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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FIUI>.\Y. AUGUST 6. 1926RUBVN.


took up the half.peeled apple and none of us really have freedom We THE PARTING SHOT


I:; On e nioFr t aha the work peeled knife, but the her and apple hands went. extravagantly trembled on wtth and her' I I are other all pi,>ini'Xorabl.v r-i n or l pe 'bound sons and to what some : A minister in a certain town in

g Arnott watched her for a moment im4;; wi. do is bound to react i their Alabama took permanent leave of

1)q AYRES pl.R s s with mean-perplexed me?" he asked eyes.. then."You don't lit| es i-, wall as ours. declare Some of that the manner his congregation in the following

0 : ancient philosophers/
--_- "Vou-no'! ,_
lie gave a little exclamation. "NotPeter' the finality of everything Is freedom "Brothers and sisters, I come to
I 'mols, IIEItE: TOP.I .\Y wh re NAn ntui "pfrllnff apples and \i
; They hold! that none of us !say good-bye, I don't think God
looked utoadtly
I MsMemory leaning hla hands on It hand Jerked suddenly and
lout Nan
pf TER 1-YSTRH: hns S&HeiJiia I believeit loves this church, because none of
here and
from shell shock In Kranie \ At her tho knife Mllpped and cut her finger tire really free
Upon his return to London ho falls "ti It trite'' h naked."True" an ugly' gash bit.( now that I am older." you ever die I don't think you
to rcraetnlanN.tN I she 'Irli'd to meet hln. even. -
MARRAny.. stet to whom She found her handkerchief and ul'hinJhI love eafh other, because I nevermarry
ha became encnTail before. going but her on'n Ml. wound It round anyhow; she woull 1111pily on my ;\ of I don't think n i
away N"... broki n-he"rtcd, knit ro- "(s whnt trim' ?" oho risked lip-( not let Arnott look at it."It's and don't make me think, Sallie: ," any you.
turned home t'> en ro for her timeTnothorlcsH pnntly. "That the kalm Is deud. nothing" she ...i<"nothing.. pleaded Ellie, "and least of nil do you love' me because you have not \
la sllll
She
La toeieh with stepbrothers. or that tho war 'In over, or what? Please <>on't bother." of S. 2 W ltfie .... pnitl mv salary Your donations
I desire lecture on duty.
JOAN K.NPICOTT In London Ono hears ar) many rumors "If you mean peter" Arnott saM n arc moldy< fruit and wormy apples,
"
whoso husband hoe Just returned "You know what I mean, he nnw prrr ntty. "It's all tommy rot." Itotoe'cw1 "I'm not preaching and you knowit.
front and who think Ni nBhoulil int.ftmUdboTauIIL.bbMs and their flints shall know
to tho red. "IH. It true that you arc 'by jo
sudden
At her with suspicion.
forgot 1'ewr unit encouragethe Seflon I'm just trying to explain why '
Invo of going to marry that fellow "\\"ho Is ho supposed to be engaged them
r. JOHN AR nTT. Peter's friend I'vo heard It half a dozen times In to for heaven sake?" ho asked Ir- I can't get a kick out of these wild
and fellow ofllcep, with whom the the vlllnKO thin' morning I don believe rltr.bly. parties. "brethren, 1 am /going away to n t tbe

the latter I* spetnllnir of Arnr.lt a runt widowed period"In.tor at- It-but-I hail to coma and ask "I never wM" I meant \ tishouldn't I it" out after i'ouldn't he make a clean breast of better place1 I have been called to
''f o".O; Marraby estate. Nan, you all the eamn" "It's Ellie sat up anti pointed n slender of a penitentiary,
Tied In a panic. summer, and hate u little the situation-and why had he let 1 chaplain'
however In desperation over reports "It' true sold Nan. finger in direction. All trace of
a quite
of I'etera pending/ engagement Pho thruM one hand Into the It he chooses to get (. ? Surely furtis had l ap- me come away in this fashion ? my 'Where I go >'e cannot come, but I
to Arnott'H sinter' and threiits sav I shall be married frivolity hal !gone from her feajtures. I e
Of her fathom financial', emhiirranti* pocket of her bIg apron and drew anyway_nd ." enjujcd himself, during! Life was indeed complicated and i j p-o to prepare- place for you, and
anent ban ronnente'1 to marry out a diamond ring/ Ves," BOld Arnott "I t long, dreary days In the so- I, who had only tasted its sweetest I may the Lord have mercy on your

UARL.KV who huii 8BKTOM.told" her a that money he lende4 will "Thin came this morning Sho that Is quite ixmslble.DicSHcd of Lc-titia Evan Ellie hail pollen, was now conscious\ of a 'I "1'.1 Ike to make n prediction.': soul- Good-bje."-Exchange.
now turn over her father'* noire If I can You'll change views before
your
that Curtns. himself sharp sting which seemed also. hidden -
*
and on their wedding" day make her I thought you cared so 1
a gift of I'vtera obligations to him. Lester that oh. all probably looking about for n in its fairest flowers. I Christmas and thank your stars I -M-++++++++F++'++++ HI IIUJ "

NOW' GO ON WITH THK STORY sorry Ha sauntered I diversion and although I was Perhaps I would hear from Cur- : that you're here instead of In Birmingham COFFINS & CASKETS '

wrote to her father that r; the xxt.ijow and stood "" i watching Curtiss. and his t
she spoke "if men in general tiss. Tomorrow's mail) might bring :
NAN the garden. "I.yster has & f and a Full Line of
"I am going; to marry t.ctita Evans having their clandestine
Mr. Sefton." ahe wrote "To the war once to send him possibly been correct in her a letter urging me to return tad I 1 f

morrow he nnjs he will hand me all France." ha said suddenly for, right at that mo rn explanation: of his recent abera- love affair with you sitting si. Undertakers' Supplies t
j
the IOU'. he hue of yours; I hope He heard Nan catch her he might have been with Le- tlon. Until this did happen it would ] lently by in prideless humiliation. :

'you will be pleased .J Hut" they won't take \ Evans Thoughts of the free. he Impossible for me to return, for Il (To be continued) next week), AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE t
She Bat for a long time ntth the they'7" she naked "I I
don' they now had of fleeing each turning back would be a mut" ' pen In her hand staring down at the thought oh you t Always an hand. The..hot miles t i
'Mmes she hod written. (I lan will tttke him do you?" made mo most unhappy and mission that I would be satisfiedwith of Sallie's domestic problems} ? .t the lowest rl..... Special attention I
I
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Then she addressed! tho envelope /-not "*.nigf-e., h's'. '-' '1 had known that this situation the old conditions.. No, iI I Is it so generally known that she I REGISTERED to telfffraph EMBALMER'order: 't

end Dent the little mold with It to the a "Me'* noon got tired. of .. I exist when I hail! made my would stay on, even though I could, could have heard of it through al I I It
,pool Nun etld."l' DEWITT C. JONES
) .. to leave Curtiss for the not become a part of this gay letter? i
She watched tho girl scuttle down | .dn u:+ h', rind In r
". being.; He hail\ said that I crowd of Elbe's choosing. Althoughit : f STARKE. FLA.
the lane to the plllur'box with a feel 0: T du rr:/w' ",
ing of finality. sw i rt "(en'",' v-'ter"!fly m" have faith in hm when we required great courage I must NOTICE OF PIIIIICATIOV:

"Well hut's finished, anyhow" SJ>'M h h' 't they woul" ( : ,,,-,1 the problem and, yet be firm in my resolution.The 1 4-M-H-f+++++++++++++++-M
.he acid aloud. h'-' for a m"-th or "", rp1 -
I I have been too humiliating next morning I in the -- --
"What's nnlflhed. Nun?" ClAUdio nl"ht ho .enema 'In T/>n \ until i was
pttptment of the interior U. 8, Land .b4? + t+t94+t' 4 .b
demanded coming up behind her g't to write nt one nn" uictly| by and thus lend living room, reading one of the Office at (..nlnmUlliHoriiln, July 24, i
and squee-zlng' a sticky paw 'Into hor jJwIIj b>*. ".*n' bork-ho wrote, nce to this inexcusable new novels which Ellie had reeom. III.'II, Serial No. 02002, t i'

,hand ''I ...t nlKhil" I mended, when hostess made her Notice I U hereby pKcn. Hint Albert Mil- HARVEY. SNYIIEK
Nan looked down Into hug Interested its-he's a rum my Ire nf Iark". Hnriild, who, on October ; !
face. mnko him -' V c:: <.._ i "e Jealous suspicion battle11 appearance. 2?. 1D2R. mnile' hnmenlmd' entry No
.. .... 02002. for North half of Nnrthrnut qimrtrrnuthwmt Mortician. Starke I 1a.
"Something 1 used to call to- disi 'm. b- I .n" '.,o" t ,
had!
first which "Just wait until I How-
mv impulse you see !' cinnrter' of Northwest quarter nndNnrthwt
stance." Mho ollid. I "- ""-M I:--'i hi-t SO--C I :
the paired] and Wood she announced. "I'm qiinrtir of Northwest quarter.Stcllon + Member of Florida Funeral
to ero on party I
"Oh. he did not understand "And w 'h art to" I I"v 2, Tnwtmhlri' A nouth. Caner 23 ..,
why In It finished?" he asked after a .. .. "a" ,...'.. 'I'. .. ith /liwTi-l|( 1 Wood white Kllif going to murder him for feeding us Punt. Tallahassee M" moment. I a' .. date'l: with Donald, Clement thnt bootleg :Scotch';; which he was flea of intention to make lhreo.yenr proof,
Nan's mouth txvlnted. Into Ira to rutnhliHh clnlm to the Innd shove <|p.eril>-
crooked smile : / r ..' J, *.- all, I now argued, per- recommending so highly. Compared, ril, licfor Clerk Circuit Court lit SUrke.Horliln i .
t '- ..... .. the Oth day or ,
"Because 1'm going to be married" I : \ ; : I neuluil u little alt ntiau and with it poison would be a tonic to on September' 1924 PHONES
It: 1 Claimant names wltnrsmtA t
the Hiild. wps that I hnd wntited the system! The only reason I
She thought of the chest of thlnirshe / caa"Docsi'l "L :.:.- i..,' ... Strlcklnncl. or Sturke. Florida. Day 1 Night-E9-W
Marraby.' I times during the summer, to even made the effort to keep on I ..larnr 8 Aiintin. of !Starke.' Horida. -
had prepared for her wcddlnawith
rotor. I She had left thorn all Nan tried to deny It. I ) that I was not hope living was because. it faintly dawned Joe. Sesame Grim.I.rko.of Starke, Florida.F. Florida. With DeWitt C. Jonea

at Joan Endl<'OIt'. lint it took expensive? "1 Ordinary clothe from tho .shop' I'm bum : 7-30-1)1-8.27 1"1/1.1.., .i+a.t S J.t.F+t4.4+I t'-
why I vo only seen her tit I...-li tin. Was it possible, a enough hostess as it Is, i
would bo Rood enough In which( to ehe It to her I
laughed as rushed on life
if I hud allowed she concluded ensconcing, herself I
marry Ilarloy Serum' sha wondered : linger and held It out for his Inspection mv- I "
"She takes bit
why there should 1 bo such u differ a of get into a run of provincial on the divan and ndjuxting a few
nott an''t' thoughtfully I
ence. "l>oesll't It look expensive she ono of the bent when you that this sort of life, for a silk pillows. Get Your

Bolemn Claudia was staring up at her with n krd. "I didn't dare to wear It her. I She behaved like a I I while, was the very thing I "I'm sorry you drank it. It just) I II IIsn't Money Promptly [ 1
eyes while I cooked HO I put It In my her husband was killed-
"Are you going to marry Mr Lye. apron. '\'ellIlrrr.OU going to adored him too I'd like l ? l worth fooling with, is it ?" HAROLD. C. WALL
ter?"* he naked utter a moment congratulate me?" a bet that she. 'II never my last shred of rpHol. o with a ,sidelong glance at the ill ;

pos Nan-ly flushed tried to scarlet.hurt her If. he the had child pur liar blue eyes met Ms In hard de Nan Hut very still her ,' and the simple dinner effects had, had on Ellie I II Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies : '

could not have chosen u more cruel flanco.. clutpod lightly over the which< I hail put out on the |I| "Oh yes, it is, If it's just halfway

ly-worded qucHtlon. Arnott drew back with a long finger
"Why do you auk that" she wked. breath "I don't believe It," she gown-on its hanger! in the something more than n good floor !
"Why do you ask silly things like "No" he said bluntly. "I'm sorry In her heart "It'a just 'I| ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY ;
exchanged plajes. I had de and music to pep up a party.
that? for you-that a all 'doesn't want to hurt me. .
IIu shook his head "It'a only what "Sorry! Nan's voice was Indig\ The kitchen door opened. to follow\ llliie'R SUR"';"stl' .n, I;| "I didn't take any anti I'm glaJ

we thought about me and Jim and nant. 'How dare you eay such Mary thrust a scared face party was over. It was It.rl'lI' of it," I r<'pented.i -- -- --.- ,-- -
Hunter he said then "We thought thlnga?" Then suddenly she broke "Mr. Sefton. please. Miss \ in the morning and I at Ve- I!i, "I guess I know it! I said 'pepup I
It would be nice If you married Mr. down; she sat down on tho hard Arnott swore under hH '
.
kLyster." wooden chair behind her and leaned Nan rose hurriedly."In dressing table taken ii,.wn a party -you certainly aren'tkidding ATTENTION! To Poultry People 1

Ha "paused a moment then added her head on her hand. a "omant-oAk him > and, staring! -t iy ilf in yourself that you added of Bradford CountyWe

gravely! "We told him so too." "Y,,", :you're right to be sorry forma schoolroom-I'll be there I had not had the r'oo'.1 any merriment to the occasion are i

"You told him!" cried Nan In a rage. ," she said In a stilled voice "I mont don't mind She If turned I art to t...>. had E''pectt'dand.' being eve.- ,:i p you, darlin'? Honestly Sallic-Al- buy any amount of POULTRY and EGGS at top market 1
you
,"You naughty/ wicked, ( boy-how dare think I'm the moat unhappy woman I I searched around. for ley I don't want to be catty, I
.. "I was goinganywe price and assure remittance-What have r
you eay such things Then suddenly In all the world. you prompt you
swered. I had tried with all would have been a huge SlIc-1
her voice) changed and she lie took her band In his, and pattedIt you to offer? II'i re or write us for prices.
knelt down beside him putting" her with a vague attempt at comfort. Sho went Wfn hlc past: : f cess: at the Young Peoples'' Temperance I II 1

arms round him and hiding: her face "Why have you don Itr" he they passed t ftcn I- the : although/ in spite of their I Union" SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO.
scowled: h. .. that 1 N-a I ,.
against his little shoulder as If she asked. AM >i .v :
refused to drink the : Then thnt I hurt she
I hnd seeing was
alono."A'her. {I Jacksonville 20 E. 8th St. Florida
were ashamed. She gave a long algh. "Why? Oh, I '
"Tall what he ," li riy rrgv!! < ho highballs which Howard continued:
me said she bogged I don't know; lots of reasons-too (
almost In a whisper. "Oh what did many/ to tell you now lie's rich for ed. I mixed, surreptitiously. from a j "Don't be peeved with me, honey. '
he ,Claudle?" thing, and I love this Nan flaD,'d II, ne'an; her
say one his
monoy which he produced from You know you couldn't pull any
"He said;. Claudle Answered flluw.ly ring must have cost a mint of money Hsh d t'p :a place ot or-plv;' : I ', ;
I "that he would flak about It," Th'in-then ." It. All the while, there was pose that would keep me from bo- We can charge your 0 UDC
Nan began to laugh' ; she laughedtill Arnott broke In nngrlly. "1 don't "I took It nit to tnnieo 1 0'h; : I straining at my heart I jag your best buddy. I II YES

the tears came to her eyes and want to hear any moro excuses like explained, : something thnt even "Flut it wasn't a pose. this time. '
i I 01 lllUiSmith's
,
"You've rtret M do .. ::
ft
,
ran down her checks nut: toll mo the real one. >.1 my tongue and, kept me Ellie and I'm sorry if I ruined the STORAGE BATTERY In
that When : ,
What a comic tragedy It nil was "There Isn't a real one--at yna'rs my ;: I I j
Non was' busy In the kitchen the leant ." not allow It. contributing anything to the i j party"
following morning when, John Arnott I Nan raised. her eyes, "I don't see "1'm not y",r wife vol" \ conversation They askl'lj| "It is querr but when a bunchof

,opened the door and wnlked In. why you need get so upoet about It." She fulVwed fib a Inlo: t'' n tll-t but when I looked : people are 'partjing' together Star ke
"Claudle room-ih"ro writ! II MO Vh'
told mo I might; he exclaimed. she said "Mine: lent the only en-
In answer to Nan's exclamatlon guRument flying about the village.I roses on the KQ.B--- h.) '. : at their excited eyes and they rather resent n person not Garage
of surprise. "The front heard or another one ycAterd.iy/ to them, and .......okD4\J.y! bu faces nil I could" think of, 1 'partying'! with th .n. Ii' ton biul, Fla. '1

door was opeo." ,, a much more Interesting one., too," Ins ULt a .'<... I'm vrr !* life of me, was the line from I know that n person hasn't the t

lie walked straight up to tho table She drew her hand from his; she iTo. Uo f'orti-:1): ) -"O God that men should l lI privilege of doing as they choose

0- ... ... .. ... ......
..
-- -- n enemy in their mouths to about drinking on n gay party but <: --- -- --n

HAMPTON tor of the first. Baptist church of I I.nuie, are in ,' I away their brains!" Hut luck- it's just one of the puzzling frailties -

Hampton, will fill his regular appointment few days visit. me I lid not say it! of human nature. Then t >o, I I REDUCED RATES

Mrs David, Jones and, :III'". T, here next Sunday. :Mr- and :Mrs. Curl I had come over me? vas thinking of your stupi 1 even

r IJroxxn hail its their !guests this Mrs It. Johns has recently been children' of Luke Butler \ (>1'0 wits the laughing care ing. It just can't be done you In.r'E HITS LiNES

\isitmi her r..Jatlvl'11'.1111.1: :,l rim. ; had romped and know it's like making and
week, :Mr, Woodward), Mr. and ative1 here one tiny last 'I :Sallie'; that ; mercury FAVK STAHKK Twlt K 11,111.1'1 MOlimNII: !'oU"TII
mind S. I K. Johns, of Stiuko. with Flue on these same nand! Cllnlr"nllll-thh. going to a
Puliiie of VITO Itoberson
Mrs O. L Judge. \V. M.
II. J (C'ribb of C'lc'iirwnter, is parties before I was mar mzz party and sticking,: strictly to To JACKSONVILLE S1.30
of Palm Ilc'nch.Lnt .
:Mrs Durant
Edwin of Nahunta Ga. :
Sunda.x at the Methodist \iitinir friends fund relatives hero Had Curtiss. made me over prohibition." GAINESVILLE .70

.church, Pr A.V.. Cronkedelivere! ,I Ito thii wee-k. ,I sit Hall and daughter; :Miss : : { for himself that it "That's just what I think about I OCALA $1.70

audience interesting :Mr. A.j. Sullivan anti family, T. V Williams IIn.1j": ) : '"".. ? for me to be con- it, and as long as I cnn't enter into I TAMPA $4.95
a large an I
nnd 1)V, :Mooic and family of Thomas were visitors with these gay young pleas n 'fri k' like 1 used. to, there's nouse I
"Ilol 1
address lli> *ubjc-i t wiia to Tickets and Information at CORPEMM1; DREG(j STORE
The'rc" wereiitorn here. last him ; and the I
Fat, Ameruanti.: lle pictured 1 amiexplained Shores :Saturday evenmir.Mr. ? Oh I loved so! I In uoinlnlonll': ruining

\'beautifully how the Sunday.Mrs. I mud, :Mrs. II. H! 1i,1, now that nowhere on ; party: ..,---.-.-.-- .. .... ... -- .., .. .... --'.'
: lIat ti.. John has returned "I'm not a
W C T. tr, and l the unti-anlloon but in his arms lay peace advising you to lap up
league had 'helped 1 condition ill our to her home here after a Visit. with children of Lake Butler, ,'",. and protection. I ;, lot of fire water-especially the '

land and count, how those unionsvere her father 11. J Cribbi, of Clearwater. itors here one eluy last the reason I thought of pro. way votir little girl friend feel thismorning

.' ridi< but 1 would like to know
e was "enll- on our -
luppoittd. bj the; prayerful, J. R. DAVIS & CO.
nnxiou-- people "f 0..1.h.i ", by Pi- in a taxi i. Howard Wood hll.1 l where our Sallies gone who used to

SAMPSON CITY in his Inebriated condition, to he the 'life of the party.' You certainly -
for high
vine help, are striving n : POINTED
standard of. Christian. living and I, \', I hud repulsed him. but have !gone from one extremeto :

;Morality I :Mr. nnd )Irs Cray June of \\'aldo a tromious effort. Ellie the: other. What's the matter INSURANCE

Miiin Hilila Purden has returned pent Sunday here K ests of ty Clements hail gone on with doing things in moderation ?" I

to her hone here after a visit with :Mr. and, lrM. :M. Varne1 O. II. U Wernick"Pr..iJt' .' cnlmrct after I hnd ask- "It can't he clone, Ellic. There'sno I

her aunt. Mrs' :M. \\'uinwritht,1 I ::111-". Jnio Hall and daughter Piiw Institute of America" be taken' home, pleading that such thing as. moderation in AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

of Hawthorne Visa. M'linn-, and !errand-daughter: tired. character\ building. You see I nev

Lnt. Sunday evening, Elder: J" I, Mabel Thomas, returned to their Careful working of a that I could never again. be 1"1' thought much about .such thing STARKE FLA.

P. Haner. pastor of the First homes here Saturday, after a elc- forest: for turpentine will "--lmky person that I I I met Curtiss. I just took it I
bc-f, I hml the in- for granted that there were only
Christian church, preached to nI visit Nil rest its growth. It will (' >re felt
'l huntit. its of Cnrtiss. Even: the two I'atl'torle-'ounll people and,
I largo and interested nudiene-e.. Ho : more gum in I con !
anti while) than in Its first year of of thin crowd seemed to old! pl'ol'It-the young did all the
preached on "Manifestation of the Judge \V M. 1 IJoberson, n ._., ________._ ..
Spirit" Hi Uliistr.itHiM were away, they nlo! \iite relatives and then: do it for another another plane of existence: gay, alluring things that were:

pictured and the WilY in "'U"I''S.. lirunswiek anti Folk- years moreThen it will .' one :ambition in life was tempting and the oM! fogies: .-thev BATTERY
i beautifully class lumber / CHARGING !
stumpage:
of salvation mudc plain to everyone ,ton. 't'heywere accompanied .. the pursuit >'f pleas were nil over' thirty-just existed

I homo by Jutltre, Kolwrst And sun, Ordinary working! of Oh if I had, only remained for the sole purpose of making' life OCIO- IOC3O OCIO .ono

Mr.precnt.and Mrs. .\. (1. Pvul and Tdwin: who returned to their homeSunday the forest most for trum turpentine the first will).t: Curtiis". Perhaps, after all unpleasant as possible" for theyounger Guaranteed

aughter, Mistu Thelnm and I l'or.tof make second-class\ lumber \ might bp( sonic explanation of generation. Hours

Jacksonville, are visiting :Mrs Jean KoHiinnol: of .ksiinxilli-, age out of it in five year! \' for surely 1 reasoned I paused n moment until Fllie'alaughter 8 Service and

-.Jyai'a mother and sister, Mrs- \Vi- is heroUiting his aunt Mrs.: Della Give one young man with his high: code of mo- : had subsided
"Hut 1 continued. "Now I Service
he had instilled into now
Icy Jones and :\lrH. B. Y. Saxon respectively Thomas. sand dollars and he will b SalisfaclionStern's
John :McKinney and daughter, in five years Give fibre of my inll-eout.: have more serious ideals about living

Kirkland and family who ("I. I.. of Craham were visitors came amount and he will .... be guilty of an affair and I don't seem to have the

have Wm.been visiting !M" Kirkland'a here Saturday. In twenty years.It j ... woman. Then, too same Idea of freedom" GarageAgents

E. J King. have re- Dr. W.O):. Mid.lleton of SUirke:, Is all in the way you that sometimes: things look "You mean you're afraid of displeasing I!
;Mrs.:
\urneil.sister to their home in Tampa. was a visitor here ;Monday. your money or your pine 1| than they really are-and ) Curtiss." : EXIDE. Batteries Phone 87

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1026 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Florida- Department Of Game Washington Speaks A aim I I I TATTIIKN! : : IS UK(KltKF.ltAFTF.K .VKIM: :! ; ]IN I
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I News From HfTI.KK SHOOTING) FLORIDA l

And Fish Eniiini First Year ] J
: 1 L State Capital IcKtnnnn\, of :Negro, Talking I'n- '

(h'r10'11' :.,<1 I'll rcaI4. at I're- I
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J Commissioner J. u, Kojull Makes REMEMBERI've : : Imun.iry Ili-nring: lie-Milts .

Addresa to Taylor I .1 13.11.,WM,,.in Park \Vyo., July :71. in Kcleiise I
If Tliiit.i "f iniluMn.ill.uerv' ,
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('it il..1111 just been reading the "Booster CiAiini'i; ..lohnV.. Martin is on H
I| '' GaincMillc.; l+'hl., July 30.-The "'10."I"\ h so into\ h li.i- been writ
Edition" and all through itslaA'l'S ln' any' Ilium" from the annual oon- (
testimony, of nn old negro, tolll:, 'on and( .mil, hits not' 1 h. ,11 ,iltuether > nr,
Icieiuiof' held] in Choy-
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2\I.-In\ address memories glisten governor
July the
Athena an
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] ing/ facts in the face of. threats i I K:" t.hIn\ "I'.\ ui tb'I" ( RI))- 1
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delivered at a public celebration ofTa'lor Of good old fnshined "Bradford jn
all' lout the ,
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which he alleges had been mitdt- "I'> iMlu-ttv -o
county citizens, J. B. Iloyall I tvaye'r nil--,w! of \I'lorida'g fight to ret -
y ; l] lh'llIlll'' tend fear.Winter .
'Y.4e against him was the feature of the
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state games and fish commissioner, And ne'er forgotten happy days! ,mn\i t tin'l federal, inhrritancc tux. 11" s
l.i\\, \\ huh i is, now working such aihtnmination ;preliminary hearing yesterday of
outlined the duties and of Somehow I want to talk some more
purpose ,,
f.' G. \\ Cnuthon, prominent Lacrossefa'nier HaenSe.il" ,",nl \ip.
his department, which is just com- 'I!' Of along about eighteen ninety- nfi-renco, URainct that I state.Tin thivei1.r which resulted in his re-1 I I Sine Railway t occupied
its first of existence, four.So .
1letinl& year ''anal near this,
lease in connection with the fatal.1'. city.
the law creating it having been many familiar names I see!' -, tluiinir which the pvo majnr tureen-I I L"hurlr-Wnh'I'I11e.H1 s
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I nhooting of ]F. P. Butler] .It'l'' "'' r
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liuiiliciiKHed, the P9!:' atti
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the Icgittl.iturc HI:!:>. remember 'pi|"
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passed / sure you'll some I tine operator< of that scrtion..1uly, from this ,section totalid 1.:1'': '" .ii-.
1 f In a discussion of the depaitment's the good old times that u-ol t inlnurtato'! executi\e" covered 1 1I 1 18. I I IH duds, valued at $T50iiil:\ { ) \'
f work, Mr. l Royall said that, to be I thpiohliMiii]" of stale rights, mid I' Dado City Ground hi .
of \ n) lliei-! 'nty !uh e. presided .I.n, i I''I'' I"
briefly, its duty wall the cunseI'va- Back there in the old home town of I II.> pn--.il.iluie reducing slim to '. .
q( 1 1 ,tiiliiiui1The federal inhorit.uii i1 lit the h"III'inwl"dl/! wjisj'\ : .I1lrul'li..tI..f n.Vv, i 'immmiilv, ,, li ,.
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Hun and building up of the nativeuilJ Starkc, .. ., ,, xpi held. in the ,. roof the t cl.
ct'lobniU'd' (in i r lul" 1 II, I I. "u '" I '' law which, if allowed to iiiurt on secmill -
life uf the sluts, which didn't Some, I see, have made their mark Ot.>corElt"h,,," 1 I u. I I 11\I ,, I I ,," P\ e tux l flu er of I hi' cniirl, hml.... Although tin; 'i'ii' ("i"\e Spun $1.1'1,0"i I ( )') \ ,
j mean merely proU-ctmg the fish And, some I see!-Remember! ph'wn add.e"l"o" 'r. ...I?,,,, I , I"" .I..I.Usl'd iiiiiliiuu'' \\ ill force Flonda, Alaliiiin.i I the room is !now undergoing! :ih.indft: bridge to be fii 11 I t. il.I .1'i, ,rus ;: "'
t ell \VlrlSEABOARD, and Nevada: to put ail inhcritni -
.l and tfainc and working for their How the blackberries grew in the I _- ___ .-____- ___ __ nlteratiiins.. ,seats were, provided' for ,-t. Julius/ I Kher.Canal ,
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its books pennl-
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increase so that sportsmen limy old] ] fence jams; the i nvds. from the little 1 I Alaclui.i I'oirl) WoiU.ni.,1.. ( ,, ( unnnsttvetjon "
have better hunting and fishing. Fingers stained blue and faces tanned GETTING 1'cd; ,l In'a\'ily, WIIB the subject of 011111I..wn who nttended.Charlie ( (.( of lnhornlor\ ut '.
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Whill' this is included, the work is l; Main, di'l'iitc( in tho conference af I ;, Mean was the old darky t esting, station of United Std, ". IVinrliniMii -
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much broader. It also includes die I Feet all scratched but smile in ice, it hail born brought. up) by tioverimr : ; "i"
: a who although in t the employ! of I p, nf ..Vgricultuic.Full .
protection (If all furbcaring nni.miiN your eye BIDS FOR STATIONS )TuimlMill Mai.tin,of mind Connecticut.Oovernor JohnII Tho Duller, nt the lime he was ,shot. by I.t I. l'h'I"'L'r.OIl.1I1I1I/ ( limn, ,! I issiio i '

fish and birds, except those When ;you thought/ of the joyyou -- ---- 'nut hen. gave: the story ilK he lui.iM'eii ':0 In' voted I on, fur deep\ w'at'tin, .
t that are expressly mentioned! in the would know by and by I IWith (01,1) I Sense of the meeting) seemed to beI it uas II frankness "sellout!. :j )let nt Knit I'krrce.DunedinDunedin.
Work! Will involve Expenditure) of I conference that if ,
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laws as not proteetcsl.Friend4 !. the taste of the big, juicy!. ,, I' / displaced, on a witness ..tlll1'I. I \ Sufi-l\ liar. 6'6'i '
t' $I.OIIO.OIHIliol111) : Not jroNC'iiinicnt I is, to have such a tax, 1 11,
of Farmers blackberry pil.-RIlI'mb'r! I ; (.'hn 1'1 io wasn't free, tad easy with Imr" rill-off roiiil )being' paved.i.F"rt
He mentioned the birds, that are The far-stretching green of the Included The ark sprung n leakhen the it should be uniform." .\< it now his testimony, but when he was MyersVoik I ,started, onnew
I i storm was t the wor-a., :HtnmU., the law gives back to .1 15;;
An aid to agriculture through their strawberry fields; I asked] a question by l'ithl'l'V.. S. building of ll.irle.v" 1.1'\ rill
destruction of worms and, insects The thousands of crates they usedto I Bids arc being received by the The :Monkey, observing the! accident stated SO; \ percent" of t the tar ('01-, I:ronnn' and I F.vans: llaile, the .defense Company.'

q among whichwere the meadowlark yield. ; Seaboard Air Line railway for COil first, lectedhile( FIII'i.la.lall<\1I111 and attorneys, J. C. Adliins, Tarpon :prin/t8-.IIUn; / :!;; ( bond f is.mio .
] and said that the farmer who The corn fields glistening far and struction of stations along the I I ]Inserted his tail through the breakin Nevada( ,], rocciAe nothing! in return ,' state's, attorney, or Judge' Mires, h"i iansucrcd to ln. voted ,,n, for o.nit. ruction
( 01'1'1101'lllrtll1: told tho confer-
shot a lark shot one of his best near, I route of the road into Miami. It] the wood ; slniinht and,) .tlld to his friends. The meadow ]lark wni With a wide-spreading plum tree is estimated tho work will involve Averting/ the danger us long as he Slice that bin. Htiite. has attacKe.lthe till,.. I''rnsiprnof-Stites' Rood, No.: *,
i! mentioned as one of sixtyix bird here and there; I I nn expenditure of 1000000. could.\ ]l.iw in the I'mted Slnten upiTine 1 Although/ Cauthen .did, not taethe In lie iinproM'il.' "h
But. cold\ the and cold court 1I1I.11''I'A( to" )have It ;i I
I that are listl'lla8 destroyers of the The old dead trees among the sweet': Contract for the works to be was water 1 witness stand), t the case was KaniMotuI.M,000) cold Htorniro It'
:. Iroll-weevil. Some> of these sixtIIix ;{- potato vines 1 ; I let soon. was the blast; I lrllft,1, ,| unconstitutional i iI i iI seen to be clearly one of self defense. I warehouse, to ho limit here,, t d
birds war on this pest at one The little pine sapplings we kids I The Miami[ passenger, station, to The Monkey was forced to give The last day of the (',mf"I."It"l'l l| Taiiipn New junior-srnior high

season, some nt another. The larkis used to{ climb.-Remember? be on West Flagler] street near over at last, 'I was signalized i! most active in the winter and The old school] days at "Bradford Douglas road, is not included in Withdrawing, / the tail, which, young 'lit the frontier days show, theI was told( almimt. exactly the same section, of dly.Tllml'II'ulltra.t.
arly spring .months, feeding regularly County High";; the program. The Miami freight I Monkeys are told, I greatest/, wild west exhibition in the I lot at $73SOOi

on the boll-weevil, crickets, Miss "Ellen Davis" with murder in terminal, to be built on :0..:. W. I Because of his gallantry always is United States [Dean, llutl.-r and .' V Viln fur paving streets. in ht'l-Mar: sub-
grasshoppers cut worms, and beet her eye; Seventh avenue between Eighteenth cold | Following the third day' party \ere In the woods, together working division.Ylior .
les. An examination of the stom- The Sunday school picnics at and Nineteenth streets, is one of The Dog to the peril sublimely of governor and their wives and. turpentine trees. The two Cautliens City-$2r:! >n.OOO' theater to

achs of 1514 meadow larks by the Kingsley Lake; the projects. arose. friends were guests! of GovernorNellie father and son, rode. up on )be built mi 17th street
" U S. biological survey disclosed The well-filled baskets we used to Others include passenger and Defending the breach with a resolute I Taylor Ross of Wyoming/ on horseback. The elder, Cnuthen then' I Tampa-Ground'] broken, for new
that three fourths of food take. Lake Worth nose, {, n trip through her state The Salt school, house
their freight stations at called) for Charlieand asked him on Magnolia avenue,
, consisted of injurious inserts! the How the lake used to seem to be passenger and freight stations at Till even too frigid to bark at a cat Creek and Ten Pot Oil Dome field for a sum of money! which he owjd I to cost, $!IINOO.! )
remaining fourth of seed. the I, combination star He sank with a frostbitten muzzle; were visited, ,] the first day on the Fort
and Myvri New
( on sky; Hollywood I him. Charlie answered, that ]he road] from
" Other Insert Destroyers' How the sight thrilled our h'arts,1 tions at Boynton, Delray, Deerfield, and thatIs .I three succeeding, / days the patty hud fixed, it with Butler to settle Fort :Myer to Hay Shore, to be sur.
t Mr. Royall mentioned the killingin and gladdened our eyes.-Remember Pompano, Hialeah and Homestead. why, as all friends of the Dog visited the Yellowstone. National the( ,1Iot.lutl.'I'\ was (hen calledand faced." ,

. j Atlanta of 416 purple martins by ? Work on laying the rails on the understand Park. The motor tour ended Sunday Cauthen asked him for the Olympia-Contract ]let, for wld-

.! two policemen with pump guns be. Tho old-fashioned well in the sandy line was started two weeks ago His nose is so cold on the back of ntVe t Yellowstone, And money, lie saying/ he could not pay filing Kixie Iliirliu-ay/ from Olyni.
i cause residents !sell, the chatter nf lane; with motor equipment. A switch I I your hand from there, Governor and Mrs.: Martin it. Cauthen then told bun that )he pin| i to north line of Martin county

1 S martins on their annual pilgrim.age The clear cold water from its depth connection was made with the I I Then arose Mrs. Noah with cries of and the party of :New. EnIC1I1n.l.I would' have to take the negro with Mount Morn- :$100,000) ) ) bonds |s.

:, to this vicinity annoyed the that came; Florida East Coast railway's Hialeah i alarm. I Governors; started, home by way of him and, \Butler took his single barrel sued, fur improving/ city water sys.
I householders Ho quotes scientists In the old<1 iron pot with the rusty loop and a working locomotiveis ; :She: plugged/ up the hole with a lily. Salt: I.nko City and, Omaha, Nehriinku breech binder shotgun! and, fired tl'lll.

\ as saying that without birds agriculture rim I expected to he switched onto the i white arm; in both of whiih cities< ('iilertniniticnti \- ,, once nt ('million. Caiitben, .dropped I Mount: Dora Addition being

. would perish from the That hung from the weather beaten new track. i But cold, grew the brine as a Logical !* were given the ('Xl'i i i1I from his. horse, and fired four shots "built to Lakeside., ;" ]Inn.

earth. creaky beam. I Enough rails. to complete the Miami i I Fact, I eutlves in quick snccensiini. Butler\ dropped :St.; Augustine/ -Woik, started on
1 lIe said a movement was on foot I've seen that old well in many a end of the road'] already have Obliging the skipper's good mate toretract )Kx-CSoxi-rnor; ; n'-I.i.t",1 Cary A. H.irdee, of I! behind a stump, trying to reload iiinsiriii" "lion of now' :Mantanzas
: in Lakeland to kill the martins Stream. arrived and, practically all of the Live Oak was ,secretary his gun. Me found that I the river lu-idirc.,, /:
) there but that he was taking it upi Remember the cotton fields.! yeHow I grading h.twl''niaml: and West A limb so enduringly,] frigid that to the. conference." The new executixo ', shell was stuck, and ciimo from I TainpnConstruction commenced

i with the authorities as they could and white; Palm Beach has been completed. still committee uliiili maps nut' hind! the stump, rushing at I""j ,) on Florida avenue bridge over _....
r l driven Tho of the road] Tho feminine elbow is pointedly, the program' for next ;year and.) con'Irons stock. HillHlioro rfvor. / ..
>e away by burning smudge. fodder-pulling< days at "Silas I' Work on the section then to hit him with the
l The bob-white also came in for consideration Kites"; that will extend from Miami chill. | the party conference will be ) ('ulltl..n met, closed in upon him ( :iainesvillc" -$:UOi)0()() ) new Hotel 1 1Kclley ri
along with the destruction The chicken and rice in the old] through and around Coral] Gables Now came Captain Noah; 'twas composed, of Governor ra..Un,1I to prevent the blow, and! struck him! i under construction! here. '

of their eggs by rats, skunks, wash< pot; I to Florida City has not been started time that he came. I I CIoM'rnor !Ross, Governor, John on the head. with his I'i"tuHull'r\ I'ulnlettuTatniami" I trail be.
II : coons and opossums, which equals The butter milk biscuits-pipin hot. and no time for its beginninghas For big was the npeture, wide was llnmniill\ nf Iowa, Governor, Ralph fell dead<1 i tweet Palmetto and Tampn opened
: 75 per cent of the eggs laid by the The sweet "tater" custards piled'' been set. The road through the same, I, O. ISrcwster of :Maine, and( Governor J, W. Wilson, another wildest,, SariiMiitn-$'1,000,000) ) Ritz 1 Carl

quail The mourning dove was named in a stack; Coral] Gables will be electrified and And bigger and broader, and. widerit Adam, MoMullen: of Nebraska told a different tale, however. Ho ton Hotel being/ erected here,

as a destroyer of weeds, and the The deep, juicy peach pie that made a ]loop for the movement of freight grew, I said that when Cauthen arrived on ItainoH C ly-l'lIn-\In'rl'an Oil
bull-bat or nighthawk as a con.sumer you smack.-Remember? will be constructed. And] Noah sat down where the wa.tcr Hollywood-$230,000 Circle Arcade the scene, the argument as to the Company' to open four service sta

of insects. Other birds men- The long shiny benches on each surged/ through./ : building under constructionhere. I money ensued', und! two I'i..toillhot' tinny here.Waarhul0'ity, .

tioned as beneficial to agriculturewere side of the table; I Sebring-:New. Baptist junior college Ho sat while his cattle ship wallowed I were fired, apparently. by the water supply! ;
the brown thrasher, Woodpeckers The boys and girls who used! to eat'I' to he erected here at cost of l and luffed [.Iatka-Atlantic, Coast Line younger Cauthen. He ,said that although system to bo Improved.
and,] nuthatches with Where gamboled Railroad Company to spend, $100,. \ fired after Vintr Haven I $I 2.> )() .
a diet as long as they were able; i $1)!>0.000. I porpoises or grampusses he IwH've'lutil'r] ( .0110 commiinity
that 'is 73; per cent insect Tho sweet moonlight nights, when j Orange Park-$75,000: bond is-1 i puffed. (Ono improving yards. the two shots, ]he win not 1'....- hospital, | proposed for thii
I.oss By InsectsMr. the dancing would begin; sue voted, for street paving in this He sot through the temptest when Hurtow-JIill brothers to erect ]I'hive t that he did not fire first. Ho City

: Royall said the federal] government The strains of the fiddle, played] by city. j billows ran high $7.1,000 grapefruit cannery here., I I said:' that. tho elder Cuulhen then Fort Mi-ado--New creamery tgi
estimated the annual loss old "Jack Wynn." I Groveland] -Contract ]let at $12- And navies of i icebergs rode glittering Lake Wales-$27S,000 bond 'd,Iropped, from his horse and openedfires ] open lien

. in the United States due to insects To do a bit of ,dancing was the most GO!) for new pa'klnhouse/ for ,] / by. sued for city improvement. 1"-1 Butler ran, hu said/ followed! 'l"lIml'n-l'ollll"II't: to bi awarded
, amounts to not ]less than $200,000- we knew of 'sin.I Gro\elnnd] Citrus Growers ;, Through all of the cruise ho enduringly !eI.nn.l'ontrlll.t let at $52,0ifor :; :Ioy! the CautheiiB: who fired nt him. fur draining' 13,000: acres land! i in,

000 which he believed could be know you all remember! West Palm] Beach-$800,000 bond snt, construction of new city hall. lie' fell, but rose to run ug";in." peninsular district lit cost of $2,.
greatly reduced! If birds were The cool] shadowy woods of Alligator issue to be voted on, for erectionof Until the Ark grounded,) on Mount Flnjrlcr/ nl'IIl'h-Worl started, on I mil the !procedure> was repealed, ,] 11(10,1100.( f

abundant everywhere. I creek ; 10 new school buildings, I A rUl'ut new FlatfliT Bench bank. ,tUM'i'iil times" he ,staled., Tampn--I'mvhntati, avenue to bq

"These facts should, make men The horse we used to drive, !swift Live Oak-Bids, solicited for Ho sat in the wet-so you needn't :Mrs. Iluttie IInwi'll, wife nf Tuck widened/" "
inquire ns to the habits of a bird | and] sleek; hal'l.surfacintntl'/ :; road, N'o. 1, inquire backs to thc fire Howell, near whose place, the" shooing Ar'ndin--i.nrge crop irrnpe+ bo.

before they declare] him an ( The sweet pink blush on your sweet I from Lake City to Live Oak. Why Men always stand with their Arthur Guiterman- I Iu occurred, upheld the testimony tog harvested, this summer." "
he said. 'n'I11).1 heart's cheek.-Remember? -. ---- -___ I if Wilson.!) She miid that she heard) Sarnsota-Bids opened" for con.
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"I am greatly interested in what i The newly] painted buggy/ wheels, I I tho first two tthntrt. while" writing' '' ilrui, I 'inn uf f 'prey ,'hoo\\.

has been done in three of the mot shiny red]; letter in one of the rooms in her biirnsotn Work started on con.
western counties of the tate, Ok a- I Turning slowly through the sand, I home. She ran to the window and' ". "nnli.iri I i of. new" bridge, nnnnetlnj,

]moan, Santa Rosa and Walton, in and what you said-Remember ? hoard one more. shot. Sh- iud that, Km-, Island, and' Sie-ln' I Kewith,

the establishment of permanent The cool snappy breeze of the cane OJ ME NERE ( AM SNEAKINUP I she could then ,see one man runnimr nUll 1111111" .
breeding grounds. This is a step in grinding nights; | TN' STAIRS, AN' -or WIFE II while two men ran behind him ,'...'tn -$1,000,000 to be spent foprnilroiKl

advance of what has been done in How the moon used to shine, so'' LEFT TR/S/ tIORNW6 OM A I I and shot. eta,'li I time! he rose. repair shops, ,by Atlantic
any of the other counties. It is not high and bright; I vln ATiON I I s ? Mrs.! F. It. [liutler, wife of the .dcccosed Const T.I nl1.
hard to understand that the genie Sometimes a passing cloud hid u.i ,, I ', testified. that n.V.. Can- Orlando0.000:; ( ) ndditi.it, ; lining
that breed in this permanent reservation from her sight--Remember ? i then had, called at her home two 'built. to Orlando, Utililus I oinpnnypower ,

thus established must, in So when I see many a familiar ; nights before tho shooting, asking plant.l'Innt
time overrun the entire area of name, rr j a L 1 I Ii fur the, money which the negro (.ity-Strnwherr\1"0, "''r.
these three counties." In the old home paper, I can't retrain 1 owed' him, refusing to accept $20 rc'ci-lvfd, $Hl.000:! | fur then, rrnp4' ,
-- I I ns part payment and. saying "your this eaion..

ZIFF From saying hello! to you folks ,: I life won't be worth anything to Ptnxacoln$2.000.Onu ,.!knit: -,fNewptirt
again. I I vim' nor Harris neither" Company re-npom in re.

Services were held here Sunday \nI-1 always will Remember! lir., Jes< .e A. nuncio, physician modeled building.'
testified that Butler New Port t:1: <'ht'y.- ::1111111.000 .iB! -
at Dedan by the pastor, Rev. C. MARY ARMSTRONG:. McGILL.Col. nt Alnchiin,
A. Crosby. 't1 bad been, shot twice in the chest, munity hold to he built hfro.
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MrsJ.. B. Thomas spent the P. O. Knight, of Tampa, declares .innin ,
'the left' i-lbnw. All shots had en. '" art that he did nut believe the
\ook-end in Gainesville with her ] Florida is better off this
,fend, I .Mini t the front he "aid !Ili! MI|<'rue", niriiin-it Cauthen siifriffltnri
Delntho Starlin "'. Y
daughter, Mrs. 1. than last business
year during
; -il-n ti -tif.id, as tn, the wniiiid t.n (t. inure the grand juiy, t Indict<
Mr. Pervis Lewis, who has spent May, this year, having increase I ,, L :fhtler'bend., HIM.,, .Iiidtre: IIierthen ilNvhnri', I

the past few days here with homo 40 per cent over last year Highway T [-'"iI"wing ,the tiHlmtunv' : .\ U'''''- Iris and,( irilered, the hnndj nl'elRemedy !\.
folks, returned to Jacksonville Sat- building la paying workers ,, AdLinrim- and stated, I.. th.? e.I..]
urday. $70,000 daily In wages, and it will i, r.:: = :j.. n"\.- ... .
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Mr. and Mrs. Dclatha] Starling, take some eight months to complete I LI I ILL 'wl .
and little daughter of Gainesville! present contracts. Sawmill throughout I I -

visiting relatives here Sat. the state are operating at Capacity I[ :

urday. and building< tradesmen gen. I'

Mrs Bill Hines ana son, uonald, crally are fully employed. Rail. |j i iI A for PilesAsk

of Largo, are here on a visit with I road construction is employing I II i
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S- L. I thousands Col. Knight said that Y I 0Y /

Prescott.Mr. if Florida had been experiencing 111: O I I ..1. your Druggist (wnom you know) what

and Mrs II. H. Howard and depression the past few months -- he knows about PAZO OINTMENT as !a
children and Miss Ora Belle Kelly, !, the bottom of the hill has! beenreached
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spent Sunday afternoon at Hampton \ and the state is again on _c a//\ Remedy for Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding *

Beach. the upgrade. I, uAaIY.- Piles. COc.'lJ. .
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SUBSCRIBE FOR TIlE TELE. Tarpon Springs-Anclote] road I .

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-- ";. ;? CHURCH SERVICES'' PECANS: AND= ORNAMENTALS: 'discussions Friday afternoon will I i will center on bulbs and bulb 1"1'0-1 authorities ;In charge of arrange.- i,

B-1. FEATURE: ONE: SECTION:. OF I have good attendance. I duction, one of the new agri menU for Farmers' Week are making !
FARMERS': WEEK PROGRAM :Monday nfternoon's program of ral enterprises in the state whichis
plans for an attendance of over
, QA1+d1r ? BAPTIST this section will be devoted to figs I developing on a major scale
Gaill/'at'ille, Flo.-Thursday, Autf I and berries, including: strawberries, I The pecan program Thursday 1,000 farmers and :farm women

Sunday!: : ,school, 10 A :M. mist 12 will he pecan day on the pecans -' blueberries, blackberries, dewberries covers practically\ every problem of during the week, August 9-14.

" Morning: worship 11 A.P1. Theme small fruits and ornamental. and rnlpl'err> interest to this industry, and it Is ----

.IIIfHH" 29 "In Christ Jesus" (section of the program for Farm Grape production and problems expected that a large number of Winter Park.-A total of 51

{ I II.) Y. 1'. L'., 7 P.M.: i ers' and, Fruit Growers' Week at will take up the entire program : pecan growers will be in attend scholarships! won by seniors,

I Evening worship" 8 PM, Theme, the college of agriculture, August Tuesday. Establishing a vineyard, ance.Japanese. juniors and sophomores attendingRollins
p\im COMPI.IMENriNG ): ( Whitln>dd. r amp., Tharpe, Strum,
I 1 : ( HE'EST: KltlDK I I' < "I'cmemlier): the Sabbath Day andKeep 0.11.! The program Friday afternoon I propagation, pruning, harvesting, persimmons, pears and College in the past year,

_.- SaltersII. : [ : : It \Holy." will be given over to a number and marketing diseases and insects lawn grasses will feature the program according to Registrar Einilo B- I

:Mrs. (I'. L. Waller entertained I )Itnines, Kli/.iibc-th: Conradi, ;Mary i i)1I1'1I01lIST of discussions, of ornaml'ntnl".1 and a study of varieties will be Friday morning, and the ornamental Case in his general report, announa

MrV. P. Randall of Starke, with 1111,101.lild.,1: Came, :Mary Prln- : CliL'RUiiEnnlh I There is considerable, interest inornamental discussed by u number of growers j ] plants will be discussed ing the opening. of the forty-seconj

nn i>"II\''I\III theatre party Thursday gle, Juanitu Andritk( :Margaret i work in the state just I and specialists. Friday afternoon. year of the college on September
matinee :Marvin Rooks, Pastor now nnd it is expected, that the Wednesday morning
afternoon. After the :Moor Jennie :Mel ntosh, Lou Rdgcrton program! Agricultural] extension division 17, 11)20-!) ii":
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the arrests were served ,delicious Whitfield I. CnlliV Mae Eldrid llll', I Our hours -for service remainsunhanged .- ._ .
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refreshments. The guests were: I.yd.-i, Walton] Elui"c: Marks and J ( : Learning 10 A.:M.J; Inspiration a"$ "W''I"','"" h I ry
MrV.. I*. Randall :Mrs Hnlph ,i Olive Sihell.Tallahassee Uemo-\ 11 t A.M.: ; Children\ in wor. '
:Mrs. Horbcfion :Mrs. lY8 ReducUons
Rhodes Kelly
I un t. ship. 2 P.M., and Inspiration! 8 P.M-: Great I
George :Martin :Mr N. .SOng.) .- !)
We glad to vis-
i were see many
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Tallahassee Democrat.MKS. DKI.KJIIiri I. Bllfl'lll.1Y1'.11tf... 1 ffors among" our "regulars" last a :

r- j I Sunday at both services And it is 20 1)JSC LJJ I
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:X. S. ON I: ENTEKTAINSCARD :> 7);
:Mrs 11 A. Bishop do. | uKvuys good to have these "rcguI .
CI.t'BMrs
,Rightfully: I entertained Saturday i I 1'irs." Keep it up folks and you 'I,

; :N. S. Onsr entertained her''afternoon from 4:30: to 6:30: at ,, will! be happy and make everyone iLTv57Reduction

card club Thursday morning us a their home on Cull street, the occasion I i-l-c happy. We shall look for you ,

compliment> to Mrs. W- P. Randall I being the fifth birthday of I, Sunday at all the services.

of Stoke, the much feted visitor of I their cIlllltht..rIary Harriet, and "High :Magnetism" is our subjectfor s

Mrs. Ralph Rhodes. I the third birthday of their son, the morning hour, and, "Cla ,

:Mrs. Ong's apartment on College)) I ]Harold A., Jr. KJfving 1'eople". for the evening! ,"
avenue was attractive with French I The home was attractively] decorated timeYeti will delight us with

baskets filled with: vaT .colorcd I for the occasion, and! in the :-our presence

Bummer flowers.] After a series of center of the dining table was the .-.-----

games of auction, :Mrs. GeorgeHenderson I two birthday cakes on which eight ',PKESItYTEKIAN; CHURCH

captured high score and tiny candles,\ were placed.! Games

was given n hand-painted! set of and contests were enjoyed until "indny school! at 10 o'clock A.M.:

table markers] as the club prize late in the afternoon by the little J M. T.'u'jy, :superintendent; ,

Mrs. Ralph Rhodes winning the I folks which numbered twenty-five. i'n-Htliing service at 11 o'clock

visitor's prize candy jar of luster] Delicious refreshments' of ice \ :11\ hv the master On EVERY ARTICLE In The Store I: !

ware. The honoree, :Mrs. Randall, cream, cake and candies were served Prn-c: r service nt S o'clock P.M.: :

was given n traveling case of fragrant by the little honorees" mother? 1'.'cdncs lay:

toilet, articles.( At the noun assisted by their grandmother A cortliul iiivitaliuM to nil members

hour a tempting luncheon was :Mrs Prcvntt. The favors weresmall and, friends, to be present, theBiihlect

ticrvidThose. present were. : :Mrs hats of t-undy- to nu "The Old Guard" NOTHING RESERVED :;

W I' Randall Mrs. A. L. Thorpe, ;Mury Harriet[ and Harold, Jr., Vim meeting of the PreHb.vlervwill ,

:Mrs. Virgil )Hancock\ :Mrs- HenryYaeKer. were the recipient of many lovely occur in B few weeks and we .
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:MrGeorge :Martin, Mrs: I gifts from their little friends! who ho.M! !h v rear. to :.uIo: .1 :: '

Ralph ithodes! :Mra.. :llaxwellh"'I's: wished them many happy returns I j li-polt.! Sale Starts 7th a
'I ho !ii'lies' nnxi'mrv' is '. Saturday August
and, :MrtGeorge\ ; )I"IIIeTHon.Tal! of the day I /min"nnUt. ."
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lahas Hec" Democrat ------ IT.H.: rnsV( t'e pI" "-h) flr 0 n>1.|

iUSIEIt'I'O1VN: Ktt n new carpet and stove to be ji
:MRS- VXWEI.I.: ready for the October rally ,j I 11', AND LASTS UNTIL SATURDAY, AUGUST 21stMen's

:Mr. It. S. Rosier made n business' ''I'
:M1EKS )HOSTESSMr
trip to Starko Monday. WEATHF.IJ FORECAST FORAUfit'ST !
:Mr. Allie Peelu is on a visit this i i iI
: :\11I"w.1I1)'rl':\ was hos. week at the home of his mother, ; I! Shoes at Feature Prices

teatn. > her card! club and two extra .Mrs: J. H Supp.: 1 Ii Ext ,
nf 1 Tuesday, afternoon 1st to !5th variable Cool) ra
table bridge Cohen {',.,.Ie, Roy and, Colwin period-
'1'I i iiinplimunt to ;Mrs.V- P. :Morgan made, a trip to Hampton and fair from Ohio to :New: England '!I FLORSHEIM CENTRAL EDMONDS

panda, )) recent bride, of Starke. Beach afternoon- ; showers anti severe thunderstorms 3D( PAIIJ CHILDREN'S
wh". :Mrs Ralph Rhodeslinght Sunday An Unusual Opportunity to Save Money
visiting
i i I''" sunflower and, :Sir. J. I K.:: Rosier made. a business over the south, middle and Hum TOP SHOES -
Japanese western states.
trip to Luwtey Monday
hnsk.'t. of fragrant roses! beautified :Mrs. )Asia Bennett visiting at 6th to 'Jth, warm npt-11.-Hot and 1 i KECl'LAR S3 TO $.'1.0:;
when four tables "
the rooms the home of her parents, :Mr. ami dry Missouri: river valley and i: :. '

\venplaced, ) for, cards. After n :Mrs. John B- Griffin this week.Mr. .flutes. of the Rocky :Mountains; i VAI.t'K. .'

'cru"of, games IMins 1 :MargurelHarnep : W- E. Griffis and S. Griffis showers in the Gulf states and along | "'

held high score and was made a business trip to Starke Saturday the Atlantic coast. | i;
50c
presented, a dainty piece of lingerie -
10th to 11th, showers and severe j i
:Mrs Frank \Vinthrop camevcnnd. .
her being unique thunder storms'Showers in the /
prize a ;;
LAWTEYMr. lake region, middle and lower :MUsissippi
case for needles! and pins ;Mrs. ] z

John McIntosh:\ was given the consolation Livintcton of Eustis and :Miss \ river valley; dry in the i j! 10 PAIR EHMOND'S
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a blue pottery! flower Louise Vaughn of Umntilln. called west. I : s '
holder A delicious! sweet course on Miss[ Helen Robinson! Monday 12th to llth, fair pericxl.-Cooler | :MEN; SHOES. REGULAR:

wiu, served at six o'clock and the afternoon. In the north but continued hot in f: { 7 $7.50: VALUE,

hostess, was assisted by MrsG.. :Miss Pearl Griffi.s sang a solo the south and southwest. I ; )! r -' a

:Myers' in looking after her (guests. to the great delight of the audience ISth to 10th severe thunderstorms I.: ., '
Those present were :Mrs. W. P. in the :Methodist church Sunday quite general. I I

Randall: :Miss :MWgnret llarnes, evening. 17th to 20th, hot wove Hot west :: / LONG WEARING.. GOOD LOOKING WELL MADE $3.00
Mrs\ Turner Wallis, :Mrs. Fred :
O. R. Rodi-n and J. V. Robinson
of Mississippi! !' river;; showers in FOR ALL OCCASIONS I
Mrs: \Ralph Rhodes, :Mrs. Aleck made business
a trip to Jacksonville N'evnda, Utah :New: :Mexico, Oklahoma PAIR
Qttarternmn :lit'". C. L. Waller on hist Friday. I J I'ECI.IT 20 PER CENT:> UN HER REGULAR PRICE
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Texas and Nl'hralklllev..r. .
:Mr Virgil lI"nco'kIrll.: W. A. AM.: .. Hlnnchard is constructing: a ;
Ross :Mr :Maurice Green :Miss! usincHs building on a ]lot on Lake thunder storms In :Missouri river 6a
Ma: Pi' Miss\ ,wl1'lIp Hall vnllpy; fa'oroh1'ellthl'r] on Pa- ,
: ingle. : \" avenue, one of the rooms will be
Mr'. C W lleGmther. Miss Lou occupied, by :Mr. Taylor for a barer Hfli slbpe21st! Pair Guaranteed I
IMgeitonVhillieM, nnd :Mrs. John shun. to 23rd: showery period.Freiiient .- !i' Straw Hats 1-2 Price I 300 95c.j

F :Mclnt< Tallahassee llemocrat. ) I The Blackburn filling station will;I | showers' and I thunderstorms I I. Brand Overalls, Each !

I I be ready for 1 business in n few days over a large: territory west I!.
The farmers here about are busy of the :Mississippi river and middle I ;
MRS.! RI'M| : HIIIIIII'SSIJ:
this wet weather putting out strawberry Atlantic mind, :New England, states'
AIIJSMKI.L" : I: : n \\'I SJIIIT
and, sweet potato plants] 21th to 28th! pleasant period. ,I
: HOS I ESSES; StLEL"fWJI..mu MEN'S SUITS
:Many acres of plant, in this vicinity Showers in the lake region on the -J j $10.95

nre growing nicely.P1iss h and in New ,
P.20 tie
tl"uml1l..r : Pauline Rodcn, is spending dry in the Musourl: river valley and j
given '
was Wednesday the week in Jacksonville with her 12llh PER CENT:> LESS THAN; LIGHT IN
far northwest
afternoon: when :Mrs. Ralph Rhodes.
and :MoNewr'II; Davis were jointJIostfHscH brother. to :31st hot wave'-Very hot 1 OUR OLD EST.HLISHWEIGHT
Urmly, Rosier and J G. Godwin, 1 '
as a compliment to :Jars\ nt most points west and eat;
hate the tore formerly occupiedby I ED PRICES. =NO" NEED I
Mary >'arswell and :Mrs' :MaxwellMyemund \ 'I rhowers in east Gulf states' and ,; COLOR I
Geo. R Young, and will open n i
:'II rl. W. 1'. Kandell: \ three druir storeSeveral 'Vw alnico>; generally dry ..be. t I TO EMPHASIZE HOW PRICE! Jl! r
recent brides The Dutih Kitchenwas he-re. ;
men are putting a large UNUSUAL;' IS THIS OPPORTUNITY 7 )
effectively] decorated, wraith
n addition, to the Baptist, church ---- SERGE SUITS: uT I k
of summer flowers being used in building. This will (rive several\ n.m PRI.IAGTtX t"F.\R.1. TO BUY (Coat and Troupers: ) i! \
wall vines and pI"otnl baskets
rooms for the Sunday school.! Pr. W. C. Kounlrc. Tniurkana Tex. $18 to $33:\ NOW I -
1F.'Ii.0
Tbo mantels either GOODS FOR ; -
of the
end' ,
nt Mr.[ K. I K.: Burney is repairinghis IVnr Doctor:- a' | I
room were banked with a graceful I had I'pllngm 1years.. I was nerve !' <43 4 4I
residence! and building a garage.SlunO.l1II :MEN\ : AND CHILDREN $14.40 to $28 n. ';y +
arrangement of bright flowers! pan, had Rtomnrh trouble shortness i i e
I' I $I
combined, with graceful ICrpnI'I'Y.Tho of broth MLHlly tlrctl. lost w..brht. AT SUCH REDUCTIONS.: = MOHAIK; SUITS c u
SCHEDULES:
had swimming In the head ttL: zlneew. '
tallies were done in t\ colorful ] / 'I (Coat anti Trousers) 1 I
and
burning feet pivlna In the Nick CI.C'fIllWISE; BUY- -
: flower designAt the couelu- Effective 12:01: A.M.: July 18th shoulders, numbness In tho legs! coni i'I 1 '13.65: : t() $16-;NOW' ,

slon of a series of games Mrs. C. schedule] changes and trains: will ,, Btlnatlon burning Coot, .sore mouth, I Ii' ERS WILL HE AT THE I
G. :Myers was the lucky holder of run 113 follows\ \ : rash on the hunts, nn l arrrn i"Tnbf. $10.95 to $12.80 ,, .

high score, the trophy being han No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, tnif skin,sunburn yellow skin burning on tho/ and nl>trs itching of the i STOKE EARLY TO PALM BEACH SUITS 1 i

carved, ice set second prize an attractive due Stake 11:00: P.M.: neck and Hn very sensitive to Bun I MAKE SURE OF GEf- (Coat and l 2 pair Trousers) i '
toast rack going to :Miss No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, hcnt.. I took all the treatments I $1950! : -;NOW' t I'I
Elizabeth Conrudi. consolation, n due Starko 10:35: A. :M. could find being many kinds-llyod I II TING CHOICE 11I t t' \ I !_'
> <>rmlc' and internal but I got nn $15 60 ( t
wall vase of blue 'hl1lu'US I .
( West
pro. I No. 30J Jacksonville to relict. until I began your tr..atm."t.Ft.by SELECTIONS
dented to :Miss Mary Pringlc- Mrs. Palm] Reach. due Starke 9:50: A.M.: 4th. 1930. I have gained fifteen ,
Myers and Mrs.: Rnndcll! were given :No. 811. Jacksonville' to West pounds and feel perfectly well Ii I

i a set of hand painted salad plates Palm Reach anti St. Petersburg, In every WRY .and work every day. ,I I.t ___
i--- to urge all who nre suffering:
and Mrs. Cnrswell's! souvenir, due Stnike 10:0rt P.M.: I i
was n I :
t these symptoms to write your
party bag, No. Tampa to Jax, due Starke i '.*... I'liifmoHH.Ai "yl MEN and BOYS 20PERCENTREDUCTION
At nix: o'clock a refer,.."hint-' sweet 5:0.-: : ; A.M.: i-k T. \\' ..,k... ComiMUa Lake, Flu.Courlnny's SHIRTS for II I

\ course was served. Tlicen) mvingI No. ,I I. Tumpa to ,Iix, due Starke .
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I this charming affair \\1' Mes- 1:02: P.M.: T i
I dames (Cnrswpll Randall r M I No. 301 I, Tampa tn .Tax, due ;; il 1

[ Myers Wells Patter.on. P.-ilmo', !Still= !'ke 6:25: P.M.: I I Place REMEMBER-A SALE AT THIS STORE IS A GENUINE PRICE REDUCTION

Parker West, Phillips l{. |'arra- "',"snnce Branch" EVENT OF FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE. NATIONALLY KNOWN AND
more, :Marc Phillips !farri."". No. 101 Loaves Starke 6:30:: A.M.No. : .
Green Fox, PeGinther Hawkins? 102 Hue Starke :l::1j P.M. Self\ Rising Hour, 12 Its..60 ADVERTISED. BE AMONG: THE FIRST AND YOU WILL HAVE A WIDE VARIETY -
Self Rising Flour, 21 ." 1.11
Carter, Gamble Hancock. TTnrhe- T. J. Griffin, A ent. FROM
Sr. : Mason: Fruit Jar I.ld-t TO SELECT '
son, J. W. Collins, Motley ------ -
| ins, Bufonl Bass Oven :: CIII.I Tampa-Ground: l broken, for new
obn McIntosh :Myers :Monroe, school house on :Magnolia avenue ('dd Pack Rubbers for .-.>

ayes, G. Henderson K. Johnston I Iang to cost $00,800. Notions and groceries and I M. ALVAREZ'

G. '''Martin MIdyette: Ong, j jITilson i Fort l\lyerll-New road from ,,'e fife( FREE GAS! STARKE J. FLORIDA
Walston Quarterman ;Me- Fort :Myers to Bay Shore, to be sur- I II i.i I.

antI, ,Wallis, G. T. Whitfield B j: faced. -!--.-, -., ... I ,....!!!mil ,. ." _? '0I11I"1I"IlI.ij'. ':"" ,, 'km.,NdlS',"'" '.' 'U" h" .'a''' ;. ''''' '' '''' rrrm M::I"'II''' ,,




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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1926 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEt.I II'n. STVUKE. FLORID PAGE FIVE 1STERNBERC'S


'-'---..---.--.--------' :Mrs C. 1". .li's. T ',
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: ------.1..1.I > who has beenhere I Johns river from Palatk.t to San- Wintor. Hnven Spnbonnl AirLine Lct' l>ui-K:-Watermelon shipping ;t

I on a visit with her parents.Col. ford. .Wording< to plans being. Railway to build bridge! over from this .section totaled 1,600 cartuiiilK .
I and<1 :\Ir'". C. L. !IVek, left la-t worked. out mainof the short onnnl, near this city. vnhiel, at $750,000. 'I"

Bits of I week to join her hu-lmiul. who is nines in the river will be eliminnttd -

at present -tat iuned in New; V'tk. ( and when tnmplc-tid. there* will ..

City. i be a minimum depth of 12:! feet of

,I I witter nil tin- nay down from Pa- I CO-OPERATION IS
THE PATH
'I local Nevi I TO
:
Clearance Goo Marcc'tto has returned to latK.i thiipeimitlim." ." much linger
Starke after several weeks SUCCESS '
spentin bunts. t." niiiko (thi- rim d Hurt uf I
I tho I northern states in thu interests ,I I ra .

f Concerning Our People Business and I: of his dovc'loiuncnt on Slll'nd| your money with home concernMoney spent with

I I Progress of the County and Town. t Crosby. Lake. :Mr. MnrcotU": Nlp.ts'' foreign corpornlii.iM nerve return Hide th". rijinrnviUaJi"
to hmo n great ninny visitor to I'nll.GFNT F
t >- Its Ri-rtirv \U the equal to
A any competitor, and a
I" Sale I this section this fall and winter WORD

.-,----_._-,-_._----_._--,--,-- _.! through his extensive advertising, home riincirn.

MBATHER REPORT man's mother, :Mrs.'' Josephine Ed- of Bradford county. j jI i i COLUMN
I vviirds. GAINESVILLE BUS CO.
FOR RENT:; -Large cottage.i .- i
Hate :Max. :Mm. Percitp.) : I :Mn R. I". Clark end, son, :Merton ;
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ley. Lake>, completely furnished, .
Extended few 7-21): 8J& 72 1,381 :Miss( Lula Ormond, who has been and :Mrs.. 11.:1. Tucker left rt-asnniiMo rental. R. J. Davis. 0 :0.CX .

a 7-SO SU! 72:! .0531 : n recent truest at the home of :Mr. :\lon
". P28:! 749( t .01 and :Mrs. William :Motes\ :left Sun- to the north :Mrs. Tucker stopping -
) >OC<)()O:>OC<>OQ
( >OO<>OOCC
I 8-1 91.2 74( .01 ] day for her home in Hawthorne.Mr. I at her old 1 homo in Philadelphia >
W.\:-TI'I1-Tn; : hear from owner
Days Longer 8-2:! !91 7-1 i ..28' while :\i1 cc. Claik anti :Merton ) Adding to Comfort and
I I of farm to rent to .share crop
..1 8-3 !91 7-1.9( .021 i I will continue tho journey to :Norwalk ; ,
:\ and :Mrs. Jim Douglass' an.11 I 1 per. Address, U.B.M: care ofTelegraph. Good Cheer of the Home
8.,( 91 78.2 I II little dauJrhterIary:: Lob, of Ala- Conn., ami! points in Massa.husetts. 7303tpdLOSTAn AttnctJv. restful Interior d.enn.ion..4. much .i fl

I Total Pcrcip2.33: i chua, were visitors to Staike: Sun (' They expect to be away I I imnfort M., ....n/rnur....*enlor homci.ci m to.,ltchrarAilnMi for thft" wall owl to woudwoik In b..1.4__ ,M
Specials for day afternoon. about six weeks- ,I I noocm.rVor| .bl and nor lrvM*.tmd tf urUy MOOUMiti .h. t t.
I B. E- Rosier of Lawtey, was in j I A I II umbrella, either at Corpening's w..U bona of tht anon t tPw hwuh.lJ. }
I piquing eomblmruMM' 'la woll JacoMttoaSHERWINWILLIAMS rt
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Drug Store or :Marguerite's -
Starke :Monday.Col. .
I :Messrs. R. J. Glover D. W. Kelly :Mrs. Arthur K Stiingfellow and. Shoppe; rewardIrs.: F.
6w
the Next 3 I D and G. W. Andrews. of New young son, Arthur K. Stringfc-llow! A. Sct.tt. ,
E. Knight spent Tuesdayin Jr., returned yesterday from Kings-.
River
busineslI.1 I were among!!; the visitors to
Jasper on professional Lake where have )
ley been
Starke :Monday. they :SMALL:: FRYERS-For sale :20!( ?
: I I11' spending the past week !it the each IInow and eat later also" '
; ;
Days W S. Ward Sr., of Walnut Hill, Strinnfellovv cottage. Othc-r members 1o"'lo>8IcoI..JltlnJohto l .. ... ........ I
:\ and :Mrs. L. A. Refolds of good meat hens, 2Sc II) Arthur ..... tin._A oil l l. m I.
is the .n. ruhf clout without l.In..din fish ..
guest of his son, R. F. Ward of the at In J<
party Kingi>ley in. p.imni (
Wildwood, are here on a visit with j i| Wood Sturke 8lHpd'" d.wn..w."n:6.if
!Mrs.\ Reynold's mother, :Mrs.. E. F. eluded< .Mrs. Jack Stringfellow' and .th.t.na
Furnished Po aaonM>nu>lV.nkh. 'Ptr.l..fct tt r Aunlnn. AH
cottage at KingSley
two children and :Mrs. Robert E : n
Johns i Starwui William, ,pnnlwu of h.hnt qu.Ut,an Nur.llMumYM
for rent. J. F. Kickliter. 7-30-tf: 1I 1 Glass. and l'hiJ.ll'c'n-iuin's\'ille. Mil b. _.... In .... laucte e".......J rare r v
I II I CAIETVU"ef'sGo w.U linuhM..ou>.Mora
36-In. t: :Mr. Levi! Shepard of Jacksonville Sun, Aug. 1st.
LE.\CII'1 lOc Hollii V. Knight was a business representing. the Equitable. For i il eI >

;, ED ; I visitor to In'ksonvillelondIlY.: I II Life Insurance Company of Xew j i PL\NT; CITY :M.\IJia.\C.i': 1 1Yritin

York U spending several days in or I-TEIU'ST; : inUK: : JONESI
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R. a' I
A. Weeks of Urooker, was I
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town on business.Rev. J h
business visitor to Starko :MondayM.Ilci.1 .
IJ.\L ltlGG\'f UNDERE I The marriage of :Miss Louise
Mc-en and Mr. Herbert Lev South '1'R 1'IiSlt \ 1\\'
\\ ,\R SHIRTS WITH : in Hnrrell of the Brookcr C. S. Carlton and two sons. Lumber Supply Co.
; both of Plant City whcih was an &
left the hitter of last week for SHE l n\\flW: : 0'IIII': : IIli.tlt'I'SSOF I
section, was attending to businessin part ;
interesting event of the S2Mh:!! \ will
LONG; ; OU SIORTSLEEVES ] :; Staike :Monday. I I Cedar Keys' where they will enjoy I I :MEN; !

45c.NE a month's vacation.! | conic friends as of u Miss surprise. Ostcen to tile in Starke many -and she was Nome stepper C><>OO<>C>O<>OC>C-OC)( >< ><>C

:Mr.' anti :Mrs. Wm. Awin of Wil-| __ ______ II I and Low-toy where she has. visited, 'I I ill she was -iiari'd herself in the ___ h_ __ _____ ____ _____ _
:Mrs. demons. of null gic web of love. I'n'nlifall.i,
liston, were week.end (guests of i on several occasions, and thc fol
:Mr. and, :Mrs. Freeman Register. Ala., is hero on a BirminJrham'l she1 tried to 1'111-1'0( Lite! V d,
WI'OI.K.IH)] VOILES I II lowing ne-coiint of I the mnrt luge was '
mother, :Mrs. S. J. :\ picture I lajing) hors the inner
I token from l-'iid.iy's issue of t the
I :Mrs. A. W. Tohey of Hampton sinter, :Mrs.. Anna :\ reaches of u girl'x he-art It's GrciiJ..
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: Plant fitv Courier:
II I 111II0U'S: <<; PIiOIFUTION. :; Confidential
Bench, visitor to Starke Sut- Banking
39C I was Miss: Louise Ostee-n and, :Mr\ llc-i-
C CI'l :Mc-Kc"-1 '
unlay :Mrs. :Mary Armstrong : Of'I be \\itli-l.v i I Discussed Koin.llllic.Novel / : )
1'.11.1'F.J1e : I lert Lee Smith, both of this city;1 ,
r of Lake\ Helen, spent Sunday at. I j :; Itv I..\\\ 1/1-\1./ :: :: RISING: ,
I .
J I.. reek and two children, ,, i the ,country home of- Judge and l'' wore ni.uric'd; in llnitovv Thursday, ".. RII'I) ( D .I"IESIi". : I I.lrrnuntN
afternoon nt !B o'clock) in the *
presence
itl.? LINEN; IV ALL COL- Julian and Clara Louise, spent;'' :Mr'. Geo. A. Gardiner, I of a few friends "ilhEI.KOII : -): !
I' Thursday in Jacksonville. : : : | 110) \ fW0! :-; ;
I :Mrs. Smith is. the daughter, ,ifMr.
)11'\1.' : B. Prevail of Green I
I'M' O'M:\ \I.I.E\:
)HtS REGULAR: I II : and, :Mia' U. I.:. Ostecn and( has. nn our boohs tiro ('nllfM'nllal., I Piirtifiil* lire ;
: Is spending a few
Cov1prinJtIl
:Miss Tillis Wnldo 1I.Ulwm1'0111I:; I 101111'1
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69c Hindi her home here for m:,inv plied only to our customer) *, to Ihrlr "1r.I.u.h.nlatl"( ..
in Stnikc with !her daughter,
days
$1.00 GRADE :Monday afternoon in Starke with I II shook n nicked cnslllnetilay | whorl nuthori/eil. in writing. MUM hay been our ,polity for
:Mrs. II. A, Bishop. Stunri.Mr. I
fiioncN. 1'd. uilh I love. tocaht
I I : Smith is. the son of :Mr and, ns a > pilot twenty jours. and you may li,' pure (lint w(' will not depart. ". 1

i I Alvin Archambeiiult of :Miami Is :Mrs.. W. :M Nicks. He holds. n valuable II lathing lantali/ IIIC spell from it. :
:M. F- Brown,
prominent attorney over men
A FEW LORRAINE; SEER. I here visit at the home of his position. ns. plasterer. for "' count Is solicited\ I
I of Tampa, was visitor to StarUcWednesday : ", ] on a A :Metro ld")'ii Picture i' our on our |post reroril anti with the pleilffotluit
i I uncle and aunt, :Mr. and,( :Mrs. G,'.>. Tucker and O'Knne. every trnnnnrtion will ,li,> hanII,1ith, safety, proniptnensanil :
SUCKER: SUITS'| I :Marcotte. :\Ir. and Mrs( !Smith left after :SYIIUDVYTI:: ) confidc-m-i

$$7.95MEN'S 1'\ the wedding for Torstproof where : \1\
"Till' :
GOING; AT :Mrs. C, D. Shank of Jacksonville] I < sTEllY"I'
; I Mrs. C. A. Knight left Saturday they will spend about hreiveeks.. with tt
spent the week-end in Starke with ,". ,I.
her mother :MrsLillie Lewis. for Elliiay On, where she will After that time they will make\ EDIIH: ( KOHKItl'SND! / ; I '>1.-01<" /

spend several weeks with relatives. their home in Plapt City. IWIIEIIT :-; I,W ,

GARBADINE) SUITS and friend The bride Semiin! ('omedyMNI.11'TI'ESIAY f I f
Miss Pearl Reddish of Jacksonville,, wore a grev; crepe Lorry ;
: e Is enjoying a visit with her parents Miss: Florl'nceIntthews: of to match. : ( ; ) :; : ( I
GRAD $$13.95LINOLEUM g Mr. and :Mrs. I. J. Reddish. CARL: LAKMMI.K::\ :\ : Presenls' nOn of !jonorIn HunJl I II
\ G.
Starke is visiting Mr. and :Mrs.: The couple have the best wishesof
1"" I home, 2fill their friends, for 'I 1 h. irealc'st; of All I ( l'm Af./nm. e.G'nartBANK 1...
I :Miss Bulah Wiley of Jacksonville C- Livingston at their many n long .
| Prospect Rond.Tampa Tribune. and\ happy married, life. Fir :Mcllslrmmasfly
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last the
spent week in Starke I 1 Jem. Arthur and AC.. UheeLr"Illi

1 guest of :Mrs. B. E. Rd lish. !lTIIr.1...\1/\1"/: '
RllnforI-Cith'nK, hero are grout :
; RIGS 36X72 :Mrand :Mrs. "' S. Blakely of I OF STARKE
Jacksonville, are spending the weekin 1 I Iv encouraged over the prospectsof KllllHelen .
:Mr.' Jesse Johnson and :Mrs.
enily report from the IT"itedStates (haiUiik, William ItusHfll.liich.ircl / I
.\ BARGAINAT Mary: E. Johnson of Lake Butler, Starke with :Mrs B'akelvV! pa- an "Dank o'HilpfulService"We
,district engineer, who had Trmers, Kdna :Mnnnn\ and
Starl.e n'nlsIr.: and :Mrs. W. W iaisden.( '
89CPRETTY 8 g were visitors to Wednesday charge of the .survey of tin :St Kdwiiril: He-urn-I'nni-rsal Je"e-l. Pay 4 Per Cent On Snvingavolume

I H. Alderman of :Melrose U. D. Johns, a former resident of ----- -- --- -- .:. I I
Guy ,,,,, ,
Starke now living in Tampa, was .:' .,_.__.._,--- _._ ---,------- ": -' "'"''III1"lIInlIIOII 411 '"' III -IJ'p'I'.e'--' --''''''' 'II'nI ''- '
was a business visitors to Staike.Saturday. I
among the visitors to Starke !Saturday I
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VAL LACES
I paying the Telegraph office SALE : I
I BIG CLEARANCE I II
HITE AND: :Mr. an.111"9'. : C. F. Boyer and a call. II II i I ...c .
:
: little son of Jacksonville, spent I I II
tc :Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. Strickland
:
ECRU I Sunday in Starkp with r(>llItivcs.I I sand i little daughter of Wildwixvl.' :, I Beginning Friday the 6th and lasting One Week :I l makes

of :Mrs.: Sti ick-
Sunday
I were guests ,
G. It. Colson and son, Resale, and II
:Miss Virginia Colson of Brooker I land's pal'ents.11'. : and :Mrs' J. C. I Dresses, Hats and Bathing Suits :

BLEACHING; A YARD were visitors to Starke Tuesday. :Manning.Mrs. $
1 t I It possiblethese

WIDE 1 Miss Iris Epperson Is spending : fil.... A. Gardiner l I" spc-iul- t All "Princess Mary" dresses ].3 off of original I II
I Ing several clays in Hastings' with
6001)t luc several days in Jacksonville with
.\ I friends, and relatves. I, her daughters. and sunmlawMi. I price-Come and see the wonderful values.

I and<1 Mrs.: "'. !S. Yelvimrton and :\1,-. Two values
: I Special Groups
I
Holwrts.I .
and :Mrs. ZJ t
:Miss :Mabel Reddish of Jacksonville

EVERWEAR PIKE SILK spent Sunday in Starke with I I and
I relatives. :Miss Lucile :Mitchell has ret'iin-' I $6.75 $12.95 f Series 115

I ed home after a delightful visit I 5 P..nj.r 2-cloo ......- (Model, 2O) $1145
FULL( FASH- :; I with her uncle and aunt, Dr and I 4 Passenger.. Sport| HoaJmer Mall, 24) 11195
g L R. Gamey and daughter, :Miss 5 I Sport Tom; MmJrl'
Bi-wenucr ( 25) $122
$$1.59EVEltttEAK ; :Mrs.\ William :Mitchell of Lake- in.
HNEIHOSE; Lois, of Brooker spent :Monday af. In these will find real bargains. 2 I jUMCTiterr Coup (Model' 2h) $1295
ti">rnoon. in Starke. land. you F 4 I'um>ciitir Country Club Wupe, (Mm/// 26) 11275
5 I>.....,n."r 4lo >r Srtlitn. (Vfmlfl, 27) $1245
:Mr. I.. A. Davis and :Mr, and :Mrs Unheard of Values !In Bathing Suits at Only 4 Fisscntfrr Coupe (Motel 2H) $127)
j jlit George .X' Collins. prominent t
HOSE: Edward Burns spent Thursday ..f- I I Scries! 120
renltor of J Jacksonville was attending
49c 4 ternoon in Jacksonville with :Mrs' t $2.95 and $3.95HATS 5 P..Kn"cr 2.J"ur :" sJw.. Mntlfl( of 0) $. )9'1
IN ALL COLORS to business in Staike Saturday. Davis who is a patient. at Hlvl'l'I I 5 P..cnllcr.Juur !>...J.... (A1a1e147)) $1..9'1
4 Psfwngcr, Coupe (Model of H) 9146SSeriys
.
:Mrs F. L. Turner and, I.itteIi"! : side hospital.Mrs. I
Lillian Harris motored, to Jack. I I, I 128
'
: F. f'. Dorman an.1Iis": 7 Passenger sI..n (Model. 50)) $1495S
I sonville Sunday. I Thelma Drawtly of Jacksonville HATS HATS I I'.nv..r "roulCh" (Model. i1)) $11l'l
of Passenger Sport Ro. All first class Col. Joe Ilil William.) of Lake I have been recent !guests. of :Mrs. I I of Pae.eugcr' Country Club Coup (M>,,<..( 5,'c) 'I 7"'J

Butler was attending to professional Dorman'a .non-in-Iaw and, dlllrJot, l Only $1.95 SPanscr.t', __ *a (Mndrl55), $.51'1
business here Tuesday' Mr. and :Mrs. II. E.: Keddish.W. I 5 PWKnlCcr Coupe (M>Kirl. SH) $iaso

J MerchandiseDon't I I Ac..l r..od ___Ta. t.> fc*. f J.J

I :Mers O. W. Barry, E. T. Stew. I' J. Epperson, Jr., who. js connocted j ,. I B..kk.,,. Mwnr r'... .r. now J..I hri.l. s.....*... ......... .......
I t I C., domj ha. 111 Inch.4 whnlb..e. S..I ,. ....
I20
t nn : K. P Lewis of Hrooker, '' ( with the at Seaboard Dunnellon,with is i Friday and Saturday the 6th and 7th we will 1 icon:.,.to nl. .I.a.a.. I)n. I.tn.rklsh, .:-;:.nner 1 is Inch... .he.

Stiu-ko headquarters
to Tuosday.Mi
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Miss I spending a few days here with his I offer beatiful new felts in all shades for only t :

: anti. ( :\11'". George Richard, <>" ,! porent-, Sheriff and Mrs. W. .1. Ep rlle GREATEST

This P.n-a.uhi. u-ic in town fort fe.vla person. I IMrs. $4.75 1

< \'- last l week visiting friPnd4.Mr. .
I Ie : Lucy Powell and :Miss ('a'. I ;

OpportunitySTEINBERG'S : and :Mrs L. 1'Iinpr: : and sic White left Wednesday, for lien- Thete are $6.75 values.Don't t : a.i --T w1s

.laughter. Pauline 'if New Sniyina, deraonville! and, thr points in I iOUll

are spendiiic several elms in North Carolina' where they will .
I remainder of the summer t
spend the
< wtli; nla.ivc-s. '
tark-
Miss This Opportunity-All Sale Good CashMarguerite's t

:Mr and! Mrs.. Oscar Andreu and I : EVER BUILT

e dauKhter Thelmfl, of Stuart were :Mr and :Mrs. W. E. Yarborough, t .

in !Starke Thursday visiting who have spent the past month I Shoppe \
here with the latter's parents, :Mr.
REGISTER
frier1-; MOTOR CO.
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STARK:: FLA.
:Mr. and :Mrs Freeman of :Miami for their home in Pittsburgh, t & STARKE FLOIUDAs
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.': FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1925

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ItfltAI COMMON: SENSE; | :MADISON: COUNTY: TAKES f -
nil want standardized crops so we "
Turns Down American Jazz
(By Spuds Johnson) FOR\VAKD STEP IN: DAIRY | cnn market, in car lots I Europe ;
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. Farmers & Farming I I CALF AND PASTUREOKK: Starke Growers'By L.Association C. Prescott Inc. i Misrepresents U. S., Says Piano ManCDJCAGOJnzz

DISINFECT TRUCK CHOP
i Greenville }'Ia.-Mclison county I
(It; 0. F. Ward County Agent) :SEED; BEFORE: PLANTINGSome took another forward step in dairying WOIt'rIiNGTON' ): !SPRING NEWS
lust week with the pasture Held 4 hr
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--- ---' :; of the fellows in this com day and calf distribution at Greenville The:! farmers of this section are '

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVTTED TO CONTRIBUTE 1'"HlilYho' raise truck crops have Saturday' Fifty-seven Jersey now busy getting>: ready to plant a r
ARTICI ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND j ('"''nail out by bitter experience that calves which had, }been, brought from fall crop of .string beans and Eng. '4M&

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY it pays. to disinfect truck crop seed. Tennessee by CountI1'I.nt;' U. K.. llsh peas, They marketed a 1 big> ( rapt

-......_.....,....?..._...-....-....,...,........,.......... ..r"ZRSZS pSSuS p525'SZS2S75Z5Z'a...,_. In. fume planting. nUll! Weeks! 'lost l.auton, wen distributed to calf el'f,/ Irish potatoes tn early] sum. ; 'a'
about', $:i,000 on one of his truck club members and farmers on that nice and have just marketed n J ;

:MANY SriUECTS 0!I' .MIIANS{: : Or) S'Il'll'I.a'I'IN6, ; i raps this trpring.! Juan. about the | day. There are now more than GO I crop,/ INTEREST/! ON: CROI'S/( ) SAI I K; OF I'K; \NITS) AKK; t time i the crop should have I been maturing i members. of the boys' calf club in from the same lund l and are now sAw, ( x0e +

AND: STOCK; PROGRAM; si I ni-siri(; : : i\ nri.i.KTiNThe : and, getting ready for mar- ,| the county. I Ii I j pi' 'pnring it for the fall crop a

l kit, disease, struck I It and played i i| This makes a total of ISO purebred i{ 'rho recent rains made such a y '


I*. I.d riiip rnisi'i1*. "ro'1"'jl"* i Will, I lie fr>'"atly stiir.ulatcd] Not ulone, did he lose that $:1,000 ,I have been brought !in from Tonnes I] waters of Worthington Sprinu/ : k' "
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l plaiin tin the market' raw last hut also he see and, distributed in the county I
i i an exrcptimiiilly/ interesting/ Ioy> r peu. on spring's crop were backed up, but the warm won- 4er
i ,i "n ,M 1 flit 1 livfHtixli MM, farmi ,nutlinth, ihi'lli-d, nnd unshelled. hail! I introduced I sports of the disease during the past three months, 'JU.luivt'.ys thcr of the past few days hncnusoil tl rf M Y 7. ,t_

i ,ct t "ii.ii of Fjiriiu-rk' .* Week, ,parKcd: in ntlrnrtively! lith")rraihedcurl | into his fields. and now il will having been distributed at such u fall that the manag'Twqs "
.\.I 1 \l!Ihhldut I I tht> college of i i .' wcit'liinK 1 I. and, ,; poundK 1 nut I be safe to grow a similar crop ;Madison late in April. Ito th distnbutonw able to have the bottom m' d l lwo.lls t,

'' 'ure, AlllM'Kt! 11.11. h.i.\.s, (he IlIit"(1:111( : <'.. Department ,, on that ,same land for several years have been financed by cleared of all the nn>- -\ roes' W$.
\ ,? i 1111 problems and n moot of AKi'ieulturv.] This would, moot i H's alright to plant without ,disin- bankers
M I .. ic.,.v'n, 'tiritioii, w II feature1i' the demand of hOIlH'wlwh', | footing if one is sure the need are (Ireeiivillu having backed the latest for a swim.

""'/Miinilny: afternoon! andI' wiint peanuts greater qtmntlticRntiil 1 pure and free from disease.! Hut shipment Jack Precmi a of Dalton Ga: .
-iy: morning lr. A. L. ShenlyI nt lower prices than they cnn in case of doubt the ,safe thing is A pasture grass demonstrationis who in. spending the summer in

I I'I 'i.. |U i. A. Siimlcr.1- experiment, lie bought from .street venders or to disinfect It is possible! that a being conducted on the farm of Guiru'sville, is the guest of relatives

.l\flcrimir1ans, and 1I J Dr. J. V. small stores. Printed sumrostlonsfor i grower could,I plant several crops A. .Strickland near Greenville by here for a few days.

I I., .r, ;', Mateeterinnrlnn.! will np- preparing the peanuts in (he without, disinfecting, and never get the agricultural] extension division hiss Lorl'nin111'" and nlere,
IM ir in, n number uf tulles home could! ha includeil, in sash any diaeuse in his crop) On the at Gainesville, in cooperation wilh hiss: Rubin: Ware of Unadilla/ Ga.,

Tin'.. Tuesday afternoon program pnckni other\ hand he might lost a crop I the county agent and :'011'. Strick-, whrt is. her guest spent the weekend
wi'l,' I lf, ii symposium mi I'ottun pro- Smith a plan of distribution, would] | and run his lanil Iifiinfecting" ''Ian,(. Last Saturday after the in Gainesville with her 81.11'1'h's ,

du1-ton' ut which time UilkH will] benui' he helped] h)' a national advertising, fonts HO little that it is cheap in. calves hud, been distributed visiting :\ Warren Wallace.Mrs. \ a ,

'!,> liy tho Experiment: Station campaign to he conducted, by a ,1 Ktirunce. i faimers: gathered Mr. Strick- N". E. Taylor who I U in ..u:-

iiitt'iii. investigators" III' 1\. F. group if shelters or cleaners who ;I The folks in our community are I! land's farm to sec the results of nital in Gainesville, having undergone -

( in..ir, ':"' a-1 P. Cro.-smnn; and Dr.W ( mild. ) form for the purpose! of j I planning to disinfect seed of all : the demonstration and learn which i un operation a few days ago;' AGGeleeatss'
.\ Oirver. bin, ndling thin. portion of their out. grasses had made, the\ best showing/ i is reported doing ncely. AT HIS PIANO
full truck planting.
Wednesday/ morning, there will put' an association! shipping muter crops we are i'liS well as something about the | Among the vsitors to the Springs
follow tho
f he a talk] liy J. U. Watson entotii one uniform label], nccordiiiK to the Wo are going to recommendations management of permanent past Sunday were: Ii. :M. Tench Dr. has been dlsnlssed musical! organization but as i purl
..|..giJt i. on the control of farm !Department, bulletin! Jlu. I II01-D of the county agent and ures., A number of extension men Touch and mother, l rl'. Harvey by Europe as a mere exibitioo ous manifestation of the ?o

p.-t.-. aunt an address, liy W. C. LasspttT. "Marketinjf Peanuts" With proper the\ truck crop pathologist of the were present to explain the work. Waits and, family, Mrs. J. B Brooks. of American savagery/ and barbarism"America. of has life in been Anita disgracedonce a.-.

editor, of the I'ro/tl'ive'! advertising i the foreign outlet experiment station. I Tho sale and field day hail been :Mr. and Mrs. Johnson :Mr. and crudity. That Is the way A. G. more in the eyes of the civil-
Farmer" Mr. ('. V. :Noble, agricultural for raw peanuts nnd )peanut products They say the seed should be planned for Wednesday but were ;Mrs. Oilmen and many others from Gulbransen piano manufacturer ized world bv a loudly advertised
economist. will discuss melhncs it i is believed] could also. bo '| coaled in a corrosive sublimate or ruined out.PECANS Gainesville! Jacksonville and! High Whiteman summarized jazz the band effect of the Paul parade through;>: Europe i 'a certain -
concert tour kind of performance which
of keeping livestock. und crop !!expanded.. bichloride of mercury solution made Springs and other points. of Europe."Reception. 'does not represent this count-v I
record.*. I ;More" care is needed on the part by dissolving one tablet" in a pint':'' AND ORNAMENTALS: : I :'011'. and :Mrs. Krause! of St. Augustine / of the jazz band by but only a small part of It. Amer
Tin- Thursday: i-tvtur' ; pl'oj.'r'\m I 101' grosses! and' commercial pickers 1 of water. I|i FEATURE ONE:< SECTION: OF are expected to arrive this the Europe serious was musical the authorities which of ica's real contribution rr muss' is I
I same they
will In- given over to .discussion in picking peanuts in order to keep The truck crop pathologist recommends :'. FARMERS' WEEK PROGRAM: week. They will be guests of nt)- 'would have Riven to a trooo of native shown composers In our orchestras, and especially opera:n
and reports on pasture work. 1 out trash and dirt, according to the that need be soaked according ,, ten \Vorthington. :'011'. Krause savages in war paint and feathers the progress/ of manufacture intl
will betaken bulletin. In of the older) Gainesville Fla. Thursday Aug with their native musical Instru- invention. The roll-played
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Bright tobacco in Florida I many peanut : to the following time table bought) a farm near here several reCla.tt'rlnr -
factories the installation of I I net 12 will be day the ments giving an exhibition of their piano has democratized the
up on the ThuI'KI.IIft'r. cabbage, cauliflower kohlrabl.I pecan on pecans months ago and was so well pleasedi .barbarous music, said Mr. Gul- world's finest music and made it
noon program which will Includi suitable. ventilation und, paintingthe rutabagas and turnips 15 small fruits and ornamentals i \ his purchase: he bought an ail.. bransen In an address here. "The available to everybody with personal ,,
addresses l h y LenthnllVymnn, who interior of the picking and mustard | section of the program/ for Farm- joining. farm a short time ago. lie sounds they made were first studiedas expression and interpreta
in. doing forestry work at !Starkefor shelling rooms with a white paintor minutes; cantaloupes, cucumbers, i ers' and Fruit Growers' Week at means to build a house on same music, immediately dismissed as tion. Europe should know that the
A/trl-I I and watermelons 10 minutes unworthy of consideration as real greatest music I is olaveo everywhere .
gourds
of enamel], should l improve the the college of agriculture August
the U. S. Department i and establish an up-to-date chickenfarm music and thereafter the jazz band In America and is of
culture und. H. S. :MrLendon, agriculturist grades put out increase the outputof ,; tomatoes', pepper and egg 9-11. The program Friday after. and also plant. several acres WM examined not aa a serious the daily life of the people fart
of the F. K.: C. Railway. the plants and, reduce the expenses : plant. R minutes. 1! noon will be given over to a number .[: in grapes pecans persimmons figs j,
Feeding breeding and milk product of lighting.The After the seed are snaked they of discussions of ornamentals and other fruits adapted to this I'ASCO OFFICIALS lines of the Illinois Central Louisville -
ion will feature Friday morn three types of peanuts commercially should, be rinsed in running water | There! is considerable interest In section. ARE REMOVED: / \" 1 and Nashville, :Mobile and

ing's program.. The speakers( will important in the United or in five change of clear water ornamental work in the state just Among the recent guests of Hotel GOV. JOHN: :MARTIN: Ohio and or Southern railway

he Pr..f. r. Willoughhy, Prof.J. States. ore the large-podded I and allowed to dry before being now and it is expected that the Worthington are: :Mrs. I. M. I The railroad commissioners ot
:\i. Scott, W. ).. Trimble] Pope ginia, the ]large-podded Runner planted.\ discussions. Friday afternoon will''' I.iberrnan and daughters Mrs O. Dade City Government Aids In Florida and South Carolina many

|Rm. W.V.. ISassftt! and, I 11. S. und, he small-podded Spllnl I .. I have good attendance E, Buford of Ja'ksonville.h's.: I Cleaning I'p Objectionable I associations interested in the movement

IVnniM'k flairymnn. ginias in the shell reach h11'1 I HINTS TO IIOt'SEWIVEScekly ; ;; Monday afternoon's program of Hal C. Batey and sons, L. M. :MoG'ormick i Practices of perishable products and
Friday afternoon County AgentII. sumer in roasted form. Shl'l1ulll 1--- 'i this section will be devoted to figs of Gainesville I several southeastern traffic bu.

[E: l.nwton will give <"> i acii Virginias and shelled Spanish. peanuts 1I I \\ From Home Demonstration and berries including] strawberries ]| :\1 rt!. M. M. Mills of DeLand, Is Constable Peter Keyes of Paaco beaus! have protested against the i

'mi* nf. the dairy development In appear on the market as salted Specialists, TallahasseeAUE blueberries, blackberries dewberries I,' visiting! her ulster! Miss Lorrain! county and H. J. Hamrick prose. charges proposed on intrastate
Mudi'-nii. county mind extension. dnlrvniiin. peanuts, peanut candy, and p<, i and raspberries. i i Ware. I outing attorney for Jefferson county I traffic and the schedules were under -

II. I,. lirown will talk oniltiin nut butter Shelled Runners a.1 ; YOU UNDERWEIGHT ? Grape production and problems Karl Ware of Orlando, is visiting have been suspended from of. supervision until August 13,
milk. An auction !sale. of used. by some peanut butter and, j' I I"Nervous" will take up the entire program Miss'arc.. fee by Governor Martin. pending investigation. The commission .

pim'htvil l iul\r. will lie held Friday candy ;manufacturers an a substi.ltote : --- i Tuesday. Establishing vineyard, A small chicken farm in the vicinity !! Keyes was charged, by the governor today vacated the suspension '

after'n'".n I for shelled \'it.tiniulI'hl'n : people are apt to but, propagation pruning harvesting netted the owner $1,000 for I with malfeasance and misfeasance order and discontinued the

yang I lay morning will lie .1.1 I prices" do not justify shelling, Kun- II thin. They spend, too much energy. marketing, diseases and insects the first half of this year Chicken in office, moral turpitude proceedings,
\ ..t.( .! .I.. gnc| ..ulln by farmer' I i i ners arc sold to crushing mills :Nervous' disturbance hinders the and a study of varieties will be'' farms in the vicinity" of Worth. and being locked up in the HilU- .

which uNo purchase Spanish peanuts taking of food as well as the dig.. discussed! by a number of growers' injrton Springs are numerous, anJ I borough jail. When Keyes was NEW RIVER i iMr
rioiiit\. row ritonrcKS: that are unfit for sellingshelled Lion of food. Some people take '1 and specialists, nil) report it a profitable business. '' constable nt: DniirCity!. that city _

:NK: \iu.t FIVE: (:.\I.I.IISSill. and the residue from shelling enough food at times but never )' The Wednesday morning program'' Bob Dix filled his regular 1 was regarded as the sorest spot in and Mrs. PD.. Adkins of I''
\ ." /\II.Y "'01( :MONTH mills.I I will center on bulbs and bulb > appointment the state by motorists who werepersecuted Miami
give themselves an opportunity to pro- last week-end at !Sardis passed through!' here last I Iweek
)I copy of the bulletin may be obtaine reap the benefit. Then, perhaps' duction one of the new agricultu-] I church His sermons were well there to such an extent I II en route to Hawkinsville Ga.,

tmn.vtlr.-Another! Florida I ,! free, while the supply lasts next time they are not hungry. Irregular j ral enterprises! in the state which rendered to appreciative audiences. I hat warnings! ngain Dado City to visit the Intter's mother. They
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i.iw .-WH..I. l h\ the experiment station Departmentof I Ii were sounded all over the state.
I from the United States habit )lessen appetite.To is developing on a major scale I i The LaCrosse potato growers! association were accompanied by the formers
.- i-moiixtrutinir| the fait that i AjCr l'uaul'I''IIMhinttllll., D. C. be 10 under the I Tho pecan program Thursday''' will hold their annual Tho situation since has been remedied mother, Mrs! J. E. Adkins.
"i "i- |I"+-ot.l.| | to get hliih milk pro-i 7 to percent covers practically every problem of basket thanks. to the efforts of the Crystal Wiggins of Jacksonville
fjninesville; State road 2 bciveen weight. for one's height ,, 1 picnic nt Worthington ,
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due' in from Flurda. cows when they ,1 average/ : interest to this industry. and it is Springs on August 12. i Dade City government I I was a weekend visitor here last
..ir inii proper feedund I utten- ; \ Cninesville: and.' Micnnopy to and age means! )lessened! .efficiency i expected that a large number of --- .--- i Hnmrick was arrested prior to : week.

I..I' Mj.ie ty'n. Fairy Pogis. a Jer- .be surfaced. lessened resistance to disease. Extrcino j p"l'nntrowt'l's will be in attendance i BROOKERTroy I his suspended by Deputy Game I'I, Mrs. \\'- :M. Hodges and daughters

pr.su lured. nearly five gallons I! ----.- -- thinness sometimes means' i Warden Terry Kidder' and W. Si of Stnrke spent Sunday afternoon .

t in Ik evrry day in June, ac.'''| milk mind fit pounds of butter i displacement' of organs of digea- Japanese persimmons! pears! and Andrews of Morriston was i Cooper, charged with netting fi.hunlawfully. here with friends.
.' "< s tii words. just given out', In tho :HO) ) days during .Tune she j't tl'r'ltlu.'e,1 then lawn grasses will feature the program here' the first of the week with He was arrested Doccmbcr -----

1 I .1... M. :Scott iimmnl hili"". I 117 gallons of milk and !,j After the age of 30, of course it I Friday morning and the ornamental friend. ,' 2Cth. for shooting ducks unlawfully
m charge of the expert' 7:1':> .ri 'pounds, of !butter. This is almost I is better to be slightly underweight plants will he discussed Superintendent IL B. Wiggins/ of but the grand jury failedto Grove'sTasteless

'nt inn ht.ri. I II I I1"4 | five gallon!) of milk every day.Mr. j I than overweight but everybody' Friday afternoon ]: Starke, was hero looking after indict him. Charges for both
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milk production; record on good, productive ability arc greatly !;:, hob] the in place. j authorities in charge;' of arrange. '' and Mrs.' ;M. F. Wiggins of !, an B. Royull, state game commitsioncr. -
v !i. in \vht.h .he priiihiced. needed< !in Floridi< : to make. dairying '| ) organs; I ITo '' admits for Farmers' Week are making N'PW River, were here with friends .
.-.II..I- .r in,Ik :ind' nearly'' lemmterutive, 1 as I should.I ho- The|'| oxercome thinness food must1i plans for an attendance of over )j ;Monday. This same condition and coon Chili Tonic
."I"f I butter in :Mr:; dnys.t average Florida cow produces less I i tllkl'n'l'l1'lu.lIess;' of appetite, and l 1,000 farmers and farm women''' )". It. Gniney; and, daughter, Miss worse has been the .experience of

"" I .1 .' <>ti .\pJ, ; "0 than in iriilli'iis of milk a month ) regardless of I small digestive! dis- during the w't'k.uA'ust 9-11. i Lois, were visitors to :Starke:; Mon every state nt some time or other. Destroys Malarial Germsin

!. I. ii b-t Ma -,. 'I'., make this average higher., bl.t.1| turbunces. The latter do not always _HEEViL i i day.Mr. Some! including Florida may find, the Blood
*'. "i., \11\ ". to 'it. it total ,,..r _'? Ice, bait, ding and feeding are litres-i i mean that the body will not )BOLL : II'i.lEl'IN: : OUT snub Mrs. O- G. Strayhorn it necessary to establish. a state eoc

.1.' I 1 l.v., irii:. IM >f s.iry. i finally utilize the food. J I' Gainesville -Fla. Cotton I II of WtiUlo, spent Monday afternoon I I, trooper system that has met with -- -- -
Ifrow'S
I Suggestion fur Adults for Gaining hero with :Mrnnd :Mrs. E. M. i such a big success in other vtites.a a'
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( of Florida will be Interested in
Pioneer of Red River Trail \\l'iltht i station bulletini Huzpn.R. i Maryland, who has an eMeimhesystem
I a new experiment
I 1. Consult physician W, lirannen motored to Luke of hard road, throughout [RubsPainRightOuta]
your |i on tin- press. This is one r.f the
Putli-r lust I the .
Saturday.Mr state found that the mdinnry
2. Eat three regular mcuU slowly I must complete and. authentic bulletins
T; mid Mis. E.: T. Stuart and methods of copiivr with pceder
every day.i Issued on the' subject in recent MUSTANG
son. I'll ul. and Vises; Heuhih] I.t'wlsl I nnd law 1 breakers in general was
i Take; a light lumli such ua :, years' and. has "om.c..1I1'nt illustrations .
mad Josephine Chosser motored to !; an absolute failure, with the m'i."tilt
fruit fruit drink ur milk at 10 |, It is. written by Dr. LINIMENT
Gainesville' Sunday afternoon. that the
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j troopers w.'r.:1:tnhli 1 1 1i Wilnum Newell director Edgar E. : ,
A.M.: and .1 J P.M.; if possible. :Mrs.
J..hnhri'l'r The
was a visitor state troop system i I is put. |
t. i t. Sleep at least eight hours j Grossman; entomologist cotton In- to Sturko Sunday.Mr. )j 1 tcrned' after that famous body of ,, --- -- -
\esligntions. and Dr. A. F. Camp,
the same hours every night. : mid :Mrs. Casey Atkinson ofR'aldu men known as tho )' :Northwest ..
in charge of cotton work at the
5. Rest at least one-half hour ,
spent Saturday and Sunday Mounted Police law enforcement
Con idt'
stntion. j r now ordering Fertilizer
either morning or afto'nuon. I iG. experiment I hero Ug guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,', road patrol and general supervision -
Take moderate exercise out of t I Any interested Florida. farmercan Vance Russ i iA. over rural sections is placed in'their for .summer application jj jj"SIMON

h ,>ewr doors every day Avoid secure a copy by writing to the 'j A. Il.izen was a business visitor hand*. The government of I II
over- experiment station at Gainesvilla. : PURE: AND: GEM
tigue;' or lit rain. | to Gainesville :MondayDvvight this) body is placed' in the hands of
7. "Take life avoid and asking for a copy of bulletinISO CITRUS BRANDS":
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easy worry Godwin of Gainesville is the state officials, who appoint an
keep still. Talk about the pleasant 1[ I t the boll weevil. bulletin. here spending a few days with his ,: executive, who In turn organizes 1 Time Tried and Crop Tested

.; -,. things of the day. | NOTICETo cousin Ernest Matheny. the force along military lines and. i

8. Rut plenty of fresh and dried I i; J. p. ;Mutt made a business trip'I' competitive! examinationSOrTHEASTERN Simon Pure :0;" 1 Am Pat 4 12 APA 4

fruit<. all\ farmers and ;jrrjtrers: Tf t to; Starke last Saturday ,I tM'rn Fruit and Vine 3 10 6
'.I. Fiat: more starch, foods cereals you are interested In prices of fertilizer S. M. :Mutt was attending to bus. RATES !I ; (rem';,Iru.Can Special, I 4.12.6 2-10-If 2 4 10 12 ID t

breads potatoes I I or needs bo sure and comep I I ness in Starke !Saturday. I ARE HELD JUSI'IFIEDII! / 1! Fruit anal Vine 5 percent
p Special'
I Ill Drink milk or cocoa made to the regular meeting of Starke L. It Gainey :Mr. and Mrs- A. -- Citrtu Special. 4-9-8 4 3 fl S 8 6
with milk. Leave off coffee and Growers' Association at county I Surroncy and son, :Mallie motor! Washington July 29.-Proposed 1 j 1 nt-m orange Tree 4 t t

s tea agents office in the court house on )I, ed to Gainesville. Sunday morning. J charges for the use of refrigerator |IJ| Grin Tanirerlni 5'i 12H 7H
It. Use: wholesome desserts :\[. P. Matheny was a business in the ( | Get now price list
4 more Saturday, August 7, at 3 p.m. : : cars transportation of fruits : order early
4 fR such as baked or boiled] cm- j promptly; business of importance ; visitor! to Jacksonville\ Friday- j vegetables and other perishable 1 J Quality first fair prices and

lards. fruit whips with cream and to every man interested his own'' It. P. Gainey and R. W. Bran- freight in less than car loads between prompt shipment. 33
I other combinations of milk eggs welfare. We all want seeds,; all len were transacting business In' points In the southeast were I]1-a years
and fruits. want plants; all want fertilizer and 1 II Lake Butler Thursday.Mr. I found, justified today by the Inter- |!' !';I manufacturing fertilizer for
... 12. Use a moderate amount of I : Nat Williams of Starke, was :state Commerce Commission. Florida growers. Cash with
-NE.V. Chicago Durcau but less lean meat and cheese' i *I visitor in our town MondayMrs The I order discounts
Napoleon Hayden Latelller. Manitoba. Waa vanity the most picturesque eggs; taken regularly, will help you make I proposed charges are to be 13 per 'cent.
13. Drink water generously to E. J. ard and son Del- applied over the lines
'cur tn an oxcart pageant held recently for he was u regular driver a start in gaining. of the Atlan. E. O. Painter
sea the lied river trail 60 years ago. Ills father Peter Hayden opened 3 glasses a day ), 15. Diet will not do it all. Use I bert' are spending n few days in tic Coast Line and Seaboard AirLine Fertilizer Co,
tar Gal northern trail along the river. Napoleon ttlll hag the cart he used 14. If you are extremely under rest quiet relaxation! regularity, *Quincy ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. : and certain of their connect. Jacksonville/ Duval Co. Fla.pp .
M drive, with It* original set of bull hide tires. weight phoaphorlzej cod liver oil resolution. GraJy Relle)". Ions but will not apply over the j',
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LEWIS AND CLAR : ''EDITION .: nl \.'. .. "if 1 dint. .tn 1".1, util.nimti I.

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j TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I I''''' MM hit rt ti.upil In two 1 i1 .I'I>' "I.11"1. utH comniiMvhMia i I' \\ \! .. f .nlUr. or if .iiI 1 'toIII

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I I, i hI the ,lotu* u'iitjlu. i'".., "'.111,1)" III",".,' nlil ,h., EI-
M Improved 1 bein> winked, out now b>' lleibertL. i 'uni I hit'I 1 \11.1'1"nI '.' { ,' t > I ) mil, noith\MKt, 01 V KI.mh. rtrilmnt, of v,.n' K r- 'ltj'

"limited, for Milton 1 Ihidil.! owner and! publisher of I I'.I i t I ii" 1 I 11"in,.,, .1 ,IT"I son, lU'iontlU ,' I t 1 II. II..I''M thit ntiKh. Couk Luunt' )'. I lIlMWU, nn.l t., nil ('
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\1'i' I I I '1 Ilk. Jt'l'H iflMllt f,>li t."h' 1 l cifttinn. Imvinic or rliilinliiic. nny .nil ,r..i.tin t
ititurv. according to the lake City Reporter) u loialweiUy 1,0 > 1 t MIotaI "( piiih, t 1ht folhrntnu < | lntl.t.( i I. I
II'' i i I. f.M t t h ,it 1 tti' IMMIH, "|.irh'M oT th.I tIl I".rn,1 nr "
who said mlllln'e.11'; ] todd itatid '''MHlhl)' hostile }1.1",."* In .1hc .r ftrn.tfu'l., I aiM%
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,, f the features would l> thut lie is conducting n survey h"re : -i.u"i[ i 'u\ti' iiiltWithout, hi- To
,,0''i. line between here and ascertain whether the fitld 1 i i"ripe" i- : ''I-..dl'. in ni"roti ,11'nOR 'h,' 1MII| I .. I,.>. H Urn thi'h, t'. I 'rI,.. ...11 '."I? of th, .n.irthuiftt I II .,.i.mt.rj

.1 I It 'lM t I j I.r thf ,"."'r of cciUm I lw. !\i'.
.1 I i.I I"l.Ti l IHl- I 'I'" <> 1111 II ItUth.it '1 ill> i 0' .rl"noi"
11. where the bulk of the for thi.. proposed iluil.\ a'ul 'it ::5. :1..11..1"I' 1..11:, ,' *'' I'Wl"u' I'A<>
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,., i transacted., | if the necessary support i I. as like* thai, nf .11.,1, I lui! .I.]H.an i outIrit11 ,. I: "I ami south ..r tin' h- | Ihe, nurthwtut. .'(.' of t thu .outluBMtiimit ,

the paper will be e.tablihed.: .,ui ","" '\ hoHtilc n.itloiiniul r : 4 i ,f (th<' (*.'luruM, ? i 'hl. MM in i' .r. 'tin' north 1'hnlf of the n"rlh".t? "

p I, I immk :Springs' ", .-Lociil ft, ,.tl ti> in:,lint.it n it I II.,m. -1",1) .,. [ ',\.,, .tu "AHIIIIII' (Me unt I!i ""0"I'i" .f the I nit I 11111.1 uunrter, utnl I ih* -
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endeavoring to | inir urni\' for tin* |I"n ... I tmn tf its s I I tu Ht LIMIIH' HI I'lItt'lIilt.'i| i jiI I I tSet hnlf of Stntion: ; Fourteen.; Th'P'
tr" i n n are 1 I 1 ; Kiuht St-titli, Itiuu* rM nim.i EsuvIrI. i iI .1
th tate to co-operate 1'artow.: -The building contracting .unI..r.'" : I hi. hot hnlf of I thi I thIn ho.'nt miHrtrri

| ,t firm of Albinson and Selmnn SiM'IIH'd.. 1 I.111 IMUIH nidiith, '.* thf "',11) lit f i sod I Ihr u lint hli of i the Hotitliumt, qunrtrrof \

them in planning a ; I : Ii uimfiim\t-d|| i ;'".I itn\ t h\ ., Section ""''1. 'PiAinthiii, I'luht: South '

lang contest here and it ", .1' Itnrtnw, has been nwardod the ThaI tho SHIM-IV| |i"'t|'UI.] ,t..l l n.ittonn : ; | hlMtuiiiitiH' nnd \\iitt-is, n """".' ''''' > .,.. InHt I .

of t for the construction of the .> the oiKttin' putt uf tlu. ii.nttmntshould \ thrlnni i'M nl th<. lim 'lite ntuihinr I >t dtintttr I I of I the Coil h'sst \

the tate department "",', 't to iu'iiiii| '*' niul m l nl I ttmtt'Ht, nil "Th 1 '1".1'1., I hi' .ennt, liiilf of the noultuiiHiaunrler i 1 I
grapefruit to be er- 1'11'1'1. nf (th. noitlunot .. '
the movement cannery (|uiiit l irnnuMit f.\;
tureiews I Ily hold thtMint tr-iilUM-v to Hit I i.'ni'i-. I TI' "
\1"11"1" 1 U>U One. Two IhrevMnd Pour sod
vor. and operated by Hills Broth *i'fitMI 1 ., to mnnv n .roJ..1 fri ii. hl I ill i uanlvnl hI I the* uo\rrmM ,ilu, ..1", Ii,went Qunrttr of thi northtnntiiuitrttr ,"

of New York. The cannery with d.mjror, lull "' ", of th '$" Ntillh, I ''k'I.I. MMII, nf St'Ctiuit 'rwpnty-two. Test linhill, !":

DeFunink Sprinks be built on tract bought from -NEi ar KrunclBcr, Huronuftf ; Iceltir..I '> uf I fuels inUiHHIlinpH i ,, ., \VaHlunKttin ..".1 t I m' Kiyht. ".nh. ,..I.nnitr, Tw.nt'y.I, o I':"'". I

ir Admiral Charles. Fremont IIR "' then the' |, : of ht. 'Ihe S..h" giidrtiT of the nOrthwest
park i is being converted into .. Armour Fertilizer Company, \1 ul'nl.II' | of StTlioit ""..nty'hr. lowimhip t.
Honil U S N retlrfd, rerunoi lo Infant country I""hl from l-Vim. I l.ot'al I ('oltu 1'11"11\1, "th., IitiItf.. 'I Kitrtt:
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ground for children and, lying just west of the western lim slav on the shelf ulihoUKli' tie IMn i the lii,nit. that VMIH I. IIi.t k.. 111 1'lilt .iinrttmol I "lift' "'ni..o lr I noillhrimt

ple The park will be of Bar tow, on the :Mulberry> <.urlSO >.. .n s oU He In. shown od $1.1 t CM 1 \\cr1.1 |>ou<'rCVdrd -S- .1"1 I t tra.n of Ih,' On-1, i. .1 tinru.r of S< ttiort' '1'wi'>nt>..nix, Tow nnliipMirhl .

and I here just nfti'r completing n hike nf In l IM'H' tar I the ,,,1 Miuluni, I U.uliuatl. \1 with amusement | ilIIIIil'.I.| nnd I tho b.rnl' ndm' i.tniitniiftit' li t. I I-i\e Sill 81. nf Sue- '
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151 his liomp In HuliflcCalif \' 'H..U'10. HUM tn< a
cihtio and a larger play mi. 11".111 : I oiumlonMIM t.1,iKtn i linn OIIP., Tonimhlii, ,. Nine Rnnv
A'lmlrll eel'\'Ctl under }I.r..nl Mate* i>f I.O.I.lu.u( ,. Ai, kmian. ,1011 1."th.

will be built in the large | Tarpon Springs; Kla.-George; 6uni un In Ionl Okl"hl'1. K.in, U". t'uloi..tdi" -Tr- "' tar ann 11".1 "I'| I. i l\ttntylvo. IHl: lihnl
llJll nml of .
toiitiimniM Ni'ilhtti'ttl In I vim inch you litI' no'ilntl tofli
rounding the Big Spring. ", Jr., noted painter, who died i I : isocu ri. I low.i. MlnnH i "ta N.th, ,',,. i.. I..H, tnidrt anil. lit.It' '|'it'nr tti mtid 111 uf ontilmnt, | In Ih.
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I Innnifa end tJuulh: Ikol.' U )',wimiiK a.nilIonttanis itlHvt* l\N-.l Cs,. on I lie I 16tbtlnv
iii h.'r M..I.y.
night had made his winter: rnr vontaintd I u iimi
nom: ) SCIIEift'I.E: :$ \ *** of A A I I'. VOJti
'. State roatl0.:: 1. I | | $. hluai-t" niul that) "I.t.
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I here for many years. Lust n\cn before thu |'urihn't i J. fTrr I It U l-iirlh.r Onlerod fhiit I Ihln Or.lrrof
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nionh known at the OM I son WOO nnxiotiR to ntart I Cit' i.utly |").hh.t ail guilt',ii i\ I'ltliHcntlnn lit ,..' rn.-lt w.ikr
he to this city as a A.M 18thsehcilulc nn cxplora publtathid out
gave 12.01
Effective ., i | iiias nl .
nearing Jul' lion or the tetiitoiy u,'it uiul I 1 n".rl"l.'I fur 1 toithii HUM* u. i kn I in llrmlfonl
Trail. 11 inpiilly ( i '" >rial to his father, a park in I changes/ anti will lul'lh. I "II" of I Ihv ntn, th\.tHt i.unl 1' 'r.I"I.II.h. I lI'SSi.I np ,0 "I'" >. I
of the of NVc,*. .
city I 1I l
the stretch through < I Hill. t'\rlliHiKii' thi coil| Il? M* plrctilattoii In lIruslfurl,
ti.ni on it to l0: ." ) .n.'r,1
is planned erect $
and when a 1 run us follows: real Izt'd Ha Import.mot" *. i"<>all/I "'i| I th.it i : fh' !2.I",1 "''"11 gt I; I : |l"t.i| t | a inonuint'iit' 'iiinly' t"lordUI .

tountv (Holmes) I I"Ill' ) niUHi'iiin and art enter. It was Xo. 1. Jiirkinnvtlle to Tampa, Ill fuither vtM lay the rh h i Sr t *. IlIit Site (r-Iuinl) U it! "rt jtMil' \' : ( Vliui'nt.1,1'11., AmorIIM ..1.1111I I Ill"SF A SI lUIUKM'n nt 1'.rk.' I.nl.I"o .

pitted, I will undoubtedly, :Mi[ Iiinpw' l H\ pe that the me- ,,duo Stake 11:00 P.M.; lIon terrItory htM t I.y Spuln. 11) tnt -* (he, i 1 "In atm. vlmtttl 1"'," ('luau I Mth ihiy .. ,

of the 1 best pieces of hi ,ir the exioritlon| nt Ki-win .mt| |> '| |1"1'1 I I' .
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I would become a shrine for Xo. 3. J.K-k.somille to Tumpn, lark actually wi-ie I 1 I. tui iiI,1i.I$ ', I $. '" M..IM"I.. It." \11':81 Ih,, 1mm, nml ."0'' of (7. W
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it 1U.I. irianco I $ "" "" ) (Iirat
i instruction, in the state lovers and studentSanfnrd *- ,iluo: Stnrke 10:3.: : A. M.Xo. had cwleil the territory I hll.,,,_ 'I" I" l 'iHstiirI' I, .IM'\.I 11,1! I"' l ly l.t-wtn KitlH l I ho.mnl rmso uf(in I..rk nl Court nf nll, Court n w1 ,

IllM'll, I :: 303 Jalk"ol'it to \Vc>.t Cost $J500Vnrlous I "'"1,1-.1 I'V' { I Ant>thi'r iiu>iittnuiiiiii 1 W. AI.DKHMMN.Clvrk : .
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for "''tl'it'I i t i ""i n 1,1 '
-Citi/ens< hire are great; Palm Bench, due Starkc 0.r.O: A.M. iltlavH at I 1'nnnir'a' "i"uri'y, ldiiht,,, >, Circuit ('.u"I. llinlfortlfPTA
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Winter Pm'k.-A totul 1'.111'.1 Illl.I 1"1 (U IIk.lh., ', IIII I I "a\ HIM'm in lacier ( I,) County, Hor.il ,
encouraged( ( over the prospects Xo. 811 Jacksonville toVest 1803 it was "ntt-d 1."I.y tu ,' :1.'Itwe t 11,1 1\I" HUH I 5-i'll.I I I II Taik.'H1'1 Ili'I'liO A IMNK11N.:

silmlar, :>hips was won by from the United I i I nlnikn. I lorhln.
an early report Palm Beach anti St. IVtcTHbur, -- -- --- --- I
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and l sophomores !" < / -- l Jol'clton. for Complntnnnt., I
junior ". di trlct engineer: who had due Starke 10dO: 1.\1: : "f i 1'iilihc, In-tntctiini, nf Itrntlfnrtl Cnll'Y. I lr HinithiiiMt M'lnrUr,' uf Htcllon I Two I : 1 ,' ( SfVlltm II uf Arilrle; Ml t I .7.\0.1.8.8.
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Knllinx( College in the pint .hnrl!(! of the survey of the St.Iohns :Xo.: 2, Tampa to J.ix due Ptnrkcr 1 1., "tili. "II nc. \c "',,1.l, I>MH' fnt. tinluirchnite I'ln. Nc.ih hiilf of Ntirthin '1".r.' ('.n."I"liii of I ilir Stilt of I l.'r ---- -- ------ - -

according to Registrar : *i 1M.OOflOrt) $hpt-citil' I -lux, Met ,,.i 1 I''Diction Kleven ( in.I I : nml nil I > log to Munition:, Ml"I I" IIll': MtIF I : AK $rOlMHMllt 6 |I.t:II
river from I'alatka to San. >::0- A.\1: 11.1.I.t Ni tn "rvil KlHliUt: n. "f Hiu.lf.rr.I Itfiuiity of N'irthuisi iiimrtcr, of North\\it .| .. "d by hit.. Kinlatun of .HIP 4 KM: I 101' MIIIIMIH I

Ta-i in his general( report, According< : to plans beingvorlvtl Xo. .1 I, ) to Jn\, duo Sturko I Ifirliln. bnn.lit. on ur .fnw I tin- I t't.. J I"I iim Smith, nf I'til.Uc. Rout In 1 II.rl.ll. : I

big the opening of the fJtt, '- Tunipn i>M il'sti'n f I thirty rlnyn. fiotn I th*, lit th l out many of the short. 1 1:02: P.M.Xo. ; AIIUU I t. .\. l I' ; .lh' .,r.c. of tli' h Itiuiue l Tw.'n.y I ( 1:nutOn 1, .A r"I"luv I I tin Cm. titullnn Idnby notice In wK.n thaI tlm (1.,1
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of the college on ( .trurHon of the Itilt I ; .I. : LC:: ;: : I '.f Iloml 'I ,'-ti.Ii''l Urn.I ford I .
jour !'\'"" in the river will be eliminat! :: "01 I Tampa to Jax, 4uiit>.In.nd'll of Iu""c In I nl'I.'n.| I' tn roitiplnltit I .- of 1 ii.r to IMu- .. hill ''I.l'I"'hll. ',
M'nled ( *
cue (I" i ,. 1 utll for
Mturko, Dori.ln I hefon* LI Sixth r.I\
I nt ctniMinn
Cnunty. .hl
u I tin P IH I h.', by tiurt-d .
17. liiUOrmam.i! :!( IrI',1 Ilo.iln. t niinu* M ,
..1 and. when theie will 1..1 of County.
completed purrlmfttt of S Ir' "< I.d.
StnrKo : P.M.; s i.1 i'tiili.r. \ i D. I li'.W. otherwise tin l lN bo mibmltttd to (lie RliftuiM 01"

vlu'L a minimum depth of 12 feet of 1:1" VnnnctIlrmuh" > Snlil ItomU nru 'to ill fitted July l lot IDJ. >(.ntfnnti of .HIM, hill nf .""II.h,. ', .. nt I thf "!,'n. "ml Klirtion: I of .f .the County, nnd I of |It fiiidfi I I .rd hit. Ktnte I I''tI h of dny Florida ofXiiKUtl -

I Citv.-Finani-lnl I \ mil I nn, t h,. I ut ,it t. "",nn"ll(mm if 'l I.- I,1 1'a k r'n: fiT ConfiHMril: fiKflltmt: ; you; '. | \,,. I I J'Utl, for iipprovnl or up 1..lu.h""
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All the from Pa- 11120HH'd
(' way down It In furlhir. ordtnd I hut, thin ) I I.1.
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0:30 ,, ,, ho
1 tntt nt I
Xo. 101 l Leaves Stlu'I,1 : \\1 ''00( alt'h.) nnd to unr 'r< t n.lo. i ( iHindn, In I IH* I the
bunks show, cininty nrc .1..1
mi'iits of local ,toll iuh'I nct' f ,
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ka, thus peimilling much larger: Ni,. 102 Duo Stnrke 3:15: P.M.T. ; uii nf .1 K IM"i. nut 1"1 annum, ,piiynblct I \MHKH. In.Hriidfonl. \.1. r",F.l..t, ri't, I I D. In nI"I.n, I.. I lu.- Ill iI tiro 1'"lr'l dtiy of July. I IH-Ml. and mo ,, b. Iniltinmtimlionii
County
nifmlmis, increase. in this of [ mi-iimtuuU nn the 1:SI t tIny of .Inni I In thin, \ u he of I tmo.0(1( lath nil tu
to make city a port I' ; ".loy| flSs'lil.l.rr| | of VfH" nil ." .. 111.1. .
with intercutcuiipmm
during the J. Griffin, Agent. i>in> nnd .Inly .r tnrh yinr In Suirkt1.. Itrinlfunl' ., : i I ,o,1 I'tind Mhnll cot,. I thu liar Interi'Bt tit' tli rule uf Mix tier clot :
capital tock past > < : : \
i nltjiclml 'l lie ,.ro.I.,1, and In- 1011.1..1 1 ( of I Hit I I InttTiHt of lie HtntoI i t'r: annum,, pnynbh:* npnih.iitntiuily.:: on tIe

acuirding to a compilation .- --- I I t< it-,1 t uf .111 Itnmlit nr- ptiMiblv at I tlm l'I..hll.\\ lI'NRSS thi. I Hmmmlilc, A. V.. "" I I ", nml I *if tlu. oin> mill smti, lIlt I ri tnt dny, of .1 nuuuinry, fill .1 uuly nf encN

I complete, ,!. The increase Sl'I'iUI"TE IE "TS REPORT: |I hun""'1 h.I. In Iw City nn.l tho i ludtri* WOODLAWN Slut* uf /s >, \ irk.ii. f im m' IIH I nn,t officiitl, I j ,.., within Ihi* county mid nil ;| ,niincipnl, nol Intrn-Ml *>f Hiiid couuiy bmidann ,

posits show a gain of $ ( : ( rinnncial) >lnli1 for out la1M4iinnn t I.r I thf 1(' .rk I. .lvn"lur.thiH f'oiirt., thin the I | by I thi* I tulnlntiiru, which 1."y"ll. nt tlic biinkimc, hou. nf the

the past/ or I I. r the itmnlh ut Juno, 1KB. < (' im.l th..rlnrhnl( nf HtiUI hondM .IHV of AiucuM. A i 1020.I nil other County School, ..",1. I II,,is, r .. ,,iuinl Kaiik. I in the City and
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over year :Miss[ Gatlnrmun] :: last G.n.nl tichnol undo I ,lull' lit. 1'1,11.. f 1.000.011 thi> iHt diiy of I (Htitlj .<}I. W. Al.I>ii
per cent. spent Pal. Juno 1. HUH -_--__ ______ MA'.PO' Inly fiioh, ytur irmnfnir with HOT nndi <*"'rk Circuit Court" i.rmiroxl ('... | by ins und .hnl. I ,bi. .1..1. b, II I Ii 'I I he ,ninoiint, of bondn offtrrd for ..1..1.I.

('(' in Jacksonville, the guest of. K>CIII>I. ilunnu ninnih --_ _-_u_ .4(11( .J1 i luhntr i IH> I'M' I"I I. I.,|t. it .ill I". ",'rtl.'l i I !, i Idinrd .r I i I." ; ttt $ I fill.Uiin' on nn.l t'h.I princlpnl"' uf aanl.unity

\Vnt'iuflts, IHKUIX! clunnit month __ BU54.R5Illil. I fur mid, MotnlM, on or liyforo thr. ripi ..Ion A. H. Crews, the K'"'port nnd niuinli. .nntic* of <.. bond" Hluill' to dm, .",1 pnynblc In

Tampa.-:More rigid \ '". July 1. I I"J A __ h__ _____ JJW.tlllDlilrlct of thirty, \nyn\ from thin 6th ,ltiv of AuuuntA 'I Si.llritor fur Cumiilninnnt.I NClionht l'r .u.I.I.| thI, inch, .,h. from ritt .. Iblrly, "H" rwprct-

:Mrs. Cecil Island returned to her No. I. I).. H>-'I. AI bhMi-m nr. wm ir.nl' '0' ,..,",. und tlinl riliul ion nbc I bo I fully front dale, tliertof, and I bit tunnedin
of building codes. licensing of Itiil,. ..luni1 1 I. H'J 1 .__ .uu______ 1TII? '..i,.tIlt with county hurl of J'uIlimInstrtitlI'n. i I I i .s.r..us. /,'n"'HI" Inw bntid ,upon ..". .l.- I I, ,Merlin HidH will I I bn ncceplcd, up tn 2 .O)

tractors a 'better state lien in Jacksonville Sunday after Hictlpla during month __u_--... 38.1; n rrrtifiil check for fivv per i iI ,Illiiti' of clnwmficntiini I to bo do odnck I'M I "'I AuifUHt I7lb.. 1112)1. Alt .

several here with \\nrnntn |1..1' | iluilnic mi.nlh, .. I i I I I ,.lIlt nf thu nmnunt or mild, hl. Hnid chick j I Ktn so'h, l 13> tlu, I
workmen's compensations days Mnl July I. l"t t _--_______--_ 08.1 '" IK* mndf. tiytihli' to tlm I of ""uhho'n..ru.tl.n I I I.ulch nm nirritnry of mid llonrd of U.no }jlI ;

vored at a meeting held in < parents :Mr. and ;Mrs. 1). B.rownilllr. Di.lrlct N. J.llnl. i I of Hrii'lfnr.l. Ouniv. I 11.,1.' I (" (' ,t ri Jmllclnl, 'I I runteoti nt 141' I I'Inrldn n r'rt ,! > Ichtrk
: :_ __ "" i 'IIOc.fpls I I ..I : ( M-HOI: I.'I'I'IO'' Ir.I..in. nn ; :: '
= ,
Juno, 1. All bl'MorN iditillrlfy' th. t >,. Itrn by the state branch of ilunnu month ______---- 330.60 I which' tho biiMiTM will .comply, with tlut > .1 I II. ItiiHi" .u.'y.uriil .r. ICHittlnir I th.Ju- ; of 1.11. 8"il chick, I. bit. pnynldo 10 the

General Contractors of A C. L. Milliard and family spent x\minni, > MMii-il ilur,,, n"n'h.- liwoo' 'trmt ihmof nftcr, notice, I IM irfvon by the Von.ln t:. Inmnn.Coniiilnumittu. I I">i.t1.rl.I.luirtnii'iit, b I.Know.n nd toil. of Imtid I trtutti-N of llrndrurd ('.uun'
"
Hill., July I. 111211 u_______.____ 4T6.14Dlnlrlrl ..ni.Ionr.1 tlmt d'I.r of tho ban !. can ty. I"InrfdnMl .
delegates, with relatives at Raiford.( I! 41 I ..rhl Artlilc' j of
Tampa report a No. 3. I N* mn.liCfrtifii'd>. ."nl Mpiclfy, the nmnunt

I sentiment in favor of these Wade Wainwright of Jackson- O\'rtrnf Jim. I. 1W __ .__ 221.sl clock rcfTrcd to nhoxr I lit to <;..tire \U'. Coif, tt nl., I .Mnrfdn. by, : I tht. Klidnlurn. .r I hue I..ml hll'r., r. ., Ih, i lime' within which .
.U 1 ,
riurinif, month WZ1 HIM, .bidder ill comply with the term
| u.uu bi nf IN fnniluntHllrrtir 'S
triliirnndt roni '
n .
'
ure,. 1Ilp wnu a visitor here Sunday. Wnrnrnt Inunl ilurinu month 211112.2 7 '1".1.1 I. f,1 ;:; f"lIuwlnir sn'nIun'n: tti"I! : A r- ;I tltennf I .* Kin by the nnldSurrliiry
I 1.I.n.. wlh th,. bid nubmlitid in the I nf 1'"bl.l"n. N,,lir. to Kntiwn i ; thi- ('..iiHlil.it, ion i, nf; I ono in I. ''it g
__
._
;Mr. nnd ;Mrs. L. R. IH-nmaik of "nl July t U'-'rf __ nu 86830 uf itiii>ptii'ici. T Much bitl HP.I t h. nknuwn l.fondln'.. In Suit lo |Item, I an ", II I of xiiid. 1 rl.h. I II. of aol Moind 1 of Hond Trim tern -
1..i,
II.lrlrt i. 4. I I full tbr of i h.* hillIer, pom I I Hint, ,livery of llomU can l b. m.I.
ure nn Inn Tlllr. UrThi : .
'I.ul. IMict I silo .hrr'iy nirrct'd and'
'k om'\Ile.\ Sunday here _____ ______ I. '
Tallahas MC .-Citrus fruit ( spent dnl June I I. h. 12J ely> with the ti rmn lIme dish, becnsIt'rI I ( cheik l I nlMive nftrreil. to I I. to
thrn-of. C'Mriph.lnnot fit. I to tin* of the .rll.,1
h.'ln. .
__ ___. .ulmlt..1 .I..r ,
IiO"WnrnnlK
quarters for the state ,lur lII relatives.Mr. Iticflptn ilurlnir, month n Jon.ooUnl n. "'I"'d.1 t dnniiiiriii, anil boutriinnl ,'.'" hill of rottiphifnt In the nlHtv- st' I 1..11, nt .tinn.*vt .,'m.nil .1"l 'u'. | l. .1 a. HuarnntL-o of rul I complliince :

of theVatt'i' Innui-il d"rln. month -- |Iy, thn Hnnrd HK diimatrm nn nctMiunt rnif. nnd' h hmln "|< """"h',1 nn order I t on the first Tucndny, ', nn"'r :: ,: : wlfh I HIP Idd: niilmiiltid.: ';.e.n'.i: !In tie I
will be ; nnd ;Mrs. J. S. Snpp i I. HUH' 47.75 the of andtin
coming season July ----------- of t the non-performnnct' of tho terms iiiinnir| .. 11111 I i..ol.i 'H il, ft'nilnfitti I. Monday, in N. .oh'r. I 1"f"r'1 i Mlit tif ntcitniire| .
Na. S. I I on the I, pnrt of Ibi r loMimplv
the Iri- uf I bid of .Iht. "h.I.
HamoH City, the. state Oak section were guests ________ tm tl oli,1 1,1 r.n.lnin'' nml I or ..j..t.n : ihall
Hill June 1. with I I the ti rmn I "
1' u 8nid blind art* tn hi* io.Uf>d f.r t h t>"irpr |ih nil ,.n.wur or ,il.-inurn. ( JuHticn, of tlio S'l- .1..1 ".
of agriculture announced, ,, ot'1'; [ and ;Mrs. J. S. Nor (II..nipt* ilurinir, month __u "..... 8101 ... nf ,piirchii-dnir nil*.. ">l','cl inK .m )him) (suit, 1"1. t. f.. 11.I .. SI it.. of I ahull I II I I" n.tifldiTid nn 1""onl,1, dinaiKd nnd

\\ nrnnt' Inmtnl ilurinir month ._ SOIl and fiirninhlni( H.n". for (hi NOW 'rlIlKsrIt.': ; .. IN I .I'' ', .r.II/ "'I.. I1 I 1'tlnincd. I hy Ih.I .111 tinnrff of bond
.. N.'i. h..by I ( i I
Approximately 150 Inspectors Kill,. .1 oI3 I I. 1 1"2" uu______._____ 218.8JDl.trlct h"Iln" ,. t .1"1. .1 1' I,runt i'I'i.'iihl .
man.Arthur I' frot MchmdM within inid Hprcinl I. I.v.' w. r,|r. If nlKf. "r If ,"'n.I of flint tt-rm of tha
::! ) Crews of Raiford was n No. .. ,, county honiln ar b initud un I
Vie employed, at compared ___ 10 VKiCflptH .o ; In x 'h..1 ilfntrietHtild lilfl hrlm. ilrviriiiH. .KiitiH M. rrniiiii, M uuri 'In th yi'nr .{ 1112.. foil .
Hnl I. IVM uu --- "I.' Clinoti' I tit I I "' of AllIs nfstrnnrdlmtry
here Rntul' la '. J.n' nrnlpil bile I I. 1. opcntd Iy unidHritird iiMNlirnM ; hriinnn 1 1 nirnlnirwuy, Ir I y. thiiinfltr. j 1 I .1. Spiclnl
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nt Orlando the hendqun < ) ilurinir, month __u___ 467.61lVnrriitii I? : nt, tin clock A. I Btpt'mb\ Ill h. or if ? I .hln helm. .!cI .-M. .. .. HIion of lullS" of the Stalaf
will here :Mondav[ Imnlxl ilunnu month ._ 2155.02 .1'n.l. 1..n. I riorldu, nnd to bf l.*uifd. for lim ptirit.iHe -
Iat M-nr. The offices will (' open : I IOST nt the office nf the Supt rinli'nili>nt nf I.i-t (otrltrnl.my I I >
Misses Annctta Hnl July, I I. !"I20 _._--_____- ".!- I'nblic !10.lr.e'l., i.f *.nnl cminiv H'! ". ).. .1"If II...log. .or If fli-nd. to hi.r | RKSOI.UTIOV: ; I'rnpmdntr, nn :i of icrndinu nnd hurl mirfacinw cii ..,-
ened September 1Vjhlwood.The. UNt .', with Dl.lrlet I Star I ,.. I '.. ,.. nIl rnff rvlniri \IHIIH., |l'gflti. 1".1.I tn Hctlun I IM I) of tlu' l i-rlfirn- I J i lit, "ublh, roniU nnd Improvinir nnd nrad
: irrnnl4c or I :: ::: : : :
:07 __ l"rh' : i '
._ ._ /.r,1 .I.n.
Ilimi Ills and, Pebble) I'hillips\ i ni'" Hnl. .limit 1. I'US 211 R i'h" Will I. ..j,'ct nni, ni biiliIU ,' Itowon n".1'n, I r hntOnintl I Idi/hlH In I ML-I Cnsuluulhuu, of the l I.lIlt cither pidilia' n.fldn of null llrndfor.l.
lucnpu ilurmit month ---------- 12.38Unrii I nrdi'r of .thi* Hull' ) nf PublicInnlrtictinn ..il.r IH llvlnir. or If ilinil.'. .thin I Hnrfdti.. Kfdntinir( Ii. tho Ownl l itinty.. riori.lu'.
\ dates for >nf. IniitiiHl r.un. i. 11 i/nintt or
___ "H.
.
July 1. I 1420 uu Z23IlUtrlct In thv State of I II I ihe I tight ti nnd nil bldrtMy .
Wildwood< ,, motorcade to ;Messrs. J. S. andV.. 11 Norman \I.. W. 1IKI.ITtK: Mlunxrnl 't nil piTHon. firms nnil .'. r J,1 It fly
10. 9. I by I'ori itnt>ra. I order of ( ,rl of bond Iruntica ofItrudfnrd
f'httirmnn nf th. Pnnrd of hnvlnir' I. .
visitors to Jackson- Hnl June I. 1'JJH ___ _.__ _____ MR'l"e..I. .hho In.tIO- rl.nM. or oh.iin. Oily .
business, .
Flotilla and, south Georgia \\ : .'. ilurinir month u_ M.01 tion of "Prndfonl County rlorldn.ttif u th.t crrinin plt>eo ur iinrcc-I' nf I ,\.1 by I tlu. 1."i.I.I.I'$ of the I I -- u I : H M \TTIIKW8.Chnlrmnn. : .
cided 12.00Unl. rord' Mlowinv, nmi'ndrni,' I. tho Hnnrd uf Ilnnd. Tniilni.tflNt .
Seer f rouni Stntc of .
.
Chus. Harrison of July' 1 1. I'ljD ____ .._____ ry > t1"h'" known ,.
of commerce August 10. ; nnd ;Mrs. h ) R.6.5t-ii.3 nintrlcl No. 10. | \ r.l.w.. < I f thi* I I'fcliiriitlnii f KntlttH of C A. I"'CT* II.
12. The trip will start on \ wereisitors here :Hnl. Juno 1. lu.8 __ ________u__ l 10' 11IbCpliitH sIttI l.f..tn.n sIx( Irti" .,except p .n.1 n hiirlif:utrlp .of, IHIH' f !lii ft ,utlon. bo und I the ...m. la In r- '-t'lntniy, Ifinird of thin! TrunttenIft .

_
,day morning, the return to be < ,nday. WarrnntH dl.in.Itintiril dunn month __n th__. ._ 2143 NOTIf F f..i ii. width, I off of tin* End en.l ,,f | i ti.. nnd tht* Hum. iihiill be nub ':|.".1.I
m ti .
< u Mfix ) u.unlifl..ll't, ,ij ol I .thi Still .
nil Eight: ,
thi
business Kill July I1JB 178811Di.lrlct n I. P'1 mirvify
Friday giving I
----- I for ratlflcntinn rcjtotlon, nt
I or
Tn : .1 ludfcinl ('i 'InOriirlntil Town
of
Htiirkc.
nn '
No.:li.---- -i.ull C..ol. t.1h.h 11 name \orif K: ro .00 Ill IORN A ( KFIUTOIC
chance to be home for Hnl Juno 1. 1U28 uu_____ 207 81 ..ul'rno.,1 I County Hnridn I In (Imn-, t p.;r.'t HTM of of the record, In Hied Iwn/k "fl". tin, I ..S'rI". r"I.I H ml of Pliciinn tin. tieIn. I rot 1.1.1 hun IK Notirit U hi.why ben SJ' all entlltorI' ..,

business. KuciiptH month I Intrnrti I- ctry imhlic n-conlii of .lintel1*, dlatrlbuti.. H tmd! fill periion hov-
"rln. of
Cnntititiitlon of the
IJHSCRIHF' TO -t ( Crow.. ..
\\ iiiviipil d..ln" month 9.00U.I. ..n.y. t'l.r"' nnd h'ln. I In Hen, I nniendid' tn rend lolo Ill .1.1". airmtint I II. mtnlu' of K: D.I .
nil nn
__ Cnmiiliimant.. iiinitt| >r of Southwent ounrU; of ft .
July I. 1"J8 --_ -- __ 18.01 : I I..I.h. ..."d. inr he'h remtlrt" l to
.
Lake City. This city will DI.I rlrt No. 12. :' \HI'ibn Twentyliiht. 'i2Ht. Tiiwnnhip, .Six ( IN who otlnlblo i. ..*fMit lh, lr rlnlmn ,luly n.'h.n'I..I.( tni
TilE TELKfJIMI'HKilling ; l lull Jun. I. iui: __ _____.___ 51J Vrt.crlpK > IryI. et nK. ".h Idinicf, Tw..n.y..w. (122'I |:..t. (F.r.lvn.IIH of .t hiI I f oitt-d nru i.1. 4..unty .ludtfit of Ilnt'lford ('"unty.1'I"rl.ll. ,
daily newspaper this fall if .briny month I II"nrinnt I "' 1..r'n"Hnl.. 'hat you nnd inch of you an* r.-iulr.il ril. lawn and Htl. I within ono vinr from .lntf or IhfjnoMcn
\\ iMMtifil month __ H'ROiHnl (hd.. 1'"hl..I.n.. \. Knnwn nml ipf-iir i |1,1.,1.I iiiiHWtr d"urr., prmirtlnnn .th. tmflt- nil
,
-- < dlrlnv I .I I IInilii. I Ins. hi- will l I. 1,1,1 in bur .1..10. And
(
----- luly 1. 1"21 _u_._____.... 1 ID.mI nknnwn ItrfrndantM. In Suit lo I'.m... 'li,1 hill'. nf cnmplftint in I hinlM.e ( the .1.1 Inhtrt- *. nil Imfi 1".1 t tn 'ot,1| 'ellt ..o. r.

Pace of Present Woman >la'rrrt 11... II f loud. (Iul., Title. Etc.I : niiirti. or twfnrtf :.."I"y. the Sixth dnipoMlllrm,. o.n..l 'lIly uuircil". to pay th-lr itfd ileht fTMiwith titho
Day nf Si propi in
t. mber
lull luno I. 10.8 ___u___ 22609 I It DI'I.rin. from the nltfttntiunii, of the | A I. 1120. or the olilttn of the, State, but the I unflerHiuni Adrnlnlntrn'or' Tlif |Ir'f i"
ti'.im of
Mild
.
n. ., ilurinir month, .._ .. bv tnken ntt a.r..1
t't' hii
"
; wi of '
uu u 22.0 July.
4Unrn bi e"ml.I.I.t In I hi HI"! < 'I i- l nttulniit I Mhnll ha\f pnwi limit. r-'K- .. 1\20.
Shatters Health Declares \ nrrn't* {MaiM'fl .lurinir month you. r. If Mirrir AtnlnItu'ator.
Expert u lot I i \ r'hInee or place of bIness,, pr-iMI.it, the Inlii' 'rl-
It owncmhip
Hnl July 1. "!'J8 __--___--.... 24989IMntrlrf ,.,f ,h.. diffniliinu John Drd..n.. I'hillip L.MeKinmy publolitd in furthtr ."1..1 Unit thl-t nolc. '. pffflninition and injoymi Kntniw: of H \IJ. I I'ul.h. 'H.T.n--.1.1.oru
one* n for Four .
$ No. w..k
14.
CHICAGO-Modern women are pponsiblo for Indigestion and other "nl Juno, t 1HJ8 __ ____u__ ____ S-'lll '' : A Hi.' Hmflcy nry Siipt Mry> J(.kn SmIt"y..JohI Ii 'IilrhIl.l I tiMiNkM.. thi. Ifrndford County, .1.|' .who. In an tho not Htatt wllirible of lurldn b . 7.10.\1"0.1"
trrniib. weekly of tu --- -----
.. __ ... n nowiipnpi' it'nrci .
ttI mnnth 1874UniinntH .
shattering their nervous system ills of the digestive tract. Dieting, "rln. durinir _month u 000 1 ....Io. "rnhm. Snmui I (* I.sne. .1. i.ulnt ion. ,puhlivhfd nt HtnrhiHorl.ht. i the I/nit.l Htnttn uul.r '0, t: OF ( HIKThirty

and health with a merry-go-riuinij they say, is nn aid to this condition. Hnl luly I 1..u.1 t'ljrt u !"', I Ir f Pdli, .1. Fh. .fohn ('. (.h.' IhImi' ,SPSS thi* .1".1 nml "HI) uf 'i.mH" i of tho lawa and tri-alicn' ot thor dnyn nftrr ir''III.d.t. on towtI
1'ittH .
r .
of activities, according to Miss Foods such as soups, puddings, I >l.trlrt No. 15. I\ I. rh.rl.M I A. RobiTta turn. R Lnnv. \','. (Itrh of nld Court, HM w1 ". I 'rho inth' I'ny' of AiiKUnt. 1 I' 20. I the ,und .

Marie K. Johnson, director of the custards and Pnl June I. I'l.'H __.____u_.._ 1".43R..I. l F I.ln.I rrnncia' 1 I. \- Mini of acid' ..u.t. thin the Ird .. .mlunrd hum.rlitin fur Willi M Vrfhur ,.-
McCnll. Th. Comtmn rnit (nomplmnce with nnldt
I.nnnuhorf tut/nut Wlnr. W,. and T, Md-
.. "' month .. ._ 171 I 1924. Frifnmn .
Better Health Bureau in an address other sustaining "rln. */. A If In A.f. t | | nnumlmonuf. and th .
exi
f .cnrpnrntlon. .
..iii l Uiirinir "1500 I Ivln. "I O W. .nv. Wi.*. Minor I holm' of P** WIne itiepaneilwill t
here before club dish- \'Hn. m.nth. i tnnep And, I if dead .' AJTrR\\N. l I n nd ru'lurn* t h'rrf, 1 1 ho
women."Besides o.1 .Inne. Cl.' Circuit tie, ironunihlu Gen 1. dtirdiner
Del July "!'.'* .. _. I 11.I 1" 'I lien rk Co.r. Ur..r. .. dnl ariply U*
thifr" I ,
es made with I ni.lrlrt No. 18. nr. In hwtr-4. l'vt.e.. .devIce**. 'tOted rlorliluV fhi.. niiin* r"t/ulntioriH rv- CountVti'ltfi' In .ni l ''I Itrinlfor I

managing milk or evaporated r,, 1.1. .lln. 1. 1'021 __________._ 18..8 O I 'rnntii I. nucc..Minrii "r itonitrnH ur nil nit S. Crews. nn ill\ldn| by liiw fir u.n- County' Hnri'lH. for nn order ,, mil at

i2' her home milk :.7. < i n,>t. .11.in. month _.-_... 14340 I, noun tn tin r.mlI.ln"nt 1 "fid that thi-r- 1.lrh". r.. Compll'n..t..r.i. !, l .'In the Clint. of t'l.rld.. lInt at'.* unit. a On, -Fr'h, .n.11 il',1 iil'r.Ii .
| 4 rn "1"" in the Stntc r>f Horldu. known "., I "", \ Is WIIKItrOr; : have Inch of til'l' ".' foUowlnicih
HnrrnntR | nth
m. 'nn.
her bus which Is sim 1..1 durlnl .u I the .. I 1.
\ o romplninnnt. of n Nubno nnjpon 'l my hum) nnd afflvt-d th,
-- "Hnl fuly I. I I"J" .__hUU _.____ 1JJ.29 .. .(trih.| Innd lylny' nnd 1"1"1 In llru'lriri -
band. and ply concentrated "... DKtrtct Na. I IT.I'll I whnm woul'l hint" 'h nnld ,fnd- ; of th. Htnto nf Mnridn. at | r..n', .. 'orldn' .

her children cow's S.F k\\ .l_ Jim"' I. 1112-------------- n. 10irrnntn 'ift4. orithrr of Own. thnt It In beeol M) riC K fifViMKKKAH EI.CTI'; the Capial. thIs the twvnty- ('-.mm.-nririf Six In.1 I..wl.. ,.. ,14 I 1
,
by that the .
d July 1921 .
the milk in its ia A \\ | | ilurlnv month __ 120,00 pnmplNinnt n.n.0 .hl'n. "..t of (I,' N'-rthinnt, it.rnt-r '.f thi*
/ T 1..u.0 f,"'ulnnt' nrc ('n""ortn.t l I the ,' tnnKtd It f'I.I \Y (KAWrOm
"
11
I ,
__.. property uf t lui
averageclubwoman: most stel'lIe'A(( U 'i "' month 18..1 In th. : ,\ \ cnmpbiinant nlfi : Thi- irlilaturft, nf | Sirtrrtitary of 8taU.sorii ..Ih..t rinnri* r N.rlh.. ,, I lu'y,' I 1. I"J8 __. ._ 28.00Ill.lrlrt "I i. i ii. 'l"wvnlitni, I irt, iKiuth ".fUnng.
1.1 '. f of I' of Hr.I.I
convenient < unit" tht
;=:::;:? and I ::::-/ ,I M. I that hp do. not I hnnw, and by till I .n.L'.n' '' i 'mt. nml, Clan Soul ( 1phalnn 1-?

\ takeson form L >p i'.n' I Pi-'t u:.. .__. .- JIO.48H I Went' it> rch and :Imttiiry: hii-t .n';' h"< n .. stnii' of flf-rf-fn, did nmndmintii 1''.. 'thru*to J.lnt the ('ItdlutionM i h: fl...,*., \V. nt $4 I-l I chalrm.It.'nr.
\ tn itirrrlnm whrtln, ., 11, I fi 'I prrtpttninir
_. b easierrox r HPV < < PI ,
e n 0 U g made ..tlt. ,in .1"inn* moth Vi Moridu and North' U 1chrtlrM.1 thenctr Kiuit: I I iII
I rtnt' wh..,* Hire rt-nidcnrc, nr ? .<* nf hi I titution of the $Lute of
,,
.
other Interof asslmila- > l ,.1 l ilurinir' month ._ 81000 ,1 liii point of begin n Inir rnntAlninx c
I "f .
bv
of the softening of Hnl! lily 1 I. I"..'" u .u_ __ .__ 0.05 .( [I. ni. ircfl, n. unknown. I. iti .. or .0" w"r' .vr.,1 %.. ("mlt Court Eighth Jllol.I', .< <>. nn'l o-h.1, ((7 I I-J ticren mon. ,r
to keep tion by mimlM-ru to '
ests reason of thu ,
: 11H. ?. t aw ..'t nul' in imid! 1''.! I i "fh. .1 .1.0 Hrndfnrd' (Ol"t,. )loin. 'fhf. ,
CnuntT. 'I day of Julv 1 1":0J.
i six women the milk curds under heat tend to'busy. Ir.Mno Unrl.la. .nl.t.i .... or not. And ft I IN, allftrml in thr' h.I.., the voten. "1 .1.1| J.II' I.' In Ch."n.t. lit" W WISE.Guard'in .

/ ." declared lessen nervous tension but will not II.t. hill '.r enmplHlnt .hot hf hlf.\ .H, nt lutlona were rntffrtHl upon thtir ...p' t* I .
fur
Miss Neither U the remedy to I h_ri'hv PwrflfT that th.'o..ln. %t.tf> 'hrr. nrc piTHunti. flrmi nnd eorporollofiB.in'i J.urn.I.. with thv yean and nay .' :: I 'i nvxt rrlI.nl iiid VmunNOTItB
it. r '
cure of trm rpcrlpta ami of ,
.n -.IO."l.I.3.
rf* l* <| in thi \> itfn rty if 'I I','.1 i I hi nnd l 'h y did d termlni' and 'I| Johnson..S" f fun.U pf HrnilfoH county fop thpAnlh .....
WhIte n-iiidirnec' Joint ItXtidutionii hi mibmlttiHl to ComplainantVcrnua' --- --- -
tries f .tin'. l'1' ,11 .u. nnil c,.rri-cl, I.. .i came "e. or tine ) : I
f hut Suit (
"> li. ,t of my Iinow'ouV mod boll.?. bsn.v.' I. unknown to complainant ( at th .nu.1 EIo'i11 OF T\X EIUIIZATIOVFh"
to crowd Into H WIOOJN "ind in nid hil rilif I* 111..1 ayainnricti S.v..ml.r. IlN. ot nl, board of eo',my commiHMinri, | ofItradfonl
her lifesomething 9 I I lno\.n unknown il ,,. p. 'KIEHKPOKE. I I. If '. Oef'nInuvn. loillil,. Murlda will *
A> oIA.UVoS', "il>.rfnt! nitint of : [notruetlnn a
ICING; 1',1,1. ,
!I ... urns nod oorpornflonn KAWrOKlJ. Secretary of flttf'e' of "* TIH Lint 1'00'. (load t'-t' courthou |In the. clerk. office. M>fiday. .
MIst,' ,lorldil dn IMTby. u i n< Ithlst From R..1 t .,.,,
of business society church. philanthropy .. rlFRFHIRI: IT Oltf' r:KK1), that nil nf r July 35. 1916, aa a I"-.) of IHIU-!
will h.
NOTICE pMrcnn find enrpnrHtinnii narmtl In a rjKSKIML tl FCTION h "d.. nl PuhKralinn f. fir hut ptirpiM. nf ha ../ complaint'
sports, letters. books. concerts '- thin 0.1.\ if Ih'ln. or In ...n.*. or In sad county In t'urld. on Tu.. I't.A 'INAN In 'th. .1 hn> .- t yle1 n dent- ---z.;;;..... '. I.. "f ..'. f IMonnmi aix Par Tnt I nr>t the in filvt, ) ". .
motor rides. dancing HIM nf
.. d,> .,1. not In eol".ne. thin hhi. hi' .ue..ln. rrl.n".y n awnrn .m- f anr property. real or pr. ,. or mUxf.
.1
-, t.I Fn. .h..1 Di.lrict' Numbmil I vrmh *1. th. T..I.v h ditmnndid ...
order
lists, doctors weddings funerals, bi'fr I. hrlr. dtii-ri|) )Jessie. Kran.tc hnlnl an n fixed by the county Itie nnn .>or for the
o
I I .... jim. r.| Cunl'". Florida .. t th.j SKCOM: \Y OF : ',' ..
n. pnrtl fcndant
.and theatricals. It's her craze for I "4. mcci ., nnd ... and to all f N"VEIEI to *>.1'124. nuainnt the owner or .v.n. of
'
,
,' Do" f, cnnmrationn. havlnir or the ratification nr n.j'etIu.n. th. ('mt''n.' to aputar to Maid ich
peed be found In physical treatment nor i I p.nu'n* rm property.
thrills and excitement that nno .
.
rhy unties i I. given! that the BuanlSUHSCRIBE laiminrany In md to thotn* r+.- Joint K** olutlonM prnponlnir J. M
1. .
is responsible for her increasingly in; medicine but in woman'* abflity'tn lOin lot nr imrcttla.nf land Iyl"f .nd below ,. the ( nn.titution ut the State of ... V.,tlr. ,I. herffc.filwn nROWSI.r
Ch..r.D
ugh nervous tension. reason oat wha sbe can d* THE TEL.E- 'in MrHdford county Stale. nf Florida dia. vli WI.! "". )It A'H.' or If i.ad.| f 0 Atftn-t: D..

Expert. declare that nervousness without tension and t 0 atkfc tt FOR I known and d**.crihd follow* : h,.. d)vliteea. letrate'* nr i r W Aff>FRM4V

I U one of the chief things re- milder program' ---, -' t 0 If.tI'II. The South half of the Su'bw.t quarter A JOINT HSSOLCTIOV frpulnl '" C. :. II.okIm! .. If aliv<>, Clerk and AudIo. 793t7.flFRID.Y.













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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY: TELE GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA .. f Tvrt.t U''....g FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1926

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AND THAT'S THAT! r><'<<. The location of this road fur- FLORIDA COW PRODUCES

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED i i nmhed one of the most vexing problems :NEARLY FIVE GALLONS

.h.' with which the depuitment l
IN 1879!* I has had and its solutionwas MILK DAILY FOR MONIH: ( ,
to deal

: necessarily a slow process .

Published Weekly) on Fridays and Entered as Second Class! I lI Having now been definitelysettled Gainesville, Another Florida I

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I II and determined tho department is cow owned by the! experiment station .,

t II I I i ; procC'linlt'ljC rousl)', and I be- is demonstrating the fact that

K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. Iievo the results will be entirely! it is possible to get high milk 1'1'i i

C. Kobinson__-_____..________________Managing Editor I, I I satisfactory to the people of the ducton from Florda cows when they
state. are given proper feeds and atten I

"The executed njfieemcnt has not tion. :Majesty's Fairy Pogls, a Jersey

SUHSCKIl'TION HATE v. I jet been received from Collier county produced nearly five gallons

Yearly! ', $1.50 ; Six Months, 75c-Payable Advance c- ) \ 1 I have addressed a letter to of milk every clay in June, ac.

1 board of cording to records just given out
Advertising Hates on Application the chairman of the coun.I

--- qty I commissioners of that county, I fiv John1.: Scott, animal Indus

und have advised, him that until the trialist in charge of the experiment -

Tlii- longest haril-mirfacoil, 1'011,1,! t mills is will taken tare! of In thebeauty same in executed by his board and station herd

in the" state will run from (jamesvilK [ of the trip.) -Alachua Free I! ret':rneil to the department, the Majesty's Fairy Pogis complete

tu IVItitku! according to the Press I /i I : work now being mlvertlsed in Collier a j'ear's milk production record on

(;limittulli. Daily Hun. They five I II I -0.- i / \ I county will not be let" March I 1.1.I In which she )produced,

i eI, .. 1.2n:! gallons of milk nnd
the ill-tump from the Universityi A grading eontractin Clay c-oun- -- ---- neatly!

i .its. In I'lilatka 11< "iMittlv 1(1-(. IV :.11,:minting to over $121,000 was I I II I i tt .\LDO RILL HOLD TOO. pounds,, of butter in 353* davs.
I II CELEItltVIION ON She freshened again on April :10(
77; ; :!; null lei to a Jacksonville! contractor recenlly -
I "lInlIY.: l AIG. 12Cornerstone bi 'k
"l1d'I1S put ; on test May 5.
-?- Into
i, (I Cloy county fa going
Hi"i.rv i Ford lust his suit against| the mad building business with a From May 6 to 31, n totnl of :27!

t tin agar company using his name rush. toew: .\iiditoriiim days, she produce l 12(5:!( gallons of

i'II a In'ami. Ho I protest! acaiimt ;, Speaking, about the large number Will be KxerciHcs I.lIid-\lII"On.: Grand in Mater: Chargef milk and 01 pounds of butter. I

any old. htngey firing up and puffing I: of contract, let by tho board' for In the 30 days during June she I
.
I'i-h and
(;O'I'n"rIar.:
I
( in it Ford.-Ilhch Springs TeleKIIIII ,stnti londH" Chairman Hathaway : produced 117 gallons of milk and I

J lift: a nickel that Mtogoy says! : "While the letting of contracts (tin 'to he :Main 79.[ pounds of butter. This Is almost '

.' than of !SpeakersGainesville five gallons of milk .
.1 more biuli-fliinif any i is proceeding, with unusual every day :

1I'nrFurd.. ... I speedthere has betn no lot-up in ; I I Mr. Scott says that more cows of i
Waldo that
Aug. 3.- ,
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--0- always good 1 productive ability are greatly: I
the tare, which the department
I
Another mail contract of interest exercises, in letting a contract hustling little railroad city, just needed in Florida to make dairyingas

to tin people, of this section will for road, coni-tiiution Efficiency Is s. tq1 i fourteen miles northeast of us, on renumerntivc as I should l her Tho
i the Jacksonville has
lie let August :21th.! This providesfor i bung sacrificed to speed; the i highway average Florida! cow produces less
not
the extension of slate rand. 13I i I ,scrutiny with which the dcpartment v.. i! again jumped, into prominence by than 40 gallons of milk a month.To .
tame
Aim'huii line lot I! I I announcing the laying of the found- make this higher better .
from the county average
observes ull.i.l\ ,. U being '
) ation for handsome auditorium
i
a i
lirom.un 1'ive M-IIIH from this date exerciaedbut the organization haying I 2 u L '' breeding and feeding' are neces
he built
: to onto the present elaborate
,
will fee tins section covered, with boon tightened up is able to school building, of the sary. I te
u network of hnnl-suifiifoil. / roads I nun'' one
eed expeditiously I '
pi 01 more : prettiest nnd most modern In the
-0- more than ever confident that the state I! DeFuniak Sprinks) Florence

The third.! proposed amendment i lone of the year will find, us with The cornerstone to the building : park Is being converted 1 into a play
new

would change the Declaration'! of in aggregating ground for children and young peopie. -
operations
progress will be laid "next Thursday
on ,
KiKhts so as to restrict land own- The park will be equipped
)
$18,000,000. August 12th:! anti ,!
incidentally
on
I I0
ership to those eligible under the with amusement, anti athletic fa*
I
this date the grand lodge of MaI -
l'iwipf the United States to become I cilities! and a larger playgroundwill
Florida had $16,287,000 in contracts I sons will also hold a meeting in the
titizens.M9dis"n: Enterprise be built in the large park surrounding -
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'oc-order. for new building and engineering : little city. The Masons have been the Big Spring.POINTED .

work last month accordingto the small part, of the road that i Is: : ed floor-but this U something tha t i. proximately 1:>.99 miles in offered and have accepted the hon- -- -- -

Speaking of the proposed constitutional F W Dodge Coiporation. The allowed to them, morning, inidda; cannot be accomplished in a yea r to be paved. Alternate bids i or of being in charge of the exercises

amendments, the secondof more important items In June's and night. Says the News: resort. or a de"ade.-Timl's.Vnion. 1 received on concrete, sheet Grand Master K. II. Fish I PINEPARAGRAPHS

them would provide that the construction record for Florida ing to blankety.blunk verse to some -0_ : bituminous concrete and of Sarasota will be present and

Chief Justice of the State Supreme were (5,270,000( or it per rent of extent: "Much: honking sounds the HIGHWAY: HEAD !SAYS i macadam. I will deliver one of the main ad.

all construction for public works knell of parting day the lowly RAPID dresses of the du)"- Gov. John W. Ay
cur PROGRESS :M.\DI : I
Court be selected! by the Justices Project C09-X, Road No. ( I O. H. L W rnlck.
utilities 30 winds o'er the lea the driver I Martin has also accepted an invl-
and ; $1AOA,000, or percent i slowly ; Pntidmnt
thereof, and by lot, ni at pres- milmrly called Tamiami Trail
not )
.,
ent. This is a desirable' amendmentand for residential buildings; $2- 1 homeward plods his weary way Spanish Trail Going Ahead; Anxious lier county, 9.39 miles n | tation to speak on this occasion. I Pin liutitwt of America, Inc.

( 13 cent for machines in far he For Jax End | A citizens committee has beenI
it could not possibly! O'J'.l.OOO, or per commorliul front 03! as and
seems clearinggrubbing
I I
meet with any reasonable. objec buildings; $1,113,000 for "0. can see." The newspaper contin. consist of forming a I appointed to take care of the ocI > When a merchant sees the pillar

tion. del and recreational project, and ace that the motorist runs with the Dr. Fons A. Hathaway, chairman 1 bankment material obtained I cas Ion and this committee headedI I of smoke from a forest fire in his

$1103,000. for educational buildings.New I pack lIe might secure a secluded of the .state road department passed I Y Dr. Pridgen have invited everyone county, he should say, "There goes
--0- I I canal on north side of to come to Waldo on the 12th some of trade into the clouds.It .
Is !: construction started in Florida t tree-bordered by-way leading to through Jacksonville Friday oJnn my
The state road department i For Auust, 24 I
: Project No. and
the fill I liming the first half of 192Ureached i m> place in particular and rarely inspection tour of road project: : and enjoy the exercises and a big means losing business now,
checking traffic using new Gadsden county, Road 1, for fifteen to come, that I
I of l.r)0,21,800! by but he under construction. He I. E I dinner together. I years
u sum anlompiued frequented motor cars, met
on !State: "u".10.. : :3 I across !'U'IIPK ; across Little river, 20 feet might have had The man who set;
Prairie south of Gainesville and, I, with $,810,000!' in thecorresponding prefers to stay with the raving and Schilling of :Miami, n member oi f truss The exercises will begin nt 10 that fire will have grass for:
I span on concrete piers poorer
six. months of last, I other drivers. The byway be the state department who was in the moining anti will be concluded
fifteen of may his live-stock hence stock,
dm the first days poorer
HIT\! concrete pile trestle ) .
I' I
July tloiked 3RHO [',&rs. (If the year, being a gain of 37 per cent. dusty, but ho runs! away from his here for a few hours on his way 330 feet in length. by 3 in the. afternoon.MANY I and therefore less money to buy

and 'The valuations of contract awarded own dust and. ordinarily there is no to New York. with. The owner of that land will
northbound
totnl 17,1:18: were I' Santa Rosa county, Road 1, : SUBJECTS OFI
10,71-. southbound. The count is I, in some of Florida's leading cities -| one in front and no one sounding Dr-. Hathaway said 1 that follow- nix miles! cast, construction bud'I I IN'TERKSI': ON CROPS have fewer trees and slower-grow
for the month of June were: 1 Iu sire in the rear. I lag trees and therefore less money
( tho
ing largest single letting ol f ,
maintained' twenty-four I.
being crete shoulders on both sides AND STOCK PROGRAMGainesville : : to buy with. Yes there goes some
hours a day.-Cames\illu; Evening .Palm Beach, $2,822.400:! ; Miami, $2,- ,i Following the crowd is a humanI contracts this week, totaling $2,. ant brick foundation. ( of trade."
|I. my
News.. |I'OR.r.oO(> ; St. Petersburg, $2lfi8,000, i I trnit and automobile drivers arc OClO. OO, other contra.tswill be awarded A, Levy county, road 13, i Fla.-Lh-estock and

',Jacksonville, $000,000 and, Tampa, I 1 usually human which accounts for during the few weeks ,
-o- I I' ,__ ...... .... next chula county line: to ,. i i general crop raisers of Florida Will -
Reduction: of taxes i I" largely a i I'I'I.IIIIV''' !; i ne figures prove that | their love of "driving in traffic" which will probably bring the to. proximately: 093: miles, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
find an exceptionally interesting DEED: Mint! :, ttlCTIDN: 57$ OF
Florida is right along in their
fallat'v. The rate may be reducedbut 'I going I II.. it is called. Watching the lights tnl amount of work to $18,000,000( grubbing and grading in the livestock and farm TilE (.KMHAL: srATUTfcS
the increase In valuations outstrips I building, showing as great a record |land speeding, to catch a signal togo I before the end of the year. drainage structures I program

the reduction. so that the actual !''in the summer as in the winter.Florida over I'". though there was a I. "The people of the state want I C7(5-G( Levy county, Rand l 19, crops section of Farmers' Week Notice !10 hereby irlven tint J. A. IIl0raan.I.uha.l'r .
which will be held at the college of uf TaCiltificnte No. 1115. dated
seldom farm lands are also being prize ut the beginning of the next roads( and we are trying to give I
payment of cash very end of present work to agriculture, August 0-14. tho Ilk ilny. of Aoo..ot..U.. 11JI. has mod
(is lower than at previous periods, improved, and tho state as a wholeis I' blink. Not a tenth of the drivers them good highways just as fast county line, approximately. j I and meat said certiricntu In my office and ho madeapplication
Veterinary problems a for tax deed to Ieue In aeconlnnco -
Mr. Lunintf does nut sny that taxes in a very prosperous!; condition. of cars are really in any hurry to as the work can be contracted for," miles in length, clearing cutting demonstration will featurethe with law Sold crrtlflcat embrace

will ho reiluced: but that I the rule Times-Union. get anywhere, nnd many in the he said. end grading and necessary "sessions Monday afternoon andTuesday itunttMl. the In llrailfurii following County.described. Florida. property tow -

will be reduced Miami Post, -0- thickest of traffic could get where Speaking: of State Roar) No.: 1,, ago structures. I, morning. Dr. A. L. Shealynnd it : 4iy< A 'in t-K cur of NE'4' of SEK
CONSIiri'TIOVAUAMFAOMKNTS M ) :
IngSANaabyl'.AFkwsee.
OUR desire in less time and L7.
to
they go Dr. Hathaway paid that projectsare Chairman Hathaway paid Dr. D. A. Sanders, experiment I'l" d. 8. R 22 t.: S arrest.
When down the : : with and perfect safety by following The aid land iM-lnic auripMiMl the dote
case at
vim step to corner I being rapidly pushed nnd that I while tho letting of station veterinarians, and Dr J V.I j or the iHHiianco of Much certificate In the

grocery unit paylIty tentsnpiece The Jasper, News: In a recent !issue a side street. There is n a few months should !see several proceeding with unusual, Knapp, state veterinarian, will ap.I mini, of Theo Tiiiun units ,aiil, certificate -
fascination for the center of travel, Rhnll be redtvmed according' to law
for about
green taiituloiipes miles of paving completed. Work
expresses itself in opposition i there has been no let up) in peer in a number of talkl. tot IIMI| | will\ iiuue thereon the 6th day
the Size of baseballs Jim begin! to to a )piopuscd, measure by Senator evidently, und with one excuse or will start Monday on the paving which the department always The Tuesday afternoon program'' of September." A.0. Itt! iiWltniM
wonder if the farmer needs any : another, they dash into the mob from Lake City to Live Oak. Next my DfHrlul nfirnature and seal
llnulv' of Stiwanneo county, who I is, cites! In letting a contract for will be a symposium on cotton pro. ibis thu Ith day of August, A.D. 1926.
relief after nil.-Tunes-Union. Ho said. to favor nn amendment to the I that goes to the red lights hosl- month a contract will be let for the construction., Efficiency is durtion, at which time talks will be' G, VV.AI.Dt.RMAN.Clirk : .
wouldn't! if he received his just totes, anti plunges forward again.. portion of the road from the Suwanee Circuit Cuurt Bradford County.
ini' sacrificed to speed the the Station
i-asolme tax law to give the county I ; made by Experiment: : 'af\I.' Florida.I .
)portion of the price the consumer cuinniiHHioners authority to divert The.w": Rays that "perhaps river Madison.: Later it scrutiny with which the cotton investigators Dr. A. K. I< r. A. KNIGHT,
,
.
i I the traffic problem will n.any riirk" 9081.93MHICfcTO
I"0 00 percent of such fund to the sump' dnv is expected to ask for bids for the observes nil bids! i is! being Camp, Edgar F. Grossman and Dr. -"
I I Is..hool e solved nnd everybody will be stretch from Live Oak to the Su- I IllllllHiS;
fund, if in their judgmentit I but the organization having/ | \\ A. Carver.On .
Tin r\cnintf Cantle of \Vori was deemed proper and wise, happy, but with over 700.000 cars wannee river. Dr. Hathaway said tightened up Is able to Wednesday morning there will Sealed' Mil will )br. i.cilvid. I 10.). the tli-ard
Mass. Thuisila I lnenst.d In Indiana and with vis. o' It..n.I1'.I..r. I f Mm 'limd, I..I....
<:i -"( in its Issue of this stretch would l be paved! just as I iTIty
expeditiously be talk J. It. Watson entomologist
more
News: The am by
The is correct. only excuse I a i.In nt the office of the Secretary. of thHi
\'. July 2Jnd, stated thut the itors flitting in and out of tho pro soon as details can be worked out. ,. ,. ,
aid .
for tho gasoline tax is that It than ever confident that the on the control of farm lit stark I-1 i i l.t until I'l' "'nil
temper.ituie" nt noon us recorded I "M"i"n the WilY of the uutomobili A contract has been let for thehri.IA'O e. 1..1.. .\ M. ,..f -"),I"III'r "ih. 1'ijll.:' and
of the will find. with and address C. Lai-
W.
those us
is n tax: for the roads! upon year pests an liy in thin lim. i publicly opened for Cue light
on the roof of Clink Universitywas I is! a weary. one. One proposed over Chtpula river, and bids H. 'i\ery 'ru.k.I..h .
In
tions aggregating editor of the
who use the roads, and it should notbe ,, progress / titter, ProgressiveFarmer.
1:182:! degrees, mid tho obsenii :'olutionvhiih would( call for enormous : have\ been asked to be opened next I:, I 10..1.. ,a. mi,1.1 I i.nf, "h) m."I..I| 1
000 000.) .
applied to other purposes however i Dr. C. Vobl.: agricultural I n ik lad. in and when delivery can be
filed nn egg on the lout, ut theone worthy they might be The I additional aggregate expcnii 'I month for the Little River bridge Chairman Hathaway said economist, will discuss meth. Tn I b.The..
I U paving and wider HonM reirrM the right to reject
time In Florida when the more This will provide for nil the bridges
b of livestock and
remedy for the sihool fund U to the eontrll.tth Monroe keeping crop nnand nil bide
t Inclinometer reaches i)0) comilam 'hvvnyaThe standard state road : the Spanish Trail route exceptthe :
Wo constitutional amendmentauthorizing on '' records. n s ;M TTIIFWS.C .
: 1 pans the had been concluded for the 10<
uf the llJt'I.ather.. '1n- a slab eighteen feet wide, and nbordering bridge the Ferclido river Cha.rman.er.lnrv .
across
| the legislature to appropriate and construction of road 27:! The Thursday, morning program V. rt'TCH.
c, ._ berm that is supposed to for which negotiations are now in i iI -. 8-0-tt-9-3
will bo given to discussions
divert to the public nil the! Tamtam) Trail. The over
A tax: of $ ;>lt) on real estate IIc take ate of the emergency! turn progress with Alabama nuthoitles.Dr I. NOTICE -
and TO
sihoolt, notice of the election to meat was sent to the (' reports on pasture work. lONTftAtrORSIIIN
.' st. and 1 $IOt/ ) on naltv sales by .nit :Mull; highways arc Infinitely Hathaway reiterated his readiness I' i --
tobacco t .
in Florida will be
Bright
pn 9 s im this proposed) amendment Senator Malone. of Monroe | huts l will he near ... by the Board
F.,. I.audcid.tle! 1\1'1cl I I legitimate better than no paving at nil, but to proceed with the paving of .
is 1 taken the after or Hi ml IrumifH nr finultnrd .
as well\ as two others being run |attorney for the county ,' up on Thursday County Flor.i
,.
hedrnvv such crowd of motoristsgoing nt the ,,(f'rc' ..r the ,, ..
In tho loint Two dealer State Uoad NI 'h. 1 from the point .r tnry of the
suprinie
for the first time in the KnterpriseUecorder : !sioncrs, and he expressed the program which will include, Ibmwl /" SlBrlll Hi'ridn. until 11) clock
from that I.ll'I'"d theta i' "pi>site directions that I where t the concrete ends .
city '"n paving on \I. "f
l this week. I{ that a happy solution that \\' !' by Lenthall Wyman, who September 7. ]l-ije. boil at that
a' t extessivtf and! made a tests once caught in the jam the drivermust the ako City to the old city limitsof doing forestry work at Starke ;, limi' ,public. opinul for approximately H..
-0-- ono time troublesome. In Acrf cli-nrlnx And grubbing K.iad
The decision I is regarded here I'HtKhCTSeven : move1 with the trovvd! Jacksonville\ just as soon as the lag the work on the Tamiami for the U. S. Department of Agri 1 Nu. II bn.t:, '*""" mad cast on to Clay

n', hating considerable importoncu i Florida is doing her best to provide county completes the nocesary ar. Dr. Hathaway said : !', and II. S. McLendon agriculturist County All work 1lne.1., he dine in ncconlance with

thi ..uirhnut the state, as giving I Pemoirats and three republicans highways, for the hundreds ofthousands rangements for right of way and Review Trail Work of the F." E. C. Railway. of the plan and .plication and contract
llrndfnrd
in thu of of motorists who live in rletovrs. He I IA anxious ) County.
Hie precedent matter particularly
( '
Feeding, breeding and milk I Each hid
; can tell their con titu. pro moat h.' aceompunkd' br a certlfid -
tho state and. the hundreds of thousands to nee the work in connection withit "We are now completing will check or IeIIo'r. hood,, ?,?,,?
1",its. (as well as their children, I miles of this road feature Friday morning's I able to E. S :lla..h.,., r.y'
)Trbunt of automobilists. who come in order that the Jacksonville end in Dado! chairman for five
The speakers will l i ..
i grand-childi) etc) that they hailporfeet 1 i nnd have program. fir'cr dt fnahl amount bid a> .*
here from outside. The temptationto a contract for 12 .. that
attendance records in the of the Trail may be in top con. Prof. C. II. Willoughby Prof. and' iruaranle. If
IS will be lonnectintr drive all over the state in almost I, dit ion. I din addition in that county. avanM. the a andhgive e
road .I soon open House during the first session of M. Scott W. L. Trimble, Pope "t'' he contract Louwill. rree--
them with Green Cove 1)rinj..1 I Irresistible, and the completed Dr. Hathaway said that the state I tract has been let for the 'Inlr..1.
W. W. Bassctt and
II. S.
the O'Hh!} Congress.. These' Repro.aentiltuvea The right '
I reserved
invitations to the tion of the road from Punta to reject amiatth.f
Just another link in our desirable missed roll\ clII.'h..lI1 : highways nre department Is proceeding! with themarking II I j Pennock dairyman. oil bid. any
never n world awheel. The state road department : to Fort :Myers and from Plan" end .
force .lfl.ntfono
locution. For the benefit of the of roads and that !! Friday afternoon may be seen
I \\ <'r for a quorum or a vote : I I County Agent .. of the .
in the to Venice. We Ircmtary.E
wonders
of 1 Is working would be stc.ully the job are
who not aware kept on
newcomers are E. Lawton will'o 8 1\1.\DrffEWS
an ac .
Cannon. Missouri; a good cxnnnlet :
and improvement bids for 11 miles in Collier
of cities just within II' way of new construction until road is completely Chairman.
the beauty the "pie hunters" who are oat every I' of the dairy development in i C .\. FIlTeR
be said that ,: and is spending n lot marked to guide travelers. from the Dade county lino Secretary
short ride it may n maKing prohibition speeches (for I :> county, and extension dai B.6.et-e-st
of wisely and well- I I well as ten miles In the \
trip in that direction in well rl'-I for money; Projects\ Advertised II. L. Brown will talk
p:iv ) and defending miscreants 1 on
paid. With beautiful sCl'nl'I'y.1) 'ashim It may bo that after a while thedrivers I Projects which ore being advertised Marco Junction. On the \ milk. An auction sale of'' + + + + + + + + + t + +
a fee Green, Florida: ; Hill \ I ,
end! in Collier the
of themost wil have such variety in follows I| county,
Green Cove Springs Is one are as : I calves will be held +
'ton ; Huddlr-ston, Alabama; Qu'n Friday pATRONIZEHome
has been I :
picturesque little cities in or routes to choose from that they I For August 3: Project C69-V completed .
I Rankin !Mississippi Swank I
an ; Business
near that location- It nestles on Oklahoma, Democrats; :McLaughHn will divide their attention some, Rond No. 2 (popularly known as I I been ordered and a force of Saturday morning will be de- + +
Johns river what the possibilities. That Taminml Trail) Collier county lets wil be placed within the + RIDE
St. ,
the banks of the and M.ipes, Michigan: ; Miller: Washniirti among I for to questions Sy farmers |I GAINESVILLE :
and steamers from Jacksonville cars will stedily increase, however, length 11.91 miles, clearing, grubbing thirty days: the :

stop at the landing at the foot of n, republican Is certain, and the drivers must apparently and grading:; project no. 592: 'I of 12 miles of the road from DcFuniak Springs.-Local poul. j BUSSES +

the :Main street. It can rightly roi.i.mING--- TIlE i either continue, following Road 10, Franklin county from the town west. Other locations men are endeavoring to inter + SCHEDULE :
break and Gulf to Apalachicola being made and! plans the state to with
boast of Its title the "Health City" the pack or away take I county line co-operate +

as it has the best natural spring The hnnnpolis' News: has discovered the side trails and inconveniencesat approximately 7.89 miles in lenth, other stretches, and in planning a nation-wide egg For JAX 7:30, 9:00: .. m. :

swimming pool In the whole state. that automobile drivers, times. Florida as much as In. clearing! grubbing and grading: I for bids will be made as contest here and it I Is! said 1 4:00: p. m. +

When this road U completed one out for pleasure or business, follow diana, would be pleased to have For August 10: Project No. 6(55( : this Important work is ttate department of agricul I + ForGmi1000.m.; +

can make Jacksonville by way of the (crowd and thus cat the dust highways all over the map fifty : Road 1, Madison! county from the "The department Is giving views the movement with fa. + 5:00, 7:00: p. m. +

route and the difference In of the other cars and worry over feet wide and smooth as a polish- Suvvannee river to Madison ap- tcal evidence that means I '. + + +
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