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IMMIGRATIONN BUR AU LAUDS ""M" iiasonic"* "
:_ "THE HUNTSMJN'S .ETURN" .. l ..... :.- ...

SOIL OF THIS NTIRE SECTION Every day it is a regular sight Sn
Development of Levy county today e to the raising of fruits, including to see hunters coming in from :
is going forward with a determination ct ges, grapefruit, Satsumas, peach- nearby hammocks with deer, bear, Last Mooday the Masons held a .
characteristic of its more progressive p t Fr quail, wild turkey and squirrel- .,.
e,4r--tlums, etc. From the center to quaublic .tukeyandsqurre--:o ...of -of-f
citizens, whose belief in the solid fu- ec. om te center to fishermen with large strings of publicc installation officers at the
citzeswhsebeie i te old u-th.,southward is a wide expanse of Lodge Hal in Cedar Key.' Officers ..
ture of the county is emphasized .' a panse trout, blue fish, red fish and .odge Hall in Cedar Key. Officers
wherever one may stop here. They fl:wood land that at the present sheephead. ina members from aill over the coun--
declare that not only does the coun- e s cultvated No better place in the world to ty were, present as wel as me ers
w.y by reason of the.,fact that thef h,senSqr
ty offer unlimited opportunities to T by reason of thefact that the live, if you enjoy suchsports. the'-Eastern Star. .
the homeseeker looking for- a ll ceal feature to its development is 'TIF.; ylg. a .fDidtrict Deity.-.of-i
farms, but to the industrial magnate' ir ge. In this section are soils Ma 0M WM I aW.OWl t B Ottk Creek, had chakge.'qln Q.W-n-
with millions to invest pc&.arly adapted to the growth of NOVEL MENUr AT .FOWLER OQ sta "atioih .of .off.y "..
Ir Ir rsk., totdtoes, strawberries, celery .. LAST SINDA.Y I. :.J;d- -:.
Pointing proudly to the fact that J,.t" g .._y ..e. -r o- The who.WW S ta. p":: .. ..
6r ,fe ,'; V, t en .o .
the soilshof sthe county uwil produce th truck family. "Refore any of egsee a- the ... v.y d r ,o all 'rti
.^flt Z ^ Ae, rcgteredat.the.Fow-r, o... %.."",,P..groal^ ^xi.'.>
any of the standard southern crop, th.' can be produced on this part bnday enjoyed a rare i '-t enjoyed. a as .; fis
in addition to fall anr d interege- o i county's land," e ; the t- h-- di combed y ets.y .Frei
hunters dinner, combine.! with. '(-e-1 Y1tesWeta, :-"
tabP'r those interested in Levy's t;)1..,.gent, "it must'be drained. Nat- eys famous fish fQd .. ;
progress declare that when "you buy uttets already h enN pro famo "shh h ;- f-' r: ".
;U1- outlets already have bee. pro-l Sparkling, shining |outTh -. The socialfep rrs W .tso^ -,-..- _-
a farm in Levy county you get soil in the numerous creekl.:- that the gulf, delicioii|ly .1: vs". e highly enpoy5l0' -,.dr.."
that you can make a living on and a traerse the land, however," he says, ters from Suwanne i, el.d lN.,'t, .'ve ,. Fit..
climate that is a pleasure to live in .. ..m4. h-f. 0 0
\v.j.,"ch would make it easy to -pro- real bear mleat m.-gh.," ghl'y -attfied.W1i,-t d, i-.. ^,.:.,.
te year 'round. vi the drainage facilities neces- grounds nearCeda ". K.'.- The'filo bigfficers r i.nt^ ', -'
"This is a good industrial centerB' sa ." -t that co.ibi.lationi le by the. .-ff ti'.,- -.
they, add, "and offers more in the he western section of the county, You can't do it! and .. ,, .e Wa. y ..'. ,- -7'-7 ..
Nay of economical operation than thb. terrain of which is high, the the ,ill of the chef. who ." '1. H. "Hale, -. W- :, -
i l;thc .-,illof the the' who- :'v:eF- .II ae S ,.- .-. ,= .....
niost, sections." s, a type of rich sandy loam, is thE ,hes and theilei- uty t "...wlanJ. Wr '
Levy county has 734,720 acres of L;efg devoted to growing staple hotel management, y- S- -- -ch M ..in, S. D. '.-
land within its boundaries, about 75 c..-,s, such as corn, cotton, peanuts, n .suffice to describe-"Si.-: L jng, J.,D. '
per c(.nt of which, according to N. w :rmelons, sugar cane and sweet. Deluxe." e l" b Bothb S.
J. Albritton, county agricultural ag- liOtoes. The peanut, the largest '. .-=,*.in-t---'. Arhne,.-. -S. '"' .-, :-'"-

ent, is capable of profitable cultiva- sit,,le crop produced in the county, the state's nuape.ous htger ,s .. .- W i,e-.e, .. .. ..-.. .'--.
tion. In 1924, only 104,627 acres itrown almost entirely for fatten- beauties of this type. As.. rejet -..Ben -^,illi .f ."-. ,".":
were devoted to farm purposes and iv. hogs, which is carried on exten- afoot at this tinie to 6en c.. .ipin, Tyfer. -. .
of this number only 43,275 acres siMly. "The county lends itself a,!- health resort in the .';ity .* "i. v'-on, .a. i1i.. 1o-'- "-
wxere actually given over to the pro- nmi ably to hog raising," says Mr. Manatee Surings. *it, C in ,
auctionn of crops. It is seen, there- A!:ritton, "several farmers having Noted the -world oer iM ; Ct.11. ,
fore. that less than 15 per cent Of e ,me independent through their Key located on the Guff of' I'.' 'L4 AND.1FNS I '- '
the land in the county is under -of .rts in this connection." between the mouths of th.swa9ir A.' A
cultivation. is the belief of the county ag- "nd Withlacoochee riers a es-.. "tb. ....
Three Jistinct types of soil are or' that a golden opportunity awaits section, more than $4,.0J;1...? .' of 'i' '
found in Levy county. On the east tht man with sufficient funds to es- of fish are caught each ygr.. a a' r=-'"" :--"
sile, along the Marion county line, I t -h at Bronson a packing plant to of them the high-priced edibla W-6 "1',
.....t Bonso a.pckin plnt t'or hem he hgh_
is a type of Norfolk loam, underlaid h i'le the .porkers raised in the ety, including ,pompano, ,Xa .9 -'e
with limestone and some parts with c.,i, ty, about 300 carloads of which and mackerel. HIre, also, are 01.;,';, .'.-
clay. This is high and rolling, easily nol,-" rre being grown, but the output oysters in great abundance. .0". / -4. "
cleared for cultivation, very fertile of -hich could be increased to almost (which nuise vflkll V-jt.
and particularly adapted to the un mited figures. On the Withlacoochee, a few
growth of truck crops. One of the ne watermelon crop on thle wes- from Cedar Key, is. located ithe : -
nin crops grown in this area is ter side of the county is an impor- ida Power Company's hydf4eg-
cucumbers, the annual production of t- cash producer. On the sandy plant, which is supplying cheap. "g+
which is close to 600 carloads. In ad- to- ,.-soil that is predominant in this rent for-industrial and other-
antion to the cucumber crop, there al- .the red-meated melons grow pcse3 to the yarious ..cg .
_ ,,,, ... 'w -.-^ ,- -.K ^ ^ B ^ ji--_,--s--- ^--: ,...^... '-- :f ^ *'* ~ ~ s a ^^ g ^^ ^ ^ ^ ~ g,
belrl "peppers, eggplant, lettuce, cab- The northern boundary of Levy same stream, one of the largestphA- a.o t .l .
bave, onions, the amount of produc- county is the world-famed Suwannee phate acid plants in the world is thit- eight'or 10different.people had
tion of each runs into sizable figures. river, the western boundary the Gulf operated by the Barker Chernical been about the premises. ,
In the central part of the county, of Mexico and on the-east and south Company, with headquarters in 'The one trami of footprttints thatled
extending half-way across from north aie Marion and Citrus counties, re- Savannah, Ga. ott.two miles to a .certain cautr was
to south, is a high, saAdy soil, corn- speclt;vely. Near the banks of the Leyy county holds fairs each year. the hot trail mhat brought results, for
mn11ly known as blackjack. Certain Siuwannee are located Manatee This year's exhibits were better than in the camp f one Robert Htcher
sections of this type are well adapt- Springs and Fannin Springs, two of ever before, according to the county rand Dave Smithn the missing articles
-" -f c. rrom Kirklands home were found.
.-,- These two men were tried before
LOOKING BACK AT 1925 By A. B. CHAPIN Judge Brewer, and bound over to
L N B K A 2. .. A I higher court under $1000.00 bonds,
,\ [A. /.;... :.--..... .,,vhicb they failed to give, and thley
I ,,. ,orE" af0. nw in Bronson jail awaiting the
/^ ^,.,'y ATI V regular session of circuit court.
Quite a bit of clever work was
\t I" 7 "1 \\-done by local officers and their as-
/'. sistants in ferreting out this crime
1 t l \i A s' and catching the party with the goods
e a in posses+o...-

^ i ^ <, -- .^ NEW DEVELOPMENT
S RN"GVo1 w TuRNENEDow 0.G A. -r PLANNED FOR BRONSON.
S," .Fairchild Bros, of Jacksonville have
41ME INNOCENT BYSTANDrIL A p -purchased .55 acres of land one-half
". GT .s.45 s4.4 Hon'0 s C mile north of the courthouse ;at
--ooD--' .. vs Bronson.
9 9 \ eA~ The property was bought from W.
J. E.person, W. V.'Osteen, W. R.
i i,-+Coulter and Mrs. Annie-Sale.
i + Tile tract bor'ders the Seabq+r.

i* ,- 6-rNENRLAL high. and dry, ideaHly situated for -
lp E' \ PRO$CRI 5 /1 PEf nhon elites in the development of a
^2^^%^^^'~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ^^ ^^ ^V* mt greater Bronson in a greater Levy
,U ot county. ?

L_- -- ad$ i. The purchasers of the property are ...
FRANC iTALY PAVOfE- well known developers, a~nd it-is-au-
RtA A PzY YAO. SHENANDOAH *..MI'TU Gi U.S. W;fM'A SO.- thentically reported that the tract
pr. sw.v. rT I' "Tr Nca< -ji^echased will be cut up. in sub-di-l
/" .^. +" .^ 1 _-,\ visions and put on sale the first of
tlhe year 1926,
._ \ AMON THE MiSSNCr- ... ..
^ / SAro I:R A LLETTE iLLIAM jENNiNGS BRYAN ,... agent, especially of live stock, which,
S/ L "r 1ADD THOtIAS R MARSHALL he said, showed a 100 per cerit im-
I '" r Sp c R GEN IWet. son A w.p A*. .' lrovement over last:year. At these -
B!ARREN STONE HE-RY WALLACE f -, y fairs are shown the products of marly
\ ^^..^^ y/ Cel-anv Ma'TTw65N DowAfr. R QUEEw J LESMANoAs. "'" prosperous farmers. "
---' .,' That there are opportunities in the
-4^S " --s.----? ^- That .there are opportunities in the .
.SCOP.S TR.A -- ,*-* :; WH o0 county for the farmer who is wlilng "
OPE T~mbL : ". : ::" "" v 'Oet -| hoESisO4wililngl


:. : < l f ne,,T J%, ~to woik and use intelligence in hand -
.. Y -^^O --- -ling the Florida- soils '"is- the -strongn
belief here.-' Especial~yy is- this true
0 'Q with reference to poutiry raising apd
dalrying in certaini6sedti'"-
LE^r SVegetable packing and canning
.v.1 ~ "r -.plnts are among ,.the industries
St' needWd and this county uk trying to in-
yoM P LLEY teoet: home builders -ad Itnber
-eales tq qope.np up ag. takecarp -of
the incregsi demands. -
-. ^. l -. : -, ., .. ,-Levy county has good.e siools and -
is plafhmng to spend L 5000,d.in .
Al -"impryigg its. Astem. of highways,
** .. "which already, includes: a haro.,sur-
S.--- .- ro .si ..tss the t.&in...ohe of
^ V-- ...-TAro OF &TARL ^ -c- .)A -I .ATiTunt RDQ & the state, No. 5, which extendsfror
-- --- -. ---* *^*t*^ _* High'nrha s to Tampa uand Torb


VOL. 1, NUMBER 22. CEDAR KEY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1925 .r" .


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NOTED BUILDER


JOINS CARSONIA
DEVELOPMENT


".' *.-,Mr. A. W. Lang of Miami, Fla.,
made a visit to Cedar Key last week
Ls a guest of "Carsonia On-The-
S.-Gulf," Cedar Key's latest and largest
S Development.'
T ; Mr. Lang has been for the past 80
.years.associated with the building in-
.' dustry at Miami, and for the past 14
*year., as superintendent of the Geo.
W. Langford Co., and has superin-
tended the construction of most of
Miami's prominent hotels, his latest
achievements being the Fleetwood
Hotel of Miami Beach, and the Mc-
Allister of Miami, these noted hos-
te'iries compare favorably with the
best in the United States today.
Mr. Lang- built the first house at
Miami Beach several years ago and
tells an interesting story in connec-
S-t;on with the construction.
S He says the mosquitoes were so
fierce that it was necessary for the
carpenters to work iri pairs, one doing
the work while his partner wielded
a large /palmetto leaf over him to
*prevent the mosquitoes from devour-
ing him.' ,
A Simudge fires had to be built all
*around the place, and carpenters
.,.looke6 like black men, at the.end of
S 'a smoke begrined day's work, but
S prIeserverance alw ays'succeeds and(
ow. ., Miami Beach ranks with the fin-
..est. bathing resorts in the world.
S Mr-. Lang was very much impress-
"ed .by the natural..beauty of Cedar
-Key and.Carsonia, he realizes and
"' t a. p ,apns that nature has made this spot,
.:. .with' it's numerous islands, bayous and
S" "" White. beaches, more beautiful than
A,,,.' 'a iatAI..al.MiaMi. beach, where expendi-
. Y.. -.:.ary for.'provements, which Cedar
'' Key and Carsonia.possess as a gift of
.t.-' .:ture. ,.
Mr. Lang sees wonderful possibili-
S, ties for the sister cities, and has be-
come financially interested in Car-
onia.
'.Mi. Lang returned to Miami, but
will come back in a-few days to be-
gin construction work on the new
*city, Carsonia On-The-Gulf.
This development of Carsonia On-
S1he-Gulf is of vital interest and im-
portance to every progressive citiben,
.aI J0o doubt this development will
start things moving for a greater
Cedar Key.
DO YOU WISH TO SAVE MONEY?


ENGINEERS BEGIN WORK OF
SURVEYING CITY
Monday morning a corps of en-
gineers and assistants began
work of surveying the Island city
for street levels, etc., preparatory
to installing the sewerage system
and waterworks and paving of
the streets.
This is no doubt welcome news
to everyone, and-it will not be so
very long before Cedar Key will
put on quite a different appear-
ance with these much needed imi-
provements.
Bitii tiilliui iiliiiiui tiifi~i iiii i llithiiiaiiaii iiiiiiiiuii
STATE ROAD DEPT.
HEAD WAS HERE
F. A. Hathaway, at the head of the
State Highway department, spent last
Wednesday in Cedar Key and went
with several local citizens over the
proposed routes of the new highways
which are to be built in Levy county.
Mr. Hathaway was hospitably enter-
tained while here, and left the pro-
n ise that Cedar Key and Levy coun-
ty would be looked after in the near
fi ture in the matter of good roads.
Thle News and everyone will be
glad to.see -the construction of good
roads begin, and engineers are at
present surveying tor Road 13. WhVen
Cedar Key and Levy county get hard
surfaced roads they are sure to grow
by leaps and. bounds. Much local in-
fluential pressure was brought to
b:-ar on Mr. Hathaway, and good re-
s'.Ilts are sure to follow.
XMAS. TREE AT EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
On Xma., e'e, at the Cedar Key
T.'piscopal chuitrch, a beautifully deco-
lated tree laden with all sorts of
presents, added its. touch of joy to the
young' folks of the Sunday School and
church. Appropriate and impressive
services held in connection with the
tbe.wt.'al of e-ifts added greatly to
(n.icynlent of the eveninr-'. All the
"kiidies".and grown ups departed in
ood spirits after setting their vari-
>:',_ .... ..jis~ ~ a i__ _^. _.,o _
CONGRa'SSMAN GREEN RANKS
S HIGH IN WASHINGTON
R. A. Green of the Second District
of Florida, though one of the young-
ebt members of the 69th Congress,
secured more committee assignments
than any other new Democratic mem-
bor, having received four-the maxi-
rium number allowed any member. A
total of 53 assignments went to the
20 new Democratic members.
Judge Green was put on following
committees: Railroads and Canals,
Coinage Weights and Measures, Alco-
holic Liquor, Expenditures in Agri-
cultural Department.
We must notice that some of these
appointments are in line with the de-
velopment and needs of the state of
Florida and Judge. Green is evilently
making them feel his presence in
Washington.


It is mny intention to establish and
n "-. operate in the near future a grocery
; .epartme.nt, in. connection with m.1
present business.
This department will be ru'-on"the.
Cash and Carry plan, and prices will
be adjusted to fit this popular .sys-
S tern which 'vill enable"' ash .pur-,-
chasers to. get their groceries much
cheaper, since I '.'ill buy for cash arnd
you will buy for cash, thus saving the,
lops that necessarily goes with the
credit systemn of dloings' business.
SThis 'Cash .i'd Carry" system has
lcomrf so popular throughout the
I... United States that such store have.
'*beeoie universally popular, for they
-, eliable the purchaser to get groceries
.. at ur.heard of low fig.ures.
i. It is a well known fact that the
it ^ '* '. .. '-
'. :. creditt g'roery busine.-s carries a big'
jop<--'. r--cent of bad accounts and some
o'- o 'o has to pay these.losses. It is but
'.- ."'ituraL that .the. credit grocer "must
'* "l.ut a price.on hi:s products that will
".iablk' him to take care of this per-
".ce... int of losses. In short "the cash )pur-
"" ",'""chser. pays at the credit grocers the
.-" ,, .-w priee for goods that the, credit
c'. ,. customer pays. The cash cu:-tomer
-" '"ts- no re c. ."h a-tihe c-redit grocers.
'So. get: ready to save pennies, nick-
... s,and"dines which later amount to
3k. "dollars, :by spending your grocery
-',-. ---money at Owings'- Cash and Carry
::. .. Departmnient.
--,-.' Yours for economy and service, .
v:':" .ad ". -' R. B. OWINGS.
, - **' .. ... *
.-- NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
.--.- The,- Annual Meeting of the Stock-


Break Rum


lioldr,'r .-thCdedtr Key State'Bank
yi eheld T i'sday, Januafy 5th,
2 -.he.;,:puppse 'of. ele..ting bffi-
'oer orthe,,eibinzs year and trfns-
rbtbusiness that may crmif be-
1 ,f. ,bd C r
3,:!.G.-W' DDON, Gashier.


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PLAT GROUND


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'MULLET AS NEW INDUSTRY
State Shell Pish Commissioner T. R. Hodges
is co-operating with the United States Bureau
of Fisheries in efforts to make a scientific
study of the habits of the mullet, a fish e -on
sidered one of the most valuable inhabiting
Florida waters, from a money-making stand-
point.
The commissioner is now devoting his at-
tention more specifically to ascertaining the ex-
act spawning time of the mullet, ;in order that
the closed season may be changed if necessary
to give better protection to the maternal fish
during that period.
SSpecimens of roe have been taken as far
south as Cape Sable, and no considerable dif-
ference in advancement bf maturity of roe in
one part of the state over the other has been
observed so far. A large specimen jar An the
shell fish commission exhibit in the capitol con-
tains side by side two well-developed speci-
,mens of red roe, one taken from extreme
northwest Florida, and the other from ex-
treme south Florida. No perceptible differ-
ence is shown in their maturity.
The fat of the mullet first appears in the
fish's head. Later it appears inside the body,
and then from the body it goes to the roe. The
red roe is carried by the female while the white
is carried by the male fish.
The red mullet roe is considered a delightful
food, and has very ready sale, and great quan-
tities are shipped annually from the state. .

Mere exhaustion wouldn't make a wdman
give up the channel swim if it were the social
swim. l ,

If, as the government charges, some people
use money awkwardly it may be due to a lack
of practice.

It is said that the first thing a pickpocket has
to learn is not to fritter away his time on mar-.
ried men.


DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK

That your city is a wonder-city.
That it has all the requisites of supremacy.
That it can claim today an ideal location for
industries. .
That your city welcomes new men and new
wealth.
That the greater the ability of newcomers to
do things for the city, the greater the welcome.
That to open new wealth and new oppor-
,tumitae means progress.
That the hour has come, the gong has struck
-and pow is the time for everyone to co-operate
in orde i-to make a bigger city. ,
,'Thaet you can absolutely, unequivocally, un-
'he.siiatingly and without the batting of an eye,
m-y-your hcme city is the best city min which to
live aid prosper.
That the best citizens are boosters.: All cit-,
izc'-,.i should rank with the best citizens.
T,.at_.they always boost everything that is for
2 1 v.ec-
S the h'Ivaacement of the home city. ,
SYour: boosters back their boosting with their
timn,.-and money. TVat is why your city is go-
ing to be he wonder city of the gulf coast.

.. The vindictive husband, whose wife uses
his razor to open cans, has discovered that a
', large powder puff makes an elegant shoe
birush.

The doctor who says there is more peril in
fat than in flying might also have added that in
flying there is always a chance for a fat person
to 1i off.

It is wonderful how vacantAe mind canbe
*. t. ^ , .' .._ "^
right afttr a Vacation period.. -

"'The earliest type of man" has ben found
again. As usual, he had aged terribly.

There is nothing like matrimony to teach a
Sman an oriental rug is not an ash tray.

In-this country we denude the land of for-
ests, then wonder why we have scant rainfalls.

To win an argument, let the other fellow do
all the talking, and then agree with him.

Trotzky invites foreign capital to invest in
Russia. We should think that foreign capital
would prefer a safer investment, such as the
production of citrus fruits in Greenland, or in
establishing fisheries in the Great American
desert.

The trouble seems to be that a man's soul
mate isn't his sole mate.
.. ,----
By mistake, an Iowa man placed a safety
deposit box containing $14,000 under the
front seat of an auto that-he thought ,was his
own. When he returned from shopping, he
found the car gonte. There is a moral in that
if one can finance it.

A speaker says the hens ought to contribute
more to the wealth of the country. That is
like most of the suggestions. It won't go
where it would do the most good.

The Daries are buying American "safety
razors and paying five times as much for them


as they pay for a German offering. After all,
the Danes believe in safety first.

Orie item tells us that Queen Mary has
adopted horn-rimnmied spectacles, and another
that' she has taken up toy-making. One
gathers that she wishes her old age to be use-
ful rather than ornamental.

fAn American doctor says that "American-
it...iis," or high-pressure living, kills near one-half
S',million people every year. Proving that half a
] 0.l.aIis better than no loafing.
:.- f. -,. .-': ,, . ,
-- -" r .'',. '^ ,.. ....". .' "


A woman thanks bobbed hair for one bless-
ing, at least; she says the sweeper works a lot
better since there aie no longer hairs to tangle
it up.

Births in the United States last year averag-
ed five every minute. The auto industry will
have to get a move on.

A mosquito doesn't have to enter upon w'hat
you would call an extended search to find a
good place to bite a gi.rl.,


When the Chinese kidnap nine American
missionaries, they are not borrowing trouble,
but just grabbing off hunks of it.

Though you may never see the winner of
the beautiful girl contest, you will see many
who are just as beautiful, if not more so.

High shoes for women are said to be com-
ing back in London, but femininity's favorite
footgear is likely to remain the dancing pump.


THE GULF COAST NEWS


PACE TWO


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Published at Cedar Key, Florida, Every Friday by
HILSON PUBLICATIONS
L B. Hilson, President


. Application Made For Admission Through the Mails as
Second Class Mail Matter, at Cedar Key, Florida.


Correspondence on any subject-particularly if of local
Intbres--4 invited Write on one sioe of paper bonly-
Be bri. ,


. P. HILON. Manager. E. S. BARTON, Local editor


We wonder how many more thousand peo-
ple must be murdered before somethingi2 IlI
is dco:\< to make the law agamst omilde-e F--
fective. .


'brink of the
ago, Mussolini


.y


For a man who was on the
grave months and months
seems to be amazingly robust.


What if there are 2,600,000 radio sets
operation in the United States? There's'
ways plenty of air-hot and other.


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in
al-


Authorities say the infant mosquito is the
worst offender, or just another baby that keeps
one walking the floor at night.


its infancy.
bad behavior


It is said that radio is still in
Which probably accounts for its
when you have company.


*
If that Dakota farmer who has had a pair
of 15 1-2 size shoes made for himself comes
out flat-footed for anything it ought tp mean
something.

The prejudice against-the $2 bill never did
apply to a stack of them.


THE GULF COAST NEWS





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PAGE THREE


THE GULF COAST NEWS


1Name


NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice of valuation of taxable property increased by the City Council
of the City of Cedar Key, Levy County, Florida, above the valuation made
by the Tax Assessor of said City of Cedar Key, Levy County, Florida.
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Cedar Key,
Levy County, Florida, sitting as a Board of Equalization on Monday the
24th day of August, 1925, and succeeding days thereafter as may be neces-
sary to complete the said tax rolls, as authorized by law, have increased the
valuation as fixed by the Assessor of taxes of the City of Cedar Key, Levy
County, Florida, for the year of 1925, on the following property, Real Estate.
REAL PROPERTY


Property


A


assessed Raised
To
400 1,100
250 300


Wm. Bishop One acre in NE 1-4 of SW 1-4,
_29-15-13
N. S. Cason Lots 3 and 4,: Block C Hale Addn.
J. A. Williams ................Two acres, more or less; in the lim-
its of Cedar 'Key, lying and be-
ing part in SW 1-4 of SE 1-4,
Sec. 19; and NW 174 of NE 1-4
Section 30, Tp. 15, R 13 ...........
Gainesville Development --
Co. Tract of unplatted land in Cedar
Key in SE 1-4 of SW 1-4, 29-
15-13, 35 acres
Gainesville Development 5
Co. Tract of unplatted land in Cedar
Key in SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, 29-
15-13, 36 acres -. *
Gainesville Development15-13 36 acres
Co. ..... Tract of unplatted land in- Cedar
Key in SE 1-4 of NW 1-4 29-
15-13, 10 1-2 acres
Gainesville Development
Co. Tract of unplatted land in Cedar
Key in SE 1-4 of SE 1-4, 30-
15-13, 23, acres-
Gainesville Development
Co. Tract of unplatted land in Cedar
Key in NE 1-4 of SE 1-4, ,30-
15-13, 40 acres ...........................
Gainesville Development
Co ................... Tract of unplatted land in Cedar
4 Key in NW 1-4 ot SE 1-4 30-
15-13, 40 acres-
W. H. Hale Unplatted tract of landl in Cedar
SKey in SE 1.-4 of SW 1-4 20-
*'. "15-13, 29 acres ,.
J. A. Watson Unplatted tract of land in the
NW 1-4 of NE r-,'-- 30-15-13,
,2 8 a cr e s :... ......... ........ ............
J. E. Watson Unplatted tract of land in the SE
1-4 of NE 1-4, 30-15-13, 25
acres ............ .. .... .. ......
J. E. Watsony Unplatted tract of land in the SE
1-4 of SE 1-4, 19-15-13, 40 acres
J. E. Watsoni Unplatted tract of land in the SW
1-4 of SE 1-4 19-15-13, 32 acres
Berry Brown Estate...... Tract of land-in Cedar- Key NW
S1-4 of NE;1,-4 30-15-13, 1 acre....
Wm. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 7 inc. Blk 1 Fowvlerwood'
SoA addition .. ........ ... ...... .... .. ..
Wm. M. Fowler ..............Lots-1 to 1 in,., Blk. 2 Fowlerwood
A addition .. ........... ... ........
Wm. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 8 in. Blk. 3 Fowler-
w ood A- edition ... :.::.. ...... ... ...
Wm. M. Fowlr .. ..........Lots 1 to 22 inc., BIk. 4 Fowler-
/ -w ood A addition ......... ...............
Wim. M. Fowvler .............. Lots 1 to 11 inc., Blk 5 Fowler-
w ood A addition .. .............. ......
Wm. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 1: inc., Elk c Fowler-
w ood A addition ......................... ..
Wm. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 21 inc., BIk. 7, Fowler-.
w ood A addition ... .........................
Wimn. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 19 inc., Blk. 8, Fowler-
m F .w o o d A d d it io n .. .... .. .......
Wmn, M. Fowler ............. Lots 1 to 15 inc., Elk. 9, Fowler-
w ood A addition .. ........ .......;......
Wm. M. Fowler ............. Lotsl to 16 inc., Eulk. 10, Fowler-
wood A addition .... .............. ....
Wm. M. Fowler ........ .......Lots 1,i to 18 inc.. BIk. 11. Fo%\,olei-
w ood A dl edition ................. ............
Wm. M. Fowler ..............L6ts 1 to 18 inc., Blk. 12, Fowler-
w ood Addition :7 :. ; .. ..............
W1m. M. Fowler ..............Lots 1 to 16 inc., Blk. 13, Fowler-
w ood A addition ....... ............. I ......
Wm. M. Fowler'.............. Tract of land south of Shoie Drive,
Powlerwood Addi. ti,:n, in SW 1-4
\ of SW 1-4 of 30-15-13, and SE
S1-4 of SE 1-4 25-15-12 .....:.......
PERSONAL PROPERTY


are ksipped the
sa6 e day they
are recCeved -mvw
8-hour saiene |
j$*IIOU' "SEl_- ICO


800


1,300


1,000


1,200


1,750


1,800


Assessed Raised
To


Property


Name


Gainesville Development
Co. ........ Lots 1 to 12 inc. and Lots 17 to
23 inc., Block 3 ............................$ 7,400
F. 9. Wadley E 1-2 of 14 & W 22 1-2 ft. Lot
15, Blk. 3 ........................................ 3,200
Rogers & Wadley ........ Lot 13 & W 1-2 of 14, Blk 3 ............ 4,200
'W. R. Hodges Lots 1 to 8 inc.; 10 to 20 inc.;
and E 1-2 of Lot 19, Block 4 ........ 10,800
Mrs. Leona Kirchain ......Lots 9, 15, & 16, Block 4 ................ 1,800
James Berry Lots 17, 18 & W 1-2 of 19, Block 4 2,600
H. B. Rogers .. Lots 1, 2, 19, and 20, Block 5 ........,4,000
SS. T. White Lots 3, 4, 5, 15, 16, 17, 18, Block 5 8,800
S. J. Stapleton ................Lots 6 to 10 inc., Block 5 ............... 4,000
R. W. Stapleton -....!......... S 70 ft. of Lots 1, 2, & 3, Blk 6 .... 1,600
S. J. Stapleton ................N 30"ft. lots 1, 2, & 3, Block 6........ 600
Gainesville Development
Co. All Block 7 ................ 2,100
G '"4B. C: Wadley .. ............... Lots 11 to 20 inc. Block 8 ................ 5,100
Gainesville Development
Co ................................Lots 4, 5, 18, 19 ana 20, Block 9...... 4,000
Fainnie Roberts .............Lots 13, 14, & N 1-2 of 11 and 12
Block 9 ........................................... 900
Mrs. C. H. Henley ..........S 1-2 of Lots 11 and 12, Block 9 .... 100
R. T.,Stapleton .............-.Lots 6 & 7, Block 9 ....................... 2,200
H. B. Rogers Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, & S 80 ft. of
10, 11 and 12, Block 10 ................ 5,200
J. B. Lutterloh ...............- Lots 1, 2, 3, 18 to 2.1 inc. Block 10 9,000
A. H. King That part of lots lying alone C St.
... -between property formerly owvn-
ed by Mrs. Blitch south, and
Gainesville Development Co. N.,
B lock 10 ......................................... 1,000
Manuel Kepote" lots 2 & 5, Block 11 ....................... 3,000
Eva Mac Hodges ........... Lot 3, Block 11 .......................... 2.900
Mrs. D. W. Blitch............. Lots 9 & 16, Block 11 ................. 1,100
T W. Brewer Lots 10, 11 & 15, Block 11 ........... 2,900
J. D. Goss Lot 12, Block 11 .......... 2,700
I. M Pease Lot 1, Block 12 ................................ 2,900
B. B. Rowland Lot 2, BLock 12 ..................... ......... 2,600
M ay Drug Co. ................Lot 3 & 22, Block 12 ........................ 2,950
W. J. Epperson ...............Lots 7, 8, 17,, 18, Block 12 .............. 3,500
J. B. Lutterloh ................Lots 9, 12, 13 Block 12 .................... 5,S00
Mrs. H. D. Ferriday ...... Lots 10, Block 12 ............................ 1,100
W. W. McLeod ................ Lots 23 and 24, Block 12 ................ 1,200
Wm. M. Bishop ................ Lots 4, 5, 67, 19, 20, 21, Block 13 .... 4,100
M T. Marshburn ...........Lots 7 & 8, Block 13 ........................ 2,00
Gaihesville Development
Co. Lots 3 to 10 inc., 15 to 25 inc.
Blk. 16 .... ... -.............. ............... 900
Gainesville Development- 1 t -
Co. ..Lots 5, 6, 71, 8, 9, "2., 24, N 1-2 Lots
1, 2, 3, 4, les-s 15 feet in NW
corner Block 17 .......... ..... .. 2,600
C. F. Whitman ...........:.....Lots 9, 10 and W 20 feet of 8, Blk.
1 8 .............. ...... ........... ... ... .... .. 2 .4 0 0
S G. W. Wadley .................. S 1-2 of Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, BIk IS 1,200
R. B Owings ...................N 1-2 Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, Block 18 3,100
Henry Gibson Lot 15 and W 1-2 of 16, Block IS .. 1,000
Mrs. Emma E. Lewis Es- '
tate ..............................Lot 17 & E 1-2 16, BIk. 18 ........... 1,200
S Jos. Boothby Estate ......Lot 1 to-10 inc. BlI.: 19 ................... 6,200
F. E. Wadley Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, Block 19 ............ 3,100
J. J.. W ilson ....................Lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Block 19 5,000
S"/Gainesvillb Development _
S Co .................. --.............. Lots 1 to 19 inc. Block 20 ............. 2,100
',: Otis'Meredith ..................N 1-2 of Lot 20, Block 20 ................ 500
- .. Eva Mae Hodges ............Lots- 4 to 10 inc., 15 to 20 inc., and
E 15 feet of Lot 14-, Block 21 .... 10,100
S :. Lowe Canty ....................Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 22 ..... ......... .. 1,900
Gaidnesville Development. ,
Co ................................Lots 2 to 5 inc., & 11 to 17 inic.,
SB lock 28 ................. ..... ......... ..... 5,000
D A A ndrews ............... A ll Block 29 .. ............. ..... ..... .... 9,000
St. Clair Whitman ..........Lots 6 to 10 inc. Bh.ck 31 .......... .... 3,000
-Brewer & Rogers ...:..... Lots( 6 to 14 inc. Block 32 ..... -4,,.)0
Gainesville Development-
Co. DLotQ1l to 5 inc. and 16 to 20 inc.
B lock 32 ............... .. ...... ........... 4,200
W.. -R. Hodges Lots 7', 14, 15, 16, Block 33 ............ 2,700
J. B. putterloh ................ Lots 19 and 20, Block 33 ................ 1,200
3ainesville Development
Co ................................Lots 5 to 8 inc., 15 to 20 inc., S 1-2
11, 12, 13, 14, Block 39 ................ 3,100
Mrs. T. W. Brewer ........Lot N 1-2 of 11, 12, 13, 14, BIk. 30 1,100
D. A. Andrews ........-...-.Lots 11 to 20 inc. Block 40 ............ 5,000
A. P. Schlemmer ............Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, Block 40 ................ 2,200
H. W. Crevasse ..............Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Block 40 2,900
J.'E. Rowland -Lots 19 and 20, Block 41 ................ 1,100
W-m.'M. Fowler ............. All Block 42 .......... .. 4,000
Gainesville Development-
Co. Lots 1 to 6 inc., 11 to 20 inc., N
S1-2 of 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 44 ........ 3,600
Gainesville Development
Co. All Block 45 1,000
Gainesville Development
.Co ......... p t All Block 46 ........... ..... 1,000
Gainesville Development
'Co. All Block 47 ............ .... 1,000
W. R. 'Hodges Lots 2 to 12 inc., 14 to 16 inc.,
B lock 48 .......................................... 9,600
M anuel Kepote ................ Lot 1, Block 48 ................................ 600
'Maggie Weeks ................Lots 18 and 19, Block 48 ................ 1,100
J. F. Taylor ....................Lots 20 and 21, Block 48 ................ 1,800
Jim Richburg Lot 17p Block 48 .............................. 850
Nardy Collins Lot 1, Block 49 ...... ...................--...... 500
Nick Brown Lot 8, Block 49 ..... ............................ 400
J. C. Collins Lot West two-thirds Lot 11, Blk 49 400
Cedar Key Light &
Power Co. Lot 12, Block 49 ................................ 500
T.J. Wilson .. PLot 13, Block 49 ....................... 700
Standard Mnfg. Co. .........Part of Section 32 and 39, Tp. 15,
R 13, known as Finimore Mill
Site ................................................ 10,900


can? or to overlook the

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looking for? Whatever it is, you'll find it in this

In its 518 pages, are 46,20 different- articles of de-
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sizes. From stylish clothing to sturdy farm implements '
the line is complete-and the prices all are low.
There is everything here for everybody. Farmers,
housewives, teachers, clerks, shop workers-all find
satisfaction in this money-saving catalog. And they all
get speedy service.
If you haven't a catalog, write, for one today.
It willd be mailed FREE.
THE CHARLES WILLIAM STORES, INC.
925 Stores Bldg., New York City


$11,000
3,400
6,000
11,800
3,050
3,000
5,100
9,300
4,100
1,900
800
4,000
6,700
4,400
2,550
700
2,400
7,100
9,900



1i,100
3,500
3,000
3,300
.3,00
3,500
4,000

3,000
3,300
3,800
6,000
2,000
1,300
4,700
4,000

1,080


\ .
2,900
-2,700
1,70o
4,100
1,400
1,400
6,800
4,500
6,300

1,000
10,550.


1,200 2,100


4,300 18,400


2,800 7,400


4,700 9,600

1,900 5,800


a


1,100

3,000
1,000
900
4000

1,000



8,000
1,200
1,500
:-,goo
2,900
2,600
1,600'
1,700
1,9-00
2,000
1,800


1,200


2,809

5,000
1,500
2,000
600
' 1,750
.2,750
2,000
5,500
2,750
3,250
5,250
' 4,750
3,750
4,000
4.500
3,(;000
3,200


5.000


DR. J. W. TURNER, DR. D. A. ANDREWS,
President Vice-Presiderit
C. C.- WHIDDON, Cashier



Cedar Key State


S. S.Brush .Household furniture' and -Buick
Sedan 150 .300
W. Brewer Io4usehold furniture store fixtures
stock 350 500
Vi'.I. Bishop .Household furniture, boat and net
and piano .. ............. 100 15(
Joe Boothby Household furnititre and automo-
bile 150 -.0o
T. times Berry Household furniture 4tnd piano .... 150 -.01
H. W. Crevasse ...... .......Household furniture, 'piaroq, boats
and et .. ...... 200 :''0
Walter Mlack ...................Household furniture & gold watch 100 150
-R, W. Stapleton ..............Househokl furniture, boat ways,
1 merchandise stock :300 500
A; P. Schlemminer ............ Household furniture, diamond ring,
boats and fish house 100 600
A. W. Thompson ........... Household furniture, Ford Tour-
ing- car ................ .. .. 200 300
S. T. White ......................HouSehold furniture, ..hotel, fix-
tures and furniture and car ........ 500 650
Fred White ......................Household furniture 80 100
J. E. Watson Fish Co..... Fish-house, fixtures, boats, nets,
merchandise, and household fur-
S niture .- 1,300 2,000
R. B. Owings Household furniture, touring car,
A.o'ehl c, n ar,
Ford truck, store fixtures, mer-
chandise stock and piano ...:....... 1,500 2,000
It is ordered by the City Council 6f the City of Cedar Key, Levy County,
Florida, thht the foregoing names, descriptions of 'property and valuations
be published in the Gulf Coast News, a newspaper published at Cedar Key,
Levy County, Florida, for Fifteen (15) days, and notice is hereby given that
the City Council will meet at the City Clerk's Office in the City of'Cedar
Key, at 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, January 18th A. D., 1926; to hear from all
owners and agents of owners as desire to appear and enter complaint as to
valuations raised by said City Council as shown above and to hear any rea-
son that may be given why the valuations fixed by the Council on any real
or personal property should be changed.
D. A. ANDREWS, Chairman City Council.
Attest: T. W. BREWER, City Clerk. .


6,800
1 600
3,450
7,200

5,400
2,750
1,600

6,200
1,300
5,500
2,400
2,950
1,700
4,700

5,300
1,440
1,440
1,440
11,500
1,000
1,300
2,000
1,000
700
600
'500
600
1,150

11,700


18,000


6,750



5,000



4,000


13,200
1,350
1,100
1,000
375
250
115
275


Savings


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Gainesville Development
SCo. .Part of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of SW
S -4 and NE 1-4 of SW 1-4, Sec.
29, Tp. 15, S, Range 13 E, known
as Scrub Island ...........................
J. B Richardson ..............Parcel of land in Cedar Key bought
"'" from Gainesville Dev.lopment
.... Co., described in Deed Book 10,
page 63 and 64 ..
G .ainesville Development
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W W R. Hodg-es Improved tract of land !-i the
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.,'W. H.Hale Lots 1 and 2, & N 1-2 of 5 Blk.
.,,' , ,"-< -C Hale Addition ..........................
'"W. HI- Hale Lots 1 to 5 inc. & 12,- Block A,
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SHSimons S 18 ft. Lot 8, and N 14 ft. Lot
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CITY DIRECTORY CEDAR KEY.
Mayor, H. B. Rogers.
Clerk, T. W. Brewer.
Chief of Police, J. S. Brush.
City Council
Dr. Dan Andrews, President.
B. C. Wadley,
V. B. Hardee,
James Berry,
Sanford Jones.
Board of Public Works.
H, B. Rogers, Dr. Geo. Andrews,
A. W. Johnson.
Church Directory
Methodist---Services 2nd and 4th
Sunday. L. E. Wright, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M. Mrs.
Joyce, Supt.
Epworth League, 6:45 P. M. Miss
Alva Kirchhain, Pres.
Episcopal Church-Rev. Dunaham,
Rector.
Services 3rd Sundays.
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Miss Hattie Whitman, Supt.
Baptist Church--O. B. Harris, Pas-
tor.
Services 1st and 3rd Sunday. ",
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Mr. Sc.ymour, Supt.
B. Y. P. 0. at 6:45 P. M.
Masonic Lodge meets 1st and 3rd
Friday nights. i
Eastern'Star Auxiliary 2nd 'and
4th Fridays.
E. S. Barton, Director Cedar Key
Band.


EVENTS OF THE WEEK

IN THE ISLAND CITY


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DEVELOPMENT OF BACK
COUNTRY IS CHIEF NEED
OF STATE OF FLORIDA

Perhaps the most essential point
Sto be considered in establishing the
Spermanency of what critics are
Pleased to call the "Florida boom" is
the development of the back coun-
try. Fortunately Florida's well pro-
vided for in this respect. We have
the authority of Governor Martin
himself to say that the agricultural
d-vclopment of the state is yet only
in its early stages, and when it
reaches its full development, it will
he capable of.supporting a popula-
tion of 15,000,000 peoplje.. If that is
true, andvwe see no reason to doubt
it for the governor is noted for the
conservation of his statements, and
rarely makes an assertion that he
cannot back up with the actual facts,
there need be no nervous doubts as
to the permanency of the so-called
boom. It will last until the state is
filled up with a contented .and pros-
peious husbandry, getting a living by
the cultivation of a fertile soil under
an evershining sun. -No state in the
Tnion offers such wonderful oppor-
tunities to the careful anrdt-industrious
farmer as does Florida. Whether his
tastes run to stock farming, handling
h.og- or cattle, or to truck farming,
gr-owing vegetables in winter for
northern markets, or to that ne plus
ultra of all outdoor employment fruit
growing, he will find conditions here
that well night approach perfection.
i. e stockman finds a long growing
season, with an abundant supply of
forage plants and valuable native
grasses, upon which his stock is cer-
tain to thrive. The genial climate
flEes him from the necessity of pro-
viding expensive shelter for his stock
through the long months of winter.
1he trucker rejoices in a fertile soil,
* easy to work but extraordinarily
productive, with an easy anrd quick
access to the largest market in the
nation, at a time when the northern
w-inter cuts off all competition. The
f,,:it grower has a long list of fruits
from which to make his selection. If
the growing of citrus fruits does not
appeal to him, he can turn his atten-
tion -to bananas, avocadoes, or ber-
ries which all thrive here and have
prov(-ed themselves to be moneymak-
eis. We have merely attempted to
outline there branches of agriculture
and horticulture which will be most
likely to attract the attention of
northern farmers. We have not int,.n-:
tionally exaggerated or misstated the
possibilities in any of the,lines. The
northern farmer who decided to lo-
cate here will find a salubrious and
healthful all-the-year climate, schools,
and churches such as he is accustom-

ed to in the north and a genial, Triend
ly arid companionable people. If he
does not make a success here it must
be his own fault. To those who have
tired of fighting the long, bitter win-
ters of the north with their ice and
snow and other handicaps, we say
"Come to Florida, where such things
never happen, and where you will
live longer and more pleasantly."--
Tampa Times.


J. M. Land of Salem, Ala., is again
visiting Cedar Key, this being his
third visit to the Island City. He says
he is favorably impressed with the po-
tential possibilities of this section
and has already purchased some lots
in Carsonia Ori-The-'Gulf, and dXpects
to invest more in the near future.
Mrs. Hugh Haven spent Christmas
.. holidays in' Miami with her brother
" 'antl sister, and Mrs. P. B. Russell.
After .the holidays she and Mrs. Rus-
sell went over to Key West to spend
a the rest of the month with relatives
of Mrs. Ruisell.

Rev. E. D. Boyer .of Baldwin
preaclHed at fhe Baptist church Thurs-
day night and Friday night to a large
congregation. Rev. O. B. Harris- has
designed as pastor, making it neces-
sary to call some one else. Rev.
Boyer will administer ordinance of
Baptism Sunday afternoon at bathing
dock beach.


Donald Brooks and friend, Mr.
Haree of Tampa are visiting the city
this week.

Wallace Brush has returned "rom
Tarpon, Springs and has accepted the
position made vacant at Hardee Motor
Co. 'by resignation of Mr. Jennings
Rogers, who with his brother, "have
gone into the Chevrolet sales busi-
ness with headquarters at Chiefland.

Mrs. I. B. Hilson and Lamar Hil-'
hr, of Bronson visited Cedar Key this
week.

Mrs. Maggie Atkinson of Tampa is
is;ting her mother, Mrs. Bishop.
Miss Nellie Whitman has accepted
"a position at the postoffice. She be-
gan her duties last Friday morning.


Bronson News
Miss Nadine Lastinger, who has
been spending the holidays here, re-
turned. to Inverness Sunday..-
Mri. I. B. Hilson and Lamar Hil-
: .'-I visited in Cedar Key Tuesday.
lMisses Zelma Williams and Alma
-".-I.-s, who spent Christmas-in Tren-
Swith their parents, returned -to
,son Sunday,
S ristmas was celebrated Thurs-
: evening at the Methodi't church
, a lovely gift-laden tree, appro-
e exercises and a true to life
a to distribute the many pre-

s Dorothy King of Gainesville
''"- guest of Misses Martha and
cis Whiddon.
s. J. A., Dixon and Mrs. G. A.
made a trip to Gainesville Wed-


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Go e tH. Jon.i adds his na-r
to thle -n h-,t of Lf-aiad* kn 4
in ;-eri=ican industry. 86 years
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Here is Edward Horemans, Bel-
Iian cue. sensation whose skill
wrested the World's Billiard Crown
from the brow -of young Jake
Shaeffer. This is the same crown
that Willie Hoppe held for so
many yep-.. Who's next?


Mrs. Ella A. Boole of Brooklyn.
N. Y;, foirten years Vlce-President
of W. C. T. U., has been elected its
ew- Prlesident. She recently ran
for Senator but was defeated al-
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SUMNER HOME BURNS


7 uesday. night, just after the fam-
ily had eaten supper, the home of
N. G. Middleton was discovered burn-
ir.g, and the whole roof of the large
two-story residence was in a blaze
Before any one knew the house was
afire. '
Very little furniture and clothing
were saved from the flames, as the
fire burned very rapidly.
Mr. Middleton plans to rebuild his
home at once.
The News and public extend sym-
pathy to this estimable family in the
.loss of a recently repaired home.


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. and Mrs. B. L. Jores and Mr.
Mrs. ..\. A i:,on spent Sunday
xford visiting : Mr. W. B. J'ones
family .
-. and Mrs. H. E. Osteen, who
been honeymooning in South
da, returned Sunday. They are
ome to their many friends ih
sv'ille, where .they will reside in
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