Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02330
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FLORIDAOD CONTINUES ATTACK Monster Crowd North Florida Presbytery FLAGLUKbELLb:::) :: ; :

BONISFOREX.1.1/.1'rT : \ ,
Hears Catts And

) WATERS ON DR. HATHAWAY Holds Session In StarkeThere ._ N TON. OF I. ?R 'r i I'' \ 1,

Carson In Miami -- .L..J.- -

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are three Presbyteries In REPUBLICANSOF ,
Turn pit Ciuirtiiliitu Charges Contract GIVES lloixN for ItiilMliiK, !Short Houloto ,. .
Tamtam! Trail WIIHLet 1.'r'c',1' And VIM) ;j llao(, TrackSixilk the state namely, tho North Florida Ill-Inning IljlnHtPremium i
on Illlllliell ( ,
I ". '..-k I>IUII KCH.. Territory anilFlorida. for IlmooOOo: < nut (.imtCoiihlilernblo HEALTH BOARD (Junhll ug! From Siunc 0 the Southwest and the Southeast BRADFORD 'In Tour. t'.I t
<;((),.jtIA.1a.un.' Platform Ik-fort n..t 1'ollt-
in }'::I.'H/4 Florida Presbyteries. -

Of Tliot Sum CHILL THRILL Irnl Throng| in Slntt Tho' North Florida Presbytery HOLD MEETINGPursuant Pulutka April 21.: -Urlnglng a \\ ,j

he >ia, April 23.-Aa 1mihlt oiivneil' Its session In the Presbyterian premium of $0.165 the highest I

) wall ot silence tell to.twrn Jacksonville, April 21.-The Miami, Fla., April. 21.-Friend church lu Starl.e April the to a call published In price paid for .nlmlllar type bonds

Pensacola and all latest attack of Doyle 10. CantonTampa's Klngsloy KoHliU'iit'HCH, Long Ilntunrp and foe of race track gambling 17th at 7:30: p. m. i'he meeting \!r ,
I road :
Ilio Telegraph\ ) a fl t'iiuiul) 1cm ii mll..1tnWl'111I1It In Florida for several years
n VV'-at Florida, east ot De- candidate for governor, I to K\eimln( > spoke from the same pluform last wit opened with a delightful suing
KattleMiuke.Tuesday's IIl rvko assisted by the choirs oft was held, at the courthouse and brl.lge' district bond* for the ; f f'V
!Springs: night in a monster political '
the banks of the upon the state road department'soperation he I nu pt 1st and !Metbodltitchurches .. In St an-ke on Saturday April construction! of the Ftagler stretch, -
'111 <>n the Park, where
held In City
in which he alleges a ing
Miluin'liee river was report- Times-Union' carriedthe and joined In heartily 21x1, ut 8 p. m., and<1 tIne utmost of Uoud( No. 2 8. tutu Palutka-Luke V V
contract on the Tamlaint trail was this important Isauo of the gubernatorial -
I the ministers and the congregation. V
ii) 'Kunlak Springs as prac let for $300,000 and cost considerable following article on the experience by : hiirmoiiy prevailed.A City Short Route were sold yesterday V
the Allts campaign was discussedby the Flakier county board t.
off by /
washed map. in excess of that sum, cameto of he( Jacksonville healthcorps county committee\ with N. I B. ;
enemies the retiring
avowed -
of the little mill town of two political After the sermon by of bond trustees to Well hells &

ils has eacaped yesterday the attention of Dr. Fous A.- In dealing with the question James M. Carson and Sidney J. I moderator the communion Hull HH chairman was elected to Irwin and Wright & Warlow of ;

| sal,j, as the Choctaw batc- Hathaway, chairman ot the state for of exterminating a rattler betweenthe Catts, both candidates for gover w as celebrated. A new moderator surve the next four yours: One Cincinnati, O., a bid of $104.11. ,
lied unprecedented heights road department and walls of a Kingsley Lake residence wall elected for the coming your, ,'leKuto\ a'ii.i 1 ono alternate were The entire! Issue of $150,000 V V
governor, upon his return to this nor.An audience variously estimated which the Presbytery adjourned I L
I was rising: also selected to attend the stateOLVOiitIOit bonds bearing 6 per rent Interest V
pi It Is another
fer was approaching Wout- city late yesterday. for teething between six and eight thousand to moet at 8:30: o'clock ,' to be hold at Diiytoua wero taken jointly by tine two V
to discredit The remedy
from Carysvillo by attempt by the Tampan proper persons heard the two candidates Wudnuttduy: morning. llt'iich on the OtIs day of May as Drum

\*\r arated>. and residents of that UUigi : the work of the department children cold\ foot pneumonia, champion their causes--Carson In At the morning session the usual wc'lI na a delegate anil alternate Twenty flrnm wero, represented '. I

were reported reudy ta in connection with the building of measles and every other known opposition to -return raco track 'routine business was taken up. t U> rnproHvnt ire .BPruiul. roiiKroHrtlonul In the bidding with several offers I.

UI ) a moment's notice. the Tamlami trail. the ailment of mankind has been given gambling to a return of race track The' reports showed that during district from I this (county of premium Brown & Kummer '. I 1"" ,V y

Ullo Under Wateryule Dr. Hathaway declared that out by the city board of health to gambling In Florida and Catts in the year In the entire Presbyterian llfith delegations were unlnHlructutl. bid $10101 I t) I'ruden( $102.04 I : and'

|i rj was completely under bids were based upon- a unit "price Information seekers, and Dr. N. A. an argument for tourists." church! ninety thousand I W. L. Slayton $100.75HoniU V ,'-

fund( estimates of the total and that that price was adhered to Upchurch, city health officer Meeting\ of the two avowed political persons had united with the MeotliiK: was adjourned, subjectto will be validated Immediately '

were impossible. All of throughout the term of the con- thought yesterday that there was enemies was not in the nature liurch. This was an average of call t of the chairman. I, It was stated and the I \" 1"

tract, a policy in line with that by Catts of down the .. .....j;
Iulatlon, was safely in the nothing new under the sun for his of an acceptance nearly 1800 marching Klagler county, board has already I"" I

ut llonifay flfteen miles to employed throughout the nation. department to be called on to do. Carson's challenge for debate but isles every Sunday and uniting BERRY SHIPMENTS hail, assurancft from the state road I "I

| The bids were primarily made followed Carson's expressed determination with the church. The reports on that actual construction I"" '
|L while it was reported that Hut he was mistaken.A department V
(rum the lowlands were purely on engineer's estimates as hurry call over long distance to force the Issue against mission work showed great pro- LIGHT of the road woul.l begin as I' I''I:
rock '
to the amounts of muck and who Is generally recognized There Is now a member- available ,
Jld along the Old Spanish telephone was received by the denuiiniant Catts, gress. soon as the money was / '
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I to be removed in order to clear a .. .. from.-',.. Kinaalev_._ lake from I as the candidate of the "racing' ship in the combined Protestant Active co-operation from this J! '
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fate of several small com roadway, construct a roaa ana provide an excited person asking the most Interests." churches In mission Heidi. of 3- Movement Tol.II'4 .11 Cur flyl"rciglit county Is pledged the construe

along the Choctawhatc- proper drainage. All bidders approved method of removing a It had been thought that Catts 500,000. This sflows the great mid KITH: | ; lleann tlon of the highway in Flagtercounty

orlh es and south was un- submitted their coat estimates on attlesnake from between the walls would be the only candidate on the success of foreign missions work Mi>vhi|{ In 1'urlotH. realizing the advantage to t

Several! residents ot the same engineer's estimates Dr. of a house. The doughty health program one of a series being during the past one hundred years tills section of bringing Flagler I V'
? north of Bonifay Hathaway pointed out. and olllclala of the department given in Day Front Park under the Dr. Tucker was elected a Commissioner For the woek ending/ Wednesday county Into closer" communication.

|fa creek, It should be held In mind that inspectors confessed themselves auspices of the League of Women to the general Assembly night: a total of 242,994 quarts of I !

i-escuaed. from the tree-tops the Tamlami trial through this slumped Voters, but at the last minute Carson which meets May 24th, after which berries were shipped from theStarke.Lawtey REGISTRATIONBOOKS ;. ,I II

cUy.RFlumaton waters particular section was built from conference developing dropped everything to come the Presbytery took recess for district practically I
the flood After a
blasted from the roadside face ot t tho shipments 201fiOO ,- '
nil Luwtey
while atuu material that the house owner from the West Coast to meet d I n net. CLOSENEXT

|iported the as receding Little ISscambiaI and in a canal and an exact suggestions burn the house, tear it down, se to face his adversary.In The ladles under the supervision quarts, going by freight, a to- ;

oil of the material necessary Catts declared that till of 35 (ltrS. Three' cars rolled V
I been forced estimate king snake to battle the his speech, of Mrs. Uglow, had provided a
residents cure a MONDAY
tor the construction of the road and starve the the $11,000, which Carson claimed most sumptuous and appetizing by freight from Starko, the movement V
rattlesnake use
buildings gas
in higher
refuge and the muck removed from tile of tile proposals were Catts received from a Lexington dinner, which was enjoyed by by freight and express .- ,
lug able to the meager reports surface of tile roadbed could not given reptile to, the troubled Inquirer. Ky., horsemen In 1924, represented about 150 people. Dr. Tucker bad being, II.HIM: quurtn foo\tJ\ |I'n leer of. 1t.ItI"I."lIon |1t'IH"'t, ,'

iueplon Ala. a baseball ex lie determined. 'This estimate was "Oh thank you sa much," said a loan which. was' a personal affair arraiiKwd. with the Presbytery: to ,,Jit| addition( to tile ntrawborrymovement IteKlMlriillon DN Now u-
made by the department's engineers voice on the other end of tilttelephone and he didn't have to discuss have Dr. J. II. McUormack appointed two cnrx (of beaim" wore ofItoglntratlon. l.102.: ,
from Selma was yeas : the
Bu train back. I tin a formed the basis for con- I "We knew you could It publicly." toast muster and he performer.! .hlpiu'il from Luwtey for I lie mime

working 1'ensacola its moved way today iraclois' bins. The bids determined tell: us what, to do." Carson spoke first and was given his task with such sui-rexs that the prrlod, an'" I slightly/ over :3,000liumpers : hooks of Hrailford : ,

I from a uuu price per cubic yard ------ a fifteen minute rebuttal following after dinner speeches of about l hy express.! HIS I hampers county eloHO lI"xtJollllllY afternoon r I V

east as UeFuiiiak :Springs. ot excavated l11atel'ulll1nd ot blasted Catts, who classed himself with I I three minutes each, were bright,, wero shipped frnm Stnrkn by ex- H. C.Vnll., supervisor of I

illlgaiiVashecl. Away News- :: material and no- change was LAYTON JOHNS "George Washington and Sears,, brilliant, entertaining and enjoy )1'-1:1.*: ("rices! for Lieu ins on th") reulHtration, stated( I this week., Ho V( !'
|U McAllister, of Illlll- made m this: unit price throughout and Roebuck us the "only three able. At the night session on platform ruimed from $1.75 I to OHllmateH thoro urn still between : J3'4
went Irani here to OVER TO '
me contract. BOUND friends a poor man lias. Wednesday, Dr. H. A. Torry, who $2.75 )per hamper.Movement 1 150 to 200 persons) (qualified to nI '

lid l reported that small the com-Yel- Concluding, Dr. Hathaway mat | The Miami man replied with the has been a Missionary In China for I IhU week 212,791 vole In the Junu primary If they V

fl)> washed away by should be' prepared ''- COURT that Catts had purposely quart f
public CIRCIUT
ud mat the : declaration 13 years gave a most encouraging will register; before the books ,
vift ordinarily a tiny stream, for regular in- the real issue, that Average price' 20c quart.
by this time | dodged and interesting address. After clout He Is especially anxious > p .
nw two and u half miles Htalmeuls 01 charges against the trial held ot "attempting to deliver the state which the Presbytery adjourned to Previously reported 1,5 i7t56 that every qualified voter In Urad- V V V
Bt t.wenty-llve houses weretd tins quai- At the preliminary 1 the hands of imnrttl.'l'otai. "
from In to third Tuesday the
rou4 department government meet lu Miami the ford get his or her! name on 4
but no lives werwicU of last week quart*. V .4
away luuipa Thursday date 1,790,850
the to ,
ter, particularly since actionof the crooks and gamblers. lu November. All joined In saying hooks before I he books clone April
| lost. candidate bus his paid auditors m Johns was ordered held for -- --- this the moat dullghlfnl Receipts to date $:> I V
was uV
Jul nver, near Crestview had aud Gainesville lurasWug the grand jury at the spring I-'AMILY IU.l''IiIXT: ':' HTAItKK In addition to the movement by 30th.Mr.
Florida Presbytery Wednesday m
'iaiianusnee meeting of the North Wall Mated' that up to
,'J and transportation be- hedustres term of court to be held next from Sturke I
information us freight and express
suck they had ever attended.\ afternoon 1592!> names had j
iJeFuniak :Springs: and In use eu'orts: to discreditthe month Ills bond was set at $300. A family reunion was given Sun- The l'I'Nlh <>rlttl and Lawley' there halt been untiHiuilly ( ruglttterud, dlvl.leil among

'view was expected later in the Johns is charged with breakingand day at the home of Mr. and Mrs heavy buying; during I tho' lieeu
Woman'sorganization ,
department.IMt.'ilCKLK The Presbyterlal: the eight precincts as follows:
-- entering the residence of Itev. Mallory Thomas near :Starko: the two weeks) of berries bytrUcks '
-+ of the
In the territory 363.
No. 1.-Lawtoy
|phoue advices from De- ; HONOHKU J. T. Barnes, near Lawley, during occasion being the seventy-third This from nearby towns and
Presbytery 515.
North Starke,
uk Springs today were that Barnes absence from February 6th birthday of Mrs. Thomas' father, Methodist Hies. Ruins first of the week injured No. 2.- i
In 349. V
met 3. Slarke,
persons still were marooned The greatest\ honor the Presbytery to March 14th, hauling oft the furnishings Mr. W. J. Johns. Society with the market value of the berries No. -
church Wednesday a. in No. 4.--Graham, 17.
en route to Pensacola or can collier Is to elect a man and dumping them in the All of his children were present and anl 1 prices dropped.Starke ( '
of between fifty 118.
au attendance No. 5.-Hampton. V
8 east. commissioner to attend the woods. It Is said Johns attempted except two. Those enjoying this -
as the President
ilroad and telephone com- meeting of the General: Assembly. sale of some of the furnishings occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. W. II. sixty, who Mrs.called Skinner tho was meeting to Favorites No.No. -Therusna 7.New River, 51., 57. ; i 5

olticlals would not hazard a Tile Assembly is the highest court brought about his arrest. Bond Hodges and children, and Mrs. wel- 'ii '
Tucker a
order. !Mrs. gave No. 8.-lIrook..r,
as to when they could re- of the church and is composed of was furnished for his appearance Louis demons, of Starke, Mr. and to the ladles and after some 1'hisVeek Total 1592. 1 V &d '
come Playing ,
1 services in the stricken area one thousand Commissioners.: The before the grand jury Mrs. II. O. Hlvers and children, of the president, the -.-- _. .i
remarks by -
Crestview, Assembly this year, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johns,
110al river near of the -------- Lawtey,
meeting VIHITOIt of the Prenbyterlal was
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>1<; business DeclaresIn
it 500 feet ot the Louisville is exceedingly important, as some mi'LANK MISS and Mrs. S. T. Johns of Jackson- taken Mrs. Mitchell, a return- The Williams Stock Company Catts

I /Nashville railroad bed: hadWushed vital questions for the church and ville, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKlu- up. was present and opened( a wnek's engagement here
settled. The !Mrs. I). L. Shaw, and ad missionary big canvas Favor Racing
be and la their
away. A sfmllar con- the world, are to Miss Ne-Hl ,was a. ney, Mr. some Interesting: facts of the, Monday evening! I'
IJr. Tucker The biplane Itertls, Johhnle and W. J. gave erected on I the vacant I _
|n was reported to exist near Presbytery felt that .1 -.1.1.,... ,? eioi-uo' laat. Thursday children, .u..._ u__ ."_..I umrk.. in the.. far oant. Reports from theatre on__. -
sate and influentia viaiku ti* ota.nv --- Johns ot Jacksonville, Iun,. imuuiaAtkinson -- -- --- lot next to the Telegraph onniMr. I"
Jutun.Datmngo' would' be a : dropping the different local societies showed Jacklonvllle.Irll 22.Sidney J V
the Interests ot and Friday afternoon, and Mrs. Rosa Atkinson and Mm. Klmer: Luzonu .
Uiicst iuiatedury man to represent discs attached to tiny para- that much work for the Master bad I .J. Calls, former Haptlitt preacher I

available wrecking train the Presbytery at this crucial metal The discs were good fora of Drtioker. br>piv accomplished during the manager ot thin dhow, are former placed himself squarely In favor J'' 4 4If
chutes. received gifts on and !May lllus-
many -
been dispatched to Mr. Johns residents: of capacity \
irew meeting of the Ne-Hl drink, redeemable year. In several churches Mission horse racing before a
looded areas, in a feverish at- .---COtltT-: bottle at any dealer. As the this occasion (classes and study classes had been some, leading lady, and her husband crowd at the Temple theatre last I I
1'Juu.B'S the
>t to get the tracks in condl- COO C the and II. Lee Allen, who Is capable address\ In behalf of
parachutes floated earthward each i\CKPllN.\L; STILt\\ IIKItltYYIIILUH : maintained during year of the orchestra, night; an I II

to pass) trains. No accurate Franklin, threatening personal afternoon there was a scramble by large sums had been contributed director here. his candidacy for the Democratic .

,iii of the damage to rall- Sam father placed and some grown for both local and foreign work. are also well known nomination! for governor.
; children
to the "It Pays "
.i ;oulJ be ascertained but O.KB violence the be the McCormuck! was elected The opening play "I'm the race horse man," he V,
bond of 4 :200 or in default 'folks, to secure the prize, while Tiha season has proven to Mrs. J. three-act comedy, was a

: chief train dispatcher ot under of peace bond DO days! in jail. Sent> remainder of tiLe throng watching heaviest strawberry season for president\ for the coming year. a ami: well received declared, In relating a conversation -
L & N. here said it probably --- decided BIICCCHB had with minister nev- f
looked as If they also Bradford county In years, not -- --- he .
the plane who greeted '
I d 1 run into the hundreds of to road gang. dignity by the large audience eral weeks ago, when the minister 9
personal their but In the amountof Makes J V V
Davis, threatening: would like to forget only In acreage Johnson at their first appearance. )
Edgar: tliene performers "had
teleompauy that he
sands of dollars. The of asked him If reports
; placed under peace and join lu the chase of the parachutes yields to the acre !Some: beautiful flowers 1 .
t ,: has suffered great- In jail. In the breeze.FlI.LI.NU reported to the Many been running around the state f /
bond of $100 or UO) days carled along the largest, as Fifth Escape prevented !Mrs. I Lazone and true. V b 1
ben were
fco, with service suspended S Telegraph are as follows: with a race horae man, were V
many points Uoud furnished. assault and battery STATION IIUHNS Tate Crosby, 96 quarts from one May Klossom William by Starke "Mr. Mank, my Dade county I!
Love, I night a
Emma: admirers. not racehorse
the es- Is a
train crew reported picking over 1,000 plants. Sent ..11 From llriulforil County to acts, campaign manager
by jury.Albert between
of one family, which had ; acquitted assault and battery Fire last Friday night destroyed 'W. M. Oliver, 64 quarts from !Serve Five Venn for IJrcuk- play Is given, man, he Is my rum runner V
the last.Hanta Melton, on road 13 southof singing! anJ dancing specialties bird man," !Mr. Catts
ell In their home until the filling station plants.T. .log un ; acquitted by jury. Starke that had been operatedby 1,000 Wainwrlght. 30 bushels: are clever featured, with a asserted. "Give me the votes of all 'j

G-Au: 24.-Middle River In East: Central Georgia Q. A. Marcotte as a filling station from. a L.field ot 14,000 plants. April 23.-"I'he' escape ground of chorus beauties.will be the rum runners and their frleuds

Southern Georgia and Ala Oconee and varying In width from SO and' grocery. The flames had In one Instance a quart of berries ot three negro convicts from The last performance with the and all the jail birds and their .

tta i and northwestern Florida gained such headway that the I from six plants. state road camp near here, was given( Saturday evening friends and the other candidates r
miles picked a "
100 was which IK a "
>t by the most disastrous floods to Disastrous damage to crops, building was destroyed before the In spite of the heavy rains which reported today to the prison bu play "Illack Face, Mrs. can have the rest of the votes, the

laDY years as result of torren- which newly planted and now vir (lire truck reached the scene. The I curtailed shipments for several reau. Among those getting away comedy attraction featuring former governor declared.. V V

1 rains last Saturday and Sunlit destroyed, must be planted building was owned by Mr. Hague found It difficult at was Zeke Johnson serving a five- Lazone at a "colored mammy. ----
tually days, growers for all
Contents of' A real treat Is In store
of SouthAlabaw.a and was uninsured. number from Bradford county MarchReportOnUse
again; nearly all crops times to secure the necessary year sentence these performance. -
i lives known to have been must be replanted. the building had been removed of plckers'and packers. for breaking and entering, who those who attend

; damage to buildings highs Ala., claiming to be 10'rii\-!/<<,... v>v Mr. Marcotte to the new -- mad his fifth escape. The other I Thirty-five members comprise anda of Gasoline VIf

and crops runs Into unestl- Orewton town per capita in United ...1tng'e- ted by him nearby. VKTiUANS!: MKKT THUIt.SDAV two were Moss Watson, serving' the cast of this company the V
richest has greeted
Jed millions of dollars. becomes little Venice as I Origin of the fire was reported as two years from Brevard county for large audience -

Climates of homeless vary from States, about work In bat- unknown.ADK1.NB. As the Telegraph was going to forgery, and Robert Church five performers each .night. __ The March report o .f gasoline! .

00 I to 6,000; half dozen town citizens go; 1,000 were driven e-JAJiDlUATK press, the few remaining Confederate years from Polk county, for assault WILLIAM H. I1KOOMK: I>..d.\IJ used In Florida, Issued by tno inspection i _

villages evacuated sa whirl- teauxteaux by the Inunda A Veterans of J. J. Dlcklson to murder. bureau, department of ag
homes -
their _
homes all from C. V. were holding their showed a total of 23- V V
waters Inundate ; Camp, U. 'Monday carried rlculture,

aeless cared for and no suffer- tion.CItizens ot Newton Ga., on Judge A. Z, Adklns Is Second a can- meeting at the courthouse. After NOTICE Press Information dispatches ot the death of 079,726 gallons used as compared V
delegate from the In organizing for Feb
disaster, similar didate as the luncheon provided them by the All those Gainesville, with 20,716.205 gallons
fearing National S. Brooms
Flint river, District to the Circle here are William county the
Congressional of Woodmen Bradford j
United a For
cute In extreme homes In
conditions of 1925, flee be local chapter away at a hospital ruary.
to who passed
th Alabama and In Northwest to floods and abandon Democratic Convention | the Confederacy, the veterans attended requested to meet next Wednesday Mr. Broome, who totals were: March 69,951; February
ground Jacksonville.
Ida as sluggish streams choked to higher WaVes held In Hou ton, Texas, he the Memorial Day exercises afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the one of the 60,752 gallons. For the V f

h daluge empty slowly into- ea,,, town to approaching' reaches of Wednesday. Judge Adkins l ia well held In the afternoon at the high Woodmen hall. The State President was fifty-seven, was In Central same two months the kerosene ,
of lower Is beat-known attorneys P.
and of
ding farms and sawmill com Inhabitants rivers In known over this district school building. Hon. p, L. Gas- Mrs. A. C. Strickland had hosts ot friends consumption amounted to 11,831 ,' '
Oconee could and
Ocmulgee and most capable men that the Butler will be present on this Florida respectively. I
ities.Kail I Georgia warned to of the kins of Jacksonville was Lake the state. and 3,323 gallons ,
and highway traffic virtur South Central water stages during be selected as a representativefrom speaker of the day. occasion.
prepare for high the second district.
paralyzed over area
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> IiF 1 PAG IK "awn nilADFOKD COUNTY TELEG ''']L STARKE_, FLORIDA_ ____ __ ____I'RIU.11 11Rq.,
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{ \ Nuthln' Carpenter : Lawrence Walrath at the Phi Kappa Mrs. Reddish mother. Mrs. J. S. aging 10 cents each the price of
}, EGGS I Rosier Sunday. two bottles of soda water, for the NT
LFT'S ALL EAT Mrs Wm. Pierce Phi house party I .
R. S. Rosier was a visitor to ; Orphanage at Benson Springs, on F."
.t : Consolation ________ Mendelehon Mm. C. H. Clark entertained IN
''ij; l.I'; Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr 29th of April, which Is the last TilE ,
::J.. \ ; FIRST WEEK IN MAY Waltzing Doll _________- PoldlnlDorlby Monday evening at her home with and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and fifth the Sunday before the onual Con-
two tables of Cut the weekend IQTCIIE
\ \ .. 1, ----- Jenkins bridge. roses children of Sapp spent J
F 1..9......N........ : '... Ave Maria _______ Burgmuller airs garden flower were effectively with Mrs. Hester Sapp. ference at Tampa in June. The
M1' + SoniMlmes I think tlin time will I Pixie's Ballet _______.-__ Brahm used in decorating and refresh- Cheathem and Cohen Peele orphanage treasurer, C. Brinkley, '1 '

soon be here when every week I iw III I ; HIGHLAND \ Donna Kerr ments of sandwiches coffee des- were visitors to Starke Sunday af reports that for the last three or ,- ] .

the year will\ be designated a :Ml.. M. B. Iteke. Cor. ai !March Pontificale _____ Gonnod sert, and home made candy were ternoon.Mr. four fifth Sundays the offerings -- .u.. -
w _______________ and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and maintenance of the .. ::>--.
some kind of campaign week Lai ....................... Twilight Frlml served. Mrs. Clark's guests were: that go for
week I wrote about Forest Wee Carl Cooper Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Cornish, Mr. baby were the guest of Mrs. Hester orphanage have fallen off about 50

because I think that Is a goo Highland April 20.--l\Ir8. O. M. Nocturne ______________ ChopinTo and Mrs. Wm. Pierce, Mrs. E. P. Sapp Sunday. per cent of normal. Methodistsare

: thing. The very next day our Orlbble, Mrs. II. C. Wimberly an'J The Spring __________ Grieg Caughey and Mrs W. If. Ogden. Rev. L. A. Donnelly of Starke, urged to be liberal on this fifth Cmrttiy tf tat r 01.
(t county agent; came around and began Miss Beth Wimberly were visitors Mrs. Edna Anderson Mr. and; Mrs F. G. Cornish and filled his regular appointment here Sunday as the needs of the Homeare mist. Pear,

talking about National Kg/ to Baldwin Saturday. Morning ________..__.__ Speaks I two daughters and the Ilev. and Sunday. pressing. Superintendent '.'I WISU you
i Week, and It also looks like a good O K. Thornton and family of The Elf :Man! _____.-______ Wells : Mrs. Benj. It. Weld left Keystone Robert and Truby Orlffls of Glen Shannon reports 106 children in out last t I1/n r

I Idea. LawUiy. moved ben last week.and Mrs Wm. PierceA I" Heights Tuesday for Palm Beach St. Mary were the guest of their the orphanage and the money rals- Nancy, as the\ .

The very first thing I asked' tilt are pleasantly !located In the Seaboard Prelude C Minor Rachmaninoff I I where they will spend the remainder parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grlf- eJ on the flfth Sundays goes tosupply of a Kitchen i t i I'', 1l

I I was bow much good all thin talk' cottage. Fawns ____.-_ -__- Chamlnade I of the week. tie Sunday. their _u"o.Say _____..I _. I worked out -tin"

..1 was going! to do the farmer' Then Mss! Catherine Crews returned Jeannett Lawrence About forty people atteuded a Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Starlingand I or scheme for'.' ,

t 1 he got started and before I could Sunday from a two weeks visit Without exception the members )I picnic supper served by membersof little daughter, were the en. That's ." '
:. + u stop him ha explained how tbl with relatives at Crandall. of the class performed with characteristic the adult class of the Keystone guests of Mrs. Starlings parents the I, ";::
i national poultry council wanted to Mr. and Mrs C. B. Bennett of skill anJ poise. Unstinted -I I Heights community church Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Grime Sunday. it with Flowers this afternoon I

t. ; get everybody talking and writing Lawtey visited relatives here Friday credit Is due Mrs Smith in ac- evening April at the club Gertrude and Sybil Rosier of I- finished it up .

k P about egKH. Then thane poopli knowledgment of the remarkable '' house. A variety of games were 3app, are spending the week here Flowers For All new recipes. I .

would have to eat a lot of eRgn to I o. M. Slntrunk of Starke was a progress made by her pupils this enjoyed throughout the evening. with their grandmoher, Mrs. Hester story to her kit o l

prove that they had faith la what business visitor here Wednesday. year. j : Sapp. Occasions i explain some < ': .1 I .. ., ''

pf : ;j they aaid. 1 Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Mrs. F. E. Carr alb j NN.NN.........NNI Mr. and Mrs. L. Orlffls of Starke, I see there. '

1 ? If everybody got started' eating ;, entertained. Mr.! and Mrs. N. T. I Tuesday" evening. April- 3.- with :,' spent the w ek-end here with rela- Gertrude Godbey "Mr. and1: f
'I 4 eggs as usual, he dinner at her In honu I : Rising : tives. .
tjvlce as many : ur ''en 01 siarxe: Sunday.Mr party homes! j just recently 01.1'
5 Bal',1 It wouldn't take an agricul I and Mrs. Chas. Wilkinson) of Mr. Carr'g birthday. The guest!I Laude Iturninn, C'or. AndersonPhone widower i .
I? SODA POP with t ii)
tural economist to figure out what 'and two children of Green Cove were: Mr. and Mrs. Almon Con, ...4.................... TWO ItOTTI-JOS' you ever saw \l I"I,
would happen to the price. Ol Springs, visited his parents, Mr Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark, Mr. Job .
gt 9 course I had thought about and Mrs. Geo. 10. Wilkinson Sun Mouser, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Lawrence Rising, April 27Mr. Lawton There are 66,000 Methodists( In 3& Waldo, Fla. of those mothi f (

I that end of It, no we agreed on that day. and their daughter, Get" CrawforJ! and family of Jacksonville the Florida Conference and they I let anything go hltramp ?1

point. i Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lang and tru'Je.! were visiting relatives and are asked for a contribution aver- '.'___ '__0- ,___ _or wliatc it
he showed me a lot of lit- '' Starke (I| friends in this section a few days fed'if' it .
Then children, were visitors to Mills Arneeta J. Ogden left Key fines to h 'iht'
SalurJay.I ; [stone Heights Wednesday Aprl lust I ) week. SEE BOTH TYPES HERELONGCHIMNEY said anything ab>,", ,. sal

/t-: I I George Halle of Jacksonville 18, for !Miami Beach where she I Misses Mary Bellflower and Os think that her rr':1": .
wax railing on old friends here Intends; to spend a week or ten teen of High Springs, were guests' ing up her kitchi. It
R contained, and all about the father of Miss Iris McRae Saturday.Mr. @I(:
't they Monday. I days visiting her W. 11 I' of that boy. HIM
I 'I' -
I expert a lot Lee Haltlwenger and daughter *I
vitamins In them. Chas. Saunders of Green Cove Ogden.
that i
but I dl'.ln't nee Marie, and son son, B. L., were "v.- I if she cat f
true Collector
a' 1, Ps of that was Springs: candidate for Tax Mrs. C. R. Lawrence Miss\ Rutl I fortable and it- '
t t- why people should have to know In Clay county was a businessvisitor Lawrence, Miss\ Helen Ogden and visitors to Jacksonville Friday. 11'r'he !
the chemical analysis of eggs to here Monday.'ZIFF. Harold Lawrence spent Wednesday Miss Letty Edwards: of near won't be such ,I 'cmNVNCV:

know that they are good Mary! In Palatka. Starke, spent Sunday with MissIC.lna I .
took nldes with the agent and together ......................... Mrs E. D. Mowry and Mice\ Rutl and Vera Harnage. KITCHP\FRi/Mt

they won out so I agreed. Lawrence entertained Saturday! Mr. T. K. Stokes of Waldo, wasa i M'B:
i : : this section NOT*' ,It.OK>
I business
r leaving visitor to
Just an the agent was : April 21, lit Mrs. Mowry's home
1 I askod him to tell UH again the Miss Opnl Lewis, Cor. with an afternoon party in honor Saturday. Mrs. Collins' k'

v dates for this week of egg-eatlnK.1 o*#*5 5*.*...O ........... of Miss Margaret Dodd a senior In; I Mr. M. P. Haltlwanger, who has tiful! She has 'n
that I been his uncle. Mr. Lee cate gray, woody
4'' lie said May 17. I told him visiting
,+ 20. -Mr. Jefferson of the Keystone Heights high school
Ziff, April I white tiled linoleut
we had been celebrating nationalegg I Haltlwanger for some time returned 1
Magnolia blossoms and palmettoswere
Visiting friends frigerator ,
Jacksonville wa tar
week every week since we had 'I to his home In Lakeland t
I here Tuesday. used In decorating, and after cabinet, delicate" ,?
r "> ,I >f been married and he went away I Mr. and Mrs. Delatha Starling a short program of games refreshments j Thursday range in white pen,. t
of Pal atka.
Mrs. K. Wilkinson
+ I laughing. and daughter Selma of Cooler of fruit salad Iced tea, ('akealld Swiss sash curter; "Ii r,
............. I' Friday afternoon here sherbet were served. Following spent the week with her parents, Coffee, su ar.111'/ '" a.
.......... Pond spent Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman. containers ,
: l.icriuer "
n the refreshments Mrs. Anderson !
of Mrs. Starling's par-
the guest Misses Jeannette, Audrey and AND SHORT-DRUM geranium in the mia
Ell ;:
+ : BllOOl :1' ants Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.Mr. and Miss Lawrence entertained Mildred Norman and brother. An- pletes the color sclieimout ". t
: lM Lute &aln.) ?, Cur.N and Mrs. Louis demons and with several numbers. The
r |
? cel, also Mr. Wilbur Tucker and Come in and see the fine new Perfection long- beautifully!
...................... IIUlo daughter. Olive May Evelyn guests were: Margaret Dodd; Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Wllklnsln( motored to stoves and the Perfection-made Puritan
+ !May, of Starke spent Thursday Edna: Anderson, Mrs. C. M. Welm-
w' ,; 4 1 B ro o ks e re''y April 20.--Mr. and Mrs here with Mm. Clemons' sister -' nan, Gertrud.e Houser and Helen Lawtey Sunday. short-drum oil stoves in the new porcelain

SB I T. C. ,Hazen spent and Sunday children, here of withrelatives. Lacrosse I Mrs, Mrs.\ Frank J. W. Lewis.tines of Cooter Ogden.Miss Marjorie Cornish entertained ..4.......eN100..0.....A. enamel and silver-gray Perfectolac (lacquer) f -

Pond and little son; Leo and Var- at her home Friday evening KVrilOREK.V: : finishes. '
: JfI Mrs T. I'. Ward and children, lonl(' were In our section Thurs with a surprise. farewell party In (PInt. F. A. Hosier, Cor.) >
i have been visiting relatives Inl I honor of Miss Donna Kerr. The Here you will find just the type, style and size
t 1 Jacksonville. Misses Stella Mae day. ........................
c f + Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville guests Included: The Misses Don- you want.
i' d I and Florence Ward remained over I has been spending the na Kerr, Margaret Dodd, Wilma Evergreen, April 27.-Mn.\ and

l for a longer visit week here with her parents Mr. Hayes and Dorothy Jenkins;; Messrs. Mrs. Roy Saunders and children Easy payments. Trade in your old stove. Mrs. Collins ha 'MM, \
,l )1 Mr. and Mrs. Carraway, ot San- I't nnd !Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Frank Walrath. Vivian Ander- of Jacksonville, spent the weekend range I ever saw l It> vi'
v'' for!, nnd their daughter, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis were ion, Howard Lawrence, Ralph here with Mrs Saunders mother celain enamel, wither :

y ; t! Louise Can-away, of Starke spent business* visitors to Starke Thurs Cooper aid Carl Cooper. Mrs. Maggie Forsyth.Mr. DeWITT C. JONESSTARKE arrangement likt odrl
here the guests of Mr. and range. She she I i" sir [
Sunday Mrs. E. K. Leeman and her and Mrs. Willie Reddish says
My I damp cloth to clean it '! ant I
p.. + Mrs. U. U. ColHon. day.Mr. who have and children, were the guests ot FLORIDA a
r Fred, !Shaw'\ and sister Miss Mote Donna Kerr, spent like ;.t'..
Grace Green spent tho --
I Ruby of Jacksonville, are spending the winter In Keystone Heightsleft
; t .week-end with Mian Grace ConerMessrH. it few days here with their Saturday, April 21, for their Red Containers

V I grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. home in Michigan. e These were all '< i made
l 11. P. Galney, C. C. Mel- Thomas. Mrs E. P. Caughey, Mrs. W. II. neVer bef re Collins says. She to )k Ala<;( .fflt
v a vln, L. L. Morgan I: and W. H. lard cans, etc., and 'aiirutred
RF i Mr and Mrs.\ Bill lllnes of Cooler Ogden, and Helen Ogden were entertained -
3 h o-oWhite were visitors to Jaokaoii Pond\ and sons Ralph and Ronald at dinner at the home of

fvr i 6 vllle Tuesday. spent! last Sunday here with the Rev. and Mrs. B. D. Mowry on I herself. The lacquer ", ,to I
S t Miss Verglo Thomas, who hasf' S. L. oil like this once; but she air l' I II
Mrs.\ Hlnes' mother, Mrs. Sunday evening. an
been veiling relatives In Georgia, Presort Miss Jeannette Lawrence, of range /, I using them.

f' has returned to her home here. Miss Martha Groover and Miss\ Keystone Heights spent.the weekend '
I Mr. and( Mrs. L. L. Morgan and
i Willie Kelley, spent Wednesday In Gainesville as the guest of
eihilre< were visitors to Starke'! hero with Mlsi\ Opal and Lula Mae snow-white porcelain enamel-- ,5I
t ti 11 Friday. I IRwia. "fcwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiisiii'mmiiuiiiS.iimiii" nIIWIIIMWNNYIXXnaXI'' ,
f; : Miss Grace Coucrly was a visitor Mrs.'W. II. Shaw and sons, ot LAND I. swift-cooking --

h i I to Starke Thursday I .Jacksonville, are. spending a tow ;/0. -
I 11 Mrs. Crawford and son, Randolph here with her parents
iliiys .
Mlsa Avoy, I SURVEYINGSubdividing "A Hd t though I i .41'
II + and daughter Is 111
ai tA( Little Louis (Shaw very
t spent Thursday In Lake Butler. hero at his grand-parents, with I ::: :: rti; Blackboard m Wall

Messrs. L. R. Gainey und A. ILk I measles, Drain- t ; This was put in '. alb (ff

+ 'p Surrency attended tho opening of A large crowd attended) the egg boy, so. that Mrs *_ 'JUW>
Shands! bridge lust Tuesday. I at home of Mr. and Mrs. age Systems atwrtsr.nOr. him get his lessons lassCorner
hunt the
i L.J izhl lit t
In wall with I
+ Tho first lieuna to be> shipped AccurateVork a :
y $ t I 13 I J. Lewis. Everybody reported a and table. Now he ,at sand d
last Monday a
} : this section was picked
nice time I \Ir1 C
P. Galney. Fltteeutu 1 H. E. Lagergren nuts with his fraction ,
IIvIr. 11. I.
n hampers j -of beans and six crates ol I...........:............. ; : uses groceries the board she needs, too,II''I'' 'ardor naken-j:
1 Starke Fla.
shipped: by Mr. I11111n1Li I
l Irish potatoes were
I Keystone Heights J I Fruit Moustf
Oalney that day. :
I illluliiiilinii't'raiii, '' :
Saturday, April 14th the Luke Mix* llrlrn O..n.. Car. Large can fruit salad
I Butler team and Starke team both ...................... ( '. -Pint of cream of
came over The first to play was I. i u (I t 2J4 cups sugar:
1 1 II Lake Dutler and Orookor, with Keystone Heights, April 27. COFFINS & CASKETS 1 teaspoon vanilla
pitching The pupils of Mrs. 1:. A. Smith, Pour off juice and chop f fruit
Hough a one-arm pitcher and Full Line of ft
fanned four of the assisted l by Mrs. Wm Pierce, soprano a w sugar, cream and vanilla
for Brooker. He '*) a.
ti freezer and chill tor
'S1 held their annual
to the bat and the other Undertakers Supplies *-
': l first six up I hours. Dish is !good without
L"tr" recital evening, April 17, .
.. two did not get any further than but if served this was. uaeiw*:
after the first four lat the Woman's clubhouse. The AUTOMOBILE HEARSE i:1.: senri'
first base I The fruit mousse was
i' Innings Lake Butler team did better I following program was presented: Alwtri m h.nd. Tk. _a...r*<.* = i uw 1 1I the "Crisps" described ,j lo*
'- with the score 13-7 In favor I I On tile Lake------ __ Williams! .( th. I...... prteM. 8pUI. attention r I
4 Water Spirits _-- Heller t. tlfrapb ...._ I E I 'Crisps".Flour
t 't The rtrooker team did not event Betty Saunders I I Ii I 3 eggs luffta: utter playing Song of the Plowman__ Bach man. d y C. JONES I l l enough to make ]
leave the diamond, i Pinch of sodaCinnamon
Ai nine Innings with Lake Butler, until Lullaby Iljlnskjr I' i STARKE, FLA.'ttotl'"m""Mrnl"Hm'U'1mfi. I. or nutmeg
Stricklandrelieved Ruth LawrenceThe U
they playe Starke Powdered sugar
; y Hough of pitching for gne ----Old Fashioned Town Squires Full porcelain enamel finish. Beat eggs! thorour 'Iy. Add
i Inning. The Drooker team was sifted with soda. H thorn'Cut '

yt tired, but beat the Starke boys Declare War on All Insects-Kill New design. .Grouped burners out with large:( lauctt Fryebrown fat( :
I :ranuL Just the mime, with the score 7-0 Built-in"live heat"oven..New in deep b hOI. '.r{
In favor of Hrooker.SAMPSON. ndk p them away. Be* Brand Insect Pow on paper or cloth.'w: :: ,
der or Liquid kills! lino.Ants,Roaches,Poultry EEC BRAND WANT to see \ heat indicator. One of 24 / This range Is and\ cinnamon or nutmeg on

1 'I 4..............-...4.. Lh-u,MoeqiiiloeH.fr !, auBedHugs.,and, other in- Ponder LiqviJ the most won- \ new models.H7.50 to *I54/ one of 24 new -1';,
I'i aecu.Won'tspot bl i bi tin. opi i r r plums
7'i I ; CITY tCleo and pot. Write *J 1 .r I ,..C t,, i 6, ,', If 5"lOc AdtW
Thomas 4- dual'.Cat't'=Ilayt.a. '..Islabr; ,: ,. .utIrtceenarned. ;;.;,. (!'.", .;..., J c
t itC' ":!1C: etC"v1Wiwa: ,r, d id, I ever built? Go to your dealer'sall swift-cooking light- ft,43

........................ I and look at the new, snow-white colored]. .beautiful. All finished
I Sampson City, April 20.--Rev. porcelain enamel Perfection he either in porcelain enamel or
C. A. Crosby fllle.1 his regular ap-

pointment here Saturday night and has on display! See its 27 modern in Perfectolac, a new, durable "Cri.s ." art WOK 'f*> tla

_ Sunday. features. See how swiftly it cooks. lacquer. vcsrJ:
Mrs. Collinco! :
ti Mr. Osteen Drown and family 4J. '(
4 spent the week-end Starke with Note that it' bums oil, the safe You'll miss something if youdon't like doesn't. She d!!" tnil 1'I
them gi't:
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Prescott. She
p 4 economical fuel.
see these new stoves! longchimneysnow. oil t
7 Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'rhomas, and long-handlwire 'h mot

daughter Luclle, and daughter-in- inside of the \esse
law, Mrs. Mavadell Thomas from
Palatka, were visiting here Sunday .i EASY WAY TO BUY, Your dealer will dtmonstrati these new story for you, New Fruit Drial
I iii ," ,. ,,,, ,, -, ,, and will no doubt nil bow tan buy oat tbtm a can (o
u afternoon. I "IlammUllllll II'" I ''M."i"-; ;; ;; III''IiIj;i n>'1LI'yiII;; 'III III'IIIIUJILIJIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIInYlaI111YnpnllYl',I pr you you any of on easy terms.PJELUFECTION. Take the juice frem 'rspt,

Mr. and; Mrs. Raymond Drown salad, or from a can ad f P', rncS
was visiting his parents Sunday, HAROLD C WALL ipricots, pineapp:*' Ir cn0l15"
: r
n, ,+t ,' i ? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drown. with juice of tw wale ,
I h Mr. Lucian Thomas made a business ] oranges. Four cups with I(
t trip to Gainesville Saturday mint.taste. Serve in gUs'

tiL1 I afternoon. -

dl week Mr.with E. D.his Jones mother is spendlifg, Mrs. S.this E. Represents the Bent Leading, FLORIDA Insurance Companies Oil Burning tames Mrs.in Collins with hands sa's so
_ i ''i Jones. FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY Ranges the can hardly get them meat *
Mr*. Chester Fogg and children,, juts a handful of
f e 1 ; were visiting Mra. Delta Thomas .tus'tMl1l.'n's MADE PROMPTLY j ihavings, into a pan of e7A 111I dJ

Sunday afternoon. lifter he soaks his hands'
apuNOUNwenNSrsyaampmssmonnmrooeaulsanpssmnmoXSnmawrnnsmnnn! ''' '' ''nrunnsww lcaJI
mNlswsssXNesssN' ''' out '
t ,j,) d N PERFECTION STOVE COMPANY ATLANTA GEORGIA I ,the while skin they much come soothed.

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--- -- --- _mm____ __ __H_ P.1Gi6 Thiel i ', .

n the Florida Baumes law. whlcl : i iProving

IE H Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph provides afe sentence for convlc
Ion ---Uis
f of four felonlees regardlesof

rlLi III Plant where they. were. .cpmmltted. is General Motors

City The tlrawberr]
State novemrnt, for the season drawlnj
ive NewsTOLD
to a close\ by freight and expreai I
from Plant City totaled l.fiflS.OSi!; a
quarts through the 16th of thli a i I r4
mouth, according to figures compiled Ground ,
BY OUR EXCHANGES by II. II. Huff, secretary
manager of the East Hlllsboroogl

.. .. county chamber of commerce. This
--------- ---
I ----- Li
I --- Is slightly over halt the tota:
.nr The state's tag! the camp. Samples of the meal movement from Plant City lasl

.(iaiford penitentiary i If I served: last night, which poisoned year. In compiling the movement vti I.
during this season figures from rat o, ,
small motor vehicle night negro convicts, were sent today '.
greater Plant City area are
/MIuse., on cars whileto by Dr. H. A. Johnson
to the not included as yet, that section
ql states. requiring: State Health Department at Jacksonville Including the Dover Sidney and \ 2 {
,lid rear tags Charlee I for analysis. None of the Turkey Creek movement. Last '
y sue supervisor of in- victims are In serious danger, although year the total movement from this
rJi mnced. all were quite 111, from greater area was 3,779,404! quarts
m what Dr. Johnson diagnosed as a and from Plant City alone 3,250.
i l when Luther Martin medium toxic poisoning. 720 quarts.
'' hunting dog ever .
hrUary by the bite of Tallahassee Beach
ItE h Rooms available Daytona -4th annual
'C, he swore revenge for visitors to Florida have Increased Halifax Products Exhibit sponsor
le, fide., rattler tribe and from 28,890! during the cd by Daytona Beach Business and
p >n i time he has killed season of 1916-17! to a total of' professional Women's Club, recently -
.. His last trip into / 261,989! for the season Just closed, : held here.ChipleyPlant.
H-lded seven rattle- State Hotel Commissioner Jerry of Chlpley Slate
"' trip into the woods W. Carter has advlse-J compilers Company moved to site at L. & :N,
) rattlers. of the "
n Industrial "Y.
iq.i survey. Since
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January I, 1920. to December, 31,
) lsu ,III 111. Whitley, 49! 1927, Inclusive, the hotel com-
I i in. died of a broken mission has Issued 6CIO building
I ILc0' ,..r, Thursday. He was I permits for an estimated valuation We'll
I In,*.", dawn by his wife, of f215,557,600 for additional facilities ,
> hi ul HB a noise investigated for the entertainment of
Umi( her husband lying on J visitors In the way of hotel and SWAP
(,.lot: lie died before phy- :. similar accommodations, the re-
' I INtvf niid be summoned. Ap- port shows. Give you full value for all J
II i arose from his bed, tile mileage left in-your old
I j n rug and struck his Fort Pierce-Resignation of the tires. Put on your size and \
B n i table. chief of police of Fort Pierce and type ot brand new Goodyear
three of his five patrolmen, left \ll-Weather Trends "The
.Il 'n.,. Henry Goode, negro, the city Thursday almost minus World's Greatest Tire"-at a
".I.UIM: < tint for $5000 against police protection. The resignationsof low price that will suit your I I
};i. i, Thomas Johnson and the police officers and City purse. And then give you \
d Dell managers of an elec- '' Judge Harry Croks, came as the I free the finest tire service in
bootfo< here on the alleged result of an Investigation being town. How about a trade today -
ItU (tin chat i i they refused him avin'ii I( conducted by City Manager T. II. ? I
he tried to vote in the Danes, IntQ the alleged distribution ,I
Democratic primary. lIe i 1 among those concerned, of three 1 I II
ID went to the election pre- quarts of contraband liquor. Chief \ i
;: v I
r j properly qualified, but the Gordon Rowe ,1s alleged to have J +.I ;Jlr
'\ere declined to Issue him a admitted taking one of the three N
i l 6j I A view ot the Ground 1 ,1 i Pr
quarts in question, and It is under- f I b/rdeaye; 1245-cre Proving maintained by ) 1
:I stood he contends that he took it I II Geneiml Motor to."ure the qua A'ty and value of it. car And truck.. t

Hriesville Fuller Warren, to one of his officers, who was 111 O
er of the Florida legislature I| and needed stimulant for medical I I

lindidate for delegate to the I purposes Judge Crooks also is alleged I Si b4)I 4 I. Entrance to ihm Proving Ground. largest In America, made of concrete with 3. The hill-teat road. Test hill grade at I ?y.
fcal democratic convention, I to have gotten one of the 4)I) I The !group of buildings includes complete turn banked to permit continuous high the Proving Ground range from 7.26 percent I #
['quitted of a speeding charge I three quarts. 1 ) experimental and service thopt, engineering speed operation. In addition, the Provin to 24 per cent. The grade on public '" '
Judge of the city court here '. ) $ office and comfortable living? quitter for Ground has two concrete straight-away, In highway seldom exceed: 7 per cent. 1 r
grounds of "emotional In-I'I'I' I Tampa-John E. Spltzer, 32, resident and visiting engineer* a*id for the miles I long, a* I level I a* b'llibl e, and 4. The "beth-tub."A depressed concrete ,1 a kh A
Warren delivered a 17- !I I was in jail here Saturday to spend 1I driving crew. The Proving Ground personmites of brick, tar, travel and dirt roads roadway which I is filled with water at varying J +
a speech for his acquittal j j jI the rest of his life at the state net numbers more than 200 men. which reproduce every driving and weathercondition depths to reproduce flooded roadway condi- .} .
ling I that George Remus had prison farm. Spitzer; alias C. C. ,I 2. Theaule tufh-apeed loop. The t; -i. .... i wi

F acquitted because of "emo-, Witherstein, yesterday pleaded I I
Insanity" and that he hlm- guilty to robbing four business II I
'0 hould be freed because of I IIcal Ii houses here. He was 1'Jentlfled '

r i ) jeopardy.. .! I as In the the man last who few weeks.robbed two In others the six, SupremeService i Here each General Motors car must prove its valueON '

I.hasseeFlorida, from 1915! jobs he was said to have realized .
;. expended a total of $65i ,-j less than $300. Judge Pettaway ; a 1245-acre tract near Milford, Michigan They involve every phase of construction and '

: ; a In the.construction of its roads and and .i itenanre I onment sentenced under the man a Florida to life statute Impris- Station No.2 I to all its car and truck divisions performance:power, speed, endurance acceleration ...)

"Rrhese figures were sup-, which prescribes that penalty for General Motors has the first and largest proving braking steering, handling riding comfort, N
thi, ajate industrial survey, highway robbery with a deadly STARKE, FLA. I '
oiKlucted by 'the state de-I weapon. He also was amenable to ground for automobiles. fuel economy and so on. In three months a car ;?
Iieni. of agriculture, for the Here tests are made and facts determined to or truck covers more miles than you would
'Slot setting forth the
-J tion conditions of trans-I a degree impossible when cars and trucks are drive it in three years.

highway and water, and tested on the public highways. Here each new The Proving Ground is another example of '
I lilted by the state road de- The
pient model of General Motors must prove itself, how General Motors is serving the public. It is ';
tart '
lanJo- -Indictment of Orlan- yu.t, a Q point by point before it is produced for sale to also your assurance that when you buy a Gen I a. ( .

police chief and four subor- Cream, the public. eral Motors product you are getting all possi ,' ,
,ea brought the list of Florida
officers held on murder More than 135 different tests are applied ble quality and value at its price and the advantages -

res Thursday to an even dozmd of the I to each car tested at the Proving Ground. of a policy of continuous improvement.
two of them were heads 1 4.
lelr city enforcement depart- Lt
i.. The Orlando quintet wasted Tobacco LUCKY I\\
rt yesterday on charges of

[lid with degree the death murder of in Haywood connec- Crop s Look at these values-then clip the coupon ; t '{' ;'

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jimpa- -Two negroes were killed industry have such performance, such quality, such conn- trated information, together with two interesting little I I' '

a third probably fatally fort and such beauty been offered in their:,respective price books telling all about General Motors Proving Ground ',17,' t"

{II tided argument here Sunday overpay as for a climax band classes.They have be&n proved&t the Proving Ground t and just what General Motors\ policies are. f I',' I $1

|ic at a funeral. All were mem- t M, '
ot the band. A fourth negro, (All price p. o. B. .t the fectorJee) ,. =1i' Y
a player in the band; was besought "

for the slaying. Accord- CHEVROLET. 7 models,$-495 to $715. OAKLAND. 9 models, $1045 to $1375. CADILLAC.26 models.$3295 to $5O0.
I tf police, the band marched to Bigger and better than ever before. 4-wheel The All-American Six.: Advanced engineering. "What," General Motors asked last year, t's, a z
[funeral and on account of lack LLOYDSNER brakes. Longer wheel base.Still more powerand precision construction.Longer,lower and "can possibly be done to improve Cadillac** y
.it a at the cemetery some were ful engine. Luxurious Fisher Bodies. Shock more beautifuL Bodies by Fisher. Every conThe result is embodied in the new models h 7 ,
""(d I 'o' walk back. When theo t Noted Star of the absorber springs. New hood. New Duco venience. 4-wheel brakes New Duco colors. now on display,representing the high-water
colors. New instrument panel and other Harmonic balancer.I1U1CK. mark of Cadillac's long history. Sumptuoua ,
being sought by the police bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. 300 cotof:
Pittsburgh Pirates, writes: improvements. ALSO truck chassis: -ton, '
red be paid more than those Y 16 models $1195 to $1995. 1! e
i rode witnesses said he started rno' : "When I arrived the Pittsburgh PONTIAC.8 mode", $7-45 to$87S. The The largest value bodies in Buick's Fisher famous history. FRIGIDAIRE-The Re/riseratoc. t
Beautiful low by etaway
shots. General Motor has applied the processes) +
prKument and fired three lowest-priced quality .ix. Improved from
training I like an arrow from a bow. Vibrationless be have made the automobile available
i camp radiator to tail-light. For example: 4-wheel which
"Vat 10-
Famous 6-cylinder: ve-
alatka brakes, new GMK cylinder head, increased Yond"belief.; ; to every family.to the production electric t r t
-Will Jackson, negro!; noticed my brother Paul head engine. 5ealed. -in chassis. is the
Frigidaire refrigerator
power, locking device,more luxurious Fiaber refrigerators. !1 i ,,
leI cook at a road camp loM made by General Motors and it U now the g % r
smoked Lucky Strikes exclu- Bodies.Finished in Duet in new colon.
about a mile east of East Pa- I LASALLE. 16 models $2350 to $2975. world's largest selling product ia it* field .
u, J C, Cooper and Richard \f, sii'ely;and heexplai ned why. OLDSMO lLE.7 models.$925 to$1085. This beautiful car was designed a. com J'I,
" ::118 county jail Saturday pend- ;:. ): You will. agree that tve were new Oldsmobile has earned the title of"The cylinder engine which has made the conveniences and Iabor..V J& devices 1 f,
the outcome of an investlga- ::.. in a close and exciting Pennant I Fine Car at Low Cost. Longer, roomier, Cadillac the standard fine car of the world. of the city for the farm. Electric light and
> following the wholesale poles morepowerf'uI-andthelaatwordinatylinC. Built in Cadillac factory.Continental in ap power plant, water pumps!, etc. Used ia it
I'I 1> of convicts and guards at ; race and it certainly Fisher Bodies. 4-wheel brakes. pearance. more than a quarter million borne ?,l I $

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.*....*.......*......... J. Z. AVDERSMr HE DIDN'T DEBATE systematic treat,:
9 !I s w w 'e w w w N we Sysl email... u

:", 3 J. Z. Anders who has been (Editorial, Jacksonville Journal, Jacksonville, Fla, April, 19.) whichtbe'al'r '.

: ; IrJcci: EuiPkone Church ServicesritKslIYTKIIIAN .. seriously ill for several months Next week a notable event will take place in Florida. It in eradicating :
p&Bsed away at this home here
I I. ( Saturday. will be the opening of the Tao ami Trail which Fons Hatha- carried on in,

ely 1.44. .. 444,4 44' !I )fro Anders wa a veteran of way is rushing to completion while Doyle Carlton wants to i northFlorl.l,

I the World War. and for sometime :' Dixie Haniih, ', .t
make it a subject of (?)
; : I IMM been suffering with tuberculosis -
i of the tbroat. Several months If Fons Hathaway had done what Mr. Carlton, the obstructionist ette, Leon v; ,1.t..

,; 29 Sunday school at 10 a. m. | ago he entered the U Veteran's. candidate for governor now suggests he would Taylor, Unic.M, '

i Preaching service at 11 a. m. Hospital at Oteen N. C.. and bad the count 1..s "q\ '
through the
''. have had him do, the trail cutting a passageway
t + I Christian Endeavor meet at | been borne only two weeks when Just been un,', "
II. t. I*. U. MILL (..I1'11.0- heir home.A ;I -:30 p. m. Subject "The Right !' the end came. Everglades and providing another cross road from the East Columbia. c

1 a (iB l \1 AT ('IIIXonO 'E profusion of beautiful flowers I Attitudes Toward the Religion of I Tbe funeral party left tbe re to the West Coasts to say nothing of the link it opens in the A large SUM ,
p.iuof !
t4 H hi NIAV AFTI'llYOON; lent a bright touch of color to tbe, Others." Romans XIV. 1-13. 1 dence of Mr. Kite Sunday afternoon round-the-state loop would not be ready for the Shrinerstwentyfive Dixie, Jen. ,
I living room where card tables i Prayer* meeting Wednesday: eve- at 3 o'clock for Santa Fe ,
"t Tbe Senior-Intermediate B. Y' were placed for tbe guests. Tallies I nine: at 8 o'clock.Preaching ,', cemetery near Hampton, where funeral thousand or more of them to see and to travel Taylor which were count,> ,i. ,
t' P l.I:. of tbe First Baptist cburcl h were drawn and places designated service at 8 p. m. service were conducted by when they come to Miami next month. The Elks would not report says :.

will give a program at Chin a The hostess served punch Sunday night. I J|: Rev. O. P. Raymond of the First later
have the same opportunity when they come to tra'elacross
Ore ve Kaptist church Sunday af- during the evening. I' En- Baptist church of Starke. Interment NtrNNNet.ac ...
i l>.rnoon at 2:36: o'clock. Several Interesting. games of Sunday '|' followed In tbe family lot. the southern portion of the peninsula. Untraversablemuck ; seed

t' This program will be given li auction bridge were played at the t't Tbe services were in charge of would clog the automobiles of the most notable and : WOODL I lily

('''Qn' 'Ion with the New Rlveiftaiitixt r conclusion of which scores were ; meeting of interest to all young Mortician DeWItt C. Jones. Tbe it
largest group of visitors Florida has had They would not ...N..
Association which conven- be NNe.
totaled. Mr. N. Sternberg high formeD people. There will floral offering were beautiful. He e/44.
S en. with that church at this Um e was given a clear lighter. tive from a number reprelMlllt&-j Is survived by a wife and .."eD' be able to survey southern Florida if Fons Hathaway had not Woodlawn. \

i} A splendid program baa been ar- Mrs E. M. Johns high for ladles a Societies. children his mother and one worked out a solution and if the state department had not Wainwright of -
a r r.uiK'-J for the afternoon and all I Owen J. Anders of Indian-' "a
set of Maderla napkins Consolation brother, fleas visitor h> i
; awarded to contractors who could be relied to
IJAITIST projects
i B. Y. P. U. members are urged for Mrs. N. Sternberg a picture town. upon Misses Edna ,

? to be present.AFTEKMXl.N. awl for Mr. E. M. Johns a linen school 10 J. F. -a- I ISPECI.I. do the work without delay.If returned to tin,.'

,l,,) --- .sE handkerchief. Klckllter Sunday, supt.Worship at a. m. SEn\'lc.; 'Olt \v.w.
.T t at a. m. see Florida faced an almost hopeless situation with t't:
served. Favors on plates were nasturtiums will i iJ Mr. and Mrs. O I I.
: Blake of Penney Farms Rev. E. M. Rooks( pastor of the1' respect to the TraiL He will if he thinks back far recall
', fgtl Mrs. J. C. Hobinoon was boat II,I Those Invited to this preach. ; so Mr. and Mrs I

Friday afternoon to the Afternoon], lovely affair were: Mr. and Mrs. E. Evening worship at 8 p. m. Subject J Methodist church has invited all i a.. clamor for the completion of the road in which his own city Jacksonville, v.. -j-ii:I
i M. Johns Mr and Mrs. J. \\". Andrews Woodmen of the Wolrd. whether. 1 relatives here i'j |
i. Bridge flub at her home on MadlT Resurrection.
r "Present : joined. Serious complications were adjusted and in the courseof
members of tbe local camp or not.
1"0 street Jr. )fro and Mrs. N. Stern- Mr. and Mrs ,
Baskets and rases were filled, berg, Mr and Mrs. F. F. Stump, n. Y.Union I' U. at will 7p.m.Our present a pro- to be present, at a special service i time engineers and contractors tackled one of the hardest t spent the week. \0

Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Robinson, and on Sun-jay;! May 6th at tbe morn- : 1 rllle, the -cktjj'Jil
with graceful arrangements of gram at the Union meeting on Sunday jobs that road builders have faced in this or any other state. guest '
i1 41' Mrs A. Z. Adkins. lag service. Soveriegns are requested j ;
bright flowers. I Mr. and Mrs t'
2 p. m. at China Grove to meet at their! camp at The road i is now virtually complete. It is the southernmost
u S<'ores were kept on tallies representing I*onvllle. spent s
aervlce'edneo at
t MIIS. D. K.; KNIGHT E.NTKH-: : Mid-week day '
butterflies. After the 10 a. m. i road in the United States. It is an epochal achievement.The I guest of Mr. and ,

ar, C'>n< Ij8lon of several games prizes 'T.__\;.u i4_\\I_ KXKC'I'TIVK_)::;_MS: ;__.'_ t'J.l'IIOn ___ _:n COMMITIKK Sp.m. I Mclt.1F1tiiEELFnThe a I I state of Florida is thankful that Fons Hathaway I II Ididn't Ips. p

ty ware awarded to Mrs. O. L. I MHTHOIHSTRurrJ ) j stop to debate, and that he didn't keep trucks and cars Mr. and !Mr-
dl' ,
: II\< a_ley bolder of top score, a basket of Miss Annie Mae White Springs, ,II
flllwl with pink rose buds and Wednesday afternoon the y school Sunday morningat marriage and Mr. tied up in :repair: shops else it would not now have this monu- 1\Irs. Holmes' fat, :
Executive Committee of the "'om- Wheeler, of Hampton it,
S. to Mrs J. .;. t'orpcnlng bolder an's Club met at tbe attractive I 10:00: o'clock. L. A.'Davis' James Wesley McRae! of Starke mental highway. Would it have been built in the time it was In g.

1 ?; ,t of H.concJ u box of ,stationery home of Col. and Mrs. U. E. supt.Worship took place Sunday morning April constructed if Doyle Carlton had been on the job? Results 1\lr. and 11118 I.. I
? a A mptlng fruit salad course Sunday at 11:00: a. m., the home of visitors to StarK.1I ,
for the 22nd at 10 o'clock at
Knight regnlar monthly
way KPTved. Sweet peas were used and 8:00: p. m. The morning sub I count and Fons Hathaway has furnished new evidence that --.-+
session. the bride's parents. I
an favors. Among those enjoying After the business WM dispensed !' ject will be" "A message From Their many friends wish them I,, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. ;'ATIIEU Ic)1'11111
tbe afternoon with the hosteas
wore: Mendamea N. Sternberg O. with they were joined by the Springtime.Junior League meets at 3:00: p. much happiness ant success The Shriners when they come to Florida next month will For period of \

i b It. Beasley, K. M. Johns, A. M.Rankxton Music Knight Committee is. chairman.of which Mrs. m. through life. not be interested in Doyle Carlton's misleading insinuations, Date Maj ;...

,y O. L.. Haynes, J. K. Corponlng. Pretty spring flowers were usedIn I The senior League meets Sunday I TKSMHITKS I which spring from envy and a motive to climb to the governorship April 10 !III,
N. D. A. 7:15 o'clock. : April 11 IHi
Wainwright, evening at SHOl'''') RKMKMIIiitYou ,
decorating the living room, library by discrediting of the state's attractions.
S I one great April 12 71 I
Montleth, A Z. Adklns, H. Burns, Mid-week devotion Wednesday
1' d L. Wyman and Miss Mabel Weller. ensuite.At and. dining room which open I, evening at 8T)0: o'clock. must make your first state- : They will be interested in traveling the road and they will April 13 7r

ment of campaign expenses between home with them stories April 14 10.. j
of Florida's
carry new and
the conclusion of the ,1SsoCI.tTlUN greatness
W. M. s. MIKTINU" : program H.ST.t.t-: MEET; ; April 15 !s4
i 5th and May llth. 1
i a delicious Ice course was 'I AT 11.1M1'TUNProgram You May must make your second j I of its unsurpassed highway system, which will bring thou- April 16 70

t l, Circle Number Three of the served by the hostess assisted by I' statement of expenses between sands more motor tourists to Florida. It is an advertisementworth April 17 nil
'Woman's Missionary\ Union met Mesdames E.; K. Ferryman and : of Fifth Sunday meet-
I t Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock !' Miss Florence Matthews. Those j Ing at Hampton of Santa Fe Association June 6th and June 15th.and your thousands of dollars more than the road actually cost. April April 18 19 711 76
You must qualify pay
at the First Ilaptlst church. I' present were: Mrs. G. M. Inman. to meet with HamptonBaptist i.
> The subject for the afternoon'' president of the club, and;! Mes- church April 28 and 29, 'filing: fee prior to May 6th if a UNIVERSITY j OF at the annual convention of the April 20 21 H'H
and April
office prior
was "European Missions" and aj' dames E. K. Perryman, A. Z. Ad- 1928. I candidate for state I Florida Press Association to be

f spl''"ndld talk on this subject was f fR. kin. L. F. Smith J. C. Hoover'j j<+unlay Morning Il to midnight May 15th, if a candidate FLORIDA NEWS .,eld in Lake Worth April 26-28. April 23 22 K,7 7
April I
< ", 'n t>>' Mrs. Paul Mast A play- I! J. M. Alvarez, L. Wyman 10:00.: Devoltional E. f// for county office. Dr. Farr has selected as his topic
4 let "Give us a Chance," was given '! Ames E M. Rooks, W. E. l\flddle-I! Stokes. I Voters, if not already registered The Relationship Between Educa- April 24 s 1

1' by seven G. A. Girls, under the 1 ton. O. L Haynes, II C. hitch, J.IL 10:15. Welcome Address-Pastor must register! before midnight, Electricians of Florida and adjoining :.011 and the Press." April 25 7';

direction of their counsellor, Mrs. 1 Plrketill, O. L Beasley, D. C. j' Lewis. Monday, April 30th. states will gather here Total rainfall I
,' -- -5Automobile -
EiiniTnon Two instrumental duets June and Miss Florence Matthews. ,, 'n..vvv.rt .Tnanr\n.__..___.a_-TAV-.-. .... T- T-)-. Poll tax must be paid not later April 23-28 for the Sixth annual A final tour by the University of nn.n .n.u.__ ,

a1. Missionary! hymns, were rendered ITU I l'I : :"iTM\\-- i Penman. than :May 12.CARD. short course for electric metermen Florida varsity glee club will be ger cities of Fi n

1jSuntilns and Mildred HumJley I I, 10:45.: Reports from churchee.j I << OF THANKS given under the direction of the made during the last week In April great problem ,UK

V i I ; ; 11:15.: Song eervlcLed College of Engineering and the according to announcement from be made easier in r

rlr A series of cottage prayer meeting Efforts are being made by theWopan's Rev. Maxle Collins. We take this method of thank- General Extension Division of the Prof. J. W. DeBruyn, director. The on account of the dl':

< were planned prior to tbe be- Club to secure Dr. an;3!. 11:30.: Sermon. Subject, Ing our friends and neighbors University of Florida.All (Gator songsters will appear in Tal- car service that <. ....:
i ,, + w>>re planetaoln etaolntnonOnKF 8outb rs in the great spectacular "Election and Predestination"- for the kindness shown us during lahassee, Panama City and Quit- There Is little to I

+ + j e ginning of the revival meetings, RusHlan play "Michael8trajorr" Preached by Ilev. E. A. McDowell.. the sickness and death of our dear but two of Florida's 67. man, Ga. An appearance In Jacksonville side of the auto II i
iY tbe tint of this series to be held (Courier of the Czar) uy Alternate, Red J. D. Webb. father also for the many floral of counties are represented on the ; has also been tentatively when the street ca> 'R!

e r d next TuewJay afternoon at four Jules Verne. 12:30.: Refreshments. ferings. 1927-28 roster of the University of arranged. to and from your w. t-i

oVIock at the pastorlum. Thleplay, was produced by the ,Saturday AfHrnoon. The Stern family. Florida according to official figures I and so convenient] 'iJI''
Klralty Bros., and Mr. and Mrs I released from the office of the TICK ERADICATIONoiiiv .cart j
Mrs. Alice Langford was elected 1:30.: Devotional Services cut out all the woi
Southers Company In the 90's and IN STAKKK: { i'ItO(;Iti-SIM:'
OI'KXS of the state
registrar Institution.
director of the Young people'al'Work Ilev. It. D. Bevls. I and taking care 01 u Of
', 1 If the Woman's Club arfj'successful Leading the state due -.---
n In the Starke Baptist church. 1:15.: "Law Enforcement--Tlev. to its prox-
-------- -- In their efforts to secure Mr. John Dr. Geo. f:. Lyons!!, optometrist imity to the University Alachua Tallahassee, Fla., April 19.- Tn %MU M 1'1'1 \\ <'11V EM:. ,
T and Mrs. Southers, Starke will Tick eradication Thin I" to notlfj
SPHIMJ FKHTIVAK; 2:30. "Are the formerly of Jacksonville, has mov- county boasts a University enroll- workers engagedin not be responMbli 1

1. i A SUrCKHH; secure a real treat In the line of a and:Bridge Card Parties Detrimental ed his office to Starke and will be ment of 280 boys, nearly 100 In eliminating the Texas cattle fev- contract.cherk", I IwG .)
I wonderful dramatic production. the second floor of the er pest from Florida live stock dip- made by my \.
I to a Chrlstllke Influence? located In excess of its enrollment of 1926- she having: already i I
I Tho spring festival given last HirlliK. Discussed by Ilev. J. L. Norris.3:15.'Stewardship"Rev.J.. Butler's Pharmacy building. lie I :7. ped or Inspected a total of 236,034 un*d l mv bed and bi'au'
,1 Friday and Saturday evenings at will maintain regular office hours cattle during March, the monthly Thin 44th day ofp A'"i iIT'S ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grim, Starke 4-27-61-6-25
the Woman's Club under the direction a daughter, April 41 If. Webb. B'j at this location, beginning with the Towering the campus of the report of the state live stock san -

i of the finance committeeof Mr. and Mrs W. T. Tlllls, Starke, 3:45. "Are We Doing What We coming week.lit'i.li University of Florida and dominating itary board indicates. 'i-Orn unn'Vh..n :
the club was a huge success In I I the sky-line of Gainesville The report, sent to Dr. .J. V
the Foreigners "
daughter.. April fltli.Mr. Can to Christianize
OF '11'
particular. IXl.'STn Knapp, state veterinarian In bill
every i soon will be the twin 200-foot direct you are
and Mrs. Volley! Starling, Within the Bounds of Our State IMMKXSK: dizzy,
W 1 STATK IS hendnc-hey or 'lIipUI ftl
Friday evening a chicken< pilau charge of the eradication i.
towers of the new state owned ratio of :L
the e
Starke. T. V. McCall. dltlon by u .
daughter. 17th. -Dr.
a April
ti t ; n t supper was served, and Saturday broadcasting station 'VICB work shows that during the same at night will glv. (.
Y 9. Mr. and, Mrs. David Moore, Law. 4:30.: Adjournment. UntG. l1'ORII
I Fla.-Florida pro- 1 II'ITIII.I.I.1
C + evening a real fish supper with Gainesville Final details of the contract for period, 58,512 cattle were foundto

Messrs. J. M. Truby anj E 1\1.1 I ley April 16th. 7:30.: Saturday Song and Morning.Prayer Ser duced more than half of the narcissus this phase of the $100,000 project be infested and that 103,089 LANE'S PILLS

t ; jS Johns, an chefs, was enjoyed by WARNS AHAI.VST bulbs grown In,the United are now being considered by Dean,, were quarantined and held for ,

;v the large crowd present. SIJ.I.INd; (' .\CTOlt.S vice-Led 815. Sermon by Rev.-Maxie Kev. T.Collins.D4 Den- States last year, according to IIta.tlatlca J. R-B: ;t-torih;;; college of engineering
: the federal horticultural
Mrs. Herbert C. Rltch, who act furnished and Rudolph Weaver,
ed the role of the Gypsy fortuneteller mnn. board and which appeared '
The county board of bonds. trustees state architect. The towers will
9:15. Adjournment.
J i t deserves mention for she are notifying the public thatIf : .Sunday Morning In a recent Issue of the Florists'ReYlew each be fabricated from 12 tons oe(

44 1t; acted her part to perfection and they furnish materials or per- Sunday School-Local a weekly Journal pub- steel. CONSTRUCTIVE
was tbe center of attraction of the form labor for any contractor or' 10:00.: lished for florists and nurserymen.
In charge.
carnival crowd. The sliver pitch superintendent It Is of Interest to note that the
sub-contractor on any of the road Missionary Sermon Direct benefit from the Univer-
; I er, given by the club to the one i' work In BraJford county, they do Uov.11:00.Grady HerriUon of Alachua. state of Florida Issued certificates sity of Florida has been derivedby BANKING
drawing the lucky number was also 'RO at their own risk. The board 12:00. Refreshments. tp 70 growers denoting that more than 5000 persona within .
i won by Mrs. Rltch. declines to be liable for (debts of : plantings were free from Infestation the last eleven months exclusive
Cooking and serving was done kind made such SUDlay.\ftt-moon declared J. C. Goodwin, nur- who
any by contrac- 1:30. W. M. U. Program-Mrs. of the additional thousands
the State
t on the club yard. Tables were tors. sery Inspector for have been reached by the General
( attractively arranged! and many Moon in charge. Board. The largest number of
a Gainesville Extension Division and; the Agri-
Evangelism-By .
NORTH ltoJ.lSSOW' 2:30. Issued by any other
beautiful flowers were on 'Jlsplay. such certificates cultural Extension Division.
Members of the club were assisted CAN H.IVKHHORTCAKE; Brotherhood. state was 56, In Oregon.In The total enrollment for the
in serving by the Junior Club girls 3:30.: Adjournment. Duval county there Is one
1927-28 session of tbe semi
W. II. DUBOSE, Com. regular consider that this bank is a
Wilmington, N. C. had eleven million
i j and a few friends. ; April 22.- grower who University Is 2075 ; the 1927 session -
t. 4/ Eastern North Carolina formally nOSCOE 1)ENNEV: ; UAWLEY: bulbs last year, according to Mr. of summer school was attended public institution
Mil. AND MUM. WAINWRIGHT opened the 1928 strawberry This figure is larger
1 season Goodwin.
ENTERTAIN: : tomorrow with carlot In the table for by 1269 persons, a new record; Established to render efficient -
1 ship than that given and maintained
Roscoe Denney Rawley, 52, Farmers' and Fruit Growers' week
+ '+' ments expected to be made by mar- prominent contractor and builder, any other state last year. dreiy 1516 state agriculturists banking service to people of thuj
: Mr and( Airs. W. M Walnwrlghtentertained kets at Chadbourn and Wallace : give a total of
) died at his home in Green Cove The latest figures i here, while 165 boys attended the
tip Monday evening with and smaller shipments from other 90 growers In the state and a total community.
Springs yesterday morning after a short course held for them duri

a most_.enjoyable. !._bridge< __party at Important marketing places- I brief_ ___ lllnpHH.. Mr.. _. Rnwlav hall been of 60 million bulbs Review The were figures taken i Ing the first part of June. The to In conducting the operations ot this H-1
i resident of Green Cove Springs quoted from for thla of
lc'I | tal enrollment phase
k -
I certain
j October 1, 1927. Duval, Vo- nancial institution acknowledge J
l for the past 'ten years, moving the University's activities Is 5025.
c there from Hampton. He was a lusla. Lake and Seminole counties obligations.We .
:Mr.: Good- I
member of Hampton lodge No.1, lead In bulb production, Acting-President James M Farrof
for the
F. and A. M. The decayed Is survived win stated, I 'the University of Florida has recognize it as our duty ", ">fornll

by his wife, Mrs Edith L. Southeastern been Invited -deliver address 'rvice''
i an
d meeting of resident complet
_ : The j jDivUlon I every of the
Rawley, and four sisters, Mrs. Eva .
DWe're boosters for the best be, National Electric Light I '-
: Whitlock of Wyoming. Del., Mrs. attended byrepresentatives | which 'we are here to render.

_ I cause wc'.betievc'in the economy of f r mm Elliott of :MllforJ, Del., an,. Association wu* of well Florida, Alabama j jI +1
the best. :Mrs., Elma Hurlock of Philadelphia I I II It is our constant aim and cust
anti South
.5 j, //4i1 and two grandchildren, Mer- I i Carolina. Georgia and Cuba.North Miami Is always I 'H'm. J. 1LIFFE i iI tend the most practical anti efTu:
And the I ,- 'vl: l not be the most '. \ 'II Luther Rawley of Birming ; an, admirable host and the I I II vice to our patrons. Every
9 ham; Ala., and. Roscoe Allen R'aw-
expensive!; after nil HOOD lil t Itiy of Green Cove Springs. Funer- meeting delegates of had business a fine and four pleasure days :I Expert Watch Repair- ': banking facility is at your comet a

IL: tires a?< !I- .west! in cost per milel) I '! il I services will be held from the Miami has many places of Interest

tit 11t' First Methodist church at Greene i for visitors with Cuba as a side ing i
tth i'4' C.ivu. Springs at 1 o'clock Saturday line of amusements and Miami this iI OF COURSE WE WANT V0> R
Come around and see us or afternoon. The
t >" Rev. A. II. Han-I the convention
ask the man who's tried them all) a ,'ol'k. pastor will offlclate. The of season Florida.is becoming I 'I BUSINESS
following will serve as pallbearers i

: A textile strike In MassachusettsIn

Active: J. S. Smith. "'. L. Wood, which twenty thousand hands ,

_ ? B. M. Weeks, Dan Dyson, Fred Lu- are taking part shows that In a
> r ri BANK OF
ous and R. I. Rolnson. Honorary, few years the southern states and STARVE

B, F. Cooper Colonel Bell Earl especially Florida will be biddingfor

Kanneror, R. G. We'ishord, M. Neff Industries of all kinds In the i Hull Building I II A ROLL OF HONOR BANK
I and C, II Butch Interment was country where strikes are a thingof

In the family lot In In the Hampton the past and better living con- I E. S. Matttiews, 'Pres. R. >j. ''Davis, CashierT"
::1 Supreme, Service
,Station.Np..1 Qne,-I :cemetery, The arrangements were ditions prevail with all the necessry Starke, Florida

--- directed\ by the. Marcus, Conant, light and power for in-Jus-

r ,. a Company. tries of all kinds. II

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,, i o i III1I111I'i' I Mrs W. S. Blakeiy and little son' panted to Gainesville In his parents '

of Jai'ksouvtlle. were visitors last: Mr and Mrs Nat Stern berg,
week at the home of her tw'
I parents 7
and little daughter, Lillian
Bits OlJJci41 Mr. and Mrs W. W. Ualsden _._
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Mrm. J. C. Robinson is 81Wndlnlt,
Field pea and Florida peanutsat several! days In Jacksonville the1 1 Friday Saturday .

J '1.") Kicklltor's. guest Of her brother, -In-law and
z l7
.jl! j ti'l sister, !Mr.: and Mrs. C. I). Shank

.. .,., ""'411.""" Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner of New -.--- _. P Smyrna, spent the week-end herewith The Executive Committee of the t

Concerning Our People, Business and .Mrs.I. Towell.Minor's mother, MriLaura University District of chrNtlan Sunset Gold Creamery Butter, per lb. 49c 4 '

of the County and Town. Endeavor: will meet next Sund.o; ;' l r ? .

progress afternoon at 3 o'clock with the _M_ __._ _. _.......J jL _... _.... ____ -.- ..... v.iJ':1LIORF
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vansickel ot Starke Society at the Preitb.vteilan

Gainesville, were Sunday guests ot A has TOILET PAPER3rollsfor20c NEW, ATLANTIC MATCHES
,,, nmantmoionuusrwmawrI m"anmwnsl"""' wussmwwmaetalal, '. 1 church. splendid! program
u Mrs. Vansickel's parents Sheriff been arranged for the afternoon. I
I .Kline of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. J. Di\[. Drownlea au.j Mrs. W. J. Epperson. I 2 Packages 15c ,

Sunday. and children and Mrs S. E. Brown- Mrs. A. Hartman and daughter ,
Peanuts, and velvet .. '-- .. ,-.- _...... ........... -
lee, spent, Sunday at St. Augustine. chufas Lorraine of Hockfor.l. Ill, who --- -- --- '---'"""'"' -
--- beans. J. F. Klckllter. called here by t the death of'
., iiid It at rUcrn,1 were Rose-Dale Sliced No. 21-2 27c
,' I Mrs J. J. Lambs and Miss Ruth Mrs. Hart man's father. "''I'. August; Pineapple '
Mrs S. T. Dell and children of I 1 ,
Guest spent Monday shopping In Stern will spend severnl. \\'l"el(11) I

-- Jacksonville.Mr. Gainesville, spent Sunday afternoon here with Mrs l1al.tlUlIlI'lmulher, '" ----....-__...._ ..... y--- -. ._"-..- --._- L_ --f (}
visiting at the home of her I

OrooUer was a aud Mrs. J. C. Padgett an'] father, Col. W. TVeeks.. Mrs. Stern. I Mission lirand Yellow Cling MISSION 11itAN I) QUART
'"? Starke Thurs- children of Jacksonville, were visitors Misses Inez Abernatl>\ and, Lillian I PEACHES I strEET MIXED) PICKLES Nf' ;

I to Starke Sunday afternoon. You will find Stornlierji's' Store \ Barefoot with O HIM Man

Glen St. n pleasant. place to nli<>]>. ____ ning, attended a plu given last : No. 2 1-2 can 22c 34c

[ir>), ivler.sJay, In StarkeGeorgetown. was Mr.a. Aubrey visitor Brtnson to Starke of Tuesday Flftone, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall of .lack students Thursday of evening Sanderson at Siuidorson High School, by -- ._._. T ___.__m........ _--' ._,..,.._ fr

it'' df n I afternoon Honvllle Mrs. Hall's were parents week-end, Mr guests and Mrs.L. of. In which-Miss-Barefoot- -took- part I, Mission Brand Sour or Dill Pickles qt. 27c 1 J

',.. Is UO1t Knlikorg and Longir's at S, Hutto. Mr. and John M. Hale. publicity 'f't to

r t days In Starke Stcrttbcrg's.Mr chairman of Christian Endeavor' of : -- -- .,.- ,

01 E. L. Biggs. Strawberry crates and cups at Archer, ami G. II. Hell of Gainesville '
Klckllter's. /) .-UONTE /; KRAFTS CURBSSTICIS I 't4 ;
and Mrs. W. L. Edwards of visited the Starke Christian

I ", Orvllle J. GrlfHs' Jacksonville, were week-en guestsof Endeavor: Society Sunday evening I PLUMS ---I IB Delicious Clues M'AFE/iS "s "'
( A. II.JIarl.. )" of Lawtey has 'i "{
,, were relatives here. and both made very Interesting
I p been called to Charleston, S. C., on talks. No- 2 can PerPaclage25cr. .
IIHIH account of the serious Illness of I a I
Mr. J. C. DeDevolse of South
at sister there. _....- -__. ,__ --1"" -'-..... oiIioaII. g'
gaud. and low prices Jacksonville was transacting The new cable ,con n -rting the '

business in Starku Wednesday.Mr. two white way posts wt'nt of cor REGULAR
's. Mrs. H L Presley of Flomaton, ner Walnut end Call 11\\'l.'tl1\ wasput POST TOASTIES PRICE NOW 3 for 25c '

spent Smith of Alabama. Is enjoying a ten days The old'
lacksonvllle and Mrs. Junlun In place Tuesday Yt',
ln here with Mr and Mrs. (1. -.. _______ __ ... ,
visit _
,ti the home of his Waldo, attended the show here cable had been damaged\ bv the I ) -- "- ..... L .. I t

I ,al l.tIrs.. S R. Johns. Tuesday evening. Kirk Lewis. setting of a stall sign standard In Fancy Polly Self-rising FLOUR24pounds$1.10

.__ f front of the Magnolia (Cufc, renjer-' Stuffed Olives3oz.
Mrs.t.! E.' Edwards of Jacksonville
I, .nid) daughter, Miss Building supplies and Lumber at ing It useless. i
In Starke last week visIting
e ,nulay with relatives the right prices. See Quigley & was

I t, ,,,.orgla. Davis. Judge her and son-in-law Mrs. A. Z.and Adklna.daughter, Mr. M. Chandler Stlth, who at It Siinftet Self-rising FLOUR 15c l1
attending the Baptist Seminary
(P' Brown, of Tampa, Mr. J. II. Lawrence of Keystone Louisville, I Ky, will\ arrive\ next 12 pounds 62c Plain Olives 3 lOc .
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grime of I oz
t i :luring the weekn Heights, was a prominent visitor week for a visit with his! family,
the out i; >
Lake were among <
to Starke Tuesday.Mr. of town folks attending: the Williams who are at the home of Mrs Stith'sIlarentM ---.,. ----_.---------- ..-' -,
Mr. and Mrs. II I..
Surrency and G. and Mrs. L. D. Green and Stock Co., Show here Tuesday 11.>e. On May 16th Mr Brown-I' Best Granulated Sugar pounds 65c

ilmoker wkere busl- little daughter, Ellse;: ", spent Tues- evening. stated by one of the students of I ,

Starke Saturday. day in Jacksonville. the Baptist Seminary will begin n .. ..... r q6
? ICs delicious-Polimettla Ice _._ _lOW ..__ ----...... ,I Kll
the I
-- series of revival meetings at
ffylllllf10111 ijtl.OO to $3.5O Stcl'nhrrg's/ Store"' !is li<'n IbO CERTO
for boy'" rlotlios.
u'1'g'M .
Mr. and Mrs.-George C. Livingston Grade 1'' ,,
!Many Starke folks attended the i I FOR MAKING JAM & JELLIES :, j: .
fclni Cameron of Cedar Miss Grace Wood spent the latter of 2611 Prospect! road. Mrs. f
Quest last week of part of the week in Lawtey Cantata I "Morn of Victory" which Andrew Diaz, of iol09 Wutrous
rendered by the Starke Methodist 17 Pound 8 Bottle 32c
u' t'a rleton. visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ander- vas Sunday avenue, and Mrs. L. O Lesley of c -oz. '
choir at Penney
son. 114 IlyJe Park place were recent I -- _. __ __ b'R i: n.
afternoon.Mr. -'r -1'- __. -- _......-
p"l I M! Snyder and Miss visitors In Starke for a short I ( !
I "trove!( spent! Saturday Mr. and: Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson of and stay as the guests of Mr and 'Mrs. I itf'I ,
and Mrs. T J. Murrhee,
u ih, Cocoa, are spending several days J. M. 1t1t.rhell.Tampl1 Times. I
children of New Smyrna spent
here at the home of Mrs. Wilson's 24th.
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with !Mr. -
Sunday In Starke SThI1E
M 0 B. Col on of father, Col. ,V. T. Weeks. mother, Mrs. Anna Mar __ __ '
visitors to Starke I L. O. Couch Sr., who IIIIH bl'en'

inonM Mi and Mrs J. C. Uampley of rhee. upending the pant month I in Starke\ '

Sebring, are enjoying a visit herewith buying berries, arrived[ In Plant ,
and Mrs. Den Kearco,
''I O. N. Canova ands Mrs. Ilampley's mother Mrs. Mr. Thursday' In City, Saturday to spend! l the weekend J ,
Duller spent
\ mid. were visitors .to Sarah I'" Ilamrlck. Starke. Mr. Kean: who la a Confederate with his family. He left Man- Iq'; .M
I for Mobile where; hli will be i,
afternoon. day p
11 I nu lay : Veteran attended the Memorial r
Rev and Mrs. R. S. Carleton I located for several weeks.--Plant i '
services.A i iO'clock
and Mrs. C. II. Marks and Miss Day Courier. .. .
Moon of Lawtey, was a Mr. City -- -- -- ---- -
mtnr to Starke WednesMornberK's. :! Gladys Cameron, were visitors to Poinsettia A At why std bonds l nhotllil
Jacksonville last Thursday. wonderful food The heavy rainfall of the past not b., valldatoil. and i'onflrtnodT1IUS13 I hl
Butler's Pharmacy
Ice Cream. ten days washed out several places : Alii t: TIIMJIKP'OHM: : to iomniiinil rI r------------
: phone 160.Judge you, a"id uat'h of you ore hereby '
Society fiubrolilrry of the county
III'I'MM'! ,()('!3 from !':.t."O: to .\ full line of Royal on the lateral roads reijulinil. to ho anil l ai"ptnr Ie-'
Stcriiberp, I estimated( at $2- 2. ,
gads nt ; M. the damage being I'u"Iho" llonoiiibln A. AilkliiH
A. Z. Adkins, Col. K. washed judge of I the. Hulil 1 Court, at Mtarkti,
Johns, States Attorney II. V.. 000. The rain of Monday Hiiulfnril' county, Kloilda, on HIM
over state road 13 south of Law- .171)1) day of May A. l U. 1UJ8: at Tuno'clock I For 30 Days
Knight and Col. D. K.J Knight are the shoulders but ( A. M mid Miow ,pips.f/ any
mp1ete Home Furnishings on easy terms, or attending circuit court \in Macclenny tey damaging % on' have, \\ by HiiUl bonds should not
not Injuring the rock IIUHO I"! validated end t'ollll'nu.d; otherwlm -
oral discount for cash. Our prices are right i this week. I I the will" a dutloim IM ;taken an of cunfuMHeil the, nalil, petition by- II t p.

!' Mr. Clifton Brown of Tampa,, you.II' IS oltimilKI: thai tilt notice.

SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEKIn 75c I accompanied by Mr. Carr Colley CENT A 1ORCOLUMN ) I, l e.>an t< .published ui.iiUviWHik. (mu).'t.$a.before week for I the ThivAi 17th I. I SPECIAL PRICES

Scalloped and fringed shades, cash and Miss Harriet Hitch, of Starke, day. or May A. II. 1028, In time llni.l-
I were among those attending; the ford. County' TvlHwruph u wectklyri I
$118.75 In Hu ik..,
buriful overstuffed suite terms Sigma. Nu house party In Gainesville Hi"adlciril" County Kloilila, and that
I last week. WANTED--To buy 6 to 10 room the 1.'lr,1 publication be nl leant .

[art Furniture CompanySTARKE i I house with from one to I C) acres I of KlirhU'i'ii: May, ,A.days I M I'.UH.VITNl.sS iK.foie" ., 'the 17th day

II Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder of ground. Something with I 'if\ tin; I;' 'II'nY Court hand and'of: Kiadfoid the sent on. IIi' M Mrt

FLORIDACONFIDENTIAL Pisses\ Fenella SnyJer, Bonnie shade trees suitable for chickens I County, I Florida, I this the 2IUU. day
Suellgrove and Ethollne White, and garden. Describe fully of April, A. 1) 1I>2H.
spent Sunday at Jacksonville and and name price In first letter. I Clerk Circuit Court, inrIlrndrnrd (
Beach. Address Homeseeker. care Telegraph County Florida.
I Jacksonvlle A. S. cuuvvH, Super Giant ,
Fla. 4-13-3t Shingles
Starke !Solicitor! for I'yiltloner27Btli2li.' ) .
Perfect for dinner or parties. Foil l -8AUST;-20 acres: "gowi calf;

I Poinsettia Ice Cream. Butler's ideal for truck farm or small

Pharmacy phone 160. fruits, will take $450 If sold

I within 60 days. Look this!!! over. Baby Chicks All Colors
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand Inquire of D. Frlgo of Lawtey I

II children of Jacksonville, spent or write Floyd Ball, 3756 Keyes '

Sunday in Starke with the form-, Ave. Orand Rapids Mich. R. R. "'
II I parents, Sheriff and Mrs. Ep- No. 11. 4-20-2t Thoroughbred registered baby I! ;
to $7.00
person. FOR-SALG I ft. floorshow) case i : chicks for sale All kinds .

i $25. Washing machine $5.00.
Miss Lillian Barefoot spent Sunday Courtney's Filling Station, available. .n )

I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Starke, Fla. 4'1.2t.

I W. 1<'. Barefoot -ot Sanderson. Per Square r.
I They accompanied; her to Starke Inthe FOR' SALE-Or rent for Bummer .00 |M-rrrnt delivery\ KU( runtvml. -

afternoon. months furnished bungalow 1''t 11

/'h rent in Safe DepositTault Cor. Temple and Jefferson Ave., '
box our '
en you a i h''
Mrs W. M. Wlmberly and little Inquire of owner, .E. C. Tappen 1 t' '
: I treated in daughter .
your transactions are i the latter part of the week
: In spent Starke with her parents Mr, FOR SALE-'Porto Rico Sweet Potato PHARMACY: QUIGLEY & DAVIS Yr.nrwuw.uww.www.

trictest confidence, just as are all trans- ahd Mm A. II. Green. draws. H. L. Stevenson,
I 427it'OR
I Starke.
I I Phone '1(10 "HTAIIKK" :, I'I\

ctions of our customers in any depart- 'I' Everybody' favorite' Poinsettia| 1<' SALF.--I'orto Rico sweet potato a

T-.-.a- Cream-. sold at Butler's Phar-I L'_ uruwB.,_____ harry n"'.tern. manse, 1 ,.., ._, -,-,,-,,_._,,_........_.. .-,-.- ''' JaAV'9 : '

lent of the bank. macy, phone 160. Fla. 4.272t'In .. :- r 4 t
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children ,STARKE FOLKS lit J. E. Corpcning i
and !Mrs. Gassett and f'I" { '']
fi.urV rwitntjr-BUtb
nlt Judicial
of the leave FrUay for Ozark. Alabama I r: pre ; liradford County, -- Y'I
,m have exclusive and private use where they will visit rela-1! Florida. In Chancery. % ,
I. lives. Mr. GauaU will return City of Htarkv. a municipal. corporation. GEE Pop SN-H StH-H GOSN"t t t tL001 f

'(< you rent-a real convenience in the. ; Monday Mrs. Gaftllet and fh dren1 vs.Stuff J'ctltloner. >, ( AT HOW :. KEEP $111. DONT' HE SAVE YOUR

remaining: for an extended visit. nf "Florida, BALD 1'HAT JIMMy-NEILt KNOW IT HAIR 'I U5IN(;. '

11 ection of your important papers and I and Mrs. |' llenpondent.Prfltlim. t.. 'nd ll : Mrs G. W. Allerman TO TUG CITIZKNrt: ANIt TXX
tables. Rentals ran"ge from $2.50 up- O. A. Anderson of Lawtey the I II AND ,\ff. PRHHO.V.SINTMKKMTKli '
'Tuesday for Miami to attend : : OltKHTlNOYon ,
of the Order of nnd each of you win take nntlcn I
I grand chapter that the City of Stark a municipal
I 'ds< annum.BRADFORD. from the : : the :
per Eastern Star as delegates rorpnration> ands I IHWHof
the State of Florida, by and r e DRUG STORE 1 1i
Starke chapter. through lt.. City Council, hnx fll-d I ;
I' I a petition In the shove styled court
David W. Moore, under 'lute. Hi21th day of April.
Mr and Mrs.! A. It. 192! to have the Issue of Ten
i of Lawtey. announce the birth of Thaimand $10,00000)/ dollar. worth V 'f't t
on April 16. The baby of bond, an authorl*..d by thi. CMtv. i t.r) rte t
daughter l
Council cot the City of Stark. anti axi
ha. been name] Elizabeth Anne. i provided for by hew validated and
her marriage contlrmeil l>y d.cfiik of the above I:
Mrs. Moore, prior to I styled court. Standard remedies that everyone knows about. A I
Ruby Trenholm of Jack- And thi.t on th 24th day nf April i'
BANK Miss li lithe Store
was ; Corpening's Drug
COUNTY Journal. i A. f>. 1921. an ord.r issued out
onvllle.-Jacksonville said Court axalnxt, the Htat the ofFlorida helpful service that assists folks in their home
ri'ijulrlnir It through
student of Honorable II V. Knlicht, State Attorney ," "The Service ft'
radford County's Financial Stronghold Sammy Sternberg. a fur the Twntr-ilxth/ Judicial comfort plans. A truly pleasing place'where your! ,
Florida. pent .
the University of ( Inuit of Florida to chow rauneh Store"I
with his par-I .fore the honorable A. Z. Adkln., I ,
FLORIDA the week-end here Judge of the cald Florida at Htarke, wishes receive courteous consideration. Starke
STARKE, entt. returning to the University In ifraelforil Bounty, a count. ,
He was accom In the. a..llaWt'lr one the.. !1------ ... .--- -- -- -
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Farmers & Farming ." '", .... / ,.'. \,
V : .,.."' ::,ask;f: .yt Farmers in ,
<;,. Gainesville Fla. Arrangements v\
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I fi are making
(By Agricultural Editor) I .'..,..... are rapidly being made for matoes ,-", '!

_. .... the club short courses to be heldat
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s %tI' I the University of Florida and at County AgcnUaytona

Farmers and Truckers" Are Invited to Contribute Articles II II I i he State Colege for Women. --- i I' -..

I I of I Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo : I The girls will begin their weekat drome to be a;

t Be Best Suited to Our Country I Tallahassee on June 1 and the
a. Ioys: will arrive In Gainesville onMay nJ. yF

i --. .. : 28 for their week of Instruction -

t IN AD- t at the University. Prepara-
i I ions are being made larger enrllments

!' than ever before, accord-

VERTISING TAKE CITRUS C e i 'tm 'jiK nialock.to Miss Flavia Gleanon and R.

Special speakers are being ar-

k OUT OF "LUXURY" CLASS .. anged for, and wlll'be announced
: .it,I a later date. Recreation will

-- I i n onslst of picnics( athletic events
ds Mow California Fruit Growers KX-: : ness of national advertising campaigns in-.l\ concerts. A big banquet will 1 1t

vf'' change llnvittclcntxl' Mnrkrltor : each succeeding year and >ring the boys' club short courseto J'1 t

Citrus' I-'nnls' .the World add to the cumulative effect of' an end.Courses.
Over.KDlTOlt'S. given' for the girls will
In educating the I ;
previous years. :
( food
j t E) nclude swimming gardening
to the deltciousness
NOTE-Advertising consumer :onservatlon, poultry, nutrition,
coverage of new citrus fruits and the uniform good t lt. improvement clothing personal
tad efficiency borne
quality of the marked brand. : nY l lro
gt ; f F has bran, responsible for hygiene and training of
markets Many Florida growers who have 1 teams. a tC

1 n I the Krow/Ii of the rltrus! Industry looked askance at the advertising' demonstration Courses at the University for the
venture to 111yrennut of California growers,,
from an unprofitable program livestock -
t : i zR. boys will Include poultry
Importance Thltt Is anther probably have built up a picture of I farm mechanics record

of the series of articles on fabulous cost prohibitive to growers -, oro ..., keeping, agronomy, horticulture,
co-operative marketing facts pro- In this state. Some facts about c
rt rented for the Information of Florida tho cost of handling fruit throughthe eaq;, .ix.. ralr I! and insects. the extension service -
I Members of
; : farmers and business men. California exchange as quoted t
,,1 home demonstration staff e+
R-'f M During the past 20 years the 1 I by C. C. Teague the exchange ; :
;, and county and home demonstration __. E y,
In this
Kxlmne Illuminating
aty California Fruit Growers president are I the
ra Duxx11Yi7a t;;; I agents will conduct
'' ha Invented nearly $9,- regard. .u. awtsa .\ I
to">,' no In advcrtlHlng anJ. mer- "iJecause of the volume of fruit courses. I

I' ahaldihing" for the I express pur- handles by the Exchanges: ," Tea- : 1', .
M. \OW of Hiking citrus fruits out of gue Mild, "the total cost per box i '\5 1i

the "luxury". : claRK and developing I of the exchange's; extended service I \ ; 1 ;
few markets and more widespread which benefits the entire In- 1 j.MnO DOOM Dco .w .. i V teir 9 1)/7" ,

: 4i\trll>utlon for these helth-bulld- dustry. Is less than the charge of I .,IY.VaY JL*.. r R V W ...Sw,.,, \<:a.yy; O{
lag fru Its. any competing distributing agency; I r N.re ,
w Much of this advertising has In- for marketing alone. Exclusiveof I ." I
directly helped Florida growers,, advertising Exchange service v ao .SCrCOAJO- t1i30RDlAA1

7 because it has made the nation cost 6.04 cents a box this past sea f'JQ.ST l"1..COQ PI..AJJ *ctrTAA
q J ; ?t conHrlous of the lienlth an,1 food son. The"aervice rendered by three\ I '-" y--i---l
values of citrus fruits. And of I district exchanges cost an averageof .-- 5 .k=3

I course Florida growers have contributed 1.37 cents a box thus makinga NEW: KNGLAM: f'OLOMAh the first story give good characterto I vided for. I
I attic with stairway is jI
s lo the volume of advertising total average operating cost of I HOME WITH CJ.IK.UJK AND the exterior and are also most A large I

1 through the Florida exchange, 7.41 cents a box. This amount KTl'DY FKATfRKD: : pleasing from within, they allowan also provided. 47 feet
i ,t' although the bulk of citrus advertising represents 1.44 percent of the de- This house! measures
uninterrupted view and with the front and requires a lot :
< Is placed by the California livered value of the fruit marketed (/Dy R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archils., across I
their curtains.and drapes of bright with a frontage of not less than
> exchange. and 1.93 perecent. of the f. o. New York.)
Advertising and merchandising b. returns This house combines the simple figured material they make real sixty feet.Complete.

have become standard practices in "The conduct of the national advertising straightforward symmetricalNew focal'points' of interest in walls. working plans and specifications -
t many co-operative marketing organizations campaign was financed by As will be seen from the planof of this house may be
today. The story of assessment of 4 1-2 cents a box England Colonial facade the first floor, the garage Is obtained for a nominal sum from
k i the rltrus Industry varies only in on oranges and grapefruit and 7 thoroughly practical convenientand placed in a wing adjacent to the the building editor. Refer to e.aryFitBetween

details from the story of other succnasful cents a box on lemons. This makesa livable plan layout Includinga kitchen. The front(portion of the house IIA-78. .

r co-operative marketing or- total cost for both marketing and built In Garage and a Study. wing serves as an entrance' vesti- betwen 1000- 2000
l of Dade- county
I Farmers
: I Kanlzutlons; reaching nation-wide advertising.. of 2.41 perecent. of The charm of simplicity is evi- bule. This scheme places the garage -
+&.c markets. Today the farmer's products the delivered value of the fruit I denced In the exterior design. Good doors on the rear where.they Miami and Homestead are harvest- gJ eras No Car thatCompares
.' are advertised and sold very or 3.24 percent. of the f. o. b. re- proportions, large well placed wln- cannot be seen from the street ing a fine crop of tomatoes according -

much as the products of InduHtry turns.' --Jows divided into small panes, a and the vestibule arrangement allows to reports from that sec- withComb
ti t ? are advertised' and Hold. Some Interesting side-lights on plain unbroken' roof and an Inter- a better treatment of the stair tion. In many cases poor seed resulted -

"The Exchange has just% closed effects' of the California exchange t'Btlng'carved entrance doorway hall. A doorway connects the garage in' the farmers being unableto
twentieth as a national with the kitchen so get plants, but those who had
Ita year to develop and market citrus byproducts complete a scheme that Is pleasing. pass
K. 0. Dezell gen I will be outlined In the The house Is set to the ground the. car Is accessible without going good seed have a fine crop, it Is the field and you'll

genas I next article. Florida Is vitally Interested I there! Is but a single step from the : out of doors, a real convenienceIn stated. come right back to Buick for BUICK

"rnlt (Growers Exchange, In a recent In he( entire citrus In-i ground to the first floor-and this : inclement weather. the style, colors,upholsteries ,
Interview. "It has set a new Justry and additional facts will be' contributes: to the effect In no The space over the garage Is There will be a large planting and appointments of Its \t
1 record for volume of fruit handled! presented In next week's article. small degree. Well placed plant- used as a study It connects with a of strawberries' in the glade section Lovejoy Hydraulic: Shoo
I bodies Usher.
', .ml financial return to growers Ing and a goodly stretch of smooth laivdlnK of the main stairway. around Goulds, in Dade City, says by Absorbers, Double! :|

i tamed upon returns to California SIMPI-K 314'rnOU FOKKII.IIN green lawn completes the ensem- A cellar la provided under the W. T. Nettles, district agent who Make the same test in prrFrame Sealed Chanii.
r g : r e It Is cHtlmated that the citrus crop : : : KOCK: LIME: I entire house and the laundry. has just. returned from that sec- formance and ,
+ + of 1927 had a retail value In the ble.The three very large windows of heater space etc.. are there pro- tion. again you'llelect Mechanical Four.Vhet
+ Fla.-Many people .. Buick/ for the power. faun
t; markets of $225,103,000, repre'iv Gainesville Brakes and host of "
i, ry ; Muting a per capita expenditure who often want to make small 1 getaway dependability, ,ty of notcombuiedinanyothWJits
la this country of approximately! amounts of llorJeaux mixture will \ Valve-m-riead six-cylinder

: 4 t } LN1G be glad; to learn that it Is possible engine-vibrationlest beyond car carefully.Mill
sales of citrus during the slaked lime in the putt; your
lU Gross to keep thousands of Ford[
t : 6' 'f period the Exchange has been' i In condition for long periods without owners belief. a ,thorough comparison*

the field as a national allvt'rtiller'line Impairing Its usefulness for making Compare specifications and Prove to yourself tbat Bui:

e been over the $1,000,000,00 Bordeaux.Dr. entomologist have found that it them you'll find further proof of outpointsall othercarsulli;

i t, mark. ,E. W. Burger pays Buick superiority in Buick's between #1000 and '200(
Board suggest!
Invests lea Plant
h "The Exchange: now of the State

r1 1 y than 1 percent. per year per' con that one may buy 10 cents worth) to use SEDANS$119' to$199' r t COUPES fl 195 tol85t
r ; b 4j Burner In advertising and ;mer of rock lime place it In 10 different SPORT MODELS J1195 to J1525M
e : chan'JIslng. This represents 82 (cans one pound to the can am trial/..t. Flint Mich., nwnm..> it 190 of one perecent. of the gross place the cans In a tub of water cc __ Juana...,tht moil dnirtblt.It*r.tlabl, *

f.1 III.Iles. of 1 4 to 2 5 of a cent per Room must be allowed In the cans "STANDARD" OIL F"I I

,, dozen. Dealer service actlvltle for expansion at the lime slakes Ii""'.: .
; have been the most extensive 1 Iif Also the cans should,be well covered REGISTER MOTOR CO.
n a tile history of Exchange: advertts with water Jn the tub, he

Ing during the past season. Till states.
afr'n, .I loaturo of the advertising' progran. When a pound of lime Is need "STANDARD" STARKE, FLORIDA
i sow represents an annual Invest : e-J for making Bordeaux empty th Motor Oil IIIC'rI'JCR wILL BCHOn
mont of 25> percent of the. total contents of one can. Smaller or
't+ '' appropriation and effectively coyb larger; amounts may be used in tin 'F" is an oil of the highest .

b i era the 3,750 jobbers and 1 500,00> .some way he explains.' The covers -
ty I I retail outlets. to the cons should be put on after -I grade; its hody and lubricating

1S i Mr. Dezell points out that de the lime Is slaked qualities are scientifically t' y Scratches or Skin Abrasionsan
}, spite the fact that the supply of awarded 'r

oranges and !grape-fruit; In the St. AugUl'llIne--Colltral.tll rebuilding Dixie lllghwaj correct for the Ford antiseptic should be used to prevent info'
has incruused ove
United five times States'' as fast as the country' In West St. Augustine and for re- engine. tion,insure quick healing.Therefore,rememberto

l bus been building Anastasia Island cause .
tho public
l i educated to realize the healthful way. Beach Orange and grape It forms a perfect seal he- Use lS(3)RCSZONE( ) ) at Once!
detree Vero -
;' ness of the ';}ellcI ulI fruit to a -
Il where it has been willing tc fruit planting under way Ui 40 twccn rings and pistons, Y'' Borozone Liquid, a powerful antiseptic, cleanses cuts
I Highway -
i tract at corner of Kings ... power
the in acre
+ pay satisfactory prices for and wounds and kills germs. Borozone
.k l I and Osceola Boulevard.: between pistons and cylinder both h-wdy.
1 creaslngly large crops. appl led after the liquid,hastens healing.Keep
g "Th 18 preference for orange Sanford--J. C. Penney Company walls. This Sol
f' t' establish store in Frank L conserves! power By
,l f :las been' built up ;year after yea to Corpeninqj'a IJrut!; StncHAMPERS-
c a- Urgely through the extensive and Woodruff building here. and adds to smooth rmmin". t .
consistent advertising activities of _.-- O
i the Exchange and its broad distrl. --- -- Leaves less carbon and keeps I

t to take advantage PAINTER'SSimon .
button of shipments
,i of the maximum demand'aafd transmission hands soft and

Great Dezell.progress Is also being Pure Citrusand pliable.
made in developing lemon con I For the new 1928 Ford I am offeringfor aalo. at price thnt will aav T a''c'

r4'', a unptloit. California In gradually ? first el... Beau Ilamper'made from Hardwood, four wood
-placing: the foreign lemon. Cal Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS Model"A"u3c"ST ANDAUD" aolld hardwood ....d. that flfcluae. two wire..tapled .r.

k' Uremia's In this percentage country of has total doubled supply Motor Oil Heavy.: head. Total weight 4 1.2: ....a.d. complete. Compare .rte ells. (

Due to of there tramper wit.. otlo_., also comparemr prlc''
tit the last twenty years. -
the fact that the Exchange handles I aaked br othera. <**
{ mor than 90 percent of the Are h hI lea than 25 at Zoo: each FOR 82 quart and 2S: qniirt '

i;4 i lemon production. It Is In a post I I 23 for 4.75 for 82 quart .1... and .-.M for 28 quart .1.! .* ""
Uon to cope Intelligently with "T1MK 50 for a.0.00 for jj: quart alaea and 88.OO for.28 quart

problems of supply and consumption I TESTED"Our T5 for *13.00 for 82 quart .1.... and S12.OO: for 28 qanrt ales'
the competition STANDARD .I***
despite strong
a 100 for S1O.30 for 82 quart alaea and 1S.OO for 2M: quart
till offered by Importations from Brands are the Acknow- aW. *
250 for S40.00 for 33: quart alaea cad ,nn.OO/ for 28 I Sicily Records) of Bales in the public ledged Standard by which *. *
500 for TB.DO' for 32 quart alaea and 70.OO for 28 quart
rt auction markets covering 40 Growers of Florida have 'Iaart "'"
v percent of the shipment, show Judged all\ fertilizers for 1000 for SI43.0O for 32 quart alaea and t4O.OO for :IS aIJI
1, OOOO for $s IO.oo for 82 for :2 qa.rt
$ t that Exchange shippers received nearly forty years. quart alaea and 88OO.OO
i r'' ...,"''* *
11.63 per box more than competitors I "Giving all we can for what Every time you buy a gallon of gasoline you pay All above ff. o. b. Lawter. Isla. except will r.l-feooO

for 2,500,0o6,000 year. we get Instead of getting all SV4, per gallon Florida Slat cud inspection Tax ( ) at any attlon ou. railroad la Daker. Bradford
"Over orangeswere we can for what wo give," chua .r Clay Conatlea.
marked with the Sunk lilt In tho policy of Tko above prleea are atrlctlr for .,..... Mr tl''I .r
trade-mark last season by means STANDARD OIL COMPANY price evil be 20e atralcht with no dlaeouat.
t .f electrical fruit-making ma- TilE E. O. PAINTER I

hinea Installed In the packing I FERTILIZER CO. J. L. HARRELL Lwte1JFla.
r't Sl houses. This is an Innovation JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY L I ,

1 which will\ Increase the effective- ._ -
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-- : = : I Tuosday. An hour was pleasantly i '0 TIIH} Pl'IIMC i I'ii iull..iu,1 In SI' II risc. Hriiilfnoi ,',"1' NO'rCl I (

-- i\ "1"111., I Is I heiohy i deslKimtod a"li ,

[ : I spent after which peanut butter Take iioti I, ,- that any on,' furnishIIIMT : ,I ;'I pHi>i'r I In 'W :, : this ii I materials or supplies.to,, or per 1 order shrtll I I be- .I\J. oncecck
sandwiches and Krnpejulce Cm mm I it inlMir f.iILOY contractor, '\1 for Four ...,Ii,". i '. weeks.VITNKK8 dli'lul, flu nit, ,,.Hord Coiiaty.Florida. .
noun 1 1He. sub-contractor or persnnn and <-.m- \ my Imul, Il. 1'lerk and In Clinm-i 5 ly.
were served abundantly. 'the'' soul of the named '
panlt'N cmi rig worlc on the public Ib.v. "o\rl. Alex F. J1'otk.I. 1
-. -- V. M. Taylor preached at road of Hradford County. F"'I'.II., 'this the list day :.l..b. l., ( "'.
,\I,,",,.... In any and capacities < 'SS'' \m I .
11. hasard. for the 0.\W.\ J. D. Jones, et al.) .'
.i' v ." Graham Baptist church Sunday their own and Al.ORnN.I..rk I
lllinry, at Iioard of liimd Trusioes will In no s. Ir..ti l"ad. Defendants.NOTICE ,
,"h. luornluK. way be liable fur the payment of ((SEAL) ford TO APPKAIl I IN SUIT j '
<;r> each. Mrs. K. M. Favor and daughter. the same.uoAitn. A. a CUBWSSolicitor Qf I ET TITUS. UTC. T .. S
'I OF no.vn Tutsrnns for Complainant .'
To Florida nIL:
Miss Mary niauche, of Lake Geneva 4O-r-5.4 .mpa" a'oI'pcsratlcsn
By E. 8. !AI'TIUWI. ; Jumps T Router 4

n .". \TI5 !lE : were the guests of friends 4-20-51-5-18 O'I''J John. Jclte. Trust" ,.. for .J. i j

,,',ntlo and relatives here last Friday. CO"I"l"Mllry )
C. JOI..I H. .
orInI, I Revival services will Ilgat ;OIIOH I>K Pl'lll.lCATIWN In Circuit Twenty-Sixth ..1itidal Iltu".I.) .., nlf.-. N. .. '
I '
i ifully I Circuit: .urtj llrmlford County, Jackson Jones Amniula, Junes i'
f ,,,nation, the Methodist.. church on TuowJay Serial No. 020529. Klorldn. In Clmnonry.Uuvld June.1 :: Mary A. I... Cnnsc, ,u t ...llherof \ ;

ItO. .. I May the let. Kverbody Invited to of the Interior. U. 3. W. KelleyTVho Signs his tlii. above are livIng '", 'in i-.s ..' I, ,
.bra" n.pal'llcnt *umo TV.. Kellay, tunci. and If dead or not In J
i I attend. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. 1 Complainant.vs. Ian,'"', then to his her, their or,Its l I

I 'F:1tliTT: Miss Ada Nlmmo wan the guest April It. I IH2., helm, legatees., grit ii tees, devisees.sui'iiHssors. ,
NOTH'M Is hereby thatVil. Cain( Strleklnno) et al.S legs I iiipi'osvntatlvcH or t. I'
of her sister, Mrs. W. 1*. Dirt, of his in K. I'i'Well' uC :..II't Kluilda, a"llan8. and to all persons ftrrns
,. :\ who. on n.'ci'mler IS. ) nmdllomostfiid 1'"r.ndRlt8. rind whose .L '
: last Sunday. 1121. name
It Alachua county Notice to In Suit h. quId "OI'I"I."tlol" 1..1-
No. forSouth Ih".ndnlt.
,lines (tp Biitry, 0206:9. dOlce nf business Is j '
t ulldate ; ; / Miss Henry Etta Evnnn: of Leak half nf Nnrl hlf"t 'l\al.tElI| I'HIe, 1'1,. ss use'ti to complnliiiint I that are I Interested : .
1 of Tier Soctlon 10, Township I I'' To (Florida Kiillruad. : In: :I Ihnsn certain lands. or I
i If% rd Mlas.. U the guest : I acnrporntiin5 t
::i vllle, COlpalY.
I' I Meridian, mil '
voters 13 Hast, TallHhnsRiHi : Jnmes. 'r. Ilnl lyliiK In,1 being In' .f I ,I.
aunt Mrs. C. I;. Harper. 1 tiled hut it,' of Intontlnn to Ink< John Mcllne as trustees for the 11,1 rl"I"tnrd ( )4 a I. Florida, .
.til. 192S- Mr. U. II. Hawley (if Green Cove Thr.'p-yi-nr' Proof ...."Iahl..h cllil \ida::; linllrond I:I Cmniiiiiiy' ("l i Itt-k- "", \".',1 is. followsComtuvncliiMT r
11 d. : : ;
nil above
I I> .. I II I 1,1 In t.. Inml Cain J. 81 rli klnnd ii'll nt tin Northwest corner .
I p, til service Springs. but formerly (of f Hampton ,' Cliowlt Court nt 811.1.. Florida ,itrlcklnnd. his ulfc.; Hiichel of Lot Five . of a Hlic-ucre
,Kli to ( burled In the Santa Fe oame- nil the, let. day of Jln., 11)28.) ., outs S H. lieniiNon mill I Ilmr.f tract of land In t tho Southeast l oor- II' iV'
, he I II I was lalmunt names as flosses: 1'.nnl.1 his wit i ,.. Siln.-I I ,., tier of Nnrtbcnst. iiunrter nf Northeast '1 I
'01 II i here last Saturdav' eve- Frwl of Klnrlda., nnd : 1"'h"I'"ulh of Section I .
to tery near 81..e. Itark. : 'l'w.'I"lln. i
RY n..orM' 1':1
I wI faithful have the \V. S l. Mtarr. of Ital'ke. Flarldn.Newton > ,Ills wife: 1'" M 1 Klnni'V..nnd ( ) Six (Dl. tLT,
,,1 I' c I ning. Tho bereaved ones of 8tnrlto, ;nJ : ; < : alI. 'low".hll InUlh i
It your I ciilsv .McKlnncy hNifi, liuucx;, ::, (2. Knsl,, .> ordi-d I I .
II'"I J. T. { I sympathy of the entire comwunly. -, Florltln.I : U. Oates. John A. ( Irnhnm Snmiu'l' A. 8. Strlc-klniiil, of Stnrho p.r"I'l.IJ10HIN \ I,.nilJ. It. McUcnmie. .I.hl I'l ItI ".'- the I I'ubllo l rscnrits nf I lli'iiilfnrd coutity I
C. ('IUI. I. I.,'uuiiis's.. John II 1'u.l.: .1.. .1 I "''lorldl. sml run I Kast 2UI' feet I' ,
I ) 4. .mnce Mra. J. Allen of Uushnell I 4-20-6t.-18. H. III"I Karl.: .Jr,. J. C. TliniiuiM \t mi I tlie' line nf said I
t 11 illlce of. | was I'llts &Chnrlt I KobertsV I L.incK point nf ht'Klnnlnif, thcncn tK ,
of town !
'h vt .' former resident our -- I 1 I. !St.-Cull I t I. James M. tsl: 'ti".1, : Wll:I I : I'M.I. feet to O point within. 31 i ''
,h upon the of Mrs 1. F'. Johnson limn I II I, 1..lwal'I": 14. Ll. lienmiiik, I II.' Northeast cornel of b, t ,I"
"ilectora guest 'tIlCfl 'i, Kdwnlit: N. I nickei'Hiui Mni'arolne i'>f 5 thence Huiithti '. .
highly I II \ 1'll.t. I
Mrs. Allen i Is 11.1 111.a'r. I
I tilts week. I' < his nlfe.; 'I'll. : :, t,',' I h.I. \V.lt ISJifc feet, '
1"'k.'Mun .
:3. remembered here for tie true and In the Circuit Court 'Twenty-sixth. Klnrldii' t.n 11,1 I mmlwrntloii I '."- I theiiii'. S.,1, 311 I feet to n point of I ,
has rendered Judicial Circuit, In and. for till n corporation I t : A I 1"1/11111./ n Part of iota. .
iioiTnce i faithful work that she ford County, Stale of K lor Mil. In I :ml.( Thomns; W. Ivelley'tj'I:: :ii \ 5 5 nut Four (4) nf said Hl\ t'1. i

I ,.minUti: ( In the Sunday school und Chancery.Hunk; 1..lv. '.1111 I.. 11) .Jnine \ ncrn tuicl I I In Kectlon I s Twenty-Nine ,\ :
.tatlve In her Mildness of I (. a corporation, : ( ly, I M jlit (211)I. Town-hip six (0), South of
here and \'Inl"l..rl : .IW I
,,1 ulford (' chruch while 1'111 t I Keofrlc\ Jnhjia i either i t of I tlte* is\isiviiIII' : : Its u-s' Twi-nlv-iwo" (UJ) 12asl.iTHKKTtNilS I
,if the to those who were sick 01 vs. ItvliiK or t" "xl.t.iic<>, sunit II Vou iiml each of rae
<'II 'i.>ld June She has many '%'. I.. .li-rnlKiin. et alI ,ilnnd nr tot I In e x let a i,,", t then I. his. IH-IJ helvlij II.*Ili.'ui I Hint )'11 h.n. I
b< In distress. frlol(11 I liefemlniits.Miorlirnae In-c. I lit'I'r nr I Its lielis I I 1 ,
It "I..e : litrnti1inntt'DS I ifct'ii dcfDiuliinls I to a by
: 1",1.
V : : : sui
I, ,' rttfo 0 and J, here who are always glad to see ForeclosureOHIIKIt ;, devlieiis, HiicceNHiirs, legs:::1, Alex 1..1111." wi. 11'.I.. II hisswoin ,
1I e 'tinmrt of : HI'1 PI1tlLIlA'IO: "-tiresotitntIves/ I I or IIHSIHUS, Htul to.ill If "I"illt loW on Djf I I bT
he '1' .x. STATK: III-' ) PCI'HIIIIH. trm. nnd corporal Ions, In t this nince, t .. I ownerof
her.Mr. and Mr*. 13. V. Saxon, Mr. TO.V: I I.. \J..nlJlll and F. K. Jer- \vlmse, name. s 5'n I nr pluce ofiiiMlncMrt the fee simple' title th.-i.-to.I amiiiriivs I II
11. Is iinknoivn .. rcmnvleju t I loiids. amiliiletlns
O.V.. nllAn. .II'lnlnll I I a dectiui ; i
,lonnce. and J. 11. Saxon Iud II illBi'iNcI: $- I thnt are, i liiterrsted In C Ii ; title I thereto lLI,1, forever,
utllee of Saxon left for Pompano last Saturday It uP''">niliiK i from 11. Aindnvlt oftlin !Ill::'lisle: or \pan-els of land ly lug nii'l'irlnnr d"'lnl nml conllrmliiK the It. In '- ,
h rt called to the I Attornev I for 1 Complainanthitiuln ; I: In llrnilfiird cnnnty, Miitn I. :of,: 54 to cnmplalnant, I I, '"II 4
u l\\ l>" where they aro : llbil I hilt you :and both of you 'Jnrlilii" I ktinun and tliisrrilicd UK f.l.i I '.'. 111.Ihll cum pin I mint 1 and
M ,-lected bedside of their mother, Kirs. S. A. nra ''n.I..hlll. nf the 8tnto of iVs. Tn-WIt: hohl..'Inl Knnd nnd sulltclent fen Im-'
II "' ''tun..t. writ 01ynur ii ress Is unknown, The SonllioiiHt( <|Ilal'IMr. ami I tin nlo 1 Io', Honolulu lu nnd! to' sjilJliinclH.
I .illlce, 1 Saxon who Is very ill at this 1"101111.I 1 111.cnrlnK i ; i that you. t hn mild ;%iiit: I: beni:
1 II' \v. l .J'rlilin are a tuisliresident of Section Twentv-nne: ((21). 'anv ami 11 claims' right, I ills. ( .
G. hIl. April the, of the 11., I"olhl., nml that the 'I'h..l. I Half nf Suet Inn Twonlj- ''r..t nny and nil .r8nn. I
.- Last Friday fvellll. .Mali) K. i t! JurnlJII' "". Is un. Two (22) lirniH" 'ninl corporations: : I .
Mrs. K. H. mant known.IT The Northwest qunrter coil thn :IT IS I:FimTIICIl I OHItMItKl) that
i-orvrv : ( t 20th "aUN'lon. I IS Tril'JItRFOUH OIH>FHFL: N'orlhivest" itiarlei'| of the .Southwest > on, I tbe nulil, ,I.t.-.llllt., itami'd ur
mice. 1 t acer of Hotel Hampton Illrv dlUP' I I that ynu Im and appear. t 1 limner of tfectlnn Twenty-si'ven not list 110,51, Hiiownnr 1lknuwl., absent -
i "- to the Phi I 'Hot lta Fruterjiv I llnnoiiilili'" I Coint on thn Ituln Pay In. <,271. I, 1'om-eiilctl, lisuti-roe. othmttlse. -
, diri\: of per } May 1H2H the samu being Ihu .seventh 'I'h. lOnnt halt nf the NnrlhenRt'iiurtci id, 11'1"11|'| thu bill of .-..n'I'' ,
I '
rl .'"oc'l to 1 I Ity. Sixty happy boys and girls day ii f May 11)2H tl'l and I the North Imlf of t tie Hoiilhnst t plalnt (5 nmthiKt von. on I .
119. held I under I the able manaiie'ineut -. thi-i'i' in miHWer the Hill Complaint iimirler' nnd Ih. North, half of ",' lii,.fi ,'.. Mnmliiv lie Hi'vi-iilh ilur
,y *1. will be II : I I were present I t hi'ii'ln I iii)iit. whe..hy the said he Mouth' half, Ir I the Southeast nf May A. 10JH. befoio the Circuit '
;wo. A. n of Jack Muynrs. oinilaliui| nt. soekn I _tn Ios' s ... !,"!.',.r.A.t. Section I ,!, __ 'rwcntvi.mni 5 Cnurt, 1 "1.I I ml ford, C'iii,n.t y. FlorIda "it
dining room was certain tuiureIii 'hlll tel .MoriKiiKe .1.. .y A ""' .' .. The large .snlil. IIIIHprocured "'Ix ( South nl111 iiKaliisl, i' I
I uxhllitteil '
t Complahuint t. Twunty (20) NO I
iimoonce' : tastefully decorated with roses. I'Writ of 'n I In i KlIHt.illtMlOTIN'n. falllnirhlch; n ,ilecri'e: of thin I.. lt l5t
I nndldate \ : iirratigud In rows nut:: nf foreclosuro: nt\said ChattelMortK 1 i 1 I You nnd eAch of yon will I be entered niciiliist. you '
ir. .. The tables were KU on snlil (' I.18 dascrlhed 'I I'" befeliy notllled i(I I Hint you have TIH| I llrailforil, S ''llly Til.ifranh.iitllillsheil i 'I
It..fc"tI : and were large enoltl to accomo- In thu mild hattel Mortirnwe.Herein Ix'i'ti made defendants to a suit liv III ;.45 stiit, fssiusin., p '
'r'''' II'\ The tables were I full not else l).eiee Pro l avlil' .1V.. Ki'lley. whose InltliilM, IsII. ty, Florida I Is hereby' h di..sliruat psi as t t t
DO., : lii licking. ; date two couples. <'onf HMi will bo tlk'n aKiilnst you I 5. W. Kellv who diego In his the In which: this: noticeand
'hi\ I am draped in beautiful white I linen, und .the I .Complainants. hnve leave to _"nl'l Mil of complaint, now on (Helu IsrI isV "YI11 I I be published I I once ,, 1 1week
ill thf duties ) bad vases containing prnreod ox parte. his nltlce, that he Is the owner of for tnll', 'on"o"ltve weeks. u ,
and promise t centered with It Is further Ordered i that this notice I the fee simple. tit Ia tlierelo tutu VV1TNIOH.H hln,1 Clerk and .
ils. ,tie the rose buds of various ]me. lie published i mice a week for prays for n. decree r'nlvl"M.' "", ., the seal, nf I Ibis cnuit I isis. the 2ne u 1 1
th .ime of baked four cniiHec'utlvti' I w..I. I In I the Itrnd "Itll Illlii .. fnrnver" tiny of 'tiisll, A. I 1. 11125 .
'irt, m manner A dellcloiis supper ford County TeleKruph, prior to thereturn < nut ,'ollnlli, I Iha tllla In 'I. \ AI.I'CIIMAN.: : :
IH'E duties- chicken salads, fruit nml cake was ., day I thereof.Witness salt! liimlH to "IIllllanl. RII ,d Ie- Clerk (11'ullrl., ItrsdSRAr. ', I I?
','h i t ViI come a utter which the Hnnnrnhlo, Cleric of (reelnwr" that I \ complainant, has ( .) Florida
',"i. mo a a served with Ice tea the above myleil. Court and tho sal ami h.hl. a KOOI! ii nil sulllcltnt fee. A. s. ,
md will '.. this happy Phi Beta Delta fraternity thereof this 2nd day nf April Ilt2 ilmtilf,. I title, iibsoliiti'. In and II salilluiuls Solicitor cnrw's.: ," t '
10, my work. : Hampton x (1. W. A Mi HUMAN I'iinnuMlnir I ii.t ,1"111111 void 4- -6t-S-f 1
: "*. withdrew to (SRM,I Clerk ('lriilt Court nnv mill 'all rlMmx.I,' I. orliit.n4t -
nicere'ly' : h.l.i : ---
the orider : t ;
Beach where dancing wan 4-S-SI-5-4. i r anv nml, till pel i-
"OIIIM' firm" ,nnd, I ",.nhs.lsI' IIIIIH. I
I immune. : of the evening.Mr. 1 IT I IS TllhillKFOItK I I : ( iltl tl.r'II.: :i 'I II U'I'll'I': or" M iSliSIt's: I I"
t "lectlon and Mrs. F. M. Taylor' and I Hull you I tie said <..fllnll. mimed \.R
s'lis'i: \IMMIC\I-IO\\ 1.'C'1 I or not ,
or tiiiItnown. -
t .-Ida ii of daughter, Murrheu, Misses A'Ja ; 'r\v i>ii-.ii: : II)'-i'it.n.I."'si,I,-"1"wl 1".1. o.'si. -nyu-. Hereby nothie lit .lvol under. aitdl ,

IK voters and Mildred Bin nteullellommenemenr -- iletil or otherwise. .do appear to I Die by virtue of that eel.tllt final decree

.I" :tlon. and Nlmmo of NpTl< 'I': 1... II "i'1lLiliY, n llVi'N I 'thul. Mil I I of i'oiiiialnt| | I I .is.. nulillillcditraliiht of fouucloNiiru. miiilv, hY Ihv J ml ire of .
.isklnsr for I exelch.tf of Tux Opt-- 'i you on 'ui' In-fore Mu.IIVt Ihii I'lllh, lu fur1I'nlr.r,1 II ;
i i Mt-roiiui.
record of //1 Waldo school this week. IT.' .1 N.. 17:1.: h.hl. of AllKUst, t,hi:::..Till (lay of May: A. !:>., Itl :: I JII.h'I.1 COlnty.Clr'ul.1'I"'hl"l I nnl the ;
I.. helpful : 'Ilkul.. 1'IJl, has Illed snld cel-tllTcntn I I Die I Circuit' I I iVmit of I 22nd, day of March I 1D2H, In
Hradford -" I 111 1.otiie nml "a.l.. ipplleulloti for .""Iy. 1111'1,11. I. answer 'the favor tho Feilontl' I l.iiml,i Hank of Colunibla '
T 1 Card l of ThnnkH i lY .. In accordance susil Mil I' so exhlliltudawHliiHt I O. .
favor f nml T.
me I to th""ol : : :
.Illlli I
d..1 In"hll
falling; which, a decreof !
emlirnccH -
friends .
that some ii law. Antii' Itlifcll hs|
thu.uk our wit
wish to H.II .Ulolto .
r In the We and 1 the fnllowliiK i I ii..' ,propirty 5 Hits clid wil i i i Im xnlarnd I ,,"Int I Nlcolus and I Nick Nlcnllll h"r husbanil u'u'I '
I) for the service rendered" sympathy situated In UrlIorl CUlnly.1.'hl'III" : J'nii.Tho defemliint Tlie unuVrHlicnul I '
.V. n.OW shown 'during the sickness | to-wlt: 1'tnr.1', ( ""nly,' 'Vt', .I"I'nph.l"hl"h",1 an SpBclnl' Jl.ictor, will 4 '
list. Imlf I i nf N.rlh".t-lllrtr. nfSoulhwiHt i Illrlcu. lei *al Ia In front .sf the HouthHiior -I
'lIVilIi.T and death of our dear mother 'ijuarlur Section : I.. dnslwiiatnil, nsIhu I '.t th,. (Cnurt ItoiiMa In It.rk. 4 ,
.' '[ .4.1"I ItaiiKo, 22 dost. I netvspalier I I In which i thin notlc-i-' butweeii I II I in and 5
Houtli I
V. K!light. We Khln tl, 1"III'hln. I. m
oU the ... : those who came to the home an under said ccrtlllante iHHiiml. was In .Ie f., t" "II""llve i w..I.1:1':11 its. hlvlK'st I ami bust Lu.I.I.r. for cnnh tifollowing .. '

Public assisted lu rendering Her vice, I h.1" nt.1, C. 1.f."In.: hn redeemed the'\.. .1 I my 111,1" court I" "I..k this, find th' 'IOH..lh.. ., PI"'I"rty. Flurtdn lylnsTnml I ?
'' tinty i I ] sntd I. \, In ." -
UnloHH .rtllhmtf .h'll
t th: mine, ...\ ::{ : hone who expressed t their sympathy ncMordliiK I I I to ti" deud ::1..t. day of II.lrll. Ii, I!U.I. i h"uII to-wi: .
h defies of words of comfort thereon on the 1-lth day ofI'"Y. \ITI'llr'N! 'Iuur..t 5th,' Koiithiri "
speaking Clerk C ,
,Ii an Krat by wlll..u.' !>., l 11128. ( 1'n.lIH iliiartvr, In,1 the South Imlf of Southwest
K." >f the < or helped In anyIY during .-. ills i Illh day of AITI. A. I ( ..\S 1.) ( ford i county, 1 lur"ll quarter: of Houlheimt quarter
IM l fi, ui yearn as ; : are thankful D. 1928.!) .HJ\.I. of 15ictt'in, G, Townshl| 7 South.KuiiM"
II I ti -(,.IY solicit those trying hourI.Ve O. W At-PUUlMAN 1.111." ''1.11 Inant. 21 I Mast. Also North half uithe ,
II. B. for the beautiful floral offerings Clerk Circuit Court, 4-0/I-I-( 1.! ( North half of N.rlh".1 quarterand I '

t brought as a last : tired ford, S'oil o ty, ,'h'hll., I the Nnithwost ii hilt i'to r of th*
.innnunce that were 1 5. ""1:1'1': : Northeast: quarter: of Section 8, Twv. .

''i the olllce\ of token of love and respect for our 4.136G.l. 1 HotIII)I Itunica 21 I ":/"t. containing i l lI
Publl, .. Tnke notion Clint under nnd. by I 140 acres, more or I".... ; I
Joved one. .virtue of that t IImil ilncren entered.March J. I..
Vnibject tit ,
"' ,
,'inly ry June 6th. ,l Mrs. J. W. Bent Mrs. J. C. Cal \\OTI1! OC l.I.tI. 11"1Hal : t I h. I 11121, liv I linn. .\. ?!. Ad- tIe.I'll M311..r. ,, ,, ..
.. ._,,r VOID. and I II :, :I : I 1 r B. H. Loflln and I. W.nlgbt. I.I"M.I.II". ,of Circuit, Court of llrml- n M. JOliNI.Hulh.tul' I -
i prontlse. In -jwell. 1r. Unys after date thnrnnf, 1 l'OIH'Y. I 1"I.rl.Ill. I In thnt eniisn .".lllnllt ,
>'r[ ir'ial I of the I Sixty iimlerHlKiied Administrator I I nf' \ ". I I'l"1 tirot h.8, I nenr"orllt..d.I ____.__.____ 3-30-tt-i |
I if the otllce, uC Mary II Ilrl"hat. >1"reitseil corporation I nnd I.. I II. F'nrtrlilvn, l'
the Kstiitn '
1 .
1 ml to the my Vouelicrs anilP'lnnl 11)llutilsltnsifll5. ntid A. M. Itny etul. MM It II 0 utmoo"NU
leriiy wll present
luft of ,. : '' :lrll.111..t lol..c118R : I Hccuviiit, to ,he 1 I tonoriiMe, ; : (It':: urn" <.t""lll"I., In alit tn fore- (11:11'1'01:
I IIIH lands hereinaf-
\ of this Cnunly Judge tif Ilrad- n"H'IIIK" over
A. '
A. Mie fnr l"r.lner.. Florida fur their ap- .ter the iin(1erslsiieil' itsSlseclI Notice .Is hereby. given that all fci 1C'reslliurs
pluce, 'whose murtiage .as an 'tuval soul ask to he illHt'liijirfjred UHHirch Mnster, wil sell t\r cimh to Let4iItPUii, liltilrlbutees and
JP 'Hilly honored' pi lliihlKhext I In front of Hmilliilonr nil having: claims, agaInst t
1,dim for the : event of last Sunday wan Almlnl.lrlt.r.April, 1I12S of I lie Court llousn In Stn rk", the persons Kstnte: nf de- I 1,
'I ulvnt !- (' t Saturday evening when Mrs This ISth day E. H. Hrmlford i I County t'lnrl.In.. on Mon- ,caaseil. ,are hnrebv I'LI. J.lviluton.present jlt. '
J II I and rttgu. : entertal ned witha Admin Imrator.Instate lily, Mnv 7th. ll)2R) the lean' I their claims 'still| ? Illlh..nU..t..
t rnlle primary Stakes of Waldo of Mary It. Ttrlirliuin, rlennasnd4JHUtbH. hours of snln, the following liiMilslylntf i to the I llonoraliln 'I"u.l ,5 ,
f t, I feel that : mlHoellaneou Bhowor. arid l.h.1 In counties nf 1"1,1- County Juilire of County. ,rlcirhItt
|'ullfled to give founj the treasure ford and II.y. of State of 1 for Isle lr.uItnr.1 wihin on. l' ,
fllclent and : of Miss Wheeler NOTICD: to-wlt : from al.1 notice I
F'.ljflnK. a full [: ''In a most attractive way following All H..II"" 1:; North' half of Northeast tear will be tile. .er..t.". Ih.retn.< thll ansi i
> .'f .. i (imirter' nf
'lfl the : which led through Judicial "IIrl..r. N".t''L..I nil I lursons Indebted to the es- .tr
1 thi best of my a string In Circuit Court. 'rwenty.uiitli t :;I ( tpssnr.CI. | lath >rn i ul roil heir I said ,
t'llJ' nsk. your .. ; ,lillffenent moms of this home until 1 (!'Cllh'.llradturd I Cuunly South 'j tif Hoiithwest nuurtfror dehts : ot'h'I undnrslnneil I .1
.. which Florida. M..tlnl H I ; Nnrtlirnst qnnrtur ofNorlhenst il nile rrr day of II"" .
C. T.. I the tr 'was found, -wag R J. Uavln.Cuniplalnant.. fiunrter. Norl h west. qnnr.ter March, J 23rt '
gifts from her of | SotilbeiiHtiiuurter C. MVINOflTOVAdministrator '
A. many lowly Hn"t""ltllrl.r. UKOROB t
I.IIK C'IKCITIT vs. 'I Inllh'n..I. i ,'r nf Section :
,'.y announce friends. l.lr. J ).. Thompson. et ,ial.I 10) ; of Ntsrt h1'ist i KBtale. of Kute I' JY
rd County that I i Jntenttstlirg games were played I >ef undants.Unit quarter, Northenst 1' \ nf North- :.1'1-tnt-fl-21_ J.lvlnl.lon U"c.,4 P,
Inlet of '
r the oltlce of tn '.I. rest quarter." 1'f" i I.
i alvall l be I : \ I ( during the evening, atbr-r whichthe NOTICIJ '11 I pNIANTI, !: AND N nr'' hess Put q".n rt.r. Nor", bnlP I nfHo.itheast ,O'I'U'I' 'ro IIn'l.fl''I: <'HKII-
wUh : Imlf ofKnuthwost I.
MIC for .
their nerved her guests quarter .
I hoHU'Hs () Laura D. of SectIon Ifi, 11..t. !1
I quarter
primary election }: \ : i .
'IJ -
Ice treum nnd cuke. I''I t. Thompsonher Southwnst iiiartor.North I .
TV. lune 6th i delirious Vorth | '
the County In p hu.I"ull ; Wetl.r, Miss :: hi/f.t:: / ; Southeast ; Notice Is hereby given to all I '.

> ."'>ryon Is i a -TRAIN Ht'HKIIUMC I.V.. Van 1'elt. Miss H. M. Norton Whwll lest 1,5,1 I 14 ; North hnl .f 'orlhwe.1 cr.dllnl'l.: loirnteos. ,U.trlt.ut.e., ami ', .,
fund. our Von Kirn liarllnic 8. itunrter, of He<*tIon : ; North hlif mrsons hiivltiHT claims against.
Smith T. K.J Cunova nf I Henrietta iie.'uttstiI. I '
.r, l Klrnilnu' II. :orlh.n..t"Hrl..r. nf Ruction ; nil the I'Istnte: Jr'lwn.
o 'intlnued 1 .. : schedule changed. '12.01 a iiiid,; .Son, f. M. Cunova and Hun; J. O. I In Township/t I' 7. Boulh. Itsiusgo I 23Knst. are hereby "' .' pre'i t
Our Ouckenheliner. TimItalelich and lying In counlY.1 sent ..1.10.. duly' authenticated .
I Ih..11
O. W. \Ivare.
.almnn i Jradtor,1
1. m. SunJay, April 15th 192, and Hank N.rlh, Florida.AMO i I. to th. Tnlf'uhh. OenA.. Oard- it .
JOH TAX follows: (,Carolina; Mumunl Ilnlilmrd. I1 1.1 | Section 7 nf Township I 7 lice. COlnly ot IraHur
H'sr been urged l trains will run as U 1 lu tbzerdt. Hmllh) and tlrot Catullnd Hunics 2.1 [':I.t. ly tog I In LilY County, .. within 1'1
'II? IK that I : No.1. southbound local due ,\. liruyblll V. J. Nhl.mln. iiusher I (1.'h. Florida.p I from .ilntii heritnf, or this notice 1'1''5'
I1'Jnnounca; am .,, of the atixve are IvllM IncilHiniif" ,:Ir': hindu \\1 be old to satisfy Im held In tsar thereto and all
*", Office of Starke, 11.18 p. m. crud If dead or exlsInnce said de..r.... sons Indebted to ald, estate nr"1'1.1.
lu. Bradford No. 11. southbound local due thin to his her, their or Ith A. a ('nrWR. iin| - ti the : stftitf, vrantnes 4l.vlseH, I Xpeclal Master In to: I ujniseiicnsiI' ", .. '
bdr. .
Starke 10.23 a. m. .. reprs.lutatiVeC ota of March. 112H
fune .sue ssorpi. legal KNinilt' Hlarke, Flu.Solicitors Thin 30th dnv {
limited 4ue all tlrrnn andcol I KNIOIT. J. C. Tl':n IU'f.T.: r g' I I
southbound arid to persons : ,
107: MsllnH 'omplalnnnts. ,_ IIYES
W. No. .
whose r..ld.n" ._ -Rf-15-4 A.. \'I'' "''!! '- d
Starke 1.20 p. m. or place poratlo/iH.bustjieiis lan unknown tornrnplulmint 1 \ _____.:__. --- ;

'h) announce : 2 Northbound local dua thitt are Interested In t 'jI
!the office of I J. No those; certain pieces or pnrcelH ofland
Ji'lf' 'rd County. Starke, 6.35 a. m. lying and Veins In Ilark.
ft "if the voters northbound local due orudford county Htate of > .. We
12 HRS1
J Ked as follows can charlie your
>f the I : Surke. 3:34: p. m.No. I' l I.ot Twelve northbound limited. of I/lvlnsstoii. Truiiy

__.__________ r,. I cue (6.' Addition hO the town halfV of STflRAGE BATTERY InSmith's
Starke 5:44: p. m.AVnnnve Starke. Florida the West .
FOIl Branch of Hectlon
announce I (2*>. Township Six I .
Starke 6:30: a. ,'wenty-.IJht I
if leaves Twentr-two
Flran" : ,: : No. 101 ( Soutl (22
-tlon, of UllHt.JItRHTIJUO..

June cltliensj 5th.. I 1 -. m.No.. 102 arrives Starke 2:10 p. are( hereby notified. You and that each you of have you I e 'J

been made defendants to a Garage ::
'>ne and m hroimht, by J. Uavls, who allegesI
.." T J. GRIFFIN, Agent. his It bill of complaint now
that .Is thaowner
W said cause
HITCH a on Ills In __
brings t of the fee ."1111.. title thereto __.- I
The. Chautauqua ( a removing ____ __ _
r'Announce-oUctlon : Brooksville some mighty good talent -[ cloud, and,. prays<|Uleln I title I thereto and the ; f'

t if Bradford and It Is very elevating anjeducational. i forever e1.&rll' and. t(eonnr.ln" II I L '
till* Inl.Id _
will. an In Hut $1,500 for five that the complainant
by and
I! the .le..r..lnJ
full d
I t 'the office. I days performance Is entirely too I fee has' simple, title a absolute good and In sutllrlent and tonald J. R. DAVIS & CO.INSURAN'CE

I c ipport of much money, and then the guaranteeing 1 lands, annulling and (leclnrlnirvoid .
irlmary \ r'Rht' ti
all claims,
vr .T. : part of It Is something tothlnl or any interest of any and all otherp"ronl'

about.-Brooksville Jour. t. ft r,inn and corporations.
H'KH\: .

.' TIOXannounce You said It, Brother! Just you, the said defendants named _
.r the omce look at the money going out oftown or not named. known or unknown l-
concealed. nonl'ell
,I': -atlon for I and nothing Comlnl In. The dent or. absent otherwise do appear to thebill
ii 1
1 t", ward I will carry. Rive In : Chautauqua' doesn't buy Impoe.menta .against of you complaint sin or before so Monday exhibited theTth AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 -

t at.thm". and ,- for a town the size day of May, A. n. 192H. beorethe '. *
? and yours. And anyway, the people circuit Court of Bradford I
Florida to answer the said bill
"" who really want to attend the of ty, complaint so exhibited against STARKE FLA.r. __

1'Th COMMI!!!! j will go to a larger place for you, falling which I a decree of ibiscnwrt '

f.aaattfioa' r announce election r f. : thJ U per.-nao Ttb. The nil Bradford be .set.r.d.Oraaty saalixt Tel rem.rph. -._-:. --:--------_-:--_.': _- -_-- ,I _

I'y. It elected ________

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I \ th-Fort the Florida celery and the Florida horse fly.-Dertolt Free Press. tor -
I that Governor Martin transported liquor from Lauderdale their G,' ,
'': Bradford County Telegraph strawberry are recognized as the Huh, have you ever seen a sleeping the election "
: j.I' jail to the executive mansion in Tallahasse aginst beat grown In this country.ocalaDanner. Did ,' 'l1
porch.-Tlm".Unlon. ;th nto the ,
Established 1877 I' the laws Florida and the Constitution of the United States. ever see a watch tlck-Dr adfotd 'forgets sj you i I.: 1 I? ""41,

,1 f ': : Second' ass -Del ray News. The Pompano News is a liar.-Palm Beach Sanford's- commissioners 0 refused -' County Telegraph. Did you ever loses he Q.., ;''n''i',da','
,,1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as I to permit the Redpath Chautauqua see a bed spring?-us. Did you and the i-un.i! ,i j '
Independent. Well, well. Will you gentlemen use gloves or / '11 4
Starke FloridaE. ever see a crow flying in the air having a 1 h" :
:Matter at the Post Office at to open in that city withoutthe ""t ,
pistols 1Catts payment of $125 license and a little dog sitting on his tall has nothin.; :'t(
S. Matthews _nn.n'- Owner and Publisher 0 charged for all tent show perform-I Did ;you ever stand on one Bide of election I IK .*r'>*',
__ Managing Editor ances.-Klsslmmee Gazette. Big the street and look across and see Is on the t, (""
J. C. Robinson ''
n' .uu has confessed that the $11,000 he received in 1924 and "I'
_.. ,. boy. if you was as hard up as we the other side walk (No, but we ':
r and tin
p from a Kentucky horseman was a loan and didn't have to dis- are, you wouldn't a let 'em comeat have stood one one side of the fai, "'n
# SUIJSCHIITION RATE all.-Sanford Herald.o street and seen the other sidewalk name andcandidate "
AdvanceI' cussed publicly. It was Mr. Carson's indisputable proofs which ) I have tl l
Yearly $1.30:; Sit' :Months, 7c-Pa'able:; in --- acroB8.-us seen a Xj\
; brought out the acknowledgment, and Mr. Catts can set him- We certainly would hang our cake walk and the saddest/ thing I with love i
+' Advertising Hates Application.. The '"
self aright in the same manner by producing copies of secur- head in shame if we lived in Geor- aver beheld was window blind.- voter 'Cr'
'tq of '
ities given for loan, where filed for record and date, and can- gia and called ourself a Republican Eustis Lake Region but after t 1', t" D','
A' is all right in his a
:Monday is the last day to register. negro ',
celled checks showing payment of interest to his benefactor. place, but as a national committeeman Naturally, we are not surprisedthat ferent. So j l
4: ; i o the ministers in Eustis LakeLabor t'v.I'
o in a great state like Georgia,
1h Next on program-Thursday half holidays. with otherwise honest white men opposed to Sunday baseball. There "-
than to
Nothing pleases us more have our paragraphs
i\ bowing to his will, it Is entirelytoo will still be some mlnlstero taking
0' quoted by other editors, but darned if we aren't going to much for a Southern man to I that stand a hundred years from
'trr 'f 1. I This seems to be the open season on South Florida police charge the Starke Telegraph a salary if they keep on using so stand-It he is a man. If we have now. However, Sunday baseball' Want
', officers. any negro Ben Davis's in Florida, for Florida is inevitable, and itwon't
,; much of our wit and wisdom.-Miami: Beach Sun. You shouldbe
be long coming. People
i under Republican rule, let's smoke
o more, charitable to those unfortunate brethren who have them out.-Marlanna TimesCourier. play golf, every course in the To dig potatoes

Florida.4 lost their sense of humor and have yet to attain the age of country is crowded every Sunday; at f
they tennis. We haven't at- Farms
play ,
-- -' beginning
wisdom.--Starke Telegraph. Wasn't there something said Tt
Green Cove Springs presenteda tended a band concert in Eustis
o once about charity beginning at home? If not, then we're go- real city air at the bridge cele- this winter that there hasn't beena May 1st. (
? Some candidates!'! are kept busy rebuilding their shaky ing to start swiping some of Editor Robinson's paragraphs, bration Tuesday. It is now but a lively game right back of us; ina : gO((J
short ride to the Atlantic few weeks the beaches be clean.
platforms. ocean wilt} ,
f for he has one of the brighest editorial pages in Florida.-
I from Starke.-Bradford County crowded. How can anyone really
; o :Miami Beach Sun. For that you can swipe anything you want, Telegraph. Why should not draw the line on baseball, which is Apply
s4 Down state school paper says freshmen resemble real except the press and linotype. Green Cove Springs put on city Just another form of amusement,
._ .
1 estate because they are a vacant lot. airs when she is joined on either and America's greatest sport?- J C.
0 -0-- side by such fine cities as Starke Lake County Citizen.o Penney-G|,,
Spring Fever Seizes Phil and St. Augustine. She is proud -
k If a man has a good memory he knows when to forget.- of the company she keeps.GreenCove Don't tear your shirt over the Corp.

ii Miami beach Sun. Knows when but not how. What does the wind of the twilight say Springs Times.o political situation or for any of the

Irir + o Creeping over the hill? 'I candidates. They hardly ever buya Penney Farms, ,
When night holds close the fainting day Nothing pleases us more than new shirt, in fart none of them
; Jacksonville is observing "Safety Week" PedestriansWJI ,
F a to have our been known )
paragraphs quoted ever to buy any
| *be taught the latest one-step.-the safety hop. And everything else is still? other editors, but darned if bY//
I f b bI o Faint lost wind of yesterday aren't going to charge the 1 I "qUIII"'II".I"II"I'"I""II"' '."n''UIbIIP i "' 'iimmiiiiin."uu,''inuiiiiiiwi : ll'Irmll' mm.,.j.

,1' "Dawe to Discuss Rubber With Edison" headline. A Setting the dancing leaves to play- : Telegraph a salary if they keep on II
I Your voice like a lost soul seems to : using ao much of our wit and wis- ''SStarke Hdw. & Furn.
t fly pliant subject on which both can stretch their knowledge. say dom-MIami Beach Sun You ,:'S Co.
o Gone is love's sweet thrill. should be more charitable to those I

ff "Wife Happy Again-Hubby Eats Peanuts" Patent medicine The fire burns low and the chunk caves in unfortunate brethren who have 15 15it,
w lost their sense of humor and have
headline. Another case of making a monkey out of a man. And the embers burn so bright, yet to attain the age of wisdom. GUN SHELLS box i

: o And the little red devils leer and grin Starke Telegraph. If Editor Robinson 'WESTERN FIELD __..------ .
'Til heart still in fright. has lost any humor, he must I
my grows
Levy County Journal, published at Bronson, is the latestto
come to our exchange table. It is a well edited and newsy' For it seems all my dreams are burning there- with originally I that have rare been quality.over -supplied Green I Good Hardware at Low, PricesL

E'en the face of sweetheart who didn't
paper. my care-. Cove Springs Times.
A f And every hope becomes despair. -0 I HIRAM DEL> Manager
0 A Coin fan sends in the following
! "Tear Bombs Disperse 250 Women" headline. Turning -Phil Armstrong in Times-Union. : have you ever seSn! a-, ,frUBfti"" "mil"",",m H iff nnfi ttintwin i JIIHH,run nmmmnlmulmlwlmmmnmminmmtrnlm, "IIMnlmHI'mlnnnlnllllll'RIIII1I'' '****""*-m

r; the tables on the sex who have used tears for centuries to rout

men is eminently fair.

o From Other Pens

.'1 Adrian P. Jordan of the Punta Gorda Herald, one of the

oldest newspaper men in active service in the state, passed Green Cove entertained at gyp Dv "

? 4i i away at his home Monday. Bridge Tuesday.-Bradford Coun-

J o ty Telegraph. Among: the guests

t a The articles on love to be found in every Sunday magazine were many of Starke' most prom- Courteous Service

t : section by "famous authors and philosophers" are sim- inent citizens.-c- Pan-Am Dealers give the sort of honest

,: ply great-for filling up space.4'i Being fully aware of the effectof ,.t friendly I service that appeal to
o spirits on some, the Gainesville 4 all the
family. On strange roads, (u'well
Avery Powell wants someone to write a poem on the cu Sun radio Sunday program obligingly upside printed down.-its as at home,:you can depend on

l "l cumber. If can't get in the mood to begin eat the
you proper a Starke Telegraph. Maybe it was men who sell Pan-Am products.
I i ul'i' It ; couple dozen of the pesky things. working then.-Phil Armstrong in
o -
I -o-
'Germany is putting out a moth-proof wool yarn. A real .. One reason newspaper men are

t 1 necessity for cyie hungry moth! will consume a 1928 bathing usually hard boiled is that they Y

suit as a preliminary to his main meal. are frequently In hot water.-
Euntls' Lake Region. An egg lathe
i -0-- only thing hot water will

, t l '' : Sometimes it's only brake lining that separates heaven harden, c. b. t.-Bardford County

1 i and earth.-Clermont Press. Rather it's the lack of brake Telegraph. Eggzactly. Kualls
I Lake Region.
lining' that separates earth from-well, not heaven, in every -e-

.m .i case. "In the Merry Month of June, a \ ,

,, All the Candidates Will Be in
Tune," sings the Times-Union.
w 'Sixty-two of berries have been from the
cars shipped Wouldn't it be more correct to

', .; Starke district so far this season.-Gainesville Eevening my: "When along comes the fifth

I' News. Bring it up to date with 270 cars and receipts of )f June, Voters may" change someanlIdates'
Tune. Wauchula
u' $454,334.00.
t tt Advocate.
--e_ if Aat

t Los Angeles couple are asking- $40,000 damages becausea I Florida paragraphers are busy #I -
explaining the different methods
l i t patented bed stood them on head all night when it suddenly jf correct kissln Editor Glenn '"

1 folded them in. They might also claim the world's record Ramsey of the Dradenton Herald,

1 for keeping their feet in the air. jays he has seen! most of the state
paragraphers and the girls need
0 not be at all uneasy.-Times-Un- RELIABLE
The three monkeys brought up-to-date : Hathaway speaks on. Haven't seen any to make us

F no evil of his Catts in :hange our minds either.-Brad-
y opponents ; sees.no evil race track gamb
mton Herald.
ling; Carlton hears no evil save Hathaway. And of these
-0- -
three, the greatest of all is Hathaway. Selahl I Io There Is a new and more dignified .-
name for a book agent. It
r Mat Is "publisher's representative." Motor Oils Gasoline dDealers'
i'. Got to hand it to the Bradford County Telegraph. In our We presume now that printers ,

mind they take a top place in all our exchanges, as far as their ould be called "typographical ar-
tr concerned. Gainesville lists." Palatka Times-Herald.
paragraphs are Evening News. Perhaps -
What would you call a political
i we can yet qualify for the PaRAGraphers League. )and Ida te? Bradford County
+ -
it t o 'relegrapr. How would "Projector
Mr. Carlton could spend his time to better advantage in 3f bull" suit?-Kustls Lake Re-

telling of his own particular fitness for the governorship. A gion. -.o- ,

9 campaign of lies delibertaely put out against Hathaway, aman Starke has a new Ore engine of

t of proven worth, will not seat him in the governor's chair. the latest model and the Western Is
Union there has installed one of THERE a big difference in motor oil to remove both dirt and carbon-fbrrmng
o the. most modern little offices to
I Tampa man who had committed four robberies within a : be found In the state. And we gasoline and in men. But you need elements. That means a cleaner motor. "

r fev weeks and secured less than $300 will spend the balance will add that the town in general take no costly chances when you buy. less carbon trouble and
a'picking up, and has one of the knocking. more
i of his life In the state prison. Operation of the Baumes law snappiest papers we have ever Safe Pan-Am motor oil will protect your car power and
puts the habitual criminal where he belongs-the penitentiary read coming from a town its size. from destructive
It is
i -for the the remainder of his unbalanced life. Gainesville Evening News. wear.
.. -0 ---' a tougher oil, refined from And every Pah-Am dealer i is-
o There is a new and more dignified $OLIN
IP, The days are getting longer, and the skirts are getting name for book ngent. It is paraffin base crudes. That is (9 man of proved business hona

4 a I shorter-Times-Union. Can't the two be unionized.-Starke presume'pu bUsher's now representative., that printers"could We why it holds its body in spite esty. You can be as sure of fair
Telegraph. With apologies to William
i one Shakespeare: be called "typographical artists."
l. of heat and friction s treatment over in a neighboring
"When shall stays 1
we meet again? The neck, the arms, the Palakta Times-Herald. What

1 r holes, the hem.-Green Cove Springs Times. Lay off that would you call a political candi- on the job, mile after mile. state as you are from your

I spring water for a week and count 'em again. date?- Bradford County Tele- hometown when
,r dealer I .
graph. Why not call him an "of t y
1 o fice solicitor" Green Cove Clean P n..Am Gasoline is Fill
\ you stop at a Pan-Am
Qro pump.
r Colonel Goodcorn wanted his son to become a paragrapher Springs TImea. processed with unusual care O

but the boy's mother maintained that'the kid wasn't fool- The Times-Union---o-properly devotes up today, at die first one you see'Pan

'' ish enough for that position.Times-Union Paragrapher. Nobody an interesting and Informative .

it has.yet disproved the old saying that the king's fool,was editorial' to two of Florida's .
t great and profitable crops-celery a/fmerican
; the wisest man at court.-Palm Beach Independent. And and strawberries. At this season Petroleum Corporation

that foolishness is often a mask used in life's play. of the year, these Florida productsare .

at a attracting nation-wide atten- Also Mtrilmr oj KIP insecticide,, SEMDAC auto ,
8 tion. The production has been both pofisl. ,,d'SUPERJ.A)< c..mJl
+ The Pompano News has proved to its own satisfaction Increased and improved until now


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