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Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00959
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FOR TIU't'Kl ONI:. .: INJl'KKDspe : STATE FARM SUPERINTENDENT i I .----- ROCK BASE t'HIW KM.I.IMJ- \\IIKS; : I >.J

I -- I :Negro nrh 1'1' of 'l'I"lf'k stubbed* In I

POWER LINE (*ilor :Makes. His l-lHcnpc.: l IIrln'r) ,I Throat rolluuliig I I'utli laiii 48 NEARING The two wt'ol(1 period from Jan- "!f

I of True k Is HerlouiljHurt WOUNDED BY ESCAPED CONVICT :\I'urIuu: !III,' liar)' 2ith t to Kt-liruury (Jtli Inn .C

BEINGIADE: 1 i } IALFIARK h..1 doslKiiated by State luniii !w
-- -- ( o ho Oh issiuu her I I as i the tlmo I
While i I i
dilvlng I toward' Jar k son- HOYII
- I tin; trull I of the I'K'iiI",,I for k
Jacksonville Jan. IB.-Truby i pilHunorn \lllu Muiiday night, John Browning a cruw 1'llmplIlRII Ileglnnlng ,

( Phoenix I'llHty Cuinpuii)', of Pn- Newman 22. 1114 Kast Twelfth House, Tampa. Itiiiullt mill T\\u The i throe' mon wen (lion i turnod Ih'hlt'HI uf l.iiwti'y. hud his. IIKII: ) 111".1..1 iVri Hull)' .ti nHWj -. Mundav It IH Intended( fur t

lulknuiklng/ Oil SurtcyFrom street driver of a truck for the Nugru <'011\ I'IN.Iuk: (' 1111"h 'lover' to ) or"lIl1l1lo.lnll, anti j' cur run Into und wrecked. by a ; I I'ji.t"' :Ncciletl eveijliudy to get I their Hinuku.. pollmiixkets '-,.
Bakeries Illltdi I I flat Filth etl, him i i to take bout ; 11 flu slnglH-burrelN and r I flea .
MurkeA American Company sustained for l-'ivi-ilom Hut .tie IIIIKP vun 01"11".1 I by t Ito ))eldll'rI
serious injuries about\ his Ih'UI.IIII..1 buck to t the sfnlo T.lrl1l.hlle lii'vent |I Stuhige? ('omuipa ity. of JackHunvllle. C''IOII'II', i I..... i In first class. alto>I 111 I ( lundlllun i I to \,

j head! and body Friday afternoon at to Sundeiiou, for medical, at- The accident liappi'invl, In Clacounty \' help t the department, mil i in UuHtnolng 1
survejlng ( of the Phoenix \\'lib half uf the '
'rcw. ten unit. I ruut'ht IIIIHP ditto
nmi thesn
1 o'clock when a speeding Hudson i near :Mu\\llle.l and lii Utility Company Talatka 1 in. J. J S: Diltdi Huperlntendeiit' of loud I IX
automobile crashed Into I the Tllkoil tU iIi,.tl" ',.OIl I i lu the uir ul t HID i Hun'wore I i mining east fromStarko d"HII'ullve" I to the furl i'rnpH and j
making Starke headquarters while truck on Main! street between Fifth the state prlHon farm at Rnlford, I In n wenkonod londlllon, mid\ I', bin wife mid a itoh lut'i' ton ."- : ;t II IUIM. 1"1 oHtlnuilod I I Unit I tu bird,' llfo In the slate' < 111yal'l "
engaged In running a line for the Is In $t. Luka's hospital here In p : ila\H will the
last of tbu
i and Sixth streets'ovoiturning the sneering' great I puln I Supoilnteii-I' I II Illiuwnlng I ,11I".1 I 'that I Hie HOMO' 1:1. Il' liiM'uinliig HO numerous. i It ii t unless
high tension wires to he constructed truck and throwing Newman: to i it II..I'I Ions< condition suffering from I dent Ullldi i I was idacod, i in bin an-p( dilver uf tutu truck and |lila| ....111- ..k 'dumped III the i utility llllioiliiDHiluy ). HII"lhhll I g Is done to i heck I their ) ,
through Bradford I two bullet ,
In the wounds
received '
county lute tomublle, drlM'ii I l h \ iui't ei'uiiioht i the i rows that It will ho
the street. I > I lllKliBinllli.I I t piuiloii More bulb In an lutuxli| 'uI| IWI"'UMI' only 1
( near future This company ID part Monday afternoon I In a pistol UK lit bud loiiihed t Hit) point nour" I Hurns-,
who of tlini> until It
After hlttlnn the truck the was budlv boaleii III Ih tight I condition, mid, ils.mi"! iiliiisl\i' < lingungo : IIU"Hllul will ha
of the Florida Light and Power with three escaped prisoners two iwlfh |h\" I h'I'I i Iliu roads.. bait I I imic for In farmer
driver of the Hudson car stopped I tln fuxlHves ami niHlioil toSitinlerson. whllo tbroateiinlg the oc u- : fOlk. mu utica I ) i to mine
Company now engaged In rover- ut( whom were shot In the battle y I Hie 1 let lnll.o I to I Hie
Cl.iy
I"I tout it- inncli grain ami fur other bird
J" momentarily but after neeliin that I II |lluuitK of i tbo HiiiUHhoil. car wltli a < lfelu
; : Ing the Btato with a network of :Newman' was apparently badly by Superintendent Itlllili hear. I I :\ii'. Ulllch was Klvou lli'M, 1 aid b.v !| ,iivil\or, ; lino. Addlllunal i IIIII.N11 bu, lniM> any I liii lit'", I In I tlio .xNito I .
power lines, a part of their hun- Baxter ('l0,(' to the Cieorgla line. pin' mi next. t week us I IndlBl.HK'u' .
tlr K It. 1\I'11'811hlll'lI I I ruiiiiulsHlunor llnjull I I Is Ii
hurt ho jumped Into I the automobile uf Sandersou. From Infoi',nuillon gl\i' ''u ,hv ui'lag
dred million dollar program A and sped away from tile scene, I Superintendent Ill itch was shut Later be wus put' on i tho I train I Iliuwnlng i I / i the ii ci tom uf I lie I tiiukdid IniipiiHcs mill I tbu t ..III.I..lor t.\- nil I I now roiiHlH located by Assist*
.J, hipment of huge cypress. poles has witnesses stated. The license twite with a lucid In the hands i' amid brought to JackHonvlllu mid nut dim his lights and Iliuwn pi'ilH, to complete I tbo road work ant nl.1 Deputy Caino ('ommls-.

been unloaded near the depot to number of the machine was no- of Al I HOIIHO. serving a seventyyear I taken to 1 St. Luko'x hospital lug drew oil tu ono tddi> of tbu well within i Ilia tlmo llniltItepoits Nliinerit und time public will ho In- a t
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lie used In the construction of the (cured however as was. a description sentence for a series of robberies I I John i Pope i Ht'crotuiy tu l SuperIntcitdont I mini and 1 was. slopping. when I HID, I Hint tbu ('lav comity ] luinied, w Ii run I tluisu I'U"HII nro lo- ,

\ line. of the driver and police were over i the Hlnte who with Blitcb mid, I'r. :Mnixh-I I rink ran Into I the car iulng; tu i't'uti, 1'1111' di'Hlrod I lie 1 F. W. Lunglumpmiy 1'lh',1 I The( luw being one of thn

TIip county commissioners at confident of having the driver In Lp Williams. from Pulm lI"II'h burn arrived I In .1 it<'ksomlllo I. :Mon-I Lu w toy fur uld I Drowning I i returned ") tu 1'11111' i lie road biiHu uf birds It Is very dim*

their January meeting granted tlr.- custody "hortly.Newmnn county I und Albert I Thomas. negro' day nlRbt I/ to attend I t th,' bod ido. of I to tho sroiiu wiln n I tiink, to luwI fur IIMI ,' lulu C'lay ('llllIly. tou nut tu kill him. Tlilx. Is ruspon

Florida Light and Power Company was taken to St. Viii'eiits who has nerved. two 3iars of afleyht I I the* wounded siiperlntondont.. I Ills car and at thin I Hmo lieiainolnvoled I point, I twNl, uf l"I it guilty I laku. I liavn Hlhl.|| | for i their i rnoi'nioiiu I 11'rIIHo. !f

;: permission to construct theIr | ( hospital after the uccldent. r sentence fur )honHe-breiik- HUN Ibid ItoioiilHOIIHU I| I I In mint I her" mgmnoiit with been. "II'r"lIt t for Noveral I Weeks I hit I Tho ruusls should I lio 101'1",1* and .

lines through Bradford county. where mndn to determine i Ing, escapi'd< from I lie prison farm no Illul his 1"1'1 111"1 by tbu eiiuiiKh men togalher I and
an X-ray was I I IM Hi'.I.vhllH"V"lIt i / '->'our tinnegro dil\cr w bum lu< Hlabbodin ,. Jull'l
They are negotiating at the present the extent of his injuries. early Mund.iy afternoon All I si'iiloiKO for u HorloH of rubboiios I I time tlnuiit with a linllV I it IHunderstood (Clay u I'onnlv I olllduls I to g iso I HmuddlHoniil placed n ni u ml the cruw ruiiHt oim

d time for the purchase of the Ho was conscious lust iilght anduppoaretl 111 tee were cuptuied bv Ill lteh. uiul hold ii Its around Tampa undsouthern '' I thai Hull bus. boon I mlluugu' to I Iliu I LungCompany. hUll I' before sundonn, ('onieallnKtb I

E municipal plant In Starke and It ; to be fairly easy following the pistol battle.Coiiilitlun I Florida I lio i made I bis .stalled I I in Clay nullity fur danuiKuilono It ll.'ls been" hlll'll".I.. I IlioHuMi. I <>niHel\es I In poxltloiis ono hundred -

.. i has been reported they have already !-, The driver has been In the employ IM KtrluiiHThe one n ItO from county jails I In I that tu I lie car and other warrants '. that it Is nut 11.ly Hit' )'1.11 apuit, und Ilwnt from
completed their arrangements I ituitti) III bu completed.,. I to I HID, Inkti :' I llioHi wlllioiit I
I iilttt'ii I I
.. of the bakery company for Ii tat bullet was 111',1 by) Hodlon I uf tbu I Ktatu I on Hp\oriil, I uccitsluns (barging; roikloxH. driving getting upI
for furnishing current to' / h.OI.I foil, unless HOIIID' provision' and, Hth ring ill'on ml until the (light
several months and o flic-la In of the House us hutch stepped from his und when be wus sent to (und driving while 11I".I"II"'d1'111 I
Lawtey and Hampton, but this report organization stated yesterday that car. It struck the superintendent j I I tin,) xlato farm hi was kept I In HUItmy |- ho N..I'Oil t Ilio negruoHTn lull tiut si whciphy i HID F. i1.111'I u 1 has llnlxliHd, coaling In tu most..

\to, has not been confirmed. they will aid the polite In prosecuting In the left iheek. Tho other bullet 1 t ciinllneinont for tiDiiilv nine .-------- Company ran ,ilo, (Ilio w.I'k. Tlilx mellioil should only Im used
,
;, This 66.000 volt line will run the hlt-and-rnn driver if fired by the escaped prisonerhit mouths.I Seveial I woekH ago ho 'hl cuunty luiniiilHHluiiern' ofHI unu ulIPI'noun, letting two or three

i:I from 1'ulatka to'Lake City, to connect he is captured. The accident victim milch In the left side of I the w its accorded privileges uf thin Hospital JuhiiH. cuunty 1 hutu appinvedHID 'da' >s elupsi befuro Hliuulliig. I at this

;l' with a power station at both Is married. abdomen. His condition Monday olhor prisoners ut I the farm.Albeit I I lulls. to bi) 11111'1111 tu I-IOHH ;roost again.
I tbu
''J -ends, assuring practically" uninterrupted night was reported as. serious but I Titolit ii 5. nogro was. Hunt With Bullet mid hrl.h(1 luivu ulHU.IUr..1 I Covn .11'1'111.11; Tho 111'lIll1g shouting from

service.KNKOIU'KMKXT. It Is thought that the wounds will from I Itiivul i itHsui'Dd Mr HIIIIII row rousts day-IlKht to .10nilnutus
Operation) !Suves, life up county I courts on ufiveear I hat I lie mini from CI'II
I tbu
bridge to
'i. Jacksonville Jan. 17.-The operation not prove fatal. sentoiifii for bnimc-bpak-| "Wound in Head A ii gnat i his would bu coiiiplolud .* uftur dayllHht, wh"l tinttruws

: :: MKKTIMtIX : : performed yesterday morning house Williams and Thomas escaped '- i Ing I..w'IIIIIIIIIH.I I from rulmIloiu i us HI. HOIIII IIH HID bildgu are leuvliiK r""HIIII plucafor
t W.SlltMTONWomen From the prlHon farm early h Is Wits opened feeding 'gruunds Is elite! a guudniolbud.
at St. Vincent's hospital on u oui utiy. serving u flvo-
i In I Irntlli'. St SliunilH
I Hump \nilrrUM, .1 r., uf Iliilfordollinlril i' stiiUnl I Hiut
:Monday afternoon when Thomasa I I Hy I In '
'Truby Newman 22, 1114 Bust year solitenco fur I the I tlieft uf miitiitomobllc I Hiu lutllK a ( oini'ul-
from every state Interested Twelfth street who was seriously trusty und life termer unlocked *. \\' l h> Tuin llrnili'li" kN t HID h..111 uf wlll.I 1.1 upeneil' 1".roll ud, placet 3''JO yards or inoru fl'uU

In better law enforcement injured when the truck ho was the entrance gate as tho prisonerswere of nluii' l'uiinlllnmp 1.\ IH Ihi II'HI case January mu' und, I If midi the ruOHt, befuru duy-llgbt and! If

1 will Attend a special\ conference to driving was overturned In u collision being assigned to their tusks SI |'iitl\TiM: :: I''iT: AM, TOMI'AMON ; Klurko I w tu hll.IIHlirful..Il'on1 you, art) I lucky I In wuiindlng I a ruw

be held in Washington D. C., January with a car driven by an unknown for the afternoon.The : IU''U\'EIIISU; I Andrews. J r.. uf I ito Hal- will 11'01. lt AII.III"III.; by hl'lIllll1 i his wing I I luiinndlute*

I 25. 26, 27. at the Mayflower person. proved successful men were seen afterward ritoM: noi'Mis foul Hi'itlou.I was larrli-il tu I HiuliuHpllul I tln> HI-HI uf completed nuxt mid. opt lied by ly get In your hands and shake

1 hotel. To the gathering have III saving his life, nrcoulliiK! to III a BUI a 11 stripped-down automobile III kHunvllle' nurly Sunday -- your.K.I -- him tu niaki him liuller. having at

) I been summoned also women prohibition hospital authorities. 011 n road \\lilch forks u short JackHonvillo' Jan I 1'I! .1. SIllltdi morning, by Ur, W. M.: Mlddletiin. :it C'II'I.I.J; mi: I leitHt hu ii i' or I two ,Ii out irs cliiHU by

I ; experts In scientific\ temperance Newman received" serious injuries ul iut a lice from the prison ono I Hiiprrlntt'iident i uf i lit stain I following mi alien iitlon at \\11\: -Jl llol Its Anulhi-r' siiccnHHrul inclliud' Is

education and the economics about the head alien the branch lending to Jacksonville farm at llalfurd who was seriously midnight near I llbi'uiiii. ,. I lu whlt'h'I'ul I 1'1111 I a \s IIIIIIIIWI, I or ..I.llno

of prohibition as well as women truck, belonging to the AmericanIlukerles and! the oilier to Gainesville' The wounded a pistol batllu with ""'\'/ ( I young men look ,part, mid I :I r. and, Mix. -J. and* "1,1, hill, on I it Blakn or huh,le ten

i experienced) In political strategy was. overturned und he t theory is I that i the men had on tattle. t It moo dpsppintfi, ('HcapiMl' prisoners) In tu lilill, yniniK; AllilruWH li'rulvnila I 1.-I"J'I't8"'t"t., .. uf I Itiiiilliinl)11'I.alll"Y., midI ur In..1: fui't. tug Ii wliurn, i ruwtt

i In suffering with painful Inc'era- help In getting/ (Ito ('fl1. iii'tir I hi x her. Fl.t, l.ito I Mond.iy' I afternoon piHtol ball lot WI''II, the eyes Tin I 1'11111 iinllilli'H weiii h"'h..1,1, ale "',"Ihll ur ('IINI t to their ruust.Kvfiy .

.. Recent wet propaganda especially tlons about I the face.Truby .\1,11', ''' l I.4 SpllNIll. will roioinniunil to i tinHI : built Htiipped, behind I Hie 1 lift I'Y"- IIIY III 111III1IY i i'uitit.'r' i )', .: row Chat 1'/1 HI I< I HUH ">wl

the promulgation of the iloo- When wOI'Ilof the escape reached ul n buiird uf Paulo I dial I MarlonII j, ball ami wax removed, I b.v, an op- I 111' lIl'lllllH I Illlllilm just .i'I I lllilllHaiill will begin to fly diiun .mil light

trine of disobedience has made the ( New malis for ninny years pilHon. a u t hurl I t HUB sheriffs of I Illglisiiillli, |lit| ,, 1..111'.1.1111'11/.11.' 'I'i'i'ut I Ion iii'!ti' hi) WIIH 1,1111., .'.. In I lln> | .\/'N./ All Killing. 77 yi'llIMuf II (Jiiiinoi-H, euuut i inn i 111 llii'iu-

conference of the greatest Importance was u resident of Slarke. I thing in eight iniintloK III the region sit roil i| I Iv: who was badly ""'111<',11 with | buHilhil| und H'pnilH'' 'lliniHil.iv! In' I tiM*. IUIMHCI,! num. ut (liii' hOlll i I HPlv"N| '1 tiliiiutliig rmigr; iiinl" kill

In the opinion of ''IT. C. T. V. the western 1 part of town with two ndl Kulford/ wi-ie' nullfled and diilm by fiiKullives wliun/ hi- went diluted. In. \\uinil 1 'Ii< out, ; ,of I HmllOHplrul ol I d.IIItol' at li ,'i'I.wk .Miiiuhiy I 11.1 its tliny llglil i lln> "ul I IA

leaders who will dlHCUHS a plan to of his aunts. He has been workIng men from the state farm w""j" to tIm iiHHlHtaflru!! of till! Riipirlntinilinl ) I ,MllOlll If I Ulllplll 1 -lltiollHdid alteiiiuiiii, ',
I" offset the wet onelislve. Among In JudtHonvlllo for several Hunt In every" direction In bn grunted II liii uitiii. It not set In I I",'A iuitu'i'uuluiut) ut t Hiu HIIIIIK h"'I'' I t,11"1 Is to sliuot i""'11I on I Hielr

I iI the topics of Importance at this years employed I as triu'k ,driver! for uf the three fugitives.Supeilntendelit tutu ii ci lit ttl by Hindi t I i I yoHti-iduy I uf I Tom I HoinlilikH., living iiomUakn :ti I'Jl: Iv I I in'} Mail iiMiilii'il, t Hiu ago rouHt on inuunllght I IIllh''". with a

I 'I time In the net outcry against the I American Bakeries Company. lllltch with I (or lit,,ni at SI 1.lllw'8| huHpltiilwhern i Duller Is barged' wllh firing .f Ml ii'iirs" mill hUll lii'i'ii. III li-i-ltlo" II I in .r uf gnuiieiHAllollnr .
------- --"' ._ Mai Ion I lllnliHinltli a ollo.(>y.1I'IHOII'I' he Is the shut It being b'g"ui h,* 'till'
; legal necessity of the government ii'iuveilng fium hisWOllllllH. I /it ; 111111 >< t In In I i lo-

to render Industrial alcohol unlit Approves und trimly serving a 1 1 ito WIIK endeavoring to uliont 1'. I 11.1 nut IIII'\I"'I'I tul. alHiuugli i Hiu, ,dmililo ,i"alii C h'u, limy are liullilliig. llmlriiDHts

f for beverage IIUI'poses.Thu I nenteiue, got III IlllUh's cur a mll4tLLrtel In i oiui'iBiilliinlth I I II reporter Ueclcllsli, HIIII of ( new Keddltili, ln'icavi'iiifiil was. u hl.t"I I HID sliuiit t h"l fi'itmitoni..iul.,

of the I In tile direction where the cif, I lie Tlnies-Union i I SiipeilnliinlentIllltdi t land In thin HIU Andrews was, hit. childiun. ed"
general objects conference -
Paving Main t three men and the cut-down cur highly lauded, llluliHiiillli, | Tim shouting. look plan', at flue Tho CIUI.I.' welo widely, kontMi 1.II'l8.
I are: Aiintbcr" very, I lato .
were repotted to have been suen. for, hlH' bravery mid ai i'rrilltuil i I I HiUfa .. lloilenlif, >linir hoinn. nuitr' I Hi'llbrunii over I his s<>i Hull uf I HID Hindi anilMiimiliciwl 11..Hrll way

4 To promote law observance: to Streets of Town After a diiiMO from I Hie prison termer with Having his lifeHlKlisniilli Springs and, I It Is Hiild, HIUHU I HiKlr lends/ hy i HID build u pen' In a Held or .111 pas
I luru. I'm I Mhuiild i Im, :1 f .. tutu
of law enforcement .
study the problems farm to I g
I Stark I through Sander I I i ( I I bus .rv"II elgbt; i }'c>ars Inking part' III the Unlit \\i'ru luhit-) ,HIUID. '1 lluilr piisslng will I I I bu learn-
I feet 1,1., A feet
: ;; and to promote legislation I .on. and across the state line Into of a I Ito Ki-iituino for I thn murder ly under, I Hiu Inlliiciicu uf .li'i nor ,! oil i wll.ll I I'egret. I w high, wil
to aid law enforcement. At the meeting, of the chamber I bulh sides uf pen nil hlngus
ieurgla/ near Baxter.Vuriicii of a mun In Tampa and Is said 1 und I all I nriiiud with I I lust l)IN. Tliu -" -- .5. --. IU It
Women from every state in the of commerce Thursday night; a res- lllltch ran across. the automobile to ho one of I the most model prisoners party' hud 1.1)tutu i to this i IIUIIHO .'IIher i I \\,1 li'l J\ \ t.: ".:\si'Piui: can bu ruined and proppud and
nlutun was passed approving the thrown with a / by string
union in attendance at the conference bearing the three escaped prisoners at the Hiiito' farm.HIlfllMlliilli with lliiiur| or. had purchiiMod t/.loll. u
will endeavor to impress motement of paving, tile print on the highwaySuperintendent after their m'rival I t Hn-re" I Horidrlikfl' A deal wits cluHi'd last week by pulled I from u ('III'.a"'" plant Ito nie
Hiiilly
pal thoroughfares of the town In lllltch\ Ili'lltcn* cit lj'ns of'Il'' and K.V.' four ur live hllll',1, yards from
upon congress and the governmentofficials stoppedhis undlHun, I I being Hiicb that n Iliid-I
In
need 1 of paving at the expense,: of the light which ensued b,,- < tliu I'"ii. d rip p .iumg h sldus by
hii
ii miii
und uf tills
tar not eli the
that the W. C. T. U., the knowing the men twi'i'ii I HlgliHmllli I hlH. utnpunluiiH, bad( difficulty III dty oiitioiuu ufwlilih
t
und
the each side. tin escaped HIM Aftor building
In property owners on were armed got out and started will IID a pull your pen
; i largest woman's organization I restraining i i him i from furtliur wnukly "oWHI'II"'I'|' |>
prisoners the
the world with 600.000 members The city council several weeks ago toward the auto to the fugitives.When on highway near fdiootlngAccording. forVulilo.. Mr. h.1 mid plopping sides up, bull i It with I
I stated their to finance lluxter, I HlgliHiiilth a one-eyed l'IJllh'Hlul luiu for several days,
willingness letting bugs
he stepped from his over t llmlr ,
in thill ('ountry and organized In tar, to Information the I.kel HI.1 mid
tr sincere In the cost of paving any street In House Jumped from his small man WitS badly beaten about tho piiblltutlun will I I I 51' t .. II vat thu com us wen its tbu
i4v 52 foreign countries, In auto lumd women occupants of HID honso In- a ml Kitday CI'OWI
and l body with 'llIb....
( lie Is
where of the fur several After tbu
? '? its statement that the women of I town a majority property us dNl" the other men. and \tired diKlud Hi" Khoili'ii' family who In 1"1''uitry, I tbu paper, bo nays. i"ruwl
now conflnod nt the
St. Luke's hospital
asked for h I amid fued .
owners suit paving, at Blltih the shot known' I Ilia Waldo h"I'1 tl l'olll.t on the.bait t
1l America will see to It tTiat the 18th striking him ( where ho wore concerned I In a drunken low IIH 1'111'1'111"0'; I
Is
the entire cost to bo divided. be- recovering from ( itt I,1' hogs I
his left liitl't fl'OI
Amendment i Is retained, respected. I in cheek the bruises received I with u convict from the Mute farm r"lug
tween the abutting property. Ill hi It I'mi-H. IfculliSuperintendent and physldans "'/I.111". Is. town well on bait so that thin ruws bi
4; and enforced. Saturday, Uiicemhnr. I 18th I I In wbli-h u worthy ofu
are making nn effort to ;
It Is the council's plan to let the prevent tliu only thing that you will "utcb.In
The conference will be addressed I Itlltch pulled his >Ilh., mother, Wealthy Ithoduii. kIll lI"wKIJIIJr und It Is inuul I hit
the loss of
sight of
for the to the K.W. Ills right I tin when ,
contract
paving / pen you drop I
( gun and started toward the men, this publlriillun' I bu ustublliiliid.Mr dUlr.
by the dry leaders of both ubldi. Is crl by f'arl Andrews. who shut at
w Long Co., now engaged In constructing eye badly swollen and I I Fur (lit, lirst few days In bulling
who I lIlKlilluHloli '
; branches of Congress and by Gen. I' were barricaded by the auto. bruised, | tbn convict Testimony brought : ( ( Is i mi inu toil with I
,
ro.ul 48 from Starke III mid all
epst airy pen -
Lincoln C. Andrews assistant. secretory and fired at them. After several Tim" condition of Superintendent out/ at thin liHin'Hl| at that time i Tin Ih"ldflrt I Cuiiuly: I Tulugiapliand hal
about one-half uruniiil It tuiillnliig bait
L'p Wednesday giudiiully
of the treasury; and by Dr. shots. had been, exchanged/ Illltdi Illltdi IM. greatly 'Improved and Ito alto wt.i, that t thn I Itlinden liii" (Ito was. wil lunllnui/ ) his wurk with
of this work hud been completed.and ( thin I lo I IIIHh I.1 Wbuii yon have uHiiltldent
A. W. Doran chief chemist of the unless prompt action Is takenby was struck again by a bullet from Ix making rapid, strldos' to recovery u rendezvous for -- -
I 1J01I e'lI
unit. gnu hut he continued to 111111 from Union and l I BradfordinintlcH i l
'
prohibition property owners they will be advance the for Lust night tho bullet whldi .\\1 U'I"I'U.IC; I WI: bait, urrungu to I bu ut your I
Sf on men. waiting (' and cnnvli who couldsteal
S too late to Hecurd advantage of the of them to make entered the left side of Ills abdo- .. siting before day I IKhl.I ,'ulI"'Jalllg I
one an appear- away from tho Hi a to prison!
MISS K.: .\. e.ltUMisl low bid of this company. niI'll and lodged In his buck wus yoiirxeir Hioionnhly. I trua-
once from behind the car. farm and toHtlmony of of I the 11111111
ono
Jones stated Tuesday. ArrallJe-1 House, III an attempt to lire another removed III an operation performed 'I 'Iliu loW 1&-111 lilgli; spmid i uiuiiisHiir tIlt w lieu they gel ,, lUl Ho
'nnvldJl
brought out HID ndmls'HOII -
Ir II.
meats for the financing by Foxworth Homo. It Is fur tliu Kluikn li-i> &I'laiiturifvod nut try tu pull trend a*
Elizabeth' A. Card passedon shot at Hlglismlth BtE'ppedi stud that '; | that he hud pun'based 1 I ll'juor tll "flll
to be made. and property owners a second operation to remove Muniluy and Is buliig placuil several days will have "lapua
to her heavenly reward at 3:15: i from his two wounds, and he was regularly from I the Itbuiluiis C'omplitlnts tl
I the morning of January 18th. at who are ready to go ahead with i did lllltch opened lire on him the blade the which bullet from bin shoulder hud 1 been lodifi-il with thin I In 11".ltlll this wee k. A ito I Item after llmt huh After tl1'
entered
this improvement should express his loft cheek uiiKinu' bus been uildud trapped In the cugu ur you
the Walnut street home of her bullet striking him In the body. 01-111'11111 pen
NbcrlfT's ut flirt, over coinllllon i said
and
l and sister Mr. and their desire for the puvlng this Continuing his advance the rungud down through the tlo "'uiiulpmc-nt uf the plant, und run have Homo nice exen-IHO with
,
: brother-in-law
I ; on neck will be to exist ut (the Ithoden, place before
week If poslsble. performed by lr with Ibo Lomplutlon of the extra a four foot stick In the lieu iflassucrliiK -
. 'a Mrs. T. S. Hewke. Miss Card was. men Blitch sent another bullet toward Home the fatal "hoot ing In IJi'CPiiiber.
today. I tank, tliu plitnt will hitvu a cumblimd thusu pests utter you have
12 1845 her the car and It hit Williams.
born February pa- : No Information lies b..PIIIven/
KliriMM SU rilOI'KHTVT.
Huperlntendent Blitch boarded a capacity of 25 tons dally. cuugbt Ilium. Be careful not
: viry
rents being Hiram Sheldon Card On the second attempt of House tore out us to whether warrants will
Seaboard Air Line railway train atanderson. old unit will bu UHUI! until to let any of thc-ni gut away.J. .
Card. She Tie
, and Mary Ann Brown S. Hewkes, who moved to at lUghsmlth, Butch placed where he wall taken In be |188u"d.| or what charged will bu the demand exceuds Its li.

I k' was the eldest of seven children. Starke a few months ago from another bullet In his body, accordIng his car by Hlghsmlth/ following made against those! present at the the capacity, HOYIII
44 Two of the children and her fath- DeLand and purchased propertyIn to the story related to a reporter the capture of the three prisonersby time of the shooting. ed.wh"l rusnrve unit will bu udd- --

er and mother had all been taken the southern part of town on (If the Times-Union by Superintendent himself and planned to take the ------ -- -4. .-- <;I'I'\4 <>l UT:

by death before she was 21 years Walnut and Thompson streets, has Blitch at St. Luke's trip alone. despite his serious condition HIM. "ullJ.YJul11 (:.\lCI OK 'III.VNHS:

of age and she was left to :.ie about completed repairs and alter hospital. and the pain ho was suffering. Kinanuel Illuo. dlHurderlybarged. Die.
mother to the four House MurrenilcrttAs Hrully, of Cedar Keys. 8
father and ations to some of the property on After a short distance out of \Vo taku this inetliod of thanking <- .
the second bullet struck years of age died l In Starke Ja'l.I .
:J younger ones. Thompson street. The buildings Sillld'rsollV.. It. ( Bill ) Cunovu our kiwI filundit und nulgh- Juvls Thumus liHnrdfrl) Lon'.
:lth
he following an operation. Tim
House from behind the
Since 188V she has made her are being enlarged Into comfort- stepped general agent for the Suubourd AIrline items l for I heir assistant and symputhy tinned until Monday.Julin .
threw his hands. and I I"dy was taken to Luwtey. Friday
irr home with her youngest sister able homes and represent a valuable car. up pleaded railway at TullahaHsi-e learned In I tliu Illness and dll.tl uf C. Grldls, ar
and burial took
with Hutch not to shoot again place In Long "rlvllil
Mrs. Hewke. Pn May 11. 1925. addition to Thompson street. the wounded\ superintendent of llrunch our buluved sinter, Miss !, und while under Inlluuinu" of 'luiuor.

uTJ; she offered a stroke which impaired Mr. Uewkes lives In the property saying "Mr.( Blitch please don'tshoot the slate farm was on the train cemetury.- for HID tokens ut gUll wil and. 4100 humid until :Monday'

the active brain and since purchased on Walnut street, and any more. you have me and traveling by himself and gut a- I.UI.W.; IIOIIBS: the biiuutlful rural wren reielv- disorderly
has been constantlyand I am already bleeding from the I JI"V'I'"Us. Fnr
she
4c that time will turn the Thompson street bourd. ed. bund

tenderly cared for by her its- properties into rental houses.4ATtItiY mouth. Cimoviit.
  • The warden walked to the speeding train.
    up
    tar and brother-in-law. She was S --- Canova cared for Supt. HtitchiContInued 27. tiled January 10th following T. S. llewke. Fined IS.
    and gentle and deeply 111-\1): LINK: car although suffering great pain
    of a sweet a Hliurt 11 I l1I'IIH. Funeral services 4---
    .
    and .'01UlUUFOICII ('Ol'. Tr from bio two founds and he was U.V. flirt, xpecdiuM trula.
    temperament earlyIn Mrs. VV. J. LuucuHtei and hllilron
    religion ( on Page: Right ) were held at the family burial < Fined 15.
    became a member of followed by Hlgh mlth. who seeIng of WllllHtun urn this
    life she ---- -- ground, Italford.BIKfllS, NPOIIIIIIl .
    -
    -
    the Unlversallst church. She is Sheriff W. J. Epperson Mated the condition of Warden 4- week In Starke with : :\ ::
    that Saturdy was the hutch charged at the men and a LancItNttr'j \1\IIIU.\\ 1.nCI.; : ;
    t, arrived by one sister Mrs.Hewken Thursday I I Mrs. Lancaster and !
    It. of this city and one bro- dead line for motorists withoutthe { fight ensued between the trusty The Chamber of Com leave in a few IloYI for a vial wil i A

    the?. A. Vance Card of Yonktrs. 1927 tags. regardless of what and the three fugitives who were merce meets every Mr. and Mrs Bryant Ituddlng, Tuxas.f'burlus. j birthday program of commemorating the
    Kobert
    other counties take In extending beaten with a club and subduedby I K U wui
    of all action of
    N. Y.. and deepest sympathy Thursday night at the Luwtey a girt born January 12. carried out at the
    U extended to them. Telegrams the time limit. Arrests Hlghsmlth.. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Klllngton: of O. Maus, of superintendent .1..coOlHfll1

    of sympathy and. beautiful floral will be made after that date and Warden mUch and Hlghsmlth City Hall. Every citizen Sturke, a girl, born January 15. of construction 1'.lltka. the j the chapel auditorium exercises. Tuesdayat

    wreaths showed the esteem In as the |1 and costs. often amounts held the prisoners until the arrival of the town is expectedto Mr. and Mrs. A. McSwuIn, of Florida Light & I'owur company i of Stone Mountain The picture

    held Interment to more than the cost of the necessary of Foreman Gordon and a groupof SUrke, a girl, born 2. Is given by
    which she was be present. 8 o'clock January staying lit Starko during 1 pcri i Col. VV T. Weeks to, the L' I). C.
    Park Florida tag he warns motorists to deputies from the state farm Mr. and Mrs. Groan of
    Winter Floyd lod of cunHtructlon
    was made in I and Is u guutst was presented and' hung lu the
    her former borne. delay no longer. who, got word that Blitch was on- Starke, a girl, born January 10. of (lie Stark Hotel. ''i school auditorium at this service




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    I BRADFORD COUNT HOLE GR. rH. STARKE. FLORIDA -- -..----- -- --- -
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    I : TAGE: TWO -- --- -, by a department's bureau of Immlgra-
    .. ----- --- --- selection was made
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    .. --- The
    -- I
    --- -- Congress In
    -- --- -- tion. urged action by
    on When
    expert
    mental known
    iwtft nationally book.
    IM 'iionuh<' \ ni.ikmx H cago a drawing Inn new law
    .iilriiliiilon." / Her poino hn<1 returned. the subject. constitutional amendment was the manufacture of fertilizer at

    lo I""'-.. uvvn Much Sufficiency lmen ft" lightened., although undeniably I II voted! last of the declared that all of the available
    7 o ilnrll'ilConHUmre. It Is the duty of County Tax I for an election by members
    shoali should be
    of the
    facilities
    her : Collectors In Florida to notify 1 State Capital bench on the first day of the January
    .
    as
    watt not no prrlty utilized In supplying the farmers
    nrtcon.ycnrold, sinter, that would every tax payer by mail of the term ot court.
    By E.J.w. : Rafh hnvo been dllfli-ult. for Alice was amount ot bis state and county I 0 with fertilizer and that If any surplus
    facilities are left, it might go
    pretty boond all reason. Nono tho taxes each year but few collectors College life Is not such a humdrum

    nrciiM IIICKIlon.vv: IhlH i" liorointier1' Von im-in to Any IIHN.' tha young/ chntolnlna of thollrooke know It, or If they do they do I Tallahassee. Fin. Jan. 17.-- affair after all, say the Rirlsof .owards the providing of power.

    wo will not s. our f.nln-r In nil I hattime' mil n..lnn presented to the not go to any great lengths to do Greater cooperation among Instructors Florida State College fol'omell. .

    JOIIV.. ROOK!:, knrdwnrvni.Knl.lr. world A countenance of which only so, says the Florida State Chamber : In trades. Industrie the tea will\ be That Attorney General J. H.
    .. arrnncoil nllhFlrnnnni Afternoon
    rmilip "
    should could com
    unlr> ho thn inoNt cxni-lliiK
    "lvli! j Anil lnlrlrnpy: 9 tirporkoaMkf tlinngo Ills plans." I>lnlnl. It waH I ho kind lhit photoHinplm served Ihera ilurliiB
    ....... 1.I..II.d. ... mn.".... hi... "Hut whnt will w" do'" with myMenoui effect. .In"CUUHO rarely has difficulty In nucortalnIng agriculture In bnlng( nought( In I I January 24, when semester examination iy and allow the recent decision

    .l l. llrfMikr, n M hlower* ",'onlln..." HI rcMidi, in your homo It h.-ld Romnthlng more th.in & the imniint of his taxes If he !I 'Iorldll'ltb the organisation he..elof am held. The younffwoniin of the U. S. Supreme Court

    hits left town wllhoiit Informing: undrr mv iirotorllon, '' ,"' olm-rved, MrH' men rumellnvsH. HomvthiiiK tluslvoyi I writes tho Tnx Collector and asks' the Florida Vocational Kducatlon. : me 11111(1 t<> bo Klvt-n talks to stand In Florida's light on the

    III* lkree> children of thn new >,ilKi>. with a i-nmiiil glnnce! Hint cmhruci'd >t dNr.>rnil l<*. HotnoihltiK, thnt. for for I Ilio Information but the collector with K. W. Harris stale supervisor necessity for the eatlnit!: of federal< inheritance tax law wan
    .. .... I teaturo of the wnnt of ti moro aurci'Mxful di-Hrrlp- I I it nKrlriiltiirc, on I the
    .nn..m. Hi.- pilndi-.il 1 III supposed to supply [ of vocational /; I nienU day." more evidenced whon the attorney general
    a
    II. HiiH.i: :, rmi-lrnof rnulneer. lll" lit IIIIMlt.Tin ,, lion .in. u II..lIy. uiillfd clmi.itnrJolm without being requested to do 110.I n.Mliinrd In the. J..h, him. ,, HI'Ion of tho I'.rooke. f.imlly. .. VV llrooko .1 h1 1\ A itiHittrdthnt formal notice of home prnnoinIfH sleep, and plenty of cxerclxe.
    The law requiring Ktiil' supervisor the "arbitrary
    I unnuuli opinion as ,
    arrived nl the llrofikf* mnnnlonnd uft'-i" ;...I"lnllwlce, found his \nlre. Conolanco was Ivr mother' oorntfinn t-u HervliiK( haH become an
    rcml the document, nhlrhBlvm .\\ hat oit of a }okn la nil this?* Vtt itometlm nn H.IW hlmtolf I' wan enacted by the Ipgllntiire! lit win chosen .HPcretnrytroamirer. diirhiK( examinations. .superficial and evaxivo ot ilia legal

    klni iinllnilli'il. rnnlrol Inm tic. dr'rimhdid.'No In tho straight forward Klunco' ofhii 'the regular xuKBlon. In 1925' and f.'. A. I'etrlc... Orlnndn. will l",8iieH prHonled.. The court held

    mlalm of Ihrprotluorw Iuslni-," iinld Mr. Identified, Chapter ll II..oi:!!'. No.'t" .; lieiul tlie Inido anil ImliiHtrlnl, mctmn had for
    nnitlnK .11 : j"k<- "ri> oy>it, and oihriH ",1\\ It. loo :, I>* ns court could I I that Florida. no reason
    ......... ... .10.. ......nl.hm..n. Dr ll> ,I".. K ,iHily.'U Mr Hedge did not nro It. b'..MUM* ho JotioraJ Slntuti'H:\ of Hint your.Tlii' an.l K. II. llerr. St."; UetershiiiK. The sliito Biipremc filing; a bill of complaint attacking

    ..... .10..... 10..1.--1.... .... ...... ,,11. | |in>|)OHI'> tO Illl't Ollt hud ni-v.'r iH-hi'ld ..I"hllV.. ProoltcN' first s'I'tlon of the act fol- : !:. will hi- Hurrvtnrytreasurir.I'olk. not Hl'O things. like the I'lIlmlh'h, I Ilio ( oMstlUitlonaH.ly of tho law.

    4 .......nd. IPMM. ciflli'lnlcommtlmlcfitlnn. I "V. rv ""II. Too Into thin evenlnii ..von. li.-i-t(. .. ho wi\\' enoiiuh tor>nvinre :( : i ounty urancl Jury und Comptroller ".\ sovereign state," the nttorneyg..ne'ul
    : nnil pmoevilM Inrvail. h"'r. Tomoirow" you.. mnv him Ih... ho Kid. m..ido no nilst.'ikp I JO\\B KriieHt' Amos Is now a "freo
    It Rliall be tin- duly of Si John.* and Diulo counties declared "was denied aright
    ;' ".I"Ih"'H' l.. lh,' otllrfH" of our ror in adi'itn-ln' : htnixelf chlolU' tol "That nlnn.\ :Mr. Amos wan Indicted by
    ohialn vi.uf1< .itlnn." the Tax Collector within nflwiida .. the three lending/ counties that IM granted the liumbleHtiltUen.
    :.. I OW (m ON wiru TIMsroitv: |1"1011"n ond a : ho yotinc vvnm.m lio stoocl IM forohim [ were& the griunl j Jury In connection with
    'I'.nt: >v 1)1 I'M 111'' Ide.L of It 'llf It'Tor >'s after deliveiy to him uf the In tho consumption of rommerilil of two Went PnlmKouih ."

    Yo "MY PEAK CIIIMJHM.N!: .<......lInl>. \\,<. >vlll dm-. nnid I'ontanc : : tax book wltli the IIH e"Hor'H wllri fertilizer In December, uc01 the failure banks. Ills attorney had -

    "I Blmll b,' nwnv from I -- riiptly. [ rant. to mail to em h lax payer nppc'nrlng <' 'ding!: to J. Hinton Pledger supervising Hie matter taken to tho supremocourt YV.\IIM r.i.vih TiiitnrciiHIMICTII

    :, homo until thn evening. of She lid, the vvny from iho iilirury.doun on the aMHt'HHI1I'n troll. !: liiHptM'tor of the state .
    writ of habeas corpus.Tlie 1.110I.1'U: : : >
    on a
    Fobruary ID. I urn In i",>rf'ithealth. thp l.rond hall and into a .H..>iioi whone piiHtolnVe addreHH\ mny be department of agriculture. Polk's luis ruled
    ,' thnt liv on t'l1!, ..ltnid. latter trlbun.il: Just
    roiim upp'
    notice that the tax book tlnn 0,592.0 tons. ; "St.;
    My trip In chli'fly of known foiiMiiiui(> wns liable
    .> folUiwi'it her the comptroller Is not '
    h"uH"It that
    uf ihi i in Slate
    lirrc Projects
    1 Watcruny
    ': a business nnturo. In <>rr to innko ,.'MU.: ihi-n Hilly Mr lloilirnhrniK'it :Its open' for payment of tuxes.. tntIIIK Johns, 6433.7 : Uude 5,543.3. for the IrreKiilarltles charged( In

    ,( all proper provlHlnn fnr your mre ,, up In the rt-ar. m.-Hna n", iftin tho amount of taxes. due byI tho Indictment, and ordered the Kail

    t and comfort I nm plnclng a pcronniilreprosentntlve -!.- .>f hlH KiirroimdinHS, and 'iccaiin.iiu I such tax payer and advising the CummlHHloner of Agriculture sheriff to release. his "prisoner."
    In ohnrRonf my hou"<> .. frustumillghtlv I centum of discount allowed by 12. The
    per Nathan: Mayo In telegram tonwrl..n Washington; Jan. war
    '. hold a man In whom I hn\o com' Thdlnlni";, room, in the Urookoinii { law. payments in a do by the dale department today disapproved a
    pleta confidence.. My pornonal lit. >
    ,011I:' &orneys ar. chnrproil to com mllnl.....* .< <.room should .ho. It nas almostiMnquft I of printing such notices New York publication spiked ru- tnwiiHlte haM begun by Knill proposal deepen
    ; expense channel between the
    ,: with ma In cnso ot cmeinrncy.I but miltr. I'rooko hndixin therefore shall be niorH that Florida had "gono Volant; engineer: of the general way river
    under no other clrcumslnnoos. It .<*! it in aalnut, hoc'auflc hn and tho postage' buck." The situation In the state land office Washington.. Mr. Gulf of Mexico and Hampton

    _1" will bo usnlcsH for you to Inquire my : could easily afford to. ho h.ld/ .plured. I paid out of the general funds of except in n few Ixoluted instances VotKht will attempt to establish Springs, Fla.COlIslru..tlon.

    whereabouts from thorn. I fool 1 thnt no <-h.-ck uM>n his' architect clthorin the county upon statement thereof normal the commls- of a canal from
    la
    practically
    ) ': '. this. short srpnrntlnn will tw ot thiM. or any other apartment under I by I the Tax Collector." said. He attributed the adverse permanent mark I MRS; during the Waldo Fla., through Lnke Alto

    : benefit to all of U". and I .shut Inok fit* roof Honer survey a survey conducted In 1858 Into Little Lake Santa Fe also was
    ...' forward to our rminlon with an*.*! Thfamily inhlo. dlKays employrilwhen tho tit hern reports to "disappointedspeculators. having; resulted in tio permanent
    Growers along BO found inadvisable.
    tlonal anticipations rhi'io wnri* no guests sremiddimurdlv I I marklnKS!: and property owners
    It shore of Lake Okeechobee exceeded Major General Jadwln chief ot
    thif room.
    -In tho meanwhile Mr. Hedge ntllb small in groat I there now are uncertain as to their
    llhUM wan not plnrcd in the center, but tlielr record of December! 1925 engineers who reported for the
    In full and absolute charge. Hamilton county will be added holding
    t authority that I have conferred dr-iun clomt to .in o|>i-n fireplace, I, with the shipment of 103 cars of war department concurred with
    : to the area in which tick eradication .
    upon him In another document. HeIU ",11..n a few logs of hiKh pricedIrlftwoofl leans InHt month. The movement the district engineer that the business
    a man of excellent chnrncterI uenhurnlim with otruni;nrt from CleulHtoa. the shipping point work will be carried on In Wllllnm! Jardlne secretary ot of the proposed canal would

    j';. I thoroughly recommemloil, by his emI mii-n of ttti".n "iiid'. Muo nnd yellow waM 75 solid earn and 11.3UO ham- 1U27! :! Dr. J. V. K mi pp. state veterinarian the United States Department of receive serious competition from

    f. and I am sntlufnrtnrlly assured. It ..-nn quitii. longnll< to Inn announced. Systematic considers Florida's
    plovers lers, the equivalent of 28 cars by Agriculture; motor bus carriers and that the
    a gentleman. I In will re.l'r 'lahli.' and ihu pro.'CHston niovrd in dipping( will be begun; In Leon, wild life "a real
    and will hnvo full nnnnctnl ",nI., tilXlr Mofl pH irtivi* Kl'inr-' t'X""fHH.! The shipments I In Dp- efforts to conserve cost compared with the service tobo
    with Madison Tuy-
    responsibility you. In nil hour hol,' nnd Illltlng. iioiu" rildo, to nidi*. "Mverill ember 1925 aggregated/ only 71uru. I lor.Wiikulla Lafayette Jefferson Dixie and Hamilton national service.\ Mr. Jardlne, In rendered would be prohibitive.

    family tnnttors. ira. i. tuttMitlir.. .. iriim m
    **ll Is ncodlofts for mo to say that ix'hiiid i'oiiHtiint-c- rnair. ouoM ills- counties. Suwannee and Columbia J. n. Uoyall. of the state game and channel to connect Pine Island

    1. you will .roonornto. with him In ,very 'n 'thin' thi' Hiinnijc-i-<* cuioplficly Refusal ot the Supreme Court countes may be added to fresh water fish department high sound with Captlva Island and the
    1' way: I kanw thnt you will. Treat' .u ..IH. Ho ni'ithiT. hurried. nn.10to..1 the IIl1t by providing; their own ly commended the state for Its
    : of the United States to permit the Caloonahatchee river In Florida
    did. hi hinds: .. will be
    him a. you would me"And m not oiirry financing. Work completed "splendid services In the move
    \:. now. my children. I M you.or in hiM IMM .u.
    ( a short time an affectlnn.it! noriinimhton nin tio llnmoved the validity ot the feueral III her I- Jkaloosa Walton and the western ..
    g-oodby .ld nonrhulantly' toward' thtublu <> ance tax law with Its reliute pro- life. IU..OUOI.S; KIM.KI1AT
    half\ of Holmes.
    .' : "Tour loving father. iri John W llroolto hlm.clfXfy Islon has. added Impetus to the TOUT PIKRCK

    "JOHN BitCXJKE." t'lth'rs i'hair 4alil Conttanrc ountry-wlde movement to seek # That the Seaboard-All Florida

    "That document you may keep." with i hr if WMUI"Mr epeul of the law by Congress( ac- Florida railroads must charge Railway intends to push its extension Fort. Pierce. Jan. 15.-A coroner's
    ::t'V said Mr H-dge, as he panned IK* H-il.'o, j ordlnK!: to information received by south of Miami was indicated Jury Is still undecided as
    'You dinner Horace'murmured
    ;11 letter to Constance Urookn Tho oneI may ti-rvo on petroleum products shipped
    Chamber of here when the board ot commissioners
    the Florida State
    (TonHtanouYI'H to the cause of the death of R. A.
    ii. th red seal h replaced in his
    with *
    Ii) over the state. This was
    I of the Everglades Drain
    MIKH. UrooM%. and llurtu.'e.wiinrhinu ommerce. Addlson whose body was found
    pocket
    '
    .; Still the three Orooko childrenI the lime bemy I ant lit of thn stranger ,dlHoppmrcd un hnerrn States Supreme Court definitely permit for the construction of a
    nottheirs Committee opposed to the a night pierced by two bullets.
    spoke no word 8po-ch was
    '. I flour father"lha ndThviu refused to take any part in litgatioa. Creek Ca I
    ., I for the moment; rather. It waa '"ederal Inheritance Tax held In bridge across Snapper While It was generally rumored
    .
    WIIH. nitif i& minuttt uf silence In which the Florida supreme
    : tholm to gale. In mute bewildermentml the nal. The permit was issued on
    Indicated
    { If Vasblngton, it was that Addison committed suicide,
    I '. well broken unly ny itn vmtiarrassed that Intrautate
    %( uld man wunts to K way. court held railroad refrain
    the bearer of the documents. condition that the
    and good But why can t we run cough Irum Hilly Then Mr Hedge. egUlatures of more than forty rates must be applied. The prod the coroner's jury up to Friday
    They saw & person who was. soma-. things' Where do you come In?" spoke tales. meeting in January and from the from damaging the canal and fur night, had been unable to reach a
    ; what above medium height and of ucts were being shipped nish bond to guarantee complying ,
    'Now that we vw all plunged In February would adopt resolutions decision.
    lander frame. The lines of his hendwer Mr. Hedgo smiled faintly a dlgnl- cold after all. Is oil fields to warehouses in FlorIda with the conditions of the permit.
    proceeding"I the water inn t so petitioning Congress for repeal othe The body of the dead man 'was
    fled not unpleasant
    yet the
    latter to
    !'I angular an effect heightened and from the e I
    cams in by order of your If"Tim law shipped to Ralford for burial
    \ I Mr his almost black hair and the itireu. "HruoKoa looKed at him distributors. The court decision
    'J artlfT, uncompromising manner In father" ,'* h* answered "'n fact for A committee composed of speak- to the Only eleven schools of Florida Thursday night. Ralford waa the
    "" sharply and with obviously aurprtsudfaces will mean a great saving
    \ \ which U was brushed straight back the time being. I am your fattier. Uonatanua and her brother 1 Bra ot the various state legislatures ultimate consumer. In the opinion do not include health and physical family home of Addlson.
    his .-.. Ills .. dark "Cloud Lrfird1" Tha exclamation education part of their dally .
    past eye wo. exchanged fleeting glances, Altca and state tax officials was nppolnt- as a
    for the
    Brooke of Fred II. Davis attorney
    of ,
    Bnly
    from tha lips
    ..'. and disconcertingly steady. His nose cnnio from h..adto pursed her lip Th* observation had ed to present the Issue to the leglsatures. Commission who instruction, according to annual Polk City.-Work started on
    Railroad
    lie surveyed thu strsngvr Florida. ,
    ; WsW Ions but straight In the bridge oundud rather human quite different Offluials of more than 'reports received hero by Miss RebaF. new paved highway connecting
    Intent tu express
    heels with plain
    and not budly molded His III'| s from the H.'dn of the library Instituted the proceedings. ot this town with Lake Alfred and
    r.oN. closed firmly but not harnhly There. contempt Why hu was. bigger himself wenty of the largest states In the Harris state supervisor
    Mtf was smiling too. health and physical education. The Winter Haven.
    already have on record -
    country gone
    i was a faint cleft In his. chin He was *
    'You a..... he continued easily, The State Road Department on such Jacklonvllle.-Plan" under way
    called to the tax law. state has 169 schools teaching
    dreaaod quietly but obvlounly well.As I 'I prcfei. however to bo as opposed
    tha first ahoc-k WON not in thn fact
    26 will let its second series -
    I to his aiN. It was probably Mr Medici And tho reason thnt you that t arrived. on trm m-ene. hut In January work. Three years ago, Florida for construction of $175,000

    twenty-elwht or IIlno.t' cannot run things Is that I am going tha fact that your father. dldn Alachua county has recently of road buildIng contracts for had but two full time teachers ot building for Royal Motors Company

    t' Mr. tied n bore the. srrntiny, with to> run them Constance was nut wholly sura ofthlt short-cut between Jack- 1927. The department recently health and physical education and on Riverside Avenue.

    composure, ui thotiKli It \\ere something There WHS. .a snup In nil. voice. that provided a South let contracts for thirteen projects now there are eighty!: five. In addition Madison.---New: relay station for

    : I he had quite iintlalputcrl, Homenaured madn the Hrouks children wincuAmi "1 can rtmdlly undi-rsiand yoursurprisi ouvllle and Central and In ten counties, representing an to n number of supervisors. Southern Bell Telephone Com"llnycompleted.
    ", iclunrea with Wllllnm now rm added in a murecomfortable 'lorida that saves many miles and
    and three
    said Mr HuilKo "It Is entirely expenditure of a million .
    i Brooke without tho ut tone. "1 bellow it Is nm. much Ime for motorists the FlorIda -
    *| r qulvei an eye nutuiul XV'uru .ll moro or quarters dollars and as soon as of Fort Myers.Bids requested for
    : Ud. while he M'.rd.1.'I..n..o. tutI fur dinner. Lt 0.. gu In less of But sururines States Chamber of Commercema I CommlHHloner Agriculture
    treuturea
    surprise the ink on the contracts was dry, editorial In construction of swimming pool at
    IIjt., UmporsoiiRlly as though nlit wenun ( ''"Htnnr.1 henltntud. which munnt aro not ni-t.esHurllv. unpleasant. been advised. The county has Nathan: Mayo in an
    and sinter did Ilkawise. HO to ..fipouk the January 26 proponed .ubllclltlon .of the city park to cost 18000.
    I'" Inanlmutn nxture In the llhrury that her brother or utfndc-d by iny unfortunate con completed the new road from \Vallo I Florida Review .
    It waa Allca who nioko| llmt It was characteristic,' dot letting was announced. The ,
    : *ei|uenuvii directly south to the Marlon ----- --- ----
    : t. "Whero Is my father" she dmnndcd >>- vel i>ment ot every crnis m lhHrooku .. ColiHtitnre mad' 14 rinlH uf tho fac-t latter will Involve St Lucle, St. I -
    trim-
    \ in u frlKhtrneU voli-v "1i' tiinnly The, would have" trim thitrinmir thouKht well ofhlmsclf ounty line via Hawthorne, Johns, Palm nench, Franklin
    I don't undi-mtnnd...... m dail'" groined tu acknowledge' it, but the mini; twelve or fourteen miles Brevard Martin and Clay

    *'l tim unuljlu to RiiHwer rfplind older tirdthr and tho younger sisteihiul 'I'm wiiopl> youi fill t her agent foia from the distance between Jacksonville counties Lake and will mean .an additional : We can charge your 0 UDOI

    Mr. He lK* vanlly "1 do not Know. uncoiiHc-luusiy fnllim into the short time. 1'vu no doubt In the and Ucala and points expenditure of a million and YES

    It la not rny bunltiusa tcj know. HeU. huhlt nf wnlting tu set. wbut Con world. that you will all tnk. a Keen. south of that city. The new route of Itoad I 0 llliUiSmith's
    howavur as ho. vxplmim In Mn stnnio would do. Mr. ll" letter quite. null und lit will return Hltiiuilon.. Hit hud oyes only for the naturu of It la cleur. to No. 4 will be hardsurfaced under
    us you. through runs to avoid the heavy
    t to you un the day mentioned.< the central flgure. of Ihu Ir..... on the forthcoming contracts.

    : j "February 19!" gasped Cantunnre. She met his gluncu quite at..a.iIlY. NEXT C-tlAPTRIti TIle ...t Ir*. Irnlllc moving between Waldo .
    ,. lancing t the letter. "And-and with a slight narrowing ot nor eyell.li soai !. rflleleaey.Commerce and Ocala via Gainesville and
    Chief Justice W. H. Ellis, of the
    kltcanopy.
    _. .. state supreme court. Is now enJoying Garage sg-
    again urges Florldlansnterested -
    In the development olhe V. D. L. Robinson business the distinction of having I

    :' I STATE CHAMBER COMMERCE 1fI. 1\\ state's agricultural resources manager the American Motorist \ bench been the to be final selected member for the of chief the .

    to watch Suwannee county. Suwannee ofllciul publication of the American Justiceship by lot and the first

    had approximately 36,00 Automobile Association has accepted
    '
    elected by the other Judges under
    1 "World leadership In the production rations that another decade will acres of land under cultivation the general managership ot I the constitutional amendment
    ant This the Suwannee the Florida State Automobile Association I
    year
    of na.allllorf'a Is rapidly see the gum naval stores IndustryIn year. 'recently adopted. Judge Ellis be
    {! panning the south. forced to seek County Chamber of Commerce the Florida State Chamber month
    new
    chief Justice over a
    came
    to the artificially entabllHhTdmaritime J. R. DAVIS & CO.
    Holds for Its supply of timber." has Just Informed the State Cham ot Commerce has been advised ago when the term of Judge Arm-

    :} forests. of France and In France the output of naval her approximately 51,000 acres by headquarters of the A A. A. stead Brown technically expired.

    1t ; within the next ten years the store has been increasing steadily will be producing crops. Washington, D. C, Mr. Robinson

    "', it United States will "e able to sup 'for more than eighty years and Is The Suwannee Chamber which was to assume his new duties INSURANCEAGENCY

    ply no more than American requirements. still Increasing yearly with little Is devoting Its energies solely to with headquarters la Orlando

    Those statements or no reduction In the timber sup agricultural development has sue the last of this week. MED IN NIGHT

    ; '\.. are contained In a bulletin from ply. ceeded In bringing eighty farmers 0 !;

    '- he United States department of and their families Into the county Federal soil experts from Washington I ESTABLISHED 1886

    ,, Agriculture obtained by the He- Students at the University of From the Carolinas during the have arrived at Green Cove JN AGONY OF PAIN

    search Department of the Florida Florida have been appealed to by last three months and every one Springs to begin the two-year job STARKE FLA.

    State Chamber of Commerce In Dr. I,. M. Drake of Dnytona Beach of them has been settled upon the of making: a soil survey of the i,

    t 1 connection with a study of the to get behind the movement for land either as outright owners oas 129.000 acres of land owned by Better in twenty minutes after

    ..'.: forestry situation In Florida., The creation of a state forestry bureau share croppers. I J. C. Penney, the Florida State i home treatment '6

    .I tate chamber at Its annual meeting la .an address before the student As Indicating the thoroiighnes Chamber of Commerce has learn I ample

    '{., In Miami In December adopted body recently Dr. Drake cited with which the agricultural pro ed. Although the survey Is being Seized In tlie night with a pain In her

    In'the form of a resolution a recommendation China as retrograding from what gram has been planned and the made by federal experts the Penney aide like pleurisy, an Oakland, California I

    \! from the all-state v us once n great civilization be- type of cooperation the rhambeIs Interests are bearing the full woman got quick and com'plete I II Get Your Money Promptly

    agricultural conference that the IMUSO It Is without forests."When receiving from citizens of the expense Incident to the work. relief by prompt home treatment. I
    t legislature at Its next uetmlon be that thos I I Sloan's Liniment." she HAROLD. C. WALLINSURANCE
    it rains in China the county, it Is pointed out "I applied
    urged to create n state forestry "and I shall never allow
    rivers flood the land and ruin share croppers without money sulflclent writes, now
    + bureau with the object of protecting habitations because to carry them until .crop The Florida State Chamber of one bottle to be empty before buying
    and
    second growth timber and the crops Commerce has completed organization another. In twenty minutes I was
    the
    ; In being financed by
    hold the come are
    reforestation of cut-over land there water."are he no said.forests"There to is danger native farmers and land owner of its Advertising. Promotion better. In a"very short time-peace Repretenti the Beat Leading Iniuranct Companies

    The of timber d _n whose land they until returns and Industrial Censorship fully asleep. FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY
    depletion upon of the same thing here.ve occupy Committee* of which Charles C. The reason that Sloan's .gets,: these I BOND

    which the American naval Htarex are already having to terrace some are received from the pro Carr. of St. Petersburg. Is chair remarkable results is that it doesn't ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

    industry depends, Is so pronounced of the farms. in the state. duce. Just deaden the nerves. It stirs up your

    .. that the Industry Is commonly "You have several members of man. The committee, will Investigate own curative forces to throw ofl the I ,
    advertising and promotion
    regarded as a dying one guys K. conditions that are causing the trouble.
    R. McKee, deputy forest supervisor. the state legislature here In your Federal officials and officials of schemes In order to forestall the Pat it on lightly-no need to rub.
    student body and many of the twelve Southern states will meet the work.
    of the Florida Nalonal Forest. In operations of persona who annually It's the medicine that does
    members are fathers of students or la Jacksonville February 7-9 to feel com
    bulletin Issued. by the Federal have mulcted Florldlans of hun Immediately you a warm REDUCED RATES
    Bureau In connection related to them. In any even plan an aggressive campaign to dreds of thousands of dollars fortable glow as fresh, healing blood

    .Forestry they are your friends and they eradicate the cattle tick. The through illegitimate promotion begins circulating through the affected

    with the French Industry. I I l will pay attention to your opinionsif states to participate In the confer projects. Mr. Carr's associates on spot. Tense, contracted muscles relax I 'BLUE BUS LINES
    should be taken In the congestion is broken up. the pain
    "Steps i them because you North Carolina. ,
    you express ence are Virginia. the committee are J. A Grlffln. and to LBAVBISVCARKB TWICK DAILYi. NORTH AMD SOUTH
    immediate future to work conservatively are the rising. rulers and builders ,Alabama Mississippi Louisiana, president of the Exchange National stops. So clean, pleasant 35 cents.easy
    the remaining supply of use, too. All druggists- To JACKSONVILLE
    of the state. Texas, Oklahoma. Tennessee, Arkansas Dank of Tampa; Cary A. liar- $1.60

    virgin timber and adopt a mothodof "Insist on a forestry bill at the Georgia and Florida. dee president ot the First National GAINESVILLE .90

    turpentining the second-growth {I next session of the legislature that The conference will be attended Bank of Live Oak ; Arthur OCALA $2.15
    that will Insure a profitable Sloan'sLinirnent
    timber will remedy the eltuaton and stop by R. A. Ramsey, chief of the tick If. Perry president ot the Florida TAMPA $5.90

    ( ;yield over a long period of years the devastation. Then Insist that eradication division of the United National Bank ot Jacksonville and

    '.r ,I while It U maturing" declared Mr. I It pa_." States Biraau ot Anlaial Industry F. M. Traynor>> vice-president ot Tickets and Information it' COtKfllNG DUG STOIE
    t "Otherwise look
    McKee. we can
    -. e J. R. Mohler. Director of the Bureau the 1. K Schilling Company ot Mi
    forward only to a steady decline : I hlll J'\IN
    \ in production with definite Indl- The Florida State C'-.amber: of and Prof. II. R. Smith, ot Chi ami. ... -, -. .


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    .n.- ,,. : __ --- ._ of Agriculture. A to4 I '! I. 1
    -- ||M it L 1 1TTr r1J.jm lift gether with a small store of tobacco Department '
    : and a pipe, police raid.Tnmpa tat of $4.500.000 wa authorized III THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME itIi
    e by congress. for such survey, coi\-ll|
    News of Florida in S Paragraph IItionul '
    -AH kind of water-borne structlnn and innlnti-nance In n.i-

    cargoes mine Into Florida" points, l forests of the Miiintn., nnd ,, 'Ii
    I lint a shipment of !ice cream by an additional $'I.000 1100 for d". I Ielopmeiit z' :

    teuuic-r" arriving at St.:: < t \ woili 'I(lie K.ist: will: "'/, If;
    [r was said to be the receive a lesser sum than the \\ eat | J
    Live WHISKERS
    State NewsTOLD 1'.I.I..hu..1 GEE
    Five thousand gallons it was stated, because of the mole I
    racy was placed extensive areas of notional forest PON'T KNOW WHrVrS Ot. FORGeT ITlGONNA

    steamer Cora pock at Boston. a few lands In the latter section, / Become 0' Me! r //1/- MIGOS IOWE_ SALLY r

    days ago. Through connectionwith owe. FOR YOUR HAT, OUR SKAOOT TIwO LET t'ERS AND I

    BY OUR EXCHANGES the ship's electrical equipment hottmestead---Itfeltlieu Roberts, NEW COAT; COUPLE 0' CARRIE CRISP A PICTURE '
    the cream was kept under re- 42, member of a pioneer family In
    "ONS 0' COAL AM' UXN POST OUT YOU POM'T I
    ,
    frigeration.; On the next trip this section WAS shot mad Instantly
    -.-. -.- -- .... ""'- -.------ ---tOt south the vessel Is scheduled\ to killed at his homo hero The body KNOWS WHAT r: OON.'T. HEAR NVS. BURDENING YOU i 1.-

    Clearwater Jan. 14. -Charles DeFiiulak Springs.. -Judge A. bring 10,00(1 gallons to St.:: pet- will bo taken to Orlando for Interment .. WITH *\VAMY 'TXtOUBLES..> I IM

    F. Rogers, 6t, formerly of Stilwell. O. Campbell, In circuit court here I erglnll'!:. siilil, the line officials Two charges\ from an PO YA ?

    Okla. commuted suicide this morning In his charge to the grand jury, automatic shotgun, apparently
    .
    by hanging I himself to a Joist declared the courts have been ; Vero Iteach-What Is said to tired at close range; pentnited tho ?
    I I It
    5 I
    In his garage ut lIell -nlr. "slapped. In tho fuce" by the par- be the lurKest seizure of contraband head and 1 abdomen. A motorist a _. -
    doning board's( action In "turning I liquor in the history of the pnsHlng nearby hoard tho / <..- Ii''

    Tullal|.uIH"o- -Tho blithest ele- men loose. who have been convicted '' Indian River county was mule the and notified police, who !

    vatiou in Florida IIH fur an any on liquor charges, almost be- 'I' List of the week about three miles 1 rut. Ruby Roberts, widow IIhllt"l h, ni
    v
    record( has been made in Iron fore they have begun to serve north of Winter Beach by Deputy cloud man ; Clyde P.nton. a

    Mountain whkh Is 321 1.:1: feet according their sentences." That fact, he ,, SherifT: Keith and Slle'hll1'1- hew and Kills Rnrtelm who were I
    to u report on Florida elevatloiiH said however, "should not deter uties 1'. K.= Jones, John McMelton mild to have wl'natist'd'' the BhootIng. I

    issued by llenmiu Uuuter, either grand or petit juries from and ('hurlt'sIellloll.. The liquor I,
    state geologist.Tampu. doing their duty." i I was taken from the house of J. "'. I : /

    S e e Anderson, who was put under arrest Tallahassee Two men, both I 1 : I I i
    St. AugiiHtlne I> and Mrs In at Vero ..
    .-Mr*. D. P. Davis, widow r. and placed jail residents of TnltatiiiKxee II mc mu It .l I
    C. U Hitgwell. their four children, charge of unlawful
    Federal
    of the Florida developer, who ,Beach on a transfer to Iho Atlunta
    wan lost tit Hell several mouths Charles, twelve; ICdua, eleven; !' possession. of ah-nolle liquor The Iienitentalry! after\ ronvli flan In

    ago, filed suit In circuit court here Louise, nine, and Paris, four, and :, srlzu I'e wns composed of 2S1 canes Federal Dixtilct\. court! for tamperIng i
    yesterday for one-third of bin life Mrs. Hog well's mother, Mrs. II. n.I I' or l.liMi! quarts which nl the pro- with thin 1'nlted, Slate mulls --

    Insurance aggregating 201155. furls, undoubtedly owe their lives :' mailing price of $72 a case would I U. 11. Hollls and( Lawrence'.Vil- ,
    39. to Chum their faithful white collie bring: $20,232. It was all Imported kinson were Henteced to II months,

    S e who gave the fire alarm shortly mostly whiskey and rum. the former after prludlnK guilty: .
    after 4 o'clock, and succeededIn to charges\ / of tiiklnK money from ;
    Wauchulu.-Three carloads and rousing the whole family as Gnhiellvlllo.-Alrl'ndy more than letteiH, and the latter( for embez7llng ; '

    1,300 additional crates by express flames wrapped the big living- : 50 tons of fertilizer have been ordered government funds, while emplojed "e '
    la the total of the shipment of .I'
    pep- the first floor and : .{
    room on gave by farmers and (Tinkers of In tho money order department -
    pers from this place during the promise of speedy spreading to the Alachun county, through the Alachun of tho local I'o..t0' t11..o. Hollls : + .' i '
    first ten days of January, figures
    rest of the house County Cooperative Fertilizer was charged with I the theft, arraigned -
    from the local shipping olllces disclose. ens t i-I
    and sentenced within u
    Purchase club, for their spring $;
    : Perry.-Tho Taylor county planting County Agent Fred L. period of HX! hours. WlkliiHon was a/
    S e e grand jury returned an Indictment Craft announced. Since the giv'; '' Indicted. In 1922 mm nil, his ease IIIIH

    Tallahassee.-The state board charging J. W. Buchanan with hl1.If the contract for the suppi just been disposed ofami I Mue8lO

    of pardons, during 11I26. issued murder In connection with the ) Ing: of the county's fertilizer to e S ser PEeveD
    .
    198 pardons, conditional pardons, death of W. C. Mobruy and J. p. tho Wilson and Toomer (company 9'nllahussee-Dr. A Hathaway \
    commutations of sentence, paroles Brandt prohibition olllcers, who Jacksonville, orders have been said I chairman\. of the State:: Kond I-'K
    j and revocations to state and were killed at Buchanan's home to be coming In rapidly, and u Department returned from Chicago ; I
    county prisoners, according to a Buchanan also was charged with constant stream of county people where he attended the nieetIng cool wave hus wrought prac.tic-ally.. rriiiu'blHcis owned, and controller coming legislature would be a con- nt

    review of the activities of the two murder in another indictment returned appearing; at the oHlco of tho of the AIII.rh'lllltnllli\ \lulller8' ( no du.iiiir.gu In thin section. by I Iho llroiiHon' Manufacturing survutlvo mina, and that the lawmakers

    jieml-anuual meetings last year. I today, naming him In con- county agent here, placing orders AsHoclatlon. As usual after S S Company The actual t switching ofcurrent would solidly support himIn n
    S e nection with the death of his son, for their fertilizer. Mr. Craft such an absence Iho chairman to I tlio high tension HIIUH bin efforts to keep down taxation. "

    Orlando.-One fire truck of the Anbury Buchanan, killed April 24, staled that the organization of the found an accumulation, of work llronnon Manufacturing out Company tho now under construction IK to take '

    Orlando fire department was sent 1923. Two previous grand juries club is thought to be one of the on his desk and requests for appointments IH rapidly carrying pliico within tlio next few months. "Just tell limo people for mo that !
    in economical with regard to road expansion program begun last year __ _._ ._ h_ n_ In taxation 1
    to Ocoee at midnight tonight had failed to indict Buchanan on bent and most moves there will bo II ) liicreuso
    and confirmed
    Answer to an alarm from that city the charge of killing his son. ever made by a county organization matters lie Is clearing] up his 'which was rntllled M.11'1It1T1'IINM: : Tnt ut the forth coming leg Isla- !
    reporting the Chase and Company due to the fact that it Is ex- desk, and will then' leave for u by the stockholders ut their annual '.\1"1'1 AI-IKIl; 1'1111' live session," the governor said

    packing house and fifteen box Raiford Arthur Davenport, pected to save approximately $12 visit to Sarusota !Leo and Collier I meeting This corporation "I believe that tho numbers> of the 1
    1 cold storage
    and
    ice -
    cars in flames. Urgent calls were convicted slayer of a police officer on every ton bought. counties to make an Inspection of has operated on its organization In lit\ Spent Ten DII>''N Telling People luiflttluturu will bo with! ino In my :
    sent to the Florida Public Service In Tarpon Springs who arrived tho western section of the Taml- plant since of Hlule. 'Hint Tine Would tiiogruiii of reduced taxation
    to time vonuerlug I
    I II 20. la addition
    Company here to send emergencymen here a few days ago from Clear- Ju'ksonvllle.-The bill of exceptions Trail. Dr Iluthuaway will Sot Ho Ittllsetl'rallahusauaJun. Thoso who are seeking an Increase
    of the moxt
    which In ono
    to cut power lines Into Ocoee. water In charge of Sheriff: toy In the appeal from the conviction be. present here at the opening ofbldll plant in the state. It hits linen IE.--Governor Iu the mlllugu are unduly alarmed -
    modern
    S Booth for his execution maintained of Mrs. Berta Hall and for the construction of a section ( to enlarge" the cold storage John \\'. Martin returned I to the and must sit steady In thq I

    j Polk City.-Declaring that froma cheerful attitude up to the Gordon Denmark, was presentedto of the Tumliiml Trail highway nocesHury facllltlns UII two occasions: and, capltol today utter u ten-day trip 'boat." ,
    time the cell door closed Judge Daniel A. Simmons in just. beyond the Huffman cein- .
    sanitary standpoint Polk City Is upon the ItiHlest addition( bus' just !boen ovor the state, to. tell time pctoplo .
    him and declared he "enjoyedthe circuit court by R. K.: Stlllmnn, attorney tract In Dude county: 1
    of ,
    will bu
    without an equal iu the state I completed. In addition the dally/ of Florida t that thorn no lmlltllhl.--Work progruHslug oa j
    that it la a model trip." His execution is set for for Mrs Hall. The defendants liu' In taxation. North Umulllhi.
    Florida and capacity of tho lie factory will bu reuses now tourist hotel Iu tt
    town, inspectors from the Polk the week of January 17. He still' wero convicted of first St. Augustine According: to virtually doubled us HOOII us thupresent Tin chief oxocutlvct loft hero on.IIIIIIIII'y .
    'maintained hops of escaping the degree murder without recommendation a special dispatch from HuHtlugs,
    Florida
    County Health Unit gave the town oxpicimion plans are. conmpleted. : .1 I for wost and east .
    Ltuunload
    for In circuit court ) celery at the rule f>If ono car per OlernuntAtluutlc Coast
    death sentence, the sheriff mild.Daveport's mercy
    in of Siiuliourd -
    Iho
    a rating of 100 per ceut perfect .. Tliu liiuchliieiy. will hll oj>- In observe opening IIld-
    .
    at the conclusion of an ( parents In Michigan lust fall for the killing of James day Is being elm lp| |>i',il from the Hastings Air 1,1110 rullioud extensions Installing i additional
    sanitation Iho Plm-llas County
    told of his Hull the woman's hiiHbund. Both : dlet 'let of SI. Johns county fiunliilied by lugs at Klghtli:/ stroc-t.
    have been
    not impend
    here this week. Ibimu H"I'lIl1"" Ijilor ho onK.iKed -
    inspection made el'lIf"fll.y. c'luc trie Ity, (trout to I b,, III t
    S I ing death. were sentenced to die In the electric II by the \hug lieu Dlntrlbiiting' C'oinpuuy Tuner Comjinny. which' him mado la a wecik'H! spanking tour Foit 1 LuuderduloWork progressing -
    S chair at Halford. Mrs. Hull and the celery In adjudgedon to smith Florida leHldcntu,, on now $tI>O.UIJO plant u(
    \Vallblogton-lIl1aml ha.la population tin! iinriisHiiry 1111 rV"YH. Tin ,powercompany quaint
    West Palm Beach.-M. A. Cand- was the fast white woman ever tho market nt u better grndoIhami llio light of tln KviiMlaihiH: iiltiialloii, Southern Itell'I'ulepheuoCutupuny,
    of December hilt acquliod
    131,28! as
    of ler, 85>, a cousin of Asa Cumller, sentenced' to death by electrocution the famous! Sanfoid celery, .. well nil 'rhoUVUI'II"r piedKleil. Unit tin- costing: $86,666- J
    4i i, lust compared with the 1920 department tho Coca Cola king and of lllxhop In Kloitda. Tlio case was bringing a price. cif r>0 cents percrate .plant._and__ equipment" '_ __ n _' us ax n _nO n n __ n ____n__ _
    total of 29,571, the commerce of circuit over tho Stanford product
    Warren Candler and a brother of tried at the full term
    in making _. ._ .. .
    announced -
    -
    T. C. Candler of this city, died ut court and attracted statewide In- Tim. celery !ix cutting I threo cars to np n n '
    public the results of a special survey 8 o'clock at the St. Lucie sanitarium terest. the tore which I In an unusually
    recently conducted by the census at Stuart, from exposure Exhaustttd gaud 1 yll'l
    bureau.. and apparently in u semi Tulliiluisseo.: Florida received tho past two or Ilireo clays bus Now finished in

    conscious condition, the man was $12,071 from the federal government dune no diunugu whatever to the two colors
    Tallahassee, Jan. 10.-Assistant picked up by Stuart police oil the for Iho survey, construction celery crop. Potato planting has

    and deputy game commissionersof Dixie highway south of the city, and maintenance of primary National just commenced, etcopt in one or i
    the state department of game and taken to the hospital. An examination Forest roads and $23,491for two Instances where a farmer
    and fresh water fish are busy now revealed that ho was development of such routes, ac- speeded up a \little. Very fow of \I

    locating the roosting places of apparently without funds except cording to an announcement from time spuds have .shown their tops

    rows, the Information to be used for six cents In his pockets to- the Forest Service United States above ground yet, so tho pre8entC '
    .in_ connection with the observanceof -1,,
    24& ,
    weeks, January
    Club 0" QOO
    Crow aoa aoc a a a 0 a ca. a 0 Q aa _
    to February 5, when a general onslaught C>+<3 0 0 0 aoooooaoooo

    made. against the bird will be The Ancient Citadel City Gambols in the Snow I Icccooooocooooococoo -AT* ,


    S e e Ioaoaooooc .
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    \\'ashlngton.-lIIds will be asked

    department for purchase i r
    the war
    by -
    r of 264 acres of the Fort syf a QUEBEC'S: FAMOUS TOBOGGAN SLIDE \

    military reservation on
    Clinch t' 1. ra.
    .Amelia Island, Nassau county, k ,
    formerly known as Fort
    Florida,
    It was an Important
    Carlos. *
    San military post in colonial days and If you like the freedom of an open car and the zest .,

    was fortified by Governor Ogle- A of the highway the Ford run-
    along
    In ; sweeping open ,
    thorpe of the Georgia colony ,4 .
    aC C
    .
    .
    1736 as a defense for the entranceof R t a about is the car for you. You'll find no smarter car

    St.: Mary's. river.. e for two in the light car class and none that will )

    Dude City.-Construction of the bring you more enjoyment. Take it where you will,

    link railroad In the between Atlantic Ulchland Coast Line and r.f I you'll revel in the power and response of its famous

    Lake Thonotosassa Is getting well !, motor, ever ready, ever dependable, and equally at

    under way clearing, with the crews rightofway.The of laborers home on boulevard or cross-country trail. Most of
    busy
    work already has been carried I the time you'll enjoy having the top down but when

    several gang well miles beyond, with Zephyr the advance Hills. I blustering winter days call for cosy comfort, you'll '

    Machinery for grading operations I discover that the snug-fitting side curtains areweatherproof

    the Is beginning eastern terminus o arrive at of Rlrhland the new i and that this is indeed the all-season

    line and dirt moving Is expectedto ? II! car for the fellow or girl who likes style with economy.

    begin within a few days.

    'l'allahUlle&-Arthur. e Davenport : : : Let us take you for a demonstration ride some day

    and Louis Curtis, sentenced to die I I this week, or, better still, drive this smart little

    for the murder of a Tarpon Srlngs .y,_d model! yourself and form own opinion. Either
    policeman will not be electrocuted i : 'wu I' your I I'I
    4 '
    court can 1Wi.t nothing. 'phone.
    Just
    SI
    until the state supreme way costs you
    review the circumstances of their
    "
    conviction., Approximately 24 'I
    hours before Davenport was to r reigns supreme 10 Quo SIci-jorinR. either with none or.otomobffe. C,

    have been sent Into eternity by of awitch. oeM one monk Fh. romantic and tdvtntnr. la a particularly and tile wonderful bill- J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. .
    Cooaing,
    T. llagood Historic 010 city abandons lUeU to ecuntr .lane In the vicinity of the
    Clearwater, attorney for the two tile InvlgoratinB toy of winter old eirv are Quit a* venture-Bonn STARKE
    condemned men, notified Governor ports. Conditions an ideal There and exciting a* those of Norway. FLA.'V. ;,
    John W. Martin that a writ of error .ui plenty of snow a keen steadY There I is a particular charm about .
    bad been taken to the supreme elimate. lots of hill for iki-lnc I snowshoe tramp over the Quebec .. I $
    court in both cases.Jacksonville and great slide for tobogganing: eonntrviido. which to dotted by
    ben all the toy and thrill of tiny Prrncb-Canadlan" tHllaee follow AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS
    winter sport at the famous European !: this. trv tea beside a eraekllnc
    Jan. 14.-John Quebec. iJ MRJUMDER I
    center an found to In the
    cabin deeD
    Are In a tiny loa ]
    II today became
    Graves and
    owned
    Temple The Chateau Frontenae heart of the nln* forest and a
    editor of the Jacksonville Jour operated! tn the Canadian Pacific moccasin dane and It round oat
    nal which was founded by his Railway. !. the Ideal center aDd a rather Blorloo day. sleigh ocll make one just Klaa to

    father the late John TempleGraves rendezvous. for all from aetivitie fat* aDd and Quebec at night ta winter ,sport b* allv* Acres the city aiclcam ,
    In 1887. TtJltor wbe com time I. ours heaven The realism, with lights throcijrb the old :ity 1
    editor of the West wide to pardeipat ID them. wall at the St. Laui Gate and on I
    Formerly ire of the picture show tb* of daylight trUe way to the mytlcism *-
    , Palm Beach Times the younger stately Chateau with the famoo of eight and tooldna down, tc th* St. Kov Road In the inonnllahtl -
    number of years also Hill from the Chatrao. Glimpse* of bumble habitant
    Mountain
    for a Chateau
    Graves Daflerin Terrace slid* Th
    bom**, or the glow from tt-9( CARS TRUCKS a TRACTORS
    cradle
    associate economist ol the Frontenae skating rink wber the historic interest" of this
    was ...... itatelv manor ot Quebee'vrebus.
    of North Ameritra. fairly *rrlrNI more
    Washington this
    federal trade commission at I ann facility .to given
    ... leave ore with a cnarriln
    should *>
    rai
    visitor tc Quebec
    Ue I* author of three feature Canadian port be dose' tinned with romance
    the last of which "The 117AJa lourcctin; event of the rurirlhra ar night Plenty of mmfc'T picture with memonen--the "
    novels, end frasront
    placet .cr. >r one' van end --omf no matter QUALITY THAT OUTLIVES THB FRIOI ri'
    tutu Uku>
    a
    Shaft in the Sky was a pictureof the neat Canadian Speed Skaunc r.nre- nee seen the air ana the nnlan shun of this old Citadel
    and political Washing City un -- l
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    , nn,\DFono COUNT TKIE cu.trn. HTARKE. FLORHXI FIUOAY JANUARY 21. 1D2T
    TMOK J.'ot7t ---

    , .. 1 I' eventful life the poor fellow had ] he did not answer. He knew well I

    , Stripes (, never conceived of anything all enough he would push duty asideIf

    I terrible. an this riotous mob. Of only he were given the chance

    BRADFORD course he had read of mob violence Excitement 'now reached Its

    ': almost dally In the papers; peak. The tar was pronounced :
    HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL I I 1 but he had accepted these accounts melted and ready; the sucks containing

    'with tho cynical viewpoint that / the feathers were untied.

    I' EUGENE MATTIlnWHMAttSHUmi.V OIIACK WOOD uewspnpi'r/ men must live. and The two young giants gripped I
    Edltor.lu."hh.r A""ocllit'" I.'ell: I orvmriiNiX l.hon 29
    therefore the sensational accounts. tighter Mason's arms; two otherscame
    WJLIJIJR : WIKKHillilldtv : I __ ___ ___ ___ __ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __.
    Hut now he was not only witnessIng forward and began to remove ---
    IMItnrit.
    Athletic nultor
    t / such! an uprising, lIe was the piece by piece what little '
    '
    "" "" :MISS \\KI.I.KIt' ; : iTKHT.INHTUVIIITII : : ; ( ii.Kim.YTis: : : .'T, lh lIiltTlIDy
    .. renter of itthe causn of It! Hehud clothing he had on. William Mu- '
    II. K. ". filll.I.'IC'II\'I.; : : ; i: I ont IIICTIC: : UI.KKVc : :: lint the slightest Idea of whatIt soil, himself, assisted In the latter : ; : KVIIICY:
    John A. Pi-lemon celebrated hi*
    hilhI.hf'lt'li; :
    was nil about he could thinkof action, BO great waR his trembling.
    The )IHIVK' I team of) II II H. proved \ > 111'(' JIIHI emtTt-'liiK from I PlO nothing ho hud done to cause I I seventy-llfth' birthday Monday of

    Itself Invliiilble to I tin- Clay I throfH of *1*hI-I,'rlu I'co, liiiIi 11,1 Ih,' mountain/ t folks to turn against, A few i.erotidn longer uml I then :Mini: Mabel Welter was the lust week being/; guest. at dinner

    High team Friday afternoon, out when WP say throe*. we miMin* ex him'hy he. hud Just connhere: his chilled body wns wnrmrd, I rhnrmlng hostess to her, bridge with Rev. and !Mrti. II. A. Tucker

    the school court" Tln ganui Will nilly I *Unit for nothing
    a fust a nil ..I..1111 I>111'. veiy few ennui I InriirnmliiK.' and jamming hud never come. That Interim uowii hid neck, his urinii. his! ICKlilucK .. I home on Cherry street.Hod i I gooll health since his moving to
    fouls beliiR eli I Ird 1 on ell I t her Nid. I tinworried I looks of seniors* anilIlio ,' Florida some three years ago. He
    oiling I i nnd beating I mid burking I sticky tar; smelly ropulRVO I and, white Jo 1)4)1) .teas were
    At the PHI! did, of lit<- lint, hiilt I Hie Idiotic 'IlIl'lIlIolIH| of rntthe, \\uti' driving him mud. He miisl( | tur. ,'uvcrlng bin body his ...lTel'llvey] used for tlecorntlon. slays with his nephew, Frank O.

    I, weather man dei'Ided that It was hiiirv. mill t the .pxit.'ln'nt I Ihowt.hflll i>.MI piIlls I nrms were tied; he I'Il'an. white body. lie shuddered.I'Vnthovt Tables wore arranged l for bridge Peterson east of Starke.
    tlma for ruin anti I turned on HIP t Unit you had* .started reviewing .
    : u ( niovi'd. out' foot slightly- was wc-ro brought: forward ; nnd home niiule cimdlen In ,dainty
    r Water workn. The gnine could 1 not II iniinlli IIKO, anil (tin' riHolvliiK gripped i t In n sti'i'l-like vise Hobcriinic Hi" air become thick, with tI.'m. containers I placed. on each table

    be finished., to the great dlMippolnlment Hint you nlll start? enrly ) 511'ki'niiiRly i 3 weuk an be 1'-, Hicould lint see; cnulcl. not At the end. <>C several progression I. (sii '>

    '1 of players, and sn>i Intorn. fur. lliialH, : unit nil the tlnu you ve, al i..t'ii I hut escupx was i Impossible.II breathe. In the fog of foe I hers. 11\(1'14. lU'UKley and, Or. lllHKH' were"
    The first half hownvi, wa,s I know tlial'iu will hI! In the ,mi mafrenzied 'Irr ) Church ServicesHAPTIST
    ;, I t lIly would only stop thut maiilaiul They' Hi-cnied drawn toward the till' awarded. a card table cover nnd a
    for IJ I II. H I tin- HI ore 'lIhJ 1 when l I tin. I end ofI tt' >
    a victory and L4P 1 "ulioiiling I I taunting; over us tucks toward a mnunet.; Once deck, of curds respectively for making
    of:' being 12 to 9 I In favor of t the I liuino I IIP I term comes.However. I
    I I voices white
    and lover. I In hlKh unearthly more liib body bi'cnino --- high.; Mrs. Stump held low
    team. I I I Ill"pro IH ono good Wh, t were they yelping? Hecuuglit "UII\\')' while I with I feathers. for the ladles nnd wall prlven a
    i ) Cecil ( Ox ) Wlilteheud piovc-d) to t thing I t to 1)" CU ill for nxnmlnatlons i I a scattered word here and The fog thinned and old McLi'od's novelty powder container while rurnciiSund.iy
    Groencovo that tliev hud. met their I Just 1 llHtc-n to tlioHo( lIen mrs. sneer- :
    there, "report us. will you"; voice growled. "Turn the
    I Mr. S. L. Poek consoled with
    JIIRt h. Owen Clrlflln and Joseph) I lug/ They don't I believe I H ) "duty eh" ; "fool bug hunter"; (devil I loose" he suld. I ash wns school) nt 10 o'clock. Our

    Thomas worn very good us RiinrdxThe 't'Oll'VI! nil lien rd I lIe story of the "moonshine still." The two glunta relaxed an tray I1IIJI..rlnl"llIlellt. Mr. .T. F. Klck-
    ,'M titan iind young At the close of the evening MissWeller liter. Sr., l Is always there with
    Mi I a
    forwards, liner: i I liinnllr I i who* wns found lieatlnKliimxt'lf their grips he was free free at
    nerved salad, withroffpp
    true to tlii.trr" hummer At the mention of moonshine a course good meSKII""e.'fhl'I'e .
    .. ': Sammy SfcrnberK ran on Ilio he-mi with a lust. Tho yells and screams of the
    did I still Mason stltlVned. He remembered will bo regular church\
    usual good form. and. when 1* asked why he mob) chilled bin blood he became"
    plnycd u o"d himself I his conversation with Mc Those playing were Mr. and l Mrs.\ services morning and evening by
    : The 11. H. S.: girls thin replied. that pounded tl.rrOl'lzo,1., Terrorized at what
    same but were prevented from piling on the bend because It felt HO -- Leod yesterday when he ( Mason) mountaineers do O. M. mama Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hcv. J. J. Coll u m, of Knoxville,
    the crazed might
    up a big score by hunt link good( when ho Hlopped well there had threatened to report the still / Densloy, Mr. and, Mrs. S. !.<. Peek 'l'eiin. All friends' and visitors are
    to him next. With un agonized/
    I he had found on the other side of !Mr. and Mrs. N. Sterniei'g Mr. tordially invited to those services
    \ 4
    in goal shooting. you have It; the ono redeeming J4% yelp he leaped( high in the air
    W. M. feature of exams. There'H no one I t the little creek Wax It possible and !Mrs. F. F. Stump Mr. and Come, let us worship together.

    ,$ .- I In our fair school who will ,deny M, that the still was McLeoil's, ? So and remained there so fast did.he Mrs. J. \\". Andrews, Jr., Dr. and -.

    "(iUSS II'" I hat exams certainly feel good 4. that was why they hud him If run over stunipx logs ditches he !Mrs. K. I... niggs I nnd J. J. Truby. MKTIIOIMST: CimtCH

    '\ ''Howdy! We are feeling better, when he had, only known that the still sailed; never halting never ( Enoch Marvin Hooks, Pastor)
    they stop. breathing; like a dear or a rab :MKS. .1. C'. ItOlllNSO.VK.NTKKT.XINS
    now about you folks? Tho reuwm K. M. belonged to the old man he would
    bit. : : HKIIXJi: CLVII
    we' are feeling better Is b..aIl80tbe have kept his mouth shut; he We have Sunday school next
    4 mercury has risen and th... I I would not have reported or even The mountaineers became weak Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
    # Itllt'CH' KNOW TILTIf with laughter and fell prostrate Autumn leaves In their
    ::J weather Is warmer-so you dear.T threatened to. nut now the"slilnora" many preaching lit 11 In the morning,
    Oil the /ground, as Mason's distorted bright colors lent a picturesque
    t kind-hearted generous readers were Infuriated, -crazed and ut 7:30: III the evening. Our
    all tho frpHhmnn at n. II. S.wro body in sailing over a nearby background to the occasion when is. '
    t need not send u* any more blank Thin black strtuus set off the -there was no stopping/; them. ; chrurch. warm, the music good
    end to end they would lilll became outlined against the Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained
    ets. We thank you very "much' placed white flannel Jacket of this coa- they were Tolng on, and on, still the sermon not long and the people -
    because liu ton lazy to move. malto It a distinctive / moonlit sky the Afternoon Bridge Club at her friendly.
    i We are also feeling worse tame and htlp to shunting Htlll beating.
    exams are so near. fly the time sports garb. The blk the hall..d,1 TUB END, ) home on Madison avenue. The subjects we shall use are.
    I. If all the chewing from stuc'i l Suddenly procession "1. Id.NOTi'l Attractive tallies done In winter .
    4, you get to read this wo will bo velvet skirt nlvex the ense n > "Oh God." Mason! prayed, "stop In the morning "The Greatest In
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    through with them but until then on Hophomore desks. ( wan placed, Ito II null 111 55 loui'h: What ': scenes marked the places of the Kingdom of Heaven" and In.
    It would, ho a them are they going to the players and, salted nuts
    In senior's neat were
    a '
    ]owe suffer! This year our exam do to mo now?" Hampton, Fin.. Jan. 17th, 1927. the evening "This Is the Gate ot
    .dlity trick placed on each table. When "
    questions arc being printed for 'fore we know It. The quicker The two young giants reached' am not any longer connected with Heaven- A Discovery.

    : us, and each( person will have a somebody suggests some way to UI and I lifted, the little Hclentlstdown the firm of Croft & Wheeler, and scores were counted' Miss Mabel Our Baptist friends were kind
    lout 4n Weller
    If nil the fountain penH was found to hold high nnd
    4 opy.:\ stop him tho better It'1be.\ ." to earth without (the tdlKht- un not responsible for their obll- enough to oln us again last Sun
    one your at II. II. S. were lla'tlefll received a dainty vanity bug while
    4 day evening and to
    we were happy
    ( S S lions.
    effort their The
    1- I For a minute after this speech est on purts. Mrs.
    to end dnwn Main Htreet they Inniau who mud second l. was have them.
    '(Those students who were absent would be run over. there was complete silence. Everyman heavy black suck was removed V. D. Wheeler given a beautiful handkerchief I We hope they will
    sickness last week K his lie l-18-lt\ Box 51.PNOINTRS. come every time they haven't any
    beatlBO of are appeared to thinking and from head but before could At the close of the names Mrs.
    r back-in'school: now.Iol1l! of them of to stop Ma- speak a dirty gag was thrust between ------- service at their church. There
    some
    way
    In planning Robinson
    If all the* bad boy> gramlnarschool assisted by Mra. n, F.
    of
    t x. ave;"foellng quite well thank you were placed around a cllnn SOIl from performing what he considered his teeth Demorest served a shrimp salad were so many our members absent
    bur there two or three whom I For the first time he that the pastor felt like a
    are
    now Haw
    ; K table of I Udell ni to length t they his duty. [ course with coffee. I
    9 nursing buck' to health by'A' the of this wild mob., They man does when his wife I is gone
    we are fellow purpose Those
    the dessert. heavy-set
    Would reach for "Well, a big playing cards were Mes-
    letting them Hit near tile refrigerators were going to tar and feather him! and company comes In. But while
    reckon dames E.
    broke tho silence. "I we M. Johns, O. L. Beasley,
    ,1 --er-.-we mean radiators Four out of five Juniors have might; try the name thing on this Oh, If he could only explain to u. S fleet salts for China to pro A. Z. Adklns 0. M. Inman, Nat he I Is embarrassed. over the scant
    the things confused.Fawncy them! If he could tell them accommodations, he is lonely and
    bally '
    ( get only
    (
    we .
    ; pyorrohea, and the fifth oneiloesn't Miisou that we done to that 'snoop- tect American Interests. Are there Sternberg. J, M. Mitchell F. W.Huddleston ,
    ) they will keep warm. I that he would his glad to see them.
    BO { disregard sense
    ineeslil'aroun' oil wells at Hankow. too?
    know what It means.If In' revenuer that come R. P. Jourdan R. F.Oemorest .
    S S S S of Rut It too late. The
    hear las', spring.Ve alnt duty was O. L. Ilaynes, Misses
    The High School classes and the emotions of the mountaineers Horses The members of the Intermediate
    In Darwinism tell of him were used In Spanish bull Mabel Weller
    all the rats believing seen him, or heard and Florence Mat
    \ girls' basket ball team had their were placed Bide by side since, an' alnt likely to for the at too high a pitch ; they had gone fights will wear armor henceforth. thews. League of the Methodist
    ? pictures taken today. We are all too far In their preparations to be Now If they'll only put armor on church together with members of
    would -
    line -
    In a straight they practically next hundred years or so any-
    ,. 80 modest that It was very dim.I the theory. stopped now. the bulls tooPhiladelphian- TRAIN SCHKDl'I.KS: other organizations were entertained -

    cult to get any one to be. In the prove K. M. wuy. The tar was being heated in a at a social Friday eveningat

    : front row. We heard that these Kvery mountaineer In the group large vessel over a tire, and sacks jumped off 175- Effective 12:01: am. Sunday, the home of Misses Eloise and
    S broke a broad grin at the memoryof foot bridge but changed his mind Dorothy Ritch on Temple avenue.
    will be used for a new comic strip : containing feathers were brought January 2nd we have a new sche
    : Instead ofVho' Who?" 1i LLI.M MASOVS SENSE: 01"iL'TY I what they "done to that snoop-- : forward by small\ boys who( were about wanting to die when be wasI&lf dule. Trains will run as follows: The young people enjoyed an

    k,.. S S S In1 rovenuer." pale and trembling/; with excite- way down That man' SOUTHBOUND evening ot Interesting and enter-

    The drug stores In town must I "I'd like to shoot him myself.I'L..od ," ,I ment over these awful proceedings changeableness will get hIm No. 1 Due Starke 10:60: pm. timing games at the close of which

    have been raking In quite a bit 'fhe dull glow from a smoky !\ growled, with a look In William Mason observed all talked about some day No 3 Due Starke 10:33: am. the hostesses served a salad course

    of jack lately from the looks of antern gave Just enough light his eye that Indorsed his word i i I these things with the air of a Yacht No. 303 Due Starke 10:03: a.m. with cocoa
    and fUll to costing 180.000, ownedby .
    darkness
    through the favorable toJlm'a
    "Well l Is everybody
    '4c ,the lip stick up here. The Hats { Christian Martyr watching hungry NORTHBOUNDNo.
    figures of I California orange grower, has
    disclose the ghost-like' he made?
    Just
    r' have lust. found out what VUl4i suggestion lions being turned into the been(wrecked Think of all the Due Starke 4:08 am.
    hard faced mountaineers -
    (i; metics" are and they believe In half dozen and the old man asked "or has some ,urcna In which he stands. "For orangeade that must be drunk before No. 4 DUJ Starke 3:52: p.m. DETERMINATION
    who seated on boxes [ he wantsto
    were '
    displaying. : their knowledge./; There feller got sjmethln' new was he not a martyr to his sense he can replace Ul? No. 304 Due Starke0:10: p.m.
    I : aeems to bo a dearth of powder HtunipH, or were sprawled on tho* try out?" of duty" h.. asked himself; but STARKE AND WANNEE

    tho, aa we caught' one poor little ground l In a semicircle, listening I Everyone seemed l 10 he pivnwil No. 101 Leaven Starke 6:30 am. ?
    another hard faced
    Bat girl trying: to use chalk ''''I"l. attentively to with, and enthusiastic over Jim's No. 102 Arrives Starke 2:10 p.m. -
    mountaineer I who stood I In the Be Year for Florida
    ; S S SI suggestion./ Already they ...r 192'fo Prosperous T. J. GRIFFIN eI
    of the. little near the
    Prof. I Kelly told the Kats to be middle group laughing and .shouting over plsi.efor '
    '
    I lantern. lie appeared to be making Renewed Interest in Fruit and Farms' .
    ; 'i cure to bring/; exam tablets Wedties- carrying/ It out IISI4I4tIIj4I4I4II S I I bIIIIIIIt iuiiiinitiiiiuiiiiiniuiiiMiiiiHiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiii; iiuiiuiiJui

    J ,day. One poor little fellow was u speech which wan of vital "",'eIl then." said I .Id..o.. The / KOUEMIAUUH. I I
    BY H.
    awfully worried *and hardly heardwhat Importance to every man PI'I'K..lIl.Tho It over with the bet M .T
    listeners. all leaned forward sooner we get !Vice President and Uenersl Murmcer. FlorId. East Coast Kailwav, Co. TIME RECOVER! 1
    4;: wan said( but be rushed right ter. Is tomorrow niutit at ten I
    to the drug: store to buy his. Wednesday na far an posUble not willing to o'clock suitable to ev..r'h"ly'' _,, St. A II '. with the Idea ot investing and

    ?, niornlut came and I the lit nilsH one word that the sepaker It was. Fl.Special)1( building wisely lias supplanted the '

    tle Hat wax asked where his tub- uttered. And some of (the words 1 The next night at ten o'clock Prosperity for I I" more exciting but less profitable Shingles! Shingles! \:

    let was. Ho blithely replied( "I II were of such a nature as to cause William Mason was suddenly Klorida In 1U27 I: practice. of speculation An eapeclallv I'
    I the rusty old lantern to flicker : was forecast today I i ratifying factor is the renewed
    4 *', my pocket and calmly brought: awakened, by a strong hand vigorously I
    t bv U N. interest in agricultural pur Shingles!
    faintly mid come very nearly going
    ))4 ,out a box of Asperln tablets. ( Now rapping on his head none t Rod e n bauith. suits. The careful attention to I. .
    that la our I idea of the height of out. Hut the grim expression too gently.' lie wall wide awakein i S vice cresidentand I citrus development which was universal ;ti 4:.

    ", Ignorance nnd the deptli of despair -, on the mountaineers' fares never an Instant. Throwing back the I and generalmanager I II I ) several years, ago is jrain" Look At Your Roof-Composition 4-in-l Shingles "':1 ., .
    I
    when anyone can be so dumb changed. heavy blankets he sat up in the of the oresent with the consequent production I. Going -.
    .. as to think he can write on an Tho speaker was old man Mc- middle of the bed."What's I Florid. I Cast! of a Better Quality and a j.

    ; asperln tablet ) When tho poor I Lend himself After William Mason the matter, who Is it?" 1 Coast Railway I netter yield of fruit.
    bed he had hurriedly Mr Rodenbaunh The of early vegetables? pet'Sqtiare :
    what Illulono/ to growing $4.50 to $7.00
    : little kid saw a mistake he "It's me McLeod. Throw on
    said t to cart and fruit. during the winter season I
    gathered' his nearest neighbors :; ,
    had made he burst into tears and aboutit ,
    .
    a few clothes and be quick I
    The outlook for Is engaging\ / the energy of a greater
    that he together, behind Parnell'sKPneral lli.gao tSiUSS This Is a Bargain I .:
    became so hysterical there's somebody downstairs I the country as a I number of workers than It was a II
    ,
    and l telling
    couldn't take the exam at all. store wan wants to see you." whole for a year of stable and I year ago and the expectation of i ' ,'
    .4 S S SI : them of the great danger his wife's "See MB\ ?" satisfactory business la excellent. I large yield of this Important Quigley & Davis! :
    had now boulder hud become to them While continuation of the I w well ,
    I Tuesday morning we u special "Yeah." I a upward money producing crop "
    all. movement In business orrnwth I Founded. A tourist reason ot the ,,
    s .f14 chapel service: when a picture "You must be mistaken Mr. STAUKE FLA. .
    ,
    ,i I of the Stone Mountain Memorial "An' he says he feels 'It's Ills Leod."

    F .it' was presented to the sihool and ,duty *to report It to the revenuers. "Well, I alnt mistaken, so get I : IlumIsInhIIsTamIrnmaInhIIInreIsIIIIrnmmnhrnlmtImelmnIm.ntm, ', ,",'rinhsIpn.alsIw, !Ilt'l44I'ftt'IrIlIlffilOIl5Tflllfl4IIII4lII4II44t! '' '' ''' ''' '' '
    4 f; 1 bung in the II lid 11111'1 II III. This I Ills duty mind you alt If It was dressed and quit askln questions. .

    v 1 i i, picture was presented by Col. W. (anybodies. duly to "report anything Had enough for me to hat to getup

    'lJ- ;k T.. .Weeks. Miss Olive Hay / to them dora pests. As he paused and answer the door this time I ""'" ''' '' ---'.

    '\(*, & presentation talk *uml Prof 'II/IVO'I to spit McLeod, shook his fist at without having to answer
    1 \ o'nlght
    t
    ; gave an acceptance (all Imaginary dry" agent lurking m) dern fool questions." There Is No SubstituteFor
    '
    the darkness. Well I'm
    f... fl. I in a 1
    A.V
    :' William !Mason hurriedly threwon
    ./ telllu you all, somethln'a got to
    1ij. M ,ij"n'V'; k started-. paving I'I Ill done about It and done (qulik punts, shirt and shoes., Heilestended SafetyThe -
    the stairs followed byMiLfod
    } MadlBou-Greeuvlllo road or the fool'll land us' all In jail
    \''I, : \ who hung several feet behind
    --- him. The scientist crossed ." ,. .

    I 1t1I Cold-Bui It's Lots of Fun heHltutingly; to the front door., "' ""

    : which was ,closed"tightly: still wondering higher the rate of returns promised on an in-
    pII who In this lonely mountain
    r'r :,<<: 'section could possibly wish to see vestment, the greater the chances of losing the prin

    : :- a'k .tI him ut this time of night. lie cipal. SAFE AND SURE is the best plan.

    - t-4 1 slowly opened the door, and foi And it is the same with banking. Beware of the
    ; a short second glimpse! a aceiu
    ,
    ,: -. Li' [ that sent waves of terror throughhis institution that offers too great inducements in or-

    R i)fif .l body. Men--tioge- -torchesImvs der to secure your account. The safe, conservativebank
    ; dOKIII
    more men-- more -
    Inure" tord..R-lh..n all became, like ours is the one that will always pull through.We .

    |''darkness" ( Mcl.eod who stood ditly extend every possible courtesy permitted by sound

    .,... I behind him had suddenljIII banking methods, but are careful, because we know
    : tl. Mick Muck over his head,
    p alit, tied It seciiri-ly our patrons would rather be safe than sorry .

    "Now boys let's be moving, nn'
    ::
    ::4 i' ,- don't lose any time" sail! the old I .,.'.. .',.'..

    J. man.
    -
    ) Mason wax lifted bodily by the,

    two young giants nml placed. ot I <9 On Bttra
    Measure of Pnteaion Th
    TATh4G ORANGES AfDAYTOMA' BEACH!
    their shoulders. In this manuel .

    I ho was carried along/ heading I 1 of the last two years may normal type "is ru'e"a. lbs Uurry I Roll 12onor" Zank.EttroMeo.II4rQ 1

    'frantic procession: shouting, singing .. conspicuous, the prospect I and bustle, and vunfuoiun <>l a urn an ofJer/fre

    beating on panx. cans end]i year of very good business vious seasun is nut ur...tnt aimHuridas

    olhOr- -nnythllllf, with the wold I clouded by any especially < wondurtul. .:clniiul mtum
    'abandon which was the order. ol! factors. In Florida the pained by unparalleled. opportunities
    the occaiion. a good business year is for entertaining northern vii BANK OF STARKE
    | to those who are giving the D1t1tb..II'I tur is bound .to Cruet a.. irreyinti .
    I All this William Mason heard' observation and the ", ble attraction r'rum e buslvo-ss .
    I and 'more, only he could hear the I' to the problem. The standpoint! I bellevlr th",, yvst >.1IIl'J "Th. Bonlc ofHeIpFulServjce",

    Ton do' 't mind the mow when ,ou're droned for It. say these two chattering of bit. teeth and flu t'' | lag. and the beetle fever ut \ : will be a niuih tivulihici.M ,

    ,, young ladle, who took a Joint iplll while on skits at Yosemite National I ringing and roaring of bells In hit i cent l past have been cured more prosperous one foi Mint We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving,

    : Park., California. Anyhow they're not. hurrying- to let up. head. In all his quiet and un, and'1 he of thought application to business of t '' .Honda than the one MUM'ing. ...." "'" '""'" ..""" .........'""'"""'"'",,",."..,.,."" "'"" db"'m", ,' ,--"IIIIII"'IIt, ""' _"..-'-_'_ .

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    FRI .'Y. J.tMMRV 21. 1(127 BRADFORD COUNTY TVoLE...'.". STARKE. FLORIDA IMOK MVM. :

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    Or- ..... -' --- ..... --.., -,._.. ..... .. _. odlst church of Lawtey will de present prohibition situation. I Baptist church was held nt 2 o'- ---

    liver the sermon. The public Is I clock. Several white people braved TREES RUSES VINES, ETC.'; TRIMMED: : x
    Invited. The sewing circle of St :Mark's, | the cold wind to witness an
    --- Guild met Monday! afternoon at I outdoor baptism service In Jnuj SIMtAYED! ) AND) FIXED. PROPER

    Bits ol: !Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell Miss LurlleMitchell. the home of !Mrs. J. ('. Hoover. on j nary. '
    Host quality Sprayers und Spraying. Materials .'
    Church street. The' members of
    : :Miss Myrwln Jackson -------
    Miss Myrtlce: Jackson and OeorRe tills circle busied thftntelM-s' with | C. A. Pulford und mm ut Lake sale nt lowest CASH with order l'riceSntlsfact! 1

    obl'1l motored to Lakeland and i making things which. they Intend City. era ituc8ts of the Stnrke !110I I guaranteed.fl. : .
    IDeal NeWs spent last week-eud with Dr. amid to sell In order to make money. for tl'l.

    :Mrs. Frank Mltcliell.Mrs. t the church. At the end of a pleasant I s S. FERNANDEZ. ) Stark-, Fla.
    i afternoon) the hostess M"I'IIIl1ht I
    c. 11. Van Liuullniihum. of Jnckxouvlllo. -
    I refreshments The circle
    1 ?
    : T. J. Crlinn was> railed to
    Concerning Our People Business and
    was In Stnrko Thursday
    Lake City Thursday( due to the will meet with Mrs. oal. Heusloy I
    Progress of the County and Town. serious condition of her brother) next :Monday. afternoon.Rev. II ri'pri'xiMitlng II. & ,V. H. Drew ('0.
    \VhlUi bore hue WIl"I (Client: of the
    I H. F. narbyhn died early Fri-
    Stnrke' Hold
    Russell S. Carleton of I.1111'11'11
    cloy morning after a prolonged Illness. o.o o- IOC3OC .o .-: ;):::::0
    .-_ --_ -_ -__-______ _n____ ----_.._ ._._. .-- ---.-....- ;\ Episcopal ed tine Intensive training school a ,
    AVKATIIfTlt KWOltD: Poll TIM: vii le. was I ho guest' of :Miss Addle( -
    ARfcTT
    ('rum snde I
    fur tlin Bishops' at Holy ;.o., o S
    W"IIItI"H: : :: i \\ Klt.Msl : and :Miss Hosa Ilnlsdeii last. week- L. A. Iinvls. returned Tuesday Trinity church In ialnesvllle: lei j j"Af" .
    ::.; : >\\', J.1In lid. from Atlanta where he spent the three clays. Kdvvunl: lluins .c id po' STYLE SiJt; DURING 1927 !
    --- ---- Oral t of the week attending the i
    .1. Hoover were I the liiMiien n |p-
    Trng ii'at.are :\IIM..ell1: )'l'Ul'tI and 1 :Mjrwlu Willys-Overland convention for 1''III'llthltill'/ Starke, ..hilI'. h ut Solid leather
    inn 1II.tx.1111.: Preclp.! Jackson were hostesses to I lie 1 1I H. nand .
    13 62 :i2 .01 (1.I 1). dub lIo..d.I.nlng[ at th111tehell tory. Alt Swd. with
    evenliiK. O Include in resolutions tlvi
    / II..U your : t jj
    14 7D/ 51 .16 : ) home on Mtidlson: street.Mr. I -1--"- lrl 9" "* Rubber a i p

    16 45 ;ll .00 --- -- Mr. RII.I.lrll.'lIIll1n: Torrey.of I Sizes
    Last Siincla- W.IMI told 52 11!) .00 and :Mrs. S. formerly h., timid Mr. and resolved to allow the Ui
    1(1( Sinitletary. Fenton ltlk : thl"1I1l.t\ oC Florida hill II did, n d fI t 61011Dress ., I- you are ( i Iti
    17 II!' ai .<*o of (UiiiiosvllU>. havo moved ::111'''. Werwlne, of (.'UlriiKo, 111., freeze over the pool. uf11"1'i ti< ,ir'
    18 % ,65/ 48 .00 to Starke und hove an upurtnientwith who are on their way fartherHO I Alligator creek i.illruiid, ( IK lie i 0a i
    Ton
    19 70 47 .00 :Mrs. S. P. llama riek.. n til were the week-end( guests of and tilt scheduled" luipLisiti, of QxzSovds! 9 to save you money on your groceries j

    :Mh'M and, Mrs. J. II. Lord on !Madison eleven mc-mbfrx ol the .ult'ird"' i .
    Rainfall for the week ..10Mr. Dr. "'. D. Bilnson. of Baldwin, street.Mr. -- -- Tan or Black Sold1m Ji5 I n fruits and vegetables. If jj F
    und 'P..1. HrliiHon of Flftonu were L.ath.rW.lt. R'"bb.j:) ::J I you l it
    Shelton and :Jlr. Geiger; of buut.ii:! of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. 1 Ii::. Cot 'nltcl'11114 and< :Mr. Char- H..'.. 111..0.. Y
    Cocoa were In Starke :Monday. peeing ThurHday.Mrs. Hn Llddon.! of Tntnpa, passed 1 CENT A WORD buy your! every day necessities from
    through Stnrke Friday! en route o
    Stanley, C. Cnrnell and l little I from Jacksonville to Tampa. Mr.Llddon A REAL VALUE I n
    !Mrs.\ R. F. PemoreHt "spent' Friday son Janice ..Frederick. of Or- an uncle of Mr. !Matthews I COLUMN o us we guarantee to save you mono;, 11
    shopping In Jacksonville MEN'S ROCK RIBBED HOSE U
    nioiid, are guests of Mrs. Curnell'a was the guest: of Mr. and Mrs. E. :
    Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. S. Matthews while here. month. Basked
    parents Guaranteed tor Drop in and foodstuffs.
    E!. H. Smith won n business visitor FOIL SALK--OI10 new Ice tux Sue price our
    tb. Mill with Written Guar p pD
    to JackHonvllle Monday. C. Lnnzle. 1 >-l malice I north of by
    Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise and his Miss Karllng Tyler of (Glen St. Starko on lilKliway. 1-21-lt* ant. All color and S" 23 u

    Mica| Mitchell, of Luke City, wan father, S. S. Wise, of Bradford Miiryti. a graduate technician of I .!.... b Pair for .W._
    a visitor1, Starke Thursday. Ohio spent Thursday In St. Au F. S. ,v. C.. of Tallahassee. Is now TO TUADK--Town property for I
    gustine. asHoclatecl with Dr. E. L. HlRKH; In gaud! farm, from on ner. Wrlto D
    his practice. Dr. Biggs has added! K, Ueneral Delivery Stnrko. lt- SEND ORDER AND WE WILL o
    Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng
    Miss Eva: Ulgdon and brother, to his laboratory equipment and SHIP PARCEL: rear c. o. D.
    motored to Jaekaonvllle Tuesday
    Lacy returned home Sunday after !Miss Tyler will have charge of thin" LOSTVhlto gold wrist untcli I OR ENCLOSE MONET ORDER O
    spending the past week In Jacksonville work. ( Elgin ) and chain; $5! reward, U WILL PREPAY POSTAGE p
    Col. ,Joe 11111 William, of Lake with friends and relatives. returned to Penella SnyclorSiKiied I DON TON
    Butler was In Starke Wednesday) =St.: Mark's ftulld gave a dinner ( ( ) 11. !M. Snydi-r. 1. t.It'' 0
    attending to legal matters. Mrs. G. A. Anderson, 'of Lnw- party for the members of the o
    3CHEK & CO.
    tey spent :Moml.iy In l Starke with( I Episcopal: church on Tuesday evening North Ciirolinu und Florida' D
    p
    Mr. and Mrs. Not SternbcrK motored her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. ,.. J. nt thin club house at 6:30: Pennut Seed. Iluy early.Vlll bo 5O1 Nit. Miami Ave. o
    to Jacksonville Thursday Epperson.W. I o'clock.) This win a get together higher later. J. P. 1 Kickllter.
    evening. party and aided III better acciuulut- 1142t. MIAMI, FLORIDADETERMINATION a
    FRUIT & GROCERY COMPANY
    HarrliiKton of North InK the members of the Episcopal ai.
    Floyd Cn-eti left Tuesday for Branch Mich." tins arrived for tho I Iwhlte1' church. i
    he will An iipiirlnient for rent J. }'.
    Baltimore Md., where re
    and is staying at the homeof -- ---------
    main for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow on \\'. M. S. Circle No. 2. met at Kickllter. l-H-2t II o Next to l Post Office Starf''
    --- ----- --
    Lafayette street the homo of tholr 1I'l1del'II'K.! A. -- a
    Dr. W. E. Middleton took a par Z. Adklns of Walnut street !Monday FOR SALE-Pordson tractor and ? 0
    ttent to Riverside hospital Sunday Misses :Myrtlce Jackson Myrwln afternoon nt 3 o'clock. An Ford one ton truck steel body, 01 aoc== OCIOotao -OClOIO> : :

    morning. : Jackson Ethel Crlflln and Interesting program was given after both used short time. Have -- -------- -
    quit farming and machines' must I
    :Messrs. Harold C. Wall. Telfnlr which the hostess served Unlit: I
    Wade Harrell and son. Luther,, Long and Powell Carpenter motored refreshments. bo sold. D. I. Amos owner, ,
    of Brooker. wore In Starke Tuesday to Jacksonville today. Starke, Flu 11-5-U. tr.It'JIICDllttlC"1CJI1Cilt.tcIIUllamlllcu\It"I.IIC:< >: : ; ( > Uml.lllIaCJrJIIDIDLltlCltJI! hOt IOrlCIClllIf.lf: :) : tMC'lr.CJICDt1Jllmt1monmmmmDrJMCI'II! GlCII'rt: Salt!

    attending to business. of the --
    The W. M. S Baptist i
    Mr. Sculley of Cedar Keys church will hold l a business meetIng FOR 8.\I.Jo--On; South Walnut St., : .
    A. N. Philips InHti ranee agent,, brought a patient to Starke Friday and literary program on !Monday 7-room house, large sleeping Wake Up! I
    left Friday for Ozark Ala., due to to receive treatment from Dr. Holland afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at porch, bath and other conveniences ( JL1( ,
    the serious Illness of hla mother. who Is associated with Dr. the home of !Mrs. S. F. llamrlck. ; also six room modern( a

    Middleton.J. All members are urged to be present house facing new highway
    Charley Beasley, of Winter close in; cheap. Mrs. S. Ftllamrlck. J It is little wonder that some people nevv.r
    Haven wall a week-end guest of and Darby Williams 1-7-31 u
    Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. E., of Macclenny Jacksonville were here Circle No. 1 of the !Methodist( :, I e forge/ abend. Content to sit in a rut they H eF
    I ) d
    on a hunting trip last week-end, W. M. S. met !Monday afternoon at LAIIl1S-Who can do plain sewIng 01 01I F : have worn for th'mclveth'y! are ,
    : Judge A. Z. Adklna and Mr. O. and were guests of Mr. and 3 o'clock at the home.of !Mrs. J. ut home und want profitable I
    i W. Alderman "were recent business Mrs H. L. Brownlee while here. L. Pickerell. Mrs. .... L. Wise Is spare time work. Write (enclose H ;: ''kA (leaf, dumb and. blind to opportunity. }I tN
    visitors to Jacksonville.The director of tills circle' and Mrs. J. stump) to SDleplun Dress i lu

    Mrs. R. O. Strong, of St. Paul, W. White led the Bible study. At Company, Amsterdam N. Y. I John I n. Rockefeller who turned his I
    Baptist W. M. S. met Mon- Minn., who has been visiting :Mrs, the end of the business session the 1-21-lt !II'\ ; / opportunity
    day afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. I. Ames, has left for Lake hostess served tempting refresh into a fortune says there II" .' Ie l
    AWN1MJSNow; :; ; Is the time to .
    W. J. Epperson. Worth where she has gone to look ments. Iu' I
    order your awnings/ at discount a hundred opportunities!' now to everyone "
    business Interests.
    after
    Attorney A. H. Wilson of Lake Mrs. it!. Leviton and daughter See my samples' ; awnings completely /i that existed when he was!' '
    i young.
    City, was In Starke Thursday attending Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and I Rosa, left Wednesday for Jackson- ,_ Installed. It. P. Demurt. i

    to legal matters. daughter. Ruth, have returned af- Ille where they will spend a day -' 1-21-lt- I, 111:::1 !If you arc alert anti ready to answer t'i I
    ter several weeks spent In Washington I or so and from there !Mrs. Levlton LAIliSWho can do plain sewIng .j
    George C. White state bank ex- and other points farther | will go to Valdosta to visit relatives at hones and want profitable ; i k knock, you will nuri-i-ed IF-you are ppared '
    aminer, la spending the week In and Miss Leviton will visit
    north. limo work., N'o Canvass-
    cure 11! to in and seize '
    Jacksonville on business.Mrs. her aunt Mm. W. A. Kemp In Atlanta financially/ / step i.. :,
    :;; Write ( Euclosu; stamp) to .. }.
    Beginning: February let our for several weeks. Amsterdam Dress Co., Amsterdam t li
    I) Mary Adams Dicks of terms on builders materials will ;I N. Y. It* : J11 Our savings department oilers you a i
    I I.. Hampton, waa a visitor to Starke be strictly cash. except by special Mrs. F. E. Parks and children., .- ----- -
    J BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
    great opportunity to Just litlla .
    save. a
    Tuesday. arrangement with contractors. Alfred. Douglass and Olive of STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR II
    Quigley and Davis. Jacksonville, returned home Tuesday BALK:. Now ordering/ Missionary I tl now and then, will build the /foundatixiof : I:

    Misses' Thelma and Josephine after a visit at the home of strawberry plants from O. C. 11"1 your future, plan the way to financlj.i 't ,
    Brhuton.were guests of Mrs. J. 12.Corpenittff i:. Rev. A. E. Dunham, who has Mr. and Mrs. It. Lewis. Mrs. Wullfi' anti Bros. for runners I I'll I
    remembered here from Ark., been i independence(] and make you ready (o
    Wednesday. been .spending a, few days in Parks will be Judsonla 'N jI
    Starke has returned to Avon Park 'ua Mills Olive Rail Jackson. planting Wailer plants for several 4 per cent take advantage of the big opportunity. :"
    Mrs. R. C. Beuford and little where he is rector of the Churchof years and have nover found( I
    daughter, Gloria are visiting Mrs. 1 the Redeemer. Miss Minnie E. Neal, state president them mixed with other varieties. IIi
    Beuford'B mother Mrs. n. SUllc)'. I In of the W. C. T. U., will at- There Is none better. Few clays i Interest on Savings! SAVE AND HAVE!

    Mr. and Mrs. .... L. Turuer recently tend a special conference to be ago, I topped some quarts. with
    &! .a. Stoat of Gainesville had as their guests, Mr. and held( In Washington D. C.. January nine berries Price 12.51) per .
    \. dellwoiear.Ii* morning and evening Mrs. W. J. Green and Mr. and Mrs. i, 25, 26, 27 at the Mayflower thousand, fob. ..11IIMonll1.r'<. IC lI'II'IIIIIll'llillrI11. umwootuooaiacimratuinmtDTOmi) / ; ):) : : : !JC3Cammc.aIDUIIJJCIDCIlr.JCDtIOOIII/'W1QUlC'CIMCJJtDmmmmmr( ) / : ( ('ffi'ItI' 1

    sermon at the'. ..Ban'tM. Church Charles J. Pergola of Jackson- I hotel, having been asked to be Cash with order. J, II Moore,
    Sunday. ville. I i present because of her Interest In Lawt('". Fla.
    '
    I' better law enforcement and the 1.2141.3.11Have
    Mrs. Rawson J. Davis and chil- Edwin Baker, of Springfield I -- .

    dren have returned from fa ,.visit. Mass., Is the guest of Mr. and I. I ; J,
    with, Mrs. Davis" mother' !Mrs. Icfa Mrs R. F. Clark. This Is Mr. I

    Wells Tatum. Baker's Florida. fourth winter spent In : : You Seen the New '

    Mrs. J;: IT. Robinson, of Archer. I'I
    Is the guest of her 'eon-in-law and Mrs." I... L. Cummings, who has !
    daughter Mr. and !Mrs. J. F. Cole been visiting at the home of her I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

    ley. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and :
    I' Mrs L. S. Hutto. has returned to I''i' WillysKnightwith I
    !Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. E. S. her home in Charleston S. C. ,
    Matthews and !Mrs. Lila Griffin :

    motored to Jacksonville Wednes Mrs. J. C. Collum of
    Kev. and Effective on and after January 15th the Tele-
    day. Knoxville Tenn., will arrive this ,

    week and Mr. Collum will serve as graph will make the regular charge for all an-
    Two busses loaded with University stated supply at the Baptist church the Belflex Spring

    boys passed through Starkeon for a month. nouncements notices readers and local items
    their way to Jacksonville Wednesday I per-

    morning. Levy Canova. of Jacksonville Shackles? taining to entertainments bazaars amateur theatricals -
    Mr. and I t''
    Is visiting his parents. :
    Chaa. H. Register, of Lake Butler sev- :\lrs. E. E. Canova. Mr. Canova I or like conducted for profit or where ad- il II.:) :
    Inspector spent home to bo
    state tag Is 111 and Levy came .

    on eral bualnesx.Mrs.days of. this week In Starke with his father. I Added Comfort--A leader I It mission is charged. Rates will be given upon ap ..I 1! 1

    Fred statesman, who has been t I I
    L. E. Jourden and little guest of :Mr. and! Mrs II. II. II. plication.No .
    a :
    Bon ot Sanford spent the week Young has gone: to( l Savannah, Oa. in engineering III''
    and :Mrs.T. has been made in the for such
    Mr.
    end( ut the home of : where he will spend a few days charge past 1
    J. arltnn. to his home In I I II
    returning
    before '

    ..Irll. Pearl Ames-of Lake-Worth Peru, Ind.- -- I Don't forget to see the items but the ever increasing cost of producing a ;;
    -
    and Mr. Seth Johnson of Boston and, City Clerk C. A. Futch destYoy- newspaper makes it necessary for the Telegraph to I : 4,
    of :Mr.
    I Mais.MM. ,D.are I. Ames the snouts on Call street. ed near several the city square hall yards!Monday of when grass : Whippet--the wonder carS I follow]] the lead of other papers in making a charge r i, ,,:,'

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    of
    .1 Mr!-and -Mrs.- J.-II.-Lord motored he white poured lightning out about the ten result gallons of sev for all forms of advertising matter. Ii;
    : .
    ,to Jacksonville, where Mrs. eral raids by town of lcers. :
    Lord attended th* regular meet- I =OC30I OCIOC
    Ins of Jh! Women.* gullet Corps. Mr. and Mrs. W .P. Robinson I 'i


    Miss Lucia Balsd..n, of JacksoniDETERMINATION and noon Mrs.motored childrenlIl1s and Wimberly.to were Starke: guests of Helen Sunday Jacksonville of Torrent.Mr.after-and It Quigley & Davis I I BRADFORD (Km TELEGRAPH[C[ :: i


    Mrs. J. C, Robinson. II IIII
    STAKKE, FLA.flWWffWL.
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    Service will he held at Sat ton-,

    Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clook. Ji
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    r.tea: !'IX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY ,21. 1D2T

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    f, I number of different materials.The Men who were born and rearedon

    ; DUCK HUNTERS FROM ALL OVER COUNTRY chief products used in commercial the farm and have a college

    fertilizers are the follow- education are In demand. Enter-

    Farmers & Farming FIND "PARADISE" ON GULF COAST ing: prises related to agriculture pre-
    -t i Tankages: fer agricultural college graduates

    Dlood Dried, who have had farm experience to

    (lly R. F. Ward. County Agent) Finn Scrap, those who have had agricultural
    r'Hf: duck hunter's paradise has Cottonseed! Meal, college training but no farm ex

    been discovered Ir I IK locatedIn Castor Pomuce, perience.

    the lowlands along the shores Tobacco Stems -S--

    t F,' RMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE'INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE 1 of the Gulf of Mexico a few mile Sheep !Manure, )lILylollBencll.7story new.
    I of C h rlHtf. Tex
    { out Corpus
    t ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Coat Manure.
    I The law imposes a moderate hotel to be orected here on Beach
    TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY 1 limit on the sign of each hunter'Btins The tankages .and the fish street at cost of $ {5,000.
    in addition to the ammonia
    J ; aside from that the shooting, scrap. North Florida produces 2,343-
    contain considerable amounts of
    ---- right now. Is practically unrestricted. 484 pounds of bright tobacco during -
    al itt\ ,111"; ; oroi'Mi: lie)" I.: IIKMONHTRATIOV: An a result, hunters phosphoric add. The tobacco 1926.

    IIHillMt .\C"'ivrs: KKPORTSWalton : from all part of the country are stems contain potash In additionto
    \
    i ..CHM; FOIL Madison.--New high school to
    the'ammonia.. With the
    going there to try their lurk ex-
    (.n.UII': ..011111.\. MIIATiriiurr : be erected In this city on Brook-
    (Miss Agnes I). Yea- Ducks of every varietyred ception of the dried blood all of

    nlUIIK, : Several demonstrations heads canvas bucks sprigs pintails r tI t them contain small amounts of wood avenue.Itching.

    d 1'1'1,, (] N fimilrrVliero. ", and talks were given last month teals and so on -ar. flying ./ phosphoric acid and potash. i

    it'in ls ore slniiKliti'ii'd, on Hi-lectlng, I i poultry breeding clock to Corpus ChrlHtl, thin winter In ; The chief source of phosphoricacid

    Young fur I the coming yoar.Alailum grantor numbers than ever beforeThe is acid phosphate. In addi, !
    hunter gets about an .
    fN Mrs. (;ru.'e'arrpn) : up ttOIl'e have the various bone
    hour before daybreak He has bin '
    All senior clubs have hud l ClirlHtIIUM ( products steamed bone, raw bone
    C -Ville "Florida should choice of a number of hunting!
    and Christmas' trees I and dissolved bone. All of the
    w talc icllvc, Interest In the '|IK>HinipioxliiK priiKriims grounds, the. big blinds on the 1 1b" PILESPAZO ;
    the conclusion of each meeting. K bone products are rather high in
    w Lion / the iiuiillty of reefs out In Corpus Christ) hay.
    bee our markets" nays John I 1"1 .spirit. at I These ineetlliK"' has the curving reed-grown! shore price.

    M !M. t.lh .. ,.I.t animal ln
    44 ,i.n i. Slat Ion. lm 811)'H i brought about a better understanding which Is a scant 20 minutes drive ; two sources, the muriate and 8ul- ITCHING PILES and you

    f H'Mi' 'iiir rnmpulKii l IK being' )put among the women from the city / F 4.EVi phate. For most crops the muriate can get restful sleep after the

    "II"' veral Northern: slates" Bud Columbia Mrs.( M. S. Shook) : A small boat with nn ,outboard will give just as good, results first application.All .
    rA The women's council met motor, with tnhacco-
    + county a loquacious as the sulphate and at a
    It with roiisldfrabltf RII"M -
    i r' ill? authorized to
    k l' liixt month and 1.111. II lied the programs chewing guide, can bit rented u saving In coat druggists are
    ioH'dllll, Some may IIi luk thla In n PAZO OINT-
    l }l for the women's homo demiimlrntliin along the water front Into this i Kalnlt refund money If
    time favorite
    a long
    :01 r. of
    problem KIlYII MENT fails to Cure any case
    climbs the hunter and after sailIng
    clubs for January February -
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    ,( : Scot. :lit It IH a very Ntmple iniu and, :March. for a few miles he reaches the source of potash Is too high In ITCHING BLIND. BLEEDINGor
    t ;; and ,1' i l 1m accoiniillHlicd wltli butt blinds The guide In cost to be used anywhere excepton PROTRUDING PILES. Cures
    hip
    ( 111'1111Irs.( : 10:. W.IoOl'e! clad
    p Hill' '"I "- il started 111 thu rl/,lit ) : At boots and oil skins, climbs out and the sea roast where no rail ordinary cases In 6 days the
    way a meeting/ the senior council of scatters the decoys about A |party of hunters n-iiii-nln; to Coi-pui Clii-lNtl l>y bout after a freight has to be paid. worst cases In 14 days. 60c.

    .. .. home demoiiHtration clubs, It was The hunter takes his shotgun Huccetmfiil mumlng (In hue Mlniln. i In addition we have the low
    Is It nucpHHiiry to keep n up I
    learned that member '
    of
    eft'('. til It Is three! or four yearn these clubs him every and waits Pretty soon the birds and, the hunter reloads. The duck hunter's.. paradise grade sulphate/ of potash and magnesium -

    ail old 1 I.. ,re ronvertliiK It Into beef? 11 H"lelldldlIrden/ guide nudges him A night of This I that's why they call It that Every I which Is sometimes imed. ''' +
    from which they have been filling ducks Is along When used fertilizer 9uuluJeIuI'''''"+uuNuurIu'ullaulIIlnaII' +uuIIlunu' ''IUIIIUlII'.1IIIUlIlUlWI"I
    coming your supplies.
    Thiila 'I> no Knot, reason for It. Itt has state In the union Is represented I
    I the home table
    supply and Helling The ducks the well the
    decoys magnesium usual
    and as
    sue as
    him
    lamely the result of linblt. Two by the nlmrnds at Corpus ChrlHtl. ordering Fer-
    to neighbors and Consider
    grocers.Uudxden swoop down to the water beside 1 elements. now
    nn.I '. i-e year old Hirers are today long; The ducks that am killed are I
    (Miss Elate Laffltte ) : them That Is their fatal mistake marts tor FALL application
    rlh ; flapped out fo all parts of the
    nv about $15 to $18 /aBJ
    x .1 head! 'alveH Ilirco to Hlx months Fourteen girls and one boy last The hunter blazon uway. and the boat ; country -'o be eaten, many of 1I.1'II.W.F.XI'L.lXS "SIMON PURE AND GEM
    + math received flock darts up In haste, leaving; the 1.'I.OIUU.UO.I) PLANS
    certificates for havIng
    them In places' where wild l ducks
    old l ,1\!! weigh from 150 to 200 BRANDS"Time
    several of their CITRUS
    number IviiiK AT ('JlI.U.OUTlSO; : :
    : on heron
    have .
    satisfactorily
    I completed four ; ; ; nol been Been for scores. of
    and worth 7 1-2
    poiin lire cents the water The guide collects the
    of du
    years of club work. yea l's
    a pi- .1. In other words, calves Chicago Jan. 14.-Dr. Fons A. Tried and Crop TestedAm
    trolL roe to six months of I KOarc Duval ( Miss Pearl Laffitte) : Hathaway chairman of the Florida -
    + Senior clubs made 38 sandwich KKItTIM/.Klt.: ELEMENTS: : : Pat APA
    v. 'Ill 1 almoHt as much ns two :
    ;MIXIM.;
    t IIO.MK: ; OF The state road department, presiding -
    and I'1 i 'e year old 1 HlocrH.' and the trays and 16 fruit baskets last KIOIITIU/KKS Ing are: WllKltH: : UEHn"U AM at the twenty-fourth annual Simon Fur No.1' 18 .
    foul 01 lalsliiK Is a lot IPBH. month to use as Christmas gifts. WHAT KACH DOES: Gem Fruit and Vine 8 10 1
    1. convention of the American Road
    : "' I Ir"IIt1l" Okalouria (Miss Bertha Henry) Gem Citrus 4-12-t 4 11 e
    : :
    1' :ro are at least four good
    as Builders' association here, told the Citrus Special 1.10.10 I 10 10
    ((11. Q. Clayton)
    I i Continued the of schools ( By Dr. R. W. Rupreclit
    : : why the livestock manhould survey 2. ) thousands of delegates that Flor- Fruit and Vine t percentSpecial
    Ialllllll.I. [started lust spring in the clean Not all farmers are Interested a f 1Citrus
    K..11 his beef cattle as young When we speak of fertilizers
    times we ida is roads .
    I 4 .. schools contest by visiting schools In mixing their own fertilizers. To building on a greater Special. 4-8- 4 1 s I
    I{
    : generally material
    mean that
    will
    usually basis per capita than any other Gem Orange Tr. 4 1 e
    i "l. The\ value per head of which were not In session then. do home mixing right the farmer ground supply the plant with ammonia state in the union. "Florida's Gem Tangerine $16111611Get H

    'I s. young .nlmalu Is almost equal to Sanitary 8'hoolpremlses and clean must give it his personal attention hosphorlc acid and potash. These I
    I sound
    financial basis
    plus Increased
    \ ,' that c' two and Ilir, |II l year old ,water supply were urged. The and make a closer study of The three elements, are not all that are new price list order early
    the factors
    )f' steu' :':i. which means a savliiK of ,latter requires a concrete curb plant feeding than the average far- this seed necessary for plant growth, but are sible revenue for the are most extensive respon-road- Quality first, fair prices and

    '" OHO bust one-half to two years'time around the pump so there will be mer does. The advantages whichIt the ones which In general have : prompt ehlpment. 85 yean
    the
    building state has
    vantage program
    i 1 feed. A MK risk and ptisslhlp ,no back seepage. has over buying ready mixed been found deficient In soils. "
    'r. had be said. for
    fertilizer
    Inns durlnir that time are St. Johns ( Miss Anna Heist) : goods are: on seed In addition to the three elements manufacturing

    ; ;>, 1 a elliniiiiiled alHo. I All day working meetings were 1. A saving In cost. gives mentioned most complete Florida grower-. Cash with
    All land devoted to its most
    h:'. "2 lt the calves are sold during held during December In all of thewomen's 2. Enables a farmer to know cal dIe well fertilizers also supply lime and sulphur uctlve use for the permanent good pro- order discount 13 per cent.
    ; clubs. Christmas exactly what his fertilizer Is madeof.
    n' and gifts
    . summer fall more and
    some magnesium depending -
    of the whole country, the policy
    tt f..e.1 \ '1be\ available for the 'and candy demonstrations were upon the source of the followed by the United! States Department E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. '
    Ire ..1 herd during the winter 'given. 3. Enables a farmer to vary his 1 gives
    ; various Ingredients.
    Of the three
    of Agriculture in administering Daval Co Fla.
    Jacksonville
    :\\ : men: I LllkefIHs( Marie Cox) : The mixture according to the land. of some elements amonla phosphoric acid the National Forests, is : ,
    ; 'his.means quality of canning work done Home mixing Is better adaptedto terials
    'j { more cows canon by and potash, the first is the most a good policy for farmers too.
    .'" ho I 1. I the farm from which [the homo demonstration women the farmer who plants general Table 2 expensive and might be called the 1 ',iminniiiiiiiiinmiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii" '''''' '' '''' ''' '' ''''irinimmniiiiiiiiiiiiimi" "" '"

    .. to" r.. calves. I this year has been much better crops-because he uses fewer one to most necessary. It stimulates leaf

    .... Converting young animals (than that of previous years, and sources of material. la and branch growth of the plant. r.

    into rl" f menus n ninth butter the county exhibit of canned produicls Phosphoric acid on the other Adding to Comfort and '

    1111111..u'. beef put on the Florida i took IIrut prize at 1 the State TABLE 1 hand, stimulates the root development Good Cheer of the Home '

    sy mOI'k'I "'1111'. Table sliowliiK uiialVHls of some I and, In Home cases nan been Attract. !.. _did bittrfor dacoratfon add much W *.
    ,u., .. any good meat cutter what { \'0111,111IIH"( : Orpha Coin) : found to hasten the maturity of comfort of your hom(to (lu cherfulne. to it* beaut*.

    I.,' s of Florida beef and h,> Much more time than usual was the plant. Potash Is necessary for room Hannonioua.nlur.bl..nd color Khmrt mon bvablr.fur the and wall gtuMTtulf and woodwork pranot mob Atih

    Hill '( you that when. hn ran I i /given to marketing last month, elnunouia the formation of Btarcli and'! sugars well being o/the cntm houMtmld.Foe .

    , r gut nif beef" It IH usually giiod.older '' ill 11(0 the mm noil wag no favorable. \ \' tho reserve material stored! by the pUuln. combination In wil doooncioDSHERWINWIlliAMS -

    bui beef Is not HO good. Tho Home Demonstration Exchange : plants and trees in their seeds. It

    I'' It In upi">llt>tl with good young [ nt Del.and did $GOO worth Nitrate: of Soda 18Snlpllnlo is also necessary to keep the plant 'I

    'd .b.Fiot will do nil lie can to boast of business last month. of Ammonia 25Irled In a vigorous: condition. '

    beef The limn who lilivu Siiwanneo (Miss Corluno !Darker Blood 111 of
    Sources Plant Food In Commercial -
    'r It N .il HOOII ho l a botmter also, ) : Arrangements have been Cotton Seoul Steal 7 to 7 1-2 Fertilizers
    An.monla:
    Oil'1a Ida beefuiild soon havereputation. completed for placing 4,000 baby Al'I.1 I'holllhate
    li ." chicks with club members of Potaeh There are two classes of am- ..eM Joel'" ... 8nbh 10..... A !Cot eft.......bkfc b emwithout -
    the Rnlllhnte
    r) _ monia compounds, the Inorganic 4.wW ....". -.. etraJdno' elmre rr..h la Colo*.
    A members to r"'UI'Iholf of them to :1\11I1'llIte of 1'0111,1\ Pdatcd w du an unqpu.mon.bl/ ..nka.y than aq
    -I INS" flO\" c.tH'rIF"'n: : W the donors when chicks are eightueeks Klllllit and organic. The Inorganic am- saw wall daoonidoa ot fintjh.PM .

    ', IMU, /'A"1'11)N'r; Mo>ni r:M'r\' old. monlns In common use are, Nitrate : floor*. MamotVunlah. Flootfac t*UM flimltuw. All

    ,\1< >"ST Hill 1'I.ANT: I'KSTHseu ; of Soda and Sulphate of Am Shtffwta-WdJiuiu produaahgba c qualiir. .nd ,
    -- TA13LE 2 monia. Doth of these are soluble Yon will M lnt.fttd la tlM Imedau ?a. lcM ad P-or-!

    II \\ (I" the( advent of the spring, I.OOKIMJ AIIKAII"': KKTII.l/.KIt .\ and Immediately available to wall &nuhM at our Mora

    f-. he minds of flower loversard.i plants. The second class, or organic ,
    ", turf!: a flower Harden end ; (My Spade Johnson) compounds contain a Ii For Sale By ,
    *' Now: ut the beginning of a new
    a f -nanientiil plants around \MMO.\I.\I .,'HO I I'hos. .\ '
    year Is a good\ time for .
    1 us farmers
    h i the e. 111 order to protect thn HOW DOCTORS TREAT JONESLumber
    to be looking ahead- planning ahead -
    plan l" cure against the IntrodiicK'Hts eOI.fXI) THE FLU ,
    2 and laying m.lienies today
    } lion o. ) on plants, the State
    that are expected to boar fruit at "a To break up a cold overnight or
    t, Plant Hoard
    has provided liiapec- N 0N to rut short an attack of
    ar. some future tomorrow. The grippe,
    lard. 10 .,.\amliie' plants. After the man C1 I'M 'r'I
    who lives for today only will never to nfluenza, sore throat or tonsllitls, & Supply' Co.
    plants N N
    Hive+ passed a mil iHfnctorjrln e fl
    get late most out of life. This Is Q .. i'1 ., l- : physicians and druggists are now
    li '< i in a certmcate tug Is ln- oS
    especially true of farmers QI- '" QI QI '-Ql... C recommending Calotabs, the purIfied -
    .
    .
    sued
    e nurseryman or other .. g .r.
    Too farmers :a and refined calomel compound
    many In
    d' are saying,
    partyevery elllng plants and each and .! -g x ... QI.:4 'I
    ::
    af effects
    acts If
    not In words, 'I 1 will get all "" .2u you : .
    .de of plants must he :!J-a oS ; g ;: ( - \I
    !
    IL! of calomel and salts '' -- --- -
    I can out of my farm today ant] 5 F AF F combined
    eon:;"" "I! by a copy of I the !!pr.tlll.t =-Q < ;.o: 0 : : without the 'r,
    take no heud of I the morrow. Let unpleasant effects of
    tag evidence that the
    4 a plants liuve paiiHed( 11I "eclloll. tomorrow take care of Itself.' And I'' SOl 1101 126 267I 200 either.

    t Solpeople' ) not knowing true HO they drain their Moll of Its fertility .:!: ; 220 250533 61G 400 333 One or two Calotabs at bedtime CO-OPERATION IS THE PATHJTO

    .plant KiilntloiiH. by planting crops withoutfertilizing ::1210' 330/ 31G SOO 923 GOO 600 with a swallow of waterthat's ,-
    move" plantswlthoiii
    having had them lunpictd. .- them as they should. 4 :320 41O 600106712311 8O0 667 all. No salts no nauseanor SUCCESS
    They let the nitrogenous G60 6251133:11163811000: the slightest Interference with ,
    constituents GjlOOI
    -
    i :'n:" |IH a bad practice and nn /
    I of the soil leAk out and 61/ iSO 660 750I1600 10DO your eating, work or pleasure
    Spend
    lover i.. ( ILL uts Hhould l counteiiaiueIvilles go / / your money with home concerns. Money pent wttfc
    lull liuciuiHe to waste and\ do\ not try to conserveilunt 1r.60 770 R16lS6jl 11400: 1167 ) Next: morning your cold has vanished -
    It
    may Im 8,610, your system Is foreign corporations never returns. Ride Gainesville I
    tam I" .4 of hl'llIlIlnIleKtH/ to this [ food by having some kind 8801)00; I 116001333 ; thoroughly the

    I tute l i the diHsemlnatiini of paste of a trop growing on the land\ all II 1:10: 119011251 I 18001500 purified and you are feeling fine BUB--Its service Is the equal to any competitor and a
    ,
    1 ti alJ'op."'. n the state but not widely of the time They do not return 10 SO0I1t0011250 20001667 with a hearty appetite for break- home concern.

    r or ." nerally distributed this nitrogen that has been lout, 11 8S0 121011375 1833 fast. Eat' what you please,-no I

    ir p -its are offered for sale orMire and yet they complain when their 12 !ltloit:120: 1500 2000 danger.

    gift b" to ascertain whether soil gets poorer, and poorer each Jet a family package, conaln- GAINESVILLE BUS CO.
    .1 the .vi.i.ulcute, of your To use table the per cent desired Nitrate Ing full directions, only 35 cents. .

    I: If the plants limpettlou hove Is nut altu'lw Itlch land Is the basis of profitable of any material Is found by looking C. S. At any drug store. adv.-tf .
    funning. A opposite the per cent desired Acid I
    been n >meted advise farmer who
    the :Nurxeryi :
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    and under the column for the Muriate -
    material
    leaks. ahead will -
    .....' .t'. Gainesville, Florida recognize this and -
    and .agements will be take steps to increase the fertility to be used-* 2 per cent of
    made forwsary
    the .t' Inspection 111111 Iscertificates of his land. ammonia a ton mixture from I

    w auall. : prior to the And here we have another farmer Nitrate of Soda ::20: pounds. Sand ,

    U- 'mov nt of the plants. who sells and cuts his timber Example-To make an 8-4-4 be added
    off of the laud The
    with
    reckless abandon. erlillzer suitable for general farm
    Sl tuethle-construtiolun ] He may have plenty now, ually get l FERTILIZERSIDEAL
    I'rOIIK--uslllg Nitrate: of Soda for
    Itffi der on new Wolfe apartments but the day Is apt to come when buying

    1 on Cenu'ul avenue costing $35.- ho will feel the need of timber half ((3 per rent) of the Ammonia mixed /(

    000. and wish he had saved some seed and C. S. Meal for half ((2 percent '
    }<*" I(, trees of I
    and helped the young forest ) of the Ammonia, Acid Phoshnte :
    to get u start on the cut-over land. tilizer Is BRANDSFor
    i > for the I'b08.c"l., Muriate I which
    The man who has a good bank j.
    Jf
    rove/ls of Potash for the Potash
    ry account today Is the one who has pen'

    been looking ahead. He may have citrus trees, truck and field crops, watermelons, tropical fruits lawns and I I

    Tastelessdill done on a little less In the days COST OF. I-'KKDIXQ: CHICKS about : flowers. We have a formula suited to the needs of every crop. .

    alien he was laying his founcl.i- A
    tlon but he III reaping now therewards A bulletin from the poultry experiment amount ) We are equipped to make prompt shipment of Ideal Fertilizers In perfect mechanical

    Tonic'1' of his foresight. The man station at Vancouver, of these condition.

    who wants to reap the same year D. C. Issued In 1921 gives the cost fourth I "Don't delay ordering your spring requirements.. "

    'r Is an Excellent Tonic for he -lows will lead a hand-to-mouth\ of feed and quantity used In feedIng pounds I .

    4- I| existence and will never accomplish u flock of 350 white Wyan- of wheat WILSON & TOOMER {
    and
    Wor':2n: Children. son any big thing. done chicks. Of this number 343 feed 33 FERTILIZER COMPANY

    \ There Is a habit of success anda were living at the end of 8 weeks. charcoal. Manufacturer

    habit of failure. Let us get Into During this period. the chicks consumed The cost ef Ideal Fertilfcer. Jacksonville Fla

    Prflcrelor Accidental the habit of sucess by planning 66 eggs"' '' 30 pounds oatmeal cal prices.De WITH WHICH IS AFFILIATED '

    Ibmltonhuid. ahead and carefully followln our 'I 150 pounds chick feed 482 FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL I II I

    Ll4.'M BOROZONE Powder plans, and then stay In that habit.Farmers .pounds dry mash, Si pounds of SUPPLY COMPANY '

    I wheat, 18.5 pounds> of charcoal 51 ORLANDO FLORIDAS.
    't should not wait for engraved pounds of fine bonemeal 28!)
    ; Fort ,, Wound Burn R.
    1, : and pleted. JOHNS, LOCAL SELLING
    Bruits.: SoU ftyC Invitations to make use of I pounds of grit, 8 pounds of shell, AGENT I

    their county agents, extension specialists anil 35 gallons of sklmmllk. The I !\

    I 'or'-: {'ning'a Drug Store and experiment tallun.I cost of the feed was 33.15, or \ .

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    dVriimn Clerk of ahovo ,,
    1 court u w r 11
    I UKUl'UlIT INTO LAV Half Million Dollars in Stakes Is Golden Prize an alit nenl of thl** court! thin thr4th .
    : day: of InmiHrv" A I*. )19>>? .

    COUNTY HAPPENINGS | : BY CITRfS OWX"HS: For Which I caders of Turf ConteH til! :f."r( "" 11(I'In-ill''W. !AMJiitNiCUrU Court, I'. '(If. II $\'

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    County. Fl) 1 Ia I
    Jacksonville. Jan. 15.--Thou. ; i
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    Fly C. A. lirht. :a .
    AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS .1 Hands of citrus groves many of -... v A. K rnn\\s.: "
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    f- H..II. aa.r fur Complainant.
    which had
    not been filed In years

    "''IIIII'III' ''I1 I I1I 11II ., ",.. ., , ,. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, '- 1-7-612-4:
    -- -- '''' """ "" """" ""' .:"'" "" """ "" "' """ were protected by artificial heal -S i/p 1f (

    . . <8> <88 't' G.> (O 'l> 'i' 't <$' 4> 4' while a stiff breeze swept Into '\0'1'11-1 .
    I Florida the second cold wave of .
    'V ., 4' the week setting what WE'aIlII'I'fore'llSIE'I's ,

    declared In drt'Utt Court 'Mrn<1 for4-t a-a.i I
    4' was a 15 '
    HAMPTON year
    LAWTEY -, \ : Vtiirltla. I In Chiincer\'.
    ,
    cI,> record for rapid succession of ,, 1 $ .' '- .. ... v i Tin' Kid...ral I lniul, Hank of (t'V. .1 a .,LM 7 a, "
    0 (
    freezing tt'ml'I'rllturt'li.' 7/ $ ri ._ oiluau' las I iblitat a '
    <8> "' <8> .4> '8> <8> As VM ',
    shivering Klorldlnim crept Urn 'I'o"kh". Vottlo\ Taau..aa'a' '

    > JJ' <\TII ()I.' :MHS. IIKMTKIC: : JON 10:S !Mrs. Mildred Sentorfur pent Into the heaviest blankets to sleep, 1 IIIHvlf a Farm Ijtmn .%* ,,
    : <'I"lIon. nun \ i a I
    Saturday In Jacksonville. the night long virgil of fire a nil :t:'iaaa-h: : it wlilow: T
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    Sad news HWelt over < nr little H. A. HltUKhurd was a business smudge pots tfiuk-in was brlnhteued I- I'liriM'liiMitre h aa'reiadaaaits.. of Morlu'iL..* l.t: j

    town last Tuesday January 2 0th, visitor to Sturke :Mondiiy. by the forecast that the wave '. % gLf Tin 1 **,lnt., ,or l"iu.'a.t.a., lo I M., ... I ,
    wIll be of short durulluti I and that '.'.,'iiipUliiM' and Vottlr TonipK I I" ,,
    when It wan reported that Mru. The Laid It's Aid<1 of the !M. 10 sifo ( Ia'o'a lug,: It ,itpii.-ai' hv'iii1ldalt I '

    Heater Jones prtHsed tolIE'I great church, met at I tho homo of :SIrnK. rlulng' tellllll'l'ullll'O bu Hut in til.-.l. in ahonin I i ,h i, ,
    b) tumuiiow. \a ltI.'.. TiMiipkliiH\ \ .atuuti! Vrttt'< "'i'I i I
    beyond. She dleil. verv xndilunly., 10. Burnoy last Wednesday afternoon \Vfutlu-r' I KinhtH a a wit I a,i I.w.. (if t Ih.* dof- a aI tn i itn
    at; her home. nflcr! un attiu\ 'k of with tile 1 president. Jlrtt KotoiHMtpr A. J. !Mitchell I 5, tli,* (at bo\o ..11.... rt'Hlilenit 1 "I'-i
    hen* said thul I tht. > highest Kno\\ and a Unit. I h1}' art, .... \ fri
    acute I ImllKOHtton I ( with I t which who A. II. Harley, prutildlnv.l !Mm 11111 robnbli iaiinini ''I t t InH C ..ti'\\..iit,> -"",* vent .i. iihvitfon < "
    had been milTorliii,' several liourn read a paper on foreign missions. | attn for tonight wax a mdiMi-il. a. I I Hint I Mll i a I.- '". ((.
    31 I degrees, on the extreme Moutli- Mns and \ ,.ial U' '1''lI1pklll'' I Ii, .. '
    She l In the d.uiKlitor or Mr. and hkh011 enjoyed by all. ,,
    Quito nd oath .r '.
    ella portion, ) of tho \nit I a < % oii tn > IIIM i iIII "
    Mrs. L. A, Wj'lin, and wits horn at a bit of business was attended to m.iliiliiiul 1"1'1111)1'l'lItUI'I'1i 1" a I It a I'll" to be It tld II ppl" 'HI a' IK'f. 1 '
    ',* varying Ironi ciKliteendegrees t ,tin.. .", namod, emu nt t 11 la, <
    Sturke January II. 1'IS5! she and ufteiwuriN" 11 social hour was in the noith : 11,.tiir.,,"i' In "Stnrki, I 1Ir".I., '''u 4 f'
    died at the ana of 71 )'<'111'11. spent, In which the hostess served 1 section to 2,- 1 1"I.'hlll., on ;MditdJiv., I thn a 7th I <1 I" ,f \
    her degrees III the Hotitherii I tip of the I 1..h'"I"' .v., A. l II. l'7, to un, iI
    She was united, In matrimony to guests with a salad course. central Floilda citrus beltveio : I i I"'tii,'n bill a I of complaint I o\ ,1 n .d
    Wiley Jones who prwpedeil, her consisting of chicken, naiad hot I J0 'on III "n Id .'"ul'l a n t"in a '
    about foils. forecast $ "qaa it ted aunt. .* bv thti I I' .J ,ant. )
    Heveu yearn To I thin union pickles, lifted dates hot DIupuUlifH lioni Avon SffES Lund, Hunk, of a Columbia. ,.
    Hurk in
    were born four ihlldren.) two of coffee and whipped cream. ')'hoAltl the WMHfjock.cyci.ijei / Tho t aa'aiti'l, Cotintv, Tob' n a'h.a I'
    whom proceeded her to the received tin Invitation Hoiithern MCI t Ion of i th" renIml \\ ",'kl Iv. now spa| 11'.*'r pit hllMi I d I' i n
    grave from cltitiH belt, HUid that wild Ji Sltirko.' a Ill ad Co nl C''UII'V.' Plm, i a.i. ,n
    She confessed Christ! about four Mrs. It. tO. lllatichurd to meet with rumots o / hcicttv ilOHlunatoil. ,a* 'thi n"\\ 'ip r .
    had, Increased apprehension( to prove u striklnii feature of the In whle-h a thlM notli-n slush b. MIllHhiHl ..
    years before her loath, and unit the BaptlHt Aid at her home January (
    for moot, for four, ',
    fruit and groves although It (uauae'aa Ivi- ace
    ed with the First 1 Daptlst church\ 2Gtli which was accepted. Minml'a rise IH'Xl, 1'1..1' tO NUllI racing center
    n* n
    .
    was freely admitted that ,
    .
    Boverediimugt uu.1 In .1..r..11 cut
    of Hampton. of which she wan a A. !M. Illunchard, was transacting ) to the trees was "almost h,," hrrn *In horplnir with thnf ('lty'llOI"I''rl" log (III, sath. "UII", 'air sitiI,ya'a.r tI"", ""a",,I a aiIai'
    true and faithful member until business In Jacksonville last ,. ,
    out of ernvvth In winter portaL'i'ttcrnllv II aa'ra.s ara-'s.afeasasa. I III I la It'
    the
    week While question wince the recent up "II.I I uaaa'talsi yuan III ..11101 "nu. ..iaa
    God called her home. there he was a guest' Although now only In 11
    cold wave left the wood In ,pu'I "II u am.eaaa'Iaaaas "r "Iel ",',,,'"
    She was a kind affectionate wife.a of his daughter and son-in-law. better ,. IrwIT' its. third sour the !Miami (orkrv hili fOr ratuiaiaalaab 1 will 'ltk'n II",

    sweet loving mother. and a Ed. Edwards visited his mother shape to withstand cold. t'lnh mcpt I I. ratCfi' hv I turfman, n* ,.rUH"'e'' hv you. n ml pitch oi )'on a. a
    In Jacksonville The cold: wave eurly In the week rnnfclnp In 'Imfinrtnnpp with the ii"ml nit Id Stilt, .hull I pn rpoil t hrrnftti ,
    friend and neighbor to all who Saturday and Sun took In nit ".Xalaia.i, miintiprTho .
    knew day. considerable toll of fruit that ., 1 meets of th.> !1'lrRtolCa.' Wontrhoa lamlH ilcm' In sit Il I>IIIIIH
    her. Her
    death was mourned had not been picked but brought; 5r' tee nml., Kentiirkv, ITnrfna A..orlntlnnn .." :!::'aaaaaaaaat: :, :III'::.. 'rr'.I'II '_.WIIa.t .

    by the whole community and Enoch GrirRs made a business Hiuull damage to the Thin hn. hppn dim primarily ,.. ":110' has It ..r :Nnl': taavoast '1" artrnr
    she will ever be missed. trip to South trees surveys Maaaa ti'a''st IlIn"I'( <" I III 14.1 a i a 11 3.1 .
    Florida last week. maths by citrus to thf pn"1nfln.t f nthn, .ln.m of It tat .. "I
    organizations: 't'awaa.Iala! ii ltauag' 2 I'zipa:
    The remains In charge of Undertaker Quite a bit of building and remodeling indicated. The chief damage I..h..1\1 rnnnt ;:,,: : ,a.Iig 27.\\aa'rrs aa.ah. : )lyIuat : flat:I
    was ,Ia'luaac,, ''n 11t'1I.1 ('ua'.t, ,' .
    )0" irlta
    /flow "n aity.
    t D. C. Jones. of Starke. U going on in Lawteynow. said to have been to the tender Not ,Mjpt rii.f'M unit .,,,,.h''"'* taut' ouni-il, ., t Ot MrIf K Vnmlirl.illIr $ moot n non rnrlnu"? main 'I'hll' t tao icil'C h'II1K, .."It 0:111 bya' {

    ,' were placed In Sante Fe Cemetery. The strawberry wharf is be. glowing truck crops. the lurp fat fSli.'i.null in huntnch : Klnnrlln the pnrtioular pt of 'romf..ff.\ .,.. ramp Ir fiut Mlum, ...,,a. ia Iaia.. .."'I I 111. it"1.1. hili I l t of.a'i .''ul"t "
    / on thp nclnif 'III itf ,,, ,, ,, ,
    mnn ( one ami Htilt IH I hit' foi 'IOHIII o itotiin
    > ing moved
    January llth at three across the'trackR. W sent AniortiMn, 1'111" 'Murk, th1. llnrr .
    ( p.m. Truck growers over a widespread ''' >wrtiri Pnvnp Whitney tnhieau the rom romances nf tnrf,*omVir ml niortKawu lion on nitlil' I indn.l
    The funeral services were con- C. Wooten Is building/ garage! area warned today of the tna xniiihwiml/ with lhi>it best' \\ Knulc: mm nl !Man n WHI nniihtp (tnf( that city four' veers earn, and I h a.. nalu of tlie ..aanae f, i Ills
    and Mr. A. M Ulanthard mount trainers. ntm 'im'ki-v 'ihl of the 22 entries bv 'Ned" IHIimnt of Haiti aoorb 1 gnats Id 1 'n a ar
    ducted at the grave by Kev. L. W. Is put- Impending frost and freeze took Smnot .I twMM, he'd I Ml I I p t to m'tke oninvestment r EiidohtfiltieHH:: : ; : :toicuthorith K i a' I'.ilVltnt'
    ting shed wirIer fin I lhi' third' ntinuni' itu-fl Mel. cnn vViiihlntrton, niihlUhn nml, .
    a on the front of the there lip eonauttelwith l r'a 11. ',
    I pill: bearers were: A. A. Dllrden.J. Improvements the crop' left to them by the first Ilinlpiih, "i-iiriii I"", thnl i ia' the "'.hn I'pflnnln, from the hill rom pubh ,, I A. /. AilHIim a, JnilH1", *., alfto I, i a \\'.
    tho Minm* Hrr.iM: to wh'it hp I
    means much to our town no ,\I.I""lnllll." ,rlerk nml. Uio NAsal of thii .
    H. Prevatt. M. Watterson, Dr. freeze. Weather' forecasters I'redkt..d prom ...f 'hI' tiiM".. MnH ,.,,1'.". puttprl IHH .'rnhlpKiirht .n.t '
    rfo'HtiiKI ,
    ( lit Town of ,
    and we are always glad when the oiirt tho Htarktf "i 1'11"tl31-
    R. M. Faver. W. II. GrIffin and H. that the crops were doomed in 'thl thr 4nn."n'. e'rflfl'P t maIn ",Inks races *,lll tip r.".<> ('011 roe." Shuts f",id ['''III1'Y.' StulB of "'I",'..,atho 'ahls

    D. May. The funeral procession building u activity_ Is on. where standing In open fields yn't.tu..t.int ....iii. mnpf run IncliKllnp' lh. f,5. Mini MUrnrnphnmllrnn i.i-, '-t(ta. 4th, ilnv,, of Janimrv, A, I' Jl27.'! I!

    was unusually large many being In wr. ana Mrs. L,. K. Miner of without cover of artificial heat. M'.rn her win hurMp. ,imlmliniilh thp JMion) Pnlm Kpnrhitnkp .,tttni.I tint, it. .i.uMnf/i'ii, I th>. <1V lay _t'" a'I. .',

    attendance from Jacksonville and New Sill}rim and !Mrs., Maud 1'o.laj s minimum cbtll wits leglutered I .I.sP.rs, ,>t 4im'rIO'H'. art i'ciili-Kl' and, the f2h.UUI Miami a' tlinrn' I I... ((i t f'lnh Mml, 'IM 'hr.-.. J-:: 111 .i011N4. ,

    Starke. The floral offering was Fields of Starke were In Lawtey at Pensucola where the rniintf .t",tilHhnv, pntrr>'rt tot un hnmllrnn SriPClBl r "nvprnlifht your* ,IKI,*> coil'(. hi"I1""'"'.itn" I It,Prr H,.aa.,:I a ,. for ComlI"loI\III.t '

    Sat u riley. |I/'h./ 1S ..tit, "'4pn" in wM I IflP4flI. bn'M purses" rf ft I Mill to he founrht for I t,>n (,,11'1.( | In tinier, riti'inir' (1'< 'ul I I 1-7 i C:
    not but dropped to 24
    only large very beautiful.She mercury degree
    Charles Hill was visiting hla Tallahassee '.. '" coil ",. Mirrh '.J.tui. PIM.. h f|>,ihiivP prrntpil, keen rivalry' ,'with" rniirp (tfoin, hnlt u miMhiii, .l..I| ,

    leaves to mourn her loss be- brother L. II. Hill and family Sun- saw the 26 degree jl I. .m"np( tripm flee 'Sni-i.7> n -I ..."n.. II.I' hnr.enien IIntf nrn",,I.,. (lnr. h",m.. ... .t. tirl/pM. -"II11II1""I"II'IoI""IIII"IIIIII""lll11l1 iiliii lll[iiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii.
    sides a large host of friends a son, mark and freezing and below L
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    J. V. Jones and a daughter Mrs. freezing temperatures were reported Hampton. Services were conducted Fort Lnuderdala, -South Jettyat N TICK hARVEY M. SNYDEIC
    B. Y. Saxon both of Hampton; a BeatrIce Howe and, Audry Beck from all\ northern Florida I In (firm' ('..It"I. ilKt 'H ..ujal< tel,. I
    by llev. Homer of the Christ lain
    I visitors entrance to New River here to rirrlllt, lltinlfrtfil, t
    were to Starke Monday.Mr. Couuly a I HtHto of
    sister Mrs. S. J. Prescott and an far to the south an Gainesville church. Interment 'wan, at the Klnrtdu. In C'lu"ry.IIm.Hllrd 101:1.
    Mortician Starke :
    Shuford, of Virginia is visiting be at coat of .
    three nieces Mrs. J. T. Quigley S Santa Fe Cemetery. repaired $10,000.pensaoltI.Improvementua I Count a y Itiiiilt. A corpora

    Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs. J. W. hIs brothers here. ))1o .\TII OF :MRS.KUZ.MIKTH. ------ planned Iota Ctfinpliiinant, Member of Florida Funi.

    Edwards and a brother Mr. Wynnof R 1C Thede was a business visitor IIOIKJKS: of between Pensa- VH
    highways
    Dradenton.-Work progressing Erabalmars
    to Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. f.onnU Crnwfonl et Hi, Directors and As-
    Starke and many grandchil cola and lIfoblle.LeellbllrK.S300.000. j
    on $1,000,000 new bridge over I"'n.llln'a N.
    l dren. and Mrs. L. II. Hill and Mrs. Lake City Jan. 16.-Mrs. Elizabeth ....roo.......... .,5 "' ......... soelatlon.
    E. E.' Barney was shopping In Hodges died Sunday Unnntee River here. bond Issue i.v TIM I I : N,\MK I UP THW Hi'Ans OF
    The bereaved ones have the sympathy Starke Thursday afternoon. eveningat Daytona Beach.-First unit of to be voted on for construction KIiOUIDA'V : PHONES
    I the home of her daughter Mrs. \ "t.reiM, j ft nrimnrltitr t by ntHiliivliii1
    of the entire community.Card I" Mr. and Mrs. D. Austin visited A. W. Milton at Watertown. Mrs. $11>0.000 new Y. M. C. A. building of ni'w Central Junior and senior >l>i.n
    relatives in Jacksonville under construction. high school for Mils I, city. t ho Htiovn Httitncl, vftiine that J. Jlt Day-1 Night 69-v\'
    Sunday. Hodges was 71 years'of age and --- "olt I'..tfliIOi 0 oraria' t ton olIn or a
    ot Thanks Geo. F. Young has charge of the Is survived by her husband J. H. I hn flefiMHliintM, t hiTPln imnteil, In. n With D.Wltt C. Jam
    .
    We wish to thank friends Highway nnn-tcMlil. t uf I hIt tituta if 'I."IIII\, I
    0'11' Pharmacy now. Hodges one son C. 11. Hodges of 5 ..nl dixm nut luivn .a (1.III..e nf hllHI.!
    for the kindness shown us during Don Frigo and Mr. Lebarronwere Orlando and three daughters IIOHH or un nicunt, In tho Htntt' of .!",''m'II\II.lI1II1IItII1m.'I""III"'I"IIII"n'I.' ? !. !""!:.
    the sickness and death of visitors I'ltirlln.. nml' are I In no tan.. I In thu
    our to Starke Monday.Mr. Mrs. A. \V. of ,
    Milton Watertown Hint of .Flnrliht the n.rvlro of a
    Announcing
    mother Mrs. Hester Jones. Especially and Mrs. Alken who have i Mrs. II. Wiggins, of Starke Fla. HtihpiK'iMt, III','' whom won 11 blntl
    do been tho Maid d Iffeiulant' IllI.1 l thnt Its
    thank
    we the physicians residing in Lawtey for several and Mrs. Roy 1'. Smith of New au-I. i I ,t r hiiHliiHMH ,
    | i nml phicftof
    Dr. R. M. : .7.I.I.r.:;: :::: ::::; : ; I
    Faver and Dr. months have moved to Crystal Jersey. Funeral service was held I I IM In f tho' satiate of
    Blgga of Starke. for forth river. New YorU. nml In the City of Now '
    putting John
    : B. Thomas
    Monday afternoon at 2:30: at Yin k.; It U :I thorvforA, oni,>rm! tlmtMiiM ,
    every effort possible to soothe The Lawtey Lodge 189 F. & A. ANew 'non-rnKlilfnt ii Infondant, l he utnl

    pain and prolong life. M.. had their installation of of- a\It hill IH of her ninplitlnt,.hy: reunited/ :: tl:Ind to a In nppoar nnld': to octaNe: thu.' KKCHSTRHED ARCIIITKCT:

    We are grateful for the beautiful ficers for the ensuing year last on or lipforn Monday 1 hu 7''h dny

    floral offerings that were plac- Tuesday night. The following officers BeatsBoys of I'Vhruinv,. A, 0'. 11 I 527, at Hlarkc. Htnrkc, 1.101'10'
    Klot''Ida, dthotwlHO u ,ulcer ro-eon-
    ed by loving hands on the little were Installed: ft.HHo will tin "'"1..1 nKfilnnt Baldmi

    mound where mother sleeps. We W. C. Wooten. W. M. n-t-I'Hldvnt. .1"'II.llInl ml, t hn n 1li'KiitloitH 1-
    of thn .111.1 haitI 1 1 of mm a .
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    are thankful for the words. of Geo. A. Anderson V.' Buick .
    com S. lilnlnt will hn takn an i <>nfMHi, livalrl

    fort and consolation that were uttered A. C. Pearce J \V. <. 1 non -ro Mi'tir, ilffcndant' '', wh..h., J+++++++++*+++++++++* *iE
    IH II hill Hi'vltliifc t" r..I..H.' | ) I a iimitIHK -
    during those trying hours C. Dlnkins Treas.W. ( ..v..'' an lriiin Ht' h.'I Id' hy a Ihu i E '
    and for every kindness shown E. Torode Secretary. InndH' ,' d"'Hi tilted. t IIIM. i-ln u,ud to t'a.- COFFINS & CASKE'lNh : .
    .|..ft'iidant, ., t 1.,1., t'litwfoid", In t Ihn( '
    whether great( or small.J. }oj. B. Wells S. D. 4 i...1 tho jtnlKt'UH'Ml' lIon rif (II",* Hiild : and a Full Line of :JJJ:: ,

    V. Jones and family Geo. II. Pearce J. II. """-0'.1.1"1 dir,,,ndiint, I iiKiilnnt, t ho
    / f superlative close-coupled five- Hld' Ijonnlft Ciawford HO fur t thoiinifl
    B. Y. Saxon and ,family T. T. Blackburn, S. S. a h IH it Hi,n upon HII hi' landMft .MH. ::1(: Undertakers' Supplies ;

    A. (I. E. W. IH Ciiilhiir aa-.t.'a-a-at. a that thin
    Dyal and family. Wllkerson J. S.
    passenger enclosed car t the Town .rdir. I hn ,aai talista.I. ,,,,,,,, it wii'k furitiir AUTOMOBILE IIEAKSi '
    ,- A. 11. Harley Chaplin. r. ('oiiMi'ciitl, vn wok In t ho
    ; E. E. Blimey' Tyler. of Bradford. I ',"ltlY T''t" ('rnph. II wpi.kIv -
    A very Interesting game of After installing the officers the Brougham / *I a new version I : ,.' :I'lltlr.II::; fiuhllMhnil' : I In Htark/ I Always ... ...".. T. bt ....," ::: I
    I Itritdford
    I basket ball was played by the Keystone I y, |rir rldu 1 .. th. I....' prioM. HpMUl ..

    ; Heights( team and the Hampton members enjoyed a supper which Fisher coach-craft / i a striking example 'ihlM Juniiuiy O Cth.VV( A.Al.l'KUMAM l,:, I 1f 1127.> ; ,."tlo.. to telegraph.. .rd.... ++

    team last Friday evening. They was served at the Polly-Ann Cafe a fnlllcilli I H,al!). ('liar k t'lrciill. I <'ourt.iiwht KKUIMTEHKU KMHALMSKI

    and consisted of oyster soup, fried' of Buick with & ", ,,11(11I. Ci ark,,. 1'1 I lai.H.aalataria :
    'decided 11-4 in ravor of Hampton beauty per- for Complainant. I I DEWITT C. JONES .'
    L, L. Bedenbaucli of ; oysters hot rolls aud coffee and y.L l-7-Gt-2-4.; i

    yule Is the guest of his J.1CkHU'I. 'I was enjoyed, by .all. present. formance that startled the motor : : STARKE, FLA.

    H. BcdenhaiiBh. this week. LAKE-nrn.KCKI.KKK.tTKH: JiEMIIEYT- ': I In firm I It (%'.<.).a.'I'U'I'I''rl. Kltchth.* a Judl, "<'Itil :t.

    Elder J. P. Haner filed his regular : .: :! XI ItIltTHI).\\' I It'I car industry especially an en- flriult a'hani'i a .ry I araal. fo'ai. County, .t"lar t.taa.. In ..... ++............+++ 4.a ;

    appointment at the Christian Lake Butler Jan. 16.--Rev. S. vibrationless WILMA MOOItRTt: ,

    church Sunday morning and S. Proctor celebrated his eightieth I 4 gine beyond belief. Complainant.r. .
    tI

    evening.Itev. N. T. King who has been birthday at his home in Lake But At your tfrlial opportunity afk your Buick Jfaltr loJiow AItTIII1I1 V..r..n.lllni.r. Moounn FOR OVE1:

    ler. He Is a native of Georgia but *n4 JtmotuHfM iHt new Town Brougham to ,._ Mult a f"r IHvnrr.
    the guest of his E. J.
    son. King has made this his home for thIrty. It nppnrlnff by ufTldavIt film! In the
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    returned to his home at Tampa ahov Mtylm) cfiiiNa hy t ho ahovnnanimt
    last Saturday. eight years and is endeared to all THE GREATEST BUICK EVER BUILT romplalnnnt' that Arthur C. ZOO YEAIU5aaarlem ;
    In the county. Father Time has Moorer t h.. ale. f-ridunt I ti..rea lri IM a
    Last Thursday afternoon the been extremely kind to our old dtlxen nf I thn Saute of "Florida but
    basket ball team of Waldo school him ahHnnt and conrnalud hlniHitlf i
    brother who is in good health from, attlunt' tnor t (hiin' sI x .. oil has been a wrrl-!
    and the team here played an interesting He is a Confederate veteran. Ira'ar to thn iHHiiliitf i ,,f thlM,,1 ,,:.r..rd, r..1. Nide remedy for kidney liver and
    t hut proroHH run be HHrvHtl
    "upon
    game on Hampton court. !
    He was the recipient of many him I in .jir.t: th i dofomlantIH ', !bladder: disorders rheumat
    They decided 12 to 10 in favor of 'I'We"y"o 'rn.
    tokens of love and esteem his over ywii.rn' ,.r iiirn andno ,
    ! the Hampton boys and 20 to 6 In one known tu a utt 1",,t t tao H.rvt'<. ''umbago and uric acid conditions..
    friends have for him. There were of a a Hitbponna upon whom would
    favor of the Waldo girls. forty who Joined him and familyat Mrid,' thH Ha Id dffwridunt' I
    Charley Hunt left for his home IT IS IflKUKfOUH" ': : ordorod thntthn
    the festive board. Among the a Maid' defendant Arthur I I ', Moorer .
    at Lockhart after a visit with his out-of-town visitors were Rev. L. Un arid In here hy required a to appnarto 60 *
    aunt. Mrs. E. 3. King. Miss Elga DanIels. who lives on thn hill I I of complaint, I aa a..i I In MaidUIUHQ .. HAARLEM .. -#
    W. Kickllter of Starke Harry A2UI ori or bffi.ru Monday the. 7th,
    a farm near Nacogdochen Tex. : :: -- "" I.. -
    Miss Natlla in her : :
    Marclonny -
    Lewis of Water Oak Mr. and Mrs. day of i February A I It. I'27' na her-
    farmers In her illi
    can show the wise the nlleKatloriM of mild. bill
    who delights In
    kInd. loving way
    J. J. Colson of New River Mr. and trlct a few things about nmwino will IIM takvii .... vonfuHHtill by mtld correct Internal trouble atlmulat "'at
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    to others entertained forjant.
    giving pleasure defendant,
    Mrs. Wiles DuBose and niece of
    the boys on the basket ball < cotton. She beat all the buy in >i 1'1' IS F1THTHKK: OMfiKltKU: that. .Three. >iz.... All drugglits. im .t
    Worthington Springs and Rev. \V.I recent cottoif-growlng contc i; >IPI I tltlft ordr I hfl putdlnh, ban"', a week the
    orlitliuil genuine OOLO 1\%. .
    teams last Friday evening as a !,I T. McQuln of Ray City Ga. land yielding!: two and (.n.-l! < REGISTER MOTOR COSTA for i"oarnsao'iaalve, weeks In the '
    efforts Itradford 1 County' 'b's I.. rat lab,
    reward for their special put Thin : : g a riowMitHpnr -
    bales per acre I Ip IIP of ir'.ntral ,ctrculiition I 1 publiMh a
    forth In winning two games for I I enjoyed and refreshments servedat seven times the average ... i"d, In Htarke. jtrai furl Cou n(y. I Flor* .
    Hampton. A pleasant evening was the conclusion. there. I 11)1 I ''I'i' A ida.
    WITN :HH thn hand. of (I. W. AlIIV -

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    ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH> STARES:, FLORIDA FKTOAY. JANUARY :21, I02T .
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    '' of difficulty in growing a tremendous crop of the white staple .- .., ,

    Yl Bradford County Telegraph last: year. Hut they did not succeed in finding a profitable : I

    1879 market for their bumper production. A surplus above the : II I
    ESTABLISHED IN
    '' actual needs of the market rendered the entire crop practi I GO:'Oj \ _.

    II ; Entered Second Class ('ally'l1luesll) so far as the grower was concerned. If the j '
    and as
    1 I'nh'. ,hed Weekly on Fridays AIN'T T"1'
    farmers had had an airtight marketing corporation they '
    at Starke Florida I
    Office
    the I'ost ,
    ,l I Matter at
    would have been able to-put away enough of the crop to have I E.VE'G("',\,. ,
    i. 1<:. f>. :Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. 'I 4
    kept( the price from tumbling to the zero point and in addition 3 .

    ,.: ( Robinson__________________________Managing Editor an organization of this scope and perfection might be \ .. .

    i, *T SUIJSCKIPTION HATE able to control the area planted. It seems hopeless, however,

    i to expect farmers to organize effectively to control a crop so

    Yearly) $1.50; Six Months, 75c Payable in Advance universal oVer such an extensive area. j "

    ,. Advertising Rates on ApplicationThe II There are many other crops that can be raised in Florida "Y"
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    r' -- -- which marketing associations can handle with more success. ""<

    ; Greenville Progress, only thirty-three weeks old, is I They are not raised on such a large scale and the demand is ,

    in.: ng a model 11 Linotype. I more nearly on a level with supply. One man can not handle

    ,, or. I a specialty with as good a chance of selling to advantage, r.

    :c City's undertaker is described as "cheerful l, sunny.iccommodating. unless: he has a local market, as can a community where thereis '. ...,... ,
    missed his calling -. "
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    )Evidently;
    fa quantity production. Where a county has a good, workable .; : :, ,

    .. advertising o for "a nice quiet room marketing organization, it can grow two or three special '
    ., allahassec student !il -A -1-
    I
    reasonable rate without crops and ship in car load lots, finding a better and more I
    at
    ? lot days, in which to study,
    market and less
    profitable at freight charges. Buyers will
    ,
    ,
    me" come in to trade wtih the marketing officials, frequently,
    0
    '( u' traffic cop is a most arresting individual as well as I where the size of the community or county production justifies -I I

    \, b.'" pUinspokcn) { at times. -Times-L'nion. What did the it. If the products something consumed as food the

    .t demand may sometimes be enlarged and the market ex
    jutim ay? "* I Ilanded.
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    ;, Y e French drink wine because! they enjoy life, says or ,1 0 0 I,
    STV1K: l-.UOI SI'I'FKIV-: UP dismissed from the hoop,ta? f J
    : ; Americans evidently' drink shine because they are
    WI. ''. ,
    TIM: :"to.XT 1'Ot'NIEl) within the next two weeks.

    U I" tir : :life. II1'SC'I'In: (,O\\'IT '
    {U' 0l (' \' :\I.IlttdMI'OVOIL: \5II

    ,, ,nine. auto owners of the last day to get. a tag is like ( Continued, From rage One) According/; to later reports than
    given'( In the foregoing/; Associated
    tell' children there is a Santa ClausThey won't believeit 1'reKd reports\ <,' the escape of
    ''hl'11.t' InP .'n.lrp r'''n Pnn
    \HOIIHO( nnd his two companionsfrom
    the morning after. se
    IM. ,
    r manul., wnuiKlnri }IIIHII IIH riimtoriit' the state farm It has been )
    >i>_ in noKiMiile.. t'tv'nir tpIMltll learned that after Supt Illltc.h and
    ;
    ;\r Jison county's agricultural! agent has placed several I ttrtntlHI* H' H f'ltlt' Pflltlfltt ]Iluh mlth had caught up with tile

    hun,;rjd I pigs with the club boys of that county. /fast yearUnin'l Canova wired Dr. Home, ,u Jacksonville escapes near Sanderson and overpowered -

    ' i .ounty led the state in hogs. surgeon, to have everything them, after the Htipeilntendcnt \ I
    in readiness for a hurriedtrip had been twice wounded ,
    o to the hOHpltal.. When Supt.lllltch they again/; made their escape and -- -=

    1 1me proud parents of large families are challenging the arrived he wan placed In an were not recaptured until they had n mn _nn I

    word ,"> beat their records. Henry Ford makes the cheapest it in but unco and rushed toLuko'1I tt. passed the Georgia'( line. Neither
    v
    House nor the negro Williamswere
    uuti. bile in the world because of quantity production HlgliHinith the badly beaten life wounded by the Huperlntend- S I

    o termer Muted yesterday afternoon ent's gun lire his shots going fnn.
    t C""-ernor "Ma" Ferguson of Texas granted a conditional that he jumped from the car wild but House played woundedin

    purd"n to a convict, requiring him to work for her hubby for when he and Supt. Mitch ran a- order to get the superintendentand I ,
    l orotm the trio after a long chase I lllghsmlth within reach. L La.P
    RR the ne ct six years. Pa Ferguson should see his wife gets a and while AI house, the leader of i Supt. Blltch and lllghsmlth

    r cook. the trio, who Is serving a 70-year' caught up with the desperadoes '
    ? sentence for a Rerlea of robberies near Sanderson and in the fight
    0t
    at Dutch ho that followed the convicts were ov
    was firing Supt ran
    ,'f t V, 'men are taking. the places of men at such a rapid pacea to the rear of the car, behind I erpowered. Supt. Butch left the t'

    ; p(: ''mist figures that I in twenty years men will be walking which barricaded the men, and scene to get help, leaving House : ",

    home .'rom auto l'ides.TimesUnion.Vrong again. Twentyyelu' jumped on lloiiHo'a buck. and Ills companions under /guardof ;

    instead of Tho other men Lew Williams, II Hlghsmlth/; and upon return of
    'Vom now the girls will strap on parachutes Supt. Blitch to the scene he found
    from Palm Deach county, and Al-
    roller :kates. bert ThonuiH, negro/; Hunt up from' the trio had made their eSl'upe.lI-
    0- Uuval county, according to Illgh- galn, using his car, leaving Illgh-

    T'- attention of the State Road Department is respect- smith pulled him off of Houxo andstarted smith badly wounded. Commandeering -

    j full." called to the extremely rough condition of a short piece beating him with clutw. again taken another up and car shortly pursuit after wua ; .

    'f.i of tL! Waldo road just\ beyond Millican's still. This roughs C'nlN HOIINO ('.."nrd passing: the state lino caught sight ''vy I I I / a tr yllL'IAS' l hl i b''
    Mr. niltch yesterday' afternoon
    of the convicts. After
    fleeing a
    I f i
    ;' piece road caused a wreck the other morning that resulted (1 k'< liiii'cl that l HOIIHU' nmy be cnlli running battle for 'severn I miles, F

    \ in U* breaking of a little girl's wrist\ and! came near bringing il l bad infill. hilt he IM a coward I' the convicts were forced to abandon I

    lea 3 all four occupants( of the car.-Gainesville News. "Ife shot at UK while he \\'ns' t the car and< take to the woods II v 1
    . i liliIliiK heliliul his rnr and we walked where they hid I In a small swamp An' luItN f 1 ( :'
    r.V o I up, and when his bullets were Securing help from the f.ir- I rt: lw w{ l+fb); rrkt '}JIr IW;! aC. p : ,o ; +f 4I't: ;p'r
    .'I I him grand jury recommends drunken automobile gone lie cried i for mercy plead. loiiiiillng seitlon, the superintendent : y'Y'L' ,,, t' li i ,' ';1 Lt's" li r'w/ I ,

    I dl'itcl' be given a jail term as a part' of the sentence. "\Ve IIIK Hint ho was hit nlicncly, ( iiiid and Ills posso rounded tlie i i "r va''. ifrrl111i; i'j': + '1 4 tit, 114 '1 1 ?his r k r
    1\ Illltrh mild.AiconlliiK t J ji .i ,'t,' rt.
    ,'1 do t- ish: to be understood:! ( ( trying to dictate to the courts, was dying to!r.Mr. IIHUli, HOIIBO ed sani when|> and Hotine the negroes was lilt mirn In'the ndei- wl y. 1, bllli 01J1'dun,"....,1Y, 4:. "i rLL'8r'k' + tNuNtamlB' agl

    but : re are :so, accidents (he public highways will bo. In nflneiiiciit
    "'f, many upon I placed Holltiiry ( > head by u loud of shot red' by a
    thf more or less directly attributable to the influence of Indefinitely. The leader member of the posse lie was not
    " of Isle trio uliot twice" In the
    . intI'. ling liquors. It is with the idea in mind of trying wan seriously wounded and was tLt1Cew
    fe. battle with lllltch but farmpliyxlclium bin M
    Supt.
    brought buck to the form shackled G r.Iflj r y.- .
    to r>rnam .ct human life that this suggestion is made." Put- ," slate that Ills condition to his confederates. Supt. I a'o' rt' Iro' ii I Ia

    ,U' nty also: recognizes the sacredness of human life and! 'Is not HeiloiiH ho having received< Illitcli went to Jacksonville forhospital .
    a bullet wound In liln head and< $
    tieuiment and It was not
    unken drivers three months in
    give- jail.
    'ft"' another in his
    body.
    known that the convicts had escaped 'f

    Our his lire until an ex..mlnl1'tlon D D Mur4 bF.4 iV( M tv
    : : .' Alsop, of Jacksonville, has issued: an order that all Admit. II,' HcMortril to Trick. was made by the prison phy LlunudroaM bronc two 1lALL u \,

    ,c." str Idlers! leave t the city or be placed under arrest. Other Ualfonl. ,JII II, 18.-Al House, sleuth at the farm.. u'o .uo' uasa I II ,J

    1<'10. h..1 cities expect an invasion from these winter parasites bandit' before being placed, In military L ', -/ r
    WII.I1.1. IIOMI IMCTIO.V : : I rgrrt
    r shoe, 'I' ,-Ocala Star. Gainesville would well follow suit, as coiillin'ini'iit here today following : 5 iddLlu
    FUll AltMOKYThe
    his break from prison JOB
    i thib i. he first stop out of Jacksonville.-Gainesville Sun. terduy and subsequent recapture

    Th% 4: dirty dig to give another town at Christmas time. after wounding J, S, Illltcli, prison city council will hold a special _

    t Gail! Ille: doesn't get the peddlers until they are chased out superintendent, and being wounded session next Tuesday to con ,ua.tzoorA .inn I
    in return, claimed that he and sider calling an election to raise "!>'- .
    I of S\+.-;;.e and you may smoke on that.-Starke Telegraph. his companions had been planningthe funds for the purchase of a building c. ,

    ; ; Wo '" a't, know Starke let 'em stop there.-Gainesville Sun. escape several days and hopedto suitable for an armory, to 1
    ''I Long. for the Ret a faster car. Ha sold they honsq the local military company
    enough mayor to tell 'em good morning with $1
    had to get the one they used utth It Is understood the brick build .. G .
    : and co,'is. lust in Inn to. lie talked freely ing now occupied by the Ford garage -

    0 to newspaper men who Raw him Is being (considered provided -

    'ft' '..thua! county cattle owner says: when that county I1tart8enfol' Ililn morning. He denied that ho the present owner G. C. Livingston rIQ5T I"L002 PLAA) SECOND FLOOR.P1.A1J.t
    .
    hud olltHldo help. of Tampa, can give suitable -
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    the "no fence law" the
    cattle drive their
    .g owners can
    HOIIHO was shaking with agitation ; title. This building together tr"f: -
    \\ cattle :i.o free range. of adjoining counties. When the "drive" and his hands and ankles were with others alongside the railway b

    star* ..ito Ilrndford county the tax assessor:, will be on hand !purple. are on land claimed by the8eabo..d F :\II-nU GI.\W ALONG ily have thler bedrooms on the first are of good size and there is plenty .1
    He said he wax so nervous ho Hallway, null a suit
    SI'\. ISH LINES'! of closet
    and su.r.o cattle owners will pay the first: tax they have ever iinldn't floor.All I space.
    shoot straight; even after would lie necessary to clear title,
    t of the convenience of bun- The living room opens on a terrace
    paid o'i part of their herds. Comparison with figures secured he resorted< to u trick during the according to one city olllclal. sides
    on two and the dining
    Is here
    (By n. C.'liunter & Bro. Architects galow housekeeping found
    : .ni the last: census showed that about two-thirds. of the fight, When he stopped ills car The purpose of the meeting is with the addeu feature of a sec room also connects with this ter-
    New York)
    and ran around In front of It'; he to consider ways and means of ,
    catt.1) Bradford ond floor that provides fine accom- race. The living room has a high
    ;_ county were on the tax books, which will riled that he hurt. of this house
    t out wat fatally : providing an armory building for The first floor presents modation for guests. As these curved ceiling, giving. It unusual
    explain :- cattle owners' attitude to compulsory dipping ItllUh then l'IU1l1rollnd to him and Starke It now being necessary if a good bungalow arrangement used 'character.
    rooms are not continuously,
    wu Hhot twice, HOIIHO Rill,.. the is to remain here to. with a large living room, a
    J;;, and m. fence laws. Alachua county's tax rolls will probably company their isolation from the family The exterior design follows a
    Williams, who claimed ho knew provide a suitable building without dining room-kitchen, pantry, two modification of the
    Spanish style.
    t. show \. .e same proportion. rooms is an advantage It pro-
    nothing/; of the plot was put in u cost to the. state or federal bedrooms and a bath. vides the desired privacy for both. The walls are white stucco, the

    0 sweat box today government. A combined armory This floor thus provides complete Or, the second floor could be roofs a Spanish tile In a deep shadeof
    I I not generally known that the route to Jacksonville and municipal building to house accommodation fo'r the aver- given over to the children if one red and the chimney Is a red

    by v.\, of Citra to Hawthorne and \Valdo, is now open its Id.ITCH HKTTKR: 1'1.\, DO('TtItS the different departments of the age family. wished, for small children the tapestry brick.A .
    enti' .' 'cngth. The -stretch between Jacksonville Jan. 80.--Much city government' a jail and lire However .the architects have, playthings and such that clutter cellar Is provided under the
    ; Citra and Hawthorne
    Improvement was shown yesterday station was first (considered but by well handled roof lines provided up the house would here be out full area of the house, except under ',
    { twelv' miles, in Alachua county, has recently been hardened was abandoned on account of the second floor for the living room.
    ; In the condition of J. S, hutch a comfortable of the way, and the maid wouldbe ,
    'f: and 0.0.:13) : who have made the trip to Jacksonville over the new superintendent of the state prison cost. ,. guests. Here are two good bed- close at hand. Or, It the children Cost about 13600. *""

    road e;_y it is,a splendid piece of construction. The distance farm at Kalford. who is In St. rooms and a bath a maid's roomIs are grown-ups the privacyof Complete working plans and
    Hollis V. Knight/; spent Thurs- specifications of this house be
    'J' Luke's hospital suffering from two also provided. these rooms from the main may
    ;, from wthorne to Waldo is sixteen miles over a, good road, bullet wounds received In a gun day in Gainesville on legal busi This arrangement allows the second rooms of the first floor make them obtained for a nominal sum from

    : and '. !h mileage as recorded by the speedometer of an Ocala battle during his capture of three tress floor for the exclusive use of ideal for study retirement. the Building Editor. Refer to

    ft citizenho: spent ,Christmas: day i in Jacksonville is 110 miles escaped prisoners from the prison guests It desired, while the fum- Troughout. the house, all rooms House A80.Ocala.Delks.
    !Monday afternoon It was statedby E. J, Dooley. of Tampa spent --- :
    betwet.. the two cities Bluff bridge on
    f or about eighteen miles nearer than hospital authorities. NOTICE Fernandlna.-Contract let at
    several days In Starke ,
    the IT ie Highway route through Gainesville to Waldo. Marlon n. lllghsmllh, lift termer on business $80,367 for paving several streetsof Ocklawaha Ocalu-Daytona river highway completed across at cost the

    k'. When u is generally known that this road is in good condition and trusty who was with Superintendent A. E. Daye of Palntka The board of public'Instruction city. of $35,000.
    hutch during the was u Miami.-$400,000 new First
    will receive sealed bids up too
    most of the traffic will come that way from Jacksonville. I battle and who the prison' chief business visitor to Starke recently noon February 7, 1'937 for the Dap tint church to be erected in this

    .. Ocala .ar. !accredited with saving his life In sale of the following school buildIngs city.

    ? -0--_ 'I the light, Is also Improving and It C. H. Register of Lake Butler rinehlll Zlff, Crestview and Orlando-Hyland Stanford com- DETERMINATION I
    .. COOI'EUATI'E1.mETI: G I ITo {Iis thought/; that his condtion would was here on business several days Randolph.The pany to erect factory here for man-
    d I soon permit his dismissal from the this week. board the right to ufacturing concentrating fruit .
    marketing of agricultural products is the biggest:( ,!'hospital Hlghsmtth/; l Is suffering reject any or reserves all bids. Juices. ,
    ; proble n! in farming. All : painful bruises about the body and
    authorities agree with this state Orlando.--One fire truck of the II. B. WIGGINS, Inglls.\ -Florida Power com- .
    ment 'he United States government has recognized the fact I head by received the fugitives when when he was he clubbed went- Orlando to Ocoee lire at department was sent I t-21-3t-3-4 Secretary. pany's new $6,000,000 plant here
    midnight tonight In
    by pct 'lingmachinery by which marketing associations of to the assistance of Superintendent answer to an alarm from that city Gainesville.-Cornerstone. laid rapidly nearing completion.La Never FaUtt Nev rFUt

    wide) ::pe: may be organized. It is comparatively easy to lllltch. reporting the Chase and Company for new chemistry building of Belle.-Work under way, To Drive Worm From Children
    It unl-I trading road between La Belle and
    was Indicated
    k" prodgood? crops but finding a profitable market at all hospital authorities that last If night Superintendent by- cars packing In flames.house and fifteen box versity of Florida costing $ Fort Myers. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE
    Urgent calls
    were 000. Destruction
    the Worm
    to
    tim.ough: the ordinary channels is another niltch continues to Improve Winter Haven. Flans under
    matter. sent to the Florida Public Service Hampton.-Seaboard Air Line llarmleee to the Child
    r otton farmers, it appears, did not have a great dealfev I It four hours as he has that In he the will last twenty- Company here to send emergencymen i railroad installs automatic signals consideration for organizing Polk Prtc33eprtottl, Sola by
    probably to cut power lines Into Ocoee. ,at railroad crossings here. County chamber of commerce. Corpenlng's Drug Store
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