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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:00973
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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HEARING IN JAX TUES. ;iiami Jury Hill--ron-ldor- ii: li- ITILITY J-.JIPI."j-) 'IINCH| HtMise MiM.iiii* l i'rn'. //I\l.asLi.'Y LAKE

--. _-__.-_--h_-_-__ tern CIISI-H I'.i,mm I Over 1'nint I KKS MOVIXGA; vMinu Splilllciit. of Hlh ,Clr.r '1'I.'
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.11AY 1)AYFh'STIV1II. \Voluko Ilildiciles Milp n Total I 4'<> I) I'ourl 1 1I "II.I..I""I..I..1:
General IIlt.n1tion; : of -
: : FOR SATURDAY of .,...utU 1'lsli llni'inu/ :Several: famllit-H of euiplii" ,,. .h .. \\nli the exci'pllon' of n tewduMi

Charges on Vege- Tbreo" \\..., ..* :Spring; term clrrult rmirt for iinciled with I the Florida t'owei, I'nder provisions of the house" work on tho nluinldoi-s of the

The May: Day festival and ding I Bradford county will convene InSlarke .\\1; Light; Company are movlnx( tci i bill IIIISHOI! Tnesilay b>' the ennto. road flu.. I''. \\'. Long CotnpamontraclorH .

tabf] Ltc.: I'olu dunce will be held :Siitunla.iuttfi'iioon : + next fllonday morning nt Sturke Ills I ,,week this town being .- the I eighth': judicial, ,circuitcomposed / <' ? liavn completed, I tin-

from I r> :.uu to U. till Tell thoiisiuid "ItngerlliiK" hal, hhave / illtd: o'clock Clrniul 1111,1 petit" made hi>adiiiarterH'| dinliix I lie> of Maker, Bradford.\ tune and ono-half miles of. road

;: PLOIUf"lGIOWBRS! o'clock on the vacant lot next to boon> planted In the lakes II i Jurors for I the term have, linen" cniiHtrncl'on werk. un Iho network, 1 Inn .M.iihua. (llllclirlHl, Levy, I'ut-.j le. idlng. from. !Starko: to tiroi-n Cove

; the rfsUk'Uio of J. M. Ali.ueand the Sim lie territory dnilKK theweek summoned and indications ore of power llnoM through HI'H' nor mini, 1111,1 Flagler coiintli-H' 1 IIIIH' t+"pl" .nuts by KlngHloy: lake, Surfai J.'
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AIU RFFRISF.t1'rF:1Jacksonvil the program has been well l1'- '' by Deputy Game Coin in Is- that Ilia spring/ HOBBOH| will runi lion. Available IIOIIHOH nii.l npart'menlH 'been cut Into, throo circuits" tlm'I "'Ing work on I tills road was

4- ranged", by those In chuige. eh II."*sloe Ire A. II. Johns Uils being. ; longer than usual. Judge, ; A. Z.dklns are Hinrce within th- town'l Iwonu "" "II"11,1 Iwenlv-llfth coinpleied\ Monday afternoon 'and,

!r :fleeting Is dl'eltaking part on the program 1 I pnrtlon of l the 4no.000 bass whipped .\ will pntsldn with !'Ilitl.t: ti and many 1 inhale hl tuna n"1'n"n-nt- circuits being: made, front Iho dl- I 1'1'1Illo-nlly nil 'Iho equipment/ hart

will be In costume and thu youngsters from theVelaka hatchery i I lorney J. C Adklns. rcprcHontlng! inn rooms to lakp> care .,t th'- \lslon In I tin ..1'1/llIlIll'llChlh circuit been sent lo Hie new work near
Expec c1 1 to Fill 1
1 are anticipating us much tun during the pant three wcekii. In'Bile state. iiewcomem.Information. allb1'/ Machiia. (nllth'IHt111,1, Jrsnpin..

.. T\VI\\\\'eel giundJury IIH to the. l"I'ulioli I Lew' count Ins: I im| I only-second. 1 "County forces will I h. used to
It. 1 Inll IgPx. Mate shell llsli* com- lie has I held. of the 1 fi:1 I,Odd 1 I) .
the grown-ups. .Admission III be ( county rmirt l volt transformer nla- i In" tilt! w III! consist link.., Ih'nd- widen I Iho shoulders of I Ihn road

Dlllgy wullr "t the Uulte,1 free. und nil are invited. The castIs I nilsslonor, stated he expected\ the for their net Ion 17 criminal (.1111(.... lint has not boon given out though IIfard, and Union and Iho twentyi from SlurkH lo tho county line,

States 'ollrtl''e> n In the federal made up of tho following chil\ total for the. first month's distribution the largest number for tlm punt supplies to be uH"IIIII constructingthe ; i fifth will! bo made'" up, of Putnam Iho state requiring Nhouldera, seven

building lu Ja s"uville that have dren. to puss the half million I i I several terms.. Throw men uro lines nnd for the siphon will i 1"1"1110'1'11111 St Johns, county adfilled fool In width on eiuh sldn of t thorock

I. echoed\ for Y' the l'mpaKsloned Court: mark a record exceeding that of barged; with assaiil/ ). with Intent begin to niTl\o In St.irku during: from the adjoining circuit. hints,. As soon an t this part I,

pleas of ottm 34 In grave cases queen Clementine Torruella. any state In the union. The dispatch to murder, two on murder charges/ Iho next few days for distribution I', 'I Tho bills nxvnlt t the .sign Itnrn I Is complete' the work of maintaining -
gave the following; schedule I three with breaking and entering and for sloniKc In I the woodensi of tho
In which Inf 1'lous\ of governmental King A. Z. Adklns, Jr. I Covoinor Marl 'in In becomeI / blind will bo taken over
statuI were concerned Maid of honor, ilorla Johns. I of distribution for the month'sshipment" ) ,three with desertion and noii-siip- 'ore building cornerVuhuit and'l I: [, laws and iippolnliiient of judges bv the Hlalo.' '

: with rapt and five others Nlnlh Hroots.WANTS| and sluli' -'-- .--
port one attorneys Is .
!t took a more mhl'e ml'ln Tuesil. I'ink maid, !Mary Harriet 111..11-1 I cxpoitod In
|j Starke/ 10.000 hurged with varied offenses INtod -_ .--- bo !made '
day when cal nad attorneys. Interstote op. i ; Keystone Immedliilely on account CotinlfCourt I';

::..1 coon slop chlef8, exam- Blue maid Margaret Ann Mal I| Heights, 10,000Vnktilla; county,,. as follows: TO HUNT : uf Ihe earl\ convening of II"| I '

,*1 snore and eXI .ts. Rn(1 reprosen- pus. I 110.00.: !NfadlHOil. 20.000 ; Live, I Stale of Florida vs Rvpt'olt FLORIDA FARMSTlio '''I Hp11I1t1'11I", \ of court.The I Ilalford Collier, cairylng pistol \ ,"'

natives of f It IIl1d Oak, 10.000( ( ; Loosbunr. 10,000 ; Bennett, charged with the murderlot following ,dlsiiitih] was sent
vegetablegrowers' Violet maid, Ueno Davis. I without license; tbi felled! bund ot ,
; orglttzutious. a"sembled Yellow maid, Klalne B wllrlls. Winter haven 10.000 ; Stuart. Leo Morgan.. cliiimliwr. of! commerce linU e nul'rnt'adtq', from Tallahassee 011r 150. ;
I lfl.000 ; CroRtvlew. 21.0011Inri.! State of Florida VA. Tom lletidrlcks : r .iTiilna; Iho, creation of ."
for a lengthy: !'11'1111 that Involves Flower girls, Ruth Wyman and ; \ ..en asked J by> Anel M. T'l111" "tent new judlrlal U AlviireworlMoHfl, t" ,
refrigeration hnrges all Florence Mersereuu. alum ;1.000'I.'un'n; \ k Springs.. nssatllt i with Intent to murder circuits/ cliocks, : :;
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vege1
I StiXkholm, Kwt'deii' to Heciirofrom 'lounii not
tables and f... s shIPII" out of Crown Dearer, Km met l'errylnmu. 3.1100llItoll.) : : 3.000: 1"'IIMllf'oln.1i.OOO Perry Reddish1. lanil' nt ''I I Two now judicial clrculttt. for minty by Jury.lloobiii v1
I OWIICI'H n lint farms 'k (;
irlllls
niul I Ih' full (Irlf-
I ;l.hEt 80uth. ; St. Johns river 170,000; State of }Florida' vs. Tom. llenIdrlckB Iho iiorlheiiHtorn Kocllon of F'lor, S'I '
for rent giving the \locution of Inv.. usHiiiilt and
ballery'' A,
Grand/ nidiro. 10,000 Donlfay I assault with Intent tn iniirdor Ida were treated the ; ruts conI -
; by I nlalo
\ The heurln sold by those Inr Pages N. T. und Tommy Itlteh. I I ho property acri'iine. condition oflilllldliiKS. leg Iniicd I until/ May "term, 'bond. $2110.
10.000 ; Tampa. 10.000 liniden- lamp I Andrews. lxlalurr hy tin I
; jiaHxiiKo' ': by Ihsellnlo P 1'
attendance to" Vile of the most May Magic, Lillian Sternhorg rental wanted rte 'Kenneth. Kite, I
lon, I 10,000 : JarkHonvllIe, 20,000 I Stale of Florida vs CIII'I11- of Iwo IIOIIHO bills opcrailng motor
Important bas,ever called by the und her sprites will prepare for ; :Mr. Kkinan: hulls been In communication { (provldIIIK vehliln while IIIIII I"lIt." . the Lakelund 21,000 and Palatka.,- drews, charged/ with murder of : for Ihe dlvlHloii ol "pn-Honl. olrlinllx -
interstate cnm .eree ('Olllll1lsMlolI. queen and her court. with/ the chamber ofcommerce gullly, $ inn and costs or 1(0( daysKenneth .
000.COUNTY. Wealthy Ithoden.\ becaiiHii of the '
I congcMed |
Is bound to II two weeks it was Care-free )youth Georgia Haynes fur scVernl monlliu and 1 log.dnrk'h J Kilo, petit larceny of I
State of Florida VH. Oscar John lill 1I
said Tuesday ,rning! as oppoHIII'': and her garland bearers In Huffy \ llhodon. donlrcH, to lointe n nunilier of goods: from II. S. armory; continued -
and Dempmy assault J InO> of the
now illHltlctH ,,,
white. SCHOOLS 1> |111 l| In,
forces moved lito position for S\M>disli families nn farms in thin .
with 'Intent to murder Joe Crawford : "It tuna II lie (11\(0 Tuciily-Hcciinil 'ii
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their baUle. pan thq outcome Mischief, Lois Adklns, and her ENDING SESSIONS section with the Intention of ultimately and John, ilissoii( ; /I'"IIH"H..I"II of Intoxicating -
!it was declare will binge a probable group of green elves will dance before purchasing 1 Iii" proper- | will bo oinpoHOd of I Itnkrs, l 'llrail-. : liquor; prosecution
of lands
Stato VH DcinpKPV f..I'llIlIol, I'nlon coiintloH, Tlio t
revlMlon the entire retrlg- the queen Cloning 1 of tho Hampton P and Irv t! rented. The chamber' of "conimene M''C'1"1,1 wll holl'u\\.
KliodiM, ot ills, breaking: und onterliiK. new judicial circuit ,
will be
oration 'hllrg nude by the Interstate Lazy Hoso dreams Lillian Ciurrls l Loin
I.nwtey pchoolx last week loaves IH cnpcclaHv l1l't'rst'I In lloodwlno, open profanity;

'Olllmel commission a little summons her May dreams to 'only one county school open the State! of Florida VH. C.. I.. Sapp Hocnrlng the fauns "1110',1, at avery pnNd "of 011 HI.lit I.Johns>". ,It Flaiilor will and ho'known plead. gullly: $1 and costa nr ::111|<>
more the wo years sgo. come before the court. I'Bradford County High School atSlarko. nominal rental for Hie first days.
and Sam Crosby, furnlHlillig saws Iho
mix Twonlv-linii
din i
The rase h is. unlltne. In that Mirth, Dorothy bopp with her The two first nnmed to prisoners' III COUnty jail. year In order, lo enconriiKithe;" "n'Ie'l'I I'eirv" '''It'. possesHlon, of Inloxliillng i-

It woo raile, 'Y the Intel'.tateCOIll1ller0 fun makers dressed In blue run ,schools opened their ternm earlierlast State of Florida vs. Harry llo- coming of this type uf fanner.Several TlilH hrliiKH Iho, (' liquor, .plead I gullly. $25:! !
I.. l<'ilal' of new clr-
t nlsMlon upon Its Into, the circle for their fun. ] full and completed the right .donholninr.. breaking; and entering ) onnei'H of faun have IIIIH. OHlllllllHllOll. and costs or Hi") day, I ,

own motion tllA purpose ot n Shy Modesty Vondu lumen, and I..i iIIIT months m term three weeks earlier smokehouse of Joe Crawford. already. h ate! tbolr properly, others lliiK' of I lie twenfv-nrxt HlllCI" hut.biennial...01"'''- Walter/ !Manscll, falling to teeold ,

little bunch of violets do then'than the Starke school/ which will Slate, of Florida VH. Dalton Car- with acreage': morn than they ''uf .the leulHlature In three niiirkH nod bniniN. ; )plead gull.

refrigeration / beat before tin queen und king in ,
I D\110IIP.1 their old-fashioned way. I' i|in the county ure operating) on nn I property fl'1I,1111.( ..- farm. snrpliiH" ucronee, wllh I o IIUII t tfeyernl Jim Kile, fulling to nicoid!
.
Happtness Dnl'othy'hlte., who'eight,, months houses. AllII' ik: man ('I'l'l't' I sore hclnit orvntod.\ murky and
and Florida a..U'IIIIlI'ly.. 'r hecdmml basis Slnrlto I.aw- I Slato rf Florld.i VH. Mark Cnrmlolo The hlllH will I.m., IIIWH brniul; plead Kiillly,
'+lon I 'III'eH'lItp,1 hy \VIlIlatn culls In her sunshine 'timers ill/ ,|try Hampton JlI'o"kpr.f..w: HI1' Ft'- buying and receiving at ton' to be In Slink, during" thn first when $1 I and i.odsM .
.
lh.c: .
.. r. 1111 dll".tor, of the costumes" us. golden ns. Ih,' sun (' OrnhnmI"V: lllvi-r and I ICiaham 'rly from state fnrm days of .1111,.. tin, IHt of avalUiblnpi JohnV Martin, IIX||| "K >hular'Iel | I .\ /Ilul pp. iiicliliMii operiitlon "

;' COIl1l1l1..101I" I"au or srrvlco lit Last the man'h li>' ('utll'roup.. I : closid daring; !\far( h. I propi Slate of Florida VH. Nntlmn prru4 \\1111"! m,,11, led I III in wllh- I hem inHii> Kenl' null: algnatqmil. I'Inf. tar ,plead 1 gnlllv.: $1 and ,rosti'nnd .

\VuHhiIlKtoll. tllllt nH the trial music furnished. by tho Siurko :Nine: KtudiiitH graduated, from : ll.ill. deHuitlon and non-biipport ,flilld. In \the next fow diva und owners I guying repair bill of $70. '

jud h'" and 1 II I.. Itogers a texaminer. I liand., The Boy Scouts. will assist t tin Iho llnmpton s. hool this term the j < of piopi'il! > III .e'i I' hf it loii of I the i lit,Judges/ and .Hlaln, allornnyH for ,

W h. serving III the getting things rondv for the graduating, oxcrclsos, lielno: held I State of 1"1.1011V". Wnltor COIMIare| ui'U'd" \ ,lo, Mend. In u d..- |' 1II"W dlsli'lflH. 'me In In- 17,1.V MARKET GETS l
polllted| by the Illcf "eiecllllvo.Till' .
cnparity ofrnry and who leexamining festival anti keep order for the. |luil Thursdru'' night, with \Dr. Hrown. breaking and 1 HI rlpllon, of II Ila'II' holdlngH, ti> IhoSiarko ,yI
i enteringHiiiokflioiiBn lilHl I three "leKlHlllllVe/ H'eekHliiivn I HULK OF 1'RODUCE
a ; on-el'o,1 by the I Knottier of 1'ulnesr Ille, deliveringhegrndnaIIuiaddress. Chamber of CommonnMAN .
s..s (11'I'h ; and dwelling; of 1 1) J: marked, almoHt I i
... u iotnplelinvlHlon '
May Pole ilnmo! IH it
t put on CongroHHinan : I
commission tI (.,'''' ". .Tr. of Florlila'M" I'l'1'.k"
, I'rrhalu.Irge: Ehlhll: 4 by tho young ladles of the lown'i' It. A. Green of Starke delivered HI.-t;[ ; ;; Florida; VH. John Pad INJURED IN.111'O.111)E4V7' In creating in..w clrcullH judicial" ralH-ByHtftii / ,.. f".11IWIII''y" '' points un 11.,
i vary beautiful In itself.. I the addreHH, at the closing taking ,daily luadsof Miuwhorrlc. IsF
Director 11111'- ,
The (eompon gett rape. I lug till salaries of rlriult" crlm'Inal -
toll Bald hll'lIe very thorollA'hIy TRA'TIIL ARRIVE i iF'OR 'Xpl'f'lMf of tutu Lnwtey school I State of Florida, / VH. John Tail-, mid' civil' jiidgii.H/ In a number beans and other vegetables. from, I I
of and Monday night; this school graduating Kelt. desertion and. uon-Mu pporL of Hie Starke I awley HOI.11..11.I Homiiof
Its inspectors
Into Iq I Two men wen sorloiisly Itijur<> "i counlleH and. granting adililloiinI ., -
other 9"1'll'ttO, the field 1. who HEAVY UITYIThe n eight students. SIIP'rlll-1 Infant child midlondny: aflcrnoon'" wbon nlSludebakor nHH* mitt Htate attorneys. and the 'trui ks 'taking 'loads dally toI

have. In tUllel'lIr.(1 volumes of new caterpillar/ trni.tors, t tendent Wlgglni attended Ihe exercises State of Florida VB II C.Vat- '", roadster left thin high-1 I Ie ''county Hiillc liurxFILLING I be niarki'ts In ..r1l'kIlOIlVlllll.VILIt
thoroughly four In of both Krliools and didlv-l, forging mime' of Chan. Strickland I tin.I ilroiplng| In )prices" of berries r bS
% exhibits. to Mme over ; number purchased hy the Hon way this 1 side. e of LIINII'w, and II I u 1 rll- --
I
Iurlllg tl'Urae of the hear- bond trustees for use In maintain ereil thn diplomaH.. j to elieoks. oil over III the ditch. rnsliliiK' the Y'I S/'A T10X the JacliHonvllln matkct N taking' 1 e
For this. term Iho Law-toy school, II big' poitJon of thn available
Stain of Florld.i Julian Nor- frtill
lug. ing the lateral road system of till! vs. top of the car III lloth nun' ro-1
1 The l'er..1. f 11011 charKe4 have ,county arrived Monday, wi ro. unloaded I'I'ltrolleil" 160 pupils I and Hampton rls iilluH. I'ulil Norris, bigam/ y. sldoiits of the southern pint, of rKINdSLKY linker Bros of Jaclcsonvllln!! IK
It Hllld I I .>, SIII'PI'll1t1'lIllpllt'IItKIIIS stunted State of Florida. .. Kd, making", Slarko' four 11'IIIK a neck
been IlIlMatl Cory was and 1 sent to I Iho sections\ of V. llaker Iho Millie whoHo names wire not'
I Iti for several rs. carriers complain the county where they will bo I Ttiomluy that very fow of tho .Ir desertion and lIon-MUJ.port> of given out, worn. brought ti, tho A. K: Wall IH putting the HnlHhing ] buying beirloH. hauling' I IDS 1'1'11"
,hole of the county are running IniicheH on a IIIHiiK Htallon last ,Friday, 75 Monday, and 9.1:
l't. that I costs are greater; used..\ Two of the old typo tractors wife office of J>r. Hlggs nnd after treatment I / .
I rli than the am. A allowed thel'ptorI used by the bond trustees IOHS than six months 1yellr., Siiinnioni'il for jury duly for taken to the 'homo. and, icier building nenr' KliiKHley': Tuo'idiiy.' 3,

I ? the refr tlon dlarllos. It wore loaded 1 out nnd shipped to I and' Hint tho greatest: need of I tin sprlne I term ore the following : J. J. Lamb. Condition of lake, mi Ihn1IdS/ nod (i 1\1. SlHIriink Mr Baker/ has bought prodm non

Is call the ,mluol'Y tuveMllgotlon the contractor furnishing the new Bradford: [ r county I Is. more funds to \\'. JO:.. 1'crklns M. O. Harrell T. Ilion, although Improved rffrM'1 Sland.ird oil repr+HontallVfihere. the Slurkti. market for, years,

of the '1II1..slol1. has been machines. nnblo[' "' !It to employ\; touchers hotter II. PlnhnlHtor. Arthur KlKdun: day, was such that they IH liiHtallhiK Hie\ tankH cull and l l wllh tho I advent of hard nl 1 r-

the most e tlve ever ottelllp- Timllfled to tench. Sampson (,Ity. I Charlie SLrl"klllllll.'ulter Sllcox, In position ID. rvHiimi their jour pumpH IhlH week Mr. Wall In faced 1 roads, between Klarke mid I

I tea by It. MOW; \ltltl\\I.S ono' of. I the districts supporting ai, S.V.. Ilrnwn Frank L,. Turner K. ney. Following n change" for flu, ,!, addition', to HiipplvliiK,. : the. nerds" i of Jacksonville. uses. .Irnc'lis 'lo placo

The "ship, WIII maintain their Mr. und Mr. C. C. Gllsson n Ix months term. tvlll add nn ad- It. MiKlnnoy 1. L (lo.k In'4. JohnS worso In tilt, condition of thn drlver inotorlHtH, will arry a slack ofKroicrloH his purclmHOH In this city Ho I ,

I altorn"YH I. mid.. that the roIrigelntlon daughter Apr. 21. ; t illtlonnl! two months oath year be- [ Andrews. Lester Kite \. L. of the cur he wan taken to for Hiipplylng' tho mi tumor claims the. .11.1111.11"11 of !getting

I should bo redu.I : 'I winning: : with the fall term I Loadholtz. lOdKur. M. ThoinuH Leo- .I Wednesday I In t I lie.Joint. I.1.lI'kH"vllh' rcHldeiitx at the lake. HID highest: prlco, paid, for Starkn ,IXt
la1'I, -- ----- ... I'II lv i,1), rrlI'NWhl'11' few .
I ell. bused I, the I'nmmIRMlolI'S ". nanl! V. ;Moore. Truman! ThoinaH OM'fton, iimliulanio. u HUIIHOII-I
I l Mr und Mrs.: C. 8. Kelly a''I.STRING ()f' I'LSiI i I .1..1.[ Ilullen, II It. \Hrown./ II. 8.Wuiflen ---- ------ I'liiiil Clly J-'i'\v golf coitrHoniitenipl.ileil ago InHold 1 u rutii. of herrloH' ilin- r

i I "III I : S ) lt.V.. Moeley. SylvstorIVovatt. far i oiiiiriii'tlon' Iwo lug: I Iho Christmas holidays/ for"
I nu Im e daughter, Apr. 26.I TOTALS 10S LliS.K STATE ASKED TO .I1'LlIB
I :and' 'ine-hnlf inllen noutlioatit.
$61, or $2 'inart.
7 S. T. Thomas J. C.
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J. It. \V, A. Harvey .- ---- ---- '--'-'-'-- -
Keene: Royal, ----- ----- -
:. 1\1. .lohn-i was member of '
RED ;ROSS DRIVE I'I fishing. party Uils week br'ng-' Itaymond II. Rollins J. C.Hhollell. I New Home nf Slurkc Telc/i/inne Exchange
I ;,lilt hulk II string of :MS linns A. J. Starling;, I.. J. Smith, In n mensuie pres, nted to Ihes I'tv

Duvld I,. Sllcox, Knoch: crllIlH 0.! unto W"dnesdav by SI'lIl1lnl'.f..m"K
H'olchlnr" 10.1 pounds, I the results
''I/ RINGS IN $600.00:: if. a morning's: fishing: trip In thnneniiv's II, Slrli-klund.' Fred l A. Srott.:! K: K Stewait of "FornumHita.the / .
.; Htato! l'IIUdI"I.llrllll'lIt Is uakl'd l
.
Tool" Hootlon of the ..nnd II. (demons J. II. Purrlsh, I F
to take over anti maintain u.. apart
I I Dill iiiiintry. Another n.liermanlirlnglng Smith.Ft ,
Ilriidfonl 4'. Halsen Qnota forriooil / -- -- "' of Hlnto road It: the' new I ion
od ,
Wednesday that tIp drive would I I : In Hiring: weighing over ,
Sn< : Lnwtey SeniNllru hu continued until the goal was :In pounds Tuesday morning was i VK J'H1'HRANS' rate read extending' from Ynb-o

: I to (io\crn retained' and l roquoHts those who'',' I Iwlnh llollls/ Knight who In still nndeIded AVKS TOTAL 122 through: \Fernandlnu, In the. .MljnIn ". t 'y r

c I1."lInwln to subscribe to the relief "rIa I whether to take up (lulling I ,r 0"1111. ,
I" The road l was roconilv cnnipli t
) lilt nr wIres fro fund to turn It over to the following n r the study of law as a prof Hilon. !Ui-prr-xetithiK' .J. J- Ukkl.onl(1".1 of
board
t lIatl"nlll h".rlpr America' n, ( chairmen of committees: sBrooker and, the Florida Power & i Camp I'nlted Confederate Veter- hy the Nassau county t" levy( trt

f nell Cross, $600 a.. the quo urs. H. A. Weeks. l.fgt Corporation !Is In danger of aiH at OKI memorial Hervlreg held inmnilssloiiers twelve nt a mill's cost of long|r.xo and .r r sit'' .fir

tll this .co .vns to rlllMe for Hampton A. A. Durden. !Ie valuable 000. It Is
oslnic u rppre.pntatlve.V. Sunday afternoon at the club:
r f' r..lld of 9', .!'ter..rs along the Lnwtey J. It Moore. \' J. Hoot who added to his IniirU IIOUMO. were live of the oM, vtter- IS fort wide. It IH known hull IIM I stai-) VI'11
It "
road, number 13.: wis n- { '
mittees went to
.. Mississippi Starke, Corpenlng's or Mitchell's e BI a tlHherman Wednesday by j..lulls whose combined age totul- of tinili'purlmcnt 1''Gt
lo upcrlflratlons
work Imn' Iy and rnlpell a Drug Stores wringing In n tine string/ of bass. !| loll 422 yearn. Of the live Col. cording. Tho newitrelili/ I, i Iv

.k totlll lOr SVlth In the that worst Fyf' their assistance In making F i-'l-dilng, l Is good, these days In the i iuko W. T. Weeks of Starke, wan the a part, of tin road "xll'IIIIIf'K n-iith,
flood dlsll own secJ' '
1 It territory near here, nail more eldest, having reached l his ninetieth -
the drive Na::
successful Mrs. WalnwrlKht from Cedar I Key to Yulee, In /
Lion, with Ilk ot storm waters '
mid of our citizens are being of Ufa. The
presses her thanks to more milepost remaining coiinly via rtronsiin yet to t. lhouxanrla: nl'A ,.shied, 1 out of town "on busness! van
,. citizens : four Rev. L. W. Kick- ( ''.
contributing and .11.0
so generously Starke, Ilaldwln
home! 4 II nerd IIf evpry-day ,
nnd to those In charge of the i j -- liter .1. T. Jones, S. F. Morganand I nun.S'IWOL. I
e4viti' GA'S .
STA'TK _
DP' solicitation (committees Mrs II. A. T..XRUNS W. C. Korea. are in their I, __h_.. 'I
' Wllh out; I" g.( I" reach i'
Weeks, Messrs. < c-lelitluK. all Ilv" enjoying guild .TiUSTIs1S
Durden :Moore nndL TO $ J. 3,7GGThe
:, till. r 'nl M' rob n1'a or the sns >
A. Davis. health and active In their everyday -
\s; 11<-1111"11 I tens a e t I v. I y I duties ELECTED TUESItA ..q 1 r' d1'M 4
w'r' ,a, In ,lrr"I"t'nt towns ot fir Kraii Subscribes !!l."M: >.f !, state tr> ..:1 mrer has recolv'd .
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the luutY' .t to exceed that Shortly before press lime Thursday '' o' from the romptrol. I"'" olHro'' STA1'H FAJ.JIIUJA/J At. the. dNtilit HI. hoid election.
by .nd or the week afternoon additional suhst'ripl he sum of $95 1.766 80, representng ''
amnllllt held Tuesday. It. K: Knight A J. 'I 1'1 b,, ,hboard U\ thu .
FILL IS RRJKCTKI : a in limo 'ni-w'eiiplinne 'H' entiio u-iiitoi'y. tinpulis
Lnwt, rot total of $117 Lions to the Red Cross paid In :'; f the Htato's collections from
within a t' rA and telepraph.1 ; brought the total of the county. tl he .I rent gasoline tax during the Thomas and J. F. Klckllter the StarkeHchool worn.d.end ,' .. building: was, put Into husu lii'cli iilii for
the fill the governor; of up to $600. In addition to the 11171 I month, of :March. One-fourth of'' The bill providing for a hardxurta trusl- .crwioat 11.30: Moml.iy morning,, and 1"11111.1) I with <'abluHliuu -).
rained I 'ed road leading from Starketo district and ten mills wore i tini, hange-over' 'being madu wlthiii bin iiureliuiie, ot the telephone -
Mlssiseippl !!sell at his din. hy Lawt..y citizens and wlr- ted his amount Is divided equally (
cretloD. In Subscribed a to the Mississippi' governor o imongr the various counties the I Iemalnder the state prlHon/ farm wan reported levied. for school. purposes. i i. luiurfcroitca with nary 11,1. exi hangc suveial )ors ago

I total of S to Wednesday making total subscriptions. raised r going; to the stats road i I Iportment [ out unfavorably WedneHday Through------co-operation-- --fit the j jAmrli "'iliuo the completion' of the 'nowliulldlng :Mr IU liop, has < fJU'I.u.lly' added, .

night Bra vlth a late start In Ilradford county for the flood d.a ,[ by tho seoatu'H public roads I !. un Forcslcy association and i, l workmen huvo linen busily to thu serviiu. replacing tho old 1

reporteS 11 the committees sufferers amount to $717. The I Dade county led the state with... i and hlghwayH ommlltoe.. Senator. the State Forestry association n 'I f engaged In preparing, fur the equipment wiMi inudorn and has:

stili work'. put the drIve i most noteworthy subscription was :3,591.718 gallons, Liberty county'' I Knight Introduced the bill lust fund Is being raised In Florida to (iitting-ln of Ihe new switchboard built thu Imslno.Ms up until the I

over. The 11tpe workIng the made by Mr. P. J. Grau of Starko. u tOIl the smallest amount 11.965'''
Starke t. reported total who gave: three Liberty bonds and I gi:allon-i. In thin section Alachua i commltt"The bill provided campaign of ed ....,Uoo in forest ( hanifc-over' ( Monday.In your will not serve his territory

t eubMcrlptlo Wednesday of Interest amounting to $154.65c'i led with 452.IBS gallons, i tor the state surfacing the fire nrovontlou and reforestation<< addition/ to tho construction Th, new building, will be "qulll-|
I
: This subscription with others reported f ollowed, by Clay with 91.(US.: |present graded road to the farm -- :if the building shown above. Mr Veil with two swlti' '.libourds., cuyatilu / -

$316Mrs.: N. inwrlgbt chairman since Wednesday, b,lnga ,, J)Bradford 6!)..!40. naker. 62,703 I the: county furnishIng the grade Pensacola -S1 t00,000 bonds Issued I II. A Hi, hap owner of the ystnm.. I of caring for the" II''u di. of the

!, of tb ty chapter stat1 Starke'n total to $500 !lai nil 1'niou, 21,938 I and to make It a state road. for municipal Improvements. 'has. radically rebuilt his linns i urnpuny' for the next. five. years.rabfnrb .


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"""" cJotmr ...l1lfnglynd: she was II''this rusted on the top of the chest. I ready" spent what lie considered a WEEKLY SUNDAY SCIICOJ, !I.CSSON

order! \ hen. It was opened n hont of smull fortune In ,thin way and was
sinter stole upstair'
younKer 1 1 Inlature, bouquets of sweet pcaitv always) on I the lookout for new in
.. to perplexity and foreboding.
'l o sha had seen was beyond all ', "re revealed. On ,the Inside of i v<'lIlIuIIS. It was no doubt because DANGER OF SADDENTEMPTATION

'. It wnn. such an Inexplicable 111I' lid, there was a 'beautiful hand I of hlH falling In thin respect( that

thnt elm did not even dare to p.1 1 n ted curd docoratcd, with u'nilnliow ''an agent wus seen pounding on

By E.J.v..; : "," Ra I h thn scr-ict with tillly, far lens of swpc-t IIOHH and l hourIng the door of his shanty eurly one .

mention tho discovery to Con- I Iho following Invitation' : j windy, !March morning. Old Hal'
...... Put It kept Alice awake for The International filiform Sunday 1 School IA-HHOII for May Ii Th
ni;(; iin-:iti ; 'HU. \\' fii." it Hlmplv llnKhed upon It would give us more of pleasure I opened the door I Hie barest frtic'tlon -
least nn hour. after she went to Danger of Sudden Temptations. Text : .Marl; 11 : :.1:1. 3.. 60-711 l Lake
tin solution' of 'the Thau u store of golden treusmrn of Inch and .
J ..UII.w.. IIIIOfiKi:, %% liittfe | .... It ""IH an peered out llk .
""ot h..h,,,... ............... h"N ".. rlhh' piohlem'"llu : If your smiling fares wi> mny nee la near-sighted w"o".I'hut you 22: 111. 0::
.n"'..... ... h,,, .. ,.,. ,....".. innn* <'k up''" "ho ... P.llly did not heroine aware of nn\ "
At Imit'iuet we will npreud for want ? tin asked. And led Jesus to the blgb priest- and with him
they away
n.. liv n firm .>f *11I10'"cyii- Thin. development until the f' were
tho
"'I I IK..... ,... ,'....'..., .., ..'" i'If win'.I.y"> part. It wnn tho middle n' thpe." |! "Would you be mtert'Hteil. In assembled all the chief priests and the elders and the ecribea.

",,,,,,h. Hull. ho nlll In* fiitti? \fjt( nil when bo blundered Ii Tinio. A iir. 29 ; Pluio. club houllo.I And Peter followed him afar off, even into the palace of the high
front Ihi* |11> Mil* ttliliotil' flirknow Tli" cin |I' 'ncy n any safety appliances( for your,
Irilui. of lilw, (Itri-p Kroil IIlillilrni for her 10 rei.onslder tho Intending make I Hour, S p. m.U'o safe ? the man asked In his moHt'genial prlCKf and he tint with tba servants, and warmed himself at the fir*.

,All-, ..>*, ..,.h.C. iiniliiiii'i do. not ',n-iillre Hilly. null lh<* riropixltlunMio''' t for gnuollnu money. Cm, -- '' ; manner. And as Peter was beneath la the paloco. there cometh one of the

rni>mtlly. nf llulr '",II.'N illMrpfihlHti steeled hcrxolf. to sitting at tho desk and U. : believe It liu. not bi'fii mentioned ;i maids of the high priest:
unfll, Hie, nrrlnil, nf itiinnoni.'d. ", rill tho Spartan man was i.uclnir the II... before but Home time ago i{iI I Hal, 'In an tinunuiilly had h u 1111,1- And when ebe saw Peter warming himself she looked upon him,
.
If. ni'llC.r.. : 1-111,1. II, .. ,-llttlnepr. .- thin mOI'nlnwnR/ at the point offlamming
Bmlled him.
who. ."..... <.% i-r lli lrfntliiT'w nui\" and nt Mrs.. U. F. Clark had benches and said. And thou also wast with Jesus of Nazareth.
HiiMi*, lurit* tin* ItlirnrrInto "I had forfiotlcn, about Billy halted and opened his mouth built and placed In tin- dressing the door but reconsldcr- fut be denied. saying. I know-not neither understand I wbat tbousayest
.. of Hho| B.ild. ,' ,nnd l '' "
nit fillh -, iiiil I iiriM'ciilM In ii H'.Io'.y.' ttid replied, ('\\1 er -
pin .vcoitnin} ninl hl.<>iillfliiiiiiniluiiiH'lir > Minn rooms nt either Hide of tho stage. t And be went out Into the porch ; and the cock crew
"II Hllll exlsln' ,
.Inlii tht> Itrmik. "Th,-" show m- what make a notn of this" if. A droH or wns uNo placed In helrl'lI t TlilH, was all thnt was necessary.the And a maid saw blm again and begun to say to tbem that stood
i I tiimtit>lil.. Hi ilfc.i./ IIUN cue tiirIhO won Miiylng. "To notify the saloKmiin, HIIW his and
rnotn. 'fh"f'" <> ImpfovomenlHjnro opening by. This Is one of them
pI'tlHf.
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tIllle > (if I (III.UIIM'I> lltMlHilly \ Hut hercnflor, all orders
I liffiiiiNfllif" riliKtp III led It < .tme so suddenly I Huppll.-H. In of vory greatly itp-prci' later) by took II ; he WIIM soon Inside biiHllv And be denIed It again And a little after, th< y but stood by said

t<. ""rk.I....*. IM .Mill! nil till* rlrnrv nim,: font d It n" / bo ....'.IJn"'lat cxcenn Iho office ono dollar bofora | all of us.We ]''nt work on I Hie dour of thn safe.I :. again to Peter. Surely tbou art ono ot tbem; for thou art a Galilean
puirfill nt .VI
n r i nl riiluetU.n
in
1 I Hluiily' hlrn, ,'ir Mr, ,iln't the I ; Th.'roVIH Hometlilng Htrnngel and agreeth thereto
licritllNf. *luI I I.. in I I'mlliiif' { delivered to "''l
.Hindi.ll. .. ba<] hen pn-paiid/ r"1111., t / ; .. .." nodded an she put It hoard that "Tin1 noose familiar nljout Iho man. but llul Out be began to curse and to ewear, saying, 1 knov. not tbU man
>ilui> IIHW nl-.fi IH-I n III* Ject HIIIlender." ,
I nn'riim nt |ircti-ullim, 4 im.tnni.<. "Why-1.. .',, ," ho ,, ". Itnngti II hrh." Hues II'? having! misplaced. his glasses the of whom ye speak
from f-lf'|''liiic ttlfh" 'Ifiiiimjr'IreniUt r > .\ >thln# I can do for ?" ,, day befoie, I tried! In vain to dlsjtlnffiilHh And tho Lord turned and looked upon Peter. And Peter remembered
to rhow There's u you
I'll. 'I III* \IIN ilfim* ttytllfllfln you ,' Hedge, ho clis.il' Ills t..ulllrell'nll,1 soon forIgut the word of tbe Lord how be bad said unto him.: Before the
as ved I'erlinps It Is only coincidence
ftf l| lll-llllllf. < ,lMttllllir' ml.ntlnUfircil ,. woik you know. Hilly. I
lo .IIMIIIIIV tty llrilici. ConHtnnce/ ,' nt -hum.. hut 1 IJ: 1st n prevalent number ', / till! nhniit It In his delight, athu cock crew, thou shall deny mo thrive

oilrw Iriir'* iniiriiliift.jsovv new addition to his .safe This Ami Peter went out and wept bitterly..
didn't understand. Repeat, wherover ,Iho senior <'luss' )I.. conccrnod. -
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1 dii o\ \\iiu 'iin !sroid44T ..." Thero nro 1 1J: seniors In appliance/ ronslHted' of vessel con'laliilng -- '" -

WISH." nnkl the rillkncy innn coughed and tared at his 'the Astronomy class\ ; chapters: a Iai which was attached temptations that come most

,, ,1 J_ on I ho dnv nfli,.,r Now V.-ar" ('. at who ulnncod' m>, evidently an- 'In Iho Astronomy text, book ; 13 i: to the door of tho sufn In such a rplIE unexpectedly are those most
tho '
"(lint you uoulil' rci-onBliIi, 'r Inleimillion. seniors In the Illology/ class ; 13Keillors I way that when opened the Kan apt to bo overwhelming. It Is the

.of II!*. \\IIH iiddri rtslnff onittnni'crrociU. '" .-whnt nro you doing, Con In the Chenilxlry.
.-, who liml ,'n"Io,1 ih.- "ofllro" hu Minted. I lof the moU'Hler. At the end of
Astronomy" exam win ho on Fri most to guard against
for Iho |nin| ' throe hours tho
hud the
agent
Bine-it thi day. tho 1.1th of :Mnv and whool pnsContainer There are temptations tbat are
> cplioda of the courtvnrdtheio ore you doing?
lind hN'n no uno.'ih. b-t\\ecn .. will nlHO he out on thnt' .day. Prof.Neuell In place nnd ready for steady and powerful that tbe soul
'III.lInn| wnn dlscono'-itlnn'
them. Con 'lnnro hail la-n hnvlnnmcnU Hilly : ; has announced" Hint 13 ofIho duty. "I guess that'll! keep 'em Is constantly al'a with Man
/ Instinctively "
.<'nl to her, room a prori>rdlnn, C'J" I Hpnloru will pans nml. no far out." said 1 Hal by this lime noi can prepare himself for these can

to which II. Itcdtfo. Intcrpoiicd no ol> "'",'Idnl ?" ho .. the others ore Hitting on Ilia fence.There i,plC'tiHod 'Hint he could hardly Keep steel himself agalnut their attack
; repeated dully.
Jectlon. Itu wan In a mood to nnk"conrowlons are also 13 characters In Ktlll.\ But tba temptations that rush In
\V o.r II I "If. spelled. Constance
: ho wn I thankful for I tin- "What was tho last :Mr. the senior play. "You bft It will" replied 'the and butter down all resistance before

:, (loom of I Hie linck Halm.CnnHtnnco i '/"; '"' Ot course 1.1 Is n lin" ky numbor I iigenr/ "n II el now beforo I leave I man has time to debate deliberate

., f "lookotl nt him ..hnrplnnd >' ,,' smiled up nt tho cmclcncy man fl. A. \V. want to show you exactly how It are tbe most dangerous.SelfConfidence .

fluxhcd (mixed n ,ready pencil. ----- works so you will luivo no accidents.

"I huve roconBldci-oU." Hho Hnlilhoilly. ,I I"HI it moment Miss Hrooke," ha 01,H II M, Closo the mife door." ]Hil
"1 nhall not marry" \I "" ..,1. Then turning to Hilly: did us ho WON told.,! "Now open Peter was a man who always

The cltli-lcncy mnn's ptilxo pklppi-il' ,"1' nlHter has taken ur her socre- Old. Hal was a mlsor, having all It," suld
: a heat! but he preserved" nn cxti-ilor, ill,, wink, In a. most admlrabl*) I with the1 combination and stlf-conndeut: His
,thn loathsome ciualllloH of tho faml.lar u moment
calm : It. Muy I a..k.h"11 will urentes was for him a source of
I you as- mill then' h.lh... .
Htago: nnd moving picture) I snfo .doorupon.
,,,. jour eli .il.nhlp. ?" pride which sepaiuted him from
"Very goo '. bo nl1<1c1od. "I
pioum who bo \ UK 'he did HO u dense cloud'
miners almost
mien
( >'uii "icfi-r tu Mr Trcndwcll" li.< 'IU"l'JO'n.| .. brutal', not no- mny I' his fellows.
"To nn.\lioilv- vc-i' ''jliodyl"'' ; ,,- .- It Involved 1 1'Ol'll., bat for tho unv night "nihldng, / t Iholr hands, of gus flllt..1 t tho room ho wapugged Perhaps Peter wn< too surePerhaps

HIT 'lui < 'It UIIH turnpil, towanl, lilinoml .mi ib.it It suggested comparison., nnd smirking/ thrutiiUi wiveral !:!': !, ho wns blinded'!, roughing he had risen so far In his

hrr lingers were ru>inlnir HcMlv, I < t"< tary mny 'be. it vei'V, Important. 1 tliousnnil feet cif Him.\ ,In 'tho tlellgbt ''und thokliig be pi,oped his way In own opinion of bis stiength that

over tho liuolm on a Bin If. "". IVvHldonti of the Unit'd of niKlleneps who have never' the door und fi'll nil the ground, he felt hlinse.lt a little above hu

I : .' haVH neci etiirfes., who n.v reached the where niitslcle' : Ills si-linos were dulled.Ii !.
"Tliat IH uhnt I nhoiild, call uwholcmilo point> they manity.He .
'"' moro liniiortant thnn '
conplclr-nitlon" hit ivmarkod might wltnoNH gray hatred mother wus hllndod.!, and, Mnul hered. Helav was not like Paul who
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/ .. Ju
to l Iou uniinini'Tho< u-m" ,,101 alMi .h.' Iml'''' 1.ln', but the tltli ''a: guide her wnn
will wear nioitrnliii:. !If"w'v'r- ( l I.H SDMI"t hinir. Tlvii', is noihiiif!? without shedding n couple of genuine At ln.st his' vision, cleared himself' should becomo a cat>t- our own ability. lour sense of

Ifo pink pauard of hor HH HUM ho' nudd, IhodipffiIng \ .|.i| 01 il.Ktnllcd' ill/.ult, It. 'fleiiei. tears. Hal's 'type' needs nolescrlptlon enough/ for him to feel his way away safety we uro unepured. But

*'Ilowe\cr" Joins" Is .n person' lire, even If < yellow .skin hnlj 'bend'!, I Into I thu house, he opened the rlbe, C'lij: :iuii'dcil :Moment our security' 'la fall- and wo uiufctbo

Ho pautiud aK'iln. thlH titno to nhicrvo Is as colni."less' nnd Insipid. ns stilnt| eyes and ,thu only thing door, the gas had cleared somewliat Peter's very sense of superiority ready
m water' ( 10 rk l mlih" In no-
moro clom<;.v I tin* P<>|HO of hor, .,'. even If be IH laree. lie.-fv. nndi Lighter than their breeches, are and ha wus able to distinguish contributed to his' undoing 'In Looking tow Hills

well 1I..t head. Cunnl.ini'o" dfoppcil, '' a I ho string/ on their pursex. C'liurty objects In ,the room. There moment.Tbe .
:i ", ,',>I. with an Inlollcct of suit un unguarded Temptations wamd Dot supposed
I book on U."JIovtocr. tho floor nntl stooix-d. tu recover .. |l-Ol| >Olt lollH, workers may have gone to him wns the siife with the door open girl's address to him was possible weust| especially'

111'0,1'0llIce,1 nt 111" clerk' once for money and they may I but tho man. the agent was gone the least thing be had looked for: steel ourselves ngtat We can

that .In not" what I want .., but be did not address, hlmnolf liave gone twice, but they never I Hal wondered If he hud been overcome "And thou also wast with Jesus do It only by cutting fellowship

ed you to rcconuldvr the efficiency\ man. went tho third time; at the first with the KIIH. He stumbled of Nazareth." with others ail with God A

fine picked ur tho 'book nnd' faced \\\'hnlever Connie to tell Connie I that visit Old Hal would bellow "1I' I to The rushed wider
monn me, 0. lov..r the safe and consoling desire to deny oval'hllll understand: of the "Ills
him hep chocks nO"010. Ho alatiKhlng iiitj she nxi.1 lining nro working?" at the second ho would slam the himself with the fuct that his! la a flood Ills cochsureness that flesh In heir tcknusl be ours.
; at her Gh: kl1ehe: had "
tricked her! Yet hlH fiton wan 'linpojinlvo anil/ she was taking/ "" ''" .. door very emphatically In the vis money would 1 not be hurt by the melted before that temptation From the pit Chumanity to

and wholly devoid rf mirth. ? itor's face; and the third time--, I !gas, of that he wus certain ; he and be deniedThere which we labor wtcust lift up

In fact It wnn thoughtful ICvcn In Hldo of tho Tlbrary table, :':0; begun.Connie"" !" hut us we said before no one ever i ,thrust his hand Inside to caress are few of us like Paul our eyes to the hill\
concerting/ ..vision to -
her anicer; and confiiHlon ahe wondered evin went the third. time. However.It I the warm bills but his hand felt
clency man. There wna a lIIy found no connotation In the
uhat Impellou.4! neccHully com WUH reported on good, authority only the cold touch of the walls
In h-T cheeks that { { '' of his sister. They wero cold KOUI> TO HKINO OfT '
polled II. 1I"tllo to b" no consistently, with his' dealers cnnlzntlon.
that after the second vlnlt of of the safe. His The
Kniden./ Her Rray; eyesv.*" steady.. It wnn obloun that ahu a money was gone
Intolerable and Herene. Tendills of .. annoyed, at the Interruption. Salvation Army worker Hal was i The agent was gone! And Old, I THHKK: SI'WIOIIEIS; ; : details were not ruled.Hepurchuse .

"What I wnnlod you to reconsider about her earn In a unlquo 'VoI'e still on orders for sui>- seen sitting on his back door-step '|,Hal! knew that they had gone together. ot '. Long! Inland

," he explained. "WII your doclnlon llcJgo. decided, for ho ," nho reminded, II. Ili-dge. "M Industriously cleaning Ills rusty. / Ills knees became tooweuk New York Henry Ford, I 1M plant by tho Fonltor Company

not to onetime. tho. duties"of a mcniher hnvlnff/ observed! O"a., something moio, under that old tihot gun. to support his body and he about to bring out three new models .! from William C. ))4aiit wus Raid
In thl ihllMhmcnt. "
secretary e phonompnon before. Sho "?
"Oh!" nhi, ald frilnlly\ A lonesome life he must ha..eh'd. fell halfway to the floor his head, according to reports In Wall to bo the forerunf of Increased
assured way of using; her faced, about and hurried from Ford activities In '
and relatives struck the edge of tho t vicinity. The
safe
no friends no i sharp Street. Hankers familiar with the
tricked. her! She tiHtonhdicd l him.
Tea he had was They were room. He panned, ill1 hnl! nnd '
plant former
rosinsat hcrnclf for havlns fallen capable of filing pnpcn an a di-ep-bienth." The Hrooka that IH with tho exception of one anil he rolled over on the floor. automotive industry. hear Mr was used for usHt'inliliiiK -

Into tho nniiro. Yet how wan Blio to of punchlnif' a lenlhor I bag wail disgraced' son whom Old 1 Hal' had not seen And tlio agent? AH he wulkedaway i Ford soon will announce n new Ford curuit wun abandoned

know thnt ho did not Intern to refer to which they ware "> did Hot idd to I Ihc pencil of since he had driven him away from Hal's with the money four-ryllndor model, Hoinewhutalong when the earny, N. J.,

to tho downfnll of Tommy Treadwcll? well manicured/ '.. mind, to dl"cii\er what ho from homo eleven years before. in an Innocent looking/ suit CUHOwns the general lines of the pres f.u tory was (erect

Her own mind, hnd hi-ld no other Never a *'ord nnimod ('( -that, bv win.Ulna. Con Hal had never loved hili son. In startled 1 to 'hour a small I I "'lIt1Iotll'l., to sell around $.lno.1 --. .. -- -

thought for the past twentyfourhoura. Trendwoll Th. new "" had l rn.ilned h.-r daily allow- fact he hated him ho wits rather child in the road ('ry.&aml': The same sources understand thnt "The forents omierlcu" however

The whole bualnei.., of trylnK apparently furKotten tho Ills own wan suspi-inKd, pend. a good-for-nothing/ of boy and m 11\ma, come here quick Here u six-cylinder model to Hell Blighted by .n, must have
to encape from Heifdum. had humiliated the' 'Inteime alwoiptlon nf thnt' 1111.h..n. he t >...,1101.| ,1', ,.i;.- hiien
a great dell to
her. "'ho11.. even angry" Alice mtido tho 'inltlnl iissumo his clerical dutlen Thus wns always nagging/ Hal for comes a innn what wucldles Just around .775, is planned while God for

at Tommy. Pcihnpti h>t had dono hlx the very first" .....y. Hho two Brooke Hiritern' weio imnln In money. There, wns nothing/ elno I 1 like n goose --.K. !M.nrudentoii the Kdsel Kltibt. now mild to be they were the buie ever plant

beat-but why bniln't he done bettor, "* from school cully, ami, even I Ihouult of limit'd size, remarkable about tho boy except> under ronstrm'II"n. will sell for ,..t. John :lliilr.BOROZNE.

He was bigger", than IK Ilcilite., he at tho library ni Him passed their other ,leinalnod peiinl his walk ; nn Injury while HI' 111 n I voters have npprovcd around l $1,150.These I -- --- -
looked stronger. Why didn't hewin Iho hall was rooted 'In her .. child. had' caused. him to limp In
the sale\ of the municipal gus plant models, with the IlI'e""tf'ord
? Perhaps efficiency really meant tl-e spectacle of Corstnnce nnil, Alice hesitated to speak 1v..ry singular manner which resembled '
to Cedar Rapids. company.Vher- and 1.11Icollllllll'lI. would glv
'something nftor all. nt n nie-rnso with her ,
wan In the mind' of each, but nn
Yet, as she stood confuiicd and exasperaeil pnpern. Tho etllclrncy ,,,,, day tlin tacitly maintained. wall nothing so much as c\er a city can sell u gas plant. Ford dealers a car In every price Is NOT: liniment

the turmoil of her mind her, elbow and was ( resetve broke down, nnd, they un old goose wnbiiUng! rapidly home or an electric plant at a reasonable class, which, the trade asserts, 'Is UthvncWBiitklo everyone

suddenly' resolved Itnclf Into cnl in. nbout, ..omelhln>t. Alice ,'
In that Instant a Krcat Idea was hear Iho word.*. was of the tomnuHRim.' per. This wabble was a source of to other municipal 'Improvements General Motors Corporation. j. -:- &.I....... .....

born. Constance wn> utterly uninzinl mo, almost cmx/ "i. ., constant Irritation to Old Hal for I they are selling the plants In Henry Ford so bunkers hear, d

at the discovery. Tho l Ide.i wan notli- dtnnco that chlolly amazed ;" <'11 : It prevented the boy from getting
\ tpTi.it: tomeit-nty anIn Florida nnd In other states. plans to I Inaugurate a new policy
Ins that she had groped or striven Whatever Connie was ". ..,n.'. u Job in the village and, earning I ('Orl.n'nl108' .....

his own living. At lust the miner'
thin day of publicity about
I watt able to stand his son no

only way to attract attention longer and In u nt of temper at THE GREAT AMERICAN HOMEPA
BRADFORD to keep your name out of the ]
being asked by him for an unusually

pen. ot had
large amount money
.
e e
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL thrown him bodily out of the
If thommlors would save all the
house and exclaimed. "Get out ol
received by them dur
I EUCJENK:- MATTHEWS nilACB here and stay out don't you ever
the few weeks from col
KilltorlnChlefW1LIUIH Ansoclata : past
I come back I don't want to see
/( and universities all over the
MAUSIII1UHNthlotlo VIltdlNIA hide nor hair ot you you and thai
I E States I hl'y'ollid have "
"\ ICilltor Publicity < d -cl gooso wabble. Hut how
) of rending material for tho
many times In the ten yonrs that
months.
Tin:
tho last three Innings .. son wus buck for the old miner
-- Just a. few more vital statistics
At liml I tlii> niiim-. >f I the HI'nlnr I| oil, with only eight wun. getting/ feeble now. and bin
\ at random. : If all the
piny, has, IIIMMI miidtt known 'to tlmpulillc. Itrudford" line-up. \\' / eyesight wns I dim. At bests tltnenho
"' at H. II. S. were placed In
It Is tin'' well known drama ailvantaKO, / this .\ ,' would console himself with hl.
( ; line they wouldn't stay
"Th (looHi> ll.iiiKH HlKh." Wo nix> of their nine runs 1 money and here wan where Old

h"Kan< }"III'II.." on It :Monday, and 11.lily throiiKh' strong way'. 10111( Hal differed from the traditional

UK our time In "he>l'1 will 11Il\'" forts that ll" idford l I --"- -- i miser. he did not keep his money

to di> Homo hard work durliiK then IU\me.-K. Me
xl three woi-kM. Wi. arc moro :i buck yard no Indeed, he might(
It Is a striiiigo hut true fact ,that
lnti>rciiti>d In tins pluy than 1'Tt': deprive himself of a comfortable

any prcvlnus niit, an we li'el I erstwhile straight-haired place to sit. or u handsome, bed
.. hiiro, come to school with
that It IK our most ambitious I As the old to lie on. but his nH"'l'y--1t had
Buying goes
,
waved! and itirly hair.
'-ry".1.( nnd know that wi> i u n Ihll'" are busier." than observation. n palatial resting place a shlnj
our bounty
I make it u HticrcMH with >imr coitpirallon. In a cheose fiutory." par now safe modern In every respectwas
must have been doing rush-
Tlu>ro aro to ho I thlrt a where It reposed<1. nnd Hal's

t>- nit-nihers. In tho cnHt. whlih If then In any business.. lately! -- even the I one hobby wai his passion' for all
.
not immuno.llclp
will Imlndn\ all 0'ir old Htarx. and I work and no play mlLk, aro kinds of patented ,devices which'

n. r rw new ones. Tho play ha* dull buy." should might( be attached to the safe and
wo have been
help
they giv
UH| .<" he,tn HiicceHrtfully Hcrttoneil.liml imktt It more see uro axalnst the
'brightest bunch of ,
/ 'n I
Si hick tests 8dl1 'k'
a,* a novel WUH a "host Hidler"H I Tnlted States. (pronounced us" almost today.like sheik< I attacks of burglars. He hail nl-

*> .MIII may knnw what to nxpoit.Thi I .
the object 1 H to how
see many
< play IH icood:! Tho cant 'IsK
I The Honlor play us) are sheiks. ; Renew Your Health
",od And, WII want a good crowd!
llangH lllxh"/ has taimod I
W.itilt tills PUKO for miiro Inltrnlliiit I
Information' roRurdlnK: thopmduitlon \ iiblo dlsciiHHlon among The editor !gave a big dinner for By Purification I

of "Tho ioono llanimUlKh iors in to who would clans mutes lust Friday night

". -V. W. part ot tho gooso.i they ate so much that every- Any physician will tell you that

\i of them luid stomache ache "Perfect Purification of tho Sys-

n. ir sTinillrmlford I: 1'\1': ", \\\1.110 i Tho senior's Il1vlt.1' < \ next day. 1 tern is Nature's Foundation: of

! 1 rived, now for the | Perfect Health." Why not rid\'!

III won It* third ''will have Its Hood 1 The Juniors presented. their In- I yourself of chronic ailments that

KtralKht xamn of the season Monday different character to the seniors to the Jun I are undermining; your vitnJiI)" :

afternoon Apr. 2B, by defeatltiK Mississippi, but -.... bll"'lu"teln' a very novel Purify your entire ystem by taking W LL
tho well-Huasoned Wtildc. rlblo.I1 a thorough course of Calotabs
pretty way Tuesday morning.
diamond .. -once or twice a week for several PFPE.RCLE.FNN
III nine on their by 0 i small cedar chest was placed on
weeks ami, seo how JCntura reward
more of 11 to n. Thu Kimie wai Play practices, ; ; teacher's desk In the senior with health.Calotahs \

.practically wuu by llrudford. 111 Ir i readings; parties; ", ; A bouquet ot sweet peas you nr" the frrcatest of nil -nnE..

the llrst InuluK with a seven rut'i'commencement ; with pink ribbon was fasten system. purifier,*. Ctet a family e

rally. In the sixth Inning Kltch.1''survive the next few to 'the corner of a card saying package with full dlrt'<'tlonll. On-

playing first basu for llradforcA V: look kind of doubtful ... to the Seniors." All 'v 53 cU. at drulr>ltores. (AJv ).












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21). 11127. uIt.tDFORD CO''TY TELb.GR1PE. STRKR, Fi.ORin.t PAGE THREE" s

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.- .. ... .... ........ ...... ..... .. ... .. mended at a state meeting heldat I time's. and was recentb reuiptnred I. o....................... rence. Virginia Jane Miller Jennnelte make their home here from nowon. :

Gainesville' for the purpose of In Louisiana.( | I.nwrenco Messrs. William t

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph ascertaining the standing of pupil : Keystone Heights; Lawrence and Carl Cooper. Mrs. Guests registered at Keystone \ 1

In reading, were mudi In both5nutpr,4iensi.n 'I J ;. Ill''! Wheels\ ,last >,il) "mii\' 'III11111,1.1) .. >11.| II.IOuelrli.. ('ur. Smith, who has become known In Inn during the week beginning .

i and sp'rdSt.'uguslllltiletuhrra :-; : In a I'hll/lll"' of "1\1- .. o.................... this. pint of the state as a leader Apr 18 are II. Pnulhal. Palm

nieiie IliaH inoetlr. tu bring. the .in musical" I circles, recelveil. ninny Ilniicli.: Mr and Mrs \V..1. (Hoot "'

; nf the (I'-J! Dt'Is,n, rustle .11. I.t, + .1 11 HUM ntn Hi-v K: I 1)). I"r, Ks-stone fine Unites for her iirolUlenevus IMlatkn ; Fred Slept ii. WlnlhropItuniroft.

Live State News I Burden club of St. Augustine ale i thin !Miami! All ollle lul Imlln-, 11t.Ijhl.; 1''IIII'lh'i Mniidav.. .\pr. u 'IIt'hoL' of piano Sophia llurbln Mrs L.h .

''u, ;.ir.i' |by I their recent visit to thin will be sent the chairman!! i nr .'!1111'11'1', Hpendlng' four ilavs' at About 25 ears brought members. lleelc-r. Puliilkn; Mrs I II. I''k'L"'' '"
> \\hili theie Ui-\
.i\lon.i Mowrvuti'iidcd
I the garden: show ill k-nnvillc, the u,il.:"'lull i iiminiKiv: tind i I'atnhi i nf. the I'IIIIUlIllJlhll Kpslhin: fraternity run Pnlntkn.; Miss I'anxv I'h|< I'\.n.

and declare. that they will work ''I .'r of i.unmeree nlll, l.-ils: 1..1..11' .-- HitSt I .loliiiM Itlver "'"11I nnd their friends fiominliiesUlle 1'nl'itkn Miss Mary KimnilLake, ,

(fur a IIH.al showing of Mowus next g";''.1 1; d an 1I1\1I.LII.. (I.. cull mm-, I I emof" Mi-thocllst, 1'II'olml'hll..S. : (; to Kevstone Heights. tnaiioml tiim-va; Mr 1 and Mrs, FlankV Ht

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES with the various clri .' north. of Florida' Carpenter, Tampa ; llnsli. nllrl,,".
yea !garden I'lllt'' Minn and e'omniltteewomiiii l t ntt u picnic on I Frld.iy. Apr)
I les hacking the St. : Mr. anti Mrs Kelgler: and daiiKhteis. (!ulni>sN.Ille- .luck! lloxle. (lulnesllli -
project. Augustine !' t\\\\\\; iifiiiocrntlc' party. The mass | 22::.
has three well-functioning miieting pledged $2r>0,000 townnls :Mary and, Itnlli, left Keystone > -; 7. II. HKiiHlim( + (J lulnesvilhMany + I -.
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---- -- -- ---- ( HelKhts. Friday. .\pr) 22:!, for Members of Hie young linlfes', II
elides ---- a --
garden and It
,
Is believedthat the )project and authorized, chamber -
TViisiirolaThe Los AIlIt(>lell. and announcing that this Is A "de with all co-operating n very of commerce olllclnln> to pledge their home In IllinoisMr. 1 Inss' of the Keystone. Heights Sun- titles I in Florida, hav ,
T. W. Me-Mlllnn, bin mother.u till)' sehool' enjo 7 )'c>d 1 n plciilr! supper ( '
modern]( n1r' "hlp. today's') largest, finite policy for public protec creditable showing could bo made. "whatever additional amount the public markets, more of t them aro

dirigible tied tip hero Sunday to tion." democratic committee desire n>1 son. ileiin.. and Donald) Lawnmo nl the home of Mrs. S,, A. C'ontempliitllig: public nun'kets and
.
the tender Patoka. anchored off Tallahassee ." may I of Ke) stoiie Heights slnrte-d Cooper on Friday Apr 22 in time there will lie Ulllnh I ipml I t c
-Figures from the
the nnvnl air station near the Pen'y---A new rancly manufacturing latest call of the north In Mr .MllUm's cnr onf.itiiielay. Those present wore: :Mrn ICI- market houses all over the slat. 1 n

month of IVnmirola linyDifiinlnk business Is being Installed, 1 state banking department I Ap". ::'tMr I. In lllul. Mrs li.hti HI i-il. Mrs. This IH one way In which the piclucer '''- Urfa

In Perry by )Mrs J, I.. Mar key. made' for tho close of Miami(-llandllH blew up the and Mrs: I"". S Hahbllt and ('hlll'Io.s,1, II1)11 n. !Mrs" KlvsellHolilnson. : mid Hie consumer/ can II'L, '
business Mur 23. ruveak-il the safe of High ('ominli il.iughler, Allene,, left '
.
She tins been experimenting with Ki-ysliim- Mrs !Shirley Iliilmos. together for tin mutual benefit IIf
Springx.1 rrlppledRi,9 ) fact that state banks and trust. of Ihi I in Ini I early thin moinlng, louted .
the making of candy and tin demand I 1'ights Siindm Apr. :21! I. Mrs and. the MlNsi-x. Klin KoliliisnnAnnnbello hot, h. Too ninny crops are nuirhiifiil -
ti-siin-d' 'her two small sisters
companies of 10'101'1.1are ,
) In a 1 Its contents and 1 c-uupe-d afti-i' I
when (Ire destroyed the farm resl- of the local I market and linhhltl will spend this suinnierwith Kolilnson. ..liniiiiiltiLawrime in the I mortis while the hn al
healthy condition according toComptroller llnrivlingers '
tiring on a puny Including
finds that conditions are such as her 1'111'111" at her" lormcrhnnie Until I.nw'renat innrke-ls are burn of I'ICrlcllrl'lIlt..
deuce of .L Imex Laird I In the Ihpart
nni 1I'lie...Imoll.. The i of Miami, an iivlulnr, uc'- 1"1"1'-1
III Krle, Pa 1\1 llabblt Is ,
of tin The to wnirnnt opening n business' of r. iiu.Smith Clnrn HnsHiinl nnd vi-Koliililiis, poultry etc.
county recently combined resources of the Institutions \ cording/ wlreleixs
: n message ii'- ,
: beginning Ills summer work ussiipeilntenclinl ,l'iiiHMliiCllnbelh" : .
tills kind here nt the present' CaiiKliiv.n' ._ .
parents uere away from !home nt amount to $:1.931.1/ti.:9.! ; :: >. leixed hero from ItogerH! The. -- -
.
of Hie '
Iti-ilpnth 11..11.1 I'Kileu and lleileii )
the time llgclnn I'loililn I"'III'IH'H on the Hunt: and
The percentage- actual cash to const gun l's I base at Fort Lnudri-
Pea <'nlll Safii)' "mm 1"1'tuns.! the total 1 ChaiitaiHiua nl Fltisge-rulil, ,111. Mr and Mm \\iibntli mill, Mrs "'ei| Coasts' lire Inking/ on nnwIlli
deposits was :2.1.: .9! further d lie was notified lmme>dlntbly h) nn,1111 retnin henIn. .
'rulinhuhssr. 111111 hOH"ep'H see- put on by the vii..inus lalliniids.are disclosing: the geneiul: stability .employees of llogets and two picket \( and Mis C. ltuy I.IIW"I'III"AugustI Mmiintt spenl 'tinil.i.v In .lu'ksonvllte ." fee" Hienelveiit of Hie snmmorii

>>nd. annual (lower show, held l having/: their effect t. and have prevailing In the banking biislUISB bouts were sent to watch fur, I daughter: Hiilli, anil Harold. Apr, 2il "MII-IIS| | | who lire gelling ready( li> x

Wednesday under auspices. of the mnlpI'lally'clurool net Idcnts and I the comptroller declared the robbers. The sciiu-h was I I and Howard J lilt here suns, Mumhiv. 'I''ii, lliuiiMaii.liiniig.I blai-k" bass "''?1111 the, Miiinnier\ months nt Iho

Woman's iluli sooieil, another triumph fatalities nccordlnii to II. \\'. Hud- S abandoned this nfternoou. IIOA- < + VM-II- 1..1\.1, | | b> the Lnwre-iiiii I Ili.veluphlg "CI"I'IIII his' III-M nvalhibli- I HID s
AprT! for 'nlllll'lIl1lvllh.. I I'll. Mrl.awreni'e .
( >
and proved n worthy undertaking gen: of the St I.ouls-Sau Franclsco II"Lolld-\\'omt'1I attorneys of (ever bemuse. olliiers said. tin will be employed : Cumpunv) upon\ applli Allude' ,nil I t.ulf: .. Ciinsls Florid.t

of HID dub's conservation Hallway hero cm an ollldal I crime eommltled British \ us linn to tin stale. lisp hosts hery r dkapvrt< ti. flock to Florid:
was on
Florida have been
extended 1 nn invitation i hlc-f Inspei\ ,'lor ol ,roail. loiistiiulion -
department visit UP piedhts that eventuallyall by Mrs. Hose .soil and they doubted their anthorlty TluHillsh were used III eslitrklng I h.'in'hi"s 1 this si-uson as never be-
Falls
Ilres for I the stale hlahiss ib-piiit
states would, have motorists | sty l.nUitleiuvii({ fiin, and all the result citli-s art
New York woman lawyer to attend to make an Trent. i mi-lit of |'I'IIIHiMinla| 'I'hey will
))11)101111( Hi 111'11Thp He"< ond annual stop at railroad crossings.Pensiicola iii-iarliu| lor big: ,Crowds,
the National Association of I ii-tuin In I the fall ( liie- hundred'' I ID tiionllm,, old
In this In to
Hoys'eek city
Women Lawyers, to be held in C1n sir w n ter- T hit passing of oiuii 1 i i Mr \\'. II I. Otfili! returned to while Ic-Khorn( pullets of I Iho linn -
be held May 9 to 11 under direction -A group of Pensu-
Buffalo in July at the same time of this city's old! landmarks, + recently 'his home In Ki>)'stc>ne Heights tills lisli Tiuii'iinl I varlet. and :'tiMi
of it committee from nil nodal cola 1 business men together with
the American liar association con- presented a )picturesque. scene" I I veek after having: spi-nt the whiter white Ii-Khorn! nnd llhode .Island TulchinqPILES
,
organizational and, civic dubs of Major Jlavllss, are. endeavoring to '
: vention takes pla.'o.In.! Dress which drew hundreds) of )persons'' at Miami Iteadi. 1'la I I'I Iced, ihhks,' have he-en leeilriillatelv
Pavtonn Brach, lepresentntlvesnf have one of the largest/ textile factories '
was here In connection with last view of the old Miss h Mrs
at- to gain a public iertrudi- 1C llousei. who ) \Vllllam Iliilier., of
I these hodleH decided l at a Joint of the north now seeking n 'I
tempts to save the life of Charles clock nt the foot of Cleveland Is teaching in 11"0'1 I 'n Cove Sprlngx t ", l1'yustntllII'igill. N. as I Hieliegin
,' meeting suitable. location In the south to
Browne, recently hanged for tho street, The dock was burned by i motored" to Kostom(* llc-lKlils on nlng/ of a new biiHlm-ss piojucthiii "
come to this city Prospects are '
murder of Howard Usher taxi Iho city fire department, tho liar Satnul.iy" Apr 2:1: In, visit bet pnrii -. Mr. linkers 'poullrv fminpiomises
{lu Oca la-- TallahaHxce wan chosen more than even for the concernlocating ,
driver. her of which It was constructed' 'j jbeing >nts. Mr and Itlrs 1. II. llmise-r tn 'hecome one of thn Re-
; a* the city for the seventh annual here, the business, 1"IIII..rHhl'lIove. PAZO OINTMENT Instantly
S considered too old and rotten | Mis I'1.: I'. Cniigbi-v.! Miss KII/.U-: must Inteii-sHng. and plnaporunsi| PILES and P
conference In lf 23 of the \\ "mPII' I llcweii ITCHING you
MlHBlomiry Society Methodist r a)'tonn, Itc'ork--1!sake for the to bo worth taking lip. Thedexk I beth ('ulIh! ,')'. 111..rut V II: 11'Inu us. biislnc-Ms. vi-nlun-s In K<-\
most part deal with and house nt one time contain :Mrs C. MVlnnian nnd, Miss AlfhoiiKh I Ih. hi-Kliinliig: '
Episcopal: Church South. Fourcities I'.alnesvllleImpetus to the development money first application.'
j flnnnclaal matters only, but ing a soda shop dance hall and, llolon Ogdeii: motiiriMl. In .lai'ksonvillc Is n modest I one'. mote hrmtdefHami h
had Invited the sessions. FtMyerB of nlllIpHVIIlVIIH! given : one All druggists are authorized lo ,
bank here has found, It "l'ol1ll1hlo. m..IIIIKll1re) of the Cloarwnter | We-dtie-silav siH-ndlng' : I the chi) i larger+ ( inns will he built
and with announcement of the OINTMENT
Lakeland, Live Oak here n"l refund money If PAZO -
Yacht Club torn down, sevi-rnl limn III'1. ,
At least from the standpoint of was Hhopplng" : ) pieseMit I of
organization of the Parrlsh-Wllson : fulls to Cure any cane
Tampn :
weeks to permit accpsslbllit, ) i !Mrs 10 A. Sinllh" teacher, of hens I than 70 ,
Realty Company with $100,000 attracting: pussershy to display) a ago ( live-rage niorii egos irClllNU.. BLIND BLEEDING C

Pensni-ola The I'nlted Statessteamship capital stock. the new concern to rattlesnake 17 feet long:, said to be to tho new million clolbir cause1" 1 11""u. (prese-nlcd her \pupils\ nl ai per' dnMi' and" :Mrs linker or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures

Allegheny attached tot i controlling: stock of Kentucky the )arg'st01'i seen In Florida wnv now iniiliT i oust rlld t Ion from i I miislcale' Wc-clnesil.iy, c-veiilng. AprI'll. \ spent{ lax! sit us''ms', III KevslnnnHelKhls ordinary cases In 6 clays the '

down The rattler was killed ''I the foot of Cle\elind sre-el| toClenrwiiter Those( who look pint' In t II..i hut we-ie III Tainp.t 'slur In 14 days. Glk:.
the Imul air station, left Sunday Development Company and to continue recently worst cases J M
1"'lLe'h. 110"\1'| | I were, : Misses. llnili I lug Hie I winter 'I Inlenil
near Taullahussee In addition toshlpeliduus thuj jpiograni! : They In
'. heavily liulen with provisions, 10t' the Improvement of Highland I Luu'- tlc, '
Its length, the snake dock, was left temporarily\ as a _. ._ -'-
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be iHMiied to flood refuges In the Heights.; I
S according to I the captor, boasted of runway for rnntrnrlorll'. trucks II
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It announced
vicinity of Vicksburg was
Now the Inis readied, tin I
I the following dimensions project ]
Saturday The Alleghenywill l'eiisneolu'flue hoard of directors : : Head I
four Inches wide l back 11 Incheswide pining! / stage and I the dock, had to
report at Vlcksburg.Miami I of the chamber of commercehas I
t' removed. to allow filling for tliu'causeway '
gone on record 1 as strongly :3o(! rnttli's.
1LI'"rl1I1I'h. In prepnintlon ,
--A nervous and hatless. In favor of efforts to aid farming: W

bandit driving a email closed and farmers In this district Their Avon l'ul'k -- Celebration a of for paving: i
.
''t automobile held up EnmnuelDiet action followed a special commit American forest. week Apr.' 21 to '

/ recently and escaped with a tee's report recommending( cooperation ::11)uus) promoted I by the ('nilrdSt J Inc'k so m il l e .1a flies Chesseranil ,

ustes of I I.. .1hnsser' brothers of Underline each wordNatural i
t |payroll of $ S5fi, which' Uletz wan with Klwnnls club In establishing department agriculture I I

currying to the olllco of u clothing: : u maiketlng: bureau and has been airnngi-d: to ho 11I'1e11\1'0. Unfits Chesser. ri'ienth, ileilmI'liliel ft 1 O

HI ore. In .establishing a creamery. In I hecity. participated I In by schools l at Uuiforel", for murder' together I

i'him'lien. Hoy Scout and vailuns : with ClaiiehMoodv, and A

ClenrwateiA! woman whose oilier insinuations.. An extensiveprogram I/l. Moodv, all Ilvlugn' / ('lav'' iiinn-

name wan not disclosed In I inIIIOVIIIR lI.lI'low The question of whether In class rooms and by ty found to their sorrows RIIII
I nt n local hospital. following i a man afoot Is entitled lo half groups linn been arranged for the I it I hat I they could, nut violate biws In taste- for l

blood transfusion.\ made possl- of the highway.: RII are. automobiles dty hools by H. T. Fulrey, mipcrlntendent. '- JDuviil c'oiinty and esi'iipe ur..1 t hvspeeiling '

hie when eight persons volunteered > came up here when a man Ministers of Iho111'- / in,'roHM HIM r"uILItnn\ Into each word i' '

to give their blood to nave her unused Johnson was struck bv n ious i e.hlll..hl' have arranged: to Clay county' i-orellnif' t to Hc-x means a lot to :0:)

lilt car driven by c. O.! Collins. The Inaugurate 'the obseivanco In thechilldies V Sii'erL. I chic( 11'1I111t1111I"1'" of ,:

latter declared') that Johnson was Sit uday. lluvnl); county; nnd ..1V. | iiiintrnlllr -\ Chesterfield .. .'

i Hirer, who aiie-tnl the a smoker 's
Lakeland Another" propositionfor zlllznlllIllIlt: : dyer" the I rnud IIl1cl e _' j

purchuhc of I lira dty light and '1.lohll"on. nt n hospital with n gash/: TiillnhaHHie.lames" !Hudson fun i tiic-n Dulii'V wax pnliollliig -.. ,

: -water I plant which proposition. has In his head l. stated. that he was negro .seivlntt a three-year nentemo the OrangePink: mad Sun..lay aft I

1 Iw"nIIlIcI... tlinn and ail time again only occupying his rightful' share'; from lOscamhlu county for ernncin whe-n he spotti-il' the finn [

jj for eight years IHIB coma this of the I'ollll-hilif of II. breaking anil entering':, was HOI'I- men betwi-en. Camp' JoliiiHlon' and,
? Oriingu" Pink 'I'IIH. men drove. lowurils -
firm II ously wounded
,' time from nil Oklahoma I hv a guard at a
) was rejected. as usual I Tnlluhiissee Heading. : t eat s, road camp, near Medart after the \OraiiKiPark with theof-
(I
S seeking to raise the standard In negro IH said to have attemptedto flier In pursuit hilt ciowded, the J

Tuinpn The IHIlsborough a number of Florida)< schools, have shoot the guard with n revolver road nod, would nut allow thin ofI i

(' "11I1)' .Medical society has adopted i hern administered to upwards of be had taken trout a road foreman I llc-i-r to |iass. 1I00\C'Y"III<1. linmeilllatoly -

a reRoliitlnn dei'luring its willingness 75,000 pupils during the cm'rent cording( to a report of theHtato I upon eiosslng: the county (..'' 'pt3 r4' f I f

to "assist. in routing from scholastic' teim, H. ,01. Evans l state prison bureau. Hudson IH I I I line. .1IInl eN Chi-sser., snlil t to bei i'k f / I 'e

the city and state nil manner of 'supervisor of elementary schools I "regarded, hv prison ofl vials as dangerous i tindriver of Iho niiloniiihibi" earrvlnu ( \ i\ "
| I the iiuarte iiinnlo n hull \'A't
medical cjuackery and fakery announced" The tests roiomKclmiincl He has escnpeil, tllI'('"
and I >oiii-y' drove nloiiKslilito,
--- -- -- plain them under arrest. Insteadof

Hiihinltllng, : the four men lire

Tasty Trade of Tea-Testers Troubled as alleged( In IIIIVH iittaekeil this cif-

I fI."r. Althoimli I the odds, > went1

four to one against him. honey

Falling Imports Cut Down Jobs was about holding Ills own In this ,{ i

light: according: to wltnnHses.. and, 1

IS tea drinking a lost art? T outs t h, rtrl-r! :'n;?. c :: h hi I i'.i! .ia with aid promptly furnished. him j

In the nohlo profession of tea- ei' 1 tn t I.a I 11 t.. i clue, his I baling. he lii"Lin by passing motcnlxts. Iho nii'ii

ikes a Mi.w' of I tin tea+ hi i I., ".I n(,I were nrre>sled, ami brought li'-fuii, ) ,1 I 1., /rP yZ1 I
tasting dying out? ,
\ to 1t"I.) Justice of I Ilin Penie 1. H (ielge-r; : ,

Anyhow there are no few tea I l'i'n.1st 1:; he" will ii'.11", :Lt u.inv: > i whore they made bond for Ihelruppournni ,

drinkers left In Chicago that the a "i". ::11! Hi III> c I up t" uf 1'.1 l +al in'"i eThe. ,' beforehim on \Veelnescluy -

? tun i all In. m.nli,. ,.t< I Hi .n.:'
government has decided, to clout Its lames (ChesM" w 11 s
I (II iHi', ,under, 'i the! Mime e unc'hlons, '
official tea-testing taproom. charKnd with dilvlng: while drunk,
and f'nii, '" the
sanie ualr to IUM e( .
The ten-testers themselves have and, resihting nircHt.. uhllitin,
every) hhug fail and 'I'ao'|', : '. I
'a
been canned.And linen wene liarKd with re-Hlst- sarA "c A
The ups) of 1 Ii a nrr, ptared|, e cm I lie
lock. stark and barrel,', thotaproom's I Ing: arrestI
outer i il, of the r, ihi4' t t'Is': / 1r
paraphernalia of cups And! this Is what haiiu|'| -
caddies pots and reclining chairsIs The. tester tiuiis. tic i.ilil. lie I I.... ......e............4l
being moved into storage.fueh .
sips from the tea omen' in 11 .1 i Gil A II AM JKejv
$ Ten lias flowed. There and tin u Klpi from u e up r u. ofHtniul.iiel :
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V'x l "I.11..." rurren. .. ( ur.e I
The tea-taproom functions under I ( lea of the Nuu'io ln.u' I II .

authority of the TIM Testing Act 1'', 4 ? |' which the M.intni-hi "..-u, p.iti ................ .....: !

and the U. S. Department of Agri : : OU-.I)' appruv'I"I111115' I. Haver of Hampton llll"ilbin ,

culture. r | term lo .\:1llr :tI uppolnlnient nt the (Chrlsilan/
In It, the tea.tenters have sat for \
i sips ard Mill and 'pliH; | anti I I church Sunday afternoon f\ittjrrifl natural I
afternoon aroma
and on every
years sips. whlillrg' all the while( the Charlln Thomas" of Tampa Is

brewed themselves of tea.an astounding tahli about HO that I thn lest may not spending a few days with his. par .C sweetness, " of
number cups
,
get i old uivl that 4
They would smack over this cup. every cup tn.iy ents. ;, i ;, but no "dolling-up"
their faces: over that. And get a square deal. :\11'. and, Mrs Hiram \Vnudln and I

screw In between up times they would spit After him Iho the last cup bus. whined son were visitors If) HID I county -not by any means! Nutuml -
past tester the
compares !
or expectorate Into two large and seat Saturday. + tobacco all that
v..u" torte
I taste nf tintea he Is tenflnt! with Fp is
shiny cuspidors. E) J. Murphc-e and son, hsw.'y l ,
the iu.liof the tea Ilia I the ofnrlnl
The reason the government has I te' ,t' is" \Vashliigioii have l.isttduml made] a business trip tu Hark it implies in natural goodness !

gone out of the tearoom business In ,. Monday
<1,1 wan nil rlKlu.Tin and dl.ar.1Ucr.Chesterfield.
Chicago and closed Its official tea- n If his tester guts suspicions Mr. and Mrs I. W. Tiyul spe'nt

tenting taproom Is because Chicago Sunday, : ut Zlff I
I, he In lugs out Ills mle. .nisi ''II'"-
tea Imports have tillen below the ShouH, further lest I",1 the, Mr. snlIrH.: Tom Ontetn and

necessary 6'itiO.OOO' pounds a year. I ..hll>ln>'lll. helow goviinnnut Miuil-, Mr. and Mrs Tom Stewart and,

Tea.testers, who are very scarce t arils It Is cither icmeived fii.in' the niece lienliih l.-wlR. of Ilrooke I

are maintained only In ports where W, 'oele., last of Oil- ( ounu I )' or liurn<,d l at the Imports ..'H attended Mir* Ices, here Sunday

the Imports are 5000.000 pounds or cugo'a famous lino of gotrinnirnttentester i hole e and costrMiniind Mr. and Mrs Dan Byrd h.ive. returned

more a year. Chicago's Imports *. : W. Code Is fhli'nan's. home after a tow days I

dropped to a measly.month 2,356,861 list and, tiring' tcu-tci.il, .,r. II.- ball visit In Turn(pa with re-latlve

pounds during a ten period first class ten testers whoso tarts i been 1 testing' t ton fur yciiis and tli',ieIs Mr. and Mrs A.V. Britt we-ie, I

ending last scarcely January.enough to keepa can he relied upon. no bitter tester in Am'rica, tlinn visitors to Waldo Sunday.
Is
This ambitious tea.tester busy. A tea.tester's day Is a busy one Code, so expels, buj. Coda succeeded :Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hynl of
really Ills office or tearoom has. scales u tester who had been (11.sting
Furthermore It Is an Insult to his Sampson) City spent) Sunday hereMr.
a multitude of cups without handles tea for 11 years.
and Mrs Dewey Stricklandof
cultivated taste. a microscope caddies some Code docs not know ex.ic.tly why
Now all tea-testers are essentially times a cat to lend an air of domesticity tea Imports) have d" Indled. He be. I Oreen Cuve Springs spent Sunday
Not man can be here tS'at and MILD
artists. every and tea. always of course. lleves the shrinkage might be clue 7f; yet, they're
than everyman
a tea tester no more The table on which he does hit to unsettled affairs In the Orient,

can play a harmonica the or wife.tell testing Is a revolving affair. It has and the recent earthquakes In I For 50 Year.WHITE'S .
real good lie that passes
a an outer and an Inner ledge. Japan. CREAM VERMIFUGE

This Is No Sinecure And on either side ot the table I Code, the last tester h.is Inked Hat Never FailedTiiesurerenedrtor.p.Iliogworms

A tea tester's taste Is heaven- are the two cuspidors. And they I the place and when last neon I lie, : f

born with It. may lose are very bright. made of brass and was on his way home to have a
tfven. He Is I Roam the ckiU to halth.Prlct i
opening so the tea- good strong nip of tots.i i"Yes
tasting not have a large
or
It from too much I 35c per bvttl. Sold by
.., LIOOETT & Mrnns TOBACCO Co.
enough. And In all this land. It Is tester won't miss. sli. l h. ltl 'I t..ellL bit ,
for day of serf gad abuut IL upon! all these .
Mid there are* not more than 43 Coming down a years' 'orl''nllllc'II| limit Store










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- IIOMMtINU: MISS 1.11.1': I II.fr111111111N11111111N.silo 4 6m1'5 A i The chief of the division of eon-( 'Iriif out some mighty fine young

MIM'IIIJI.I. : I b 0 trol of the United States Ilurenu men and they tire always In de
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.49Ll : of Itoads I Is In OalneHVlllc, for the mand.

I t Miss Myrllce- Jackson gave I II' '\ | I.<,|M (.nltii*)., f..... .\ & Church Services i pnrpoxe' of selecting students. In --. -.-- -

tn-aHiirn hunt on Tuesday. eveniu g : I1.11N111111/141111111:.I cli I''civil eiiglnceiiiiK' for future employees Greenville Contrail let for
honoring Miss Ludln :Mlti'hell w hi.I I
eIy \\11I1\'ru"uIII"\ from Ittnclforcl ('01111I _) I Mr. all"11': ''. Arden i Crosby r.r ... ? (8) '" companies of his organl/iitlan.of tile southern l'tllIltY erection of $65,000 new schoolhouse -

. : i I lIlluh School III MayStations I Jacksonville spent Sunday, here. n A'' IIITTIsT ("III'IU'IIO. slates are also looking for graduates here-.

guests of Mr and Mis I'. A. Crofr s-I'-I I'. Hn.v niiinil, l'uNI..rI'rell'hlnK Live Oak -Urcedlove Ice Cream
I ontaliilng linen' wonpliued 3 of the school of electric! engineering -
by. Company opens new storage planthere.
t Plwlw 2!) lit Hampton r.II"'l..y. ell: Mr K:. ('. Long of Wllclwoosiient :1 ] I' at Florida for fiiiure' .
: services morning and
' park IWIII'II'! ''. (1 J. C. Whllo'ilioiiso ,

\ ('Ilih. bridge at the ceme-terv en' Mr. and !Mrs (I. II Colson. I Sunday school nt 10: 00 o'clock all of them b M' positions' offered constructed. from this city to KIs-
\t IN IIONOK! Of ?MltS ItOOkH 1:1: r.isi: ,: Minimus' : initSIMOICS : : !- :j Mrs. Smith nnd Mrs Orady Eel-I The pastor invites all Hlmrnee.
Irunc'C', Wi'i-lc'rn:' I'nlon and Klik I | young them Florida Unherilt) IH ttiin-
'I'11\4' : J ley spent part of last week her of the
: liter's. cottage at 1 Kingsloy Lakef a men congregation to attend _.- -
The/ women i.r the I :Methodls About 40 young people partlil' : I as eucots of :Mr. und :Mrs. 1':. JY I the class\ wit 1(11 ho Is organ-
chiinil shower :Mondirnfli V I'IIA"'II"IlIlth"WH.: !\ I mcsldent) \ ward/
/pave it ) t l/lng./
paled In the hunt which final) I
iniiiiii complimentary' to Mrs. the H"IIlorII"M/ rind also nil tar-' cinded' when Virginia; Weeks. uiui :I Dr I Mann!\ of Lake fuller win I n Junior Ili! Y. 1'. U. meets. on We can dicrgc your

. K. M. Hooks whoso husband Is tin,' In i hlof of the High Kc-hool" Journal !i Frank Carpenter" found lh. Irons-I;i hnslnesH visitor here Thursday .Sunday evening at 7:00: o'e..lex.k?I I YES 8 HRS

" i III'W pllHlor of tile 1\I'lhIIlIlAI' IUI\'" n five (-oiii-He dinner Frleluv tire consisting. \ loo) ponnleH bull[-I Frnzlor Shaw of (''' I\I'wawl r ,', bliss In,,* Abernathy leader

j ', ('huiili, hero. ThlH pretty nlTnli I r evi-nlng nt the Womnn'H club !I led, tinder (the, gale ul ('0''. I'eeli'i;J'' wan hero Suturd.iy and Sunday. 'I The Intcimeclluln H Y. I1 V.I II i STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's sStarke

withit' the nllral'lh'1011I0/ of !Mr. h.nine for his twenty-two classmates liinellng/ l Klngsley<< I.nke. i.visiting/ friends and relntIVOH.Dr I meets at 7:00: oVlock Siind.i. '
and Mrs: T..1. ClrlfNu. on North:I, Witt of .
At the end of the hoiire-h, tlicitrensuro Alae hua was a bust night Joe Oliver, lender Vlsltni's' i i iicirdlally
J j' 'aIIl111 I xtioet, sad 11 bright nni" The table was'eiitnred 1 with a ness'' visitor here Krlel.iv., Invited.
seekers found Mitchell'
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I of inr w.is. Inlrmliii" Into the I cut glass basket nf sweet and I Km: I Dikes of Dukes
"c' < peas Ktatloi i On Sunday mninlng, :Stay 1 the )
( (cottago Ki:" onchnltl. In rt'll II ITI"' I: :
( .1 room., 1 liy Imxhi. < mill bowlx ol f fern while, two smaller hockey, I for them, brilliantly lighted and I I'' uns a guest' of frlitncli and rela- Lord's Supper! will be observed Garage F

I HUM/ in Hums, /liiiiliis: unit I cit hoi"print1 were phueil half WilY between the I due'oriiled. I Kefreshlns pinieli w.i-;, lives here Sunday., -- ----.---- la,
I t /Mowers center' and ends. AI either Hoy,' M. ( '
extiemltv J lanny fled Hugh Hut'I i'itisifW.KIriirnrii:! '
served to them on iirilvlng by :MlsrIllhi'l \ I il't'
I I Tli. hhowor, was under tin di pink. Inpi-rs burned III nllr I .. \ Crosby. spent the week-enil Ii:,1''' The .
the alllli lions ..
: io'Iu buing und
Grlllln bowl neeelx of -
theflood -
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I !!. r..II..1I. nf c'luli'. Number One,. ,'1'' "lIlId.llIhl'U.:111.-: .. and mint" placed, on the I wide veru' ndtAfter Shellman (3a.. with friends HUlTereis was piexented' to. i I, -- ----- ....-. n-_ -.... = = ==- -- ... .- -- ..-- -

:i j. uhoso, lender i In : 1rs." 1'I'. T.. Wlxo,. were, placed nt 'Intervals betvernIhn j spending I the remiilnilei-. ol. I Sheriff ,, J. Kpporxon: oStarke. r the congregation und nn III III1

'. nail the women )if I Ihn "'lIIr"'l pre places, Miss Kline Jun"H11" tutu evening III dancing the guest, was a business visitor, here(I 1 tunlty to e oiitrlinite for .01'1101'-// //1
venter] a bountiful net of dishes for the capable' mistress of coieninnMIsHes Frld.iv afternoon.I ''lI"f. Thn CO.
DAVIS &
were nerved white and yellow Ice' free will offering J. R.
the alto. largo banketf h.... I : II
imrxonugc' u cream and wafers by the hostess,'I und Mrs. B. F. lla-ien am i!I I amounted to $50. It would have i
j. aliens Ullll other IIHeflll III til leu Kll/.abc'th; children of ,
<) Andrews Lnlle Gainesville
spent Sat
been
I asslsled, by her slsler. Miss !Myr- I more bill several of the members
1 for :Mr.S. Hooks' personal I UHe ,. Johns and, Riitli. Sternhorg usilxled win Jiukson Green and yehluwxlu'prlxu unlay( hero with friend and rein" I of till congregation hud subscribed .

I Since coming to Slnrko bv her !Mrs\ I::. S. Matthews In I live!!. INSURANCE
poppers|' | were given for to the committee sent out
i curlM'Mt wink und loving service "ic'ivlng tho I live course dinner favors. M L F. Hazen of Hawthorne wn M" IllY the Hmt Cross the
tiny before
I In tinotiiniiinilv, Mrs Hooks ban which consisted of I Fruit hero I IWI
: cocktail Friday visiting hi"Il1'l'1I1 ,
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Among those enjoying I tills affair I 'I(Tho matter of the needs, wero presented -
J endeared. '1 herself nut only ti> the, Hciuab on toast, mashed, potatoes were) Mlssert Harriet. Hitch. III r. and Mrs. M. :M. Ha/en. I to each of the churches anti llil L AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
i members, of leer hiiHb.iml'H chimb .tillered! I III :Mrs.
units llnihales, stuffed<<1 I Kllse: Jones 1\11'110 Johns, 1':111..1''lI'Ih : I H. AVeeks' was a vlslloito .I probably a like\ sum was contrl'btiteel .
but In iniiiiv others with who IIIj celery, finger rolln Hollywood tin I.ud I. Slnrko Friday.Mr. ,
,\II oho CO ties In contact and thin Ma ItI lit'". ice (cream coke /und anil' Mrs Henry Ilulton ol' STARKE FLA.
Mldilleton:\ << Hcma Levlton i i people i'nil always be depended on
Hhower, moan IIH a pretty ,compliment ..Icml-tiiHHe' : Jacksonville spent Sunday here ai'' ', WI
1.111'11.lltd"lI.: the honor guest 'I Ito help when their fellow men are
(10 her well ,deserved, popu The following Inten-Htlng tons! I I the guests of the former's sinter, .
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I 1111/.el lk'III..I'' ICthel: Crlllln/ In necid. ==-- .:.- =..&: =:- .?. --_: :..
j larity. Wits given' the Hi'iiiors" by ]\HS|| I :Mrs T p, Ward =
i i : :MadgeM'ddleton: Kunlco: ""rklrl Church services: n_ ,
I' A charming inimical program Loom! Newell fl-isumalc's' : Itrlutve | Surah :Mulpiiri' :Mary Cut nnvn, HuthSlei I Messrs. II. n. Column. and H. A., I The Sunday school meets at 10 .

wait enjoyed! by all the guests, Just about llnl-dnd<<1 the( (list I'icing, Flu 1'''"" :Matthews Weeks motored to Slarke, 1'hII'lIay ''-. o'clock, J. M Truby superintendent -
: tho following well known muslclaiis 'nut of I the for I
race education nflernoon.
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: t i's.11'10" :Master./" Virginia'Weekx. j .
'! tukliiK part:: MrH. John II.ThomiiH. Roe the next few weelcx we will beogethernnd : i I Mrs.' J. J, 11101'11'1I1111111 Bon, 1'------------------------1.
: Miln J.ickxon. MOSSM .The church service will bo at I
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Mrs II V. Knight MHHKllzuhclh < : Kendrick, Mm James Home of us calherod hero to- '!and !Luwtey Tuesday afternoon. I
,1 ChuileH Darby, Cuilylo 111k It. {'nnl'r There will be preaching also nl t
rickciill.\ Mrs. .!', II. l.ulIl111,1 light' who VNlll I I I I Mr '
probably stop herethe Long. Wilbur :Mnrxbbiirii." L'u- i und Mr< H \\ III'onn'n ol 8:00: o'clock Prayer meeting. on

f MrH i 1.: I K". I'oi'i.MiinnMm. In rurr" hut IbeHu are few In | geno :\J IItlllI'\\'''. Hamilton itlti')I, Lake Duller spent Sunday here lie i ( Wednesday. evening at 8:00: \ o'clock t I..TAII..V.: TWII K.:.IHI.-UIITII: AM= ><>f>l'TII ,
fI <. UookH having/ recently 10turnivl lumber' :Many of im will go ono :, guests: of Mr. and "Mrs 11. I1,. followed !
I ,Joseph !M.ilptiH.I IlnroldV 11 I II.I \ by the choir pi'art lee. To JACKSONVILLE Sl.dO I
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I front Dial.i, where Him represented higher schools' and. Homo may Canny.Mr. .
1 ideojKe; Dobell, Henry Il.irrlsollic Time' will bH u district meeting
I ho St.irko, tnlHHlonary mitlety each. themselves, thus, renlblng ( >ergo Hofrman Lesley SnndeiK.Joxeph and Mrs Lonniii Morgan. / of of the Christian Kndeavor socleHies GAINESVILLE .90 ,
nt I th<> sotto conference, WUH 'opo'H great, saying/ to bo true: Waldo< spent Tuesday hero; ill OCALA S2.15 I
Thomax Jon Hull Frank Sunday\ night lit iulneHvlllu; ,
t !
1 > I called upon' (10 give a report of A liftln leainlng is u r the meeting, which Klin did very thing. '

1.t'' ;;. IntorcNllngly. .\lrM. M<']lo.itli.I of brink deep. or taste not the I'ler- and, Bill John Kppcrxon: 1'owell.' :\11'.11,111' ('nilJohns :I Kan.Mr.: and Mrs. Warner Mott of I iSt.irke 211 or more C. K:.will society attend I'i'ont the f Tickets and InfiTinatlun' at GORPEMMi DHl'G i STORELniiiUiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiii I

: Fart Meade, also g.ivo an enthusIflHllr ian .
pring.Tliero Hague HIli lion spent Sunday here .
I :\ ''' H. ( Hitch and, :Mr. an,111', : ". -- _.
"! count of HOIMIof tin shallow \ ': --'-"-'-'-"-'-'-'-'--'-'-"-'--"----'-' .'
ST. ;
clrouglits Intoxicate H. V. Knight were c'bapeioiiesIMIHY as guests\ of Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. \tli'S ('Ul'U1IEI'ISOI'I

; ; "high pollll In I Ihn cinforenc. the bruin, I -- .. -- .. I Mott., : : L

J At I tlio IOHII nf the, afternoon \nd ..1t'llIklnlIIII'I"I)' sobers uxagain. : : WADI'; HKINSDN I| The farmers In our )' Sunday servlcos: ;,-, ; ; ;-;iiU4;;,, i"OIIIIII'1i, ''II i ,in'( ,h'i' I 11- '. ..I'l' ,1 i, IAI/(1111' ", ,.liliiii"Iwm."I, ;,;; iiuiniuuiti1,'

i' refreshment committee nerved tiro very busy gntherlugcrlnug their 10 am. Church School

l dainty refreshments. Hut ,It inn Item not w'hero we willtomorrow I ..Ial'k"ollvillo.'III'. 20.h: h KmeiyWudn : truck crops. J. J. Morgan picked i 1 11 am? Morning Prayer. | BEAN HAMPERS

-- .- --- 1m ; today we are wen- llrliiKon, :27, a resident, nfJa 12G hampers of beans the first U. S. CAItL' TON, Hector.

CJ'u'r:' WI'n1)I\J: : 1.11'1:1'1': : or IIO"H." I have come and joined Jon <'ksonvllle for the last few picking these were about the first I

c ),.\1'4'1' 1v'IIK--: : from another school\ and found I years died In thin city yesterday around here that were ready for The price Irish potntoes has Save Money Two Ways

you to be its Mentors should be moinlng! after u brief 11111('''''. !Mr.BrhiHon the market I gone to $5! u barrel and the growers : ,

A simple but pretty wl'ddlng loyal Cheerful, friendly and optlmlHtlo (- I was u native of llrlnxon ( i| In the 1 Listings section nre :'"

I touk.IIU'p. Thursday afternoon, Yon hate to leave the (,II., and was employed by the Another Florida community IH correspondingly/ happy. It I Is predicted : -- -

Apr. 21 at C-00: o'rlnck when Miss naff, friendly wnlln of school yet Iiuval county highway department. bidding/ for the largest poultry I that the price will even go
of fresh beans
!. Thelniit Ililimon liciuniu the bride you arc ('I".rIlK"OIlR11I11. / durhiK Surviving him are his wife !Mrs. I development In the south. The higher as the peak of the shipments I" Shippers string when purchasing -

of Mr ('hurley Kugi'iifl Johns The and anxious to no; forward Into the Viola Jlrlnxon; a daughter C.enoChristine Fertile Valley Farms near Inverness Is passed and with over hampers should bear in mind that the express -

home of MrH .1. K. Corpennng I HI"| future Tomorrow may he dark Hi-limon ; Ills mother, and Seffner. Three thousand 50 per cent of the crop shipped ;,' charges on hampers carrying less than

I ter of the brlile. wan the Krone or! but today IH rosy and here In the Mrs Kllza HrliiHon of ll.ildwln, ; I day-old chicks will be purchased now It will not be long before better -

the ceremony and, wax tiiHtpfully banquet light we are happy.An three brothers T. A, Hrlniioii of at once and tho work of starting prices are noted. The Irish | one bushel are the same as a full bushel crate. Iii

't, decorated. ullh vnKi'fl of houiitlfii equally, entertaining toast .'Iftoll Ir 1'. A n r in so n of :New; the poultry plant begin at once i potato crop at Hastings and In 1 I am in position to sell you a first-class hamper -

N J'II"I'r1111011.: was given the ollli-erx of the senior York, 1)rV.. 1) llrlnson of llultl- I Kvery: part of Florida Is alive to !I other parts of the stale Is one a for less than you are paying for cheaply

J Junt. before the bride, entered dll"| by Miss truce Wooil, will; two sister.. Mrs.\ F. : the poultry situation and the local that Is usually a money crop.

: :MrH. A. Z. Adklim uoconipniili-il( by Sam, Harriet and ( ono tire worthy ton of Iron City, (in.. 1'111"1': I demand alone will keep hundredsof -- built, short-weight hampers, saving you moneyon ,

:MrH. JumoH Diivlil of rinlnoHVllle. to bo W. S. !Lloyd of Baldwin poultry farms going for many nulldliiK permits all over the i the hamper and at the same time you will

charmingly HnnK "Gad! l M.ulu\ You Tho olIlcerH" of our Senior class. I body. ncionipnnled bv W, D. Hiln- years. state show an Increase; and, realty get the full benefit of the rate. A

1 ', Mire" by Amy A"hl1lnre Clink' Sam its treaHiirer IIIIH been honest' son, was forwarded last night let I --. I dealers me getting: busy with city express

Then In xtraliiH nf .Mi>nii'lniilin'HWeddliiK | mid true DrliiHon Cu, where the f funeiiil'' The new super power plants i lots and fanning lands. Work of 3 short-weight hamper of beans will not bring I

inardi tlm bride entered Hut then, theie'x. been no work to and interment will take place The' being erected all over Florida by building' < homos and developing/ ; you the same price in the markets as one carry- ,
1 the large" ilrauliiK room anil was do I suburban property goes on apace :
arrangements were directed' by the utility companies are makingIt ing full weight.
met by the 1 Krouni>: ul the pot arranged For money very marce IIIIH been. !Moulton and' 'K>le. possible for "'/01'101'ltleK to Invite and Florida as a whole presents I I,, I

'' for them III front of thu Hut an Hvtietury tho prize ho'll -- -- -. .- Industries this a busy uppeurunie A 250 acre I,1
to state with
'!\ :' mantel lianki'il with hider: llllicn win Felda $. O.IIO.1( new Hehool- the tract, of land on Laka Monroe near I Lose ?
understanding" that they can Why Money
J and fprn Thn Imprtmuhe ring For ordering dlplomuH and linltatlllllH lionso to be erected here :i obtain a 2 -hollr service the year Sanford IH being/ developed bv u I II II
I
1'' ceremony was performed by HevCrnnirr I I local ('ORlIUIIlYllId all the modern
I round. Among the developmentsalong
of Murcleniiy. and I the 11I111",1.- $'haOenl11ppruprLated/ I this line is Tarpon Springs Improvements will bo Installed I Following] prices are in effect on full bushel

bride bud no nllendtiiitM.) Harriet Is equal to nil Rltuatloim.Ax for lompletlng Coral (d iublen ('011- I !looking forward< to the new state

Miss| HrliiHon, vm u tluirtnliiKbrldo >: \lie-.. |>.'rcHldent' Hhe'ii been a Hen in on Doimlus road for that the recently mnniifucturo obtained of a overalls factory road that will be built along the capacity ((32 lbs net) hampers : II IIOJ

In h"rIIWI1: of Rrey (georgette ,pout,'Ii. I. I lake shore/ Into Sanford in the near ,
--7 shirts and underwear
pajamas
/ to 21 each
I ( future ._ 20c
her hilt Wilt of rose trimmed She well deserves thU small' ovation I SI IUILl.tVI' i clty'M n c v The new factory will have a substantial ;

1 with gray" and Him curried a I' broadcasting" station opened. recently I I pay roll and. with better A joint resolution h-In the- house 25 to 19, each _. ._ ._ _/fle I

.shower UIIIeH boiuiuet of white roues nndvalley Fur 1111'1'leaih.lene ("',". not u better within our I I daylight facilities, better working to Increase the pay of legislators 50 to 99, each ._ -. _- __ 18c 'I'

conditions, better. climate the year ought to be passed. With thepresent
..ts lit I'll. Jo linn IH a daughter of Mr. Hrewton, all curs of strawberries I ----------------17c
round tho factory and the employees cost of living In any part '
s' and MTH. T. A. HrliiHon of Klftone its our president In a regular shipped from this Meet loll
will give better service than 'of the country the old rate of ;
during reient brought, farmers !
mid Sturke. prince, Henson
In other state In the union.
any I puvment fur legislators of $6 a
Mr. Johns Is the of Mrs. A. le'a hud no before. IRO.OOO."Al"! .
Hon peer or
HIII..e'j I --.--- day I In ancient history. The new
of C.nlnoavlllo.Iloth It t"'kle" im down ( !
? M 1'eltlt way J. L. HARRELLLAWTEY
Fort Pierce Is going In for the bill would allow the legislators
tho bride and bridegroom knees I (
I Smithliovernor shrimp cunning business as shrimpIn $12.BO a clay which Is small pay i
t Attended school In Starke, and To hear him Biiyn midst the l buzz\
i
large quantities are found In for the men who have to spend I FLORIDA
have lance circle of friends who of been i, '
a that vicinity. Florida shrimp 30 days away from their own business i
will be Interested In their mar- 'A little 1 less order, please! R : $ .
v have long been looked upon as one and attend, to the Important I ,, ,, .
,111111'1111I111",1111I11'11I11I1111I1'11111'111',1"11I111' ' ""f l umiiniiitn'''''_i' II nniiiiiiintimnm.I'I'III'III1'IIIII1II""I11II'mll'"III11I'1II1Iml'11'1111' "' '" ,
tinge of the luxuries that can he supplied business of the stute. -
Let UH drink to their everlasting eI
to Florida people when fresh
SIHH. nmm.KV: : 4TlS4'rtt: I health wealth and hiipplnenH."
I nnd to the folks of other states !
Miss Hazel Mlddleton and MHH.nclllo !
Unlll(11-i: (C'I."U
when tanned. This will build upa I
Mitchell a in lined the puny I
new and big Industry for. Fort I I
Mrs. O I. 11I'IIMh'y wan I the mnc- with readings ".\ ",'r.t" and, "A Pierre and vicinity as the packinghouse : :

IOIIH ho te''n I to I the Tnentlelh Century Leap Year Leap" re8iectlvelyMinn will I
employ people.
ItrldKe ( ml on Thursday : Kll7: >iheth AndrvWH In lieri Principals In junior many high schools Money In The Bank

evening: lit her home on \Viilnnt 'harming 1 : "'lIlIn'I'tllve two Vial. and supervising/ principals or principals i
street. selections Several lively tnlileKiinieH 3..
of senior high schools
,
KOHHH, larkspur, HUeet pen and were engaged In between
I Icolirsex! would be required to hold t other varieties' '' of sltl'I llg: /llowern I I and favorn Hiiltabb for teachers'' certificates covering thin
the occasion w..re given the guests
niudo the rooim 1Il1l'lIdh' where subjects prescribed by the state I i
After dinner the remainder. of
Molex wero pl.iieil for brldwe Tulllim -
course of dimly for (the junior und
with KprliiK (lower design deHlRimted be evening wax. Bpent' In "..lIwIIlUTh /
i senior and high school grades by
r the pia't'M of Iho players ,' ,mpbonv, Seven or'hl'"Irll."OTIII".1 1hili Introduced by Representative I I Only the thrifty home is the truly happy home. Where extm\'agance'is
of Mlxx 1"lol'E'III'O11
-
anti 1 wilted peanut wele placedon W I D. Hell of neSolo.0 .
-there is unhappiness because pressing bills, and
'' the tubleH diewH, piano. buss| (.iiXHlu Mae worry demoralizing influences .
-- ----
:Mr\ .nul' Mrs S. L Peek i'an led Hennett and Owen irlllln vlo- Hrevard county Is having aI I I of never being in position to take advantage of opportunity-when

off high booms reielvliiK a pottery llnx. Eugene: Matthews. banjo county fair to he held, at Tltusvllle opportunity knocks-brings only disaster in the end. The young couple I
wall vase and a ilerk of i-nuH' framer Long and Chnrlev)' Onrb '' ;", Apr 27. 28 and 29. Ilrewml I
.: / : who starts early in life to keep the outgo always within the limits income I
r''tperllv'1)" \ '. Low for women a a\uphonen.. Joxeph Tho m n Hlinnix. J :' ,, has< the finest. fruits and vegetables :- of
srourind" III tho fin'm of an old furnlxhiMl. (the muili.... With 0' poultry, live stock etc, I builds constructively: there are many happy hours ahead for I

t faxhltmed girl went to :MrH' .1. \V.Kllllaii the excei'tlon' of two nil are high and can show them to udvuntuKo. them. I

of Illiick Mountain N. C, nhool. HtndenlxThe t Although It I Is one of the new I

\\'lill<' Mr. ,J. >Andrew. M, Jr. re Senior! Class this year In i, Ideas In Florida to hold a spring ) Establish:' banking connections at the earliest possible moments Buildup
i "i\ i tI| mi ash tray low for men the {largext In the history of Bradford fair It I Is certain, that Ilrernrdnullity
Tin. lioMteHH Nerved {ilneappleHiilud Htith School The gnoHtt tit "can make a success of It your credit and the confidence of others in your ability to manage well.

"1111,I WII'III'". ""11111..... 1Io'k- dinner were :Misses Florence An with the help of all the surronndnK Saving accounts, checking accounts, business opportunities investments,

lei and !lied tea. dreWH. (lu"sle Mao ncnnett Arthuriii' territory and the many en'er-
trust funds accounts, and Christmas Savings:' Club-are but n few of the
!'!">'Inn i arils. were I III' and Mrx I ''' Hhiiiihiird. Mary (Canovn prlslng cities In that county I
IllKKx>: : Mr\ and Mm .1. W.11 Kline: Jon'". Kiln: Manning Ilnz, ways in which we can serve you.

drown Jr. Mr and MrH. <1 1V.. In- el :Mlddleton, Lucille :Mltdiollthel ...__.- _._ _-. I

tnun :\11'. and Mm N Slernlwrn. ?: Mooie. Lonlxe. 1'lttii Kroilriku .- r
Make this Hank YOUR Hank
Mr nail lit 1'". S. I.. Peek Miss l Slrnth.: Virginia'eeks.. innlce : Say it with Flowers

!Milb.-l Welter. Mrs JV.. Kllllanof NVhlteheud. Grace WoodKllubeth r

t 111 ink Mountain. N. C., and! Mr. Kendrick, Laura Newell Flowers For Al!
C.eorse Hoffman. Harriett Uitib and MBHHI-H: i I

---. Owen (irimn. Sam SternberK, Joseph "Al" Smith of New Occasions I
Tarpon I'prlnjClI1I1I1I.llnl{ permits Thomas, Melvin Futch nnd' York has awakened national Interest
7 Issued here during March totaled Cecil Whltehead. I ILeesburg and renewed talk of his candidacy l.

) US.GOO.Alilor. I for the presidency by declaring I Gertrude Godbey BRADFORD COUNTY BANK i

t $2SOui! that as a Catholic he held there ,
riaim under way for '- new Main
was no power In the church that Anderson
('onKlrll""on of Count I-ln Itall- Street Baptist hutch to be ere t-I I
could Interfera with his duties as BRADFORD COUNTY'S
road bridge over St. Jolui river. ed here. I FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD
J an officer of the nate. Governor
Arcadia-Carload shipment of Foley-Contract let for construction I Smith Is shown here as be was vacationing Phone 39 Waldo, Fla.
$ Irish potatoes going out' from Arcadia of 1150.000 new hotel recently at Absecon. N. J. I I I

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lilt.tl>I.-n rVTV: TELEGil1PE: : !. NTAflKl:. VI.MI!11)1. .I'.UiK: I,'1VKHtUillUIDilUliiliil :
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.. ,.. >MMUli. ,- ,' ....mn. .. ...,; .. ...j ''w" I 7'huV.. T. Weeks Chapter' f

: 1 D. f will meet at the hume\ of: :, HIGHWAY 28 SITUATION

Mrs. George; Huberts. Lnwtey,. 4 \ao'clock I.L I
Bits of t Wednesday afternoon MuI \ > CoM Cash in a Warm Friend i.4'tfeI ,

Ii I!' 4, 11)27\): :Mrs ieurgt Kobe' MM and' HINGES ON RELOCATION .. '

jl 'Mrs.: J T. :Moore are lu lisies for .

the iifli-rnoon

local I __ .. I i Lake 111111,' '. Apr 2'I I Thoro advantages' to manufacturers. und '-1" ) -
Ii Ness"Concerning I II ; hUM been a whole, lot 'f i nnfiunrltabli' utility companies in t tho state will .
:Mrs .
1A. !Siolt. who luis hoen,
luiiiminl mound' 1 town .111,',' ili> ,Huhpart" III "IIIII'III11'1"(1) /( clec-. ,I',
conlllli'd to her, bed for. hi-I pastseveral __,,,
I It was tiiinoiimrj in I."t'k'.. ) and u.ifor" manufacturingpiinuixes. __ 2
Our People, Business and I weeks Is reported lob i' Starke Telegraph. that' ho I wholexu'eteh There Is hardly a spot I
I. improving Friends will hi? glad. ,i! Aet
In Florida, that Is not served, bvone
i of
Progress of the : Kond 28 lying In BradP1
County and Town. < to hear :Mrs. Scott la doing( a. of the
I I I nicely. !, i ford county had been let to ,'UIIi utility companies with

k !i tractors' and nccordliiR, to n ills-I" 21-hour service.

I .JLIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIII,,',, :!!!,!!!,!!!!, ,"!!'.!, 1'"' Milli' C 1'1' t ".:!C.I. I |, patch to tlm papa from Its owner j' .. .___ ___
Mr and :Mrs. : I
Theodore I Kniils :\Ir.\ 1InlhowlI.'onlol bo, the brat Venire' Uulldlng: I'prmlISAII\ I
rimoi> i\niMi: I .vi'iiii lime returned" from II'Islt with and (Gary I IJtints of Tampa" and'''1 ;' ,or rather the next t road work In ed here during :March otnlnd( $1 ,- I

.=::. 111:27April : h'I' parent :Mr. and Mrs.\ J. Clop I I MI8a Cienla Smith: of Jacksonville,1'spent '" tills Bocllon of the country 'In bo, 17 I .fi35.:
('
Max :'l1n, 1'1'I'cll:.. mi-lib. of 1.1Ullk.. l Sunday with Mr. and. :Mrs.'" 1 r nnstrnrlpil. i Center 11111. II 1 cars cucnrnbnrs I

2(1( 113 59 ,o .__. _. __ __ I J.V.. Moi-Ran., This party wont''i'j : and Iwo of beans shipped I I 1 .1*
:21 lI 5 611 '' ; The reason for this apparent I
O' ,
to Penny-Owlnn Farm afternoon J>
Sunday
Col. and Mrs. J. I". Fraxiw arty from here recently.' I II It
preferencB
22 j6 6:1: 'rl'ILC''l' "lllIudlng i several days of this | for tins :Memorial! eervtcoThe "'. |I over the miK-h-niodud. >| llni-a Grande--Now( : bridges! to
week i "talon rOil III)' section! of Road -8 t
i 2:1: 87 49 G I 1
In Lake --- ( bo, constructed I
City Mr.[ Krnsee Is in'attundaticu -- across" niisparllla
Insofar '
appears as Infoi
unv inn-
:II 71 45 G I II CL! A .'s of which Pass nod Li\IIn
lit the spring term of Mrs.V. J.' \linn obtainable from ( Gunparllla Pass, I
:2 I::; 7.5 r; G 4 Truc.e Ircult nurt for Columbia county.. EJudffO >person IH. lender" put on u pro-1' ginger Swank, IH Count tt' Kn-: II( n; mlloH northwest of llocaI
26 51) G6 | rmii.111.,1.' HIP I
"7 !85! G2:! I 0 I ; prllmVI'dIlOHdIlY: afternoon( at the1'Woman's [ ] hitch between nilvocatos of a lay-I j I Cratitlei I TIIFXE IS XOTIIING SO FRIKXDLY AS AFIUN.YIJ

A. 7.. Adklns, Col. K. M. I I : Missionary Union tack; 0111. of the. highway: bring' laid out 1."Hhllr"'III'k" started widening -
;---- Johns and W. \ Isonvlllo. Divisional Institute\ \ which'Iron Thirteenth" at reel' ft-nm .MainHtreet I
the north I.Y
K. M. JuhiiH HpiMit sc'verul days Walnwrlght left : stile of the Gettrgia i V/'RI
; was held at Uainesvlllc First to H"lIhlllll..111' Line tracks :,
of tlilit week In TullahuKHee. Wednesday for, Tallahassee wherethey j flap: ;Southern Railroad I trai-ks" und ,
will "remain I the rest of the fist church' Apr. :27. :2S, ttalnosvllle '- those. who prefer' to hero It (frailjo.l IIIIIHlln'ol'k under way laying I
Flu I I miles slag on :Madlsonirecnvllle 1 And 1IOMK:
week on the, .south Hide nf Hint, right- your TOWN UAN'KKli it" more likely to
You can bit pure' lII"rod' t-llk i,I| I ( roadMniillcello .
hose for $1!II.IIII nl MrinticiK'M.Mr. -- :III'\ -.-. C -A.-- KnlKht.: :MINA. I liP'' pof I orltles-wny. The Pnlon imiiiiy alt Iii :New' while wi\' U a friend in need than any other banker in the world !
:31 rut. J. 10. CorppiiliiK and prefer the south ,side< layout -
dntialitor
Aberiuithy, :Mrs. 1'. M.\ BorefonInnd liuhlliiK, to be Installed InMontlcello
--- '' sNHtetn
j 1 I/Ktta: ",pint several I days or i Dlra for several good' avid siillloiiMil Thus: --other tiling: living. t'qual--it pays TO I.ANK\: j
r those' .
and! :Mm :N.: II. Hull spec !Lnmb were among : ,
\but .
last reasons hoiaiKc
week In nrhiMon (0,1., ,due to attending, the llitpt1stI'oiltrlll'1 principally It AT IIOMK:\ !
Thursday in ---- -
Jaclcsonvllie. the death of Mrs. CorpL'tiinKH* '' 8lls! in coiiHertntlvH tat Iat t rd that It
( uncle Missionary/' t'nlon III riiiliicMVlIln'which 'J will 1111the county lint !less than
J'IIII'I'Y'ado' Irlusi, 1 > .
n
All varieties cow ;)uns. J. P. I' was held'l'oIneH.I"y and'' j| $20,000. Of course I the quest| lull of CFNT A WORD] Then1' are many reasons, \: for I hou litl'iil l'ol1siI''utiol1,( ( I IPl'

Ktckllter.Orvlllu 1 :Miss Florence Matthews spent i!I 'T'hursday.- __ __ i.j p i.the 1'111111111111011 I of gnido" missing" .* t tills i, Nuggesliun, !
Thursday' night at Iho State )Farm I! 1 Is n big Item In tini'ah, illation
Di r. and Mrs. :N.: Sternlmrg
j nun' ,
J. (irlllll of Jacksonville the guest' < of !Miss Thelma Brown ;' nf both the slate highway! lominlsHloiiPi's COLUMN
I toredto InlIl1on'lIIo'plnesI,1, ,
spentVedll'loul.lY and Thursday In I I who In homo recuperating( : from" an ? nnd the "roomy The state"
j Ihll'l
I' al1,1'f'lIt to a dance given; on 'I Paul :SALK; : Cut fluwoiH roso.mil -
Starke. appendicitis[ operation prefers' I the noith ids Invoul
the Chanters of :Morocco ., .
evening by
rnlon with .1'I I IH'.11 II''I I I'
I county lsnnoo nt '
:\fr-Olr: ;; -J.im'IIII'; Temple nt the George \VashinRton :* stake In Iho deal, feels \\all.' Starko. Kin !II-.II. BANK OF STARKE
James" '' > naturally "
Mr. and !Mrs. J. It. .Williams ot hate) :Mr. IIn.1II'H.: Stern'
of rnlntlm!, nro located In ; I lhat tli" taxpayers\ of III In "county:
Fort Meade, .[,put I ho week-eml I this city' bevy| were guests of tho Mason\ | Felt( ItK.NT::, Fiiinlshcil iipailmiHi -
for gometime.. !Mr. Sloynn 'Is connected ought to have HiunotliliiK 'to city IIH "There! i is no Substitute for
In Starke with rt'latlveH. |hotel, while In Jacksonville ( with private hiitli I", A Safety"In
I IloKiirdlPNS
with the Phoenix Utility i __ to the oxpi-ndltnre of thi-lr. 111011"-)'.
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Company.\ of any posslhlu political !
!Mr. L. Dynl of Jacksonville, wa I ? _?_ .._ |I11' f ranker" Ii,ms. truck will I lu In, pull or tho tliinnrlnl pi-cHsiini' "t
a guest ot Ills sister, Thursday,, :\ and !Mrs. Fred, A. Supp !Starke every :Monday. Tuesday.Thursday ,.. IntoroKti'il. peoplu. s n in r t i m e s ,|1 ll-'Oll\ SALK) Poilablo collage for |i l\liil' 1f'J'/I./ / of 0"I/ '

JIi-H. U. J. Crillln., hud us recent guests :\11'.1111,1, !Mrs i Friday: lo purrlursrat > hroiiKht" / lo IHMIIon Hitch, projects. lakosldo. living. Sue iulgley At ;: Hon 1201101'! ? lint \ ;
-- ----.----- I rnwberrios. und 1 ablc-s. O'o\\!, 1111\1.. 1-211-11 ,
K.: i 1-:. Stevens und Mr\ /and MI-H I "o The xlate III now nothing; a relo-1 I I- (In, l'\lm\ l/iiini'i11/ >/'.I.n., ... .
Sl'lJoin's"/ \\lll
fllJIIIK-1 mill* ;all tlll"'. :, pi titliio. still jirojic'rlln' of IIIIII I !IFOR I SAI.liA Cilia Ilatritlunll. .
. ; :--; ;-; . llo"i"ll '. I plaiiii. 'I I r.fJ.\II'', quick" Hiilo. r ,;
-- 1 Don't full 11) como to the Must: j'i - ainl ( t' Mi Cull 1 1 III iirdor 1 I II II

Dr. und Mrs. ))0:. I.. Briggs, inn Knd: flrocery Siitnrday'' for 1(011,1', \zee.f.\ : \ ,. I to avoid paying OXOOHNM|'' diimafios'I : I (JuIKI' .) ,4 Pavls. 121)It!) I ___ __ _.. ._ -

bred to Jacksonville anil steal western meats. Over Sea (Iroccr-,1":, )"ra \ : .I i for tlm roiiileinnntlon", of the right- |I' j I : ; pin I.I I nt tho Hliita Is I liohl- '+

purl of Monday i there Ice, frei-li fruits" and, vcgFtnhloH. '|i :\1. Slstriink. Mrs: ('. A. )Flitch.'Mrs. .., -wny II''* originally proposed" .\..- 1'K'oordliiK 1>.\1.1'-; Porto lllco an OIL. /: I ..,. :Shows: and the A, '?' .

-- -- ---- --- )Frank HooNor were" 11I110n : ) / to County I'ngItieer! Hwnnki potato' ,draws 11. L. SIUVOIIHOII. lost't '
I those attending the ten given MOII- this now liynuf t Is :' 4-115-1. '' (hose communltleH lira tj
!Mrn. S '1". /Dc-ll of (Oallle vllil'. :Mrs. II. \Vlynlni/ hns n< her, : 11"1,1.,1"
guest: her fiither. J. It. IlmlgeH day' afternoon by tint Woman'sAuxiliary )'1111111 county must nine' more go'i' / cfToilM. tn beautify I tide
was I In Starko for Memorial I Hay .
Fait/ II 1'-.I'1"-A:: sevfii-room house
services[ who has been spending Hevernl of the Hplscopal: church through all the \\11".011I"" process .. |parkways, roads and,
Sunday. I well screened, ; bath, hot and,
weeks. In Orlando Lakeland 'III Gainesville. of HO< iiring ilRhts-of-way from all ,
fluid cold water Cherry, at reel. H. I lii ii fuw years Florldii, C
St. .. posHPKsors' of ('\'('ti n font of land .
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Come to the Kurt: End (;!'Ol'pry I'etersburg-- A. Green, Phone 133W. 4-1-tf | -''''''' a beautiful I appear
\iron 1111,11'"lhllll"lI: sbli-l along the ,routeInsofar I j
Saturday and get a bargain: on I
hr. 1 Klolse: bulk lop imUlicrs. cm sale ill !Stern. oar visitors as well! UK u
Oversea ;. .erry. who hits heen | as the Dun Unwell I turpontliio FOR SALK: Ton of dry chicken! I markets.:1'I'Y.. .
Croreries- connected, with the Koverninent: I 'bel'gb.. properly' Is concerned, the I fertilizer, $1 1.01)) per hnudredpuuuds. ,.. \ FiilkH. There l Is no(Ii- P

forestry station here for several --. -- -- Times learns that Mr. iIt"\cell du- Aiply this olllce.\ | iis Interesting us the ,
Miss Hope Stevens of Leesburg I |' of (lowers
weeks, baa returned Madison! :Mrs J. C. Hampley of Sebrlng:: inatids' not less than ItiO.OOO for .1.211-11' / \ mid treats nod,
the week with her cousin
spent I Hint returns
\V is. arrived Monday to meet her Bister the privilege' of goliiK IhiDiigli his us much' In
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Miss Lorraine Sapp. \ nf well ....IIIC.
and brother-in-law Mr. and, !Mrs. properly.Produce' LOST Sullcuso soinnwnvra'\ h1'11I'ke ,,- v

Mr. and Mrs. C. Williamson Or. James Chase of Jiicksonvlll. W. 1"'. Swinger from San Francisco) .- tween" and, (liiilnesvilluMoiiduv / t Went finitriicls--awarded- ,

of Jacksonville were recent guests who has been visiting at the Nni-i, who are enrouto to Starkc and Shipments afleriiiiiin Nullfy II. ''I "' "I'I"tUl annex' and klnd-

of Mr. and !Mrs W. T. Fincher. of hit Ron-ln-law and daughter. other Florida points. Whllo hero J. (liinnl. A. T. II, llonsn,, at | | \ building at cost ot $75-
Mr. and !Mrs Joseph C. hooter they will nil bo guests of I"heir" I (;ialnesvllle" lleward. 1-23-211':! '' .
has left for Ocala to be with his mother !Mrs S. 1"'. Hamrlrk.' Mr. Stawborry ttllnwIlIS, | for thisweek J 1t
IN-U-r'u. shoes for ladies. !II! 3.1c I. --------
Milr and ,,"'rll"'I''H, son, Pr. Edward Chase.Vi nnd !Mrs. Swlnyer report a wonderful have dropped\ l'onHld'l'ably.the I II"\)1C HALK- Small 192 model I i ,,, ,,,.., ,,, ,. ,,, ,, ,,,. ,, ,,, ,, \ .
a | "I'| lit .. express mnvemunt falling oft .wit.wallIt.nuuNIII''' "nI In" nuns "III o 'n'' 'iUIUIIIIIII"', ., I ,i IIA/IIItIIIIIIIIIII'IaI011Ular'/ ,'
from California.Members .
---- motor trip .Kurd, truck In gnarl shape, ul aI ,
>u run Ret a nice Hull ntrlolliex to almost nothing' trucks, handling I hll"-//111 I II. J. O. Maiinlug. phone' I ;
Mrs. C.V.. Liddon of Jacksonville tho of tho
for less money at MirnDr. of IhE'I'. Weeks': majority i shll'mPIIIH' ,I III. Slurke. Flu. .1-22-21 !
Is visiting relatives and I '
Ito nearby points OVER
SEA
brrg s. chapter. U. D. C. met at the llama PRODUCTS
friends, In Starke. Starke IB.-'liia:!! : qnartH berries | I FOR HKNT:. -House, leu acres I 4
of Mrs. O. L. Tleatdey Saturdayafternoon 'I
S. L. Lowry of Tampa | and made wreatlu-r. used avorago price" ISc quart ; I ll>5'hnmperx '!' ireen' Cove Springs' /: road, three J

Mr. and Mrs.! J. L. Plrkerell was In Starke Sunday, being the I lieiins.. average $1 .80.1 I miles from Starko $G.OO monthly I
jln, memorial services" Sunday for> .
have a niece visiting: them :Miss. prlnclpnd speaker In the memorial i the| deceased Confederate, veterans Total. .1,215.1)0.Lawley19,681( S'eII'! Inimiii. 4-15-41 Demonstration kk

Mildred\ Pickerell of Jacksonville.Mr. service. ) held Sunday, nt the ,'Ilib quarts berries' V +
\Light refreshments were H.rvedat
house. average print IBc quart; 1K7D LOST April,, l9.! A largo: yellow i
the close of the afternoon..
1
P. M. Barefoot was In Jacksonville 1 hampers beaus liy. express ft cars dog with ears and lull tliiniuedFinder ..

last week. attending the Miss Ethel Griffin Miss Myrllcel" by freight ZliUO: hampers average please return and "r'" ,lvo .i.i.f
Lieut.. Col. Chester If. Wilson
meeting of the ((rand, Lodge. Jackson, Miss Hazel Klckliter, MHM! '. $ I.liO.'ullil.\ $11I.H\I.ItI.: and Lieut. ( 01. \VooillIn O.!. Jones I miles. southeast of Starke.
Lu'lIIellIrheli, : and Mrs J. M itioited, ((17I.UO: |
''of Jacksonville.. Col. C. II. Layton I 42'lt! *
The executive board of the Mitchell motored to (Llinesvl Ile j, of Gainesville, and Lieut. Col. quarts 1*

Woman's club of Starko will meet Monday afternoon \\'. T. Persons. of. Illrmlnglniin/ Total to dale 70BBC!) quarts W.ItNINIIAll persons, are forbidden -

Wednesday morning 10 o'clockat I i lAln. were" quests of dipt and I Receipts to data from. struwher-j I to trespass. or cut timber SATURDAY APRIL 30

the club horse Maker liros. truckwill tie In Mrs. J. L. Peek during: their Inspectlon ry and beau .shipments.. .132.-: on sixty acres owned, by mo.Jreeti I'MIIfIU' '

Starke every Monday Tuesday, (| of Company\ (d.! 121 I'll: In- 5113.60.: ( Cove Spring road, near s

Bean hampers and strawberry Thursday(\ Friday to purchase fantry. Ill addition,', to the above shipments Starfcu. It. I II. Noloney. i

crates and cups. J. F. Klckliter.Mr. strawberries and vegetables( jrow -------- llrooker has neon snipping' 1-15-41 1 atEAST

ers hold your produce for us. Those attending" the ,district an express car dally of 'beans, the
and :Mrs T. J. Quigley were 4-2-2t!) I meeting at Pnlatka Thursday from exact amount not being turned FOR SALK: MY OWNF.H: ---40 acres
road :3 I miles l'
among those attending: the Memorial St. Mark's Episcopal church, were: In. These' fig lires will bu Included of land neagood

exercises at Penny-Clwlnn Messrs. (i. M. Inman and J. 1I.I I| Rev. anM Mrs. It. S. Carleton. Mrs In the report for next week. from SlurkM! 20 acres fenced. ; END GROCERY

Farms Sunday afternoon. Hitch left Sunday afternoon for Frank C. Hoover Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I --_--- 12 acres In pecan, trees 1 balance I

Sarasota where they attended the A. Finch, Mrs.\ fl. !M. Slstriink.. Mr. and Mrs.\ A P. Hoffman tlm 1)0red.; as Rood strawberry

Her. J. 'V. Phillips and wife of state bankers' association/ In session !Mrs J. C. Hoover and Joseph Sis- turned Monday, from several ..1'0'1 land, as In the county all for

Cliv. Ala., are visiting: their anus there Monday and Tuesday. trunk. spent at their orange grove $800 ; terms. H. L. Hrownloo. I.I I. .

A. W. Phillips of Starke and Oscar ____ I _-. Semlnole. Mr. Hoffman has recovered 4tf. I.I

Phillips of Gainesville. Mesdames, T. P. Raymond OW. L > Col II. F:. Knight: .spent the from bin recent Illness and I IIAIIY OIIIX--Tancred White : 1 I

Alderman Lucy Powell anti 1 ;1 week-end here with hit family, will resume his work at thu px-I horn lOc; Ileils, 18c; ,LPP'I', I

!Mrs. A. Hartman and two children. | J. II. Lord motored to Oalnt'lIvllll'I returning to Tallahassee. :Monday. | press ofllre May' 1. llnrred Hocks, 228 to 277 I C. M. Click, accompanied; by KOJUXT G J. Black

who have been vlHitlnKIr: i Wednesday(\ to attend the MaptlHtl I I )Ifs was accompanied, by !Mrs.Knight _-.- ---- ,ire,. 20c. Order direct for Immeillato ,
und Mrs. A. F. Sterns, have gone I I Institute session there. | who Is spending this week Some of I the Kimt. f'onst: counties I delivery Joseph \par-1 direct factory representative) of the Over SeaFood t d

to I their home In llork ford. 111. -- I in the capital city. Senator and. late| having, inoHiulto'| ln pn' <'tlon to IIn ton, Tarpon Springs, Fla. ( Products, invites :you to attend a special) } l
I !Mr. Oeorge A. Murcotte, who :Mrs. Knight attended the recepi| i dim-over thin salt water hlillng: J-S-lOt-6-JO' I

'-"I'd1.11'- U"hlt'lIdll' flu-mint. has been absent from his market lion nt the Governor's. mansion 011'I'lIp..day places'' of this poxlcrlferoiis. 11I..t.1| j I : demonstration} in our store tomorrow to acquaint -

gu/Nl qunll, l)' only'! 10. II )111'.1 ut for the past few days has returned I evening: In IIHID when the iindorhriiHh) IH'' ]LOOKApril/ : Prices Norman'sChicks. ( with the merits of the Over

1'01..1'11'.1.1/; and, will have a full line of western i |f>arcd away anil submerged, laii'lH Roll 1h's oldest! largest ,pPlant. i you Sea i1:

meats for Saturday at the> Supt., 11. H. Wiggins: bad Islam drained. tin.re I will IM no IIIOH Flocks tested. and, nccrnillted | brand, I""( tlcts. Special demonstration prices '

Mrs: I Fl.: S. :'IlatlhewH.IIKII: F'lorMatth rKast! Km,! Grocery and :Market. i i right-of-way contested by a largecoon I (Iii itoa In Klorliln. Other Ktnlos In Duality. ThousaniM, .
will
for the
i-1 the IIlIlon'hlll f Imvn t1)p kind prevail) (day only }loss 10 cent
ence Matthews and, Eugene: : :Monday night/ while drivingto I : HUIIIO dally. Heady now. Fully i IWHpuld I per

: ears spent part of Thursday< In The )Frank Fowler Circle of the : Lawtey to attend the commence- | of lands wonImllifred.. hv mos anti, guaranteed. Wrllu or : Oil all Over Sea: Products." : 'I

: Gainesville.Mr. I IlaptlHt \\". M. U. will meet with i !I ment exercises In the co11tsionwith > |' liiltos( until shill iiicamn-i were wlrw Per 50 100 BOO 1000

:Mrs. .J. F. Klckliter. Jr., next Monday : the car the coon was. worsted. !' taken for Ihelr crndl'iitlon" Kti-r(; ,It&WLeg.Ann.\ $7 $14 $61i $ I2ti

[ and :M Tw. F. Barefoot afternoon at 3:00: o'clock, 1.v.1: hilt he was still full of fight after Hal vlKllaiu-o' in every part of the, OrpH, Hocks, nods fl 15 7.1: 110 ?."" ",,.,?..",III// 'ill ,','','I'. IIUIIIIIIINI.I/IIll.ia.l,!,, ",./ ,,, ,. .I,

and dauKhtersof Sand-mon "pI'nl8ullday cry member" Is requested' to attend being crushed under, the wheels' state In tho sit in liter tlm.. to fllinl- \v. Corps. W. Wyund. !9 10 7S 150 I -- -

with Mr. and :Mrs. 1'. M\ ----- -'-- --- und a club was used, to finish his nate tho breeding places of the Assorted Chicks 6 12 55 lot) r.

Barefoot Judge' and Mrs. A. V. Long; sod I .existence. inosiiltim| will ili much toward I Sensible; cud with now helpful.

daughter. Annie of Gainesville, -- ---. -- killing off this menaco" to health. brooding: Ideas Huckoye brooders '' (lei Your Money I'rontptlu

:Mr. and :Mrs Julian Peek and' were among those attending :Memorial .J. M.\ Alvarez I had his ,cur slde'swiped ':and. happiness._ 1 quirk shll>lIlPllt. (C:. A. : 111 8111.11 C. {WALL{
of Wednesday Innl'f'en Day exercises: In Stiirke.. I ,' Sunday at Baldwin on the ---- - Knoxvllle. Tenn ( I
Norman.
son spent part Tho great work of ipvc| >'lop- Slarke .... Florida'
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Cove Spring and Jackson !Sunday.: Lake City road when a Ford road'ster II. C. A. ) 4- -It.2JO!
_____.._____ attempted to puss him on a i iiifiit being aci-ompllshfij, by l1)/, INSURANCKKeprfstnts

ville. ___ lime you ......" UKprrlly. silk i [ 'turn. Ills car escaped ,damage.'outside varloim utility companies\ over the ,

BOc- per dozen tutu i.noil uii'l'-rwi-nr at Stern '{ ., of a bent fender and ie' tate Is appreciated\ the general the Best Leading insurance ('lIntIJaniel'l
Salvia plants public and the 'nmpanten are hay : For Perfect Sewage Use
:'01. A"In.Waldo berg's. I Ford after climbing out of the .
postage prepah1.II':\ -. II. tag no troubUIn g<*(lllnic now KIRK.': M l'-.I'I': LIFK.: AI'TOMOKILK:, IIONI:; LIAIUL1TYAiljttxlineiitH
4.22tf 'ditch, speeded. on Its way without"topping.
Fla. :Mrs./ It. A. Weeks. of Itrook r :i : i i franchises extended In order to Hubbard Septic Made I'rnmptlu
.
iMr. further finance lhlr big proj'11s.They J
ofJlIrkIlOn'IIIt' mOlherlrM.: f. J. :Me-I"
Mrs Arthur Hlpdon: and 'her : -- '
: and all trvlnn to give the
.pending, ; this Beth of Ocala, who Is visiting | Memorial exercises he'll! Sunday aro Tanks OJ
are .lii-Mt -rvlie'e podHlble to thu. puhllcthit --' ...
:Mr.\ and :'lIra.'eek8., were In Sturke Sat- ,afternoon lit the club house were'well -
week with his parent urday. attended, by citizens of Clarkeland 'and servlic In gaining thi-tii\ the next best to city sew --.-..---..--..- -I..-.-.--.--..--..----.- "
Mrs.\ J. J. KfKdon.: i .
frlendH'f.ry day H..I..II..n"IJOtwl"n
new
___- i' near-by towns. An organize-: I age. Family size put in t
tli" public and tho
\\111.1.l >""7 AM piece !Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Richard accompanied lion of the Sons of l'anf'deratet'etpranS utility of
S.NJones' with 40 feet
Mrs. Emma Richard I 1 was formed at the close 'omplllllpH havi undergone a great complete

enamel V.IID.W rt-ntt. home from Palatka Sunday. Mr i'of the service and, sufficient mem-(i I hangs. In the. l past ten years and j seepage $60.00. Factory, CITY BARBER SHOP :

Poppies grow and nourish hereas and Mm. Richard, went to Jacksonville 'I j hers .secured, to have a charter various with a problems better understanding which publicity of i 243 So. Fifth St.. Gaines j I It
of where they will remainfor The exercises were In upon II
the plots 1 I granted.
evidenced l.y card I
i
Is Weeks and has thrown the light of ville, Fla. Mail a
of :Mrs 1C. A.
beautiful flowers growing on> some time. : charge ,
these / Pow'ell. knowledge and I will call and explain -
about town. JMrs. L i. Service
several lawns --- Satisfaction
M...... James C. Adklns and sis !' :Many big manufacturing/ firms I it to you

Mr." and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson, of ter Mrs A. Z. Adklns of Starke. Mrs. J. :lot. Brownlee. Mrs. J. W. of the north are looking; for location :
Ocala yesterday to attend ]Killian ( Black !Mountain, N. C..
Cocoa "pent several day--l In motored to 51> tn Florida some of them
with Mrs. Wilson's father. Col. \.'. an elaborate affair given yesterday I and Miss Mabel Weller motoredto with the Idea of branch factories' C. E. Hubbard j jP.

T. Week afternoon at the Ocala I t Gainesville Tuesday to spend I and some who want a distributing; I' Gainesvill". Fla. STARKE, FLORIDA

Highlands, club by Mm. J Shei. I the day with :Mrs A. V. Long and I center In the state" to supply the t

Mr.:-T. W. Huddleston and on> pard.---Calnesvllle Sun, Apr. '7. ]Mrs. S. T. Dell I south. Florid. at thin time offers I _





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1'111'\1" nii: ; >s .,%I u HIGHIMtOltl dustry at such a time an they are
II 1 NOW wiE THE PAR l1ES!
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( 1'ln" I.IMITINO nhlo to produce cheap milk. ...v

I"\I"I'JICS ix U111YIS(7.., Abnormal conditions.. caused byI

Farmers & Farming the Influx/ of winter tourists.. for I I ATTAININfi I CIIAHMV1T1I SEASO 'S .\ AI-TKUNOOX.-, :'f', \tESIS. EASY

Theiv Is. room for the expansion three or four months of the year -" .

of the dairy Industry' In Florida will continue until the population I ]UY t 11.\mm T I

I of the state Increases to that point AFTER 1.nut-whin! A ,
perfect'
(lly .'ItI..IIIII'.1" !< Killtor: ) when' high producing .dairy cows '
may' Inused as. mil II II fll' luring where the Influx IIf population will avalanche nl ,p., I ,>"< Ifs I

plniitx tu convert! Florida-grow/ I only represent small per cpnt of themselves" up HHii.illy., Of "rmirthey .' i {

feeds. Into milk, .says. llamlln I I. '' tlm total population There, should lirlnit n|)i I the quo"Ilan| uralnof '

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED: TO CONTRIBUTE Drown ,tendon\ : 1I'y mil II. C'lienp : IIP 110 fears nboul I any .xhort.-ige. "What shall I wear?" 11

ARTICLES OF FARM( EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO : home-grown feeds, and 1 high pro' of milk with the rnpld rail transportation I For t the! lOusler: parade mn:

BE BEST SUITED! TO OUR COUNTRYH'1I1 I'I' ,during" Iowa are the limiting factors I I l from our dairy I centersnorth i i come mill 1 the 'Kapler: par.ule. m.iy
lint I h.. clothes. pi-iihlciu I U with v'
lu producing ( hoop : of us. 'I'Itn modern refrigeration I KII I
r 'i nuilk.'u women always!
Tho tiormn! piipiilntlon : ( curs for IraiiKportatlngmilk I

{ 01" nU\'IU: : 11(7a: \KI: IMK:: ( \in.i: ida IH "1'11111I1111Iy, supplied with: will always supply. nn abundance are Most nrtcrnnnii of the post-Luiiton affairs--parties bridgeKami's. s rrp1l. .tx

""" the. demands for fluid of milk to meet Iho demands. -
I'Olt I ODD .INI) SIIOI'I.IIIII'
r urovnisT/ : / () (.IT: necessary 11Htlllwcli.( luncheons, receptions Ss ,
s :; IMI: ; > MOKI l'': OTTK.NDuring ; milk for household. purposes. nt lens' and showers fur the ate
i'iiii: ': TitnTHIS ru.i' l It .IM.. not I'niiHnnnble to think
the l.rcvlIllIlIrelllll/ prices. Dairymarkets ( Juno brides.1 Bo I Iho problem liolls i ir

4 Die week or May 1-7 nt the. consuming. i / centersfrom '. { I that Florida l farmers could l(l hope. down to I tlm rather simple, (one of

linlnem;. lliii! "NVlio'H. who" or whlih Is National: I Kgg: Week everybody l IVnsacola I In Miami are congested to build u;> u dairy Industry on a "What afternoon. frocks.. shall l I
flvo-iicrp urn fontPHlM, '''' lire" lining/ ill' 'te'1 mo n His'.. business and nine I "
Will|I|, or hliould :tI COlld'If'I",11I1.:1I11I' : I Dili s"(111' In twelveenru months of 1 Idleni'x.s. The Nupiulyl.
I I about eggs: Kggs; next' tomeals prod, uced, milk. Prices" to the producers I'latinln Color
rou'lim ciinnt 1 Ur of I Ihrnlll, .
:" : and demand. for milk nro the determining -
( trmG
I are probably the most universal have 'been radically cut ut l oltl"- d r
Fiu'tnir fn'tY n'"iiii "
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under I Hie of the county -
xiipcrvlsinii\ arllcle, uf food used.. In t the I practically nil tho 1 milk l ,plants In factors" In setting t I Ihumarket I rh..r'. Paul milIn, ill Hi.ye. .
Tin- "I'hlleiin" SIII'III of '.tg ( }
iigeutM"
: world. There number of the "''ul,'. with warnings,, to i iirbliniduet price for milk. When .
are a 'i .
i tfi 1u. iinou' io i i' -i i I. .
Soil| Kdu; nlhinal Iliireau.' 'tliroiigh Iro-I ,
I i < / 1 duction\ roils lire too high it 1.
r reasons why eggs/ are desirable\ for I Inn. ( .. ; .k. : :acti| ..n.. .'> 1or\ ( li.u: J
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J. !I'. llHZelnole. alaimanager.. V 1
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food Among them urn tho following Dairy farmcrx In the ogricuitnr-I: Florida dairymen to supply I I I'':, ,. a v.i.man.. with their tufts < _
oa. ring ii free trip Washington: : al "sections of the tit a to who have ) .stale's. requirements I for milk other '.. their delicate, materials and :
or Chicago( along' with winners" ofother ,e4w
I : .. KggH' are n tlmuin-hullding food.iittng .!. been producing a surplus' of milk dairy centers' must necessarily : ;I.elr seiifcrl-Ing! | llnr, ". It Is primarily 1 ."
I elates' if llii' Klorliln fnr- I :
rich In protein and. mineral) for shipment) are having/ to accept supply' us milk. II inalirr of suiting one's : .. '
rnur who. Memres" I the, greatest yield\ k Ct .t.
of the \
I It Is Io Die I lulvnntagp
matter, They are among the first lower" prices. Tho reduction\ '1'1', ? )
or> corn on his live acres' In 1 11127.!> fouiN to .be fed, to little children. in prices. .. has been much\ greater : 1 Florida. farmers'' to meet these condlllona 'rin w"1I1l1n1111, even" femurec. isN. < \

All expen.seH will I h..M paid 'because' they are HI> 'rich 'lu Iron i I than It was n year ugii.!: Not: only I I .. as rapidly as.. 1 possible.i'itiisKitvi a "Kiniirt hob and me kind of trim 1
The rnlex' governing: the contentur ____ __ _. .__ : 'n
-A iniltenrH inns
vvlili'i, cull for
II and I I hcuiiiMf, I Hie proteins fats t nnd I 1 1inIuoraI hUM I the price" been reduced tn farmers lluiiro
<- I that the I'.inner rniiHl have : : '; t'GI7s: < i.v
hi ihc, .
I HuhxtuticrH aro E>especially already, producing milk but it place KIII.Never : '
live acres of la ml In one block, he* 11'.t'rEat(71r.l'sOW; )} i
/1 1 well .suited. to building body, I 11.tI IH-.. there Isn't the market for new : were" I there morn triumphs N
may fertilize an I'e pleasen" must roit I-TTTKI: rsi-j: useful '- rt.'t tiI
II I'M. dairymen to sell milk or for the of the chic sand I the
l 1 Kggs are also especially valuable farnuTH) now Irodudlllmilk to expand !than ore designed: with her in I
agent who represents.. the At this; HCUSOII when "'11ore/; Ij
I in he I diet of adults, who lire I their busliK'HH. The farming/ mind 1 I thin >ciir. Shx run selectIhhiKH j
Ag-rleiilliirnl lOMenslon: DIvlHlon cheap and plentiful) they may be
mannlshly' 'tall..red or cnKcmbles -
''I HIII1'I'I'1I11frorn tuberculosis or other communities around Tallahassee,
) mill, priidui-llon must.. hat. 1'1111.,1 I preserved.. In water-gland for future '' 'Unit combine the Irlm- i
) .. Oeula
wasting Unease, or who nrn convalescing :Ma ill i son, Calnesvllle ,
t In by t the county iiKent or othernTher usa ness of perfect workmanship anilIII .
from an Infections dl- Itrooksvllle and /Dado City have I
tI, lllIa"1. /Moll water cool, ndd liquid 1 wa- with I Into softening tharncterlHIk'H >
been affected( by the conditionsenumerated.
'' are t 170 farmers already/ sease.F.ggs terglasH.. ( It comes'' In a 1111)) using of luxurious fabrics! and cl.ibo-
: protective food rich With a guaranteedyear
are u
11
I enrolled In thin contest In Iho following ten times IIH much water as you do rule Irlni uingx.!
.J.. In the necessary vitamins." around price of 35 to ID cents
4 ciiuntleH: Okaloosa, 041; of watcr-Klaim. (Rggx: should bo One costume plcturc-d. t"xlny! I is
Kggs' are a balanced diet, rich n gallon for > per cent milk at
Jefferson.. 20( ; (Columbia, 20; TuyI fresh and .....1111- -not washed." for the I tailored woman. The.Kmart
I 'In proteins. .., fats and minerals. the agricultural, centers. of the
I lor. Ifi ; ln ou' 15 ; Jackson 15 ; Place eggs/ small/ end down In foal of beige: kasha getsits ..
Eggs easily tI'K"I..doohl'lI'e' state. with no limitations on the
are
Madison G : Nassau: Ii t ; Union .1! : covered stono Jar. Cover"with chic from Beth Its good: lines I
wholesome.. human food. Florida cities" would
most quantity
Ahichitii,, 2 ; Day 2; St. Johns 2. a economical food be milk to other lliiior| to a depth of two Inches and Its novelty, Jabot, collar of .\ cMc lirlK/ Kn-.lui coat It xlioun at the left. The other mmlelIOHH .
Eggs am an "Nunn exporting( .
1 --. -- above top layer. The Idea Is to ombre clipped coney, which Is ii I"'IIhi",, lint crcpo ilrrvx 1111"l lent of navy blue felt with
.
bit used In
nhould states.Florida
and more widely (
: COTTDN' I 1)1\11)5STIttTIONS shut tho air out of the egg so It backed by .itched.! revers of "xi'its of envy .Mil.in and while front with applique' of :Milan,
I lit dally diet. Let's cat more eggafor / Is making large importations will not "Hpoll". The eggs will' 11I x1111. Its surplice closing on I J"

our health's nuke of butter cheese condensed ,- aide. I it perfectly balanced iliiHlve olil-fasliioned festinate charm of the ';
:: several months und will be the I left \ : Boinetlilngdinging costume. A
f :
oalll"Hvllle----I; ; keep
tt o n growinglemonHlriitintiH .------ milk milk powders and other by a single/\ stitched, pocketon to her, tho Hut crepe pointed fox neck piece a blue silk J
for cooking
I (. .. are I being conducted ('1111'$ milk by-products., 'Iheso products all right food value of the purposes.The preservedegg .. I I lie right xldu.llelgn frock was designed to emphasize flat purse with inserts of brilliants .{

under the n supervision of the are coming from areas where the georgette lines I It nil II. This type ot woman hhoiild 1 while chamois gloves and pearls
The flavor
Is not lassened. I
agricultural extension division InKseiiniMn. The American hen Is a most farmers are re..dlnlhl"h producing forms the one-piece. frock under It always capitalize her charm by complete it.I'ol0r.

F r :" Santa Hosa. Okuloosu economic producer of food cows a cheap ration of homegrown arid appearance are Injured I some I'roi I making I the most of it by choosing f

Jac.k..fllI.'II..hlll. Leon MadlHOII feeds The price, paid the what and they do not equal that Simple soft garments with gentle flow. the Keynote I Ii;
of the fresh egg which Hliould be The georgette/\ frock Is' n.simple! Many! women do not fall In thecategory
and Jefferson' counties. TimdiinoiiHtratloim All our" prosperity. must conic farmers for the milk going/ / IlIlnthe..o collar Ing lines-never tho strict tailored
for coddling with n'imnn' 't line ( of either the tailored f
used" poaching or / one I
In eneh county lire from tho land. Don't let It lout. .. by-products would nverage1C suit. .,:
The whlto Is.. thinner the yolk flattens nnd an (accordion 111<'"I fOci jabot clinging!: vine.' Some
under Ihn of the cents.. for the mil k. I ths.ho.
supervision county a gallon from shoulder Small for street
out. The white Is not ea"IIYwhlpl'E'cI. running the length of '' '' are classes
agenl. With Ilio cutting out of our virgin Records..; publlxlipd.. by the U. S.
to hem. Sleeves Recond tho jabot Navy blue and I white 1 tat crcpo all by themselves because oC their
) In addition to other fertilizerslined /; timber' second: growth Is be /Itureau or Dairying state that 4G Idea, with pleated ruffles running combine to give thin frock chic unusual coloring. Thin should

\ nt planting, dole, 160 pounds.. ('omllllmol'o and more 'Important per cent of the nation's supply of When eggs' which Im < been from cuffs to elbows The frock's iiHefulness and charm. Its front form tho basis of their decision

of nitrate of soda furnished. by ami valuable. milk Is .condensed. fluid milk for preserved, \vuter-glass are put fiilnpBs comes In pleated able panel panel. and revers of white slum- or what to choose. For color Is

tile Chilean Nil: rule ot Soda Kducutlonal I household, nten\ oseN. 47. per rent .Is : on the market they should not beHold *. late a roat-dress and oink It unusually the keynote to their success In

I Hurenu will be applied" IIH Each, your a line of fire 3:1,000\ used In the I manufacture of the l as fresh eggs. It Is better Beige; laco Inserts" .Hoflcn. the smart. for street wear. Its dress

a elI"'-ll'o"KIIIK to nne acre, of cotton miles.. long and two-thirds.. of n various milk by-products 4 percent 110 use preserved, pggs nt home and rather high crown of the, beige: only fulness.. comes in its\ pleated Tho tlllnn: blond tho Irish col-

just after. chopping.\ Another milt wide pats.. lln.. scarlet way IH.. fed to cows.. und other animals sell fresh eggs (lint are being produced felt hat Its softly rolllns!; brim front. White borders, tho skirt Icon typo with her, blue-black hair,

acre will receive no Kldo-dresslng.' .. through our woodlands, striking' :3 per cent U.. wasted In various during the winter. ends abruptly I In the hark to make and cuffs, put on by handwork. the ashen blond--these have all

Accurate records and yields.. of at the very heart of our national ways. On this basis.. Florida .__ -_ way for the 111110 how that the Thai motif of the pearl belt, buckle heen remembered<1 In the new color

both ncrcu will IIP. obtained proxpcriI y. dairymen should double their In- .................. ... /10.. coffee and. beige gros/; grain handing la duplicated in white on tho card. designer.. have created this

{ j forms" there. Roth coat nail vest ce.Itlno. year. Tho only problem Is to soled -
-- -- ----- -- -- : LAWTEYMm. : hat are dlHtlnctlvc snort and felt with Mno Milan: rlr- shades that Halter and frocks. i

.,.,. '" 0"'''' ..t- -r.//;. : !:. I:. Hump). ('.>r dressy. No: wonder tho model! felt: y st ..I ,' fl'!I'.n" : L "" of. she must carry a cane! front fashions the hat that adds This done the well-dressed\ and "
; ............. '... ?wr i
; /f For the who Mill lifts on Its bit to tho total effect oC cCJoyed -
"' :r .! :tr'1iJ" woman appealing woman steps forth i iI
___ < I .,"", ., / ; Mrs. H. H Thedo was shoppingin I j
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.. -. : ..f'';Er E-!, ,-if' \ ..tI ..;'.. ... \\. Jacksonville Thursday.W. I vnto Hchoul\ and all children wishIng by all present. Superintendent I fresh eggs/; :' In Florida. Cold storage j
C'YOllr..1 attended theMasonic
:: :. J.f..1\ :, / to attend will meet with herat Wiggins/ of Starke presented 1 I eggs'' are defined ni those kept r
o= In Jacksonville.Thursday. .
"'" meeting
the H'hoolIonlay! morning. the diplomas ,eight which were In cold storage, shipped" egds as

i 11I ; .- t: Wednesday night a program that /given and 1'1'11)1'"UM offered by eggs' whipped.. Into the state andfresh
: Mrs. I.. J. : and two children 1- "
,1 : King 1 had. been cleverly\ arranged" by the Ilpv. Klckllter of Starke and Rpv. egg as I those produced In :

))1-:bI.f. ... J.E. of Jacksonville visited her touchers rued pupil.. wan curried liobliiRon of l.awtev.Mrs. the state of l Florida.' .. Such a billIf ;
I .1p ..:;; : ...:.. \o4\\ _-= sister, :Mrs." ,h. 10.: Burncy last.. 1>
rI := -._ :=--=. \ 1 out lu a very pleasing manner and K.: 1'=. Hiiruey accompanied mode Into a law would go a

I ..::' .-t- "': r7ilnj $ .=_Er:: ::I.a'1' week.Mrs., J. T. Moore visited.. her, showed what the Kawtey boys and by her sinter. !Mrs. L,. J. IIIIJ.Ctlld: long way toward assisting the ff.:

. .. girls are capable of putting on In :Mrs. it. 1*. In Florida poultrymen. "
/' -' j -' : ., parents, /Dr. IIlIdl\lrs. O. W. BrownIn Sapp was shopping
e1 ...:! _. : --I home talent work. The auditorium Starke Friday.
/ 'v,
1 I ;; 4j: 11" : f,11, "'- ':,: -i::=:;-=.:. ::i 'r r H.Tampa A. llnuc last'hard week.made u business was nearly the crowded. and !Miss Joyce Terry of Waldo "

everyone enjoyed program. spent the weekend with her parents -
"I- -U trln to Slurke last week. Friday' at 3:00: o'clock the (pupils Grove's I
fA > In I.awtey.
/f S- -fM vlsIitor ...
v ; )IawJw J. It. Rowe was a business
In the seventh and eighth grades,
:Mr. Mrs.
till and 1 There and three
iy' /' ,' V.-.aS:. !rl- <. I |tf S 1.Ii I Ills" ?hGII 3S&Fjfe& to Jacksonville last \Vednes-I' chaperoned' by their teacher Air. children visited In St. AiigiiHtlno
i 4
JUv( i b ..a day TastelessChill
'. i1 a1 Lonnlo Futch also Mesdames Futch/ Sunday.
w ti t his
I ('has." Hill was visiting
I '" : and I.. It. J1I1I went to KliiKsIey J C. S. visited his mint

,---1' ; Ty :StAK r' ;Jri.'' ; ?St; Vr- ,f| /1' .'. "i ? >., ..;, SJ.AX"IW brother I-. 11. Hill) hero Sunday. Lake and enjoyed a picnic Monday Mrs. I':. K.Skipper: Ilurney, Sunday. TonicIs
w Miss Hazel Futch of Miami Is
1. mr, the ,
,. S'y, night graduation exerelses -
\ visiting/ her parents, Mr. and Mrs ---
t held at tho auditorium.
were
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I here for several A bill has been Introduced In an Excellent Tonic for
Futch
.. t Ccorgo
:, I 1I' I r' 'v A14 Jr7- ,nt. ynwi i ... Congressman H. A. Dreene Rave avery the House that would classify cold
Y Y i1 ? 'w eau n b' ry NIJr t Gi r weeks.Mr.... Women and Children eoo
\nwY' + : and. Mrs' II. C. Cox!: and son interesting/ talk that vas en- storage eggs, shipped eggs and

r 4 l: I I +( f dry s 4 m +"evrnlf .
: rS j 1s I r } h"11 Tau ., were business' visitors to Starke .
IL1 ,
l''ti .uI'r9e' wr"i I ,: y. n yrx rJU last week.

r ....... ,<1:}. "'I '
.... Henry .\!hart $Spoiilioll' O.i 6J".Ai'01 :
.! rI>
M.S1. .flf.'t" lI..nrylhl'l.t Sponhollz, son of ...- ..It-i
.
: August nnd Louise Sponholtz was ,..I.
.. f-vJtAA A .l _T IT.-I..or.. "'''''V'b' P'l4 '' ri
county, 111., nnd died nt J'" !'" t '
'C;; J 1 1i""
6xrirVTar. Liiwlpy Flu.. Apr 21, t !>27. aged I'
l'Ytn4S'.7.Y :;I
+ t' .
:
uw. Bf.IM.., ,
R2:! years' 7 months und 21!) d.iys.

I He wan united 1 In marriage to t

( t I ',. ,.4f\ : -4- Katherlnu ..1. llletz. Nov: 23: 1911at ..a 1. =\

tt t aI't Son Dulac, Wl. To this union : : ':\ .......
u
I' \
/ 'r<'1" --, .--.---:' :..... '" were horn .six. : .children one .Iau;h- t' .f" .. ',. >> tJ--
1 '7 .'.7, --r-.., ter und live sons, namely, Lester, It! 6.Iritif:- :";;$' ( .
.
.
.
I lla Ivan Arli, )Mllo and I.eland.He ,. .

; rP .f' / )-,, ):'. ." Joined the iermun ;Methodist ...
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a "! 1", t tJ
t iiCltl// stl>. LlrLVArI .... t'I I Kplscopnl church when he ; !
Il :;
1E r I\ .. : ,. ; .... $
,I \.m.t .... Ioc was IS years old In KenoslmVls.., !.J11,, .. _.....
.d. ,
1 r1. after graduating from u I businessschool 'I'm '

1 ": ,f. 11' I .," I ho attended naldwlnWulInce >. ,.: r!'" '., 'I",.'", """".''f1. _.. ..

,'I ; .
I .J d college Deiea. O. lie was
t.\ .
\ 1\1.
'-c' ,
1 \\\ 1 received on probation Into the
.1' German conference of the ; r
Mctho-I
; :A i
r-, 1tDiaodA'Z r n t 1ri;-S( I .'\t "1ti dist Episcopal church In September '
( l ? : I 1DO.r Ho served churches, InVlsconnlii '
t'1 !
J a- !.J. 41.11'

I xK-rr'*'l'-'+!?....,ni-;.;;-il I l >....'tri': .1 I J \ Minnesota and. .
; Kllnlln"l
I I I : Ir"'* : f'1A. "t '" for in yours and on .
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\f StfAS) 5' ;\; .., .., i
.. ..." ".. "( :nr! lie devoted
i ,yUiJ.l/r-| -;o.oo.. 'i'< iv55 JtOyf" years was a '
11 ;!? ... . ..".. ,
>>. : <'y.ot. ,. ,'" member of tho church and n faithful -

.. :: .., .. ".....,...'i:. """ \ follower of his Lord and :Slats-I the Top with plenty to
ol' 1 *
"3 '" f\'hoJ
I ? II' !* / '.. ..* .". .'\ .. .. .,<;:>, <. ,.>....... } ter. I spare

KLOOliPUAAJ ifi."V. ; -. .. :. ? 'r: \>t.-."" :. I Sunday afternoon a short service )

I< t .1. >...!;,/' lJ.fJ.. liVING ROO "L. -. was condiictpd at the home I Ianolh..r Hills thatrave been the tradlStandllf"d Models
and held In
v. '" was Cracelchurch I Coach $1285

l'l: l'SU.\I. 1IV:, 0\I.O\V the living' room Is shown herewith. gable, the unusual' 'Iron lantern In l.nwtey. conducted by tional test for i motonforn mostpowerful Sedan. 1385
the pa.ster. 1. V Robinson assist
The curved and the thatch-roof of Custom Built Models
ceiling iinsual effect the shingles -
Wlnt bride would not bo de.f fireplace making attractive features. over the front door the flowerpot ed by the llev. Hooks pastor of cars are topped. by the no..darer :ISO.
the Methodist: Episcopal church ; ,
Ph."ton.
)lighted f with this quaint tittle' hnn There 1 t8 n very attractive cut-outs on the shut tern. All\ flOG
RllloW? dining alcove, well Starke. Hudson. '. Super-Six on a rising brougham 1576S
a equipped are the notes of Individuality that lie was laid away to await the .PaNa. Sudan 175.
s The one floor house eliminates" I kitchen teen porch nnd entry with result in n harmonious and attractive ressurectlon sedan Mt
morn In Crosby cemetery. speedometer. 7'.c
V'* lots of extra steps for I the busy space for the Ice box nnd two whole / .. t.a. k. DtnU.

housewife who will\ tind\ tt no mnre generous bed rooms with tiled It Is not everywhere that attractive .W sac tr+.4. n.

trouble than a compact city npartment. bath. Plenty of closets are provided -
houses
and sucha
are seen S< |hool| ClosesSchool
At thp 'name t'me' ono huh thus making a place foeverything
one as the above would prove closed In Lnwtey Friday,

tho advantage of ones own house housewife's and helping to lightenthp constant source of pleasure and Apr. 22, after a very successful HUDSON SuperSE. 'ix
and a very charming und uuuaiulou work .
gratification.
.. term the majority of the children
ul thul. I There I
are attractive do-
many Complete working plans and paMng to higher grade Our

On" enters the hoime through A lulls, about this house each worth specifications for this house may I,I, corps of teachers have been very

j mall rostlbulr Tho front door of uolt be obtained far nominal ,
a sum I'lTlolent. and we hope to have them
:1 Ii < 'ui-M-d head and Is built up ], Thn trim rt that MMm ilncld'h from the Building Editor Refer with ua next term. :\11'81 l Lonnlo I H. SMITH

ol 1 U.IU, It.- < T'i- Interior of ,i.vr. the tndow In the brick to house A-l17 I 1 Futch will\ teach a sIx weeks prl-' ', Starke, Fla..











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.\\'. .U'ltll. 20. '''27. nn.UI.'oIU} ('OUSTTI.I (.U.U'.:. ST\1tKE. 1"LOIUI\


-- dm, IIIK month ;" Drfomliintit KMdllT KNK1IIT. 1""
Iti'iipi' '
si.11" lie, KinMiilliltniM
THE I Uul Apr. 1 I ins. ... 1177.I.'r. Workers v/io feel lazy.languid. : : :\ by: "II rtnxlt nppomloto ::11 f..r Complainant.
WORLD OF SPORT I '. \ Ifl iho.I'Im"\f.) In tho ahoveHtntotan l-l-f.l-4-sn. .
IN .
Hal Mnr. V(J7HeceiptH :,l 6"" ."blue" orTOD < **!- 1 UnH,y, tho dofoml.IIH 1
during' month '" ,. should ChACUINI t"'.(tn ...',,1 IK a non h1.t.t I
taku E
.. '* H.I11' I r.7Iklfttrlct! 2'" ,. dol tho. Siato, of 1"I..rhll.. nnd nor VOM. ..11.t".1:
\i. II .' IH < IK over th
111
I la tftat Aet* re.ut. quickly* 1'.1. IUWI tln> Il-iobv notion \IH iflvon. that T.V..
IlKl. I I. J'!<27IticilplH SI 1:1:I :MlJi i\\oniv "" yvniH. IIIH io ,
VICTORY FOR u. s Mi" .."I"P"luiu you. 1..r ,, .I. Kviii'i'Kim. IIH of llrnilforilI'niintv
nLDEN AND RICHARDS PREDICT DAVIS CUP .- dnrlnir niontli 711 o i i.1 that nald nonroHUUMtilofcnd.tnt Ih.rr
riminir, montli, I2snI'M ,O I l h l>u and lit lu-K'Uy r"'llll- |1.1'11'11. 111'' nnd hy vlrtun -
HOW SPORTS I1KRK AND) IN ENGLAND DIFF \a"I. 12 I'd to t" tho tll of complain of Ihll nxncutlnn IHHUOI!
llnl M'ir II.lr"1. 0'| (UrIH'ulu/| ; IlrlJ Stort* tth ,d I In."I..1,," tmiMo i> hofoii* Mon tiv nnil tinilor Ihn hnml nnil ont if

-' iluiliitf ntonlh '7"1 dtv., Iho v'nd 1 ,il.iv I of Mav. A. 1. I l':i; ;;. tint'lorfc: ; r Iho I'lrriilt: : Court nfli.nir.nil I'.
1.1.1. --- ---- --- 'i-niiniv, Klorldn.' In Hint
BY PHILIP MARTIN l H ilii"i hirt nn.nt h I 117'I I i.tho i wi Nt' tli> nlloKat 1.1. .f III
,,. I l'2T' """""' 1,1, ""'1' <, .r r"1 ,hill \\ II In* ,l.ikiMt IIH .. ..HHIM' h'HII ," '11''" ".' rnifint of iho sffrnnlcnyCututmuv.
T1L.DEN and Vlnnle Rich 1.1 l>l.trlft No. I.IUniilraft fnllh ,iiml I. a K '""1'11"'" "" : hi ilofrmlaii' I IIt l n ri>rpora.llrin:
: : ; :
BILL ( Mm,. 1. 1 '27 MS SfiIt.iolptt I ..\\an1 i>d. th.' mi. 11" both emptiatloally declare I dining lunntli 11:\ r.J! r\. utf. I tin .n\ll ami glviTho ln, .uici 'a wuolc fifour t"",,",, mi tbn 10th. ilav of 1"r.h.
United States Is h"1, ..' IlhIMh.1 Urndfi I A. l ?, 1 hnv i Invloil
[ that the sure to ilui, 'lu month 7(1( 111'.1 ,' wookH In tho : \
.I "I"
twin the Davis Cup aeuin next Bumllmcr. \.I'.nl.. I I IH.7 47(i (3llUtrlil rlttlit" 11." to rejo.-t "'iiiml .\' .id ...11. 1'101"1,1.i nowHpnpepnhltHhfil ,. will noil I tn tho hluhodt, hrrr foroiinh.
\1 .... 1 tilt bUlti.riaiia I \ l nnd 8lnlo' diiflnir' tho loitnl ( nloon
Dick Williams. Frank Markey. : I Mai, I. l'.l.7 : X1 tO!) niul: *!><::<'IflfutimiM mny :Inwt'on I This' :"II".2'Mh. 1927. MomliM, tho Snd dny MOV.A. .
"Buz" McAilum and otlirr net exTperta l.d.I; i-iptH .il'iilnir' 23.1.2 nt thoiiu. of thn county onHlmor (1 W. A11>KHM 1N., ll '11)27. In!: front. of Iho Son iilniir
\\.i"11,.,ini..liMliitt, :m."t .flfiI.nl nittl 1 onplon of tho pliinn i"'nhe >' ( ,. t'loik ili'fult Court.l of tho, Ciiurt luiimo In fltnrk -, 11
chime in with a robust "nitijto : Apl I I'7 n."lh ( ohtaimnl foi" ft I!.Tit") fui,' tho 11"1" "I l '. .\ KVIOHT.K Hrndriird Count v. 1.'I"'lla., the. fi. -

!" This glvei America n clear Illklrlrt, ".0. HII'ni 11\010 "" ""1' ","1 (''II'es' .r tn,' ',',' M .1)1 1 NH. ly iv-ituiy riork livwlnit |"'' '' 'tnWll.Cuio .

lead ID I the bnllotlns--but the MII I, i ins" i IO..soi II.IM mnv bti > oblll',1' for |2 50 |1001" ..\.11.1 fur 1'.mlol.IIII.I. 1.1 Cain' HficrlHtf t r hNIh"11
month I W. J .
n 90 Iopr.
i:. I'lpi.i.n" IIIK
French hiivt- Just boKUii\ to voto. 1 iii' tnt" *> iim" IIIKT niiniih' 50l K. S. MATTMKWH.Tlmlrtnnn.. -I-rt ---- Ir'll' .,,',! 011 I Y. icorlu-i.|

There were only two Frenchmen l ii .vpr" I !>'J7 111 HO I \oncnIn \ KSIIIIT.
I IHilrlrtn.. IT (iA. I FUTVll. Hp..l'l Ir Htiirlio, 1 .
In the flimlx fur t the Imlonr thnmploiiHhip .
l I. Ina7 SI'17 I Cirrnllflunil ( Klunth' .Mtiinu-yH" fnr l'hlnl". -' -.KI43gM
,
)11' 'OUI
licre The others 1 .11.t.'al
( were :. 0.1., ilui' "Intr month 1.90I'l -.U-Gt- Si, a*.. .f ,Fl'iiMn, ,
too busy to come over" l .\1| l l'i.7 Kid 17lilMrli'l 111'1 OP mill I |"] l*until v. InO I'hll..... ,. 1"I.I',1 I ttinit'K .\itllorohv

But the La\l -up inn to his will I il I. 'I'i27, :. IN ..71; I Not lot* Is h"I'"II' Rlxoti' thnt ." 1 luloili .,'II. iMidlov' 111'' .1., 1. "Clark, mil I loo 'In 11\'n thn I".I'r

I lie play..1: I outdunri mill Mr Tllilcnot l, ;. "|:11', .liiifiur. in.iiith. so 4r .11" 1.1pt II, r J7, I will olTfifoi .II"IIIIIM. nnil' liy vlitiio. .f I lain' tnll

b1. m.iy be right In unite of a \\iillnnlN' tlllllllHT, Illiilltll' lr.liriI Hal.abiitit 12% tu IftO hojiil "r''' "'" ;"I I! I4ncn! ot al ,ili-i-i" '" out ol, oil hv Inn Ilnn A
( ok iiittl*>. iM'lotiKtntr, to thi "Hlllp' ; I ,\.IMiiH, iiiiUii l<:iithlll 'Inl i.'lrull -
143 112I
I il I \pl" 1 I I.I i"i; I ,' .lul
bad sell nn last yir.: Mr Tlldon Inettll 1 nf .1'. \V I'aitfti, ilct.<.1.,1. 11.1 .,1'' .. ... .i.f rinrlda." ,In nud rn. rtrniir.inini ,
coiiHlileiei] I the piptnlcr racquet' I r1: >.KHI1!.p l'OI''IY. f hI. ,tttlc tn tluhlKh<'Ht 'ln .1.."rr "i "" \'. ,In I'hniu'iirv un tliu *ill nilnt
,' .
"r \ ,l'| nl. 1.1/11\ 'l.i.lit- f.-i ...anilThis IN '1MI, : : orTIIK: HTVTK/ \ 01FTi -' i.r 1'h., A IV 1027 tl.altain

wli'ltler ( of the anmteurH). Hut the .Mull I I. 11127I lHh .lux'ltrl.\\tI1.1I r 27 ,'," "1-niiHn thofollt" |1' ""-

cup nmtclica this summer will be no I 'h. nli\ .fi'lify Mini Ihn: fol'OROIIIK 1 : \:: Ttho, dofoinlnntH, to-wlf: I......'" Iho llrnilfiinl' Ilnl <, a
: : .
: :
waltz to victory. -i, :nlomoiil, ,: of tho ,ii.ii'lplH nnd .22-21 .\.I"'II.lrn' ,",'. Hlalla IIH Truwtoos for IdwR,1 .'.I..1I.n.' .I'iiiiiiilnlnnlit, nnd liiin-
0'-1.1.1'1' of tho fiinilH, of Hrnil- -.-- Koniu'dv::: Hi'iijninln: : : U thrown. Onlxttio I 11"f".,' nndvlfo, _\nnln Hullo

", i..univ" ",' tho m.niih nf Mnrrh1'i27 11} itis4: i.t iiot > | .i uiHiimo, Kilwtirtl: P Camp- ".f".I., l"I."nl.1111",1.,1
IH tiui'' mid' i-orl'i'il.' in t Illo IIOMI .II IN.II, NoupiMt It lOnlcH: nnd. llniiiinhItlalla 'in pi.i nl, I.. ,
WHY III It HO hard to keep our .I 111% It no\\,: 1 li:>dro nml li.'ll.'fir. :, tho "rirttdoiifn" of o.irh, nnil 11 ""nil' 1" ,Cn. ii '.' .1'.11111., f t I. A DnIn iiffoTM tlio followliiK'
amateurs. lioaent ? America bas \vicitiiNs.. ,. nf "hum 'aii"* unknown xccpt h' Mjii mnli'iBiwnoil, Ktiorlnl A".I.r In'linuooiy

IOIIK puzzled over that pioblem and County; lilblli',: 1 Siitirliitnndontof [iiHtrurlfonHi.iil.o ; : : 1' .\.11Iol':./ ',.,..' l.r"'le,1, for ( hainnsti l'ori.mntv' :It;, IIntoH Klorlda:: u ho,and rowldot.limnn I:; In J.Otantri1" Konnodv \lilildor:,: : fur;, will rnnli: HI'II;durlnir to I th. loiri: \!

l rotmlr,.
now comcH Howard Savage with a in 1. ...1.11.1 IMIIIIH nulo Mnmiav 1
I
I""WI." IIH"I'I' of on Iho 2ndliiv
fin Apr. 4, IOL'7.--Manrdiiiil "l .I.A 11,1 h".I'MlrrldnA l nf ri'r 1"1.,1, I, I < of Mnv. A. I). In' front nflio
partial uimwur In his retmit, on : \\ '' UIIT.
t I Ktitrkc, : :j:: ; ::i: : ;: 1 :
1 .In 'ing-nlar ffftniloiilth nil i 'I I"'I'I 'I'"WI ivlfo Ida d. ,CiitupliMl I-M ward IMiilli South limitof' tho (Cnlirt II.IIIMOn
games and upoi'ta, In Kigll.sli) universities "M., m.i' .'IK pii'Mciil" M* I. W Kltkiit. 'nnd' wlf,'. .\iiiv Unwlov IMallu\ tittdMloiiport Slarlio.I llrailfurd C.iiinlv, Vlorldn' '
,' '. II H : II. i ,-; 1' mcsoi.vron TIMT1MI18T : : : ;: :: 1
: i May am A HiirI Thai II IM horehy lUitor-, II 1 KHli'H" In Ih.\ own right' tin follii\\hiK' doioi'lliiiil lunilii' Ivluifmil
I'll.'V I Iho I"'n... f ".1 all of 'In lltnilford t'miittv, l.t 1 KngllHhmitn maintain his .1'h I"n.
fol-
-e "11 nod n till "" timl .tho
Miniiiiof, Iiml I nuotliiK fond" 1 and I .1..1 whom mo "" ; : : "' l A itildivld-
activity In Hpnrt much lon l'r. He .IPIII, .\ ...1.1I .1i I'twliitt, : rtH'tH n"'I'll' (port ntormn'thihri: !lon :ofti \.1 nnd, ,-,1"(111':11'11. 01 ,1. <, \' ">,il -\1' In. .\-AloVlllh| NKH" nnd
i-otf, I ml Iti
".
may play rtinby or asxoclutlou foot i : | i Wnnilitt, w an Klti'ti tho nil- lie ,1 j repaired* K nnil hnril-Hinfiin. ""11",1 ,to t h. and 1' ni"1"" 'In I thn :-H'A of H\VV, ,and I NWl. .11'.1' i.. 'tiniirnhnin, ..honl. l.ullil- "PCMIM '' Cmirt 1 of HID 1 IClHhth JinllrlilUi'iitt 'I '|'ii\vnHlil|II ((1 ""
ball In uii amateur club until lie Ii >l. wllli lu'coKimry 1111"11 el,1 cuiltrhoirv \: :: nl.L:; .Ih.
iii.. .. li" l" itpnlr" Mm u>"fiili iiinni" -.f Kloitdu. in ami I for Bradford ,, :,
; thirty or more, cricket until lie lalifly. .. 'inntrlnH ,"e tin' nlilotlth InlH (mint' v. fit MonditV. I ho 2ndlav A. s. rnnws,
: il, and t tonnU an long as ho ran IM.' n, ,r sliluiH nud wl"I""M., "I Ini at root from tho IntorHOPMMH of l"v. A. U Din nt ,Iho rourtUMIIHO Himolal Mimior 'III ( 'linni-ory."
i I. iloiu in, a of ,t'lH-i-rv, ,anil Ninth' FI"'I. hilli Town. of Florida l\ '. ,
') '\ enjoy It wltiiotit acute discomfort .i l ,,,. t. Ilu" II"'".''' t .f PhiTi v 11 II h to answer. n nwurn 11'.1. pninJinln ., ,.111'1', "I. :111'1'

to himself or his opponents. Some 1,1., fin, llrnolirr illKtrli'i orilcr-" "", .. 1.IIII'' .nhl ,'r.'t.1. ( oxhlhtliMl aKHhirtt YOU' and. olliorlofondiitilH t..lh'I.!. H for, ('."II"lnnll.
times. but less I I than .'.11"1..1 i" \.tin from I.h" I ,' In Iho' nln>vo 111.1 ronrlliv -
frptiucntly an I' \. .inm' .'oil thnt Stin| i liitnmli,,nl, M \Vn1imt anil Ninth FtrootH Inho Iho, (''II.lal"" "I. O 1 ,v
American he will rcsoit to u gymnasium \\ u"mi.nnd H. 11. Mny huy mntoriii ininrtHTilim of Wntniit ami TVnlli, InI.1 C.11111. to fororloNo' n P".1 >i \ N 11lloii'1i
1" 11':1' \
for exercise.. He lakes K.'d IIIIMoroclt'i] on uld jn'l "front. **. ""IIln. Htild IntorMortloiiKNinth I iniiri* \ folnw IHK IntiilH l> lnind uiitii'o irlvon thnt'
un-
t I h" .,' Mio HillnolHi .Iho : I: ; : : 1
a nllilliiHto 11'"n bo In ir lu t Iho rounih'H" of Urndl..rd ,loinml, Mrtuo of Hint I'ortalnIi '
liy "
prldo In keeping lit. ,. ,..,11," ..r Ninth' nnilVnlmit, MioolH" (o "Caof| .tho Htato' of l'lnrId'i. ... .
. I.1, I Inti. ...thm Ninth ami TtMiniloi 11,1 .il' .1. i .- of fot'orluHlirn' inaito hy
: 1..1.1 ndjonriii'il lo M..inlii\\ r-4 I. wit. All Hint 'Ion U. NI
: n 'lloii.i.ililo' 1
..I 1 .. .Hoonor, 11,1.l i\ .n n.. I 1'111"1 u f.ild .Inl "f ." .". I f NK:' :. t'I':: f.f N\Vi ,, Si.:' ,. S'' of ,,:: : H :"f; Hi.A ,:Clwhth AdltliiK.ruillolnl, onn' of Plr-tholinlKi ,
WTPIIB Amcilcan worker who I 11 ,\. NoWL'll, tOIII'lllllR 1 Till 00 SI.Ih f.I, th.. 11"'I'H""n -> \\ ''t of :; II. MI'i' : of \,(; >: i, tilt, i.f vt\ iil.i, In rhnnn0rv nlttlnir,
.. 1" lr, lltl Ninth ainl I'h.M" i v Mtrct-tH (o I "< \ : : :
| \ \ :
'' t'I-: Sl'.i, of SKI I ,, of HITlion HiMionlt 1: ; rnurlfor; Mrndfonl
: n
pla Pd football base- ;
once or .
> Mi I; cVhiii" ', ,ti'.i. hiiii. 1.0 i Unit of Ninth. 11.1 fhnrcli, to \ :,' NI'IJ, MJI: nf NVV'iKK" '. ,
.iinn "Klurlila lha IflHl of
bull or run. appears to reach comparatively i i: :.I.,... ",'1'llnl 17500 111'-t. K, 'tn ,IiUn). Nnltt 111,1..tl.IH.. : of '.:' ,, Ni', of 11.:1: ,f Wifr nV I Win," 'Ii .\ P. "I'i'7" nn In fnvniof day"llmdf.i -
Mi' i : 7 ,.(oil *'h.MM St i .i fi,'oin I ilic which eiuly a. state of mind l I :Kni''\.I.I..hll.. 1"'hl,1, 7B.00 ,"M f rMn't i niul' ('nil nlroot, ** toi'if :-.( I.r: ; .; :..I.'j.1: H. N of NWl i I ': .nipltl';it: I'liunlr; Inaiil.', :, IttiiiU,and:' : I nirnlliHt:rnriiornilnn,';I: palNyItnndol ,RH
his admission .
permits paying '
Miorrv NI.I
MtiilIHHII .
Ml I I It'll lol..I..I..I..hl" 7 0" inioci.t'1-tton .f ni. .f 'lio N'' of of HmM. niul ,

I to watch amateur or professional ''-' .:..': : : ; : I IT.'iill) I .11.,1 _, 11"11,11' nnlil. h't..r..I.- : :..' all In 'T..wiiHhlp. 7 H""lh.1lal ,. ", t.v. l'n"ool., hl"r "IIIIHImiul ,-'
. 1 I'I :
.
Illnu 7000nnlo t Inn* : <' 'Jii 1':1.1.: ]\IIK| and. In .
teams com pole, sitting in the h.'n. "IH | M -, ( for unlo
\ 700(1i I from iho ln1MHfotlntt ,* "" Klnrlda. 1"111 II'I. wil .r.
WI"I. 'IOI.h'1 ThompNon' Hiroot 1"lf..1 V. .- .mil, I h Itoorf
bleacher>! or In the grandstand and i < v\ i .1 .'" '"" 7ti.onI of. ThotniiHon nml '*11)! \\iiNlilp. 7 Hoiitli, Itanfct'' ,iho,1'unit t II.IIIHII in h.Klnrlio" Klorliln -
reading ai'couuls of games In the I I.. "I i KHUN' tnnohlMR' 7n.onI rlicpt8" 'to fho Int"'I.1" of ''h""II' '.'.1 Ka.i, I v I n K: nnd h.t"1 1 M: In i 'la v ilurlriK, I Ih,' li'ttnl', IIOIIIH of unlon
I \ c"ntiorly, I"I"MI''I'II'Ion' 7B.0(1I .i unit liiflinlliiH. "i'oiintKlniidn, which mild nmrtKiiK" "
I papers His interest tends toward .n j.I.01 1'"I "> M'.iidav iho ZII day of ,
Vincent Itltlmrila (loft) nnil Hill Tlldcii after n n-criit nuitrli. I U ( IniiU'V, I. ..111.1 ,IllMlnII .Ihl Iln"H"I'I"n." "a.' j'lvMi to nooiiro" Iho 11' payf I'.i27, .In ,iho hIKI".1 t 'and ".JII"I.
passivity. at a relatively early ago. II "'''111.'nl.I'"I' ," r.11 ( t ." t h" lntofM.">. "' 'iho n"11.1": i HIIIII of fur, riiHh Iho fiillnwInMT doNrrlliiuliniitioilv .
The Englishman's Interest la sport 1''Hull: 1""I., |1'-| | lion of f'hiirh nml Totith HrM( >iM InIlic .'1.136.nO with 111"1'', '' fnofI Kllualiil anil liuluir In
who ouco strove to win were engaged to consider Itperfectly I n Ui.1[ lnl' ?rHi'rtlmi of riitirih" nml NoituHtroot ," t "HI.I Mp ,
THOSE | fniintr. Klnrldn' '
rOle ""n.lf.,1 :
appears to remain active until Ii \S Mooio' lraiiMi"i'tallnn| i Itu'hhlinic;: : : .nM: tntn; nnrtlunN I I In di.< frin it of api ariho .wl
hire \ : i 'h,1 anil, ,
now have their hearts set on justifiable to Homo : : ; ; :: :: ::: 1'11' Hliunttil 'In
Ih.
"
1"0. 1"1
I |
much later In his life. I. l'M\MiriM: I run-p.i" latl.n I Kt'illdI HtiMM-t" from, 'tho 'Intni'MRi'lInn ilmo and '
seeing others achieve "glory. If good athlete to go to their college.!; I ,,11, Hi uo, IraiiHpiiilalli.n 1418II --if\11.1(ni In.1 ft'r MrnMH lo 'Ihi In- 11"1'1..,.'.... pio.. .itnfurtHii will uf"o.onnd I Mii'tiilnK-: 1 Ihn; NorthonHt. iriiirldit. ;: :: f'ornnr nnd roni-'of

their old school or college wins it In secretly planting 1 star on their 1 \'"'II.. NIIIII\| .iiiii I Dunlin "'r"'I, \\'nlor nml. 11.I.on nwiiliir.! ..". and tho I n ,,1'0"- ,full anil, lluy' HI'root" H. thononin I
TIIORE and Americans II \I..IIH. Inrldnnlnl, .(liiI. tu I hI' liiti'i-rn-rMon" I imtiH of Mild hill of omnidalnt' Nm I h..I"'lv, ,"n'1.
more areA makes them feel a reflected glory. university eleven they think they wil a nlonic
\. I. W ', hoilid .i M.". o I 12(1II ( m; HI" i"oci H, i m'iiniiiiflr, hi 1 In* ink on ai i ,nf,>HHi>d l.y vonTho Unv' nlii, 210, foot .lr. .1 alloy,
Playing golf tennis squash' and If their favorites lose It Is a per have done something good-Instead "Ii Malioniil,I H. ,l'\-|. .21 Mu.I..1 oll, Ir.I., ,-" County. TII".h.' I 'iliiMioo In i l.a ""' "Inn.

similar games but they crowd what sonal defeat. Then they come to of, merely smirching Its honor. Socolleges \ It' Siii't'i,m v. hnaril Hi'ivlio, H.OO '""' ,'.',. from. thn IntorHnrtlotiof 1 W..,.. "I''h| i ,.lhl.h.1| hi tlu. iiliuilf HI.KIIIIH 'f"'n.Co'lvr"llnn.
i Aldt-i' t "iilluic, J Town Mini '. ,1.'v ,.
\ man. .51 Nona, niul 4'htiioh KtrrntH' 'thmuirl1t of .
little exercise they Into Saturdays the point of view that to win is tho clubs and managers of I'ut. 'In a ..III.'V i nndtuiiallil
get .1'.1.1
old I.'r.. .u. intc.i Knrilnn of Notm ami. WntuiKl I1! n" Ida. '1 hoiohv ", IIH .Ihrm ,' to
and Sundays-which Is fatal. HIO thing-win at any cost. track meets are tempted, to orl'r Inducements '> 1 il, Illl'l, IIIIKIUII'III |',*..10.FI.'OIl.. 'u-NtMiix-r, in whli'h' thlH, nollro. Mhullho ,' l"v' nloiiKCall Htiniitr
the"matelrHbecoIKo t ILII, T 1.r1 Thnt nil .r nnMmtvo. mihllHhi'd for r.u. roiiHiuMit' Iv":1.:11 I 1.',1 HI''I. .''
of oiinunonoomont
Among the great class of amateurs to amateur. Ald Thi.niiiH, ilinvhuc., I : >- |1.1" o ,
iVfi'kH
: 217 tn 1 ho with hrd-u, rock. Hinoroclt ,
KliiK. ami' nlliiatiiil tlm
holiiK
baseball and football cease with GRADUATES who would scorn. to of high pressure I m'hi-l., H, I"ld liliiHT' 2 .00 cuncrpto' or nl hor, hni,..1 nr- : Tho llonornhlo tl. wA 'I' ii i.f Kin flu-', ("liu, 'Ida, in

more or less bright college!; years or .., billiards or any hero worship are tempted to I'.,' .., it'iii'iitiiH:. U HI".OO fiii'lnv mat" >,i'lal an "nl.
i : Tlii.inti.il., janitni,', x ( nml, 'Hint Much .1 "I.\
i witb school days. What a pity! In which themselvesCOUNTY accept.at 51 IH 1'"wl Inln'I. .1. dor Iho otnVlnl. ntnl ih-roof. H .10IINH. M"8Inr.
W game they .nhnlM, ",'h'"o.' II 1111 (Ml t t '"' full form nm Ton of i A 11".1
'mllll, .111 1 HII'1,11',1 t \ (| 'omit v. fin,' ( '| .
It Thcilo, ". I 4:111I'll : .. ,' HH If II lilllt Of t tllll Kloitda.' ( ; .rrh. A. t ,11.1 0"111"1".1.t
----.-------- ---- \ 'Hal" 11'II, u noil, I ;| nilllniln.nl rpinlnilnn.TMIItn. .-I \ \11) 7 IHI I \ -1.21
und County nvii'Krniih, Tltnt all of Hol.l, iiavlnvi ---- -----
'" Starke Friday Saturday. 1".1111. 1H 2100 >r I hut or unv purl. wh,>ro l c.V.. AI.t'I.I.\: :, :0.1..1.1; <> I.I..H. ".
: Miss Ohio M.irr of Starke 81"nl .. ('011111 Tnli'irrniih' nniv ho 1"11.,iMTOHHiirv in tho' tmlKinonnf I (Hou I I 11,. (.1.:11.1.: ...
in IIH 'iiiR-. 0(" thin hodv Plmll hnva I Ity C A. KNUllir,
of her sliter
here the guest 1 l1n""Ir'"t"
HAPPENINGS Monday J.V.. 1".ln.' crayon, 1 II :3' <1 in 'Inn, ftuhlttKN, 1.1.H, I ti.1.41 t y clorl*. N'olli'ii. In hnrnhy Klvnn I'uit nil

.1 j'- !rs. Annie Lee .Id 1 1"1. wnl" ', ::1 l .15.lli! or nnilfiK ami, ..nnP.I." ".. In.1.l ttuiarul INIOI'r' |.' / ICNMIIlr. "iMillloiH." 1"ln"'H." IH| rlhlllniiH' ami
K 01 3. S. '", ( 15 in 1 t |IH| I'liilniH
I'. and Mrs. Joe Harper I I .lp''I". ni (' I" "" nKalimtI
iiiiiiilalnanm.lli'iiliv ll
.1 c. .ManmiiK' liooliH; 1 611 tin, .H< I" Hhnl hnvi. full rnrl'l I".I"'H r.r I n.'lnl" i.f W ,nili'iv: ImvlH.' il.i-

AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS II Sunday.A.Lake Duller. visited. fi'lcndH her, .II. V.K.Inl"H.:. I.".,.,I....11..1 2 un 5.01; : nml, cffnct iPMitliitlonKOI tho 811" HH If 1 part 01thlH i."lt.IN.I nt Ihi'lr art.. I'lalniK hnri'liv' ilnlv r"'lnlr..1' | ,"oh""I"'LI.to prnn -

h..I.H. I 229 Itril. Thai norm of unit' ) | V.Inl \...., ,\ .1 IM|, to thn I Connlv Jmlvn .
niniiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:" "' "' MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHAMPTON' "' iiimiHimiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiniiiiMiiniiiinnimiiiiiiiiiiiim" "' "itimiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiniiiniiiSwas '''' ''' ''''' I A. Crewn of Fargo!; C3aspi'iit .. O.V.. OII"'lln. lilowlliMryard Klmll IKof it wl.llh of 1'"H than I ","IV. lorlila, wlhll onn vnarrii.ni

.. Sunday here with his fdthei 3 11''onJ I Twi-nly-Hlx fiM-t, oxrcpt Nnll Hlroolv MI"MI-II In Klvon ,Hint n..I'ral.1 | .Inl ,'. or thlH' n.I. will ho lnl.tl
: ........................ rendered by the school.Invocation. !. H C. .liiln.'i,Alili'iman" liaiiHporlallon., ( 7 7.51 \ h.h Hhall 1.1( lie !I"HH 'w"'vr. hy vlrluo. of Hint fi-llnln' "IHintlorriio l. I.til" thi'inof ,. ni iinrHnim Inili.htotl -
K. M. Crews.Mrs. /. rniiHiiortallon 4000Tliiio (> I Invl<\H h. ,an-l nrovtilixl I IMI I fit foroi IOMIII' n tnii.l.i liv lln' ,iiilal'lK i- ; : lo:: nalil:: '' rnotilrmlIn '
\\'. M. WlmbiTly, and MlH ,, I IIIIHIIII.HHiho NII.h. HtriM't' fromVn iniit ftrot tTcmilo A /. Ailltlli* .OI.t thfi' JiMliriirnf |iav thill, Hill.I ilchtK foilhwllh, I 1 ,, Inlln.
finthor
: JMl J 1'ln.no nolo Hilda Dnrclen.Addresses 'holliMT m. ,"*.| > | ,
'i I
avi'iimi" .hli Im 1".1 l no) I IM" MlKliOi ..lii.llilnlri'i't' | '! ..r l"d. KIII nxt'i'titor
... .III u Mil. <'ry hl'"II.' in lln< ''' HII> sjiiil ,iluy of March, A. P
Sunday here with Mr. and : l 1"1'-1'1.l I Thn t a n''v n ml a 11 "11"11-( 1'iuiil. fur "" '' I'M.mlv. ,1927.

>*4>*4><>4>4H>4>4H>>.4>4> >4><>.4>4>4>4)H. University of .Florida (iainesville. II. C. Wimberly.Ir. 11111"1''IN"II., ."tJH'' h.>, fuinlHhotl, hv nI l.'lni, ,'liln.. mi I'h.> laid' 1'1',IIV nf .I.r"h., ;iir.Mciiv M. II.VVIH

and 8111'1'lnh'llll'nt'IJgllll olStnrke. omplovoil. / hv 'hi. hoilv fui A Ii. 1 II37.!' In r.iv.r .t It lulni.. I NX.: ., ill..ir, liiitutn: ofV.. Klli.iI
A. Stephens; presented his and ..Irs. Nelson {Jreen Ir NOI H I: '10 C'OI'I\ Mum 'ih.t fui.|mi.i. ..,1 .h I upon' Hiihririti' >IN l'llllllllllllLlll'| | ', Illlll KKIllMHl' A. K. 'I 1." 5.1! '. I I Hi VIM. Mni-iiaHtiil'
tit' | Mo .if t i ,'"i|v ? \ ,
of | '14 NII.1' ii I. "' '"'II""H. I ii.nii < iiiitnlnus' 11.1 \\ 'iri.,.
dllul1hteIrs.! J.P. 1 Inner' with I Salutatory address hy I KdnnUliames. Slark.1'1' guosts !I. ald Sonleil, I.'Ills nlll l rpcelveit, lvllonril full fi. t < o ,",1! irft UH IT i .l lI .rI' .'".1'1"", nliiKlo' rliiH .1.I i 'Uiion, ,. .
Chevrolet I.andiiu automobile Mrs. II. C Wlniiirrly Sunday.J. of lloml, t" I his ...,111''hm nlllltli',' lltlil .lumen: Klll'llin: > | .|. | ., ..1.1.1.1N.II'
allOW 'I"'IMI""M. nf HI.I'I I' ) I, Timl. "'i'In 'In propoi'tv InHH ili'Ti'inliitilH::: : Tlif, mill.,: *riili; *,ii.'l: : uv
Iliirnslilcs ail IIX'I | Klvi-n I Ih.i
II. in a fonl H
which tdie Is enjoying these I IdllYs. 111.111'' .II'y.' 1.1111, ut Ihn ', Khiridit. I" linIv '. I".r..v hit
Class prophecy, Howard Moore. of lh" ." Iho hoard, nlStniki .I..n of Mini ko. |'"lnl' Mimt''r will nlTiir f.ir c.ili'nml I".I""H'"n",1 i i to 111.f.I"I"'. ami.
.r ,
1'1 .
uul.ly.
I to Luwtpy Sat I "M 'HI".I. HtOI In' rinnl 1 tit tho iiiior
Instrumental I music. Ill >, Kla' until 1 ,','I.d. p. m. of.May 'I" .1""n'.1 \1 Miiiith pi.KHllilii IIIIHH 1,111 'in ma IUJ7
.
Last Wednesday evening :Mrs Class will Ilrnnnen.Valldktory Marl of Lawtey/ vIHI.1 rclu. 21, 112.11,1 lit Hint I lino |iubllfly ,I IM, '''I..Ut,1 1, hv for t .am 1I"r.v"I"II.) |,., '. l > .r I." Ciiuit I..MB.' 'In HI. ,nit. "I'linI'll ""MMlol| of I lln. l.i.urlHlatiii'n i.f "Inr.
Hulelgh .. p, "- 1".hl.1 '1".1" "" I 'l"Klll h..p.. If "nil 1..1 I' olli'ir '
'' | >t\ 1110 iiinonHT
!
entertained with Ilvl'l hero Sunday.C. 0'1..1 11..1". ,". ... "' '" In.1 '.r..1 .Ih" L'n I .lay i.f M iv, A. :: ; .
P. 1!. Hunt a address, Cleo Sax' 1100. r. |1..1. !" ilellverpil IIHInitnieted .I for Ihn llnanl of lion..1) 'I i urlou of
M. Click and Mr. Itlai-k of ,. the .follov | roiulilloml .lu attino in all totH, ami liimlM n>l- II.. li7! In lln. hlulii-Hl, ,iui'1, ,Li ,M 'I...1- ': ,Counly.. riiiMi, 'lo IH. .,
on "
chicken, supper In honor of :Mlflscr Oi. visitor N.. SO--Hi ark." 'lo 'dayoniilv J.II'"I! I ii ,ml I ,I'l m t Ittloun' "1 hn'"IIO I fnr oiiKli ( h,. fiilln wlii, |,.|..., I.' ','In If.I,1] lioin H m. .it', r .,1.1"1 .CInilnhtnilntiHH
Oertrude Wnodham, Jacksonville were hIHII..8 11",1111 Ha ht "IP.I"VPII'1" nlil I..r .. nml In | of I .
Claudia and 1 "
Special ( I line. ( Iti.NHiint Hoail ). 1",111 111'1.1 IrI",1 "nh.
11..1' 'thiil' ". aro hvrohy' fh-ti. >,rnthn.l "' '
Kliul'li' : ., .
tenchers In the public here I"rldIY.Is. Komi' No. 42--Slnrko by I .II'V. I..wl 'I'h. .\ Klorlilii In n niiin .1 ,". not uic'illnir -
the primary of by Supt, How1 followH'I'h.it : .
dlllomlH. UK i-xn |1.1 ii i'l" In ,
'LI..I itni' Thii iHiimlllollalH.
DelvE'ry C. M "lnk 'to 3.Uoii'l j.f HWI. .n. "
J. W. GrimM and aii'1 InniNlulhilnlnur ,, 111,11.,1
loin
lo",1 iho lOHpoitlvi" AlMn nf | ,
for mHV
11 ,
schools who left last Friday II. ; --Itnliil 3 tr, Ronil 4 Int II'' In o"I"IIII.n. nf 'e'l'hf..I..1
11.1 I-
made business trip tStarke < ami rmilinhm* fii' lionn in"rneiof" NWi.f HWI' ,, In n
their home In Flenson Springs. The Those awarded diplomas were: ( .rilll.i 1 hy HI-OIK", No f'miH nnil, It'iimiii AlvarexlEoinl Behoolto \>' iixl ,.h"llll Hlio) Itnproi, cimMitH,. 1 1 ,liiiiKUhir" Khiipi.-' i-.nl.lnlll turn ", ''hly I'.I""H" .,.. t ''I'L'o'. .
.
and tables were beautifully Thursday.Mrs. 2-"nn.1..llt nn : thrit ii'tiiH iiiniii" li>nfi, H.'i:117 ...*- eJI ,I 11..11. III
dining room Ethel Dutten, Kilnu Ulmmes, Hulli Hi nil K liy ,'IPOt..1 1'olonrl.1 .. IhoVI I. 1,1 IIL.H.r.1

decorated with rut flowers. Williams, lUioda Zeglar, t'leo Suxon Nelson Cireen' of Starko amMrs. Kouil., No. 41-1.1"h \\'hl.I.I. Itlvr or* i fltreetnSCVKNTH.o i t..tl.O rrn-t : :: Knur: A Im., nf nil Hinli.,,f :im|.in i.l II'r: ;\ n:': (whlh,, Y. I."nrhl.' II.I"r. I,. I.e' .1.

Those enjoying thin delightful affair Ualelfih Hrannen, Walter Ferris of I.awt..yspent ; (> I'nll"n' 1(1( Itiiud II "to. Ronil Tly That '1hn wh .1.> .1nf 1 I" 11.,1 In 1'.1.' IH Almi I .11"t.." "a',1 or" r.III., 'l'ruHldP"I. IH".thv
.1 .r,1 I.
loward .. I. ,
N. ,nrovUtoil I r
M ithH i ,
Tuesday the guests of Mrs. l l tinprnVMni.'nl ,. 'II.n 20.: nil .r ,
", "
were Mr. and Mrs. P. IV and Marvin \VII1 An..wH.lon.1 ho nHKOHHerl hv I 111'.1 'r.o I" J'"II" r..I
j.i oo re Wiliam! No to New Mrmhttlon Mhall Ihn .h..vl 1..110 In TnwilHhlll' 7loiilh. t. ., r. I.
H. C Wlml"rly. 17Irook.r nHHOHHmont and Kiml nil' 1'lr..1 "n..ly. ..
M. Marcionney n "
Hunt Miss Natalie Itonil. I .1p'I. .I no"IIMt. I I.no. 2 'I.ln- II-wit:
.. I.w.
J. I). Durnstil and C. M. (IrlfUs IAzon. tin* iHlioinlnK, ami' .ot"I. Mrs. S. M. Simmons; and son. Sidney M". William Marvin Illrt alt made n business trip to Law llrliliftI'V'Itonil No (4-1.,1| ] Hope ln, unit. 1""lno 111.IH .1 thnt thnIdtal lu"lr.,1 .1. I. PIIAX.KK" :, I 1"I.;; : ; : : ::;: : thrnn mil.in4niiih

Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wal sister.. Miss Illrt, ofAlaihua No in- Blrry., I to Donnalirldue ..t Jnlr"vo""IH. JIV- H M .I'.luiH.. H|.Inl MiiHIur'i.llillor of Ntarhn' HirotiKh I Iho Tuwim
'lorl..h"l. and Starke Tuesday.Mr. n.1 .1.,1 I'l > ,. r..i, <' .
te> if 111'd-.lrrl''O ""I.I"I"nl.,4IG.4at if tlifihniii, ami, ti> .thn Alithuu -
I.nnd Misses. Claudia and ,
K'ly. pnvldIIIK -
county, ulellIod Commencement and rs.V.. A. Wulke UOHI! No 2L to i in 11" 11.1111. I County I ; with
.. Church > .__. :
wllli Hu
Woodliarn. A delightful social .111' .a 'LII --- "nml tii-liiMT i ,niiHtrui'tfd hy Alavhuaiiniit
exercises here, last Uoiul t ut Imn Hyrds.Hnhl "
evening was enjoyed.Mrs. Thursday evening. motored to Jacksonville on busl ,IIOHIIH ,. oi> loiini) IlKhtwnnilor :i;f : : 1 Mal' ( lotH: and n H IrimN' HH'd, ami horohviiK.ilnwt tluiti I I'" ;; (' \. ,nml Hiilil rntinly' lino.Uoml .
r1 No. to Clujr"ounlv
ht-url to IIR Nix feotIonic u from
I..wt"y
ness eyitiess
Tlesduy 11.1 of ) I totH' and lurnln, at-o Hu- I
S. M. Simmons and son, i .h linoUoml ..
Miss. Dora Johnson, first assist have lit I -asl four InehMHhturt .. .
.n.1 toItH
In in
>
-- 1.1. nnd 1.1..1 .rl.or' rinl'-r nriil hy vlilnn of 'Ihnt r-or- No 4 from Hfafn' Itoml No.
Sidney Jr.,. who have been visitIIIK ant In the public school, left last thn, ,pinall eml All ,"MI. foolniTn for tho i'IMI HII.I Im- tlll I 1111.1"| r.. "-'1"1..1" hv lln> ll.iti I'1.1 In Iho .Inl of liilnrinn-lliin' of lh.'oiiiitv ..
Plant City straw bcrt IPS are fol hi> Hiitiji- to 'thn niirovitl| nf tho p.
,.r hn .'r .. .
I ,
Mr. hll.r.v.111".n Ihn 1h'h.lu.I",1
Mrs. Simmons' parents Saturday for her home In Jack i.mint oniclneer.The ".. .II"I" ronil .;o. fi, Inu Jlrown-
owed hy Lawtey and Starke Her- ) which' It nhiitM' or IH ronllirloiiMnr lt "Klorl.ln, In nnil 1.o
fnt
<
and, Mrs P. H. /lluntV have returned sonville. She rellerel satisfactory tlons and now West Florida I IH I und nil rlKhl ,. rt-sorvr-tl to rejiiet any ,,ll.ln'"I.' ,nml tho ruHt' of nforoMfiltl Ilr..rl.I''ul.",.1 V. In ( .II..rv. I i' in.Uoa.l No. 8 a illMtiinrfi ..r nhotit'our

to their home In Sparr.Mr. .service and has many friends .1. H ; '. 1"lo"v"'nIH on ouch HtrnotMliall "n iliiv of M.I'h. A .inlltm from It* with
,
who (coming Into tho market with I.'r. J MATTII.WA. .. 'pro-rnt' 1 1..110 to thoTrontaK "I'IU7' In Unit "1,1., iirn lluiiil, No 4. to Hi.11''r.'lnl or'II"
and Mrs. J. M. Steel here, who would be glad to see ( 'h.lr.an. *' of watd 1.11 .. of Htark
rles said to lie of the best and till I ( A Kt'Tflf. Heeietary, 1'1. M"III 1',1 'l'nWI *
have been In charge of Hotel her take work again.Mr 4,2 -51-1.-2" >p"ri Ion thir total' frrmtiitfo oflnlH rnln, nml A"ln M".. Jiilni il' ly Ih"I' Uoml Nn. I I'l!' from Hlulo Itoml, No.
the six monthx tie I part of the state eXIJ."tl to go inti I and InndH .I Maid .11.t. cr purtFnoroff "i hiii'i-l 'IM. 'hiir.!.'o.1! un.l ni'Xt .. 1 In Mm Town of HiLintilnii'' to In-
Hampton for past and, Mrs. Elljii Strli klandof : : ;; :
the berry bimlness on a Urge IniprovtilIMfiHT I"I ft T''r. f'hnrli-M I'l.rKolil amill.'iirv ', ,,, with' Coiinlv, lUjtiil No. I
left lust Monday., Apr. 25 for their (IrnliHin, were visitors hers NO-IK iin i ONi I\"lnn. : i hut tiorm nf tho rntt nfald Mull nriiiniiilnlnnnlM, 'in.l, n"in. I.. A Wyun'H faiin.U'ltiil .
scale each year. One week's! shipment 'Itiiprovi'inoMt' Mhall ho .imld from ll.'lliy. I Ittinilt'l, ami wlf", ImlHV 1'.1. No. 20 frnni UH
home in Tolland. Conn. Everybody List Sunday. 1"11.1| | I.| | will' hit ri-eplvi-ii' bv'h. ""h" of thit. Town of tI.I'k. .1..I, nri- | t IICoroo'llol,
Starke und Lawte rlb .1.1"I.llnl. h. Hoail No I I. ni'ar thn mum
from .nI.'o..1
; of Trilnfi-en nfliriulforil .' .., I.r .
.
regretted![ to see them leavefor .1. and family ofStarke. 1..1 1"111. -i. Inl .. wil Nrll to thn Town of Hampmiti
faithful services pruv..dthat P. Iolrl' showed 1.13.01!' quarts und thl t ,'ulnIV. 'Inrl'n.' nt tho oftl ;II. That th":: r-rcdlt: :of.: thoTiiw : Bt "1.1..1 flit. ," ,11"1 thn ln. their guests of Mrs. of the ween Dm, 1..r.l. : Mriirk I'Moi id mnv hoin -ly.
were I.rv n of i. null.' Ihi* 2ttil'nv lalIIW
have been' IIrill during, tin .. I I
they were the right people IVarce's parents Mr. ami .Mrs. O. prices 1 Sinrk". Flu. 2 o'clock p. inof fit 1,1 tin flnam I 110 nf .,Id ItnTMNTII. of Miiy, ri.'T. ,In 'r..nt .' I"hi'l. ,.h"I.1 .".V". r""lol.' .1.1 I".oln..r .v
Muy 21 anil nt Hint lime .. .mill flnnr i.f t hifiniii" II. ni .
ii. .
12. ,., ,.1 vol.l.
"IBII. "
Steel "
!Mr. owns : ,1.1
In the right!; place. for, conHl t 'tal' 0' 111 .
Haynes. \.hll.V "11'n r".I"1 or : 1'liiit 'Iho aMHI.- it11' 'hilirii'irnril' ( v. Vinililn, ho
property here, and they have many Cleveland Sullivan und family -- e-- --- \ th. followlnir rondu or in-fitM li.rolihofori provided, for nrn nliin "' ". f'lllnwIitK{ ri.id, *.*.<,.11.. lylnir niuliMlnw { 0 1,1..1 .I.I"o 1 t." IL Ipn nI
'
that they' I < ..1."I ..1:11'.1.1.1.: I : : ttertloiiH of rouiN llrnilfurd county on tho lotn and laadN a".1 In llrii.lfonl' 'l.lnr'ijn.wit I : :.a::.Ii.rl\; : :: : r tn"I'f :; ; :I
friends here who hope of Theressa were the guests of Mr. n >. \\t I11':1. I : frntn 'tho d.ito of the pnH' t
will return to Florida next year. Sullivan's mother Mrs. Jo ephln < ollntr ...h.l .... lloml No. 2 -Mlnrko nanf to "'lnyloitnty and uro .vI"I. In rtiMhr I.I ,II :.,,. Ail'lltlnil' to Tnwn l.t'toiki' I v".r".y' h.ni .Ian "I,1 h"r.I..tl. .r
linn ( Iti-HHnnt Roail I ton nnnuiil IriMiallmontB, "c'| In .s'.Vi/
mi m
and, make their home here' Sullivan last Monday. M.intliU. U"ln'hll) 111.'t nKrndfuril lloml No. 42 ...rk. hy I.wel ".111..1.' with nrrruod' In..reH'11,1I" I if HWI';1"1"11,1"lr H.II"1 '2 h.o, e II.. ,: KI'll'r.A. .,
r"v"'hl/
Uev. W. B. Ilk kg of Waldo filled lrM.V.. B. Hicks and ihlldren i'ouiity mi.I'h nMarch t.ak. In Konil 3. ho. "* Mix p'r tent 1"1 nnnuin, <"illh. l"nl' 22 Cant. I "DI.5-0. 'fOA
ut the l'i2TG Itoml No '1In..1 3 to Ttnnil, 4 'i otn "la*" hToif until I 11,1,1., Imithiilmlpiil A fl '1HW: < a.1
his regular appointment attended preaching sei'vices here ...l School Fond tiy ("Jeorff" f'on l I..m.n At' .r. I" nnd Intorent ,paynbln wlionttio Kprrliil, fllllt' In 'lmm.ry, ---------

Ildptlst church lust Sunday morning last Sunday evening. Hal. Mar. I. 1927 AU91 lionil No 21. He hoolto to tho tux ...10"1 of ''h. nald 'I' "''CNKIIIT: K.NflillT.lnrki 1 f
| ilurliiK month I o I toad A hv Ham WhltrhnndMItoml I.1'owti of .111., nt, hU ofifl.KVKNTII. >, Kin.4nili'ltiirn .
"
and evening. Mr. and :Mrs J, II. Ialnard. I.II.'H 1 iliiilnK' month 35151 I No. 40-" Itoiul < to New I'.lv- n. "" '" I.I''MH h."rH. for C nrpl.ilnantii.llM12' .

H. n. Wiggins of Starke was of Kiiitice: haviImatPil in the Hal Apr I, 19,27IHmlrlrt .11.14 f, "r Htiitifm tiv linn Itrn.. I :' ; 1 That th. owtlrnntodntnl ) ThomasHtiiiko
I John B.
here last Mon %.., | Itoml Nn Id- I Itoml 7 fiiMt of nil ItnpmvomontH hftrnithoforo
a business visitor riuuld; bUIJalow. on Main street. I Unl MAr. I. 1 I'lJT' -? 993ri I liy %V 'III AndrewsItoml Tiiovfdod' In $53,00000.roiinHlrnan .

day. -- .. -- <-. ,.litH| ftinlriK, monthI'll I r HiIll'i N'.. 17ltro" iki.r to Now I*. A Huvln hlv"1 th"- >f ,.-iiI Mi.i; :

J. R. Hodges, who has been the, ........................ .!.i, 1 Illnlrlitil.1 'iJ7 2.nlinfi :, lloun It..No.! 4'-ly ilv.It,.ad. I llnxnn.Iton'l to Ni..W Mopellrlilvn I .",1.lilt"pMon ti ni of.>tlon Hiild' WI.. riocondci.." nit )rPI.I., I IfiTMliy nnl-, ,'n thn! nnilnrmil 11'H-TIII.U; : : .\ IWIITI.eT

guest; of his son Mr.lodge./ .., ol I\ \ .Mir ,t. 1 1KfelptH 1" 7 I hv OH* flurry.Hottil '' ..iiit'mih|| ; .1.1V' AVhlto. nod: nti Ayoi'id : hy vlrt.. ,"I i--rttiln' linn I Ilii I'lurliln
few duyfl HIGHLAND : 1 month H06<, No IK Uoml 1 to I loan PItrlilicn ;; Nttv, v iio I; lj lntc al!ifor| ,thinen .. ri-M I'liti.icil! l.ir I iim |t.n A. V.11..lo. .
Orlando. |IB spending a \Vjirr.tntH, I"rlo' .nionlh .177 Oiin hv Joe Kelly. iit><>n rr>ll r n 11 t ho rm mhert nfIM ..Itiilir.if. 'lln. : Jililli-lnl
with friend and relatives here Ml... M. I-:. ...1.. 4 or.C ,.1'11"0. 1'I27 I 1"'L,1 No 2" Itofk r'hun. h to I f ''OIJIK.II voiod: thf-roi.n IIH Pol'WH "f rim. 'Lln In iiml f..r "lirml'oril -
Ov"drat \.1.lrliti.. :i ut linn ItynlN... :> I <*.I"'V. Kl'.rlld, In' (''an.rv.

........................ Overdraft Mar I I. 1UJ7 6.11 91C ', The, total ''" the.. pr'ijertH.II I W Ar.J'nrAN.': Ay.. .11 thn 2Mli Inv of MII'ph. !
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iiwlMtiProf. : 30 5 '137, In thnt i>nrtnln' i I lni. QIUQCmclmtICmmmQmmmmQ
< ..11I11I..11..11 I t ,.Ints clurliiK/ month 81H.1iVHriunt I "pproxlmll.ly mllon. : : : : .H'I '
Tlllman Law-home It. Starr and, II. Klr" of Jacksonville \ .iliiijnw monl''h 2"2,I Th. .1.Lnlll.| of (1. I.'mH f Iliofivnit.. Aya.W ii'Unir, ,hi-lwi-i-n Hunk of a CASKETS
Carl IIt
COFFINS &
visitors I'rll. ,\i,>i' I. 1":7 42.191IM '., on which ar and his assistants. :Miss I>orn Johnson were builneiix ( ,.lllt \ I UH follnwN: < I w vviHTIJ, Ay.. > ami wlfn, Afirl.in r Mnpp, nml.VIlNim ,

Claudia and Gertrude here TuesdayMrs. March I. l'i.7 100 Bi I r-liiirlnv and Krnhblnir. 110 ncrcrKxcnvallon. I N A "M. None. ft Toorni-r P.rlll..r ('""- : and a Full Lln* of ,;
Misses nal
and 4 riihlc vnrdHlload t ho rhulrmnn nn- iany. a nrporntlnn. ". thnin'lTHlrnn.l
and :Mini : 'lptK iiiniMt' Hfillnl 'I .4"0 Wh"'ul.n : I IUndertakers'
Woodham closed a very successful II. C. Wlmherly Apr 1. 'U7".n'i 11901ItUlrlit I ..a.hln.rallll. 1621 ntntlon I .,,. .... I h. ..., r"Hollt"" w. Hpnrlnl Nf.inti>r will Hnllo '
thn hlirnont' hlililvr' fur raiih iliirnic ;
Starke
of school here last Ethel Hicks shopped In N".. !( 1 Supple!
term T'lt Mar I. PU7 J7J 8Warrantff 'fntrnntpd, plllnv. 3,291 lln. ftUntrnntid .1.,1. "' 'In roirulnr .Bunion thin tho tifrnl houm nf Nal. on Monluy. "
Thursday evening Tuesday. month t 1.3'' M.rl"a&tlmT>"r, loq 1M I ") th rltiv offrfrrh. A. l 1037. ,! tlio 2n.| ilny iif Muy. A. D 191. AUTOMOBILE HKARSKKltbI9TCK
wa Mrs. A. H. Harley of Lawteyvisited I l I.llrln. 3775Illnlrlit f. II MI C.; .. IU>OVICIU In front of fhn Ri.nrh. door of j

The following program Thursday. I.al,1 >... <> I U Inch pipe, i'ulvertn. 474 lln. f> \ pri'T'll" Cllllrm"". :olirt: llnunn' In Hlarkn : for,| I AI..,. .. K
beautifully rendered The stage friend* here nal. Mar I 1927' 2831 24 Ineh "II' i Ilv-rt. 721 lln. fAll "lfrk 4.t.6tI.2"C ntintv, Fl'.rldn. tho lotlr" <] .. C.. I.. ..d. _Th. ."

was tastefully decorated with pot Miss Beth Wlmberly left Friday Ft..c lptH (Jurlnit' month KO 91Wnrrantii ho In accordance "nTlhnil IInoH Iyln. ami l.nlrnf InIlrAMor.1 .. ** lu. .
with tho plann and Infttructtunn towfif.v ( ..
short visit with ilurlnK month 54 r' 11 PlnrlrA. ALM*.
ted ferns and bouquets of cut t for Nlcholn for a Hal. Apr. I. 1917 ir nnral ,.r"vl.l"n. uporlalprovtiiionfi of SRi< of am! Wl* >UKM 1

The color H<'heme ol her brother. H. C. Wlmberly Jr. lll..trli-, >o. T 3:8. upertlli firlnnii, and nr. ( *'lrt nit rnurt, Kluhth Judicial' .f HWiJ rf M-eii.m 'II.n; all .In Townhlp -
flowers. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang and F>AI. Mar. I. 1937 JIT 31, "tional .n.1 l ".n.rl..tot ftrailfon! coun '. "l'-nd"rd f'onnty, 8tat'. of ..> f Month |<..IB* 20 Ka>t andnnralnlnir DEWITT C. JONES
green and white was carried out '" during month 3 8< ty. I" th""ey. 120 arm. rnoro or !.... (
beautifully In the arm bou- children were visitors to Starke Ile"ol" (Junntr' month 7.6' Ka'-h: hi'! mtlM I ho Jtcromnantnd hv .r 11 1.1 Y. "'W<>pe 4 ai'riin ...inir IIM.II a.. .irn.- STARK B. FLA.Jo'IUO. .
very .
Saturday. I 1127 2130lUlrl < a r rtlfl d chock or a biitdtr'n h rtma'lo ; nry and known an Hunp" < .m. 'nry. I ,
queU carried by the graduates. <-< fla.Eal. payahlo to E. S. I A. I. rHfWR. ,

Song-My Country 'TIs of Thee Miss Kuby Lee visited relatives Mar. 1, I'JJI ._ _... 12401 chairman, for five par c.nt Matt..w. v."FHII Y. Spuclal' MnntiT Chanciry. oI.tmCClllc.











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nn.\DFOUD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKB. FLORIDA J.'RnUPun.. 29, 1827.
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Bradford County TelegraphI h I I WITH THE LEGISLATORS 'r-'rI


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Published Weekly on I'ridays and Entered as Second Class I Senator I.. D. Edge: of irovo- as railroads( are under Its Jurisdic
lund offered bills In the senate Lion
;i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 'T ; which would provide n limitation

r t f I K. S. Matthews_____ ____________Owner and Publisher of the time within whlih n pur'IIIMN' The house Joint resolution, proposing ,
| of n tax mile "rtlflrnte / the removal of the ten mill

I .''b'( Inson_________________-________Managing EditorSUIJSCKH'TION mny apply for a lax deed!, and prohibiting limit on the amount of tax levy

/ the recording or contrui which may he'( authorized by counties -
I cj and llKreoments! for the 1 purchase for school purposes was adopted -
I KATE Srr
or sale of real estate unless such by the house of the Florida l

j'' Yearly, $1.50! ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance contracts mid agreements have state legislature'; by a vote of GS la
I Advertising Rates on Application been l1'knowlc.hwJ. by the vendors to 7. The resolution calling for
In the manner provided by law an amendment to the state constitution

for tho acknowledgment of deeds. with a state-wide referendum ?

j Sumter county should bi- proud of its rcpi'e.sentutive:\ Mr. The limitation measure would< also clause) carried after n minority
I I provide Hint purchasers of tax fight against It, which lastedmore
blue laws and ivory (dome) ,
Gctzi-n. and his colors: ( : ) : Kale certificates previously Issued than an hour.

----0--- I shall have six months In which to

What is the t wui"st jest? Jest found out we flunked. comply with the provisions of the House Hill No. 493 confers
art. nnil providing, dolt tax sale upon the railroad commissioners
; School item in Starke Telegraph Worst is right.-Tampa
certificates more than' ten years of Florida further and additional t

Tribune. old shall be null and void. powers over passenger, terminalor

0- union depot companies.A .
I All truffle oincers patrolling public .
has been accused of a lot of things,
This paragraph:
roads and highways/ outside, Unincorporated license tax of $500 a day
r some of which we are\ innocent. Now the Starke Telegraph limits of all towns would be collected from carnivals

accuses us of wearing knickers./ Absolutely not guilty !1-- and, cities In the slate would beI according to provisions of a bill
I required at all times while on Introduced In the house of representatives .'
Times-Union. duty to wear a proper uniform of by Representatives A.
f o -- I olllro! whlcli Insignia uniformly and W. McLeran of Stiwannoe county

A bill to )prohibit a )person or firm )publishing) false or conspicuously displayed y n bill and III I| S, McKenzie of Putnam

) the legislature. l by I Ueprescntatlve; A. J. Thomas of county. Kxceptlons would be rondo
miI'Iingitat; (\ / < n1l'nts' has been, passed by ,
Bradford county. Introduced In tho for amusements and attractions
Voters should read )political announcements with more care (- 7/ house of representatives. employed at state, county or Inter-

l in the future, and! see that candidates! carry out campaign county fairs and at regularly established -

I The senate killed the bill which amusement parks.
I promises.
I Io I would provide for the right of

seizure and sale of personal property Women would be made eligible
j Speaking of "folding money," Plant City and Starke I j r r -- upon default of breach of the for Jury service In Florida with '::1

strawberry growers have plenty of it.-Times-Union. With conditions stipulations and covenants the enactment Into law of a bill I

strawberries selling for 85) cents a quart in New. York this of chattel\ mortgage; while Introduced 111 the house of representatives
It passed a bill prohibiting the of the Florida state legislature ,
Ov week Bradford growers are taking their money straight ; -- .- --- selling of any article on the actual by Representative P. Guy J

no time for folding it.-Starke Telegraph. "Straight money" beds of any roads In the state Crews of Jacksonville, the Jury
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is good. People who earn it are not afraid to work.-Palm PLACES '" service with respect to women
l B. M. Frisbee, representativefrom however would be optional, tho

Beach Independent Clay county, Introduced a bill provides.

1 0- companion bill to the measure Introduced ---

Speaking of "folding money," Plant City and Starke -- In the senate to provide Companion bills to constitute

strawberry growers have plenty of Times-Union. Withstrawberl' FLORIDA BOYS LOS- benefit by this opportunity to Mrs J. (O.! Howard of Fairbanks I 65 for the location of state road No. the state treasurer as fire marshal .,1'
extending from Orange Park '
for 85 cents in New York this spend, 30 days In the /great out. spent ,the week-end hero with her I to avoid the creation of a new
es selling a quart ING OPPORTUNITY Clay county through Mtddleburg state derailment, and to providea
doors under proper leadership, at father, J. I H.( Kelley. i
week, Bradford !growers are taking their money straight ; no government expense. Miss Hnby Kelley was a visitor Keystone Heights Hampton statewide lire marshal law, were

i time for folding it.-Bradford County Telegraph, Starke. I Only BO per cent of the Florid, Clean young men from the back to Starke Sunday afternoon to see Brooker Ills bill went to Washington to the house Springs.committee Introduced l In the house and sen- :
boys who can spend a month In country and our representative her little brothers, Loran and ate of tho Florida stale legtola- :
And Plant City including strawberry growers in on public roads and high-
growers, nre by Senator It, H. Howe of
( without
I nmp rust, with other high school men are eligible. Ministers Owln Edward at Mrs Fay Glll'a
East IIMlsborough: county, have folded $1,190,658> as proceeds southern boys at Ft. Screvcn! and educators and Influential hospital, who are quite seriously way department. Madison and Representative E J.

; of this season's berry l'Iales.-Plant City Courier. Ft. Bnrrancaa, have applied for citizens of the state who have 111. Bacon of Sarasota. Florida( the
p Makers of and
admission to the Citizen's Training watched, this work for Ohio past six promlsory notes sponsors declared la one of ten
Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas endorsers liable for couldbe
o payment
twelve states which has fire
or no
Camps. These! young men are years endorse It most heartily
i and (children Mrs. B. M. Howling sued In the name action under marshal, law, and Is the only state
FOKESTKY WOKK IN FLORIDA losing a (trout opportunity to attend Further Information and, application "'. J. Johns of tIn
Starke. spent Sunday the
terms of a bill by representative -
the Southeastern Tariff association -
American Forgest Week is !scheduled for observance: in [> these national citizenship blanks may be secured from here with Mr. Johns1 daughter Leo Stalnaker of IIHIsboroiiglicounty.
without such law
,
a
schools where athletics nnd otherkinds Sl.tJ.\ B. ('. Riley stall' aide tot
the period between April 21 and 30. It provides a particular ;,|: of recreiitlon" are emphasized "'Florida Calnosvllle. Fla.ZIFF and :Mrs.sl..IE'rIrs Thomas! J., W.and Lewis.Don't Mrs.lJowllng's .. .

opportunity for practical consideration and attention to be and every opportunity for Improving -AA --- -- :Venxiin'H Sinned/ Hy The Governor
physical health given tinder ........................ forget services at Denton Penalty for driving' an automobile Among I the other bills signed!
given to the important) matter of forestry in all its' various :)' the supervision of experts, according next: Saturday and Sunday by the while intoxicated would be In- were tho following:

branches. It is a matter that is of serious concern to millions to Major 11. C. IIlIlh y. State : : pastor. Elder: C. Crosby of the rensed, In u bill sponsored In the Knabllng: counties having a population
e :Miss Ulslng, section. : sonata by Senator M. U. Harrison
Opal Leans, Cor.
of ::110.000 Inhabitants ormore
Civlli.in Aide for l Florida, who
of people' and :should be of like concern to millions of V of Palmetto. Tho Palmetto
says : .......................: -- --- ---- sen but less than 00,000 Inhabitants -
others, niforest preservation; and! extension arc of vital importance "111 the gust Florida has always Mr.\ nnd Mrs C. W. Rivers of It has hct'ii discovered that al- :' ator's bill would amend the present to 'levy a tax and Issue

rt to nil the people I hl'plIho first state In tho United Jacksonville: spout last> week herewith fulfa grown In South Americawould '' statute. lie would have the bonds to construct cod, maintain
States to (1111 itA quota for theCllleii's Mrs. Ulvors' father, J. II I he a crop that could easily person convicted fined not less a training "hu..1. for ntirHoH maintain -
"Florida is of three southern \ with fora
states
one : no "try Military Training Camps. Kelley.Mrs.. ho grown In Florida and tho seed I i than $100 or more (than $:50: and boHpllnlH. elect hospital' trus-

organization to look after the welfare of its greatest natural Florida young men have always 1C: Howard sad d.iughlcr.Miss will he permitted entry Into Flor- '1 costs, or not less than 30 days In tees maintain a training school
''da( hv government t with the (1, jail or more than 60 days. If the
k resources!' ," say: Ll'llthulIV rman. associate silvictiltiirist i t taken u very huge/ share of the : Eli' ii. of FalihaiiKs m are here' for inn M-S. and( provide means for
Idea of propagating this fine for- : automobile driven by the Intoxicated
the of and disabled
honors, and, are anxious to attend: this week visiting 11I1' care hospitals
U.
in of II.
charge the at Starke. in this
forestry expel'lnllmttation: ago I'I''JI.Vllh alfalfa and othererops driver shoiilu damage prop- ,. .
i ons
'I those i nmps It they only know Thomas and II. Howard per
( state. In un article by :\Wyman it stated that t through how to apply. The state mnul Mr. IVriils Low-In of Jacksonville Flor'dn! cattle could he fenced i-rty or cause 1'rMonallnjlll'll's.' the Providing for the speedy publication -

the efforts of Senator; Fletcher the United Stales forest service maintain) its reputation. and IKIH-| Mr\ and Mrs I. W. Iiyal of and fattened with profit to tho driver would bo fined l not more and distribution of all lawsouu'ted
} farmers and, less trouble to motorists than $500 or less! than three ,
the
lion In this line of work In the ( :ruhllm, Mr. and !' by legislature
Mrs. .1. (O. Denlmi t
J'ecein'tt'UIlti\ \: to conduct research and experimental who now have to detouraround I months In Jail, or more than a I Creating Special !Road and
I south and tho only reason for of Midway, were called hereKrlday
4 II work in the I'lluthemitllteg/ in 1921 and at that time the Florida's apparent backwardnessthis I to Iho tied: side of their the Bleeping Biilmnls In year. 'lirldgn llSh) irt No. 8, In Clay

,j southern forest experiment station was established with year Is due to the lack of mother. Mrs. J. W. Lewis every county where they lire alIOw'Pll county and( providing for the Is-
I to roam at large. A bill relating to tax deeds 'Issued
of
bonds and l time
orKatilzntlon; among our citizens ; 0. W. I and Kiirance war
Dyal Clydo lllllnrdnt ._
headquarters in New Orleans: Not content with the small -.---- by the state conveying real rants.
consequently every Interested Graham; were In our M"<'Ilon Frl- Plant ( IlY- -1'ntlll of :3.0IB.748
start that had been made: Senator Fletcher succeeded in pi'i'min IK urui'il, to notify any worthy d.iy, afternoonDr. quarts of strawberries shipped estate by reason of non-pa} ment of Authorising mid( empoweringtho
taxes, would prohibit action 10Irm'uver
ting a substantial increase in the allotment in 1921. \ get-I young( man between the UROS !Mann of Lake Butler was from Plant City during season Just i by the former any Nassau counl board of pub-
of 17 and :24! years who might u business caller here Friday. closed. owner 01 j IIII' instruction\ to sell certain
in 1927 he has secured( for the station another iwi--'i' '' f | : owners or by any person claimIng -
r I II I school property and to use the -
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the where the
naval stores investigations: against grantee I .. for building and equipping

I About four years ago, :Mr. Wymann states: a branch of Woman Inspired by Song of Lark Finds j( grnnteo Ing a 'period has paid of one the year taxes from foliovj the- other Creating hoolx..\ a municipality to bt

the southern station was started at Starke, and( has been dale of the proposed measure'I known as the Town of Penny

r functioning ever since, with remarkably good results. It Bird-Music i I would become teel'lIve. I Farms In Clay county.
Basis World's Melodies
"is the only experiment station in the United States," says of 1'rovlding.. for the taking of 'n
Bus Hues operating/ In Florida state census of I.eon county.
Mr. Wyman, "where naval stores research: is being carriedon. would bo placed under the Jurisdiction Increasing. the boundaries of.

." As everyone in Florida knows or ought to know, of the railway commissioner Special: Tax School District No. Is,
I'A\IE! travels strange'; roads.War. by the provision of n bill Introduced :of Bradford, county, and VOJI naval stores' constitute a most valuable asset of this stale. tho arts and different In the senate, by Senator, all acts and! things done by tile

".At Stark," says Mr. Wyman, "the t government is Collecting causes, have conspired to wrap its a Ungli/ Hale of Brooksville. The Bradford county board of puhln<'

all the facts it can to help the turpentine operator make mantle about other humans. hill would require nil bus companies Instruction with reference to tin"
' k to submit to time jlll"H,1I1I1ol1 tin re.i-tlng of the boundaries amiterritory t
Hut In Oak Park, III., lives Mrs.
more gum and keep the timber in ::1thrifty' condition ..
: as i .if the commission In time matter, : of tho special( tax ill-.tr1 ,
possible: This! is important work that I probably is not as JIHM /HiiKKcft\ !Moxom, whoachl"veit d. o.w ; nf.. rates fares servlie. ,schedule, \'lIlhllllllIhe\ / sale of $:.5! 'bull' 1'

generally appreciated as it should be. It means helping one .1 Intel"national reputation l .1 I 'minting nnd any other rules In hund. to bo Issued by HIH-I I,' hi'.'
thronuli tlio Joyous carol of a M .v and, regulations of lln. .
,, rallro.icli tax school... (district No. IS In Bradford
of Florida's great and valuable industries an industry that meailiiw link. 'r'1 ale ommisslon In time, snirp manner j oiinty

must depend on forests if it is to continue.Mr. In this country and 1 abroad --_. .

\ Wyman, in the paper quoted l from recites other activities !Mis. 1 ins.ant. a quiet, wellpastnildilleiiKed 1'i'nn'iT.\1'I: : ('O"'IEltt i; i: I tonal secretary nnd manager of

in which the Starke station 1 is engaged, and concludeshis l mother of nix grown ILd.. M.MINSIO\I \ "PI I I\: urn: I the 1 American Fruit li and VegetableShippers' !
children, Is celebrated as the "Bird in-:.\itiMi: IN i\\ iris.Continued : association
timely article by saying.. : Woiiinn." qNi 1a
A. S. 11"I
Wells ch-iltman! of 1
t "Why. then," you ask, "is the need for astute forestry I \'.*liiincM o>f IjoroFor ( from page 1)iinestiKntlim ) Florld.i Railroad Comm.st Ion. h'

organization ?" tit a need I t to gather a great deal of information the last leu years or so } I 1 Dolled down I the, S. 1.Matthews member o tIle' I.."r,".
the best she JIHS been amassing ponderous ,a i ise growiis out of a virtual reiii.'st .- mission 1 accompanied[ hy .1. II
I on 1 ways to :secure; natural reforestation of cut- hv tI|ii, inrrli-rs
volumes of evidence to prove that ( that the ie- T"II"h. rate expert, and Fred ivt-
r + o (1,1" lands( we need to know more about planting trees, the' theme 1 Is .Hlmllurlt' between tho .a ..i' i.itinn rliaices I lie, Increased, tj1 Inn. UC/0 Ilptn fit, are nl,," prnt. :

_i c.i'ect of fire on young timber and soil fertility should be'' clasrilcs. ot 'nuiii-mudo< IIIIIKK. and '""I, m. "iinM| !b' tlio: >shippers I .> The Georgia Railroad Commission
the 11.11 II hu.h'1l'l twIttellLga' ot ''h.lt t theho n< tlureilI .
s.udied, the growth: of timber and methods of improving thej i feather d mniKfiers.Her The I .lu Is represented by A. r
k'oinilio
Traffic Bennett
Bureau commissioner
forests, arc fruitful fields of ,. .nitunecl ears grown .
im'lItigatiol1.nd.
I Il.nd
once taking
we *
part in the
killed. al the prnc'lce., for unit Ay It t c a Ie GI proreedliiKas The hearing started out Tin-'
out the baj-t t me.::1OI' to pin .' \u-\ ivetl a stu; t- ">r.ruiiiation : .li'i.i, ,i'i: of time, inv liei'ii .1 s. ,r< emulative" of the Ilnrneyii'lv day with Mr. Thnrtcll nulun" >"'y

I /' "1Yls. Iluphlatu,,, ,' .. ,.t 'I'n't company; the' Arnold ,
to Carry the t void to olio limber ovvum.s.: :> o'i.' uf 'Itltl'I\ llI' up for Southern (carriers whl" li includes
M the mount. for Countless( nii'lon. ; '. .. ,' (r.ult cominny" and the '-,'ut! nuitur the L rut' '
t these fields are being touched the 11. IS'.uulr' I1111' a .w. Ii Id -t n pnia 1'II A. C. L.. S. A.
by federal government in III'.
n i i of rare beauty from the Ji" uI > Tinlinn'.<11. rep- Southern System attempt-! to<.<.
its work at Stnl'le.'o should do chirps of Iho robin and othuii .II Ill-UlllUlllteil '- hobby Il'l'. "ted by K.: c.
for our forest what we I ? "?- II.IS OVl'lwlieliulUK in v Most ime.Illlillen Green num.r. limit destinations of .rofr!:'ei.I iter
i blrils.I I'Vlilenoe that IUOHI .,t now thill', till'i. harp .ad' I.'. (' Ilillynr. .
i Hl'OWtl.i'lau bureau
- r' lire doing for our fruit and truck Indush'y.'e should havej! i "UII- (cars to Eastern trunk !line t.tory. t. "
Mrs. Moxom. a mllsl..hllIIrlnel.
I man H music has either found Its Vl.
,
forestry man on the state experiment station stair, a forestry pally for her own I'leamire before Inspiration in bird aong or Is a .In' ; tinTheiiii'H. Au :'lo1).t legal/ talent on the ground that the ,-.
Sitting by an window seldom mission's field, Investigation. 11 .1"i-
she look up her blril studies, camw ilu plicate.With open lathe !
specialist in the extension department, and n thorough ,, to distinction quIlA by ucclittmt. Peach and scale book In her summer time Mrs. Moxom nm! teen' !In any ono hearing 1.I pn-s limited to that territory Pi-,; '-
nt.
forestry course in our university. Situ altilhule* all her liuirels to hand the "'Bird -"'onulII" wanders, tianspoHi'il on her piano time unlln- Among Dm IIUOrn, ,,) nn or B.irtel said the field Inve-i" i I'

Attention i is called to this mailer at this particular time an unknown meadow lark. which ailetil to hour and record the ili'll.cute Ishe.l masterpieces, suggested, by JIHIov.,- ,-< ,1. Hrantly. furm.. i ..mii lion was merely repn-i'iit.ith '>v
man from
one morning! years iiuo rei-teil tlio liinl tlienu'ii which she has I score of birds CHorgln.! who. rep-" agreement and that ho .,..111.1 for two reasons, one because! of American Forest Week observance rising sun with full-throutoil re- muilo the .basis for expanded melotiles. She' has heard, u puu-wee sing the r.'-. mi the Fruit (irowers' 1 im i online the Issues to emhnup I"nl.

and, second, because the matter of forestry! in halo In a vacant Held adjoining! original strains of the second press. trunk line territory.
the station where Mrs. IOXUIIWILli phrase of Wagner's; "Swim Others here
Florida now is making its appeal' to the legislature\ of the I watting for a train. such These rare have color been and tune acclaimed that Mrs.of while she played the complete Song. tnilHc manager are of Champ the) Atlanlll'1'01IIt Davis. Frank C. Smith, chief inspe.. for

state. Whatever the legislature decides to do, or not to do, Mrs. Moxom" paused In rapt Moxom now hm difficulty keeping work. Line; Joseph Kshelman. of the commission's bureau of Mr-. ;,
wonderment when 'In the surrounding Sparrows. with their chirping assistant vice, was the first witness called\
in the
matter, the fact nevertheless remains that III'h her schedule of engagements solicitor" for tho
sooner or countiyalda silence she' have rendered< motifs for what 1''nnfl'I| i. lie field InveMign-/
the
so mall/ are the audiencea vanla railroad supervised
later Florida must give practical attention to forestry or thought the bird had hit upon an, Hint want to hear her. later under, Mrs\ Moxonfskilled 'tinsel for ; Henry ThurU-Il lion of refrigerator. cars. cundu- ted 1-
3 stand to lose i army bugle call. hands hlosiiom, forth into Southern earners; c'n. toll
of the cantatas He t
one most commission
valuable of the state's natural "No bird dugs the entire tune of exquisite tivauty. Marshall\ of Washington by the
resources. The | Kh'II; 14 Motif she "But motif Is there old ; liar- how the work done Mr. Smith
United Slat 's says the The J. WeBnur/ of was
government will not do all most wonderful! music of Norfolk nnd J. >
that i.. Before her train vamo, alting the, the basic theme or tuna on which Mrs. Moxom all turtls Itublnson.. U to be followed by eight or li
needed
to bo declares is the of
done Wit it .
Orlando
will wooing ,
help and its helping lark hail sung 14 rilflerviit. niutlfs the (treat oratorios and operas are eons!: of the cardinal.< This she torneys for. the Florida at- other witnesses for the commis
should not Lu spurned. The state however I from "The Cumpbellx Are Cuming, built." has Fruit and
must do its t never been able to tranttlate for hu Vegetable shlpp-rV lion
share be and practically every ruihinnitnry The "Bird Woman" refuses ?-s'?',????; -
or negligent in the performance to man perception i of an important I 101.. In the "Uuhtfmlan Girl," chit, sell any of her bird songs. called 'fourth-notes" tiny no Onlms. manim-nr "r Ih, s,. Live Oak-Contract awarded, at Il;
duly to this
and which birds vannnh Tr.tllc,
'a. succeeding generations.--Times-Union. I says. Nor does aha depend on Ihelll for fan master but hull ,"I., r K: Krt) 153.800 for construction of "iddltlonal tr,
That set bar thinking. Since, I her living. Her studies are more a been!' able to duplicate.no Instrument has Itul M. (Coast r"pr."IIIIK|, ,, ,II,,?,. Florida building at Suwannee high

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