Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00972
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Established 1879 ,_ ubs'riplion-Fr fear $1.50! ; Six! .Months, 7.">c--I'aytibK* i in Advance! 10. S. Matthew Owner and Publisher
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, I CLIMB 317509.00': STATION IS TOPE 11 1

TO Professor Kelly, the teachers' j i CLUBHOUSE : ARE READY FOR BIDS t iTrll ,

I ERECTED and patrons of the Bradford! High I r
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I School are iniii'h Interested. In I the c 1)x

1 I 17.1.IXXI:1.11110( I Juui'tM Hampers' SIrii\ .".,f berries Itcnns and' Tu11l0R NOT VOTING I'ower <'ontpnny' t.1I"k.: .. sinikoHub | movement being started to orgnnIK Ilr> !Slimier I I.. l A""')' of Tiiaipii, tolt Additional. Hoods I'liitMeil, f..j. MEN I WHO{ SHOT t a

.' Irnve I'lat forms I "WET" TICKET; I Tor NlriliiilliiK' blurs nil "ImmiiiMlN program !in the 14' l'I.It'II.,1| SI"{ '"''.''' of ""'&t Ii J'vl'il, MIIiiK iif 11
L 'Si ___ .,'(tool.! Dr. J 11.) 'f. Wilson diet,'ii't "":30..1 /L/1CIIINITB/J
Oter) Lunge Territory liciiltli ofllcer, representing the the I 1111\;
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With the
strawberrynearlng season L; _
Labor has been *omniunlcuhle" illNOitfi bureau of '
I \its .end combined nhlpnieuts so frequentlyput MucClonny: -Tmo bill cliarg-
of strawberries and beans on the wet side that It Is IntweHtlng Workiis Htartoil this. week at the. stale board of hpniili." Ill u A !lieiiutlfiil 11,1011"hkh, IByenily Illdn are" belnK' railed for 1 onhe lug assault with Intent to murder

from the Starke-Lnwtey section to rend the statement by .McMeeklu: :\ conslructliiK the. lifl1)00 ,- talk before I the school. .. Tuesday ]! oliHeived by the "'. .T.1'eeks .:, ( i onxtriK lion. of tu: 1-2:! lulli'Mof warn I'etnrnod by Halter county'

for the past ten clays amountedto the "Union Labor Advocate" of ) volt lino of the Florida I'ower emphasized tlu Importance of Inirmtmity ', i'ha pier., I'. r>. C, In Ibo now lateral roads I thin serhnd,) grand jury here I against

I 174,310 quarts of berries and Chicago, putting I the American Ai l.lKht Company t Into Starko, following progruniR,, in .the schools us'. keeping oft,'murlul liny. Thin ;firoup In t tb e rond ImproveinontIliroKium I, ,M I House, Tnmpa r"I"'Ity.hlllilt now nerv.
2826 hampers of beans by workman unreservedly among the l practically the old< rnlnt- n snfet>' llrst ineasuie In the i>io- I:: a do) set apart fur words' of fur\ UriulfiMd""\ county being Inc a 70-yeat' sentence at tlm Mate .

it express drys. that I ka road to the relation of coniirjunlinblo tI llaoaiesamong I pralHO, lieuutlfiil music and. madu up of ten different .
and freight. I In t addition l to considerable 1 through with the 7'Ie the school I popnluilon. the I with Mowers Jells. Illds will ha opened! ,
who hi'
f quantities of both products ; people usedto near rPSa1t. This II graves a .convict and, n Thomas, a. ,
handled, truck ring up the worklngman's pay line will run to a transformer station I He predicts tliut with a betterunderstanding I memory of_ thorn d"cl'I"ell11'11\ \... I I 24 and' In vtowof! the largo/ Irn-//negro convict .
by out of
Jacksonville Gainesville and other check and, then send him homo on the outskirts of Sturkewhere : qn the putt! of the Soufedera. \,\ ..'av!'r4lora. I I her. ot l lildd. I'eielved,1 7A r C o The Indictments Moro mudi In
I 'public<< of the known nlethodti"bf) tion of the Urn! 'group with the
points (;rowers were paid a penniless. the current will bo reducedto ; Till*Teur the son-lien. will taUiplain > ,'onn"l'llol with I the Investigation

I total of $62,293 for berry shipments This Chicago labor publication 13.000'oltll and triiunmltted disease prevention, cud a larger .nt !the. Woinan'H flub houseSiuuluv accompanying, low IlKures, Iliotrnxtees "' of the shooting near hero In January

s beans bringing!': an average!': believes the wets use the personal to Baldwin, Jake llu Her, Creel measure of co-operation with the n' ': IIftl'rl"WI1.111'. 24, 11127:! expeit to ho In positionto cif, Rtnto AI..l'lnh'lI.l.lt of

. of $1.60 per hamper or a total of liberty argument because they j Cove Springs and Hampton.For luallh I ofllclals and 1 ujiyNlcl.iiiH\ ',111 :2:1,1! : : o'clock.. The :Memorial let Iho Hpcond<<1 road > o lit met, I Pilson' Farms J. 1lltch dlrlng I
there will lie measure'of with anothor\ big salting to the tax
; $45,218. nouns will start moving have no economic grounds In the' several weeks work of locating a stronger address will bo delivered by Dr. 'u hunt for the three men who had

I in car lots from both Sturke and face of the tremendous the lines running' out of .appreciation( of situ measures.I Slimier I.. Lowry of Tampa who hill)" '1'11. escaped fl..1 the Rnlford prison

I ty of the American Starke lias been ',! Many ot the known preventable Is coimn.iiidor-ln-i The "road provided/ for underthis lanai Mr. lllltch
1.llwl..y first of next week lroIlP..rl-1 under wily and I of tlio Sons subsequently recovered -
'\ Shipments from Lawtey for the the saloon was It was stated Monday that actual i diseases, until as .diphtheria, of Confedoriito Veterans I group' 'urn as follows: and Iho heroic work of u 4 v'

10-day period totalled 27 cars by enthusiasm with which the "Union | work had started. on constructingthe i pliold fever suit! smallpox! 11'-// I nimi'd lately after the exercisesat Itoud, No. 1I--SIII..kn:! meat to life-tinier. Hlghsmllh of Tumlll.
I 'the resultant economic' waste mid I tiny countV {inn (Hessanl Komi' )
freight 48 80-quart freezers by Labor Advocate" endorses the high tension line to this point. tile club house the! tloceral' Ingcoiniiiilleo during the nu-lwo gained ') n
claim' the W. I Current ; low of life could ho entirely eliminated. h a t- Baud No.: 12- Sill rku by liowellLuke .
express The Srjirke movement C. T. U. has been wlIbe\ available for the tOI'lh'I''lIh nil others Pal( rills
.. to hand 3.
went out entirely by open express putting out under the (caption summer homos on Klngaley Lake wishing to take I part will motor' I In WllllmnH and the negro pleaded
AH first In ho Koad No. :ail 1e""II:1: (to ItomlI (
a step I Immunity
and freezers. 119 80-quart fre..z.EI'II. "Prohibition Promotes Prosper-1! as Moon nil the line In put through (C'roHby cemetery where the sprvlces '- not guilty at nn arraignment and
''pt'ogrnnl for the .1 I by leorno( (Cone and Itoniiiu Alva I
56 64-quart freezers and 193 ty" I* based on a good taste of east from Starke., This line will HI Imol\ hero the will bo eoncliidod, by dpcor-, Ihelr Irlnl IH lo begin Wednesday,

crates by open express.Movement better times, better homes, better i also serve the I'eniiy colony west j| Schlck text will bo offered to tint alhiK 1 the graves of. I the deiimsedveteraim. ( res. llonsn' will not ho tiled on the 'r4

divided as follows]\ : food better clothes. As an extra of Green Cove Springs, I I I! pupils. a dimple old entirely h a'mtest 1 Baud N'II. 2H: Vanilei, ,'bill dlll'lt In view of the heavy sentence 'J'"
less which the Bchool l III haul. 5 bv Sum Whltelieilds.
proves susceptibility ) \
Starke-Freight, none. Express bit of Information the article calls I -- bo IH now serving.WlllliiniH I '.
The. '
t to Thu public) Is cordially Invited J .
diphtheria. test
19,270 quarts. Prices high 40c; attention to the 3D !labor owned '' and Ih" negro were : I
will he given voluntarily out to lake purl In them services.The Koad No.: 10 Itond 3 to :-:...IVleh..r be,4\ ,
r' Keystone <
Heights '
v low, 18c; average 25c.Lnwtey banks (all started since prohlbl-1' hug held, In lire linker county( Jail ti
i of parents onl, Request program follows: Station by Hen llpnfroe.Itoad .
-Freight' I 101.200 lion ) now holding $111,000,000 llonso who IH In solitary confinement
Music by oicheNtrn.Inviu'utliin ( No I III ti Itoad 7 t
blanks will he Kent to parent r..rthl"lr Itoud lo
quarts Kx press, 3,810. Total In deposits; and with resources of nf the l'I'IHIII. was not .
The organization. of a Clays, ( signuturas.llr "': Itev. l L. \\ KlckIller. I II)' Will Andrews.Uoad l'i r
155,040 quarts Prices high 42c; even larger figures. (brought 1 lo Maci leiiny.
County chamber of Commerce was I No 17 Ib'aoltl'r J'
Wilson, acting for the state to New
"From time ._
low 23c: Sue to time Individual ) I
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di5ruseedVednesdny .evening board In co-operation with the Welcome., Mrs. It. llopo haul by 11.V.. Maxell.Itoad ( .

Total shipped Wednesday labor unions will side" with the Apr. 13, nt a community meeting I local physicians, will I 1 I emit the pri'MliU'litV.( T.. \\'...- A.'l'kH'j' No.: 15 Rand, 1 to Now ."i \., '1\1: f 'OOt11' /'

,, night 671,310 quarts. enemies of prohibition says the at Keystone Inn. Mr. If. i IJ. Wilson, ofJreen work next week. Hope llrldKU. bv Otis Hurry.lload \.IIJII I ,1
Net to growers 272293.! article, "but ns n whole the laboring .lilt ItVISVLI'DI'1: '
( Cove Springs former sea Iteuillng. "Music: lu Camp, Mrs. No I IS Itoad 1 In Detune 1111

Bean shipments, $45,:.16. I people have been more than ,captain and, organizer of what now .r--- L. (II.i 1 Powell. \\'. T. Weeks chapter llrldKK/ bv Jan Kelly. -.- .- (
Total net to $317,609: nut lulled. No single class of peo I ; I'nlh'u.k ,
growers ROAD j
has! become the Cireen Cove 28 BIDS historian. Koad 1':0.1i: :!! Hock (Clinrtli tnllond (ul'in1.. "f11. :
ple have benefited more from pro- :Jfi.! ('nn will visit tin l
Springs Chamber of Comme..e.lellv"I'1 Male Quintet.' "Annlu Lnln'loeMessrs 1 at linn llyrcls. .I'kl. 11 1 ) ,

The bill! by Representative F. L hibition than the laboring people." ( n very good l talk on thosubject OPEN :MAY 12 L. I"'. Smith': S. H.: Hitch. pulilli hoolH. In our' city- -lay
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D. Carr of Hlllsborough[ ; county p I of proxy Tho most popular. boy In Y
1 mull< organizations. Mr. L II. Powell and .1. II. I'owell.! "TO| in it i 1.1.11111111"IeH'I'i : '
to forbid the making publishing .'1..1. YOR'S COURT Orasslleld, also' of rireen Cove': Address, Dr. Sat tiller" L. Lnwry. 1'111..1 bus /accepted I tlm appoint I 1

dissemination or circulation of advertisement Spring organizer of various chambers Slalo Itoml llcparlinciildtcillx- I !Male Quartet!, ".luiinlla." Cominander-ln-Clilet of

containing any untrue Mark Lowe disorderly case set of commerce, told of the hug Two I'wIMIs 1 in trad-I !Solo: "Love's Did Sweet! Song" i I III. \'. II..Ik. llpHHpmer ('II Y. N., C.) tin w"I.III\\1 Junior 1"Klol' -

deceptive or misleading statement for Monday benefit to bu derived. from a chain- ford (Coin l>' John Powellllelietlii I j (Home: up wliore HID SIIII'H Hlilnlnx.Wliero (. ,1 11'/III llnl( devoted lo promoting '

assertion or ,representation by any ('. H. Clark doing business her of commerce which will Include << 'i linn, Re'V. i I'<:. M. II 11111.s. I' the \\euther" lit bnlmy und llrst aid, kIO\I"llgA among 1

firm corporation\ or association without license continued. the entire county. Judgol' -- -.- _. |i iIIIIMI fair.Come hoys mid, glrlH 'II I Iho honit I hit

was among tho bills which passed Jasper Dell, speeding" In school Geiger" of fireen; C'ovo | The stale road department willleielvn I '11:1'si iis: : ;MIITThe I : : up lo Iho mountain<< \\ horoI every buy and girl) In tlm connlry
on second reading.FLORIDA. .. SIII'IIIIoIII'1 bids on :May 12 for.. 1'\1"-\ will hoi'ome ns an iicllvomiMiilier. I
zone, $10 and costs.Kml and Senator P. :Mlllor i no heiul'H aro pining; .11..1.,1
ing Kiiibblng, grading and for the I
: llrown disorderly forfrl.... stone.. Heights, were also speakers I lion \id of t llond 1 Trustees 1 of Where. yon brdlllllali11d'a, pure .
ed at the meeting. At the close\ ( oust ruction of diulnage structures fresh air.' Them al l'1) now over 700,001)) ) )
$10 bond. of I i Itindford, eoiintv" met Apr. I 12. In i I
SOIL Jonnie Smith disorderly con the mooting .Mrs.; Smith led In i' on tho r irt of State Road j.julluiuu.e.d.s.vajjjji.\Jjl\( \ IIIPIII- I ('UII'". wboro" the. Halibut' IH a day, members In I the .Innlor ""Klol. otwhltli fro

tinued. some songs after which refreshments 2R: running 'ii.r'juftlv':" nrnrtfoTitcounty hers present. This being. a meetIng ,'h"of' !Holy teat .hUkh' I'o"/tll/ IH now Iliuhonorno I' Ile
GROWS BULBS a dlstaiue of. 23.12: miles, ,'nnl And the nS
Robert Tucker concealed weapons \ were nerved. for ipeeUIng/ bliN as per nd- Where no Htoims( ever bnut nffaltiHt/ mnT"I.r.
60 days. A largo' crowd attended. I the entertainment iKtordlng" to advertisements now I verllsemeiit for I tlm onstrnrtlon j our iiiiiiny craft; 'help of them mcmhors In I tlio can' HOof :

Victor and social given at the ,running. This work IH divided Into \\hero I llm iikltm( lire" bl to. HiHl old, bus ,pi lived Invaliml.l.i'
Senator. I'letiherililseil. i.amb, reckless' driving Iuf i I Inteiiil" roads, for |Ilit' purehnseof
two projeils, project! No. 710 .
$5 ho ail.r.Mov.\. I school house Friday evening, Apr. I trnctorH. for a uir of w h'o fencilng I And Hie people' urn.. laving and .ibui'I ng HIP 11111. ;tut'' .
ItnlliH' SncieHNriilly Crown; In the I'nlon Bounty.' line' to Sturko, I llealtli oilliem tool ediipiilloiintiixpoils
.--- I I ir Rohm Cooper[ won tlm bathIng / and for npproKlmiiloly 4,000 I II'Uo.I .

"'11"10 Heel{Ion ;MIV is.sri-3 IIO.MIS: s| suit which. was offered! us a : 11.12 miles, and proje.it' No. 717 j I (eta' e pa515.Itids I, Come' whom I Ibo (lowers. bloom In urn giving I heir wludehPlll'leil li
from Starkn to. the Putnam I
I.'onIOIU'; : M-W l; KOIDSTiillauussee. prl/o to I the bust speller lu an oldi <
  • I Ifill' I
    12 miles
    In length.
    The I i fashioned 1 spell-down.( Following I lln.> road', construi-llun : Theru son (lowers Hint bloom In ,"k. feeling Hint It IH ono
    following letter from R \V. I j
    I The right-of-way. for Itond 28 llm most essential and valuable -
    Dunlap, acting secretary of the Apr. 20.A bill to the Hpell-dnwn ice cream and (Contract, wan awarded. lo Griffin Iho valley
    will bo 100 feet, wide, tlm .stale
    authorize Union to Issue cake were' sold .and, the remainderof Construction Company of Jacksonville And on the moull..11. top high, IIIOV"I"ts ever IUllnd.. Inllm '
    department of agriculture to Senator county I road department, having abandoned of healthKfmultanooiisly l: '
    Duncan U. Fletcher replyIng :150.000: In bonds for the purpose the evening was devoted to I FlaI That Hhow'H 11 touch of hlx lovlugcnro. 111..111 1)1111. .
    the old 1 id-fool!( right-of-way as with (than '
    I apes.| ,
    of stunts I I The( inntract' for Into four Crawler la
    to the senator's Iiurd-Hiirfuclng Stale Roads ,
    rewarding Inadequate. Deeds. have been .
    1 Senator nnd Mrs. F. I*. so- I thoso thai' bloom by t huriver lal mm week's C'IHI." In flemi- )
    Nos. 19! and. 06 In the county i Miller Type tractors was awarded to There urn
    bulb was
    growing In Floridawill .
    cured" for HIP additional width of tnry I+h'sl I Aid to bo In Iho
    be of Interest to our readers. passed by the house of representatives !i lof Keystone heights, entertainedwith roadway. where t tho present griido I i :McDonald\ & Iliirgman of Jackson- I i: .side corn' public schools tlm druggists Ilv"1 of t ,

    In addition to instance meiitlonei under waived rules today I;, n dinner party Kuntor: Sun vII It'. Flu.. The. proposllIon curried J Ji I Wliero tonrlnts KO by. w
    will be used and. for the
    I new will boys
    of bulbs being and certified to the senate. The'' day Apr.( 17 at Keystonn Inn. Thegcoxtx i the PHI'h lingo of Ihreo. wiioel typo {f'oine where tlm Kendo breex.oHoftly AII"I'II'I 111'01 ul.1 111'1. I
    grown I right-of-way where It has been In than Aid,
    In the Waldo section con..ld..rableacrl"ale measure was Introduced by Representative ', Included<< Mr. Ueiiinar, Sr., straightened | Inn 'ions now owned by ibo. board.\ blowHAmi .llllnl' 1"I. J I Ml
    I I''I out.
    the '
    For I
    is devoted to bulb A. I). Andrews of Un- ]I I Mr. and, Mm. Daniel Ueunior Jr., I In I Ia'rbl'IIla'rswere,\< : J.IVAn- I Hie Hcenery IH lovely to buhol.l ,- 1'111'1'1" Jllllulc'olrllo :
    No .
    growing announcement hat been 11
    '; l' In I prepared' for ifmmhtrs
    Ion county. 'Major; / ) mill 1 1lrs.'I'e"on.' [ Mr. and drews Jr, of Starke. Fin. ; International Ih'HlIIII. 1
    east of Lawtey In tho old
    made concerning thu of thostale
    : plans of Iho First Aid
    "Cracker Six" neighborhood., ___._ __ I ITO Mrs. F. :II"Llrath mid son, ( I I Harvester l (Company of I ('"mo where the( lofty mountain .111'1' 1''IoII.n.
    Frank Jr., Mr. and :Mrs. "'. S. ; road department for surfacing Jacksonville Kla. ; J. I"'. .. peaks liIMS the sky in eiiiolliiienl 1 In HIP Junior First
    lion Duncan U. Fletcher OIUJXM/I: : SONS: OF c 0:\ I this road through Bra llabbltt and daughter', Aliens And tho Hliedn hah Legliin Ihl''IKf 1
    : Mrs Jackminvllle. Kla.. mid mm I '
    I'IDI'1R.tTl': 1111111
    : VKTIH\.VS: :
    (1.UII'1 I the: usual' prncediire being to '
    United States Senate. ICelsenmann und daughter Mil Itolhihllil.., Jaiksonvllle, HeyIlOI..j of K'oryCo driiKglsl gives any boy or girl a

    Dear Senator:- I dred., .low: the grado to stand' from fond I This contract for cur << in o up l to <1'V"1111', SprliiKMIV compact first old, kit and u verycomprelienslvo .
    Immediately. after the .0 six months before, tlm lime-rock i
    Your letter of Apr. 2, requestIng Memorial TheVoman's Club' Keystone\ I wai 'awarded'' to Slrlcklund llardwnro ( Ih" road Hide blub, course of Instruction i
    services Sunday afternoon Apr I base. Is IlIld.I I In I than biiHlc first" aid I things to ,
    information regarding the Heights held, Where the wuler'H
    a meeting at the <'o., of Valdinln, fla.I pure HH crystals '
    :21! I. Dr. Siimter I. Lowry Com- With work going( on (his summer do strikes. :
    of the
    adaptability soil and climate club house flow wh"1
    on Thursday afternoon I I Other bidders wpro: N. II. Hull __1I..I..lt
    mundi-r-in-chlef of the Sons of on more Ihan 50 miles of latIornl I I
    of Florida to commercial bull Apr 1.1. During the business jSlnrke, Fin.; DeWlIt t!. JOIIOH 1"1'1 Ilf -Klvln; fountain rolil. '
    4 I IT rot
    Confederate Veterans graded 1 roads, of ,
    will grading road
    give a 111 I" .1'1011
    growing bus been received. meeting; Mrs. Shirley Holmes' Kliirke, Klu.; Baird 1 Hunt warn (' (COIIIH on up lo (Carolina
    talk: to alth\ l eligible In ,' 'I28: surfacing of Iho Ilrooker road, i' 0"1
    < sons
    Our' experts In the Ilureati of! was. elected to succeed And for than rest of lives buy
    Slaw liarper '- laiiiPHVlllo( 111., and J. (1. your > 3fl loud: The fullowliig mi mud goadcud
    'Plant I his community In which he will the paving of streets In Starke.
    Industry feel that bulb Smith tit secretary of the club I loplier ('f) J kHonvllli, ), 1'i Chris-I, H KlorloiiH time.CIIA lawful buvo regularly
    them I In.. section of the should I 1.1 A
    encourage to organize a county IH
    has been 'all '
    growing; not carried tar Mrs Smith IH leaving town -- -
    Soven bids. wero ci'lved> for I -
    drawn from the list of thrcn

    enough on n commercial\ scale in 1'111111.amp .of Sons of Confederate- ''' shortly. Mrs. Pierce then entertained experience<<\, n quiet will summer.bo expended Considerable ,' I the. (dawn goats' ranging: ( from HlenlH I INS T O R I-: h n ml rod smarted nil/ men from I llm a

    allY of our slates to Justify very with two vocal( sel"tlonll.Llltlo money '' t.i :'h cents ea, h. TIll! .
    'un-j list of registered voters of mild
    There are In this |Ion the different projects SEEKING' LOC1I'i'1OXIv11ns < a
    vicinity now
    ." positive statements rewarding the many Old Woman I _
    j In
    limy, und A ,11'llI'l I wits nwardod to J. S. ( .
    for himself
    i i "each to be
    .,' with Confederate ancestry and ready for starting and In uddl-1<< 'lIIty. a
    adaptability of Little Bit of 'I
    area Honey
    1'I1IIIIIIII..d' of l.uwti-y/ Kla. for 11 cents
    to u special bulb crop However they owe It to those braves of old I Ito by Mrs:\ K. A. Smith at the piano.1'i lion oth'r(1'.111) of Intern! roads'I IIiH eachIkNKJHI. (O'n.! K. : president, and'( IWo pormiiiully appear before tho
    i Judge of the Circuit. Court In and
    the work with the white keep. their memory ever green. Iced 1 tea and wafers will bo ready for letting before general' mmi.iuei" of Ilan Indcpeiident
    paper were served -- ----
    I .
    At present there few I IConfelerato the summer is far' advanced.UNITE !. .ilk Stores, of was for lirailford county, Floil.la, nt
    narcissus which has been carried very during the social hour that fol-1, ; Mil.I, : : .f.u'k".nvllI. A.
    the I i null honnn" In Starke, of mid
    v..terunll.lett and the -- -- llllMllle'lH. Vllllol, III Mllllke WedncHiluy ,
    on In Florida. In the vicinity ol lowed 'I'S'I''I'I': : IIKHU;!I .\ vTullnbnHHPn. I a ,
    time IH rapidly approaching when It STORES lookliu; tb" territory loiinly' and state, on Mondiiy' thu2nd
    Sanford nIl DeLand Indicates that I :Mr. and :Mrs. Robertson( und ,\1
    day, of May A. 1). ut
    soils which used without an organization of sons tohelp Mrs. loodfellow of Apr. 20 Thn road and I seeking, u I'wall" for unolliernf 1127.
    on are usually Lawtey. spent TO OPEN HERE
    I the hour of 10 I o'clock ., ofsled
    ) the daughters carry on, the I leadliiK from this intrrseaIlan of bis chain grin "ry ston-H Sir
    for "
    the production of celery' mid I Sunday:: In Keystone Heights. A branch more, of t tlm UnitedFive : ,
    I day. III serve grand andppllt
    Memorial work for Confederate [ Knuil, No IN. with State, llvans: Is of the opinion that with 114
    similar vegetable .crops the paper :Sir mid :Mrs. Palmer and daugh I State
    II lid Ten Cent Stores
    11101"11In I for tlm body ot 'the
    "white narcissus does well. The Veterans will cease tt'r.Ionll.! have returned to their I Woodbrldge building formerly Komi No I l3: In Sturkn. to lie I the I ever Increasing leirltory' bpfug Jlrll'lI
    All men eligible for Sons of Con- I made available. by the eon- iniinty of Iiradford nt llm spring
    vegetative growth Is quite sat.i-. home In Maine.C. state prison' farm. n distance' of
    occupied by J./ F. Klcklltor.us A. I ) .l)27.!) of our, Circuit
    federate Veterans of ma.Is.Klurke tl'rl
    factory and the development of I please meet Dr. Wesley Larson and F. S. soon us the Interior Is ready r..r'lI'cuponI'Y. seven( nillH which IH now( a I>lIh-I''.lrlUol Improved I. 4
    Court, In and for said county to-
    Immediately after the Memorial I would, bo Ideal
    .owry mi
    bulbs has been good. Just how I LllnllC'ren.lto, are attending Stetson A of llc road would) hI iliiHlKiiutitil aIatu10 1..lllnl
    I services In the Woman's representative under I for a i groiery store, At tlmpresent wit:
    road and I proved 'hall
    111ofltable the Industry may ;proveto club. University at DeLand Hpent tho IIrm from Lakeland was. In i iStarke W H.: "(.rk IIIH. :M.\ O. Ilnrroll.
    { the. terms of bill presented 10' I lime every available slursbuilding
    be remains yet to. be determin the week-end In Keystone Heights n
    Wednesday and secured | !
    n T. II. Rlgdon
    ed. visiting Mr.' Larson brother J. I I the senate i today hI'I"llIllor! 1 li. K.: Is occupied amid Mr. KVUIIH: 111"oIHI..r.rlblr ,1))
    leuso the building and slated'
    ; Clmrlln I Strickland. Hllcoj.
    I Ito
    remains yet to be discovered. I j I Knight of Slurko. It was referredI ,will defer lib plans until a sl.oreIs WII..I'
    In the vicinity of Waldo, Kla, Edwin: Larson. ; .
    i he would have his stock hero andin i S.V.. llrown, .. Tumor,
    With the exception therefore, Robert I I Ibo ran' ds und lilKhwuyH coinTiilllee. > I II vacated or one ""r"i'led. 'rllk
    It has been possible tor at I -.tst A. Cooper of Daytona, readiness to
    open as soon as .. K:. K. J. L. liiiskliM
    -- --
    one grower to produce the to-cnll- of the paper white narcissus. and i spent Kaster with his parents :Mr. I tho building!': was completed. !I11HUni'it for recommendation." | -.;" rim M- it- S.11lnn"y.Andrews Lester M.
    osslbly the Chinese sacred lily It |I Senator 1 Knlxht'H bill would alsoappropriate 111.1. 11011. .rol. 1(10.
    ed Chinese sacred lily the Tuzettu and Mrs S. A. Cooper, of Keystone ; : .. )
    Edgar: M I. Thomim,
    narcissus very similar in cnarar- can' hardly be said that bulb culture -I'I IoPlortunlty Height I /' riiI I funds for currying out i 1'\1' Bllfll.:1 Ill \I Truman l.olllhllz.Thomas J. J. Mullen,

    ter and behavior to the Imported In Florida offers a very great Miss Ruth Corliss who Is attending the work The county rornmUsonerH ,
    TallahasHce. Apr. 2u. AutliorIV V.
    article. These two types of narcissus for extensive undertakings : Stetson. University arrived '' HE HEAVY ONES\|, | of Iiradford county would I; 1..11'< !f"re. I. I. Drown
    Ii. ISKIIO und sell u SII'O.OIf R. H. Wnnden. K. W. Moslny. Sylvester
    It Is not to be under- '' 'xrade the road and tin hard sor-
    which have In Keystone ,
    are the ones Heights Friday toI
    of bonds for hard-surfacing. T. Thomas, 3, C'.
    stood, however that other bulbous fare would !be put on by the Slate' .I"'k lruvll. H
    her .
    best of visit
    8a tar given promise tu.ceas parents.Another Chicago Ill Next month Is to I IllI'hwl'H In Iiradford county, inr'atatred Konne. J R. Roynl, W A. Harvey,
    ;'>ps may not prove well suited to Road Department, a'.rllln/l: tothe
    Florida conditions. buss .
    under 14-pound be the mlllenlnm.
    was strawberry
    I 1 1isiTH I In HIP senate today, was Raymond H. 11011 tiN, J. ('. Rhodnn,
    For a number of years Florida, Florida conditions Our Informa- taken from Brooklyn Lake this Five strawberry states that ship. bill_ lUKsed mid Immediately certified A .J. I,. J. David,' k

    ban been growing for early shipment lon at the present time does not week by ;Mr Abram Keystone\ chiefly In May expect' a combined Sc'luaul.rl.O.ISMY: I | f o the ho u no of representatives I.. Ilal'llll.Knoch (irIIIU.Rmlh. C. n.Hlrlckland. .

    to the northern markets a Justify positive statements concerning ,I Heights. :Mr. Abram was casting crop of '98.0".0IlfJ" quarts 38,500- I I 'IIiradford I:'h. bill was sponsored' by Senitor HI..x.' Froth A. Scott, K. H.

    considerable number of gladioli In them. Experience Is being with artificial bait. I 000 quarts more than lust season << Illith School will complete D. K:. Knight of Starke. CI"I'IIH.' J. H. Pnrrlsb, L. F..Smith. .

    various sections of the state. These accumulated with considerable Guests at Keystone Inn duringthe the government bureau of agricultural ; : '- .
    I HH l2!! -27 term on Friday )
    plants, however are grown chiefly rapidity by commercial growers past week are as follows: economics announced recently. : May 13, the commem ement exer- This bill provides the bond rrusnps ----.- _- '

    J for the cut spikes which can and Information based on such Howard, Paulhal, Palm Beach; 10:. Not only In the acreage In clHeM ink ing jihiiD daring that fol1. 1 ot Ilruilford county with au- All male persons applyln/ fur i imarringa

    be put In the market In advance experience will be disseminated by R. Ross Gainesville; Mr. and, Mrs these states Arkansas, Tennessee lowliiK week. This term started1! horlty to Issue I interest h"nrllll I licenses b<9 re

    of those from most other regions. the department as rapidly as it I C. V. Gllsson. Coldboro N. C. ; South Carolina North Carolinaand the third Monday In September legotlnblo' note against thin icasoln galred| ,| to file n certificate, by a v.+

    Various growers In Florida becomes> available. Devham N. C. ; C. W. Larson De- Virginia Increased 27 per cent'' Inn year, following\ the patron's II tax the proceeds tr"l which( I'hy..lul' mating that the applicant

    have for several years attemptedwith Regretting our Inability to placeat Land; F. S. Longren DeLand; F'I !but the Indicated yields per acre petitioning the trustees. to advance, "lain together with monies now has 1..1 thoroughly examined -

    more or less success to( pro- your disposal more positive information E. Smith Chicago; Mrs. I are one-fourth heavier. i the date of opening ivnlluble, to bn used In harl-sur- and Is free from communicable'

    duce the Easter lily Lllium longl- concerning the possibilities Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I Commercial production of fi a.111 certain roads classed In the dllll'ILel In a, bill Introduced, by

    florum. So far, the production of of commercial bulb production Overton Chicago; It. II. Andar1 1 strawberries In all the early and. Hills seeking financial relief for h.list bond election an roads to beuirfnced Senator W. T. Gary; of Ocala

    tills lily In the state has not proved In Florida, I am, ,'on.Iurray: Hill; J, II. Bozlc. ,second early states the report )! Mary (1. J'reratt of Hampton J.'s'' with clay gravel. .Under J >

    to be altogether dependable. It Sincerely yours. 4 Gainesville: Miss Lang Gainesville. I ,says, may amount to 146,500,000 j II H. Brown of Ilrooker, and JosephInn t''hit act the trustees will hnrd-sur- sent. highways in Iiradford county I

    may be that some particular feature ((5)) R. W. Dunlap. 'M 1 ; II. L. He bring. Galnenvllm; I ,quarts, a gain of nearly 50 per nardln of Clay county were i fi ace this /group of roads. using a er to The Htnte road l"alng, from Irool. 1 I

    of the handling of this crop Acting/ Secretary. '1.;Miss nishop, Gainesville. cent. I referred to the pension committee.l!' t ypo;: of paving/ similar to the prn- (tl come up on this program. first p Tp }


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    nit.tltKOIlD fOU.NTY T.IJ..n.U'J.: :, STARKR. FLORID J.'RIU..U'UUI 23, 1927.

    i |m itM, i ,i MM It was a ClUe I meted out to persons committing every person In the otate.: driving Ford Recovering From Injury

    1..1 |'iini' n ', >,i pi, i Imps It wa beI larceny while armed. any motor vehicle on a public I

    : ins" he Mill'-1' "I.Is head a tow Inches' highway on approaching railroad

    Much I ,i.j the IKII.! ) im Id-ntally In any The bill to prescribe registration crossings, to stop look and listen
    J o cMiit, It missed. him clean and fees for vehicles was introduced before passing thereover.
    Tommy fell over the grip. I
    by Representative, J. D.

    /"': v./> .*S Ra IhIUGI llo arose chagrined and road clear I Smith of Jackson county and was House bill No. 5, by Mr. Smith
    By This time ho came In
    if> through. referred to the committee on motor ot Jackson, makes: It unlawful to
    twinging. Just what the efficiencyman I
    vehicles and carries. The set fire to wild, forest woods
    1 difficult to for ha : any ,
    nld the efficiency man uppurently did It Is say
    .\\ HIM.
    S MUCK: TO"
    : schedule, of fees land marshes other thnn tho
    the by
    talking to himself.llo did not appear to bo doing anything provided by or
    JOHN hfird\v.nr imooKK.* mnwnnfr.. vldowrrrind Irjiventhe f stepped around to the rear of except falling to get hit. Ha bad his measure follows: Series A, motorcycles owner of such land.

    city. Hflrr nrrnn lmr with n the ,cir unlooned a Btror with a deft hands up but ha was not using them |3; series C, automobiles .- -
    firm ttt i-Hlrlf-nry' 'eniclnrrrn tooiMrnf motion and swung Constance's urip: on Tommy. Ito was dodging punches for private use, seating seven or 4
    Ma home, 1'hi* wlihimltli J
    kiiiMvlrdtt* ..f M.. (hrrfftr to thn pavement. mopping punches diverting lens persons. 25 cents a hundred, I 4 '
    noil All.... It Un't anlllIf. Erookc: ho Bald. with that. Ills faco wore o 1> LAWTEY
    lirixM:. rfllrlenr? rniel* Trcndwcll forward thoughtful look. Ho was not giving", automobiles known ns "driveit.I wIIpl'ndlng ;..--
    nt*.r* MWHUJIIM* control of thUriMike Tommy sprang ground but at the sumo limo ho )'our elf" cars pay $10 an automobllo -
    .Ituujvrholil. thnt IhryrciilUr and confiontod him nctoss tho grip."You'd teemed to bo engaged In a purely In addition to tho fee per i ...t!> o!> t<) ihi full nlHrnl lira nee ofh better keep out of this ho
    .* ntrlnicrnt *H"nil..n lion said grimly. negative way. hundred pounds. Mrs. Enoch Grlftls and daughter
    .10..1. 'n'h... III'" ..1.10... ".'u.. I
    I h.*m> 4.i."......r.., I..rll.... thnl Tommy\ was q ill to n Inrgo young It \\cnl thus for somo minutes __ Tcprlo were shopping In
    ..".rr.II.. ... ... .. mil" ...... II.ilnIt ..... mnn fully ns larira ns Hilly Itrookn, and finally tho efficiency! inn n began If the house of roprusentatlvesof Stnrko last week.K. .
    IT Inn Mltimi Nb.. dor.* not lovr.It to Bpenk.
    Itrttrr linn nnoflirr nlvv*.knIn Ho was taller thnn tho efficiency KlorlcU nccepts tin- recommendations !:. E. Hurney and O. A Anderson .
    thr niltii* hfiuae wllh JlrtJur, man and wider. Uut H. Hcdgo/ did "1 do not know" h* mild. as a left of tho attended the banquet In Orala
    committee on highways
    Uerltlrw. to. rtn|.f>. not nppcar to bo observant of Tommy's iming piiKHPd over his bead "where
    there will bo Wednesday Klven: by the Fin,
    further efforts
    hf tn AH'fillnir I dimn the ItnrkMitlrtnr bulli jiiKt at that Instant. lie MU Btuill'd the art of boxlni* But no
    i ii \t w Irnr'N inornIntc \\lis looking' only at his ayes tlioro Is no doubt that you wasto a to change tho present taxation stone Tire Comp.inv.

    Mhm the n rum Mho of trlpii Il' <*ilt iinil.*. ""\ffrillwInto linh "I cnn't keep out of It," ho sold licmondous amount of ,,!!ort. You ou gasolina. Mr. King, vlcocliulrmnn Mr. and 1'>11.... C Y Mayo and

    ... .. ri'rovpr* her brviitli MiHII.rlcntly simply. "It happens to bo my duty d'> not l ox efficiently. In tho first ot the committee, stated two children! of Jacksonville spent

    fthe nrUrrn 1'1... to Irthrr to stny In It. (lo In tho houso Miss piiice you should not swing at all. that, after u confetencithe' house the week-end, in Lnwtcy, with !Mrs,

    K". Brooke." II causes the fist to travel in nn arc. highway body had unanimously ;Mayo's parents./ Mr and Mrs J. H.
    NOW (;.0 OS \\'1111 Till; "STOIU, Ponstnnco remained< Immovable In lather than In tho shortest way. Obfii -
    axroed tlmt no change should bemudo Moore.
    her Hcnt and mnlntnlmvl. silence."Yuu'rc : 'rvo-you missed ma again.
    l Ipt
    4N'suiMtl| >ou mo RO itn the in the tax, and Unit a recommendation Ml' Mary Toclcl visited Mr. and
    the that's going In
    tho t (111'lent'y mnn one Tommy Indeed had and nearly
    to that effect would
    Mrs. L. H. Hill SundayKill.
    lost his balance.
    "Ami Ihon maybe '
    'he made to the lower branch of
    II. V. of Jacksonville
    "Ktirlhcrrnote added II. Hedge, Skipper'
    With n Httlo cry cit dlKtnuy' sho dlsengax'd the
    law-making The
    IIT onns from his iicck.. as ho oldo-stepped, a fresh volley body committee visited his daughter Mrs. E.
    "when you use tho straight blow Mr. King", added endorsed 13. Ilurney Thursday. While hero

    "Let"Temporarily me go! or fcho|>ermancntly7"repeated. ho jou tait It too low and too fur back. the present system of road buildIng he preached at the town hall.A .
    I You nro. prodigal with muscular effort in Florida In Its entirety.
    oskcillth gnat deliberation. beautiful and
    for which you do not obtain .
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    II."II both"Hedge, shook Ma head Hnilly. sullliji'iit icturn save In the form of Under the primary elurtlon system service was held at the Law This Is one of tlie Lent l'JZ7 Iilduics taken of lleui ? l''ord, th
    ,'Ise. Observe again. Vou should tey Methodist: church Sunday when his flivver was
    oxer Detroit billionaire, who recently wug Injured
    "I never rould do two things nt proposed by Senator (illlls.
    once,"' ho Htilil. "It's unscientific not xtmt an upiwrcul from tho I there would bo two vliito primaries. morn Ill//{. A nice program had crowded off the roud by a larger tar. It uliowa Ford as lie appuured
    mound, ; It takes too long. Don't been tinder the direction
    even to try." I i In the first, there would bono arrange: shortly before tho accident.
    jiiut It below tho waist.
    "I'll ..IMC-'please'!" of Mesdames Hill\ and \Vela! and
    ; first and second choice voting, _
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    Tommy breathing now in gasps was carried out in a moat pleasing
    "In tlmt rnso temporarily, he df under
    as present system, and
    dared an hn reluctantly withdrew ch nged "I<"ln. manner. Little Gloria Mayo was a few: days at her win past kept up this reputation but

    the arm thnt held her rlu o.Constance.a Your foolwoik Is bail" continued the names of the two who received christened during tho morning ter homo In East Law toy. a concerted: effort on the part of
    th" ,,11I1'1!<. man "You travel a the highest number ofotes would
    clucks shoprayed m.y ivlc claim hits worked wonders ia
    were fiery service nnd several
    ii. ,'u 1 dlNtanco but you do not or. bo placed before thn voters In a were baptised Paul Moore mpeiit the week-end
    of tho back
    that the gloom and taken Into the church. changing the face of nature and
    Mnlrs I remlcied. all colors neutral. M\>'. 1 d..n'tl'IOIh to bo rude but It second primary for tho nomination with his parents here.
    is duty to that are Mr and Mrs. J. n. Dye and two adding miuh to her appearance.
    "Thank you-for catching mo my nay you of one assuring the Democratic: Mrs. L. A. Marr of New Smyrna
    Out In tho courtyard stood a roadHter -lumsy. You nre mautodonlc It liti I party that the nominees would bathe children ot Jacksonville were visit
    thn whceKlly in but the mastodon In an extinct ins her Mr. and Mrs.A. was vlHltlng in Lawtey last
    engine Idling" choice. ot the majority of the parents: ,
    Tommy Treadwoll was standing ba uninml Why Lo extinct? ('lectors. M. Blanchnrd, Sunday.Mr week. '
    Dido It, ncivouslv tapping on a fen Ti n niv was missing more obvious- Grove s
    dur. Ills CVCH lliihti.il with luipiilnoPH. l>' than <'ver. llo wai tired.Nnw I and Mrs. Frank Parks and
    nit ho sighted, tho furred fig,"I' n'Constunco '= If I cant! : me Illustrate an Senator Hodges Introduced a children also !Miss Nellie Mae City and county hentitlflcallon IBbrln

    and ho sprang forwanl toCSKlHt iflli, li-nl Mow," said II. lIeII;". "ThoIt I bill which would abolish all occupational niancharcl of Foil Pierce visited,' B carried' : on In every part of Tasteless

    With tho (Trip.Vou nlillli U'nt Mow Is conceived with licenses in the state Mrs. Park's and Miss ni.inch-' Florida these >.nya and the various I

    dcnr old. brick," ha cried."Mninlng oiate puiiKjso and executed with Ha said ho Is opposed to the state urcl's parents Mr. and :Mrs. I E.E. cities and counties will preHont -

    Tommy, Bald Con i du.. f<'onomy. It tniviMs the short- or anyone else taxing/ a person' for Tllanchurd/ last week. a fine appearance next full Chill Tonic
    I i pos"llilo' distance and I. theoreticaliv. :
    Btam eTommy tallies with It tho i-xact amount carrying out Ills ocitiputlon for Misses J 0).0 Teiry and Elinor and winter when the regular exodus
    hnil Blip nnd
    tno |
    swung It up on seized tho haKK.igo ranlnr. i, of necessary ]><.we,'. It may bo de- honest labor. Arwoocl were shopping In JackHonvlllo of winter visitors tnrt to Makes the Body Strong.
    I ixercdltli either hn nd. In thti Saturday.Mrs. Florida. This state known as the
    ho id
    In tho roar whi.ro began an ( Makes the Blood Rich eocl
    Justmi-nt ot tho HtrupK. Miumlin.Conilnnco case y.-- \\ III ii.i-nimo that It It to bo Senate bill No. 13 requires Scheltlancl of Veil It a Is Land of Flowers has not In the

    stepped. In and Holtlod hoi, I di.mc.icd with the, I.,ft. Thui':" I

    self ncivoUHly In one of tho bucki t Tho oulclt eyo of Constance nrookonoted I ,____ -.r- .......,.,.,
    nnd '
    Beats a Hoctlng BUI prisinghnngo
    <'\ In tho faco of the efficiency '" .
    Tho ifftc-lcncy man nirlvcd In tho I
    nun. It had been linpaselvu until .
    couitynrd whllo Tommyvn\ otlllworklnu lut he said "thus. ," his .\ .::: -'
    now as Jaw I ) \ :: -
    at tho 111'11" An ConHtnnreBlghtcd .. ;
    ,' i ..I -
    nnd his forehead I '
    tightened/ contract -
    him nho olwervcd with a '. t ''..- ... .. -.fll-' r--\.. .:. t
    ed In a scowl that tightened her. I. cl .f''II ''h ..,,.: ... .Ji.
    Minklnfc huart that ho was clothed In Ills list como from nowhere but It J\ .J.... .:r w.i- ;: .:4f..r.t.: ...... -.;:\.
    of hi.| omlnotiti cnlma '! \ .. "
    cno ) ... ... 1 > .
    nniled somewhere, anil lil-i body was Ll I : .. "' Sj { .;' I ,J:..--- o 4' .. ,,( fr---'''' r'r'I
    "Good nioinlng. ho Bald ns ho following It. Tommy Treadwell. already ,,"" ,.J ,, I. :! :.:'h- .' ." .J' _'i t".orr.--.J.I'Ii: _-. :"
    walked arroHS th" open srxice.Comitunco .. !. :. ...4.! ..... I ".... -;. .it .: ...r"I., : _......(:--- -.c ,j.r'" I
    wabbling from his own .rrortR.lurneI ... .. '"
    : -
    q ,
    1"J 1--, --- .. "
    palixl BllKhtly\ and, did j ; I .... l =- ...-.... {--..
    half way around staggered oft'1 ; ;.
    "Don't make do it '
    not answer. Tommy Treaducll me _
    I. ; .
    and fell flat on his face. -.. ... -' ::: :
    tumbled furiously at a ftliap nnd ugain, yon haven't a chance" Constance. uttered a and covered ";.H". ;.' .- ... .J :(l1-;; "' .n.Am ".a4n- I
    cry .
    said nothing. ftm-slrri cntttrnt3 7/n* ofii brought ttt 01 tr own .wi< /I.1r4111"/lucl'..
    her ,)'eR. ""'- in lnnAm ./,/,4. r"f/.rl"... ;;"_r .
    3 IrutJn,1 fit.MM. P".1m IItn..r. ...
    Jle.IlIo: reached tho 8hl" of tho : _
    cnr "
    house., announced Tommy clench. For on Instant Tommy groped! nt _
    \leaned over, prcHHcd a button on the the then arise
    Injr his flxts. "And mnybe they'Ucnrry pavement; began to ,
    lanh and turm, >d off tho Ignition. The >ou In, If you ilon't /get out of uno'rtninly."Don't ;tt (mor than 4tM O
    cnglno mopped. tioro In (ibout ten BccondH." mnko mo do it again" said __ "'L'; :' 1 1': 'i.> 1'.1", d."" ..,....
    "You IK that cnr alone!" called '
    tho elllclency mnn In n changed diN.-1o'I.f
    "I'm sorfy you fee) that way about :. "
    Tommy nnKrlly. It," said HodWell. .-. voice. "You haven't u chance." J. .. .. .. .,...1...
    .<; -=
    "All rlKht: ; 1 will. naM the elllclcncy Tommy however, was not satis- ....I'J....;.........u.11, ;.i( ..--r-.1..";.; i _
    If 'ou'relorry, hoat III! Ifou '"
    man mepiilns back. .a puce ) lied. Ho wheeled ns he reached nn '0- -- .
    don't there'll lio. troulilo.Tioublo .
    nnd ejilnK ConHtunco. } cruet position and closed\ In. So II. .... --.
    ? I'm there will beno ;-r ;
    CJimo Tommy round, nnlnhed to the with Hide the of the trip rnr and trouhlo." Hedge his,fnco.again did with It once the more.sudden scowl t ....!,..:.;..;7..a-.. .. to 4SOPa "
    on n /t mMlit
    "W-ll1 anke lleileo." The efficiency man npoke In a dep* ;
    This tlmo Tommy was longer In I"'t I' n
    "Well*'"* pthupil Tommy.'hut' l'l..olm'y tor.... arising and when he did 1 It was to sit Si .*.rl.". .
    "\\ H the Idnn?" "I sen tlmt I've got to lick you" on tho running board of the cnr and

    Tho eluppiH' exchanKed.
    "a and Tommy bernme embol.dene there was no reluctanco In his! voice "Now. If you please Miss riroke,"

    '1. or manner. said Hedgo quietly as lie picked up
    "\','c.l.: If It'II Klvo you any mitlKf.ictlon "I'm nfrald you'll hnvo to." her grip.

    \ to know" ho announced "Con C'oiiHtiini-e. who hnd listened to till Constance mill averting her ryes.BUddenly .
    nl.' and 1 are Kohitc to be niurilod." llniiiy| with her face averted now sprang from tho car nnddushed

    "Vnu. HtiitriHi| rno," Ktild the fin turned nnd bestowed a curious glanco Into the house, where she

    clemman.. "1 tnonplil, wo hnd upon' tho rlUclrncy man. If she oxlierlcd ran madly upstairs, half choked with t. cost no
    com huli-il. thnt mutti-r liiitt nUlit" to sro hlx dark hair brlHtllnnnnd / hyHteilcal sobs. The efficiency man RTIoreII

    "V"u thoueht wronl(. !l'a all Hi'ttl hit eyes BnijiplnK. sho was dls* looltod at the crest fallen knight on

    <.d." appointed. Ho lnvki-il exactly as hi tho running board and shook his
    Truo.; It's H"III..111.\ ..s Kiiioke !I.. always did In tho library. Kho looked head slowly,
    not icolnR lo ou." Tommy\ llo was bristling beautifully. "
    mnrry > old ho'a..h'
    "Sorry If I hurt you, man,
    Tummy tl.mhnd n dull red nniltreie "But, really you mustn't try
    WII'" n ntrlillii look In hiM eye. "Hero Roes," said Tommy. to Mlsa IJrooke."

    "Anyou, \Mlns Ilrooko?" axkoilllfd Tho efficiency mnn nodded. Then marry he, too, disappeared Into tho I
    ""i>. Tommy Trend\vell let fly \\llh his house. play safe
    C'.tn....tnnce compressed her llp" nnil rlKht: arm. straight from the Bhoulder. -

    noli) .d"Which llodftu' did not have hln hand. NUXT (CHAPTER ConsOne*
    shown how error will per up, hut somehow tho blow missed turns .vcretur?

    [ i f : : text first books IIlx grades for students ot the In publlschools. the

    111 ts l' = ; THE LEGISLATORS J The bill would ,cllspos ER E arc thousands! of Southern ser\ice and butter gasoline costs! you

    of the books now owned bv the motorists who would gludlypiy nothing! extra.GI .
    state by sale by the county board
    __ _ _. _. more fur 1'an-A gasoline and
    '---"-' '-'--' Instruction. In the vartoticounties. <
    b'i i.ot' public The high. quality of P an-..\m products
    Oatiollne came in for Itlt share Compensation of mom The funds derlveit from motor oils

    of attention iteprenentntlve Getzon boards of county commissioners lie sale ot tho books would bo I never changes. They are made

    llunhnell. prpRented an exhaustive In counties with less than ((1,500 _,laced to the credit of the seneril I 01 They know it is worth money to and tvarkctcd by one organization-

    bill seeking': to Increase population would be fixed at not county school fund. them to deal with good biii'iess" men whose constant aim is to give Southern

    the present four cent Kiixnline and less than $200 a year In a bill I such as Pun-Aiu dealers are. And motorists! the best that can be

    petroleum product. lax to sevencents Introduced In tho hotine by Representative of
    The bill to require stopping
    tlicy lu\c found that Pan-Am gasoline produced C[ He on the safe side
    a gallon the moneys received A. J. Thoniin of llrad- all vehicles at railroad crossings.

    from the :3 pi-r cent Increase ford county. In addition\ the WHS Introduced by Ifepresentatlveielzen goes further, pulls stronger, when you buy. Slop at the cream-

    to lie divided equally' lietnven the members ouM ba allowed inInane of Sumter county. The starts easier. But this dependable colored Pan-Am pump.

    nrliool board l and the htiard. of of ten cents a mile ,rolng to measure siieclfies thnt all \ehlcles

    county cnmmlssloners of I the respect and from tho court hotine. An must. "stop, look and listen" nt

    Ivo counties. RepresentativeMacKenzlft. o tile la I falling to attend meetings all railroad crossings and makes

    ; : t.eoHhiirg':, pruHPiite,' would receive only such proportion violation a misdemeanor, with

    nil admliilxtrntlve. measure f>ro'hlIII of the monthly compensation punishment as provided by law. I

    I K that (tax lux revenue, hi handled im meetings. attended by him The railroads would bo required -

    by the state treasurer Instead would bear to tho total number of to, place. a sign reading: 'Stop-

    of tlu> state comptroller.House meetings during tho month. The Florida Law" at cu<<'11 crossing In I

    bill was placed on tho local calendar the state.

    1)111 No 22f. authorizes : without reference.Tho .

    i ,itli's unit town.1 of the titutu ot I i
    Another bill, .pertaining to punIxhinent iI t.
    Florida ta and l collei
    assess IIloii
    a \
    emergency measure provides for robbery while armed I
    ; $10.000
    a arproprlntlon was Introduced In the house byRepresentative
    amuieiiients, carnivals enterlalnmints from the state. general fund for J. :M. Lee of High- I II

    1 paid lecturers I lycenm Ini- tho pure base and dlstilbutloii of l.incU. Ills measure would revise I
    )n'ttiis. etc. In any amount they : hog t'I.ol'rl.erll. I
    m anil virus bv the statute relating to robbery by
    may deem expedient. irrespective the Stale Live Stock SunltatvHoard. life
    armed to provide
    of tinstato tax license on such I Representative Shellon a Imprisonment person for the defendant If

    traveling shows amusements, carnivals Philips of Levy county, who Introduced he was armed with a dangerous : II I-
    (entertainment paid l lecturers
    Hie bill declared that weapon with tho Intent, If resisted
    lycenm bitreaut
    $25.01)0) appropriation of 1925 to kill or malm tlie person iobbed. -

    had. been exhausted nnd that the .

    The committee reported unfavorably \ need for additional supplies waR I

    In a unanimous report the pressing tho bill was passed nnthlnl I

    bill of nrpreot'ntnllvet.! PavIdson rending and, certified to thosenate. Itepresentatlve Lee. Avon Park

    of Oklaloosa county, which \ That body Halved the introduced\ a bill providing that a !

    proposed to dispose of the funds rules and passed the measure. sentence of life Imprisonment be

    derived from tho four cent
    n gallon --- ncan'Petroleum

    tax on gasoline by apportioning The measure seeking the repeal BOROZONE

    one and one-half cents to the ot the state free text book law I'M nivtr f.y mmtlkml ntrtkt Gorboration

    itulu road license fund one and was Introduced by Representative U NOT a llnfanent ,.. bttttr gtuahmg and di*

    one-half to the general school Smith of Jackson county. The bill should' .:: rMdr'for' :=t::.: ,..d.lIl., k..nl tfrttctjt*

    fund of the counties! of the state, was referred, to education committee nMd-d for '.,liMl wound. *. .1...,t ftt .l. r.-,.,.. ,r.H...
    anil one cent a gallon to the coun, A, It would It. purtltM Bio *
    repeal Chap ......... lioI4 q
    ty roail fund of the counties. ol I ter 10254 of the Laws of Florida,

    the Htate Acts of 1925 which. provides fret COI'JK'nlnac's I rug Store

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    FRIDAY.: APRIL 22. ...,. BRADFORD roc," TRU"...."... STARKR, FI.OHIDA rAGE TImER

    o. .. 1 1News
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    :' ... u_, ... "I I the Fort Fort Pierce Pierce--A Chamber j Joint meeting of Commerce of- Are- You I Waiting for the River to Behave i

    of Florida in Shotl F'aragroflrLive and 1 the Fort PtI're, Heal "
    Estate board was. held nt the Col "Toxic ? Jj
    stor-age ,I
    plant Ti.r, .t t LIII'le cmmty and It I* 'Well,Then> la 1 earn. the 1m- __-___ '

    for, t'MiliiliiiiiK! u special mosquito porbim-e u/ bed> I :'immuficm.' .t's- _.... J
    r State bill which IH to be presented,, at the -
    NewsTOLD < /
    i inactivity of ,Ji'''; .', \ \.. : ,
    legislature. Representatives from FUNCTIONAL '. '
    I peimit a retention ci' 'JIi!<" 'mi ,.. (' .
    I the St. Lucle County Poultry association the r t ;""' I ,
    of waste poisons in 1.- ; ,, 1 :( '" ) ]
    also and ;; 'j; .' '"'- -t': <"'" .. >'f.t ,.... ..,
    were present "t.-,_ v "
    blood. Svn ptom i of thin toxir "" ;; ( :
    )I. .
    "' ..:.J..tL" I \ j;. ,.q,, : :t ,.;e.' ,
    urged 1 the erection of a county condition, 1iull, languid. : > .
    Ire '
    :I. .. ;!'o.\( ... 4! 1+" : '. ,.g '
    BY OUR EXCHANGES cold storage< plant. feeling! drowsy hc.doc'es anti > Q !I"f I ,
    I '
    toxl. Kick" lie and \'" 7; 't" t, i..i. 'f,
    -- -- -- -. sometinw.- : & ., :, : J. !< f1\\ :' 1.,1 ;
    I dizziness That the kidneys tire ;\ .-" ", ..' '..: ,. S iAlfaJ1 **' *14VS \ .
    Orlando Florida, Is destined. 1 .fl\
    tobeoll1 \
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    o. _____ ___..f(1 I not functioning a.t: they should! ... '. : ). & *". '
    <' one of thu wOI'I Gainesville I is often shown by smnty orburning i .. lii; < Hw i
    t. .
    -Trustees of Spec In length. Smaller melons k I) .N< xvll ..** : '
    the ofDr. d Z&sKlt
    are! In f
    centers opinion '
    ; of secretions. "> :
    ial Road and Bridge District, at profuse, lie stated. Leesburg melons W. IJ. Sheldon, of Rochester, Many readers,mssage have linmcd l r9r; sasct i,1 I *- SA j- .. ).. *4i h-! v ww*,:J'j ,

    a special meeting, authorized Engineer will be ready within three, Minn? associated with the Mayo the vain of Doan',1 PiT,", ." : ; :...".. '"'"' : to

    Henry L. Baker to con- weeks growers said '' dillh'. "The great medical prop- stimulant! MI lactic; to tin k'il-! .- tJ. I' ":iltJJt'll'\"; ,' :> \.. ,.. I .,:"
    demn all land needed for right- in this init.htion.\ Us< ricverywhe't .' + i ...,ijf'i\ '11'I. .
    :'ertles, of tho Florida sunshine neys 'to I. I
    of-way for arerapidly .. .... _- ... ....." =: .JP.k'3. ; : .........,. I ,
    State Road No. II. Stuart-The cmloisr, Loan'sAsk : .. '" .. .f! ',i( ..... .. ", '" "", ,"." :11.. '' .. ,. 1of4t
    known the I
    local to
    health Inspection becoming your ""''Illll,.'..! : !<..t"t-" ,:";..L'''" 'Tg 1.>@ ;'' _- .. ".:::., ,, .....r........ ; .. fi\ .,...., ft.-. A''H '
    ;: + ;; <: "" ,
    work which has been i mcdliul world I. hu said, "and "'-- ;.:/!' .ii..p.tt. -.\ .gt. > ,' < a "'h
    Tallahassee--The April flower done by Miss. Julia Craves, state i mankind Is destined, 10 utilize:. na, ......;: ,,> ... ......):. ." \'*!'.. 1"t;" '1 a. >,rac .::(,v'''' '.' ...;\f'p ..ew...,... ',, ,<
    show to bo ; i:,I'f.: 'J; ( : .. ... .; .. ,: ;;.. <'(< ,. .. .
    held here PILLS s ; ; .
    the after- board of health! nurse, will be completed ture's olTc'iiug. J Ho declared) DOAN ": :- ,>, ",." ..... .' ,' ... :" ... ...... ,
    noon and evening of Apr. :20! here Tuesday. An examination Florida uiiiishlim is at leant equal 60c '.;;:.!I f"W.,, .:";

    under auspices! of the Tallahassee will be conducted at I'alm ''III curatlvu properties to'that of Stimvfant( ZHui,'eric to the Kidneys

    Woman's Club, Is expected to be City !Monday afternoon at the I| the results of )Kurnpo. I| rxnlw-U.. Co.M', Cluiin.. .Buff.lo.N V.HAMPTON .

    the best of Its kind ever held l in Woman's Club building, which : > ,. .. I

    this city. will complete her work in Martin W w 4 g 0 0 0 8'8'I. ... -. ... -- ---_.. .

    county. |reopenhog!\ bi I Hundreds of lostdcnts o( the Mississippi( valley \ote drUeu finm" their, home t 1'ivc.itiy;) \. : i

    Baldwin-The Baldwin Baptist .. jot Lake Worth, recently closed us flood outers broke Iho levees in several flareTtu| : liitnliiiro ptcluiel' I n';"ov. near Lnco.ilu Ii .. ;'.'

    church has Just concluded a high- Fort; 1'lerl'e-The first unit of I I one of a series of bunk failures iuiI I II
    ly successful revival t 4' --- -- -
    meeting In the several large shrimp packing I this .section have been outlined to
    charge of Rev C. D. Boyer, pastor plants to be erected by John J. I patrons and depositors, and it Is I s <8' d!> V! ds V V .8' to '0 \\ : .; I.II.MKS: JHO\V ling road I did not see tho burning Blind ; JJ .:

    and W. S. Oliver, song leader. and Joseph Henson. of West. Palm I predicted by olllcers of the Institution 1 Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who To a dim by-path that lud 1 to the Instead I saw the whispering trees \ "

    Twenty-five new members were Beach and St. Augustine, will be that It will be reopenedsoon. has been the guest/; of her sons There's a nhaaony lull 1 used to ood. And llllles swaying In tho breeze!

    added. completed next Thursday. The The plan provides assess A. L. and Cleveland, Sullivan returned know
    first/ building, which Is being ment of stockholders 100 per cent, to her home hero last Sunday Bark In the days of long ago Just u few short slops and there So,, 011 the dusty. road of life;

    Bradenton-The forty-first annual rushed to completion, will be 70 for a total of $100,000 ; "sale, of evening Nof.lI'\ from the dusty, sandy It lay. Wltli Its glaring sands' of toll and

    meeting of the Florida State feet long by 45 feet wide. It Is 1,000 new shares of stock at $120 road.Where l. 1'1111 dew-klst In tho heat of day, ntrlfo
    ,y. T. Baker, who the
    Horticultural Society will be held expected that 15 boats will bring per .share, to give a total capitalof represents travelers weary of their All grassy green beneath\ / thesliadu Where foot-soro pilgrims Journey t
    la 1928 at Winter Haven, It was shrimp here next week. $200,000 and a surplus of $20- Atlantic Grocery Company of l'a- load on, a

    voted by the society last night at 000. Intka. was a business. visitor here Tolled painfully with aching feet The gently whispering pine trees. From early morn till day Is done< ; }'

    its final business meeting of the Wauchula-Tomatoes from 1- .. .. I last Monday.Dr. And heads bowed, low In the glarIng inado; Thorn's! a place of rest so near at.

    1927 convention held here I 200 acres will begin rolling" out Polk City-Permission to Install H. It!. Paver was attendingto heat Just. covered with Illllos of purest hand

    of Hardee county next week, ac- and operate a telephone system professional business iii Starke Their eyes were lined on the burning white! If our hearts' run only understandAnd

    Lakeland-Provided no public cording to growers and shipping In Polk City has been extended to lust Monday. sand Such a beautiful/ II/II''IUI/ rust- I thud road Is easy If we know

    Improvements have been made officials here. The Wauchula the Peninsula Telephone Company ), Marlon Bennett and family. of And withered, busho, close at fill Hlulit! Tho shadowy hill, where Illllos

    In areas desiring to be released Truck Growers' association will by the town commission. of Polk Marlon county wero visitors here hand. And I rested there liMtenth" Ihoi growl! f

    and provided the movement Is con begin packing tomatoes next Wednesday City, which adopted an ordinance last Saturday. i trees ---Mary Armstrong McOlll. ,,
    fined to north and east sections, Sales Manager W W. Uev. Hicks will nil his regular When first I t. ,
    providing for the franchise at Its chanced lo pass that Mid, switlng/ { llllles and bu//.lng:. t.
    the city commission will not ob- Bateman has announced. appointment at the )First Ilaptltit
    last meeting./ Several weeks ago way bees.. Winter Haven--Work to start I',
    'Ject to seeing a shrinkage of the bers have been shipped In carload the telephone company ran a line church, next Sunday, l oth mornIng On a hot and glaring summer day soon mi construction of Hconlo : ,r

    ryf "municipal boundaries. lots for the past two weeks, also here and put In a pay station at and evening With panting breath and dragging I I My soul was/ tilled with a sense. Highlands/ hospital\ and sanitarium :
    .. potatoes, squash and beans.LeesburgAddressing Mr. and 1 !Mrs", J. 1 n. ('81111111'<1, of
    -II.! Wayside Lodge, so It would< be feet of peace; at FoatVlnter: Haven.
    Key West"-"-A movement has I possible to make calls. to Kustls: are the guests of MrR. :
    phone I looked,i about for same retreat, My throbbing brow noon found re
    I been launched here to have the !: the Lees- and from Polk City. The extension nard'a Bister, Mrs. O. II I1Y 11""CI1I1-1 Where I might piuiso a whllo and lief.Ami ('raw GrdviIIa--Southern Telephone /

    '.. locaTde1egatlon" to the Atlantic burg Rotary Club, AJ.) Vause, I of this line was held up at : Mrs. L. \Valnwrlght of rent \ with no Ihouithl of weary { Construction Company f':} ,

    w Coastal Highway association convention assistant trainmaster of the Seaboard I that time pending" the grunting ofa thorne visited, friends and relatives .And Mill the aching In my breast pain to. extend\ 1 telephone.. connections to '\. ,

    which convenes at Air Line railway, presented II II' franchise by tho town govern I' hero this week So: I turned, from the dusty. tll tIt- I turned to tho ilusly road again./ C'ra w'fordvlllu.I I illi.

    Charleston, S. C., on Apr. 20, In- figures showing heavy gains of ment. Should the company accept Miss Elate Spnrkman of Ilrnn-' .

    vite the association to meet here freight carried by the Orlando dl-I''I the franchise which has been Of- ford Is the guest of her aunt, 1I11'S./|/ --- l!
    ; In 1928. vision of that road. 1,
    According fered It Is thought that the workof Jennie Roper, and l grandmother, i
    Mr. Vause, much larger!: engines; building the line for the whole Mrs Elate Sparkmau this week. ': ..
    Fort and additional sidings have been ) .. ....
    Myers Contracts have I town will be started, soon. Miss Maggie Mil r net to who hex ;:

    been awarded for the construction made necessary by the Increased I been for several weeks In South; ,

    of four new school buildings, one raffle.. I Tampa-Mrs. Angle Jameson Florida, is visiting !Mrs.. II. A.I':

    each at Alva Olga, Bonlta Springsand Mank of Miami recently was elected ik'I k, '

    Estera, to cost 9633235. Sarasota-Jesephlno, York 3venrold 1 grand matron of the (Crand H. J. Jones, who has I been transacting Stepping right along

    The awards were made by the daughter; of Mr and MrR'1 I Chapter of Florida, Order of Eastern : I business In Jacksonville, ,

    county board of public Instruc II I. D. York Is In a critical (' Star, succeeding/ Mrs. Alvlna returned lo his home here last

    tion. lltlon, suffering from severe scalding -
    Craig of Winter Haven grand Sunday.
    !, when she fell Into tub of
    : a matron. Mrs. !Mank served as associated -
    Mr. and Mrs M. I I.. "WaUersoti
    Pensacola--The growing ten- boiling water here Into this IIfter- i grand matron last year. of this city are the happy parentsof I| No detours Here's the
    dency inVest )o'lol'ldtoward/ cooperative noon Mrs. York, who was wash-i Other olllccrs chosen Included MissVerna
    a new daughter, Miss orothy |
    method of buying farm log, had Just stepped out into the 11111111 I'd. (Cialnosvillo, associate I'Loreno Wnllpriion! who arrived ,, r 4n

    materioN and selling farm products yard when she heard the child, 1 /grand matron; Jo P. (!J. I 101klns I- : Apr 9.Itev.. one road to real cigarette \ t1

    bin L'oclreen: : ') by J. Lee, scream and rushing baik found Tampri. /grand patron ; 11, S. Sims; attended I the. 1I111'IIAt I

    Smith, district agricultural agent ho baby In the till Thelittle Jackson, Palm Bench associate. I Sunday Hiliool lust ,Sunday, uilll''
    as an IndlcatlonUhnt this section girl Is not to live attendIng 1 /
    expected : -T
    Brand patron !Mrs. Martha' It.
    ; ; ,lifter having rend. I a short puxsugelof enjoyment .
    Is beromlitg the Agricultural; empire physlclnim sold tonight. '
    Carter, Holly Hill, grand secretary 1 scripture delivered mi address 41
    \ I
    It Is destined. ...t<->-._be.. f I worse of Jacksonville.f l : 1 re-elettc-d( ) ; Mrs. Lillian H. ,to I the .school I

    Itritton.( Minis. grand treasurer Mrs. J, (1 i. Lnnibrntix, tormerlyl I
    I)a)'ton a BeachFollowing n' Mr. Jock Orlflls Mr. liarohVall (re-elected, ) ; Mrs. !Mamlo Lander, 1 !Miss Km in u Johnson, left lust Saturday N..r.ltllr1

    tent program several weeks ago n \ Mr. Willie Kpperson: and'! Lakeland uranil conductress< ; Mrs. for East: .St. I.onlH whero

    when It was learned majority of Mr. Carl Johns of Stnrke wer< Lillian Kllpatrlck !Murlanna nslocluto she will spend I lie su miner.
    pupils were unable to pass mini- grand conductress, and TobaccoTaste '
    visitors to Lake Butler on Moil Every thing m nn a !liooni hero
    mum swimming tests, the department 1 e day night; Lake Hutler Times. Robert Brandon, Howling Green Thu brick sldouulks are 'being removed
    of recreation this week Is,
    grand sentinel.
    and replaced" with onoroto, |
    teaching students of public schools Mr. and Mrs. J, II, Fields. am I .. It | walks. "'1...> Masonic. temple on ,:
    unable to swim CO feet to take
    sou, Charles, and, Mrs. n. S i OrlandoJohn Summers of I the corner of t'hurch and<1 Main r ,w

    care of themselves.. .. ..iu the water .Y Powell spent Sunday In Bnldwlt, I UlulTalo N. Y., and Ralph Lester. | streets Is helm" remodeled, and

    r. visiting. Mrs. U. L. Tanner, HIBlel i'iiif Durham N.: C.. are held In the stuccoed. M.! WatlerBon, who,
    5 4 Winter Haven-One of Winter; of 11I1'8.o'leldlf and daughter oii lOcuIa jail without bond on chargesof ; I owns and operates the water plant
    ,4V laven's larger streets chosen
    I. ', was (I Jvlrs. Powell. highway robbery and kid multi- p: here, H Installing a concrete block -
    a landing place for
    -r Bs an airplane. ping following their arrest. Into machine In order to supply the
    ."** TjTOe6rge "", llalderman aviator, i Fort Pierce-Two field citrus \r'-
    Saturday afternoon by a sheriff'spossee home consumption, for such material i
    Awhile soaring over the city, made meetings will be held In St. Lucie ,
    It was reported to the Or. P during I this progressive porlod. -
    ,,. _a torced landing when his machine county next Wednesday, accord-i, lando Morning; Sentinel Saturday1night I A' It
    v "developed trouble and it Ing to, County Agent Alfred War-j
    !\. engine from. I Klssimmce.: | If. 11. Hull, who has been, for
    "'_ for him to in One will he held at White
    was necessary alight ren. !I
    I 1 several months with his Bon, I.. II.
    -. North Third street. City and the other at Fort
    three Plercel] Tallahassee-One of the out Hall, of Synder! )Flu., Is the guestof fl
    Farms. Two or experts on
    his. Mrs. Win. Jones.
    I standing measures before the legislature sister
    Leesburg -- Watermelons are citrus growing: from the LTnlver-
    Mrs KlIJa Strickland /and moth
    has been introduced' by
    setting well, according to growers city of Florida are expected to
    ,Speaker, Fred, H. Davis Tnllahas- er, Mrs. Anna 1'117.11'al'd; were ,
    who tile meetings. These i
    have been Interviewed here. speak at I I last
    visitors here Sunday.
    In the house of
    see, representatives -
    One raiser that he had meetings always I instructive -
    reported provo very
    '' 1 Elder l J. 1'. inner, pastor of
    seeking' to enact u uniform'
    found a watermelon of an early and are usually well at ;
    I !mortgage lawltb especial reference { the I 1"lrChrl..UIlII\ church here,
    variety that measures over a foot 1 tended.City to foioclosures. The measure delivered two wonderful sm'rnonv''i

    IH Identical with a law drawn up'', last Sund.iy. The services wero 1 j
    by the National: Conference of'' well attended, nnd\ were enjoyed I iqr
    of the Resurrection
    :: Commissioners. on Uniform Laws I I'at by eager listeners from all denominations
    the'1'I represented III our'
    a recent meeting and has t ti
    II approval of many national organIx.atloni. I'''town. Elder Hanor{ who Is held

    :. 'with great esteem by the people

    I M Iwru. H doing n great work for
    Boynton .-,\ half million dollar I'I ho !Master.
    --- - --
    bond Issue recently authorized:. ,, Chambers of Commerce ovor.
    lieuat" a special election will bo"
    the Htato are reporting many Iniiulrles -
    used In the construction" of a golf
    ) '( fur literature about Florida
    course a new city hall, a casino
    I and cording to fails and
    'r wig and park and playground Improvemenls ,
    tI'yl that
    llsures Deems more people
    The bond election carried
    'lire coining to )Florida I Ills summer -
    'b\ r votes. :
    :j: i
    _____. I'' than ever before. They have '
    I heard iiiudi, a ho lit the ,delightful : + ompare Chesterfield with -
    Florida will now manufacture'cement '' ,
    t" r, illmali: here In the Hummer 'S "
    dry IIseR' e of the
    and as thin state ; any higily-swcctenal
    'months and they are coming down
    thousands of tons of cement
    every to test It out before making plans fw0/ ; tw cigarettes and! you'll have the
    year the I local demand for cement : t
    for an all year round residence.And w
    alone will keep the factory at.Tampa ., yi'i "rfr answer. Ntituriil swcctruS'i.1I.llIrtii ,
    they will live here After the ie
    busy every day In the year, j j' rtL
    The will have trial trip. (char.icter( //.////>vto-
    now plant a dally _..
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    Capacity of 5,000 barrels and, will j, Florida has not been alone In hewn title. !, the very tiling;;

    he located at Tampa and much of ,storms and the, past twelve months
    t 'S'paa tit material will he obtained In ,seem to have I been /filled with reports vou smoke tobacco for!

    the vicinity of Tampa and the ; of storms, earthquakes and

    west count With the construction ,catastrophes. of all kinds. nil over

    of cement houses and bllllI-11, ( |the world Texas has just been

    I- togs of all kinds. and tho building ,, lilt| by a storm' In which over 100 '

    of cement roads! there will be people lost 1 heir lives. Oklahoma ,

    .. aC continued demand for cement In I and, Arkansas also suffered/ In
    r this state for many years to come. this I latest storm and with the rising -
    ---- .- ------ ChesterfieldLIOOBTT
    Hoods. along the! Mississippi
    Florida Is an ideal location for'
    v {river suffering/ Is. !being experienced -
    sr4 textile mills and In order to encourage -
    t! and many people homeless.
    them to locate here Sen-
    ator John W. Watson would pass Tallhassse$00,000! new state

    a bill exempting all capital Invested office( building under construction

    In a period textile of mill ten. from years..taxationfor Such -- ;;!tS'a/iW..mul:/ y'el, IbC'J're MILD i

    For SO YearsWHITE'S
    I a proposition would make Florida
    attractive for the location of such CREAM VERMIFUGE

    Industries and with the excellent Ha Never Failed

    Looking out over the louiS u( the ancient city of Jerusalem toward 1 electric service to he obtained In Th.ure rem.dy for expelling worm.
    the Mount of Olives, ibis pUture\ affords a remarkable view this state and the longer hours. of 1 Rata.s th.child 10 hmlidt.Pri .

    of the Holy Clly 88 II Is today Over this ground Christ walked In j daylight textile mills would find It 3Sa per bottU. Sold by LIOOBTT & MreRt TOHACCO Co. l

    His. agony., was crucified and here Is the city of His resurrection. to their advantages to locate here. I ('orpening',* Drug Store I


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    'J>.\a: 'nl'U HKADKOKI COUNTY TKI.EMIIAPE, STARKE. FLORIDA FltlUAV.>rUI. 23, 1027.mt. .

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    \\'cnl'\ ':-I MISSIONAHV: : < -.-,----------..-----------.000 ... .. . church. The Holy Communion.

    1 T.MO.V: I' .f, .* was participated In by the larg-

    .. I __ est number that ban Joined 'lu thin
    1 h Following/: IM the program for WITH THE I..EGISLATORSJorlly I .* Church Services service for years, In this church

    (tho Woman's Missionary Union <. All the services.. were enjoyed by
    .. .. .
    _' ; "-- -- -- - -- ----- --- ---< i audience that filled the church
    a Jucksonvlllo( 1 Dlvlnlonnl( Institute I' 3 & 44> '$> & 8,88 an
    Id lift held at OalrcHvlllo FlrntIliiptlst (Sr-nator I). I E. Knight of Starke of the freeholders" who are At the evening .service cantata

    church Apr. 27, 28. 1937,. I Introduced I .in senate i u bill I I which qualified h electors voting 'In an IIAPTIST niritriiItev. was rendered under the direction

    lalnnsvllle! !, Fla: I would I confer J Jurisdiction power, election to determine whether such of Professor Borneo, that would

    Phone 2'JMRS. :Morning I / Sehhlon Apr. 27'1IIrH. I''and, authority upon I the circuiti bonds would be issued would be (J. I'. Ha.MiHHl'l, 1'..-I'tI. have done credit to any of our

    N. II. Regular Sunday:! Kl'hoolllt 10:0(1: ( larger cities. Professor Sarnes 'fg
    O'Kolley pi-PsldliiK. i courts antI Judges of the circuit prohibited, by a measure Introduced -
    10:45(I 1 Devotional.Orriinlzatli o'clock J. 1''. K irk liter. superin not only an enthusiastic lover of
    : -- courts to rescind vucuto and out In (Ito house hy Representative"' !

    I ) >n. I j aside decrees of foreclosure, at any W. II. Bell of I DeSoto county. tendent. ruiislc, but he Is an untiring worker
    !,;. :\1. JOHNS .MHS.: II. V. KVKJIITMrn. I' Preuthlng service" u't 11:00:
    Or".UIIIM.Irll.! MnrKiiret. (Irons. time before (the Hale anil to dismiss for the success of the art.

    t KM'KHTtlNHOIK: : "' "elitE" 1 HpHI>OI1HI'. !MrH.. ,K.: I". ",'owlI.I I""ho( foreclosure proceedings.! / Exemption from state taxation o'clock.. Members are urged to Next Sunday morning the services

    |I The IliilldliiK of W. M. U. AsHoclatlonal I ____ of any homestead 'In Florida: as an give special mlxMlonnry( offering. will be as follows:

    i>r the I) prettiest parties oftin I II. 1-:. KnlKht fxli-ndeil, b"rhoHiltallty I Work, Mrs.: J. W.Mitchell. |; Slate Houcls Nos. 4!9 and. 50 In amendment to Section 1, Article The evening I service will be a Sunday school at 10 o'clocka.

    HCIIHOII was given I Friday, afternoon | ( to a large nil m)wr of i'; Mrs. S. P. Cctzen, Mrs. I L'nlon county, would, bo placed on 10( of the Slate Constitution was united. service of ", welcome" the program m.

    ; when!) Mm. I K. :\T. .TolniH) 111tertiilned frli'iKln, TliurHdiiy afternoon when ((!eo. DoiiKlas M 1'''. I. W. Wesley, | the preferential list by a bill In- adopted, I lu n joint I resolution I Introduced / for which appears In this Preaching service at 11 o'clockby

    I her auction' bridge club.\ Hh,' ,en tiTt allied I at an I Informal I reception :Mrs. '1'. J. Terry! i I Irollnl'e.1 by A. I). Andruw of I In the senate hyV.. C. issue.. the pastor.
    and.! niiiKlcnlo" I In I tho \Vom- Solo, Miss C'oiiHtunca I -.---- ChrlHtlan Endeavor nt
    Spring, (lowers! of every hue null HIHholl.J I'ii lout county./ HodBps tif I the Klglith: district Under 7 o'clockp.
    variety, arraiiMcd,, In howls and. baskets all'" club Ito ii cc for her new d ii u ghi- 2 : :10-i Lunch hour. I -.- I the present, constitutional I pro- 'l 1I.'rIlIII.'l': ; ( 'iI l'hthi m. Topic, "If I were to be a

    hrlKhtened' tin nicitilH where ter. ;Mrx." I llolllH V. KnlKlit.. ; Afti'Mimm K<'..,"|.." Tho first road bill to make Its vlHlon. a homestead, to I the extentof foreign missionary what country

    tables were iirriiugcd for )bridge.Palmy Many "Hk.,11I and VIIII('" of 1:30: : I Devollomil, :\11'''. \\'. C. appearance. I In the honxu was Introduced I 100 acres 01' land or one-half Knocli: :Marvin. I I Hooks, I Paor| would I chooset'hiy? Scripture

    Master: tallies attached\ to lirliclit I I c'lit t (lowr-rn a ii''lOll' u nprliiKnoli ; Norman.) by H'I>l'OH..llll1l1vo Shcl1 of OliO' acre within the limits( of Sunday school Sunday morning I ; WIlllnmsActs. 1-8. The leader

    inlniitni'o bankets III led with riindyKasler .* of color, I to. I Iho iiiiditnrlninund I t i Message of 1"'Klllent.lrH.! N. 1 ton Philips. It would ,designate any city or town together with ut 10:00: o'clock I.. A. Davis, sup will be Kllzubeth ","lIIluIUB.At .

    cggH wore, preHMiiled to I ho library. II. O'Kcll'-y. I 11111 I a state road road No. (05 from $1,000 I worth of personal"' property I erintendent.Preaching. the evening hour of service

    .: KiU'HtM' UH t Ih.'.' arrivi'd.I f I Illunched Tho(11.111/ were recelve-d. nt the MulldliiR/ the W. M. S.: a point, I south of (Jalnesvllle/ onI Is exempt from forced sale under / nt 11:00 I : o'clock Sunday 8 o'clock, we will Join with the

    pecans wero 'served throughout I) door )by, lIIl'''. O. I I. HenHley. and1Mm. Mission "Study, I Demonstration, road, No. 13, extending I I In a southwesterly the process" of any court. The morning. The\ sormon subject nuptlsts. In u union service.

    the games.' : t l M: I.. I HlKKS 3 / and, unlifred I Into'I( Mrs. Tim I II. White.' ( I I ( direction to n point on proponed, amendment would, enable will be, "Like n Tree Springtime -0

    When scores worendd"d.(J I" Mrs. I Hie library where Mrs. I 1) K.: Duct, Miss( I'lzahethi'atts: ( [ State /lined No 5 at or 110111'VII.- heads of families to enjoy their I Sermon." S1'Ultli'i: / CHURCHHFISf'OIMb
    I Knlxlit l (iii-HMcnleil I them to .Mrn.I II.V. On congregation
    P. L. Wise who made high, WIIH MlHs Katherlno McClellan. llHton. property (lax free up to this will worship : :
    R;:ti Ig Ii I. who Was iittractlvcly ,; Roll clII I. amount. with the Baptists In the evening.
    given II )box of CYly's diiKtluK powder '
    al tired, I In an orchid, (lint( crepe.' KvcnliiK: I Si'Hhloii, I A memorial '-.. Joining In the union service to
    wrapped" und i Hod, with I I u shower / was 'Introduced/ by ---- Sunday services:
    of I little I I Kaster hlddl'-H.,, 111 rHo "table which. held I lie 1 punchbowl I'I'Tho 7:30: -- Devotional, (ialue.nvillaSunbeams. I Senator Watson asking congressto The bill to create special 1 road welcome the new Baptist minister 10 a.m., Church: School.

    C. A. Knight, who WIIH I lie for- I wan banked. with sweet PIIIM raise the tariff on Mexican and and bridge, district No. 8 In Clay /Rev. O. P. Raymond. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer

    tunato t winner I of second' (I received ; of every color und wax prenlded I I Hymn "Jesus Shall HelKn.,: ('ii Itaui /grown tomatoes( and peppers county was Introduced .In the senate Intermediate Leugiie/: Sundayafternoon R. S. CARLETON, Rector.

    handsome, curd tulilo) cover cnr- over by MrH. (I. (t. Whlto und Mrn.K. Prayer, Hcv. 'I' V. McCaul. BO that American farmers, especially I by Senator J. Slater Smith of at 2:00: o'clock. .---

    rled, liy u huge white I t hiinny.Mrn. M. Job IIH. SOUK -"'\'e'vo a Story to Tell In/ Florida may compete (ireen Cove Springs. It would Junior Leuguo Sunday afternoon VKTKKANS: : : TO :MEET: :
    Johtm nerved u HiiladcolrH .1 The proKram fol lowe: Violin I! lo I Ih" Nation" O. A.'s. In the open market. provide for the cost of constructing ut 2:45: o'clock..

    (( coiiHlHtliiK I ; of I plneuppln,I ( ) Hal- HoloH by Owen (lirlllln accompanied I- Declaration( of Order, H. A.'... I approaches to the Shands Senior Lean lie Sunday evening J. J. DIcklHon Camp U. C. V..

    . ad nut I bread crciuii choc-HO\ sandwiches by I'aul t night (III) Blue SkleMi I The( lit,ilditig of AHSoelatlonulYOIIIIIC I Validation of the stile. of a $25- bridge to be built across the St. at 7:15: o'clock. will meet In Starke on Sunday
    by Iterlln. und (Ih) Juno HroiiKbt J People's Work, .Miss Jennie IOU block of Johns river at Cl I Prayer tiieeti Wednesday evening -
    ]>otato chlpH I and. "lend, I tea. ) Special School District r e ell Cove Apr. 24, at the courthouse. All
    Small novelly Muster: eggs were lie HOHOM. IiiHtriinipntal( I aolo by Camp.) Mrs. L. O. Hovers, Mrs. No. 18 bonds: In Bradford Springs, at !8:00 J : o'clock. veteruiiH urged to attend.
    I I'aul i KnlKht: / (la ) Japanoxe) SiniHctby '
    1. N. Wood.llulldiiiK
    each county Is Nought 'In a bill -
    placed on pinto. sponsored W. 'I'\ Weeks, C. C.
    I I Vocal I HOOM! !Mrn.J. 1 l'IUsU''nItI.'III'ItC'1I; :
    Deerlnn. I
    ( by
    I'iiiylng: bridge were MeKduines Our Auxiliaries hy hy Senator 1) I K. Knight. of Provision for another death 8.Iorgnn.! Adjutant

    A. 7.. Adklns, O. I. llnynes (I. M. lj. I'lckorell 1 nrcnnipiinleil l yMrs. I Prayer" and Mission Study, ?ihrc.i Stnrke. It was passed nnd certified house at Halford, to increase facilities .
    l John 11.) ThoinaH ( a ) AtDiuvnliiK I IJ Last Sunday was n great day -
    hUll an, J. I... peeks J. C. Hobln- i 10.:: A. Wood. to tho II 0 II lie. Immediately \ OIl the state prison f<.irm The
    regular number of hills .la
    J ) by ('adman t ll I b) Tell M<* In this church. The church wasptoftiutel'y
    J non N. Sternberg" I"'. b.'I.. ', J. (enlistment: and Pomonal SOI'1 lifter Senator Knight's/ (first measure for the electrocution of pt'rHOII"H..llt..III'll decorated with filling,: (the legislative hopper andns
    l.ltlln Merlin., IiiHtril- plantsuittil
    rymy by
    I,. I'lckorell. J. M. Mitchell, C. A. |' vlco :Mrs. K. A. McCulHkey.! was passed it hot her one validating I- lo dentil would be malI,'"
    I usual li und reds of I them will
    :\11' Idiot' flowers In honor of En..lerdny. \
    meiital HoloH by M.ThonniH
    (llvlu.it, Miss n'ulah"ood :Mc- tlie' bill ,
    KnlKlit I W. Laurie Kdwards. of 1 the recent action of by a Introduced 'In the house .
    ", ((11) ierinan 1 Mcilley I by The choir and ( .0111.1(1111011j"hl(1 die on the calendar. The presentlegislature
    Jacksonville( nnd I H. V. KIIIRht., Cowan.HldKccreHt; I Bradford I county I I hoard of public of representatives" by Representative -
    'lu beautiful : ,does not Heem disposed -
    Schiilhorr Ib) Little 'Hiillct\ ( heartily some
    by I I Y. W. A. Camp, tl"cc. ,
    I uii3t met lout, pertaining( I I ; to school Fred II. Davis of Leon county -
    -- ---- Kaster: selected from (the to take up any time with leg-
    HoloH :Mrs. ,
    !MiiSHiinl.I Vocnl I hy A. songs
    J. II. t'rolsHiint.State 'bonds, and certified speaker of the house. Tho
    was passed to
    run, MKKTIMJ. : : / orAVOMAVM .
    ; II IInl. tHlntlon that tends to disturb the
    C'I.I'U'I'ho AdkltiH nocompanloil: by MrH. I II Y.V.. .\. C'nmp, Mrs. II. thu Iiouiso.I 'bill I i calls i for tin appropriation of ) 111
    : I IiVltt) C. JonoB (111)) The Sweet-I C. Smith. 1 $10.000 for the construction of u Several persons' wero received, even tenor of the way In Florida.

    eHt Story) Kvi-r: Told by St lilts ( 11)) I Into membership 'In the church With the present big developments:
    Address Mrs. W. L. llurrell.Playlet death house
    I House bill No. :i.12.: reiiulrennil new adjacent to tho111'OH"lIt
    ( regular( ( monthly I I meeting I ,: of A I lllrlluluy by ('UWPlI.'o"ul solos "The I Door and the ordinance of baptism wasadministered. In every' part of the state capital
    Open death
    of motor vehicles I house on the Ita I-
    owners 01'or -
    the Woman'H iiuh I of St a rIce WIIH hy IMHH| Florence Matthews uc- I The\ Impressive service will be encouraged, Instead of being -
    iiilneHVlllu h you tug people. ciat'ul driven the highways ford farm.

    held WednoHiliiy, nfternoon.. Apr. eli iii|li ii ill by MrH.I John M.ThonniH I. I :Morning I SfNNli .\pt', 2H of this stale upon to have the: "' of the ordination I I of nn elder. ; hampered, by numerous laws
    13, 19U7:! nt. I the "club hoilHO. I 111)) I.ovo Like I lie Dawn --- was appropriately conducted, by that would mean nothing even If
    10:00--(I Ilovotlonul MrH. fl. W. i
    : inline and place' of the owner to- l' IO110:1.1: : : lThere \(
    After I a short. |1I11..11I.M| Hussion, Came Htc-alhiK; by Cailniun ( b) Chapman.MulldhiK. t i (the pastor' and the session ot I he I they were" iiilo'pted.
    I' Kether with the make, anileiiKlne
    I In which MomlumoH l .1. I II.I I Ultcli.I style -
    I Her I I Dream by Waller.Wlillo '
    ; (the W. M. S. (continued -
    number of such vehicle Impressed I
    I). C. Jones and, J. L. 1'cpk were refreshments I wore )beluxHirved will1 be a union meeting ,
    The Circle .Standard', Mrs.J. .
    ) I 1I on the number plate or license -
    appolnteil) IIH nominating' committee Miss Ktliel: (h irlllln lit the Sunday night ut the Baptist
    I H. (Cay.HtilldliiK. ,! tan, attached to such vehicles i
    to report nt tho monthly meetInn p1 ii tic, und ()we it Crlllln, vIol Iii, Character Through authorizing! the making I
    In !II 11 y. the preHldent) 1 MrH. N. |ila>,'"I u ii Ii tfl tier of a(> \ (hood Literature, Miss ThelnmDrown. I' will be to extend n welcometo YES 'HKS 8
    D. Wulnwrlght I, turned,. tho meeting enl pleri'B." IIII'I'\I'.MI-1 I of contracts thereof 1 proscribingthe the /Kiv. fl.! 1'. Raymond the
    I I
    I charge to bo mtido therefor STORAGE
    new of the church.
    over to 1\I1'S. H. A. Weeks, The MlHses Jackson \ / Heport of nomlnalliiK/ commlt- und, the method of collection and pastor .
    chairman I of tho Amerlcun. I Home Mlililleton, Miss KthPl: UrlfUii( and 1 toe. distribution thereof. The program/ will be us follows:

    Coin 10 I I tee. JIll'". A. 7.. Adklns I delighted Miss l'I<)I'l'm'o Matthews I served re- Solo, Mlsn Kllu; Hoblnson. Music will be furnished by the

    the audience with two vocal rroHhiiients" roiiHlstliiK of Ice cream 11:00: -Address, Mrs. Taul II. Sale or offering for sale of clioir of the Haptlst church, assisted Starke
    I II II at bei'H. onIlY 110)''' by Cur- und cuko for the hostesu and pro- Whlto. by others of the different Smith's Garage
    seeds, plants und nursery stocks
    ran and( "Will 0 tho WlHp" by I4ett(oil each guest with II dainty 12:00-Lunch: hour. untrue to the name under which ctiu relies.
    SprnsH with 1\11'11. I). C. Jones at oiiiuet l of sweet
    '| pean. Afternoon S.lolI they were described: would bo pun- Scripture and prayer, \V. E.Duugherty. !

    the plnno. The speaker for Jean(tho 1:00: --Devotional. Mrs. L, O. Isliablu by fines up to $500, by a : '

    afternoon wan !MrH. Laurie ('I'I.J; >:IIIt.\TI'M: TWKXTV.KIIIHTitiitniDiv Powell. bill Introduced Jointly In the Address of welcome, E. M <00 -=-- :
    Held 1 of JnckHonvlllo who gave a
    Opt-n forum. house of representatives by Dr. W. Rook
    Hllmulntlng talk on tho American 'V. M. U. ItulldlnK Troubles and .F. MacKenzie representative from Response, O. P. Raymond.

    Home. Thin WIIH followed by, two :Mr. and, MI-H. It. H. Prevail (>11- Aids, Mrs. II. C. Peelman. t Lake county, and Representative Charge to the paster, Dr. Tucker. FJ.
    rendered piano numbers hyMrx. R. DAVIS & CO.
    ably '
    tertalned at u dinner party 1'11- Heport of committees. I n. M. Frisbee of Clay county.A .
    HolllH V. KnlKht. nenday, evenliiK, ut their home Christ the Master Builder (Consecration Charge to the church, L, .
    Tho ho..ta..H.TeH.lum"M! O. I.. about a tulle from, town In honor Service" ) Mrs. A. It. bill for the creation of the Kit-kilter. T K =1s4, -

    Ilnynus I II. I' .lonen F. II. Long, of tho twenty-IIi-Ht birthday aniilvernnry Wise.Dismissal.. Twenty-Sixth Judicial circuit I i 'A cordial Invitation Is extendej., : ANCE
    Freeman. Yf I
    H. H. JoncH. J. 1 11. Hitch. *
    of their soil. N'uthiin.A .
    through division of the Eighth circuit to all (to attend the service an
    Register (S. L. Peek and, C. L.
    IOIIK tattle was placed In the sponsored by Representative thereby show their appreclatlc
    Peek Hcrvccl, n temptlnK. /: salnd yard, where I tho KnoHtH; were Hervedu 01 10 ."i tfu .!> tg.jI > A. M. F.dwards: of Alachua county of having! Brother /Raymond con *
    course" with I I .Iced tea.i. dollcloiiH dinner I t Ihe host ess, 'tBLISHED 1686 1
    by I
    was the third of the second readIng to Starke to make his home wit

    --..----- usnlHtcd$ hy her Hlster 11I1'''. Klinhall. ( measures to pass without op U'4. .., .
    \ HONOR oi' \ .I..OItl11".1111.111I"11.1'.11. : \ ., NEW RIVER
    I. This union
    position.Issuance, was a. LE FLA.HEDQClCD ;
    After dinner t tho guests were Invlti'd ) ranged for by the Ministers A .

    .I :McMillan. l I I entertained Into I lie bUllet where thorooniH 0 4 II of bonds by any city or soclatlun, nt Its regular meetli ;. ..

    I a parly. of )'oUIIII; folks of I ho lower door were town In the state when such\ bonds and It shows the kindly christi :

    Saturday evening I honoring their t tastefully I I decorated with cut (lowers Mr. )Kverett; ( Johns of friends Okeecholieo und. constitute a lien against/ the property spirit that exists among tho ml no 1 '

    Jllp,'t'. !MHH| Lnnrii Lee I Hemingway I and I fern. I Here they were entertained City wits vlsltlnx In such cities or towns, unless fitters. and people of the church l.1l..1 '--'---'---- i. ;

    of \\'lliaoi, N. (V. and MHH| Alice. I with I I I 11I1t'I''Mtln(1I11I"H I / ,relatives t I here I last Sunday. the 'isHiinnco' be ratified by u niuiiKsrirs uf Starke.
    Dana of Fcrmuidlmi.Music and mushAbout '. Mr. and !Mrs. II. F. Henfroe I i
    ittVltite -- -- -- : RATES
    GO several I frlendx spent taHt. Sunday
    anil were playeddurliiK I guests
    gumes SprhiKS. ;: OF' AKK: : IOXTKSTEighteen : :Miner I ,and, I children. I Heat rice" and
    ; I the course of lie e CcItt I UK.ItefruHlinientH from tiulnesvllle and Lake Dulleriinionic ;
    '. ':IIC;II.-III'S: : FlU II': Ilowurtl. All the children and
    and the m 1' HLUK BUS LINESLEA'EI'TA
    of "lee cream I them, enjoyed hospitality -
    Mr. Willie James HutledKO of beautiful cakes wero grand children were present with I
    fancy caken wore nerved at (lie ( of Mr. anil Mrs. Prevail and
    : liH
    Inlacluilta and, Miss Amy Henfroe entered Saturday when the SnowDrift the exception of Earl Roberts, TW.CH.U\II.tNuRTtI AMI SOITILTo
    cloHo of tho parly whllo fruit many gifts were presented to Na-
    of New Hlver were united In iliaI"rhlle and. Wesson Oil firm put on who Is attending Tulane UulverHlty JACKSONVILLE $1.60 .
    punch wan( nerved III the diningroom ttmn as mementos of tho ocniHlon.( I
    Saturday 11:00 o'clock In a contest under the wupervlslon In :New: Orleans, and Lonnle '
    I throughout the evening/: A 'GAINESVILLE .90
    ; and "Mrs." J. Emmett Roberts, Jr., of Jackson, I
    Starke. The bride was becomingly of Mrs. O. L. neasley
    color m home of yellow and white .II' IOU II. V. P. t., I OCALA $2.15 ,
    attired III Hummer tan satin. L. Peek two members of the locnlV0Il18n'a ville.
    was carried out effectively. Mrs.McMillan IMIHT.\IMI: :\ : ) TAMPA $5.90
    iiHHlHtpd In looklnK 'I Mrs. Hutledne/ U a typical blondeof \ Club. .
    She Miss Kate Livingston carried off II cju tj, 'Ii 1' ig' 0 .
    beauty. was very popular
    Tickets and Information
    after the pleasure of her guests by Members of the Junior D. Y. P. CORPEMVG DRUG STOKEJUimIWIlIUIlWltWIUUllUUlUIIIIIUUIIIUUiUIHIII
    friends honors and received a reward
    wide circle or high
    In a .. .1
    Mm. L. A. Moade, and MHH! Rosa U. were delightfully entertained
    J tliroiiKhout the community. of $5.00) which she donatedto .
    Leviton. by their leader. Miss Inez Amerluithy "- :------------ ----------
    .9 Mrs. UiitledKe lit the daughter theVoniaui'.. Club. Mrs. O. L. 4 BROOKER of
    Those attending the party were: from G:30: to 6 : 30 o'clock I

    ij Misses Lucllo JohiiH Ruth Stern- Tliurxday afternoon iu the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Henfroe of Hitynes. Mra. John Uglow and received!Mrs. 4 _""" "..." .!. ,' '' ''
  • The .Is a J. 'v. Andrews Jr., each
    New Hlver. groom .
    berg. Hazel I Mlddleton. HarrietItitch. of tho Klrnt Maptlsl church. .
    I Krandson of Mr. and Mrs.V.. T.Turner I a mayonnaise set as a reward for
    KIslo Jones 111'11"00011", An egg; limit was the main feature Mr. and 1 Mrs. O. a. Strayhorneof I
    of Lake Iluutler.Mr. (the display of their culinary art. BEAN
    (lussle 1lue'III1..U.\ UOHII Lovl-' of the afternoon nml litter1t and Mrs. HutledKO "..rtlltlll'dl1Y Due to a shortage III SnowDrift Wild wood spent Sunday here as

    ton. Miss Louise CIlllH( Alachua: t the! youtiK folks wero all Heated In j ju afternoon for "Istnchuttu, several wishing to enter thecotitest guests of the hitter's parents, Mr.
    !Messrii. I Hamilton Hitch (leraldMlddleton large circle on the lawn and nnd :Mrs. t K. M. Huzeii. .
    unable to do. HO and Save Two
    Hutledne U employed.HTHirKUM were
    wheroII' : Money
    Joe SlHtrnnk.i I Don I Hoover wore served with Unlit refresh- Ways I
    --- for this reason two prizes were J. W. Plnholster of Tampa i
    Comer Long, Curlyle Hitch ,'otislet Ing of sandwiches
    nitMits ; I SOTH''l': omitted from the Hat.t spent Saturday and Sunday hereas
    tinier ;?McMillan: lien McMillan' ami, pitneli.h.tieIi )'S: LAMMNUOwing / guest: of his mother :Mrs. A. 1
    dna Wiggins owpn tlrlllln. Joe member Invited a friend
    t 'KI.KIIKATKS: : :: sI.'h.N'rii'1IIiii : ; : J. Plnholster.
    lltver. 1"1'0111111,10 were. Nolan to enjoy I this occasion nnd about to the loss and the 111'kf'l'p Inlln.\VE. Miss Jennie Maud Crosby of 1 Shippers of fresh string beans when purchas-

    ranova. Henry Ulakley. John 50; yoiniK folks were present. of bathliiK suits, I will dlsconllmm Jacksonville spent Sunday:! here as ing hampers should bear in mind that the express -

    Henry hemingway; Andrew Fuyo Jacknon Welch, Miss Abernnthy was assisted InentertulnlnK I i riMitlnK t i of bathing suits. ; :. J. Roberts of I.uwtey:""'who guest of her sister and brother- charges on hampers carrying less than
    C.enrKe" Schailk. I lie folks by
    youiiK and caps after !May 1. Inlaw11': and Mrs. Ku: banks.R. ,
    and, Joe Dana of Fernandlna. IUT mother Mrs. P. l ie. Barefoot ; To those who desire to bathe at ''Yl'hiis
    0i -. -, and MeHdamen K. A. NewHom and Strickland's Landing at KInKsley/ birthday with a dinner party spent the week-end, herewith I am in position to sell you a first-class hamper -
    i ir\M: >Kni .l.I.L: I.: l'\lo: ," ''J. W. };lIwllrtl'4.I .
    I ..____ Luke will now please bring your given; nt his home 'In Lawteyfor bill Iurenl.II'! nnd11': ''. P. for less than you are paying for cheaply
    bathing( outfit wllh you, or you
    his chili' and grandchildren. ( built
    The 1':1'\\ orth League Union KNTKHTAINS:: :: CIIHISTIAXIMIK.VOI I will Ins il isstt ppiui tited. lien Supp of New-: River spent short-weight hampers, saving you money

    which\ i lncludi('H the :MethodlHtbnrche : : I If you bring your own bathing A lunge birthday cake containing last week here with relatives and ;;:: on the hamper and at the same time you will

    ,' of Huwthorne. Inlandirove suit. It will only rout you 15 centsto / friends. the full
    Chrlllthll-; Kndeuvor: ; was dollxhtfiilly I tapers centered the table and get benefit of the express rate. A
    4 (; "'11"10. :\1"h'oH"t I and Starko.met The bathe purl or all\ day at my
    basket K. M. llnzen was business visitor
    on either end was 8 cut glass short-weight of
    "1I1'I.tlllne,1rhlay evo- hamper beans will not bring
    here landing.I
    Tliurxday evenlaK I ; with to Hawthorne Friday.Mr. .
    iihout% 100 !'l'M"IIt. Starke recolvd thing; at the home of Mien Lucille I I do not allow drinking, gambling tilled" with bountiful sweetpeas. you the same price in the markets I
    # i The dinner was served In ; and !Mra. Hump Conley of as one carrying -
    ,d the, banner at thin meollun(\ for .IcdiiiH., Howls of sweet pens were dancing' ( the use of profane I Okeecliobeo were culled here Friday full weight.
    ., used In decorutlntt.Atter i' or dogs In the water, orrlllllllllll' courses. "
    iiavlnn the largest number of InnguaKo
    : morning to the bedside of her .
    Mr. Hoover
    I About 3:00: o'clock
    several 'n ami conti'Htu .
    inemborn Kamt at large on premises. 'I'

    John jireHent.Mr. Hiiperlntendont!Martin.\ I'nlon FirstDoiiiirtRient lead( wore hy enjoyed Misses LudllolItl'll the hostess: I IUMHI"t.t I feel. like Hemember you can tills obey and the If above you ,,'jof took Hoover a group Hros.picture Studio of all Starke.\ thereIn father Mr. und Mr. C.Mrs.J. :Matt.L. W. Sowels of Why Lose Money? I II

    ell and 1 Klizabelh: KeaJrlck served order that Mr. Roberts may not High Springs spent part of last
    the devotional.Due \ I rules, I will be glad to you
    I to the nbHence of the prenl- delicious t tuna fish so I" ii. saltlnes.olivet come to my landing to spend your only have a pleasant memory but week here with :Mr. and :Mrs. C. I Following prices are in effect cyi full bushel
    ''n of this delightful ocruslon. J. !Mutt.
    pickles" and Iceil tea, with
    dent the vlfo preHldent. !MmIluker time.
    of Hawthorne conductedthe small I bunches of sweet peas as I past He..p..ctfull. :Mr. and Mrs. Cl. n. Colson motored :: capacity ((32 lbs. net) hampers : I

    biiRlncHH meethiK. SplendUl favorsTlioHo' I A. S. Strickland. I Those present at this dinner to Lake City Friday, while

    "reports from department' were atteiidlnK, til la party be- I I were :Mr. and :Mr*'. Lonnle }:. ItoI they were there they were guests i 1 to 21 each. ___20c

    made ami several Important motloiiH "h"'" the members' were MissesPivdrtka Tn.\IS S< 'HKI: > "I,.: hens. Mr. an,1Ir8.! John1.: 1.I of Mr. John Colson. 25 to J9 each
    I _
    __ jgc
    made and carried. Struth. Ruth Sternbert I Houtli boil ltd I Roberts and Mrs J. Thompson of Mr. and !Mrs. S. S. Bowling returned ---- "____

    A reception and Modal hour followed Kunlce I 1'erklns, Hazel Klckllter; I Due StarkeNo. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. E. here Wednesday from Lake 50 to it'J: each _-____ /gc

    \t at the club house with a Messrs.. Hamilton Hitch. Joe Ollivvr. 3 (Limited ) 9:58: a_m. j Torode and children. Mary Lucille. City where they have been visiting -j 100 or more, each_I/7Hc

    proicram of HonK. readlnna. orchestra Louis Davis. J. I). Doyle and No. 11 ( Local) 10:30'a. m. \:.Iwln and John Arthur Mr. and for the past two weeka.

    . Belertlona und 'Kamea Cr'I
    } ranged by Mrs. A. W. AnderHon.UHwIsted Jhll'llett'lInM: of Gainesville. i NorlhlKiuml* I Hazel and Joseph of l1al
    by Miss Trace Wood. -- | No. :2 I (Local) 5:05: a. m. and !Mm. K. L. Biggs and children. !llr.. Q. W. Alderman Mra.\ ij

    F RefrcHhmentc of sandwlcho* A business and program meetIIIK No. 12 (Local) 3:55 p. m. I Leslie and, Robert Enoch and !Mr. J. M. Brownlee all of Starke. and J. L. HARRELL

    *4 and Iced tea wero served the of the llaptlHt W. M. B. will No. 4 ( Limited!) 6:20: p. m. and Mrs. J, W. Andrews. Jr. and Mra. T. J. Terry and !\I.... Eva Anderson -

    ueMtllI..... Anderson was anted lie held Monday afternoon. 4:00: I, 8l rke-* \\'.n_ IlrmnchI "'children.\ Jacquelln and Joe III, of of Ll1wte,., all attended the LAWTEY FLORIDAIt'

    In thin by Mrs. L A. Duvls o'clock. at the church. All members -I 101 leaves Starke 6:30 a. m. Starke!, Mr. Z. J, Rocerti and son Woman's Missionary meeting here I

    d MI Madge! Mlddletou. urged to be No. 102 arrives Starke 2:10: p. m. 'Jefferson of Hastings, Mra. Effle Saturday. .
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    -;;; --' -"I ,,,-,,, -, -, ,-, -'- -. '" "lit,' "II,iI.I""'"001111 -- -,Iii Oil the guest of :Mr. und :Mrs, L. A. 1

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    I II I Even a singlc'lrack mind must hare safety

    Bits of } I Lena says I If It Is funny chocolates -

    .. or other candy conic In and Hgllfllsi The '
    look over my stock 0'i these, j I
    whlth I have lust rerelvril East:
    I II ]
    local Nev n End ----- -
    .! 1: 111 I'M. N.-.: .\. Illlu-lt. who has been

    i "]>eiidlng the winter In Ill-Land I II II Ii values in 'i
    Concerning Our People, Business and ii with her son-lii-l.iw and
    Progress of the County and Town. I ( o1. and :Mrs J. E. Futth. bus i '

    e, arrived to speed some time with
    ,j her son-in-law and daughter :Mr. ( bTUotUOK

    ,,1I""IIII, 0,1,,' --:.!... __ ..0 nn.l! :Mrs. H. L. Hi-ownlco. each price classCHEVROLET

    I'JHIOI>> I': IIIOI'IUI.: hell hllhl'i, fur |buys MI.OO)" ill I IsrFNn
    { :Mr. and :Mrs J. H. Lord spent
    211, ii>27 "" '1'11"0" ''' '',
    the first pnrt of the week in Winter 1 aI...
    April :Max Min Preclp. ---- -- ------ Haven going there for the w'X H W _ry" -. / t ne
    13 82 55 0 N.-.: D. Hull was among those niecllng of the
    14 81 57 0 attending I the Presbytery /and Pres- Odd. Fellows. MI'.. Hillings, mother I I

    15 sa 65 0 hterlal l In St. Augustine held of !Mrs., Lord iicioinpanled l them I,

    111 116 III 0 "lIe"lIo'e 17 Mtl 61 0 da)'. to visit friends. : rsua

    18 liD 62 0 ---- --- ----- ----- I $525 to $745 The quality car of the ,.
    U> 88 62 0 C'hiifti, Corn Velvet Henna IIlIcll'e.1I1l1t 1 :Mr. und Mrs\ /. J. Kolx-rls! anti Ii low priced field. 3-speed transmission. +
    20 84 59 0 Seed. Kit-kilter's itMrs. son of Hasting!* spent) purl of Sunday i KA\KL\f! IIY ,11:111..l1l.'I' ,
    FisherBodies. Duco finish. Fullyequlp-
    < In 1.111"hl'I'e they were

    Total 0 '1'. J. lirlflln and /grand" intents at a birthday dinner, party A MOHEKX DEMAND.. i iI 4 > ell! 7 models. Also TRUCK CHAS-

    4I".hll..n daughter.; Gloria Johns Hix-nt last given by :Mr. !Hobt-rts' father, E. -.ISI': .-tott. $395: 1-ton, $493. -

    :\ .. .$1sill r I'to..nh'.1.! ."'.I... week In Sanford. with Mrs. Crlf-;, J. Roberta. Later In the afternoon I I1l.'catll it is ;a safe, Sure service at I'malll'ost11,1'\ is .
    :\11'. and :Mrs. Roberts motored I
    llu's brother-in-law. and ulster, Mr.and .
    to Starke to visit. her harems a time 8wl'OI'l'Y saver supremo.It J
    Mrs. L. I':. Jordan. I II
    Mrs. A. Z. Adklns spent Saturday PONTIAC
    Judge; and 111-s: (G. A. Gardiner. is aiul is within the reach of
    In Jacksonville ._ I a positive luxury \ ?
    The J. J. UlckeiiMoii of the few ions I II
    lamp all-except in comparatively)' I transact
    i "six"
    Confederate Veteramt will ho entertained : Col. A. S. Crows: and wife of $775 to- $975-Mo.. powerful
    where is .
    Senator D. K. Knight spent the : < at dinner Sunday, Apr. SUnko': and :Mr. II/ \It. Howling; I personal )presence imperative.One ) I in its price class Fisher Bodies. Duco

    weekend In Starke with his family. 21, at the Magnolia: Cafe: by the Rniford met Mr.: E.: E.: Howling I tJ'iawill\ \prove its advantages! fini"1{ Prautiful lines. Value proved l
    [I W. T. Weeks chapter of l''. D. C. from Dahlia (In., at the homo of I, <
    1 models.OLDSMOBILE '
    sales. 5
    :Marshal Dow ling: here on Tuesday dented I

    All varieties of seed pens. Kick- Eiistoililies: now ready.: I5c per and held< a pleasant reunion. It .I
    liter's. It blossom or hud. 'ome and get was n most enjoyable meeting; for ,

    them. Mrs.: F. II. Cady at Kliigtt- nil these members of the family.\ i
    Representative A. J. Thonms I..Pal'k on Klngsley/ Lake. It -Lake Hutler Times." I

    spent the week-end hero with Ills If you are Interestpil In your : Ik-ginning/ Apr. :2.1! and ending is no Substitute for Safety" I ..r'R 7 5 to $1190A fine car at moderate

    family. ('Ollr.. I I cost Powefu16-cylindermotor. Handsome -
    iiHslHthiK, In organizing a chapter ':Girls. 1"lr"tltl Week of the Junior ,, t

    :Dire "'. Laurie' Kdwonli: 1 of of Sons of ('ollr'derlll"'el''Ils' '' i First Aid Legion. The reglHlrn-; (In \/rr/ ,>Measure\ ff TVi/rrfnvt''' i Fisher Bodies. Duco finish.
    Jacksonville. spent Friday, with In tills community tlon books will 1)0) open at ('0"- 4-wlu-i-l brakes 11 models.OAKLAND.
    :Mrfl. I 1.. M. Johns.llrliiK ..-- ------ | penlng's. Drug Store< and the only 'Roll of Jjonor" Bank; h

    \ll Muds ol' Inn1 al/ StMi'iifurc e'f.r.'n'lt.c I II

    your fowls, fryer" roostem 'l the name and udilruHS of the r

    and eggs/ to the HUH: End: l l1111": : Lorenzo Green him returned I ilmy or 'y'Irl wishing; to join i toItwtlier I .

    ket. from Tampa where. she was 11 I with a fee of 6 cents! Every
    -.-- -- --- ---- delegate, from" Slnrke chapter\ IS'o-': i I member will ruiolvc a II rut, aid kit 1-- -- -- --- -

    \\'. C'. demons, of the LinMey 1 I US to tint Grand;, ('hlll'leI' ofFloridi IlL, filet aid) hook of IIIHI'ul'lloIlK., ( parents, :Mr, and :Mrs, \\'. W Halsden. Htni-ko. H. I II. Nolonoy. $1095 to $1295-A "six" that mninn ;t

    section was 'u visitor to StaikeTliuiBday. O. !1H.: meeting.; : n membership button and a certl- 4-lS-lt and holding goodwill on pet tot m- ,
    -.--- I llcate\ entitling him to membt-r- -
    -. .- MlHHcn: Myi'llce I ami MyrwlnJackson I ship. '! :lJI':: Jack: () ;lIaiI; inul little' FOR HI'N'I'- -Two private ); once Beautiful bodies by Fisher.

    "Slri t nlxTK', .*. Club nt the :Mitchell! cottage.Ki'onchiitH !' Can you afford to be- without aI Irs., 0[I. A 1':I'I"'r"'HI ol I.aki- & Davis 3-18tf i I 4

    : Luke Kliitfslc'y: on I good \portrait" i of euch nu-nilier of Butler spent\ Thiiridin" with Sh.-i-, -- '
    ('uallil\ JIi-H." 1C. M. Johns left Tuesday evening. I your famllv. Some ]ny It will boI tiT and Sirs.: W.I KppfiHim:
    Tuesday to spend I tho remainderof I I too late. Think it over anil, make :,, --. FOIt SAMHV: O VNFat--10: I f acres BUICK i

    the week in Tallahassee. Pr. mid Mrs.\ it. A. Tucker :Mr. Ian appointment.' C'uhts so lltllo.menus :I| Harold, C Wall spent 'rIll"-."") of land near good; road 3 miles :',

    and<1 :Mrs. J. D\!. Mitchell\ und< :Miss so much Portraits, Live In JiuksonvUlo on 1 liiiHliu-ss> from Slarko: 20 acres fencr-d;
    Let 12 acres\ In pecan) trees, balance $1195 to $1995 Famous valve-In. ,
    your portrait pay your Lucille Johns motored to St. Aug- Forever I Hoover Hros. Sludlo. "
    friends n visit. Photograph live tI..tllle'edllpKda)' to attend<1 the ______. i timbered ; n.. good strawberryland !hard 6-cylinder engine New models I

    forever Hoover Hi-os. Studio. Presbytery which was lield there. Mrs. J. C. Haiilerson, daughter/ :i as In the county, nil for vibrat ionU-ss! beyond hel.et.! Fisher
    and 1 Saladlii, [ A ) $800 ; terms. II. I.I Hrownloo.
    Ml s Addle. Mae son CENT WORD
    4-8-tf. Bodies. Duco: finish, la mo cl>s.>
    Miss Florence Matthews and :Misses Madge; Mlddleton, l\I'r- with11': David Richard attendeda ,I
    Eugene Matthews spent Saturday t fee Jackson, l Ethel Griffin) Hazel large; birthday party In honor of
    COLUMN BABY CII1X\ -Tarn-red, White
    in Jacksonville Mlddleton! Mrs n. C. White and Mr. Nathan t revntt nt his home. In ,I l.ng- r
    borne, ICc ]tells, 18c
    ; ; BpnclalHarred
    Mrs II. C. Hitch motored to Jacksonville Starke on Wednesday night which Foil ItJo-:1'--.A-': apartment nt

    Mrs. C. n. Shank of Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. proved a most delightful affair for I I reasonable prtco.. J. F. Kl kilt sires. 20c.Hocks Order, 228 direct to 277 for egg Inn/ LAS A l.LE tlga

    spent Sunday with her mother ------ all concerned. The party' returned or. l-22-lt:!
    I modlnto dell e
    Mrs. Lily Lewis. and< Mrs. L. V. Moore had at u late hour. Mr. Prevail bos very. Joseph Darlington $249510 $2685General M"tors' new ..
    Springs Flu
    as out of town guests Sunday. many warm{ friends In Lake Hutler : FOR SALK: Two lots cast of Colley's ,'1-s-lOt-O-lO and beautiful car designed and built by 1
    Snlvla plants, 50o per dozen, !Miss Bertha Moore, :Mr. Melton II. I who are always pleased to honor Shop for $225 each '\'.
    postage pl'epald.Irs.: H. :M. Agin. Lang; and Mr. and Mrs. 11. n. Alvarez him when an apportnnlty presents 10. nau hpr'y.' --1-22-lt:! Cadillac. 8-cylinder V-type) engine.
    Waldo, Fin 4-22tf of Jacksonville.Mr. itself-Lake Butler Times. WHY PAY HKNT: ? When you cnn Dodiea! by Fisher.Duco finish. f models. ;
    FOIL SAMFlower: MaixN' Due 1 buy> u live room house on n linocorner 11

    Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Uazone of Jock firlllls; :Mr. Harold Many relatives and friends, of etch Qtilgley and JiiiviH' lot, for 'I GO cash. and a

    Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Wall. Mr.\ Willie Epperson and, (the Green; family from Lake Mutter 1-22-lt biil.iuce ut $20 |per' "month without n

    Starke. Mr. Carl Johns of Stnrke were and adjacent towns, both In Intercut., 'Ibis properly Isvllliln
    visitors to Lake Butler on Mon- this and other ,counties were present FOK BALK: Porto Itli-o sweet \ one blink of Mix! llrxlBlroct / CADILLACr

    Mrs. H. J. Ha\is and little day night.--Lake Hutler Times. at the sixty-fourth birthday potato draws H. I*. Stevenson. to ,bo paved anti I Is limured r;,

    Laughters, Ida Lola and :Marjorie i anniversary of :Mr. U. H. Green 4-15-tf ,I for $ I50.( HUH street Unlit( I $2905to'X)00) PionccrS-cyliadercur. J / n

    In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Fields and which took week ago last on COIIIIT" $ilill on terms" niim-'
    I spent Monday I place a FOIL UJoN'l'-A: seven-room house, 50 body. .styles: and 1 types by Fisher and I ,,
    -- Charles, and Mm. U. S. at the big country house ell I buys II. If taken nt ""I'V I ,
    son Sunday
    we1.r..ellell\ ; bath, hot and, Flectwcjod. 500( color and upholstery ;.
    : I K.:
    Doiigln-rly. .l-Jli-lt":!:!
    Oean! hampers and strawberry Powell spent Sunday In Iluldwln of Mr. I1IIII1\In. dreen near Hrook-" I
    cold water. berry Street It.
    crates and cups. J. F. Kit-killer. visiting !Mrs H. L. Tanner, sisterof I er. The house was Hied with the combinations. Duco finiuhes. j
    Phono 133W. -l-l-lf .
    A. Greet I
    I.IJOJ--Apl'li! PrlcoH Norman's
    Mrs. Fields and daughter of : relatives and 1 friends of the family. II

    Mrs. Lucy Powell hag returned Mrs. Powell. The occasion" was also the LOST -- Two horses since last Chliks.plant. )Flocks Hiiuth's lusted oldest, ,and,largest! [ALL PKICI.S: I-, C>. II. tatI[ ( >RILSJGENERAL ... ,
    accredited -
    relatives I'
    with 1 birthday anniversary J
    from a few days'vl fifty-seventh
    ----- Tuesday night. Ueusnnable reward
    and friends In Jacksonville.For Don't forget; Haker' Hroii will ho of Mrs. Green. Lake (HutlerTimes. paid. fur Information lending .. Quality. Thousands ] ,
    hero :Monday Wednesday and Friday dally. Itoady now. Fully pro.
    to recovery. J. A. MiKlnney. \ and MOTORS stands back of
    paid guaranteed. Write
    ; or
    Saturday we will have lamb to buy your strawberries. Walt .
    Sturke. '1.22.ltLos'r
    veal, beef and pork. East End: for us. 2t Itev. O. P. Raymond, who has wire 1'(0GO 100 COO 1000 I A double ,
    n & WLcg., A nc. n. .. $65! $125 cars. guar-
    Grocery. for tho past year been teachingtho I/ -- Sulrcuso somewhere between -
    Mrs. Josephine Edwards) who Men's Bible class In the South- Starke and, (:lal 1 resvllho Orps, Rocks Ueds 8 15 73 140 antee back of one. Decide which :
    1 1'. ,1. f> 16 78 150 every
    :Mrs. J. "'. Kllllan Is here from has spent the past four months In side Baptist church, has recently Monday afternoon. Notify II. Corps. Wyanil. I ? Ij Ijcar
    Black Mountain N. C., visitingher << Plant City with her son-in-law and accepted a call to the pastorate of J. Grant; A. T. O. House, utGainesville. Assorted Chicks 6 12 55 100, best suits your purse. Then clip and I
    father, J. M Truby. daughter; Mr. and 1\IrK. It. O. Dan- the First Baptist. church at Starke Iteward. '1-22-21 Sensible cat. with new helpful
    iels has returned to her home In I: Flit, und has left Lakeland to take brooding Ideas. Buckeye brood- send the coupon. We will send you free

    :Mrs. M. E. Edward and. :Mrs. Starke. up his new work. Dr. Raymond, FOR SAM-: -Small 102B model erA, quick shipment. C. A. I
    LeRoy Iloan of Jacksonville have during his stay In Lakeland has Ford trunk In good shnpe, at a Norman J Knoxvllle, Tenn. ( I I.II. full information about that car, together

    been recent guests of Judge and M..I'I.V.' J. Epperson has returned so conducted his teaching of the bargain, J. C. :Manning phone \ C. A. ) "4-8-41-29 it

    Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. from Tampa where she attended | Melts Bible class In the Southsldi I I 111, Sturke Fla. .12221FOll ....-.-.-- ----- with a wonderfully interesting illustrated j h 1I 1 "
    the Grand Chapter of 0. Baptist church, that he endeared ,' I
    Don't forget Baker Broil will be 10;. S. She also spent the -weekendIn himself to all of the members, and ,I ISAM-: -West four acres ofI little book about General Motors'
    Mr. und that the' 8 quarter of SW quarter of NKI Say it with Flowers t
    here Monday. Wednesday and Friday St. Petersburg with lit Is with great regret
    to buy your strawberries Walt Mrs John On 6, Township 7 Proving Ground where its uaj :*:> must
    I' S. K. 21. Write Mallnda Prld- Flowers For AU I
    for\ us. 2t ---- .. Dr Raymond came
    I Get i your .shoes at S"'lIltt'I'JC'" | from Canada 18 months ago, hay I geon, Malabar Flu 4-1-41 Occasions prove their superiority before theyare

    Insist onlo."t\ Steer western they tit. InK been advised to make Florida
    meat. This meat can he found, at -- --- I bin home on account of bin health I i FOR REN'I'-.lIoIlKe. ten acres. offered to you. Act today. Mail
    Green Cove Springs road!, three
    the East End Jrocery. Where the Do you want to do honor to Since he came to the Land of Gertrude; GodbeyAnderson;
    miles from G.OO month-
    Starke $
    best Is sold for less, your Bin-entry? Do so by going; :1 Flowers he ban completely regained { the coupon NOW, before yuu ior&et.
    Mr. Inman.
    Ily. See 'l-i>-lt
    to the Woman's club Sunday to his health. Lakeland Lodger.

    Mrs. W. E. :Mlddleton and aid in organlzinK a ihapter of i I 'VAHNISG--All portions are I

    daughters :Misses hazel and 1 Sons, of Confederate Veterans 1 Kdward:<1 Hums who Is spending, i bidden to trespass or cut Phone 39 Waldo, Fla. I

    Madge and son Gerald motored to here. the summer In Cedar Keys, was bet on sixty acres owned by fur-I .

    Jacksonville Saturday I'I II i a visitor to Ktarke Thursday i i Green Cove Springs( road : -------_._-<0 GENERALMOTORS

    I A portrait costing but a trifle I _-u__ -._-___ -__ ._----- -
    Ynr.l-,, lir,! |M-ITIII' only I-V: n now. will be priceless In years to :Miss :Mary funova was the guest; I f, ..1

    yard. lUHlcinliriK'H.Mr. come. Heautlful new spring ''of relatives In Jacksonville Mon
    styles. Make an appointment, day.
    I Get YourMoney Promptly
    : and Mrs. O. L. Beimley now You will never regret It.

    spent Easter In Tampa with !Mrs. Hoover Bros. Studio.. :Mr. and :Mr. E. H. Smith motored HAROLD. C. WALL

    Heasley's parents :Mr. and :\1\1. A. ---- to Jacksonville Tuesday. I I
    C Uurden. If It Is quality In groceries; we ---- foIT.\UKI: FI.OHIIIA
    carry Oversea Brand of goods also :Messrs. N-.: T. anti J. II. Itltth IXSL'IAXCK:

    -: of Talhihni- note we handle nothing; but were business visitors to Hunnell ,
    Mr. T. Newman' Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies r- - -CLIP THE COl J'ON-: ; - -+J
    connected with the western meats-The BOMt for Less Tuesday
    Atlanta Constitution was in --Kant End GroceryMr I GENLRAI. MOTORS 'iHTe. A"", m-iroit, M di.I .
    Starke Friday. :Mrs.' Anna :M. Kelly nnd ilauuhtcr. I ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

    : nnd :Mrs. N S. Jensen and Mrs: Warren of Jacksonville I Plviu* ..nd. ayohligaliontnnet.Illunrrated ,
    All varieties cow peas J. F. Daytona: -.: were visitors to Starke Friday. I : L' literature. dn.,nhing, the General

    Kit-kilter. PONTIAC 0 Motunprodwtlhay.l curt, kcd to.:..lhtr
    with Mrs. N. S. Jensen's aunt and I C C. Shepard, of Hllllurd was ------------- -------- with, tint n.initt of the neare.t dealer. in

    :Mrs. R. S. Johns has returned i uncle :Mr. and :Mrs Gl" .. A. :Mar- the guest of :Mr and Mrs. C. A. I OLDSMOBILE D rnntf I may will a deolnn.tratiun..] ; ALSO

    from a visit to her parents. Mr. cotte. I, Knight last week. I I YOUR PROVING/ : KOU.\'I1 HOOK.FRIQIDAIUL I ,

    and :Mrs. '\'. fl. Creep; at Starke. CITY BARBER SHOP I OAKLAND f I t

    -Lake Butler Times. Mrs.: R. S. Powell has returned Judge A. Z. AdKliiH. has return- 'UI1C! ..'.. ,.. ....-................. ...... .
    from Cocoa and New-': Smyrna led II i from :Mactlenny where he bus. : BUICK [ .

    Portraits Live Forever. Have where she has spent a month visiting i'been presiding over a term of I LASALLQ .. .......... ... ...... I Ii
    Mrs T. G. L
    them made now. Some day it her daughters court

    will Studio.be too late. Hoover Bros. Carter, and and:Mrs.Miss L.Eva E. :Miner Powell, New Cocoa I I Col. E. :M. ions. spent several;; Service SatisfactionSTARKE i CADILLAC C .............. .... ..... ..... I tI

    Smyrna. days of this week In Macrlennyrepresenting

    Mrs. Hugh L. Brownlee of I clients In circuit I fJ mI.CO.LlGlIT: [ 0

    Starke baa been a recent guest of I While In this city for Memorial court. FLORIDA I Electric/ Rtfrintraturt/ / /
    Col. and Mrs. J. Hill Williams at Day exercises Dr. Sumter L. Low- ElecnkPlan".J
    their ptouant home In this city.- I ry, Commander-in-chief of Sons I Mrs. W. A. Blakley and baby I _ _ _ i}
    Lake Butler Times. of Confederate Veterans, will be. are visiting at the home of her ti


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    PAOK: SIX IIn\IWUUI ('UCSTT.UratI'u.: HT.AItKE, IM>IU1),\ F.UDAYPRIL 23, 1D27.

    Makes Unusual' Success With -T-I11i-WOR-LD OF SPORT

    Farmers & Farming Poultry In Bradord County * I


    (fly ) Mr; nnil Mrs; George I.o llarronof ,

    Host ton. ;Mass. ., dame tn ,Klorhl.ifin : _,_n '_' 'iwc: :,' .
    the. falnit, .r's. licnlth ucvcnilmonths J \
    I j r I""
    After over a
    IIKII RoliiR
    luiwi' pint of the Htiiti, they do- MI
    hle'.1 t I.i mill" In Hradford.. for
    BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY luimJiers from dugout! 10
    mi i they oxpi't'HHed. thoinselves! Ih..yIIk '
    OJ ,. 16 large questions pop Into the '
    that' any place visited.
    Tlmy purchased. a sinnll farm ... iiiliuU of the turnstlleturneislluseball t 1
    Forest Research In Florida II one and, olio-fourth miles north, IntelllKentHl.i the length f r ,1.1tth

    of r.nwloy on the highway,: lending., and, breadth of the land 1 begins to i

    --- -- Into .III'k ollvlll... They movedon 1 'k1 II-i perk up und auk about things

    Iy I.I'.N'l'ii.1LL1'1'MAN.: ; this. fmm the first part of KVlirnniy. Ono ot the favorite Issues be-

    1 H6:! Tho poultry Kiinicwas I f line the assembly this season {
    Amerlinn 'ul',1Vook In. ben exhausted, hnsboen .
    ns rapidly us It inn to rest upon the various
    I' hut .
    entirely now to thorn, they .r I
    and the attention' of uvervnno Ix In (lIlt) "punt. If we nro to keepup I 9 1-' j letting nbilltlen of two fellows !.
    HUM' a good future for oil ale. I '
    i .
    foe used. nn forestry( I In Florida, our ot certainlyIi.ivcn't .
    present supply turpentine : ho. If bet wniiiK "
    called II F
    COllnly1111 ,
    - They .. J:
    .. ryJ s
    In 1 piulliiilar/ It Is apprnpituk. and rosin This Is. n bin stop' : "'1I1l1 10'I II their place and. linvoa I ;;;' ..-: tulten t to. the rockers) Just v >h 2+esF rn i"
    that this should' t be Ho. for this, toward, conservation, of our forests. ..-:-"" ;..:,"--.1t...i'"g I \i'i The two a swingers under i
    oiiffH'iii, with him In rega "|-< :!
    stale I H till? of three southernetatre Tho staiko station bus hud Its "" 1 J'1. I 01 I, l ate are Hobo Huth and Mr.M.Ciraw's Fis,6 ,
    to iiiiulliy. They lidnK In"'I"< y
    with nn fori-xtir. organisation ( SI I batsman,
    I sliiiru In showing that this saving lemed, lu luiitloned l them to stint V : in-w second I
    lr> look after tho welfare of .
    Is pructliul. Another experiment I off with a small number. of day-old'. Ropers llornsbyWho'll ,
    Its gieatest iiiitiiuil I'esoiiricH All haM been going/ on at Slarke: chicks. and to ho .sure and. Bet a ;1 ) break up the most ball
    IndustM' Which brings to the Stateof namely n test" to suo whether It Is. I goad 1 Htraln. I games? Who'll get the most home }

    "Florid.i, mar $100,000,000 a wlso to hip nn deeply' as Is the Apr 8, 1920, they purchased. MRS LK I1ARKON AND. .FLOCK runs' "'1.0'11. win In the race for
    year Is deserving of Home Interest" current and the Indications ?
    practice 200 iliiy-old .h'kH.Tykorr strain I batting honors"
    and support, i are that more gum will' costing them 25 cents each. 170 week In 1927 In view of the disastrous i I Echo and the scribes Mill nnHwer fi> 1

    Although II"( state Itself. has obtained, with less detriment b"l of I these. were raised and all the : fire season through, which after the acrobatic arithmetic i

    done nothing, so far to all the tlm timber If Homewhat shallower I c'ockorels and part of the pullets I tho country passed last slimmer of October MeanwhileFor ,Yil.k HY <

    cause, of conservation, yet somn work Is. dons I were sold leaving 65 pullets and of the need for bringing hometo the six years, 1920-26

    of Its most piomlncnt) Ill/ens hudugiven Two yours ago It was recognizedthat These .Hold 1 paid all expenses that the people of the nation the Hornsbv led the National League h

    It their hearty support 'In many operators were chipping ) they bad. had and left the 05 pullets necessity for adequate protection In batting with a grand. average J

    particular, our senior .senator, the trees. that were much too small ns clear profit On Sept 6, of the .crests. Co-operation be- of .397-the best IIlx- 'l'ar average
    Honoriiblu Oilman U. Fletcher. bus and since tween the federal government and down. And that's
    a forestry standpoint and the first egg wan laid ever put figuring V'These
    been extremely ardent In his. efforts decreased. the states under the Clark-Mc- the bad 1926 when
    'possibly too small from a financial that time they have not year- -
    } tn further forestry woik., standpoint. So It was decided III egg production. but have gradu- Nary Act has Just got Into full Illness dulled his. glamour.

    Through his efforts tho United. that a test to show the relative wally Increased. until at present swing as well, he said and 41 Ruth has a twelve-year batting
    States. Forest. Service received yields' ) from large, and small trees they are laying an average ot states and the territories of HawaII average of .349.: He has 356 IIK""H11I add |plenty of color mill wallop to the 1O27 ,
    funds to londuct research. and seasonalornsby ( ) and Ituth. who'll duel with bludgeons, amid
    experimental .should. bo undertaken. Thin. has 92 1-3 per cent. and Porto lllco are now cooperating homers to his credit In those lop
    work In the .southern :Mr. Tyros 11. Cobb Irom n..glll. 111..1".1, butcry nlitr.a .
    with the government In and pitchers have slippedhim ,
    shown that trees. under. nine From these hens, !Mr. Le Harron :years l
    mates. In 1921. and at that time the forest protection and reforestation Ihennl... Oakleys 10SO
    Inches. In size are usually worked HolU enough egg for home expense : -
    the southern forest. experiment louder and better than a 14-year-old boy with a 10-Inch
    at n financial loss except In yearsof Helling part In Jacksonvilleand activities for which the times A formidable average-
    station was established. with headquarters very high. prices.A part to people who come to law provides Thirty !States: have considering the homers and I the teacher called upon him for. trout at the end of a Juicy string

    ) In New Orleans. Not I the farm for them besides what appointed extension foresters and walks. He hopes to make It 400 lIe's older, and n bit squlntler, of suckers:

    content with the .small start that. iicati-d complete, the weather' station is are used In the home. They have are co-operating with the govern circuit rides 1 this season a little harsher a little more than "That's against: the law. the

    had' been mile. Senator Fletcher. at Stnrke on experimental tract been offered $4.00 each for a part ment In assisting farmers In the As the dry agent said of llalg\ ever Inclined to glower III the warden told the lad.

    BIICC'.II"IIIIoI..ttlnK I a siibvlaiillnlIncrease 1 I rainfall Temperature records, of the flock but this offer theyrefused. handling ot their woodlands. and Hnlg "They'll hear watch- corners by himself. All very true "I 1 know," the boy replied "but
    In the allotment I.I 1421! evaporation, wind movement -. --- Ing."' but- the trout refused to stay put. I
    Again In 1927 ho has .*oci>, ,I fur '' Miinslilna soil moisture, .soil temperature These. hens not only pay theexpense THH: TIMBER PROIII.Sf ..;:\. The pitchers will please bring caught him once and returnedhim.
    and Intensity
    the .station another Ituro. .< for of the family of Mr. and ,\ ) HrnnKSTiov: A BITTER: old man. pointed out compasses! He got booked a second

    naval stories Invent Igallons. Hid. correlated records) with are being gum yield.taken Mrs Le Harron and two children TO HOW TOUT: : : IT I by the wiseacres as n. "last For the Cobb ingenuity, the I time and 1 returned, him again. I

    In 1923 a branch ot the southern There lire also. a number of other but also feed themselves. The year nun," Is doing his turn with Cobb daring, the Cobb perseverance came here for a. mess' of suckersbut

    \ Mtallon wits. sin rtvd. ut St.irke, lues of research going on ntSlarke same 'quality chicks thin year are Abundant timber of suitable : Connie's: children this season You the ingrained Cobb meanness this pesky bird kept biting!

    in Bradford county .Florida and! but these will suffice to 45 cent each at the same hatchery quality at reasonable prices Is essential nuiv, \Have heard of him before have not pv-rlxheJ from the "I caught him five times in all

    hero nil the tents on turpentining 1 show thin character and practicality Mrs I.e liarron. handles the chickens for national development T>'rus Raymond, Cobb: from somewhere earth and didn't get .U--T.. He didn't

    work nn being/ xmdtiiled.. This. '' of tho governmental work. herself and hug always fed and high standards ot living The In Gl'ol."la.crh'ener8 There should be u?ir.e interesting give them a chance to Mto.'
    by the. way. Is I ho only expvilinent ) 'I' "" a home-mixed lunch, finding It products of the forest--lumber, there are who slew scenes In <:'onnl.Jarl"11! ball yard Finally I kept him on the end ot
    'hllt. then. you ask, "I!s the
    1 station In the United States incd for cheaper than any other. Her for fuel wood ties, mining timbers and burled Cobb tV e \'enrnnt'one this >'enr. my string so I could catch some
    a state forestry organlza- .
    where novel stores research. Is mula Is. : naval stores and paper, as a few 1 but the ease tuckers.' I'm keeping him alive
    linnVo need to gather .
    lining carried. on. agloat 200 Ih.... corn meal. examples only-are used dlreit. have proved. th > nid: as!!! soon as I get my mess cf
    deal of Information on theieHt fabric of not &II'; .' I'll him"
    At Starkn the Rove'inieut Iscolleitlng to natural reforestation 100 Ihs. bran. ly or Indirectly In practically ev ri. return
    ways secure ery human activity. So much of able wool I"<'rlierln it story ought to bold
    I all I the huts It can to of cutover lands we need 100 lbs .shorts.
    holp the I turpentine' .. operator make 10 know moro about planting 100 Ihs. out flour. this use. Is Indirect however. and has riMILS. _

    more gum and. to keep the timber irons. the effect of fire on 100 Ibs. meat scrap 55 per cent so much of the dim IIHO Is taken
    In ns Utility condition as Is possible Imber and, soil fertility should young be 60 Ih.... alfalfa. meal. as matter of course that Ameri- R. L. BROWN The newspaper men of Florida It !la probable. that the special

    studied, tho growth of timber and, I 5 11,". salt. cans generally underrate the real attending the meeting of the message of Gov. John W Martin

    It has alrendv been demonstrated nelhodt. of Improving the forests 5; IhH. sulphur need for wood. Wo could undoubtedly Mrs It. L. Brown, of West Palm state press association at Fort dealing with the Everglades drain-

    I that It Is not net"enmity to cutoflt ue fruitful" fields: of Investigation. This. Is lined for laying. mash, exist without wood Justas Pouch passed away Tuesday afternoon Myers last week had a good op- ago problem will not be ready for
    for (the scratch. she uses: without steel lenient, or coal, 12 In Riverside portunity of observing part of the
    a" iniiili' wood i us) tlm operators And. once we find out tho best. while I Apr. hospital -
    have been doing' '' In the past Instead methods to pursue' we need award 2 parts corn, or without such food products as Jacksonville after an Illness of Everglades country at close range delivery until next week, accord-

    uf ,mklim" olV an huh of new I to the timber. owners. Noneof 1 part wheat wheat but the losses In lowered, I, several weeks. Mrs. Drown was visiting as the guests ot Baron Collier. ing to a statement ot the Gover-

    1 wood finch time n trno Is hipped> those. fields. are. being lunched' with nil the ,charcoal grit andoyster standards of living and In the restriction at tile home of a sister in Many big developments arc taking Wednesday. lIe hall been

    t we now know I that less limn half by the federal. government In Its slutll the hens want. of Industrial development SiitnpHoti City when taken 111, and 1,11I'eln this country and when the working hard on the message, the

    an In'h11I .Hiifllce. And I not only work, nt Starke.Ve should do I would bo almost. Incalculable ahout I four weeks ago was placed people of America know more executive says, but has had so
    ( that, but It will actunlly yield. for our forest what wo are doing i .\IMtll. Ul-io' I.tent"\n..li..:lr Picture. for example the American In !Mrs GUI's hospital under the about the vast possibilities of the many other duties pressing upon

    more gum tliiiu (the. heavier workin for. our fiult and, truck Industry. AMI'HH'AV: r >UisTnv : 11'tIiK: homo without lumber, the Ameil- care of Drs. MUldletou and Holland Florida< Kverglndes they will cease him that It has been extremely

    tho course' .of four or" live years. Wo Hliould, have a forestry. man : I'tel': III"'i1': t'OIlUllf;": can farm without wood fuel any and was later removed to to think of the glados ns a swamp dlfllcult to finish this Important
    American. Industry without wooden I, Riverside for It as It should he message. which will to the
    This Is. n matti-i l of trfini'iidout I on stata. experiment, station hospital special knowo11th convey
    ffen Tho week of April) 24-30 has or fiber boxes for shipping Its richest lands In all legislature It is expressed
    1 w(port tali<'n to I the pooplo 1 1, of thisstate slnI foipntry. specialist In the : treatment, a complete -
    I' been officially designated, for nationwide products. or without lumber l for a the world with possibilities of plan for the ultimate drain-
    I for It IIHMIIIM once It Is lecognlcd ox ten.Hi l lOlL department, unil'thorough I Tho deceased was the second
    oliHprviinee as ""ml'l'l.II" myriad. of uses our local mines farming and stock raining such as use and reclamation of the Ever-
    and limo approved method, forestry. course In ollrJlllv..r..lty oldest daughter of Mr. William 3Knnhb .
    .. Jo'O""HtV..ck" by President without mine props" our railroads the world has never known before glades.
    put, Into pearthl' '. I that each truo ( of Sampson City and was
    made without wooden ties the American I
    Coolidge proclamation
    be worked. for two
    can or Ihrooyuirs reared at Brooker. Her sweet
    ho United, States Par people without newsprint. It la
    public by
    longer than has been the I had her
    / Taylor county Is among the latest personality won many -
    custom In the past In dolI.iiH, and, to take up dairying. upon a pni'Intent Agriculture.. evident that abundant timber supplies I friends throughout. the county and I Fertilizers For Florida Fruits and Farm Crops
    This will mark the .sevpnth are vital to our national well-
    tents this means I that the 61101)crops large, scale and one ot the new annual year observance of the being. | elsewhere who will be grieved to SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS
    of faces. now being: worked .iuti'tex has purchased. over : i learn of her death.
    :11)61 I week, Tresldent Harding In 1921:! The United States Is using up "TIME TRIED AND CROP TESTED"
    In the state' uhlih
    are worth In acres. of land for pasture. and | The funeral party left the funeral -
    Its timber four times
    Issuod I tho first proclamation supply an
    leasing values about $100 each a buildings. for an up-to-date dairy having that parlors ot DeWItt C. Jones Forty Years Satisfactory Service to Florida Growers
    which brought the Federal\ rapidly ns supply Is being replaced
    year, to be. cnhuervntlvi'an! Increase West. Florida In time will become I Government 'behind. the movement through growth. The at 130: p. m., Wednesday for PAINTER'S 1927 FLORIDA ALMANAC TELLS HOW
    In value of fl.MIO.OIM) It one of the Urgent dairy fanning New Hope cemetery, about four
    Of the numerous weeks: observedIn present rate of drain upon- theNation's Write for Almanac, Prices and DiscountsE.
    moans that the I limber. need not sections of the southeast I miles west of Brooker, where services -
    the country this Is the only forest resources Is not O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
    one to which the government of likely\ to decrease. On the contrary I were conducted by Rev Jacksonville
    Enoch! Marvin Hooks ot ,
    Three World Get the United States; has given recognition although our per capita pastor
    Figures Together and "niippoit. consumption, Is now falling our the First Methodist church of

    K'I. The President proclaimed the wood requirement will probably Starke, after which the remains

    1927 Anierlcan, ForestVeek "In Increase as our population grows.'Phis I were Interred !in the family lot.

    the belief that no other of our unbalanced condition between Many floral offerings were given
    timber and ; by Starke friends as a last token
    Interim! problems Is of u greater consumption
    i lof love and, respect for the de-
    moment than Iho rehabilitation of timber replacement creates a

    ''I. our forests, now HO hopefully begun I great domestic problem which can ceased. .,;_ ." e ._......
    e. hut n""lllnthe/ strong sup- bo solved only by larger timber Besides her father she Is stir ..d 1rt1I
    poit of our collective will and intelligence. rops To produce adequate timber jvlved by a husband and little

    ." Ho emphasized the rops all of America's forest [ daughter Muriel two sisters Mrs

    ( Imioiitancn' ot farm forestry at a land, --.170,000,000 ac'res-nl\l..t\ be Illogan Smith of Sampson. City
    means of 'lessening. : agricultural put at work to Its full capacity. and Mrs. bonnlo Morgan of \Val-

    surplimes.. and IIwt'lInIhe/ problem That forest management Is practicable -| do, and a brother, Mrs Dogan

    of agricultural/ .. otcrproilucllon has been demonstrated. by Kniilib, of West Palm Beach a1l

    and' the resulting depression. owners of woodlands In all sections nf whom were with her when the

    lu the farming Industry, Regarding of the country. It Is necessary end came. Buick i@

    : lire part forestry might to get all owners to undertake Among I those attending the fun mr a

    pluv In fa im .relief the President. timber growing ns soon ns ernl from Starke were: Mesdames

    said.. : possible.. P. M. Barefoot JV.. Edwards
    ,va V. "One-fourth. of our soil Is better Tho timber-supply pl'ob"11hi and R. A. Newsom

    milled to timber-growing than primarily a land problem. Forest i. Value Class

    anything[ else. I can not escape 'land should produce timber crops, Florida farmers In winter and

    1 the I conviction, that our Industrial' The United States contains 170.- ; early spring obtain much higher

    \ e agricultural; stability' will heMrcMiKthened 000,000 acres. of laud which foresters I average prices for produce than

    1 hv bringing; Into full classify. as forest land and. the entire United States averageaccording > UlCK'S position of
    .a kr productive. use this great empire which will not be needed for other to figures compiled by leadership

    r of lam!. Although much progress. agricultural crops. If all thin Dr. R. M. Itrrpar statistician and -* is founded
    has been made In public forestry. acreage were producing trees at geographer./ on value. Its con-

    11 4 'rti Hid hopeful beginnings In private. maximum capacity the United I .__
    I _k inrc>.str>., no still have a vast agHgute States, would have no serious tlm- .New supplies of Florida lime stant aim is to build each Buick

    ;I UU.niati ,( of Idle or Komi-Idle forest her. supply Ilroblem.Ifnrortllnnh'ly. I rock are being/ found all the timeIn better than
    land, and another largo aggregate at least 80.000- various parts of the state and the last.
    j2 if poor farm. laud that might more 000 acres out ot the 470.000.000 1111 time good hard roads can be
    M profitably grow timber Instead of Is in a nonproductive condition.In .
    built from the supplies near at
    LII And
    uldlng, to the problem of agiicnlUiriil : fact, much of this. Idle forest. I, hand Among the largest find of today, despite that leadership

    overproduction." land must be artificially planted It hard rock Is In the Okeechobee

    Agriculture; would find In tim- It Is ever to grow trees again. To section where so many flue state well won and firmly held Buick

    her growing a .strong ally, tho put all of the country's forest roads will soon be finished. Rock ,

    President. .. said, providing. markets land at work producing timber requires 'I Is also being used. on the West is constantly seeking to

    for farm 1 piodiice. ,and for surplus i for one thing, adequate Coast and In many other parts of improve

    labor publii. systems of protection from the state where a few years ago its design-constantly
    II American ForestVeek this forest fires. It requires also the all the materials were shipped searching

    year, will assume an Internatlonil adjustment\ ct taxation values so from other states. for the new and
    iCYi'ISH.K.CUB7iS( scope through the fact that 1 that private landowners can afford' better thing-

    CO.vveMACK WLA.y) .'. BuQNS l'n 1111,11will observe. forest week I to grow timber for a number ot ..'

    Three Internationally known fig l by the wlel..ly known trio. at the sunra time Through the years during which no revenue can constantly striving still further to
    t jurea met at :St.: Petersburg Kla 1 Mack aid Detective Corrle Department ot State, the Mexican be expecte.l.'o t of all It depends
    itor the Burns were Invitetl I Grove'sTasteless increase
    asebolJ lint dinner time given Bt the annual bv turti. If to inspect hit mug government; also has been Invitedto on stabilizing the ownershipof the value on which Buick's
    i hlne" AI bv "Sun- niflcvnt yacht the "LyUoma." an participate In this year's cam forest land particularly through
    { Lang
    Country Club when at Cyrus the Junlll ll, :K.> chorcd In Tampa Hov Just off the | palgn for the protection, perpet11.11011 the establishment of more State leadership is based.REGISTER .
    Cburtis. magazine and now million dollar olcrJ The hug- I \ and right use ot the for- and municipal forests under for
    hall lender
    ; Connie Mack'Mm. turn invited t 'urm' eat management and the adoptionby
    of mllnAlrer and Hums to be his | esta.In
    4t -' iWllltam the I'hllnrtelphla J. Athlplc. and Shibfl Pork Philadelphia guest this HI. I I making public the freslI more private tlmborland own Chill Tonic
    Horne head or the far summer. I dent's proclamation Secretary of ers of a policy of permanent retention -

    moue) detective were Inlroduced agent,, bearing his The trio 8ecihnncr) meet ne-iin Agriculture Jardine pointed, out I of the land with conao Invigorates, Purifies and MOTOR CO.

    Lemln tee were at l.anlll's III-'! te he h,,! that special significance Is attached quent consideration of forest management Enriches the Blood
    I exchanged the goo
    :bunshine: City n. \t tUi to the observance of the I as a form of land use. STARKE, FLORIDA


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    of M. lnlitln
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    remedy;* kidm-y.Iiver ,. Itimlfoultv.innt /
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    tla : :r O.sorders: rheumatism i ., ,.. ".,<,.. \\1.101'1, | ., ,.",,,u ri.Hitin. \'. In ( *limnit\. .ml 1\ \liiui".110'' .of "Iv.n". flnnltliiico

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    umbago and uric acid C'Ol1d.tions. IMH mid In'Inir In Utndford ii>tinl >", 1''h'lllnl., \ .Illdirn 1 Plwhth l.n. Clriiilt .
    I I. I .1, i.la. I..wlt. I
    of KI rhtit. In nnil for Hindfnrdi'niint
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    \ .f MM' of linn %'. In ChmiCKrv on thn CTitli .
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    I II nnil iiiiinlnliiK SO ncrnii, I..r. loMiiroIN ,' thoroln 1.1"0.1 ..
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    I \ Knlitlit. Ptnrke" Ma, 111.11 "" TriiHtoes for JII.tt J. lull' 'national Aftrrlcnlttirnli

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    x>rroct : ;: .. Colts Co.. n 'uT.rl"ol. .lpr"n.I"nl..
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    'TIC'n : oi 111 I. to tho his' IOHIhhlili
    in the original Rtnuine OI.LK ?.!ED.UCltrmotil .r \10" ""ku..wn ,.I NII' :: .: r "; r iiiHh ;dnrtnir Ihn lofftl I

    I 1. ,\, Pn\ls. off01'H tho following : 1 : I'n' : ; :, I,, I''n' i"J: ;; o 'p"r.I" 1"11'. .r ""I. 1111 M..inln(III y. 'iho 2nd
    Unlrv.Inc. Mm. A 1027. front nf IJ j
    Clornumt i ii iliti Ion
    "" .1'4' 1.
    l .V llI-soi.i'TION:l tirovldlnn for llmi 1.1) 1'nulll 1 ,.\1. 111.1'1' Hnnlh di.i ",.. Cunt. II. ,IK
    .. with cDi) .n.I"n." "11 111. 111'o".tl'n.'I1 Ion. i'o'l'n"| "11.imvlnir '. .. '. 1 '111 Kin' I i )
    000 gntnleil dinner. i und luiiil, .Fiiifniltlfr, of 101- u".t", '. .\...", ..1. .,.lw",1"1/110. u".1NI..II' folloIIIHT I di.HI rlliod lAiitln 'Ivlnitnnil .'
    ! i ii I n' MI" .IM In iho Town of StnrU*.. I. '\11.' I.HI.: ... 1.,1. "WII hi'ltiir In. Kiailfnril CVninly, 10'".
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    I i'liiiiu nln' In \\lt V ,11..1..1..11
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    r i\: of HU \ >, of HI',VI, nil
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    I i inlii.-il anil I I.-HI.IMI! thill Iho fnl '
    Ron.led bid". \\lll 1 I" loi.ixid bylUintll "'llIlr.1 I. '', /11"I" 11'I .
    li \\lnir' Mioiti not '11 iiin ofHiintM I '1 "r ":' 'Ii.""" J1 1".1
    : Of 11..11"'u'\ \<" llf Hindford ; : i':1, : : ; : " .1,1. A, s. ( *
    poitnt*.'. Pl"i'liln. at tho ulllcoof : Iiu. lull"IHI.I tIOIINIn "r 1"I"'hl/" 11".1 r" .' 'HI"
    .I. ll
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    oil with tiiHintdtnltitt, und' i tirli .. .. nl hMiill r .4 hll'I',
    ; "Mai HP. Kin.. until S mloiU, |i m ofMa M. U2 ""11'1 .:
    *. 24 11)27) nml nt tlint tlma pub* I turnchoirs I h.."... '1'"wl '"1'1<.. 1"1.. -Hull. I.. 1"11.| .
    Y"I llclv opened for uppi''limitdv R000 ,- : Str" ..t ftnni thi* lntor,.i- ",,. t. 1I11"'P" a ""'Il bil ..r ....1- H.li ii ,HH" Complainant.)
    I foiua: :: poM to ,hi dclUored: ;: 1 naIhNlruptiil t 1 li,11 of II.TM" .",Ninth: "Stiootn' .l.> 1>1.1" "hllI..1 n ",n ... )'.u .n.1 oi.I <.I.I M, .4.29)_

    ; on tlu. fOliultiK tnnd*: tin. tin. it'HOI, 11.in ..r fin.itv iiiul Ti'nth 1 II ''hn n I..., .. Inn..1 I <

    lIon.1:0.: 2'11."k." <. <'lint ,lu t' luycount 4lMt.li' Itii'liiil niv unit! Inform.*.HIIIIHnlntit '"' ,. .. O. 1"1'' ". M null.t 4 II...:1'.N, thnt nn-
    )' liti. .#. < lloHHnnt llnnil. ). \\' tioot. .. r.n.i 1h<* Itilninorlinn 1".r""o'.' ,'lll. I.. r."I" 1 n 1..10\ ,
    bi vlrtno of Hint rortalnIliuil
    Itonil :No. 42-! 1 SttlKo', by llnuoll ...r Wnlntit und. Mnth ptrpcln tuho ". I. r"l..wllr f.I.,. ,, h'I"", I diiiii. of fntooloniira innrln' hyllnllni
    I.like Itonil 3Komi 11I1..u..II.'nh'1 nnil TrnlliMtiiptH "
    u> .11111. lr 11'11.1 I
    \... 36-110.,1 3 to Itonil 4 IniluiMiiK. inld InternootlnnnVlnlh r".1" .".1 '1",. .r I HIl' "r .' :::: ahli: V f AdMnn, linn nf fir-thoImlKiH
    tho .liidlplnl
    of 1 niKhtli
    nnil, Unman AlvaroxItoatI Hlroil" f""n, I tho InU'l norllottf \ 2 N I
    by Hoi'iffi' No Conn. 23- \1\11\1,111, School .> Vlnth und, \Vnlinil i utroolii l.i tin* I ; .N 1:4\ II: ,; r ,::;::1 :' '. t i '' :of :Klotldn: In rhanooiv : ;

    In llonil fi M HutuV'h"'n.IM.H..I 'liil.lf.i' .,.II..11 of Ninth, nnd Timilii < "1. : 1<" ,'I.n I; ': l. In'' tho tlriult. Court for t'f
    No HO-Komi 1 to Now lllv- \" 'iiiio, Inilitillim. unld Inl ..r..I1..ii*>. :\ ..r : .. 1,' ;. .., "' ... ; .i nil uly' )'I.rhln. nn tha 10th .
    llenfrreoHon.I :Slnlli Stnil I ft,. 'thn Intornoi'Ilitn : Mm'i'It ,\. U.. I 1"U7 In favor of ,
    Htntlnn bv llou inn
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    iinphiliin nt, .mid nKiiliiMt, IialnvItniidil I
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    b>' Will "\niln"", HItimil ;iHodlmi (>rlnlh' nnd rinii.liHlKoIr ,1.15 : I\l' NI him.
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    t :\i>. 4"i-Itnnil. I ,In New llopefli'idtr lion of Chrrinnil, ; fill Htrooltt" tntlu I""" : 111 I" .""n"II' in" Npo, *"lal MuHti i wil II..r ,, "
    I .tli.n U : 1'ln... ,.1 "..H."lh'l iinl Moll III fii.ul, lr .' T>nopi.f
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    t No ,m-Itiiiul 1 to Ponno MiiootR, Iiu'lulling\ NiiM! h'I.'r'- ,.. 1'.IIII.\ ,.'\",' AI" i hiCinirl HIIIHP,, Slur UK, ) ..f.-
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    Hun :.No, 21-llticK I "' | Hiiotl" from", I4n* |ntorBillion iiiHif inttr. limi itr'HiK If I Ii
    1127' In lln> mid' host Lilddor
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    or hitatt t\pie''H mill to In* "lx futSonar IIn.1n.II'nn\ pltoolH, Im.IniUnirMlllll 'it if it iofriito Hum' of \\1 ,
    HIMI :\ : : ;: i I Coiintv, Pliirldn I tii-wll ,
    , anil) hn\o M leant. font Inchon 1"1.\1"' ".. tG\I.oi.rWI' It IntiMiHt., nttorntUH fo< I I \:\lute' :"I 1>. I IIIK and, Hlliiutid, ;: \ In, theIIHMI
    III' the KtliHll I .till.. All l>nltlto ,'hllr..11 Hlroot, frmn Iho I"IP'-' ( of rum 1. i .'
    In* Htibji.11' to I Hio npptuxnl, ,, or 1hoi ill'fmilt of 5'mil npunt 1I' I of H'' ''''. ( 1"1.11. mid I'oniiiliMn '
    tlini of 'hnrli nnd Ton'Hi minii' totlii .
    : :: IHK In tho Nnl' I'nlnor of
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    > lion uf 4'hiiroh nnil NotnlHtri ,
    .If.flr..r. Inli'moi "( nil nnd ltaMiiotn. tunliiRT thoncflIn
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    \Vatit" .ilro' t fioni tho 'lntcrHo<*''|"nf "
    llaHli.'t. 10 foot In llobmiH
    n B M'\TTiimvs' ,. iTMlit bill of < Mtnttlnliit \\llt nlnv.
    Onll mil 1 111"'" Kli.vlH, In thn In-
    'hnl"nan.i 110 ,111\It I.It IIM t'olr",1| |hv V"l"|. I IThn 'In'in i' In Hi.iitltnnHlorlv' .11'.1011
    t. r9ootliin of Wntor nnd :MndlHtmMini
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    A > 'IN In I In. hit, i' lion of \\ ." 1'I"I"II'I. \In, : son) in: ; ilil,.oot Ion and, :
    t fit-fi sti !1 \\IMrtlv III \\ NOH I I Ir n I
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    In. IH i1 HHIiMUHiuiHt
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    ell' \ "I OHMHiali'il Sun tho I"Lor".tlon"r .
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    i pin "o iiiiuioniniiiontlilnii
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    In .'u".h.1> || ) 1 fot T"in' mm "
    Where a Quake Snuffed Out 2000 Lives hlilH will.. !I" I.I.KIM" bvI 11I1..I..II"n of Nona anilM, .rs'lVovp .. 111" I 'I on if Mm, 'Uo, Plot lilnj \
    I InI I lI"II.I..r, It mil 'rl'l"M, ofliimlfnril I"" \.1' i., riiA'/pn.
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    of I Ihv ."" 1'0'"r\ I h.' li.illnl. nt i.lmll ho n Itii In'li'k, r..k. ]llinilork *- ,"niiiti. ClorU' 1'1. tin" I : '1'1.. CiimplaltmlllI ,

    f' .... nt pttitrko' ria until.. 2 o't-loik ]> mof ciinrtoln' in nlhor hnid, .11 1'- tinitItli'Inl Mflnl Ih*>i'p"r.. t h- :4.1.1..1'I I 3'l!.
    '-- <0',.... "''... M I.y 34 HUT\ .,mil in' thai' time. r""OC nmfortnl nn iltot' ''mlnod' hyt I ,, .&:;-J., .,.t. hill.Mi" 'Iv oppn"d f..i c..PHI tin,HUNT 'j '
    ; ,.. .... ." ""'I""llIoc| th.. follov'Imr. i. iniln orMention 'tkiliuition' rihiili, hnvi* full,, ff.r<'*. nol 7r Mil I ll I. "i ii milt .\ 'I

    ..t)\'!:t.oft": .. ,"" "." -. .': "I. '. ,, of road* In liuiilfonl" cotinly in*.11. .tin. HIIIIIO IIH If a purl' of thlx / WI 1""F'HIC) i I III III IIHII.HII
    A >I: I 1 Pli'ltlt lull1IIIIIH Hot I ) I '
    ,. 7t .. '-( ",. /"" \ I lluii'l No. 2 -f Htuli' ,, .. mni t. i-lny I Thnt nil of nnl.1 l.n'ln"I ,. 111 11 I'. A. \.' In In.roliy irlvon Pint, nil

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    si'p-: ; : 'lloii'l Mark.. 1,y Unwell.nku tun *' "do n.oi'HHniv In ttiq jiidMTtnoiitof KNK1IIT A KNICllir, till ,...,.... h""n.: 1.1.." 1/of.III'
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    M. ';; I ICoiiil R bv "SumV hit i ImailnIt'inil t hi-Ho. iiuiitiiH, Hluill hnM* full fnri n 29:1' 'omit v. 1" Im'Idallliln nun yonrfmni
    "1- 'f.6JIV'J No. 40Id,ail .1 In Now Itlvvt mill .pffiii I 'Iho. Hiinio"' IIH If n tint"t of : N \ l IIllinliv dnln, in. IhlH not In* will hn, hold

    : ..', ... :"' I 1 stiit. 1 Ion bv lit.n llcnfrottItonil thin n.KiihilloitIt'll ,. In Inr' lluioof And all ptHMoiia Inilil.tid -

    \ "';' It ; .. No III--Itmiil. tl to lloail) 7b :; Hill\ j.'i.':! :;\ of en: III pnvIlltf not"liii IH Klvon tnnt nndor lo Hiild iHtnlo' n i roiiulioill \ \
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    ... .. .. :/ I No. IT.- llroiilipr to New TiAonfoot! OKI upt Niitin, Htrootu I .. ,...liiHiiro nunln by llnioinlili iiudPi. .MlKin' ixoiiiliirThin .
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    \ !f ; llnnil No. 4 :i-\I'onil: I ,In :N. \I lli.voHi ri.i't In vvllili. ,, nnil "in.ivl.li.il, 'Hint Ihn 1 P.lithlll Illlli-lnl. if \\tn

    \ .I'f-r: .I,IK" ,bv OtlH Itnrl v. Ninth; HIM' .it from", Walnut .1"1 t I'linlda' In 'flimiiiiv' .ltllnl.1'lr..1.' I"h'1 ,.. :.ci.i.nur M n\\' is,
    1 lon: .
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    llonil No, 25.-I1''k, lilllih toKcmil 1.11'1'11, 'I'hut il nv nnd. nil HpiolllrntliiiiH 1 > In favor of H' II '..II11'11" :I V5 ,tn .1. JO. ImxlH, "IIIII.OHHI.IMM

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    f- :+ : '. -. In npproxlinatoly, 30 fi mlluM'III" 'ili.it piitoHi| >. and Htuill npi n HIJIHIiiniiit '' HhiKlo tliiM I i 'KnoiiRltlirll '
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    o hill lUilHoHHlon
    .. pllHHlOl" PIIHH III
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    ; :
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    l Hlniitiiral I mo liotoliy .. for ciiHh 'tin' follow Inir I' '' III..hl.'n.
    ') ,'fii ,, ;;:( ..., ;. :: !-r,, 'I" !." .' M. fl. 11. M HIM.t.no III nil loin nnd" lunilK. .' mlJnltiiiiu Hllunlod. mnl hohiHT... In llraiir.nil, ., ,. II ."" "I .,".' ".I .
    ". &_-- -... ,- -- -., hull l 1.1 lp, <. lulvurm' 47fl lln. ft. ) mid i.mi t lif/lonn or, lniinlltiKin ('oiinly.' lorldii' .. Tim "W'I ..1.. 111" ''.1..1 1'.n..1'

    Here 'la actinHum Muii.' > uin.i. Jupun \\htol'| '' a "ii'Lf-nl, HI'iiKjuuka ciuhiioil :;(ovoldlers lUU llltH. 'rhe 21 'Inih plpi iiilvcrlH' 72H lln. ft, I nhiittliiKnail I : : ) 'In provomont, nun I.r HW'i.m.opt'. ..wl.onn in ro In ,... II ..",..IIII.I.n. '
    u 1001 .Mlvoi"k to ,I". ,ilmiH In a..ord.1 Hint; milil 1 lionolltn, iir: hcri-liy: ditornilni N I' i.in.inn. Al I. 11 ,lot of lanil, .inHW 'l'h".1 ..II"r.. r'.1 II''" '"
    und liomea (mm <:1'11.I .
    are guarding the ruins oC tUorea ain i> with tin. ,plant* nnil .d lin fnlUiWHI'liat mm" "f NW/i of HW' ,. In ntilmiKiitnt ,,,"''hl)' "r Ih" 1".I"n I..
    tloiiK. Kfntlul "pii, ..vliloiiH, "1'0"1111'' 'tin* 'ti.npoi.'Hvi lotM 'mid land.* ,' Hlmpii, ... twonrrnM ",. ,.h I" pr"'nl., ,. I. 11".H..r '
    pi'oiMlnfiM, ripi.i III* at IOIIH. anil, inoIIOHIII ml luliilnir mul, intitittloiM' to' iionn.I 'ninio 01 I I..HH. nil.lIlnlnlll HII*. "' )'. I.'hln ""..r II,. ,
    ami. ciniti',.* I lOr luailforil cuunty lint anil 11"1" t IIIHT, HIII'..1 I linprnx i nii'iitHm lion 17Mx." of Ihn ) of HIP ., ", ,, "I 10..1 111.1. I.. 1'0 ""..1

    Riot of Colors ,liitionttiil,, In .iiroportton ''n ,thenitiinl IvIuuT: riint, .'rl : .:..., : c.I. l.lmllallion.l :; Hiild' Iliianl .r Iliiinl. 'IrilMtnm' Ira.

    Spring Brings inth bid inil-t bi. iiiiotnimnli-il. hy I fmni' forilHK" on Hto HIM itm 1 In JoI"'II..n I... tin' hard .I.r"c'I"1 thn piil.lln rntlil"I nf
    I II ....1'1111..1 l ib. <.(.k or n blibb-r. bmid. HI1111SI.INTII. NU',1 of NWi'", of Hi.. 20: nil oftho .. .. "Pl.irl.lt fi 1-
    mailliltynlilu. to 12. H. Muttlivwn, I : That Ihn wit il i mli.f 11"11 1".I"oc in Touunhlp 7, ,. ,I..wl .
    from Plain "
    I Iniii ''' lliHIT' i-int r"rg.tintainoiiiil : i i : ... :l liiiprnnn' : :nti' 'irnvlilr.l; :: ,I i iilil Miiul. li, 11'' 2.1 PilHt nnd .. .11'11.. II..w.' "' ,ti polnl I nlioiit' Hir n nil 1"itMoni
    ::; 'I'ltr.IIH i'vlilini: d I. 11 Holnt, Inn, Hhall, 'hn nHHOHHnil hv IIIHT I 'i'"d 1I"r'H mm.i n .H .
    SMART NEW MODES MODIFY STRAIGHT faith .nnil, ,, BH a Kimianti'i' thm Ifiinr ,1'1''o. |1,1 IIHHI ttriin tit on mul iiKiiltiHtH .i. i., rit\/ip 1: :. h nf Hlnllio IhioiiKh. Ilia .
    ,, mul fontlffloiiH,, indIiu ( mid, in ..1..1' In 'lha \1"
    ., nnd that I Ih.. .. '' I Iliti*, t 'Itiir wltliroad
    iiiul l ITIMT slii "i' : .I..r"i.
    ">' uti '111 1 1.nt I nil Klibond i ""llnlnllll. ::, :In otmii, AiaLhtim.I'liuntv .
    I IWITH AH ri-quli. i.dThti ., 1.1 i i M| i f l do 1II'I..vp".I., pavll 4. 1 .G.4, 21 and Hnld' linnItonil .
    .. luiiil, "1..11',
    IM'I' t nji't) Bin ----
    month l'iKht I" i"i"i 1 "rrl"1t Clayfiiiintv
    spring already a and' nil bldn' ml' hn"' iti ::' ; lirnvlilIIIK : \4'I I II"4 H \ 1l'n.I..r ] Ni llui.lload .,u mini /"wl.y .
    Iniii'li : ullli i-1 nm, 'w. IIIKI. iiuilnH nii'l "
    and the calendar 1'lniiM .1.,111..11'' IIIUM tnnv
    old. as styles KIM I Nn I from Hlaln, It.MI.I NoM .
    .. ". ." 1 "tin. l I. ftHHoiiHi'd horotiviirnltiHt
    if HIII louiily niiKlnir -
    go. the new modes of the season nt mill lln r"ollli< | i> uf tbo pliiim' rimy ., Hiild lntH mid 11..1.., mill that \ vlttui, of that oorInlri 1 to "hn ,piilut of I".H..I.' ." of lhat'niiiitv
    MIH nl.Iv
    can be analyzed now. ,li il.talnfil. foi HJM) fur III" imliLixruup i.mil nf Hiild 'IntH mid 'mn llfi Iilinl ,1..1''' intirid hv tin* lloti, iiiinl *i" I..nr Ilt
    'illliiitlon lilt, mid Iridiililod In proportion, I toIIM A.Iklll.. .ludKo of tlin l.lKhlhliidlilnl lon r"rl
    und ruplKB. tit "in' H|
    The silhouette la developing a > he olittilnvil, for 9J no, .ptiC ,. foiilmro for thn ront if Hnld' Inlpi "h.,1. of "'I"'a., In mnl No H illHtuuiu of .about withIt.ni.I
    nmy ,
    progresBlre kind of freedom and 'M'nionlH of HIII Htriiot linpiiiviil for """' 1. 'In l "I".rv. I four inlNiM flnlil I. II"'T'dl"
    "y No. 4), .In I ml lit
    nlmlH' IM oonllRloiiHnr N.
    K:, H. MATTIIBWH. in,, whlih or Iho until ilnv Mlr'h.
    a sense I .
    In many costumes one gets ...., nnd the font nf .. rirlnln Ihn Tnwn nf HlarkaHon.I .
    I i Mi 11 1 r man "e..I. "r..r. In that r.rp'I."r. onl (
    Htaln llnnil Nu.
    of latent motion Coats are unbelted cvllinhy, .'U'I'l:' I. >I".I..r. )'. .."' 'riVI-lllPlllH,, OII C'lll II Htroot 12. 'l.lllliiii "m'nor, Miinlo Nn Town II I from if Hamilton' Inlorm -

    with line flowing from tne 4.2251.6201.1" nil ,ill lo plo.riiti'd "p".lnl tn thofintilairi icnhi. nnd A.lu Mot, Jolno.l ly 'Iholri '13 .. I. with County \Itond, No.. 1
    Inpri i
    skirts all ----- of Hnll I. 'II' oHpopt Ivo !i:: : ''j..1 noxt frlomlK :: I r..A. W, "'" farm.
    shoulder to the hem. . pillion tn the total' frmitiiKi. oflotK 'I.: Tumor, f linrli'H I'lirHTnlit and noar
    \" .;", \ \ 'Itond Nn fi' ftom Hn IntemaplIoniif
    fullness, mid ImidM on unit Htr vt. or purl llotirv Mutt "oinplalnnulM. itmlllourv :
    have pleats or some ::
    t i i".f Improve il.. I : :: linn.Id: : : nnil, wlfn :I >IIBV| tlnrrdi Itoad No. I, noar llm IHIIIIH Kiln
    II. '
    dresses bare tiers with Irregular ni.i .' IH trlvvn that nndirami runt. ofnn to Ihn of HiimpNimAnd
    of III"
    In nunlilnr 'mill' I', i tint .>ne .I. um. di folidftnt **. tho uinlorHluTnoilH I r"r" 'WI
    lines. everything accentuates a bylrtu< "if that if"tin /, 'il I 1''V',1' fhnll ho rnld fumiil |,.,, 111 I MilHlll, ,' Will Hill til lln. hlHTll "
    A tax
    .Mitind. liv thn lion In 'Iho avont" null'
    r- of HtlltkeI .
    Town la.oll18
    of last I *' fnniN of Ihl ont 1.1..r for i'n.h| durluHT tho 1..1
    vitalized silhouette. Instead Ailklni.' jmli::: :"i :,rl rl'r::' !:; :\::: ill;. .i I.'I .1, lilnMS hourn of fall. in Moliiluy, I thn Suildav I law "hn"h'I. '' ,In. n-lionli.il null '. vol.I. mihlliniiilid anynaiiii
    ea on's still, straight line. nit, if h'bildi I II, 'Hint lh* nodlt of I thoT'.VMI of Mil 1 1127, In fi.int Ihi. 11 nine 1".1
    : : .
    oiinlv In li.HKirv, nn tn I <- Ifllh ilnyt : rlotldi' :: inn'ho ) ulHlarko 'liuli hi' nilIIONM. II 0 a linn on
    feminine are the newest ; i>fttmko: Mouth il.HIT if .Hn f'nnit HOIIHO
    Strictly < April A I' I IJ7, In Unit urtnliifort ,d fur flnail,"IIIHT of Miild Impi llrailfnrd C'o.v., nil, ,.x.hl. l.r"I".r', tn llrndfonl1'iiiiuly
    nti I.'hl''n.
    and Dame . P. W.1. I. to"
    details of trimmings "'I.in" i uliililn 'Hi'i fnllourliiK ri-nl .'MI.no ivitiir ". I 1,1' r".lno".1
    to let them fall at,..*n i, ...hIIII"I.. anil Julian ItI Tl : 11'11. I lint tho totnl mnioH* ., f'.iiu'v, rior:iln: l,>' Ihn I Invy mnl .11..1." an -
    i..Inir in .
    seems .
    Fashion .
    .'. ..1.. .anilVnln i : r..1 : IIrl.t" .
    i Inn I. ; .
    r tax
    .1" vnloi
    bow I- nil ntH lu-riilnlii;I, proId* il for urn n to. ".. I ... 4 of I 1.1. '* 2 1.1 i in .
    where they will. A ribbon I..mil ( "'). n ror- .I. n I. i :. KNtiiiir,
    \ ill "ml" \ ll.-n on tin. 1*.In mid n H H"i dfinln I .IOIIIH Addition Town il I
    seema equally chic whether It tops I.II .llll''N', ill'| "lid.,Illlf.,. tilt' oll.I"'HII-I i tho, dliti* of Hi, 11.1 of HIHri ,| *
    coat pocket or ties a l| :-41 1'' .il Muni, I Ulll xcll ,tl Hi* mid' nrti payulilv' In nmliI : I HWI.' '.f M, l.n| 3D, I | a,
    a slanting Iln> I d.l' h'i for iiiHlimi Moiiioiv.li I 111, Un."j.; ., liinlnllnioutH: : .iintlMu | 22 1''I' !
    nr Hoilth.
    surplice blou o. Flowers perch on -M. ,I..> i..r IIIIH--. A I ). I'U7' In I t> .| with nci rili'il Intermit Rtliln nantA. ft I'flWXVH.Krioi :111": III III''It IIHI1 AMI
    the waistline f,. ,II'' "r ,Hi. S.mill. fl 1.,1' of thy lit I| I Ml;III I IMI 4i
    catch nil" of Hlx poi i por lnl In C'huii''ryHtnrk'o
    shoulder ,
    the t h,, ni In Sliiilo Iliadfordx I fioni: : ,: iliili I li.u-i.f until;; paid I .n'i: : ; : : _, j4.r:
    or are placed at the point of the 1' I. "i ,.1.i. Hi*.. f.illouliiK u ..1 l 1 In. ,anil liitrioi-t' whinIn i VoHi IH liorohy ulvon that nilllllltOIH :
    linil, II.YII.II I
    1. In liiinlforil' i.i 1"11.H"I..r ,.. j; : I. lIlHtlllllllODM mill
    clothes .II..I"oc 'irnlfl.H
    I unldI '
    deep V neck In evening 1,1' ) K .' lo, tlt<* IIIK, inlliilot' of tlm' ; for f nn'plittnanlM) .
    "'' .,1 v I 'J I I I'l,* t..-WitUS I 1'1'I VMI nf llntUiII' n hil. lit hi* ofII I .,, :"i i 'nil' poinntiH; : hnvlnuT: rlnlniN: inciiln-t: 1
    Colors Come lUotlng ,* ,4 ,,I xi.1; '... "I Hi."Hull :iI II.'I' \. .". mul diniiiK lniHlniHH liniimCI _. | I ho > Hint i nf W I YarhnrniiKh, diKtiMiil.
    I .y".I"" |. > *..,lltll,' /IIIIIKI' JJf I I o .. 'lliiLl tin. OHllinntnill .- .- Into nf llrudford: County 1 m.

    Colors are just rioting to the f.: ,iiil. MlaliilnK' 10 arren, l ..ml out N'I. 111"1'niotilH 'Imrnl.ifuro .i\ 0'1''' 4\'" ;[ t h;* rot:y ro.tnlrod:; tn proMitnt tholrlihtllliH .
    "' ,,''. '". I .. l lIV rlulv nut honl li ntid. tn Hi*
    fore as warm days approach Vividness U""A H ,-III.WM: . .mi, lln|lr.\I.I.,1 mi I. .X ...5..0000.| thiiI Ifirohy noil... ,. Klvi.ii that umlninnd 1"1 .linlirn of llrndfiird Count.

    for sports-pastel shades I'" 1 oJ 1 \l,i 'l.'r i'i i b nu.. i i vK .. ,. or. MIII| | I i niilnllon nn I 1.1.I blrlui" of that pirtnln linn I : within, onn ynar from dit.or
    In HaS \pllini A VIOIIHT : will l.o hold In h i rlh
    rulo Dut .i lull. .v Ki mill 1 Him' hhli, tnotlfii. \vtin to*'nndoil' l by d* i rio intori1 "hv Iho linn thin notlp*
    for other wear l.. the ,.11. .I I f. I I "MIUllllllUMtI i, Ilinim I W Whlto. aii-l HII AX"itiiij Jli'tifi. of thf* 'l.lKhth: ,fudliluI'lriult I'' *.into. And nil pi"rMoliH Indnhtod .I ,iunld

    no mere words can describe the .. .". .11-3 '' nun.. .Nuy vnti.1 L'iininic iniii'.i. i..ir .uP--._. of rlorlli. 'lu und f"i,. 111'1'1.l lford i-Hlaln' nrn rnqulred' pay thilrinnl

    shades that delight ---- -- --- till tho mcniherx "Itlia Cnunlv l-'lorld. f.hn'.rv' .I diibm, rnrlhwll.
    Innumerable tne complexion ( \..1t;It'X \l.I. :>: nn upon: :IW"v.: thiroun, IIH fnl .ni Hi", ir.lh ilnv of M il r ch, A. lI'I27. >. '11. 2lnt F.hrun.y. AH
    and compliment rortuln 'Ihirolrpondinir 7.'I
    the eye In that paimo IIU
    this year. II i i,', ,, .. i .. "Uon that utidor '|'I.w.' flV AfTitiriMAN' : AyI ., : hotwiiu Hunk of Htarko, ri W..J I..I.HO':

    lead in popularity. ibv > ,,i i. _"f_ Unit I i. rtaln llnal I ,, A. MXVIX' Ayni "'I".rl\ln. ( ',.I'I.IIIIAnl. mid M ..CIn"I' 'I h -.I" nf llrndrnril. r
    still '
    Blues r Iliiovnit' A'e. .1,1 wl. Mlrl"." Hiipp mi Idn. ",I ox nlllolo nlmlnlHtint'
    blue all blues, They run W t.VAI.I.. A A >ttii.r .rl Minor i"oin' l( of oHtnte nf W I'! Vnrh.' :i
    Any through a .I u. AV II11II: X'o. n .. .'rlofondiintH' ", thi: .:.iiBli.' : ilnioaHinl... 225t4 -"
    turquoise feel lazy. .rr..nl..o.
    from tropic Workers te/io N NI.IIII 1"v.,.. Mimti'r will nol I _.

    Borlea of green blues and lavehdar lan uld."blue"wdli! .... edabouldtakoHERBI Win "n\\1.n Hi" ilmlrmnn nn. t.i tho litKhoiit lilddor fnr i.anh durInir ..: ,I

    rich blue slightly lighter i .uti.. id tint Haiti loHolutlon' wn',, llm IIR-II! hntirt of Hal" nn fnn II I
    blues to a \ II
    E ,,iituptiild.piiil day 'h" 2nd illy of May A !>. 1">J7lu
    but more alive than a navy ,\ In roirulnr noimliin thlh ,I front of HIII Hnuth ilonr. nf thiI'ntirr I

    A type of dross that every women .. Tonic that (I.U r..ult. quickly.ut 'itli iKy' of Miinh. A H, 19.47. : :: If'.iiHo' .' In Mlarko Itradfnrit'nmitv John B. Thomas
    owning one Is |- ."p i>"lniuyi>u.frUM6Oetrb c. nooviu. l> lorldn tho fnllnwlmc (InHI
    should know by ttl1, tn>Utrr \1 l I hulrmiin. \ .riled, hl"I" lvln and' ,hnlnir hllrailfnrd

    the smart afternoon frock which 'I'H.I .. 4. 1 .Bt-4-8!.I "" flnrl'la. I".wl H.I: T.nl':1IU'JlnCT: : :

    good on the street or at \ ui |ifiinii,{'n I>i'Hjt' !Slum Ht'l/i\Vr l" : ':'I .nRW'I :
    Is equally f 'rl.r i I 1 Ion ,II In TownHhlp PlnrlilnR
    nn Informal party Such an Inillspenslble --- '111 R ", 1, Itamtn ill Hunt, nil.ontnliiliiuT Ilnrk. ,

    frock In shown today nimli-l, nn shown hruTlic. 1''lnl..1> linen In flrinlt fotirt, 1 P.luhlli' In.III ln I <. fn ni 1''.. mnm or liu
    TMO smart spring 1'iailfnld, l"oinly, Htata' lI .1 r I fur'opt I ai'n H bolnHT ] an rnmi.
    made of Heefrose crepe Parnassus. rhlntl rent (l..fO In. roil anil nhitf*. with roil bow.* of .."...)" {r.II.' .\ : Renew Your Health I' l. "II.,. ,lii r'hancery. tory ami known a. C Vrnotor, - -

    dashing tlrrrd effect I III shown to the right wltli largo hut. of lior. \' *>t-or "
    It embodies several smart new hair brnlil. By Purification "..,ph.lln.t. K1> I' ,,1CIIGnnrmDQmmlrl:
    _. ., Its shallow yoke and I sinrko KlaOniipiii.r COFFINS & CASKETS
    ,?! nntnii._. .n A nrrisny: 11
    fJI IO MW.W I
    sleeves J are cut In one piece Its mlng for summer hats with the and felt with stragppllqued: Indenlftn Any phyiiclun' will tell you that 101' for fomplalnant. | "

    tiered effect ls achieved by many end of the bow running across the on the felt top in as unusual : 'Perfuit Purification of Iho System It nppoiirnir I.y aitlijiivlt np ,i-ndn
    I and desirable the roat Nature'-i I-'ounddlim' l of iho ) Illiil In tho nh.v.'I..1 I 1I.
    the side. All !;
    running around facing on the right U .11 tllf ,
    two-Inch folds Vlolu Memoth* ii r.n"-
    inn "IIIIIIF'
    bust to hemline and a The sports coat Is almost a necessity Of course this xtunnlng co 'lIme Perfect lUaitb." Why not rid in ni t thcroin' numoil In M non-rimldmit, I I. Undertakers' Supplier ;

    frock from tilrrur.1" that if Florida. and her ro.- ,.roty nntlcn IH irlvon thnt I. Mf
    new, for wardrobe this calU for a red purse to complete yourself! of i.hnic .r 'ihn sriitn I "
    very every
    triangular neck line "hli. tn I'i and' IM ovor thonu Ppp..r."n. nil Hh..lr. of n'R.I.i AUTOMOniLK HKARSB
    side linen chlnti w\lh\ the color scheme are undcrmini( your vitality'Purify lI.k".wn and .
    running nonchalantly to the spring.: Oyster ..r tWPI'V"utift yours; It IH thoriifi ., I

    graceful bow with all-over\ blossom pattern 'In MaC"rnU.: color and combinations yo'ir nntiro fyntem 1 I.y 1akinif ,r.' ..'41. .' **nld' "non-roHlilnnt tun of that rorlaln oxopullon |IIHIIhy .: I Ala .n h.. Tfe. h Mtt
    and tlelng In a an thoroush cuur o of CaloUbi, iil! ..rrn.I"n. "IIM nnd I li* hnrnliy rmiiilrnl and undor lh". hln.' and Rent ithn tr,l.vnt nHnw .I.-1
    hero / 1.
    long ends. rich red Illustrated of frocks can ho lift to the a to Rppour In tha nf rnmiilalnttl f'lork of 'lh. r'onrtllrailforil n.r .. II.. .. ..,
    material gives It noveliy:, anh :'. I "rei.Inn of the woman who will -once or twice" a wetlc for sovernl Ir .d 'In nulil "HUN hi bofurn Mon- : fount v. Florida. In thilortaln ',I I I..tl"n KMHALMta.

    Velvet Trlmmlnn bow t. : !H.. ono weeks-snd, ""o hnw Nature reward I .Inv, thfl 2nd day "f May, A. 1.l 193j judicniont of th Mor'ank* y Jr'.ltKRIU
    and Its red wear I n em But If the most U tobg iifherwlM* tlia, all fcatlonH. HirlHtor Company, a ".rp..rnl'

    The horsehair braid hat has a pocket and flnl'i I.. .- Us mliar! sotto from the new, wardrobe I i you with ripnlth.Calotaht all bill wll bn taken as conri*..il byflnl'l }:'UlntlfT. nicalnHt A. It 100'' : HEWITT C. JONES

    wider at the sides '" tho (r' ateit of I. ilefonilantIt on'lant. on I thn 10th ilav MarplA ,
    brim slightly The stamps It IInu'I"I > pe* shown today should byin syten pur'fieri (>rt a family ,In further ordered that thin orld 'lIl>' 1927. I tiavn' Invloil 'V.rnr T'RKF FLA.110C.

    and a moderately high crown ...I '. ha Included, In tel.nhes i with full directions. On- .r bo one a wek fur noil to Ihn hlirhnut > ,

    .only trimming Is a smashing bow ..t plan I 1 packntre four ..o..rl.publ.h.I w.oks In th. I..... caiih, itiirlnAT thn leva! hours of pal i

    of yelvet-the very latest trim- The Httlo reJ ly 33; cU at drturatores. (Adv), ford County : n."p.p.r n Moniluy, tha day of Ma "

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    It not only gives valuable tltes for the junior-senior banquet' .1 .
    ---- -------- ways. .--
    Bradford County Telegraph experience to the performers, but Friday. Apr. 29. I I I
    i iI
    I BRADFORD it adds to the treasury of the -0.! A. W.TIMIS NEWS FROMSTATE .

    school and( makes the school :
    ESTABLISHED IN 1879Published -- ----
    I HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL known to many people who have : n\\i:: <'n \WaJI; : i I
    probably never hcnid' ) of it before ,- CAPITAL I II II

    4' Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ISUt1NE!! MATTIinW.H ORAf'E WOOD We ,believe. Hint we have, Sharrle Lane Du Spain would I

    Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I wnnun MARHiinunx: VIRGINIA VEEKS" any other whool. of Its size in the made her debut except for the ;
    I E. S. Matthews----------------------Owner and Publisher Athletic Editor Publicity Editor state and feel that we would he I fact that something/ had happened The legislature has begun the

    J. C. Kobinson________._________-__...__Managing Editor justified most Hurresiful In taking productions Home of our to to the family fort mine; tha"something" t |I', (flan'onMlderation bills. authorizing of the $20,000,000 allmlnl tra-

    inM.Iii; ( i.i::("ii'in': high Hchool students mil)" also b, Sharrl had never o i I in Kverglades: bond, today (Friday
    surrounding; towns. been quite able. to figure out and 1 -
    tasted if they wish 1 to be and I ) and during! the first part of
    SUIJSCKIPTION KA1E An Interesting: lecture was l 1 1llvi <'- may be vaccinated l for smallpox i neither had her frail mother who I the coming week are expected to

    f In Advance >rod In the high school. lIu.lI- Those who have not be vaccliiatu : I had never !gotten over the shock icither i conclude and accept the
    Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable tln'hint' Wednesday, afternoon Apr recently should
    Advertising Rates on ApplicationLet's : .by. Mrs. Laurie Jean Held, tuge of this opportunity, for, alt somethingIf 'have made her debut In the mime o iov. John W. Martin or another
    ; 11:1. of the Welfare the -- you remember I last week we way her mother had made lier'a'
    ,, Department officer pointed out, an absenco -
    -- -'--' ----- drainage bill Introduced
    F of the State Hoard of Health. said that when we have fire drills KO many years before, h"l'aIlMe8horl'I'1I o'I several
    start our-clean-up und paint-up campaign. from school at thin" time I days ago by Senntot'! John \V. Watson
    teachers do not I leave the
    111Iteld I brief outline of mother never quite reallocl -
    < gavn: a i) would be very unfortu lIute. of Miami.
    y t o each department on the hoard Its building an the pupils lo. Well,, that times INK] clumped/ and i
    A. nice King is commander of the Florida(] department,, odlcern, and duties; she also explained 1-:1'4: we have found out the reason I i that to ho popular one must have The first fights over Everglades

    American Legion. how funds were: npproprlated one of the teachers came and explained -, something benldes a becomingpaleness ; legislation; began last Monday
    I l. and lined from the five Kickers are born but booster It to us:: they believe thatIt t and a charming; blush : i I when the drainage committees In

    ,It j 0j rents paid for a screw to a tall must be made. would. lie good, riddance If they Indeed times have ,changed; so house and( senate overrode the
    j 4 The Punta Gordu Herald publishes one of the newsiestG : light of it Ford to Hums up Into U were burned, up. Maybe: It would much that one can never all"orllthe Hade county members' and reported -

    G weekly }papers in t Hie state. j the hundreds of doll"rM.lrM.: We see where tutu! embalmers and maybn It wouldn't, but that I blush. So now Instead of asking o them favorably. Senator Watson
    II will Hold convention In Is what she told us.AH the following day Introduced(
    o Relit nIMO linked, Homo question a Tampa !: a trim maid if the pink carnations
    I' which were designed to snake What a Jolly time they will have had come ShnrrI Lane a bill, drawn by W. I. Evans counsel -

    Some women look like this:! ( ) when they stand .- i .her. audience think a little and singing; peppy songs; like Just He we can' hear out here at calmly threw a well shaped leg In; for several Nub-drainnge dlstrlcts -
    I 1
    Ij Tallahassee State. And some look like this ) (. i wonder, If tlioro might; bo some fore the Rattle Mother! or "Mas: school Is conversation about neat corduroys\ over the horn of [ near Miami and It was referred -

    o I Itliing; wrong; with our present sys sa's In De Cold Cold) bound graduation with the Rats butting tho sndillo Slid asked n common I I to the drainage committee.
    item of education. The following cow-puncher for a cigarette; Horrors Martin uncovered his
    In every once in n while. Here
    have hit Bradford They arc
    \ county.
    The oil lease boys were some of the questions: One way Huts and banjos ore Is what drifted to our ears In upon horrors! Should l a Du I Everglades legislation with a

    not greasing )palms to secure' oil leases: yet. I ( can, read CJo'etlio's Faust I In alike is, they're always getting study hall: .1 Spain ever stoop to speak to a speech before a Joint session oftithe

    o :, I the original but I con not ask for picked on. "Have you got your evening lowly cow-puncher) ? Why---but I' legislature. In his speech he
    ""L pima of bread! in tierman. III dress?" this cow-puncher was awfully outlined his method for getting
    } With apologies i to the Tampa Tribune. Tallahassee- We the lust of the fund, for completing the
    1 this educntlon? are on lap "Yeah, it Is blue and has- I good] looking.Now work and
    : a north Florida town made famous by hot air. I understand the systems of all school term now. Those who -<-ream colored lace." I'm Per under ordinary circumstances showed the legislature what naI -

    u the great economists but I can have been falling a little behind fectly wild about-" Sharrl Lane should l. and I Bin-mice he must give bond firms

    d Bradford County Telegraph at Starke, published a hand- not live within my Income. Is will have to put forth some extra "Scootle, gimme my pencil." probably would have on that soft to sell the necessary. bonds. HeI
    effort moonlight night, drifted Into llu elhae I made a tentative agreement,
    'Ibis education? -It's made( of chiffon and
    _ some Woman's Club edition( of over thirty pages last Friday. has-" rose garden with an eligible I he said with a arm willing to take

    -Timrs-Union. I can recite long/ passages of Maybe you've heard this before: "-Invitations togo _" young man while tho family sn'' lap to $20,000,000 In bonds right
    verse, but I can not me-
    } o morlzo the Declaration of independence the teacher's" motto, "They Shall "-- to Jacksonville and p behind l the lace curtains and smil I now, but that much will not be
    Not Pass. ed-this was not the way her |, necessary he thinks.
    We have with us this week a miniature Hilly Sunday.- ( In this education? get- I
    mother had done when she was a Where before the board
    and has
    Those and, other similar questions "Shut up- ( so It goes ,' <
    ( Starke Telegraph. And sometimes the least are the loud- were asked the student body We suggest this as an enigmafor on and on and on forever. The young !girl. But after nil times been using the money received

    est.-Times-Union. who were told to think them over the State Road Department: girls talk while the boys sit have changed, -also the familyfortune 'I from drainage taxes In the Everglades -

    y tho( first time they had an oppor- What makes It so EASY to ride around, and look stupid as usual.! ;; so! Instead while the to pay Interest and sinking

    o tunity. If any of them went to ; on a HARD road. Don't puzzletoo goodlooklng cow-puncher sang', fund on the $10.250,000 In bonds
    44 With another drug store, jewelry store and a five and this trouble they probably came hard over It because there One senior's Idea of being quietIs t Borne love song to Sharrl, accompanylng 'already sold and spent, and using

    in really is no answer. sitting ,down close to someone himself on his everlasting I the $750.000 a year left over to
    ten cent chain store coming a s soon as buildings are completed to tho conclusion that many of .
    banjo was this Sliarrt Laneof dig canals Governor
    with Martin
    the courses taught In schools are and chewing; gum resounding said
    Starke is steadily forging ahead. of no practical value to us in lat: In a moment of weakness the smacks. (We hope she doesn't the Du Spalns? j that money will float a bond Issue

    _ -- I c-r life outside of giving nil a mud Following stanza slipped out: read I 111 in.. And then In years to ..omo- of ut least $10.2!>o,000 more and

    Now that Lake Vidal is filled with water, it is: one of the nendod credit necessary In obtainIng (In the spring; Oh, In the spring when she, the proud l Sharrl Laneof I that he can sell such bonds. when
    My love is like a red red rose. We understand that a lot of Du Spalns, should l have been j Issued. With that money lie said
    !: a diploma. For Instance, we
    beauty spots) of Gainesville, says the Sun, of that city. And would be the last person to deny That's all right what makes It bad soap has been sold lately In town directing an aged servant as to the more of reclamation' can go

    't' what else' do you expect a lake to be filled with ?Times- the value of Latin an a foundationfor The same.Is true about my nose! because HO many of the girls have the number of guests; who would ahead Immediately, while the

    Union. Bathing beauties.: other languages, and !In teaching r had their lair I cut so their ears be present for the evening ( for bonds would 1 be spread over a period
    !: us the derivatives of English We wouldn't swear to Its truth are exposed and they have to be that Is what her long since dead I 1 of not more than 40 years.

    0 : words but how many of us who but there Is a myth about a little kept clean mother had done.)-Sharrl Lane, If necessary, the bills provide for
    girl in the freshman class. who still us trim and !sweet as ever,, such advaloreum tax
    fc to* Starke Telegraph runs its editorials on the back page. took a two year course in that -- as the legislature -
    nnclont language: could ask for "a when asked by the teacher to discuss Here are a few personal items: was merely saying!: to a lowly cow-0 shall see fit If it l Is needed.
    Evidently to save the best for the last.-Gainesville Sun. Bacon replied that she liked : puncher's son-that Is, saying between In effect the
    piece, of bread" in It? To this Prof. Kelly;: has a new straw lid. ; i bills Insure to
    No, to give the make-up man a last' opportunity to dump you may reply that you havo.no It crisp. Eugene Matthews got to schoolon licks: "Jinmile, If I ever Everglades drainage all money received -

    them if he needs! the space. Intention of ever feeling the necessity time one morning much to the catch yon stealing chickens out of i I from the sale of Everglades
    Just as we seniors were aboutto that old, man's yard again I'll tan land. This
    I of asking for a piece of consternation of all present ,' money l Is to be keptin
    o bread, in Latin, and that If you come to the conclusion that we Scootle Andrews has swiped her you good\!" trust to help pay interest and

    With the aid of the Bradford County Telegraph theWoman's did no one would understand, you know a few things along came the sisters' rouge; and lipstick and I --Pete.TIMIS Hlnklng fund on new bonds pay

    Club of Starke put out a very! nice issue of that unywny, which may be very true, liiestlonnulre craze and we get started a "save the surface cam : H\\K-<'II.aJtTlme -: -: tuxes on state land und( buy back
    mid tho two yours of Imrd. work nuked such questions as: Whereare paign" on her ta..e.lIaz land on tax sale that Is not hid
    paper the other day. The 21 pages were well made up, well- have Heno7.no OossoH's frescoes of 1 Mlddleton thinks fielders on by others.Opposition. .
    spent In Its study, could they have ,
    printed and well l'liled.-Gainel'l'iIIe' Sun. I barn used to a better advantage? the life of Saint Francis and Ifsu o catch files with a swat. true. changed 'tin sad but to the bills In either

    o It is all a matter of opinion and whys Or: Which giant was Mr. Newell decided, not to give They don't do like they used to do. house or serrate has boon almost
    compared o what loaning tower test )Monday, he had negligible..
    7d you are quite welcome to your lrt< Chemistry as Representatives of
    The citizen who said! two years ago that Starke had as: own. hy what poet? Hather dlscourag- 'i hi nned 1, and the whole class' Old maids. shake their heads nnd I special (lutei"t" In )Hade county

    log!:, isn't It? Makes us feel like dinted. say."What have made the only objections in
    business houses tile
    many ns territory could support, siiouU will become of the folks
    II. II. N, IHCFH.VrSV.I.IX! ) IS leglnning all over again; I the whole of the Everglades drainage
    count the number of establishments built during tin of today?
    new CI I FIRST U.t:\ll: OF SEASON It Is getting; so hot that out I Picture the old-fashioned ., district[ or at least they are
    ), past year-and they are rented before completion.Jim We would like to see one of our brains are being; cooked so pleas e I simple girl !so the only <"me to bOJ reported to

    The game; was played Friday senior girls win the essay contest end us some electric fans and a Tnllollll "pe. I livery legislator I
    o-- niusliing cheeks and
    } afternoon atI p. m. on the city conducted by the U. D. C. For bIg water cooler. whose territory Is In or touches

    -r Kepoto had] several exciting episodes( last week. lIe! hull park.I Waldo opened( the heir pains the winners will get When dimple her ; lover she the Everglades! drainage district

    ri backed his car off the long bridge into the ditch and then I game by scoring!: two runs, Bradford 11 trip throughout the southern Prof Kelly wan away from would sigh, and proposed I Is on tho house or senate drainage
    i followed with one run. In tales that will be well worth the school two afternoons last week commit 110. and with the exception
    at a later hour he pushed Clifford Milton's Ford off( of the I "I'll let you know some future lof
    I Iho foil I ii th Inning the Hcore was effort put forth In writing the lie was attending the meeting of day." Hade county, every one has favored

    main highway. ]He( almost' succeeded] in killing the whole o tied and excitement was at a high ssay. high school principals of the stat e Then the the passage of tho bills as
    I -comes modern girl
    party. Better luck next time, .Jim-C'dar Key News. pitch. In the seventh Inning/ the W at Gainesville. boylHh, and tough they are now.Governor t
    I scorn was li-5 In favor of Waldo, We are sure that all the seniors She Martin hiii announcedthat
    swaggers around lets the
    0- -- will pass. Some will pass Florence Andrews and Virginia If the bllN
    but a grand rally by Bradford In world know she's rough! are passed, heexperts
    the exams, and some will pass out Weeks are running a race to seewho I to spend a large
    Billy Sunday in now conducting "revivals" in Coloradoand tile ninth Inning bringing/ In two They say she dances and.Charles\ part of
    I runs made the score 7-8 In favorof In the effort. I can be the later to Astronomy his time In the Everglades during -
    to soothe the ruffled! spirit) inflicted(] by the Tampa collection tons pecks. the
    H. II. S.-O. G. I \aAs-at\ present Miss AndrewS Don't faint dear remainder of his ndmlnlutratlon. -
    plates he is: telling them "I wouldn't trade] one county I low many years will it be be- holds the championship. l that she rendersI'veheard "necks." He announced also that
    + IIntVru0FFICpaeATS'IIOni: fore we seniors start singing, i he will appoint a hoard of local
    ; in Colorado for the whole state of Florida. And now Tam
    "Oee, but I'd, give the world to The teachers have selected the men to keep him advised 1 on every
    pans wouldn't trade one local preacher for a whole army of This week health officers have see that old gang of mine." senior play and keep holding Imagine soft moonlight and the phase of drainage work, and will
    girl of
    Billy boon at school administering teststo closed conferences to select the todayIn station a resident engineer at
    I the grammar school students The Williston High School presented cast-we are not let Into the a canoe with her lover, can't West Palm Reach to have active
    e-- to see which of them are not Immune their play "The Hoodoo," secret as yet. you Just. hear her say charge of Everglades; drainage ,
    The move by the Atlantic Coast: Line to take oil four from diphtheria so they can at the Gaiety Theater last Friday "Oh Harry, do hurry, go on and work.
    of its local trains is meeting with opposition in Gainesville lie vaccinated and prevented from night. Taking plays to neighboring The !seniors are fasting so as !Make propose It boy, I The executive plans to !spend I
    snappy my must
    z. contracting this disease. The towns helps a school in many to be sure of having good appe- ( four or five days out of every
    and Palatka. Northbound mail from Starke placed in the powder my nose. month following the adjournment

    postofflce after 6:00: p. m. does not leave Starke until -1:20: Horrors! Dear readers, I must of the legislature In headquarters -
    NEW shock
    THIS GAMK EVEKYONE'S PLAYING your dear souls.
    >; the next afternoon the result of taking off the Cedar Key- I belong to this fast age, this age Palm to Reach be set up either at West I
    or Okeerhobee and
    Jacksonville train. -- -- that's so bold;
    t And I'd like to say, with a grin : In traveling through the district, I
    -- keeping/ In close touch with the
    and a wink.We're .
    Bradford well be of j work. lIe expects to see at !least ''I
    .) county can proud Little Santa Fe really not half as bad as
    six new canals )begun I
    Lake near Hampton, with its'! up-to-date casino bathing ___- you think! old canals dug out to capacity and dar the I

    beach and dancing pavilion, ai well as many other amusement P.t' pete I In ing the remainder of his term In I

    features which popularize) this' resort about a mil \Jt\'IC.o; 'rn.FItESltSI1VThe :;; ;: ofllce.MMH.
    \ ASK MEI ;
    west of Hampton At this resort, says tho Starke Telegraph, / T ( ( following-poem composed !I .. I-: OK .. ll.H: OK C'tTTLn

    is a specially built playground, which i is freo to the children, I E ln1 ( by a Hat shows that their Inten-

    and many other features t that go to make tin ideal and attractive 4NOFrEQI [ dons are good although they sometimes aU'h...Nonce dap 1 ''r-r"."'','MSr! ? 1 that-will on offer the I
    fall to them out r..r, ale! nholll! ,05 I
    carry : In ISO
    summer resort. Along the shores of the lake is an ( AQ1={ f110i11 Ni ) \ Now all you dear little "rats" I nr.t'.k' J. w'uII., I Jlnttp". .. 1..1".1". r" the heart estate of
    ""l'''''''''''. and sell
    excellent bench, which has: been used for bathing for a number hush "Id coalt" the highest and best I

    of years, but the ]present owners, R. L. Kile & Son have \VJ At WILL / While relate a few; word of advice I bidder Thl rev ith! ,rash day| of April 1 t PaT.H .

    i added many attractions, and in fact remodeled the place I ACTUAL Never play hooky or such -1.22,21. L. \TTE.V,
    Administrator.Ah .
    entirely, making it one of the finest in North Central Florida ,, Try not to be absent, or late _

    I The large dance pavilion was built for room and comfort, and I I Each day study harder and harder now I have It--Aunt Lucy ap-
    pours asking for
    M will accommodate a large number of dancers. It has hardwood I watt'r-8he says
    t a nut never cause a confusion she Is very hot In the other world

    floor, and the building is very attractive. The completion Or all of a sudden you'll hear, and she wishes she had not committed -
    ( "Stay and copy the whole Constitution suicide-but alas!
    I of the now Jacksonville-Gainesville; road has made ." late It l Is too
    the globe
    Hampton Beach a very popular resort.-Times-Union. ,I -Eva Marcotte. dark again. grows

    o | smitoirs t''n'f.I. C"f/UXn: -

    I I Strawberries are now moving rapidly from Brewton, in '-

    1, West Florida. The Milton Gazette says the shipments this '[I All right; Owen don't get In too For Perfect Sewage Use

    season will total 100 cars, and the season will reach its peak 'I i big a hurry, I have to wait for I
    e I the crystal to reveal its secrets Hubbard
    about the middle of April. Plant City and points in that /\i& rt i No you will not he sucmssfnlj Septic I

    section of the state get their -strawberries on the market II .. j as a mortician I Hoe dead people ), Tanks I II
    fir le' { getting and
    from December to March, followed by Starke, Lawtey nnd t up running away ,I
    when they see you coming nut !, the next best
    to I
    other towns:! in North Florida, which begin shipping follow- I lo, as the scene fades and changes'I I city sew-

    ing the Plant see a future I age. Family size put incomplete I
    City crop and continue until May Now West rosy -you marry

    West Florida has undertaken the growing of strawberries Elizabeth and you both go on the I with 40 feet of I
    stage la
    and can take the acts. During ,; I seepage, 6000. Factory
    up shipments in April and continue through' the few years that you stay on. ,

    May, Florida is in a position to affer strawberries continu- the stage, you and< Elizabeth attract : i 243 So. Fifth St., Gainesville

    ally from December to June, or until the Georgia and Caro- and collect so many toma-i I I, Fla. Mail a card :
    lina toes cabbages and) eggs that you and I
    -. y crops come on. Graceville, in West Florida, is also decide to come back to Starke'I will call and explain -

    planning to plant about 250 acres to strawberries next season, and open' up a grocery store I it to you.

    '', and in a feW years !It Is predicted other towns in that section 'J andDut
    will follow what 14 thlgth9 globe C. E. I .
    suit, making strawberries one of the staple crops shows a great disturbance-some !;i Hubbard

    of that part of the state.-Times-Union Short Talks] one seems struggling to appear Gainesville, Fla. t'i'

    I can't understand It at
    once- 1




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