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 8, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1S79. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50 ; Six Month,, 7.;,(.-Pa v able in Advance K. S. Matthews! Owner. .
VOLUME FORTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLORIDA. HtlDVY. :\L14: 192,. :M MltER: I fulis'1.51v"

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The house 'ted Murder lliadfoid, l nullity was well ujni1i MEMIihlt.s! ( IF UK.VIII' OKI) ( 01 :Niv I This Week
01" reprisentativi- SPRIM.: ; IERM: CI IIU I IT ted ihimilic", ul '
i iOLKr at t tin loiiiminebanquet i \MiiKU oi i .PIMM\ : t I'{:
favorul.ly! the' bill ..dint for
on |prat '
( SHOUT ONE:; tort Friday cMiimj, arena"
the! extension of acute road No. 23 .J.) C. loacbman, of Manatee County, hat (nun IMI.V' section nf tlic tuunty. The' following is a Ii>t ot t tl I.., taint I .t. I.,11., II" pl... > mi I harry street .f
from Stark to I'ulatUa by' the w..yof Spring term of circuit court for | Electrocuted; at State Farm being pre o nt to enjoythe first spread.iven : bees of thc llrudford I'a ountv < imniti i too ,I I. It. llain-/ ofiiunua.. pI

Keystone lleiKhls. This bill is now Bradford county convened Monday I t-dnesduy. by the' body to its members, of t'onimeice.: \ I tank. I. liu-sor; Jr,, lo I'has. S. ,ti;
ready for the senate and it is expected morning at 10 o'clock, with Judge A.) :i J. L II. .. .
i i The dinner was served at the 1Voman' I. W. Morgan, : Partridge, A. I'lossoidf Miami I Iii ncrr :n mtliAt ::1
it will go through without delay. V. Long, presiding.. ; States Attorney! J. C. Coachman, negro, convicted in Chili members! of that or- K. Adkiim, VV. L. Wall !II. It. !Nohli-s, I "...lIl"I..t tuiithut+ t iinaiu-r,
The 1U23 session of the legislature J. C. Adkins, Clerk G. VV. Alderman Manatee county of the murder of u ganiiution anti/ the committee in I I S. 1.. York, J. F. Thonmn, J. K.: Wilson. Sec. 3.:I '1'p. ; .s It. 22:! I. 1!

designated i state road No. 28 to run and Sheriff W. J. Epperson in attend-1 7Yl'llr.ohl girl of his race, was ulcer i i charge left nothing undone to make .1. H. 1'owell, J. M. Mitchell, .I. Sam l("s.,.nbeig tn I"'. ii. H< mm,.. f

from Lake City to Starke, by the way anee. | tl'ocut'dV"hwblny afternoon in tho ; the' evening<< a perfect one. A. ;MiPiKun. E.: 1.. Brown, A. Uronke way and! \h'\Iillnll-W"st; : half

of Lulu and Luke Butler, this bill The following men were empaneled death! chamber at the state prison I It. M. Inmiin acted. Mis. U.l K. knight, Mrs K.: S. Muttluvvs of lot I 2!, blink 1 ,, 'I'engda's\ '\addition:
provides its extension to Palatka, us /grand, jurors : \\'. J. Jones! foreman << farm at Raiford. The doomed man I und introduced, the first an tUII..tntll"t"I"I at Airs. Buck, Mrs. (i. M. Inman, Slarl.e *
opening up one of the finest farming ; L. G. Cooper, Jus Ilornsby, L. i i walked from the steel cell unaided | speaker Peek .
I the C. L. Peek resident 1'. J. Giillln, S. K. Johns K.: H. Smith, C. 1 I. l I" W. I. ttnll$0$ ) acres eI
suctions/ of the state and shorteningthe C. Prescott, A. J. Bryan, J. H. Powell, and seated himself in the chair, and I evening of Sdii,'ke Mayor for u N. B. Hull, L. F. Smith, E. M. Johns, I in southeast qiiailei! ol southwest

route to the east coast. J. F. Brannen, J. C. Prevatt, B. while attendants were adjusting the und who has stood folly-two years for" S. S. Dowltng. H. G. Mason, Krrol!: '1\I'lltel'' :Sec. ,I, Tp.I 7 S., K. 'J2:: .... .*'
a man always
Through the efforts of the Bradford Rosier, M. D. Carter, U. B. E'I straps he told the small gathering the advancement of his town and I Alvarez, !Mrs. N. Sternbrrg, J.' !M.I.I C. L. Peek! to It. 11. Smith-103: y tj

county chamber of commerce a H. R. Brown, 11. M. McIUe, P. of witnesses and newspaper men : Peek of I I lh'ownlet'. J. M. Truby, N. Mernberg acres/ << lying north of canal between
eounty.Iu'ur spoke brteflj
few weeks before the legislature convened Neal, Lester Kite R. 1' Lewis, Frank present he had made peace with his what the and town hud done 10.( M. Inman, J.V.. Andrews! Jr., .F.F. h dwell and :Sampson; lakes

interest was aroused in this Morgan, 11. D. May. I Maker, and, that his lust message to I m the way county of progresbiveness during Mump, 11. 1) Wiggins, N.1'. Hitch, L. J. Hopkins to Stephen: DigK*-
proposed extension, and the novel The following true bills were returned I other youths who might be tempted his residence here of this section O. L. Heuslcy, I It. C. Jones, K. F. 4 Ii- 1 acres in northeast quarter of

I ment met with enthusiam everywherealong by the grand jury: waa "the wages of sin is death" The I forty-two and it in to- Dc-tnorest, E. K. Perry man, I':. S. northeast quarter of southeast quar
years ago as
the proposed route, meetings State of Florida vs Olin Scarbor- current was turned on at 2.30: and he 'duy, and that it was his firm. belief Matthews, J. .F. Kkk liter, 1. A. Davis! tar, Sec. li, Tp. U S., I R. 22 E., west
, being held weeks at points from ough, breaking and entering. was pronounced dead at 231.: I that this section of Florida 'is L. D. Green, J. \\'. White, A. J. Ciriftm of Stui'ke-l.awtey road.
Lake City to as far south as DeLand. State of Florida vs W. H. Cum- into now'coming (i. C'. White, I.. \Vyman, Fred J. H. Saxon to J. 1'. Ilanor-10
Each county's-representatives' in the mings murder in the first degree. SI'ARKE IELEiTlTN) : : Jo l'STISI its own. The connecting ,
I. link to the outside world hunt Heck, J. E.: C'orpenmg, 11. A. Bishop, acres<< in southwest quarter of southwest -
I" house and senate pledged their ef State of Florida vs J. Everett: Ben The Presbytery of North Florida, surfaced highway bringing an J. M. Alvarez, J. C. Manning, K. \\ quarter, Sec. 20, Tp. 7 S.: R. 20;
forts to securing the extension of nett, D. C. Carter, Rafe Starling H. I Turner J. Lawrence Lots 2 r"1 B II. Saxon's of
Synod of Florida, U. S. A., convened ever-increasing number of home- II. W. H. Powell, in : plat
I this route. The entire distance from Troy Bennett, assault with intent to : in the First Presbyterian church of seekers through our section, and U. E. Knight, Mrs. C. A. "Futih Mrs. southwest quarter of southwest quarter.
: Lake City to Palatka, with the excep- commit murder.No ; Eustis, April 21st to 23rd, with Dr. many are canting their lot here. .. F. Stump, J. L. Peck, W. E I Mid- Sec. :20. Tp. 7 S., R. 22: B. .
tion of a short distance north of bills were returned in the cases Samuel Moore moderator and dleton, J. H. Ititch, K. J. ""vh. W. K.: (i. W. Hrown to M. .I'. Brown-ll

Lake Butler, consists of a graded of Henry Mitchell and James B. Mc- host. The delegates from the Presbyterian pastor- Senator D. K. Knight, president of ))l1vls, J. L. Frnzee, II. C. Wall. J. J. acrvs. Lots 17, 18, Sec. 11, Tp. S., R. f

road, and the portion through Clay Neil. church of Starke were the the chamber of commerce, who is Truby, C. L. Peek, E. W. Hayes, W. 22 ILots: ; 21 I, 2i>, Sec. l.'I: Tp. S S.,
and Putnam has a clay surface, making Civil Docket now representing his district in the a
It!. Edwards: O. L. R. 22 E.Lem .
pastor, Dr. 11. A. Tucker, and !Mr. N. Ilnym-H, Peoples
it a route already extensively G. VV. Lewis- va S. A. L. Railway, B. Hull. Dr. Tucker of the Starke state legislature, was the next speaker Grocery Co', E. L. Biggs, A. M. l>nr- Brown to R. II. Smith-It\?
lie told of his
traveled. ,J'r damages $0,000. Continued by con church was elected moderator for the trips through other !by, S. L. Alvarez, .... C. Hollings- acres in northwest quarter of south
sections of the state and while
FINED FOR IHWNIiENNESSSunday sent.Rebecca next year. The meeting was full of interest were undoubtedly progressing, wOI.thV.. 11.) Parks, I". Register, (i. east quarter Sec. 17, Tp. as., R. 2L
Clark vs Duval JewelryCo. I and instruction and the dele- our II. Bennett J. L. Underhill, D. P. E.

night Marshal Alvarez arrested ., damages $7,500. Continued. gates were royally entertained by the : county was due for a more rapid advancement Carpenter, Silas Kite, J. C'. Robinson, Kate Livingston to C, A. Knight.
its location its
Zack Anders and Jeff Johns Criminal Docket I Presbyterian people of Eustis. to L. It. Edwards: Hotel Marion, F. A. :2UO feet on Madison street, by 111)(
splendid lands and facilities for handling
for being intoxicated, with the additional State of Florida vs J. Everett Ben i The Woman's Presbyteriul Missionary Scott, J. J. ItlJtlunV.. A. Stern, A. feet on Broadway, (}. 1' Young's addition
Anders of nett, et als., assault with intent to the products grown here. "No J. Phonate C. N. to Staike.
charge against operating Society was held at the same Christy, S. E.: Ritch,
i matter where 1 1
an automobile while under commit! murder. Continued. time in the ladies' purlor of the Eus: go, am always"gladto (i. :M. Smtrunk, Mrs. U. M Sistrunk, J. E. Finch to J. I. (l'elk-210 acresIn
influence of liquor. Johns made bond State of Florida vs Olin Scarbor- I tis church, Mrs. H A. Tucker and get lo Bradford county, the \\'. J. Epperson: T. S. Williams, T. 1'. southwest 'quarter. of southwestSec.
and was released by Officer Alvarez, ough, breaking and entering. Plea1' Miss Catrie Uglow as delegates speaker "there is something Wall W. W. Huisden, II. O. Urown, northeast; quarter of northeast
while Anders was held in city jail until guilty. Sentence suspended until next] from the Auxiliary going of Starke- different, something that mukes" you 1.\. J.' Underhill, N. D. C-rc.-n.; .... 1'. quarter, north half of southeast
glad !liviin tins. "
Monday when he made bond.In term of court and defendant disll1l s- I church. A two hours ride on Luke you section. IItw/ Theo. TISOII, Lonnie Crnwft.nl quarter of northeast quarter; northeast (

mayor's court Tuesday after ed. : Eustis und un elegant luncheon at the Senator Knight also spoke of the W. O. Stnngfellow A. M. quarter of northwest quarter of J
noon both defendants plead not guilty. State of Florida vs VV. II. Cummings -' church, with the ladies and gentlemen necessity of ,,,securing legislation that hus, C. 11. Supp, W. It!. Itol-I northeast quarter; south half of

Testimony by Officer Alvarez and one :I. murder in the first degree. together, were features of the would! allow the county if. it becomes! C. F. (11"J.. I'. Hoovei', !Mrs soiithweNl 'quarter of northeast quarter "
other witness brought out that the Plead nut guilty. Continued. ntortuinment. .iccessury to put up funds to secure<< A. Davis. ; west half of southeast quarter,

pair, with Anders driving, had parked I Court recessed until Tuesday morn- The next meeting/ of the North the building of state load/ twenty. T. J. Terry, (J. W. Roberts, It. It. Se.,'. til, 'I'll. 7 5? It. :21 I K.Heulali :. 3
the car in front of the Bradford I bag, when nil mines not otherwise Floiidu Piesbytt-ry will bt held ut eight through Bradford county from llu-de, (J. W. Urown, ;Mrs. .1. 11. I Kelly to VV. I';. Varl.rough
,I Imposed of, were continued for the Lake fily to I'alatka, to bond with lo in southeast of
County Uank. Their intoxicated condition Fort Pierce, in October. JI.Mire. Alrx. U. K. Thede, J. 11. ucres quarter 1
when they alighted from the term. ------- out waiting. for another session. of thu Mature, 1./ '1'. Mourn, I.I II. Hill, G;. A. I northwest quarter, See. II, '!p. U! S.,
car was evident to the officer and CLAY COUNT- --TO1I'Ii -- (.RAVEL :1'll I IIIuSlm: legislature. This bill was prcpuic-d I by Antlt-rson, J. I,. Hurrell, E. I';. Hurnoy, It. 22 \E.:

others present and they were, placed :' U FOR ROVUhJ OM LATERAL: ROADS: 11. I':. Partridge, chauman of the \\'. K. ToroiluV.. O. Duval, W. C.Wontfii J. W. Andrews, Sr., to Vomln InI ,i

under arrest :Nmght Officer Alvarez The county board of bond trustees legislative committed of the chamber J. l'. Prevail' A. I.. Taylor, I man -- IU 'UCIKH m southeast, quarter

stated that he hud heen on the look Senator D. E. Knight, at the meeting are negotiating with the owners of ot: commerceand" Uradfoid's representatives W. :M. Bryan, Chuu. Uinklns, K.: II. of Hoiilhiast. quarter, .'.,e. 211: 'I'p. II i

out for two because of complaints of the chamber of commerce lust gravel pits near Putnam (Hall for u will. have it enacted Wells, W. II. lIiggH, (io... I"! Young, X., It. 23 I.. 'j+

"+ made to him by citizens, and that he Friday night, stated that the Clny I suflicic-nt quantity of the giavel to I i)r. C'offey, of Arcadia, who has J. II. Ciirrodine, It. I"'. Currodine.C. I !N. .1. Al.mie to It. I". 1I1o'rl'lttEuat

'::1 made the arrest when he saw they county repersentatives hnd drafted] place on the lateral roads of the coun lii-en visiting friends in btarke, was S. Kelly, J. VV. Lewis, John half of southeast quarter, southeast

;it were still under the influence of li and would secure the passage of a ty. This material has been used in the next speaker Di. CutTey .is in thu Slinvur. J. L. Shrlver, .I. U. liuxtor, I quurtei. of northeast quarter northwest -

quor. bill allowing them to vote bonds to other aunties in improving roads teal I estate business, m his section and 1'. C. flaxen, !M. Matheny! / IL. T. quiuter, of southeast quarter,

The charge against Anders of driving build hard surfaced roads throughthe and lasts indefinitely, making a hard told the gathering of the experiences. OHU-II, E. 'I'. Stewart, li. li. Poison| north half of southwest quarter of

while under the influence of liquor county. One of the proposed roads smooth surface. It is understood that incident to the boom of real estate I.. A. Drown, L. It. (Jainey; T. C.Mfwart southeast quarter, Set :22 I! 'I'p. 6 M.,

'. was dropped( and both were will run west from Green Cove one of the first roads to be improved there. 'IIu stated that the "shoestring :, T. I II. Pinholster J.Y.. L. R :20 E

given a tine of $10 and costs for being Springs to the Bradford county line in this manner, if tho trustees are dealers" or the lly-by-mght realtors I Pinholster, R. H. Great, S. V. Andrews O. J. (inllln lo P. II, Neal-Northeast -

intoxicated. by the way of Kingsley lake. Buuucasful in securing the material, are capable o! doing untold' 1 damageto It. A. Wt-eks. quarter, of northwest quarter,

Another charge against Anders Sentiment in Clay county is strong will be the Brooker road. The lateral a section by their. methods of operation C. E. Harper, I I.. J. Wynn A. A. Sec. :if, T|>. 7 x.. It. I 22!: E.

and Johns of having intoxicating liquor for the building of improved roads, roads of the county are in splendid and their activities should Fotch, J. F. Houser, A. A. Dunlen Stephen Chase to Alex F. Kermkau

in their possession will be triedin and the road system will be mapped shape in most cases, though some be curtailed us much us possible. Jle J. C. Kean, C. II. Roberts. -I'art of lots ii and "I, Sue :2'J, Tp. 0.

county judge's court Saturday, out at an early date. parts are getting sandy on account of expressed conlidemo that this suction ------- -- -- S., It. 22 K.:
May 16th.FLOItIDA. the present dry period. is on the eve of a similar boom, and ShKKS:. : EXTENSION: : : Austin Carey to R. II. Smith-East
The Woman's Missionary Societyof his advice to the property owners OF STAIE hot I IJ 1 11=1 half of northeast quarter, Hoc. 27'fp.
IS 1'lt.ISEUBY the Methodist church met !Monday MEN'S::; MEE'1'INI1SUNDAY: hero was to not place their holdings Senator. Culkms is seeking the extension I li; S.: It. 21 F;.

FEATURE ARTICLE afternoon at the home of !Mrs. C. L. :; EVENING:; at so high a figure that would .retard of state road number thirteen W. U Overstreet to J. 1>, Over- r

Y IN REVIEW OF REVIEWS: Peek with eleven members present. Last Sunday the proper development of the sec from HaMwin' to I-'crnundma, he having street- 80 acres in west half of northeast
Mrs. Middleton presided and after the byterian church the audience Pros tion; neither should they give it introduced a I bill to that effect In quarter, Sec 11, Tp. 6 S., It. 21
Jacksonville 3. Flo"Ida has a large
May business was finished !Mrs. E. K. away but gt its value. I the senate this week. This bill pro-I I h..
been given a great deal of publicityin Perryman, who was a delegate to the gathered talks and to listen read to tho worth-while' lion K. A. Green dwelt on the possibilities I I vi'los' that this highway shall continue I J. M Mitchell anti L. D. Green-10
the feature article In issue of papers by the of
May men '
annual meeting at Miami, gave a report from Baldwin via liriceville, Crawford ,
the church who of the county and that ho acres on highway north of /Stark. I
Review of Reviews, written by FrankStockbridge of the meeting. The pastor Rev.C. with the minister, Dr.are H.co-operating stood ready at all times to work for Callahan, Italia, Yulen and 1 W. A. Sterns-The S. Walnut street. ,
of New York. A. Tucker
F. Starnes and talked ,, thence to Fernandina.This .
was present its advancement. lie asked the cottage, formerly occupied by M.\ :
along assembly I
various lines of
Dr. Albert Shaw, the editor, spent church work. I ;
on the subject of repairs at the local to give road would intersect tho Leviton.
some time in Florida during the winter Mr J. M. !Mitchell presided over our representatives
parsonage. the I in the state legislature u rising vote \VaycrosA-Jacknonvilie highway at A. S. .Strickland to K.: I.. llCara-
and became enthused meeting, and after several
season over -- --- songs of thanks for their efforts 'allahan, placing Stark on direct Three tats north side. I of Klngslay
und I .'
the State's rapid development, so prayer by Mr. J. :M. Truby, thexubjcct '
Mr. and !Airs1Y.. VV. Baisdcn left beneficial connection with the two main highways 'lake
commissioned Mr. Stockbridge, one of yesterday for a motor trip to Sarasota of "How to Secure Harmony I I securing Bradford legislation for leading into the state. ..------
the best known journalists in the where they will visit their Between Denominations" was ably county. --- OLI/ ) SCHOOL noitiiHAW !
country, to write an article. daughter, !Mrs VV. S. Blakely. Mr. discussed by :Mr. 11. II. Young. Mr. i Knocking citizen tho for knockers his and asking I l immediately after the speakers finished 1 SATAN'S HAM
Mr the All Swindler made an interesting talk every full co-operation and the legislative i-ommitteo J
Stockbridge attended Blakely is cashier for the American with. the chamber (ON RAIL 1II1W'n 1.11 .
Florida Development onference InVest i Express Company, at that point. on "Thu Outlook of Our Church I in of commerce to ,i I reported "M the hills to he pn .sed at ./
\ Palm Beach in March and has the Community," and others on the I further the best interests of the county 'i this "ession. of the legtslatute" ( 'IIK'iniinti An interesting feature t'
reported to the readers of the Re- l program were E. M. Davis and C. N. Cal A. /. Adkins spoke on the udI I Il I _.: of the convention of that American ,

viw of Reviews the outstanding fea < 'hnst).. The talks were interspersed l I vantages that would result from such .Society\ of (Civil Engineers was thu II:

tures of the program adopted at that L I Coop Head Sues I II with. splendid music by a quartetteomposfd a course "bwat thi- knocker at every | Auto ,,'s. DivorceEs .presentation by Robert R'idgcwa/, ,
conference as the basic principles for ,,. < of Messrs. L. G. Powell, I opportunity; convert him if possible I New V ork, president of the organisa "
constructive development activities in i lohn' Powell, S. E. hitch and T. N. If you"can't, buy him a one-way inn, "f a copy' of u resolution adopted .
the state. t I Kendrick also by sacred banjo selections ticket. Bradford county still miniI by the Lancaster! Ohio, school

Dr. Shaw has editorially supportedin hy Mr. James Blglow, with I'I l hers among its citizens a few who, H. "board, in/ IH2M. f ..
because of
the same issue the views expressed I"tuno accompaniment by Mrs. Big- having property of their, Tinresolution. said: "
by Mr. Stockbridge, and their combined low, I own to sell, spooks disparagingly. to "You are welcome to use the ch not :
influence will greatly benefitall .I. M Mitchell talked on "How to a newcomer of his purchase from I hoUMito detente' I nil proper question I ,.

Florida in stimulating interest on In, reuse Oar Church Attendance," |I another party. "Do not knock sales I in Hut such things as railroads ant
the part of business men in America and in+ his excellent address gave the made by your real estate men, but V j telegraphs. urn impossible, and rank I II

and foreign countries in Florida's op 1st following suggestions: Have! com 'I boost the property. All will benefit i infiilelity, There I ii, nothing in the I
portunities. fortable seats and good ventilation; I from the increased population und : I| word of Hail. about them. If lod! haJ <
nave good music, good preaching. :'I| the money brought to the section" : lesitfmd' I that his intelligent cre -

REMEMBER! r I Love your preacher. Send cards toubsenuts 'I,I Iul.; Adkliis spoke of the good work ..tMA I un should, travel at that frightful

Have owners of tars to of thi- chamber "f commerce and of its. rf' ,,p" i ail| of If miles an hour by steam,
What ?- Gypsy Carnival. I Lang those. living too fur to wulk. ,.I nc-i-d I of funds in addition to mem. I i III voiild. 1 have foretold, it by the

VV lure "--Call Street, Starke. lh l i-tnl.ute, interesting. literature bear I| liersh.p dues. to carry out the udvirtimg 0" .i i li ,.f Ins holy piophctx.. It is a derv !)

VV hi" n ". Thursday, May 14, 5 p. m. I \ I II .m: on church work. Have members I |I program of the body. A11..,- v4r n.. of -'al1; '' to carry/ the souls of fhntnf '

to 11. .' .ul! on absentees and those who do tion was made that the l 1t.1".I".I.' ... I 'at! ill,>vn t', Hell." +
Who ?Given by Woman's Club. I "' b. I Inng to any hurch. Have all I I I coiuiriittuo of the chamber of. dour I
Att ructions ?Everything;\ i ,. mill r< to stand together with ]I I mi" in- prepare and send lA, 1nr r"I"- I'hiWoman's' Chnxti! ,"in 'I""J"' |. i-
A real mini trel-a fine supper! I I .i. '>rd l and stand buck of the one | senuuives, a bill. authoring tin- ,CII' '. I'.i I will have ill n .".,"Lu' 1, it-.

Cake ice cream, peanut balloons r "Ihe church stands for preach|i: county commissionurH and thi. JIll orpomtcd in" ni"<.i IIPR at the club hit i I'' n'-xt) 1

an" everything.Are Ii t t.it.i.." of God. and Christ In represen-the community I towns to make an a..scximentfor l I'ui .da;, afternoon, 3:30: o'clo, k. -I..o 1 .

you coming? and we owe it attendance, publicity and other purposes in ',P'linl feature of tho mauling wall' l lin tat' '
i loyalty and contribution of time support I be used by the chamber of commerce. honor of Mother's Day. All mot At a meeting of the Starke Ministerial money, and ability. I K>-v. L. W. Kicklitc-r, chairman of with their, littlo children are InviU'l;

Association last Monday the I, the .'ounty school board, and :Supt. II. 1 .x to tilt present.PREACHING. ,
Rev. A. E. Dunham resigned as press I COME TO THE CARNIVAL; B. U iggms spoke on the educational c s
dent, the Rev. C. F. Starnes was .sac. t e I Gypsy Carnival to be given by theWoman' facilities! Bradford county offers to ; AT SAXTON J JPre..hlnjf
elected president and the Rev. A. E. Aaron Sap'lro, originator of the Club Thursday evening I l the home seeker. "Th bent advertis-
Dunham as secretary. It was votedto Farmers' Co-operative Marketing, ; May 14 down Judge M. C. Ashley of Wood- at Suxton next Sunday,
town. There will be meat a have the
I county can outside
m -
meet on the first Tuesday of each I plan, has filed -uit for $1,000,000, tine ministrel, Cabaret a world knowing that their. chil- bridge N. J: says the automobile I.a U :t/:30:: () p. m. by Rev. Robinson, pastorof
Ford's Dearborn Independent supper, balloons for
against Henry cure the divorce evil. He, I.awti-y M. E. Church
month at the Methodist church! at I deny, log that he .Is In "aconspiracy cake, ire cream, fortune telling I dren will have the advantage of as has sent hundreds" of husband and ,invited
10:30 a. m. of kers who seek to and all kind- of side- sides. A regular goodchool facilities" as run b<- had." wives away from his court reconciled -
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Pasco-- County- -votes--$1,3.10.000: control the f>,,, i markets of the sure-enough Carnival. Everynody -I!.[ Ki-v Kickllter stated. -and r .
bond 'issue for road construction. world." P, come! .\ ...hort bu...mess session wan held Cs- went-. to Jacksonville. Sunday. evening..a .
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I'RID.YLY: 8. 1925.:
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rAGE TWO -- "- -- three fourtha#t K e towns of the

I --- self as a representative I I South Is to wake up the local people I'

; CALIFORNIA AGHAST AT I t Campfire Speedster and whuh sane. "puukand body! of does( and tills cnn only romp throntrh the L Hartnett Slugs J JI

,people, ,.f 1 J- 1'1.10OIlC" j Inc! of well worded! sore well nlnt'.11nIlV""lIln.

# FLIVVER INVASION OF I I II II II HL-r\ati\e the people, a-' of the Florida great once" 'n n all town these hrpaks'Wnl loose rmnprWfcpn -In, !

of local advertising it will
II t which .- a spirit
-one Jjt&
PENNILESS HORDE iMc, position which r then be prepared to spend money for "" I
I I II upica before the world outside advertising, but the local paper ,:
II I I determined to do has a right: to enlist the heartiest .. ,
------ of its local clientele, and ... .IJ
ably affect that cooperation t;,. "
all of the .
"Tin Can TourUU" Find Promised ( men who come from parts I discredit, upon the the better and broader this advertising J

Land Glutted With Labor and I world with well-tilled pocketsvho the Win. I m, ,its recent invitation the more spirit that is thrown I <..;"
Giving\ Nothing Away. revel in the sunshine during the j I I''1 come und make ; into it, the more optimism that is
I ter months enjoy the sports in us. given it, the more quickly is the com- ',
New York mountains, the beautiful inns, the I itself aroused into life. !
I. L Poole in The Tribune believes munity
(By Majorie I II roads and
I+ I World). golf courses the excellent I islature will rise to the !, Then that community Is in a position |
being invaded! Not by the happy holiday spirit that prevades I the occasHion-that it ]I to invite other people to come and

I California armies IB nor by the phantom -for those with money. r. ;wya, I good"( < with the people take part in its development. No town I I
Japanese which the United But these have little in common ICA I To do this. it must or city or state has a right to seek to
neet" ,
"tiiemy squadrons are now so with the invaders, for paraphrasing ti OF THESE TAX ; draw outside men and money untilit I
States battle "far more numerous is thi; | has house in order -
in repulsing, but Dryden Tampa Tribune put its own until
seriously engaged economically promises herd of such who have too little an'I. | :. ---- it has cleaned up its streets and .f
by a horde which, results than either who spend too much"-en route Thc> I A :MEowiHCH\ paved them if they are unpaved, \ ...
more serious face nearly as many difficult as : '." ." r' J QUICKEN THE painted and beautified its homes and I
the term actor"or by an fUv ermtheaet the pioneers of covered wagon days. I oY -'*,:"; -:" rfJ :,:tjt EVERY TOWN put on its best Sundaygotomeeting'clothes J .
' Ik rival is of countless "tin can tourists Selling their property in thi ir I :'.:.'::: r .TC-:1 ."j The Herald of Haines in order to welcome the ',,
the "Golden I home towns they take tho proceeds stranger who may be invited there.
inundating u recent ,issue had the :
who aro of social which they feel sure "will be more Any advertising where, in the language ,
and causing the flies i "Radio", Campfire Girls' message "Under the caption
State" until Harry can get: of the day, the goods cannotbe .C t.
than enough
I safe the
to bulge. carrying pigeon, on West' the Oakland (
worker they come, over the exten- I I work in California," and blithely be- shoulder of Katherine Hayden, after look states: delivered! ,. is worse than useless,
Daily trek. They have a "good" New because the is not only wasted'!
advertised interstate highways, gin the long a urht from Chicago to 'Seattle spends $ money
iirely goods piled high on i i second hand car, four new tires and I II York i which he equalled the time featuring the but tho results are harmful rate-hr
household great
their used the "Twentieth train. > rt,
children tuckedin an "extra, that "hasn't been of Century, than helpful.
their :Seattle
the little car, I machine is bulging with The merchant who advertises. .
t unbelievably small' places and thu much The : Portland has just goods
joyously on the running; clothes, provisions, camping equipment sands of people. But with the thousands top on a $300,000 goal which he cannot deliver wrongs his I VrOCA T9'
dog riding Califormans deClare and bits of bric-a-brac with who have come to invest to prospective customer and his own 4 q.wi2/elll AM'.alYhr
Their capital, Oregon.
board. of "a dirty dollar bill\ Elizabeth just couldn't part. From I a make fortunes in the new country 'San Francisco will business. The community which advertises '
contents shirt and they have no brace in the top swings the canary; to take advantage of the openings $750,000 in a two-year resources and attractions In'' "Gabby" Harriett of the Chw; ...
i and a dirty changing either." age a constant menace to the heads: which me offered, there has rolled f into show the world San order to invite outside men and Cubs hit a home-run a day for the
Intention and the dog is flat tires and nicked unless it has brightened firm six day of the season-an.:
of conquest shines on of the passengers, the :State: on how. niuuey, tipj I
their The light, they expect to pick jol) eyes of
oranges from convenient proves and would miss him so much." California i Is facing the problem nually to make herself ing itself harm, and if a prospective clouts mighty I'uth to f/o'p'come/ when h<

to find the acquisition of gold an easy, Amid the cheers of the neighbors ullizing its newest acquisition. ed-of place in the investor or settler comes he is driven ,I gets back into the g-irua.
"life better." They are who in their innermost hearts envy working. 1 away and takes an unfavorable impression -
t,, out where 11 NO NEED OF :MORE TAXES .
certain of these conquests, for they the adventure the start Is made. But 'San Diego, little with him. Therefore, let

have read many times. the dazzling soon unexpected expenditures arise The Legislature should keep .steadfastly feels 17",000 ia not too every community in the South that To Stop a Cnu h Quick
/ advertisements which find their way: The gasoline: supply must be replenished mind, fact: of her business men wants to develop wake up, clean up
i of the Middle< which the fuel i is in paint up and begin an active advertising take IIA YE HEALING HONEa:
into even the far placeR at stations to THERE IS NO NEED OF Beach: and ,
miles of desert road andit and she it' campaign in the local papers cough medicine which stops the < "mah by
hauled FLORIDA gets
West over TAXES IN tho nod irrltan, I
II ,healing! Inflamed tissues.
\ These successors to the covered ia appalling to find that the prices, ? "The cities. of Florida about its own business interests.. .
Why A box (e' G.\IS 0-1 f \ TK,VIE
'I are responding to I Ii1 a from r 0 cents to $1 a gallon of the more the Then, and only then, can it afford! togo '
pioneers range > income money ,
wagon Because, the pu-int SALVE for O:: t v. .1 I 'is. H.' e. < Ms and
;,1 call directed to their more prosperous Perhaps an axle crystallizes and then I, state government i I" amply sufficient 'I vertising. It is before the world and invite othersto Croup K e,:c'i'! i I situ erCIy! bottle of
i1, brother" The California of Bret the family must camp in the heat of to take care of all legitimate and note the substantial come. IIA\'Cb; HLti ,.: i.j.;;;:;'i. The salve
: Harto is ever before them and thy the desert, where it often reaches 118!! expenses of the state govern I ed by the Florida 1 I should be rubbed Oil the .chest ul,1 i ,l 1 throatof
see shining pictures of their triumph degrees, while a passing motorist carrion proper Board for the purpose Camp Walton-Chicago intereststo children suffering from a Lo'd <,r Croup.
c, out where even the "persecuted word to the nearest garage Unless state expenses are largely; our incomparable develop 82-acre Edgwater; subdivision Hie Healing .ft'" t bf H-ivr; ,' Hi'a'l..iii Honey,inside -
the throat combined with' the liniUnil' tact of
." Chinamen become wealthy in a few thirty miles. awny. The towincharJ's /: increased by appropriations made at climate is unexcelled (.rove'I0.I'en.Irate bnlva thrui..h the [cores of
the the -- I[ h* ftkln ruin stops a couiih
beyond belief and from world and it is
years. are this session, present revenues up
both nmedif arc packed! In one carton and the
How rude the awakening 1 How automobile parts are much higher taxation, with the natural increase I Florida to raise the Tampa-1,680-acra tract on Mem- cost of the combined treatmi-nt laJSc.
of anticipation is replaced Increased i for letting the orial highway to be developed. 1 ask for HAYES'
i' quickly the light than in the home town. in that revenue due to I whole Just your druggist

',j by that of desperation. They; One family limped, across the Mo values, caused by the development Why People Come Habitual Constipation CuredIn I HEALING HON -'V

nod that oranges aren't given for the Jove Desert on two bare rims after and improvement of property and the i :The suggestion of M to :21 Days West Palm Beach-Southern Bell
asking that they are "lour bits a seven tlrps had blown nut. John hadn't growth of population and travel, will plies not simply to -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": is n specially- Telephone Co. to start work on $1-
: ; dozen: ," that work is scarce. the influx learned thnt on the desert one carries more than take care of the cost of I eminently to every o prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for I Habitual! \ 000,000 improvement
t.. of skilled men having caused the supply a minimum amount of air, bpcause operation of the government.And South; Florida is Constipation. It relieves promptly and program.
to far exceed the demand and of the expansion, and that drivers of there is no reason for largely, I tising than any other should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I Qumc>-Work to start on state
'I that men in nearly every trade are and at this ses there is still room for to induce regular ai'tion, It Stimulates' und
experience rest during/ the day increasing appropriations Take f 0u road No I between this city
Very Pleasant to >
for half the scalu and gladto I pand its advertising Regulates. l
travel during the cooler night. sion.The !? *u_ ._1ii per bottle. Chatta''hoochee,
get that. Surmounting these difficulties they; state has approximately $3-, a iiuuuKn us .
Of course the advertisements aren'tfalse. eventually arrive in the "promised 500,000 cash in its treasury. I'present wonderful -
There are opportunities in Gel; land." Tho tiny fortune has dwindled This fact, in itself, belies the claim that !state has been -
iforniu and fortunes are being made rapidly en route but it seem to be that the .state needs more money for Other Southern states,
'" ,I every day, but not by> these "*'livverMaffolluna. sufficient until work is procured. its government operations. I follow Florida's This Label Protects: : YouIt's

:., ." Oranges are given away, There in a frantic hunt for living j The claim that more money is needed I tract far more
1 .. but in the expensive !mac where quarters while the family resides iran > to build more roads is not tenable. I| are doing.

: ; great baskets of them stand ready; auto camp at 2"; cents a .day Florida spent approximately $8,000 Advertising does not
for the tourists. who are glad to pay; Thpn they meet a glib realtor and! 000 on roads last. year. That is a large I men and money from
for their eourtc ies.. Gold IB .still 'be are astonished, to learn that one of sum. It ought to be sufficient to keep i but it enthuses the
:j ing taken from the mountain, UH in the little, hunt nlow out "where propvrty I the road-building program going at in which the .. 'tf'I
I the days of Bret llurtu, but the operationa within rate Great .. .
'J:, values are bound to rive a steady and sutisfactoi Live Murdious '
are directed hy million-dullaj purchased speed, in tho hull of
'I the next year, may be ('I' expenditures greater papers[ florid
j i'l I corporations There 'is land to be had for $200 ,down! and the rest "like I construction of roads, would very: sponsible. for .
for a few cents nn acre but who can rent" To buy seems the only sensible likely produce wastefulness, faulty; of onthuaiam in local

,. carry water in barrel thirty miles thing after the agent has explained work if not graft. helping them to get a ,
and still find! time to "dry-farm" the plan carefully, and most of the Florida has established its Deputation of their own
I Not all of the automobile tourists precious capital goes! toward thp ; as a state which does not'bellev.. town is often made e
t are penniless, but those with capital payment on "their own little home." in und does not propose to levy unnecessary I i local advertising. The the
really add\ to the hardships of that Hy this time search for employmenthas taxation. I|, one in which ,,
clu .. The wealthier arrive in large situation have been introduced
become serious, the assuming Yet, measures vertising is done. I logicalthing
cars, with neatly licked> suitcases its true proportions. The in the present Legislature. to increase The town or the I II Label

., on the running boards and large I lark of factories where !skilled labor taxes all along the line and to I to be left alone j to do is your
trunks strapped on the rear They is needed, I III suddenly discovered. A invent new methods of taxation.To turbod from its. long '
top at the auto camps| along the waybill week's work here and there keeps the tux the minerals and oils taken 1 should never advertise, -to buy your Guarantee

I ," call at a"hotel occasslonully for I pantry partially stocked but the installments from the soil; to tax the smoking materials side, for the moment its ': of Value
I ..', "a real rest. on the house arp piling that so many citizens: use and 'plo commence live Used Ford Car
}, Arriving in Southern California I up. Thp flivver is sacrificed to save enjoy; to tax admissions. to places ofImusement banks, its merchants
I they take a small apartment, "not the hcime Inadequate, transportation' ; to tax sales of real estate I, factures. commence to from Your NearestAuthorized

} nearly as nice, you know, as our place I facilities from the tract where thelittle ; to tax property that cannot be I people what they have ,
. back home." They drive to the various I '" house In situated become n factor eon; to increase the tax on gasoline;; build up industry, a Ford DealerThu
': places of interest, cooing the missions i in the problem of lob hunting. I to tax any and all occupations and I awakened '

'; venturing over the border to When things seem blackest thorp I trades, ; to double the school tax; to Today the moat -, -1It'- "-- __
Till Juanu driving into'u".mito and m an attempt to sell thp home to obtain tax the franchises of corporations; to I
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to the Uig Trees. I stocks of corporations n
the ('qulty'unll the promised tax the capital ; ----
With the approach of the rainy seaSon profit but the "bottom has dropped to tax Investments in corporations;

they tint\ that traveling has loaf. out of the hoom"-temporarily of'nurse. and, so forth and so on. r r -:
Ito flavor and they return to the I The payments must be met or Verily some legislators seem imbued FOLKS 2 .:. THINK I tI -\ Q.l Pf TO PAY
I, apartment. "Father" become ,leatless.Ho their "heller will automatically ro with the idea that they have / MADE OfI FEI r :.t.orHES I Ifc"
active\ directing\ / I T has spent yours I. Hal
4is turn: to the real estate company been sent to Tallahassee to impose l I
his own business, or following u In desperation the man turns to buulens upon the people, rather than IN OUR Ljlr&5M': TV1 0.&, MINT DON i + > a &PENDIN'

\ trade, and the placid sameness. of the I the employment agencies/ known as to "protect and nerve the best interests II V } ', OiJ -5EvMON6Y.

days bringH u restlessness. Ho wanders "slavp! markets" whpre hp Ands lotus! uf the people. C.d d@S ,,
about the streets, .seeking companionship lines ahead of him. With a stifling The proposed increase in the tax on T02"N s.v It ,
and some diversion for of pride he determines to iro to work gasoline. is one of tho most indefensible j
the hours He Linda u court of picturesque with n pick and shovel. He finds thnt of the tax schemes now being I A

bungalows under construction there are thousands of Mexicans who considered by our lawmaker I Good
+ and becoming! Interested offers to fill this need and that the Japanese The .state of Florida spent approximately Art ,.. 0,4J
help with the painting.. He explains and Hindoos are hired exclusively in $18,000,000( for all state ex- Idea
a I that the money docs. not mean much 1024.\ & J
many of the sections, to pick the pensos ui a
to him, but he hates being idle and ornr.fos, Eventually his name goes to Of that amount .tJOOO.OO-or(
1' will be willing to work at a reasonable swell tho flies of the social worker or ON: K:.THIRD THE TOTAL COST By

figure which usually menus his fiiniilv is the ,subject of om of the OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT:
I: about half -,'ah'. diiilv appeals, in the local papers for was paid by the owners and operatorsof EdwardMcCullough I1 1
'I Natural! this single offer would help fur" "II deservlnir family .stramlod nuti.mobiles. '
: not Hood the luhor market, but there b\ unusual circumstances.. ;No; poison will claim that this is afnir | *
are; thousand of "fathers in everyf What of the. native Callfornian distribution of taxation-that

1 f profession who are doing the .same How loon the invasion effect him ? one kind of property should contribute I ALTOCASTER >
\'. thing. The flivver tourist rinds Ihatf't Recauae of the man who is willing to one-third of the total revenues of
his expected place has been usurped, work for half scale the native laborer the state.
f't 1 I that the man to whom "money does faces. the same discouraging factsthnt Much of this tax came from visitors I f IT SEEMS; AHAS
not mean much," but who "has to confront the flivver tourist.. Ikeoust to the state-our guests, whom we EVERVTHIN' COME

keep busy. ; :' 1 M given the preference.These thO work for what he can got. or go invited here to enjoy our hospitalityYet UNOER.oI' OFFATr
two, of course, arc not into the northern part of the State I the proposition is .seriously I +e1a
'f only t>pes "f. visitors i California ha- Whore the invasion .seems not to have made to increase the taxation of

There are hundred- inen and wo-, reached such proportions.To automobiles by increasing the gasoline -
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the property owner the .situation tax two cents a gallon making Itfive
I t A -IONIC: : I is lamentable for he is called upon cents. I
drove' Tameless chill Tonic restores each year to provide moro. and No more Inexcusable meu-ure v. 11- If// raea5esro''r

Energy and \itility h> Purifying ami more .school facilities for the children ever proposed In any legislature y
j Enriching the Ul>. .1 I When you feel Its of the floating population who share nor one more unpopular with masst tI

strengthening(. Inv I IK' r Ilillll'R'ect. see how in no way the burden of the taxes. of the people. The automobile is. now
t U brings! color t t" tl,. checks and bow California's !standard of education is. a necessity. There is an automobile'
exceptionally' high and it costs nn for every live persons in Florida "' 0L1'yU.
1 ,.' it Improves the .iu < tui-. >"u will then =
astonishing amount to maintain the Hence the far-reaching effft of this
appreciate its true 1"'IIe' value I
standard proposed tax.Scarcely .
Grove's Tasteless chill T' nc in simply, I
The booster who ire backing the less offensive", are the
I ) Ir 'n r-d Quinine 1111'1"|"11"ill ,1\ in syrup So
other schemes of increased. taxation
advertisingafiit| are appalled MniL'v.4eoue
even cull' it. The Mood 1
IIf t need I 11"3" QUININE:' to 1'. Inf,i ,ui 1 IRON to at the, r,' ,u', ",f their 1 ilmrs TVuirnr ri ua, ''''lIdinll'. There is not a sensible i
Enrich It, Destroys r ,il I ,,:mrs and .. t.i' < v.,..P .h,. -.fu, ,' Th, i.; IT' 1 logical reason for any one of them I

Grip germs by its Strei ,II< nitui, !:ivi I,,. i" .IM' t I" i p ..tid I in hv iniulur "', The present Legislature has a great
sting Effect 60C '. Th..v. have attracted thou "opportunity to_ make_ _a name' for it- .

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':J 1- HOW'S THIS? i\\'lIEREOUIt LIBERTY IS GOING)| Panama" City Dainbridgo--- -Mat-- .'

'III! rtTtnitii )ini'If'-vra' win I I II tress Manufacturing Company opens
News of Florida in Short Paragraph | what we claim for It-rm y. i .YSI"-'" j j I Senator Borah's warning to the local branch factory.

';" ... .. .-. -.-...... ..--.................... -..... ...... CatarrhIIAM.'S of "ntarrli. : or L>i>"rneM C..U-HMJ 1'1 TWeekIa.w i people of America! whose cowardice I
CATHUH :MtCtm'IMO Count I lu- says m permitting changes! in our SUHSCKIHK TO

Live State News Relieves.IK of the an catarrhal Ointment Inflammation which Qulcfrrj, ;ana wu w r..e.I !; gin eminent thnt are destructive of THE TELEGRAPH

M', Internal. Madlrlne. a Tonic/ which liberty and happiness, deserves more I II __'n __
.tn through the Blood on the Mucous '
a.re,,,...,,rwewwrrrr rr.wurrwnrrwrw..rr...5 I urfafo. thus restoring normal condl- | ? ""h't than I passing consideration. Ho does
<>ns.I openly charge the existence of anorgnniicd
'gulc'l t y Told by Our Exchange tI..1. Chen** A. Co. Toledo. Ohio. :: movement to strip the poo-1
I I plo of these liberty, but he does say

1 reports of such a plot hnvo born
I conl scated. Whitt was shot in three | broadcast in the press for .suvoral

Gainesville-A new hotel of 100 anci Joe Bennett, engineer on the place in the back. Whit refused to IBUILD years ,

rooms will be built on the old Thrasher I dredge says the lire was caused by a I veal the name of his partner. 1'0-1 fly Arthur Brisbane i The people are regulated to death.

property I which wuo purchased bya l break in the gasoline line and the tire still was ucciiientully stumbled on I Tln ivspunsibility of the homo11 ASPORIN

Tampa syndicate the other day, according spread rapidly because of this. the officers in a ouk and cypress A GOOD NAME. pushed over on the government, the
to announcement. uf tttverview while the
swamp east ,
I work of the church is shifted l to the '
Plunt City-Arthur K Dell, young officers were searching for a den oj'j I'' OUR LOSS BY RUST. f government. The duly of the schools

Plant City-Three days' shipmentsof railroad employee, died front burns criminals who were reported hidingin takes the '"
DID "FATE" GET HIM? sans! road. The result is 'I[
tomatoes: from here have totaled subtuinuu when he was trapped in the swniup. The officers suddenly I private interference and ollifial Say k\\t'r\ Aspirin''

17 carloads: and the total of shipments his coupe which burst into flames suppri8i-ti. the men at work at the I HONOR THE AUTOMOBILE. ut' individual action' lo control -
of all vegetables. and fruits still. The "stick 'em = =_ I :II ,poinl I\SI II."l'1 i nl the
when gasoline ignited from a lanternhe '' omimuncl up"was II that would make the fathers of the ;" .uu sec
for the period was U'J cars, I producers had in the machine while having 'I' answered by a shot from the I What is the value of a good nation froth nt the mouth. ll.iwr. Cu's1 "n t.il'L-ts your
announced. still The officers. aal ? Financiers that bought the j I
the tank refilled at a here o1>l'l'IItors. tired | name
garugu '
ioilre) automobile from For every difficulty that arises a:, uI ; nut( jotting: !: the- genuine
Bell's body was mass of burns lie the men tied. Whitt dropped after I | company I
Williston: -Tampa capitalists have I clime here from Vuldosta, Ga., and running u few paces. Ilia partner wasseen the heirs of the two able brothers I result of our complex civilualiun" > LUjer Aspirin prove! M'C! : by
that estuUisheil have re-sold the look for a remedy in tho creation of
purchased SO.UUO acres of land from o millions
to be wounded. tad
wall married early last month. prescribed by phy-
the Florida Land Company near hereat u __ .___ company to the public (keeping a I some new board of control. Every.
u price near a million dollars and ST. LIC'lE .MAN: : GETS lot of stock for themselves) at a I phase of business and private activity sici.m Lit 21: I \e.irs,

will develop the tract at once, an- Kissimnice-Urging special' county 1IB.\ m:' u \\uii (;<>\KKM: >K I valuation in which the name DodxenpresenN ,' is put in charge. of some bureau or Acccpt t only a
legislation for the preservation of JSO.OOO.OOO. The public cumiiiisnion. These bureaus are givl'lIloweI'll
nouncement said. fresh water lUh, the Kis.iimm.eo -- j j1'our eagerly! purchases the stock and '' Sa1e ;
I \ fur beyond! anything ever con- n.lycr package
Other Demand Law Enforcement : bomb at that valuation.
La Belle-ilendry< county will retain Chamber of Commerce has gone on tenipluted by the formers of the con- -

its the first record as endoising a bill prohibiting in County. stitution. They embrace the legislative wit icll contains
position as countyto Similarly, when Hart SchalTner j -i, : proven directions:
send out watermelons, accordingto seining and trapping and shipping of & Marx made a company of their the judicial and the executive Untidy "Fliiyi'r"' hnxe' of 12 ta)>1cUAl
J. R. Thomas of Lelda. The car is fish.! ibis bill, drawn up by local committeemen Tallahassee, April 21. Deputy |I ----j, the name which they had !I II functions uf government and rise bottles uf :21 I unit. IllllIH Unigglal.I

being loaded now. This county has was endorsed with a request :Sheriff Wiggins\ of St. Lucre county | rstahlia'!! I ability and I superior in power to the government .\-llrtn Iii lrn-1,1 nmrk iif !It'u\ir Min'tuMfvllvaeldwitur
sent out the first car of melons from that :Senator Overstreet and was charged, in a heurmi before ;I <::IJND ADVERTISING, oM for itself. radium, er : ::, : : :; of tialti'jrllvaUv; :

Florida for tho Kepiescntative Godwin of Osceolu Governor Martin lute today, with five tinKs us much as the actual -- - --
years We are in rather a bad whenwe
county use every effort to have it having participated in severely beat a'sets. And that name was prob- WilY tJIWUJCII1IWQIQIIIIIII1ICJWClInWGlWCUIIIClmjIUlI.I; ; ( )
I' passed. ing a man of that county, who said ably worth TWENTY times as admit the law has broken down
Pensacola The state legislature
mum ai the assets. and that our courts aro a failure, I II : COFFINS & CASKETS
he afraid that if hill
was name were
will be asked to authorize: the pur- Build In- but we are in worse when the ,
Travel slowly when approachingLee up a name by houesty, I way
used he would be killed should he return I And a Full Line of
chase of fire boat for Pensacola ,
a according Florida, in Madison county, was ielli 'enc?. wine advertising, and people supinely permit Czar-like power -
to the Thu disrobed
to action here of shippingand the county. man you *". % something that fire, to bo handled over to bodies of lnirfaA Smppliet
advice of 1(. L. Eaton who reported -
in the
governor's ollice, displaying --
dock interests. They declare that earth'iuu'iio or tornado connot de- dictators without much
petty even so
that he was stopped and fined
at the time the is with- bruises and abrasions from head to fit re y. AUTOMOBILE: HEAIISE
present port word of objection. Jacksonville
: for as a -
$5 exceeding the town's speed
foot, which he said resulted from the
out ample tire Always hand. The best
protection. service
Journal, on
limit of 12 miles an hour. Mr. Eaton
beating. Pu.it costa this country $300,000- at the lowest prices Special
Madison-The Florida Investment reported to authorities that he was Appearing with him at the hear- OWl u "Mir and scientists wonder attention' to telegraph or

Corporation has purchased C57 acres traveling at the rate of 15 miles an ing were four others who declared how they can save that money. dern.. Keglxtered Embalmer.DeWITi' .

of land a mile and half east of Madi- hour and wall stopped by an officer that conditions with respect to law One way! is to use copper or bras 666

son from the Curry interests and will who informed him that a 12 mile an enforcement in St. Lucie county were instead' iron, for water pipes, :-
hour speed limit enforcedby gutters, etc. I C. JONES
was being
start a development there, it was an- such that an investigation was Imperative U a pnxriiiUon for
You told! l that rust Is caused
nounced. It is probable that a tourist orders from the city council. The governor took the mat- by electrlciij are "generated by water Malaria, Chills. and Fever STARKE. F1.AmmmmmWOItDCUmwwmmrommmmmmmmwc
hotel will be erected. II. II. Oxford is ter under advisement.The .
A be Ililiou FeverIt
Miitmi-Mrs. David Utter, wife ofa and air combining. way may Dengue or
president of the corporation. tilling station operator, held up victim of the beating> said found, to make Iron rust-proof. alll the ...m..

two weeks ugo by a robber who shov- several men came to his home at 10 Meanwhile, wherever air and water

Haines City-Gullege Lumber Company's ed two guns against her body with o'clock several nights ago, called mix, use copper or brass and forget "' .
new saw mill southeast of this him out knocked him down your troubles for a hundred years. F1- '
such force that he left black and blue WIIUAM t317R *
city will begin operations next week blackju.jk placed him in autono-I I /
murk, demonstrated a new way of an Oscar Palnviulst went down with TAFT 1,957
it is announced by It. K. Gullege
bile where three set him and took
identifying suspects ut the polite on the Titnntic. But he came bnrk to
preident. The has
company purchas-I station here when she hit Uavid him 12 miles beyond Vero where he the surface swam for hours In the

ed 21,000 acres of land King! alias Kingsley, a blow that was whipped and left. Both he and Icy waters, and lived until March
total 73; million feet of lum
pected to sent him reeling across the Door in his wife recognized Wiggins as a 23rd, last. !His!! hmlv wa found In

ber. I the police, station. Then, as the police member of the gang, they told the a shallow pond in Connecticut. Ho r li Y
-- I :hind wandered into the pond, and S 1
Lakeland-Jacksonville was selected led King buck to his cell she followedto governor I\

as the next meeting place of then' the jail door and begged: to be left lie declared that he was beaten be- drowned. / /

Associated Florida Dallies in a session alone with nun for a luw minutes so I cause he had signed a petition stat That will 05111'0 solemn mornllz1 -

which went unanimously on ru-1 she could linitth what she had started.L'radeuton1' ing that ho would "believe on oath" I ,. "1' ,..,".... i .." to bo drowned r
stories told by two of thucommunity
cord as favoring censorship of aU' young men you'll ne/0'/ be hanged, avid! \
questionable advertising matter. The B. Watts truck in connection with the versa. ," MIMIC. silt say hwnn us hai.. .
association had in mind "wildcat"real farmer, 52: wall killed near hero by cent capture and slaying of as you like the water will ci-t Taft Praised :

estate promotions. his son, B. S.: Watts, when they scuf- of the notorious Ashley !gang of rob- you." ,

fled for the possession of a gun. According bers.It. The Turlc and millions of i.t'ior, '

Miami Contractors here have received / to the son, they became engaged was alleged by these young men, I Orientals, o...ply religious and superstitious Bankers' Work Q

notice that an increase in the in an argument and his lather said the story told the governor that ..ill|] assure you that lIl"!; ,,J

wugu scale for union carpenters and forcibly ejected the younger man they had paused along the road where day of oft our leath was fixed millions

iron workers! will go into effect June from their automobile. While they the HherilT'u posse had captured the years before you weir
born. God knows exactly when you President \\ IlIIlIm dotard Fafl In his
1. The were lighting outside the car, the outlaws boon after they taken
present scale is a dollar an sun were how. Therefore the
will lie and '
hour for both crafts. The new scale suld,.ho noticed a gun in hit father's: into custody. The bandits, the young hour und manner MUST have been talks to American hankers praised; the 4i"s '

will give the iron workers $1.25 and I hand. When he gripped it, it accident- men claimed, were handcuffed and lived from all eternity, other : <' work they ore doing. j

hour while the carpenters will receive I ally discharged. The younger man lined up along the roadside. A few God could not know. And to di "bt t

$1.121-2 'I jumped into the car and rushed after minutes after the young men had that lie knows all things ahead id Old ) ou ever slop to consider what

u physician, but the father was dead passed alone they heard shots, after impious. this country Mould be without hanks?

Orlando-Four hunderd thousand< when he returned. A coroner's jury which it was reported that the bandits -

ferns have been shipped to every partof returned a verdict of accidental hail attempted to escape and Cold common sense howe-rr. "I''" There never were a:* many bank depositor

the United :States:) and Canada dur- homicide. were shot to death.Information says that Pulmquist would not I..." In the United Slates as tlier are

ing the past eight weeks according to developed at the hearing been drowned, hail he not wanderclinto II

a check-up of the eight ferneries of Tampa-Is it possible to legally was to the effect that after the the pond, and would "have i.ecn t\ If today.
North :Some) of the steal a dog in Florida? This questionwill drowned, when the Titai.Uo: sunk,,
Orange county. : j outlaws were killed that one coroner's had he not been a strong ewlnuner.This Are you a depositor?
ferns, which are of the Boston variety be decided in criminal court here
jury was empanelled but dis- world would, be too dull if
went as far as Edmonton Cal- when the case of Frank E. Cheatham missed on Wednesday, and that another everything were fixed for us In ad If you are not see us today about open iI1 i

gary and Vancouver. 20, comes up for trial, Cheatham is jury was called together on vance. And if, a< the Turk believe $ 1 'Inj an account ? :

charged with the theft of a Collie :Saturday rendered a verdict of justifiable all is settled in advance, ami \
Jacksonville Maj. Charles A. dog, but, according to an opinion of homicide. Allah and Mohammed, between ',j

Browne, of Orlando, and engineer of Circuit Judge Parks here a dog is not None of the men appearing at the them, know everything, each man' i
Orange county who recently rejectedthe legal property under Florida< laws fate and destination after death, .tad/
position of engineer of Duval unless hearing would consent; to the use of must be settled in advance l.i
a property tax has been paid
to succeed Col. C. S. Coe their names, because, they Bald, of that case, why struggle to reach Bradford BankBradford
county, resigned upon it. Whether or not the owner of County
fears of ill treatment when they returned Mohnmmo.d's ParndineT Struggling -
accepted a position as thecounty' the has has
or not paid a property home would, not do any good, if
consulting engineer with tux on the animal will have material you're: sentenced before you're County' Financial Stronghold

Frank M. Edwards, resident engineerand I effect on the case, according to at- IN: THE UOKLIJ) COME born.
T. B. Carrick, resident bridge torneys here.JacksonvilleThe. Established 1889 STARKE. FLA.

engineer. -- .- Anna Carlson figures that "let On motoring tours, throughoutthe
body< of a young some men go to heaven and before United States, peeing America
Palmetto-The total value of the woman found floating in the St. they are there an hour they will be first, and peeing America In the

tomato crop for Manatee County is Johns river, April 2o; was identified I caught sneaking around the corner most comfortable, satisfactory way .

now assured of exceeding two mil- as that of Charlotte MuCollum, 18, looking for a woman." Which leads Americans will spend this year You can saveHundreds
lion dollars. The total shipment from of Boston, Mass. Marks of violence $2, OOOOOOOO.
Lynn C. Doyle to remark: "Perhaps will be divided
this section this week is 347 carloads, were found on the body according to This gigantic sum
I Anna is right But 1 venture the the various communities -
according to figures obtained from Dr. It. among DollarsWe
W. Schanauss, who. performedan roadsof of
guess that if the men do such a thing along the popular motor
railroads. The climatic conditions
autopsy. Dr. Schnuuus stated in they will find a whole flock of women the country. And prosperity
;. have never been known to be as favorable his report that blows apparently inflicted just dying to be discovered."-Tom- will Increase greatly in the wakeof

i as for the present crop. might have been a contributing Tribune.AfterEVerj'Neal. the two and a half billions of believe the new Michelin

cause to the drowning. Blows pa :ash left behind. Cord! will revolutionizcall j
Tallahassee-The Royal I'alm trees
1- were indicated, Dr. :Srhunauss said Twice
motoring a i
of Florida are reported to be suffering the automobile, the men
i by a bruised right temple, a swollen Reopeet big ordinary tires inflated! f
from some disease, the exact nature > that make them, perfect and cheap. ail ,
partly right and
of which i is not known. Some brain eye a Ami if you have no automohllp i.go to less than half the pressure, '
trees have already died, it is said, and l (get one. To be WITHOUT It it cushions cars HO perfectly it

and others may bo killed. The diseaseis Pensacola The Pensacola Naval is extravagance. will save you hunJrcJiof dot'
particularly evident on the Gulf Air Station has forwarded to the lars in upkccpand' depreci
coast, south of Tampa, and may Navy Department in Washington a Daniel Clancy, father or twentyPont car
spread if a remedy is not found. report of the flight of a homing pigeon / and, daughters, drank a little ation. It fill present rims und!
too much in honor of his olde.1ROn'g costs about the same as
which is believed to have
Sebring-Mrs. C. II. Pease, of Au- set a I approaching marriage, an,.
record.< The pigeon was set free at II ordinary tires. you come -
burn, N, Y., who is a regular Winter wan arrested.
visitor in this city died suddenly Lake Okeechobee, one morning, and "ro free," said the Magistrate: in to ace itt? '
reached Penaacola, a distance of 470 is entitledto
father of
after an illness of only a few hours. "thi- twenty
on the afternoon of the next day. Of- 71G I/Ta I ;a little celebration. '
She was packing preparatory to leav- liccrs familiar with the habits of the HEDT Tt nt' judicial wisdom.! You on.PC. Smith's (Garage:
ing for the North with her family ;
homing pigeon, estimated that the RIGHT '' that It Is usually the father )
which consisted of her husband and whopl.hl'1tpq
bird made the flight in twenty hours' I of twenty, not the mother, ttl'AItKE, FLA. J JIi
nine-year-old daughter, Margaret. I In that particular way o
actual II} ing time, us they Uu not fly
Her body was shipped to her homeon Pans It around Anv ohstetridnn will convince Y'''"' Ii
at night and always stop for food after meal real!
the same ticket she had planned to every tnt) the mother of twenty
use. and water. It was stated that the Give the familythe I n-.iifht; celebrate with a good vcn

bird was only 12 months uld and that benefit of Its =A, But the mother of twent

Dralenton-Tho big dredge of the while the navy record is 502 miles for aid to dit;( stlon. or more, or fewer, l Is content I,

Manatee River Dredging Companywas 20 hours, the record of the Pensucola Cleans teeth too. celebrate by thga001< ex

destroyed by fire which broke bird was the nearest approach to Keep It alwaysIn ample.

out while the dredge was at work in former record that has been made. I the house. .a I

the river at Manatee, where it had I,
Costs link-helps finch'WR1GLEYS
Tampa-Charlie Whitt, 21, alleged\ i \
been in use for some time. The loss j
moonshiner, was seriously woundedthis
was tlSJiOO partly covered by insur- ,
i morning and an unidentified man Tampa-Two stories to be added'

No Worm In a Healthy ChildAll slightly wounded in a gun battle between tn Ci'izeni; Dank & Trust Co. at cost '

children troubled with Wormi have an unhealthy Hillsborouzh sheriff's officers oil $1 !;,000. ,
afar which indicate poor bkjod. and aa a and moonshiners three mile. east of
role there U more or lees .",mach dlOtUl'GROVE'S '-_ Whitt ,
Riverview. was brought to the of
Wet Palm Beach-Paris Singer
TASTELESS TONIC glvtn regularly. ----- --
far two or three were will enrich the blind. Improve hospital in Tampa. His partner ,escap : Sew York planning expenditure of Y >rr r r.a. Cord
the dhkstlaasod act u a General Strenilth- I ed. Two 200-gallon capacity copper To Cur a Cold In Ono VaT $''",.,u!', ",OUU for development of beachre arwd an ,wt rh ..rwuh.er.M1mont
..w..Took to the whole .y........ Nature' will then I lake LAXATIVt BROMO QUININC' (TlbbU ttmpetho i .
throw off or dispel' the wom. and IhtCoild will 'be stills, five gallons of com liquor and luutih and Headache mod wmss onth4 I| !+ ; project includes 15,000,000
la perfect health. Pfeaunt to tats silo per bottle. I a complete distilling apparatus was -Id" r w I GROVr >ln..ur.on wh hos. JOn hotel and aerial inlet ferry. t tto.


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business in Jacksonville last week. 1 Tucker, spent Sunday in Lochloosa. I ville was the guest of his uncle, J. J.

Elder W. M. Moody and son, Percy A Talk With a Starke Get Wilkinson and John Wilkinson Brannen, last Sunday.

were attending to business here Sat- I were visitors to Starke Sunduy. I Dennis Brannen who hue been visiting -

1 1a..l urday.Mr.. ManMr. F. D. )Lang and Chas. Georgo made his father J. J. Brannen, and

i ; and Mrs M. F. Wiggins, of I a business trip to Litwtey Monday. :' his grandfather, David Jones, returned -

New River, were guests"" of friends I :Mrs H. C. Wimberly, Misses Beth I to his home at Miami Ins week
tD,10a, r e1y here Sunday.Mr. Dautfhertjr Tells Something. of I and Winifred Wlmberly! and Mil\ P M. Geiger and son, Earl, of

-_ and Mrs. U F. Huzen of Interest to !Starke:! J Folks I Ethel Ricks motored to Hampton I Theressa, were business visitors here

Orange Heights and Mrs. O. G. Stray- Sunday.Mr. I last Monday.

home, of Waldo, spent Sunday herewith There's the statement nothing more of .iome. convincingthan "ne you I and Mrs.\ W. M. Wimberly of Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo hud

1 l'hu.-. 21) mid 1091VMAN'S ) their parents, Mr. and Mr. E. know ar'.1 l have confidence in That's Waldo, spent Tuesday here with his as their guests last Saturday their

M. Un"n.i 'why this talk with Mr. \Ha''irhcrty of parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. II. C. Wimber- sister Mrs. W. p Birt of Alachua
I|i II. P. Gainey motored to Palatka 1 Cherry street, should be mighty help- ly. county

Mitchell, MISH Jeanette Burden of ,, Thursday ful in Starke. -- -
/: : t I LLI1 NEXT Mrs. W. R. Jackson left last Monday
W. E mlnist
Uaugherty, r. Cherry
Tampa. I II Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futcb of Law HAMPTON
WEDNESDAY) : || St., Starke says: "I 1 suffered from for Valdosta Ga., where she will
Miss Mulile. Weller made high and tey, visited Mrs. Fntch'a parents,
terrible backaches. It difficult to
was visit friends and relatives.
i The regular eating of the Woman's I, as n prize was given a card table I{I j Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby here I get around and I couldn't work much Hampton May 8.-The visitors to
Club will lie held next Wed- ewer; G !M. Inman also made high *1 Thursday. I Iin my garden. with the rrible: pains Gainesville this week were Mr. A. A. Milton Black left last Sunday for

nesday lit :8:80:: p. m. All member. and received a deck of cards. Mrs. j jI I Mrs A.o'. Raulerson, of Okeecho- In my back. The kidney secretionsI Durden and daughter, Miss Hilda, I'alatka where he is an employee of

urged to be present as annual election Stump made low and was consoled'''I I bee, is visiting her parents, Mr. and I passed too often. I used O,>an's" Pills !Mrs\ P. B. Hunt, Mrs. L. G. Johns the Paul & Waymer Lumber Co.

of officers will take place. I with a set of talley cards, ; J. M. 'I Mrs H. P. Gainey. I and was cured of the attack. I !Mrs\ O. Haynes, !Mrs.\ Taylor Mrs. J. Miss Myrtle Minton who has been

Hostesses( for the afternoon: Mes- ,I Mitchell also made low and was given'! Among those who had business in I I Starke Mr. Daugherty people who is have only gratefully one of many Johnson, Mrs. A. A. Futch and the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dan

dames W. L. Wall, 11. M. Snyder O. a score pad. j Starke Monday were: L. K. and 11. P. I dorsed Doan's Pills. If your back en- Miss Nataly Marcionney. Johnson returned to her home at

M. SUtrunk. 1-'. 1-'. Stump N. T.Ritch Mrs. Uuasley served a delicious tiuiney G. B. CoUon, II. R. Brown, I acnes-if your kidneys L,) hl'r you, of the Holi ter.I .
l I
Miss Marguerite Shriver and salad course of chicken salad, sandwiches It. P. Lewis und C. N. Shaw. i I don't simply ask for a kidney J. F. Mouser, manager here Dr. W. E. Middlcton, of Starke

Mrs. Register olives, pickles and hot tea, The truck crops of Brooker are ,, -ask distinctly for DOAX'S:\ PILL Southern Express ompany reports -I wa a professional visitor here this
-.-_ the favors being sweet peas. l making good yields this year with the same that Mr. Dniigherty had- that 2,500 crates of beans were
MEETING OFf ---__.___. |beans, cukes, squash and beets moving I the remedy hacked by home testi shipped from here this week. The I week.
THE KVKK-HEAliY; \ CLASS: I.A WhEY daily. The dry weather has re- mony. 60 Bents at all stores. Foster. greatest yield any one day being 700 Mrs. J. F. Johnson, and daughter.
j I tarded the and 1 Mllburn Co. Pr<,ps., Buffalo, N. Y. crates Besides the beans many other Miss Myrrel were shopping in Starke
Mrs. W. J. Epperson's Sunday Luwtey, May 8.-6. W. Roberts production very "When Your Back It Lame-Remember products were shipped.Mrs. Monday
looks as if it would be serious indeed "
the Name.
school class in the Baptist school in. '' visited relatives in Jacksonville I if we do not get some rain soon.L. 1'. L. Bridges and Mrs. Griffin, Among the business visitors to our

called the "Ever-Ueady" class, and Sunday. -- R. Gainey attended to business I riHton, was here Monday visiting her i of Waldo, were business visitors here town this week was Miss Bergis, of

Tuesday afternoon they were enter- I 1 I Mr. Hornbeck, of Keystone in Dukes Monday. sister, Mrs M. F. Wiggins this week.E. Keystone Heights
tained by little Miss June Bullen at heights, was transacting business in :1 J. J. Morgan and family H. P. l Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns are in C. Long contractor for the hard |'; Miss Julia Maxwell, of Jackson-

-a- her home on N. Walnut street. Luwtey Tuesday. i Gainey, J. H. Kelly and Mrs D. W. Jacksonville at the bedside of their surfaced road to run from Lake City :i i I ville, visited her mother Mrs. .1. M.

The following class officers were .- I j I Huzen were among those who attended son, Clarence, who is seriously ill to Palatka, moved his family to the I I j' Maxwell, last Sunday.

elected: M. F. Brown of Tampa visited church at New Hope Sunday. I Miss Alphie Hodges spent Sun- Saxon cottage on Main street this

President, June Dullen. his parents here Saturday. |I Mrs T. P. Ward, spent the weekendin day here with her parents, Mr. and week.
lit vice president, Eunice Brown- Roy It. I). liuvln, of Melrose filled Jacksonville with relatives. Mrs.\ W. M. Hodges. There will be a Mother's Day program I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

Ins:. his regular appointment at the Casey Atkinson, John Shaw and rendered at the Baptist church In Circuit Court, Elxhth Judicial Circuit.
2nd vice president, Ruth Stevens. I tey Baptist church Sunday. Law-I GRAHAM ( Allen Thomas, of Brooker, were visiting l- I here next Sunday. Thin program will I Umilford. Comity, BMW. of Florida. In Chancery -

Serretury: Leila Bee Andrew I friends hero SundR '. be put on by the Baptist church of Bnulforri County Bank a corporation Com-
Treasurer, Lena Belle Shepard. I It I 111'Y.. E. Torodo visited relatives Graham May 8.-The farmers in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas anti Hampton and the Baptist church of I nlulnanl\ .

1 t The children spent a merry afternoon in Jacksonville Saturday. I our uammunnity are rather busy now (I I Waldo combined. The churches will Paul Valfllu and Martha v* Vali-IUi .hla wife.Dtrcndanlii .
for work and beans I Sun-day "*
discussing plans picking and cucumbers. have their dinner together under the
is, served, Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy I I II It appiarlnir" by nffiilaxlt appendedto
The hostess Mr.
Cox of
playing Kumes. I Sampson City was C. oaks in the church
Wiggins and son, Lawrence large spreading the hill Ailed In the oliovc-oUitnl 1
fruit punch and homo-made cake, ' and M. L. Johns were business j iI { yard. A very enjoyable time Is exI -
town business Trlday. I Valotte, hl wife the dervmlanU therein
1 with pink bon-bon fuvors.M I i i Mr. I. L. Ogden and children spent
( visitors to Starke Monday. I pected. mimed are non-reftident* of Bradford
I I I the week-end in Williston. j I County, State of Florida and their rmMenceIH
Mr. Alvin Brnnncn of Jackson1ville Mr. Butler Blanchard and daughter -
visi-ted I Messrs. I unknown, thnt they are each o\<>r the
Lem ago
'fll'1'WTIW\ S CLUB i I Brown Ray Goodge and Misses I\ra, Minnie and Miss Ella, were visitors here last' of twontV'one years; therrforp ordered"
j i I '' nl_ and Ernest McKinney, of Sampson '' Rosa Hodges were visitors to Starke Monday. They! were en route for Pa- tlmt 1 paid nnn-realdcnt::1 defendant: be and:
Mr. and !Mrs. A.: M. Blanchard and City were visit Mrs. R. .1. \Davis wan hostess Tuesday I and Hampton Monday afternoon j i iI I Ii latka where they will visit relativesand complaint, ) ftKd In unM cause. on or before
afternoon to the Young Matrons ('hUllrenIr.! and Mrs E. E. Kurnoy I Mr. and Mrs.' liryden and children ,i Mrs. Frank Andrews and grandson friends. Monday the alb. day of July) A. D IU-C.

L Club, the honur truest of the afternoon 1|(' and children, und Mr. and Mrs. L. II. spent Sunday afternoon at l.u\Hey. ,: Reddish spent, Saturday in Lake But-I IlieI' i Mil Daisy Moore, of Theressa, takt-n otherwhu' at. confveiu'd the allegation by odd of dufendantH.Hiiht b 11 will be

being M1ss Carolyn Frlpp whoIs ,Ilill motoied to Mclrose Sunday af Mr. Cecil llufuse und Mozelle Mc- ,i I spent the week-end with her aunt I It N further ordi-nd. that tills order be
in ternoon. Uruder, of Starke, motored here Sunday : '1 I pulilltfhcd once a week for clKlit conAecutlvuuiikn
home We
for her
soon to leave are glufl to report that Mrs G.I Mrs. LaurOyBelle Weest. In the Hradford County Tiltirraph.iu a
KiBslmmee. i afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Truby W. Andrews I. is able to be out again Mr. and Mrs. McKue, of Waldo, >..*i>ai>fr pubtiHhed, In aid County and Stale.1M .
,' of Mrs. Will Uupree, of Jacksonville, l Dyal and little daughter, Doris>1. and I I : May nth. A. I). res.
occupied visitors here
( Playing bridge port were business last Tues-
i is upending a few days here with her mother G, VV, \I.PERM \N.
Mrs. P. M.
the 1 II
the afternoon, then delicious tuna Uyal spent HIGHLAND day. t Seal| rl.I r, ircint' Court.
mother Mrs. J. W. !
fish salad olives, saltines and. iced tell Byrd. !! week-end at New River with reI aI -I'I Mr. Holland Brannen, of Jackson .1.Solicitor S. CREWS for (omplninimt D...9t-?$
I liomo-irmdu fudge wan I! I lives. Highland May 8.-M.rs. Burton i
were served. Miss. Helen Robinson, who has been ,
f enjoyed throughout the afternoon. I I spending a few weeks with relatives 1 Messrs. Bob Krooker Carrol At- (C'arruthers of West Jacksonville

1 After the refreshments, each one in Daytona joined her father here kinson. J Everett Wasdin Frank Brewer I I spent Sunday here with relatives.

present' l presented a dainty Kin to the lust week and with her father she Is I and Bennie Allen of Wuldo, were Mrs. Ed.. Galloway and children of i iLawtey ; We can charge your
I visitors here Sunday. ': were the guests Sunday of ,
honoree, Mica Fril'p.t located at the Grace M. J E. parsonage. YES
i Quests present were Mesdames I | Mr. und Mrs. Lee Thomas have :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. 8

; Vivian Sunders, C. A. Knight, J. F. 0. F. Young was a business. visitor moved here from St Augustine. We I I Mrs. J. A. Starling\ and Mrs. J. E 1 Storage Battery In I

1 I Kickliter., Jr., W. M. Wainwright, J. '..to: Starke Tuesday. 1 are proud to have them back. Bennett and baby visited relatives at

J K.: Corpening, Ida W. Tatum, 1\111111011'' I Rev. Windham, of Waldo held Lawtey Tuesday. '
i I W. E. Torodo was transacting busl- services at the church E. Carter, Miss Ruby Carter and
Ethel Jrillin, Sara IMulpus and Carolyn j Baptist here
I I '
Fripp. ness in Jacksonville Monday. Sunday afternoon. I Richard Carter were visitors to Law Smith's
I It. j StFTake
t.t Next Tuesday afternoon the club ; E. B. Wells was a business visitor Miss Carrie Lee Green attended toy Monclny. Garage
'I church here Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. R. Boggs' and son,
I': will meet with Mrs. W. M. Wnin- to Starke Thursday Duffy Abernathy I

> f. wright, on N. Walnut street. I __ and Schell Byrd attended tho graduating -,
t ;j I, Miss Blanchard left Monday for exercises In Waldo Friday

;I, ct 1Ltl'1'IS'T ('IRCLE: II''rl\-ii: : : Sanford were she will spend a few night.[ ,

i weeks with her sister Mrs. C. C. Mc.Corick. Messers. Milliard Whaley and B.
: .; Mrs. Ray Newsom and Mrs J. W.Edwards J. McIJae, of Waldo, were visitors '
'.1" were hostesses. Monday atI!I hero\ Friday. evening. I

; tornoon to the circle meeting of the Elder II. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville Mrs V. G. Milliard and children, of

t Baptist mmtiiomiry society the meeting filled his regular appointment Trilby, spent lust week here with her Miss E.
taking place lit1rK.: NewHom' nt the Lawtey Second Advent church parent' Mr. and. Mrs O. W. Dyal. Stone

cozy home" on Cherry street. Thursday! und Friday evenings. Culvin l Davis, of Gainesville, attended -
:. Mrs. J. J. Uullen conducted the do- 1 church
Motional exercises, and continuing her I W. M. Bryan was transacting business Willie Prevail Sunday.
passed through here
talks on great women of the Bible in Jacksonville Saturday.A. .
Sunday en route to Higlj) Springs I
discussed the character of Eunice and
1 I L. Taylor visited relatives inSlllrk. Misses Ruby Dyal Aileen Surrcn- '
Loll the mother and 1 grandmother of
.. and Mr. Abner
Sunday afternoon cy Padgett motored :
Timothy. After a business Resillon'j! to Wuldo
Sunday afternoon The
\ Mrs. G. C. White took charge Mrs. M. K. Morrison, of Maxvillc, B. J. McRae, of Waldo, was a visi ': Well-Known Toilet
program and the readings wero was a guest Sunday at the horn. of tur..heroSunday. i

earning the persecution of the con-I'I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. Sheriff i.ppersun: and Deputy Bais- :
sionaries in foreign land, den of
Starke were here business
on Goods
in I Roumania.p Fred Moore came home from Jacksonville one day last week. Specialist
Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh, who has been I and spent Sunday with her Roy
t the faithful secretary of the society parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore has returned home after I I
I \ u few months stay in Tampa.Rev. .
for many yearn, will soon leave for ;, At the election hold here Tuesday, Crosby will till his regular I I
her home in Lakeland and I
new us a A. II. Hurley, '1'. J. Terry and R. R. firpointnient at the Baptist church
I mark of appreciation the society I
There were elected school trustees, Saturday und Sunday Everybody
sented to !Mrs. Limhnugh a handsoma and 10 nulls tax was voted. is invited to attend. I Will Giv You Free

,, leather pocket book. Mrs. Dora Dyal and children J. B. a Massagein
The hostesses served delicious Commissioner L. II. 11111 met with and
Doris of Tampa Mrs.
frozen fruit" salad, sullint'H and iced I the county board_in Starke Monday. l 11)111 nnd children Vernon and Gerald Wesley) !, I Your Own Home By
tea. of High I tferry
Mild P. L. Dinkins and children, of Springs and Lee Dynl of
i JN: I10.NOU) OF .Tii Mivillv, spent the woek-end Hp..ritIontl"y: evening. at the Appointment
I t'i. 'rillSE1: : lolt ('I.ASSMisses I Jitre with relatives home of Mr. and !Mrs O. W. Dyal. I

I Remember Sunday school every ,
i 1 I Iris Bppvrson and Blanche I,I Enoch Griflls was a visitor to tinnday at 11:30: o'clock. I .
t d f"', Alderman gave a '' Green Cove Springs Tuesday.Mrs. .
j' < .. party Saturday 'I NEW RIVER:\ Careful attention to your skin will insure the attractiveness and
} ( the graduating churmlngWOOd"I' K. L. Hannan of Jacksonville per-

j 1,;, I The guests met and IlrH.o'. 11. Simmons of Tampa, r New River, May 8.-Mr. Alvin sonal charm that every woman craves.
I runner, of Jacksonville and Misses
:\ home and were directed to follow the are spending a few days at one of
I Inez and Thelma Drannen of Lake
it Mrs. Hannun's houses ,
in Lawtey.
blue and gold arrows, which pointed I
Butler the
were guests the MIST
.r t the to a hostesses lovely spot awaited in the woods them. when Crepe Miss Florie Terry and her grandmother Hodges Sunday. To Neglect Your Skin Is To

Mrs. Braddock, of Lake Miss Krnm .Andrews of St. Au/u./ -
in blue and the class
paper City were guests the Ant of the tine, is here visiting her parents Mr. I
I colors, was used' to decorate the week of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. and Mr. G. W. Andrew., Forfeit Its BeautyWe .

,I woodland reception room. !Miss I.eliamfte Andrews, of :Mor- I
The guests were entertained with W. E. Torode met with bond true-

I amusing' games and contests' one of tees ut their regular meeting in .t+t. .'.t. ; .i. .'. +J..1 '
I them being "mvaiuring smiles." SturktTuesday.. have engaged Miss Stone the well-known Toilet Goods

Candy was, and ierved later throughout refreshments the afternoon uf I J. T. Reddish was a visitor to Beware) of Alcohol | Specialist (for the week of May I"th I to call on a number of
lemonade, sandwiches und wafers. Green ( ',Wl' Springs Tuesday. HOBO ladies in Starke each: day to give free massage and individual help
r- The guests were the senior class of and advice the of
the skin.
I T. I.. Wainwright was tramuiitimrbuHinex.s REMEDY on cafe
r" 1021:! I, munch ;: Isabel Fernandez, in Starke Monday. .
Blanche Alderman, Iris' Epperson: manor ,
Any who
woman suffers
1 ; : Eunice Perkins Laura Wynn, Mary Mrs. H. V, Skipper, of Jacksonville This
Buyer Claudia Terry, Hugh Brown- is spending a few days here with kidney trouble should not take' an exceptional opportunity for one week only

i, lee, Jr., Comer Lung, Hamilton Ritch; with her daughter, Mrs E. E. Bumey.Osbourne medicine that contains alcohol. There'I'
I, the class of I9J5! :! namely: Fannie is an herb balm called Hobo Kidney &

a'", J i Darby Mildred Gill, Rosa Lcviton. -Contract to be awarded Bladder Remedy famous throughout Step into the store write or phone us. We'll do the rest. Under-
Genevieve RIMTS \"rtVynn., Frank for construction of junior high school
the South for its stand Miss Stone's and advice
healing free.MITCHELL'S
Carpenter ierald MidJleton, One building.v properties.I. massage are .
i I s Wiggins, Joe Sistrunk, Charles Riv- i It i is made from an herb; it contains
Tarpon Springs-Eight homes
: new
t ors, Mozelle : Charles no alcohol habit
McOriider. Dart or forming drugs but
to be erected this In Inntu
t by and, -Russell Scott.
Park. carry a powerful purifying property

j 201 Ill "CENI: ;: i mrnMuTcLun, : : !: that has been used for years in
CJ.'arwate1'-Ptans in progress for the treatment of serious organic ail
i Mr. and !Mr.O.: L.I Beuslvy delightfully construction of large! ice manufacturing ments. It has. given relief where. DRUGSTORE ..

I I.. entertained the 20th Century plant. other remedies fail. In your own onc

l ,: Bridge. Club Thursday evening at imoOKEIt you are to be the sole judge us to the

:: ':i' their home on X Walnut street. merit of this money-back guaranteed

1 I The !guests included Mr. and Mrs. Breaker, May 8.-Lewis Clemens, treatment and write for free story of
O. M. Inman .Mr. and 1 1Irs.: N. Sternlerir of Miami, was the guest of Mr. and discovery of this wonderful' remedy. The Xa &on ,

4 t. I t Mr. and Mir .F Stump Mr.' Mm. J. J. Moran Sunday HOBO
} Mrs. E. L. 1 lii:, l
and -. Miss MsMeWelter. R. A, W U< wits attending to i

J. J. Tri I Mr,, and l Mr". ,1.VV. In---; vi irk M,,"
' Andrews Jr., M i :Mr. I :M I Ii I: M 1. !ll.iiiM/ .1. attending tory i
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PREVENTION !I \\KAJM.\K1T\ I I[(jiiincy. R'\crc. Miss Olive Ray, teacher. t

better Ihmi cnnTutt' for but>"on Inume.aiomicuulyainmojy RIIl'latNi l COHSETS Tenth grade: Gussie Mao Bennett, Third grade! : Martha Brownie.Miss : .
p.vODt, i I (ll'VY Norman, Sumniy Sternberg. Alice Tharin. teacher.F'tftlt .
'' of LocalIIliorIualioH {;g SICK HEADACHE FOR I IK AI.:TilIn Eleventh grade: Albert Micelle.
grade: Beverly Cady, Wilbur\
Km' H.I""II 1.,1. III clt.irm' I Twelfth grade: Joe Sistrunk Chas. Griflls. Miss Isabel Sullen, teacher. "
I ii tt.adpiifsU. ,mill II.I out[ i? the|. :iui-, ( i uli,! and Kivers. 4 Sixth grade: James Richard Winn- r

I I..,.,. i....., > i. .IB d.'e... :',.',h. : High school teachers'. : Mrs Jay wrlght, Merrill Flitch Alice Fernandez -
H C -' 'juu'm.. t I.uarn; "rc.d. (.01.1., I I Aldl'rmonIi.s: Florence Matthews, Delia
Williamson. Mrs.
Concerning Our People Business and f"-; (mm c'tsp| I led color. Mis Carolyn Fripp und S. S. ttowl- i
Smith, motored I to Jacksonville Hi MiuiK I oil h\ |iiv! "!riun.. Retail ing. Riti-h, teacher.Tenth 1
Progres of the County and Town. Wednesday.Mrs. price $" /0... ..taentr'.pec.al, price Annual! Honor hull trade: Gussie Mae Bennett
Sr..50 cudi. Uuunlir; limned. Order I I Miss Florence Matthews, teacher. '.
tottnv. Special uncnrneleil ,mist; and The following pupils,' hll'o1"1'\ on
To these ten students who have
II. O. Brown and children are hip measurements the honor roll every month during
-- .in I! Lake Butler visiting !Mrs. Browne 'Ph.I I !louscliolJ j the school term of eight months: been such diligent pupils! as to have j
WEATHER REr0RTWeather | Mrs. 11. I.. Brownlee and daughter, Specialties! Co. First grade:11mn: Thornton Dill their names on the annual honor roll,
I Mary, are in DeLand visiting Mrs. father, M. M. Hale. 52 \\ e Mr. 1. C. Robinson, manager of the

Report for week ending Brownlee's sister Mrs. J. E. t'utch.i Gaiety Theatre, will give a season
:May 6, 1925, Starke Florida Praying of all kinds-I .have day with her daughter Mrs. n, S. t I" hot to the moving pictures, which .
Data Maximum Minimum I the business and \ I i" rood for the four
i Mrs Robert Trask, of Terre Cela, bought city dray Miller. | months of vacation t
Degrees Degrees I I is the guest of her parents Mr. and again solicit the patronage of Starke Mr.' and Mrs. T. H. Waters malea rENT-A-\VORD 1 '
April 30 72 57
MrsV.. H. Perkins. people. See M. Thomas at Klckliter's business trip to Lake Butler Satur-i Jo".r. Mr. Robinson's generous in-

May May 2 1 75 74 60 43 Store or Call 21 or 37-W 5-8-2t. tloy. i I ti r- 'in, the school in giving monthly

May 3 79 45 R. B. Witkovski of Jacksonville, N. 11. Stokes was a business visitorto 'honor. roll. t tii-ki-ts during the past
May 4 85 43 was a week-end guest of his sister, Monday.Mr. term, and fur the additional, tickets
Mrs. E. S. Matthews GIVEN IN BILL and Mrs. M. C. Dukes were FOR SALE -Bonn
May 6 83 53 I hampers.I J. I. lo. annual h..n.'I' toll pupils, the schooldesiiis ,
May 6 81 60 shopping in Worthington Saturday. I Ian-ell, Lawtey, Flu. re-1-It r
Failure to Pay Tax on Such Would Mrs. J. I.. Brown and t In "-\p1-a" I their sincere y
Rainfall for week 0.00 inches. Mina Thelma Brinson, of Fiftone daughter,
Bo ('on..ldt'redIIHdem.anor.! Fnyree, and Mrs. H. C. Pceplcj were WANTED-Tenn. Flat D"lIns-:12 I
was a recent guest of her sister Mrs.
Dr. J. J. Bullen spent Monday in J. E. Corpenlng. visitors to Lake Butler Saturday af- quart' Hampers. Any amount J. L.

Jacksonville. I I Tallahassee, April 23.-Definition ternoon. Harrell Lawtey, Fla. /Ii-l-U hunkWANTED

I of intangible" property is given; in the I Sirs Walter Crooks mnild n bustnoss -

Dr. W. E. Middleton spent; Monday I Harold Wall, of Jacksonville, spent I I House bill introduced by Representative : trip to Worthington Saturday. FOR SALE-Red Duroc pig, 8 weeks H

in Jacksonville. Sunday with his parents Mr. and Branch of Liberty County, proposing I Messrs. J. E. Donald and U. A. EP- old; fresh dairy mulch cow. C.

I Mrs. W. L. Wall. I I a tax on such property in accordance I person were visitors here one day Letsch, between Hcilbronn Springs

Mrs Jennie Spray is in Jackson- with thu constitutional last \\eck. road and highway, Starke. 1t*
ville visiting friends. I I Dr. Chace, of Jacksonville is the amendment: adopted at the general 15 wood and tie Choppers. \

guest of his daughter Mrs. J. C. election last November. LakelandJacksonville was selected FOUND-One black! cow, twelve or Call nt fBENNETT'S

Mian Alice Tharin returned to her I Hoover. The bill defines intangible as "all as the next meeting place of the fourteen years old, swiillowfork i in

home in Madison last Friday. things which are the subjects of prop Associated Florida Dallies in a session left ear. Been here four months. \\'. STOREFor
Don't forget to remember "Mother"on erty, which are inheritance whether which went unanimously on record E. Edmomlson, Staike, Flu It*

Mrs J. \V. Andrews, Jr., spent Mother's Day with a Card fromMarguerite'll real or personal and which are not I as favoring censorship of all LUl\lUfoU-Sel'; J.8. Austin ;)rbulJ.llnil Information
Shoppe. tangible or visible but shall not be j ,
Tuesday in Jacksonville. questionable advertising matter. Thoassoution ,
{ material at Kingstey Luke. ,
f deemed to include accounts bank, I
tI in ( had in mind "wildcat"real You better for
I can get material
Supt. C. S. Cannon of the S. A. L. money borrowed or lent or the evidence -j I I estate promotions.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman have re- loss money than the market price,
thereof where the j
security consists
: railway Tampa business visitor ------------ -
turned from a trip to Valdosta, Ga. to Starke, Tuesday.was a of personal or real! property H. II. S. 1IONOK; KOLL J. S. Austin.! Starke, Fla.. R-8-lt* Standard Handbook On

'-- taxable in this state as such, labor,
J. W. Morgan has returned from a i book Eighth Month FOUND 11125 1!> automobile license FLORIDA
accounts, privileges to do busi-
trip to Tampa and St. Petersburg. I I I I other 15 pounds sugar for a dollar with ness where a I license tux for doing First grade: C class-Agnus Johns, I tag, Florida, between Starke and A bunk' is being, compiled under
groceries, Saturday May 9, at Lake Butler.
the business. is assessable or collected Doris Silcox, B. M. Johns, Resale may securesame tho supervision of our organization
Bob Harknoss J. C. Manning's Cheap Cash Store. It Thomas. by identifying paying for winch will detail information
of Lake City was j any right issuing out of or annexedto give
a week-end guest of Hllliard 1\lalpas.1'j any real or I personal propertyis Heeoml; !gruilc: U' dll..sUnrothy"hil. I Ii this adv. W. J. Epperson: Starko. on nil Florida, county by

I W. J. Epperson, Jr., and Jack i taxed and the tux thereon paid, i! .-, Alma Thornton, Cecil Thomas, jI j It.OLD. eu uty.

Hilllard Malpas spent Sunday In'I but shall be held to include and l um-I Leslie UIKKS, Billy Rivers, Louise COLONY LIFE INSUItAN'ECOMPANY : The: hook, n handsome octavo of

Madison with friends. j motor I I bracethe martetable value of all state Brown. Miss Oli\e Kay It'ul'her. I I : of upward of four hundred pages! ,
Chicago Illinois offers
the marketablevalue of all state, First grade: A class-.Frances will contain up-to-date maps of
N. Sternberg and family spent'< I' Sewing of all kinds. Mrs. D. L. county und municipal bonds as to I Ward, Curtis. Newman, Dude Johnson I agents a wider field and, Increased each county, illustrations and

Sunday in Gainesville relatives cox near Mr. Rhoden's filling Sil-I which no income or direct tax is Charles Strall Starke. sessed or collected." as'1 Perkins, teacher. man, womnn and child from ilittn fact, afford n rcndy reference
of birth to (60 the annual
ago on ,
'I Third grade: B class Martha guide to anyone seeking authentic,
Mrs. E. L. Rlggs is spending several On such property the bill prov semi-nnnual or quarterly premium
Starke Growers Association will Powell, Mildred Hundley, Cleorgiii unbiased information\ !about the
weeks in Jacksonville. for the levying of a state tax of one- '\ for
I meet at the court house, Saturday Haynes, Louise Snyder, Mane Underhill amounts going up to State of Florida. The first. edition;
half of one mill! the dollar of I
upon $:;,0011 as regards children, unitefor I .
May Vth, at 3 p. m. i Elizabeth HollingBWorth, Evunell will hu issued in September, ]I 02.):!;,
Mother's Card assessed valuation, the "said tax to adults the limit .
Day at Marguerite's is $:0,000. As
Strickland ,
Joe r Edwards Jr., Merrill and there will b. revised( Issues in
be based
upon assessments made by the
Shoppe. Company writes also substandard
Mrs. S. C. Cornell who spent the tax assessors of the several! countiesof I( Edwards. Miss Ethel Griffin teacher. risks September of each year. It will
first of the week with her parents. the state as other assessments. of Third grade: A classLois Adkins, our agents hnvevery' be sold for $LOO n copy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Parker Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, returned I Lois. Long. few rejections. The Company Requests! are coining in from
tangible made.
property are will .
give liberal
Tuesday a son. Wednesday to her home in Ormond. All collected Fourth grade: B class Martha n very commission every state in the Union for copiesof
under the act
moneys contract (direct with Home OHlco)
Brownlee, :Marguerite Prevutt, S. R. the first edition which will be
would be forwarded to the State
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Thursdayin Mr. and Mrs. James Biglow, of Treasury as other state taxes are re- i' Johns, Jr., Sinclair Peek, Jr. Miss to n good personal ,producer.' It* limited to :120,1100.! Send) In your

Jacksonville.Mrs. ,I Jacksonville were guests Sunday at mitted and on the first of July of I Alice Tharin teacher. SEED) PEANUTSN. dollar now if you want to own hl
the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. each year be apportioned to the common I! Fourth grade: A class !Mary what is suit" to become the standard -

Angle Sternberg, of Jacksonville i Hull. school fund of the several I coun- Brownlee, Lucile Kdwards: Margaret C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts handbook of Florida.

is the guest of Mrs. T. P. Wall. ties in equal amounts without regard J Brown, Sunshine Hundley, Jeanctto I I $1.00 per bushel ( Four cents [r. K-lt. "

Mrs. L. A. 'Divis, Sr., of Fernan- to school attendance or population or 1 i Underhill, Mildred Morgan, Frank per I pound) f. 0, b. Lowell, }'Ia. Florida Real relate Bureau .1

Mr. Yost, of Jacksonville, has been II I dina. Is expected to come today to the source of collection of such taxes. 'I Inman, Eugene: Prossor, Julian Peek, II. T. HALL COMPANY. 917 Tribun. RhI'., T.mp.. Florid. /tfr
here this week tuning pianos. visit her son and daughter-in-law Failure to make returns on intangibles j, ,II'. Miss Nellie Stearns, teacher. 1 I-D-tf. Lowell, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Jr. would be punished on charges of Fifth grade: (loverly fmly, LouixoKdwurdx. J
Mr. and Sirs N. Sternberg motored I misdemeanor. :, Eloise Ut! <'h. Evelyn Stump.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I Merrill Williams, Louiic Marshburn; f
to Jacksonville Tuesday evening. C. Stith of Jacksonville -- --- I
r were week-end guests of her I .'I.cm O"ll':\ lUEI Wilbur Griflls, Lester Price Kolmi- I'

Frank Pomeroy, of the U. of F., parents Mr. and Mrs II. L. Brown- OUTLOOK HlI ICHl l' son Ben Sternberg, It. I L. Thomas J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
was here visiting friends Friday and I'lee. I Gray Ovorstreet.. Miss\ Isnhell Sullen,
Opportunities Unlimited, But Needs teacher.
Saturday. II I I
T. T. Long, of Cocoa, and sister l.eKI"II1t1va Prelection. | Sixth i grade: Hazel Ailkins, Milton
Margaret Long, of Titusville Brownlee Jr., Henry Silcox, Alice I
Bryant Hodges, of Jacksonville, spent Tampa, May Opportunities in
spent the week-end as a visitor at the II Sunday with their mother, Mrs. F. II. timber lands of Florida are almost Fernandez Merrill .Futch Hilly Graham I

home of Mr.' and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. ,I ICol.J. long.. unlimited if the proper ,precautions ,Richard James W'hardVltinwrilfht Long, Thomas Williams ESTABLISHED 1886

i are taken immediately by the legislature -
Mrs E. M. Johns GlynnS'ood, Delia Williamson., Mrs.Herbert '' .
C. Adkinn, of Gainesville and little daughter to prevent their ruthless le- '
was here the first of the week attending Gloria, returned Monday from struction and to regulate their cutting teacher.i STARKE FLA.
i Seventh grade: Ceftio Johnson, IrisBrown ,
circuit court. Tallahassee, where they spent the past and re-forestatlon according to ,
of Starke Bessie: Colson,
several weeks.
W. Ten
Rick forestry engineer of
Evelyn Strickland Iris
Brown, of
Judge! A. V. Long of Palatka, was his city who is one of the leading 'Urooker hubs. : '.
IIIIY(" W. J. Johnson
here the first of the week presiding ) David Silcox and family have mov- i members. of the Florida Forestry teacher. -

lover circuit court proceedings.Mrs. ed back to Starke from Lake Butler, !, Congress which is fostering a bill Eighth. ,

I and art living at the corner of Temple ,j Ifor the protection of woods before I Ruth Sternberg grade,: JmncttiBrown Toliedii fiainey,, ,.

W. L. Wall and A. E. Wall, avenue and Eleventh street. the present session of the legislature. Willie'. Mac Hinson Merrill Struth, I

Jr., went to Palatka Tuesday to visit Originally four-fifths of the stato Ruby Presintt, Fa\rr-r linmn, Edna
Mrs. A. V. Long. Mrs. Carrie Mills, who has been of Florida was in virgin timber, Mr.' St 11.ie..lund.I'rt.. : .." <'Iurk.luniorSlac-
wintering at San Mateo, is spendingthis Eick stated, making about 23,800,001)
Ka.Miiond' Brown !Mrs.Hi .
week with her sister, Mrs. E. D. acres in woods. Of this wooded III/{ -
Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa was a acreage IP :Mi'Grmler, learner.
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs' E. S.Matthew. Card. he pointed out, only 16,000,000 ;Ninth'Iiii.'. Ji-ssie VVilliniin, Lois
remain, almost hiilf x., ,
.". j the entire area r y L(
Senator I>. E. Knight and Representative of the state.Entirely I .
E. M. Johns here the ton little ({ I
I were attention is being --
DeWitt C. Jones and daughter,
first of the week attending. circuit given Florida '
!Mih! Elise, were visitors to Tallahassee by to one of its
I court. greatest assets, the engineer declard |
this week. \
this asset being it- forests. The Almost As Easy Riding jAVE

L. II Partridge motored to Lake bill now before the legislature that i i.
Mrs. S. Gillispie and children, of As Balloons
City Sunday and was accompanied being urged by the forestry congress, I i
Fort Meade, are visiting her mother,
home by his daughter Mrs. II. E. it was pointed out, provides for the'I "
Mrs. W. A.
Colley. Ray, and little daughter Beth. I ratnbliflhnynt of n forestry board for IEI.I.sl'mwnlJ.u's: ; :
the .state find would require that cut exclusive 1 new method i l of I

Mottoes for Mother's Day at Marguerite's Miss Thelma Stewart, of Baldwin, 'I over timber lands. that were unsuited construction/ |1'"Ip'' >I I the head (

Shoppe. Ras and Aubrey Brinson, of Fiftone, I for other agricultural purposes. be | right into the cords of the f fIt's

were guests this week at the home ofMr. reforested. I fire fabric H.>ol'lf. This:
Mrs. G. M. Inman and Miss Flor- According to Mr. Eick: I makes t the :
and Mrs. J. E. Corpening.Mr. the timber new Kelly MOllexible Fine Habitand
ence Andrews motored to Lake Butler I'
yield of the forest lands of Florida that > our car can I a

:Monday. and Mrs. George B. Flynn total IOO,000 feet and there are at now ride upon the air in

who have been guests of' Mr. and present l5.10OtKjO: acres of cut-over the tire rather t than upon I
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder have ;i! Mrs. Paul E. Cannva, returned Sun- i'II timber land, available fur reforesta- the humps in the road. I Ii I I'

been visitors to Jacksonville this day to their home at Oak Hill. I tion. To prntcrt all this, he said, thnrv the i
\\'e'H heard tire -- habit of laving leads to mfort
week. i i I should be rigid fire laws, special i users' way J
I Mrs Arthur Murrhee, ; and littledaughter !I,I taxes and tate nurseries for fares.purpones. that these 1,11.niblc. I I and independence. If you [are naturally .,

Mrs. Ida W. Tatum, of Jacksonville, of Charleston, S. C., are I I try Cords /Irellnw..t. as easy- i .
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. visiting her father, Jesse Thomas, her I' "The Florida State Forestry Con- riding as balloons.And a "free {spender" try] the bank-account .1

J. Darts |I I brother A. J. Thomas and also !Mri.j\ ;'grpss is. urging these laws, because I that isn't the only desirable I cure. it isfaslonUhing how the mere opening -

I Anna Murrhee. 1 I they mean much to a phase of the feature about them. i of 1 e
Born to Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ; state's wealth that Is being m-glcc-t- Like all l\ell'I.. they Kite a savings-bank account [seems to

Cherry street Wednesday, a i Mr. and Mrs. George !Marks, of De- I: ed," Mr. Sick said "and we will ron. I I the long, dependable mileage make saving money both possible and I r.

daughter.Mrs. I Land spent Sunday with her parents tinue to work until its passage." I I every car-owner wants.

__ I| Mr.' and Mrs. A. M. Darby. I pleasant. I ,

Vivian Sanders' and children \* They were accompanied home by Miss STILLER I, II
are spending' the month of May at Fannie Darby. r -- II I
Miller May 8.-B. E. Brown mari| -
Keystone Heights. a business. trip to Lake Butler Mon I !J JiI
J.I Miss Fannie Crawford and little I A Dollar Will Open An Account Here

:Mrs J. R. Hardee and' Mrs. C. niece, Sara Crawford of Jacksonville, day.Miss Alma Douglass, of Jacknoi, .mod

Davis, of Fernandia were guests. ', returned home Sunday afternoon after I yule is spending a few days. with hi-r

Friday of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. 1: a visit with her aunt, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs W. L. Doug i,

and Mm.! Charlie J. Powell. crOlbY'1 lass. i f.
The U. D. C. will meet next Friday -- Misses Jeanette and Fayree Brown BANK OF STARKE
afternoon :May 15th. at four o'clock,
Mrs. John Croft returned to her ;| who have been attending school at
at the home of Mrs O. L. Hayncs. home in Lake Butler last week aftera I Starke returned to their homes here

visit with her niece Mrs. W. J. Ep- ]| last week. I The Bank Helpful ServiceWE

person. Mrs. Mary Hall of Lake Butler i| Mr. and Mrs. Julius Parrish and
ITCH KILLEDin was also a visitor at Mrs. Cpper- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish of I I PAY 4 PER CENTON SAVINGS
30 minutes with sun' home. Dukes, visited Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. I Fireproof Garage !

Par-a-sit-i-cide for 50 cents -- Waters Sunday. I

Sold by Mitchell's Drug I .

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:. Florida recommended especially ;production >>f 12,1"1: !'," ,:, dozen eggs

ARMING $10,500,000 SUM ASKED I suitable to poultry industry; yearly \alod at $4,37,7.: t r por'ed.

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for the .screened door to be opi'.ied: so Consideration: Appropriations to :
I{ they can enter.A i Run State to be Taken up by I : s.
h j, ARTICLES: (IF FARM: EXr ERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND: good poison can be made of U ,

I' ,' 10 I1E BEST SU11EL TO OI.U: COUNTY'JOMAIOKS : : tablespoonfuls of commercal Senate Thursday. No Levy I ; :
Raise Required! Jlo'evu. _
; ; ,. in in a pint of milk and formal-I'
water. This i ilt a mild poison I

-1 IIKIM.. IN:'\ :MOST: I less. To prevent| this rut, it is neivnury i fective against the Hies. Put it in ( Tallahassee, April 2'J.: Consideration / ,

MONEY AMO.V.:' 'IIILCK: l'1UJ1'1'I' I prevent\ the fungus from i. saucers or other! shallow dishes and I| of the appropriations to. be i :
1< t toying the tem. un-I I I keep it where the Ilics can get to it mode by the legislature for 192d:.! .-l027: < L 'I

f Tho winter tomato crop of l-'Iurida\\| When the melons are picked for :'\: und the children can't. ,' biennial<< expenses of conducting till! w +

r annual income > shipment, the stems should be left In lighting flies, us. in other kinds state's business will be taken up l L>> _
has brought an uvcrugu
of about 10UUUUh( to the I long. Just before the melons are i of war, eternal! vigilance is the price thu senate on Thursday of next week, I

f. Mousured by this standard 'I loaded, the atoms should be rccut anda {, of success. Keep everlastingly at it. i it was decided today after thu joint ems"l I
growers. I
: had submitted
committee -
< appropriations
bluestone the
it is about 92OUO,000 more valuablu paste applied over j
s\ in truck freshly. cut surface. cutting the wt'rERMELUN CROI' its. report to both houses.. The
fur'i ," than lU nearest competitor :, steins gets rid of any fungi which 1 /SHOUT_ IN 4 STATUS1I : measure was fixed by the senate, .b I \r Ay !
crops celery. I I I
order for \ 7.
.e Investigations by M. H. \Ensign!: may have already entered.To I Florida, ieorgla, Alabama and u special May inl,,,, v '
I I't All.huugh'itm" in the bill us -
"I. i entumuluUl| and plant pathologist make the blueatone paste, put I all Hit-lictter! Prices Are Tea-I, .
3 1-2 of water enamel duced in the senate by W. C. H..d' ; <" ,
quarts in an
rloridu miK'u.iuial exten- I Predicted.Florida's .
for the
1" ,
I Ii I
then'I 1 kettle add 1-2 of bluestonu chairman of the joint appropriation
dincU ed l that pound .
i anon service, husu I .. '"
:'Q committee and in the house by A. U. ?,'' ;
't tomato has iiu.ruasvd from and bring to a boil. Dissolve 1-1 i watermelon crop this year 0; -_ ,. :, ,\
!, acreage I Williams chairman of the house L"I 11I'I ,I' ..
I of starch of cold ,
pound in u pint be- ,.
18,040 in 1SWU: to .MI.M7U last year.Thia j shows a shortage of 8,000 acres '" .
", '., ,I. 1 III an increase of ,>\U per cent. water .it lid siuwly, add this starch so. i low that of last year, according to intormution miltee had not been totalled benutor t 'r.: ," ..; .,.. ........ ,
for bienmun
would call
'' lodges said it : ;
The average/: acreage for the four j lutiun tu the boiling bluestone solu- made public by the Florida : -r :; ,.',,,;,C:
I tiun. Stir -luuly and continue the appropriations of approximate "
If" jP
74 that of celery, although State Marketing Bureau. There are ,
I years is 10 times -: : .
I ten und half millions of dollars', <
a .l
boiling fur two three minutes un- :;
", e the return per acre for the or liO.yiiO: acres this year as against/ ........
4 .. .
I than .. a Y.
latter is $1,877.80 compared with til the mixture thickens into a thin 2HH'Ju: in 1U21. Some counties show | or nearly half u million more AtM re.. 01. busy day is rocwrs .I1..au.
'r 1" about the of recommended by the state budget
: $2i 7.uO for tomatoes { paste, consistency paint. us much as GO( per cent decrease. An
;' An tomatoes bring the greatest economic Don't let it become too thick. It unusualy early crop and a short crop committee Conditioning the Farm HorseThousands
should lie applied. with a small, .stilf- One item alone in the committee'sreport
I' return of any truck crup in are looked for.
Florida it m also true that not only I bristle brush. I Georgia, the heaviest of the water was boosted more than a mil- (' of farm horses have heavy work or to the fact that the
I' Dr. Burger warns especially lion dollars over the budget;: com mis- been Idle or roughing it during harness is not properly adjusted.
do disease take a heavier groan toll, I I' melon growing states, shows a de- sion's report-that for the Florida the winter months and are not It Is especially. Important that the
t but the percentage of loss la extremely against the use of inferior pastes, i I crease in acreage also. The crop thisI ready tor hard, steady work. It horse collar be of the right kind,
heavy. I .shoe ,polish, etc., for thin stem treat- I year is of 3:>,U60 acres as against Stale College for Women. The figures Is now the season when the program shape and size. A well-fitted col-
for that institution were raised from of farm horse III Itr 1 does not choke and distributes
ment. Such treatments fool inspectors many a.
rut IB responsible for may i <11'JGO acres last. Alabama and
I Nailhead will I year. the $1)40.155 recommended by the suddenly changed without thopreparation the draft over tho entire shoulder
.I the greatest loss not ulone from the but not preserve the Texas also show decreases in acre- that la. nocassary for During the winter month. most
budget commission to $2,0i4,000( ,
.. effects of itself while the tomato III'I !I melons. I are. The decrease in acreage Is expected -:I which thousand dollars I clllclent service. farm horse are groomed very llt-
: in the field, but also because its I to result in a better price for was just ten On many farms the horses tie and the long hair' of the wln-
LET'S REALLY "SWAT TilE FLY" leas than the appropriations recommended have obtained their winter feel ter' coats Is a handicap when
for the melons this
I damage serves as a gateway year. I for the University of Florida. from stalk Heidi and the straw spring comes. It Is best. to remove -
i.:1' other decay-producing organisms that I Two carloads of watermelons the the old hair at by
William D. Shepherd of Chicago ia While funds for the woman's col- stack. They come through in a once
'I j! cause uevcru losses till the way from ,, first to be shipped from Florida this thin condition nod 1 need to be put flipping. This Is Important as It
accused of injecting typhoid germs will in ten days from lege would be greatly increased, the In better flesh before ready for Increases the ofllctency of the
the season move
the Held, to conMumer. ,
i : I into the body of his foster son to committee cut a big slice otf the fig- hard work This Is. best done by horso. It prevents tho extremo
With several other diseases. debring and Lake Stearns. By May '
producing cause his deuth. The act is considered ures suggested by the commission for gradually I''h'Inltho': homes, in sweating and lathering that would
i leaf spots or fruit rots or both, 10 carloads from as fur north as Lake advance a portion of the sumo 1'0otherwise take place ua the heavy
I a moat horrible crime.It the Live Stock Sanitary Board sav- work and the weather
loan ia will be shipped. tlon that U to be tail during the goes on
the quite staggering county
", ri I aggregate/: often happens that we through ing approximately $200,000 in that work season. becomes warm.
In fact eminent authority on -
r truck diseases. an in tho Bureau of Plant negligence are guilty of allowing typhoid e e :. e e e e e e department. A reduction in the salaryof Whether the horse has been Due to the fact that the direct
germs to be spread to membersof liXTHACTS FKOM: COUNTYAGENTS' the state veterinarian was included out in the open or standing Idly farm Income li mainly from cattle
Industry of the United States Department our families by the housefly. Of In the cut. In the barn, a moderate amount hogs, or snoop, the care of the
'I of Agriculture believes that \ IfEi'ORl'SWukullalluve of light work preceding the rush farm horso std mule Is generally -
course we don't purposely do it, and New buildings and additions to season Is advisable Tho hardening neglected. It should bo remembered -
75 per cent of the crop la lost so it Is not criminal, but when we fail . others at the woman's college that process may ho accomplished- that the income fromby
I through discuss, und that not more been busy this changing/ horses. each half day the other classes. of live stock de-
I' to take every possible step to get would cost approximately $400,000 are
:225 per cent Is consumed. week treating hogs. In doing the necessary. haullnv pendeupoathecropsthatthefarmabout
I\\, However according to Mr. rid of these filthy, disease-carrying taken care of by the committee's figures tho form preparatory to produces: and the horse furnishes:
Enlllgn'l I pests, it stems to me that we are almost Osceola-Grove and crop conditions including a dormitory to cost working In tho n.'I there is a silver lining to I guilty of criminal negligence. exercise and strengthen the raua- ations possible.. More rare for the
g $115,000.
l cloud. Enough work has already in the county are good. The cit lies without tiring them. work horse will In the und effect a
been done to indicate that varieties ,I Which is better, to spend a few rus aphis is decreasing rapidly. Truck Several new buildings also are pro- saving and Increase the eluclency
dollars and some time in keeping are moving to market in large vided for at the university, The horse will not perform emon many f.irniH. Ua fair to therlently
resistant to nuilhciK] rust may be de- crops in an Ill-fitting harness. .
: down these / borne, by doLitf the things that
nasty, filthy, dangerous ,
I veloped. This should reduce the losses. I quantities. Recommendations for the school The. iv sores that develop are will grlve him u. good chance to
(lies, or to pay doctor bills, take care from this disease. materially, for the deaf and for the blind of to plung- give his best during the present
t very of sickness and often even witness Alachua-Am arranging for boll tie .r 4_II iiorsa suddenly Into season
and together with careful systematic J07,000: and for the negro A. and :M.
I death in the family ? We will take weevil control work.St. .
4 spraying with 1-1-GO Bordeaux mixture ,I --L- college of $3)2G70: !) were left ns fixed

.f. should K o fur toward putting. the former. Johns-The price of potatoes is by the budget commission. '
I'' "I-'ight tho fly," "swat the fly," etc., "COULD BETTER fERTILIZER BE MADE\ WE WOULD MAKE\ II"
tomato satisfactory. not holding There. While the called for
production on a up as was hoped. appropriations
etc.\ have been Into
,If f''p basis. pounded us so : .seems to be considerable inclination represent a big increase over the Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
long that I am afraid many of us are
I on the part of many to practice more present biennium, it was estimated BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not
I j j. l'nta'N'I-.: : '' :\I.I'SIUt\ \' prone to not pay any attention to diversification. of crops in future here today that no increase in the the Cheapest but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
I t state millago which last year stood ,it Dusters and Dusts.E. .
I nut after all, lighting the fly is \0Iu"iu-1'hu citrus aphis infestation 10
3would be should'
Watermelon losses: In transit last well worth the price. We all know to necessary Fla
f period in the county seems to be equalization' tax 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville
year were greater lhi n the your be- 1 keep down filth and prevent flies about over. The citrus on the in assessments, us
i fore. Dr. O. F. Burger plant path- I from crop suggested by Governor Martin, be
breeding, to clean out tho whole seems to be fairly good. In
if.; ologist of the Florida Agricultural stables ut least once each week or 10 sonio cases grapefruit is short and successfully carried out. It was pointed -

[ Experiment Station: thinks this lose days and ,scatter the manure on the scabby. out that the expected natural in-

'" was due to failure to properly treat i fields or put It in a screened pit, and(
T I' the melons before leading for uhlpment. I'. to screen the house. But do we do Dude-A moving picture film has I. would (place this year's assessmentsfor Our CrossWordWe Puzzle
these been made the the stale at more than half a bil-
t i things that we know to do? showing dairy development -
Indications point to better prices That: is tho important thing.In I in this county and is being usedin lion dollars. which would bring more

; I f for melons this year, and so I it Is I addition to tho above precautions the local theatres during milk than live million dollars into the

14L' more important than ever that the I against flies, we should usa I II week May 4-9. Ueusury. Probabilities. are, it was
melons be treated (gainst stem-end traps to catch as many of them oa suggested, that the half-billion assessment hope you hove sufficiently rt'o'oU: already know all the words included

a rot before shipment I possible, poisons to kill as many Dakar-Have devoted most of my mark would be passed. covered from last week's( Biblical puzzle I in the puzzle, it will aid you

$ Stem-end rot Is caused by a fungus more of them ns possible, and swat time this week to treating hogs Some opposition to the suggested to be able to start on this one in di"c'H'il1lwh..ther\ or not you

1 that enters through the stem of the ters. against cholera. There is a large pig figures of the appropriations committee ,I with renewed, energy. It was arrang- have a fair understanding pf the

melon and immediately spreads in l Fly trap outside of the screened crop this year, and farmers are start was expressed today, but the ed by Miss Madeline Finn. We are words In the English language: and

the melon, causing decay of the stem kitchen will catch a large part of tho ing early to prevent u recurrence of big fight on the report way expectedIn sure it will aid you in adding several will give you a few foreign words to

end first and making! the melon worth- flies that congregate there and wait last year's cholera epidemic. the house which has gon/on record new words to your vocabulary, or, if boot.
I as being opposed especially to salary
I.r'l :Manatee-Tomato shipments are raises, and the bill was generous in
10' I II reaching the peak of good quality. i I that respect. It provides for $10,000for I 2 3 1 S 6 7 e

,,I ;;\ ... Duvul-One dairyman reports to the governor, $6,500 for cabinet 5 9 t0It
f : members, $7,:>00 for justices of the
p me that ha is saving $10 a week In'
'" /A ; feed bills by following feeding instructions supreme court, (1,500( for circuit 2 IS

I" -,, ... -. .. of this ollice and is get- judges. and many other substantial
i" When Better Automobiles Arc Built. Hinds Will: Build Th. ting IOU pounds more milk per week. increases. tat IS t6V

I .. ... ........ Ho estimates the total saving at $16
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.1"- .- ." .I a week, or more than 20 I per cent. i Junior County Council met in my of- 19 19 20 2/
', :, .1 r ::. ._ ..., .' :,J. fice
(;. I Saturday and made final
;b '.' NoJL 7 7' ...;..".'._../. r. 'I ..- ....:..c.. ;;... ......... llendry-Felda "lias been selling for rally day :May 23,arrangements as well
: watermelons the local
"" .m'iI" pn market for us plans for a club camp June 2327.
,H'J .. the and has ; z'
; / past week a car placed 1 zsf
..:;," ?;:'. on siding to load this week. DeSoto-Spent a half day this I s:_ a
.. <".:.. .J ....., > week demonstrating r-.r ,
... .. canning beans, ay ryVJi
... .
/' ;. Hamilton-Treated hogs
:J % every cucumber and
., squash.
/ 11' > > ,. .o-;
: j> \ this week-a total of 418 head.
JL t .? ;<('''' I J2 aS I as7e
/ :: Pallco-AII club members are busy e
\i-iiri. 'v.. Santa ICI..II-A fair association -
',1, :::-- making kraut and canning beans and
if/ .# was organized at Allentown berries,

., .: 4r\1. .:j:; this week. One ear of peanuts has I 39

"', / been shipped cooperatively. ul..den-Memberli; of the Federal

Roads Club are keeping clothing accounts -
/ Orange-The citrus aphis wliere- finding\ out just how much

ever present on new growth, is be- their clothes are costing them. Already VERTICAL '1 15.; Everyone of a stated number

,1'g ing killed out and held in check by a they are making plans to cut 1. Patch-up tabr.)
fungous growth.TaylorFarnlurs. 2. Outside diameter abbr.
( )
What unnecessary .
f uestion : expense 3. Dainty 17. A State (abbr.)

Indicates best what of the county are I Okuloosa-The New Valpariao Wo 4. A financial organization foundin IS. More than the lagrippe (abbr.)
much interested In
the large meat man's Club has done splendid home most cities (last part ab.) 20. Article "the" denoting masculine

think their curing plant which will care for beef improvement work since November. 5. Latin infinitive of the verb "to be" in French .
people of poultry and It will
eggs cost $30,000. Eight have
' made improvements in 6. Pronoun 22. Reptile

r""' motor cars ? Work -will begin- on it in a few dayi.. their homes< 12 have had painting 7. Plant having a single' trunk 23. A State (abbr.)

Successful dairy men of Florida I done, live have had screens made, 9. Violet ray (abbr.) 21. United States Navy (abbr.)

find the silo/ is an essential on farms : eight have planted ornamentals, six 10. Take "A" out of rap and you 2.:>. A prefix ,

where :11)!!( or more cows me milked. 'I' have planted shrubs, five lawns 20, have it 27. A personal pronoun

A.c7cr -- r flowers( and 15, gardens. 11. Malignant womAn 29. A boy's name (abbr.)

I A marked decrease. in the numberof Hi. Notice of danger :31. "and" ( Lat.)
horses and, mule. of working age Suwu\l1ee-Th orphanage children 17. Past tense of run 32. Relation of
one thing to another
I : Whether they buy that may amount to n shortage i II thepruspe..t :' of of Dowlirfg doctor Park went under the care 18. Prevailing sickness during the 3.>. A boy's name (abbr.)
1 a and had all of their cor-
seen lis L'nitcd States
(, another of the make when : 'I loctive work done. war 3fi. A Stnte m Germany
same Department of Agriculture. This
announcement 10. Same us 21 horizontal 78.< To pour out or empty

More will probably encourage I Nassau-Members of tha Woman's 21. To lengthen |139.! To argue tor and against
they come to buy a new one. hone
breeding and thus
prevent a I Club at Ililliard are doing/: good work. 26 Flesh of animals used as food I
shortage. A lot has been donated 28. Form of the verb "to be" (Lat.)
than 75 % of the Buicks built each and plans are I "v ,, I
.'. buiilg/: made to buJld a club house. 29. A legless invertebrate crawling J v7 P c f Tf 11Z A30Vq't

are purchased by former Buickowners. "O.ME DEMONSTRATION: : animal ..Ri iC Nv
year Lake-Club rally and contest day, 130. Prepare for publication -P I 1 r' R TI

AGENTS' REPORTS April 24, was attended by 250;) mem- Form of the verb "to be"

a bers. Three scholarships to boys for 34. Two vowels I N U t I SST
Citrus-Ai a result of a demonstration the Short Course: at Gainesville and 30. Pesonal pronoun JOSES PUFA

given some months ago in 17 to girls for the one at Tallahassee 37. Depart 'N v N r Mo

another community, a request for a ware awarded. Club exhibits were the HORIZONTAL N'' Fn K

I ( LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY demonstration in canning beef came subject of much gratifying comment 1. A planet 1 UtyF 1Lt'r SIAULr1

; from a community where! there have by visitors. 5. To send out \ I "."rP I
I : J. M. Smith, Manag been no canning demonstrations given I 8. Distinctly different t ,j

t Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties'f' I The Quinine ThaI Doc Not Affect The Hull 11. A State i abbr.) ';

Columbia-Club members ""RJM1.\\ Jr1 IVI\tde'fubktw r : Aesnbe LAXATltC 12. Yielded by harvest (plural)
t When better automobiles built lick: will build them are doing ( |; Mk o 13. For F- ,
example abbr.
are well with their by anyone without rnvi inil" nor"" ,.n..r riD oe ( ) ,a d E N NiR
projects. The to Ole fcciJ E W,utov L :S >i4aaiura{ ua tux. Wu 14. Personal pronoun E r ti,0 G

is "

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Legislative ProceedingsBy I ___ __ / tt

.T... ": 1ticns. Melbourn'l.orge I packing/ plantto
I e 4 I bo erected to handle crop.

Mr. Huntei, ot Murion--llou>e 1 then respuctive counties, resurveyed

Bill No. 541-'To require all persons j I and the corners re-established and ; k tl '-w ---- -.-- ---- -- - ---- Cold Cause trip and Influenza t
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owning uny pl'ulwrly. real or personal I |permanently marked; to authorize I LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE: Tablets remove t
tangible or intangible, in the state '| the levy of a tax to cover the expense A GUU., ,\ MAN, AND '&HIE tinn and intimate kn>\\ leilgu" of tho I I the cause Thrnt. In holy lore "Dnmoqutlns..' '

of Florida to make true written return incident to the provisions of jhis, and j LUKE OF A VELVET Nlt; ll1' tar certainly is the best' judge us lithe > E. W. GROVE'S nlgnxxiiv' on box. 30e.SEAIIOAKl .
thereof to the tax of viilue of this transportation, -the
assessor to provide for the of
payment same.
the proper county, for the purpose of ;, Darkness fell swiftly, as is the best to determine a price on the mileage ) TIME TABLE ,

having the habit of Florida's twilight. A violet the car may be expected to deliver i
same lawfully assessed A
proposal to divide the
for taxes and to provide a penalty for s sessions into one-half sessions with I t shadowed cloud enveloped the earthan -that's Ins business. (In effect November! 10, 1021.)
earth made sweet scented with "With this advantage the! Ford ,
the violation of the ,
provisions of this SouthboundNo. -
sixty days between
the |
intervening I the thousand unnamed odors. dealer .
act. Committee a \ is prepared! to give his used ;
on Judiciary A. first I and second half, is contained in : 1 reaches Starke at 12:18: a. m.
"It's going to be wonderful! I exclaimed car customers. benefits not likely to
A local bill of more or less" state- senate Hill No. 217, Introduced by I "no where else in all the be obtained elsewhere."If No. 3, 11:02: a. m.

wide interest was passed by the sen. W. W. Phillips. The bill proposes that world is the air so soft. It's like vel re-conditioning i is necessary ho I No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m. )a'

ate today, providing that money received the first half shall convene the first I II vet." him the work dono by trained Ford No. 7, Limited, 2-10: p. m,1'

by Columbia county from the j Tuesday two after and the first Monday every I II '. I "You used that word once before I mechanics using Improved equipment|I Northbound- '

gasoline tax be placed in a separate j until years thirty continue in session ''- ,. .,. '. m describing a Florida night and I've and genuine Ford parts ana' with I No. 2 reaches Stnrke 4:15: a. m.
consecutive have
und for work on certain roads in the I elapsed and then days \ rememebcred' it ever since because it's these economies and advantages! h,' No. 4, 4-20: p. m.
adjourn for
county. The measure was offered by sixty k \\K able to offer the used car to the
typical of that quality I No. 20 Cedar
days, when tho last half av BO one senses, Key 8rc: a. m.
would beheld "
W. W. I ..y low cost and l with
Phillips and also purchaser at a
prohibits rather than feels the air. I've tra- No.
] The measure also provides that \ ..;.... 101. Limited 6:17: p. m.
the division of this money among the all bills and proposals to amend the \ \ 'L' h (IIiJ:Vr00ALTt veled the world over many times," he guarantee" covering its mr'huni.'ul'litIlPss. Wannee BranchNo. -
several county commissioners'! dis ... -- ''' reminisced "but I'm lured .
constitution and other legislative r \ ---y---:: always 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.
tricts. matters shall be introduced during Plan sky. of Georgetown Unl'ers. back by memories of Florida nights. In assuming/\ tho direction and l supervision No. 102 arrives. Starko 3-15:: p, m. '

-- the first half of the j lly won tho famous! Decathlon It's that seine "softness"" though I of this plan to bo curried ( )laity except Sunday) I'
A fine of $::100 and imprisonment fora session. chflrnDtonsntli! at the Fenn Relay never realized it before." out by Its dealer organization, tho

period of six months for third of- games, htnnipinff: himself the nest lord Motor Company feels that it is T. J. GRIFFIN
fense offenders is provided in a bill I I A general Bill No. 230\ introduced all-aroiiiul athelete in the U. S. A brief silence. Then simultaneously embracing an opportunity to be of Agent t'
I in the we both lamented the fact of being -
senate by W. W. Phillips ,
now before the legislature dealing pro. great service to those who purchaseused
Miles indouis on such night. UKI>kK foil I'UIII.U'\TIO-I:
for teacher training a
with persons who drive automobileswhile depart- 1 Ford I II
against" unlawful acts hy such officers "Tell what!" Warren Fisher
drunk. The measure introducedby ments in one high school in every you In rin-illt. "mill, riuhlh' luilirlnl Circuit. 1
Representative Harris, Pinellas, I county of the state, provided there: persons and public property. suddenly announced as ha regardedhis eI.ClUMltSF.N'11 I IS ciryHrnilfonl Krmlri.nl. County Sim.' of Kliirtiln In Chun. I

would provide a fine of $100 and imprisonment are at least ten pupils prepared to watch "as it is we'll burst in upon iKNAVCUOSS; : FARMS: loamy Hunk, ft Cinnrnllnn. crnnlilnlnnnt -
for not less than thirty I begin the course of study. The state By Mr. nussell-Bill No. 204-Providing the Divines just after they've had it g

days for the first offense, and $250 would match every $;;00 put by school for the appointment of an ad- dinner and so I suggest that we hop thousands of .1 t. Y. !Prul' and .1. II\i>Hniicr, 11..f.n.l.nl.I ,
fine boards for the establishment of the ditional circuit judge in and for the olf at Hollywood, have a bite at the Waycross-Tens 101111 itppmrlnK Hy AlTlilnvItt I HlipemlvO to thu
and not less than
ninety days in pounds of caleum arsenate are being fllfil In the nbmMUitcd cause trmU. Y.
Eighth judicial circuit of Florida. Country Club and chase in later it's
jail for second offense. departments. The bill provides for an Hcott unit J. U. Hum. the "..f.o.l.o'Ih..,-
this I
distributed I to cotton planters in ,
appropriation of $31,500 for the next just a pleasant drive. In nnmi'il nn non>n.ldonu. of the Bt' .t. of
The I forth few objections section for their fight against the boll Hiirlila. end, they lira mlilpnU of Stmllan.(
The bill Tentatively
to Increase the pension of two years.A anticipated fight in the Florida put a Stile' of Prnniyltaiilit. nnit art nver th. ass.
W. T. Weeks, of Bradford county, legislature over the K'l Klux Klan but when one really wants to woevil. Distribution is by tho state of Iwrnty.nm* yrnr : thcn'foro' ordered
blew when Senator W. do u thing all obstacles be made II and tho poison is offered, at reducPl1prlct's. Hint 1 said non-nwklhnt, I.\n.\ :: : : ho:: unit are
was killed by a twenty-two to four bill to authorize banks and trust over W. Clark can hereby rriiuinil, lo appear| to the hill of fontplnltit ,
vote. companies to subscribe for or withdrew two bills aimed at the Klan. mythical and usually end by taking Illcil In pitlil eni .o on or before Molt
pur- and other masked orlCanizn tiuns. One tlight."TonighCs. --A---- Hl">. the Int ilny nf lun<>. A. O 1IMH:! nthor
chase stock in agricultural credit core CENSUS COMPARISON( Ol' PIYKAUS \' K "lm> tlio nlliunllonii of until' bill will bo taken ''
Rejection of the proposed amend poratlons, was offered in the senate of the bills imposed severe penaltiesfor going to be the most UK tnnfoHiii hy Dahl. I..f'n".nl.

ment to the federal constitution relative by D. E. Knight. The measure would persons wearing; masks who entered glorious one you've ever seen," ho piiMlnhril It in ftirthur oril<>roil thnt thin order h. ,
unto n week for four eonineutlv
to child labor was before the make it lawful for any bank or trust dwellings; or other buildings urged, "you'll feel close to the stars County 1020 l 25Aluehuu : ""hri In Iho llrnilforil. County Tolrirraph. a
house this afternoon and referred to without permission of the and hear the gentle cadence of the n.Mv.pniM r 1.0hll.I.| | In until County sad Ditto
company organized under the laws owners --_____31,0811 32,3J3Luker : : 'I'liinprii inih man
the committee on constitutional I I of Florida to make direct loans to while the other prohibited tho wearing ocean and feel the flesh breeze from _____.-__0,022: : (.,&111 m.! W Al.I1BBMAN.ISinll .
amendments An effort to have the farmers of masks except in hallowo'en I Ilhe xca.n f Clerk C'mult Court,
truckers and citrus growers lluy .:. u___-__11,407 11.1)2(3( fly C A. KNIGHT.
mutter brought up for immediate for agricultural and production and similar celebrations. Clark with- i The train was stuffy now, compared Uutdford 7,021: Deputy Clark
consideration failed of passage. pur- drew tho bills when the judiciary to the picture. hu drew of the outside \ S' CIIKWSSotlrltor .
poses, and to rediscount them with Urovurd _______8.503 12,8111: r...
1'i.ini.liilnant 6 I 6t-6.69
\ -
House Bill No. lit-Relating to the I the federal intermediate credit bankof committee of which he is chairman world IJI'oward! _______B.133 14.21

drawing, selection and empaneling of Columbia. refused to report them favorably.The If women with vitriolic tongues Calhoun _______8,775; ll,3tr;: OltllrK: tCIll I'UIII.IC.nUN

jurors in county courts, and fixing could! know the impulsive nature of Charlotte ___________ S.JWO: I In Circuit. Court Fluhth .mllelal. Circuit.,

their rate of pay, was read a third (House Rill No. :502; by Representative senate passed! 20 to 0, and certIfied girlish hearts; could bot touched by Citrus -':_____--6,220 &..370Cluy nrn.lfor.l rT. County. Stale or Klorliln. In Chnnci (

time, amended so as to give these Weeks of Holmes. would exempt to the house the joint committee their eager longing for the joy of the ___________3,021 4,730 Walter M Forrli. ComplnlnnntVM 'i

from all taxation all bill to regulate the sale and moment regardless of the price; if Collier _____________ 1.25S '
Confederate .
jurors $2.50 a day for their service, could OIIBIPP| ('am.... vt nl I. r.*f.mlnnt.
and passed. veterans owning less than $10,000 transportation of citrus fruit. Thu they see again with the eyes of Columbia _____14,2'JO'\ IS.SIJl: ; It iipix-arlnir hv atriilnvlt appcnilm. to the

worth of property who are 80 measure represents committcenien youth, they would take no cognizance lIude _-_-_____4i,753 113,381LeSoto I hill Bird In thn abaviMitntrd caws that CluNppna -
yearsof ( Cnrntollim his wire. the
"ami"" Citmpo
A bill dealing with assessment of age or more. The same provision stated, the views of 85: : per cent of of other viewpoints and, would! onlysee ) __-_-________ 8,000 dvrrndanms hi>r.'|n namcil, nrn non'rmlilnnln of 1,
intangibles by owners, custodians and would apply to widows of these old the citrus fruit growers and shippersof the immediate fun to be had from I------------------i,300 'the Hlata of t'lends, end they. am mlihmta. d q
of City of Now York mat of Now York at
guardians, was introduced in the soldiers who at the time of becoming the stirte. As finally passed by the a lurk Duval ________113,510 122,.U)I 102 I.:ant 2nlh ntrrpt and an aver the area of
house, which provdes a penalty for I widows were 75:; years of age. Another senate the measure makes it unlawful ilollywootl-lty-The-Sea the country EccaniblitI9,3813: 42.631)) I..nlno ytan. It In thnrofura. 0..1...."
that add' nnn-mlilvnt ili.frnilnnla l.n and are
failure to make return to the tax as bill by Mr. Weeks is House Bill to sell or transport citrus fruit club-with It'S insouciant charm Hugler' ________2.JU: :2.201 horohy nsiulmil: to nliprar to 'the bill of complaint
sessor. The return shall show theproperty's No 501, which seeks to establish. a between August :31 and November 2U beautifully gowned women and the Franklin ___-_...5,318 6,2 JOUudsden Alpil In pall caune on or hrforw Mimilav. 1 '
I hiIRth ilny. of Mn/. A. I 1). IDtll nthi>rwln.
true cash value, which the I i minimum of six months in all the of each year unless the fruit is ac- exotic atmosphere of Old :Spain.Ve -____23,6-J'J\ 22.03f: I In- allraatlonn of aalil hill will ba taken .. ti +

assessor may investigate and alter, as i schools of the state by providing ex- companied by a certificate of inspection faced a I patio, the glass Moor of which lades; _____________ 2,017 tome..., by Halil ripfi>mnnla! .

he schooses according to a just and I j tea millage in those counties that are and maturity under rules and, wan crystal clear. From our little Hamilton -___-.U,873 W.UOl I ptil.liahril,,It I. further once orilnrutl M wrek for that four this onn."lIy.o'il.r b* ,

equitable valuation. I'|, unable under existing conditions to regulations prescribed by the commissioner I table against the wall, we watched llurdee _____u_____- 10,178 w'"'ek. In Iho llrinlfonl Count Telmrnph a a

come up to this standard. The county of agriculture, all inspections the dancers glide smothly as on ice IJcndry _--._-______ 1,111 :wapnprr>,. iiulillNhril In nulil County anilS1nb t
The salaries of members of the boards of public instruction would to be made at the packing while colored lights sent myriad hues llirrmrulo ______4,613 4,72.1: Thin) April Iltli. IDES

house and senate would be fixed at be required to make an estimate of house. against their feet, making a kaleidoscopic Highlands __u_____ 0,75.1 .IHRAL' ) O Clark W Al.nBRMAN.Circuit, Court.
not lo exceed $1 l:> per day under provisions -' pattern.
the money to I ildlsborough88,257 131,007 Oy C. A. KNIGHT.Deputy '

/ of a bill introduced" in the amount necessary of schooling and accomplishthis r"jlOl.tthe Under provisions of a bill by Representative 11:untive notes of a violin came Iliilmua _______12,860 12,421Jukxon : M .HIIINSl.ilUIK.r Cterk.r v

house by Kepiesentativo, Kugintor of name to the board of county commibsioners May of Citrus county from a screen, of )potted plants. The /: -_____81,224: 32,00(1( /' for O.mi 1''liiliuii.l' .'1-lT-Bt-S-IS. ( .

Union. The bill provides for u consti- who would order the extra pi unary elections in the future will strain was carried on and! on by an JelForson. ______14,602 13,827 -

tutional amendment in which is included assessment ax other assessments be held in August of each year in onhiatra' plu.vmg with u rhythm that Lafayette ______.____ 4.007 NOTI'R nr Ki.ErTiov

the mutter of salary for the arc made. I which a general election is held instead was distractingly happy. and light. Luke __n____-_12,744 1H.U21:!! TO TUB nOAKIt OK. ""WH.IC INSTRUCTION '
soluns and transportation to and from of June I "Guess we'd, butter toddle along/ toour Leo OP nilAIIPORD' (COHNTYl ,
-"- I us at present.A .____n._______ 1I.U80U'on t
their places of residence to the neat In view of the conflicting/ opinions journey's end," 1 suggested/ when _________18,0511 20,0.I Wo thu las unilrraiunifl mhiKil district Inxpnym h......of ..Rtnrliomilrial .U.h.. i {

of government in an amount not to existing on the question of tick eradication bill which was introduced by Mr. the demi-tasse hud completed a perfect Levy _______...","21 10.5KO your. hoard to cull nn eliictlon to annex ....
half of _lion nti>v0n. nectlon/ twelve ."" '
exceed 1
five cents a mile. some nf which would repeal llarrix, provides that thu sherilf or repast. Liberty ________6,000 4.H19 thirl..n and' rant half uf fnurtealt Uiwn.hlp ,
Greater the the entire provisions for this important deputy of any county where a criminal "No, thu fun'ti just begun. I'll bet Miiilison ______10,610 10,518: 7. South renew. 21 I unit. ill"" wimt half of ..s- +
elasticity in management haven't tinny aeven and i-lxlit townnhln 7 south range ''t
work relating to the cattle industry has been you faintest idea who'sgoing Manatee __ _
of municipal affairs would l be sentenced to be electro- ___uu 23,214 22 tent
others to modify the law, and l cuted at the state prison farm, shallbe to dance. Marion ___________ __ 27,087 K: K.: Ferryman
given every incorporated city and D F Knlvnt
A flare
town in Florida under the terms of another class that would maintain the executioner of such prisoner. of lights-the music begun Monroe _______18,650 14,000 A. P Orlfru
the bill introduced the present law, what was said to be softly as if promising much-the Nassau _______11,340: U.OB2 I Ih n K.lw.rcln.. 1
by Representative H. I.. limwnleo
Harris, of 1'inellus county and now a vital measure bearing on the mat- Senate bill No. 300, offered by W. notes quivered and sent! a haunting Okuloosa ______0,360 U.70J: W. '1. riailichgrty. -
pending before the legislature. The ter, was introduced in the house to- \V. Clark, seeks to prevent forest barbaric melody into the night. No Okuechobee _-__2,132.16U J. M A.a, ,.. 1
W. M RdwardiK
measure seeks to amend Chapter day, by Representative Getzen, of tiles in Florida. Spreading of fires olio rose to dunce.Then Orange _______ll,80O) :38.34U: r ll.illlniinworth '

CU40 of the Acts of the Legislature of Sumter county on the reconvening of started by a property owner to landsof as u meteor darts vividly towards Onccola. ________7,11)5 10,740 A.R. A.J. Johnson N.'...nm.

Florida of 1U15, so that city that body after the week-end vaca another would be unlawful under earth, the inimitable Uildu Palm Beach __.. 18,0(54 36,000() John Uirtow

and town in the state shall every have tion. This bill would provide u no- the act, which provides a fine of $ Gray Hashed into sight. Pusco -_____.._ _8,802 11,322 n. ('. Jinn
er to alter or change the numbers pow- fence law state-wide in effect and is or imprisonment not exceeding From her dance and her encore no Pinellas .-_____28,205 51,084 J. Monnln MoniantC

voluminous in netting out the man- months, or both. The bill was GOO'I one could have torn themselves away. Polk _________38,681 63,022 l>avlSlUn +
powers, duties terms of ofllcc and the
time and manner of election or ner of calling and holding elections red to Judiciary Committee. The whale. atmosphere of the place Putnam _______11,668 17,135 J. M. KIr.M.h.1IJ. /

I appointment un the matter, and providing a men- was vibrant with color and delight. St. Johns ______13,001 18,129St. : T Qjilnl.yR ,(
of any and all officers and nor of enforcement, it is known as 1 looked at my watch when the lust Lucie _______7,88 11,070 A. Inert
boards Representative of Hills-1 A. :7.:. Adklni
and abolish or all officers Taylor I
any j
House Bill No. echo of applause had lost itself
512. Section 2 of thenit as oj Santa Rosa ------13,670 14,589! Floyd Onus
and boards whether created or recognized borough county introduced bill malting -
says that 2; per cent of the qualified an appropriation of : whisper in the night. Sarasota _______ __ 10,001) It.W. 8 T. Humphrey Weehn
in state legislation or ordi- $15,000 to j "
1 electors of a county may peti- study diseases and "Now, we must start, I avowed, I Seminole .. ______10,1)80) 14,788 H. n. Wlraln ll
and nances boards, and an to may create be deemed such officers proper tion the board of county commissioners I peculiar to strawberry fungus plants. The i',> "the time has simply skipped" past Sumter ________7,861 7,018 ro.::.. W.A.llayrao ...rm.n
to call an election, and that within "lly i juve! jou'ru right, he agreed! Suwunnee __ __10,780 10,872 C A Knight
: fund would be -
town.for the government of such city or sixty days from the filing of such board, which would expended be charged by the plant with',i' but i hen letting his eyes! rest upon I) Taylor ________11,210) 13,171 .W.J. w.W John Hnl.iibn.,

u petition, it will be the duty of the out the I me, he became lost in thought Union 4,873 Mr 'r .I.1IlItln
carrying provisions the
Amended Section 14 says any per- county commissioners to call an elec- act. i lose from my chair. Vulusin _______23,))74 40,084 T N. J.D Orlffln Walnwriicht

son presenting to the state superintendent -I Ion t for the purpose of determining I "No. no," he lI1uth>lH'.1 mo to sit Wakulla _______5,129 8,816 W J. Rwpenun:

of public instruction a first whether stock shall be allowed to I Senator Clark withdrew from the down," you stay here where! it's pleasant Walton _______12,110 13,723: J.f!. W.A. Onrdlner White..

grade certificate, with proof of hav- run at large. The act also providesfor I senate hill two measures directed while I scout around for a car." Washington -----11,828 10,110 O W. WhIW

ing taught forty-eight months thereon the same sort of election to be against "hooded orders," as well as I (To be continued) --- e H.. I 0>. Peek KiubJ

of good moral character disciplinarian held in any subdivision of a county two of his several bills relating to I'OUU- -TAKES- -: IMPORTANT" 'T'OTAL968,170() 1mS.lloo: : J. !II, KlUh!! i
upon petition of as fifteen ---- <). w nneuirrova
many as garnishment.
and other qualities named '
may free-holders. I S'rEI"1'O PROIIXT: PURCHASER: JIIAT; KKCOKDH: : FOIL M. Thomas
receive a life certificate. Amendod J P. Klcklltef ,
Section 15 says any person filing with own-;;;:; ;" House Bill No. 50-Requiring that One of the must important' steps APRIL \siinn IN J. H WllllnmnW I.,
Property in Florida will be tax collectors, In giving receipts for I SOUTH hKN: STATR8 I!. .Perkins
the state superintendent of public in- yet undertaken to protect used car W If Pork Inn
required to pay all "special assessments taxes paid, separate the amounts paid K: ft Mntthewl
strui tion, with proof of having for the improvement hard surfacing for the state and the county, co that purchasers ut the' same tune placethe Atlanta Ga., April :2f>.--With heat Mm.' II w. Carbon
taught in a high school or collegeaucces.fully 1 handling of Much cars on a morn i records for April smashed and clutU'rinir N. SiirnbrriiT t'h
and re- tax payer may know how muchhe N Kcn.lrlok
for tWent '-four months, paving: of any street or streets or is paying to each, was passed. businesslike bails is the about the our nf the teaming. a s flowing
endorsed by three holders of life 1 sidewalks, sanitary sewers, storm mint by Sir. Kdsel U Ford, annuuncc-j populace. thu rfuutheait greeted with Ruy F+lwnrde.

state or life graduate leitiHcates. ,. sewers. and draintt .if the bill introduced The bill providing for the reapportionment -:I I of t the Ford Motor ), I cheers today the announcement from J.A. O M. Boyd Darby

may receive a life certificate. in the House by Representative of the senatorial. districtsof |I operating i under u company plan weather headquarters that today A. t.. AlvareaManon .

Baker Taylor of Hillsborough passes the state, introduced by Senator I I I' Ford dealers will hereafter place a would be Homcwhut cooler! and that J H. w.n. Kilwariln.

county wants a refund from -- Hale, was reported favorably by the I I I guarantee upon used Ford cars dis- I there wan a possibility for. thumlcr- II A. ,I'rnrott
the state of Florida of 110.321' for I I I The house calendar is becoming I committee. considering! it, and was pn-ed of by them. hlwl'rll sometime tomorrow. I ..10-..-.-. h

taxes paid into the treasury for the crowded with bills of I!I The Ford Motor Company is the
importance. set for first consideration on the Atlanta Maw registered the highest NOTICE: TO DCflTOlia AND CIlfOITOKsI: !
years 1922, 1923, and 1024 This is Several of these are now on the cal- order <>f the day for Thursday. Some first large automobile concern to1 I temperature for April HI any year Cr wtare' and all ,..eons navtnu .1.1....

one the of the most unique measures of endar as third reading bills and will opposition to the measure has arisen I I, take direct steps in the matter of I since the United States began registering .Uradford valnat th.County.KnUtn of,Klorhta.Uohert" P.d..Jones.....*hM will of)

present session, as the preamble no doubt be. reached during the week. in the senate and it is expected that used cars. inasmuch as there area: the vagaries if the wather, P".'" their elalmn duly ultantricaUd to f

states Baker county assessed its taxable I<: Holdinir first place on the calendar I Ia Is the debate will be an interesting one. I I about as many Fords in operation lathe when Mr.\ Jo'ahronhelt' fumoui scientific the year ttaderalitned or admlnUiimUir.be forever birred"JMiln end one ajperanm 1

property and collected! taxes on bill by Representative Williams of 1''I country as all other makes combined instrument popularly known asa Indebted to ial'1, Enlale are ruiuntedto t

a basis of sity-eitrht. per cent of the Leon, providing free text books for A bill known as llous. Dill No. 223 ., it is apparent that the action thermometer, stood on its tiptoes forthwith.Day. their said d..... to the. Admliutralor. '

true valuation while the average assessment pupils in the first six grades of the I hy Mr MacKenzie, of Putnam, : of the Ford Motor Company will exert and touched OS. w J. .ppBIiaoM

of other Florida counties II'' public schools of the state. The bill tendingtote Road No. 28, as eX-j, I a wide influence on the marketingof S According to local representative Administrator Jnit. Ueaeaneq.of the Eatat of Robert P. .

but twenty-six per cent. i i has been passed! over several times at noted by an .act of the 1U23 used cars and in improving conditions of the United States department of I chic! lath d.y of M...h ltM- .
the of the ture, was paixed. generally that phase of the /-90A5h1eNOTICE
By Mr. Clark-Bill No. 287-Prohibiting request author until slight I I agriculture the next best reach was _

the carrying on or engaging/ II i amendments could be prepared. It is Del ray-Arcade building to be I automobile business. ,;::1> ill-green, accomplished 29 years TO DtPTOB-a ANn. CREDITOR'i ;

in games or sports on Sunday undor possible that the bill will receive con- erected at rout of $35,000. "Kvery; used Ford car represents. HO IIKU on April ID. I CrwlU" and alt- ;rgong- "..< .'lmn.
certain circumstances providing sideration early in the week. moth unused transportation and IH of i No rain has> fallen in Atlanta for ....IRat the tA..18 .I Andrew M. Rollins. ken 4
; a. value to someone" Mr. Ford said in Dndfnrd County Fluids deaewd' wu)
penalty for the violation thereof, All policemen and marshals Dade City Pa co-Palm Beach three! weeks and drought conditionsare present their oatm: duly. autit.atlulsd' le it.
his. ,
and repealing certain laws in conflict Land Company to spend approxi- statement regarding the plan. beginning to be a matter of concern und..ned. Admln.tr."" .. sad on. ppustnsai
> throughout the State would be required "The Ford dealer through his. poai-I they will be forever barred all
mately $4,000,000 developing 17,205- according to the meteoroliglsta
herewith. to deposit $2,000 bonds each Indebted said B.taU. are requeated to nay
acre tract for farming purposes. I staff of experts. their! ldto debt: to the AdmlnUtntor forthwith -
House Bill No. 516 authorizes the with the Governor, under a bill Introduced Piles Cured In 6 to 11 DaysDruggienNfaodmoiwyISPAJOOI'ITMENrfdla --- -- ---- --- I I B ROLUN9.Admlnlntrntor .

several boards of county commissioners in the House by Representative Tampa planning $1,050,112 bond Issue I Mount Dora-All unpaved streets. I orn.Jr.RAYMOND.-... M ""I II n,. d.....-
of the of Florida to have the Wavbright of Duval County. The to continue municipal Improve- I to tire llchlnrt. Bliml, IJIfdmu ir Protruding throughoutity to be paved this sum ".t.
state bond would hr held PUV-i, Inntantly rHIewn Itehiud I Piles and you II I 'nil.1 12'10 d., ..\I."h.. A O. 192&
us security ment pn>ifr.im range lines and township. line- of year ago. can let revtful sleep after first applluicluo' aa? 3.13.n.5



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FRIDAY, :MAY 8, 1923.:
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t; -- -- pearances he taught the disciple | the pastor Rev. C. F. Starncs, will

Bradford County Telegraph about the kingdom of God. In all preach a sermon suitable to the oc-
!ll) i
T VOICES FROM MEMORY LANE By A. B CHAPIN these his previous( teaching was a casion. All members, and especially

preparation. The idea of the church mothers, cordially invited to attend

I'uhlUhecl weekly and entered as which we gather from the Gospels is Persons who live too far from the

tic' <>nd class taller, at the post that it is a spiritual kingdom of church to walk can have a car sent
,tt Ktarke Florida. r which Christ is the ever-present King, for them by calling 00-J. There will
office ,
the Bible its code of laws the clergy be preaching in the evening at eight

K, a. M4TTIIKHMJ. -.- _...Owner. its ministers and Christian people its o'clock.
I citizens. It is a kingdom extendinginto Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-
1.. KIIIIINHUMono.ln.: Editor. I every temporal kingdom, not ning at eight o'clock.

withdrawing subjects from their allegiance You are always welcome at the

HUSHED EVERY FRIDAY y / but setting up a superior little stone church on the corner.

" : claim to a more devoted allegianceas
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KrUSCKII'IION: KATE r4DJ extending over a higher province. :MOniEK'S DAY WITH
The apostles are to go into all the THE PRESBYTERIANSNext :

.. Per Year -- $1.BO/ world and proclaim the kingdom,

I; Rixlo..th: -- 7CfNo I ) preaching repentance and baptism. Sunday will be Mother's Day
; ; : They are to appoint subordinate officers and the ladies of the Presbyterian
;c und to rule the whole with church will have charge of the evening -

I II divine authority. Our Lord had muchto service. A cordial invitation Is
II I guy about his. kingdom Out ofthlrt.two extended to the public to attend the

parables, nineteen are service and hear the following inter
I < parables! of the kingdom and each esting program:

I teaches some charusteristir of It. The Song-Congregation.
speaks of the lint proclamation
y I II I / S of the Gospel und foretells the Scripture reading and prayer.
I \ :Solo Miss Nellie Stearns.
The -
/ different kinds of its reception.
tart shows. that the church would Mother's Day and Its Influence
not consist of saintly people only and Mrs. II. A. Tucker.

11i1! : that the judgment is not yet. The Mothers in the Home-Mrs. W. T.

(Illrnhershq" 'MI Newoitl,, HighwayAHHIK mustard seed prophesies the vast Flncher.
; tat\no I, I extension of the kingdom from its I Ladies Quartette.The .
small beginning. The leaven illustrates Washington 'Church Convention -

the way in which, hidden from -Mrs. Swindler.The .
lit.th'Et1SThe : :
I I observation, the power of the spirit Value of Sociability in the

ridtht-of-way fur the Lake Mutter I I would: work: in the world and leaven t'hurch-\Irs.: E. :M. Davis.

ami i'rovidvmv road ill pruttltul- 'i all mankind.In Solo.

ly complete and ('Ol'l. Taylur will 1 a temporal kingdom there \la Dues the Success/! of the Church Depend -

mow his force to the \\nrthinicton \Ithe outward part-the officers and most on the Preacher or the

Springs! roail and work toward Luke its laws-and there is also the inward l'eol'le-'o1I'11.: E. L. Browne.

Huller, from the Springs early next part-the loyalty and the obedience The Importance of the Church Paper

week. A i of the citizens. Thus with the in the Home-Mrs. H. II. Young.
The right of way on the Kuifonl p I kingdom that our Lord came to SongCongregation.Reading .
road is progressing nicely, Mr. D. K.liowlintr I stablish-'it is both outward and inward : "We Would See Jesus"-

who, in doing the work will I visible and invisible. The spirit Miss Mable Weller

hove it opened to Johnstown the latter I must have a body, the candle a candlestick :; Not Darkest, but Brighter Afrlca-

part of next week. | The church is "an outward and Miss Louise Fernandez.

The Conner Bridge is about one- visible sign of an inward and spiriti I Song-Congregation.

third completed and it is expected lual i grace." Our bodies are the out- Benediction.

( that the till will be finished fa time i i ward and visible manifestations of

i'r fur. the public to croon an noon an the -- -- .- that which is inward. "Until the day )('IGIC.;)lIIJltMIHlllllmmmmmmmmmmmDmmmmI! >
bridge in complete. -- -- in which he was taken up, after that lei
Adams. and Sander are expected LAKE HUrLEK Is a fait, clean brick mason and has scurity and preparation. In the yearsof lie through the Holy Ghost had given ACREAGE WANTEDWe

to complete their work in Bradford plenty of work at present in Tampa : his ministry we think of his teach commandments unto the apostles are interested in buyIng u

county thia week and move their entire Lake Butler May 8.-Graduation Mr Coleman and family and Miss ing and mighty works. Between his whom lie had chosen. To whom also acreage in Florida in jjj

,t force to Union county and corn- exercises for the grammar school department Frances El wen and borthcr P. S'I death and his resurection he descended He Showed Himself alive after His large or small tracts, but

plate the Long Bridge road, without were held'' at the high school Law, all of Jacksonville motored into the place of departed spirits. passion by many Infallible proofs, being will deal with owners only.

further duluy.-Union County Times.Illl auditorium Friday evening May 1st. Luke Butler :Sunday to visit relatives. This idea is developed with the seen of them forty days, and Please gin full details as
,I Supt T. :Shepard Thomas 'ude a line Mrs. J. E. Harper left hero for I Roman Catholics as Purgatory; with I speaking of the things pertaining to to location legal descrip- ,"
,\Dfc.N"'ION IS FORSIX'T'EEN address to the graduating class and Sanford Sunday, where she will join the Anglican Communion as Paradise' the kingdom of God.. I tion ,and terms. Ad ,
price I II
; :: CENT: U.\8 to the audience The stage was beau- her son. Ellsworth and family on a I or the Intermediate state; with the' -- t I dress 5
tifully decorated with class colors'' trip for a few week In North Carolina denominations it is generally not recognized : METHODIST I
1Irl1"'ntoll.1..y: I. Urndcnton relatives. They left Monday the' : J. D. O'BRIEN
visiting because when
white und green Flowers, ferns and 1\ they say i i
girded up Its loiim in muss meeting for North Carolina. \ treed leave out that article. In N. Chadwick I St. "'
potted plants were used to produce they Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. L. A. '"I 2255 ,
lout night mill threw down the !gauntlet the color scheme. The auditorium was I :Miss Ada Register returned to her the historic creed the article "He descended Davis, superintendent. j i| 'd; I'hiladelphia, 1'a. l'
to the great. oil companies in an home here in Lake Uutler. She has I into hell" explained by a .. ,
the tilled with the patrons and friends is As next Sunday Mother's: Day, I ii "It u x 111 II xllaf7S( nJfgJfJt'gJhfIDOEtaal
announced intention to bring und interesting program was peen tiuhmg in the school at Auburn- note "or the place of departed
price of gasoline and oils to a much 'tendered u very and highly appreciated by dale. spirits" While this article of thuApostles'

liiwur level he-re. all :Mrs Mary Johnson. teacher of Representative (harles II. Kogfa- Creed recognizes the In- --

The sixteen cent gas league wait the eighth grade und Mrs. Margaret ter of Union county, spent last Sun mediate State, and white it is often
formed with nearly seven hundred Duncan deservo a great deal of day ut home with his family. ,, referred to an a most comforting
members and scores more joined to I Rev P. K. Rowull, State Evangelist much
praise and 1 credit, for the excelhmt111111111eL' doctrine yet it is not preached
day. l'a..h toUlliiK! aeurly four thuu- ; in which the l progiam was of the M. E. church, is conducting about because there is not much & RITCH

nand dollimis was raided. in the meeting : turned, out The Curnlr'Va.! in chargeof .1 revival ut the Methodist church known about it. In other things there REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING) i
to linuiico the npeiutionn, of a cooperative hi' It1'LII probably continue for nrvntpla .:
has beed
the graduating exercises und the ie a fuller revelation. I I" M'AME" COMPANIES FlUE,
c-iYuit to bring the! price of of weeks I Rev. Howell is one'
latter the piatiu and expression ilnss.ADIUIIK While every period of our Lord'hr..j ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE:
Kosoline here down tu sixteen canto.Aure
and has heldn
of bust evangelists
the vi-itorn Mr our is full of there suffi'i- BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
IH present were mystery: is ,
lieiiiK rained today by
money and Mis 1'. M. Tailgett and daughters / great many successful mooting ont foundation for our faith. Thus in

it commitUc-that work of I"U'"I""llIIell The ubscribern appointed to I .Misses" Connie, Uuiui und Bertio, throughout the state. Everybody iscoidially \ 11",.,. treat forty days of his ap MADE PROMPTLY
invited! to attend. I
of nriidcnton, und Miss HernuUu __ __n_
the fund !let their money back --
I'udgctt/u student of the :State Colluite rrisr'tKUKciTni '
r in LLETINNext
gasoline mud oils lit the low price I '
for Women ut Tallahassee, 1'rof I 'I !r2 525'm.'i
that is expected.
iHHohne now retails ut 2U cents and Jlrn S. U Padgett of Dade City. : Sunday. : we will observe
Prof Padgett was principal of the { "Mother's! Duy" at both .erviees. All I
ti per' Kiillon here. The Brailenton Hoard!
high school) lust term and was well I those attending the Bible school and
of Trade IK "pon"oi'ing the sixteen I
pleased with the progress of the I church services are requested to weara i
cent: RUM league It has quotations ,
scholars.Thu pink flower, should mother be living 4 Yu
:from largeindependent companies\ on
anal,I white flower if mother U
following beautifully a
gasoline of hitch test delivered hereAt program
ten and u half c"1I1IIIeI'\ gallon. rendered: has passed into the beyond. The ladies i .. ? .. :
of the church will have flowers for
That will allow delivery charge and l Chorus 'Spring Se-ng", -Eighth I II
the retailer take the usual I those who may be without one; and II I IP '
to proht Ilrade.Siliutaturliarry. r. + i J .e
i those with (lowers to donate fur thoglad I F w
anti payment of the state tax and yet Rogers 1
occasion will please bring themto I IJ\\ '
I.. e
the gas curt be sold at 10 cents. Storage Piano Solo"Narc"'sus"Blanche"' the church surly Sunday morning. c fit
tank will be erected at once, a
Warren. This has been our custom for the '.
delivery truck purchased and one big Townsend.
Valedictory-William past four years, and we are looking
elation for retail trade put in. S
Presentation of Diplomas-Supt.: .
for observance of
a more generous ,
Other towns that have been wutchInir I. \
T. S. ThomaS.: the "Day" than heretofore. : I
formation of the league here sigmtied I : 'i
intention of joining in. Majestic March\ -(Richard Goer The Bible school meets at 0:45: a. I '

-- -- dolor) :Mri. :Margaret Duncan, m., followed by divine worship nt 11. I ldY I II
M01'II"lt'S: II \\' Aubrey Duncan. The pastor will speak on ":\Iother.hoo. -

Pixies Goodnight Song-(A. L. ..." The young people's societieswill .

By II U DenUon Drown! )-:Mamie Jeo Warren. gather at 7, and the evening : ,

.\ngel's'oicealUchur" Goer- service at 8. The sermon will be on I : J ::
The white roses are in memory of the "
deler)-Viola Townsend.Dialogue"A "The Motherly Spirit of Clod, as set f
mothers who have died; forth the Isaiah. the I
Backward Child"It by prophet Bring II
The red of those who still
roses are
: living ( L. I'endlulon-Rul.ie) : Handley family, friends and visitors, ,
( -
Duncan .
Carolyn CHUKtll OF illlJTsltwist '
O, roses white! O. roses red First Piece of the Star Performer I

In each returning month of :May (Jurlett Rolf)Aatalie Jones. Sunday was a good day at

You'll mark the living from the dead, Drums and Trul\lpetl S. :Mor the church of Christ. "Increase", --

On Mother's Dayl! On Mother's risen) \iola Townsend, Willbur seemed to be the word. There was annciease -q--4q6 Q)

Day. Townsend. in the Bible school in the

And you are white for her whose Little :Mary Play the Piano attendance at the commanded worship :
form (Mary !Moncure ParkerMantle) both at the morning and evening

Asleep,in Jesus, silent lies- Howard. hour. The freewill offering almost Every Mother's desire is to see "her boy"-a good boy-and traveling the ,
Calvary Coming-(C. C Cram- doubled any previous Sunday This
Whose soul above
all storm
Awaits our coming to the Ikl.nd ... raond) \Mamie Joe Warren Ruble shows appreciation increased. paths she knows from experience are the only safe and sure way to peace and
Handley. Enlargement seems to be our motto

.\ you are red for her whose face For Grandmother Marcus) .general. "The Christian Standard:' happiness. Can you do a kinder act or please her more than by arrangingto

Is warm with living ruddy blush; Kubie HandUy. in the issue of May 2nd report 22-

Whose presence stiU the home doth A Day at the n..ach-Wallace( A.JohnsonlCarol'n :.124 additions to New Testament go to church with her Mother's Day? If distance makes this impossible

" From grace stir of morn, till evening's ,.I Warren. Duncan Blanche ihurches.Charles Reign Scoville closed an then write her and tell her you are going "for her sake." If you can do neitherof

hush. I evan eIl81'"' campaign with the First
Playing' Lad-Townsend.' (H 'ten Chaffe church of Miami on April 26th, during these-then wear a white flower in your lapel-to the sacred memory of
0, roses red! 0, roses white) i I Workman)- which 182 were added to the

Your fragrance beauty here display I I Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star- membership. came the last night her-and GO TO CHURCH-your church, onlother's Day. Special
Natalie Jones,
( Bertha Mitxleh) -
:Nixt: Sunday is Mother' Day and
Anti give us hopeful, tweet delight, 'I Carolyn Duncan.ChorueBusy. m"hers( are invited 1 to attend and Services at all these churches.

On Mother's Day! On :Mother' Little Housemaids hear the children and also the sermonon

Day. l (A Watton)-Natalie Jones, :Mamie "Why We Love Our Mothers." .

-. -. .- .- .---.- -.-. -. Howard, Estelle spires, Viola Townsend Wear a white flower for the departed
Blanche Warren, Ruble! Handle -
mother, red flower if the motheris -
or a
FLORIDA!' WEEKLY REVIEW INPl'STRIAL ), Mamie Joe Warren and Carolyn hero Bible school and communion ---cr4q(5 C)

Duncan.What the Trouble was-(Lewis A, at l 10< to 11 a. m. Mother's Day pro-
cram at 11 a. m. Sermon at 8 p. m.
. Avon Park--Avon Park Sash & I Walker)-E tolle Spires.Napoleon's : Subject: Why Be a Christian Only) ? c
: Door Co. to open plant employing 30, Last Charge(Ft T. All invited to come.

I'ftple. I Paul)-Aubrey DUMan.j .
j Those receiving diploma. were: ST. MVRK'S CIll'RCH Baptist Church Episcopal Church
Winter Ilav'en $327,000 bond is I Bernice Mizelle, Amelia Harper,

sue voted for road construction. I Mary Varnes, Bertha McCall, Estelle The service for the Fourth Sun Christian Church
Spires, Ethel Spires, Tommy Dowl- day after Easter will be at 8 p. m. Methodist Church
St. Andrew Work of
deepening Wilbur Townsend, Harry Rogers, We are still in the Easter season. :
approach: to at, Andrew bay pro- Claude. Dowling, Albert Dowlinll.I Jesus has not vet ascended and appears Presbyterian Church

ceeding rapidl: I lan'heVarren., Mme D, TawnaenJ. to the disciples, at various J

Clearwater Modern business .I I.IV.. Jomiho, has been totting' times' We thus see our fond in his

building to I i"Jt up on South Osce- 'I' his family here for u ,'..up'.. of weeks different relations In mankInd. First ru n
ola avenue. returned! t" Tampa }h>nda Mr Jones wo think if him in the v. "" of ob -S2S2S2S2S2S2S2S2 Sr' x7C7S7S7tt'7SS74C7C7 C7 C7S7x -yr-.yxS7 S7S7S704S70C7S'L ,


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