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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 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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Heavy Shipments of Vegetables Continue From Grand Jury's Action Taken as Effort to Shift' Responsibility i

I "tt Starke, Lawtey and Hampton ; Potatoes Form From Shoulders of Civilians More

;''y Bulk of Shipments Wannoe BranchI : Involved Than Prisoners; Says Blitch

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I I During the two weeks ending cars by freight; and a dally car by 1"I'lIowlnthA 'action of the i its| nnd property hodllnci rover-

Wednesday night a total of 168 I express grand jury of the spring, torm clr- tug a considerable poitlon of tvimmtlon .,+
Two Wpektt. Shipments ult ,con! Twenty-sixth judicial' embracing thousands ofncTes
of beans and
cars potatoes cucumbers Stnrke: Beans 4070 hampers. dwell In suturing the 1IIlIlIlIKel1\<'nl of land on which nrn/o m.i.iy

were brought!; to the mainline $1.43. Strawberries. 10U.5SO! Its) of I ho time prison farm for the I pond of cuttlu, human .anti% IHVH.;

here from points on the Wan- average 14 cents Cukes squash, frcmlom allowed convicts an published and will appioilmntfly 100 mites

nee branch of the Seaboard potatoes 310 hampers average 100. Total In lust week's Issue of the of fence to ho. kept up wood to bii ...
Ut.471.30. Telegraph. Superintendent) Hlitchpnlntti tit and hauled from a rndlus of
making the bulk of the
up Lawtey: Beans, 23.850 hampers Orleans.L out the record of tlio slate three tulles I and many acres under<< l;
..bl6>111cnt. During the past week average $1.55. Strawberries, farm for I the 15 years It him boon cultivation It it physically! Impossible

.' heavy shipments of beans were 76.800 nts, average 14 cents In existence to provide l a guard for ouch!

mado from the brainh, the leaving Total. $47.719.50. Holnlho to the shooting and und every prisoner

t r time of "Peggy" from Starke being Hampton: Total to date. Beans, killing nf Wealthy llhnden hy a'' "Rome of tha cltlions' living near .
j' 21,2nO hampers average 160. i 11'lvlllan, Superintendent niltrh tho farm have encouraged: trusty I
advanced to near noon to allow Total. $34,016.00. painted out that the prisoners Inmates In pilfering different articles

shippers along the line ad- Beans shipped to date 82.889 were allowed! to leave' the farm and exchanging them with

ditional time to pack and load hampers flood by civilian guards at the stockade, mild citizens for both money and

their produce. These cars are tak- Strawberries to date 895,956 I I were sold liquors by citizens living liquor but the management: with

en up from the yards here by fast quarts. de near the farm, and Unit apparently the co-operation of officers of this
through freights and carried on to Miscellaneous produce 1170 I levee "there In. a nigger; In the woodpile and adjoining counties have labored -
their destination. hampers flood somewhere" In the attempt of diligently In and out of season -

) Beans are still leading in quantity Receipts to date $435.770.40. the grand Jury "to shift the responsibility to put a stop to these. nefarious .
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shipped, while shipments of I Shipping' Platform Inadequate from I Iho shoulders practices and an a result have
strawberries are going out dally The newly erected express shed above n( some who were more' Involved, overcome (them to a great extent ,
trucks taking the big end of the for handling shipments of produce down than the prisoners In question." find have finished the prisoners)

load.! From the Starke and Law- from Starke has proven to be entirely The Tt'lt'prltphIailly; grants. Mr. und li prosecuted, criminally the citizens
tey platforms trucks are taking too small for handling the ,I !; llllt<'h'.. request( that he Im allowed Involved

J out an average of 200 crates dally express movement this season fore the privilege of replying tho "Now with direct reference to ,
( mostly to nearby points in the even though this has been considered I later a finding of the grand jury as curried the shooting and killing of Mrs.

state. Other trucks from as far a very light shipping season I| eaten In our lout issue, and, bin. Wealthy Tthoclen this prisoners. who

': north an Greenville S. C., and on account of the larger; part of I The coinituinlciitloit follows: were found there on the night of k

'; Waycrons Oa. are hauling beans the berry crop going to Lawtey ',, ; "+ 1t r;y., ) of Editor Bradford County Telt.-l the shooting had gotten. outside by I
t from the Lawtey platform.For With the bean crop coming In the turbulent current that raged graph, fooling a guard and watchman I
the pU.lt.two weeks bean while strawberries are still going I w. through one of the levee openings. I RtA rke. Florida. both of whom were salaried men
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,' shipments have totaled 45 cars by out In considerable quantitiesvery 'Tin current was strong enough to Dear Sir: and whose Instructions and duties 4

i freight from Lawtey, In addition little space Is left The express .' wash away houses. Several homo My attention holt been tailed) to worn not to have allowed prisoners ..,

.. to the express movement. Move- company has agreed/ to > near the levee were carried mvny the report of the grand) Jury of to pass. nut. Tim purlieu who I try,

ment from Hampton since the beginning double the size of the platform be- on the flood crcM. The residentshad Bradford (county Florida, and Its let these men have the liquor) are ,
of the bean shipping sea- fore the next shipping season In deserted I the two parishes at recommendation to the circuit prominent and life-long clllimiuof i r

;! son was given Wednesday as 15 order to relieve the situation. the tfoveiuor's winning./ court of the Twenty-sixth judicial the omnitintty and I feel t l thatIf
circuit I pertaining to the Florida' wn hud had and could have the

I Stain Farm and In reply to the cu-npnrntlon of all who live nenr
STARKE PEOPLE NEGRO KILLED AT publication of these findings In the farm there would never hit k p
REV AND MRS BUTLER FOUR ANNOUNCE BRADFORD HIGH

BEACH your Issuo of Friday the 6th Inst., any trouble or friction of any description f ,
DAYTONA
HEAR VITAPHONE VISIT STARKE FOR GUBERNATORIAL CLOSES MAY 1.1TH I beg!; to nay: .

That to my personal knowledge I "It IM also possible that Home :
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During the past two weeks Daytona Beach, May 8-Dolphls Kev and Mrs Stnnard>ow Butler NOMINATIONpe. The lant examinations were held for the full period of fifteen years effort nmv have been' made to

scores of our citizens have attended Parks, negro formerly of Starke have ret'ently linn entertained yesterday, !May' 12:! and. tlio last that the State Farm him bean located shirt t the burden of responsibility

the showing of Don Juan ate was shot to death early this morn- by Mr. and Mrs T. S. Hewke May 7.Io'our candidates dayft' Bthnol ended today' when at Itnlford. no citizen of from the shoulders of Homo who
the new Riverside Theatre. Jack- ing In a pistol battle In which at their homo on Walnut street for the gubernatorial nom Hev. B I !Marvin Hooks pastor of Ihl.i community have ever been were more Involved than the prlsuuers -
sonville and heard the Vita phone. eight ihots were fired, and John II. Rev Dutler has charge of the ination' of Florida announced today the First Methodist church conducted attacked, Injured or In any way insulted III qtiHHtlnn, and without' tryIng .
a device now being Installed In the Smith, living! next door to Parks UnlverKttllut church In :St. Peters during the biennial picnic and chiipel exercises III the auditorium or Intimidated) by any Inmate to mlnlmlro In any way the
theatres of the country street was arrested by of this Innlltullon tier have seriousnest of I their conduct or excuse -
i larger on Spruce burg where he has been preaching political rally at Waukulla Springs!; I: this. morning
The Vltaphone represents the Police Patrolman Conyers and the citizens of the surrounding that conduct I am still of the
for several winters punt and they near hero The candidate, : Sid- The calendar, for
advance made since the with the killing. graduating!; territory over had just cnum, to opinion that 'there Is a nlirger lathe
greatest Lyons) charged were en route from St. Petersburgto ney J. Catts, Sr.,- 1) e Fun I a k exercises fnllOWS'fiaecalaureatH
;. moving picture Industry was In Its Parka died at the )}Daytona-Cook- his summer clmrgu In Newport, Springs: formv..lnvel.nor; State iieimon !Sundnv' tomplnln of a prisoner's attitude wood pll. nmewhere..'
i Infancy and accomplishes\ what man hospital for negroes; about an N Y. where they took time to Senator John S. Taylor Largo, toward thorn. Very truly yours, d
evening, eight u''Iu'lt Hov G. P.
bas always been considered the Im- hour after the shooting He was. atop over In Starke.. visit their Dr W A. Ml1d K'enzln, Leesburg, Itaymond formuilv of Nova Scotia "In Mm conduct of an I until u- J. H, HUTCH. d
possible-perfect synchronizing of shot from behind. Smith admitted lion of tlilH kind with Us Inter Superintendent.
; old time friend and they would representative from Lake county now minuter of the First Bup-
J words or music to the picture. Few the net claiming self defense police have remained Here longer had he and Doyle Carlton Tampa attorney (let church, will deliver I the ser -- ._--- --- -- .-.- --
of ----------------
Jean realize what the perfecting said. not been Hinted to give a lecture :
t mon. Other of local
pastors
r r such, an Instrument means to the A coroner's Inquest will be held 'itt the General; Convention of the A strict probe of their private! churches will take part nmklng/ FISH HONE LODGESIN : EXTENSION OFWA1"lU
theatres and the public; It will before Justice of the Peace C. L. United UnlveruallBU and Unitarians and! political records was urged by a union service The music will
; place the smaller theatre In position Beers at ft o'clock tomorrowCHIMMIKVS which In to be !held the latter each candidate The Importanceof > bo In charge\ of Mrs. A. 7.. Adklrm. Cllll /J'S THRO MAINS UP
t to give Its patrons the same part of this month In Boston continuing the road building and representatives from all the

I" musical accompaniment now ren- KOUMHlirS: UOLLTlu Mass. program was stressed by the can church choirs will sing. Friday evening while eating a Thu
round!
city of Starkn >
dered by orchestras In large cities. Rev Butler expressed himself didates and Senator Taylor paid! Monday evening, May 16, at tho piece of lieu llttlo Itcinuccuh, oaks, 4 in regular scission with tm all tMiiy It
this Is still
For the small town I entAon as exceedingly; pleased with this tribute to Governor John W Martin high school auditorium membersof :'I-year-old daughter' of Itov and inomlmrs '
years In the future but It will I enroll the Chil part of the state and declared that and Dr Foils. A Hathaway the Senior clans will present Mrs I K. M honks swalloweil n present.Minutes
1 eventually take the place of small dren's Founder'H Roll Is slowly when he purchased a permanent chairman of the state road department their play "The Goose Hangs barbed piece of the bona. which of Ihe lnnt meeting!: ",

7 orchestras. 'going on. The school girls have Florida home that It would be In for the work done during/ the I IIll1h." This Is a play of high lodged In her throat too fur down were read and approved '
I At the present time Jacksonville had no time for outside work. this sectionwhere, 'Soil Rewards present administration standing und all seniors. taking for local nigeriiiM to extract It The board of bond trustees met \ 4

) Is the only city In the South I wish to request that names Toll" and everything grown BO profusely demrtorTaylor attacked tho local part III the rust have put much She was rushed to a, Jacksonville with the council to consider extension n
that has a theatre with the Vita- with $1.00 for each C. S. A. vet- During the eighteen years option racing bill, Introduced! time and effort toward making It hospital where the hone was removed of water service In vnrloim .1
u1 phone and Starke people who eran's name mentioned be broughtto that Itev Butler was pastor of the : (In the senate last week. "I expert 1& success. after It had, been Imutnd purls of town. The chairman of w
r have visited Jacksonville's finest me before the close of school.I t-nlversullBt church In Mlddletown : to do everything I t.ltn." he by an X-rny machine. Itev. and the street committee was authoris
1, suburban theatre during the open- am resigning the chairman- N Y. Mr tlewke was one of the said "to defeat the bill If It reaches Graduating exercises and disc Mrs Itonks have found It necessary ed to Investigate: the nocessury ( xtcnxlonH -
ing weeks with Don Juan have ship and would be glad to enroll trustees of that church I the floor of the senate I will trinutlon of diplomas will take to make three trip' to Jacksonville and report to the council. 'h.

: commented very favorably on the Starke 100 per cent. Other schoolsIn -, -_.-.- also oppose. any other measure place Tuesday evening !May 17 In In Inlernnt of 1lebocealimaking The council authorized tlio. payment

!'i John Rarrymore production and'Ii the county are requested to sendIn ST.IKKK: I.UXUH01'XS: : that will legalize l gambling/ this the high school auditorium. The the last one Thursday' butthe of $100 00) from the publicity (;
the Vita phone presentation artists. and blanks will be sent address will lie delivered by Dr. 1'1
names state. child apparently Is out of immediate fund, to tIle Chamber of Commerce
,
111' Many nearby counties have enrolled O. H Knwall: head of the department It Is \
Lee's for business A review of his record while danger and hoped no on advertising:,
Laundry opened
'Ii Sebastian-140,000 new school- more than their quota.) Lucia of Philosophy ut the University complications will arise I
this week In the store buildIng governor: was given by Mr. Catts. of Florida Mr. llnrdnmn of Jacksonville
house being erected In this city. Alvarez, chairman. I formerly by Srott's Store on He put humor, Into his remarks The smallest graduating classIn --- -- --- _- explained the "council the Hand.asphalt .

Walnut street with equipment for when he declared "there was $2.- the Bradford High school was Stun rt- ,American Legion constructing paving process as n suitable

handling all kinds of laundry 000.000 in the treasury when I composed of one person Archibald new building here. material for paving In this suction.
I SPRING TERM CIRCUIT went out of office and most of It
work. The proprietor of the J. Thomas, now state representative -
It laundry Is expecting additional has boon spent probing my tenure, for this. county when the pre
: machinery to add to his equipmentand nnd If I hud known that" I would\ ent Bradford high school was SEABOARD AIR LINE TO ,.

l r COURT CLOSES WED. as Ills business expands Intends not havo left It there. 'opened,) In HUll, and the largest[
to keep pace with It with Representative M a/! K: e n z I e clans, twenty-three persoiw, will t

\ modern machinery On account promised a bunlnoHS-llkn administration bo graduated this year Many of BUILD WEST COAST ROAD

F 5 Cases Nonprossed. 2 Continued NEGRO HELD FOR of the very satisfactory work being If elected. and Mr. Carlton the graduates!; have signified their _
,
turned out by the new laundry and said he would Insist upon u sane Intention to enter Institutions of -

..'; 2 Requiring; Trial Are CUTTING TIMBER the reasonable charges mnde It Is conservative stale-wide development blither learning In the fall. ----- In Florida' nt'rordlng to reports la

j Found Not Guilty being -well patronized,, e Imitation If nominated of tax apportionment He flayed t the for The I graduates aro: Kugune: Matthews )Dispatch I Slates Hl-rht-of-Way railroad clrc.Ic'H.inp. .
-- Harriot
Hitch.
president
', Jacksonville May Arrested M<'K.\$: ASHIST.INT r.lHIIIKK: educational purposes and favored vice president; Sum Slernberg Itcint; Secured For NewS. ( In I,Inn 'I d

: With the sentencing of prisoners In Lake Butler on charges; of cutting the passage of the soil survey secretary and) treasurer; Florence A. I.. I toad At present tho Hnaboarcl has a
Wednesday morning, the spring timber from governmentowned Barney Mcltae has accepted a measure now before the legisla : Andrews. CiiHHle Mae llennatt Ar- line from the Florida.(leorgla line
term circuit court came to a (close land. Julius Gross aged' negro position as assistant cashier with ture. tliurlne Mlnncliard Mary Canova. to Perry via ClHclndnn, and TnllnhnKHCR -
brought to Jacksonville the Hank of Starke succeeding .. According to n dispatch from The line IH
,, disposing of the twelve cases set was yesterday -- Kline; Jones, Edna !Manning HardMtddlxlon resumed at
for trial this week. Of the twelve by E. J. Bundrlx, United Cleveland Urlggers: of Lake Outl TO TIJRNlOAJ Luclla, Mitchell, Ethel) Tnmpn the Scmbnnrd Air Lineplane Now Port Iltchoy, whence there +
three plead guilty five were nol- States deputy marshal and given l I'r.! who has been with the bank to take up construction of are Seaboard lines via Tampa toNaples
) I.oulno Fredrlkn
prossod on account of Insufficient preliminary hearing before United for I the past year.Ir! Mr Rae la NO. -18 TO STATE Moore Pitts its went. c-onnt route, connecting Just recently tie, extension -
g. evidence two continued and two States Commissioner Carl Noble. widely known over the county ana The board of bond trustees of Hi ruth, Virginia Weeks, )olInlcoWhlleh..nd. ('prry111,1, New Port Rlchoy, glvng from Fort' Myers to Naples
<: Wood ElizaBeth
found not guilty by jury. Only The negro claimed he was Innocent young; man of sterling worth Bradford county, Florida) met May rare Laura Newell the road IL route from the was completedThn ,
i< two cases went to a Jury and both saying two white men cut and made many friend In all section 3, In regular session with all members Kendilck Georgia-Florida linn down line link connecting Perry and
(irinin Thomas
Owen Joseph ,
.:, resulted In acquittal.) the timber placing the blame on .* of the county while engaged present Minutes of the last Melvin Kulch and Cecil Whlte- west coast of the Mute, This road ; Now Port Itli-hny will traverse the
him to avoid prosecution In teaching school who will be meeting were rend! and approved. wait. Included In I the construction five counties of Taylor, Dixie, Levy
:;Y: The case of the state against lieiul
',. Dalton Carter receiving He was held under $500 bond) pleased to hear of his electionto mil of L. H Oalney for clearIng .. reported planned by the Sniihcmrcl CltriiH anti Hvrnundo. The exact
stolen this poet.JIwlLItY. right-of-way on road 17 ant year while It woe engaged: In route has not been made .
/1':. goods was nolproBned by States for the next term of court. Ills approved \'I'II.I"U:: : .'IHEMONY: public.It
I 1t I on condition that Mr Gal- double-tracking Its road from Is understood) ) that
1 Attorney Adklns upon payment of release to allow him to care for : : HTOHK TO OPEN: the hoard Starkn to Flnldwln and this new I 100-pound
I ney furnish with evidence rails will be laid! the length of the 1
his of the
costs. E. M. Johns representing aged wife and take care Relatives, friend and the public cut-off by Cross It was also reported '
"' that the disposition of refuse link
: defendant. summer crop of his farm Is ex- generally are hereby notified
New Jersev. Ire Cream at the time that the Sna-
t' C'ompnny toiHtnbllxh from rlght-nf-way was satisfactory Reports. of the railroad's Intention h
State of Florida Mack Carmlchael. pected. that All Friends Camp No. 138
1 vs. -
: Storage Plant' to the adjoining property hoard would tin the west ('oaKtroa.1 have been current for
I, receiving stolen goods Woodmen of the World, will conduct to the line running' through sometime
owners particularly In New port
.J.1' K.nolproKsed M. Johns upon attorney.payment of costs. AUCTION: H.IIK O. p. Miller, of Jacksonville, nil! of It. P. Gainey for fence the grave the unvulllng of the late ceremonies!Sovereign' B.nt !Stnrkn' by e'tten.llnth" Wnnneallrnnch nit.hey, which, It Is. understood
Jeweler and watch road 17 approved line went n short. distance. will bo
repairer has posts on on condition construction head'iuart4rs.S. .
of Florida Brownie M. Howling at Swift Creek Cemo-
State VII.
.. rented the vacant In the that Mr. lalney furnish sufficient The news dispatch follows: Davies ,
U. M. Inman conducted an auction room \Var ell. president of
,. Bennett and John Starling. assault tery, four miles west of Lake Butler ,
t Starke Telephone Co. office bulldng proof that posts. were satisfactory Announcement IH ported to ho the Seaboard
( commit murder nolprossed. sale last week at the Batten on the fourth Sunday In this has been In NewPort
., Sto'State of Florida vs. Wesley Mc home disposing' of 143 head of < and will open hi* place of business to property owners where month. May 22nd. at 3 o'clock p. mndn. porhaps noon and perhaps Hlchey twice thin. spring The
cattle, household goods and farmIng within the next few deys. name had been uied not for many weeks of the Sna- visits. were nnnonncnd and became
desertion and We cordially Invite
ltae, non-support m. your preyenre.
murder In the first degree nol- Implement The cattle l Starke has been without a Jewelry A petition was presented by OW. I hoard Air Line Hallway's Intnn- known only a few clays II grInxpectn >,
; :tore for some two and this Hlnion and others asking for lon to build an extension from
brought a total of $1500. years Itlulilof.iiyDuring /
1 'nolprossed. (,,1. M. Johns attorney. J. W :Morgan,
addition to the business-'- circle. nt change In location of road 32 east Perry to New !Port Rlchey, thus the congestion of freight
State of Florida vs. Dock Banks, Clerk of Camp.
motion of states the town will bo welcomed.) of Hampton. The matter was deferred --. ... --- giving! thus Sea hoard a west coast In New Port Ftlc'hey, the city council 1
nolprossed upon M. dricks, assault to commit murder. That Starke In. becoming: recognized for future consideration.The ) :litWltUn'U.K; onto from the Florlda-fioorgla. there gave the Seaboard' authority -
E. Johns attorney. '
attorney. Defendant was allowed to plead an the "crossroads of North Engineer was Instructed to Ino to N'aplns. No olnviul:. announcement to extend. Its sidings ]III()') s
of Florida John Pad-
"q State and Incest rs. continued guilty of aggravated: assault andwas I Central Florida" In. shown by the Investigate condition of Boxes on Mr. and .\fra. riadsnn OrlCIf, a of plans has linen feet for f the period of a ynar He-
gett rape given a fine of $100 and costs action of New road made In the Seaboard) has ,
; a England Ice one daughter. May 1. 1927.! ; fact contly the council' demanded that
.t.". .: lot defendant term. A., appointed S. Crews by attorney court. or one year In the state prison. cream concern In preparing to open The engineer was Instructed tol I Mr. and !Mrs. James n. Rltth a rather kept Its undertaking secret, these sidings bo torn up. Olllchilii' ,

.,, '7 for State of Florida vs. Walter Floyd Green attorney.H. <.'. Watson a storage depot) here for carrying get letter of acceptance of road [daughter, !May 8, 1927I nit the Times has learned authoritatively asked the railroad to be patient. nd
and State of Florida TS. Ice creum. With the completionof 48 from the stats road depart I Mr. and V i. C. J. Lltchfield a that the project will bo they soon would have need for the
breaking entering
Brown, and uttering ftjr-f- I
forgery a :
the rond system truck will ment. aon. May 8, 1927. carried nut Hidings.,
plead) guilty; twp years in state ery. Jury returned verdict of not make deliveries of A committee was Ofllclalt of the railroad have I
cream over a appointed to Mr. and Mm. Lawrence Moody, Last Thursday C. S. ITcker, director -
i. prison. guilty. E. M. Johns attorney. radius of ., to 70 miles around meet with committee from Union a son. May 11 1127.CFMKTKlfv\ : been busy for months surveying of development for the Sen-
of Florida Cam Crosby
vs. IV
State Julian Nor-
I State of Florida TS. Starke. Whether they will county at the Edward: the route obtaining
construct crossing on I -- rlghts-of-way 'hoard went to New Port Hlchey
': "- and O. L. Sapp. conveying tools Tie alias Paul Norris bigamy plead their own cold storage plantor New River for the considerationof : : NOTICE and completing plans for the pro- direct from I the railroad's headquarters !

;. "' Into Jail. Jury returned verdict guilty. Sentenced to one year Instate rent space from local concern Improvements to the said crossng. All those Interested In Mt. ect, which will hn a tremendous In Baltimore to Inspect

I l' of not guilty. E. M. Johns, attor- prison. I has not been given out. Appointed on the committee I Sinai cemetery are Invited to be actor In the development of the the right-of-way at that place. Mr.
\ .,,: ney. This case occupied all of State of Florida TS. Edward I ___ --- were R. A. Weeks A \. Ouren.1 present at the home of Mln Frances west coant.The ticker announced that as. noon as
,i_, Tuesday Jury rendering the rerwt Baker, Jr.. desertion and nonsupport I Ap"larhll'oltFrlakJln Construction J. H. riltrh. The time of the I Mnrrhco on Tiledaylay 17, I Seaboard has millions of property rights! could be ac<|iilre r.:; diet! at 8 p. m.I. continued for term. E. M.,,, Company with capitalization meeting was set for 10 o'clock on at 9:30: a m., to consider plans for ;dollars! available for expansion and construction of the west coast
.... of Florida n. Tom Hen- Johns attorney. :of ISO,000 granted charter. June I'
I I 10. putting the grounds In order. : has determined to Invest heavily route would begin.




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r when Cbnatanc toot "IM .. I' dered. Its biennial legislative ban- duce dealers ever. saw This particular ....#***.****.***#.*...* Olga-Contract let at $15.321for
Blanc* aha detected a faint: *rjn ell | duet. Fourteen hundred girls attended egg/ Is four. times normal construction of new school-

the efficiency man' feature H# the banquet which was cllnaxed size.;(: It Is as white as the Leghorn : Keystone Heights J house here. f

Too Much Efficiency fro*. It Immediately when b. dl by addresses. by Gov. John that laid it. But It weighs all.. Helm dHi.N'or.. iiartow$25,000 bond labile tube
covered that she wu observing hfoa. ,\1. Martin, Speaker Fred II. Davis six ounces measures. In circumference voted on In four. precincts i la \
"Wellwhere next?" h* repeated. 'end Senator John S. Taylor of seven und three-qnarters. ........................ thin section for construction of 30

Constance decided &AOthSstrateglo e' I Largo. Inches and nine inches and is of miles road, from Bartow to Win-
? : upon Miss Josephine Cantwell left '
9 EJ'RabBEGIN
BlI move."Honestly. 1 S S 0i sound shell texture. A. L. Bennett Keystone Heights on Saturday. ter .

,I I don't know" sbV nrndenton--.The local measure. of Lnckawnnna, president of May 7th for her. home In Columbus -
HERB TODAY to preserve. efficiency, are always maid What do you think I want recently panned I by the legislature. the Duval County Poultry and! Ohio. lEaven.Grove's
l economy. You needed gloves and authorizing. the Manatee county Produce Co-operative Association
JOHN ,v. nilOOKK. wldoiwtnn I mean need Mr. and !Mrs. J. II. Houser and
I l" hardware mliirBS: .r- shoes, did you not?" county school board to Issue. $3C10.I ,- In owner) of the chicken. lie turn.
the ScrutInybecame daughter. Gertrude. left \Vedlles-
studied her until
... He ed the to II. II. Lnnsden
r..nirr. with a Arm rMlrlrnry "Indeed, yea!" I 000) time warrants, will not give egg over ,
..n..ln...... to mnnaRi> hU home Very well. Then we have been a trifle embarrow'ng. Therewas Intended according. to B.li. Jacksonville poultry operator.Oalnesvlllo day. !May llth. for. a brief tourof ,
f..*> tw.. monlb while he In a penetrating and incluaivquality' tile relief the Hontheru" part of the slate
1 ....,.. Ho fnlls In Inform kin practicing economy and living up to that causedher (fJnllett county miperlntendpnt., S S S S several Tasteless
They to daysin
..... ... ... In his survey expect spend
ihrr .lid. Con.mnre. our principles Economy. I may add flush faintly. She wished H. lie takes the view that In addition I ---Roger. W. Bnbuon, Orlando.
.. to
Illllr end AII Thcrlinrn
> of ibeir father's ..rrnngeI .** In mere dollars frequently co.t.more Hedge was not quite BO thorough Ini I to the dim ini-nls. hnwrver whenII. than extravagance. Note the his examination yet she was con. warrants. tlie plan' of making new at the commencement ex- Chill Tonic
IltvlJl.i;, enlrln.cr' .HKlIterr cone of your New Tear party. painstaking Interest debts to pay off old ones will rot I lerclses' of the University of Florida Orlando after a weoks visit In Keystone I
sclous that
.1 token hnnnehofU.rontrol orrnpii o' fhVlrnolte "It would have been extravagance was not displeasing; put the schools on n Bound basis. to> ba held Tuesday morning, Heights. Purifies the Blood "and )
John W.*.. .ult* Anil tunic Ih. 10 puy two hundred dollars lay, for ** S S 5 5 May 81. President A. A. Murphee Mrs. J. A. Lawrence and daughter
.
llhrarr ln" aa wlltcr. hedgeho. the employment of mualclann and "I think you need a set of furs Daytona Beach -- Seventeenvoting announces The commencementI Jcannette. !Miss Josephine makes the cheeks rosy.600
rut uhf Hill, ,.'. nllmvonr the purchase. of Indigestible refreshmunis. be said. m Cantwell and the Misses Arneeta
already -
of tills city have I will begin with the bac-
... men program
.
.- hiPCIIINP vchntnleI h.f:Pr......""......'n.. nieCe.h nit Nh.hP.nm Dut It wn. economy comblned She beamed at him In sudden boo' pusur-d the physical exnmlna- 'I i en Inn rente sermon in the and Helen Ogden drove to Ocala ,
P.C.' ........cn.,.. Alice with efficiency and the /rin- wlldcrment. How could ha possibly tlon for. entrance Into the citizens' I,inlty auditorium Sunday IInll'cr-1. for. the day on Wednesday May I
.' fl urn.. .. nn nllo.. nn... lice.n..oe ..heIi. clplo of snfoty first. to spend three havo guessed.. How could ha be so military training pnm!" which will :May\ 21.! Dr. William Crow, pastor 4th. Renew Your Health
chill ntfi-mllnu; rhnnl. hundred dollars for a specialist. and wonderfully human? And why-oh.
.Allr und hilly. nri IndlKiifinlItrenUH open June 15 at Fort Scrnven.: Oa. of the 'Vol ) <'Nlnnre film npititr nurse In order. to protect the healthof why couldn't he always be like that?' and continue for one montli., It church. of St. Louis will do- I daughter, 1-Jllzabetli. and Mr. and By PurificationAny

mtlr gone o.rr to the enemp.ciiqlnlIy the household!" "You are a mind.reader, Mr. was stated by Lieut. J. K. ttiiven- liver. the sermon. The annual !?\I I'll. C. F. llryunt left Keystone
.hoC HrilK In rvnlcil.lw. ftf CunnlsnrA the. flirt Constance opened her. ayes wide Hedge," she. affirmed. "You almost port of His local !pcmtomco.. who Is meeting of the alumni associationwill Heights on Tuesday May 10th. to physician will tell you that

from eloping' with 'l'"mmrTrid but was too amazed to speak. So he frighten me." handling tile applicants. Applications he held 1 Monday morning. and motor. north Mr.. and Mrs "Perfect Purification of the System -
.vrll. Tofliiy... hedge. !. nv* had spent. three hundred dollar. on "No I am not a mind reader. ," said for 16 other. men have been an alumni banquet' Monday after- Call1 hey will spend. tho summer in Nature's Foundation) of

.riMiiitnnylnir.li<>IM>lnK cc|"'l"lim.t .o..n.They in hitvawhlrh a tho efficiency man positively. "But rocelved and will be acted, upon noon. That night the freshnien- at their former home In Dale 1'a Perfect Health.! Why not rid
Julmt ..nrc..... C..nnc. lii.. pnrri.a.pd you see the other day I potlced that he sold.I sophomore. declamation contest Miss Call1 hey will stop at Fred yourself of chronic ailments that
neverni pnlr. of .l..... your muff and boa might easily. I S S S SOm'la'l'ho and, the Junior. and! senior. oratorical prll'k.Id.! ., to attend the commencement undermining vitality?
llcilKO Ionium In ehmrglnhfc..nirury profitably be replaced with a are your
even committee contests will be held. 1Ilo..ethlln exercises at Hood College
publicity
to nil eM>rrM.fft I'ulra' Purify your entire system by tak.
of "rjllrlrnt ..o..n",........." set more" In harmony with your fur ,,f time MarIon. County Chamber of 150 delegates will bo awarded lI !- ; where her. couxln. is. a member ing a thorough course of Culotabs
;
coat. I during time exercises.Homestead of the senior class. Later she
ironimerce heartoiiliig In- /
reports
:OW GO ON WITH THIS STORY I -once or twice a week for severalweeks .
"When In the world did notice
you will Join her In I rle. Mr.
ferent now being evidenced In Central S 0 S S parent how Nature
and
S loft the that?" she .asked In surprise. and Mrs. see rewards
t they glover's and re- Florida. Inquiries states the Bryant will be locatedat
.
John W. Booth
jontereel the Constance wastrying "On the back stairS. Bangor, Maine, during the sum, you with health
car received from
,committee, are being I
prominent fruit of the Red- .
to herself. Constance. turned pink. It was thoIIl'f1t grower mer. Calotabt arc tho greatest of all
get grip
a on == a wide territory. Indicating the land district/ died at his home here ', Oct
fyRtem purifiers. a family I Ipa.'klllte
she time he had even alluded\ In the i '
"Steady wblHpered to her ,
reach of the chamber's ailvertlBlnn: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lawrence
this morning, ( Friday, May 6)) of with full directions. Only .
the
most Indirect to morn
manner
eating heart Thi" Is only a little for. the Rev..ralmOlllhR. and have
program past family returned to Pittsburgh
slashed tin-oat. Mra. Booth told
when he had I't'bbet' Tommy' a I 85 cts. at drugstores. (Adv).
ililrmlHh., It's Ing
not even outpost
fin The past 1 fI) days has Investigators her husband rose Pa., for the summer.
nken. Don't be Trcudwell of a bride. She herself I
? too
sure. brought a number. of letters from early saying he would shave before Mr.. and Mrs. Philip Bussard andMr.
Where next?" he 1"d. had brought up the subject once by '
"mnn< 'Ifwl'rnli well
states< of the Union as
breakfast. Strange! sound! nnd Mrs. Frank Bussurd and
mistake but H. Hodge had never 1FOi OVEBITEAi&S
Constance pursed her lips doubt.
,,118 from foreign countries Including
reopened It. from the bathroom caused Mrs. daughter Clara have returned to I I2CC
idly and .tudled tho extended of
tip
the Canal Zone. Booth to enter the She said their. former. home
tier cho,. "I did not know you Were so ob- room. In Allentown
"Shoes?" he nsked. servlnir.1 she snld for. the sake of S S S S her husband, was standing there I'a.I Miss. Jllla"r'l) will return to ::1
i O"Aln--The monthly .report of his throat slashed and Ills
t "How wonderful, at .. speech. i arms Keystone Heights in the full to
you are guessiitf. I. n. Thrasher. district engineer hanging limply at his sides< "I'm resume her teaching In the primary <
T she murmured.
needi
"Really 1 "It Is my business to observe. "
for tho state road department Just shaving myself. Booth an- grades.Mr. .
i pair. of walking shoes.. Where do.you buy your furs?" I aaarlem oil has been worldwide .
Hhowit. Hint on May 1. a total of Hwerpi' ), He slumped. to the floor. und Mrs. ] a
} T. Reamer and
If. Hcdga left her In tho shoeshophlle tho chauffeur
Sho direction to
Rave a 11,778 cars passed. n point' between I died n few minutes later.. Booth Mr. remedy for kidney liver and
'.\ ho returned to the sidewalk, and presently the efllclency man Reamer, Sr.. will tqmud the ,
'Ornla and Onlnesvlllo over Dixie WHS a native of Florida, having/
/
nnd delivered a sharp, lecture to found himself In one of thoso Fifth Mimnu Meadville! Pa. They aladdcr disorders rheumatism
t'bluhway No.2. Tho following: come to Homestead 11
years oreo .
Frank th. chauffeur for allowing Avenuo shops that rcstimblo nothing hy tho I will return next fall. urnbago and uric acid conditions.
:jutatpw were represented from the northern part of the
Mr. K. F. Brandt and Miss
de
Ihe motor to Idle And thereby con- homo. I
so much as a palatial private
some gasoline. ravel: Ceorgla, Indiana. Maine, state Ills grapefruit! groves!. nre :Molra Jeffreys of Gainesville vlsII I I
Halt hour truly dazed
Inter
an .
.It saves tho starter. sir. explained Constance emerged with a silver fox: :Maryland' l\Ja SllrhuHI'IlII. MlohliKan. show places In the Rpdlnnds.Fernandlna I "ed !Mr.. and Mrs. J. 1 1. ]boner| ot
Ohio
New Jersey New York GQitDiiJ7
J Frank. Using, tho starter skin around her neck and a gront. I Florida. S S S. S Keystone Heights/ Sunday. !May 8. I
11'fiinHylvanla .
( runs out tho batteries." muff that matched It. Furtively she --The Florida Power Members ot the Sunday school HAARLEM OIL
i "I.Tl.. tho crank." advised the uftl- pinched herself to make sure It was i S S S S anti Light Company has a for'e of the Methodist church of Green .. 1Ij

U, (lone)' man. "ft'.. good exercise." not a fantasy of the bialn. I' InvernessTho district oincrsof of workmen engaged In the erection Cove Springs enjoyed their annual

i' Frank Stud, that ho would but did "It's five o'clock" announced-tho the Florida Tower. Corporationnro I of poles. for t he transmission plculi nt Keystone Heights; orrect Internal troubles stimulate vital

: not explain how ho would, moat like efficiency man. "Shall we drIve In being transferred. from cables over. which electric light on Friday May tith.! organs.Three dxc,.All druggists. Insist
,, to use It.I.ltwk the park or. take tea?" I'fllon to Inverness The Dunn-I and power service will soon be Mr. Jainos C. Ilouser. drove from .
fIN'R| of L. n. !Moore, [ 311 the original genuine GOLD :LIEDAI.rc,1
In tho shop ho found Con "You decide," she murmured. supplied to the towns of Yulee ucksonville on Saturday to spend
r Hi a uce renanllngr three pain of shops "We'll drive" erintendent will be located, I In the Callnhnn and l Milliard In Nassau the week-end with his parents. Mr.
With fond ryt'... It would have seemed logical after I Hotel Inverness uulldlnff: In connection county. The HtrlngltiK. of the wires and Mrs. J. 11. looser of Keystone
local '
: "I don't know which to take" she his amazing afternoon's record that with tho oflice of between Baldwin and Callahan Is llplghts. 1'

said looking/ un with a Snub.1q the .,III<'1en"y man' should be In cay manager George M. Allen. This Hearing! completion and the workof Mrs. J, II.: Lawrence returned *e p a'Ul
"Which are tho walking shoes?" and trilling mood Ho wan not. Ha district comprises all territory ] stretching. the cables. between Tuesday ]May 10th after a short ; 'J.a. a-.
t'_ "That's the trouble. They all are." I@ Indulged In long silencesbroken from Archer to nrooksvllle.. The Culluhan. Milliard and Yulee will rlHlt at the home of her sister In j

Ha examined tho shoes. critically. only by monosyllables, yet marked ('onorallolOWnK the local' system KO: forward as rapidly a4 possible Winter. Park. ; }

"You do a good dual of walking" ,,. by frequent and disconcerting. Inspections while It merely wholesales light according to a statement. given out Mr.. S. A. Cooper and sons Robert 1'd'ii': : .1':... .
F he observed at length. "I've noticed of Constance. Sometimeshe and power to Dunnellon. here by the resident engineer who and Carl drove to Orlando '" ...'F' !I

l K" "Wrap hem all up." glowered at the bundles on the S 0 S S Is directing. the operations in this Saturday and returned Sunday
mOU.i.
"Yes" sha admitted ruefully. front seat. There) was something St. AuKiistine-Hastings in the county. When the transmissionlines May 8th. I".
..It'. economy not to wear a single. that! She made a mental note that grim In his mood. ,great Irish potato district of St. are. finished Nassau county Miss Florence Smith:! who for \, ,

t pair of shoes. continuously" he II. hedge would pay dearly Once he turned to her abruptly Johns county has contributed potatoes will be amply supplied with electricity lie past year has been one of the (. .) I It
,4t'I ndded "That has been demonstrated. "You appreciate the force of It, do and said almost sharply. : to the cash value of $2,000for for all purposes and it Is ; 'acuity' : of the Keystone Heights ..
M cd" :you not?" ho demanded."I "I wish you would wear blue more the Mississippi Hood .sufferers understood to be the plan of the high school left for the north on t
"I-I think I have heard that." Oh, assuredly! frequently" anti the American Legion raised company to supply many of the I, Wednesday May llth. ]Miss Smith IsIioirMbokillsdtBee I
"Of course." The to the clerk: "Of course. It's obvious." Constance widened her eyes, thin $309! in cash. among the Hastings rural homes with current for both' will visit relatives In Greenville \
p "Wrap them all up." Hut a.. ha glanced at the bundles stammered: folks Hastings people are known light and power.. I Tenn., before returning to her ., Br&nd Powder orLlquidkiilsFliub.rieaa !
Constance bent her head and be. ugaln his frown returned "Wh-whyT" for their generosity. Last year be- .- lome in Pennsylvania.Miss \ ,

nan fishing In her purse with dutiful "Well where next" "Suits you." rnusn of dry. weather. in Oeorgla Florida citrus. growers recognize Jeannette Lawrence and :Ilosquiic, Readies, .

nnxlety. She did not care to look up, "1 wasn't sure there was going; to Andnd do you like it, Mr. which caused a corn crop. failure the fact that a better marketing Mr. Robert A. Cooper, of Keystone Ar.ts. Water EURI: BedBugs
fearing that the efficiency' man might/ be any next." Hedge" the Hastings farmers. sent two carloads system must he devised If this Heights drove to Uaytona Bench 5' Moths, Crickota

truly Intreprat the gleam In her eye.. "It.. a waste, of.tlme gasoline and He did not appear to hear, having to the Georgia drought suf great Industry i Is to survive and for. the day on Monday May 9th. 1 Poultry Lice and many
"And charge them." she heard him tiresto spend an afternooa merely relapsed Into another of his sllonces. ferers. make profitable returns to the Miss Edith Wiggins of Green I other insects

.; say In his usual crisp tones. shopping/; for gloves and shoes" he The number of parcels which wore S 0 C 0 thousands of growers In all partsof Cove Springs is entertaining two I FPowder 1. ...
Hack In the limousine they rode In declared with emphasis. "Scientific removed from the car as It atopped Lee"burK-LoteRt reported addItion the state. It Is hoped that the of her friends Miss Ellen Frances I I moo anti r2"O sac ;'II ;.

silence. for several minutes, the ogre shopping; contempltaes. the purchase at lost In front of the Brooke man. to the diversified agricultural growers will !get together on this lusstaveson, daughter, of one of I5aad5l.ro, 'C3
'k frowning at. tho bundles that lay on of all neccssltleH within the shortest sion caused Horace to display a surprise production of the Leesburg problem and devise some. way of Sreen Cove Springs prominent citzens I no Spr.w ("mmI J
the "out In front of them. Ha had space of tlma'and; with a minimumof that In. Inexcusable In any experienced district. In a .small crop of beardless better. marketing before another and Miss Julia Smith .'nr'r..boc:'!Jnonklll-1 !!
made another. entry In the note.book, travel. What else.?" butler. H. hedge did not. wheat grown by J. M. Wal- shipping season. I laughter of Senator Smith also of big houie and guuui.umocuMcCorraklt
Constance judged that It was time Constance stole a glance at him notice this however. ton. RO year old Confederate Veteran Green Cove Springs at her. summer I : Co.
to test the defense again. and paused irresolutely Unconsciously He walked directly to the library living at Lady Lake. Thirty- S home In J" ystone Heights. I JBitlcimora. Wa.
"1-wo have already spent more sho patted her hat. and began going through tho afternoon six sheaves of the wheat were. liar- Using. the culls of Florida fruits Miss Wiggins' guests will remain

;. than I've "caved" she snlj emily "Not that" he exclaimed In alarm. mall. Constance. hurried to her vested by) Mr. Walton one of I in making syrups and juices for with her during the week.

"The purchases are being charged! Now she looked at him squarely rooms, where she soon had Matilda which has been on exhibit In the the soda fountains is becoming The Misses Arneeta and Helen Bee I
L lie reminded her. still glaring at the and bringing out for I Ogden '
4 smiled Inspection every windows of a Leesburg store. Send I Miilte a business in Florida and entertained with a dinner
t. bundles, "No not that." she agreed. "Was dinner gown that she possessed. from which the crop was grown mrty at their. homo on Thursday. '
t;t, "It's-It's very kind of you." It-terribly expensive. She chose a blue one. came to Mr.Valton In a stimulI some lay In the near future this Way Bth in honor. of their guest Brand

"Not at all. Understand. Miss "Moderately so." he admitted. The efficiency man had little to say bag Included In a bnrrell. of apples -I "I'mxlliens' will take care of much Miss Josephine Cantwell, of Co- \

Brooke that. economy and elllclency Then hastily "But not extravagant. during the evening meal He did not: I sent from k-! old homo in I fruit that is now lost to the growers umbus, Ohio. The table was set INSECT ..
,-4a' urn, not synonymous with a policy There Is a marked difference. I'' fall to observe the gown" but he North Carolina.. altogether. And when canning for six and a color scheme of green I ,
et never spending any money." draw the line at xtravagnoca.. But made no comment, as Constance t tI factories that can take care and yellow was carried out lu the 'j POWDER .
) "Truly" Her astonishment was as I nab before economy Is not rather hoped he would. lie wo un-, I 0 S S S of the surplus, beans tomatoes decorations The guests were: ) .. :1 C
I y no means feigned wholly gauged by dollars. I con. naturally preoccupied so that he for. Tampa The and cabbage and other products of VIIss Gertrude Houser Miss Jean '
., "Of course I thought you underHood. siller the hat an economy all things got to tell Horace that he took seven- County Bar IIl11l1borouKh'l. the fields Florida will bo saving nette Lawrence and Miss Eliza :(.f" ....{LIQUID
.
There Is. a complete chapter taken Into account. Do you find It a unnecessary"" steps In walking from resolutions opposing und adding to her allied industries beth Caughey. .; I\ ...
un that feature In the book I loaned useful practical hatT" the sideboard to the table; the legislature to
you." "Oh. tremendously sol" she assured of the mutual system at .race | .-
"So there Is. I'd forgotten," him. tracks. ; on local option. The resolution -
"Necessary expenditures. In order He had NEXT CHAPTER Ces.tmseEakss Bays: "The laws of Floridanow I
: spoken quite but
solemnly ....
k ___ a .YOIT.
forbid gambling la all forms
---- .. -- -- ___ ___. -
-
-- and it 'In Ihe opinion of this association -
l't.. -- --- --- - -----.. Vero IloucliThe agricultural. that gambling in any form

development going on In the Tiger. and particularly race track gamb:
Hammock district weHt of Oslo hog: Is detrimental to the best. Interest .
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph, near thin city, has attracted! the of the state that It Is morally -

t, attention of a large number of wrong. and should continue to r

). agriculturists from other sections be legally wrong."
of the state. Hundreds. of acres of S S S S. I .
I the rlrheHt. lands of the county O'ala-At the regular meeting

i t Live State News havo been cleared and planted to of the Auxiliary of the American '

citrus groves and vegetable crops Legion/ Wednesday evening/ the I

this year. armory It was decided to extend
'iI:1:! o S 0 0 who inmates :
an invitation to boys are -
.; Pado City -.Mrs. Willis Price. at the hospital. at Lake City ,

t TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES of Moullrle 01hpr son nnd husband to motor to Ocala for a day duringthe -
f' were. severely, cut and bruised third. week In !May. In case I 50miIesanhour ---- _
In an automobile wreck near this Invitation Is accepted, a trip ,
'.' _. lucre caused liv Imll. Time nnlniiil.
ft to Silver Springs and,! over the
-- ----- -- .'
ttr'lzhlc.'by! th'Mldetile;; waters In a glass bottom bout will S
4 Aronilln- rcproHi-ntntlvo of ty lied. ('1'l1al4 will Uuncli on I In- road as the automobile, approached be given them as well as a dinner. I all I
the Arcadia Womnn'n dub nppenr'd leimlvo, drive for. funds for relief clmriccd and hit the car In u Lost your a similar. entertainmentwas day long
hofore the KIwaniM club this of MixHlxKlppl, Hood victims Mon lituid-on rolllHlon.. overturning It. Riven and those who were
week and nsked the Kiwanlnns to day morning. Time first. quota of The automobile was demolished, present seemed to enjoy It Immensely -I t\
appeal to time legislature for an *2.0u<> has been rrachnd uml) efforts The bull was not Injured. and! so It Waa decided to

election on n no fence law are to be put forth to obtain S C C have another such The symbol of the fleet homing

0 S the doubled <|uotn of I.OUO. JlrlldpntonHobt'rt nnd Norman S. 0 entprtainment'l

4 Sluart---Tho St. L irlo Inlet wnInspected S. *. S. a Trudoll 7 nnd! 5. respectively Pensncola Kscnmbla pigeon applies to the Essex Super- 3

f W. Mark. Hrnnkc.here. U.this S. army week. etmlneer by Col.! Pulntka -- Today! Thursday. ) to hud I lie II Hood strong relief desire. fun.They to\ contribute had on a c-tipck-np-- of bond interest county. Six, not only in its ability to travel -,
practically nil linen of business finds Itself with $70.000 on hand ?:I'
corps ned Ills HHHlstuiit. K. II. four fox terrier puppies which at high speed with of <": ..
Hill luck. started to obat'rve'the Thursday I which Is not appropriated' and economy ,
halt holiday, throughout the they decided to put on display, which ,Is being held until the commissioners
summer effort all
4m' a a ett cliurglna, live cents admission. day long but in its
until the first of October All can find a way to expend ,
Stuart The M.irtln county I the banks of They went from house to house I The '
the city hove giveniuotl'e It legally $70.000. smooth road skimming that
ease
"f: courthuiiHA was saved from destruction that they will be closed! on with their exhibit and when they which Is the remainder' of an earn-I
T' hy fire here when me in- Thursday afternoons had finished their rounds the receipts rd interest on the $2,000,000 is actually like flying. ..
.4' horn of the Hrc depnrtnient, at were $2.00 which the youngsters I Issue of several years since causes ..
hand, practice. It, tho building prevented S S S turned over to the Red Cross. wide diversion. among the npm-I .... ,J/J."co" :.
11\ Increasing thousands of
the blaze from spreading.\ O'nla Bulletin permits. fur. the S S 1 hers as to the proper. way to upend. I owners,

C 0 S iSO month of April. (lotnle.il, $71.851.- \Vaiicluil.iThirteen cars of tomatoes the money Two of the conimla- and increasing thousands of miles .
Vensn.'olaFerment .' according/ a statement from set high record for. .; _Tare
of this S"" a new | sinners wanted It used to complete I .. I
tlon of the state will enjoy record- the I'lty Mnniiger'n! office. According one day's shipment t..om'nlll'hu. what i In known as the Mullno-At- proving that these qualities ---=- _
breaking yields and! Blilpmenls of tu the progress. made during! la this .week. The total shipmentof more. highway.. while one (' which
Irish potatoes and SiitminuiH according the past tour months Ocala will tomatoes during the week wax sioner. and the chairman 00101111-1, delight you on your first ESSEX SUPER-SIX

to W. II. Tnube expert experience. In 1927 one of the largest 41 cars with 25 during/ the week ''place the) unexpended bond ride are just as lasting as they
who has been conducting u sur, building programs. In Its his before Cucumber' shipments. this on the Lillian road which Is the I arebrilhian 2-.Speedabout.'M.P8M.Speedacerl7II-'
vey. tory. season total :281! (cars with 37 highway connecting Florida and Coach $7JS; Coupe $7J5 Seda $7W ,

C C S SPensacolaTwentyone. S. S S aTallalassbe.Constrl'tion 'I shipped lust week. April shipments Alabama. AS....g...... Dea. .....__...
of fruit and vegetables from
vessels, workon S 00.
flying six different Hags were the lUh hatchery at Laurel HIM Wauchula totaled H cars, bringing Jal'kllonvlllChldpn"

cleared with cargoes from the In Okaloosa county I* progressingrapidly. the total snipped since Oct. Ito have great\ deal of common may sense not ESSEX

local port during the month of State Shell Fish Commissioner 1,654 cars. I when confronted with the problemof SuperSixE.

.r, April according to government T. It. Hodgea announced.The S S S STallnbasseeWlth whether to cross a road according
records here. Lumber hatchery Is
timber being constructedby members of to general
opinion but
naval stores and cotton load. the shell fish !the : a
were department and state's lawmaking body the Duval Leghorn: has celebrated Na-
ed for nine foreign countries. when completed this all will be chief executive and his wife and tional Egg Week by laying the
c' .0. 0 one of the most finished plants In newspapermen as meals, the Florida largest.
Gainesville--The Alachuu coun- the United States. State College for. Women ten- ham that companion several Jacksonville of a piece pro-of H. SMITH, Starke Fla. ''I

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' ACROBATIC stunts that he I NESS NO LONGER IN FORCE ";

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learned more than ball a century I
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ago were part of the 70th r ......,
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Birthday program of Irving K. IVY HARRIET

Pond, well-known! Chicago architect 4 .. \\clldrcoscd busl-
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itA-ta woman la wearing" Y
At an age: wi i imi men would --::
enjoy gatheil._ their relatives M (x" *41 I comas a vmia Important question

II about them and celebrating! quietly >. 0 11 each season as increasing numbers

at the fireside, Mr pond "Rave: I of women choono careers nnd 1 t ----
a show" and became a nimble- follow them. : _=

footed l IIny> agaIn.Som.E'rMIIIIIS Time was when tho few women

head springs, snap. I venturing: Into business effaced /d 7
ape springboard somersaults! the themselves as much as possible,

Cartwheel nnd other athletic e at 7R4'yyr6tvi.1 woro imnnlBh attire nnd were

stunts were part of this extraordinary !Hofiolher as unattractive as poe ? 3
birthday party .
Pond gave his unique exhibitionon Kil.lJAt! that hns changed. Tho

the roof of a Y. M. C. A. buildIng business woman lias n pl.ico in
In Chicago! He has been a i I ; t'to sun todnv. The best French 111 ,.xa..stvexltxt, 4

member of the Central Y since 'couturiers not only n'lmowlodgo
1S95 and exorcises dally In its her hl1l'ortnnco-tlll'y dextRin; costumes -
gymnasium: Following his stunts s t I for her ana beg her favor

Pond was presented with a huge I I Tho average buMuesn woman
basket of flowers by the Y. knows the value. of looking 'her

( When Mr Pond was 35 years \c I best. Psychology ot clothes/ maybe
j old] ha made up his mind that 1 1I 1I I taught In college It Is practiced

t when ho got to be 40 he would I / in the business world today.

quit the aerobatics which made There KgitriillnlitBecomlngnesti: I

I him a feature of the reunions' of I practicability

( the University of Michigan'sclass and fitness are tho three char- 1
of 1879 since the reunion! I I
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Pi'urn* ictiulro BI.llhdlu1I\dl1. and acteilstlos ot the perfect business) :
i began. Hut on his foitleth birthday little Jlllly Heck, 4'a-yeai'.old l I I costume It may bo a suit with t

he changed[ his mind. The llotticllo (la,) boy, has them In n an Immaculate' blouse frenH ouch 1 1 4 t
I lure of doing flip-flops, somersaults ra a.d A 4 recent drumming contest' conductedby morn. It may be a three-ploco en- 1I 1I I i
and, handsprings proved too I a theater at Clinton. la. Hill}' nemblo perfectly] tailored and kept I

strong. So he has kept right on. cnme in uit>t, with! tulois flying III press, or, moro likely this soa- r
Birthdays really mean nothingto .. Bon, It may bo the one or two- .
Mr. Pond.! Forty-eight ... r
years Piece dress that has highest favor. -

ago he made the first and only .... ... .. --. ...... This Frock is The two models pictured here ._, __-----
touchdown In the University of -" -y both, ahow the tendency towards 1 dal

Michigan's first Intercollegiate -. .. .,.; ; < sports wear that most tailored, I
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I same, played at the White Stockings -...- ; :, ... < .-1.'t, Cool-and drosses have and yet both show
park on the lake front in "" "" "< ) : ''"" ::1<<-''' <.<.' the ettemlntnate grace that marks
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Racine college. '" < '>f <;
" Chicago against the latest ntyles of tho year.

I 1, At the end of that game he turned Irving K, fund, at 70( does n II)lag soiiioiHiinll. iiinct, ;?.0'. Pond.[ Composed The red silk wool kasha I I" a L-. X
, t 24 back somersaults down the one-piece frock trimmed with
I field to celebrate the victory.A his head while the populace couldn't play golf! I would have Htrapplngs and bows of crepe de h
Two lilonl models for tha modern l iiMlnrH how
J love of the circus and of the gasped and stared"Conllnued to turn a lw handnprlnKS/; while chine of the same 8ha woman are
lioro-to the left. A two-piece Muck and while coHtumej to lireright
;' sawdust ring/ really slatted the acrobatics keep my the other fellow was toeing off n the skirt comes by the deep ''
j veteran architect on the road to body in constant good trim and "The trouble with people Is I they 'kick-pleat, in front. The bloused n red silk and wool! kasha fiatk. i r

acrobatic fame Ha Is a claim give me steady nerve." he nald. are afraid to try something of waist Is a touch now thin year. blouse Is of white.Jersey with white and bluish-green are aU K

t'.I'nor\ many leading circus per. "The sense of control and of coordinated this kind[ hear must be over- The collar cnn be worn either 1 bands of black around, the waist good.* t !o'
.01'mem and studies their work [ muscular mo\enrpnt la come." dosed or open and gives quite and deep black cuffs.. Its clue lies Materials run from wnnhabla I I 1h
When he was 13 back In his hometown always present Exercise of this .Mr. Pond Is a pat president of l different aspect to the dress ''In Us unlquo neckline with a .silks to homo-npun twoodu. but : .,"
of Ann Afbor, Ml<'h., he kind Is highly Invigorating to them the American Institute ot Architects d ,Alien shut with, a rod bow. : tucked fan and flapping jabot Iliey should always be chosen }

climbed to the top of a ISO-foot I ml and nerves lames of ball and a member of tho National n a I MnikliiK tho WuUtllno bandings. with a vlow to their practical .,f'

dome of the University hall, then amid l golf are nothlnn: compared, Institute ot Arts and Let- waistline of this 1 The Agnes hat of Mick grosgrain : qualities.\ The wont thing a bus t ;
under const i'in't Ion. nnd Mood on ,110 the vnltic of n' >" i I Ic Tho norlwi! has a suggestion of white (nose costume can have Is an un- i "
(rock distinguishes it as much as (
I does the cut. A white bangkok across the front of the brim where cored for look. Some materials) 'f'thllt
traw hat topping the dress has a It meets tho head. The back Is cut are difficult( to keep pressed :

Shoulders Have tucked crown that Is caught down away, to allow for n smart bow, have no place In this realm. '4 t

IN THE SPORT WORD >u either Hldo. I A Few Itulcs' I Styles should embody all the I If
\ The smart business' woman latent dovl'lulllUentllxcoPt the
I Ribbons Withoutthe wears black and \\'hltoII\ the Then two frocks sum up the minimal frills and furbelows. The <.
best In luminous 81)1011 which
tther model Tills continue n.uintHin ; well drCHHttd bunlnnss woman
i I Stars of Yesteryear; Mare Up-If Dempsey Conies air of nonchalance, that mule might bo given us follows: inunt bo Btylhih Hut oho novel

4 smart for one who Smart nlmi>ltclty finds no can bo fussy-looking.
especially
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Pigtails
Uack A Gentleman Allilclc From
England
. .- maul authority in her own sphere [greater advocacy linn( In the Length; ot skirt should be mod

I for tho )buyer or tho advciUxIngipert realm wvU-drcuucd bu liionswomen. orate and Hlaovos are bettor long,
BY PHILIP[ MARTINrpHAT
1 or the fashion npcclillxt When Mumnior finally comes the
"year of vindication" you eiit It Is a tuo-plocn frock, the' Em'ytrncn/ Hint H netampllnhnilby abort sleeve probably will arrive

1 heard so much about[ conl'ornII I lack crepe do china\ .skirt with Kklllfiil tnllnrlnrT\ is iraluabio.C'olutH In tho olllio. Hut tliero is a subtle t{.
I i Ing Ty and Trls seems to have is blinding nt horn-lennth of should lio IjcconiliiR, unusual ,dignity) and attire about the long

been S' led in leas than thioo .o ,vhlto, pleated nit around In tho I I If poimiUlo[ but lirver Htar- ultimo that the uleevolous &arm .
I weeks. tiniest of luiorillon plmts The fli'! IK Illuen, bi-lfiim, black and Inl'kll. .


I Hoth Cobb and Speaker could t ._ .
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''I quit the game now and bo sec in'o 'J.

In the knowledge that their lifetime I
records ate clear. They have frock Interprets the ,two.|iitn vague Woman Daredevil Finds New Thrill ?

received a tremendous ovation on In a new mill 1 .1"IIII'rI.IIIU; iniinm-r, hating

\ their. Initial starts this year and for its two pleci.s, nut n iipintc.. lilmiiu

are local heroes in their new baili nnd skirt l but .> .tr'i' '-hi 'ii' | of pn.it,'d '-

I wicks. erase dt (hint, .it,,1 un acrnmfanying[ ,
Washington thinks moro of I ) ... .
CourtiiheIn''kol.hi!; ,. rfi"a':. ttcmahirmnnimR 1
Spoke than Cleveland: ever did\ .hade Tlw unlr.ut' In I..nll + r .....,..;e ';>
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stimulation ot homage 4 ,
due to the j
Tho same x y.. ) Cc unbroken liars .m more, I I. oboe to the ,
over the scandal.} goes tti ><1
for Oetiolt. where a few murmurs lari!<'r woman thin Is nn abrupt lomhina- >t
against the Peach had been noising / thin of( rontmVinn' w"j..IIII1"I J ill. 'I hue '

about. i. 3,. ., ,'f t fr deep .Ii.n .
, It makes one's heart feel warm a. f i bands, ut cuffs mil hen, may be 01( n I 14htcr p;, 4, :

somehow, to nee the two old gents or darker bhiuk of the I f:teary) It, or of' .. /

getting along like thli.. ., the slip maUrinl' Him 1 .11!!:. nflir. .i un." .
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? for the pt'I.tl\( ."ail hut ->ln' r' iw' >

WHAT/ are the bozoes going to or satin frock that you hiM; i > .",gho .'

about Dempsey It he !"..fiillv I I'm"' .i firmir w.i.ioii, \copyrig ; :1" 4 '
does come baek'lIf : 1"' ;
he goes through Paolino, the IOJ7 l" Rrtttrrttk) .. : :

winner of the Sharkey-Malonoy rot ; i ii ,r. > L ..., ,

brawl and tips over Tunney r s z I I II I P { -- J ; T -
little $
everyone Is going to do a
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fast thinking and ask was that Spurns Liberty . .. .
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messed up they nre going to kick for the has ., '. ::: .., --: .. .;... '
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tumnier comes : "" .... :- ,
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wonder If the 'experts" who htlly: plenty of simple, cool frocks to wear. .... .....-. '''''-''' -'::: ''';'':''; :.;.,,.,........ ,-, ... "' .,.c ". ;n....--. =- ,
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the promoter'spnyroll. ,
him are on -' .
booed .
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before( the hot days settled down. And rv'ta'i ..5. ,M "":::':-.. Y .,/" ... ....'. ., .. .. '

need moro chaps like Lord how doubly wine the was to select tins
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I II rbnnplnp from nn nquaplnnp to alrplnrifl Main 1 ) Cndv meee of I the firnoun UufTnln Hill, "ll1lmll a new
\V "Da\ey" Burghlc-y. the British style. for the flower'hucd voiles and the I! world
hurdler to come over here dress.up crepe de Chine! Three tucks .. .. ----
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and compete In our track meets. around the skirt, a picotcti bertha at them I II

"Davey"in tho Penn made relays.n great lie Impression was as 'clt--and another pretty frock bangs in I II I Uncle Sam's Sea Rovers Come Home

the closet! Sally May's mother doesn'tcare
he was'"
as
well liked by the men ,
j by the! Ildles-whlch Is some acid how fast her daughter grows, (for I .

test for a fellow's personality. there I la always another turk to let out

Track seems to bo a meeting (Copynfhl, 1977, by KuUenck) ;

ground' to-* international sport r t
that l Is "ess fraught with trouble v "y'r t
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than football soccer,
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other college sports that end In TO ALL HOLDERS: C.l :i1:


bad You feelings.seldom hear of a riot at a Cambridge Lord l l;David iolnynm nuiglitey, Is of shonentllio the SECOND LBiRTYJLCAnNCTJCC! : BC::.. i1

meet. ;
track
Pcnn V .'
S e a : gunios. -
: C: rrr EMP\ 1ON ...
rrMlE Inside story of Dobby Jones one begrudges; him big. living and

-1 was told me the other day by i his> earning; that living In the manner 'Urn :Sullivan: purser of the "., .
the man who signed him up atl he sees fit. It is hla business All ouUtaMlnif g..and fJhtrty Tx>at f Kleamshlp Colombia, raptured thll !:..l '
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articlesfor p r e'nt I* HicU of 1"41-42 ea \ bird In the jungles ot South x. .
week to write golf and nobody else's. : .. bugle
$200 a .01 II nutf'4in ftnic Kertnntl I ifc r v T I.nC"nv..1 .
111m.I 4 '4tvr\ <>*ni l"..nolo f ::7.1. America, Aft"r a few w. .k'! onp.tlvity
truly S Second 4', '0') are cnMtid 1on 1 .1"1" the I'ii'l! was fr""'d by -Snlll
Everyone, Including! yovrs star has risen In the rl wondered why Bobby \b1\ religiously 1NEW f f pl.( IH,U_. btL on ( van i-
firmiment lilt name I h mil. his (1'I\ i I era
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to the amateur : <1 4 n u' ortd 1'j'e q Ic* "wild"
adhered
I Philip "Peanuts" Goo -t\'ln. 1hi 4 aid rwlurupiontau, Nuvrmt, r 11: W. flown "bu"MiltonContract,
codo strictly for at many years his ) little jockey Is only 10 years old Toltl' ... .*f *'*-"."fit! 4'. 11"| SfMii".
and then suddenly changed 4'4'_ vitl 1>.. .nti* : to Env l tli* k kr bo; .
but he Inn the brain and the magi\ s
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-I..m. anti pn>'I ftt par on Nnv.mb let for fur-
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> > mind.H You ness of a vctetan. Ho Is under IJ. in?. Hti-'i halUi. may. ..n.*... nishings and seats for new courthouse k" .', ".
"Ho needed some money. He '''n atvnnc of N..em'.r. l J5. I1U7. .eaered -.i<
A !Smith..
has contract to Robert ,_ .. building.
if know he Is married and n lulls from Wilmington. Pel, and part c,f Ui ti* .pTivllpR--' bond of for eh o".r ifflntf lnt.ell r_.* : Homo from their ramnles over the seven ca'ude; Sfim'\ armada, the nnililnril, '' t Mlantli' end \ gamily 'and the nickels; wereMcoming I Ha old man has charge ot tl"<" h...-tr. obit ntlonv of tS. t r'nl..d 81.... Alva-$30! ,000 new sclioolbouse JeM. steamed rnaJCBflcolly Into New York Hay and, the Hudsoi[ : river the olli-r day for ft rflmit/ Vllllt la
In fast enough while! ni William da Holdnra w"'t H'.tir. to avail thm..I..' thin t Wan' ittan. Above Is shown the ttlushlp Colorado, with New V>tl.'" uk% III... .1 a ktfround.. '
du cs. Ile expressed liable ot hunters on ,.f th..h.e''n p-Ir/l.as) If m '\ wli.iunnouncvl to be erected In town
was attending law Pont ptateYou'll I. ."....10'' r........ their bat It or .. --- ---- -
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a desire to earn 'runt ffumpany **. rmfthem wS.ninfarm
so I rasj? 't.inx an offer anA hear more about*tllld kid ..*inn r*>trr.I l:HIT th* ...ha..". t>lf.r- t Owners of automobiles In Florida and repairs The auto h4 l now a I It's Your Liver
writing ., Welscnlielmern at Hclipoii ax i I. r..elv. .tf. mu,,' u".11y| and .ihnuld not be tuxed
Tbet'eall. I later.
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be accepted irnufediai.ii he's unoiliSiuid'j Further inforrstl WIIIT h* ohtninf For SO YearsWHITE'S will fight any new measures '' of' \\'h..n you aro btllnux, conxtlputeil -
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tell me OUt <'\ I)
j So says }tit* new boa. and Jamaica "ran _ny F*.d.*r.| f<.**>pv. flank *>r torn "*i.n CREAM VERMIFUCE that will add[ new taxes on the 1 -- I 1I"IIII"'hI'Y or dl zy. mrreittlilH t
likeable chjf. "to sure.Drownsvtlle. f urn 1H. mm'tttttrtiwr, of th t puLJoObt ,, of I.iuiu. '
.l DobbY Is a Tr..llrJ Dnpartn.nl. wa.biaton.A. flat JVever Failed automobile' or on the price of /nun Plant city --All1n C Coast' Line loniliilon liy 1> thus "
will give
and oil The owners of automobile Itallioad l to extend loading fucllItlon I'lllH One pill ut night
= Tb.ore mn d r for.,.pee....wonn..
Canal Point-42: cars beans shipped Contract let atUU,20.a VA M LLON R-ee..chiJ.J W awun. I feel( that such moves would 1 to I this place rullofMltchuH's.
I from Canal Potnt-Pahokee and for lime rock surfacing Secretary: cf the Treasury. Price JSu per bottl Sold by penalIro thorn all they are paying Clermont Texaco Company \ Drug Store, bUrkeFRIDAY.
I Forked River station Mar. 2} to I of road No. 2 from Buchanan to more than their share of the taxes erecting: 110,000 bulk, : station at Li4i
.29. Brownsville. V/ashmgton, May 9, 1327 j Corpenlnic'l Itrug/ Store 'and other sums for malnlalnance Clermont [ : J.-4.

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f"! J T ka Oii kers All over the state cornea reports
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Flappers of new buildings and developmentsand

among the big ones In a new We can charge your
: plant for the Florida Public Ser- YES 8 HRS

vice Company at Avon Park. This

"-" new plant will have a capacity ot STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .

'f I IU' I 18,500 k. V. a, Instead of 16,000
ias planned at first and will bo one
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Friday afternoon was an pn- Mr. and 1 Mm. Ralph. Ilorton Ilur- t 3 <$> <* <* 4; <* <& <&> <*> 4 RATESBLUE

I Joyablo orruHlon tor I lie menthol1 hour enlerlalned Friday evening .

of, the Senior class when Mrs. R. May 0 at their home, 4349 St. ST. MMtK'S CHURCHKIMSCOIVlh <: BUS LINKS
w, J. Davis 'gave a HWlmrnhiK party loliim avenue Jacksonville, In '1>-
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for thorn nt Lake Klnicslcy honoring (I'IMirntlon of their llftecnth wedding "'fL< LiLrV..ftiTAnKH TWICgaAILYvsRTll= AM SOUTH!

a; ; the tlirco graduates\ of her ennlvernnry. .. Sunday services: .
neighborhood.; MIBSPH hurtle' 10 a.m. Church School. To JACKSONVILLE SUO
At 8\0: :\ oMork, Mrs. Charles '
Mitchell.I Ilazpl 1 Mlddk t<.n luiil ; 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer.
Pavton sang "I Love You Truly ; 1i fl1l GAINESVILLE .90
I'loii'in' n Andrews. Following this tho party entered U. S. CARLETON, hector
OCAI.A
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The Knouts' arrived nt tar D.ivlw to the strains of Lnhciicrrln's wedding I I

cottage!: at 15 i'ilick, I..rn. and lifter march, played by Mr.\ Helble tr .MKTIIODIST: : on'Rni TAMPA $5.90

a Kwlm In lie Inlcc- Eugene Matthews violin, accompanied by Mr.\ UslulyHkl. -
mid Orain Wood drew 19 I R (Rnoch Marvin! Rooks, Pastor) Tickets and Information/ at CCRFEMIVG GROG STORE

and 27 standing Tor class of 1921 Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock
Mr. Louie Mill, of Lawtey, Flu.. :
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which were. lucky numbers forking entered HrHt. being the only one I Sunday morning, L. A. Davis, superintendent --- ------------- -

and queen) of the Senior class of the original wedding': party present .
A beautiful throno duroraled with followed by Mr. and Mrs Worship Sunday at 11:00: am. -: S ::- ti --

pulmctloH, torn and magnolia! llarhonr. Mrn.. Harbour was love. : Rev. 0. S. Roberts presiding elder I

leaven had been arranged at Magnolia Iy In her old fashioned wedding I of this district will deliver the II I

Lodge: and lifter the king and gown of white silk crepe de chine sermon and quarterly conferencewill .
queen had been properly crowned rimmed with bonds and old lace be held directly after services. J. R. DAVIS & CO.

by Liiclo! Johns and Ruth Stern- Her veil wan held In place by acoronet I 1 1I Regular Sunday evening services

born with crowns of swept peas, of lllllen of the valley. I .yEr will not he held on account of baccalaureate -

the class flower a program was The party stood In the bay window ; services at the school
given In honor of the rulers. The to receive toiiRratulatloim. auditorium. All members of the INSURANCEAGENCY

class prophet wa read by Same This. spot was decorated In yellow I r congregation; asked to attend the

e rnbi>rK, a splendid readingwas and white, a white basket of yel baccalaureate services.
Klven by Laura Newell and the low daisies hanging: In the renter. Intermediate League at 2:00:
last will and leHtument wan read 1e o'clock -
Mr. and Mrs. Harbour were the recipients Sunday afternoon. ESTABLISHED 1886
bY Hazel Middle-ton. At the end of many lovely gifts of I The Junior League will meet at

of the program the king and queen crystal. During tho evening In- 2:45: o'clock Sunday afternoon.The .
'l abdicated In favor of 1 ICllzabeth An- torestlifc gamer were played. Senior League will meet at STARKE FLA.

drews and Carlylo Hitch, future Enjoying Mr. and Mrs Bar- 7:16: Sunday evening.

Seniors. liotir's hoHpltaltty were: Mr. and ... Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- -: :> : :
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The guests then repaired to the 'Mrs. Tracey llolllnnsworth.; Mrs. ning at 8:00:. o'clock.

Davis cottage whero they were W. Strothman, Mrs. Mary Todd Washington, U. C. flappers have made pets the newest! fad Here are -.. :
nerved tomato aspic, anilines, pickles Eugenia Dunbar left rRKSHYTKRAClirKCII: ; r-- -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs Herbert KKgleston, ( ) and Mary Chaney Moose leading their pet ducklings I .
and Iced tea on a long table Mrs Angle Sternburg Mrs. W A. "Diddles" and "Tommlo" down a fashionable! loulcvnr', Sermon by the pastor at eleven r
placed on the screened porch, and Morgan Mr. and Mrs Brodmerkel o'clock a.m.Sunday .

centered with a huge banket ot I Mrs A, Relnoehl, Mr. nnd Mm. J.1V. school at ten o'clock
sweet |ipitH. nonquota of sweet I Petfljohn 1>r. and Mrs Robert I'NION: : \VIMOMK: : : SEIl\'I; (''': parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Car Prayer meeting and choir rehearsal -

peas and lolypops were given for : MoCiiBlIn, Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill ter. Wednesday at 8 o'clock Special I 'Notice .1
favors. Miss Pearl Norman and Carl p.m. i
and Louie Hill from Lawtey; Mr. Sunday< evening Apr. 24, a I
I
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of the Wateroak section at- Christian Endeavor
The hostess presented each hnn- [and Mrs. F. Seaward Mr, and moat 'Intcrustng aervlie Sapp will meet at
1 was held teudml 1 church here Saturday aft 7 o'clock sharp BO as to close In '
oree wllh a dainty boudoir, pillow Mrs Frank Hurt hold, Mr and at 8:00: o'clock at the I lI
L on a memento ot this occasion. Mrs. Clarence Wachlld. Mr. and Baptist ernoon. time to attend thu-Bchool servicesnt ) I I
Mrs. S, L. reek assisted Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Schneider, Mr, Ernest hiirch( In the nature of a union Owen Carter and Willie 11111, the school house. : I Ii

p Davis In entertaining; while MissesKllzabeth Wllmott Mrs Arena, Mr. and Mrs welcoming Hervlce In honor of the :Misses Alma and Josephine Green Subject for the C. E. Society In

s, Andrews Luella Johns C. (1. I ICxIcno, Mr, and Mrs Robert Incoming pastor of the Baptist were visiting In Sturka Sunday I "How to Become a Leader." i I II

and Ruth Sternberg nerved the alley J Mr. and Mrs. Sykes, Mr. church Rev. (1. P. Raymond.The afternoon Scripture 2nd Tim. 217. I
Kuesta.MEKTINO. and Mrs. II. E. Peek Mrs Baber, choirs of all the churches Master Othua and Truman Norm The Endeavors: are preparing a ,

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hupp, Mr (!eo.DzlalyiiHkl omblupd their forces and rendered a 11 were. vlsUIng( In Lawtey i i 1 pageant which will be given at an I SUNDAY HOURS I
Thursday afternoon. j early date. No night service as we
) Mra. B. A. Rlggs; Mr. ,
most
: OF 1'11I1l'IIU'IMondoy : ; a Inspiring of '
and Mrs. Gilbert, Mr. and, Mrs. program Mr. Hubert Brown oDd Leroy j attepd the Baccalaureate service at ,
songs, Mrs A. Z. Adklns singing Wasden of Graham were visiting the school house.
Watson Mr. and Mrs. McKinley .
afternoon Circle Num- the solo of the evening which was here Wednesday afternoon. .
Mr, and Mrn. Gco Jones Mr and
ber One of the Methodist
Mlsslon- Mrs Chan.. most beautiful and greatly enjoyed There will be a big time at Heilliron UNION :: i We
ary Society met at the home nf Pay ton, Mr. and Mrs TKMPKIIA.NCKMKKTI.NU: I are open in the morning from 7
Mrs. Arthur Wood. Mrs. F. L. Uregory Smith, Mr. and Mra. L. by the congregation, with Miss Springs Friday night,: serving ; : :
6 Larson! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ethel; Clrimn ably presiding at the Ice cream and lemonade. Ev-
WIRe
U loader of this circle which
in doing; excellent work. LOckwood,' Mr, and Mrs. Jordan, piano. erybody-Invited------.- There will be a Union Temperance i I until 10 and in the afternoon from 2 I Ii

Circle Number Two, under the Mr and Mrs Jan. Lovelace, Mr John Powell who had served as meeting on Sunday night,
TNI-COUNTY
Alex Ilrodmerkel, Minxes Thelma May 22nd. Notice In full next
direction of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. choir director
met at the home of Mrs. A. W. Stratltman Martha Hrodmerkel, for the during the preparation FEDERATION MEET I i until 6. I
service being sick at
Sophia Relnoehl, Alberta and Au-
p Anderson. Mrs. L. C. Prescott
guvtlne Lylen, Marie Wachlld Bet the time, his brother, Lutber C. week.BOROZONE
ll conducted the beautiful devotional The Trl-County Federation of ,
ty Jlupp, Betty Hartholl Mary Powell served In that capacity.All I' ,
service which ended with a
F. S. W. C. will meet In Starke
' number of sentence prayers Mrs Primrose, Frank and Seeward participating In the music on May 19, 1927, 2 o'clock atWoman' Is NOT a liniment We really believe that the .Sabbathwas
e Hurthall Mary Angle and Loraine ,
L. Wyman was the lesson lelld"r.the : seemed to be at their" best and club house. The president itlstS.a.wa.tiesptIe.s,
on.
lesson being: taken from the riarbonr Alphus Gilbert, Wm. Pa- gave themselves fully to their task I i .bend has
of section 6 of Jacksonville, ready or a.e wh.n '
book of Fsalma. bor.i Ethel McKinley much the tl'....a..._.......a.rill. .-...... intended for Pharmacists
to delight of all present and many othery women will represent .._4 ...1. U'l ...... as well
During the nodal period Mrs. A. I'IANO JUC'IT.U.: Dr. H. A. Tucker president of the clubs of this Federa- .

Z. Adklns sang the always lovely the Starke Ministerial association, tion. All members of the Wom-

old song "The Last Rosa of Summer -, The pupils of Mrs. F. II Long resided( In his usual ease and effectiveness an's club of Starke are asked to CnrpenlnR'n. Drug Store. as other folks, and we respectfullyask

," which was much appreciated gavel a piano recital Monday afternoon help make this day a success.ItKHKKVKU .

by her hearers. A tempting 4:30: o'clock at her homeon Rev. H.: Marvin Rooks of .
pastor : : SEATS: NOTICE
our customers
salad course was nerved by the Walnut street. Two large to help us by pur-
hostess assisted by her little son, rooms of the lower floor were opened the Methodist church, representedall And you'd better get them We will not be responsible { rallY

j A. W. Jr., and Mrs. W. (I. Halle en suite and attractively doc- the churches of the city In extending quick, they'll be on sale at Mitch- debts contracted by anyone except -

orated with nasturtiums and zlnnlan to Dr. Raymond a most ell's Drug Store. Seventy-five those by written order of chasing while we are open. .

U. 1>. C'. (' .\TKR: KVTKHTAIN.Kl : Refreshing punch was served cordial welcome.To cents will get you a fine Beat for either W. J. Grlffln E. W. Griffin.

AT I.AWTKV; throughout< theafternoon this address of welcome, Dr. the high school play "The Goose T. D. Spragglns, or T. J. Parka .
'
Mothers of the pupils and a few Raymond made a most pleasing Hangs High; and you will never during our contract with .
Brad-
Mrs George W, Roberts Mm. friends were Invited to hear this and eloquent reuponse stating regret having spent It In that way, ford

Charles Dlnkins and Mrs. J. T. talented, cross' perform. that he wall charmed already with aa this play la something d lire r. I county. I
Moore hostesses the W. T. erent from any you have' ever Date-B-5-27. (Signed; )
,, were to i
The follows
program : the circle
new Into which he had
a, 1 Week. Chapter t U. D. C.! Wednesday seen put on by the high school. i GRIFFIN CONTRACTING CO., In emergencies call 95 126 and
ChorusMother loose's Molodlen "o suddenly He "I or call
said
afternoon from 4 to 0 o'clock come. So don't forget, and well see you By: W. J. Griffin, Pres. your
at the attractive bungalow home Vondii Inman Ted and Tom love the trees and they are so Monday night at the high school I 5-0-tf. '

J of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. The Newell, Oeorgla llaynes. William beautiful here. I feel the friendship auditorium. I will receive prompt attention.Mitchell's I

rooms were brightened with n pro- Rusn, Leslie Illggs M a r j o r I e of nature, and I am sure that "- ----- .... I'i '
Stump Lois Long and Margaret Hl'.MMKH: ( SCHOOL
,r fusion of sweet peas, Raster: lilies I shall have your friendship aa
Williams Frances Lee Peek, accomptunlHt I Write me at once. If you wantto
and ronuH. well. attend a training school In Say it with Flowers
The president, Mrs. R. A. Weeks
Solo Dr, 11. A. Tucker then followed
session, Piano Lullaby, (Williams Starke this summer preparing for
conducted the business
), Vonda Ionian. with the charge to the pastor ,the teachers' examination In Aug- Flowers For All
Mrs, J. T. Moore discharged the
Piano Solo-Old Lavender and brief outlining the work of a pastor ust.-II. B. Wiggins. i
duties of and
reports
secretary
were given by Miss Madge Mlddle- Lars ( Balnea' ). Georgia llaynes. and speaking In his usual Occasions i

ton, treasurer: Miss Olive Kay, Piano Solo-The Thunder Storm forceful manner. CARD OF THANKS Drug Store i
(Williams). Tom Newell. -
registrar and Mrs. J. M. Urownlee. The closing address of the eve-
assistant director of the childrenof Piano Solo Bird's Lullaby ning was delivered by Rev. L. W. I desire to express my heartfelt Gertrude GodbeyAnderson .
( Read), Marjorie Stump.
the thanks for the acts of kindness
Confederacy.Among Ickllter, resident minister of the many -
Piano Solo
other business It was decided Drifting (Williams shown during the Illness and
baptist church, who hla
h ), Margaret Williams. expresae
,; that as many aa possible of following the death of my husband The alL
Piano Solo-In Rank and File delight at such a service and briefly Store
the daughters would attend the Rev. Henry Albert Spon-
( Lnnge). Lois Long. I outlined the of the
duty membership -
' Phone S>
Olustee picnic to be given on June holts. Waldo Fla
Piano Solo-=Sailing (Williams) of the church In cooperation -
3. The fourth Wednesday In June Mrs. Katherine M. Sponholts. I
wall agreed; upon as the date for Marie Brown. with the pastor. .
Piano Duet. -Minuet In O (Bee WILL, HAMI VACCINATING
i4 the next business meeting; and annual The Rev. Dr. Raymond comes to -I ------- --- =1
thoven) Laura and Marjorie New-
I picnic to he given at Kings- Starke from Lakeland, but he has WORKT.
ell.
ley Lake, and Mrs. W. K. Torode -
only recently come to this state -
Piano Solo-The Restless BrookWilliams
N. Kendrick baa been
i extended an Invitation for the piculc sup
from Canada. He has a most
( ), Evelyn Stump ,
to he given at her cottage on plied with the necessary materialfor
Piano Solo! --Thn Swallow (Williams charming wife and Intelligent, WHEN GLOOM
1i' the I lake. The> committee appoint vaccinating hogs by the state CLOUDS HOVER
pd to look after arrangement were ) Eloise Rltch. congenial children. They are a department of agriculture, and

Mrs. Tnrode for Luwtey and Mrs I Piano Solo-In the Gondola, great asset to our community, andIt three-fourths of the serum will .

O. L. Doaxley and Mrs. J, M.Brownloe ( I.erman), Iris Brown. la certain they will receive a be furnished free to owners of I
J for Starke. Committee Piano Solo-Sunbeams and Roses warm place In the hearts of all stock desiring to use same. Ills

appointed arrange for Olimteo pic IlllsH), Kslelle Kendrick. the people territory la not limited to any particular Ii'i'
Piano' Solo -- Frolicking I I I I section and he
nlc: Mrs. R, A, Weeks Miss Amelia r- county or -
Ray and !Mrs. F. L. Wine. 1 (Vainest'' ), Sara Hope llaynes. ....................... will go to any point where his services .
There will he an all day work- ''Lao Duet-Grand Valse Ca- are desired. -

Ing and cleaning at Crosby cemetery prliEngleman( ), Eva: Marcotteand WOODLAWNMl. !.1 I niva/ ,
!Mrs. Long. > Fort Laudprlale-$3&0.000 new
the latter of tinderthe
port May Piano Solo -- The P r I n c ea.,1 !>.". Phillip. Car Broward county courthouse to be .
direction of Mrs. S. K. Urown '
lee. the exact date to be announced ( !Mann Zucca) Lena Belle Shep- :NNN.N..NNNNNN erected here.
later 111\rd. Fort iviyers-Several streets of

At the close of the business nesidon. Piano Solo--Ballet des Papll- Mrs. J. 8. Norman and daughter city to be paved.OranKPdalelJldll.

the hostesses assisted by lit- loim (Qodurd). Elizabeth Kendrick Gladys were shopping In opened for
Starke Friday afternoon. Road No. 47 from -
grading JulIng- f .
tle Miss nell!rlre Miner, served a ,
of IMiino Solo' -Spanish. Dance Miss Ruth and Agnes Sapp attended ton to Orangedale. I "" I .._
salad consisting
't sandwiches dainty, iced course tea pineapple naiad (Johnson) Mary Lee Wynn. church here Saturday Sanford-5.474 cars of celery I I'f..,..J :', e1
night. from this section far
shipped
so
-- .
topped with, .whipped cream.SIKH. ICI,1rTltOF: ; OFKH'KRS: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Connor were this season. Discouragement is a handicap in achievement. It kills all initiative and unless -

i OK WOMIN'H: CLUB visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nor Fort Pierce- -County cold storage I overcome eventually leads to failure. Financial
c.RiirroKNTIR:
: difficulties
man Sunday plant proposed for erection are, unfortunately -

TUNS: At the meeting of the Woman'sclub Misses Roberta Ida Mae Con here. the greatest contributor to discouragement, and the thoughtful
-- I Wednenduy. afternoon !May ner and Miss Thelma Alvarez of Tavares-Work started on construction learns
progressive to
man quickly
Mrs Russell! S. Carleton entertained organiz1-his
11, the following Ulcers were Wateroak were visitors of Mlns of state road between Mt. resources to avoid such
de! Mold tlub
Llvre
the I
Dora and Tavares. situations.
elected, for the next club year: Gladys Norman.
Thursday evening nt the Eplacopulrectory M. Inman. president Mrs Norman of Miami la visiting Lake 'ales--New post office to
!Mrs. (1. ; Guy Stressing thrift and fa
: of
The savings
Church street the first
on be built In Lake Wales. course duty of I
E. K, Porryman. first vice president relatives here this week. every financial
room were given a spring note : Mrs. L. Wyman. secretary; Leamon Norman. Oscar Carter, adviser. However, there are other factors to be considered-and
with coreopnl gracefully: arranged -, NOTt('.: TO nFn'rotte \N" to the experienced -
Mrs. D. I. Amen treasurer Accutpiete Carl Rosier attended the B. Y. P.
In vases and baskets. The yellow (FOiTORS: I man we refer you"for a testimonial as to the
carriedout account of the proc..edIIIKR U. Sunday' afternoon at Rising. many helpful and

In color the scheme refreshments was also served. | of the meeting will appear In !Miss Gladys Norman attended Notice .le hereby Liven that all I profitable ways a good bank can serve its patrons.

the next issue of this paper. B. Y. P. U. at Riving Sunday afternoon cretittom leimteea. dtstrlbut.es. anl i f
Wedlock Vy Jacob Wassermann. I all persons having claim annual Every department and every branch of banking holds out opportunities

was the book discussed. and a part I Tavares- Water mains being Miss Thelma Brown and brother the eetate.of S, L. Alvarea, deceased those trying to get ahead and build for the future. for
r..a4 are Our
of Emerson's Journal was hereby required to prea<*nt their service to patrons .'
I Installed to Lakewood Park Herbert and cousin. Fate claim to the lion. Georica A. (lardl- II '
the Mr. T. J. Alderman ( has
by president, developed loyal friends
some and
the
I Brown were visiting Miss Gladys .liar, ,'uun'l) Ju Norman Saturday afternoon. Florida. for his approval withinone will
enjoyed-if make this bank
Those attending were Mrs. Len- you your bank.
from date
Worker who /., Lazy year hereof or this :
Dalton Carter and !Mack Carmichael
that Wyman Mrs. K. K. Ferryman dlscourmfledToale ( :l notice will be heM In bar thereto,
t lantuld."ixlw"or have been attending courtth and all Indebted. 1
Mrs. JoWltt C. Jones. Mrs.L. \ persona to Raid estate -
A. Davis and Mr*. T. J. Alder- ihoulda oHr.Kl3l1VE s week at Starke.Mr are required to par their scud' I' BRADFORD
t1..s and. Mrs. M. D. Carter andluuihtcr. debts forthwith to the underilrnedadministratrix. COUNTY BANK

man. I a ).<..."......p.e.."'r.taya..quickly.i. [ Miss. Lonnie Belle were This 13th lar. of Mar A. D. 1927.MRA '

li Astor-Plans discussed for coiiiitructton I fMM GG...,...... B.Fglet fhcpp. nit In Starke Saturday. t HATTIR At-VAItE i: BRADFORD COUNTY'S FINANCIAL STRONGHOLDs
of railroad brldgq over "* nrry Carter of Jacksonv"i Admlnlvtratrls. at the estate. I -
) Bt. Johns river at Astor, Coi-penlng' Drug Store n 'nt the week-end with his I-13-II-T-I.of a. L. Alrarea, daceaaed. ,/ I'I'I I




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.UII '__" """"""""""". '""'"""'''''.''',"',""'_.'''''"'''''''''''_''''''_' '.' '' r.ti'i K.: ('.\ at the grave being In charge of i Ual. May 1. 1927\ I. 167.10 __ LI. .__ .. --
'I .XO"I,I the ]Masons.A lll.lrlrtNo.. IT.
--- I I Thai. Apr. 1, 3927 .. 10H.B7 t'
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Paul K. Canova was born at n Immense concourse. o f Itectlpta ilurliiK month 84.80Ilnl i t

Sanderson, Fla.. on Feb. 13. 1870. friends and relatives were presentto i May I. IHH7) 141.17 Use your head to get on your fe -
Bitsollocal "pay\ their last I tribute to I the ) 1%". IN .
where his boyhood was spent. He I mourned Pal. Apr. 1, "iM\ ? -__ .-.-__. 34261
one they A maim of Receipts duringmonth ... SOB.ailaiiiiiiiailurliiKinonth ) .
came from the well known Canova Mowers bedecked his grave( the \\ 21.onHnl .1.1I

family. I floral pieces ho'tig' of unusual b'eau- Mnv I I. 1JIJ7 676.PI| zWilipp -

Nev During! the war between the 'ty and number. /BTATB HHATIKOlin OK' fOI'NTY.! I

tales: hln grandfather.: Paul B. Cii- Friends and relatives from out- FUJIUm.Mny I. 1927. I ( 1 1I
of-town attending the funeral I In-n-hv, certify thnt the fore-lo : I 'H
nova acted as a t onfederute spy were: ]Mrs.. L. M. OI'MY. Minx Merle I lag. $ IIt'l I tinrtii<:li>iH HintillHlMirHomcntH : I
and It won 'by' a skillful maneuver Flynn Gainesville Mrs. Helta (" I I th.- fund* of Iiia.lfonl ,
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Concerning Our People Business and 1 county I fit,' t P.t. niimth of :91 ii V.
of his that the Federals. were led nova, Miss. Anna Canova. Pete Cunnva. 111127. la 'lrn" coil, ('.correct. to the bvnt

Progress of the County and Town.T. Into ambush and the most Impor. Miss. Julia Cnnova.' Mr. and lOt my kiiowlmlKf a nil h.-llrf. ,

Mrs. L. Dyal Mr J. B. Flynn Mrs. II. tVlflfll.NS, \
tant buttle ton8lit on Florida soil CViinlv, ) I
Harry MnoKer. Mrs. L. Q. Rule Huprlnlonilontof
,,.__.._","".,". ,,_..."..-. ,, -...'"--..-.. _.. .-_. .. the I battle of Olusteo was precipi \ ] : I'utillo: I,lint ructionHunril I'
] fr.f.] C. )i.or.frs. Wm. Han-
"' !"IIIII IIrWIrImUI9IWIPllTIUl' ''''' fIEItIOI =' 'mIImIlIluu L 2-lrrsIalmIsaIwJsa' '; I' ,
; :; I tated. dull Dr. end, Mrs.. Henry Chase.

; ) SIlISH( 111.Y attending I court here the first His son the late Senator Geo.P. and sons. Goo. Ward.' A. B. Onnovu n'l iti''inhs' met" In,proncnt rcitnlnr session vln: u with W. I

I .. 0:7: the week i CanovR the fuller of 1 Paul E. wife a Rd. daughter. Ituln- Klckllti-r: I II I. !n. May nn.l .\ H.$ Siir-; I Ii

I eo) va. alan served In the war between bridge Richardson., ( u. t-. itlchmoiiil roiii'vMluutrn. '5

May Max. ]lilli Perl'lp. Mrs. Ralph E. Rhodes and son, I the states' entering service Jan. II, Unkci'i Mrs. Mary a pl'l'vu'l.I| !. of last. meeting rend anil, I i I

4 90 65 0 Ralph have returned to Stark ut the ago of 16. Kelly, Chief of I'ollciKohnrts, I IMm I 'on from, tin en Itplti4 l tlonn .

5 91 58 0 after a visit of three weeks with I Mr. Canova made a rapid and wife and daughters, Mrs. Thud\ In-Ill \tnlt, l-l' wore niiMiKKiMl. utiil I ,

6 95 61 0 friend and relatives In Tallahassee. cfllclont progress nt u business colic I Hill I Mr. Cannon of Nn. ,'.
1 0-1 6-1 0 :o at Levlnjtton. Ky. lie nl.no. vice! all of Jacksonville.; Mr and 1 "'Spill in nnil. >I. I.\\0'. \I Illniion I. HiiUUnii.; I IrimtooN' I i iI
II 03 67 Tral'e ---- -- -- studied, law for a time. Mrs. W. R. (t'nnova TallahiiHHun; 10 ml I InHlniko.

9 92 69 0 Fryers for sale at Woods. W. F. CanoVH Lake City; :Mrs J. No 3, n. I K I KnlKht, J. f I '
He was married 1890 to Miss. I I.I: 10-" ill" i- anti A. J. ThnmiiM I Ii
10 IH 68 Trace I n. ]Mann and son. Hniulernon ; ColW.
I Hettle Kuxenle] Brown of Orlan III) 111111. i
11 92.. 67 0 Mrs.! K. S. Matthews. Mrs. N. B. do.( From this brief union were! P. Ward. Douglas.. Ga Mr I"I'I."..kl9'l I No 1. .1. 1 I' .,IrIlHl.\. \ SO YOU'UK GRADUATING? I II'
and' Mrs. Geo. B. llurdee- <'. I '
l-'lvnn. Mclhi-rRiir I and P S <)li .
Hull Miss Florence born children
Matthews. ( twq : the late Mrs. "
In Hlverside : townS Mrs. l'. It. McMiiKter.: Liiko- Ill 'llllllH I I'I
T. J. Grlflln Is a patient '
]Miss Alice Fernandez. Wesley Lang Goodyear of Dunnellon and. Vniiili-rhllt 'n. I II 5. 1.. L Connor, That means have spent several in learningto
land l F. A. 'anova, Mr. you
Jacksonville. ; Tampa ; years !
hospital Sterns and John Powell were in Mrs.. C R. McMaster] of Lnkelnnd. Kmn", Wliltvliuad' ami 1 Klrhy ('cc wa, Ill) I "
I Jacksonville Tue'day.SLlla'rlntendent Mr. <,i'iiovft wni next married toFlor.,1I"A and<<1 Mrs.\ O. N. Canova and suns 111 11 IfKelley. 'I think If you have learned t oreally think you have
Senator I II. K. Knight spent the I Waldo Levy Canovn of Jacksonville / N. IS. J. u t'nd-rhlll. ",'11,
week-end,, here with his family. -- Miss Emma Alvarez Apr. Julian Canovu, Mncon Gu A m Iv...... allcl Will. J..I".lIn, t '. 1 learned to think straight and if you have learned to I II
and Mrs. J. S. 31) 1895. They had made their ... I III i 'Illlllx

I In. Mitch1 of the state farm were In home In Starke In all. 32 years i' Hastings- ----Several( streets of tt-ilillHh\,'llliron I iiniv.No I IB. !N' I D('...41 -......11'11..1, l I think straight you have learned to shoot straight in !'

J. Byrd of Brooker was town Sunday afternoon visiting at short absences were necessitated city to( be paved.Pensucola$25,000.. ,I..,.. III 111111. "' I all battles of 'life.

transacting business in Starke the home of Mr. and, Mrs. II. L. I by the nature of his business.. He' bond issue, IliRlnH; No 1t.( II M. Mc-ltn.. |II.| |II.| 'I I

Monday.---- --- Brow flee.11ev. has known represented firms In this some country of the best Almost to be voted. on for city\ school 1mprov..ments. I I.111111.''u'IH. .",,l TllliCrnKliy I << tl'IIKII-UR" 10Ihillldrahl I I I Kxen your best -friends could wish you nothing better.Here's .


II. O. Urown. of Punta Gorda. R. S. Carleton spent Thursday 37 years being from point of i I. A' Honimllv. Vn 17.nnil. W.V.J. n.. Oilmn Vrnvall, I I I to you-anil good luck\ !

spent .Hevcral days this week with III Jacksonville attending the service among the oldest travell ('1.:11""K'S ii I:I'OiIi' I IrimtKi-K. in I inlllK) I I
ing men In the territory covering llrooki-r No |I.. Dt.: |Iln| >,'". .1 .1 I. I
his family. episcopal mission board. of whichhe GvorRlu; amid Florida. Ills genial Stnrko, Fhl., ]Mnv 1 I. 1(137Kipurt ( Mot-Kan n nit I I. 'r. ".It...", t I rumlOtlllMH ,.,'--. I
I Is a member. of ili. 'li-rk i>( thB Circuit )!) I 'I
Mrs. a. T. Hinton and Mrs. H. manner won for him friends wherever <*.itut. I In ii nut for I llrnrlfiirtl. County, t l'('I it 11,1)5 ",'..r.. rarclvtMl from KIIWtiv -
I he went. I Florida on account of Taxes. for tip.. and Hot-liT' .111..1111| | | tax illntilctRnnkliiK .
Y. Brown spent the week-end For western meats and Oversea I He also was gifted with a keen yutii' 121\!:' > for nnli'IIDII' to I, .. .'iniliuwhi'tlier !
with relatives at White Springs. groceries our' prices lend them all. Intellect and Hound. business( judg 13. W. IIAYKM, Tax CollectorI'onntr or not they; ,RhouM:: ; .flnmiIi-i .
,
Ve make prices others follow. i i I'rmtrr diiltSum,, wnn Ki-nnlitd anil BANK OF STARKE
50c dozen. The beat for ment. lie was nover approached Tllll Apr I I. ItM! __ lot! a.oll lloii) cullpil I for JIIIIH 7.'i'he .1..1 .
Salvia plants per Come In amid l see. In vain with a petition for the relief I Ky<< milt colleitcil; 20 H.R3 '11I..lIon of afrt-iitlnMT bl..

poetage prepaid. Mrs. II. M. Agin OHH. East End Grocery. of the needy. or afllicted'\ I llrooki-r IiondH were lnl.l ov... to Mnv "There is Substitute for I
Hill. Mnv, I. 1927 8S97.28 no Safety"l
4-22tf -------- 21.I iinli-HR the .1I1"'IIII..I'nt callHI I :
: Waldo Fla. lie was quick to see tile need of Ulil.in .-.11..1.. ... Feint .
I II'' hoiiid I In lI'lltr.11' .
-- Mr and Mr' C. Hoover had as others lens, fortunate and. wait always -, hal Apr. ,i. r.i27\ tniM) Hiliy I

George C. White came up from their week-end, guests. Dr. James ready to head some patriotic ami 1lcttl( 2,44.58 \ 1"1:11: "n..'""K",,"iIt'is;

West Palm Beach and spent the' ('huRe of Ocaln Ur. and or charitable movement.. Ills MCI''I: >llThe 65 On fv/nl/ Mi-asure (ofatfOun{ )
T.ul Mav 1. I 1-157! 081)) 73fimnf
week-end with his wife. 1 it Chan and Bonn. Henry Mrs.V'I kindly heart went out to any one 'I .. Itoml IIonIsPuil. 'Koll
.. ,
Jlonor" -iii.
Hoiinl .r
r'-intv CiminlMHloni'iH l
1 yin, of. South Jacksonville.Mr In distroHS I. Apr. 1. 1'127Uy 0511711 00 :
t>l f .Hrn-lford count. )', KInrMn' ). ..1I..tI. I
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Weeks otBrooker RuI'' However his most beautifulhnractorlstlcs ami "oll..IC,1 12293.08ltui In. teituliii' Hi-HNliui, :Monday, May 2, (In I\tni\ JHeqfurt of Sen>tfa 44 H,

were visitors to Starke \ and Mrs. K. ]M. Davlsj <' wore found while I. ]May I. I 1937IwrlriilHirnl 633R3.57 I I'1'?? with) ) all tm mtinrit" |ire,,'nt UNfollows. i I
. laughter Jean spent Mother's dayIn in hlx. home- -among the ones to I'u...1 : l.onlH) |It.| Mill! ihnirninii' .1. II

Tuesday-.-afternoon.. -- -- .----- Archer with the parents of !Mrs. whom ho was no deeply devoted.Ills Hal, Apr., I. 117llv loH 02 H'I II III. ,I'Crewa,, on anti, .1.I.I 1.. It."ivlcllilll(InllievMlitnteN (II. W _ _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _ _, _-_ _- i I', "
anit. collected 204 '
Mrs. Hogan Smith. and childrenof !>avls' Mr. and Mrs. Cl. V. Ander- love of home was provcrblal Hy nmt rolK'cttMlIlnl. .hhrd I of liidt, mi-elhiH", I read nnd --- ;t, I.

Sampson City. spent Tuesday In ou. ----. of l'hlllren.--patent rounded to any IIl one nptroveilrCotnrv, '!. I I'ulillf lii',,,ii of c'. r,. PerkpnHtMited C-_ _ _ _ _ _ __ I I'l',
bed Ill 1927 8K\I.73\
Starko with friends. n if in by <'m. May I. I ; nntl i approvedII i .. :,
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Laurie to d- lie glorified work and, lie ofl- Ciiuntr "Ni'hiturial. __ I J, KriK'K. pnnptir wits. reporteddead <>"<

board for Friday and wards and Mr' and Mrs. William times expressed the wish that he )'I.unit Apr.collected 1. IMJ7 1!' 21n120II 411\.76R\ and Itlit. rut. ,iOU ordured 5,nt'k,'n I
Watth our children of Jacksonville from, ii loll I .
Struth and two "mlEht; tile In harness Itiwih luit Iu'r
Saturday Hour sale. r-.u8t End with the Hat I. 1027 A3l I llion motion, I the nanieH' nf MrN.II l No
spent Sunday wan not In vain for while on May 177IH :: : ;
CJrlJl' ry. C'. ,55 ..ill. p I.! J llroek) nnd Klllntt Wllllnmit ImlOnritl
Edwards, and !Mr. the southern y
of Mrs.
a trip through part
---- --- parents Ilnl. Apr. 1. II.J7. 631 00 upon, Hit* pnuper roll nr IS oo
of Struth. of the Mrrte, he was .ntrhken, on lly anil collected 8700 It 11,1 12.no( "per month renpectlvelyThe I \ ,..
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu mutter of tux mljiiHtnionta) ). of
Monday night May 2, with an 1
Stuart were In town during the ;; J. I I. Hnxon nnd 0))It.'rs wits taken l
Hal
] l27!
May I. 6H.00
... W. Hodges, of Jacksonville acute heart seizure at Vt>nlre. Fla., ; '
?vr Bryant ,
nnd owlnir to tlm fact ,
week-end .frienda. Tolnl .alNi"' -_....l 'up Homo partlt :
visiting this week and quietly fell asleep while his I' ,-
Is spending Hal. Apr. I. 1927 20201.110 >" had nlready pulil their taxeannl .
with her parents Mr. and !Mrs.A. companion> on the trip Mr. J. S.Mulpas Hy Knit collected' 36".83 IIIOIIPV lutvtnir, I been contrlhnt- ( .....( I
Dr. J. R. White of Atlanta. I Is, : P. Hoffman.Mrs. liaallly sought! medical, aid. ed, the linnrd iinunlnioiiHly Infilled. ;JQ
'
spending a few days in Starke with It Is a .source of comfort that Hal :May 1.. 1127 16614.77NuibM'Iu.u.I not to mnkn for nny year redii-'iloiiH 1926.t In thennneHHnient \ I I II

Dr. W. E. Middleton. W. A. Stearns and little this friendly hand was near. bnl. dun Apr. 1Hy I II.sds'l'.i __ 41100.88 t'ln motion. Hnd, .,.......lId. Henntorll. : .

daughter and Mrs. W. H. Perk- Ills Body was accompanied. home nnit. collectedTi 776.6P ij:. Knlicht WiSP Intitriictiid t<,i PIIHHtlie .. "
Jos. E. Wilson of lilll .1,11 huristitpt policefluty on C CIn.J
Mr. and Mrs. ;
In Jacksonville bv his nephew Allan Canova and
Tuesday ,
Cocoa. are spending several weekson where Ins. spent Mrs. Perkins visited her Mr. Malpas. > lull. due May 1 _> 3"R3.77 pulillc" hlKhwnVN of Itrndfurd county b '
W AI.I
U. 11tMAN.
Lake Kingsley. Warren who Is a patient at The funeral arrangements were Clurk The clerk. wna ins! ro.t..d, to notify I- 1.4' \ fI
son 1t'
the Riverside hospital. In the hands of the local fn... l.tlclall.. Hy C. A. KNK1UT, 1>. C. Mr': that A' I'I.Hrndfnril Spn: ::<'i ir county, llaln"Wi nvllle.Klttrldn ,,,Ii: > 1ll \ ,
and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent D. C. Jones.
Mr. for t lie I
not employ a county t II guilt "
Mother's day in Fernandina with L. S. Hutto and daughters Arriving early Wednesday 'I.UK'I; Ft'W'Cf'IiI.'! WHO UTATF.8IErSTcoI,1'rY prenent.There.
Mrs.
,,. hs mother. Mrs. Mary A. Davis. Garnita and Mm. A. 11. Hall, returned morning the sad Jtltti *!ortege Monthly nimnclal I Btiitcmonr, of beIng nn further huitlneiia. ., .. ., U \1" si;
until next ,
hoard adjAtirnotl tIus reicii
wound Its to"th&Canovaflame Hrn-lford county .tor the month of
home the latter part of the way Inr me"tln -. whli-h) will '." held, on l' !
April 11'27.
Rer. A. E. Dunham of Avon week from Orangebnrg a. C.. on North Wnlnut.jStreet., nrnrritl Fund llit Mondnv In June 1927. i.: )

Park spent the latter part of the where they were called to the bedside It was with poignant sorrow rial. Apr. I. IIIS7 .. 13011HnrelptN ---IIV--- A .I'I l liHMAN.;I( Clerk ;L

week in Starke.Mr. of Mrs. Hutto's mother. Mrs. that his relatives and friends' realized durlnir mouth 2078 R1 tl
that "Paul" had returned Warrant during month 151420 !
mother much
lutto reports her Hnl. :Mnv! .
1. l'--7 666.71Fh.
I I It
and Mrs. W. T. McEver of Improved from his work yet was powerlessto .. anuS Korrrlturr. Fund CENT A WORD .

Orabam were visitors to Starke hall them with Joy. Hal Apr. I. IH37ItiMelplK 44X5 ,' I
arrived in His body rested In quiet seclusion I ,. durlnir month 14'lK44 CI..--t t 'Y
Tuesday. Illlllard Malpas ..
surrounded by the ones who WnrrmitB elurlnir month 704 O1) ... ''. ;' Foolin'merchants 1
"
-- --- Starke Friday from Birmingham. Hi.I. May 1, 1427llontl HaO.20 COLUMN 4. ,. '
loved him and were loved In return sts'e--5 "
Representative A. J. Thomas i He U to carry on an Fund [
Alabama.
from Tallahassee and spent campaign In Florida until Thursday when his. I Hnl Apr. I. ii)?7Hal. 111(1 74 FUR 8AI.K-( -Silver Spangled IlunirVr c:.:..:

came the week-end here with his family. luring advertising the summer months for the host of friends panned In sad review May I. .1'I27ttldnvr'n! 1198.74SOU eggs for nettlnx purpoHuit; I

Is past his flower-covered bier. I'rii.lonIlnl. price $1.00( a ,"..Ctlnl(. Mrs. ,
--- with which he em- I. Apr 1. I'l-'T OH
-will regret to hear that ('omfrany lie had been In failing health H.*< Friends confined to iloyed.( for .some time; and In the deathof WnrriintH dtirlnn) month 31 50 G.J 3-U. '
Warren Perkins Is his brother the late lamented I 11111. May 1. 1"27 47V 45 Tho light for hllltlneHII are not using
hospital due to Illness. of 1Ire.f.] to:. Edwards leuilerHhlp IH no monkey I.,.
Riverside The children E. I E.,) f'anova. he sustained such a tlcrli'Hlttiriil Fund FOIl UKNT .4owly renovatedupnrtmtnt the local piipur to adver.
surprise' dinner Hill. Apr I I. 1UB7lt 41 34 biiNlneHH III this. day and,
her
a
gave nf :3\ rooms and toilet -
he tteemed to down tltto
blow (tint go their merchandise to
>rt )lt"tit diirlntc month 204 NX
Mrs. James Shepard Is visitingher on Mother's day at the Ad- Hiruened window axe us Is evlduncod l by
party rapidly from that time, though he WarrantH durlnir month 125 00( room.
the trade- that district
Is
son and daughter-in-law Mr. kiwi cottage on Lake KingsleY. tried to hide his condition( from Dal May I.. 1'".'7 138.22HuIIlIni I shades. and city water on Mudl- the latest. report from I
In Milliard. complete every Fund commorrliil, '' 'elltt'r"-IIIII, Inumuliiitely. flooded<< with
and Mrs. C. C. Shepard The reunion was all around him.Physicians Hon Htreet. Apply to MrH. K. 1.. I 4"
rial. Apr. 1. Iii7 1.611 cataloguesbucauue, It III
being there. which has to do directly
------ son and daughter had, advlned him to Hal May I. tail 7.GOCOI I Urowne. Tel. 7-W.. It virgin territory and tho I
with the future, of towns.
Barefoot
MiTand ]Mrs. W. F. Mnv I 1927.HltADKOHl .
give his work--but he hoped t.
Sanderson of Starke Is ( up) CUNSKHVK\ 10 tilt IIKAL.TII: by exactly the size of Starke. mall order houst-M have I
daughters of O. L. Beasley ) I
two Mrs. his 37 service
and to round out .Imx; ;
years ,
Starke Sunday the week-end at the HTATIO I IK Fl4 I II musing. whole wheat flour fresh limrne.il that they can do 'p
were visitors to spending Mr. and Mrs.A. and retire In June. So he carried I hereby r-rllfy I that the forrKolnicMtitremitnt ground each week. On mile at It has been learnnd that UOOU business' there.
afternoon. home of her parents. on-and the effort wan too great.: of the 1l.'eipts I: and Warrant tho big mail-order houses I '
I --- I II C. Durden at their home. 912 11111 passing, ( brought sorrow to |1..1.. | airatnlif the ftinrlH of a. U. Johna'. It now innlntaln a depurlment We pans this Information -
Iliailfnril for th of
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Winters South Dakota avenue. Tampa the hearts of his friend, and fam- ]May., 1127! County I I... true and t correct inimthN to FOR SAL. --.I .small black mule, the duty of whom. ,along to business.

I and sons of Jack8nvllle. spent TrIbune. May 8. ily. What comfort can we offer? (hi. bent of my knowledge and bellrf. cheap for cash., Bee J. W. staff Is to read weekly leaders of Htarke and asnewspapers -

Sunday In Starke with Mr. and How can we answer the agonized 563tFOIL from all over sure thorn that all of our
n. W. AI.OKUMAN.: White.
Mrs. W. S. Motes. Mrs. Walter D. Ames of Lake question "why?" Clrk of the Circuit the country and continually support Is of course with '
of the
Worth spent the first park Court! Hrndfnrd' Conntv.lly SALE--Cut flower, roam make a survey of thorn. We maintain a local -
Al the fish man. can be foundat week with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. "No one of us can truly say (1. A. KNI and sweet
East End Grocery where he Ames.. She is on her way to Boston Why loved ones must be called peon. which ran be used. to ad- (
the learn of mall-order' sellIng -
will enter school MTV 101'P.I.: 'V T.1'II UWIIT' Wall. Stark Fla. 4-29-4t
will have a full line of flsh. Come where she away; KIM 'IIC'I\. a'u'TMFl': possibilities. vnniHKu- and l for such I

and see. for beauty specialty work. Why hearts are hurt; or e'en ex- ('sept47 Hrnool fund. service we make no( extra ,
FOR RENT-House, ten acres
plnln And. It In tt fact-that cluirKu Comu In or

Mrs. Marie McMaster Mrs. J. E. B. B. Hopson. of Jacksonville) Why sojne must suffer years of Urailforil Monthly county flnnnclal$for the Statement month .of.t Green Cove Springs road three I immediately that departphone and wa will call.

and Miss Kate Living- a fo.-mer citizen of Starke. was a pain; .April I 927. miles from Stnrke. $5.00 month mont finds. a town or MllMlllOHS goalS tO thOHO

Corpenlng Wednesday In Jackson- visitor here Thursday. !Mr. Hop- Yet some day all of us shall know ......ral Mrh"i>l K- mliTltil. ly. See Mr. Inman. 4-15-41 country wherein tho local: who KO after It.
ton spent town for several Apr. I. 1927. JU4 TilKftcHptM
son resided In our The reason why these things are .
ville. owning and operating the during month 418468 WARNINO-Al! persons are forbidden -
years. so. Warrant (ttirlnir monlh 7095611Hal. )
and .Ira. Harvey M. Long!: old Hopson Theatre on the corner May 1. 1137 22.1.BHIHMrlrt to trespass or rut timber I BRADFORD COUNTY

]lIr. few weeks with the now occupied by Rosenberg's I."I reckon when the world we leave ''II..._ I on .sixty acres owned, by me. ,
I are spending a Hal. Apr. I. I-J27 114 01
of Mrs Long Mr. and, Store.( And cease to smile and cease to Receipt durIng. month I11H4Hnl Green Cove Springs road. near

parents grieve. 1927 207.47Illnfrlrt
I.
Kdwardi. May Starke. II. II. Noloney. TELEGRAPH
Mrs. W. M. --- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Heasley When each of us shall quit the \... :a > 4'15-4t 'd
----- with I Overdraft Aiir' 1. 1921 1132414 i
Wllllums. Is recuperating spent Mother's day in Tampa strife ItHrelpln clurliiK, 1 month 711110Warrant I
: Mrs. Hardee at Mrs. Gills hospital her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. CUurden. And drop the working: tools of life 1 ., flurliifr month TiH7.41ovrrdrart hAD Y CJIIX-Tanrred White Lei- -- -.

serious. ( Somewhere somehow we'll rome Mnv I. 1-127 411.21 I Reds. 18c Special
lust undergone a horn,. 16c: :
t.having. to find. 1 11I..rl.' 'I
I .
Ov..rlrnttI.r.. I. l7f 421 1oItftcvlpts Barred Hocks, 228 to 277 BKX:
operation. ___ of Lake City. Just what our Maker had In
_
It. Hodgea month
Col. J. durlnir IIH141J
Immediate
Order direct for
I ..Irell. 20('.
:
I IOverdraft
professionalvisitor to mind. 1, %Warrant ilurlnir i month HH2 78
Mr. and Mrs. H. ]M. Snyder spent was a ( afternoon.! -- .Edgar: A. Guest. : Mnv I. 1127 117.231 I IHal. delivery. Joseph Dar- Jet Your Money Promptly
week In, Tampa ntarke Saturday .. ,.
the lint part of the .'btrl. .i 4 llnnton. Tarpon Springs Fla.
.:mbalmers I I''It no (
attended an : Apr. I. I-U7 HAROLD C. WALL
where they n W. Roberts (ot Lawtey was a Surviving Mr. Canova besides cHptn during month 10 /no 4-8-10t-8-10

convention._ __ visitor to Starke Thurs his devoted widow are his III\ulIh'j: Warrants during month 4000 Starke --- Florida
business ters. Mrs. C. R. McMaster of Lake- Hal. May I I. I IH27 419.60lI.uPrd FOR I tJoS T--.OnA nice five room

Mrs. A. II. Hall returned visit to of Cal-a day. _ lind.: Mrs. George B. Flynn ofMardeCtown Apr, 1. 1927 ii.. .IIHIlI. H77HIHpcflptM bungalow( furnlahed. 130.00) INSURANCEItepreHcnta
Saturday after a his only son Paul i 30 BoWarritntK north
ahan Andrews ; during month month. On State Highway
few days with her parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Andrews Canova III. and, Miss Eunice' ('a- ,. durlnir month 1200 of Starke. Adults only. Anplv the Heat Leading Insurance Companion
L. S. Hutto. Jr. and hiss Florence children Miss Hal :May 1. 1127!' ,. 194 14
and Mrs. .. attended the showing of Don Juanat : nova." Four grand( lllxlrlrta.. 0fluui. J. C. Manning Stark! 5-6-41 (FIHE ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOHILK. UONO. LIADILITY
Lucia Furplesn.. Miss! Martha Powell U *4
I Theatre Jackson- Apr. I. I-IJ7: I .
Ruby Oalnes of Jasper has the Riverside Hilly Powell and George FlynnJr. 1t..I.I.l| during, mnnth .__ 311 71 Made
Adjustment Promptly
spending several days In I' vllle Saturday night. Four( brothers A, B. Canovaof Warrant] during' month 24 6ftHaul. I .

been her aunt. ]Mrs. M. Le- Jacksonville W. It. Canova of May I 1927 17204 _ l
Starke with Rothlls of Munlce. Inda. ar. \ l)lp.lrl.-t la. THal. ,I For Perfect Sewage Use 1 r
vlton. J. Tallahassee. O. N. Canova of Waldo Apr. 1.1.27 211ftl'' \ ,
-- .. _--.--._ rived In !Starke: Wednesday tort T. II. Canova of Los Angeles: !! lt.relpta during month ftH 21
daughters. end the summer months on his Warrant J. B. Sapp and ( > Calif. Two sisters Mm. Henry Hubbard Septic .... .
Lena Mrs ami Dorothy and Miss Gue- place near town purchased two I (rha e of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. LOS). May I.l)l 1027"trl<-<. !If.. C 2 4.3U 1 i ,--.- -- "'" -------- -

Mae Bennett spent Sunday years ago. L). Mann: of Sanderson. and, numerous f'Apr.\ I. 1>27 -. 131 77 Tanks I 1
ale month 02 '10Hal. i
Gainesville. relative. more distantly re- Keolnt-i. durlnir
with friends In of the big 300 engines May I. 11127 194 *7 I.
.
-.- One I moved l>l..trlrt - of early : the next Lost to city sew CITY BARBER
and long string cars member of
and Mrs. Levi Dyal drawing a The deceased was a Apr. 1. 1927 ? 2-I1 U
IIII' Gerald. of Ja'k..onvllle.. last Friday morning. Just south of the Starke Baptist. church and the 'I<"relntn during month 41 42 ; age. Family .I/e; put incomplete I
< were guests Thursday If It was made of ltllrlrt N.l || \,'Ph 40( feet of
I Mrs. O. J. Grlmn. box cars an Masons. Warrants Ourlnn; month I2 .7iFtcvelpta > I
sister pasteboard. when the engine backed Funeral .services were held at dining month .. 11141( $tO 00.) ) Factory :
seepage
get a start. The line was residence on Thursday Warrants during month 141 Ilk :
of Haw- to : the family Service Satisfaction I
,:' Mm.. Amanda Wiggins visitIng( :, her eon blocked( for a few hours while the afternoon.( May 5. at 3:00: o'clock. Hal. May I.1)1..1.U27..-,*' -... .11Rat. 138.2") 243 So. Fin Galneq-i I

thorne.dallllhtt'r-in-law.I. here Snpt. and wrecking (tang( under Mr. lIutto Itevi., Klckllter and C. P. Raymond Apr. I. t 11131 _', 11 20during ville. FlsC:, Ian) a card : ,
the
( wreckage Into _
and dumped the offlclatlng. ltlpf month 316 lit I
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. ditch and repaired the tracks. A quartette of men's voices sang Hal. May I. 1927 .- h 192.24 and I wil*" .irul explain I
..
))I..t. ft 1.1Hal. :
who Is playln: -- with much feeling, accompanied Apr. I, 1927 -. 47001 it to' YUII. STARKE FLORIDAClewlston '
E. K. Perryman ball Chlpley Collins I Furniture by Mrt. F. H. Long at the piano. ftrlptn diirlnr month 2H4 A3 ----.J

with the Selma. Alabama. Company establishing matlre- The numbers rendered were: Overdraft May I. 1127 .. 201.40Illmtrlrt "
Wednes-
___
club this II81U0n.In spent this city.M.sra. factory in Chipley. (a) Nearer My God to Thee ( b) Bal. Apr. I. )un __!_If._ ...-|J____ 10
day at bla home New Port RIchey-Contract let Asleep In Jesus and (fe) Jesus ReceIpts, during month. __ 17I>0 L1 ; Klsslmmee New white way

.. for construction of new bridge! Savior Pilot Me. Hal May I, un __ __'" ._ U4.1nimtrtrt GalnrFin.. \ -Atlantic Coast Installed In this
B.Cl'
A. .. j \ Railroad establishing new track lighting system
J. E. Clemons. Plthlascotea river on Main The Interment took place at the Je I
the over ____ recently.
Mallie of Bat Apr. 1. 127 _.__ lIt.OO I system within townslte limits. I city
8uneaey. and son. among those street at coat oC I24.400. Crosby: Lake "mete.tbe services Ke.lpt-i during month ____ 46.10 _
'Broolter section were
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pum six KRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPE, STAHKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MAT 13. 1927
,

J f'I. / II.#..#...*#..#.....*--*.**. I Wlmberly and Ethel Ricks and C. : +-- .. .:. - .. ... ---- -..eaVp- .__- -- rte, cent over the present tax-the ex-

I 11\1. Urlflls. : tra revenue to go to rearing road t

: : GRAHAM I ,. ?fr. and Mrs. Nelson Green of II bond Issues, came up for consid (

: Farmers & 'Jlu| llrn Nurrrnrr, Cur. + Starke spent Sunday ht>reIth; ] WITH THE LEGISLATORSMay eration. Representative Scolleld
Farming I. relatives of Citrus: county moved that it be

......#................ Mrs.\ Annie Lee visited relatives ...---------------------:0 Indefinitely postponed and< his motion

II at Mjixvlllo for the week-end carried.\
I I
I Hi-v ( A. Crosby of Starke filled -
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. \ 30 would tie a legal. holidayIn
(Ily ,Igrlcnhnrul( IMItor) I his regular appoint meant. at theltnpffxt ) Lang were
church visitors of Lawtey Sunday the mate, to he known as National The senate bill which would pro- The house by a vote of 64 to 1 \
Saturday and Sun-
W. K.< Converse spent Sunday Memorial\ day, observed In vide an excise tax of four cents on passed a bill barring the distribution

I day with friends at Lawtey.Mr. honor of the departed heroes of each gallon of lubricating oil and In Florida of any printed mutter
II.
K. Murrhco of IsHpi'iuling
FARMERS AND- TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE a few" dnvK here.Tampa and, Mrs. II. C. Wlmberly. nil warn, by the terms of a bill by kerosene sold in Florida has been banned by, the government
and Mr and Mrs: II. C. \Vlmi Representative Charles II. Ketch- I reported out unfavorably.The front the malls. Representative
FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Mr. and Mrs Cleve Stricklandand
" ARTICLES OF i burly, Jr., left Tuesday morningfor iim of Monroe, county Harris of Plnellas county, author
mother of NIcholH
spent a
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY few days here, last week. a week's visit with relatives at bill by ,Speaker Davis to of I the bill declared express companies

Mrs. Sfhiifll! Byrd spent Saturday I I Madison.\ The bill to amend the statutesrelating clarify and/ revise the election laws are wringing to Florida

V In Waldo with her parents. I Miss Kthel Kicks !Airs ii. C. to pugilistic exhibition, of the state, passed the house as newsstands "filthy" magazines

M tki: iH'i.iriors: 1 I 11.1, 1)1.M; \ :\ U 1'1 lit UOOII Charlie Thomas and sister, !I Wlmberly. Jr., and Mrs. II. C. which would permit the staging of the chief legislative action of the that "contaminate the minds of

$ I-I<-KI.IS: OF i.ovv Gut; 1111.1 I : c.itims .\irivini: Itiihy, spent the weekend In Lake Wimberly motored to Starke Monday boas by the Florida National I three sessions. Little oppositionwas our children"
? out i 1111'1: '.1,01'a1CVT: : Diitlar.Mr < Guard', the American Legion, the started to the measure and
\M: l\Ti: I 'Ml'MltKltS and Mrs. I.1.. Dynl spent I FrlemU through this section, of Y. M C. A. and toilettes In the I the vote was 61 to 1 on final pass Representative Bell's DeSoto

Snnil.iy nt zrr; with her parents, (KIIMIta1'uiklnsnn, more familiarly State( pasHid( the home, but It rnr- age. bill for the assessment of a license
Shun. hits and a large part of It has often win' thought Diet Mr. and Mrs J.V.. Lewis known ui "lUg LiHh" will re- rind an amendment providing that 1---- tax by the state and counties! on.
y >
Die the i ierall ""I'i| "f satin cucumbers" ccn'inline ': hfarlh reprnxentthe period of our Tn( in pa are visiting her parents I ocrtired at the home of his daughter exhibitions.Representative.. I proposing the levy of a direct taxI paid lectures etc, passed

.on after tlm whip national development when n Jlb- : Mr. and Mis.!\ Sun Thomas.Uuv. Mrs.\ John Savage at Stuart I I of one mill upon the state, and 1 the 57 to 0.

ping i .i- MI I Is over may )he kept c rnl supply of wood wan most neeessniy Woods has opened up a''' InHt Tuesday. The remains were A J. Thomas of creation of a Florida State Advertising -
from : 'iiiB' ': to. uastn If made, Into ( I ill-ought" to Long lirani cemetery' I Hoard, Introduced In
; or If not flue eurllr-Ht pioneer beet market hero nnd Intends to Bradford, county, Introduced a bill was A bill empowering county commissioners -
dill i II ]1.1.! "I-n called cPlf-Koiir- days the time of rapid<1 Hct- move his family here from South where funeral services were held to provide' for supervision and the house of representatives by and governing bodies
ed, <.11 t imeuteil< pickles) sny Dr.K U"lIIl'lIt when land F'luridn.S'e will bn glad to welcome I .n the church there by Hev. J. L. control by the States Board of I l Fred \'alz member of the Duval of various municipalities to vacate
now wns bolng-
Mrlcklaml>1 and the took :
\\ Hi ,t-Ri'r fiilomnloKlst of the them to one town. Interment Hculth over all water supply, sewerage county delegation.!! Introductionof streets, roads, highways, and to
State' Plant Hoard P'"ght! under the plow farmsteads !Mrs. !K .1. Murrhoo\ and son, place.' )He leaves a wife, one waste and refuge disposal the bill, which would provide a cancel, all or any part of plats or
'('coiiBtructed and new towns nnd ,daughter and three sons to mourn fund of approximately 1000.000 of laud passed the houuu 70
Firm iilli of any .size may bn Dowi-y grandson Guy 1)yrd.ISpent I In tile state Insofar aa sanitaryand maps :
appearing' on I the map. The countries his departure.Tho annually for advertising the state
Sunday nt Highland ai the physical renditions. affect public to 1.
used fns making dill pickles, forImm"IIII'I
i I of I'liropo" whoso social alldIndnsh'Inl giiext: of her .sister !Mrs. J. II.Dimmed. I following from here attended health. was tho chief feature of the house
) use' ,, hut the smaller cu- < I the funeral services of Kll.slia sessions
development runs some today. The )Florida railroad commission
'umhe". not aver iilinut four Inchen centurlus buck of our own use but ) O.) W Dyul spent !Monday Inl Wilkinson nt Long ranch" cemetery The bill to abolish occupation is empowered to enforce its

In< UK "prndtin, nicer nnd better one-third of one-liulf us 'i Starke on business.Mr Thursday, Mrs Annie Lee.Mrs. licenses In Florida which has bob- Representative Valz, Crews and orders to carriers under a bill of

keeping pIckhiMVesselH l wood per, capita HI tho "" mUdl'// and Mrs. Walter 1':,lmonlKOn 11. C, Miss\ Wlmberly.Uuby Lee Miss\ Airs IlcthWlmberly J. bed up in every session of the legislature booth the Jacksonville delegation Speaker Davis passed by the house.
and children of Stnrke proposed a constitutional amend- the law prescribing a penaltyof
spent for number of new
of KiiiMM': or enrtlicn were the t'nltod Slates; and nt first A. Starling, J. T. Marr\ Percy Lee. years,
Sunday Iu'rpIIl'Pllly' ment to extend, the term of ofllce\ $5000 for failure to comply
wait again voted down by the Ben-
or other non-metal substance. having blush this would 1 Indicate, .
that the C. II. Dennett and If. C Wlmber
T) I D. Dvnl of Waldo was two-hour of county commissioners from two with orders.
ate during!! a session In
r about two 'to eight quarts car older ly Jr.
we get us a nation the less hern on business Friday, to four years.
which very little\ legislative. : bualIIPBS -
liuclly are very siillnhlo for putting dependent will be --.- -- The bill the Issu-
wa upon ourfOl'eKI. Mr.\ and<1 Mrs. Willie Price and was accomplished. At 1 o' authorizing
up ,dill pickles In small quantities ... Hut thin rule does not nt children of lliinnell are spending a Representative Uetzen, h)ush- clock! the senate adjourned until The house ance of $100,000 In negotiable
i Allowing the cuciimberH to few here the of nell offered a bill to make compulsory indefinitely< post notes for lirndford county bas
tho American people The older, days us guests her :3 o'clock Monday afternoon. poned consideration< of a bill
ferment and sour In tightly clotted our states and communities grow, parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1) J. Ilyrd. the establishment and maintenance an additional one cent proposing tax passed both houses and been signed -
.
1 ronlalnerM prevents the formation Mrs.\ John Strickland of Sapp is of a kindergarten for by the governor.Jacksonville$250,000. ,
the timber will
moro they require on gasoline when tile bill sponsored -
children between the of tour .
of n scum Contaln<>rs. If not fitted vlsltlnif: her mother, Mrs.\ Arthur ages Representative Thomas Starke, Cam of
In one form or another if social by Representative bond Issue
llroughton for while. and 1 six in any grade school by a Introduced a bill to provide for the -
with some kind, of nlr-tlRht and Industrial progress are to kepIlIil'e Mr. and !Mrs a Roy Roberts and county board of public Instructionof supervision and control by the Marlon county calling for a five I proposed for construction of \
rover, be covered practically cent tax, an Increase of one
may gas auditorium.
with age children of Palntka spent the special tax school district upon state board of health over all water municipal
iilr-tlght by meant) of a sheet of Recently I had a wonderful week-end here with relatives. petition from the parents of 25 eligible supply, sewerage: waste and itI

rubber and a Hack of sand. The )glimpse of tho citrus belt of Flor- Mrs.\ ICllge Strickland was a pupils. disposal so far an. their sanitary

rubber may be cut from a discarded ida, representing as highly developed l- visitor to Starke Thursday. Governor-'--Martin.--is opposed- to and physical conditions affect the I

I Inner tuba of an auto tire and agrlcullure'as one would find Kveryone: who has an InterestIn public health and providing penalties -
a luxury tax to be levied In Florida -
should extend about two Inched In the world. I saw square mllusof tho cemetery, at Mount\ Sunni are -a tax that Is to be Introducedby .

pant the edge of the mouth of the recently planted orchards Invited to meet out there Tuesday a bill In the legislature. The A Remedy for PilesAsk
morning May 17 at 0:00: o'clockto An Increase In the pensions of
'r jar. Tho Back, which should con- retching over the rolling hills people of Florida also feel that
to look Confederate veterans from to
decide on hiring a man $40
tain a quart or more of Band t. according of the )Florida Peninsula. To market they are paying sufficient taxes
after the $50 In bill offeredto
cemetery. was proposed a
t to the size of the mouth of now and. the levying of a luxury r
the present citrus crop takes the senate by Senator Gary. Druggist (wnom know) what
container, la most convenientlymade lax would only be an added bur- your you
13,000,000 boxes yearly, cud each ..N................. den. Keeping taxes to the lowest
from a square piece of cloth) box requires 6 1-2 board feet of N. minimum with good business Judgment A fine of from $100 to $500 anda he knows about PAZO OINTMENT as a

and necessary Maid by gathering; wood. I learned that within five : HAMPTON : on the pruning of the budgets prison sentence was prescribedby Remedy for Itching Blind. Bleeding or Pro
the cloth up around the Rand and Representative Tioot.h. St. Petersburg
over 20,000,000 boxes and
yours Miss Adit imme. <01' : Is the wish of municipalities,
tying the gathered portion above within 10 years over 40,000,000 counties and the state at present. In a bill to prevent per- truding Piles. 60c.
the Band to form a pouch. Strong boxes will be required every year ........................ sons Intentionally or knowingly

'wrapping paper may be used for to put the Southern citrus crop M. L. and J.V.. Watterson, LuHelle-$25,000 new theatreto entering employment under an as-

making sand pou<'b"'s. When a upon the market wholly apart were business visitors to Waldo be erected. sumed name.

brick or BOIIIR, other suitable from the quantities of lumber last !Monday.

weight Is IIH<"<] Instead of a Band needed farm Improvements. One W. '1'. Md ver and family, have

pouch, a pad (about 1-2 inch of the serious problems of both moved to the two-story residence

thick) made of paper or cardboard the citrus and truck industries in by the Christian church which is C J
, r
should be known as the Dyal residence $ Cs
placed between It and )Florida, which certainly do not '
the sheet of rubber In order to The ladles of our town will 1 1i
represent pioneer agriculture, Is a serve a chicken\ supper at the city
t, make It more nearly nlr-tlght. supply of wood In the' future sufficient hall, May\ 27 beginning; at 7 p. 111T

If fruit jars are uMell (and only to market thetr products. ,,111. The proceeds, of which, will

those with glass covers are suitable .- -,.... 11. flreely forester, In tho bo used tor Masonic benefits.

i ). the covers should not he 1020 Yearbook of the United Tho repair work, on the !Masonic .1

? clamped down firmly or scaled until States Department of Agriculture. Temple Is progressing very nicely -

the pickling process is completed .. under the able management of

u !, which Is three to four weeks I IM>N'T T.\ K M ('I 11.\"('I<) WITH V. Wheeler and Hen Hall, con-

p Leaving the rovers on loosely, with u.vitir.s: ; v.ircivvrn; IHKJH tractors. 1 S
the clamps In position ready to D. I n. Ilrannen of Valdosta, Ga., _

be clamped clown, allows the fer- ]Doesn't It Just heat, 'lh' hand IB the guest of his parents, Mr.
how end, Mrs.\ .1. J. Itraniien.Rev. .
mmUntlon Banes to the people lire Inclined 'lo luke
of which escape accumulation chances It seem that we are a W H. Hicks, tilled<1 his
might otherwiSe ,'hllllreIovinpl'l.plo./ and, thrive regular appointment at the First
0 burst tile Jars. on taking chances. Ilnpllst church, here lust Sunday -

To make dill plcklos. dimply Now there It. the question of morning and afternoon.

put some dill or regular pickle rabies. In dust. I saw In the paper Mr.\ and Mrs. U. J. King, were IkJC7das

spices on tho bottom of a jar nnd the other day where n lady was IrunsaclliiK business> In Starke this -

between Borne of the layers of tho bitten( by it mod dogs several week.A. .

cucumbers placed In the Jar ((1)111 months ago and only recently did L. Sullivan and family of

Is nn aromatic' herb frequentlygrown she become nITectod, and<1 die. Usually Theressu. were the (guests of Mr.\ ai _
when mad bites Sullivan's mother Mrs. H.o'.
In gardens ) Finish witha a dog! a human i '
the persons becomes affected, t'liesser.
layer of snipe leaves (If such l pretty soon If treatment N not taken Klder 1 J, 1' Huner will preach at
Bra available) and cover to overflowing to prevent. the Christian church next Sunday

with a brine innd.i by dissolving Kahles are nearly always fatal, inoinlng and nfteinoon. --

4 .seven ounces of salt in a once they have affected H person.However..there Mrs.\ David Jones, returned to :

+N Kallon of water. I'lnco the cover are two good ways her homo here this week, after a -

In position. After several weeks of preventing rabies. One I Is for visit with her dunJhter.Ir: J. C. .

you may expert. to have delicious. persons bitten by mad dogs to take Dubose' of Vero.
i pick lew I the Pasteur treat moot at once.1 The Miss\ I.olH He Ik. who has been

Tim other Is to vaccinate the ,dogs and visiting friends> and relatives in
cessation of gas formation 'prevent them from going mail) Miami, returned, to her home here

tha clearing* and lowering of the I Now that the hunting; reason Is I last Friday.W. .
brine 1 n the Jar are slgim t Hint I "over and more clogs are running T. Calno of Waldo. owner high-speed motors .

tha pickling process III completed free, rabies occins more frequent- and manager. of Naval Stores In

or l Is nenrlng completion. ly. Every dug owner .should pro- A lac tin a (county was transacting

After fermentation! hUM pro- tort his 'dog and also himself his business here this week

reeded for a week or ten days, family and his neighbors: by havIng T. K. linker who represents the I
tha brine on the pickles be hN dog; vaccinated against! Atlantic Grocery Company\ of Palatka. .
may
y rabies by a veterinarian. The vaccination wise n butdness visitor here
tatted and If found to have developed I
In simple) anti does not lust Monday.
I but little or no acidity hurt HID clog. It l Is usually effective The new side (cement) on either demands j j'j
(sourness) adding teaspoonful for a year or more. side of Main street. are near new

of sugar per quart of contents tile -.----- completion, which will be quite an put 'j

fi ) Jar will frequently assist In Inn ('III1' Inipioveinent to our town. I

t development of the proper acidity J. I"'. Johnson, deputy

.' Any loss of brlno duo to overflow ICggs urn" vnluahln In the prevention was transacting business in KhpI'lrr'j
VI of rkkets. They should be last ;Monday.Mosley .
during fin pickling
Ii} bo processshould 'd, often to the growing child. and family, have -
replenished with fresh ed I In the Kulck residence on Main
GAS and OIL !
4. j I brine or vinegar (tf u sourer pieI I, Tbe farm. -population of the street. Mr.\ Mcmluy: has accepteda on
:J\\- kla Is wanted) or a mixture of United! position with the Naval Stores
n: Slates decreased 0 111100IllIrlllA' \ r
_ fresh brine tied here.
\luegar If pier Company
persons 1920, the biggest/
klos are repacked In fresh brlnocr decrease In any year since 1920. Mrs. Barry of Tampa, Is the

; ( half old 1 and half fresh. ) after "i Decreases, ocrured In every section guest of Mrs.! :lralUV'nn this can't depend on fuel and holds its
1 body under in.
.tj[; fermentation In mmplHted. they :of the country. week YOU even
writ keep I' J. Pearce soul daughters!! the that "hope is heat.
crisp longer/ but will be Misses\ P.dna; nnd Margaret of you tense Tougher, it adheresall
, sl'xhtly more The, of forest. land In *
salty acreage
I of Mrs. in modern automobile
Market were the guests right" to cylinder walls and bearings
Dills the United States each
unity |ho put up hi larger swept year I l'earce'. parents Mr and Mrs O. ,
CuntalnerH. HIK'h a* kegs anti even by lire Is. about twlc 1 the area annually I I Hayncs Because it does not engines. Their higher speed develops protecting them against grinding

bnrrels Ayer< packing a keg or cut Foresters over by estimate logging operations that- Mrs J, A. McKinney; of !Sampson : burn up or dilute rci/v terrific heat. Heat that friction effectively
I
1 barrel fill of i I'lIo'IIUlI..rR. with the I.. visiting friends. and relatives this oil
Idly
tougher
more timber bus fallen before the
iio<'eH.-ary dill or other spires and her this week.HIGHLAND. soon breaks down many motor
11 than before the less
am OH n( costs in the end.
grape leaves If available the bead I -----_..--- -- And the careful Pan-Am refiningprocess
----- oils walls and
should be replaced\' and tho hoops ........................ city :your lubrication' leaving cylinder
...111......0.......... by the mile. assures of clean
driven down tight. Place keg or 4 bearings! exposed to grinding you gas

barrel on Its side with the bung : IJNClSTIE : : : friction. oline. It not only removes clog-
,UK M. Illlfk! .. Cob "-V
tip l fill with pli kilns Juice to over- MU' (Unniilc Hull, ('or. 4 .
'' tl"wln/l./ place .sheet of rubber and 1111.................... ging dirt and corrosives but also
snitiblp I.>....*<*...*.....*.*..< \ t Tomeetthesenew
t \ weight over tho bung-hole eliminates carbon
Mr\ elks) Mr. and Mrs. O. A. \ forming elements'
*
mind, let ferment. Since during the Mr. and Mrs. K I,. Youngblood o demands Pan
I Illaok welder and Mr. Jackson of found in
a fermenting; process considerablebrine and 1 "on Lawton of Graham wenvisitors many gasolines.
visited friends here
Hampton Am
will pvorllow. this. should he of her parents, Mr. and de'\-c1opcd.a You also smoother
Mrs A ('. II ill. Wednesday.K i! Thursday.< get power-
fn' quently /
replenished. After fermentation Mr. and Mrs II Wlmberly, tougher motor oil
M completed with opon- of .1 howling and Perry Johnt ,[ Jr., null Mrs\ H. C. Wlmberly more miles per gallon. It will
tsturki' :
werelsitors of Mr and clean
lug may be stoppered\ with a Rogers: Krlclaj made u business trip to Jacksonville I a sass pay you to insist on this rougher

!bung. 1'lckk's prepared<1 In kegs A. ('. Hull was attending tohiiHlncMH I Thursday. b Ine.
O. C. Weatherford returnedThursday oil and clean I
or barrels should be repacked In In Starka Saturday after. gasoline. They are
glaas fruit Jars with glass covers, noon.A. from a business and The improved sold
under
pleasure trip to South Carolina. one name by reliable
other C'. Hall and his I
or suitable Jars that can be sons Clyde I 0 e
I Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly and Miss' Pan-Am
cloned air-Unlit. nnlVIII'rt.. attended a party at ) motor oil dealers.
I Freddy Wlmberly of Waldo spent e.
the home of Mr. MeltonVanlo .
--, --- ---- I here the guests of Mr. aud
Sunday
Riley Arthur Harvey( and I I IMarks :: vJ
A has been started Mrs. 11. C.
new Industry Wlmberly. A'b vukew
May all of Waldo were visitors
nt 1.0 Rell...' where the ordinary C. W. Murdaugh. of Tampa was
of I'lvclo! Hall, Sundiy. I
Florida la used for the of II. C. Wlmlierly ) Pan
palmetto being Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and guest Sunday: ( cA'merican'Petroleum
the manufacture of The and
rugs. material family.
son. Quit( man. of Waldo were vieithng
III smoother than the regular his Mr. and Mrs.\ J, F. Grids and
\parent Sunday after
crex: runs and those who have noon.DeLand. \baby of Newborry, visited his parents
icon the Florida product predict I :Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
-
( a good; market for all the hugs :-.-] iI"-: requested for i iI levernl days last week. GruulI'l OR Corporation

that can tiu manufactured. There erection of new Volusla count) I Among the visitors to { '
are plenty of pulmcttoes in Florida I courthouse Lake from here Sunday
and a factory for tho making end Mrs. II. Wlmberly, Mr.\ and I IIrs.
t of runs and other miUorlaU should 11 I Vro Death---:New causeway be. \ Nelson' Green Mr. and Mrs ,

have ua trouble. In obtululutf the 1 ling built across Indian river at H. Wlmberly, Jr., Mrs. W. MWlmberly I

raw material. I coat of J2BO.Of( and baby, MJsses Deth ;1




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"'Jun." MAY 18. ll>27 BRAD.'OI\I) COUNTY TEJ-. GJ\\rB. ST.VHKK. FLORIDA PW1KNKVKNTHE : ::/

.. H"H ... .

da>' of April A. D. 1957 In that I, eet and bent Milder for canh tliefollowing illnh me oppoluted inanafrernU ni Htuilon: Lv Hen nenfroe.

certain cnune therein ponillnir t>rtween deacrlbed property nltuated W. Kh'KI.I"JI. .H..II.I No 16lloaa a to nod r ;

GREAT AMERICAN HOME ] r>. W. Alvnroii. ,.roinplalnnnt and he I In Hnulfot.l. ....nly. H. II. W In'1SH. "h"lrIIU'. In Will No AlldrewNUond .
[ Florida, 17Ironk..r to
and Paul Stclnner defetulnnt the undirHHn to.wl: Konil N.W
( .*d Hppi'lnl Maxtor The the NWi, am] thaNW l"In .
wilt noiltl GR.6t0.u'"t.
f i I' : No. 11Hon..I 1 New
to Hopa
.
> 1)10 hlKhlMt lllll.lcl (. \ ..n.h flllrInir i of the NWi, of Hoc. One I..t. bv otln .
Tnp ll, B K 20 K.iHt. nlHo thlrlv. riarry.Koad
the lo rnl hour of HuU1 nn Motiiliiy. ., No 18- Xoad 1 In Donne
the 6th dnv: ..1 .liuu.. .\ D I, ofSW14 Hi'Idice bv Joe Kelly.Iloui .

In front of thf mmth. daor of thf. of Bee, 811, Twp, 5, ". It 3I..JINI No 85--Hock Church
Ill tlie ( Court of the Twenty to
court hotiurt In Mtnilo*. nradfordoonntv. I anil thhly niivn on Botitlild 'lr.1 I
." Klnrklil. tllo of nr.'t .t In Hvctloiitil. .11,1 'lr"11 I
following ilonorlhi"d \0 of In for ttradfoid total leiiHTlh' of thena
\ HndN Ivlnir nnd tielno' 'InItrmlfurd Twp. 5. M H :1 IHK| alHOI In npploxlnmtely. 305 mllrn.Tin ."roJ..t.
,inuiily. Klnrldii, tnwltWH I: :lu: c.f 8\\' i, of < .IIIIIM In (..hnl..v.. lolnl' .iiimillllea, of the ItornH

..f :MI' ,.t s\\ i( of n....- I Hi.11 \ Tw i> n, H lt420.tt.f"; .llll til 'I'lf. i.ii whlth 1""p""I. are dofllred nroan

lion 3, Ti'U'ichln" 7 >""th. ttanire .leu I I''.'" of I III. cIliili M1.1'" MI'h.l., .t..II'., ,.I"w.:

33 }'.:\f<, and (onlaltiliiK 20 niTPH ::1'), Twp, r. H It N..t. I .I 1t-I'.1 anil rrnl>l>ln -, 140 nrren.
of Da\ld ""
more or h'.". J. i* FiiA.in.Kpuolnl n.1." dinrl.MiirunltiH" \11..h-, I lIXCOMItloll.:: :: 411,400:; CllblO VIII it H
A. !*' : ', 'rlch'I.I I .
rrtKWH 11.1.1. Iond l"chln. loai tu
.. and Cleo Iralng.
S|>i'i-lnl 1 AfiHti-r. In 'i""hnnc ry. 10. M Johim. \ MI'h.l.l"'I.IIII",1 .

KnlBht f Unlirht, l'a'I'' ''. Tin.Hullcltorti a.lclt... fur Coniplnlnnnt.6aCt. I H. l'ntr'n'.1 pllliia3,2)111. |ln. ft '
for (Comntnlnant. -<-3Tn VN.W Untrcnted Htriicturnl tlmlivr, to* 5 E'
Ivfpnditnta.
el
II-O.III.0- lt. .1,1\.1" M. ft. II. M.IS .
"" I'U" ,) .I. "1''' ''' mid llrderTo I Inch pipe culverts, 41 lln. fi. .

'" l'I It'1"1 : W M. Kilwanlfl of "Inrk., 1 liuh pipe culvert'*, 72 lln. f'' '
Circuit Twentv-Hlxlli IHnilfoid r.i.iiiU. Florlilu' work bo done ac'cnrilaiuu -

Notice l IN lii-iohv trlM-n tltnt tindurnod .1,u.lkla\ 1 ( ,'1'0'1., ( County, H, .lotion... If living, mid If ,ilend to with tho. iilmia .. 11 Inntrucllone t

by ," tt 1.i" of thnf rortaln nnnlilorron Plorlilft." the hell". ilevlH.."en. (rilllitee* or other NTenernl lirovlnloiiH, npeclol
claimant!. Ilironirli or under I lie, nnl.lJ. proviHloiiN, .'.... nr.il
nf t"'ln., .,,,'"* innOc nn I'I *. f). .IOIIPH; and to Je... V JonoN, ami co nl euunlln -
.
? nn Ain-ll, \SI J. \ r) 10:7! hvIfonornHIp Iral.r.1
> A 7.it1si"M' .Tmlff-c. nfthu ICnler t.nndlH, Defendant.llnler If HUntr, nnd If dead, In tlia helre, ) .
ite for I'uMIci,ll.m '1.1..1. irrmitcpH' or, other clnlmnntn : h bid l nnmt bo ucconinnnled
T<1lrr>itli .Tuillclnl I fin-nit In nnd i 1
I : : l
llitntiRll or lllidor' nnld, ,Io eN a ceitllieil iluclc I blil.ler'e :.
I 01 a
| tl. nil
fur Tirndrord pnuntv. FliirMI i. In thnt 1 'I'I"'I'ln. by "hIAVI Rla..h..1I 1 r i
,
to ,. III T..IIOami: to 1-"n. Ifllvliur 4-3J-lf-5!
pnrtnln' hiri tn t..I'h.
pniiM w TV> P' ll
wi I .11. 11.,1 th.. 'nl. mul If ilcail. to I :, /,1. payable to 11. s. I .
.
lhal I t'.ic: ( II' 1A" hewn.
Smith Pomi'a''v, rt ( orTfintlon In i 1.1..1. N.h'I' 1,1".11. for *7
nvo
ileNe iri-nntc.' otht.l clnlniMlllH per
nomplnlt\ant, nnd PIIMI! Ynlliv Tmnrl I II. ",,11"1 lo coinplalnaiit ''h.1 or : : 'I'h trioimotiiil
-= '' > ? > "IV"I ''l 'I ll..l I".1 I an evidence ot itoci.l.
rtOid-1 A "v9 0- / -J, 1'"n\V.. porpurnil.in tn dpfinthi theii" puriioi lu the Htatti I I" .
.
v a .t linn, I n "., i \ l ,. f.till) nod, ,a (minimum thai If
,InI., IInI"r"I..I. n* BnoplnlXTn Florlilu." k""wl .lant. Hervlceof I If ll\ ., f" ,,if .1 'Hi. Iitleinii'M .' .1 i .! tho i.inn' ict tha "I.I'rI"
$ tor, will\ offpt fi-t. Hnti nnil will IM''i'IIHH upon bind ', ". !
&$ & $& I wh"l I other ilnlmriotn ,i '1 t*MII ..I. II. contract irlve
& ....11 for ..e"h to tlifl, hlffhi.Ht nnd bput the mid. "' in Ihln nult f.I' irrmitcon .. the Vi.I :;, I ..nil on ,rcqulrnil In.1
or" i
< xifv '.1.1.1..1'. In front of tin- p.ucii, ilm.i" nfthi 't'.n'' I 11''oh "nt'r ,1.1 The rlKhi \in umnrvod to rojoc-t
i
\"n lint h to If any
fVTrv > *? / i .. pnitFt, hotiHp In Slftilci'; *, Hrndfortlrnnntv I IH thi.rifote oideied. Hint NnldlioiireHlilent lllmnnd, If .rl", Y."nl.,. nml nil blilH,
//rnL
f x P Fliirldn. on Mondav, ..tiuipth. defemlmit be and npIM'iii 1 I. : I'lann mid Hpeclflpallontt' I mnv h *
> f /,/_-., ,_zr"j ycjSR" ilo l f. HrnntecH or clulmnntn 1 I : *
lilll of complaint In thin .th. I.
A. n. 1IS7.! dnrlnir tho IPKII! : "en in tho oilleo of tha county
hntirx of unlc for tho purpoHo ofpntlsfvlna :: t.'h..N' : Iliaofoid: county: tliioiiirh: oruiul:' r the :nld Meo I I' ..I".ei,. mul poplPM of the plunM en-
I 1'. and to Cnllinrlnn, M UnlI"V. .
mtlil finnl' diftor, 'thntpprtnln 1"I".ll., or lnl.no 1.1.1.v., .Inon; V.'lillB be iibiuineil foi 1 1 2.Uil for lite "I
1 if nml If rieml. tn the
n Hl-7 Hvlnir
mul 1
pnrppl of tinil. Ivlnff nndl .Ih.r.t. ttiotip coplea or ttm ctiicHHOIIH -
KlillviiH of Hald bill will be nl"-I liellH. ,ilex lm l>pnHT| In nrftdforil i onntv. Florlild, ... nniy > obtained fur 12.50 v"r
known nnd dOHcrllvpil ur follown. .ti>' I IIH c.iiifcHHi.il bj Hold ilefendant.' thruiiah or uniter (Ih" mild .pv.
U In fill: :tlicr ordered: that: I thin I ('Ilhn'ln. M Hnllev: anil lo "Kate,

witThe PmithPnct iiuarti'r of Soufbpnj Iwt... ho i>nhllnhcd, once n week' for I 1., ) If llvlnir, nml If ,ilnad to U. 1. MATTIIM\M" ",
"IMJ In the .'h'.. devlHeen. irrnntcen or ottiprclaluimilH SeeretarV'.1"1" ',,,
"t ,,"nrla" \\t t n one nprn InSnutliwput comment %vpvkn lltnitfoiil A. Fl'TCll.
i.uriipv. In f' ...ctlonT""Iv.I".I Counlv Telcirraiili, publlnlied. luinikv throuirh or timler the naldKut.i _
1 Florida.Vllni Itnlley nml lo N W liacliett -
1
h' (3S>.
Plx (61. Smith' KatiKn. TowtlKhlp Twentv-" \ .'" the hniid of II. W Alderman llvlnic. and If deml. mrnlnHt "f'I'1 II) 'f <'U''I.1""I'rt.

Two (22) n...t, iMintalnlnir 40 i.li.i.1 k mid' the ..nl| of thin cnoit the heh'n, ileIneen.. irrmileen i"r otherhilmmiiH -

ncrps more or ,VHSn Ihln til" 2n.l liny of Mnv A. P ISJ27.Helll ," tbroiiirli or 'umler the nn'dW Sealed h.l. will he r..lvp.' hv
: \1.1 I \ N llaikcll : an.l to Jnlm FHtintton of I Trnnloen
n KxiniiT, I. \ I roord lo.1 uf Itindfonl -
Spncliil, :MAHtpr In Ohuncpry ( ) Clerk Circuit Colll'tA. and. lo., I .1'.1''' ".' IheMnlo ,' Ida, nt tbn olllceof

A. ft. C'rown, H' CIIIWH.Solicitor n' iiiunliv wh.'r.. orirmilnedmid 'tho HO'i'l"rv of Ihe at
Hollcltor for Complnlnant. ; lor i"ompliUimitt., in lln plltulpnt' |ilm en of hllnllienn Him' :lii.. Flu;\; until" 2 o'clockp. m. of
ftaKtd3Notp 6-0-61.f.3( lire unknown and If* HUCCPHeor Mov 21. HUT, unit: at that!; II 1 ion iiuhllcly -

*. nnnltfiiH and or MinnteeN.: and opened foi,. npproxlma'' olv B(10.1 ,-

'. ,....'.:"... .. HI: >OII<' to nil, each mul nvciv imrtv ,midparilcH ( ,fence. IIIIHIH I lin ,1..1.1''' ma
PITHOII ami 'pernonn, firm IliHf" l tilled. .m the, ,| ,
t.l"wl"l
mid coiporallon mid nor- Hood, No. .
uif, JllMl il I tu Clawlonnlv
.111'
In Circuit .
( (. IN hereiw irlypn' "Mtnt undernnd Court." T".nl.II"h.ludl'I. whnm Hit* cniniilillnnutn line. ( HcHNmit'
livlrtiie of Ihnt cnrtiiln flnnlppri .I Clii'iill Irldr",1" H"/.I.
extnl' but whom' tinmen N\ Ml,,,'
V"1".1 -
.( .o of forpp1r>*tiip nindi. nnd renproil I'lorlda. In ( "ery.C r""I"nnM.' .. or tit nee. of IJIIHIIIOHHurn I,n I. Itoad\ 3. 11 H..I

.. on April :?!ftth .V. II tH'T, hvH A. Futi'll I'oinpliilnniitVII .. ., lnterenle.1 In nml ornhn Uond No : ; 3 f0 ) 4

'.iiorn ii. A. :7 I. Ailklnfl\ .Tudiro. of "I"nw" nn' Inti'rcHl orlitlereHtH by (looriro. (:1l"n.1 I l.n,1...
"hiPlirhtli Tuitlplnl, "rirnilt In and (l k..ra" W it ul, n.t"II., 'In tlie lam! liert'Innfter deHI ICoail il! 1- -Vanderbllt h. liuol

f.tr Tlrnilfnid poiintv. VlnrMii" .In thntlnln llrilrr iif I'lililli'iillnn 'rlheil., I'V, Ihroiinih or muler 'theileniMHed to It.u...I r by Hum \\hltnliendH

....'. .pniiH whprpln .1 IT "Mnxnnrnmnlnlniitit Notlco lioiebv frlven that 1'. A. pel..HOIIH .hnv. niioieil. orntllPIMl'e llonil, in. Uond 3 td New lllver -
nnd Arthur 1 1C. Fulih.. Kllbll 1 ". 'la Hint Ion bv lien llenfroo.
"inpliilnant IIIIN tiled lila '
IIH i II'I
<>irliiof\..\,,. tllrilln. 1C Pti-lnwfpllow. e\\ol''1 lilll nf .ronitilnfnt 111 thu above \ ,....'.1'1".1. OH t.II..q."1.wl 1'1'I'"I"'I b\."..1".1 \", ,'11lo.1 to nn"d .
Me wlff nnd Ilndford pnuntv, n pnll nffdlliHt .l.ililt } Ifxi Wil. .
"' |1.., Hlll.h.1"t\ tillStntp nrPI..I.I" ni. 1. MIIII.v. 17 llrooker ti> Now
r .. .. ...... .+ ; I board of health we are very glad ................0....... nrr dpf. niltnl .. HIP nndnfnlrMi .,.I "*. mid If di 1,1.... ", | h.lr., It. irlnnlnir, for n ""I'ln.' p ilntnl.Ill 1..1| llonil. bv < W In""n.
\ l-i, >H, Ipftatnea" or aH- HotillincHl. f Unitiiitnln ,
.
to nay.Mrs.. >d. im /oInp'lnl1".1'( | : will nrforf.it 11" .' li.iilil No If .nl 1 N.w p.
I ,, n'.nr. W .1. If alive, an.lIf bloi, 'U, t"'I't. iiUn'e mt Ililillfn bv cilln llnrrv. Jf
,
pulp nnd will Holl for PH-II to
LAWTKY \ Hattle Alvarez of Starkelnlteil : BKOOKEKMinn : "Ihlnlioit nnd liput hl.I.I.. .... In front it.'iid 11,1 bin, h.h.. lewaleeH, >oi ,'el of I 1.1, "'Io, mid I Hood, :No. in It,.n.l l to I>,, .
for I \' her mother Mrs. Lowery "" .iiiii'iH, "\ Ini'i'H or aNHlirnt*, Itohwi lu HI "irke, I ."" brhlKe by Jo .
Dint. I; i: llnriie> l.olN (inlnvy, ('..r. of Ilip pnlllt, llimsp doiiv In Rt'itli h..111 I"'R.I",1 1"ly.
,' .
I 11 Cole, If alive, nlnl If ilelid, hl. hi. k.pice .
I Iv. 1.I..hl" II.m.l N". 25 Church.
here
!Sunday.: liindford, county. Florlil" i, on Moniln lo
.
*.. *..* ..4 ,.*?c : >: yMrs. ....o. .. .TIIIII* (6110.I.. T>. 1i"7:! iitirlnnrIh IIHTIlltlNt, IllN IllltK, .1..1.( .. ll'KIII' PPM.rninieiN rn" panel of Inml ,IH .hounded 1"I. I m Him, liyriln.
I Mrs. II. It. Sai>i> and granddon, ................. \ fnr or 1..1..... ileorKn 'n:. I'm'e, ml II.. HUH! bv Hnv ", Himlil I Inl.l 1 |0 bll I-OIIII.I. IlKlltW.KIllor
loiriil IIOIITH nf nali*, HIM
Pete lluiney wvia shopping In .1'- If nll\e, .., ileinl iiwnhiHt lili. Kli.-ol mid on Hoiilh bv h..I'1 I"NI.'...." mid lo be Hit
II. It Tlicile wus Bliopplug \ no-. .f tuntlKfxInM I .* Mild tliuil dt irpptin I 11. fnet
bturho Saturday.II. 1\11""I's Lubcdlu Plnholster Jo- fiiUitwInjr d..MfrlKpd, ri.,iil r tntpUluj heliN", ilovlHi.eH, h."nh.. ., irrniiteoM or Call Hill-til, ll ml on \ViHl hv "'" ."./ ln\e nl leant. fuitr Inehea

'\ In Jacksonville Tuesday.Hev B. Iti'iiueLt of Jacksonville : .."phill" ClieHHer and I Krvln llnn nnd liplni' ,?, In UrnilToril pniinlv, ant IIKIIH. .hnr. llnrrlHoli, Ifntlp llion.livnv ntleet anI nil IheNollh heart til Ibn niiinll end. All |ionl' .

nobinnon nntl dauRhtcr.Ml I Messrs" Claude Crosby. Hugh Iluter Kl.uMn. to-wlt : nnd t'u.l. iiKiiltiKt hlii 11'1. bv -.- -- Klrert midft lo ::1' Ktibjiil lo the approval of the
was visitor to Lawtey Sunday anleen, "' ilevlNeea or ".- 'inn i ho HII Id HoiiMiwnnl' roriierof i "iiuleniclneer..
.
n Helen were visitors to Jacksonville and Monday. ;' Crosby and Alia. Croaby were ,1'" Hunt of hnlf' nf Rnulliweiitnnnrl.T .NIIIN : MIH' 1110". J 1'.lwnr"I' HII III' Mm..'k, pleco or 11".t, The ilMbl' IH rtiHorved 11 r.Jo.t linyon.l
Niiilhwont
Monday.Mr Through a false report handed MsltorH' to Starke Wednesday' evening thp Vorlh luilf of nimrtirnnd Nxrlli-; lea K:. HdwardH her liunhaiut. If Inml I hem.. Flint:" inn fuel nlnnirIhe all 11.1.. .

wlillo there attended l the .. alive. and If deail. aKahiHt IhelrhPllK Ninth line r.r Hiil.l. call 10.: H.
MrH. C. Y. of. '
and Mayo, to the Lawtey correspondent the I n i Ht qunrliT nf \\ PitiliniltPr I ... 1 A.IIS..
rli.vlneeH, I."nl.o., fcrnnteeH ornHxIirilH. ; thence North .171 It. .
kHomtllo. spent Sundnv herewith marriage of Mrs. Damon and Mr. pictures.L. ,, nil 'In Rprtlim Twpnlv"nt. J. T. IteeveH, If alive, and .1'.1 CoHl: 112 feet th.I", A. Fl'TCll.( Socr.ln.'"'hAh'la",
'
< Tn"'n.hl Povnn (71, iilhllnttKP
"
Mm. Muyo'H Mr. and 11 |) If ileuil, iiKblnHl. hlM lielra, ilevlHeen, Noilh line of nnldCall
parents Henry Carter was reported In lastweek's I alney nnd son II. M : Twpnlv-Two (22> l'iltlponliilnlng : Hoiilh lo the 4-2-rl.II-Z

Airs. J. II, Mooro.Mr. paper after paper hud gone lalney wero biiHlneHs visitors to 'in npri'H more orIon li'irtttei'H. uranleoH' "I neHlirne. eachwho Hired" 174 feet ; 'tlioncA Wentnlonic _
aro unUnown t. him and tn allIIITHIIIIH Ihe' Vollh line of Hnld .t'll II OF OK fAT'l'I.M
and Mrs. L. II. Hill and Ban to press It was found out thin report tllcanopy Wednesday.O. *. flrniH and corporatlnna, Cull Hlreel 1 112 ,...1. h.ln.a pintof \.1'
II :
V KNlnllT :
,
weer amonK the Kuenta to attend was untrue. We are sorry I 11. Colnon and R. C. Long Rppi-liil' MaMpr In riinnppryA ktiii\\ii, nr iiuliiiown.: : abnent, I'oiipeal- tin. N"I'Ihw..' nunrter INW- Nollin In hereby Riven Unit. on I Ihe
anniversary the mistake was published.W t d, 'iiiin-ri.Hl.lenti. or olherwlHC. tiavIIIM ',p of the HolilhWPHt ninirlnrHi. loih::. tiny of April I I will offer
the crystal wedding were to W Crown, : : 126i ,7'1
attending business
I : In : : :or ;iliilinlnir:: i any lnierent In tholaniln ( ) of Hecllon twentjrelithtHe. fin Hiil. nli.oil | t | fn head, ofHlo

ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Harbour C.'ooten was a business Jacksonville Monday. "nll..ltnr for "uI"lnln..nt. hereliiafler .1..1'1.,1. to 'iiulet ( UI TowllHlllll, ..I". Fnnlh. .k .."ll., beliiiiKlnic. to Ilia entnteof

in Jacksonville last Friday night. visitor to Jacksonville Sunday and S. M. Mott and L. H. Galney 8-f.6t.d.: title nnd itMiiove i' .., 1",1 lo annul Itmiu-o: KilHl.. I..r.II"1 I .1 Inl'n. ileci.oaed, and 1 nell
the clnlniH of all 2 ,. .I and l ent
ami >
Monday.Mr. ranee .
peiNona 1 hl"hn.t
Mrs.\ Fred Moore vlHlted her were busliiPHs visitors to Gainesville M t and Mrs.
In Enoch OrlQls and Thursday. ,, .r"ll Thin Illlh' 1927.
brother Bruce Boyer, Tampa Inlerent HUld litndnauiilnNt
daughter notice IH irlvpn thnt untlprnnd on tlrnetliiKYou' : ..
last week where he has been con Miss Pearle accompanied Mrs. R. A. Weeka and Mm. John hv virtue, of thnt pprtnln flnnldrtprne ponipliiliiiint'H title, nnd lo nnd ol..h of voi" me hei.'l.vbeen d"yJ.tl.II.I.I. ."', .
by MlHs Hazel Futch motored I the aNHertlon of nuch claim .2 at
fined to the hospital tor several Mott were visitors to Starke Fri of forcelonure mnda. hv llnnornlili1 e"j.11 notified thnt vou hoveilefiimliinlH mode .
weeks.Dr. to Lake City and. Gainesville and day. A. ,""n.. 0111* of IhpJildRpn fir In'''''.'. and complnlmtnl etaleHHint ,' to n null hroUKlit, for Ilinpurpone MIIKI) II litlll"I"
7.I ..
other of I tin. 1.I.h.. of t IIH defcllilnntn, Ihe Illln of I Ihn "II" 1 I
places Interest Sunday. of Kin-hill rppillt | of ipileMnK (
Q. W. Brown visited his Mrs. A. J. PIli holster spent part of Florida II. In .JI.I..I,1 In.... known. or IInkll.wn. IH Inll'\1 .lohim. above deHcrlbed Inml bv the HII .1.1poml.lnlnanlH .1:11....
.h..n..rv
daughter Mrs. J. T. Moore this of last w" .,ck near" Lacrosse as the In thp olrpiiH'ourt' for .11 and that there IN no pernon In M.'I Ihn Alice Mltcliell.

week. lie was accompanied to America muat look to Florida guest of Mr.' and Mrs. Wesley Bur county, Florldn on tlio nr".I"r.I the, "'lt.. of Flot'Ida, known to hll.Ih. nod Mm'Ihn Alice Notloe In Hereby (riven t'.int nil
I"lvl"ly.
for food In the future and today A. r). 1127. In of Ttrnd- fi.rv.. of n rmhpoena upon of 'Imvlil I'ler- i.r.II..r. I."ID.. tllHtrlliutooH, and
nett. f.vo. 1""r.I"
A"rl of Hiil.l 1 diifi 111'h.1
Lawtey by his grandson Jlitimle Countv Tlank, n pornnrntlon. nnpoinplnlnnnt whom ," bind either 'hell 'I'nrl... AUHTlietiiHMltiholl pernotia hnvlntr clnlniN ovalurfthu ,
wltli the Florida railways hauling Mr. E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville ttilniilH. and' i'omplalnnnt filleaee eHlate of W :
Moore who has been their guent nnil na-nlnHt PnlnvRnndi'l mlnorn" nl.1 Clou 11'h.l. Hllery. lutvln, leceaniid -
for several days. thousands of cars of fruits and spout part of last week here llpnrv hi-r hilMhnnil', 'Hull he iloeN not know and hy illllfrenl who nllcKo In Ihelr nwi.ru. I.I" nra hereby .rmiiilreil to preHent -
1Inl.l. :
vegetables to northern markets the with her daughter Mrs. Blanche' nnd Mnurlre widower. d..- nenreh nnd In'III'" IIIIH notI 1 Complnlnt: : \ : now on file In ciiunethat II.lr cbilma duly allh.nt"'at.
R. D. Galloway of Jacksonville I I... "I. to am ",' nnv of thomil.I tlio above ili.HcilbedInml ed to l ,. fount y Julian. of MrailfurilI'oiinly
I Ihfv own
extent of our agriculture Is being rMndnntH Th'1 undorwiirneil nn SpnpInl -
Ku banks.Mr .
visited Ills family here Sunday Ma tr will offer for nnle nndnoil ili.fenilnntii. am dead, or alive, fee .mid prnv ,.I adel : Florida: "w"" rt. yiinr
recognized the who nlmpln. from ilalv, ,
by people recognize John Shrlver nnd daughter 11.1 II In filllher, nJIcuod' In Kalil clearltiHT mul eonllrmInw or thin notice neM
where they are staying at the home In front .f the nouth ilnor ofthi ren t.r..v. In .bur. I And all
lie ,
then Inilebtod
Ihnt h.rt. pernomi
-
our possibilities. Florida tnny pernoiiH to the
Innd
nolil
Vtlns Shrlver title I Ihe.
Marguerite were visItors pourt IIOIIHI* In Rllrk. Fl'irldtl.dnrlnir I the .r
of Mrs. Galloway's parents Mr. In a home for the tourists and a to Starke Thursday. the It>irn1 hoiirn niiM onMonilttv Hi" ma nnd i in' 'poratlona 111..1 In omplolnnnlH' mid decreelnir .Hint II.I,: Hold aald: entate ileble me fortliwlth reiiulrnilto
In thlx Hiilt, pay tu
tlie landH Involved
and Mrs. Chas. Dlnklns for several line location for factories and Industries 'h.. nth dnv of .Tune A TX Ihe """I.lalnln'. hove, I..hl nndiiHHeHH the iiodiirHlH-neil. exiic'Utor. ,
C. E, Crosby wan a business visItor WII.MI> linnie, reHldellpe or plapn ofbilMlneHH and. Hlllllclelit fee
weeks. of all kinds but 1927, to Ih. 11..10..1'In" bent "1,1.1.,1'f"r .. | 1..1 ThlB I Ihe day, of March, A H.KM.RI1T .
our agriculture to Starke Monday morning. I ilpHprllindprnni'itv IH unknown lo ."I.IIII.nl. title.. ." ." Ill nod, 1. 22.11

Little Cleon Woolen was bitten taken precedence over all I,. H. (Ualney, 8. M !Mott and .n nltiuiiiil, nnd boltiir. In TtriidToril anil: In nald: bill:! relief I I''IM pravedaKaliiiit : : .I"I.I. "" mid 11'1.11"1 I. mi'l 18.
German Police dog lust I HUI h knowii ami' unknown nil ., rlirhtn, M. DAVHMxocillor .
bv and will continue
JI. large: : to do so. It behooves J. K. Mott were attending to business .o"nty. l'"l'irldtowll 'hl'IIIa Mil.I 111.
Lot Onp I ) i.f Uliiik Three (31 pet NOIIH. I luteri-Hln" ''h.roll: mul II llnliitfl: ofV.. ICi, .
Tuesday. The log was carried to our growers to remember In Rlarke It IK ordered. Hint all ,, .
.
I Saturday.Mr. of Truhv nnvlH Addition Inth Th'r..r.r. In therefore., .r.'n, e.l by Ihe, eal.lCourt. a.21-U'-6-21. llavln, lieeeaNetlca ". .
Jacksonville\ where It was killed this fact In producing good pro J ...nle Shirley of Miami town "I Ptnikn : mime hplnirnt iicrn'MiH mimed In thin n.I,'' Ifiltlnir Hint vou I Hie nnld il.'femlmitHiiboM .

but no Blsna; of rabies were found duce and packing and shipping spent part ot l.int week hero with the Routhi'iiMl. pnrner of HIPIntorHpptlnn nnil, If ...",I. I"lien h..ror namul 01' .1"10'.1.i "Jo minear J0.1'1

upon examination at the state only the best to markets. friends.Mr. ofVn1niit nnd 1.11' helrn, dcvlHeeii.. levi'tecH, mill, each v.. .rr hereby
Ninth Htrpi'lH. and hn- rr""I..N ni' aHHlarnn. "I all pernonn, .....11111',1| nnd ordered lo Hlinenr" uponMomlnv. In heretiy wlven that *ii.
anil, Mrs. J. .Morgan! II. son, Ina: In Itrailford 11.I..1 Florida. trl''" 11.1 corporal liavlnir' ori the Hlnlli dnv of June, A Illlllnl'.HIHIied vxpect tu HII.1 I IIf (

Clearance and Mlxn Lois lalncy 1.,11". ; anv 111".1" In lhal certnln i !: 1927, before ':\\.I; ;: |;.l Clnillt 1..lhl. pUNH", Illll II'r"lleo." me I IU2fHeHHlim
lot of land Ivlnu and' lii'lnar :
spent Sunday In Jacksonville. .1. T,. FtlAZnn.Hpprlal 1..1 "I : Court of, Iho nnld I lountv.Florida of Ihn l-lclHlatufe if Fli ,l-
.
poiinlv, ....hi
I".rl.ln. of
MiiHtPrn Irl".1 nf Hie court lloiine Ida, piovlillnir otlmr I tVlmn
------ -- knowii ami aH followH, toof :: ::t'i.I :
-- Jf .,.hll.. I .ounly. In Ihe city of Hli.rke. F.rItln | for the Hour.I. liupliii. uf

Fort :Myers --- Addition being Sol"l.r for ('''llnlnanl. wl: lo niiHWer the Hald Illll or t'om-. HIII.K. ,n.I Coiinly, riii 'i.li |(l 'Ymiereliil
: Itloi k Thlrtv-nne (II ) n* "" ,I., honi'a or iwhlon .
Y'' .i' -u f
hu lit to II."ln.t
Presbyterian 8-0.6t.f.:1 '
Sunday extended on KitHev'N: Map or iMutof !;!. .III ..1,1, ; .-. In.1 hi.. vo""r. "11.h'.III..M of Ilrndford toiifity-

School on Koyal Palm Avenue. _., 1':1'" ...: the Town of. "tll'k. Floi,'Ida.lind II..t... not lo ..I. uiion 11 or Judifnient ..' .. aum or HIIIII. not i>xcneilliiic -
alNo di>..' hnlnI..1.n ,
-- bv ,h'f.ul h.I"M enleiud' due Iliindred Tho >nnni.t
i. the KiiHt bv "1..1',111' liollarn, In deniimlnatlona of .
Tleroby notice l I" driven tlmt under >n
SebrlnK Hudson "
CROWNGASOLINE Farms Inc., nnd hy virtue of that pertain final 1.ln. ltlLllr.mil. on the N'.rlll' I'VHolllh '"lilT'l'iVilforil' County Telegraph, ThoiiHejiiil lioiium each, r..I".I', : )*

with capitalization of $50.000.00 di'i.ren of f.r".lo.ur. made hy ITonoraMn ,,11'."'. on the Went 1>V 'pilbllHheil III Hrndfold county, Flor mom. hly out of Ilia '..ln. "

granted charter. A. 7. AdklnH.' one of the ThompHon .'Htreot and on Houthbv L da. In hereby deHlirnnle.l. aa Ihenewnpnper whlih .IH prorated to Ir".lr.rr.
Juila-ex of the ICIwhth Jndlplnl rirpillt property, formerly owned l>yMrn In whlili Ihla nwllee and County Florida uniter the ..

I : of Florida.. In rhanrerv Mlttlnir, Fa, .11. I JOIIPH, nowH'larkman order nlinll be publlnheil om.e I HtnlnlH. Hnld' bond fiin.ln. tn be imeil
Leesburg-Building permits Issued the ( Court for Ilrndfordf'ounty nnd furtherileHcrlhed week four counei-utlV" wnekHWllneHH by Hald' Hoard' of llnnil TruHtera In

In l.vesbiirg during !March totaled 111. 'lr"11 on tho 13th drtv of .rol..lv... ... at a fur tnv hainl ai ("lerk or Ihe hard nurfaclnic; Ilia publln I r: .llt.of

$128.603. A r). Iti37, In favor of Ilrnd point on the Kant: boundary, line ( Court. of "r.tt.r.1 counlv, Itradforil t'ounty, Florida an 1lOWN 1-
A"rl
Coiintv poipornHon ancomplainant of ThompHon Hlreet' which IH 'lr"1I1. and Ihe Coiirl, tll-Wlf'
Ilnk. A. K CnrantxnH. 110 feet Houth of Houthennt corner "thin, 3rd day of pll May. .A. l. I U27I".al Una.I No. I from Hlate' Itoml No.

1.c. l'MhurlC-$300.000 ho nil Isnue 1 >. 4arantinN hlN' wife, of the InterHectlon of .( W >KHMAN.: 11 at it point about three nillna
voted for erection of Man .nl nlnicle. ThompHon and South Htreetn' and new junior J..k"nn. PI.t .11'k"on. .. llrooker to the Ala 1.h"l
Iheiipe alfinv the Kant lr"I... *
run
N.r'h. II. Hunch.Hollcltor .
and senior high Hchool.GrovHnnd .1.t.nlan".In.1. Jnm.The FIII.h.. .elnffle.'. UNSppplnl boundary In.. nf Hald ThompsonHlreet Jamce for Complain Aliiuhua
r..1 .III"
to nald' HiilitheUHtiM.rner 5-B-ot-ll-il .n.lr.I8,1
Manter will offer for naleand I Counlv and cou/ity Una,
Contract let at 'In front of the nouth ,door of the I.I.r..t..n of M.I.I
Hoad No.
.11 V irom Ijiwtoy to Clay
.
$396,865 for surfacing road No. 2 of houne In 8farke, Florida ThompHon and ..Ih runIhenee ..'l., t'I: I County Inf.
laHt! the Holilhttoumlarv "
O"t during thi leirnl houl of enle nl.n. ( ":" It.m.I. N. 4 from Hlate Ilond No.
from Helena
Run south of Lees- : line Hald Mouth that OilCndlturu ,
,., on M'iniliiy. the Olh day of June' lt N'ntI ". In hereby Klven II >n the point of of the
; .: burg to Clroveland.St A. H 1:7. to the hlichext nnd lientliMder Htroet 121 feet and. !1 L ''n'.h.. tothe r.".., "m. I 'ilnlrlbiileeHand r'ounty: road .'(o. 0 Inl"18..tn, llrownloe -
...... C' pnnli the following' d'. rlirht-of-way, of the Hea- piTnom. Imvllilf i'lolmn furm.Uond e.r
r liprlned propertM Hltiinted and helnic l>oard Air T.lne' n"lIr.n.l. run .I Ih.. esime' .f.t VV Itallen, No. B a dlntanca of nliout

-...... Aiiguitlne-Work progressIng In Tlradrord contitv, 1'1"1'1.11. ,....wltI theme Holllh al.n. the WentIfOiindnrv deceliHed, on. hereby retUlr'| ..l to four inltnM frum Ite IntnrHitetlonwith

,'fJ. ___ : Ji. J... un ("ormtrurtlon of new Flrnt All .Ihnt pprtnln Irl.1 of InmlilHHi'rlbed line .111 HeaboardAirline Iheli 1.1.1.) to Ilin llonorHl.l. -. 1..1" No. 4. to Ihe North of
__ prcnent
: :., .
"c.8
110 llnllroad l and Comity .,luilK.of ,
National Hank building.Snnford I 1 / UK t..llnw".1, t..t. ,\ < ,.1..1' Town of Ilark..
: j- f .- ;;:'. --"M: on the North' I'V landH nf V HlliiKamiin run thenceVent 120 feet ton ." 1'.t".1. I "" Florlili. for bin I It'iii'l. No 19 ,"Htuto' Hon.| Nn.

'I I'I .. -7.....--0. -L... ...--.i .- '_ m Thotripann' Lot. on | lnt .if i """ .n. ement, all tie" ... .n" y en r from d.i I II In lha Town llnmpton
;- ; --Contract awarded< at the Mouth hy Center Ktreef anilon Inv In Hi-ctloii Twp'y-JI..lt heriof 01. thin liollci' Will be held terNeptlon with County Koad IINllni

.;,.. $357,204 for macadam I.avlnon/ the HHHI: l hy "'lnrl.11 fi.ntriil <2H). Townnhlp HI 1., H.IJlh In bm mid I ull jiemoiiH" In Hear I Ij. A. Wyn,,' farm. '
1..t.
.::.1.t".i. Company'H Itanve Twentv-Two ': iHUlle ale I"liny Itoml, No. 20 from Ha
.. road No.3 from San ford to Orange renlneulnr nnlhV' U2 1'.1 ,llebled rejiulred Int.r..lo.
,. ... landn I..... loo ft piitnrpout | And you anil em,h VOI are their vt1\ 1 ilebln ", to of lload. No. I I. near I Iho .. .
,...>( county line.Lakeland. of the FlI': corner ..I Haldlandn ordered nnd required' to appear. the IIIHlelHllciinl ndlllllllMlr.llorAdmlnlHtrn.for farm, tn tha ''ow. of HumpnonAiid ,

pontalnlntr 1 ai.ren, "r. i.l.nil. aiiHwer or demurrer the ''hl. "110 .t 1.v A r. In7.
kf' J.HE or leftn, and belnif In the Norlheant 1,111 nf iiimplalut exhibitedairilnHt .1' ,\' In Ihe event miM, itaHollna ,In,"
Charter
CLAIM: often grantedOmoh'indro l Quarter of tha Northeaiitfjunrter vou on 'the nth dav of Jln. ..f ,the imtiiliof law nhoiild l b. 1'1.1., "r fur ruiyrnanon

..iJ't Motor Company with s...lion 21 I. Tp M. HII A, !> 1927 falling which n .... .1,. W llolten, ileceaned beemna null nml void Hjnld
: tapltalbatlon of $15,000. 11. 22 V. Al.o a fraPtlon of H..Pllon of thin cnutt will lie entered' airalnntyou. t 7-1 boiided In.II.I"UI.,. to be it lino on

: made for other fuels IB-21, Tl R., It. 23 I! r.'I. I all .R : .P r to" llra.'t rd:
; A ) dnncrlhed fi>11i>WN, neiflnnlntfat If In further or.l.r..I. that thi ( : ', IH-llllll. .. AMI County Florid i and ha reil<.fine., )
,
Jo'ort.IyerKNew! cannery maybe a point 'In the renter of the, notice be lillbllHhed once week for .I ( iiriii: rt>." by I the levy and collection .of i I.. ad-

.. that good established, In this. city. Tranelt railroad 415 feet North fotir connecutlve weekH In the llra.lrord --- vl.I..n. lax thereon
they are as D. K. K.VIOIIT' ,
County weeklynewHpaper Blven that all
from uu Iron poet In penter ofnald Teleirrnph a Notice IH 1.1.'
.. 1'1':11': III..,': railroad trapt near TempleaHtore publlHhed. In rltarkn, ) .'- I'redltorH. I.oKllteeH. Idnf rlbuteenand a-n-ot-6-e. A. J. '/OM.\P.

thenreV'eHt 14 all ,."r".. havliii rliilmnoicalnHt
Gasoline Hereby notice In riven thnt under 1..r..I. ,
Crown ( .
as I"AWln..1 the Honorable Jlldice of of Alvnrex.i.i -
and by virtue of that certain flnnlileiree I North 1320 feet. Vorth the ..IflI. I. '-
filtered |)V the Ifon A. 2Adklnn Kreee.V'eet ftnn feet : thence Kant: -. .ludlclill ("r"t .......,1. aril ... required looreneut
.luda-e. of elichth Judlelnl 14 flearePH, North to penter ofrailroad and the olllclal I neal of thin their clulrna to I Ihe IlonoratlellHo I
obviously suggests circuit of Florida In and for IJrad-. traet ; thence nlonir thecenter well, a* the nlirnatur: of ri I W Alderrnim A. nnnllner." "'onnty .lilil"eof I
of eald' trapt to f'lerk of thin .lrt. thle the pounty, Florida, for hie
ford .
In John
county B.
f''r"
chancery rRlrna.t
the Thomas
on I I IJ
I'n.l d.iy of May. A. D l 1937. atHtarke hln ,. from date
"0 "
10th day of April. .\. I.. I!>27, In the point cf nontalnInir .ar II
,
that this product is that certain' foreclosure. cnne wherein 20 apren more or luna, exc FloridaHeal hereof or IhlH ni.tlce be held I

I>. W Alvnrnx tn pomplalnant.and "i>t G a<.,.. Hold tn ( ) It W Al.nRTtMAV. In bar thereof, nnd 01 pornonn Indebted : ": ('iiiri.CTHfjirkf :
Julian J,. I'eek and wife Clara J. J,. FRAZ.J. Clerk Circuit Court. Iirad- to nald... ..,.. are re.mlieilt. rfU''fn :1 \

the standard of quality t. Peek, and I Palm Valley' Land Company Ep".I.1 .. ford County. Florida. .. pny helr nald neblH fi.ltlnvltli, loI
.. H corporation: ilefendantn, .theiindernlKned H, M jrtllNrl, A B. Crown, I 'the Itrldernlicni-il ..I"IIII."t., fThin I'lorlilit
Hpoclal Manter will nell Solicitor for Complainant' Holli It.ir for Complalnnnt. nth diy "f IV i i""

to the hlxhent ......I.r for 5-' -rt-B-1 N l WAIVWIltflllTAdmlnl .
in the oil industry. canh on G-f.6t-I.3 frnfor of .. i in.of .
Monday the 6th day of June, A. D .1" -
I un. In front of the nouth door .tllKII'O Htl.K .0"1.: nrnov: I U. W Alvnreie, | t" i-.nl (
'
of the court bonne In Htarke, Tlrad- .- 91-T-l ;ff.ltlM Wn
ford Herehy notlre la irlven that under Fly the vented In them bv l
county. Florida, tha
eatnta. lylnic and b.lnv fullnwlnicreal In Ilradfonl and' hy virtue of .that certain final the I.uwn ,power.r 110'1.11 the Hoard' ofpiihlle "'IK K 'I i"<>M" 'I. .... || COFFINS & CASKKTS: jj jjq

county Florida. twlt: decree nf forecloMure made hy Honorable "' Itradford County r

I STANDARD OIL i COMPANY !HWV! of tf R"-i Houth.of Hectlon Hanira II.Towmihlp 22. A of ..AdklnH.KlKhth JuI..lal onf of f'lr-theJuilKex ., held Florida at the hereby'ftonler palln Hi electlonn'hool hoilne to Reeled llofird hldn of will Horn' !he Tr".at-elt-d..'."the H or.fli hvthe ofliiadfnril and a Full Mua o J1 J1I'mlcrtnkers l

county.
Rant and contalnlnc 40 acrea, cult of Florida In .. l tlnir In RoHler F'.lal' Tax Hchool Dlnjtrlet of the 1"1'11. the & *
INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY more ur lend In the Circuit Court for llradfordpounty. and nchool hoone Inr.why ..rplar. ciVloi'l't..r.l. Supply's f
on th" 13th dnv of Hchool Tax at F'nrk. Fin."ti 3 p m
A fl. CREWH. Florida rlpeclal '.I"trl.t. of 24. at thnt timepuhllilv
Dpeelal' Manter In r'hancery. April A. D. 1927 In favor of Mr. on Tiieniliiy.' June 7, 1927 for the.purpone opened for conntriie'lee: IT AI TO\OUILP 1IRAK I f' ,

Knlicht KnlKht, Btarke Pla. Kmma: nii'hnrd. a widow, an complainant of determining whether orn the following rond. r>rnHctlona

Holltltura for Complainant. and earalnnt W. ,T. Rppereon.
6-'-6t3 .her" of Rradford "''Jty. Molldated. eleit three trunteee and t lh. Uw. Pp. lel ea.KKWITT .
.
ex offli' a'lmlnlHtrator determining the mlllaice to be .e- No. 2*-Sfarke eanf rlnvcounty '.1.. .. t.I.Pr.... ..".
"U"U': of the of VV K Yarhorouuh .ennedFor .
11.LM ..tal. line. ( Fleveant "rr" I. .
ROAD MAPS of Alabama. ifepeaned Theunderelfrned the I.rI. rRII. tHR. .
AUTOMOBILE of holdlno nalillection
notice .1. "t.ntantM. purpone ; No. 42-
U..t.y l I.
a-lren that n.w..1
1927 nndoranil ... will "I ,In Ronler dlntrlct J. K. Tlo lo..1 :
by virtue of that 1..cla' Itoad 3.noad C. JONES
Florida Georgia Ktntucky and MissisttoHmay certain final offer for In front of Jae. Konler and K.
dni-r_ entered "I. .I ler. F. No. u-nn..1 r'iad t
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by the lion. A Z I Je"I.or .
Italians. Adklnii Juda-e of the Houth I.n. of th. court houee are appointed managere. hy fleorge Cone ". Itonmnnead .\'" ..-
strvict STARKB.
b. had Fref at any of our Circuit of Florida ela-tith I Judicial !la .ar.*, Florida, < the lecalhour For the purpoH of holdlnv .ali1 No 31-Vanderbllf FehiolItoad FLA

In n Rradfordcounty. eal on Monday the 6th election' In I.awtey dlntrlct A IIHurley to Koad 8 hy "
chancery on the Hth day of June A. O. IU7. to th* high- O, Perklne and Volley Ited- No. 40 R'" 3 to = "






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-. -- -- RltADFORD COUNTY TELKOHAPE, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAV MAT 18. 1MT
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Brdfaord County Telegraph r TIlE NL"LIGliT IN THEIR LIVES-KEEP IT BURNING Seniors you are no more and in i!afflicted; with "13";; complexes, do

1 the world you find yourselves hereby resign all claim to the following
I at last, /:, -the giver and receiver being \
y ESTABLISHED IN 1879 Remember the saying old and true named In each case:

,3 Give the world i iln- best you have We, as a class, leave: our ability -
1 And the best mil. > ome back to to accomplish much with little
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class you. work, our general good will toward -

1) Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida I:I Let's drink to our future so near each other and our good rep-
In view. utation, to the cliinawhich takes

K. S. Matthews_________________....Owner and Publisher ---.-.---. our place next year-namely the t
AMfHKMEXTH; ('.\11111 11n OUT present Junior class.
t J. C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editor .\l' IMKTY Eugene Matthews leaves his I

..-- ability to never be less. than one-
Y rRb Below Is found the program half hour late to school to next
SUBSCRIPTION RA1E which formed part of the enter- year's principal
I tainment when Mrs. R J. Davis LoulHU I'llts wills her slender
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance U- 'entertained the senior class In form to !Mary Lee Wynn

Advertising( Rates on Application I !a 1 honor of Misses Lurlle Mitchell, Fredrlka Smith leaves her "gig

Florence Andrews and Hazel Mld- gling complex" to Lois Gainey.
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dleton. The prophecy was written Mary Cunova wills her baby
jl Even a bootlegger believes in advertising. Y ry by Eugene Matthews and read by stare and big eyes to Joseph Mal-
I Sam Sternberg; the will which pas.
a n: was written by Grace' Wood was Authurlna Blanchard confersher
Won't some one with a kind heart present the derby seniors I read by Edna !Manning. This was ability to say little on Eliza-
\ due to Eugene: and Grace drawing beth Andl'tfws-l\lay she make
mirror
with hand ?
a \ good use of it.
the lucky numbers for king and
o \ queen.MlHH. I Cecil Wliltehead leaves his fine
I Laura Newell delighted all physique and athletic abilities to
Florida must till be on the map. School bonds do not Wilbur Marshburn.Harriet ,
with a I'eadn"A! \ Loiter From
bring premiums) in busted!) states. Sam" Hitch leaves her curly
i hair to Itebu Maxwell.
o Ethel Moore wills
her
ability to
SENIOR; I'ltOrilKCYAa :
Reading the arguments put forth on evolution by some acquire plump figure to Mattle
Normun.
writers tends to increase one's respect for the monkeys. 1 woods was strolling through the Ou..leIae! Bennett leaves her

I determination to study and her
o I met a withered hag,
,
I I fears of flunking, to Carlyle IU tc h'.
Total expenditures per head in freeing Florida cattle from I I i', She teeth had three eyes and walrus Eunice Wliileheud leaves her

ticks is 3.59, not $21, as carried by some news dispatches j And rode a skinny nag. sie inclination/IS'Illlam.Joseph to. studiousness to Jes-

oGiv'e "Oh witch cried I "where"' Thomas wllla his role of
,
are
,
the home merchants' the first! chance of supplyingyour my friends? stage mielk--also his shelklHliuess

needs. Then you have a reason for trading elsewhere. Pray tell me are they dead?" In Edua real life-to Elmer McMillan.!
Manning leaves her "hir-
The creature gave a scornful laugh
-0-- ed girl" complex to Mary Lee
And tills la what she said:
i Seaboard Railway is beginning preliminary work on constructing VVynu.
Florence still plays mllale.lOSIL't Elizabeth Kendrick wills her
;f the Perry-New Port Richey extension. Extensionof [ even stop to pant, broad grin and sweet dispositionto

the Wannee Branch to connect with this new road will She's not upon the concert stage Lois Gainey.
Laura Newell leaves her artistic '
-- But In a restaurant.
probably follow its completion. -- ability and high intelligence to

c Arthurlne's silence gains her fame Jessie Williams.
( She likes to save her breath.If Virginia Weeks wills her suc-
Gainesville is still operating its traffic lights and experi-
she and Coolidge; ever meet cess us a chorus trainer to Wilbur -
menting to determine the most effective way of handling traf- They'll talk themselves to death. Marshburn.Ellse .
Jones leaves her ability to
fic to such an extent that some citizens favor including traffic Gussle Is a teacher.A get on the 'good side of the principal 1

lights in the proposed nuisance tax bill. good one too, we spec', to Elizabeth/ Andrews. I
,a If her pupils chew as she used to Hazel Mlddlelon leaves her
o .. \\ She'll be a nervous wreck. "gum-chewing and talking .com-
Bills have been introduced in the house and senate wHich, i Dlex"' to Mattle Norman. r

I if enacted, would stop all tick eradication work in the state. --- / I Is Mary now with a movie her great queen.big eyes, of Florence leading lady Andrews to Ueba wills Maxwell.her role ,ii I

And that means Florida cattle must be kept !in Florida after railed which upon to give a reading some valuable advlae to the sen When they see how pigeontoeshe They all are dumb, but that's all Sammy Sternberg leaves his
she did In her most gracious iors, a rising/: vote of thanks was stands. right, graceful duiicliig to Joseph Mal-
May first of next year, on account of government regulations manner. I given I the faculty after which the They're Just made to be seen. pas.Lucile

going in force on that date. Miss Jessie Wllllamg was chosen high school song waR sung and the Hazel Is a marcel-weaver in faro Mitchell leaves her gen
to toast the president of the senior party left the table to spend the If old Japan. Elise Is a debater, eral brilliance: to Elmer McMillan.
F- o class Eugene Matthews Her remainder of the evening In dancing She worked until she'd curled and she shouts, "down with the men"! Owen Urlllln: wllla his stage
toast follows: and Jolly conversation. But if she can land a husband, complex to Carlyle Hitch.
After May first next cattle in tick infested of waved them all-
year areas
Here's to that worthy one-presl -. --- A new l lye she'll begin. Grace: Wood leaves the Job of
Florida cannot be shipped interstate for any reason whatso- dent of the seniors, edltor-ln-chle .'IUNnt.UfT KKC'KNT: D1NNKH Then she fell In love and married writing the class will next year to
of the High School Journal; an a C hiuaman Elizabeth's smile, as you all know the guy who Is so unlucky aa to
Tick free counties
of the will
a ever. state not allow them
; entry artist of note and also a poet. Asa The following toasts and prophecy And now she Is at his private beck Spreads over all her chin get It.
I giving cattle owners of tacky cattle as a market for their musician he really Is showing were given at a dinner party and cull.Virginia's So now she smiles for tooth paste Written, attested and signed lathe
stock only the in like condition. IT but too much praise, as has : given recently for Owen Griffin. a ads. presence of a bunch ot Jabbering -
territory often been said, la liable married too knew idols, by 1, me, he she
to go to senior, by his mother, Mrs O. J, -- we And profits by her grin. ,
o onc'H head. Griffin and cousin, Mrs O. L, lleasIny that's what she'd do- they, It, etc., etc., on this sixth

I Writer in Dade City Banner present Florida gasoline So we will dnnn to turn genius( Eugene Matthews was master And the house l is full of kids- In high school' Edna was a maidIn day of May, Anno Do mIDI, nineteen -
says of their names: hundred and twenty-seven.
tall. Blender and lithe, who's easy ceremonies: almost every play,
l tax is unfair in that farmers using tractors on their farms to be seen a Jolly good fellow When my Invitation came Mary, Jeremiah Clementine and She developed a hired-girl complex -- .--, --
wo tall "1<:IUene." 1 wondered who had stepped Into James, "(.ossU "
have lo pay the same tax as! the automobile using the high Eugene: ably responded to the fame foul, Percy and Polly are the triplets And works out by the day.lIazel's ,

ways. Hartlsurfaced: roads have saved the farmers more future senior president and his Hut now I BeeOw'n Well we suppose this Is the
And last of all come Jake and Jib- last time we will ever write for I
classmates.A la the honoree. Jobs the beet one yet
money than any other class of workers and they are not kick-
lets.Elizabeth. tills columll-areo't
toast to the entire senior bite earns a mighty sum, you sorry? ..
to lag over paying their part. clans followed given by Miss Eliza So Owen here's to you And puts In thirteen hours a day i:;vet It you're not we ure, be-
b"lh, AnelreWR'_ With wlahos oroni! nod true /Is known o'er the earth, Just testing chewing guru cuuse we have enjoyed it so much. r
H U -
--- To the senior class, the model !May you have a happy) IotA When around her, no one is frelty We appreciate all the kind things
DID YOU EVER? HUSH, soon from our school room !! about the world you trot.Harriet Oh, no they double" up with mirth Lucille Is an orator, that have been. Bald about our
As she shows them how to eat And from humble writings. Sometimes In
you must 1 pass What will the hitch orates a box
"Did you ever notice ? Juniors do? We've always copied Miss Grace Wood came next spaghetti Applause la very scarce, they say the future perhaps! you will road
Said Old Dave Dyke, you. Yon taught; us right from with a prophecy a forecast of the In her vivid" lectures on "eti The audience throws her rocks. some more uf our stuff.
wrong--as through each day we future for every senior. quette. ---- r 1
"How much applesauce trudged along. Nev..r..n afternoon The firm of Ethel and LouiseIs Exams, are here--laying In wait I
And applause wound alike?" did you take nnd hike of Let us Into the prophetic crystal Joseph a booster in the Prohibition known both fur, and near; fur all of us---but by the. time
to the lake or never did you chew gaze party But if in case you're Ignorant I you read this they will be over
-TimesUnion."Is a piers of gum--even though a And see what we'll be In future lie drinks no beer his appetite Is Just listen, and you'll hear. wlih. And let us hope that each .1'
there any wonder ?" junior offered you somw. It seems days.Owen hoarty I 1IIId everyone will pass.
to good to he true someday we'll So now hen grown all out of They work for Get-Thln-Qulck & I
Said Old GuyGame, ho like you. Wilbur wants to belike travels around from townto bounds Son, We are 1; VI'-"i'; another Improvement -

"For ones hot air Eugene: and gaze off Into town And weighs at least three hundred (Oh, do not shake with laughter) made up here A valance -
space, I would give almost anything For he has become a gaudy clown; pnuuda., Ethel I poses aa "before," Is being made to hang across
And the other's the same." to strut around like Grace And In a one-ring circus tent While Louise portrays "after." the top of the curtain-It will bo

-Bradford County Telegraph. Helm would sell her hat for eighteen All his crazy hours are spent. Laura the brilliant little mite, here Iu time for the play-BO you I
pounds of Cecil's fat Its sad Has/ had a hard, persistent flght- Laura's paintings are so good till must come and see If you don't
"I've also noticed," wn know but, Moon you must go- Here Is one called the great cabbage lint she la prospering now, They make you want to hook one think it looks better. We know
i Said William Tyme "Out of school life Into life's queen- And she has told us how: Site can paint the best baked beans tau want to come unyway because
school" you know that old old She farms and markets all vegetables She writes testimonials of what But let her try to cook one! the play 1s u real attraction. Now
"How easy skirt rule, end I hope when you enter green Listen no we'Ulet you In on a .ocret--ev..ry
And flirt will rhyme." life's great Institution you won't Who would believe It-It's our Has/ done for her awful bunions Harriet now Is married,, one knows we always have something -
have to stay and copy the whole I ICOIl8t1tlltioll. Art h urine. and corns! She cooks and makes the bed good between the acts of the
-Lake Worth Herald. And if her husband says a word pliy! -but uue of these "uome-
Did ever notice Miss Ijiicile! Mitchell responded (:IIHe always so shy and coy Lucile, the mighty one- l She cracks him o'er the head. m.iiKd" Hits lime is very different
I you with an equally fitting one for the Has, developed a complex to be- Let ua see what she has done; We do not know of anything Just
A modern skirtIs Juniors: come a boy A brave detlctlve In Reno Is she, Fredrlka takes life easy, like it ever being staged tuarke,
a small rhyme "We're glad to see you here: nut aa she swaggers down the And many a nigger gets( pinchedon She's bought herself a cat certainly not at the school-but
It gives us Joy and cheer. street a spree. And Is having/: Just the grandest you 11 enjoy it. i!
For,a full-size shirt? Sure Its true we say to you She still Is dainty and petite. time .
"',,'re glad( to sea you here." Mary no longer's a dear sweet A sitting, getting fat. We heard of one person who 1
-Houston Post-Dispatch. Hernuno It "gives us an opportunity Ethel pursues her fortunes as a I child had nervous hysteria and prostra-
to give you a little advice, chimney sweep, She now Is a cow-puncher wllder'n Eunice Is a teacher too, twit wueu he saw the load of invitations j
.. perhaps we had better say, to offer Her pathetic blackened face Just wild- Her pupils she doesn't whack that had been sent to
I suggostloni from our superior makes us weep. We saw her Just the other day Remembering how she talked In.. him.
wisdom and experience Once she got stuck In a chimney A-rIding steers as a gentle play. school
BRADFORD Remember that getting an education small- She kindly turns her back The seniors have such preoccupied
Is a give and take affair all When they pulled her out she was Fredrlka Is a stiff old suffragette, manners. around exam time
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL the way through Opportunitiesare slim and tall. She's an old, maid-hates men- Grace Wood is a Journalist I that oue of them actually spoke
given you, hut you must take you bet, I saw her-oh my glory! civilly to a Rat the other day-
EUGENE MATTHEWS GRACE! WOOD them and use them and that YOU Gussle Mae. poor dear, Is In a She wears a wig and big' flat shoes Push her aunty down the stairs '.and the Rat looked at him and I
Edltor-In-CMer AmuclAta. Editor I menus: circus too Her lectures give the people blues To get a good news-story. men keeled over in a dead faint.

WILBUR MARSIIBURH VIHGINIA WEEKS Joseph Mal pas Slips big and fat, and still never nut her long skirts sweep up the For Sale: 1'urklntt space tor one
Alhlutlq editor Publicity Editor I Wilbur lIar"hhurnCnrlyle blue- dust Virginia dances In a show, more ad on "ye editor's" derby

.. un. _.___ Hitch Oh. no her countenance Is still So give her credit for that-we The audience groans "oh heck!" borne enterprising merchant
Klmer: McMillan benign must And every time she stumps her toe should luke advantage of this remarkable -
It JlT.MOIt-SKMOIt; riUKJll.VM 1 boy next to you who has been Elizabeth Andrews E'en, tho'-"The Bearded Lady" I'I'Eug..nllah They hope she'll break her neck. new opportunity to advertise

I mulling ut your girl. Jessie Williams Rays the sign! there the old dear Owen's Ills goods. I
Bolow Is the program which The fourth and really the moat Mary Lee Wynn stands. And he a mortician -
should
won carried out at the Junior-Hen Important rule Is bring on the Keha Maxwell Cecil Is a movie sheik Ills head Is .empty hut not his I caught him do no wrong. "Of all sad words of tongue and
lor banquent u recent. brilliant affair eats.Wilbur. Muttln Norman Really the screen's greatest lover, hands fo help his soiling poisoned food pen
Marshburn president ot [ hole flalneyHere's lie Is terribly bold./ he's never No. In them he holds a knife- trade along The saddest are: 'it might have

Elmer; McMillan wall asked the Junior class -followed with a I to these nine muses pres- meek; He's Just finished killing his faithful Sammy I Is been!I' f
to dentist
talk on tliuetto; | and respondedwith turret to the faculty.'lt every SenIor ent, or the Junior class! It not And about him the girls always wife. And drills a on dukes, and Dut wnii that saying. should be
toe following and Junior here tonight wall mimes then notables from all hover. He couldn't help It-he lost his le's lords. classed :I
lines
Air. President ladles amusing and gentlemen : allowed to name the thing that expressed ages.: Theres that Bible character mind And strike apt to their go to sleep some day Words sadder_ still='1 might have \
his relationship to our with a coat of many colors- Florence Is a preacher- Tried to be Don Juan, but wasn'tthat spinal cords passed."
kind friends, leiiow cltlicus, faculty there would probably bo Joseph-and he still feeds the pea She sure lambasts all stn kind. -
boys and girls, high school pupils many suggestions but the There'a nothing we can teach 'er-- Joseph fills perscrlptlons, We must now bid
word
one ple.Now all
you
t seniors and. those, Juniors who have an education, which expresses our feelings fcirour you all know Queen Eliza- For we know success she'll win. There Is yet left that silly Grace; lie lie does kills off them ladles'well of course! fond farewell.-a, A. W.THK a 1
,
husbands
teachers professors beth. In her stately robes ,
Her
teachers more fully than any I brain U withered-so la her It.s e-
and classmates" other Is Appreciation Appreciation -. Then I see that conservative Louise has gone on the stage face-- cheaper than divorce.Cel'lI. END 1

I've been called upon on this for many things. FACULTY -: Wllburlte In my crystal globe of And we hear she's all the rage- She's crazy batty, nutty, too- -
very solemn and unnecessary occasion means a lot of us. fortune. Also. that Scottish author For she's a star in the Zelgrleld She can't even tie her shoe.She's Is used to throwing balls, Another school term almost .
to give you some points on I historian and essayist: yes, It follies that using: all his tricks
t F--the way 'cause she tried to completed! And )
friendship all have for To
we feed his are the
the use of the instruments ot sustenance was Carlyle who wrote that patch- And gets free rides on all the writeA wife and children glad' ? Just ask seniors
Ueforo beginning I wish A-for you.athletic achievement I er rt'patl'hpd-Sartor Resartua. trolleys prophecy for a dinner one night! Dy piling stones and bricks they'll; all answer them. Of course
to state that these rules are pat- you And that great general of the 'yes without
ented and may only be obtained C have helped and us through.C South, whom Mary knows will Harriet Is a real dare-devil girl Then a fount to the seniors was Poor Eugene's a target, top even thinking.to think Hut if they should .. ,
through the Ford Motor Company. courage cooperationyou Wynn In the battle of life. )Doing. all kinds: of tricks In aero given by Miss Luclle Mitchell For failures, and defeats. what would their
have : answer be?
_
The first given every day. here Is the He couldn't decide what Everyone tells
and most Important of V- -for Now founder of a planes- W-t'n-l-n-r-s he wanted that us
these very unnecessary rules Is understanding of our needs great I'lIbllshlnlhOUAe/: In our She rides In the sky with a dizzy Strive for the best each day to be. our school days are the happiest
l never at any time try to put more L for along the way. midst-Let us bow to McMillan. whirl. live you So now he sweeps the streets. true one of our lives, If that la
,
learning have why
tried to
food in your mouth than your opponent give us. though you With all these notables It must I And sometimes we think she has Enjoy: all the blessings that life I get, through aro we RO anxious to
we thought have been easy to attain junior. lost all her brains. has to I The witch now stopped she wink with them? it la
too much of give probably[
play. ed at curiosity to know e
ship or do'you look me. what
The second and most Important upon It-aR Never forget to lies
T--for each
the times your patience has greet task before
of these a real Norman conquetT When we knew Sammy he And shook her scraggly hair U8L: and after we have
very unnecessary rules Is been tried. walt with a smile found
sorely 01lt
Oh! This has been a Rltch class, slim and tall Before I'd thanked her for and have worn off the
never her
put all four feet on the tableat Y-for the year through which Invest your time In things worthwhile novelty, how
the and, we no longer say "Rich But he lilt pains. we'll wish for an
same time for In so doing have been as got on the head In a ;
you
our helpful opportunity to
t Croesus" but "Rich as Ford" or tavern brawlSo She'd vanished In the air. be back In school
you
may tip
neighbor's
your rupee! 1\11 hie.FACU.T..T"Y. Often your path may seem ,dark for a week! Bounds
slightly causing It to should I say "Hitch In Fords"T now he's short and round --- pessimestlo
spill. as a
and drear. doeBn't
i iOF
LASTVII.I.. It
spells a lot la nut now we shall have to say ball AM> TESTAMENT: II I ? nut we're not, for
The third and still Regret may come, but rejoice and 'we know
more unnec- nradford 111 and we want to adieu TIIK GRADUATING that
you ere you ride away with a He makes his CLASS
of these living by mending
very unnecessary rules Is know that do cheer soon tire of /Dbe706relna/
we appreciate you Maxwell, adorned with sweet Wil what .
to be very careful In the use of and things/: Sing on and work with out dreador We, the lot of
your Interest in our school. liam with Lois at the wheel to see While close beside him Edna graduating class of It's" fun nnjnK! out what
your knlfo. You may be cutting Mr. Kelly, principal, gave a. very a phenomenon perhaps the In rain tings fear.Seniors 19 2 7, being In full possession ot
tepidly and suddenly your knife Interesting response Marsh-burn. and shine and all the time to you again I may say: nine of our faculties; being In
Up out of your hand killing theM Miss Hazel Middleton was next Miss Myrtlce Jackson then And sometimes pophTdrop a dime When commencement days are unsound state of mind: being an Plant City-_30 cars of produce
gave into the cup she holds In her hands shipped
I ] over end graduation Is past. mentally unbalanced; and being ,recent work.from Plant City during




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