Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00988
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00988
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\ Live State News \Following I the promise, inacli by I \i\ ", .
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(the Seaboard Air l.iiii' rullwmiy. the ........-.- -. -.
last of Kebruarr In an ntldrexN at I .. .... ..- ...
St. ivtorsbiirg. the labonrd startsAtiKiixt --.. .. -qrJ
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES !:. 9 I thrc'u teams of leiturem I ----r- -
with motion picture unit 111>.. who
willlslt the Mlddlu::: West New to
_.._.._.._._n._..___.._____.._.._._ ._ ._ _. Now York. Pennsyhanla. --' '
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New Jersey and :Maryland x er
Tallahassee.. for -Hearings will\ be ou applications 1 board', and Immediate .action was on an Illuslrated. lecture tour h !I tl
pardons conducted asked.Leesburg.luds.
when the State Pardonboul'd ] to show through graphic; pictures .. ..
\ ''oto and lectures\ what Florida mu tad tho '
meets In Tallahassee Sept I ),
will be received. l southern countrhave to offer andthe ,
annollncementfl'ol11 ,
l.'l.: according to an Tavares. !5 the Lake O ,--
1111 Sept by I Inducements, this. territory i'J7" ,
Bessie fjlljbs Porter, oIe'retal'Y \
county board of commissioners for holds out to t those who desire to > <
of the board a supply. of gasoline and oil for i avail themselves of theunusual '- K } ila
public work during the coming opportunities afforded agricultural :

1I11).toull l llcac.liL.. U. Drewryone year. It Is estimated that I the and other", pursuits.\ ""- ..... ,... .-.. ...: .. -
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of the largest Insurance r'-
operators county uses approximately 30,000 In his addic'ss iI'. 'ailleld MIUKCt "'"' .....N. .......' ,'. ..>.. .. '..... "
lu the country, who lives gallons of gas annually. Inter* ted that I Ihv stub of Floridaappropriate .!- <<, .,",w"t', ;;. :.,..Ii';<,", 'C.s -=- -... -
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hern has. formed u torporatluiitailed eating feature of the contract will "' '''': _'' ._ _
snlllc" 'lent sum ofmoney !" & -
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the-. Halifax Bulb and Flower be a proposal by the county coot :tt."';;" U' --"' "";;"';;;; .. ,
Ilimiii'tIcuturu lours -
to .
Farms fur the of entering that the live cent state ... ,, "," -- -
purpose inlssloneis < ll' -
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the the t'!; ,,. '' '--
throughout "loiinlry by -- .... : wl -
the bulb industry, on a large!: i tax on gasoline shall be voided in Htatc as the most forceful way to I ... .'.. ._ --,; <;<:.., ,h,dR tV...... ." ,. 'Ir.-;; :...:!,rl! +q ehum S
scale on Ills farm adjacent to tbhcity .. view of the fact that practicallyall .... ";J ....! .:. $ j
lii'foiv Iho public' .., "' ,' .;o.-: .r-
Florida\ ;
bring, ; l 31.-: ..
: lie annouiiLeU. the supply will heId, on I L _:.r'i "'.J."c .. _._ ..."" r
of ml'ciinilorstiindiiigs l '
and l dispose{ many
roud work. ._._ .
S bridge and : ret
01. all 011,101110 "sliced"
made Florida.He t. III'' a
rrmpea ling :\mtt; ntrr imp -
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11,1 r ship, 1 L rt,. \I 1lrliram, I '"
'luinpuFuneral arrangementswere s sliartow.What mild the :Sen:'; hoard would cooperate "n'y-trt Italy, 1'hr 1'1. n,' .di0 n h. 'u'" whi II II III niiiilii for Uoiila tlrosenha :' la believed\ by I arch "I IIII' Shmiridrr<\ cup' ro't's, this all In
being without
In this work. Now \\ ill! ''n."' '" -'hmwll 't.nnlwl' .>. ii' Ihr emtk M
<'lit-r. 25, ot Steniper, and financial authorities' here to have awaiting nctlon\ by time state, 1.,1. (0 h' lit 1"11"1 ::1(1,1 11,11 .11' .
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Will JoneH. negro of Tampa. killed" been a record price paid for ai l the Seubonrd has, Innuguriited 'acuiiipalgn --
yesterday" In an explosion of a tank i i county bond Issue was received ; by bringing. directly before II hilt tin opportunities offered b fur ifiiihliiK the, ti'rrlliirv hunt. ,c'llKlbllltv: 1""IIIII''a..nl.) I.a nnili -
of cm'bide Has near Stemper 15 when $60,000 worth of bonds were I the people by sight and, lecture "the South shall be understood.As / wit lrli the nillnutd oper < r ih.<' old, law that governod uppl f
miles ninth of here The men sold for butter than $104. Nearly the Irenic'ticliiiis udvnnttiges I the Seaboard, has. been n I pioneer I i that' are '"Il'", ,clh'd. 1 limits' for I Ihll scholarships then +

were repairing a home lighting a million dollars worth of district the I southern country and 1 Floildnpossess. In Florida and oilier parts t, -- I I1 existing
outfit h'u the explosion occurred, bonds In seven different Issues nil I v shuts his! school career this fall, \ ,the south ill opening up :\\ HI I.IH: : u\ic I "Tlut. lit II 10' board failed, to no-
The cause wan nut leuined. brought!: front !(0( to 99. All and surely he will bif voted I lie bistIrrvtcd Motion and Ktlll ]pictures Lava! "" dues It now become I ho I>h'"," '" :\1 t 1 .\PPI.IC.VIHMany Ilii' Hint provlslnii of the law"
nix cent '''of Iit :Mr. Cautliuii said, "And fear this
issues paid per except one 1 in the cI".... lli. junior- biH'ti arranged In show the proirress the first campaign
I.eellblll'/--\-'Igilrell/ \ released. by for $1UO.OOO for bridges, which man development and prosperity. |I the country, presenting Inconvertlblc iippllcaiions. received by will IIIKUI'I.ollllIllIlIlY. who' have appllicl -
City Clerk HarkneHS dhow receipts paid S 1-2 per cent. 'olk-gi.itc little coat of cumcl'ft t that him followed the development | facts, with llguies!I: ', of HIM innumerable loiinlv boards ot c-diii. 'allnn I for. fur t'Mimlnatlon. Under' acliiular

of the municipal, water, light and 'lomcvpun or tw"cdls cut on smart sttinly of Florida, (icorglu. Alabama, | products 1 of the southern \ "- '" at tin Institutions of runt out by this. olllce It

Ice plants for the tlrst six months Mount Dora.Water, pumped incs, Imaging! tat.,r.llhl> (from the shoulder North and South Carolina and Virginia country ana riorum.Th 1 1I learning which weici au- \\1188111"11 that eligibility require l'

of 1927! to have been $6.339.82greater from deep well will constitute. the ind ending' well abuts the knees Tc 1 :, throughout tliu territory .. development dcpaitment "1"M t 'Ui'd bv I Ihr, lust leglslaliiri, ', 11..111.11111,1. remain time same Iregret a

than for the same period !Mount Dora water supply( In' the .oll.ir m..>' he acorn snugly; closed or non- traversed by the Seaboard. I tilt Soil board. will answer 1III"I< bitod!<1 IICMIIUSU of now eligi I tho em-Tor
1.1 1S26 the current yearn totals future. The city council, voted The three loctnrers ac-co in punyIng I y ic'iiulu-inc'iits. It was au- I The law Hpoclfled. Hint applicants
have been $$78,755 as compared to make provision for additional hul.intlv open and there arc plenty nt / these. teams will state fuels\ II ltd give" nsslsliiucn to hone I 't'/l hv \\. S Cunthoii, stall must |ho graduates of high liooln
with $72.415.64 for the corresponding wells and Increased pumping facilities xw. krhfnnaluabtrptsx'sshms.. Ihcdcbniair and figures as to development of I c'xli'd In what' they see and ,' "" of c'diiciillou.Applicants i I I that wore accredited. at the year

months of last year sufllclent to supply waterto ln-rc'l ol manning lUnnel or suede. this territory. Th! opportunity The execution and ,'(' for I HID '"II\\l>' c'rout Ilit'lr KIinitiation, he mild.Archer !.
S v v s the city needs even In the most tuth complete, tins very' mmfortahle afforded at state and 1 county fairs nites established by the Seaboard I scholiirshl must be graduates \\1' -

Panama Clty.--Wh1e! fishing In extreme emergencies; for a long nd ncniilile costume I for \the. twn-to- will be utilized In this work 11..1111 ( the service !given: by Ibis I'll' II senior high HchooU accri'dlled, Contract let nt $80-
the Pass that leads from St. Andrews period.. \ Mosquito! control has been will be used at other points Invitations nnd Its. limited trains. I the stnlo. board of education, I 559! !> for coiistructlon of 7 railed
bay into the Gulf Wallace carried out through the filling in inhlcar! ilil. raM vd*. of n si inch are Issued. to public officials I the DraiiKe Hlossom Special I Mil''''I'I II"'1111"11 t explnhaod.'I'hls( acute rend !No.: 13: between Archer
Caswell hung u muster shark that of all low places along the shoreof nalin.il mal.es" .the coal in size: six, with members of agricultural high!: grade winter seasonal. 11'11111.IIlId tho only provision differing and, llroiison.r .
gave to him and Ills party all the' the lake with clean white sand he rime. iiiiiimnt fur lining\ The beretcdinres Hocletlea and orange associations Its other trains afford fill'II ,

thrills that( come to fishermen. The I pumped from the lake bottoms by ,unlv a. vd of f ,;.inch fabric.Cupynslti .------- -
hook was made secure, about 10 hydraulic dredges.!: .
o'clock in the morning and for IUJ7, by B"/I,,,.:.)

, hours hey battled to master the St. Augustine--J. Walter Day
j. monster of the sea of Chicago, Is In correspondence Hlllsboroiigh river immediately
with the St. Augustine. Chamber above the power dam of the Tam
, Luke Ity.-The first short cotton of Commerce"' preparatory to Im \
.; of the season was. brought to I'ovhll"ome; 2.000 acres. of Hastings pa Electric Company seven ,
the city by J. S. Nims. five miles farm land. It Is. Mr. ))lIy'lI north of Tampa. W. W. White, ,

west of Lake City. It was. sold to Intention according to the chamber assistant state game; and fish commissioner

(L A. flute a cotton buyer for six of commerce to cut up his Hctlng under lust. ructions
'I cents a pound in the seed, Mr. tract Into 40-acre farms, and Improve ,
of J. II. Hoynll state commissioner
Nibs has out four acre. in shortcotton them partially t then selling
arrived here from Tallahassee
which It Is estimated will them to formers who are financially
to conduct a thorough investigation. -
make about live hundred' poundsto able to take over the property '
Mr. White said 1 a a' III
the acre Improve It thoroughly and settle In chemical of of the
.. Johns analysis some
Tallahassee average': of almost county. dead( fish would be made to determine ",
If they were poisoned( or If
$1.000.010\ a month was (11'8rWltel'Three Tampa men
the holesulo destruction was due
colluded 1 on motor vehicle license and Clearwater attorney were
to other
tags for the Jlrnt nix months barged this. ufternon with assault Home cause.

of 1! 27 according to a report from I and battery; In connection with an S I .

: the motor vehicle department of : alleged; beating administered,! Monday Tampa.Thousands( upon I thousands -
the comptrollers office The reportcompiled night to Theodore Roberts of literally 1U"'lII--of dyad o ml
by U A. Cray( assistant Clearwuter. Roberts. charged In itch suld to have been killed\ by
(comptroller reveals a total of warrants issued that Hiram Me- tannlc acid poisoning In the waters
40H.131! : tags/ sold which brought Klroy; Sr., his. son. Ch8rl.Il'. were banked last night!' against. the
a total revenue of $5.5111.849.94.! Klroy: cud John Wise, of Tampa' Tampa Kle< rlc Company's power
v and, John C. IJuviint) a lawyer of dam on the Hlllsboruugh\ river 7
Washington: .- -KxtiibHuhtuent. ota ( Iell 1'''''a tel'. took him to lonely miles. north of Tampa. Persons. Modern motors
sHi-tlnii base at t.t\ Petersburg. ",.Olllhollt six miles from here and living/( In the vicinity suld that tho
4 to suppress. smuggling of liquor, beat him and warned him to leave I llsh. of all Hpnclea, and sizes up to .
narcotics and aliens. was unnoiinc- the city. Dnvant 1 wits,. arientocl 1j0 pounds\ bad been gathering and
ed by the const guard.; An olT-shore and released on his own I'e'ognlIZIIII"e. dying for several days above the
patrol force of six vessels will operate dam while hundreds perhaps thousands -
out o fthe Imse. Lieut. Com. hud been fleeted by the

J. A. Starr has been ,detached from Live Oak.For\ many days during .poisoning helow the dam. The
command In charge: of the St.> Petersburg the winter of 1925 the name dead fish flouted on the waters .
work. The base Is. expected of U. F. Kndrls: was on the first over an area of two acres. or more, need thisTOUGHER
to be established around 1 page of newspapers( throughout the mingled!: with hyacinths that had
Sept.: 1. world as the driver of a dog team linen swept In by recent heavy
from Seattle to Nome Alaska with ruins. r

Tallahassee. ))oyle \K. Carlton a supply of serum to combat an I .

Tampa! nullified\ with Secretary epidemic of diphtheria. Now, It Tallahassee,-Florida Is to get
,. of State II. Clay Crawford as. a has developed Kndrls Is a Suwuii- n: new Industry. This\ lime It's
candidate for the \Democratic nom nee county resident and ho was a bull frog and turtle farm. A man
]nation for governor In the primary hero three months before his Identity by the name of Krause told otIU -
next June. :Mr:: Carlton was was 1'III'ned.1oIIdrl.: .., who has lain of the bureau of Immigration -
the first of several announced, candidates been In the insurance business. lecently here that he expected to divert c OIL
to take Smith u step and his purchased a farm In. the u large section of laud near

I. was. the earliest such qualifying\ McAlpIn suction. of. the. county. Pompiino to the raising of frogs
IlcUIIIn the history of Florida, and turtles.. The land his. said,
Mr. Crawford aiild\ 'l'lImllu.-'harged with having Is .peculalrly. adapted to such use. ,
.. one wife In Georgia; ; another one In view of the fact that Is generously -

Plant City.-Wondrow Kelley here and! Incldently with bringing supplied with brackish water rroDA Y'S high-speed motors demand But you take chances when you fill your
of J. K. Kelley Plant City, suffered a 10-year-old girl from Georgia which such, denizens of the
son a fractured skull, nnd Junior : to FJorld.i In violation of I the lowlands. inhabit. Mr. Krause la .*. special care in your choice of lubricating crankcase with the improved Pan-Am mo

Lewis son of Lute'her Lewis also Mann Act. Curies Hipps, la held ;" convinced Hint t hit. proposed. new oil. They perform better, but they tor oil. This tougher oil is made from a
of Plant (City suffered less serious In the city Jail for federal authorities Industry, would he a paying proposition -
breaks base crude. It holds its body In
heat that paraffin
i Injuries In a grade crossing An automobile which was I he told agricultural of- develop a terrific soon
accident I nt Lake street Just. east In his possession at the lime of tlcluls.. there Is an Insatiable demand down many oils. Then friction does its spite of heat and friction. Thus it adheres
station Their) car his arrest. Is also being lavl'.tIllt1I'I / for frogs and turtles for the
of the union damage exposed metal. and o the to cylinder walls and bearings; making lubrication r
wan .struck by a train Tile hoya d!. According. to Information Jil' menu, he declaredand, all that to : up &
were rushed to the olllro of Dr. J. ( he hands of the ollli/ era. he has a'' could be raised could be readily repair hills, certain. Yet because it lasts" much

\\'. Alsobrook and, later removedto wile living; in Georgia; whom hodeserted old 1. longer this tougher oil actually costs
their homes. !, leaving his home In company v Hitor-mitts oil buying will not protect your you
with the younl11'11'1.; The latter Green Cove Four less than doubtful kinds.
Jl. Hills he la. mild to have left In Jack persons motor effectively!
Tall.lhossee--George were seriously Injured, and,

Jacksonville engineer, was iip- sonville.Tampa.. . one escaped\ harm by being thrown nut CLEAN gasoline
pnlnted! hv Governor Martin as thestate'e through the roof of u speeding. cur n.
representative on the committee .-Frank McGuIre Plant In which they were driving, when
insist Pan-Ann
It will also to on
to ascertain n purchase City merchant recently acquitted, i the machine struck the bund rail ,, pay
price for Connors highway; Under with his secretary, of perjury ]I Ihurges of Clark's creek bridge a few miles gasoline. This gasoline" Is clean. Extra care

the I terms. of I the recent legislative !: In criminal (court was ntllbeity p south of fired Cove Springs.. The In refining hall removed not only dirt and
'was to be appointed today under $10,000 bond F
act an engineer shock of the collision broke the s
bv the state another by >in a charge of forgery preferred' radiator and 1 es'upll.Bt"111 scalded sediment, but also the corrosives and car
oinclals. and the jy County Solicitor Chancey. Ho till I t e
Connors highway the driver his. wife his 3-year- bon-formlng elements found in many B.IS
two were to .select a third,! They "'barges grew out of an alleged at-I old child and ono of hla. companions .,.
were to agree on n price, which' the empt by McGuIre to avoid, Payne while the Impact caused the olines. Clean Pan-Am gasoline keeps' your

state will pay for the Everglades; nl of an account with a manu'acturlng four to suffer Internal Injuries. OUNe I motor cleaner. It will give your car new
road. / company of Decatur 111. which it Is said may prove fatal
.' m ruder the perjury charge the do- and at tho same time threw the power and greater mileage.:

Tallahassee-Waters In Lake 'endants. were accused. of giving; fifth member ot the party Into the
Okeechobee are at such a low level alas testimony. In n suit broughty roadway through; the roof of the :II!

that Taylora creek formerly a the manufacturing company to ('ar. without Injuring him. Leon ,
that lends from oiled money owed It. The for their enf
stream 3-year-old child ridIng
navigable was ;;
Lake Okeechobea to the city of cry charge was based on the alleged lu the front neat of the car, '; jll\ Q [! merican
Okeechobee. is almost unfit for use of a rubber stamp to while H.V, Guann of Long oJ'Pt N

navigation the .state drainage murk Invoices.. rlruuch and third naaawho,, Is.as o tWlt:J ; Petroleum (Corporation
board was told In a petition to vet unidentified!, sat In the rear. !t,

have the creek ,dredged deeper Tampa-State and city health They had started from the Jiur- !/t, e 4 ? (
Commrece normally handled, by afllcers combined efforts In an In- sit home In Hils ell a few miles iifJI.

the stream Into the lake Is seriously restlgatlon Into the cause of the ) iinrlh of Green i L'ovo; Springs and : .', ,
hampered a committee told the wholesale destruction of fish In thai' riving south from here crashed ''I lyw;.,:: .

--- Into the bcldtfe.Grove's: rhgx 1 ;:,

I I II ; .," f",,'. Buy/ these better products

a Get Back the Fun: : of Eating? I ''j I ., -" fx a where It mart you a tee dependable this alga.lx .

Rid voursetf Indigestion! that takes the joy out r.a p'''' ''II': place to trade. For etry'' m

chile Eat what you want and relish every Pan-Am dealer la a mevt \
mouthful without fear of subsequent discom- Tasteless I "'f
fort You CAN 1f you : Or chantojrpmvedrellahlity 'i I tr -
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Take'Y tE/iYaIIpE; ,. .xA 'f 1 tOhiIL.Toi: ( "' '"i

-the pure vegetable\ tonic that banishes indigestion ...ale- A Tonic for Pale DelicateWomen

and constipation and tones up the whole system. 1 and Children 60c. PAN-AM GASOLINE AND OILS 111STI IIlUTEU ItY:

Sold J" .nrln.wte..4th. every 0.-0.bustleJGROVE'S, I

By Corpening's Drug Store TASTELESS wash: to take CHILL M Laxaciv TONIC.in for conn thwha .... I, Starke Service Station and N. H. Hull, Slarke-C.U'. Gillett, Hampton-J. C. demons, Heilbronn

I ClOD welt u..Toots

I Springs Rivera Garage and Dixie Cafe, Lake Butler-T. //. Rimes, Worthington Springs


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IIO(11t1Iltd! Uev and Mrs M. Chandler Stith ft :M. W.N|| .. "'hI"\'. III. nmplnlnant. -- Jill" _'.Ia1itLitLaWl'r2 '"
T snit UpnrBnndf.1 and Kiitsy Jillnh. I'
C'. l>. "MIMvMIH nnd son returned to their home .
l lVi -\ arid ii nut t .rd 'County Hunk a
In :-.Iewberry. Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. ,'01 flotation, an fmlnntM.l the und -
errs go rd MVe' Inn) Master' will on
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'. J. ('. Robinson entertained Monday the roth day! of Heptembol, I I IIi
; returned
Pat Oasnett
.ewliig: piirty Wednenday, morn- 1127, during. the h gal hour cif ""I...
: from Ala. where
Monday Troy sell to the hlKhent bidder for rash
.n UK nl her pielly" linngalow on W.MiidlHon I nhe has been visiting friends and In front of the south door of thourt ..
51na,.L, In honor of her i <' house In shirks' Ifrudforil' 0 I Il'ii
sister :MTH! C. D. Shank who lavlHltliiK I relatives. Coo fly, Florida, the following lands Ii
---- ---- --- to w'It
H here. from Jucknonvllle. Supt.! und MrnT. II. n. Wiggins 'ommenelnir-: : .14
Lovely pink radiance, roses were : of Intersection: .tnrnofnhI1.! and roW, I '
I lined effectively for decorating thflloo i and daughter.; Mary nnd )Itev. L. streets I In town of Htitrk, und\ run
//.11.29 I W. Klckliter" spent Wednesday' In noitherlv along west HIH|, of ImvHtroet
N ) inn where needlework and 1 lainesvllle.Mr.( to 'Innds of A. 1,. Alvnrex. I I 2 2I'
I plcHxant <'onvcr" atlon was enjoyed" thence run west parallel\ with
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I C"I.EBI&'ns: TWIIhFTIIItllt'l ; The, hostess, nerved Ice-box-cake who 6n,1IrH.: Nelson Dekle and Call 1.':ni" 'I\pr2\ l 'w*'lt"II.;; i.IY.thcllcf'street* Houth to I'Q .
Iceil I to hpl'(1IfHIH.,
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and ton
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I ArTMiMn: \ I mtiix.i I ; : c.i rn North Jinn, of (ell xtrl et. 'tttenco enwt I'I 1
\T Mils. I INM I INMrx 'llI U IS' were: Mrn. C. D. Shank; the I honuiee. moved to Hal d Wednesday. slung North; ; wlil. of full street to II
1 I :Mm I Anna Alvarez nnd MmV. ,. --- ----- point of commencement." Hn lit lot ;
n.i M linniin'H); ; home nl 1'1'1'- MlHH 1 Florence i Flncher; ('pl..llrllt.1 \ P. KniKlall, nil of JueksonvllleMrs. | i i MrsV: T. Whltten und, three I \liplnir, Township In NW11, 0 of South HW. ("4, of Itunito Sections 22 I

err, nl (Chun, nnil :Neon. shoals'' ed her twelfth bllt Inlay with a J.. Wyiniin, MrH. 1'V. Ilud-! I children of St. Augustine, spent ;, F.nst. e ei I
wux .
I Mrs: II. 10. Bitch WperlRl :"Vtnster In 'y.Krrlll'l'
Mr. and
hiNt Friday when she pnicrlalniMl thfi! hums of her parentH' I (1. K. Lewis. .. : k KNIlllIT; ; ,
tlio A tier noon BrlilKo I {'Iii 1 lb. MrH.V.. T. Flnrher" of NorthlVal); -- -- ----- Solleltuis for Coini>liilnnnt.Mi't .
I In I the HvInK room throe lubk's nlll I Htreet[. Mits. v i>)>. \V\IN\\: '' HKIIT; Miss Clara Louisa Peek left N--12.4t.D-:!.
nnil l Tho rooms were prettily decorated Saturday': for Newton' fia., where Pinch Pennies-Pay Dollars
wire arranged for cunlt [pen" lA'IKKT.UN: :' I i1': OK n\t. IIINI'ii ""..:
iiUtH t worn Nerved I daring' I lie with rainbow Hlreamcrn. andvurli'olored she. U visiting friends, and rela
KIlllll'HTnllloH summer flowers I Mrw. N. I WalnwrlKbt !gave an tives. Notice Is hereby' Klven tlmt sixty
blVN' lifter dote heieof. I I the undTslKned -
of floral IPHRII| w..roIIH A rainbow word content andKUf'HHliiK 1 Informal porch party 'J'U"H (-" and nfli'r Hpvoriil proKrensloiiK KanifH were enjoyed af'i at her home on Orange; Mrs J. J. Dullen and daughter. of A. .'. Itryden. .. decensilll. |jreKetit i There is i as much waste in false economy as in an
*)linw>Ml, :MrH N.1.. : Johns to her which ii pretty Drpuden powder ntree.1. Amid a bower of greenery Miss. Isabel, spent Saturday; In lilY vouchers, and final aceuiintto that fails
the home
: c the Honorable, ico ,\. 1nrdlnerCounty : = utter disregard of costs, and today
first given to with friends.Mrs. .
4' have, lilBli wonfor which" she| rpf',1 puff n H prixu! wan and varl-iolored' flowers" threetables Jacksonville Judge, of Hrndforil. I 'aunty, ;
a battle of pprfninc. :MrH :Miss| 1.thnIYII'hlle.: and a cry- were arranged, Cur bridge:: ,, I 1"Ie'h'l1, l uitfl. asked. to be listharjfedas to take full advantage of efficient modern methods of

It Wv m 11 n muilrnext l hlKli I cure Hlul n bottle of perfume tin Hecondrln with u "I.ltl'klil'PIIIH'h' howl placed 1 J. H. Hitch Mrs F. If.Long AdmlnlntrRtrlic laih day/"of of Aturimt nnld, ,lOstnte.This 1027.MltH '. conducting its affairs pinching pennies to pay out .I

mid WIIH pruHntiMl, wllli u work 1> 1 went to MlHH SuiiHhlne limitlev ut one end, of the veranda. and Mrs. W. M. Peek mo- : nHHAnETH tlYI>UN.Administratrix dollars SAVE WITH ICE means more than savingI
luiskot I The tulllen ot dainty dancliiRglrln / tored, to Jacksonville Wednesday Estate of A. J of health because
Tim lioHli'NH Hcrvpil, ri'TrpHlilnsr/ Dresden, perfume dolls were given dlreited 1 the player to theirphicen They were accompanied by MissMay ] iryden, DeceaHetl.S129t10T of foodstuff. It means protection '
fruit Hiiliid nod "Iced 1'1'11' to Ilia following for favors, while fancy Ice ut the table and l after nev- I : Peek who returned l to her :! foods spoil 'quickly in warm weather and you are gamb- j

KticHtM: MoHiIiimcH, A. Z. cream and rainbow cake was. served oral IntorentltiK. proRreHnlons showed home In Avondale after a visit %OTICR OF KLKC1IOV I :; ling your family's health for a few cents when you try r
Ail hi us. o. I. lieuHley (). I.. nt ( be close of a. pleasant afternoon Mm J.:. M Johns with high here will relatives. .; to save by doing without ice. We have solid big cakes :
llnyiiPH I II. V. 1 KnlKht. Jo::. M.JohnH. score liad 1 won tho firm prize J. DeWItt C. Jonns never of
.1. I I.. l''kpr.11' II.. 10.: Hlleli.., AsHlHtlnff Mrs. Flncher were' which wan a beautiful madeira MfnrkeF'bl... ., by virtue of the nuthorltv J of ice frozen from distilled water-which we deliver I
N KturnlHTK.; .'. I.. Turner. I*. Wyiniin :Mrn O. .1. Criflln: and Mrs C. J. centerpiece) Second prize a pretty I Mrs. W. L. Jernlgan and two moll vested election. In me to by Ie law held, do nt hereby the- regularly at your home upon! order. Phone us today. (

\1 iNN .luiH-t 1 Diirdon I of 'fnm- WllllaniHon of JuckHonvllle. wall vase, was won by Mrs J.Iv. diiiigliers Louise and Eunice have city; ,nnl In the: iiforesrtM I town bv Call 12. r
fin mid l MrH "'. 1'. Hiiniliill of The RiiPBlH were busses| Evelyn ,Aniliewn Jr., while 11I1.... D.T I returned, to their home In Lees- the riuallnei voters on Tuesday {Sep
JackHoiivllloTiviiiin. Sump, I Ktholyn: IV hite, Hazel and Clark WM* consoled with a burg after visiting here several tember:, : 13th, 1927, for the purpose. of .
electing the following ofllrers.One
--.-- -. I.filH AdklnH Sunshine Htintley rniulolrii/ hiuidkerchlef.At : weeks.Mm.. muyor one menial? nnd two i -
: l: i 'IVIIKVI.I ; Mary Pierre. Florence Wheeler ofI'rosperiIy I I ho <'OHtJ of a (llel"al1tlfter- I aldermen one HSHeMsor. mac d""k.Ir."lOlIr..r ,

C" It I.'IlllltVTho N. C., and Jewel 'VII-I noon 'I he hostess nerved homemade II. C. Bitch motored to InspectorH nnd of tax Hiild' collector.election ". d.
1 llaniHon of !Murray Hill. nuke anil pineapple nherbet.. CnlneHvllle Tuesday and spent the 8eolt H. M. Humphreys A.V. Anderno'n. -
------ .. -- -- -- Those playing. cards. with Mm.Walnwrlftlit I day with relatives. 'Starke Ice Company !
Twoiitleth Century Club were her (laughter, n---- In textlmony whereof., I, hereunto
cvonliiK. nt the Inman Dlnnlth: :-1..1\u I 'I'CI.\ subscribe my name and cause the
met Krlilny
MrH.I 11. T. Clark of Miami Mrs. JfOTICK seal of the Maid town to be hereunto ,
1 ( home where iiianllileH t I nf Hllmm..rflnwprH 'Dun LJ, Clark and :Mm. MalcolmMiDoimld : I Tho Starke Laundry has not ulllxed this Bill' fillY of AUR-ilst 1HJ7ileVitt .
'j were used! 'In ducoralnK./ II"'. and !MrH. T.eonanl Vincent. of Miami Mrn. It. K. been sold Mr. Lee's nephew Is C. Jones., Mayor .e1s1..1eum111111nawal|, ,">n',mi''rninimmiim",. "'uiinnii '", .11' '" "aNIJrn1u'' ,", ,r .
the rooniH opened en Hiilte with Moore of Slarko announce the engagement Rhodes of TallnhuHHee Mm. W. I'. I taking care of laundry as Mr. Lee 8-I2-6t-D- --- -

four liilili's nrraiiKPd; for hrlilKo; ; and 1 approaching marriage Randall of .'Jacksonville Mm. O. is skk. The laundry still belongs

Hand dprorntpd. InlllPM of miniature '; of their daiiRhter Bertha, to L HeiiHley Mm. E. I.. lllggH{I : Mm. to Mr. Lee I -
f heads' were imnil to doHlgimto Mr. Milton! Henry LanK of Tltusvllle J. W. Andrews Jr.. Mrs F. I.. Turner Mr.: end Mrs. Charles Lee.
the places of ho playerH. 1'a. The wedding, will bo an Mrs ":. M. Johns and Mrs W. I !8-5-4t
After several Interesting proKreHHlonH event of Monday, September[ G, M. WulnwrlKht.

Mrs o. 1.. FIcMiHley wan 1127* In Stnrke.MOOnVNOHTII. --. i .. ei O J D ;I SPECIALSFRIDAY
bowl for .
) presented with u flower --- -- -
Clarke (Jill entertained' a few
holding high rare and Mrn. J. W. : << .
of her little friends nt the home
roiiHoled with
AndrewH. ,1 u
r was
of her mother Mm. Fay lllll lest Church Services |I
trump-lndli'iitor. Mr. K. F. Stump Miss Maggie Moody and Mr. E. 4 4AN'D4OO
Saturday afternoon. It, being her
made high score and, Mr. Donuld- t> i
married lout
low and each received a pair B. North were quietly ,I'lghth: IJIrlh BOn SATURDAY
Tuesday night In !Ktarke. toNS served her guests with lee I
of silk hone. Miss| Moody IB the laughter of
and cake.
ireum Clll'nCIIG. j
The hcmteRM nerved! randy during Mr. and Mrs. Hen J. Moody of Del-! 1HPTIST I

the. .nnil a xhrlmp Hiiliul Mr. North IB a
KiimeH Florida.
nurse with .lied 1 lea 1, at the lose more.partner ot the CillleHple and North Mr. and Mrs W. S. YelvlnRton: ( P. Raymond Pastor) ,
of the evening. Bridge contractors Ureen Covol1"I'lnJA.Crepn and son returned to their home at Regular services each Sunday. : August 12th & 13th
Ilast lugs WedneHilay after spending andpreaching
ThoHu enjoying I the hospitality : Cove Springs Sunday school at 10 a.m.
several duys ut the home of and 8
: at 11 am. p.m.
of Mr. I n inn n were: Mr. and Mrs. Times' ;
Sc.'rnberMr.! and Mm. K. I;'. Mrs YelvliiKton's parents Judge Until further notice the U. Y. I
Mr. and MrH U I.. DPIIH- HONORUl'KST und Mrs ieo. A. Uardiner. They P. Unions will not hold services. ( '
Stump iiii>iMi.i: : ':<"r
Icy Or anil. Mra. I':. I>. HKKH! ; Mr. :! AT HHCWKIl were urcompunled by Mrs. II. A. Regular prayer meeting Wednesday -
who bus 1 Lake View Butter 43c lb.
and\ !Mrs J. W Andrews, Jr., Mr. 1 Swift of New; Orleans' evenings.
IIlrlId I
'been visiting her parents !
nnil Mrs S, I/. Peek Mr. and Mm. Cox entertained Thursday -
H. Austin "

find Carl 1 Mr:Knight DonaldMon.Miss Janet burden shower evenliiK In honor at a of nilHcellnneoiis Miss Bertha Mrs. -- i ST. M\RK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tomatoes No. 2s 3 cans 24c

.. III rH. Hello{ Sheets III rH. ItOH"I ,
---- ---- hrlde-elect. I I
Moors n charming
helle HuUdun and daughter Vivian -
:MIIT: : WITH 1 In I Celebration of Holy Communionfirst I '
HirM-M. :! Pastel] Hhadns predominated week-end

:51 us.! I\BO\\\': ....:1.: .. ... the color : Hcheine MrH. COX'M carried home out on IndncoratliiK visitors lialaden.Mr.of .at HualliiKB the home:' were uf the Misses No service Sunday on of the last month Sunday at of 9 a.m.the I RICE, 4 lbs. 25c

'fhe Dora Kli-kllt circle and llubbitrd Htreet and baskets! of month. I

the Frank Fowler clrrlp of the roBes and dahlias repeated the col- and Mr. M. S. Jordan and Other Sundays.Prayer. 9 a.m. I 2

Baptist, church held. n joint mpptIIIK or Bchemo. table laid, with Mrs' M. J. Dili-used of Jacksonville Church Morning school Miss Malpas superintendent I Corn standard cans 25c
dining was ,
TneHdiiy with !Mrs J. M.llrownlce wuio guests of the llulndun
10 a.m. I
Lake hanilHonin lace cloth and centered -
her KliiKHlcy
at I
cuke. A sisters on MondayMrs. Litany Friday at 5 p.m.
cottaKO naiad/with vourHu a wan nerved und the Russell S. Carleton. Rector.Mirnumis'r I Peas> standard 2 cans 25c
The devotional wan led bv MrH.o iiHHlHted In raring forher W.V., Ilalnden Jr., andeldldren ,
y hontpHB wnH
J. r.rlllln l and MHH! I.illun: her sister, Miss !MaryWllllanm. of Siivaniuili. (la., were rnimrii |I
Stump! very liilerenllnnlj told, n,; guest. by guests ot bliss Addle Dulsden hiNt ( Enoch; M. Rooks Pastor) I

her work In Tampa In the ItulluuMlHHlml. Miss Moore wan the recipient of Friday. Sunday school Sunday morning Wig\vamSyrup table size. 19c
Supt. ,
:: which .--- -- nt 10 o'clock L. A. Davis I
many useful !Rifts were pre- Wednesday eve- ,
:Mi-H M C'hlll"I"Allth.. of :NMWlierry lion tod to bur In an unique man Miss Lulu Jennetle und Ida, !Mae Prayer meeting I
Friday morning for nlng( at 8 o'clock.. FIGS-No.1 14c -
a former piiHtiir'n' wifit wax I ner. Johns lull I We appreciate your presence at Iii can
the rerlnlenl of a beautiful luinilmbrolderpil Invited to bo with tho hoHtexs 'I'lIyhlcoulily for two weeks visit the and
l during past I
(> lunrheon net made by and, honor guest. for the evening with friends. at union:: und Perry. our have on
to you
the women of both rlrrlen. mid pre- were Miss. Dorothy Verbeck. Mlsi They will atop. over for a short slay I we shall rejoice occasions. II 49c
all future i FIGS-quart jar
: seated bv" MrH Cieorce C. White 1':Isle Cochran Miss| Kinmii: Powers lu Live Dak.on th..lrelll_ ._ ____'. ----e --- I
with a verv" aiiproprlate tipeech.MrH Mlna Mary \Vllllunin Miss Allen I l'IUSn\'TEIU.-\.S: ('111'It'IrYesi
r A. Knight: rhalrman of VIckerM Mrn. It. I H. Alvarez !Major and Mm. J. L. IVek motored -- I
loral rharltaMe work Rave; n. Mm KHHle: StepheiiH Minn Melba! to Cross City Monday. Mrs. .! We have a young pooplo'H \ Fruit Jars pints lOc

splendid l report of work dune and M.iHtern' ., Mm. Klrbo. 11I1'11. Wllnon leek returned Tuesday but Major society. and we're wido-awnke too j ,
told of her plans,, for tint fill lire. MlHNunn. Amy and Slnah'Moore.-- Peak will remote fur u couple of We meet every Sunday at 7 p.m. I

After a refreshing BWlm In the Jai liHonvlllH Tlnien-t'nlon.. AUK. 7. weeks, Come. loin In our Hinging and iliscuHHlons. Fruit Jars quarts 121-2c
lieaiitlfully, clear water, of KliiRH- ---..-- --- - -. You'll feel at home and ,
ley Lake forty-five pernoim partook I Mt I'lymnlllh.--Iew); apartment Mrs. J. U. Hump ley arrived I all your friends will be here.
<,if u sit In lit miolmN biiffvt( dinner and Tea lompnny to open branch storehouse Tuesday from SebrliiK und Is the Sunday school department U Climax Peanut Butter 31-2 12c
all pronounced Mrs Ilrownlee n beliiR; erected here at cost guest of her mother, Mrs. S. F. doing Interesting work. One of I oz.

wonderful I hllKleAs. of $35,000. .... llumrUk.Uev. 'I I the features of the session of

the session of he church school
I -- -
A. 1':. Dunham returned IK the music All are welcome. We I I
Tuesday from Jacksonville where Invite you to be wlh us. If for no i I
he has teen trending' u few days. more than a Sunday. I I
The midweek prayer meeting Stores
Mr. A. M. lloilson of Eau Uul- will be held Wednesday afternoon' II Independent Co.

Jewelry and Optical lie, was the guest of Miss Isabel usual. The dlHcusslon for thla I
huller Monday.Mr. week wll be Faithful Prom- :
1" ... The text of the lesson will

and Mrs. S. II, Demarea found I Chron. 17:1-12: I
and daughter Miss Mary Mr. and ,""O'l'IC'.l G
Store Mrs. T. H. Domnree all of Clalnes- .
yule Mr. and 11I1'''. J. W. Tuttle :Nntti l 1M given that l>v virtue of

and MOIl of Winchester Ky., were I that August flnRllIf'r..8, 1937. entered by Mini.\ the A.SIC Z. dayof Ail- Starke, Fla.
and Mm. of
Sunday Kiiostn of Mr. inns Judge lath .Inillrlal Clri-ult
Herbert U Hitch. 1'Flurldnn. / Brad turd (ounty. Inchancery .
In that cause wh..relnu.:

I Mr and, MrsVnlluce Carter \ , ,t,i- -,,. ,, -, ., w., .,,, -- ----- .
I spent Sunday here with friends ; n11ii11Nr" ,I'l, ,ll, nNtllp" '" m' l "' ?'"I IJ '''''"''"11''
'I and relatives and returned to their 1
A new Jewelry Store and Optical Store in home lu Dade City Monday. j ,

I Starke is now opened by a Jeweler of long ex- Mr. A, I). Burrency who la a I

tools and materials on member of Urooker school board
perience with all the was In Starke !Monday and statedthat !

hand to give }prompt service. Fine watch repairing the Urooker school opened
with the largest attendance In its I

cngl'avingoptical repairing- reasonable history .

prices. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Knight

I motored to Jacksonville Wednesday ,
I have been employed as an expert watchmaker and spent the day.

is some of the largest shops in Florida. I Mrs. Lena Hussett Young; of

C I have the tools and the knowledge to do the Starke Tampa this Is spending week. a few days in

work well and would respectfully ask for a No matter what building job be we have the materials the
!I I !\fl'. and Mrs. J. L.. Plckerell with your may plans

( trial. of their Tarpon guest Mrs.Springs!M., H.motored Coachman toP and the prices which should bring you here first for an estimate which you

Any spectacle lens duplicated at once, and 'I nney Farms Sunday. will find is always lowest-plus a personal service which you cannot obtain

all optical repairs done quickly. Oculist pre-* and Mr daughter and Mrs.Mary II. L.spent Brownlee lad I s elsewhere. We cannot refrain from being the least bit proud when we pause

scriptions Thursday with Hon. and and Friday Mrs J. In 10. DeLaud Futch I to note the building jobs for which we have supplied the materials in Starke.

I Mr. Will Wall ls upending a .j No matter if it is only a small repair job-you will always find our material

t her few sinter days ,nt Mrs.Klngslev J. M. Lake Rrownlee with I best and prices lowest. No extra charge for building plans of all kind.

Wm.) J. ffiffe I. this Mrs.week.J. F. Klek -: Jr.: and I III

\ Gainesville Mrs. H. n. Wednesday.LlrnbuuKQ"* *t-.v motored r to II Jones Lumber & Supply Co.

Telephone Exchange Building Judge and Mrs.! A. V. Long ,
!Mrs. S. F.. Hrownlee. Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 129 <
8. T. Dell all of Gainesville Miss I. i ; ,
Starke Fla. .
Ella Mae Long and Miss Laurabel I I

Jeffries of Jacksonville were '..., ...,. ,,, .,, ,, ,, ., ', .-,.. "-_... ,..?- ,, ._ ....,, ..,.._ ., ... ... ...
-- Sunday visitors at Ktngsley Lake. "I"tipper. ,""" .elenNMlO.e.u1.l.c, '',, '' _s.' "Mf..aNA." bo. """""'11I1111I",1'' ""I NM'IIM." MMIL.NI'IM"Y'Tllq"xlm." '''' +.1 +"y "ryl" i iS II I. ,, "'. ,,.., .,-,.,,' .,,"..'''''''_I1IIIIII'1IIr.i' '. -


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Pretty Hobo .is t lln". en JON I h'm.'n though I.t ''In i ,..,,1..1..1. u I t-.t, lil.trtff 'thcrpl '
.. RELIEF FROMITCHING Df | ETC .>, .mil'' ih.ii-l.' 0. for .cull I.. MatlHfyu tt
'" .. :.. the I small I I pen filing t of I the revonues .,. nnil '
.+ ... ., "' -. ff l L.E..Ol .1 i i\ "tii.10 Hunt ii IIE'" coMt
.; ."\ ." ,tl "T; I Indicated" t above a ri' annuallyconsumed I .1. !I. "'ItAZ :E. c( .
.. "" ''' 'I'i. .. ',: -W'ir In Interest rather than l I. Kn ouVIc whra PAlO OINTMENT I. Special. ..j.t r.
i4.\; ;: L. ,.. 0: ', .""11.",,. ft will onra."'"* ....... Drtiwl"t. 19. M JOHNS.
.to< ; r.r' "A')!,> T-i .';; \1 the sentiment of every motorist roponitnpn.Untf il to their ctiHt.im.'m. -5--- ''( -1.'. :j
5 ,. / 1 Ank liilitwt.t about t'AXO OINTMKNT. ,_
._ : \\ henM. say hi. ",..rO'I'H t to have the rxiir -
v s In tut** with pila I 1'ipo' 76cs orin MII-ICK th.

: r. .... _.. .,.._, =- -< I minis, now and to enjoy them. tin box, (We." sill
,- .7. \ I (j. Will I I I the amount t already expended
21. III I'm nil Court, Ulth, Jmllclal .' $ -
i \ In building! up our hlgha { .... ... .. "i'h i nit or ,l.'ll.' ',111. In anil for Urml-' Viblin
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i1 '." :l \\ \'" to t their !prem'iil. state! h,' lost 0 fi.ul m l fiiimu.' I I In ('liii.. ii.'cry.I .
&. "", &. .. ;_,, ,_ !ti:0 '. 1 1 I l.'i: -."i'op,.; s. ii 1'\I'II'INn.
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7'=. an' I in our I paving/: ,project contetuplutL'.l. ;
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I, t- i II | A. Indeed not. Hut little or noi "1M" 01.1. 1"\11. ( ,'r. 4 : / VIIKTII: N. 11\\:1': :>1. til al d1I
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.. ", "P1' ; T -:0-f- : I'' i 1IIIII't of the vIII%1111 blwurk dono by .4 ...OC : ..e '. ....
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1 l L, '"" I ,' ,, I, the hlKhuny I department to I. nn.l <( uli-l lilpI
; '\, ",A AS ',,] -1.. !1T .:{ '-t.J.c, 'P.'b" ;\ \ III llr hH / I up I la thfi :-'11"h.. .. pIta tu. of Klorl.la..
\ T' : '", -= :: ;>1',''!' i r.rr, rm'I'c.I (! : '" '"I I 1"1"\ dale will bo wasted, The roads.which Services I %Vt.iiu.ld ill I DentonSuiidiu I '1'.. I thi> ln.iwn anil. unknown ",,*

\.." .__ J1.I I .., "" J ." .-::-...- J; +-' -...t \ \ have been" graded Illleit I and '' hIhe I pa.tur'" Kldor: I'. A. f".|.ilantM" In in.* ahoxu Dtylo.l' cause. *Os 'I
'I ''.: _1- ... .. .-J.- __ .1:- -a,1" / ;'/. ( nf 1"\1'11' Kl.'i' l.l.i, Uallion.l ,
\ ,- .. -=" --"" -- =--r 'r.-! ._ traveled over i in Florida I In t the pant' Cronliv 111..1111I'I'I""I./ Company ,

: .,'--\1-:: ::" :0\3:: :: ':.-:!::. ": = -=-c :;:=? .TE---:: .:;: t ', :'.':f'T'r-.r: -.:::" '1.1. r-4:: 1 few yea ru nre nun i In prime londl- I 1 :Mr Hint.. Mrs .1 I n Th"II1:1I1.: lit r. a I If til nol\porat I in oxlHitncc Ion., If ,In(IN eximonaa.unknown an.l l I..!

1 \ -. ''.::: .:::- .- -.- '"':- ., T=7--: ;';i-i.. ..: ---1- lIlH I t lion f"i hard mirfuclng. I I't'rmn- and 111..... It II Thomas. .nn.l dailKhtor. iral i t.iti| .H.itiil I Ivcs, tnit.crniinrfl" nn.ln 1t ,

-- nent pavement slionld not bi put! I I IIl1z.1I1I"III1t',1 I \I I I services" atNew ..t.iirnM" SH""tiC l A. Hwann, InOlvldaall -
;; ; : : :3k :} :: ; : : j t ft =i< Ii;, j I SuinlasI >' ua.l' MM. ii'tiHt.'ii( for 'the I H lor kin ,.
i':\ : 4! ( rf''r'"r'' : :17J I'r-i-ri f rr'l'rrti J' 1"111111)i 1'11111111111 after It has. been Hope Itullroad. ('tiflhil| nnv. n ,cnrpomtlnn If

_. ;. ]fl I 'r --, 1 '" I$:'. j..it': ill it-ui nnil, uinded : It h.is been 11'11\-1 I, :Mr. and, Mrs \\'. S Johns nf allxi1. atid! It .
,... .1, ::1-:j """ .". "ro\ ': ::: "' ;""";' .l..Ll''rm-.. -r-: -rr F, ,... ,. _: Jm' 'r.1. !'f1I"f, ,' .. : tied 0"1' ami settled and pnckedTur Jacksonville spent the week-end. ''I I ti.In: *I If"' .mil d e,s lK.'oH lute, HTatt'i'M'iiiiKnoun.' ,: tulgili' ti ..t wft t

', -i.i' 1/1)/ )r-1. t'r', .14' Jo!; i4..ml Irt i -. -lh 1 more" I th.in n year t thu longer'. w Ith 'lm'. Johns' "I..h"1; \ ... .1. VVLewis I "ui.iitai\\.H.\ A."....'MHor' > anil lotrnlii.pi'i 1\1t-: iceml I

.. ;"-_ \ '::. .4i'! I! l...;. ..:. .. ,..t '' '"..zf, ". .......__ '4v. I the heiier Klorlila roads are Justiiu .HlKtix :, a ".I Kllmlu'lli N. lluy<>Hif .,3
'. -- .. _01.: .. _" "; .', '. 'if '" .. -" '- I iv. lit t the I i Ideal I point for tho !heuinnlim \li' multi Mrs K. \\'. Hiyiuildsand a IK'i", anil If dnail.! her ulitnowl

Jit 'I.'_": ;: .:. ::". ,'.* ;''' //.r''r:: ._-.." -' 'L.--!-.w.II"an: Z.;.. 1r{ .L.: .... ........, .. t I nf" n ,comnrelienslvi) pro- children of (:iriihiini up'IKSnmlnv I I.hi'li. i.s.1, s.! ..1.\.IH..M l | ', tetf-atfoH unknown, 1'11'' to.. 0I
: .. .''t!:: I ; r'. ;I.I't: } -A1ir.; ; ..,..-t.: : \y"- 1 Km- m or i: permanent I paving.I liere with relntlves, I I'I ".t. h. .111M.h.11 Inn)' claim 10 !\\Q
__ i" ; .. .. -..,- : ; ; ".' .oG, ,,:I ""U ,,,,. .V,&r"fM.t"'f'. t '!;" ......." .,.l1'......"JI'h) 'If''ir' ...rI -.-- o i I II ;\11..1. "'. Lewis anil son, I.. I lui\ .. nnittihl.. II.. liit.i't ._
I 1 I Si laii I 1.1., 1"11.1
.ft" adin -
I. .
: l\\(.M't c. I!..I.1. (City.t Work stiirteil! onconstruitlon O. were business. visitors I lii'ilii k- 1"'HHIHHI.n V
: .
"'I, .. ... .. .. {! i f 'F'; 'r.-n< .j \ > "' to I iltl. ir !'.H..M.I"I of cnm-
I / 0.1' .. .. of Iii'W bulldliiK I for .'1' toIlIlllr I <1I1Y. lll.lllllllll, I III III,' .. leen'rIbeuI
...-... ___ b- :.t i! .,j,.... ..;.r'Jf" .. "[ I Highlands I 1 I Motor Company hulldi I IIIII.IH l h, Inw and liulnir In llniflfnni.
:" """" ". ,,,,,; 1 Dude;; i.jl'Y I ; .1 progressingon i '(utuiIR. KI..I' lull! to-\\lt Nl of SIOlttf HHlml
to "" "\.;,;,' ..! ::: i, Ing: nt 7th and Live Oak si reels.LceHhurg. I < HiM'il.in, ; :.ITt l 'ro\\iifihlp,, ; 7 H KnnM
.wh.tc! GI > fk"Y.,1 ,'(1""U'II('tin II of 'new I Undo I City
CIt..rr;: t.1iIoO : '
< : ,
_..,_ag/j ............,. .- '-00 Cnntrait to boawarded Community hold.Inverness. : 1 Ka-l anil !1..1. hy H.rll',1. lit 1 ftfet, ,north hiS f anilHonih ...,>tfaNl ,,

for construction i of $3011.-1 I ) I ;'Inw; 1'11,1 I machinery I I I Hi.I sw corner of the Nl'.U ta

i, '000 I I tuesIt 1*Ii .school I building.Mt. I I I purchased, for Citrus County ('tl UK' :;5+I I lli.-i I ru..if. I

; i I DoraSlto thosen for costing $4.xi'iM.
esi "". 'amitich' of you rterphv
i I tahllshliig i ; airport I here. ep\ihills I I Operations t dialledut II.,ilsil:\"I In"II"'ot"'I\' '\ II In I thuI'll
; \:
; : :I'rlu'.1
-i.. ( .' I ..' .InillflalI'h'iiut '
1 \ '
r----- I I o O"Ih'I'hlllo .
I LJ-' L 4 I :Moullrlti.i I i :New< hrldgo; In bo 1"11"1111111'1') I of |'l.rl.la,, on Min.lny I, I thu.Hi .

_! p _-:- -.w T-. -j;. > -I c- i built I I across ;MiitunziM I \ river near : u I .lax: or s pi ,-nil..T, A. I 11. Ilia",
,. i -.\ ,I. : ::7oIi Trt--. I here. Mil'II I! at; I i ho mil t tli.niHM;. : In; l lh,;* l 'ltv nfhluiki

I t L -.nu. ''iM\' I "-f [i'iLii:; : : ; : iJ1-T9 t Tho hoard. of c.Miniy ..oninilHHUniIM niiKunr' .. 'a I llia.lfi.i.l,HWOMI" l b,I lll I'i.iinlv I ,,f compla-tni, !Kloilila: : oxhllilti'il 1 I..-
'-f'J! "i'1 I !f :; : :; <> will I I I "ineot at t tie court. hoimo' In aKiiliiKt y..ti !In Ino abova
I iialn..il, ,rant.1' lv ,Haiti uoinplalnaiit',
i ;; : : :. Hliirli.. t tho tint M.unlay. Inr..Ii
w I V. xKji 11 i linn i y 4 t. .llii H | .t"h"'I.V I i tho naino 1 I tie It.iH. "". \. SiantiliiiMr|' to riinouInnI
'.'., L" U3! : ,ft... N'T-.*' -. -" ,, :-t .\ : .: ;of: suit:fI'! ,niontli for "rlN'::: :mirPOH.I < n ml' ti> ,| iil.'t )Ills tllla to thanltov.i p
: : I
j t I" If. .... h'T: : ; ; t : ,.- .-...- yoal lit heal'llitf, coin|>lalntii fr.illl, ii uNi'lI lli"',l land*.

i I "1.1.j, : : : '!1'1' ........f. *v* .-. I ....-.. <..*( ..,.o::.!.". ownern.. I\ pronorty i'mus like' of of inlxeil anv! teal, tlio or vu|,.hue''\'- mekly Th.' lira.Ifui.I 11'1'11'1'| 4'onnty,."hl.h.'1''I"lr"l.h.. \h. 0 -
r".1: :
Pollee at Pittsburgh. Pa., hava I, IUu-1- J'ftiiir ." --- ---- -- I, ,- life i hoon; : acci.plo.l( )ty Haiti, 11) of tIIlk.I .. I'.iunlv

arrested many a hobo-but never I .rI--, 4 : ,;;( .r ". .. : -AiuJ .. h..n.I., I. II HILT Kliirl.la; ::i|..*I. I::: vhkh: ::
one as attractive as this one. Miss ... '', I I..' iniiiliHluvl. l for four coiiHOciitlvaOI'UI. i
,.-. . '. ;47 -.: chairman., Hoard, u 011111)' I ..null liiI -
I .
Virginia Purdue of Richmond. .1.- ",,' ,-T \ Nlonorn I iitut lomuI County I !Klorhla I.'t'ltS.h' \% I
I I XVIINKSS I I : 1'h, 1 I I U.V..
VA. Arrested when she came Into f .II .NT FlOOf: L.\.'. C< IoIJt> Ill\ I AA) : i f .\ : Ahli'i"man. Cli'ilt. .. Iul.rnhl.! "', nit-
Pittsburgh via "bllud baggage/ '* j ri.V. AI.PIIUMAN I .ti'lI, I III., oltl.'lal I nun I lli""ruiif. In \ tiC
the revealed that though I t"t": : s I Clelk anil A I) I'lM' ., Sum.' 1 '. Kra.lforil' ('ottni V.
only 22. 11,111".r:3 :8-
l.il.4 -- 1 :
i i I'M..11I'l.'T: IIn! this liuili:' day of July! A. 1 I.
she had hoboed
It alone from Mil l( I)
Kichmoud to CulitoiuU unj back. I iioi'si: nRsir.Nr.n FOKCOMl'OKTADLlj The striking feature of the plan The interiors should bo carried, I-- IXt'llI; 11 I ll I. .W. AMiliiUMAN.
lLL I'l.'i-k CUII.t.1lnl'I' .
: JJVIXOly la the porches: the architects have out in the colonial style, to harmonize To I Hie riihll--: : KXIlllir, Clr.ul

.......... .. .v..o ... solved the problem of the living with the exterior. I' .,. '.. ., :.. ..-M "!to. Tak.* it.t I.-.* (hat I at t II",. "rvKtilar "I I .. 1"1"11.' ..
porch and the sleeping porch in A cellar providing the Ii"-.'hutS' of the Hoanl, of 'Iuli. ,1..11. In /$ fur "
I KVKICfiltKI-I.V; ; : ( II. C. Hunter &: Dro. Archts., laundry, "14.-h 1''I ''m infl', I 11)27.) I In 1',11.I .. liii sel'tutilus .',.. .1"0. L'o"'II\ln.nt.
New York) an admirable manner so they are heater and coal spaces and sucli i 1 w ( In iin.li.rKlHn.Ml' will H.r.I'I :
.' .
(:.Mrs. .\. lloHl.-r, C... .) > I not only livable, but add to the extends under the entire house. tills Ii.' ii Itii 1,1 allon I r..ua, i-onilll, lotialpaiilon I

: i TMrt house has been designated exterior appearance of the house The exterior of the house Is attractive .......;..!II\\ .u i for, '111.I, .'rltnu, I of Im.aKlitH'anil I S u'J'U u
...+.... .v G ) O. .4 ; I for comfortable living. The architects 1 ,.nlcrlnn wllli hitfnt I to ,cuiitnill
as well.Too every detail has lieen well I II fi'lonv. ..I l\\hlih ivo u *>n* convl.'tfil '
Mr. and !Mrs. Hoy :Sauuderx' and have so arranged the plans often sleeping porches are I designated It Is throughout true The thorot77y: purifiedand at fall ,1-I Iii ..r ,rin.. nil l-init., ill.In lal' 1.1111, I'li.Mill. I'.im-l., Ilra.lfor.l Tivpiitv-ilxlh JIM
Hint the housework can be done refined calomel I 111'11.1 r".1, f'oiinl\, ,' !Kloilila Il2ll! Jllnl L'O..lly.
combined .
of Jacksonville !In ,
baby were the but ugly makeshifts "stuck" on o the best Dutch Colonial style-a H..nl..1 foi,. Slal.* of !'h/ln. L.IH" y
I u
with venmIII
J guests of :\1 Iri4. Sounder's mother ensn. I I with asxialaiit and I it 1. M I 1"'t, ,. wlfo, VonilaJ'j. ,
Note the arrangement of thekltrlien : the house giving the appearance house for those who discriminate I I I I HIIUT': 1 KKI.I.V:' I Intiian I 'uniiilalnants.V'tt u .
:Mrs. Maggie' Jo'ol''lh. Sunday., of a sanatorium ; '\vhlcli has been corrective agents IIAI.MIIMI ('liusltY..i.l.Ivpt .
In relation to the rear en- This house would look well on | s--:11-8-111,
\V. K. tjrlftlH and Cheulham the reason why so many people N4usealeuS4feSure. JuliaS In. In' .'iin.'r,
try, ccllarway, pantry and (lining!!: : :,; .
l ifsiiIusulI
1'cele were vlsltoix to Starke Sat the Idea of a lot with a frontage/ about GOifeet. I '
have given up a \ : II) 111'1"1"; .A \III .
with but '
nil bo reached appin.l.i'il
room ; can t I nl'I""IIN'( l'.v 11'uvlt
urday.Mr few Ing porch. | ("UIIII'I"'tN..I..o : ,It. Ill .-.l It .h".I..L-
: and :Mrs A. B. Hosier and u very steps.I 1111'1'1"1 .. l caiiMi I ilia) John' Wln.h"l"n.'I'! ,
--- --- -- ----- '
'I.iby of the state farm Itaifordpent I The dlnliiK room hart a large!; bay The second floor of this Complete working I !!: plans and M IKI (II' \1'1'1.11(1'\1 1"(1" ,.'....III..rH. I"t.'guil-tii-u'ly, '.. I list Ilv"n rltiuteii.timid itttI III .,..r..n.IIII I th.'irln, '"11..1' ,U. a nun

the week-end, with :Mrs, .1. window, on the front which Rives: provides three good bedrooms, uhnth Hpuclflcatlons I of I this house may ho '1'III". : -." Miiii: ii iirTT7 : 1(1' I nil I I 'tici-suutium lull VI ii If ,'llIlmR I IIN'IIIII.I I '' ,.IK, '' I ,(ii'Ni.li.nt I Ilii', Slalo' I of.r ('."lliti Itla, iLI.tIii !

II. :Saj' ). .n plenxunt outlook. The living and ample closets nil conveniently obtained I I for a nominal I sum from (II.' "!'HI-! I.IM: 'i< \i. I Ih.I ,'Still' I, ..t .tstci. 'I'iuutuiuiui. ii.uiuieuit Mi-". ,.I.- \I the l 'liv of Mount 111'

H. S. Ho..l..r'u.., .. a visitor! to room! has. n iceneroua open It place! arranged about the renter i the building editor.\ liefer to 1 t\\\ or HUT I iu'lt:: 1:ii. "i-u-:III''iire'Iiy hue; lii I t l.ihUll'cul ho Jitorat'Ie iii tlreMu.tI t I i:::,. In I thf Mlalu., of ,Mai,.>..land, anil.! over
; I iiiliii of t tvt It I.I lall
Midway Sunday with hu tit-In lioohciiHeH on either I :N.illc.IH h..hy KU.'ll Hint I.. O.i \ 1101'.r.' ''. V..IIIIIV Julmc, .r llral.. .. .niy-ono yciira" ;
:Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Sapp and children hide under, the windows. hail.EXII.NtTZON IIOUHO A-57. i Pnwoll li"l.tr ..f Inx .'! Ill,MHO N... 1..1, .-i.IIIIIV., I 1..1..101... for iii s nl"I I l.h'iit, 'f.' oril,' il! I li.i I hat anil.Halil In n.in-ri'hereby-

'i'I .--- I I III. IKHII..I I Hlh .lay .T July AD. I'I:,..s.::J.I e I I.III"II'"I'a curie' :cii r ,"i\\..:euiI. r.'iiilri.I.r""I.I' to I tho bill I I ofloinplillnt
with !Mrs : '"5
Sunday | I
vpent -- ,
l':J.i.!: IUIM lilo.l Mil.I c. rl lll.-iitM Iti "myi or lout ivitI I I Io ru : : ,, : ; :: : ,
Supp's mol her. Mrs. J. S. HOHI'r.II'H. FINANCING:: STATE 'IUl.' IIIIII. "who pays this Interest. ? ,$lllc.' mu tot has imi.l. npiiliratlon" for. lint I'h..r.! lull' 1 all pumniiH In.lelit-. lo/I/In Halil callH on' t mu' I
: OF tiffin t hi' nth ilay of
'j I tax .ItM'.l I.. issue I"i,, In .ul nald enlatu .lie I'Hiiulrml' lo \ : : ; V : S.'PItlali.'l -
:i'I Fm'uzza a-d mid children I of',, The! anmver Is t the uutomohlllHts I rin-.laiic., with laxv Hnl.t'i.i'(iii cert, Illralrt.IIIIII..H a'u pay.l':ih.'lr\;! Hill.) IIIIH| forlhwllli, : todm A I fi olhorwlHO l the ;alI.MiiH.iiiH -

'1'1 I IIIIV llIe. ore (lie guests. of her HIGHWAYS[ ; WITHOUT[ COUNTY TAXES who use tliu highway; *, wlio arelargely .." | l th> rnll.iwhitf i I ,1"Hrrlh..1"ro'orlY I iinili'rHlMii.'il.. u.lmlnl..lllr.ThlH I .'oiifoHHuil' of, 101 \ill l hIS takt'iian

mule and aunt :Mr. ail N rim. John i iOrlffls. si t timid"ed t In I llnuironlC. .t A. n 1927. by Hllil .1..r.I..nt.
/ nonrrcHldeuts.. I I \tt\y <> .1 iiiif. Il' ,IK rusmittu-I', i '," ... hi. nrili -
paying no lilt t l.'lol'I.In. l' u II .
A J. 1'IIJ.lmllll"lr.
"\ .
I If'uHtlntiPd i from TiiKe/ Two) business. depression ; and North:O< other form of Klorlil.i taxes. The "H'i'; fit Hlj of HV''p| of BWI' ,, Hn,'. Arlof .. I or of Urn .I"le I i h.' pnhllxlii'il| oiifo w."k forr.iin

Hoy and Calvin ]Morgan} / of
oi. Miirys. were the wtketidth.4ta .. i|> ns si l duO bunds. not feel the depression.. Her I Increase tim more economical 1 t to the motorists i.HH..HHin.'til, ..f. Mil III, j'i l liiinilv| (1-21 I SltRlll.IK. ""): il: In sumil; ,I :I I'oniily!: ::: t iiowHpap.'rpulillxli. anil, Hlatu.

.. of their ,"u'ellill Mr. and I|! I .
lo pay I this> i Interest. as theprice I i hf """U' of Iiuk iu'ieii.
Mrs W. M lIIor ,m. I tin to tux themselves for tho I she I I'nl.'HH Hlllil eurl Illrntu Khltll I hoI. Mil'II II (M.'iil II.I W. AI.I'I.I: L\N.
|: con lie to getitlKxe money spent upon of having, the '
roads ,
now or . Cuu'I.I .
of C.len "lr'IIL
OrllllH .
Itobert and .
Truliy I .1. "IH'.I I lit uillig t <" TaV. tax lln.'tl .
roitdft? roads.
i Mars t lie week-end I with 'I), paved within the next 5 yeiirs. as against/ will josh th t ...."..ii mi i I HIM jilt h ilny"I .Voll.i'I IH KK.'ll. I Hint l I.y xll-lil.) of I,1. .\. t01"I'k11'
A. No. Tlio Loud miles of pnvroiuls What we are about to say must i having thai ii'tlaln' I'Xe.ullon I IHHII.T.I I 'oputy .
: them at I the end of an Indefinite I AllHUMt' A II. 1927. nn
John :.:.
and) Mrs I / A.SU KNIlillT
.r parniMi 1',1] are to be paid for axel It.IL'"ly not ho considered us a .reflection I I t period. The motorists,, : ( I I. %V. yU.liKHMAN! I : .' "Iy 2.lh. IH27 liv (il. VV. Alilurnnia" ", S.,11. l ." .
Gi-HIlH. HIT ,,, (lr'\\1 I'li-ik ill.'' 'ml iinii I I. lira.lforil t ".III.I.II.lls.
.. out of Ihe. proceeds. of tlio our highway t department. < 'I!1. ik of C'liciill ( tii. Urn. Conn-'
.__.. I IOrlall upon going to conllmic' to pay the ":,ulnty. Fl.irliln.lly iv. .Kiorl.la." ,on thai I 'i-i. 'lain. Juilirninnt H-G.r-I. :
Hiilc of the debentures. Candor 'OOlI'IM us to say that anlimpectlon sumo gasoline I IIIM-H: and motor licenses \I'. A KNHIIIT. of I tin1 llanli.. of Htatk' *., u corporation
<.Mllulcl)1l1ll1ll"JlOrt) will i ) Q.Vlia will be the Una no la] effort of their current reports whether the highways : 7-2:1-Gt-8-26: L'ttut.'hulk., : iiniplalnaiil' se I* :fl. I'm-: ', 'I 'eIh-1l's: H tIll
; are .. anil{ ; ; : --
he established here.liidlautown.52loont. of Issuing! I these debenturoH. ? .mil a general knowledge/ of the built I no\v or later I ruder I this phinthere : -:- I ,Mill.lilalncil' I J.V.Auiuixt. I liliHHon.I. IU.fiin.lantH till l I liav.' N'oil.I .. IH in ii Isilvc" I hit un.l..ranil I
A. The flnanclal bonent roads of our state reflects credit II NDIKI 01' tri'l IC'IIOIOH II ., 1.9'I iilnu I of I that "i-l,' llnaltit. I
great Is no i lm.-rc'uls' I In these I taxes I T" \ 111 1:11: i \IM':it .i .< .MOV. I II l.\li il upon, anil, \\ III olt.'r for HILt! ., leu .if l I'm I'l-luHtiro, ma.lo an.l.
of the iHHiinnce of the first $ 4O.- I upon them for what t they list i-n nrnmpllshed I Ii- folionlnw, IUII.IM. in liriuiroi.l" ionil.'nil -
hotel to ulldI".II"CS\ over what t they now I TTT or mi (.IM" u ti, .. mi ..lnl27, A H I'U7 l.y
lie erected In thin city.OrIaiido7OOIO lOO.OOO) of debentures and, the distributing <' with the funds. I they are. Hut there Is n real economy 1 I. it'i (II"" III TN.,11. VWl"'"lly I ,I.-.J.'loilila.. 1 acre, I .wll'III /HW SW\eorn.ir. nf ",."",'u"l., A / Ailklnx, .1",1", .. ,.f lh. 4

/ of It to the counties ran ![ have hud at their cent mmiii mmd., I Hut : III Jlilh i I .' ",1,1.1, I In .",.t
I Ih'ot. .
In the plan' provided In I this pl.-ur: :; I' <. ,IM her,..i\ Klv.ii 'Unit rV.. iii.2. Twp 7 K, lEaiiK' tin,. lilinir.,1.1 i 'I'ul" '1"1,1.., .
hardly. be nver'l' tlmlltpd. The relief -lit stands lo reason In road building 22 I], for lie pniioH.| < of HntlHfvfiiKalil thatii'ilaln
The Mii.ir.i
plan rapltall7.es I I I I Putt Immunity I t I ht.I'i r lIt lax < urtllli'iile Nn. .an.,. tlm." A. MorKni -
to lie expended ,
{- t'Xri ill lilt. I I. th.t .01
liluhfHl lii.l.l.'f
It will give to ninny of these as In house building or litany from taxation which t lie I 171 iKHueil 6th tliiv "f .lulv. A. "li. ,' IK I'liinplaliinnl, ,. .1' Davis
for paving and, newer systemIn I highwayauthority I !I'.ILT him III.-.1 Anhl .tllI'nl" In Tut .iiHh on Alon.lav l.tu-pl-iiub.'t. ,' bl li, : : 1 : ; : :
countICH and to their taxpayers Is other similar enterprise, that i'.i niv I.in I II. T. KIM IK, J. !". lvlc'klllir I wl.l.ui.i.
| will enjoy as an Instrumentality .." 'mid, h.." "niii.ti' (ii "I""tI"n" for :,1:3h.: 'ilnrlnif I I\\ho: 1.7lhl".i':: '':' of sulu.' ., (I*. J .
this |
city. greatly needed.. All of them ran It: Is. cheaper to proceed under a I t of government. i Us do- tn< deeil I.. INMII.I therein. In ar- ,nt of lli.i ,.'u ,,r :Hi.::. ,T Ill! I 11 l.lloKIU, !l 1'111..1.1., .I "1\ '. I 1'1 l 'l'ut"H.. W

u.HH the money to public good. comprehensive. fully I I llnunced plan biint n res will boar tlio low rate of | i ,'.I, illlll., ,' Wllll I Ifl, U' "Hntil, I r.>>l lll.'llll I I oiirlhoiiHM" In Hlarki.' Itiailfonli .,,..r".I"IM. I ,.. II.,,In''OIII..I."' SI.iI | .- '_
'ounty, J..I."III.
Key ''''csl. --Work to stait soon Likewise the ..upending/ $ -10.1100.000 ( .-- t luin It Is. to work by piece-meal.\ Interest which I I finbi ut. "-0 I lli<- f.ill.iwlnv, .H.rlli..l w. j. iiM'iii.sii.\: nil iniiHl-' !- Si Ill C' t., 1.. I ho

on construction of new high per year for G years within all Supplies ran bo bought In large/ bear. The tax-exempt securities I Ipioiu'rly. Kim liii r.ltiiat.i.1). wit In Itruilfonl, L'ou nI" I Shi'i'lfr, Iiiuii" r..rl Connlv, l1Ii.Iut" I "'.I"HI nntl, 1.,1 1"1101'. In frolt, of
revenues from 10' : I Hi.I "HiHIH.- .
school gymnasium. countIes Including those that are quantities I I and, therefore cheaper gasoline taxes and motor licenses W 12 A of "HW1, .f :NH'." :''j. Hec. 811" !KS III I I I't'! it,. KNIlillT.All..i fonl:: :foiinly"' jirlla:|: ::;:i; on I Moinlay!'; : ,Ihur'lrih S
'ii.'y.lor" I I'lainlirr.'
now without paved roads canlllddlY crews can he kept more uniformly! deposited In the sinking fund anil, I" 'Tho X. S.aHHcHNment II 22 I I':.. of 12 'Hah" ''),,.propi'iiv' S. -r.I-II-3, tlllllllHT;,I I, .lay:I till'of It'HTtLl Hi:;|.it.'iiihur hours, : of A. half I li. ,11)27 fur,

) fall to produce a tremendous and continuously employedrrc'iglit ; the Investment of them are also .',' Maf.Iirl' IMfatn |tssutpl| WUH In I till- 1,1 lull Imufylmums Hlllil .!Kllllll

Accessories Trim a business stimulus which will and haulage; charges ran he tax-free, and therefore can ho40 the niiniM ...fV. .!I"'. l-'iill..r. \ttiiSIIi's' Ml.E: I I Ixiin-H'lllllpllHI', I lln follnwlliK ili.Herlhn.l renliHtiil. I

bring u high degree of prosperity.We leduced I lie whole work can be : Invested ns to I'nloHN ..,,1.1 frtlMi-nt.i' I Khali hn i N'ol leo IH rulypci. v"l1 that uml"< .', 'Itluitciusi..I' b.'liiK 'In llla.lfor.lconniv .
earn higher r
rntoof ,1..1
: | aii'.tr.llnM: to 'law IHJC .1..1 l | ,
may well anticipate an Inflow' Integrated: on a more comprehensive Interest than I the highway; 1111Ihm'lly ulll I I IKHIIO. t tuor.oii tin u tho 2'lth: day I,,i.uI I l liv. vlo..r I i .1011'1"i t llmiltlccri'i. I Thu, Klorlila!Kami: liulf I ,-of Wit : Honthuaift
of population a rejuvenation of and economical\ basis. ,.AllKUKt, A l I' l i927.I of finiM'liiHiiro' a nil "idei.4! 'h. -
I will Its .. ii( aaller I of tho Honth I ..iiHtIIHIIII.T.
Smartly Simple pay on debentures., Mile I 0111 It. ," ,1 itIil.'tcul, hy, I"|""-
I I. v. .\f.III
bnslnesn and n recovery from the QHut Is It economical to nMAN .. ox.-i'lil onu ( I ) In
pay The 'questIon therefore is whether Clerk of Circuit "niirt. III' .{Itlr,1 iilalil. \ / ,\'.k 111M. .1. ",IN''' of HIM. in.i a
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shrunken values of agricultural the Interest I'lrcnll Com, I, In nnil for HouthwHHl! corner. 1 I H uII.m -
charges which will i It Is advantageous to I the I '..unlfY. |.*lnrl.lii. lira.lf.uil. t .111 .
Frock 1M lids. North .Carollna began her have to be paid on the debentures? IRIs to have the best roads promptly -j fly C. A. KNICIHT: .I futility II "M"' ulu'i''ln Kl.n, lilu..,' llra.lfoi.l In" hulL .I'-ilaln. clilp i. 1'\\"IY-'oV'( "- ..17. -

comprehensive road program just A. Hefore answering this. question enjoying: I them as t they pay ami 1-lt-'il--S |tuiy| clerk.MMI Hank I a cm i iiorallon. IH >.oinplalnaiitanil .. .O"'IV' 'lw..I-'I'w.l I I US) Kant "0".11-1.IKO

before the coming of a nalonal let us ask and answer the letting future motorists. also pay ... ; LItri. 'i.ii- i"KIN 1.011 her: I I llalny' ; llaii.11.: : ; I""II..I'I'h.'' I lluixlfl' : hI II Ilr. nitre. !IL:or I..H.I. .
'1' \ III.J.U: : i MIIII sl4 'l'IU'tI hiiHlianil, .Mam I ,it widower KSIII'r. I
I 777 or. TIM.: <..: \ t-ii: tl.i Hutu" ItoHi'ab.'i," s H "".1 I'ho.'iitx A. H. r 1'.1.1"': l. I :1.HI.r I .... I
TilE GREAT % \\N or. 11127 t II Illlly Company, a roi-poi-iillori, amili'fenilantK 'II"W"
AMERICAN HOME vth.iii'in. I I. J. .I.. Krax.-ii :.11'11" r. i i'Iii' iilalnnnt.iilll I -

Xotl.H. IH h..r'hyv'n that' li. \V. was iippiiliiii-.l Hpuclal, I Muntur, 'In H-r..ll- ':
--- -- --_. ;M.I..P.liolilur of lux .,..,.tllI..ato No. Cliiili.--iyi | |fi I havo luvl..1 IIIM.IIall \
III.I iNHlli.il Illh .lity ..t July All. of I ihoHo c.'rtalii lanils <|I".l'I'1 locil,) iiTO
I I'lgr:' IIIIH Illoil Haf.l certincaln'' Iii myollloo In nalil. llnal I il I.., li'u. of forocloHiiri.. I "ttmir'iiii.lm'.--
uli.l IIIIH tnn.lp, an. follown: Lot one ul lll.ick 3 (if
,..... I lax rloe.l. lo IHI.II., thiTcon Hiipllriitloii In for I .'ninlf'K to I Its. Town nf .Tnk.i "I.I.t I I at th.. roKiilar
accor.lanee I III.Ii"N': : ni I .
"-iii: / M{>. AS: All ?;? with luw Hnl.lrl" Illruli.fiiilii'ac Hlai.- li ii. Kaniti, I I:" ut tlm: HoulhciiHti {1..1".1." ,Bllnir( I IIIS7 I ,",,I In,, of'.1'111,101" In i I d,
AcX ''. I Imp 'followin\ .("HcrlliiMlpicny orner I of I Ihe IMI.THI-I ion of Mill t I I lianil .. .I.IIu..e.

-.' -- ;. \ I AIJ' | MI I 1..1..1 In llrnilforil.! Coun, Walnut HIICHIH, In th,' l I'.t."r:: II"lurlll.I I ..11.I'.rMIN'.1, wil t"'k.
./ 5lWAt4iZ5 i b ty. Klorl.ln, to-wlt: NWJ :of Ki.ctlon: an. 'l'wl'I | K. ri 1'1.1""I.t I I u "III.nll I I par.Ion
: : : I Of treut
I.,.,. a Kant, liii u.int.I uii.l i : ; ; I ,1 rnli.rIIIK -
's r.. II .r Illk 32 In J M John bftlnK In I liruilfor.l .
/ -. //"OW ;4W" ';'C'J11II .\'li, lei "Hlnrkn In 1 HK', ; of HWh. (*<.<.. .. I'oniily, 1..h..III.. anil. will on W'lil.'h: H II I h lnii.nl WIIM .oiivl.'tu.l t.;, .'omnil: I a .' ; oC
*_ ZH. Tp. 6. H. It US I U.Th.f :. 5ih .lay of H 'n..inl I ls"r nt fa.Ii"l'r I I ,
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: TA \ .... c1-: 1-j: UMH<*NHiiicMit of Hal.I property A. >. Iel wem'n, hI l lKal; I hoiirn:: l.r.5 .urt.t, Ilra.lfor.l y,
/ ____ '- .. : .f Hiil. 1"1"1'1'1.' sontnnced for two
/ iiniler' Hal.l I ct'rllllrnti I IHHIIM., wan In In front nf I tin court liouna 131.1.,1
=- "l/Vu/ I I lt lot> name of It. M Hnarkmtin. iloor, In t4tuirk&i'I'rlmtui, nrfi-r. thHIIIIIO "
4 ,. *= '> t't) lpss Miil.l,: I'nrt; I lll.'iitp, Hluill:: I b" for Hiiln. Inset. cell Mmlii, | lumln, ., :, AITICHIFZ..
:;t1 SP Spr f?. ltiP' .. ,... ..... / r.*<.lt>eme.| nefMirtllnir I to law I lax <]<*...1 G.I.R19.U.J..I.

\ ;;;.... .- c t' wilt iHMiifi tli.rtt.in on the 2'Jtfl day
I .J of AllKUDt, A I U. !1927.I. .:
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Hl! mIIWT' : \ clerk of Circuit I' ,.,. lirHilfar.l I" hlr"by Klvun that he ,Icw-rIlol
"" .I ,.., numilliis .. thI. "I"wllN' '"nls wIll I,n Hol,1
'Irrn'l'll I
/ 1', / / I ) County Klerlila.. I lie' tI.I. II, ,1"IIII'IINI'V I iN $1l"rl-.tl4ltt: II
I 9' ala I I
1lm/II" dl h.IIK
1;: ( /1 \ ny ('. A. KNHIIIT, ro".1 "'I ..r 14'Hii it I "' i 1 riulu.... 'h. "''h''H' t 1'.1'' .I s-It 112 i II I ,". .
I I \ 7-23-5t--26 Ucputy C'lelk.xnun lucy I 1. .I "I H" itltH' I I' mi'i.f aM I I I I. I.,
i l fl..iiieiluiry
ii.' .
I LJ" vp ,_ i'J-____ op .\ i'i'i..iiiov- --Pelt-, '' Mlii'h :::: 1.11(1 a'I t.I. .us,,I cci.su, .ie O"I"HI\'t .ci,,tic' r'! l'n I ,in-r,w'im.II'I I i lp.I Ii I liii or,.."At

I ') Tlllll.lt 777 or: : '1'11"I.I Mil-: ::11 sI:4lu, : \ _____________ _______ jr. of ..rkl. ,

I. '' or 1027Ntloe : I

? ffr I ,-' \ Iu.ul'rlptlin. Nip. '%', Tn .r ?
IK h..r..hy "Iv..n I that U. f. I. to.I.
"! flit ",'" h'.Iii"r of lux u-c lll.'ilto I N',. l."t r Ilk 6. I.. T. & Co. '
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154. Innuo.l 6th Uy a f July. A ll. mlii.
( 25
t 125.! tic,. nln.l nal.l certlfl.'iitu In my ,..:.t 12.1 < OH7 C frac. I 23 II. Q. Macon -___ ___ 7 U
\ \ ? ..m.... ..".1 hiiM made ,npiiliratlon I I for .., on W xl.lft .II .x u-
tn ii \ tax. deed] to |IH"ue thenton tn nef I S ft. loin 7 N.Ilk. June
I' ___ ? ..1'.1..ne.. with I I lit w. "Sit t.I uri I Illcatnmltrftff I 21
I !pir" p II'F't # .< ,ii the followlnir .1("si's-i Iu.l I Loi.ln e Illk C N. J. June I 22 >lr8. s. L. Alvarr _. .__ 37051C.

rdciLJ property Mltuatml In. Iiradfor.l Count- ...1 ill it 22 .

ly Klurliln A In a. ,H'I.towltR | In NR our of 5jlof: I Lot Lot I Ilk 21 I "'t"liIiIcis"-...I"R .d.1,.|.1.1||| H 211 I U .1. 'r.terr I iiick.y. :;:: :.::.::;;:;: |JJ?

I r: HI-: '/ Una. 20. Tp. 7. I R: ft. 22 K., 6 ..t 5 "Illk 2.1 T.-miilH. 2Z.1 U ?. I..k. __ __ __ ____ 231
"HU young woman of ten vars ago ne\'crxnuidered I arreH.1'hA. lI Ilk -J'l! ,.*. .lot II nd.l.n I 1.0. .Jiffon __ ---_-______ 22
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nflHftNMment of itnl.l! .1.1.
he "',a> ,'.irrvitly drowcil, for undt-r sin iii rertltleato. IMMUA.I uropirrtv wa. t Intit. .\ I .Illk 30 r'" ,'k'H a.l.l 2 24* rt 22 ('. '- J. I.. l'PMk .___*-___. 2217

the evening, until -' nnd t worked her .* nanifl of Mm. I *. 1 I. Norton. .% 'hIlt III f'xpk'it a.II) U I 24 n.' I,, & J. I. luck ______... ix I
22 .
I 'nips. .u. Iii rortlllcatv Khali hr .. .'1 |hilt t|| l'-k null'1. 2, S I I I., { .1 I. I..k ________ 221
P'linful '''ay irtd long wiiilc: gloves. ,,.Mf>m...l Mrcor.llncr I to law. run fl eu,iMl I M 3 3 Pucks a.II I 22 r'. I. L. ________ U r,21
Hut now in the evening one's, arm go will IKKIJ th..r..on on tin 2fth day ,\1 Ilk. H.". !"I. 1 M 2 2: I' t. / J. I. ..* __________ 2l.30

gaily in ball a dozen bracelet that match ...f AllKUKt A I.).W.1927fi. AI.DKn.VfA.V. (."I'.k'. 2 add.ii 7 10 Tilk 35 2 g 22 C. L' J. L I'oek -.________ JJ.iJ

or harmonize with one's nhort necklace. Clerk of Circuit i'urt. Kra.lfor.1f'ounty. Ivi-k'H a.l.l 2t S '
Klorl'lil. I...' u IHk :I ir, 1i'i 22 ( J. .9. I. t'uek _. __ 9
The U lovely is o 21 gq
lady above wearing a very ;U Manila
By C. A. KNHIIIT, '-''" 1 ; M A WU lo" Murvluk' .____-"II_ g.
'frock peach-colored/ crepe ..\Iln, whose / 7-2-Ct-8-2"!) |'..i uly Clvrk. ink a* lv e k'. a.l.l .
I 22 C I.. J. I. Peek ___ __ ,
large dower 01( niuuswline de ole emphasizes --- loll or ink A & f &
Th 'i',> i'in; I"t IM.IC )'" '. ..,1.1 I
the rOIlY tone of the fabric.; The ;. / Lot.7 a Hlk n IlUlnK'H 2, 8 :a C. I. J. r. Peek _. ._,._. 1.1
Take. notleA that: nt th. regulur a.lil _.
edges ol the flower are picoteJ in 1(111,1 mrKintt of the Hoard, of Har.lonn In Iii''. 7 -S Illk C HIsln '.21' I 2 J. M. Rising ________. _______ 411
metallic lhr.id, repeating the Rt'ld of the Hrplrmbrr. 1037. In l'nllnha.uep, a.l.l I. ,

slippers buckle and jctrtlry. The I III froik Florida! the nn.l..mlKn.rl will mink l lapplication Com at ) i r>(2H 8 23 'r. J. Terry -_________--__ 1.1 ::1
for a pardon for the HKl.: t"'o'\v.rafrt
in one piece with a graceful llattcr.. of crime of monte r In the B cond d.- I ,v Itn. :. r'Innfl. to"

picot IKe,1 l drapery at the left hip:; and : wree. to which the applicant? pla.| th...... N 1rl"I"...,
trntltjr At fh. Spring. Term of cnurtof 1 lun.l 24] ft. to
a pt. lit it
at the right shoulder the V shaped! l decol- .
Ilra.lfor.l County' Florida.l 'In 1917, l. thi>nre N 4U ft. W
letage Is cut low in back (CV l>'"iA *9-7 and wa ..nt.nc.u to lIfe Imprison 380 ft. 8 475 ft. K 810 ft.

m..nt. J" h. Pt. "' t> in
ty BMIcrui) 7.29-3t.I-U NOAH TATUJft. 'f :
EU o* $k'/ 4a. t, 22 Mil.
-- I Itachel :Arthur 124Flun.


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RR.1DFOlf.APTY FRIDAY, \'Gt'ST 13 1921'
: FIGIfTa :
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Probably she "walked a mile" to find little Willie smoking acigarette !>I large crowd of young folk at her horticultural I I I operations Is more ested. Far too much money is be.
Bradford County Telegraph home last. Thursday night to a'''needed than managers who realize ing literally wasted along' that
rabbit tobacco and\ the blame
1 j of advertising gets dance Everybody: reported a flue ,,, that It I la just as necessary that line by managers; and operatorswho
1879 instead of the natural desire every boy has to imitate the' time. farm and grove properties earn seem to think that the average -
{t ESTABLISHED IN Miss Bert Ice :Norman spent profits as It Is for other business farm and grove owner Is merely -
,,. grown-ups.! I I0 i: Tuesday afternoon as a guest of enerprlaes In which the farm and playing another game la the

-- -- :Miss Kursulla: I Simpson: ,, grove owners are generally Inter- "play-ground America."
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class !Mr. and Mrs. Hunk l Deckles and :j,I
Doylt-!) 'arlton of Tampa has made his announcement forte '
I Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida daughter. Vtda. of Lake Duller
huh> l'nol"s' chair opening; his campaign with a tirade di- were vltfllng her mother, :'olrs.Iary!
j j \ K.!: S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher ,,!' :Molt Sunday. afternoon. We 0
ivi'U-il at the present head of the state road department, I I I Mr Wade Walnwrlght': of Jacksonville can charge your

: J. C. Robinson_________________________Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION Funs Hathaway. 1>1', Hathaway has made good in his difh'cutjob was visiting his pni-i'iitx "ES UKS
:-Mr. and :Mrs G.V.. Waluvvrlght I 0
of building a system! of state roads and Sir. Carlton will', Sunday night. STORAGE BATTERY inSmith's .

KATE neMT Climb to the governor's heat by belittling the work and I i' :Mr and !Mrs. George Thomas of
Hastings; were visiting !Mrs.!' Thom-
in Advance < I
$1.50: Six Months, 75c--Payable record of one who might him.
Yearly ; oppose as' sister, Mrs. J. II. 'alnwhll'hl': ,
Advertising Rates on Application o Sunday afternoon. Starke
j. Mr. and Mrs Rob Cone and two
.. I So this i is civilization: Indiana Bank Robbed, Trial Date children of Gainesville were visiting Garage ,

!' Starke, the well-pa\c-d town. i i Set for Olliccrs on :Murder Charge. Floggers Given R to 10111'14. relatives here Sunday
:Mrs.: Harry Edwards: and little
o \\' Jails crowded Sanitary Conditions Bad. .. .
Woman who daughter.. Helen of Gainesville, 1 -' -

I The advertiser gets the cream.o i'Shot Herself: Expected to Recover Officer Shot in Back by were visiting relatives here Sun- I II
;:, day.
Hum Runnel. Bandits Rob Drug Store and Escape. BankerConfesses :Mr. Owen Carter :Misses Gladys I I

Wha do you think of a pay-up week for Starke? Forgery Convicted :Murderers Break Under [ and Janet Carter were visiting at
:Miss Gladys :Norman's-: Saturday One Man And
1 oNo Strain Drunken Husband Kills Patrolman Must Build New'i night. ,

fence law carried in Putnam county by bit majority.ANOII Jail or ('ut Long Sentences. I '1iitls'ul\i: :: > l.'.\I"IS h --. i l I II'

n this ........................ L. 10'. Godwin, minlser.J AIHH/T NK\V.: I'OH) li i -

i Park has a nut I specialist at work In that section *. LAWTEY{ J I :Miss Louise Pitts Is. hoarding at : Chicago Aug R. -This description His Town--- .

week : he home of !Mr. and !lire J. S. of the new Ford cornea from I'
I Io Mr.. 1.7.: I'. llumt-r, ('"rAn .. IS'ormnn. I Detroit: I

the streets to be :..4.........e4.y, nwq** I TWO WKDIUVHH' : j '-I>r INTKRKST: It Is modeled on tho Lincoln, I
Preserve the trees as far as possible along I I low slung and will he on the market I II
enjoyable midsummer event 1 AT KKVSTONKThe : .: I In a month.

paved was the mliuellniipous shower glv- I The new engine has a larger; ,,
en at the home of Mr. and Mm I '.nr..rm.ltu I u".l. I
o fj.W. I, bore and longer': stroke and<1 will it
twice southeast corner of :\Iadi- Roberts of Lawtey In honor of many friends of Miss Clara. i I IIIJ said, develop speed' of S5 miles |
worth looking at nussard and Mr. J. Edwin
Spots :Mrs. I.onnle Harley Jr., a bride of an hour in second gear': and 68 : A himself is
i both of Keystone 1 Heights' man by one man-nothing
wn anti Walnut July. The hostesses which In. : wereIsurprised miles an hour In high. Four wheel I'
eluded Mesdames r:. W. Roberts, J. j to learn of their marriage I ,
I I brakes and balloon tires are standard more. Multiply him by hundreds or thousands -
o T. Moore and I':, D. Galloway met which took place Thursday equipment

1 Xot a cough in a carload of Florida sunshine.-Times- their guests In a charming manner sic morning room at August Keystone': 4th, Inn.In the mu- I The car, It Is said will sell for i: ''I I I or millions, and he becomes a town
'and Dithered them Into the '
living from $30 to than the
$50 more
Union. Nor a stroke in ten thousand. room and screen porch which was The Rev. n, W. Morton of present model. It will appear In I I'I'I' I or a city or a nation.If .
0 a bower of beauty with potted Gainesville performed the ceremony I two-tone colors and with almost :
i and Mr. and Mrs. F. !M.Wulrath '
i plant, zinnias and rnnnns. The
combination the de-
They have to use dynamite to fight mosquitoes( in Martin bride was attired In a lovely frock were the only attendants. any may he succeeds in the world, so will doz-
sufficient. of flowered and I The other guests were Mrs. I). W. sire.Full I'
county. Up here fly swatters are organdy was presented I crown fenders, such aa are
to the Kuests by the hostess. Morton and two children< Janet used on the Lincoln, longer and ens or hundreds or thousands of his asso-
o After a series of contests and other and Davis and Mrs. !May and lines, ..lx- I
more sweeping body a ciates.
The best joke of the week-Eustis Lake Region advertising tames, little Misses Patsy Lee I, daughter; Anno Hill of Jackson I, Inch lower suspension Lincoln- i I If he fails, so will a greater or less
Roberta and Annie Catherine ial- ,Mlle, who are guests; at the Inn type bullet head lamps bumpers i number of others
!I'' two good( second-hand typewriters for sale. loway arrived with the family The room was attractively de- front and rear as well; as the depending on the size of

I 0 wash which when opened revealeda rorated with yellow daisies, ala' bright; color comblnalons, are said I his business. Every man affects more than
basket of lovely gifts for the manda and pal met toes which were I
to add to the attractiveness of the
The driver is a very essential part of an automobile, and honoree. These were admired by 1, arranged( to form a bank before machine I' : himself by his actions.

Duval county officers insist that autos be lit up. .nil present. The host esses served which the, couple stood during the The motor Is a four-cylinder I
their guests; which numbered 35 i ceremony ,
head type, cast in block with a'' I I
0 delicious refreshments consisting The bride wan lovely In a simple If he to conduct
t 3 7-8 Inch bore and a 4 1-2 inch neglects his business '
!of lultl frtilttl Ire cream and White gown of white georgette/ made '
stroke, developing 2,500 to 2,700 :
A wife 1 and a baseball umpire are very much alike. Neither Mountain rake. The guests Included In the prevailing/ mode with a I revolutions per minute. A high', : along the proper lines, if he neglects to.

considers a man safe when he is out.-Dade City Banner. I Mesdamos. Chas. Dlnklns large bertha collar. She carried i, gear gives the car Its speed. I'i : I
"lay by" for
K. M. Nennette., 11. niKBs, A. ,' pink roses and honeysuckle and An especially heavy crankshafthas < I something unexpected emer- {
0 >H. P. I.. Dlnklnfl F.. 'wore u band of silver leaves about
Hurley. H.Wells.
''her hair. a patented device for doing ; gencies, if he fails to avail himself of the
Lonnle )Flitch, T. 'Wainwright '
Times-Union carried a picture on its front page Friday away with vibration. Oil pump
Ht'bf'f'1L'hllt'hend, )K.: 1':. 1 ThetueMta nt the delightful services of I
forced feed oil system oil purifier, I a modern bank he
under the heading( "Fastest Thing in the World." Make your I Burney. I. II. Hill, )K:. L. fiallo- wedding, breakfast served after water pump and other refinements I endangers I ,

own way G, W. Hoberts, J. T Moore, .I IT [tin- wedding were the Rev. and I I make an entirely new motor : not alone his own future, but the future of i
guess.What's .
J, Terry t 0 1'erklns. Myles. J. I.,. llnrrel I). and !lire Wulrath. |I T, the car being new from one end :,
'I become of the writer who used to add the post- i "'. !Moore, II. P. CoxV.. II. Kilwardi. Mrs; 1.1I1'II"n.I who for the past ]I to the other. ,J
)Fred I More: M. K.: ErIwards. '::5uai- has had charge': of the primary -'. U will have Lincoln style rudlaI Use the Bradford County Bank in your I I
script "State press please copy. -Starke Telegraph. lIe : \olI1elIner! Lonnie Harley, { department of the Keystone i I!: tlon Lincoln type rear end sys-
Tribune. Jr., Misses Arthurlne and Catherine 'HolghM" school U. well known and tern, Houdallle shock absorbers business-we can hqlp you.
t got lio1coul"IIged.Tumra : Hlnnchard, Itlanche Fturney, hns made many friends In Florida I II IIr. I land. new steering mechanism. The' i
o JO'NIT"I'I'Y .and Miss HlnklnH. I :\ Larson Is prominent In all :!|' dash will be fully equipped! with iI

I Add Famous Saying : "I do not choose to run.-Tampa Mr. and !Mrs. L. II. Hill are ,,clvlr, activities, Is a member of I i ijtl speedometer, gasoline: gauge': oil I I
I having: their homo In' Lawtey re- I Iv'iird of c-ouny commissioners entice ammeter. dash !light and''
Tribune Addenda : Latest definition of "choose" scrap I I modeled, which when finished and general manager of the Law-I I, switch controls. The gasoline)
i will be very attractive. !I renee Developing Company. I .
of I I tank Is a newly patented tank In
)paper. !j School opened In Lnwtey Mon Mr. and Mrs. Larson left Im- the cowl. The car will appear' in I
o-- day morning; with a line force of mediately for a trip north where six models.
teachers and a record attendanceof they will visit relatives and I' : BRADFORD COUNTY BANK"Bradford
Avery 1'01iri\ the musical paragruphcr for the Times- children which numbered 171. friends of both. They will be at --.r.\s.-n. MII.TO\-:: ---

Union and we rifle" to inquire what sort of an instrument i is a I 1 Mr and 1\11'11. W. K. Torode home In Keystone Heights after

docket and the kind of noise it makes when sounded. I have moved back Into I heir home September 1. i The body of James R. Melton, County's, Financial. "
after upending some time at their :.13, of Monllcello: was brought to Stronshold"' J
o cottiiKe on Lake Kingsley.Mr : | JnhnwSu111der4lllolher Sllrke'pdneHdny morning and I J '

Style authorities have given permission for the up-to-date I all,1IrK.! Hill of Jacksonvlllo -' marriage of much\ siirprise i' taken! o Santa Fe cemetery near ) : .
were In Lawtey Saturday. {! nn dinlerest to their friends Hampon, for burial, DeWltt C. I' :_._
miss to continue displaying half a knee. Two halves equal a !Mr. and Mrs. AV. I*. Wooten and was. that. of :Mrs Vivian L. Saunders Jones, mortician II In charge."I'F.GIi -
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} of Keystone Heights, and Mr.Archibald '111111/"W"'I/.I/"I/, / / / / '."mwuleauu' ; "',, ,-..- -
three children have returned l Jiome'after mmeeuawwnwsunwwewwnl' / / '' '' w
whole ''
reasons some, with the result there are no half-way '" '?'' .fl'o'ut''' ''4U''I ''''"/' '''' ,//'' /' ,
a very pleasant motor trip: H Johns of Starke, || : ; i'1'S TIU'I'K | 11',1111'f f$
measures I Iu up In Georgia the former home of, which took place In Ocala on July I' "
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31 et, nr-1
Mr. Wooten. The Wannee branch train ,
I enjoying I i Owing to the 111 health ot'' ,rived) In Starke lute Wednesday)
Wonder if there will be a sweeping change in fenders on1' :Miss Louise Tliede DeLand Is ; her mother !Mrs. Johns will remain on account of damage' ; to the air '
delightful visit at with
the new Ford car?-Times-Union. And a lifting movementfor MiHs Leulla Tat inn. She will return -I Keystone Heights; for n line sustained In a collision with1:
while. |lone of the big trucks .
the ? Bradford And twiston bome'f'rlneMday.. hauling rock
Telegraph. a place to -
the -
on I Hrooker road. The
Mr*. G. "'. Itoberta and daughter ; !Mr. and Mrs Carl (ieringew: ald, I IMr. "1'1-1|
piece of \\ire? News | dent) happened Wednesday. mornI -
a hay Jasper
Patty Lee are visiting her parents : and Mrs L J. Klotz .and son I; .
ing at Hrooker the truck coming
o in I*>Land. Kenneth, all of Jacksonville spent I'I
Fonw (;rlms Is home again aft out of the meelng; badly damaged. I ., 443 t
Sunday, August': tith as guests; of y. I Ii
Aimee claims that she is broke. she'll The driver escaped Injury.A .
Maybe come *r an Intense of several weeks Mr. and !Mrs, W. T. Walker and ,
Florida next winter to make another fortune.-Tampa Tri- Mr Bn Howe was In Jacksonville two sons. Junior and Tommony, of TllKKTuM-.l"Tir''KlllIIlJsT: : I

bune. Back numbers cannot recuperate in Florida as both Taesday.1dis..; ,iCtinlre.!: Whitehead spent their Jacksonville vacation, at who Keystone are spending Heights, I I II "Have you-given him anything I)I i p4

Aimee and Billvu have found out. the week-end at her home here. I
Mrs M K Edwards few ........................ lor done anything; to relieve him 1' (Iafr
spent a I i asked the young; doctor, who had (
I o darHh h.r son. \V. H. Edward: HKII.IIKONN SlMUNfiM fared Into the backwoods! to see a pil ,.
In three instances last week the Starke Telegraph refersto and' family this week I. (:Mrs! Inn l-'orKjIh, ('or.) pa lent in he dead of a stormy

"Macdenny: Standard" in quoting. However the Jacksonville from I a R visit Reddish to relatives has at returned Plant I :..............N......: ': night.'Nell: no, doc-that Is to say :I, I

Times-Union set the example. How come-Baker ('11" I Mr. A. B. Taylor of Jackson-j nnlhln' o speak of," said the wife I ," ,
;)fr. and Mrs. John Talon spent vllle, here 'lot he patient. "I had him soak. ,
County UeiHirtcr. It's hard to teach old was visiting Sunday
) dogs new trick 1
: the I
weekend l In St. Augustine vts-
; his fee in
!Mr. \F7V, Green and daughters, ]| almolb'llIn' water with
0TheoTrilJllI1l' fling Mr I'alon's parents. Ituhy and Locn were I business visitors : ''a lot of mustard In it and I clnp- '

and the Times-Union tell us that ZifT i.s in .]Jlri 1 It It Thede and children to Starke Monday morning 'I j pen :'. red hot planter on his back Ian' I
rlMtlng In Hampton last Mlssett. Janet and Gladys Car another one on his chlst, an'I've d'
i Bradford county. ZifF we didn't know it But speaking of week' ter. Lola Reddish, Mr, Hamp An- put n duple of blister I had I' hIIh
names, did know that ( .a'it Whltehead has accepted a I drt'iiw and Truby Harris, were vvItors In the house iindor hla arms, .an' a I
you We-e-hya-kap-ka is in Polk I
r"-UOII with the road surveyorsand I to Ralford Sunday afternoon. bug ">II i i-.i ked ice to he back of ,
county? We spell it in gobs for the benefit of the linotype I' l III now working with same. Mr. Hubert Norman :\I1."pa1. i his nock an' had him drink a I !III

man.-Lake Wales Highlander. .Mr H Uurbln was carried toJwtksahvllle ma/ and Josephine Greene were pint o' ginger; tea with a clash n' I
f Sunday for treatment visitors! to Lawtey and Ralford rum in it jug as ho as he could ;
o ror all Infected eye which wall Sunday afternoon.Mr. swaller It, an' I followed that with I
Starke boy was smotheredhen the roof of a cave he was! 'J r laused, by a nail hitting; her In It A. II. Taylor of Jacksonville some garb bittern one o' the neighbors ':
several days ago. sent over, an' I had him
and Miss Ruby Greene; were take
digging\ fell in upon him. Tragedy of this kind l happened in Among those that visited Mr. visitors to the state farm Sunday. live or six pills out of a box I got I I
Jacksonville few and Mrx L. /1U Hill at their cot- morning. ),j jMr. one day of a man that. come along
a years ago. Florida earth is too soft for j I I
taxiHeart's: Desire" on Klngsley; : Klnin Lewis was a business with med-clne to sell and 1 he'shud I Get What You
successful cave digging, and parent. should not allow their 'Lake Sunday, were :Mr, and !Mrs. visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday I Inorning. three or four spoons o' pain I Want
L II W :Moore and daughter Caro- killer and one o' these sidelits
boys to )play at a game so dangerous.-Times-Union. : : .1)
lne..tlee: Sara Trenholm. Chas.
Mr. Edgar: Faultier and I Miss ] powders but I don't feel like as
(1-- I Hill and :Mr. and Mrs. 1Jo: :. Burner Eva Edwards. were visiting In Hal- It I ort to give much o' anything,

f Business men of Waldo held and family. I ford Sunday afternoon. or try to do much for him null you When You *
a meeting recently and (
agreedto II. Edwards was a visitor to Slice )o'lvIEdward... was the come allIt'e' wtw you thlk ailed It!
push the growing of strawberries in that section. Starke Jui. 'kHonvllle Tuesday guest of Misses Ruth and Agnes him Then I reckoned we could .1

1 only twelve miles north of Waldo is of the Earl Roberts l la visiting In Snpp Sunday. I get at him and really give him
one largest
Hastings for several day Miss Rosa demons was a guest 1'lIomt'lhllan' Ait aomethln' ter ,
shipping centers in the state. This fruit should produce :Mm Lewis has reurned home of Miss Annie Reddish Sunday. 1 him"--Forbes Magazine. What's the idea of sending l
visit of tires?
from Tennessee after away
a Mr. Lewis demons and two
a profitably around Waldo;:Times-Union. several week with her mother, children Orvllle and Mae. and I lilt. :MORTON /il'KSTi : Buying orders

o who has been quite Ill. Mrs. J. d. demons were visiting i OK KXCHAXGE: OM.11I ; money paying postage and
Since the opening of Starke's two chain stores, the territory .....-..-.. N..-...-...-....4W00DLAJYN Sunday.friends and relatives In Brooker I (Continued from fage One) :.I express charges, waiting days to get your

buying supplies from Starke has practically doubled, lire J. H. Walnwright; has been I: la also In the making. This la not.' tire, and then mounting it yourself.

bringing in business that has always to : very sick. She has been staying under the leadership of any maul I
gone: other towns in with !Mrs. G. II. Save
Ml.. llrlla Pklllln, Cur.i Wainwright until or department but will be a cow Money?
the past. Instead of hurting other stores the low price cash ....... she recovers and her many friends! laboratlon the whole ,,(art. The
................. hope she will be
soon well again. ''fair will be held In the
stores have, with their iiew business methods brought early fall Oh
new School opened Monday August Miss Anita Walnwright has been probably prior to the state fair no, not when we can give you Good-
customers and new money to the town. Sth, with a large attendance. staying with her friend. Miss Knstirllu In Jacksonville.. ; a .

oJ Teachers are Rev. J. T. Barnes Illness.Simpson, during her moth.er's '', One of the best. assets of the I year-built Pathfinder right out of fresh

"Fight Heard Over Radio."-Headline in Starke Tele- assistant.principal and Miss Louise Pitts, Little Evelyn !Mae demons has Penney Pennt>y-Owlnn Farms Is organization Mr. George P.at : j. stock, put it on for you, and send ,

graph. Shucks, that can be heard in great many kitchens :Miss Linnle Norman spent last been on the sick Hat this week. lloirman, the head of the horticultural ,, you away
week-end with Miss Oladys Nor- Her many friends wish her a department, as well as acting happy.
when tries i j
hubby to interfere with the 1
cooking.-Times- speedy recovery. head of the agricultural Institute. I .
Union. If those noises coming over the radio are not fightswe man.Miss Gladys Norman was shopping i'I Miss Myrtle Norman of the by both educational training and
Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. Woodlawn section spent Saturday )experience,
in Mr. Hoffman la an eco- ,
would like some information as to what classification we and Mrs. J. S. Norman visited -I night as a guest of her cousin, '"nomlst.! and realizes that every

should place them in.-Gainesville Sun. their daugbter.Irs.! Roy Denmark 1 Miss Ruhyorman.:-: >dollar spent must yield a fair re-
Tuesday Mlsa Llnnle Norman; spent Sat- turn in profit. The writer of this
o Mr Rodman Underhill and Os- urday night as a guest of her cou- ls. reasonably familiar with the !I Supreme Service Station
Stuart has a Carrie Nation who has declared the well Green of Water Oak section 'sln. Miss Gladysorman.:-: big farm operations In the state of '
war on were visiting here Saturday after- Mr.( John Forsyth and daughter i.Florida and especially the citrus I)
billboards because "billboard advertising ]has been the leading noon. / tea, spent last week as a guest of I IMr. 'growers; and If this NO. 2

agency in the formation of the habit of cigarette There will be church Saturday : and :Mrs. C. C Crosby remark may be perm parenthetl'al// PHONEI'a 83

smoking night and Sunday at Hetlbronu, Mrs. Ida Sweat entertained a ably nothing In the ..: .....-sllv.xweuaaaler



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