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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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ROAD MEET. IM LAKE BUTLER Washes Way SKULL, FRACTURED KKADI-OKD'S .J.\II.\-1 1| CONDI0: | | \ TRUSTEES CALL FOR BIDS ON 1


I Following the ol' sututarv" Iil'h

DRAWS FROM EACH COUNTY 1 IN FALL I southern conditions part existing i>f expose the m..tlth'u J.liin. \Deputy the STARKE-ST. AUGUSTINE ROAD '1\\ !

\V. \\'. Kaisilon! who has charge

Chairman of State Itoad Department Messenger: !{<>> For \Toxin, ) Tel. Bradford's\ .. hii tilc, invited an"JlUI.tt'r Bids \\ tHe\\ OPl''y: 2,1 lhT -

Attends Enthusiastic INMAN: : TAKES OVEIt graph Seriously Hurl in to /gd over fie: building mil SlDS |\.1 KIT: 10 UMusi : rm(
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; UiUe oHpeviul note of the tonditionsthere. <> Cover C.n..lrudi..nork
Fall From \\ heel.Charles .
Rally ; Indication.* Itoad STATE STKOUT AGENCY; Pender. .eleven scur, ,,1<1 At the 1 present time- only Itciiislcr. ..It.fnr.hy: 1st To'lake Kast .County Line.Vt .

Work Will Begin two Part. ill Kleclion: ot
men are confined in the countyjail
W. I). IVuder. local'
Shortly (>. M.: Inman who lias had charge son of of the Postal( Telegraph. muniger -. I whileuwziitmg t trial and I theentire :Next" T...i eurn. their meeting. held 1 Tuesday, ,
ofice
of the Starke branch of the K.: A. .. upper floor used for confining u ft ei'noon tho board of bond trustees ,j
hurt last Kr
Delegations of road officials ami trout Farm Agency for the past wus seriously prisoners l was fount) to bi spick In order |10 parlicipalo' ill tinelect ,- for Bradford, county orderedthe :

citizens: from each of the six counties several years has accepted the day afternoon when he wits thiowfrom and span and, In absolutely sumtuij I ions' during I he next two jears.your advertising for bids for constnuting '.
his wheel und striking It '
traversed by the Luke City.StarkePalatka ftntt agency at Jacksonville, and "...llIl1tllll1.I namemunt bo registeredwith I that part of state road, I IHI
with his head. TVhoy
curl !
Short I Koute, official will take charge May 1st. Th>sSturke concrete I Both outside, the supervisor' of registration ( I l.ving in Bradford,! (county a distance
inside
his to the .static and cells
y known as State Road 28, office will continue to operate ; was on wuy I the before May. 1st. Th, books will of ::1,7 mil,',. This roud starts
vere clean
deliver and win swept I bedding. is
to u menage "
clime
were present at the meeting culled under his direction as Mr. In changed: and ,..11w.11 midnight nf April :Moth leaving StuiKc:; where roud, I'l I: intersectswith ,
found by pa".r..by11". l 1)'inlC inconscious rcgularl every "
in Lake Butler at 11 I o'clock Tuesday man is as firmly convinced as ever is. lighted and six days to qualify. Do not Tenth street and follows. Ten.
that this section i of the best mi the pavement n"lIr ventilated. Mr delay( but, call at the I supervisor'soffice
with one
morning to meet the Baisdcn who has. been for Ih I street" to the city limits at Pow
section of ...tate.I the Methodist. church. jailer at the' county couithouse, and .
agricultural the
chairman of the state road department eleven has the ofnever ell's .still continuing. cunt on thu ,
iccnrd
Wednciday
father slated! '' yems
The boy'* '
Dr. l''". A. Hathaway. This I During his stay in Bradford bad have your name placed on I thubooks. Peek road to the Cluy county line.Specification 4
that Charles WHS unable I tu hnving a report, marked .
called in order that county Mr. Inman has done( a great ; \
meeting was : for constructing t
tell just. how he was hurt, still hiing i up against' him by the slate- .prison. ------- --- -
the counties concerned could get work in advertising the county and in somewhat of a da/.ed, (eond I| inspectors and, during hincimd., ( runs<; pi'MPs' : TO <;o I this road, calls fur bills, on plan
together and formulate plans fur its agricultural possibilities, resulting teiiient concrete, iisphultic concrete
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lion and his vision impaired, by tlblow < sen ice has onlv hud! om pi'is.onei
starting construction work in the in this Becton securng! on the heiid., 'Die nccidci tu escupe. from riistoihFLORIDA The city muncil will ai its next sheet asphalt, bituminous '
near future. more advertising in a short term of 1 meeting lakeup the question of niucudiim and surfaiu, treatment, oil

The meeting. was called! to order! months than it had ever had.! fie was nut vvitnescd. h.v' alivolie an<. removing. .all gasoluucurb pumps rock base eight! inches in.. thickness.The '

by Hon E.': S. Matthews president! has been instrumental in bringing it u believed that the by off tiers investgating had t\\ TO within,I the city limits, .and to prohibit grade, outside of Ih,. city limits .'t"

who immediately introduced Dr.Hathaway. a large number of settlers to the youngster and the, erectnm ol others. While, is practically ready, for th*
trutk
I
hold of
might a
Dr. Huthaway after county and Im'atlnthem/ on passing action! has. been( considered. I lending hard-surfacing while that portion I,

the customary. complimentary remarks farms his connection with th"Strout wus riilmir free. when lie.' lost thniwiI. l coltrul HAVE MANY .to.' ,'I"III'1n1t' I lie curbs and puikvvHVof < of Tenth" street, east. of tbe .drainagitiiinul .
wheel and
of
the was
to the audience prnl'I'ede.1without : Agency proving to be benefit I pumps and olhei I' equipment" for will require widening;, and filling .
,I. T. (;irimsley, driver, of I the. truclstutod -.,
delay to get down to the ial to him and the county. I that he did not know of tllioy'H some months, nothing has been in. Provided, ] satisfactory bids F I '

case In hand., He emphasized the! I done, ill passim; ordr'unces reqmr" aie\ received" nt the May meeting, -
This Is A II llt-rniiince, senior intlv plight until I'e heard thmind
FINE ROADS .
need of a clear understanding, of HIM renioil It is understood. thai U is Delieved, that construction t
Isu
who h.Vul'k
L'nlv-rsny of Arkansas of I something ilriictrmir: "u"
the! facts stating that false. promise VALIDATIONPROCEEDINGS i ihuiH his way throuxh Hchnolwilh -the pavement. He vvas taken to. I tli. f'mil nit .inn. wll) be taken ut their. \ will begin. within sixty days.Cluv ,.
have comeback that 1I."till.rI"y. : 'lrd.! culled for bids,, onApril
always a Ihrt nM of two O\pdlllm."IIt'd l: offil'p"C II" I'ltrklVhl'r,- tlH' countv :
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is injurious to any cause. i I eli-ctrlo islnng mmhlneHHi wound vves. diexscd.. Alibiingietting Several:; I'hroiiKh Ibxitcs To ltt> --- .- :llL'nd!:!. for clearing gradiriif, \

In this. he stated that Koud, work and\ constructing. the bridges. for -
case Htnrteil bv ilolnu Ali the very well. ut piesent it wtbe Completed |Uy End: of > carJacksonville. SPRINGTERMCOURT

28 is on the! second and nut the himself, soliciting business, collectIng. sometime before the hoy will linMe -i continiiatiiin of this roud'I to tluSI

first preferential list ami that the delivering and doing the washInic to be out agum. April :S2!:!, Motoristswill Johns tnunty line. Contract .

state can nut spend money on t ARE STARTED Now his business has grown --- .- huve the choice of nearly i for hard I sui-fiieing. Ibis ,part of thi. J ,
location six h.lpe..r>. MEETS will bo awarded, .
except for engineering and i until ha emplcjs nit VAN'S: DAK; in'KitOPPOSIM: half dozen paved, through route-- mini as soon asthu

work until nuih time as thi?) : ; SEAU; :; into Central und South Florida, I grading has' progressed !tx> ..

first preferential list has reache 1 1a I the extent that surfacing/ can 1 bstarted. '
nondTtp.lIornt'v from the ; lint the first ;
Georgia by
I Board of I.AWTEV MAN 'FOl'MlJUILTY :
Ktagc of completion where crews Taking Step Toward Sale Tallahassee, A-iril: 1 1\1! -Qjulifcutions : t of. next year if nothing. interveneto MAY THIRD ,!. A f._
(; VIOLATION
can be put to work in the second Oi Bunds.Validating of :Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owe I I prevent tho deliveiv of road material i

list without materially delaying OF LAW ON LltH'Olt at the Secretary of State's nffij e according to information olitamed Mil.LAUD' .:.:.:.:. COOPKKMillml \

the completion of the first list of proceed'ng'! have beer Sentence Not Passed Awaits Applacatiim today marked the initial' stanza i In by the l-'loridu< State' Cham_ Docket F.xrecdmgly: .Light Will Allen Cooper:" I'.l yenr t'.
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roads. However he said that the (tarted in the circuit court. leading For New Trial Whirl Florida pohtics uccotding to thut her of ('Ollllll'r," '. At the t pitsentime dive Itradford c"oulllyn"lh'r old, sun nf Mr. and Mrs. C.: N. Coop, t ...
state i Is doing. things rapidly ami office that idle in. the first. womnn available Short Session i ',
to the offering for I sale of the Mill ttf Filed.lainusville only two( routes are er, living a short distance northi I
the time U fast approaching: when $450,000 bond issue voted a few ever to qualify for state or nut, one via St. Auguslin(. and llastiiigram 1 / .ist of :Slurke, died Sunday night. : ,4

f these shifts can begin to be made.! wp..ks'ago for constructing udditionltl ( I-'la., April :21).! ).- iomil office in t'l..rlll1l.1". : '.. Owe ) ( he other' tbrouuh: (!uincsvilleThe Spring teim of iinint court for in St. !Luke's hospital' following. / 1'1: \\1 I

In the mean time those counties graded and hard, surfaced C. B. Bennett of Luwtey, wo1 will run for Congress against WJ. St. ""I1I1.ti,1I' route is bemu{ Itradford! enmity will convent1. inSlaike '"peration, on Wednesday., WhiliIlii '
who recognize these facts cun proeed Scars.INFOKM. I the. fir..tI. ; ,, n!<.v' in M.iy '
while hctweerGainesvill .
roads in the county. The attorney I found guilty of having intoxicating ""I'UI1..II'II..I.i I operation was auciessful' I tluvoiing ,

with their part of the roadconstruction for the bond trustees will present !, liquors' in his possession' .. yesterd.ijby i : ,VI ION- ; .-,FOU: --C,\M: III.I >1 1D.UES ,. and Muuiiopy< the ro.natrohs wIth ihdicatMIIIH that the court' will man contracted, ,pneumoni.i: ;
and l have their own I I .still I be, In I session fur tin 1\.' two or three, ,
the cuse. before Judge Adkins a jury in the regular monthly ; Panic's Prairie 'is mi- and 1 in his weakened cimill ion was.

houses in order will naturally receive ;May; 15th and a. k that the bonus.. term of the county Judge's Court, I completed( davs. Cleik 1 of lht> Court: Alder iinalde... to combat the disease.The .

first consideration, when that he validated and confirmed.Following I I Pennett was apprehended by police Mr. Alderman, ilerk of the court. The Tainuiiiii Trail from High: "in.iii.' in turning, in his list for hody was brought to. the !
time comes he declared., the week foot of ninth' An. her and grand" und, petit'. jurors stated! thai .
these proceedings last i-t thu! has. furnished the following' inl'or. Sp.-ings via New berry, honif of his parents Mniuluy/ morninir -
Dr. Huthuway I stated that he did bonds will be offered for sale tot street hiding ill the bushes l whiK! mulum for candidates, relative to< Dumicllon to Drooksvillc is scheduled the doikct curried.. the usual I small and 1 following the funeral' ser.vii .

not wait for this meeting. to e bond buyers of the country. his cur which contained 35;; gallons! the filing of statement und pu>uu for completion( lute in the year number of Minor cases. requiring' "es held lit the Baptist church I' .

gin work on \locating the -be-I Bradford,' county's first i issue of iif liquor was standing by the raad-! I Iie the fees required., Kuch eiindnlat1, This roud will, (provide, a I short but a short t tune" for Iheir 'disposal.No '' Tuesday, iiftet'noun, was laid to rent

way but that crews of state bonds for road construction soM\ 1 s A five gallon jug of whiskeyWIH is also required 1 to. f.le a SVMHstatement -. route from Luke City to Tampa( important... criminal "cases anon .in. Kingsley i I Inke cemetery. Itev.Thus .

were now engaged, in Putnam county readily at n premium ur.d, no deluv I also* found in the bushes near I I of his campaign exIIIMIKOB und beyond.Construction, 1 the calendar.Tu llansen, of tbe Baptist

doing location work and they: I will be encountered in the disposal. Bennett's hiding place.Sentence with the ,clerk the stale. now bus begun on > following thirty-six men have ( ilmnh Rev. H. M. Rooks of the
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would proceed with their work as i of its second issue. was not passed 1 upon nu-nts to he made at certain 'per a roud fr..m"Ido. to the :Marion been' I suimnotieil, by Sheriff Kpper.son : Methodist; (church hud charge of
rapidly as possible until they -- 1 to report., for jury duty ut 111 church amie.ruve
of the services at th
Hennett as lluyn'.ond O'Steen iotls qualify as u candidate an.1< county line which will provide another
terminus at Lake City. I MKS. FKKU; DAMON to u'dm'kIIIIIIIIIY.: May Mrd-, :
reached the !
each Jacksonville, liis attorney de'arrd : I have his name placed/ on the ballot. route between. Jacksonville I M Kick- Members of the local com
TELEGRAPH Jas.
of
WHITES HuUhinson
the necessity A. A. ,
He stressed! his intention of filing! a motion HtO.: ; Time for filing, statement and Ocala via Citrn eliminating Johnson pany.: National, (iuunl, served at
the I I II. N.
the deeds to Thomas. J. Moore
county securing final The Telegraph has received a letter Tor a new trial vithin the four und paying. fee by candidate for (;umesville, and sh.irti-nling! thudistante liter J. N. Byrd, active pallbearers. Honorary; O. A,
the (J. W. Bennett
right-of-way 88 soon as Fred Damon who Jays alloted for that purpose. olfice. Kadi candidate fur by several mile*. Futch H. C. Wall W. M. Wain-
I from Mrs. < I county ,K.; .Forsyth, A.
made W
road is as :Marion Johns
of the ,
location wit.. : b.ing .- C N. Christy; A. J. Thomas I
wriicht,
for with her huaoand returned the first At the trial yesteiday one nomination. for .an office to be voted Farther east rapid piogre is II. !Lewis, L. (i. ,
of the main causes I., (,ireen. Harry '
this is one Col- testified th.-t Pennett! was theilriver within made Koud! No :M F. F. Stump. A profusion of .
in starting work. It was I of the monQj to their home in ness for wholly a I single, county on I..IW'I Johns W. S. Johns. II. L. iutlin; in Jackson. '
delay the of the car in which theivhit.key (:ireen Cove and I'alutka flowers from! friends
after spending shall filu his sworn statement Springs \
rain Mass. J. C.
time the.detail i > Johnson W. II. (Creeii,
the C. J. '
that by
his opinion had was found but Kernelt and for committee assessment while muterinl for paving': this I ville and. :Sturke. covered! the /grave.
in locating. winter here where they apartments receipt ( Alvarez J. II. Brown Ix-onard, M.Murihee ",
work necessary at the homo of :Mrs. Anna nut up a pl.'n that a friend of his if any has been levied!, with hiirhway between, Knot Pulutka andDu.in's John "1'orsyth. Oliver Among those attending tho funerul \
constructing
the road grading. and und, that heirus assembleil.No I from out of town were: Mrs, ..
the crpek is hcinir
the :\1 urrhee. Following is. n briefsketch v; : driving. (car und pay; his filing fee us heroin reiiiired Holder F. S Fowler' ,
N. ,
unil putting lirnwn: C.
bridges Klizaluthtllti. : ,
the I of the letter: ireryly ucconi.cnying| Kim.iK.l .| to I the del k of the circuittourt :'I nlreml.%' bus been" complete.Ifrom It. L. Lee., L, T.Osteen J. W. Willis und Miss
already constructed .II., K.: Fo-tiicr
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counties
In Weaver
Mrs ,

Willislon,
grade of ;
"Through the Telegraph I wish' --- of suiil toiinty, who shall renive Dunn's creek tu De )Leon :Moore, \\ '
in shape! for the hurd-surfuc. EXEKCISES: : \\ Tjler, Llo.vd und :Mrs. It. K.; KoiindIns' f
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state would to tell the people of Sturke how <;\ >( .\TISl tho s.iine in his t-apacit, >' aiilcik :Springs anil, thibed bus been completed Adkins, J.. II. Johns, .L. Uliainey Oiiilu; Mr.
ing was completed the I the Hoard! Commissioner .. betwi'i l I"< IH-OII. :Spring' Perry Miss Cut! is Uountree. ; T. D.Cuvylins. r
much we have appreciated 1 of the of (Count.v 'II] D, W .
Thede
High It ,
the funds Bradford, l County l Rudolph. ,
be ready! to take over The for : J. C. :Mulphur.*. U. L. 1 C:
surfurinir
and rrndy
les and Del.and is -
shown usclurin'r of said! county, nut
I Ihiphway. kindness and courtesy K. II.Andreu .
complete the close with commencement Manning, A rill' J. Harris.
from each county und :school will is hard Thomas, J. M. Parker. ef Waldo.Mill.ird .
thu Theui already a
our sojourn there."We than twenty days previous to lrII'l'IH.! Harold (Ii i I
,, exerc.ses beginning :Sunday I I I K. A born. ill
: .. between, Jackoonville : Allen Cooper wus
: pleasant of the election.Hfi surfaced highwav
have met day primary
many
Senator Phillip*, of I.nlCIty., : in the :Methodist. Baptist. ,'v"nin.r.. and, elm-ing' Tuesday. eve I. Sworn Statements'" of cam.piugn I nnd (;irwn Cove :Springs; Pearce. \Djlilin, Cu.. Dvcemler7:! \\Wi\ ''>>, '.I
people! in
spoke at length on the importanceut ( ning.!. All\ exernses will bp held 'h amiI'vcry .. with lompli-tion of the newstntiht's J'CMF.S -I vrir.Nlimis : : I .'I'd.. t'liivi d here with his parent,*
the : und Presbvterian. chorines, nnd in .sihoolitiilding exp.'nl<(''' -- Thllt eai and I :: ; f I n I \ n
of the high .
this R'I'tl"n..f 11\1'! auditorium I llo rcieived I his.
road 2H to : und shoitrroute fifteen years ago.
iliri-ct
;about town. \\ e enjoyed candidate for nomination mn n nixre
showed where it .shortened : the stores and will begin at H:00: p. : '\7. died Bradford High b '
state and nuiih and elation be und he is I will h"- provided lietwi-i-n. 1 Ilila) liutti-n, age 1 education in the '

the present route from Augusta the Chautauqua shows very its spirit of n., Sunday night The commfncenent hereby primary required to file in the office (. .1 ksunville. ,. and I DC-Iund.) ut his, home. nt Plant .City List WedncHihiV Si'hind. and made Ins lioino here until .
feel that town "
to Miami by 7!"> miles, giving progressivenesithat a endeavors, to sermon will be preucheil by ( of the clerk of the utiuit court State Koud. S... 2:!)* is cxpi-cted tob \ ... after "i short illness, und'' some two yeurs ago' when *i iwent .. t
direct route available. I'r.| Tuiker of the Presbyterian Starke. Thursdayafternoon Jacksonville and was employed
the most to
such educational institution of the county in which he result'sif ". under constrili lion' in I hi" near wus brought to
to the amount of have hurch. Dr. Tuc'ker will be assistedn i at Ther- d retireCongiirce.
interment -ri.'enl
His statmcnt as '" ,directly from for on the gove
in midst.: ho is u candidate for State Senator future, a hignwaj>
its
traffic this road would handle when ct me the .sermon by the other miniters Representative in. the ""Jd.la. Lake City tu Hunnell. via I'alutka, I /Millurd wus u willing 1. '.

completed is borne out by thr heavy BEUKIES CARKY WELL; > of the town On :Mondjy. : Li're: or for any county office or : and Sturke! whiih will inlerwrt Ctsll.He was born" in Hrui'ford county I and ,conscientious. worker und hud

traffic by way of Valdostu. to ('veiling. the exercises will consist position, or in the office of th.' with every thron"h route int nenr ThercHSU, October 11th IXH't the respect I of nil who knew him. '.

Lake City. He asked the representatives Silas Kite who inspects fertilizers ,,f a play' "The :Mummy and the 'Secretary of Stiite if l.e is a canlidute South Florida. and, hud been, a member of thoTheressa Of 'near rflutives he leuves be

of the different counties us well as oils showed a :\Mumps. ," given by the senior class for u national or State office Baptist, church for twenty sides' his parents, five brothers,

present to speed the work us rapidly luialict!; of .strawberries Thursday : and other high school students. In or position, detailed itemizeditHtemcnts also set forth that the sumo Is as >"lIr.., Hi* WIIH an employee tilthi1 Ml'.I.
as possible and to assist the morning that had been to New .,rder to defray expenses, charges, ,'" of hm campaign' exiitnxes full and explicit: us said candidate, .. Harper Lumber Co,, of that und (imtlon Cooper; one I
fctate engineers in locating the most York and buck and were still in excellent for admission will have to be nu4'1 follows, tnwit.; I is able to make: und.. he shall also, city.Interment. Mrs. liirdie, :Mae :M\ rgun of Val
the account ofsome he 2V for pupil as I
On will
suitable route and turning condition. The prices Not more than thirty days nor before some officer qualified! toadminister wus in Theressa cemetery ni o. .
deeds! thereto over to the state. error in billing the pony exfrigerator lOc for all others, and 60c for reicrved : ..nthl<. tnkp subscribe with Itev. Thomas llansen, -- -.- --- '
less than twenty-five days prmr
Senator Knight of Stark and I, was unclaimed and was. seats. will he.ield tll I the primary. uNo not more than to and filu with said statement th,' of ;';tllrk('. officiating.Those CAUI> OF TinNKS: +
Byrd!, of Bunnell : returned to the shipper without ic.i.g. The graduating exercises I oath who survive him arc :i
Representative following. : I.IIn I.
friend
'iwelve lens than eight days thank the !
adIres nor Wish to many
'
The -
I IToad. in the
the importance of this The berries had been \ Tuesday evening. solemnly! swear that thestatement snmll children a father
poke on "I do wife, four shown,
Dr.A" irior to the primary and within !ten i und all for the kindness ,
by
Chairman Matthews called i i hox ten days at least half of the this year will be given : herewith filed embrace* J. W. Hiitlen. of Theressa threusisters At.HO :
lu after the day, of the piimary sad bereavement.
( I
during
our
Kilucaion : >
Mr Kite of < us
for the asemblage to give: the senators ,I time without ice, and of the I A. Litter professor of Florid. IP shall MO file statements giving all money nprnt by"' or in my behulf Mesdnmes, L. V. MIMr".1 for the beautiful floral. offer .Id,,1
who woik :: stated the good condition at the University knowletlge and consent
B. II.
and representatives with mv of :Sturke,
detail form including
itemized .
in (i iI iIrs.
I" to
to state berries proved that the state inspection I A cordial invitation is givfn other J. H. Neal of ings.
put person ,
ed in the legislature attend lames!!, items and! ,detail amountsrnvering through or by any St, Saint Augustine\ !\ Jumen O. ButtenJ. '
,
preferential of fertilizers. was proving ill patrons anil frierds to ,diri-itly or II. of Theressu I
secondary neither P. Neal
rood 28 on the I all of the expendituresnade : ; that I huvu. St. Augustine, I W. Batten. I IHI
of thanks. I thing. Without the proper ach of these. exercises. eniouruiced. or J. II.
list a rising vote a good! I directly or indirectly by him indirectly arranged 1. and t three brothers, I -

The open meeting was adjourned, fertilizers he arirucs that th! $5- ..I' ,by any other person acting for connived! lit the spending, of any Batten of fireen; Cove Springs, ,, ('.\ \ OF TII.\-'KS': t t'I

at 12:30: and the road officials I [fruit does not carry. veil. 1 Lakelond worth- Approximately of business buildngs urn, and all obligations! ,debts I orlabilities I money other than as ghown in my K. L. Butten. ">f Theressu. and J.W. ,' We desire to express oUt'sinen.." .
executive session UOK)0) ,( ) that I have not of Heights. I II 'I l frionds, who present went into l'ensacola-DynulnitinlC of d.p-; and mui4cipal. construction I assumed. or incurred onic said statement; Batten, Keystone thanks to the kind i iII
state road chairman. mones, "o spent or I The bereaved ones huve many of their, assistance
with the vats in this county continues I work under < unt of his cundicay up to thru- re-paid any readily! gave
difficulties standing in ping way. have been 10 spent and the county who : in our sorrow aii'I'
The minor and to Cate no less tl.an seven have Jays, prior to the day on which claimed to I friends throughout nil sympathy' r-

the way of speedy starting of construction been complete!.; wrecked by use ot men statement ar" presented toIB I that I will not di> so, and that II t I sympathize! with them in their ,I fur the bcuuUful floral offerings' ',,,

of the highway were taken explosives! by unknown: persons. Ai. Starke Chamber of Com filed as. herein" required. These I have not violated any of thlt pro. sadness.Tallahassee, sent as IA t'iken. of \love! and esteem \

with Dr. Hathaway and a : of the law governing primary : lit our ion, ami brother. i
visions
up the vats cost approximately 12-VJ merce meets every Thurs -tattments shall include the names I \ Governor;; :Martin

satisfactory! plan of procedure was I each the loss is not an insIgnifUL.int day night at the City "f nil contributors to his campaign I tl; <;ition, ) and connection the expenditure with a I has been! elected-a member ut larj-j : -('..-S.-Cooper. und Family.Sarusota j

agreed on. one and, the destruction has flaIL Every citizen of 'und with amount given by each, <-f funds in nomination in 3 I of the National Council: of the Boy, -Plans announced for' ,.\"(
Telephone I much ainarratigement in the town is expected to be .iDti a list of alt gifts, loans or con.rihution.s candidacy\ for a I ,
Bell worked known
Lake Worth-Southern I I I in letter. ur in sprit, so Scouts of A merlcu it became $.iO,000.000) worth of new buildingconstruction.
construct dipping schelule that had been present. 8 o'clock. made on account of his primary I .
company plans to the at tho staU! house! today.
$90,000( central office building here. planned in this corr.ty. j andidacy, Su, h statement* shall! help me God. ._ -.

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,II ] t... '.1.I I 11 I III" ,', J II ',III r,1 II .: .n': oJ I r' r \\ in.if, c )Ii 'L..r' i,ir two interesting( 'rm.-, who bad been to the house
{. llodyee.\ ha..rnan nf th board many
<,n.. .Ib;", r'. ..nLI)'. ",ir'' H. ". 'r. '.vh. n > he, la-t ..f to a large/ ibn-.Teifation. !
I. of < ',ants i ' t from Talli,hai"-ee where hwas <' .\ fIH', ,"IlIiI1L".IIJO."I l ') ) hang thi "pai't'nt"" : 'Ad-" "implttcd.. Mr.. L. Morgan and children, of P One TV/IO FBy oe I Nan waited till he had gone, then I
The .. whith the
for hlOrd.Murfrll..rl- and n..wtru.tur. i-
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spent
/ in c'jnfreric- with tho officialstf !Starke. spentunday!. here the rg she went Into the room from which I,
I the Club within
second erected by !
L trc-etd, in PHMCO' county. I
State K i three years, i i" of modified Spanish
that State Road Thirteen Winter 1'ark-fjoldenrod Corporation Smith. RUBY ctirRE1
{ architecture' as are mont of the NLA ferv.ee Mr. Marraby eat at his writing t
},ian been cjexiirnated and will t b" opining, new aurburban subdiMxion :Miss Ethel Yarnes is
I other building in the city. The spending table; his face was shaded by hi*

',ult, directly, beside the Seahoard near Aloma. I| building Is intended to he the centerof this, week in Stark guest of her BEGIN: HERE TODM I rooted conviction In her heart that hand but he looked up &s his daughter -

Air Line Railway through Levy Wlnt..r'nrkSt.ndar'l/ Asphalt I most of the activities of the cousin Miss 1\1)'ra Varnes. PETER LYSTER. World War this was to be !her fat*-that she had entered
County, paMKinff through town .f Company, of Cincinnati!, Ohio, will hero .has lost his from back to take the li' ,
community. I .I-s C. B. Brown and little sons, memory just com up "What U It, Nan?" he asked tes ,
Meredith, Urormon., Lennon" Otter lonntruct' large road building material I and :Mr... C. A. Johns the hock. when a hell buret In the I threads .where she had mapped them
pent British front lines. killing a score of tlly. There was always shad of :
An auditorium 30 by 50 feet has
Creek. Ellzy Wylly. Rosewood, plant near city.OrlanoloOranv" week-end at :New. River truest of mon. H. has forgotten that just be. three > UB,.. ago to go to London and
Kumner and on to Cedar Key will been provided, which Is large fore 'leaving London he became .ngaged I Mix, Lystcr. Irritation In his vole when h* spoke
county Xis: Belle Johns.
\ enough/ to neat everyone now !livingin to marry I There was a sound of stifled whispers to his daughter. t
I There has hern much clmcuHHion BM vote on $7, Miss 1 Mamie JI..IlI"Ct Monday fu.' on the landing outside her door
to the locution on thin road, norm miles the city. This room wil be used broken because her attempts to re' I Nan went straight to her question:
finance construction of 340 Palatka and will spend the week klndl his love havci failed: Nan whispers! and a subdued giggle ..
for the 1- d .
nemi-monthly supper nerved "Who was that man who Y' 15
saying that it should (leave the railroad
roads forced from horn* by t cruel l stepmother j Nan turned-the half closed door
at Otter Crwk and crops the county I by the Club during the winter there the !guest of hei sister, Mrs.T. has been living In a Small I was moving gently-presently a Just now father?"
S.brillle-HllChlandll county commiHHioners spaK"n. It will be used for entertainments i C. Thomas. London with. Mr. Marraby frowned "He a .
ENDICOTT thrust round, followed
Cedar Key-( hiefland road) near the i JOAN whose husband I tousied head was
old! State Stand) vote to .appropriate JG- of all kinds and as. a ral. :Mr. and Mrs. :M. Varies had as I. coming horn on leave Word of by another and then another. business acquaintance Mr. Seftonhe
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000! a year, for promoting( agricultural lying place for meetings/ of civicImortance their guests Sunday, AIr and :Mrs her stepmother's death elJoan I Three boys of ages ranging from live. over at Little Oad den. lr.i
Mr.! HodwK further stated) that an excuse for going home and leav. He looked up at her. "Are there anymore
development in county. six stood outside eyeing her
It'll Croxby! and :Mr. and Mrs. Art ha Ing the I to ten '
happy couple alone. On the would wish
State Road) :-.iumb.r.irn..t.'n: will questions yet to
th.al..rwill with bashful Interest.
Clearwater $200,000 train she meetsItARLEY
fTTr 1 I Crosby, Mr. and Mrs! A. V. VarnesI I ask
An attractive tale provides "
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be built immediately and that oararction be constructed, opposite Curnegie SEFTOV. who claims to "We heard you'd come said theblrrg..t
'if it in. being advertised tocontractori the dramatic production! of the club. I I! a. d children: all of Starke. and Mr b. a frlen of Peter's She tells of the three "No."
I library.Lade Heretofore the club haM presentedits ,: acs's! :Mrs. Elder King and son, EdKa him that her engagement to Peter I Heard you'd com." echoed the Nan turned again to the door but
has been
flaw Thill 1 nection being r'itye'mtrl'.t let for erection broken This seems to her father called\ to her. "Nan- I
plays. in the community church. i of Hampton pleiso Sefton. Sefton tells Nan of second biggest with a nod.
from Huwanrne River to Uron- i '
of .school building I I the of with regard to your staying her.
!grammar case a
young man who mar.sled I "Heard you'd come, the email boy
Beneath the stage ii basement I hnends of Mrs M. H. will
a i King
non through Harcli-etown and Chiefland Winter Haven-:National. Hank( I just before leaving for the repeated monotonously. lie looked at her with an anxious t
( kitchen in which all of the suppers I b. "'!based to known that she is front and upon returning home line between his worried eyes.
of Winter Haven to erect, $2,0001) ) used "loss of "Yes, I've come, she said. "And
and banquets of the club will be'j' valescing, at her home after u'' for not going/ memory"home. He s an indicates excuse "1 don't know If you have mad
Levy County the must ideally located building, on Central Avenue. j I "
I that for the future
another plans
prepared few days) : illness woman was the cause any
) county in the state, will noon I'ulk City-$10,000\ school bond j I of It all Sefton also tills Nan that "No-none," said Nan readily
have! plentyof good paved! roads, 'issue proposed.lralaNew. i The building will he enlarged :a* :Mi: ... P. :M.\ Barefoot and daugh! he, Is going \o.rh summer home, j "1 thougbt"-he hesitated"!

which will: IIP in keeping with the ( :; Streets signs.. installed i I the needs of the club increase, for t,.. Mm Inez Abernathy, of Starke l I.situated*. that near Sefton own will and llvt she not real-far I thought. he said again "there was

progress she IH making in other 1 .) throughout city. i iTitusvillf which provision was. made in the ',, VI ..IP.IIr.. and :'olrK.V.. 11. Smith! from the home ofWhere'he a question of your getting married

ImeH. $130.000: telephone plan The inner and outer wall : h' ''' :Sunday: afternoon. lat.r has told Nan he will Some months ago you wrote, me that \

-'- -.-- "plant completed here, by Southern are of buff stucco Green tri'n- :Mi1\ and Mr. Arthur Brown and take Peter. Sefton has taken Nan I, you ,were, engaged Mr. Lyster I
Co the door of her home. and she b.lI"v"> the name 817"
mine was use! outsid,. and brown I I cl 'i'. ", f Mamtpon, visited relati Is I
Hell Telephone/ Company nterlng the !land of her chilohood :o.an. face quivered.
_. I Inside! for the first time In
.i I i idajflovd ; many years I rI' Oh. trials all finished .with father' 1
FLORIDA ('LI'U in'n.DIM; AT I a j ( mnuv and Jack'ard, oi: :NOW. GO OX WITH THE STORY I I "' she said with forced: cheerful- \
KEYSTONE: : (OMPLKIKU' : : SAMPSON CITY '
hens 'I m not engaged to i
I anyone
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i fi'IT- visited here :Sunday: TyjAN I walked straight Into the hall \ III IIII
i I now and end I am quite wining t
Keystone Heights April 21.-- SumpHon City April 21. -Rev. C. and :Mrs. Raymond Brown i 1 Everything was silent.Out I I r to stay here for a time and look 'I

The new building of the Woman's A. Crosby of Starke, filled hill attended church here Sunday and side in the garden a blackbird I after the hue If you wish me to." ,

Industrial Review (iub of Keyntone heights v.ai regular appointment here !Satur. ': were quests of his [lurlnts.Ir.:\ and darted suddenly down from a tree I I II 'i He looked relieved though he t
and flashed
completed b. the. > 'intruders and day night and Sunday Morning, des ,, :Mrs. Henry Brown. black .shadow across piping the lawn shrilly like It a made. no attempt to thank her. :t:1
'It has worried me. wi : ',m j
KlHsimmec -New:. ice plant announced I sounded a great sound In the silence, what would become of th ,." he

for thin place Nan went Into her fathers study. 1': n. said. "Rut If you wll "lay, e. course
ABOUT; THIS TIME EVERY: YEAR
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There wa nobody In the room j that settles It .
Lake WorthSouthern Hull Telephone I
A letter lay on the blotting pad as lie went back to his wruinsnd,
company plans to construe If It had just been written and left <: Nan felt that .he wns dismlsseu
''I"UIIO central office building here. there It was addressed to 'Harley: ': "Nobodv seems to think of me or I

Dixie Highway through Martin Sefton. Esq Th Red House Little what I want to do' she thought re I\
Oadsden I "belllouKlv ""'h,. chouldn t I have
iunty will I lie widened ut cost of
Harley Sefton'! The name caught sume happiness of mv own?" Bui
iO,000.< Nan's eyes She had noticed the I I the next moment she was laughing!

Lakeloiid Approximately $5,- same name pointed In small .letters at herself What hnrP'nKas: roulc
(10111w"rth( (/ / ef huHineHH buildings 7w5 SOFTY on the side of Sefton's Suitcase a* I Ir' Ih re'r be for her without I

/ and municipal construction they drove through the village to. II Peter
I gether I She I walked on out Into the Country ,
work under, I
way She took the letter up and looked I It i ia lane
:.ruII..tal'lanK; announced for It curiously Instinctively the had I' ': "noon e\enlngr"! said a cherry

$fOI/IIIJII, )(/ ) worth of new. building d dI not liked Seftoneven: all those. r' voice and wnl-inor from her re\erl

,'onntru< tion.Between I month. ago when she and Peter had with a start Nan found herself. lookIng
met him In London she had not been Into John Arnott s kind face..
$7fiOOllO,000) and $1.MIO,0HM0 .- prepossessed In his. favor vI -- She gave a little cry of delight She
( ) ) )( | ( |( will I be invented in construction Peter had laughed at her when she Fi.i let him lake both her hanJs.

work in Florida, during I told him. I "I thought I was never going u
1i21.! / "eeoa.." he said brenthles iy
She dropped the letter again to the "
1 1 J blotter (i \\"ho was that man who i j "We came the night before laft-J

firouncl broken, for I "1'm full of suspicions. she I went out just now, father?" l per < u a ded Lvster-London wa,
I'r''I'O''n1"(111). :! "' hotel project moo t SNU KS IwIs14I thought vexedly. "Whatever has I Knocking him ('it'

Hartow I'lanx approved! for new O OHP A IWISH HAD 4..bBN HE CITE- come over me?"... .__. Im going to stay If you want me I 'Ho Is" here. tt.en-.Ih. you?"
$HO.OOO/ / / city hall. to." j "Yes. lie looked ""RV from thegktunrss
I WAS FARMf.R e ME
A / t She had turned to leAve the room in her lie
Palatka-Approximately 11' I l-i; k\ OTINTHE INNICECL when she heard her father's voice, In The hilt hny nodded the second bands eyes. let hei
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mil lie paved street being lidded, to wottlc5 60W I' OFFICE SEVEN HOORS the hall she went out quickly-there one looked at the big one and ncMlduil.too .. I "My stepmother died suddenly: ,.

ity'n system of paved thoroughfares t FRESH AIR ;44E B1RRS A DAY HA5107 ALL was a moment of silence when they -and the little ono looked ut bulb I I know." Nan: explained "I had you to

I' I FLOWEGS AW GenTeBeeezes OVER PLOWJN'SIxEEN came face to face. his brothers and nodded also. come down at on..eIhe .same day

Sarusota T"nn"KK" cnncreteTiipe 5P II O ,. Mr. Marrabytwas a tall thin man. So( San came back home "I don't ] that I saw. you In Regent Mreeti ."
nuinufuc. YEA BO a r with shoulders that drooped as If see how I can ever leave teem. i I She looked up at him with. wry
ttirinir company erecting S I al" ln." So she wrote to Joan EnJI- llttle-siiili, .
No HUITOHEY \ -- the had a heavy burden to carry I *
liriiruh l plant in this city., I Nan was not In the !least. like hlm- cott the following day. "Father i They were in the luad gnat .-u ...
A lu.pkll'W:; ccdored" Hiibdivi- nobody would ever have thought! .seem so utterly helpless) and leaven the village and Nun: stood ..::11. "I

Mon to be opened' one.hnlf. mib1 n they were any relation. I everything to me, and the bnys. i must go back she. until, '. 1'a the

from itv ImnlH, on rbtrconii roalWest : "Well. my dear" he said. I now I seem to be getting to know bos tea t.niv.uuu tie ..."../"d if
I'lorid.i. Power Cumpiinv' I Nan .said "Well, fnther' Shewn I them better-arc really (1,>nra." ,, vou knewthe amount of )bread and
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will )build $1.11".0111hy"r.I"1' / ri.. afraid to say she was sorry for her On the fourth day after Mrs >Tir jam they r.n consume hi flue moal.\ "
II stepmother. death because she feit I rot>y hod been laid to rent, Joan ': lie laughed "I lute bread. and
Power pliint Icklicknee. Kiver.Lnkeliuid 4:
fin IEi1ly that she would not be believed; she wrote lam." he said, menda'-la'iiiiv "Ask
K (ciiil'iiuU ntrnwbc'r- I went up to him and laid her handsOn I "Mr. Arnott came this. morning. 1111' to lea too :Miss :Mnint'
rieshipped!' out, 'during! revert, 7- his shoulders. kissing him gently He teemed very disappointed to hear I\ Hut Nan shook her li,,n>1 "Not

lnv period, ., "l y come u. soon 04 1 ould," she you had I left London lie mid that today. -pci,'haps nome otli(i ....) If
N said -- you promised to tell him when you I I >'ou re very .good
J'ulatlittUvtwitn
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I I" and new |
Yea, yes ." She had the were going. Why dliln >'ou. Nan J lie looked dlnnnpolmed "And
homes under ,'..nKI rll< I tionLeeburg .- curious Impression that he was hnr'\1 He Seemed so very nice Anyway h* theie nothmg 1 inn. uo for )ou?"

Stet? beinif' taken toward \\ ly listening to what she was .. said 1 he should probably see you soon he asked
erection, of new tens plant. / ,I I .h* stood for a moment looking at a8 he was going down to stay with '' Nnn li'iphed, I wonder whr>eo-

He'Land l- $100,000/ will l be spent'' ;.- blm helplessly.. -- .- i his. .sister and I think he nM thnt plo always thin! I aunt ttnr. don
"Shall) I to room?" she his sinter lived somvwheie near fur tile' line .xuldI
go up my I your
for ('finstnicling ,docks, ( lain) and 0 I He considered l \ her gr askod "And where are the boys? home. I
boathotiseic' along. ;: shorei of. Luke" ___ :. "The boys?" Mr. Marraby passed None heart leapt There wis: no ,'ou'm not no sure And who

lic'reiifoiil.Wauihula, \ hand across his eyes as If to try mention of I'e'er She wondered If ;else has "",.wnntina tp da things
CormlriKlion of $12- "El and collect his thought.. "I really Arnott bad said anything about j I for you?" he demanded with, a touch

000 bathing pool. and) auditorium, t<> A : (don't know," he mid apologetically Peter. Joan might! have told her If I of Jealousy"By .
the ,' she said, casuall '.
way
"Perhaps one of the maids ho had )
}begin shortly.Howry : "
Vr r KW. 1 H* looked so helpless that Nan' She put Joan's letter away and I do you happen to know a moil
(>(0, (building _
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city heart melted. "I'll find them." she went downs'dirs As she crossed the named llnrlev Sefton
program, rapidly, taking nhapo I' .-- Mid.. She took her suitcase and went hall the rtior of her father's study 'lluilev Scfton'' Arnott echoed

Avon I'lirk Approximutily( $'.'2,- .. ... BY KEONEIt.:. '' up to the room that had always been openoa and Mir'.t-y -fton walked the lame' di.. rfii"ttdly ",. hai in \' ,j
OliO) worth of budding permits \*. AMI TYKE ban. It looked bare and unfriendly. know about him' ho asked. '.vth! a
off her hat and coat She out.Nan stood still the stairs tote of suspicion In. hisolct.
sued. during first half nf :Manh. I SB* took 4Uite on
KroHtprnof110, lotH in t'olonnilllciirhtx [NAZ'ti [aE 01.0 StvtE 0[ RULNLNC ? Went to the window and opened It i Scfton: JIJ not see hoi lie wln'fltalllh' "I don't know an>thing-th.fe
( .hll) front cloni. oixnttlIt 'why I asked y"u So you do lu."w
to
LET '
[lit FLV POhILAtON oeGYa .U'b
Mulidivision sold, dining
ASCIENTIH.WA' lIwttN ; i ). "I can't live her* for the rest of *"(" l lef xtmsetf out; he hud thMr J l..ni, then'
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recent we<'kSt ov AND \ -
1''II'fIl"urlC'o.llIr'h: building ; LESS "ON RON OWT I .

prriintM reached,) total) nf. II.HIU-\:\ a DtxLaaswoRZN OI fLV PAPER11S! Ali, "

renHiicoln Ha 'ilad :Nursery-'; & AWtOSf POP. \ GaPTtAtE e J \\a Siamese Pair '
I Close Harmony' by
Orchard (''''''I'"IIY shipped 111'1,1 She Wins

potntni'H to Tumpa. MORE fuseAguINIIATg'' 'F ',

Dude CityNew plant for manufacture \ t; I

and repiur' of furniture, tn. ,..t.V I *St .e

open St. here.Allglaxtltle-St. .1 IIIC"KtIlWYa'ht f I I- I I s-i w r.

Club tu erect new ti hibhou-e, .:. .'

<.m I Davis! Shores I y"ri

KiiHtix: Surveyors lajinir out I +vrv i,

route for State highway No :'J!, Sr l nl1v

through this. place and :Mmmt ""III. t

Tnll..hu.MI'" lurida's I trcnxiirv" :
had balance of $loiH"Jl.( :/ ( on pe1 gam I ,: I '

ruary 27. 1.\\

T'cnmicolulimic" land sort' l+
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for erection 1 IIr
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modern, plant. I Toss ... l I

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jiropriiited. for fire control umU 1 e / ,. ;.. rjJ yrws
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in Kvertrlnden: l during l'.lilVcro I ..,.. .
Hiou'Construction. o.,; ;' ,Q./.ti \ _. :'

Indian; River aril Otceobi) i lotintvnc rnr, 1

.,n of. fern Ilrnrh-Tantpa, crcoFtai' "' y 2.." >..::.1 aa

I highway, planned. "" \ {\ Comstotk. 2s i iKund.iv < Jt
1 MiOiiiherlno
M.iiint, )I..rn-- I'rcliminary plan '- I'

I for oed,!, for erection! of new hotel.Euxt7shhlalis -' -. .... -.._-....... :---- "; Cullf.school recently teacher won"f a LnmIV.ich. firmlirie ,
< ; Mary and Margaret o'ibb. IT. euiold (twin. ...
Laundry > ".f H. i It"k.. :II' h'ye
: Steam : ( OTm Idea
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xVa- """,lt =:. Y. :-; -, '. of |l" .n forlunlttetl th" thus. some very close harmony when they art! tnvether 'I'hn wtogether <, .I. .. ,.4
to "" '1I"V new modern plant, on I j 't:: -/ ./1} ''"'/ q :=" j pli-ture + In a contest. and now form on. of the nttiio.Ui' ''I. nt r..ee. L'' .,. I
:M ll.inalcl( Avenue I : 'I .,,,., 'f :':::; I C..m"'k "iigK...t,, Sid
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PARE THRE1
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKF. FLORIDA
FRIDAY APRIL 21. 192(5.(> BRADFORD

Prompt .Vet ion
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--I THE CHEAT \VFUICNIIOME'JO Truck A tourist w i i had, stopped at am .
Drives
II nmtan>pir' ,iiilnii noticed four I, ;I

Newt ufF ,.ri-!a in SHort t-urngrapft i".in;. ; ,n iho ,dimi nf the cabin '
'I I ,u i',' 'I 1" in.i I dn not like \

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I II 1 n COLLAR BUTTOM '. *JOW IP yl'' \ "Unmoor'.', "\\ .d. vou see I hrtit" '..
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AS | AU To ) I ",IIMI 'Uln' xMiuldn't, one gooilin

THIS WCULDVCA HAPPENED> / H ,\Ii. id i for all the cats'1" '\. .\ I II

I M. iilumir" "\\ wn I say scat. I ,:i:, .
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I ,
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has been elected a member at large< to tuku stock, of their rcmpts GJ.O.'C'SI I "
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of the National Cuvncil of the Bo>' and not mcorie for the ,'oaon 1 i"

Stouts of America it became known of 1'JJo-Ua: nhd find that although ,: I.

at the state house today.Uaile i the volume of fruit 1 is> about Tasteless .

one.thh'.II"8s their nc't Income will

City-Plans for a dormitory equal, and in some casci exieel I Chili Tonic I !1 '

building for !St. Loo ,lumlcniv., ', that of last season. ''I

the school for boys: maintained by F(*rPale.DelicateWomen ,I :
the Benediitine Fathers at St. Le'o St Auffustiiie-The-! Florida Stat"

five miles west uf here, hu\e been School for the Deaf and, the Blind, and Children. sue ,... ,

placed in the hands. of contractors will hold. Its cloLing; exercises on 'If I
the ,liafdipartnunt '
for bids. Ma[ >'o. Two student- lit ) .1.

( Marjorie Giitle, of Ar- UKNKW0: \.K HK \LTllHY I a ,

Sarusota-Purchase of one of the iiidiu. and Ulad/K; loinsiKastninn. : PURIFICTIOS I I

choicest business lots in Unglewoodbv CarryMlle, will Brnduate I'r' A. 11

Daniel Cracowanor, u retired \\ulker the president will, usi ;<11

Tampa merchant, for $J"iUHO()() The- ustuiimry ac'dress the class. .Any. phvsician! will tell you that"I'.r.t .
Purification of the Sys.ti
formerly owned by Miami-Hittht jc-unmen tiifpd( a
property was .
Per.ftit .
m Is Nature's. Foundation of
Andrew Jergen, soup manufacturer" ; Kruc-llinu; Rim battle. with a lartrc I; MINN. I liollli M nil" >f l'lo-h l lOkln > Health"Vhy, not rid yourself -
he.. .' pniK' today' ,
of Ohio. Kquud of police : .. Is. only 1\10 Inn 'In' ii" >! that
for the (poBKc-si'ion of a .safe con- i I hi* I'l-Ht, Irink ililvt'i-H. In < iklnhiim. ..i ( of chrome ailments ruiiilernuning
? Purify
Hollywood U. .1, lavlor, HJ.: tnininu $ .0iO( taken by the robbirs i Kh> ,pilots a loll Innk" rur hi-r fnl>irln your vitality
lenrni-il, lli<> nwtnr"sHIM ,'our entire system by taking a
I'loi 3
hv main Ninth IIIIM nevir
will serve !10 days in jail unless from the >
I lh- olil of Calotabs,--ones
Saunilcis 'r'I.* iM'piiuw* !h. \\.r'r. thorough course
and address of the Clarence
tells> the court the name iila offices several we..k.nn,1 ..
who sold, Company in this! Bullion ot the ,: tivinlll.'uvv. or twii-" a week for
of the bootlegger
: liflln* for o i,'trP IIh. MIBI' -- see how Nature rewards you\
him liquor, according to a rulmor Rtatc.Dunnellon. 1\I.II'lin I ,In..n.1 I ilii mm h of llm 1 NliiII with health.Calotabs .
today by Muncipul Judge Malcomb >H Oi. younn nilm-rn'' /ninl nil mi>nof
all
Porter.Apulachicolii. -The bank of Dunnellun I okliitiomii. u i o 1.11,11I1. ( IIn.1 l h.h' In"i are the greatest of
f I ha" issued a statement on its out when tlioy 1",1 I i. chiincn system purifiers. (:let a family

-Work on the $2000,000 ,- condition at the close: of business patkage, containing full direction.

six mile Ucme bridge April 10, as called for by the comptroller I I Only 36e. At any drug store adv.

spanning Apalachicola bay will he- The statement is a most' I.- -

Kin by :Muy 1, C. A. Paquette of flattcrmir one and nhows that busiiicns I \UO\HIH. ('I.AIM: ONv

Chicago, president, of the Apalachicola conditions in Dunnellon have : Woman Boss of Laboring Gang \ ,\LI> > ito\i uuiir.; I IOKMVAY ,..

Buy Bridge Company', mud been steadily improving since, January I AIM'KOXKIITallnhasRti ;

here today. 1.Sanford. >, ,\pril 1,1: ,-Railroad I, Piles Can Be Cured

St. Petersburg-John A :-.: Approximate!)' IOU companies operating in I Flol'i,1t1 nro I I {

kumet local buildinK -.w.\\ students at the local hi lth school ,tilled to rllthl.of'IIYIH:;!/ fi-et I

official, has nerved notice.. left their class'-s here and took wide, tho state supreme' court, inel (Itching. Hlind UleedinK or I Protruding:)

! will attempt to "crash" the !gates of I part m the "save celery" campaign feet ruled todi, : )", in reveiHinu "ideciou "
the SeshquMentennial Exposition: instituted, because of the shortage of the' ,iiuuil couit. for Aliiniia Many sufferers have been made very happy

in Philadelphia: next July using i if labor in th"; It,'<,tlon. The boyn I county. i over the results obtained from the use of ...

ticket :5 jear ohl.t' \\ill.bu! graded, In. :nci-orrlance with the iipciiiuii wui/ bv JuilKo Tir.ii'li Store.
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the vinor m which they (f'1 about I ( .Iud In,. \\lntifnlil nlt',11I, PAZO OINTMENT- at any Drug

Fro tproof-A community punic -- tinslstinu I in hu-v."tilll(' of the $l-, "mite nplni,,". Ili."tinll. in -,'1".1, I (Follow tlie, Directions Carefully.) l

t to vvhieh will be invited, all the I 00(1,000( celery (rop, '1 1'111' i .ix< vviis that i'f the Si>ai>iiuidAn

people of Frostproof and neighboring I I.IIWI''U'' thi, board, of bund[

, towns, will bo held early in PC'nsal'0Ia-1) 'nJ.tli': PU of d.ppinir "i ..1"t'/ t .\ la..JIIIII to'iiitv 'I'hi"linlioad .

r :MUV on Lake Roc I ly's north nhor i iby vats m this count' contnuiea, I" si light tn olitinn nn /
J h > 1/1'1'
f Robert J. \Villianm pout of the mid/ to I'ate ro 1 1ss tl an Ked Amcricnn Ll' tion.t been! comolit'lvre training' :' the tiustei-s, from ion.stiu .
I' explosives by unknown: persons> As' ,. road over
ting a puvi-d portions
hundred $ ''> : :
t BrC1Ok8v1ll-Thirh'.five the vuts cost approximatelv the1countv
\ of I thl. right-of-way in
young thickens are now ranging euch, the loss i is> not an insitcmfi-. The ciriuit judge, n.fu..1. FRIGIDAIR }
farm of K.: 11. I destruction has
the
the model! poultry cant one and to -grant tho t injunctinn,
Hammond, at Mundon Hill Farms' ; worked, much nisairunitement\ .

miles eif here, with the ,'he ill Ie thnt/ had, been ,
five east I the ill] pinir PRODUCT of Gr.NhltVL:: : MOTOKS
IIKl.Pl.llin :
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being added 01.111It.
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prospect of 1.500! mote planned, in this cointy.River I
MMi-i.r.' ': :\11 X1T UK;
few days, it ,
,within the next "Colder Than Ice"MODERN '
I Junction The body. of n \ ...
announced t dI1Y.
was I white man iliessc-d in a "After takmg A.iliTikn I fool het- ,.. .

Jaksonvillc-One hundred and 10 I soldier young unifoim, was> found in the I tor than for vours. At my ago (CtUI CONVENIENT I ( ,
,itlileal, ... diffiri-nl from tit',- : SANITARY "
Acheesi-e it -i>
authorized !
Florida Cities and towns Apaliuhicola river near ; (.
$81,271,515 l worth of buildingconstruction Inn
during the first thre? Examination revealed, ler. Adlorika is a simple mixture
I Ivhl'I'e lust night. tog I of biiikthnrn limit, glycerine'' ('h'., Home and Comnierical Uses! :
months of IlUrt\ and scoies of points a United States identification t J
which (JAS in minutes
it is known much buildimris mound the neck which bore the removes ton

have not rt'port"I.th" "Arnold, Jc-ff USA., und often brings surprising reliefto .,
in progress inscription > le who thought that lutHhinft' a "n"" of ".uo.t"'k;) ) t 1,1 M""I WII" (ho stoniaeh. Slops' thnt full,
chamber of commerie announced The ,iM o|> J. J. Seykora :
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etato
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a man' Job now nt/irnJ cnrr..cl..1 l MSM( Ann). II. Dm nin hu" 'M'uiiiin, .itnl. )Mnatod feeling) llrings out oldwaslc'mutter ,
today. I IArcadiaFI Florida's "ixth .stat arc'hltort is bonmnrt a "nns *>f hnrkt. Ii t "i time' a niilii m' dull,ir ii,,,: I' "iplrtun never' thought,
Orlando you
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small bone oh. beautification convention will beheld lrn nt''r In N' W <>rlr i : ( if r wns in your system. nxiellent: for Sales & Service ,

jects resembling teeth were found, at Eustis Tuehdaj', April 27 ihromc constipulKin. SoliI 'by

between the lobes of the brain of under the direction of the beauti- ;Mitchell's Drug Store. .!-.'-.--.--..-,-.----,-.-,
who died .. of the Florida
convict e. d ; --
Joe Hunter, negro icailon comiini'i.ee r -
after a brief illness from unknown ', ,state chamber of commerce. Karl Charleston Twins in Washington ,

(nines. Hunter who was a former Le'imann, Orlando, chairman, wi'.l 1

county convict was being treated, preside, A. A. Coult, secretory of'' .

for a broken ICK whuh failed to the state chamber of commerce will 'I"Th
of the convenlion. '
knit. i I serve as secretary
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Tarpon Springs-:Numeious-,: citizens t
who are incensed over recent Pen..aeola-West Florida lea Is> ,

killing of an old 1 alligator that has the entire state of Florida[ in club

lived in the headwaters of the Ani- work, with Escambm. hold I

cote river for years, are talking of intr highest honors for this .section, Highest in Quality

asking the state legislature at its and if the farmers of Florida don'iwntch

next session to pass an act, protecting their step the boys and girli

the alligators of the Am- will be beating them: at their own

cote river. irame according to those mostclosely Lowest in Price '

,) and ) in touch with the club activitics -
I Fort Lallll'rdllle-Tht, > aged of west )o'iorida.liumiRare .
-. Hrnuurd. county are tomiirm
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m will poll unccl .ii under direct control I of r
have a home. Construction :\ voluincton fineit steel* available; are sembly,
start this summer on the Haven tical economy', international law in the manufacture ot 1-ord cars. the i 1lIrdIotor! Company. J

of Rest on the 10 acres of land, und kindred subjects part of tilt The plate glan fur win Jtihiclclt. and .

bought for tlmt purpose by the tieuiiuied lib.-ary colleiteil. by the window it aspcrfecta..cl\nbemaJe.. Iron I in taken front I'ord mines in L-.

tlroward County Federation of WOo lato William Jennings:> P.tjan ove Upholstery material contains a Micliluinco.il; from tile-Company's ''

men's Clubs at CouhntiheeWildwood u I pi-nod, of forty yes-rs: today were larger: percentage of wnol than in mines m Kciitiuky and, West Virginia.

of presented bv Mis.: Bryan to r 10 ordinarily upended-e\cn for ninth \: (;l.iiH comes from ord glaRHplnnts ,, ,
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:Nme-tv-': 1"1' Thee book I
of Miami. \
University higher priced caM. The hamo fca ; wood from the 1 ord timber ,
the tourists leaving 1 londa lire nucleu!* of the university -
form the North. Raw mate-Halt
will in the
R'4' of I-ord 1 design have ncerbeen tr.ict:
of them just include, several ture*
back many and
coming library
and f finished product* arc carried rmanuf.acturer.
toV by
they can. nc..rding.. works and a improved upon any
soon us of celebrated
sets the Company'1" own tr.mspor-
of the Wildwood over
L. Joist, proprietor few volumes out o* print, amour
coke vensblast furnaces
the tat ion routt-x
tourist camp, who makes these. being work.., b\ American No other car offers greater dependability. ;
ktcel null foundries and
with ;a ,
conversation member*
statement from ambassadors' and cabinet The Ford car ha
Haw nr.ilU-all are part of this com II
tourists tho past four decades favor of millions of users.
_u I! during won the plete ornanii..,4on. Ibt-re are even
Petersburg-Fifteen polue-I I Steadily gathering moot under every conceivable motoring mill cement
St. ', Alichua nalvanc( plants, paper ,
into a special m condition. It* convenience is
orllalzc": soctionchidSs re8y transform waste t
were
men this> plant, etc., to
padlocking squad here lust night ; nientum has confidence in the future known and appreciated the world material Into uicful by-products.
recently adopted ordinance state increases its performance is taken forgranted.
to enforce the of this section of the over; 1

on Sunday closingJ but thrf 12 Alachua building activities In this way every possible economy "

preparations were unnecessary. tipped the $70,000 mark after- Such quality is possible at Ford is effected. Under no other circumstance
employees are under charge compilation of figures, for could Ford be had
theatre careful prices because every operation! quality .-.1
now of violating the law. twelve months by Messrs. R.well-UWood. from mining of or to final as at Ford prices.; 'j .".
S. J. Ellis and other
the disr .
St. Augustine-Much to local men. Maintain Ford Leadership
That
.. _u lovers of t:>.e rncient ane I known Features

of"nn the inlt>restinll ami, quaint old Dt'Lantl-Aubrey Lee Nickels: All-Steel Bodies Thermo-S/>hon Cooling ,

houses on St, Own-Re street Carolina youth, twice sentenced Lubrication 4
coquina South Simple Dependable
Transmission
order of J. h, alleged. attack Planetary ,
raz..d l hy die for an
It being to
Three Point Motor Suspension
buildmir commissioner IJeLand woman, "ill plead Torque Tube Drive
city
Lyons a
It Ii. saill. to bo one of the five ol.l-. upon for a change of venue in the. circuit Dual Ignition System Multiple Disoin-Oil Clutch ,

est houws in the city ami, has lonsr court here tomorrow, This Th little (tirla:\ nhown with donator Arthur Cappc-r lire known an the
to tour1st following prwientei! to the prc-mili-nt by MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT MICHIGAN J..
been nn object of interest was learned here today J Virginia
*. \ Issuance of an ord.r by Judge W ,&. MDator. To Ihe ",Its\ Maxme Loomis. and to th* light t ;
Sheriff S, E PRICES
Palmat;-The Florida W. Wright directing NEW
before him .
West bring Nicklcs TUDOR If"
: to
Stone
peml -
East Const Railway will The prisoner is now confined fiivcr to the Lawdl" SLOAN: RUNABOUT TOURING: COUPE bCDAN '
$21,000,000, at 9 a. m A Cheerful i "

000,000 within the instead stato during of the year, In the Duval county jail at A colored revival was! in full I Amen''" jelled a prespiring member $520 $290 $310 500 9565FORDOIV. >

accord.iiK, to II. :N.: RodenbaiiKh.vice I J ack onville. e Llast in.l one old fellow was ex. \ of the congregation, overcome }.
president of the road, in" Mount Dora-Ground broken; hotting the people to contribute by emotion "Glory to do Lawdl Cloud car prtcei lnclu' .l. tarter and demountable l rlmj. A It f>rkrt. P. O. It. Detroit"

statement here today. The proposed for new homes! to be constructed at generously I I Give Him mo'. Give Him a twentieth. T WEN T Y TWO YEA US OF LEADERS II IP '
a" what di Lawd's done fo' "
Improvement will cover Lake Franklin Park. "Look ,
of railroad development. Railroad expansion in Florida I I jou-all. brtehren1"! he shouted. 8
phases Purk-"lIcrald" to occupy
of all has. \ Winter .
the official has said I during 192S. will cost approximately "Give Him a portion you '
Give Him a tenth. A tenth belongs new building. I
$50,000,000.
fruitirri .
Tho citrus I
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AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEL GRAPJ. STAUB, FLORIDA FRm.\\. APRIL 23. 1926

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i"H. Distant in, the public Mhoed hers wi,' h ;Mr\ and Mrs 1.I Jacksonville I I
.;;; I -One hundred and 10 i i r..Tntkn-D..tw..n 45 and 50 newI ', L..e"burll'-Stl'p" being taken toward -
I c..a.t Kate her pupiK/ an outing and pit- i VRners, of Florida Cities, and towns authnriz.I I homes! under construe'tion. erection) of new gas plant. I

nn at Ih.. Il< ne'/h last Suturdu}'. nnd sister, :Miss I led $81.271ol5: worth of building.; ,],

>c e 'Fin. \ .'I".t| I a very rdeusunt! time ,.f Starke, were construction during: the first threp ,'

a. g 1 Id .. II ,,'k,. of \\aUln., wit preach here Sunday ufternoe.n. months of 192(1( mind scores of points ,,, :

lit tin. First HaptiKt ihurch here Mr. and Mrs II. II. here it !ill known much building, '

next :Mipidainnrning; anvil. evening children, and :Mr J. ; II in progress have not reported, I !

I'Ionl'[ ,a Bo ) Ivet.bod t; i I ,. .iinMti'd!. spent. the weekend w I 1 'h(- state chamber of commerce un- '' t o-----------------------r

i I I.. I D. Mede-nhauirh and family ir 'a'ksonvillePervis nounced today.Arl'acJiaJo'ive.

" of \lnihuu\ werelh guests of :Mrlieelenhaiiirh's Lewis. of .small bone ob. '

'. C'. T. l'i;il': .\l I, ,'hlldr..n. fir .lacksonville, :'.I r. and hnther. L. II. He-el. spent Sunday here with :i! jeits resembling teeth were found. Guaranteed

:I' DUES I',\> l\if.; S0( I Il.. :Mrs J. C. Adktns. and ( children of nbnugh last Sunday. :A>i anI :Mis. J. W. .. i between the lobes of the brain of ; Hours Service and

--- fiamesvillf; Judge anti I :Mr. .\, / :Mr und !Mrs. Dixon and :Mr un.l .Mr and Mrs. I. \\ i Joe Hunter negro convict who died I 8

The Woman's f hnstiun. Temper-, Ailkin" and (ehililren of Starlie, :Mrs.. Hlajlock) of Gastonia, N. C. ham spent Sunday' : here after a brief illness from unknown Service; SalisactionStern's

once Uni.m., held their. annual dues. :Mrs \1. i I':. IMwarils:, and :'01 r. and were ,the /guests of :Mr and :Mrs. tiv..... j causes. Hunter who was a former
'ml Thur
r ;payin snl day afternoon Mii Leroy Roune, of Jackson- Mr i county convict was being treated
K. B. Watterson. and :Mrs' [) "
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I sit the home of :Mrs. C. A. Kut< h, \ille, wire visiting. here, Sunday I for a broken leg which failed to
ai.,1, little
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of
:Mr. and :Mrs' W. A. son, GarageAgents _
with about thirty members and n Toby are I
Jimmy .'Meiore i is viiitmjf hiuninclparcctn .. suent afternoon knit.
Sundbv
'ew friends present Mrs. Arthur Ir. and l Mrs. G.I W the happy parents of a new son, l' Mis. Starling's Tarpon Springs-Numerous. {
'Wood who arrived April the fifteenth parents 'itl'l EXIDE Batteries Phone 87
president presided and
gave Drown in Tampa. I who incensed : -
Mrs, .I. B Thomas. z..nll. are over
an interesting talk on this work. :Mrs Kate Ferris and :Mrs, )Eliz- :i J. W. Wallerson wan visitor I killing of an old alligator that has ..... :_ .
The program was. divided into threw / I to Tampa this week TOo W Rowell .spent :
iiheth! LiKhtheurl were in Jaekson. !I I lived in the headwaters of the Anl.I .
sections and appropriate .songs, etc. I villa this week :Mrs' Lijrhthe-art I :Mrs.. J. p. Sullivan attendedChurch te i noon in Brooker. i I cute river' for years, are talking of

were chosen for. ('a..h.In.: J. W I haft been visiting :Mrs. Ferris for a I at the First Baptist church Miss I :Mary :Moll asking the state legislature at its

White, gave a well written article i i few weeks und will leave for her I: of Thej-essa last Saturday; anti i spent) the weekend ... next session to pass an act pro.tecting .

1 and Mrx I K :'II. Johns also. gave home in Chicago Wednesday.Mr I I!: Sunday. sister. Mr. L. W. .. the alligators of the Ani-

I nn interesting reading. Late in : J. \\miro ban returned from Mr. und. Mrs J. It. Colley, have I''I There will be cote river.PP.TITION J. R. DAVIS & CO.

the afternoon dainty refreshments. a ,pleasant, visit '" his' family in a nine pound daughter, who arrived!, Rock Saturday and I -- .

were .served i Palmetto (;ia. April 2th. : body ,invited .to attend. TO HAVE BOM t VALIDATED -

Rev. J. V. Robinson. has been :Mrs ..T. K Coffman and children ,I .- --.- |
.APRIL MEETING OFWOMAN'S
returned. as. pastor to the Grace M. of De-erflelel, :'II Missouri are I 1 In Circuit (Court Eighth Judicial Cirrtiit INSURANCEAGENCY
f i; ( ('J.l'UThe K:. Church for another year, muchto I'I the guests of Mrs. Coffman's parents In snit I for Bradford' County HorItlH -

the delight of the members und :Mr, and Mrs B. In CtmncrryThe .
R. Johnson.
Aplll meeting of the Wom w County of llmdford' of the
hit many friends in town. :Mrs, W B. Alexander! and daughter 'I Slut of Florida find the Board ESTABLISHED 1886
an's Club was opened! by the reading
:Miss I.ofluc Vaugh of Uinatill.i Miss Wilma nf Brand TruNtreM "f Rradfordounty .
Pearl visiledMrs.
of club : .
the collect Mrs )Kil: ( Moridnrornplainnnui
is. visiting: Miss Helen. Robinson Alexander's! mother Mrs M, .
ward Burns, acting us secretary
i for u few days. I. :Ma.\nnrd, of Aluchuu last Sun. ... STARKE FLA.
tern the from the
pro gave report l The State of FloridaDefendant.. .
last meeting. She also rend the Rental eluy. .
\ treasurer's report/ which was very The pupils e.f. :Mrs. )E. H. Wells' Arthur Wilson, of Alnchua county Petition to Hat* Honrii Validated
music 1'10..11orilVe. u recital Tuesday.. visited 1 friends and r..lativ4Kh Votire In the Tat I'ayerii and OIHzfnii
I. encouraging, Up to Jute the club or the County of Bradford and Slate nf .. .. .
afternoon at the home of .Mrs. ,'(' last Saturday --- -- ---
;i j. has something over four hundred lorlda.
t.. dollars und very few pledges paid! Wells. About forty invited guests. Take nolief that the County nf ftratlfor) ....t.t...i.i...!+t 4..+3 .+.!.?.?.!.a.!.t.+Is 4.
affair BROOKERHrookcr one nf the county unttn of the State ofH'fH'la .
to enjoy this
were- present '
J. In :Mrs 1). )K.: Knight's report .1 J. and the Hoard of Ilonil fruiter .
l' Following is the program: if nald County have filed petition in the .
the asked that u letter of thanks a
Duct, Tripping Through the ,i, April 2.: .-:Mr. R. F. 1 a 4W Mxive entitled cause in the aliov' named ,. +
be sent from th'oman's Club Ward und. : our) und.( the iltile of h. ip,
1I'ulhffr--lIoJlil' Hinkins and Mrs.I I I county agent Mr Thorn < r April rot
<< (by secretary) to Miss Mona Alderman ', lifeinsurance |I "'IJlt' tn hii" 'the t I...... of Four Hundred ,
us, agent, of Sturlte Wit
i' Wells.Snlci. (, and Fifty Thotuand Dollar (H 0OOOI)
in appreciation of the Among tli) I DIIIMICH, ( liilh- were visitors in our town Satur. i ,r.t n worth of honilH atith*.rifted h.l Chapter Dress Sale i
.. concert she* gave. for the benefit of \ day morning. II.4J8 of the Sueclal Acta of the [.....'. .-
bro)-Mary Lucile. ,
the club. :' .iiao"sZ- 0' KNtrMii of the trnnnlinarv Sta..Inn .
Duet, Pure as Snow ('LunjCI.-) I I J. J. :Morgan was transacting thereof In Nuv.mhr.f2 IJ. and l>y an .
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, in her reportstatesd Howe Mrs. business. in Starke Friday evening; I I IB. elertlon h.'1,1 on the IM'h day. of March.A .. _
Louise and WelN. flfe'Y ., -
she is planning to have the |I )F. flaxen I 4 D lt i< In Bradford County. Florida .
of Avon .
: Solo Thine Own ( I.tng)-Pearl j Park, was II j n which' election, a larire majority of the; .
Florida between )
Day program sometime Tiriffis.Duel. I hero Sunday visiting his mother I ,ed elector. who were free tinldera .
t the first, of :May und the Mrs. I). W. Hazen. then at. voted for the umuance of ,.
twentieth. I By Hoffman-Keiwin To- I in the mum nf Four Hundred and if
( rude and Mrs. tVella.. Sheriff W. J. Eppersem, of Starke I '''ty Thoiuand [Milan .1450111101' for hard.urfacing ... 7,-> exquisite dresses just arrived-materials I f"4
)K.
Mrs W Middleton
repottedon was a business visitor .laving out.' vrailinir and other-
r the Florida State Federation Vocal Sol li", I Dad ( Avery Powell) !! afternoon. here Friday .. Improvinir, the public ......1. of Brad-i, .f flat crepe georgette and Taffeta. Sites 14 to 44. +

;, -Pe-url Griffin. I | ,4 County Florida, an provided( for in Values
meeting. She was very enthused Duet By Hoffmun-Pauline Ro- | George Rivers of Starke was i -? .. said Special' Act and In the call nf up to iI
over this meeting und every member friends hue election, hy the Board of Bond Trua- .
den und Mrs. Welx.SolGladys among Sunday eve- I
( Bradford County, Florida valldat-( $37.50 I
if poHHililc should try and attend Carter. i iDuct nmg. > "t :i..r confirmed hy decree of acid court .
these meetings each year. All Mr. and :Mrs. O. G. Strayhornu, I that on the 20th day of April. A. D. .
Invitation to the dance
the lectures were interesting and of Wuldo ( M an nnler baueil out of the. maid court'-t .; Beginning Friday April 23: these will be sale
(Weber)-Abbie Hurlev und Mrs. I spent Sunday here withfl'j..nelK I N the Stat.. of Florida iulrinir it. on i
instructive ,
Wells..SoloFairy. and relatives. h, the Honoratile' J. C, Adktnjt fltate tor .
Mrs. L. A. Davis, us u delegate Cephus Hurrcll ,:::; y for the Eighth Judicial, Circuit 4
of Wuldo
Dell. ((1\lackay-I.o.) was I Florida. show before : :;
from the Federation to CHUMP the Hon- :.:
TriCounty $18.95
UIK. Howe. I among friends here Sunday eve-I i A. 7.. Adklnii. Judge. of paid Court. ":
port was favorable and excelledereported nmg. 't att f Starke. In Bradfonl County, rlnrlila, it .
Doves) Uollic and :
Duet Flying :
I 1
In the afnrenald circuit the tilth
that this section's report Mildred, l Dinkms. T. B. Pmholstcr und muthl'r'l. eves of May A. I). lft2A at ten on clock A. The sale will last six days and with every $18.95; !

j was favorably and excelled reports Solo )Easter Lillie ( Martin-) I Mrs' A. J, Pinholdter were visiting .. why acid Honda nhoutd not he validated. ,. dress bought during the first four da.vs-lwe will .
from ether Federations. friends confirmed : theiie THEREFORE: are .
Luke
many at ,
Mildred: Duel The )Feast of the RoseINarl day afternoon .ou. nod. you and each of you are hereby. .
-
A petition "ree| ichting the Cinffm and Dollio Dinkins. I Mr. i.nd :Mrs. A. L. Green und .....,... to appear before the Hnnorahl" '. $2.00 hose, the color preferred. .
school board to begin school the 7. Adkina Judge of the Circuit Court. '0'
:Mr. and Mrs. T. W. :Murkee
I Solo The Veice!! of the lIt'urt-Ab. were t the County Court HouMe In Starke .
last Monday of September, or the I ba Harley. business visitors. to Gainesville* Sat. i '."' County. Florida. on the 1Mb day .. Another group of dresses going at $10.75.:> includes! 4
first Monday in August," was presented -I I unlay.Rojee. & tt f May A. D, 1II2H. at ten clock A. M. .
t Solo, Flower Song ( ) show ..... If have. lovely and
& 7' Ca any you' why paid crepes georgettes. Values to $19.50: .
hud up
the This
by prcsielcnt. ( ;
I Dullie Dinkins. LunjCe-1 iuiney motored to New n.l. ahnuld not be validated. and con- .
been given to her by a (citizen asking Duet I Grand nalo" JL River S.nday evening. s .. ... otherwise th. alliiratinna nf the .
her to have those members. L. R. Guiney and A. L. Green > 4.9.5t'i petition will he taken aa confeaied ..
wertransuding .
interested .
: Pciirl Cnffm; und Mrs.. Wells.. I > y you Cash !
to sign business in Starke It la ordered. that this notice be pu!>lI.h.( .. Strictly
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez made a motion Monday. A smart sports outfit I :d. one. each week for three conneeutive .
HAMPTON ...k. before the Maid Smith' of A. !
day May. ,
nnd it was carried J. "t o make i iIIimiptun I| Mr. and :Mrs. L. R. Waters undehililien I tr.u. crep. ppllqued with '' 1"2ft. In the. Bradford' County Televraph .
all active minister's wives mem-1" )D brilliant color. The hat I I, weel'Iv neunpaper pulillnhed. in Htarke .,
,
the >ek- >nel .
spent we < inBell
2.1: L. A.
Apiil Marguerite'sShoppe
Wynn .
i trtmmed with nail bead. I ,...,.. County Florida. and that the .
bare of the club with their dues
and I dVlIlhterI\HII! :Mary Lee, attended with relulives. rat of acid publication be publlahed ,. ;
rpmit.tml. ,' the bull game/ ul Interln- I Mrs.. ))0:. J. Lewis. Miss Ollie' lla. td, ...t rlvhteen) day prior to the laid math/ .
The club was presented with a ehen, last Sutureluy. gum, II. R. Brown und. Fred Green: of Mae?,*A. I)' llt.'BwrrVK1 .
l' my hand and official peal
check of five dollurs from the Hi- spent Suturduy Gainesville taking CFNT A :i i Jllth +
i Mr. und 1 1lrK.: W. (!. Seals uud in ; day of April A. t> I'B) at .
bin class of the Methodist ('hur'h.I.It'lCatt' I civil service examination. Morida
daughter :Miss :Mubi'l el' Jacksonville C;, W AI."F.RN .
'' were elc'ded to IIltl.,1the visitors here last Thuiseluy. Mr. and :Mrs.. .P. M. Barefoot and (Merk of the Circuit Court for .
wire > COLUMN
Tri-Cimntv Federation in MIK'clenny. I (children eif Starke spent Suliirdav .:,M.,. Bradford, Co"nIY. rlorldi: .
.
Weeks. ., Mrs They Kdwanl: wereSirs.. Horne.; altc-r-R. A. ]i Mr. ('hui'le-s Glover) who has been T.here Osleen.ilKorU'Kt of Mi. und Mis R FOR hamper2."c SALE1 each 1-2 J.bu.L. ;r. .
jiaU-H !Mrs T J. Griffin and. :Mrs. I spending the winter months here, Orvilleurd) of .luc-klse.nvillc-i Lawtey, Fin. '
I). I. Ames left this week for his home in Sil-
spent the vvee-k-end here with. his w------- "
Mp R J. OIIVM. sung> two beautiful ve 1.11111', Con II. mother, :Mrs T. P Wurel WANTED-To contract : I

numbers hostesses for the Mi's. David, Junes serit lust Si t.urcluy Walter S. Wills, of Tampa, vvii cry of /green corn. May I
and Sunday with her daughter business visitor June 26th. J. L. ':
afternoon served u ileliciouH. ice u In our town Sat Harrell.
entrse.' :Mrs. A. I.. Sullivan, of Theresj j! urday. fla. } I

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+ LAWTEY \V. P. Pitts, of Jacksonville' who attended, 'hu"I'h" lit' Union near WANTED-Wood

f/ conducted u plant farm herd Murke Sunduy. block sawyers. Highest 0

I.awt"y.pr.1 2):).--.:Mr. and :Mrs. some years ago wits a visitors here I :Mrs. II. B Inirium and son. Junior price paid. J. C Sellers i

W. E. Torexlo, Mr. mind Mrs George< lust Sunday.! of Ocala, spent the woek-enil' I Fla. 'I

Roberts and little daughter, !Putsvle Mr. J. L. .J. Chalute und family here as guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. )K.: i iI 5 #

motoreel to Deland Sunday of Tampa hut formerly of thuscity T. StUart. I I FOR SA LE-Guernsey I ] Q

and were guest4( at the home of were here l last Sunday. They E. H. demons was .u business' I sale? H. G. Strohfeldt I II ,

t Mrs. Robeit's parents !\II'. and. were on their way to :Montreal visitor to Alu'hulltonday! a. m. Box 41, Starke. Flu. I -
Mrs. Tatum. Canada where they will visit I'. R. Mott wall transacting business I I ,

+a -- Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter friends und relatives in Starke Saturday I' FOR RENT-Well located ,. .
aft..rnoon'l :rttn:
11/ Ada Marie, are visiting n.la.r Fletcher Seekmirer, of Clvo, Ga., :Mr. Ben Sapp of New room at 9th Street and

liven and, friends in !Polhml Alabama who wall returning from Largo tion spent Sunday here at (! opposite station rental

r: for a few weeks.. visited his aunt, Mrs. J. :M. Maxwell of Mr. und Mrs. J. R. :.Mott. I I able. Mr. J. C. Wills. I -

Mr. Neil McVeigh, of Tampa lust Sunday, while on his wuy

I Miss :Mattie Harley of Jacksonville. home, I NEW RIVERNew I FAR OR HOME: OWNER Allowed On All Purchases.

Messrs, J. C. Thomas. and. J. 1). Misses Natalie Marciemney und I want to /lpll' Send
River, April 23.--Mrs.: J. )K.Aelkins I
Mutton Friday at the homeof Betisic. Maxwell and Kills': Thornton I'
spent and price, Ira
and son Clarence was visiting Ebert I Held
Mr. and l :Mrs.. A. II. Ilarley. huve recently bc-en visitors to Jack lends, in Luke Butler Sun. bourne; Columbus, Ohio. I Nothing Back and All
Mr. and :Mrs. Edwards) : Abrams sonville. i
day .veningA "
and son, Junior, avompanied, hy Mr. Mrs W. L. Bugg was shoppingin
'.I party was given at the homeof FOR SALE-7 head two : Articles Carry Our .
and :Mrs. Wilson of Jacksonville, Starke lust. Monday.hupt. Avy Renfrew Saturday night.A old pigs. good stock. i Regular ,

r were here Sunday. :Mrs. Abram II. B. Wiggins and family, large crowd was present amidreported loads of rood hay not I

will be pleasantly remembered m I of Stnrke, were guests of Mrs. a nice time. Oessner, Route A, Box 28 Every Day PricesFor
)Miss Wilson Wiirgin'u mother! Mrs. J. R. Fla.
Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. Supp, G. W. I
Mr. J. L. Harvey, of Troy N Y., I' Hodges.L. Sapp'; und Avy Rerfrue were visiting -
was transacting. business In Law.ii i .. :M. Scott of Clyo (;u., has in Brooker Saturday evening FOR SALE-: Cut flowers f years this store has been a CASH PRICE STOKE giving

i, try this week | accepted a position as telegraph :Mr. Pledger Johns left Saturday I in* roses of several patrons the advantage of saving a considerable
Mrs. Irene linker of :Miami i. e.p-rutor for the S. A. L. Railroad Mrs. Tom Wall percentage
for
morning Tampa where he will ,
visiting her father :Mr 0. K.: Kho. Mrs. W. A. Saxon and (children spend u while with his uncle Eury Starke, Fla. e on their money Now in addition to giving you the advantage '"

den. of. Deerfield.. lire the .guests" of :Mrs.Suxem's I
Johns. of CASH this
PRICES store will
allow
!Miss Ruth Rowe is spending this sister. Mis. J. V. Jones..Mrs :Messrs )Everett Renfre of I I LADIES-We pay I you to deduct 5 percent

week with her aunt. Mrs Miittie ;, J.1.: Maxwell wits a business I Gainesville und Curl Sapp, of I\ hour; advertising! I and di I from the purchase price of any article sold, amounting

Frazier in Jacksonville I I vistor; to Strke lust Mon Hetlbronn Springs attended theparty i ing samples homes and to $1 or more.Dependable .
Mrs. J. Cioodfellow and little .. I
(
1 > :Semi: neldressed
day.A.y.A. lure :Saturday: night. ,, stamped ) ,
A daughters Ruth and Mary Ella. !Ij A. (burden. hUll the material Hermie ope. Dfnuon. Deckel I
Kelley was transacting fabrics fine tailoring and
j have returned, after u very pleasant I placed fur a large tvvu.story. buill- business in Brool'er Saturday af ,I I Dayton Ohio.. attractive styles are

''. visit in the southern purl ,fI I I ing to h,. eiiHtc-d! on :Mum .street ternoon. to be found in our line of Men! and BO I >'!*' Clothing. The
.; I known the Hutchmscm II I
the state an property Mr. and :Mis. P. B and1Irs. I"onJ.F.nf'II.lv now. .
Crews best brands in Shirts
{ Mrs. R. R. Thede.. :Mrs. J. H I i The contract is let to R. i DRnvvlev. C. r Wynn of Luke. Butler I size chickens. fndy Poult Shoes Collars!! etc.. can be found here-

Moore and :Mm, J. T. :Moore wen- ',' ontruelor. und. builder of I I were visiting in this section :Moneluv Kingslev Park, Kingxlev and they are the last word in stvle.
shopping in Jacksonville. I'riduv: Green: ('OM- Springs/ who is here I )Fla. I

:Mrs George. .\..H"'rllun.lrK.: T. real. to take thuiue! of the work I --- -- LET US OUTFIT YOU COMPLETE:-SUIT. SHOES, "' '; .
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J. K:. AilKins n,i'ele a businesstrip --
f J. Terry :Mrs. R. K: Itlnmhanl and' Mis. Thom.ts Dyul ulI.I.I"llhter'l, to Starke :Monday. FOR SALE f' SHIRTS. NECKWEAR HAT .* :
3 Mrs J. L lliirrell. we're* in Luke .Miss ,Alma who huvp plant large exhibition
F J. J. Thomus and H F. Renfrew (
rO'turn.1
City Tuesday attending the Wo ( nil weeks in. l.iekmitivillc1,
colors, white, flesh .
; wire ,visitors to .unesvlt! ]| .
t man's Missionary: Union Institute, ed to. then h",... here lust Sunday.t I'ridav evening, some vellow. Price f 1 00 At a Worth While Saving

Jncksonvilu Tlistnct.MM The s"h.H.1 I here will close nextFruliiv I en. Mr.. N. P.
:Mr. and Mrs G. W. and H..1.
t F.. K:. Hurney and :Mrs. furl ) night \pril -'6. Commencemont Starke. Fla.
Supp 1111,1lrM.;\ S. C Crews were (
Woolen were shopping/ in StArkeTTueseluy exerci.n111 be conducted M.
J.
visiting in Brooker Sunduyz'lFF Alvarez
in t the (city hall. An address. will --- WOUI.n TRAHE-JlfiOOOO

{, Fred und Jewel Hoyer of Ii"M, be. made bv cine of the professor. in house and lot in ... "

win. win guests of Ix>ins Hill Jr, eif the Uimirmtv of Florida.Kvirvlimlv bringing over 10 per cent

: Monday. : is invites! tend every ...Itilwn i Ziff April 2.J.: -:Mr. and :Mrs B est on the investment for

isI f Mr W. II Hurt of Hawthorne, i i iI uf Ilumpion' in expected to bi M. Howling, of Stnrke. and S. : acres of good, truck .

+. *. >"nt TueseldV with friends. prevent| | T. Johns and son B. C.. of .Jack 'tark or Hampton P. /a.

,, Mr, and( .Mrs. Jack Briggs and I Miss! Maud :Miti. hell first as- nonville, peni the weekend here U..fi Live Oak Fla.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 2t. 192/1.) /
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK$ FLORIDA PACK FIVBBits 1 '


i\ i R. F. Clark, superintendent of in the Bowl and Billy ,in theI."-x. TRUN:; srilEnfl bringHitrhlniulK county comnilneioners Jlr"8..tllT'm1l'.e. concrete '1 : r
I the City Light and Water Plant Kennel" f
,
I i I vote to appropriate $11. returned Friday from Norwalk. April :Jlth! the* votes will, boluiintid I Kfftttixe 1J01:! a. in., !Sunday\ ., 1y ) 1
I COO a for pr..II.tin1I11''I'/ 'ul.turnl ing branch plant in this Ity.
fear
' radio. turt, I April I ISth trans will run a, fo1loxx < !.
: lady| of his father F. F Clarke, and the result lull In aiiounic-il s : I development. in .ullty.. Mount., l JI..rR---l'nllminllry. plant I ;i

: for internment. with: the.iiioml, 1. thud and fourth :NII'; I 1. .l.'iiksonvillo to Tampa \popka New:; colored. "iibdixi. formed f".r erection of new hot,,!. 1

choice. Valuable. pri/c have been dmStiirke.. 11.14 p. m.So ion to hi-\ opened "''''.hllif Kt.eilnilii'e--New tie plant an. .

I.ocal ; ThoMenjeijing the Theatre. party donated l by hii-tnn- unit of Ja,'k"imxille : .t I. .l.xik-onx-ille I to Tampa slue from City. limits, <.n ("Inm.'n"i i 11111"1 I II iletlltt' ''' ,'il I t'i i "o. thin phut-. i ]
given b>' :Mrs W. :M 1. \\ain. ft'il liradlord. I citizens are. siHike. 1J:!.r>:J! p. m. 'I t t
Bright: at Gainesville \\ ednesdaxwere confident, that HIM' uf the pim-s f
', :McNduines R T. LJ'n\l1rt'. will t. this Si: I r>, J.uUcmxille to St Pet .
Concerning People Business and ionic > county\ .
A. Z. Vclkms F :'01. Johns, Misse': trshuiir! dmStaikt-, 1 12,15 p. m. .
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Progress of the County and Town. M.iheleller and :'olnl'gar1 Lung ::0.... :11I:1: :! JaikKonxillc. to \\"PHt : II t.1 C\\1\
I BOWKETT x
i I I Palm lii'iuh due StJirkc, 1DOJ:! a. mNo HARRY p

.- t I :Mrs O L. Bc-asley entertainedthe f.AIETVU"ef'sGo I :; 3. Tampa to Jacksonville, clue i L .

following/: ladies at a spund-thc Starke, 5:1r LOCATED AT
WEATHER REPORT James Lewis ; : a m
spent" the weekemin day party Wednesday at her home! I Ideal Restaurant Next to Mitchell's Drug Store i 'I
Jacksonville, with his ulster, I, Bobl 1 : No.4. Tampa to Jacksonville, due ', \ I
'
Walnut :Mesdames
of 15 on street:
week April to 21.
April For 15 70 61. .11 :Mrs C IX I Shank. Jo.urdan. Edward Burns, J. M: Stu-ke, 4:10: p. III.I Formerly Watch InnpPttor ", 1 rr P', 7 7SO111'IIERN
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April 16 72 61 .00 i I :Mitchell L. Wjman, J. L. I Peek,, A. I No. '!OI' Tampa to Jacksonville, RAILWAY COMPANY .
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Mr. and :Mrs Roberts I duo Stnrke, 6:110 .
Roy
ol 1 A.lkins. : p. m.I
April 17 80 57 .00 Z. Tlll'USn, .RW.\ I '

April 18 7J 56 .00 Gainesville day. were in town \Sednus- I Love that can be so beautiful I Starke Wannee branch. WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY i. i I

April 19 79 61 .00 :i Silas Kite, state oil in..pl't.torland I -what have we dun, with it! I No. 101 leaves Starke 7.40: a. m. And OPTICAL HE1'A1US \

April 20 71 40 .00 Mr. and :Mrs. Ei! Futch, of |I family, of Palatka have moved A revealing drama of modern love No. 102 arrives Stark 3:15: p. m ALL WORK GUARANTEED ''I .
April 21 79! 50 .00 i j here and are occupying the Petitt ti: of who '
| story couple
Total precipitation for week 11 day Gainesville: afternoon., were intown "'eclneK_ ''I house en Cherry street. They were" I ried, and of another one couple* mtr'I'. T. J. CKIfrFlN. Agent. I' !___._..__._..__._._._..___ _._ ." --. I' Ili I ,r ,

inches. former residents of our town and didn't. The truthfully )

have many friends. here who are stage: play is. now a brilliant r, '1 :
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee peit O. W. Burr;/, of Brooker, was attending ,I triad to hathem again in our absorbing screen onUTt am\merit I 1 ''i

the week-end at Atlantic Beach. day. to business here Thurs i midst.Dr.. "CIIIC\PER TO :MA1RYIlith ( ,, I

I Lewis Stone, Cunrad :Naif;
John Shriver, of Brooker of : : l La Motte' Miss Stone "
Mrs. :Mrs. O. G. Cooper, and two sons, i Tucker, who is moderator Marguerite Ue i iI

pent Monday in town. of :Macon Ga., will arrive today to the North Florida Presbytery, will .\ :Metro.GoldaynSATI'ICDAY I

visit her father, G. \\'. Snellgrove.Dr .'I attend the session of the Presbytery The Well-Known Toilet Goods Specialist I
Mrs. E. L. BiiCK>- spent Thursday being held at Green Cove i
Jacksonville this week }He will also ART MIX l'IUHC'nO( a
shopping in I J. II. Coffee, of Arcadia IK. Springs' .
in town visiting the hoover fami. I, preach the opening sermon liefore Presents t

Bill Randall, of, Ocala, spent lies.. the Presbjtery "MOUNTAIN flied" Will give you a Free Massage }
I A symphony of Love and Intrigue; I
Sunday here with friends. I I "
I :Mrs W. S. Blakely, of Jacksonville Mr.: and :Mr... John L'ttlow and I nth Episode: of "\'to of Spades", In your own home

Aluminum on Special Salt visited her parents Mr: and I daughter: Miss: Carrie, who. have ;MAIND.tV'EUESOtl'"TIIE $ '
at Stump's. : :'olrs. \\'. W. Baisden, for several I been .spending the past month with By Appointment
I days! of the past week I !Mr. and !Mr-. II. H. Ford, of Fort TENSER"Featuring

Mr. Dock Amlrt-u of Brookerwas :Mxeio, returned to their home here : -
Beautiful LAIMLA )PI.XME
visitor to town Thurs> 1 lay :Mrs. n.! A. Anderson. of Lawtey: : \\ednestlax'
a spent the week-end with her parents Comical situations und ,,('ht'lImi.- Careful( attention to our skin will insure the attr.ir- j (

A daughter was born Tuesday to : :Mr and :Mrs.V.. J. Kpper-: Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Dalton, of Iv funny troubles. be-wetling" the titc-nt'Sh ;and personal charm that every' woman ('rll\''''''. .
lovers
of of ill-matched
path a pair as
Colic! of Hamp son. Atlanta, have moved here recently( :
Mr. and :Mm. Ray
conceived. A To Your
author few
und have apartments at the home I as ever neglect Skin is lo forfeit its beauty' t

ton. I I IFr..d II :Mr. HoUendorf, ', of. :Mr. and :Mrs R. S. Humphrey. thrills,,and a spice plenty of of mystery Imjrhs: excitement (DON't:; \\e have 'nJ'It/lI'd/ l Miss Stone, the xvtll-knov Toileti1NNIH

F. Stump is in New Smy I spent Sunday with Mrs.' Holzendorf's Mr. Dalton is an employee of the '
:MISS THIS ONE.:! ( | Spvciulist for the Week of 'April 2ith.( lo fall on :
looking lifter business inter mother, Mrs. :McGhin, of Saint Clair Oil Co.
rna ests. Jasper. 'omPdy-TIIE 1 OE lil'G; : a numbvr of ladies in SI.like each day! ', to give free mass t

I :Miss Stone, toilet goods. specialist \ Thursday and Fridayeek sage;' and individual help and advice on t the cure of t the ;

Miss Eva Williams, of Hampton, I :Mrs W.1'; .'llarrell'imcl dllu"hb'r i will be at :Mitchell's Drug Store RICHARD DIX skin. ) t\

was visiting friends here Monday ,'Geneva and! sons, :Malcolm and I all nl'xt"It't.k to give the ladiesof > I IN

Afternoon.P. Mabry, of Brooker, spent Tuesday i the town free matsages and ad. ".t MAN Ml'ST 1.PalatkaApproximately.\\'';" This is an Exceptional Opportunity for i

in town. vice on the care of the skin. All ONE WEEK ONLY 1

Barefoot is attending the ladies wishing have an appoint. 6 1-j
M. I to ,
Masonic: Grand Lodge in St. Peters Coward garments of all descriptions ment with :Miss Stone can call the milc-8 paved streets' being added to. Step into the "More, write or phone u"'. Well do the S., !

burg this weal!.. = at all prices-combination Drug Store and they will arrange/: n I city's system of pnved thoroughfares rest. UnderstandMiss: Stone's' massage: and advice are !,

complete clasp-I I definite engagement. I fret1.MITCHELL'S. '
Truby (Newman, of Jacksonville. rounds dancelettes.! girdles .

was visiting friends here the latter Stump's! Store. Bishop. Juhun, of Jacksonville: CHRISTIANMeets

part of the week. and Rev. Stoney of Gainesville I DRUG STORE
:Mrs George; B. Flynn, of New- for eonsultn- every Lord's Day at 10 ,I } 1 af*
met here Tuesday a I J
Mrs. J. E. :Muines and son Hal, berry is spending this week here tion in regards to religious affairs I a. m for: Bible study and Scriptural I '

of Lake Butler were visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs P.I i Bishop Johan was accompaniedhere C"". munlon.

here Frulaj.Col E. Canova.Mr. by Noville Johnson, of Jack- PRESBYTERIANSunday 77uratt.. JBfen
I I .

Joe Hill Williams, of Luke and Mrs R. L. fpper..on.ulIlchilclren : ville. While of Rev in and town!Mrs.there Carlton Wl'rt'gUl'lIt" school at 10:00: o'clock a. i I. f.

Butler was attending to profesnional of Jacksonville, spent !i at the Rectory m. Preaching service\ at 11 :00 a. en.l i i
business here Friday. Sunday here with Sheriff and :Mrs and 7:30: p. m. I
I
W. J. Fpperson. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
Sunday afternoon a Jacksonville 7:30: p. m. \
Blue Goose and Brabham peas athull's crashed II .o. ,. .,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., I \
par into a Buick standingat ; I The Junior Christian\. Endeavor - -- --- --- -- - - - --- .
P. B. Bryan and daughter, Pearl,
Store.
and Mr! and :Mrs' Frank Bryan of''! the curb near Corpemng's Drug Society meets at 2 o'clock p. m. L (
Store. The car, driven by a lady, The Senior Christian Endeavor | '
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H. A. Tucker, spent Tuesday! !Manatee, have moved on the John : :
Dr. at Call and Walnut fl'-iS o'clock m. I
made the turn Society meets at : p. 1'j
at Green Cove I Itigdon farm northeast of Starke. .
Wednesday I
and and before she could straighten The executive committee meets the i|

Springs attending the prel'bytt'ry.//j :Miss Eulanae Cobb, who has the: machine out hud completed its first Monday of each month at 7:30: ,, Condition of I ;L
and rammed I
the street
T. IJ Pinholster, of Booker. an- ,, Teen upending the winter here with lash across p. m. t
for representative, wan u'' :'Mrs. Mary N. Biadshaw, left re- the luckless Buick. A cordial invitation is extended
dilate ''ently for visit with relatives -- to all to attend those services. The BANK of STARKE
to town Saturday. : ( a in .
visitor FenneHHee and. Kentucky. Dr and !Mrs. .1. Mitchell; Mcs-: I BAPTIST
--- I It. dames. R. I 1'" Clarke, II. II. Young.II. ., I ,
R. Gainey merchant' of Brook. -------- A. Tucker K.: L. Browne. II. I I. I i Rev. Thomas Bunsen, Pastor.

er was, u prominent visitor; to town :Mr and ;Mrs R A. New-torn and Ames and :Misses. :Mcbel Wcller,, Sunday school, 10 00 a. m. As Reported To The Comptroller APRIL 10th, 1926 .
:Mrs. G. II. Bennett, and. daughter i'
Monditv. and Kate Livingston attended the i Morning worship, 11:00: a. m. .r
Gussie :Mae, spent Tuesday. ; shopping 6.30 I
Presbytery at Green] Cove Springs: B. Y. P. U. service ; p. m.
Levy Canoxu i..f Jacksonville. in Jacksonville.See Wednesday, and also heard the address |I Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. I II

.spent Sunday here with his parents made by :Mrs Ruth Bryan I Mid.week service, Wednesday, : I
and Mrs: K F. t'annva.. the beautiful displax of e
Mr; Owens, a candidate for congressduring i 7:30: p. m. I
curtain materials and cietonnes the noon hour. We invite you to worship withas. I ,I. 7itFSNlltl'Fti
Mrs. G. Wndrews, ofew:; --Stump's! Store. '
t
town. Monday ;
River, was shopping in Misses! 'olubel.lnc: \"Peat I! Reddish, Among those that spent Sunday Political Announcements I ;,r,. t
at the home of :Mr and !Mrs.. J. J. I J ,
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here : ':
of BradfordCounty "
vntn
Kid Rev1'. 01.: :Moody, To tho Dt-rmierBtie
were:
StumpN with their parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. I. iron f k thin mrlhod of annotmaiavmy
kid at : t'' *
White pump. J. Reddish Vj of LllcroM"eiMrs.liIIle; : Gainev,, candidacy' for the offle of R.,pr<.*_taI > CASH ON HANI AM) IN M I

of Fort My and Mrs. H. 1'. Gainey, and children I tlv._ If eltct. .. 1 promlM' '.Ith'''' tad .*. HANKS u _ _ $ 7U 21.6:: : "
Robt. A. Andrews oBrooker Mrs. Raiford fielvnt Mrvle I Bollrlt yoor.ear..aR..p.etrullr. I
afternoon :Mesdames" J. Fpperson, JM ; I T. PINHOUiTU.Notle '
era was in town Sunday i Brannen, of Lake Butler, Mr.; and I M United States! Bonds _ 11(0.0<> .
Brownlee, G. W. Alderman, and
visiting relatives. G. C. White, attended the W. M S. : Mrs. John Eddie, of Waldo; Rev. To tb* .n..... ftf Bradford eon.. County and Municipal

Mrs. Wilmer Holzen- Institute in Lake City :Monday ant I I :Moody, and son, Percy, of Green tyt I am a ....dld.... for Dtall. Konds! _ _ :,:i.(>00.MI( \
Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. A. fropl Bradford" Coonty
Cove Springs In tho LwMatoro
; ;
dorf, of San :Mateo. pent thiweekend > Tuesday. J. Underhill and baby Drew Red. ubjoet; to he Dnnocraeic Primary' Kl_ All l Loans and Discounts! 17.'t.2.tt.'t: : () : : '.
here with relatives. lion to b.> hrl< In Jan. 1921 I f
One piece Gos and combinations = dish, of Heilbroon Springs. GEORGE!: P. YOUNO' Lawt*.. Pla I III Ranking (House, Furniture .
and Fixtures 9.2ft..IV:>> 'I
Yellow Dent and are ideal for both slim 'I t .
Early, .o-=
Craig's The Woman's Club, under the KTwIf a aaadldate
1 hr.by
and heavier figuresStump'sStore. _... I Itatl. Other' Real Estate: "8.571.09'
Prolific seed corn. N. B Hull. II for nomination to tbo office of .... - dTII1C
direction of the Health Chairman, : d \
.. In the I .ta.. Inrillatuni from BrariI' I I
:Mrs. E. L. Biggs, and her commit ford county. .ub._ lo tho aetioa of OM |I Sale ('ertifieates183.71!

Beautiful line ofVe.irtex shades at :Miss Thelma Brinson, of Fif- tee composed of Mrs. Edward *Dmocraew I ...u,. tho primary proDlv. of uf Juno thla Bth aovaitr If era atoeV j jd I| Overdrafts! n u 78fi.M/( '
silk hose in all new tone, in town the latter part I Burns and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, will cat and eoncei.ntltjaa. ....I... I| .
was
Stump's.G. of. the week visiting her sisters, I give a May Day health programat A. i. THOMAS Total - .$.n I. I.MS:>> '

of 1I0mo"lIssn. !Mrs.\ J. E. Corpening and :Miss Jo. the club house on Saturday afternoon MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST NO] I II I I
M. Inman, family. xephine Brinson. the first day of May. A I hrrrby annonne myself, candtrlat. .. fur. i.iAitn.rriKS "
spent last week here with his number of attractive children will mi-mber or the School .bard, Dlntrtn No 1-

Cecil Beck, a student at the University I I take part in a playlet and there f 2 tho. and dutiM. prumiav of the. faithful offl... If performance elected, I .of... I Capital, Stock u u _$ "I5.000.0lt..... ":..
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will be an interesting speaker from licit. the tupiwrt of the Vfter at the June I f
of Florida was in town the ::
,
P. S. :MiMillnn: SrilPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
D. MAY
Mr. and Mrs. the State Board of Health.. :Nextweek's ; primary H. I
of the week visiting tt ii
spent Sunday with relative in latter part I I i : PROFITS 20.10H.'J!
Telegraph will give the program -
and !Mrs J. M:
the home of Mr. I I SCHOOL BOARD. DISTRICT > "
Waldo AJvarez. in fullBRADFORD I denlre to _._ my candidacy for Deposits... ___ 276.305.86:>> /( It l
re-elrction to the office of member of the '
Miss Sarah Kelly of New River FIDDLERS! :school board. Dbtrict a. lubiect to tbe
week-end here with her Mt.: Byrd editor of the Flagler ON THE Alit action, of the Democratic primary. June i' Total __ -_ _J31I.I1I.S-J') .
the f I
spent ,visitor I sib and sure the of my continued
Tribune Bunnell was a behalf.
Murrhee.Mr. ,
aunt. Mrs. Anna I ,beat effort In their '
to Starke Tuesday morning while Dark Andreu, of the Brooker section I J. A. WASDIN.

Mclntyre, of Gainesville, enroute to Lake Butler to attend I I and hm brother. Cliff, form ,'COUNTY: COMMISSIONER.DISTRICT I '
attending business here |last the road meeting.A I I er resident of Bradford but now I hereby. announce my candidacy for '

week.wa living; in Jacksonville, took part I county nubject, enmmhiclftner to the aetioa" of from the Dlctrlct voteia' at Three thf |I
small. fire Monday on the in the fiddlers content over WJAK emocrattc primary Jcnc Hth If ..-..1I On the strength of this (statement u nd our past record we solicit your +'

Harness' shipment from factory house belonging/: to Floyd Greenon ,, last Wednesday! evening, in which I' rd office I will my continue...,.1..1.. to conncienttoiia rive the dutlea. .''.of 0''tae''. business!! with a pledge that it will be handled with safety, accuracy, i
Hiill's Store Cherry street was extinguishedM ,, ten champion fiddlers of the state t. L. UNDERH1LU
Just received! promptness! and courtesy.BANK. I
little damage by volunteer pnrtlcipated. Every radio in thi _. FOR CO'llMI8KIO"lBRIKTaICT 4. I I .
Mesdames J. W" Andrews Jr.. firemen ..- L. Burgs spent" \\'e"lnes- event, and it is safe to say that it for r> election an county rnmminclotierHlHtrirt i 1
and E. 4. Hamptun Thermna '*'
No.
day chopping in Jacksonville. T. B. Johns, state prison. insp'e. will he a long time before anotherperformame (rlraham and if re...I lfru-d will, continue t* I :i
tor wan in Sturkp Wednesday .r.spi'cting of equal! interest willre pive the county the b.., Mrrv,ce I an
of Stuart the condition. of the cours- broadcast, from the" Jacksonvillestation. capableof. I coticie your vote Mt the tri
;Mr. O A. Andreu mary Jun. Hth G W HINSON .
was in town Wednesday visiting juilllncl: the (convict camps. in this of STARKE
friends. section. Cliff and Dock Andreu, were the" NOTICE TO DCRTOrM AND CRKDI1 t tOM I I i /
two last performers of the <-v<>. ii
Robt. Jnurdan, O. L. Times-Union had the i
A. V Long of Palatka :Mesdames. ring, and the
Judge visitor ht'reYl'd- Beasley, Edward: Burns I Ruth CulIft'ppt'r following to say about' their pat Notice .la .hereby given that. all creditor" I "The Bank of IepfuScrvicc"/ / 1

nesday.was a prominent and) J. M. :Mitchell, and of the program: "Cliff offpre,1r.oldiers Inn fatateea. claima. .d.tnhut..., "" .Ina'.the and estate all penwn of H has LMlanehard It t.

daughter/: :Miss. Lucille spent :Monday Joy, Horse. River WildCat : .drcvaced.. late of Bradford )
:Metropolis.Among and :Mississippi Sawyer county, are hereby required. to prment their .
Lewis Shriver of Brookpr. wasa in the authenticated to the nixler- I
llalma duly I E. S. MATTHEWS, President R. J. Davis Cashier
town Wednesday af- --- I I'oc' Andreu, who won the Bradford I lirned within one year from date, or thfc 11
visitor to hold. In bar thereto. and ..IIp.n0m I
notice will be
those II'nhnlTUt'Aciuy/: I county fiddlin' championship .
..
ternoon. tnd.fated to red tala. re.quireil '
in Jacksonvile were, Mr: and Mrs: ,. some fort years a 1IInd/: claimingto to pay their. laid Ctebta ta ...d ads f t t tt

, of the F L Turner, Rev A. Dunham: have placed in more than a I"minintratri forthwith. ..
I W 11. Hayes, rnnnairer Thu' lath day of March. IM
Mesdames R J. Davit and little thousand frolic, ashis BL-ANTTIARb t f
country gave MRS B L.
w* to Gainwwll business Bus here Co.Wednesday.. was attending daughter, and J. F Kickhter, Jr. selections, McAlaster, Sugar .-".....-... AdmbilMratrla ...._.__._. _._._ ___.___._.__.._ .e._._---a ".








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FRIDAY. APRIL 23 1926
PACE SIX ADFORD COUNTT TELJSGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I.I .' "Judas" Sheep Lures 750,000 I :- ATTENTION I To Poultry People I


I of Bradford County

. Farmers & Farming | Ship Your Poultry and Eggs To Us. We Assure You Top

t Of Own Kind to Death Market 1"rices and Prompt remittance.v .

(llj II. F. Ward, County Agent) g gt' Will Pay You For Next Weeks Shipment- HENS 3lc

fC fC per Ib.. EGGS. White 30c per D

t' FARMERS: AND! TRUCKERS ARE IIW1TFD TO CONTRIBUTE jj g= BILLY ruin no con"'I.'nc'" Per 1 I Here's Billy the Traitor r : SPRINGFiELD POULTRY CO.,

: ARTICI OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND (0 thlll'II well" for him. lieu Jacksonville 20 E. 8th St. Florida

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY & A pulJ and professional. Juilim.

) .G: Defrayal's his stork In trade. i iI
: r.bruuo..;";?';? ;? ;'2'ii''...........57% I -.- .
,, That' how he make his tlvlng- -- -- -
PKKM'.M1: ; ; RABIES TillS I SUM homu demonstration agentiin
county nuLiition leading members of hla I species to ,.."<>..."."........""* /+.."""' ..........:
MKKI' ; putting oil programs death
Tho contest began April 1 and will I i
Of course Billy's not human. He's
It >-ot-ms time tf call! ath.ntionof close October :U. It i Include til. !
siren goal ut that
only a goat a : For
Salei i
the citizens (.f thin. county thllt following: And when he slnga If you can call

it IH 'fettinir ni'ulthp time thai I. :Menu\ planning for family ol I Billy'* bleat a song then that' the

thiTe me HO many eum-s of rahie five (women's club members l ) I music which some 750000 trusting
uniting the lnirn. We all know 2. Six recipes (women's club! sheep have followed to the hutchcra' ,. Dean Hampers, 28 and 32 quart ; Lots of less than 25 at :

what i-ffuci this. dri-uil, disonsc hall mi-inbcis.) knives In tho east five yearn. 20 cents each. 25: for $4.75; 50 for $9.00; 100 or more 1
others of
and live
the animnln which ,, nmonK |f county his kind Chicago packers would" be @ 17 l-2c each. Car lots 6 to 8 thousand, J
penally Mho arc liitti-n by: u ruliiunirnul. tmn program, including both production quite at a loss. delivered at your station. __
,, and utilization ol iood. I Sheep sent In for slaughter must '-
'
j:, This disease,. can be greatly control 1. ISi-l gums made by underweight be gotten. In humAne manner from j
i ft.1 ., It'll by vau'inutmn the unimali club members. the pens to the place where they are : J. L. HARRELL

''i which are most likely to contract Thl'1 purpose of the contest Is sail kU lcd. :

,, the
l' < d linoUMWhile i I i :ill i linker cotin. i> and nutrition specialist, to 1 bt. : To drive or frlKhten them up the 4 ................................................

ty I Wll H culled on to treat Il gOOd the furthering of not only increav. runways the would l.iw, Likewise not 'be suoh permittedunder nrnr - _

1 number of dogs. arid better ;
one vaccination ed production" but also us< tlce would race the blood and make _
IH. i.linn!: d I to ho Kootl for at 11 hiimu products.. Or, us she put) I the meat unfit.
-- ) :>oooo<>oo<>oo<>oooo<
al
mnntht. Hut
leant twc-lvt" by the all these to
it another way "To use re.ulti And so with thlngn
'fl means do<> not wait until the nnimaJH of our club work for the pur. cope with" the packers hired tillly. long: ride from the pleasant farm which means death. At that door
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ltd
where grazing only lust Hilly jump back to ">
thy were ; t
bitten for then the roxt. i is ju"tf' intendeito They feed him well and he iloenn'thave I
{: pose which they arc leally I work hard Matter of week. only a routine tank to Dllly. Your HOMEThis
to
three times us. iniuh us three .ior\c'-- the happiness anti, healt) t fart he works very only a little while In The Gale of Death Perhaps.he would, hung his head a Brighten Up

""hot<" are require"!, while only of our club fund I tea.. i the mornln Just long enough to Then a gate open It l la as though bit If he could or wanted to. But nn
one I it required where the animal Milnulrition and undernourish I lead, a trusting flock fresh from train their cries for rescue had at lust we silj before llllly has no con. Spring With

f' is vaccinated before being bit. inent should be largely eliminatedin and" recent pasture to the quick been hoard. science.

On Auit which I trcutwl 1 wan bitten fumillies where the one planning( I knives that end It all. Everything: I Is over In a few minutes Nature didn't provide him with
A long fierce bleat Is Hilly' cue. -Just long enough for Billy to one. 11.'. waiting now to commit
few months later by a rubied the meals! has u thorough know ,
a
The sheen answer that cull./ Here clear the slaughter scene and stnrt his crime afresh tomorrow. SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS
animal, and, the owner informedme ledge of nutrition and the foot 1 I. a leader found at lust after the the II rat sheep through the door Tea, Billy la a Judo
that the \ac-cinrtion prevcnte'l need! of the body. I
.
the illH'rtxc Miss Corinne Barker home demonstration -
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.' tho dug from coiitnutintf ---- -- -

while in another CHHP, after agent in Suwanncc 'eds of the body, and, shuuld al- out what trade wants eggs; with free herds. I
one was bitten by a rubied dog, I I' county, has done some outstanding .
be children. brown shells and! what trade wants
nyu !given !growing The fact that a large of the
,,_ work having reached part
wa called on to treat it and by u nutrition ,
:2. Skimmilk gives to adults those with white shells and then state is still under
Inn three ""hot." we prevented 2, )Otl( children I since November 1, quarantine THE BEST FOR FIFTY YEARS
n.nei"led. helps but dues not keep each kind separated from the makes cows that will be profitable I
members
thm dmease from (developing. 4ilO of whom are club
I
i Mitain so much vitanunu nor fat. other and market where each will producers. Good producing >
If there are any people here whowould She: is beginning a campaign ::. Uutter is essential in that it hi'injr the best price. The color of are not raised under ticky condi-cow
their ., all dub members in the For
have Sale
like to me treat am mg By
ntams more vitammes than but. the shell doesn't really have anything tions. In other words, good
togs, or other Uiinmili for prevention county not yet reached. 1 .r substitutes. Unless the child to do with the worth of the pro- I
uucing cows-cows that will
S (
pro
of this. tliHPUHP I will gladly! (.KASSKS!> SHOW UP I tt I plent of. flesh whole milk, egg, but some customers preferwluitehiled duce 750 to 1,000 gallons of milk in JONESLumber
will
do HO. Thm treatment cost of and will be ;
should jjfet extra amount good eggs, it a not found! the
\\KI.I. IN J I'ASIIUKDGMONSIRAllONi year-are in same
.r, each for 1 while larger
$1 0 < <>KS .
with that
butter.( them
h lit> to us to supply pasture with ticks..
unimaN wi'l 1'11I> t more, horsean< ; ; : i 1, Chve>><" is vah-ible, : in its nat. kind if we expect to get the beet; ,
:JOO..ll'h. That is. if treat The question of pastures is an
cattle, $ '
of ..1 I "mi 1'1\1 inm I combinations I ifi prices.. I Supply C.OOOOQ
A number &
Flu.
(.ijinesville.: and that shouldreceive
t-d before Iti'inx bitten while thutreatment i important one, one ;
titter lieini bitten will Braises in the pasture denmnstratona -, i "h..lnt. a :'ow t'inperuture.. I'rcsd- AntI, while we arc talking about due consideration It is .
St. Lu- 1 hi e-i1" for childrenhould! be .selling eggs/ we should not forgetto '
much. : in St. Johns! Flagler, quite true that the native pasture
bo three times< a* .
i ui1, .h'1r1LI' given in small eat more of them ourselves.They .
this that I do not kee cie. und Okeeiholiee counties put only furnishes good grazing; for only a
Will 1 Biij | .. numberof ,
in
Extension: Disisiim I i i t.It can be prepared a
the vaccine on hand, but can order the Agricultiirul; .hort time in spring and early sum
of the University and tin! I t i is eoneentiated fool.Milk I.i. I. ways gesides. boiling ami frying : '
wishes to have me mer. By native pasture we refer to
it if
anyone I 'InridfEo.t Coast Railway Company I !r. : dishes help to teach the and, "ham anti -," I ate some -

treat their amnmls. in cooperation. with faimer.ol .- tl 1 ,: to like, nul'i' and thus to get nhirred eggs for the first time the (Continued on page 7.) I ..,-.--.------ -- -- -------... -,- -
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i ill ticalljjminli'HH
This trentment pnu ; hi. I1 supply, other day and they are delicious, ;
showing
counties are uiipiite
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and. I hnve nivtir? hail i 11 these .
fact byJuuh I'r.v (lil\I i I| tune the t power to uij.i. | --- -- -
well.] This is reported
bad rune after when i-ffeit-i.treatment tiiUHi'il" nuts I M. Scott, animal industrials .. (......[it f.p'-i'v, and muscle huill.1 iAlIfl'ING IN; ; FI.OKIDX) SAY MR. FARMER;

Koht. \I.'. Ward. I of the Agricultural Extension: J Division iI i- 4.' ".1! Its vitnmine ('on.I't. ( By John :M Scott! ) I

who has just returned from "ii. < m'nc-al!1 content are Do want fertilizer for all
complete
I Animal Industrialist Airrieuturul you a crops grownin
., I .t not tlubtruypil. It is
.e
The plI\.ltr'm'n met lust Suitor- mi inspection\ trip in these coon ->
considered. the best frei.h: milX MubI Extension Division. Bradford county, a fertilizer made from sulphate of
,
day l afternoon to Ret: oriranizeil ti. ". lie was accompanied' on thi! I
and have called a "III'ciul'] l mt't'tinLfor trip by II. C. Mi-Lc-iidon, uitriculturist "titut.B... sure to read the label.. Ammonia, tankage, nitrate of soda, murate of potash,

next Saturday afternoon at ::! for the Florida East: Cons Ii it "whole" "partially skimmed"or Few people set-in to n-ahze the high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure

o'clock to meet in my offiee, at th> IJa.lway Company I "alt i lllm..d." importance of dairying in Honda. and acid phosphate?

court house. Everybody l is i uivitei > 'Ihexe' four pasture grass demon 7, Condensed, mil'!; has too much Too many folks take the attitude Then try

to utti-nil this ,meeting and,I Jon I 1 "trillion, are growing on MlilhtlylIf..rl'nt ); sugar milled., It fattens hut is not why worry about dairying in Flor- E. O. PAINTER'S "BRADFORD COUNTY SPECIAL"Guaranteed
the balanced fund needed. for energy tIll! when peoplt can make u" much
,
the AHROciation, MO that we cai types' of otI I, says Mr Analysis
have larger iuiiiitit to tut.Il, thereby Smtt., "However) all of the grassed body building i and health. more more money out of cit rus an 1

enabling us t to (fit better mark seem to be !growing Well "anil thi ---- I truck crops ? The question in, ('nn .+!+ "' Ammonia, not less than _.____.__________ 4 Per cent

I'll. I' 1"' nil/
JUJU'! IVAIU' ), I good sod. ( : TO HE HKOl'tilir: of citius or truck imps? It is
all will have developed a
right to kid oneself about how t 'p Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 7 1-2 per cent
County Agent "Carpet grass, is making thi INTO MADISON: COUNTY:
I moot rapid growth and sprpudini I I' much money the other fellow i Mortician, Starke, Fla. t List Price $10.50 per ton. f. o. b., Jacksonville, Flerida. ,

IIAMII.'ION: : JOINS HUM I faster: than any other grass. Dallis liainesville, F4a.-C"UnlYIt''nt makes from hia. effort Never the- t Member of Florida Funeral i Cash with order $35.50: f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey. I;
KCO.NOMU'K; : : STAFF tFEXI'EItlMV'F R. E.: Lawton of :Madison\ county less the fact still remains that
!grass Is. making ii !good show Car lots of 15 tons or more $1.00 per ton less.
: : : 5llIUNainesvilk' : ing. but duo. to the fact that it Is i: and Hamlin I.. Brown, extension hundreds of cows that spread their Directors and Embalmers Association. .
and uho\i the :\10. For Sale
dairyman left here recently on a winter summers by
bunch it is not spreadingas
a !grass ; .
( Fill.I II. (i.; llumil rapidly I I as cut rpet. northern trip to punhase 100 dairy; son and Dixon line mipply: a large
i HiKlructor i far calves for club members in Madison part of the whole milk consumed in PHONES
ton, in t in manure. "Hahui grass has established it- t J. L. Harrell
I They expected to Florida. What i-. more, these herdsof
ment for the College; of Atfruultiiral'eioni.iuist s.c'lf in every case, and! lespede/a i; county.
of lhc) I it urluIi(, Kxperiment showing up well in all the pastures. stop in Tennessee and, if possibleto cows in the North are growing Day-1 Night-59-W I
obtain the desired number, pur. larger each >ear. This means that t LAWTEY FLA.
Station. lie will continuean "All of tho farmers who are co. With DeWitt C. Jones j ,
invt'HtiKHtiun of citrus costs in operating in this grass work arc chase the calves in that ttut ., \Failing I. tIe, folks in tha North have taken I 4

'< the state. on which he him beer 1 unt Iiu'uuiiuttit', regarding the uutlooli!. there', they planned to go to pity on us. folks in Florida and are + t .-- .. .. .... -- -

working for the past several for good pastures." Ohio and Wisconsin.Madison supplying us with milk out of the I .
months.Mr. S : county club boys' and kindness of their hearts, or else --
IUlI.U OF LEONA record, in club they find Florida a good market.I ij.
Hamilton started l a survey KUDOLPII 1I1 girls have had a pig =a- --
of citrus. costs last summer, after \>'AKDKD SCIIOLAKSHIP TO I work for the past several years, \From .Jacksonville south along fl ; ..===

having obtained the promise I> of cooperation COI.LF.CK: ; OF A<;:itUTITUKKOiiiiiesville : : and now they are going in for cu'.l: the Kant: Coast milk Is higher priced I
by the packing' houses> I clubs Mr. Lawton believes that than anywhere else in the Unit.

'. in the state.. Since then he has III'. 1.'IIl.-ltu.I"lph Her- I the introdduction of I 100( club calves ed States. Why is this Becausewe v *

cured. records. from OK packinghouses .1 lib boy of :Miccosukee, Leon which will be purebred and grade do not have enontrht dairy rows ftttfo>:

{ mid l hopes to( secure records County, has been awarded! a scholarship I Jerseys, will add a lot of good stock in the state to supply the statu to I tttf.

f from a total of I lUll before the to tho College of Agriculture to the county which might well be supply the demand fur milk Pairy-
: work is finished. of the University of Florida" used I as foundation for future men have in the Past been nfrnid

:Mr. Hamilton pi.INK to leave Ot.- for having 1 secured the largest )'il'I,1 I herds.. of tile glimmer -nil-plus of milk,

11 tober I for l'onu-11' I'mversity, It- from his acre, according to an announcement Tho project is sponsored by the. There i is no summer 'l1I'I'lu' If I thu

IIIH.II N, C, where he will work for by It. W. Illucklock. Madison Kiwanis Club and is financed Illinois dairymen can afford to

his tliH.tor's. di'iri'ee. State bojs' club agent here today by :Madison hankers.lU'UAl. I keep cows anti milk them and ship II'I

-. I The ,scholarship which is valued at (. COMMON:.-: --: SENSE his milk to Florida, a ntlit II malicn

('IXU Clltl.S: KMtOI.I.INC::'; ; ; : S'17.: is I-t''n' by the Chilean Ni.i.t profit then why cannot the Florida I'

: HHt I'l MIMvIX ('O'l1'I'ST; ; : l.a to Agencies.Rudolph; National; ; Kgg: Day May I BringsThe dairy man make a miu.h betterprofit

produced 7I.8'I !> bushels Egg; to Forefront. for himself.It .

(iaine-xilie, Fla.-I Interest of of corn on his acre, using nitrate is true that if thi I IlIi..n"I'> i iilairymen
h'' mo d<'monstration club ,membersof .,f -oda! as the sole source of aninoni.i ( tty Spuds Johnson.) I IEvery I had to milk Home of Old 6

the state in the pumpkin contest in his fertilizers : day should be egg' day (rows found, in this state and called I879I

which wasturted recently, -- -- I 'L May 1 I. lU2t!) lj. has! been nallll'oII ilairy cows, they would, not stay in
luLls exceeded I all expectations .if .It':'
those. sponsoring the contest, and ,I CI.t'H\ HOYS' (;,VII EkING: ATOI.I.KCH I mean that on, May I I. all the hens I II \Ve
n laige number of ihili I members supposed, to Icy need adore food dairy cows- .
(' : : OF ACRICULTfRKiiunesvilli' (: I of the county are ,LOWS; that will produce not loss than At Your Door
1 b L\e entered."Over I I at leat-t one egg. It means that t>n |
two and, half of milk
I.IO: gills are planning to ( Flu.\ -The week of ;I that day all the pT-ople 1 of the coun- a trillions n VXthJVbthmff RsetoTtiy
,see who can !grow the biggest pump' Junu -I2 has been named by tho try are supposed to give serious .. .
'I gallons The that
a cow
year.
pro-
km 'uMhuw and! Hubhard squash Agricultural Intension Division as consideration: to the egg as an nrtule -I Equipped With
.
lutes 1,0(10( gallons of milk a year I
in the county" says a report by the date of the annual lio>'''' Club of food. i I will be profitable The Front and R.... Bumper
more averse -
\ iHII Corrine Darker, home demonstration Short Course to be held at the College The egg is certainly good as food! I ill autde AiKooutieWuMialiieUCIean'r )
Florida at '
cow present proluces -
agent in Suwannee County of Agriculture according to anannouncement --when It i la fresh. This National I '. ,
Rear View
less than 200: gallons of milkin ; Mirror Tronj.mtxioa .
while Miss: Pearl Jordan reports here today by R. W.IllaiUlock Egg: Day should help us: who keep) ;
,
Low Is the Lock
a production IJ4'--"a (
116 boy and girls enrolled in the boys' club agent. It Uixpc'cted poultry to have the value of an im-l I year. I kuilt-lni)
of Radiator
( ause no profits Shutter Mat..
contest from Nassau county i I that more than 100 boys. portant poultry product brought I a ;
:'Ilr.... Harriett Tkknor, intent In from nearly every county in the forcibly to the attention of the There is no truth in the statement .1 4Z':. Meter;Combuution Stop and
I < Tail
U .
i Pasco reports that she "deliverci .tate will spend that week at the American public. On the other hat cows in Florida" will not pro. ill I: .bt.Eoex

l Hiuash'| and pumkin<>d to 8r garden -I I University hand, we should give the public luce as much milk as elsewhere. .,

\ club girls, and a great deal. of Tho week selected la also commencement only fresh eggs that will be goodto Enough! records ore now available
is being taken in garden : of the i to show. that when cows are given a I
interest week at the University : eat, or the reputawon egg
work." I I .Lt f Florida, and! one of the attractions -i i may become bad. fair chance, they will produce as

Reports from other counties also for the club boys will bt the i! If we make! a habit of producting nueh milk here aa cows: do elxe cons little more than lowest priced "Foun". Built on

rl indicate that there i ill wide. interest graduating exercises at the state infertile ('jlt's.lf We keep the roosters there. Kecords are now available famous Super-Six Jtttenu if pve. the performance
.iF in the project over the state.IIOMK I institution. Most of the week wilt penned away from the h..ns- 'or 12i: cows in Florida which how I : onoothnes comfort( ,
I a yearly production of from 750 to j good lookj and riding ease of the largest
and
selling
pt, lie spent in a course of study con. and gather the eggs every clay I I
I I DEMONSTRATIONAfiKMS: : : I I ,I ui''ted under the auspices of the market them regularly while they I t.OOO) gallon of milk in a year. If ', III'Iij "Six" type in the world. It U economical in fuel. tipea, oil and
( WILL IIAK A better hese 12. cows produce 7.;:>0 to 2,000'I retains
: I Agricultural Extension Division.Experiuiwnt are fresh, we can got! prices I maintenance high\ resale value. In every automobile
1. NUTRITION CONTETTallahassee : Station, and College of for them. When handled in thutmann..r rations, why can we not have 30100 ,- .'I qualqttia CImC proyecJi.o thchandaofmc
\ I quality product'I I' cows that will produce an equal i, tlw1300,OVQ own.r..
i Fla. Malnutr.llo.i! Agriculture. they are a
I S depend! an II mount? [I
undernourishment are two which the buyer can on ;I
)' and I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES he will bo willing to pay a )little j There is one very important j SMITH'S
very GARAGE
words that mny not moan I IIII:
f: nueh to the average Florida wo. I Weekly From Home Demonstration more. Egg! should be marketed point about the above records; that ] Starke Fla.
t months of these records were ,
I. good
\ honw l ixften through the summer j 5, none I
much to
man, but they mean !Specialist*. Tallahassee I
j.; workers of the state I One other thing that might help undo by cows carrying ticks.: All II -
demonstration
); unj. a contest U i in progress. among I I 1 Whole milk supplies many us in marketing our eggs i I' to li..1 of these records come from tick. _

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AI'Rn. 23. t926. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PICK SEVEN



stration have been established A.r.alar Fan4To of Hlk in I) re.In (.. ,in Smith hl Seen South. Ranire Nimtcen, >alno th.'Southiaitt he Public Record* f.f Bradford Cminty.1'n.mtnnory .

pus-lures tl due Mn.h I I': n HH5 1 of H.lltben| .t .1.| .rt<.r Wi-rt of Rv. Sec quarter of .thf Northrant qilHrter note, dated June I90H lathe
i in the- northern w..tern. and Hy .ml' c.IU-ct'-.l J. Tp. 1. S It Jl! Kaot: .H-IK| Knnc Clark. 1'In Section FourtiM-n. To..I'I'' Seven num of Forty iNillara tf4000)). 1.".

-. central parts of the state, and i Vnl... aald...rl u.. .h.1 redin.m.ilnrror.MliK 8.0Ih. Ilanire NI". Hn "n''nln.' in by 1. F McDonald' and J. R. Ma nen |1iy. .'
'lllh Tn hitl. dm- \pril 1 I. "'.:" fJ ;I i l tax will JHHII, .I 210 .... 1 .ln. ( he ..0. \ .. able .. C F Mnrklllle. tiwethi-r with, Hill
lllrs. both the west coast' and east coastsections.
: These demonstration pastures \ .m\' official, wlirnnturv nuil Hialtbi to th. American Tumi, t't.mt\ ancorH '" 'fl "I'IO7 u\eo ti. ..".. .ni., | not.I'lMiiiinnory I

Hv ( KMKHT n ( Hit. :''in ilni <..f Marrh. .\. l> ID''". >ratlin. u* Admlnlntratcir, of th. E. note' dated Vo.cmWr JA.
show very clearly what can ': \IKKNM\N" tatiof C F Mark Ilu. d..ia>nl. bv .!. |.ift.| n./.v Jcano Hurliy. pnjnbti fiv*

bc> done. so far as establishing a ('I.tKk'M LHNAMIU HTVTtMlNTFUNOS Clerk Circuit, tintJanuary:! 1. 1)117.) and record*.1! In .n"fh. date the ord".r of <;. Draitfi1.>l c'ountv., Cnu., 1..1 I H.,1, 11 vane .I7. of the 1'iiblic Ri.> F Mnrkllllr In th. Kiim of Forty 0"!'.
permanent I pasture is ('on"'rm.d.tio"1 SK: MI IK C A kNICIir.. ':'ordn of 1.lo.. C..n'',. Florida.Th. "K400UI. toiielher., with that certain. unre.conlid r

Sr idlie pastures may be hud in any M.mthly finnmIi.l ntntin.ti.1' .r HaM.,1 4-.'. 1.4.0 Pi-puty' CltrkNotre gouthcaot' ,""O.r.., of th. North.nIuunrtir 1i of ".1. of a mule and wannalien f.

section of the state if care and, | County. fur tin- month .T Miiivl.. I l. t of I..I..n. (ill' in TownnhipSix IToiui.rv I., .-.". ..10 dati-4 n... .
n. Pin-mhrr
(;.vnvr.il .Fund t mi .n'' .I Knnue Twenty-two t t2JiiHht. 12.
mdgmcnt are used in the selectionof I Hnl.v' Mntxh 1 1.'-. ATS.;!) !IFRIF. '1 "AI B : ,. nud, cnntaininic furty acrra morior .I"I ,..<,1.|. r... yrara After date. In lha ,.

the soil.Crasv Ki. cr.-tM.| duiinu niuiilh Jit. ;- | li-nn lH-tmr the O.n. I..roMrly| conviMnlby of KlKht h"n".1. F."hl".ti.. dollar*
\\urrnntit i-MUi-d durtnu month 7.10 II h-t-nVy ti-tfn. that under and K:. M. J.h"., Spivial' M.I... to "I'heAmeitcati f'1. on i n... Jon. and Jvalomle -

Ccrfcssiomof will not grow successfullyon April l Hurt IbH.41I by virtue nf tint ,,tain writ of elocutionintmrd Truwt ( .m".ny. corporation, .I.n. tonether with that certainmortiiAuc
1.1. out of nnd uttdVr t he nenl of Ih.* uf th. r-nlaui of (1 KVarkillle. on ..1! proivrrty In .
u soil that will not produce a I Kinnnd Forfeiture* Fond ( Court of tlhi* Futhth:, Judicial, Cir A.I".n'H..to.. .. by D.'i'J dnted January <'nunt>'. Mori.In.. ..1 mortnaiie 1..Mo" .
'I.ul
a. JBCM7 wife March 1. 1126* __ _._ 17111.4.2 .. .
_
...
i. / 'n the of Florid In nnd furHrndford date
a. e\en with (Aid note and
n-ronli'd
recorded la
fair cjrop of corn or ,'ottOI. A lot | .. t.ur.nt-t mouth 1 KU'-t.un !.I. I I. 111. nnd in l" .d llotik .
I 1..1. that certnln Judtf. Hook "S", of
C..n.y. upon 21. pane of 'tho PublicRecord*, ofBradford paire 870 the publlo recortaof {
of troubl.in the pust with pasture.hns .- 1 ..- ,iKHUrtl tinlinw month Thfi M' mrnt Ih..ln ppndinir. whln J. R. Colt County. alo llradfurd County, Florida.: ,

been that too many of us ex. Hnl. A..I. 1. lutMl Rund Fund 19as9I : ) Comi''''. n corporation. t I. the I'lnmtiff, < The Wrot half of'I.ld.th. Northwext quarlvrof Promlanory n... dated. February 2" ,
nnd Crawford In Ivfcndnnt. which InIO. paval.l.
two .
I. yeam afu-r d. In tha
pected and hoped to produce goi% I H.I l Mnrch I. l' J6 ::1H4.00Kici judirmcnt appram or rt-ct.rd In Judtimcnt" Siytion ICaftt.2A. 'Townnbip. Flv. South KanueNineteen .urn of Fifty, Dollar* "lino.00))...mad. by) I.

lands that 'too I >ipdurinic. month U.Sl Hook '\, I'aire J t. iif Ih* Public Kecordaof .0n'.I.in. elifhty acrea Cun Hunt : ,
pastures on were i Harrni.m .iMHtieil
SALLIE'S DECISION\( : / nice poor to grow any crop successfully. Hiil. April 1.1!*.!* -. 4"7.40Widow' le,.,.10 upon, nnd w'l ..f.. for ..-.. .\ by E John*, an Special' Matvr., ,payahl. ten year. After dAle. In th. 1"1
having
th. American ,
unattached man always I i-ell th b4pnt bidder Trunt Company\ a corpor.lation Two .
nnd to
Nothing be P.no I hlvhiiit Hundn-d I>ollara I tl.'OOOO), ,I.
on hand to drage me places." can more disappointinl' fUl. M..h 1. 1928 .. _-. .9.&, r.wi ciuh the following 0.,1" pn.pertv Admlniatrator of th. J..tat of .litHt; 1 I..r Gu HuntPromlaNonr : .. iv

When Curtiss returned I haJ that to spend money grass MetdI l ItiTvipu. ilurmir inouih J.!!. In Hradford ..nl'. 1..1.1.. t..wl' It', M..kll., di-c. wed, by .. dated Feb n.l. dated In the year 1114mad.

"Do you go alone with him ?" 1 and then spend time sowing it un MnrHiittt UHUffl riurinit month. I That certain tract or pnrci'l I. of .., 111.. ..0 rrci.rdi-d In I.-.l Book by H II. n".km.n. pavabl. to Vla-y '
.
finished packing. father. H*.. April I. ll>.!t. ;.' J"Ou..nd. ) I in it and bt'inir In Hradf-'rd County' FlntIda. > 2 pan* th. Public I..d. ofi Markilll.; .
"Well, it isn't hard to see thatyou've qu.ripd my poor sandy land that will not pro .. lndrbt..iM more 1.rl.uI, di4.cr.htil. a* ,the i 11..0. "i.uiity. Florida.. Judiiment' recovered In th. Civil

made mind about "Usually there's some other couple. duce over seven to ten bushels ofI llttl. M..h 1..0 __.. 1928UiceitM .h".1 quarter of the Notf beaut quarI Th. Northrant of 8 >ctlon quarter Twenty-elifht.of, tb. SouthweatqilArter Town of Record for Duval County .1.,1,1.. (.th.aum "r.
*
up your | tiurtnK 'h VIOlBhumrnunt I II. Soutbeaut' quarter of the South.W4j of Five Hundred
m.. .d th. and 117.
Not thut it mutter. Ted corn to the acre. One might just .. North ,ahip Four ((4 S..h. of RAnuv Twenty-two .t-.n
leaving, he said j-lanc-inK at the wout I iturtnu n..n.h nt quarter nnd tbe went q..h' Kant: anil. Ion 1".1". AitAlnBt E. A. Parker, and
pieces of luggage deposited on various i is safe-now married. Besides | as w1 save his time and money, .i 1.1 A.I 1. IDJtl JO IT |I.r the Southeast quarter of Si-ctlon 12Townhip ,ban, beinif th.. .cam.' property forty acrea conveyed more by. ....1.,1, rnrela-n Judiiment. Book Four.r
A 21 Eunt,
Fund Kantf* conlulnlriff 771V. of the Current
chairs and tables. girls are allowed to go places lold pastures cannot be produced 111. ..1 A.r.ulu.. n_ ._._ _. 61101KfCt.ptn ISO ncrca.R.u'h. K M Johna. aa SpeclAl M...... to Th.American |11'0,Pmal Countv, Florida.Judumrnl Public RecorJa of

with men besides their husbands in on that type of land., Choose the d.o" month ? JJ4tDmbanMmrntai 1 Smd aal* to take p.nce on the 3rd tlnv lYunt. Co".n,, a corporation.aw rvco\rred .in th. Civil Court.
No reply. this month ... | M.v. A. ItH-fl. .h..ln. the ,leiial. h<..r, Administrator, of the Ental. of tieorneK of Record for Puval County. Florida. In
generation. Thank ftoodness, j better types of soil for your pastures durn. !I.t .. M.kll.. dated January." 1.
He the room to where HH.. April' I. 19- 633 47Bolldint .1.. day .In. flrnt Monday, Itil". 0..1 | the aum of Right Hundred Forty-five and
came across its being done. I'd hate to go to a and your will be re- rand i of Mav nnd a nalM ilny of naidI I : Deed Book: 21. pane BH-100 Dollarn lfn4HRNi aralnnt John

1 stood beside the window apparently dance dateless." 1 warded with a .cort that ".1 y rch 1. iv-.fl _______..... T.B6 I Court',
absorbed by the red (rushing pasture I..I iytn du.'n. motit h the South door. theAh me h.\n.\ the front'door Lot Thirl "lift) I t..I.n Judiiment Rook Flv., pan. 2I of
ami Smith .
) of
For a moment Dad will supply grazing for your herd month .. of (Vurt Hnunr. |11.,1.l I h.1 lot the current recordn of
burst forth intermittently was lost In re.flection. Ol.bu..m n. Ih 1.k. I( Nineteen anJ Went half of Lot Thlrty-on. ""hl. Duval Counity <
fire that ford Florida Florlilai
: ; Stti '
Hi.I. lltJrt County
t.
"I can't get used to nine or ten months during the year. A'ri l 11 1 > of Si distant furnace. He a married I i AIM, ,il, 1 I I". W. J. FIIFRQO. I 1 i' : i D.-ficlency D.-rree In th. aum of Ona
? in .
from some :
Townnhln FUi>
ill I ;
: South of I
The that have to the .. Itaiuie .
woman going out with other II grasses up BRADFORD COITNTY. Shi-riff H r ml ford. (.I" ." 1221' E..I. 'Hundred Twenty-.lKht and 10-100 Dollar.I
'T.'y.I..o I nhown ,
an
his hand gently on my J. L FIMFKAttorney : on map .
placed I .
men, Sullie, having dates and runfiing present ime shown their aduptubil1ity ] | 8TATK: Of FLORIDA. for PlninUfft25t4.10 |lor .ald aiTllon. Town-hip' and ...".. Said March 10. .in.1 A. J O.n. ..0.,1.
1 bervbjr that thi forvnfnir MtittvI IH17. In th. Public
shoulder. Florida conditions, have been e.r'f map helnit fileil, in Cli-rk'* of Circuit A.or.
around in ity to j .f. Haker ,
such an unconventional I I rm nt uf and WfirrmnUi i'a i In th. City of .. Floridaaald County. Florida.Three .
"No use being peeved, honey Dallis liahiii and, lespedeza. -iut-l ,,|fami.t tht funds uf County Cour .
manner. In-. Carpet ,1 1..0n" CO"IIINPRI SALBI County. t.n pauo One 'II.. of mapnand Promlnnory notditeil" D..m.. .
know Tin month of Muieh. 1'2" .* nnlcorrift ltradfor.1. *. I lo.n. made by A. J
he said calmly "you perfectly : I "I..t County, SaidaKio Croaby "..hi. .
I "Don't say 'in day' Duddums tt> the bit of my knowUttn*) .in.l I IS llr.ltH.Y C.1VEN 0 f In th.
my NOTIF .h. pur- 0..1. 1.1. h.1 I. contain* \.kll. nnmn of On* '
tome .
.
well how much you mean I IHL'LB bt-licf. 1 I .0
1.1. di-cr of the Circuit ou.. ofDmal ,inn or *, Inrludlniionehalf I".d.1 Dollar IIMIIOfl' On.
I it'l sure sign of old f. IW..ly ." .. >
Sallie and your absence is going getting! ant (.IMW.NO ALACIIl'A I C. W ALDERMAN Countv, Florida, dated March 21rd.IliJA. of nhiittinu .1.. which byI Hiindr.-d Twenty .. .'" 0. nnd ;
heart with desolation I ..cr.pit You're neither-you're u COl'NTY 1 Ul'STHalnllvi.Olle Clerk of theOre..it Court. I In .thnt certain can** now therein I I airreement of the partiea i hereto, .h.1 b. | 0ne Hundred Twenty-flv.' ("12S 001 1...

to fill my ; lamb-pie.. So there! Give us a kiss.I'm | : \i l.milfor.1 County. pen din IT In Chancery. wherein ROYAL fomver upen' publie, travel "In. 'lara nnpectlvely, <

at the same time under the circumstances By C. A. KNIUHT. U. C. ltx"uF: \HI".I.lt:. n mtn..r t.v n.h. th. ...e prop,'rly. conveyed by I Peflelency In Ih. num of Flflylx t

I think for sake, it'sthe going. I kissed him lightly on | < of the most un- '. .nl friend i I. the com'plainant. Ji.hna. Special' \ Mnnlvr, The Amiri,* and "0.lilfl .Pollara llnnuni axalnnl .
'
your
.
his forehead and I.M'ltX P \KMLLIK.' :. .. i can Trunt ('oni.auy. ,
and Ted, who NOTIC a cnrpnratlon a* Everett: 17th,
best arrangement we can make joined | occupations in Florida is that I I II I a1n, are the defi-ndnnta. hrlnir cane Ni I Adinlnlnlrator, of th. F...,. of I.eorx. F. II.h..d." ncorded n'.1 In (Ir.mh.. Ord.r

for the present. I've known how was waiting in the hall, hit in hand, I of Thomas K. Godbey of Waldo, ,i iI Advr-rtinrinfnt KrUtlnK' to I Jo.t Pot.rlm K2T3-R. the und.r.ii.rned. an CommlHiilonemnamtil MHrklllle. .. ... l.y deeil dateil. April 11..h Kimr ((4). rail. 7.7,'h.n.of the ry Current." I'

and eager to get started. I who bulbs for living ue- I' 'lu W h.nn .it. Mi.v t'onn-rn .. ,. ,IM H-T-.. In aaul drcrtt*, and .ord..d nnddinvted S, 1U17. and ricnrileit In Deed Hook v. I I'"hl. Itecordn of Puval' County. Florida.. '
dissatisfied been dearest grows a will offiT nndoell 2)14.) of the Public "
you've for pnv. lteci>rda i.f
l I.>' t"r. : :
The Charleston had changed the I cording to the Florida. Digest's; isi nt public auction nnd outcry, at the County.. alBOTh. ''dated ,
and what a struggle it has been Irll) h..I'.h.' .-. of ihi r.-loniiil I... I1--'- .10... Fibruary 2. 1 IIU* ln the aunt of Rl
old order of dunces. i Fan tern door of the Dm a) County Court following Lan.l In linker' '11".1' Dollarn OO 00''. .
Unquestion-' of recent date. of Niitinmil tir< IMHC'n County pavable
for you to adjust yourself, mentally .u( a i( .f .1..k..nvI., Floridn.between Honda. : M.kll. tovether. with mortvan I (
1 nbly] it the "ul.ln. .
to the new surroundings. So was rage of the season. :1'larB ago Mr. Godbev hv the, ....n..I.n". '. m .ituly Hiithor- : the houra of o'.lck m.. andt Th. N.lhw..1 quarler of the northeant .\. 0.1. .n.1. "'..fl..1 In Hook "T", "O.
It was at rhyth- Hfil Hml .licini.i-il IIIIM* l.4.i lottSmci o clock p. m.. on Monday. May 3rd. ltt.,6.he 52. '" A..o.d. of Rrmdfonll
small nurnt qunrtirof Sirtion Viithtven: In Town
I do believe a visit home will make 01'1 fl.cinatinl. cume to Flll'id.l. bought I l follow'\\nu d< cribfd, 'land. and property I l Cminty. FloridaI'rnmlnnorv .
mica] Ihexi* | ) hnvinot IMH-II ii'trulHi-. nhip Three South of Kami. Twenty
amusing contagious. In. 'H'lr.. the and condition hereinafter one
trnm
you feel b.ter I stead of i I farm in Wuldo, and, then begun i iI I 'ty ..unt..'."... .Hr>,.i.U ot Hccounli',1 fur. it't on forth i r.tM.. cunlainin.1' in all forty .... mor.or note madby I HardlnaIn .

"A VISIT ? I interrupted one.step, fox-trot, tango flowi-rs. H WHS plai'lnd j nor nny ..I.m. ..Iv. tlii'rvtinth'r byi | Flrat. Trari len. ..In. fl,. Bamo property conveyed .the aum of Fifty dollar* ,.(not, tinted
eyes the I J1'owinJ Ihiit vnliii'litut nn-l by K:. M Special, Mater Aununl 22. '"12. pavahl. O F
or walze., orchestra was I i Comiuiny thi-y .II The lands. In Puval county.Floridn J.hn. t Th.Amirlran MarkIllie -
plr.KUI.I.I thnt he and familyoccupied.
.
and voice filled with anger. "You I simple homo hi. j v old In 1 ho l.Hi-.rt, .r M homHor\i-r ttu-y f.I..ln.: Trunt Company .' and one note made by S. H llardimr

told me to and stay for for to pluy mostly Charleston But he knew how to grow I j| n.iiy fnll anil nny clnim t hrr Minil.'r wml'l' One hundred elttht and rlithty'Ul.i, hundredtlia aa Admlnlntrator of the Kntate 'I".lon.: dat-d PivemNr 2*. 1"12. for th. num ofof
-
go number At the opening notes flowers. .IMilliunl' Htiil frH.lul.-nt. If rouiul 'lhiyi '110ft HA) arna. mom c>r 1 lentd F. M., II... di-cenned. by d,....I dated, lib.ruary Sevenly-elunt and HK 10ft Pollara (.1S ltowether
j
food. My voice begun to wavtr. a few couples would fctart bravely i whiMilt) .hirHurni 1 .l thr Sotithi.rn ofTiciI .cribnl nt a Hirhtwoodpout a. 1'1.' and reronlril. Heed.. Ik"N" with "n..d mrmnrandna*
the nf ( .. Simlh, Ciin. .mm'n. .'." of 'the Public H.ll. of Sale of a h. And certain hnu- IFRIDAY.
"Now be fair Sallie I did no And now-he is known as I thiCotnpBny nt .hl. marked on South l>ank of ,' 21. I.. l.ol.l :
dancing then suddenly in a fur corner f Nn of :'of C..nl chattela .
him claim any iinturc purMort'iu' i ito Biw I'ottAhurtr Crei-li. belnir the NorthfaMtcorner l.k. 1.,10.
Buch thinl. < I did say thut you'dheter a debutante or some young matron "Burlwnk of the South. bo txiM.it, upon them ..I bi> rici"wnlxi'il. i ij ( 11 n tract ot j.nu cinveyvd t
stay until I could get on my Thomas K. Godbey lives j j bv the toni|>nny. Thi* .piibliu .Ii .pliMInk. by 8. I*. Frri. on J.IU. 11.1H76 Florida' i iTen 1".1..0 f .I.w."t.r... and K' ''0 Di.llra .
would '.
doing the Char "til th. the Clreult Court ,
begin ,
.' mitM>i- ocrontinvlyCOI.OMXL runnlnic thi nee du S4 uth alonir .n..0
"
110)) 1_. SectionKlftvlMo
alain. However I. ton. Immediately they would on that ".I. trl.t. I. is still flKK I'XDRHVMtirFIH.frnnch : the Taut line of Valade'a, 'land ftftyaiithtand 'in. ).Townnhli..or, Two 121.. South' J In and H Mann f.ir. C-nunly.. Florida, auainnt
defendant .
you didn't either, said until cease their one-stepping and become I growing flowers and ,. than I IeVtr. of Nnt-niml' Fire InHtirnnrv Co ofIfurtfonl. twenty-eurlit' hundredth* ISHSH) chain* R.n". T..n' -.v.n Faat.: beaTinninirat I broniiht by In m.r" ". fore..
; I Mill..: A C'uiin.'rnl thf< FaJtt nineteen nnd elirhty-thre* hun .21 "n"r .It American "
HySKIHKI.S nr
could back with point on th. W. line of lot of
you woo me afDrtun.that's Years his hair Company. .
part of the circle which form have turl.d < ,. ha iityDt) chalna. North I 1..1 an A.lmlnl..I. of tha
; 0. .. o.d') I .h.n.* o ten .., now by th. helre of SaraCarmlchael of ft F. .
what you said and v.-hite he is Fortune has I'ottHburir Cre *k thenc down aaldCrk ownl, M..klil., *ald deficiency'
C .
ed an audience around her. The but happy. j 4-J3> .l.| t'oliimliiH. I hundred thlrtyatxlt.ltt I decree havlnir. ,,' on the.lth "

a whole lot of other things too, men would mark time with their I come to him 1 because he did a job :, ._- ----- of followmir it*: m..ln"being pnrt. to of th t heplace I nnld| fn-t from th. Soul hermoHt cormrof .f I".h..n. ,. I1M7' nnd. ,....0,1 in lhapublic "
'
..Innln. tf-n ((101 acre 1 runnluii thenc.South .
that I r.member. I think it win hands clapping a soft and pcrsis. and dnl, it well. NOTICE OF ELECTION tract ..n..1 ." O Mclntyr* to S. P.Firra fifty 1501 degree I.t., went etuht' hundreil Pnimlnaory: recordn. note i.f nald dated.n..1::.; .1
's. I.mad.
IDII.
horned of to invite me to I Tlv the power vented In them The A..I by dce l .*cordr.1 l a mo nit th. formerpubho ninety-two and line-half (HtU 1-21
you tent patter. Now and then some Although 08 years of age, tha 'of I'ublle Inntructlnn of Bradford CountvKUirldH. ..1 of Diival County.' Florida. In feet a ntak*. then aouth 40 deitrenn, rant .by A.I..I"I Pvlea. and (1 P Dylen. InIh.
leave I concluded. "But anyway of herfl.v t-lertlonfl be held IWd Hook at 817. nnd nlao t-t-inn t .num !" ll.indr.-.l Ikdlara "IIVOO'lOipayable '
pax four
youth wO.ld punctuate the performance morning sun finds this veteran I .1. h..I. aevcnty-two 14721, feet toatake. to I Butler Bank, tom-lhi-r
I've decided to accept your invitation : 'I the at his tusks. From small on 1..1.'. ln F1.v..n.h. 103A. at the the nam" I.. of land conveyed by Sarah. nnrh fifty, (150)) ilenree. eaateliiht I..k..ven tint, recorded In MtrUvaii. withmortiraK.
de-mi
I named *Hntrirlw. P. Ftrr.a to by
!" soi .rh..1 rnl.wln. M.r M.kll. huld. ninety-two and nn.h.1 {I s.. ".". 8S. of Public R.-o-
"At'er girl!" bed flowers there has grown n to eli-rt three .. and as- cordr-l. amonj? aatd. 1".1. ... In Deeil ,i, 'IHH2' .t a ...k.. then | ordn. .r 1..k .. County.' Florida h. :
"Please don't say that dearest Kuchyear's I Been the mlllaiie fur the enntiinu two year* : Hi.ok "X", at pait. IO. wi.t boundary ot ten ... .lot belotutlnirlo Pmmlnnnry note "
of -40 ,
I tract than acres. I 1 tinted "
you know that 1 can hardly bear "Yes-sir that's my baby! more I For the pnrmme nf hn"ln.naM election A No a tract of I.n" described .commnnclnir Dr A 1.1..y. anil ..1.1 ten '1101 ..., IH1I7, made hv T II Iol".m". '" UI'

Faster, faster faster would. go harvest yields a Blal for In .-ai-h. iliHtrict. the rol.wln. manaK...I: at Ih. Nort beaut corner or. lot of the helm of Sam (.r.h..I., to One Hundred and. F 1..11.l ..llnm ltl9UO', )>
the thought of your I trart of 'land conveyed Martha F French I "I... of beiilnnlnic. nelnir .
lelvin : Bam.
he art propirty with
tune but still busy.At .1..nln..I. r.l.w. I."oh. chattel morwliaire
the silver and the un.o'.I.d
tiny slippers diH-d Kit Valadt February
did that Idldn't : ManaHem. by f..m 0..1 conveyed by Carl N.bl. aa SpecialManter .
pel haps sny some things C..n I .1 AI.n..n. I on print Inn pri-nn and other ".
and n-corfled th formerpublie .
sllht. boyish figure of the youth preient Mr. Godbey hus 15 |I e Mdermnn. and H<-n Int. 1HH1. amomr to Tb. Am'.r."n Trunt Company, acorporation. al property ; .0.
mean howrver you Itoaier MnnaireiH' K Ronler, Jaa. r-Tordit of \.1 C.un.". "'I..hl. AM ,lmlnl".I., of th. Ea-
exacty. dancer would move harmonious, ncres in narcissus bulbs alone. T'ienet : .1 In Peed Rook "Ie", pan* 11. runnlnicthenre I tate of (ieom. F Mnrklllle, deccaned. .bydiid I Pnimlnaory:: not. mad, by W. R' Kene..
know that I to buck .
you come Rj Hier and .Tan. CanlilnarrahHm I"h
wlnt ,, dnted Heptemlii-r
South f, (5H twent.eltht 9. 1914. aum of
ly in artless and primitive ahon- profit is $1. .y-e.itht I daterl NuvemlM-r 6. 11)17.) and recorded
I to me just as soon as your little appromixately OI' : Manairerw John Surrency, I ((2H) linka to the Houthrattt corneri In Peed: Bnok. 1H prure. IIK7, of th. current Onn. Uundred Dotlara. ItlOOOO' ), payahl.. .
don. Here faithful imitation ofa to him. ,,0 I Wn.dln and O. FoirK.I C S A M .
a per acre 'cordinj H"Kide. i i of Maid tract thvnre Went three hundredfnrtynine public >cord. of Florida DliiirMd..r' toKelher with
n County, .
heMituted."and .
visit is he
over and I I New River : MnnRiren*. J. K. Adklna.B 1..nl ri.rordid chatti'l, .
"dark-town strutter" on a wind narcissus bulbs] grows Easter .ilf'l' fi>i-f thi-nct* North fiftveiirht alo m". on crop.Pnimlnnory ,
j when feel that can I F Renfroe and O. W. Anilrewi.Sfimpann rhalna tlnkn andrarntM I
you you
I 150 1..n'F.I"h. I note. Joint anil Beveral, mada
.
blown South Carolina levee. The lilies cnllu lillies and numerous J. I. | The and other ) ;
[ put with the wife of a ators : Mnnimerw. C B l.o.n. with the- firm In. h..r to HiirI'ottubtirr 1 r.l.wln. J".I"m..1 by. fi. F. Markillle J S. Pi-Ice. d.. ) ,
up
t. ; being more perfect the adherence to the other flowers. About 10 Wynn and M V.n,.. Creek th..n.. ". nlonir' Hnldrrrrh 1'.rF'n..f.l.n.I ,Itbrunry III. 11)10.) "Do th. aum of .

.' man who's almost busted., I ITamptonManawrr* *. A. O""I..n.'C .. the point nf beulnnlntr i containIn ." tleerea .nlervd' Jun. IS, 1917. 'Pollara llnooil). ".". to lak. Rutlw
TlIl1 and more applause would be acres are in sweet : Imw, 1 In of Four Hundred N nH y-thrm .
It was almost impossible to remain peas. f.awhorn and J. V. IT thirty '111' nrr**, mura nnd Hank.Pi !

; hurt for any length of time showered upon her. A dainty slip 1 He p'ants! about 50.011 narcissus ,1f, : Mannirer*. R !I'J.n.. l.ewl. J. W. hrlno. bi'.i-ndid. of MVMM nn t he F..t",bv H"I,the?'landnifnrm.rlyi M.,. and. I I'HIK.28-100 dollarHU12H f.f Honk( 8. of th.) an.l Mlnutn recoril. ,nfIhe fu-lency." ih--ree nirnmnt fl} W Johra,

with Curtins. His manner was < of a girl with skin like rose-petals :i bulbs to t the acre. Such bulbs] now .. and S. L. Pnci.tI .. Qotilh by the 'landn i..I,1 of W. H..W.tlen Circuit 4 Cfturt for 1.11..." County and In the aum' of On.. Thounand, on. Hundred .
KI ,. KICKrlTFHIf. ., lwenty..iKl.l' and.1"O' Dollar*
elegant high-heeled slippers n be bought for approximatelyf.2. nn the W it-it I. ', r..m..lvl"r .,11. I I "HIIL'M f.ill. In.
can th. ault hniuiiht
charming and hi reasoning 'nl..d by
power of silver lace just touching I WrrGNi. (hlh.nI.V .. KM Vnltnt.* and nn tbf. North II" rl.rl.I.D., Ilecri_. entered January 12, 1 hiAnn Trum. .. .
and honest gown prr thou :lnl, speaking of th" .itMhunr <* nnd. part of '1 of Three .m".n. a*
.
sa absolutely just so : ; .In. 'h*uin and 18.101 Dollarn ,, "dmiiiMnilor of the .,. of fj F.
.
after satisf.et; : ... dortnndingand her slender knees her bobbed hli.tossed <' Chinese variety which Godhey a : NOTICE 1 Mary by deed re-corded f
iI Mlnf I Ih Mmiiti-n' of the Circuit .
of .
back revealing a facn refined | Makll. Alia lhii< I ,l..f rleiirv
?
di
the most successful. Paper I' onfd In I>id riw
tenderness he took I .
an hour of nmonir .h. n..,* Court fur 1.t..1 ( ."v. FloridaPiflcltncy : belnir entered on SeplimlH'r 2. 191*. and

me to the station nml, thu begin beauty-a young girl imitating whius. another kind can be bought II | Tn .1. Kiuhth' J1 (1..1 nf .1h. I 1 Hook ''H7" nt Heron pair.d 4ft1 TrartI I'""". entered January 12, recnrdid lu Mlnul.i Book A. |.au. IIU of

I negro woman-inconsistent. ? |1 for. $15 thousand. Ptnt'. .r Flnriiln.' nrmlforitC'fitmly. inu. In the mm of Five ""n.I..1 Twenllfind the I'ublli, (Civordu of Bradford ( omtf,
per The landn Rradfrtril
nnd
our first separation. I 'be. Flort-la' In fhnnrrry. 1 1PrfclnJ I f.l.wln. 'in '\\.lfl) 'lrnllnr-4 IU"t'I. .. .1.1 ..-....1..don Hi.rl.la ;

It was thrilling being home again W.I. ma n..tlil. as to the narcissus J"row.1 Tax ftrhool, Puttrlrt Numln'rotlI t'nl.All of..Lot.n.h.Tw,.|. i I?' of Portion RU f 14I. nIn .pave 474 of Hunk. 11. of f M nuteaof Peficinry peen. for th. aum of Two

in my beloved! Florida with it', : The dunce\ was o\ev. At least' that th ure given here ns example of I I I Ki-htt'i-n, of Hrnilfortl County, Flurlilu, Townnhlp." Five
dance was They culled for culture | !.tl.n.',. .*2n> Fat.. belnir tbe ..m. properly neretnfnre 1..11. l J:' 1/ll/ entered avalnnt J II Ti on In
anil friendly] fart-i, ov.r. how flower .
familar sights profitable
n. the forrclunure
entered aull
y January brouiiht
romeyed l I.y V M J.hn. a* SperlatMnnter 1..f.I. .. 12, by Th. Amer-
and, of course it was good b.inl I tho next performer. proves ut this little Florida Clt).. 1 J JUabbies ''Stnt'** of Florl.la. to The American Tru.t Company IQI. the aum of One Thounand Flv. iran fru.! Company, aa Admlnlntrator

father. I "Annabelle! Do your stuff now __.__ I II i ItiHimmlint.Nut 'i a cnrporntlon. nn Admit.lutrator, of th. KNfitte l.n.I..1u.1".four and 80-100' p.illnr- 'J '!" K*'*" "' < F Markilll. avalnal J.M .
with :
once more nn is ire In hereby (tUt-n to thn publta nmlJ > of !.rvf> F Mnrkillle. d.naned. by ( l 4410):' ), ...1 n-rordid on pave 47> of rinon. it nl entered on th. 15th day
When a girl marries and returns honey! I or hyrophodm a coin- ,J fntpnyrr* nnd rflin-nn of Rpi-rfiil, Tnx i iffehnot deed dated January I. IfllT. recorded In Hook Six of the Minutea of txi. Circuit of .lutii. 11120, and recorded In th. Publlo

home history made for lu-r emotionally "Annahele!" mon disease among dogs especially DiHtrirt Numh.' >r .! 18, of B..dr.r.. Dn-d I'-H.V' 21 pair. .17.1 of th. public re*. Ct-url for. Rnulfoyit Ounily, FlorlilaDeficiency Ilirnrdn of Nio.mi.1. County, Florida.Promlnnory .

wis the months. The iCnnnty, Flnrtdn.I pprnonn Ir ..- on.if' nf Pratlford County. Floridn ; a.HO Ileere. entere l note made by J, L. Hincbmnn.
the matte d1\1\
summer J..r
you j ji : : ; I -
when she sli-en, uric"" tlnr.' \\'hut. Iurinl ''th >rfin thnt on thn ilny nf D.r.: 1 A fourth e .pm) division arrordmic ,. the l IQI. In tlie aum of Two ",""1..1 Sixty' 1. dated February 24. 1914 In th. lura

in her he
.j' a won ; muns unless treatment is taken at 7.. A'lklnn one of the .luilir-tt of the i i of Norlheait fourth of flection Twentytwof2t. pan.. 471. Hnok Six of the Minute' uf the cured by chattel mnrlKaue upon tw.ntyfiv. -
you.
gnacy in thl I''alzatiol that never tel Hlm. be inoculated '1, C-nurt nforonit d. will hi>nr th* nhovt. rntlrlnl I, Townnhlt. Five rt l.u'h. of R.n.* ( ,... e..r for Bradford ( ...tF. Flor head of rattle a* di rrlbed. (aid murt.l .
again she in thought! |I once. Dogs con In'II'[ rnimi* upon tht. p.-titton of unlit. RIM>< || Tvren*y-t 1221. ". Irulnrlydeicritiwd 'ida i >mi beinu recordnl In Morta-aii. Rook 7t.

"Now you're talkin!" "Come 01Sullie. immunized from rabies.. I Hnl Tt Irh.1 Dintrlct NumhtnRfirh) an follown : Comme-nelnir nt th* Piflclcney Decrr. entered January 12. pnire I 14 of th. Public Krcuril. of Uuvali
down lovers-lanes of girlixh fancy I Nnrthwi-fit corner nf R*>utbw. I ti*>in. nf ... .unl,. Ftorliln. for I .I'M7. In the aum nf Twu Hundred Forty, i Florida lA

nor ] now again those restless hours :I! The dairy cow is primarily a I I'rou j Inn 0-ili-r nt Rnid Court' vnliilntlnti mid, ..n. ituarter, of 1..I"n Twenty-two one and 70-1OO->nllan ftJ41 70)) and rernnli'd part liiKnvt In 'Lake Butle, R

of unfathomable 'earning. And you arc thrown by count.ss | fr'n.' certain nomtr.. 'In 'the Mum nf Twcn- I i''Twenty 1221 TD.n.hln. Flv. fl) ..' of Ranii* on pair. 471 of nook, I of th. Mlntilin frlKeralor Compaay- partnerahlp I.twoti .,
[ and
> Supply two ((22) rtinnintc
hands into the center of i|I' hale'lltinl animal. i ThoiKMinil, r>otnrii| In drnnminntirntt Fnt. th.n.* of th. Circuit Court fur I..o.d O. r Mark III), and II J Stewart
Rant -r.tv-ri.f l wrt.thlrda ntdn
There was a round of parties gi/- ere. 1 her with plenty of pasture and forage || of On* Thnuiifind Pol I am each. i .. County, Florida :
in honor of the returning Sallie. If one started back they were IntT Intpreiit nt the r t4 of: nix p r i! or fcwii. thenre 1"1 wlxty .,1 ., or11m Deficiency Decree
I l : entered
en 11 and she will less ,''ncen- 1 *. thenr W. "HI IK two.thirdn January 12
that hud been remirrected natured, determination, and, pushed i,, n..1 j i ni-r Hnnum. pnvnhl. R<.ml-.nn..ly. \ rcMln. or l-HHa, 'thence nlxtyrodo. 1017, In the aum nf Four Hundred
Photographs in tine after time with before long i i trates and grain. |I .nilH h.ln. Imiued for .h. purio piir- rnor.* or I'tm. ".11 flv. and 40-IOO riollara H47S49)). H..nly'l

aid appeared in the social eh.ln. >lt. ..ln. nehool h.ld'n.' nml A l I. a "fpial dlvlnlon' accordIn cordid on pane. .09 of Rook of .

columns under a new caption. | one's feet and arms, began movlnJ, Conn pulled out his pistol anJ "rnl.hln. i.m. Rnecfnl 1. if tn. .n..rn.rh. mirvey nf th* namePoi.ithw.nt ulea of th. Circuit Co.r for Bradford
BnidforilCounty. County. Florida.Deficiency .
uncontrollably in tune ; Num..d F1"hln. fourth of the Northeast fourth
There were the usual extravagent 1 put !t in Rosenstein's face. .. of flection T..nt.t.21.. lylmr directly 0.,., .n'.rl February 12.
\vierd, fantastic syncopated lu"ic. about to fire Notice U nr.vrn to tho .bovi* nnme ..
adjectives and meaningless, Just as he was h..bF enxr of > nnd of th* 11. In the aum of On. Thounand Nine
Ktel'-j "Sallie's got'em!" asked "How much ill nme dlmeniitonn' and nrea betnir th* ..m. .,.. Heventy-elitht' and 12-100 l>ol.. ',

typed phrases. Wed Ne burn. HallaWcel Rosenstein : herenal| >ove ppecified. If nny they have.wby properly eonveye-d by R M John. .Spe- .Ian Illfnn. m.. and ..... .d on p. .
I missed Curtiss at bridge parties, I "She's Mrs. > you want for the gun ?" nniil. bondn .ihoulil not te v.HilntfMtnnd I 1 clal Mauler Th* Amerlrnn Truat Com- 4M4 of Book Sl. .f the Minutea of the*

and dunces. At Nexburn!" in telling the story said : I .nf.m. ".nF. onrpnratlon. an Admlnfalrator of I Itb Circuit Court fur 11.,0 Cuunty.: Flor* I
Cohn I
luncheons, dinners I 0. Rth day of April, A. D F.... of O F. Mahll. de-ee>ajid Ida t '

night time I was so physically) : "Hot-dog! "And how how could I kill a man i( U2d. dated Jun 4. 1A17. .D.I." Deed !!Tflr'1'' .nterel .lanuary
12.
.
"At-ta-boy! O W. Rook 21 paire 021. of th public recordnof
with the day's crowded houri ven he was talking bUlnIKs- AI.fFR\IN 1117.' In the aum of Kluht lluodred Sev.
weary (SEAL Clerk of .f nrndford County. Florida a looTh enly-nlx and Ofl-100
Patter-pitter-patter. I n.ui' (
ItHlttltt.
quickly and there California Highways. ... Nnrth half nf Lot Fl.ven ) of 111. and An undivided
that sleep came County.,. Florida 111 reeord on rair. R.UI. a n'. .. *.-. one-half Int.mt la
.
time for grieving. In the I I looked up and, 'nect the leveeKlancD E M JOHNi Section Elirhtren "!") T..n.hl. Five MinutM. or .h. Clreult Court- .. -Bradford- !; a>y.
was no for mi"i-H'r.rrnn1edl'.r.n!
full of my father. Without lojing : CLERK'S REPORT \ttorney p"llon. 4.1.414-3. (HI South of Ranir. Twenty ) F..I. contalnlnir I County. Florida, ; ; r,2V'.r?
morning another day's program forty acrea nf 'land more or lea*.
a step I continued dancing. until of the Clerk of th. Clrenit Cur 1 belnir 'th. cam. property conveyed by F 1.f.l.n." Decree entered May 2. 1917. .
continued.
was R..r Count NOTICE OF APPUATrO. FOR TAX Johna. an Mnnter, toThe Am.rt- 'In .h. of Three Hundred.
of tho music hail end Bradford .n Special R"-ln.
his letters the phrase for 1 HKFn: { SKCTIUV 7S and 'Dollar. 'II1HI .
I til
Curtiss wrote regularly account of Taxe. aa.ea.ed fur th. year; 19 8. 'N"III nn Tmet. f'.m"y N c.rrioratlon Admnletrat 31.101 ,0 record.ed
each morning. He said ed. What on earth could be tho K W 1C A YES. Ta* Collector THE HTATUTKHITerebT />r. of the R.tAte of r] F M.kll.. of .. pav.M of B.,1, six of Minutea

arrivinl known that ... C.ontT dated 1917. and. l the (.I.ul Court for Bradford County,
matter I hadn't even T. .t.n..r 1. .
was going o notice la jrlven that t. fl Powell
that Peed 21 K7.. nf fh. Ford.I.rel.n.
new development t.onty pave
and that he was pleased he was invited to the party. Perhaps To H1 M..h I. I 1"J 8..._._ 9M J"By I purehaaer of tax certificate l num orta' of.Ttradfnrd '11". Fo.ld.I'.hl.; .1.n. ., Pi-cree enteerd' February 12.
nicely renpeetlvclr I "1. 17. 151. IffO. Z4J.
he- had, news of Curtiss. I amt. 2 1 4.s Th. Norlhweivt quarter Southwent IVI7. I. Ufn of r"u' "'""Irwl Elichteen
.
He .and laaued the Tar
frolic.
that I was having sU.h a 1.1H ( I"'D' quarter of tht quarter f and 40100 It4t 4ni. and _
to return to to made my way quickly to the outer To h.1 l due 1. Wi* ____ 8728 as : of B..r.,1 County. .10.11". 1.ld Section 2*. and the l.uth..1 Horh. quarter rf. ed In the Minll.111.n of the (; Court 0..J
me
did, not AJi .. fit, HA S7 dated I.ul .
urge
:
he numb. the Sitlltheant ".". the Sfiuthf iMtoiiarter Baker County Florida
of the circle where wasstund'ng tant.T ,
edge mil
him and if there had been time for Pin* P..f.lta. June 6th. A. 1010. and certificate. numbered of Section 27. and atSouthwent Priimlniiory not. mad. by J

kol., do. March 1. 192B. ?! 161 and Hi9 belnic dated July V. A. D ..mm.n.ln. lli-f.clcncy I"e'.enterrd ueuioer I. 1017
of Section .
should have wondered __. 44. eo.n. running In the ., ..f ,
im H.te
it I probably By amt collect* u \ IU17. and certificatea, numbered 243 and f'.I. '
N'.nl.
started once' North flection' line four hundred .
The others more on and 111.100'
nnllara
his 244 twin dated Auviut 2nd A D. |12 ("'90 |I.(. .
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this feature of core"pon.l.ence. ; and fi ct of .
> to bea-innln.r .
twenty point ,
over a. .0.0
for new To April \Iu M. 174S 3* Chancery Order B their patter-patter some b.1 .h,1 and certificate numbeiwil' 11H belna dated Kant.It. hun.lrfd and ninety f. pave IK2. .r
I .h.nr.
acclaiming. .*mi and BrldTo .. Julr end. A. D 192', and have filed >aldI thenee North two hundred and forty .t.thenee I h. 'urrint 1'.11. A..I. of "liuvnl' whom they were now C..nt
Sly letters to him were ussurnnces girl h1 M..h 11 8 .__u___._ 7SI 20 I cen ifiratea in my o and hav. mad. went thirteen hundred and twenty.' ty f'lord.;
___ ; I application I for tax deed i to iHiiua in aa- Mleflelenry pi-cree
hurried scrw. Bv .I.f.d II feet, thence South, two hundred and forty .n'.1' January !4,
in .
of my love ( To be continued next week. ) 1 ..1.". with I.. ,< feet, thenc. F'nit: Hi* hundred. and alxtvffet I 11)1". In th. nnm of Six' Hundred "..I..y.. Trrt"'wnin'i.hovi'1"1; '' "ni1" lh* "' -

led, and trief dil>atch.". Often I ; -- TII bill due Ap.1 I I""I' 4. 1 fraid certificatea reapectlvely .mhracea to Ih. point of tM-irinninir., and belimin four and' 'H-IOO Pollara (f'KH 1(11.. and ri*

when I felt that -- p..I.n Find "h. r"I..ln. 'lanila in Bradford County Sectlonn" twenty-Mix nod twenty-neven all icordi.l. In f'h.ne..y tinier. Rnok a. pKV<
telegram was sent To kill duo l-eb I, !IV-'8 _. __ 'OB 1* ...d at th. .... of the nhnic 'land belnir 'In TownnhlpFI.e "f th,. Currint I'uli'lr' I... .. of Hu*
too man days ha I elaiped] sine I FARM NEWS lly amt ciil'eetid' - 4" nuance of ouch certificate' in tli. name* !d.I".d o.'h Ranire twenty.two Eant val County. rlorliln :

I had written. i reanertlvebhereinafter p..leul.., artforth and ."n'.i.ln" I..n.y.. .. m..Ire- ..f.I'n,, IL.'.. enten-il November 10.
.I'Oi h. to-wit : .
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I rl l h.1 l dm- ." .. the name pr p.'. conveyed by E r.1" "".n' "f K ithly-eiieht and 17.
One evening Ted Billings camto Cnnnty H.hi *l lT Certificate No HI embrace. Lot (I. B'Vt. n.t* \tin, Speeinl, Manter. Th. I'O II..HI.V. .n,, rreoM.
Timu U- 1. "". I. 11>.'< ___ OHIty t. all Blk.' 2 A I.o'n U 8, Rlk. 7 Ixita. I \ Tnint" f-omi.any :haneery > H. ,i, |rl
take to dance at '| I ContinuEd M..el .J902. \m..ln. a '''I."n K. PB,, in ?, ,h,
me 1 I '" .m' ..1.... ., *I" 7. "Rlk 4 I." Blk 10" Lor. I I. 2. .!. -.... of th. FtA>. nt (1. FMnrh I', ""' ""."' CminlvD .
-Hting .
il.Tidn .
ana. Father InI,\ I h.ull.t.1 4. f. 7. Rlk.' II. All Blk. 12 Lola. ". Hlkin deriaHcd., by di-i"! tinted January I .

ilone the enclosed verandavn. T*. linl. ilur April I in'!'* ._.- I7I.1.Ifonntr I Lot Hlk 1 IS. .I In I
on ".f 1' 4, "..r* II. r I. .. i-crei. entrn-d "f.h ,t"i
PnlU ,
: I'uhlle ordH of Ilradfonlrnurtv
mescort I I I F. .. ? Id. i'jn in th. .urn Thre.,
If
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he askeil who was to be j I\ lIt; 1 IN FI.OHIDX To fcnl. do. M.rl IIIJU .n.. 110.00 FmxierCertificate Florida! alaoTl and KO-luo .r Hollar.' 1M1a""n.l.d,. CiHhlyhree ; -
nmt ll. I".""" 0mbrnci fl, Southw.nt the Nurh- recordd -
for the evening. Iv ci, S. i 1..1 Ilk quarter r.f 'In i-Kanory <-rl.r B...k 14. 1.." *
j Lincoln! ritv M TP, R inrter nf <4.M-ton Twenty.flv. ((21iri.wf pave -h.r sBr. b''" n
fi. 14 n i *
from ,
of ) r''I'Ub"e .rTr;
lot | 1 .
"You're quite a T'e.1 (Continued page > r.'h" """" .'
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s.einl < T.I".I.! .lili' \prr: I I. !I" F. aliened W M AlHenC.mfieate hir.i f-Ke > : "onlh' .t Itaox'il.triron. .' : .
orpn't : T..I.I. SubSchoolT No. 47 emhraeia I. 2. 'M" FJIMI. containingn' 1..10.
you qu.stioll'l most ot wire grass and, such other grassesas till dmMiireh I. I 1.J 8 .__ _.140.87 1 Blk 1A Lincoln. City" 8.13...Tp .ill r"rtv ni-r.w m.r,. r ''.. e,- iiT; ""* "' .,"""I 'lock of lak.

"Y -s. he has taken me j anfound, on cut-over pine land. Ify Mint. cnilt-ctttil u --_ -- ( S R 22 K a*.iified I'nknownCertificate r pt one ... to thr* fh.irrh \\.In. thni. ,. .f n. the er Bank Sl.. a of cortiornllon under the lawn

the parties." be No 1A1 .mbraem r.l 4 an.B. .. I..y. ..n".1 by P M J.hn., Stock n./l. repre.enle.| hv
har.l to win I Iluwi-MT. gooil pastures may Ti. bul ilu. \prl! I I"J .- IB* I SIOubRrhnol li1'! 4. Lincoln, City. *.. OnittyCertificate a* Special. Manter. to The 'rlean' TrutCompany Certificate 2f. Innued u, Th-
"He tried mighty if the efeort is put RondTo No Ifl'l! rmbraei l .u fl 4 a corfMiration. Adminiatratorof of.m..I..n Tru. t.r"rnpanv" xdm.nlntrator.

yoU before you married Curtiss but had proper is sufficient. b.l.l do March I 19 2' _. ._ 4 8.1 7. Hlk.' I.. Lincoln City, ajuuiaed Un- the rotate. nf G F Marklllie. 0..1. the F..I. of O. I Markllll..
forth if the desire for them deed daed January 1 1017 r .., under.
him a cold shoulder. I. lly ami e.I..1! 9108 krownCertificate l.y I .no ..ml..o" n. not *..,. mad.
you always gave No 24J emtraea ro' 2. 1 corded IX--I Rook 21. pane S7! th. t.r \ .hi. ,.wrD.1 and Plnhey" Craw.

Like him better now Sallie Extension Di. T.< hl iln. \p.1 I I I'l.'H 417ZB7 4 of Klk' 1 in Lincoln City. ftiMMm>*ed Alono Public. Record* of Bradford County Flor* f..r.| 0..0 January, 211 l.9". for Ih. nurn
The Agricultural Bonda dA alaf' of dollar. .
He's witty Moor*. > 180001.
"Oh. Ted's n good el. during the past few days, To t .l. du. March. Brdw.. -4 _._. I270* 99Kv '*. rrlflrat." No 241 embrace. T.ot S of81k Th. We.t ha'f' of the Northea-t quarter, Duncan and .. .".. .u..t. FK4.NK
lh MLP
to !
and can be depended upon vi.i.n. attention to the production ami. ii.ll ctei| -. u HUH 74To I 4 In Lincoln City, aliened MaryCrrtiflcat. alao' half of Northwwt quarter and c.rlAin. mortvai/e un ral "'.'. In F fl FLMORR
I never couW has given '. th. Svuthw-t, quarter of th. Northweatquart.r ford Ccunty of even date with th. not.

have pep up married the praty.him Pops but its I of good pastures. Demon bal Ju. April 1. IV-9 __ 314K.65 1 Joll. No. 11) .mb..... LoU 6. T In Section Thirt.. Townahip and recunl.il In Book "J". pa*. 10. of













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PACK EIGHl =?ADrORD COUNTY TBL GRAPn. STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDXY. APRIL 21.: I92i(

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"NKi i fIT i 'ou Sl ( 'llR"I ;( the piiMu. to atti"'ml t th. above 'or- 1 ", ilium,,'l.r .
Bradford ,\Ii \t.>rl'. to I In r'li"n,* I in accordanci withplan )
County Telegraph I 11:1\I: i tig/ !l.iijtch. gi itIi'n 'rid' 01| th' fake real e-t The pipe digan is proving very i M.n., mnvMl' pri.vlnon. .peeirteMlnni.
EsrARLISIIEII: : IN 187 t'R)1' ,ti... I tin "binili r 1.\. ." I .iiiul.i j i- now thrcutcutrtith( an- :,1.Ir.II.tlu.-< Uill a- helpful in the .mi,I iin'ncmii. ami contract of Bradford.
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C otintyr
-- jthc-r liau'l'I I inva.ioll. .o''ii. 'ch Iml mum b 11 accompanied" 'by a eertifU.I -
O. H. L. WernicbePn.sidnt : ,, ; in Mrailford' Coun-
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Published, Weekly on 1'ridays and Entered as Second tl.i>sMatter i >au. '1'hi-" iiil'iriii.ttiiiii) i i.. contained in u circul.ir.ent t/u' I maili chirk* ponnle o a I.. K S Matthew Chair.

at the 1'ost OITice at Starke, Florida jnder the title "Nc-\\ HaiL for Suckers." CHRISTIAN Pine Institute of America, Inc. j.y.. Hi.nr.1. f the..( Mi amount.nil Tru bid.....an.. for eviil.nuof five
: r cent i>
The oil! promoter I is the bird which now is trying to foath- Next Sunilavpril 2;>, !Ir Han- I in,, xood faith' and an u guarantee, ::. will r.X: ,If
I bidder -
t-r will preach both morning anj Some man cannot afford to nwarded the contract tin
' E. S. Matthews__--_ __ ___ ____ ___ _____Owner and PublisherJ. 11 lanest" anil befoul Florida according to this organization evening. ",'rlnlln... Subject for morn. pay taxes say a on land while raiding ,I qvilrtsl..u..' !the cntrsr.and. \ (live, bond u rI *.

C. Robinson___._________-____?____.__!Managing Editor I l..te-r.itiiri! minting the purchase of oilleuell.: or of land thatis mir! .-u-rvKi' will "Christian Co- pine trees. The truth is he cannot i I 1: The rmht. In mrrwd to nject any antI
nprrution"' Subject for evenin/ afford not to raise pine trees while I i..11 bid
i to 1)(' drilled, ballyhoo advertisements: concerning( the oi!
will be "Visible Knith" 1 Cor. 3\1: pitying taxes. Figure it out. [ Plans and npectfication* may be seen
of Florida and other of the dollars I ut the office, of the County Knxlneer and
SUBSCRIPTION KATE possibilities: means attracting Mark 2:5.: Dr. Haner comes. to us ,
burned-over be obtained from
Taxes on cut-over, i c.Mii.ic' of the plans may
of suckers to the of the I highly recommended having truvcltil I the of the 'board for ID.00) pri
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance pockets promoters are beinir, 1 evanKvlist and held Idle land amount to a very few i copy.mwrvtnnr ople.. of the Hpi-cificationn may .b..
broadcast through the land. as an dollars per acre in twenty years.In I obtained. from the secretary of the board
Advertising Hates on Application rneetinirx in thirteen different 1 .. .
this time, the land can raise for 10 00 per .t.I
-- .- Tests made in past year and covering practically all partsof states. He is broad and liberal In trees worth from twenty to fifty | E S. MATTHEWS

the state have shown that the possibilities of oil being hm. views, abuses no one because dollars per acre. ChairmanC.
Florida's 68th l'ounty-if one I in created-may be! Ford j they may happen to differ with idle is I A. rUTCH.Secntary 4-21-5l--2l.(
found in paying quantities is quite remote. Purchase of him. II i The tax of lying more (
county named /lor the automobile manufacturer. A move ha* than ten times the tax of Govern
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tock in companies formed to prospect for oil in Florida or I An urgent invitation i is extended
been started for the division of Washington in ment. Let's do more fussing about I.I.
county hind\ which i Iii to be prospected is: wildcat speculation of the to all those whotluim, to be Christ- the biff tax. I I'I.. + + + + + + + + + *
northern Florida and the creation of Ford county, and it isreported iann. A general invitation Is ex.
wildest kind. For the sake of the good name of the: state, as tentled t PATRONIZE *
everybody
from Clupley that a bill to that effect will bo! I to i
presented SaraaotaPurchase of of thu
well as the protection of the men and women who are foolish Ur J. II. Haner. I one + M HomeBusiness
at the next: session!: of the Il'Kil'latul'c.-Exchange. I choicest business lots in Englewoodby +
enough to swallow the glittering bait spread before them by : Young "pigs. make economical Daniel Cracowaner, a retired RIDE GAINESVILLE :

o wild cat promoters, wide publicity should be given to the fact. I uin8. Keep then growing from the Tampa merchant for $J >,000. The

At I Hawthorne, Al.ithu.i county there i.s a bunker of the I that Florida( is not an oil producing state and probably never very lwginning.'Raising/ ._ ,I property was formerly owned by : BUSSES +

eld school He Florida farmers do ; I Andrew Jergen. soap manufacturer :
not attempt hard
says : i will I he one.1"lorida. what IB eaten and the of Ohio. I + SCHEDULE

enough to grow cotton. At present too few farmers have any I has too many real resources of value to ever need I fi-edstuff at home" is. a (food deal + For JAX 7:30: 9:00 a. m. :

staple crop to I speak of, in his opinion. Specializing on fancv for every farmer. I I "NOTIIK': T<) tONTRACTOKSSrtilvil *
j being cluttered up with a lot of dirty, smelly oil (derricks i 4OOp.ia. .

things, and fruits and vegetables: is: all right he says: for the i especially when instead of the odor of oil the stinks they will No OccupationThe I bids will-be r...,cive.l liy the + For G'VILLE 10:00: ai"; ..
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trained fanner and the farmer who will stick to his business .I'oHnl of hnml rrt....., of Uruiifortl County .
give out will be that of unscrupulous wild cat promoters and farmer's. wife at eail ly dawn I Kliiriilu. until 2 cluck p. m.. of May + 5:00.7:00: : p. m.
as certain peanut venders! : stick to their trade. But for the I Gets up and cull. the men; 25. HUH finil at that tim puollrly opcnmlf.u .'
the hides of skinned suckers.-Dade City Banner. 1. + + + +
,' conxtriirtlntf the following nmd in + + + + + + + + *
man who will not make the most of his: opportunities: -who !She put the children's lunches 1 up Itniilfonl. County,
And goes' and set a hen. | Komi. No.4". Smart' to (I.y County
endeavors" : to farm by following the line of least l'cs !ltancl'- : Linn I ll'isk Konil! .
S S S 11
': of whom are dead Those living, Ap .. "'m.7 miltM ++ 11 I I I +I 11 HM Hj
oldlineItaplt's: are to be advocated. The theory of this banker ;I KRAI.TY: TRANSFERS: lire-: :Mrs. S. J. Berry, Mrs. T. L. She milks a halt dozen cows i I'| rh*|" i if,. .I t i, "'' on thu iti.mft on T =& CASKETS
P. T. Lewis of the Hawthorne Kerry Tom Campbell Aluchuai : I And helps to cut the spud; which. -UIKWII 'in 'imirvd are ... ; ;
president State Bank-- a S S S S S S S S S S .p.1
t City; and Fred Campbell high I :She: does the washing, cooks. the nmtvl' ii* folli < : and a Full Line of
may amuse some but it must be admitted he is not far wrong Ann L. Itimntr to G. II. Weller- i Two sisters and three Food, I| Hard Hurfiicinic I 41'Uin ci'tnunt concrete., f
Springs.
i Mhts Hituminoim
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HMphaltte concreu* t imphalt
There is much sound truth in what he has: advocated. And it Tract 2l-2H-fl-22.( 1 15; lots in Starkein brothers of :Mrs. Campbell are liv. And sews the family
is always true that every idea has its merits.! -Florida (Irower. Rixinir'a. milnlivimon.) I ing. They arcMrs.: : '. II. T. Hawkins i aifiiareyards Kuck, lies. and. g In. Rock base only MH,7110> AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ;t
V. .1. Shipmnn to Sarah C. Smith and T. C. Cato of Aluchua; She plants the garden, pulls the I Concrete Curb and (iutur ft.801) lineal i

I litres 26. J-22. I Mr. Muray Thomas of Green weed, fert Always an ...,,01. Tfca .boat aar'1- I
i K.: It. Norman to Sarah C. Smith i Springs. an,1Ir.: Willie Thomas, Attends to ducks and I reese. ; | Kaesatn50(10: ( cubic, yurdii. ; It o 1 ,., ..
10-5-22. i ClaHB A Concrete for structure 61 Cu- lent) to telegraph l .00e.
I lOaerew( ( I of Starke. She makes the butter, Hells the REGISTKRKU EMBALMBB:
j The Seaboard Ail Line Hallway apparently is preparingto .1. I.. I Ilnrvey Realty Co., I 1(1('. tjI :Mrs. Campbfl walt a pioneer I'KKS- I i btc Relnfurclntr Yardai Steel--6HUO pounilrt: t

provide for itself another line in Central Florida according I 1. I.-. and 1 F. It. Kaufman ucren member of the f'ir"tIl'thodiltt: In'w inter, tries out irrease.She etch Concrete. Hariinii ripe400" U Complete) limal' feet with:36 cover Inehm DEWITT C. JONES !

1' -.,-22..J. church of Alachua, a faithful wi'e, in ilinmeterConcrete STARKE FLA.
to information received by the Florida State Chamber of ..f ,
,1. (C. I Pitt mlln und 1 wife to G" ). and a good mother. Ki>es to town on Saturday, Pipe60. lineal feet 19 mcI... t

Commerce. The project would give Ocala and Dunnellon new V l'haw--1 1 lot In Stark Resides. the ""rr"win husbandand I Her only recreation; {i iShe's 1 In Concrete diamett. I'ipe 100 limul feetM inch. t. I I i-u-t++....++++++.e 144.

lines: to the north and at the same time provide a route for use I II. I n. Adams nnd wife to C. ItI others. of the immediate f.irnilv: written in assessor's. books -- ----
I .xt 2 lots. in I Hampton in :\1t'I '
in the event the present: main lines: from Dunnellon to Waldo! I I there me many relatives and "Housrwife -- NO OCCUPATION -
( .ill'H, add. friends, in .\I ,,'hull Citv who wi'Ifeel !! : !" +
and Ocala to Starke became blocked from any cause. The \\', T :.Saxon and, wife to ('. II. < I

Seaboard has obtained control of the Tampa and Jacksonville! 1 I' il."t-.2 lut1". in Hampton 'in :loll'. her loss. S Two Scntchnmen dfcidi-d. to Income 1ti': -1
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(" ill's. ll.l.lMMS teetotalers, hut McGregor :
Itailroad. short line from Kmathla.
IIl operating Sampson: ) City to :- .I.hll", and wife to C: II. CXSII :MAUhKI) roif( K.S:( ; thought it would, be best. if they

Marion: county, 10 to 12 miles from Ocala as the crow 1 > u-ht J! Kits ill !H.impton in :?Me- I wish to announce to the funnels hud one bottle of whiskey. to put

J'lies. The l'lIhoartl'sVIIIlI1't:' branch from :Starke:;; connects" i| ('IIII'!! mlilMrx and growers. of the county that wo in the cupboard in case. of illness ,
: : Reddish... to ('. HI have of hover being could bear
\lol1y the promise" u
After three days Sandy PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
with the T. & J. at Sampson City and extension of the T. & ..1.I .
I lim''t! t 2 Ints in I Hampton I in :\Ic- at the court house. next Friday to it no longer, and said "MacGreu-:

j rom Emathla to Ocala and from Emathla to Dunnellon is to Cu .-* adilMIH buy eggs. paying cash. for same. or. I am ill." ,-

be expected. That the Seaboard's: plans for reconstructing: ,: : Kntimi \I':. Abnc\ to C. H. I He does. not require' that theI "Too lute" said! Macdretror( "I ,, Estimates Made-\Vork Guaranteed
: |I''r>ont. .-Z lulu' j in I Hampton I in :Me- I eggs bo gradc'tl but wants them was ill all day yesterday."
the T. & J., and its: possible: extension have been completedis :
I ("III' n.fdI fresh and he has promised to give STARKE, FLORIDA
attested by the arrival at Starke of a I shipment of heavy I *.'tim. I .Wentherlv and husband. a very satisfactory price for same. CHRIsfTAN !Ij
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rail to be used: in rebuilding the VVannee branch from Stark j t '. T: icI! lo anti E. W. :Miller- We have had other offers but t.
Lot 8 Blk. fl In Staike in City Park. I I this seems to bc the best He will Service next Sunday, inormnif' ...__- ... _._._._. .. ... .... .. p_ ---00
to Sampson City.-Florida ( rower. I j and evening, Rev. J. P. Haner, of
t't"; Fthel: Wentherly and husbandto also. furnish the cnsos
.... Hampton in charge. A cordial invitation
-o_ I J. E. Nickle-Lot 3 Blk. 3 in He pluns to be here Lao days I
extended to all.POINTED .

Plant City in/ HilKburough county may be the biggest ,I i Starke Kthel: in J. City Weuthcily Park. and husband I each eggs week., and for will the pay purpose cnsli of for buying all- I : We can charge your 0

grower( and shipper of strawberries in Florida but it has: no to .E W :\Iilr.'r-Lot 2 Hlk 3 in ]1 bought YES HRS

complete monopoly( on this industry. Tor years Lnwh'y vicinity :Starke in City Park. Kobt F" Ward (County Agent 0Smith's
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PINEPARAGRAPHS STORAGE BATTERY In
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in Bradford lounty }has; been, mole than a dent in this :Mrs' L )Pyal to I I..ilu J. Hough .
-Trail720.: A 1.1'1: Y It\ !lO\\) \ 1.1 INd; ;
business, and it has no intention of sliding backward this year !Mrs.. Flcwiui' 'rylt'r to Leila J. .

or any other time. The} La\\tey crop this I spring is" somewhat I HoiiKh.-Tract fl-7-2O.: Mrs Alta Myra Dueling, :'iJ. O. H. L.by W.rnick.

short of the normal which is generally true of most crops .1. I L. Harvey Kenltv ('u., Inc. to did; at her home 80':* Laiknwannamenuo Prmtidmnt Starke
( t'o. A. (Cassadv. Co.-10( net'PS 20. early Friday morning after Pine Institute of America Inc. Garage ,
this year but the leaders are hopeful that before the end ol' Ji-22. II big. illness.. Mrs I Howling. Fla.

the shipping season the profits to the growers will be as greatas \V. I.. Ritftr and wife to Lena KDoblm : x':as. a native of Ru,for.l., Honda Land ,devoted to the right kind of .
Tnu :Srt-7-21. t..min. to Jacksonville about two - -- --. -- -- -
u ual. Hradfoid lounty lecently t'l1Iplo'c'll a county agent !: pine tne.in this region have four
1 Lena V.. Iloblm) and husband. to I years' ago Those who .survive are main products
v\ho is tendering valuable assistance to the farmers particularly Kmma M 11I1'hll'nhllrI-Tral.t 30-7-( her widowCT! Jeff Dowlmg.: two :

in the buying of fertilizers and marketing crops. Robert 21. daughters, I Henrietta I and Lula as Timber cattle or land sheep.oot1 byproducts. such CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO

.I... Ward is the name of this agent, and! he came to Bradford Frank S." I Hudson. and l wife to Mae; two s.11, ", Jumo and hugh! '
I P. B. Cr'w.-tI. acres. J32l). Dorsey, all at home; two sisters W products such as poles, SUCCESSSpend
after about two years of veRy successful work in Baker coun I Tax Deed to II. C;. :o.f..snn-13. :Mrs. Leila Walker and Mrs. Chris-j posts, tes; and pulp-wood from

ty. 111'Vurll has his heart set upon perfecting a real working ; inrea' .Tl-fi-22.\ H acres.. 31.0-22. Han Johnson. both of Patterson, thinning opeiations. I your money with home ouncernH. !Money spent with

farmer oorganization for his Powell-Smith Co. to n. I. Am.10 .... Ga. : four brothers, Joe, Mathew, W. Pine chemicals or what we know
county. My prediction) I is, \VanllwillIHll'cc'l.d foreign corporation never returns Ride the Gainesville
| acres 25-6-11: L. and I.). R. U'inn, all of Patter- as naval stores, turpentine, rosin,
if it possible to be done. He is a go-getter hard- i, W. F.. Middleton to Heilbroon 'I sen, Ga. The funeral arrangement pine oil and tar. IbiN-Its service is the equal to any competitor and a

hitter, sUI'l'-dlll'r.-Florlda Grower. Mineral Water Co.-7 acres 30-2ti- have rot yet been completed and' Finally lumber. home concern.
5.21. will bo announced later by the Sea.i
o W. W. Colson. and wife to Heil- shole Funeral Parlors.-Jackson. Once started very mall effort

HE: AS!\ UltEKAL AS!\ THE LAW bronn l'olin'ralVnter Co.-71 acres ville Journal. ,I. will keep a little pine forest producing GAINESVILLE BUS CO.UITS .
I profits for a thousand. yean
,
3t1.211. J.21. --- -
Florida's traffic laws That' forty generations I
for
new are enacted no other pur-
C. F. Homer and J. C. Hoover to NOTICE
pose: than to guarantee the motorist fair play. They were I Taresxa l..vilon-.1 I lots in Ilk.! H. I
not written that I the road hog could in Kmmir's. subdivision.' Those, who have flowers will --
so hog still
; more. They UeVV'ttt C. Jones and wife to C. please ,Hend or bring! them to the ..
'-:' were written with a view of rigid enforcement. club house. Sunday afternoon Th'ywill -- .... =- =-
F. and J. C. lI"ovl'r-2 lots in

Buses were gin'n0: t miles on open highways-nn more H. in RISIIIK'S. fluIHIv, !>:ion. Blk.// hi" used for dvorutmg, the I
.
of the soldivrx Thank
VIrs.. Nora Padiritt to Leila .1.lIollth. graves you.
What we call private automobiles were" given 13 miles no I -
I ..- Tract I 13-7-20.: ::!( 1Jo: lIml.\I; MiU'Ks:
more. But those who make these maximum speeds are warned Chas F Puce to Eva F "'(" '0110. I _

by the law not to negotiate the highways "wreckingly." 11.'z-t 1 lot in Starke in City Park Memorial services' will. be* held STORE

The Clara E. 1 Rullins. to Sterl Courtney next Sunday. afternoon, April 25,
Florid. State Automobile Association is for the rigid'
--Ilots I Rlk 2 21-0-22. j
in at the club hou.tcat 2jO:: p. m.
enforcement of this: libl'rallaw and will not back anyone who' C. \\'. RurbiT and wife to A. A. ('01. I Robt W. Puvis. of lames;

exceeds: its very liberal bound Traffic officers will be upheld : (Ourdc-n and J. H. Sa'cnn15 yule j is. to be the speaker of the

by the State Association: at all times in the enforcementof acres. .day. He/ is quite well known andis
J. .F Johnson and wife to Matr- adjutant general and l chief of the
these veiy liberal statutes.--All Florida Motorist.S'riUKNDS" : trio E: Johnson -Illk 7. 5, 13. I 14. United Cor.f.lerat.'ll'runll of H

o : 15, 10 17. in Hampton in Wripht .Florida.The. .

.- and l Scandrt'tt add S. arranged following: proi-rnm ha> been Factory Shipment Of /

\KI: RESIDENT
Long I'rairie is just about the geographical center of the I)IKS INLACHl: '.V I Invocation Memorial day. -:Mrs.
L. O.:
j'rcat wheat state Minnesota.: ; It is a typical town of 1,000) Powell historian" HARNESS
All A IIIl'hulwn chocked List Song. "America") the aud
4 people with a weekly newspaper the Leader whose editor ience.Address.
week at new of the death of Mrs.
has this to say about export bonus schemes, equalization Nancy F.. Cumpbull who died last of welcome--:Mrs. R. A. :

schemes and daily forays upon Cnogress by professional agricultural I Tuf...la>. The late Mrs. Campbellwho Weeks chapt. president.A .
song to the Confederate-
was buried in tile family cern.etery .
propagandists : dis. erans. by the Children: of the Con under the market and will
I near the old home a short This harness: is bought be sold that
"We would like to support some one for the legislature who federacy.Male .
tame in the country from Alachui
been fortunate this week in
We have very securing
To- way.
would run on a platform of putting all 'friends: of the farmer'ill City on Wednesday afternoon at u"rtl'lte-"TelllinlC
four o'clock was born in Georgia, ] right aome Craig's Early seed corn, some Blue Goose Peas, N. C.
jail for 90-day terms or so. I W.
:Memorial lr"-Col. R
Nov 28 1 liMrt but for many jearslhas Seed Peanuts and other seed needed at just this time.
"These so-failed farmer friends, with their calamity lived on the old homestead in'I I Davis.

p howling. are doing the farmer and the cause of farming a'': Alaihua county with her husband I Song" --"Then You'll Remember We keep a clean stock of Groceries and fruit all the time.A .
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\fe -John I'owell.Ilenediction. \
Mr W. M who survives
great harm. There is nothing the matter with farming, if i her. Campbell I nice selection of candy. Fertilizers that make big crops.

these professional friends" would leave it alone. About three weeks alft11'1.: I After the ".services flowers, flags Feed. Crates Hardware; The John Deere Plow. The best

"As a matter of fact hut little of the calamity howling Campbel while. walking cm her ,I and laurel wreaths where. will the be taken ,: of alL TI
to the cemetery grave
c-omes from the farmer. It is produced for the purpose of porch was seized with an attackof of the veterans will be decorated.. I I.
dizziness' and fell to the irround I' I have a fine Jersey heifer for sale, also a Jersey calftaughtto
and class of who
by to make
fooling the farmer a men want breaking three ribs. and sustaining IMlKSinfEKIAN '

. \i'e of the farmer for their own !selfish benefit. other injuries. She:: had. just been drink milk.

through a severe case of grip and 10:00:( a. m.. Sunday a..hool11:00; : i
"Let movement be started to sit down on the professional
a her weakened condition, together a. m.. Sermon hour; 2:OO n. m, Intermediate .
' friends of the farmer. Such movement would he something with her extreme nice mad her Endeavor: hour; 7:00 p. I N. B. HULL Prop.

really worth while in behalf of constructive agricultural recovery doubtful in the minds of m., Senior Endeavor hour; 8:00: p. ,

many from the first. m.. Sermon hour: Wednesday 8 :Ort ,
farm prosperity. Farming is all right and so is the farmer. I'
Mr. and VIrs. Campbell were the p. m.. prayer meeting hour. A -
-Tampa Telegraph. parents of eleven children: >seven cordial invitation U extended to -







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