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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Andrews STARKK ROAI> TO Hit! Veterans WillSecure A i.omors OI.I.OU'IT\I'r\: ':, Second Week I (,ol'S r," t O t\IISNI'i: I.ns: I'no- : Work Started

r OPKNK1 11Y Jl'NK 1STRoa roit SOLTIIIINS: : : <;nti.s, t'I.I.HItlS: : : on ; ,
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Is Given Two I Loans of "

Bejond Lake Early: In May newspapers( of the noulh. In co-op- 1 of llrmlford t'ounty, ForI \-
Year Sentence
; Local Itmik to :Mitke I......... onVelcrnUN' oration with the Stone Mountain : At Keystone I II I I hi" met In roftulur HCHKIOII Mondiiy HullillitK. Him Scr\c.l In Muny Cn-

Peliiumy 7, 1I27! ulth nil 11101111"1'14 '
Memorial AHHoclution In the _
Green Cove Springs, Feb. 5.- I'UUlI"'IIHlllluu l>ai'llli>H for :51 "lIr :
kinvlcted r. Federal Court for CeHincnleHThe spring of 1I1U7! will take n 1'llI'ly I II j proxcnt nx follown; l.onU II.
From Information given out by I iMld'cNlliitf .. .111'11I'I''unlt..1) forl "
of southern glrlH five ,,11111., chalrmun J. \11".11111.. .
'.IlobblnK I'oslofllce ..t KalforU the contractors In charge of work with all expeiiHCH' paid on 1 a on a nip' l IIiuli; l>n.>. of Nextitk .1. U. ('1"\\11. and J. E. Craig, engineer for Clay ni.iu remodeling of t'.ie WoodbrldKHhiilldliiK ,
'J.- Bank of Sturke, one of 0111'local linlney.MlnuloH.
nlflcent I special trull, niuMiiif I .
Carl Andrews was sentenced to county Road 48, leading from bunking institutions. Is being tour of the principal cities mid Mtorlo ?-| |I Keystone HelKhlH.. ; Fell. !I. Tho of nut I ineelliiK read ('01'11 Cull and Walnut

erve two years In the federal pen- Green Cove to Starke will be open highly commended by the vet shrines of the south < S"I'OI..1'k of the !Florliln Chun- mid IIJlI.rov'd : RII..I. the floors, walks. and tiwnIng I

antlary In Atlanta by Judge Lake ed to traffic June 1st. erans of the ""orlcl"ar for extending prifor.;, enrolling children In as tlio i lamina' might ulmoHt bo termed, Apiillcnllon, for Confederato heliiK l'emovpII mid the doom" i J

Jones In federal court,' Jacksonfllle The contractors expect to have loans to them on their adjusted Children's !Founders ,tail, of th" "UojHl, )DixonVi>ek" for Hut Important j Widow' H reunion for MrH. Mary J. and Wllld'Hf'ol' h floors taken (

Saturday following his con- the base and surfacing finishedand compensation certificates. A Stone !Mo i nl'ill IMenuirl.ilTo \! i
jrlction on charges of robbing the the road completed with the large number of veterans have help the nHKot Inllon know from const! ti> <'oiiHt 1114 "Thw I Mr.. Mzrlo Tonipklim of Starki, of this. bulldliiK were 111'1\1 hy the

poatofllce at Ralford several exception of tbe finishing woik on availed themselves of the service that :i accomplish of :Mini Who M.ikos Nulme 1.1"hl8 \'..," WHH. Knulled WldouH, PeiiHlon. utI { local' n..II..t. .J. It. Thomas, and
pin pose iirmip -
onths ago. The trial occupied the shoulders. pntrlotlc In the, I with I of the work
offered by the local bank and allot newspapers IIIIM; ]olned'' 1 together 'program' extending $10 5o per month I cOlph'Uol
Imo'at: of Saturday morning. Andrews Mr. Craig conferred lust week them express their appreciation to cmidiut u great chain from Fehriiary 14 to February IS I :MTH. Jt'HHlo' ttrlltlH mid !MrH Lilly will he an entirely ,JR'.rl'lIt buildIng. -

| was represented by K. M. ,wlth the F.V.. Long Company of the fact that we hare .a bank of fonteotH for gills; v"Io..el'o'k, Mr Dlxoii hint. lu-ohuhly done' Smith immex' were ordered, Plana provide pinto ulnnawlnd

;Johns of Stftrke.I who Is building the Bradford county that will give them this assistance will conslHt of enrolling ( hi dren more to popularize (lio Htmlv of'' dropped' from pauper roll | <>WH on lie th street.*, new awnings

I.* Young Andrews baa been, out part of the road. In regard to For a time it looked, tike only mid to row aid I the wllI'lerll> h u Nature llian nnv other man In I lie i Allied, Tjler and Ann HI Taylor, ': Hldowalks and complete remodel

f under bond on two separate mur- the six additional miles to be com a few of the rlty bunks were going wonderful freo t.lp us stated country. Ill* knowledge, of Hint pauperx allonmico wan Increimedto Inn of the upper' story Into

charges prior to his trial and pleted In Clay county, which when ( both two four-room iipartmonts. A
jjder to make loans on these certificates above. Held IK scientific and of flnithuiul. J5 ((10 per month eaih.

,conviction In federal court of robbing completed will cover about one- and that their loans would be )IfIJ linn. spent jeurx. hi the I'pou million the llrnilford partition will rut the, building In
S. half of the distance from Long These content* will bo conducted two, making two Rtorti
the post office at Ralford. confined entirely to the men livIng open utilising tlio lift.) iiiul habits County Teleurnpli wan. designated ': rooms.

> First, he was held to the circuit Branch to Starke. From Mr. within the home town of the. with congreHHlnn.il dlHlrlcts' UH of iiliintM' Inserts. anil animals.. HoWHH nit the piipir In which tlin county U'II.II'I' HAM IIIMoryFor

court of Union county under, bond Craig It was understod that work the unit of the KiiRiz.itlon.. A over half thin
veterans but so far ns this section for live years in thti depuitmcnt tux Halo fi.. I the year 11127' H'xonldbo r'lll1ry

.. of $6.000. following a* grand jury would be pushed from both ends Is contented the lioys. who quoin of.chlhlu'ii has hc"ii allotted of liotony of Iliu 1"1..111III! pulillHhedII building IIIIH Htood on this corner,

Indictment of complicity in the with the expectation of completing helped to win the wur will be taken l to every ci.niity und dlitrkt in Heiim nml hint. studied. In Chicago .1. III1.ick petitioned for 1 pauper seivlng. In UH tlmu nx u grocery.lempornry .

mlirder of Silas Nobles at Ralford It by June 1st. The Clay county good care of by the Hunk of the south actnidlng to population., I 1'lIlverllii ItuUeixltyami allowance. but wnx reflined for com HIOIIHO. olllcus, city
forces will be put to work near The content U open '<> young ladlex' hall and<1 room. II
last'' year. A few weeks ago he Slurke.Mr. New York City Colicgo.DurhiK I tlio renHon Hint liu him JiiMt moved cOIII'1 wait

was charged with killing Wealthy Long Branch within thirty days Matthews president. of the over fifteen years of ,ig who' rre tlio War, Mr'. |)l\on: lot- to tlm coiintv' from Diivul (comity erected In hy Thomas HornmliiKwiiy -

Rboden. near lleilbroun Springs, to resume work on the rock base. Hunk of Sturke. says It is not his certified by a patriotic, frnternal. I IUl'e,11l1l oVI'r tlin A. 10. !I.'. In I0nulanil ; > ami, tlm finiilx for HIM' 'h (purtioHcH. I for n groiory': ntore and

while shooting at a convict said They have been lately working on Intention to ronllne their loans tollrudford civic or social orgaiuatlon.: To mid In H'IHIHH. Slnt-o Hint being exililHteilllllon ut that lima WBH onx ut tlin. famous

the Mlddleburg road, which connects qualify us a conteHtmit. a /girl miixienioll I "blic" bulldliiKM of thlx.
to have been attacking the woman County vc'terans, but time lie him been entertaining audiences r<- received iiNkliiK that J. Bectlon -

with a knife lie secured hla release with road 48. Clearing the that they will loan to holders of not less I than ten <'hllilren.To In nil partH of tlilH country. I II llrown. lio placed upon. paiipor I of Ilia state. The nllH UHeilueni
of has been completed } coiiHlltute a context In AcongrexHlonul 12x12. mid Holld heart
right
tbls way .
) from charge by posting certificates from nearby sections. rollhlih wiirt lefllwedApplication 1'h.,1
r .a bond of J3.500. In Clay county and grading crews of the counties that border on
Andrews Is a grandson of Senator are rushing work on the road bed. llrudford. "We want I these veterans In that dlxtrUt must. piodiue) a which appeared( for >eam under L. I'ruWH nitklnK to bo lecninniended .. "lotted away In 1.1101( tlio floor

A D. Andrews of Rillfol'd.one The grade around Klugxley from, neighboring sections of maximum of three conlcxtantHICach tho tltln "11111111111 Shhi; of. Life." ax County 1 lOniiineriitor, jolHts. still' sound liructkiilly over

of the most widely known and Lake will bo completed shoitly and our border counties to come to tontestant will hu limited, In nro evldeni'e of hiM knowledge of which wim Ki'untcd. Iho entlro Inilldliig., Tho rot-

the rock base from Starke to the her eniollmeiit of children to tlm ling of tlio HlllH. has. allowed, Iho
respected citizens In Bradford and Starke and 1 sue what a flue trade life and Ills popularity an a ,com I Tim Hervho of AHHlHlant Jailor. I
Union counties.CHIMHtK.V county line will bo finished In ten boundary lines of her county. To mentator.Mr hlllhi liP; to Hettla In places anil
town wo have and we ere willing wax dlHcontllllH'd upon lecollllnendallon -
days. to supply them the money to do nee'lire a trip on the special train Ulx'on IK n billlliint HpeukerHo of HheillT will huvu to ,lio jacked' up lo Una.Somo .
OF COM'KOKKACYMKKTINU for tho (coimrcHHlona] diatilct. winner of thu hum! .
planed
their spring shopping If they want lias! tlio wurmtli and, eloijucme, There heliiK m> fmtlier lnmlncHH. collinghoard
ALMl lUIXLINGJacksonville. : thu dlutrkt. us a whole in nut of MM Boiitheru lilrth tombliUMl, ura over twenty feet In
UH to, !Mr. Matthews said 1 yesterday lionrd IlIlj.IIII'1I4'11111111 the nnxlreidilar
In discussing. the matter. I produce an enrollment of not ICHH nil It u great love for his Hiibjeit.llo niPetliiK, whhh. will lio II'I"lh. mi Inch In I Mi-knens andtwelve.
On account of Illness of their than fifty lent of the Dlxlrlttquota. I I Inches wldn. Thu
February 5.-Alma per ..h'.II.lth Dm luHxcr ironliirosu day hal
, Veterans supplying for loans held. IIrut !Monday In Man'h. 1 lIIn.! :
uncle. MlHseH Mary Kunloe Canova nielllng, 12, daughter of Mr. will he required to exhibit their ; H with hiiman beings.. Ho known (I. W. ALDKKMAN, long nlnco PIIIIMI'" wh"1 llmlier In

and Martha Powell will not entertain and Mrs. J. W. lllelllug, of South discharge lertilltutes and he fully TheKe conditions having been their JnyH anil trlumps( him leurned Clci k. Ibis. HIM lion of the country will

the Ruby Davis Memoilal Jacksonville died lust night in a Identified to tho ollloers of the compiled with, the girl who ('lIroIIH of their cures and worrloH and .--- yield I heart hoard of that width

Chapter of the Children of Confederacy local hospital. bunk. In her county lhu hlnhoxl (percentage has found out Hi" mulcts of Ihi'lr. and leiiKlh.

on Saturday, February 12th, The funeral will be held In of her (ounly'H quota will win com..Uh Ips. nmriliiK". nml, family Keystone Heights Many luwyerH of Iho punt half

.' bat the meeting will be held at Providence, Fla., where burial will -MtltKIAC.LS-- ; I the prize In her dlxtrlit. and will llfu He klw 'M I IIii'm' Intlin.iteiyI century maintained' nlllcim In thoimoel

the club\ house at 3:30: o'clock take place. She Is survived by her be given this wonderful free trip.Ily KeVHtono HrlKlitit. Fell. I 111.-( Hlfiiv.. jinliri- CIniM. -..-.. IfiiritHOII -- -.

pm. on same date with MlnsesKvelyn parents and brother, Allan Funeral Cordon; 1'ryor mid Miss Lois determining the winner on nperienluKa I' Irsl 1 ;Miisiuil. I'l-oKt-atii'' Tim opening of the new Flmldii Inter county Judgn' of IllllshoroiiKh -

Marjorie and Lillian arrangements hero In the of led hUIII.l .", tlio. lonteHlunt In I Tlin first iniiHlinl I evening onHie t'liiiiitauiiuu'' nt KeyHlone HelKlits niunty, und .11.11/:1. : .1 T.
DruggH Hampton waro marl
Stump as hostesses. hands of Thomas M. Hums Jr., at the olllie of County Judge (iuidIner 11 Hinull county huvlng a xpuiHe. I proKrmn of .llui Florl
All members and prospective IH will bo tlui lit Inn had | .. In' Hi In
South Jacksonville mortician. population put on an equal foot concert given': RiieKtH; Keyxlonn a- 1..1..1' ht'llllulIl'lor.

/ members are urged to he present. .Tuesday.H. Peterson and Mrs. Cora Lee ing with the lonlcHlunt, In u largo by !Maltha lluillny Ciulu and' IIIOIIK whom nro u numlier of veryprominent In lator yeurx with Ilia

Lee Perry man Davis Dlrectoresg. 1'1I11.TIII'nUSISI'S: ; 1It'J': ; Savage, of Dunnellou, Tuesday, ut county hiiving a denmi population Gonrgi. ) ( 'lain. xpochillHtH. In dual peopletin lid lv'It of hilck olllcu l iilldlngH the

Atlanta will liu the starting' mid reel. tnls. 'linlcd uniniiK Hi" IIIOIH piomInenl upper Hlory tl'lllIlu .dlHiixo. ami for
the of Gardiner.
ollliitt Judge !
M-\V: AltlUVAlJSMr.
Last Friday evening at the home ending point of the vpeclal. train 'I 1'1'0' crnlKH luivu won merited iieeliilni of Iho itnuHts. IH llenjiHiiln many yearn" pant hll h.ol uxed ann

of Gus le Mae Dennett tho Phl- I LI'1"1Y; COLLI.'CTOHII.L III! eiii'h winner will receive her exPIMIMUH hoi h their ,iluctH mid InIhnlr 'I'haw', mulll-inlllloiiali1" of I'lllM- nlore ""011I. Many of onr o"'el'
and" Mrs. Cecil Ilafuse, of
lathea clusu of the Uaptlst Sunday i\ S'J'\ltlH: from hei home to Atlanta Holu numbers Tlii'lr voltesi 11111'Kh.I'.1. !Mr Thuw inotoiiid' up ('Ill/enn recnll lhu (hi.vn when thlxbiillillnx

Hampton are receiving congratulatloiiH school, had a buslnexs meeting. -. mid icliiin. ax well ax free irunxporUitton i I Idem) lieuiilll'iilly' unil, Hinlr sing: 11'0111.1111..... I'Mik wllli ln. H. MMi wax tho trudn "center of

over a baby boy born to The following nine-era! elected and nieiilH" on the Hpeclultrain. ling IHIH. linen 1"'I're".1' I HiroiiKhyeurH Connli'k, i liuncellor' emei'Him of u leiillory largi.r tliuii now foveri'd -
5 1927. wero A deputy collector will be unsigned .
them February The. illlex und pointH of In- of I'fl'ort liwther. HID I nlvfrxliy; ,.f PlltHhiirnli..lumen hy I II'alto.I.l'ollty.
and !Mrs. Claude of : Laura Newell president, tliiH- to Starke February 22nd 1. .
!Mr. L.lay.,
sle Mae Bennett vice tereHt on I the tour will he Anlievlllu Martini Cinlg In. pi>HH HHed of uheitinlfnl .' It. Mellon. cilplIlilllnl.. of -
the pieHldent, to asslHt Income taxpayers In Illlug
Hampton, are proud parents N. <' with nlde Charloltesvlllu I and voice at the foirnulopeliliiK Brooke
Sinah !Moore, .BetretarytreaHurerAfter trips; Hympiilhellc' Piilntlia/ wim pri'Hent"
their returns for 192U accordingto
of u baby girl. Kvelsn Joy'e.born the adjournment of the Va, with Kid" trips. to Monti- of wide runge and iiniiHintl floxllilllly of the Cliautuiniiia. .
1927 Mrs.GUI's announcement by Peter It. Miller
February 7, at cello and' tho I'nlverslty' of Virginia Her c-hinnilng porHonullty. Mayor unil MI'H, Alriop, of Jin,'kHonvlllo -
tho class weiner
Starke. !Mrs. May meeting enjoyed a collector of Intel'mil revenue. Mr. anil, Mrn. Lew In. CleinoiiH of
hOHiiItal i
and mnrshmullow roast. During : WuHliington, I). C., with ,delights eveiyono whu hmirs' her.llcorge weru. In Keystone 1I"lIl"hl"SIIIIhlY.
Miami, huvn moveil. limit here toliiuki
will be remembered ns Mlas Kvelyn the social hour stories and This announcement Hinted that side trlpn Arlington and Mount ': ('rall( bus n I'h-It bur I to noof .
I
thin 'their homo.
plui'u
Jones. told. The Income tax leturns for the pant. Vermin ; llutllefleld of (ietllyshurg delightful': finality.' Illrt HlnKlngIH Other KiioHtH. '. leiclHtered': I it lio I 'lheY
Jokes were young people renldoil 'heforu iinivlng
then the rent of the rear nuint bo tiled ou or before ; Ilnltlmore Md.; Noifolk, it'inarkulilu' fur ltn. enunciation' Inn during the. pant woek urn h.. !1
spent evening
iiml, und hitvu .. her
WoodlawnMr. listening to mimic botli vocal March 15th.Tho Va. ; with Hid" trip to the minx. anil<1 (color. Minn. Kll/ilhelll: llwarliurK.(. of many rl'h'II. .
( hut well until Imck.Mr. .
and Instrumental. of Jamextown ; Hlihmond. Va. Popular! HOIIKH, miidnrii and of Southern Pines. N. ('. MrH F. J.IU..11 11"1
anil, L. Morgan 11'11llh'PI.
l Exchange CIuu entertained with Hide trlpH to many hlxtorle old, with ....It.'tlnll" from Iho IIIH- mid 1\! TK.VIIIR..11. Illx of llrli. n
and Mrs. M. D. Carter spent of \ hero Sunday
thirty-four members and visitors points of Interest luittlegriiunds. Bkll| make. up Hielr pioxram. Tliemitwu 1'1111..11.11.' : K. II. Itondy, (ialncMvllli wero
the week-end nt Cocoa the guest vlHltlng Mr. unil' Mrs. J. J.
Lawtey ut dillner .Tuesday evening at the etc. ChnrlPHtnu H. C., with Hid" HliiKbrH' urn American (ruined. ). Fla !Mr. mid !Mrs. II. O.MoirlHon .
of their daughter Mrs. W. L.Strlngfellow. Morgan.
,. !Magnolia Cafe. This was thoquarterly trips to Fort Huniter, Miignollainrdena anil, well know Hielr way Into the LoulHvlllo. Ky. : MinnMurKiirct
IJ.! liowllng, of Klurkv.
The Trl-County Federation met dinner given to wives ofmem ( etc. ; Savannah Ca., with heiiilH of American uinllenccH.Tlii'lr 10:. Thurpo, llrooklyn, N. wnsj
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Norman and hero ntleiidliiK lo IniHliieHH day
with the Lawtey "'oman' Club ut hers and guests and! among Hide trlpH to Tyhee iHland Fort ('ulf'prt will liu. on" fit tlio Y (11. ( ;
the week-end at ; lunt
family
spent Lawtey Friday afternoon February the speakers were L. M. )IXiuke, Sen-veil etc.; Tampa Fla., with moot delightful': ,lh C'haiiliiiiiiiu| flny Wiirren, of .la. <.knonvlllo.Itoheit wplk.'
Plant City and Tampa the guests Mr. ( .
4th, with. Mrs. Schnoebal of engaged In research work In this side trips to St. Petersburg; and linn to offer durliiK. 111 HOVOII weeks .. Weir ('i imlunlln. ", Mlih. I 1..11\VI"wou.1 wait

of relativesMr. McClenney, president of the Trl- section of the state. I other points ; 1'iilni lleach, Fla.; PHHIn.( William II. Hmlth and II. II. Clink tho ( \ and !Mrs. L. It. Denmark, of ami, MrH. 11. II. Ci.lnon.Mr .
County Federation pre ldlnJ*:, !Mrs.j. St. Augustine. Flu. thu old nut city ---- of Kent, Ohio ; !Mr. and !Mrs. WH \II
were visitors here last week. . .. .. .. .. .. mid' !MrH. Itoli Thomas anrl
Dan -. it. .-woore- president. / the IllneHH of their mother MrH.Sellers. In I lie WeHlorn llemlxphero( ; JatkBonvlllo. Ziff Kin11 u, or roxuoru, miutHMr. vlllitors
Mr. and Mrs. Starling of ihlldron, of Lacrosse
club, gave an address of/lo..te..s'I' anil Lawtey, spent Sunday with relatives here Saturday' afternoon.MrH .
: Karl Ddinln.. and Mr. mid
Very Interesting reports were A murHhmuIlow roast was given
here. Services: were held, ut I Ditnton, Saturday O. II. ( 01"1. will Komlo.un .
MI-H. ThuM.. of ConnelinlLuke. :
heard from the Starke. the home ItuiilHey
at of Mr. !
MiClenny. and Mrs. J. This IH. probably the
mont attractive
Miss Debbie Phillips, who Is Lake Duller Il.ildwln, Jacksonville II. Pitts! last week with their und Sunday by. 'lh" puHtor Pa !Mr. and<1 1IrM.! ( liumlmrl.iln. were
teaching school at !\Ia v11le. spent prize ever olTfied to C. Crosby, of KlHlngMr : Mturke Hatllrlay.lIHN .
and Luwtey clulm. showing daughter MHS| 1.0111110 I ndlng ashostess. Palulka: Minn Sarah llaiher
. the week-end here with her parents southern ghlx; UH a leward for xer- und Mrs Gentry Ktok"" 'and PulatkuMrn | LIIIIIxo Caraway npcnt tlio
I Mr. and Mrs. D. L Phillips. much work uctoinplished hy each Quite a crowd of young v""' In ,i patriotic.. ,enterprise ThuChildren's latter pmt of w In !Stark9!
diiiiKhferH, Voda ami "lrKI.Ir.! ... : Freila, Cooper. Jneksiniville thl tk :
Capt. J. 8. Jones of the Miami club.Mrs. folks attended<1 and a good timeenjoyed Foundem, Uoll IH a.mrmt HOIIICO. MokeH and chtilrnn of I II taking teni hers' examination.
Due'k vice of all.Mrs I !Mlsit l.iMilMK rhappcll.( JaikHonvllio -
prenident section hy .
appealing to
plan give boyw .
the ( T .
File of II Plnholxter
tn
Department was gienl motored Fort
New (River xpent, hint ,
Wednesdayafternoon .. Mi' and, .111' J. l>. \VIIllums.
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five who was tlio honor guest. A. A. Smith and rollisII.1!
p. L. Phillips Friday. : and glrlx. of the xontli a eonxpldiOIIH White hint Hnnd.iy. afternoon,
here with their .
brother" Jin'kxonvlllu Mr and Mm
McPlierson, of Max gave an Inteiextng talk on beiiutlflcatlon. uheth Howe spent lust Tueuday In and houorublii part In lln.incliiK I ; I.. H. .
Miss Nancy i
Mr. J. W. (Lewis.Miss .
Mrs. Yiirak. of Jugoslavia Gainesville. J. ('olh.. mill<1 HOII Walertown UU. Uall"Y.VIII... 1\8
and the greatest monument of human and A.
Saturday
vllle, spent Sunday !Martha Groover of Gruihuin. MulllH. WiitirtownMlH 1 SII'rlwy weru vlKltomto
delighted her audiencewith The 1 Kpworth League had a social ;
history. Unrolling hlldrenIx
here at the home of Mr. and i Htm' Monday.Tho .
guest I xpDiit last wIII.II liero with her.
: W K. Stin'keit. MlMrt f! WHroiiKhton. .
at the itlub
L. I a number of Jugo-Slavlau house lant Friday cany and delightful work In a LucroHHD .
Mrs. I) Phillips. I mother. Mrs. J. II. Il'lIpY.IIII.I. wax \ c CuineMvllle; WorthShambuiK. II y. P i I' put
ballads.Mrs. .
Wade Walnwrlght, of JacksonTil I night. Camps Hero played until magnificent cauxn. A few hours i, week-end visitor nf MlHH. 1.1111.- Winter I'lIrkIr.! mid on I very InleieHtliig piogram at
,V. II Edwards. late hour when ;
gave a piano a delicious re- of time '
devoted to It
npare the .
le visitor here very HuptlHt church
was a SundayA eve
dla Itln Hunter, of I tlm IlrookerHectlon. SllIlay
Mrn A U ( 11111'. Anhlahnlu. Ohio,
petition from the patrons of solo which was enjoyed very freHhments of cake and cocoa were day during the brief period of the .. 1111Ve hope they will give. un
Simon WllllaiiiH, (Ireen Cove
much. nerved to the many guests.Irs.! context will win tlilH
Davis Rosier and Futch school are glorlniiH; trip. MlHH Kllen: Howurd anil 1 slxler-, another ole soon..H .
. asking for consolidation with the Among the principal pea kern 1 Kfle! Miner and, Mlas Yuruk were Children'* "I'nunilerH Itoll Springs and JuekHonvlllii.Minn .-_ .
In-law. Mrs J. G.
Howard of Fairbanks
; Woodlawn school. The for the afternoon were: Mrs. M. ihuperones. A nice time was had The Children's Founders (toll of Mary !Bmllh:! JuckHonvlllo 11''UU"K: ( I SIOMV
petition were hern Thursday of hint. Kla.; K. i':. RUHH Mrs. Drown, MHHllrown !
A. all.
Capon chairman American CItizenship by I
the
Stone Mountain Memorial Is
all of u
by the
was signed patrons
week vlHltlng relatives and frlendH.Minn .
school here last week Training; Mrs. L. II. Hill, A. M. nianchard and daughter plan whereby the boys and girls Opal Lewis. attended Mrn. Powell and !\I rII. UmIjer Tom HundrlikH. who han b"C1

Mlas Rosier In Starke chairman vocational education. were vlstors to Starke Saturday of the south may havn an Important : serv- I, liulnuHvillu.Mrs. out under bond charged with as-
Ruby was
ICOH at I lent
on Sunday. Lnu .limeph, Aiixtlne, Tex..
About ladles afternoon. muilt with Intuut
thirty-five were and. dlHtlnttlve lo murder oil tli'iperHon '
and part
Thursday Friday taklrg t a'hers' among Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
examination. present from the different clubs Mr. Webb of Jacksonville was the builders of tho world's great !\Irll. Clara J. Moora .Ferrell Now of p. D. was reurresled -
sons. I.. O and Johnnie Jr, xpent!' York <:'ly. Mr. Kreil H. Smith, Now. In"I..h. .
and after a very interesting meet- In Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. ,est monument ThlrHlay, placed lathe
Sunday at CJrutiuin with their
John P. Thomas, Wollaston, Ing the members of the hostess Oeo. Huberts wan 111 Starke It Is. composed( of children up York Cl'iyMNH. county jail, ('harmed with -in-
'dniiKlited MrH. t 1.V.. )liyal.Kid. .
Mass., l Is visiting at the home. ofMs ilub served their guests with a Saturday where she took her little to eighteen years of age who contribute J. H. Kelley and JuxhimGroover | HoiiM-r KnlertulnxMinn : lIaul wil Intent to .ommlt mur

sister-in-law. Mrs. L. W. KIck salad course conHlxtlng of thicken (daughter Patty to Or. Dlggs. one dollar to the <,oxt of Ucrtrude llouupr of KcyHelihtH. oulioniti: of the wounding

liter. salad, saltlnes, pickles and coffee. !Mrs J. T. Moore wan a visitor the work and Is open to all with attended services nt I'lilon' j 'IUlut ; t Saturday. and Sunday, whero Kid: i .
.
I afternoon. Feliiuaiy I. ut .
The federation received an InvItation to Jacksonville Friday.Mrs. in the. age limit who are h..I'1 : wax xhoolliiK nt "' J-

Meadames W. K. Mlddleton, a.M. from Mrs Walnwrlght to ( Enoch fJrlffU has returned ed from Confederate d"B"enll.1. | Kelley Ix 'Hie puntor. 'licime wl"i: !, ,1 i hurniliiKly 'ippolnted( dlHh ut the limn hu won n"di'i v idrows -

Innuin, I). E. Knight T, J. Alderman meet with the Starke Woman's from a very pleasant trip to Homosussa I'a.-ll Mid contributing nnv dol- I !Mr'. MlMzle Gronver. of High I j ten. A I'olor tierno of bluo anilytllow In lhu head, 'mid I' .

and L. D. Green attended Club In May and wan al'<:epted. where nhe visited relatives.P. lar rccelv ,a bountiful bronze SprlngH. Hpnnt Suinlay hero with ] wm carried out In the ileorations ported Allr'wl hal I j" ,t ".;ut
hlH. mother.. Mrn J. I II J. |,
the Cbautauqua at Keystone L. Dlnklns, of Jacksonville, dal dnHluned by the Hculptor. lne-1 Kolley |<' anil unnii| noveltluHweru of both eyns fro, nithe dr"'I.t >: tho

Heights Wednesday, Mesdames L. it. Hill atul J. H. spent tho week-end with his family giiHtns Lukemun. On tho front of r.V. Sowell. of High Springswas awarded, an prltuit to the winHern wound.Mrs. .
here In our cMon Huud.iy afternoon of viirloni( K'linfHTliK
.
Carrodlne were shopping In Jack here. the rneddl. Is a miniature ---- -
repro- KuustH Im'ludud Mrn. ( J. K. MdlneH of Ttutler -
John 1.'lk.
Chief Alvarez caught an escaped sonville Thursday. Carl Drown, of Jacksonville, In d "' lion of the grand stairway of .

wblte convict from a road camp Iel
i nthe louthern part of the sttae Skipper, of Jacksonville and Mrn.G. here. quarried out of the breast ofhlon lIur"rlll".t'edIIlIRday! inorn- I S. Ilabliltt !Mrs Charles Weinman. fl. K. I.nlght

t this week and turned him over to Howard of New York, spent It. A. nianchard was a visitor to Mountain Immediately unContlnued I ling whim It was announced that Mb iil/.alp"th: : CuiiKhey, 1\f1..11. -- ---- -

the prison authorities. Drlvng Iota Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. K. K.Burney Starke Monday. I our new curtain had arrived. It ItueluholKlT.. MlHH. Miry ZelgI.r. { and :r. J>. K Knixht spent
l Minn Shirley Mm'k, MlHH UntilLawrence. !Friday In Jack/innvlllo, Col
E. H Ilurney made business I
Starke with a negro companion, a ( on Page Right made its apuarance at aver)' opportune
befor' the
Knight having businosK
algo an escape, they stole a license A, M. Blanchard bad a fall last trip to Jacksonville Monday.. time as Stunt Night Is MlrtK JoHephlne Cant-

tag from a car to replace their old Tuesday night at his barn In Law Mrs. a. W. Itoberts was shopping next week and the old curtain Is 1 well, MlMH Arneetu. Ogden. Miss "court .

tag The negro made hi* escape tey. We are pleased to report no In Starke Monday afternoon. The Chamber of Com I In a wome condition than ever Helen OKden and Ml.nit JeannetteLawreniu. -- ------ #
Pulm Iioach Plans under
t. and his companion confessed tot serious injury but a skinned nose !Mrs. Irene Oaker from Miami merce meets every Men are now at work tearing down I who entertained with Welt -
for entabllnhuieut
of UOOO
road and bruised. knee. l Is her father O, several selections on tho piano. way $
escaping from the camp. a visiting E. Rbo tbe old antique and putting the .
Thursday night at the gurmunt fai tory here .
.
Ml
after a. Hevera IIInesfl -
Jim Lowery wan a visitor to den, In Lawtey1.Her. new curtain In place, and will 011..41'

:, Mrs. C. C. Iloppe and Miss Janet Starke Tuesday.R. J. V Robinson and daughter City Hall. Every citizen be given an opportunity to you see It has returned to Ureeu Cove boxoH Clearwater of citrus-frlut About shipped 160.000 from

Durden. of Tampa, !Mr. and R. Theda was a business visitor Miss Helen, accompanied by of the town ia expected at ...ork Friday night, Feb. 18. Springs la resume. teaching.. this suction up to first of year.
Mre. C. L. May and W, A. Broad- to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Mesdames J. II. Moore and R. R. -- .
Ocala New
to be flro costing City -Seaboard Air Line
Oa. guest ofMr. Nolan and slbter, of Jacksonville Tbede, attended tbe present. 8 o'clock.: tuck I Jade
t away of Albany are Chautaqua at Mr. Chan. O.111: us spent last $13,000 piirchaaod for flro dcpartraont. to now passenger station lu

1 and Mrs. O. L. Bea8Iey.l were called to Lawtey b1ff. Keystone Heights Monday night. week-end In St. Augustine. thl.bnll place.



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ILPP"l1re.l into Uihall.- It wool The pictures are to be suspendedfrom

have boon unite proper If a crestcloiitt the walls of the senate cham

7io Much ;Efficiency : had covered the faro of the [ THE GREAT A ERICAllO"lE -j ber. In accordance with a resolution -
nt the
II lit an nun It rhnncrd mine none Instant did. ; although adopted in 1921 which has

Just been unearthed. The resolution -
('onmutoncu. appealed, flv.i minute
j By E.J.RahI ; latT. but lth no evldencq of the does not provide any appropriation

urprlT rtlsplioetl by her ..'.t"r. for the pictures but !Mr.

"fJooil mornln"." said Hedge! rlsIns. BUT ITS VOU DID ? SO DID Crawford believes that the former -

nnoiv MUCK: Tun \\ Kor an Irretolut" mom.'nt Aleo.to' Hi nodded an.) smiled In perfect COLDAM' CAM YAMAfjiME rAMD r HAD presidents and their relatives
THIS
JOHN \\'. HHOOKi:. I"""...,... >
pNpl... ai,4wtI ..I"......... ........... 't t turning router each "e'C nnd. Then. leant uKKrxnon In his m.mner or CHARGED To YOU AMP WORtSIT themselves.
uh"n the. tears brimmed over. she \olc that betrayf'l memory of having ST&Re. ALL THE
.10. Eeom: und tm.I.r.ytnvrnIom. WAY HOMe/ -"lir-'
I I ImI.d. ,or ..-l,.-nfcolil room. an n >or.TJorxl WITH STfAW HATS AND YOU PO/4'T
..".. .................. of 10 I. 10....... ."Thlo'.' MM' Conntnnc "Is shnmeI mornlnc." rfJ>II." ConiiUncecrlnply //M TH' MBAR ME. Simultaneously\ with the reported -
I !I. KICKIM' ABOUT
I for a prrlotl. nf iwo ", .....10. I TH' COLD action of an organization at St.
"On (Ihl) conlrory. It I. common Slit hesitated for an 1" then ..
that he wilt lie oul of Ihe rlly.Me lanl. DO YOU"? Petersburg that novo John ,. .
i .'en'n'. returned the. efficiency man nppronch.-d the desk and stood 1 fac
full.. In Inform hi. lhr.. :Martin set aaldo some of the state
rfclldrrn. ,'............. \\ ,111mm j I unemotionally with. nil ho studied Connnnro ing."1m.. across the broad mahogany treasury balance for a. new penitentiary -
a contemplative xp nc.Uraakfaxt
..4 Alli-e. Kbauf hi. pi..... g.iza.It "
-A.is not In ready now," she :: comes time announcement
,. properly a battle ofryt'
If. In:" ,:. rmrlenrr m..lneer l- ,
said. of C. W. Hunter state supervisor
picked lo not lh. order *. for Iho fro of combat lay onlyin
Into .11'>.... "...10. ihe ...... (0lb. in o.ih.im.l ki.i.to.hp.laMIng 'I ffT'li-my man were merely placid, al- we Ao. I wish to say one prison at Kaiford. now In course of
though they were ninitulurly thIng Mr. Hedge." Mho spoke With
maady.
( pnrd bin rlahl l. re- construction. Is progressing rapidly. -
...1... lh.r ...... oil...,.. Afterword. I It %tan like trying' to slaro tho Sphinx rtjmpoiiure.Hi nodded."Tliero i Tho "iimrrptp for floors and

II..... order. all. t". .''rY- out of countenance, and Constance walls of two II flits the kitchen
I I ...... hrnnithl hvftre him. If. ."'>n atinndoned? the tank. I In outs fixed rule In our dining room antI bakery has beenpoul'f'

pr.dur.. the p...., .*...ed bf "I shill Join mxnl",tir." who jmld"Vou hon.c. which I must ask you to ohs.rat' \

.... bmrf .iff .... htu. and re- -you are a Ijfr"( I No matter what nan hapin I _.
........ ,.i.... mlrnllon.NOW ".\.1 )ou xxlwh," ho) Hahl I pleannnHv.' ; I '/noil 1 the ovinlng "bof.ir. nobody I'l I cost $300,000 and will be one of

Gt' ON Uiril TIn; !STnil\ '.illhotigh I choul'l' not have aikod '' ..|I"....-..'...rnlllN...d.,.....,... .U.to.. .'!he._.'Lu..F dlanxreeablo L.na.. nlwey.. L.. In.at, I I .. __7 J JI try.the most The up-to-date work, in i being In the done coun entirely -

I/-OO/: Ini i i .ire llBhtly. lle-IBc' Hlnt-il' on this' and It rum "become our by convict labor.
R > /iiMom. Thin no tar a* pomilble l li I. ,!
priUd rn' mure to it-d i I .
_ .i'id -xiraordln.iry: Instrurnent i .li1tflt| i "il to all men)*; In the case of qL

'.vhl"'h I.&'in. "I. JohnV h"akr.1Mt. Invarlnuly.I May I ask i "All riorida." latest publication
j"ii. not -to-" of the bureau of
.. Immigration
Brooke ar r I ih fanhlon of a tiu>twill .
and teuirmm I Ho read lovly I =-.110 break It?" ho IIIII'plIlth state, department of agriculture

And .'ear'')'. piuHlnK h twoenphraseir .-mil.-... "Certainly/ I'll observe, the I has become a part of till curriculum -
In ordt-r thni a full comprehemilon ru'lf' a Kood one."
_ I of a public school at Wlnsted
rf f his UOMJH. might !be I I I Th.nk011.." naIl Conitancaprnxiiy Conn. letter
according to a received -
_
ot..talned.'hen he re.irhe'i th' re.1 I "Of course after bn-ak- -
by state official The book
.cat. )ho )look"! up and folded the : fast -
JItI...... 1 Khindod the Sentence with ash ,-- Is being lIed by the pupils ill conjunction -

"I ..m the H. .lge referred to In'' ., HIT that wa. non-committal. __ with a course on History
this dorijm-nl' he sa hi. "1.)0 >ou Oh of course." ha rcitnonded non \ ) and Natural Resources. The demand -
)
all underntam ,It?" I chalantly.Constance, for the book has been unprecedented -

The HKht nervonts remained' Hlle.it I led I ho way Into the bureau heads Bald.

nnd, with on" accord. glanced litConstance. I tuning room Hilly and Alice % 'er.i :; : r.:...____ ,, :: : .,/ School children all over Florida,
|.nt the table the latter half choked -- .
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cit and In several sections of the United
-
I with _
I "Vou nay Indicate that you under laughter over something her
1 iitand, It-If you really ilo." ald fon I brother had said. I States, have flooded, the mall
1 stance oulctly.Klght "Goo! morning." nodded Ulllyhcifiilly with requests for copies of 'All

t A hoadu nodded I < glancing ui>. Florida" to be used In studying

? "Very well." ald Mr. ll-dge. "Re "foo.l mornimt.' MIIIIr.... n
:turn to your quarters, site were beholding: tho efn I S S U S
fhe bounehold) ht-lp filed out of (Ih" I i I rlMiry. man for the first tlnio that
I day. She If tlia kfnto linnrcl nf nnrtlnna. at
Horary with funrreal si''r1'. From xvns vllll lillfflilnir.
the tinllway! It was |K>..IMn' lo dltlnguNh fi;.iiwl I moinlnir." wild I lodge cor- Its next session, to beheld'h'ere

\> hli|>> rlnif mlniried! with, ,: dl .Its" :nnd. lio sat down.V. rent and. conviction. of anyone who his escape' when fearing Impairment in :Mtt'c-h 13 petitioned for clemency -

th. nolixof reiii.iUnu r""ntnl., ps' \ II. Connie. have you trenle-'l mart Much a fire In his county to his health he was ordered for :Marlon n. I highsnti tit,

# (j ; The elfinenry\ man walked ',"'r t" hit I "i" \ iiivould' f.itlier'" tlemantlt". The Sheriff him suffered. a severe News From taken out under strict guard convicted of murder In Hlllshor-

; a writing table. ".ent.", .1 liii" :-,..If. 7/ I In, .i in, ... .lute, xi lilt a itiln financial loss from one uf the for recreation a few hours each ough county Commissioner of Agriculture -
i< plcketl up a pet and apiiurnntly' for I'M. 'it'- ':it- I Infliienre/ of II lit, breakt numerous fires which In recent day.
Nathan
fft the exlDtenre of th. .ihn', .. I tt'''II'. tIll I l ie iNi'<;4| nhnck. C,,"' weeks have endangered, State Capital Mayo will be
IJrookc. C'onmanee. her ll|>n iu-hil> K.,nn t,, n. it her bliiBhetl. nor fioxvnedHhf. St. propertyIn S S S S found voting for It, unless there I Is
p Lucia. of these
compreMHed, retreated( to thifaitlni. "l.-ii, hc-d. ht' I'tlly. II.I Iledxo did One I fires With n gas (tax collection of up- some clellnlte organized opposition
end of tho room and utair-d Into I It.. ,ill' t.io ibut' with a little wrinkle of n few days ago ate Its way Into a wards of $11,000.000 recorded for !Mr. Mayo announced. highu'fltltii -

"low of an or...n fire Hilly un isle I j perpl'illy between his evoM. three year old orange prove beowiied Tallahassee Fla. Feb. 8.The the year 1926, the year Just opened went to the rescue of Su-
I ,
thumbIng a rM>r>,k. finally to'h"| uaiiltle I "If" Ih",, I N nnjIMnir I nm mlni and before It could he state department of public Instruction bids fair to come near that I ,erIuttiilMit J. S. r.litcli w hen the
nnd I Inll' lie i lem.-irkrd.' "I Icxive I It checked half of the
dlaappeired The opening, (to one trees In the : wounded
fatter was recently in
has mark as the receipts for the
and cloning or the front il-tnr" an'onntr \ "'" ene. of fur play lo see that I I1 grove had been destroyed. just apportioned January

consolation In Ibe Clrcnnstan' \xalnutfjhonoffraph. ? .1 Al x\hor.ped Billy will) an air C state school fund, for distribution to Comptroller Ernest Amos The ,)
She pin veil inloudeKt | of ." M Inquiry stood up anti g.iz"d The movement for purchase by among the average attendance collection l Is made from the state's art so valorous (that Mr. DUtch announced -

concert records the Auld! find \xltlifrequent "..'dlx at tie (ton of the efficiency tho state of Conner's Highway found HIllHborough county draw- 4-cent levy upon gasoline for good I afterwards that he would

Klanres In Ihe rilrertlon of .. .. I rnon, head. The heavy thatch of from Okeechobee City to Twenty- Ing the largest among $23,093.70 roads. I J recommend a pardon for him.
,r II.i.I Hedge daik' linlr canned him to groan r* mile Hend around the shore of I I I S S
,
"Tifintir and Collier county $219.48, the S S S C
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nnu beinf/ "
I He wan mn.lenlnlllo"I"'ou.' *. /r"I'II Lake Okeechobee and through the II I :Mrs. Nellie T.
t o'clock Alice wilt! "'No; least. The apportionment was a The state of Florida benefitted I I Ross former governor -
CurlOKlty overcame All, .- nt l length kfndly/ goo you can't get II-not the way Kvergludea: has.
progressed to the Wyoming has
I considerable seen the
Increase
that for by
'Hho! pretended to hunt for a book bed. father and the search (twice carried her pant' I "'rhat's too l>/ d.; If there's any point where \V. J. Connem, builder the same period last year which of motor vehicles during I I high lights of Florida In a fast

the dank at whIch the efficiency, man i Ii you to retire until. cloven' o'clock an I thing I can do. _" and owner of the thoroughfare was 16216535. The rate of apportionment 1926. Figures made public by the motor, trip through the state as the

was working. But even two Innpec, you are obviously cv..ral I )'ars. older Allco whooped again. says ho Is willing/ Bell, accordingto per pupil this year comptroller's office dlnclosed that'<;guest of Governor and !Mrs. John

lions did l not enlighten ht-r. He than your tlalcr. Aivl. 1 am not n : "YoU-'Oll, mlxlit live In be fiftynr Information recelvd by the Florida was 93 cents and last year was 6764468.48 was realized from I I I \V. Martin\ and will return to her

teamed to "be working at a problem boor; 1 am .'lnir>ly nn efficiency engineer. : "sixty oronly or eighty year State Chamber of Commerce 75 cents. the registering of motor home in Cheyenne at the end of

but wholly unlike any ahe had ever Cuod nlKhl." .hi. "alie said "and then maybe 'ou'el from West Palm Beach. GeorgeF. S S 5 S and $10,474.268.17 from this week to prepare for her lecture .
encountered at iirhool. ,lit wa* mnkIner Connlanco did not I 1.- ..
nnntxer him. She nensel president of the Great tour.
diagram, doingsumN In nrlthmttlc. walked the "Allfe1! Fair play now" continued That fast work If) being done cent tax gasoline/ Of vehlciell'l/
torn library her nhoul-
,- and wrrtlng memnrand.i. all tIer squared', her beid: ".....1. h.-"- Connina er Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce to free Florida cattle from the tubercular istration collections $ She came here during January
on the Name arieet of ,pnper, and he mvp' meanured and dt'llbernle.' Mill I "Oh. well. If ho .l.tli. ..'( want to member of a committee appointed -; evil was evidenced from went to the maintenance fund and to visit her friends In the'mansion

wan Intensely absorbed in his work "hen *bo hii'l turned ln o tlie, hull./ wait that lontt ho rould, by the organization to dll.'j the report just Issued by the bureau $4,626,779.83 to the construction I at Tallahassee and at the requestof

t Half In hour fir Mll-nre enued In he>oml the fcfkht of 1I.'lIe G"'. .sIt" Constance reached arroi.. tho table cuss possible purchase of the of animal Industry United { fund of the State Koud Department Governor Martin remained long

the library end Ihen II.., elflrlenry$ run. An./ldl/loer/ l .1 blind ite.'rime her sinter way from \Mr. Conners reports 'States Department of Agriculture; ; 1684951.52 was return enough to make a swing aroundthe
man lonkrd up nmtdr-nly' nnd ronmilted I I tiu. that Mr. Connors state
concurred
with by motor
After
showing that during the month ed to the counties, and 112110. car. a
L Hood the In reading a corner.or a lingo/ cl'" .rk tbil II IleciRO had .been sitting nt I h..1| spoil" "Imp II.! she UeslilI'm Mid severely.not the"Don't only the Chamber In the bellaf that the of December 3,420 cattle tinder- J87 was deducted. to defray the expenses short trip from Jacksonville to St.
IIbrnry.II.' for nn hour' and n hair i highway should be free to the pub Augustine and Duytona
I "Allr1" I ono. you know went the tubercular tests with 23 of the tag department Beach

1 The younger of the Hinoko gina I p before'ared any I lie member wan buy of c.xninlnlnu.the family np aslortlmt "Pooh! I'm not afraid. HUM: Alice lic. Mr. Conners was quoted as reacting./ S S S S Mrs. Ross was taken In one day
"\011 ''-''lion nnd' alch Haying however that the road was to West Palm Deach from Jackson-
.. could scarcely l>eUevher ear*. SIt and |lllntt an nnav of booki me S S S C Whether special provisions for
looked ui> from her chair and mared and dociimonls.! Seven/ o'clock! huilfounti "KOdently; ," sIghted l the ellleloncy no "lemon" anti that he was not The next examination of handling strawberries by express vile stopping at Palatka, Crescent

at him. him thoie.. when dayllghlVIIH man, 'I am not lo bo 'treated ait, anxious to dispose of It. State Board the shall I I be made' will not come be- City Sanford and Eau Oallle\ on
of
"How old nro you* be naked abrurrtly. still no wan and. foeblo thru he ,"-".1..1 f.ilhi'r It,. Whatever ouuht i la tin. Mr. Dense quoted Governor Law Examiners" I ,. ..., .... .!. .up the way
romlns' will be held In g .g & .a "LOU" l..ommer'o
to mo I am not Tallahassee Feb.
Ihn nnHlMnnce of an ilectrlc bulb. I"In ." Itnlng to netyet. Martin as having said recently I.Comnilselonuntil The following day was spent In.
next fall.
21, and O. T. The
Whltdeld
Alice
fEanpetl nntl, turned ,
pink. She into secretaryof
M-glnnlnK to ret hungiy. the highway should be Palm Beach and III
free thepublic
to
roso to her feet and utood tiulverlnii All..- was flrnt lo ohwrvo, him. She llllly lonk- at llodgo I wit h n lint/. :' the board has asked that no commission/ had set a hearing for Ross the showlllgIrs! .
It 'onoC", Ion air uf Interest and then bj'ameiupon and he expressed tile belief Lakeland February homes along the ocean
was outrageous, ( nce walk- xvalked briskly Into the room hum. applicant present himself for examination 17 to Investigate -
quickly' to Con.itanre.ConManre. that tho Governor would buck the uud resorts that have made that
her. placed an r rni aboil? mini; Hlopped nhort "".1 it\v the who has not received a present freight serviceon
her ahouldera anti then directed a elDi, lency man. It was ouch an airirresiilvely however was very movement to take It over. definite notice that his application berries, and to ascertain whether name famous. That afternoon she

lopk of srorn Into the ry 0 of thtfquoatloner. cheerful iiiurnlnK.\ with busy ultli nn oianiie./ If a triflenuNhcd S S C C flail .been approved. express carload service and specially was. taken to Miami\ for a day and:
Sho (iM't'tondeit, nt>t to hear. half.
a
nunllKht: n >strenmlnii through the The annual of equipped refrigerator
"Ity whnt rig li.t Alice unn his 1.iiy. l Ii. yond' iipeerh sItu production one S S S S cars
you n i I do' not broad xxlndoxvs, that Alice in buoy, ; should After a trip through the
Itnow," die roldlx' '. cuiRlcil, lier joy. Hilly .."",,n..1 to he acre of South Florida land Is equal' be established but the ridge
ala/ lei |II i M i .i-iii, ant re.pnnne to the mood of tho .I.y.) Jackson county, with 86 white section, with
J "'.. however I., nn"wr the I). ,|"" .lInn had' utterly furKOiien tho prenco of contemplating* another nttork. It to one tourist, Jules M. Durguler.of and negro schools led the various Florida Railroad Commission asked cities between stops at most of the

than to argue Alice" m fifiifii '. I I"Thllt thl ireaiure under Iho lirooke roof. wan the rfTlrlency man who broken West Palm neach, has Informed other counties of the that the matter be postponed West Palm Beach ,
I k belnir tbcramindlb. t I hum, I ret |i I iho rltuatlon the Florida State Chamber of Com : state last S C S S and Orlando' and between Orlando I

} now being ten oVtm k ivn., ui I I d I II I The tune >f.1, 'In n dlxmnl! Illlle merce. year In the operation of public Secretary of State II. Clay Craw and Tamp", Governor Martin and I
'I roll!". ''A lice will ki,oI', '. I M\T < ll\ITI t lli-ili'.. .....". schools for six months or less, according ford Mrs. Ross are to be
ill u has guests of honor
I he u In i "ts..ri., :x nml ,100I' the ....... "I have come to the conclusion to sent out a request for
figures I
supplied by W at the South
that one acre of laud In South S. framed pictures of all presidents Florida Fair In

sizeable hills. In Lake Florin production should give an of public Cawthon.Instruction.state superintendent" of the Florida state senate from Tampa.

with Mr.county.funter Correspondence has- actual return of $500.00 an a'regroKII" did not have a six months Lee or county less the first presiding officer Patrick I Chlpley--Work S started asphalt

Iiii1 developed that Iron Mountain's he said. "I figure the average school while Bruward Glades lioustouii. of the extra session of paving on state road No. 1 between -
I' i L State 1889 to John
Chamber S.
CommerceTbo tourist Is worth about $500to Taylor of 1925. Chipley
elevation can be regarded/ as only the Heudry Monroe and Okeechobee and Marlanaa.
In his
state
tho greatest "known" elevation In expenditures. counties had but one. -- -- ---.-.-.
the state.. Therefore 1,000 acres In cultivation S S S S
should be the equivalent of

A I I Tbo Florida Statu/ riiaiiihcr of lonmit the vurloiitt. communities are Lochner Mr. Gunter explained replying. / that/ the to Mr.report that 1.000 It tourist It means more than Florida The during real estate the past activity few years In mWe can charge your 0

mean a permanent -
J ,I Commercn will licRin next week a Facing and how they! aro being made It clear the altitudeswere instead of a transient tour-population bait been blamed by Dr. It, it!. ORS

1 II I survey of condition. 'In every ronu- handled whether. Florida us a those of the United States lilt visit, and It means deveopmentand Harper local statistician for a BATTERY In 0

ty In tint Htato con nty by county. whole Is Hllll thinking( and talking (oloKlcul Survey and other author settlement of the land." shortage In saw-palmetto berries .

The work. which Is to hn done hy In terms of I Initiation or It It has UloH and not those of the state C C S used In the manufacture of drugs. %

u tho publicity I I ilvpartmont I In cooperation Its tint on I he ground whether 1 for the state department never Dr. Edward Conradl. president The grubbing out of sub-dtvlslons/

with tliu research department (the various romtnunltlrs are build, has been given an appropriationto of the Florida State College for on the east roast, a prolific field Smith's

will Inviilvo a tour of tint ing solidly' or urn mill trying to permit It to cooperate with the Women has Ixsued at Tallahasseea for the berries resulted largely In Garage Sjrlce

state with a visit to every county inaniifiu I turn "bimntii," whether federal survey In the matter of warning Klorldlans to beware the shortage sending/ the berries

; seat and large city from rcimaciihi t Florida's future I Is wifely In the topographical" work In the state of / from a price that seldom evueded

to Key West and I will require six Iwnds of conservative bnslnensmen So far as :Mr. Culiter: Is able to young; women soliciting magazine 30 cents a pound to $1 and more
the that
or eight weeks. what In. the ala ts.s of uRrlcnl- learn no bench marks bused on actual subscriptions on plea a pound.
hey are working for a scholarship ,
The survey in It progresses will I ture, of Industry. and whether theIteutlile Him level Inn been established at the College the Florida a S S C
be / uitually on tho high points In Lake county. Florida opened the
the basis of i a scries of current working anti saving State Chamber: of Commerce has year 192
articles to hn rclinised lo a Hclected are ,getting ahead l. C been advised. with a bang agriculturally speak-

/, list of dally newspapers. Tim An attache of the liamber will Consumption of Florida IIrupe-1; "This Is absoutely false," said ing.; During the month just closed J.R. DAVIS & CO.

chainhwr Is of thin opinion that leave, Jacksonville' the. lust of this fruit In ireut llrltaln Is Dr. Cunra
Floridians do not know enough' week to begin the survey with log by leaps and bounds as a result I College for Women has made no : commercial fertilizer were sold

I about Florida and It hollevim the I'eiiHiiciila and Eec ,Itihiti rounty of the Influenza treatment developed such arrangement with anyone," over the name month of 1926. Last

1* reports In connuctlon with the survey ami will work ell lwllr
I will UMHlst In creating thai plniiH contemplate rumpleIon' of Mayor of Leeshurg. during thu"liii" A movement on foot In Palm compared with 47,057 In January

mtate conm-lousuoss esseiitlul to Its I I ho work InVent Florida und rpldemlc In this country In Houch county to have tile state 19 2 6. The consumption of commercial -

; fontlniUMl l progress.Whllu North Klorl.l.i a.< tlio firm part of 1918. says the Florida State Chamber i purchase the Connors Highway has I foodstuffs also increased ESTABLISHED

: I thousands of persons ro- tho prnxnim. with (l'elllritl and of Commerce Kngland Is. now been started by the Greater Palm last month over a year ago by 1886

Hldlng outslda of the stnti. are ubln South( Florldn. In follow In the throe of a 'flu" epidemic loach Chamber of Commerce. In 219 tons, according to J. Hlnton

'I annually to iniike. fairly. comprehensive nnd. I Pr. MncKvnzle'ii remedy U a few years there will he no toll Pledger supervising Inspector of STARKE

burg of Florida few Klorl. bring Rlvrn wldo publicity through/ roads and no toll bridges In the the Htate department of agriculture -
No
"nlll> known FLA.'I
the locution of tho,
newspapers huge posters describing Stales uf Florida.Money .
dlans actively engaged In luminous I the
hlKbeHt
point In .
i Forum State It tiro being prominently S S S SIC
V havo .lioeu able do
lo HO although
CeoloKlHt; I Herman I (;iittiiT
sometime illMpliiynd.The .
they huvo long lieen) planning Hiich ago Issued. a Albert House, better known 0- --,- p .. .
report on Florida treatment used by Dr.) Mac- simply as "A!" House,
i a trip In order to study conditions. elevations escapes
mid | ,
Iron, :
Mountain. Kenzle Is merely !
u mixture of
Through the coming st-rlos of stories again/ soon from the Ralford state
:J21.11 i ) foot In I'olk Making
county hoadod grapefruit juice and common baking prison he will have to
I break down REDUCED
resulting from the ctmmher'ssurvey I
I Iho I list with I I Hound
Luke, I In Juck- soda. During the epidemic, In the bars of solitary confinement. RATESBLUE
Klorldluns will be ablo to u
son ronnlon state lload No. 20 this.
country In 1918 Dr. Cotton
Mad<
I'II- House, who escaped recently and
obtain the Information they would L between
I'littuiulalo' BUS
LI nnd Panama ale, then a volunteer attache of whose LINES
r secure If they were to make the I getaway resulted In the
City lit second piar with nn altitude the United Stutos. Public Health I'urv FHIr Tool. M'll< ....- I.KAVKIBTAHKK
tour themselves. of 322 feet !Mont Forldlans( j .'..nn. and .:ar''". I errs. tbud. wounding of Superintendent J. S. TWICE I1.ULY, NOHTII AND SOUTH
Service treated E03 case, of In-j .. .. .
per itl wr of IM eottivnin Dutch baa been ordered back into
The Chamber doslres' particular! regarded the .iKf-lonic controversyover fliienin& with this. remedy and did maw.,: rn.-.. 'i.xt prr bukrl To JACKSONVILLE $1.60
confinement until the
ly to ascertain what the various I altitudes settled with his report not lose a patient ..( ail pound lit nhippispIs5. solitary GAINESVILLE
board of commissioners of state Institutions .90
t counties and cities have accomplished nays the Florida. .. State Cham- S S S OCALA

S and what they are planning ber of Coin men "> but Don Loch- Sheriff Merrltt of St. Lucia county G. V. CUNNINOIIAM with can decide Commissioner what to do $2.15
him. Prison
to do. to what extent basic Indus- tier, editor and publisher of the knows what forest fires Involve .tgrlraltaml Collrcr.Athens -
Nathan announced. House
Ties arc being developed along C'lermont Press refused to be converted and bas offered a reward of $500 CJu. had been!Mayo in solitary confinement I Tickets and Information al COIPENllfG DBl'G
I kept STOlEf'
sound, normal lines, what prob. 1 because there are some for Information lending to the ar-. I
until a short time before
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1O2T' nRADFORD COUNTY TEIE r.n\rn, STARKF, FJOnm\ 'PAGE TURK

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o u, ._._,_ ._ .... ,....._ ._ _'1"V'_'_ L _._ ._. 000000000000 -- -' -- d' Don't pull n foolish 8tilnt and l 1IKNUY: '; the eighth and JAMBS

9 0 miss Stunt Night.: the first started. out on n hike.
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Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs BRADFORD They crossed two OLKN'NS' and i
HAMPTON Have ynu noticed! tho ghastly then stunk. out through the

I" HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL pallor on the Senior's checks? Do WOODS Suddenly they heard(
I
yon know what It means? Trig someono call htg "]lush I'
r'h' + 4' 40"4V. boys
KLOU.NU: : 11I\1'1'1 l 111 1 I'W: :-i lin.M" : \l'OOUI oxam host week said. the pool' After llHti-nlng, a

r Live State News \ P. Hilt of Alachna county, J IJilltoi'-lii-i'hlif" AsHorlnto Editor: moment he added. "'1"hal's THOMAS : -
I I
was transacting business here last Edison, "
< ailing
monday I \ML.nnn Mn 4iinui Athletic Editor Publicity 1.\1101': 1 "Huh' said the <'onquci\ 'or."
to I the 'hool l house
sec HI
Mr and Mrs C. n Rafnso have I '
does ho
whv ,
want to .
join such a
fioin dlstiiniti of two blocks but
a
( a new Bon who arrived here February ,
i 6th. 1f1::1' In0 ::\' iipsd.i; '. February 16 And that Is just as you hoRln to think that it cloud crowd as this? I always f

..f TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES thought TOMIY'llS: a live who" i!
Mr and 1 Mrs It. L. Drown have something 'l 111" to think about must Imvo blown away during tho

a now girl, who arrived February "' mo awfully\ bury out here \\c'U rat, our hut and hair ribbon night It becomes \l lblo, and. another Ilv t this time (ho fa mo us Inventor I
: had the ,
..---.-.-.-,-,-.-.-. .. --.-.-.-,-.-.- -... Ctli. planning und' pinctklng for Stunt if snubs of them don t got I'U- Night; vo are coming along film lialrod Ixfoto they nnulunto wont MiilRIIT.-y along The famoiis +/ '
'
Mr and Mrs C. L :
'. Palatka.-This county's first tures of the tick eradication conference May are the Inventor and he of the lion n ,;

solid carload of celery of tho uea- to be held In Jacksonville happy parents of a new daughter In our prepamtloim. and hope to After writing their 5.000! word, heart bosun er"klllljnkM, about .J.

l Hon, was shipped this week by \VO. beginning February 7, will bo the who arrived February 7th make It n wonderful, success Thcio The eighth Kindirs nro cnilto hlHtorv paper and tbeli' I ir>00 word the row In N'tianuigit: but the> pious ..

t Tllglunan and sold in Atlanta showing of numerous mo\lni' pictures !Mr. Warner, of the I'aul and, will be thlrty-llMj and fifty cents, nrugrt'sslve'o i i wont In to look Itlologv Penny, tlio Semi lo1's 111'0 poet adinonlHlud>, thorn Kently, I j

market The celery Is of the fine Including; several reels liken Warner Lumber Co.. Pnlatkn was safe I1 bo lllul tonic onilAdmission nod rents. nt them one day and I found. hut( likely to develop| u HPM IO ensue. 0fwritt'r's Now: bn3's," ho said "he ,'ii refu1

luullly, crisp and well bleached In Florida The confererie to beheld attending to business lucre last and w tlility-lhe nil know I hue lift dale Fil- they hair noqnliod, a lolleition of 1'1'1111I11.. of yn0r| cliln-ninslc. remember 'I I

"" > for the purnnso of discusslug. Snturda I you' is Notice: ; Ibo loplos of famous piilntliiKs. Some oi'ic 1.1'\'rI'1I: \ i; noTo \ Iheio is u Saint III our midstThoro ." .' }'

Misses Mary and Adi. Nlmmo, day. February of Hio other grades\ mlll'l1l"l'lI nil mv lenik'lH I w Isll to s '
and sap
present future Ian for
Dralenton-Whether this ) !! pindlfUion -
..' city poBteis town! We hiivo just was n gasp of amazement l;
of 'the HCK Alll b. listed their sister Mrs. W r Dirt np follow tho exampleSinro : Hull I 111m very plonsod with IhohtleiH
shall of attended but ;4 1
dispose its municipal gas ] lots of good ..stunts plays, nntllionises on looking uioinnl thev" found

plant will\ be left to the voters In by delegates from a number of of Louise last Sunday ( on tlio. progiam mul music I iiiehed I this weak and that/ the celebiiitod Saint hail tai

a special election to be held March stattps of the south :tad southeast. Mrs C IManalre, of Jarksonvilo will lIe furnished bv theSmp- the editor eucoimiiroil nn mv old heart rejoices t to know I that quietly joined 1 the crowd, II110b-

8, John A. Reed, of Cedar rtaplds la:! lsltliiK' Mr. :Manalro'smother 1 linv bolpod x ti lIli| .. I pioblomsof solved by Just at that
hony.t'n, N'o: flintier what formof so miiih, we IInd no unit stop anyone
Mrs. C. n. Manalie Home" peiploxod souls It
bas offered a cash price of $200- Gnlne"vllle-The first victim of. entertainment you u prefer 3'ouwill writing poet'y. If ho eon nol undorslnnd : poor glopIng l moment. the last bill IIIIIK and,
FOBS of Gruhnm In HIII
cl.iiknoss ,
Chesley was a that
; 000 for the plant the no fence law has roniinit'oci 1'' In hound to bo pleased\ Tlio this inastoipletK. It will htutgsthe I they all lagged woiitily\ l bin,'k to
business visitor here mst Manda J""I'I' pathway of life. If you
Sf suicide. When the new Ian went pipfoiniiuuo will start promptly 1 not bo liotnnso tho chic doiHiil st hool. .:
I have' inn tioiihlo, no matter lion ,
t Panama City-The contents of Into effect the potindninster advertised vitov. York pastor of clue Southern lit tight o'tloik Come and help nt him -HO ho'd hotter hatch his Vieiit or bow. Hinall. t do not lusltato Pioldom : How many boys In Iho

Ii: the Office !Equipment: Company a horse for sale for empound in Ua kA Stunt I Night' n Kiniul, mie- III('J!. ]lore KOCR"I : to right grade,' are n'IIJ'"s"lIte",11\ J
Hnntlst (church preached two ante mind 1 tollDIII Aunt
t here were burned between 12 and lug charges In due course of tlmo I'ess.'e thank yon 'he \\ail of lbi I'iii ling Si-iili" your answer to the first deaf man
excellent sermons hero last Sunday I.ui.v y nil about It. I will nol dlsrloso -
l 1 o'clock today. Hod M. Holiday Sheriff Plnkerson sold the horseto V.W, ( (First Spasm ) you meet
The theme used for tho e'enlag I M>nr nanio but will pliue,
,:, propiiteor was suffocated in the the highest bidder for $12. The I know I'in flunking flunking. -- .
service Ourselves ----- ----
wusOlvlnR: Home nom-de-pliime at Iho end of
J flames In endeavotlng to save papers purchaser, plated over hi shoe to Go." The scripture PIC. l.l'I.1i'IOn's! M 'IIOOL fI II Ilk IIIA'All thu leper, ns I know that some II. II. H. hit)'Ibit! 1(4 11,1. I'OKI

and valuables. Ho did not gain took his horse home and put hope 1 Flu chunking:, rhunklng, I 101'11'1'11100'1'11: :
quoted Is found in 2d Cor 8G.: of the iiupHllons ale a little peisonal '-
consciousnesstier being him Ina pen but the hone being chunking--1 '
regain
"And this They did not us We |)r. Fiilk of the t'nheislty of and you \\onlcl not Into their, Lower Flist Orn.loA I Kdwaids I
rescued a natural outlaw refused to To the airI.lst' .
stay
hoped but first cave their OTMIseHes (Florida, mm nt II It. S? Wednesday author to bo expimod to u moin- : lloils Stilckbiiul Joe Hlgglnbolliain :-
In the pen and rearing high in ti'eall' walling wnllln wall I
to the Lord, and unto ua by and mot with the teachers to mv fnl public.I : Hilly f.onM'Olivo K.:
fell on his back and broke his ingVliv '
Lakeland-This city has "taken the will of Odd." form pliiiiH for Ills survey on wh"'h" I Hoar Aunt Lucy: 1 am In tin Ray, teacher.'J

the air" as a regular thing now neck The fact was beautifully illustrated he will begin work In the uenr future \ I'm falling, falling fnllllllIt.s \'-- most, nufiil fix Imaginable; KONPIII! I High 1'lrst Giailo -\lien IrIce t .
.
through", Its broadcasting station and emphatically" expressed A class of student under not Fair! wieUs ago I war lI'u"1011',1, with ono !Moslv, Molvln! Hlllls( Clarlea Gill

\VMDL. A regular program of Tallahassee-Approval for the that God wants us to first give his dlicillon will ohseno tins conduit (Sorond Spasm ) of my eyes, \\ liltboiibl" t tultih" llosslo Varnes, Wllllo !Mae Thlll'nt f

..t: broadcasting Is being prepared andt proposed salo of the Coral Gables ourselves to Him and then as a Of OUr HtlUlOMtH In the lllHH I thought I Hllll might bava a and, jump In nil nlaimlng way ton t \l.lllbiu Slump. Honlah Hiowil

: will begin over the "mike" shortly Rapid Transit Company and all result of the simcnder to Cod: ( loom on the |may> ground 1. mid 1 In thin lien A'IIIIIon, tho mil, "bo of a well ('toolVhltu, \Ella Mae Manning

according to Henry Marsthulk ,Ir., equipment to tho City of Coral giving romps willingly and fieelv! nil school aithltles The Kill- Of Home grant delixoraniolint < : moaning friend I look. ono hotllo Mis U.I '1'. Illnton lonelier

;t manager of the local radio studio Gables Is to ho requested before A largo audience lompoHod( of dents weio told 1 not to lot l the Hiirvewirs Hint linnio ban inn tie'nylUrlven '! of. !Isn.u's (Cuici All and non I Socond' til'ado-- Vein flair Robinson

'. the Florida Railroad CommissionIt various di'iuimiimtlons onjojcd l .'tramp their. style'hat. l h\' n blamed. PHHM\' shako all ovoi \\hat tan I do'I (la.I\In Mae (CIOWH !Palsy IMimmdHon I,

St, l'etel..bllrK--I'owe1\\ !' was learned today. Petition for !this wonderful, service with many I to nut, perfectly nut in';il whllo betllg And thu" l mldnlKht: oil 1 Iii biniiliiK 1'lm"luH.I )| / Man' JlI.'rS'l"'III1. A. IIAnderson .
Ax for hours I hit I i
the approval l is to bo tiled within n-y'ul'lIlnl-\--
house agpd Philadelphia steel
compliments for Hevoik. who Is observed Deal IHiiiplcH: Just page MrlOKllcbl Ir., I.oulH Hall. Ethel I

magnate died at a local hotel thismoinlng the next few days by John 1\1. /Kienlly esteemed, by the people of \\altliiK for un Inspiration. / and, lu>ep on Hhaklng (biiillu, t Ienrkel'. .

t4 He had been in failing rell, of Miami attorney for 1\IuI'-1 our town.V. I SI '111--;;;;: 0IC'J71'SlmMLU'I'TM"1'I0'S: ; \ llutt will belp. lilY situation.; Tlihd iindo, \H (Clllss1)10

' Health for several months and company The monetary consideration I- Wheeler and Hut those old five thousand wnidill.ivo Pear Aunt I I
: family, attended .my : am a young Hi on n, l.awrum'o Lltbeiio Curtis

'j1' death was due to Infirmities of Involved was not given church at Waldo List Sunday leHerted, mn In holds'I.MHt man'led, woman and 1 I do nol, Newman: (learn Andreu\ VondaIniiKin

age. He had been here since January ( ) I'll ) know much' about
Slum" our lust I'nt"l.talnllwnllhe very looking' : Lois\ Jndd I. Lillian Sttrnboig -
he\'lo| all flrdiiK, floi Ing, U.-I .
1 with members of his family Ll'eRbllrg-Puhllrlty of a fai- \Dr) Tn\rr has had his 1 property play, "Anno \\h.it's lli">i' Niim; ." Sovplnl Buys man I madii sonui nliolOokiuH r,.

This was his fourth season reaching character has been Main Inn thov siiiill and 1 look, doHi .
givento on sheet improved and lepalied < 1
I Hill' HI'\llOIll nllliesllll llllH I I'ell ,1111'malll. Anil I I'm HP<'lng, seiiliiR. set IIIKI A Class' Losllo lllicgs! / Cecil
liere. I.eosburg by article this week 'IIIIIN, (but I inn HO ab 'nl minded, '
an appearing > llowo\ei. It IIIIH t'n a- '''i -
11 not Tho III 1111. Mlldieil I\Idln,'. Kami IDSlhot r
In the current Issue of Physical II. n. Peoples. and family moved puss that I do believe I put arm'lib' In ,
roused I front this state bv the 'I A
approach So 1 I'm "'alllnl(. Walling, Hall I'm bind l Toiiuilhi\ Dorothy
Gainesville $150 scholarship Culture a widely circulated magazine / to Melrose 1 this vicek.'l'hey will bo of Stunt Night; for whkli" Ing'nuse tin'in (unload. of tanllln, as Ills insenle '- \\hlto, (Klnlno: W'II1I.IIIlIdll.IIIoI,

to the college of agriculture of the which devotes consideiable[ greatly missed l hero enpocially In occasion II !I" being gut In wovkiii.; '( 1 I'm falling falling failing bolllen* right next 1 lo Hiovnnlll I lit ton lonelier i

University of Florida has been offered space lo the discoveries of ))1', W. religious Inles, where they were order', I'opiilur numheis will lu .t. 'Iho locihlos look so good(

to the Florida boy winnerof A. MacKenzie of this city, in illation always willing woikeis foalniuil! ut till than n. In spit" Hint I halo to throw' Hum awnv 1 Court I"U"lInl'"II; 8npp.
With iliiHH'!
the corn club contest accordingto to tho value of grapefruit\ Mr. Urnnrh and son who were I of all reports lo tho ,'outl'COI'Y"Juz" my If I ,illdn t ,put, nrHPiilc In them, Tom Newell, Helen Morsoronu, Jus-
11.1 A. W.
Kin
Picvnll
Alum Thointon
an announcement I by H. WItlacklock juice as a remedy for Influenza former residents ot our towu.1'e If still with us, nnd w'!' I".- bill on Hie other! hand I am iifiuldlo '" H1U-
I 1'. t.--\\ hiivo a Miieaklng Ulna hi Hi ,
a llolllngswoilh. Men I'.dwaids
state boys' club agent Discussing the subject, Citrus shaking", hunds with their, friends\ Hove tluil ,deep down In bin hmu'tuv"ryoue eat onelmt would )ou ndlso -
I at to the 1.loll 1 1ly of dour old Ann) llntiy IMwnrds:, llonalilMi
The scholarship\ Is offered by the Fruits In Plate of Drugs/ the here IIIoll l.tii' Hiivo ? (lint \\ u woulil- 'Ituo Mini
y you << 1'iliik Myinii' I'llnk,
Chilean nitrate of soda educational, author. Mllo Hastings well known cashier of I the llajnpton State, mm'b he denounce thin t typo Puzzled.Dear !.
niiiy not dlviilKii. tho HIM,'rel fur. Mlllln Judd Martini
IIIIYI Gooiglu llayiu'H,
bureau through .I. r. Hazemore, authority on the health values of Hank several years ago/ and has \ of muxle, In his co rrct'vationVe I'nxzlpil,I : rllll urn iiilluI |
lor of
thing I fear hurting her ftcl-
state agent lugs I lo throw the cookies If Snvdoi( I'nnlin: I'oiklns. 1 1 I cm'herHuh .
In grapefruit\ and oranges Rind to see him 'i'Item of "nnliJiuinoim'nnd., .i nwiiv you
Statue olu thing
Tallahassee-The Atlantic CoastLine which make them helpful in 10ttoilng :Mr Cordon of Massachusetts, > spend one-half of the r H|>,IIC" limn -- ,- did nol polHon them" Ilivon" I von, I Luis 1 111'11,10---811",11111', I'euk,
!MarIha
Adlilns GIIICO II \Ivlu''a.
railroad has applied to the and maintaining vigor bus pun'liB"c>d the Tobey property learning I" black, lutiom 6 or pun' IIIII\IUM| with' ruinous IVoph. a little puppy thai' you could! try f

Florida railroad commission for on the lake front and will soon put t tking on n Hiixophoni' The 01ihoBtiu '- ThlH limo( I doi" "c'ul to InlnivliwMi ono" on' Oi It von) me ton loud, Itiownloe. Limbo< Canoui Ida )
Mao. Johns' Lobt I Long. 1 Dorothy'
permission to remove Its station Palatka--A bill will he hut '!>- It in operation, with added Improvements \ Is un linpoilant omuni/a-! f.rllllM You nil know Owendon of thu Illlli dug' MMI might watt '
'b .
Kill Peanolla Hnvdii! I 51 re
at Wilcox to Wilcox Junction and diced In tho 't yon'! Ho In cute little Ken until) join liiiHlmnd( niilvoslii'iu .
next legislature bv llon In a school lint should Ih.1 l bii a HIM.in'it C, Itlti'h, teai,'hoi,

Commissioner 1', S. Matthews, of Henry S. Mackenzie\ representative H J. Jones has recently opened i rah ns spasmodically as ours It lot ullb only hair' Hint Is unman Sixth (Iradi liillan I'"Il .IrI .

i' StaiHe. has been designated to for Putnam county for the a cleaning und pressing club) In the should lain lnit iniiHlt for tluip'lexiiilsos lei.d. lo he. nil wool and, ono ynid, Anntv: I am a joiing: girl '
.1.I D Ilnt''tor. Glutton ( ,
of sucha Ilouscr building .Main street J Juiit slutoon )''111'" old/ I am ionsldorod u'llor.1I'ul'II"
look Into the advisability purpose of licensing drivers of automobiles and olhoi Hlmllai ''''''U long He' wears hili'ilolhoHllli ,
( (lowers. John Albeilson
transfer The railroad company In the state The object Mr I1. C. Could 1 and Hon-ln-law, tlons[ 'whlill inky place) every week, sin'h a dappnr. all llnil, ln Inolisun I ciulto braniifu1/ If I do say Cnlhoiino llamni. :Margart'rVII\ 1 ,

stated 1 that tile transfer was nee'eu- of the bill\ In to curb reckless driving !M 13 May oC East 1 Hartford : and not mi'iily onto or twice, In u I thoiiKh bo might have Just step-, so, IIM I have( guidon hair, bliioe.M liams'', Annie Vilnius., 'I'11I'1mn.1 -

sary after completion of Its !Montl- i while intoxicated und to lessen Conn., arilved here this week year for 1'1l11'l'lull1l11'lItll.i pod out of "ColloKu Ilnutur.VhOn ." H, ruby lips and an Innoiixit/ SealH, Louise IMillicitli. llolrtHiiynis

cello-Perry\ extension accidents Mr McKenj'le They are on Jo>'In K; the Florida sunshine ------ .-- \ I I ask<'d Owen what profession expioHslon ; and, now let mo 'till ) |

states t Hint In his belief the imposition ii. ii. .s. .M Mint 111. IlI:i-'iusIMMI'ION : ho Intends to follow when you my stint I am just. ,dying' ', halt: Cay Gill, IrlurertcoI''lieher
Luella KdwaiilH: Mary
1'0'4110181'1Alhert) Shaw ofNew of a flno does not preventthe \\'. II Hicks find C. .... flirt >'Is.l : ho grows up ho said. that he! wit IIIH to gel Into Ibo movios (Can yon '
Doan 1 Claia Ileitha
Dyal. Uyal
York publisher of the American reckless driver from repeating Ited Mr flits f father W. I'. Hilt, to bo a moillrlaii lint that every> Ii'II mo bow lo get In ''

Review of Reviews, and C5olcl- the offense but that under the license of Louise last Sunday The Junior i'i" llaskct Hull Toani lime lio! looks lii n minor bn I In by Fnt'e. Maile Illanih III'UWII.Tal'y!da AndiousMis Hiownloo,.
llojles. -
en Hook, and, member of the Rockefeller system careless drivel's license Mis S. M Simmons and son, plnjed u very good gami: with the thinks ho will poso for tutu'' n1n0otil Dear IIi by I'm o: Slme you art A.V.. Anderson, toucherSevohlh

,', \ I Educational Foundation can be revoked by the authorities Thomas who have been vislstlnK Hampton( 'leain I'lldiy uft 1'1'110011.'l'hrlla'yJ. wave. tide. so bountiful I piiliaps' I be" I Ilrketseller Giadn Over-

f j will como to Florida In February" and the offender kept from :Mrs Simmon's pit rents' Mr. andMrs I. 'I'ho game/ cndiil. In It look I n lot of delliniy" on my will lot >'ou' In on your good' / Htl'f"'l.II'S.. II. A. Newell Gary' teacher
-
r f Dr. Shaw who will be accompanied driving a car ami. that thl-j penalty P. II. Hunt, have returned to u HCOIO of time ti> three In favor pint but I dually led Owen to 4011 looks If this. doHsn t work 'burrow "

their homo In Spurr. of HIP Iliudfonl team The\ Junior tin- di .slin which two lilts frail Ibo obi, man I
1 by John II Perry the publisher would have the effect of prevent fir sorrel! has nl- iiKhtli: (iiiula Milton Iliowu-
Ja'ksonvllle.i Karl \an Allstiiie, of Cocoa Is team Is rout posed of boys from t the. (lain bidden In his heart I II" -- -
will arrive at ing a repetition of the offense ways Eighth; diluteillliinallr; rioblilu I lee, Henry Kllcox. Novella King,
Feb. 20. and will visit Robins College u business visitor hero this week lower grndeH: of high HI bool and would l like In bo Inlw/ movloM< Oneclay I xI| week John Mil. Marjorlo :" Newell Annli Mae

Tallahassee, as the guest of Rev W n. Hicks of \\'nillo.111 are doing HO mo very good, I pin)'Ingnndir I Ho uallv I billeviH lie iiinlil, take .
i Gainesville\ More than fifty 'ION \VII.I.I\\1 the coii'incror'I Ponno, 11111'1",1 HI..uxTllrlt.1. 811-
fill his regular appointment at tlio direction of tho captuin. !tho Into Rudolph V'all nlino'a
Martin and 1 Pensacola pint!
Governor (:
fertilizer schools have been held in KICHAItll I Ihn lion lioaitod" cox. Delia Willlituulton.hfrsi I. llyu -
the First rtiurch of Hampton Vincent Alvaiez The regular loviV
Ituptlst" as the H..r..n's gioatoNt hn-
fourteen counties of western Florida (ii.onci: : mho tiiini., Ai.ixAMirittho ; : u in Pi'I'kins, Ii in'her" .
next Sunday morning and evening high si'hoi)1 learn wax iinsuclUHHfnl bo knows 'II about,
IIIUHO Ho Him
Daytona Bench---The special wa- wood, '
during the past few weeks according grant row \VII.SOM. .1. I II I. Kelly 1'1'11"11",1.

terways committee of the ,\Rsnclu.IOn. the extension In scheduling a gums last I Iho--nh fair sex! ----- -.-- n ___ _
of Chamber of Commerce o. to agricultural :Miss Dora Johnson Mrs L dlv'I the East Coast, at n conference been held under the direction of Johns and, Mrt J. II. Prevail were Friday 1"'(>11. 11.Hoy" about hlH lost liwly. love I gave' !

here, tentatively drafted bill for business visitors to Lake Duller up tho interview us a failure
the county agents and 1 specllallsts ) Mev
the state legislature proposing the last Saturday. (ileelh II l i. AV y. +M

of the agricultural extension division v
creation of waterway district of I -f Hov'! lirntbiT nlio BH-! .----- -
a have taken part In many of of ( ( --- I.H': .
SlInforlHevel'al\ streets city
that section of the East; Coast traversed them. More than 1.JOO farmers to bn paved and Improved. I ler! This HI. IMIIH to he a i'iistoniiiryKiittlliK Another good motto for n sling-

( by the East Coast canal were In attendance Farmers. attending : out help nt school no wo Kllng paper would, bo Published

from Jacksonville to Miami and the schools learned some- 1.(1. to annex It. "
l
Utakly
the Fort Pierre Jail today They
empowering the district to Issua
thing of the kind of fertilizer to

bonds for the canals purchi\ buy for different crops and soils were hurried, southward toward an \"'.< don't know whether, norno- AJftIIBuick J
unannounced destination The sixmen Adordlng to a recent writer an
how and when to apply fertilizers\ one him beau rubbing an lilt gallery -
,
optimist and u posHlmlst/ lire
held In connocton with h"lhI
Post Plprco-The Fort Pierce were but lut..lyI\ seems usHiotiKh I
for best results and other things or not mural
fools but an optimist. Is the
the death of Pearl S. Thomas 't.PIN'CO .
Realty board( has passed( a resolution about fertilizers and their use I pktuioH bays been HprltiKIIIK dlU..rflll of the two.Ve ogre"with owners enjoy

endorsing and praising the trailing man. who'IS from nowhere Ill t the senior
him although Hinno possl
city administration for the excellent shot to death last night us he room a poitrult of \\'", ...II'"w11-
Gainesville--Pecan Insect Investigations mists si em to t thoroughly njoy
drove his the Dixie
automobile
work being done in mosquito on sun hunls on the wall to lend, a the of- t
have been inauguratedat highway about twelve miles south I their mental Htate" savings
eradication City forces are nearly spark of Inspiration to Ihclr dying -
Kx-; I
Monticello by the Florida
oltli
of hero Tho Immigration ers.
through with the first experi- splrltx In tin Rut room those
Station In co-operation Several day wo saw this
perlment It declared, Mr Sumner ago
mental plans for warring on the was by nondesi, ,'rtpt Ignoramuses have I the J
with the growers of Jeffereson head line in a big daily, "Hardship
had orders to watch for smuggled
mosquitoes, having done much wutililni the likeness' of
county Fred W "-a!' er has been aliens and stationed themselves. on honor of In Studying the Hun, Hdentlst's" leadership
good! work. The most importantpart ; \VunhlnKton-
George
appointed assistant entomologIstIn Wife With Him nt African Obmrvatory -
the highway Thomas according[
of the project will start In We, expert lo BOB u tintype of "
charge of the work. The growers to the state's attorney's version Why dldn the fool
March and "Spark Plug *
Onugie'
'
.. of the county put up money to was the first man to come along. Harnuy leave her at home In the first
tho [Hat
walls of
Tallahassee-Casualties to work- be used on expense of equipment They ordered him to stop Fear- Awing next from or the a crayon portrait of plate? In purchase price and daily use, Buick own
loom _
ers of the state comptroller's office and :Mr. Walker has been given an line the officers were highwaymen Gloria Swanson In the Senior ers profit by the savings of leadership.The I

from automobile accidents, oHloe with the chamber of commerce :Mr Sumner's version. of the raKe No you aren't the must unlucky

which have mounted to a high Mr. Walker Is a former runs continued on and the party room. person In the world; Jnxt think of price of a Buick is moderate, but it "

student of the college of agrIcul- fire. all\ the rolling plus old Holornon)

mark within the last six months ture of the university. His work opened Hut pardon our Ipvlty-lheno had to dodge when he came III buys a car built to the very finest quality
increased by two early today souls!
men's
that
were are the times try
concerned chiefly with tho lute from the club,
will be
when J. C Lay and Harmon Stro- shuck Tallahassee-Florida Is baldy In The Anuriiun history daSH humus ideals one that would cost you coq-
and worm
cigar casebearer need of Boll for a protection -
In a survey
of Tallahassee were Injured 1-:111'h:
man tho life history and had Its doom pronountPil A flat\ was hoard to) remark recently -
a crossing' mishap. Lay suffered, working In and assurance to strangers nile must write a five thousand siderably more, if it were not for Buick
these Insects that about the objii-
of only
fracture of the skull control measures from other states who often buy of lire
a probable S S word essay on the "CanspB lion ho had to thin radio was that volume. (
and Stroman a broken arm and sight unseen, without having mhosligheet SecondVar for indepenrtt. ..."
Fort Pierce.Openly expressed : he didn own one !
of the
minor Injuries' when their automo- violence lead State's At- personal knowledge In ias you don't know thut Is For the savings provided by
bile collided with a freight train fears of { soils they are buying, Nathan thy between the states, commonly years, great
war
torney Sumner to order six men (iMayo! commissioner of ngrlculUure According to a recent lecturer i volume have been
demolishing the car tailed the civil warV e devoted to the enrichment g
United States Immigration II. H. A"rn.lllllnIlI'oln\ had
four: of them I declares In nit editorial of the ut It ,
omcers, removed from see right now that Home of theeninrs plenty tit room for ImprovementVlth I of Buick value.
Tallahassee-One of the fea- I immigra-tion.I ? are going to have to burn


II I, and cultivated, one has no way I .u the? ;mldnlKht,a. ollnc': oil Hut nnd VM quit do limn think mical\: /\ CUUI'IIO the addition to our of an(' a8tl'0I10-1 And for years, Duic'!c: owners have had amore i

of knowing except by guesswork. I that Is a pretty long essay mind tho Mentors will have oilier dependable motor car-one in which
what It Is, and what It will\
pro If It !Is not written they will flunk! unities of studying the .
duce the commissioner. IIlld.Ve IItlPor-1 high quality lessens upkeep
for PilesAsk the of .stars other than that expense. ;
A Remedy cannot even correctly Judge The Seniors are going to take tbe local motion picture theater

type quality or agricultural valueof their trigonometry exam on VV'Md-. by Buy a Buick t It i is an investment in economy -

an iim.I>*areii tract of comparing

It with a cutlvuteil field lying beside and satisfaction. *
Druggist (whom you know) what Dural High has abolished having '
your
l II(;, he added "Strange! though
For SO Years bas not been banned :
,It yet
about PAZO OINTMENT as a It may sound to some It Is never
he knows theless trim that many different WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUCE at H. II. B. but has not boon prac THE GREATEST BUICK EVER. BUILT

Blind Bleeding or Pro- tised for several as there
Remedy for Itching Roll types each varying from the' Hat Never Failed yearn

TK.irr.r.m.drfor expelling worma. are usually HO many more Freshmen I
GOc.e others In fertility and hence 10''
Piles. REGISTER MOTOR COSTARKE I
truding It.--the child to _Ich. than upper clasHinen that ,
value be often found within
may
the bounds of a single section f Price 3Sa per "0'''*. Sold by there Is great danger: of the wrong I

even In a quarter section." to rpeniog' Drug Store parties getting hazed. FLORIDA


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FRIDAY. FKBRrARY 11. 1O3T

HKAT>PORn COUNTY TKIEGR.PII. STAHKR. FLORIDA --- .. -- --. -- -
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1'J. FOUR .
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1 'lIJt.NOON: ISKlUCiE CLUB I!I 1"nIae and :Marion Grey.
J.aJ. K.NTFRTAIMI: : > A color scheme of yellow and
.
while wax used most effectively In

Red J.tpunlcuH< were used for I Ir'prorallon. the decorations of the home. And

WQt r red hearts. for tallies I throughout the afternoon, the I l
t tad rod tandlns were Nerved onIhe 'young: folks enjoyed many outdoor |
tables when MISH Mtthe-l Welleiiiterluliied games Including a peanut hunt A |

..w the Afetrnoon IrldK( \ nlory' book was prcnentod to Lilllun 1 i
Moseley who found the largest 1
\
Itlu..w 29i (I'lub.''
hD'N..1., L. Peck held high all,1: number of !peiinutH' und the
I IIllnliop. I
wan prpsi-litPd with u hand enrlinilderod booby prlzu was awarded Harriot

i .pIllIIH. lor tile .llllllllll Olivenlloil' ill i bridge s -t. Mrs. J. .
'I'lIOSLIS
I I K\Iill'I: I Palm IIl'udl In \1",1| l will In-, pifeeti'd. '. Mitchell name second, and ',' M.\\ In the center of the dining/ \.-
II I dock.MIHM the birthday cake
Mrs Alii. rl It( 'I'hutnitxaumntn' 1..1 it whist tile was placed
the inurriiiKi of her daughter: ..,,- 'I hone priHi-nt winMIM. \\11-1 : Weller served her guest: on whlih stood five small. yellow
ry Elizabeth. in Mr. llnlllH Vllullhll bur l.n'alter" Gainesville, .. with a fruit mi lad course with h hobocolatii i'n udlos. (
Knight Friday, .lnuiiiir.v) liH 11127.: dent, MI'H. Albert Freeman and whipped cream. Delirious I refreshments of angel!
Starke Florida. vim president, Mrs. (O.! C 1'111- .---- food rake and .Ice erenm werenerved
The bride/ 'IH I Iho nttrnctl mini GalnoHvlllii. corriiHponill ( ("I.IllIt.\'I'I': : : (;.OLDItlhD.:: : by Mrs ))uwlllll{. assisted I
daughter of Mrs.' Allen H. Then secretary; Mrs.I M.. M. lUinmiiKuBl.lH m. III\f.: .\IIS: I litSVV: by Mesdames'V: K Middletiin. sad
'and the Into Charles Thomas' ofWllmlllltun. .."crolal'ylrcIIKllrer11'; ; -. '' I., A. Johns of Waldo Dalntv'
Delaware. She f.l'rnll- ,Copcland 1 iliistlH: nod, Mm." Ham Col. and Mrs.;:; : (\1 L. Peek held I yellow baskets Oiled with randy

I aided lust !May\ from tile Phlhtdphla Dell, Gainesville. i ipcn-hnuso at their spacious\ rcsllince were used an favors. DurliiK tlie
I Academy. of Music and IH a At nun o'doik. MrH. FreomNerved '' on lCeet Cull street Mouda afternoon pbotoKi'upliK of the merry Reduction
talented member of the you up.. u delirious luncheon! A I .iftcrnoon IIIU i u"CUItIOIlIng tluirilelh group/; were, taken by HooverHi
bowl .if. HWvi-lpnaH coiiteriMl. thl.1 unnlversury of their mar I Out tiers.
ant.Sir. IH tin of Hellnlor dining tahlu und. vases and buKki '
KnlRht son ,'la no. The little lionoreuH were the re-
and Mm., II. H.. Knlftht: of HIIrke. of wild plum and ycllnw ]a mlbloHHoms The rooms of tbo lower flnoiwere L'lplents of many glftx.
received his education, at I'm-; worn placed Ilirouglio
lie and wertaHlefully
j unite
upeaed en this affair were
| Those enjoying
and the Universe the rooms.-.OcQla KvcnhiK 1:
University with baakt-t
cry decorated Hare-
SIIII"1 Frances Len Peek, Juanlt.i!
of Florida where In- was a mom-, Fch. 1, 1!t27. of beautiful/ yellow Alvarez
.. ind voices foot( Gloria Joh II"11'1(111111
ben of Delta Tau] Delta fruternli :: t --: I vises and carnations which were ( Vera Claire Itobinson Margaret
Mr. Knight IH now a promlne til'ItlY1'T-Fit! i :IMN: relative and, friends. .
lifts from" Anne MalpUH, Dorothy) I'lillllpH.lorrnlne
young: attorney of Starke.AV. Hocelvlng at the door w..roIrH.! .,. Sapp. Katie C'o'lley.( Hettrlce -
.- -'-'-' The very inlet and simple bbeautiful I J.;2. K. ferryman und Mrs. C'orntmjong. Lllllnn MoNeley. Marjo-
:M. l'. IC1'l.lt'I.IhltA :: : ; 1\Iuud and
wedding, of MHS) ''
I the rereivng
:. Thomi forming -lo and Lillian Stump Lllllnn
enjoyable! event., of thlK Bprott of Manning: and Mr. 1; Ilwln Una wcru Col. and !\I I'll. t'. l-i. Stl'rnhel'g.1111'1111' Hemmlngway;
I very Wills Kriiemun of. Supulpa, Okli. Mrs J. S. Peel,. SALE
JI' week was the Missionary luuchei eek.. Mr. and Dorothy White. Harriet Itlshop,
", given by !Mrs\ J. M. Krownlee allli which wan HOloinnlzed: at the Mr.h01ll1 111111 11I1'''. (V F. Suylcs, Miss ,.Tn11l1Iae I : Uurjorlo Johns Clurley HodgesKllu ; ,
y, Mrs. W. L, Wall, at I the h"uIIUflllooulliry uf: the brlde'fl parentH t P'I'k. and Mrs. II. F. Philips. Mrs. Mae, Thelma ami Vern Man-: I
by her l"IKlor.Iho i iI
O. It. Sprott
'i home of Mrs. llrownleo oil Mrs. at 'cek was lovely In white n.lnntoy ling and Geraldine Johnx.MKTHOIUsTI'liriK'll.
I Hev. Mr. II. fl. Murphy with georguttv lull I
Ihe trimmed
of '
members
Tuesday to the ( repo 4-- -- -
tf Junuury
5:30: Thursday evening, 'I II
Frank Fowler Circle of the lIup- ,,1'1 luce.As : :
of InteruHt to III1lIlY
'Cy 27, will lie ,
tint W. M. U. the guests" punned' from treecelvlng
Trlcnda. ( Enoch Marvin Rooks, Pastor)
After sewing for a limo/ the 1'0- drawing room was tact I, line Into the adjoining, I
suits of which. were donated to tha fully Tho decorated to carry out the om they were. asked by Mrs. S. I Your presence at our services

d'' I society, a three course lun'hennwall "olor schema of green.; and whit L. Peek to write their names In ant Sunday Is grcMitly: appreciated.
served at one o'clock follo\ with an improvlHed altar of fern, the guest/; book. Mrn. J. H Rltu'i b y im. Our study hours next Sun-
lug which. was held the ,devotion lid. Mrs. J. L. Peek then IlIvlte.dIhell 10
imllux and while tapers. lay are for Iliblo Study. n.m. |i
and buslnefm meeting.A Just at Iii0:: MIsH Carolyn Hiivtnd \ Into the dlnltifc room \\lnieIrs. md for :Mission Study 4 p.m. Our Beginning
I social hour was then eujoyi !\, II. C. Hlchard" and :M re. L.
> Miss Complin" Sprolt elll".dunll mars. for worship lire 11 a.m. and' |
all felt that the occasion hud D.ivltt In turn pivsldel I at the
and A.
after HghlliiK the many lapel'' 7:30: p.m. At the morning hour
tip, been both profitable and 1''IIHIUltaud '' ook tlit-lr placen near tho alit ,oleo urn placed on tin dining: 1'1\0' shall speak on "The Needs;. ofl'he'orld !,
It wax unanimously agreed IL I 10 ublo spread, with u handsome "
.lamon Davis ncconmuled I' and nt the eveningIme
I !lies| Fiiinilo
L, make this all day meeting an 1111- ,'loth and centered with u bowl oleantlful
; ) by MlHH Leila' Marian: (' ] "The Ox Driver 1 Shamgar
,,1 1'' 11 uul I event.TWKNTIKTII. .- "h l kHon., thru sling "At liuwnliiN:" ruses IIIrrh'llllld Mrs. L. Wyman 1 Kolmxtltch You III) doubt noticed how haply Saturday Feb. 12
Minx ''
Miss Dli-kHO) HHl.sled by looked, last SIII1hIY..11.,
: ': r'I.; Tlln'UUUIt" aUII "All for You. Clara Louis.'eek .' we ,
t ; t'M'll ;ave as u piano solo "Love IIn'lIm"hy ) I FItcuJunes served Ihnuesls. II was because HO many of you '
and Lois Lung .
> l.lnrt. vere looking: so happy yuurcelve's.Ciw
f Dr. and Mrs. H.: L. lllggs w..ro As the Btrnlns of the ""Ilildi g we'll bo Just as happy 1114''
., host and hostess to their brlds larch" from Lohnngrln sound, During the course of the a'ter- ..an be If you como that way
I club ThurHcluy evening Ihe brldo's, maids Miss Lily Kmniprott lIoon a most enoyable program was gain: next Sundny., And don't
The roomH of I the lower floor i and Miss Llda Sprott, 01'- pndered." Mrs. J. L. ItrlKKS and orgpt to Invite your friends to Ending
( were opened en Hiilte and four ylng( muffs to mutch their dresHeintered. Irs. \V. Laurie Edwards; of Jack- oino with )'011. I .
tttblen were arranged: for curd, ;; '. followt-d by the maid oChunor. :nvlllt. and Mrs. A. X. Adklnsnch Young People don't) forget.; the I II'
Hand-painted lulllen directed Ihe Miss Sue Sprott sister uf .. sang: u group of songs ac- Cpworth: League Devotional meet- ;
players to their places and houri' the bride, carrying butterfly road; (impunled by Mrs. DeWltt C. nK/; Sunday evening nt 0:45: 0'-1
i shaped in Ints were nerved dm fter whom came little Mr. Die ones 'lock. Some older. person was Feb. 26During
ing the games. prott rlngbearcr, and little Mir Many! telegrams letters and iear HlKh prizes\: won by !Mm. !'. Vlluddlnstou I A,tm Sprott (lower girl. Tho owt-rs were, received nil that day.' Those' meetings by the young peo- ,
;r and Joe Trilby were a ride dressed In the tra.lltlollalwhile : tillable to the Gulden Wedding 'ile] certainly are fine." Leaguers
hand embroidered buffet net II.lId with veil and Orange blot L'canlon IIIKKt'S111111 and Olive he there und be on time. Show
a deck of card*. The low prize) urns and, carrying a shower IMIII HIlY sent the following linos:: he folks what yon can do.O'I'U'I' .
f a tapestry renter, piece and, a hund qu..t of brldo-roHHS und 1111Iecolae low fair this day, life's early
made handkerchief went to I\llttli -valley entered with her lathe ,f hopes fulfilling .,\ : 0.' ILFXTIOrIHy :
Weller and Mr. Inmuii. al\ll wan met at the altar' by I terridegroom The myriad Joyous hopes of IItly I this two weeks sale our customers will be given the bene-
At the close of the games the with his best. nun years ago: the power vented In th...n thlloiirtl
hostess berved a fruit ealad, cours Mr. Klng wood Sprott, brother. ofthe A thousand tender memories I\re I'ounty.of 1'ublle"'Inrl Innl! hot chocolate and whlppe.crentn. bride. all our pulses thrilling, election lo I" held, at the ItoluiHiliiiol ) '
with
After the very Impressive rlllK And with surpassing happlnes : house iii trim in. Uuxler and nt Sp.'chil\\.,.....'II.vno..hn,1 TinScroiil Nothing held out-Hut every item to be sold at a GENUINE
were askei thankful hearts o'erflow \Vnod l' Np'leTux )
3remony the guests our ) .house In twn
AIKKTINUOMAVH; : : ('I.I'UII to register.; In the bride's book pre This Id Love's golden/; hour hlK March; Hi IS liniil, \ J 71.I l :( r C the. rui[.ui Tuosla i> >MO u)i I I.i. REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT from regular price, meaninga
( STAKKK; Rlded over by Miss Helen Plowdeind I lii-te. In' In log. whxt hour or not thiMlvn
crowning celebration, llilillK. -..t
and I lini-lct" shall roni""
Miss tima Coskrey wer ltti Ito' tremendous saving staple seasonable merchandise. Everyone
of Tho festal anniversary reserve I I0r *o trustees ant I'inili on ,
monthly meeting by Miss CilroIYII .
The regular .rued refreshments mil 111110; to he nHHeiiHeil.far
the Woman's Club of Harke. was Davis and Miss ".... of' hnlillnir ..I..c-|
afternoon Februar; Of life's. unnumbered blessings, I Ion In Kiixlfr. lKtrlcf, II K. If I; knows this store, and the reasonable prices on Nationally
held. Tuesday prott. the consummation, lltiK, J. .;. nosier' and JUH. Rooter an"
l 8. 3' o'clock at the club house Among the out-of-town "guest; this Is n pput i 'lnt 'The regular order of business win wl.'re Mrs. Freeman, of Ocala And blest are we and with privileged I In the Wnnriliiwn purpose.llotrlo.t.J of liitMlnir'M.cleclion !II..-
followed. Mrs. Leo Jofleph pre other of the groom und Mrs. who gather here you. slur, J. 1>1. Nurinit HIM! 'nrl HIHIiut

ident of the Florida ClmulnuIIII"Woman' YOleH. of Tallahassee sister of the Voices of little children, gall; I lire appolnteil I.. nitinairerH W. KIOKLtTKI. I
4 C'luf of Keystone Height) IrlOm. singing: I II. H. WtuniNtt, Chairman.yierrtniy. FLORSHEIM SHOES
a, was pretietit and gave a short hut After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. I Voices of prayer and, praise am 2-ll-6t-3-tl
etlmulailuK talk In which Hhe em- ,,'rue limn will be at home In Ha sweet content; I
phaslzed the fact that the FlorIda puipil. Oklu.lIallnlnTlmell./ Songs of endeavor' and success of: I SWEET SALLY LUNN SHOES
.ll Chautatia: was a national or .' 'b. 2, 1927.KSUAMKS. triumph bringing I

Kunlziitlon.Woman's club She of asked Starke that elect the :\ : : .N. I.), WAINXMtKill I Us all trophies blent. home. In Imrmonj'' FloridaChautauqua i IRON CLAD HOSE

a member for the board of ,\ SlV.. Ml. U'AIVWKKJIIT IIO.S.
directors and for the membership 'I.SS.ST. : ; ItKIIKiK And you with what strong hearts,

,? rommlttee of the Florida Chautau- courageous loving I EMERY AND PHILLIP JONES
t 1 qua. Mrs, N. I). Wainwright/; and One of the lovllest affairs of the Have borne life's various burdens I II
t i i Mrs. T. J. Alderman were elected BllI.HOn was an auction bridge party day by day I
1 Saturday afternoon by110I1'11. uiiselflsh service -
;S respectively. given With constant and SHIRTS
'The meeting wan then turned N. Walnwrlght and Mrs provingThe
oVer to Mrs. DoVVItt C. Jones, W. !M. Wainwright at the homo ofIhe power of Love to cheer and -- I
I.. chairman of the mimic latter on Temple avenue. bless alway. :
committee. Miss Marguerite Bhrlver I Sweet peas, Chinese sacred IIIs STETSON HATS
f44 and John Powell each Rung a and ferns were used In abun- IJoth Col. and Mrs. Peek were Keystone Heights, i
and the house a trueel1'.ct reared In Middle Georgia coming
dOIl'e gave:
of
pw group'At the dose lunge of the program the I of ttprlng. Seven tables 10 Florida' after marriage. They Fla. I STYLEPLUS BING AND
8 and months la Green Cove'
hostesses MeHdames J. L. Fruzoe. were arranged for bridge lived IIIx| I ,
I tallies marked the places Springs and the other forty-nine
W. P. Flncher. N. Stornberg U. P. dl11nly
Jourdaa H.: W H.tyos J, C. Hoover ranlIell were placed on each table nd one-half years have been spentn I .-_-T ._ __ BETTER BRAND SUITS
have sucessf
0. M. Inmnii and Miss Carrie Arter several progressions scores Starke where they
nerved sandwiches and tea were couated. Pink and yellowen : ully rl'll1'ellllarge family andre -
j those Uflow,present. hand-embroidered Hcnrfa the grandparents of a host ofof Feb. 6-March 27, I LION COLLARSm
1 t ----. went to Mrs. O. L. Haynes IIUlI1IrH. grandchildren. All the immedte -
t t t PHYHH'IAVH'IViS: :MlTttT: : L. Wyman respectively 111holtlllrR members of the family and the 1927 I

t, Sr AT oIUI'U\: I.\"S; KMJourney's ; ) of high and second. rundchlldren were present with
The hostesses served delicious he exception of Mr. Carlyle Peek HAYNES UNDERWEARBOYS'
1 End: country home of ehlrken salad course with .Iced tea. of Chicago, III., and Miss Marga- 3:00 P.M.Admission .
Dr. and Mrs. A. II. Freemuu, was TboHO enjoying this affair were el Long, of Stuart.
'y Ignally honored when on Monday 'Sdames' H. .... Demorest D. I. About two hundred friends, CLOTHING SHOES CAPS
+ it housed the Initial meeting of AmeH. Joe Hoover, J. M. Mitchell, I )song: und old. called to congratu- ,.. ... ,
d the officers of the ladles, auxiliary !!:. :\r. Johns O. L. llcanley, Vivian : ito Col. and :Mra. Peek upon their I I I
to the Florida'' State Medical Association. '. ulern J. L. Frazee. O. U. Haynes : nippy realization: of a half cen-
I.. Wyman, S. L. Peak H. C. Kltch ury of married life. It was aiplendid Free
This auxiliary was created at ":. I.. Hlggs J. U Peek 'T. J. .\1- I testimonial of' esteem I
the conclusion of the modlcal convention dl'rnu.lI. J. W. Andrews, Jr.. J. C. i inmlstakably manifesting a uul'ersul I II
I} ? Classes
;; In Ualnesvllle III..tIIIY: Hohln""n.V.. lIuIlIeHlon.V., I sentiment of sincere regardn Study I Remember the dates and come early

.4Z.: and the purpose\ of the meetliiKyesterday /: .;. 1).tvia, A.V.. Anderson, II. It. > the part of those participating
,1iI/1. ,w' win to ,discuss plans for 1"011111(. G. M. SUtrnnk, C. A. I III the very auspicious! celebration. I MorningsFull
104/,,; the organization of the Mate, various I.'utl'll. G. M. I n man. A. S. Crews.A. : : while selections are good--the stock
-a'f. angles of usefullncss and the ('. Knight und Miss Mabel IVelLuke IIIICTnu.t'lc'n Program Free

f naming. of a committee on by- ll'r.II ---- [ Mr. and Mrs K:. J. Dowllng do- I will not stay on hand many days at this
their on request
:; laws.A second executive meeting will II 'orlhlhllldll1g permits IghtfuIIy: entertained at i I Ij .
be held In Hustle; on February IS, IKIIUl'tI here during 1026:: rcpreseut- lome Tuesday afternoon from j I II
I:j; with Mrs M. M. Ha in mil in .when e.1 $1.931,930.( I 3 I 131) to 5:30: ( In honor of the fifth reduction in price.

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CO-OPERATION IS THE PATHJTO) Say it with Flowers I, TUHES, ENTERTAINMENTS -


SUCCESS Flowers For All : II I I I II II II J. Alvarez

I Spend your money with home concerns. Money! spent wit* Occasions I

foreign corporation never returns. Rid the G Ine Till. I-s -- '_s

4 i Bus-lIe service U the equal to any competitor end a Gertrude GodbeyAnderson I Starke, Fla.

home concern. Daily 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Season Tickets $5.00

GAINESVILLE BUS CO. Phone 39 Waldo Fla.

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_p' n .\DFO D COUNTY T'I.E CHurn. RT.\ KI1:, FLORIDA I'.\f0l-:! riVH

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----- -- ----r ces by her knowledge of first aid I helpful sermon at the Presbyterian present and meet at tho appointed Hudson.-\Sork under way rcmodellnR bond !0- )

In the use of vinegar. church last Sunday night/ Ho la tima.IloHteHMcs. \
Hudxon. Motel. HUB approved l for repaying of townValentine's 'II1I0IlHllltl'ud.S5.000
I a young inlulxter. In the fruited for tho afternoon:

Bits1 Brethren "church which Is. 11 strung" :Mrs. Llzzlu Joliiin, Mrs. Lucy Powell ----
Mrs. Fred B. Noble of Jackson-I o____._____.___-_..__._-_._--_.._
In the Middle: MrH. I la Jolimt.i
I ville speaker at the Florida Cliuutnuciua organization and r mi in
on Monday at Keystone KiiDtern atntes. They have a tineroIU'Ko _.._--.-- TI
WtfHternvllle.. ... 1'11ltl'1'1. i \\ "- 'itciiDr. \ I
Heights, Htoppt-d; In Starke while ), Ohio called -
l cal I Aulterhlnu ('Olll' l'". :Mr. Sanies
Nev I'll route and was accompanied to (AZf4 -
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Iliitier will till lute "regular
I Keystone Heights/ by :Mrs' H. M.I hopes to graduate; (1'1'11t\ this college l-05
appointment' next Sundiiy. Subject : -
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a I Snyder. Mrs Snyder spent the and when he does the WilY
\ 11 H.III.. "Tho ireut Apimlimyof '
day with Mrs !Noble at KeystoneInn : will be open for him\ to gain /lrl'lItIIIII'Cl.'lIa
Concerning Our the Lust DII>''H." 111 II t. 25 : 113.:
People Business and I and attended the Chautnmiua! and to do much good usu
1 Tim. 4 : 1-8 2 Tim. 3 : 17.
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Progress of the In the afternoon. intnlxtpr.On t
County and Town.
t Them are tho signs i>f the last
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'I ------- days or lh<> end of the uoilil., All
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l' Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Torrey, of I Monday morning Or. Tuckereft lovers ot tho Inilli sro armed to

--.---.-------"---.-.------. -- -- I Fenton, Mich., have been guestsof for Tuba to remain sovoralweeks. bo pruxent. Ci>mu with span, hon-

WKITIIKH mccoim: roil 11111VICKK ::: Mr: ;:: and: MI-H.; J. F. Colley. Slit I Mr. and 1\11'11. J. II. Lord aftera ,' For three or four month>' oct IiourlH.. desiring to know the I
ho has been In falling health. For
the southern truth
weeks III
Iwo trip
ICMHVO: : / \\ 1:11XI'SII.U" : I
was accompanied' homo Sunday by of the from here a few wl'l'k.Ie. / has scarcely 'been |lr) .1. P Inner 1
; FIn: i n>, 1 part st.ito going I' 1 1- :. .
111::7 :Mr. and :Mrs. I'ollny, who the __ _...... .
spent 1 I down the west coast as. far us Ft.Myers able I to speak loud enough to lie t
day In Jacksonville.Mrs. then to Mtiimt 1 and back up heard Ills people' thought he hud : LOST I 110\ uriiv( fell. ll.lt. 11\ 7-S 73
Temporal ii r<> ----. ,' : site. III( reception, given at home J *
the past coast to Stnrke.: They are hitter inks a rent. Ile| con I hided Jt ;
Feb, High Low Preclr. \ J. L. nrlKK and Mrs. "'. 'much pleased with Starka and the I to10 to t'llbu to sorer thi 'aid !I of I' I. IVi-k, Monday, llaxrh w

4it:! 82 C5:; ..OUS.I Lnurlti KdwnriK of Jacksonville surrounding country, liking It better of Ida daughter\ ho la u llnely I .n loft, bv nilKlaki- for mlcli' I.I I.t I. t I K,I

:I : 55 .00) were guests ut the Golden Wedding farther south. udturn ted doctor" She graduated; I \ Klikllti>r. Slnrki- II t

4 81 53 .00 Anniversary of Cot. and :Mrs. than at the t'lilvomlty in liidliiii.i' and I .

5 83 53 .OP C. /L. Peek. then graduated at tho Rimli :Modlcnl ,I
6 83 53 .00 Mrs. Toncn Handolph Leigh I : II I
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Cu II"1\'' Chicago: one among/ i, --- I
7 81 56 .00 :Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs.! S. T. of Gainesville, ntnto chairman for the heat medical mhiiulH In the Day--

8 82 59 .00 Dell I and Mrs. J. C. Adklnx were Founders' Ito II. Stone MountainConfederate : I lountry.: She was. In the arm during -

9 __ 63 .01 among/ those motoring from Memorial I arrived the world war In charge/ of a rsion! : CABS
Gainesville. to attend the Goldon Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs..L .
1C0Vl'I'lIm..llttn.11t1/ for women In ,
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Total for week .01 WecldinK Anniversary of Col. and M. Alvurex during oho time of :New Jet'.l'r'hell. the war cloned. Look" These. Over I Brings More Dreams '
their cooperative work In Bradford I
--- Mrs. C. L. 1'eek. she took charge of Fort Sands.

Mrs. Hen Krye. of Waldo wax. /I --- I county. lluspltal' at Knoxvllle. Tenn for l)2.! :; lioilco Special' Touring.
.. : To droum is universal but to make them
---- -- ---- --- I I come
visitor to Starke WeilnoHday. Mrs. II. F. Philips I 1 1. of Avon a couple) of yearn, ; then for Iwo or
',:. Turk Is the house !guest of Col. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.. R. O. three yoursIIM" iiHmiclutedlth ahospital 1021! I Doilgo Special TourliiK.III2 / true is exceptional.

Freeman IteKlxter watt a bual and Mrs. C. L. Peek having' / cometo nufonl of Jacksonville, will 1 bo I hi Chattanooga, Tenn. In I I I Ford Coupi' Whether sweetheart dreams or (dreams of the
ness visitor to Luke City TuexdiiyOr. attend the Golden Wedding Anniversary glad to know that their little I I hilt work her health broke and '
of that couple.Mr. daughter. (Gloria who has. been "htW'lIt to Cuba. II... Tucker 'I 1)25! : (lump rourlng. more practical problems of life there must be

k J. J. fallen pent the week- seriously 111 with pneumonia Is out feels that she Is competent' from Two 3-1 Ton Panel Inliverytrucks. specific planning of work and working of '

end In Slurko with bill family. and Mrs. H. C. HiI'hnrtll1nd of danger and recovering rapidly. both the standpoint of education plans.
Mrs. Emma: Hit hard, of Palutka Mrs. lluford and daughter have and'experience to render him anyUHHiHtanco
been staying In Starke\ Ith :Mrs. Our bank be used, to good advantage by
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er Ml..s Hos.i Levlton returned Sunday were among the out of town guests; that could 1 bit given. See us for dependable, used cars can
from two weeks spent In At- attending the Golden Wedding Anniversary Stilly the former's mother duiiiiK/ Then aha IH his daughter and that //OH whatever your
lanta with relatives and friends of Col. and Mrs.' C. L. tho illness of the baby. means more than much to any parent III'0okill"-Turnlll"I'11 I Company' ,

Peek.II. .
During remodeling of store
Alec Cohen of Tnrrjtown, N. Y,, building customers will find me lodge/ Brollii'rs Sales tool Servlio" BANK OF STARKE"There
my
V. 1 Knight motored to Jack
visited his uncle M. Levlton. thin Dora Klckllter Circle of tho i
sonville Saturday and was accompanied in the old City Barber Shop
week. 1 by Urvllle J. o irilllx, who 'building. ( next to Orange & Black Baptist' MiHHlonary Soclty will 211: H:. Unlvei-Hlty, Ave. Phono 1421 I is; no Substitute for Safety"

Mr*. L Morgan ami children of had spent several days here.Miss Tea room----Klckllter.--- meet Mond.iy afternoon at 2: 30o..I..c. Calnoxrllli'; Fla. ''. ._.__._._.__._-_._"-_._---._,,_flae)
Waldo were In town Tuesday af ------- --- February 14, at tho homo\ I i' .. -
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ternoon. Sarah Ma I part delightfully; Trash cans are being placed on of Mm.' Llzzlti Johns. All moor ...--..-- .-..-..-,-,-.-.-..-..-..-.,--.-..-.--,--.-..--.. &
entertained the members\ of the II. tho principal' street corners of tho
"'n\\'n and citizens are asked, to help hers of thin circle art urged to bo ,
U(. D. dub Monday evening ut
P. Barefoot and family of Sanderson on maintain the cleanliness of thestreets Gifts to Our Customers
spent Sunday In Sturko her home on Eighth/ street. I
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by dropping paler and rubbish -
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with relatives. Mr. and :Mrs.' I II. I D. Colley and in the container.' These can Get Your j
-- Money
aro" waterproof and are provided Promptly
Mr Chesley FOKK of Graham two children of Winter Haven I.
was transacting business In Starke spent the week-end with Mr. with shutters to keep out Insectsby HAROLD. C. WALLINSURANCE l'ir Suiiiiiliit, IVI". Inch' we him iiiTiuiKril/ (o ulv" i'rryciiHlnniir
Mr and Mrs. W. darkening tin Interior. hunt while U' him
q Monday !ley's parents cO-I _. buy lug/; til our More u /gill <

alp -- Colley Mc.tn..II I 1 IM'NI.* gill" two u 1I1'UI\I..IIt.I I ,,, display| In our Imlmv
!Mr. and Mrs J. S. Peek of
Mr. and Mrs. L. "'. Thomas. of I nil next ".....k-tin rlli4ulnilciu full. ....11.1 full Ui Nlopanil"

Clay county were business. visitors Dr. II. A. Tucker left for Cuba Newellton J. L. Kennedy, La, ,and of Dr.Lake and' 1\Irs.1) Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies look. nl our wlmlow.i> mi icltlnu; nuiiy lids Iliii' l I.> !let( <'ll''- .
where he will make hisdaught'r -
In Starke Thursday.We Tuesday a visit. dence La., are the houxo guests FIRE. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE. BOND, LIABILITY I lomi'i'M-olil nml n '"-/Ki't n'cl..nl".1| l tvllli (In* nrw nuiiiiiwrof / rlf. r \

of Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek and ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY the slum, :Sirs. Ituiililix.It, \\.> assure nil Unit the nrw iniiii-

can save you money and Hollls V. Kulght entered the Mr. and Mrs.! J. II. Hitch nwpnc- tiger Hill rciiiliT l-llli drill nml (..>iirl. .<'..iii HITlien lit the (nilillc...
demand for fresh seed
supply your --- ---
tlvely. Mr. and. Mrs. Peek and --- ----
of all kinds. J. F. Klckllter. Senior law class. of the Universityof = :... --I d
Florida on February 1st. Mr Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy came to attend -
Kulght returns home each noon Col. und :Mrs. Peek's Golden I
Colo planters and fertilizer dis
New and field whero he is. engaged in the practice I Wedding Anniversary. SATURDAY SPECIALSJust
tributors. garden M
seed White's.. 2-4-2t of law being a member of the I: GRAND OPERA I II
law firm of Knight and Knight. Rev Mr. Sanies, delivered a veryPJA..WD a few Specials forSaturdayFeb.12th

The Ford Garage building ban.
treated to coat Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lord with :
had Its interior a I University AuditoriumGainesville1
of green paint. their guests Mr. audI! 1'.. Wm u
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Torrey from Michigan spent Friday ,

Mrs C. F. SayleM, of Miami, 1 IB In Jacksonville and St. Augustine Florida I I -- .------.- ---
.. '. visiting at the home of her pa- returning by way of Palatka COLUMNFOR I

rents, Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. : Bananas Ib. 6c
r Mrs. William G. Strath Jr.. and ,

i children, Shirley and William.. Jr., FOR Mr. C. S. Brooking, of Gainesville -- ----- ---

Monday., wan a visitor to Starke on of Sunday Jacksonville after several returned weeks home spent both Ford one used ton short truck time., steel body Have, 3 Nights, March 7-8-9 Cal. Lettuce head 10 & 15c

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. quit farming and, machines must II ,
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W. II. Struth, be sold. D. I. Ames, owner, --- -- ------ -
Allan Canova of Tampa spent Starke Fla. 11-6-tf. Series Tickets for Three Performances
the week-end with his parents Fresh Tomatoes 20c
Mrs. L. M. DeSha, of Miami, was
Mr. and Mrs. K.: )0;. Canova. I
the guest of her parents, Mr. and EGO CASKS-Complete 35c. Once --. .- -. --- -

'. Mrs. W. 1'. Randall of Jacksonville Mrs. W. II. Struth, this week Mrs. used. Order by freight. Mlzell $10.00 $7.50 $5.00Tickets Irish Potatoes Ib- 41-2c
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Is visiting her parents. Struth will accompany her daughter Produce Co. Live Oak Kin.V1IKN ,

I Mr:; and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, this on her return. :!-4-H. I ....- .- _---...---

I' week. Miss Julia Mae Peek, Mr. C. L. \ : :. l.V-:. NKKU ot a carpenter for single performances $5.00, $3.50, $2.75 Grits,3Ibs. lOc

(Mt. and Mrs. C. D. Shank of Peek Bruuford and Mr.Tuesday J. S. Peek to visit.motored their for repairs or any kind of him lld- I Reservations made in order received __ _'.n___" ___. .
Jacksonville spent Sunday In to IIIK, write J. E. Wlmnerly, Mox
Starke with her mother Mrs. Lily oldest brother, Mr. B. A. Peek. 171, Lawtey Fla. 2-ll-4t I Apples 10 Ibs. 45c
Lewis. They returned Wednesday to Seats now on sale, made your reservations now, ud- ,
Starke. I'UBLIO TYPIST-IJrhiK your .
dress J. K. ---- -- --
work to me, Infliction Johnson

lima All beans varieties string of garden beans, sweet seed W. M. Whttten of Kalford wasa anteed; rates cheap. Singh Kuar-K. Celery bunch 10 and 15c

visitor to Starke Wednesday, Mr. Moore. 3-11-21! j ,
corn >peanuts.> Fresh stock Kick- home _ 'u
Ills
Whitten was on way
liter's. Foil KENT: -Furnished apart
from Tampa and stated! the roads j
ments; upper or lower floor; Onions lb. 5c
f Mae Peek of> Jacksonville for the entire distance were flue. '.
Julia
Miss price reasonable }< A. Scott. It I University of Florida ,
miles In fivehours.
' Is visiting at the home of lie covered the 180 -- -
her brother and Blster-ln-law, Col. WANTED-To trade mule and
and Mrs. C. L. Peek. wagon for good( second hand Meal 31bsT lOc
! C. S. Ucker of Savannah Ga., car. W. K. Taylor Box 873. Y. M. C. A. al ,

Messrs. E. L. Prescott and C. who Is head Industrial agent of Starke, Fla. 2-11-lt -- --

C. Smith, of Waldo were I business the Seaboard Airline railway was All Milk 2 for 23c
large
visitors to Starke Wednesday af In Starke Wednesday nttendng to FOR UJoNT-A nice furnished upstairs -, Gainesville Florida I ,
business affairs.. lie way! guest of room, with Eastern. exposure a .
ternoon.Mr. ---- -" -
G. M. Inman while here ; $3.SO per week.V.. B.DaiiKlierty. .

and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Ued- 1 Cherry St. It* Small 6 for 33c
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I Herbert cllsner. who has for ,
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dlck will FOR SALK-Polled Aberdeen : : '
of Mr. Hay's sisters, Mrs. J. W. Rome Starke time division been connected of the with United the i Black Angus bull. $65. Chute 1
White and IIlssemella and OlIve States Forestry bureau left Thurs' C Smith, Box 121 Waldo' Fla, l.'n-ry; loon III our MOMnl Mi..iir-Miivlntf prlccN.' (',,,,,,Itt"r

Itay. day for Chicago.!; 111., where he It.FOR. j: The Newest Bobs I I what yea vtoulil l,,> (paying fur fruits, ii-ici-tnlilr' iiinl gi.McrliMIf .

Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Mill of 1''wll remain for a week after whichof Plllnt..1 : I the. Ruu'I'un wennot In your ill 1)'u Iliank sun for pull l
SALE Strawberry
Lawtey, attended Col. and Mrs. C. Michigan to complete !bin coul'lle.I Tail r"IC",
Anniversary I will return to the University I Arkansas Missionaries, $2.50
L.'' Peek's Golden'elllIng per 1,000, plus charges. O. C. ,

I I S. C. Cnrnell, of Ormond mo- C'ttdy, Starke, 2-ll-2t ,

Mr. and tored to Starke Wednesday! and I Bon Ton Fruit and GroceryCo.
and
Mrs. It. A. Weeks of Rrooker, was accompanied by Mrs.[ Cornell FOR SALE-Twelve pigs, spotted The woman of discretion reali/es that to he Immaculately I
Mrs. a. S. Oowling.
James "Frederick Poland China crossed( with lied ,
were guests at the Golden Wedding and young son well-groomed her hair must always look its I
who have been visiting Mrs. Carnell's Puroc; Ancona biddies; Chevrolet .
and Mrs.C. .
of Col.

L.-Anniversary Peek. parents Mr. and Mrs. F. '2-4-2t coupe C. Letsch Starke. I best. That is: why the particular women of Starke come eI [ J I I .. .. ,
A. ,,('otto I", ---------___ ___.... --4 _._ .__.;.

Mrs. J. };. Futch of i NOTICK-The undersigned will < to our shop. If your hair is thin and lifeless: it cannot :'1.. ::- ---- -- --- --
Col. and HliUh of the State uapWWYnilbn, ;; ,iANm; ,,, ,, .. ,,,, ,, ,,. ,, .
.
Lakeland, who are visiting Mr. and Supt. J. S. I II make application for a pardon at x I i H h a a uwxW; iiiw TUii";;: W' !"iMiwuiuiiiuMiniwittm.iifli/ .mr Inuuutuuuuuuuw i : ,.1
.
visitor In Starke I IfKkHII., and should be attended to We i :,
Mrs. II. L. Ilrownlee. attended the Farm was a I tan next regular meeting of the { rt immediately. ; .!

anlnvertury reception given by I Monday. Mr. Blltch: hall entirely i irecovere,1 Hoard of Pardons, for the crime i\ in
:
from the wounds Inflicted speciali/e scalp treatment by the newest improvedj Four-In-One Shingles :
of Cattle for which I
Col.. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. I of Larceny I
on him by the escaped convict convicted at the Fall Term of .
received I was scientific methods.: Come In and let us advise you in
Mr. and Ilrs.V.. S. Yelvln :ton I AI House and he the Clrcut Court In and for Brad- '
$5.50'Per
and son, Billie G.; of Hastings, many warm greeting! from his (I ford County. Florida, 1926. Felix | regard to the treatment your hair should have. Square

spent the week-end with :Mrs. YelvlnlPi.ton'lI Starke friends."The ;I II Sapp. 2-4-2t I
'"H
I
and I ---
parents. .Judge Hero of Faith and Sacrl- I, STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR .'' Hair bobbing shampooing and curling at most reasonable Roll
Gardiner.Mr. Roofing
Mrs. Gef) A. .
lice" will be the subject of W. K. LE-Now ordering Missionary '
Daugherty's sermon Sunday at 11 (, strawberry plants from O. C. prices. Prompt and courteous service.
Z- J. Roberts and son Alton church. "The and Bros for I a
Waller runners
were visiting at a.m.. Presbyterian | $1.50 to $4.50
of Hastings Gardiner and Trial of Faith" will be the subject i from Judionla, Ark., been ,' sq.
the home of Judge Wed- 'of the sermon at night. All are I planting Waller plants for several 1,
Lawtey
Mr. J, E. Roberts, of Invited to attend yearn and have never found Now 1 is> the time to repair and to build i
nesday. I them mixed with other varieties. t
Terms: CASH i
BarberShop Evelyn Starling two-year-old''' There Is none better. Few days CITY BARBER SHOP'
old City
Moved to the Mrs. Ellis Starling I I topped some quarts with
buslneu. child of Mr. and ago
for -
building and ready Your needs of Graham had a severe burn nine berries. Price $%.50 per Quigley & DavisSTARKE
Come to see us. I
Kickliter.Hrs. several days ago when she swallowed thousand, f.o.b. Judsonla. Ark. I STARKE FLA. J I
can. be supplied. some lye. Mrs. Brown Cash with order. J, II. Moore, FLA. 1I'm.m..m.

C. ColleY, ot :Jackson- grandmother of the chlldetshrdl I Lawtey, Fla. J ...., J ,
C. last week of saved her from serious consequen- 1.21-U-3-11 _mnnlm"sm erT+nirimwuawrmhin wmimanmml ft iBuiiMiiiiimnniMH1* ," .__..._-"_._-------_._-"_ _- "amsmm"" """"" '--"
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I1RADFORD COUNTY TEI GItt\PJI. STARK, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY II, 1O27

1 1I PAGE SIX __ en --- ..-
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:MKAT: .'.'. :'\i"U RIX'II'KS; : cloves, and' nutmeg to taste Pack This Lady Is a'World Champion
Gu1' Ye Full Skim
the meat in can and cover with

/ the seasoned to which some
] soup
Farmers & Farming The following/ recipes' found In t
gelatine dissolved in cold water ,
Kiiltud States< Deparment of Agrl-/ has been added. Cap exhaust 5 While Ye ,
i inlture flull.tln.lol11e, / Cunning
minutes It cooled: tip, und process. -
"
IMIIor:, ) of Meats and Sea Foods, tin oilierA92 '
( llv \Krlcnllimil/ / .
: by Krniitz 1 P. Lund will be May
i No.: 2 cans 45 minutes at 250 ;q yytee
found very helpful w
degrees K. or 16 rounds of steam
!Uoast :.MiiilHelerl pressure, ? r r4' p )0 ar ,* 2t, ofr
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE .INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE '. I the. piece of meat wanted -
.I Wuy! also bo processed' for 1 3-4 f
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND for mast, trim and wipe with
at 2.'I5: degrees! / K. or 8 pounds, of hr ejdE
TO OUR COUNTRY 'Iotll.lonl ,
TO BE BEST SUITED a damp ( some grease steam pressure.

1 In n run'tinK: I IHIII, lint In taw meat 1 he recipe: for curing In taken
,- unit sear 'quickly turning, the meat I
from to'. H. 183: "Meat! on I the 4sp
f;.'111 II. \II IIII. 10 OI.M'fii: : M.KillltnltS: l II..UI'i : i: TOll HO nil\ Hldos nro scored (this prevents Farm; DutcherliiK./ Curing and '

111-' .\l.lllI'llITHI';: in:i.'I.:mi:I) ( lt 'II! IsM: UK.II; iltlllK: the 'loss of meat in tee during I Il'elllllby/ Andrew lions.

ri.nicmi 'Olt\ 1'1.111 novnalncsvllle. l'Eltll1.IZI.It"i: ( : t 'KHiinill.ltliy ; : : cookliiK. i An soon us well 4 I Il

seared. sptlnkln with milt and pepper o Frosted I
citrus. trees should be
Johnson to taste.' Turn the ment from
( Spuds )
:
'
; 111. A $ ibu! HI'hoiBrHlilp handled with care say the experts -
Agriculture went over to see SI Smith the time to limo and roast so It Is.
to the College of from the Florida Agrclulturo;
other day nnd naked him how ho nicely' browned Cook until meatIs
.
of l'lorld.ilinn
of I th.'lIh''rHlly\ l Experimental Station and If there Y// r'
wad pliinnliiK" to buy his fi'i-tlll/er. done ( It should not bo red In ,
held .offered to t Ilu> Ilnrldaboy
; are any hay bees that look like
,Found 1 out IIP wax going" ,down to the center' ) without cooking: It entirely -
'lob
\\lnnliiu In I the urn < content
i the recent cold! Injured them ji
tho local l merchant und buy some tender. "Slice" and pack In snap I 'y 'a.- ..
I according'' j'' II. \V. I lll.ickhx, stale -i-'l: : and, other' low Krade, I ferllllzer caiiH to within 1-2 Inch from top : J JI .
mot liy I with tho station o.nl1lnll out how
z on tlrno. of 1'1111.dd the gravy from the
boys' clubs IIKIMII" Tim scholarshipin to bring them out again without t
"SI" I Hiild "\\'t ilon'l' s roasting with( holllng water\ I
Chilean nitrate ay you Pan 1 y.
I. offered. by I In* sustaining permanent injury. But i pe ;
educational hllreuli.I io In with mo and Home of the added so It barely covers I the meat. ad
y fit Hodi' few trees In the state were Injured *
( :'' through .1. I"'. Il.izl-nlol'e, Htalo. agent I her. fcllovH around hero und let's I Leave nt least 1-1 Inch space between and those few are worth taking .
buy our ferllll/er In carlond |OHIn gravy and top of can.
: Ollninlci.
ill
; : care of and saving
i. Tin* iimtcHt IH open to nil rncinIIITM Hint WilY wo can got' It ('bra Per. I'oineil Beef,
Of courn we will liavn to rush 1-. ,
clubs, llllilcnlruntu pay Curing* "The
I of tI"I IIII.VH' com pieces commonly -
HOW DOCTORS! V'litii Cuir.vti ITccorla! Janet," world champion Jersey row.
t iniiHi plant ami cii'llvalo nit If yon haven't gal tho money used. for corning aro the plate TICKAT

C cine acre i or torn using fertilisersrecommended handy you can probably! borrow It rump croHH ribs, und brisket or COI.US AXI> TUB FLU rived ,11 Vuncci.ivcr. 13 C for an agricultural how, \\
citizen: tu? P at the !linnk when
explain to
I the agent you In other words. the
liy county cheaper cuts ofmeat. To break up a cold overnight or u-a-i+ limo i-roi'Mr'lur.' of 11.935 pounds of milk "

'f I" anti u side, dressing' .of nltrute ofRocln. the"\hanker' what, you *ant It for Tho pieces,' tor corning to cut short an attack of grippe, In,; U73 pounds rf br.t.or.:t In 305 days Mayor Louis D Taylor
: record null \ should also buy lilxli grade should ho cut Into
The yield iirollt convenient sized Influenza sore throat or tonsllltls Vancouver U shown with L'OSK
t xiiinlnatlon murk will lount In fertiliser and Have money on joints about 5 or II(I Inches s'liinre. physicians and druggists are now

determining' I lie winner. '1'" b1I' freight' Ilnll girl moments
for the -xiiinliintion, ltd l..ti:) : iioiindH of 13-1-1 to furnish all about the thickness fled voting
same and
eligible, BO refined calomel compound I
.. tin '"il.ir, period seems to suit
IIiiiH for Hit scholarship. u tinydiet the Hiiinn amount of )plant foodH that they will make an even )layer tauiei that gives you the effects gown

':I' /! litvel'rntul'd, at least 10 I and In tlio name proportion, nit 11 lu the barrel. of calomel and salts combined, bet IM" perfectly, but unfortunntely it Oklahoma Indians Visit

I, I, bushels of corn on Isis nn(>. ton of S-1-3.: Ily purcluiHliiK 12- "Meat from fut animals make without the unpleasant effects of doenot always seem to suit her xure.; Coolidge

,. The award will! liu held, for the 4- 1 to furnish. I the same amount of ibolcer corned beef than that from either. Tint runic situation Is successful net o.r"j

'. tiny until lie matriculates" In the plant foods and In the same proportion poor nnlmnls. When the meat Is One or two Cnlotaba at bed- by the pretty fnxk above, which uill, ho

College: of Agriculture./ as Ion of 833.: : lly purcluiHlnK thoroughly cooled It should )be tlmo with a swallow of waterthat's ,- becoming to almost' every young"mun, I J :)
12-1-1 I I wo nave niP-t llyd U-L
-- --- -- corned those who tar .ilainand I r
us soon n% ponlsble. as any all. No salts no nausea even to can not wear .
1..1.l'EIt1'II.I.f.I.:1t.. : : "s< 'HOOI.SH on the freight In addition 101 Kotllnu decay In the meat Is likely to our the sllghtost Interference with unbroken fitted bodice of tli'' i-uol
d ( ''101.u: \\ISTI.KN; : : ; ii.oitiox. u HllRlitly; I 'better ,price. In the 4eer
spoil orlne during/ the cornIng jour eating work or Dleaeure.Next robe tie ilylc. Here we see it in' 'ta:
other words" that! 1.:1:1:1:!: : pounds of
li ---
]process. Under no circumstances I morning your cold has vanished nilh the long tie-collar and, th leep
(JIIIIII' vllJl'. Kin Moro than COforllll.er 12-,1..1 I won't i-oHt tax (|iiltu as much
should tho moat be brined your system Is thoroughly
Kalluped 1 border made in different
.' flit a ton of 8-'l-3: : and. a
lioolH. liuve 'been held ink we Ret the while It IH frozen. Weigh out the purified and
you are feeling fine
shale than that of the frock. For this
'additional [ .
saving rl'Jht. The
on
of Iriurldttdnrtug \
wcHli-ru
14 mantles .
meat and allow 8 pounds of Halt to with a hearty appetite for break
/ / I ho past few weeks, acconllnt plant food ,IH thin HIIIIIO In ('u'h lot, each 100 pounds sprinkle a layerof fast. Eat what you please,-no new font fast effect are used cither two
and that hat what makes tones of one color such and wytFS
; to the Agricultural"' ICilen l fertilizer Halt ono-iiurter) of an Inch In danger as mauve
slum J DIvlKliin. Tlii'KO srhanls. liiive vial liuihio." orchid, or two distinct but harmonuing c
depth over the bottom of the barrel Get a family package, conaln-
been hold I under! the direct Ion of SI IhotiKlit I It over for a few mlnnteH. : pack In ai closely as possible lug full directions, only 35 cents. shades, flesh and pale blue (for instance 'iii .4! I

: Ihu aunty iiKcnN." and np.'clalmtof .< and, urIne HOIIIO further expl.tnalloiiA the cuts of meat making u layer 6 At any drug store. ad .-tf

tutu Agricultural l Kxtciihion; )IiI 1. from me he Dually decided or C Inches In thickness" ; then 1'1'' According to Polk county utatlstlcs .

I vlhlon lime IUI' ('11 mrt: In many of. Hint It. was best to buy the on u layer of stilt following that "' that wonderful county la above 'Sr

i tlioni. lore than 1.OO:!()() f.iriiutweio ,, hlKh grade fertilizers nnd nlxo to with another layer. of meat; repent The Bolero StaysIn the average of all counties In the .1'

In uUcnd'inco.Farmers : buy I them cooperatively. So we until the meat and salt have United States when It comes to farming : :

attending" tin wheels went over to wee I Kd,I \VllllamH. HIM nil been packed In the barrel euro and fruit growing. That Is ...
: learned HOIIII thing of flip Ii hid of llankliiH (ins! Weeks and Abe l.ar- being used to reserve salt enough': More Ways Polk county stood above tho average I

rliilxi-r to buy flrre..nt, \ kliiH, and and nut of 3,315 counties
.' crops HOOII had' enough ordersto for a good layer over the lop. After In
and lolls. || how nail \Vh..11 to apply I inako up a carload. 1 went the package has stood overnight l the United States, Polk stood 1- _

let tinkers for best rpHiillH, ands over to sec the county agent to add, for every 100 pounds : Than One 021 which means In statistical lore \

other thliiRs" u ho ul fortlllxei-H. nnd find out where wn could) buy I Ihtoferllilzer of, meat. 4! pounds of sugar 2 ounces -: .\ that Polk county Is "above the avl'I'III'O" '44Z'v ,hot i ts.its

(heir) use 'In carload )lots. nnd I of baking soda and 'i ounces J.kw. county und can so be named _

+ The counties, In \\hlih UUCPschools then Kent In the orler.t..r. all of ,of salt: peter dl.HHolved: In a gallonof klab'; ; .tQr und hereafter wear the championship

.. Iowa been h'hlul'o uibcity, ,us. tepid water Three gallons : belt, In that class. And 1

Tn)'lor. l Lafayette. Madison, Jeff- As I Inure( It, we Lave made u more of water should ho sumcir( 'alt all Florida will he proud nt her'

\' crKon. I lay., Jaikmm, Santa 'komi, I If nifty Having' on the lot too.NIV to cover this quantity. In case s'sra' 8 belt

Okaloosa u'mumi ('(.11111I11111. IInker. ,',h --.---- ;t \
more or less
than 100
pounds of ..
Union sad llradford.oiiK : : nri,,I.IITIV: ; "JoII.S:: meat H to bo corned make the )NI I'oupleM.-Senbollr,1: Air Line railroad .
f .
.----- or)! '1'0\1 \1'0 I HI IS.t.M I'\SI'S: : brine In extending lines Into this J 1b'Osage
I'I'C'\: ; \41e: v \\ ( I isHT.ICTII the proportion given.: A
TIICIK: 1'ONTIOLOainesvllle ; t place.
loose
,, :.> .\'.Moviiru.i.o: : ; board cover weighted down
1 Stuart.-Contract awarded for ludlons of Oklahoma culling ut the White House recently
with a heavy clone, or jrieco of
\V\I.KI.IC: ri.ii( : IN: en \IKIlulneHVllle. ; :
Fl.i.-Tomato growers Iron should be put' on the meat construction of waterfront bulk la( discuss tribal matters through their commissioner brought a

I of tho state' will bo Interested to keep\ all of it under the brine head feather for Mr Cool Id ce to nut In his cnnF9
( Kla ---\recall lancet
In u new Experiment:
i Station bulletin "It Is not necessary to boll the 9A. ,
Investigations have been III.IIIKII- "IilriruHpH of Tomntoes In brine except In warm weather. If I t
rat lud Mnii'hello! by lln Floridalixpei "'I"I'ld.'fhlH bulletin 14 j rl .
which"
IH the meat lias been corned during .Mf
) Imont Stall I I i 1:1.: lu. .-.inprrtitlou, I by (1. .... Weber, associate ,
the
I plant winter and must! be kept Into tt'fn' I,
with tho I growers of .leu'cTson .. ..
patholoKlst who
bus .
been
working I the summer season It would be 1 <" t."
eu'ndv' Pied \\Viiller ban beenppolnted W. I
on tomato diseases for
several well to watch the brine closely

c ;l assistant: cntoii'ollglst years, has Just come off of tin during the spring, as It Is more .1j t.-\, ,! ;: I
In I the "'ha age of wurli. .
? Prose .
I likely to spoil at that time than nt '
The growers of the count/ put\ Tho bulletin describes nil of Iho .:: .t y -i." _. ., '.1'._...... :
other '
'
If
any season. the brine \ !
\L\ up money to bo used on oupeiiHo: moat common dlsennes of tomatoes appears to bo ropy or does not drip "' ?'1L f.i1.J.I : '!1\\ r: r'7, ; "'..'.'-:''; 1;t.1"b ; : ...;. ; ...:
-
; .. "" '" 'A-: ] ;
of and !Mr. \Vulker has ...._ > '"
equipment' =
,
r' found In the state, and ttlveuinethods freely from the lingers: It should ... ...,. '\1 '1 I .- ; -.-.' .'t '._r., ...., -- -!:?=_=::f'f;
-T-
boenIv'n olllco with the chamber .2. : )
nil of control where such be turned oft nnd new brine IIdd"l.IIttor / 4.,. 1trl'Ael9, f. : ; -, L I ;
1 .r ;;
,
U gi.'f'J
...-4. Ir.-Y: ,
.
of commerce.Mr methods arc known. Excellent: carefully washing the meat :_ 11 ://11' ;I '{. -.- : --, '- ,- ".
Will kcr IH a former H|mien t llliiHtratlons b "--- I f ;: I '" : JifCj ;; ,
make It ; ? ;
to Identify : -
easy The moliissos ; ? .
-
sugar or In the brine : j
;.;: \ .,. ,
!, of the of .. 'j f--
; College Agriculture of I ; I
moHt of the diseases' described. has a tendency to ferment and unless \ IWN'tJrf .. ,:", _,::, .n .:-=J- -:. ",' :- : '
the University of l Florida.. Ills 4 >Ot' ,;!:! ft- = ;= f:
I the brine is kept lu cool M ., U :; r : :: w -r=: if-,1r s-rsr- I
a ,
work will I I I ho concerui'il chiefly in .,.. _" :t'',"' : lt .tJr----. rl:. '11'OI! ) lirr'r., ; 1 .r '
Copy of the bulletin can bu obtained place there la sometimes trouble J' r ,1 ,. rn fl>"
(- ,( t
.t..of'.rq. ''' : rip r "
tho cigar! ciiHo-beiirer and Hhuck- free by, writing the Kxperlment from this source. The meat should '' ,qrk:1:: JfJ \ working I the life / .i :' .( Ir'i.. I :: : .
worm. on historyanil ) F 1 v = ..._ ftJ.
.
Station nt tnlnesvlllo bo kept lu the brine 28 or 40 daysto . '_-_-' ___ ,_._ _. .' .,.."' .. .f"
.J I;
-
rontrol measures of those Insects. _" _=. --d Q--.c-7J 1- -'_ :t' r .,
'
1i4 and asking for Ilnllelln 185. secure thorough corning." ;:::. ,,: -' 4.. 4a555, ..:.l,..;....... -__ ,;.:#'. "-...4$ ...-=-;:. . .t. --.,' :". .' ,.I'I"f'J! ,1" .
l9 Canning. When ready to ('all. a.;.. ::" ::, : .J ,""" '. ..-t.I ..A._. .. ... .. -... .!2- -- A\ 1 MI ;\r I'i/it .
CryHtiil Klvcr.-WaterworksbeliiK U Sarasota. -C'annliiB i / factory, to place the meat in a kettle and ityr'.Ij' ;' Ti t Lu' .,(t.Jb:; r'n Mfi.-4 J k. 7 e ; .W..f. ,IH'cir : Ilaw" 'i+l'.r t.ll.14; : 1r
'q Tint bolero Is j nriV I rh :
of :
'qI one tlinie impudentstyles i lt ; l '! ; "
Improved In tills city. ho established In this place, cover with cold water firing : 1 I'f '
I > 1 lieLiind. $300,000 slowly to a boll and simmer for that begins by making itself so jH. "V [ lil tf. : ;1l tllr1br''; Del.iui.l.Highway markers! b- to ho raised > = I r : rJ"1l1 ti .
I ; ing placed' oil. state road No: :3 I Iwhlrh for new stadium and gymnasium 1 hour. Remove the latent anal' cut dear to fashion that we enjoy whatever .r.J.J' ( 'I !f)ffi'r-'II'u!:I : _,.,. IorlJ) M t .. .! :..; .. ; : ..,.:.:rf);. I ;I' '1 1"J
tr : ::: r "" '
passes' ihroiiKh IhlI'Ily.. nt Stetson I'nlverslty.I.alto lu pieces that can pass through MxTtici and variations! it may take : ". [... .. .... t----: :: ,.>. 1"1i7V', : ... ww.J. .,;; .-- ..f"'; -11''n":.... ,
a' ; .. "I ,, 't
Work ('it lllils Return tbo thereafter In this tile fickle r.i i"jttf.: r .. >, : :r
Sail ford.- nears completion y opened' for can openings. soup or case berogol .:.: .&I.TA'n ..
.
a 1a Oil now citrus Jul-e extraction Paring slate highway between Iquld with the meat boiled to the as far as the back of the frock and \\v:1: :: ..:,.....-.."i"-,. ., .'.._.. ':-: .....-..i'1O '.""" (:.f..;!.....".'"rUr.-'tI..... ;: ... 1:..... .:, :-, ,.,s.. ,...: ..F.ar''I.iIfJF' '"' ''' '- 'PR1W'1\0\ )G

v M plant here Lake City anil Tallahassee. lire and season with buy leaves then decided it would be a boK-ro no ...:;. ::......."....... ..""; ._,............;.'..'.".'..'_.',''or"'.'.'.;...."...in.l.-" ... ._ ,,.. .::. ,..z"".--. 'L......:!""' ..'.\"......"'_'"J.'oK'- ''';''1'.11':'!''_:>ol.y- .
--- 'longer. with the result hot its ,_.iiut.nf.,...._._*
T! Tl'IiI ,'" II 'IUIII-\: 11HI.II'I: ; EIC moo. '"
":j t Sff S
could never be suspected when, the innkIn +Wr.} : SiS m&
-- *" 1 '
,jii from the -' .ailwiCj fe5i l > p>lon&i >
seen back. The
Mousr'
front
I lI.
In
RUNOU'YAND CJUMPiN'JUPittR
OH TOBEY- hAI'&a | I
h -C i-i
> U.Avfe & TO made cither of a different sh:. : I.r a
)i 6UY.M A COUPLE C Y MO'oT 0/M E THE i1fefetl
1' I Itj after material' than the rest! of the frock,
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.".! '" cTL RHEUMATIC PAIN I' } u}{{ e -s .



rl JW a ./ Ltaxtq

Found help at last in simple .ctti.r ROOM I' lo'ati6'a' '



flow an obstinate home treatment case of rheumatism t i it

1k was given relief by a simple home 13'0'f)

England."I treatment. Is told' in this letter from H CS7 ? ; f

am at times quite crippled fromrheumatism.writes
Mrs.' K. M., Rose

1 AWGo' M.i-r$ A4R.K IN NERe 11 1' ;II 'I 1 II I! I Ill ii 1 of 50 Combes Grove, London. "Afterone ( R. C.
I ( Hy Hunter & Bro. Archt., effect and the
of Sloan's I en floor l la of tile
I un't q a 11 HANp501iYNA' Il I I application Liniment can be provided, as the owner
I
se
1 I i j New so that :
find comfort and can move with .u. I'. York) moisture from plants: .
ti t ...;---l.' l1 WnAEVKHIhGCsD IIAI+ y PooR 1 apply Sloan' 'lightly and in a short The architects have designed '(those needed adjuncts to the successful A well planned t
PdP BET .
A sleeping
:. eNAPUN rN + porch "
t.o.MFDY NEM- time the pain
) a \ goes. I this house as a model for homeconvenlence. sun room effect) can do provides space fcr two .
+ -- 1, IL ILigrf 14E'SAwFUIMWnrgc Sloan's gives real' relief because 'it no harm. single; bode
s I I 1 I 1 elUU hi all +ErwlfV doesn't Just deaden the nerves. It The plans embody plenty of free space and 'large casement -'
ii
I I
t II helps your body to throw oil the cause many novel' and practical features. The kitchen has light on two windows on three sides

I _r Jim I \ l l I dtecuLDSE1r of the trouble. This house can be built comfortably I sides. Provision la made ao that A laundry,, coal bin, heater

fI t '1 v e I mn III I I + Just pat a little Sloan's on lightly. on a fifty foot lot, leaving one can use coal, gas or oil for space, cold room and storage space

; w + \ V IIi IIIII I II'rlu' 'I / 1 p14 a4 A healing tide of fresh healing germ- good yard space and plenty of cooking as desired. The rear en- are provided In the cellar

R'' I destroying blood Is sent tingling!: room for the driveway. try provides space for the Ice box, The architects have so arranged

11I through swelling and the aching stiffness place are quickly and 'pain relieved I A 'large living room occupies the so the Iceman does not enter the the attic that a large servant' J

So clean pleasant and easy entire front of the main body of kitchen It also opens directly on room and bath, a cedar closet and

to use, too. Get a bottle today. All I the house, giving a line large the cellar stairs giving access to very generous storage space can .

I I l k drug\ista-35\; cents. room. A vestibule at the entrance the cellar from the outside. be provided in this space. A 'largo .

!R provides the desired privacy The main stairs serve the livIng dormer on the rear of the house

The sun porch, or living porch, room and the kitchen directly Insures light and ventilation.r

I 'Sloan"sLlniment la a real practical affair Large avoiding a first floor hall. Cost about $10,300.

L I J 1 I casement window on three sides The architects have laid out the ,specifications Complete working/ plans and

I give the desired exposure, with second floor so that either a of this house mar be
I very
1 1, II I l I KII.LS plenty of air and sunshine; the 'large bedroom and a smaller one, the obtained Building for a nominal sum from .
I p A JV. Editor
I d > flower box gives an. out-door gard- or three medium also bedrooms House A-82. Refer to i

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ItR.\DFOKl> COUNTY TICLEfilt;: .XIMI. ST.UIKK FLORID
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I-lere'sBig Oyster Man of Hunk of Rtarko. I.n roll -.. .-- -----. 703.11 |I Cotirt will ontrrod ago lust YC'. not .til. that. I Iho nddroHH, r.it-i,
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Cong, c AtlHTUHt 3. 1926. ) Watch IT IH 1..tITIIll':1 iuni-ni-i:p. (...n.-. .. in iitai .; of It 41 Ni liens of I th*

A. A 1)urdei l tixponne meeting. August n, 192)1) ?_____ n_ __ ::100 i that thtH I I" .blisilcll' onru Mt.ld '..r..n.I..tH. known. "I utiknuwn,
W. i':. ToroOe, oxpeiine n.rll"lC.: Autrunl S, 1 l2flU. __ _____ 3 it week fur Knur .n..uIV. wpfks In ," I thotn.. (hat ihor
A. \%'..k I. expoitHu ".. AUK not St 121 r miT.'i Elimination In I Iho Hradford% (' "I..rllh. I IM nu '"...II I In t lie Mtnto I of l-'lorldn,

z c. A Kntrh: Snlnry for .11.. --' .. -- -. non I II $1..hl.h..1) at Starko, 1'lorl"n. known I thorn, tho ncrviro of n *Jtitpnona < .
( # I' ',' I Walter; i %'Will, lumbvr. ._:: .:. : :. : .. :;: I 12 I' :& tho h."ol., ... .II.ea of upon) whom would' bind ilth) < i iof
Jont-H I.,","ler Company. MiinirleH I -. -- .___ ._ _u I"" Qootl Health Drpcmi Upon Qootl S Ii., MlKhth 4 I Judicial I'lr'lIl i thoitilUfal t hn sill oniluntH.: a nil >.otitplitltiaittM
.. I \'. g. :1'I'.y. I lunibor .- ___n_____ .____ .__ 109! .80 I netil I .f thlM < a. welt I ntho a Metro that,, thr-v il.t o'.t
", | .'. 11"y. gas a"I..1 ._u____ ._______ .. .I.'T 111II'i Elimination. HlRtinturo of ( W. -Milrnitin, kl"11.1 bv (IIItM-'tit' H MII', I h, unc
I iMtornutlmial. I i I lliti\oHtor I I suppllva I t'lork of I thlH .., .t. thin tho 3rd, duyof Inquiry .., not booti ntdo) I to ..w. t
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If. fit W M Drew, chain: -- -----_:::::::::::::::::: : l-'i-btuiiry A. l>. l'7! nt Iarl.o.1.'lorlln. lulu' If nny of nald. iL-r.-intn' M 4"t .

M I l I. MlMHlV.I HUpplloH .- .-_..__ ______u_____ 7 'Ml 4 RETENTIONof ) uro, ,"'nd or nllvi*. or In o\fMti' l'l>I' < -T
"'li v l lultt v \\aior I'lant., lIght nurlc -_________ __n. ._ .- 70 O. ,v. ,\ I.PI' IM.\N. I nu'n,1' I further ,nili'K' ''d' I in, .nd
OMrHtiot>t urufory I (Company, tttnk* _._ --.,..,. .1 'on2S a "toxic condition." This oft.ii (1'I. I'11..1) 1'1. bill that. I 11'1' may bo IIOIHOIIH, Him, .
A inlcrMoii'H, ; Uarauo I Htippnvn: _- -_-_. --___,-.,:::::::::::::::: ::: I I. rise dull feet Hy I'N 1 I'. C. uml, cm' | .I ",. lnloroNtod' I In t"h'l 4

W I.. Toi'ode, HUpplloH _.___-.,___ _____________-:_. 74 I K, gives to a languid (I'an t l,rupvrtlnolvoil In thin ."I. \\hi 4, .
Hunk of Htttrk. pay mil -,-__.-______________. h_ n16.17 ing and. sometimes toxic backaches A. s cunws, solicitor :nun to :iMHldonco: or: ilain f> :" '. I iinIH ,i
Hi.ad ford, County I Hank. pny __, _____________h ___ s 2'1.' ::& and headaches. That the ftir l.n'I'IR IIlllt. 1.-6'.4 ill1Il\ 11.1411, In romulnlnant, ; I ami, ; mHU '

h'l tlargu. ( tI1'PIloN ....rul. ._. __..__ .________. __ 1":0 Id: l iti tll: rollof IH 1'i'nyod :iiurn: 4 n' i
iL .l. W. AmlrotvMi .. Jr.. stii'I'lti'N| anil hti.or __________ ______ .__ kidneys are not functioning inIt known, nttil itiiknuwn d,'ft.,mlTMKIII'FOUn.

i I *'uahl Hur., Nil,I'I'lies ? ? -_ ._??_?_?. ,...__, .. 4 .17T.'i properly isoften shown by burning 'U'U'1| a,I s.
KranU dirpontor.' halanoo salary ___. ,..,, .lit) In circuit ( 11. 'iIS h Lit Jo.)loin I I :. It In ordoroil, I 1 1 1,,n,
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M l. J. Thniiitnn;: :: ;halanro; ::: ((n"Hulary. ---__-_?- ::-?. ::: : 50 :no: I I"II or scanty passage of secre 4 'ii I,'cult.I 1l..lu"1 t'ollIY.Int.. of ..I pet'MiniM naniiMl Iti, I thin not I. < i if I
$ oo".r 7, 19J!<1. I tions. Thousands have learned I"'ioi'Ida. II .. ) IvllN. uml If .11'1. tluui lilt I h> > .

0' I" ""'h. HaUt, i'y for AufftiHt ,._.__._.._. -- 75."IIfij Otis) '1"1'110". 4 IIH liolrft. ilnvlnooN I,>K-H., .
A. Ktilcli., tologrnm for Th' mpnon4 I to assist ther kidneys by drink I nnti'ntii) ,4'< *>COOlS, .!' II sol| e:1*", .n I<.I
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.; i.. Kl I'I klit, or. Jr Nit i Iti'O':, ont loser --__- _:..-.. : 2.)',) no43.in: ing plenty pure water aniltheoccaiiomil ni PUTMOIIH glints alIt, "rnrpoi .n I !I.< ,i it, .
V. iAloCfy, 1ii..b.'r., -- ._. ________________ .--- -. ._ : I II i I 1.1..... Th""lIt.l. v I"IIM:. *u II'i ,'111"11' nnv) liiim)" t i .>
l 4 C, JunON. HUppllfHT useof a stimulant I 11 r"I.lt. I Ihoh.t .Inll \Iit4M\ ntid 1 ,I- "< ..
I it of' la; : ,.i I'ux.'n: I 3;1 I I diuretic. 50,000 users Rive I It' uII"'I,1, I by .ISilit%'I t Jippoiitl- I In t 11..lr..1 I ....1111.I k"llll'lIiLl, 1, ,n. '. >
'r--\\: .ii iif 1 llanmton., ; i <> taxvH _.. I 111- .I l I lo I ," tho abovo-nt t and 1 1 ,.., ,, hots. to \\ n
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r.: :w::,11 of Maiki-: .,md; "II taxes ._:::::-- ,. _, 71 4 I ;17 Doan'a signed (ndorscment. .1.t IIU l' I Ihttt I Uiml) Thorntuii" ) thait Tho Siitith Flflcon .< I5) IM i '' ..f

W. WII1"'I.hl., lumber -. .- _, _.- ._ "" Ask your 1 ,1 1 ".lllt I"hfi, tIll named IH u mmif ': tIlt N'oitliwuHt 'iimrliM|, .f Sinilh.ptarl.r. \\ < <
Miuki* .I"\h.\ ". Compiiny, Phone service I 1 "ilhlr 4 .- '' .I Hi.Htat...' uC Kim, Ma, und 1' morn paitltMilnr III'srll! i < d\
4 t'l44.i lu in Inn'lav county __ .. ; '"' ii. i i "iilftu ,. uiilnn\\ anil 1.0' T" IIM hofrlnnliiir I I at Smii) hvvonl "J" t tf th
I fuI'y'' ItimlMT. I Hampton; Ueach road 7'; CAN'S p i \v i 'ni' > -tun' ymirH.; It IH ihorufoio nr- I 5111,' In.ml H. and 1'11 ,Mawt: su t o 4I i iihrMUMt
M a,,1:1.;;: :. ni//i::: :Company::::;% ; !, i las and oil _. .?._ .,_,.: 2* ; ,'I 'I l< 'I! I tluit" Halt) ;mui-rt'Hlilriit, ; tlcfi'iitl: : I North r.11 (, ,'l I)illi'l" .i I..

\" !I'L!. Tomtit', HiipiilteM' .__ ___u_..__ ". "I4 .' ,i !I..' u ml I IH lnTt'hH''1".1 l I to l tiii- I HKMIOU Wont HO)) rudH. I |h.>IU-O, ,11" i 1 ii,
Stimulant JJtuntic la tAe KUnmyr t tlu hill of lompli'lnt ""',1 In duo foot noIre or .. to i
I >u 111< .r rttui lie. IIHV roll ._ _uu__ ._-? I,01 ;. '' 0 .< I.. putnt
4 Mr.Ml fold County pay roll _. _._.?_ _____._._-_, I ... Clicm.DuO'-U.N Y.Grove's .iul, iMiiHitm.) i II' hermM M.."1ay tho.th tiffcltinlnic.
: ,\ '""" '. 'lulk.. __ __ ._ _?__.. _. 1'0''HU" I ..I b..eMrl .4 4, ilt\I of March. .\. l I' nL'7* nthfi-' Alf*, I llio, North) luilf of tho S MINI', 1
Jour ,, ,la"IA', .I\II'H... _, _-_._-__- ,__._*_ .. 1 III' .lUt'itatloiiN '")' "lllt n)11) \111 U'IIl! .iiliIl'tl'l', of Hu".hw"HI. 'iu| .u I i > i
I ,new. \'dl.h. mii\ln"I'"Y.1,. linrn, I'oLtI! 34 __ ___ __._________ 1" ."'I. i 4.., I ttk') '' tiM cuiffOHHod. by Maid 1 all of abmo holnv In $",' Jim Tin! .

lty '''.. light Norvleci --_____.__.._,_,___.-__ ,_ .__.. 7. t iij.ttt, 1 Ct .. Townnhlp" So von (7) s..uthItniitfo I
.5"., Kitrfbuildintr btidhto. -----------------------------------1 I I It I .further ortU>rod I that tub <>rl T\\ -litTwo, ((22) I'li1l: t, 'otit ",
Trullt KlIllnir, Ntallon, oil _,. I ,,, 'I l< i IM i>ubllHlti) >d OIK-U nv.jfk for t .Inlli 1 1, :J.". a,>"row tullE,, or In H'
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I (Uulwlcy: A. 1)4.\IH. cum riflu | :- :- :-:-::::_,._.__.-.__, .- --. :,). :'h'::' i 1'1'' i-imi'i) '"Ih.) wofkH) II thu ., 4 ymi .and onrh, cif you at, ..
Stnltli'H MipplleM 1"1', _. __ ._ ___ _?.__.__.---._.__ u : I ,I'', Tasteless i. 4 ni 3 cmtnt> .1..t..r"l.h., I lll'ilIIIllIlt'I'| | ,iltti" od ami "roiiulrod to nptieai) I'I. .o i iaiiHWtr
J. W Ald."w.1"1'1', Jr. HUpplitJH mid .bar _.___ __ ____.___--,_____-_ ? I I. h 1 I'll' "".hJ In t..n' ) andSi' a to. nr dotittifror' I o I thu hill f
LY I I Horn! t.'eN, I Iinlmi'Mt,' ito nil Kiiml *_ __. u ._ .-.-_ _.___ I 1'1 II I I'hlH! Ktttiriinrv" I. I !*J7.il. l'IilllllIItl'it' HO ox It I hi tod, n."lnH'), ( \ ,.ni ,
\ Mrinlf..1.1., "'"" 'I''h-wrMpti. Pi,'liitliirjand, ]ublUhlntf __ .____ I W. AL"I.I| : I.\ \, i nn* I UKonlh, il.-ty uf .' A. l lllt7 >

J. %v. AII,"|I.'\\11),' Kurd tiuck' ___ -. .__.._ ____--.._-__-_ 444',\', '2 Chill Tonic I '1..1 i 'mil" I. falllnuhl.h!: : : I : ;: :, of (II:litCourt :)I.
5, 3 1f)2tl) (,..11 II.V :K.NKlll) : t will ho Cill j.II-.I Inst you,
A.O'lob.A. unli" 'n. .."it'n..', .mt"i-lIIIHTH.I .\llll.1 I 17 1,nl! Sept. 7.laolhr.luln"lh.1 I I I t'.I 1 ; y C'lvl..k. IT M 1.1'11':1 I : ; ::). "l'ilt:,

y.t_____ _______ A%v.. ,A.hi.:: Jimilrit Tormltf.:: :;: t'xp.i'xp. 'ini'-ltnwH im:itliiKH.I:: s-I S-It. l l t-i, '!14-.24)-?- \I' k_:. --:::::-='.- :; ::444It. :!: Destroys Malarial Germs JuiMAt N..II:: \,\.,Unr I, for u I!ll.l.t Cuinpliilnaiit.NOI! \>:M., I Ills fnt 1.1., 00(4.1"hIHI.,1 11111'I I.mi.i-It I In M'o llmI k

A. \" 'k.. "*Kp. nt''lI.ign. 8177.. !-20-192. _? __ _. _____ 10 ,,141 .:-.I-Ot -3-4. I 1'.I.' .d Count''Y 'l''iI'MIltpii., I wovU
Congressman Chnile L. Ultlord (sealed ) has his own oynteUpda C. A. Kinih.. nullity' Hfitvtary for I..lt'mh.. ______ __ .__ ___ ._ __ 7:. no in the Blood. eucKOTIC I Hpnpfr of *urmiornl, I .r. I.lun.I
I lank, of Htui' 'ke, pny roll __ -----__ n___ ___n___ ,1.1" : 'H 'IIIn 1..I.h.,1( at Hlarko, Ir"IC".1, e.u"
at Cotuit Mass.. where he raises Una blviilves. although the I Ih'"d..I"n'y, <, pny roll ._._ _. _______ ______. \\.2In ---- t ty. 1.'h'II'I.'
are said to get pretty raw sometimes. Hero. he i 1st banqueting Con ( .ly ., "' I'lant wattT anil light scrvloa ______ '__"_ 6.7r. :.: ---I thu Clrutill dune for Ltradfordrunniy \\'I'S : th. 1'1'1.' JudffOMof
Edith ;Mans. Elliott % I l.fVli.Mi, tup for Konl tIIr .__..._ .-,-.- 1:101':1 ( ) Klnrldn. I 1. ctiancury.) 'tlm KlKhth: .1ldnl, .." and.1Ih.
gressmau N. Rogers ( ) ; Robinson hl* sr I I.. .\ 1 Hi UN, ..,
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II.I L. Fut<'h, ri'imli-lnn I ----------2 All iiroporfy owiiom nro roqulrpil I ottlrliil Hoal tlrt nn
k enr), and Congressman Charles \:nI'II.lIlIosq\ ( ; ) I ivternat; lotuil, I I I,Irv.sI. ;I UIi1 j'11 443': putts fur: U'tutor .4.< I ('''" '''') II II.' I II r.' of O, \ Ahlurnian.( \
.F''f Inw. to itt of t hoirlbI'(140I'tY : : \ :'I :
.I. I"". ('o Il.'y, repairs .. 3.4i hy lilil ) rlll'n VH. .1.'I Court, ) !. i
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-- i IK ('. Jones .11'1.1"'" ._ 22.00QilIiIry I to the tax nHni'>sHiir, from 1.'I".IL fl41 I I I'Otttl Cothininy* .'*. It .. ,I..t .laiiuaiy, A. \ ll> ; at Hiaikn.Florida. .
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Pitching horse shoes in Flor- Eighty car loads of hogs: have .1. \\'. Andrews: Jr:, ;, .. ih.I nnd -l .bQ-; .. ...- : 7141: I January Int to '\1'11 1st each your Illll) lor Ir..I.. (...1... UulftlitK O. \V. ) : ,

ida Is becoming a profitable sport been shipped from Live Oak this. Smith's tliirnire, supplies ,. 1..1.1' _-______- 13 i.IIA. t 1\1 tin at in.v olllca at (tho .court NOTICI'' !. Ml.llHV: II HIV,'.l.t I ION TO.'Mir : Civile. CI'c"lt (',," 1, 1rl.IMA 1..lr..1 Cniin-.
W. : su I ami lit _. _. 't'i.Iii. P
Recently prizes amounting to $3.- season and fifteen car loads ot : 1 I. Moinly.'r"r..I., 101 '1'1,1"1 Kiuder -- -- 4.2r.I J.O 1 ,, __ I enh week for I ho urpot ) KloildA, ), 1.,1.1, I linnil- I'SI'III"
lumber I Itench
Hamilton '
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600 were hung for a contest In good beet cattle. This is only one 1"1'1. 1'11 21.0: III'PUK
up taiL-I I&tl l I 'l4IItIllLlIy' a col lIll'lIl' II'I"IY
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ing ) n run. .Iul), SUallon) & Coinpiinv) , l.I.'I.
but shows what
"barnyard golf" at St. Petersburgfor county In Florida .1 It. I >uvtK & ('," "" fly, I 11"1'. '"'' on Kuld -..-.- 7.77StunluI 11..1 .4 i Sul I it1 1 It pin litiint.
( 'HI ('. __ ..._ N. I WAINWKIClllT, id It I.? t 11. 111,010 niiiiiiMl, t oi ll'VIt-" ''
the slipper sllngers. Florida can be done in this state In the J. "II..ny. suitplies .311.1 I"I,"..* u l'llI' In t'tlt.tttll,..., und I II 2.i-7.I-3-4'
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1 seems to lead the world in all way of pork and beet If the farmers Joe; OrllllK.1'hrlntopher I liiiubur: ; H"I'II"H -------------------------C: : : : :. : -. 2 1 il.ll.1: Tax '\8KIIHor.) lint, alive ot.' In opinion, ,lo t )Itu un- -
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W. J. for A. J. t.'ownrt' aiTest _. _-4-2t: Urndford County. I l"tion Htii) i 1-HMorN 1"1,1 l i opr'Kotiia-, "' 1'1 I.: Il".1 lt. '$lllullIlll' "I'
ii P. kinds of games and all kind of will go in for good hogs and ITpperson, car 7.r.I .
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U. A. Illeell, iMXllily' .. cost ease itf "OWI.t .____ 1 !ITB.U "ll".r
-1.. crops. cattle. J. K.: Cmiwiiy. .I oNovember .jl.K. ti 1 I E, Co"t."c_n______________ '200.01 : I t 01 \) 1 I'Xj I. Spin': : :1111111: l'llHIIII\.MIM.I .
: : I IKITuitlvc sii-mi Altaic... 1'j j Al\ni l I'S l 1,141Il
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W. 10. 'I'.r"tie U2t, exp meetlllKH I I 11-5. I 10ltA. .. .____ .____._____ 'ii.nnii : St'IIUl.l'S I \ u \Mbui.: ) \ I "/, mlo' AIm I 1..y not bo ,IH KVIMI 111 t I It"

A. PII..n. exp. meeting, 10- ..________. _.._________ : .nn \ I A, .:( ob c. I Itroxv n, Chin' l'o KAh 1 1",1 i TriiHtflON' of t lIe 'l'u"t...
t, niiM: >irr'oK !s( nooi.UUAIIFOHD 't"'U'l K. A. ... exp me llliK. I0-l' __ __ .__._____ _______ r..II i: i 12:01: it.717. fhllII)1) ...I.1'', "':,1" |ill It MiiplcH' M.uv .1 1. I.Ilt..v., I'loflda will tofolvit of .1'.1)
'i- I II I II lilt .1' .Ill.tl k I ho ,pint'lumo '
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.', ( COt-: TY 4'Slaiko. A. Fillih l'oI.IIIIIIlo! : : salary!: fumpiiiiy for: ictober, phone; : .servic- _- : ::. :::.:::::::::::::::: 76.III:,) January 2n.1 wo liave a now I hti, : ', "I"I'U);;: Jr.I, .and,: \w!; ; II.I I Mloftrlo:) 1.lllt '1..1., l ot. tho"'Town,

Fon Tim I'KUIOU KNUINU( JUNK .loth 1926 1'. A. I""I-h., t'xp. trip, It: I.u'I'IsIoIl, ..____ __ .________u 7.144) <11,'. '' will run an follows : N II" )lull, .VI 1 I.. M.' Iittiut'y', .1 of ..., ( ). II', 'r'l'l, Cntmtv.iith!'" '1'.11.,

S. V. Kkklltur. Jr. .III"y" :I I Uuyn .. .. _. ._. ____________ NX..on* SOUTIinOUND \lIar', Jaint-H I l't'. I"1'11.. ) .tin,ni* 'I M)1. :nf up: ?'to, : .. I\.I'I..IUIW7: I'l ; : itt I tho' 1114Oh''illl't! : :

The following ,report of the receipts and disbursements of tho School N.e ('.,way. lmlan< <: on rlrailiiK.: conltnr't, rolt.l 1 1 :::::::::::: 171.011: :: No.1 Starko 10:50 p.in.Ni i i.I II"iioii.)', 1'11'1 I tOil. \.1.\\iilt.-r." I 1'.1"IH. : ) \ V. M.SitI. .
I M7.DH ,
Fund of 1I'n.Ho.I".UIlIY, t for t lit period ending June aoi ii. I 9 2. with thobalsnces "or :** Cotiu, lialani' f ('Iltt'ltI'.I, roail Utt-A nll 1. I. W. Kl- liomln) Ill Im ilutod I II', 15lt.(
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nnd nmoiint i>f warrants outHtandliiir I nnd a statement oj I tho II AV' H. Irplv 4'onipanv HUppllnH) ---- (1 6.IS:II I >. 3 Una Starko 10:33 u.in.No. j.I\'II.UllHUIllM.I ln\, nf ItiM'ombor: :! '!, A. it..II'J 4111,1jIlt' :,:
Assets and Liabilities I nnd the value of Hcbool Property of the said nriul-I City I.ltfht 0041) Water I'lant. hit lit service; ::::> -::::::::-,_-:::: 2:711 ; lIly;,I: _.l I'r".I"ut, i't..I.' : : ( I Ini In doitoiniimtlitnit* of 1.
303 10:03 to
: : Duo Slarko : IL 1.1 lIlti! i ai h
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and nalU I
ford County, ns reported on the thirtieth" I day of June, 11)20) by tho County N. It. I lull, wire fcnrltiK u. hun 27.r.1 '.. If nllvc, nnil, (I)) oiuh nnd tn ht>nr IltI crest itt
} ,ar.l- ..C Public I Instruction nnd the Superintendent, of, Public\ Instruction ItiternaUttnal, I MarveHtvr I Company, upplliii for tractor ____.__ I 13 II nsr. I NUUTlinOCNDN'o. tho abovo ''n. ..lvl.I"",, (I nnu tn, I ,
of Mix "t n
Is hereby: published! I under the provisions of Chapter GH13 Acts of J.,i' GrllllH, lumber _. __ _____-_.__--___ ___._..----__, .:u 2 Duo Starko 4:08: am. :and ill, \!I,4'M tt huh, li-KatttuH). to : nr utanU'im" lit* ,IIH';i'l't'Ii r' 11.a 111'. no ml I'lt"ly.'por, I 2:41I'nifrI : .
of Florida. I I' C. JOIU, '
1915, Laws ,
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I ubo\o .limit HIM! 4
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ERNEST: ASrOS Comptroller. <'urraph. '' I 7 : attuoli a
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Mrliuiinld I trartor 111.t. -____----_--.____-_.__._,__.____ 03. I ( I .1.r..I""II, and to all pnHUIIH ".- > > I I..t ciitipoitH
GENERAL SCHOOL Ft'NDpepo.ltory jotic lu..m"n.pan v, Ilm'.r' ____ ______u _________-_-?,___._ '.I.Ir No. 304 Duo Starko 6:16: p.m.STAltKK l..ylnl or, i'liilniliiK any Intoijt 0.1'1' mount of liotidn flirNII )
1.11'.. ._ ______ ._..__ 8 .) : AND WANNICKNo. ( In I : .1"1'1.,1 landn, n "n"r",1
Balance I 192(1( __ __________ ( e.mny., nupplUm u ? u lul.\"M ) )) )to) nd t ho )'
January 1. I.6U.G9Out.tanrllnl Itanl,1 1 ''I I ,and, I IH lil.Ottn. n *
n ..___ _._ _._.._.._ ..__ ) "
1 11129 ______ 2SI!. _u__ .__ _-., .. > 2 I 101 ( 30 l"l nald 1 : nhnll ho :: : $1-l
Warrants no of '
January : am. elm- bondM (Hiyablo
( nu M"IIlo. I Lfll'Htllrkn ". and" 'iimru pat "
__ _________ .__,_, _.__ : on I I. 1..ly
1920_____________ ___ .I. F. n..hlnl'ry I u : I Mh of I
Outstanding Bonds January 1, -- 36,000.00 30,28500 Cnl.y. '' niltttlMl, I ail l to-Wlt.I : 111.41stt111111l4'I' 11111) ) on I ho dav I"'u"'r.
I'.I\R" 0. ", tipplli .u. __nO__________ ____ ___.___ 1 12 No. 102 Arrlvt'H Sturku 2:10: p in. r.I""H. ., nnd I with

neflclt ____________ _____ _______________ : :' Toroiln HuppltvM .- _n.n______. T. J. ; ibwfHt iiiai| tur, I I M. 1UM: : .,111 hit tin
Net -- -- -- -- 34,069 31ItecelptM UIJ'I.'IN.BOROZONE j Sort hi ant u lilt I I'- i.f HontbwiHtuai I I 11.1. wil nnuoplHil "
Smlth'n OnriiKi*, nupplltH ____ __ ___ __-.,__. ,___._.._n .--. :38.440: 11 : t.lh. '. ', Mart-It 2tth
for six monthI"rom'l'a __ ____ ____ ________ _____ I lot, )Hoiiin w *Ht Ilt,1u'Ilr, uf Nort hUHt I (10 .1.1. nn
,. Collector Taxes ___________ __ _11,1173.TSComptroller Hank of al',kt'*, pay' roll I -- ? -- NIHII .> .. "rip runntiiM: ( All bl'Mern" nrn roqtilrod, t 'a
-- -- -- -- iinaitur .I.t
Krutlfnrd Conniv IJaiik, pay roll .__._____. _______________ .. 1'21. .
Redemptions unnn_ .__00 ___ 512.55 m. H907 ulon Kt bo Not t b-i it I 11 I iiand I Comptroller, Railroad Tax __00 _______________ 8.3.11.70 !ov.'rIor 7. 1V26.A. 1 I 210 r..t) wIde and I 1.01' of .,"..lot Truntu.H ( h.
Comptroller, Teleg-rnph Tax _________________ 233.39 A. lu..n. OXI). mootlnirH. 11-2, II .19, 1 I .26 .._hUU_ 9 00n ") < and. tat I'lL [.c.lt..I"" ill 1 ,, HIJ UN, Town of !. ', a rortnioilb l

Comptroller. Ono Interest Mill Tax State___School_______Fund___________ 2.H2.84 1,021.50Various \V.It. A.Vo.k K. .exp.exp.tm-t'tlMKH.meetlnHH) ,I ,I 1-2 I I -2, .11-ltt I ll-ll, Uj 11-20 I I1-2-l_:::::::::::::::-- I :(:.*noto on:*::) is NOT linimentItt.th.nsw.nti..ptla..ry Ill'',"r','. or loss, In $tut.II w.sL *'tu.c., mi,. <' ..:. .:k for(' 1. (:,ro.I") uf paynhlii tho:,: Una to. id U. U.of
Comptroller )
1\\ OIls u.nd onu-lialC ai-rtm I In Houtbwt 'l'h..I.
n "*. A. ,, salary, HHcretiiry for November _._u___________.--- 76 III) on. "
Bank District_ Trunfers: _::::::-_-,:::::::::: 2,9.12.00 2,900.00: : 24.84730 I'. A. 1'lItd., Incidental exp. u_ ._______________________.___..___ .1.21 khoultl h.*. mdy for ui. whan HI! i orniir) of MoiithtuiNt, iiuattur, of TriiHtooMCon I ttl.I I <k roforrnil, to nhov.7.IIIO .
Lrfuins f'lt< iiiirlt f Noi (11,1,151 -
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\V K. HiipplfuM ____ __ _____----,_,._______.-.____-- 611.:III I n_."for woi.od..bsrn..te. t""lh..t | I I'll a Kuarantoo of
i' '2'1.iiiiIJI..h..r..rm..nl. Standiird) oil Company,, 14.1 4)4)lies .__ __ ______ ______ __ _____ 3.1 IX It eul ... '" ''1',11' ( O in-r, .'I".r.' lyInu I !::> ': :: an : I:
Making Deficit ___________ .-_______________________ u u 71. purU .Ut" .. .., bi-hiw (It.' N '|iiiar- I n''i'I wit h I ho hid sub
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J. W. An.I.wH., Jr., "" __ ._ ______n_ ___ u ._ -__._._, 23 ... AQ44 Hod. nabl nru lo hn 0
for moathutExpended
11'1"1 17 t'r of SoulhttitHt) iiuiiitDi l and bonnd"f.l )' mi 1.,1.
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for vXnderMoii'H ilaruKO, and labor -- --- --- --------- I 1.114 I : : : ; Hold for not b'HN thiiti, Haldbomln
Schools 1'1.11 ..
Salaries of Teachers _________________________ 0,3243.jg'l'ranNpnrtatlon <'(rl"nl"I'1 I I(nut' Storn. los .______-_- _--_____-----__.____ 71) ( trug Worn I i on, I North. lo .1. dy l H. Tinner land Hold, onVoHt hy J. by\ to bo minilif-rcil, 3 lo.I. Inclu-
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______ _. ._.. _._, 2 ) f".ln.
of Pupils ____________________ 1,066.00Expensos Cly 1".1 .ru.I..I. lIght Hurvh-n ? u --u 'orlHllnl', MPM. ..I'L".w, t lint
Administration '. I 1, on of M"th"wM. I lit t'Ii and i W.tc>kiiJonfH _____ I 16") ll)) 'LI AlvoTh'i Bald .. thaI 1'
: 1"1., hn"l. __......_. ._ __ __ ..____ __ 2. 'putt I of NoiltiHiiHt, |IIlitir' of H..I.- TI'I.I..r. r..rv.
-_ -- : "'lIl) %5)'I'lS'li tn tIll l all I I bldn.
Salary of )Superintendent' ----- --- -- __ 1,20000Per l'mllny. Hhh..I. 11:11"1'1 u.iMt j'n n 11 I or I ly I Intf lmln c I r.jol nnv
'llht .
__ __ _________ !
Diem and Alllenire of \Members; of Tioard; H4.80 I.. II. Hill. d."d. _____ __ n 4 nG.a kills :Addition to: I hi.'u:: ) :.r WI'I: III'. I .rd"r .t t tint Hitld' Hoard ofTrtiHtoiiH
Smlth'M JaraK. labor, tlr**, etc, __ ??____ ... -__?,- )) Tin1 book I Ihn Town uf the Town of 1.'LWtOY.'
Incidentals Hoard and __ :: .
far Superintendent 17 35
: r..I.lrltlln lt I tIle North by
:: : :: :::_ :::: 4)I)) b."I.
1 1"I"ld. .
J.v. Mortran, for truckFlorida .
Printing 3140Interest glitch -- --- --- -- ------ nf ,,", I I"< I.IHIII nt "WO" and I """",'""".
---_------::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1..41. .02Borrowed I TlmeH-t'ntoii i.ti. notice of walo of bondrt __ ._--____-__ 1r..II,. ) ) fill'I MllIlMOt tllll I '.w'l I 11,1 <'II y hiiutboiiHt '|",""N".I""t.*qimilir 2 Twp. U, n. n. THRUM.Chairman..

__ __________________________ Hank of Kti.rko. pay roll -------------------------------------.4- :i Hull, fioni ) I loth( MnruliISHIi .
Money 12150.00 23,338.15Leaving ___._ 1..III.y H U. 2.1 l.iiHl.; on tho l.itNt by
Uradford County Hank, pay roll .--__________. __ .___-- l,2r H 4.HJru.lf..r.ll'.unty Iti27 lila ) uf ly- Attest W n. "
T< l not ices .____ ._____ .___n_ ____ ._____ 12.11) duct' ... 1'11.11.10' I tu SI: t.I'llle'rly: : hoinitN,' 544 414441'In : )IOIl I : 41001.S"'r.tn'y.. t-at-Ot-3-.ia
flrn..lt __00 _____________________________ 83,410.18Dr. .I."rll.h. .____ '' I thu I') by MadlHun blrtMit. ,
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liedoemed ) phone service _- _u vr r'. .\. ;
Bonds __ ._ ______000000 __._____ 2000.00 It'lk.. r) .I'hon.*, l''IJny. l'ITl'H. ) thu VVtiMl lint) of IMorK
uri"t
IllIlIlIlieN----------------------------------------- III,)) 1"1 01..1' 'I'll v 1..1,0. \liH- (U.! > l'H.kln..I.JII.1 ti it"J-t'iiiiimiiiHttiiLuiiiiiiiJititiiiiiirtuIiiitiiiiiitiVrii, ) ., ', iimUtiwiuitiitHHAUVKY
; and! -
Leaving. Error Deficit In Receipts_ _unn_ __ ._ _. .___nnnnn_ _nunuu__ JlTiT'i'sTCr. 190.01Net : 'iliv.Quigley boOt Buyer, bond sulti ---_::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 10.50: 2-. I !,'W"H"I,!'OUU. HI HOOK)!:a i"k",...1!:I'I.I.!I'HK. '\..OK. di I :>d.j jIll M. ,,, t


.. Deficit June 30th. 1926 _nnn_________ .11,00031 Total Disbursements _. _____n___________ ____ _________ SIOU063 ,1'1'1.1 01 1"1'1'1'11": '1'" IIIV I public Klu,. I'.tmt i l'l'lll'half' tin of of MoullioitHt Hi adfoi d County Ii| SlYUEI U

floods Oustandlnir JuiieSOth 1926 _n__. ________.____ 34,000.00 I : 1.1": "'I'I45\ i-ou of NoiLboHHl .|iillrlI'l) all In titH-ilull 1"1
HECAPITULATIO.V 'I'mi (.n\ 1:1': 1' or 'I'U" % 211. Twp. tl, Hoiith K. iiJ Kant.:' Mortician, Starke.

Depository Balance June bIb 1926 ._ __________u___ 2,399.0! July Jut 1928 to amount on hand __ --_--________ $2fl,211.40December 'I' U..J That;: a Hllll. ) tm: hfuil Mlid: i In hit J'Ja
:tint, lit 20, to amount .... .. ____ 21.1( 0.n Ciu-uit, 4'oinl 1 of iMifhlh: Judlfiul Clr- Member of Florida F'un.rsl l ,
ASSETS!, AND LIABILITIES lieettnilier hot, \20.!* by amount dlHburHfinpntii ? $21L .060 6" 1.y' nottcLIH riven to nil to lilt. for liiadfun) County, Kloi'Idu,
A SETSOEXEHAL >ec. 3lBt 1'J.Iti to bal. .__ ._____ __ .19.11.3 I 29.111.3J, itinv) citnciTti I hut th. tIlllitroigel WI,....In I I. .\. liavlM In cl.ItIpllIllIllIIt and Embalmers
n.i l I Int) rodncufor '
)
wli | I Hint,, t'ho Urecto.
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1"1'
SCHOOL FUNU IXTISRISST .\:1 BINKr.N'U Ft"NIJun > l'I'" |. |t'irlHltit) hn fort Individual"h"v.. or'L".d cU'I""I""Hu',1

30. 1928 to amount on band _______.________._ ---_ __... ,: 97 t ho Iw. uf Htnrlc', llrtitlfonl I 'nIH.. ." IIH ; and I"'H", t 'iL"Hull locl-tlon.
Balance Cash In Depositories _,______ ___________ --_-----_--____ 2,39109 July. af 192H received for taxes ____________--_--__________--_16.:11 70 ty, ,, ;:, at t i h rctfiilur' HnnHhin: of .1.r"I.t.' ", .. to ijuiot h.t I Hull riiinuvo -
h.
Uncollected Taxes IieliIng, curr.'nt yonr -- -- 4,100.86SPEM'.L. August 7, ll liB, re"llved for (axon ____ --_---..______--_ -_ un, 1,7'l5.lI3: tint loKlHlnlnr.) of tlm Hdilu 1 i.f Klor- WI" IIH'I,1.,front I ho lltl I I..,II''.J for PHONES Au-I'
( 'FAX SCHOOL. i !'rH Tn--------- September Et( 1126. "".. for tax, __._____nn____________ .U.O)> l"l.i' 12 a lilll ."llrll"M t "il xtpn 01. lIt'I i "','>.., Its to I hit landM hiiiBlnbufoi .
. Balance Cash In Depositories on account Current Expense Taxes 2,777.89 .September 27, ltti! received for taxes 281 0') -- u by com
1 Uncollected Taxes (Special Taxes assessed for current expenses). AuMTUHt 7, 1920 -- -_---__---_- --_-----_:::-::::::-:::::::--:--::: 1lor..lliI4.'ItenlIer ,, :::: Hiihl Ilwl.. II IIII! KCunllriK) ""II tho d..c'lb"c, can eel und annul I II Day-1 Night-
, Including current year ----- _________ _-- __--____________--_ 4,298.47 i 2o, 1928 a-ecBlvt'il for t."e. _______._..____?___?_.?,_ 424 082H1 town ant hIrit lou. ,.f th.. nal.l) town .III'LI'I tl' ,'I"II'H of all lMicm.il oionlpoiuUOIIH -
I Balance Cash In District Bond Funds, Including Internst and Heptember. 87, ll6! retH'lvi'd for taxes _._..__ ___?._____.._,_....,.___, 07 ii'lillt lonul I ,IIOWITM rlirhtM, and "prlvl- ,"'ooHt.1 or t'lltiIllnjt nit liiluiuht With DeWItt C. Jn.
Fund Taxes 21,986.02 _.,_,_.___ __. ._,_..._.___ l,'tftM a ltd I tlm) Id town
Hlnklnif: --- ------------ -- ------- ------ (liecember) 2, 11)24 l, received for tu. ? -- li,514.15' I.rvhlnl In 1"11. uKTuliiHl, coin
Uncollectetf: Taxes (assessed for Interest dkf; fund ). In* November 1. 1U2A, received for _____--_-_.______--__uu_ 6.71* with a HIoc111 cll.rt"r for Its KOVttfiunont .lllItlIllIIt'It 1 .nll ; and In "enjoin thti
eluding current year _.nnn___________________________ 943.38 ..* itt any. datum or I In- ""'!'!' '.'' '
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Total $$18,868 0'. H'. 100\1.:1.; .I... ....1.1'I I ho I.. 111., do- .
Total Available Assets ___- _______________________________36,511.41 December 13--,--1926---,--coupons--- ----------January--------,--1927-:::---:::::::::::_ 16,54)0.01): : ) ('ha I rhIno "'.wn Cmcl., I furlbfd II, ".. 1..ln uuuvn

2-4-91-1-1 And you and ouch Ii of you, and all

LIABILITIES December 1.!. 1928. in amount al hand ___nn__ ___._ ._ 22,36824 of you, 1(11,1 all pl.rlttIIIN c.i poratiotiH -
GENERAL SCHOOl. FUND (! .\I'TjTCH. R. 8. MATTIIKWS.Secretary. t-l I lioitilnhoroM: : ::: :jI" iti-
; Chairman Hoard of Ilond liiudiord Countyiur.iirri.tTio 0'1'1' funIM to, und I I puill)"n h I to rust

Bonds __ _______. ______________________________________3..00000 1'ru..t,01. In Circuit fout.L Kluht .fz.IleIal, nn I orduritd ""I itxiiiliMd I I., John B. Thomas
" Notes ___nn nn_____ .__ _--- _--___________________--______ 4,100.00 Circuit.) I j lri.I, ford County.in I. "'Iurld. I :In mild cuiirio,1''on Momlav tliu "I'L..r
f M.iith, A I *. ,lit./ to
' c ". uiiMWfr Hilt
., SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT : \ or IUI'OITUI'UUSI.I'T.UJST: : : SINK- J.J II. .I..y.HAX074, 111.t.I I I'oniplalrit I nu.HKhlliltvd I ugili",'r ii.-rnntii: : : > AIU-IIITICT:

Special Tax District Warrants Outstanding _____________________ 23.fio ..TNIUI.JI'UIU Cu".lul"a"t.. I ) you .* .dnri'iidaalH' falilnic whit'b.un.l !
Special Tax District Uonds Outstanding _--___--________________4l.0ou.ou v. I horol. a ilnrrou of thin Coo, I "I.rk. Horlilit
: ('or.\TV "'I.OIUU.'S": : I Til 13: i-T.OItmA AND AND will' I" .r.d. UHiitfiHt y... I Ilcl

Total __________n__ ._______00000000____________________10.'aa.1\1I, Jth. 1:1I 'l.MMIUKATlo.M'('O. I'\NY. it IM further' orl.rol I this I nov '
- A I'nlll'Olt/VTION I ,., I 4' bo putdlMliwd .14110 a.t"> k fur
VALt'K OF SCHOOL PROPERTY .J-infoti'lahlM, four (II'I ClIItltiVlI Iv.. ,,.. .. In uHo '
: (: :) )
OrH-r of l'iihllintlinNOTN'M WHptl .plfl ), .hl.'c' at..I| ilu'.lItII ( IC"CI.H.lll:11ICIIjI.lacIUWWUIICOFFINS:
GENERAL M IIKKKIIY UlV iN That ) ..1..11 I .1''uI".n I I In I Mi'fiil-ui d

School Houses and Lots --___________--_____._-__.__.______-.100,250.00 J. I H! HuK'in, ruin p In!nan t. tin. ,'" 5', ", wit Bradford'oiinty j] & CASKET

School Furniture nun____________________n______________ 10025.00 '" lllnl Iii" ttworn bill of complaint < Tolficraph1'ono 1 I
"School Apparatus ._______________________________________..___ 3,65000 ;- I thu nliuvo UIIHH 115111' list 'I'h.) Klor- und' i>rd,*ifd, at Hturltu. I Itrud- !? -nd a Full Lin. of ,
Ulii I IJITH! and liuinlKrutlon Company I ro"l i f ."nt v, l"l.'i'lit. t III.* the Jmiduy 'j

Libraries Cither School! ____Property____ __--: _____--__________________________________ 2052.00 '" h.P "< .... '" '. ft cttrpotatonr| I If I in ts\ttftn'ti\ amit of 1..I..y. I 2. >4I Undertakers' 1
I O 1. .. ,\ not tliMii KM MiirruHHorM or UHHIKHM.If (0' I'I'., : I ., of IV.1 AI- I I':I Supplies

____ ___ 115JT"fiO, ..,, Cl ._ 2 a ] ; !, : I: nity: .I who 'ur<> unknown ti> littn I 41041tO t1lI'lillIIl.I Cloik of Lli, "I"11 I *1111(1' ;;1
Total -- -- -- --- -
of the on -Hoard- -of Ilimd Trustees of Bradford County Florida, .- :" zt '- 00 S : : all I I ".rH""H.) ftrniH and roi'iioratloitMkriuwn I iMHlilh, ) Judicial, 1'I..cUI.) r.r Ilraiiford li$ AUTGMOIIILE IIBARSBR
Report m" j
for Six months, ending December 31st 192H. :1 ; '- t" I IS or ."k".w", tthHttnt coiii*. alml t 'on.nly, 1"'I.r""L." l"d t hit HOII)

"" 'ga. !.. .a" -. r- njVs lln-rnaIint, ::' or othnrwlni*. hftv- of Hald Court. ; AI..,. .[> hand. Tk. k-il servO.> ,
\ r r claiming iitorcit In the, U. W. I
GENERAL FUNDnKCKIPTHl l. any AI.LtH t\N.
_
1 ; i < L co" la ), IMF HrrlhHd' I to ran.ovu Mirali( J i t JJI >t lie liwnl prtoHpelal 14 5
I ., hl.I.: : and i l.nhlo. I. 4.I.raph' .vd.s.
) ; - i .'t tit li to an K.: K. l'l;1ItYMAS. 4 '
cancel, 3 he claims of nil < nllalnant.i {|( KELIHTKRCU BMBALMBH
_______________ _______ rlln,1 pnrHonit H"lor
E.V.. Hayes taxes __f 2IR.GO
July 3 1 11126! From ; Si' 3.573.41317.03140Oh)0 oin2.ir, .48sio no) t.nno.imi( I ; (
July ll I'Uil from. gas tax ;May ___________________ .____________ 8.MUI.I .i>| 5872.79| |1 1,000.001" |I I 15.66I380.00I30.uofl.Oe:1.63I5.3i: : : : : : : .!t4 complainant I 'M title, and to nnjuln the I ,!ll UEWIT C. JONES
27. 19211 ---------00------------------------- 178.13 RMMt'rtlon, I of ..h 'luttnH I In- 'I It MIn ,
July 7. 1.28'! -from-" h\v.: Hayes, taxes __________..1 r___________ Illi't.lO! '' |119.1 4 f6.2 517.831.1.000.001361.1.':II I fO.00.1.000.0011.8,21.IT.3IU.U'ITl'I.TloS '! | lervNt. and "any. .. ( Htatf or that I I Court, Judicialin IS

August 7. IH-rf.! 10:. W. Hayes taxes, ________________________ 89'1! .09 the: uddruHH or coinplajruint t'larv of IJUMIOHNN.* of I Ii I Ilrclll. 1''II'h br 11" II In"h."r STAKKK. FL
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I'l.d.! from gas tax. June __-__ __?_ l.ft92.h8 I h tt HU Id .l l.'VonlIlInlo, known or I
Weptembti- ..). 1928. rr..m K.W, Hayes taxes ______u_________ 1HH.4H 01"' ItKI'OHT: UJ si'u'i.r; < TAX SCIIOOK ilS_ unowii.. IM unknown to him, ,and thatthHre u n- K F. Clark and Liivlna M. ( )<,Mj>CI.1t.l)<:'lDM( 'M'KJUCKKIMtMPATRONIZE
September' 27. 192'1.1 from 1-:. W. Hayes, taxes _________00 _______ I 124 92 THK-r IH no pfrnoii in, Htate :of lurk, HIM \\ Ir., 1 1 III IU.'I .
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S. 1920. from, uns-tax., July nu 3.357.2.1tlctober IT.ISIlt.UI"'oltl Klor.dn. known 4 Mm I 1 .. NT view ..
23. 1211.! from! auto licenses _________________u.______ 2'l.40 ('(r.\TV" .MM: 34111,. : t n sit tIlItto nil. .whom would bind r..II""t..
upon
November 9. 192H. from gas, tax. August --_________--___________ 3.12H.59 1"IUltIH. 1\:1:1 Hither "t the nald il I.'rolaunts: und I'f'I"rr. a Hull I I road Co
November 29! l5_*. from, gas tax, !September un______________ sos 88 pomplalnnnt I HllfK"!.. that lIe ri OIlS not r'ui porutlon, t ul I.,,I.aIY. r
November I. 1"28 ._ ___ .- --- .00---- ----___________________ 1 241)ecemlPr 1- klI.w by dlllicunt Ht-aruh and 1 InIiitry ,I l'teti1t IllS. .
18. I 1.28.: frti1 old- 1'011..1'u.- ________________""___ 50.410 ..d not tf.wu nhlu to HNf.r-- Onlr-r or t...(.IIu I ... MM I I. l<. II rio... I
tax October _________________ 3,253.03 .., .I
December 2U. 12cJ.! from gas n- tall If any of the Maid) l.f.ndantiiM I h.*) (|. 'I "I.'. t.tf.NOT1
HvliiK or In And further U H IIKUKHY UIVK.V I Tbut C
Total Receipts ------- .______________________________I21, 0.4'JItlnlll alIKH that"xl.t.no.I h.-r. tituy; lie pot It K: CUikund. l.uflrui, M ('lark, bUwife IIOMK: BUSINESS

Nil It'r' forporiitlonii I ol or- I an f'uiiiplaliiuntM I Inv' .. ltd I d'hior I ;
HM-MIKM', : : In I 7.17.ln, >t involvnil: In thin i riworn bill) of i-.unplulnt I In tlm i : IUJ'NESHrL

I :.: .. whose. name rnHldoiicH or pin.'n I abu CHU No, umiliiMt t lie 1"I.rl''L''

.lyJ.6.T 1916 __. _--________________.___--_________ 300 E .r l huJsli'IN IM Inklwn to him. and, f Cullrottd, f 'ompuny, '."rp"r..I.., BUSSES
., 500 t7 : n xald hill* |.my
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f' salary. 6000" ._ .. an (Ii. '" i-urporutlon, I rMwurtt; N u uI
K1 b..lnn. on ----------------------------- ; "I''Y. Schedule
c"'p..nlor. salary 60 no .. t ; t ft In ordered th..t nilprriHHiM I 11 Ii' cr5011, Thu Klor hla I l.und und I
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; 11(. .;. Thornton. r..r Juno .00 .__un________________________ 1 ..01ld 2 : :H"g. I or ,'"r..r..U". nit nte.I InhlM I'II1rlll.n Coinpuny, a corpora FOU J\X-9 a.m. 12 m.
S E rc1A. salary r..r Jun.. ___ nn___________________________ 75 00 ? .9e .. i __ 145", y, 9 '_ notlne. If 1 or In xl n jH, :; AiiKUHtiiM 2.!: lt'h'lr.' H) I II. ,
salary : W"V
A. f'UI Incidental .- ._______----_-______u___ 3 4* ; &. C. C. nnd If .loi.I I ,r .ItFn xlMt) :nf=: than 1 ;. ChurhfB C..211"liuln, Mat and 1 p.m.
I' A. Fuich 1.50 ,IH. her their or ivlHHHM Ion Unnd Marlon 1.n.,1INkhol"l : .
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SraVlVord "oi "y 'TtTltilraph. Supplies and alerU..lnll _____u___ 31.0MeL.nal,1 21318 I 1 15.00 0.33'IOU.00 1"11* 45.1 sIgns, and all pel-Bonn firms nnd mr.pnratltnaa If oil hor lire Ivlna. If .tlih,c : : a.m.
iViii-irman labor. and ."pel." on __________ 21.00Clttdpht 44: 5.95 5.00:5.63,87.6: 3140.00 143.00. I 1 47 75 havlnir or el.lnlnl any or nil uf Ibm a mud .r.. "ilmd I. 1:15 I and Gl.: I;> p.m.
IIrlm.n. "nt. water light rvlce __ ___ : : : interest In thoM ) ly- or not In uxlHtvnuo' tlioii t. their
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; W' 3'.r"nn l..tP truck an,1 tractor __n___________________. 3.60 I IUU..3. 602.50231.2"* 1.1 2.001 223.54 Heat of Fl.riIIa. k n"w. and] da toes Nll'uONMi.l'S) f>r UMHllHIM.' "hI IL .
: F. Clly.Iabor supIteU __nnn_______________ .ft 1 I ""'r I he,1 an ,,low. : .1 unknown to r"mplulnunti0 ,und to .I I -- -
Jones l.umher blal ComI'4'flY for _____uuu___________________: 44151.54' I IIU The HoUI h.a..t rjuart' of South.West p..rs'lllN. IlrniH' and corpora
31 D M oo"y' Ira.l.r tractor part --________ __-- 1400 lo'au' 10.8 127.33 5.00 1S 'Iunrl.r. loss the East Thirteen known or unknown, ubftd-t. cf iiti:( Workers who
Int.rmlttoflal, (.Lve.trr __ _________n_________ .-----. 31 1 17." 1000 1 I .1 "rid 0.. Third (13 1-1) arr.,. In HMO- .d I. ""n.r.Hld."t or olh.r"IM". '"0 feel lazy
H. W. it. lr.w. .Uppl0 ___ __ II I 160.10 00 Ion Twenty (30) 11 r (.,. any lntorsst I d"blue" dl..our.
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.." .. 1.1.01' anc__ __uppl._____-n___ ________ 10.038tnd'"rd 1 1.1 35.01 105.00 1500I or demurrer to the Mil o li .5(01 i In or malalmlng art interest Pu.'pep"Iatuyota.
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labor and _______________ 13.07lracford : 30.31 11.U 71.2 1.1 on the Seventh lay of March' A. I.). and to enjoin the assertion .. '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELKfilMPH, STAUKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1D2T
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'I Times says: "The road program is assured and will be completed -- -- -= ----= ==

Bradford County Telegraph I ] within a few months. There will be a fine hard road

ESTABLISHED IN 1879 I from Middle-burp connecting at Lee's store at Doctor's Inlet THEGuiding Beginning

with the asphalt: road to Jacksonville and Green Cove Springs;

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ""a hard-road sixteen feet wide from Green Cove Springs to

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida : the county line connecting and adjoining to the hard road to LightWhen

_____Owner and Publisherj. Stnrke and the State Road !No.': 3, through the county from Friday
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E. S. Matthews______________ I
north to south. The south end of this road is nearly com-
C. Uobinson__________________________Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION 1 -
: plett-d, the north end is being graded() and the contract has

KJ=*= HATE been awarded for the bridges over Black Creek and the mouthof

Doctor's Lake. This all gives to the county more than night comes or fog descends-the MorningAt

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance fifty miles of as fine hard-surfaced road as has been built LIGHT HOUSE guides the ships safely on ,
Advertising Rates on Application
over the- state. and for- all of this- splendid improvement. including their way. 10 o'clock
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watch their- step and the auto too. former efforts i in road construction, thety owes When financial storms and dark hours en- '
Pedestrians cannot
less than nine hundred thousand dollars or less thin eighteen -then look for that ever friendly light

Lateral roads being held up for lack of deeds. Get busy thousand dollars a mile: No other county in Florida can I THE BANK Which will guide you safely The Greatest

o anywhere match this for road value." through to better times.

the Chautauqua at Keystone Heights? -0 I Men\ with experience will tell you that a MerchandiseSlaughter
Have you attended This time of the year it is a common sight to see woods Bank account is your best friend. They know!

o burning in direction the flames sweeping everything
Wasted by Senate" headline. What day? Most every When you are prosperous or have plenty-
"Day before it. Harry L. Baker, assistant forest inspector of the
t friends are many, but when hard times or old ,
any day. U. S. Forestry service, estimates Florida is losing $100,000- decreases earning power-then
o age your you
1 000 yearly from forest fires. Speaking of the likelihood of in the bank where I
will find that
looks better than growing money you can In the
old gracefully young Historyof
Growing
legislation being presented to stop this waste, the Tampa
lay your hands on it when you need it, will be
1 suddenly.The Tribune says : "There is a tremendous property loss and some your best friend-your greatest source of hap-

o loss of life, most of which could be avoided by strict observ- and Starke ;
Times-Union asks; why they come to Florida. Why ance of laws and by more carefulness and more education. piness peace.

M; r do you eat.? Some fires are deliberately started by the most ignorant classof SAVE AND HAVE orBradford

o-- cattlemen those who have the false idea that burning off
Ohio i is well represented! by the number of cars passing '
dead grass helps the new green grass to sprout and makes it 4

through Stark I easier for the cows to find their lunch. It actually impover- I I

; 0 ishes the soil so that less grass will grow, and it causes tremendous Bradford County BankSTARKE County
"This! modern age puts Camels first, reads: an adv. Thatis
destruction of timber besides:: frequently ruining
the hope of the anti-saloon league. -
groves and farms and burning barns and homes." Siftingit FLA. r

Florida is going bankrupt.u Only eighteen million dollars all down, it should be just as criminal for setting fires I I.

9 where it will damage the property of a land owner as it is
were paid in in 1926 for auto licenses and gas:: tax. SamRosenberg's
to burn his dwelling. Georgia is conserving her timber
l n ; business interests are consistent with their own, we must .
Last month was the driest January in 20 years accordingto Florida should take heed before it is too late. let no emotions other than those of cold, hard business enter

the weather man. Internally or externally? o into our relations with them."
With half of the rock base down
on road 48 running east ."
o --
o. Florida's capitol will have anew morning daily-the Florida from Starke it has been estimated that thirty days will see i.oitiors OPPORTUNITY: Weeks, who rendered distinguish.

4'' ] State News, first issue to appear February 8th. the last of the rock dumped at the county line. Last Wednesday rnit SOUTHERN: GIRLS ed service In Co. G., 2nd Florida
the road crews had reached. a point near Hornsby, where (Continued from Page One) Cavalry, and Co. F. 4th Florida Infantry -

Negro Shrinera have been forbidden to use the name. the roads fork, half way the distance to the Clay county line. sculpture.derneath the On the central reverse croup; side of of John, C.Milton S. A.Brown lee, Jr., honoring 15-Day

1i They can organize a Kane Korn Kotten organization instead.o Additional trucks will be put on in a few days, as the distance the medal l la a miniature reproduction his grandfather J. !MLBrownlee
increases: and the contractor expects to complete the of the figures of Jefferson 1st I-t. Co. II, Berries
Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stone- Batt. of Mississippi.
s Starke is! to have a hard! surfaced road to Kingsley Lake road work well within the time limit says the Starke Tele- wall Jackson, which are now being Mary Brownleo In memory of Determination

just as Gainesville will soon have one to Newnan's Lake.- graph. This road is being built from Starke east toward carved, on the mountain. In the her grandfather, Gen. N. A. Butch
Gainesville Sun. Clay county. It is understood that work on the road in Clay top edge of the medal Is l a perfo- of Co. C 2nd Florida Cav, and who
rated Blot, BO that It can be worn at the time of his death was MaJ.
county is making good and it is the entire '
-- progress expected
as a watch fob or luvuller. Gen. commanding the United Confederate -
Pity that Tallahassee cannot substitute hot air for gas. system will be linked up within a few months. The Telegraphsays In addition to this very Inter Veterans of Fla.

I They would have an inexhaustible:! source of supply from the the county commissioners of St. Johns county have ap- e"Untoken/ of membership In the Lnoile Carolyn Mitchell\ In memory

legislative halls. proved the tolls to be charged to cross the bridge at Green Children's Founder Itoll, the I of her grandfather F. P. Shaffer S.
name of each child will be recorded of Kllcreases Artillery.
cr- Cove Springs, and have assured those in charge that the road In a treat book of memory William Henry Graham. Jr., In
The stork visited the Storck family of Delavan, Wis., for from the bridge to St. Augustine would be completed as soon which will be deposited upon an memory of his great grand; uncle,

', the seventeenth: time recently. A change of name or resi- as the bridge is opened to traffic. This will give the people of altar or within a vault especially Andrew J. Callahan.
l y provided for that purpose In Memorial -
Albert Eugene Wall, Jr., In
denco might load) the bird astray. Starke and those living along the line of road 28 a short cut Hall. Each name will be memory of Ms grandfather, Lawrence -

e-- to St. Augustine Green Cove Springs and other cities along recorded upon a separate line and D. Wall, who served In Co.
The Times-Union could adopt one good feature of the the East Coast. with It will be recorded Jie address A, 2nd Florida Cavalry.Ethnline'Chile .
Road 28, when completed will open up :some of the child, and the name of
Tampa Tribune, that of locating its editorial in the first In memory of
page fine farming country'and give farmers a chance to get their the Confederate soldier In whose'her 'great grandfather! (!eo. 10. A.
: section of the Sunday issues. truck to market in a short time. Work has been in progresson memory the child's dollar was White, First 1 Florida Reserves Co.
contributed. The child will rccive n,
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The the road for some time, and it is predicted that it. will be a certificate showing the
Eustis since
Lake Region says these boyish bobs came
Dorothy nay White, In
completed on scheduled time.-Times-Union. number of the puce and the nun memory
in style it is almost necessary for a man to loosen a mouse in i her or the- -line- upon which ins 01' of her great; grand; uncle Richard
the barbershop before he can get his weekly shave.o I -p her name was recorded. S. Farrow, one of Oen. Jackson's
The question of selling the municipal plant to outside power The book of memory Is beIng .scouts, Black Horse Troop 4th
o interests is made to order for the Children Virginia' Cav. and who was mor-
a knotty one and our town officials
F Gainesville's one cent tax on gasoline for municipal paving are studying Founders IColl. The pages will be tally wounded In action
4 was passed over the mayor's veto this week. Auto own- it from every angle. It goes without question if the power made of the most enduring parchment Eunice Elizabeth Canova In
company will give the town a substantial reduction in present paper that science has de memory of her grandfather. feo.!
(. ers are alerady paying more than their share of taxes. P. Canovn, Co. O, 2nd Fla. Inf. and
g vised. The will be recorded -
municipal rates it would be to the town's advantage to sell)), names
later In
telegraph service for Con-
0Si with indelible ink so that the LI
but a continuance of these lower
rates would be problematicalwith record will endure for centuries. federates.
A pessimist is a bald headed man who buys: a bottle of
the plant and transmission lines in outside hands even A child may enroll In the nook Martha Florence Powell In
hair restorer and asks the clerk to wrap upa a comb and brush though the town has the Memory! the name of more than memory of her grandfather; D., L.
privilege of franchise
with Tallahassee Democrat.) Then an optimist is a man granting a to one Confederate ancestor, by paying Alvarez: Co. n, 2nd Fla. Cavalry.
another company or bond for municipal should rates William' Powell Jr.,
a system honoring
who marries secretly and expects' it to remain a secret.A one dollar for each one enrolled ;
be advanced. This would only lead to a rate war.. with the but In such cases there the memory of his great granduncle I
., u James He Loach Co. K. 3rdS.
must be fllled out a separate enrollment -
'
Houston, Texas, church dropped 3,700 members from stronger company winning. The unlimited source of current blank for each and the C. Regt.; and Co. F. llth S. C.

;, its rolls because they refused to sign a pledge renouncing offered by the power company has its advantages, any one will name of the child must appear Inf.

dancing, card playing and theatre going. This pastor evidently admit, if it can be secured without tying our hands against upon each. great MnrlaVeeka\ grandfather; In ,memory Tolbert of her T.
!More than child memorialize -
one may
believes it quality rather than quantity. future action, and it can be sold cheaper:-where it has to be the same Confederate Chl..mfolll'oe. Co., Ky., Home

o done. Speaking of a similar situation the Gainesville Daily ancestor, but In such cases there Guards.W. .

City council deserves a vote of thanks for refusing to allow Sun says: "The power companies have at no time shown must be filled out separate enrollment T. Weeks, Jr., In memory of
blank for each child and hit grandfather Hon. W. T.
a carnival outfit within the city limits. Since the petitioningby themselves to be spotless angels working for the upbuildingof the name of the ancestor must appear Weeks 1st I.t. Co. O. 2nd Fla. n 1.

the women's organization several years ago to prohibit this state to their own loss and detriment. They have as upon each Cav. and let Lt. Co. F, 4th Fla.

carnivals, Starke has been' free of such outfits. their purpose! in Florida the making of money. They haveno There have been enrolled on theChlldren'lI In[ ?. In prison at Ft. Taylor Key
( Founders ]Holl In following West five months 50 DRESS !
;t o benevolent and no philanthropic motives. They must deal names, and the medals Karl Leslie niggs.!; Jr., In memory -
t' The Tampa Tribune says "What is needed on a lot of and be dealt with as a business organization, and despite thegreat will be delivered by Its county of his grand uncle, Sgt.( John
chairman at the C. of C. meetingto 1'':. Burnseed. Co. r>, 1st Florida PATTERNS
American highways is a caterpillar tractor with lightness masses of propaganda which they are spreading over
Cavalry. Killed in battle
j
: be held at the club\ house.
a and speed of an automobile" And what a lot of drivers on our entire commonwealth, through writing through men in Martha Elizabeth IJrownlee Emmett Key Perrymnn In memory -

ya our highways need is an automobile with the speed; of a cater- their employ and through myriads of sympathizers whose honoring her grandfather W. T.DON'T of his grandfather ,Tns. L
Perrymnn Co. O. 19th Ga. Inf.
s r pillar. I. ,I Comer Peek Perrvman.. In memory -
i -p of his great grandfather; John FREEI

C The Times-Union is authority for the astounding state- Wright Patterson, Lt. Co. A, 67th I

ment that "General Chang Tso Lin and Wu Tei Fu will sup Georgia.Ruby Davis deceased, with On Opening

,' port Edwin T. Meredith of Iowa or Governor Angus :McLean whose name no proudly borne by

of North Carolina should William G. McAdoo not seek the SAY BREAD SAY! the: C, of C. chapter, is enrolled
I that of her maternal grandfather; Hour
Democratic presidential nomination" Hope they don't write Jas. L. Perry man, Co. G. 19th Ga r
their platforms in Chinese script.I. Int
"+-S o I J. T. Moore Jr.. of Lnwtey In J

O. Fender has been re-elected chairman of the Citrus: memory of E. J. Smoak, his maternal -
great grandfather of Co. F., Be HereYith I
l.- county school board. The Tampa Tribune thinks he oughtto 1st S. C. Artillery.

be good on running. Maybe he's just just naturally benton Patsy Lee Roberts Lawtey In
honor of her maternal great The Crowd
running boards at that.-Times-Union. HOLSUM
Speaking of
grandfather Co. G, 47th Ga. Inf
county boards, Bradford has To-rodo, on the road board The above names may be credited -
: Hinsons Crews on Gainey Hill and I Underhill! as commissioners to any of the young; ladles And Get One :
contesting; for the prize trip.
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'; ..while on tf.e school board Sm'l'pllchlY: Kickliter, but we ,I Other applicants will receive

; "iloubt it.Too theIr medals ''at an parly date. I
T' o Certificates will be Issued all,

many of our Starke citizens leave their cars parkedon Ask Your Grocer He Knows showing name was; page recorded and line In the upon big which book Sam

the streets, in some instances all night. Locking the ig- ot memory.

nition system does not bother an expert even a beginner can I I Much Interest has been aroused
I among the Starke HI"nil school stu-
figure out the wiring of
soon diagram the most used cars Rosenberg'sDept.
I etents several of whom will qualify -
and start the engine where he has the necessary time given as contestant and whose names

; him by car owners who leave their cars outside waiting to will be published! at a later date.

be driven off. Starke i is no longer an isolated town the improved Other schools la the county will StoreTHE
Delivered Fresh Dailv : be visited In the interest of this
roads brings the crooks as easily as it docs the honest ,. contest.
- man. Mrs Townes Randolph Leigh BIG STORE
state chairman for Children's
o I Founders Roll Stone Mountain
Speaking of the Clay county road system, to be complet- :, Confederate Memorial working Starke, Fla.J'fa .
cd within the next few months, the Green Cove Springs'' i j with Mrs. Lucia S. Alvarez chairman _
j h __ for Bradford county. --
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