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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 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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COURTESY ROAD STORM DAMAGE\ TOURIST CROP:. :2 | SPEEDING LAW\ TRACK( PLAN f t ;:" \


Movement To So Handle Traflic IIIJh Wind Accompanies Itiim, |Ilulld.) H.1il"'I>'. Ship :Souitt"; Out. 5 The Booster Edition is \Vell M I \ ii riui nit' \\nli '|'hove I In .someTowns. I Improvement" -h)' "-"i..,..." Sjslem, .\ ''t"

) her Hoad That it V\ 1\1\ Ap. Pnralingire. C'onimunU'atmns. lixik. Opt I mast k. .* 'lit r.xtond: I' Mini 'liimpii'' to f' t .

peal t 141 MotorUt Soil ions of several southeastern Jaclvsoiuille, :May ):J.:: -\Vith, thoexception : Under Way : 'J\\"III.I.f\, '" null's, an hour) in Siminmih.Tampa I' i_

A program designed to make states emerged Tue.iil > from dob-.:! / of: the recuid-bienkiiig;: q. .. I losidituo, disliiits, t of incorporated Ma\ >: I II.--The I: Seaboard.I :

parts of Stale Roads No. 2, 13 and' Till, disrupted I wire communications and abnorm.il inrush of visitors .. .. 'I''Ii--, iiinl tii\\ii, except( in si-houl7om Air l.ino, l.uh\a; ;' has adopted, .utlofinitp

23, Baldwin-Stuike-Gainesville ami and general discomfort which ic- to I'lorid.i last summer nil pie. The work of ('olnl'ilingthe' coming IUJ( I5OOSTKU:; : )' ., 11 I tin l.itt, nf I'liitiilu, miiniipnl i- plan fur double! tracKinu -
High/ Spiings-GuinesMllo Ocala- suIted Monday[ when a general rain \ious records of travel into the >" miliniiik'o, to tin1 contrary 'p'Ita main lino between Waldo and I
( : 1''ttmbt.1'' which hl: :* .h(>l'n in progress: : for the1 past two :
Wildwood-Bushnell-Weboalor' Dad >'ten in, accompanied! by gales, blew state are being! ,Chatteled, and! pics- i ,iii'twiilf-iimling.' ) ( .in. .11.1.ihUK' to( the Savanna!), I giving i 'it virtually, \ a
City, the most utti active route for across the (!ulf of Mexico into :Mis- silt indications are! that there will : week!; is:( we'll under way anil the mechanical work which i I t.i. Slnlo' (Chnmhcr if (")JI1. double'! I rack 1I.\'stem from Tampa to -

motorists into south FloiuU by sj ( Bissippi and Alabama and taiwrcdoff ,|11 to> u bigger( summer' touRist inconl 2: in itself) is a t "tul1l'ntlou"un"l'l'taldn has .started in : i iiicioc. This tatoniont, is iii.uk' upon I llamlot I N.; C., according I to rit. I

handling traffic that it will become into North Carolina and Vir : than usual this year. Uiirnest.! We hope) to be able to announce the exact date I the aiitliiu: ). of. 1:0vol'l1nrIar: :\ IUlI'h current in Tnmpa.Tbo ( ,,

known as the "couitesy route," has ginia.lieorgia. I Tourists tire staging from u .* ol publication with the /next issue of the Telegraph. i tin .mil Attorney ( ;ionernl Johnson! railioad I I I him been engaged l- ,
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been proposed by the Ocala Eve and Alabama felt the month to six weeks longer in the! 2 1 h'. goviiniir: ill a letter 1 to til(' on several I small double, tracking" I" -t'
fling Star. vvoist blow, in both states largo I'I state this year than last. 5 In the meantime we urge all who were to picpare ('ln: uu'l') ,iu! ( luring I hat conxiituin I in-ogiams' /: not.Ih of Waldo, but has: t I

The suggestion \is prcliculed'! '"111' tot lions experienced considerablewind :I There two outstanding facts have { .iitu'les lelatne t t to church school and dub activities i t t to I for, iiuiiiting| u car ut molttli.ni I iiinde' no mention of a oompletoI -

the fact that by fall several thl'II'' damage and records of several i' been authenticated, through an ex- 5 have their copy i I in our office at an early date. I'icturos t t I I tui'iilx' a.id.I less than tuonty-lwo t :' I togiams.' Kmh: of the minor i
routes into south Florida from the i ..('lIrs standing were broken by I i I animation! of rail, water and, 1'011.1 1 *. ul-o 1 I must: I lIe in early as!! several days!1 have to elapso) be- null's an hour, "would be nlmolu'/! triaLs' .. ranging frinii five' mil's I
Georgia state line willbc avail- high winds in Georgia. Only one travel sources of information f( l- : ] voi.I." and, up, however, dovetails i ", wilh tho i
tv. t'n c 1'11I' receiving the pictures and the time that th '
able and that the route which offers person was known to have been in- :, lowing the report: that April hatteied : +* I :.Soial" ii to's ami towns!>! in the ......nel'a1 proj'iani/ roporlod.' 1 It was '
the most attractive inducements juri'd. Wallace", Hall! was slightly St. Johns river bridge I'<'eod"", :. completed) cut is forwarded) t to us.: .i tu to hn\o recently ,set upood, I InnitH I Haul,' thu rail'oad was using tiltS i ..".,J t I

to travelers will bo( the one ( hurt when a tree blew across his I for traffic. \Ve are anxious: that this!! will be a real rtpresen-: of twenty union an hour In rotd- niotliod of I constructing! i ) u piecu lit 14

to obtain the mint traffic and the automobile on a Montgomery[ ( Ala., Reports front passenger: clcpart- S tation of facts lotrardinK: our\ fa\orr) region :ntul I as!! J I donee. and oiilling dint ,'Ids. Tamp" a t I tIlt) until tho out ito program idlomplelo. : 'f
most business in the way of sale.* : street. Crops in southern and middle j monte of the 1 Southern Atlantic I 111110111" \' them, vhdo .IiieUmimillo. i : eI
: such if it gets I the right distribution will h be k.i
of gasoline, oil and other supplies, Georgia were reported to have Const Line, Seaboard and Florid" : ( I tho groatt ,'still i I I i informs applicant I for, 1 Ii it'eiuseI ., !1-1'onl' Waldo to Tampa" the Soaluiard 4 3lI
'! been both wind and 1 I.'ust ('(1(1st( Railroads, established, ('''t achcrtiseinonl for I the StnrlC'i<' nily of all I timo. ,dn\o .j. t
repairs, meals and! hotel accommodations. damaged by i iA i| to I in I tin1: ntv l hut tll<' Mpccul I has two linos I in operation, .t
hail. | two distinct facts-fast, that busi- ; limit; lien. mili'H hour.
i Judging from) the uni\ersal\ i interest and I 1'tO' per I is twenty nil which ill virtually doublo tnuksyslom. '
The Star points out that motorists For 'the most part the floim |, < I i.about 2.; per cent bettiri ( t i (Offuors of Homo of the iii"Igel'/: C'itI I lii'lwoon I\la IdlV in and
.: lit patronage on t tho i part: of our public-spirited) ; r v n
I spend enormous sums of money brought relief from high tempera- |i IIC same peilod( la& it : I ic'.. which lie i'"' u"o.t..11| I I till' IWC'lltV\ (;l'Ile it has a double hue also, ono(
while traveling and that such tiaf- lures and broke a threatened year, and second that the roiulsare J "i, women( this! issue will,11 fill its intonded\ mis2 I| null' '".'c'I. when! adapted I how it. I (niiijt' I Ihioiig'i: Jaiksonvile and. tho I

fic is highly desirable, not only (drought. No damage was reporte I piepanng" !: to offer bcttestun, *. ion. Such is I the spirit that will put Stiuke I over I tin y I lean bo done., when I tho state law in ulher I throi-gh (Callalmn, passing' : .1

from a business viewpoint but because !- from, !North; Carolina and. Virginia I mer service to those who wish tll *0 i 'p :and Keep it there.t .. : ", ,,,,,'il fit', have" iinm-Hod, that I t the west of Jackaonvillo.. II hrfi n slm.! Iit\\ I,,

the greulpr the traffic .th.. v.here the winds seemed to have visit the slate than ever bcfoie.Thi :"Much has: been done of late to further i itt 1, statute I applies I ( only I to I incoiporat-I i ilar double I li.io i bcUvoon Savannalinnd 1-.;
large the number of visitors who' spent their force.Atlanla -' railroad men lire frank in progress) i oil I plans nf 5,000! population (Ii' I Hamlet, h seiving a '
-1 : vat ) 1I1'P1II'lite
.saying that do I r i lilt :-1 ai'kv in the limelight. Hut miich.moii, still 'I'i 1 I
see the country. Macon[ Montgomery[ and} ; they not expect to "'''M. toinloiy.U ;
Birmingham were the cities which I equal the travel' figurei of last sui.imu. .l- : i'> ,.:',, ;it- t tI(> Li- (done.( Only [by closest ("HIPl'l'IttioJI1I1IClIII.t') ; \ : Tho iiltninev I t i gononil' ', I I in lonponso1, I -- --- .-- ----- <

FAIL I 0 HKSCfK !II tI1 V ThAT !'I'pol.ted heaviest effects of the I .., when the bargain hunters Lie: Z "" i.. '(.lenfl( ; I these things bo accomplished. Its your '1! to an I iiuinirv' i .." \'l'rlll uooks, ago: doi ( >.\1 ) OI'KM.Ii) )';: 0\ I.K ...,

FALLS IN;;'10 as.roor VELL storm. Wire facilities in the latter | luniici)' t bojs," and the speculators > 'o\v-. !Ho,! >-t t for i it.t Send ono North. ; ,i: i l.ircd, itI I llu'ic \MIS any law exrept- I PA \ ;NK'S; ; : I'KAIKIi I i I II

Michigan Crowdnrk Hours, I'o two places were greatly cripplu.l. rushed into this state by tho thoa. 1.' iiuiitii" I< of ">,ono or "inoi'o ""JlII'I')
H Mh Infant.tientm In sections of Georgia communications : sands, only to lush out again just S ( O.Oj'EHATIOmrS: : : SUCCKSS._ TIIK INZ :: : I liiin .limn tht i"|,,','nllo,1', the Htatoittututo I It I was lepoitod. fiom Gainog.Xlllo '

wore parllh zed Pensacoli, i, as last in November and UuvamV-r, :: (n; :KTS;: : (ur ONJ-: AUK: TIm LVTKKKSTS: ; OF ,\ ri. : I ( ho. know, nothing, of It. A \\ ('dIl1'S Huibur' :Mihta.[ '. I 11. Fla., was cut off from the rest of when the sjieculative' markut, for :: road Herons I I'ajne'M I I'rairio,
: ( i I i dl'n)l PAI'KIIVII.L: HELP YOU RKIJ: YOUK. : Liter I I lull|Ii I ry t to (;"Ov,'ruor :Martin would I II
After down 28 feet volun- tho stale but maintained wire I Florida real estate finished. ,. I liu 'opened I to tlalfu* ,
corn- folI
digging: $ "(vN' TO TilE: \'OHl.D."OIK 4) ; lii.' ''''1111.1 l hr (Ih niloplinn of I It 'Ihuisday -
teer wotkers late last night took' munirations with Gulf cities. i j jFAOI.fTION Increase (Over 1921. : WITH YOUU I tnulo' limits l Ity lulihtlnnal, ..w"1. i ilias lowing I moiitlm t rd woik on thin. L..
from a well on a farm near hero I --. --- e ---- I Hut they do exjiect> to show largo( : lAVM'Al'KU TOU A (CUKATKU;} : AND I> IM-HTEU 2 ,losulloil. in t tho giiviinor ,duil.ir- 'liliffiiult slide of highway con. I

the body of the l-montha") old son I BAPTIST I/P IN;; I! zunI substantial inci"eases over llio y TAiilvF: ANT: MUDKOUI) COUNTY-: jug "the attorney gi'iicinl' has given ;| 1I11'utiml.luw/ long this road! will 'f' \t'
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,. of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Hl.nch! Carter. i'' jfuinmer of I lirjl, which would be a 't. you t tho proper i infutmillion" and. | I bo kepi! open in not known as the i L'\ .
More than 6OOworke'i! 1) from the vlcinity 1. I 10,1101)()( ) ll.'ml.erll uf Southern, Church faiier comparison", and which ropI 4).4 .', .;.... ..........,. o..o................. |: that I the iiiMMition of n nmtori.it' I LMiginoirH. MO having I trouble with "'. .
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,\ : spurred on by the )possibility : nt Houston Convention I: resented a tremendous increase mtr --- --- i,, for oxj-oeduiff, / twonty iniluH an hour Ito' tllln of the "load I sinking i and J

that the child! might still bo'; ( 1S23. 3.tI i UJNS( :; \vii.i.M:.\u DHISSor : in a iosidoln-o district "would, 1mIlIo".lulI.ly 'have'' not, boon itblo to stop it. It f '
alit e, woiked, for more than 12 I Houston, T<,Approximately The steani-ship companioM. 1t'"J'| 1 I Disabled ; ims (or \\ .\uIt.incis void." I will likely. hu necot.hiiry to bulk- f -
}hour; t I'i' reach the baby. 1 10,000( Southern liaptist were here that the tourists arc bta\m In. Vet -------0-- -- I bond tins 'pin lion of Ihu road, to i
r;. Etfoi1. to ivvivo the infant we! "oI'lamln today for the first session of their than cer befoie, and th' 1.1t'i i i iconcur I mid,I M.> !i-> ol :.Sixties; I '|lii |..eKeucd 'I \\ I II I,.VII.1Cllt/ ( ) \MIS ,\ 111I-) make I u permanent i in the opinion 3 JI' I, tltI
annual convention tomoirow. I I ul I Kenniiiii.I'limiiigliiiin : KIID) I cot'.vn( I SYItI IIM: ,
in
; Di.) W. T. Heitranlvulil this statement f j n" : i I i-f the 1It.1l'IIIC'II""I'. lIoce" itat- It

il 1< ,it t win uuiB'd h)' suffoeatum The question of evolution is cx- panics like these, who hi\e > >' J ,,, I lug diviitiiig" of .ruffle( until worlcIlllH
>otccl to to the fore and : 5 Ala. -'IiII ",> knou, The board of bond, of j i I
come (.ruMU'OH
] pro- handling regular travel I t.1 :K .n' d 1 -sj .., I been completed., .
videtho feature of the A'' forth from the (II (nil L .111.1' ,",JM| '|' gmll I III Lao Hradfitul county mot, rugulat !I S
session. in
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Tin- ,,| '''.s mi'--od shortly af big Pt'i1t1l.Itters ( .1" i : .-- .
; tor':' "', I ;; \c> teiday mornlnj and tentative program to dispose once I for a scoie of' years know th.>n I "'i.uiit" will In <,tnt luLu the diei | i.efHion, with all iiu'inhum" pru.ient. i I\ 'ho l ( A8HIHT IN VACCINA'IKIN: &
sh"Itl'" I n. u'" it was ascertained I and for all time of the question was Social Registers' nnd then' I i d l 1 lui' (ul leu t niiu' ovuninif dur- Mi nut en of thu lust niK'ting were OF STOCK I-

thiu 1 I. I I..HI( fallen H !M"! > ...<."t. Tho 'hv introduction of a resolution Hui.dreds, and lepoit! tin I Ir.ubsttintial -j Ii i I Hit rLtlIlll.ul of the United Con.1 roiiil and approved. I,

. :aft 1 .Id! ,ig t". the vatc-r was so'(' which unqualifiedly; rccept the IliMc. tourists and w n'' i \ .1 I L u I i.ito Votcii.ua: here, May 18-21 |I A petition was 1 proHi'ntud' by I Tim Floi.-ulu Live Stock Sanitary Jt

r' i I' ''in', i n was belie\od( the i ii account of creation and 11'pmliates itors of this type have ronm.i'> I 'in< II, m.iulo.is! and matrons of the i! Drew Kodilish. and others axkuif/{, I Board: has udvlnud County Agent

.'!lilol 1 hlipped: gradually into the: ;' as unicriptural and! "suentifi- the state from a month to Mover i\ i'> \ uui' ajipnu' in style of tho sixties I j for a public mail from i'eadI I near VVaH that they wJI, Hc'nllJI'/ (C. M. I
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.. vlnio, it I1n'l I I lodged about for j that declares or implies that ninn Reports! from the Jail/ '!nv i I I.Afotnr I' ; "11 1111.. |Incur W. I U. !UurU [place Tho mud, '!I toid} county one week oath month
f i t 11.". te', water. Tho child has evolved to his present estate : Club tend to show th..111 i II gill' ami( woman present'iniUd wag grunted' ,on cuiulitiou that tho I j to assist him in the vuoclnatlon, <: \\:1: t.'itly wedged that it was : from some lo'ver form of life. bjKint.sH! is slackening HIme, ON.Ilii 4 i ,_ :. I ,, i to he attired in tiioi. right of way) be furnished without umlc for Iho farmoiH Dr. Pollard IT'I 'I
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im"-ihl"" ] l to bring'! him uy with' Delegates/ however, noticed .that >It year, there is a subutant' .1 ,,I i.. ul 1 I ivil \\ur days.* The cointi j I exptnsu( to the county and thubiork will 1.Uo m Starku within the '

Ki'MI\ ': i'i:' looks, Tokened to his ; Idothing. 1 few blocks away from the conven. healthy, increase liver 1 12i!' I. t th!" 0"i e in ( mil-go of the event an- would l be do no whuii funds I next few days .to make uiiungu.
cLIsuiied
|I (lion Hall a circus tent has bean ;, Al'till'eporta of 192''! show ing a In" i i UKod, Unit Ihu xtutoly graceful worn on hand for name. monte with Mr. Ward for handlinff I

Efl'flit" \'.'civ first made to sink a i 'oicctod which bears a printed banner percentage of increase over on u. ,."in is of ulio period will occupy I Petition by Thoo TIHOII and qth. i I this. work for blue\ I
'hMftill.|.> enough for a man to go u.sseiting that it I is! headquarters \ MIme of the winter months of I I'1.:'2; I I u III. I l. plucu on the program and! urH asking for a road from roud I 11 I

,1"wl1.. nut tho sand lived con- ( 1 1t. for tho "Fundamentalists, The first three ,months "f 'I-' /" .1'i-It L..I juuiigL'r generation( ac. near China Cirovu church to roud (.A$fI.INE I'UAII'S 'H 1 0 IIP.i : II I

t. tant". so, i"sealers abandoned this I 'i Southern Gaptist Convention.' j showed an increase in the inten, < > I o t toinid, to bnoit Iroiku, will not i 12: granted on condition that rightof i HK\ItJVIm' () :i i mm[ SIIIKI.S I : : :

met hod'!. Crading: shovels and roadSLiapei The banner contained the name In motor travel 1 over 1 102',. ,1 i'nilj.ii'la.suud doing tho old-tiino' I I way hu furniHliod and that HIIIIIO( V ,

'- w-Io i .nrougnt. and an in-, of Dr. J. Frank Norris, pastor of a ---.------ ijix I' I in lonitUienodi : ski ta 1 bo improved when lundx, wero oni tho. n'ular; mc-clint. ; of the A
I war veterans palmed.tOY. ]
Fort Worth church.In FASTEK.V;; SPARCIMPTKR i hi lulL Ii, loo, will wear the* dross i hand for Killne.I I i ii i-lly council of Sturko hold !\ j '
: veited ,'oi'i'- 'iaped, hole, with its wtilch, wore offered at a sale recently I j on May
j.omt. uhi : e t the child lay and about keeping with precedent, it is : OI ;.\M/M1; by New York society women Shown the.? per ujii i C. H. Hill criginocr for Union 'I I 4th, in addition' to the i ocular rduUnu i

7'. f.t, n. I li inieti'r, at the top wan considered probable that F>r. Geo. Members of the Kuslci: v u' abuve m Donnnlck Alnlo. at work In '. 1 111l' i 'innnltcU said thut it hud I, nullityvus uul.hnri/4'd, to havoj iiiitt tui s, the council punned. un (
1 dug. ', \V. McDaniel, Richmond, will he diaptors at Oainei-ville, l.nkcl: ;t y. the DUKOUI"WOI k. wber. the (uimvr coldli'rs -' licin, il'suieii. that the attic trunkH j Ilho i necessary" repairs made to, Long I I oiiiiimnci! to, 1>l'ol1Iit, tho, erection, \

:,f Rnhort I.achien one of the workers ic-electod pre-ldent; and Dr. II. C. Waldo and Oc'nla aM.i istod the n '0- .-- -- '.-= .1 t moUu'i.i und gi.tndmothei8! < and i: Uri wahulled in a ('ILt'O-ifl and Moore Nashville, and J. Henry Barnett I tonal organizer in establishing a I J I.: \ S .unto. contained Hufliuent of thu I would lIlly mr: hu.f: (J'' the coHt. 'I' and sidewiilKH, and also an orl.niinie ,
Murfrossboro, Tenn., rccord- local chapter of this drder! 11 uur.tmio attituilo to outfit most A .
tllk,," out unconHc'iuuH. He was re- I [IT\AI/M IN liE) \TM ( II \1//( ot'I I million Wits carried authoii/- lo require nil punipw nt |I.r'.v. -
\1",1; !Jl1tI'a" slightK' inj1l1'<.d. I I! lug'\ secretaries. : Starke Tuesday. The meetings weio/! I Hume attending, the hall. It !'I ing the 1't11C"eorlflj.d"lal.t.ment\ to cut in operation! to be ronio'fil, I
S The program committee has rec. held at the Woman's, Dub( biulidng! itif Ilnn.\onil. \"tro. Kxcciitrd at tile Wish of the committee tliut). the I '(Jeutl) a road from I hum's/ liridgo j! within four tiiintlis.S i
IE\NS! tlUX: r.1r.: :i ommencled that only four days be in the afternoon and evening. Six. Itaifnrd for Murder Here I period night \be truly depicted, bothin I north .to Hixk chutcli.Tho -_-,- ,i ,
) (coon: ( I'IUCE( given to transaction of business, I ty applicants had. signed the petition I style of dross and pattern of rhiiiimun u appointed M r. To- i (ill.CIIKial i IS_ _SIMvINU; I I :< PAST t
I then be to to establish the order here and Jacksonville, FIIII'I'' 1 Sunday would given I will make rode and Assistant I Knglneer:: Kick- I New York May II.
I'.i'nnnro Ioninqnorth In ever church services. 1 the greater number were present -foy! I Hunwion) ,,"ndet i 'negro owns for the occasion huvo linen liter to receive !bids on the bridff", the houpiial for the--1'hysicianjt '.
S I'at these! meetings. Regular, .>t- "hnmmer niU"diMor!" ," paid! for hhMiming I rupturod
irrnwirg > ,l mntities now the shipments me (.$ked to conform all neatly us pox.ilvle I across New Iliver: ut (jrunny'sD'ord. and
:MKS. FlORENCE; E. .\ Ix.ntzIt's. : mir dates were set the first and, ,, of William Mendo, aged I !i crippled today) said former I r.I r.
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,diii.ng' the past two or throoi'avs to thu vogue of thu sixtieS : Bids to be received, May IHth i I Governor (UilchrNt .of Florida wa
third, :Mondays of each month. white man w th his" lifo in the
close second to thostrnwln'iiv in color, pattern and! Ht'le. I
" ( luiiin" iir a ;\ FloreneeEmma Alvarez as per adverUHumcnt. falling rapidly and was not expected -
rlpctrlc chair at Rjilford
,I, : phipments. Prices for died at the residence of her son, Announcement of the officers JVodntM-, Music thut stirred Southern> i --.-S to live through the day
beans here averaged'" $3 a hamper Claude Alvarez, 2.'J: West Twen appointed to serve until the regular -j I dny morning.After hearts in the day \\ hen Lee Marched W. II. JOShSVV. : -0---
for tho entire week; strawberries !' ty-fourth street Wednesday, night election will be announced during -., walking' calmly from his forth lo iiu'tt (jrant will font urn I fir-;( fU.r.: IAKKIMIrfl':

ranged from $ I Ir!>0 to $9! a crate after several weeks' illness. Mrs.I the next week. j cell to the chair shortly after 10 the dance. 1"'l&ralll.Ia'eucJy the orthcwtra I II. Jones, 7., died at the tlonioI H.\ : CIIL'HCItSer '

while th.# small crates of Irish potatoes : Alvaroz was a native of :Middle-[ COI'XTV- Jl SIN ;hfJK'S COL'KT o'clock and making no utatament, hag been making ready! t') I I his lion <>n the l.uckawannu roa4einly
,
he was strapped down and Doputyf I : Lewis Doilcy; pn tor. Ser ,
have been bringing 275. | bur Fin. 'ksonville turn hack a page in music history I
anl had resided in Ji John Parmenter
operating automobile -
Sheriff Uox: Sweat of Tluval county U'ednemlny morning( after n vice next Sunday morning! May .&
Potatoes, 47 crates. 'f for the event. .
for tho thirteen
last \
ycnri. while intoxicated; case lint threw the switch that sent the long illness.! Air. Jones was a mi-1 15.$ A cord.al; invitation extended:
Beans, :293) hampers. Surviving ale five sons, ClaudoM. for May[ 2th.: The decoration of the ball and
of death the to all.
current through body ,
Strawberries, l.rr,8; ;; quarts. : .. C. R. and O. W. Alvarez of S. 1.. Alvarez, operating automobile of the At 10:12: o'clock he the entire scheme will carry ono i i live of Clay county, moving to I:

Shipment' (of hoan. and strawberries Jacksonville, J. C. Alvarez, of Atlanta while Intoxicated; case set wall declared negro. dead by the prison I IrhI back to that period of the South! I Jacksonville) three yearn ago to I. W. !Morgan's\ store was robha'li J j
by truck continue to run and G. S. Alvarez, of ;Miami\ for :May[ 23th.; lclan. "when maidens were shy and richly mnku his home with a a,>o. Those i of a bolt of silk Wednesday after.: I ,

from 50) to 120 crntcs daily going Fla. Funeral services will be held Will\ Galowny, reckless! operation, ) -. I endowed with grarei" I II survive ale three daughters Mrs. noon by three unidontifiod men,
largely to Jacksonville\ Gainesville tNMU'.NCKS'OK:.; : ('()\Dllo;. i I Lillie! l'adl.tt of Clay Mrs. who asked
at the chapel of :Mnulton & Kyle of motor vehicle Plead guilty; $10 1 ( --- I county were in the tort and .
Lake City and Pnlatka.I Friday morning at 10 o'clock :Mrs. nnd l costs or 30) days. SIONKKI I INSTALLS;; :MOIIKUNSIIOK: ;; :MotIle Nettles of Sanford F 1,1., and I to ho Rhown articles In diffaient ,

S Stephen E. Foster, reader of the )!: sniciinc: :\Irn. l Uosu VV'iliford of Lackawun. parts of the iture. The silk, slip
THURSDAY .IFTF.R- First Church of Christ Scientist Mrs. Nat Sterubcrg; and little I.. n. Oalney ,of Brooker: .in. i na Springs; IWO sons, J.V.. Yates Lied from its wrapper, Was nobmmsud 'I 1.

) NOON CLOSING[ conducting! the services. The body daughter Lillian will\ leave Sunday flounces hn! candidacy for countycnmmissoner I F. C. [ttollinirsworth[ is having in. of Urailford county and Jesuit for ""111" tune, and no trace '
; from rtlttrict) ;;
accompanied! by the family will betaken for a month's visit in New; I' .1 .stalled this week a late model Lan- Jones of Lnckawanna road. The nf the thi.coul": ho. found.I.C I .
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1 The petition being circulated for to Starke after the Cervices York City. While there Mrs.[ Sternfrerg Brooker and New River In this i 111.1 I dis shoe stitcher for handling the funeral Hervicea were conducted ._-- -
the annual Thursday half holiday where the interment will take pi ice will do the buying for Stern- sue. :Mr. Gainey is one of Drooker z large amount of able repair work .Thursday} morning at Long Branch C C S S C S S .S I

1 IH being' srigncd by practically in Crosby Lake cemetery.-Timun- !berg's, Store. | foremog citizens and will\! give hit he turns out of his shop.'ith thu every business house In town. This diftrir-t< !good repreientr.tlon. S merce meets c% ery Thura-
Union. ,4.
S machine a shoe! can! be repaired, \ A. Mosely officiating. The funeral "
i goes into effect June 2rd( and, .;on- S acres on Anastnsia 1 Island, in a i ii Mrs. S. 1" Hamrlok, who has quickly and looks and wears!>! an well cortege will leave tho homo C dny night at the City .. ...,-" t.C .
Hall. : citizen of .' t
\ through! Sept. 16th. The I St. Augustine-Three thousand :i deal closed here. The property i been on a ten days visit with her as a new shoo. The Landiti Is a I at 8:30: o'clock. The Scasholu Funeral C the town 1Ccry N expected to be .t l'' '
Telegraph} will carry! the agreement I dollars per acre was reported to 1 is said to have brought a total of daughter, :Mr[ Donny of Savannah power driven machine rml electricity Parlors aro In chargo.( C present. 8 o'clock. :'

inits next Issue. have been paid for a tract of 165 $13-.000. Gn., returned home Tuesday. is used in the heating unit. Times-Union. I S S S S I S S S S '). '.,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY H, 1926
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ola; Thomas A. Yon, Tallahassee; F. Babcock and son, George, Helen

-, Fourth District, W. J. Sears, Kis- Kirkland, :Misses Grace Smoak

7 .1lb 'll1rs. simmmee; Ruth Bryan Owen, Miami Emma Smoak, Emma Smedley, Mr.

: and Mrs. :Morton [McDonald :Mess

Attorney General: J. B. Johnspn, rs. A. Wiebe, Thomas :Moore, J. It

A the young couple at Do Land. I Burch, all of DeLand; :Mr. and Mrs.!

Mr. and Mrs.. Scott left early in Stanley Carnell 1, of Ormond; Mr.
: Sallie AWFiECK THe.Y CAN'T land :Mrs. J. T. Quigley, :Mr. and
; % the afternoon for a wedding trip,
j
LET A POOR COY ENJOY
1, HIS SELF ON SATURDAYS NO after which they will reside in De- I Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke; Mr.:

) I ; .' MARE ATALU CHOP WOOD Land, where Mr. Scott I is a popular t and :Mrs L. J. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs.

__b hnq llia COUfl15Sions h. li SIFT ASHES, RUM ERRANDS, young business man. The bride i IL. A. Wynn and daughters: :Mary
traveled! in attractive dress of
of ci. wife ... V" N'/ j DRY DISHES, SWING A BROOM, an I lees and Eliiinc, of Hampton; Dr.
new>
-- fee old rose flat crepe, with a touch of
.b AN' A NURSS GOSH, I'D .y, and Mrs., A. II. Freeman, Edwin
blue and gold the trimmings. I
/ A 6 TTER. TM6| n
i lUudr. led bu Paul Robinson rilm75 BGh, T \ ': HAVIN SCHOCU AT Thor> SMt'-il.nir. the weddintr Freeman F. J. Williams, of Ocala

i THAT from othiT plan-s. besides the I and Mrs. TroH: <:w tt. of St.
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-- 1 ridal! party wer.( : Mr.: and Mrs.: R. Augustine.

REUNION: : n.f i It that "'w *'t ..' "r }h1JVa 'tires, I Iit I -----

_Vcll.. I"\c found a house for j.,u," ii.. m irht riiti'i, h.i\v, hard.l mytiTxc _

WH Curti-rf" first unnuuncemuiit ci nrI'tri'n.G.fnc 1 t :i I

..' '." }lii" MI' mi' at the station. .( |I'll', k t t. i the h del! 1 asked I// rO V' 4 I t tI More than million

"1'v in'i :in you :already have ,it 7"" (' .ru, mi.i f tits 'i<'Uitl ls of hav.MK I a

] ,1,'. t I".t, I try icy to conceal the! s "tuted\ th hntisi f->r u rt'onon- tI

','J.. 1 ft: over a nan's nl-il t;, I'> ublir! <.!>t.d. n house, which though I

'. : tlu kind of house n woma-i, c 'lI\all. teas utuli) niably attractive. like
,,' tr.. !1. "I went into Louie Bradle)"'. real .t J people you

"Yiisnd it's a corkerl You'U' estate office to see what he could .

.'i.-t I"\ c it. Sallie, and all we needn i cot? for i-. and ran into Ixtin Evans

s<. r.T, a real love-nest is soma ,Ij "Who is she?" I interrupted."Oh 1. \ c cSe .ll-l..l/"t '\\,0/" are driving BuiCK

j i' !ii I ,it'.ire. which of course I Ihalll j d] dn't I tell you a>otit T.ictn ? ( "..

1. .,.w 01.tin-ly to your selection. She and my mister were at Ojrnonts si "

"Let's "f""i see it now, right this I I together. She spent, one summer ,I automobilesmaking

minute.!" I .irrgested enger to pas |i with us out on the Pacific. That -

the wcir't and, be through was the first year at school and she

unpleasant situation for my heart I was nothing but an infant. I haven'tseen I HI_ ,

filled with migiving.The her sine-... She was an Incor- I

was house Curtiss had found j I risible flapper at that time but the I ..._.yl'JJ/I'W'.t.r li'I"1d'1." ItJHA'T'5 I possible

far exceeded my expectations family fell for what they called 1 I

Jntereseting cottage of simple English her 'original enthusiasm.' She was THE USE OF SiAd II..1 ,
'
t .pP. it nestled on a hill top j original all right!" he smiled In'! HOLIDAYS ANYWAY I these valuesStandard

reminiscence "I reminded, her the i I
In a little grove of slender pine | I
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eapplings, which even now, were |j other day of her bad manner." j I
BROOKER 1Jl'\: 0(1) DIES IN: STATE ENTRANTS: II2Sli
s
their "She sounds rather impossible. [ i: :::'RnJ.tar : :,
aloft :
Bolding tiny green EXCEED DF1FTY :1 unoa 1 *<1
CHAID TODAY
can-I "No, no,, not at all. You'll like \i Brooker, i Six.Master 2 ( Oiuptt 1195
of May 14. Mr .
Built E. J. I
dles. sturdily ::: : J.J.H,. !Srd.n II"S5P" I!
stucco it was gaily trimmed in np- her. !She wins everybody, children |i Ward and son Delbert, left here Jax Negro Murderer To Pay Supreme :Many Qualify) for State Contests ........ .Coupt.don,!h.do. 12"5 1275

plo-grwn shutters. The feature I and rid men Included My[ father J\ :Monday for Tampa, where she, will Penalty i iI In the June Primary. I

however, which pleased me most, thought she was a wonder" j rpcnd a few days with her daug'h. I, I I |."= Ko I Dunat d lcr > s Ia+s

was the view of Shades Mountain "How old is she now?" | ter, Mrs. Smith. Jacksonville, May 12.-Roy Dun- I Tallahassee -Over fiftyateswill S5'p..::::..2-d.HH 4 d:Ktff S S:i dftO!>n 1495 IWS I
"About twenty-two or so, I should which lifted 1 one's vision to vistasof wood, convicted negro murderer June ejection 4J...... SeJ.o 1995't
the far imagine.. And still flapping," he j and baby, of Jacksonville, were will be electrocuted at the state primary J9-..... Itrmifhira 1925
voliet-blue peaks, ones
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to a list of qualifications; : Inaef, Ir.ltla .. .t. hporl I.d. "1195!
melting harmonlouMy Into the intense added. j'I visiting friends and! relatives here prison farm at Raiford this morning including 1 ..J <.....-.m../ 5...... !Spurt Tunnel 1525f ;!;
the of state to and
secretary up Club I7cBl'ICk
jOiuntrr
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Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
blue of Southern skies In the\ But T still can't understand. for the slaying of William'ft'n May t
what she had, to do with fretting and :Mrs P. A. Weeks spent distance The final day for qualifyingvai ,. ..
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Saturday afternoon In Jacksonville.Mr. I LJir'd.. ./".., ..1 C. "
this house for Jacksonville it learned
,
: 'U!! was
"Oho, T just adore It, dearest. I yes let fur May 0, and a few qualifications F41I.SIICIIICANdie ; :!
t "Oh yes," he returned to mv and 1 :Mrs, P. A. Crosby and terday. Dunwood was taken from
exclaimed as we stood on the unroofed which had! been delayed w?re
first question\ "you see she was in son, Lyon. spent the week-end in the Duval county Jail to Raiford a i
sunshine verandah with I expected to 1 tc: added to the list at ;
l Its rose-colored, tile and bright! Louise Tlrn'f!..,.'* place and recognized Jacksonville as guest of Mr. and I few days ago, the trip being unannounced the eleventh hour. i|
Mrs. Robert
me immediately. She was Crosby by the authorities to
Those candidates for higher: state:
flower boxes cordial," he hesitated as if S. M. Mott was a business visitor I dispel the presence of morbid curiosity : '
"How on earth did you got It? very Hawthorne offices who hnj qauilfied up to etteJ &VI C K
afternoon
to Saturday
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seekers
andunlived he were about to tell me something and not on accountof May S follow:
It seems to bt nbo'1-tely new .
and then reconsidered. "Anyway," any feared violence. United Strtes Senate: Duncan
I In." A. A. Hazen, of G \
he went on, "when she heard,! whnt lneYlle'as The crime for which Dunwood U. Fletcher, Jacksonville' ; Jerry W. .
"The owner built It for a horncto visitor
in
1 wanted she said, she knew exactlythe :( our town Monday w.ll: pay the death penalty today is Carter, Tallahassee; John A Van
live In but Inter found, that he i S. M. Mutt, motored to Trenton,
t place and insisted on takingme described as one of the most brutal Valzah, Daytona Beach.
had put ton much in the investment Sunday evening LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY
It." ever committed here. The Herbert
out to see negro! Congress: First District: ,
and MO he has consented 1 to 1 lotus J. H. Kelley spent the week-end
""'hat was she doing in a real 1 according to his purported confes- J. Drone Lakeland; aSecond District J. M. Smith, Manager.
with option to buy with friends Trenton.
have it an near
estate office?" :i sinn after he was arrested, Innf .! R. A. Green, Starke; Third Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
Frank Stokes of Hawthorne spent ,
later.Wait "She has pone in for the interior around! the lobby! of the Clark District, J. II. Smithwick, Pcnsac.
the Jn.U Saturday and here the
'tl'.l: you fee Sunday at
decorating business anti has a department i building! where iMeade operatedI
home of E. C. Parker
honey. of her own in llradley's. I his little business and trailed the
Curtiss like a child proudly,! Cephus Harrell of Waldo, spent .
was aired white
i man home after the
"But you said she went to OR- Sunday here with friends and rela-
i displaying a new possession. As ontz.-" : stand was closed one night. Overtaking
he conducted! me from one room to tives.Koswell. Meade inn darkened street
i "Oh, her Pud'a quite wealthy I
l Word Wildwood,
spent
another of the thoroughly eompntli" Dunwaad Is said to have struck I t
in fact hi> !! probnbly the rich.'tman part of last week here with his. 1 )
litt'.e! cottage he eaeerly! watchedly the white man over the head with a
in the state-ouirht to be he l mother Mrs. T. P. Ward. 'I
for an expression of approval. hammer Inflicting fatal injuries, 4 .
: cause he still has his first dollar T. B. Pinholster motored tc t
' ,n't bigirer than a mln- and then ta have rifled his pockets.
"It i
r any 'I \
)but) Lititia craves luxury-has t<,, SUirke Sunday morning. I
: tiU," he said Inulr'inRI"but it's have it and, so she hit on thiischeme !I H. P. Gniney was a business via. I County Detective Fred King anH
large enough for ul!-at pre''ent" other officials of Duval county and
to play\ with and amu itor to Lake Butler Saturday.L. .
VV stood in the doorway of a cozy herself and, incidentally to maki. R. Gniney and S. M.[ Mot t I Ja k'on'ille111 leave here today

litt'e room of a brilliant sprl.ig money. I hear she's ,done quit..., motored to Starke Hampton ant I i fir Raiford to attend the execution

morning.! well with, but she's that. type-. Waldo Monday[" morning. j I of Dunwood. They will return to c---_ t

'? "And what: will wo use this for?" she would, have succeeded, in .L Misses! Lucille Harrell, Genov L i I city tonight

; I inquire I 1. "it's son ely larrre way in any line of endeavor. SIv,, Harrell, Louise Crews, Florenci e, John Simmons, convicted of at

.iurh fr a bedroom, Is Its!" I could sell icicles to an Eskimo: an I; and Stella Mae[ Wnrd'lrlClnla Col\.. I tacking a white' woman and sen

4 n tired, h.' wa slightly! emberrsMl. have him pleased! with the trans. son Messrs. ftoftwell Ward! an
it I. action. Wait 'till you sec her, Sal. Friday afternoon. I next week, will be taken to Ral.

4 "Th" owner told me he planned lie." | Grady Baxter all motored to Stark!! ford( today according to nnnonuca'
said softly. Mr. and Mrs. Parker f r ment male yesterday. The exncl t 44 0
i it f.r a nursery: he I was consumed with curiosity. I i Getzen 01
T Tae follwed! an intense silence think there was a tiny bit of jealousy Sebring were called here last wool]1to t I date for his execution has not beerset.

during which my (raze wandered brewing because In spite of ,, the bedside of the latter'* father .
the unbounded blue of them.'I'rtmns )Ir. E. C. Parker. I : Fortunate
out to Curtiss' avowed disapproval of Lct-
I (Arthur I. Gould, of Hampton[ youthTHE
1. : which could be seen itia Evans she now sounded alarmingly Dr. Parks, of Starke was a i was visitor to town Tuesday.

clearly through: the casement win- attractive I'rofe."lonnl'i.ltor here Saturdr::Y

dows. All: the subtle, mysterious' "When will I have that pleasure morning.

j" :i '".
hid !"-1 away In th ? hnart (d ""en't a" tour old, er, frlendj, you here, spending a few days with South are keeping pace with the leadership of the

}">.- m( ,t frivolous woman, carnal I know 'lIrtlu! ] grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E.I: / SUrke l'.oplC'I t ISelieve Such t l South in the economic progress of the Nation. This is seen

urging.:; '. Hesides, my thought. con- j A shadow crossed my face, which Mott.L.[ I (Cu InCInc Trsntnon. ) a" I in the following facts:
Stunse .
t.mifd babies weren't: s0 much I hoped was unobserved by Cur-' Mrs s

j"".ublc in this new generation. I j tiss. All tho way horn on t.ht- R. Gainf' ', of booker wa No ono ,in Stll: kiwho suffers In the last twelve years more attended school,while the average

r remembered conversations of my train I had thought about\ ; our first attending to huMiiess hero :'oIonIllY "I backache, headaches: dizziness,, than $125,000,000 has been spent for the nation as a whole was

f'H'ndwho; discussed children In'' evening lIpthefd: ) looked! forward < _', rhfUin.u i.ts c can|janu aiford! or dwtn.nt to lunore'thi-: U'I' for the construction of new school 72.4 per cent. But in 1922, the
nary
n modern language. There was nq ; to a cozy eat nt dinner-the'' I twice-tu.d, aiory ot a Smrke rev. buildings in the states of the South latest year for which complete

t i". rt unscientific joggling and thousand\ an': one little incident-! !, GAS: M.\KES PEOPLE d-'iu. It is confirmed: ustimony served by the Southern. figures are available, 81.4 percent

t'' }h"rln,, !; of Infants. They were put ': of tho trip to be related I, mo-. NEKVOl'S AM) KESTLES1'C 1 tc LKun's,.:ni 1'1---8 of!: la tinK atimulimi btndfroll! dlurctii c In 1900 there were less than of the children in the states of

t t ad l 1 nt a certain time and if they acmes from his friends to be delivered Gas in the abdomj iu the kiJn>.. It's evidence: than I 73,000 school teachers in the the South served by the South.states *
.. pressure
[ .>h' weil their: resentment or diu- nnd also many arrangements -' n in.i, ... "i- woman .n :fe'uke; cal
f, plcu-'in for the first few minutes to be discussed about tIlt'tuture. causes a restless nervous feelin Il do'.u.... of the South served by the ern attended school I, while the

do nameI. and prevents sVep. Adlerika n e- :... s. J. D. Staiuell, Wa'-t: 3t.: Southern, and the appropriation average for the nation as a whole
allowed to so .
thy wire .
"I suiTi' 'ad't. I
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1.\.1 and later, it WB said, the I almost hated! U'titia Evans! moves gas: in ten minutes an.,.1 ftarke.: says,.i : .. -Jfconktantly. .t /or education amounted to only 90 was 81.2 per cent. .

cft..t: uf the discipline was .utm. -'- brings out lIurrr"'lnaamounts" of) I had diu.., net 1 , behaved under them here I haJ been away a longtime oM! waste mutter" you never thougl . .j ........ j .-../1I The growth in the educational 1
.. i'They states. In 1922 the
; Curtis and on accouiti.f < i ti appropriation
from .11. 'i.gn., .tnor. Juan i a facilities of the South, as well ]
as
little angels, nsleepnir was In your system. This exec I
nler !ike "
w her arrangements we were not: lic.eu me. was $6.85 per person, and thenumber
iuefily! until it was time to of lent intestinal evacuant Is wondei rNEARLY, ; FOUn y.r; ., .: 1 i t the number of children that can
be allowed the pleasure om'flr"t "li of trained teachers had
to
awaken\ Scientifically preparedf fur for constipation or allldo; ston t. LVir.U, -lrj. Star i l. -i I take advantage of them, is one of
evening tOIi.ther.Curtin increased
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" i., n' ....1.: "n. -o. .I'fla to 139309.
_ annihilate the usual mnoying ach trouble. Don't waste time wit! the fortunate and direct results
t <'xl had had to run to his office ; reo. ,'"-. iit '."ce I I .I'. _.va.rh Il t
I : ills that old-fashioned babies the !pills or tablets but get REAL A wore wont to iiilulg* in. In. and was leaving me at lenka action! Sold by Mitchell's t.: ", ..: a.. dta.cta: r .,Nt -:\[. Iren of school age in these states the South.
Hotel Tutwtl-r at which we were drug Store. ... .'. .
drC' This meant until. just --- -
matter rearing: a chill under utavlng. The Southern Railway System hat contributed to the
easy '
the rules and regulut.ons' Be- )before time to dress for dinner. prosperity of the South, at a tux-;wycr, as a large employer
.
new --- .
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Initiativethis of ami the
the wonder that I bitterly resented! the men women- at transportation
sides, there was
had t.ilcn. first in agree which carries Southern commerce to and from
of new girl
filled my heart when I thought
selecting! a h"mso for us to live in
: thought ran
My
mother.
1 I being a 1 J and now for planning our first J. L.
rn and on until finally they wereblotted SIMMONS
l out by an overwhelmingrealization evening's ent.;rt\lnment. Then 1\ SOUTRN

,, which Immediate'!}. thought, that was almost prophet-
..ul. camo to me ad I knew, just PLUMIJIXG AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
voiced to Curtis '
I "We can't possibly afford a b.ihvso ( .-* positively, as if I .could sec Into
the future thr.t this wn Just the
we'll have to use this room f..r Estimates 'ade-Work Guaranteed
I a study." i >egirmm: :r of Lctitia Kvan's IntoI ?- RAILWA y SYSTEM J

t.. The reason advanced was apparently .1 I ference.Dont L STARKE FLORIDA N _
" a new one to Curtis but ( mls next week" Install- '
of disappoint-.I' Jhe Southern s the South
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FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1926. BRADFORD COUNTY TKL.BGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA i in
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:Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Griffin, arrived the guest of Mrs. W. B. Roper for '

I "That Murphy Twin of Blind Pig Fame here this week from Pompnno. '' several days returned to her homo n aIn

New. of Florida in Short Paragraphs I I and will spend 1 the summer : XorthOarolma. V 4 I'll

Becomes the Shp ierd of 1 His Flock 'months hcrt Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Adkins spent 1 ,< t

:Mr.. and 1111'''. A. I.. Sullivan of | Sunday at the home of Mr. and

--- Thrressa, visited Mr. Sullivan's I :Mrs. C. M. McKinney.
r Live State i r
NevesI boy who used to sell booze .> you could. buy pint of I mother Mrs. Josephine Sullivanlast I ,
I THE a hole In the wall in the ,hickS ..nrt s half Amen bottl-.. of Sunday J. J. and II. B. Thomas, af Starka dj
I.....' for 5140, We served It through were visitors here Sunday evening -
old. 'hard Ukker' dave In the
I th. well without,! UK wring the r filled hit ',
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES stormy Wet Virgins coat npliln. has ,..m..r. .a, ih> cimfomer. seeing' unThvr ;
I become the shepherd of his. nock t I the .'uKtnmi rouldn tentlfv regular appointment at the First Joo McKinney of Lake
Butler
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Once ht wa one of 'them Murphy nhout" M! Baptist church here lust Sunday I
______ Willie Williams of Jacksonville.
n twins" In a land where the hntr 'My twin brother and. I were the morning and evening. 4 ,
trigger was the law Now h.. l is J hllndo. In the blind pig I worked in and! father! I*. A. Williams, were
Fernandina The argicultural come known throughout the world
Pat Murphy postmaster general "some touch place' .later on a. a Jessie Ogden and family of the guests of Mr and l Mrs. S. L. I
program of the Fernandina cham- because of its products. A genera- storekeeper and preacher to hi.. people bartender I remember" when, on Georgia, have recently been Crews. ij
the
ber of commerce and the Florida In the cr.g-bound Kentucky hilts.\ pay dove w* deed to take all he cue:
Land Settlement Board of Nas- tion ago G. M. Davis began the Out of the environment of barroom stick. And halls. from the pool tnhlcD guests of Mr. Ogdcn'n undo, B. Y. I
I K. C. Williams, of Citra, was I
is attracting attentionof manufacture of cypress tanks here, hattie Sunday/ blind pig and the because ot lluhtR/ Saxon.S. .
sau county I''fl.r Hare of feud J Tat Murphy has be. In mv store now I always, watch I \ It'lit' in!: here last week. e

prospective settlers in the several years supplying only I nine one of the leading' citizen of the .pop. bottlo find Hike them off the M. Mimmon's and. son, Thomas Reddish. Andrews Jessie Leo I; I

northern and middle western a Palatka market. The business'; .:i 1' Ky counter lulcklv' after they ore 'I of Spnrr, were the guests of 1\1\ rs.Simmon' Howling, Winnie: Cason Gladys I )
Numerous inquiries regard- The' Kentuckilln painted. a .picture empty, It..IK n habit front the beer
states. expanded rapidly and in recent recently for the Congressional I 'wet tioltltdn)> when nn empty was like | .. parents, Mr. and :MIH.I' (Crews Guy Andrews, and I.emio

ing farm lands suitable for dairying years tanks have been shipped to : end dry" committee and it told' the I ly' to he used on sonu-tiody's headSeltlei B. Hunt last Sundiiy.Mr Kutih passed:< through here Su't- ,. t t
and poultry raising have been story' of how a bartender "not re- p,
received during the last several almost every state in the union and I Union" and gave his life to the service Oun I'lKhto.: I *. \\'. B. Alox.II1<1'r and daughter day pvining.Mr.

weeks by the settlement board to a number of foreign countries.The of his mountain! folk 'Hack Then I you had to nerve Miss \\ lmll. were IIUSIIIOH. /and! Mrs Jim Ailkini. were

which is working in conjunctionwith concern now has an order fora Puzzle fur (lie Law !liquid'| willi I oiu hand and" hold join I visitors to Cainesvilli last Mon. Uniting, \ in Starko and, Thoressa' : ) t trid.iy.
tank and. tower from a gun with the other We got t Into }
concernin '
in day ,
the> chamber of commerce Twenty flv years/ : two according F .
Paris France, the second from : the halut 01 si-ttllnn, our own flKht. I i iMr.
its plans for the development of to Murphy'* sloiy( :Minttr i countyW I
the rural communities of :Nassau: the same company within two Va. proved a puzzle for the law btuaiiMt the only deputy' Rhl'riIT11" Mrs. J, C. Thumps and, ,children I !\ :Mary Thomas, of Star'o! I

years. I There was alwti, > a plenty of Illicit vt often ii the mine guarding\ t the I Lurrne and lleilwit. (VaMosta, 'is visit.ng, : relatives hero this week.
county. liquor to be had despite (the. Sunday'
mom \ are the \guests of Mrs. Tlunu uea'
closing regulation'
Stuart-When motorists travel Fort Myers-With the Fort My The saloon of Adam Bailey' at Z "In our lotiniv there was only one j )Parents, Mr. and Mrs.I 0). H.I.VIH-..

will ers city commission voting to keep Panther did Its LII-KOHI business I lice,,,oil H.itoon, It was, owned by the '
through :Martin county they Riverside In fact on Sundry, Here's where reHlilnt of the county court" t who 1'rof. T. C. I.iiu Inlineulm. [hn-. I
open drive the
find such routes as: :Martin high- Air Line lost Seaboard ,, the :Murpliy twins enter the pictureNo wouldn't lit ensi any competitor so 1 heat visiting\ 1m rcl.iliu-4 in \.'ru.! GrovesTasteless
railway its
way, Warfield highway and Faines fight to one could tell whK-h of the they had in run Ml ml' (ia., arrived, hero last Saturday. ;
highway. The former has been dohe the thoroughfare/ which runs Murphy' twins was which If the R- A Imi'It-mlcr. and a minor all his I Ilit..1 J
Martin through/ its terminal cite in the customers dliln I know how was a 1'nt Muiphy, went t hack> to I Isthoul
named for Gov. John W. .1 I'itt M .. Mr. I. J. Priest spoil the work f
eastern section of tha which' /grand Jury, / to find out which boy u pby nt the age nf 27 Ho studied |
the second for S. Davies Warfield l. city, > : took the onli-r' rolle(.ted the money to lit hlniHi to "-11,1 his mOllnl..111, I Ifulk Cwt. with her son, llnu-ry: 1'rii-st' I!
president of the Seaboard Air Line was one of the railroad's; eons'i.r''n. |i and delivered the wet: Mood, up the drinks through, a K\ then 0 Into Ix-itrr teals of livlnn. |lie| I (if Green( C'o\o Springs returns,I Ito Chill Tonic
,. ,
lion coal minor. Mill) 1.1l.-. h.n.I.-.- \ i
in the I "
the third for the agreement: h e-.Ur hollow from the saloon'The //:01 religion" and I N cn rrying, out I
railway and "The e.ulif t I renembrr. ." her homo hut Sunday In
I IBrooksvillo the evening.Miss r
this his conxUtlon
city. grand" Jury Investigated orl'n.but I by nfTi-rlnff! himselfto I
(
chairman of the board of county ",is when 1 ,, eight t th '( Old! Standard Remedy for 4
nobody' could. swear the liquor sole >i'iirH I' his own hill folk for a life nf, mrMco Maud Miti hoi, our' of Hamp
commissioners II. N. Faines. I I came from Utility's saloon and no oil srlllnit/ 11.1 tier Jui'I n lic.ltIn, ton's successful' teachers, is visiting Chills and! Malaria. ooc tl'!
-Work is inr the lug wall of a : Sandal ,
prog.-es( r ) i. tin '
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one know which ot the twins had Muiphys /era: ndnidher was n MrCoy. | 1
Three thousand rapidly upon the Weekiwncheo ,, sold ItThat \\ hen saloons. wore: I one of the family madifamcnm. j in Jackminxillo ibis week. ,
St. Augustine- ) In "Ilrll.S) tat. ..." bv rp,11I1t,, the llaimidx" lint I I I
to Springs rood/ extending from, this>l' will the kind of n start its : 1 1t
dollars ncre was reported Mdl :- t.llie.11111'\ ) who> has I>
per city to the Springs, C. 11. Cr >SII.l'ontractnJ' lift .1 I Put Mui'|>liv got (is a l>oy "The ,iNiHHxvortl 1 for, vealomere\ i J Pat Murphv |pn'athes> the 1I0Mp.1)) I I
have been paid for a tract of 105 \tuilUny In a saloon: or |uiiinc w.'u 'llfllo' ('rtIt' In thOl'l'1 I of brotherly, love t'P"I hl
island in a announced today. I
acres on Anastasia 1EII I
Building of a hard surfaced road .
deal closed here. The propertyis I .. .
total of to the Springs is expected to popularize | way of amusement coin 1 comfortwill 7Sl xe IQl ll 1d 'dA
said. to have brought a PRISONER WANTS I ITO HAMPTON .. Starke Chamber of Comm ,
: it jn a recreation ground. __ \ supplied.Ile i
$193,000.!); com: lUCK TO FARM: I Hampton Friday. May 1 1.-:Mrs. a rt'c im'Cts every Thursday "rael :y i ih
I has selected it bc-aut'ful' C night at the City: I

'nsacolatb nearly-1,090 men Live Oak-Suwunnee county Aires Superintendent hutch\ He 1"1'I I' II. F. Chesser is spending this weekin sight, an I shows taste in his ar- ... Hall livery citi/rn: of I
farmers /
and boys expected to arrive in and many of the prominent Ready to Come (Back I Jacksonville tho guest of her I .C the town is i expected to bpresent. .. '
Pensacola between now and September citizens of this city have recently I Fennell. inngcmints.Kniciy" .. 8 o'cloik. 1.11
sister Mrs..
training began et Fort Bar- mach rances today, with two regiments ting out large acreages of Satsuma I Mrs. L. J. Wynn and Mrs. L. A. .
was visiting the State : 1 laiMJncss visitor
and the Springs: was a
planting t
anti-air craft oranges a the wedding '
arriving, for gunnery Wynn and I family attended!
IVnal institution lit lUiforJ, ntelegram
season for this! particular of this week I
type b t'
the :501th; and Sloth regiments Wilbur i ii .i.i.i.t..i.i..i..I.i i r'
for nephew,
citrus fruit is close at hand the I| was received from a of Mr. Wynn i
of the officers reserve prisoner ,, Ocala' Otto \\itt, of Lake City, w'.m: .. *
officers nurseries in the county have been I Itaxed mer convict now an escaped Scottto Miss Babcoik ut : II'i '
corps, comprising forty has been at large since has I been leaching In the public
who
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and number of enlisted men. needs to of full those capacity who arc supplyingthe interested I! June of last( year having escaped I)II last Sunday. I I schools of south Florida, was the i Forrester & CormichoelAuihorird i : :-..

St. Petersburg-A total oC 89- in this Industry. j I from one of the road gangs. The I !Mrs. F. A. Scott' and daughter, guest of his uncle, L. II. BeJJni i( I ; 'i

-- contents of the telegram read as Mrs. Cornell of DeLuml were the Laugh this week. ;

000 boxes' of oranges and grape- A POOR) BRIDGE PLAYER follows: guests of Mrs. L. J. Wynn this I 1
fruit were shipped! from this city W. P. Mitt and family, of AIl
GIVES UI' IN DESPAIRBy Florida May 11th. week.P. .
Bartow
during the season just closed by chua county v-cre visiting in Hampton t, : Sales' for i L a
Blitch State Farm."I I
Supt. y
the Milne & O'Berry citrus fruit J. Pearce and family, who last Sunday.J. .
( Edgar A. Guest.) escaped June 13th. Send for -
company according to an announ- : havo been visiting Mrs. Pearce's I
When auction bridge came into me at once. Answer collect. P. 1 Inner, will fill his regular
cement today. During the season sister, Mrs. Phillips! of Sanford, ; CLAY AND) ItKADFOItl COUNTIESPONTIAC \\'
view, It was signed Jack chapman, appointment at tho Christian \
19,000 boxes of citrus fruit wee returned their home here last I' .
But little of the rules his address 33 Church to .
and 70,000 box- I knew. (giving as church next Sunday. i
shipped by express Sunday.A. 4 4t
The confused I confess street:) Bartow Florida. .
es by freight. T he shipments wentto gamo me, l'
practically every state in the! I struggled to achieve finesse, What prompted this telegram af- W. Tobey,, is receiving many Miss Eva Williams was a visitorto

union it was said. All the fruit And I gave up seven years and ter so long a time and when he compliments from tho people of Gainesville this week. t I

was packed at the Oukhurst plant. !I more' had at least reason to const ler Bradford county for the recent I Mr. and
In learning to compute the score. himself comparatively safe from improvements that he has made nt and, daughter Miss Evelyn of (

Gainesville-Paul Norfleet and I I detection? Perhaps the honor system Hampton Beach. Three nice concrete I Pompano are the guests of MrsVeatheraby's i ANDOAKLAND
Campbell Nail, :Ncwberry- youths, Majors and minors seemed to bo I which :Mr. Butch has so suessfully "- I bungalows are near completion I I Ii
\ )brother, B. Y. Saxon. a
charged with criminal assault on I A problem much too deep for me. I placed in vogue and! which and a large pavilion is being

a young girl were released from I studied long that little chart has been decried. by many was tho erected also tnth rooms, and every I i bone Ogden Truby Dyal and I 1

custody today on $2,500 bonds, for ) But never got it down by heart ,! important thing that prompted l this thing that will have a tendency to I Riley Wasdin, of Graham wcro i' i a

their appearance before the grand For many years the game I played man to act as he did. I II. add to tho pleasure' public/ in the I business visitors hero this week. : t

jury of the June terms of the circuit And 1 never knew what scores were I Mr.. niitih is making a RUCC'RS'' I .

court. made. of, the farm and of the system and i iI' -
is'' '! S.I.ES1; ; ) SHUVH'H: t
what is vastly more important,
OcaU Florida. will soon have
.
But just a month I found __ .
ago making men over into good useful : -- h ---= .
one ot' the most> up-to-date tag I I I ,
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My knowledge of the rules was ,: tho
citizens. lie not killing man
the when that M I II
country
under plant.in< instruction, nt Raiford iscomplrtr sound, in the man but is doing his best II Pontiac Six $950.00 Delivered f.
The values of the suits I'd I r.r.l'IiOlU1'S .
Il'ul'neol.AlIll
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real in tho man
1.! according to John P.. to bring the man ..
Wall who, is superintending the so the little chart I burned. i I to the surface so that after had 1 1 -

construct' Mr. Wall was supervisor Said I: "The age of doubt Is passed I lelJ.hiM prison he will have live : : ( OF (iI::SElt.\l. :MOTOKSKl { ; .
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,.f the industrial divisionof I of life, and n ('esire: for achievement { II I : .
I know what spades are worth at I along uryfiil lines' In his
state prison : j
for the fi.Jit: Pennsylvania'ears.WauhulaFortyanc. last. heart instead! of hatred I i It I Iv'1 f ( ; OF 'I IIH SMALL: SIXES t
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rx -
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cars of Said I to :friends who'd come to'' ji
of play SAMPSON CITY I : JfIO) : RATIONS (iLAILY; ) (GIVEN; ; .
cucumbers, four cars oranges ..,
four ears of mixed vegetables two "I'll keep the tally, if I may." -- A .
Sampson City May 1-1.-Rev. C. : -
of "Good! they exclaimed "Of course
and -
of tt-matoes a oar potatoes
cars left here luring the first you know A, Cresby of Stake, will fill his !' rt : GlEN; COVK: SI'WNUS, FLOIMDA: ) -1'IIONK: 12
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four .days;, of May, wcordinflr( to the They changed the rules] a month regular appointment hero Saturday ...

records. of'> the freight ( ffice.: In ago. night and Sun.lay morning. 'f '1 i : A Star e Agency to Ixj Opened in the :Near': Future. ;
addition., 149 crates !jf cukes Mi The old count will no longer do, Everyone: Is Invited to attend. I .

hampers of beans, 593 crate) of Are you familiar with the new?" Mr. and, Mrs. Tommlo Oldham, .

squash 1LM: crates of oranges: 112 and baby, of Graham visited M.. I .. -.

crates of peppers, 82 crates of potatoes "Love's labor lost." I sighed, "In nnd Mrs. W. II. Smith Tuesday. I i s. V. I i t- .t..i. ;

43: crates. of tomatoes four vain Lewis Puvrlth was a visitor to : i it

crate of eggplants! threi crati Was all that mental tug and strain, Waldo Sunday: I I (.__.._._._._.._ ._ _.._.._.._.._.._.._.._ _.._._..___.._._ ,\ >11 t

of two crates of beets and n Seven years of anguish and do- 1 J -

crate cuiti.of n-U-ry, was. shipped by I ex spair Mr.\ and Mrs.!\ F. E. Rossignal anJ i icon I I The "(;Lon! MAN" is coining t KATTKHYnrin I IJ.\lt.IN( ) \..}!.

Which did not get me anywhere, : Jean, f Jacksonville) spent the '
)press.St I'm back once more where I began week-end he*.' with relatives. i May 14th and 15th t ::: .nr-n: OclO'::: locao:::

\uru"tlnf'-Durin, : the' past And he must keep the score who Mr. and Mm.\ W. 11. Smith are his tni-nrmual \ of f Fabrics I (;uaranlccd't '
movedout Display
week :;ll! cars of potatoes ran" receiving congratulation on tho I FOR hours

..i the Hastings district, which .- 27.1! Fashions.11'ookts t 8 Service and
arrival 0a son born April (
I ii the largest shipment recorded TO OPEN; :-':fWL"rO ill be shown in full
The little lad has been named I' : \\ ;
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for anv week so far this year. The ,;, AGENCY;; AT STARKEW. '' Lewis; Wadsworth. length drapes. Service SatisfactionStern's

week beg.lining May 10 Is also exI I I
4 l regard '' :Mr.\ and :Mrs. B. Parish and Measures taken scientifically and
1 ported t" he very heavy as C. Carmichacl of the firm II'II'I ,

S. shipments, but it is not hought It'' of Forrester and Carmichael, of Gray Jon..&!.', of Wu.l
will bp quite as heavy as the week' Green Cove Cpringi distributors M. Varnhs Sunday! afternoon.Mr. I future delivery.\ I
and :Mrs. II. A. I'recott spentSunday : EXIDE Batteries Phone 87
just pa.; I cars pair! Sturko a visit this In Starke /guest of his par.cut I This exhibit authorized by- _. :

Apalachicola More than half 111 i week and announced that they will *, Mir and Mrs.:' S. J. Prescott I I
million pounds of shrimp; were The Globe Tailoring Company
Ian open a branch office at Starke in Among the visitors to Hampton ." .
caught in Apalachicola waters CiniinnctiAlakrn ;
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the future.
near Coach: Sunday: afternoon weroMr. '
week by local fisherman the pre- of "Af JU M'.UtJ" bikes }
the It seems that they alread and! Mrs. Lester Kita and ,
dominance of which were been drawing a large trade from daughter Mr. and, Mrg. Willie
prawn, a rarity and restaurant delicacy NAT STERNBERG J. R. DAVIS & CO. t
among sea foods!, according, this section which warrants n Dyal and children, Mr. and :Mrs. M. ,

of the closer personal touch. I Varnos, and children and :Mrs.' R. L. : r,
Sheally !
to Capt. C. A. I Carmichael. ] has been making Johnj.'I ,
Brown W. S. Xabb and L. L.
Sheally Fish and Oyster Company regular weekly trips through this r

who asserted that not only was'this territory for some time past. lIe Mr and, Mrs. L. Morgan, and INSURANCEAGENCY h

the largest week's run in the history daughters visited her sister, Mr[ *.
was formerly handling Chevrolet i rat >
j of the industry, but that "the Green Cove Springs which bus 1. W. II. Smith here recently.Mr. I 1I ESTABLISHED 1886

shrimp were the largest and finest I ness he lately sold to the Clay : and, Mrs. L. Johnson and St. I J
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ever caught. i iPalatka County Motor Co., of Green Cove''' Elmo Durrar.ce, of Jacksonville! FLA.4iM
I STARKE .
j' -Few Floridans are Springs. spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday I I \'o.1 y

award of the fact that Palatka pos- | Stark welcomes every new en- | here guests of their uncle and :

seoes an Industry which has be-, terprtse. aunt, :Mr.' and :Mrs J. S. Thomas. J 1 ;



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.1GE; FOUR HIIADFOKII COUNTY ".I! asritI':'I. : FARKC. FI.OHII FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1J2G'! I Ic
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-------5 I nocrmary toolM. ,tnnor. cntilmnent and mi
ADYKirilSH) : -
at this Mrs. A. :M.:
us meeting
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1 'rlnl n..II.y to eomplifto sold brldun
c.i.a.l ,- The Prince and His In aocorilnncc with the pinna mid flFutliin
> :: Drirby, of Gainesville who wan our Cinderella nue -
( Buffalo! Realtor). t on fill In the ..,tl... of the ('I,..Ic.lOt >
farmer 1 president.\ /Don't) complain about the profit., Hitvo lumr'ln In Sin W and Lain Hut.tor. .
: Wn'ti1.e After the business the women .
SOCi. When' your business/ takes n Each bd( mn' .t be sceomtian'td' 1 by> n e', r'i-
ipent' the afternoon ccwlng for var- fli'd phicfur Hi PIT curt ot the, H"iuuntuf J
"lumpHlc ties bid and made paynbt to the Chulr
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ii"i1purposes.' our next meetintc \Cl rjinpetitnro around your alas if the B, nH of Road Tnsl t*... of .I'n.
wo will begin sewing for an I a vwr (f the Ion scanty n> H Ktiaranevo that the ktieci ,..
I'linm H t "n--iaiitl.v, lure on! jump; fill,' Mililt ull] wjlliln ''t'1' dn '.
.. "nbiun, ,. which the society is to ) vMtuu n
I''t, \1"1 i t the buying public contract and "I>. n loud and miffil,, I I., nt
-_-_-. .-nm, ,_-_ ,11 I., tl'i1 for. a your. hand for n sum vniuil, tu the nmutitit. ur iiutcontiact : .
To Mcp up unit patronize .
fur thu faithful
perforniHtici. of
11.\\ I--H Mil I I-A) I .\ I li, ,''n' in j'latomyv.n" g\<>n .\ bee 0: for our hospital in Yung \ t rn they -seldom hoar of thu contract.
< In. .VIChina \ I 9hnrI hI la ne nut to n-lfft
was o.relTill"ked., any IT
i i-if" mils':&' .if n tonti'st "" "" "1 > VI i.ur ..tuff.nd-Ad".l'tls.: nil bids

: ,'. mtil :llrs..1.. 11. llnilrs-. .f wn .,,p',- '.111',- I Knnl.v: know tlu1 1'111'\! : the same being done by Mrs. H. L. I E.!: S. MATTHEWS.

t\, innoiinco tho marriage o' ."f. i of hinn.'iii' body Ntiffii icnlly to sec 1I1."wnl.Ir": W. J. Epperson andMrs. 1 11.'t'. 1 1'fniifthe pesky weather A. Ft'TCH.Beerrtury CIai r man.

,,' ,ilniiuliti>r, :Mnttie EIi1nlth: to it that none are lost on the wa:y. : Goo. r. White. The content. \\ h n t the\: patronage is poor Ie. '<--l.l-M-S.il

t't'1: h'. I William, ; Duvi, of Tumpu' ;: Of) course she) will have.. look afti of tIre 'box 0: were valued at $21 li.i d't ( \\ hh, "-\1 I ry ocher business I
i Hiring. tho I locinl half hour tho .. r s :
: fourth\ ll an. I ,>r details herself, because those s .' nis in prosper and enduro.tiL.ito WEATHER. REPORT
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. ". wedding wns. n very quiets' i ii' i iCM applying as maid were unable t.> hwstess"imcixtod by Mrs. LaMar \N la? their methodsA'.i I I

"t.t taking plnro, in Tnmpn. ThfIn qualify > all forgetting to. put in I i served ice ten and sandwiches.: !. 4 ; M it'll. find to your surprise May (0\ to May 12.Date .

,.'<'!.. i ia clmrmini brunette, and'Rome Important article when the 11"t I |i too'" 'men who know their busi- Max. 1\1ln. PI..cip.

i iw n i i'i.nlinto,I nurse of SI 1. Lllkof (\'.* auto was pocked tCieogrnphy UI'SINESS AND: i'rtom\\1: Ml'-- : May G 75 51 .00(\

)-,o-pltd,! : this. city, having mnrloJm vsns also n feature of :MEETING: \K, t tli... ones that-Advertise. May 7 7d 57 .00

.a. 'Ii "'n\ Ito' < }her home for the pn'it.; the evening, just to refresh our" I 1II11Y' II Sit 65: .110
I The bti-ini'ss 11I.n; ,' ,1 I
flvo MMIMr -. MK-morirK nnil enable us to follow program > 'u: in.i;' know of distant planetsN : May II 80 61 .00
the W. M. S. was held :'ulnae(. < ,Ii,
: Olivia, IB a young business | :\lIA 11I1'" mentally on her journey ,t A : ? r hoard of heretofore; I May 10 90 G6 .IJO
h'rno..n.In: :3rd nt tho In"HUP ,ii,i
o mini <\Of Tiniipn, vvlioiv! ho In connortoil i i through, ninny tales. .: Y ,11 m! ,\- find the "Youthful Foun : :May 11 00 60() .10

with Peninsular State Oill| Mrs. I'glow clearly and sweetl/ MrW.! J. Mpperion.It : tll;n" Joy 12 8\1\ 71 .00
was the pleasure of. tho Start, I
; ('01l11".n,'. I\ pang for :lire Ames, in German, 11 I,i' I,1 IIi';, w..rJ.is. \ searching for; T W. M. S. to hn"II" ," )I. I
Mr lI'n,1 Mr*. H'Iwill! make | "Farewell, You Lonely House" by "lIru 1 .&.intock 1 your place of busim inches
members. of tho Luwtoy I und. Rni-I
Tampa their homo and, in their new I I Kaimund: and an encore, "The --.
ford Societies :Mr. O. n.! f
i life h.'ivo with thorn the good, wish-I| I'.roken Kins" by Klchrndoif: with CoopiM'' : \\ ,Hhi, ., finest. merchandise: ..
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of :Mncon, On., wn tile vie tInt ,r -
r c'' of n host of friond' *.--TimesUnion. :\11'''. \Davis ns accompanist. a ;,, wt 1 I '" \\ I"rid 1 1 will never know It- I"'I'U''OUK" .' t l I' rLKKKS

: !I Throughout the evening the piano thin meeting.The v Intel' youAdvertise.v)3111ENIS 1 I'rrelnrln.. 1. LnwtpyI
Usual, business attends, 1 ......,,. .
-. Eliyiiluth was ; n 1' C'li'rk and It. A rt]..n-li-
wut played informally by :Miss 111M\IIIND nr-l M. C. I'.,.,.lan and .1. A. Howi, I...
\CK\II'Ii.nlll"\: which
: : ) ,\N to, after a very intoroxtincand 4try' ( ): J : ) .
KeiKlrifk 1 and Mrs.: 1C.: M.: MctnrM.
Instructive program was carried FOR ROAD ATTENTION PrtTinrt Nn. 2. Htnrka (North>
:Mr. I,. R. Hlarkmiin and Mrs W. D.ivis.Tho. : T I-. \\nil Clirk and Roy NVwuomf. T
out with11'''. S. M. Cox asleader.
; prlyo of the evening! nn artistic I!. Willlutn* unit n.; II H, S. :Strcminn. Jr., of Miami: werequlrtlv Jacksonville, :May 11.-The peronol
The for the afternoon
.subject No. .1, "8lnrk' South)
married :Moiulny) afternoon cardinal, was awarded to1 "Our South American attention being given to .1 I. I.. INK I,, CliTli nod I T N. Kfmlrltk.

nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. :Mrs. Pearl Ames, of Luke Worth Fields was" roads in the western section of Du. J.V. .ctor. *IMwHrdH. and A. W. Andpraun. Inapt

Dowling on Walnut .street, by Rev.Enoch who immediately raged it. All delighted val county by Joseph F. Hammond Prrelnrt. Nn. 4. Graham.
present were greatly Clii'dlfy -'o"... ('"'.k nnd' John
her Surrrncy,
The hostess. assisted by
:Mnrvln of the Methodist chairman of the board of
Rooks ,I to he favored with two solos by ra ..a county O. w. Ilvitl, and Kilty, WHmlvn. lnnpcctora.Prrrlnct .
church.Immediately. ,daughter Miss Carrie, III'.v.,1bnllntlful commissioners, is commended in 1rl..nt a :No, S. llamplnn.
this V
and the Mrs. Wright a visitor at meet.ing. -S II. John. (''''rk tad O. Hnym, J. IT.Siixon .
after the ceremony refreshments issue of the White house Hiiil. J. C. Keen, Inniitwlon.Hrvrinrt .
evening was concluded by a chorusof Nn. 6. ThereM
Mr. and Mrs. Blackmon left for Reporter.
:Mrs. J. M. Brownlee! gave a very It C. ""',I><,....r.. Clerk and O. W. Moore,
i juice, Charming In tM Edward W Brownlnj. wealthy former
appropriate parting songs I COM :
points of Interest in South Florida of the InstituteIheld Commissioner. Hammond hnsbeen Neal] Younicbluoil. und A. L. Sullivan Inpretora. -
interesting report I .- i estate man and hla Cinderella. Fran .. "P.a he'" Htwnsn It, have .
after which they will be at I 1 in Lake City on April 19-20. I -1 a 1I..1e& place to the on Long Islam but tbs camara to keeping I busy for two or three week Precinct No. 7. New Ri ..rD

home to their friends in Miami RCOTT.U\ COCK After the business and Udik ef them "obtaining adequate drainage for W. K,'Iley. Clerk and (.. w. And.......
programthe
:Mm. Blackmon who is n sister- An interesting event of last Sun. hostess served delicious fruitpunch --- -- I all]\ new road in the vicinity of II. F. Kenfroe. and M. P. Wiggins. Innpvctora. -

: in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Dowling, White House and in laying the Precinct Nn. e. Brookar
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and home-made cake.LANC.FORD.BEAI.ING
Oth at o'clock m., friends here last week.
day May one p. CHRISTIAN
J. D. Hooter Clerk and C, S. Kelley, E.
has foundations
visited hero on several occasions for a substantial road
and has made friend was the marriage of Mr. Wilbur A. | Meets every Lord's Day at 1 0(11 1 Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dye and sons system there.Attention T._Stewart. and wade Harnll. Inapnuira.0.14-41-6-4.

many Scott and Miss Lillian\ Mae' Babcock | a. m for Bible study and Scriptur. I Bryan! und Fred were guests of 0 '
here who are extending bestwishes. .. Is also called to the
in the First Methodist churchof '! al Communion.BAPTIST their parents, :'111'. and Mrs. A. M. -- --- -
Mr. Maurice Langford, son of' recent orders of Commissioner
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t Ocala Florida the ring ceremony lilanchuni for the week-end. Theywe.e
; Mrs. Lnngford of the TelephoneExchange ClirUCII NOTICERev. Hammond in instructing Superintendent Summer Frock /
f IN IIONOR OF MRS. AMES being performed by Rev O. I accompanied home by :Miss
married Richardson .
was Saturday to place a surfacing
E. Rice, pastor in charge.The' Arthurine Blum-hard. !
I,, afternoon to Miss Lota Healing, of I Thomas Harmon pastor I I gang on the end of the Max-
" a The ladies of the First. Presby. bride, was attired a lovely Sunday school 10:00:( ) a. m. :Mr. and. :Mrs Charles Burke and 1
Providence. They will make their :] 'I ville road to level countless bumps
'J''. tcrian church met Friday evening sisters' :Mrs. Mahle Kirkland, as' home in Gainesville.: :Morning worship, 11:00: a. n. children arc visiting Mrs. Sheitlinfor P

fur with Mrs. John TJglow to honor matron of honor and :Miss Ila Bab- '! Mr. Langford will be remembered B. Y. P. U. services, 7:0(1: p. m. a few days. I'I'I spotsPRESBYTERIAN- 7 r 1

'. Mrs. D. I. Ames, who with her .Ot.k as bridesmaid. The groomsmen i Eveningworship, 8:00: p. m. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown of i

))1" husband is. leaving for Calif rn.1' were Mr. Walter Glatren and ,. the by many efficient of coach our young of the peoplea Ala- : :Mid-week service, Wednesday, I Tampa, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. I CHURCH SERVICES ,..;..;..... >>

; this month. :Mr. AI :Sullivan; all of DeLand.. J. T. :Moore.Messrs. .
rhua High school basket ball teams 1 8:00: p. m. I II ;: : : ::::::..
The opened with beautiful characterized Fred Moore Robert and ::::::::':':':':"
I"rl'ttrnnl11" n This wedding was We eordialy invite to worship Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m. : \
last year.-Alchun Free Press you I I .:.:.:.:.:.;:.:.:.
r piano solo, Chopin's Fifth Nocturne by elegant simplicity in i C. Y. Mayo were visitors at the Preachingat 11:00 o'clock | ,\
with us. II : a. m.
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i Mr. Ijinirford, who was formerlyone :;;; ; :; ; ;:
played most. artistically by I every detail. I I home of their parents :Mr. and :Mrs.J. Intermediate Endeavor Society nt l'
of Stnrkc's most. prominent I
Mrs.. E, M. Davis. I The bride wan attired in n lovelycostumo PRESBYTERIAN 11. Moore, Sunday. 2 p. m. ;
'I realtor, bus friends! here I
The presentation of nn I,' '.bot of oyster' white :Mollyocrepw ninny 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday school :Mr.Villiani Godwin of :Miami, Senior Endeavor Society at 7 i I f
who will extend best wishes
vncum gallon jug for ue on theirlong I trimmed in hand made roses, i I 11 o'clock Preaching service Dr. was. in town last week. ; o'clock p. m.PI..o'hinJt'.

auto trip wns made by Mrs I with which she wore n white picture :M ,\Y :MEETING OF Tucker pastor.. :Miss Eunice Dinkins, of Jackson- at 8:00' : p. m. .;::::::::::= a
I 2 o'clock Intermediate. Endeavor
A II. A. Tucker with the following hat and enric-d a bouquet of I' THE OMAN'S ri.l'H meeting.. p. m. Miss Isabel Fernandez I ville, was visitor here Sunday: I Mid-week prayer service Wednesday :.::.;:.;:.::.::.:.= i

c original lines: To Kmily white rose buds and dainty ; ::, superintendent i Mr. W.. E. Torode and Rev Hinton I II 8:00: p. m. :::;:;:::;: r t

I As. I sit here n thinking in a lonesome ferns. The matron of honor wasI'ressed The monthly meeting of the Woman's 7 o'clock p. m.? Senior Endeavor I were transacting, business in I II You are invited to the above services :;:;:;::::::

1 sort of WIlYi in orchid georgette, the Club opened Wednesday afternoon Society. j Jacksonville Monday: !I I

Of our dear Emily Ames, who i Is I maid of honor was gowned, in pink by the rending of the club 8 o'clock preaching service. :Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Hill and, son, 'I .-- I l l:1 1 tb t tImW
NOTICE TO lOXTKCTORS
soon to go away; georgette each wore hat and accessories collect after which "The Suwannee Wednesday at 8 o'clock mid-week Louis Jr.. have returned home after -,

She's greeted us so often with her of the same .dainty shade River" wn sung prayer service. n pleasant motor trip through j S",-alyd 1,1.1. will lie rcrrlMil bv It\ Honnlnf ,
i Bond Trtmtc.t-1 of Union County and lh.* tIf'
cherry smile I so true of color, and I their bouquets. were of I The secretary read, the minutes The Woman's Auxiliary meets the southern part of the state. Hoard nf Hi.nd Truntt'ra of llra-tford eruti'vjniitly ,

: And now that she is. leaving us, pink rose bud.. Both the mother of the last meeting, which were approved the first Monday evening of each The many friends of Mr. Frank nt br due ail* until I pm. on tl> .
1 1-th d a)' if Mny. A I) 1IU8 and nt that ;
it Kind a makes us t luu'. ",' bride and of the groom carried by the cbib.The month Green will regret to know that he time, publicly' np, ,'n..l for I III I'I', ructionof .

:.1 i Put that is. life's .sad story, with, hand bouquet'' of pansies. and treasurer in her report' has entered :St.; Luke's hospital for n br.,lni' user. New KIM r. n,',. n punt- -" ........ .
ENOK.\\OR NOTES who rp Kiul :No 14 m Iliadfuril< C 1111) A II : : : !
TI \X
\ its ,parting, hard to bear IYet I maidenhair; fern. stated the club bad ",'"wthillj'C'r nml an operation" and wish him a cm. ** Nvw Rltrri '
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"or tin- .1! t It-tnu'iim' .I ail:! IS
all has been intended! so, or it''' The church wax lu-iut'fitUv; decm five hundred, dollais with only The senior Christian Kndoavor' speedy recovery.Rev .

I'f wont 'n't have been there. |I ..ted with Kn-ter: li'lieo' and gladioli very few pledge! paid.1.I will! hold\ / its meeting at 7:00: p. m. J. \'. Robinson has returned :.::;.::::::::::.:;.:: !I ..

arranged byMr :Mr. Alvaroj (chairman of 1"1"" ,.. home after a to Umntilla 1 an.1 I : : : : : < .
most artistically Sunday at the Presbyterian church: trip PfjNl ::;::::::::;:

The alluring .scenes uf our grant: : A. H. Freeman.' ids Day) Program) gave the "glud I the lender being Mss: :. \Lucille::\! other points n. the south. PaN S E t' M : ; ll )1

f Nort'ivest are calling! her frini I After the ceremonv and congrat'illations tidings". that on Tuesday, :May the :Mitchell. The topic which. will be :Mather's flay Prna-amn'e .r. . -t.-if<

from our side j the I bride and( groom hat I ISth she would\ present her program discussed I "How to use the Bible." :Mother' Day wastry bea'i u. The unV' I'i.-- ,III a :.;::;::::;;:: .. .,
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May .she! then1 have j joy and !glad- luncheon with Rev. unit :Mrs' O. E. and have n* her speaker Governor I If you welsh to further )'0'11' fu'ly observed. in both' the Baptist! of T'r'ia nil! .I 1 "', : '. .....................v. .. f.!,; t, >

ne:s, nn I have n wondrous ride Rice: nt the parsonage, :Mr. Rice :Martin. Elaborate preparations knowledge, with reference to the bud :Methodist churches both jS3rd. J"; .,.'..:'t n..ar.. .. ::.::.::.::.:::,i 1. tzlp

The love m our hearts. will follow | having/ been the former pastor of I have been made for this: pro ,' Bible come and ju'n us in this churches being lovely in their decorations "m.II.'"n girl . : ;.1 "J!

her wherever the may roam I the young couple at DC Land.Mr. gram and at the same time the short but interesting meeting. A'l I und splendid. programswere H'e'i- -y Tnt >.. .-.-. f I t ;. .

t And some .sweet diy, we'll happy It I I : and :Mrs. Scott left early In clot\ women are entertaining; the' are welcome. Come and spend an rendered.Rev. a't r.-esea :. I Kut .1' :: :: .:,::.:. :t ( "
be to welcome I her back h..III..1' I Robinson: hj addressin tit then have: r \ the afternoon for a wedding. trip '' associate members! of the club, with .enjoyable hour with us.nillliltKN !gate ..:..:..:u.. ....... ...,. 't.
She'll grasp the wheel and roll after which they will reside in P,'- a banquet. the :\It ethmiht church with a special n
1 I JIc'sof:: :! :>y* tie fl<1c.1e.: 'r'Js.II. .,
away" o'er velvet, road so (1'1..1 t ti Lnnd. where :Mr. Scott is a popular A committee. of five including ( 01CO'li: EIFR.1CY' musical! program --1' u noel: '.y I U a t.'tu :.nry Io. J ,

i ; Friend husband sitting by her M 1.1 I young< business. man. The bri lo Mesdames: X. Wninvvright.. 0.I I IL. :Mrs W. H. Edwards. ..

i, whispering' "Dearest thou art I traveled in nn attractive dress!!! ofold Beasley, J. U Peek L. Wymnn I The Ruby Davis Chapter of Chil-1 Rev Hinton gave the address in Tw! <;""pn : -., : 1 r +'. *r ,
ti. r.3ill Ted that to ni.- I I'I :- Jj
mine.." | with touch of II.Ili":1: :\1"b.1.II.lor will 1 meet lit the Baptist .church and a very pretty .
\ rose flat crepe, a \ : were appointed I,Inn of Confederacy I I Land ubout the tint of the numii.' :' t. >> v. ', '
blue and gold in the trimmings. to have charge! of the ban- 'four ,,'dock, Saturday:; :May 22 at''f I pageant "The ,\', man Sv the' '" ... f' ,'':: 1

The Presbyterian ladies. Em-.ly ;Is j Those nlt'n.lillthp wedding queL! the home of :Mrs L. A. Pnvis. Alii| Way." win given by the following IVH u.to o'''o1e *...< ,'. ':

of know j children Carrie and Charles Hte Tin he ,-v ,I'" ;I" ... oYhcia 'J':
one us you f from other places. besides tho The tri-vounty federation will beheld i,members nre requested to be preuIeat j : In' actlo" I'd ci''n.'e.l, 1 ,
Have gathered, here this evening' 21st. This Grace and George AI" "'Ill. Bettrice : 'e "" '
? I 1..I.lalpart)' were: :Mr. and :Mrs. R. in :Macclenny. May ,,1, .

our love for her to show, j F. Babcock and son. George. Helen n..tinhod been postponed until: )l :Mrs.. L. A. Davis, Director. I :Miner, Rosie Ma and Ruth ):ere ': >n *:xt
While rolling: o'er prairies ,I "I Kirkland: :Misses Grace: Smoak, this date.Annual. I Howe :Mary Torode, Mosby Hmun c'l f.nu) )eur.11.! : i ih o ; t This dress designed by a famous

l'I i erts, and the Rixky I :Moutams( I Emma Smonk. Emma Smedley, :Mr. reports were. given frontthe -LAWTEY i Ronald Pitts. A. V. and Glad .*o a ccer p' r' 'T pVnrlvlan latter In of maroon fantasy

, grand i iLawtey Reddish rl-emar. .Ilk, the top trlnitm-d In beige
and :Mrs. :Morton :McDonald :MesTH. various chairmen. Each, report crepe
; She and David will develop: thirst.: A. Wie.be. Thomas. : Moore, J. It. was very ...nl'out'o'inlOanl! :May H.-{ Mr. and :Mrs.. :Musical program i'i charge of 'I I1 I.ci's 5... .. .r de especially chin IrlmnuHl nimble "for!,!h the braid.summer It Is

! some cooling draft! must b,' on I Burch all of p..LanI11'; : and Mrs. '' showed that every member had accomplished I Edward! Bennett, of Denver Colorado :Mrs. George Anderson.! 1Tyer IIII(, afternoon

i hand- '' Stanley Carnell, of Ormond!; Ir.I' their goal.\ are guests of :Mr. and :'oln.j|

We beg her to accept this jug and Each :May meeting is over Charles DinkIns. :Mrs. Bennett formerly ZIFF ..
: and given
and Mrs.I J. T. Quigley, Mr. i: I
t drink fr'nIt along the way, :Mn. F. A. S.-ott, of Starke; :Mr. to the annual election of officer: lived here and! it is the wish. ', Scotch and Irish "Mellies" Here" I IiJ
make Ziff :May 11.-:Mr. and Mrs
To health of the Presbyterian ladies : and :Mrs.' L. J. Wynn, :Mr. and Mrs :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright was of her friend that she will

each, and every day. L. A. Wynn and tilullhtert.fary.: I unanimously elected president., her home in Lawtey.Mr. :Mallory\ Thomas, and children! ->iStarke. I
spent Sunda here! wit.
I lees and Elaine, of Hampton; Dr.I I Mrs. Wainwright has most ably I : E. J. Roberts spent the weekend .
Thomas' ..i.t.Iu.: J.V..
:Mrs.
r Next: winter in that lard of I ice and and :Mrs... A. II. Freeman Edwin II | served In this. .capacity for the1' in Jacksonvile. \ with his son an I ....."

snow, where the mecrury is 15 Freeman F. J. Williams: of Ocala' I club at a previous two years. The daughter :Mr. and :Mrs.! Lonnie Lewis. -j .
I Mrs J. B. Thomas, spent th-
20 below .
to and :Mrs Troy B. Hewitt of StAugustine. members are very glad! to have herserve I Roberts. Jacksonville 'J, ,
I lied fingers stiff, her toes froze, I week-end in : with ."- -
i iCIRCLE again. :Miss Pearle Griffith is visitingher : :Mrs. II. Shaw anJ .. \
her daughter
l1l.k like lat ,
and her nose w '1 :Mrs E. K. Perryman was unan-I i brother :Mr. Arthur Griffith. I ... i .;
I son H. E. Thomas.Mr. .
summer's: rce; MEETING: 1I
imously elected vice-president. I in Tampa. I i-
She'll to David. I'm weary of I Iold I and Mrs. J. W. Lewis, open
say -
:Mrs. C. A. Futch. by unanimous i, "
:Mesdames J. G. Goodfellow. W.
bliszardy whine.Take : Saturday afternoon in Brooker.Mr. .
\ winter's The Circle meeting ofthe W. M. ,; vote elected andfor'treasurer. '
Florida\ \ the was secretary E. Torode and Effie Miner were I I : and :Mrs. H. H. Howard ai
me. O take me S of the Baptist church was hell 'ollalahE'1: Weller
land of sunshine :Monday afternoon at the home of elected. : was shopping in Jacksonville last Wed. :| children and Mr. and Mrs R. U

the sweet roses on-e nesday. | Thomas were called to Hough, t .i
Let me Brent Mrs I W L. Wall. | We feel sure that with these officers
more in the land of birds und Each woman present was presented cha.1tthe club has abright Mr. and :Mrs.! R. E. Flair and lit- latter part of the week to be at thv

I f' oranges galore with a .small bag with the in and new tle daughter: Bobbie Ruth after a'' bedside of their little n.ph.Dal.- T

Let me .see the stately palm I tree following verse attached: ahead. prosperous year pleasant visit with :Mr. and :Mr*. ton Hunter, who has been serious!

R. Boggs have 'returned to their ill.
and paddle: a canoe.Take
Mrs.: M. C. Stith. beautifully
me to Florida, for not'II "When the day is bright and clear \ "Robin Sing sang: very Tune" home in Georgia. |I1 W L. '.iiigpen.: / and mother. 01Starke.
a Merry
else. will!\ do. Drop a copper cent in here. by Newton. :Mr. and :Mrs. Bryant Reddish of were in our section Thursday ____

I I i When the day i is dark and wet. The hostesses for the afternoon |) Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. G.I attending to business interests

Let us go back to Starke. wherewe I A i ukel, ; 1 ).'u'lnot\ forget. served a delicious salad course. Godwin, of Lake Butler\ spent Sun. Riley \Va din. and Chesley Fogg M

hall dwell, With a penny a day for the aim day here with their parents :Mr. of Grahamrvere attending to business

l Where we are assured. a welc ..ie I And a nickel for the shower, I IWher I and ::\1,... V. R. Reddish. j I here tat Thursday.Mr. ( j
TEACHERS EXAMS
t from those who love u" well! the summer's. course is ful1 Miss Louise Vaugh left for her 1! : and :Mrs. E. T. Stewart, of I

The gift was acknowledged! in h 1 run- Teacher's examination will beheld home in Umatilla. after spendinga Brooker, spent Sunday here with : .

Mrs Ames' wiurJ gracious m..v. You will add to our treasury do... at Starke school house S few weeks with Miss Helen Rob. :Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis. from The the boom ID old of tlma fddltat h1 Am.rlca brought thw two vetsraaImada a J

ncr, and amid unites and tears ad- er." i a. m.. Thursday. June 8. Bring lerallco.p I Jason Cecil and R. L. Thomas and L. J. "0 1M left y Wh.atb.e'A.. "Ir the ahaml"C/Ck to try tlM... ptrowea '

jtt she was too full for paper pen and ink. Miss Loraine Carter, of Plant I Johns, of Starke, spent the week. 1liuaU7 Thheem. pL Do Is J. "spent It11A (tl.wg geemdeer. .
c e ghee UMLion ebam..... K
pnd, here. Ia Ne.In
words. We were delighted to have with II. B. Wiggins. City, was visiting relatives and a& r.

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FRIDAY. MAY\ II. 1928. BKADFOIU COUNTY( lELKGKAI'H. STAKKE. FLORIDA PARK FIVR "
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... Mrs. A. F. Rnuluraon! of Okee-! I die Squires, announ-el' lor '\' fAX, I rally on the St. Johns. I'i"urViii j> for I nomlTinllon hi'Kli. .nn"to..ifi... ..offl.....It* uf* nmluaM mpr-. 'i., t l{

, : IAIBT I chobee' uIII i :Mrs.\ Raiford IJran- I promptly!' took possotern, > nnd I en- | supply current for )Fort I.nmler- 1 IMtivp In '111* ..*.. l I..<. a al.. r# from. ItrwUftinl .. I ,'}
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ubjwr I tfr ""n. nt tb*
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!, lien of Luke Butler, were in town i I Livened! the occasion with: sev.'r.u '! dude, Tiludvillc and Okeechobpc to DirmTrntia. IIrlm..,. of Jun 811,., If ..)._ .1\ \ I'1
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Bits ofJ..ocal1t.lev fi Y I"1 visiting friends Monday after ,; humorous, selection! Other mew- t the south Deljind, Pnlntku and St. -j 1 I and...I..'.,.''.Inn tl..*..nt.. PM.01.. J *,f.1.thl.. ffnunly vrj* '4sae Il I

noon.I i l ht> !1'8 of Mr. Squire party. worn !II Augustine.to tho north.. = .1 THOMAS } '
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"Let's Go _
I I Ray Chapman of the Chapman I II' -- -- J E
:Mm.\ I. J. Priest spent tho week I.
I Jordan Co. Unwell Crawford t- MKMHKR SrHOOI. nOU'n-l Nil. 1. 'j i lI l
manngcr
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Rev. Thomas Hansen of .
pastor end with her 11"11. Emory Prlvat,, I I I ," pt I.' nnm'tim1* .'0 riiti.l i I ,In. forrii.irlio.i '
s THl'KSUAYriillt.VY: I t the First Baptist ,church left Mon- I' Phil pitt. & Sons, Af-. Cone, ofthe : relurneil.\ : ... mnmh.. r nf thrlii'ol II,.. of Green; Covo Springs, \
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Wilson Otwell Cono Co. :Mr. II' [ Su.: !L n..Ir.-d, CCUMIN I willK.ntlm'i. t(,
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THE 1'11'Y 'I HAT :NEi'ERSI.EEI'S" : I Ulny morning for Houston Texas I 1 '
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to her homo last Sunday evening In I'll I Ihf' iltlKro' uf the offlr : :
I: where he will attend the Southern ,' Horton of the Massey Business> I :nivmii.Kliittiiil.il: : I.:. W K1CKI.ITKHMtCMIlRR : i.

Concerning Cur Pcopli Business ..,.J With Klcnrdo C'orlvLouise i Baptist Convention.. Mr. M. C. I' College und\ :Mr. Brewer, State Secretary :'IIIH9tnu.1; M'trhel. ono ot' Ilnntp.ton's i I'; I, ,\'
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NOJI
IIrt'II'1 mitfceniiful( te'ichers, is visiting WHIHII.! BOARO. t'lKT
Progress; of the County end 'CUT. ser, [Kathryn Williams \' stith will fill the pulpit at the Y. M. C. A. I I In. III hv iitiiKiiulcc, "lumwlf cnnildllltw' forjiii'inlHt 1 \
I Among the work outlined for" th.Ji ;, in Jacksonville this week.riTF" .. .. i'f ilw !Srhoil. 11..1. 1)t, rice. No. !,,
Lou Cvrliin. I Sunday morning service, and tho '.'. oftin. ,
ni'l tiintiii" 1.e n fnt'h' tHr'orninn t"
A paramount Picture evening service will he in charge i Jacksonville Exchnnge: Chit) 1 hi.<< I iluHm. nf ..h,. iiffiv, K '?.ad! I | tolie I "
t Ih,. uf the ""!', ni ilu> Jiin* 1 I
lttH'rt >
is the of 100 underprivileged | t
of members of the Jncksonvillu sending ,
I Is :New York of today better or year ,primary.. ," II f> M\ \Y. i,
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__Men's white linen suits! all! Mr. und al rs. George; B. Flynn( of .verse than in the old-tlme Bowery I i Evangelistic/ Brotherhood.Nat I boys for a two \v .1!(,*' A I I.

Stcrnbers's. Sun Mateu spent Sunday in town days? ,; acting\ nt ('11m!, iun uoknl'c' nshort .....no!. noAto. i iTHirr. a ,...

I' with "iis. Flynn's (parents, Mr. andAirs. This dramn .shows both'I us backgrounds j I Stornborgr. one our leading I, di..tanci> soiitlienst of Sturxc, U COLUMNI I, r..1I"n 1 (,d..Iv to t" .lli nnounp. .ffl... *>iy f ...ntiH.,,h.r
Mr.:\ n. :M. Irimun, spent Thurs Paul F., Cunova.Mr. of, u hearl-tujrivini; ; ? story I iniMrchnnts, who i is a talented comuliiin. i this sunu tor. The visitors. .eDressed \- .."-1.,1 I hriftnl., .ntntrict, ., 4 t nuhj.., 't, to l Ile I_ \ \
I I liST() 'Several weeks. 111'11', nrl in cf 'tl 10. IfemooiKtin primary In
;MI .Im'k-onvlllo., theniMelvos' H"n plenseil. \v t tii;' ; ago .. ;,
day of mother-Iovc. singer lord.( dancer was one *>t tl* iin>I H ."irr lIMo Mil ra uf my GiM'tlniicdIxi.l ; II I
I I ii,, t.'. n brief cniu 'v contuinimr. I ftTfiiH f tlwir Whvlf t ;'I 1
of this l tn
evident section
and Mrs. I. C. Built ol': Jacksonville I the growth "
Shrl.iv
of the performers 1 the .
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SATIIKIIAY: ) ; l Itnviil Typewriter ]plultphirta| mill,I I. A. W Saul' '
A. I p. Andrews, of Raiford, was spent!! Sunday here with A real Western! I Minstrel held) in .larloonville In.-t i nnd exprcxHocl their desire to cooperate tools, Itewnnl, offered for return h /1p r r I
visitor to Starke Saturday. ;Mrs. Bain's parents! Mr. and Mrs.H. week. Among those attending I'.io: with the Stnrke organisa '
n 'UIDINC: tHHHiII'f"I; I to .lames'; ,H.: (iiirdiner; line
E. Largergren.Mrs. I I tion in J lot ntinlt': profitnhlu markets C'(>tNn': COMMISSION. 1C-l>l4TKirr tI ,1, )
I minstrel from here :Mr. and Fl !6.911"FOIL I
were: Jacksonville
\11\:\;, us.
Uth Eplsude-.1re: of Spaile I I l I. r,)l?< .n>o.w. ely, ..n""I... fnoonntv a
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and !I ... R. A. Weeks" :Mr.\ and Mrs. 1.W. 1. \! In Jacksonville for tho farmproduvts f ..,.,nn\_)it.., fr". I>ii.trirt. ,.,.-. '. +
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I MOMlAY; : ,,"""J..I t h', ,llir .Mlo' of ISntvra .t! I tbaPfiiiccrat I
ROD, Paul spout Monday In Jack- IV C. Jcno! and daughter Andrews, Jr.. :Mr. and :Mrs J..I.M I grown h..rlII.IHIII.OOO \!. SALE--Cut': flowers inrlulln i i- I r "d.a,' Jniifi Hlli. IfLoa !
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A Picturefur Kscrybody
I sonville. j Elise and !4011, Arthvr Darby spent : :Mitchell, :Mr. and Mrs C. A. >f roses, of MI'.rn1'lIrl'tl".. *"( I will cant' nm.> to ..lv, tlM .during of tb.otarr *. '
I Thrlllx! gun fights, gallops and Ttty' ( iin-rtil. con i.nfn.ta' Ktlfiilinfl.J.
last week! in IJeLand, visiting her [ I.tch11';\ nod :Mr''. (G. 1'M.! SU-i '' $: ( PilWKK I PLANT:' Mrs. Tom Wall, Rosemere, I.. UNDKItllli. ; I.I I

Jerry \\. Carter cundiilnte for sister, :Mrs. C. A. :Murks. I whirlwind ronkme---all.of the real West.Tl'KSOAY breathingthe trunk, Dr. W. K. :Middl.-ton, ISIIM: : ; iii'ii.T Stnrkc, )Fln.I -1-Srt-lt.
spirit ..
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the U. S. Senate visitor in i :Messrs.\ Frank Carpenter, Ja'k .-
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wale : I OST OR S'ro1.ISNno: feiiinl I hrraby nnnunff, mynolf nn n vnndh.t.fur < ,
Stnrkc Sunday. Hugh Bro'vulce, Jr., and Col. J. : I "n Griffin.: Joieiih '". rlorida C''on'"I1)'' Loculrd, IflowOrniiire ...-..|f..ll 'n .. fc>unly p..mBiImil, ,'in...t.ilmlrlrt \ I II.
E. l Kutcli of DcLnnd I> spent thuweekend ", \\0 l FISTKD) .14)N): ES": \ lily On St. bird .I"f!. solid, white with livercolored No.: 4, Hampton.. Tlim*"* *n i
I I1 I.tml.1 'rriJ1l.'ut'h 1 ri'if MosdamcsE : : I tal
'I ( < ., i virlll eonllnui-. .
Liberal ivwrtnl, nf- < il.jmi unit ir n-rlrrtoil'
1 here wit: ;Mr. and :\11'''. Featuring the l bi ig six foot cowboyJ Johns IviMT. earn. ,.. '
I: S. ll1tth'ws.nl: Sternberg, G. !\r tlu 'onl. thi boMl' mvrrr I mmriiiMil.li 'I 1 I ,
", New millinery! everycek: II. I L. UI'o.vnlce. UK 1IOX1K I feral' for nny infoi'inatioii." l lPjiil. It> "f I nolirll i yn.ir.. vit,. nt Ihit vrlnniiv .
M. Inman :Misses Florence :Matthews \
at Sternberg's.Mr ('unh'd1'h.'al""ul" I lleLniiil.) ) May II.--The! I'lorldii I1l'o..I'r.o'lu.. ) :.1-1 I l--'t":? L ou' Nlh)I ,; W IIINSONI'dll !
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l'' Harriet Hilt'h.1rleinlll __ ---- .. '
:Mrs.\ Dorrell Cornell of Ormond "A WOMAN'S:' FAITH & Power I I" spending -
; Weeks. and Lucille :Mitchell.. Light Company OI'NTV "'"'''',,1'11':11.: I"T. I '
,. and :Mrs.\ Edward Burns, spent the latter part of lust week A groping man who strove to resist. millions just below Oriinge, t'lly Jo'OHIII': One single. : bugcv\ ; I In ri'tw Ahlli>.tlliro nivr-llf, II Illlillllllt b
lust Thursday in Hain ? I And hnnu'ss. Trice $:l.'i.0ii.! ) ( I I.. C.1'resent fur. ruulity. ffiiiinlntont, .. r. liMlt-Irl No.! I,
spent <
lli-Ijuiil)
here thc guest of Mr. and :Mrs.\ V. he had and, about nine miles from .
because I
the love of a girl E.: C. PAKKKIi PASSKS:\ :: .\>\ AYMr. ".nulrn.Inu' Hn-otn-r mi'l 1 New Ittvrr.
City. A. Scott. loot faith in women.A in the construction of a plant which'' t, threes miles out. on ".aur,' 111. \ lir. llml I I IVln itlvi- fiilfhrulntlrnlfiin S4 R
Kin I l lake 1.6 /R-l II l-ll" fo tilt .eltttlii. of tlit nffirp If e
girl whoso love wall stronger : F.. C. Parker paused to the will take nude oil or rural into u I I"
Mr. and :lira\ R. A. Xewsom: Mrs.: Gertrude Gill and daughter than adversity, whose tender beauty great beyond, Saturday evening firebox, extract the i power, trniw-. | I --
Sunday afternoon in Jack of thelatter !light FOIL !SALK-Cut. Kanler: lillies, I Arm l h. .. mynt'lf enmlhl.a, t 7 I
spent Ruby, Duardman spent melted a stone heart. about 6:00: o'clock here at his home. mil to a thin copper' wire to ), nnnitiiuri'. u ,},
gladioli, and other flmvem.) .\1'runl..1 fur .'. .on.. 'r,<''n""..'r Ofittrlct. Ni>. ftriiniinlHlnif
sonville. part of last week in town visiting !!- Featuring He has )been a resilient of this. place the homes and turn the wheels. of ." llim.ki-r. and Ni'W "...r. I ii 1
if the I / in baskets when' prefer / If In'Iw1.. tu ..I... the !L.t>
friends. l.nitniiM ( very
and has In corner "
the industry
for forty every
: and l'ERCI'MARMONT past years '
ALMA KL'BENM I red., :Mrx. !L. .\. I>avi... ..Tln> Stmt( I am' rnimlilc of rpnilcrinir.Kwivt I'
Harvey Long, of Jacksonville. \ many friends. that will regret to solid central section\ of Florida... According I ( ful\ I. U. OAINKY.I u : t
was visiting friends here first of Mrs. A. Price and :Mrs Lila Griffin Pathe Comedy. learn of his death. He leaves to to the management nt leant :j ---- --- kt t
f FOR SAI.KOnide I cow (riving !3 J 4++'F+ +++++ Mil +i IHIU1'
the week.L. left last week for Kingston", Pa., mourn his departure his wife, Rtes.. 93HM,0)0() ) () will be required tr construct j + .

where Mrs. Price will spend the Mrs. Reid Mac-Masters and two F.. C. Parker, one daughter, Mrs.:\ the first unit and lituin, and l hnlf I I1Viggins calloiiK per clay.re-i II 1liePolitical K. t COFFINS & CASKETS ; ;
Starke. ;
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A. Brown and Artford summer with her son. After a short Parker of Sebring three, ber of this iin output of 111-
son, I children Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Getzen: ; year I t and a Full Line of i I
of Brooker, spent Wednesday afternoon visit Mrs. Griffin will return home. and daughter Margaret", and Mrs. sons, Lonnie Parker of thin place, (000K)0( ) kilowatts will he realizedAn AnnounreMemts f r. -

in town. Rice all of Tampa were In town Jeff and Acy Parker of Lacrosse, expenditure, of $30.000,0: ()() with Undertakers' Supplies ; ; ,1' i..
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quigley of of last week visiting besides other relatives! and,I a host the generation of 1000,000 kilowatts I To the Drmocrmtle vol..r. nf aradard .
the latter part : t
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of Dr. County i I t4k thU method ffff n..I. AUTOMOBILE IIEARSEt:; ; \
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kite, spent Starke were Sunday guests relatives of friends., The remains was! laid is in prospect! for future ( canilliUer for the offle oftlv R.prw Y. I
j and Mrs. A. II. Freeman at theirpresl'nt of of the plant. 'X-I >. If rlMUx I prnmlM. I.lthr.r l l and ..1nrl.nl .. '
Rev. Crosby artt .
several ieye: last week visiting i to rest at Antioch pansion .. AI T on hanil. Th bait I ) ,
the of their avrvlvj.' 1 Millcit roar uVrMv _. '
at marriage al Id lowmt prt Hpwlal attantlnn -
relatives in Tampa. iI Mrs. J. E. Evertan and Miss ficiating. Six hundred men, lat.nflrM> mechanics KMiH..iruiir. T. n HINIK' >I. 'NIa II t* lrcrapll. orrivr J
II I nephew Wilbur A. Scott to Miss Elise Daugherty who have been! engineers, constructionmen : KK<:|HTKBK]> KMBALMBK: J$ ,II I'I .
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Babcock! which took place at the No(lM--To rite nf Dndfrardtyt .a :
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holzen- Methodist church after. here on a visit with their brother: EXCHANGE CLUB cooks. trained nurses and. Water 1._ ..n..""'t.l r.. R.prm.ntrdlw. I : : HEWITT f'. JONES ,

dorf of San :Mateo, spent the week Sunday Rev. W. F.. Daugherty left Friday ENTERTAINS JACK- boys are now employed, In day ,IDn,1 In th* Lo.Io.,... fr..a* .,..tlo.. County
noon-Ocala Times. SONVII.LF.'ISITOnS unit mihiort. ; to th. DmorvU. Primary Kir: f; ST"IU(Eo FLA. j
end here with relatives.Mr. for their homes in Chattanooga! night shifts thnt thu first 11
tlnn to h. .h.'l4 U. J._ late
and Englewood Tennessee. luncheon the may be ready, before the dnwn of IWINOYUUNO.: I..."'LI.,. Ti .
Bradley Bathing Suits for At their Tuesday ( 111111111 n 1111 +++++ ,

and :Mrs. Wilbur Archer, of sale at Sternberg's.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dowling and Starke Exchange Club had the i 11127.; .- oj l

Jacksonville, spent Sunday and children and Mrs. E. R. Reid of pleasure of entertaining several I Two hundred, and. forty-eight earn I

Monday in !Starke with relatives. : and :Mrs.\ W. W. Baisden I Jacksonville! spent Tuesday in I Jacksonville. visitors members of of materials, of the 3,0(10( ( ) cars said l i '

spent the week-end in Jacksonvillewith I town the guests, of 1>1'. and :Mrs. the Exchange Club of that city. A to be required\ for the plant havealready CO.OPERATION IS THE PATH TO 1

Miss Roselle Turner, of Sumner, :Mr. and :Mrs\ W. S. Blakely. W. E. Middleton.: long distance cull daring the morning arrived, according to JohnF.

has been here on a visit. with her They were, accompanied on their i announced their intention rf O'Brien, construction superintendent SUCCESS i .

grand-mother Mrs. F. B. Johns return by :Mr. and Mrs. Blakelywho 1 Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and being present with the Starke membership in charge, and the work ofconstruction i 1, ., I"

spent several days in Starke. 11 I daughters, of !Sanrerson .spent I and their desire to nuvda ; Is progressing most. :Spend your money with home concern Money spent with 1 1 '..

Enclicott Johnson Shoes at I Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. P. piano within easy rench. Kiitiiifactoriully... foreign corporations' rover returns Hide th,. Gainfxvilla t

$1! and $.). Can't he !heat: for :Mrs. W. K. Wilder of St. Petersburg I 1\1.:\ Barefoot, nt their home on Cherry -1 I The reason for the musical in-,) When completed. tI.iM. gigantic HUH-Its service IH the eiiinl| I to any (competitor and a fi. '

sale at Stcrnht.'r '". is here on a visit with her 1 street. I trumont was made :le.ir when Ed: power house! which is. located .di- I Inline. conrern.

parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pres- -- I
Miss\ Laura:! Wynn is spending: ", cott, and two sisters Mesdames J.I I -

several days with relatives anJ W. Edwards and Fay Gill. I Setting Vv orid's New Speedway Record I GAINESVILLE BUS CO. : '

friends in White Springs. I

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and little ..
Mrs. L. A. Weekly I -
Miss Elizabeth Howe, of Law- daughter of Ocala spent the weekend .-: tI

tey spent last. week here with here with her sister, :Mrs.\ I E. W. .. r,

her sister, :Mrs. R. .\. :Newsom. Hayes, and her parl'nts.11': nnd "" -<'. ._ ,," -

:Mrs.\ A. S. Strickland, of Kingsley t7<} ; .::....c--:!:" .,' 4
Col.! D. F. Knight returned Lake. '" ,,,.. ,, iS3&i 8& [Producers of Milk and Cream /
day from Punta Sorda sun-I

spent several dnys on business.Mr. :Mrs. Catherine Davis and Miss. ,.;.. :::,:.: '.

I Josie Hoffman, with a purty of 11>>' ,,;: ,,-., Can sell their products for the
and l :'Ilrq. J. C. f Hoover, andMr. : ', ,
: friends, of Jacksonville, spent several :'. -, 4. ,<.m ,_, fd
; and ;Mrs ('. F. Hoover, spent days last week at Klngsley .. ',','ff. ,? '
in the metropolis. I 2t ; ,
Thursday lake. ,, s. highest market prices
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Mirs: Kate Livingston is in Mrs. Powell, of Alachua City ", ...., f' .
.i.
pa, visitirVier! ; brother C,. C.Tnm-\\who has been a patient in St. Luke's u s ut 4$.. '..

itijtston' n' .l l famil:'. hospital for the past six weeks following ?"',.-....;,;: -.:.....:.. ?
I -' For details write Jas. R. Love
a serious illness was in .. j
Man.1 :Mrs.\ W. II. Hayes of w' M .
(I last week visitingher ,
Thurs Stnrke one day The scone was Liken during tin JIM* tnue I rare \\hli Ii OU>IUM| tur) w *> Iu< i. I t t
Gainesvillle, were in town brother :Mr. J. W. Andrews, Silver! IN Harry llttrtx winner <"if, the race who Htl. u new owed t ''.rte) ',. r I. 'i. ., .1, Production Superintendent I ..
day art<'rnoon. while enrqute to her home in Ala mile- 'ip ,hour Met 1h r' "ale

I i hua City. She was accompaniedhere "',..,... f.' ........e i
!SheriffV.. !S. B-r.nnen, Jr., of ... ", ,' _.. B5of .
Butler a prominent vis. by her husband.Mr. """ '5".:.(!" t"
Lake was >11'4'' ;

t itor to town :Monday.M. I' !Stuart:\ and spent:Mrs.\ Thursday O. A. Andreu in town, .f :::: Seminole Milk CompanyJacksonville


broker. C. Stith was prominent transacting real businessIn estate. I i I visiting friends. They returnedto !!; '5A 'o. FloridaPartnership

their home Friday, accompanied
week. I (au
Orlando the first. of the I I
by :Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and little

I[ daughters Juanita and Sara, who
Have seen the beautiful I i
:you will be for a several days ,
dresses for $11 :!);,) at Stern- | away I'I tI


berg's. I visit.Among those going to Jacksonville "I ( t

Miss Olive and, Amelia Ray spent rrr. I
recently were: Mr. and :Mrs,
L. C. |
last week with their brother
they !, W. G. II a Ill', Mrs. L. C. Haile and, .
While
Ray in Roddick. away "
little son, Mesdames H. :M. Snyder IrA I
also visited Ocala. I "
F. H. Long and, E. K. Ferry

Hollia; V. Knight of tho University -I man. I

cf Florida spent Sunday herewith 0r1) I IF YOU AU; one of our depositors, you are practicallyone
Mrs. O. G. Cooper and two sons,,
:Mrs. D.
his parents. Col.! and 1 1r

E. Knight. who have spent the past. two weeks : of our partners we have an Interest in your prosperity
here with her father G. W. Snell- 'Jf'
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Marcus F. Brown of Tampa grove' left Sunday for their homein i and you will find u* always working in harmony. y 4l 4

spent first of this week In Starko Macon Georgia. They were accompanied -. $ !
her
and Lawtey with friends and relatives to Jacksonville by l Frequent financial counsel 113 earnestly! requested whenever i
si"ters.fjsR: Thelma Snellgrove,, ;
I who the first of the week in \
spent ((7
you feel that our advice. might be of value. ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder left the city with her sister Mrs, /

Sunday on a motor trip to Orlando White. f\ V New IJusines.s
solicited with a pledge that it will behandled
where Mr. Snyder will attend : %
of morticians. :'III'. and !Mrs S. J. Prescott who
the state association with and ,'rJurtel '
have been spending the past two Vic\ accuracy promptness! : ) .

Mrs. Allie Shriver and daughter months in Quitman Georgia with i \ / l

Marguerite returned Sunday froma their daughter :Mrs. E. T. King, On Flint Mt'asurv" (ifVfcrtiim' 'I r

week spent at JacksonvilleBeach. returned here the latter part of -. "Roll! \ .
7 \ of Jiqnor" Bank
the week accompanied by11'1.: -- : ;
and their C. G. Prescott L On Extra Vt'iiruri of Sen/ice.
King son, ,, n
Margaret WHliams Is spendingthe of Bainbridge Ga. Mr. and Mrs SSSI fe iilfe

week-end In Jacksonville visit- Prescott are occupying the Brad. j

trig at the .home of Mrs. R. H. shaw cottage on Cherry street. BANK OF STARK"Bank
'mact -
Harbour. y I 1 1 It t if'1
:Maurice Edwards, who has spent of Helpful Service"

Mrs. t.. C. Haile and little son of the peat two weeks here with his

St. Petersburg spent last week patent, Mr. and "I..... W. H. El- W Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving t

here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. wards returned the first of trw

G. Haile. week to Miami Beach. ..I-- i 4v

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SIX S=:ADFORD COUNTT TEL GRAPH. STAEKB. FLORIDA FRII>AY. MAY 14. 1926


a !''i S252S2S25 as.s sz5zszszsasz i 1 1i CROPS LATE BUTI'IUSI'ECTS --. T. L. WAIN WRIGHT WRITES


Farmers & FarmingBy IN !MOST GOOli COUNTIES ,I ( ? I. T. L. Wainwright, a former ,.

Ii I Bradford county cracker, now on

Gainesville, Fla.-Although rain''| the Tampa police force, writes the I.

i ( R. F. Ward County Agent) and cold retarded crops generally G. .?/ ?::J I Telegraph an interesting letter

.- -- .-- [): over the state during April, reports I S WNhTtibll showing what the department had!

t [G): by county agents received by done during the past eleven t
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE CALI. t1pVRdC
the Agricultural Extension Divi- months. The force numbers two
ARTICI ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO i
sion indicate that tho are MpA couw laa hundred and have
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY crops men they a territory -
making u recovery and beginningto fc V 1 of 210 square miles to patrol -
"l_ = '; ;; nnnno0452S7ti74'7S7SJS74S7S71:7C7one' ;: ;: =""'C 4! grow. the eleven
--------- yuyU During months
1 -NOT LI'KEIYET": SAYS BOLL ;300; CLUB; BOYS AN1) "Heavy rain first half of month 1 I term the police court exceeded its

WEEVIL TO COUNTY AGENT; GIRLS EXPECTED: AT I retarded work in potato fields and 1 estimated revenue for the year

TWO SHORT 'injured some fields as much as one- i: $178,193, these fines and forfeitures

A few daysago w the county COURSES third of yield. Potato prices ;j I; defraying a considerable por-

I agent was driving along the roan Gainesville, Flu.-About 125 club I caught most of growers digging, =---- 1: tion of the expense of maintaining

j half asleep with spring fever, :'011'. boys und 400 club girls of thu state and few got tho good prices being I the force.

Boll Weevil flew into his ear and arc being awarded free trips to thtf.i 'said at beginning season There !{i Mr. Wainwright states that it

I perched on his steering! wheel i-tuto! short courses to bo held curly 'i is a heavy setting of citrus and is his intention of returning to

"Good morning, :Mr. County i in June. The one for club !boys will 't trees are looking good." These aro j i', Bradofrd county during the next

a Agent," Mllid11': Bull Weevil. I bo held, ut the College of Agricul- 'extract* from the report of T. A. | l T G2YA1N your and again take up his citizen-

"Stop your ear and let's have u t turo of the University here fromJune h Brown, agent in Volusiu county ship here, he still claims BradforJ

talk." He stopped' and :Mr. Weevil 7 to ia: und the State Col- I Crops in Aluchuii county are beginning I county as his home.

saw they were going t to i imve+ u I,.,t. 1 lone for Women" at Tulluhussee, i to show up well after them i,i Besides Mr.:' Wainwright_, Tampa; ;

tie of words. for it "u.-nud .h.it ti; e June I 11 to is.!i ("out cold und excessive ruins, I I,
numbers on her polica force another
sight of the weevil nwuko the tiffent The boys' will attend commencement |according, to Fred L. Craft, ugenc.l' / Bradford county citizen, Mr. Byrd,

and made linn l1Iu.l.11' exercises at the State Unicisiiy Tiieiu is litllo diseaso showing jpus -L- 7\//) of Graham!

t ":\ County Agent;' he begun, \" early in the week, arid will ; yet and farmers are planning,, I S

,r "God bus been( uiruiiiHt mu fur tho t tlant then get dawn to u program ofiiislruttion to combat disease in case it does I
STARKE: GROWERS'; TO :MEE'PStarke
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) two )...UI.II. Me sent two dry i recreuliun and enter .ow lip. I!

years in nuei-ession, and as you liiininent.I The girl's program includes A considerable acreage in corn i I |i Growers' Association will

know I cannot muliplv, when the entertainment and instruction coal cotton, was pbmcd up and. i j -J hold a regular meeting at the

weather is dry. I thought I was I on u variety of subjects! of in- planted over in Ukuloosu county, court house, on Saturday, May 15th .

I ferret. to club to !U. J, Halt ( 3 m. Election of officers and
going to have cver/ih I'j it my WilY girls. .ccoidiitg utrent. Thu ,, ** 5- It p ,
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this year, heeuuse Mr. Farmer' | A number of county agents will I second planting bus given u fair ;i other important business. A good

't h.U about, got out d I the habit also be in Guine-svillu during tho stood Irish potatoes auto doing attendance Is desired.L. .

t of )oiHoiiIng, also thiiikh, then s i week to assist Bluff members of the I I IKxtension well L | C. Preston, Pros.

rIOt niiiih axe in poisoning, and
Indications are that it is. Ruing to i iho in ;riving instruction. Several' coun- in tho lake ':-egion cogs very I I Tallahassee-The bridge and fill

a fiwuiilile, year for me, but, :Mr. i ty home demonstration agents! and I' ln'onmiiiLj," says S.V.. lImit, across Paynes Prairie, just southof

: t County Agent, here jnu come nnd, ]local loaders are also expected ut'1'ITullahusace i aim lieach: County agent./ Toriu-' Gainesville, will be opened for

Etarl preathing to tho farmer : traffic Thursday, Dr. F. A. Hathaway
to help members of i to crop is late und not up to nor. -

r' against me, and<1 tt'lIinhim) that nil the State Homo IJumunstrution I inul." A heavy citrus bloom has | _- .. -. chairman of the state road,

d IiulivntioiiH point to u favorabloncaon :Station; and, College of Agriculture I','H'L in I'mcHus/ und the prospects'me '! department: announced today., Tho

for me.' I nee from the look Staff in giving instruction. for un excellent crop! suys K.'II. RURAL COMMON:< SENSK1'rcqupnt :< I uh were applied before the crap J 8. Do not over-crowd the cur bridge, and fill, constructed at a

on your face thnt you are not going Free trips, to the short courses '\ llurlebaus. '; wan planted, the side-dressing/ 9. When the hogs have cooled cast of $ir>0,000 will save over

to have any mercy for me; that me given to u number of boys and i I The fiil.t cur of cucumbers W.U1111'P"J i iI Cultivation and Fertilisers nitrnte will certainly make the crop off, it is safe and advisable< tosprinlle five miles of highway on road no.

you lire going!' to fight me to n finish girls: i hn\ing county und. homo, demonstration ) l lI out of Laku county on Make Crops", Grow in grow in a hurry and give a bettor them frequently in transit 2.

hut there will lie Home farmers, agents for outstanding I! Apriloll:: says E. W. Jenkins, coun- j A Hurry. yield. '

who will nut pay' any attention to club work und winning/ the con- ''II" ugi-nt.: :Melons mu doing we'll,1 i i i ____ Cultivation and fertilizers are 10. Make consignments to a''

your a ogaiiiHt me, thisear. their! cottotwill donated by various (By Spuds< Johnson). \
organization May: :2r>, I with Florida crops IhO.tltIIN
taste mighty good. in the counties.i'rogrums I I I This has been a rather backward .\ ,
1 t
"In spite of all the ruin in curly
"Mr County Agent I am a of instruction I in preparation April, \.'getablu cl'upllluuk promij-
i fighter too.. If you arc going to for f well as the rains of early spring Okeechobee Fla. What I
the arrival of the boys 111'.11)8 W. T. Nettles, repoit-) does a Sanford, Fla.-The second meeting
tell the fiirmers to give t me that and iota held buck the growth of early- du? The
girls
II g from. I'asco county. "Cucum- county agent fullowingshult of the county agricultural advisory Siaarlem oil has been a world.
fool that makes heal 1 t planted' crops. As u result there I
poison my but concise
report of Sam board held in the office'
I' Ic'tH, polaloes' and tomatoes lire was wide remedy for kidney, liver and
swim, my Hlomiuh )hurt and 1 I then HINTS:< TtUt'sEtt 11'ES lnok.iig. good.: The first+ two are I IIIH been considerable replanting of 11. Slicrard, Okeechobee county of the county agent, Bon F. Whit bladder disorders, rheumatism
turn my feet, up to the sun, I am ,. torn and some of other crops. How. agent, of the important
some and
gives 7
moving to market ncr, May a permanent organization :umbago and uric acid conditional
going to how I (i ever, with the coming of warmer I
wo many ears ran Cereals I accomplishments during April. of the board was perfect

drive under the shed how many Cereals give us heat and strength; backward Crop! work in Liberty county is weather crops that have been well "Aided in ordering two cars of ed. Projects to be taken up were M .
I. according to A. W. Turner
a'tD
children I can kten! barefooted furnish us a cheap food; help us who fertilized are growing rapidly.We fertilizer and two cars of poultryand outlined. A partial analysis has A."
county agent, that -JI
how many flour barrels I can keep to use more milk; give us bulk, there is tobacco in Buys should do everything possible dairy feed at wholesale-saved been made of the agricultural con- HAARLEM OIL"t
empty, how stomachs I can some the countyin to stimulate growth and push 'I .....
many mineral and vitamin content. good shope but late. $8.50 a ton and 20 tons of fertlizer ditions of Seminole County, andthere
keep hungry, how many ,merchants Four groups of cereals are whole the crops that are late. One of tho and $9.62 a ton on 42 tons of feed. has been much discussion as correct Internal trouble.,
stimulate vital
I can make groan, and how nearI 'I !grains, ground; whole grains, "Crops looking biter Strawberries I first things to bo done, is of course, Ordered 50 bushels bean seed, okra to methods to be employed in deal. organs. Three sizes. All druggists. Insist

can come to breaking the banks. steamed and then ground or rolled; doing" fine and market to cultivate. The probability is that! and other truck. Started two ing with some of the problems. on the original genuine GOLD MEDAL.

I huvo accomplished these things predigested (by malt). These are holding well, is tho good
in other suctions, and I will do it !I expensive and highly overrated 1 from R. F. Ward of Bradford coun will be rather dry, and so we"should demonstration farm at Dixie -

this year in your eourty if tm'! ', ( Farmers ty. I (five crops frequent cultivation Ranch '
Bui. 219)) ; "milled Helped organize Eagle Bay
farmers do not use that fill poi:)- ;I ducts," freed of bulky cellulose pro or Only n !10 percent crop Is predicted Crops that are cultivatil frequently Fern Loan Association for drain. We can charge your 0

tning you hnve been advocating i j| outside bran. I in lIar
', "Tho other, day while I was awak : Whole cereals lire better than refined [ farmers Shenley, county agent, says that every rain, are not as apt to suf. county! fair. Found a market for STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's U .
I are getting good l prices(
1 eningfrom my winter sleep, in nnold cereals. i' I for from luck of moisture as are bcuna. Instrumental in establishing

a \ gtump 1 heard you telll a fa-- lime to build They strong contain teeth more und I ', for what crops they do have to sell.Prospect those not no cultivated. Cultivation ''one 10-acre poultry farm. Ordered

tsar )'ou1'1'0 going to be able tu'' bones *< are bright for a crop I should also be shallow, epeclnlly ,- Chinese lady bugs for aphis control -
iron to make good I blood l. of ,
I good tobacco in Hamilton
help him get calcium nrsoimte at bulk counI I i I after the crops begin to Four groves sprayed and fer Starke
'i to prevent constipation nnd t
,
I but melons and cucumbers ,
ty
a iheapri'" \price' th, I I,1' l before, vitumines to are I i|: get some size. Deep cultivation! tilized. Helped organize drainage Garage
!I keep UK welL lute, J, .J, Seehre.t Fla.
siagent. county
nt u prici. at v/ii.eh; : he coulil l afford, i|I Both huvo energy value but tents up) the root system of all oxC district Treated dairy cuttle. PUt

1 tu. n e> it. Well, (hose. words soup 1 whole cereals have mineral and,I I ( pt very young and small crops. on campaign for beautifying home
to cur hlu the ringing: of death II I desired ground Kept weather records., .
tit umilie and hulk in addition. --- ---- j I If early maturity Is bilfun I am not giving up II' I of the host sin is to
!! things wo cnn .
Whole cereals anti. hole I
only \ri-h you wore u cotton square incliulo. cereal "i,",. dress our crops with nitride SUMMER HINTS:< ONSHIPPING: ATTENTION To Poultry Peopleof
preparations oatmeal
I roll( puncture, you now + u1rolled GrDve'sTasteless Bradford
i'f.nda, sulphate of ammonia, or County
oats cracked wheat unpolished :< LIVESTOCK
h( >..I1'l':1': : County Agent, I ., :
nii other quiik-aetittg nitvnouat.
'" I ri'p. I'ettijohn Kalst-m., Ship Your Poultry and Eggs To Us. We A wire You Top
will, -i 0 lull later. 1 nm now /going t t.. ,iluer., I have tried this for several Milled Prices and
.
Whentena Gainesville Prompt remittance.We .
i shredded wheat a'nl 1 I-'la.-\nil11ul" that
t., ,,ui\i\ the cotton acreage in 1 >enrs and it practically always
i \\holo wheat or gralinm lucaj. 1I 1U'-: nrrivo on the maiket crippled
or Will Pay You For Next Week Shipment--I HENS 3lc
\ .in- county, and then nwako my I rivegood results ]It is bent to
1 fined cereals include Cream of Chill Tonic lend lire a loss to the shipper, and I ;I. Mir I 'and Hater weevils fret niM'lv' ) t the fertilizer just( before a
Wheat, Farina corn flukes, whitbread .- reduce his profit on the shipment.In .
tin n winter sleep, and<< tell them iniii so that it will be dissolved) SPRINGFiELD POULTRY CO.
muffins and bm Makes\ the Body Strong. hot weather ,
I iut.\ ; (white i ; especially with
V : "c a-e up against I i.'tidily. Jacksonville. 20 E.
Hlh St.
Florida
and white crackers. Makes the Blooil Rich. <;(oc hogs, there is often trouble in t ship_
VViitten by Loon' S. TarUr, If ,plenty of phosphate and pot-
I 'miitv' ,Airent Washington County, Oat products, as II rile. 1,1"1'|> bft- ping. The following:: suggestion .
1 T ire curd cost less iteuirding, to th" - hy: !specialists! 1. I-1 I.\. r Extension: ni\(ion of the Univcri >.. .4....N......"+ '..................
of -
t I amount nourishment containoil' i ::
,'j ity of Florida should! ;; .i
i
t \ \CCINATING lIons I I Oatmeal mid rolled outs reply t, ,i Il; prove of

', _.- I nearly the whole ont... They :.in- \iluo in reducing livestock losses : ForSaie ,I

f \I'.i .inn, City, Kin.-"HOBS not Mich j jIM in fut, protein and l minr> .r I' during the summer. .. KB i

;I- t t. ... d.! ..ill Hfiid," ii IK the .short but1 1 How tit Cnnk 'er'nl' +. I't I. Only :strong! henllhnnnii'U I : ',(

.. I tup. t by n. Whlttington.. !I Ii Doll the necessary amount of wi t rs are likely to reach their cktinut.ionin i Penn Ilnmpers, 28 nnd :S2: quart ; Lots of less than 23 at t :.

',R I I':.,i\' ( '..unty agent, regnnliing a '', \lees ,trod condition. Keep the weak 0 cents each. 25 for $1.73; ; 50 for $9.00 ; 100 or more I ,I.'
vi, .' t., .me. farmer in the count1; -iiMv j and animals the 2 @17 l-2c<: each. Car lots G
Add level teaspoonful of stall Gag. : crippled on to 8 thousand 15c each, JI "
.'t' "..tin"mm; his hog.s. :\11'. Wllittlngi every quart of water. farm. i delivered at your station. -_
i .'. >h.-i been been instrumental inhiiMMir r +' s ;'
1 ,0 hoirs given nntl. holl1l'\ Add cereal slowly; stir well 2. Have tie! car plated in politic J. L. :

tti.iinum" luring tho month -fAPI. I Cook nt !leiipt five minutt' nvi i iI nl .n ahead of loading time. Kxnmino HARRELL;

111.I -n that these ho -s woulln I the fire then cook In double hail it carefully for projecting, ; Law toy, ;l'lorida.a I'
") er. The time varies with cereal o4 nail, lon e, broken or rotted bianl', ( ,
b,, .ill, doaJ" from cholera.
it t : and with the person. Cereal. t'.""' bail ,doors and
f. biiliii's, small children and sif1 i cly! these "nclition.Vh"n fou.id. g>QC< )()C<)'IO'O< >>OC>

'1"1'\-' \ Mr. and Mr. V. T. people should have long ot "ikin, Have a Rood loading chute! and I Ilaard ,

;1 ( ',uMiigt, I 1IInd their four.yenr-old' Tho fireless cooker method! ;is brit IJ M :i

E ilitugbi.'r Margaret: were killed thi.tnftfim If It l Is hard! to get the child t ; 3. Bed with straw for cattle and !i Brighten Up Your I HOME Q1

,.n rit Belleviw near Oval, take enough milk, try cooking th .
/1 Mind or sawdust! for hogs. Wet
r when passenger\ train struck cereal in milk instead of water I e 8 This Spring With
tRtt R f t the sand or sawdust down with water -
': tt.
tK i HI' ut a ero sing, Victor, Jr.I In serving cerenls use as liltl-1 II ...
and in extremely hot weather
I was -,'ri"lIo1y iiijurcil.! The family t'se fruit 11,1, I -
as possible <
sugar
place three or four chunks of iceat
wenn't ,iiing their home her 1' 'rj .
,. ns dates, figs and raisins slight) :- intervals in the car. SHERWINWILLIAMSPAiNTS
dfti-i-, visit to Gain"s\'II1. ooked In the coreul.INIKRHSTKI ,
... Give tho )livestock no )laxative .
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t i i'I I:< : ) l IN:< 'IIU'IK j feed for 4.* hours before ship;

.,t..r..t.t..t.IN, -: .. ; ping. Oats and nonlegume) hay
r
J IlastiiiKS. Fin.) -I find tier
before shipping and hay while in
Arater't' ,
: IIAUVEY M. SNYDKUP ) among the several gene
'I W transit arc best for cattle. One l TilE BEST FOR FIFTY
i-rs In e 111'10'11JlnrtH of the sJ YEARSFor
r oats and 2 make
part parts corn a
$ Mortician, StarKe, Ha. !J Ji>hns county conwrning prcdii'j ,' 9sht
hI good mixture for the hog,
J z' 17
and market Information
j! lion t Sale
- ]Funeral
; 4> Member of Florida By
t w truck l craps that cnn po .ihlv '. .- vu >. Haul hogs to the )loading;
I :* Directors and Embalmers) Astacintton. ;J grown here for full und spri'i, 4 point, don't drive them. Have them

. ,' .-+ 4t j| spring .hipments, ," ays John IZ I at tho loading pens for two hours JONESLumber

Scribner, county ngent. "The r before loading to cool off, and do

PHONES are several men In the county wil'-' net let them fight or struggle.

Day-1 Night-69-W Z T Ing to try reasonable acreage ..'. 6. Do not let animals) go thrl.ity & Supply Co.

With DeWitt C. Jone | '' more than ono cash crop If .uit+i Ib>!. Air Robert 8 Baden Powell IrliihO. chief scout of the worM and founder In warm weather.
truck crops can be selected for th or Ute Boy Scout mov m.ni In Oral Britain meet. Dan B<>ar.t. nation. ,It'Omml..lon.r l 7. Do not bruise animals with
I BOY Scout of America They attended the nation.,!,
of the
!!i '.."..."+4.M-"i.... tj section clubs or prods.
Scout In Washington recently
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i FRIDAY MAY 14. 1926. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA PACE SEVEN



In Northrtuit corner of said anld corporation* to elect officers or appoint .1.r.rln". 1."lnl out. .r.lln., and ntberWM i'Mlid Pi.nril thnt deliM'i..). ol ,the lionnV cnn : (>KI>rK FOK ITIII ICATI<>\

NOTICE NOTICE On.hnJ Thirty-alx mere t"W'( .nd Lot 4. attenta.' and owinir to tht> failureof > lmt>, public of Bradford I be mndeCertified. I In Circuit Itiurt. FiKhth Judicial Circuit

In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Clrcult. S.lon. hnlf of 7. 9.lo. 0 of RlockThree mid corporations bn\i> within the Stnteof County' Florida. an nro\lded. for In chivli n.ri'rred tn nhmp I. to Ilrnilfotd rntinty tate of r-'lorlrin laC

Bradford County.': Florida. In Chan In Circuit Court. EUrhth Judicial, Cir I Ieult. (I. (19\WVat, Alao lota One' and Two nndW FTorldn n" officer. or am ni uponhom. the snid Speclnl Act and In the call ofnd I lie deponited' 1 nn n K.nrnntee nr rul compllnnce hnnceryU

ee.)'. Bradford County. Florida. In Chancery I hnlf of lota Ele\n nnd TwiUi' cfniock I rocpsfl cnn be s*.rvod ..1 it nppem, 'tiuthnt ( election by the Board of Bond Trus* .', with the hid Mihmlttiil In thi.: K 1'encoi kC.nitininnnt.

J. l>. Green. R<*sftla Crecn. In her own Four (H. of unicl, map or pint 'process cnnimt 'be .i upon" .,1.1.I ICi tem <,f Bradford ("ountv. riorldn. vnlldnt- cent nf necetttnnceof, mtch bid nnd the '. ) .

rlvht and Q M Green; hi.r husband S. R Jnhnn. I to tbo bin of complaint filed >rTw>rnttnns fo,' the finlui, 'i* .f -mil e itPorations ,' ...1 t nnd! cnnfirnK'd by dt..of aatil, court, fnlture nn thi. part of the hldili r to. compU -
friend. Ella Minton In her Po nmirnr ntnl ,thnt in .the dny: of April. A. I). nhnllbe II II Unin.ltoii. ami M Hninilti.n,
and next ('om"hanant. In said on or bi.fore the Seventh. day: to flint offic> i. m npiHitnt" nt'iri1nnd 21'11 with thi* term* Ih..or name
own rltrht nnd by J. M. Minion, )I.rhushnnd vaKdunrd cnuap. owlnir to .the fnthirf of *.nid porpnrnttnns 1" 'rt, a i otdtr .. out of the snid courtm ci>..! .r.l tin liililldnteil dnmnai'il nndbe his Hlfo.l

and next friend., l>trllii Ilin- K Dicknmon.' et nf June. .\. T. 1026. othtr l.o the alletintlnna to hn\o M (thin thi- <.tnt,<* of l'l.rll" ,nmt .ihi- Stiii"t, t'I.rl., .tn roqulrfntr itttr .'tnneil h>' the Mnnrd n* ilnmntre nnnocoiint l>t tYi.diilit*

son In her own rljtht, nnd bv O. W Ilin- l.r.nlnnt. of .the- 1,1 will b tnkcn. .. confi'd nn t ffipi'' or, nwi.lit up.n whuni' ,..,.scn iit.h the |Toiii.rnbp| J. C Atlkiti.*. StateVttoituv of the non-t,rformnnce or .the If npp*' .
I. son brr hualmnd ntd) no\t friend.! clr. Hill to l.m"e CMlft Tile ami nunliiHt you. bi. .. nnil, tlinl' th, rp In no nin for tin rinhth Judtcinl Clrul In nu.' i.r .all I Mil the* bill flint n tho nbmc-stiitcd cnu*

ford R.hm. tn her "wn rlyht nnd Other. Itvlltf.Ord II.In further ordend tbut thla not Inhi- 'tbe "'..1.r rWMn. .ihr, .o...\ r<- "o...f nsubptorm nf n"r.I.. U. *how en,inp before 11. *u M IlnmUton. -

W Rnhmo her hii-.lnnd'. nnil n.' frh..1Alh.rr notice- piiblnnrd onci* n wrek for F,ur cmintcuttf u" ,M v.hmn uouM .bind. ., .iud i>nrporattons t>" .hI.. \ \dMns .Ititlui* of aal

M. Holilht tn nor own rltrht r of wrvH'o by: "ubl.alnn. weilB In th. Umdfonl (ol.tf. Ttlournt nnd It "I."" nipnrlni,' from .tht, u f Oinrte fit Itrmlfort) (.unlr.: Florid n. 'icf and r"r.l.hl.1 .on. Ihe tine nl nrv m.ti rtMulint* of tlu Slnte of Flordn. -
IMdht hor huHbnnd aid to known and unknown o'f'nolol. .h. wteklv n and hy Oils' ,. ofttm M sworn bill of In the nhn\c en"in*'. iinty .rnr..hl rl."i. of Hie ,,..1.1. fr'. .1.,1. xlthln nnld 1 npirlii t 11 net
.
tho
It frtim ? pubilahed In Starke. Bradford "mlnl,1 of Mti\ \ l I' fijn o'clock A I unknown, nnd
next frl.no. nrp.rlnl Hie nbucattMc \ o thnt tin* rpsWenpes. fhp ...mtnnts,' tln-ro, I 'tax .rh..1 dlptrlitSnld ml utcli of tlu in uie araM
dwnrn of eompliilnt in county. riorldn. M Mhy .,1.1! ] bmul, '. Hhniild' rot IM'atldat >d, nenlei! h dn. 'to hc openeil. hv unlilHi. r tlu< im of tuttityMine yenra ; it latin
dimpa
of pd. -1"|t | Rnilrond .
um"laln.nt. thnt tho II"". ronldtnc or place WITS"R. .tinIfonnml.1i' .Tudvo of thoE in nn" 11..1.1. and confltmtd,I 'th.i.. TlmIU lrOF.: are .HiI I nl' ten o'clock \ M .Tune 7th. rtfonin,1.. r< d thnt nnld noii-rtn datiftilufindnnti
visEdwnrl Dick "t'tpMnnd. QllnWwls 102f.
enrpnmtlon'
UmlnrRa of the ft-ndnnta Edward N. Jldl'nl Irll Conrt nlao ( WAldtrman. nv a ( ,IK ron.n,1, nnd require vtui ., ofui. al the .W. nf the Superintendent .f be unit urv h< n-li\ M N Plckenum ut ( ,
Clmrli-a IINloklrt. Hilly AlVetta, I n wlfo TTie. HnMilil .
PefcndnntjiIttll al .'T..n. Chnrli n H. Nlch.I.' l Clt'rk ami th,. Sinl .tUta .Innir >< and you ,and mch of >i.. nr# horrbvnxjtiircd I'ublio Ilmlruotlnn' of nnld .ount,. nt | |M nr tt> the bill i>f PI nrilnhit rit t) Intnid
rnti .
Oihrr Ifoaslo N.kl., Florida n.l"a.1Coml''Y' Court. nt Stnrke. IraM..1 County. Klnr- nol".1 (.m".n. n enrpi> 1.n to appenr b.fon. 'thp IhinnrnblnA tnrlie, tllorldn. the Haiti Tlnnid cnvitti on or tipfure Mom a., inn 14thdny
Kcmove Ch.d."I.t Title and .
.r.ln\
to Tohn t ti<
.0ror.lon., The l.n,1 l.'n ,thtH the Rth \ TV 192(1.O ( .." .r nnl M.R. HS ru ps 7.. Adklna. .I"'T''!' of thc Circuit COlr. I II I I'herlvhl, to rejeel nny ni'd all Miln.Ky .. of tune A P 1 >_ ( tti.i \\txt* thnlliirHllnnH
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,. T nil d dmi-
I.lo.OrI'r and Immllro.loo ny. n ..r.allol., W. AI.OFR'o' Thrinrldn n" I.nI"ot..n I "t 'the Countv' ." ll.ui"* In I II onler, of 'lh,,. mild llnnid or t'tittlle IIIHtruellon of itiil.l lull u ||) h tnnon a*

of Rtrvlrp bv ""uhl.alun. nol,. C M. If optima" and Mary A Hopkins h., I iSRAT.* ( I i n iv n porv>rntlon." .1."n '.rh..v. Bradford, County I'h.l.ln. on tho 1Mb dnyof : of Kindford, County.' Flnrldn. ronfianwt limiid difvntinntAIt
I I1)f1nnlt '
> V 1. CnlnPMpi I
Imui 'TIH L Mnrkiy. MnrVey
to nnil unknown, '* wife. Ctittrvv D .liinm. n\ld A. P : nt 'ten o'clock A. M order il bis cider b*
i.. w. KirKr.irv.R ( fxirlliif ihnt (
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It' from t rp, of .tonw hln wlfom.. C. TtmpH'. \. !. <.v. J. r 'tti rhtpiov, iMan rhr, .ivt 101. .1'0. ,
ippenrmir ol.R..n. for n-T.IK.R-4 HttU mum 0'> you tuivcvhv in,1,1 Chalrmnn of the Bonnl of Tnntrttfi- .mbllatuit <>hPi> n uink Tot foin con eau
the Hwnrn .bill, of complnlnt, ob". William, C Ttmtdi*. Pinmn J TtmuUK 1.10In. rompUlimnl t U wITo. .Tamils T 1"'r nivl, Inbn Mrnm i Itonds sho'iM tint bf ,.1,1..0, snd lion of llrnitfnnl, 1'111.,) l'h.r"ll.I.t ti\o wvvltw in the HrMilford Ctnintv T<*le*

cil INI"* hnt t he .... ,.I.I.n.. or placeof S. P. Klrknty. John T BCMO. I'.me. fin Tr.t-1.HH f.r .1.1. Rallron) Ire: otherwise the ". of tin* H. B, WIORIXg.'irntnry. ( I irranh. H nfMBpnper |>uMif.inl| tn antd ci>u*>*
butm *.s of d.I fvndnnts ft j ward Nplcki 1'.khu.1 M C. Webb. Ramuil C. I.MIU-' TrtMtnanv n eorpf"rntl .n. T.vhn TT MarVo* I will be tok ns cimffMttt.1by .

r".n nmt' Van Cnrallm.Plckumon *>i 1. .1 I t>. Mrf cmnrt'. .1.1 I Piiilo, Ir .1. CEd NOTICE TO nEBTOIW ANn CltED!! n"-l Tlinmnw 1. MurVoy mlinHtstmtoni olt : you.It "dilon. T.) .'. ty'Utts nnd Stnle Mnv ,loth. \ Mt.

wife Thi rturldn, T.nnd, nnd ImmlttvntlonCi .. John C. Fd.o. W. Pitta. ThomanW OR9 .. ..1"( (.. of .tn"n P Mnrl v ,Wi n''t tt i IH ordered that thin notice' .piiMi-hvd I F' .Mf.t'OTICR .. W. AInKHMNSKVl.i

,.n..ITW 1 "rt msjn, TlVVtr.' .t 1\"I"ln. I oner onch k for tbrts' con..ppiitl\f* rtirh rirautt ( iurtn

J"o1 Riot hi.r\ ,.. A.. Hnttith r.rtun' MiMVm r. Jone Kllaa Webb. Levll.hnii 'ilif V .T.hnn MnrOiM T .i. ,. wtx>, fore the..1' .Tlth lny of Mnv. \ c A. KNu.nr

Punrnn, rioiltta, Rnllroad Cnmi,'n'\ .1 H ninckwcldir. If tivfinr, or tnixiotnttci1 Not iff <. herrhy: trtw n ttint .1 rroln" ..1 ",P ->,M TT .... <' f. \ t.. f. ".I".r P V.. '1.b in the Ittndftid C"uniy. Tileuraithii In the, Circuit Court. nnd Fnr PJind-. \ Deputy Cl.rk.TV .

n fit unit' "' (C'mrliM' Tohn 1."h.. Mar- ni'"* oi unUno,' .In pomi.liitnntitnnd ,, liMfntiMii.
v .i-. t "".1,1., ) V.mro Wilhaul, 1'lnl. nrin that llu-ro IH n. ,.r-on In tin. Hlnifr.f intr rlHlmit nirnm.t the. cnltltr of B t. "' 1t 0 K VrtHh "( .. '!.r? ,r1'' .Ml ,,'" nrltorl County. 1I.r"I.. unit that tht .I It iVppell.C 1.'lnl.11 I'hn..r t\ r.iM.pl (tuMt l.l i.fitrtll.NOTICB .
,. > |hH.rNlct" >' \ .l. I"1 of 1 'hr.' thnn the r .I U!. >M', f .wr. '" ><
\i-' mil ni<. nil unknown Florida, known C""Illn"nl.| Plnnchnrdif iw 8.d'n. ..1.1! i .. \" be publlshm.1 at "inpliiitintitsrii "
plai'in'i-. *. ntui ("hit' thpre IH no DI.rt.' ''nf of n Hub|>niTia ui>nn "hom wniMHml county.' ..hrnby rrqulrrrt 'to prnrnt "*, .ulntii. and O'n* .. ",. 1"1" !I. Un t l.hsrn I"" prior' to tlu* .o1
tl ." FI"rl.ln.l lnci\\n to com plain, thi- *aid di fondanU nr cither of thorn rtnlmr. duly el.l"nllrnt.,1. to thr tiniim il.. C'"". nf F'.irMn .!.. ,v\ ..f n tU, ''n'i. of M n,. \ H 1 I' "rtwirNKMs '' it w. wM'i .

at.1 ''. .r\ '*. nf n .
I t I tu) .nid; .1..r..I.nIH.. or tltlurn Woot Ilat.- of 1''nl..ln. will bp bcltl In unlit bar > r.qtiln *'. ""Nnts fiml tinr (I' ,I- \l.lfmi 1 l 1. "tv.r .. 'JOtb ilny uf .\I'rl. A. () I''I.' nt ',n..11I'. ,. II ..nlh,.,.. R, .|e Me.I.inme UKKI) IINIIRK 8hl THIS 7 OKTIIK
raUtc n
r .,.. .. .i.I Unit.' it In 1"1 i-vtri ,bcom' uml,I tlmt. it U by Lmnplatnn'it" Iniltblid *fmtd, .m.'"*.linf 'hnl' the W .IM. 1 ,1.',01. .1.I StnrUtFloruln \ 1' I'\.1. .tin I lur.hii.l.nnil.
a
1"1".' t hnt' t In. nnmtd dpfindsnlx" (tr>* thai tncnnmed fltfcndanta, a if. lnur<.'ird ., 'tn pikv forthwith.Tliip thrr( ntd. d."t tn ... "..,.. ....Irn.... "., n'... nr" "n. C W. .\'.fI n1\N .1 I 1..1. Ma.. .,11 liiiln, rt. nnd herliii.lmii.l CKNKttAI RTATUTKH

j'.r. '.1 hi 'Ic, rr ,,Mtv. InxrtKid In ti.' in ttu. |"in.i>nty,. Invohcd In thix Btilt Atiaouinptnlnnnt mlntn'rntrlx' ,.f Mnrrh, ID2*. .... 'in .nn"onanl.' tn "M' n n" "'i. ,'bri .. CU'ik of Circuit 1 fnrSKT Chailm R.h'rb. Nnncy Notice IH hereby uuon lltnti N 1) Wn'nnw

I ( tin,,11, .',mutt. filler t. that th. \ ulltws tlmt h" doc n"t t know 1 nih il MRS v B. t nLANCTURLl.tO.ot.5.1 Mitnnf TT,'rspliet,* n"tml"''n n nilnnr fin. ( .i llindfprd' County. Florldi. T>minn<. rl,., Icy, Tl 1.. man and I''n rlithl pitrchnaetof Tux Certlflrale No,

H" I'",, JITI"! by lUlh'fnt starch nnili ..,I bv dlHtirnt ML-nrph nn,1 l in'O', 1m. AdmlnUtracrl* I I. (f>VVi.<1 (I" Mn trntniU. In "I' 1..1] fiitt fM. i 't-al of the 1'lrr,1 Court Urn.N 'nf.na.. If Ih".,' |I. II, h ?"") |Ir n"y II ilnt.I the Ilrd dnv of Jillv. A O.,

I '1' ,i- i ., I I.. n nMito' a'oi rtninr rot Iwon, flblc to Ruct-rlnln whi'tlu-r any of n ii1 .thnt r"",>lntrn t' .1.! ... n.' !f vin'td ''. ,, ford" County.' ,. 4-2n.4U5.14. l h. d.n.l.' tile ,.r .ieh, .ni 1-e il. nd I" ".' him fllnI mild I'ritlflrnte ill niv office

'" '' ti < -1 ,d I .d< r, n iH"iB, whnitipliipf 'Hut ntd doff'mlnnt., whose ."r. rf.idcncor l I.n. not bfi-n. ulS-! t.. ''.,'r'.ln' wlicthcin ,::1 |I'lie imkno\n. In In. ileimeni., le.Itiltren nnit hni. tnnde nppltcntleti for tnx devil

, r ."i. ,,. <",. itf huHincHs, IB .tlI plttcc of bunnt! Hn *. nlb-irtd nu"- NOTICE ." if snld ltin' ''n ft. fm''int 'M ".... ,!J.n.1iitlx. ,ir ni.nlin..ii ntil nil to i ioie in iircortlnnce n th Inw Snld cor*

I I 'I I .>_ '"" !.' ," n dind or nlto' ur In \l.nvn. I Ii d.nd nr .H\. or tn itxiatnne.I otli.-r thnn 1.. "''.,t 1".hl" .. NUIICB TO COM It \CTDU3Spnlcd fi,. tinlaioun linxiiur (ir pmoimKtinwn ( itin llflenle cmhraeee. the rollouliitf ,1rrllHHli.ivip

i 'Hint "- n t and U iillik< fl 1 tn Ihesv or not.' and I U aliened In tho sworn bill Flirfith ..ludlciHCircuit. m'"r* ln" ntu I Intel..ml, | t|,". rty, nltitntcil In lindfil| CuuntyiI

t ,, n: 1 ..11 r c nip1.: )I.n.1. tlmt' ;tho, bHicvetlii : :: of ..0m.lalntIUt, he b..a.! .ven tbi n. artper- Tn thr Mrndffin.('ITul Court Ci unty. r''"rliln i": ( Thi.rrfor*. I *I. ordrn.,it' "n1 I.r er,',I.. bidw will i>e r..lv"* by the "r nny ,unit .,f the.f.lt n..1".I.Immcrlluit| .I.nl.. I lerldn. to-wil I of Nnrthwentiiimitii

an, i. rvon f' nnd cin\tn\ni" \ Ion. HiniH, flrmH and. corporntlonH" ,, iniir ."tt..1 l In 1i om'n o."n.' .I. .. hrri'ti"f.ci"imeil "Board of Bond tVuati... IrnM.., Conn- "tnirl or Inn I n h, Kmt, hnirf 7 I.J Acren In ICuvt hntf
h', .. it, ) thin null.wbuttv I f'hnncerv. ''n ". n".t' I .'"" o'clock of MHV I .wi. of Moulhenit tiunrtir lena Nl rlh
f .
" 'in ",0 pr"|.r> 1..1,0 the aiil proM-rty ImoUnl In nml C. ,\. MorkH.Conipln'hanii I > Vlohl. "nI.2 m. ihe. rViilhmnl ,'11'. nod, ., \in.tun .
nihenlh '
,| ofbiiclniftH W. P. '! pnrttew, pfntmlnir, 'tntrrest .' ,Mi... -n1' '. nrni X.otlon 'I' 'I'ottniihlp 0. S> ith,
this .al ,1.H, nnmiUK r< .iI'nT' orplnci niimt, ', nice, r\'d'n.o' or plttce I '. n" ( 'n. li>itl.: niul time ,publicly o".no ncr.ii on the W. ., .1,1. of Ihe .

, ".(. i I. unknown to com ii unkni."' ..ml.lnl.nnl. nml I l'no"' .n.1 n.m.d riVfi'ndnnl' ', n'-'fecit1 1 fur construct, Inir I the r"\wlnl .". 2"ilh; ".|,. .imrtir' nil S.ctlon 14. Knntre, > Kant. U nee.I'lii -.
, 1 nnd In snld;, bill nHef l "nln.I inch Y 'censpil nr ntbpfwtsp! "n-1 t'mt' nM, Hrndford. County' i iliond anid Itin.l tielnir nuHinieil nt the
I."nl. /,1 In Raid relh-f IH priiytd T.nnd Immlwrntlon' Compnnj'. iI Township" fl. South, llnntre 20 Pn! .l'mil
uch known nnd unknown deft known 1 unknown' o.f.oant. po.on.. ..Florida 8 nl ..ns whfim nr v-pr thnt mnv K< tn. Nu. 4*. StHi-ko' to Clay OountyIlnr 'the ,iNerttiu'iiit iiunvter of tbovnrlliinul ilnle o( thedeiUHnee nt HUCh iwrtifU'ntIn

mlunt*. pf .. fliftm and cnrporntlunsTIIRRKrORR f.rm- nnl ctirpomtiun I ( "" Ion. et .. ," ffiiwtffft. Ir' thr, prnnprfv 'n..Pmt| *" tbt'tntt ll'iM-k Ritn.l ) quart, r nnd Ihe Norllieantininrter Ihe name' of lohn Cul\er I'nleaa anldeertlflctit
I ndiinta.Itlll '
U (I. order*'d that nil pernonf i U l I. ortUred tlmt, all p..rKOHH Pif" Title.It tlpirtHe(1 n' ,,,1'''. '''inr fl..| i ,.10| Approximate" h-ntrth' fl 7 miles. of .the N..hw.1| ipmrler., Sec- Hhall hi reiliiirid nccordfnic tolow.
'IHEIEfOIF Ouiet In ?for,T CoMtlfv T'In.I.'n| trtwlfTHo Thr total, qtinntitles on .the Items on tns iliH.il nil) | HUe th, non on the I Ithdnv
thlit ili-n St. Tnwniihlii n South !
lnn
nd imtnvd In thUnntico 2n
firm i cnrpAmtinna tinnud In the nf pomplnlnt "e
firms and enrponitloim I nppenrinibv of June A l> .
.w..r"1 HUH.Mlnt
: nf t a"nf'Wrt n'M.v' *. which n''T..d' approtintntply .
,.
,.. if Hvintr In If dI., | Wr. proposes :
nol nr I""T. n if or in exlHinncr. nr If tK ad fihd, in .thi.> nbtixe cnune cnu iI Iol 1" \ my ofrlrllll nlirnntun, anil ax.1tllln
a
I1" r-f follow
10"1 Ofpftnn 2 -* brt h an >
or. not In oxiitancc. then his, 1".. thoiro or 0"1'I" ( ..' tht-n hi.. hi.r, thi-lr or I out' 'to remove chxid from ''lh. nnd t*. nr"n".h..ot. o"nrl. n' .p n"" Irr (I'lnin cement concrete' I i fenrtitntnOrder I In. lllh ilny ,,f Mnv A II lll''fl.O .
: 1"lr. itcvtni>(*, 1""lr. divfHcrn. It'ttHtiMW. -.'.. nucct' II. thp ttilc of lhi. '. t" thiiMrt'N ..lon loT.1 .lrf.'n" f.r laa It .runt. its' complntnnntu .. .. \\
h..II. .r.nl. "t n cnncrtte sheet Uitutn*
and n.Hiuns. and to all the Hnld bill olcomplnlnt r T..h'. "" n'I.hollc .holl. Hill lu ClaudIt .
pvrsotm h d In
nnd tn J.m.
.1.c..nl nnd .llI'n. p..nn. thnt Clerk Cheuil Court
Hom ( I ,
.I'.r. .. I itiotis and Surfnre nn
tfl 1
I. nerna m1 I. .
Tr.o.m'nt .
flm. nnd .""Jrl.l.n., hnvlntr or clntmintr i firms hn\Inu or claim* tbnt Sheriff of Rrndfori I 'nln'n. I. 1".0.1.n nl'l.nrl,1 r.. ..1. ,in hil of non.I tllililfonl f l''lornlillly }
imnly
.orl"rol.n. nitrfbv rfnii''" "n"pn. 8 in only I 38.70(1( .
certninlota ,0 '' t. .1. 10'kn. 1..k 10. I 'the
.n.1 '' those Inir to thnno coriamlotn County riorldn. him mnd turn upon thtnummonn I .o h'rPn rmplnlnant C \ h Ml.IIPnllMBll
ntiy ,, I
.
In..r.t .1
"I of pnmMntnt ft b. ,
w 0" "" ,..yad. MiM'i tlmt f
parcels uf Innd lyintr and belntr InBmoo.l In l In MiiCHUSP I n
or land .nd bcina In l mu'< < th.r I..n| .r 'pemom
or pnrctlH Iyln. (hlnr.'r .1,11 ,. Curb and Outter. fl.floo Unvalfwt. 11my Ohrk.
county) Statv' of Flwndn known Bradford county: Stnt.. .; ". known ,: ; thnt h-, ttnld. aumtnona In ChnnPeryIn I h.rn."nn"n, .. ..In. .I.nn n Con..t. lull rented, In, I" nraneilv i. ..".h..l In'. .11.
'MO. othprwtai the n"-'n of otttil .. whi.H.t
d.crlh'd ** rolow. : nnd. divprlbcd t I unexecuted' nnd cannot be ..r'.1 upon .nn. Il .I nntneM n..1 ptnce" or re.idcnceiir

T. Fn.t half n'hw.t .nrter That certain a'folow.innfl tn the Enathnlf Florida Land fmmliimtlon romimnycorpfiratlnn. ..fl 1. tnn ., rnn'.dTI KxpMtation- MOO ciililo yardH.Clan. ,. iinknoun 'to IK,. Complainant. ..
.
Kn.i ,nunrtur/ of the lo'hwn.t of Southwrat iuarti 01 r of the South- I one of the .r..n..nt.. nnmedin t further n..r.i t"it thin n'li>r 'n1I A Conrrite. fur *'trui'tui. fil C"'I And, II fiirthn, ntirSuirlnu 'Hint. the plnecaof
.
.
(innrtor' of uthwcnt qnnrter I.U"n print fiunrtir, and the SoiithfHnt' iunn) ,'r ofSoiithfBHt I .nld Mil of ..mpl.lnl. .Iwln" '0 the f nil- n.bl.h..1 """p ., 'nnr .on. .. lilr Yard. renldi .. of I be J.f, mlnnln' ben'lnnfternnniiil CIKIIKH IISANrlAI. HTAIHMUTNT
.
Tw.nty..I ((26)) b.1 thit iunrter ... of Section Twenty-four tire of the ttnid corporation to pli-ct offlcera I 'Iv. ..k.n tHp "..0..1 friinfv T.'li,* Ri'lnforolnif:: StttlHHOO 1 pound, I : are >ntipown, nn.l II helnit prayed. FUNDS
tU.r. I ; frnnh n n.w'nnT>or In "., Catch: Hnnina nualniit irf .the ," .. ,
e Completiwith, '
of Norh..a.t iimrter of Si-ctlnn Thirty- ((24)) Townnhtp Seven <7)), South Iluntto or nppoint n entw, nnd owing to tlurnllure I (.I.I.ho.1 .I'.r.1 cover ,1 'n.'n. lh". nameda Mimllilr fmnnrliil uliiloinrlit of KrmirnHfiillhly

fie (IS... Al Townnhfp Six ((6)) South Twenty-one ((21)) En.t, boundifl on thoFnut of anld corpornlfon to have within rwintv. FIorMntbla C mimic. 1'1,.. -400 Imial fept., !18 In.ho: well A thnw .n."II.I. and Ink.ow. ni'rnnllnir f ir lh<< ntiiiilh of Apiil, llltitl.Irnvml .

Tw.n..two 22)) Eimt. containing Innds formerly owned I by, Linnie the stnt* of Floridn nn officer. or aii<'n<' i bf Jltb .p-f Mnv p In d nm< ti'rrmirrit lo ln... n..t 'ih. complainant' hniInir ( KuniUn

1 al.acrei more or !,>... {| .. on the North by landa owii.rll I lll.'ll 16H 41KiToiptn

Do appt>nr to the bill of complaint filed WII.m.. FuRitAXzl anil Company on thu thnt pntews cnnnot be serxe1upon 1 I V Invr In o".n.h'r I older' of piihllriillnn. le mnile. .* Ur ilurliitf nttinlli I4
tn said caune. on or before the. Seventhdnv South bv land owned by H. I. Hall, and an'd 1 corporation for the r.nu. olfiaid .I".h.. on"r'I. 1'110, llnral feet. 21 Inch..* I ,..,nil. liv InwIT fKHiif l ilurlnu mtuiUi 114074Hnl

of Juno. A. I. IP'Jft. otherwise th<* the Went. hy Innd owned by: K. M..r. corpornt'Ion to eh>ct nm.r. or ftP1 M .Tnlq. In dlamettr.All' is TiikurmuF oimrrtMi. ThatSolomnn Mnv 1 \ nim |
on olfpttor >nnf r..* "'-RCI work tii I hij., dnni* In aerordnnee with 'I II M nfj- ,.. W, W ". .
alteiratlonn of the "II will b takrn .eon- Twenty acrea more or li*... point nta nnd, nwtnir to the failure oisnld (. .I..y. Fv- Vtnr anil FiirfellurrB Fund
.n'.lnln. .. .the ,pliiim. nnd MintrurtliinH' Kennral linn Smith, .; .
auninHt Wmt hair of tho SouthwestI'tiuitnr I corporntlon to hmo within the Stntof I I Samui I C I. .. ItMr llnl Airi1| I HIM HIIIHIllINii
f.e '
.', I I frth.r ordered t hut this not ice of tht Southonut. quarter of Sec Florida nn officer or n rent 11..n .hom vlnlntia. apt rial 'proviatona' ., aprclflcatlon.nnd lemon.. I.Irl., ,."... \ |I' Kill.:. Itittt iliiririu nmulh ? 'J'Jrt nil

.: be a wek for Four conMcutlvo tlon Twenty-four (24>. Township Seven : prixt<"*. can be served. ft mi hnt 'hrr I.i ii I NOTIF lirnpimal. and contract of llrndforii ]I, and. her. h..I.o..I..I ti.1"111":. Huherl. WHtninlri iHMthtl iluiinu Ihitlllh 4U1I2Illnl
>ck in tho Brail fonl CountyTelegraph : tho : Tn rtrpnlt Trnrf Brmtford Countv Flor.M County. in.1| her huibnnd, M..y I 1 'B n 8JHi
wt I. .i7>. South Rnntre Twenty-one ((1!! ). y.t. I i no person In the Stnte of Ilo.hl. aervico < n.I"'I.
Tn rfcanrerr. Kai: 'h bid miml b. accompniilcil by Nanev Tlmtnaa
I a
Thnmna .
a wrphly newnpnper of nenernlcirculation. MHO at thn Southrawt omr. of n ntibpoenn upon "0,1.1. bin'anld I'hr".v anil I'lewrhnniaa il Punilttttl
puhlfnhMl In Stark., Bradford of b."lnnln. of Snutheant quarter cnrporiitinn : nnd alao nppenrln. Res-ont. t',1, rhipk on bunk, In llralford Conn- ir I her are 01 ir liny nredi Aiirll 1 lltjll 40740lt

County. Florxln.VITNTSM of Io..h".Twenty qunl.r ) Township Seven from the HV.orn of I c.m..hlul. In thinbo .. r.m.lolnnt. ). I.lyhl. in K 8 1.th..wo. ChalrniBii. nil nnv and Til pin.on rlnlmlnu iimli r Ti iittx ilurlnii montliU

\ th.. ".n..rnbl. Jndvcji, of the '"> rrll.n South Rnn re Twonly-two 1211. (2.!) FnBt, P ration tbnt. bi .I.lrn.* of tbe 'le I ... Ilimd Tr. r.. fivner liv or Ihtoiivh them or Illnr ,,f th.ni nnviitin iirrntllM Inmii l iliirinu niunlllI'nl
.
KlKhth Juihclnl. Circuit Court at UHO! fl.V nn.l I run North MO fwt. Went 11>8 fcetSmith I I ndnnt, '. thi. in ""m'd.. I..wl: .'I.rllo ""Tn n. Tnm..on. .I .1 jf ci nt of tlm amount. bM an ..I..n." l In lh laililu lnvl\e.l, In thin unit May 1. I'l.'il |07 40OiiiNiitiillnv
amid faith and .
.. It r>? a a KiiarantiH' Ifnuarded ill Merlin d HI. rollowa ; lnilfh ilnM.H .
and nl of th'l (
\ AII."nn. Cltrk 'h. HI Eimt 108 t bvuiuhinu Tmmltrrnllon ,, I
6RO feet. 1 T and A ,
Court In Slnrkc' Rrndford County, Florida f. t I N Plrkpi-mn Mary T ..I .. Onlet Tltte and Tf-movr rtnht the rontrnrt I. bidder. will .. Tin flint half of th,. Snulhweol nuiiilirmnl l Aurll I lll.'ll ... 2011Itllllllln
Fdwnril :
this th Sth of May. A I r.. IV.'O.G tion ha' wife. .1. Ruff. K r""l. known "*il tml'finwn" .l lf...ninKnvp "... I'ute. thp contrary' anil """ lnMid aa r. S. .nle n nr,, ,,? ih, ,.? ,?,? ?, ihllillK IIKMIIt)
01) W ALt>FRM\N AIno North' hnlf of the Northrwt quarterof or-rn I. 1. .. "*vptl! CUM. ''n.w'', T H irMrn 1.. ililired 1 I hi. "li.iith.I ouniler nil of M.x-llim III I lHliiirt tin iitn
(SEAM Clerk.A Siction Twenty-one, (21). TownwMn"evon Hilda C II.... Chnrlea" Spoor O. 1.,1.| nre ul .. T inrn Tl THnmnnon nl.1 C.m The. r itlit la ...-r\i.t to rcjitt. any an.l. I .Mn.hli. II South. Knim, ji) |;1U1,. ??,) Kill Mny I lli.'ll VO ITU
Suutb Ranuo Twenty-two' ((22)) John Trnri n.lnn.1 all biila.I'lnn., .
S. CRRWS.Solicitor ((71. nnd thtit there on ir n .m".n" h"r h"I'.nd r'"n' the Northu.vt uuiirler of Ihe Norlhenut'tunrlir litiiw'n rmmlunUnl
fur Comi-lnlnnntn. 5-7-Ct-fi-4 EllHt I unknown of" uhnoenn "ml.h. r"ro"n "".1 .nn l I ( nnd Kpirlflriilliina, may at'rn anil Nlli, n l nunrli-r if the April I HUH 72 M)
nr' the m-rxlee n -
of the North- the Stnti' !Io"'a at tho offier of tlm Knulnivr: anilropha Ni.ilhuiHl of miHtlh 1463MUtirantH
Alt-o the Nor.hw.t qunrter horn would bind, Kind defrndnntn. ". o.o .n. C'mn" n.. .n".lm. 0'> (0".11 .pinrtir Siellon 21. 'Inwnillil. Ifiifft'li ilurititi
went qnnrttr of Section Twrnty.two' ((22)Township ) upon l hv 'thcomplnEnnnts .' TTiti.l Kaf,? ".'ofn.I A r..vl.ll. of thv pinna b. nbtulnid' from II South. lUnvo 211 PnM llunlrI IHHIIItt ilnrliiir nmulhI'nl
And tbnt Itt l <
NOTICE Se\i-n ((7) South Hnimo Twcntytuo thnt I anid 1"11".1 defi.ndnntA \. "i'a1l ia Ora-Mtt tf O"P n"d I "nn I Ii thi. aicretnry* of Ihe board for 6 00., percopy I III>T ami hi mir In llinlfil, Coiinlv. I lor1'n Mny I Illlill ll! 4aAfrtrultur.

((22) Enat.Po nnn"d *"Ir ttF>Vf o"'n n*>'p* ifci.Upr. 1nvri pi> ol.I..r| thp Bpepifk'ulumM, may I boolitnlneil ,' Ii. nnd thu nr.' hi rehv ord. red to nn- I'unilI'nl

In Circuit Court. H mil ford County, Florida appear tn the bill of complaint filed M-hnae PomplnlnnntH n ncH' .nnd HI". n0 Intrreoti'il.. unknown ,Itthe "nntr p. ami In 01 "..I.| < hnv.'". or "1, for' frnm the. aerretary of the board, I- -ir to th, Mill ,,r ComiilHlnl filed In thin April I. null 3'I TH

In Chancery.J thnCnmplninnntA *"nv clnl' n to >n"'r. .n v r? Tht tl'tr' n. '. .611 pi r ait en ime on or l tore the Seventh dnv of.tune i4l'lM| ihirinii iniHitlt 141120VVnirHitlH

M. TrufiyComplninnnt. in Hnlil caUHC. on or before the Seventh property Involved ... f,. pantp ,In ami fn tho f.llnu Inifrwct I E. S. M \TTIIEWSC. I lll.'rt the nntne b, lllv n Kill, |livnthi.ru IPHIIII| ilittlnu MIIIMIh n IU 7

diiv nf .Iuno A. D. 12R. othtrwiaa' thenlliantlnnH ditra not .\ nobi ( *.hrtf tnfl''*. InWlt" Ch lrm.nSimnUrr Iw Ihe lillemillonn of the Mill ofCiviiplnml llull.lli.z. Fonilllnl
of the will be taken luen .en nhln to naerrtnin whether' nny of sn'< A .* ., ,, A. FUTCH. April I, lUJll 7J4INctlpU
VB bi Ml ff ninetr ? In |I. VnnM" qn ulll he taken nn confe >eil by
nf ended oirHlnnt know n eli f<'ndnntn nrt* di i.1 or nllvc.Thnreforn. In Pitbltp P..pnnls of H ndmintv I 4..2-6.5.2\I the ilefindnnt iltirlntr niiMUhl
Georr Andrew. llnll, et i th anfi .rrtwtril tp pnrllcn nnd i neh if Hum
thnt ,
a. I thta notlcbe It In ordered <*
It fa further ordered thnt l> biMM Pefenilnntv.8ult />-* / "! of T'orl'tn' ni T.IvlrurI II In flit I her onlereil tlmt n copy or ii nii (
.
ptiblinhed once n week for Four confncittlvo I knnwn deft nitnnta. who .h"'Ir.r. nnmml i Mill Mny I. IIUII 7 JMny
ComnnnvN Htlon to th thin order he publlillled
i < opce inch ek rorr.nir
Title and Remove Clnud.To .0.1. ) ..n.Tr.h. wi
Quiet ueekn in .the llrnilford County In thi order. If tlvlnv. nnd If di I NOTU KAdprli HUH
t sniiknown Twn of OtnrVe 1".10' ns thp. anmr* a. roliHerullie nieka In Ihe Urn..If,.|-.I Iinintv I.
thp ki, own nnd. unknown di-fondnnta' I TfleirrRph n weohlv nowapni,"r of ireneriileirciilntion i pnrtlett .IAlmln. (ntprcft In.lr. the 1 nr> of cord *n Bonk 10 PHCP < Telipriiph n neWHlinper of iteilerillclriMitnllnn niMptoRn rniiNTy.sri .

In th9 nbovi* 4ilrd criiiHe to-wit : the FlnrItln I piibllnhcd at Starko. 8r.dor, nnd dofi'ndnnta ,'or.nhl.. de.panned of the" Rppor. orrllo | | |uililii>luil In the rounlv orllen.irnrd >: UK 11 uitm\.
a otberwlsi*. nnd thnt nil p rnon'homnoover i Whom ,II Mnv Concern Nut. la Her- I .
I..n.1 .n.1 Immignition C.m.Any. Tountv. riorida.WITNF I o Count Flnrf',ilnI : r. Stale of Inuiiii trlnr lo the I l.rnlircrllfy Hint lh foruolnii nliiUHti.nl
I In *.xlMtanrt*. and If not Ine'lan. S the Honnrnblt Jud, of the thnt mnv bi* or aro In".t..1. flrvettna'* 111 lilven thnt 1"1. roMeUw' Ni. l 11IMI, to I nboM. .in i,. or inni. 7th Ulan nf In, HOT Ipln nn,! Wnrrnnu i .
c..al.n. O W. Aldrrmnn. In the nertv |nvol\e| In th'. "nutt deaprlb I IncluhKe. .r'nlon Kiru, Undi l tinriiuiii r
ltn unknown U-itnl ri-prcmenta- I F.it'ht' K Jiidiclnl Circuit, nlao : pr. 111 Wllnina > KuHiiiHt iirntiriipi 'o mfir
Vnii pneti ftf liprt bv rpqtilrei1o 1,1 v hn.i.l nnd the
nn voi| mnl of the
ant an* titcci.Attorn. dnvlpc**! nndfirnntecP I Clerk nnd the nent of th's' Court <.d fnlloua lv'n' r nnd belttyIn Hrndford nr rwrlleiM. Itrnnrh of Null.mil Hn. Inn.Co I iiu'iilh nf Munh HUH IH I run ..in.IMr'
R uiid c. ,,
bo n"" nnnenr Vir fnrt* th. Iwlvn .f tin' mi in ih, riu r sinrki. County
: G,'rnrd 17 Win.1 and wifp. Mnr- I.. Stnrke.' Hrndford ..un.., rinrldn this I C.n'y.' FI.rl"n. to-wit.: r rpn't' Toiirt of thn o'h .TmMptnl Ttrfiiltof of llurtfor-l. r.nlrl"l, for tin Ir validity of ll.n.ir.r,| Slnle ..f fiorldn ,.? t|,,, on, < < l, In thi btvt of my knuwtttlt' anilc
Wlndt. '*'r nn'l the 6th. dry of Mnv A. I>. 19JO. 6i I The \VV.t bnlf rf outhea t o..rt..r olNnrthwrnt thi> .n.n..hllln. it duly aullmri
| J.I.. 1.1. VtnrMn' In nn l f"r I Pmmtvnn ny of Mny, A. M lt 3ftn
.a..t Fnnt hnlf of So ,ithw I.or' i d I Irimtd have liwtSlnct' ; w Ai.nrtiM NCti
Runnn Sihr, Itnll.Vrwcn i W, ALPCRM\V |iinrtr nnd ." nl. beiiii
( CrTI. '/o"'nv.' thn '.nth A Pl
"V
Fern* nnd .I..h. '. ro."o. (SE\L> Clerk i "t qynrter" of North wjtat quart,r nil n" (' .1"0'- pullpleM. hiue not Ijei n r'UlllarIv I w(1FM. rN of tlin f'lrenlt l irtMmdfnr
IIAU. nR. Kt the Poiirt hntisc In the Town o .
tn. trndinv .i- W !I"" t ''f A S. CREWS. Section in Township 6. ctouth J"n. _'" .0nn'.lln.' Imiiii' d. nr necoiinti'd. for. Cl. rl of the Ctri'tllt Court
nltvi. nnd If .1!, ti'l I. their' unkrown helm, Solicitor. for (",Inlnaut. 675164.NOTICK Fjiwt. pnntn'nfntr' 40 ncrr" more. .. bfnnd of Inrkw' pnmnlnlnt, Flnrfdn e. tn In..r| atrninrit I von wwnrn In hil. nor nny: priniiiima, ren'Ived thtcrundir by I C I'OPI'Ftl.Si.llellor c A KNi<;nr. u c.MI .
I t,. "bl.,1 I. 'Unit t'omininy, tiny K valni'li-a and
her bv -IOIM uitn
dovidpen, 1( vfll<'i H r in nnt CharKn tHr v nro "n.'rr" named 'the cnrnplnlnnnf wil f.ir ('onuiliilnnnl
hi hill of rVininlnlnt In Hind; <*nntion "nv. \oiil in the hnrwln whomHoi'vvr thi ''
Hi-wnlt Pnoe, (
.
I' Pnci Eilfin' Ine ? f..1 t ., rlmid nnd tlllpt .
'
Hcsvpnt 'to quiet
Mnmfnv., h itnv />f .1 I inA .' 'nv. muy full nnd then iindi wouldI..I '
A1nml' ml,I t tin I unknown heirs, delaet n" before nny rl.11 r
n .
wr'hfd tnntsTho .
.th nhovp H IK i: roil tunsS.
In" x or (it. orue P 1 HI))2fi. hervvlse. the nlle" ut.Inna "f Illi mil uiul fr..lnl'"t ir found tlieifhonld ri rl'P :
Puce\ 1.'th" nil< f Tn"tr'nh.-w nt Tn Circuit Court. Eitrrth J.dlnl,1) It tn\\>\ bill will hi. tnki'n n' ronr..0 RrndfoH f'rtintv T.I.lrn..h. n wniktv be r<" ... Sontliirn offic* nil il Mid. will I,,. received l < th

d.,1 G I'ici. dtuiHKdl. 1.1. all ..It. Bradford County. Mnrldn. In Chan'T. K 'thnt | bi npwHnnpnr ".hl.h..1 Town ol "f tho Company nt 1'.lnmla., Hiinlh CnroImn I Mount of Mnnd Truntiint or Mrau''ird
of .1..1 r..r
Inn C"rv* I. rl.h. I "'lnrk.'. C"tIY Florida., IB hr..hv of 1201 n m Snmlny '" I'lnrldn office of tin .
clnimintr to hannv l once n week for four con euthe IrnM.rI N. 01.11 any n"'n. piiiimrt, "iinty nt I In cc.'itnry
r"bl..I..1 .
)m\inn or
part <-H 1 ".ilisivnntcd, n. ,, wannpi-r In which tlilv 10 bo ba.. tbim will be I Iby I of lh Mnnl., nt Rlarke .
inlort.. or eetftto In John Fo.yth., pfk In the Ilrndford C."ntv T.'p. upon repOKnlxvd Mnv 2nil, 102ft. Trniin will run infollown Plorliln. nn.II
I .
i ri.hl".) < i 1.1 S..nth hilf....1.1"< "* nuartirrtnd Complulnnnt. trrnph.. n nt wm>api r "uhl.h.d In Pradf.rl n".r,' .1111/ In. ,,>bllhi-d for four, ei'O''r' I" Comimny" 'I hi. "nublio will ph ... 10 00 ocleck A M of .liinu |Mt. tNJtlHh.l
1. Iv w. .** iiccorilinclyTOLOMAI. : nt Unit time inthliily opened fnr the"r
,
vsWminm Fiorldn.Ordered Ilk.
t .iutirti r of qtinrr Tounly.': .
":>' "N..II 4 '"''t 1. TiAMidhip' N'lh..t 6 South ftnnne A. AndrMvu. ft AI.! .. this 'Ihe nth, dny '." Vqy A T>. | .WI'I'NFII.. Thn ironoriihl.ludptnt. A nlwn 7. Ad''n..' I. t111:' INfFIWltrFKn. No. 1 ,Tirl(>finvlllc> In Tnmpn due lui r Oni Knnl Tuiiriiiit Car.I'lie .
I.n" llrnnrh of I Knni I
llu
rlitlit tuoy
riffondnntn.PHI ttl
22 Flint find rontninlntr' 1 12" ncre*. mnro or1HB Remote Dnud Oiilet Tltl* and Othrr IP28. \. V.I.n ,; At'Wmnn. D"'rk and thi.sen I of this court llartrord. :Il "81' I'' .:I.. ; u> lulco 11.1 1 p. mNo aril all bid risTton* r 'je
; lit
\ mil U'tnir on,1 I IM'inn in "r.Morl : .
RellrfOrHnr I .h.I"r. In the city of Stiirke.' Florida, thin Hh dnyof ( ". ,\1'n' a, .Tnohicnvillo to Tnmpn ilutFlarlip B 1 \TTItlr.VVS..
c 'mttntr' nf F".rlduGre.Unl" ,
rtollootn Miiy. ll>2ft. :
Prrxlco bv : I.'oluiiibln.. I Chni.man.Seerelnry .
of
"t""rol"n. M .10FTV3.I 1.2:1-1.-11. 1O.M" n, in.No. .
r.. Ar.PntMHV
Known nnd unknown r'nlnnt., I I .'. W. I C A Fit mi
for fnmplalnnn'HTTFMPNT -
Vnu nnd t.nch you hen ". rP from thp .nlleirntlonn of I I Inl.I" IPLFRK'S F\.1 Ciork. --- -- --- -- ,10i: .I.u !< ..m'tl.' f> St. I'prfr 4S0.6fc.5.2Hcontrnrt

.qtilml to b<. un..l Hpnenr Iw-fwrv thr Jtidiroof t h<1.,nrti 1'I\arlnl hil of comptn I In the abnvrrntiK T. To FI.\7FF Rtnrkw. Fin NI'IE I HECTIOV: ljur( un ..ludlclnlC
th. Circuit; Court "f the Sth that niw .r"'n"o nr plnco ofbtimni ''K : I"I.lt"|| r. .mi>lninant. B-7-rt-H-l. fly th* power vi'Ntcd In thi'm Thi> Honrdor 1 the contract.

r.1 of Finrlifn, tn and for Bradford ; ,.A nf 1.th. d. fnndnntw. Willlnnt Atltiwii Public Inntruclhtn or ", or.1 C.n..y.. 100:2: n. m.No. 1 Thu rlulit la nntr\d to reject nny or

C" > n Mi nilny the Tth. kiy .f June ; \ Th Fiorldn nnd nnd Imml- R<.nnrt o'h. fon.!'t' .n. of the, T.nwtrjntp .' OIM FK roie I'lorldn, hinliv cnlln ,"< ,. uu l 1"ld I fill .IncU-onvllIe to Want all lilihi.
A. D *! rit Ihi- Court H-tii.o In ,tho Iin. ". Tnwt< v In the Stnte of FlorIdu rl'IIIOTIH'I" .1"1.
tV' B i M rl ll ;w'Chairman.
IIJR *Inn Citmnnny n "nnl. on May: 1 Eh \ nt
vn ror"rA'lnn. T."a. 102f. Pnlm Flroili fluo Stnrlcp in OH. .
m.No.
'the p
Town of .'. nnnwir wlft-. nt "- nf bn-ln.. 10. 101fl '
FloT.on. Pa n T.. npn ami BPP 1. AI.'I Circuit routt. Plrhlh' .Imllclnl' Pfrr.iU" ., ..h.ol h.. n in thr rollnwlnic .. d'R .
.,.>rn nill nf "m.lnlnl ..hihl." attnlnnt John Pvnl Volnrv .T Phlpmnn. Bnmnnthn 1""UTr. n Itrndfonl r"nntv .' In rhn..r trlcti.. .. tint tl..,. .Ini-Uin' mrh and tif 2, Tnmpn to .Iticknonvllln, C A PDTC'ir,

you in tin. nbuMtyUd (m.r by the complainant Adl.on. TnMthn futeh. Tewla Futch. Tonna on Rn1 .. 911 6 >> MT Mary Wllkersnn, '.r'18. .mil tlitr' millliKe fur the eimiilnic two yenrii : il'ip St.'irkr fi:1fi n. m.No. Hicc-lury 4-HI-Ht a.4
J. M Truhy. to 'm.'. cloud nndijut Aillann nnd, .limit,* nnn on Other Collnternl. 1 1"t. n. ,
Mnrleilm"n. \ For the piirpnm' of li'illinu: Hnld .lerllon'
,
t 1111< ,. t he nhm e di..ntx d lanilstul William 11\.1 nr 'In entntnneenro Atl oth' "r T.onni nnd, Plnr'ninta 1? IT5 r.m"ln'.I.v. In t'ttch dlHlrli'l' Ih,' follnwlntr mnnnuennre 4, Tnmpn tn JncUHonvilliItic -,
Ivln" NEW RIVER
\ I It hn:'I inu bun mntle to nppntr t th'. \I.on. to rom.lnl"n.. .i.1 l 'that ,i Tnft.-l States' Bonds 1 Tin nff .I W. aT'poinliil, ,I n* lilluwniCanon Ptnrlco 3lfl: p. m.N .
,. of iht Sheriff ofDradford ni Bon'1" 1.000.((1C Wlk..f.n.
Cirt, bv Hi nttirn "tun In prrwun In the St t(. .r Flop.Ma. < unty nnd Mimtelpnl' : MuniiiMrf. M .! Alili.rmnn. *
fo\mty. FlnridA. H)"." a .ubptpnn r cnmpTnlnnnt the mrvlceof ""n'o"I H uaf*.Furniture nndFlxtuiea ,th O. AMerrnun, nnil Mi' lortnerRol'ir I .101, Tnmpn tn Jnckxnnvilli ,
dfftntlnM" Unnwn to Tt. by nffl'tri\lt aiMipndi-d to n NtV. IllVIT MnV II. MiMB O'Itini" -
,I in O\nnci. TV 1..I.1. to tht nho,- n ubfinmn utton, whom would, bind. the 00770'.I o".rln.. iil>,. -Hlnt<',t cnu-r that f : Mn'.o' I I J Iluiili, ... Ju ihuStnrkc fi12 p m.Ptnrko ,
IM ahow utvled anune. thnt' iho o of nntl thnt 1 Other Rent FMnt* Owned 2.f /6n hi .1" Ailkinw l< ft Sunday for \Vintir -
hef nlil .Inf.ndnnl'. r>r .lh.r l"m. Ih. rlffemfant thprelni r anil J*.. Cankln.. irnl Wnnii lirnnt ViTrnln -
:. fcmlnnt. thi r of ihun. t"n r'nlmu' nnd Other Ueanunre* ) Wlk..n .11.1.
'* nr- f tlmt' the IR "
lh (
nlHi-nt of '
nndthnt it in 1.1..d b oml.la'nnn' .i "med n ncm-ri : Mjinnuri .Inhn' llnvcn wht'ic nhu will iipcri'l uvhii'
uml ,m Flrndfonl I C.u"I. Tloiida rnmc'I are lnt rt.. ,', In therronrrty Ptto from Tncorpornted ftnnks 1.A'R.1.I State of and tbnt hl- n. Wni-illn C FOKK. lur..nry. I 101 Icnvcx Slnrko 7-10 .1.

.( Complnlnnnt n dlll.nt M ft rahmil thlo nnd complnlnnnt Cn,h "Ifpms .._ FI"r11 .n' with hor ni .
nil Half! ln\ol\rd In .I .: ''rr.tI'n., In unknown. thnt aa'd defend New : Mnoniiiri. .1. E. AIMi.' Nu. 102 rtrrivpPlnrko 3 1. pm. \ "innimr
Inquiry, f r"r ,the .; .r he know Tniih on ITnnrl ___ ___ .. 4.7 7.fit! m.;
t'n.r .thnt .
of nbo.fUfundnnt nlletre not .. nnt Is over the 01. of I\'ny-ono ynmIt n F. Rrntrof nnil O W Andrawi.Snmpinn .
.I..r..h.n'. ('t n'HI I pi" nee nf .. heenti nnd. l.v., .dlTltrent.' aenrch and in ..Ir hftt' ; ''s .re .rd.1 l thnt uni't nrnrcfftent : C f). J. Mr < M'trmn
M.nOI'r.
ami tur In t..r. l"wn. I
..f
_
( corpurutinn, whether any Totnl' 4R.n2.03 T. .1 flrlffin Aircnt
and snmo1'lnir not been nhle lo n..r..ln b > nnd hp heruby nutr > l lto Wynn nnd .*. ,
.' iiiiltUto' nnci rt in,n Ib "m. of .the d.nd.n.h... atre, renl- T InMIillosrnpttal nppnr. to thi. "1'1 r>f cnmp'/ttnt' f 1 In
'. tn C,'mplninnnt' .01. r\.d A. A. I>inh>n, C
.nkn.wn. ( IH nlletred Hi Jom'ononolr..
.I.n.' .* of b..ln.. Paid In __ said' CHUSP on or l rf"ro M"n.l. "thdny '
T. \ ,innph., a tl.O".on P V. Jonra.
The nrnilfnl (0.0'> the town unh..wn. '. d,'ad, or nllvc. or in .d.I 'irtilun, ".ol ,. ._ nf June, A T> 1''ifl, othirwli"' ittc nlleicntlota ..h.r" and Her Familjr.
weekly: m wftimtier' p.bl.h'd In In tbe .worn 1.rM.on /irrMiinnmm., : II. I I...!.. J. W Marion
>'U.rl.. I I.I' I. tunm or not. and it I I. nl'.I PndM'tffl Prnftts fl.rv Ext.on_ of nfit bill will bi 'tnken' "confpfaid -
of, StarKr' )' there l.ewln and S. L. Pre eott.L .
.. h. lfc vi a
tn ,, of c".mitlntnt' 1 an.l THxes Paid* BOO.BOIr'lhUunl by MIIid il.I..n.lantI
the IMWNMAPI ,11 W :
he ivbill* ,1.1,1 firma nnd In- I furthir .rl 'rwl .thnt 'thi* or-lcr h.- KICKUT.I
published for pi rann .nr"rnlon. Deposit* Subject to <
which 'thin, .. b* n. l tnthl If. B WlfJOFNS. Cho'Tmal'
oti'i'CutKf, .bol. trrenttMl In the .nid nropert v 1.1..1 _.____. _'_ R, An7 4q ..11,1".1 .o.r n w<'rk for Fo'ir oni PU- Srcretary. |.<

lour Thnt i In p"'. \fiit w .nd! ik-fcnihmt, '* 'ihnuld uft. whra" nnme nac rmldencf. or I avlnira. Per.olt* In RRft Ar .. ,,ki In thp Brndft, rd P.untv Tliirrnph *- : .S'-.7

not ut t 'thr time ai U plme nhovedirvcttil place of h..ln.. l I. unknown tn ..mola'n. Tim, ( .lt.ot.of l.po.I -. 1 .RI n newopaper. pitbl Rhi A In ....I Ir
upp'or In
nhnll bountcred anr nnd In .ald bill relief .rny..I' < (! 00Tont mty nnd
,thnt ,ilttrtM* pruonK"*o Tnsh -. Oul.tnndln. nf Ilnl. SO'fCr
nnd unknown *
'Vnnwn *
: uchof nvalnat nurh Tills, Mat' P 1"0
\ or
: in thtH full' cuiine to ntrninxt. you nnt r.r...".. flrma nnd eor.or".I"n., I **R P21 01 F". < \\. \1.0FR\\' V.itlci. of ..1.! uf J'B ,nun, 1)0) SK I'. r C'i'nllielnl '

you n'niul-ti onlortd, ppturDone at Starke. Florltla. TfFRIFnR1 If Irt 0.1..1 pr tn- **,tnp of It..Ia., rotinty of Bradford, asI 1'.', "''r-.I 'I'o "" Tux H.t".1| "I"rle Num'n '

nnmod of the nbocnnmed E KtflOHT.tollri' KlKhti"ll.: of llrndronl C.iunly.' riori'lu'
In Chnmbm' this 5th day of Mny ll,.-" onll rnooralon. T> W rrtlhi..r -
A. V 1X>Mr.P. thin notice or i.'An.o' or I Bank dn nolemnlv awenr thnt th"nhove r I. fVmrlnlniintPFTITIOV ".7. I o.t Honili.Itnrehy.

E KNIGHT Judvre, I' Head! or not In e\Miinc. then hi". h.rthtfi I a'.'ement fa 'trim 'to tho best of myfnnwtedtr : nntlce In lvrn Hint tin. Ilm .I

Solicitor for Cnmpl m.n.. (l7"tAM -.4JtH -< It* helm.nnil rievlnfM n-alirna. teflratera. nnd ti frran-all :i; nml h.lrr. TO rt\VR ROM'S VAfl- '' .' Public 'n.lreto. of Rrndfonl rii'vFlnrMn. ,, ,
t\tefrnrn w MoonRraslilr ,
rn n mnleii
.
l>.VTFT) re r.1. r r 'Ilm
navlntco wi .
11 .lr"'e' \ CKET I- i rr>nr><.. firm* nnd .n."rt.no. plrheo. r.Ti.Ooo no Srimlnl TIM Si'h- o1Dlntrlcl '
II" II to thoaecerlnln i '
TOiS .Inlmilo nnv Inlr. trnefca of land Correct -AttestrFOROF, Tn Plrettlt o.rt. FVhth .TudTetnl Ctrptilt Niimbrrrd Rlahtun. of llrnlfiritCounty
l t" pnrcoln. nr .
r YOHMC.A ,
Plorl FlorMa. boniln on or hftf'iri Hi"
for Bradford
and County. -
Ivlntr nnd, ht-fntr In Bradford. eounty l.ot. A. rwmr.R Ti', ,
oiplratton of thirty: dayn frum the 'U/
that all
Chnnp ,
Notice i I. htnhy irlvcn .rr.ln. of Fiorldn. known nnd. described as l I.ln Tn rvThi I

Lo.r.tcri. DI.trlbut. and pr.ono ha.lnl louft n THFDE.nl.oto. Pounfy nf Rrs'Knrd' nf tlmSfnp of M.". A. D.. IU2H nt the ,ific. f ih.Supi ,
airaint "" of Mary H. Bri- of Flor dn, and the "n..1| >rlnt rn'I< nt nf Public Inn'i-' 'ti,... ftHrniironl

Bham..1.11 d..a.d. are hereby required' to T.lnnl" al *n Iron ohnft In the Pnnler e.on.tn. nf Pond Tr,._ of BradfonlPoiinty. Plnrlda. nt Itnrr' ,. MI'hln
the foot street. "nown n* 1.lntl.
the .amt- .duly .uthinticatvrt to NOTICE FloridaComplainant. .
prenrnt 9f./ >tnnd
abaft la net <*
which
Florida. Rind,
County: < on .
county: Jull. of Brn.lfonl huM more !1.0. Weat of thitNVrth I Maid DoniN ore 'la U. il.l.. | .1.1| i ut I"|"i.i i. :
Within or th notice wl, be I In.h. n rirmiU TouH. Fl rh"" | va.Tb .
one :yonr. .. .. of the "n".h.o.1 nnartir Tn the 1..lrl.1 nd .In In >*in nf flf -
d.n..I.
In bar Ih..I.. ami all ,perwiw irnltbtudto thtlr rf.NnHhiaaf t t .no.quarter. "f qeeti.n THIrtv- r'"lt.' Bradford County. ''" Sa s> nf FIorMn, ,in.in 'e.rh. nnd. to "nr Inh"'ot.. 'th'rnte '.
rwiutml' to pny D.r..nt.l.tl.n .
iafd KHtate are n. South RnnwAT han..ry. of .U per eent pro tiivnlilii ,
Five (
undfrtiirnedMmlntntrator ( 1'6' Town-thin .nn'"n.
the 'v n RnniN Vslldsted'
aid debt* forthwith, to 211 Fnut th.n. run In ne B .fnhns.Cnmplafnnnt. tit ml-nna Joly. on 'h. dny nf ,Inn-
I'
"ntvn th. I'n.r. and ritltenanf
.
Fnut lino ofaid 10" aad of eaeh jcar wllh lnlir"-, '
ThU th. 28h d.r of A 1928. tnthn't" rlv Hireelton on mFlnrMn t County: nf Bradford, and St.a'e nf .r
p.1 ma-l t finuthwat corner I \ "i IP* n ani-lnil' Thr prlnrtpnl .n,1 In-
E 1''tFWS. .* n".r.nn Thwn n> of RWk' Three I n< R.itlrnnd Company, a corr,rntlon Ftnrlda.Tnke. f,' .t ftf .nld Tond. .r' pHMil'lo' lit' .h.*
f.nt
A that th County of
4-30-Ot-S-Sl-. dmlnla'rot. of II.1'hronn' gprlntr* reeor1pfl .t .. nolle. 1'0.1'0.1. Hanover In the City nnd the
nlat .
.man or I nne nf the count-v units of the N.1"n.1
!
Onin>. on T.r"n.l.n' Sinle' of
AM) CBEDUL In Plat 1-onk pn- Bill Onlrt Title, etc. TTnrlda and (ho Bosr l nf Bond 1. Yorl
NOTICE TO IIEHTORS Fnrtv.tbro4> (41> of th*> puhtlo r..onN nfPrndford I I Tt aflnv.by the sworn hill of fnm- of snd! Cntmty have filed1, a petition In. Thi. nmount .t ,nd ofr.ri'l ro mile UI.
TORS County. Florida thtmen run Eftut aor. .",.nnn > nnd the principal nf unlit binilii
pntitTcd th ahnv fiamedrotirt f,1
which tnc n
filed tn the nHnve cnua*. rs'in*
.
Thtrtone d..rv n"rh. 1.ln" atrli'hr I plaint Is to rrmovw etoud from 'the under th" .10'l of April 20th A P .1.1 be ,...n"l. fl.onono the Ut ilny .if

Notle "N ftcmhy irhon tlmt all cr"dln. nntrle with snid Rond.. ofNoHheajit t. en tftlf use and to one quiet thi ?. on'l I Indlnv

all the E..t In. rf 1.rthoo.' qunrt. 'In th snld Fifty fHf>,(inni with HIM 11,1. will nec.pl I.Irnr l
and thnt erlhd
Di.tTlbut. p"oo. Section Thirty- th lands nr old Tou..nd n.la.
L.t. "r unlit Tlnnih .' expiration
( .iroln t the E tnt. of w. M .1.( >. South, I bill nf ".m"la'nt.' that th. Sheriff ."f worth of 1" ChapterII on IT
"f1fl>. Tnwnflhtn \ RO.I. of thirty' ilayn the "lh ilny nf MayA
Six '
Hnrrt-Il. doevw "l. are her by required to N"ithtn Bradford Tnunty. FIorMn. bn. m..I. return 42 of 'h. Special AP nf 1u sinture r..m
.nt the .am duly authentlcatod to T.pn.v.nn.21') F.t. "aid th-nci Section. run ThlrtyaU tb" summona In chancery duly of Florida', of th. Extraordinary Ss- n. I1I2H All blddem, nre .q.i..1 to''

of County.Florida. Northenat corner I .I" ; that thf> nM ton thereof 'In November, 1028. and by *rtelpptlnn ".p".1 with Raid county board nf Public I .
the County Juf)". Brador Wwit alonir th lln. ofnaM la | said cnufi**, summonsIn & t
thi-nee eertifnd flv. r'
ISR'>. a per '
the Iflth day of In.trorl"n. oheek ror .
Within on. :year nllc. Rond'. 'thfnFnitt Chnnecry fa anMt.if"d nnd cannot h* h..1 on Mo.h.n
SnndrrM>n
to unld of hl l oafd I
<
And all action A 1421 In Bradford County: Florida. .mou.t .hi check .tliown with nor
perona Tlnilrnafl Company >.i
In bar thcrvto. the "'
,
will sorvnl unon "I" '
b.I.1 Pouth. nlona thr line of nald See- Fln..la IM mnli to the Roanl of Public ill. t ii I'M M P '!
b rquir tlto of I Florida RallroalCnmnany. In whteh etnetlon, a majority of the to ."oy.bl. i ii T \ conunitulu-
laid ar
Indbt to e.tat to Road, thenre Fwt of A .orraton. Te I.rl' Inntruetinn. of firadford County. Florida. n i ,. 'I u i i IP mm
thundpnicrnvd S.n".rn hotdVravntlnff ml n-ti r
.: nald d.tu fonh..lh t ton line of aafd I a the Florida Landand qtmllf d .1.1. w. m j- i
.
,h. alonir the Sad.r.on ofhnnds All htd'leni ahall apecify the tlm* within
F..t for th*
ito
enprnrartonthrM I..ne. urand "p-i
-i
Adminlatratrlx.Thla Tmm'vratlon Comiiany H l
of _Inn In", E" rDtin* t".t. 0"0 hidden will with iti > jit i -.nj*
Road. to point Fr HandrM and .hl.h the comply *
*
the 2t rh Day of Apr.1 192 the abgve of th* defendnnta namrd tn said bill ''i .'.,. til I. w- .1.
rwervlnafrom' .1..Tlt therwf after notice a irlven by the
MRS. BULAH HARflELL. anil I I of Complaint owing the of the Fifty' : Thousand DI.T(1410.000)( ) for hsM tr
landa, th. following piece.. t r.lu.
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) COLNTY: : TELKi'ACK EIGI17 rlUDAY. MAY 7. 1926

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S 1'\1 B ENTKANTSKXfEKK:: : ., "''wnwu.w.,, .,+,wn. ,.. ::J lmiUIIIDmrrr.Inmr.lU'lllmIlIlIllIlInIlJUIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIII: :::::': suppose you don't write books You did, not ask me in what wayor ?

Bradford County Telegraph 1 F1KTY any chance, do you?" she asked what my business was."

"I know what it is," Nan said,
L Aifusm.i IN: I87i Many (Jualify for !Stale: ContestsIn One -it's a thing !'ve never tried directly. "You are moneylender..

the Junu Primary !rjgE? t:: hand at," ho answered seriou.s- Mr. Arnott told me."
Entered :Second> U.I SMatter
Published: WetUy on Fridays and as ny RUBY I thought 1 should succeed I He looked! a little taken aback by
at the rust:" Office at :Starke> Florida Tallahassee. -Over fifty candidate -- perhaps be tempted! to her candor.
.* will "fact thu barrier" for tho "
June primary election, according Begin Here Today. "Ten- I "Then you probably understandwhat
and PublisherJ. PETER: LYSTKU loses his now?-because> of the war, business relations
:S.> Matthews----------------------Owner memory era
k: to a lift of qualifications: made! with! Sefton my
C. Hobinson-Managing t.dit.ol'SUHScml'TION : \the secretary of state up to and including on tho Western Front. Upon the rake ) ; mean 1" I 1 with your father," he said smoothly. -
;May IHh. hit return to London he fails to "Let :! altogether was thinking | .
rerogniise. me the case I told about the "
you
I 1Vith- father! Nan echoed
The final day! for qualifying woi honor," ho I my
KATE NAN MAUUABY, the girl to day, and of Lyster, too, of
I { his words, a slow flush crept into
0 and few qualifications
Let for May a His .
whom he "
; Six 73c Payable in Advance was engaged before going her face.
Yearly $1.50; Months which had been delayed! wire took
Advertising: Rates on Application1LtLtiuA'S expected. to I I'e added to tho list ut to JOAN France.ENDICOTT She leaves, and her friend returns, shudder.She!tho. think :Mr. Lyster looks ill?" I I "My: father has never borrowed

lliu eleventh hour. seemed to consider the ques money in his life," she raid, with
---- home when
news cornea of her step- II
MiEDv : Those. candidates for higher state mother's death. There she meets quickly Impetutous anger. "How dare you

,"Ig'\:1' I liau.Mjji, tic vmiiieni ..t. ti"lIc"ul, in an address, el. focus who hail, qualified! up to JOHN: ARNOTT, fellow officer! cruel ( ; J greatly exactly changed ill," he -said of at course last.,I dare even suggest!" such a thing. .how
Mhy 8 follow: with Peter, who has sight I you
I.JC"IC. lne Ucaia itulary Uul> tins WeeK, SJIOK.O ul lll\'l.nllh: brought! the nt I ;: : me a shock to find that he
I ; She breathless with
United States Senate: Duncan (latter to the home of his sister for '1 dislike of i was anger;
in"jjruuUr variety anu uounuuiio.-, not know me. I went up and ,
:
i'loruu to ; her flashed.Sefton .
111" u oi iirouucu I LJ. I J-'letchor, Jacksonville; Jerry \V. ii rest. 1'eter also. fail to recognize "Itow eyes
o. lie' nc-cii.s.siiy oi the stole tu :stabilize ilaeil, and ol the oru- Curler, Tallahassee. ; John .\. Van | HARLKY SELFTON; u moneylender I>ruWI1! : to him in the ordinary way : spread his hands. depre-
I he was quite annoyed-sepmed I
uiii! 1 luuire ilicru i is: in I atorc for it il thc people will but up- XaU.ih. UII tuna Rent h. who has been to Nun's home in her it. Of course, I under- fittingly.

pi 110; uieiiiaeivea, u> wont lor the KLMiurul' proyi'oss anU iro.-.pur-. Congress: First District, ]Herbert[ !level'ul'times to see her father. Today '' I should ,," i| now, but at the moment, con- | "If you are going to take that

Hy 01 an- allowing how the :stale may get iluwa' to woi'K. aWl J. Drum-, Lakeland; Sucornl l)istnit i however, he is calling upon the boys 1 what (treat friends, we u- I attitude-of course, it is useless my

u will ultimately uevelopH'. llubnun, uo- II. A. Green; Sturko; Third '1 her. Their conversation is inter. hint I "'> to be. ." lie pmJ.ed'l're I I saying any more, but. ."
wnal nnus
along District. J. II. Smilhwick, 1'unsu- i ruuled by Nan's three young step-1|, Tea was "Quite, quite useless." she inter-
\ friends? Nun
mat me three cardinal: necessities: lor i-lonuas luiuie brothers Nan takes them to Sefton did you great
l'lal'c ".11.1; Thomas A. Yon Tall.u.- : j jJ'ourth I away rupted scornfully. "I should not be-
greatness: : ::! are thc uc-velopniciit of agriculture industry and District, W. J. Sears, Kishimmmec I| make them presentable. They tell i inU'. indifferently back her heels lievo it-and as for your offer of

coinmuice, cult the UJWL-I'mtf ol the 1 cost of living I ; Ruth Bryan Owen :Miami. ,her i that Kulfton is the man who hit lie tried hands was! sitting clasped in her on lap; there, friendship. ."
I them with his riding whip. talk, but
!
j
the need ot Florida at the moment, the great :statistician a little eager light in her eyes Sefton colored.
:NOW (:0 ON: Wrill TilE STOny osyllables
General J. Johnson
uuciaieu, 'is a ureater respect: lor overalls::! than for Attorney : B. Nan, they her cheeks were flushed. "My friendship was good enoughfor
knickers During the next twelve) months::! Florida must :sortiefor I Live C Oak.Justices. Nan did not know what to say them on I laurhod. -there was a pe- Peter Lyster," he said.!
of tho State Supremol'uUI.t for a moment, then she said 1 brisk. note in MM laugh.
klllcl The stat. ing ut "I don't believe you were anything -
overalls! rather than lor more mutt : William H. Kills, Group: 1 ; l Iy. i shaggy I 'vo we not he said present is a little strong on publicity, little strong on sell- ; Rivers. II. 1'uford Group 2; Louio "Well, dare say he thought it was Even the sarcasm. "Surely Peter has his," Nan cried in a rage She

ing, but a little weak on delivering the guo s. | W. Strum, Group( 3; Francis C5.C'urUr just n* well to teach you a lesson;' n ride in you?" Ifelt I as if he hud goaded her past

"The essential thing fur Florida is to go to work and do- ( / I'eiiHacola, Group :U I; Armhti'ud she said. "You might have been response' : shook her head. endurance. "If you had told me

velop-lhe !state lo such a point that our valued will equal the ,I Brown, Group 4. killed if the horse had knockedyou Rcqu \' had never mentioned you to everything; wo never hud any ce-
Florida will win out, not ;1 Itailroud Commissioners: Group down." I that if until that night we met." crete from one another.. .."
prices: we have put upon properties. i 1. K. I.. Eaton, Monticello! ; It. Hudsun She would not allow further arguments -' world for looker! away Into the glow Her voice shook.

by words: but by deeds. |( Ituir, Tullahcsscci; EbenezerJnckson ; she hustled them down- it was to /! heart of the fire. Sefton's face changed.!
"Florida is the only state of the forty-eight which has within : Harris, :Madison! ; Group '.', |i I (' have known him-some time

itself the three basic requirements of agriculture; sunshine: 1 Kugenu Matthews, Starke; ThomasJ. / ::;1 1 ended, and ?" she asked I after a moment. So she still loved Lysterthatwas
the thought that flushed into
,
,
abundant rainfall and a soil containing natural phosphate: Redding Leexburg.State's I ;; lT glad to I Ion ." his mind; still loved! him in spite of

and lime, yet it is possibly! behind :all the states because,; of itsneglect \ Attorney: Fifth Judicial I H \0"rr"" .I j. ironical man."I: I '\! was a short silence. this engagement which she declared -
dUtrkt, C. A. Savage, Jr., Ocnla; "" "The drew his chair a little
,
of its advantages. Last the state consumed dairy I I 1 had been broken off long before
year ,
James \VhiU-hurat, Erooksville; 1.I',,1'1'/ I Id'0 I, been the i forward.
i I |IP.ter was wounded.! An odd sort
products the valuo of $:il,000,000, but produced only$7- I sixth district, I(:. 1'. Wilson, Dade ;1 Nan : i is something about which of consumed him.

(-00,000.( ) }During the slums period the consumption: of gasolineinciciised I I Cty: ; eighth district, J. C. Adkins, .\ ., .;, II, 1 "The bo like to ask your advice, rage '
the of fertilizer decreased I (;inilioHvilIc; twelfth district; 10.I I\ ') ,.,-\, feel that ; said then. "I'onk,' if I may?" I "Told you everything, did! he 1"
consumption
while
85\; cent ..
..
per -I '' | he echoed with a faint sneer. "Then
I I D.xie Ueggs: FOl't1:\ t''eI'K; Guy; M.Mi'uyhorn I. ;; ..J. they're nn i I looked up. There was i
: 15; percent.' Fort Myer ; It. C. Horn :i'J: (, \ I cnn be of childishness! in her face at i! of course, it will be no news to you

Air. Itahson urges the bringing of farmers into the state, :M'Kire" Haven; seventh district, C. : I "'" I like.: moment, and, her eyes met his to hear that PeteoweB mo a very
"I'I
but he was most emphatic in declaring that they should not j A. lloyer, Orlunib eighteenth dis- \/I ,-... I There I! a sort of puzzled l \ pathos that large sum of money-more than he
h'lI L. Dewey A. Dye, liradenton : I her voice. '.' his heart | can ever l'l'plI-and certainly more
be, given l 10-acro farms at $100.00 the acre but rather: never | \ strangely.
than I afford loxes'Nun
to
twenty-first, Angus Sumner, Alt : "It's an \Ilk advice !" she said can
; JO !
my you
lest. than 10 acres! and at a fair price. Ho advocates a state I I I
: :: Adam and Edwin lirokson ri ;) : like; stared at him blankly. The
!|, ) ( never I 'es;/ hccauso I think you may
:soil !bureau without cost to the taxpayer from which landowner 1 Stunt 1 I \ \ 'ly. "It's be able to help me." lie! 1 man-his voice, his eyes, his whole
c\
at the cost of a small 'tmay obtain a survey of their Slate :Senators; : First distr'k't L. I \\, .J\\ \\\> me, must : and. went on again ah- attitude seemed to have undergone

meat stations under state; supervision of agricultural experi- j I I';. Truman 1 Milton; F. It. Cobb, Jr., I ',I} 1 I if she looked tho face of
at
a a
) about ?
went tsalions: under state supervision in every county, the Milton) ; twelfth district.V.. I" -Nbr \ t: anything me
C'havous, C'ross City J. II. Scalat, little .! "About you?" What do you stranger: she fell back a step from
county and :state, to share equally in the expense. This: would I ; : I I \;ntef I like him.
Terry' ; twenty-fourth .!il j
enable every farmer in the :state, to drive to some experiment] I \. n and stick. mean did Peter tell you any- "Peter-Peter owes you money,"
liam II. Malone) Key West FrankII. ,
tation and receive information at first hand! rather than ; l 1\ I try to ? Or have you heard any- she said breathlessly-then suddenly !-
Ludd, Key West thirty-second .J
through bulletins and leaflets.: ; i J nu- !, "And, [ since ?" her voice rose
i i district' J. H. Col.ion, Gainesville\ I 1.,1 their =" 0." She looked nt him anxious "I don't believe you-I just don't
lie declared that the climate in the central section of thjstale
1 and J. :Muxey Dell Gainesville; p.tairs train' and into the .schoolroom "Oh. I I "Peter hardly mentioned you at believe you" she stammered. "It's
I -; was much better J for industries! than Texas, and said that thirty-third district, L. W. Jennings: 1 where ten was laid. 1 ]litely. after we parted that night. a lie-a cruel lie, which you knowhe

t opportunities for industry here were greater than in the latter Ok.i-chobce nnd Tom ClIl11pbell0- Sefton was standing beck to the I She" was ?" can't dt'ny-"
'
slate, and yet Texas far exceeds Florida in her manufac- fireplace, looking round him with pro. She there I Is something in She forgot that she was no longer -
ro ]Beach! ; thirty-fifth district, Al- quizzical eyes."Thinking 1 shelf and manner that makes me think anything: to the man she was
tu v>. ]lie! challenged: his hearers In show one article used at I .
roil II. Wngg!, West I'alm Beach! how shabby the place 1 ..-"' have been told something that defending; she only realized that
tin1 luncheon which made in Florida.
was and A. C. Adams, West Palm Beach is, I suppose," Nan toM l herself indignantly 1 n chair set you against me. Am I Softon was delibcrutly I lying to her
iiMneriea will be an important item in the state's list of thirty-nixth district! G. D. Knowles, ; she went Into the kitchen "The ?" I about the person she loved best in

iniiii tries, believes" Air. I'.absonlie: particularly stressed Hrudenton! ; thrity-seventh district to fetch the cake; when she opens the o." said Nan. I the world.

I tae inning of citrus fruits, showing that citrm fruits arein J. J. rurrish, Titusville, ; thir c'nmo back the! three boys were i' ties,' he 111m glad of that," he answered (ero lie Continued.)
stiimlinir in defiant row, eyeinrr Nan : I want you to like me-I
Known the world which a
in
"iiily fruits: I bring higher price; ty-oighth district"' J. II. ;Mitchell, i
she gave, to let me be friend."
th..j'I! ltur with unfriendly eyes. you your :
> Tuned i <1 than they do as fresh fruit. All that this industry Klfers und ]KJwin; f. Drew, Dade :Nun broke what seamed to he an have seen i,: sat very still. ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + F'

., .lIt to become of immense importance to the\ state is" the; |: (City, embarrassed silence. ( "A good] 'II for two people to be + pATRONIZE :+

1\, I than ul machinery which will cut down the amount of is that *'-real friends," Sefton said, I Home Business
c-d li "it is for them : .. +
JlI.lIl..llahur> i necessary: to produce the finished product lie also si'Anuii: : SCHOOLS FOK! FLOHID.TE'mmS necessary '
having the well RIDE C.A1NFSV1LLE; ; *
deal about +
a great
I i.-dlm'; I the attention of those present to the fact that citrus.nine1 this '' 1 +

are the only fruit juices which are not being produced Plans are now being. completed! for the opening of tin raids. awl) another scrambled to her (,'ct. ; t BUSSES *
?unimcr school for teachers and others desiring to add to +
c niinercially. JAir. j:' months ; eally, ;Mr. Sefton," she began, i 1 + SCHEDULE *
: Uabson predicted that Florida would soon become the their store, of useful knowledge through such attendance, them, dead "I'm sure I-' but he 1
+ For J/X) 7:30: SCO: ( a. m. :t
t..'i ini'ial for the commerce of the United Status. "Europ.e; has fit Tallahassee and Gainesville early: in June. It has been announced n little : her. : + 4:00 *

I'nt its bolt,' he said, "and from now on the tide of foreign ,j jtr.ulo that more than n hundred instructors have been secured Her \ ( to me for a moment" lie : p.m. +
for the j and! she told you just' now that I was i | + for G'VILL' 10:09: ( p m. *
a t will flow to Latin Amel ,, The railroads and summer terms and the registrations are ei \- i ,
:n great j ,1'! < knew l : > ripen to his feet, to. ,| + 5:00: 7.0)p. m. +
I.'iimship companies will establish their, terminals in the I i peeled to fill available space) at the University of Florida the I I with (hK 1 iness friend: of your father'! *. *
I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 9
=State College for Women and the Agricultural and :Mechanical -
Mali: .mil in few will become
a years Mime city a port as great J
IK-\ port of New Orleans. j College for Negroes. These summrr schools have become)

from I more popular a.s their advantages were recognized, and! each 1W -
"With a system oj'cunalJ Jacksonville to Miami 1.I.S

i .Mid' iM'i-t :Myers, and with the great cross-state canal joining year the attendance i is larger; and the scope and importune--

( th,' Atlantic and the Gulf, the east will send its products in ,.J'! the instruction given increased.A ;
r ULLs's RE".1i.1i.1iIi
barges' down the coast, while the wheat, iron and copper will partial list of instructors for the three! schools show

I flow down the ilissiHipl'i'ulle: ; ;' by the same means: to be I moss, of men and women prominent in educational affair

loaiK{ ,d l Ion ships: in Florida ports for shipment to foreign The studies to be undertaken include the major part of college -

markets.: < j jW ;+;; .ofift features, and it I is seen that athletics are given place and

In speaking of lowering tho cost of living in the state Air.Tiabsoii hat students may utilize the summer months in pursuing Ii II

remarked: "If I were to run for governor of the state 1 religious !study sociology, psychology, biology, language or

I wnuld cho se my :slogan., 'A good $2.00: hotel in every town. other special branches. The courses are optional, and while

Florida has no need for Lrt.-1.tr1lan t and Itoman I,,:n its. What it is expected that students will not waste their time and Ii Factory Shipment Of II

4 it does need is good moderate priced, hotels and cottages: that mu't be doing something practically all day, they need not! I

will rent for from ;tan: to $10 a month with just one L bath The unlll'rtalmore than a reasonable amount of work.

Roman Bath feature is umll'('(' l'Iar' '. Prices are still too highin :
Very many teachers coming to Florida from other states : HARNESS I
Florida. I believe that three out of every four families' in ;
find the summer schools valuable in bringing their information -
the state are living beyond their incomes.
nearer to the requirements of the section and giving
"Floridians have the idea! that the north is full of mHlion- a I
greater understanding of the people. High school graduates
nines, but the supply i is limited. As a matter of fact the number I : ,
of people in the United States receiving an income of al.-.> find the summer schools most important adding to their ; This harness is bought under the market and will be sold that :

$:)0" or more iI', in round figures): :iOOOO, or M per cent of fund of information and making them better prepared for I wa)'. We have been very fortunate this week in securing I
le; thing work, if this has been planned. The 1II
the total ; these receiving more than $' ,ono numbered, 5,000- arrangements I II .-ome Craig's Early seed corn, some Blue Goose Peas, N. C. !,
in the t three places! mentioned for the comfort and convenience; 'I
000 11 per cent ; those! receiving loss than $1500 amounted to : i Seed Peanuts and other seed needed at just this time. I II
of those attending the summer schools are complete. The hun-
27,000.000 72 per cent ; those' getting less than $1000, numbered I : We Keep a clean stock of Groceries and fruit all the time.
'dnda. attending at the close will have I
enjoyed their two I
1 15,000,000, 38 per cent of tho total. From this it can boseen
i that a comparatively small percentage of the population m'' Mths' stay in Gainesville or Tallahassee, along with acquiring 1:1': .\ nice selection of candy. Fertilizers that make big crops. '

t of the United States can afford to pay the prices prevail- knowledge of great use in their vocations or for general I Feed Crates Hardware; The John Deere Plow. The best I'I'I

business and professional life. I of all. I
ing in Florida. 'I I

"Many people have been led to come to Florida by the Gainesville and Tallahassee are very pleasant in sum- 1 have a fine Jersey heifer for sale also: a Jersey calf-taught ;1

tlrieof immense profits to be made here, yet the greatest 1 iper. The lectures and other assemblies are attended under to drink milk. ;

nsset of the state is generally ignored.\ Insurance companies excellent: conditions, and faculties provided'are unusually : I II IIjlL

r.re, agreed in the belief that residence in Florida will lengthenthe \brilliant. The !state' is\ endeavoring to entourage the teachers Ili ,

jj life of a man from five to six :years. Any state which iind those planning for educational work to avail themselves N. B. HULL, Prop.11It.lWOltl .

I can do this one thing needs no other talking point; t.f the opportunity afforded.-Times-Union. li

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