Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1927
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00987
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'" J I........................ children attended I the funeral of trip'' lo Jacksonville TuesdayMrs. .

: ; t Try Atlantic Westward Crossing :Mrs Delhi Browning Saturday nfU'lnoon. N. T. Green of Starke, la

Florida in Short I : : WOOJJL..UVN ; spending a whlle'here with her
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Mlmm ItrUn rhllll >.. c.... -- -- --- parenlts. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wlmbirly. -
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........................ Mrs, H. C. \Vlniberly and Mrs

MrtCiirrle' :Smith, has rpttirni HIGHLAND : N' T, Green woer shopping. 111 ..luckHOII -

I It i home niter, spending' a while\ In.la Ml .. M. I'). Hlok. ('.... \ IlliTuesday.. .
Live State News <'kxonvUlc I lie uuesl of her G.: II. Barker of Jacksonville. ,
mi. Culson SmlihMisses I ........................ was a visitor hero MOllday1110111' .

I ; Janet and Gladys Carter :\11',11111111I1'11' w. \Valkpr wero .\ tho visitors t., the IlapHst -
and brother OWIMI spent Saturday business. visitors. to Jacksonville l'nlol11I.ptllllt at Jacksonville
night In Jacksonville 1 tho guests; of :Monday from heni last week were Mr. and

TOLD BY OUR their brother, Lnury Carter, :MrsV. R. \Vlmbprly of :Madison !Mrs.' R. II). Proscott and It. L.Pl'PSCOtt. .
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EXCHANGES Miss Myrtlco Norman' has returned was the guest of 111 I'M. II, C.Vlmberly ) I.
home after spi-ndlng thoweek \ "Saturday' ntnl Sunday. Mr. nnd l Mrs. Gen. Lnstlnger of
---- ..... with her 81"11'1'Irs.! Lois .
--- ----- ------9 nnd I Ic-ft< Sunday afternoon for Dnylonn Daytona Beach arrived Wednesday
I Denmark of Jacksonville.Miss for n few days visit with relatives for Ivll..t. with R. D. Prescott and
Tallahassee. Captain T. M,, I zle-Stover vineyards here, which Debbie Phillips\ and son, ami then wll to family.Mrs..
Hodges state shell null coinmlaslouer -," have had on exhibition: a cluster i Semlnn, attended tbo picnic at :N. C., for a m01l1 go h'lI stay beforo -- N. T. Green, !III'''. II. C.
expects: to select a site for tipping the scales at one pound, I Klngsley Lake Thursday.. returning to her homo. U'lmberly ami I Miss I Kthol ItlcksN.

the new crawfish hatcliery at Key I eight ounces. The grapes were of Misses LlmmlP, I In by and IViirlWIMO :Mr. and. :Mrs Joe llodgoa nnd T. C11't'pl1'(' shopping: in Jnck- I
\Veut shortly alter August 1, ha I the Last Rose variety, member visiting their cousin .
a GladysNorman. children of 1l\wII'y ppnt !Monday !'!. Prescott wns n \inisiness visitor ,
announced upon lila return from a of the Tukny family resulting Sunday afternoon hern. to Starke Tuesday

three week Inspection tour of waters I from a cross between well-know !Mr, Jack and 1 BUI! Johns of llaldin B. II. Shaw mado n //1'11110 Lnwtpy 1111'''. 11. C. Moseloy.' !Mrs. V'lueyMcisloy
along the west coast American and Kuropeaii kinds. \\ werelsillng out hero Sunday. !
:Monday.Mr. and Klchurd Mas-ley wero
.ternoon. and. Mrs. F. I 11. Lung nndchildren visitors, to Starke Saturday.HiMonporl. I
Tampa.Attorneys for Honjiimiii TllllllbIlKHI'e--\\'hl'e certain restrictions :Mr." Noah Carrol of ItaMwIn, 1 werp visitors to I.uwtey ---
Franklin Le\ln, convicted was visitor hero .
concerning the use of Sunday.Mr. Saturday.
Several slrpots of
last week of the murder with a nnd :Mrs. J. s. Norman: .
hammer, of Looncy Merrell Illed real estate are contained a deed, A. L. BII>'no made business city being 11Ilvctl.I .
tin- circuit court can Issue a permanent
a motion In circuit court for a injunction to prevent theproperty ? llere is the bJic Uornler-Napier; seaplane in vyliU-li '''JlI. V! It..ourtncy .
new trial The plea wan bused on ( holder from violating British ace and two companions trust their doxttnlps In I Tn.11; Tom\:
the tint that Levins was deniedAn these rend'lotions, even though no in attempted flight! acioss tho Atlantic from Knglaud( ti> New,: York. I I1Y HKD.VKHna

open hearing and spectators damage Is caused or a nuisance en.tablished j I The double-motored, monoplane Is showed at lier inooiliius;" at Cal ,
were barri'd from the court
the Florida .stale supreme hot, England. I
during the trial. court held in affirming I II
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decree of the circuit court of !Dude
this section of the state. The lake 1111(. Vases anil liow Is of red radiance
Jat'kKon'I1II'Tho'lIrronoga, 'county In the case of T. Moore
35-foot Is beautiful and the surroundings/ roses were used effectively!
a government launch was ,
versus Henry Stephel.Key
here romantic, and cooling l breezes seem for decorating( the rooms. A treasure
lestioyed lire
< by following .
the I' to bo always ready to temper thesummer hunt was eiijujcd, Miss Myrtle
an explosion cause of which
West.-One man was heat..MOTH Strickland tho I
: treasurefor II
said l be
to unknown. Col.
drowned and four others nro. missing the girls anil, Mrs. Clayton II I
Mark -- ----<>--------
Itrooke S. district engineer
Lieut. 10. M. Caffey, his assistant in the hurning of a smuggling; ; : I:ICS 1''l: 1>ilo'l; Strickland finding the boys prize.Tho Ii I
boat In the noithwest channel

approach hunt led l the all
and E. II. Dullock, civilian, to Key Went, It wus disclosed i\\v is I C'II \ (;": II through the house through guests the i
who were on board at the time,
today when the I'. and O.
grounds to Hie Inko nnd back to
escaped Injury and by donning overhnard.Stuart. liteprellel'vel'K Steamship) Cuba' rescued four survivors The 15127! session of the Florida the bouse Fruit imnih and cake ,

Jumping. ; who hail clung to a bell legislature made. some changes InIolhel's weie served by the hostess after I II
buoy fifteen hours anil landed l ":\ I'enslon Law." This law the hunt. Those( present v'ero.: I
.--One ton of 60 per rent them hero. Those rescued are was enacted In 191!) on the recommendation Mrs. Fred Io kps. :Mrs. Hob New ,
nltro-slycerlue/ dynamite will puss Italians who say they saw one of of :Sidney, J. Catts, then, man. :Mr and Mrs\ Marvin Fraser, I
through Stuart on a truck within their party drown but lost sight governor" tif Florida. The purpose :MlhHPS Myrtle :Stilckland: < Km maStrickland II
the next few days en route to the of the others and believe they of the luw Is to enable mothers l. Alyne Fraser. KurlfeTjler. I

ocene of the mosquito operations perished. who have near Olympla It was loarned today them for ."food clothing ami aril. I Strickland.BROOKER: .
from J. McDonald: <1. chairman Qiilncy.-A clever pleccr of education" lo send such children -------

of the Martin C'ounty Mosquito counterfeiting has been brought to I to the public schools of the state. 1 I........................
District board.Jacksonville. light here, when John Brown, a The luw provides for the payment .
farmer and, cattle AVakulla !
man I
of I .
$25.00 per month for the llrst !
Deputy Sherifl f I I county, Uncovered ho hud been I I'hll.llllld. $8.00 1 per month for each ; inl (' ;
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Oils Drown of Live Oak left Jack mado the victim of the scheme.' additional child under tho age of '' 1

pouvllle afternoon with three prls. A twenty dollar bill which he offered sixteen }'em's. I ........................
oners who are to be tried In Hit In payment of purchaseA I
Suwannee city for the alleged 1 made at the store of the Love & The. original I law provided that O. K. Ward ofVaUlo, spent Hie

theft of 1.100 pound! of coppei llearln Co.. was found liy the children. receiving the benefit of I week-end here as guest of his
wire from a light/ plant there. The salesman, Ciiis Lester to have been this luw should reside with Its or mother, Mrs. T. V. \Vard.Mru. I a|'
men are J. II. Keene, 35V.: L. ralHod from a one dollar \Mil by I their unit her. This wn changed Tom Baxter und two children j
Keene 25, and LonnleVllllums, pasting flgurt'H presumably takenfrom by the recent 1 legislature( so that Junior and 1 Catherine and
26, all of Lake City. The wire circulating media used. by If the thlld or children. are living Mrs. Crews of J"'kIlOllvtllire\
and containers, found at a local I the Confederate States during the with their mother, or other relative lieie visiting Mr. ami. Mrs. J, 1) '
I civil within the second degree, or Baxter.Mr. .
:Junk dealer's place, were Identified war. I
guardian approved by the properauthority
by the men and :Mrs. Sam TIIIIs ofClc'urwuler
1 Is entitled l to the benefit
Do Funliik Springs.-rieorgla,
the I and Mru. Sniillo 1'ln-
that he had I Florida find of law.
. IIII0ml.I'xplallllllg: AI"blllJ1ltlll'llelltlllo liolster of St. I'elerHburg, wore
"got panicky" over a shortage In i operators will conduct a :$1.000.000 .- Another change, ; 'In I the original!': I liere 1 Friday visiting friends and.
city funds of which he and at leat. : ailvertlsluK campaign for turpentlno law to allow the hoard of county relatives.Mr. .

one other worker had charge, W.A. and other naval stores commissioners to assess one mill Lewis ,
demons and twoililron
Means. :i5: city cashier who 1 products 1\1"01'1111111' to an announcement lux for the purpose of carrying out Or\'lIle''
('hi 1 Kvelyn: :M.iu and
and hero, To 1'lIlIe this the of this law. The
has lipen missing since July 2, I amount, purposes
:Maiund 1111' .
'' Mary of llelllironn
who Is now under arrest here 1 nn assessment of a few (cent!< on original law allowed l the levy not -
('hurged\ I with embezzling about; each barrel of turpentine will be to exceed one half of one mill. :i SpringH openl Sunday herewith
124,1100.' returned to Miami late. made, to lie distributed l accordingtii Thorn- mot hers who are friends. anil relativesI1. "' -
yostcrday and surrendered himself I lu> illrtiitoH of a tipeelal ndvertlslng jeil In HIP law am "any A. Crosby nnd son Lvou, mo101 'iflf ir 111
to authorities.Tallahassee and publicity board. Substitutes I I whose husband. In dead l or II1..uII-1 l '('<.1 lo Ktnrke 1 Sunday: morning. m 7MC\ / -...
for southern turpentine ''mute of some slate \U. M. Galnoy spent part of last

Prison authorities have made such Inroads Oil tho ''whose husband! has been prosivutied i weuk us guest of Irlends In 1 Bln-11-)
II, Ga.U'.H.; .
werescanning" for two couvliln market that an educational cnmhinlKii for desertion or IInn-"U Jllmrt 1 -- .. -- --- -- ---- -- --
who waned from road will be launched to Hllnnillute | nnd hits been ndjucnted by the I Knnbb of Sampson City -- ..
camps lust night one of whom, naval stores markets. i court \\ I...,prosecuted to boI I was attending lo LVHlncnH> lu re ::" : -. -- : '- -O' -- -- --- :-. -

Manuel Kdwards, a negro, 1s said | # I wholly nimble to support his wlfo Saturday evening.L. 1"-1"n
to have made his night In a stolen 1IIa'elE'nlly.-\CtprR brief visit and ,children wborfo support nnd'the II. (iulney: wns tiniiHaitlng"
automobile after obtaining\ I lo I'alatka and other polntx, InI'I1I.lll1g support of the children depend business In Sturke MondaMr. >'. I
change of duthilllCI'om a home Starke, Green Cove Spring wholly or partially upon her labor. 1. L. Kubanks: Hpent( part ofi

In which he held up nnd hound .land Intermediate farming HPdlons ." shull be entitled to assls- to hI'"i business.Mr.week In. Lake City attending' / Grocery Co.

two men, The negro\ was nerving Mr. nnd Mrs. F. '1'. 1'eck returned lance as provided) for.
with a 1'0011long near Tallahassee. Macclenny! on Tuesday afternoon The original law provided. that and Mrs. II. L. Jones andhlldren
last ami lined at tlu Hotel I such mother must have resided Intho of \\"lI Macclenny.Forest Sapp, 20 Is Annie. Mr. Peck Bald Ins was state for four years. before being of this week beer ax guests of Mr.

In the Baker county :Jull here much Imprssed by the splendid !': entitled to the benefit of this und :Mrs. C'. 1.. Atkinson.Mrs. NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
charged with attempted criminal condition at the truck farnm. they act. It was amended l so that the Blanche Kubanks and
assault of an 8-year-old! child, passed between Starke and (Ireen mother hn.. to have resided l In laughters( (;ienevlovo nnd I-'dlth:
Sheriff Jones announced. The attempt L'ove Springs: and believed they Florida for only one year nnd the Jewel, ppent part of lust week In
was said to have been made were the bent In the entire state. I county for one year. Luke Butler with relatives. I SPECIALSFRIDAY
two weeks ago/ In section of the General IniHlncsx he found n little county some 20 miles distant from I slack owing!': to the-season, anil the: ()1\1'1I\ liI(7SI.ITI.I", (; ::\ : ; nnd 1 K. C. Long and I two sons, \Robert ( '

Macclenny. The man was apprehended lumber trade was not partkularly and Kugeno: ; all spent Monday
during/ an Investigation brisk. ( By Mrs. R. K. Blanchard) lu Jacksonville.II. .
Jnst completed by Sheriff Jones . Our Northslde': Sunday school L. Hough, Leo Goodbread & SATURDAY

and his ofDcers.. Marlunna.-The first day of the was well attended on Sunday and and It. M. (;iulney were business .
Confederate re-u n Iun which) meets( was eujojed by all. EverybodyInvited. \lsltors! to Crystal river Monday. ---- -- __
Jacksonville's -.-- Not for just today but prioeT rTl --- -0-
Jacksonville. Marlnnna! beginning :September always. M-C Grocery wrmMf
I !III'. and Mrs. J. P. Young, R.It. The ('onKtrllf'lloll of an addition now IInd then but
youngest "hl hwoy robbers, a 27, will murk/ the sixty-third ,
ulway". AI-C :
trio each of whom gave his age ns birthday of the battle of Marlauna. Lllllot and. Miss Ksther: Lepperof al fifty-ton Ice plant at Lake City Crocvry Koods are dependable always, you can be sure you are Ri-ttinir

13, were arrested and turned over September 27. 1SSI found most of Jacksonville, wero week-end by tho Florida, Power nnd l Light the bt-Kt goods; for the least money('ct the JM-C habit It Pays.
to the Juvenile authorities following thp men of Marltinna In other sections campers at Strickland's landing.Mr. company will be started shortly. I IlIIod..rll
: and Mm I'M Gardner and The plant will lie ona of the most
I: their alleged attack on another of the country battling for --' -- -
companion from whom the "'1'he loved and lost cause." children of Jacksonville, spent In tint Htate, and will include --- -

i trio was accused of forcibly taking Therefore, when the Federal sol ,Sunday with !Mr. and Mrs. Fred I Hie usual electrical driven WASEO FLOUR FANCY VIRGINIA

ft. 25 cents. The alleged: highway diers, led by General Ashford ap- j :,IIIMSE'e.III'S. ammonia compressors( and other SELF '
men" were said to hove been on 1II'01ll'lpd, Marlanna. It remained R. K. BlnmTiard and Miss standard' Ice plant equipment, the RISING

their way to a candy store when for the home guards; of this city ; Pearl Hornshy spent Thursday same as recently Installed. ut Mel\ POTATOES
apprehended.Tumpni mposed largely' / of boys, to, meet with :Miss Ilornsby's sister Mrs bourne.. Fort Myero and other 6 pounds 36c
theenemy.. This they did, and J. Harris at Green Cove Springs.Mr Florida cities.PENIP01NTERS.
Municipal Judge Leo made a record for bravery rarely 11.\ A S. :Strickland, nnd' Sidney ---- -- 4c per pound
ahE'o.1Ilh his Strickland made a business 12 pounds 69c
;, StiUnaker went approaches Ill the history of the
preparations( for the showing In his conflict. I.CHK than one hundred I trip" to no In"'wllieIondoy.' .
court of u motion picture Him taken : ;Marlnnna boys faced more I than Mr. and Mrs. Hunter I'pndleton, [ 10
Jr. !\II'. and :Mrs. J. :M. Sutherland l.I 24 pounds 34cBest
I b>' detectives of prominent buiIness one thousand of the Federals and. l. pounds $1.30
men entering and leaving on i suc-i..peded in killing more of them j Jr, Misses Sara George Stuart, Miriam I ,
alleged speak easy known as "The than were casualty among the local :StuMm, and Mr. Clifford CJelgor A movie actress, suing for ___
Key club\ ," Opposition has arisen <'onredE'ats.la"dE'lIny.One. of Green Cove Springs are. oc- says aha was bunting for a
to the showing which has been : i npants of the Taylor cottage at dog and got a husband. If she hat'

tentatively scheduled for Friday, :\ of the most Strickland's landing. been bunting for a husband ai Granulated Sugar 10 IBs. 68c
Judge Stalnaker said, lie declared eagerly looked-furdard-to. picnics' :Mrs, Delia Spencer of Jacksonvllle got a dog, that would be news. ,
word has reached him that several I thus far announced this sumtnor Is 1 \lsltlng lier 81"ter.IrK ., ------ ---- _.

members of the club will make I,( the union picnic now being arrang-/ I Fred :SUSBPB, for a few days. Beach parties are a menace, Golden
desperate efforts to prevent their Ic | eel 1 by the officers and members of :Mrs' ..J.1: norman of Macclen ays a pastor Tho old ilong should Age Macaroni-Spagghetti
Involuntary debut an stars on the two of Mac< lenny's Sunday, schools ny entertained with a house party be changed to "hang your clothes Q
:: screen those roiuliuted by the Methodist ''III GrlfHs cottage: Klngsley Lake on a hickory limb, but don't go
. I and N oodles- OC
.v KplHcopal and Ilaptlstchurches. 'last week swimming dancing and near the beach." Per Package
"'IIu'hlllll.hiI'd of approximately Instead of attempting: nulling were enjoyed. Those enjoyIng I ,
8.000 rattle was reported I I hold gatherings at different the hospitality of Mrs. Dorimun -- -- .
range; to separate I "Women are slaves to fashion, -- -
sold here this week to John I places, the two schools Iiaveagreed were Mrs. Fred Stokes and ,!I aid the man. Then, with the Pillsbury Best -- -- -

Collier. Zolpho Springs cnpltallxt I I to unite and, hold a combined I :Mrs, Bob Newman of Jacksonville, 'I thermometer sweating; at 108, he Flour POST TOASTIES POST BRAN
:Mr. and IIrB.farvln!
Fraser ofi
and property holder, by Roberts picnIc at beautiful Kingsley put on his coat and went across
Brothers. Zolpho Springs for the Lake. The date of the excur- i Baldwin and Miss Alyne Fraser 2 PACKAGES 2
the ctr et for an Ice cream soda. 6 PACKAGES
reported sum of $100,000. The I ton had not been decided when thenews i of :Macclenny.McrrjmnkrrN. I pounds 39c

deal was one of the largest; closed, was given; to the Reporter I I : I A school teacher ought to he 12 pounds 72c
In this section In several years and but It In expected to take place at :I A congenial crowd of merrymakers bio VT I For 19c For 25c
the Pad
a lo across e. \Voeem
enjoyed a fish fry out at
crews already are In the woods a comparatively early date in August. 24 pounds $1.40Tomatoes
1 to- rjnember one "marm" la
Klngsley Lake on Thursday eve-
changing the brands. ; Committees from both Sunday .
BchooU are working out the.. lilng at the hospitable home of Mr. I our school days who need to say '

LE'esbllrg.-necorcll Intrope/ details Klngitley Lake Is an Ideal I land Mrs. W. K.: Torode. Swimming he "got to nervous Ibe could just Conquerer;
ofa Is'' : and out door games were featured 1111"! Conquerer-
production as regards weight place for such an affair and It .
single bunch, are believed to I becoming one of the most popu- the parly part of the evenIng Brand Peas Sugar Corn
have been broken by the MacKen- lar pleasure and picnic resorts in I and full Justice was done to With the annual loss Inwages No. 2 Can
the dPllclotia repast consisting of I due to sunburn amounting to $2,- I 2 c No. 2 can No 2 Can
I fried' flsh, cold slaw baked beans, 000,000 It seems this 1s getting to I Ito I 3 For 2 For 25c 2h.c
I Johnnie cake, pickles, cake and a burning question 2 For'M

Your Children coffee o'clock., which was served at seven II|I I --- -

Those present were :Mr. and M\KK #! 30.00 .\ WKKK: NUCOA AMARGERINE DEL-M9NTE
Are they strong, alert and vigorous; or pale, weak, ... Mrs. Torode, :\11'. and Mm. L. L. 29
cross and inactive? )If the latter, very likely they ::- Smith, !Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carpenter -- C. I Sliced Pineapple 26c

are suffering with intestinal worms, and needIVHITE'S > Mr. and 1111'.. L,. Kllgo, Mr.ami No. 2 Can
Mrs. ''''m. Soudergrlst. Mr. selling new reversible shirts. Made
w and Mrs. ''''m. Kennedy and
Cream VERMIFUGE O Ulllle, Mr. and Mrs.\ O. W. Hoberta son.- Just the same on both sides. When 3 Bars Octagon Toilet Soap and 1 Genuine Connon

and daughter Patsy, Mrs. the collars and cuffs wear out
; 35c
The worm-expeller with a 50-year record of ;g:! Meyers ami daughter, Unrlo Bill turn the shirt Towel. Reguar Value 60c-For
success. A few doses a re sufficient. n !Starr' Clifford Trombley, Edward and get twice the .

Klotz. D. Hussell, :Miss Pearl Crlffis. wearing value Patented article

Sold By Corpening'a Drug Store :Mary. Edmond.Luclle Torode.John Arthur and No competition. J. R. Palmer and A complete line of fresh vegetables and fruit!' See our produce window before
: buying
MM. norman Macclenny.. en Co., Box 4437 Jacksonville, Fla.

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:MKF I < nella Snyiler's birthday ; I I :I: ('til" \\ ,,riM' del 'irnii'd,, ( with thirteen
candles Moml.iy when she "eelebratid 1M
y Mrs T. S. William called it
with a theatre party rerelveil -
+''i mu elI1mg: of her branch of tho flniinee -
iiiiiny lovely gilts: The InvlI.,1 -
'' connnltteo, of the \\'omlln's'l'IIIh..r .
d guests wore::
Misses ixirothy Clnlrc Klcklit- ''' Stnrke last Friday evening. I .

er. Mary rierce, Cleo and<1 I.cnn-I July 2'Hh) ntI o'clock at the club
hntixo and, I IhoHft present ,dlseussiMlplnns
r bello Shepurd.' Kthol.vnVhiU: >, and I
Ida I.ulu Davis.t lo obtain money tn carry out. .
)I the club shogun : "Pay off the mortgnir' -
t Home made, rake mil<1 shcrbrrt I p
were, served<1 after' the young folks' on ,the club ""1111111//(."
Among other, plans Iho committee :>
homo.Mits. .
roluriiiMl l ID llu Snyder
.. decided to give a ''' ',' Pot' 1 1 Ii
-r-:;: :: i' I K\/II; ; illinier, at the "club houxe on 'fUPM-j !! ; I

1.:. 'II'ler.'I\"i: ,day, November IMIi. The I III IIII
lorliim will be turned. Into n 1"(111-1 ,

Mrs. .1. I... Fniaoe' was hostess at cn nf the f.imous Pepper Pot (Cafn :

two tables of bridge, Wednesday< Cr"'lIwfroh111111( New York as i
afternoon :a'' her. h""lpIII North nearly. ns It will lend IIs'U to de- COQ

"Walnut slrcct.iI I corallons and the I cabaret enter- p V I
Summer flowers worn used
find I I used After several progressions Mrs. hits Its young folks was exhibited, e x F linen. not contain article which are J

1) T.. flask received, 'llrst prlzo, when newcomer lo the town who I I {. .

which was Milk liow. ; :\11'''. 1.. F. was present, asked If Slnrke hud these' to the i
( occurs
II Clark received 1 second prise! whlchl 1 nil.vhody, ) capable of furnishing the I ", tiling/ to SIXL: I

was u set of table' miirkors) wlilluMrs. eiitortnlniniMit.., "
I .
m-rilri'M, to sell" hair men ImiKllHc. Q
N. Walnwrlght wan givena I I "Have we! exclaimed a young t .
handkerchief for consolation. I matron) eyeing time newcomer plty- I ; / fl Vet almost anything I which Is ;
I Following lies J Interesting limly for her, Ignorance./ "All our .J" a..t, I /l useful can lx "Noltl, Ihrontth the .I

guinea the hostess served, homo young folks 'ed Is the atmosphereand I cant, rooms find vacant liou4. 1y M ; ? { q TI'I'JII''I'h mint ads.Keep :
in IK!n rakn and<1 sherbet. the Incentive and Ihn tonls to -
the lI.hl(111 have UNO
The guests' at IhlH Informal uf- work with and they can give us as Ij /
Von will be -
nil ..
prods roux year for, f course, but Hell the things
faIr were: Mrs. II. C. McDonald/ geed' I us we could get' anywhere. ;
dot, t Turn these illHcanlf -
tij Mrs. It. Jo'. Clark mid MrH. 1). T. They cun do It belter for, us than ) round If you let want ads servo \ T yon use. .
articles Into
I Clark, all fit Miami MrH.V.. 1*. nn Imported Randall of Jacksonville, Mrs. toci." when you want I / Phone I n Miscellaneous for Sale'

Itnlph' Ithodes, (if Tallahassee and There wIll) he mimic, dancing hire rent or find )lost artlclrx'I I tiilverllNciiiciit to the Telegraph
Mrs J. C. Ilmiver.'r and u vaudeville skit. Tho mcnues 11' 1 ..111('('.
-- will be miniature newspapers with i
i K.VnHTH; f'.': 'fl.ItY village news portrayed In a humorous j -

f ('''l'U I\TIUTAI.\II: : ;)) vnlir and those present will .
be given; the' opportunity' to register .
N on the visitor's list which will .
Yellow and white zinnias were
be Included< In the \\'ho'liVho dIrectory -
decoration when Mr. und
lined for ,
for llraford county later
Mrs. Sinclair' L. Peek entertained c' .
the Twentieth Century Club at on In the season.
The ladles planned to compilea
their, lake voltage lust Thursday
full history of Sturke and the
evening. i county and, those who have madeIt
Floral tallies directed the players -
what It Is. The social register
to their places at the four tables -
will ocpuiiy' n section by Itself as

t High arranged scores for were bridge,made 1 hy Mrs will every activity that has

E, L. Dlggs and, Mr. .1. W. Andrews brought us development. The entertainers Bradford
for tho Pepper Pot dinner County
Jr.. while Mm. (L M. In- Telegraphii
will ho given special mention
mOil and,] Mr. A. S.. Crews receivedthe
cotiHOliitlon prize us ter.well as Iho guests who regis

Hard candles were nerved
ing the KumuH. and after dllr-I make the evening a success by adding

IntereHthiK proKrOHsluns the to the entertainment. will be Starke Fla.niiiiittmiiHmniHniinniiiiitwiiniiniiimiimmniiiMti"i
tess nerved. a chicken salad course welcome, to do so. Just consult .
with andwlchns and Iced tea to the' your waiter. This Is In accord" I

4 following guests: MlxH Mabel Wel- mien with the privilege given ,

;I ler. Mrs. (J. M. Inmnn Mr. and guests at the Pepper' Pot In New ,
Mrs. U. L. lleiiHley. Mr. and Mrs.F. York

F. Stump III' and Mrs E. L. Those planning the affair are

TilKKH. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews expecting the evening to be a huge J ,
Mr and Mrs. JV.. Andrews. Jr., and effort will hexerted
success' every
Mr. and Mrs. ...,nthal \Vyniun and
both old, nnd
Mr. J. J. Truby. young us to well give as middle lined visitors "."' ""! ''' '''''''''' ''c mi uIlnN'' tII'1I1I' INN." "h"IIOUIInorolomlirlmulr"''''', ''''''''' '" ,7'1'W' I", nnu .nnlnhmmna" "luiluo,,,, "' n 'log """,","" """m"pmiiiiinm' ,nniininiiiinmi'imimijiin.iijmi' ''''''''' '' """ +aultolltnlenm1wlmnuulnlnunuP,, '', '' '''' "' "''lm'''or "arll: : iiuunmiinfl", : !"iim'' 'inpiiiiii' ''', n"i'minim''''' mmnmmnnuu.nv' ''''','''innolnuruulll. "''''''' 'n:.:.-. .

I a joyous time us well us a
'1'. 11. H. m":1'1': KIV ;SI.IYI.IKI ; meal that cannot he ,,"rpII""IHII\IIY' it.ti.imiv HAS HUH c.vsi: ioovi-ii-sTi\v.\itT: ; ci.rn their many friends. Virginia Interment college at Bristol of the state. He was a student' at

; where' IHSI-'KATS: STAKKK:, 13-2: : The bride Is. an attractive and Vu., where she specialized In the t'nlversity of Florida wherehe
.----- What Is said, to have been the accomplished young woman and Isu music look nn active\ part in athletics! ,

MoKdiiniL'H C. I,. .'....k. H: K. sins. n>iii-.v IIIU'\\'SISlI first lawsuit in Ilnldwln was staged Jacksonville. Aug. 1. TheStarke descendant of a long line of Illustrious Mr. Burrs' who Is the son of Mr.: and also attended\ Vanderbilt university. I-

ferryman and, 1. II, Hitch' were there !Monday .afternoon the trial baseball team Journeyed to ancestors whose names and Mrs. II. K. Ilarrs. is u member Nashville Ten'm. Ho holds
Friday afternoon our community being before the justice of the are prominently United with colonial
hoHteRses Monday afternoon to the ; I the city yesterday to take a severe of one of Florida's' pioneer it roHpoiiHlhle position with the Security -
was saddened when news was pence to settle the ownership of a 13-3 and revolutionary days of the
lacing from the
"'omllll'IIHHlolio: / Clroover-
of the I
Methodist church ry nt Society the reekplace received.. that :Mrs. I liens<< 1 llrownlng MOW mind six pigs claimed, by two I Stewart' club on the Camp John country. She Is a graduate of Mural families who have for many years! Building and Loan Com

I on beautiful lake I KliiKHloy.Mrs. wife of I II.) II. llrownlng, Sr.' passed men. It proved lo bo a first-rate stun diamond. Sailor who twirled High school 1 and.I later attended been associated with the interests pany.'
nt I the hnmn of her ,daugh drawing (card automobiles from I
iiwuy :
C I.. ",'ek ciiiiilucted.. i the for tho locals had little dltllculty ----- -
m ter., Mrs.: Arthur Crews. ut Halford. the outlying section jamming thestreets
In holding the Starke hit
devotional I exercises, und, .I11'11.: J.
1 .
Mrs. llrownlng hud been In of that burg and the jury
\VVhlt wan the loader of the. ten In cheek.Coleman .
falling I health for the past eleven had old ling: Solomon backed, off and, Moore the
Bible I"HHnn.hll'l Ii wns the books I were
months. bill for the past few daysseemed the hoards In their effort to
m render i
hitting stars of the afternoon each
of Ishih and Jeremiah" At this / ,
to lie recovering and, went fair and, just verdict.
u "
out with
InterimtliiK, mauling circles) iiumlierone bunging n triple mates
''r and number' two united Intheir 'to visit relatives near Kalford.Mrs. Col. F":. ;M. Johns of Stnrke represented aboard the hassocks.
: llrownlng was born June 1C one of I the claimants" and SPECIALSFRIDAY
study of I limo IOSHOII In I
'r a social -
IHTT; noiir Hulfilrd, and was I the often spending, the afternoon conducting -
The SL'IIHOII.hoHtesHPs served daughter\ of Mr.: and Mrs. J. M. the trial and awaiting/ the .l\ciiso\vii.i.i.: i.KiiiT siiAT : ':\
a temptlim' :
fruit salad course wllh Ice tea und (" 10111111. She spent her girlhood verdict, of the Jury left the scene i..1 1E
m there mind January 1M. 18KI! : 7:30. How In the
nsMlHte l III days at : long night
were serving hy Misses
Itltch .. I was married to i 1) II. Drowning. they debated the question It not' & SATURDAY
Harriet and IIIz111,1,11.) : -
One of the latest diversions for
To this union was horn ten children known. Tuesday morning Mr.
tom ,eight of whom aim rvIvu' her, I Johns was. Informed, that the verdict I Klngsley lake residents to watch
Those taklim part la this nieetInit I besides her husband und children of the jury wax to the effect for the sweep of the searchlight across -
wpro10",1'11'10: J.V.. While. she leaves to mourn her death, ( know which. I the skies In the direction of
C L Peek, A. \V. Iteilnnivo.' F. II. (that they did not tn August 5th & 6th
LongM.: K.; Kilwiirdri: .t. Z. Ad- her mother.l I \; .iItiii t'a. J. :M. Connor, of one of the claimants the hogs belonged I Jacksonville and on dark nights It
ford, three, brothers. I.. L. amid Is easily distinguishable as it
klns. F. I... WI"... J. II. Hitch '1'. ; I that they be put up at
:M. Connor of Starke and .1. 1 1). <
J. sale to the highest and host bid -
J. Alderman K.: M Hooks W. K.:
Middle-ton. I. A. Davis. 1'. J. Connor of Hastings( ; seven sisters "berthe I constable. to get $10 for .

1.ler(.... O. I.. llavnes. I.. Wymnn, I I :Mosdames<< U. ;\Alvarez. Donee feeding< and raring for the animals the lie rmiett Hank building and m Strictly fresh mixed"Bacon 33c
I.. n. Green, 10, K. ....rrrmllll. Man I B"OWIIIII1111.1" / A. \\'. Anderson of and, after the costs of court can be seen for a long distance In
!, Kalford.) Joel Mi'Cormlck of Fort were paid, the remainder split between every direction from that city.
Jones of Stuart, Miss Mae Peek '
White Clifford Hazen of llrooker.U. the two men claiming own- The distance. from Jacksonville to'Klngsley
of Jacksonville, Misses ,
Amelia nnd
Olive I M. Futch" of Doctor's Inlet II. Luke on a direct line 1111| Dry Salt 19c
Kay. A. Mriulley and L. A, Plnholster .----- between 35 and 40 miles and It can ,
Circle number will the
one meet lot :Miami. '. easily be traced as It sweeps across -
first Mond.iv III
September with II has lived I In ourcommunity the sky. j RICE
Mrs.. J.V.. White.KI.FIWTis. Mrs. llrownlng I 4lbs. 25c
filI'I the past ten years Wish tn extend our heartfelt ,

<' ; : : F'IF'I'llItlltl'111)11' and to know her was to love her. thanks to our friends of Bradford UAItllS-llO/.O I

1 1 She' was always ready to assist Union and Duval counties, Sliced Bacon .
!, anyone In their trouble. She was I 33c
who so willingly" assisted us during Friends In Sturke of Miss :Margaret -{
active member of the M. K.I .
inn the Illness and death of our
Mozo will read with Interestthe
Km met Key Perrymiin celebrated I church', South having united I with wife and mother Mm. Idellallrownlng.

his II fill birthday Tuesday, afternoon that body while a young girl.i Especially: do we thank following, taken announcement from of hermarlage Eagle Flour 6 Ibs.
at I the homo of Ills parents i I Funeral I services were held and Drs.. Mlddletou and Carrodlne for SlIndoy'sTlmellUnlon 32c

Mr. and ;Mrs. K.: 1 K.. 1'nrryman. on I I the body, laid to rest In the Suppcemetery their I ilntlrliiK efforts' to prolong I :
West Madlxon. slreet., This youtiK near Kalford l Saturday, her life. For the words of nyni- :Mr. and Mrs. George Waych :\10I -
t man Is fortunate, In hnvliiK many July ::10.() Rev. llowen\ assisted by | pnthy and, consolation spoken) and zo announce the marriage of Ih..lrdlllllthtl'r. Eagle Flour 12 lbs. 60c
fondue here, I and tewi I !Margaret to Mr. John ,
so they a !llni. Harrison of Lake !Uutler conducting for the beautiful floral offerings
friends were Ills guests. At the the services. may( the Lord's blessings be with Murdoch: ll.trrs on Saturday the

lose of a pleax.int afternoon the The many friends of Mrs.llrownlng I nch' of you Is our l prayer. I ninth of JntyNineteen hundred Eagle Flour 241bs. $1.15
little folk was served, Ice cream Join the family In their D. II. llrownlng J. M. Drown cod twenty-seven. At home afterAugmiat ,

and cuke. sorrow. ing, Mrs. Cecil Island :Mrs. Joel 1. 1927. Jacksonville, Fla.
---- e- A Friend.Alligators Holms, Mrs. Arthur Crews Misses I. The announcement of the marriage Potatoes
1.I''oIS'j'OI.l: : \ ('.\1'1'; -. --- Lillian and, Juunlta Itrownlng and'I of this popular young couple Virginia Coblers 10 Ibs. 35c

cannot be killed legally D. II. Browning Jr. : will be received with Interest by ,
R'.1. Toole' hue leaHed. the ;MuKnolla In certain lakes and streams .
--- ----
Cafe from Arthur \Vlllliiinx' of Luke county. It seems that the C.\NOK: ."l.fll WILL Butter Clearbrook Clovebloom 48c

and, reopened, the dining/ room gators are fast disappearing In cer- 1IUI.II TIIIHIt RACK: ,

Monday. For the punt several Itiiln parts of the states und the AT KlM iS"\: ..\Ii.:I .

weeks this popular establishment larger,, prices for hides are making II John B. ThomasIIEOISTEIIED I Cabbage pound

hu been cloned while repairs on i ith.. hunters. scout in earnest for Jacksonville\ Aug. 1.-U. n. per 4C

both floors were made. The Interior 'the' gators' causing a scarcity of Hamilton, of Cialnesvllle. with his I ARCHITECT
of the upper' floor has been the saurlans Lake county with two ,
elght-horsepowerrd outboard
motor Bunched
remodeled' and repairs IIIII"e.1r.: 'thousand'! lakes probably has plenty boat, the ;My-T-Illue will Slnrke, Florida I II carrots beets and turnips
Toole was engaged In restaurant of nlllgntnrii and the folks are I make an attempt to lake bill third I
work In ialnexvllle before removing I i desirous. of keeping some of them straight race Thursday' afternoon 'I'
to Starke and. hat secured. theservices |, for the tourist sight seeing trips. when I the Seminole Canoe and two 25c

of an expert cook formerly I Yachlt club holds the third of its I ,
employed hy one of the large i Tavares.-Work started constructing aeries of events on Klngsley' Lake
hotels In ialnesvllle.; sidewalks 1 on Irma street. near Starke. COFFINS & CASKETSand

Hamilton captured the ireen a Fall LJn of
Cove Springs race and then re

Get Your Money Promptly fI"lIlelot Lake Geneva lust Thurs Undertakers' Supplies Independent Stores Co.

HAROLD C. WALLStarke day.The club will have Its customary AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

... Florida two-division race meeting ;
with the eight horse craft In one Alw n .. hwuL T'.1 tan _
INSURANCE event and the four and nix horse tto l....l prl..B.RCGISTBBED ....... ... II
..ntie. .. ....... _
boats in the other. Three heats 1 CALL ST. NEXT TO GAIETY
Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies will be run in each division the

Starke Fla.
Adjustments Made Promptly STARKB. FLA.
I Washing/ spoils the keeping

=J quality of eggs. ................a.u..a.a.a'a._

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._._ "H, .. ,..._ H.. .....4. Iwt+n .. +aw.:v ., : e M't'' x1 sooar' +ty, T' 7e i,+M s ,. >i M

U-Mn&Kttl, .._. (KUb'a .v -i, W".M> ..*." --.li > h.-t'i< "n hnvi jMit-i miT "rfilii I"'" !H" MKltllUV.


.\rtrsT; %. 1927' nni>Fonn COI-NTY TEI.KIIMI KTIIIKK. FLORID r \r.K: : SI\;; '


I tun Walker, MKs Hmmn: \ ("our. I n In III. lni.li' -t ."lid I" t hlllilfl. ,. 'theio-"
BEATING EVIL Cinderella and Her Prii -- -- ,.t .l til,, ,ti'l' I ,,' ., H\! ,In KatlifVi.i
WITH GOOD ?t.I" .\ Sale. :Mr. and ;Mis s !I' :Morrlain ,,,,I.|I' \ -", li Una ) di t" .... and inslM.'
Mr I and :Mrs" :M W Howman. '- I U VIIAZKK,

The Inloi.nalloinil I'nlform Suitiliiy, School. LPHNOII fur .\iiUi t 7.Ovcrtonilns ,I:...... U T Itlchard. U. lias. "'. C.Mvers. .1 Spoclal M.atcr.

UltVllll: (;(..,,1. To\U 1 Samuel :2U.7-11, 17I: _' :'A..J. a i .Ino Deeiira. P. D :Marino.A I' i K .M I ..lotINS.soli for,.
David and ..... Q.&tOC.iOi N O "Keefo. I,. I I.. Jacobs O. A. X-V.,1: ', "nll.I.III11I.
So Ablshnl cnmo to Ibo people by night: and behold ;
I Uove. ;Mr, and :Mrs.\ J. It. l.owery. .
Saul lay sleeping within Iho trench and his spear stuck In the I NOIK I.!
;Miss Helen' II"m"'H." T. (I. lloylo,

him.ground at hit bolster: but Atmur and tlio pcoplo lay round about I S ilea I Mr. Mitionlgle.. : :Mr.. nnd MrsV.I I lii flu nil Court j6th! Judicialfir.

I K.: KMHIH: Mr. and ;\1 I'M. ratllscui.and uh of l-'li'i-ldn. In nnd for Uradf -
Then said! Abluhal to Davl'.d i'i>itni\' 'In ,'hn".1Y.
i ,
thine hand this day: now;, therefore, let mo smite him I pray thee, .,- nuinlior of. penplo who allondod "llnsi'oi' ,1 : S 11.\.1..1:0.

with tlio spear, even to Ibo cartli at once and I will not ninite him \ \/ ) I I I the boat races at Io.y..lolun ( \(' i "\"' '"IIIIt.'M
the second time. .. -o< :. i' ........ Heights. Thursday, remained for 1.:1.1'1':11 N 1:1.: vt al,

And David said to Abislial Destroy lilm not : for who can stretch I I riouJ:: be fclllec: I Ir the dan..iat tho nine l.unIN'1I11\ t. .
(ill In IVi-trvt ntul llulrl TitleIn
*' | vlllon that where excollent .
forth Ills hand agalnn!: tlio Lord'IIIIII'lnled. and bo g nil HOPS? ,' evening the Name of the Miito ol. B'loritlH.
David'nald furthermore As the Lord llveth. tlio Lord shall smlto '. \ ;e Brand" Powder' ori.Mjr.iioos I| music' nus provfdnil by aIreen To the known ami unknown 1. 1\1jIIIII..rii ".Flell'l. ( Cove Springs orchestra.Cit in i'h.. nh..tyI,1 cnnsoInnlt
him ; or hili day shall conic to die; or lie shall descend Into buttle "I' : ; I --- --. : I'Moilda" Itallroatl

and perish. ;, t.Ma.firT.i, nH-heut \' streets\ nnd county roads H em' poi,'at Inn, If In ,. C"'PRIy
:Bcd ant
The Lord forbid l that I should 1 stretch forth mine hand ngalnst .," \ !-.Ia-, i.i. l i.ij: > C...:k.l'i I i are" bolim; built In every part of Kill If nut l.epi,In." .xlI..I.. ( "c H, its siioeoaiorfl unknown alllnsslnns

the Lord's anointed : but, I pray theo tako thou now the spear that roiut-y I Ico 011.11.4:1: : :( Florida and lil linprciveniciits' uro tsamni, .I A. IWII'Indl'ld' -

ia at his bolster, and the cruse of water and let us go. .:l tlnl.ol'I.! going; forwaril, e\erv ,11 '. No city i nalh Kallioad, and' t'onipany!as "iinstee:': ;a oorporatlon: !"I Ifullc ,

So David took thr! spear and, the cruse ot water from Saul's bolster J ;r T'r:':: .., I 1"11 oxpiind wllhoul 1 pnved, streetsnnd ..lt If .1'1. his unknownhell

; and they gut them awuy and, no man saw it, nor knew It, \"alltl -< imu,, no stnto can Invite tourists **, .. iMecs l ""..( or Ki'aillei" s\
i io .
sooiuil 7-t 'without Ills nn I known leirali \
neither awaked ; for they we re all asleep; because a deep sleep '. 'C nnJ &i.on Si : I IK 1 a Kiiaraiili'e" of ,,"OII'nuIM.( i eo| i -it'11.1' l\'es, sni i'eHsoi,'s and IIN-

from the Lord was fallen upon tliem. I : ,i"i i. Oun 'f. I ::1111.\ *pi-ni for perinnneiit pavIng .NKIIM| and Kllxaliet li N lta> *>H
Is moneyell spenl" h "' I .nltve.: ,and: If dead, her unknown'
Then David went over to tlio other side and stood on the top. ota "ftlto'or'.' bookl,I '" ::111",11.0. counties and stales' ,and ) 11'M., hi'n" *, do |S M>H, IcirntoeN or, irrnn, *
hill afar off; a great space being between them : ..:..1,..r,,,'" ....c.I.1McCM"lrk I I'I".lla t.ix. ,toitetlier wllh all unknown parin -
ha-, .
piii "i mom .
pioKr.iin ,
And David cried to tho people) and 1 to Abner tlio SOil oC Ner, gay ( '" Co. In 1 this icspoct than, ,inolhei >' haInw.anl' l. or who .may. 'Inll and Inli.ii
\ 11<"1'10",11, : :. 1'llhl. II. 11..I..t
Ing Answerost thou not Abner ? Thou Abner answered and said, ,., .. ,date In .Iho south. I 'lute' in. ''lhl. I"M".lol adIIMI -

Who art thou that crlest to tho king? \ I to li. 1)"I, compl.iln.int -

And Saul knew David's voice and 1 said Is this thy voice my son ," .. 1 pl'2 Alfalfa thai pruiiK up In tho Ijliiif( and f..II.111; "1.1'1",1II."IM

David? And David sal' soil of u ploco of hind I'linntt' ', 1"I""hllt" to-W'lt : NU\ of SKU.'
: II near 'the ;Monllcello postoillce hasdemonstraleil ..l s.i tti."n i ,. Township I I 7 K 1 tan Bd
Then said Saul I have sinned, David lor I will no I \ ;; : :
return my son ; 1f.> ." Kn-i. I* SH strip. of I n'i fid fact
; ( that' alfalfa lieraised
more do theo harm because my soul was precious in thlno eyes .. I rlt ,; ;j. can ii't i.n.l. I UIHI hy HI' feet nn.lloiiih
: iJ. .! .i4. on I the ( lav west Ih.W of thi NhJ'i
this day: behold 1 I have played. the fool and have erred ex- One of tin- 111-! vtiddliiiss th*? St I :M.im.,. .< rlvor ""lInly, of QtirliiM'.t'M'l' I'Morlda. This M..1 thai.I'' was .r >i : >111 Hi, ti..r. 'orltr

timittrV_....... .. ll.l'" )1,110-vll took |il.lif' 1'1'1\11' when J.llms Iind. Stilllll.Ul' ..,J.;..J 'c-r "\olunleei". ,and, had' no cultivation < I : : :.I.I ,IMINon : :
.' J.iiin 'I1I11.n., .nut fi r." ,\ and em li of you anlierohy
110111\1'\ Ni w York lin I'M I. I -.in! in tIf.HI' -- has been ill' ha k st'vornl HIIUIHami
.. <
"!''- n i iimd| to lie ami appear' In tint
THIS Is a lesson of David's l.i"ua' \Vll-oil "('union" .II.I, i'l I'Ill' V.ni.1 i. l"* lll.i" "n il I.< 11,I. Ill ,.... .. Ii wi 'b' .....L.II: .'::.. 'I0 -. has pi'olillcally 11"'I'I. '1 nil i',.1111' of the >!tll ..IndlelalI'll

IILM.. wedding di'I"a lit.! Mud". In the i .'ip .nil, I.OKII I I.' w *.>.n'hl'l1 ,......, .... ,' ..,... ing lo "reports 1I from Hint city. nil or Kloilda, on Monday, 'Ihu.Hi
goodness and mercy triumphant ... \ .. ... I 1 .. dnof Hi.1..11'1.' .' A. li. 11127.at .
'11 "i"\1 .a'.1, $
over the Insane passion and I I I ahoiil II.ICI growing: In 1"I"lltla I -.1,11 I I., llnidloid" fonntv, Klol'ldii, tolaif. .
t .
jealousy of Saul. Herein an act ......... and maiiv ,'Imeiits hau> !'!' 'a NWoin hill of romplaint **%
........... ..... .... 1..9. e\pei 1"1 I hililted: aHaiiiHt, von, In liii: nlmv*

of David's magnanimity brings to 111"1" ,"" ,, iniiMe' hv said complainant',

tho surface Saul's better -nature I : LAWTEYMm. : 5 Kcf/slortc Heights ._ 1"!*<"". \. Hiiiinldlnif, to li'moulond
short -
talk.Mr -
p.iny.: gave u; ,to nulel his I ta.lhallhoM'
and leaves him for tho time repentant. 1,!. i:. llurnr}. Ci>rKi'uiU'lH MU.. llrlrn 0......'... ('.... : John' Ilouser has returneito ,I 11,1. ".-'.ll.l-.l. h.lllli 111. .
'In Tub uvlth Pie Plpa I '('he I HradCoid Conntv ', | ,
............... .O. .. ....................... his homo In Keystone( Helghtx, AI.ohm."I. 7fto| a \\iiklv newspaper .I"I'R.h.II '
David's goodness brightens tho I. from Chicago" whom. liu. has boon -. In bOR. ,i'll\ or Slaiki, *. 1.lhIMh., "Cotinlv" ,

pages of Saul's pursuit ot him. 1\111411 Kdwartln of Tampa l'II1'IIIIIJ.pH'e; near the HlueLiintern \'IsllliiK his son.Mis eoo. 'I'liillda, / IH hel'elix, 11.1.1''MIIl'III..1 an I Ih.
This gives ua a picture of David la In Law ley this week dem- dock at Koystono Height. : :Matthews. of Jacksonville, PAZO ,\\iiuiicr| 'Inhleh 11.1. .. .h.1
l inililNhed' four
at his best. Ills own life In danger oiixtnitliiK Knink'H 'lionnty. products WHS extremely limited Thursdayafternoon. w ho Is suffering, ; with a broken, fool OINTMENT \\>*: .I k- for .n".lIlhu

David refrains from enmity. She Is. Inruted, ut :Mrs. W.K July) 28 due ,to, I lie large1 I IIM the result of a full. Is vlsltltmh KunrnntfMMf tortironnyi'iiMoof \\IIM" I ;..' The llolloralilH' I.V..

Ills courage and complacency reveal Tore(.'... number of people who lro\'<> from r mill 111'1'. :MrsVlgglns' ; of Itchlnn, Illinil, llhifdiinr or I'm.ont I'{' "". ,in.. '.. 'd.i I k of sadl (''" *
I di I I In thoi
i i sun I thereof
qualities of character really :Mrs. David>> :Moore anil. daufrhter. Jacksonville, Cireen C'ove Springs lirtM'ii; Co\e Springs.. : at her summer i 'n\ ,1.i "dll"liiil.e. liradford 'Conntv

noble. Caroline also Inter. Sara Tren- i and surrounding towns to view the home In Keystone Heights. I*.l"i Id."I, 'nils 2Hh!' day of July, .\. II.

liolin. have returned frnm a vlnltoto exciting motor boat rnccs vhlehiIncliidei \ Th,. :Misses I 1',11111: Hayes and \ i : I"\s

Ablslinl Unmoved: relative In Jacksonville.S : ) ) both four and, eight !horsepower Si'iilo Knsmlnuer: ; of Jacksonville, .' il. W.' ALDKIIM circuit: VM.i'leik .
Ablshal hero represents. the <'liool will opi'll, In l Law ley Monday I: boats. wore guests of Mr' nnd !Mrs.V.. I'd 'tin', 1,101. "K Mi' II' .. Shll'I'' t.ut'l.I"
'I'liK' ""Hi Ih., al 'III.' ,i.-mil.n' 1.1.., .
\V"e "
normal spirit of man. He was morning.; are exporting alnrBB Doll Hamilton In hN :My-T-IIlu T. \Vulker anil, two sons over Sun- Mii.linu' ir III.-, "t I'.I""H InSi ", I.

moved with no larger considerations .. iitleiKl.iiu-o und feel. Hiiro we came In nliend In two of the three ,d.iv, .pti. .,nili,.,r, l' 1..1.1. '" Tn llaluiMNi'i.' I."-.I.I.'H,' for, Complainant.

will hnvu a proHH'i'oiin| HC ..wnll..m.11I8H races held. for I the higher. poweredboats. ; U*. H. Ogdcn and, the. :Misses 1.1.,ilda" MI.. I he iiiidi-rnlKninl will .r-t.2 .
of magnanimity. Ho urged I'enrle irlllls xviin shopping! I Helen un.1rll.ta Ogden ",.,,1. apiilli. ill"Ion IIM,* a i.ondil' lotnilpardon
L. P. Allen in O..n! IHnniond spent
the for, I crime, ,
David to let him kill Saul In II. of lili'iiklntrtin Mil M IIlii
In Starke lant VedueHtlay.K. winning the other. Kd:, Hetwller Tuesday In Jacksonville.Forty *) I'lili'ilow, 1 \llh InlHiit to "I'oniinlta

moment of opportunity boasting K.: Hurney. 1)>>. \\'. :Moore.Liiwreiice In :No" :Name" made first |>)lueIn <> members. of tho Soul: hern. rpl..I vlilch we W"I'O conxlel-' "I'niMt. Tu'ontv-xltlh .In-'
that he could slay the sleeper DinkliiM Kd.:, Durhiti>> amiMi all three of the races for (our1 1 Drug Company ', of Jacksonville' i d ,' l ( i in nf "Cln nil '.. '011'1.' .I ill, lul"II."I 1, 111. """I.I'.1, Coniily

with one stroke ot his spear. *. Lewis were visitor" to JuckHoniille horse boats. ami I their r..II1I1Io."I'U. guests ata II.lr",1.1 C.innlv.fin 1"1"1'1.1.. Illl'll, and' Stall" .of 1.1. ..II.n..I.y.
power i, two \ nri*
I M I Ininan and, 1 ,If \ omlitI
w *
David though a man ot( spirit l.int TueHday, iilKht.Mrs. Trouble, operated by .1. S.Shands. / special. chicken dinner at Keystono ( Ill 1":1' KKI.I.V.: 'I I .. Ininali. "Complainant' ..
:was moved by finer feelings and : (II.\\ Urown., who has overturned at the start of Inn on Sunday July :a i I. I 1\ I' I'ltl ISIIV, H.

higher moods. There was in him linen vlnltliiK her ilaiiKhter, !Mrs. the Ilrst "rnco for eight horso power Among those) who were presentwt'ie. '-;-:llSl'iI .li'hn \,IncI'M, liner,

too something playful for ho .1. T Moorr, returned to her homo boats nnd Charllo Wiggins. In I Ia :Mr. and :Mrs. lieu Polak. D.M. I MIHI, : TO ..'...I..U.,1) It 1"1"1,1"1.I iippt.niiiK, hy ailhlavlt' appended

found a certain: boyish satisfaction In Tiimpa Friday.Mrs. boat, owned bv: Maceo I II licks, npst't : :NoiTls" :Mrs. IInrlngton llerMPIKI I III.:Ill IIIIIS 11 : .the: ,Illll, : Illell: I III: \lint. Illiovo-Mtlll-I

I'. Y. : and, two chlldrLMi I .1. ,.that' l thadirenilanl
Mnyo r
i iiinie
and third Tho tireenl; .I..hl WI".I'<
in stealing away Saul's spear on the lap --- -- -- -- N h.-li-l.v tclM-n Illllt nil
the cruso ot water that bad been this day : behold I havo played left for Tanipu l-'rlil.iy, whereIliev Diamond, was dlsqnalllled for fall- n: in.' \ ITIICIIOroil. ( ',:'II.:7.:: '. ,: I tlHli'llintt'uM: nnd: .nt, ,of "i "he'' ( 1111..r 1'I.rloln.. I ,a nuntcHldi and-.1h.

gt his head. tlio tool and have erred exceed will r nldo.Mr. lire lo "round 1 01111 of tho buoys and i\\ i>' 'I'U01'1:11. : .i"i TI.I7T7 > nil ha\lnir, claloiH nKalni i .. l i lenldeni .of Cation 111
: Knoi-li, (irlllls was n vlsitnl'I.n <>l* Till, : ..I".U\1. estate' of .II'MNO Thomas, .1.| CIUIIK- NIK'('I. I" till "I'lly of Mount Mil ,
did also to Ing Iy. :M.\-T-Mln < nnie In llrHt. In spiteof ..' I'd, af'" iH'leliv'' MiiimiMil lo iirflfinntlhclr
he this
I. \V\ N 111' 117
:: : : In 'tip- In
.> :;; ; : ov rthe
It was a flash of Saul's better JnckHnnvlIlu, last ml.iy. a broken steering "..a which ilalins to tho Itonornhin Uto.A I..t .Iyl..I'IIII.1 .
to the ( of I It ,lrtihiiifrtio
his magnanimity HMC yi ni'Hi" :
'reveal EL-It but it was not to endure.Uvcntually I, :Mr., mid :Mrs. Jack Ililciis; and iniwd, him to run out of .1111'.01! VoileIs. llcl.'l.v KlMIl Illllt TT'owcll -. O .. i.Midlner, ,' Ciiiiiuy JndKo, of 11'1.1. I .,., "\\'IY'IIO" Hald .a.reHld -
'man whoso llto lay In his hands. finil count \ I'MorlilA, for his
hoMci r lax null N".
> alo
two I'liildren of .InekHoiivillu wereIn < ( i ( nl di'fenilani. It" and l I. hcrobvieiilled
that here ),; his bitter passion and I ,during. tho second 1.0' Allen ,came III. IKMII.'" .1 I Mli ilny or .Inly AD. pioxnl. within (inn.. vcai* from dittouKiir. '
lIe havo thought to tho bill ofiiimplalnl
may appeal'
LnwteyVednemlay. In second to My-T-lIln In n IlirlllIng : I l'i.'",. h.i" Olid MI Id' 'i'l 1111I..11.. In ', or this nullio will ho livid, Inliar : : |: :
jell louRY wcro to trlu111ph.DnvlI's I Illed In CHIIHI* utt iriierm'e
\6.a a chance to turn from himself The frloiuN of Mm.\ :M.vry'Todil. llnieof" and litdnbtvd ,. I .i
i many finish and In tho third riicohe uml. hn11I,10' nfl.lh| | nll loll Toi, "I ..I'.n. Monday, t ho : day" of Hep-
and from Saul tho evils: ot action camo at a limo of .Hie aettlersI tax d.'ftl ,to I isHiiu I ihfirnoa" In nehuicc < to said! In .
one pioneer managed 1 to keep the load i .... : pay their mild: :doitn: forthwith: \: : toi li ,,1"1', AH. 112. "''h'wis., Iho ulRIII -
when not to finer wlili law. Hiild i-crl Illcatoi.iiil'i ,
men wcro given '
and hate. will bo itlml to know \ | 'h.IIM in' hill I will lie taken
jealousy Liiwtey making niidi'i'slKiii'd' '' a.lialnlHlriLliir.This : : : :
considerations of Ablxhnl I I throughout.; My-T-Hlu secolid 1 11 > tin. r.illii\\lnu. ..h"'lh..1pl'np..rly IIM i onfcHHcd, hy KIL|(| defendant.li .
mercy. | the
slio Is trctlliiK alone; nicely place.Knlrlos. ulluntpd In Miadfoi'dI I 21th d.iy of Juno. A' l> 11)87. IM fin'"ther ordt'i'ttd' 1 I that I thl. ordi .
Saul Repents rather than David is typical of I i hospital. nt JurkMiiivllK*. where Bhe '' ..Hlt\, l'I"'I.ln.wi', / A. J. TIHIMAH, ,lie pnidlKhed' tun.e a wnok for
I I In I the eight-horse pow1er i S'< of H'j of \V'I iif HXV'i., Boci ",AdinlnlHtiaior of tho uMtuteof .. ,. ,,
At tha time David's greatness tile ago. Here shown the moral has been ronflneil for Homo time.Mrs. .1 i rmii i I.IIKI nl,i nocks In thu JirndHid -
,i I. TII', 7, H. n i"j !>:.. 111 'res.Till' JISH" '
IK 'l'h.II'"M. ,
elans! wore : Italic Vietnam) OriTiido. 'lw"1pd. ( ( Viini" v 'I''h'1"1'"''
Saul's children nfIliildwln. \
results. and of the Old mid two ,
'of eoul brought spiritual quality Mover
> I IIKHCHMIIl'llI' '" of Hllld l"ro| 'l'l J.nnilcr 'tl-21-Dl-S-lll. linlillfhi-d, Mild ( '"nnly' and .
try Is full of pathetic repentance: Testament ; In this: narrative havu liet-n vlHltlng !Mrs.l'reil I In llav-A-Tnrapn II. ; I.. D :: *<:ald I : II" ,' lK-ii, .>d' WIIM: IIt I ____ _._ I .Inls, "Uh! 'I'U7S tln'N.'J'hl.

" I have sinned : burns tho rich Idealism that has :Mooro.Mr. AIR {'01 on. In :Me-2 ; L. .P Alton. ,ti. ... "jV"Then" said Saul I 1 I inl.-M) wild .-,'IIII"llt" Hlinllbi, > oi M i'I: '\.I"ll.\N.
Co In Oreoii Diamond : ..1.K. i ) .
return my son David ; for I will pointed tho way to higher nnd and :Mrs." Jim iodwln anil, nu. l di '''','.1 IK."i niilliiK, ; ,tn, 'it.. w, lax It'iMl ;- ; fC" A. KN'HIIIT.'
. 101)11111) <1... Jacksonville. In Troublo ,1 N'ollie' li KIMII, Unit l ly \h'' "" ofthat
huvi> licen visiting IHSIIO tlicK'i.n,
iiii'lund., will on 'Hi llth!! Unjel Olai'lf
thca harm because better in Ufa for Iho uoula ot l >i.iuty
do way : ,
more ( 11.,1.
l.umbo..1C' exeititlon
ty { ii IrcMicd on.Inly
mother !\I I'. II. lU-ddlsIi., owned bv I lie Shands ) \ >"mnl.'. .V 1 > t'137! ,
her 1'14. JHih, 1 t'U7!' uv.. ,
my Iit9 was precious In thine eyes men. Koslortown. ". ; I'. A. Pound (J iiiln<'HVlIli.>. Inllaby i f! .\V;' .\r.l! >KIIMAN.: hy \,11"1 I KNII'I'NI I I INII'I"' mt..1. ...
'. I ::111'". :Mary Ueddisli. of 1 i'l 1..,il I. of <'1n nil, Ciniii. liriiirur, ._ riutor : :M.ictMi I 'Micks \Viildo. lFlorida" on I hut certain .
-- -- sjient Monday, with l1l'rllIlIlIhtl'l' ( 'unlit 1 y, Floi Ida.llj ,' JllilKiiiin -
-- ------
en\ UM.I i vii sr I ins: : TO! < nau: : KOI: .1.ICKSONCL.XIMM ; !Mrs.' It. K. Tliodo. In Llndhoriih" Special : CharlieVV'iggliiH. I T-'JO-tt-s-SH A KNIlJMT, 1 of .'Hiitank complainant., of' Htnrke KM. I *. .. I'rc-oor.polalloa. \\ I'.II'H: H \111]
l "i'lurk.
.. I ; IIY I ITIIThe : 1 !Mr, St>lts liann.ill ri'turned ; in nil unnamed lioul' boInnglng ,,, iiuiy| salt ami ..1.V.. illlHxmi, d.r> inlaiitx, .
I .I.OIUI\ ---- : ;
\ :: : N'oihe' I IM )h. I.\ u-Ken that
to :M.iceo Ifluklob i.M.lined
In Miami last week.i.Mio. ; \IIMII-I 'it. I'iBil. I have uldo1
to his I home I:, '" lie 11 U.. \ "" 1 Ie' \ II), I.'nl(' l and 1 will ,, and. liv viiine( of 'that I'eiiain' I
I iiion oiTi/r for
1 In :\I -T. | "
I (Ciilm-hvllle.;
Hamilton. .. 11.,1..1 "I.
i Uolinnimn mid Illllo duiighter \ 1 >1" 111:11: ..In, follow 'InK laiiflx In llradfold, fie*"iro of foiIM loHtirn nni'lu and re"-
i n.1 .. 'Hiit t Florida. fruit body of Fred Hoe Jackson I I 11I..1t1l"1.ltp.. will visit with her parents. IIlu. I I 777 to''" 1111 ..' : 1:11I.: i I > ''innly, l'loi,'Idn, '' ..-wll NW'',, (li. M.d 1 on .Illy 27 .\ I t'127 lvllonolalil

emu I i \\ 11. iinjn-.ll' >' li.indlcappi In. well known resident of I'ann :Mr." iiml !Slrx A. :M. lllani Kntrles': In four-horse pnwer 1.\\\ n. '1>117 '\> li.HM 1 mil' In SW ..'.' .I' Ji.lli '.Hull: *, hi I Clrinll 1 AilKliiIndue. ';,,',';t 1 In:;1,i: ii::
,d I h-i, ,iljiiiniK their Irult and 1 um Park who died, at his home I i reof, In HIM'. 2, Twp. 7 H, Itnniri" i
in > i .
(luiril.! 8ev"l'ul"k" longer. class wenKd. : : 1 Dolwllcr.Vlnier" .II. Ih.." hv ,..1, .. Ihlll I.V S- I-:, .lor the .. fin' Illadriiiil ,I'oniilv, ,In Dial
ill i K! Mi, i.des, were unjust and 1 CHIli00,1 I I street early Sunday I I'arl Sapp of. !Starke, was visit- Mark. In No-Namo:" ; II. D. Tinby, I"",'" h..I.I..,' "r Inx ....'.tllI..nl.. N.., "" ',"I..n.pin 10 PUSH Iho hlHhl'Hl of HailxrytiiKHlllll Illildel,' iiitaln, inn i. \\hficin" 1"1"1'11.. A. MorKIIII -

untici I ,iiimpaied. with those ofh tltUl'IIIIIIIrler a brief Illness will I Ing 111 !l.iiwtev Sunday afternoon.Mrs (lalnosvllle. In Luello .\ IIn. owned 171 1"811el1 Olh .Iny "r .1"lv. .\. I.I I.. ,lot,. ia.>*h on Mondav, "I.I"lh.i 5lh : Ix :I'liniplalnant' I : ami II J. MnvlH:

,' "imp' "Him''''. California. were bo shipped for burial at Ualford, this 11I01'11lUll : .1. II Ciirrodlne mid (daughter. i j 110).1.l II. Slringfellow' ; S. K. n"'JwI'.1' ,I,!''!I. ... hn,",,1 111.,1 I", II..lr.nhl ..r.III..nl"nl'I'II'nllo"III "r"', In l'i7.I! :; front dnilnir, 1 of :the Iho I : 1 ICKII Himth', I :dooi. : ",of Hall'theimiilhonsi ::;, .l.uclle" ..I... I.T'. .1 I inx I.ull.IB. ..I... F 1"1",1.Klcklller I'I: 1..1., wldItei ...

liur'i; ,d I at I'loinli railroads l here :Mrs Julian Helll"I.rur'I'I'e' fire n Cove Springs, In :Miss ((IrecnCove tu" ct.1 to 1..0110 IIIt'r.."" I.. n.',. In '. llradfol'd t II'J"1" i and ,\ ."" .1. Inl'I. ."
l h J. (Curtis Hohlnson secrelaryinumigoi Funeral services were conducted I .. .JII''" '' wllh Illw nhlnI"'Il"'M ...." ".',,,. ,. 11111, .. ," I'h. "' "pelal -
> shopping: In ksonvllle' Monday.Mrs. Springs, owned. by A. II.! I" Ih.. r..lI"wl",.. ...,. ....i 'ount'> Floi IdaW. ,,
/ : < inaHler' will Hell foi i atih to I Ihn
(il the (irouers;" iind Ship- yesterday afternoon) at :.1 o'- (;Jooilfollow Is visiting. .kNonvlllo. .1. lOri'HUHll.N.:" "
.Mm Shands, of .la< i 1'1'1)' "" ,....1.,1 In IIrll.lf"r. ,' ( ''"11' SherllT, Iliadlold FloridaKM'IIIT lilKhest' and 'IK-HI hldder, In front. of
periLCUI.III. f 1"10..101.(1)1'1'01'1'. the dock from the late residence, theItev. 1111 Lakeland, this week.Mr. ] l\ rl'ITMIII.' '''-wll i'utility 1 the courthoiiH, door in' Htaike." Hiad-" .
final winners In the Ilrst 1 Ai I KNMHTrMlolnej :: : : :
Winter lluven chamber 01'com.- Roy L. lirown. state evango'llst I The W IS A "roIW'/ or =XK'i, Her2ll. for ford ;County. Floi I: ; i hli;, :. i Monday; :: Ihn;
of the Christian church offli : Reginald II. Ax tell and :Miss class were: :My-T-IIlu. llrst ; (:Jroen '1'1' ". H P. 22 13: 12 H.'I''S, S5f.t3! / I'I..IIIIN. Fifth' day of Mi plemhur, A. I I'. li.7!
inerci I l.ols K.: 1'ooser ot JIIC'k"OIlVllie. Diamond, second ; llaby Cintor; | J. : r I (InlliiK, I the leual honrn" of Hale, fur
r" I'; r : .r" \
: \
Robinson i barges, that California .luting' married Sutnrdity afternoon. II I .I. \ 'the 'pnipoKe of HntlHfvInK HIIII iriniil
Those of the second class ] .
of were third. "," ''''IIfI'' ..r w. I" 1"1111,., I".I In...' ..,>. 'Iho deBillhiid, I.en I
shipping. points were all grouped The deceased wns a brother : In the at I.l1wl..y by the Ilrst and LucllnAnn I' r.II.\h,1l'
parsonage were. : No-Name, 1'111. .nlol '//111 ''' ''' .hnll I... =Not' led IM estate.' Ivlnit and lii-lnu' .In Iliadfonlcoo '
heruliv .
Into one origin ;zone; for trnimontlnontal .1. L. Jackson, an employe. of the I IH..v.. J. V. Robinson. of Crucei second.Kurly ...1..1 n."II"1l' I.. hw. ," ( .I ,'.I I and hy1"" "" of Unit Klveli. leituln I lhat 'nndiir hnalilei I "iv, \\.I..u.' I..wl:

' 1 shipping, did not have Times-Union. i Methodist Kplseopul: dill 1'1.' Mr. canon1riico will. 1","" IIw..II ,'.. I h.. 21I! h ct... )I .,ree of fori *'IOMII, i W and onler, ofalf 'Ihu llant the Hontliasl -
Its diverted others surviving him are his In the afternoon n \"KIIMI. ,\ II. 1l27.! and ., (inallel of 'thu MolilluillMtiinaiter ,
for having cars <
to ty ll.molal.le
pay I iind :Mrs. It.V.. Cravew; of JackHonvllle 'W Ai.riKllMAN.Clclk nl.I. 1.1..1 -
and paid 1 the same rate from, any wifo. :Mrs.' :Maggie; ; Jackson, his ; wltnesHed, the ceremony.Mr. was and held) Luke between;City the boys Jncksonvllle ofCninp ,' of Clreiilt fl. I'mirl.! : llrnilfnn' I ;Circuit' : 'Conn/ :\In::" anil. .Indite for llnidfotd:of Iho Honlhwi'Hl t except" i.01 one"ner,III"1'a'In, "-Sec. InIho

point In California to eastern markets mother, :Mrs. Mary Jackson ; fourI'I11ht..r" : Hulgler; of Hawthorne, was I II (mini' >'. Klntldii.iiw d.niily. Floild.i, ,, 'la 'that lettalaIIHIMI tion Twenty.H..MMI ((27), Town-
while'lo..Ila.. from 1.20U to < /: :Marjorle C'lareciu. (le In 1.11I..y; Tuesday.K. I Immoknlee, each! of the long i icanoes r. A. KNIilllT' \vh" ,'In liimlfoid ( '.un'v chip" Hlx III ), Hi.ulli KaiiK'l
held of sixteen Ixiysnnd 1-21.rI..28! ln'imly I'li'ilc.OIKI ((22) IO.IHI.: ,'
1 500 miles nearer I he large consuming neva and Mary; two sons. J. C. :. K. Hurney, Hembf-rt C'arro- I n crew I.auk, a loiporallon, l I. lompliilnanland 'l'w"ly.'I'\I 'II'nlll'.
ai' I IM morti or ICMHH.
renters, was penalized nndV.. C. Jaikson ; four sisters llne. I'ete llurn y and Mr. Lewis although tho Jacksonville lioyn, \ : <>r ti-ri.i<' v"110% rimT her: 1 hUHliand HalHV ,"llanilel.Mam::;; r..llii..rh.. 1 llande, wldouer. : ): 1,1 i J.:. Is M'11 IT,
extracharges lpr won. both crews showed excellent) ,, I II \ \ "1":1): I Mtl.ll: "1';< 'IIe., a Spi.ihil .Mauler
with 32 different. .rates with :Mrs. Ha Stafford, of Sun< oll.I were visitors to Jacksonville this I ; 777 ....' .fill: ..' :' 1:11\1: Ham "-" K 11" I'hoenlx .\. H. : in t'liam-ery.'
; multiplying each diversion i :Mrs. Elizabeth Green. Mrs. Hattle week. I training.; l.\ >4 olIHU7' flllllv I'onipaiiy, a "em' poi al Ion, aiedef 11'\/. .

and with rates. higher than Thomas and :II I'M. I Lola; llersey all I !Mrs. Ci. W. Pierre Is visiting her The Woman'H Club of Croon .*ndanlHh'ieln' I I. J. I I.. KiaxeiiWIIH /"lldl.. l.\.a Coinpialnaiil.MUM
Kpfclal Mi"ler, in
California although!; of this city and two brothers, Sydney Cove Springs enjoyed n special dinner Null, h Is lnrcliKlvcn'' that I IV.. -
those given daughter, !II 1'11. L. II. Mill at Lake ::11./0. holder. of "tax i...!.! Illi.all* :NoIII I: haiMfry that 1 hnvi* levlod iitnnall
the distances. were less and, A. L. Jackson; both of Klngsley.Davenport.. I at Keystone Inn Thursday, evening Ixxiiid lllh cltiv of .'"Iv. AH.I'l of IhoK. ""I tain I. I liindx (lend, I lied: i :
'in MIIId Una I. d.-ii .
Florida's present freight rale Jacksonville.Mr. :, July 28. A piano was moved f.. IIIIM tlli'il ...ulilLI 1 inciin. In inV .' of r.rm.I..M''. TO 'rI': pi 'HI.ir.
.IH |
I Work Btarted the anil at oltlii' 'ami has tiiinl''> fipplli, atlon for r..I"l K Otll* Of lilock 3 in.lli. lhat .
onconstruction into dining e at tha
does not give the state : Jackson came to Jacksonville ; room I addlllon' to l he Town of 1'K"ln.
structure; IIIX 'I.l ',' l to 'iNFIll* thl'll. Ill .
< !"! :
UP'rnrilan : : I : : int'ftlnK of tu Hoard of ,' .
of hull here. the of musical F.M. Slaikt* l, > "
the benefit of Itt geographic location about four years ago. He new city I close a program. ,* i* wllli law. Hald tTllllfiiri'ctnlirai'i'S Hame lmf. nt. tin. MonlheitHti'orini' C1'1'7., !' In '
IlutlerChrtstlnn ; Foil. :Myers -- Illdi requested Wulrutn. general salesman' for I th< follnwhiK strllmd: of l he Inti rhi-i' lion of .Ninth' 1'"II"h."o,
am,* on the contrary. It penalled was a member of the Lake I 5 and 1 Walnut, ulreetN In the ii.; 'I.rhil. 'the nndernlKned' will
Florld.1; In other respects.Itoblnson ." church. Jacksonville for paving various city streets. the Lawrence Development ('om- 1"'I..ty| sllllatid' In Itiudfnrd" Ciiuti':1' NWI' of H""II.o 21. Tup. II S.. It. \ ", .." for a cooilil. /lonal ",...k''
J 'ly Klorlda tilwit't.ols ; : fur ,the ,il
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dedared.Leesburg. .. Times-Union Aug. \gt- !>. H of Illk 12 111.1 M. J..h"R.1 I 2. KiiHl. Hliuatxl' 1".1 In Itru.l.r"1 u uh to coioinli | entorIIIK -
-- - _._--. i Add. In "'I"'k., 'In Kill; of WI", Hi'C, i'onnl( y, Florldn, nl.1 will on Hhhli I h''II was iiinvlileil, r..I..ny rail of

Unit received for Bunnell.-Conlral'l let for 2*. TI|>. II. H II S3 KThi :. ;\..'It.': "rN.II! : h..:day I,: the:: leital Mcptcmher;! IIOIIIH:::: : .f ciriilt Court of liradford County torni

construction of $ 300.0 00 new $ luu,0 IHMU HHld I..I!.iiropnriynnilfr .wan: Inlh I.' f HIllH, III flollt" Of Illll t'OUlt, 'llOIIHO :FlorHn.:: ;: PI2H.!' mid, Ki.nt.-iu.-ed for twii;

Hunnell.How's door, ,In Hlarke, offer,
In <- mum* of M Himrkitmn.t'tllfss 'I"rl.I. the .
schoolhonse. hP' I Name for mile' .. .ald landH .. HTII:1.AII.: :
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will IHHII*. lh.ri'on on HM* 3itli; flay
This for a Hereford? of AUKllxt A""It. 1937II. j Mill. ) II

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him tiled, Maid ic',rtlHeati* In my'iltk ,I.. ,.li, 2 H r 6 7 'trl..2 6Aniiik 2 "' (1' Ml"Mr' -.._________ .__ 7. ,
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tnx ilAnil to ISHIIO thtf-r on In ncr.riliin. I t ft. lot 7 6 N 1. Jim.".'
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U. W. ALDRHMA.N: I I 10 35 C. L PMk _u__ ____ :2 17
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H-pr.mt>fr, 1927 In TulliihaRM****, ..1 2' 23 J.
Florida, tha iin>l..r licn,>il will maken C'on .at HB of T.frjr S.1
|>pll,>Hl"lfn for a pardon for thcrlin ; to
of murder In th. MACOIH! (.Ittrfft I- W Itn.of II'or\V'r3rfa r.*
Tha home or John Bull produces tome pretty good specimen*, to While President and Mrs. Coolidge attended a farmers' picnic at I to which th appllrant plpnrlKHitiV In n'l. t aldnt.
Judge by this picture. Tlie animal shown above U Pershora Smiles, nt lh Hprlrjr, T<*rm of <*onrtff land 2U ft. of.
Ardmore. S. O., tbey vlalled the government experiment station and ,
Mradfnril County. Florida.I In 1917 N 471 W
winner ot first prize among Hereford* at recent (bow held by tha looked at }be corn and oat fields. O. n. Matthews. supcrlaUndeal\ i iof ,I anil waw M nt0nr..il to Ufa IrnprlHon3tl ; : 3 f.r.hM".1 ft. H a',; ft.

Royal Agricultural Society at Newport, England. m..nl. to b v. 4 In
tha la shown .
station the the
explaining tests to president.
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Fiiintr, .irorsr !B.jiiilng 1921'
nn.4nFOnD "OtJNTV TRE nn\l'lI. T.\nK., FIOnlnjjol

jjol F room and after walking allover come the parent of several million

. \'I f I your food, and smearing thillh files during one season. What we
County TelegraphESTABLISHED \ off his body on what you are need to do l Is to clean up all yards,
Bradford I the filth and burning it.
decide whichhe by raking
----- ------- lo eat he will finally
All stables and back lots should be
thinks is best and "take" dinner
IX 1879 with you. This animal Is none cleaned and the manure spread on

I -,- .. ,. .. other than the dangerous house the land. Hones or scraps from
the table should be burned. The
and Entered as Second Class \ ,r" fly. "If there Is filth
Fridays watchword Is, no
Weekly on destroy
fl I Published ... What we need to do Is to
at Starke Florida .,LAKE haunts.V for them to grow In the files can-
Matter at the Post .. :' his bleeding
"'u' '' ,' 1 1 not spread disease\ germs, BO clean
aU, around our placeand
> have cleaned
and Publisher up
I __________..Owner II p.
K. S. Matthews___..__.._ HO have some of tho neighbors

I 1 I J. C. Robinson.( ___________________------Managing Editor I Ii ( _, sKfN1'IA cvou ) ,to but do uutll so I the we control convince Is not everyone goIng .. .. . .

f effective
to be
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE i TN E -r The house fly lays ]her eggs I In
manure piles and dampened filth t4i'
i Church ServicesII.11'TIST
Months 75c-Payable in Advance tint may accumulate" around the .
j Yearly, $1.50; Six i sv1 ? 1 door yards. Our home demonstration .

Advertising Rates on Application agent was out here the other : r day and gave us a line up on the
I of n bathing /i Gt whole life of a fly. She said "The ciiritcii
with the picture
not satisfied i eggs hatch III a few hours after
j \papers, i iI in P. Raymond, Pastor)
Some decorating every other page laying Into a maggot: which grows; ((0.
beauty on the front page, arc 'runt about one-sixteenth of on Regular services each Sunday.
qS2 It then turns Sunday school at 10 a.in. and
I a\. GR / Inch In eight days.
I a like manner / Into tho pupa or arrested stages preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
.. u Sunday and found the city j I with a yellowish white, leathery; t'ntll further notice the U. Y.
last It'nions will not hold services.
Passed through, atlil1"ley covering and may be found particularly
Practically the entire population was out under. dampened areas of Kogular, prayer meeting Wednesday -

i almost de>lerld. "at" but "in." i I Io manure covered plunk or cement evenings.
Lake--Time!l-Union. Not floors of yards and .stables. After i Rev. Joseph Thrift a returned
: ", I will preach at both
about live days in thin state I
i class! when some guy I adult fly breaks the skin-like shell morning and evening services next
tan cull itself in the i in'' and crawls out to propagate its Sunday.
town not
A i'\hop.Ti\l1cl'I-Union.\ Wrong ; they are kind and Indd(>Jll1)' to spread as Pastor Raymond is spending the
starts wallle much filth und disease as possible Sundav':: preaching In the South
class\ until they write shop "shoppe. ." Side Ilaptlut church Lakeland.ST. .
I the city j
+ o. It Is a fact that one fly eau bePN .
to be a congressman::!::! when j jI MARK'S CHURCHhPISCOlMIj
he was
I said '
r A Starke buy traffic whenever he chose by; /
could block
he grew up *o he middle of the street to talk. [ POINTERS Celebration of Holy Communion

I II stopping\ \, his tar in the first Sunday of the month at 9 a.m.
o I No service on last Sunday of the

I knocks\ Wayne L. Wheeler loose : Ono way to convince yourself month
If the Anli- allll\l\ work. If there was that It's a mechanical[ ago Is togo other Sundays.
will have to go to Morning Prayer 9 a.m.
he to movie show
ticket a
from hjs meal reformers to work, the country Church school Miss Malpaa, superintendent -

u law compelling professional State News, Charlie Rlrger, southern Illinois 10 a.m.
the pests.-Tallahassee Litany, Friday at 5 p.m.
would soon be rid of gang; leader when, sentencedto Russell S. Carleton. Rector.
I 01 hang: said he didn't mind about
diadvantages.Vhile i a himself but It was the wire, sister :siK'i: 'iioni-i'r ('HCltCHI'
their : !
:Modern! I inventions have : light R() I II and children that ho cared
Dempsey-Sharkey I
family were listening to the II about. Love and a sense of duty ( M. Rooks, Pastor)
Miami ransacked their home.-Times-Union.::! I do come over people suddenly: Sunday vchnol Sunday morningat

over the radio a burglar scrap a sometimes. 10 o'clock L. A. Davis, Supt.
to the same
listening in at 11 a.m. and
judge was I Worship Sunday
While the county and carried off his best fryers. themselves Women and children more often the victims!' than durable Is made by slaking care- A Memphis man has served on 8 I p.m. The subject for the morning -
fox invaded hen house fully 20 pounds of burnt lime by I a Jury every year since 1308. We will\ be "Love's Longing; ," and '
w I the men who cause the accidents.A adding 6 gallons of water in small wonder If lie ever lost a case. that for the evening will be "The

studying the possibilities i- severe law is needed to curb such a condition. No man portions. In a wooden vessel dle-\\ Romance of faith."
t Air Line railway officials are solve 1 pound zinc sulphate After the age of 65, about The sacrament of Our Lord's
Seaboard Before while has business behind the wheel of
scale. drinking steering
in Florida on an extensive any gallon of water. When dissolved, seven times as many men as Supper will bo administered at the
:: of onion growing they will probably an automobile, but only drastic measures and full enforce- add 1 gallon of sklmmllk. Make women commit suicide, accordingto close! of the morning service next
officials rnder their report up enough for only one day's ap- of first Sundayas
Instead the
Seaboard's I insurance statistics. Just a lit Sunday
he ment of them teach the lesson.
agricultural industry can properly plication, and keep the mixture custom, this being
great for this tle fact or two to cheer you up, has been our
find possibilities section.TimesUnion. .- stirred while It In being applied. a temporary change"
other boys.
Florida can grow just as tine onions as any :MXKINOVIUTIU.SIHH: casein Holutlon.] Allow the mix- Apply with brush.. I InrtlU'M f The pastor will preach next

Til.IT \V1M "HT.IV PUT" ture to dlnsolre. Prepare a thick Dog days, from July to Labor Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock
cream by mixing 50 pounds (one \\ :MOST D.1NGIItOUS.IN111.11.:11'PI.11tSIN: I n t Emanuel l. Instead of the first
valuable] that
Whitewash has Day. called because
0-- many sack, ) hydrated lime In 7 gallons : : IIOJIESfly : 1 are so Sunday afternoon. This Is also
to URea around the farm home, fenceschicken 1 the period when the dog star.Elrtas. ,
wanted cre-
of wuter, stirring vigorously. Dissolve change.
the past: Fort White citizens yards. ami barn One of : I rises above the horizon at not" permanent
from :8 of In 3
Echoes pints formaldehyde I1cetlngVedneadllY evening -
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Johnson) Prayer
( Spuds .
Bradford Suwan- serious troubles with It
of the moat the same time as the sun, accordIng
from portions gallons of water. When the lime
8 o'clock.
ate new county of Lamar Telegraph.Bradford In the past has been to get one I and the casein solution lirebulb The most dangerous animal In to astronomers. But a stenographer at; at
in 1880.! -Starke will stark for time. Fol- paste world Is not lion, bear a We appreciate your presence
and Alathua that a long: the a a the other day was perhaps and
Columbia thoroughly cool, slowly add services during the past,
nee, it created lowing two mixtures that are boa constrictor, a rattle snake a I our
was are
trimmed since more accurate when sho told
been whittled and the casein solution to the lime 1 we shall rejoice to have you on
has good stickers I panther or any of the wild animals
and it has shown sUrl'lnconslantly and vigorously. us the time moans "wliea every all future occasions.
until! now nothing I is left but the best part, I A good mixture durable white, Cure' mum ho taken not to add that live In the forests or jungles, body dogs it.. I
did in the Goyears ; but It I Is animal that
the last live years than it and easily prepared I I..* recommended the formaldehyde. too rapidly, as an comes I
j more progress during by the National Lime Assoclatlun. the right In the front door of some
carelessness may cause I casein -
before. It Is made as follows: to "Jell out" and spoil 1 tho batch. people's homes and walks around We Q
,f ::! o Soak C pounds of casein In about In place of the hydrated lime a over some people's food nnd kisses can charge your HRS
babies with his nasty YES
is think- 2 gallons: of warm or hot water cold paste. from the slaking of 38 some peoples

t'' it is: !said that Senator Philips the, of Honorable Lake City Lex, Green. until thoroughly softened (about pounds This of mixture burnt limo may may be bo either used. lips After almost upending every day.the morning exploring STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's U .

running for congress against two hours). Dissolve 3 the most filthy places In
ing of well but few sprayed or applied with a brush. although
the political, game pretty pounds of trlsodlum phosphate In the community he will come- -
Senator Bill knows Herald. Senator 1 gallon of water and add to the A simpler mixture but not so uninvited-right Into your ,

believe that Given i is any slouch at it.-l'erl'y -- I I Starketmi
1'' his mind. First he was gun- Garage
unable to make up
Philip "seems I
I ning for the eomptrollership\ next for treasurer. t
Casts Its Shadow :
congress?_Suwnnnee Democrat. Fall Headgear

1 in null* <
out for Fons::! Hathawayfor

The Jacksonville .Journal comes him to make the \race. The SILK AND VELVET DISPUTE FELT'S CLAIM FOR SUPUKMACY-

the governorship that a candidate and urges for his otlice should possessfour ) : FABRIC HVTS Mom- SIMPLE: THIS YEAR Plus or t

Journal says .
executive .tr __
reusable' "..nlifi"Htions-holll'l'Ity, proven I I
indis t '1.---- II
3 understanding of I

,, capacity, independence, and a sympathetic Hathaway we 11Y IIAKKIET | I. !
confronting the state, and "in Fons Service Plus?
)problems\ find these four qualifications in splendid mea- AIII.I.1SKHY' for the full ant

k are happyto winter Is miking a desperntcotfoit '

,ll !sure.: to be different, and breakaway

I o from the dominance of felt.

) addition it will be to all concerned and Green Tho theory seems. to Ins that J

What an for with the 'completion of the while felt li Ideal for sport and ;t
in particular,
Cove :Springs:; St. Augustineand for general. near, there tire times
bridge. we will be but twenty-two miles::! from when n silk or velvet model Is nut r x ILa
within twentysixmiles but, ilecltledly -
our other completed roads puts us only Inure al'lIr"pl'llIIe

miles from Pftlatka, andtwentysix mare biu. '.'
of Jacksonville, twenty-six And ,"llh' velvet paillcnlarly '.-1
will have a very x, ,I .
miles from Starke. Green the cllilloil VrlKhl I transparent ta :
of the thousands nil .before It for i; I?
take care velvet l. cnirylng
responsible job and( we \best plan to iiulnriilly milllnery I I j li1)
and wraps
Times. I>:"WII" ;
who will come this way.-Green Cove \ iiinsl fall In .step.

o--- Pro iinil C.>nTho #

that he does not have time to great uilviinlaiiu, of felt K ttl I..
"The man win i is so busy
the :National Printer tli.il II doesn't, look toe t f I
read his: hom ft'own newspaper says and. tlu main disadvantageNtlli 1 4

Journalist "H like the man who was::! so busy chopping wood.) \ \ velvet Is lh.it It usually does I
axe.Vhl'n a man and women lod.iv! do want
did not have time to sharpen his::! at
that he avoid tin it const. lout effort
neglects to read his home daily he cannot help but becomeblind ilresHSo. .
1 conditions and affairs that must by their the fnbilc lints of this season
to certain I tho lesson from fella .
who hive lealaed i raaxl -
Not only that but a man simple,
It very proximity atTeet and have become more I

does not take time to read his::! home town newspaper, seldom hove made their lines more distinctive lens
R their trlniinlng
takes time to read anything else\ and must become mentallynear ub\lons. Ho they start out In Ibo When you figure the price of a mail order tire

sighted regard\ to the issues alfecting his! county, state, I race I less. handicap.III for rll"hloll'SHeI1lRey, with .14, qh ADD bother, delay, and hand labor of gettingthe

city home and family. three of
tint, i'u led today are
u I the new lints lint fruhrre velv0. tire on your wheel to the delivery cost.
rarllculiirly chic Is lha ,
1IUUNKEX! DRIVERS: 1\I\.llIalin. model from Alex] k
small afternoon 4s
(Bartow Record) the French modiste, made ot Then remember-when you buy a Goodyearbuilt -

Word given\ yesterday that the compulsory jail sentencefor helm black lined ntin with with narrow Milk silk ripple moire Tire from us-you get your exact size

drunken automobile drivers::! will go into effect immediately and a band.. of pink moire, Kllvorilblion
when irant it. Remember
of the reckless drivingin and black stun round tile you : we put it on for
should end to largo part
put a an
most appropriate
crown. It would I be inflate it and Service it.It's
Polk county.In for tho black natln gown you, .

particularly to those who have but would not bo umlss at nil
it severe
a way seems with the smart lalllcur\ worn with this SERVICE ;PLUS Goodyear
eighteenth amendment, that a man never been in favor of the a pink or white chemisette and n \' T

who takes a drink or two of Scotch before starting on a drive fox scarf i( teed quality that enables us'to save you time,
and gets::! picked up for driving under the influence of liquor A study Sufi In Rrceim Turban Is the lur- l .../'- bother, and tire money.

should be in line for a heavy line and at least a month in jail. inn of green velvet very voftly "I t

If an accident happens::! to occur and the officer smells! liquoron made, with\ folded of green bands draped of a 0",/ 1"'f'tI Buy at Home and Save ".VoireySupreme

the breath of the driver the penalty is much more severe. nboul lighter the shade crown and hanging In '. .

Those however, who have been out with their family fora loose fold!. Its exotic, charm calls Till "IriMiplna hail nlHitr* I* of nliiHiiu green velvet, KlUrheil in
regular type of features !! of einlii-oldereil mile., To HIP left IMlow -.
and met a machine obviously for a Mink silk with n nosy yell
in the evening -- -- -
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quiet and Its coloring for a clear youthful I \* a Miuill tln'iwv Hflenxmn hut of Mark "Milin with niirrowrlj'ple
handled by a tearing, drunken fool intent on taking up the complexion, lui,in MiKil l,lit, pink silk umlre. Tin turlmn t" the right/;

whole road and part of the adjoining fields, will as readily There are Kill) women who like. N of 'Iu'l In I"r..I"n". Nluide.

assent that the penalty is not too se'ernot. severe enoughfor evidence lo be picturesque to the contrary In spite of and much forthem I heighten:: rather than conceal the are seen on hats that are distinctly Service StationNO.

the extreme cases. U shown a soft. hat of almond beauty of the eyes. The velvet for afternoon. An effort Isi I
velvet Hitched In scarf matches the chapeau. i, being made to popularize the medium -
The crime of the drunk driver is that he threatens totally black .Ilk green. with a very demure Unquestionably the small hat sized brim as well since It I 2
innocent persons. Speeding wildly along a road the other occupants bow Illuming' the front of the dominates for street, but larger Is often more nattering than the 83

of the public highway have almost no way to protect ] crown, ant) an Intriguing veil to and more romantic looking brims very narrow brim. I" ra rlausr?


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