Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1925
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75t.. .:=-Pajahle: <<: in Advance E. S. !Matthews Owner.
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HIGH SCHOOL; 13 GRADUATE I"our Lakes I Included in I'lin-hase of Ki\08L1'.V IIEIt.iUTS SOL11! l MEMORIAL DAY ,
I Smith I'roporl ConsiHUnir 10 oltlA\; Uti 1:11\: tHOIC: (
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The thirtieth annual commenLe- I Among the larger realty deals of ,\11 I nn 11']'n I"i' '1\ C* 'Il many .lo.ok place f

City Water 'went of the Bradford County' High One of the must\ important really the past week of Kiitgftloy luku pioperty Union County ."M e.i I.d I i; ,ulli"'i nii ,,,,.,,(, when a large J Jtw

.-ihuol was in session the lirst of the delis of the! week wus the purchase ,, wall the sale to K. U. Wright u,>\\d 1 i; "U"-.I' "K tin' court house nr

week, all of the exercises being) held'I'' bj u Miami realty company of approximately I 1 amt associates, of Orlundo, of tho *<|ll.lll" (III. do. honor\ t? lif I ,memory of

Passes TestSamples in the huge school auditorium. Sun- nine thousand acres of I I Kingsley lleighls" property on the I Moves Forward I the -idler' uhllu .. f,ni, lit in ilrfelli'o. of

day evening tho baccalaureate ser lund lying west of Starke from K. 11. south side of the luke fur $ ,UOU. This < :-'''' hlllll
I mon was preached by Rev. C. F.Starnes I Smith, of :Sampson'; City. Included property has u lake front je of 1100 1 Tho gentle breezes stilled the ,
of water taken from the ::; of the Methodist church, and ; in this purchase m the land surrounding feet and takes in 40 acres ol land, Tar Assessor Says I'liriiirrM. Plant- wealth ot choke' llnweix and 'fluttered -

deep well ut the municipal plant were Dr. II. A. Tucker, of the Presbyterian Sampson, Rowell, Crosby and most of which has been cleared and I in* Large .i ;1: the Confederate and 1 United States w

sent to the State Board of Health church presided over the ex- Hampton lakes and the village of i laid out in lota. 'Mars while the audience listened at-,

recently for examination as to its ercises. I Sampson City on tho Wannee branch Some eight months a"oIossors.! 'I Jacksonville, April 2.; -Je" o U. tentivoly to the words of prayer and '

purity and fitness for use, and the The graduating class and the high of the :Seaboard.:: This tract of lund 'I J.V.. Andrews, Jr., II.: L. Biggs I and Johnson, tax assessor of Union county Kong and tho matchless address do- '

following report was made to the city school teachers occupied reserved represents one of the most fertile G. M. Ininiui, Starku residents, purchased whose home in ul Lukit Butler, livered by the speaker' of the day,

clerk: :' seats at the front. The music was un- I sections of the county, and is heavily this acreage from C L. I'eek, bus been upending several days MI Hun. A. V. Long, of I'alutla.

"Mr. C. A. Futch, I; der the direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall, timbered. paying,000 for the tract. Tina aulu Jacksonville this week on business.Mr. I Mrs. J. M. Brownlou, president of r
City Clerk, and several beautiful numbers were I The lake section of this tract is represented the Brat transaction of ; Johnson says Union county s the-! W. T. Weeks Chapter/ United

Starke, lorida. I furnished by a violin quartette composed especially' valuable and capable of any magnitude on the south shore of' making great strides forward along I Daughters of the Confederacy, gave

Dear sir: of Mrs. George C. White, Miss being developed into one of the most Lake Kinusley and started u brisk all lines "f improvement and development : the all to order and spoke in u few

"On March 23th; we received from ) Isabel Bullen, Owen Grillln, and Powell I dehirablc locutions for the buildingof Hale of lots uli both sides of the 40- the farmers are planting large well chosen words concerning I thu object -

you two bottles of water for examination (- ': Carpenter, violins; Miss Ethel homes for both winter and Hummer acre tract. Today both the south and imps and! milking ready for ono of of the .service. Ik.v. U W. Kick-

as to purity and lltncas for Collin, pianist. "My Task" was sung resorts. The price paid and plans of east shores of the lake have been the must piolllable seasons in the history liter, chaplain of tho J. J. Pickiso

use. These samples, according to the 'j as a quartette by Messrs. L. G. the syndicate were not divulged. platted, streets provided for und u of that section, large rcuge f tamp, I''. C. V., prayed for God's II
collected I' corn, peanuts, potatoes' and cotton being
blanks submitted were from'the I
Powell, John Powell, Owen Grid'mand the
roadway opened up around to Black i I blessing on people and the scrvi -
drilled well supply of the city, | :S.:: E. Ititch. Approximately 7,000 Acres. in Eastern; Creek. planted. i ice, /and a quartette composed of .

(a)from the well direct, and (b) from A scripture lesson was read by Bradford Purchased by Eastern Just what plans the now owners In speaking of road progress" in L. (i. Powell, John Powell, S. K.: RlUa 4

the tank. I Rev. W. E. Uaughcrty, of the Chris- Capitalist. I have in mind for their purchase is Union county, !Mr. Johnson said! work- and A. K.Vall: Sr, Hung tho exquisite t
"Examinations have been concluded men are busy on a number of thu .
I tian church, and was followed by an not known it understood i melody "Bi-autifii! Isle of Somu-
upon the above samples and the invocation by Dr. J. J. Bullen, of the New York capitalists have pur- I considerable, although ia will bllma.le roads grading and clearing right-of- | where." ',, ,
results indicate that the water from chased the entire holdings of the improvements wuy. The road from Lake Duller to''
Baptist church. Mrs. M. C. Stith, of rood In introducing the speaker cf the 1
including an improved to
thia well is of a good sanitary quality East Coast Lumber Company in' the Baker county line in being
Jacksonville, an exquisite voice I day the historian -
sang the property im-I chapter' Mrs J. M. :
and would be entirely suitable for number immediately preceding the Bradford and Clay counties, totalling proved. also the road from Luke Alvarezisiiid, "A short time I
drinking supply. The bacterial The ler to the Bradford linu at ago
use as a nearly 7,000 acres. larger partof county
sermon. Additional Realty Transfers clipped littlu which pleasedmy '
counts were low being 10 and 100 this acreage lies in Bradford i j New river. I I a poem ;
Rev. Starnes' text was taken from J. I' Summers to R. Fullfgant-10 fancy; and, when it became sty
cubic centimeter's respectivelywith southeast of Starke and j
ty, ,
Mr. Johnson stated that the
no evidence of any contamination i Second Timothy, first\ chapter and of cut-over lands, the timber having I II acres in SW quarter of NW quarterof peopleof I, duty to select an orator for this oc-
I sixth verse. "Wherefore, I put thee in Sec. 3;;. Union county were enthusiasticover caniun that little poem kept, coming
observed in either sample the
examined been removed by ;
remembrance, that thou stir up the I A company of the Palatka years A. J. Thomas to J. M. Mitchell tho prospect of securing the Pu- ,, to my mind, and from it 1 received "
I gift of God) which is thee the ago. | latka short route from Luke City to the inspiration that led me unerringly -
Two lots
"Certificates\ this in by on east side of Kingsleylaku. I {
covering supply Realty Co., Mr. Kay, closed the deal {
I I putting of hands and he 1'alatku by thu way of btarko: und II to selection of speaker worthy
will be furnished the Treasury Ue- on my with locos' representatives of the Gust my A
partiiitnt Washington fur use on dwelt especially on the phrase, "Stir Coast Lumber\ Co. i, L. II. Hill to W. R. Uixon-20 acres I Keystone Heights. i to pay tribute to our lieorlc dead.
i''minion carriers. I, up the gift of God which is in thee." in W half of NW quarter of MSquaiter Union county is a new onu and I "Ooi give us mun, a time like this

I The subject of tho sermon was: CHAMUEK: OF ODlmtC"I : of NE quartet, Sec. UJ, Twp. J just' u mere child at Him, tune, but I demands(

"Very truly yours, I I "Every; Man's Life a Plan of God," WILL f.INILEI IISMEMBERS I I, ;,. S., R. Jii:!:! E. i she ill glowing like a liiullhy school Strong unmix, willing hearts, true

GEORGE; W. SIMMONS, Jr., or 'Every Man Created for a Pur- 'fONlhllI': Luis Ailkms to Walti Wills. -10 'I I bund; in ii low flute Years will boone i|I faith and 1 willing hands;

Chief Sanitary Engineer." pose." Mr. btarnes:::; proved himself to I !I Acres in NK: quarter ol :bW:: quarter, nf the bin fellows of Horidu," | Men whom tho lust of olllca dues ?M,

i u a master! of his subject, preachingu 'rho lir.-t of the Bradford Mr. Johnson .said. Hu added that the not kill;
If: .VMliLK: : OF I meeting bee. 11, Twp. 8, S., U. 22 E.
forceful sermon along/ the lines in- County Chamber of Lonnneuo for C. L. luck tu Clara: L. Peok-Ono county in looking for an uppiopriuto Men whom the spoils <>f iilln'e can ,,
I I dicated. I May will bu held tonight, Friday, 8 lot fifty by seventy feet, corner Court slogan to be used! by a recently organized I I I not buy;

i Dr. A. E. Dunham, of the Episcopal p. m, ut tho Woman's Club, thin event und Madison streets, Starke. chamber of cummenu and Men who j possess opiiiiiins mil nj
1 1 L'r: ,idford County Chamber of church, the benedic- suggestion tilting this lea would I
any will
to l he marked by a banquet for the .John Mack to Mrs. Dora Alderman j j ;

Comiiuuimet, at the courthouse !in : tion. I members of the orgiini/ation. A committee Wi-t 10 feel of lots U i and 1, Blk. ; be i.'ieuliy upprncin.ud-- _. I' Men who have honor, nun win will
-itnrK.! Apnl 17 ut 8:00 o'clock. In -- -
I|i Monday evening till high school to arrange u program of entertainment ]1-: West 40 fuel of lou :U J and 4, Blk. .liuksonvillo-Tumpu, highway, north'i not lie;
the .il\\hIIC" of the president Mr. G. I
play, "And Home Comes Ted" was composed, of Messrs. J. 10, and Ulks. 17 and I Ib, L T. und Mr. | Men who tan .stand II< I I"ro' n ,d<"maguguu -
M Innui, of !huwtoy. tiweuzy: now owns |
i \\ appointed temporarycli.ui
I|' given under the direction of Miss Alice W. Andrews, Jr., E. W. Hayes and N. l'u'". sub div., Sturko. considerable acreage in Him uci lion, <:|
man Tharm, the play reflecting much I' Slurnberg, was appointedat the last U. C. Mutt to 1-ru/lur Kelly-40 lust milking heavy purchases
Minot: 's of the last yearU
: meeting were
credit the talent of the director. meeting held in and I without winking
,, and approved.The on April, they rel acres ill KB quarter of NK quarter, U. Green and J. M. Mitchell10 I ;
rind 1 that i!I Each student in the cast of characters l purt their plans practically completed Sec. U, Twp. 0, S., R. 21 (K.; cries on the Judmonvillo-Tuinpu Tull men, .sun-crowned, who live
publicity reported signs did their part to perfection and weru Secretary Futch completed the :above the fog
were being painted for placing at { T. C. Crawford to U. C. Mutt-10 highway, north of Starke. !I t
heartily Delow is the mailing of invitations In and thlnk-
applauded. cast afternoon duly
Wednesday in private
different points along the main I acres in SK' quarter of NE quarter, K W. Hayes-Two lots on I EastSide pnnblhc
of characters I and '
highways directing trallie tu the vari- : a record-breaking Sec. it: Twp. a, S., It. :21 E. ol Kingsloy luke.
Skeet tho Clerk-Frank Car- is : "I'rienda of I feel honored
Kelly, expected. I| mine, In
ous points. I i D. Boreo to G. C. Sweat-Two acresin F h. :Mump:: to KV. lluyea--One
I penter. Included in the evening's. entertainment presenting to you our own lion A. V.
NW of SW lake north aide.
Sue. lot
quarter quarter, on Kingidey ,
:Mr li R. Thode the
reported i'i Diana Ganwood, tho Heiress-Fan- I will be talks for the good of the J.), Twp. 0, S., R. 22 E. Long

committee on uniform speed limits, '| nie Darby. organization and the benefit a community Alice Oliver to Nancy J. Burton j 'Id ADI.RI'ISFI! ] Itit.lll'OILUCOUN'1't'S I Thu' speaker was giuotud by around
that ordinance had been prepared I ,
an i j| Miss Loganberry, tho Spinster or county receives from havIng 40 acres in NE quarter of SE quarter UhbOUKCKSFor ; :: of appluuau und Ins. audience

and passed by some of the towns on i Free Winn. I an active chamber of commerce. Sec. 22, Twp. aI.! .., R. 21 E. !la tuned with rapt attention to his

I the highway and that the others I Ira Stone, the Villian-Eldred Dun- Both local and out-of-town speakers' W. M. Bryan to (i. M. Inman 8 u period of ten weeks, beginn eloquent; words It would bo fate to

I would pass ordinance at once, makingthe : can.Aunt will be on the program, according: to acres on the Kingsley lake road. &:ng !May 10th, thu Telegraph will utlumpt to reproduce thia wholly impromptu -

speed limit in all the incorporated Jubilee, the Cook-Edan Man- II members of the committee. .... F. Stump to I E. L. Blggn and G.M. curry oacli week u page dealing with l address from memory or attempt
towns 18 miles per hour.It I nine. Uradford Ha towns the ugri- I
Every section of Brudford county Inman' the Howe place east of a synopoais. Hu touched beautifully
was brought to the attention of Mr. Man, the Mystery-Gerald is represented in the membership of Starke.R. cultural possibilities of the county, I on our reunited North and
the organization that there was. a 1\1 i.ldleton. I Its und what it ulfcrus to :;
the organization and every member A. Weeks to O. R. Oaborno, of resources I South:: when the descendants of the
possibility of a party starting an ice > Jim Rypen, the Lawyer-Charles U a booster. Each town of the county UoLand, the Weeks cottage in prospective settlers. Thu articles will Illuu add the Uruy fought side by

cream fa, tory in this locality, and Rivers has a representative on the Starke. bo prepared by a feature writer who I side for democracy In thu World War; ,
the chairman appointed a committee i j| Mollie Mocklin, the Housekeeper- execu- haM put on Much campaign in other ] und also referred to the custom of
'' tive board, consisting of I). E. Knight, C. :M. Inman to Mr. Diidding, of W. I
to take up and encourage the proposl- Lois Edwards. Florida counties with remarkable sue-1 placing (lowers alike on the of
L. II. grave
I 1 Hill, J. M. Brownlee, A. A. Vlr.rill'ir, the !Max Klosterman home ,I
tion. On the committee are Messrs. Henrietta Darby, the Widow( -Grace CUUB. Confederule: und National, soldiers
Durden, J. M. Mitchell John Shriver. ill the western part of Sturko.K '
A. J. Thomas L. D. Green F. F. 'i Wood The of HIM i;
coat putting on campaign 'I banish
Col. i U. E. Knight, of Starke, ill president II. Smith to I' F. Stump, lot on hay our augur foruver, )
Stump. i i i Ted, the Groom-Harold Priester J. T. :Muorc, Lawtej, .1. .F. Kin.',try lake, north side. ia being bono by the business When thuy laurel the graves", of our
The ,cretary was instructed to Elise tho Bride-Mildred Gill. and profeHHionul men of tho county, dead."
'1 Mouser, Hampton, und G. 13 folson, I' i.ink, A. Swee/>', Vuuxhiiil, N.
write the Florida Development'Board Senator McCorple, the 'ather-AI- of Drooker, arc vice presidents. J., ha purchased! \ acres on tho twenty-live\ already having signed up I The quartette sung "Tenting on
1 thut the Bradford County bert Mizelle. | for. the cumpuign. It will!1 he necussury the Old Camp liround," which was
Chumlut, of Commerce favor:' The class' of 1025 is the adtittionat
was in largest to securu iwcniy-nvo I'olli.wi-d.
by I the loll call of Confvdur-:
of the all Florida advertising cam- I number ever graduated from the D. I I II I I signers before thu campaign la .started aLe aolilu.rs buried in Crosby; ceme '
outlined the said board. II. S. at annual but trouble ia l h
paign us by an commencement.The no anticipated :> 1 As tint I
tery. names were called the
The changing) of the meetings to : members of the Senior Class are: I Did You Ever Stop To Think? thu solicitor. Extra copies of the issues :, t hilcliin of the Confederacy: responded ,"

two meltings each month was discussed I Fannie Darby, Mildred Gill, Rosa i will be mailed out to purlieu in by placing a white or red lily on

at length. Mr. N. Sternberg I Leviton, Genevieve Rivers, Free the north and west interested in this i u large cross, also lilies wore placedfor

made a motion the meetings be heldon Wynn, Frank Carpenter, Gerald 1lIdi i ly E. U.: Waite, Secretary, Shawnee, Okla., Hoard of suction, and it U likely the reul estate' the World War soldiers who gave

the tint, and third Friday evenings dleton, Orle Wiggins, Joe Sistrunk, Commerce. men of the county will use a large their lives for their country, for/ the 'y

of each month; Mr. R. R. Thede seconded Charles Rivers, Mozelle McGruiIer: < I number. i Women of the },
the motion and it was carried.It Charles Darby and Russell Scott. THAT if you spend your money in some other city Among the signers secured thus I I thu Ruby Davis Confederacy: Children and for of

was further suggested that the '' For the graduating exercises tho and your neighbor do the same, what will become far is tho SUrko Growers Association the COllffll"racy.Chapter Thu Confederate .

Chamber of Commerce have a ban- decorations were of Easter lilies, pot- of your home city ? Buy at home composed of farmer, who readi- dead hurled! in Crosby cemutury areas

quet at ii n early date for the mem- ted ferns and Spanish moss, and the THAT !if you have any pride in your own city, Buy at ly endorsed the movement and are follows:

ber" lr. The following committeeswas class motto was "Finished, yet beginning l home 1 I bucking the proposal to advance: the J

jpjn"mud, E. W. Hayes, J. W. '' :," the letters being of gold on a THAT if you believe in your home city and want to interests of the eoullty.ItESOLli11O Edward Wainwright, Nuwn C.
Wainwright, Capt.; J. C. llichurd.
Andrew N. :Sternberg. A dark blue background. The '
:: meetingof programfor
see it grow, Uuy at home |
OF RESI'EC'r Witkuvski, W. U m""rs, Mr.
the.tomniittce immediatelycalled the evening was as follows:
I THAT if you have any vision for greater developmentand Stafford. Calt.: Martin, Mr. Sydboten lUr.
t ir onsidaratlon of plans and Processional Violin Quartette- I Iauum
a Bigger future for your city. Buy at home Whereas, the hand ni death has J. M. Joitua'l'Ituruus
the 0111(. It was decided that the banquet Powell Carpenter, Owen Griffin Miss
THAT if home-builder Buy at home : entered our camp, taking fromus Ur. W. M. .
Isabel Mrs. you arc a Hollinnsw.ii/ Judge
l In- h'IJ" on the first Friday in L'lillcn Georgo C. White,
Ma, at :1.omllll's! Club, that all :Miss Ethel Griffin, accompanist. THAT as the business concerns of your city grow, so our beloved first Lieutenant 'I 1 umblin, laom Cone, Judge T. T.
Croft, who died April llith, I'M'i: : at' Long J !M Ur..wnl.1': U. W. Mc-
will to ,
mi'in;HMbe invited, and that the |; Invmation. W. Kickl.Ur.; your city grow. Help make your city his Luke I
bums Butler.
,, AddreMq -lJr. H. O. Enwall. grow. Buy at home in J K.iiney, Kinch Aduin, Uelton Wall,
exp o' fame be paid by donations. 1,I I umuicle; Croft belonged' to 'am-j William
The i''n'DIM> t itec was authorized to Violin Quartette-Minuet in G.- THAT if you see your neighbors spending their A, buM'fith; Honda Hcgimcnt.lie I fat Bugg, Dr. ,
'lulu I"Jwdl1': Dr. latu Powell, Jr.
pro ?' i with arrangements. I| Bethoven; Melody of Love-Engle-; money in some other city, don't get<< downhearted lout his l left lag ut Ualton, ja., II. \V Adams D. W. Adams, James, 1

L'p'u" '") e ia ,tion the meeting adjourn- mann. I j but talk to th<'rn and show them the April f, 1HOI) / lie. was honorably discharged .Spurkinun, Win Hill li. A. floisdun ',
i ,
ud I to t tli first Friday inlay: to meetat Presentation of Diplomas-Supt.
II. 0. I error of their ways. Some of them sometimes from service in !May! IHDt, Jerry Johns, Mr. Dryden, Mr. Sweatlamuel ,

the banquet.--- -- Benediction Wiggins.-Hev. L. W. Kickliter. don't realize how they are harming the city after making hilt threat sacrilice forth .- Crews, U. L. Alvarez, J, R.

SHIPS FIRST CAR OFSPIRITS Dr. Enwall is professor of philoso- I' they should love. Buy at home .. :Southern:: cause. I I Alvarez, G. W. Balsdcn, Sr., I'hln aBurnaed i

AND ROSIN: phy. University of Florida. Ha made THAT the service given by your merchants has been In the death of Comrade Croft our Mr. Williams, John Darby ,.
has lost of ita best |
a splendid address and sustained his I tested and found reliable and enduring. Buy at camp one members Furney Edwards, Sr., Wm Edwards
Wm Bryan, of Lawtey shipped his '! a good and a brave soldier, and i John Andrews, Judge Wm. Malphurs,
excellent home \
reputation as an speaker,
first car of spirits and rosin from Resolved, That J. J. Dlckison I Gen. Nathan' A. Blitch, John Chapman
his address being along* the line of I
Lawtey Monday, this being the first THAT your business men are working every day Camp No. 1017, U. C. V., deeply .

ear to u"> out this season from the progress or advancing civilization spending their time to make your city er, mourns its loss, and extends to the

wan in Starke Friday and stated that The eighth grade pupils receiving I' WHEN you help your city you help yourself. Buy at its members in submitted their lots. John Croft, whose genial presence. always -
business conditions generally in his I Respectfully ,
certificates of promotion to the home brought such pleasure to the
section: were good, and that he looked high L. W. Kickllter, W. T. Week, S. F.

for such condition to continue. (Continued on Page Four) Morgan. Committee. (Continued on Page Four)

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Stark To Enjoy Era OfProsperity


KINGSLEY LAKE INCREASING -' BKADEN1ON::- FORMS 16 . . . HAMPTON ted her mother, Mrs.\ T. M.: Hagan I mile up any fresh water stream that

CENT GASOLINE LEAGUE: FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Tuesday. empties into a salt water body.

IN POPULARITY AS ';: Hampton, May 1.-Herbert Durden, Miss Gladys Green, who has been The matter is now before the game
Board of Trade Expects to Cut Trice who has been spending a few days attending school at Melrose, is spend I of the
RESORT LAKE . . i and fish committee senate of
A of Retailers. 'I.l with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ing the week with her. grandmother, which Senator S. A. Hinley is chair-
Arcadia DeSoto County Vegetable Durden, returned to his school in Mrs. I. J. Priest. man. The committee of fisheries in

By Russell W. Whitney, Staff Correspondent Bradenton.-Formation of a sixteen Growers' Association startsseason's Tampa last Sunday. I the house of which Representative II.

Florida Times.Union. cent gasoline league to bring potato shipments. Mrs. L. G. Johns, Mrs R. M. Faver IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE L. Ezell is chairman and the commit

Kingsley Lake near here, often referred lower priced gasoline to Bradenton, Bartow-Seward Construction Co. and daughter, Miss Mary Blanche FEARS PLOT ON BILL I I I I tee on game and fish of the house of
to an "Nature's I'uruUiae," is was decided upon last night at a opens 12,000 daily capacity brick and Mrs. P. B. Hunt were shoppingin which Representative J. L. Parrish is
Members : to Combat Alleged'
increasing tremendously in popularity largely attended meeting of the, plant. Gainesville last Friday. Urged r| chairman are acting jointly.
resort for tourists Brudcnton Board of Trade. For sometime Miss Jeanette burden> of Tampa, Propaganda of Florida Fish
as an all-year I, It is understood here that A. F.
from all parts of the United States i I past a committee has been at I'almetto-Contract awarded for was the guest of her uncle, A. A. Dealers. Knots, president of the Walton League -

and plans are already being made in work on the proposition of getting I drilling artesian well. I Durden last Saturday. I I has wired all the members in
delivered here wholesale, to Mrs. I. Della Priest returned to Tallahassee, April 22. Arousedover
Starke to care for the predicted era i i gasoline Heavy produce shipments leaving an'' Florida to send telegrams to their
be sold the proposed league to retailers -i here home here Saturday after visit the reports that there is
of prosperity, which in considered a by |I from all sections of South Lake and a legislators on the subject.
certainty, by local residents within I in accordance with the Omaha ) -, with friends and relatives at Melrose.C. organized movement by the fish deal-
Sumter counties. "All interested in the proposed
the next eighteen months. Neb., plan where a similar pro- I A. Birt and family spent last era of the State to have the fresh wa- new
I' ter fish put under control of the shell law sponsored by the Izaak Walton
brought Sunday with Mr. Birt's father W. P.
I a prices ,
position year ago
The situated elevation Groveland work
lake is on an started on and salt water fish commission, the league should wire these chairmenprotestlnA'
The reported Birt. of Louise.
tumbling. committee 1
200 feet above sea level, formed 11'J25! paving program.I of Florida Is against placing the fresh
I that it has offers of gasoline! delivered -+ I Izaak Walton League
the bottom Mrs E. R. Cluypoole and son, '
from natural
spring I I massing its forces to counteract the water fish under the control of the
and ban a depth ninety feet. The here in tank cars by independent I Hollywood-by-the-iea, new I land Oliver Singiser, who spent the the shell fish commissioner," Mr. Graham
propaganda -
body of water Is surrounded by magnolia refineries at ten and a half cents per resort city fifteen miles north of here, winter here returned to their home in alleged among said. "We have hard but
j here. The Walton League Is a fight, we
'gallon )F. O. B., this city, > and I '
to have $15,000,000 harbor. Philadelphia Sunday.
and trees
hickory, buy
gum hope to win. Protests should also
of retail stations to buy the seeking to have the legislature createa go
and a forest of ferns and pal met toes. { II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was a department of fresh water fish., to all senators and representatives."
Several subdivisions have been form- gas and resell it at 16 cents. I Fort Laudertlale-Two-story office i business visitor hero this week.
I The Board of Trade then resolved and store building to be erected at I. According to officials of the League, I
ed on the shores and much activity I Mr. and Mrs. C. A Durden and the Florida fish officials are fightingthe The fifth grade of the B. II. S. received -
in reported in the sales. to organize the three communities) cost of iOooo daughter, Mary Elizabeth, of Cocoa,
particularly because this in the
league's proposal year a pennant
Rivaling the famous Silver Springs |I'| here into a sixteen cent gasoline Tampa-I'lans and specification were visitors here Saturday. they wish to have the right to 1921-SH Tournament of the Modern
league, with life membership at fifty I
at Ocala lake has becomepopular
Kingsley auditorium Some of our citizens attended the the tributaries of Lake Health Crusade This is the
{ almost overnight. The waters j I cents. The money will be used to set being drawn for $250,000 net fish in all | only pennant -
graduation exercises of the Starke I
tanks and purchase a de- building. Okeechobeen, most of the tributariesof received by any grade in this
clear that up storage
sufllcinctly one
are may high school this
l' week. the St. Johns River and for one school or in' the county.
Identify an object at a depth of fifty. livery truck.. Other. cities in Florida l'almett.o-$1OOOOOO to be spent Rev. Hicks filled his regular appointment -j
1, fuet. Thu lake haH an outlet through I are expected to follow' suit. for sidewalk] construction, street j at the Baptist church Sun .
r Black creek. Kingsley lake Retail price of gasoline here Is 26 I .... -- -
!' wax considered paving and extension of sewer and day morning and evening. I --- -- --- -.Y---

a possible water supply for cents per gallon waterworks systems.St. I Denis Brannen, of Miami, is the i
the city of Jacksonville several years ------- guest of his grandparents, Mr. and' This Label Protects You
ago, but subsequent. surveys proved I FOKIi INCREASES; !: OUTPUT: Auguatlne-Contract awardedat Mrs. David Jones this week. i'
that a larger supply wall necessary $0011,642 for construction of Ma-
f Jacksonville engineer have reported Ford production has been increased.! tanzas river bridge. Ore! Wiggins, of Starke, was a e '

S I favorably on the north prong of the to 7,000 cam and trucks a day, it business visitor. here this week.
Black creek water supply, and Kings- was stated at tho offices of the FordMotor Lakeland-Work started on seven ,i The public school closed here Fri- I A
Biltmore Park district. day. The '
dwellings in teachers, Prof. Carl Law-
f ley lake flows into this outlet eight Company.
miles northeast of tho Gateway City'sproposed I Tho company has been operating on Largo-Five -cn-Hadi of fruit leaving I home, Miss Laura Belle Weest, Mice' ;r
y project. ii full week schedule for some time in I Mitchell deserve much credit''' ;
Mayor Comer; L. Peek m given I all its manufacturing plants and thu city dally. for making this one of the most sue- I 4

} much credit for the ilevlopmont of present' production schedule represents Clearwater-Chamber of Commerce I I.fill terms" of school. 1 ,"bA y

the lake. Nearly twenty years ago he an increase of 600 units a day backing plans for construction of 500 :j Miss Maud Mitchell gave her classan ,
purchased' large acreage bordering over that of a few weeks ago. It was homes this summer outing at the Beach Saturday, i 4 -
t Kingslpy lake and sold a number of said that company reports, comingin where fishing and bathing were the'' e
lots for $CO and $65 tu Starke residents from practically all sections of the Luke Alfred-$300,000 bond issue order of the day. I It's the ,
planned to build ten miles of addi- "
& for the purpose of encouraging country, show rapidly increasing P. E. Griffin is spending this week
use of the lake by the city as a spring buying with dealer require- tional streets. .- ,I in South Florida, the guests of his logicalthing
i recreation center ments mounting and stocks nearly Davenport-$20,000 business building patents, Mr. and.Mrs. W. II. Griffin. Label

+''tc Peck's subdivision of forty acres depleted. to be erected at Bay and Esca ratio 1'. M. Geiger, of Theressa, was I to do is
)Fordson Tractor has your
production transacting business
f; un tho western shore was purchased streets. I
ty Mayor I'eek in 1'JOH! from a colony been moved up to 450; a day to care Mr. Murihee, of Graham, was a'I' -to buy your Guarantee
for growing demands it was also Tampa-Tamp- hotel to be I business J
lit visitor here
Chicago people, who planted the Monday. i of Value
i land. in oranges Their efforts were a announced._ __nO renovated and modernized. Miss Mitchell was the guest of Used Ford Car j

failure, although sntsumus have WOODLAWNWoodlawn I'alatka-Plan.-being drawn for Mrs. L. W. KIckMer, of Starke, this i '
t proven, particularly adapted to the city's first skyscraper. week. '| from Your Neare&tAuthorized

P 1 eoil. Lots that were sold for $60 to May 1.-Mrs. W. N. Cot I Rev. Windham, of Waldo, will fill
t create, wider interest of the citizenry, I and. children, of Little River, are the Stuart-Indian Lumber Companyto his. regular appointment, at the Ford DealerThis
'; lire now valued lat near 12,500, guests this week of her parents, Mr. build sawmill at Indiantown that j Methodist church next Sunday.
to the Starke These,and Mrs. n. L. Phillips. will between and 1500 --
ing executive. employ 1200 |I Mrs. H. D. May, of Theressu, visi -
I w' lots are occupied by .small bungalows, I Roy Denmark, of Jacksonville, wasa men.
ba while visitor here --- --- --- .
the unimproved lots were re Sunday -- - -._-
cently gutimuted at a value of $800.! Miss I Marguerite Phillips left Lake Worth-400,000 cubic yardsof I
With the exception of a few back Wednesday for Miami, where she will rill on lake front being dredged; for

lots, 0(1x230( feet, practically all the bi the guest of relatives. establishment of golf course.SarasotaPreliminary I

acreage In the western Peek xuhdivi-i Leroy r'urinichael, of Plant City, plans under

don has been acquired by a well.to'i was here Sunday. way for erection of new county court- ''
do class of people. I Miss Debbie Phillips. spent Wednesday house. Bradford
The subdivision, owned by Mayor in Jacksonville the guest of County
Peck on thu south and east shore of I Mrs.' 1'. S. Uubbs. Tarpon Springs-Pincllns avenue

Kingilcy lake, consists of ninety lake I Misses Lois Norman, Debbie Phillips i being widened.
front lots, iitix200( :! feet, many of which and Leemun Norman attended
have, been sold. Thin tract was purchased -I church at )Evergreen Sunday. I Dunedin-l.arge building program'' .
I -- outlined for coming months.
by Mr. Peek nearly twenty
St. Auguxtinc-St. John's Electric Mailing List
year ago.Kingsley I Company: to install modern eifuip- Tarpon Springs $10,000 service
lake is a 20-minuto ride
lent at power plant. : and lilting station under construction
from Starke on the I'eek road which : here.
was recently graded The Bradford

Chamber of Commerce; favors a hard- !subdivision prefer to be supplied from Quincy-Work started on Williams I
surface highway to the lake and Mayor the springs. I tobacco warehouse.

Peek predicts the completion of I The lake is located. barely over the I
the paving within the next year. Bid, Clay county border line, twenty-five Avon Park-Plans formulating for
have been advertised for construction 'miles east of Green Cove Springs, approximately $500,000 worth. of civic I 1.'V
cf the six-mile roiul between Maxville the county seat. Approximately 23C: improvements this year. I

and Highland and' work will be start- |'lots. have already been sold and Lake Wales Contract awarded'

ed about June 1. Mayor Peek says the property will for two miles of paving in Ridge I
"Popularity of the resort is growing be valued at ten times as great in the Manor district.
l each year and people from Jack next. few years. I

sonville, Ocala' Gainesville, Tampa, i I A prominent city specialist who Fort Lauderdale-City Bank of I
Lake Butler and many other points visited; here last year, declared the Fort Lauderdale to be opened for
upend their vacations on the lake," he lake to be more beautiful than Lake business before ;May: 1. I
remarked. "Many fumiliex own lots 'I'jQuinsigumong'I' at Worcester, Mass.,
and bungalows, while numerous others ''or Luke Merritt at Oakland, Col.These Cedar Keys-Boat service to be inaugurated I
I rent accommodation on the bodies of to Branford to serve as For
two water arc said Real Estate Men Merchants Banks
feeder to proposed C"dar Druggists
Keys-New ,
water front. i. to be among the most famous on the County
g. The property is said to be free of continent in effect.I Orleans steamship line. i

,, mosquitoes. This i is attributed to I L. Peek, son of Mayor Peek, andjW. Zephyrhills Approximately live\ i Officials, any business requiring a mailing list guaranteed to be
trout and other fish that arc found i E. Yarbrough opened a small miles of '
street paving to be laid here
j in the IlIk'. Dropping a general hint subdivision, on the north side of thu within next few months.; i iriennont 100 1 per cent correct at date of issue. This list is made
to followers of Isaak Walton, Mr. jlnku several months ago, and all the up

reek declared, that the trout can be lots were quickly sold. Another subdivision -Plans under way for evtensive ] from the J 1925 of
teen clearly at a 50-fuot depth. | is planned in that section by i iI development of lO.-mie: / :, census Bradford County, recently completed
i Many bungalows dot the shores of i A. S. Strickland, of Starke J. )F.'Kickliter Mills-Holland tract. ,

Kingslcy lake and several are now also of this city, has taken is arranged by precincts and gives postoffice address. White
/ under cnnMrw'tion. Bath houses are twenty acres on the north portion of Stuart-Work to start at once on

numerous especially on the western { the lake. Kingsley Heights, consisting Olympia Beach hotel._ | and colored listed separately. Printed bond

front. I' of forty acres' on the south shore, Winter Tart-Building permits is- on strong paper
I Construction of a 50-room hotel a owned by Inman. Biggs and Andrews, sued since first of year $250,000 and
paved highway around the -lake substantially bound with
a I Starke residents, was purchased mark. cover. Approximately 2,000
I. \ modern golf course, and a "necklaceof .eight months ago for $2,000. The in-

lights" bordering the shore line, I\cntoii I accepted nn offer two days Bartow Erection of $100,000 ho.til names of adults and heads of families. Orders taken for
If' are the improvements contemplated ''ago' to ,well the property for 8000. assured. i -
6' by several owners of the subdivisions, I Probably one of the features of the !
which face thu wuteer. Current for Kingsley lake growth, is the large F.lfers-Two.story combined bank ,, May 1 15th, Price $ 10 per copy.
lighting will be secured from the !number I of Jacksonville people who and hotel building! going up on Dixie''

"t municipal power plant at Stniku, it I have been attracted to the resort, resulting highway! '
Is proposed. I I in the ultimate purchase of I Stuart ToUl .
cost' of
deepening in-
i Telephones have been installed on |lone or more lots. The proximity of let and harbor basin from 'propo..dISfoot
\ Kininluy/ lake recently. The lake the Florida metropolis to Starke is
depth to 21 feet I
I water is .sufficiently clear for drinking the cause of this popularity. .1.2X0,000. at I i!

purposes but residents of the 'I Mr. Peek is a native of Sparta, I t.ooaw.

i Hancock county, Ga. He came to Aluminum production n the United I = I
A Tors:
I Green Cove Springs, Fla., in 1878, i States for 1821 was worth $37,607.-
drove's Tasteless, chill: Tonic restores, I I meting! to the Bradford county seat : 000, an increase of almost onethirdover I I
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and' three, years later. fie has, resided ''I the 1923 value. Prices have run
Enriching! the Blood. When you feel its here continuously since that time. steadily from 27 to 20! cents a pound. '
strengthening/ !, inviituruiinil effect see how Twenty-live years ago", he entered the The use of cheaper pressed' steel instead ,
r It brings color to the cheeks and how real estate business, abandoning a of aluminum for automobile

Yt It Improves the ap|*tite, you will then 'I !good law practice. Mr. Peek has been parts has cut the domestic demand

appreciate Its. true tonic value. mayor of Starke without opposition somewhat. I

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic U simply l fur the past three years. Ills faith In Winter Haven New I Bradford
Iron and Quinine suspended in ..""up. So Kingsley lake is backed by the judgment constructed highway to be County TelegraphSTARKE

p'' .v'". I f.- 'i.bt.M.Nt: : to Pi.-v' It and: IRON (a business men. n ho have purchased highway

i Enrich It. tVtroys Malarial Terms and I lots on the. .- ',area of the lake, and Bartow Proposed improvements FLORIDA.f
Grip ,germs I !h.i -i-m'thenlniJ.. In>li,">,- whof < s1)! I vacations: there include $100,000 hospital and

sting! tlToct. ,IIK-. .. -un"",,!, I sions to water and sewer exten-\\

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tHOW'S THIS? retting hard.umcprofits' in Punta

I (;rda. is proved by the experience of
IMII. TkaH'I MFI("=\"J will
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs Vrvi I do whet, we claim for ,It-riu, : > > .y..ttn I I. E :Moss, manager of the local Titiu eiw9w; # ThM p
of Cot,rrh or L>"inw. 0 ci tend i lyCntnrrh < Kxchnnge; packing house Heca.upped
> mi." > irrrmr am* "n
BI HALLS CATARIIII MRDiriNM eon- mi ught-motitlis-old ivonh I 4I
RUtji' of An Ointment which Qulcfct3Rdllevea : :: collie pup for a one-aeie crop of tu- ,
[I Live State News the catarrhal Inflammation and I
"..) Internal Medicine, a, Tonic whtrht matoes from which up to date, he ,
through the Blood on the Mui-ona has sold and received cash for $i>0i"
M i aMM iir -- 1 "urfacea, thus restoring normal condl- II
worth of tomatoes which reprewntsa

Tuld by Our told by druitglnta tor aver 40 Year*. net profit of over $500. Tho crop ,on .
Exchange 1"1'. J. Cheese *. Co.. Toledo. Ohio. I
the one acre was fully 1,500 c-rato I
but only one-third of it was shipped., .

Sebring-By a vote of 16 to 1 the I sion are Venice-Nokomis, Englewoodand I Pensacola-J. B. Nalley, an automobile Key West-Plans for the strongest '
held here
I suleman is bring
Citizens of declared
Sebring themselves
Punta Gorda. automobile road over projected and
pending the outcome of serious Injuries -
favor of Pffi
in the
retaining unlike any other road that has!: ever
suffered by a girl whom I
touriulmanic form of I +
government. Orlando-Harry Gage 22, of Piedmont Nalley is alleged to have hit with been built, for it will pass across

Dujtonn-John D. Rockfeller:: clos- was instantly killed near hereI his automobile on the paved highway I{ 12. miles of ocenn, received a great ; ,
I this afternoon when he came in con- impetus when Monroe county, in I .y
ed his home, the Casements, at Or- twenty miles north of the city. Nalley
rmincl Beach and left for his estate in { tact with an electric wire carrying is said to have been going at a I which Key' West is the only city voted SAY '
Lakewood N. J., where ho will be for I|' 2300 volts Gage was employed by I fast rate of speed, find after driving bonds of i.2t)00,000! ) to push along ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
several weeks before going to Pontiac -I the Florida Public Service Company the houlu\ "..d which will skip over

Hills for the summer. and according to ofllcials of the company -I I I the Honda Keys to the iniunlunilI I L'nk'' \ou SI',' 1111' 11,1'r_ l.fU-s": t.ll'kh111
< ;.iro ,!
was helping install a new line I The road has already' been startet.Thu r11 J
mobile and fled when a mob of
Cleaiwater-The sheriff's ollice was when he came in contact with the wire i men threatened him with lynching.angry | present is the socond bond issue. j I not Dottingby t the I gt'iluinl'; Hucr[ .b1'1I111 )pim\l, [ salo of.

broken into and drawers!: pried open which was one of an old line, running I, He was arrested here later. I The Ih'st'II for $300,000 and was I millions and pn .,rib d In pll\sicidns: 2\\ YC.Ir:> for ,\1..

and money to the amount of $15 stolen I parallel to the new one. -- -- -- passed' a year ago lust November t

that ofllce\ announced. Access was I Lakeland Lakeland boasted, the The road'- engineers will create Colds Headache ,

gained, by breaking\ glass on the West Palm Beach-Ileaumr, on the second largest! chamber of commerce stupendou< causeways, on which the Neuralgia Lumbago '

outside of the building. No clue was '| motion for a new trial in the case of on a $2r per year basis in the entire i" motorist will at times be almost out P'' in Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism

left by the robber I' Bessie Cannon and Harolii Fox.chnrl'ed o nited; States an the result of a sueI I of sight of the low-ljmg mangrove- : )

with I i'p"Hful campaign which closed last I bordered Islets Accc t
manslaughter in con- "ILt cl"
Uruiknton Rapid growth of I neetion with the death of Mrs. B. L. I(I niirht.: The campaign gave the local t5 j't.n only 1.ll'kaK e I

Bradenton suite expenditure of $200- Carr who was killed by an automobile I ogranization a total of 4,323 01<'>01- I St. Petersburg The twenty- which contains proven dire;!stale. ..;

000 for construction of a municipal I on February 26( 1024, will be bers. The city's chamber is now ex- seventh anniversary of the first call Handy "llnji'r" boxea of, I U (,lhl<'I. "
| < ecded only by Los Angeles, according for volunteers for the :: j Also bottle* of .M: and IUU Dru Kiitsanplrln .
heard. Mrs. Cannon -panl"h-Ameri-I ,
is !
suggested alleged to 1' .la Um Irtito mirk of Direr Mwiurultar at Mimii.. illr.i.lili I ..)lir of Hal..ril......ill ;
I have driven the car which killed Mrs. tn and that the plant be increased in Carr and Fox is said to have been a''i, here. Los Angeles! has a total of 12- niversary of the formal declaration I

size. I passenger Both were charged by ono members. of war, April 2(3( have a more sigmfi- not been set, but it will bo hell sometime i Hllmm drlv-I i ant meaning this year to thousand during August, it was announc
state with and ,
St. Petersburg-A half million dol- "drunk reckless r COFFINS & CASKETS
I ." Plant City-During the past three of Spanish war veterans, since this ed.' :
lar theater and office building is to be ing. jn
built here this summer by the Famous!: I days' 43 cars of produce have been I >ear's national encampment is to beheld Orders also have been received by I:I And a Full Line of

Players-Lasky corporation accordingto Miami-Plans are now under way ,I forwarded from Plant City. The per- in a region where many of tho Muj. M. O. Woodward, sending the. I n Und." ....,.' Smfplut

announcement by local officials. Tho to make the annual convention of the ,I iod was notable for the opening of 'I volunteers were encamped and trained first provisional!: battalion Const Ar- --- -- -
en riot forwardings of tomatoes with Florida the theatre of I
operation Florida National
theater will have a seating capacityof Florida Association of Postmasters tillery corps Guard AUTOMOII1LE HEARSE
2,800 and will be the largest on the to be held here May 28 and 29 the I the first two cars out Tuesday one : for expeditionary forces to Cubain to Fort llarruncns, I'ensacolit. instead I Always on hand. The best service -
west coast. most successful that the each being shipped by J. S. Barns I 1898, and in September of this year of to Fortress Monroe, V'a., for at the lowest prices Special -
orlCanlza-1 and. the Plant City Growers Associa- veterans who "soldiered"
tion has yet held. many on the annual summer encampment. The attention to telegraph or-
Bradenton-Seizure of about three throughout the state will be granteda tion. Up to Thursday night the At- Florida soil will visit the old campgrounds artillery units will train from August I ders. Registered Embalmer.

thousand cases of imported liquor leave of absence to attend the con-I lantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air for the first time since the 1 to 10. I

valued at about $30,000 was made by vention without making formal application Line railways had handled seven war with Spain ended --- ''I -- ---

Prohibition Agents W. C. Crumleyand to the department at Washington 'I solid cars of tomatoes and shipments FOR A-LL LOCAL ;; 'E ISW41 I' DeWlTT C. JONES

G. D. Murrell, of the Tampa says a departmental letter sent j, are expected to pick up volume as the Tampa-An order for destructionof READ I STARKE FLAmmmlpwwmwlewwwwwwtwmwwmmtuws
season progresses. a cargo of liquor worth approximately I
: headquarters near Englewood, on out this week.Fernandma.
I .10,000: which was seized THE TELEGRAPH I
Sarasota bay about 3.> miles south Sanford's I
of here here. I April shipments of celery shipments with the auxiliary schooner Bolivia ...
and brought .
. through April Ifi; totaled !,- t.
'r phosphate through the port of Fer- |I about two months 'ago off the toast !
Sarasota-Because one of the cast of nandina will likely reach a total of 595 cars, according to F. II. Scruggs/ I of IMnellas county, and for releaseof t.r.
I of the U S. bureau .
agricultural economics -
the Pathe Motion Picture Corpora more than 25,000 tons valued at nearly the ship, was received by United
tion producing a picture at Miami | a half million dollars, which exceeds with offices here. These figures States district attorney here from

was arrested for speeding the Pathe I export shipments for any pre- compared favorable with 4,200 Federal Judge Luke Jones at Jacksonville -
cars through April 15 last year, or an r rI rr
company will halt work there, strikeout vious months this year. To date seven The schooner was captured s
of the film all references to MIami cargoes approximating 20,000 tons increase of 393 car While the San- by the coast guard patrol, bout C. G.- .M1M1
ford section showed increase in
and throw the publicity to Sarasota of phosphate have left the docks of an 217. The ship liquor, captain and
it was announced in a Miami I I the Florida Terminal Company for shipments, the shipments for the crew have been held (pending a derision -
state through April were 215 cars less
paper. I Germany, Belgium Holland and other in the case The question of "
'i foreign countries, and three more than up to the same time last year whether the ship was within the V
Tampa-Gaetana Cuvaliere driverof 'I the figures being 5,925: : this year as I
twelve mile limit raised The
steamers from foreign ports are was \
the truck which WI struck by a scheduled to arrive for this product compared with I,140! through April I I order from Judge Jones did not gnu I t1c5: x.-UCYf'>'ES' S'. CdMNTiHHb

passenger bus hole Wednesday re- before the end of the month. last year any particulars of his ruling./ W
sulting the death of three persons I

and injury to several others will lie i I j :St; Petersburg E. King janitor lonvllle-Fred Bonney, 21, of T'nllahnssoeAnnoyance to nmtoi pin'o

charged with manslaughter, Sheriff ut the Hall building! died in an ambulance i I, Jacksonville1 at Raiford, ,when sentenced he to convicted even years in I ists traveling in Florida by linlll officers n Sound Basis flflfl ;
Heir- -tnted. lie is now in a hospital on, his way to the hospital whose income<< is derived by
recovering\ from (injuries I after suffering an attack of heart 1 the criminal court of record here on I making nrients would be checked

| trouble while at the fire in the Scarborough charges of breaking nnd entering on I under provision of tho bill introduced After the War ffj
:M: Augustine-Mrs. A. F. Jacobs I o house on Second avenue. January 0, 1922, escaped from the in the house by Representative
of New York, young woman appar- farm on the night of April 19, according 1
| King was found lying on tho grjassbetween : Doty of Hendry county, for the regulation -
ently about 21 or 25 years of age to a report received this morning i
the sidewalk and the paving II I of tramon, surfaced highways.
Soon after (the civil war President!
was drowned in the surf at one of from the farm Bonney was arrested
on the south side of Second avenue It measure follows the lines lernmmended '
the benches near this city. Her companion 'I; b'p Detective L. R. Harvey when he is : Grant put this country on a sound financial
'1, was at first thought that he had only by Governor Martin in his
Richard Biederman of New, i alleged to have been in the act of basis. On) his rcionirncndntlon
fainted. First aid l was offered and ice message!: to the legislature.' The bill congress
York who it is said made desperate I I I was placed on his head and the am- 'I breaking into a home. lie was a trusty provides! that "it attempts to rescue her, Is all right at the farm, nnd consequently had
bulance called. lie never regained for any traffic ofllier, sheriff, deputysheriff
although he wits in a state of collapse a free avenue of escape. Police have and specie payments were later resumed.
consciousness and was dead when the or any other officer to
from his struggle. been asked to search for him.
I ambulance r ached the hospital I I the' duties of a traffic offiier on These are prosperous days In this land

JacksonvilleGovernor John W. Pn'atka' -Development of the city' the highways of this tale', unless
St. Augustine-An urgent appealfor and wise people are banking!. their surplus
Martin and officials of the state road water-front will be started Immedi- dressed in a distinctive uniform andwearinir
l department probably will be asked to'I the conservation of water duringthe ately under the resolution Just passed n badge, plainly visible, indicating cash.

. send an engineer to Jacksonville to I' long dry period now under way by the city council instructingthe i his official' capacity,"
has been issued to the people of St.Augustine ..
make an estimate of the amount of city manager to purchase a Dank your money today and be pre.
: by the city St. Petersburg--Twenty buildings
the' manager number of waterfront lots which
money necessary to complete Eugene Masters. Mr. !Masters stated on and the power plant at Fort Dado on pared for any eventuality.
roads in Duval county and to super I the city has held an option for sometime
that the municipal water plant is Edgmont Key were destroyed by
vise the construction of roads if the The municipal docks will be I
now taxed to its capacity furnishing flames when the crew of a government I- I
is obtained. I instructed! as planned], according to
money ,
water to the city and unless con- rum chaser set fire to underbrush -
the resolution and facilities for the .
Miami-Jack Curlin F. E. C. engineer servation Is practiced during the dry siding of railroad tracks will be added to smoke out rum runners who

was shot and, killed by his season that serious damage might re-i l immediatey. The
brother-in-law Frank Muir Miami suit from the probability of the water I' additional. land! was stated to be $18- to fishermen Fort Dade, an County
contractor when Curlin invaded the I plant failing to furnish sufficient' 000. army post, was placed on the inactivelist

Muir home and demanded his children pressure during a fire. I sometime ago by the war depart County' Financial Stronghold

at the point of a revolver. MuirIs Dade> City-Tuesday of this week I ment. The A favorable handed Established 1889 STARKE FLA.Comfort" .
held in the county jail on a charge the house of representative report was from its to a solid carload] of beans the first ever I I runner in the gulf a few mites: from e
of murder. Self-defense, is admittedby 1 known to have been forwarded from Kdgmont and was gaining upon tho
deputy sheriffs who made investigation committee on convicts, recommending lade City was shipped by Herbert | quarry' when the smugglers ran their, |

to have been the probable passage of the Elliot bill, which I Massey farms the balance is i vessel aground in the surf and waded t''(

circumstances of the shooting. would repeal the present law prohibiting i was forware'"d Wednesday and another I ashore The key is covered with aj

corporal punishment and again I, Thursday A fourth car was l| heavy growth of palmetto and mangrove ,

Orlando--George l>. Mogat Sr., authorize the use of the lash under ;t loaded and left that night. One half i !: hushes and the fugitives 'l'|'un, k ,. .
63, inventor of the vacuum candy certain restrictions to be imposed by of these shipments come from the I Iv disappeared in the brush. The dry w

pan, the concave bicycle fire rim, the commissioner of agriculture Massy farms the balance is being I forms, according to the flshi'rmi.n, ,

and n bridge light, died here follow- Tallahassee-The Florida railroad 0 shipped by J. A. Carter and is madeup et fire to the brush and smoked, out..

ing several monts of illness. He is commission has won its case before | from purchases made by him from II the smugglers, capturing eleven tin u. :

survived by a wife, two sons and a 'the interstate commerce commission various smaller growers. Besides The prisoners were loaded, aboard. the> >,

daughter Mr. Moflfat was born in I: to maintain commodity rates on I these carload shipments quite a quantity chaser and the rum runner and its

Key West, and had lived in Chicago, "wet" phosphate rock shipments from of produce is said) to be going cargo of liquor taken in tow for Tu"-I l

New Orleans, London England and the interior mines of Florida to Jacksonville forward by express. pa. The brush fire was not extinginihcd I MrCHEIIN!:[:

New York. lie latter city in 1919. cellation of commodity rates would Port &t. Joe-Shipments of sea- later noticing great clouds of smoke I .
foods from Apalachicola to inland rising from the army post, rushed to Cord
La Delle-A new court house to have raised the freight rates from points during the last six months included the key. There they found the ser-1

cost $100,000 will be built as soon as $1.24 and 91.25 per ton to $1.35, $1.85 100,000 gallons of oysters and geant-caretakcr and cook fighting the

Architect Hosford completes the and $2.59 a ton, and would have beena :310,000 pounds of fish according. to flames. You '

plans and specifications. The remain- heavy burden on all export materi records of shipments over the Apala- ----- can now get I

ing $430,000 of the bond issue will be als. chicola Northern railroad. The bulk NA1MINAL JUARDSMK.N:

spent on the highways of Hendry Miami Exclusive social circles of the seafood supply from Apalachl- OF Sr\TK: 'JO (AMI1 IN balloon tires for :; ;

countyBids for this work will be received were stirred here by the announcement << rnla is shipped to the southeastern .\IIIoUI.TJlI SUMMKIt I'

l by the Commissioners May that William M. Russel of Miami United States while some canned Jacksonville, April 22.-Florida car !1
22. The necessary legal formalitieshave has filed a $100,000 heart balm shrimp is shipped out by boat. Resides I National Guard troops will not hold your present 1 1s
been conformed to by Attorney the Apalachicola<< shipments
suit ,
against George Bricked scion of their annual encampment, at Camp
I. P. Bobbins of Arcadia, who acts one of the oldest and wealthiest fam- 4S2 barrels of fish were shipped from Johnston near Jacksonville, this summer without changingrims. .
for the commissioners. Port St. Joe Inland. ,
ilies in the state. According to the I at they have for the past several '

Tampa-Permission from the In- Florida law, only the pracipe for West Palm Deach-The shiek fad years, but will be sent to Camp Mc- It I

testate Commerce Commission to extend summons, bearing merely the title of of wearing gartcrless socks which j j Lellan, Anniston, Ala, officers of the I] i

its rail from the present termi- the case, was filed in circuit court, his been sweeping among I local 1'iiard post announced tonight(

nal mar !arnsota' south and east to I' but G A. told World attorney for the and high schools of the colleges at tho Duval County armory. Orders I .,,..,.,..,,,,," ..'...,...._....10,..rid- I fi firag
F, rt :Mjers will be sought shortly by plaintiff reporters that the ac-I relegated to the back pages of out- have 'been received from headquarters / l.....,..... ..,lu* "yurty avitijt off
thi. aboard Air Line Railway. This I tion was for alienation of j I of-date styles, when more than a of the foruth corps area at Atlanta hv.dr.lt.. ifoltar* IM .... And eat s";
,........ .
the officers said send the il
-interne t is contained in a story 1 score of Palm Beach high school boys to entire
... .
Jacksonville! -The Standard Lum- | l Com/uvl/ Cued ( : '** f Florida
printed in The Tampa Times as comIMC ber Company, of Live Oak, through put in an appearance at the school infantry, National Guard, bill' at ordinary cortl* i* ln/f/ from reliable sources which de- /grounds wearing neither garters together with all auxiliary units to only half thy paws and cUl atafxwf 1
its Thomas
president, Hamilton has
I the Alabama where the Florida wan f
.'line to be named specifically. Points purchased<< from the Florida Indus- nor shoes Completely unshod camp
to hp .included in the proposed ext en- trial Company 74,000 acres contain. they walked through the school | unit will join other regiments of the
building exploiting the Dernier 01 :iilst Division. for the first mobilization
No Worms 'In a Healthy Child ing more than 600,000,000 feet of school fashions. Exploitation of thel I since the days of the World Warat
long leaf itumpage in Lee and
Ail children troubled with Worm have an ... pine fad wa short lived Camp Wheeler, Macon Ga. SMITI-I'S GARAGE '
however for the
healthy color. which indicate poor blood and ..a i, lIendry -1ounties.! The sale was made I
The date for the has
members encampment
rule there U more off lea 1 ftoraach disturbance. I by Baker Fentress, of Chicago being of the barefoot club were
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularlyfor of the timber suspended from the school for the STARKE. FLA.
one largest deals in
twos three weeks will enrich the-blood, im i recent mainder of the week. The Quinine Thai Docs Not Affect The HeldrVretvM
and act ass General Strenotbrnlna Florida history. The timber is of
dutnulua. :
prove the ) re'l .
I I fit IM toni end] lexatlv effect. LAXATIVE : -
Toot to the whole system. Nature will then I unusually fine quality and situated. Punta Gorda-That there / BNOM QLlNlNE4labktal can be take -4.
,. _
throw off off dispel the wort. and tbe'bildU\ be are by anyone wlthiiut" caiimnil iMrvuaiine eor rluolnt '-
Jo perfect beaten. Ftowaot to take. We per ooole. I most favorably. things besides real estate which are la Hoe bead. f. vv'GKOVi.3 sofas eu box. Juc.



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a.1 '. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Zitr, :May 1.-Services were held nt

: c. Rock Sunday by the p.i tor, Elder 1
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Moody, of f.aCrOSRC.
f o-a... i.elJItltmU'H school were: Leo Wiggins, Merton Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dynl. of Graham : -

Clark, Willie Mae Hinson, Charles spent Sunday; here with their MOWII

Lucian Kickliter, Junior MacDonald, parents.

Allen Long, Merrill Struth, William Mr. J. W. Lewis and son John> ,

1 Duncan, Ruth Sternberg, Raymond spent the week-end at Sturki- with : ;,
2n und I un)! |I Urowning, Edna Strickland, I-ayreo relatives. They were II"COlli'j!, ;'

--- -- ---- Brown, Iva Boyd, Ruby Prescott, home by Mrs. J. W. Lewis, wfu anent, make ship-

PARTY AT KINCSLKY: ; LAKE\ l>. T. Clark; N. Sternberg, G. M. In- I I )David Moore, Lillian Fogg, Gordon the week there at the bedside of her< you can

munV.. M. Wainwright, J. E.VII- !(I Stephens, Toledo Gainey, Jeanette mother, Mrs. W. J.. Johns. Direct to

The Tuesday morning( duplicate "son, W. K. !Davis, A. Z. Adklns, J. W. Brown, and Gladys Williams receiveda l T. B. Pmholster was n business ments

bridge cluh, of Gainesville spent Andrews, Jr., C. A. Fetch, Misses'I delayed certificate.The visitor here one day this week. i 'i lines
Tuesday at Kingsk-y Lake at the Jeanette' Durden, of Tampa, Mable fifth grade, taught by Miss Mr. and Mrs. H. Shaw, of Pine l points on the

Week cottage. The members of the Weller and Ailccn Alvarez. After [Isabel Bullen, deserves honorable Hill, spent the week-end here with

club are :McsdiimcH Sidney Robinson, several rubbers of bridge it was mention, as this class was one hundred Mrs.\ Shaw's parents, Mr. and Mrs I of the Southeastern

S. T. Dull, Fletcher Burnett, Wilmon found that Mrs. O. L. Density bud percent in keeping the health J. B. Thomas.Mr. .

Newell\ Jack Haile, Wilbur Lassiter. made high and Mrs. J. E. Wilson low, chores, and received the Health and Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent Express Company.

Kline Graham and Will Dale. and the hostess presented each with I j CruHude pennon from the Florida last Sunday at Cooter pond with their

'u box of stationery. Thu honor guest, Public Health Association. daughter, Mrs.[ Alvin Starling.Mr. ) .

MUS STEItNItKKfi GIVES: Mrs. Belcher, received! a handkerchief The closing exercises were attended Old Howard and sister, Miss Route Shipments .

iminr.E PARTY Hut VISITORS I la" guest prize by large crowds each evening, Ellen, of Fairbanks, were visiting II your

Mrs N. Sternberg entertained delightfully I| The hostess served tempting orange many of them coming from other friends here Sunday morning.J. .

at bridge Wednesday evening sherbet and cake at the close of the I towns. The past term has been a successful B. Thomas spent Friday at Pine the fastest way

\ complimentary to Mrs. J. E. 'afternoon. A variety of spring (lower one for the D. II. S. and Hill with his son, H. E. Thomas. ,

Wilson, of Cocoa, !und Mrs Bryant;: were used.. for decoration. Prof. Dowling and his corps of teachers Little Miss[ Hazel Thomas was on
Hodges of Jacksonville. -- --- have worked, faithfully for the the sick list last week.

Mrs. ,Wilson won first prize and HRIIXiK: : I'ARl'Y FOR !good of their pupils and the advance- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent

was presented with a-bottle of perfume :MRS. llKLCHKit: : ment of the school. Sunday with Mr. Thomas' sister, lILO' I
Mrs. Shaw, of Pine Hill.
while Mist Mable Weller made
|1 Mrs. J. L. Frazee gave a delight- LAWTEY Malllo ,
Shaw and Old Howard and
low and was consoled with a box ofstationery. ''ful afternoon ;
bridge Saturday
At a late hour the hostess '1 sistcr.Ellen, were in our section $
d complimentary to her daughter, bits Lawtey, May I.-E. S. Matthews Thursday night visiting friends.
served delicious salad course eniced
a. Uolther, of West Point, N. Y. and son, Eugene, of Starke, were Miss Ruby Dynl, of Graham, spent J
the honor guests, Mrs. Wil- I Hoses, larkspur and Easter inthedac-lilies visitors to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. I n few days last week with her broth
were effectively
I i er, T. D. Dyal.
Hon and Mrs l Mrs.Taylor Hodges Belcher, there, were of West present I I orations for the living room and reception nn.lI! ra. Herman Thede, of MPK. Dill Hines and little son left

Point N. Y. Miss Mablu Weller Mrs hall. Jacksonville, were guests Sunday at Saturday for Largo after spending/ 1
i After a number of rubbers of the home of Mr. and Mrs R. R.
sometime with her mother 1
J. L. Peek, Mrs. G. M. Inmun and I bridge it was found that the first Thcde. L. Prescott. Mrs S. .. er11e y.. apses atdpaenta via I9oalb.stelD Ea

: Miss Aileen Alvarez prize had'been won by Mrs. T. D. M* and lixbcadivt, the _nat.r point, you can s.car. fast.
--- I Clark, of Jacksonville, and that low Rev. J. 11. Robinson, the new pastorof business S. L. Prescott was in Starke on ilnsl Mnke lo palate on 1M HUM fI tb. 8oatbMMniCompup. EaF5 -

IIALLIIUTIOMr. '' score was made by Mrs. .F. L. Turner. Grace M. E. church; filled his first .Sunday. __--!-.- I .e .

i I The guest prize was presented to the appointment of this conference year CHURCH OF CHRIST foe fanftM tofmsmilon riUdv *. raqtfac sad so.thade dWndrrg
r and Mr*. L. S. Hutto announce
last and
honoree, Mrs. Belcher. Sunday morning evening. wades petal, sddriseE.
tho engagement and approaching I
i I' The hostess served tempting fruit Joyful reports come from coast to
marriage of their daughter Shellio salad, sandwiches, cheese balls and A. II. Hurley came home from const conccring the pro-Raster New K. FU8SHUU 0I'IA.. its.
Armenta, to Mr. Arthur II. Hall, the Louise ....
iced tea. and spent Sunday with his Testament evangelism. "The Christian Jed<- Rate.
ii wedding;! to take place Sunday, May17th family.
The guests enjoying the afternoon Standard" reported 10,000 additions
t nineteen hundred and twenty-
were Mesdanu's, 'r. 1) Clark' of Jacksonville A. L. vlsitfd. his mother to New Testament congregations
five, at five- o'clock, p. m. Starke. Taylor in
Ill Kilns Ilutlo formerly resided In ; W. M. Wnlnwright, J. R. ;Starke; Sunday in the two weekly issues following SOUTIIEASTERNExpress

Coleman where she was popular withtv /Davis, K.: L. Uiggs( A. Z.'Adkins, J'I Easter Sunday. 287 were added
J.::. Wilson, of Cocoa; N. D. Wainwright I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby und to the First Church in Minmi. I '
a wide circle of fricmlu, but for I
past two hna made her home in C. I"'. Hoover, ":want( Burn ': imily, of Starke motored to Luwtey Rible study next Sunday 10 a. m.
1 years L, J. L. Peel .F. I "
Starke. Mr. Hall is employed by tho Wymnn S. I. I Sunday afternoon. Communion and preaching at 11 +
L. Turner, J. W. Andrews, Jr., W. K.Dux :. II Comp
n. m. Subject: "Standing with thEleven.
Western Union up e
Telegraph Company, I M.I. .- ., Brown of
L. Tampa spent 1IY!
is G. M.\\ Inman Misses Carolyn "
Text Acts 2:14. I
r and at present! Is located in Coleman, Fripp, Alice Thnrin and Jeanette Sunday hero with his paren'ts, Dr. :
but his home wax originally In Wau- "How to be Happy," at 8
I nnd Mrs. G. W. Brown. t I p.
Durden, of 'rumpus guest: Mrs. [ Text Matthew m'l) ....... ,
chuln. I IIr fv8.: Sine hnnninnaa. .. ..
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Friends of the couple will learn D. L. Alvarez. !\ and Mrs. W. M. Bryan well nigh the universal quest of nil ,I

with interest of their engagement I JIIt.mw; ; ; \ ADDRESSES: LAICUEAUDIENCE ed to Starke Sunday afternoon.C. motor-I I races, sought in all ways, but seldom

and extend congratulations.DR. / :;; ON MEMORIAL; DAY R. Sapp, of Jacksonville I found it seems that all who are interested -
I was
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try to hear the sermon -
,1 ANI>> 1ms.IIIUTOS: \) ; ; (Continued from Page One) transacting business here several Sunday night. Dissatisfaction !
; ENTERTAIN: IIOl'HK; .'.AltTYI days last week. ; j. R.DAVIS&CO.I
with life is
Daughters! of tho Confederacy on their multiplying suicides and\

.,I This week Dr. and Mrs. 'V. .E. days of observance passed to his. I !Mrs Elizabeth Howe returned to filling our insane n.ssylums. "Wherecan

Midiileton. have entertained a family eternal reward on the 16th of April. Gainesville Monday after spendinga happiness be found?" the universal

f'1 : house party lit their hospitablo homo We miss his cherry smile, his wordsof few days here with her daughter, cry of man. Come and hear. INSURANCEAGENCY

I' on West Mudison St. Their son, Burl, encouragement and apprccation, Mrs. A. A. Smith. Mrs. Smith andMrs.
'!: .f, Wall married, lust Sunday afternoon and today as looking over the little Catherine Teare accompanied BAPTIST CIIURCII BULLETINThe

t "..l to Miss Susie Anderson. the weddingtaking group of veterans we fuel at a glance her. ESTABLISHED 1886
:'L'" place in Savannah, Cut., and that he is absent Ills was a soldierly ) regular services of the church ;:

the young couple came here Monday hearing and one could picture him j 1 Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and children, will be held on Sunday. Bible school !

i j,1' to visit his parent Miss Madge X'ullantly and bravely fighting in the I 'of Middleburir, are spending a few at 0:45 a. m., with classes. for all STARKE,

o ;' Middleton of the W Clman'a College, defence of a cause fie know was right.' ',days hero with her parents, Mr and ages. Divine worship at 11 :0\: ( a. m., FLA.'J

'f came home for a few duys visit, and lie fought in the Army of Northern Mrs.. W. II. Biggs. I with n sermon. by the pastor on "TbeI |

the other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Virginia, under Gen. Robert/ E. Lea I Value of the Place of the Beginning." I _
Raleigh Dowling and son, Raleigh, Me was a members of Co. 11 1!, 5UthCieorgm I and Mrs. W. T. Fincher and A striking: incident in the ministry of'
children, of Sturke, were visitors here Lord furnishes
a' Jr., Mr. and. Mrs, Will bowling and commanded by ('apt.. J. W. :.Sunday. our food for lhoughtalnnl.C
children, all of Jacksonville. Sam Wells. Tim company went into action |this line, and these who share --

Hemingway,, of Macon, Ga., was also with thirty-seven men and came out l1rK.o'ranreK Wiggins, of Jacksonville I in worship; with us wIll hind spiritual
among the guests. with only ten. In the battle uf Salem' was a weekend visitor at the uplift in this! meditution. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

Church Mr. Croft suffered, a severe'' !home of her mother, Mrs. Louise Senior, Intermediate! and Junior B.
2UTII CENTl'KJt'.uTlTcTuTj; : leg wound, which necessitated its ;1 Lowery. Y. P. U. nt 7:00: p. m. Evening worship &(, RITCH
amputation. He cheerfully bore this at H::00. The pastor will speakon
Mrs| and Mrs. J. W. Andrews' Jr., Mrs Nellie "The Man Who Sold REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
cross, and when in late yours his Futch, of Vanderbilt, Himself for : '
entertained the 20th Century Bridge! health failed and eyesight grew dim, j I is .spending a few days here at the n Dollar." Thin is an actual occurance, INSIK\\E! ( COMPANIES FIRE} ,

Club Thursday evening at their attractive his high und! unfaltering courage 'home of Mr. and !Mrs. O. L. Futch. and illustrates the depths to which a ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE

home on West Madison St. sustained him still. He died as he man will go in his folly. This is the BONDS: LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

A profusion of nasturtiums and lark- l lived, secure in the Christian's faith. Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. ToroJa and family church, no bring the little MADE

spur wero gracefully arranged for We miss him, yes bat children,. motored to Kingsley lake one and friends. PROMPTLY
decorations for this pretty porch Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
"Wo would
nut call him back to earth
party. .METHODIST;
!Mrs N. Sternberg and J. J. Truby to live, E. I D. Boyer, of Baldwin, visited -

won high prizes, nnd Mr. and Mrs. I IU. lut h! giveA ;pray jod in heaven may let him I friends here Mond.iy. Sunday school at 10:00: oclock a. m. We can charge

L. llcnsloy rurriecl oil' tho consolation Mrs. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. your
trophies.An helping hand to his high cause Jacksonville G. W. Green was a visitor to Prayer meeting Wednesday evening YES 8 HRS
there, Monday.Mr. .
at 8.
ice t-imrse of ribbon cream and
mude.And speak for us on earth a word of The pastor hal t Storage Battery In I I
h mao- and! Mrs. Bryant Reddish, of appointed the foi- {i
hostess, assisted. by Misses Florence The _Jacksonville, were Sunday visitors at lowing committees to assist him in
quartette sang, "QoJ be with
Andrews und Genevieve Rivers. You 'Till We Meet Again," Kev. C. .F. t the' home of Mr. and birs. V. R. Red- church work: i
Those enjoying Mr. and !Mrs. An d lish. Missionary. committee: L. A. Dates, I
drews' hospitality were: Mr. and anti Stamps the pronounced. the benediction, chairman E. K. Perrymnn, S. S. Smith's Garage StFake} ;

Mrs N. St.rnb.rll'Ir., and Mrs. .'. impressive service was closed Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow and children Dowling. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, !Mrs. I ,
by taps blown by Bugler A. E. Wall
F. Slump Mr. and Mrs. O. I I. Deas- will leave sometime this week for ft. J. W. White. I

4 toy, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr., Sr. 't Valley Ga., where Mr. Goodfellow) is Evangelistic ...ommltteeIlss! -----

And Mrs. U. M. In man, Mr. und Mrs After the service the Daughters i representing the Gill Bros. Commission Amelia Kay. chairman, Mrs. E. K. Miss Annie Darby, :\11'". O. L. Haynes. UUADFORD/ PINES TO /lIE AT

S. .... Peek, J. J. Truby, Miss MubleVoller of the the Confederacy, the Children of i house of New York City. Porrynmn, II. M. Snyder, Mrs, A. Z. Stewardship and Tithing: Mrs. A. MADISON SIHHElUJESS! :
Confederacy und numbers of Adkins, Mrs. E. Wood, chairman, D. K.; Knight J. W.
\ anti Miss! Jvanettu Durden, o t other J. T. Moore L. Biggs, Mrs. J, W ,
4 Tampa. persons proceeded to Crosby shipped a solid carload Andrews, Jr.Education. White, Mrs. J. F. Colley, :Mrs.:\ II. M.\ E. M. Nix
.. i iMRS. cemetery and there decorated with .if string beans to New York Tueslay. Snyder. development agent! of
--- committee
(flowers, flags and laurel < : Mrs. J. H. the Seaboard Air Line railway, was
wreaths the
Hitch chairman, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. Lay speakers committee: O. W. in Starke Thursday
t Hilt MUS. WILSON graves National of and soldiers World of War the Confederacy soldier atso !, i \V. E. Torode and E. D. Wells were D. C Knight, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, White, chairman, E. S. Matthews, S. { which will bt used in decorating pine the
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. E. Hitch S. S.
Mr*. J. M.\ !Mitchell entertained delightfully Daughters and Children of theConfederacy. dsitora to Jacksonville Thursday. Dowling. 1! Southern Exposition booth to be used
Social committee: Mr. L. A Davis Supcranuate; Fund committee: S. by the
Seaboard in
at britl Madison
I' Thursday morning The Square
work of decoration
W. C. Woolen reperscntcd the chairman, Miss Florence Matthews. S. Doulmg, chairman, L. A. Davis, O.I : Gardens, New York
complimentary to Mm. J. E. Wilson was done under the direction of :Sirs. I[ City. This booth
Lawtey Masonic Lodge! at the Grand Mrs. R. F. Clark, Mrs E.\J.: Johns I W. White Miss Amelia Ray. Mrs. J. will
of Cocoa. Enter.: lilies were used Brown, chairman cemetery com1 1 contain exhibits of products
Lodge in Jacksonville II.
last Mrs. A. Wood
week. Mrs. L.
for the decoration of the living and I Ii mittee. A. grown In territory traversed by the
*-* ; >*i-+>* >#*sv!*i antis Davis.
i dining rooms. Mrs. Albert Jennings, of i Seaboard, and will likely attract as
As a guest prize, !Mrs. Wilson wnpresented e FOIM1 STOLEN THURSDAY SHIll is i spending a few days here with her Choir: Mrs. E. K. Ferryman direc- 1 much attention as the Florida Expo-
As tor Mrs A. Z. .
Happy Can ; Ailkins
--- Be assistant diicctor -
with n box of face powder; mother, Mrs. Wilkerson. sition held there last year. Ho was
A Ford
touring! car belonging to : Mrs. F. II.
Long, pianist; Mrs. ,
t"! perfume was given as lirst and assisted in securing suitable
a rouge compact us low prizo.pnzu .\ :Malpas' living in the northern I,. A. Mare left last week for South HOBO KIDNEY AND BLADDER 1.\. W. Ander-on, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, by L. VVjm.in, director of the trees
experiment -
The hostess served delicious punch part of C GI eke, was stolen Thursday 'lorulu I where he has accepted a REMEDY"I |, ., Mrs. E. L. Blirgn. Mrs. II. A. a tut iuti hero.

during the game, and later shrimp I night form tho yard of his residence position as railroad al'. lIOn foreman. 'I | Bishop Mrs.. B. M. Johns, Mrs. D. E. ----

.., salad, sandwiches', saltines, olives, The car was pushed u short distance I can work as well as ever, and Knight, Miss Florence Matthews, SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPHlfabitu.il : ;
cheese sticks and icej tea. from the house and then driven offs 1IIEKES.SA: am na happy as can be, for my life Miiis Kate Struth L. A, Davis, C. L.

I The Occupants of the house heard the has been !given back to me," writes J. i reek, :S.;, E. Ritch, F. L. Smith, Powell .
; guests were Mesdames N. D. car starting oft Theressa, May 1.-:Mr. Laurie Al- I I R. Bryant i Constipation Cured
and notified the who
Wainwright, L. \Vyman J. W. Andrew Ii j Icrman, of Melrose, was business says he went to in I 4 to 21 Day
night officer, but the thief made !good n specialists who told him he bad The pastor requests all of the "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"
o *, Jr., O. L. Beamley, J. I E. WII1 visitor! in this section ia apeclnlly-
1 his escape. No trace of the car has Thursday. Bright's! Disease and to he apeclnllypreparedSyrupTonicLnxativeforllabitua1 '
at church
they could do next
eon, A. Z. Adklns, W. E. Davis, C. .F. Mr. and l Mrs. Charles Sunday
hern I found, but officers confident! Forsythotrere nothing for hln It relieves
Hoover are ). morning at 11:00: o'clock. promptly and
J. F. Kickliter, Jr., W. M. ,. visitors to Hawthorne Thuri- should be
nabbing the culprit. He took eight bottle of Hobo ---- ---- regularly for 14 to 21 days
Wainwright( A. W. Anderson, Jay ___ day evening Kid- to induce
ney and Bladder DFOUD/ ('OUSTtE'fl' / regular action. It Stimulates and
Alderman. :Misses Carolyn Fripp, UOKKK 1 : IO'FACE ANOTHERCIIARUE Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mains, of satisfied. Remedy and is entirely Beginning the fifth\ Sunday in Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c

Alice Thariii, and Jeanette Durden, SKLI.1MJ; : LKJL'OU lampton, spent the weekend with "lIob,," ia made from May we will conduct a revival for per
of her I an herb that
Tampa. mother, Mrs. Fre.
Jacksonville, April 25,-The second :Mrs Joe Padgett had Clover ettle. { contains iu alcohol, no opiates, no Bradford county" at the high school
/ her
MRS. WAINWRIliliTaTrESTARTY : of as guests habit forming drugs. auditorium, Starke, services at S
case alleged whiskey selling :Sunday;: Mr.\ and :Mrs. Jim o'clock bottle.WANTED
COMPLEMEMINO\ 1 Io pending against D. W. Doree, living 1 liin lifts daughter, and i|I' Hobo Kidney and Bladder treat p. m. Everybody welcome.
J/KS. ma.aiiit: ; i a houseboat at the foot of Jackson There will be Waldo. j (font will put you back on your feet Especially do we invite all of the
'o '' preaching at the | in tip-top shape the churches of Starke to cooperate withus
) street, who is now .serving u thirty- church here I same as it has
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright gave a Sunday night. dune for others. in this revival, believing it
'l' Get will
lay sentence at the prison farm on :Miss Ruby Clovenettle '' a treatment of
,ilmilar charges, was called before was a'i.sitor this money-back guaranteed be a !great blessing to each and all of
v to remedy
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cornplimentury i]Municipal Judge J. J. Deckhum and A few families enjoyed Friday evening. I j''I at your neighborhood druggist at them and to everyone who will at wood and tie Choppers.
a tend. Come
fry once out and let's have
J Pa.i.iyr) l badge. were, :Mesdames! J. ,,will passed finish until the May,;un 20 he, the N now Jay serving.Bone out on the lake Friday evening. I I throe revival of the religion of an our old Call atBENNETT'S to

) O. Il>, oar> C. F. Hoover, O. L. Iteas- Bartow Proposed HOBO :MEDICINE COMPANY Lord and Savior Jesu Christ Special

:0..'.< ley, J. I. Peek I. Peek, Taylor Q"ini" Work started on Williams include 100,000 hospital improvements song service each night. Rev. E. D. STOREFor

k lielchfi' J I. rn./i. ', i F. L. 'runr. l: ,I I.ucu, wart'huu e. sun' to water and and exten- 0 Beaumont Texas Boyer, evangelist will do the preaching
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7 ) ADVICETO THE AGED I Mr. and Mrs. Tuto Powell wero I f fjruests r-

l J A. bring Inflrrnttfo*.*ucK s.duiiRTutt's I I nf Mrs. Lucy Powull Sunday I! Il ; .-:; ,I-- .'. _......... :, ...Jr .... ,. -- "'ggp''v-' ; ;: } ,
bowl* wi.... kidnvjr*. torpid .nr, I

of LocalIlloi'illallon MciJ. 0. Turner and children left:'
Tuesday fur Snrnsota xvlu'i'c- they will '

f join :Mi. Turner, who i inU'iv-totl, in''I .
J' .i'
i .h... .p.eina.tf.et IhaM :
a an
: | timuUlittff" the bawrlM .!... natural I a luiki'i.v' Ihera'i'hey t wonmvompnm' | r BreakfastBacon \ '::'::';; '
action,and impart war to lb. ayalaro. I oil l h> Mrs. Cit'o. Singleton! of Miu-nn, I : '::". ::+.. -,i, ,

Concerning Our People, Business and and Ca.; who will K.wndtl"l1l1l11l1'r| thinI I '
111'.111,1II'S, : J. P. Robinson, : : ; : "jt;
Progres of the County and Town. Sebring-By of 1C 1 the
vote to
Robinson and a .: ii:
I Mr. and !Mrs. W. P. I .
I .
litizens' of Sabring declared themselves : '
children, !Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, I ; Q I
m _______________ of in favor of retaining, the ': I 'II 1 @ ,.1
Mr. and Mrs.Vilbur Archer I .. ICI I : ::11
councilmanic form of ij
Mrs. H. II. Young is in Miami visiting i- i sons, of Baldwin, are guests of her Jacksonville, motored here Sunday There are many J "
friends. and spent the day at Kinprsloy with | to: r rI
I brother, Charlie J. Powell, and fami- t't'l
ly. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. I .. !! brands bacon a
I k i t f.11
Fresh pork, lamb and beef--cut 'ENTAWORiICOLUMN o I ", ., I : Q II I, :: ,

just right at Peoples Store No. 1. I was Col.here Truman Tuesday Futch evening, of Gainesville and at-, were The entertained Senior Class Friday of the evening It. II. by S. C n nI \\\ r ; I i l and more than II : \\h, ;::ri

Mrs. E. L. Biggs pent several tended the graduating exercises at the Juniors, at a delightful Kinttsley one of the many i : ::: *(
days in Jacksonville this week. the B. II. S. lake picnic. The Junior Class is com-
i posed of James William Brownleo, i I I
but "
Linn; I I are good i"J
Men's Athletic Underwear and Gary Ennis, Nathan Johnson and Lois Edwards, Leola and |

Pajamas for summer wear at Frank Carter, all of the Universityof Fojtgr, Natalie Marcionny, Clyde \LE-Deun Hampers. J. L. j I there is best and
that is '
J. AI. Alvarei.: Florida, were guests Sunday of Crews, Albert Mizelle and Harold Ilarrell Lawtoy, Fin. 5-1-41 I only one \

Charlie Stearns, of New Jersey, la ,I Hollis V. Knight. Seniors Priester, and namely their; guests Fannie were Darby the, WANTED-Tenn. Flat Beans-32 the one you want. You will find it at \

visiting his uncle, N. B. Hull. Mildred\ Gill, Rosa Leviton, Genevieve quart Hampers. Any amount J. L. ;
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and little
I I daughter, of: Jacksonville, are guests Rivers, J.'reeVynn, Frank Carpenter Hurroll, Lawtey, Fla. B-l-4t I our market. We sell it in either sidesor i';
Gerald MMdleton 1 Orle Wiggins. ,
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton were < ,
this week of Mrs. Alvarez' parents,
rOlt SALE Ued Duroc pig, 8 week!
1 Joe Sistrunk, Charles Rivers, Mozelle sliced It has :
last Thursday. prefer.
in Jacksonville as
visitors I J Mr. and Mrs L. V.. Moore. McGruiler Charles Darby and Russell old; good dairy mulch cow. C. I you a reputation -

Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg motored I, Mrs. E. S. Matthews---, Miss--Florence- Scott. road Letsch and between highway, Heilbrotm, Stnrke. Springs It* for quality with the people

to Jacksonville Tuesday evening. j t Matthews and Eugene Matthews motored -- -- --- I

|i to Jacksonville Wednesday to TOBACCO CROP INSUWANNEB '. LmfnE"u"FO: R 8 A LE-Rough lumber I of this community.Variety rl
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent spend a week with !Mrs Annie Rich- : ENCOURAGINGIs : nil dimensions. Can "well, better ;

Thursday in Jacksonville. ard. lumber cheaper than any other mill.
Four Times That of Acreage
I I Dressed lumber will be available i
Planted in fast Year.
Dressed liens at the Peoples Mar Judge and Mrs A. V. Long, and within two weeks. J. S. Austin near Meat MarketPhone

ket No.1. daughter, Annie Long, Mr. and Mrs. Live Oak, April 24.! -Figures have Klncsloy take. Route M I, Starke.

I, Louis T. Jarmon, of Palatka, were been gathered and compiled of Su- 6-1-tf. 124 Starke
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Mrs. J. C. Hoover has returned week-end guests of Mrs. S. E. Brown- wannee county which place the acre SEED PEANUTS

home after a stay of ten days in lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. A!. Brownlee. age in bright loaf tobacco plantedthis ,

Jacksonville.Mrs. I season at 800 acres or four times N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-

Mrs. Taylor Belcher and little son, the acreage for 1021. $1.00 per bushel (Four cent.

Catherine Davis, of Jackson who have spent several weeks with Last year's crop was of the very I mute pound) f. o. b. Lowell. Flu.H. ,

ville, was a week-end guest in;; her parents, Col. and Mrs. J. L. Fra- best quality and commanded very T. HALL COMPANY.

Starke and at Kingsley lake. ]I 1 zee, left yesterday for West Point, sutiiifuctory prices, and the yield peraria I, 19tf. Lowell, Fla. !
N. Y. than had been hoped
was more ""'
Mrs. T. D. Clark, of Jacksonville, ) fut' The- fine texture and quality of I i I

is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Men's and Young Men's\ :Suits:: the leaf commanded the attention of I III i'ur.uil; Courl Elulitli. ,1'i'ln-il. 1'1".lt.nr..oI"I i Ii -
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In C linnlliiiiir.ini r
I .r 1'lmUln
r"unly !Sinh' f\f f tt
Mrs. N. D. Waillwrl ht. I I $5.5)5; :) to :$33.00. lour lit guaranteed tobacco growers from other sectionsof ""r>' ? ,"

-- ----------' in a suit that will please. the country, resulting in a number ( County lhu,k.. nnri",i,rnllon. n>mIrlnlniint I ''!:'',:-r:''' '.!i-of''l'! '41! '

Dr. J J. Bulk-n is visiting his 1 J. 11.IYarel.. of experienced tobacco growers moving VM,
dauithtir, Ih'utl'ico, nt Norman College to this county last fall, who have 1. Y. Scnlt!' mil' J 11! Hnin-r. Defim.lnnli! I I 1 .
H pinrlnir| by fldo'! lit nppnmtiil to the
of from
Nornmn Park, Ga. Mrs. S, T. Dell and children, of now experimental crops eight 11,111 niii) In 111. atmvi-iilnfiM. rover, that Y.
to fifty acres out and growing nicely. Scirtt and J H. Hn...-, the fcmlnnU l .. Ihi-ro- \\
-- I i Gainesville were among the visitors Tobacco estimate the 1025 In nnnuil nrw non-rfsldnnUi of tho Hint ofriorldn. I
Harold Wall, of Jacksonville, spent 1 to Starke Sunday to attend the men and Ih.-y nro n..l<|pnUi of. 8tclt for the will be eight .. tho
and o'of
crop State f l-i-nnnyUiinln urn ovi r
the week-end with his parents, Mr. Memorial Day exercises at the COUI.thouse It I. thewforiorilcrrrt
hundred to one million pounds, and itprices Iwnnly-onu ycnm.
and Mrs. W. L. Wall. square. I I that I enld l nun-rmlili-nt dofomlimtn' ho end arshrroby
: :
are in keeping with last year j rmniroil to aplwnr to the nil) of immplnlnt i
I the will give the a net I I mind In .,lId! c..i... on or haters Moo
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Scott and children Misses Fayree and Jeanette Brown, crop growers n y. (tho lit day of Juno A. D. in.'B. othorI I
profit of about $200,000. I I I wU. thiHlliiTHllon.. of nld bill will hi t.k.niw
have to Plant City to make who have been in Starke for the past .
gone .... di'frndnnlii.' I
It is stated here by those best informed .I..ed by mild
their home. four months with their aunt, Mrs. 11. i It In further ordered thnt thin order !Iwpublished
)I O. Brown and while here were stu- that should the 1925 crop | || | | once n week for four cenaetetlvwreks *
profitable the planted' In lion Mrmlford County Tilinrnph.mw.pai.tr a
Sam Hemingway, of Macon, Ga., dents in the B. H. S., returned Wed- prove acreage puhlUhnl In laid County and 8...... N

spent Sunday as a guest at the homeof nesday to their home in Lake Butler. two next hundred year will thousand be increased acres or to enoughto about This April,, 11. Itll o w. AI.r>F.RM-\N. : J'saFand ine Habit

Ur. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. (Seal) Clerk Croult ('n..rt.By .
guarantee a warehouse and auction .
r. A. KNIGHT.bepnty
I Strawberries, Lemons and Maxj :- market for Suwannee county. Cli'rk. : -=
Mrs. It. B. Alvarez came Friday to I j well House tea ready for cool lunches' A. 8, CREWS
spend a while at the home of her par{ at Peoples Grocery No. 1. TAX SOLUTION 1O COME Sullrllor, for CompUlnnnl Hl6tM I

rents, !Mr. and Mrs. 1.. V. Moore. FROM )otU; LIZ.\TIOS I H\NK: II'U ftlfIo-:: : I ;; --- the habit of taving": leads to ccmfort

Miss Bertha Moore spent Sunday I| filled Large with, strong Procter &galvanized Gamble SOAPS PAIL :New Retenue-IiaUinx. Measures Face I County o'porl..1 Hunk.the..t Stnrkn condition In of the The Slate Bradford of Floe- I and independence. If you [rarer naturally

at the home of her parents, !Mr. and Regular Value $1.05 for 75 cents A Stormy Path. loin nt the lo., KKSOUIUESMl of biMincm April Hth ll>20. I "free [spender" try the bank-account

Mrs L. V. Moore. I Come to our store, or telephone immediately titan nnd tJl..n'l R,997 V.
----- I IIrs. I while the bargain lasts. Tallahassee, April 21.-The 1925 i, .,vi rdrnftMI'nlKnl ,-- --- I9G1.49' : : ;w: cure. it is'astonishing' (how the mere opening -
Hon l lStiilf. 12,1'1110' I
Slates <
legislature came to the end of its <
!\ A Z. Ailkins und :Mrs. J. E. Peoples Grocery. i' County and Municipal rlaruh 2,11110.119 of a savings-bank account rseems to
Wilson motored to Gainesville Monday I third week today without having put I Hnnklnu nil".'. Furnlluru coil' Fix I

and were guests of relatives. The missionary circle of the Baptist /any acts of state-wide lonsequence on 1 I,' OlliiT pony, Hnl- Kulnti-- _- ... -- ,' -- 1t.19.00090 08IU make saving money both possible and I
the statute books, but with its legislative Dmfrom Incnrpomlifil llnnlmim (ID.HOB.78
I church will meet with Mrs. Ray I 2.7'11.28 pleasant.
course for the remainder of ( It..m.
Young Men's all flannel trousers Newsom Monday afternoon, 8:30: and I ('/lph on Hnnil -- __ II.I(12.52
the suasion definitely charted { I I
latest :$7.85: and with Mrs. Newsom and Mrs. J. W.
weaves: with the way cleared for action on I Told __ 166O5D.91.IAiIILITIBa 7 7I I ICH
Ahariv. | Edwards hostesses. I
$5.50..1..11. i os I

I : the consideration.principal measures now under I inriiluil|>IUI Block fund I'SiiTTn"_ __ _---------I_. _,_ 40 1H.OOOOO.000.00 A Dollar Will Open An Account Here

Mr. and I Mrs.' U. T. Richard, ofj i Misses Blanche Aldernum, Iris Ep- I I nillvlilnl l-ronili (Las Eapersos I I
Jacksonville, were guests this week' person, Isabel Fernandez and Madge Many legislative proposals of an I and T...M Paid) -- -. n______ ..G1I.tnI
I In-llvlilunl' Oi-lionlM nubjMl '"
have I
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall Middleton, students at the Woman's experimental nature gone by I -"" '-"" -
the wayside during these first three ___ _,
Tallahassee here D"IM..lla 'Uh --- *0<.9 6S.7J
\ College, wore to -
I I of Deposit .02TOT f
Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Palatka, was commencement exercises at the weeks, scores of bills having been (Tlm'.Ttlnoil( VrtincHU.Chick _un' __?...' .._ .SlJI'li.hlcr'n
tossed by senate and house committees BANK OF STARKE
here the first of the week, the guestof D. H. S. Chicks !I

Mrs. Emma Richard.: I 4 I into the discard with a promptness I' Total| -- ____,_ -_-M5B.OOB 1 II
which bas demonstrated the determination .. I
!'Jtiil.of Florida. County nf llr dford. antI i
Mr. and Mrs. B. of
George Flynn, The Bank of Service
.. ,o'Mmd Helpful
I j of the legislature to proceed .1. H Rifrh./ Ca hler of the l"
Iceberg lettuce, celery and toma- Titusville, came Saturday to visit her I I H.nk. HII swear | :
New rmYow'' i:
slowly und<1 cautiously. : I't: r.n'r.:; .
Grocery No 1. parents, !Mr. and Mrs. I', fo;. Canova. I .n.u-mi'iil I thu beat
toes. Peoples
of have with-
I plans raising revenue and' '
-- Mr. Flynn returned home Monday but J. If RITOH. r...lil..r. ,
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out exception, received u cool reception .'..RRicrr A-rrKsr,
Mrs. Flynn is spending the week
Mrs. Herbert Ritch is in Gainesville / and there wore indications to- N. 'r Mrcn.
visiting her parents, Mr. and here. (i M INMAN
day that even the taxing of intangibles W 'r. WEEKS! '.1I
Mrs. S. H. Demaree.Mr. as now permitted under the constitution Dlructur"NulmcrllM'il
I Phone 13 for dressed hen or yam's and liworn li' t>*.fnri mt this
would not be
approved by
and Mrs. Bancroft, who have favorite.roast or chops. Plenty of I this legislature. Under u concurrent IHh day of April. 192ft.I A s (..unwsNntary .> Su u u c l u uZ'ZaZZ'Zr uZZ uZ uZZ2S'ur'u '
been wintering in Starke left Wed- ,I fans free at the Peoples Grocery No. resolution adopted by both houses, a I Public

nesday for their home in Indiana. 11. joint committee is to be created to I .

1 I study the problem of taxing intangibles I __ __ ___ _. of Jackson- Mrs :Marie Elwood, who has .spent
Mrs. Ida W. Tatum, but it is a foregone conclusionthat
of her daughter, the winter season here, left yester- I I
ville, is the guest any such tux bill will meet defeat -
Mrs. R. J. Davis. day to spend the summer at No. :327 in the senate, though It may be KELLYI LOOK !

Indiana St., Punxsutuwncy, Pa. Mrs. I able to !get through the house. sraamator IC] I

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, Mr. and Elwood will return here next fall to Consideration of the whole problem I FLEXIBLE

Mrs. Clarence Iloppe, of Tampa, were spend the winter.len'lI of taxation has brought must of the
, recent /guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. I legislate, leaders to the com (union i r ; LOOK ;
Beasley.Mr. Spring :::Suits latest that the solution does not lie in new- 7\.i\\

styles, two pair trousers, coat, fangled tax plans., but in the equalization ..
and Mrs. L. C. Kay of Reddick, pest: $:JIJ and :$:;:n. J. M. Alvare/. of valuations throughout the I F.. I"'"

were guests this week of Mr. Ray's Made\ to lit and ghe satisfac state. While this is regarded largely I 4 Something New ,

sisters, Misses Olive and Amelia lion as an executive function the legislature > [H .

Ray and Mrs.' J. W. White. stands! ready to enlarge the I .
Col. D. E.!: Knight has returned powers of the state tax official ,

Ford Prescott and from Tallahassee and i is spending the The 1U25-J7 appropriation bill, I n.Brinson'si .
Mr. and Mrs. recent week-end with his family. He will be carrying approximately $10,000,000 m.imil interested,
children, of Palatka, were
Mr. and Mrs. accompanied to Tallahassee the first for the operation of the state government In the technical rc.inon; for
of his ,
guests parents ''II
of the week by Mrs. Knight and son,
and institutions the
during two
L. C. Prescott.Mr. the revolutiim.ii.v improvement I
Paul Ernest, who will spend twoweeks
beginning, I
years July I. wax Hearing
in the Kelly Flexible and Mirror
in the apitol City new
completion today under the direction
and Mrs. M. C. Stith, of Jack- ;
i ( 'ord-t looped! head
and Mrs.II. of Senator W. C. Hodges and Representative
sonville, were guests of Mr. Hon. R. A. Green was in Dilutee A. II. Williams, the chairman construction which makes .'

L. Brotfnlet during commence Sunday, having been invited to make of the senate and house iippr possible the flexible ShopYour old Mirrors made
ment at the Li. II. S. the Memorial address in connectionwith priationH committee. Senator Hodges new

Memorial day exercises. lIe will had planned, to have the bill reaedy. trend.
Charmer Coffee 3 boxes for $1.00 seek at Earlton today, the occasion! for introduction in both houses today j to look like l lI
Peoples Grocery. being the annual picnic of the Waldo but it appeared doubtful this Hut jou are interested! In i new.

school. morning if it would be ready before the fact that you will get !
Mrs. E. K. Perryman and little son, week. I .
next more riding comfort, more
Emmett, returned Saturday and his aunt, Mrs.
Charles Darby -- ----
Miami, where they were guests of II. C. Richard, motored to Palatka !Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott, of traction and more mileage I.. tI

Mrs. C. F. Sayles. Wednesday. Mrs. Richard was here Sampson City, were visitors to from this new Kelly/ Flexible I l'j
--- - --- the first of the week attending commencement Starke Tuesday, and spent the dayat Cord than you have j

Buy your spring and summer and while in town was the home of J. W. Andrews, Sr. secured even from other

, togs for cash at J. M. Ah'are/. the guest of her brother, A. M. Darby, used.
Cash prices mean low prices. and family. !Mrs. W. G. Powell, of Jacksonville<< _Kelly tires! you have WILLIAM BRINSONProprietor

tpent the week-end In Starke with her I

Mrs. Robert Tanner and two little :Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. May brother .1. W. Andrews, Sr.
Jones :Misses Madge and Hazel Mid- Fireproof Garage I

dleton, :Marguerite Sbrlver, Alice Mr. and Mra. L. B. Powell, of

ITCH KILLED Tharin, Aileen Alvarez, Sara Malpaa, Alachua Mr. and &In. J. G. Crew, STARKE, LA. NEAR S. A. L. DEPOTI'

in 30 minutes with :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mr. and Mri. Mm. K. T. Crews and children, pent :
cents Earl :Miildli-ton. of Savannah, motor- Sunday in Starke with J. W. Andrew -
for 50
Par-a-sitd-cide -.-
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tore. ".1 In (;nm mill Tuesdaj ru-8.
Sold by Mitchell'!

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become numerous and the affected Heights is the board of trade which ( coast combining pleasure and busi rUn vyER

I[ 'leaves! wilt and fall. I was organized almost as soon as the ness. '

,. "When the infection is not severe," I I developers conceived the idea of promoting Mrs J. W. Loudholtz and two chil-

FARMERS and FARMING Mays Dr Weber "very little damage : the tract on the Lake Geneva dren, Warren and Sadie of Jacksonville '"' "';J"'R R.. w S

j I... done,, But heavily infected plants I' shores. F[ D. Ilornbeck has been secretary I have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. __ a1.

lose all of their leaves. of the body since its opening W. Jones, parents of Mrs. LoadI -

"The disease Is caused by a fungus I in January last year The board of holtz. She leaves here Tuesday for haarlem oil has been a world-

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARC INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE: which is easily scattered by wind and trade has accomplished much for the I her home and will bo accompanied by wide remedy for kidney, liver and

ARTICLES; OK FARM: EXPERIENCES: AND METHODS FOUND rain, It is common in Florida being betterment of the colony and local her grandmother, Mm. E. AI. Barnes, LiladcUr disorders rheumatism,

TO Bb liK.Sl SUITED 1O OUR COUNTY. found in practically every locality residents believe it indispensable to of Virginia, who after a visit with and acid conditions.
where peppers are grown. The disease the general progress of Keystone her will return home. lumbago uric

.. lives from D. F. :Mack of Conneaut
one to Heights.
season another ,
The T. EX L. Class of the Lake But-
on old plants. in the field." Lake Park Pa president in 1
MANY FIELD MEETINGS: i. I was ler Baptist Sunday school held its r1Q14D AI
I. PLANNKD UUIU'IIGL: : tYIf KX1ICAC1S UtOM/ COUNTY: --- 11)21! while. J. Edwin Larson secretarytreasurer first social meeting last Tuesday afternoon V' HAARLEM OIL I,
of the Lawrence Developing
AGENTS' UuPOKlS at the home of !Mrs.\ R. S. .ci +
I If Many citrus growers of Florida . . e Lake Geneva Company this is head of the or- Johns Cozy vine covered l porch wan

t will have opportunity to study: their !' Palm k'uni/ation year. beautifully decorated with verbena, correct.Internal trouble,stimulate vital
Beach !Iluve
I problems and confer with specialists secured a Keystone Heights is referred to ns"the Three sizes. All Insist
roses and potted plants. At the suggestion organs. druggists.
I great deal of valuable information Resort Town Switzerland of Florida "
of the Florida AKr'cultuiul Extension of Mrs. G. W. Coleman, class "* the criminal smiiine Ooi.n Mrni
I about sugar cane on my trip to Cuba,, 1"'lIulie of the numerous beautiful
Division of meetings that
t I in u SUIII-H 1 and feel that I will be in much better lakes that bolder the mainland. president, n name for the class was : When water glasses became spotted -
begin. on May 4 and continue to June the T. E. I..
and was
position to advise regarding thu development Growing Fast nuino hard water they can be easily
4. Problums of culture fertilization, coats! often use the background as I by ,
chosen. As it principally mother'slu
of the sugar cane industry u setting for their works. IK a cleaned with a pnste made of table
I disease and inse-cl control and other '
: its first aim I "Uc-tte-r Christian
Florida, < 8 IK I
I in The colony is fifty-five miles southwest Milt and vinegar.
, matters. ufTcctuiK'" the ulius' industry Keystone Heights lilds to lie I'upular I I Training for the Children, Aftersplendid
will Iou taken nt lhe.o meetings, All-\e-ur Watering' Place (! of Jacksonville! and forty miles
up I talks by Mrs .1. E. Mnux-s> !1 A flashlight is \t'I'Y' convenient for
i St. Johnu-A great dual of thought from St. Augustine. Hampton a disc
of which will be- held meetings
many ; teacher Mrs G. VV. Coleman President
I dark when baking
and demonstrations with view of that would indicate a better system I Kc" ystone Heights, April 26.-AI. lance of nine miles is. the ncuerest i lighting a oven
u I nod.I 1\1rs"J. II. delicious should be disturbed
Williams which not
a cake, etc( -
better quality production. of ,diversification next year IB being must over night another popular resort -, town Luke Geneva has a shore line :I

, The meetings will be in charge of given by farmers Cluh boys are beginning I has sprung up in Northern, i of eighteen miles, of which Keystone |I those salad course was served.Mes1 'I by pulling to the front of the

K. F, UeBunk, citrus pathologist for to look ahead to the Short Florida which bids to become tin Heights is located in the center The 1! dumps Among J. E. Maine present, U W were Coleman: : oven.
the extension HCIVICCand district I It ourse in June. nieces of recreation for thousands it 1'i''? hts are also on the proposed
I W E. Loadholtz Charles
agents. Meetings! in each county will out.ofdutcpeople us well us I rnlah.i-Lakc- (it\ short route 'I'T. 11. Richard J., II. Williams. D. F.,
I Duval--A prize of $l lr U in cash ridiuns
be arranged by the county agent. 110-1 According to scientific Survey'sconducted 666
McDonald S. M. Onagers, Drew Addison
nan been the
offered to farmer of the
fluid Keystone Lake the stale and federalngricultw
Counties In which these meetings Heights on by
Dora Edwards: T. S. Thomas '
t ( are plunnned during the month I bushels county who of produces more than 105 in Clay county, Is the latest develop 'al departments" Keystone D. I,. Sil<-ox, J. II Scarborough, L O. !I !. prescription fur

arC Volusiu, :St.: Luue, Palm Beach corn on one acre. Competitors ment project in the state beginning h Heights i iH situated in u district whoso Rivers, J. I). Goodman, Otter Hand- Malaria Chills and Fever

Crowurd Dade Okecihobee, Luke I their are .preparing hotter than and fertilizing: to beur fruit an an all-year resort. (I fertile soil and equable climate make Icy Belle 1 Dowling, I n. T. McGill R. Dengue or Bilious Fever
Orange SominoU, Uxcc-ulu Hillxboroujrh acres ever Buildings and residences are going it u most attractive site fur the production 'S Johns and Miss Hattie Fowler. I It kills the .rmi.

: Manatee, I'usco, Lee and Hen- up right and left and the passing of I of natural wealth. Ihe region
Wakulla-Treated U5
.I hogs against I i each day marks the arrival of another i u, adapted to the growing of thepupershell I To Cure a Cold In One Day ,
dry.A cholera this week. '
splendid homo improvement pro- settler. from somu other state. I pecan, as well as aatsumu SUBSCRIBE TO I I aha I I.AXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets). If.
gram has been "planned for Oknloosa -" -- I A population of over 300 la boastedby oranges peaches plums, grapes figs THE TELEGRAPH I I[ sops" the t outfh and Headache and work*on tht [
Leon Cotton tobacco looking 1 Cold E. W. GROVE:: signature on rack box. tea
county also, und u series of meetings and are the little colony and articles for I and other semi-tropical fruits. Strawberries _ _

I will be held in that county during the line. Farmers are cooperating in incorporation of tho town have already bourish with abundant yields!

week of May 11 to 17. They will be buying calcium arsenate and gettingit been passed by the house and ( bearing! throughout the winter, and "COUID BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"

under tho supervinion( of Miss! Bertha in chances plenty with of time.the boll They weevil.are taking senate awaiting only the final signature beans and other leguminous vegetables Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

Henry, home demonstration agent, assisted no of Governor Martin. Keystone produce heavy and profitable BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .

t by speciulmts/ from the Agricultural St I.uclo-Tomato shipping is in Heights is primarily a Pennsylvania crops the developers claim the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides Sprayers,

J j Extension Division I both at full swing. Oranges are setting a settlement= being founded in 11)22 by Dusters and Dusts.

the College of Agriculture| and the good crop but grapefruit and tangerines J. J. Lawrence of Pittsburg, for the LAKE BUTLER

(State College for Women, and by I are still backward with their purpose of providing homcsites to E. 0. Painter Fertilizer C(). Jacksonville, Fla
( :! representatives of the Louisville and bloom. I residents of tho "Keystone State" Lake Butler, May Saturday

Nashville Railway, whu will discuss I who wished, to go into pecan growing morning about 10:15, A. C.: L. extra

principally the growing and market Tnylor-The Taylor County Fair un Florida soil. I I log tram, pulled in Luke Butler witha

! ing of vegetables und the production Association voted to make exhibits Practically all modern facilities truck loud of logs on fire. Conductor

';<, of small fruits. I at both the State fair at Jackson I have been installed in the develop- I and, engineer discovered the tire when Y
Our Cross-,\< ora Puzzle
Problems of thu home, particularly ville and the. South Florida Fair at ment within the past eighteen were near Dukes, and the engineerput l

matters affecting Income and social I Thm a. months. A 50-room hotel, community I his engine In high so as to reach

I welfare will be discussed. The meet- church, city water system municipal the water tank here. When! the train
. .
ings) will include entertainment, motion I power plant, dancing and boating | rolled in the union station sparks "
This cross-word puzzle, as puzzle would be a "sticker, so if
arrang- you
pictures, demonstrations and ad- NOME DEMONSTRATIONAGENTS' pavilion, numerous bath houses a from the log trains on fire fell on the
ed by Miss Elizabeth Embree, prearen't prepared for it, you can'tsents
dresses. RCPOK1S modern woman's club public schools roof of tho station causing a small
I a new and interesting develop- blame us. Anyway it will prove to
e nearly ten miles of sand-claved blaze. The telegraph operator, who
E \\S'I merit of the cross-word! puzzle. We just how much-or how little-
,. ,I CRUDK OIL ) VAhELINUKI.KP / : : (Jkalooaa-Thirty-five children at streets a public garage a post office wall expecting such, quickly procured you
: non.N) :; snckiK.iir; ; Crestview have made gardens and i and several community stores are u ladder and in a few moments had, warned you last week that this week's you know of your Bible.IIORIIONTAL .

I ITKVS IN: l'OUI.11tYlW 23 have set hens. The entire school lain among the attainments boasted by I extinguished the fire with buckets of

.t ---.- T, i the health club. the proposed town of Keystone i water.

I ,kI-I I The sticktight lien when attacking I \heights | (Quite a number of people from here z Ce s
: Y }
\ M. poultry Is found most commonly on Orange-A local real estate man I Probably the most attractive feu- I went to .staike Sunday evening to (

the head parts, about> the eyes, comb has donated n lot in Gotha, and the teireH of the duvolpment are the Ii\'e' hear the baccalaureate sermon by Rev.hturncs ,rie

and wattles. 'llic-y seem to be in these women and girls. expect to build a.I. beautiful sand-bottom lakes embracing :; which they enjoyed very

I parts in clusters. When abundant club house on it soon. \Here they will tho property. In addition to Lake much

; they may be found on other parts of hold their community council and I IwOlllun' (;,it-nevu there lire Keystone. lake, 'I Mr. Clifton Suif and Mr.: F. L.

V + the body. and girls' club meetings. (1'i mil I lake, Pnrudisu lake and Lake. Spires'; of New Smyrna are in Lake '
I The chicken ben breeds largely in i Uiuoklyn About twenty-live lakes' Butler visiting their families.. The 28 Jo SITr

t )f chicken houtc.i and adj.ucnt buildings 1\IlIl'inn-CllnnlnlC season i is, beginning are within a live-mile radius. of thc Conner is assistant cashier and tho rwrr- 7)

V frequented by the fowls, according to and the girls are enthusiastic heights. !I I latter bookkeeper for the Fidelity r. (.

1 I N. R. MchrhnF, extension poultryman I over their canning club work. I Keystone. Heights has becomu exceedingly funk of New Smyrna. It s +"

{ for the l-loilda Agricultural College.As Uuval-Oigunizcd a junior club on popular in the past three I! II. Rosenberg, > E. Klondes, Tom a2 ,i v'I I) 4S
a precaution, poultry should be-1 the months und much, activity Hewitt and Dell Rosenberg left Tuesday
road, with 13 members is reported ,
V 'I excluded from beneath/ houses and ; in real estate transactions Approximately fire' south Florida and the East

? burns, UH sucli phicux are fuvuiublo Taylor -Alu'l/ who learned to half of the lots have been .r""J"i- ,I SR

tor lieu development and difficult to make huts of sold unil population of the --, ,
in one our millineryclasses community ;:"
treat if they heroine infested. I'I is now making them to sell. I is increasing lupidly The frt ( -;:"--:) ,.zC-W- >" $ ,
After : ,
following ulnnc precautions, She is owned the '!oil .0 61
delighted with her new moneymaking property by l.awrome Developing 1fI./oIItIf iJ+;.,i! ".
thorough chicken .
a cleaning out of the '
house and venture.VolusiaThe Company; promoters of Key- r!:> ... .:.J'tot.., ''!i: :.of-I: 3
outbuildings frequented by atone Heights consists of I 1"1I' -- ''lT' ... : I t.vn
2,000 ,
acres, .. ...: -
is .. }jJ"---) I .. .
poultry udvisalile. All the material take Helen Woman's "- .
i one-quarter of which is planted in' i j'
!ii! C
I I : 1
from tho house should be hauled aI Club has made dellnite plans to beau pecans Most of tho land faces the ilncle JO'hn'iJ'
I good distance' from buildings. The tify their park. The Chamber of Commerce I lake front. : I enumerated by Paul.

places where the fleas are thought to1'I agreed to build an attractive (I State Senator Frank P. Miller\ of I 1. Greatly afflicted, but firm in his I| 2. Eggs

be breeding should be sprinkled with entrance and the two organizations I Meiuhille, Pa., is president of the If I was a modern bandit faith in God. i 3. Popular name of the "Forerun-

crude oil. These species cannot thrive I I aro cooperating.! company having purchased the full I j which of COUI'-l' I've never been 4. Title of Christ in Rev. signifying' ner."

in damp places end 1 if sprinkling ill! I interest of Mr. Lawrence lust -I'd 1 bo Uikm' some extra "First." I' 4. Jewish Passover month.

I done two or three times a week no''I I.llke-Prizes and scholarships for The title of the yeurl| lances: of bcin too dead to 9. "A chief ruler about David." I 5. Definite article. (Fr)

further breeding is likely to occur. Ilhe I I recent club contest were donatedby still retained. The company: however, is km. For the country's orou=od l 12. An ellipse. I S. First mentioned of Paul's con-
Another method. is to scatter salt | l bunks> clubs and! individuals of owner is .here lately, the officers tliootin' 13. Half shaved from David's mesa verts.
I prominent as founder of the development trnjght--when they settle with
freely about the chicken house and the county Knowing splendid backing I sengers as a humiliation. I 7. Hour. (abbr.)
at Sebring and has spent twenty :Mister Dindit, his remains Is
then I fur club work on the part of the An
wet the 11.
I soil down thoroughly.1 years in Florida. ready to crate I There aint no image. R, An entrance or passage.
Fowls should not be- I business men of the county. |I 15. A yelping bark. I 0.
l permitted to eat 'Ihe heights are 200 feet above tool dcbatin' when the sergeant Capital of Lycaonia. Visited by

the salt ns it is poisonous to them. I I Holme's-Interest-in poultry U I sea level=1 and though only recently/ salutes a egg, nor the .sergeant! 16. Confused type. Paul on first missionary journey.

It is rather difficult to destroy theatlcktllbt growing, and purebreds are replacing hewn from the virgin forest that nint got no notion of pi :srpin':! 17. Conjunction.Obedient 10. Steal. '

/ flea on fowls. However, mongrels. Better methods are also In I the camp grounds of the Seminole was him In the leg The 'afe ter'ok's 11)) (abbr.) 11. Insect used by Solomon to point

with a heavy Infestation, a great j" evidence. Indians the colony is given a dead one, nccordin'! tocup's / 20 What Paul endured yet gloried an injunction to Industry.
over to .
many may be destroyed by carefully'l' I all tho and decree-which if I was a in. IS. Fasten together.
conveniences comforts
applying carbolatt-d, vaseline to the I Collier: -Held a very satisfactory modern life of modern bandit, it wouldn't appeal 21. Mother of Hezekiah.: (Shortened 18 Falsehood.
making mel!
I it one of the to There has been
cluster of fleas on the fowls or greasIng I Merles of meetings/ at Immokalee themost most popular inland resorts in the times I reckon, when robbery / form.) 121. Province evangelized by Paul.

them with keroseno and lard (I1! distant club in the county. I stati1. The proposed town is situated seemed to paj --when the swag 23. Suffix denoting an agent or doer i 22. Exist.

part kerosene 2 pans lard). I Yard hc'uutilicalion\ is growing by |I I on the Georgia Southern and Florida was well wuth talin': and twa 2(1.( Woman's girdle. | 2 I. Short meter. (abbr.)

'LANT 1"OIC.l; Iws leaps and bounds i I railway line between Palutka antil easy to get away-But, to run 27. Given name of companion of / 25.: People to whom the Gospel was
; ( I Vnldosta the reOt oft ppin', a --oft-nose Paul's first missionary journey. (first preached
AND/ RhDl'CK/ ': /Pl-fcll: : BILLS Palm Brach-To;; use her own the station, and was formerly known ns. fnrt\-fi\e, it seems. to me that 31. Animal of cat tribe. (American I 28. A willow used for basket work.

h __ j words, one club girl "suro knows |' of Brooklyn. the hnid. -up bug amt rights. in lion.) I 29. Used in illness.
:May Is the tuna for the Florida beans" now, following training' i in Keystone Inn, completed last Jan lice to thriNcSo, if 1 wuIfin .-, a 32. Affirmative. I
livestock owner ti> begin to make hayand I canning! beans. uary a cost. of $ OOOO. is an elab I +", I ban lit, a.. 1 hinted,I at 130.j
.., 33 Diminutive of name of one of :3T. Condition of men found In MarChrist's -
other forage crops, according to I oratehostelry on the shore of Lake ', 'I icfram fio. ,n
"'. E. Stokes, grass and forage Walton Organized a woman's Geneva, opened to tourists. the year I tukin'.. cr.i: "'n o.l trip to theo followers. ket place. Matt. 20 3, 6. i :
l 31. One of the first cities ::16.!*! A
specialist for the Florid Experiment i I club at Argils, in a community that I around. The Blue Lantern Pavilion I r 'J.-IK 'i > -eL conquered winglike organ. .

j Station. Cowpeas: and sorghum, a ; has never before shown any interest 1 I facing the north shore of the famous by Joshua during his conquest of i 138. Their wicked plot foiled\ when 'Jl'

bushel in club work. lake, and the hotel I .1. Palestine. discovered by Paul's nephew
of the former and 25 or 30 are among the '
1 two I 37. What the woman did with her 19! Fabric used for clothing.
I most
pound of the latter, sowed, broadcast, popular centers of social
make When making crumbs from dry (Jife for visitors and residents. hair to our Lord's feet. i I 40. Paul's early name.
a good early hay A
) ) Amber sorghum reaches. crop.the Early right bread, place the pieces of bread in a I Iilttp I large tea room dancing swimming 40.' Sunday School (abr.) 42. What scribes and Pharisees did
bowl and crush them 41. What Paul described "Noth- with the
tage for cutting about the with a and boating are afforded by the pavil as weightier matters of
same wooden vegetable masher. This i is1 lien.I ing.. in the world." the law.
time the .
do, and this .
peas is
recommended. for sowing with quickly dom, and the crumbs da not I Several niiclpul parks have been 43. Well known tree,-mentioned by 41:; A part of Christian worship.

pens for hay. cow. become scattered as when rolled on a I laid out nwe11 as. a putting Hosea. (lv.13): ) 50. Son of Bentamin.
hrmd board with a rolling pin. green 41. Jacob's brother. 51. Fruit frequently mentioned In
Peas near the hotel tt is
are high this year, and iced I hoped next fall
43 of Kansas-also
I City fgmlnine Bible.
may be saved by sowing in rows 2 or2U To feed the child rightly is to help to build a gulf course bordering on
I 51.) Province
Lake name. evangelized by Paul
feet apart and giving one or two timke a good citizen. I been, Genevabout IOU acres have I te .'17. Place where Paul saw the "man during his first missionary
cultivation From a half bushel to set aside for the links. .;;t ,i l I jour
3 f three,> pecks: per micro will be sufficient i5oni> i Ol.s I lhe community church: ill nearing I ? ur'" from Macedonia. I ney.
t Kvu.PKPPfcK
t if this method is. used. .: l.E\F SPOT r oinpletum und will bo available for r- __ 48. Name borne by several Popes r> Adam's wifi (poss! )
I 19 East India. (abbr.) ;"it tl.! I imtraction of "c\cr."
I services in the near future. Individual WHEN JC9 THO-l.*;J Js BOY SAILCP,
V' Spuds Johnson .says your good The disease of pepper, known as notes by residents of the heights I FOR EURvYS H6 soi N LEARNED ;52. North Latitude (abbr.) I "+ A salutation' (Hail)

name works. for you all the time; leaf spot or loaf drop, may be controlled I paved the way for erecting the edi HE COOLO'MT PAT rtlS CAKE AND 53. Paul's. attitude toward Christians 'MI. /Female deer. \

keep adding. to its strength by spraying the plants with I I.50 lice HAVE IT Tucr ., before hiconversion.. 01 Same as eleven vertical. I
-- ,&--&. Bordeaux beginning with the One of the ."16 Done by Jesus before his disciples
: A good laugh; and; ; long ;sleep;; are plants while they are in th esccdlic-d I contemplated at Keystone improvements to convince them of the reality of U N C L E C H A I R
the best cure in the doctor's book.- and Heights: is I I his
continuing during the growing i thei bartering of I resurrection body. R
'+ a tourist school the 0 0 0 A L T' 0
Proverbs of Ireland.I season, according to O. F. Weber I hr-t of its kind In the United States. 58. Number of loaves used to feed
truck disease the four thousand. N 0 T CAT L E T
cannot enjoin too strongly specialist of the Florida The building will cost in excess of ((abbr.)

you a due observance of economy upon and Experiment Station | 110,000, and children of the colony :f;9. Mountain in Asia Minor. 5 C 0 L 0 N M
The disease, which often 62. Level smooth
I will be
prove tutored
,V VV frugality.-President Cootidge. very serious to pepper crops tuition will be free charged while students a smalls 6.). Anger. HER 0 E E L S E

Gratitude is the most Inexpensive irregular, round spots to develop upI'I I'j whose parents are vacationing at the, 61 1. Place where John the Baptist L M I E

commodity of which the! world never on the leaves) of the plants. These I resort. The course will be continued worked for a time. D A D 0 b A N G
spots are almost white in the 6 >. Color of a horse
had an over-supply. very throughout the year Five have seen by St. John
center and are surrounded by a gray I been selected for the site and in his wonderful vision. p R E F I E

+ It costs little or no more to feed! a ish brown dead area. The green part nigh school and grammar both lrV. 66 One who sings the 1',\\est part. APE MAT EGO

good cow than a poor one; the differ of the leaf bordering on these spots !I will be maintained. grades 117. Obtain.

ence comes in the returns. Is often yellowish The spots often An unusual feature of Keystone :.. ERTICAL SLOP N 0 A

t 1. One of the fruits of the spirit P E N A L T E N O R

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son" bill, Senator Cue culled atten ---'-- --- ------

tion to union thirteen of the canons: ; .. .... 5G ....ul.l.h..1....k. In the one llrailfnnl a woek for four eonsrcutlx

I 1 ]1 of ethics of the American Bar Association i i.1 ', m->v"|iai">er oubllntud In County cell County Telegraph. anil a

Legislative Proceedings which ho said was prepared I'' .!:-. "... .rft.'K. .. .. ... .... SIste.'Ihis( April, nth 1

by II committee, of which Judge Taft. ft." .. .U 105U I. AI.nKRMAN
was chairman covering this point 1 TV\: ti-1. ", (BE\f) Clirk Cheek Court
Tho G ''L :l\.s. I By C. A. KNIOHT
house Bill No. 215 By Mr. Crews, rescinds, its action in laying aside for senator recalled that two other .- Deputy Clerk"
of llardec states have this law in effect at r: M. IOHNS.
prescribes certain pre
regulations ,: an indefinite period the House concurrent - ._ I Solicitor, fur fomptnlnnnt. \
= = -- 4-\7.8'-II-U'
fur truffle on surfaced high : resolution by Representative! sent. A similar law, he said, was once .- ----=--==-- ---"- -- .- -------- -- .

ways and on the streets uf cities and I Taylor, of Hillsborough, providing I on the statute books of Florida but WARREN: F1SIIEK PLIUTS, I< za. --1 NOTICB OP' RI.ECTIOV:

towns; prohibiting the stopping of for was repealed. AIDED BY POETRY ,
appointment of such
committee. "Do
vehicles a < >ou care for this sort of TO TIlE no\RO op runr.tc INSTRUCTION .
en said surfaced highways; I The postponement was made on motion -j thing ?" he inquired, Irazin.de"I' into i Or DRAPPORD COUNTY
requiring traffic to move on the of Senator James E. Calkins of On Monday Judge Bell introduced I I Ia The Florida East Coast! I 1 Wii the unilemltined' .tAxnayera of Stark
I t As we sped southward the whole myeyclI. i special" tax schoul district hereby
side u fietltloa
righthand thereof measure outlining senatorial I
prescribingthat the new
; I sixteenth district who argued i "Yes they're so fiery and your :board to call an election to annes eaal
persons performing the duties of that the legislature had no right to I districts and the number of representatives brimming with a tropical beauty, held 1 who is the poet pagan I' half of .' tn eleven section twelve and .'

traffic officer wear a distinctive uni- attempt to enforce laws on the stat- j I, in the Lower House which I out fresh flaunted, inviting their hands. Gay hibls-i'I' I "!"Masters I think.1"I I was sure they I 7 thirteen. South and..n..o east> 21 east half also of fourteen west half!township of ._
form and badge; providing that the ute books. t: the various counties may have. In crimson faces: ;>I would' strike a note of sympathy between lions seven anti ,'I"Iotown.hlp) '7 south ..n".
remuneration of this bill South Florida receives against an ever changing background J2 eastl
any person performing I a larger us. B. K. Parryman
the duties of traffic officer be The "Florida meat act of 1925" number of votes than was formerly of palms. I I "You rend I D P Knlftht

paid from revenue derived from taxation has for its object the protection of the .' ] the case. It is expected that this I "They're like lovely women," War., ren'rently. beautifully, I said ir- A.L. P.R. Grlfds

and prohibiting employment on public from exposure to diseases bill will not puss without a struggle/ I rcn Fisher said as he nodded toward I Ia "Nonsense! he replied It. I.. Fitwarns Reosrtlle*

any other basis ; prohibiting reckless through eating meat that has been in both House and Senate. dense growth of the vivid bloom,'I feels "if one W. B. Pmiuherty.
: [ a thing, its
I J.
I I an easy matter to M Alvam
driving and defining when speed aloneis I prepared from sick cattle, or cattle "for a brief span, they give freely of1 i I i convey it to others. I've always fancied W. M Edwards
: exposed to cattle diseased and Legislation to authorize cities their matchless beauty and then-you I P (' HolllnnworUi M
conclusive evidence thereof from to I
; pro I, { i I reading. I took part m quite a few A. j. Johnson
hibiting the enforcement of certainspeed meat that has been improperly han- j establish city planning boards and I will see as the day grows older, thy ,; plays in college." I K A. Nevnom

lawws by municipalities; providing died, such as would become unwholesome adopt zoning regulations will be considered fold their petals to make room fort "Then your interpretation in this .,..hn Ualow
r Jonea,
that a copy of this act be sup I either from having been slaughtered by the house committee on the new and fresher bud. I[ instance, is not duo entirely to J. W. Morgan

plied with each motor vehicle license, too long, or from having been! city anl.( towns. Considerable opposition "A gruesome thought" I shuddered !{I I tire ?" I said In a teasing .1.I.. C A.. Manning Davis

and providing a penalty for violation I exposed after slaughter! in such away has developed to the city plan. "n one's hey-day of brightnessso Ho turned and faced me."Ln't proc'l Ruse Kit,

of the provisions of the act.Representative j as to gath/r disease germs, and ning bills, which were ihtroductcd byI fleeting please!< ," he said as J.1.. T.M Mitchell.
I other diseases. Representative MacKenjtlc, of I "Ah! but in this instance, there's a I gaze met mine, "these are your R A. Green
and county and the lesson to be learned." I A. ./ Ailklns
Bryant Bullur committee will be
p poems Adorce, and no one's but
of Polk county, and Representative[ ,! Bill =No. 1W! creates an additional urged, to render unfavorable reportson I pI "Tell me?" I encouraged. I yours shall ever see then" eyes W Floyd T Omen Weeks

Getzen of Sumter, were authors ofa i judicial circuit in the state of Floridato both measures on the ,ground "It seem to me that thu hibiscus| (To be continued) I R. 8. U,,, phr.y ,. I

bill introduced extending the riparian be designated as the twenty-first thnt they would 1 be unconstitutional if makes the most of its fullness!< of i i !!. "; Vlmlna noy.. -

rights of owners of land abutting I I. judicial! circuit of the I state!< of Florida I enacted.A youth, it hits evidently adopted a HIGHLAND I I C.;lino:. ,V ,\IIo"'ID..n i

on inland lakes constituting apart and to create the ,circuit court "carpe diem", philosophy of life." I 3 VT Knliiht Johns '1

of ]legally: established drainage thereof, and to provide for a judge bill by Representatives Smith, "Ami (hu lesson ?" I asked. Highland, :MIIYI.G. E. Hendry \v. W.' llnt.usn
Mm r .1 .
districts. and state attorney for the said court of Jackson, Taylor of Hlllsboroujrh, 1 was just wondering if we mortals of Madison, was transacting business T J. Oriffln

and defining and fixing the territorial and Weeks of Holmes would require would not be happier perhaps if we, here Tuesday.Mrs. N D WalnwrluM

limits and boundaries of members of too, followed some such creed insteadof W. J. Rppamon
the the
A bill relating to unreasonable said state road department E. S. Carpenter and O. II. (1. A. Oardintr
twenty-first judicial to be elected making u sort of endurance test of J. W. White
search and seizure was introduced by circuit and the by the people. Barker of South Jacksonville visited
Representative, Harris, of Pinellas. eighth judicial circuit and providing There would be one commissionerfrom this existence.. friends here Tuesday.Mr. 8. L. Peek Whit

It would empower officers to arrest the time for holding the terms of each of the congressional dill.tri.tIt I "Here, here what are you doing, and Mix.. John Padgett and H. C. Rush

any person, without warrant, they court in the said judicial circuits, and and one to be elected from the I I advocating the primrose pathway ?" children moved here Wednesday from .1.a 1 II W Hitch Rnvllarov F

prescribing for the effect of the .state nt large under 1 exclaimed lightly. M Thomas
might suspect of violating the prohibition pending provisions of the I Jacksonville and located. in the
are A. F
laws. cases in said circuits. bill. The member elected 1 from tho II I "And" you ? what do you think aboutit Swan residence .1 J.. P n Kkklltar Williams

state ut large would be chairman of ? he laughingly answered.ell W. K Perkins
A bill By a vote of 16 to 15 the Senate Mr.: and !Mra. R. Doggs and son, W. H Perkins
by Representative Williams, the ,'om, I11l0slon. The bill also : \\ I don't think any of us have
regu .
of Leon, for free text-books in the adopted the House resolution. by Representative lates the salaries and duties of the d been particularly' nniuijc'U with what Tuesday.II Tucker .were visitors. to Jacksonville Hi S. II.MolthowsMrs W. Oarlton

first six grades of the free public Weeks of Holmes, pro. onimisxloners. the pK.vihti-iiimlj call inhibitions." .N
viding for T. ItuggM arrived Friday after r. N"rr..rn.k::
schools, was passed over at the request the appointment of a se ------ I "itni'ii- dealing I ) in generalities' a s. Dowiinir

of the author. ]bet committee to prepare a bill creating A fine of $ .,OO0 and five years. impi may I ask your personal opinion' ? spi'iuling some, time at Ins homo in lli.y R.lwanla:
tax I ( Calhoun: C. ]Ic' will resume his J. II. lloyd
a intangibles i-nnnieiit for
on and allowing obstruction of dinin- hu |">" "h'cd| the point. A. M Darby

House Bill No. :370 piovidcs for the public hearing thereon. age canal or ditch was provided in a ":';ulIJ,' othei tinir, certainly I but' position us third trick operator May A. I.. Alvaroa
erection mid of cold flrst. H II.! Minion
operation bill
pnswod by the house.
age plants in the several !Itor-I By a vote of 5!9 to 18 the House. too light perfect, at this to moment discuss, the problems scenery is David! Lang, one of the most high I .1.II W,V. Praacolt I C.lwanls" #a ,'

the state of Florida for the passed!< a bill by Representative Get- Recommendation of nn anproprio- kind." ofI I ly respected citizens. of Clay county 4-10-tt-g

ing of storage) facilities for zen of Sumter, giving the membersof tion of $200,000 to be used for the I I any I prefcred | died at the State hospital at Chatta- I
furniBh-1 not to his ,
ing: of animal and vegetable the county boards of instruction in operation of a state advertising i knew I answer question .l hoochoo !Monday after an illness!< of HIIEIilrP'H- HA IIINollcff

of the state of Florida to the I state!< the right: to fix the rate of board will be made to the legislatijre I ren Fisher but was at least(lilting it added with. War I several months His body was brought I!I Is hiriliy ulvi ti (Hint ,lindpr and by

orable marketing conditions to au- tuition if any to be charged nonresident by the joint senate and house I of u bit I to his homo at Clay 11111 Tuesday and virtue uf thosn two certain Wrlla' of ILIHOIIll.in. : .
zest after the way I had been, uuillnic, edIt "' nnd undir, t h. Hral uf the
home counties to erect and operate pupils attending the public appropriation committee. Thin action I I ignoied by Curtis. Wright before the interment took place at Long I'' ,'Imllit Court of II, ,eifortl fuunty. hlorkla. on .

cold storage plants and to providefor schools. was decided. on by the committee in I Branch c'metl'ryVe.lnf'sday morn those two certain liitlumint:, is-ni-'
leaving. :,. : t''r"W'ulIl:: : JY ,
in1 wherein I tint Cllltena: ,, a :
state assistance to the same under Under session for the purpose of clearing. I Silence for a while and I became ing. ]He leaves a wife and five chil roriMtratlim. Is the I'la.titllT. and tl. 1C:. l>yal .'i'-t:
certain regulations; to prescribethe provisions of a bill now be- up a future detail of its work on the I dren and numerous other relatives and K D html ,rapodl\'"'" am the Defend- 11
fore the Legislature direct absorbed ill the roadside vistas I I ants and which two .liiilicmania, .
a state budget,! to appear on .f j
effect of receipt i issued for prod-I commissioner's report. A bill I wonder why has !I mourn his loss His children lire: record 1 In Jllilument Hook No I. on patfi-a II
highway between someone called
ucts held on storage. Tallahassee and crentinir the advertising board and)I not Mrs. L.V.. Wilkinson B. I.. Lang, I I and K. nvpmllvely.' of .tin, I'ultllc llmonls of l
I Ocala would be placed on the piefer- Hunt!: Const -Thu Glad Land. Union/ County Morula a certified copy or
calling for the F n.! R. D.
amount is and re-1
1 ential for now pend For its most tangible Burnoy Lung, all said .Iwi, JtMltfmenla. belnv riTonJtHl In Koreiaa
A bill to require circuit judges to' list attention immediatelyafter ing before the senate and house. quality is its side, at Clay Hill except B. L., who'''JiiilKim-nt Hook No. 1 on l m"u'* Soil and HU'>.
visit respective CQunty seats in their a stage of construction of the exurberant spirit. 1'iulds of yellow lives. at ).,..baloll.I'rvlcl'S: r......lIvol". of tho I'llbllo, Ihcunln of lira'"- I
present preferential roads Two tills daisies clap their hands and. whistle were held 1 fi.nl County. Florida, I have levied upon and
circuits has been were introduced in
least the
at once each month to I nt the Long Brunch church Rev. .1. L. will oier for sal* and, sell to Ihu hlirheat and
hear and pass upon such matters as I reached that will permit the transferof senate by Senator Clark nbolishlnC I I in glee uiicl great golden air plants I Strickland" of Wulmter., oflll-latin",. I 1..1 tu, ...b 'h. ul1I"'II.1 1.1.t of .

are nrmuiilv tirc Rcntc d to them is grading outfits and equipment. the del1th "<,nnltv I In 5k.. .,,.n n ewing luiutkilv from moHH-Lrurluiiili.. Mr. I loa said U. F.. Uyal and K: u l>yal, in the
and Mr.i. H. I.. Lung and ;'chil- fnllowlnR property' In llrailford' County', Flor
proposed; in Dill No. 184 offered in I House criminal attack and the crime i ; of I trees. I cl ilri-n, of I l.i'bnniiii spent, several [1o'.I..wlt I '. :
the upper house by Hugh Hale, of judiciary committee "C" decided murder This is in line with the senntor's Along the sun-kissed Indian River, htru the guests of relatives. 'I'be Niirtliwmt iiliarur of Hiuthwest 'IINI're' *
to make a favorable report on avowed picture houses nestle far back from I oxciriit; Ill err,. off the wiat aide; al olht
Brooksville. purpose to abolish the I Mrs Lois 'i : HnuthweHt ,
Williams of
a bill to prohibit all motor vehilcus thu !<, of Hlzey Itt.h'II.d quarlvr th.iilweel quarternorth
death penalty entirely in the state sparkling water. There is an un- the funeral of branch, egesiit' 2 1 1.1 aena! In th*
A proposed amendment to the con- from crossing a railroad before corno f Florida. both by low and !definable appeal about these. Spanish of her grandfather, Norlhwist I rurni In Sei, ,lon L'tt. wnshlp B*
by a I David Ijtng, W.tr..sdny.Eo Hviilh ranve 21. oiitilnlnlnii, 4t Y ,
l anres
ing to full more or
stitution relating to assessment and a stop fifty feet from the constitutional amendment j i' i houses with their drifting rainbow 1! l Ins. Said sale .to tali place on the 4th day of

collection of a tax by counties for tracks, except electric railway tracks e'nlors. Others, too, built by u i.olony ;U BSe lei BJ' TO May! A. I P. IUJS: biitwuii, ; tie II-BS! houra of
I in Not Tho -nli-, nalil dny LM Inu n ntiiilnr aalua day of
>school purposes was introduced in the a city. only would the motoril house live stock committee of artists are modeled, ciiquiiia ; t their I TIIK TKLKfiUAI'H; | I IIM| | Court sad mill,, I to IH lit, fnnl of the
1 l 1.1', required to stop but also to prepared" a favorable o'n (uiirl lloiisii In ..
house this morning( by Representative I report Replesentnlive : ilooiwajs fiamud i in tiailing i morning ""' Hlarki llradford C'ounly. -

Bell, of DcSoto. It requires that j, "look and listen for the approach of Carver's bill increasing i gloriiH >0 blue that they must SI BOA '. Florida W. J. KI'l'BllSON.

the levy shall not be less than three!I' a locomotive or train of cars." RaIlroads free I serum!< from 1600 to 3,00(1( C. C.'s. I have borrowed their tint from tho IW TIME: TAIiLH | Slu'ilir, nradfurd County, Florida.

mills nor than 20 mills. |' would be required to erect signs I I f first clouds of an April ___. AIn .it. ,ADKINS..
more Apportionment of mornilill.I Mili I I ", X for I'lulntlir I I..I.it-5-t
I forty by fifty inches! on each side of state road funds Later in the afternoon a storm be- ( effect November 10, 1821)\ )

A special Ieof one mill on each the track at every crossing by statute was the object of u bill in- ,' 11111 to brvnk. Through the river's S: Southbound 1--- MA"TKIfH /JAr..

dollar of taxable in Florida traduced! in the house by Representative '

for the 1925 property and ll 20 would be I', A bill providing for a state adver. Taylor] of Ilillsborough county. I hedge of wild grapes and rattling, No. I reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m.
years I j palm fronds, the lightning streamed No. :3 11:02 I Notice I. hereby given ti,.t under and tvvirtu
exacted under the provision of Bill Using board under the supervision of The bill provides that the funds be 1 (he .shore line I a. m of that certain' itniil, dvore. of for.-
the bureau I and the rain drops fell No. 21, Cedar oloaure, made and rviultrid. on the VJrd day 1
of divided Key 6:00
the :
No.; !fliP! < introduced in the senate by I immigration of the among congressional districts softly. But only for a beetmg p. m. ''l of March A. H 1114ft. hy loll/ Am a Lotw,..
Hugh Hale, in connection with the agricultural department was introduced : in the state as follows: One- Soon the moment. No. 7, '.Imlted i 2:16 p. 10. JudHO of tile 14th Judicial Circuit aetlnii. for
the third nun, blinking imschievlously and Insttail. of JiulK A. V. (lang of the
in house by the committee according to population and Northbound ?
that the assent to An
proposal state came from behind the clouds. I KlHhth Judlcal. Circuit uf rlorlda. dlaguallllod .
Act of congress that the United on agriculture. It will be for the purpose one-third according to the mileage of; und shone more No. 2 reaches Starke '1.15: a. m. I In that ei.rial. IIIIIM,. wlunln l 1'h. I"eileral .

States shall aid in the construction of I I of advertising Florida's resources thu federal rural mail delivery. brightly. No. 4, -1-28: Land Dank of Columbia, a corporation.
j I j "I picked up ut a collector' the p. m. I :I u ooinpliiliiant: : and: Itoy' Kolii rla et al aree'tndanle
rural post roads in the several statesof | and possibilities, according "I picked thin No. 20 Cedar Key 8:6C: the iindersluncd: : "wilt 1 Slier tarsal
to the bill and calls for annual Representative Pew, of Pasco coun- : up at a colluct'rsthe a. m. [ and will sell I. the hla-heat bld.ler for

the Union. j I ,appropriation of $.;0000. an t y offered a bill establishing legal[ iifenng other day," said Warren Fisher Wannee No. 101 Branch Limited, 6:17 p. m. ,''S i Hlurke...n. .in Drailford front or t the'oiuily, (,roiirthmie I, lorlua, un door Mon(In t

Senate Bill No. I 110, introduced by I' I holidays in Florida as follows: Sunday to a book of versus he had day l the 4th day of May A D IVit durlo

Senator W. W. Clark would make it Representative Weeks of Holmes, New Year's day Jan. 19, birthday taken from his suit case, while I was No. 101 leaves Stance 7:40: a. m. > .the] leital hours of sale. for the purpos. of
atlsfylnn said final
doeren. the
unlawful for any person, persons, was the author of a bill introduced of Robert E. Lee, Feb. 2.3, Wash.ngtun'a J day ilrcuming It was exquisitely No. 102 arrives Starke 8:15: p. m. real eatnli.. lying anil. "uelntf fallowlnnileacHbeil In

firms corporations, or association to requiring sheriffs. or arresting of- l birthday, April 20, Memorialday I bound, in I'lorentinu leather."Don't ( Pally except Sunday) I!| llradford North half County.of Florida. lo.wlti I II .

perform any work or labor, or to engage I (fliers to file a list of all property !May 30, Decoration day; June .1, get alarmed" he laughed, T. J. GRIFFIN I quarter of Houthweat Houthwest ijuarler.iiuartri, HoulheaHt Huuth

trade | seized on! liquor raids with clerks of Birthday of Jefferson Davis, Labor it Isn't 'India Love Lyrics' or "The west tlllari.r, or Northweat quarter each Houthwet .
in any or CUlT$ on any i ioieupution I AgentUiport > ,
Spell of the : ," u'''' of Southeast iiunrter of Norlli-
profession, recreation, courts. dny; Thanksgiving, Christmas, Good I I j Yukon. I wouldn't In- went '1""".'. all In Section. in, Township 9 I
the first of Friday, second Friday in October flict them on you." hANK srAIKN" Houth. Itanxo F1 East: contaliiltiK 170 ....... a
port or game upon day i The House went record 'i lie A. V. ADKIN3.S ."
the week commonly called Sunday,1 on as opposing Farmers day arid 1 Shrove Tuesday .' was openly amusing.(. It was or the ,i-ondltlin of The r.awt,... |. | "unwarranted increases" in startlIng how much ho knew of the Hlale Hank nl '..wl4'Y. rill.. In 'lh.. Slatet K. M JOHNS
if'it interferes with the worship, rest 1 ,appropriations through the adoption The socalleil "riparian rights" bills, I Icxteneling little devices. of wooing.M flnrlila at 'lh. rl.-.. of hu, .ln.... April I IS. I len:, I I, Hollcltor, for Complainant. 4.S.61.6-1
or icusonnblc and quiet of anyjcr.MOfl Rrfifiiit'" '_
peace ,
of a resolution by Representative additional authority to the M u "And selection? I.I.HIIH -
your I on Runl Kstatf oT
inquired. kiTo
I :: III I I.m I ?1/ OKIITOR8 Cllflfli
or persons. j I 'Weeks, of Holmes. The trend of the trustees of the, Internal Improvement; "You may judge for yourself, Irtnni: than, on roltiiteral. Security. I fltlu'r ,I rridltors' and all persona AMI navtnir claim,
'! resolution that It Fund were killed this Km I Ktni<- -..-- 2sin no a...In.' the Kstate of ",.h..t I'. Jon.., law
was had been afternoon Adoree. he nf
pub- by Ml other$
of said (Loans '
Creation of a department game j tenderly "here'sne and Discount I 10:sin. M Uradford, County., Klorl.la., d., ......"' will
and fresh water fish and the position l lished in the press of the State that the house judiciary, committee These < I marked for you." Stale I'nltefl' Males, llinils' LRhiO.oO prtmunt their claims duly authenticated to

had recommended numerous raises in l hills, which were the subject of hearings I lie the County: anil Municipal: Bonils 3.Onn no I the undersigned, administrator within on.
of, state giinic warden, was proposedin j turned thin pages. llnnlilnu House, Kurnltura .and tU'y i F!' ear or thfy will be fon.
II bill joint committee bill presented -: the joint appropriations committee I II last night in the house chamber, I I His voice held lights and shadows Olhir h'lure, fUal --,--. -- -- ._ 01(7700 persona Indibted to aald .Rstats vnr tarred are, .and request all.I
to the senate by Senator Hinley.] I,I 'salaries. would hnv> given the internal Improvement ,, 'and the lines gave out a charming I Dmfrom,, IneoriHirnted* flock __ I0ii'iji f 1.711\ I no 1 to forthwith.pay their nald debt to th. Admlnatrator

Other measures, introduced included''l I I '-- I board the title to submerged -i.: newness of feeling: f !Tnims anil other' NOo"....* _. .. 2f. I IS I W. J. KPI'ICKSON.
Those rn.h
who Item
real favored tick eradication land and territory between low ': \Ve, the lovers of life- h. .>n q3:I ITulal Administrator, of the Estat uf Hobert" P.
one b> Senator Russel for a es- had their inning before the Livestock in unknown :- | Jun... Dec.easd.
and high
board and water mark along the entire | places I Thla 19th
tate brokers registration I Committee of h.81.1'/l1 l / II day of March *955.

the icLTulation and licensing of brok- representatives the House. Many II | Florida coast. The committee also i Shall taste of ancient wine r nnllal Sloek' Paid UABH.ITfKfl In .._ __ _lilt 000.no j' l-SO-tt-S-l\*

ct nod .salesmen I, were present from voted unfavorably, on a bill to, And put (lowers, in golden vases, Hiirplus,, Funil __.._ h. -.-_, L8M.no NOTICe TO DcnTOR'S--- -ANt- CREDI- --rOlt.s
various parts of the State. Virtually I make similar provisions on land .And! Inillvlilual neponltii' SHbjiel t,, riiiek, ID.744 \li'i ,
surrounding precious books of i
'all open songnil SavlnHT Depoalta _.,. I
Creditor' '
favor of and
were in the tick eradica- .089.91 alt ,
personsairalnat claim
Hv Mr. Harris of Pinellas-Limit- all lakes in the state. .\ look Tim ; havlof
tion upon dreaming Buddhas, CertlflBalm at Deposit. _. .. 7AJ_U!> the Pjitat. ..t Anlrew M. RoTllna: lal*
ii'g, th., amount of tonnage by motor i although one or two voiced the I And marble. musks of genius Caahlor's Cheeks Oiitslanillnir SOT 211 ''of Bradford Co"n'I"'d.' ... cleieaad, will
/ Due
vehicle. and restricting the use of ,' opinion that it would be better to Senator Rowe introduced an amendment We shall to foaorpornlfil Hanks ft.n21 |H I preaent their claims duly authenticated to th. 1. .

i make large appropriations for the 4'> ti> the Bible, reading bill provnling I hear the sound stringed in- Total. u:underabrncd' .t'.i.'I; on* year or
traili, '", and log timber turpentine or1:' I strumeTts --. 111:.i lluMfl they trill be forever and all. penona
of cattle i' for read. tho Slat of "" '".1,1.. Coiinly of .. I I Indebted, said
pense dipping, instead ng "King James I nradford Estate are requ.atad to
other caits wagons or vehicles and I L e-1 Voicing tin- dreams. f. A. f.. '1'. "f" :: pay
the salaries version" of the Bible. of great spirits I ''' Cashier of th* above-named I 'heIr dibts, to the Admlnlatrator forth
"raising of a few men. Senator Single-' Hank d.. solemnly
wi II machines over certain road in'I We shall know the swear that the above .ta"'" with.
the When asked as to their relation to tary asked that the bill bit killed outright I rapture of kisses' n'.nt &b true 0, the ,beat of my hn..wled.,. RAYMOND H. ROLLINS.
of and regulating
tate Florida I| the cattle industry, the almost invari- I if the senate desired to do [ and long embraces unil belief. Administrator of Andruw M Rollins, .........
the speed of and use of wagons car. j. j so |i And the sting of folly-" A f.. TAVf.OR, ('..hi... ....
machines automobiles other > able reply was "dairying." I j 'but that senators should not try d i' CORIIIICT-'T: Thla 12th ilsy of March. A. D.. I'''.
or vitiate the of the 'I I It was not so much the sentiment R. ft. 'rHIIIDJI:. I 8-U-BH-S
hides over the roads of said state.! A re-apportionment bill was intro purpose measure by l J of the words as the throbbing timbre n A. SMITH.CJBO .
amending it tn death. Senator Cue P. YOU NO. UHUkU tOM """1.1CAtJOI'f'
While the Senate down I duced in the Senate and referred to favored the amendment of his v..icp. rising to dramatic Dfriwtor
voting being
was a I Hilhwrlbnl
committee shortly before the Senate heights then falling to a low seductive ,.1 l ami .worn I,, before m> thin.: Slut 8.dt': Circuit' Court Eighth, Judicial Circuit
the race track investigation resolution good compromise between the LIdSU.ray' lay of April. '1021 ,. County, Hut* of Florida In Chn.tid -

another measure was started on I adjourned after the upper House or Catholic version and the more / whisper. |u I.. H HILL.
members had made : | He in the middle of stan- Notary Yubllo Strona. Complainant
its way through the House, directed I I consideration of modern revisions Senator Ethcridge'opposed ', stopped a va.
introduced{I locals their special order. The > ( the amendment --- '-- --- ORDER rOB Georiila Strontr. Dvfsndant
against gambling. It was billj j on the ground 1'!' PUBI rcATIOM
calls for Senatorial district Tn Stop a Cough Quick bU'I'' appearing by affidavit appandeil, to the
by Representative Hendry of Taylor, I slightly t that to specify one version of the' In rireii't' Court Flghth: I lied In th. above-ataled cam.: that Oor-
and would give courts the right to different front those proposed a few' I Bible would have the effect of makm -take HAYES'; HEALING. : HONEY a I I Bradford County fltato of Florida Judicial' m Clrauil., via Strum, the" defendant therein named Is e
days ago in the House by Representae i I niuAh nwdiclne which si'tn' the, cough by f *.",. nnn;resident. of th* State of Florida and the
enjoin of establishmentipermitting I ing m it &xci-tarlon. When the .. la unknown and
. operation vote was I healing tile inflnrned end urllatesd Hustles Wetter M F... .. rompl.'n.n.v. Is over the **' of 4 ,
tive Bell. It also specifies the method I taken the amendment v* twenty-one years F It Is therefore ordered th.t
/ betting on contests I of election a subject not touched on i was Sena- j| A box of OKOVfS 0-PEN-TRATE m.:m ...pr>. (Mop;,. ft .1.) Dpfundant aid non.resident skill. t tor then an1'amemlmrnt
Sinirletnry introduced required to to the bill of Aled
It appear complaint'
SALVE for Chest. Colds. Hud Colds anil| aprwarinir by affidavit ,
in the Bell bill. ai> .n "'" in tie In said, before .
cause on nr Monday th 4th
ij which provided for striking I Croup is pnrloied l with every bottle of 1 Iliad 'In thinhovcatal" .d cause that Olu- day of May. > n.I Wit otherwise' the allxa- 4
i 4
There will be no investigation of The senate passed Senator (' nut (he penalty making the mea- : 114 YES' HEALING/ : IIONLY. The salvet defendant>pp Campn.herein r..mi"!Una Camp hbo wlf. the lions of .Id bill will be taken aa sonfeeeed.
oe arif non-mldnta
( of
race trai ks in Florida by a pgisln-\ should be nibbed tlm! clie-nt and ihront th. M'... of by said defendant.
bill for the ure a rtirst\ nn the teachers arid on t Florida. and 'b.y... rnldvnM II ,la further
providing disqualifying of ordered that this order b pub-
tive committee during l''J"! :!: unlcs'I I (manilnt This amendment was c 'cf children sunVrli, ( fn.m a Cold or Croup "302' t-lty' of N"..r York tal, of Now York .u,I lished. one a week for eight aonaecutlv*weeks
the Senate has a change of I judge in cases in which their relatives -! passcel The Hi-allna: effect, 'f Hi ,.,. Heeling; Hnn'Ytntothetbn.nl twmtr-ona Kant till stm It and am user the ewe of In the Bradford County Telsairapli. a newspaper -
scare Is
are concerned as attorneys, and Mjmliuvt with the benli-a efleet or r that said : therefore onlarid I published In t.li'u2' County' and State.
non-raald .. :
.t.n. ,
: :; hot and TI .
l niv* a O-Ken Trate Salve Unuuilh the DOe,* cl l lheikloaoon t an February
unlawful hereby
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days making it for an attorneyto Colds Cause drip and Influenza j Mopitscotiah" plaint:: filed requIred:In saM to suiwar to the hill:: pf com O. W. AMfuAKD .
represent any cause in court In 1 Ikich remcillas are pai.knl In one eumon an.l the fCC'S on or before .,. CI..1t C..rt.B .
DraiUlsts refund O1VTM E NT fails I hi. ISIS
money' l If PAZ I LAXATIVE BROMO Hay of May. A. D.
QUM.NC tut. ,
Tablets C. A. KnI bt
io3it' .
to I remove i list of th* ronibliird lii-atrnrnt
In the
cur hma Blind. Pnruuu which relative In alleirallofia,
BleedmH or a is presiding. dis- of said' bill will''be taken .
Piles Instantly th cans* There Is "nJ"on. 'Bromo Quinine. Just for I hAYES aa Deputy Clerk.3.e
relieve Piles anil ask ronfrssMf
Itching you your druggist by said deftndanta. D F:
can let restful sleep after first appl'iatluo' III1c.t cusHini, the so-called "father and I E. W GROVE s .iHD...... aa boi_ :UK .HEALING HUNKY: It l further ordered that.: this order be 'tollcltor for Complainant -.t-e-l 1'


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: ft I' S Bradford County Telegraph L A FORECAST OF FLORIDA'S ;

r Published AOI''d!> and -nt Tid aecond (I FUTURE BY EDMONES EDITOROF I

class matter, at the post

.. office ut Starke, Florida. II IIco. MANUFACTURERS RECORD' : FRIDAY and SATURDAY

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J. C. ROBINSON____--M.nadne Kdllof. In reply to a request from a leading" West. up through the center and the :i'I
Eastern banker, who has been contomplatmg Gulf! Coast region. A Tampa subdivissiun -

f PUBLISHED! EVERY FRIDAY making largo investments | company according to reportsof
in Florida as to his opinion of the fu-1 Tampa papers recently sold $2- /j
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state 710,000 property in one day. | \
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Ii I IJ editor of the Manufacturers "1 thing it entirely safe tu say that K
J Per Year __. __ _u $1.601 I 'Record wrote, in part as follows\ : I Florida is at the present 'time far and May 1st and 2nd Is
I In reply to your inquiry us to my tiway building more great hotels and
t Six Months -- .-.- ------- 75c view about Florida: To write soberly apartment houses than any other ,
.-- I i i and conservatively on Florida I. a II I stale in the Cniun. Highway construe-j j I, '
I Ir I ,dilllciilt\ proposition, and yet what I I''lion'1 t tam is going on rapidly ill every putt
in;;nur is, 1 think, both conservaltI I "f the stale. The East Coast Railway I
Itn I e and sober. For many years li{ i Is double trucking its line from
halo been studying the outlook for' Jacksonville to Miami, and building '
"... I Honda.. I have anticipated its onor J I a -OiWUUU, bridge across the .-it. I IJi I'I'I
1 '' 'IIIUUH' development. 1 often talked ovur " ,. i II.e. mutter with Mr. Fluglor and ak- ''''ut its trains. The various raihuud-i
'd him for his reasons fur locating catering the slate are this u inter
,I 'm tins. state and putting about $75I/ ,(I I h i ,lining 1 n I'ullmuu tiaina dail., mlMoridii DOLLAR DAYReap
tiuo.uot, ) oi his own money in his rail1, 1 I to take cure of the soon t tI
'J load. and development, work. An the I I Iimiiascil lialllc and still it is almost nujiu

No. 485! I .mars I Mr. Flaglor grow :;I I iilde; to secure' reservations unU> .-> one .
(M 'i..i<", rsbii[ in National Highway lure. mid in,iic enthusiastic about the i ii ciiKauui thorn weeks ahead The seaboard -'
AHjocintion ) i 'luture ol! the .state I I i I II Air Line has built a 23u.-m.lc: I II ]
::! 'I, "I M-U.S. with him once in company 'j],I i extension through what is known .11
[ with (George W I'crkins, then of J. I II the /Ridge suction of Florida, a superb-t I
i I L,111S'III AT SIIOUM/ ) UK: I I.I*. Mogun & Cu. Wo traveled over :;: I l ly beautiful and productive
:( FORCED; ; ) the road to study the Over-the-Scal I! i and 1 doubt not that the traffic r"g-lUn'l
---. .. line. 1'erkms aid l to me that no I!, I Seaboard will fully equal tho facilities
t It la a matter of common report; I banking ho'isu in the world would'i'[ i of that road for handling it, just ani the harvest of this great

{ that, there are something more than have undertaken! to finance that project :i:, the trafllc of the East Coast Road and ,
i : two million lawn m, the books of the I ; that to accomplish it needed a i of the Atlantic Coast Line is crowding .
\ country Htates and' municipalities man of Flaglcr's! vision and daring, I' the facilities of these roa<1s.
and, while there is more or less attempt who could use his own money to carry I I "Turning from the incoming of slaughter of prices
to enforce ninny of them a it out 'Lint now,' said he (and then i millionaires and the multi-millionaires
1 very large number of thu statute's the ocean part of tho line was less 'I'land i the railroad operators to the in-
were apparently enacted without tho than half finished),, 'any banking I coming of people of more moderate" ,
smallest prospect of further attention. house in the world would bo glad to >I means, it will be found that tens of
\! Tho legislature of many stales undertake to finance the proposition j' thousands of people from other re-
+ r have been in HUHHIOM thin year Home We all realize now that Mr. Flaglerisaw 'I giniis are pouring into Florida. In V
are now In session, anil it m estimateil far ahead of the rest of us.: |, part they are farmers. day laborers
that twenty thousand new laws "At that time !Mr. Flugler told me mechanics, and. in part they are peo- WILSON CO.
have been proposed to the long list, that he realized that his road must I I, (pie of moderate mean, having autiimilated .
ince tho first of tho year, and, fully be double tracked and that it should <' ,10,000, or $10,000 or $:>0000 ,-
.. even thousand already enacted. The be done us quickly us possible. ( ( and weary of the hard life in the
work goes merrily on and 1 the matterof "The development of Florida whichiN cold regions of the Went are coming
f' obeying the law becomes more diffi1 ; now under way is, so far as 1 can || into Florida to make a permanent
- cult and 1 less general as time goes on. see, different in many respects from home. Gainesville Florida
i The Florida legislature has been naked anything ever seen in this country.To "You will remember that the amazing
1 1 by the governor to enact few laws my mind it Is more astonishing I growth of Los Angles was largely -
and. make them such ai can be en and far Bounder than the growth of duo to the! settlement in that section -
forced. There in good reason to hopo California. California l is far away of the same class of people: who
that tho session will be unusual in from the center of population and I left the central West after they had
I tho rejection of much unnecessary wealth but despite that fact IU progress accumulated a moderate amount ->f
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I I' and 1 Ill-advised legislation and the has> been the wonder of the money hoping to get away from the - -- ---T--
i passage of some excellent laws. country, especially in tho Los Angeles i bitter cold and settle down. in the on Florida I had been almost a I enable us to get trained talent at a MANY FIELD MEETINGS
I Tho Chicago Trlbcne recently remarked section, a city which now has about | warmer climate of California. That iiiint. If there wereno pC""i-1, minimum cost.A i PLANNED DURING;; MAT
that a subscriber hail, asked one million ;population though its tide. which (lows like an unending vantages other than this climate, finance I committee is to be como -
what laws the newspaper" would have people claim more. There is no other. .stream, is now flowing into Florida ,, 1I1.>IIe would build a state of grunt: I |> enforced "sci-ing, (hat we do not cart I j possible'" rival to Florida, and California i The movement has scarcely slatted., wealth, t"i' ilmiale! I is an ,1I set \ counties. i i will huts opportunity, to study their
for prohibition. uuli-pri/a fight picture is too fur away to bu a rival. in comparison with what it will be ill''' man i annul duplicate. ;Man i 'dUd'l All concerned. should look forward I ; ,iiiblenis and "nf'r with specialists;
t laws restrictions. on citizens'habits Many people who have lived in Cali- I the coming years. I'I'I ihiuue; tin bitter' cold I of the l t"<> this a meeting; as ..uIofhetta. w..lnl1II0Vl'1IL'IIL | ;of the Florida, Au'ncnltin.d, Extension
and amusements and customsand fornia and who now live in Florida j "A few days ago 1 received a letter :and the :Noith: into mildness, und hu I for education in 1>'1 0 1'I00a. j I IMAKY /Division in a semi of meetings that
i opinions;" and declared that the tell me that the Florida climate is i from :bur George. I'amli, the noted' cannot change the glorious sunny SHEI'PAIIU. I begin on May 1 and continue to JuneI
4 answer was easily given.It far superior to California's. j I I"Some Knglish: linunciul authority, who wusI (.Innate. of Florida into cold and bitter I -1.1 Problems of culture, fertilization,
said: "Wo'tl have tho law enforced of the reasons. which appeal I I thu linancinl adviser to the British weather. Climate: is a permanent as I (.KEEN/ DRAWS *200 FINE" I disease and insect control, and other
e hut would allow a woman to (to niu very strongly in making any Government during the war. tin st'It\ has been given to this section AND ao DA\S IN JAIL '' miiltcr.i t affecting the citrus industry
open the door of her Hat' in the daytime I i''animte ns tu Use future of Florida t'' Cieorgo expressed the idea that our hy the Creator. It makes Florida a will be taken up at these meetings,
without risking rubbery, beating may bu' Hummed up as follows: limitation of immigration was due to icsoit for tho tired 1 and weary and L'hurgedHtll Having Intoxicating ''I|, many of which will be field meetings
: or iiBNnult. We'd havo an enforce "It has become the fashion for metu i the fact that all the land of thin counI the sick, greater than that of any Liquor in Ills Possession. and demonstrations. with a view of
j I of ceti-I Itry I other, part of America. It gives to theplL'unlll'l..ekor I l I better quality production.
mont which would make it safe forman wealth of the Bust and of the was practically occupied I. and Wash Green of the Lavvtey section ,
and his wife to tuku a walk or I tral We.-t, to spend their winters i In'that', our agriculture could not be ex- opportunities for outdoor I was arrested 1 lust Thursday by Shei'if, l i i iKpperson i The meetings' will bo In cnarge of
i a drive on tho streets. without being Io'lul'IlI" and( tu hove superb winter Funded to any large extent He likewise lifo touch as ho lUll find nowhereelse I : and Deputy liuisden on u I I K. F. UeBuak, citrus pathologist for
lugged or robbed. We'd make It possible 'honms here. Every increase in, the said that the reason why American .in tins. countl')'. Close proximityto I charge of violating! the prohibition the extension service, and district
c for it street cur to operate. without I' wealth of the country means an increase bankers were lending money no the great. centers> of population II laws. The officers searched his house lurents.( Meetings in each county will i
the rink of being held up.' We'dmaku i in thu number of people whoi > I' freely to Europe was due, in his opinion and wealth are of infinite advantagen with shine. be arranged by the county agent.
it puHsiblu, for a bank to d.Iijr > can afford to get away from the blur to the fact that this country compared with far-distant California. At the hearing before Judge Gardiner Counties in which these field meet- ,1.
i1 business without being a fortification i I :znrds: and tho snows of tho East and I i was fully developed and therefore, I Saturday, Mr. Green plead guiltyto ings are plannned during the monthare
f and for a seamstress. to go homo uftor ,, the West to the warmth and sunshine I1 I no longer offered a Hold for big/ con- "The whole country bus within tho I the charge of having intoxicating Volusin, St. Lucie, Palm Beach,
Iijr t her work without having her money of Florida. There is no other place to 'I utructive and investment opportuni- last few years begun to awaken to I liquor in his possession. Ha was fined Broward, Dade Okeechobee Lake,
f taken away from her. We'" punMi which they can go and at tho same tine what all of these advantages and resources $200 and costs and 30 days in Orange Scniinole) Osceolu Ilillsbor- ;
P murder with death and havo fewer time keep in touch with their i "These statements, which every in- in Florida. will mean for an jail and in default of the fine, serve ough Manatee Pasco Lee and Hen-
,?, murders. We'd protect children from ness interests. California Is too fur1 i i telligent American realizes are i increase of population und the enrichment | an additional five months sentence.
( perverts. We'd give people I for tbeni. wholly without foundation of the people of this state. dry.A
protection away II I me just |i E. It. lager, charged with operat- splendid home
III their persons and property i in i "Tho millionaires and tho nuiltl-1 about as erroneous as the views long'' I am constantly amazed at how rapidly a motor vehicle without license, improvement program -
I ing has been
the street, in their homes and In their( millionaires, whose number Is ever hold by a largo portion of the American l the tide is turning this way. It is plead guilty and was fined $1 and planned for Okalooaa
1 .;; places of assemblage and while we increasing, are going to come to people us to Florida. In this state u /Hood tide, with no indication that costs or 30 days. county will be also and a series of meetings
wore doing/ that we'd allow them to Florida in ever-increasing number. 1)[ ,, alone there is room for agricultural there will ever) be an ebb tide. Here i --- held in that county during the
think what they please\ go to mov have often mentioned the fact that; i expansion which In itself would set at and there we may have slack water I OFFICIAL WEATIIF.U week of May llto 17. They will be
lea as they pleased., use what beverages I John D. Rockfeller after IIpendingI |i| naught Sir George's thought about in Florida where rush of dovolop- I STATION: ESrAltLISIIKD/ Henry under the home supervision of Miss Bertha
I they pleased and mind their three or tour years In southern Cali- the shortage of land! for further agricultural meat work as now seen will tempo demonstration agent assisted .,
own business so long as they did not t I fornia seeking health later on trying expansion. rarily halt for a breathing spell. An official weather .station has by specialists from the Agricultural -
r oiTond public decency or disturb public other places for an equal period, "1'lorlda ta annually shipping nearly Some people may overtrade and And been established 1 by Mr. Lenthall the Extension Division, both at
order." I came to Florida und spent three or I 100,000 carloads of citrus fruits themselves unable to meet their oblt-j i I Wyman at the orange grove of M. L. State College of Agriculture and the
,1 J' Rending over the answer offered' four years studying this climate and(I and vegetables to tho North and nations on land 1 they have bought. ,Johns south of Stark, and accurate College for Women, and 1 by
by the Tribune, it is to remark that I then after this long investigation has i West. There is land 1 enough in this '1 hat will only be a passing phase of records will be made of weather conditions Nashville representatives of the Louisville and
I', nothing is suggested that an even established. his permanent winter state available for an increase lit the great constructive, upbuilding, here. This station was completed Railway, who will discuss
I tolerably !KIWI! citizen would! not ap I home here. Henry Ford whoso wealth I I production sutlVient to run this to creative work which 'is now under this week and Mr. Wyman will principally of the growing and marketing -
1 I' ..l prove. Then, is no law mentioned or may match Mr. Rockfcllur's, has ai i 5011,000 carloads a year and still by way. furnish the Telegraph the readingseach vegetables and the productionof
/ f i- ;ir, statute Implied. which was not designed I home in Florida and has been buying! ,,,110 means reach tho limit of agricultural "::'I am unite! sure that within u comparatively week for publication as. they small C'ulta.Problems .
u d( t for the general good of nil the rather heavily; if Florida's "land according capabilities. It should be remeni- few years there will be at will prove to be of general Interest of the home particularly
\ people. The protection naked for by to general reports. Th..". A. bered that while Florida i U aboti' least three cities in this state of a Mr. Wyman stated that during the matters affecting! income and social
I r. the Tribune is that which is distinctly Edison likewise haa a Florida" home. seven times as large as Massachu- ': million population each with many month of April the rainfall measured welfare will be discussed.. The meet
,i, and plainly promised the Constitution And these are but typical of the men i i'I setts it has just about one-third of the I thc ,-I. perhaps not matching them in l 28-)lilothe) of un inch an unusually tion ings will include entertainment, mo-
,; t' of the United States. That of great wealth and of great businessingenuity i population of Massachusetts. There ",I"lIt of population but keeping the light precipitation dresses.pictures, demonstrations and ad
I laws generally hove been violated i in every line of human activity -l i| are vast areas of cut-over pine lands pace ut u rule which will astonish the Mr. Wyman has charge of the experiment _,
: In this country to a greater extent In who are' making their winter''nvailiablc for agricultural pursuits country." 1 station maintained here by PLAN FORAGE CROPS
:- the past few years than formerly i 18 homes in this state. j and other vast areas of overflowed or -- _________ i the U. S. forestry department and NOW
admitted almost everywhere. In "Among men of this character there |, wet lands as fertile as the Valley of tEMRAU: F'LURIU.1EUl'C.1'1'ON,1L 'he will use the weather station in i, AND REDUCE }'EEmus/
Chicago there l is are many active hustling million- the Nile and only needing
reason to demand to be ; ASSOCIATION 'connection with the work he is carrying -
I ,,', more, attention to the actual crlmeRI' sties, great business organizers ando .| drained in order to be available for I on. May Is the time for the Florida

; ,, that are being committed than t general promoters who are concentrating farming purposes. Sir George Paish At the meeting! in Jacksonville last !i livestock owner to begin to make hay
I' lesser offenses. It is claimed in most their energies upon constructive thought that the only land yet re- On Friday afternoon April 17, the week of the Florida Forestry Association i! and other forage crops, according to
sections that too much attention i is uphuilding in Florida. This state i ;, mnining to be developed in this coun- teachers und school officials( from Mr. Wyman was elected a member -;i: W. E. Stokes, grass and forage crops
being given to one, particular and is today the center of work for the i try was the semiarid regions of the Alaihua Bradford, Dixie, Levy, Marion of the executive committee of the 1 specialist for the Florida Experiment
not especially popular law, and this greatest land operators in .America" West, which might to some extent be and Putnam counties in attendance board of directors. Station. Cowpeas) and sorghum a
,t to the neglect of other laws equally and tlu" o men are spending! milll"nR'on made available by irragition. It is far at the annual conference of bushel of the former and 23; or 30
I : or more important. top "f millions in establishing'town : easier to drain wet land than it is to I principals in Gainesville, met in L.\Y1=""G CO.NCUBTE: =" : pounds of tho tatter, sowed broadcast
Admiting that nil laws are presumably opening up great subdivisions i ,, 1 irrigate the semi-arid lauds of the Peabody Hnll to organize the Cen- FLOORS IN DAIRY| make a good early hay crop. Early
worthy of enforcement there IV l ioii and advertising on a broader scale i I! West and no such difficulties are enoi.ntered tral Florida Educational Association. 'Amber sorghum reaches the right
'f 1 still a very clear demand for check! than has ever been done by any other ,, in the 'cultivation of these Office were elected as follows: H. Messrs. Quigley & Davis have bct.. i &stage for cutting' about the same
state in the I drained G. >healc> County superintendent, engaged by L. D. Green the dairy'::
'. inn: capital crime and di.i-uiiruiiii. Union. lands as the West has to time the pens do, and this variety is
I 1 acts that hove been clashed as "crimi I "Tnke. for instance one compnnv' meet in irrigated lands. Marion president; :Mrs.( Macey attendance man to lay concrete floors in his'! recommended for sowing with cowpeas -
', f nal" for centuries--in fact ilncc the operating! ,: near Miami. Last year It II I1,' "I think it sofa to predict that the officer Alnchua County, dairy burns north of Starke. Work'l' for hay.
I! .' '}: dawn of civilization. Some enthusiast,, : ales of real estate amounted to $12-l Industrial, development of Florida Vce-president; :Mary Sheppard, has been started by the contractors '!i Peas are high this -- :
OOO.OOO. A few '''within few I'riniipal, Ocala, Secretary-Treasurer. und will be rushed to completion. year, and seed
,, i will be ready to aver that there is days ago that company a >ears will be much may be saved by sowing in
i It I : rows 2 or
was agreed that the first -
i nothing on the statute books moreimportant announced! that its January .ntcsj i greater than is now anticipated by meeting = U'a! feet
I Tampa
: Cavaliere driver apart giving
this one
this of" association should be held ini.iinesville or two
amounted to 3000000. The substan- people of this
than the Volstead' law and j I state. There are op- (; of the truck ,,'bichVIIS struck by a'i ipR"s..nger cultivations. From a half bushel to
t'ulity of this be poitumtie' for September 15, 16, 17. All
again the multitude will demand I operation can ap- manufacturing as yeti bus three
here pecks will
Wednesday per acre be
I teachers in this re- > sufficient
employed section for
1 greater consideration! of the olTonso prpcmtcd from the fact that th e but little understood or realized The It this
suiting: in the death of three method is used.
; against God and nmn committed by i Bowman hotel Interests, with some) 'i| investors and developers have been 80 the term I'JS.VSS will be expected to and injury to several persons | .
I others will be -
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I' 40000.000 or 50,000,000 Invested in'' busy with land attendanceis
the murderer and the highwayman. i operations and city charged with I! Orlando
'' not only to teachers manslaughter, Sheriff! -Geortre D. !Mogat Sr.
hotels have undertaken to build a' building activities that ,
,: The law suggested for special consideration i they have not Heirs BO;
1 J (II, by the Chicago Tribune j 0!: $3,500.000 hotel at that point and m''' had time to turn their attention to school officials but to all who are Interested He is now in a hospital Inventor of the vacuum candy
recovering from injuries. I the
Iconnection i I in education. pan concaVe bicycle tire
cry out for notice and the people are with that to make other! manufacturing interests."Sumo rim
asking their authorities to give heed Investments, Including a clubhouse| days ago Darwin P. Klngs- A program committee has been appointed -I Clearwater-The.herlft'a office was several a bridge light, died here following -
Times-Union. dwellings and other improvement i ( Icy president of the New York Life [ to make plans for the September broken into and drawers pried open I j survived monts of (Illness.[ He la
aggregating! $10.000,000; and what( Insurance Company, in a public address meeting. It is hoped that this I and money to the amount of $13 stolen -i daughter.by a wife two sons and a
A fine! of $".000 and five years Im these two companies are doing! i Is i.' here stressed so strongly the in- association can cooperate with similar that office announced. Access was Key Mr. Moffat was born In
prisonment for obstruction of drain merely typical of what Is going on in i : estimable value of Florida's climate organizations of this kind so gained by breaking a glass on thai I :New West and had lived in Chicago,
.. age canal or ditch was provided in a the entire state from Jacksonville l and the future of this state that I that speakers can go from one sectional 'outside! of the building. No clue wail New Orleans London, England, and
bill passed by the house. down to Key West and I j felt that I York. He came here from the
j. from Key I instead of being an optimist meeting to another and thus'left by the robbers. I latter in
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