Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:00957
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Established 1879 Subscription-For Year, $1,50; Six Months 73c: -Payable in Advance K. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher
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Represented At EXECUTION OFBROWNSTAYED Work Started on City Council in NEW TRUSTEES Rock Base on Power Company-

Orange Festival Exchange Building Session Tuesday TAKE CHARGE Road 48 Begun Will Build Lines

Strawberry) Flour and' Curs From Temporary Respite Granted, II!)' :Men ore at work this week tearing (Grunt Condlllomil lYrmlt for !<<.. Thu board of bond trustees of IXpecl; lo <'oiii|>li'l<> I In no Knllninilo

Exchange; 1)11(11'onuul's (iovrrnor.Tallahassee. down the frame building ou |>..ir.. lo Kli'kilter Bradford County }Florida met Corporate. l.lnillt l'hle11tvk County CnmnilNMloncrM Grunt tin

Clutm K<']>rcHcnt Walnut street used for the pas ItllllilhlK January 4th in regular session ItigtU t.. ConHlriirt 1.ln.

Starko Jan. 3.-The life two years by Dr. W. 1). Parks aK with the following!!; members present -

of Charles Brown, alias Charles an olllce to make way for a one Tho city council of the City of : .\. A. Diirden. ,1. it. Hitch With I tho arrival of several car Tho Hoard of County Commissioners

Plsellu which was to have boot story combined telephone and office Starko. Florida met January 4th, \\'. I':. Torodo. lulls ot lime rock :Monday morning of Bradford County, Florida
Starke was officially represented taken this week by electric ('hnlrat building.( Mr? Bishop, owner In regular session with tho following Minutes of the last meeting were the task of dumping; the rock for met In regular session Monday

In the Orange Blossom Festival Kulford.< has been spared at and manager of the local telephono members. present : C. F. rend and npproved.Mr. Iii I bus on road 4S! was started January 3, 1927 at 10 o''ol'k1.0.

held In Jacksonville\ on New Year's least temporarily. Governor John company, purchased. the site Hoover, chairman.\ (LV.. Alderman H. M. Mcltuo advised the ml is bolng canard steadily for / with all members present as

lay, a monster strawberry mounted W. Martin today announced, that several 'months ago with the Intenllon W. L. Wall. J. W. White. board that citizens ot the Corinth ward. The extra width of the roudHissing follows: J, M.- Itrownloo, chairman -
on a decorated touring car and he hud granted a respite to ]Drown. ; H. Hill. J. L. Under
of putting up a telephone Minutes of the last meetingwere church suction would dear rightof IIi rpuglt the town together I.oula
carrying Missus Florence Matthews convicted in Voluslu county for building. mid" and approved way for road from road & to with the /added three Inches bill, (I. W. Hlnsou and L. It.

Florence Andrews Mary\ the murder of Howard Usher i IL In addition to the building, Mr Mr. F. C. Hollngsworth agent tho church provided the I hoard thickness requires moro time umlrock Gnlnoy.Minutes.

Canova and Mr. Frank Capeiiter tux! driver. I Ills hop plans Include removal of for Chas. Weodbrldge. made application would' have saiiiu graded with tho' than I will bo necessary once of last meeting; read

attracting the approving attention The governor stated that lie had the remaining unsightly poles on for a permit to repair county machnery the distance tho crows' puss HID corporate limIts and. approved.

) of the throngs lining the route stayed the execution of Brown attar i Call street, using In their stem wood building I at flue corner of doing; about one quarter of it inllu. ami' cut Ihu width< to I Iho standard Petition received from leading
followed by the parade. This float receiving a number of urgent; 'underground, find overhead cable. Call sad Walnut streets Tho The t board agreed to havo miinogrudod sixteen" foot road. Only four citizens ot Hampton usklnl that

was the work of Jacksonville. decorators telegrams; from Volnslii county Many of the poles to carry the new council I agreed to Issue permit on when thud county nuicliinery t rucks are In list on Hit short haul pauper 1 allowance of 1ltio !Si Itrh-

and was awarded honorable residents. The messages the linen are already! sot. condition. that plans be submitted was' In that HOC lion. 'in town but as the distance! Increases ell (..olm..d ) Increasoil, to $5.00

I mention by the judgcII.I chief executive said, declared. that to council for approval and that The board of county commissioners more trucks will bo placed, i per month. Tho petition MtILI.IIthlt
I Besides the official float the Exchange Drown IH Innocent and that an effort .\N\or\CKS: : Tf-IE.1TllJ: : 1'OLICI the repairs should not Increase asked the board to pay the 'n norvlco. to spend thn work. she IB blind and has only ono

club and woman's club of will be made to reopen the surance on itdolnlng property. 1 1.2 tour cent for assessing Inter- ComTcto curb and /gutter work I.'ho/ Increase was allowed.

Starke entered curs the Exchange case to present additional evi W. J. Lancaster, manager for ['"on motion it was ordered 111-1 e..1 and sinking fund for IU20.: Tho was llnlshod. early in thn week. and, Tho'name of Katherine Klnj

club car carrying Messrs. J. K.Corpenlng dence. the nnlutv___n., Thfirntrn... .now. mm or. in appropriation of $200.00 board submitted HIIIIIO to the I attorney I ho ('olltrnl'lo's11'0 now at work was slrlrknn from pauper al
C.o'. Hoover C. M. Im Muddnx chain\ has announced niiide ID the chiimlicr\ of commerceto for approval. ni; Iho curbing from the railroad suet I Is dead.,
Inman and Mayor DeWitt C. Jones II\TH: OK siavKi: TO UK: hut the housn will be operate tu whore The iiaiiiii of : Dyal
help defray expenses of the or- I 1\1 r.V.. I K. Torodo. and \II\ 1'. J. II. HID highway Intersects Nancy wan
Considerable effort and time spenton IX\'I': l'W.'nJarksoD'lle. :\) every night!!; of the week with II ganl/atlon. The amount of same Itltch reported" that the contract wllh road 13. fntll this part Is sll'lk"l from pauper roll. site havng ;

this car made It rival to the change of program each night In hn paid from the publliity fund. for the Grlllls; brldgn. was let on ompleto work will go on east to married.'
car representing the Jacksonville \ Jan. 2.-The Inquest tegulnr!!; admission will be 10 and Hill of $1 MO.00 for the expcnxo ho 15th of December to S. T and ho county Ilea t'I'1 r"ist" of school board. .

Exchange Club. Into tho deal of Augustus; 30 cents arid two complete shows of de-cnrutiiiK the float for the I Ornige J. 11. Howling' !!; of !Luke Duller. the following were granted wld- i;.
The'oman's club cur trimmed Itehrlng!!;, shot to lentil by his given ouch night the hours being HloHHom parade in Jacksonville The M"I'I..tIlI'Yl'IIK Iiislrlirled' to HIGH TO m 1Lll1IIIN111Itl'1'.11'61'.1:: : : UW'I pi'imloim: llenlali Kelley }

with bunting and magnolia leaves brother-in-law at Panama Park announced as 7 and 8:45.: January 1st was ordered paid uitlfy tho H'uhlllll'll11' Llun railway : .: .: \ I.\\\' larko, $ I.4.54) per month, and

was a thing of beauty. The untiring Christmas day. which! was scho- Painting!!; of the theatre Is now from the publicity fund. company, that (lie crossing 1-4IiIBI'.ID: : : I.'I.HIIIII.\ ldm>y ('I'lwtord. 8tlrko, $7.00

efforts of :Mrs. U. :M. Iron ii duled to have been heard'input <>t routine I bills lorth of Luwlt.y hud not been IMIII- par month. .y
And her committee of workers I I':, A. Barney magistrate, lust seats will be placed as soon he council ndoiirneil lo January Htructod ami Hint tho oinpniiy bo nin-eoie t '..lIrt Bales .'I'hnl Stale" KepoitH' of counly jl.IK'J and /inpoctor -

]lire. J. M. .Alvarez Mrs. Frank week has boon set for Monday< afternoon IIH (hey arrive. Considerable 1111I ISIh. Instructed lo have siiimi put Incondition I 1',11".1 I |I.. !show II \\ ..' suf.ftlloit of murks and brands re

I Hoover, Mrs. John fglow Mrs. W. at 2 o'clock It was announced I iroveinents to the building; will bo .-- at once. \\ioiiu. \; I 'i-oiii 1'Iveil mid ordered" Html.

,. E. Davis Miss :Mabel Weller resulted In Starko having one of the The first date for the hearingwas wnor's Intention to convert tho \KI: ('O\Iri'F.I: : ) New: nlllllhol'lI1'0" sworn In by fur the year 1927 was approved
set for Thursday of last week Wasliliiglon./. Jan ::1.i Florida. ,
really beautiful curs in the parade xilldiiig into a modern small the- !Notary Public I'. A. 1"111"1 and,, the vend convicts Il'IHII.I to Nassau
With Mrs. Inman in this car rode but the absence of witnesses from atre. Sulil 1.101'1'| 10| I>MJHI'HIM, Jury board was rooridiiiUoil by electIIIKK. was: di'iiiod porinlmdon by t HID HIIhrelllo (wooly, 1"1111.11 for I the year 1927.'

Misses Hazel MIddleton, Eliza tile city, wiio were in Union county U..d.h', court ,loil.iv .lk .h..II'nIY" Tin following wan
..\MS: I IV .'.\11. .XI Tllt: TIGHT :: S. Matthews "chairman mid I till' rp"olllul
attending the funeral services validity of tin inheritance, tic nduptt+d.
teeth Andrews Ruth Sternberg and I I 1\,1'\ J. II. Itltch, dork and auditor.
Lucilo Johns. there for :Mrs Mattio L. Harrington Jacksonville Jan. fi --Six mouths provisions of I tho ptvsont' fodural" .. ItcNoluilon
C A. 1 1"II11'hIIK retained,
Monday's Times-Union carried I whom IIt'IIl'lngolllded! fatally Buck Perry and Klniipy Kite 111 jail. and, a line of SUM I ) I 1M tlmlenally of (Iho board., as cei'retay revenue In w. A resolution of tho hoard/ ot

the'following account of the festival In the shooting aff.tlr Christmas were placed. In jail Sunday afternoon C. J.I (Cruze, Hrudfonlounty I'pou motion. It was ordered Hint In an opinion by JIIHCO| | Hulherlaml. (ounly Commissioners of llradord -
day. and :llrlvln11"lnney: : allowed ( liifuor dealer, muts piy: fur I tho court bold I that tin I ,
and the result of I the judging \\II r. J.I II. Hitch 110. inailo' IIIII'hIHIlIg County, Florida, granting; to
Auspiciously ushering In the All the witnesses have returned 'ball for nppearanco In mayor's ocurliiK a federal prohibition agent for ho I hoard.IOGIX stale had failed lo OBlahllsh (lhat 'lorldn, I'tnvor & Light 4 Company,

New Year Jacksonville's initial to the city It was stated Including; court Monday morning following! gent/.:. as a iiHtumur. Us I two al.les.J. --.-_ It was sulTorlug" a wrong which Ile BiiccHHHors and assigns, tho
Orange Blossom Festival I parade Willis Harrington son of the a disturbance In the western part I D. Cruse and A. Hunter had l to 'i;: 1111ritv 1.:% furiilHliod, I ground, for drcss' by gbt, prlvllogti and authority for

;yesterday morning proved one of slain woman, iMio Is alleged; to of Starke. Officer Alvarez was pay $25 fines .'1'11 <;ir: i.inssi: ': T\ the most colorful events In the his- have fired the shot which killed illed to the scene by residents on A jury convicted' Crnzo and his 1"1111,11, hail pointed. out Hint instruct, maintain and" opurate( In,

tory of the city. Scores of brightly Retiring after the latter had approached account of the liberal use of profanity oinpanloim yesterday inornliig I ;Mjii-lhi SM> H .Into 1)w ii. nude Its constitution. It was prohibited upon, III'"I. under and, across Ihoproseltt
decorated floats and automobiles the Harrington home Indulged. in by McKlnney the first case of this term' of federal ors Should, llnti Heniiiinlili from Imposing' n lit 111'1 OK luting and future public

and nattily attired marchers and started firing wildly, mortally and some of the others Deputlzg court where anyone uccimedf '1'11".-. "ostatos. and bud Insisted Hint I tin toads, h lull ways, streets, avenues,

participated In the procession, wounding the woman. Hock Warren to go with him ( violating the Eighteenth amendment provision of alto federal law to nlvo alleys, bridges, nam-menls, Ilnlnthlr

which required about thirty mint No, dellnlte date has been set for \IcKlnneyMIS placed under arrest has liec'n found guilty after 'I'll llatinssen, Jan. 1. I If motor credit. up( to eighty par 1"11 onrodoral ( public Vi 111'01 In Bradford ,
oJl the Inquest into the death of Mrs. without trouble but according tothe trap Inheritance" luxes similar
utes to pass the reviewing stand vehlclo owners of Forlila are 1110- County, ,101'1,11. and Its succes- J
wt the Barnett National Bank Harrington it was stated yester- ofllcer It nek Kite resisted arrest Testimony presented In tho case lust ed by lid "hco nfllcors/ befnrn.lun- slain taxes was a discrimination MOlS. except us are located' I Iwlllil

Ijnliatog.. tiny by M. B. Craig, magistrate, and Perry Kite came to his byV.. P. Hughes, assistant dls- uary 15 lo ohliiln their 1H27 I : II- against Florida and against tlio territorial limits, UM

The parade was the Inauguration before whom the hearing will he sslstanco. Holding the olllcer rlct attorney was that Cruze delivered ('di 1150 lugs, as lur us Gov, John \\'. Its ill 1/"ls. loW l'OIHlllul',1, of lncoriorntod| ,
of the festival which Is to be held from behind Perry prevented the a load of whiskey to A. "'. Martin Is coiueinecl, I They will Impardoned. Tin law ussiillod ails doilurod Titles 10wI O\'r which thu board

made an annual uftair. Other ma- :\O'UU officer from making effectual use np'k. a "dry" agent after a prearranged 1. I lao thief cxocnlho 1..- by I Iho' l'OII.t to bo const II ulloiiiil of county commissioners huts no
jor events of the day were the football IMSSKS: TIIICOIGH ST.UIKK: ot his club on Duck who struck sale. J. II. Craze and day udvlMiMl Gerald" I.". I Items of and Ihn I fll.t Hint It Inlorforoil with jurisdiction. Heclrlr. light and
game at the Fairfield stadium nicer Alvarez several times on lunter helping him unload tho the Fort Plorco" N'w.-TI'I. hll 110.'l'lm Iho exerclMo by HID shun' of Us filI power truiiNnilsslon and distribution -
I he head and face. His deputy wet goods., powers of taxation or hud, I lie
between the Geneva college team, Miss Marie the goveuor's inossngo: was In > llnoH, !toguthiir with all necitHsury -
cit Beaver ],Falls Pa., and the Ogle- known motion Shelton scenario well Dock Warren ,declined to go toLho Willie Johnson/ ( anil John Key- reply to one from \Mr. lloiuio staling foil of removing property. fl'.1 Its or ,II'Hlrllhll 1I'I>rl"lnn"f1
thorpe university eleven of Atlanta writer picture assistance of his (chief saying olds pleaded guilty to violating I that the sheriff of St. l.iiclo reach was not sulllclont RI'OIII', for tin purpose' of supplying electricity -
Ga., and the Orange Blossom passed through he did "not want his eyes scratched he dry amendment and received county would not Indicate whether tho court bold, for Judicial relief to sl.lt county and, Its HIIC-
afternoon her
ball at the Seminole hotel last north Wednesday the on Lim way 1 out." IIne of $50 each. bu would' act upon a suggest: :, Ion Tho statuto wax dellnod us tlm supremo cKSSors tl Inhabitants Ih"rfof.
night; sponsored by the junior on Orange Blossom Residents of the neighborhood C. It. blocker went on trial In from UIH comptroller's olllcn some law of Iho land, which could. ami to persons and corporations

chamber of commerce. ited.Miss went to the officer's aid and with the afternoon in two cases In limn. ago!: that owners of motor voblclus mil he affected by I Ihu constitution beyond the limits thereof, for _
Legion Float. I'irst. In Shelton hits a real soft the arrival of olll<:ers from the the first, Judge, ; Jones ruled the hn given until Jiinuiiry 15 or tho laws of slates light, heat power and. other purposes -
her heart for Starke because
An Impressive symbolic float en- lerlff's office: the three were evidence Insufllclent. and on the to obtain lags "Wliunovpr HID I relict 10111 and 11)1)III'11' provisions. fund ,
It her home
tered by the Edward C. DcSaussiire > lived.wait with our her mother and her brought tol jail Later Kinney second that the warrant did not Neither: tlio governor, nor tint powers of (ho federal, government conditions, ."llt"1' thereto:

Post American !Legion!!; was awarded grandmother< aliout fifteen Kite was placed In Jail by Night: ; peclflcally state the correct' place comptroller Is trying; lo chaiigo'\ !!; f lit and 111011 of I HID slulo como 'Into Ho It r"Hulv,1 by the Hoard of
for the big golden bowl by the !!; Their 011..11far. years Olllcer Sapp charged; with being 1 to Hr-arcli. He Instructed. "notnllty" law Governor: Martin' telegraphed. "IIt11 (be halter) must yl'I." Iho' (County CnnimlHHloiierH: of lirad

judges for the best float In the pa ago.tlndale!!; Villa place and wan "famous fur- Trunk and disorderly, after he be- verdicts In both cases.Cheslcy \Mr. Hoane. room said, adding that "congress : ford t'olIy., 1"101'1,11. In regular!!;'

rade. The Legion float bore a strawberries was I' i amo abusive because he could not i Fogg/ of the Graham "llowuvor," the chief executive "cannot iiccoininoiluto Us InglHlullon session ussenibUHl':

replica of the Liberty Bell and uni- its Miss Shelton bus been In Palm -cure bail for It nek and Perry.In section, charged with violation of added, "we feel that all tags; could: (( to tin coiiMlctlng or dlHSlml- Section" I. 'I"h"rl" Is hereby

formed men of the army, navy and Leach working the scenario of mayor's ('ourtIonday! !Mel- ,I I the prohibition law was tried In"eclerul not he delivered promptly on Junuuiy ar laws or, the several Htates nor grunted to Florida Power & Light
marine corps and drew applause the Girl on Fox un McKlnney plead guilty to the i court Monday and found, I I. and soma JnilKinent should control I HID ,diverse conditions to Company, Its successors' and, assigns -
throughout the line of march (I Joy to be, a forthcoming Allan ill-orderly charge and wan fined not guilty by jury He wasc represented bo Lined In trying to enforco this bo found In I Hie various sllt",.. ( himtln called the grantee ) 1
picture by
The Legion float was precededby : ''lIwal1 I( :Miss Shelton produced hopes to vis- $T 50 and costs. Kinney Kite was by L). E. Knight of law on that account and tho ruin "Pial Ily thorn Is no siibsliinco the right prlvllcgi; and authority 1

the post drum and bugle corps It Stnrke when the ''given a fine of $10 and 1'0lltsotE'r tarke. li being followed, In every county In HID contention' that 1.1 state for the I full period of thirty ((301 ,

and marchers from the Forty and to Palm Reach to make company the goes pic- )I ph.ullng guilty to being disorderly. The above men were arrested In Florida to give until January 15 bus sustained, ur Is Immediately, In yours from halo of the passage of )

Eight Society of the Legion.>: The ture In February.M'.W Perry Kite pleading guilty to the tiring a drive by Federal problbl- leeway.. If It Is not ngri''>abl to danger of IlIstllllnl any direct InJury this resolution to construct, mala- J' .

t Leglonliire marchers were given charge; of Interfering with an of- lion agents; operating out of the people of St. Lode county and us Ihl result of thn IlIf"r"11 tai and, operate In, 11..1. 11"1/,

honorable mention in the list of : : lll'II.IUNG AT hoer was fined $25 and costs. ulnoHVllle while they were de- Its peace olllecrn."' life peace, olll- aleut of HID act In question." 1111,1.1 and, ucross the present existing :-
I such organizations and but for LIKE: CITY llu k Kite charged with being IIvJ'ring; to the ofllcors one hundred core can enforce Urn law literally Immodlutoly I after HID I deliveryof and future 1 publli roads/ ,

I the fact that the post won the ,disorderly and with resisting; arrest and fifty gallons of liquor. A on their own people but us far as I tin I court's doclslon Senator highways .Mtroets avenues, nluYII.
bond of $100 for his few days before one of the officers Iiomocrnt, Florida, Introduced .
grand 1 prize of the festival would gave: appear am Individually concerned If they l'I..ldl"r. bridges; easements and .' pub-
have probably been awarded the Green nnd Phillips Confer With ,mce In !Mayor's court next made arrangement* for the dolly ire arrested! and convicted, between n bill lo eliminate' till In- air places. In rirudford County, and

marching organization prize do- Got; 'eminent Arililfotl, MonI.IY.. ery of the liquor/ now and January 15, we herltani-D tax: provisions" of HID Its SI'.SI..II.' except such city or

nated by the Malcolm McCrory Other faxes ]>|NH>HO<1 --- --- will vote for their pardon." federal rovenuo law. t.WI Htrnctu as are located. withIn
company. Washington Jan. 3.-Representative Will Bright, disorderly bond It was explained at the comp -'-- tin territorial! limits, us now
This honor was taken by the attendants U. A. Green and State 15.0,, troller's olllce today, that tho January ,'nlsttutel. of Incorporated, cities .
of the St. Augustine Senator'W.. Phillips of Florida Gall; n, disorderly bond $5.00. 15 decision was only a suggestion or town over which. the Hoard of '
Tallahassee Fl.i., Jan. I. A. R. New morning about
float, a beautiful creation representing today conferred with James A. W. I I.,. Carleton speeding $5.00 to thin sheriff I that they glvo ', Vnlr'M I County Commissioners bus no JurIsdlctlon '
Wells, of Tallahassee Is the new 'I.k. Mary ': / H 'iiiinliigwav -
Wetmore acting supervising. on h- bond. motor vehicle ampin I1.'lh electric light and
the Ponce do Leon celebration i chairman of the Florida railroad I owners opportunity daughter of Mr. and Mrs powttrtransmission
reference to the have Silcox disorderly $12.50 to obtain their before and
held in the Ancient City. Itoct, with pro- ommlsslun. Mr.' Wells was elea.ted tugs Ion Heniinliigway. of Waldo' wits dlHtrlhutol 111C1
The attendants, costumed In uniforms posed new public building at Lake 1 bond. to that post today to succeed prosecuting them. This system, .serloilslv burned whllo .nreniirliiirbreukfnKt. .. together with all nocessary or -

of Spanish soldiers were City.The It. Hudson Hiirr, of Miami. It was stated 1. Is follownd every Ur.l of sirable appurtenances' (1..IIdlnl
mounted on horses. government; already owns 'n:."" S'IIElIl'I :oI The election of Mr.Vells as year and 1 no attempt Is beinginado 111.1 lir ThllIH.11'111"11." liilnosvlllo.\\11.11. plans' towers, conduits ald ,
I Jordan. .' At.Ins the land and it Is. proponed to Construct to revlHo the stuto law which and, for Grantee's own lien, telephone -
111) buy chairman of the commission camot called, doing everything that
building at cost of $100.-) requires that I ho tags must bo. oncars \1'1 and telegraph; linos) for the
The won a Kffoethe: 12:01: a.m. Sunday |
Ray Chapman company an executive session, when It. L. could hi 0"1 but slue wont to
r the prize for the best float In the 000. :Mr. Wetmore promised to January 2nd we have a new schedule. Eaton, of Monticello. who defeated by January I. sleep to wake< no morn at o'clockMonday purpose of supplying electricity to
parade driven by a woman. Miss go Into the matter carefully and to Trains will run as follows: I Mr. Ilurr for ro-clectlon In the .-- morning. : said county and Its aU"COHKorl. the

Mabel Hawkins was the pilot of state his attitude at an early day. bOUTIinOUNIJ June primary, and., Eugene; S. Matthews SCHOOLS: ItllllN1:1): ; : MONIIIVllrudford Funeral' services worn hold at Inhabitants thereof and persons

the attractively decorated Jordan No.1 hue' Starko 10:50: p.m. of Starke Incumbent com- HID Methodist church, Ituv. York, and, corporations beyond the limits -
Playboy automobile that took the float handsome entries. represented Not: line Starke 10:33: a.m. mlKslon. also a successful candidate county schools reopened pastor. thereof for light, hunt, power

prize Miss Martha Henfroe rode Cohen, Brothers and Furchgott; Xo. 303 Die Starke 10:03: am. In the lust ruction'' presented Monday morning after a twoweeks Kll/aheth; was h01'1 Fornundlna. ami other. purposes.
I. with Miss Hawkins in the car. The department stores which with the NCllTimoUNDNo. : heir commissions for membership holiday for the Christmas' Manh IB, 1912 I : moving to S".tlnll II. 'As a condition precedent -
season Reports! In (I lea to that cnjrollment of of thin
prize cup was awarded by Howel St. Augustine float were given 2 Die Starke 4:08: a.m. on the commission. \\01')0) when very al I 1. Sho was tllkllli 8rrO.t
in several of tho schools. grunt; the County of liradford
and Jenks honorable mention by the Judges.: No. 4 Oil Starke 3:52: p.m. MrVells' was elected to the a trill member of Methodist
'\ The cup given by the sports The University of Florida float No. :301 I Due Starke 0:16: p.m.STARKr ommlsslnn In 1913, acquiring the I Including( the liradford. High, will i hurch for soveral years. She I.1 loved hereby reserves such right at Itliven
) show an Increase over tho first to It by 1841 of the
committee of the chamber of commerce bearing the seal of the state university AND WANNER seal of Itoyal C. Difrin of Lake her Sunday school( and Lnuguo ( H.\on
Homester. The Bradford High Revised, General Statutes of 1920.
for the best motorcycle or way also prominent was No. 101 Leases Starke 6:30: a.m. county, who did not run for re- and was awnys present whnn ponslblo -
bicycle entry In the parade was a decorated automobile fromStarke No. 102 Arrl "s Starke 2:10: p.m. ectlon. Tho now chairman was a (I school started late In Septemberand to attend. If lPull'nbJo. and as It It ru<|iilrod
1 will end Its term the latt..r'pllrt to reserve by said section. It applicable -
won by the police department depleting the strawberry T. J. GRIFFIN: ember tit the Florida legislature Tlm Senior League hays w"rl
\ of :May to purchase at and after
traffic department which formed Industry. -aIIiltt'11.Lt1G-- for several yeaI'll.neorKanlzlltion' pall hearers and the girls cnrrlvdtioqiiots :
HID / of the term of thU
the vanguard of the parade. Miss Music In the parade was furnished : mVKI.MNO: of the railroad 1.'I.Oltlll SCII Ad,IINST of flowers.She grant the property of the Grantee
by the Jacksonville policeband commission the loaves beside. her
riding on the was outstanding
Parraca. r.\ \ i,.\\v Tiiitow.v OI"TWashington plr"nl. us and to the extent provided In
Cohen Brothers float was judged the Legion drum and bugle: event of a day set by law for the three brothers one sister and
P. J. Pearo ban a force of men a and by such and
Jan 3.Florlda'ssllit
bund unit required sO.tlon.
the girl in the parade corps, the D. O. K. K. commissions to till public offlreschosen host of relatives and friends to .
prettiest band., at work r..hu.llilng his dwellingon to challenge tho new federal the Grantee, by the acceptance $
.'nd awarded the silver basket the Al Cl. Field's minstrels In the last election to become mourn her death. She was laid
was North Cheriv street, partly destroyed Inheritance thrown out hereof be to have .
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Jacksonville Hotel The music wan almost continuous effective. All of the other to rest In tho Waldo .emeleryMonlny ahl1 tlepmet
donated by the fire --everal weeks granted, to Jlrudford
by ago by the court.
of march of supreme Klvl'I
Men's Association.E along: the entire line state officers elected will succeed afternoon at 4 o'clock.
when two ndjo nlntc houses were Through its attorney general, county the right; to purchase BO re
of the the procession. themselves for full and unexpired Friends covered her grave with
P. Owen, Jr., manager committee for the burned. Insurance amounting to Florida had sought; to bring a proceeding bountiful flowers. nerve,!.
The judges emu. D. C, Jones
ackaonvllle Chamber of Commerce floats wa composed, of member. $ ..00"" was Tarred, on the house to have the law declared funeral dlrei'tor. Section III. That poles and -
was declared to be the most Jacksonville Business and uml contents but this amount will ilt IS-" .!'ES! L.STK.lt unconstitutional because of Its tower shall be no IOl'otet as not Ito

awkward man In the parade was and of Professional the Women's club. They not bo sufficient I' cover the dam- The Telegraph threw In an ex- provision was discriminatory and iIt.I'.i1IKS :MOVES:' 011 it.KDr. : Interfere with trulllo over such .\

with appropriate ceremonies Mrs. J. I.. Peebles president age. tra Issue last. year for good measure wan designed to farce states to W. II. Parks.has moved his public 1'0111. highways atl'eftl. .
aWarded a cup present'd by Ray were: :Mrs. Charles Penfleld a --- giving 53 Issues of the paper levy on Inheritance estates.Tho ofllcu to the two-story buildingnear aveniios allnyx, bridges easement
Chapman. \Mr.\ Owen claimed that of the : .; Ducky Mrs. G. II. Gif- Live Oak.-Flo-Id* Power & instead of the usual 52. This was supreme court denied the the city hall, his old olllce on and public places and the location -\1| f

*n'! was not even, participating In Hannah 1I1t1sblll... Avery :Miss Hester Light/ Company i moving poles made possible by the year 1924 state attorney general the prlvl- Walnut street being torn down to thereof or relocation as may be f

the parade. ford.Webb :Miss Anna Emmons: and and wires of white ay system and coming In .on Friday and ending on 1 ge of bringing formal suit attack- make way for the now telephone desired by the Grantee' herein or J| :

Get Honorable: <'otl"l1 Shoemaker. placing them un winning Miss: L. H
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nle about It." he Mid. ]I

"Don't! I PULPIT IN MOVIELAND ;" ""'k <:"" #(> :;; 'r...;'<"',.;;.. ,!.,,,,, ,: ,---t;.', ".
do ?" : '''' .., '" I
"What you moan >.I"i: : j<'b" "'' '
, 'fgo lYIuch EfficiencyM "Don't talk to anybody about U' : I }' "'. ,,. "}"..'>",-. -{ :!i ', .'<,.,, ,... l'fi f (. : .
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except mo. If you get to talking yoU I ,j-h\ ,,!/ y.' :Ii -< :": .....<..,", ....,,,'. O,'" .
*""" Decldo The gold'-ri < >( "' ..' <' ...-.:,.>. ,8'J. "'\. '
** won't do It. now '<' '. I ': t .. .. '. : < ." : .
"; chance Is rltjhl/ hero. You're Rolniltiwuy. : : :t:"t,!" >' :" >>1
Ra Ihr"
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i }.ft: 3? .u. j fine! That clears the deckit I ).,,* ', I <... :.i1."I"t {'c."' : :) \, '* .,'"-:"

'" for my man Mr Brooke If you'llKlve ". .. '
BEGIN HERE; TODAY away?" my ompnny full authority In ; ." ;"I ;>>. .. ;, f ,'

JOHN W. nitOOKK, hnrdwsr* Mr. Hrooke looked doubtful. this lII\t I..rlllC'n you return I'll : J l<>"" ,
... TMnfr, call* 'Ioi1l...... hl. hill "A n.1! reformed?" KU.irnntee to turn over to you, a ', > M' .., for nervier. rrnrfrrvit .. lih. Mr.ftherwood Tho man who financed< tho household household. so thoroughly <-fllnlc tf nrmlrient .if theKfnmnmf was curious. that It'll i p"y you money, to run It. < ;- .' .
r: \ pornflon. LlmltiM.nml Klllclenej: fur* "KcorR.-inlzod, put on tin' feet Vou'll be able to capitalize It and sell ;!,, '

1, I IBronk* nilnilrrn Ihv nml I? wnxtnito eliminated' <'rn""II>I. a fitfuled the stock. ".k> '
.......... .......rhn...... ,... ....r..oc olTlcfenry Installed tfmo saved, Tho hardware' mnKnat" hmllaled. h. '
... ll. nitmli. lit Nlirntnmlthnt '
I!". >"p. .h.. M. A 1-3.: HAN* nnvril him1MMMHM surf. QH4 1 1I "Urt"I." :Mr. Hhorwood'' ral.U..I "I'm very fond. of my children; I t ;
,/". > jr.iir In thtt ulierntlnnof It fort hi-lHlily. lIke a canilldato. guess I'm Indulgent" IIP rtmfesse"Indulgent ,
111 .!.. plnnt. hut .t-t-ltH In rhlilvhe with one Hpeech. ? Hoes It help yihlld ufHI .
'f'' |.rmliltnt hr mlRicrMflriichat tnwiul lit"? V
' .\ nnftlnu. rcoiiomr *...<. the Tinh.ndvvriro man wan obvloimlyInicii'slcil < to ho Induls-.Mit
"".tJ ""I'm II.... ... 'h.. IIr....".. h........ and not a lit II" nlai'tled. "shoul l bo hind of cftirsp' ; reawonalafrcttlonato. IP.
.told would bo nn rnllrely dlf'j. ll.. wrlnklol his forehead" ') Into v.-rll. and all that. Hut Inlulgenca '
......... mU'.', .. fill fnlrlH' twtween tho ryes nnd. do- Is .mother thin?. Mow mu.li
. I..hnt Ahervrnod h. Iw ..IO'nl ji4-t tiiiirrlfil lint, llrm.knnnt .*. voted few Sfronds. to I thought."Hut bettor If you did not have to lie Iniilgtnl -.
> him with .!.<. rriimrk.And I If you never ran u household. ; how nim-li more sallsf.u-
yrt FOU mny yon knowvrrytMnic ." \vnlnreil., "ho""I -" torv to have an eflli-li-nt. economical
! about anything; never ran a lend pencil fat-lory:: t-hllil, who does, not need to bo Indulited -

;; NOW GO ON: ; WITH IIIK; STOKVft until, I NII vert" two-flfthi' of n. cunt nRio.ii' ?"
: .rriHB president of tho E. and. K.i ." Interrupted Mr. Sherwoodsharply. "JlI ' "' X corporation tilted hin chin n/(- "I nevi-r run n hardware .shaking hiM head. 11..00k..1
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.r gresslvvly and polncd< a finger I I Hlni'MS until I Hiived over two "Hlg talk mcatm lilg ... ;

;- Under the nose of his ,culler.
;,,' "Running a household. !III a business.
;- Isn't It?" he demanded. '
: "It'., not even a recreation," muttered
, '. the hardware< king. "1 Imagine.1

;I' If you run It at all. It'a a gift." I ,. ,
f', "Rot; It's a buHlncHSl It must !I", .
Perbaps this bantam roomer was looking for Inspiration.
Any ,_
Everything Is a buslnesn. letting: l lft
'. how. he wandered away from hla coop In Los Angeles went to th.ostrich
business; so in sleeplnIt/ n.buslncHS
: .' when, you hrenthc. It'" a farm and perched l atop a big ostrich egg-and. his owner
;I' business when you talk. Why thinkklng The Itev, <;em-e> Durn) In a < liaraclcrNtlc pulpit pose.TIIR came along with a camera. '

Is a business!"
... arch foe of dlvorco has flRhter He pressed hla/ c.imralgn!
', Mr..Hroolco Rho"f!< hln hend wearily I ---
"What's your household Invest'menti / to Hollywood to preach for adoption of hli I coda at the
In the very front yard of the last Lutheran general conference
I_. t Hnappe,1 l Slirrwocid" suddenly. I !
. ;f, *'< h. I don't know. A nil> ( hunch of : movie (colony where dlvorcex areas lost It. for the lima being and Big Ear From Tall Corn Country
!\ money and threo rhlldren. I {(lIeR..." common as flivvers. I I i then "renewed his. UK; lit with aucli
( ':'What are the annual expenst-H?!" And what's more, Ills new conItrcKatlon I II 1 vigor; that It I is now anticipated
f "God knows!" I H enthusiastic about Ills lliut he will, win at tlie next con
. Mr Hhcrwood gasped< und turned : coming.He I I ferenceVhen'

pale.. : Is the Rev. Ooi'Kn! Horn, I I \ 'he received the Invitation
'!t'a urtbrMovable.1" ho1'111"1' until. recently associate pastor' ()rl to boi'ome pastor of I the Hollywood
"A man runs a hounehold nnd )_ !
ollll'1.eI"'lIIo'lal Lutheran
. I cliiireh he first" investigated. conditions
doosn't liven know what U routs, : Hot-
.huri'h !
Omaha..b.: .
I < larKest there lie learned Hint a
ten business! What dovs Its pi"Uucc'
Lutheran I
church In
America., Ills
t: number .of movie stars are mem
,to "Worry." new c-luirKO Is. Hollywood Lutheran IXM-H or the church and that children
church which Is. Just ouu block of several more are 'In the
"Can you "ell that?
"Can't Klvo U nw.iy" Hl.-ded :Mr.Brooke. I from, Hollywood, boulevard \\ he.'cI I, Sunday' school..
no iniich-dlvorcud 111 in stars
Su .lie promptly wrote out a
t ':'Amiln,,!" bluitcd-the. I.:. ,nnd I 15. I vromcnado." I'I'1" I'I I complete statement of Ms views .
man "Never dieiinied! / of ......h n .\ \\' ,<- ItcpntiitlonHev. on murnnui: and .divorce and sent

; thing In my life Why it's rrlmlnil I!: I Horn Iwm a reinitutlon, In them to the church olllclnu' '
It's an offense nKMinHt luw and, ,,1..I..r. 1
: Lutheran, circles IhroiiKlioiit; "Those vies ore unalterable. '
Who this houtuhold. of OIII-H'?
> hi; wrote, Does the IIIVltatlOI1'Plllllllund"
America for the IlKht; he IUIH conJucted I
) "Kverybody ,in (It. ("on"I.,. muully; I ,
on divorce. He Is ,
and tho ucrvunts Homo. .
n.Hll of the Lutheran" fliurclrft'halr-I I
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,"Who's Connlo? \ daughter Constanee." oinmltlee on divorce und Is In I '
147, ,'' "My 'Ino for the ,chnlrm.tiiHhl| of Its ( thy church wired buck :
."''' /"An<.l there's nn system? No ae- '
It: 'eotlntlns?" .oniinlltc-o on uncial and moral Ml 11,1'''.
Ii! .. A-c-Hnre. Ho U also tin author of Tho new minister has just Denim
: "No system! I ever dim-ivnred. x"cert -
: 'h.. "Horn Divorce Cudu," nhltlime hu new ,duties und It Is too / ff
.J! hnndlnir me tinMils, und tilling
. I Lutheran cliiirch Is ..ollv us yet to get the rentlionol pr look pleasant.
mu to "xle.t"1
/. .. "And you'vo nevt-r even tried to I I lo' adopt at Its next ..... the film colony to his utteruhccs -

t:" get at tho cost?" I ,'erence. I Onu thing however may

}:/>' \ "Oh. I started adding u|I' the rliock. "I've (fol a man who can tcncli a hen how to save time This code would, outlaw all be said Kith safety I Out 111 lowu ihliyeui the -mn tall -mil the .-ur are lurise This cor.bflns .
,:Jl stubs once but 1 Rot H" "-.-..1." said and IttuiiKj an cnn" xrounda for divorce except lull* lie wuti I loiia down or modify held hy Mlxs H'-ti Kim "f Uw Molnen, weighs two pounds Thinuih /
.., Mr. Krooke shecrdshly. "1 hnd. too money- vj'!llty, and would place reutrlcMou8 I I hla dtiinons In th. least through. I vurs make l I>UHU-|.
tnnny other thlnns to think about." hundred thousand dollars a )'0111'. mI>. This eompnny n'!vor falls. Itcan't on I the remarriage of even .tiny (t-ur of wounding any ol bla 1 I II' '- --
'. The E. and K. president l-uned anythlnIIIr. / :" because It simply applies rl-;ht \.e! Innocent parties In such ill- Him lu nd nui. IslilonersHe '
Man. I cnn run { .
i back In his chair and< regarded hiscaller Itrooko'a ycs. botruyea. scepticism. principles In tho right ivjy. What 'orces.Purlhkr. j I' I ]JU8t mill iliul klud itl II I-
with pity. wo do Is really very slmplo-when .bo ttay Doru l Is a I 1''ladllr., : ...,
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'' "Worst cose I ever heard of. ho "Anylhlns!" repented Mr. Sherwood you know how." ]
f commented with a shake of his head. t 'lll,:;erently., "Anything from "While r wouldn't exnoct too 1J_ Ir.
"Fierce! What do you propose to do tho war Jn Europo to shoveling/ snow. much" said the hardware mnn slowly I-:: .
about It?" 1 could run the government If they'd "It would< be a (treat comfort for I::
j\ "1 wasn't figuring to do anything let me to know seeing that I'm gone
about It. What can I?" "A me.brownatone front and three away, that things would< bo In charge Ty and Tris Plan Campaign 3
:; "Everything. You can't go on for of somebody who-"

var this way. Why It'll ruin your things children< ," commented are different Mr. from rtrooke."But those. "I sea we nro golnq to do business. ," -... cI' FISH OYSTERS SHRIMPAL'S
"\ If It doesn't bust your Interrupted Mr. Sherwood _
.Jjv bank account You've simply got to tho eternal principles of "Oh I didn't 11I1Y so. nut I was 3 -
,'". atop It." economy and efficiency are Immutable Just thlnUlns" I' c cI'
'.' Mr. Ilrooke made a helpless, ge- ," declared Mr. Sherwood poundIng Mr. Brooke faltered nnd. looked 3
$i* lure and< recorded, a mental note of his desk. -"They can he appliedto BUtlty.
,:.; regret that ho had Introduced, the anything./ This corporation employn "We'll get this on pnpcr, at once!," : c FISH MARKET
)',.' > Bubjoc-t. experts In every llnf. I've got said tho E. nnd K. pronldjnt.lie 1 n ,
t: "Well. I haven't tlmn to bother a man who cnn tench a hon how to pushed threa buttons on I the I' nj "3 orrosin: nooviifs:: sri'ino
I About It now. I'vo got to go away save time and money laying an e rg.Now. cdse of his desk. One operated n U 3
:v on a trip. Although It does worry while I say I cnn do anything silent MlRnal In front of the stenographer C "2S2r
.or: me about 'leaving the yonnsMors. I'm when It comes to applying scientific. with the d.trlt hair nnd plukch".I'9.
a widower you see. Connlo Is supK business principles I'll admit that I .
. | >Bed to be tho bos,. home but-well, never did run household. JUHI for She;: arose quietly and< appronche'd,!
" K; It all comes pretty high. I suppose I'll thaI very reason I want to I'll do with book .In hnnd. The *crond button
have to stand It." It cheap. I'll make you a low rule.I'll caused the Immediate appearance UDO
.T President Sherwood glnrcd IndlgBantly. guarantee you results-big results. of a cleric, carrying a set of We con charge your 0
;\;*. IcBnl papers. Tho third button actuated YES
: "
't "Stand< nothing!" ho declared. "Don't tease me chlded Mrrtrooho. tho electric ofllce-boy. who shot lllUJiSmith's
.c* "When are you aolng away?" noiselessly Into tha room nnd came STORAGE BATTERY In U
if ."I'd get away this afternoon If ICould. "I'm serious. You've Just siizsont' to a stop nt :Mr. Sherwood's elbow.
':. < It'a a sudden trip." ed a Held to ma that open wonderful Mr. Mrnoko viewed tho .swift mohl-
.;&, ."For how long?" possibilities. Why I'd nlmont tnke lltlon of forces with n feeling that
4r "Haven't figured. exactly. I can the Job for nothing; I would," exceptthat hu wun about to take ono of tho momentous Starke
,.. tall you In a few minutes." It would violate tho principles of steps of life.rifAPTRRl. Garage
; ."Never mind now. We'll Bet to.that efficient management." I Fla.
later. Do you want this hoii.io'hold Mr. Ilrooke pondered briefly. '\ FnT; Efficiency' InIB -
of yours mnnniccd tvlillo you're 1'vo a good mind to talk to O ,....... llroak homr. .

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.,., Determined to tight to clear their reputations of the cltargo or\ ESTABLISHED 1886
"fixing a ball game. Trls Speaker (left! and Ty Cobb got together

in Cleveland where this picture was taken and mapped out legat STARKE FLA.
action to gain reinstatement In organized baseball.



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*.- i Hay boarding houses." maintained by the government, help keep I Tickets and Information at COBPEN1NG DRUG STORE
the wild Inhabitants of Glacier National Fark Alive all winter. This .

I ib.ow three young deer helping tlxtineelve* to free feed. I

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f Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph lilted Stules government Inwards I News From .VO- <--* "0- -0- '

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-- I if Iho federal ofllciitls can be conv [: Banff Huskies for the Dog Derby:J

tl in"i'd tliut this section has then State Capitallalliilia QQOQOOOO O OOQOOQOOOQOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQOO

in MIC r"o to Justify It. Utpiesfii-

Live State News tntlve \V.V.. Chalmers of Ohio, I K .
I declared\ In HII address before tile -. Flu Ian I

Kotar.t' Club here Charles M l r of schools at Miami; was elect t> d I
1 t president of the' Florida ,Kdm: i illonal I
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES PenxacoliiKsramMa may entail Association al the conclusion
I L have u sntsiima packing house If '
I I0 of Its yearly meeting hen. '
I plaits of the (lulf Coast Citrus Kx-

-__.____'____. _._______- ---.-'---..-___'* I i h.uiKf\ bear fruit Dr. O. F. Win- ed Mary vice Shepard president.of Ocala The was following mini-
,; berg president' of I the exchange" : ,
Okee'b beo.-A migration chosen to fill vacancies In theKxecullve
to Jacksonville. The were !
body of John I, told a delegation of satsunui frow
Florida, strangely ,different! from 'K.: \ Committee: Dean I II. :MSulley .
Hough engineer, with the Il'rH. meeting: at Slher Hill Ala.,
those when thu nation wax young, Florida State College fur
Jacksonville that the exchange xtands ready lofieit
Is hi'lnglnade by farmer descendants Terminal I mpun>'. Women ; 1t. I... Longslreet. Daytona

I of Swedlxh and German residents 2
of Iowa Wlsconxln and a TulliiliHxxee hospital of Injuries Joseph \'ollllhholi.'I'Ht/ Palm IeI
Ohio. Four hundred of t them huvepurehased i received.I I'll'nwIIIl'r.--1'he newton Bridge \11'01'11\ I "
Monday afternoon when
Company, rat York Pa., was
should have
10,000 acres near tills Ian Florida an appr0rration
automobile he was drlxiiiK wan awarded contrails\ for 3 bridges I I
town and 40 families are said to of lit least $200,000 nod
tau' on their way to clear) the land. struck by a stolen cur occupied In Pinella( ; county, to cost upwards a minimum school term of six'

I' by negroes teethed here this of $100,000. The contractprice months for white pupils, the con
was $91.059.91.! / The spans ventlon was told In tho com'lullingaddress
morning and the I
Jacksonville. What yesterday I funeral was being -
will be pluit'il over the Stevenson
ofV. S. (Cnwthou IlIh'I
was a monster moonshine factory : held at I o'clock this afternoon reek on the Suftey Harbor highway Superintendent of Public Instruction I

18 miles south-went of Jacksonville at the UiverHlde. Baptist' and on the Largo road. The money should be apportioned -

Is a heap of nshos. The factory tliurih. . on the basis. of need and 1 of I'I

couslHtlng of four 750 gallon J'lIIIL-Thl.. city Is being equipped effort he mild. In this speech It I I'
capacity copper Btllls and enclosed -
with up-to-date flre-flghtlng was apparent\ I that he was laying
wlhln a six-foot pine suppling I Palm neaih.-The new Breakers :
apparatus. A new truck has been I the framework for using I the new ,
fence was located by four federal hotel a 17.000.000 structure constitutional amendment: which''
I bought by the city (commission
agents yesterday afternoon. It replacing the building: destroyedby I II and will arrive here shortly '\'hel'III'l'hIlHe I empowers the state to appropriate
was, the agents said capable of I fire In March 1925. will be formally ; price was $13.1>OU. The money for common schools

producing more "shine" than any I opened tonight with a dinner 1 city was allowed a $1,000 discount Iteiiulre each county to asses
plant of its kind ever found In one dance. The hostelry has for school t the .mime basis re
accommodations on a trade-la of the old hose and on
group In Duvul county. Agents of for 600 persons. chemical truck. iulre at least six months of schooling 'It t
the office here of James II. Lee I I AL
Society already gathered at Home and n standard for teachersand (w As
deputy state administrator made of the hotels and listed an guestsat then let the state make up

the seizure and set at once about others' Is planning a number Miami.Five laborers and one I the deficit for I those coal uUes, who

the work of chopping lip the xtllls of affairs for the season which Miami policeman were In hospitals after, they hi nra done everything:

and burning the plant to the opens soon. All-year hotels have today following: the overt in'tiling I they can are not able to produce

ground. The factory was located been well-II lied for t three weeks I of a speeding motor truck ,enough money for the minimum

about five and one-half miles and golf courses are crowded I I hauling 60 men In work. Twenty-' term the superintendent said In

southeast of Yellow \Vater school one 01 laborers were carried InhOllplllll. brief. .

in the section hearing that name ... hut were dismissed after ,., .
and on the edge of Sal Taylor Tallahassee The escape of a receding Ircament. Those nd- Following Is the 1''w.111..... '
the line. negro convict at the Ralford Htate milled to the Institutions are slid A'
Clay county
creek near ( message: of Governor(! Mnrlln to the '
Only one road lend to the plant farm and recapture In other Htiites I to be In a xeiions condtllon. Don people of Fl oiidtu'On : u fka o

said the agents./ As they approached of u white man and negro who | II i. Foster, Miami motorcycle patrolman I tha I threshold of 1 1927! :! lotus I: t

In an automobile they saw two made their I Ketanny from Florida t wnit. struck and knocked stop a moment I mid determine .... '" ._. ,,

white men and a negro flee prison <'iinips xome time ago was I from his machine while excortlng what should, be north while for LOVE ME, LOVE MV PO6 HAIoI'' :" M4K-IIVI; A V/IMM:H AMW\ tilt DOGS:

through the swamps. The factory reported to the state prison bu a private automobile hauling live Florida' In the next" 1 I.1: months and
I lenn.Vfll O'Neal At the dOll dcrbv will a>, the huskier don't tnt null neither\ n.u.llpl willmenevt
was a model of efficiency mild the negro entenced of the Injured men. He was taken how we bent take advantage my I ii to work,
I to ten years In Sn niter to limy most nttractiv, feature tat< l ihe ill the huve brpnkfnui lain\ h tml0inner nrniitv" tu tlv In end, null urcod
Fents.': Indications were that It a hospital. of the triumphs and misfortunes bund \Winter Carnival; .
nerd ret taut only dinner! it f 1 M fur -nrinip and .It' even temper.
county In liiL'l! for assault to
murder .
bad been III operation .several that we have gono through to-j; runr 6-12 inclusive/ it IP Interest on n oouncl of micv row m"nt W ItI III nil Inc... :Ipnerid not
months and probably occupied day made his second escape from Tallahassee.--The life of Chas. get her. (ins to know about the sonata The word "hupKv" in the vcr ntonp or the dater nut on the dr,..
and shuts, turning out between Kalford. Those apturvd were | which compete In thin oulrtnnifnafeature. nnrulnr of the ,dov.mnsrer rnlurnnce .
night I row n, alias Charles' 1'1 Ill'II II. which 111111'e bus I1lv"J'I; >' all Hint meunr vr Lost vHr 'race
700 and 800 gallons of shine Fred Grillln white, sentenced to was to have, been taken this week man could desire Hut we muni Every day 1u...... th. I rerie" ot dn? a-ith a wolf f the 'ooorr..t
hours three years In Polk county for robbery summer sensor IP Hit,,''I rnnvtourist .inff mans of the cvoif tromp: orrnrt the rlnteh Imotai r
every 12 taken at lloldeusvlllo.\ Ok III.. by the electric chair at Ualford work Intelligently< and hill'moiilously visited Ik* Mill Hmn.i"I. iiinntii of pnilurnnre (.'IIi... and Joe Smith negro, sentenced has been spared, at least tempo' or the woods will out-giow a tont > throw from thi- I "l r1! hernardf Inn nlhi't marl aeivvnreetlK '! \ of Ham Knii-hf

Daytona Beach.-An agreementthat to three years In Made county last rarily. Gov. John \\'. Martin today and smother' I the roses as In a lie Sorinir notei"Sat of 1t>ir. .rnepn a'th n w lf the IM-vpnr-oln' 1"\1.n..I'ICt\ ..hrriln
the federal government announced that he had !granted alerted garden I would ask that Master, nm. >n. a' old -".1I1t in tb. ncHvier tvne "I t nnfHMl > mo'l it rrie SH mules, '" ''BV'
June for .
property a respite to Drown, convicted we forget small\ jealousies, 1 the petting I"cllllm'hl'n ear .*f n....e / nu.k'I''d t 'axed. tiltr tin loir* Un" rnnn trail r* the operated
should privately
own recaptured at Montgomery Ala., doiri ,
Voluxla for the of one section of the state satins then fro/er -' rn thru r.Hle' inn feet otevpntIIP *Rn "larirt! nn one: blrk ,"nnr -
county murder of
section of the Inland waterway I where he Is being held for robbery This wa the inevitiitilt' inrr'r, m I Ire nulls from' fnrrnino in their nuiilirrie rne ;oriole. u<*tt) the
from Jacksonville to Miami If the \Howard ( lied' ) I'xher a tail driver. against the other. A loam of rounir and :old 1 1 ink. .a. fu-, .,. "lie im jrder 'foot u ,m i ro' 'OOP, heq t tetendinv or I the :datt
I The governor; stated that he horses may be ever so powerful point to the nui>kie' .hHih... ,
, proposed federal Improvement i n -i)'r made for the dumt nrut ti tinmutr the momenturi" nf the
measure before congress l Is adopt had stayed the execution of Drown but unless they pull In the same I' dividual Kennel tr the -ri.f it A no annol near' themxeivrp ed. was reached here today at a ping and flogging !Monday night of after receiving a number of urgent/ direction they get nowhere. the nines Ov Late rivet 'a ante ike numan. .Few. nn-kvarerl trivet. Do"plnlr the .trenirtbtc
conference between officials of the James Mellssns. proprietor of a telegrams from Volusia county res "Let us put out of mind I the disasters ,""The? seem terabit ::1'0"' I'".''' i (....1'.. Dcitiirrrod The nee'' ovp nit 1nrt o" ntnninv b-
East Coast Chambers of Commerce curio shop and cafe here. !Me- idents.! The messages, the chief of the past few months but I Ike tateswrier i L..I'! .lint a ciliifree! in the eve: of tau I 11/1' final uii i-nthinir the :nriol.

and Harry 1<'. Kelsey West Palm llssus was Kidnaped on I the street executive' Hold. declared that do not forget the few unfortunate I

Beach, owner of the East Coast taken to !Moon lake near Newport Brown Is Innocent nnd that an effort victims. They are our people ,

Transportation Canal, a unit of the Illchey and flogged!': by four unidentified will be made to reopen the and must bo cared for. I would I ._ ..
abductors. He was left case to present additional evi especially appeal to the lawmakers 'I'I' iI '

waterway. In the woods and walked buck to dence. of the state who will meet this 1r 1// ...:..... -.-- --....... "-: .
Newport Illchey where friends year to give serious thought to the I

DeLand.-Hy a temporary re- went to his aid and brought him Jacksonville. A duty before you. Counsel with
voluntary petition l
straining order the board ofcommissioners back here early yesterday morn- In your people, but remember that In'I
bankruptcy has been flied r Now available in
of Volusia county Ing. a larger sense you are forming tho
In federal court here by the West I
today were denied the right to Plant Cly (corporation, a realty development ground work of a whole state and I I three attractive
proceed with the construction of not of peculiar community
Deytona Beach.-A few seconds company of St. Petersburg CO/O7V
a new court house, according to after C. A. Bennett DnytonaHeach Fla., court attaches announced or county. I II
plans recently! accepted by the There never has been a Krollt..roppotrlll1lty i
meat dealer was exoneratedby today. The concern list- I
commissioners. The injunctionwas i It seems to me, forconstruttive I
of a coroner's Jury on a plea of ed llubllltlen $100,921\ and assets -
application thought and work
!granted on self defense In the slaying of his of $12\ !>,986.10. Most of the ,
Samuel Homer Jr., In his own than In Florida now The coming: I I
I friend of many years J. I' Sims, assets however, were In reales- I
right and In behalf of "all citizens year should contain u challenge: I I
warrant sworn to by Mrs. Sims tale equities and notes which was
of Volusia (county who for all of us, the challenge: of al I ,
started him on his way to county Interpreted! as accounting for thetact ; "
claimed that their rights to use or young: and spirited state with commuliltles I
Judge hearing: III DeLnnd on a that listed assets were more
a walk through the court house charge of murder Testimony of than liabilities. to build Government to I' I .
grounds would be jeopardized by : .. heater and unused millions of rich I
I relatives and employes of Bell nett
, the erection of the structure as acres to bring under tho plow. To I '
planned. was to the effect that Mrs' Sjmx Prepare for Accidental the people. of the State of Florida, I I
I and her husband were about to Il.v.lton hand. I I'IHh a happy and prosperous
part over the man's personal hib-
Tarpon Springs.Plnellas coun- its and that the Bennett family, Liquid Powder New Year. *
Investigation The N.vePawrfufAna.rpla JOHN W. MAHTIV. II

continuing an
officers were of friend to I
ty a'tillthe part
was /
of the For Cuts, Wounds, Datum and Governor.
: today kldnaJl-,1,the woman which aroused Sims I Brulaea. tMtt ttjf'or j I I
Bennett In the Benntt
to attack :
West Palm Beach.-\\ I <: |x>n IIIK'H Drug Store lllds far( construction work on
auditorium. store. Florida highways which Is estimated
ed repairing city I I "
will amount. .. .n.tit $1.,.fiOO.flftn will'_ 'n
+1,311:1'HI\IJ'U/11'Oltltl': :: : .\IIOI"rI be received here January 20th by I J IJ .

the state are as road follows department.: .Projects The Ford coupe is the lowest priced closed car on .

Dlxlo highway.! Palm Beach i the market and one of the most comfortable for
a county, rock base. 1C.3V miles. I
Dixie highway. St. l.uclo' connty I all year use. The body is of heavy sheet steel and

I. 1 I ,Dixie hard highway surface, 17.21 St. Johns miles.coon f is mounted on the famous model T Ford chassis :

taut ty, from St. Augustine south I known the world over for unmatched perform- I''
tearing, etc., 15 39. I

I lilt Coast )Highway, Franklin ance. Upholstery is very durable and is built

county, clearing/ etc., 17.13 miles I
Itoad No. 2, Lake county, clearIng i over deep steel coil springs for easy riding. Easy r

etc., from Silver Luke Forks' .
to Kustls, 10.5 miles. t( operation and economy make this car particularly I

Overhead paces on the Dlxlo I suitable for the business man or woman \
Highway across the Florida Fast: .
Coast railroad In Martin county, and for the small family. See it for yourself, test

same bridge': highway over: Turkey In Ilrevurd creek county on the, r i it, and compare it with cars costing much more. j
I bridges' ''': across Doctor's Inlet and
Black creek on Hoad No 3 l In II You'll agree that it's great value and a great car. :

Clay county. |
Rapid completion of the new hotel : ]We will gladly glue you a demon. .1.' I!

for Tallahassee Is evident in j ration without coat or obligation ';II\ it

t the work progresses. The hotel i I ''" i*

named the )Florida has been

leased to A. II. Alvls and J. II.

i Waddill, owners of several hotels J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

,, In Georgia Mississippi l and Ala- ,

bama, for a period of 10 years.

It Is expected that the hotel will STARKE FLA.

open April 1, with the start of the ,

Florida legislature. I DnproveI -

I I money and additions to the plans
i have bees made, according to I AUTHORIZED FORD
vln Gates, President of the .
1 f.-//
I Hotel Company which will il.

the new building 75 guest

and make the final cost $325,000 ,

Governor John W. Marlin will
accompany the Seaboard Air Line
'special when It opens the Fort a

Myers to Naples extension on the

West Coast and West Palm Beach CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS
to Miami extension on the Hunt

Coast Janury 7 and 8. lie will
remain la Miami I to address the
Chamber of Commerce January QUALITY THAT OUTLIVES THE

k 10 on the financing of the Florida PRICE'A
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;= :.: -- A n! 4' "3'5' 4 4 t e,1Rt) OF TIIANKM Jackaonville-Thirty-seven de- are charged with transporting posse of thirty yesterday' near In-

-----1 4 4', We W''. U to express our aappro fendants arrested here on New liquor In railway cars to Washington terlachen after a chase of several

elation id our many friends for Years Day on charges of liquor and other. points. from. Florida. miles when a lake barred his prog
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I Church Services their h.nd tiyinpiithy and !assistance conspiracy entered a demurrer to ress. It 1 III believed that he is
Bits of KI'ellII< during the recent first Indictment In federal court Palatka-With a negro giving mentally deficient..

4,6' 4,4)4'I'HFS11Y'riItl Illness cf our little boy. here today and were Immediately the mime of Max Jacobs In the C
4' d,4.44> 4' i !* r
1 !Mr. and !MrH. A. J. Thomas. rearrested on a second Indictment county Jnll here today authorities "HWfflH
; : \\ (nricrii have captured the Pensacola. Longest highway
l which had been held n reserve believe they
local Nev4 laue.1I'IOVSL; F.VCTS!
Sunday school at 10 n. 111. assessed. District Attorney sober izing the colored residents of the Pensacola and Mobile, Ala.,
Preaching lit 11 o'clock a.m. III :MC-HHIIRC,, of It. :SI. said their trial probably would begin county tor ho past two yeaiu., The to be completed at cost of $2,300-

'r ;. Our People Business and Mid-week prujer' meeting at Hi'iilry.TullalinSHeo ; : February 1st. The defendants! negro was captured by a colored 000, February 1.
Concerning ,
7'30: : ( on WedncHdny evening. All
'K Progress of the County and Town. members wliH) duty will allow.. Jan. 1.-The FlorIda --

l Ihem he !New are Year expettod: \ by attending to rommeine: thpinyer .. I grown: I HclucaUoii li> a height AHHooliitlon, never before, haw Canada Still the Paradise of the Big Game HuntersThe (

j'' :' .-. .-.,.-.-,--,-,-_._------,-_._-_... meeting 'uttiilnc'il I. nrcorilliiK, ; to the annualmcsBiiKc' -
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131 '1'ho Senior Endeavor Society n M' Scale return to New York recently
of President<
WK.vruiu: HiroitTDate : Visa Sally rii'inonts and brother, < ; M Frank Doudera and r'
Jr: wll meeting; ttt 6:45: ]I' m., Sunday.Preaching here nt the yearly convention Captain r
.. Murray, of l.lvo oak spout the delivered
-- service at i'IIO: : Joseph J. Sartori of Brooklyn who
j pm of ornnnUatlon, J just
week-end with Mr. and MrH. F1. W.IfiuldlcHlon .
'ff, ll'v'k KiuliiiK I I" > Sunday. brought; with them two live timber

ifl.+ JI lull Low I'rorlp brother I of .Mr Tlu-y. lluddleston are sister, and A ordlnl: Invitation IH extended I held.Out of a total of 8,833 white wolves caught in the wilds of aF

; I 30 !53 37 .00 to all to attend those services.MKTIIOmsT teachers ;employed In schoolu over northern Quebec along the line of '' F I
,it: 31 60 21! .00 ------- --..-. -- -- of 1
5.208 are members the Canadian Pacific
-, I the state : Railway renewed -
1 !COCS 40 .00 :Mrs Marie: Livingston! McMus- ; ('IIl'It1IEnoch a ""s
2 28 .00 li-r has returned to Starke aftera the usHociutlun This compiireB attention to the fact that
( !Marvin Hooks, Pastor) and
both )
;. 3 64 38 ..00t.fjf" visit with her parents Mr. mid with 4,220 the Dominion of Canada Is still !
4 70 47 .00 :.Mrs. <;L C. Livingston, of Tampa. out of the state who wero members the greatest game preserve In ,,.... a v ; i iA1
5 72 41 .00 Sunday school Sunday, morning during tho last session. North America. Canada has a r ., ( :
: at 10 o'clock. L. A. Davis.: Supt The district meetiiiRS held dur- vast expanse of national parks In A1 /t:\ n
"" Services will be held I at Sax- Preaching at 11 o'clock by the lag the past fall. Mr: Sealey total which big frame is reared and protected wr .,
,\f' week .00
Total for
I'\i\! ton Sunday afternoon at three o'duck the delegates, reached more than as well as even larger areas ,,
if!() Itev. J. V. Kobluson, of the pastor. approximately 8,500 where bin game may be hunted ,Id ,r. ; 1 #
Intermediate Legue at 3 p. m. 6.000) of the
:J. M. Alvarez spent Monday In I :.MethodlHt church of l.awtcy, willconduct la the lit ate. The shot. The perks, particularly those ( \
Juniors at 3 p. m. white teachers in British Columbia and Alberta, ,
.. Jacksonville.Minn the services.
Everone -
; Senior League: at 645: p. m. association, he tsated. was literally serve as a breeding ground for ?
Uev C. ":, Crooke. of Jacksonville curried to the teachers us full grizzly black and brown bears, ''" ti
"1:>' i Nunnle Honell, of Jaek- will have charge of the time was allowed them while the elk caribou. mountain goats, mountain '=A ,'

teonvllle. In the guest of Mrs. J. F. Mr. and lItrs'lIl1am Smith, of evening!: service at 7:30.: Some sl'e-I ten district meetings, were held. sheep deer and a great
\\1:4.: Ktckllter Jr. Jacksonville are receiving! congratulations clal music will be rendered by musicians amount of smaller and while
t; the parks protect the animals,
Ii+ i t r ; over a son, born to accompanying him. The it. iirnsox in nit itr- the overflow Into unprotected ter-
'r! I Col.! i), E. Knight: ; spent :Monday them In Starke on New Year's day public In cordially Invited. This MKMKKKKD: : ('.\ .% ritory gives the hunter from the a w i I

\', li*,Jacksonville on professional The young man' Is named William will be an interesting service. United States and Canada a won- l

: '''tftulness.fc Slruth Jr. Mid-week service at 7:30: Wednesday derful opportunity to add to the ;.j
; r (iI1oUv'r; So'.'\IC'Poj Hc Finds:
I fc'" evening: collection of heads in his house. r ;x
t ? : W G. Seals and daughter; :Mrs. S. F. Hamrtck has returned ip:: \\iutli l.eauun I'nloli Tenure ot Twc-nlJ-Tlio Veurs.TallalmsHpe .. Captain Doudera and Sartori not r $yf, j % "'
Seals, of Jacksonville, only actually brought back to New
kits Viable
I Home after a delightful visit to her All the Epworth Leagues; of v w. ,
,W... visitors to Sturke Monday. lion In :Miami and daughter lu Se- Starke Waldo, )Hawthorne, and Jan. 3.-As R.
t.r Burr of Miami, today ended -
i t : bring.Vblle: away :Mrs Hamrlek Melrose charges are called to meet ; 'v/: tC ,, r r
the Plorida
J..A. Morgan has been appointed twenty-five years on es ,Q
tsr nlso visited Palm Beach and Lake at Waldo next Friday evening' at ..
constable of District No 2, In 'I railroad commission, he took
Wales. 7: to. January 7. It27! to complete :
r and for Bradford County, Flordla. of Ep- with him a silver service, n parting I \
the organization; an .
; Rift: from liU cowoikcrs.The I !
The Frank Fowler Circle of the : worth Leaguenlon: for these \
r token of esteem
"' Mri.! Edward Burns has gone to present a :
i. Baptist W. :\1. t. will meet with, charges. All Starke Leaguers; are
Dallas, Texas where she will visit' was from all from Mr. Ilurr's two '
t" :Mrs. P. :M Barefoot next :Monday urged to alt'nlThe\ Waldo League -
members of the commission -
her and other relatives.Col. fellow
i''+1)' ,parents I afternoon at : :3v All members Is making elaborate arrangements Eugene; S>. Mathhews, of
be for jour entertainment. '.' .....
are requested to present and A. S. Wells, of Tallahassee
I. 1) E. Knight spent Tues- I Starke .
down to the Jaulor, tor-
'day In Jacksonville on professional ,
Irr I business. I The regular: monthly meeting of .NM.UO: I 01) Ml I SLAIN sey Thomas a slavery-time negro; ,, rq yi hfir JOUu-'l: : '1 J ,VJLTFRI I AND t
the Starke Woman Club will be Lewis Thompson the commission HIS QULI;;:C

y. Miss Slnali E Moore spent :Monday held WednwKjir. Jan. 12. 1927, at Gainesville Fla.. Dec. 29.! secrtary, miiclo the presentation tm.r ,a ';fe. .. I
and Tuesday In Jacksonville' 3:00.: at the club house :Mrs W. Breaking the lock of the city )Jail! stutluK; that It was made as --G'v I j
? Middleton. chairman of at Waldo, a little town some distance retard ._.
attending to business.Mr health nn expression of high; ; INS \
...' IE. charge of the program. from here unknown parties 12UoKLYM I SI1.:;1 LLT "_ ,

'r...t' M. O. Longford; of Payer, removed George Iliidcllugton, negro Fustls---Lake: county, with the York two live timber wolves but ,Iful. In this retfiun scrm ol the! lout1ls\ owp ti 'e liiifmp ho shout... -
'Fla., was the guest of Col. and Dora Klckliler circle of the Baptist ': [55> and shut him to death nt I exception of small port loll in the they killed many more. Both have I>l'Rtudl'6:: ; nnd oi.lt.tl\ : <,rs lireIJ I K in .1 to i:i u/.lv, 'iiM .-c' Jll lr)>" exciten ,

i'b-. Mrs. U )K Knight: ; Tuesday. W. :M. I'. .will. meet ..with :Mrs la lonely spot on a road three ,vicinity of Astor, and a free range':: hunted western extensively Canada. in eastern "nd Knit I'I. of AstKn.fi. un flee. : Cana .ci,i I." \\shitby; i tau.i'tg,:: !'j:'
!M Allies from the city, where ho was idian I'r.cine Re.lw..y: ; A, II iau/h; 0 s,:i'i i n.V cue 01 t'.i' Kllti.-.ll Ci'
C. A, Knight Monday afternoon at with several bullet wounds 'jndJolnliiK) ; Polk "OUllty..lIt underuofence One of the finest hunting regions 'of Likely; Fred M"'uauii.! of NoitliVnncoUNcr till'ni.l: : .I'.ULl r 'll.t' &.1 Li..l 3lOV\S!
'jiA-;? Mr, M. }'. Brown of Tampa %:30 of next week. :Mrs. J. Shepard I found. I tho law January 1. The In western Canada i Brutish Columbia ;; Th"p''I'OI, | lliolhcis of CM, I... t fv L, .ti cr..it 'n', ',1111, .: \Hii ,
: spent the week-end In Starke and hostess. in his head and toi'so when a I passing ':no-fence provision were voted foi where mouse grizzly. ; bear of Hurkervillc: Walter .1 Nixuii u, | '.t., :i "in' 'i'i, it* a/ iiMi' r.d l fh' > hI
'r"t; Lawtey wth relatives tourist. reported the finding' of this siMtion. Home" Mme ago/: and n enormous size, cnribou mountain Invermcrc'| and Pal SI;. ,.11. of 1'ieM; i I ,I'l-< I'd' hiii." ,, 411 ,t.I l ("Ulll-bPl
'11'w; '" ___ the body to Chief of Police T 1. sheep and gums and ether Any hunter li. uK for. II.' _",
V :Mrs Mary Ihomas and I Icnttle! will bc nlluw'cI l to run at many I I > 'og; i in lie t n n < h c a L'ood fut (
!Mr. and Mm A. Alvarez; and Miss Nary Thomas of daughter Philadelphia -- Dial, of Waldo A coroner's Inquest ,free, ralllle.I ; types of big ,game are still pk-nli-, thrilling; monicnt Yo ih"(1\ can p"i I I "t 'i'i: \ "t..r: 11.::.'
little daughter, Dorothy, spent the was held and the Jury I'eturned
t ; who have been guests; the i I .
r. findings to the effect[ that -- ---- - ----
week with her )lIlrl'lItR.Ir.: and week i! -- -- -- -
past of Mrs. E. L. Hlggs, left
1' Ituddington; came to his death nt
.Mrs. L. V. !Moore
?; Wednesday afternoon for Jackson
--. the hands of party or parties un --
VII lc.
known. The had! been arrested -
,..; Eugene Matthews aorompunledM. negro
!' K; llrown to Tampa Mondays late Monday: evening on a
evening., returning Wednesday Mrs. J. K. Malnes, of Lake Butler charge of attempting; to extort an Statement of Condition of
.; morning and Dr. J. K.: Malnes\ Jr., of alleged: debt from a white woman

:tJ.t\ ,Jacksonville were guests of Col. of Waldo, at the pont of a pistol.
1t and Mrs D. E. Knight recently.Mr. Police Bald he was drunk when Ar-
Miss Anna Moo fray, Mrs II.

Gray Mrs. (I. C. )Davis and MrH r-8ted. __ _
.: W. T. Holtzendorf of !Newberry, W. J. Lancaster, of \\'111111ton. u BANK OF STARKE

'; spent! Tuesday In Sturke. who Is ntiinager: of the Gaiety l'i181S'r1.1N cnritrii ,

f ___ __. Theatre arrived In Sturke Tuesday ,
Mrs. S. E. Urownlea has returned and H staying; at the StaikeHotel. Dr. J. P. loner will preach at t

;.I$ home after a visit In Gainesville Ill* wire will join him later the Christian church the Uh! both
! the close of business December 31st 1926
r with her daughter ;Mm. A. and they will inaku their home morning and! evening.! Subject) for ; at ,
i V. Long here morning "The Sin of Ingratitude": ;

,l .. .- ----. --- evening;, "The Kingdom: ; of Ood.\ .. ., .
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,r., 1\I'S. M I':. Kdwards !Mrs J. I.. ('01. soil !Mrs. It. DliiHmore, How and when do we become sub
Brlggu: : and Mrs. Leroy Honn, of of Winter Haven, nnd !Mrs. Laura ject of It? Evryhody welcome.
Jacksonville and 'Mrs. J. C. Ad- Manning:, of Alpharettu Ca! spent Those who claim to bu Chris p We feel a pride in calling public attention to the following sworn statement -

,r7- kina of fJulnesvlllo. were guests Sunday In Starke guests of !Mr. tlanu only are especially invited

')vaq;'9.' \X'cdneKduy of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. and !Mrs diaries Overstreet. Dr. J.P. Iluner.V showing the condition of this bank at the close of the year 1926.

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J Canadian Farmers Triumph At International Stock Show



I j / NEAMAM'rRELLt.I ;1 *. ffKA/l/O ay CHAMfVO/f$aue STAii ON HAND AND ? Capital Stock $ 15,000.00

.f oar. Azy fief' IN BANKS $ 85,228.73


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.l.11'1'/ Loans and Discounts 158674.19;
\' Deposits 310,833.15

..,.. Banking House Furniture -
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N WM: and Fixtures 7,500.00 Cashier Checks 931.43

Other Real Estate 9,170.77. -

Tax Certificates and Re- Certified Checks 20.25

ceipts 298.25

f \A 3ta Overdrafts 154.67


S f t i ,. Total $346,576.61 Total $346,576.61

a y, rer'ak
rir : 'mw.aiTffrerewKiRTyiTOTtfflmfift! ( ; IIImIJJlIDl'lml1IAl"'J' <:"!"''ICM''I
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1: i ( 7t r V The depositor with modest banking needs is welcome here and receivesthe

'VI same consideration that we extend to our largest account. We believe

I LtwIT* that you will like the kind of service that is attracting new depositors to this

IP"1 I PUB) GIBBON SMEFPdl institution. This bank is held on the three corner-stones of successful bank-

WINNIPEG. MAN Canadian single exhibitor. Trcllo. "ni-tury mare entvreaov the UIII"eu't\' ot ing which is: STRENGTH in resources SAFETY in policy and COURT-
iY farmer who exhibited at 'he! In in wheal marked the fourtei 'h\ I I, Sn Katcnewnr completed :'h. clean ,

temational Live Stock Kxpontionla ; time in sixteen years it run, nn .ir ov winning' grand himn'onsniD ESY in service l\IAY\VEHAVETHE PLEASURE OF SERVING YOU
tons) competition the wheat -ti.. m mono Hv'tesdnle mares In a<1ci
t, Chicago recent! are -ubilant Dionshio has cone to CanadaTrrlle : Plan "":nnn.isnrturea' I'.er',
.. .Over their victories Compilation is an American ov o" !'h trrnnrt :ntmrionnir: *enior, iun or THIS YEAR ?
rJ Of the winnings shows that Canada He novel to Canada as a not ., !th end 1 reserve tunmr nnmri"nhirti

t carried off world' championships his parents wno miirrnted lo nc on C'lvj,'sdJiie marc inde*.Tveeniop
Dominion tr seek new opt or1 1 in. hHmnionsnir bn .rntlionn.
ti fB wheat and oats Brand ;h.m- (ties on the land tie nome-rei "i-i.
plonshlD on Clvdesdnlc horses end 16(1 acre Ir the Peace River ,v ,m '' ween once more in np ''1.,111.' The Bank of StarkeAn
beep and, numerous blue ribbons try a> s greenhorn farmer .. "I'I, oh mcion-Mns or {'""[ wnfln| I III'
on rraint and cattle in com no tit ion veers aro. Now he owns 'urr I I coin I I.ea'ters ami *nurnr1n'vrnIn
rf with the beet the United States ISO acres.Entries. the critic lne. nnnilmr, ..T* .
b, produce. from the ,,' \
''I<'n n trnnt made a notable 4,1-nwinK
Outstanding honor went lo Hernaa showed thai the nest CIt',ip' il> I 1.... ..hnV,,,,...,* were the I'nJv,,- Honor Roll Bank .
Trelle, homestead. farmer ofW boree. in ISortr) America art 'red. pity' ol Alberta on AP.,rcleer.: 0\1'\11'-1'
.n lerw, Peace ttlvrr Alberta in Western CoriKla Forest l ..' ..r'l and Herrforn Acer \\ .1 I Aiirrpn
,.e who wit crowned Doth wheat .nd I'e six vent old, atallmr .>v'. "v of tiplhecK; '' Sa-k Aocrdecr Anirus E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
tats king of North America rhre'. Hairfertv A Black ot Hclitrli.. 'II! bulls tna 1, A. Rin, -cll jf1'ow
was the first time the two errim' Sask, .
was croclaimeci irriiin ni" 'nDion n. -ieUnt.. I>P 01Shortnorua '/:
"weep taket have peen won ey a tiunnit U..ll, three year Id I .

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FlUOAT.' JANUARY; 7, 1037.


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I Down GI to His Last Ear of Corn HOW DOCTORS TRKAT I

('(>l.l>>>S .\:NI>>> TIIK: FLU ( .

Ooetety i [ i'

To break up a cold overnight; or [

to. cut short an attack of grippe.; :[

influenza, sore throat or tonsllltls, |[
.'''Jl I plnslcliinn. and druggists; are now I I In [

1)1(111.. 21! t I 4< I ommenilltig, Culotabn tho purist [

d and, relined calomel
-- -- compound
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( mlilet that gives you the effects''if
.inmsox-v.\ii.\is: : ..
MU l <. \IM.S: ';: r.vint.T.UM.H ; : inloinel and suits combined [

'; I'. II. <'. niilumt t the. nnplensant effects of [ OJ

A very delightful and uiilqui/ 'ithei I [ [};
1 ,.u lit was the weddiiK of Mr( ,: I The '; Kin or. two Calotabs! nt bedtime j[

1"1 1 I 1'11"\" Vnrne and MI>'H Kdnii: \\ Weeks hnlM.,,, with swallow of water.- }[ jh

Adil-i, oII> which was celebrated'' m fnlted, Daughters of the Conle.ler! I that s all. :No salts, no nausea |[ )1)k l 1

Sunday, lust nt I the home i>f tin' icy met Wednesday' afternoon. al i I w1ts nor I the Bllulitent liiterfei-pncu with 1 j[

I 'ndl..'" parents iu>ur Itaiford.As l he home of Dr. and ,''III' eiitlng. work or pleasure! ,, j[
:Mrs. o I, I, [
the hour of three p.m. np- i ill-Mies sixteen\ :Nt' morning jour cold has vu[ rt-
]ii, unclied the bride nnil,) groom, helm: shed, your system Is thoroiiBhly [ : J./-
I 1'd by) the officiating minister i the I J present to enjoy :Mrs' flu\ ) ac". 111'11.,1. anil, you aro feeling, tlnu [ /

II.! Frank) C. Drown, of Lake hospitality.The a with a hourly appetlto for break-I! "
business fast] Kat: what 1,1""I1(1.--no ""'!'
Il11Uur..uppeul''d upon the pmvlinnd so. on was presided yon I '
the that d.inger' |L It I is never to reduce expenditures: or cost of liv
ceremony rondo' the over by :Mr*.. R. A. Weeks. 4- [ easy

hippy' couple one wan. duly per-' chapter president. who| c.i-i u family 1 package> conaln- | ing. If 4ne-half the effort which is made to (increase
called) \ ,'"
mutl. As there fo HIM full ill reel Ions, only 35 cents. ,
r', tile house to was not room reports from olllcors/ and committee Al any drug store adv.-tf ; one's personal earnings/: were directed toward careful
II the ;
111 II ltltii a of assembled friends chairmen. lfrs1'eeks read & V\b$ economical management/ of one's personal spending

and relatives, they gathered upon ail third Interesting report of the thirty- "" "" ''''/01 I 'i long/ step would he taken toward solving our national i

the. porch, making a very plcturi annual convention of the r oJ
I>. C., which 11I"I""II' (, 1'Ightiiudloin' I economic problems.
i ,' scene, the girls In their was held<1 In nidimonil Jackson Barnett Is laid to be the world' richest Indian but ha recently fit.'nil llruilforil. I'nnnly, Shale, of

blight! costumes. forming an 'Inner Va.. and the local <'I1Uptt'I'WIIS sought financial aid from the Indian Bureau at Washington. D. 0. HW )KMI| '1,1.1,. in \cliiuu'orv.
1<, llonl Cuiiiity Hitnlt, IL The average man or woman will readily apply a
c ircle, while the men mode a darki pleasd to note that {Florid;! estate in Oklahoma U tied up in litigation and Ia doing him no good. he I 111..n.l l corporaI

'. background! behind them, and received a good share of the honors claims. H. ayi ha'i down to bIB last car of corn which be and bIB whit' niluhmnt" system of control ocr the business or household routine .

still farther behind were the multitude for work accomplished .wlta .ara.thown.boUJlwCt. I t'riiwfrinl VMUonnif ot nl, as to work to he done-things to he accomplished

of vehicles that hud conveyed Mrs J. M. Brownlee made a I lii'reiuliinlHI'ltrirlnHiirf* t.f InrfuiKt*. 1 -hut for ,some unknown reason will not apply the same

,I them to the bride's home. Atit short speech presenting to I lit', I IS: TillMK l : : ; ( : Ol-1 TIII-J HTAT19. OF j I
t 1./11oblles. trucks, farm chapter a splendid< picture IM.OUII1AV ( : control .lo personal financial affairs.Wise !.

liiiKKles horses and mules wagons and Stone Mountain, which wan Ih nt,' New Physical Culture Fad Is aBear I \ lu-i' *'fan d:'l' d, >II:die apix-nrlnir: (':till;,: of' :I'oinitlulnt: iy, :ndlititxlt.ipp'iKl : .Inthe I

framing the entire picture In the gift of Col.! W. T. Weeks. A n- nliove ...IIIIt'.1'nll.." that .1. 14.i expenditure is not meanness or stinginess, or

distance background were the solemn hog vote of thanks wile !given Col I :cult tli<- iloriuliinlH'tiiiiinnv::::) : o ltn-r rurpol.|,n nl,nnnieit inn .one IH of,aniinrpMlilent any particular self-denial is simply wise regulation.It .

and stately pines whoso vivid \\eeka for this handsome frame, ; of tlu Hlnln nf I-'leilil.i.' .
picture. and does not hni rt placo of IMIHni !- is directing I the power of money and doing away with
green and gently waving I ofl'lorlila.
plumes SH or an ntr" nt Iu tho stab
seemed to nod and bow A historical 8 z dir I ) laid. llu-ro IH 1111 '''11In the I its lost motion.
if in '
as pl'OA'rllm1'1111 given / Mole. of J..I\, ,. lion( set. rvleo of a
approval. under the direction of Miss Olive ,it'to ; j Niiliiiofim upon uliiiinunltt. lilinl(
.3, ;; ( I h.Hulil' ilerencliint' mill Unit MHpi
{o'ollowlnthe/ ceremony the Hay Inlel'eHtlnIIkeh'heK/ from the 't'\f'; ),. I :uegnl, i:| |pWce: nf: litiKlncrtN: : and:: pine"
bride and groom held a reception life of Stonewall Jackson was! rend V. + .. l In,"nl' '''rulloe IH In the Mnlo ofYurlt 4 cent '\
IV several 1' .V, \\ and In I the I'ltv( of N'e\v
when many kind wishes were expressed chapter members. Miss > ; I York;;;: ;; 'It IH :thorofmo:, : orileroil;: 1:1)11'1'10) : '' \
for a long and u happy :Marguerite Shrlver. accompanied I sold IHill-reHlth, 1)1 ili-fenilllllt, IM- ,,. I
\ II 'IH ) reiiull'4-il. to ,to, the .
by Miss 1'1"11"| | Interest ;
Ilic for the newly married couple. Ethel 1 Cirlllln. favored the .h 'I'lll <.r -'nitlitlnt, | Illeil. In, sold IIIIIHOon ] on Savings
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They will make their home In ..ompiniy with the popular\ solo ''1, or, lioruKt." Moiulnv' the 7th day
01 i 1'h"IIIII"! A. .1. I'll'! nt darks, to
"I he
Johnstown in the residence of Long.! Long Trull." \ ;. /
Mr. ... i .l-'loi' fil.i.. othiTUlHe' n deelee. pi-f-eiin-
YarIlPs.-I.ake Butler Times The hostess I'I -0 ulll IMellleleil, HMTllhlMt Haiti'
assisted ,
by her :: : ","icshlenl, (lefenilant unit 'the lil- 1
da u ghters' Sara Hope and (leorglji! '" ,,, liu.itloiiH of III". sold hill of emir" BRADFORD COUNTY t
('IIII.IHUS: or\ (<< 'oFI:1)1it.11'1'AI : t f' ,
lUynes served [l.liiinl l will l h. tnkon tin i-oiif >xsrI| l l.ilil 111'
a -
: 1E1'TIXHThe : tempting salad ,' .' -., ( ,,,.n-"hl"II' il.-ri-iiilnnl hhh
course with hot ihocolate. .;. ,,' I N n hill Het-klnic. to foi't-i'lnHO. n inorl
'{M '" uiiriover, 'iin Inli-ieHt held )hI' I litl.iinH I IN.
Ruby Davis ml'moriall'llllp- The February r. 1I1"I.tilllwill he fFb.uwy'I; I ,, r ,. 3, ': tli'Herllictl' llu-ri'ln and, 1 In ranil BANK
held l at the home of Mrs. S. L, <,f,.nilant., l.iinnleravr",',1. In the
ter, of the Children of the Confederacy ," .
Peek.IV1'FRT.IIVIIr. eel t jtiilKOiii'iil( lu-n of the/ Htil\\,1 l
will hold their regular :"y n.."n -i oHMfiit il'-rclHl.inl' itifnliiHl IhnMalt
T. Bitch 1'res. J. 11. Hitch Cashier
< ) 1 l.onnle *I"'II"r".1. HO fur, an the
meeting on the afternoon of Sat t.l 1"(mo, ,IH 11 Ih'll upon Hnhl land.
urday. January 15th Instead, of \"., Ia'o ,Rr .y I It IH finlher orilereil. I that( this
: : ': 'DISMK: H1.: tb th'f oii" |,.|* ho |1'.1011.10..1' 01K1n week CorTOIII 52525ZS'S752 r 52 t525Z52525L2 Su iZS '.i'25'Su"Ifu
January 8th. nt the home of Judge ; t < "11.11/1\, I wi--kH III the
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns at :3:30 I : : : Iti.nlroril, \ I'oiintv .1..Io..IlI'h|> a upcUl -
Mrs. in I u Htnti r, imhllHhi-il In slnrkn" ,
o'llock. Misses Hazel and Lois Ad- Hooks' Sunday school class Iti.nll'oKl, ',,""IY. Klolldn'

kills will he hosteeses of the afternoon. was (,111l'laIJII',1lth n ihicken St'liteunl I Uilunlfl. ., I ,.i "f (lit, Il..i. w ..;, '. I'. I : I I .: 'I'hlH, .rUII'''"'\' .Tilh\V., A,M.-i\t. Ii.| | : l7II :!' I \V. ,
dinner on Thu rsdua' Pt. uing./ C; ....llrlm I"l hiking his ,1 I nl, > doxn unit n.. 1)..i I 11-, II". i.1) ,.t' 1),1 I" n ollklnl i Si'iil., I'li-rlt, I'lriMilt iourlKniulit "
Louisinnn In the state to he n'clodc! I the lass 'being, lumposedif ) X ., ,, t..hl. "Slarke., lMa.solli'ltiiiK .

studied nt thin time. The questions boys thlrleen to fourteen, years i .. i, for t'oniiiliihianl.' IIiS.UO4ES'VINI:4.1'I''I'ItI:\ :\ :" :\ : :l.lI: ': i) :

arc O.H follows. of HKP./ The( tables were II'I'OI'ILI-, One more store may lie' written The li-KlHl.itinv'; of Iowa, home :-\PU.\\ YEU: AND; KIXKI) 1'ltoI'EHJY I I
1. Why was the state thus i-d with red roses.After to the credit of the raffle tickwldrh stale of piesi-nlallve.' Cruen.; \ 1/111'1: i

named? dill lifoI' the ('IIIH"'IIS organized "elia'rmnn' of I hi-' ways and nieiinseommltteo In (-lr.'u till ro7rri., I-1IA'hlh Judicial, \
I'.u.st ( : null I \ Material for
(qualilyPI'IlY"'I'-! :Spraying\
I the' hull lill/l ,, |
has prevented < ; ,' ,
2. What are Its boundaries ; Its Into u weekly Illble class "if tho lower I liuuse of I'll. rill llinilfoi' ) "nl) riorhlu In

capitol? with the name Yoke Fellows, and ip of the dairy Industry In Florida, 0 II IP"'IH. hat adopted n ringing chin\\' II.ur L\''i''\IKiOUPill' : I sal(' at iowi'tt CASH with order prices. :Satisfaction\ :

3. What Is the state motto ; It having for their motto "Stninl for says the Florida Stale Chamber of ri'Bilut.Uii dtimiinilliig, repeal of the ("M'autpn"' ( i 1)I n( llal.ltIlll"11.( J

flower? the Right." Tim membership Is C'ommerie. New Knglnnd: lioream federal, Inherltjm-o tax. Green: AllTIP'1' 'I! u' 'HUHtlill.I : I

4. Describe the state seal I andhag. made up of the following \oiing personally, was responsible' for l Ilv fi lulantXnll U. :H.\ FKKNANDiStark: : : :\ *!. Fla.. :
,' 1II111111t'l' <'tUl'l'rs are InvadingI''lorlda / { 'or lllturre l I
? men: Paul Knight./ Uli-hnrd long amendment of the l.iwlust[ year to It apliarliiK/ lv tilllilavll land. (In .the
5. When did it secede from the Richard Wnlnwrlght' C! -urge/ In- < with their prodiiit., UKIIIA"IhlH provide, < for mi eighty per cent re- nl.." ,' Hlvli-'l.. cntlHo h'h... n"..,,'-
state as a winter market In Ills mod) roiiiphiltin nl( lhal Allhnr" c'
union? man, Frank 'Iiiimin. .loh.i liiman, might hats to those slates 11II1"'HlnHlule' ,Mo.r.r, the ili'fi-niliinl.. I herein, IH n 'j
order that thoy operate
6. Tell some Important event of Charles Fields. Hartley :Murphy, ) / Inhorltanco taxes and at the lime HI/' ,'n of tin/ "Hlalo of l Klorld hilt
their plants twelve months In the him ahHi>nl.-l avid' cnnei-aleil. hlniHelffiom
the war between the states which nieen Wood. John James Rooks. them frankly admitted the provision. was nllhinl' morn lhaii' Hlxtv( I tin vs
1 of shutting
took place In this state. Woodman< Halle. Elmo Smith year Instead< aimed, at Florida,, I in, l i"r lo the HMiiliitf( of \thin oiiler, ,usual. g-OQO.-OOO- =101DURING
{ (: iraham Julian Peek ..loeIlrowti. Ion of the Iowa legislature ( IIIOIOHM upon
Lea I'errymnn Davis. Hilly consumption In the east dwindles The net him In person, Thai the tlefenilanlIH n D
I1ll'p'tOI'PK". In adopting a ,ritsolutlon urging / oIT TAOIII V-o' no \ eai H of IIKI* a' "ml' i ino
to almost nothliiK. The first shipment one 1 kimvui. to iilllnnt; I/he Hi'i-vh: I' a g207 o
of cream left Lawrence, : repeal of the law monlliH says of I a, .nlii|..i..na iiimn t \\'h"llI wonhl. I I I
Jackwonvllle. voluntary petition Dajtona Heach, An agreement: the Florida Stale rh.imberof Commerce him) Id1 HII.I| fli>femla"at I I IIT ? I
I that the federal government Mass., December 2 J for St. Petrs- Clreen's! .IS 'I'll trille: < :, l( >lK! : orili-H-il I lhal]
In bankruptcy has been filed < that Representative ..
bllrIt Is reported a Florida< corporation Ih' Hiilil' ...'.r..II.I"1"Ih,"' C. Almn' a'
lu federal ,court here by the West 'should own the privately operated own stab halt hn'ned, against him I lie and IH heri-hv "ieinll| ." il to npp'ailo ,
of the \Inland 1ms 'lieen organized to distribute und It is 'Ihe. Mil >'t iiniiiliilnl' llli'il III sold| | I
section emphasized
waterway I'.ilH matter
Plant Cly corporation' a realty development ( In ,, .
the product In this state. MIIIMI. on or .r Molidiv I lh<> 71 h,
company of St ivt -rs-" from Jacksonville to !Miami It the by the tilt t Ilial State' Senator dar, of KI-IIIIIIIIV Al.I' I I'I27. olhiithe .- fuel nek' in resolutions that

burg, Fla., court attaches announced I proposed federal I improvementmeasure I r r W. H.1,111'<1. who took the load! In \\1'! !' / lilleu illoiiH. of sold, l Intl n your i
ulll hi- tnlo'li" a- i .nf ssrd! l\ H.ililniliint ( ..
today. The concern listed before coiiKress Is adopted < Barnsota has! Joined other citiesIn HponsorliiK the resolution re, ld'i'i "1t| ",'

liabilities of $100,021 and asSets was reached I 111 "riliT" l Le 1'11'.11..1| '> onn ft wrrkr.,1 _
of $129,936.10! Most of the conference between' olllclals< of the itinerant peddlers who Infest the KeprosiMitutive Irei-n's own congressional ., l''oui. ii.liHeinllvo( woektt 111 t heIliailforil I

assets however w'ren realos- East f'oast Chambers of Common. rand Mate every winter. A set fine ofto district.Florida's I ('""uI" 'I'eli-Kraiih.. u II\\H-

tate equities) and notes which was Harry F. Kelsey. West Palm and costs Is. assessed allalustnery I 1"1".r,In In iiI 11 irelieral,'1.'.. IliaiUdrd ehrulnllan. l Coiiniy'iMihllslkiil ,' "l-'lm" '' Ton to save you money on your gro- U

Interpreted aa ac'ollntlntor/ the Heach, owner, of the F.axt Coast,. one operating without u iiI I richest crop Its timber IdaWITNIISH
bond of ( W Al-
: tin- i.
fait that listed assets were more I Transportation Canal, a unit of the ', n HO( and the license fee hat been will not be Its richest crop di i man '"'I'k ..r nlmvi- out' I. nH wi-ll ceries fruits and vegetables. If
than liabilities. waterway. llxul at $100 much longer unless steps are taken Its IhA Hen I of IhU omirt, IhlH( Ihn you p po
41h day of Jauntily' A I I. 1927 .
to replenish Its timber lands! "II. AMiKIIM' \ N, I
--- and protect them against forest f'lerlc ('I 1""rrutl I I'olirl. llrailforilSciil buy your every day necessities from j
( ) l-onnly. Rlnrlhl.' s
fires says the Florida State Chamber Hy rA. :KnlKlit, (, II, iA I
Joy in Washington-Winter Is Here! or Commerce. The chamber H. ninvvH,

I i'f i went on record at its annual meet- l-7"Solleltnr-at-2-l. fur f'finpliilnnnt, 9 us we guarantee to save you money. l

Ing in Miami 'last month us! In favor -

of establishment of a State S 0'1'1101 in and foodstuffs.
Drop price our
Bureau to take charge of pp pp .,
( Forestry In r-lreult P.niit, Tiriiilff.nl ('.."n.y, p
the work, which' would Include re- I Floihla, 'In ('hiine. <-rv.
Tinl'itleral. Land Flank tit C'olutnhlii.
forestatlou. ('iiniplalniint,
S e r .
? Tonniklnit., Yi-lllo' Toninlllnit
Construction of State lioud No. hlH wife, ,anil I the filtwley National I 1 p
ftRLJIJ1LWii] 1 hotter known as the Old< Spanish Iii run l.fI"n"H'I..II.. (..,,, and Nora.
t4 : "-l-'nteh n widow. ,
Trull between Jut ksonvllle and lit,finiliinlH.lnrnliiMiiri .

I'eiiMiicDla has. rein hed tho stage of Mitrlvnui O
Th.- Kliinnf Florida. '1'..' MIIH
A rI 1: where It Is possible to make a motor Ti.tniiklnrt' and Yet'IIn TotniiklnM hisivlfit. '
run between this two cities in tIrrrtingx" : It ui>pt'arlnir hv BON TON
altiilitvlt' flli.il" In move i-atiHe (Ihnt'Mlins I .
ten hours! without exceeding the : TomphlnH nail l Y"III"l TnmpUliiH 0
speed limit. This Includes the d flour his wIre Iwo of I thn ,ilefonilantfl' ,
In thr' nbovn i HIIHO r<*HUI(. ...net> (IH unknown -
from Lake City to Madison via and 'that tiny lire narh over n /
Jasper while hardsurfaclng Is In tin Hire. of Twenty-one\ venrn. It .IHthireforo ,
orili-r," l that Ml ILK Ti.iopkliiH -
progrebH on the direct route between iiiul Y,.ttlr. Tompklim his wlfoyon
I 1 Lake City and Madison! via and itfh of yon nrn Iteretiy r.,111",1 .. FRUIT & GROCERY COMPANYNext
I a / lo hi and nppear, lioforitlui
al..M'. nanie'l' I'onrt nt the dirt i I
1 Of all the cities in Florida Fort house In sl' ark urn dfard f'onnty.Florlila :
: :
ofI ;
1 ( "n .Monilav. th" 7th duty
Pierce In the for
setting economy
pace I.tirnary' A I U, 1127. In answer. II Post Office
In municipal expenditures sworn" bill' nf complaint ,'xhlhll..1 I to Starke
the Florida State Chamber of lIm\t.R' said. ''nnrt !In the I q8aooao
says : :iihovi.H \ ; hv 'the Finlitrall.anil .
Commerce. The city: clerk's department fun vuk nf ('nlumhis.Th.
,, ar Axn d alone saved $810 each : Ilradfon County Tflnicrnph. I IQEJOC: oao-- ,0
a weekly II..w"pnpII,r puhllMh 'InHtnrk"
month In October and November llrn.iroril. County, Florida.( (IHhtrrov
mighty, ulce. Here ta a cheerful group enjoyingthe I Smith I ilKHlicnntril' an the npwKpappr
Summer In pretty hot in V. .. hlllllon. but winter Is City Manager! hall assumedthe In which thin nol,-" shall lie pub
.slick In on the lagoon in front of the Lincoln !Memorial. duties of chief of police and llnhi.il. for four ronopi-ntlve weeks

4 i bus also taken over the department next and prior In to dofuult Maid. dole of your of nppfaraiiiH nppciirInit -- 'nlaluunmltnaBYIIalaeiImtullblWIumb" '''; '''..,..' ( ,... ::;- Jlra.' .. nv.11b. .,,""".''IIII.'hlIIl"IIJIII""I"I',, [ '', ,, '''''
i of public' works, saving the sal ( In until cause at said' lime and .
-s -- aries of two oinclalg./ Tho city' r>(lne" n d-erp.. proconfMHn will hpntprpd ..
sTNAY THE FANIt IS Ndr IN TP? S! D F U71NZII manager also announced the dropping ( ntfnlnxt. you In amid said' caiinM
and JIll(l iill.-Kittl.inH( nf sworn
INlOhTNtSISA TOE Y-YouRDERISIONOFMMtxoASLED \) { NINCOMPOOP WNO IS NANDLNGTxECONTRAPTtONTNEREFOR2 ( i of forty-seven additional municipal hill of roninlulnt will hitukrn a" : FAIRBANKS INN

JDDGMEITIN\) <' ReIlA'5III'I.tD$ CAST' YOUR opliCSON YouR DADDY employees fro mthe payroll;' and onffKHpil"* Maid Hiilt I.)' von shall and proi-pnd i-arh, of thfr yon-, ;

tYERYtIM! ,COAST 1'5' A6 Sot U"I'tW' OU'rot FOIIUS. qlD 3VE TIt EA9E IN WNtCl1 A SLED OF tills on January 1 and stated that two afti-r 'In fin nxiiarti-p manner I;

DOWN) 1 RUM INTO P4Rnrt", MBt00lInONSThATEfO ONARArttw CAN BE MANIRl1 PSEDsWHOA'QOpg !engineers would be dispensed with of Th'liindit r..on"IIII tnt, ilernTlhPd annH folloWH In mild UI' -wit Mil(

",OMnHIN' YoUANDTNEWNoLE! aoRYDIMfEMER rr February 1. ThKa; half nf Niirlhw \ NOW OPEN ;
35,1 I
.- I e of .Hi.itthWPHl. quarter| In Hi.rtlon
tt Township' r. H.iulli of rinnit.,1'2 Knur
:-t The huge; concrete and steel : olitnlnlliMC 2 : tN. I being, In IIru.1 ror'l founty, FlorldnThat "
the Suwannve river
bridge across
the relli-f holnir naught liyi
Regular lunches and dinners 75; cents. f
at Kllavllla, t'arrylnState/ Iload oniphllnatit In MnM litll rtf piminlalnt : $1.00 Chicken \
Jf ttL [and. null IM (hi. for pi>Miiro i>f not I '.
No.< 1 across the stream, has! been and I mnrlttHXV' linn (in HHI! lit-ndn, j dinners every Friday and Saturday evening 7:30:::: to !9:3CDANCING : ,
nijeu ( pavmpnt nt said' '''..r.wll.. ." llpn or lI
pavement c" the highway'made / lnd.."nti>dnf.fiil fotff,rh4.r with general f I
2e available ir u distance oft rillif

a half a mile In order the structure and Wltni-HM i A. V. Adklnn.thn KnnornhlH JIKIVM, .111.1\. V. I.onK W.Aldprinfin. FROM 8 TILL 11. NO COVER: ('IIAKiJ' ; ;

may be used.! ilirk, and the ftul of thin
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,llr!!. S. J. Prescott Cherry St. W. AI.DKIIMAV.ork; | Sunday Dinners $1.00 JI
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.\ .-- keeps a record-" of results; explains of records and following the recommendations St. Augustine.-Work progress Lurgo.-Contract to be awarded Jacksonville. $13,000 new
I of the experiment ng remodeling front of St. for erecting new buildings andpaving l.1 apartment house to be erected, on
lie work to others; nncl makes a Au-I
stations. The average for the en- ustiue National Hank I County Fairgrounds. ban Marco avenue
.Inil report on the work The In- the country Is about the same in
: Farmers & Farming ,dhldunl bo: or girl Is reached 1)2G! as In 1920 showing that
through" I lie n"llonnl agricultural Qo '
much "greater average productionIs
<*elision i. mxt m, In which the : ; ;; :
\ possible by following the approval Banff's
F (Uy R. F. Ward County Agent) nltrd Slnh'H I Department: of Ag methods of poultiy work Winter Carnival Man Attractions

cirri It ii re. the land grunt colleges ._ .
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and vni Ion i 1 lex'nl 1I1t.-II"'H' cooperate I '.r' ooooooooooo ooooo'oo oooooan w+a.sae o-tve-e-cvo-c
'I'\'Ih'lOl linen tit club work I-t'U': 0.1111.1'1',: or TIIK: 1'Nh'; '6o+a

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE are: liiowliiK: : an acre, 01 more. of or mtiii iitiiii:: ruciiudt'jI ; .: I II .
)l ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND codas In acconl.inc, with clliectloiiH ( I Hy Dr. U. W Huprecht) |I' 111111 IIIIIIIlulI fI" I mini

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY raising n HOW anil n litter of

pigs, itccorclliiK: to IriBtriK'tlons.u High grade fertilizers are ('hUIII.1
lr J growing fruit ruin, vegetables. in ac-
r er to use than low graile for I the
t.OII.HOI; : ( !> riMCTK. .( 'KS: 'r() iniilndei, i"f Siinounl> lire I ic- coidancultli. the. dietary needsof
Ulllrll KAKMTISS. 100110..11) ) leased I trout 'iiiniiantint.*. the family canning the surplus following reasons:
GIVI.1'r7IX'rIu\: : 111:1ti' The ,'xl 1l111! iiiiirantlnu| I of arms In the mast approved, ways, and 1. Made of high grade materials -

iii the states Alabama.. MlBHlsHlppl oher phasea of farm and home .
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Oklahoma and South Carolina. work that especially appeal' I to :3. Less freight to pay on same
( By Spade Jolinmin) and the Territory of Porto young people, amount of plant food.\ 9
Thori im a number, of things Itlio Is "Ollllllll'd.Clull"uk The work IH carried, on with 3. Less first cost. u 1ii/
ey that will help u" In our forming for I!ti:7 I'litorublc' boys and girls 10 to 20 years of 4. Lens cost of applying.
in 1927: and that should!, bo glt-n Owing; to higher prices fur cat- age usually through groups of 10 In making high': grade fertilizer
consideration ncnr ilia limt of tIe, ,tIe and lower values for cotton In to :20 nwmtJl'rII.'he"l0\ members only high grade materials! can he 1 s
year when we lire making/ our' areas still Infested with inttle tic'ks I'not only come Into contact with lined, us it Is Impossible to use low
plan.* fur the >eur Tn mention and in the South generally, there I their local" lenders who know howto grade materials and ,get; the completed -
I' :' all of them would< hardly, be possible IIIIH developed. at rung HiMiUmenl for I do things but with the work of fertiliser to analyze cor

In ono short article, and too. active tick-eradication programs 0111' another in which rivalry plays, rectly. Therefore If you buy a

there are reitaln local problems during 1I27.! Thin Iuhlleailltlide a part, and with the public In Held high analysis fertilizer you are y, y s
which farmers In club "l'cllUII l is strengthened also by a relaUa- meetings, exhibits: at fairs, festivals bound to get high grade goods. f Queen. A\av\ Cross

should study However a few lion that diversified( uKrlciilture. and demonstrations Also In a high analysis fertilizer / f : ti IWF Winter Carnival
general thoughts are given here: Including\ cattle raining la desirable The particular value of club there Is practically no filler used.
L-; The supply of sail moisture Is in many portions of the work Is tlnit It gets hold of young Hy using high analysis fertili- 4 s "} 'r
r one of determining\ factors in South people" while their minds are plastic zers the farmer does not have to Laaier- int.-Waiting

:; the success or failure of our farm Dr R. A. Ramsey, chief of the and gives them guidance when buy many tons of fertilizer to get i .

If' crops Of course we cannot regulate tick eradication division of the i they need It, teaches them some the same amount of plant food. a.. S
the rainfall but we can help nnreau of Animal Industry, points' of the Inspiring things In agriculture For Instance( If a farmer has been 111 -Y.. r
to conserve moisture for a dry out tint the continued progress of i and ,gives; them visions of Its buying let us say, 3 tons of a -- ----e-.e r: a -... ,

L period. :Nothing will determine tick eradication depends largely I possibilities as a life job. It provides 2-8-2 fertilizer, he could, get Just wwera Ca"'lval.' will be unexcelled
for holding 'ion public sentiment In the regions much food In two tons aDJ'where *
i the capacity of the noil opportunity for them to as plant In the world.
\ r water more than vegetable matter ''aTtcted The nature of the work I share home responsibilities In of 3-12-3 fertilizer thus saving the Two outstanding events of the
or humus which I la elected' requires' 100 percent io-operatlon keeping with their ability and freight on one ton of fertilizer.A Carnival will be the dog derby and
+; vegetable malter.arm., winters. among cattle\ owners and local gives them a part In solving the third reason for bujlng high the ski-jumping contest. A novel
) and abundance of rain at certain \(011nty and slate ofll<-IILIM. When' problems of i ural communities. It analysis fertilisers Is the lower form of entertainment which can been
I seasons. result In a rapid depletionof all cattle In a community ore not influences the farm and home practices cost per unit\ of plant food, In the r' 1 toyed is bathing in hot sulphur
i humus and vegetable/ matter in dipped, regularly Home licks, escape of the members' families. It high analysis fertilizers For Instance water in the open air and swimming -

our soils. We need to keep growing thus delujing completion of develops leadership. In .short the you buy a 2-8-2 fertilizer ... programThe contests are a part of the

legumes on our landH to supply the work The public Is now recognizing circular summarizes, "I-II club for $30.50 per ton and a 3-12-3 sports In this fascinating
1 vegetable matter. These legume that ticks trust l be eruilkated i boys and clrls are t1u ers. They are for $38.50 per ton. Two tons of winter resort are varied and many.
I. crop alHo gather nitrogen before cattle raising and taught high ideals and titandardd the :1-12-3 ,gives; the same amountof I Snowshoe tramps are often takento
from the air and help to keep our dtilolng can he made profitable' They meet together!; work together plant food as three tons of the IEa some game warden's cabin
j soil rlili. They make our soil\ {enterprises and thin Improved piny together co-operate, 282. Therefore multiplying,; the 1 where an advance party will bay
i easier to cultivate! land furnish "('11 II lIIellt Is expected: to bring achieve They \play the game cost price of the 2-8-2 by 3 which lunch ready, or sometimes campfires
.\ food for plant Our crop rotation .I. about the freeing/ of much additional fairly They demonstrate! work would be $91.50 and the cost I ., are lighted In the open and'
< picnics are the order of the
plans should Include all the legume ; territory of the ticks. during earn money, and acquire propelty: price of the 3-12-3 by 2 which \S- o <' It matters not In this high altitude day.

crops possible 1 !);:' j. They learn and tenth the better would.. be $77.00, you can readilysee ice FfalacG whether it I* ten or fifteen below
'f. More hay and home-grown teed way on the farm In the home, and that you would save $14.50 zero for the atmosphere la dry and

-, ore ,greatly; needed to help reduce The Agricultural Extension' Division In the community. They build up on this small amount of fertilizer, When Banft, the famous resort In slant on the snow Many people causes no discomfort Sld-ioring,
t.t the cost of keeping farm .anlm ln I iainesvllle, Flu., has a their bodies and their health plus the Having of freight, on one the Canadian Pacific Rockies discards prefer it at this season. The beau- skating hockey curling and many
4 and livestock There: are n number splendid 1927 farm and home through, / light living They trainIhelr ton of fertilizer.In for ties of Band Lake Louise and the other sports are enjoyed to thin
her cay summer raiment beauty spot In the mountains
of legume crops that make calendar which will bo useful! to hands to be useful, their addition to all of the foregoing Yobo Valley have been depicted by
IJ! her mantle of snow, her next biz the brushes and pens of great authors where the air Is keen and bracing
g ,"; good hay and, we nlinnM use them I Florida farmers and farm women.A minds to think cleatly, and their you would also save in the attraction is the Banff Winter Car- and Journalists as well as where skies are clear and th*
f t?# Among the good legumes for hay pout card request to the division hearts to lie kind.\ labor of applying. ; a less amount such famous painters as John northern lights can be seen play.
are the soybeans will bring It. free. of feitlllzrr ilval which for the season of 1927.will Sinner Sargent. R ACarl Run- inq hide and seek with the stars '

Farm labor U not to be hired I -- F.I1. : ;It.1(11'I: -:\ -_ j be held February 6 to 12 in- glue and Belmore Browne. The Carnival Queen chosen fat
101\n.II 1 rn n \\OIIK clusive. slide will 1927 Is Miss Mary f CsO.'
at will, and when available comes The new toboggan .
, i at a high price The low price of Miff IL i.l') IIK: I:X 1'\ ''Ii DID: Banff, delightful at sill times U stan from a 800 foot level on the jrary.. Alberta This orpnlae yoaatf
farm products makes it necessarythat ItecorcN have been kept by the PEN' POINTERS Irresistible on a clear moonlight side of Sulphur Mountain and come Queen will preside si -will' of &bf'oda1 '
More than 565,000 farm boys U S. Department cif Agricultureon night when the white peaks are !down a 1,600 foot Incline. The fnnctiona, and b* sT
:. each laborer mine a large and girls are enrolled In 4-II club I about 22,000 flocks of hens distributed silhouetted against the sky, and the panorama from the top of this prominent figure daring theme

I. quantity per laborer of piodure ran be The rained production In n- work in the United Stales. They through/ every state in Buildings heated by'..111.--sun....* tong t".viowi. of spruce and pin ella; which will .!M ready.! ...teethe... nival. .
". belong to about 41,000 separate the union 1920, 6.837 flocks '
. to
a possibility
large measure by the use of better rays are
farm machinery and more of clubs. There are about 11,000- averaging 62 hens each laid an average an engineer That leaves out Lon.'
I (000 young people cm farms all of of 55 eggs a hen 1,837 dan and Pittsburgh of course) / ,
It, whom could profit from learning flocks were observed in 1925! with rrl Fur Collar /
I t We should give attention to better farm and home practices an average of 97 hens a flock, pro- We move that either Tex Rlckarc' Adding to Comfort and
marketing during the year, and try through club work. "The work ducing 112.4 eggs a hen or C C Pyle be given chart of the Good Cheer of the Home '

to have OUT crops coming on thet" should be no expanded" says Dr. The highest average productioncomes queen patV'"W'I. Attract***, coral Interior tt-odoDa add ..... t. *.
market at a time when they will C. n, Smith chief of the Office of from California with 197 time the workman. mugs of jrour bom*;. ..chdulnMt to ft..bMtttf.Hannoniou .
lent It about eolo *ch tnM fog the wall and woodwork*MC*
bring good prices. Sweet potatoes Co-operative Extension Work, In ctKS; It hen Washington and New *
anew started tearing up those country /_ mor U.. 0oonUr prom at*tfa.
t" set In the field early will generally circular, "that all rural boys Hampshire average 188 eggs a hen. wads that are going to be paved E1 IY room.wa own.bofand _h..ouabold.brod
make a yield sufficient to justify and girls who want to can take The largest increase In production next summer V' < Pot pbuing cwnbln.jdoo.la wall ttodoaSHERWINooWWAMS
digging them and marketing themt' part In It nncl receive Its beneflta." IH mostly In North Atlantic ntaleiiand e t M4" '
In July when the price U high. Of The organization purposes and In California Or'Kon."aHb Co-eds at NorthweltemUnlYerelti''Ire I S

course the yield will not be as scope of 4-It club work are explained ington and, Idaho, those stolen asking for a smoking room That
, large as If the plants were left to by Dr. Smith, who !goes on having: been aroused to the'importance -emlnda us that a woman !. only a I r cr p

t' grow until fall, but the early potatoes to Hay that the outstanding, / characteristic of poultry production more 4e woman but smoke a good..*.)cigar. eecmsjioher "r

generally bring good l prices of the work Is that each than most of the others. *.,.. .., ._ I .
and more than compensate for the The .b th.lotrial wmll finl h to u* A..A..* oil pcftm vbkh tt_
member conducts a mibHtantlal Increased production In Women are bolder. mor cruel and diuin aims dmn..h.adn. ..,.&.> is*cola.
early digging.We piece of work designed to show 1925 Is due to the efforts'of Individuals more skillful than men In crime \ I Piintd wmll w unquetttoiublf war adore thu .*?
'Ii. should of course give our some better practice on the farm who have raised the efficiency says a Judge. Ar the men to have chtsf wmll domnd1iIIiab.
11' children the best chance all left to taU back oni' I Fo.floor* Mvnot PlootUe fbr th*>AirnJtur*. All
very possible or In the home or community; of their flocks by keeping nothing Shawl -W h..... Vrma' afhifhwc.. quality. and- fllMQfc
j and should l encourage; them You will b. tnwnMcd (a dw iMMiat ..riM mod FI**>T.Mwmll
k in their club work, which will -- I finuhs' Nora

help to make good farmers and

f J', counties farm women where out there of lire them.agents In "lroquo sJ" Largest Coastal Liner, Launched 'i : >' For Sale By

we should keep In touch with our llll As Officials Cheer
,"I// agents and let them help us. t rl) Unity of North and South JONESLumber

a 1
)- TICK 11H.\UICNrIO'li: l'IU.n. : ( F,' :.
.". .f & 'Supply'
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Noteworthy progress In freeing Co.'I
'! southern territory from rattle t
.I''1 ticks Is reported by the United S '

t. States Department of Agriculture; !

if.{ based on results to December 1, e ,
1926. The report Just compiled r x.

shows that 737 counties: have been OPERATION IS THE PATH TO
'' released from Federal I
quarantine -
;i':; against cattle ticks since systematic 5 laaa SUCCESSSpend

; eradication work began: July &
1. 1900. There remain In quarantine ; wA riS r your money with home concerns. Money spent with.
218 cOllntl(>8.. I In addition, I
',: smaller areas, chiefly Individual it 'r II foreign corporations never returns. Ride the Gainesville

:J1* farms, are still quarantined in yla JCk ?.9 s r+ Ar e""y. -s$ j L Il I I Bu* -" service Is the equal to any competitor, and a
J.,1', some counties as a part of a Him I Imopplnnup home concern.

u The most proKrum significant lesult of Ntvl. S.S.:IROCIUOIS" LARGEST A nice fur collar set off any

tick eradication during the l.ixt, AT..NTIC. COAST ll/ER I coat: and the bigger It Is the boiler GAINESVILLE I I BUS CO.

I' year Is that of entirely freeing 40 When the mighty S. "Jroquois.." w..c,'i-,!At: ,; s t6 r ;- l li with 4t billowy does It.fur This Is one tweed of the coat latesat

counties of cattle tlc'ka. These. largest and fastest steamer on the tl'\': : creations for cold weather. 'V
counties were In Arkansas, Florida Atlantic Const, was launched! at '.; I ___h I
?> ,''GeorKla. Louisiana.. !North: Carolina Newport: Newt, Va the other day, f .:ttr.\.., -- - ___ __ h..__ ___ ____ ____ __
.. Oklahoma, Texas and, Vir a noteworthy link was forged in the '.i i
ginia.Onirlnl. chain of intercourse which if drew- .
r in? North and South closer together -
CliniiKcit Quarantine'Arm
and twiftlv wining into ob- ,
I livion the once-famed Mason-Dixon
Conditions resulting from the
i line.For
year's activities made changes In the four-decked "Ircxraois"
the Federal quarantined area advisable will take more than 100 passenger FERTILIZERSIDEAL
and the changes were or- from New York City on a Saturday
dered by the Secretary of Agriculture and land them In Miami, Kia.: the
I following Monday thus
reducing a i
In Bureau of Animal Industry
once tedious voyage of many days
Order 300 effective December I, to a 60 hour weekend trip. It will
t. 1926 as follows: pick twenty hundred ton of fresh
In Arkansas Logan, Perry, Florida fruits and vegetable. off BRANDSFor
Scott and Yell counties the remainder Miami's dock on any Thursday
and land them at New York In time
:' of Conway county, and a
f i portion of Desha county are released for Saturday dInner. LAU JCHI'-G! OfTNF StaGi.JT citrus trees, truck and field crops, watermelons, tropical fruits, lawns and
To /.ittS WA-JIOW b'tJi-1.S
I symbolize this onltv of North l flowers. We have
a formula
from quarantine. and South an American girl who tltiNi suited to the needs of every crop.

In Florida the remainder of once lived in northern Indiana but tlntrul! .hed ruerts watched pretty step, to Florida: with then. An ob- We areequipped to make prompt shipment of Ideal Fertilizers In perfect me-
Franklin county Is released from
now reside in the Dixie city of little Mis Shuttf
", smash the gaily scrtorv i, nr.othct novel featureof chanical condition. Don't delay ordering your fall requirements
Quarantine. Miami Miss Marion "hutt.. ber'Sboned: bottle ai/.ln the tl c "Ir u"4"!
In Louisiana, Tllchland Parish daughter of Col. Frank H. !1hutUlIublh.her liner's bow and ir.jcftud the
At the tjmiit Clvde, H-.cr! .
sr: iagneeits WILSON &
:: and those portions of Caldwell and of the Miami Her ld mammoth vessel! from tiisrine hold: full ir n r' !.1 o? .*')8 foot into the TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
\K': Red River Parishes formerly released was chosen to christen this newest<< to ttnenole blue! Atianti.t! its launchinif'
I; are requarantlned. addition. to the Clyde line soasta'fleet. Visitor discovered many :nnova-- rrnlclciit Kavmor.d nniiou>ic::.> tlon, in! thir roafttwi: viathan., that its Cf i trr '!'ii. thq "
tI"; In Texas. Caldwell DeWitt Headed by Everett Sander. j "Sftawnee WITH WHICH IS AFFILIATED
!Secretary including
a large tc
cirm-o nccomoctate n'rc-adv: m-d'i lIl1tl'uction
Maverick : yii; te
Gonzales, Guadalupe, ,
JIr to President Cooli.c| end Florida roi-orfcr! *' do- lat'f r.ed t within FLORIDA
..,- and Val Verde counties and the !Mrs SandersCol!' and MM i-hurt* mantis that their automobile
,h bt''hinred ; !find "Sl! W11it"! ; tb.{
remainder of Lamar county are released CoL B. ". Raymond rrepioont of
south with them : 'jnr5 III'': .y.ir other Mr! steamers L'j.lt biT) ORLANDO. FLORIDAS.
Y from quarantine, Limestone the Clyde Steam hir Co. E C interior bnllroom\ in o'U'itto.' tc:: a f1'* are ccin"Rrv:: / : )in. '.!.e !I. :.. county, formerly released, U re- Romfh Mayor of Miami. and! !Mrs dancing d'ck to ncconicd'te veer, ,> will aict! SO.H> togs! 13 it. SELLING AGENT'II.
:pr quarantined. Romfh and C. Ba com: Slemn former Pr'oi.ll'nt. Raymond! .UI".'.',:..''. r'" New i"vrt: !1'1,1'I.In i \ ( ) "I'lct AI e
> In Virginia Isle of Wight and Secretary to President Hard( wit'er olavrovi" a".. 1,1 :j, ..!! '. a ... ,est '1.:1't; 1 .tIOO.O.O.) Col.
,f. Nausemond counties and the re- lag and .CoolMfre. a throne ofli.- clr 're to take th.': ,arst .f.{ .n c : !l..rnirnd .1(1.i LL l.yR .-'"



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I STATE\ CHAMBER COMMERCE I COUNTY< j county Alary and was Ada the Nlnirno guest of last Misses Sun- For Mayor ..WIIWIHIIIIIUMWIIIUlMIIIUllllllUUIIIIIIIItlllllJlllllllllll. ., """" .. ---. -."lUIIIMIIUIIIUIIIIIIiniliniUIIE.Consider -,, -. --. '-'"-.


II Klder .1. 1'. Huner preached at : Ji ) now ordering Fer

';tate Road No. 5 between I I.,,IP. O, und \\ it lilt makes the AS TOLD KY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS ill illI' The tlu. I'hrll.tlllll church last Sunday. for FALL application
rnn m I subjei used for the I
Rrill vllle and Floral City lias, 0'i of i !p II I mlleN AND GEM
., 1I..rwu.\ .. ''I
II .,,npIete( provldinK: a perliiihwtty S S -- ngratitttiio'mm CITRUS BRANDS"
,I''u.( I bli Ii
ii lily discussed
north ot Tampa' ax The to an 11mmI -
., a an .
\ iiii.i. Cuiint .' .
dience I
> chamber pleasant of
very (rip) to timilmllilu.Fi'ieittbm eiiger I listeners.Mrs I
,, ., Itomeo on the northern 01' (ion, 1 Time ;
In p Tried and
r -mtt tug u (puc Inml ., ) of :Mr und :Mrs Chus : K. \Vutterson, who has Crop Tested ,
,,, of Marlon county Theinterruption 111- ICIll I "
,,, liry ( 1
between development' \\oithy' Unroll will I rejoice with i t I them/ over 'Ill-nil visiting I bar ulster. lrH. _\. A. \
t the two of Pit APA
\ 'I'
'.1\ ; h.v'y ,'oUlllrwlllza/ ,- 'time safe arrival of a little. II'' nays' the Florida: Stutuinlier ,,1(011 I ( !Intult 'Tort ,ba $ Simon Pure No.1. 12 5
$ ( .
1" sayx I tho Klorlda< ,,1101111- lii-rt- lust Saturday. t sseei.Y tii'tn :.
I 'I .I of Commerce. IM 011(- dei I I 'i inilier of Connm-rce. :( ?> .$ > <$ .?> & <3> <$> <$ c5'Mr | ItoHFon Supp nnd l Raymond I'I'I"' '. C. Gould( of Kust: Hartford. I Citrus! and 4-12.6 VlnCvm I 4 10 12 a I u :
,,.I i a few hundred yuiiU on Wltlibl I i le' lust I loss Y citrus Si-rclnl, 2-10-10 :
: .. 1.10
I month 10
It IIUM : nnil of M/l.i I. ... ii returned to bis homo I last,
I :aft's.v.. :M. in "' visiting In fruit unit'
I. irlheru" outHklrl I of I Imeruliore I hioiulilfaml4t'K> I)I more t than Itryun of Lnwtcy Vine S percentAm
t Sunday.
OIKhumred( i !'II1I'kW"I' last week., ( I S..cl.1.
un overheuil I I lirldKe\ IH I ,' visiting In Lit w toy a 5 g
DI I' | I the east [ Monday. ; I. It. Knlcli have 8 I
I 1', > built to curry the lilnliwa>' ernutin' of South t Cnrollnii I Geo. Flitch, of Jacksonville. was a now son who nrrlvoil C.rm: () Tr*. : I 6 b
.1 ,. the railroad. Ili-twci-n. Ito-() upon( linn
\"! and the beginning; (of t: the nsii of t utility and prepurutionx 111- ''Xinns III Starke with Mrs.' .\n.I..I'ISIIII'H : 1 Knoch: ((1 tills mid tIm ii g Itt i ( 'ismuh ..t 'lluink 1**1 Get new price list, order early

hlRlnvtiy\ & Into CulncHVilleiieust I'ell ire piirenlti, ShunS, and Mrs. \V. t ter. :Miss i pearle.. ',. r4 r-
I under visiting rel.i- \\ <
for W KI to Ilia ilk
way the I
1"1 I our friends H 4
proi -
II ,, (of) An'her lluroud$ Is of it'II'' i of a bumper. ) < rop)) of brlKht) 1.1 Bppt:: >rson.Henry h.i ." In TIm iflh)1L.it. ) I for their kindness I and sympathy I Quality first fair prices and !'

.1 ilit and rock. It Is now \>0.- len t>ittmo next 1 sc-iiMoii. I I I llurney i and Hurold U. Thode) und Ben. Harmon ,dtirlni tit.- sickness nnd I deiilh of prompt shipment. 35 years ;

10 drive to (;iainexvllle from i "1 m 1.1' :'is 'pnil' of Its pro- Pierre spiMit SItt' imrd.iy Iti Jackson worn LII>lIII"8H'lsllur8 lo Jacji-. out imotlirr. Mrs'. ICHziibc'tll 1'1; manufacturing fertilizer for.

'i'pa via Brook>lvllll'. I InverneHH, gr pit inted I 'beds' for" the V II heM. Homlllu Thursday.Tlie : who piMKi'd to the /great h"1111(1"/' / \\l1I Florlllgrowera.. Cash with "

\I'' iiellon", :MorrlHto.i 1 and Archern ." dnlon of tobudii plants amid l 1)J'0-1 \iii. Liny lieddlng, Is visiting pretty Spanish' bungalow of l)i',cpinln'i' I th.I especially I I are order

urea. hours and a half while the Ia.poxitlon/ toiiipply, I them In-r moot her. :.Mrs.l I lo cc mll 1')'. :III'i 111111In.!' W' I H.I lOdwardi: Is grntclnl tn our. family I'h ... "' w"l I.j discounts 13 per cent.

Into Jacksonville from" OiiinenMI ; lot it argo I to fiirinersllo\ 1'1'-/I .\11"" 11011. for bis '
in d" / :Miss Kunlce I IHnkliis of Jitck- nenrtng completion nnd will soon 1"1' grout ( : E. (). Painter Fertilizer Co.
t via Waldo Sturke und lluldnt i itt he IIIHI moment to Krow' to- sonvlllulsltvd t her 11I11"'lIt"i here i be tell ily for i occupancy. t1 r. I lOd-I proloim: I life I und lessen "''lln.I Sfc&grIlolle .

\\ 1 Is a mutter df approximately bno. It also haH tiiruiiKt'd to d I ill-1 UK the holidays.AIIUIID w.II'dll111 move hx, family In u i \\'.. ii I'm. grateful I to nil I who assisted //i Jacksonville, Duval Co.. Fla. I'

n\ hours. Thin route between Hinly the Hprilcen of un expert 'In I I few days III their'. new Iiome.Mrs. during I the Hud. hours.Mr. \ IIIK I Dial Ii a .i *. i i IP i m

.1"I itBonvillo und Tumpa Is about Intern cnlturo I to tliuMufarmersw ( Arttood who has beenMiL.tiillig \ und :Mrs. K. 1. King.Misses ROod, old-liiHliloneil IIOIIMI, i .. ..' ,
miles shotter than tho : I a few days: t' lilt his parents O. \ I Roberts iinti I t t Ictlammghter i lug 111 IIH -
t I" -nty-flvB 'npply for lti vice. I I : Claudia I und, (Icrtrmlu 1 muilklill| | KotcliinMrs. eut.Is .

i ,.1,iinesvllleOLalaliuslinell' & Web0 j S i S S iX'turtied to big home InRvHHitiner. Pulpy Imvii' rot iii'tttmi \\'o..lhll Ut. who have boon Rpemlinir '< Joanna A. CrriiKM I i u
Ala hume) ufter. spoudlng\ till holidays I cundltlato ,.,, .. .
r-Dade City route. attle Mon lay l'h'I..IIIIIIH. ",,11,1.1I'h ti.i-I for imiii. ti.

a I c II i>f the owners largest of live PoSolo stock county urpns 'I :MIH :M.! I 10. I l-Jdwnrds .entertainod rents.Mr.I In. I loLa. mob with i :-Mrs.n, n. iiiiimi-ta___nn. ..* ..."...-1 I 1 I mot'I ii I'm'' :Mrs.i ; Wood;;; ; bam;; ;; ;i' Itenson" ;; : I II pit womuii hi it's mm cnndldatu I tlt-.I-. : Silo('lii I Is. i Ihe',;.;: Hi.I' ; WAS DOWN IN 0EVVITHUMBAGO

with 11"> e\ci"
i liVlorlila.I have u ciirlKtnius dinner at the Springs, ri'turnod last Sit ii lay.:
'of all the cltlen ( derlnri-d, t Iients4M 'I : and Mrs A. .1. Lowery a mid I, had.
hoinu of her son, \\'. II. : II. II. Hall who bus bt'on
In lOdwnrds visiting
HettinK thu for ecoumy us fmor of I
1 <"r\'e ID puce a 110 fence"lifor son .\. J.. Jr.. of Jm'ksonvllle.visited -- -
I the ln-ri> Clirlstmns, I day.i I lor guests his il.iughtor, Mrs. Itown of.Maccleiiny.
I In miinicipiil PXpendituroH' j t county und a numberoljiem ,
ut I tin) home of :ti rim. Lowery
Hiyn the Florida( State Chamber of : have expressed I their IntJon / I Included I :.Mr.i nnd Mrs.' Jack.. I llrliigs: SUlldl: )'. arrived horn lust Sunday Smart Coat [

The city clerk department I of asHlxtlnic I i m Hie clrculnti und children ii mid :rib lime Annlo l llurrcit ; iiinl will visit friends nnd relatives
Mrs. W.
i ommerce. Woolen amid 1111'". ( !I.
of a I and friend, from J.u'knonvllle. I I Ii tie. _
alone $810 euch petition lI"klllthat
ai A. Anderson tended the 0. I K. S.
i ilal'' election Mr. and !Mrs. J. t'. Adklns from ----.- Wont back to work
mouth In October *und ;November; on the qupstlou/ be In Sum'lie Monday night. af I or 1 hrco

City1l1nager! Smith bus assumed\ | *.il.I (sal iim.sville. Mr. and :Mrs. A. Z. :Mrs C. V. May' und two little I mfm .3. i5u <\m 4m 4m t> 5. .fo' days of linmo treatment

Adklim I .nnd
family I 1'1'011Hllu'ke.
the duties of ililcf of police nnd, S daughters{ have "returned I lo I.aIt.y il>
I.,(io proposerl, ( cross :Mr. nnd, Mrs.l Leroy Ii oii lit'. of C. L. Normandy a ..ivill'lllrin..r liv-
has nluo taken over the department state h'gh"J al'ler i vlbltlng I her lI"t Ii er-i tm-law. .. 'Iam
",,1' public woiks. saving the ttuli from V'ero IOa"'l to Tampa via Jacksonville Mr. timid Mrs. \V. II. M: is. :Mayo. ( at thou mitmitowil.11i. BROOKERUrooker. inir, lit 2.Ui: '.1 t !)t th Street, St. I'aul.
nnd !I'd; 1'Muurds:, of laitt-tey. Minn., wui taken with at tack of
I lo Wales un :
"i"cb of t\\ o (ollli lals Tho city Is In slKbt. .says thet.da ,'. .and. Mrs. II. fl. Supp mind'
Mr l und Mrs, I Ralph I I 1I111111'11111'dhll,11I8 lumluiKO> and<1 for. one week could not
i iiinager a two announced( ( ( I tho dropping ( ; State Chamber of ('amret \- Mrs. I.!:. K;. llurney were shopping .t 4 !. .j> '!' i' 'I.m' .. move I in liix l>ed.
I thor1I'HI8! the
/ during hol
of forty-He\eii( uddlllonal I I I municipal (I- The1 I board of ,tommlssloni In Staiki' Tuesday. A friend told. mo to1"0 Sloan',
i I'olk ioiinty bus idays. :Miss ;Nellie; Mac II lid Law- Jan.' 7. Mr. "K.: (' '
t lie awarded -iiiinont
( ( employees fro ml puvrollmi ( ( aLi iiinl 1 gut a bottlo. After
January 1 and( (Hinted. t thai 1\\1' itut fOr> coustriii tton m (of I'ob Ic's it'111'O\ I Itlanrliiird 1 nntl' Mr. undMrs. 1' ? r # Long: of Wild< wood spi-nl t lh< ii'intt it one clay, I WII.H. nlilo' to vullcilniut

i nglneeri. would I he.. dlspenued( ( a Ith'ebruary ; ,tlon of the rond. a -ii'tloll t 19 \ Frank I'.nks. und I'll 111 11 Y. all\ : : wit'-mliii here us guest of I :.Mr. anil l the1 IIOIIHC. After three
1. (li'B I In I li'iigth;I from I llc I .perldes to I IOC Foit Pierce Mrs (I. II. (ColMcm. v\u: iilile to go to work and< now 1 it ill

i5KI: hi I in life liver I where, I It I will i I :Mr. and 1s1 iii.V.. C. Woolen visited ZIFF :Mrs. Digit !Prevail amid I Miss '1'" ill w "II "i eVv-r. I would'<1 not' IIP without -

0 S inert with I the highway to I Hampton I HI-IK Sunday.Mr. :: :. lelda, (liii mm.'y were hll..II11'HH"HI Moun's: Liniment I if( I it rout :$5.00: () ;a
The hiiif* ( omreiQ and Htt't'l. lit by :\1111'1111 nnd Osieoln 111'1' : und' :ti rs. K. I K.: Hnrney und (iii's Alnclina Sit t tt ,rilimy., Ii .1 t'li-, 11 t i in II skIm mci in's (friend.I "

tin &I ge; miosH, I the. Suwannee river t. lly tin now lilghwny It coo will ihlldrcn t spent" ChrMnms, i In Jacli- 6, .!, $ 3- (I) !) '!J'S> ,. S. :itt. Mntlns I IruiiMilIng I I : bus!1II'tlH Tho ri'iwon t lint Sloan.' gives Btich
r marUahlu relief is 1 that it
.11 lilluvlllt- ui'lying State Komi i i' :sonvlllu \\ ft ii Mrs. In Sim Ue gets rIght
'eighty I 1111111 I from I.nk.'alell. Iliiruey'H ]pl a- Saturday ul'loi noon I i. I i Innun
:Mr. und :Mrs.' Low.., of Luko- of I Hie' pain. It HtimtihitcqMillion : .
;No; 1 uerosn I the utrenm' has been Vero ileach while from LakeIt's rents, I Kid.', 'and :II I'M. II. V Skipper.' land. spent liiMt week nnd, Christmas I :Mrs. L II Gulney und, daughter( I .- \ I thriMii'liotif.; tho,11'11/ :

"1 pi'lied to tii ra liii and I the new O fl-i to Tampa, via JlIII'ICw.Jul! I it'ii I Itowo I und children' spent > holidays I bore with I t ,,'1.1 t t1ve i ToU-lda. "' ....visitors" to I Lului. Hul-I p the pain J in, und clean out the

i rete piuonvmade (' ? < :. the hltliwn\) | ( ( :ry nnd! llopewell the ml tmili; time Is. Silt ii rmity; In I :MrClenny.i 1 I I and friends.Mrs., Inr. 'I'ttm'midiy.tI I. in I that urn iiii"iiiir "It.

nvallul Il'. i" .. dlslamo ol( ty-llre miles., making t the. :Mrs routeDgether : Henry Shaw und children! .. :
.1. half a mil' III order" tile Bti Elf' 1 one of 1-15 miles. arc vlKiling her parents III pelund 1 I' children< of I Hampton \\ ItO lu-re -I'; |1)14, amid! Son II you uie lit nit ever.u .
I of Jacksonville, are spending I hitsWm.e ( .t> I lioltlu 101" lay nnd have it
lure may ho u<,'d m tlilH week.Among. among: friends' Wednesday.Mr.M ; on
k with I t !tIer) \parents" Mr. und I li.u i it I .Ml drtiBKi .' > tents
Ti the holidays, gncxls who' ( : l : nnd I :Mrs. "I'. C. I Ilii/.en 11 mimI mgf
tegular I i>us. m-rvli n bet \\.11. :Mrs. J. II. Thomas
The FtdiT.il! I I l.lKhthniiHc i 8">rvli I, 'llliihUNsee l visited ill ( lie. home of Mr. undMrs. children of 'filter \Hill HI"'lItlll"1ur |
mill I Pensucola I :Mr.nnd Mrs. I"V.. Reynolds,
1 irepl.u" 'ni-l( nil I niildeM to mivlpr/ il"i" Olrl Spnnlsli Trull u distance: over ; A :M. liliincbiiril w..,.... :Air.AtkliiHon I Tommlo Leslie, and .lti itiii I ti Key- IUHviek! / hero as gin'st of I th<- '

lion I I In I 1.,1, k<" OI".hollP"" hetwetClewlstun 'iI !! und daughter/: nf Georgia. I'ormer's) mother. Mrs." I ). WHazin.
( |12:111 miles I has been I lining united t Holds, of Grahuni h : spent Christmas
I IV. McU'od 1 und I .
(: > .ind r.ui.il I I'olnt. 'id 'It Is now iiossililo to tiavcl'fun duughler. i holidays I lipro with I I Mrs. b Reynolds'puieiits "
of tinhc.u, .ons were. d' :III'. und 1 Mrs. J. Ii. Dyu unit, children I It.V.. llriitiilen of I.akn Duller I
number one exlreine of the state to :Mr. und l !Mrs. J. II _
during Hie storm Septet. 'u of Jacksonville I Mr. undMrs. wIts u visitor" here Wednesday.. at' wt
stroyed > other by regular, motor bt Ihonias.Mrs. *t '
acetLUiImmfeitiilg : '
Lower of (niinesxllle, and It-i noon.
her 18. ( \ : \\'.
at TallahitbM" I II I I. Rivers of Jacksonville '
S S S S itko Mr. und! Mrs. C*. U Atkinson of I. R. ialney was Iriinsui ling
City und Jacksonville. The anil Mr. und, Mrs. ( :lid Howard -

Surunot.1:( IIIIH joined! other ('IHIn ''tw tlirough line.1 tups' lateral lines Miami.Mr. of 1'II'l'hlll1ks.' spent Christmas business ill Sturko Monday andTuosdiiy. I

I Intensive ciimpalBii attain'ito : and Mrs. Jeff Terry had as ..+*+++++++++ H..+++
I an Ceorgia; und( Alabama, at Tulihassee hero with Mrs Rivers. nnd 1'1I'H.IIUWIII'I'II I IIIHj
their A. .t. IIn of. Mushncll.
CIII'lsllllllH 1'11. xpintSaturday
tl guest Misses
ttlici8; lit peddlers< who I Infest Marlunna und Cotton"liledule. I but Iter, Kid.: J. I II. IeIiy.Elder : COFFINS & CASKETS ,IIt
winter. A set flue i Florrie" and llesslo 'Terry Mr. and :; t nnd Sit mmmii,y hem usguest
itnte every and Hues to Ilrl.stol, and : 1 Khoden of Maccleiiny.I I
$.0 and fonts Is assessed again I|louutstown ut Julncy and to I'an- Mrs. ..Iohn'rltk and daughter was appointed pastor of Rock ; of Ms tuft Iter, Mrs. l II. Wllaxen. I and a Full Line of 1
Mr. and Mrs. I .
Vlckery of Jacksonville
without f
operating a -
every one church' for another
IMa City and Apulucbicola year.
ut Muinna and Miss :Mr. Warner Molt of \Hugun Station 1 t: Undertakers

bi" Joyce ofWaldo.
cease and tI(lie, license fee has and Cottond.ile. Terry Mr. and Mrs. A. I... Lewis ofLakeland. : Supplies +
I WitS I lioni Saturday. visiting I I ;
fixed at $100 S S S S S S S II. n.) Hudson nnd Mr. Kills: vis- Misses Opal Lola' :Man his parents Mr. and! Mrs.' R.oJ : f AUTOMOBILE HBARSB!: JAlwm
Lewis and Johnnln Lewis Jr.. w..rimvlimitoms '
Ono more score may be wrltt Commissioner Illalr' of the lluau lied Mr. and !Mrs. L. I H. I Hill Tues to Sturke Molt.' I *

the credit of the cattle t > of Internal Revenue at Wash- ,Ii a y. Friday ufternoon. Mr. und Mrs R.V.. Mailer nndhlldreu. Smart fur cufft. that roarh "hillfw, .n hand. Th. Wit ..rt_

to igton; requested by) the Florida, Fred und Jewel (' I of Til m pa, was hern i this up tho forearm are fonture of thl. I 'f a. lh. I..... prl_ HKMUI' aS. *
which has, prevented the buildup Boyer are visiting :Miss I Elicit I Howard of Fairbanks I distinctive II' (titlnn lo l.l.(..P... .rd.r*.
of the dairy industry In 'IorlIa's ate: Chamber. of Commerce to I their\ sister' M iii. Fred" Moore! week vl"ltllllIho i I ; I former's mother.Mrs. t coat. Tho Biirpllco, collu KKblSTEHBU BMIIALMKHDEWITT : 1:
attended church.' here Saturday Is. ulso In tho newest
'nd I winter flUbIO-'
Florida, State Chamber ugents; to Florida I this week. I K. K.: I itt't I"'I'. I
the nnd Sunday and the C.
Commerce ;New; England u order that action on amended( :'III'. and Mrs. I.. II. I Hill werehoa wns T. II. Plnholslcr und A. I.. : JONES \!
guest of her sister .
Mrs. R. H.Thomas.
'iconic tax returns might be motored. I lo I Lake llutlur I i ::1:
cream manufacturers ore 1 Invad exedited and \hostess to the following I ; Crosby I '" ''' STAKKK, FLA. j j'llll
\ bus replied that It Is Im- on Christmas 'day Charles Tuesday" evening t
Florida with t their. produit us Hill Mr. and Mrs I.V.. \Dynl. of tI him \ I ;
osslble to do this HARVEY M SNYDEKii )
so ut I t I
limy. The
(; .
Urlly< Jones of Fort -- -- -- .
this state us u winter market.loininlssjoiier' Myers l. Graham I section spoilt Sunday hero +'I-++4+++++++++++-W.
stated that eveiy Aunt Mary Todd of Jacksonville,
order that they might; opei; with their
parents. Mr. and :MrN. '
their plants twelve months in ?llort Is being made to speed up and Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs. Geo. J.V.. Lewis. Daring Mortician Stark1. I U. .

year instead of BhiiHInK tl tl lie,,barge work have und been that olllciuls In I'leive, of Luwtey. Messrs. Clyde Kelley was a visitor Member of Florida runcruiDirectors FOR
winter when ice cri, to i Mr. and il m's. Denmark a mid .OVERYEARS
In the
down s i,rruelnl/e to Sturke und Fulrbanks Sunday .
consumption: ) In the east dwln.' cane carefully he0 buby returned to their 'home In afternoon.Mr. ';v.m' mmm and Kmluilinork: An. ;
first ,)\' I takng; positive t I nit timi. I It may( ://'lI'knvllle' Sunday, lifter, vlsltltip,
to almost 1I1>lhhllt. The aj" and :Mrs R. II. Thomas.Mrs. .
left Lawre.i.e possible, ho added to Increase, Mrs. Denmark's parents. !Mr andIII's. ociation.Hay zoo
of cream
ment Henry Shuw
children of
[is bureau's form III Florida\< mifteranuamy : ,
Ikuddy' Norman during the -
29 for ZIlNES!
Mass.. December r 1. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F." W.

burg. It is reported' a Florida 1101 lilays. Reynolds I and I I children I I of Graham $ tj laarlcm oil has been a world-
S S S S :Mrs. Bryant Ileddlsh. of Sturke.Is -1 Niptillb ,'iU A
has been organIzed: to \
poratlon Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Thomas. iiI vide remcdyforkidneyIwerand

tribute the product In this stat IJlpphlll''ala for use III the war vlHltlng Mr. anti Mrs VolleyIteddish. and Frlnk Groover. wari vlultinv. ........ j \\ DrWitl I lees I ladr'cr i
-- I < disorders!
list the rheumatism
a i gal cattle tick
S lire
S S I being ,
Mr. .
and Mrs, Dtdatha
of Iowa. 1, Constructed In all sections of Tuy- H. A. nianchard was a bushipss Starling; I II II "" ,"""" "."" """ '" ... uii.bago ond uric acid conditions.: f
The legislature Sunday afternoon.! !Mr. Starling "" ''''''''''' '''' '''''' '' ''''' '' !",1.
state of Representative Gi,, Ior county according to Information visitor to Starke Tuesday. hUll been. confined/ to his bed for :
and m received by the Florida, State Mrs: (I. A, Anderson entertained 7--g
chairman of the ways over a week. I o D MeDAl.
lower hall Chamber of Commerce from Per the Missionary Society of the G
of Don't
committee forget services at Deaton
congress has adopted a rlt ry. Plans provide for sixty-five' Unptlst church Tuesday afternoonat next Saturday and Sunday. Kvery- I John B. Thomas: HAARLEM OIL"' 't

vats so located that It will he her home In Lawtey. After the
resolution demanding repeal unnecessary body Is' Invited to attend. 'I l"lI3JI! :
tax. 4 to drive cattle more than meeting adjourned, the hostesi., HKGISTKItl''II: : ,UtI'li< IIi':
federal Inheritance Services were held at Deaton
two miles for dlpllnlCaltle served her guests with dellclouii orrect Internal! trouble, stimulate vital
personally was responsible Itaptlst church. Saturday and Sun i "i4tirkit, I'lori.I.u I
owners throughout the tuna hut salad salttnes and ,..'" ''irgnn Three ul rii. All
/ county are cocoa. ilronulntn.\ Insist.
amendment of the law last j day by the pastor. T ltI. Crosby, of) I _
coope..nttnlwith. Mrij. L. H. Hill i'r n the uriiiinul genuine
provide for an eighty per cei the forces constructing delightfully entertained Rising.Miss. MaD"'&..
i the vati assisting III selecting the Ladles' Aid of the
bate to those states Imposing Martha Groover. of the
convenient locations Methodist church
and at the Wednesday Graham.
inheritance taxes section spent lust week
S I S S afternoon at her attractive homoIn Grove'sTasteless
frankly admitted the provlslo here with her mother. Mm. J. H .
: The Goodrich Tire Company. of Lawtey. After. planning out tho
Florida. Kelley.
aimed at EAT
Akron Ohio has work for the ;New; Year AT
moved its tire and other This llttla speedboat was
The action of the Iowa Ii Misses Opal anti I.ula Mae Lewis!
testing fleet to Gainesville and business/ very pleasant social meant for quiet waters. But, to
resolutloi attended services
ture In adopting a at Denton Sunday
til the advent of spring and 1111-1 hour was. spent in which the hostess win a bet, R R. Stevens and J. S The
Ing repeal ot the law month) and were the dinner guests of
Ing of the snows In the north tests served her guests with delicious Oakley drove It all the way from Chill
the Florida State Chamber of Miss Willie Kelley and Minn Martha TonicRestores

San Francisco to San
will be made on Florida highways. fruit' caku wafers and hotchocolate. Diego .O0

merce. that Representative O The fleet comprises nine cars and The Aid will meet with Groover.Mr. miles In the open ocean. They AmericanLunch
own state has turned again'in and Mrs. KdJIe: Lewis and l made Health
an average speed of 24 mile Energyand
the testing personnel Is composed Mrs. .;. E Ilurney January. 12th.
and it is I children of Brooker
this matter c spent Sunday aa bour. ,
Rosy Cheeks.
of nineteen men. teach: car Is being Mrs. Charles McCormick and eoc
sized by the fact that State S\\ here with Mr.. and Mrs. J. W.LewN. .
driven twenty-two hours dally.NU'fU'f two rhllfln not Lakeland are visitIng -
W. S_ FlAlrH whn took thnsponsoring I
her mother Mrs. D. L. |,
the resolution, Mrs. Henry Shaw and n__ "hlllr..n u... _. __. Regular meals and abort or-
; : OF erosIIt.lmit'iMEE1IU : Blanchard
at Council Bluffs the cent Mrs. Wiggins of Jacksonville,, left last week for her home In ,Queen and Princess in Chicago I der Sandwlche .Coltl Prinks.

Representative Greene ow? Notice 'Is horeby;:;: Klvon that the I, III visiting I.er. mother. Mrs. Low-. Jacksonville after spending' last
greaslonal district. $ regular annual. meclliiK or th. xtoi k- week here with her parents Mr

I S SFiorida' i, holol..r8 of the Hunk of StarkA will, ery.Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Thomas.
b. ht l<1 In Its bAnking room In and Mm. L. H. Hill and son, / Mr.
richest crop t* Btark, Florida on TuvHiluy January Louie Jr.. with Russell Green of the Pine
ber, will not bp Its rlqheP 18, 11)37 at 7-IIO: p m, to eloct a Imuril. Jones Hill! section/ attended services
of directors for the emtulnx yi-nr and I motored up to Jacksonville\( Satur- here
much longer unless steVe ten '" to transact smith' other business UB I Sunday.
day evening. Graydon returning
tlmbe'8' may come liefer1 thmItAWSON S TATRONIZEHOME
to replenish Its to his' home In Fort :
J. DXVIS1 Myers Saturday .
and protect them Ij.galns"t 13-31-31-1-14 < '.i hler; night lt 1> 4 .. 'j> it> ... 1> 4s : I : BUSINESS

fires Bays the Florida Stat.)" NOTICK: OP "'! O' KIIOI.III::IIS Mr*. hj. I.;. IK' rue y was called.I to, 4 HIDE

ber of Commerce. The "r q IIlIl: : "" Jacksonville Tli'irxday' by the III- 4 ; -. m GAINESVILLE ,

went on record at Its annul* Notice In hereby tclven that tho ness of her father\ Kid H. V. Sklplier HAMPTON jmt BUSSES

'Inn in Miami last month ,** eirtilar nnnunl meftinw th- "t? ",'k. 0 "
te .|ITN| of tht< I Hradfonl Cr.unlv I Hank. -p 'tm
of establishment of $ 4 ,
vor 4 I,
'f. *I
'C t < <5m 1 4 4Jtev.
timid III its bunking In
will be ( ""MI'J Mr. 011,1rn: II I. C. Cox entertained Schedule
Forestry Oureau to take c f'1..rk.. Klorldi' on Tuomliiy JimtiurII \ ,
the work which would liii.6" I, I !1J7.! ut 7 ::10 J > p.m.. to "led" """,1,1 at their i relty home In Otto S"'lI1rhur. of Jacksonville ,r FOR JAX !)
of dlroftom for. t th** enHitlntr I yi*,u orestatlon. 'h ither liu..lntHM ,, .
ranai t NU* S inai >
S S mi-" bcfarmItirm.. party Friday. <, night; Dancing/ was L. L. Hedenbaiigh visited :Mr. lied- I I I. and I p.m.

J. II HITCH. the entertainment fir the evening enbaugh's father :Mr I. II. lledenbaugh FOR n',,
lio. ILI.F.-9.I.J:
Construction of State II J 1'l-2t-l-7' f'uNhlerOIII a.m.
h and at 11 o''loc'k. the host and !: last SundayMr. I

I better known as the Ol d \ 'K .>.. O lilt KIIOI>''.11'' hostesH served their guests with\ a and Mrs. t'lowden and :Miss : I 1:15: and I'rall between Jackson IEiI: : IliNot
I'ensacola. has reached e sumptuous buffet 'Ipp"r which Ottle Witt Wuuchula, visited .. ,
thin I the onslsted of burbocu'1 veal. ---- -
ice IH h.rmIlYgi v.'il potato friends and relatives here hum
here It la possible to mi regular annual' 1 nieetinir. uf the .t.,< kholdem ',
n of thI.awtey state Hank salad cold\ slaw read cakes week they have returned from a''

'or run between the two e (If> l.uwtev. Kla., will b.. held I Iti (Iilanklnir I. and hot rolffee. Their fiiest which trip to Columbia S O HERBINE T'Tt *

'"n hours without exce. rooms In r.uwtey. Klorl'la..n numbered about 1,1" l I. ft at I 2:30after Mrs Josephine thl" 4
left last :
Includ Tu"Mny, January IS, 1!>27, at 3 For
peed limit. This Liver
aJasper em l to vlect a l i.itr.I of ilm-, torn enjoyng a very pl asant even- Friday for )Miami where she will Stomach Bowels, t

'our from Lake City to M J. for the nnulnir yeur and, to trannnct I 1111 ij visit\ her son, :M. / J3ulllr.in and Quern Marie and Princes Torpid Liver Indignation, mind
before Ilvans
n -
I inch other btminemf aa may come rutted Mveral
hardsurfai of
while 1 them Hev. Robinson and !: daughter. Mrs. J. P. Summers. during their vIsit in Chicago. hen tll. Ihe public school Conatlpntloa'or

!progress on the direct *" D. \Yo MOORK.CuohU-r.. :Miss Helen have daUlhtel"l \Mis Evelyn Dirt, of Alachuu I Morris Rumanian consul tneral! M are howo eortvd by Ira Nelaon j 6Ocpgr bOW., Sul.l b7

twean Lake City and 12-8l-3t-l-M CI1JC&I '
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t I\RADFORO COUNTY TEJ.1C GRArD, STARKE, _FLORIDA __ _. ..' _.,_... ... _... .FRIDAY, .JA1IIUAR.Y T,

1. r.\E. RIGHT: tollowlng resolution adopted Petition of Sam Nichols for pauper MKX: -AN KHSAY Bids for construction' wore"
Continued From Page 1)) The -- Florida highways
; ( allowance refused.
I tho County Khan be : connection with Men are what women marry ed will amount to $1,600,000
Telegraph | required by this The board in "
; resolved by
Bradford County He It hereby hun Is and "
Jh mode under the supervision of Bald Commissionersof the school board proceeded to They have two feet, two be received here
of County ''
Board of County CommlsHloneiso Hoard a elect advisory attorney. A. 8. sometimes two wives but' (pever the state road department. F
that we as
1879 Bradford
ESTABLISHED IN such Knglneer: or Superintendent appreciation\ of Crews and 13, M. Julian being the more than one collar or oiti Idea jests are us follows:
[ di'slftniited by It body express our werenucretly at a time Dlxlo highway Palm Hi
a a may bo Chair- only applicants, the hallos i
I 1t1t) Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class 1'.1' HIII h purposes but not so oe"III'"onllhly the services Mr. J. of M our Brownl retiring'prfor the taken und a tie vote wasdoclorocl. I Like Turkish cigarette-,J men I county, rock base 15.39 mlle .
!!! Starke Florida I' li lnl Mfern with the man. which he haspresided A second vote was I then are ail made alike the only .llfl'ertnce I Dixie highway, St. Lucie ely
;? Matter at the Post Office/ at oper operation of Ornntoo's lines', efllclpnt manner in of thin ( taken with the same refill 1 IB. Then being Home are netdin) hard surface, 17.21 miles.
li the meetings ( ?
;i'' If, I!:. Matthews..._..__..............Owner and Publisher anal Kf'rvlco.Section \hoard\ for over the past! six .years and ,the school} board( agreed!! to accept guised than others f I Dixie highway, St. Johns cu
Hradford of the i iy be ty from St. Augustine
Editor IV. Said from 'the ono elected by the board Generally speaking, :( i sou
Managing ;i iJ Is retiring
J. Robinson.....--.---...--------.... County .shall In no way bw liable our regret that life. county commissioners and then a divided Into three class< husbands clearing, etc., 15.39. 8f
-: or responsible for any accident or the Hoard to private.olllcer ho IHXM third ballot was taken and t;. M.I bachelors and w I I. *ers, Gulf Coast Highway FranBj
H SUBSCRIPTION RATE damage that may cxrur In tile consrtictlon conducted As a presiding the business of our Johns! was elected to serve as advisory An eligible bachelor Is a n >nt of county, clearing etc., 17,43
\J operation or maintenanceby impartial Attorney for the board of obstinacy entirely surrou fidjby/ : Road No. 2, Lake county
Advancer ,
in and
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable the Grantee of Its linen and appurtenances meetings and In a the fair best wishes of county commissioners and the suspicion. Husbands\! are fltlree i iI ing. etc., from Silver Lake '

Advertising Rates on Application hereunder. manner, of this board goes board of public Instruction for the I varieties; prizes, surprls" >i* 'd to Kustls, 1 0.6 miles.
; Section V. All linen constructed each member term of two years at a salary of I consolation prizes. Overhead pass on the Dl
: under thin grunt shall be constructed with him. of this $75.00 per year, one-half to be Making a husband out of b in i Highway across the Florida EL
I' The Palm Beach Independent is worrying over the question and maintained In accordancewith i I \Ve resolve be that spread a (copy upon the paid by the board of county commissioners Is one of the highest plastic' .i i Coast railroad in Martin count
established practice with respect fur- and one-halt to be paid known to civilization. It rnqun bridge over Turkey creek on tf
"Will Skirts Disappear? to electrical construction and minutes nlsbed the of this Bradford board County a copy Telegraph [by the board of public instruction science sculpture common sea name highway in Brevard conn}

ifM1 maintenance for publication and a copy Dr. VV n. Parks wan elected as faith hope and charity, especial bridges across Doctor's Inlet n|
af Is hereby : Black creek on Head No.
Grantee 3
Section VI. at a salary of charity.It .
Hrownlee. physician
': f when the delivered to Mr. county Clay
Get your auto license early and avoid the rush given the right and authority Passed this 3rd day of January $50,00 a year Is a psychological marvel tha county.

in to assist in the tag sale. ""n-.. make iixHlirnmcnta of thin right, 1927. The salary of the janitor was soft fluffy, tender violet seened
sheriff and county judge starts and the
,,}. -n privilege and authority Louis 11. Hill fixed at $50.Ou per month and sweet little thing like a womul
HIS;a rights hereunder, all assignees to J. L. Underhill Ernest Byrd elected as janitor. should enjoy kissing a big. awl The Chamber of Commerce
: : ; be bound to the game extent as the G.-W., I Hlnson. The salaries of the clerk of ward, stubby-chinned, tobacco' an meets
: r. Railroads have announced they will grant homeseekers original; Grantee. L. II. Gainey. the board the supervisor of registration bay-rum scented thing like a maI every
shall Thursday
Section VII. The Grantee presented and Jailor was not changed. night at the
attorney it frlgh
Florida The county flatter a man
to >u
rates to Florida during 1927. They are coming Ole Its wrtten acceptance of this the chairman of the board with a On motion of O. W. Hlnson ens him to death, and if you don City Hall. Every citizenof

,,1'i but a lower railroad rate will add .to the influx. grunt with the said after Hoard It within shall beautiful fountain pen given by seconded by J. O. Crews the salary you bore him to death. If yo the town is expectedto
I anyway [,thirty ((30) days the other membra of the board In of county prosecuting attorneywas permit him to make love to yoi
i have been duly adopted.This rellolutlonshalt token of their esteem for his ad- fixed at $25.00 per month. All lie gets tired of y'ou in the end be present. 8 o'clock.
:l' Suction ministration. The presentation voting yes. and If you don't he gets tired I
:i' Woman 103 years old was burned to death as she attempted take effect upon Its passage hereIn. was 'accompanied by very fitting E. M. Johns and A. S, Crews the beginning.If .
shortening and acceptance as provided I remarks of appreciation for all of were applicants for county prosecuting believe him In every thin
ed to light her pipe. Another case of tobacco which Mr. Hrownlee thanked the attorney. The ballot was soon you cease to interest him an
( Panned and adapted at Starke taken secretly and }oJ. M. Johns you ;ENT A WORFCOLUMN
cordially with him in everything
11)r') life's span. Florida thin 3rd day of January board This very being the last meeting of was elected as county prosecuting if you, you argue soon cease to cha-r ,

tijO.; 0 A. I l).. 1927. the present Hoard of County attorney for the term of two years him. If you believe all he tell
]II. Brownlee,
t J. they adjourned Mr. Albert Jennings presented fool, nnc'
Commissioners a
he thinks are
p ; Out of the 166 prisoners of the state who made their getaway G.Lou\V.la H.Hinson 11111,, sine die. a bill for medical treument with broken andnuislng -I you If you don't he thinks you are ;
while suffering
from the state farm (I. W. Alderman, cynic. ( REE'; -Use of 20 acre farm .
36 escaped L. Underhill,
during last year, only J. Clerk. leg. The bill refused for the
i'\I'\ colors am
If you wear Ray Wateroak section. Pay taxo
L. It. Galney.
i' ;;. at Raiford, the balance leaving well guarded road camps. (i. W. Alderman. reason. during the board the pull time the he regular was ot rouge and a startling! hat he hell, and !have what you make onj
,' r: Members of Hoard of County In County Commissioners Court, .alary tates to take you out; and it yoi to three years. L. A. Davl
,4,}" 0 CommlHslouers Starke Florida, January 4. 1D27. duty. wear a little brown toque and i iI i R. P. u., Columbus, Ga.
.,,,\ the Tuesday January ith, 1927, the The board then proceeded to select tailor made outfit he takes yoi -Itf-tf
Get your car tagged unless you want to play tag with ATTEST: board elect towltLouis: II. Hill, not less than 295 names nor I J bout and stares all evenng at I II

w a I sheriff. "$1.00 and costs" is the most misleading sentence G. \v.Its Alderman Clerk. (Seal) J. I.. Underhill, (. "'. Hlnson. J. more than 305 books\(names of said from county theregistration I woman in Kay (colors rouge and ,11' )H SALE-Fordson tractor an

Agreement of Hank of Starke an (1. Crews and L. II. dalney; for the startling hat. Ford one ton truck steel bod}
l in the world. ; Depository was presented ensuing term of two years met at from the several election preclmtsund \ If you Jon him In his gayetlo 8 both used short time Hav
County at Starke, \Hrad furnished list of names so selected him In his smoking r,
showing 5000.00 In bonds In thepossecslon the court house und approve quit farming and machines mud
o of the State Comptroller ford( county, Florida at ten o'clocka. to the clerk of said '.swears you are driving him to th e be sold. D. I. Ames, owe
Fundsdeponlted m., and organized as a board ofcounty ns required by law. SlId names devil and It you dent approve this lf,f 'tarke, Fla. 11-5-tJ
GOOSE; for County
THE security
i LET US SPARE THE LIFE OF as with said bank. commissioners by electingLouis ; to be written upon slips of paper sniokng and urge him to glv e _
H. Hill\ chairman of said and to be folded and deposited by his gayeties! he vows you at''a
up II !
u Star-Telegram) of pensioners ns per \LE-Chlcken Fertilize
(Lakeland The report clerk) In a box and,)
sheriff and
the the devil. If u
t? report shows twelve board for the term of two years.The [driving him to yo iOc per 100 Jbs. Arthur Wool
1 Florida has a proverbial goose that lays a golden egg. confederate Comptroller soldiers and thirty-six: halrman-elect then announced from said box the names In the of circuit Jurorsto are the clinging vine type l li 18, .turke, Fla. 12-31-2{
living that the board was readyto be drawn" to serve doubts whether you have a brats

That goose is the four-cents per gallon taax levy on each widows and of confederate receiving pensions soldiers In proceed with the business as court us prescribed clerk by law.ordered tc, [und It you are a modern ad van, a 'T-White Eskimo female Spj
motion the 1 1c'.onhts I'
gallon of gasoline sold within the confines, of the state, either Bradford County Florida pi'cneiited.' ed and whether Independent you have woman a hear t og between Lnwtey and Star!

i1 wholesale.. It is this "golden egg" that has enabled I -f If are silly, he longs for L unday. afternoon.. 26th; Jibe'|
_"r_>t.____ __r i I I you ward. "'n"' H* T L. Pic ni.ftel
'W"'J ""D. u.
' the state road department to make real! progress in providing Beefsteak at $3.75 a Pound 1"I liana bright und mate Intellectual and If ,you he longs are nrii-for ,I HoGS3, Starke. 12-31!

Florida with an adequate system of state highways. Yet a playmate. If you are popular ft SALE- Ou Sou Wuluul i,
he Is ealous and '
with other
come misguided folk would proceed forthwith to kill the goose ; If you are not, he hesitates to mar- arch room, bath house and large other sleep conv,;.

and rob the nest. w- '! ry Gash-ding a wall-flower.men anyhow!-Ex. buse aces; also six room modi i
facing new hlghwa
The reason for this inclination is to be found in the mistaken '.? fj i rise In; cheap. Mrs. S. -,
I 1t1.I'OHT OK THE "lITIOa4! mrlck. l-7-3t
, ; idea that Chairman Fons A. Hathaway has now accomplished Of TI1K \\VTK ..a>, n.i .\\" .1!

' enough in the way of road building to enable the ;j SALE-Jersey Wakefleld
t 4 i The Lawtey States Bank, atLawtey
+ J>base plants, $1.60 M. deered. .
,. 1\\ '' state to divert a certain proportion of good road funds for .,., ( i Florida, In the State of A, P. Schnell per Box 51,,
of business
close >
other purposes. It is true that remarkable things have been I December Florida at 31 the, 1926. Iwtey, Fla. It*

accomplished but the task is not yet half complete. Perhaps e I, RESOURCESLoans
I (( on Heal Estate: 12890.77 |T ED'; -To know owner of
" 1; it'is now possible to travel on paved highways almost from ,SL 1a 1 Loans on Other Collat- 17 automobile license No.

cue end of the Florida peninsula to the other; within two teral ._- ._- 1,533.00All 058C. Necessary to gel
Other Loans and name to complete tltl
years there will probably be a through surfaced route, the I Discounts __ ___ 12642.41 tier's C. A. Futch tag agent

eastern end of the Old Spanish Trail from Jacksonville to I United States Honda 3350.00 'ke. U'ED
I{County and Municipal
1'ansacola; that some two years will likely see every important Bonds --__ 3000.00 1 --Agents In all Florid
(Banking House Furni- is; Fairfax Tires and Tube
county seat in communication with other county seats i ture and Fixtures __ 9.977.00IOther lard warranty low price

the length and breadth of the state, but with all this done [ Heal Estate lied with small Investmen
Owned 2,94200 y & Pierce, state dlstrlbi
there will still be a great task ahead.It I Claims and Other Resources Box 3456 Sta. F, Jacksor

., 24..3 t Fla.
is not going to be enough to merely provide paged highways I Due from Incorporated ill.

: If Florida is to have complete control over the appeal I Hanks _uu__ 10,70887
c Cash on Hand _______ 3,990.99
to motorists from other states to come here every month in ,;.

''I ., the year, these highways must be beautiful as are those in A world's record.for baby beet-412'" Live-Stork went to Show a 13-year The -final old Indiana bid wag boy$J7B as tile a pound result,of which tile grand Is rather auction expensive I Total __. _n. _____$61,057.38LIABILITIES FOR SALE-

1 California and in many other of the western states that have of champion steers at tile The Cleveland prlze wlJwer and W'a.t.t Gibbon ot Washln ton cuny, Ind., who raised U* --. Capital Stock Paid in 15000.00 PECAN TREESh

porterhouse. ____ .___ 1,50000'
discovered the value of this effort. Surely there is no section pjp.hown above., Surplus Undivided Fund Profits- Less class budded and

4 oJ? country better adapted to purposes of beautification.: Each -- Expenses and Taxes 'd t. well rooted sturdy i

. Paid ____u_______ 708.55 tralght, heavy bearing 11
part of Florida offers some special advantage in the planting i
) GREAT AMERICAN 110111EcolN' Individual Deposits tee will make One pay-
of trges, flowers and shrubs. The highways should be not 1[ THE I Subject to Check ___ 22609.94 ichards. Prices right. ]
=!/ Savings Deposits _____ 10.816.43Time
only broad, well built and perfect as possible from an engineering Certificates of gue.

___________ 16.30Cashier's
should touch of Deposit
standpoint, but also bring that beautyso also carry Duncan and
Checks Outstanding
readily secured with a little bit of effort. Every dollar spent _____._____ 291.83 seedless grapefruit I
NOW Due to Incorporated jlne, pine apple, Chln-
for that will be dollar invested. Florida is ,
purpose a wisely __ ______
G in a position to /share: with California, Oregon, Washington, WITH TH' DoYS f rose bushes, kumpersimmons- '
GAAe5 Total __ .__________61057.38
Colorado and other sections of our great country in makinglife VA KNOW THIS IS MY State of Florda, County of Brad I apuneso ,!| ,

pleasant and enjoyable for those who have the time and WIGHT TA, STfeP OUT// YEN, BUT YOUfO ford ss.: roes
I, D. \V. Moore Casher of the
money to travel here and therein search of health and recreation s 1R SPRINKLE above-named Bank, do solemnlyswear STOKES & SONs

and the gasoline tax will enable Florida to cairy outa SORE ASHES Or4THOS that the above statement Is
e j ICY PROMT STEPS off true to the best of my knowedge NURSERYMEN: \
program worthy of the fame and reputation of the state. lit YOU'LL SLIDE OUT/ and belief.
1\ D. W. MOORS, Varieties Only
And another thing about diverting this road fund to other Cashier. 4

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purposes; the minute a break is made in the present methodof
Plant City-This city will be
procedure other than that every cent should be turned into well on towards Its proposed 160,-

the state road department instead of being equilly divided between 000 water Improvement program eve'sBless '
when a drill Is sunk for a 12-Inch
the several counties, there will be no end to the at- e e ,, I r well. The machinery for the well I
I will be 360 feet deep and provide
raids this of already
Umpted: on source revenue. Suggestions are
: J a flow of 1,000 gallons a minute.A .
being made that the gasoline tax should build and operate I bond Issue was recently voted I
for developmnt of the water facilities 1 Tonici
the schools while another proposal is to use one cent of 1 .
,' the tax to advertise Florida in the North. Commissioner of I Id ,, Miami---a-pach.-Dulldlng- permits i Malarial Germs

uxgriculture Nathan :Mayo: promptly points out that the state Issued 1 Lore during November in 000. sot
aggregated 192960.
f ;' i.partment: has plenty of money on hand should the legislature t

see fit to make an appropriation for publicity purposes. cancel all outstanding warrants I
Issued prior to October 1st, 1921. GNS
However, there are those who believe that the best kind In order to create an interest in
the production of corn county
of advertising'Florida: can devise is that which comes frompossession commissioners offers premiumof >DORE JOHNSON

of a partially-completed highway system, from the $100.00 to any person raising flig Work of all Klnd'i
i 164 bushels or more of corn upon RKE, FLA.
perfection; of that system and from the creation of a school one acre of land. Said corn to be

stem in with the needs of the state. Far measured by the county agent.
t/ keeping present N tl Never Feud
There being no further businessthe
'.I better that we make our state so attractive and interesting p C ?:::> board adjourned to meet In To ftau From Children!

AND LIMP IM- regular session on the first Mon WH EAM VERMIFUGE]
that naturally1; turn in this direction. We have
people'will < I day In February 1927. I o to th.Worm

r.uch house-cleaning to do before we are ready to declare our 0 O. W. ALDERMAN, I to the Child ,
bottlf. Sold
Clerk. by]
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