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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02329
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| Jury riiico I to Take AllegnHe JOURNALISM Company will open an engagement ,
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in Starka which ,
&,nq, Sa>''', If There la lint Monday night 5

Any Truth In Tlw-m. CLASS HERE will continue throughout the WCIE'k'l ." S kS I A total of .153.1)38: ) quarts, or 62
In their big waterproof canvas) i S
of 180 bushels each of straw
I theatre which has been erected on cars
April 13.-"If I am Professor O. berrlEWE're" shipped from the !
iota I{. Armstrong, who I the lot next to tho Bradford County .5' *.'
of the has charge 'S Stnrke-Lawtey district for tho S
.ji one tenth charges of the school of journalism Telegraph' olllce.

against me by Doyle Carlton' University of Florida, Mr. Elmer: Lnzone and MnrluDoQnffeielly 'V. wepk ending Wednesday by freight I

She !mould go to the grand : Gainesville, brought his class to managers of the and express bringing the reason'stotal
Starke Monday afternoon I past the million and a half t
and with
mil) tils!! Information. This I company have been known ton'
be the patriotic thing to the assistance of the Telegraphforce many years to residents of Starke mark Of the total fpr the week ,

Jhiu did Dr. Fons A. Hathaofutc showed them the workings of .._-' _.. _ and surrounding> towns as Is nlso S.'S the Lawtey district shipped 45 .
made against a country newspaper plant. Methods Wanda Williams who Is featured cars Starke representing the 4iUOVt'IIt'mut 4//
charges "Highways are happy days", for II hat "there was "waste and of handling news from the they roll along in their Pierce Arr ow They are the twins, only a ns leading lady with this at. by express '
of money" by I[time it reached the front office until the Second of these clnv- Average price for week 25o
9 expenditure part of the twenty-Hve co-eds wh o will visit our city during traction. support ; t

ute rood department when he It was placed before the readers Annual Journalistic Rxpedl tlou ot .Oklahoma. City University. er people an extellent cast hat I quart. reported, 1,193,720quints. ( s.: ,
In a completed demonstrated -- -- --- Previously
before several hundred' per paper was been engage*.!. Several of them- S 4,. fl
Mlra Mar auditoriumight as well as the manner selves have been Identified with I Carolyn names director of publicity t .
il the, in which the business end of the Oklahoma Co-eds To Visit Starke this company( for several years and\ ( of the Second Annual JotirnallHtlr Total to date 1.547,85(1( quarts.

paper was conducted. The students i (Expedition; of Oklahoma KerelpU.to date $454.334.00. ,
-- are also strong favorites with lo'all ,
For Political Purposes City University, smiles as she poses Other truck crops are beginning
Hathaway spoke before a paid keen attention to every Hello Florida! here we comet "Athens of Florida" with its port theatre-goers. One of the distinctfeatures I for the photographer. Carolyn l Is from both platforms Y
to move
llled auditorium, many mores them.detail as it was explained to Was the song of 25) eds and coeds centers au.t they plan to swim in of each performance I Is theorchestra one of tho twenty-five trippers who beans. showing A steady Increase \ '
than last of Oklahoma City University the Atlantic Ocean at Daytona which ia under the leadership -
present on
being will visit our city during their two Jully. Car: lot shipments of beans ,,
.y night when Mr. Carlton,, ns they left April 17th on a two Beach. Aafter a stop at St. Aug- of Mr. H Lee Allen, who weeks jaunt through the south will start! from Lawtey next week,

ling at the same place, RKSOLUTIONH: ON DKATH OFSOVEREIGNS weeks tour of Southern States. ustine the group will return to' needs no introduction to local people. from present Indications.

Iht a series of charges against FRANK CHASK Those making the trip are journalIsm Jacksonville. They will have seen Th Irty.fi ve members comprise C u; .

|(ad of the state road depart- AND: U.\!'\\I UI: 8AHSKR: students and it is known as Spanish moss Covering great pines the roster of the Williams Memorial Day Will -S .

Mr Hathaway did not ridl- : ,the Second Annual Journalistic and some of th. finest citrus grovesin Stock Company. Western Union

he charges. He had announc- Whereas, we; are dally reminded Expedition.The 1 the world; they will have seen A line of plays has been electedto Be Observed Here

| would refute them and sev- that It Is given unto all men to purpose, 01: tne trip is to some ot the loveliest lakes and forests meet the approval of particular Uptown Office :,

liundrcd persons listened as die, and whereas, in accordance study news writing and enditlng in the United States; and they patrons and during the action of

ad builder and educator deed with this divine law It has pleased under varying conditions. Last will have been on the Gulf and on plays and between the acts each Roll. 1'0 I.. OilNklilM, HHMtkei -- .

such charges as liese the great Olver ot life, to bringto year the men of the department the Atlantic ocean. night singing and dancing\ specialties of, limo Day. The new uptown office of the

\ charges are being made for a close the earthly existence of I travelled through Mexico where As a means of emphasizing the augmented by a background Western Union In the telephone Its ,, 4
received
friends and Frank be Introduc- exchange building j
sovereigns
our of chorus beauty/wlll
_ng but political purposes for Chase and Daniel Sasser and they had an opportunity of studyIng journalistic side of the expedition, Memorial Day will be observed finishing touches lust week; and i III '

Bone knows that the books of Whereas, while we deplore these Journalistic efforts under very letters have been sent Inviting tbeeditors" i ed.The opening play will bo here next Thursday, the 26th Inst., ''I now one of the most modern little .
road department are op- different circumstances from those of papers in every town the exercises( being under the auspices fr
Rate In the entire ,
sad departures from our forest, "Smiles," 'a three-act comedy, offices to be found .
i the public" Mr. Hathaway seen at home. The trip this year through which the group passes on of the W. T. Weeks Chapter, spared by .'
to tremendous No was
we nevertheless are constrained has scored a state. expense
which
["Cailton has misrepresented belongs to the girls. but four boys the entire trip to visit their special U. I). C. every '
In providing
the fact that it is His long Broadway the company
recognize during a
acts and he cannot get his from the university were very car when It is In that town. It success A well arranged program will ample t .'
do and to submit. at one of themo.t convenience for Its patrons,
will to ours and is present
oft the rear end of a Ford. thrilled to be allowed to accompany -''Is planned that In this way the run, be given at the. high school auditorium desks being ,
stock writing
Therefore we all Friends Camp of the big city\ space and
hat Is where he is going to be, them.. Now that the trip has journalists may meet many editors popular thru- at two-fifteen in the afternoon lobby The new of-.
Worldin found In the
the
No. 138 Woodmen of Admission prices
ia rear end of a Ford, while begun, however, the boys are won- and discuss with them different offerings. IGc with lion. Perse L. Gas- the official okeh S
assembled, do resolve and the engagement will be flee was given
record of achievementon. camp dering If they the positions problems and policies. Before out of the day. Mr. ,'.'
'lean bow with humility to this sad affliction occupy 35c. Elsewhere In this Issue kins as speaker' Wednesday when It was Inspected
and
." of favored escorts or of merely leaving on thf trip these young Gasklns formerly live*! here with Cheathem superintend :, ''r ,
,
and we also further resolve will be found an advertisement by J. B. .
chief Interest perhaps, to thence humble Redcaps. journalists made up ten thousand his parents and has many friends Florida division Western Union ,
rend.
fellowship to ant
series otjtlonV to thus express our the time they gone copies of a bulletin which they are which It will pay you anticipating .
last night was a During are homeof who are pleasantly Company. New office ,
the Telegraph
to the surviving is really
asked Dr. Hathaway and'; sympathy : the students are going to work In distributing on the tour. This bul- Since Starke It seemsnot hearing him on this occasion. The hours have been set from 8 i ,
Times yesterday'afternoon.. relatives of our departed shifts and publish five editions ofa letin was made In the form of a the Williams Company, music will be' under the direction S r",
e brother sovereigns and to have unlikely that amusement lovers a. m. to 0 p. m.
lithawaydeclared that news- complete ,newspaper. Typewriters mlnature newspaper containing information ot Miss Ethel Griffin and Mr. A.M. .'
l-s publishing these '' ues- these resolutions conveyed to the and a mimeograph machine are about the group, and of Starke and vicinity will turn to Wall. The program Is as follows %%,hIl, :.O'V M\KK! : RACK: r,

are being paid to ask them.If families, also spread on the record Installed In their special car and i the school and state they. repre- out in full force Monday night !: -

I answered them," Dr. ot our camp and printed in the one compartment will serve at.the me nt. : welcom.e the appearance of these Instrumental solo- Miss Ethel Appi'eclating deeply tho interest '.' .

way remarked, "these papersII Telegraph, where all may read.II. news office. These young Journalists Newspapers throughout the players. Orlllln. my friend! have taken in urgingme
M. Snyder, opportunities South running stories and cuts Come!"- to make the race for Superintendent .
have
not receive any more money will. splendid are :MRH. X. I II. O'KEM.KY: : Chorus, "Hero They
taking them." This reply J. W. Morgan, for unusual Interviews and ex ot the expedition and it is being IS: R1-HM'H'TEI] : :I> PHEHIOKNTOl :I :: Ely pupils of the II. II. S., directed of Public InstrucUun. and Y

fetit forth rounds of applause. A. .J,.Grlffls, Com. periences. ,- featured by new reels all over the -' It\PTIttT INSTiTUTEJacksonville. by Mrs. A. E. Wall. i having promised to announce my h.

I to show how ridiculous these .. Those who left on the tour are; country., InvocationRov.. I':. M Rooks. decision In this week's issue of the .

lions are," he continued, ''Ipnswer'one NAVAL STORES 8TCDV Professor Gilbert I. Garretson, S April 13.-Mrs. N. Quartette--Mrs. A. 7.. Aklim, : Telegraph after careful considerau'!

of the series which AT HTARKK STATION head of the journalism department I.()ms HARN MY IKK B O'Kelloy of Jacksonville was reelected Mrs. J, fl. Hutler 1Ir. .1I. A.lfl. Wall, ion, 1 find It Impossible' to t'nterthe I f

II red' in print In your local of Oklahoma City University; Miss president of the Divisional and Miss Ethel, Grllllu, rue at this tlnia. .I, ,

noon paper. The question Tallahassee, April 17.-The only Lena Mlsner, Dean of Women; Frank Peterson suffered the loss Institute at the closing day's session Illtrotm.tory'rernlll'ks! -- Mlis Again thanking: them for their ..at:

4 to know if I w.ould, if gov- experiment station In the United Kxa Alexander, President of the of his dairy barn and equipmentby held yesterday 1 lu tho Main' Amelia JImmy, President ofV.. T. loyalty, I am, S

", keep in my employ a state States which Is carrying on research Journalism latib; Irma Simpson, fire Monday night, the blaze Street Baptist church. Weekn. Chapter, U. I). O. Most sincerely ii

head drawing a salary of $8- work III naval stores is located Director of Promotion; Carolyn being discovered at 1130.; In ad- "Other oHlcera chosen were as Vocal slo--Mrs. J. B. I lull or. MRS. LOUIS H HILL.

per year and traveling ex- at Starke. Investigations Barnes, Director of Publicity: dition to a considerable quantityof follows: Mrs. W. A. Brothers, Medley of Southern Airs--John : !)lI.uJ.\a--: --mSIllI-Sel1-: ---: .
show I"UU
's, Including; a Cadillac car, conducted at this station Catherine Schumaker, Helen Bar- feed the car in which he made Jacksonville vice: president; Mrs.J. James Rooks Sunshine and Mildred -
conclusively that It 'does not pay Wanda Darrett, Marietta Williams his deliveries was consumed: by Newberry, secretary .
11 such a chairman, and so on. rett, H. Northfleet, hiun.hiey.Addresslion. J. W. Morgan residence on
iw $7,500 a year, drive a: In the long run to drain turpentinetrees the I' Doris Wilson Virginia Car the a111811. The fire Is believed to and treasurer; Mrs. J. P'. Perso L. Cask Walnut The street, occupied by Mr. and

k roadster which I purchased too young. The larger ter, Geraldine McCabe Virginia have 'started from a brooder located Vagts, Gainesville, young people's Ins. Mrs. T. J. Alderman was badly
of dip
tree the greater percentage: Marlow, Re- in the building. Loan partially M. Miles. Lake "Humanity's Call to
he one-third-down plan and much ;'Godfrey, Marguerite counsellor; Mrs. K. Chorus, damaged by fire Friday afternoon .4 ,
B for the balance." Roars of I I to scape. Since ot the dip'is it Is I na hayden, EIReno; Genevlve' covered by .insurance. 'City, chorister; Mrs. D. N. Greene, America,"-By pupils of the II.H. he( roof und tipper floors being I
,
turpentine
Uer and applause greeted the richer in spirits Greer. Davis, Oklahoma. Carl S i Lake City, stewardship chairman; S. gutted by the (lames before 1- 4

er at the close of Ills reIs more desirable. WooUward, Business Manager; FAMILY REUNION AT Mrs. G. C. White, Starke, personal Benediction. brought under control by the fire S

S Daryl McAllister, Director of En- IIROOKER service chairman; Mrs. A. V. Pick- After the exercises at tho school The greater portion ot
ANNOUNCES: "OH bCIIOOL Harold Koerner, study chairman the Daughters of the company. .
ItidcleraHathaway tertainment; and -- eln, Trenton, mission auditorium furnishings were removed' from Q

UC''llonMlblo' admitted that on HOARD Oklahoma City; Edwin Hessel. A family reunion:., was given at ; Mrs. S. P. GetzBii. Newberry, Confederacy, and friends will go the the building. ;1

did Hitchcock, Oklahoma. the home of Mrs. A. J, Pinholster, publicity chairman; Mrs. F. J. out to Crosby cemetery and decorate firs truck had Its first 4'run
al occasions not always TIle new
i In
L. W. Klckllter announces The trip is being conducted under of Brooker Sunday the occasion Hammond, Hawthorne, chairman the graves of all soldiers morning of this '
the Thursday
low bidder receive con- this Issue for re-election as a member the auspices of the Chamberof being the eighty-third birthday of of Margaret fund; Mrs. K. A. McDowell I The U. D. C. requests the public the alarm was turned '
when
the con-
of week
on certain parts Trail. He of the school board; from District Commerce. State of Oklahoma, her mother, Mrs. E. E. Baxter. All Lake Butler, training to send flowers to the school house, roof blaze: en a residencenear j
for a
tlon of the Tamlaml in
No. One. Mr. Klckllter has and the Florida State Chamber of of Mrs. Baxter's children were school chairman; Mrs. N. C. where they will be received by a The lilnzo was extinguished l
Florida the park.
red that the people building of ot served In this capacity for- several Commerce* A large part of actual present except one son, G. W. Baxter Wamboldt, Jacksonville, member committee, and used for decorationat by the UHO of the bund I

demanding the terms. done at night In Georgia. committee for state the .j .'
traveling is being of Hortense, of nominating the cemetery. tanks carried on ,
Trail, that the road depart The fourth candidate to an order that the days may be spentin Mrs. Baxter Is the widow of convention. The J, J, Dickinson CampU. C. chemical r .

saved money by awarding nounce for representative in the sight-seeing. The group left Wiley Bates Baxter and has beena A feature of yesterday morn V., will be entertained at luncheon truck ._ _ 1

acts to responsible bidders state legislature Is O. W. Hazen: Oklahoma City Tuesday night resident of Bradford county for ing's program: was the address given at 12:30 o'clock by the local chapter OAI'TfHEM: MONSTER I : STILL j

ad of some contractors who of Brooker, whose announcement April 17. The itinerary of the expedition the past fifty years. Those pres- by Miss Rose Barlowe, a return U. D. C., and after luncheon 1' _

not responsible and he de- appears in this Issue. calls for a stop-over of a ent on this occasion were: Mr. and ed missionary from Shanghai. the veterans will proceed to the Sheriff Epperson and deputies

<1 that the road department S '.lay in Memphis, where they are to Mrs. J. D. Baxter, Miss Josephine Choosing as her subject China as : school auditorium. Mrs. J. W. Andrews made a visit to the Graham section

wisely for the reason that NEW FIRE TRUCK ACCKPTED be entertained by the Memphis Chesser Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galn- a Missionary Challenge, Miss Mar- | Jr. and Mrs. L. A Davis) taut Friday and locate-' a.200.allon '

Iran) is to be completed the Chamber of Commerce and news- ey, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Galney, Mr. low gave in a vivid manner a detailed -I will be hostesses at the luncheon. still In operation. Forty ,
,
iy fifth of this month, more I Starke's new fire engine arrived papers; and then to Mobile for a and Mrs. A. B. Crosby, T. B. Pin- account of the work in ----. barrel of mash were poured out .

a month ahead of the ached Saturday and was unloaded Mon half a day in Mobile, and arrival holster, Mrs. A. J. Plnholnter and China, particularly with referenceto RAIUIOD ,COM3III'451N.VISITOR and the barrels destroyed<< by pouring *

III'> completion. day by a representative from tbI.aFrance In Jacksonville, Florida, Saturday Miss Lubedla. Plnholster, all of her own station; she told of Kit:. A part of the seized moonshine

a head of the state road de- Company who put It morning. From Jacksonville the Brooker; Mrs. W. A. Tillls of conditions In general, and urged of on them and setting the,niasa afire. ,

nent' refuted the charges of: through its paces Tuesday for the will be taken on a six-day : Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. the needs of her own field. lion. A. S. WelU. chairman : The copper still was brought to the .
group
,
io' brought against him by : benefit of city officials. The new bus tour through Florida as the 'Andreu, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. An- Mrs. H C. Peel man gave the the Florida Railroad Commission the courthouse where It was rendered ,'f _

'aillonwho has gathered to- : engine is guaranteed to pump 750 guests of the Florida State Cham- I I dreu, .and children, and Mr. and outstanding address of the after- was a visitor. to Starke who'during Is candidate I useless for further brewing by ,

r ;.tatlstlca in an attempt to gallons o*)water a minute and at ber of Commerce. Mrs. W. W. Baxter of Jacksonville noon on 'the topic of Assets and past week. Mr. Wells axes
wh >reby "repair Jobs on au- held on the bridge of Alligator will be W. Baxter Woman's for re-election,. has given evidently mistookthe
the test On the tour the students ; Mr. and Mrs. S. ; Liabilities of the Baptist The operator ..
..IV cost more than the price creek the two lines of hose entertained at Baldwin and Gaines and daughters, Polly Mae and IrIs Missionary Union. She also led the people of Florida eight and yearsof Is raiding party for customers j

I'' 11 car." He declared that as delivered 803 gallons of water a I ville. In Marion county they visIt and Mrs. Hagan; Werthering- the informal discussion of plans highly efficient service bettering a..* he met part of the force at the __ __

i\l he gathered together the minute at 120 pounds pressure.The Silver Springs with Us famous ton, J. W. Pinbolster, G. C. Rogers ;- which followed this talk. taking au active part In edge, of the bay with a five gallon '
Florida .
''U I which prove these charges truck is the latest manufactured under.water Garden of the Gods. and R.V.. Knight, all of Every feature of the 2-day meetIng hipping conditions for bottle of the swamp tea. When he ,

1 K. Mr Carlton now says the by the LaFrance Company At Ocala they will see the fields of Tampa. was successful and interesting.The growers.: He la well known of over his recognized the sheriff he dropped 5 _


''PP ment claims this without to use in fighting fire. The Easter mine and at Dunnelloa the phosphate BAPTIST : the report showed enthusiastic excellent record his friends succeed predict brush. His progress through the

i")- -or knowing-that mem- S-cylinder engine of 115 horse mines. The students are to I progress In the work of the organ- he will be elected to swamp could be heard for several J t _
of the unlimited power Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. F. himself by a handsome majority. of the party ...
road department are power delivers of the Florida State University ization. minutes, members) .
be guests
r bond," Mr. Hathaway de- and the equipment Is the same as for Men at Gainesville. Klckliter, IUpt.WorBhlp I S HC'IIEUULK S: :- said water mud and logs failing .
,1. for heavy at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. METHODISTSunday : TRAIN flight and 1.
"Me knows but slander and furnished with trucks Tampa to St. Petersburg : to check his headlong .m _
From is
"Herein ,
Ringing! something I have duty In large cities. will cross the great Candy Morning subject changes 12.01 a.m. he made his escape.
they "The Our schedule
subject, Sunday morning
Love. Evening school, .
attempted and before doing back to Piney and '
would resign from the race." Bought to attack him by going; into bridge, then ferry there the tour roesdowlI ; Judgment Day." at 10:00: o'clock, L. A. Davis, supt. Sun-Jay, April follows 15th 1928: l.n" SnYTfIU.\S: _
From
lathaway courts with charges that his Point. Wednesjay>.lenlce at 8 p. m. Sunday school day services will trains will run as -
declared tbe race the The due
Sarasota. ,
between himself and Sydney department wasted money by not the coast to entertained at B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. on Sun- be held Sunday morning at 11:00: No.1, southbound local The Presbytery met with the _

>"B. with Carlton not having giving contracts at all times to low group Is also to be Lake Wales day. o'clock. This Is a great day In our Stark; 11.18 p. m. due Starka Presbyterian church on ,4
local ,
Park,
Avon southbound 1 j
moat
Late. bidders. "The state supreme court Arcadia visit the church life and activity. A splendid No. 11. Tuesday an4 Wednesday, In a
action. Is that not and Lakeland, where they EUNICE'COOPEHLittle will be rendered. The Starke, 10.23 a. m. enjoyable session. A full notice I,
ou program
people of this4 section upheld our
re-
due
limited, .
great orange groves.; No. 107, southbound will be given la
what the Tamlaml Trail hast enough?" he asked.Dr. of the expedition Infant public Is cordially Invited. ot this meeting __
the members Eunice Cooper, -
of m.
introduced by All afternoon Starke, 1.20 p.
was League Sunday weeks paper.
to Junior next _
you already'and what it Hathaway have many opportunities Mr. and Mrs Grace local due '
,
will of
Bacon. "It Is' with daughter at 2:30 o'clock. Miss Fred- 1 No. 2 Northbound Church services will be held as ,
:
Bean to and It will Mayor E. J. '
you, you for meeting outstanding peo- Cooper, passed away Saturday, 5.35 m.
that I Introduce Struth supt. Starke, a. next Sunday. I _
nvrnigate you will learn that I the greatest pleasure who has really ple. Plans have been made for April 17th at the home of Its par rlcka afternoon at No. 12 northbound local due, usual
tate' only man Ill-League Sunday i .
road department by acts the Zack Miller In ADVERTISERS
to visit Colonel ents. Interment was made 3:34 m. NOTICE TO
want, Mayor them o'clock Mr. .E. M. Rooks, 'Starke, : p.
we 3:00 ,
it what
did: saved time and mon1 given us Rlngllng of Sunday : due
pleasure to of Oklahoma, John Kingsley lake cemetery, I No. 108 northbound limited, !t .
building the Trail," Dr. ,Bacon said. "It Is a the next Rlngling Brothers. Rex Beach and April 8 tL. Beside the parents.thoce supt. League Sunday Starke, 5:44 p. m.Wannee Classified ana other small aid l t

away s&ld< "NOW Mr. Carlton. Introduce to you tonight" said. On other Interesting personalities. At surviving' ; are three brothers, Senior Epworth Branch vartlstng Items are cash with the ,,

tes I acted wrong' abandonthe -' governor ot,Florida Dr., he Hathaway all places where the expeditionstops and three slater evening at 7:15 worship o'clock.Sunday evening No. 101 leaves Starke 8:30: a. order, the only exception belnc ', ________
old railroad!! crossing the platform with the Director of Entertainment a Evening where advertiser has an account

'*. I win not Mlance human rare, Mayor Bacon, George Prince Oeo.D. will be In charge. of putting; Mi. Jim Douglass of the Wynne- at 8:00 o'clock, with sermon m.No.. 102 arrive Starke, 2:10 p. already open. The small amount j _

against.dollars KVny time,* Guy Ragan, Herbert Sawyer. expressive of student Douglass Chevrolet Co., of Ala- by the pastor. doe not permit of charging; and, .
iclared. Round applause Lindsay. E. P. Greene memberof on programs chua was ft visitor to Starka Mid-week devotion Wednesday m. of collection.r .
and and..tudent life. o'clock. T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. cost
department : 8:00
neers greeted his declaration. the state road At DeLand they will sea the Thursday afternoon. evening :

explained that opponents H. S. Smith.
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Howdy friends Noblemen an'j the pearly Ku/ \, ., 'W1!*
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School i
Bradford High a, 'i''

fellow Line Writer's! There sure I CATTS-JONES INCIDENT NOT HURRIED putting"What her tin rl,",mi, ll, h.' *

Is a bunch of students working was ) (?1" 'II /

Journal hard every afternoon this week- -:; 1\'N.t.1 tlonal information Is desired all Inquired. uhf
lt<>|M>rt In Full Grovflaml "Men cal i'I,
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not studylng--don't misunderstand the "I,, ,
witnessed
no of whom heard and Nomination of Florida Man Is AIlowid I rut
O ing Male by rA'J.lon'nn. she tittered. *(
wouldn't do
us, as we any mander.Leesburg. entire occurrence: "Slow 1'rogerss.Washington .

n x i I EdItor-In-Chlef ____________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN thing quite so degrading as that. "It. P. Seaver Iloy L. Lasslter.Prrfessor "I'm sorry i','lt "n
No. we're Just preparing ourselves Clermont Mayor the paving WI, tro
; Aisoclate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS for future rapid fire writing as April 15.-Investigation A. M. Dozier Davis and Arthur; W April 7.Becauseof bere."Amerll-u. II, ,1.1"n, clot"t ,:

______ ELMER McMILLAN when we are presidents (secretaries of the facts and circumstance; the Oiaphic, the possibility of a majority anda It,.
Sports Editor ______________ Newett publisher of "Yes." sail! -
) of some large firm of Law- surrounding resolutions adopted Groveland." iIHXTKOY minority report on the recent u ,'p"'""
JUNIOR McDONELL stood at th *
Eldtor i
Joke
W =-------:-: ------- tey or maybe Brooker. Yesterday: and circulated by Eugene: Bryant nomination of Frank Clark of hdwi| ',''l!
purchasing ,..
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if he at
Jackson
"Mac" asked Miss Post of the American Legion Florida to be a member of the fed- you." I ''II

a d YOl'll lXIIOOIXI) ALCO1IOL crowded with whirling machinery, could ask her u question about a Clermont In relation to the attack I cow his friends "''
commission 'hat
,
tariff will ,'
,
"I electric power-lines) and a tragedy. "Yes". "Well, I Just wanted on Rev. John Page .(ones made at eral '''I', d our sick
b to know my history grade for Groveland by Rev Sidney J. Catts, Practically every pecan grove In are not pushing action at this time man faint i

i. Thin unusually interesting es hundred million pedestrians hour dodg of this month." candidate< for governor of Florida [t Bradford county to some extent by the senate finance committee "Five hllll'll'd., I II. !' :
engines "You'll
every hll\
ing speeding ,
Our "line" yesterday was "A 011 the occasion
1Jt1
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f say treating the liquor problem day! a little" ,
t Ii every thing of beauty Is a Joy forever." speaking engagement; in that place. t the twig glrdler although the pres- pending consldeiatlon rpl'I"1! II I)," '
en
., t the was written What place has alcohol in thin I agent" I had ., '' !
ana' young man
thinking its of the Insect Is most noticeable believed that the "r
.. Wall according tn our Instilute-,1 by Howard B. MacFar- i ence It is hoped and ""dk
whirlwind of modern machinery;? I undertaker."
!I by Henry l.olIa Smith a studentof all according to whether the | lane, of Tampa commander of the In the late summer and early committee will be able to agree to

1's l. Wellington and Leo University Alcohol makes'every driver a possible "thing of beauty" is a blonde or department of Florida of the I legion rail when !it is in the active stage a unanimous favorable report but -- ---
e homicide makes Irate Custom,
every poJestrlnn
: \Ve hope every student will road victim makes brunette. Leo Hughes complainedthat and, In charge of Justin Lang of destructive work. It does a right now there Is opposition to u",leI.!
a possible ,
r 1 this splendid article: be couldn't sleep last night, lily, of Leesburg commander of great deal of damage by cutting such action and for this reason the led chicken' \ \ '
'I school-going child a posslbla piece chli, ,
c .. A "Single'' :' 1"lh'hJurolI""II:: every salt! that the curtain was up and Grover C. Mahoney post and state off numerous twigs from the young matter Is allowed to drag along. A I o I< M I ,I'

r s \.j With only room Tor n hundred inanity( and every crowded slaughter-street that he couldn't reach all the way executive'! committee-man, led to I and old trees. Other trees are attacked minority report would be sure ta : Walter ( with/ .I h,. ,,,tit
and roadway a possible patience
h clone-packed sentences I am omlt- across the street to pull it -Jowii. wire report last night from Mr.Langllle by the glrdler but the most precipitate a fight on his confirmation ) : HOI M r ht

Y ling for the) present any ilisruHHlon I 1 I house.If the wisdom of our fathers 'I According/ to !Mrs. White if nil the to Mr. !tcFarIane' stat II Injurious effects are conspicuous whereas a unanimous report must have bn"I i 'i-

of the 18th Amendment and if.ll, ruled out alcohol as a deadly danger -I Algebra brains in Bradford high ing. In substance, that a personal on the hickory and pecan. The would mean confirmation without -- ---

{ "wet" or "Jry" propaganda To the and : were stretched across: the world survey of the (Ciroveland-Clermont twigs are cut for the purpose of struggle..
In the day of wagon
A J you as an ambitions' / young American ; and the scaUert-J I laid( end to end they would reach section of Lake county had convinced laying eggs which are Inserted beneath The finance committee is meet- :

aiming nt ,rd, united leadership farmhouses the trolley-car of their vegetative age, all the way across a pencil mark. him public spntl'Jn.nt Is almost 1 j the bark near the base of Ing dally in the consideration of Say it with Flow

i and rai>!
and citizenship 1 present thin perMonul Ily that will bring It back in this that we have In our midst a man of the attitude In the matter are laid the female severs the been no opposition to Mr. Cdark's Al

a t question: age of the airplane and the auto? of wonderous possibilities? Naya assumed by Eugene Bryant Post. twig In order that the eggs may confirmation his nomination would Occasions

What will you us an Individual If ever expect to drive or man that is a most wonderouo In an Interview last night I'ost hatch and develop In the dead have been acted upon several daysor

14 t' do with the liquor-problem? lie | walk you or travel on the earth on man he who has done the Impossible. ; Commander Langlllo stressed the wood. They are unable to develop a week ago.

'., man enough to form an Inflexible the water or In the air, then have he has done that thing that fact that there was no partisan on wood containing sap. The eggs Gertrude GodberAndrson ;

; decision. enough to let alcohol alone. I nil Bradford high students long to animus In the proceeding, of the j hatch and remain in the twig as a She: And what Is your profession -
sense
r To You UM IH I",lIvl,11I1I1Your It Is an untamed devil In this age I doyea even so- he spoke out of Clermont post "As a matter of 1 larva until about August when ? !

y ys 1 Individual personality U of machinery.I turn. Interrupted one of our most 'fI1"t." Mr. Lungllje) said "If Dr. they emerge as adult glrdlers and He: I'm an army officer.

A ( t a a marvelous combination of body .- beloved teachers and---" ldn't get W. A. MacKenzie Dr. Fonts A. begin their destructive work again. She: Army? What army? I Phone 39 j

s mind and spirit In body, yon area :0 I TOIt.VllXI llosHS: AOAIX u Mingle demerit." i Hathaway Hon. Doyle) Carlton The simplest most practical and didn't know we were at war with Waldo'

mere sauna with an animal'spowers The) other day Kewple was In /""". John S. Taylor (1 en. T. T. 1 best method of control of this insect anyone.-West Point Pointer. ..-.-,-.- -.-- ,

r Vr e appetites, wuaknallaea'i I I The Tornado losing/ streak that Jax to see u show and a cop halleJhim. \ Appleyord or Mr. i'linl Deacon had is to gather the severed twigs --- .-- -
anlnfconlxms and passions ; In In- through the took Ms winter an.l '4 1 "'" IHIIiriillllllltlUIIIIIIIMIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllll/ lllllMIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllllilllin' II! i 'ii I
i has extended /: past Before the cop 1 performed In Groveland as did during the fall and 'R1

I tells( rt. you are a marvel of power weeks of base hall games la i name he asked him where he was Ilev. Carts, I am fully convincedthat I burn them; thereby destroying HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE

and reason above the farthest not yet broken. lirooker! again; from and what lie had done. the Clermont Legion post them in the larva stage, and preventing j

) reach of the animal kingdom; In proved the nemesis for the home I "Officer. I didn't do a thing I would have taken similar steps." the generation from de-

Moral nature you aro an Immortal nine. In a G-lnnlng tilt played on 0' only drove down a one-way street Detailed account of the incident i 1 veloplng. If the twigs have not I

being allied with Cod UlniRelf. Of the Urooker din nUIII'J! last S.itur- the wrong way with my arm as furnished to Mr. Langllle by a I been gathered now is the time to

." \ all your power and oHtlblllllesthe > ) I day. Hy a lute rally the lllcks around u girl drove past three prominent official( of the Clermont i''do It. It there are adjacent hlck- STAUKE FLORIDA

j ? ; ( '"' the noblest lit. yon!' individual ability | overcame an early lead piled up red lights, scare) a cop almost post Is as follows: "Upon learn- jkory or persimmon trees infested a* ,

to control and widely utilize the locals and wound up again vlc- crazy!: and then bumped\ into a patrol lug that Sidney J. Catts was to (I with the same pest the cut twigs I Represents the Rest Lending Insurance Companies

't i ': yourself ant your three-fold na I I tot-Ions. wagon; and I'm from Starke. speak In Groveland Rev. John of those should also be destroyed. f FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BONI; LIAIU:

ir'd'I ture. "Mac" McMillan pitched the entire "Well, drive on" said the cop. Page Jones an3' a number of other | Gather an.l burn the twigs--slay

"I ; Your PoHhtMlllloH.Five 1 t! game for the Tornado. lie "I thought you had done some- Clermont people made the sixmiledrive this destructive pest while he I ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY::

{ glorious assets enable you twirled a right: nice game; up until thing." to hear his speech. During I] sleeps ';"msmisnlslmmnmmnalaolmmisnslmisnluuamnmislmusuutomnmullllll' nesmon""'mini n i.,.,.". }II
I to rise above the .brute, and ally the last two I innings, when the the course of this speech, Mr. !
with, the dlvlns. IS. 11. H. lir.NKMIHB
yourself rirooker bats begun waving, and Catts charged\ Hint teachers of the .
1 } The first la your Mod-given In- while they started a little later Florence--What Insect lives State College for Women were I II

l tolluct, your power to comprehend, than usual once they got going on the last food? teaching! 'tree love' and 'bolshev- I

i ;, reason, analyze. predict, Invent; '(I "Mac" found himself Just as helpless Kstelle: K.-The moth. It eats Ism' and other unprintable things.
to plan organize, construct holes. 0 Service Station No. 2
1 1 your ability under their onslaught as dlil: "Mr. Jones quietly walked toward : Supreme
; r transform create. The first lirooker played -
y ; } 1 Redgrave when the truck upon which Mr
alcohol poisons and benumbs Miss Jackson-What Is tbe.rel .
y' touch of i hero the proceeding Saturday. Catts was standing and asked ,
brain. Prinking alcohol .I. lion between food and work?
your I Ills support) was Improved overformer
I where he got his Information. Mr. I
a'
turns a human being into In fact the Monk D.-No work no food no I
appearances. Catts replied that he had his Information -
l''' biibhKllnR; Idiot a brainless line- I Tornado ulleld U looking better work. In pamphlet form and

6)) { i4 I &cite a helpless and senseless logIn and better each game.; A shift In knew what ho was talking about.
form and often Into an These are actual quotations from
i ; human made which sent
\
the InflelJ was I
Mr. Jones replied that he hal personally II
? u noon I rolled brute, the helpless. ''Raymond to (third, Uedgrave at some high school examination pa Investigated those charges I
of animal impulses! This lathe lettileld.! lerR-not, however from those of '
prey first and McDonell) In to'
"I at Tallahassee and found them
i effect of alcohol on your God llra.lford students we are glad to I '
h this redlcal change was
However,
be untrue. Mr. Catts then asked
j given; Intellect I the absence of several regulars .
tu
( say.A Mr. Jones who he was.
: t A second aa et I lit your marvelous 'and Is not permanent. blizzard Is the Inside of a hen. I "Mr. Jones stated that he 'was

r r II body, complex engine whoso! I Tommy Williams kept up his A circle Is a round straight line pastor of Grace Baptist church,
abounding health bud bouyunt vig- with a hole In the middle.
;
( streak by turning In two
hitting hen
Vy
Clermont. Mr. Catts yelled I
or and vitality make every day's i and double while he accounted George Washington married I
i singles a :
h know what I say Is true and if
experience a fresh delight.! Tho. two of the Tornado Mary CIII.tlS and, In due time be-
for
'!I
yon say that it is not true area I
touch of alcohol makes aman's the father of his country. you I
first close cume
I
; ; Redgrave followed on '
runs.
I :j: liar! Mr. Jones made no reply :
machine hedgehog -
)body a crippled) Sixty gallons made one I
I i I his heels with two singles to this and withdrew to the edge
A /' Alcohol Is the direct cause of the 1|I However. Aubrey Penney, heretofore of the crowd Upon turning around'
which wreck formed by people i Low Prices
a leRenerallve; anp be Georgia was ODI
to
weak hitter proved
I I ( it
reach I he saw !Mr. Catts an.l three of his
ninny drinkers when they who had been executed.
t HO the real lie.ro, when his '.Ionbio In him. I
party approaching
It In the effective mountain Is a large I
middle nge. the second with the buses l loaded, A range
"Mr. Catts came up to Mr. Jones, 0
the horrors of
agent in spreading drove In three runs, and gave the cook stove. shook his fist in Mr. Jones' face, :
The
of tuberculosis watt destroyed by an
the vIoe-diHeiiHUH( which I'ompell I
their eaily lead
I I Tornadoes
called him and
a liar told him I
'.1 from the Vatl-
' rheunmtlam. Insanity an premature eruption of saliva
and In shortening almost won the game. Penney (Jones) to hit him. Mr. Jones'

break-down, of all al- while not regular, played right |o CHII. Is prevented by reply was: 'Mr.; Catts I don't care ,
life-expectation fever
I the Held when the absence of several Typhoid World's Greatest TireMore
to hit You
grade and tleKree. you. are an old man
r' p 4l '? 'ohollea of every caused others than the first stringers fascination. At that
time several IncludIng
Every athlete knows that alcohol w men -
) ruins all chance of victoryIn to play. "Stop dilly-dallying" urged, Ilev.K. Mayor avls of Groveland,
t
? athletic contests. It Is always Frank Strickland started on the M. Hooks in his interesting talk Jumped between Mr. Catts and Mr.ones .
' mound for the winners but retired exercise last week. people ride Tires than
N I and 1 everywhere a narcotic poison given; In chapel on Goodyear on any

t'n to the human body generating; a1 I after the Initial stanza whenWilliam's Ilev. Rooks pointed out the danger "Mayor Davis insisted that Mr. other kind
and
k YI' destructive appetite that your will i 'Jouhlo. a single ,; of, time wasting, delaying, postponing Catts return to his platform. Upon

cannot break and that no chased the first run across the ,; or not finishing our various returning Mr. Catts began a tirade
i power date."Mac". Why shop around? Why send ? Why hag-
fs Indulgence can satisfy. Alcohol labors and advised the stu- against Mr. Jones in.which he away

'' a fatal poison to your body I [Hough; who held limo dents to avoid this, to use his slang said that If Mr. Jones would meet gle and dicker?
hits two weeks
Starkeltes to 6 ago "
A third glorious asset of Ideal expression' "dUly- allylng. him on the road to Orlando he
replaced him but was not as effective I would 'beat hell out of him.:
manhood In self-control the ability
s'' as usual ills appearance Miss Myrwln Jackson has been' "He also said that 'Hell is so Why not have.the best?
and hold In subjection
Fl to conquer was greeted; by a fierce assault on absent from her classes for a few full
of Baptist preachers of
; your animal own appetites lower and nature animal with passions Its-i the part of the Bradford boys days because of Illness We trust type that their heads are sticking your They cost no more and they're Genuine Goodyears

I which resulted in four more runs she will soon be with us again and of '
T L hatreds and Jealousies out the windows. Mr. Jones remained -
its
4 ( :
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i the Tornado. After the bases regret her absence.
; t and constant warfare with others. | for for the completion of Mr. ,

k E,1),) ( : Alcohol destroys;! this divine power i. a were puss filled forced by Williams several timely across hits the, HAVH] TIIK. HIANS: Catts'made speech to In'that which two-by-four referencewas -l The World's Standard of Quality

sets tree
b of self-control every passion .
later
plate. A moment Penney '
t I' lust.'ind' appetite, and turns double to Decay of snap beans In transit preacher from Clermont.
smacked his timely center -
.r: I a human being Into an unreasoning clearing the paths and showing causes thousands of dollars loss I "No reference was made duringthe "

) beast,, unable to control either each year. On some of the larger disturbance to Mr. Jones' war
to 5-1.
1 1I I its actions or Its Impulse I I the score up Northern markets the loss may record though his small stature
I "Mac" tossing
w iti of The fourth trait divinity that uplifts neat Meanwhile brand of ball, having was hell; amount to several hundred hampers I he weighing only 130 pounds and

Sj 1 ,' man Is home loyalty that divine II I 11\ each day. Most of this loss physlclul condition in that he
|, the lirooker score to one tally.whll'h ,
walks bowel' over and his neck lestiff
'p' t mixture of chivalry and rever- ran be prevented by the exercise
In the first by an unexpected -
once of home love and home pride I'I It I came triple and single But of proper, care In choice of seed Is evident to anyone who sees mss'

l, t that will make you the Ideal hU8-!!, fourth 10. !Mac found the and In the growing picking and him.
1 1I In the going
; band; and father, the loyal head of handling of the beans preparatory I "This account can be verified at I
rough, as the Urooker batsmen ::
I % : the following: sources If any addl-
a loyal Iiome-clrde. the fearless j to shipment
got onto his delivery with a
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defender of childhood\ and motherhood when 'I
Pick bean If practical I
catching with iiiiiiiiiiiiiiinllllllllllllllllllll1l1l\UIIUIIIIIIIIHHIII -I
i 'will, eventually up ItI5LIIIIIItmnr11111411I IIR \ I
and womanhood. Deans
vines
''nnd passing the home teams scul'e.GG. the are dry. packed
\ t Alcohol la the most devilish destroyer dry are not so likely to decay as LAND
.
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{d of itome-love and home-
wet ones> and moreover picking
I In the final period the Tornado Balloons
tl happiness and honored womanhood vines wet Is Pressure
them when the are -High
tie the SURVEYINGSubdividing
11 I forged through to score I
ever known to the human favorable to the eprea.1 of. such I
with a pass and Thomas' single, I
I race fiver Mince human'historyhas but In the last and Urooker half diseases as Blight and Anthrac-j Drainage 29x1.10
.. $11.15 8$
been recorded alcohol has always nose. ------- --- 30x31.2 CllnrherCoril S
the enemy again, managed; to push I
and everywhere degraded the winning tally across bunching Exercise:' special care in Elort- Systems 29x4.75 1JJO
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womanhood wrecked (childhood Ing the beans and discard those 30x3 1 2 ( tr.ra
the I -
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two singles to perform AccurateVork Ot'. .!.
,Q turned husbands and parents Into that show blemishes or wounds off 31x5.00 -------- .. 16.9530x5.2.1
teat. I
beasts, and converte.1 happy homed any kind. Blemishes and 3hJ !II!II 16$
] dlscol-j, H. E. Lagergren !! I 18.9 Cord
; Into hells earth. As ----- -- -
1 on a prospective :! r.K.\i>roui t) SCHOOL orations are usually caused orI I "

& Y husband and father beware of SOW "sr.\M>.\in> gnntams of decay which would develop Starke, Fla. I'I'l 31x32.-------------79,75 3'xJ'Cord!II" liw J.

,a alcohol : rapidly In the container. In-

? 4 ; The firth of these wonderful assets I With the standardizing of the sect-Injure! and broken beans ), IAIlllmiallllllllltllllP l !I!'! ,!", :l1),' i ,'' I'HIIIIII''!'''''''' aIIISIl01111ILIILIAIIIAdII'!'' !'' '!'!!!, {i 32x6.00 ---------- .9'...).9- 32xt 1233x5 Curd!IIII! 2,1./,)

I of a civilized:: race like ours Is grammar school section by the should be removed since they furnish 33x6.00 23.65 ?1.90
---------- co a
N our trained ability to master the state educational department the entrance for organisms of de- I

stupendous forces! of nature and Bradford County school became cay. COFFINS & CASKETSand \ ,

harness them to the marvelous machines fully accredited Prof. Dowling announced Do not allow the harvested ,I I A good tube that will hold air and keep on hold-

which, our Inventive genius last Thursday. The high beans to stand in the sun await a Full Lies atUndertakers'

Is creating. school department was previously ing transportation. Warmth and ing it will protect your casings and make your

The mastery of machinery Is this accredited. The grammar; school moisture are; conditions favorableto Supplies

glorious asset of the present-day was placed In the standard rating decay and both should be reduced AUTOMOBILE BBARSB tires run farther. We have Goodyear Tubes in

American. --the next to the highest classification to a minimum. Wet beans
Alw.n .. kw>.. Tk4M b I ....... size
Ten thousand engineers at the at
_ of Florida schools and In your equally low
a a container dry very slowly If tb* I..... rite*. ttp..Ul .*- prices.
J locomotive's throttle twenty million standing which many much larger at all and are likely to get warm. tontlvn .. tol...... erton.KCCI8TBRXD .

r auto and bus drivers piloting schools have not' reached. er Instead' of cooler. EMBALM Our

( a" their flying monsters along our The use of strong hampers can DEWITT C. JONES prompt, expert, courteous service goes
,ti overcrowded highways the air Club boys In Madison county not be
sold SO purebred pigs during Feb- over-emphasized. De sure j FLA. with every Goodyear Tire
growing fuller every day with to use those capable of withstanding STARKE. and Tube we sell.

giant airplanes our factories ruary. handling and shipment. I

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"r L .. ,-.-. .- L_ ....... i I.. --- but to the com-I ........................ 1 daughter Mis Essie and Mossrs.O. ;
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W, Andrews and hassle Rhod-4
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munity In general:
Florida in Short Paragraph I I I Keystone Heights : In Keystone Heights. Dr. George; II. Lowry, at the i : NEW RIVER : en were visiting. friends and relatives I'! .l
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News of 11t.. Hel.n o den. ClOP. I A very impressive communion service yesterday morning; at tJ1lprosh.te.rlnn \ I :Miss. 1'lssle: 101\11'1'' ', ( Clr. .. at llellliioiin Spronga Sun- I
service" held Fri.luy evening;, .
I ........................... I April 6th.was at tb,' Keystone Heights resignation; as church pastor, presented of that eon MM 1 ...................... day. ,

K'.\ NIOII". lIi'lRhtH. April 13.: ommunity church The Hev. H.n. Kt'eKatlou. This news was received[ Now River, April 11.: -Mian! Jew- Mr. Norman NWitlnR. ottendei fM S

l>r. Wm. n. Crawford left Keystone Wald pastor! received, eight with profound regret by the members I oil Wiggins; ; spent the week-end the egg hunt given at t the home ot I t'
jveStateNewsJ I members into the church. Mr. \,'. Whlteheuit.. !
new
Heights Wednesday of the church as Dr. Lowry at her home. i '. "
April The Mesttrs. Howard Lawrence, has!' greatly endeared himself to I Mr. and !Mrs. J. P. Hammock, Little Miss Ronnie Turner spent .
4th fdr his home in Pennsylvania.Dr. Carl entertained thin week In Lake Butler I
and Cooper of
Paul
his following during! the years of I !Mrs. J. L Johns and daughter part t. ,
.- Crawford drove and Mrs. with a party Saturday eVl'nlng.1 his ministry In Laramlo. I Miss Knsle and Mr. and Mrs.\ O. with her grand parents Mr. and. j I' h ,

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Crawford followed by train Mon- April 7, at the home of the lat Dr. Lowry came to Laramie ten W. Andrews were transacting business Mrs, W. T. Turner. 'I '
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day. She was accompanied by ter. Roses, amaryllis, wild flowers years ugo; this coming September, In Lake Mutler, Monday.\ Mrs J. C Prlngle and sons, '

.. their non, Raymond, who has spent and fern were' used effectivelyIn and his pastorate here has been I Mr. and Mrs. K. A, Sapp were Marshall anti Kay and daughters; '
-- ---------..--- several weeks here the home of decorating, and various' games Leona n(1 Josephine, were
!!.-- -- v I in ; marked by progress In many ways. visiting Lnwtey Saturday. I Misses! a !

1Liit-year-old boy Mayo! uses his language:: his pui-onts. and ('OIt'stS'l'r.., enjoyed thru- The debt on the church has beenpaid Mr and Mrs. J. L>. Johns and visiting hero Friday afternoon. I
w The last community meeting of out the evening.: Refreshmentsut Installed -
arraigned In This Is the one departmentthat off, and a new pipe organ
e ,I \ ,,I' the season, which W"K held Wednesday fruit salad, cuke, sherbet and, and nearly paid 1 for.

,I, r I ,I", (.n a charge of most vitally affects the evening at Keystone Inn, lemonade were served and each'hof The primary reason for Dr. Low-

f,",,, uiiomoblles., The farmer and only a dirt far- boasted a large attendance and a the girls were given a bottle of ) ry's action Is the health of his lit- The 1

g : ,II. d that he only mer is qualified to fill this I splendid program. K. A. Smith' perfume us u favor, while the boys tle girl.! She unfortunately has a II'sz t
)
' r for president of the chamber of commerce received pencils.[ The guests heart amid physicians u :
machines a position so as to give the leakage of the I
* tad by officers ', Introduced the following were: 1JlsMeliVIIIIII Hayes, MarJorie -' advised Dr. and Mrs. Lowrythat A
'I,.'" "' car from greatest assistance to the pro- speakers: Judge Baxter, of Gaines- Cornish Dorothy Jenkins, It would be much better for Cream '
,I large ducers of this
.In; .1 t state.
II ""I I "tour" of I' ville; Dr. Elizabeth Thorpe, of )Donna Kerr, Virginia; Jane Miller, them to seek a lower altitude Both
, for a
II'' 1 r This, as the saying 'sounds
n1'1 goes '
.1". N. Y. and Senator }< Olive Beers and the Messrs.
returned to his Brooklyn ; and Dr. and :Mrs. Lowry are very sorryto
rJI II. ? '"; good; If we stop wIth the assurance Walrath of the
I P. Miller, of Keystone Heights and Vivian Anderson, Frank leave Larnmle. They own their '
{ ti,IUln that all that Is 1 N
I I. P' r" necessary to Mendvllle! Pa. end John Perry. The hosts. were own home here nh.l it has been

I conduct the varied and exactingaffairs Judge Baxter gnve u very encouraging assisted by their mothers, Mrs. C. In real Reuse. Dr.
teachSwooping home a very
I 1?\ i of the beach of the department of agriculture talk on the future of K. Lawrence and :Mrs. S. A. Cooper Lowry emphasizes the filet that he Tobacco i..}
"0 non : Is experience 'dirt "
as a .
I. andKeystone I
p'' northern Florida in general moved often his .
midnight\; him never very '( '
after
,, ,"i\ farmer. ;
.1 11. averagedt'tght
r. Height in particular. The lieu and :Mrs. Hen] having

III! ,, inhliion hard men luck and We do not know the extent of Dr. Thorpe of IeYHtll1lIelght8., Weld and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wel- four; pastorates years. He will leave Lnramle I C .i"J' 'Irop
inflight
tll i 1 i I Mr. Sparkman's experiences or told something of the( meaning of innaii were entortuinel :! at dinner not only with the deep regretof -
the
?", ,,' luiiior which, present activity as an actual 'dirt Chautamiua and its advantages.Dr. Sunday at the home of Mrs Klla his own congregation and tineother .-
mid' had Just been farmer," or how much 'dirt' he
,11" Hutch- Thorpe was for years attendedthe Bird Christian people of the city
(Carl<"i.mel 0. W. farms. We do know that Mr. mother Chautiiuqun In New !Mrs. W. II. entertained : but also with a recognition on thepart t
d
" ,I\\" t I'nlni Beach, were Mayo has practical knowledge in York state aural Is very much interested at dinner Sunday at the home of of the community of his earnest I ,

.1 r. 111', ., ..ninety, together with that line In addition to familiarity in the Florida movement. Mr. and !Mrs. 1-:. 1' Caughey. ministry.", It was ttliu-0 coining
.. .I1HI! the 300 cases of with other industrial and com- and family .
,. Sl'l1atortlller: In his talk summarized Mr. and Mrs. Beers to Lnramie that Dr. Lowry was

,,-h. n the. dry squad, under mercial Interests. We do know I 1 the accomplishments of Keystone and John Perry left Keystone given the degree/: ot doctor of divinity I I

? i I \\ \1 Simmons pro- that Mr. Mayo! besIdes Is a cap Heights and its organizations!; Heights: Monday, April 9, for the by his alma muter 111''n- ,,

,,1 I', ,.I| ,of.\ the' district, stag- able executive well versed in all during the past six months. Among Beers' homo in Pennsylvania. The good wishes of Uio

pn I, >ndx the affairs of the state governmenta : other things Senator Miller mentioned -I Mr. and Mrs. Lea lHons. and nessee.community will follow Dr. and t tt

knowledge that must be pos- the amount of work that family and !Mrs Hlosn' father, Mr. Mrti..Iowry In whatever Held they t yt t !

I ii.riff's, posse has roHiit. sessed by an efficient commissioner has been completed so far on road Sme/Jley and Miss Gertrude Ilous- decide to locate In. ? t y
of11utr.r I
and' a quantity of agriculture, because the du- number twenty-eight the completion er drove to Jacksonville Satutday:

stolen on the night I ties of that office embrace participation of a nine hole golf; course, and evening to see the Passion Play. 1'Itl'NIIVTi':1t1.1L: : g tj r.

II J' ,tom the postoffice at In numerous other branchesof an organized and equipped fire Mr. and Mrs.Vm.. Parks and VINCENT RICHARDS '

11 pkv .I1HI l tonight still were state administration. We are department. At the clone of the family left their homo In Keystone This is the Woman's Organization ; '

f. in i nhber. A youth, convinced that 'dirt farmer' experience program, Mrs E. A. Smith led in Heights for Melulv lIle, Pa., after In I I the North 1"101'1(11I'rosby- I Champion Tennis Player ,'

.nain. wuh withheld was ar- and Ability alone are not some community songs. having spent the winter here tery. This meeting is, conductedby ; J

and held under suspicion, sufficient to make a good commissioner An excellent program under thedirection Mr. and Mrs. C. F., Bryant, Mr.Bryants' the women entlrly and will bo writes r :,

;" Ie'r- believe "the actual of agriculture---certainly of Mrs. Leeman was presented sister, and Mr. and Mrs.C. held in the Woman's Club house.

'.busao< been caught. The not as good or a better commissioner Thursday evening, April 6, It Lawrence were entertained, Their first meeting will be held! "Immediately before and i

f {Hit postofllce. which was I than Mr. Mayo. at the clubhouse. The entertainment at dinner Monday evening at the Wednesday morning at 8:30: and f.. "

j In a -jtore. operated by F.I It is interesting to mention the consisted of a group of songs home of Rev and Mrs. K. I>. Mowry. will open with devotional service after my important tennis a' '

in. wit forced; open and various duties, requirements and and recitations and a clever play- : with Mrs. Skinner as presi- matches I obtain the great' 1 .

bntalning cash, stamps and responsibilities of this Important let called "The Enchanted Car- School was dismissed Tuesday, dent. The PresbyterIal has a flue I .1 4j ''
at $100 in I the pupils and will be full of interest est ossiblc comfort and sat' 1
that
valued
-
orders office, in seeking a decision as to I den." Only schoolchildren appeared afternoon In order program
taken. the qualifications of candidates on the program and the pro- and teachers may have an oppor- to all who can attend. The isactionromLiicJcyStrifces. 3. : I I/

therefor. ceeds were used to help pay for tunity to attend the opening of the women have done a great work C rv I 't P'' ,.

lonlcn- The first carload of Under the constitution and laws Shands Bridge at Green Cove both at home and In foreign fields l
( school piano.
the : ,t'
have must guard ,; ,
They A tennis player t t
Mana-
past year.
shipped by of Hart and during the
eS to be of Florida, the commissioner Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Springs. hi
unty this season will prob- agriculture has direction of and responsibility Mrs. Hart's mother left their homein Mrs. Ella Bird, Mr. and Mrs. raised a large amount of money It his throat carefully, and : i'r

iove Tuesday. Several more I for: Keystone Heights Friday for John Bird and George L. Bird were at which runs Into the to millions.hear the reports that is why' I smoke only 1 t ,<
s.
}III be shipped during the ', An Inspection Division, which Mead vllle, Pa. entertained Tuesday at dinner will be Interesting work the '' '
i 1
The movement will grad- Includes all foods, drugs, stock Dr. and Mrs. Geo. \V. Mead left the home of Mrs. \V. 11. Ogden. of the splendid Lnckics-they arc mild and
next week. The first' fruit Saturday April Heights baseball women have done during the past # t
crease I feed, fertilizer and citrus Keystone Heights The Keystone learn about the nldlowandcnlnotpossibly .
the to
ark the beginning of what used or produced In the state.A 7, for Baltimore, Md. team won from Interlachen In year and also the '
in
piated to be the largest ShiP-I I' Land Division, which has the Kenneth S. Love and Ralph Pad- third game of the season Saturday woman's organizations irritate your: throat, and my : ,,

'0son of tomatoes of all state lands.A who are attending the University afternoon. The game was playedon church.All s' I' f
custody gett, these in
;;j---t;; Manatee county. i; Field Note Division, which at Gainesville, spent the the Keystone diamond. The are Invited to attend wind is always splendid 'tI'

{approxImately 4,600 acres ,' gives; service in that line in con- because score was 6-4. services. --- shape." :
-
id, tomatoes in this county' nection with federal and state the state government -entertained the Stale
I itself primarily KKWPAHTOK KU US
I' 'moll number to be shippe'.1atad ] surveys.A Florida must devote A hooters last week to such 9/
agricultural TrRp
ut 1.800 carloads. Act i Division which has to developing its that the Association b 09V ,
Prison
and church with advantage
good
Increasing Presbyterian hi
The
and to h
of commls.II ,
statements
and resources the
of all state prisons decided on Eustls as
supervision \Ve of Dr. J. I", Shepard and has
the aid
production.
its
and prospects are diversifying the
}< buyers of all
convict camps. would be unwise, if Tucker, have arranged/: to secure annual meeting place
Dr. .
i>maw'" will bring the which contend that It and other
A Bureau ot Immigration Florida to Indulge In place of Dr. Tucker. Florida trapshooters
pastor
for a
jjln mum seasons. best the state's publicity program I not dangerous bringing a title bunch toaste.J
handles from the states thus 1i
untried taken
at this time in air The following I ts 'i
directing the campaign con ; together at Eustls every .
ii'|. ,,1\1: Self of bring new settlers into I experiment in the conduct of this IaramleVyomlug Dally Itepubll- of fellows J: '
ducted to Tribune. can will be of Interest not only to year. '1
condition department.--Tampa
serious ;
in" 'una\ J JI the state. _\!
''i I, tin> tonight after being I'I'Ii A Shellfish Division which has No Throat Irritation-No Cough. \ ; ; ,

u f in) .1, swarm. of bees at aIPMIH charge of the Issuance of licensesto

lii'iv today. Mr. Self : fisherman and fish dealers.A "D1028 The American Tobacco Co., Inc .\

-amiiiKins/ the combs inside, State Marketing bureau with 1 1I

'It. tin.*, as the bees were headquarters In Jacksonville which I

pip I i tendency to swarm. I compiles and furnishes current information 1sMeM, THEN TKOUKLEKITES I.I I. dl I
"lIddl'lIl the Insects flew at regarding the marketing I

Rerul, could make his
he and keeps
; o( Florida products TilE DUSTWhen
'''o w ui.' t stung severely. At, with statisticsand
supplied I
m. n wax said that he had. growers ,
other advices.
'ell( well when he went to Chemist division which y -.
A State Hood'i
lu bt''s and that the poison does analysis work of the state. vtW .". the tough

numerous" stings aggravated In addition to directing these '' lv 11 Flat Tread begins slapping '
!leas tn' place him in a serious and seeing that they
divisions
to re- the miles back under
'Ion lie is expected the commissioner -
function properly,
a member of his family. of agriculture is a member of I your wheels, tire

I the board of state Institutions, and trouble "bites the
has direct charge of the state hospital .
[I'etiTsburg--Police announc
for the Insane, the prison
lay thaI Alberta Pool, miss- school, I
industrial
farm, the boys accidental tiI
There's nothing a
""vsnr-old high school girl, school at Ocala and the _

I'-oii' it.. ated aboard the U. Sfcyi'i coHere the girls for the feeble minded at I I about it. The Hood ''i.a.

,
Hllllngsley, which sailed Gainesville; he Is a member of thj Tread isn't just a pat
.
hrnesday' after an eight board, of I
improvement
I Internal
tern. It's an engineering;
tat during which the crew pardoning board, of th ,
fclion leave. Apparently thi state book commission and of I triumph. It takes a good,

,10 in I,.wed herself away beJli -
kind of
> Ifttroyer sailed. Pollci get commission and he j -sr/ flat grip on any

.'J that the girl might haul I of the commissioner road surface. It gives better I I ,

M", tit. ship, and yesterday; glades drainage cAll J, traction, surer safety '
of this, .
'ph (II l 'the navy departmen ., care-free service to a
tues a very \ and
'hmcMn; to Instruct the com- ;

B'r ', makt! a thorough search sponsibleimport t ripe old age.SUPREME.

.j) to determine If she >

I nm,, ,i Prompt action ap I. quirt ..t U \\ I i SERVICE \ j'

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IUtAI>FOUI> COUJTV TKLKGKAPII.; RT.IRKB, FLOKFDA

rAGE FOUR .-.-.,_ -w7"
-
I .u- u"s'r HTKKN;
afternoon
Monday
1 of Mrs. Kimball

at 3:30.:
::; On account of the leader Mrs J. Mr. August Stern, who lives a

1 I.a..t M. Drownlee not being present short distance from Sturke passed Southern Grocery and

Mrs O. W. AMerman\ took charge away at his home Saturday after!

i :> elJ of the devotional After the and regular business business an Illness of two years duration
meeting.
g was attended to the ladles Mr. Stern was born May 5th, 186.:) Market

npent the remainder of the after In .Pommern, Gorman, coming to Meat

noon in sewing, completing some America in 1887 and located at

i'I Phone 29 work that they had undertaken at {' Chicago, Illinois, and a year later ,
'I to Miss Bertha ]MasHe -
the previous meeting was married ;
II Late In the afternoon the hos- r, of Ch I<'apo; He later moved to SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY

MltS. C. A. KNKillTKNTKHTAI.N'H 'iprlng Idea to the auditorium, tesll assisted by her ..JaugnterlIIlaw. Itockford, Illinois, and In 1013 he :I
Mrs. Bulgier, and Miss Ethel and his family moved to Starke
where card tablet In lines of three ,
'Moore, served her guests with ice where he has lived since.Funerul 18c lb.

Mrs. C. A Knight delightfully were arranged. cream, cake and coffee. services were held Sun Spare Ribs Pillsbury Flour 24 it-

entertained the Afternoon Bridge Tallies done In floral design Seven members were present at day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the ,

marked the places of the guests, tills meeting. Presbyterian church with Rev. IIA .
Club at her home Friday after- ,
The choir
anJ' during the game hard candles I'RoTiitAM Tucker officiating. Beef 30c Ib.
noon. FOUritn i Western
.
1 My
it/v. r. "Nearer
number
.:. Radiance and larkspur were ,nerved. After several progressions sang two ,
Pink roses "
lent their beauty to the living of auction bridge Mrs.I -\ ii'-'iKi: Clod to Thee" and "Rock of Ages Instant 3f mm

I I. Ames, as high; scorer and be Interment was made In Crosby
will
where three tables were
!!: room i The following program De-
arranged; for bridge. Holder( of Mrn. E. [.. Itlggs; low scorer, each given Sunday evening at D. Y. 1'. Lake cemetery with Mortician Pallbearers PIG TAILS Ib. 18c
were presented with a buffet (opt, Witt C. Jones in charge. ,
high Bcore' for the afternoon Mrs.U. Four.ntrotluctlonHY. I 'I
,
Group M
U., by E.
M. Iiiman, won given a Bet of the handiwork of the hostess. Mrs.A. Leader Miss were Messrs. N. B. Hull, Irish Pota
]
Davis, T. S. Williams, H. II. Young
S. Crews received i llnon towel ,
numbers. Mrs L. Wy- I'
card table ,
us a consolation, prlzo, while the OusKio Mae n"nnett.I A. Brouke, anJ: A L. Kahr.: lOc Ib.
book
Backbones
man second 1 high, wag given a Part 1. Cleo Shepard. survived Neck
his wlfn he is
honoree, Mrs. 'Montletn was pre- Besides ,
Kazonakl.l
of poems.Following I Tart 2. Isabel Hartman -
tented linen scarf. by a daughter Mrs. Albert
a
the awarJIng of prized Andreu. Butt
'art 3. Thelma and Peanut
,
Ilockford. Illinois
of
A salad course with Iced lea
a tempting/: aulad course with Iced Eunice Perkins.
Part 4. ,
William
tea wan nerved. The guests present was served by the lios oss ntislxtedby I Part 5. Melba Sllcox. four sous Messrs. Hurry all ofSturke BEEF PORK & LAMB
and Fred Stern
were: Mesdames A. X. AdUlns, i Mrs. George/: B. Flyiin.; lrrV.. Urownlee. Frank ,
Mary
M. M. WainwrIght and Miss Myrwln Part\ C. also four grand children. |I
10)
E. M. JolniH, O. I. Haynes, Part 7. LeaJer.' 1

Davis Wyman, O. M. Inmnn, J. Facknon. Tansies were used as favors. Piano solo-Thelma Andreu. I ......................... FRESH FISH

;, C. Robinson. W. M. Walnwrlght; Huth Quest. .
Handing- .
Those enjoying the hospitality of ( J... IUntON'N' KPIUNGSMtas
N. Sternberg. Stevens, O. L. Deanley Prayers. .
and Mlsa Mabel Weller.llltllHii I Wnlnwrlght; were: Mlses Ma Sentence Told Me ofJesus. :. 1'eitrlorninu
I -"Nobody .
bel Weller, Ethel': Orlflln, Myrwln Hymn." .........................1 CRYSTAL COCOA, Hard Water Soap,
: CMJH :MKUTHMrfind : ; Jackson Sarah Mal pas, Madge .
I Death of KIM; )* \V.Hellbronn On'11
Mlddleton\ and Myrtlce Jackson, IIONOItlMJ: .\NU MUS.
.
April 20Mr. TOBACCO 3for25c
Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained Mexdnmes E. M. Johns, C. A. w. o. K.\MMIIUK: : : : Springs ALL lOc ,
with three tables of Kllsha': W. ttreen died at hl
Knight A. S. Crews, O. M. Inman,
bridge at their homo on Thur day J. /M. Mitchell, J. K. Corppnlnu, A. Mr. and !Mrs. F. A. Scott entertained home In the Helbronn section last

evening. X. Adklns J. C. IlobliiHon, J. W. with a most delightful dinner Friday, April the 12th. Mr Green ot

quantities of bright tiprlng flowers Andrews, Jr., S. I.. Peek, O. L. at the Orange and Black TeaRoom was a highly respected citizen

were used In the living room, Hay nc Nat Sternberg. F. F. Tuesday evening:, complimenting this section Dud will be greatly
!
where tables for auction bridge: Stump, J. L. Frazee, Ueorge; B. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kammerer nilHHfd by Ills many friends, as well 3 Packages of JELLO,

were arranged.; Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Flynn, II. C. nitch, It. S. Carleton, of Philadelphia, Pa." who I as by his relatives. He was born

liolJer) of high score for ladles, L. Wyman, J. S. Butler, J. C. winter visitors to Florida with Feb. 4, 1861)) near Helbronn

was given a card table cover. Mr.W Hoover, PeWItt C. Jones: C. A. are headquarters at Hampton Springs! being sixty-eight years of 49c
.
M. Walnwrlght. holder of high Futch, O. I,. Iieasley, K. L. Nlggs.: The dinner table was covered ago at the time of his death.Mr. I .

Bcore: for men n whlnk broom. Minx II. C. Wall, W. J. ICpperson. Jr., with snowy linen and centered Green was the father of live

Mabel Weller and Mr. K. M. Johns D. I. Amen, W. E.: nuller.a. M.SlHtrunk with a bowl ot lovely pink Uad- children and proved to be a devoted I ..

a deck ot cards eacli for consolation. and W. M. Walnwrlght.MKS. and the three-course father to all ot them. I ------ ._--_.,----_.-
lance rosua suffering ,_._ ------
been -
attractive and Mr. Green haj -"--
At the clone of evening KITKKSON; ; KNTKITAI: : : dinner was most Mr. and from bright. disease and high :

1Ia tnouase with pound plneuP"l wa"l I illtlS! AUXII.IAUVMrs. I| tntiteful.111'8.V.. The C. Kammerer guests were, Mr. and I blood pressure for over a patiently year and Under New Management GIVE US A AIng

nerved. Thoua attending : J. T. Qulgley with Mr. and boro bill suffering! very
Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight; Mr. W. J. Epperson was hoste F. A. Scott. I I until the end. Mr. Green leaven ,
Mr. and the Girls Auxiliary and a Mrs. I his widow Mrs. Nancy Green, two ,
find Mrs. O. Kirk: Lewis, s .to After dinner the party enjoyed I _
Mm. IS. M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs.WTM. few friends, who so kindly took delightful visit with Mr. and I sons, Everett and Mallory Green, ..&: "T-- IIIQiiJ.dIiIojl.'I( '".:--_cIf ---- .

: Walnwrlght. Mrs. A Z. Adlilns part In a play recently' put on by I a in their home. both of this section, three daughters bo liable for the payment of ..\I.L KOII II,
Scott way
and Miss Mabel Weller.MILS. the O. A'H., at an egg hunt Friday Mrs. Mrs. Huby Green, Mrs. Huth- the illness and -death of our I 1 thi _nmd.UUAJtD. toniblkan .

r afternoon from 3:30: to 5:30: at I CIlt<'I.I'* ; MICUTIMJS; ; OF W. M. H.MKTIIoniST le Norrls and Mrs. Loca Lewis all : baby also for the many beautiful OF, B.nOND S. MATTHKW8 TIUTHTKEHBy f'ur l;

N. 1>. WAlNUKKiUT the city park. : ); :; CHUUCII of Starke. Two brothers, Mr. U. i floral offerings. l--i-St-S-18 Chairman. ,, ulIlI tltll"

<'C l I'MM KNTH: NIKCK Games were enjoyed by the D. Green of Starke, Mr. William I Mr. and Mrs. Grace Cooper. Florida, at .,
'lI'rU'oJ) <>!" 1'1'11I.IC.'I'IOI.l"Inl mlttee hold 1 1 .
young folks and niter the egg hunt Circle Number One was enter Green of Thomasvllle Ga., besides ....................... March 15tlauthority 104101
Woman's club was the Mcene by Mrs. to mourn I Imltteii
The a picnic luncheon was served by tained Monday afternoon several grandchildren I. :- Nil 02052D.I

of a very lovely party Tuesday afternoon the hostess agslttted by Mrs. Alice I. T. J. .rllllu, whoso attractive home his untimely death. J Kef/stone Heights JHI I >i-pui''tint-lit of the Interior. U. S, !novonventl.. t' '" ,

when Mrs. N. I). Waln Langford. ': was made bright by baskets and The body was lalJ to rest In the UK llrlrn Ovilrn ('..... Land OllU-f nt Gainesville.) Florida.April 14, 1!128.. April 21, I do .

wright entertained honoring herniece I bowls of choice\ popples', roses, family lot at Evergreen cemeterySaturday NOTU'R! 'IB hereby Riven thnt WllIIiiin city of S'Flurldi Wel..ctlnK
Mrs. 1>. A. Montieth. rmri.u'; NO. OM-; w. .M. H. sweet peas.Mrs. afternoon. .. .. .....+..+...... 1I'nwcll, of Stnrlce, Florida, .
and
[ larkspur vvhu on December" 12, 1925, made Date. toat ,
JlloHHOins ot popples, lilies, larkspur I,. C. Prescott led the devotional Keystone Heights, April 13.- lloineHtciiil! Entry, No. (120029, for th: n ... r r j!
and roses In floor baskets and Circle No. One ot the Woman'sMissionary norvlcn, nu.l Miss\ Olive Curd of Thank South hulf of Northeast quarter, to lie hi I ;:
\ Senator F. 1'. Miller and daughter Sfutlon Township\ B South, KanKS3 .
Union met at the home I )) Ida. t tLl ;
ferneries, with lamps, added the of the lesson entitled wish to thank all those that on I> fI'
----- -- --- -- Hny led the study We Virginia Jane who have spent the Hunt, TiLlluhitoHee Meridian mis111cil 28, nt l.o.alri .
--
.., Missions? during the not Inof Intention to make ,;
auntsed!
us
'r "Why Foreign kindly
'
so of the winter In Keyfatone ; \
A her greater part ThPt'fyBiiiProof, to extitbllsh claim ''Co r:
assisted by sIcknesM an! death of our dear land nliova dencrlbud, bcfororiork
I The hostess Heights, left here Thursday, to tho reprenen 0 .:-
Mrs. K.; M. Johns and husband and father. We also thank Circuit Court, at Slarke. Florida Congr"M..O
daughter, April 12th for their home in Meadville. on the lnt day of June, 1028.
Melerluble II
II
I'| Mlxa\ Kate Struth, served a I them for the beautiful floral offer- Pa. Mrs. Miller, due to 111 Claimant names. as wltnefmen. : Florhlp ,"
course with hot tea. Kiecl! SiiKBee of Starkfl, Florida.W 1o lorld...
unhid
Ings. health, did not accompany them. of Stnrko, Florida.
meeting a. Stnrr:: A, II. I'AtM'
children.
enjoying this Mrs. Nancy Green and of .
Those wIlWollow later. Newton Strickland Starke ..
i .She .
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COMING 1: with the hostess were Meudamesi excellent presentation of the Florida.A.. meet", T ..;,
11. O. Darwin, L.. -oUlTU\lU' An H. Hlrlcldand of stnrke Florida.unonai3 be elf... ..
i James Pkkerlll, Walnwrlght, two-act comedy, "Rescued by Ra.dlo" c CKOM. an. I N. n. 4-20-St-li-18\ Heglnter
1C. Prescott, )",
evening
Friday
given
,
J. Kelly passed away was
Johns, A. Z. AdUlna. Mrs. Sarah t}'
Fred Supp, K.:Hutto M. Misses Maud on Tuesday April 10th, at the April 13th, by the students of the I :\JIonIlIJoJU SCHOOL IIO\IIII HIST! 1 j ,
L S. School at'
Mrs. Anna Keystone Heights High
Olive Hay anJ. Kate : home ot her daughter, At the earnest solicitation of thsvotfiK
Mitchell. I 1 Mnrrhee. having been a cripple the AVoman's Club. AVith the exception In Mchool district No. 1, I hilf
The Strulh I of Miss Gertrude K. IIous- decided to return for reelcitlonufmember
OriginalWilliam's Number Two, under the for fifteen years.Mrs. of the mc-hool tioard fHil
Circle O. Halle, was Kelly who before her marriage I er, a member of the faculty, who .. dlxtrtft. Your support and
direction of 1I1'a.V. was had minor role, the cast was will be highly appreciated. "
Green, Surah Jane Curry A
by Mrs. L. D. waa I L. W. KICK IT .
entertained members present married to Mrs. Kllas G. Jaudonin made up entirely of students. .

with the following S. S. Howling. L.F. 1857 and to thla union were Members ot the cast were: Dorothy FOIl 1I1 1'.nOIW"'I'Tn!
Stock Co. : Mesdames Jaudon Jenkins, Marjorie Cornish
Mr.
a. Halle, born four children. -
L A. Davis, W. I T hereby announce m* ;
Smith,
Hooks, J.W died ot a wound received in the' Donna Kerr AVllma Hayes, Mar dlilate for the nlllce\ o" "
A, ,1AI1 lemon, H.: M. tlve of llradfnrd Cou-r ),[- ,..
Walrath Jr.,
Va., In Dodd Frank ,
garet ,.
and battle of Frederlcksburg I ,'
A.V.. Redgrave the action of th" Da "
White, 18G2 and Is burled there. Mrs.Murrhee Paul Cooper, Carl Cooper, Vivian I June the 5th. If e\. '
Miss Amelia Hay. andBible Is the only living child AnJerson, Howard Lawrence. The a faithful' nnd \
BIG TENT SHOW devotional exercises the duties of t
The ot the lesson led by of Mr. Jaudon. In 1864 Mra. Jau- I proceeds from the play will be fully solicit I i

I study lou was married to Mr. John O. used to help pay for the school pi i

Mrs, J. W. White. half hour the Kelley, and the eight children ano.
social
STARKE (One Week) Com' During were the entertained with s. only three survive name D.V.. Mrs. J. E. Larson and 1IIssJeanette

guests contest, the answer Kelley of New River, Fla., and Lawrence ot Keyston*
bright guessing and Joe Kelley Heights entertained wlxh af
being the Messrs Robert
mencing Monday April 23 to of some each Blower.question Ill this con of Birmingham Ala.; Mrs. cheon Saturday, April 14th>_'
name
L. F. Smith gave the largest Mattie Kelly Clemens, a daughter, Hotel Thomas In Gatnesvll
test Mrs.
number of correct answers and visited\! her mother two years ago, 1 party occupied the privatg

with a bunch ol aiU died soon after returning to room facing the patio

30 People Presenting late Dramatic Successes dainty was presented sweet peas. Mrs. Green her home In Birmingham Ala. was attractively decora',
eigh center ot glad I..
strawberry shortcake Mrs Kelly would have been piece
served delicious
Interspersed with Vaudeville and topped) with whipped cream,, ty-nine years ot age next November. gueats were the 1\eal'
assisted In : Among the beautiful floral Bird and C. M.M Weln
also hot tea, and was
Music featuring May Blossom Williams, serving by Miss Elsie Bert and offerings was a lovely piece sent Isaes Helen
Mrs. Nelson Green. from the American Steel and Wire Gertrude Houser Ij|

Lazone and Falrchlld Ala., of which Arneeta Ogden H'
Lee Allen Elmer and Marie a Co., of
Mr. George 'rionutof Stuart,, firm Mr. Joe Kelly: is an employee Lawrence K.Renfroe '

Company capable Artists. l U spending\ several days in Starke who
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OK THANKS
with relatives! --
week-end wents

Seats for 2000 People A Illness For all and the death kindness ot our during mother the Keyst, Mrof

CENT WORD the floral offerings and expressions

of sympathy and to Rev. O. 1'.

PRICES-Children, 15c; Adults, 35c. COLUMN i iVANTEDTo Raymond, for his helpful. wordu,
we extend our graU'ude.Mra.
\ buy 6 to 10 room Anna Murrhee am)
Opening Play Monday house with from one to 5 acres brother

of ground. Something with .
shade trees suitable for chickens I I The following program "

Night "It Pays To Smile" I and garden. Describe fully given Sunday evening at 'J

i I and name, price in flrst letter. by the Senior and l'

Address Homeseeker. care Telegraph I with Miss Kate Strv,

I 1, Starke Fla.. 4-13-31 Subject-'! .

REMEMBER ALL WF.Gia I 1 Rhl
NEXT Service '
: FOIl RENT -- Hampton

,. Station at $75.00 per mo""
PLAYS CHANGED ,
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ilfAtlttaMM- --- -- Mis i':
'"I ,'iid in Jacksonville the guest of Beach Sunday going via St. Aug-

her hr\ltber-lll.law and sister, !Mr ustine. i

Bits oi II : and 1 Mix. A. II Hall. SPECIALS ;

Mr and' Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Saturday :

:Mr ii nd Mrs. William Morris P. J. Pierce, Mrs. E. L. Browne

"' C41 Nev9: ; and son at Custla, spent Sunday in and little grand-daughter, Nancy _, _. --
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; Starke -w
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monday In Jackson
Steven spent +
_l+,JII Stump. ville. Best Grade Granulated 10 Pounds 68c
Sugar - -
\Concerning Our People Business and Mesdames II. L. Drownlee M. C. i ,

Progress of the County and Town. Stith and Alice Langford were: Miss Lillian Barefoot of Sanderson I _._--.- __.. E__ .....-. -- .... --4
few weeks In
Is spending a
visitors to Gainesville last Thursday I

'' '' ''.''_,,,.,.,,,,,,........,._.,_,,_,_ afternoon., Starke at the home and of Is Mr.employed and- I FREE SELOX FREE Health Bran
r "'tlAtlX.!! !!OIaIIMIMIIIItlaNIMUnAIYIIMCNMIatltlaYalIIMIIMIIIgM!!!! !!. -''''-'''"""" I" III Mrs. P.stenographer M. Barefoot at the Bank of Pillsbury

Misses Mabel and Mrs. Tillman Alvarez has as
Florida peanuts Pearl Reddish returned t
sand,

<' of end Jacksonville In Starke with, spent relatives tho week days at home Sanford with after, (Florida friends spending and relatives several Starke.Mr. and Mrs. 'V.V.. Balsden One Package Selox 9c One of the Family II

visitors to Jacksonville Tues- I
a visitor were

4tll an' was Qay.r. L.MeirJameg V. Moore are Klmball.spending Seigler today and In I I George Mr. and llnrusberger Mrs. J. M.spent Edwards Sunday and accompanied day. On their by return' their they daughter were, I', I\ One Package FREE Packages - 25c f ,

S Blakelyho will spend
Jacksonville with friends.A afternoon and evening; in Jack Mrs.V. ... -- ., ..._ lit .< v.lT'l
I CI 14 ( t of Tampa I son vllle. the week In Starke I ..., --1"-: -- ; un'

TIIwr 1, eThursday. food,poinsettia of the large oaks on Madison -' Kingans Yellow Cheese Per Pound33c I
Ice One Daisy
Crennv. Butler's Pharmacy, Mrs.\ J. S. Howerd, son Flea' street near the residence of r
Plekerill were phona 160. Mrs. J. M r. Mann and sou, Hoyt,
M1 l2e Sunday.ooke were visitors In Starke on last J. W. Andrews, Jr., was removedthis ___.__ --_ __, ..... _,_,___ ._ ..._........__ _.... :
spent week. This oak Is one of a: 1 1SunKist

Shipman.rke end Mary In Gainesville with her friend week- Thursday;-Union County Times. group set out by early settlers B Beef i
1 Prunes Dri-pack Libbv Brand Corn 1
than half century ago. !
Monday. Annie Long. Miss lla Popnell of Plant City, more a I ,

is spending several days In Starke I
and velvet :Mrs L. II. Futch of Lawtey, with her grandparents; Mr. and Mr. M. I..'. SIngl t>r of Altoona, I I
Pa., a retired PennsUvanlan railroad Pound Can 18c j Per Can 25c
was shopping. In tgwn Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J. II 1'oppell. otnclnl and a Florida tourist -

spent the week-end at the Presby- __.....
way spent ther Miss On sale Mae Bennett spent' --- -- --- --.. rT --.11
of Dr and
the guest
with friends. Methodist choir will render the week-end the guest of Mr. and terian manse +

., was a vUltor I Cantata)Farms"Morn Sunday.of Victory" at Penney Mrs.ville. Bryant Reddish of Jackson Mrs. II. A. Tucker. 1 I Rose Dale Fancy Yellow Cling Peaches No. 21-2 c. 22c 1 1I

and
Mr. and( Mrs. J. C. PnJRett;
afternoon of Jacksonville spent --- -"'>- __ I JLPy:
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. E.M Mrs E. W Hayes and two small children I

.';.and cups ala. : Johns Saturday were visitors to Jacksonville children land. spent and Wednesday 1I18sIyrtle! afternoon Strick-' Sunday friends. afternoon They' accompanied III Starke with Miss I' Rumford Baking Powder EVAPORATED,!) MiLKCarnationPet

Andrea homo, who was
Thelma
In Gainesville with trlt'llCli.: i iI '

jams, of Lake Perfect for! dinner or parties their week-end guest! iI I i Pound Can 29c :' ;
Bslonal visitor Poinsettia Cream. Butler'* Mr\ and' Mrs. W. B Mundy spent to ;
I Mr. R. J. Davis wan visitor 1
Y'' Pharmacy, phone ICO. last Tuesday afternoon in Gainesville and accompanied k r ,
was
the guests of !Mr and Mrs. T Jacksonville home Sunday by Mrs. Davis, !' 1-2 Pound Can -- 17 Small can 51-2 Tall lie i 1

J. Epperson, Jr. Mr L.V.. Sowell of Brooker, A. Steel, and :Mrs. )F. A. Moore. children Ua Luluand : ,

ad r Lake Wales where was transacting business in Starke and Marjorie their two who have spent the I -_ .- -_ .. .... --'n.'_' n__ .,UI'_ ,--15........_,...... ,.. ; t ,1
Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson, '
e mother
1. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. past week with MrR. Davis' '
Mrs Ida Wells Taltim. Brookfield Butter Per Pound 54c P
O. J. Grlffls of Walter Wills, of Tampa, Wall were week-end guests; of Mr. { Creamery /, .
were visitors to was a visitor to Starke during the and Mrs O. J. Grlflls. in Lake But Miss Beatrice +
Bennett and i
.
!Mr. L. B
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afternoon. the week-end. ler. -- -
-iy: were

0 GRIP-LITE au; Mrs. J. J. Lambe and Miss Ruth I,' Mrs. O J. Grlflln. accompanied Judge united Cain In J. marriage N.both Milton:ot at Lawtey the on home Sunday of1 I i i Dutch Cleanser Chases BROOis"1 J"J"I I t''
;
Griffin of Jacksonville -
:let yours at Pat- Guest were visitors to Penney Mr. and Mrs. ,0.; II. oindatlng The
the judge: I
1
April I

ilesroom._--!-->- Farms Monday afternoon. where, to Tampa they were for the the guests weekend -, witnesses Mrs Floy were Bennett II. T., also Bennett of Law and Dirt 3 cans for24c I Good Light Weight 50c :

chard of Jack Everybody's favorite, Poinsettia of relatives County Reporter ,
Baker VI
;visiting at "the Ice Cream, sold at Butler's Pharmacy --- tey.- P''" .__._...--. -----_.-
W L. Wall. phone ICO. W. \Valnwrlght has purchased ) '
rs. visiting: army '
the former Herbert Hitch home In honor of the of No2i-2Can. ; '
Inspectors of the University Del-fi1onte Fruit for Salad 44c .
nee of Key- Mrs. M. L. Granger of Waldo, on Walnut street and Is now mak- Florida 1 1 It. O T. unit. Major and ;ya ,

a visitor to spent Wednesday In Starke the ing repairs oi the damage caused will' bo hosts .__._ ., ,
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MI'!!. A. C. Tlplon : -""''''''''= 'I' ''''--
ternoon. guest of her sister, Mrs... Hnrold by fire several weeks ago.; this evening: at their Klngflley: lake ,
C':
Insettla Ice Wall Mr. F.V.. Wudnworth, manager cottage. to numbers of the army 11. ,

tnacy, phoneLake Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen Miss ot the Gainesville Memorial Co., circle.'Gainesville Sun April 'kc
:
S1IIPL ;
Beatrice Bullen and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville was transuding after business Sheriff and Mrs. Marlon McGee, i- : i

.1.I T. Quigley visited Gainesville In Starke Wednesday and) daughters: and Mrs Delia Iln- '
Buttd Friday noon. the weekend -
I gall all of Stuart, spent
business In with Mrs :MiGpe'u
Miss Hannah Swindell who has I Members of tho local U. D. C. In Starke mother, Mrs. ,
Hagan's
spent the past ten days with rela-I[chapter, are requested to meet next and Mrs.Swindell.: Mrs. lagan .

'fUtqlgley aondlWra. tives at Stuart returned to her Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat Louisa taken ill while here remained -:' .... .... .... .. -
the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall to whowas I ::--- --.---- -----------=-- -,;.; --- -_ -=. -=------- --- ------------------ ,-"'"'"' ,
J J. home here Tuesday. several days for
wreaths for Memorial Day. over for fourteen members .. ., .. .. If
y1tflOcala. make with present --------- ---------- -- i J
treatment i
medical ,
lion. A. D. Andrews ot. Ualfoid/ .- -- They adopted as their nilHulonury
1?Gainesville: senator from Union county, wasa Mr. ant Mrs. P M. Barefoot and and Mrs. P. W. Damon, who | to work and! pray for Miss Harriet I'' 1 \ J
11th My..and business visitor to Starke Thursday daughters, Juanlta and Sara and Mr. the winter here at the ,Raymond of the (Philippine, Islands", ?! f. .&
Miss\ Inez Abernathy, spent Sunday have spout Murrhee left I After the business session| a spleu1did I
with !Mr. and Mrs home of Mrs. Anna I HELLO !
1 I ,,, In W Sanderson F. Barefoot. the first of the week for their home visit program was enjoyed I EVERYBODY

IouldCome First Let Us Show [ In Co Ira In. Mass. They will I
\ who were The Cantata "Morn of Victory"rendered
Prices. We Care Mr. Caldwell nnj: wife from Pen- Mr. and Mrs. Kllgo Wln-\\
Ityles and Low ter residents here Charlotte. by the choir of the Method
enter-
Memorial, were
ney Farms home 1st rhuri on HiiHler Sunday will
their
FIom-
\ t 'Select : Sunday. Mr. C. en route to '
tained at the manse -- I bo( given at Penney Farms Sunday This is & Davis Kro.ulcasting.) Please J y/t "
Quigley
: Dr. Tucker
ECIALS FOR ONE 1 WEEKWRockers Caldwell preaching for Mr. W. B Mundy Jr., who has afternoon ut :i o'clock by request

P !, __- $, .I8 cash both morning-., _., .U i and i evening.... p been connected here with for sometime the City Barber has- I: of Farms" one of Tills the ministers Cantata was of Penney under, stand( by for i ,

.' $3J8 cash Mrs. Alice Langford was a VIKitor Shop Lawtey direction ot Mrs. J. L. Picker-: '
the the
; : !
ng8, ; purchased t
recently
to Alachua last Wednesday: Shop. Repairs are being Ill aid was considered one of the L':' ';$J1
\ afternoon going; ; over to be press Barber building and when bust ever rendered In Starke. All I I
this
\riiture! Company ent at a recital given that eveningat made on will give the citizens ot Starke folks are especially Invitedto ryl 4
auditorium.Mr. complete '
the high school Lawtey a first class barber shop be present.lion Roofing Announcement
UKE FLORIDA

OW\ ?,, and Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of Attorney and Mrs. James Park Trammel),, candidatefor a
Starke, spent Sunday In this city States of Madison, were week- re-election as U. S. Senator, I '+
AOa as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Kelly of Col. and Mrs. A. S.Crews. was In Starke Thursday.

l t'':.W:" "\ E. Sisson at their home on Oak end guests. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ft ll pi
Journal. !I t
Jacksonville
street.- motored to
\DUTY/TO THEM Crews and their near guests Ocala, where : | Roll Roofing square __ _..__ ___. __. .. .- $1.15 /1l
A Springs
.bC<11..... I.. .,.," I The latest development -of Silver spent the day.Mr. ChicksThoroughbred ',1'' '
01 Baby
No Ire they
.o. '/!. :: '" >4'01" "h. '1.'., science Electricity In refrelgeratlon., Cooled by h(iatt 1 Slate Surface, square _-_ u_ ______ .. $2.25 ,
No of
and

9 a y I'd'm 's,: MONEY! Ask Specialty for. demonstration Salesroom.- at Pattee's It. Knight Madlso-n., of Mr.Berlin and, Ga.And Mrs. B.Miss M. registered ba- Shingles, Super Gjants, approved, bearing Un'I''I '4't

"oc... :: 1"\""\w wadae Edward Burns, who Knight, of Albany, Ga., .
., 0 \. \ have resided at Cedar Key for the were Sunday guests ot their broth- derwriters Label, cuts insurance, square $7.00 ;

.. :: ., 1',); "Lp 1;' .' I past year, have returned to Starke er-in-law and slater, Sheriff and available.
f "- $
IF > ', vl
\ their W. J. Epperson.Mr.
I occupying Mrs. t
II) II) : i and are now

p.': d"% d think'of,(. what would I Klngsley lake cottage. : O. A. Andreu off Stuart wasa J 100 iMrtnt
a __ ."'*,4 +' first of the 1
IFEfand the
), Mrs A. C. Strickland and Mrs. visitor to Starke ,
; CHILDREN John Crews of Lake Butler, were week, returning home Thursday who a jt
,
Andreu:
aA after- Mrs.
c.. eA : "' *" visitors to Starko Thursday accompanied by Sold by .
: visit
weeks t I'
t two
.. of organizinga been here on a
Interest!
the has
..z; noon In '
2. Tway from them? Woodmen, Circle here. / with her mother, Mrs. LouisaSwindell. '
iJ sob r I II i h PHARMACY QUIGLEY & DAVIS
I BUTLER'S ;
.. amA \
.mm. .. of
Prevatt a student ,
':S :: bpd: nd your Brunswick College, Brunswick, Mr. C B. Gore, Phone HI 0 > .,
Tues-
u Pape' ;:: Ga, spent the week-end here with tey, was a visitor to Starke and it :. \ \
M Mr. and Mrs. R. R Mr. Gore la a cripple I --------- .'
bank his parents, day. --
account -
a pena him to I u
p for .
a o It necessary ii
\ made
: *_*M ; Prevatt. has from business. He will STARKE FOLKS liy J. E. Corpcning,
retire
t x o v F _o'1! .a: tv your credit inLARliYiNOW Miss Pearl Goolseby, who has spend several months with of relatives the- .

... "c:: _.A .<,,' \ .,' ( been connected with the City Barber In different sections 'CAN' \ FILL 'ALL RIGHTBUT% GH Z" I VE USED MIS 'btu. y
a.!:. a m Shop here for some time as II state. > y I
OUR BE VERY CAM I P.L.L U -- I
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!.U' e' her home
; to
A returned .
F
C m. do A... '" \"J i '' manicurist.Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss Ruby Soli neck, of Earlton FOUNTAIN K CAREFUL. IT- HAVE SOME I
In of Gainesville PEiy PoPp a ?| ,
.: I and Mr. Frank Jones Sunday t 4 1 GOT IT AT MORE INK ,
t
; Jackson- married here
Mrs. Harvey Long, of were "T
several They were accompan-
has been spending afternoon. '
ville, W. P. :,
of her parents by Mr. and Mrs. fORPENING'SSTORE
days here at the home led here I
Frank
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ed- Floyd, Miss Eunice Tlaon, I oRUG
,. George Schneck of I
and
Tlson,
'\" ,; wards. ,
'> ,I Gainesville I
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W Morgan, M. and G. AND i VALUEIT l A,
Buslnease ; Levlton W. W. Wills, and Miss! Messrs. Lenthal Wyman VERY '
and Tuesday -
ig Fernandez spent Sunday at M Inman spent Monday
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-" Alice MUCH
a C ':"I 1' Beach going by way In Winter Haven, as representatives -
Augustine
\ .\ St. Exchange
Starke
\1 ;I"1 ; bridge. of the
Shands
.. :j.p'( 1 of at the state meeting of the '
g Club j jfort
s. 2 .. .. ''. .I .A' Mr. end Mrs. II. C. Rltch, Mr. organization. They were accom- We're always careful about choosing our standard Store I II ;

: ,; "''BANKattsded and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mr. and panied by Mrs. Wyman and daughter of ,the I drugs and careful in compounding them and comCorpemng Drug ?
Lloyd
.M.. !. \ Montleth Master Ralph Ruth, and L. D. t h''
.. .. w Mrs. D. A. i it is the quality of the goods
w. .. 1\.\"" '"....w Rhodes, and 8. L. Peek and familY i U. S. Forest service. accessories-for "The Service Store't t

( for\7o h :::210 's \.h., 0.Id were among those spending Auxiliary t the First we sell that refllecta our business policy. Immediate ,
: ,
you 4i Beach. The Girls Fla.
Augustine Starke
at St.
Association"""t.. r 1( 'V.7: Sunday: Baptist church hel-d their regular ; cheerful attention. {
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done. for WI...* :,r ,'A'iol *. Mr. find Mrs. J. C. Hoover and business and. progriUD .meeting : __ _____. _.__ .. --- -- .. ----- .- -.----- -- I
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I '( --- --- 1 I ilia citrus crop reaches" the tables ))0"1'." ,,, --0.

., :, I 4I -- snn'\lSI': "IIoIU: 1:04: How California Citrus Growers I of 12\1,11011,000\ < ( consumers In the r lh I'j., I -"Dl,
NEIl: : i\ PHOKITAIIM: nlted States and Canada.OrganIZel Ida ""I"' ,
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IHtltKHT:" 11.S.HI':1'I': "': to
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primarily .
serve :
I Farmers & Farming SUI.tlllllt'll -yield------under whli : Have Built Successful Industry i he growpis system, this also co-operative serves the marketing orange -- otAlo'I'"I')( i,, 'I i ',,:, 'I"t\"'''! \ ('t

only II..x ninth timber la cut yearly .
I from Rlvuti unit ot forost Inntl nti and lemon consumer. Without TW"II" ," "C _
: ( fly .\1Cr1..lh.rlll ICilllor) the liiiul, U replacing: through <(
growl Ii, IH luixlf' prlnclpla of profItnblp 1: MrthmN or C I I f.iu'Ht ninniigpnient* whlrh I (.I'nurrM K\fliunK: l hiring 1'ift I 15 Manufuttiired and distributed have dtiK up their unprofitable ii. i''I,, 'II.
1'arnuTs, ami Trufl.t'rl4re IntiU'tl to Contribute Ar. favor I ::::1 VI-IIM .*sav.l.l Olrm In. at cost 41.000 electric" fruit troves So the exchange's first \ ''I
U KRlnlng I I !
ruplillv amotiKlltnhorlinul
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.. lidt''' of Fai.ni IXperit'iKt'H: and Mrtluxl.s\ Found I OWIKTB throughout the i< iliiHlrj" SII)II )-:"'hitiiii> Iliad.i Juice extractors for fountains I ervlce to the consumer has been bum.| "r ".. I 'It, <
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distribution
the
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16. Aided it possible CallII
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i-ounly, iicconlliiK, I to \VIIl lit ni Htlrxoley. in making tlmlu "" ,
To I Ut' Itont StiiU'tl to Our Country i II
hand ,
i KDITOU'S: NOTK Thla l is the glass K'
-- than 1,000,000 to produce
I fhlff of the Parent Ser- more fornla citrus! grower so can"HI'it I '...l
I vli.i< Ho says: I Hfiiiml of 1I.rl.\ .>-< ot.clal) art I- roamers to housewives for use In II many oranges and lemons that tO $:!I; ,'". ",1, ,. ,'1\1\

( ,f "1'he prlnclptA.. of sustainedyltltl clon, on the methods of operation "squeezing" oranges and lemons those fruits are now found in all recur 1 I..,,
III. of ro'.rn''. the un.1prl.vlnK' ami a"c'ompll mcnU of the ('1111- I 7. Returned additional reve- II i In- markets of the country the 1921 ., "I, "
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:. AMERICAN FOREST WEEKA Itlou niul "'""1'1111111 nlm of all for- furnln cltrua growers marketing nuo to !growers by establishing and two ) (-Ut' around." bytli., i! ,. I '''
ost ry. \Ve shall not have 1'0"4.tI 1I'1(1In18a lion.noth..r article : loiupnnies to manufacture How California citrus growersadv"I'Use est da 1" ,
; until the I with : market orange and lemon by-pro-I. citrus fruits will be out u i I '
our natloiuil I problem ; iloiilliiK ah.'l'lIslng methodswill larg,..I ,
TIME TO THINK OF PROTECTING (uinlry% ua .n whole l III on a Bumtuln- : appear) In an early Issue of duets made from culls and second lined In the! next article. South% : ,j n ,. "

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    I titiel ion bnUnrliiK) current\ tiso. To | Cri'illte-,1 with Saving the citrus 1 S. Established damaLSnP' ,
    the Itd lrldiial lumber or paperor Indiislry," by C. ('. Teague, presl- to develop new uses for
    r OUR TIMBER other forest Industry the IIUB- I i di"lIt of the California. Fruit Grow- citrus products. The greater part of our forest "
    ir ;
    :; i' r I"In..ICOII"t'IUlln. offers tho i I. ors Exchanges co-operative marketing 19. Purchased $10,000,000 In lands has and still is treated as a grad, i' 11

    p. most rational balls for atixblllilnnnn ( In the citrus branch of CalIfornia supplies annually for grower members mine rather than a continuously

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    hfe* daiUnftlvd t in.- w'k i ofIfIft .\I'rll 1-4 i 111:1: H"m:\l'\I. ID forost. luiluslrU'n of the west where I long IUI of actompllshments In growers. Und we nohave were managed crre- ri
    ., d ,f' A'111'rh'lIlI )"'on'1"k.. IH)IIISTSM: I> It.4; targe quantities of virgin timberro ;( the )past 23 years which has established 20. Handles legislatIve matters with 1 trees and of continuous
    xlll I nviillnble. could forthwith I I this "co-op" as an outstandIng affecting the citrus grower. fully with the object -
    'I'ttml% niul Intelligent I Established such a great It could yield annually -
    Tho 11",1 l for I'om Korowt' III| M tloNiioy, in n fonil \\- he placi' on fninttilned-ylekl basin "sucfOKS onrnuliatlon" 21. production.
    '. nnd% of tor..t1'ro"'tll of. by and for degree prosperity) among individual about 27.000,000,0000: cubic -
    offoii in 111.11I" nun the current output growers of products I
    'lilih l moiilhn I ,
    I ,
    %I mill's I t tluit I \\ yours
    : mom HIP t..r..I.t.. of the tuition hnMH would not be nuUrlnllyfiirtatled .of the soil in this .'ouut1')". citrus growers that they feet of wood or about one-slx-I
    "".1 iltv-rtiloK nri but expansion" would buhrld In Its uninterrupted march of nil"an th more
    | II t1b t I )' M nuiuWr ot pooplo to tlui farmer l. north mttny curlonilit doxMi over-production would I 1 I more than two decades carrying and pay cash sumption of all kinds of wood I

    for Ki-viTnl. )','i\m, but U ".111\11111 toka of Ibo v"ry I"'l't t fcrtllltora. ho cured\ At Its source' ami a rntlonal -|: the banner of the grower from the In working out the program of I( This would be more than four

    , more \Krviily frit niul l I.) A lurRr Still thru urn many frAn I stability would bo Introduot grove to the consumer's table the accomplishments the Exchange times the present total growth and !
    j ? iiumlxM" I tun l ", 'ry much tntercwlcd who ..l Into nil phases of Ind".trlI'I'IIIIIIlnw California citrus co-operative has has not alone made itself felt seven times the annual Increment '
    ( tit i\\\\". mibjort nut! mil" uUilu ,l trloniU of fnrntor\ seeflu :." j I|: left Its! Impress on California bust- among the growers of California of saw timber. It would be worse Feel Misera
    ; I'lirtlcuUir' hArm In I\l'l'bhlg but it has Indirectly reached Into forest students believe,
    o For many of the larger forest ness and prosrest rtiMluess' men than folly
    *<>K thin I lucreiuod, luloroHl onti A \mMtcti to heavy' growth* of wooJtiRTHIM Industries the Eastern: States! n and bankers in the state frankly business as a whole. making; thetntluen'e to make future generations of This Sprint

    L < .. imrt of lliw nation. iiml uulor-cro\\! I.Htlo\( vlotlu sustained' ..... run be allllln..1olllY' say the citrus: co-operative has won of the citrus industry so Americans depend) upon foreign ,
    .J Klnir.1. .* tir.sI t*' Hk.. tli o"o of <.... prrnona reullia thnt thIs After considerable period ofreforestation Its spurs In service (to the grower widespread that there is now no 'I countries for such an essential material To Be Well Your Kid

    .u."I.i 'I I,itc" IU',' ln'liiK\ "inplitly d"- 1' hi>uvy Rvottih of rat%A nml UiU>riHrowlh and would' Involve -and to business: in general) in dividing line between benefit to the I that can be produced at Must Function Prop!
    . ........1 l AltliiMiitli 1 Klorltlrt' I I. still t I I I tit t\v\ t ilost royo.U 1 will 'n for a time at least a reduction i ifiom that stateHere i grower and benefit to business In home.
    : e t .n.. of tUo itn...toHt lurin>nlU( (>pro !!I |1111' long run protUlo\ i-ultlo. .h""I'1 the present rate ot cuttln (ts an imposing Hat of ac- general. I j *OPR1NG.1 and depressed find you? Are bred,
    \.' 4u tn* .ntAtoii ,til llio UIlIt'". lt. i'rt>- ,,iiil otlior KratliiK nnlmnU with I! "H Is desirable however." says' ,'lompllshments the California Controlling approximately 75 During March County Agent okee-I Sam | achy. subject to you BO el
    dI.'*tlxu I U rftpMly fiUllnn ,uloitK1th << ] iui>r<> nutrtmout thiiu% will the contuntly j the Forester "to recognIze that Fruit Growers Exchange as eummarlxed percent of the California orange I [Sherard;:; held 36 meetings In drowsy headaches nagging and dizzyl
    .. burnt-.>vvr woods. Anil ot O\1r' '' the Exchange does a big chobee county in the Interest of 1 1 Are kidne
    : tltitt o othor RlAtv U* tluiOn the general reorganltat! jy officials of the exchange crop > ex ettons too til
    IM.r ""1'1'11; % ,'" III'" III.*" b"I". I Hula ili> thv think\ of the t rrl-i ,' forest Industries around the I.\U"-\ bankers an.I business men: business. It was previously reported disease and Insect control. scanty or burning in passage!
    < i: 11.11..1.\\. 'I M. (liwtruftloii of youuK: ire**, tho tatnevl-yleld "conception necessary. 1. Established credit of Individual that the Exchange had returned -: More than 300 C tons of fertilizer often this indi:ates sluggish 1
    ">( tho bout t things About I. ", \\".'<> of future; l nilH'r anI n"T"I '! tb"tIs\ accomplishment Is citrus growers with banks to growers some $51 i.- cooperatively by farmers : and shouldn be neglected.
    was brought Doan't Pilli. el
    : t f,."** .. ("H thi\t. It Rlvvu" h,lf a "",'''',,, whi'ii they Apply tlu>"match-j I the great goal to be sought. by stabllltlng the Industry. 000,000 in its twenty-three years of Santa Rosa county during increase the secretion a stimulant ol tlm I

    i' rhanc* by "' ''II. "..111".11I ,teI:12 -; $ 'I..nCl"III nn.t pru-tlci\l fArtnvr", i To ,'.IC"'. the net gains In private :!. Educated public to the of service. In 1927 California I the month of March. j jI and thus aid in the eiuninai
    : .1)I thom rspktlyj : II. i toll .ua ihMt th<' on<> uro"ti t,t twet, !! forestry prsctlce still fall short of health and dietary advantages ot citrus growers marketed a record I e, i I waste impuritie Coan'iareef
    j ; ...... \ ltn> aiul |>ln"y wood* rwol- of .. ..'rl.l..* ",,1I"\ hu nu... Then i providing. for the future produc- citrus fruits at one time regardedas crop and the records of the central -! The railroads of the country In eveiywhere. ftsk your neiliIDOAN'S9
    .... out of the> for**. !*, *.U'|'t conorXtlv -| It MHtiothlnK% I..AII than ", "*.1'*" to 1 tlvlty of the 242.t)() .OOO Acres' of luxuries only ) exchange In Los Angeles show 1926 spent $h 6.23-1.291 for lumber -
    : <\ turpentine and lumbertM -, ,iloMri]> I his h urn us *o often ant forest land of industrIal owner- 3. Maintained adequate prices total shipments in that year exceeding and other forest! products.
    ; met'nod*. .intt t !k.*.* fow *lrvt>itor no iiiHHtlpitaly. Inm"Atl'of ilo.troyni -i I 1 hfp. The area of ('ut- \'E'r land by creating! ; additional markets to the 1926 record crop by C -
    V.; \, ..!>.>
    and tn it few years tho for- ti> prtiX'ct *n,,l c \III"rv. It. ', still enlarging< though probably at 'I production. -reI urneoJ f. o. b., cars Cal- awarded for construction of Boca j .t ; t ..I. will" be alnuMt equal to th*> In ",\\n.ld..r.I. <'n ot th. ttmborph a substantially! lower rate than 10 'i 4. Invested "000.000 In advertising ifornia some $120.000.000 In 1927 Raton bridire. I
    / virgin f<>.rt...ta which IUT% been .> ot this question of burn- years Ago. The current growth of'i 'I Ii I and merchandising during as against the previous year's total -
    : reiwoie.1. i iK 1 Inn the wood*. 1'f\'f..jto'r '\'. UKlorvl. :!i I i timber probably is Increasing In I II the past SO years. of $98.000.000. ]

    .err| few inemut thAi i new" "tv''* ar* bIwg *-I Vcrtcultur. ""*y*. "Th*! future of |I I pAnvtlng protection of ('u'- TttrI I,, with. offices In 59 of largest markets 1927 season, included 3S.S91 cars ,
    :_. Aitilett to tn* nutUMUl forests }''I.rlda' treeta." .."pettfl.y' bet land left In poor productive conj j i: In America with :26 sub-of- of oranges and grapefruit and 11.- I
    : .f th* OA>unlr* Tl\l* 1 tit < *> I form AN'IIII own.Kl by th. g rernwent may Nt m*.l. to ",\'<111"- ronttnuou -,' probably at A, suhstantlatly lower j 46S cars. This represented ':'11.a
    :. can weter ("ipr>ly all of the, crop* of timber. An the> tuppi rate" than 10 yrs UtThe current -j 6. Created" the famous "Sun- percent of the total shipment ot
    i .......1..1 timber, an.I It t* up to u* Iy Jcrt>*>*'" .And the> dtniAdd in- growth: ot timber probably iI. j kist brand and In 1927 alone citrus from the state The percentage
    ': t ii '.". .."ncm to tnnur*' a *wtl| ofllmbrr cr**>*., prkee w ill tKV'r. And thr, ...- Is Increasing" in ""lIronjtoI'IIr't.u- ; marked more" than 2.500.000,000 of orange shipments was
    4 for O"T ,- IItirnV' > may in I III ion our duty to posterity, t. larly to tb. expanjinjr protection oranges with ibis trade mark. about the same as the previous ,
    ..'''1' .1\"lr fi.*l th<> 11..1 offorosi pri i">.'t the future ot our l"ttibr'indutr of ctttorer lands from forest fires j 0:. Saved orange growers: 110il.a .- year with a slight reduction in'':

    i t flq '*, but our chtl.trm. will Ther Iii no b.M.r wAy'of :: but still i I. far ...bllrtf replacing "*. year by *--urtn$ removal of lemons. In terms of boxes ex-1 A L/
    :; If W"Vt<.ton'*' for tUtU.. tlmWr tsot "jolnc this than. by rfr lnlnit'fr th* ttrrent drain upon the> tore l-cnt terminal charge at New change shipment covered 17- :
    : m.,,..l<* itn.l m*'l'<> jto ,,,. .'m' b .' "iic 'bi-. ....'..'
    ....-...,.-.........-. .. _., ., -, port. and 4.450.754 of lemons. -in the SkyI
    :I $. Saved 11...... annuallythrowch S. S. Teague. president of the
    \ 1 rvdwcttod of freight rates Exchange in describing marketIng -
    ",\ I OB citrate of Mm. methods of the co-operative,
    ', -.R"' I ,. S**..... In';". OO refunds said recently: attheSpeedway
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    :.:.<:.,;,- ".. "'."t<',>i, [ OK claim agaiteft carrier "For the more efficient! distribution -

    ,,,','" >, ""'" { i.. Saved tb .*aMU of dollars : of its products. the Exchange the Road
    > -on
    to *rower through rnntna.1 insurnc -i has built up a sales or-
    '
    contract between KxchaiLgei ganixauon directed from the Los ,
    i member, Angeles headquarters, that coversthe j Th.f.amouiBukkVaiv'e.'D-H..d En- Practically even racing care"
    ,. 11. Reduces total average op- United States Canada and a gin* ha given conclusive proof ofleadrnhip in aU the maJOr tfnd cUuiat
    .1'111.1. cost to ?; 41 cnu per' box number of foreign markets. It in all t\rmr\ nts o f rfonD- put tweKe vttrs, has been Vih

    which Is lower than any cotapetingdistHbntlBe maintains its own district sales offices snc.cvTr.pr (- y-1huuryrar1I. Head equipped.

    I :, atrencr. in 59 of the largest markets' Lindbergh! MjnbnJ, Otamberiin, Choose Buick-pow.red Jk'J
    I:. X.iauLia.mp1 tE' advisory in America with 26 additionaluboffices :, Bynl-t h*funous fliers of th.d.yu famous V.h'e-ID.Head Enguxjpr.ro
    tb Val.._
    eengin.s.brnking employing
    a.J 8eW serric* to grower I : in smaller distributing Head principle in their record. in the sky, at th.1peI'J Jon
    on orchard! pet control thereby i centers. Fruit is sold to approximaiely fll b... the road)
    .'. improTiiis: Qcality and qvaatity: of 1.000 established carlot
    .
    fruit. |I markets through S750: jobbers who _.. ,
    IS IVveViped f"'Jvigii markets. rejistrtbut it to 500.000(\( ) fruit ref a-

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    !to Get Back the Fun of Eating! rJftS o g i

    IIlit Rii your df of in&gestJon that takes the joy out & s &sffliflfUjJ

    of life .. Eat hat you want and relish every CvV jjjtt ,.
    F mouthful without fear of subsequent disoorofcrt. v >ii

    ;. .cmCA..ifyou -

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    rvt vrgrtaM*term that banishes: indigestion BUICK
    and, opnsofiaojn: and tones up the ..hole system.Corpnn ap "R Ir


    iUtr : *: '* Oruc SI,)['(' : SEDANS $1195 to |1W5 c CX>UPES 1195toll
    SPORT MODELS *1195 to$132J

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    WORK OF ROAD DEPARTMENT :frs. G. D. (olson and "on Hessle. 01"0 of n"I're.enlatvo f"r Hnnounc.ro.'I'ct"l fur count"conlnl"Mlon.r. 1121.I I). W. AI.DI'IUIAN. J. D. Jone. et ',
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    parents.Mrs. J. L FnAZEEI falthrul "" 1'\1,'" that II the I "lctur 'OIIhllnaul ." "rplraUIn. ; J"I"M l'nmp"lt. (
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    from Hradtorlt L OA1:1': 1,1 JI 4
    eounly. .
    road building Ward ot Indlantown. "ubjett llunl '. hlN w ; ..r ,'Ither t
    to the of L Ihl"
    Ihe leadership otIlatl1a th&A. A. A. addresl'led' thl'- people Sunday here friends and Ipent Iary tl acton held Jnlo" U.IHwraUo. I- I1111 !(''IIHH. IU utn. 11- Ilrl\1'hla.W. In.Chanoo" 81.n. his "r Ih. abov.If n,'" Ivlla I" I'U' ,
    wih 193. .loy"ho lal'nnd "
    wa)'. chairman arounll the table and made the reintvel. .lecl"II I prom I.. f"lhfll I h..ly 1"IUmy 11"1' : "ol.Ihl"cyRH .n"' 1.V.. Keley.10lplllnlnt. '.1' ... I hon tn hi. hor. nlt I h'I'," .,r. ,. .
    .ch'ltnua s.rvle. Ild ., hulrM. .
    and statement r""I"ltulysol.lt a n"II" h.ln 'g.t". ", ''h" I ,
    that Mr.
    "d Department. he Irll\te.
    had upport '
    beE'n C.
    In ot I \
    every .
    ( n al '
    D.murato rrom
    Illll hEre. No. a. Mn'.M. ,
    wa 11"lr"l al wi Ilvolho 'llt r.pro..ntator
    I .mY Irltlclilm! In the IItate In the Union and was visitor to nrooklvle Saturday.Mr. hiDICKol"r dll. Iho Oln,'" IY< h"Mtnt.nton 1'.ln St'I.klfnl. ot MI.I u."III". uld, per.onl. Il'

    .k Itt brought forcl- and Arthur ( ,' Ir Iho vot.I'8 ".0 ;n"('" th.f'ndnnt. In to ., "Ilh.t.I. who... nam.. ..
    .
    I'UH
    amazed to Bee the splel1l11l1 sYliltem'ot DrnnnEnot I 'I..t I" .YOlr ."UPI'ol.t. IH 1"II I h,' slenographic re111111 Lawtey. visitors hprely nI10Ulr, wil b. a I" 1 t. I' Y'H1"11.:1 : \ ; II "IIIIIII""lt. that are la-
    roads thnt he had round In were here Sll- ('8ldale f. "" 10 0100 111' wil ..r. .< :1" '" ..I"rhl..I.\ \\r : i. (onlvaIY. n 1 Ip""HI.d 11 or
    bu jet meetlnl( 1>'101'11)"I ut )""ldr." COIIIy. : nn \ U. 3 \I'PU..t"n: In''n" '' t.r IU'HI 1
    \ day.Mr. In "IOUI. I 1..1. 1.)1 \ lyllJ .ld "elns I. I
    '111'I1t h"ld, March 15 and MI'B. I yon Crosby were l'lol'hlabJ..t .''uno Iplo.r.lo ..) olloulCO ."I .Rn- \ llltl"I "" truatoo. Flur"Il \"lfll..1 """111. :,." lt Florid. ,I:
    (ion't know I'rln.u'y "
    how h.11 '
    It has b > &ho lhlale for 1'\,1 ) ; : kllwn ,
    ( en'acol111 I'nll UI t'
    ampport b 1"II.r Ihl ..".1 \\.n Irl'k. < "MM'11.,1 I. f"l.w,
    J6.pn e record orIIllIdl' >lIl1hE"1. I\lIchllla: n. the Bta te trnn8actnl .blllne88 In AII\'hua A. 'rlellday.Mr. II...ontnu.1 f.1 ,1.'IlrO I .. 'lIwH
    fro hl1'11 1. .
    III \ I co 1. Irnrt
    me. co n lenrn lessons of .'"c. I. 1111 ) lf 11 Ih. l'or1"1' -
    1'\ thi .
    : .
    Lucian e. '
    by hiM wlr. ,
    ) Mrs. .11'nnl.
    an' '
    AH..OI
    A. D. I" Nlr'h""Mt ,
    "" ) Ir '
    11" "
    from the State Hoall CI'OIIIY T herehy (.II'I".t .01.1.1 11.1 wil I.f I I H"u'h"I'ul/h I "
    I lIurt reporter otI Department were thai I am antolnl",' ,. plblo IPll">" 11IHI :( I'01 O.rl" 1..1 : "" rnt "I\\ :: 'I/n/ : n !
    ot FII>rl/la." the A. A. 'Isltlhis parenls. Mr. and a r. Iho "lI" I hl8 wit"; .lnll" .II. :Id.lnn..y alll hi; :, : ::.'aII: :
    I have just been re- A.j MI's. A. roshy of TAX A..o.aor. RUh1 to Ih. wil ( .'. 2 11'II"y1" M" !". ''wetH-twn (
    president was quoted as saying. ( lalt SUlldlY.Mr8. of tho at tho "mlng n"n"l''aUe 'u"rUI. 11"11lT I. Jnhl un.. ''Ia J 'e".1 : laMI., ll r'.r.h.. ,
    regarded a8 the Major CharleM A. I ImlulY Sarah Mot atendel a Prlnary elpl'II." In 1".11 or I. Au.tn lak. ,'Ihl.,' Ilun..1 M.I..I(1hlll,., .I.hn:1"1' I he Pia l.ok (.r ni" ", 101 .t Ii',
    "
    III'own tor ".tl"1 '10llH111 hi. c'lul ) bie rl'l'n'' ( 'llr".1 -
    Ihl ,
    "lId ot the work otIIld .lln. II ..1'11r"r : '
    '
    cemetery Johl 1. .J .1 I
    at 01 h' ur ''
    chlet workl ElzY'1 CbapelInl'lt thnt .11 I u.I"u "c1"U'll. <11..t.: I I. l : : I.ill "
    his co-worker year enKlneer ot the wil 81'y nm "' 2. .Ir" I .I" ''h"I.) t 1\III'\I' ; : '?' :"fl !
    !! "I'lhl.t
    t al" .
    .
    'rllay.The ; .II.t
    11.ad, DelHlrtment. Slate Road HelJl\rtmll1t. IiItatel) rolks p ) nd t:ro ;I .':" If 1 !.',\ I"wil < Vol'I'" II 1'locral tle. < 1.1tn1'y I''Ilt.I h"'nl.t'hnlh',"Inuw. I'I.: .I.WII, .. \' '.\'""t !t t IIr\v:: 1\\11 ::" :'15 I I"f

    that he waM pl'asent at the 111et'lInp; younl obMtI'vEd ElstE'r dhlrg. Iho dl'8' or of- I. 1\11 ,111!! Illn'' I. l d"nr.I. l. I Y. ,'." : '
    was there I. n.nll'\ N".th.a.t lt I..r
    > 1"
    11 any
    by
    'fo the contrary the and heard lIIr. Hendry, the A. A.A. attE'ljlnl Revel'll egg hU.lltsnnd cOI.teouM, Mame man 1" "..nnnl.tlleltand Iav. I '.I'II' ;: fI. :: ;' :!' :,.; M.j\I.\ .:. .r: :. llo, ,. 1"I"'lt Ir''I.' \1. .. '.
    .tMI'IIR'I' :1 Wlt .
    ,
    .
    pres ldent. all wen as several al E'/l plpplnA.J Iho col..tor' dutoM ",1 wil 01 :0'11 "" nll' ," t..I. ,1..n." to 11' '" ft
    Ihe
    'ommended by 1'01 :
    ,J. Ihe to '. 3I ,
    others make the I\tatell1E'llt ler 1. Keley fled blsrlKllar wh.n Y" COl' mlke yourr.tl'nJvo Ihp 11.'n' 1 l''I'lrnlll'' ArM'nt : lollnlllK. hollM rurl uf "
    Ihe varloull coun'II : that. me al' II '' ourl. TWttty"I.thJ'hllclli ). I "
    "m -
    ( H
    they had expecte,1 that appointment at Shady I.rp.lnte .nil .h"w my alIr..Intnn (11''ult. 11 11,1 lu'"I'. f,. 'If ..IIll I ,. 1.1 If ..hi Il''I
    ,,, when they I wil \Vlllam 1lv. u( I"" "" I" TW
    rd 8atlsfiell" 1 lorl.1 .. ,
    al- Grove hurch my I '
    II
    arrived In }'lorlcla they would find ( near Trenton Sat1'Iay ". )'our e.rn""I) ,'h/Oe.r ) .ly., I..,1"IY. ll"ry N. h." !II. 1''wl"hllIx. (f), .
    "I Iver again In the 81lport. ) I.r' the Hana" ''
    and He .oh. .t ahov. 11 I
    everything dead. and SlnlllY. was ac'onpanled Most I: 'V. YES \VIII.r Iurle. u corporaton. In .11:1 1IRI (
    they understood ) IA Ir : .
    '1\1' n11nute8 ot the I n .1.11' In.I 1 \ ," nt .1Ir.
    .'ltJrlda WI\M at a Rtl1nd'ltl1l )IY his son. ()' anI) v.. I '1" or not In ""I.tll" (. Ih'n II hl .I 11'1:0:,111..1 u',1 I h.I'. 'II"h y"" f. .1

    ; T Iereby annoln'o 111 181 "'. I.. nl. : : : ; r ., : 1..1 ... I" h.ve byh'l
    n
    .
    .
    that the people were actually In dal/bter8. .JlalE'te RndVlie ofcoull I.rlnl.n. .t II M, II ';:i I" h'f""III". I ..ult .
    were given by Dr.IWRutUlcatlon < reeh.clon ,. 1"'n.I.O'' "" ,' .", 11'.1. In hi.WI"I
    want of Tsl MII'lhn Groovlr. aS of IlradrorliCOI"ty. ". 1..r".I."r.HUIt. / 1' 1.'KI. H.II II .r JUe
    somethhlK
    to do. on
    He sail) hii "II''Illt loW
    .. "mN .
    plan8"HUla Miss Mott "Iwnt tbe 1"lol'hla. ,.II..t 10 the : PI J I 1''MlnM. \11 Ihll Ihll 1M ,
    anll Ulero wa!! he WS8 I1Pver more sUI'prlsedln, hl8lite In IIIY Helbronn PltwE'ek wl.h.. or Iho voler. .It Iho COl I 1"I.OHtA[ 11 ICAL.JOSwr.'t :,: i:, .. :: : nl;:' "II'I'ltOI"1:::'II ''I'III'I: ;:; ;. ut Ih. "I", Mlml'l. 11.' "'Ih.,''1.'wn.r. In.1I"'n

    ''I the meeting the thlHl to t1 nd the (olllIt1oU!, that'' strawhprrl.8.MlS81'S. SIrlngs packInA lHhn.ry. .I'll 101.I'lnl ald' ,'e-.lollon..olrlt YOrMIPPOI.t. I \: 1... Ju.rl"In and F. 1 Jel'- ., .INIilr", In th." ,,. ....'.t.11 M 1 '' Ih"'I.1"\1" ,. ', ,,,,I. an4..

    'I In thb teature ot existed and to that boom.lIarrlMon .'lol'lda. hall justt'ommelll'ed E: C. LonA and Roy .Iclent.0 01 an.1 .' "r..rvlre""11'1"018. th"- I I r1.'I':nl.a". :, fth. ::'.::; 'j:; : :';irll .. ....":" ) Y I .',' ,'h'"rllM 111'111 hlliM a1, II(''c"I\lullll'"llu,111, 11,1'h.' "r.r.v.11. .h.MI ..

    hIghway pro ram.II } Thmas have l'eturlu"J Ill're rl'OI 1.001.10 nf lrodfm..I. ""llty. nt .I .\tor".y.I."vllg fr01 ti.thlI1I.vl CUIII.llnlt( 1'\' 1,1'111.1""wl, : .011 .'.'a.I... .. r.l- (''''f 11111'11' h...,.. .. ,1
    'ulIer. < 1
    new! paper pubIhlher "holhl you h.hl. Kool r.
    was pointed out. a trll> to North 10 you Ihat t" wil cOllnue 1.1'1.1", II.d Ihot ''II you I 1" Hlnlh'a.t nnI 11,1 Rltlh'"t, .Im-
    the of I.'ort Myers. Lee ('ounty. tourlnA (arolna I In SOII h.II.rll. ..I.vl.o "" .I..II.nl. .f Illle ot ;""th"IMI 'IIIarlor II'nl.t.r. 1 tto. ab.olil" 11 all, .. I" ..hi o
    011 by depart11"1011 hnIlv"l ," Very ro- lr N.rth""Ht "
    has been tw ,
    I.ong workInl I."t 1'1 v.hl
    I. In' Inllllll
    whllQ "
    told the board that as a publisher Jfr. 1.1'111. YOlr RIr""M 'l.t" .r 1.'I.n' ''wonl (211. I"
    with It II malnam { road ( In N. I 1111)1111 tlat )01. .11' "" 'I'h.V."t -"It .. 11 11 rlMht. li Ir
    >{' and was r(>gard1.,1 lie was pretty I'lose to the people 18 state8.Jf. 1 'ontrator IIft'erEnt 1.. IWnfll'Nl.I.I.II ;;:::. li.'I ,I: :::::: r rlf:: I Two (2). Inl HI'llln ''w.nl 111." : 1' .. ';mlai"?y 1",1 11 I"r"n. ',,
    of that ,'OIlUty and wanted to state TIJ JI\.I. 1'1'11,10 I I" Is Nlrllw..t '1In11.1 I h. 1n" ( ; I hat '
    haway 08 an e8Ken- that "I ee County Is tickled toIlellt H. T. Osteel hAH heen visitIIK "I'III"I'IO, known.I' I J'I'nhtal'. l.hrl'AI i"h",".. 'IIII'h'r II" 1"thW"RI V"". Mi 11 ,.. Wmll.rrl .,.. o."lt .
    ,
    ''I I Alu'hua tbe JI ror 1 Ir H.clln 'L'W.II ""v"1 '"'lel. ".\ 111""WI,
    week.Mrl. nlODIh"l .b.
    h." II paMt r..I".Ilon 10 the "f uperln1"ldpnt 'II' n\FOlt1 Onlf Ihl" '. ., ",. """ "la"I. or
    ''III' the deleKatlon8 Jack ot ot 01 ) 01 11'1" ., .I' I.I, 11.lf nt Ih.. No"lh" '1 .. .1" 111"'ORlh'lt .011.
    Mr. Iuhlc .t Uny I" 1"11'
    II"Irlllon .m.
    Hackney. ('hl\lrman ot the Sowel HllhSprlnls 1.1,1. "t'rl 01 lli Ih. NOllh Iho I" hlllr ,
    U 1'1. ""Ih."I"t '
    'Illre the deJJartment board ot ,!OU uty 1'0I11mls! 1"1' appreciation tor and of or .1"1 h.lf.r I h. Ht I" A. ..
    .
    .l'. th. or 101 tU'1 MIY.
    county. said : 1 want toIonjratulate rell\tves. .Iul. I. InR" Ih. om111111 112M. h.rur. <11
    to 1" 11
    1'1
    '" Roall Department : the There Are levpral fal'I11E'R ofthlB the mnlntiin .11 .rnt I 11 II h'r'I" nl.d. whpl'hy lio ..h' : (2MI. ni 1111 1..1. II TlwlMhll', to"" "I UI'IIO'.I ( ,ty. Ilorhla -
    yuu 011 wondertul Ihlhl"1 dlrlnA 10 ee 1".w"r In hil
    I''" their re! ) 'l'wI"ly "
    ha fOlr 11"lo (211
    'R''M and 'II.lal'l.
    .
    prlpIUIn h1\'O 1",11-1
    "hlhi.1
    work that have !fcton )E'1 'Iull : V"I.
    )'ou a'complllihedIn I l'h"t Morllgo. 1':1, I
    "' ,' I I '
    In.t. h.reby "
    Ii In many Instl\nce. to lohal'I'o, anll nowthE'Y wh"I..ln" 111 .111 .II.I.I""t hH"Irlel"11 IH'I: ''I f.lll, whl'h. "I :
    tor the the Iast thrE'e years. I am notIll' rsI1e lome I. \VlUIX8 t, WI.1 nf'All".Impnt II '"'0. ".,...hy;. 1111lh I of y.1 wil .1..1' 11.1" 1 '" .' l"" I
    ""ll department 1.111.,1 hl you '
    done out
    hU\l
    here to a8k the State Road De1)lIrtment re aho'lt setUnp rll'pllOMlrO nt M.III ClmlrllorllnMo ''''' ( 'I'h. 1"II..1 .. T.I"U"'II..
    1 1111. .1..r",1111. U ) t
    : \" uut tor future ac'Iorhla's T her"by "lt on I I III> 11"1" I'II'I..I) 1'
    plants. Slwel'nl ot barn8'hove onnnln.e ly cnlhlot. .111 Ih.t.l. d..I.II- 1",1 1M .
    for ror 'I..y J.'lorhlo. '
    nytblnl{. hilt I am < I 011' or 8Ipollnl.nd- Ih. ..hi l'hut1 M"'hfl" Illtnll II e"HI..1 .
    road system here In behalt of the peuple otPlnl'lIas nl'eady heen hult. tnt, or !lhlc. In.trICI," ." I Ip''ln rai 101. .I. 1 1111Olf"M" 1.V."orl hiI.lr 111'1.ln' lit.I..I"II\V nn hiM :I Ihl "c'r.h.""'lll\r\ II wII1 n"t'a
    'IZE'II as HIe Jl'reatest Is a bit ot Rlhjo.t Iho aetol ofTlrrI ( wil ( l.k"1" ...lnRt h, .. I I I. ni, 10 1118h.e

    und the ('onfidence otIII I'ounty and the boarll ot ('rops plantell In(000 I hi. trutk ; !v : n 1 1 1'II'I Otr:: tlltplo.t"ll 'lHI pr.,1 II. .C.mpl.lml IJrt. IltVI 1'"ve to I h., r.r"r III..111,1.....111"h. I. I",'r"t.o"I'r 1,1,.r W"'VI'Ir ,: ;t n o;, :,""ll:;. y "ll..

    the state In Dr. (ollnty commlHsloners to cnnprlltl1-; I t'ommlnlyRnll I In f"lrInI.IIIrlol : Ihnt Ihh. noli I'IYH ,, ,. r'nlvlll 1'101" lio 8..1 ur hh. """" 1 I hi" II. XI"
    over .. r.tl' n \ I. fU'I" Or.l.r. .
    they .
    111'lnl
    late the State Ire looklnl ( for 11.. fl\.r
    ROl\d Department on wel ndmlnIMII'ntl"n thontllr. h. 1)11.1..1 11' .( "" ) or1'11. :}: N :
    'I"'ln. .n.1
    ))1<1 his associates was 1"11"1 'h. tlie II I I.il\AN.
    the wonderful work that It has ac1'01111 IIprhlP opened up. T)1re) I more olh <"volnM mvItth rOlr .I..Utvo "e.k. II the JrndrlrI .... 1.lla '" .11'1.1111.. 11,1 ,1. 1:1.le: .l ,
    ,
    I Ihe lavish expressions In Ih 18 than : : :::1 1 vancemeltHosl'ctu ( 1'"lolralh prior tlo ..1" thll ( .) Clr'ni" '. IrllHI'JI.
    .
    >II"hl'<1 In t he past tew years."Iu sl\lIon thlre ue.0 1y.I ,. .', "" 1 t hpr..f. ''II hll.l. .a 11' "IIlllnlnl fore .I I
    o.y .
    e otI" 1",1 .111 11"I.nt f.. 1 rnN\VH
    has been berptoforp.rs.
    ,. .
    \\11"1" Ihl lolornhl. CI.rk ,
    the last tew .. Iv. '
    1 have 11"1.
    11. II
    year. IIMOI II
    : Iho 11' H.II'lto CU'lplulnult
    t' lohn R. C lwell of lIend- (JFFHIt Ihovo Ilyl"I .II.t Illl ..nl .
    HOSE'I .ot Inn.
    ta Laktlanll.Is I 11111111 11< .III.III ___ __
    heen Tlls I : :
    over a t states In ,1
    gre many h.reof Ihl. [
    I II'Irl. : '' I !
    It III his renmrks betore the Ullloll and I want to tell hE're vlsllnl hE'I' hrother and .anIIhlat"r..I.etruly th"UI'II'thlt nr RmI IJ. W: AJI.I'IUI.\N :''I 'I':: \ .""r .I ,, I :; h.I.: :, -
    rnl .
    YOII 0110 \T. ,
    01111 ) .
    nwnt IIILld : 6 think ( 1'111k l'U"'lll """, ) .
    u' of "
    '
    mlrny nl.1
    sisters and rl'lpn.is. t"I"
    1II'lnl.n .nt .hooIH "I"I''I'"M
    Ihtr. 11 : I"
    that I don't < __ ;01.\ \\'I'I'U'/ >
    mrh appropriate that this honestly bqlJeve there .ul.. .1< ot tbolpmorrRtc .tG I" 1'1' 1'1 .a I : ( 1111: I:" l\r
    r"IIllt"I" : : I
    ')I held In this bulllllnK'I' Is a state 111 the Union tbat 11l1S acI'ompllshed huslneMs P. In Gainey wa. t'ansactlnl att"I'noon. I Irlmal'y r..1 Ihnt t.I ho In held on :.:."I.t',1,1,;,I'' h:;" : :I.'h'I ',',': tM.rll; ::::: I.reby nollro-IH glvel '"11..,. ni" : "

    In the Il1lst tew years I.atI'o8sl Satlrllay JII" Gh. 1m overy, 1.1 III "I" \ 1'1'1.1'1'10' 1"(11 11"\.. """II. "" b uf thnt .
    which hus been 10 Iv. tho ot 1..1..1. vlrlu.
    '" WiY Illalto.1 .111 1'II'U: .. ) certR11 Ihul I""r. ,
    eat ot justJtoe and Is what the Stl\te Road De1>artment. 01. 'I'I'nt".n.1 "OO'lt' .. --- hi..1' Ir, OII"lvl", < "O"I"'lr, '11'1,1 tl Ih" ;'I ..r.2. 1 : ', / I.:: I: 1 u.1:: ef:: /; :

    the worllhlp ot 0011.wnntto has accomplished here. i wl\nt tothauk. .18.hal'vI" 11.,<.t IIIM.I.. dut.rll.. .f f81hful. :o'rl'I',: : l: IflnIY: tl\I': Ihut \', :. lti: : [: .:rj'r:' :; I" "I" I'jl''Jr.I'/\I'. 1"1.1 I''" "" Iha \ .
    yoU tor the IIpleudld maintenance ...... ... ........ Ihe "" of ., I I'e."P""t.uty T. I A h.hl' CPl'I'i ..r' 'Ot '\ I 32".1 A. I D2 t I. .
    .
    give thunks 10r hlity. 1 '"" I" ."11 lt Ir..1 ,' el) .'.. III'h. i. I. .,
    work that th y have ('arrle.1 IMk YUlr, .1'I'OI.t. I! 13. 11:':I :.1.1. .;\ : II" ; \ : f"rt rlv", .. ,1.ln.1 1111. "t (,- 'r .'1
    and tl111i : ; ; : 'I".n Ilu"hln. "
    F. Hathaway ,
    IPTON I.HIe \ i j'h :
    : I 11" nlll.t
    I. l"hbIU.
    : I
    ) lIfa ,
    ... rm.lo rnl 'II.nr : \
    what have don6 on on who..e I wo roadll (Nu. IA '' I.AWHOTNH I.V, ,'ull' ," '"pl."l.n .. 11. 11/,1 1."hll Irlna '
    .11'" they .
    Il" I..u. rallll whl. .
    of FlorIda. Just to1. 15 IInd 17)) slnle! they tnolt them .. "1. Imn. C'n. .. ('I.I'U: 1< ( IUT 1'1' ('n I'I'I'I .... wllh H.hI '.'.'.11.,1, 1'110Ir. fr Ihl. ..II't wil ,1"1'111 .tn'.r...llnRI)1'i. h/lll.NI'.I" ,, .,NI'le,.,t Nh'II"H''h" h..u.d"r hia- I.1

    \1. I halrmnn. what has ovel'. They al'o very heautltul and .o........... ......... Ira h.rohy fulll County."nloUII'to.tho nn,vot.r" nf :: : Itll:,'t.llol':: Ilfr; :i :I.I'r' I Iln < "II. f".11 ) 1'1
    I 1'1\ h. II" :
    "lbls state In the road In splendid ('onllitlon.In RbPlts. Illte ful Ihe .lc. or If 1..1..1.' I.-wl: .. I. 11111'0.. 1)'ndrnrll) 'OUIa ." .r II" ('lurt II."
    CI'rk
    'I Hampton. I. .tIII'H I .. fI.rk. "
    reply to a query fl'om Louis Apri 1.--W. C"lrt. 1 8hal 10 toov"ryone hllr ( Norlh."t '1IUI'\'r .. ;;. ;; : : al '. .Wt. .: : ,::. I: 1"1"1,10., 1.'tw..1 II II. und : rn I'"n
    ) IlIlrlng the Inst three the Federal Iw.1 t.w 1 rI..It r 1.
    Wll repl'eMlnts "uPI.frt vole ltH: a:111: li'H:;: u",1 1.lely Jlay 11h. 1 28. ''ha .
    and understand that Lancaster. 1'11alrmlln ot the bOllrl) Life Insurance ot New 1 1Yorl nt tle Illmary .11." tf h" hel on 1 :j I w"lc 1\I'r .h.11, ..I" ""I' I }': .I J
    \ hl
    ot county ('ommlssloners ot Sarasota ompany I '" ;.-el\rs preeeding that (. WRS trRIMadlnl buslnes8 'In ".rvel Cou"ly II Ihl. ."I'.ly 1,1"1' HII< .11'\.1". ,'. I..ul.. lY, It.nd,, IH ""rle .lt helll II Ir.trd cuunty, /
    'hl8 .1
    ( oullty. us to stale road heautlfi'atlon y 18 : 11 "fli .h"\ ""' '
    Ii ",'k was done. Starke last nlr.I< overyo,1 fnmilar mr 11 I"UW I : day or nr'h. .\. hIl. -wl: !j
    1)lans anll the ronll departml'ot's ; Monlly.fM8 UrIIM" Mlhl ." 'II"lat" .hul b. 1'0..1'.1 ) .II. If21.I. ,r I'h., .,", I
    ) ,
    : 't t : : 1 ,, v. :
    the mOFt wondertul Natallp entertalnE'l aY' ar'.r < Ilw. 'IX \.I"IfAN ,.Ilho
    n 01"< "lh.
    attitude In the malntennnce : : !arl'lonlY r. ': "' th.1) Ih. l'I"'k 'Ir\It 1,1I. '"L''' "."li hllr.f., ;
    '. ''m In the United StateK- ot hcautlficatlou. Dr. I ) the YOllnLndle' SewhlK contnu"1. f"lhfll Nervlce'l I wlll"M'. I. It2 01 Jil. I; (:, .\) rnld u"nly. I"IOlld" "w..l 1"1.'1lulor. or'l'ownMhll',"' 1 'Iuarl"r HUllh t' .1, ,

    I ""III any. I hase bE'en Club at ber home Inst Frllay atternoon. lut..1. 11h .lny ofI'rl. 1. ,'l'II-VM., II"K" 11 J1n.t. _A II' N"," h 0,
    the Union and Hat hawny SI\Itt : of .'ou .\X ('(1.1.1'1'01 D. A'j I !.III'I" 'u"llnl 11 II. I. Ial of NI'lhw"Ht ''I"ar'.r, '
    .tate In At Ihe close a pleasant been I W. AI.TH'HfAN. : .f-SI.I- N.rll l
    "I wish to simply stall! Ihat 111my Havln" friend.I I.' :"I'' I' :: 'A: : rlll:"
    .1..1. : :
    ''I' have only a few years hour. de1dlls r"11" jelo was nlll fp.llM that I ar dulv '11.lf..I. i ;;, iy-; 'I''hiI : I "I I' f
    oplnlon--I am IIpeakhlK tormyelfthe IIYNelf I 1.0 r.-.ii I \\I \.I 7 Houth. nl"OQ N"HI.
    the to wbom refreshments.Mr. 2 1'mtulnIDI
    are men served as dMo fnr of '-I i.G'-I-ll' H 'UR. I"M".
    1 hanks ami we should state ('ould very well nnd IIS. J. P. Iummers ofMiamI. I lel.tor for.O/ce Ur..Inrll County.TalCi... Tuko lul.. t h"t lul.'r "I" by ( '' 101'0 J. I.. FHAZIIf1oclnl

    (;""d rhat He gave them to aft'ord when It hall Ihe tUlldl! avall-I are the Kuests ot Mr. SUnmers' .ubj.t next June.to Iomocrat I'rlmary ,...I.: CI" 1.1' .\ UI"N Ui. 1'11"ly ., "th.Ihll 1m.I ...\.,'ller..11''I'h M. :1"1'r.
    lU21.
    : Iy > 1. ..IOINH.
    11 Ilk.. t hette are born-they able tor the purl>ose. to expenll mother.. JOMephlne Sil.Ivan. ,. E. TOnODf.I In. .1".11" Ir 'Irl.lt C 'uu 1'1 or IIr..I.r"1 .. 1,11., 1" l'UIIIIIIII
    lf.s. ,
    l11aIh /),, money not ouly In the maJntlllnInt D.lYM. aC'r 111. thlr..r., I IIh. ( 'uloly, ""'lnr"I", In Ilt IIU.. 3.30-

    the road of 8ut'l1 beautlf\t'atlon\ project... ... ot h.reby ann""I"O mv.elr a .nnl. 11.I.r.IMr",1 Al"III.I"tur.. ofI wl.r,11, 1111 'olh.r"C.. 11"'I.or".I..
    doj
    tribute to \Valnwrlght
    Itlph I -
    I ; JIW- for h. NMtllo Mlry I. Jrllh. I. ."un"1. lun. I. l.alrllKn
    111"11'" was paid by Senator as may he put on by tbe ('ounty.hnt I thorne, J.was the glel'lt' of Hrldtord County.' Tlx.nilIl C'nlectorof j: 'idj,. :,lu : I.rlth.r:: [ ;: :::;:: .I''I": : lal." Ir..ml.lnlu""I.,1'r.""'1 I.. ,al.1 ..ll. :I 10 ror.'. :O'I'I'j 'I'( "11'II'I'UU':11.I'I"t": .\ D

    lIalt,. representing Hernan11' h)' actually puttlnp; money Into 1 ter. Mr. !ory GelKPr last MonllllY.I : P ;te !et 11.vpO: H"ttt tt : wmII.charlo ; A. 11"ln.r. (.lnt ...110 of 1,1"... 1.t""II, .v.r In''' h..II.r. --
    that 80rt ot thing.Ve want to Uwlr HI'Ir"vIJ '- .1"1"// I h. I"
    ot. the of sahl ot- "llly 1"lurhll In''rMI""o.1 ni thnt
    who has playell a very Miss Daisy Moore ot Clearwater. dute. N.I.e Ilrely 11 v.n
    I 10 h" ,
    ". ..k tl""lg'd 1"111 11 wil .I Innh [ rlbu an.1.I
    make Florida beautiful. Our roadll! 1..I..r. LOI.a.. te..
    ant part In the laying out, was the guest ot her aunt, Mrs. T.F. r. A. KSIOHT. A.lmlll.1 rlt"r. ,11. hl.h..t Ild'r In frult uf R".th .U". tlvl"I l'h.I", a/aln.t
    '
    IJ; uut anll I'Ihaplng' the legis.of have attrat'tel) a great deal ot attention Drown, this week. 1lh dlY S.AI>I. 192M.I 1'1 WR. ""I.fo cf,' Ih. "101"< ." .II""HI"rlp.nn- .JHnto lt < 1.lvlnl.to. ,
    < "
    the State Road Depart.III' throughout the country because Miss Irma Johns ot 10.181.:1111fo 1.I r.Cor. 11h.I'M.. lrlnl Ihe Ip.1hn'HI "".. .ro h.r..v r"'lllr..1 pr.-
    Iln 1.1 <
    JackRonvle. 11 Ih.lr dily t.
    ,
    ot the tact Ihat they are wen spent the week-end with her father. .hh.r or7 r 0 r I.I b I .I"II of J.ry I. JrlglJam, .1.1..1 nn"If M"'' I u f"Iw il. h..,,- tu Ih. .1.nnrnl'"Iul '. U..alth"t" .

    .
    Ject of 1.13-ll-I-K. h.loj II Inlll.M Ir..If.r" 1'.u"ly Cnunty.1"I.rld.
    dressed and well kept. The shoulders actol vlter.at the JuI" 1'.llord
    years ago." said Senator n. Jobns.Mrs. prlmnry of Jlne 6th, Iproml. to-w nld ( j11 1.'I"rlll. .. hi. a/'I.rov.1/ wihIn onay..ar
    "I carne In this same room lire kept In good conllltlon : A. W. Thomas and children. .. the elizna ot the county :('I'U'I') I H"rlnn: 12: North 1IIIf or Northp"Mt rrO" I .I".r Ihor"to.fr thll noti' -

    Ihe State Road Departmtntpetlnp the grass which we planted on an. Macon.Ga. law to elrorcement, Impartally 'unrt.r. N/'I h..1.1 'I.lrlr Ir h. h.I.1 II 10 the a.ea-
    Olver larvey.ot appl. ole ('ourt 'l'w"nlY.Rhth: .udlclul 11 pfrMn'U In..hl..1
    them Is looked otter and the roallIs : < .I.. Clrrult Cuuuly. 1IIrl.r. H"III\.t fll.r- r"1 their fli".I.hl.
    with b. Iru 1..1
    ; for the first time onIdel are spending wil alpr..I.ted.W. ir..lorII 1," Houlh "A H..thw..t 'Iu"rl.r In the
    I given the appearance ot atratlveness Mrs. J. 1. EDWAtDS "'I"rl<. In t' If II ; Norlh".Mt ..rl.r of f.rlhwlh. InIer"ln.
    meeting ot 1924. :, Mrs. Thomas' sister. J. IIIVIH.COlplalnant.. H..tnl 1.1"lllal rl 'I'hl. 23 ro <",
    I. fl".r.I.r .
    h.t NOlI
    'and It adds greatly to the 111.rl'r. Mnreh.
    resident of that assodatlon Tucker.I Thereby ""nnun.e mYlelr a cnndllnto of HI.t h"Mt 'IHtN'. 11 h'u"1 1: C. r.rVINn TnN
    had as its. object tbe build- beauty of the landscape. Rev. Lewl8 ot 'Vallo. preached 'nr re-el"lllon nlce VI.1."lra et '1.rl.r ff "' 1IArt.r I"JOI11 Atmlnt"trAtor.J"'lle .
    I nt Th"mp"ol N"rlh h"lr
    .h.rll nr.ord counly. .. ut lon lt Nnrlh..t "f
    tale Road No.5. I believe 1 bave been asked many ques- at the chur'h Sunday l : e I Kit, LIvln..tn.
    many : It a wise expendiure lat : "II: e ,7)1\"d\ :C"II : : : "" .. .tll.1 '1'11. 11. f.I;: t'I. : : :; 3-23-11-5-21 '
    I ronlls. Now we have good tons tme8 'I morning and evening.Rev. dutfe ot the I n"f N'll'l J.I':I'-I':;lANTt. AND Nnrt N"rl h of I'
    'JU 'Iun ,
    l11alntenance 01". rl'r. II 'IU '" \ U (: :
    ot to kE'ep n.I
    allli YOU can go anywhere InII money Dixon ot Jalksonvle, wi lcit the luPort the voter. ( Southo..t 111.rl.r. W..t offolthw..t '1'1'1 : ; :: t

    '111 any road and not beI on our roads. keeplnp the preach at the .'Irst el.uln" pI{mary.'V. n..r"otu ly. ''h'<0 I.aur. 1'. SIII.'l'ho"'Mon., I. Tholl.Ron 1.lur. 1. h.lf.'Iu"rl.r. Hnct.n"ulrl"r1 Ir.Nlrlh l'i ..1"Sntl.

    ,I wlwther the fire has burn.I shoulders In' ('ondlton and the chllrch of Hampton nex Sunday : her hu.llld. : AnK"I". "H. I.r. ". N"rth lul nr lollhw".t f"ulh""MI 11""r'er' or .. I. hpreby Ilv.n, to .al II
    I have salll'Y6S. : I.'on ': \' OF : \_ O. \\ Val I'\ MI. AI Nlrtol.I".le ; cr'dUn'M. I"NIt"H". .
    And .1.
    trimmed l' U"GIITI.'rlO" !".tll \ h.lf N.rthw..1 .
    grasA and S.
    I h pille straw you put there morulng evening. '\ VOI Klrl. InrJnl 2 : h or porM"8 ,",n. nKalnltIh.
    Nlrl I. hnvlnj
    Hwl.n "
    ''hrnugh sand bog In the .' Roads, lke a house wll deterloate The meetng was one ot much I herehy annuun." that Ilm 1 candliale .- ,I.r.", 'I..mln. .I.Calovl!o I .no.1. ,C"0V""; J. H. I IAlvlr.J. 'I'n 1 ""I"."MI 'I".rt.r of !"CU. ," :I; ni ..... ,1..Ile: nr,' 11'110111 Irnwu. ..
    for nr SOl. pr.
    It I r"'lllr..1 l'
    .
    .. and finaly KO to ple'eR Clarke otValdo.. tl .. "pervl. Th, II "uwl.h H..I 1"1" lre .
    will slp]
    ''II' whether you I Intert'st r"/l.lraton rnr rradford "ounty. Hlm.n I 1"1.,hel..r. 1':1.: '. nld lylll In Hru.llr.1 1 I Iy, ,...Tt II"lr rl"lmH Iuh.nt..t- (. ,
    they are not malntalnE'd. It's just made some : :.11.111 1"nk I 11..lnrl' to '
    1 8d. Those things you was lu attendance. ::rtr ; .[ H"lh 1.orlhlp I.
    w r'I n ( 11111 Hllnu..11 I 1 nr 1 In'r U.adf.. I!
    h '. about any a8 Important to maintain road8 on the b- .. ;I febd h h"r. >\ H.dl"l T"wn.hlp '.11.11" '
    to worry beautful 11scusslons te" ot thl" .. un I. 1 uhh.rd. Hol 11,1 If' f"IK" 23 I':"HI. Iyllj II'hL 1"HIIY., ." .wlhll 'In. y..r
    I think A. V. .1. Hhlpman. ,
    wet'ould
    It Is to' them and at Ir.y I. I't h..I.
    al.1 \ ,
    emI .upport .111.
    hlo. II Iii an due to the buid th. JUle prlm.ry. J 'IIrlol. n.t.e wil
    I lIagement of our highway very wel aft'ord. when tundsl ject.Mr.. and Mrs.Vm.. C. Iammerer I. .'VAfT. ell."""or" 11. .I"vo d.a.I",10 Ivt/ "I"IMIIW' 1 II- I .a"l..''1 wil I" .,10 In ..IIRry ':'I "II I'l rt, ::rl.h ', iro.q: ;!, :., ;:: It
    1..1'
    Road De- are to take that who here trom ('01 'TV ('(HI '..IU'1u-ul'r: I. th"1 10 hlH. h.r. th.lr "r '' A H '1..t".1" to I>" Ih.1 ,I..hl. r'rthwli
    11 the .
    ""II by State avaiable. are f'IFWH..
    Phiadelphia. h'I ,
    I h.rpl annoulce. ly."lf candliat. ... .1.111'.. "rte. .I.vl.e. 1.1 1". In I. Ih I 1.1 I 1 Allllll.tr.tor. j
    t nd Mr. Cresap, the chlet slblt1. respon-I were entertained at tea fyr '. to Ih. f'm.. of 11''" I"KII r'.I.r..II.Uves. "" ."J""T 1'I KSIOI'. Ht'k.) I" '" "'h'' llh ,IIY nf I\ f
    ,\ A. and !!. n, D. Heasley ot eomrnIH.lon.r fnr No. 1""IKnM. an.l 10.1 p.r..n. Irm. uld I'or. .1 I' ''Jlt\I.I.:
    .
    enKlneers"I ,1. 'IIILnnlt"
    lUll the other by IIMtrllt ., !
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    hem have had a part to St. Augustne. It. Johns ('ounty. In Oalnesv\e 11. last Saturay evening. kui.{ : l.lh ,:;: ;:: e ; I! f'lle :. I IMI'lenUous ;, ::I :''1 "' '::;H "r II::; ; 4-1-11--4 : '" :' -.-. .- -\ I I"I- /(

    ',,, wondertul systel11. the courle hl8 remarks berore I The Aid Society ot the .(. ;; t'.DJ'Wrc'nl"'V ; ::' ( I i::: "' I'Ia{: :., ,7 t ,'

    ,..r( ldent ot the American the deartment said: "I think the Methodlt church convened at the lalli Iylnl al.1 bolnl II /-urke.
    .
    I ,,,,,. Assol'latlon was In people ot the State ot Florida are i ito Methodist churcll here lat Monday r ( .,"1..0'.:. IUI'I" : 11..lr..1 an,'ounly.' d"M"rl1 Hllt"' IU tol"w.1.'I.rldil.k'lwn We can your

    It. anI) made the state- be congratulated on the person-I at tour : nl. Subject, "Christ her.ly. annolnce 1..lon a.n'YM.J .rom-Cal'dII.t. I ot Tw.lv. JU"'k ur"J ,". I YES clmrnp 8 HRS

    'I }'Iorlda bas the best nel ot the State no ad Departlent I Itor Overcame His Temptatons; How .Irr : ..n rt l :fn pan( I. .of ,1.lvlnl.t.n.. Tr"ly tiWI L.""rlark. ATTEHY In .

    "t' hl thways of any state the past three year.... we Should Overcome our .18trl..t "nd ,'olnty : .,..t a.rviI' .. }'lurIJa. II the W."t ''' STOIAfE

    ''llth..North Carolina not asked In our county for very whlh I I hI. H."p."tfuly : ; f ; rlfow h I I"tW I

    I lie did 1I0t tell me, but 1 how IIft'erent this meetIng tons. .ubmltell. U. l. McHAII (6)). South nll 1 'rwllty.two U 11I'

    I flat. About a year ago Is from Irt meetng helllby C'U" TV ("H' "I""IU 11-111'1. : : jhf, p'rso. Ynu al.1 each of you I Iar. StarkePIa.
    1 Road the board. tbat time the POLITICAL I her.hy .nno'I"' 1)'lr "UII"IAI noUI.d I t YOll hav.! '
    ''mllli ot the State fo. mude In Hult'' Smith's Garage
    ,
    rp..I.'I.n
    .m- I..a d"f.n.I..t. I
    II' told me It was the representatveli .ame bprore thl8 n.IM.I"n.r fr".. dl.trkt. No.2. I r.,1"11..1 .- "r"/ht h) n. Davia. wh,. alpl' .

    I I 111>::1 am bltlon tbat when board anll Immediate I Announcemen tspolt"al dlKlrkt wil onlnu.' .Ivll' Ih. 11. In bil of. comrlRI.I" th". ,
    .nd .rvl.. ..hi .
    ,
    J' "ut of office for Florida ('(nstructon ot many, many roalI : "r wh"'h r nl "Ip"hl. '.f. n. rl" 'VH 1.,1"11' :1 : -

    I IIr In the It Is gratltylng to I I rI rIul r I't
    1 In blghwaYIL and partcularlY announ""ment. are ('UCS'V 'U" 3T therlio
    "a.h 1"10' 1':1. UII'r 1,1 'lul,111 Ile
    We have It how form the me to find so many commending In vane. Arnouncement. wil b. herehy annoln"e my.e't' 1 eandl I f"rev..r ,'I.arln" cnntrmll! thotil"
    I
    Road for the run tle t"lnw- unti a.
    Autoot.'latlon -
    1 ot the American the State DEpartment ,
    .
    I price. ( ..eh. except ..mm''oner.' dl.trlct thre. re- al,1 ."r..1 n I that t ha coa1p..n."t
    .> \ that we havIt\ work they have done. county (\eera, '5 each. ele.t.d I w'l' cnntlnue to "Iv" Ih. ha. al< hulI" a VI & o.
    In und toHalcl
    t 'he end ot nine months''I The SUgKeston that the countes p.op'n Ira.l.r< "ounty a fllhfulrl fOe lund.. Ute ahaolut.ald del'lnrlll .

    Ihe wondertul Bystem of beautify their anll the FOil ITAT.] !nJ ATOll :: ; : :, : rne: : ; void any and IU clalmR. rlrht. tte

    j maintain the beautlIcaton To the Democrato 1le"tor. of the beet Int.r ot th. ,"ure c'ounty. or Inter."t .f any a\l al
    .y Florida wilt bave. department S.natorlal of L. o
    Flft..nlh .
    ;4l1n not speaking tor Hernan. was, accordlnK to Judge R, .'Iorlda. I r..p.etful, our tmH IHJLfFOi P"ronl tr'j! l ,W ED, INSURANCE Ii
    for In June primary .
    splendid, aupport .O'II"JIO. n-IU.T. Thlt you. ...I dpfendant. lam-
    iunty.merely al a citizen ofIt Gauter of Miami. a aa you. State Senator for aald mr..lt a. a ur,
    ,Ite. Hernando doesn't want trom two e eounIVERFTT .c ( known. ah.elt. conc"ale", nbn.rosld.nt -
    practcal suggeston. : nd"'a.r.d: : : \ : .
    't'itn' rl or ohe.wl.. do tn Ih.
    ing. We have one road, and points view or economy. The : : 1i" ."" ald O.Aham, and of complaint .0 exhlbltea.lnat AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886STARKE
    ot hrubbery and to you nn or "et"re the11h
    ru !atlsfted and happy. I want maintenance re-el.rtell wil contnuo 1".d'Y .
    FOR RFpnE.F..I.AT.VH the "ount I ameapable of A. n. .
    "nk YOU tor the West Coast trees, be pointed out. would b I h.reby of.,t .olclt your aupport at the ra"Ir.ult lay. ff Bradf.rll countv -

    ay Association and. tor what merely Incidental to the keeping that r am of a candldat.Count for Hep..ntatve .ubJect- the prlmar, Ih.n. Flor"18, tf .naw.r ..Id bil FLA.
    Br.dford W. HTSO of complaint.
    ave done for us." of the gras and the constructon .11 of the at, : W 10 exhlhl.d alllnM:
    In. tob. = o I .
    Hat1laW'8T. ," .. p.lmary .lt t .
    : "Ir :
    tJw.J lie held June 5th UU. aoUeltl. 1 hereby ann."nca mr..lt can- The










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    ,' & b graph a semi.weekly-two bawths a week is simply out of ropolitan dalllfs combined I ,
    Bradford County Telegraph I which is truth and we weekly f -l- TTllg
    the .
    ; \ W ) question.As I'?s7soS2sZS25Z.v nnnnt7S7 S7!Ssjtir u n s2s s I qs
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    If W. : -- some of the candidates!'! in Florida are going to be defeated IN OUR WINDOW (}
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    "f \ Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second Class in June, we reproduce a card of thanks published by a (} I 1

    Matter at the Post Office( at Starke, Florida; defeated Georgia candidate for their consideration: "I take ((}} 'f ft !

    ii; 1 E. Matthews: .Owner and Publisher this method of thanking those who voted for me in the recent (} J l l
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    The Lord and the Lord taketh '
    J. C. Robinson _____ .______ :Managing i Editor primary. giveth away. = ;.. -:. ,
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    nlf;; j SUBSCRIPTION KATE 1 i Another sign of the world getting better was the indict- GG1=I II t Conrruy .,f

    : ment last week by the Baker county grand jury of four men II ment Hr' r "" ", .. Sri",
    $1.50 Six :Months\ 73c:> -Payable in Advance ,
    Yearly
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    and four women for perjury. If an example is made of those 'SORRY, I '
    't' It I ,
    Advertising Hates Application.
    i on defendants there will be less of this obstruction to justice by I -r ; lilt", ", 1 'I [' etnta,',
    Kltl' 1,1rSS 1
    fly ,1t'1 n! I
    those who are willing to swear fasely. N I/ Some family trees are noted for their nuts. a 1110, [ j "I I
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    anh
    i I i hit.chl'lI ,\ 1''UJC !!
    f I 'he VOice ;Tn: )
    (' ; vote cast in Bradford I I \ t,1
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    Fond! Hathaway deserves to get every leleph ne,
    t
    Est L FRMOTHER PENSThe II .1
    't t.+ county for governor. y sthat t lr., red ,I

    j o L oeing intl.rt""I.. ..U.Utj 1
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    co : : Registration books close April 30th. Only eight days left 'VeIl, i, : ;" ,
    word pedestrian comes with a dull thud when the doctor 'Ihown m.' ,
    ,
    y'r j t register for the June primary.. from two Greek words, "pedes," tells him his wife just presented utist to I" t I-t:;;ass l it

    t i 0 to walk, and "tryandolt."-EusUs him with twins. '0 paint Pl., ,
    Y'JU
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    ,1" C ; Attorney General rules women must tell their full ages Lake Region. 0- Text trail I. .
    -o- Carson's vigorous; campaign InCatt" lnd I'll (
    tb, when registering to vote. The brute! The ponies will not run In Flor- territory Is producingmeows t. ,1 tf> a..
    I ,
    f o ida regardless' who Is elected of rage! and chagrin from The I I
    t, 1 governor.-Starke Telegraph. But the kitty in question, say* the tub t t'
    l / National Electric Light Association let loose a lot of canned the Calls' will continue to meow.- Homestead Leader. Carson Is get- THE NEW WHITE PORCELAIN !fancy Gor ', d her

    ''F ; s lightning at their Miami Beach convention. Miami Beach Sun.Congressman ting under the old man's skin, all lelonged WI,, '" sole,
    o --o- right.-Ocala Star. PERFECTIONOIL fclopment I l ..uburf:
    if modern
    .
    w
    ;: '1 Starke has the only experiment station in the United R. A. Green has I When Sidney J.0-Calls spoke here ,f whom w' I :IItill lI'onr

    .d1 ''; I, States where naval stores research work is carried on. gress qualified in the as June a candidate primary from for con the Saturday night he said: "If all the RANGEHere n addition I 'II,ggth( :. I I
    .
    .
    bootleggers and gamblers vote for PerfectionOil 'rising"YOII' ..
    I 0- second district. Mr. Green so far you can see the wonderful new line of : .oeJ$
    me. the other candidates can have It had ,
    j ? ; c+ make them the Leesburg Is unopposed to succeed himself. Stoves-all white full-porcelian enameled ranges 1-\\ I roia[ '
    > tljfrj ,, v i "Cities are what men says the rest of the votes. Which leadsus made to tl" '
    Ocala "
    Star. to believe the bootleggers and with built-in and stoves finished in porcelain t
    Commercial. And men are what their friends make them. ovens he kitchen II heiopector
    \ a' Il o --- gamblers are about the only peo- enamel and the new silver-gray Perfectolac (lacquer.) and h, ', :'" !
    Have you ever seen a horse fly- ple who will vote for Catts.-Wau- \4.:(
    j' ? '; The Times-Union editorial page Sunday was located in Detroit Free Press. Huh, have you I chula Advocate. Come in and let us .show you how these stoves operate !Hid suggest ,,;! '" wake!:

    I, t i' 1 't i 1i; the radio section but Powell and Armstrong eliminated all ever seen a sleeping porch.- -o-+ without smoke or odor, and the instant control of the I Itrniture'onlcone e.t I ",,"1 reaM:
    'i Tlmes-Cnlon. Did you ever see a EdltoBenjamin of the Palm flame. : /}r hall to
    r static. tick?Bradford County Telegraph Beach Independent that the ;shelves with ,'I tbirrnd
    says
    We will take in your old stove and arrange convenient \ be fan. .
    ti'
    o-- Did you ever see a bed weekly paper is the thing to which wert

    + Two Arcadia sportsmen reported to the game commissioner oprlng.-Eustls Lake Region we might add that the twice a deferred payments if you wish.DeWITT all the WOn1'.n, .'.a.rt emrector's -

    i ; I, that they had "killed" twelve, quarts during the hunting "Poor Married o Man Makes lilt," But week what paper our is old double friend the means thing.In C. JONESSTARKE One of wi tho f', ,II .11'1-'wk'" 'I,
    .
    season. says a headline in the Eualls Lake his able discussion is that the good .rlrls.would l ',''' nitre.
    y' I o. I Region Where? BradfordCounty old fashioned weekly papers have FLORIDA jU: I ne dress uj.{ in., kitche/:
    / Telegraph. Hits the ground more influence- than all the met
    I :r7 I hat began il
    : fhevvc
    ,. Gainesville News says "prohibition is here to stay. So ;:

    it is-it is too lucrative a business for either side to desire a suggestions for impm-
    icitchen and received r
    f change. some most delicious rte:
    ..
    .
    ro-- 'here's with the recipe urine

    j t Tampa Times says "the garden of love produces a l large an entirely newidea everybody After that to it take becami home

    crop of blooming idiots." And an equally large crop of briars nstitution
    4 even? meet,
    s .: and thistles.
    t out ideas forki
    ng new :
    o rovement, and new
    '' f They are having a "Be kind to animals week" this week in oil I In There were nt> officer!'

    t ii ti ? t, in Jacksonville, but the news article did not say husbands ranges :hat each member acted
    writing
    J w I were included. ;ary ur'> in i
    Club Notchc >!I-- the r-

    o ihe received from t tmembers. -
    '
    s' The world is getting better. Winnipeg business man ; 5r; : .
    t' ?
    spanked his wife, instead of using an axe or gun, because she '- Lr t ,
    k
    s kept bad company.
    t \
    t o

    K j I South Florida paper says "Love is everything to a wom I 3
    NEW; PERFECTION: ,
    f an." The cynic agrees that love is everything to a woman }

    until she gets everything. "T,' '"
    s
    t O ;

    4 d ::1l ; Statistics show there is one car for every five persons. !r LEAVES FROM I SA.:'

    t Much of the joy of living for some will be taken away when I' KITCHEN: toNOTEBOOI

    N ss' the other four are supplied.! ![ >

    d 1 I ''y o If Jane will >omt out

    + Turn your office over to the devil and be at The Lake 1 EIIii husband she will delicate"get ashamed, itnl of!

    Worth Press Convention April 26-28th is the advice being sentto .,. cook him some rea I i.+loci

    i newspapermen of the state. ::4 served us the m toi
    ments this afternoon flr
    0Tt f: aao 0 ?! 14 recipes:

    r The governor of Florida cannot change a single existing Y
    New Recipe for Chick
    I
    _
    law ---- 3J
    Y
    make a new one or disregard those he does not like. Keep
    from ft
    i Dice the
    meat
    r I that in mind when listening to gubernatorial candidates. r 3ffl .t I I 1. = s'Ii boiled tender, and lteO
    I removed from tiv fire.
    I o
    'I chopped hard-boiled tilt
    I4 !z A fresh egg will sing rapidly when placed In water.- \ diced celery one-naif s;
    t. Bradford County Telegraph. Thanks but sweet pickle and three-fa
    we'll take
    f our eggs of freshly toasted, &
    1 : X without music.-Eustis Lake Region. Cheep, Cheep. cup Season with ali cetaJ''
    ?w } a pepper. Mix with enoop
    6 mayonnaise to moisten.
    '
    I Bradford county farmers to date have received over

    1 k I $365,000 for 208 cars of strawberries. No charge for the publicity )" t Cheese Tea Bit*

    yl'' .1 Mr. Farmer, but we like strawberry shortcake. j._Full porcelain cnamc1. .!:now-wbite. 1 1 quart flourteaspoon salt

    ? An exchange says "a lie gets 0 half around the world New.compact: design..Grouped( : burners ,!I 1 1 scant teaspoon teasp baking iOn soda pow.'
    : way B";? .i "T.ve; 1. ,{'oven. 1 lump of lard the we*
    ; i A-
    before truth has time to get its boots on." Due to efforts of : ? :urate heatindicator. 4 tablespoons grated el*C
    otherwise estimable who 11p41 RA-1' \ Sv/i?" clean h. Buttermilk to nuke soIl>"
    people would rather repeat a lie : t:, 1"... One of &
    *
    '
    k quietuses <
    p Bake m a ( '
    ' at once
    than tell.the truth. \ 24 flew idels! .rofivlsatol54A : : a live ht n oven ay-
    .
    o over one burner of'"OIV1'-

    { ,, Boys from the school of journalism, University of Florida other leaving cooking the rest of the f"'"

    t were in Starke last Monday. Next Monday twenty-five NEW, sncrw'whice porceia.i.1; enamel Tim beautiful Perfection is of
    one
    t, fair journalism students of the University of Oklahoma City range that c tabs swiftly and' burns oil, new meth! k All convenient light-colored 24

    N f; ''It will pay Starke a visit. the safe, economical fuel! Come and see swift-cooking. All finished either, in G

    h I} ot .how bcaut. ;uJ it Watch'it! ; cook! lain enamel porce
    or in
    A peddler by the name of Outside is Perfectolac a new,
    now on the inside Examine its : 7 fearures. Sec
    ij j just cncc- durallo; 1Rearranging
    t lacquer
    of the never before
    4 r Tampa jail for peddling outside without a license. He and will used on
    you never be SaC: _>fied u>:' !il stove I
    tl J should be able now to get inside information on how to stay on it into you : : iJ hkc the lacquer now used on "-

    the outside of inside. get your kicchen. automobiles, but made to stand heat as

    I 0 For it isn't j just, a new oil range. It is a well as hard wear. on DIU-

    Two things we hope not to see this summer-the fool who new "kind of c.l Kitclif
    range..Modern..Quick... See these *\
    rocks the boat and the one who drives around new stoves at your dealer's. Mrs. Gray. kitchen .,]
    with
    curves "
    one Beautiful Convenient. herself out
    Finer han And whether that she wore
    hand.-Times-Union. Wouldn't call any man a fool for slid- you are ready to buy or around in it We saF
    you ever dreamed an oil stove could be! not 111one her '
    ing around some curves with both hands. don't miss seeing the things; : to group
    new
    range! end usin* the i 0IMrf
    .
    uC 0r breakfast room or to puI.

    r y Catts says the gambler-bootlegger vote of the state will EAST WAY TO BUY. Tour dealer" will demonstrate these room partition used, for makl"a
    be
    models
    elect him and the remaining candidates can have the balanceof mil no doubt be glad to tell you how you can take" any one new of them' home for you.and And, if you wish t it, 114 She decided to on the l"

    the vote. One thing he overlooked is that gamblers and wit C1.f you pay for it., shows how it will lookNet'

    ; ;? 1 bootleggers do not like a wide- pen state.
    ,1

    l f' Mr. Voter, if you had a business o involving millions of dollars FERFECTION] ] ]

    would you put a man in charge who would 1 sell you out fora f

    trifle or a man whose integrity and ability has rot been ,

    questioned 7 A vote for Hathaway means an honest, business

    c 1 t administration. o Oil Burning : ; *'
    .i'
    Covered
    td .t1 Former Rangesl\\l:
    Starke resident now in Asheville writes he reads )In. Grayed has ant"a
    l 'y the Telegraph while taking his regular Sat'dy bath. For that : broiler I that,cookSd.

    r j reason we will have to hold up our plans of making the Tele- ,ides at once.cover fttrl
    PERFECTION STOVB COMPANY I ove.: The the ba:
    ATLANTA GEORGIA ,for Dreading.baking. She biSClllU says as ,d

    roiling.

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