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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 14, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!FLORIDA LIGHT fc CO. "I / 'i'i'i'jfi /j/ / REMARKABLE STRIDES MADE BYS.



HUGE PROGREOR THIS YEAR \ .. A.. L. RAILWAY, SINCE 1920 .

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I'reslilentiiitlelil" i I h orcoimliin -* Additional Funds
Over 770,000 tbtm. of IIlrlll'hllteel. late Sanitary :\1 > OI hpl|uii'i It's uml, .\ltjiliiN I i
I cement, bricks\ poles, w, I IIo'fU'U'k"hl., KcHiilt's n* For Naval Stores
nachlnery sundry supplies' a'
CIII; aulpnient were used by the Fli 1. Offida1sComing

da Power & Light rotiipany The\ 1I1"'IIII1t-j;; (the 'piul.hl.it I l \' Ih.1, i: RcgearchVork

he erection and completion ot a facials of the sanitary depiirt-' ) Sonboiird, Air Line rullw.ix, ot Its i I --

C the most comprehensive sup'''t of tIle state board of health :Mlmnl\ I extension on t lln< 1':11..1: l ('..iist! I :Mr i i I 1.111 I hilI i I Wymnn. head, of
ower electrification progra:'i beIn Starko January 20th --S-P nf Florida mid tlu. Kurt OgdcnKtii'l u : the I Southern u Forest. lOxperlmentSlatlun
ver -undertaken by any Him.' 21nt, according to an tncaitr I ". w. T =lU=)y r r-="- _- :\\IYI" '"' :Naples; .,,1"11,11111 onto I i at I Starko. who bus boon I In

'om puny In a single!; year In to make II survey of the f t-* VC I the \Ycxt. ('nitsi ,1iti tuliry r. K. Washington' during'" tho past .several -

Ingle state In the Union. a In regards, to better sanitumetlods. brings I In I tin' front I i the l iii.irk-, I weeks writes i Ins Telegraph

This great program Involved 1. Working with town able progress which has bet''11 made, that' I through tlio, ahlo Torts$ of .
xpendlture of $35,000,000 dIIg horltlus, steps will bo taken to by t this railroad, tdn.,> Its 1..1111'11. Soiiutor Fletcher I hue departmentof -

the year 1926, In addition ainat all privies. on streets. to Its ilu- ilt'I-s fioni" reilerul control, iigrlcult. lii'.- roprlallon. I bill t the\ Mouio-
: 10,000Out during the prevk,'ylnj sewer lines, and In ter- III t 1\211.\ him lieen nnionded\ I to i Include') aniiddlllnniil > a big \\'lIrovinter -
ear. rles'' not served, by sewers a Tbu marked i IIICIIMSO I In gronH $111,000 I for naval stores

Reducing this vast tonnagtnaterlnl 9 of )),rlvy rcu'oniniended< by the I r<'\enin> from $ I 12.s:! t I i.!9:1:1: : In liiL'tto roscardi work. Tlio bill as it now
Into carloads It wo .e board ot health will be used. iii Ii j.111111.111111. in I II! 2.1.. !'it:1! :! percent stuud-t /goes I to a cnnfcreiicn commlttei -
-- I I I to reconcile I dirferenctis I in
t quIre 19,250 cars of 40 ton shows how rnplilly\ 1 this rnti "
,uclty to transport the mater IHT! NLMiuit; : HInits, : : ro.id mid tho territory I trnvorsi'dlias ,I Hit. ) nionsurii ax adopted, bv tho
r a string of cam 219 miles It"I i \KI: SKI".KIN: *; nun-: I respiindcd i to I lieu ]irogesnh somite. tel h"II"o.Ir.: \Vy imian

t the enormous", amount of moxpended I'' -- policy of 1'1. I Dn\les Warlli-ld' its slated t I should. i tb" bouso ratify I i tbu
were In silver, it we l al1aIIRHllce.. Jan 7.---That the clnilrninn and presldont, amemlmeiit, (hero will bo available s>*? V
inquire a train of 52 cars to h latest number ot hunters In the Tlio year J 11)21!) :! wax t the. jour of I II | 22.HIM( ) for, naval stores. research -

t. toryjof( the stati> ire seeking .- ---V-- __ ( lie, shop crafts si ri is... Iho I scttinmen i at tlio I Southern Forest I'x\: \>,'rllll""t

ot the l rlda gamo thin soar, and that t--i-w .- i I of which uas efTected' largely Stiitlon hern uhlth would I, permit
During the period B I -
operation and suppir', In en- V I through I tin1 work performedb a cniiHldernbln, ) expansion of work:
ner, the months Florida there Power were &enga LI cement ot the g.mn law are V @t.n.if, 1 1lIIllIffl( { =:1 :t':3 \ i iy' :Mr. "',,,'n..I.1. who secured, 1 tliocooperation and permit. I Iho" employment. ot seve -

j, and Us contractor, ,ng extended" was n'purted to of HID I laic ,\. 11 Smith 1'111 I additional, I I I people at tho
ompany --
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mmUsiotu-r J. B. lin.uill of the -- --- I I presldont <>f the- Now York I Cen Slnrlio brunch.Mr .

hoentx Utility company, over "te game depurtnneiit .it a moet-, lal Assiiclutlon. I t I I 11'111.111I.1 D.inlel; 'ttVhl imtt'ii, president Wyiiuin's business'" I In Washington ......
employes with an uggresuyroll Atlanta Ga.! Jan. 10..There
(UO doll ': held here with tw.-l fc dlHlrlct" :Mr. Haverty stated, that '' of the, llalllinoro. .t" Olilo riillriiinl, I ; will I I b I bt completed. duringtlm / ,
of over a million hits now been removed from Stone
month. put tommlssloners.* Mountain In the carving of the ,,),..rllllon, consisting In th I I 1 when I tbi I Railway lOxeculIves': AsHixlatlon I inmliig I week. mid. be. expectstn

> The gutherlng took pla'e for the Confederate Memorial, a total al of ...1I1 peril ill)ii ii 5!0 tie, I I I representing" i I the. railroads return lo Sluiko with bis family
These facts will enable one rpose of dlHciiHHlng IMd\ Irob-, great /flnlslipd.., and I that t the I : I I I ]\ '' liail failed, I to reach a settlement. within I tho next I two weeks
artlally visualize the slU pond.' of 400.11J10<> < > cubic feet of granite -.- ._- .
as.' according to a progress report out of the figures tit <1 '1'\IiS COST sun:
undertaking of the Florida Po'Reports regarding, I th* great which will be I I I'leslilentVnrlleld. Will required I :
chairman \ horses
just issued by J. J. Haverty, -
i Light company.In imber of hunters out fir' game( of the construction committee operation! will i'ommI .. t I t to i meet and overcome" mnll) ii dllllcnl I I Tallahassee I Jan. I 10.- Florida's

a recent Interview with are Deceived l from the /Ilt'd and of time Stone Mountain Menmor.H.IILItJN latter purt\ : of January. problems I In lirlnglng I I Ibo Keiiboard HIII'I.lyu, | | uf 1 11)27) motor I u veblclu" I tugs,
'. Estill, general superintend are bucked up by Ilium1\ from railway I I lo i Its t prcHent' t position IJ/lllllflldllr..1) at I tho slit te'ts tag

,I fthe Florida Power & Light cuny <(unty ludges on the sale of II-\ : : : from the condlllnn III ,.hld b, II plant, at I tho It a I torch. Stain "Farm
> your representative was .>nse.Bvldonce; : TO I.'I"IITC'T'I'I. 1.\It.a: \I.I.KJ\TOII : : : was. returned from federal I control ('III1L III,71'i.2'i:: Comptroller. Kr-:
"irmed that two mammoth e'': that the game nw Is ..: 1'KVKItXVIII : TH'IiS .\T KKYHTONK: : : I I In 1 1920! und from, I the .elTeitsof nest\< Amos 'iintiouiiced" that his. du- '# 'V,4st3

tic generating stations, one !lug enforced l was shown la a : \ the. shop cruftH Hlrlke III t 1922.! purl' liient bud been billed for Hint
u the Everglades near Fort L,bulatlon of vases of that n.lure \ lie .\.1.1 l lcil to I'li.rl.hi Ti-rrl- A huge.,; alligator\I i I I That t they wore mot Is uvldencetl. I iiiiiount' by I thu hoard, of ('''l1\ml..-

iml twelve feet from tip to ] <1 by t Hit) remarkable results I attained I I sloneis, of si all lilHlll ill Ions.Tlie .

'sanford: on the St. Johns rt Ig .which 279 were carried Into I'roKrnni killed In Smith Lake on I not by I tlio rallrtmd. uloiio but charge wus I hit sumo. us\ that

":, have been practically complti)>urt convlctloni! were obtanedL ('ove Springs-Keystone week\ two also I he. territory It serves.Ttiiii I ImiioHod, lust )-oar\ by Maryland 1.
last
by
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and under low pressure operui" L 230 of them; 8'nl'nrp us- Ttm1Iahtusee Jan. 10.-Hamilton rest Heights. i I I I ; -ht'H nil I'ortN when i Hint Hlalii, luadti Florida's

(for tht past /fifteen days; and I sndcd In eight' ; forlyone'ere county Is to be added to the tick from Keystone \ Tim Souboiird, rn II WII y roaches' b 1I2! :! > I III""gus' I I'mler mi agreement
was
The mounter
the entire high-voltage system laced tinder bond nnd eight.,; 'Is- eradication program of 1927, r>r. I : nil of tlio Important South Atlantic hetueell I tho comptroller's. \ olllcoanil

tcmim.\ from St. Augustine,,; tin' ilsaod, .. In a nuijority ot he J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian, Ing midst on of a a !growth tal or nUlIIIl of "< I polls' nnd\ most of I the. Impoiliinl t the,, board. tho contract, I this ,
the B".I i Coast of Florida)( to aae/l./ It wns lAWed' Ones and cuts( announced.This ) )"111'. culling, for 52 I 1.(1(10()( tags wits k" i
lOtlwnrd. Iretzlor; of ( gulf ports.; II I rn verses' asection
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ami jii. I across country at a 1'l tough not ,''f J\1t1l111.\) were lao: was decided, after' representative by Mini, of I of I the. soul\lii.utsiu-ttl lerrl- II 1II .1"11. upon t tlio same basis as ml sometimes
and (; '
eorl'e(
nun "r'cirt Pieive via OkcechMl aougli to entry Kith them I tlin hrenilon cattle owners of Hamilton i Hint of List, year.mil. '
The two hunters loivlilch Is SIIMI-enl' Ihle' of it realdi I I'I on skis cuingJ
l \\rrndla to PUllt.l.. CJoji tluit, Florida' Intends o county had appeared, before the Heights. ;i; veloinneiit.: ;; ;; ; : The: 'torrllory ;
two days
I tho big, gator ; 'I III addition. I Ihlrly-lwo truck I
".'I.' i .it connects with I b Ighvo Iii,,nforcc thf iwr.r, the )protocllttfits I Live. Stock Sanitary !Hoard .
State when" lulling( I thn sit nip .1 i bv I this ,rnllrond has only\ HI'v-1 inib'H of Korvlcenblo released, K'i! "
: II" i\tendtnr( down the Ml \wild life. at Jacksonvillewith: a petition' .IU<'1H., 'I'wo light ,' I \ i-llll to, approach' I lln> point of ..1.I nnd 75: pound.. ""',.1 rails wero laid, :
, I Hum I '' I1l'lId"lIlo11" to Fort -------- I signed by over 7i! per cent of I ito thru lit a range, ut I velopment' t II Is ,i'.-ii.i.teil. lo I '.. < "on lirain li lines' releasing. I lighter .
- l I" been I' i.1I uiniuti.in I If .'Jlnll.IlJ': : : >i iI'rI'4ii : asking that I that section I I lit'u'ulutusnil
i IH in cattle owners !; merely drove I thn I I III I Iho I l'IL'l-1'l-li:: I I; period 1'Il1I. liftv-fonr liacli mllws of
f'f under :: '..nun' \olt- In' Included in the next erniltatlon di n beneath' tho nmuti nil. I I i I -! coiihtrucloil appi\> 'oxlnmloly H.'I'\'I""hl.. rolensetl. stool. rail wern

,, I nino. and on :New; Vnnr's -' \M-ti I in,. ,imioiiiKe' that will:I area.Aa On I Iho second I tllp i i i I I Ii I 1115 milcM of 'new ovteiisloim InFloridi I u->ed I In relaying. I \ yurtl trucks, passIng .
> mire HyMli-m! WUH ('()iIU \ n result of the addition of I I IhroiiKli Hiilmldlnrv 11I1'1I111o' -
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sent 1 I I ; I
the u,'-i- tiit i' f' nt t piMi.tlHts' Ii a.1 propared tli t'ittst'i : I lui.l-i( 1 and/ ml,, \ olt II g.. Wns boosted to here f fi., 'm (;.11 i IIM'-\ ill.,. that IK-XI. I\ .Vinillton\ county, the 1I27! crudl- hndKhul.lll1cl paddling II l i ". lmi'il't Hi-ally cinnpleicd. III ,, twn yearn" H.'JTX:! lineal tact IJ
> >lIb [or toil" IlllnlltUS, Wll week, e >, W ,ill liii 111" t some moet. I'Uiin program Kill he taken In Id within thirty-live ... I I I \ tho close of HI2H.!I 'l'hi.tsu.xtiil- of npeii deck. trestle, auuul1.22, :\!) l''
''iv, i IIr inlshiip' ) These pi' IBRM f..r11'. PIII'II.. i-e" of dlsctisslnitho r ll'\inililn\ : Santa t tlrmn. Oluiloosa sleeping monster fired ", : \ shills Include" tint cross-Floi'l.la. HIIIM! foot of open duck I IrvHtlo '

I .. i cuts" have been inntlo Co sclectlot ni fertilizers to btuii (I NVjton\ the western half of mull the only : I I' 1 Hliort lino. ami, Hit) two oxleimloim have, In' 'on Ililed.linpl : jf jf.l.

'OiL' of usiortalnliig\ IU""I +ALe vurlous cmps' thli I II.men and Hamilton county I", ,,<'d.Tho. I I 'now to ho opened' In \Florid.! also I 'iiteltlentM :Mudt .
"t ""kiLt ioii I')' condition I IP all \pluinos 01 r IAD \Vaknllu] \ Jefferson! 1 Ihiu.lafsttt !gntor; t luriipd I lie ihitit, It usvhi Ii.-I utvu.tuut.uss HUH. S III nddillon to I lie next equip

.' ''II)I stated, that It Is very I r hull' "' ,t> "',iomlcni selection \ Taylor and, Lit fayette.I that was beard across. which gives, I Hit.) Sealioard. I two main! inont, "" '|11111'.1. costing I ; apiiroxliniili .. I ,.
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", II ot conxtriu.lion Is as fi attend Ih"..' mi-, .'tin cs!( nt tluit't I named i tleHl asked the board to have U<.rn an ho faced the (;. I I'eterHliing. In I addition tlio, t'ouslriii-I led, I through 1 subsldarycoiiipunlos II
i I. I..IH was' humanly po..silK u* wo nil I hu v. other plates iliof, BoctloiiH taken in. but the loud nf bu'kMholllll<. I Mio I I I'liii rbnl I.. I Harbor & Northein" railroad will "COH( ,ntiproxlinulely] I

'I'htgreat high-voltage to visit amid would likn to have preset appropriation\ to llnumi' one Into tho region, .>f I I ((1:15 I : miles. ) oxtHiidlng. from" $:!7,7ilOtlii, | ), with olher new .adilllloiiH I
. -\-i I. III overs approxlniuteljOmil. ) nt time the Virk) will not permit It. the I 1Il'lI<1h'y Junitlon, viII Arcadia, mid I
evi-rvoin' lie I there promptly\ ,diverted the attention I I uml bellermonts I I dniiiigtint
commiinitiid st.iteietprlnnrlnn\ said. I I Fort to lloca I Criinde 1 l 1\ its
--ivlng ItS announced.Wi tor to his wounds. and Igdeu I I Il2i-2ti! ) l period uliionntlng I toapiiroxlniatoly !
lit" ". constituting a popiilnt>' places Of |,ie foregoing/ counties., ernil- t leaned. bv the Kpitbiniril. withagreement i I Thesoeii I
.> will ho at he follow Ing: his escape.) I $1 I l.lirOlli I s\ () I) II
owi60ij() people and wlll'nmid. at lliuo givenV'tiii.smluy. : tenth will be completed, this year Ilpfore. the ( \ to puitlntsM' by March. 1 ,, |,ltal I expcndlliiics, aggregnto" up- I

i at 66,000( voltage 1 116 '\ J aim nary I 9. Rosierschool I In K-nmbla, Santa' Rosa Okaloosn.'V'alton could take his huge hal I \ 1I2X.! : The tmliiH, of tlio Seaboard proxlinaloly I I $7l!5,lMMiiliio.) I) Soiuti ort
15th) clay of January. i house at 10 am. : Ilrooker and the western halt t mound, the men fired I I t i run over a I largo juu' II, hum of I butt t Hi" major Inipriiveiiients, mid' hot-

="'"nr Palatka the hlgh-\sa scluinl' hit Ii 140 at 2 \p.m. Thursday of Holies and systematic dipping of heavy buck shot Into C. II. N. In reaching, HIM now ; torments for whlih tlm $11.1150-I 1 \
cable across the St. Johns ronth January 20 Sit jitierhilt schoolhouse begun!; n Ieoll.'akulla.. Jefferson. eyes at close( range.It extension fri,iii Fort Ogdun/: to fifth( expondlliiru was ,mado con-
(. tallest steel cable tow ln "' at I 10 I) a.m.; New Ulverchurili Xillmm, Taylor, Dixie and required the I Fort Myers and Naples. In addition Hlst! of iLiitoinallc i block signals I

tI.... South. These towers U'51 hvusa at 2 p.m.: Lawtey Ilamllta.Iurli men to lift the dead I I the stni'U of II number of coinpleloil, ) .. between., itiu-lu iitouitl.. V'u.. l ..
feet high, carrying four d"9 ( 19 26, Florida spent short" feeder, I HIIOH I aggregating I I N. C. distance (>C
: school house. at 7:30: ( I p.m.Holxrt row boat. It was later ami", I I ll.imlet.I a '
('Ui-tlstlng ot 12 hlgh-voltai1'- F. Ward, $27:1.1: 0.61 on tick eradication, l Keystone. Heights whero i \ I approximately( I I 27I miles I bus boon :LTi.'l: iiillos lieween" Savannah fill.; ,

''n.. cables, spanning the r at t'ounty Agent. and n'Hrdless. of any action ot III that city came to f'I] i : or Is being i acquired' '. I by hue Kcu- anil Jacksonville' l-'l.t.. I IIIO In 11 eni .

till!* point by 1150 feet, > a the Irgls.ture thin year to Increasethe 1II01lsl<.r. Many posed I ( butt ru railway I h ( i'umpleteil' early' III I I'I27)) and hutwoen -

1 I ii. trance at the lowest sap the I'(4' "'i'' .u"ixi's: IIol'lil.T: funn there will be money pictures,, at the sldo of l'iiiliincnt: | | .lf i-u|ii I ru'ui Jut.,'ksonvlllo and Haltlwln
i l les of 167 feet above h tide uvall.tbleo carry out the program: .gator,; over killed In this I < During tlm. period UI2u-l! !920> ; I thoSeiibourd Fl.i. sovnnteeii miles. Tin block;
I I- v-i), admitting any arranged for future work Dr. -.-- Is 'lo Incroiiso -
passage ui'MUlred I new equipmentat I\ sI! g lou I H.VHlem expelled,
'(earner or vessel plIK..lnJolder"Ie' :Mill Lynn assault to murder.' Knapp sat."i. run ('oi.ii "." u cost of approximately\>, $3 2- I truck. capacity :25! per cent ;
wit hdi'iiwii upon) payment Willie uwunneo and Columbia ']'uos<1I1Y and ,v,'< I '
/ Jacksonville] St. Jobi'lver ProHPcutlon 700,1100.) ) ) Hiiabiiuril freight" i arequipment approximately' thli I ty-four ml IDS of
Bridge.Mr. of costs> and! on advise of counties Ive been, tentatively excluded week were the two (' I I turned over tn thn railroad don hie.. rack completed 'between,

Kstlll further stat that State's Attorney" Adklni, : case dismissed l. biaiise of a luck of immediate reported this season by \ i \ udinlnlHlratlon I I at I hut, beginning i ilit .Itla-i. ii. Flu., nnd. Starku, between
he super-power electric erat- and defendant discharged. fUd!!. they may ho takenin weather. station : of federal. lonlrol was only' Wild wood 1 mid, 1 (Coleman and north

ng stations at Suuford an lit In 1 i Kil: 1 :Mo.iney. tiMsaiilt. piinccutlnn by proving tho financing themselves perature oelng 21.5 \ i 11.7I.'r\ cent In bad order. :; Ibis. (if 'i'uu rum|jut ; a largo I number of 10(S SI ,
he coiirt without jiirisdlctlon \ It MS stated. Wednesday's' being b I I t I
Everglades cost over 000- I withdrawn, equipment I\> was returned' at the end nr passing, I tracks have been Installed
IOU to construct and tha''' ul" antI, ,defeml.tnt. discharged. WitshlngUi Is watching: with in- the Instrument .. I of federal control, I In approximately which will later becoinuIntegral .
mute combined power. ge'ating Sarah OlbHon recklessly. operating terent the levelopment of suih' l.-ukHonville reported 2 ( I 4U' p.'r cent biii order.. At t lit.. parts. of u double trucksystem.

apaclty of these two jit 'la auto on Mate highway $15 work In Flrlda, H.V.. Dunlap Tuesday, while (; 1 present time t lie, liad. order. pur-, ; Interlocking plants anti

!'35,000 horsepower. ThtP'antsire 1 bond forfeited. assistant seiftary of the United perature for the same i! C ;'fiitagi, ) '' ) of HIM company's\> freight! '..,diminution nf grade, crossings have .
augmented hv M..ml.r-DoW- fly-dc. Brown, larceny by trickery Status depamient of agriculturetold ...''dU.dd".... ...-. ,' ars on I line Is. 'approximately I it'r saved. I tlino III I train movement anjnmtlons
I r 'generatlng'st t ;; a1Au- Case set Jan. 25th. the boai" at the Jacksonville Several local citizens ) ent, tutu bad' order\ pcnentuicu, of and! crossings ; thin

Ltutine, Daytona Beat "'-ellt teorgeVtllcInson\( reckless meeting. Te government, he their thermometers locomotives Is 13 per cent of <;sM-Calbihan cut-off near Jacksonville

'alm Beach, Miami an M'1"1lleach driving and! .driving without lights.. said, stands eady to cooperatewith degrees Wednesday, which 5 per' cent ru'iulre, minor' ; Vuiritcutoff near Tampa .1'I'
on the east coast' Flor- Cane set, Jan. 25th. Florida D every way possi weather report .. ( running repairs. only. Approximately ; cut-off at Savannah save '

da and by Bradenton, irasota Frank Strange, obtaining money ble.Mr. week by the Telegraph 87.7 per cent of Seaboard through passenger und freight
. '.nta Qorda and Fort y C5 on under fiilne pretense. Dunlap, former resident ot 1 ed us. by the frigtutarts on band at the i'losoof train tlmo and expense by shortening t tII

'*I Vest Coast, so that iatd event Florida havln. been In charge of | Experiment Station In 1I20! ara either now or rebuilt mileage; relaying of heavier ,

any one plant beIng H!royed4babled When' questioned. regarding the live stock Inteists of Clay coun- they are equipped : within tin past}/ few years, conslderud rail ; ballast decking ami Improving
all the other n will 'outlook for 1927, Mr. Estill stated ty, stated that ho had no doubt Instruments", furnished b 1 : >> an excellent equipment .Hitnation. trestles. \ ;; englna terminals;

'. try I the energy load I : "Never la the history of Florida that under tic free conditions, ernment. : The average tractive power yard. shop coaling. Icing und water -
.The e"peodlturel ( year has the outlook for future permanent Florida will adanco rapidly as a KOM S ( per locnmotlvn has I Increasedduring facilities and other Improvements I'r
IUI.t\S.:1I: : .
the
1926 are apportioned ..tI11!mateBe building and prosperity, i dairying state, eliminating the 1 1121.1/211! !! 1 period from; have resulted. In substantial
follows: I beau better1 than at thin. time. necessity for Iniortlng products L'nder a writ granted, approximately, 32xI10 39,700, operating I economies. Large ox-

,'or electric geneljatl ,litions.ijj7,00O0) Florida has withstood the reaction tie expressed th belief that the Long made or 21 per cent.In pondltures have been. mado for en-*
. ; for b- ..llaKe of 1H26 and has emerged Into the beef cattle] Indutry should also Judge Adklns, January l'J21: thin operating ratio of glue, terminals/ shops. yard und '

'11l1l1mlsslon lines $4jS.)0.00' ; year 1927 on a stronger and mucli be greatly levelpod under tick France local attorney this Sou/ board, was 14th.' 12 whereas III other facilities which have been oram II,I .

electric sub-statioi4 and IludlIno firmer/ foundation than at anytime free conditions. S with operating a I ( 1U2H! It dropped, to 7t: .till!I wlilln expenditures being located. at [Iluldwln !!
$ $2.2J12OOO.00 lectrlcI.Irlbution in its history. It Is my personal V while under the ( were Increased snub \.I1lwoo.1 and Indlautown ( Flu) ; r
; K.XAM: Jolt J IHJTM.tMTKK: !! :
sYlltem .,6 7.000.- opinion that nothing can stop was ordered released I year for aggregate maintenance nt the latter point extensive dl-

. for private telephjme ; 1 d 1 IIIK- Florida from forging ahead, in the I -j;;: Judge Adklns ruling I Since federal control the company visional headquarters. are IelogtstutlIiiclttut ; .
If U. S. Civil examination .
II system between el trl, plants future ax It has In the past. rant did not show has greatly Improved Its (' ,,
In La4 within
held
IIOOOO.OO) : for c..1 J,neOIlS \ all the states north of us are proaperiMis. will be fll City .law.. roadway, laying heavier rail ballast The number of tons carried: have I
few weeks to the positionof
we wish them pros.I a trestles than doubled the ,
'tructlon and auxHar, e'llllp'ntll. anti of I postmaster at Ne River. Applications decking and filling morn during ,
" 2,494.000.01, gas {I perlty the Inoreaaed allotment will be tcelved until '. with treated bridge material and! 1921-192'S period. The average '. I

:ants and equlpmer. 13.344-' Inventors. builders and Industry the Jan. 26th by the clrlhervlce commission The Chamber treated ties, the plating etc.. its number of revenue tons per train : I II II
0.00 ; for Ice and .ahr plants will come to Florida. while on I roadway and track being. In excelrenl '- .Increased' 33 per cent 1)24!) over
be depression In Washing and the merce meets I
should .
d 2.S8f'0.00.' other band. If there condition. In the year 1921.!I Passenger revenues Increased
equipments. the data of examination "ll be stated ) I
These expenditures! are In ad- and hard times In all Thursday night l'25-192B! : 3i,4' miles. of new 100) approximately 2 I per, cent ,
cords
of admission lien applicants. ,
class on
tlon to the cost of hfquliltlon of Northern smites another Florida because Forms for making apphatlon may City Hall. Every I pound and !I'j)< pound steel rail and 192U over 1921! with grosi revenue }
cal that people wll come to sixty miles jf now ninety and sev of $67,000,000. for 1924 December
light and )lowe pl.mta be secured from the I'stolDce' at is I l I
economic advantages, of the town l .
ive come Into what Ill>'. Eatillrms ot her from the ,'ntylive1111111'1\ steel rail, a total estimated and net revenue I
New RIver or ,iyl Service
the Florida Po* r &: Light' so that through adversity or prosperity Commission, Wasbtgton D. to be present. 8 :. of 121 I track, miles, were laid on before adjustment! bond. Interest .' j
destined to expand I
' .pany. "Sunshine Service; Famy ,develop Florida and Is prosper." C. : !. I the main line, releasing the lighter approximately $4,400,000.,




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jolted th. croup.. Extry 1' '
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t: Much "Tes; my deter" mpplle lite >
7o Efficiency elder girl i $ &

The str"n er took. step forward .. ..
*" and presented a small bit of pistebf *

-)' By E.J.I:: Rain >nr their bends ,rlose together read: I
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I' BEGIN HERE TODVY he appearcd through the | Th>-n they looked l u!r' at the!
, XV IinOOKK hardwareMlnitnjilfl IForacn wnn "till standing In.. HiidMKcr' llu wan unfnldinic, a di,. "tl i I I
.rOUM rortl"r".1
\ *, h.. left the . '; .traete Irnvlnur, fc" lanttl. n runlrtirl lohnv mansionwas ."
The library of the Itroolio lartpled t-enl The Htranser began
M kouarteolil uiirrnlril by .' .
,j t the n very large room, nearly half of to read, ,. f. ,
.'1 P.rONOMY AM KFFH IK>CY. the width cf the house and more '1. John W. fliooke, during the! I r" ,
, I. IIKPOII. \""l renulrr.<>". I.IMI' rr the:It. com.i ', hrnifrermrnt than hAlf Its depth It wns a real per'lud of my nhnenre, from home. do : ,,,..t. ti.-... ....t" ... ": 11
the Jlrnoke boiint- library: that In, It contained books hereby ni>i""lnl and constitute an : \ ;:: :1\\ ,
to place : :
li.my : : I : :: :: '
hold on a thoroughly' l.iiMln*.... Two pacs maul the doorway the bend of mv domestic household l one : J
like find .In..I.... h... .. beforeIlio Wranner paused and glanced alertly Henry lledRe< the bearer of (hledocument : ":J1. :,
t. rvtnr nt 1I."k.0.:; 1tare about him. I upon" whom I confer full : : ::: :: ::: : t.' ,
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;, llrooke' httimrliold' are war 'e' ... .
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that I.W iiithorltv to manage said householdin < ( :: .t ::::
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oC the tvrm Off In tha for corner sine a young
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I GO ON WITH Tim STllltlrilJID man yawning over a newspxipcr In every reapers to care fur It. S'r"n" "" ... .__ ..... .
". ,the embratnre of a ,,,In.10wVRII a lalt.t.. guard It. and, In ev,*ry manner 1 j J. .-....... ....1. .....' ,
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decp-lonoil dork In the rnI half grown girl, staring' Idly down at provide for Its nel'.llIlIn,1 Its .security 1-: '" I...., ---_ .i,
a I trance.hnll of the Dror!, mnn the lawn Near; the renter of the I dn drsliinnto! the snld Henry ]ledge, ; ; :I :- ..::: '21: ::;:
slon Inched ono minute of I room directly: In front of thvisitor is ,th" personnl nunrdlnn of my rhll- ( .....0\--\ : "" -
Buvn. Horace the butler had *at a ?nine wonian rir,.;i's_ly turn Iron. AIlllnm \V, Constance T.. and 1 t:1.::I IJ1r
taken his stnml In front of It. w"i1.',h Ins the r,ft*,es "r" n).Ig.irinellelli All e. and I canter upon hint during ''', 1 ......,. '_.
iI Inithe grp'.t minutrhand' -i'\ \ \ 1'u- ...11.1.Ih"lIt\ I initisenre.. till such authority n* [ ; -_'
t along the met *I'A > if It? ,. .... t L .
1\.ly !;i l looking tip J j isl t a sr. ond.1nd I III I 'IVINV jus 'H'.nlnlIh..m.. I hereby ; .
hourly Journey I're that lnarrrv. kiss'. 'NI 'hii .p my Mild, hlldtcn to obey the i f } ;: '''iII'Of' t Ire .
nits complotcd the mantelof the | t: ( II ,
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t i household would be ringing..: at the : .,,-.;.,..,ltc"be; "%!:. \.If.-"I- 1.' "Ik, ''''' .

+ doiii, prohnhly when fifteen aecerelaer ;.1:' .*'" .
4 he hour remained For Mr E fry | 'f,;, -'
j 1 hti-ir <.. c1 l.i <>ke, being 11 punctual ; ,
mm, was an equally pun loaf : : ::;" ..::1.f': il(: '
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If bought a la Bucharest ; ., :'l;
you paper .
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faint !I' of :
There was a exprr n :
f capital of Rumania this 4 L S ;" SAiitpfjEfcikti.; : .!,h '_ I
l pntdexlly i : and dlHiipponltiti. on 'the : ''i- ., ; ;
of .,
the kind a newsboy-or I.f'
t Tij'My countenince of Horace I h*'n It ;: : .... '"............ '.. tft
Dew.glrl-that you'd get
there come. a sharp ring at the Iwl1. i
.\i"' h fully forty.flvo. acroncl of the I This young lady was I I
b h'''ir rcmnlnln The butler n..ncflfi as she sold papers : : : tile Sw 1 Ihe rear; Water Tower with
y tothlnpf un 'HHiiil The mtutor wi* I King Fe rdl and'g serious Illness < > !holdli :illons for drlnkhiK purpoHOs; i

htla ah.,, ad of lime, nlo there \\nit n note II o \ I ( In boll ce Fuel Oil Tank with a ca-
),r ,impatience. In hit ring. Horace I i I < :: \ I ,.., llollev. nnected with nn oil storage
1111"1'.SI'QI'.t Ml'I.III'UII'I.I'TIII / :\ (;
w' nt to the door with an !'ndefinnblc* I bulldln of unusual! design known as
( ; i : \r Kri'; \' :
t ti" i ]ldutlon or nplt'It, ,
;II It watt not John "'. Brooke who -- --- ..
l st ,,Jil in tho yo Uhula. Ieystone I Ilelght'. .iltnFlorlila 1. I ; ; : : ';\T!
q' I much The ('limitation- of Keystone '
The ringer of the hell was n
younger penicn lo! glanced. nt ,thi- i Heights hall runt|ploted' 1

butler shniply., then motioned to a on Its inn I a hulldliiK, (' (' > !

x largo grip that rested brKldo. him. t lo house tlio ('hnutiiii'iiin proI ,
Y he said briefly. "Take It of the '
:Mine I KliiniH I mission :
k qi. In plenHu." February G. /

4 .inmeillntcly ho. nKppod! past the I \\urkiniMi are ptitllnu the fin.inhliiK \ /

at J hutler and entered the llioolie man tniiilifH on the 111111<11111 i'J i

h bill slatted months ntro. The Htinrture < 'I
I Ilornco momentarily forgot I them finished In white Bttiroo -_

4h :anger In hH contemplation of Ihotup. I with n green. shingled l roof,
Bomchow the grip seemed permystery
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on the elopes overlooking .
to the
niloua. It Blunlflxl .
batten' lie took n stop foiwanl The CieiievaSciitln.
llrooke. llmotiBlne wna not at the from four to nix hundred ;

? curb. This woe another cxtrioidl. the but IIding Ix intended, lo (
nary thlnir- Nor was there the toast spnil-perninnent and will

h I sign of Mr. Brooke, who should at I hanged with tile KIOWIIIK .. r
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r that Instant according! ...tAbllah..d0".1er. of the ChnutaiKiuu Ample ..
have been slnnillnn, In front oft and f aar
comfortable '
5 tieaU (OKI
I the butler snylntf "Good evening,, I
t with Muse dre..lrtl"OllntS! ( .
J' iraco.
(IL Q other conveniences urn Included)
h t With n gaMp that "'0' only half I ''II'I ) '
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J the building I 1
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b', r .>premed. Ilornco turned nulrklv A'
end, entered tho houno. rl..klrllr l tipI It Is the first of several litilld- .i.... -d.
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no grip no ho did no. Tho bug was "Hello !)ruddy/ just a secomi (tilt! I'll kin you. Inll" to be erected by the Cluititauqua .1,.. -;-
"-"vy and evidently well niloil It will bo used, fin .. '" ,":" '--''' /'.'

The stranger wnlf atnn' .ling In the "Very good" ....1.1 l the 11'.nll''r. I .sild Henry Heeler. In all thlnos' and that time on February 6 when tho .:'

I II, oont'mplntlniT with pliln lli.. Con"It lice Hrooke! leaped fiom her lo award< to him that respect to first cession of lie( perm.iiieiU nsHembly
f vor a knight In armor or, rather chair with a cry of ,dlsmnv' and, ron. I which he. ns their iniar'llnn Is I by of the Florida Cliaiitamiuu ,
44 a ult of armor that hnd no knldht fronted< a man whom Mie hud never 1 right! entitled\ And ] do charge my opens. I \
I 4 within. ,JIo turned on MoriK-e np I efore I beheld. The young man rim* i RIM' mtits. now Jn my employ! 01 who The / I' ., .
I rimiitauiiu.i" IK oll.TlnK
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Y1k; I '>red. out of the far corner, tosvtrl hl.new.paper mnh'leifl'i) n.' In my nnploto i
T Wher9 arc the thlMnn'; henn !i aside and ,' I I i.., tulnment nnd <>(lui-iitl\ iiinl I ll .. ,
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:vAd.Tloracs. i i by the aide of hH .If'r rii li'! IMttto ?' nia | mi. in shall bo of fore I I
lV utni-ocl. The. jmlllnrlty of.., window turned and eland"I I ,mil' i II'L' And I dtUaro that this Si-siionH will be held, three ,air ,..R,
q I 1 document sad Its possession, by the limes a day.PN .
I -I thought were I
tho quNHon jolted him. He did not you my I
said Henry Ilcdtfu" shall constituteI
slnmmcied Constance. her
tether,
1 'A\v thin person who it-!ked for "tho I '
I I ninT nmplo w.irrant' of authoritytor I
r''>lldren" but hot dill know that he cheeks, rvdMill I
p him 1 have shove
to
net .is
\. n nn utter lianci III the I Urookr repre8entatlvi," said thKtnnpcr { hlllI.1 POINTERS[
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i nnlon. with n slight how. .
"W/cned/ ) JOHN \v PROOM" -
Sir tlrooke la not at homo yet "Ills rep- Isn't he ht-re' Didn't / ..- -
f '* he come home with you?" Tho thrvp Ilinoke ihlldien.pok'" I I -
Certainly not. lie. won't be "No; ho didn't come home w Ith 11\". not n word They ..III'ply' stand itHenry Government: ran a speakeasy In'New :
lie H not coming; home" I l"diro, IIM though faa i ,nnt- 01 I York to set evidence on rumrunners '
) V icro ate tho children "Ilo's nun !" by "'>nil' xti" intrxpeclncli' H" | Oot the evidence i but :
'he stranger whipped off hl. overr "Not At nil. II!" H well III ex turned, the faro of ()he r -. and handod that rniinnt, to. plain. Pit down. llerc'a my card" them and 1 exhlilted' ti" holilslf l operation Is lure a
her with his hit to Hornro, who ,
There wan Rnmethlnec! brusque as nntiiro they knew so well Therewas bloomer" I II
Iv I II.
i I' lveil them mechanically. after the I Ii well as brisk nbout the stranger lie( nn mHtnktnR ("hi' hiutlwiiting, of I .
}' i I.. Ion, of r.n excellent norvnnt Yrt Ii' I It talked as one with authority .\n air John W Itrooke.'ac, .,telp: th v oh Mno-liii-h; rtno, Ciill paralyzed :'
t I" butler for nil his outward calm, | of complete confidence fitted him as s-r\ed the mimes cf, two prisonsdesiirri.iti I liiitllu" In Ohio illy. Wonder' how
w \a\ tin oerltntcd person Mr. 1 1I ',d and third : .' """ .
snugjy as his well cut clothea llii as wltncs' a n ilh.it. sounds: to people In Medicine :
'' ooka "' not h"l thorn? Hxtra- .. I
: would
voice was'by no moans, unplenenntget namevhlrh was that' of n n ''tnrvIlut ll.it.
+t I culinary I Yes, oven ominous. Suchn I it had a certain rinK of comnnnd the thing tint riveted their I e e I
?i -4 thing had never happened before thai w'n.. not grateful to the glances vis the """nt s'nl. It stared :I lasso James' cousin I li wHo off I
W.uro was ho? ear. out lit them ri"in 11,.. white ixijwrlike agent.Ve'ye
j "loraco mvoluntnrllv glanced: down I Alice. Constance Hrooke!, I belle nn nnhllnklrg. menacing rd southern known' of prohibition bootleBKeia that must:
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t' I ". d at tho grip;' which; he still c'lr'rh ) >e?" Inquired tho ittrunger, as heproduced eye 'IJ Jon ..rliiK ai tlKin" bo Jesso. own brolhom.. 1
e ,il. It was HtraiiR l ly he-ivy CoujdIt ) his "ofll.o.! :Mr Hrdfte prodticiU another docu, a e e / char 0 ;

2 I It .flu. possible that his mamor Oh. I II J "Yes-cerln l1ly." mrV of a lens thientitling, aspect, Ameilcnn sallom landed In' ] our HRS

licrrors' no! "Mr. .William Brooke?" aIRII<'Io" and 'h'/" he! 'lso rend In 'cftltn but :Nicaragua; but the mnrinos'llprobably
t The children lOre In the library.I nt the young mnn tr'M.'o I""O! net nil I the credit. i // I HAITI' In 0 .
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lr. -to the rlulit. That person no,1 0" I The stranger whevlod and walked "And Miss Alice?" continued "!'@ aC\r': t'H I'll-IIi' ledge >.nr*
q' 'i, kly Jn the given dli-cctlon. As "'Kirnnerer with a nod In tho dlrec:tun '


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J FRIDAY JANUARY 14:, 1927 BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.KGRAPH. STAHKG, FLORIDA 3'.101: TUJtKn
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TIIK: I'KOI'I.K: : OF 'I.unllt\ Iced of 11126 dlHclonod another" ilnellne. 'When
Quake Shook the Border
t New of Florida In Short Paragraph News From | bill offlolaN' of th. tlepnrt-
f
r' Following is the Now Yei., :.(sinettHuge ''inetit predlrt' an upward alioot by

of Hovol'norIlIrtin: to the 1 Si I''I.' u lieu tho recppt| for mo-

people. of Florida: State Capital ,ilor veil IrkHipunt* tags came. In. .

"On the threshold of 1927. let On llpoember 31. the balanoe WIIH

Live State NewsTOLD I II us stop a moment and determine $1 1.1 ol.c,7i'il.: :! ( ooiupured\, with

I what should. be worth while for, 12.oriT.07a.SS:! :!! on Xo\emlier ::111)
I'M tin IUISSIT. Kl.i: .11111'is iy 10.1 ( .-
i Florida' the next 12 months and ., '
'hat, tin1, xtiilu ol H'loiiil.i. 114| ion- ':, Th divreafp. It nun gbov, II, was
I | how wo inay'beHt take advantage due In large xppndltiirmi In ruad-,
'i>"111,10 xufo from tin' rovgcs of "
uf the triumphs and misfortunes. bnllilliiK work. .1 Ar as 1 1t
IlIl>ur11..818'Iill eldraal'' l with l
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BY OUR EXCHANGES I that We have BOIIO through to- .
e e ei
the of tin
Belhor.. ri'purt' situ a hoard ot. '"
health I that only Out!) di-titliti worertvordid i i' With.i l i'ontrai-t8 for road work l li

Iir <- "---.-.--,_._.___._,_.__._.__-,_ _.__ '..b 1 man' "Nature could, has di'Mire,given Ito us we all must Hint { from tie, um< In 1 111:11.:: goal i bout u million and thropilinirtrrB ..
v 'Plurliln' Htnud plcxi-ntli ( dollnrx I already l let to I
nmuiiR open'the '
Tampa. Jn w. 7.-President 8. (1alllu4I.lI1o.-JIIIlg.. A. V. L.OIIK work IntelllppntbY 1 nil. harinon-
,dill for nln, Maryland, MUslBMlppl.; \ '' I >'enr 1)27.!) and hldx linked, onotlnr
I',' IJllvl.,8'lu.n'III of the SeaboardAir left here for Miami to presideJul i 1"1181)! or the weeds will oul-Kfint
;Siiiil'i; C Ciii'olliui.( Iiitllnna. :New; ,1 yr > projeotH liivolvlnit nil o\-:
Linn railway, nerompanli' by ndy with .Indco JelTeruon II.Iliowno and Htniitlier the IIIKIas In a "',- J t d '
v, W.iHhlnBton, Illinois, Pennuhunli peiiilltnre" of two million mere, theprodlotlon $ .. f I
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several hiuulrnil(1 bunkers and I iilhor K''i'ted' M7 AyJlt N +
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of Key West, over thoterra garden I\\ouhlll.k that, 9t i t n4t
of l it fllntu yr
1 Coniiti I 'Hi I I ut, Dolaw" Itn.id !110'
special! guests rl'piePull t1..' mcordtiK '- of circuit, court which porn we forget/ small Jealousies! t the t 11 rI 1. :
u.1 I i Ii; hoila( Islund In deaths from purlmonl that upward, of 'till.. + .
tot'wHI.nlJl'r' mfti. tlw percent In Miami on Monday. Judge A. J. ling of one section of tho stole

nI' tin. llnancla) |,owtr
ti tad Stuti-H, traveled through over the l local term of court, also may be ever HO powerful! no 1 iilln.. one.I .

oaths, ( Florida P'lvtulIIv, to opening on ,T nnuarY 10, will 111'1'lvA hilt nnli-HH I they pull In tho mime TinFlorida Ral 1 1 road Cumm'Hs'oii i I i I The projeclH which :
.. on cunlniil-
F'"rlI! Is and N'nplt'H.here In thin city this afternoon. .dlieitloii 1 Ihev not nowhere. f f"Let l now has It" H,,,I i-npd t''11111'11I'11 ",',' 7 y
were 1'I nib lot 1 lire I In tell eoiiiiillt" h '
first 11 romonloi were held' In connection a UH pill out of mind Iii u dlsI I In 2t1> I"III'II* A. S. Wcllx. tonini ,,- 1 I: I ". They, 'Oll.'t.l. of nenrly !II> :, :' I ,: ; l l li 1" w1'r..
with the opening "f tho Tiimpu.Little lifters of tile paM few. months, but s.iim-r'' from" TnllnliftiiHeit.\ i-lr I-I J11N S
Mil: mil Mil. ". 1 fi- 11111,'" of linrdrinrfncliiK nod ln4'purnliuu "
new jMeiiHlun of the Suiilmiird mnnlhs-otd do not foi'Kel the tow unfortu- ....11" that 11"110 .stli'i'Hi'd! l It, LlfdHOII -1
daughter of Mr. fur and i
anilMrs. p.ivliiK/ over n I h t + :
from I run I Onden to Fort AI)'crx mite vli'tlms They ore our pi-ople IHirr' of Miami whrn tho ;
A. T. :Miles
of \IVeta. was apparently thoilxnnd feet of ciinrrelc" tad 4a
and CI'OI11VCht Palm Hearh to Mi nmic tho worse today after and must i lie lured! [(U'. I would '''
ami. having nearly drownoit e pei-lnlly. appcul' to tha luv.iulu'i.. J. IP ;)."!'irni.fttl.( ,1 I ;.o... o.i..
S tub of water at her home'hlle In a of the Btuto who will mud this. ,; !A.e :..;".ri o,' tie i i>.,.m.MII; >1I sadu.pd were the low 'ulddorKI.eon :

Miami .lun. 7.-- Georgia led playing In the kitchen the your 10 "give KellolIJ( (illlllxlll; tl> tllH, .|, >..fiH! 01' li.e; mill'iliiiwn to and JofTerxon. fiinnllox I)I it .kl ,t
every state In the I'lilon e.\r< Connxel
11'11'1"11110.1. fell! Into the ) wild I I I. ; nuiiiir iii-L-Hi'iili-d ;\/1'/ JIll 1'1'
tub halfNuhnlerge'd )Dnvnl KiiKlneorliiK: .
thin state in c<.cuntrlbtitltiK tho but remember t'imlriii lliiK l- ,
/ your people
she that inn 'with u Mtlvt-r" Hi'rvlri'. IIB u tokenot I
136,286 permanent reHldeliU. of / was found a moment larKor '" ,ooninny.| Juckxonvlllp. I I.:: i
scnuo you are" forming the etiteeni. I The ili\n .
/ of 112 1 ; 1'iiuii i I.I
later i lite
her n ilAod
by mother
iirlhiiiak to the MoxtioCalif
I whoseized
|
tnlloK. lontriict I -
Miami. aurordliiK; to Inures from itronnd work of '' palm $24 II) I I7i.liffcron >
whole
(a .
and
allele a e irni.i 'n.J.: i- Thli showf
tit little girl I what happened ta
'
frantically and a bly wure-
the federlll1111..all\ of the censim not of your peculiar community county concreti1. HKKlxon house at 7i'\lc.tll.] Me\
reeelved from \VunhltiKtou today. ran screaming!: Into the yard.\ One or county. 'l1ll<'rlll ,1l'1'\, k"M wcro hold' for ( ('uustrthtl.1n. ,inmpiinv. I'n' ,

Georgia sent 24.'l 150 pei'soim UH of her neighbors attracted by thnmother's There nover has boon a greater. i'I Frederick, Touln :Mjcrn, 72 u nuniliir u'. )'. !U I mllCH $211,8(1(1.( ( ,
compared with 25,169 reeelved screams, rushed over oppotrunlty( It 'I|[ of the 1"101'1",11111'\ for" over Kxcambl.i: ,'ollllly.1'11.11\ II!:', Wailer -- --- -- ------- --
seems to me, for'
grabbed (he ,child shook her ]i I 50 I
violently who
from every part of Florida.: In the conHtructlve thought and work ji'iifH died after SIR Feting .1. llryxon I'nvliis oitiiipnin.lackHonvtllo. ,

tabulation New York followed by the heels until respirationwas than In Florida now. The coming II I ri'lupHi from n brief IIIII"HK.Ir.: .' 10 union $:.11 !It.HI.I!) ; Getting a Kick Out of Winter

with 8,210 ; Ohio with 5.401 ; Illinois resumed. year should contain a chnlleiiKo/ I J.M I'PI'KVIIH one of IIi u host known' Mi'ldKP over I'..dldq ,ricer. C. II

), 4,660 ; Alabama 1.268 ; S a for nil of us, the challengo of a ,llltorni-yH of I Iii u state. Ilo hadHprvi'd Turner. I'enxiu-ola f2lSJ.sIMilnam :!() .-

. Pennsylvania, 4,053 ; Nevada' was P"nKu'ole.--Ttaro paintings: and i!j young and spirited, state with communities I., n H clerk. of the Pu1N'rmu. t 011111)'. morbeait' oroint. *-" I

last In the list with 12, and New other antiques estimated by collectors to build Government; tn roost nnil, prvKldcnt of flip Ktulesoltttti t', T. 11.\\. kln8. Tnnipii. $::11!, '!
(10 ho worth <, At thu tulle of Ills ikMlh, :221.
Mexico with 45. hundreds! of better, and unused millions of rich I'
aTallahassee. thousands of dollars Wp'I'O' lost in a !lucres to bring under the plow: 'I'otlio i ho wits city and lonnly iitlornoy lioad, 13. Levy, county 'uniillni; i

Jan. 7.-Florida's fire last night which destroyed. ', people of the Stale of Florida here. Ilonne and Wpxter, I'ahilliii. t In "

l treasury bulauee which for the "Hosemont." ante-bellum mansion I wish a happy. and prosperousNew a a mlleM. $2iii.n50.Uond : .
;
past few months lias shown u do- ''overlooking KHcnmhln bay near Year. The state. of Florida. .. plans to I III.: Levy ,comity urnillni'Thotiipxon I !

J ('l 11 no, Is due to shoot nkywurd''I here. The properly was not In JOIIN\\\LIi"ll\: petit loll 1 the Vnlteil. Status Supremo nnil MoHi'U-y. 'TaiiiL!

about March, according; to treasury ,icured.. The nit)nSlon was I the old. Governor." 1'iII lei for a rehearing f In (lie h1hrrlllulrr I 8611.. I 5.33. I

t department olUclalH. Tho announcement |I homo of the late I K.: F. Skinner, -- : ta\ cane.. II ins. learned'In lioad .1.I I'lilm' ""II.h Posit)
I that thu balance hud j one of tho pioneer lumber manu' 1 1.:111.: .'s I l fM'I \l. "'1"11.1\,1': : : / iintliiirltatlve 1 1 I circles 1 hern. The I iM'udiiiK' IukeVoilli l'oll II'III'lion' I ,

dropped nearly. $1.000,000 ut the facturers of this K,. tloll. It WIIH dill >-T. -1+1 MISafoatbly ,''court recently denied, Iho slate1 the I IiH'lil "umI Iu II)'. Lakeorlh.I 110.id I I I.Ml .

close of ISCJO as compared with occupied at the time of the lire financial! ) elati-mi-nt: of Tlrailfonl! '> to lllo< a bill nllacklng' tlii'f' f lioad :2:, lake county, IINIIII|' ||
t' : I w4 ,
by Mrs. F. Thompson >(mil.Ini. tin ;.11 I"iilli. rat Ih-ri-intM.r I:'con Illiiiloniililv of Hie tax law. coin-reto., :Mauley (' e K
the balance on November 30, was i whose collection l lO.'l) I t ''"BII'II' I tlonconipiiny v h' 7'ir

supplemented with f the l prediction! of antique furniture. shin n- Generel Fuada j I e e l.i-iiNbiirK. K: mlli'x
wnre and I paintings was! ,'oIlHIJI..rI'II'one l Itn I. p,-r. 1. L'l..l. 1 111' I 11 I I! f22il.ill.: : !
that the
us soon UH receipts forthe lii-i'i-lplM I tlnrliiK/ inonili. I III I I I I'" (0Iv. JohnV.. Miittln believes III
motor vehicle tugs for 1927 of the most. valuable in then' 1Curru nix ,iliirlnir innnth' loei'it giving; motor vehicle- owners haul, :2!. I.alie county. 1 lr!i, inllox
south. Tim] I 11111.I .I.n I. 19-! 7 ample( l t+
beqln; to come In, a substantial increase nntl'ines had attracted FIn. and Ferfeltnrra Fund Tilil 'il Ioppll'hrldly" to obtain their new liru'a4u 1 !llooih and Company. (liroeii; ( oeSprliiKM. 7 (
hundreds of |' ,; $!Sllil:| () tf
will be shown. Kill. I In-. I I. t 11126 66217' tags Tho xeeiill\o
a a hut all! offers for the "OIIt''lot'H./ li-<'i-lplH itnrliiK' month' "mini Igrupheil Hu Fort I'lerco, ':"It'I.-// hand, IS, small tlniher lirlilncx.Okei .
hud been refused. / WimatiiH. iliirlnir+ inontli l IS'iTMii I ,I ) i bobeu 1111..11'11,11011. i'litnpanv -
Vero Wench Jan. 7.- l Dr. It. \\'. I1 ill. In n. 1, I"''27 711a, : Trlllinn) that us far. as he Is ra f
Road Pand I Okeechobee, $ I Ti, I 1'0.(;
Puprecht chemist from the Florida dlvldiiiilly I'luiccriieil.(' un>'ono nut
I 11111.I...... I, lioad l 1. I.eon. concrete.
11SO! county
experiment station In company Oalnsvllle, Jan. 6.-.A no fence 'Iti-ci-lpts ilnrlnv math 1101 No 2-1 1 lesled< hv ollirers for fill III re to net ; tt ,"""r
: :
1:1 1 miles :Noitnan-l.iuM'i'iiii'. 1"11'a.'o'a
with \V. II. Kvaus, agent<: of Indian law was In effect today In Alchuucounty. Hnl. Jan. I, 1'iL'T l 11 l is Oil their lags ,before JaniMry in. i.i'r ( ,
!I ':lftll.270.. J11'
River county made uu Inspection Ono paragraph in the law Bnlldlnc Pod would, II.. pardoned., The law requires .- .
Mill nee .
1. 1920
upon which fertilizer experiments as drawn up', requiring that the !'tul. Jan 1. I'127' 7611" 511 that I lags ho purchased by I

have been conducted for the past entire county be fenced was Wldo...'. P.n.loa .1.'III1II'y 1. but tin governor Prepare for Accidents
r4
three years. stricken from the statute before it Itnl 1', ". 1. 1II2U G91.1,1!) | pointed' out, using to tho delay In llavalcon hnnif. t

The purpose) of the test Is to went Into effect the supreme court 'iee-elt NViirriiiitH>ts diiilnu d, month' (h INn HiriTH 5u' i HI i ini' sections In getting the IIceiises Liquid BOROZONE Powder
\ "W"f7mon
determine the possibility of sub- having declared It unconstitution Itnl. Jan. I. : aI9.u:;::: 11. | to the agencies; fifteen days Tha Mru>Powerful Antit

muriate of al. Acriealfiire Punditai. of grace would bn entirely III order Iluru
stituting potash for sulphate F..rCutlio Wounds and
!. TIne. 1. ii2n s in,14 \Vlnivr sports era JIIHI UK rood an mi in HUT omn. and anmelIntoslhey'ro
of potash in the growing of KrrnlutH during month Ins 7* I Jru1lot:.. Saki bi a lot more plctuiomiiie This Shows a pally on aids gulag
Jacksonville. \vrarrantfi durlnir' month I 2.ri: 1111 S a i II
citrus trees. If this Is feasible It -Mrs. Cora A. I I
near I.uko
Hal. croHH-cuuntry I'laclil. N. Y.
Jan. I. 19.7! :i2l.7- ,
will mean a saving of about 25 Franz past most worthy grand January. I, ID27. TiillahasHue) In HOIIII to hiivu RII-I

per cent on the cost of fertilizerto matron of the general grand BRADFORD COUNTY \other dally ni'WppaiHT. Annoiinri' ,

the citrus growers. chapter, Order Eastern Star died 'STArK!: OF FLORIDA. infill was mode/ here Ihat thu Klor ,. .. .. U HUqp -:,- -. .
at her home I hcrabr certify. that the foniolnir. atat Ida State Nl'wsl'1I111J1 '' '1
today after thumoniliiK
enter I
e a a a week's ment of th. Receipt and Warrant .
>
Fort Pierce.-St. Lucle Illness from pneumonia sued aicalnit. th. funds of Bradford, Count Held about February 1 I
county'sfirst
for month of July, lugtf. ia true and CIiarleKV.. 1111 II It.1', Htato MiipervlHiir I ij. __ _
..
annual poultry show will beheld e .rroci, to the best of my knowledu and of IndiistrleH ...
and -
"ixilicf. lea'llltor
In Fort Pierce January 25, 261 St. l'elel'shllr/-The/ lives of
O. W. from :Miirlon '
ALDERMAN for
and 27 under! the five Sarasota county n niinihei ;
personal management fishermen Clerk
were saved of the Circuit Court. '
of .
years will hit ,
: of T. C. Qulscnberry. son by W. Orville Hay and four friends Bradford County publisher fwd 1 1i Don't Gamble Wille
I y C. A. KNIGHT. l>. C.CLERK'S III.M'UM I MrO.Post' (: forilll'llv) roll I
of Prof. T. K.: QulKenberry. dean yesterday on the Guilt of Mexico, iiiorti'd. with the Klorld.i Time-.
of the American Poultry School of when Kay's cabin cruiser sighted i
REPORT I'tilon\ iitid I'iMiHiiinta .'.lonriuil
Kansas City, Mo. The show Is the. Saraxota. cabin cruiser Seminole : will
being sponsored by the Fort twenty miles off Kgmont: lU'port of the Clerk of the Circuit' Court IIP I'dllor, The full loused' nit'ertl.r C
I : Ke> In and for Bradford YouBuyYotUriJme! f
County Florldn.' on of the .AnHiK'liiled. I I'M-, ,.
Pierce Chamber of Commerce and with a disabled 'Hceount of Tai
engine.
!* fi"fliii"rd for tho year 1025.
: wlll I ,IIP ,'ul'I'lI',1.,
the St. Liiicle County Poultry association A northwest wind. had hl"l'l't11up I I Te Bradford taunt 1':. W.,H.\YES. Tax Collector !

for which two organizations a ten-foot sea and. the disabled e .
"Slarlol'li" 1 1 I"<"i ;,11\ t\lltt\
Mr. tjulsenberry Is poultry boat was taking water. Kay took County Treper : The date of Flnrld.i' last t
The used
/lieu I. Nov. I I. I"I I ''1e17I', y"III'1| car you buy represents so many unused miles of
advisor. the boat In tow and I took her and 'Icy Aint, oil" rle4 I IONS TV reielved f 1\1.211,7U\ frtini taxi, I
S a the live llshermen to Surusnta. tlon for I the free" KI'I"I text hooks transportation. The price should! in proportion to this Unused

I'eiiHHcohi .Tan. 7.--The annual He did not learn their names. IIItI.) !P. 'Wi"' I I....fun'.! Penilen Fund i 1199157 and, Hiipilled) | HIP viuloux niuntleM I mileage which remains in tho car. !

report of naval stores handled .. .. I,Iia I. Nov. I, I''ill! I :the 7:1: with hooks valued at 113.318.611.; ( I

f here during the punt year, made Fort Lauderdale- Jan.- 7. Patrol Ity anit lollerlnil Ins 61111. 'iiri'ordiiiK to a report( prepared by Whether or not you get the unused mileage you pay for, depends i

.\ public today, shown that Industry I bouts working out of -coast / Hi"faunly. I. 1920 llttiidi 1 llonda. I 11",1: :, ,'piiblle\V. H. Cliwtlion, Hiiperlntendent of upon which car you buy and where you buy it.
la Increasing It shown valuation IIIHlrlll'tlnll. for the
/ a depart-
gua: d base pIx here, COMMIT' .d. ,,"v' I i 1/l1t'/ Nov I I. 19SII! 7xIU4In
of $ .OOO.( rtmad( :i"'at tn- oral prisoner.) and two :'U i- '>:; !'y .1- t. > ,<', ', __ brH6.. nu'al's biennial review to ba pub 1 The Ford has more mileage built into it per dollar]] of cost than ,

ward of 10,000 per-mm* are employed I Inlng' boats! l last n'"M! ''"nr""n". I Hill. I wo. I I. H'2R. 7j"jj'q.45 coiintlPH lUlied shortly. A large numhur of any other car. A wed Ford therefore has more umisod mileage j jI
In the varied linen. In I AcrirultMr. Pend collected more taxes than I I
1l\ whet In known aa the 1'e.nnacola about :10.1100: ( of fancy Il third boat Icy
was "chased but threw unit colluded Inv ,
,. territory the reports Indicate a the contraband. cargo overboard 1x I HUpplled, hut iilmoHt on equal) number same extent. Consequently it is the best used car you can buy.
variation: of $8,000,000, the hugest and Kill, Dec. I I. 192H 119816 received mono In books than

ever known. Ofilcer escaped J, n. Jones.reports The Executive prisoner Hal Nov. I.County la4'i _Scbeol 2111:14: they pall. Into the treasury, Being authorized Ford dealers wo are experts on Ford cars and

aTallahasseeFlorida. Ity aunt fullected ... 2111 .
7"1 a a better used Ford for than
"free
and! liquor were taken to !Miami can give you a your money any

during where the liquor' was turned over Hal l bee. 1 I. ..112n 2363:' The first quarterly meeting of lance" dealer who handles and make of car.
( .. any every
December consumed 55,184.1 tons n y Polio I the ,
to Slate road .
customs officials and the men Its 1. Nov. 1 I. uiiii' 141'lfl') depurlment has linen

of commercial fertilizer according placed. : In confinement awaiting a Icy Hint collected -. 1900Intl. 'I I balled for TallahaHHpp, January 20. We know every nut and bolt in tho Ford ; we know exactly the

to J. Hinton Pledger supervising hearing her I III2H 714oo tentative budget of rniiHtrue-. real condition of used Ford take in and what it needs
every we
Inspector of the state de- --- T.I.I aub-ache.l i Hlloii and malntenunre for ,1927

partment of agriculture. Polk Between January 1 and October Hy Hill Nov. 1 I. 1U2II .. 23541141 will be taken up.ComnilHHloiier'. to put it in good running order.
unit collected l ._. I
171.5.14 :,
and St. Johns counties were the 1, over 8000.000 worth of ''- :.. .
I a
leaders In consumption by counties contracts for road constructionwere Hal. Lee..' I t. ID2R 221427 We don't} allow extravagant trade-in price We pay what the car

the former using 6,593.6 let'In Florida. Hy Hill, unit Nov. giik.geheel I I. .HUH Bend' 6na III { the Htiitii moron J.department,H. Itoyall ban of I is worth and sell it to you for that price plus the cost; of renewingit. I
tons, and the latter 6,433.7 tons. -- oullwi'todIJHI 1'4'1' 27Ital.
Dade county, with 5,543 tons, was Florida Clty.--fo'lorldn Power & nuked aportxinen of Florida to ob- All work is done by our regular mechanics, with special
| i I. lUll Rap.: ,icy;. serve the. 1111111 I week of '
third. The consumption by counties Light Company offers to purchasi O. W. ALDERMAN and first week, of January I' Ford equipment and using only genuine Ford parts.
Included. Alachna 1,304.2 city electric light; plant flfirj < February UII'

tons; Ilrevard, 832.2 tons Rrow- By. C.. .A. KNIGHT D. C "Crow ('liib I \\kM.. anil to roodu.t ,I We have no interest in giving you anything but the biggest value ,
u broadside/ aKulnut that bird'doring
art!, 995.7 tons; Duvul 151.2 ; --- that The possible because we want you to come back for your next car
Al period. the
Smith's crow,
Hlllsborough Encumbla, ;8.3, 2,477; Highlands.;; Indian 340.3 River;, Birthday Cake i oiiimlH-loiier, explained. although and we know that the only way we can bring you back is by I''

693.5; Lake, 3,147.9 ; Lee. 926.6 ; jf valuable' tn I'rudli'utlnic Inxel ts, III j i, giving you a full dollar's worth for every dollar you pay.
d ; :
wJot (
;; 1 ; far tiii much of a meiineu to the
Leon none; Manatee, 2,916 ; ; j
Marion, 1,220; Martin, 196.2 ; ( egg; and yoiiiiK; of birch, and We have some very good used" Ford. at attractive prices on i

Monroe one ton; Orange: 2897.1 : Ife .tionlil lie oxlirmlnated.xum display now. Come in and see them and try them out if you If

Ost-eola. 341.3 ; Palm Beach, 484 ; e S t want to. No obligation to buy. ...

rinellan 1921.9 ; St. Lurle. 452.1 ; < IOIIH. re'iueHtH, have, been

Sarasota, 295.6 ; Seminole, 2,179 ; o.. nlv.td, b) l lJr It. M. Harper, of -

VoluMe, 851.. ( In. itnie. KeoloKlnil survey, for In- J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
e foriiiiitl'.n' a ax to wtiiTO the HIIW- ,

PcciaA! coroner's Jury 1m- oilmen, "? 'berry' may he iiblalned.. I

paroled by County J'ld-je! Kutch r 'in Fli i ul.t on'-. "n.quest| rums STARKE FLA.

thl afternoon bound over Llge 4 TJ.I. from Ki, nne, through the I'nlted ,

O'I'eal 21. on a charge of murderIn ,' r State f IJl'partnwlI1 of Commerce !I

connection with the death. late Imllriili'in,, ar,'. Iir Harper a bob ', i

Sunday afternoon at Oak, eight anlHt. iuld. that the berries need- '' AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERSCARS I

mils north of Ocala of Robert eel for :ihi-. m.L/Wfn"IIJre/ of drUIH

Cain, 18.loth a S a 1r

youths were employed by The nnxtltntloniillty of n legislative \ \ I ,

the Arlo Box company. Cash was art, of 1917. giving; tho

hot In the heart while seated In ( Southern Drainage; I>l .trlet authority -

an nutomobUe In front of the post to tax all land, Including

ed-8 In the sawmill town. He [ property of the State Hrhool fund.

died Instantly. His brother Carl, ,' 'within the cllxtrlrt" IK to be declil- I I

wan struck by a second bullet ,led by the stale supreme court, TRUCKS TH ACTORS I '
from the assailant's pistol the bul An appeal from a Inflicting a flesh wound. After (circuit court for :
let Dude
It county, upholding .
fatal' shot. O'Nwl Is ...Wto mar tare t been> mere colnciu aee, and Ilea again H .... )
,$1\ h | t mtay +ot l j the contention of the state
lave held the crowd at bar caoNew York M KUktac aloaal OOVMM* JOI Ikal tadBBj ol alaU *eltn t laude QUALITY THAT OUTLIVF "tB PI' I II
modelled caplto
arrival of It after the
with bU pistol until the TBO *k In unconstitutional ban ... .. ... I ,
him. weighed 110 pound been taken I!- -- '. .'* ..,., ,, 1
who arrested ..- ...
'
Sheriff Thomas, [ to the higher tribunal. .



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PAGE FOU\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGIlAnr, RTARKR, FLORID.\ FRIDAY JANUARY 14, 1D2T

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'j 1 him seemed to vibrate with excite 0-- -- .

I. 4L1: ment. t tI

.1, \ I BRADFORD I "Something newt"' he exclaimed. I News of Florida in Short Paragraph

"At last I've found something

L HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL new-the Insects over near the -

creek-strangest things oan't

F.UOENI1 MATTIIRWS GRACE WOOD can't walk or fly straight-go In I-

I Killliir-ln-c.'hli'f., AMMoniate editor I'In'lell--Bllloundlnp! ;! Live State News

JMiono 29J WILIU'R MAHSIIBOnN VmniNIA WEEKS i lie left the room still raving and
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Athletic Editor I'ulillclly Lditor"hIriSIP" limbed the stairs leaving the ]lfcslm'llIg I .
II I
J After lilm.
Lends stupidly
: i ]1m. AMI: ) ms. t... r. Imn"t outstanding fiction of the IIIUII'I ( the old ''
affected mini
The incident
;' 1TlIt.: i-vniiT\i\:: : time I it, you shore dono It old 1 TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES
-I At Iho close of the huslneHs I ]M)<'Ieocl !growled mid, spilt over the so greatly he was forced to cross I
: have hud long vacation 'railing to the window and spit three times
]: We'll we a which surrounded the
1IIlclll.ton.e'hah'mlln ,
Mr and Mrs: F K MrsY. K.;:
Stump were meeting
this flute, and we well In quirt\; HUCceBslon. : __....._._ _"__'_"__"_. "_'_"_h_. .
porch."You -- -'-'-'--'-
host and, hosti-Kx ,to the* Twentieth of Health took charge ------------a
know that all of hoar readers ""' ,!, wonder .what's ('lltlll'l'f.1I Ln h ellP---ltnpid lio-
u Cent urv lirldgo" club Thursday of I the program; und Introduced UHher ] you shut up, before I shut '' progress West Pplm Bench--Plana underway
i I have mlBsi'd, our 11111 IT. Now ,, his wife. "If the f'"rn' fool now?" h > nskcd Ing made, on OGiihtnn t'nn' of Seaboard for
1, evening their homn on Walnut speaker Krc-d. Snfey of Jacksonville you up. snapped establishing! county hospital -
'I 'haven't ? Well we aren'Idead. 'bin wife Rnllioad! roadbed and tracks
.. you I'm wllllil10 with thehoarder here.
the put I
\ Street Itenutlfiil l cut mil inn n who Is In .IIItIIl"l'I'IrUCel up I
p 1. flowers furnlKlK'd the decoration > cimenl I of the State Hoard 1 cif '.. although we iidmlt we did an' do the extra work nndall. Rut file old, couple's greatest from, Port Myorw to )Lu, Belle
go; Into n sort trance\ after fating I i'ihnrk" wan to ,come the next night. I ---- ----.
w for the \"vonliiK: Health, and who was sent out by then you've got nothing I to say TrilbyNew hotel to be erect-
BO much o\'*>r ('lirlHlnius' but duct'sall It was later by several hours when Ln fit-lie.-Work under way,
F. it. mi' well
about ed
.. Four" tallies were arm/ iigid for Ills orunnlyutlnii. Mr. Safcy spoke you might as I here.
over now und< we are settling lUiiNon) made. hi* appearance. lie constructing Felda-La hello highI -
It. She folded her
or the : quit Haying
bridge/ with dainty tallies designating on "Kllminallon" Mosquito.', | -----
the place's and homo..made At the f'nrWIIlHoll! ot Ills talk he {down to wOl'k11.1 we menu real area and, !glared 110 fiercely at hull 4n."r\) lute hoitiict IruKftlnu; his I way Jacksonville--.Dorsey, linking

candles pln>ed on each tuhln. After ticked( that nil members cooperate I work! if we don't get busier and IniHliaiid, that he spat and In his feet an If ho were completely ex- ---------- Company to erect new plant here
better there may ho Borne flunked ,1 hunt-ted, and fell on an old couch, Foil Myors. New Fort ]Myom-\
:" several' games of 1"'O'l""lvIf with :Mrs. Mlililleton< In repentingany confusion railed to clear I the rail nl :Main and'arren streets
c'hic'keiiB up here' : I ho flrr pi ter.! I'alni bench highway to he inniplctod -
f, bridge Mrw M: I. HlggH. who held Insanitary conditions that existed ing. 11.:1'I

" ; high for ladies received, perfume und stn led that In the nour, !, We urn" /going; to take. our midterm < The old<1 couple, were "having It I i n..l1or. a discovery today. Even MCIUII. Lake Wales.--Ilulhlintt permits

j; while Mr O. L. TleaHley. who nuidp future ho would return and aid In I'xuins next, week, and Bay out" UH the neighbors would nay. I tlio hcftles and ants wore stiimhil'ng Issued, here for 11 months of

high for men was nwarded u deck I InnlllI.Ivpr the sanitary conditions 1I 1- Iwe| Just wish you could, Bee thexe.scnlors Tlil.H was n part of their daily i around when I reached the Lake Worth.-Southern Hell to December 1, totaled I 1018917.year
tl'ollhornlln I 1/ ( creek this morning. being Telephone
Ji\t} of cards. Mrs N. Sternhorg and of the town program and WHS looked upon by I
? Mr.' S. L. Peek( wore, both consoled At the* conclusion of the program looks und, arms full of them us hflng mi inevlKablo occnrrnnce In find out the. cause of this queer building, / 12th avenue and K Palatka.-NeAv apartment house
I.. hooks. The rats are OB happy-go-, behavior I singled out two I>POtlus street rapidly Hearing completion.
",,' with lovely gifts the liostpKsen, McHclnniPB such as the sun rising to bo erected corner of Klrkland
1t Those pin y Ing bridge were: ]I"r. A. DuvlH. )0'. .F. Stump, N D. Wuln- lucky as ever-tlu>'y don't knowwhat's or" having to milk( the cows at six that were particularly dizzy ------ and Laurel streets

". I. and Mrs N 81P1'nl"rR.fr.]\ and wright I"". L. Smith (i. M. Sl..- I ahead, of ''01 hut Just o'clock every morning. And In and followed them. They West Palm "ach.--Grollnd

S;: Mrs. Sinclair Pock Dr. and ]Mrs.K. \ trunk, R. J. Davis It. .F. Di-morest, wall they'll* IIml* r out.. spite, of111 the growlinga and crossed, the log bridge over the broken, for new' factory of Palmetto 'loral'Ctty.-$40.000 new high;

':; L.. Hlggs. ]Mr.\ and Mrs .1. W. and George; Flynn served I a dell- I glaring If the truth be known creek. nnd, went oil and on, and Chemical Company on Wld-< school being erected here.
Now llnteii. to something Interesting -
;"' Andrews Jr., Mr. and ]Mrs.\ 0. M clous! Riilud coil rae. I neither found it disagreeable.. In finally entered u dense swamp After mere road

.t. ,,,1 Inman Miss Mahel Woller. Mrs ;. That curtain which we fact, they seemed, to take an un I about a half of a mile. In the ---- ----- Fort Pierce.-New hotel Burs-

!!f T. J. Alderman and Mr. J. J. --. have talked about so much will holy delight/: in seeing which could I swamp, I came upon a clearing, West Palm Beach.-Plans under ton completed

1 1 Truby. IMI'OKTAVr i\K\TS: : soon be u reality.' It will he u most completely' squelch the other and theru In thin middle of it was way far establishing cold storage -

r.( -- lSTTK: : IN II U: <( I beautiful blue velour draw curtain ''II still! The beetles headed straight plant hhere.Jacksonville.Armour. Homestead.' New
this tinte Mr. McLeod had sewer system
l'Uhtlll$25'/ ). and before long; lly .
for it until they come to a pile of --- -
{ IRS.V.M.!' : \\VAI\\\K;1 1'rKNTKUTAIVH It will be hanging In place of that recovered sufficiently from hiswife's being Installed In this town.
1tt' In ; mash and waste which had been & Com
Seventeen million dollars was '
k : : : AT ItltlllGK glare to reply, 'Yes un' If
tortured have.Ve
one we now
I spilled and then I realized the pany will erect new brick building
the state Plant
( treasury. Clty.ldA
dent roollltulllbl..y Bill] received for
I the on my ,
think we shall write a memorial or
4i
Decision was virtually reached' (j truth ; the bugs had all been eating corner Fcirsyth street and Myrtle extension of
: ;, Mrs W. M. Wainwright; entertained something to that heroic old curtain a chasing his butterflies or mos waterworks system.
that stuff and drunk! avenue.
at bridge Saturday afternoon after two. Important meetings, I quito hawkes or whatever It Is were l'enllacola.-'lol'lda Blueberry\
-it ha done (It duty long nnd "
c' Intoxicated !
In her lovely new bungalow that the Everglades must be drained I bravely. he's after, maybe that won't be Actually & Fruit Corporation to establish

'., on Temple avenue the affair being as quickly as possible When we get the new curia II' we none of my business, oh? Maybe through this long speech McLeod's Pensacola Contract to beaWllrdl.d canning/!: factory hore.MlomJ.Inougllratlon.
for
construction of
A new Hate prison was begunat face had grown paler' and Styx
In honor of her house guest, Tare I It wont.
going to give a play or a stunt
; river bridge on projected Old
'' Ralford. and new state build- paler he rose shakily and crossedto .
Mrs. E K. Branch of Jacksonville I nlte to Initiate (it--and woe betide "I hope he does find it, I do" Spanish Trail. of combined -
In at Tallahassee, to cost about 'I the window, but In his agitation/
for and
,; Two tables were arranged' he who doesu't come! ,said :Mrs. McLeod swelling HO with passenger freight steamship -
: of (: $300.000 vach. forgot to opit. Turning slowly he service between' ]
f <-ard and after several,! games r I Indignation; that she could no longer Miami and
formulatedfor fu'edfllson.]\ and In a voice whichhe look In old ]McLeod's\ Nassau, ha
Mrs i;, Stern- Definite plan were man eyes ua Ha in a, announced by
;.:; progressive bridge, I We have two lIepllplls In the keep her seat but rose like u
rp.\.pJ! a the flrnt state and county cooperatively I struggled' to keep steady' said he left the room ho would have Coast West Indies Shipping Com-
ti: berg who made" high sophomore clas.'pHle BryanIs balloon. "You've 110 business! run- I
owned storage plant. "Found. a still ('hVell what been somewhat startled to the pany.
F;: : pox of handsome' statlnnerv Mrs one and the other Is Isola, Ro nln" the thing an' you know It. ,, say
I "madathome" motor I do you Intend uoin' about It? least and would, probably have
drat
i; A. Z. Adklnn. bolder of ae ond. wa* The berts. It III lit as If you hail, to Hell shine -- --
presented a box of powder while vehicle. tags were turned out at to feed your family like Nelson, an' I "Report It, of "..0 II r8e. I shallreport lift( his sense of duty to the four TalIaliusHee.--Pluim being/ madetOl'
eliminating the necessity It at once exclaimed]\ winds!! '
I
Mrs. E. J<:. Branch the honor Raltord i Monday: we had some real ex- j Jim an' the rest of them has to erecting co-operative ice plant
contracting for them with i son. "I feel that it Is my duty E. M. in Jefferson
uf for county at cost of $35-
given a dainty box I no' won't llssen to 'I
hero I
p' guest; was other state cltement-A man was out io, but you Hut If he coahl have seen the (To be Continued ) 000.
':t; dusting powder. of chain 'I taking pictures of all the clauses\ nobody ao.' someday one of them
three-fourths a
1( The hostess served a salad !I Nearly that wanted them. lie also had Biiooplu' agents Is Ron; nil find you

''fro course with hot tea to the follow of banks that failed during a temporary the faculty pose. We understandthat out on' then you'll have to spend

. ing guests: !Mesdames 1C. :M. Johns financial depression reop I the pictures are going to bo what little we /got; to keep out of t+iS ""yak; L wJ''ti' ,

tit.\: It. F. Demorest A. Z. Adklns. J. ened.One used to Illustrate the latent edition the pen though goodness knows t asgy 'let n'om'a

JV.. Andrews, Jr.. X. of history's worst hurri- "
L. Frazee, of Who's Who? that's where you ought to be.
f..a 'y Sternberg and the honor guest. canes struck the east and northwest .

}tA\r Mrs. E. E. Branch of Jackson coasts, leaving destruction In "Don't you Worry about the rev-
Grrr1Vln! w! nee Whir!- Mii.crs they'll never find the still
; ville.MHH.. Its path. b.u Us ,'ul .r'"It., _- Contracts were let by the state what I'm worried about is that
,
ttlnkliiK of bringing steamer rugs
'I'
pesky---
road department' for highway workto I
: : NAT STIIItNI11R(1n' : : i t>. BI houl and sitting around wl'appII -
!. cost 11000.000 and other gigantic :!- McLeod's sentence was cut short
ILOSTI'SS: TO DltllXii: CLUII'i i up in them pretending they
awards were being: made by the arrival of the subject of
are full of steam.
almost monthly as the year passed 'I'' r Ibis heated discussion, who was I
,' The rooms of !Mrs. Nat Stern
coming/ forlornly the steps In
out. up
;I; berg's home were brightened with I The dear editor says not to forg..t -
" r Florida opened a determinedfight iuh a manner as to( cause the old
--
r baskets of beautiful roses when i to tell you about all the Mick ally = _
against the federal' Inherl- man to reassure himself that this
i the Afternoon Auc- ones here who at home sick Il -
j. r she entertained up are -
I
tnce tax law by going directly to person was surely a pest If not III I
,t- i;. tlou Bridge; club on Thursday. the United' States Supreme Court. In bed with "flewmonia" or some an insect. M
'1 } Four tables were arranged for thing or other, etc. Some of the
::1'( bridge containing nuts and can. One of the greatest water' spansIn bi st beloved Seniors are absent The old fellow could hardly be

j : dies and attractive hand-palntec the history of road constructionwas Escomblabay. and the rest wish they were 'cause lamed[ for this opinion, as William I g 1, 3 ,
f
",: tallies marked, the places of the opened--that over its flo--colel out here. Mason's features were distinctly ; r. ,

'ji guests. All donations of coats and bug-like in form; as If In

The holder of high score, Miss Additional tlqk-frce area was and recognized I blankets will be greatly received.
,,- Mabel Weller. was awarded U by the government I part of his days he had gradually
and eradi-
mayonnaise net and i.I rH. J. L. the quarantine raised Say-Why Is a fish? come to resemble thin form of aui- A "
; k
i overother t
sweeping
forces were
cation
y Peek, who came 1II'01l.1 was given Mall your answers to the editor, mill life 4:
sections.
_ A pretty flower bowl. Democratic party retained O.l A. W. lie reached t the top of the steps'

.' Mrs. Stc-ruberg\ assisted by her The --- alll i fell Into the nearest chair,
electing a
control of the state by
}. daughter. Ruth, served a salad United States senator four Congressmen I'ANC: IKS: 'Oh, my feet my feet" he whined.

a' course with hot cone to her gueula Court In u voice that had much in coalman -
four Supreme
.. ----.---------- general, a railroad In the winter people's fancies. with the higher/ notes of a
attorney!
judges' an
;
t:', }:KNTKHT.1IN: :DIISI'IL: commissioner and holders ot' Lightly turn to thoughts of moderately, priced harmonica. 0 12.GNurirrtn&booArni.n4, s./U wYartc I yr + Lhiw

l-A.VKors; MIOioit\ : divers minor offices. spring; "Well, what ails yer feet?"

Tho state's sixty-seventh county For they shiver lu the winter mapped Mr. McLeod.

,. :, Mr. nod Mrs. 11. C. Kdwurcls, ol -Gilchrlst; -was added And of warmth they love to sing "They are ruined positively H '

"ufi, 721 Kast Main street South, The law to supply\ free textbooks In the Spring the students< fancies; iilned" groaned Mason "I tramped -

j ,:". Gatienvllle= entertained Friday to public school children up Darkly turn to thoughts of tests; 1 over every foot of the territory i
I j" showerdv __ ____ 6ED MZ t tDED
,, even.i1.; nt a iiilscelloneoim to the sixth grade went In effect.A : For the things that kill the Joy of between hero and that creek over Mas 11'i I

I In honor of ]Mrs.\ Edward's broth- I constitutional amendment was spring, here, and all I get Is a pair ofMined o i
]Mr. and !Mrs.
sister
er-in-law niid ,
: the
from
: voted to provide funds Are always exams-the pests feet; not even one musca D/llkl r
,{4. Ceo. 1>. Thomus. general revenue item for the common Hut seldom do students fancies lomestlca." ALL Wr.1t ,

1-f'f't The house was attractively dec- schools, another giving the Turn to thoughts of studying Old man McLeod spat over the D8)DAt.

orated In cut flowers and ferns, a legislature authority to restrict hard. railIng assumed an air of great
i
/>.1 : pink and white motif being cleverly property ownership In the state to Rather than wallow into studyThey'd importance, "young man" he said, I J A1. ;f

il; carlred out. only aliens who can be naturalized wallow Into lard. "I been living around here for
I
Se/eral furnished ample ____ I !
J games
and a third making Supreme Court more than forty-five years an' 1 Q tlJAJIAX'J QCQfL) ,
entertainment of a delightful na- In the meantime all our fancies iutcltea '
,
Justices elective by members of never seen nor heard parts, an' laeVy \W
ture and prizes were awarded the I Turn to thoughts of basketball; a.ld
the bench, Instead of selecting by vhats more I don't believe there's .. I
winners of these for all thrill with the Joy of play, -
-"t games.
; lot_. none .here, an' if you take advise f
The bride, who is the youngest Players and watchers all. my I& IE :
Gov. John W. Martin announced you'll KO; back where you EN
+ daughter of Mrs. L. L. Sapp of So let the student's fancies
't'i one of the sharpest cuts in state come from and save your feet and
J\:\ Starke, wore a bautlful gown of taxes In the history of Florida. Quickly turn to thoughts of your time too.Everyone rLooa. GLAA Ift '

k ;. pink georgette with a corsage of Judge William U. Ellis, of Quincy play, I rose early the next v I I"T

\i sweet peas. was named justice of the Supreme "For what's the use of studying morning In the McLeod householdas .. ""'fb"3.
A fruit salad course with hot hard .
,
Court they hail risen for the past
dtr: chocolate was served late in the When you'd rather go," they say
The state escaped a repetition forty years. At that time early
'h and favors of sweet peas of the embargo of the fall of 1925, L. N. I rising was necessary as everyone Here is a house that !U utilitarian -

'" on each plate. because of improved railroad facilities. _._ had work to do in and at the same time It Is at ''''' '' '' . ,, .. .
I 1"evenIDK the fields or YIIWaAIYYYWI0aIW4W'' ''' W uWIIWMIIIIIA141NIIWNmI1aIIWIlaAl111YNINIWNNrIIWIYtl01114am''' ''' ''''' .llar. +"lallalNlIWIWIIImiWIIWYWaY'. '''' ''
f of guests; enjoyed the II. II. 1<4. vs. .\HCIIIonThe 'stables or in the house; but now tractive. !English!: In Influence; it

il of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Airplane transportation service that old McLeod depended no has two large chimneys that add

.ij the bride and groom were was inaugurated In the state. first games played by the longer on the fields for his livelihood an air of substantlablllty and comfort GOOD SERVICE

the recipients of many beautiful The Tumlaml Trail was definitely D. H. S. teams in the year 1927 this custom resulted more A feeling of cheer within. ,

(. and useful gifts. routed and work rushed towards were unlucky to say the least Friday from force of habit than from ne- The house is entered through a What It Means Here

1 its completion. afternoon both the boys' andgirls' cessity. small vestibule No space Is here

1 McCtMKY-l" ta
ford state farm and boys' Indus- play a double-header. The girls William !Mason, seemed more Ful value since its usefulness Is

; Mr. George McCulley and MissLlnnle trial school at Marianna began full played a good game but hard luck like a dinner and supper combined very small Then into the cheerful : oi ll '

"' Fogg were quietly married operations.The roosted on their shoulders, and the he started once again on his eter- sun porch and thence Into the

I.": at the Methodist parsonage In Fer- state geological survey department score at the end was 10 to 1 In nal search for new species ot flora cozy living room which has, as At this bank "good service" is more than a con-

nandlna on Sunday afternoon at announced that the value favor of Archer and fauna, leaving Mr and Mrs. every living room should have a venient advertising phrase.It .

3:30: o'clock, January 2, 1U27 by of the mineral' output was second In the boys game the first half MrLeod to the enjoyment of an- fireplace of generous size. In addition ,

Rev. Hammond.Mr. In the state's history. ended in a 11 to 11 tie but In 'other spar to the fireplace, there Is an is demonstrated every day in prompt attention
McCulley is connected with shell itch and "If he attractive built-in-window seat (In ,
The state game the last halt when fresh men were ever happens to cross that
the Palatka Dally News. Miss ind fresh water fish departments put in Archer gained quite a lead creek and stumble on my still, the this room. courtesy, and a whole hearted effort to serve and accommodate -

Fogg" Is the daughter of !Mr. and reported the best years of their and held It to the end of the game. jig's up" growled the old man, by The dining room opens from the you in every way possible.

'; Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Graham. functioning The II. II. S. team played well but way of opening the session. living room on one side and the

:' ; Miss Fogg; has many friends here The Seaboard' Air Line completed Archer has an exceptionally good "Well, you get out of hero!!," kitchen on the other, which kitchen Your patronage is solicited on the basis of good

; that will wish her much happinessand extensions to the west and oust team this year, having beaten the said his wife "I don't want to is well equipped for convenience sound conservative banking.

I success In her new homeMr. coasts and planned a celebration U. of F. Rats by a big margin. hear your troubles I've enough of and comfort. The tuba

I and Mrs. McCulley will trip fur 1927. After the game sandwiches and my own without listening to your are In the cellar, as Is the heater, i

make their home.In Palatka. -S--- ( cocoa were ..erved to the players crabbln'.-Well didn't you hear cold room, etc. Three bedrooms '_)I jhlP I

'' TILE Wcm1'4 HTIC\wm.nnn'iIO'ItU: :! ; : and spectators. And that night a me? I .said to clear out an' I with plenty of light and air, and I .
'I-tU: cw
bI '
-- 1Jf,' '- party was given, to which all the mean It.. good closets together with a tiled I
...: i v'Ialai; 010' S'fARKE
CI1W Starke visitors Invited to And something In her tone con- bath complete the ararngement.The .
,-TSuiR tN' N B. Hull shipped four crates were re On Extra Meaiun f FrottaionHoUoftfonorBauK
\ market main. vinced McLeod that she did meanit exterior of the house !I. "
The Woman's Cfub of. 8tgtkheld bftrawbejrles Friday to I 1))
their regular monthly meeting \th> *>b rri i' ring purchased by Mr. Next Friday afternoon the boys so he proceeded to carry out shingle, and wide shingle sides, ,

Wednesday, January 12. 1927, Hull from mffBtWit.'grw \ : !(Sn.Bwjrles and girls will play the Oreen Cove her orders. variegated shades of shingles for On Ettra Measure of Senile',

the club house. were ripening fast last WOCK! I ft[ earns.'.We are>aU hoping,for two It was long after dark whenMtIao. the roof.- This Is truly a nice neat
o'clock at
at 3:30 order of procedure and had they not been checked by victories;*ot:e m*.aa regular
The t1't\ \ itntl'thM
1\1d -e dlfs uteri r
'
observed. Mrs. T. J. Alderman the severe frosts this week, wouldbe W. ]Dl. of prlcto"Via comtbrttb lu dwnefb; BANk'dP'5TRKE"Tll. I
was
Just finishing their evening meal.
chairman of Education an- going out In large quantities.One \\"II.II.UII.MO 'S SENSE: OF The moment he entered the din- Cost about $11,000. i
Den
that the education committee of our colored farmers, working plans and
nounced
DUTY"I Complete
Ing room they saw that a vast
would sponsor a reading Dell, sold a crate he picked from the change had come over the man specifications for this house may I' Bank of Helpful Servic" .

club similar to that of last year. I his field last week for $18.50.single tol' you when you put up that lace he left the farm that mornIng be obtained for a nominal sum We 4 Per

The book to be read will be those I first crate to come from a room fer rent sign you'd get hot' His eyes were wide, and his from the Building Editor Refer Pay Cent On Savings

which English critics consider the meld 10 far reported. of some pest, an' now you done face was beaming. Every inch of to house A119. iron__.._.._.. ..

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FRIDAY JANUARY 11
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1OS7 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLE u.trn. OUR"" i RID.\ p.nnn':

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v J. K. mU Fit CITIZKXS: KKKf'T: SIGNS
j I I C.ll.MNOTTKVIIO: \ TO I I .
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TREES PoSES VINES. ETC. TRIMMED
J. S. Grlner. one of the highly] HOMKSor itim-iiT: CENT WORD : :

Bits of respected\ citizens of the Lake I SI'HAYEl: AND FIXED PKOIM2ULYIlcst

Geneva .section died Wednesday Conditions In !Moore Haven with COLUMNfoil

afternoon, following a short Ill regard to Rod Cross activities re- I iiinlity Sprayer* and Spraying Materials for

ness. Deceased was widely'>flown main practically unchanged"' from I sale ai lowest CASH with order prices. Satisfaction I Igum.
local ( throughout this section _t, the what they were last week Workers I SALEKorilwii tractor and
Nev I state and his death will he moiirnd. for the Iced Cross... hate been Kurd one ton truck, steel body i ant'e'd.:

<,*, Funeral services' were announced here and hove been Iniiy both used short time. Move !I "
S. FKKNANDKZ. : Starke Fla.
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for Thursday afternoon The glowing report 'sent out 11 u It fnrminK and machines must ,

Concerning Our People Business; and nt Melrose.! e\Vitt> C. Jonas mortician from here by this Institution leadIng be Hold.. D. I. AnicH owner i
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Progress of the County and Town in charge.Section .. r the people of the nation to believe Stnrke. Fla. 11-5-tf. .
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that they are lining (treat -- .
live of the I Florida Federation I. -
I work in rehabilitating the ruined '
of Women's Clubs. will ; FOIL HAI.K-On South "'11111111. H(". 1
-.-. .-- I homes ami farms has so greatlyImeimed ) 7-room house. largo' sleepingpiiuh D.:_ -
--------------'-.----.---.--.,:. meet In Jacksonville Thursday, people hero who] havovainly oeo.oeo -oro--c: .. 1
January :20.! with 1111.... J. Iluck.vice hath c niul otlior conveniences o
IVKATIIKUJan. : : HEI'ou'r Mrs. !Marie !McM.mter! and chllilren. president of .section five of- I. tried to get; something; slnrted '' ; also six room modernhouso D E ii!

Miss I.llrlle1I11'hell.: Miss Ih.-luling. roll.... (i. t J. Iiinian and In the rehabilitation line thatjenturtliiy facing new hlKliwiiy.close. o
<( to .Inn.. 12, Imlii..Ue Kate Livingston Thursday! .. I n |>i omlnriil ,
( and :Mrs It. O. I Mrs. T. J. Aldprnmn have been i In; ilirnp. Mrs. S. Fi DURING 1927
Date lllsli Low 1'1'1'<'11). Strong of St. Paul !Minn. farmer obtained fifty rnnls. hearing '
mretor- elected as delegates nnd (they with i It.I ni rick. : I j'
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70 42.1 00 led to Gainesville; Sunday. ( inucrlptUin."Spend 1-7.:11.1
Mrs. N.
Walnwrlght.. pmoldent' ]
7 84 57.8! 00 --- your CHRISTMAS) : In
------ of the Woman's. WANTED; To know
( 11111 of Starke. -- \\
8 72 4.f1 i 00 (1. !M. Inman this Rehabilitated Furm Ho nomado
attended the cham will attend thin club 11IJ7! automobile llconmt :';
mooting. All 0.
9 01 52.600 her of commerce MO by the bent:, AMKRIC: .N o Include in resolutions tha'you
banquet at Keystone members anInvited 1 to attend UE1)) CROSS." !!SI-1SS-C.: :Necessary to /getI : your i;
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48 ltd.5 00 : ; I IThese D !
HellhtsI"'IIIIIY
evcnliiK nnd Luncheon will he served to nil I owner's name to complete tit I.' E
11 43 21.500 was one ot the speakers on the present\ hy the members of the I cords 11111111111'11 lbi rordsido I| ri'riml. I.'. A. Fulfil, ttiK agent o are 1 resolved to allow the I Bm'U
12 UO 21.1 00 evening program. I << where formerly stood happy\ 1 !
I Woman's club of Jacksonville nt hollies, which lire now caber hope- SMrke: ]1-1 1-11 t

Total for week .00 !Mrs Geneva Fowler- --of Cinlnegvllle their local 1 rlnb building.' .:._ less. wrecks or waxbeil enllrHv away 1111..1 8D Ton to save

-- visited relatives In Iho LnwI I It.tt. HaUl that of thu nearly] BTOLKN: ; One boy's Elgin: you money on your gro- f

Col. and Mrs. D. I':. Knight tey section Sunday and l attended'' I'.Ui. S1I.K SLOW Ii fly homes along the :\0. lm..>n brown trimming with steel rims

spent Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. I churcli at Sj\ton: Sunday afler- ,and Clow Idea loud [beitveun lo" niilHl ]1'111'111-1111)' iu>w. $5.0n111.(1( II ceries, fruits and vegetables If f you: it
noon. Only about lUlU the number of Nine Aiilx ciinnl practicallyiiiinn + fur liiforintton leading! to rciov- j jO

I tugs Issued last jcar! for cars and (Ins bail it cent pent on it : cry.V.. ( 111111<'. Staiko. It* 't
i.
Orville J. Grlllls was In !Mrs. H. Johns -and daughter-! trucks have boon sold] Ibis )our! [ruin the i inn"! raised, for reba'bllltalioii i buy your every day necessities from n

Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Parker und nccordlnij; to C. A. Futcli, tail agent/: work ot the ditrlct" by the
children
of I for Ilrndfurd! comity. l"p! to American Red, CI'OHH.These. :Ninth l"III rulltul mid, Florida( D

II E. Moorer of Putnam Hull cud Hampton Mrs.\ S were. II. the Johns guests on of Ninth 1 Mr. I Thursday. noon 477 passenger: ear signs are to call unmistakable Vaunt Seed. Hn.v early. Will bo o us we guarantee to save you money. [J

was a visitor to Starke Sunday.H. and Walnut streets Ili-ensi-H had been Issued l and l 115U'uck nltentloii to the fact Unit I higher" Inter. J. I"'. Kli'kilter.

tags Compared with this I tho RF.I1 CROSS HAS I FALLEN] I 1-14-21. Drop in and price our foodstuffs.

!\I1"KeRIyrwln: and !Myrtloe I Hliowlng lit) 8 lIceiiHO tugs for pasJBiMiKer DOWN COMl'LKTKLV: ON THE qO qq 9 .
V. Knight spent Tuesday In Jackson /: ears and l 368 truck !licenses Jolt Moore Haven Democrat. I
accompanied An apartment for rent. J. F.
Principal
High Springs on'professional busi- I
were Issued ]lust year
J. II. Kelly to Archer Friday and *--- --- Klckllter. J.II2t'Jo'Olt
ness. Saturday is the last day for owners -
were the week-end guests of of '1'0 TIKE: 'I' STRI-IT: : P.111\G:
\ cars and trucks to
S"CIII'O1I"'II..e. I
Principal and !Mrs.\ Kelly. '
Mr. and Mrs. Den Holtzendorf according to the state de- HUNT; -- FiirntKliiMl, npnrt-
spent tho week-end purl meat, and after that date sheriffs At Its meeting on Thursday IIIl.'lIt'Ith bath 1-'. A.
In Jasper with private i
):. M. Johns spent part of this of this week. tho chamber ofcoinini'lTH '
of the night ( '
different It
relatives.Dr. counties have Scott.(
week In Gainesville and l Jacksonville will] consider. the
question
been Instructed to make arrests
looking after Interests of In of additional] street. paving In 8 BON 0 N TON N
cases where 192S tags are still
Edmund H. Teeter of Jacksonville clients In circuit and federal being used. Slurko. Mayor: Jones consenting. to :\ K\V: IIXKItKIt: Slior TO OPIA"MMKV :

V. Knight, was Wednesday.tho guest of IIollls courts I -_ -- outline to the body, what the tllWII1IIIIIHII.ltfo' .\: aa: o

ISKI'OKr: OF Till;: mMHTIOVS! have in mind the way D
!Misses\ Edna, Staimhury. Interior. work tin Ey Eya
Lois I OF TIM: im.ii>\F< >iti> rorvrv of htreet brtti'i-meiit. !Many property on now City o
Miss Annetta Williams Is visit- Colley Iris Drown and !Mr.\ E. M.\ I H.\\IC owners of tin I town are favorIng I I Burlier Shop bits tidviinciMl. to the

ing relatives In Tampa and Dado Hooks and Miirrnh Rooks motoredto the additional! street. paving : point, where (Ilio owner\ 1 P. J.

City. "'nlt!" Friday evening/ to take The Bradford County Dank ntStarke and It IH, hoped( nt thin. meeting to I Penrce.. believes hit will IIIIVM everMhlng a FRUIT & GROCERY COMPANY

I -_._- part In the l Epworlh League Union I In the State of Florida' at formulate some plan wjiereby thusending i In shape for opening; on l'
I held In that city. of I the necesmJ" !" l>etttin11sl I Sntnr Mr. R. Jo.. Tanner, of Baldwin] the close of business December
was a week-end guest at the home --- 31, 192(1.( can be worked out ]by uctlve conimitti'CN shop| next. to the Hunk of Slnrkttis o Next to I Post Office StarkcIOC <
Mrs Mary Thomas and daughter h In n il.iy's ti 010. being; nttud with every convenience D
of Mrs. Laura RESOL'UCKSAll :
I. Powell.
Miss !Mary\ Thomas of Philadelphia Time IH short for tin. necessary toad. with I the. live chubs lio
]loans and discounts '
who have been visiting preliminaries before work ran bo will I.t> In pOHltlon to give c-us- | 0 -OCiO- .oeo OCIO-' ,.)
Mrs. P. O. Carpenter, of Newton $502,97'2.61Overdrafts
At the home of Dr. And Mrs. K.: L. started If tho property owners tU fliers proiiipt service"' .
__
N. C., Is visiting at the homeof !817.9! !
Biggs I left Wednesday for LAkelAnd unlit to take advantage! of I the -
: very
United States Bonds .
Mrs. Laura I. Powell. 12,100.00County
and other South Florida nnd low rate of paving offered lire town I
towns. _Municipal by the I"'. ,v. Long Company, coutrnrtors 10)hintwulmmsnlm.1/aGtft< / > arlcrlumaCUJ9twalGlrJalmtullCia: !> : ) >CICiI1QCICGIf.1CfGYGH'tfnt311)HfJOlCiaafa1111aGllnrnalmwwu' ) :. ! !nn"/ 'fill
Miss Elizabeth Howe of Lawtey, Bonds __ __ 4000.00
on rottd 48. A full attendance -
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. Ranking': House, Fur- J
Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. M. Brownlee of the membership l Is da-I
A, Newsom. niture and Fixtures 19000.00 '
and children. !Mrs.\ S. K.: Browne shutS.CF Wake
Other ReAl Estate : !
] Fred Statesman of Sarasota, the Owned _____ _____ 12.232.57 t
guests of !Mrs.\ L. n.
Eppem.n Cash Items __ __ ____ ; I
I h, was a guest for several days ofMr. Mrs. 3.703.67 I
and Mrs. II. II. Young. Drownlee of will remain f'r a Cash on Hand ______ 22074.19 d' V 4) 0 vD 9 Q' 41 4 4) Oo I ,II I.

I .II couple weeks. 75771.21 i ?> 0$> I II1b'-ttI; I II l I d, II II It is little! wonder that some people ncvir ::

I Mrs. R. O. Strong of St. Paul. The J. II. Saxon tarn near Church Services I ., I forge ahead. Content to sit in a rut the N II
Minn., Is the guest of Mrs. D. I. Hampton was sold Total __ ____- $652,752.21LIABILITIES o 8 II I ,
Wednesday to
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:
, Ames. J. E. Adklns of New River. This '7 I have worn for tl1l'mlidvcK-tlIl'Y artdenf il: .
farm Capital Stock Paid In $ 40,000.00Surplus 0$> 0$> 4n'I'IIOIIJS'f > ,
Is a valuable piece of I dumb and blind to
property opportunity.John .
] Fund \
Mrs. J. C. Robinson was hostess and located within a short 22,000.00Undlvided : r .
to her sewing club Tuesday morn- distance of the town. Profits. Less I :\ : ('in"K<'n 1//

Ing at her home on Madison ave. expenses and taxes t ___ ___ I 1). Rockefeller who turned his : i
I opportunity
-- ..----- Mr. J. pnld ____ ____ 73.18 (Enoch Marvin Rooks. I'untor) I
M. !\
Mitchell !Mr.\ J. W.
Geo. C. White and G. K. Lewis Andrews Jr.. Mr. Harold C.'nll Dividends! Unpaid'" __ 880.00 I ,, into a fortune Hays there Ill.

were business visitors to Jacksonville and Mr. N. Individual Deposits I Sunday school Sund.iy morning; hundred .
Sternherg motored to a opportunities now to ever;
Wednesday.E. Jacksonville Subject to Check __ 244.833.JHI: at 10 o'clock, L. A. Davis Supt
attend the election Wednesday of evening officers at to ( Savings Deposits 306.0 18.67 Preaching Sunday' at 11 a.m. I / one that existed/ when he wan young :y

V. Larsen, of Keystone the Morocco Temple. Time Certificates of and 7:30: p.m.hlltel'111oLtlaIU.

Heights was among the business I I Deposit -_ __ 12370.61 League! at 2 p.m.Junior I. If you are alert and ready: to mixer IK 1,
visitors to Starke :Monday. Mrs. J. M. Certified Checks 733.29 League at :.1 I p.m. ''I
Mitchell
Miss
Litclle i
CiiBhler's Chocks Outstanding knock, you will succeed (IK[ -'OIlIU'C
Mitchell Miss| Jjyrtlce Jackson Senior League Sunday evening '. I. prpared
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Itoblnson and : ; (6226.85 at 1I.l: 13 u'duI'k. r / fn in and
lIIRIII.'I'wln Jackson and financially step( cieize I i.:. ws ..
of Jackson Notes and Bills\ Rediscounted
Mrs. Wllber Archer Owen Rrimn left today for Lokn. Prayer 1II..tlnlt'lln''HdIY evening ,
ville spent Sunday III Starke with lund where they will be weekend 19555.74 /; at 7'HO: : o'rlnek.I'RhSIll'TE1t1.1V. ,. I II

'n Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. guests of Dr. and Mrs. Frank I I s c 1 Our savings department oilers you u .

!Mitchell.\ : Total] $052,752.2 I : cm-;; 'II I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK great opportunity to save. Just a lilll>
1 Mrs. ,V. M. Wlmberly and baby State ot Florida County of Bradford -- I Ft "
of Waldo spent several days with sic : Regular!!; services will be conducted now and then, will build the foundation, :;

,t her parents. !Mr.\ and Mrs. A. H. DKATII: ....' W.M.: Itll.l:Y JOHNS: I! I. J. H. nitih. Cashier of the 1 an follows: I of your future, plan tho way to flnnnciuindependence ;

Green. above-named Bank do solemnly Sunday s<.hool." ut 10 o'clock J. ''t mill make
.. ready to
:
Luke City Jan. 7.-William swear that the above statement Is 11. Truby. HlIl't.I'r"al'llllllt you i
Mr. Aubrey Brlnson, of Flftone, Riley Johns 59 years of age, died true to the bent of my knowledgeand service ut 11 o'clock. I' 4, per cent take advantage of the big opportunity. I'I'a I'I'

was the guest of his sister !Mrs.\ last Friday at a hospital] ut Chatta- belief.J.. At 0:45: p.m. the Christian Eitilonvoi : I

.J J. E. Corpenlng;, Sunday. lo.cl.ae( where he had been taken H. itI' CIi. Cashier Society. meets. The sub

-- -- two days before from ML l.oiuc COIL R E'T- ..\TTI ST: ject for tho Endeavor meeting; Is Interest on Savings SAVK ANn IIAVI r 11 ;,I

Mrs. R. E. Tanner and children two miles south of Lake City. I Subscribed and sworn to before "How to Develop our Devotional

I Bobby; and Edward arc visiting at He is survived by his wife, two me this 12 day of Jan.. 1927. Life." Lesson Psalm 4018. I
, y the home of Mrs. Tanner's mother, sons, Ernest Johns of Lake City. A. S. CHEWS. Evening: worship begins' at 7:30: '#'!1c'mtllfImmmcJOcJ/JIl7lIDmllJJommrnQWtDlIJl'lGlOmCIIIDtDCJCIm! !) : : / ) //7011pt7miaaGCSQfIiff611irJl0affnpim661195fa1C101601DID751: ) '! ) : itT'k.,

Mrs. Laura I. Powell.Mr. Riley Johns Jr.. of Lake City, Notary 1 Public.tf. o'clock.

two daughters Mrs. T. C. Kirk- T. HITCH. Mid-week prayer service at 7:30:

and Mrs. L. K.: Miner of land of Live Oak and Mrs. M. M. W. T. WEEKS Wednesday night.A .

New Smyrna will arrive Saturdayto Weldon] of Lake City two step- O. M. INMAN, cordial Invitation Is extended --------- -- ___, c === __ --==
visit Mrs. Miner's mother, Mrs. sons E. V. Moore of Lake City and Directors. to all to attend theso services

Laura I. Powell.Mr. Phil Moore, of Balnbrldge Ga.. -.- -- [I 'lNOTICE

and two brothers, Smiley Johns of LETTERS: : FROM: O\K: "CHINK" TRAIN SCIIKI: >CIKHEffective
J. H. Fields, who Is work Starke. Fla., and Robert Johns of TO \\OTHKH: :

ing In Green Cove Springs, spent ) Jacksonville. The body was
12:01: a.m. Sunday
,
the week-end in Starke with his brought to Lake City and was tak- Dear Sing Sing!
January 2nd we have a now sche:
family. en to Jasper for Interment Sunday I hav not write tu yu In tu three dule. Trains will run as follows: TO THE PUBLIC I

afternoon. Funeral services were wk. az I hav ben unnergoln melly SOUTHBOUND ..x1nns.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Branch, of held at the grave at Jasper. Cllstmls an heppy New Years!
No. 1 Due Starke 10:50: p.m. ,
Jacksonville Beach were the weekend melly Cllstmls In Amelllca ar a
: No. 3 Due Starke 10:33: a.m. i I
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. TRIAl, IH SET: FOBI'KHI'KTUATOns okaslon on which evlybody hengup No. 303 Due Starkn 10:03: am.

Walnwrlght on Temple avenue. : OF a socking for Santo Clas. I did NORTHBOUND i Effective on and after January 15th the Tele- !
not heng for Santo ,
-- -- ALLEGED up my socking
HWI.M1I.K: No. 2 Due Starko 4:08: a.m.
Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and Clas az 1 think I need! my sockingwerse No. 4 Dili Starke 3:62: p 111. graph will make the regular charge for all an- ;
daughters Dorothy Claire and Atlanta Ga., Jan.The trial than Santo Clas; an I also do No. 304 Due Starke 0:16: p.m.

Hazel are visiting Mrs. Klckllt- of D. W. Nichols and H. D. Gained, not unnerstan wat Santo Clas do STARKE AND WANNEE nouncements notices readers and local items ;
M. L. Johns. with such a old socking! per-
er's father jointly Indicted with J. G. Grimes menny ; No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:30: a.m.

on charges of larceny after trust 'I Inleas he dispose them on the No. 102 Arrives Starke 2:10: p.m. taining to entertainments bazaars amateur theatricals '
Mr. and Mrs. P. !M. Barefoot and In connection with an alleged mall starving Almenlans. heppy New T. J. CIRIFFIN. II

children and Miss Inez Abernathy order swindle has been set for Years ar not az telllble az molly _._-- or like conducted for profit or where ad-
Lake City with Cllstmls, tu muk
spent Sunday In January 20 before Judge E. D. I yu ar slppose HOW IHtCTOItS! TREAT
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darby. Thomas, In Fulton Superior court. New Years revolutions which con- mission is charged. Rates will be given II
-- ---- Attaches of Solicitor General sis of velly much clangln bells I COI.IIS AMI TillI'LL: : i iI upon ap

Miss Nannie Howell of Jacksonville John A. Boykln's office were busy horns an such forth an ar not so I To break up a cold overnight ort plication.No III

Is spending several days today opening thousands of letters had az Chinese revolutions which <. cut short an attack of grippe; I .

with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klckliter. from prospective customers of the consls of performing; sulsldn on Influenza sore throat or tonsllltls/ I II
Jr. accused men who are alleged to each other which yu al no ar velly physicians and l druggists: are now charge has been made in the past for such

-- _.. -- Indeellghtful Tare( for one whichar recommending' Calotahn. the purl-
-- have advertised the :
, widely sale of
t :.lr..l" F. Stump spent Wednes- I chickens, fruit and produce and tu get performed on. fled and refined, calomel compound items but the ever increasing cost of producing a :

day and Thursday In Leesburg failed to fill any orders.It I ar bac In school now an tier tablet that gives you the effectsof I I I

and Euetls attending to business was estimated by the solici- wer a fello hear Ian wk. who appear calomel and salts combined newspaper makes it necessary for the Telegraph to I''
I k Interests. tu strike al our flotografs': I without the unpleasant effects of
tor that 30,000 In orders [
-- -- and checks were contained money In letters wud, sen you one flotograf so yu either. follow the lead of other papers in making a charge :

Miss Madge Mlddleton. Miss already opened. 'cud se the disaster living In Amelllca : One or two Calotabs at bed

Etliel Griffin and !Miss Marguerite Grimes is said to be In a government 'I hav don tu my person but I time with a swallow of water,- for all forms of advertising matter. r

I, Shrlver spent the week-end at the I hospital In Augusta and appear tu be completely abscnnt that's all. No salts, no nausea I

latter'a home In Brooker. has not been arrested. II from flotograf! after spying nor the slightest Interference with I
graf for quiet a spoil I tltto-I your eating work or pleasure.,
11
Mr, and Mrs. A. S. Crews and ear which appear tu be Next morning your cold/ has vanished I

Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Clevland Ohio Jan. .-WIlMapsL'.Jwe I panding from be hind a yung teddy your system Is. thoroughly BRADFORD COUNTY E'

ehi kIII.moto"41q; ..sUnr, Spr. ai.a ',.psesldepfh.. wjtklcltappea tu resemble quiet a purified and you are feeling fine
Sunday. I BT6thf railroad tra4nm, lot l1lord!"and O.t"'l'8f' < Appear with..a hearty appetite for break-

today confirmed the report that I tu be complet Insoccess. hop- tUat\: what you. please,--no .
Among those attending the funeral conductors, trainmen, and yard- Inn yu ar the same. danger. -'"*" I ,

of Mr. J. S. Orlmer. of Melrose men of the railroads In the southeastern your frlen! Get a family package': conaln-

were Dr. and Mrs. W. E. territory are taking .strike Sunn* HI. Ing full directions only 35 cent I

I Mlddloton. votes. -E. M. At any drug store. adv.tfii -



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lint ...it\ HH Florida. Kaxt: Co.ihl : Ii' ,I 1)n. ). or 1,1. Iles, II :b.. u )pit t Ki as (Dr. Willm, .
j .stn'/ iMliii Milfi. Iho t Hl'irc III I i .," I., (1o.I '
rallv n Inch,, (?nve the trip. Al- l.'!te'n I Ills 1I I V/ V'r, !
wjm H boy age'
VII)., .in', with '.even oilier Florida I I 11''"n fly( luiow' my WilY around thu I,i :,i- (Hint a ri'-lakii. thnl 1Iivl 1 S : [i i y ? : .. SKU

i-nih, \IKIMI, and Rlrb', wnnl In tnwii, nnil wax too timid to Hpcirtti i was to it a.r' my hour I ) :; iw: /. fes5A{
; Chinfor I the week Novntnbur28I i btu any I hll"lnc"'lI. pi'rson" aroi.ndloii. in; I I': (lire with 111..111'. miI 1 r ee. ? LSMt9i / ? V''ijrvj ,,1,1Ono

| Ills hill work whlrh has I Im :u\lo pen for him and/
>e< "inlii-r. I I. wh('re" she nil agl0d H a record, of when ouch,
I liroiiKlit him In contact( with navy III'
with thiMixniidH' of club boys| nnd of 111<'11I. und his hunk! account ol' r.i., i..'eV him been humid I nm "' :,. .; / \
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girl rruni other" HIIIICH.' Haw the have Klvcn him tiinding. that anolder KO'ii", li.' ''rap only three! ot myHOWS ''f!: :. II ,M'w. t ,t. _.. :_ ..--{ .... .-.-. _.- AC -+.':6 Y .Yr "
.A., "IM 1 want+ to get 'betterblond. "I.. / I
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great lnti?rmill<)nml lire\ stilt k mini inlglil envy. InmUll- ;,
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Hectlon of r>u(' of tin giant electric locomnllvcx built fur the <>ri at Northern ICnllwny.rPIIH
I'.in-li of thri'D /
and Ilor'klnollfl/ other' IndnnlrleH thin, ho has lounii'd I tho valuu IIr' Hint I will < .'

of ChlcnKO. money how to keep iirinniiils nnd i keep" has I> been bred., I ',". (
To win IhlH trip( Alvlna lnid ti> how to do hiiHlnosH In n I>IIHIIUA| I I li.nl, Dili' HOW Hint' liked to oat NF =:.Q: to a now typo of electric locomotive weighs, 7115,000 pounds.It I used as generators, braking tue!

submit a story tolling of her. club WilY. When. Hint boy grows up ,i-livl.' us. Shun would tour" under, mi 111 to be the largest and has a continuous rating of load and l at the H,111\10 time feeding
yl' work during/ tin your. 'I'lIllIlIluI'Y. and becomes n former on bin own, Ihi- ii'iici." nod' gut Into my chicken This uporls c"Hllln't'II' mostly most \>powerful the world. :HSOO horsepower lit 15 miles an current back infft the power system
which In given bi'liiw. 1 tells I uf her the clinnrcH urn Hint ho will bo ag(1(1d yard. I her In white-so. even though: it was designed Tests at the Kust Pittsburgh hour, but can exert as much as for other purposes.
club work In I !121i. / farmer" on n biiHlui'XS buslH. i her .! put u pen to weiin primarily, for temperate works of WcHtlnghouso company 7000 horsepower) Its speed Is This huge locomotive Is one of:
.\Ivlllll'" l.rlKTTbIK I t.lirrt' mad' to fatten her., A" weuthei II goes nicely in tills winter that built tho locomotive, variable from two to 35:; miles an two ordered by the Great Northern -
Moon IIH Hho was fut I sold her and

l Is my I third year In club tlnib too With u horizontal chow It to ho more powerful than hour nallwuy to surmount at double
tour" of the pigs: furrowed' on January drive operated steam speed the heavy of:
t grades
motors
wprk mid tint further I ad va11ee I'SI'O10\' n,\M :M\I I': striped rod und white sweater goskirt a steam "double-header. Fight
I. I /got $74 for IhoI VI'. ,! und ot. white through a hullo transformer from the Cascade Mountains which rise
In It Iho better, I like It. I havodonn .\ 1.1(OItU! ( 'II'lIttEI'OICH: coal oystt-t It can haul a tr&.a of ::00 loaded
Tire other little HOW brought; nmIhrio twill A red fell hut completes it freight CRr.I an 11,000-volt 25-cycle overhead abruptly frnm the coast In Wash
morn In club work tliln, year IV OM.V TIIKfOIIK.XItS: : pig; uiicxiH-ctedly., They ore I I -- -- .... ._- I It! drtws: current from the hlRh- trolley. ington. The present, line of the
jhan 1 have in the flrHt anil second line, ones' IhoiiKh. I then put two ('HIPS"Poor voltage alternating current lines Conversion of tile alternating Great Northern crosses these

I years put loRc-ther. Allhoiigli Tom I'ralor" Jr.) him | more HOWS hi the faltniilng/ pen I I nirendy up but It converts this to direct current by the locomotive mountains at an elevation: of 3385

( I have mode l sovurul nrtlih'H of born In Klorldu< nnd I'IIHCO county iiind they 'brought mo $25. rower to direct current for Us own itself eliminates the use of feet i
worked In the .KllrI, ,'". ( farming lends l to I tlu "...orrlll'm.
i lolhliiK.' only three years, ho ban worked, use sub-stations ordinarily required to The first of the pair of giant,
A rfllHcil rblckeiiH! and I lurl n number" of fruits. vcwtaldcH HO well with bin county' agents find for home use and expect:"" to bin l : I piiragraphor. as brakes and at tho sumo tho right-of-way./; This U a grout over the 24-mile section out oCyU.vUoinlnh.

und tomntoes worked a llltlo at I done mi much 111 his club work or" Home for" nmrki't next weok.They I time generates power enough to economic advantage.An / ( WUHU., the eastern

homo !Improvement and 'tl..t to that ion. IIIIK gained/ 1 reputation imlielng weigh about BO) ponndx.' < IIY'' With HID development' of the supply current for other purposes.Like Important feature, in addition. portal of tho Cascade tunnel at
( do inure tills roinliiK year ClirlHlniiiH I expect, to huvo HOlil poultry Industry In the state. Florida 1Alllllt worm on two Is the system of regl'lIeraI I tho summit of the mountains. It .
I luivo two slHters In club\ work : ono of the ()nIHIII"lh'ldllb' : quite'' a lot, of I hem.. I menu to should, become famous for fried dozen wheels thin .power engine.Is the braking by which the heavy ; covers ono of the longest, and '

and we nil havu our pardiMi 111i buys In (thn .llIte.( Ills county hoop. a record" of all I npend unit, I'hlckens.\ split In two. so that It can negotiate tritlns can bo taken down steep .steepest mountain grades in Amer 'I

i I. cethcr onn-thlrd bfloims.. to encli.of IIKc'IIt.V. T. Nettles ,recently! mild lake In on them. and /next year/ I I ;; turns moro easily It has grades without the use of air- ica.

In for Jnwt my had 5i In tills will be able I' The loss due to the rattle, grub I
M im. My dory of him : "If I ) boys l In tell' you that I'
third Wo hud okra ln'iinn. (onlnim have made' moro than $SS.! lias been estimated at from. $50.- The ('011.." States: Department
;r county like Tom wo could make I during; the your ending October old. reliable home town newspaper
beets -nbluiKO. i-nrroln, letttieo' nnd I 1)00,000)( to $100,000.000 uiinuul- Agriculture Issued 26,690.800''
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world's record hero. Tom Is Tom 31, 1U26.lu Is coming for the next 12 monthsor
tltrHwl'l'rrlPH.Vo' hinriiboiit 1BU u Prator.+ Jr. iy. for the United States copies of bulletins and ('lr'Ulllr.1,
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} tomato plants, and, when they always ready and willing/ to take '1'4)ItlY.1\Ii'r1'hI/ -- -: -- -/-: -
i. started ho"rluI/ would lick a the lend) In anything, we plan In UCEI: \J./C: the 10 years ending with
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bushel basket full twice u week. club work, und lu addition lie Is 1025, agricultural cooperation Increased A man who does not read and

real worker and does hlngs." GOIK'G 6KAtIt4GZN'? PERVIAPS 111A0 FIRST In every section of the observe has
) J canned nearly nil uf Ilicin. a ; pW'CO EY.'ttlE only his own experiences -
r
of Tom's narrative report of his. tEt' tit.p OMPAt44 V0tL 'rio( ) United Slates except u few remote
( We mixed I over 100 laud ZNINbe=ppvv!; GET oUVAOA t4A4 to guide him ; one who reads
J : chickens", this, punt year.Ve sold< club work was recntly singled out CETNYoSROVdIEBESLDES( =IWRNTou eeoV tFyOURElEAl2Nld't0S corners. and observes what others
: nearly all of (tIll} cockerels und a by State Club Agent' It. W. tOD JKONStRATETIVEPROPERWAY P04@AN vi SKAtCaI are doing -

few of the pullets which Motherthnneht lock us being among; tho "JlIIU'k-1 O DEPotcl' VO'1 'S t. UAiILEON O' 00'tL t tI The first month In the year Is / has the whole world as a

,, i were not Kood for laying tho ntate. His report .\ u_ : ?VIEtctR\NK AGUREEI6BT \ a good time to make sure that the guidepost.r/

I We- had poor luck with our turkeys My Experience: In t'IUIIk I
", this Wo net about 61 I came to Florida throe years / e /'. 1-, l 1'l ''
year. ''
eggs. They hatched very well and! ago. My mother had a nice flock Adding to Comfort and

grew line for a while. When they ot flue !Ithodo Island lends, when Good Cheer of the Home '

old they gota she came und It wan quite tusk d.mr.don..44
were about six weeks MtfUl Intariov tndi r v
that killed, nearly all of to build houses and pens for them. I Aai.e1..1 your bo.....to,it*cheariulneMt no In"'baauar.Hamwnloua .
dlneuHo color. achama for this..u.and woodwockrooma e.-
I them.Ve rained only 10( bin I helped and like to work among enjoyable/ and mar Uvabl, and ftanaraUftha p_the
We havo nr the (chickens so Mother told me woll bung of thi cnura huu.ledd.
they are lino ones.
of'' t c For platalng combination. 1 la wall dccoradoaSHERWINWlLUAMS
old turkey that In two years old that silo would give ma a pen krw

and I know ho will weigh''; 35 her bent If I would, feed and water ,
'ell\ of her chickens every day. I \
poun<1l1.
We hud Home chairs Hint won; Iliad plenty, to do to earn those I

BO old I WilY ashamed of thorn HC { pretty chickens lii'ciuiHo there were
tho chicken IIOIIKCH to clean. nests
I, ; I got Home vnrnlxh and 1 KIIVU/ them
look liUi to iniiUi and, feed trays to make.U4 .
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n tout und they do not III.I I !It th.loffiod wall fit\Uh to..... A tltt ml p....._Y.
well /
1 the Biiino <>|IIII-H.| I inn now KO-: us to tuHnv wuhe donwehout.rr.lunx. Iwny.fiMh in mlaaP..nui
choirs Met three t bent and, ralHod SIIIIKJ ; will am unquemoiuMy mar. unitary than nor \
I to do the dining "room
Ing I
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mighty/ flee chlckH. 1 Hold this one. Del> .u deconcioo aFar finuh.
.' next.t /floor, Mamoc Varnith. PloorUc! for th.Atmltu. AH
J (r'' t ti 1planlutl cockerel, for $5. I used Ibis 1UI>1I.1 .. ,'
content.
ShetwinWtlli of highest 'Ianami
5"a entered 1 the rlmyotc I YEN a t iMG01W G0 A ma product qu.bty..d
v1dw"aELPI/ IMMINV II A dkS=
the chuyuto and nave It | ey for Hpeiidlng money my llrnt You will "hi IntarMtcd la aha "" .toe a..al.....and PIa.T.am
'; the howl, cif earn It wan growing/ miner at tho Hoys'. I'luli Short I CAN'T STOP.'.' ; :'..y -YOUR' AFASt SOON ASIGETOVrtESKAt' wall fin..t>.. at our Kara

i t nicely nnd I wan .proud of It. and course at Onlnosvlllo _
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,I: 1 way lorry when the rain cnniu I put dlHpluy In the County I 'k 0 THIS NOl6 J-- For Sale By

and killed It. for I "'.).. I ho only Fair and took the. Urnl print! onthem. I
S ,, In cash, $5
I'nll llfi n
a JUt In l our i lull (hut bud NIII"1' <
;( fi 1 with It. It roveruil. a I IrrlliM and hunk\ ....IWHIt. $2.CO In tousle nt a JONESLumber
tree. drug store and, a pair of shoes.
was growing; over n plum
( 1 attended tho Illi'ln': Club Short I put my money lu the bank und
TalluliUHHen\ Inat June gave )Mother the $2.50 In trade for
CourHB
ZBINCE .
d I f C, and repruHPiited SI. Johnu rnuntyon lelplng mo. I \ "\ s & SuPply C
: tie Pluto coiiucll. It vn II8 aII I bought/ 11 HOW with seven pigs, ''. e o.

II t 1 wonderful: trip and I am working with my $l5. The. sow got'; nick ,

'j hard to go IIKIII II, and died, leaving" / me with seven
01 I certainly enjoy being n club baby} pigs I and I illdn't know much ,

.l i memlicr.. and wish I wouM, have about pigs either We had plenty\

known about It before I did of milk, so I fed them sweet milk t

Alvlnn MiiHteru.HOY and shorts until they could eat.

"a They grew fine. und when 1 got my f -- 1l Il l i I b IIiGalnosvllle CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO
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next set nf pigs I named these

J A Y'AItM: GIVEN:: seven "The Fat figs" : SUCCESSSpend

',1' S\ A fllAN 1'+:, IU'C: 'O\II-S: I sold some baby chicks that I __ h _
,1111'1(1\hss: I'.llISIEItIffy -: hatched Mother's Incubator, and
) f. your money with home
with the I bought u sow concern 1\lone7 spent wI
money :
( Spuds, Johnson ) with six pigs for $ t5, I named, The Queen Comes to School Hester a 1933. Fla.graduate-Jackson of Clem-n, foreign corporation never return RW the Gainesville

It la remarkable bow shun a hoy her "Pet. Two of her pigs\ : strayed son College s. C.. has been appointed Bus-IU service I. the equal to any competitor: and a
off und I raised the other four.Daddy .
the farm will pick up liiiHlnoss
on assistant chemist of the home concern.
practices and good" methods If /(Ivu 1 loaned mo the money to 101'1
a chnncB' nnd 1 thn pro|,,er encovragemeat buy nine pigs that named "The I Station and lias started to work
{Christ Poor IMgs" for $ :!2.50. and another
the
'; During/ at the main station. lie Is devoting GAINESVILLE BUS CO.
ma holidays I made a trip' to my bunch of 2 sows, six Hhoatsnnd / his time to soil chemical

>, lather's farm and my old home n barrow for $22 I fed them t .... studies and problems
community. As. my father' l IH /getting on swill that I got from thn two I J

old. my brother' who In now restaurants In town und corn that .
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on the plure. Is doing a good'; part pork to market I - - - .
of the work of managing/ the farm I killed one of the "Fat IMgs"for : -

This boy ban n chaneo which I home use and sold the others 1 I

never hadthat ot liikliiK l part In to maket. I sold two of "IVtV

boys' club work IIN conducted by pigs to market Hiived two to breed! a ', F C a t w )tiqt

the. county agent/ under, the supervhdon \ and killed I'et mid the barrow forhouse ; $s' 4 ERTILIZERSIDEAL
of Agrlcultnr meat t sent the meat to ,t ylf ,
'. of the :State: College 15 4,4 -;):
>t: ... Ills club projects have cold storage but 1 had bud l lurk '

t been strictly hU ow 11- -ho bus dono and I lost all the halts and three 5

l'' all the work and, niunuglni: of binprocii' shoulders' The bacon cured nil

] In nddltloii to rue other right. Mother' made l lard< enough

ft work '". has done around the farm. for the season. I um going to niv BRANDS

8:;. And what IK bent of nil hi him" some meat this year and menu. Inhavo e Mtr

r' been Viewed to keep the prollix' .some "gold, old. hum thin ; 'or citrus trees, truck and field crops, watermelons
Ills time.I tropical fruits, lawns and
1<' which have resulted from projects. UnwI'rB.'e have
S ''h And these profits while not butchered all but one of tin a frmllla( suited to the needs of every crop

largo In any ono I instance. have plus that I mimed "The I'oor i R, 1414 t We lire equipped to make prompt shipment of ideal. Fertilizers: In
1'14 perfect mechanical -
grown until they are now no Htnull Pigs. The sow that I kept condition. Don't delay ordering your fait
amount for a country boy on the brought" me live pigs on January requIrements

,. farm who I Is, Just. now 11 years t. I'.iL'H!I:?'; I raised. them all, three WILSON & TOO IER
ROWS and 'two barrows. I killed FERTILIZER COMPANY
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old.lie has deposited, of Ills earnings :ft of the last bunch besides. the Manufacturers of Ideal

In a ,savings bank In town. Imrrow. 1 now had eight; sows 'I I FertilisersWITH Jacksonville, Fla,
Although he lives 21 miles from mil five pigs to start a new season inilCH IS AFFD..L\TED

this town which has population\ I found that I had $88 after a FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
'kith ,
ot 13,000( when be, Hulks Into the I[ hadpald back the money I had ; SUPPLY COMPANY:

Jxmk, he (I" greeted by' tint teller sorrowed, and< paid for all the corn The\ J\merlc.. school "11)I'tlS/ a tlirUl, 1IIo'bl1DuI\ Qveruor via ORLANDO. FLORIDA
with "Hello; James." They have I t had bought.I his mhool. room imagine ka. tk.i. childrta la Madrid fell wbc 8. R. JOHNS. LOCAL 8BUJNG;
learned to know him as they do put some chickens In the conn- the queen of Spain dropped In for a visit The school is located Ir AGENT:

i kz some of their more Important city'' ty fair and la the South Florida one of the poorer quarter of the city but Queen Victoria didn't

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1 v. 'I' i ; ""i't u.uugs.' ; u shI.IJ''sIu'hg. : i If_v I 'Uchmond News Luudor/ li.day
TOLD HY OUU COUNTY (COUItESrOXDENTSt J 7 ,nltlll,,, 1 Ii 1 '11"It'll III II box i, i.llil,.r' Ih.u
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":..1! 1 .{ i"HI" it ."* .' "UHII r, Mil i'lii .. In uni .
II ... .ardmen ol. the (Chi.'Miipc.iko. ,mdJhlo ,
r,1: i' II1 ainl thai' ( Ii'') in.- 'h i'\ \ )
4. if. 4' it' 't' 4> 'I' o-o- <$> _..... "..:,..... J., eDoIt .) : J'0 .,1 , -","' >.fJIIM' II I NIK railway. t tinAtlantii. I '.ti't.
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+ 4 t:> I4LLS" ',-/ "-8"1 1 '"ipS,3 ", -* .uiitl I YI'U I I lo ToitiikliiM| lit*. u Hiu I 'I'me. the Seaboard'; l Air I, I l.liu, .unl, "I
\ .It: "'1fe'cto <1,... /: ,intl *Mii II of )"u itt .* h..h, >' titki '<' 'ther! railroads in 'tin* I'onHtei-it, t
} '" LAKEBUTLER BROOKERK. c __. I'' :__eMIdhl' K.. J appear ,
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\ @ ;" ... 'I'inatiii. il, ( t'out ut th' out iutiiM ,1'11 territory. iiewi p,, |I',i'
< --- t.;;: .. ".< '. In siarko.I mlforil" *11\'" Iho men are asked t tit \111"<, <,.I
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; } i""i "uiii, <.>,ii ti.iuibty" tlio Ttli 1uy;:: .nt ;
. . "' .. If> 4' + 4' 4'Messrs. .C7 ;J: '< I in',''mil A. l). I ''S7, tu IIIIHU ,'r 1 it 'I Iitt, ltei' thny will I I I n-iiiiilii i I In s,"'u t\-
u ..in bill of *'oini lnlnf .*.hll.II. *l liu 'S p as employes unlfiMs a n'I..1'", '
!Mr. John I'. ColDn president of S. (inlnoy and Rob ,. '{ .,mini' \'on In HnM Court, in thii '
'fo.. ... .. ../ i-tii I "n l 10'il u b\' lit K.'tli I iitr) nj.\"II''II'" I i.in I be nhiClllill I' ,u I tI'" ''I
WorldVeltaro Union:: bus bought Whltcomb, of Plant City came '!'Hr f' q.1-: "'" '\i < auttuli
i I. tnii' i i.inii' ..C i viiimhi.iI ; \ Is .IKHe.lllle" 'til h Hie fi II. I .ilh.ih 'j
two large farms during tho past Sund.iy, to Hpr-tul a few days here I litIlimlfnril' t 'mint' 'I v Tolt'Kiupli.' '. ., ,
; ; : : mall nnil i i's i HUM I nlli.'i-, I M
week for bin organization the as! guests of friends and relatives.Mlxs "I \ \L'J.'tp i %* fi'li, U us.'ttsu'ap.'s', | |pusli| |uti.u| I 111; I
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i II'1% '*, I di sIrnriI .iIltI', 1,0'1,1.' 1 I K.iin." 'moiiDESPAIRED' "
farina purchased were those of : l A n nli- Ward was n rialtorto ',. in. .ili,siMrtiali'il. JIM I Mi*. n..\\ .'u'Iu'i | ,.,it ...- --- .--- - 0
Mr.! Hardy B>'rd and Mr. II. n. Inch ii a Saturday. "t t\ tilt. h .i"hit 110'1.I '*' Mm II bi |uili' I .' 1
,',1.,1, l in. ('..'IM' 1'inivi"i'ut,, ,i\ ,, >\ i-i'" I
Varnes. The tureiiKe amounting Mr. and Mrs.. H. 1 Vh): Thomas! alit I / oii-inij Comparative Latitude of ,1mrrtfa' rr' Jrtrr Playground fl ith It"f tort Citiet of Olti ll'orltl. \ |tl IKI, ,III Hall! UutO, Itf 1IJMMIi | | 'J

to two hundred and sixty acres son Floyd nf Jacksonville tpriit i ," i ,ml,','I in, dfaiilt. Mntir| "1'1"1", I OF HELP?

with more than a hundred under last week here ns guebts of the lat- The Riviera. DlavPlace of conI ns !Monte\ Cnrlo in Europe They (If tho Canary Islands.. Tho major |I i I''I!,II.i, .I in,.1 r <,till lt t'i.
cultivation. Mr. Kohn of South ter's. parents. ::111'''. O. \\'. Thomas I I tiiK'titnl Europe becomes almost a think of Algiers or Morocco or part of I the Sahara \Oescrt, In fact, i' '. 1 il .1'K.I' I MM \Oil III Ml til i .11',' I
of Cairo Egypt; a.< really tropical tics north of the latitude of Miami ,; ,ml,,, I .ill a .110'"I' | K.I hi *t\\ i.I ii' i
Carolina will have charge of thu :III'i a u.111': ... I II.I 1'. Gnlney; were" i northern resort geographically places. far south of any mainland as docs about onc-hnlf of tho ffoo- |i .11 ,.I i 1 1 niHlaini, u III In- i .iK..,n n j jt I I.1 FOR RHEUMATISM

h Hardy Byrd farm for the organization visitors to i Lake Duller Thursday speaking when, compared\ with city of the United States. Graphical area of Mexico. i .. t < --"'.1 l .I hI v \nti unit. i ,t.. .'h .if mi.nut .
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,, ,i til' hshI ..h..11 1 1 .pi' in t i4l II h.'I'. i i iM.I
and extensive: trucking and h"richay.M I "The American Riviera". of which The fnct la. however. that Miami These facts bear out Miami'sclaim I ', 1 ,1) in( i xput 'ti nmiiio'i' j jI

and large poultry business will be r. and 1111.... H. \V Ilrnnnon of 'Miami fin.. Is the center. is some BOO miles nearer the equator to beIng America' one real I I In,* 1.1 nil.ilcrx:: i;:llx-il I i Itt ltd 1011,1, '
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carried on. Kivo hundred fowls Lake Ilutler spent the W"i""l-oi.d Few AIt1<'I'lcans. In fact realize than either Los Angeles: or tropical midwinter resort Although I MI t' I iiiiilulnl,.i. l \ h..II..C,.u "I'. =Xoi an: I'nlltm i lto'h- >u.|"Hai"> \\1 It 1,i iI | Then found simple treat mont

will be put on at once and work here HS guests of :Mr. und! :Mrs. II. !Morocco.\ It is 300 mIles south of actunlly north of tlio tropical I "i ti i 1 h\\ "nt (|.1..1"let., It) S,'i 1 Inn. .1.1.10"1" -., that gavi immodiuto! relief
lust how far south "America's
Cairo and! nearly 1000 miles south zone: by between three anti 1 four i I' 'M, I I t South ol I Italic u, ** '?' KJIM: I
Is being pushed on the buildings. P. (;ialiuy.Purvis. Kh-lcrn" actually is ns compared I of Nice. Monte< Carlo. Mentonc! sail decrees; this is offset bv the nearness .inrin, .!ih i) a.ll'i'i OH ami, \1\ \\i\n\ mid,
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The tract 1I111'dlll..e of :Mr. Varneu Lewis, of Jacksonville, whichbrinll's I' )I. 'mi, '* I in h Hi.ulfiml <'mint u > .Kloitil, .
with the famous MeditrrranpHn resorts. other resorts of the 1 European of the Gulf Stream
i 1.1 h, if t tin1, ..11..1' )1"111"| Hoiitfhi' Ini For
will be used" In the same way but \vni. hero among;; frleiuN Saturdayafternoon. I They think of Miami. per. Riviera. It is almost in the same tho warmth of the real | i' 1 1.1"111111') I I I In HII It) bill i I "C. 10,1" tj'''::01111 l III'IHI.'Il.years! milTi'ivd a prominent the man of Town-

the manager has not yet been selected. blIps' as in about the same latitude latitude as Mecca anti Calcutta, tropics tempered bv salt breezes ,mi,,1) -I' ,' ,K li.fin) 'i>i.liiHiiif ..T itutonil I ., nunt torturmi
the Los in this and IsIi'OOI hundred! mile south Miami's front door. I' i I o>i h IMHKI, 1 11"11 l i>n, Mali) liuulM, pain from rh.'umllli..lII.'I11I he l.iy
The farms are among :M. Moody of l.u'I'os"c'118 53 Angrrles country orlm flowing past .
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""I" ) i I Innaif <.r I InHIM. r. i ,III.t .- ilow I n nt night he. i-onKI! nut. slreji! for thu.
best Iu futon county and aro In n business, visitor here one tinythis -- -- t,'" ,in i* ,lit, nl. 11111,1 l l lino' h 'ttfjmf 1"1 i'tl "ln ,u' iui'it lug in joints! ami 1 musi-U'g. Then. ha
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.',1. M. .III., '-H. us-g'l. lu-l-' \\llh tt. li,MiiI.
I the center of I the ton thousandacres week.IIiiRh had. IMHMI a truest at thin 1\01'1111 I 111', ii. ,111', l l'...111 I. KiKMIl:, .111,11.,111, : i "ii.'f.. lifciui titling Sloan's Liniment anti it
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being developed for thenieinbt'r I DutliT (C'rosbr, 'laudo (11"OI'jIpU.hln"lon/ for a con Plo ('Ir'uult lliii.ir.Mil' '.;"nl1"1". lila In \\II|\ "I-HM I lln.. llnnorahb, A V l.oim, gave him roUst at once
; and, \ 7. AdUlnn.. .uuta, .-,'. it 1 hutn''i' >.0
lInlzallon. Mr. Crosby anti Sam: Molt motored to Ill I'lliilll I I'IMIII., I KlKlilll:, .1llilk-l.ll' 'T want to I that Sloan's is the
or the OI' or Hi! !
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c In ,nil, lllil.ir.n, '. II.?I.\ .htHlfllut.I'u'ltlit. \ lili-i mini u'. i h'rk. and I th<> hi>al I *f t Ihl( '*
Collln has been n resident of thistUJ'lIou Jacksonville I Saturday.Joe I In u Clnineei" "i''hiuhv. Hlnlu' of h 1'npll.I", ,,"" '..UrL III 'Its.' Town of Mliiilt. <'. Hunt-, Krenti'st:: rhiMimaiiHiu' miilicine that inon
and is Trnby of Starke, business --- lintrifiH'il. t '..11111.I I limit, > find ioiinty.' \ Slut. of I..I..U, t ibislhi tin market lo for thirty years, was n a COI'I DI'II- \ll"lIr'
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Mrs. H. (O. Smith of ValdoMa tlini, 't MOOIIRH, Ills ilsut'\ "I'U7U medicine\ I that. was ri'i'ommi'ndi'il!
In forwarding, the advantages visitor here Friday I lli.rellltlllllult" i" W. tII 'iuta: t \ :\: '1"1'11, to
Active Florida and Is a thorough; I: '1'. H. Plnholster motored'' to (In.. was I tho guest of Mrs. 11. M. CiiinplaliuiiitVM, I .. I'... tll%.,..... My 4'. A, KMHIIT., J II i', inn hut !Sloan's IK thu only ono that I
of } Snydcr Alonday.Mrs. Liinnlc ( it'frh et nl I. II t niipnrltiK hv nniilnvlt' 'illeil In I theHhovi I H M JOIlSH.. did mo any r'ulgun.I.. ho writes.Sloan's .
believer in the future of his state. Lnka lint tier Saturday. 'I.\\1 lefonilunlMI'orei I, : 1.1: )'I.l, ;'..uiI.o t hv I tin:* :tihovn I t4.II''It'u'. for, C''II\I.la\ i Inn, itt :
.. ._ named, Unit I Arthur I"*. 1"11 t II ;.u 2Iu I riv"11< minI help\ because it
I. It. Inluey was attending; to ---- '1. .... ol MoHuitui*. i oinplnlniinl. _
:Municipal Plant "Solil IN; ; TIIK u : ;.V.XMI111; I I -' TIII'J u i frAI'13 OK :.Miiorer, the ili, ,reiiilunl, I tin.I ,rein l I. nilllaen _. _. diH'Hii't just ,deailrn, I tliii nerves. HyHtiimilatini or'\\
The Lake Bather city council! Inisiness In Star lie. Monday and : II. i AVImberU: \ of HlRhliinl 1'M.OHIUA. : nf tinSI 1.,He or li'lorhlll, hill,,' -- --- i u ; tliu I ,rirculalion( it helpn"

and cold storage Tuesday.The U ,'IHllln at the homa\ nf Win reus, ,M. iiliI'iii'Iiug" \l.v alllitiivltll 'han aliMeniiil. nnil,. ioiieenh.il hiniHolff \ I'll u orNo list 1.II'.It.. .. I the l.oily to clear out the poisons that
:sold Its light |>|.enile.l. I tu .Hie /.1I1..r "',CiilillilillDt, III i',inn iiilliint, I inoi,' ''e thiin sixty iltiyH/ '11 a :'11 '\ to
to the Florida Light, and infant .son of Mr. and Mrs. her diiiiiiliter Mrs. Nelson Croon 'the iul!...\',' Htllleil,' CIIIIHIi Illlll' .1. II( pi'lor, to h Hi.' I Ii,. .nlnu, ,,, ..r shuN ordi'i. ,anilUnii ,. are, cuusinu I the pilln.
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plant which corpora- II.V.. nrannen of Lake fuller due1. I lo( I the Horloim h ( I Illness of the e full I I'elltilll\| | u eul'|Mnil' Inn. one, nf ,, t "pi"." HS. iniiu.it h ( h ln. nei\i'il I upon" : : ) l.-tt I U hi'litb\;. : n\\t\ ..u I tiat( I II"I I ,' Just apply I lightly 'a it Ii out ruMiini, .
Power company, u tin I .11'C..I.i'M. him In pel'HOII.., That I he ilefeiiitiinlIH .,
tllelein n.uiieil I irti ,, ,
Is II r.-Miilar iintninl I I-IIHK I I -r i'h.I im u uI ulioldtiH
tion will extends Its lines and fl.llIt their i homo Thursday mornIIR. latter lli.ll-leHlijenl. ..( (dli.' I<...I..C Klurlilii 1 ..\.r'l I \\ ,'ut' \ ....tieeiirH, of uu<. ,amino I i.r l i In- .nnk I \, ..f iii' ,", t'. ullt Kinht( away yiui fci 1 III Ki'iitlo:: KOW:! of :
(n 1927. The in- uml lloeH ., one "Kiioxtn li. ntniiitl, t tin* net'\ I I.ol I.'< warmth I comfort and, I in nlu "
citizens of the January lint lm\e u pin.i 'o I' lillpllle I.. lii'ld In (UN ".lItI", 1h1s1 r.114, InMm mitts ( a >rt I
reach far more f.i lit was two months I antI 1 thirteen u $s ur Illl UHiMIt III tin- MlllO' lif n Mill,,poe,utt upon,, \vlinin ", .."lel Uf. ,I-'I'', 11... mi, ''( in -.ini' ,I tnti.it. SIs time tin pain :tops./' (let a bottle to '
vouuty than could be done under I DP hitch flropii; of Jni-kMonvlllo. 1 110..1.. ., a ".1 I tlieie IM no one In th,> ..10..1 I u the MI 1.1 ilefenilatil." "IttU", at 7 :HI .p tit, l I.> i'I.] i i ,i ,I'.i.udof 1 All '
has been days: old., The remains were laid( Slate, of I'-lollil.l, the set"\ I lee nf .II i 1'1"1< TMimiinti.nt.i.i: :" : thattin ,lIr..I.l .i I .i' I'h.I i-ti-,nlnu,. I ,u. and I Ito day. druggists-35 cents.SloaiVs.
t the city charter tho plant to rest III the Mt. Zion urrlviMl WiMliiOHil.ty for n vIsit with "iil.u.l.....nil iinn| \\litiiii \\ ..ul,1 MM.I Mllhl.lo.r.t""h"., ,,' i '. Moi.ierhe Irmtxui't .',,,'h olb"< i r bit-un, ,, hH IIHllia \
.a paying one but the price of cemeieryFriday his ia rents; Mr.'anil Mrs. A, 11. I the Hiil.l .lefen' <'oiiii-., In.Tut ., I IK in,
( well re-lmburso morning;, .III' Illl.lllll.|., |1'1!I.,.. ..t llllKllleHH, Illlll' I'lll. e the hill ..r ."nphilllt' .lllnl, In MihlrilllHI' It A U'Si. '\1 I |1'\l \' IS,
$60,000 paid 1 will CJrecn.MlMM: .r. i 1"'II'I..u" I., I" I II... $u.s.' "r, oil or, hefolr. lt I..II.| ""' I the ;'III.h 1-31-Jt-l' I M I 'i, -Iii.r.
for Its Investment.HAMPTON N.'tt' \"., n u tin- ('ii of New 'lii> of Ki'hruarv' AH I I I 1 27, olherulne -
the city :: kilO :'I''r'!: : ;! y: u l !: : ;:: ; ..1/ : i
l Hiirli ; It ,I' iinl.Ti'.l, I tlimHill. the n ut'a.su h.iui. i-lllil hill -" ---- --- --- ---
<$ <> 4. <$> 4> 0 4' 4'
: I IOtlu-1; I li-lllln. Mlxfl. .
t7. Luclli tl) ulolu .'. ..Io..lIt. ili'ri-inliiiit, l I.., inn, ) Mill he u tllUeu, IIH eonfeHHeil I h\ Hillillleleltlhinl ,'
. %4'I.I I : .I 'S 11,11'.11'. :115 I/Ii-iiment
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:Mitchell i MIsH Thelma Brhl..oll.lIIR8 II lioreby riMiiiirt'*! tu I, |l'I'"hli'| to the> .
4' : lIlj ::: : : : MI.I.IIM.NolUe : :
.,.r i'oniiliiitil| tllfil In: Hill.I .muni, :* IT IH I'l'IITIinil' IMIIIKUKU: Hint
.4 : | Myrwin Jackson. Miss !.MarlnMrMfiHter on or h..r.1",1", ,'. i II... Tth .1.". thin oilier: he |,1011.111'.1) || | onif. n \\eelt KILLS PAIN
4' h I I Ix helel.x ,
UK. I. I (lull t Itos''MhluSsr
LAWTEY : : and Miss. Myrtlre Jni'k-, ..r IVIiriinry, A. '. r"27, lit Slnrki'. for, h'our, I'oiiHei'''itl lvi> weekn In I tin* Illinillll, I ,
( III. ellhK .1 I"h( 'l.i.'KnlilelN
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Kloi .... "inlforil ( oiint'IVIeirinph' ., u ""WH'
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4' soIl motored to Cainesvillo Wednexd.iy. nf h III.u 1I".It..1111 ".IMIllnnli" .
.. irenernl 1 'Irshutluu ,
1.'I."r
f. | I'"hll..h"uII'.II"III
m lie -
> will ''iilir>il nKtilnpt Nil 1.1'
I I I ,In i held i In I MM I u .
il, .. It' liinMllM I I I'HIM IIIStlllhe
in t4tiirk liiailfonl
.4> l"KllllllllM. ..r cl.'IVll.lllMt tlll> .11101( Illll Illlll Of I the I'OIII-IIIl ,I- 1.1" I I'oiinlv, KlorWITMXM I"I'i'u'I.. on,, Til., I II I '11127.' Ill 7 :ill( |1'111. l.i ele."I ;\I i h"'II'.1|
't> :; : the I.M nil of W Al-
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<*, Y. loft last week for ,Itl.iinl' \\lll t he 1,1"11 IIH .confeHHeil hy ..C ill ,,,'lillHfol, II,.. .... .
Mayo
It .. !I' > n llllIK \ it .IIHltlllllHIIlt '
Miss MadKO Mlddleton< wan the -..11,1) noit-i' I'Hhli n, I .l< f.'liiliint.' ii.ii\ .1..I.'I I I .r II ho VII i. uIu'I I I 1. SIN well ,, ,.. hARVEY M. SNYUEK
.II'h u h. '
1)o'nIHon-llohhy New York where he holds a responsible I IH a hill HI>..1(1"I ... to C"'I"H"" a .ulirt-, .P' I III' scull ..r 'IhlHolirl.. I IhlH the ,, III ,",I "'.1 ''s IN 'tllll\ r rI
charming I hostess "ni. l.er.il'e I them I I
; to tho II. (11.! 11.
4lh of
A l I' lfiU7.
eight ihiy Jnniiary
Saturday evening, at ; MIle over an, 1111 <'1'1 hcM hy the '
Last with the dress. .
and Miss position dull on Monday evening/; at her lanils ili, ,,,,,,' Ir'I l lh.*ri'ln ,s 51,1 t.. "i, ii-' II I W. AI.I'KHM:' AN, I I II I Itri'l'll" i. '
'p.m. Mr. Avery Denlson Manufacturing company. Mrs. home Mdlxon\ ..1.r..llInl.. lionnle t"n\ \\ foul, In I tli. "I'lolk I'lrrlltl\ I '.",irt. ItrinlfnnlHeol 12.:11-21.1.7.: I "II/Oh''",' I Mortician Starke 1<1a.

Estella Hobby were quietly II.married II.Haner -. Mayo and two little daughters; will on avenue :11011-ri'Hhll'Mt;el, the:: JtiilKetn llefclldllllt': ::: lien: ;nKlllllHt of u the I:: Hillil:the' ', ( ) C. A.I'oiinlv:KniKlit, :l'lorldnfty l is. i'.. % 0MI1: Of HUM UMOI.IH.HHMrii : Member of Florida Funeral

at the home of Rev. remain In Lnwtey with relatives Miss Milil ,lioiinle. f'fuwforil/ ..,. fur nt hue "\. S (MIMVIH.Soil. : ; IMN'ol j
Nan
pastor of the First Christian fur n while au I Haner of- C.. who has been visiting Misses It l IH further onlereil. I that IhU 1 1-7-M-2-1.' : It'.. .JH li'i--b\, ulvtMt Unit I I hit
church here. Kev. !\Mr. !Mayo in New York where they oilier I h,' ,
Josephine' nnd Thelma Itrlnson .ptlhllHlieil out e n \\eek fitl ri'irnliii I' ILII"U"II1..II".C I I lbt I > ..I"dc- I I .
ficiating. They are at home at will reside. at four i'""",'c'"II\'.' wi-ultH 'In tin1lirnilfonl ttobhM'H' I of I bo Law Icy Stain I Itissk
Klftouo. was tho guest for several I I '"""Iy 'reli..rinph' a wpelt- '% 11"11'1 of: I l.llWll'.V, 1 : Killtll( I I I Inhild I : : I In:, :IIH,
Hampton. U. It. Thede and Ilev. noblnson ,days of Mrs. JJ. K.: Corpening. 1 Iv newHpntter imhliHlieil' In Hiurku' -- h'IIIteh'K i OOIIIH, In I.axvlxy, |''li.i Ida u PHONES I
They have many friends< here took a trip down the state last I"Und for.l s '(lisihty HlrtrlilaThis I In "I'lienlt" I'ouri, lirnilfonl (Vnnly, on 'I'ti.'Niluv. .laniiaiv, : I 1H, lIl2'1. at ap. i
-- --- January Cth' A l I. 1H27.II. (I'd tin, I.hi I In I 'hllll..Y.' .'n'"i.. i I.o it't.| \ a I 1.1 1 of dii 5'*>i I I.*" H Day 1 Night B9-W
who wish them much success and week visiting several places of In- I\Ir. iinil Mrs. II. !I"". Domnrest) W. AI.I.f..IDIN.!, Th.i ".'.'..1",1, InMil, ""I1I.r Colnuililii m ", fur, t tho oIsMlu pug M-iir and. I lo u tinnnai'l, : -
terest. They returned home (OlHrlnl I I Hunt 1 ). Cl.'i:k I'lrrnlt; Court, i 'oiiiplalnanl xtii'h. olhiT. biiHiiii'MM, IIM 'may ,''''11'' licforn -
happiness.Miss and Mrs. J. C. Robinson motored u KnlKht V u KnlKllt, SI u I'll n. Kill.Hollcltom A.H 111,<'111. With HeWitt C. JoaN If '
Horn Johnson of Jacksonvlllo. Thursday' after a very pleasant I lo Jacksonville Monday. for Ooinplittniinl. MlhH 'I'liiupklllH. Vrltle. I 'roluliklllM''' l > VV, Mm.' .! .|II1 :-;;. I r \

first osBitant In the public I trip. -------- I 1-7-51-3-4. --|hi.-_|_._ wife_:__ ,_ _mill- (the h.l I.S..tl",1. h., 1 12.IIZuII14:1iaizi : | ; .- -I'.lttlibT.- I",''hIIuUrnIItilmfthIiiflifl, ,. "IIIIIIrn,.,. ,,, ",111\111I",111, \, I """""'!"?"" II"j
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school he-re, entertained the following Mr.\ and Mrs. II. C. Cox nccompanloil : 1 Mr.! T. A. llrlnson and cl"lJl" h- I

/ Kiiosls lost Sunday: Misses < by J. II. Moorp mailo n ler.s, MlNBCH Josephine and Theliu.iof Takes Rank t ti

Lillian L. Watklns. M.ihoney llubyS.ntt business trip to Starke Thursday.Mrs. Fiftono were visitors to \BtarlieMDnday : : ??ev'( 5wC'rfta/ : of A mcrica Ti i I

.1. O. O'llara and \ It. II. Ttiedo was shopping; /

little. i41'h and n. .lames Mrs. all nf MrClonnyjll \! in Starke Friday. I With Schedule Icatmint-. Headline Games and Races : John O. Thomas :

N. 1'. King, of Tampa, is V n. Reddish spent severalclayH :Mr. (I. K.lrk T.owlH is visiting/; -. ----- I
Iu Plant 'Ity lust week lie HIlS'I'EltI.u: ; : : .5l'IllrI"I'I ;
vlhltlng his son B. J. King thin his lirothor-ln-la\v and sister, Mr.anil .
I was accompanied homo by his xls-I / IIrK.Jau I Shin uk In Jackson I
WeekIlev\ Hliirlif, I"Inrl.UCOFFINS
lerIIIllw.II'! ''. Isom RoiMUlt, : I

hicks of Waldo, filled! Illsriuulcr who will be guest; of relatives hero ville. I I II
here last S rfY:1
appointment fur several da'H.MpRdall1PH .

aundiiv' ( morning: and evening. At Heddish and. Torode 4' 4' 4'I' 4' ,!' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4 fr I -- -- --- .

tin- I'vi-niiig service. ( subject was worn shoppliiK; In Starke last week.P. i' .5' I 4'++'I'+++++++t .i..+++++-Hi
1 .. i'e- .-
Brim Full The scripture h. Dlnklns. who works in If

ton'.d to was John the 2<1. chapter Jacksonvillespent, the week-end b ZIFF 4' & CASKETS +

und soventli verse. And they tilled with his family here. 4' V I f and a Cull Line of ;t'Undcrtal )

them up to I the brim. Mr. and :Mrs. Ilrow.n and, daughter -
4' 4' 5' 4) 4 4 .
. !> qp11' :
, Hnv. Hicks Iu his able mUII'l'r.dl"c'us..el frum llalford wenin LnwteySunday. f SOAIt$0 ..01 TM e SU45MII4E.I I I"T..sr ::1: >cfli. Supplies
beautifully the :\ and :Mrs.' Joe Klderbco: and /

necessity of very a life full of service Mr. and ..irs. .1'. O. flodwln nnd little tighter, of Ponipano' spent iP1a4 I AUTOMOUIM2 I1EAKSR

for God and a high standard of son spent Sunday, with Mr. nnd hint week here with Mrs.' \Klilorlice's : I

His sermons were Mrs. U. II. Heddish.U. parents. :Mr. and 1 Mrs. 'r. I Ii)I. i, Always' an hind. Tb. toal ..rv<.. [
Christian! living. II I I .t th. ......, ,..._. "' "Hlat.*
enjoyed' by an unusually large audience A. Hlanchurd wax a business Dyal.Mr. II I ntlon In (.1..r.|ih. .r4....
of eager listeners and visitor to Starko Monday. and, 1111.l ... U. H. Thomas, nnddaiiKhter I I ICKC.IMm: !: KMU4LMKK; ,

many of 'them returned to their I Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Hosier are Hazol: spent the weekend ?J Jf& I t HEWITT C. JONES s:

Ideal at Fairbanks with Mrs. I How ;
homes brim full of higher visiting In Lake Huller.I (

There were 77 pupils present ut Mrs. Nolan from Jacksonville ard. :f: STAHKK. FLA. f ..

the Baptist Sunday H'hoolll1.Ht Sun has been visiting her son hero. Mr. Pervls I-ewln of Jacksonville. :t:

day. The Intermediate class witli.Mrs :I Bon Itowe and family have spent last week hero. with his hi......+++++++++++ ++++++4

IA.. Wynn as teacher won moved In the Torodo house on Ilar'nl.11': and Mm. J. ,.... I.uwlw. .
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Lake and :Mr. and !Mrs.U'lmbcrly --
tin- banner and their Sunday avenue !Mr.! and :III'''. I II. I 10.: Thomas and
I will I have charge of I thonrndford
crowded ,
Bchool room was so badly son. Floyd of Jacksonville spent i"OR"
honda where :Mr Howe VERft
that I they could scarcely he furnished part of last week hero with their

with seating; capacity. formeily resldod.PINE parents, :Mr. u'ltlIrs.: J. BThomas. f&
S
Tho school! voted to build two I : ) YEARS1'iarlcm ;

more large; Sunday school rooms e> 4' 1' 4) 4' i' '! 4' '!> '$> 4't :MISs :Martha riroover or the #

nut! $:J4i! ( wore donated with which 4'f firiiham' se't\Inn, spent tIme wool I ICLQE

to start the work. 'b enil, bore, with her mother Mr-\ ,"< oil hds been a world. :,

Dr H. M. Fuver Sunday schoolsuperintendent. CASTLE J. II. Kclloy. iuJI5I4 POLO ;.I i KC! remedy fur k :'lucy liver and

; Is a regular live 4' 4 Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Dnnlson und ", iI I j!L ,id<.{cr dii: <:Jrdt'r'i. rheumatism,

wire. He always alms high and 4, 4 1' 'p 4' 4> 4 4, ( i 4>
never misses. lie gives everybody I :\Ir.\ C. Hull and -son, Oscar, nf Lake huller spent I Iln "arru'l I *

a cordial welcome when they attend i and :Mr. I':. J. :Mi'Iue. of Waldo j I end with t their' parents 1 Msz2 LK r- C 1 II II I

and they leave with a desireto motored to Starke one day last :Mr.. J. W. Lewis.Mr. I GoW4lD4:
I
come again. :, week. : and Mrs. I. W. Pyal of Graham. I HAARLEM OIL

Mrs. E.O1.. Dyal of Pompano Is :Mr. W. II. Harvey and daughter spent Sunday here with rel 111.j

visiting friends and relatives hero Jessie Mae and grandson; Arthur atives.

tbls week and 1 Mrs. Oscar Estes and T. n. Thomas was business, visitor I .orrectlntcrnnltr'iublrs.iiUmulatr, vital

H. A. Delk honorable mayor of son Raymond all of Waldo, to Starke Monday I .r nnt Three HI/ 'i. All ilrli Rist' mustS

the City of Hampton was a business pent last Thursday at Mr. A. C. I I i the oriitmul iteinune. O n. i hi Mi. .&,

visitor to Jacksonville this I Mall's.

week. Misses Clemmlo and Ladle FaultyElimination "' 5" L,>....'1' !,; ..4.. I At.INj;:
1I/1111ert Sunday for their home In ,
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Rev Pratt of Gainesville, of the The most varied and elaborate scheduled
Tampa to begin their mark :Monday to participate more. dl Willie KleIn are among tho golfing
VnltPd Drotherhood conducted promam !of sporting eventH ever rectly are Tcndlcr! anti linttun. ttars who will toot their skill PATRONIZE
at theI schetluk'il bv any American winter Pins, and Lcto on
evangellstlcnl! services Mandell and O"ncr, the Miami
: Mr. 0.V.. Sheffield and :Mr. h".l.J/ He- CorrccUJGim.J flint (resort ha? hceti orranir for the the Shekels courses during the scaMon. i
church last Sunday evenIng boys and nerhnps IIO.MI: IUJSINKSS: :
Baptist In li iemuii: (. Loud I leuUh. recreation! and of
Rogora were shopping; Hampton tiutiou ) entertatnmt nt Younir :Stribling;
, ot three o'clock. The subjectdiscussed I visitorg to Miami this With iliir Hill Tilden.. Jean florotra 1mIjI'S'U.J.E): ; : : :
seams Gar
Saturday.ih1'oli'r.'r j Wood. Carl Fisher, W. J. and other
was "What will you do I you. would be w"lI. see tr) the exceptiur, of bnb-sl"' ------- IF and of
owners outside
Jesus?" Ueautlftil pictures elimination.Faulty kid- ikiincr.. skntinir. will feature the play on the
with TO TIIU'K I xnnw-hiillmir! and rrack speed! boats will after taped BUSSES
drawn and the subject was hey action i> nnit' toxic material iimilar'/ frigid diversions, Miami! go: courts. There I M a po I were (;iioMtsYou :h new records In a series of motorboat ity. too. that Suzanne Lcnirlen ansi
i to remain in the blood and seems to have its '
ably dI8'u8..el.flder upset the whole system. Then 'about put on 'proirmm races. Although hotter than others of C. C I'ylo's professional, Schedule
every sort of
outdoor 70
J. 1'. Haner will preach have the opportunity of getting Is have one to tired
apt a innd recreation
church of on tho calendar bv a men! sled, Wood's! iiuartet of fkill, nt Miami In February. FOR JAX-!) a.m.. I 12 m.
Christian Genuine Selected" Seed Irish
at the First languid< feeling and, sometimes, I lOne of the Mar attractions for "Sunshino:'! Hables" equinm-d with ,
I\ Hampton next Sunday morning Potatoes direct from grower In a toxic backache or headache, iport.smcn itenr>rnlv! is the I.Vdny liispano,, airplane onurines and ami I'ulo. bowhnir on the green Jal und! I p.m.

and eveningGrove's. Central Maine at a good saving In and often some irregularity of I racing meet of the Miami/ .Jockey crack boats entered by other -even horseshoes, checkers '
con- and chess-a eame for taste FOIl'II.LE; :-!U:15) : a.m.
such Club. every
Secretions There the
price. See A. H. Moore. .Starke us scanty or cream of Ameri- I"..tll 1118. are counted on to rival -Is provided In the
at once. It burning passages.;; More and 'ra's racing itablcs will compete even this record / official sportsscheduln. t 1:1: 15: and (> : I5 p.m.

-b- I more people ore acclaimingthe I for purses and$ stakes ntrvrrirating Golfing!!: of course, ha* been Swimming
too. of
value of Doan'a Pills $.;;l".OUU! course. Silt
1118"Iay: :Matthews and :Miss a From mi.i-January e-lven .
proper emphasis' as a favorite .vat..r; or frrnh. Shallow ---- ---- -
:Margaret Layton. of Hawthorne stimulant diuretic in this con- until March the Hialeah trnrk recreation with the winter I AduniJunlnic or deep. .
Yachting
dition. For mnre than furty will he a center of interest for Canoomtr..
were guests Tuesday of Miss Florence vacationists.. Full opportunity" for Fishfntr for the
Tasteless Doan'a I ,Florida I flirhtinir tarpon
have br
n winning visitors. -
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yevn
either
Matthews. lwnthe I. For thom. who match or tournament nlay and/ suilli-h.. hunting In tho Kvernrlndoi. : ": \ .
country over. like fast fisticuffs has been provided at the do.nncourses : !HERRPTi" -/M'
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Mutnnnn. i lloresbackridmu r[ /
[ Ask your nei/JlihQrf two fight shows weekly will '
now accessible, I inrreoter .!I.e Or ; I."r.'I: : :
lust sitting thsinil. .
Chill Tonic Mesdames O. L. Ileasley. E. 8.Ialthews. 'be staged. Mr. Gene Tunnoy. theftudent Miami area. With tho : '. ionkl/v 'in sunshine! on "or H >" '" .

:\ J. M. Mitchell and A. p S champion who outfought new courses now availablen'_ do- With thu schedule In which 'urphl I._' ... "r 'c .r ), '11" d

Makes the Body Strong. Z. Adklns motored to Jacksonvilla I DOAN'SStimulant ; in Dempsey on some at of Philndclohia these will look voteS of driver and niblick need go every visitor mnv |loin either an C; ,....t' ir'uuPrl&BCOJt j
bouts. Gene
I Makes the Blood Rich. eoc :Monday. They were accom- | Diantie lo ,ft_ KiJr-: will be there. however as without Walter his rtftilv,! shot at Koirey. spectator or participant, !Miami >':" b SPPC-
I| panled home by Mrs.. L. A. Davis' rr-.KiII>...c..I4f&.C"--.N.Y. I tator. not principaL Among tholleW"h flatten Uent Sum/en, e' Hobby Jones. Leo Diugel and Winter I Drll" Store.
I If'f" : ,! _Sport.!: Capital; ot America.


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,; a Starke man looks after that, but alas, when we discovered ROAD WORK IN CLAY COUNTY here to Palatka Is yet to be hard- plated In two months. The county
Bradford County Telegraph surfaced, and then there will be roads are being built of the
we were raiding in the "TU" a Starke man's paragraphs, we The Oreen Cove Spring TimesIn very
a good road from Jacksonville best material and favorably
j: simply called for the smelling salts.-Gainesville Sun. When Its ]h.u"t issue In giving/ resume compare -
to all
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 through Green Cove Springs with the state type of con
of Clay county's road work during
" I \ license from South and Central Florida, The struction. A hard road
Ii'.. w you bought! your marriage Judge hers you dealt the punt year hud the following to Keystone -
'!I, I'"I"'ishcd Weekly on Fridays' and Entered as Second Class with another Bradford county man, and, may it be long incoming to say (concerning/ t the excellent grading point to on Jacksonville road No. 3 Is from progressing this lake section Heights of, pausing the county: through, Is soon the

i Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida when you write your last "thirty" probably a Starke Hystcm of roads, under. ooiislrucitlon rapidly and the bridges across to be a reallzaton. all of which
I In that t 'oun t y Of this system -
, }; .c Matthews_____.________.______Owner and Publisher man will officiate You'll have to admit that Bradford county Urudford county lit uirttculiir-- murk creek mid the mouth of Doc"tor'a will give to Clay; county as fine a

',J ':; J ( :Uobinson__________________________Managing EditorSUHSCItllTiON and Starke produce men who get there. |ply 1 from interested Green 'ove In the Spring rond leadlnK to the This rondo lake ,will completed soon bo will started.shorten and road with system little as there/Is coat to In the the people.state 1'

,''J' :.. 0I Bradford county line to connect I tho dlntanco to Jacksonville six These are big things but these
KATE ONE: OUT, ONE: IN or seven miles. The county road are not all of the good things we e
with the road now being mi r faced
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.. under the (direction of have to'jubilate Mr.
program over Penney -
Evidently there are some trustworthy trusties at Rai- by theV.. LOUR/ Company, run- r
-r Pearly, $l,5Six/); Months 75c-Payable in Advancet the board of bond trustees of tipeclnl Is going to locate 6,000 farmers
from Starke. This road
ning east
t 1 Advertising hates on Application ford, and state convicts who escape from the state farm or IK now hard surfaced from Green '' road and bridge district No. at Penney FPms, and he Is
j' 4 Is making fine progress./ The working out his plans
from road camps are sometimes recapture A couple of Cove Springs to a point two miles along lines
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J sure prove successful.
that had the following comment west of the Penney farms! and the
be settled within papers up way : two miles beyond Penney Farms, It Is a big but
to undertaking
; > pave or not to pave i is a question ( Times estimates that It will be ent'I'ely Mr.
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I Those! editors who take a crack at the state prison farm and the grading Is being pushed enney Is accustomed to things of \
the xt few day completed! within four
every time there is an escape might have something to say months. with all r iiHHlble rapidity., This tills kind and Invariably he puts
o I road will*p'+las 1 Klngsley lake and them over. It Is Impossible to es-
.xt Sunday i is January the sixteenth. Don't go for a relative to the fact that when a prisoner escaped the other day The Without article doubt follows the: connect with a hard road to Stnrke. t tmlute the great material good this

pie ire ride without a new auto tag. another was caught who had been absent several months. handicap! Clay county and greatest Green The grading on the Middlelmrg development will..be to the county
0k' And the captor was! a trusty who has been in Raiford 11 Cove Springs has had to contend road! to Doctor's Inlet has beencompl..te,1 Tarpon Springs'.
nnd two miles of rock -Building permIts -
"If business ii good, advertise andkeep It good ; if busi- years.-Gainesville Daily Sun. Tampa Tribune please copy. v ill has been the lack of good has been laid. It Is estimated that Issued here during November
roads. The county has been cut off
nes ;is bad, advertise and get it."-Albia (Ia.) Union Re- Starke Telegraph.Unfortunately fiom the world. This handicap these two roads will be entirely totaled $301,200..

pub1'nn.. the number of recaptures does not equal I IK now nearly overcome. Abouts finished In about four months and Clewlston.-Conlract let for
. 0 the number of escapes. Even if it did, it would be an expensive ?von miles more of the road from the road to Palatka should be com building new school house here.

-de the laid Tenth street item. It would be better to have five and -
over newly pavement on sec escape no --- --- --
' v. an improvement it is and then get your neighbors to returns than to have 10 convicts go away and five recaptured. )

:y go 'ii with you on paving your street. The fact that when a prisoner escaped another was caught t'l[i[ TilE GREAT AMERICAN HOME 1]
+rag -- i is nothing to brag about although( it i is better than if bmh 1

1 / \ or be tagged"! is the sheriff's motto. lIe has instruc- were free.-Tampa Tribune. : .

till! from Tallahassee to strictly enforce the auto license o -
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lay .mmediately+ after the last day of grace, January 15th. FLORIDA WILL NOT QUIT

,; 0 I The United States Supreme Court disallows the contentionof
,;'a could not learn the name of the fellow who suggested I Attorney General John B. Johnson, Peter O. Knight andJ. '

_f Jan' ry as "Laugh Month" but he occupies a nicely padded F, Glen, able lawyers, that Florida has a right to bring action 1 1f

J' hon in Chattahoochee with guards to keep off bill collector! to test the validity of the inheritance tax: provision of ::' raifiVcL'{ No.!' r -

0 the federal revenue law (WILL.t NOT LET YA BORROW
What here for?" Babson asked students at
t, are you The decision, probably based on the view that the stateis /4-;: : = AKY PUTlufiS OPFACOAT MK
F101..laVoman's College. If each student the correct I
. gave not prejudiced and that it is not injured, as a state, by the / IfYOUV.S SHY SO MEa
.::1: rea: *i the world's greatest economist would have food for tax, does not go into the constitutionality! of the provision _--_ PoKFR CF JPS C-0 ON DOWN

Z" thought.Another. whereby; the government rebates 80 per cent of the tax in \.$V5 TH' STORE AND BUYDon't

professor has told o the truth and also started those states which impose state inheritance taxes. It simply
denies to Florida the right to sue as a state. :
som ling: when he declared that many ailments are only I.J
'i Under the decision, the right is left to individuals to bring (
, \ imagination. He could have added that laziness assists the
: (' imagination.T': action attacking the law and this probably will be Florida'snext r
step, so far as court procedure is concerned.At .

,,1' keeping with road improvements 0; over Clay county, the same time, the opportunity to bring about the repeal k-: -- ', 2w1'H

: Green Cove Springs will vote on a bond issue of $270,000 of the law by Congress remains open; and Senator

,": for :reet paving. Starke could use several miles of additions Fletcher's reaction to the decision, which was announced o

'I : street paving to advantage. Monday, was the immediate introduction of a bill to that end. !' l
o -- A similar bill was introduced in the House several weeks ago IP f I l

'i ,:e governor of Tennessee ascribed Florida's hurricane by Representative Green, of Florida. pfl ; h c1

ti L to c1 :act of God. Now that his own state is suffering from' t Florida, in its case before the Supreme Court, was fight- 00 I

I i floou waters, Florida will cheerfully go to the assistance of. ing the battle of all the states, although joined by none of /1 r1 G11cEJS1ZVE

'i t, the: uiferers believing in the truth of that Bible statement I Ir them. The unjust and discriminatory features of the pres- ,

,r "Vv.' stance:! is mine." ent federal inheritance tax law, not to mention its apparent
j
1 -p unconstitutionality, must be evident to all. It was conceived,
' ;. '" -,v dwellings, new stores, improvements, to old builclwhile in the first place not with the idea of deriving needed reve-

"" inxt 1 improvements, replacing the old telephone wires nue for the Movrrnmcnt, because that was not needed, not

t wi', nderground and overhead cable are not every day in- ( with any desire( to effect a fair or equitable plan of taxation: .. .
; cidI i in a town standing still. Starke is steadily forging not for any public good, but merely out of jealously and antipathy .
_'A
'iL*. -ulit to a larger! mid better town. j I to Florida, which had attracted worldwide favorable 01= r i.-

u. attention' by prohibiting the lev; ', *.f e''.u ir inci( >ic: or in I SOME.1v. / '-"- ... t 1
i s' I "lor of the Bristol Free 1'ress wants a few chickens on heritance taxes upon its citizens. .

sub ption. Why not send( out a few "chickens" to solicit j i It is gratifying to note that Ouher: states are now showing I

811, "ptions?-Time -Union. If the Free Press can use 'em i! a disposition to join Florida in the attack on this undesirable I) ,
WOw consign truckload of these college bug chickens to I -
a and -
( indefinable measure. At a meeting of ofEoia's' if various: --
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< 'loridu. They are plentiful in this part of Florida 'r states, held in Washington last week: with representativesof :

0 20 states present, sentiment against the tax
was unanimous -
P runic man is a more or less common sight on the highway -
It was decided to form a permanent organization
urn
i; lOW you nay expect to see hootch-mad automobiles I
rules
for its guidance. A senator' and representative from
;, chat 'g pedestrians and scattering other cars without fear' each
"' state are to be appointed to further the
; of"Bib ..shment for a safe and sane driver is not now respon- While movement
the conference decided that its immediate .
!( ,r the actions of his intoxicated -drinking stood. purpose 1
should be to /secure the repeal of the estate tax, it was declared -
i
0 that this tax is only one feature of a concerted attackon ,
ft.con. ypographkal error in the Cross Road Journal caused
the rights\ of the states and(I that the permanent organization
., Table excitement last week. The announcement of -
the i uric theater advertised show in which would appear attacked.It should. be broad enough to defend these rights whenever !)

i-I., 30' lutiful women with 100 exquisite costumes. Everyman 4

;'.. town who was able to walk or get out in a wheel chair I was significant that, at a previous conference, the single

I l 'aUe.." 'd.-N. D. p. A. Bulletin. delegate from Virginia, who helped draw the act, was the only
" ,, 0 one opposed to its repeal' while, at this conference, three delegates -

[\.nt City is shipping strawberries by the hundreds of from Virginia expresesd themselves for repeal.

iI' qua and Starke and Lawtey are getting ready for an im- The Tribune receives daily editorial expressions from important -

'( m'n' 'early spring shipment. Strawberries bring into Florida and conservative newspapers throughout the coun-

"t .' Dually several millions of (Iollar .Times-Union. The try adding their voices to the opposition to this iniquitous BRED

;' Starkp-Lawtey sections are already shipping strawberries in tax.

,'" j small quantities, the big crop will come later after Plant Florida's position is being strengthened tlp.ily by the sup-

City i.dii been to bat and! made }her home run. I port of press and public. It is a fight which is sure to win,
sooner or Inter.Determinell. .

. .,.; N. of the 166 prisoners of p the state who made their getNjiw'av and aggressive action on the part of Florida to go a distanceThrough

Curing the year, only 36 escaped from the state farm alKaift members of Congress, and others who share their views, may

f. rl I, the balance leaving well guarded road camps. bring success at the present session.-Tampa Tribune

Brndf+.rd County Telegraph. Another of Bradford's assets. years of careful breeding a great horse =a

,Gain villeSun. Not an asset to Bradford county but a credit I developed one that can carry weight and speeda

to S.. rintendent Blitoh, who has more prisoners under his FOR SALE- GrCV( '..S distance, when other horses falter. Half a cen-

contr than the total population of all state road camp tury of refining experience has enabled the Standard
I i I'0-- PECAN TREES Tasteless Oil Company to develop in CROWN GASOLINEa

;: 'r' ., Tampa Times In a column-long editorial asks "What's High class. budded, and great motor-fuel one that like the thorobred

the I 'id?" in deporing( mob actions in different parts of thestate grafted, well) rooted sturdy Chill Tonss !: horse will go the longest distance, and give you

f ; "Is the law to be flouted and disregarded and the mob and straight, heavy bearing Invigorates Purifies and ..... 0 Ok' more miles for your money. But other! qualities

l have ,ill. sway?" the Times asks. Mob violence is to be debut varieties will make tIne IIIIYEnriches+ the Blood. have not been sacrificed to give more mileage.

r" plop -' who flouts and disregards the law and sets an ex- Ing orchards. Prices right 60c low Crank let your C Oil so run should t'>o CROWN GASOLINE is an -all-round, balanced

amt' for the mob to follow? Those who are directly charged Catalogue -- __ be Drained every Five motor fuel. You can depend on an easy) start, and
HuJredMVa-
', dealing out justice. If mobs disregarded the law as We also carry Duncan and quick pick-up as well as more mileage.

often ->s the constituted! forces of law, what happened in :Marsh! needless, grapefruit, SIGNS

t.;: Russia in the days following the World War would be heaven tangerine ]pine apl'l('. ChinSlro I THKODOKE: JOHNSON POLARIHE! STANDARD OIL COMPANY

in co... ,arisen to conditions that would exist here today eso )honey orange trees, tags, High-Grade Work of all Kinds Oil or Grease INCORPORATED IN KfNTUCKV
pear trees, rose bushed, kiimluats. -
o. STARKE FLA.
Japanese persimmons. Is muh cheaper thanNcwr _
In .ue big parade during the Orange Blossom Festival last peach trers.E. .w. A '
Satu.: "..y, Starke had a lloat that "knocked their eyes out." Never Fails/ Never Fails Hearings

Tho::: '' kt consisted of a large, ripe, luscious! strawberry seven E. STOKES & SON To WHITE'S> Drive':;Worms CREAM From VERMIFUGE Children i iGASOLINE-
fee' '? and made of fragrant
Bradford county flowers Destruction to the Worm
F10V f and strawberries! Isn't that a beautiful combination PKC.X; VHSFItY.MKX; : : Ilarmleaa to the Child

I, fo mid-winter? Starke the writer's old home town is- rest Varlftlos Only Price CorIM'nlnj 35a per bottt Drug*. Store Sol by '

::.11' "all to he tabasco."-Florida Times-Union.
C.lMl'VII.1: :,
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lidoe v 3 are sentenced to the gang down here, a Starke man ILA.ocks.-New bridge to_

.', if we are prosecuted in the courts a Bradford county'I :. bn erected here at cost of $54- 1927 Auto Road Mans of Alabama. Florida Georgia.

r ma:1.t. ] that pleasure, if we get any congressional plums a Orlando.-Contract* let totaling !000. a at any STANDARD OIL COMPANY.(tKentocky) Kentucky Servke SttJlfonr"fTc.andMlrLrsipni f cl+eon arge lHI. had
Star' man gives 'em to us, if we want cheaper freight rates, II $137,000 for paving and sidewalk AitburndtUe.-New city ball to
Improvements In this city. be erected In this place.


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