Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1926
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00922
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: DAY SESSION I Jesse Williams Knocked" Out'By SURFACIi4 I CLUB ; \ 1

I! Dose of White Mule and Arrested Drysff Leader I HOUSE

I After Car Goes ,

"' < In Ditch. New Bids Received 27- IndudeComlC'ted Music and TtWeekly
May RrC'heMhnlC'nts at Tabs ,
Water Supply Now Being *
f Grand J.ry Reported Four True i i Unusual Number of Pistol TotersI '
Road Bradford
Bilk: No Bill in Case of I I Receive Fines and Prison I' Jesse Williams colored of Cedar I County Line.to Thursday.Mcrlng Held From lake Brooklyn. "I ) I
C. f. Martin Charged Sentences Keys, plead guilty before County -
with Forgery. I Judge Gardiner Saturday of driving The Bond Trustees; of Clay county The regular weekly meeting. of Keystone Heights! May 5.-A nw ;
I a car while under the influ- water system designed to moot a. )
I in the judge'scourt will open bids on May 27th the Starko Chamber of Commerce
Featuring county
of liquor and paid his fine of the needs of the city for some timeto
Spriag term circuit court convened week ence for the clearing grubbing grading was held in the Woman's Club y/
during the were
Monday with Judge A. V. the drivers of autos past while under $100 and costs. In addition ho I bridges and culverts rock building Thursday night at 8 conic, has just been completed '

Long, fit Palatka presiding J. CAdkina I the influence of liquor and the has his license revoked for a per- base and the wearing surface on o'clock. Mr. C. A. Futvh acting all and put into operation.The .

Gainesville states attorney carriers of concealed Under iod of six months. roads 1, 2 and <4<, of that county. AH temporary secretary. Attending, new plant is located cot tho
W. J, Epperson G. weapons. Williams' car figured In the yip shore of Lake Brooklyn the oM
sheriff the state law the possession of bids received' in April for tho preparing this session of the civic body wero
M. Alderman Clerk. I without license is I wreck Sunday night April 25th y of grades for base and sur thirty-five citizens members and plant being on Lake Keystone Ia .. r'; ,
. Grand L. G. fore- a pistol pun when the Ford roadster he was the heart of the city. The wrier
jury: Johns facing were rejected at the April friends of the organization with) i1
juan. n. U. Lewis. II. E. Fortnei I ishable of by a fine 30 or a unless prison sentence the driving imached in a collision witha eMr. meeting and new specifications their wives. by state analysis, is uneneelleSl\ J ':'' r 4
only days,
I* D. Joker C. J. Johnson Oliver is carried concealed when Hudson operated by J. L. Peek prepared calling for the completed) i The hotel matter being a special any where in the state. It has the ..'
"W. IT. A. A. Hutch- weapon of Starke. The matter was order same flavor as Lake Keystone, I
:;; Brown Green I the heavier prison sentence is ef I roads in place of preparing the of the meeting" Judge Adklns
icon, U. L. Gatlin F. S. Fender fective. Two arrests made by straightened by Williams being rradSI.I E. B. Andrew. J. C. Alvarez W. Traffic Officer Jennings of ; given another roadster in place of I I Road 2 In Clay county's system. Live address, bringing out the state for its excellent taste. Both 1\ Y '
Tyler X. A. Griffis J. H. Brown driving care without negroes rear- his damaged one, and he left Stark I I of roads Is State Road 48, lead. points in favor of a modern hotel lakes. are clear water lakea sad ,

)t. L. Lee A. L. Green T. J. Moore. lights resulted also in the drivers driving his car to Cedar Keys. I ing west from Green Cove Springs) building. Other' speakers were Col. are spring fed. j I

Petit Jurors: J. H. Newsom, A. being charged with the additional i He was picked up a short time | to the Bradford county line, where J. L. Frazee, G. M. In man. Mayor The pump la of tho centrifugal d
B. Surrency W. J. Johns C. A. offence of carrying pistols with later by Deputy Johnson of Hampton it will connect With that portion C. L. Peek Col. D. E. Knight Rev type giving a steady constant f a f l .
Youngblood W. L. Thomas E. L:. out license. after he had run his car into I of the road running! from State A. E. Dunham and others. All of flow noiseless and free from air. .:.1: i
Canon J. B. Prevatt, R. A. New the ditch near that place. He wall I I Road 13 in Starke to the CUy the speakers emphasized the necessity It is driven by a 25-horsepower "
nom Roy Roberts J. T. Barnei, Mack Johnson colored possession described by the officers as being county line.Bradford. of the hotel being built and Westinghouse motor. At the prevent -. ,
W. H. Harrell M. C. Harrell J W. of liquor. Plead guilty; $160 I crazy drunk when brought to I county's bond trustees those present were enthusiastic over time a few minutes pumping i

Bdwarda J. C. Boyd E. J, King and costs or 4 months Starke and locked in the county I i will open bids on May 25th for tho I the success being met with by supplies the needs of the town. f x}
Civil Docket Jesse Williams, colored operat jail and refused to tell who gave I .. Ella A. Mote of Brooklyn, Ml I building of Road 48 In Bradford the committee Chairman Knight Fire hazards in the city have

Rebecca Clark vs Duval Jewel ing car under Influence of liquor.Plead him the liquor. I Y.Women's. national Christian president Temperance'of Un4 the.I I county and it is understood that made the matter clear that every II been greatly lowered through the t( j

ry Co., continued guilty; $100 and costs and I Ion testified for the "dry*" recently,j I several responsible bidders will hid citizen would have to do his bit increase in piossura available. fll.I
G. K. Lewis vs G. S. & F. Rail. license revoked for 6 months. HAM REHEARSALSET at the Senate prohibition hearings> I I on the construction work. The to secure the hotel for Starke. ,.
way, continued.S. Rufus Pinkney colored, possession FOR TONIGHTThe 1|, grade has been built for three Music was furnished during the TRUCK PRICES GOOD 1

R. Johns vs C. R. Sapp dam of pistol. Plead guilty; $50( first,, practice of the new I ITS YOUR TOWN, I I years, end is ready for the base and evening by the orchestra composed '.
ages $300. Pleas withdrawn; plaintiff and costs or 30 days. Starke band organization will be I surface with the exception of some of the following young people: Farmers generally aro getting I r ,
Rufus Pinkney colored operating held tonight at the city hall with ,1 i goml prices for their products, and I e
awarded $148.75 principal and places to ho filled in outside of tho Miss Elizabeth: Kendrick, piano; ; '
interest, $30 attorney's fee, and I car without rear light. Plead S. E. Ritch in charge. The instruments II i Breathes there a man with soul BO I II i limits of the town and the gradingof Miss CuHsic: Mae Bennett, violin; in some instances the returns for ,
guilty $1 and costs cr 30 days.E. arrived the first of the week shipments of vegetables are the...
costs. ; dead Tunth street through the town. S. )E. Hitch, clarinet; Paul Knight/ .
Endicott-Johnson Corporation vs D. Nixson, colored possession and the members will have a strenuous I Who never to himself! hath sail; I ukelele. best in years In working up the s
of pistol. Plend guilty: $,">0 and time during the next few I Ii IN CITY COURT matter for the new booklet being \ I
J. C. Cone, damages $800. Pleas This IB my own, my native town After the business of thu moor. ,
withdrawn; plaintiff awarded costs or 30 days.E. months in getting in shape for i And those things that I do for progress J. R. Osgood speeding/ train; $5 log was ,disposed. of the ladles, of Issued by tho Sturko such chamber instance ofcommerce / ,
D. Nlxaon colored operating con<:erts. Bandmaster Ritch some
$533.00 and costs.A. neglected I are the club served delicious coffee and
without rear light. Plead to state whether the Instru- I und costs were found unit will bo given to
A. Smith vs S. A. L. Railway i car The things I should consider a sandwiches
Mack Bishop driving rim I''
on ; show what this
the public to sec S
dismissed on order of plaintiff guilty; $1 and costs or 80 days. ments were equipped with silencers duty .- -
concealed or if the neighbors would have to !' ; I $1 bond. tion will yield' to the hands of in. t 1
Charley Fason, colored
Wm. Monden vs A, W. Toboy, I And further I really help myself in Dork Edwards fighting $5:; JAMEy! : SIIKI'AHI; ) I ,
; duxtrious farmers. This lint i ia by i
damagea $500. Verdict in favor of weapons. Plead guilty; $100a use cotton in their ears during the the main when I boost my PASSES; AWAY '
-11 l costs or 4 months. practice weeks.ANNOUNCES. I bond. means complete but only' thoseinstances j;
plaintiff for $142.00 and costs. townSend I II IIno
Henry Ilohannan running on run which were reported to t i
D. E. Knight vs Gertrude Gill. Keenan Johnson Dude Newkl.!;,, FOR I a copy of the Booster Edition $7 bond. James Shepard of our most highly '. \ r--
Johnny Jenkins Hardy Johnson, north. respected citizens punned to the the secretary.Albert
Pleas withdrawn and judgment en-
COMMISSIONER Essie Short speeding; $5 and ono-half 1
llronke planted
Iko Jones colored gambling. great beyond Tuesday night after
tered for plaintiff for $360, interest > -
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for publication costs.I. of beets and, started shipping
and costs 30 of several months. aero
and Plead guilty; $1 or A. L. Green of in tho nn illncs
costs. Breaker
announces -
reckless driving t.
J. Alspah ; beets netted hint
March 2(1.( The ly
Alvarez days. his Telegraph should be turned in not He has been a valued employed
N. T. Ritch and J. W. vs candidacy for the office costs of court. and, at lh ,
Green white, Campville' of tho Seaboard for but ow. $2 crate first of season .
John of later than Wednesday afternoon years
& commissioner from
Wilson, Poppell Cone a corporation county
Herman Bell disorderly; $5 23 had Bold beet : ) +
I I carhile drunk : health made it necessary the clone: April p t
possession failing
and A. M. Beam, damages'| operating county commissioner's district five beginning with our next iss'je. ing to /
30000. Verdict returned for plain of liquor and carrying concealed Brooker and New River. Mr. Green ] Tre Tclegrap'i will start its Thursday Ira Andreu, disorderly $.i bond. for him to give up this work to local and outsida of market This to .....j 1'''t
the net amount $178.00.
weapons. $500 bond for appearance is of Broker's half holidays May 13th and several months ago.
tiff for 17017.90 and costs. one loading citizens .
I disorderly $ >
Green Mr.
Everett ; been
Criminal Docket at the monthly tern) of and well capable of representing will continue through "Thursday Mr. Shepard, was born in Kllijuy; \ amount would have larger I
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25th. Green wreckedhis bond. IHfi'J'!' for the Bronkc pointed. out. if the unseasonable I ;
State of Florida vs Solomon Do- i, court May i his district. September 16th. Georgia, and past j .
had delayed
and was placed | him been resident of not
in Lawtey seven a T/
Sue assault with intent to murder; car a CHILDREN'S PARTY WOMAN'S years ,
continued for term. I under arrest by local officers. | A. A. Hazen of Gainesville was Miss Thelma Brinson of Fiftone CLUB AT LAWTEY Starke. I the crop until Texas beets were
State of Florida vs Jim Alex James Teeiley colored petit lar- attending to business here Monday. was a visitor to town Monday. Ho was faithful member of the beginning to go( on the markets. l
'ceny. In county jail awaiting: I Tickets are being sold both ''n Baptist church of which he united In the middles tomatoes were
ander breaking and entering; con I Lawtey and Starke for a benefit while young, and was held in highesteem planted and tho beets turned under t
tinued for term.
trial.Felix Thomas Jim Alexander party at the Woman's Club of Law- by nil who knew him. I ns noon as the profitable sea- "
State of Florida vs Felix Thomas and I and L. W. Davidson charged with BOOSTER EDITION J tey from 8:00: to 10:00: p. m., tho Funeral services were held at won wu over.<< Cow peas will follow I. .
alias breaking entering ,
"Biar-Boy", and next fall the r
Sentenced to breaking and entering, were hell evening of May 6, 1926. 3 d o'clock Wednesday aftern"o"l,1 the tomato crop
; plead.* guilty. to await action of the grand jury Preparations are going forward at the )First Baptist church with I name land, will be planted to some
three years in state penitentiary.State Davidson this week.F. TO BE BIG SUCCESS for nn exciting time for the young Rev. Thomas Hanm-n, officiating. fall crop. In his cabbage, patch, t
L. W. -
of Florida vs plead C. Welborn operating car folks as well as their parents and I The choir composed of Mesdames! which yielded him $91! he has sweet
breaking and entering; in while drunk. $200 bond for ap- friends and folks are beginning to A. E. Wall R. J. Davis Messrs. L. corn planted and /growing.
guilty. Sentenced to one year pearance May 25th. wonder+ just what is going to hap G. and John Powell rendered three Mr. Ilronko stressed: the Importance -
state' penitentiary.The reckless driving. All Make selections "Jesus Savior Pilot of the farmers onronls.ing +,
reported no bill Will Caloway Co-operating to Venture a Good and Lasting ,
.grand Jury Plead guilty; $10 and costs or 30 pen.There is to be a ice cream cake Mo" ."My Jesus anti l Thou Wilt" and growing the different )
in the ease of State of Florida bills vs | daYII. AdvertisementThat and candy sale, along with the other ami "Shall We Gather at Tho truck; crops in sufficient acreage!: eo
Chae. Martin.'forgery. True A warrant has been Issued for festivities which still remain Kiver." to allow them to ship: In car Iota,

weN reported as follows: A. J. Cowart charged with larceny dark. Contests are being planned The remains were laid to rest in cutting down the delivery charges
SUte'dl" :Florida Vs Solomon to mur- by trickery. It is alleged the coming big illustrated booster edition of for tho entertainment of the young the family plot at Crosby cemetery, and. bringing i i u larger profit to the

Sue, assault with'intent that Cowart bought 12 erates of the Telegraph will be a big success for all concernedand people for which there are to bo with Jones-Ovorton Co., morticiansin grower. '; i
aer. strawberries from Gad Tison giving some unusual and attractive prizes. /:' Tho mound was covered R. U. Parmonter reports the"
State ot Florida vs Jim AUucaneer the best advertisement for our vicinity ever broad- for strawberries this
therefor a check for $72 drawnon : Extensive decorations aro to be with the choicest flowers as the highest price
Felix Thomas1'W; Davidson a Jacksonville bank. Cowart had casted is already a foregone conclusion. On every handwe carried out in an attractive color lust oken of respect for this highly season five crates, shipped to Newfork breaking and entering. April :3rd, netting him $",31,-
the check scheme and all the folks are look- j esteemed
its work payment stopped on have met with encouragement and assurance of I man
The court completed when he failed to sell the berriesat I ing forward to an enter iriin, and Pallbearers were numbers of I Itho 02. Five" other crates shipped
Wednesday afternoon and adjourned. a profit and later offered Tis I every co-operation. We felt in the beginning that we I exciting time. '""' Lawtey and Bradford Lodges, I IP. April 10th, netted him $82.00.The t

on $35:; in settlement. could count on the public-spirited men and women of I BUILDING'AT & A. M. Besides a wife, he | first shipment sold) for $1 a, quart
.--- :, this to shoulder STARKE leaves to mourn his departure a tho second bringing C0<>,70c and
i locality put their to the wheel and do ',
CARD OF Mrs. A. W. Shepard,
KEYSTONE all in their to help such which Of late there has been an unusual mother who had
FROM i power put a venture Chas. C. T. J. Terry, of Lawtey, _
:Macon Ca.! one son, Hhl'P.j
Keystone Heights, May "._The I wish through the medium of 'I has for its object the further progress and developmentof Starke.building This program is one in of progralls"at the bunt j I ard, of Hilliard, three daughter, ,J I 18 acres planted to sweet corn lust
last to express -
on i I excellent of 'lor
team paper $225
baseball return
Interlachen your most and Lena Hollo year reports u -
this section the Mrs. C. A. Knight :
over top. evidences of continued and sub- ,
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last to
the heartfelt gratitude my ; .:tIn
Saturday afternoon won my : tho 20 day shipping season.
( of Starke one
and Cleo Shepard
.f a series of threegames with the many friends and brtehren for their 'I It is such spirit that will make Starke and thU Ktantial growth. JCvery week ,sues j' 'rother, Henry Shepard of 1 Kill- addition to the corn shipped, t "
Keystone Heights nine when the many kindnesses shown to me dur- now buildings started finished or 'I j Mr. Terry had sufficient left tofeed
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neighborhood eventually take her rightful place among planned. jay Go., three sisters ,
their second illness. .t..lallleR'1 mules monthn. A t
recent three
took seven
Interlachen team : ing my I
I P. Matthew, of
the leaders. W. W. Carpenter local contractor |
victory oa their home field l 11 to J. Your kindness as evidenced by I'mma; Wright and Ida: Nichols of bean crop followed the corn. r I
Loose playing and inability to tho profusion of flowers that bedecked This: issue will by word and picture show every- for, started Hemingway on a new and store Mc1illanthia building: Kenton Ga. Enoch Cnffls, of Lawtey, shipped t
attack th.tcame and your many crates of sweet corn front ., .
halt batting gave my room 2,000
; a to the Interlachen team in I expressions of esteem overwhelm thing of interest in this county its present stage of I week. The foundation was laid. I throughout The bereaved the county ones have who friend sympathize -j' 20 acres. last season netting him "'

the third inning when seven runs me. I wish to especially make mention development latent and undeveloped natural resources Wednesday The Wainwright filling with them In their sadness.S on an average of $2 a crate the Ie j
.were allowed tlQr slices from I 1 of the fine and profuse service ind self evident prospects for the still greater future.It station also being crop being grown on shares. '
Halgnts. in flowers performed: by the chilI I by him is nearing completion. .TRUCK MOVEMENTS::'. Another Lnwtey grower who had
Eperson. sent in at the beginaing I I dren. I [ is up to us to see that not a single copy is left lying Carpenter is the inventor of anew splendid l success with bin cur. f

of the fourth inning to bolster To my physician, Dr. J. E. Maine on the shelf. Send them to the four winds. Do your concrete block which is manufactured For the week ending Wednesday crop lust year is J. T. :Moore whose

the Keystone Heights playing. and his assistant Dr. S. King I I share. Advertise your town and county. Let this issue on the ground and ii, bald the following movement of truck I 12 acres netted him $100 an ac* .
struck out eight of the first nineMen wish! to publicly thank for their to be moat economically producedand from the express: platform was )Kortyone head of hogs' were fattened -
to fate! him and allowed only I deep concern manifested interestand I go down in the annals of our history as the greatestand at the same time superior.to' noted: : I in the field after the shipping .

one rua. skill In my behalf.To most satisfactory vet ture ever brought to a suc- most materials of a like order.. I Beam, 88 hampers, $2.60 to $3. Reason and sold in Jacksonville fur '

Rallyiag in the fourth inning the Mrs. James Ellis my nurse' cessful conclusion here. ) BUILDINGS FOR) Beets. 36 ,,crates $1.00. 18o pound. ,,1 i
Keystone Heights! bunch brought'j jla I who so faithfully and efficiently : SCOTT SUBDIVISION I i, Strawberries 21,312 quarts av. I.unt season was a good one for i j
two runs and took four more inthe I j cored for me. I extend praise and This issue is financed by display advertising whichis 22c.In the sweet corn' growers of the county i.

eighth. Numerous errors marred i( deepest gratitude.. I the only logical and sensible way as in this!! way the Work on the new residence on 1 addition! to the express move- and especially of the Lawteysection /,,

the work of both teams. To my brethren and friends of business man who subscribes to paid matter is not the Scott Subdivision is nearing 1 merit the movement of Btarwberneu eighty-four cars being I'1'
Batteries! : Interlachen Colemanand Lake Butler,who made it possibla I completion and this will, when completed | by truck to Jacksonville and other shipped by freight and twelve by .. 11l'1 1eXprl'RII.
Earle; Keystone Heights Mack' for me to receive these most excellent only helping to promote a venture of benefit to his community be an artistically constructed nearby points have averaged 1600 Indications ore good for

Epperson and Larson.MOTHER'S attentions I am most deeply and county at large but is also helping him I new addition to our residential quarts! daily the highest daily shipment this soaion also, with higher price I IopIcing ,

Indebted. The Lord has used self. There will not be a home that will not be anxiously section. Three other residences by truck going to 5.0UDquarts. assured, to the growers by the 1
IIA) you all to the continuing of my are planned. Work on these is to Prices paid /growers for process' now allowed by I
BAPTIST cnURCHProgiaiIJ present life to my great joy. May I I looking for a copy and treasure such a copy as a souvenir commence in the near future according 1 ht raw berries and other vegetable t! tho carriers.. I.owtcy's strawberrv 4

as* follows. : Ilia divine blessing be upon all of i I for always. Local interest alone will make it an to Mr. F. A. Scott, who visited by truck buyers average higher shipments up until 10 days ago '
Doxology.: you., our office complimenting u"on than the platform price. i iI totaled 23 rwjfrlgerutor C'ars. the
excellent advertising medium. We pleased to note
Hymn by congregation. S. S. PROCTOR are the Special Booster Edition idea Irish I potatoes are beginning to bulk of tho crop being shipped In r
"My Methw's Bible,"-Choir. tea- --- that without a single exception those called! on to date and liberally subscribed for space. ,, move) the first small shipments < thin manner. ,:
"Rock Me to Sleep", (a reading) i DeLand-Highways leading into have readily responded. being made this! week. ._. >
-Mr. M. C. Stith. DeLand were being watched tonight :Miss Alico Tharin who has been ..--- --- Tallahassee: Two negro prisoners J.
Offetory-Mrs. D. C. Jones. by police and county authorities I CO-OPERATIOX.MEANS BUSINESS. THE INTERESTS the house guest of !Mrs.' J. M.[ I !Mr. and :Mrs. 1"J?. A. Scott will James Wright and Robert 1 ,

"Bow Down Thine Ear,"-Choir. in an effort to capture a marked -I OF ONE OF US ARE THE I INTERESTS Mitchell for the past week has returned 'leave Saturday for DoLand, where Mack, who escaped Friday from 1 I1\\.
Scripture reading and prayer. bandit who earlyin the afternoon l to her home in Madison.[ they will attend tIle marriage of the state farm have been; recaptured j 1L

Sol=)Ira. Wnlght.! held up four man In the Wjs- 0[,' ALL. GREATER STARKE AND GREATER i Miss Tharin's marriage to Mr. their son, Wilbur Scott to :Miss Lillian L according to a report today to t ttIO \

.Sermon-"Mother.: co Company plant at Mount Dora BRADFORD COUNTY STRAIGHT AHEAD. SEND Howard Bracken of Deerfield.Fla. Babcock which will take place ; data prison bureau. Wright: .
Hymn-Congregation. 40( miles from here and escaped ., will be a brilliant event of Sunday at the First Methodist was convicted in Washington county
Benediction., with a payroll of $4,000. ONE NORTH. June the 3rd. '\ church. and Mack in Seminolo.I .


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I NOTICE the Northwest quarter of the Northpnntuuartt circulation publlabcd In Starke, Bradford
; GEN.. :" L. W. JACKSON:" .r nnil! No rt hi out qiarter ..f the Count Fl.rida.WITNESS .
ANNOUNCES ST\FF FOR I Five Women Win in Election Rattle to W, tlce of Halo of *-''onn 00 Six Pre CentPi Sort hut.,t "itmrUr of Section 23. Townhfp th- Tfonorable Judirea of the
i ,,, eta l 1'nt School itrtct$ Number t tKitihUfn II Honth, I Rnmre '::0 Fiwt tltunt F., /hlh Jmlieml Cnmit;, Court a. also 11.W. .
CONFEDERATE REUNION of Hradford County. EIortIi. .. l 13(1 nitf arid I btinr (In II rittt.rl County, Fl 10'- Mileitnnn Clerk and? the scat of thn
Town : Mitnil. lila be nnd I ibiv ure h,'r, bv ordi.red to anpi Court In Starke. Bradford, County, Flor.
See Who Runs Missouri "r to 'thc Ittll of Complaint filed, In thin ltn! till, the litb day' of May A. T). lO''fl.G .
Mri.] J. M. Brownleo, Rev. L. W. Hf-rMiy/ notice* IK tH\t'n ihiit tho IMmut) or 101.1..r. the Seventh da v or.Tune. W. AL.PF.ItM'eNtSETI
cause ""
of )Public Instruction of Prndfnrd
KlrMiler And S. F. :Morgan, -- --- I II FlnrMn will r-fci'Ko mulwl? I h d I. County.for the l<)jrt. the mm., ttplnir a Rule' Pay of | Clerk.
of the Rill A. S. CHEWS.Solicitor .
othirwlM the
of Stnrke on the Inrr.... purclR nf f 28 ooo no Special Tax SchoolDtNtrtct "
F ynu warn, nil nlinU nrcnst In I i.mi'l. t. ii n. 'om, rHHl.'ci ',,.rIlY I Niimlwrt'd Elchttitn. of flrmlfardfoiinty Complaint will I he taUtn aw confenael by for Complainant;
[ ''oo- 'h* It "iu .4tor. showcase The the .parllen clrfcndnnt and,) each of thorn
'i I Hcirlrlfl. bon<)ln on nr be-fore thopxpinilton
t>f .Knlh: Mo vrn.. ar tr -t \ninnn, vi It In further "rtrd hat n copy of -
COnUNnF.Rm'I: ;ES 4 n. t..i I ofnftoHMfi "nhirely l ol' (tIk of thirty ROUTE TO nn TAKEN (*/ltclrrk nnt s *|iplIf M ,I. .. nu with, the voter. A ("' 01" Court Rradfurd County. Florida
, I n t f Mnv D.. I02A. at the of fire of the four eon.. cutl\n ..".1,. In the Rrndford? Tn "
). I vni. wnnt, h *n.u .101, with 'int 'rh.it .. .",.,oil, 'ir 'h" fund >n I SIMM' ,.mIen.,). nt of Public?? tile,ulIolI ofnrnrlford County Ttleirraph. n npwnpnper of irencrnlcfreulntton In ChnnperyJ .
-- ,,, i. r 'ii\ ir nir wagonstrxl, County. Flo,"' ". nt Rlarkr, Flor, piibl'uhol, In the County of !M. Truhv.
j( To T.onvp! .Tnrk.n\1tp: Niqht; Of : < 'ilt purl nt W'If" at T vitiromar r Ja I i. o-.l" hntjt, 10 I ibv pollftv)' idaatil'l Bradford Stain, r'f Florida prl'.r to thoatime I Complainant.Oeorirp .

!May 17 Via Rrn!>onrd 1 Air Line cniinpllmnr.And i ,innkM ..nnonahluIU. Pond nre to I In- dnt'd I "Inlyn\. 1028.nml ditto, of Tune. 7th. l)2flWttncMn vs -
OCt' r .
l 1'I t ) ) et al!
Andrew' Hull
nf tho
I If voi wnnt' 4nrn, ..xtifidrill tire In he In ' ..I'l.l. lot* "'"11,.,, 00 "inch ami to I IM.ar Inlvrrat nt (the ttnld? ? Court In the .Clty nf Starkp, Countyof I Pe.f.nlanis.' ;"
GnIN''i11"; May 1.-AInjor (! 'n- "lIr.Vlt. ., mjp, tt r"n, ,, rntp, of nix per Cent potnnnum. mynblofirm Tlinflford? Ptat of Florida on the 1th Suit to QuIit Title anil) Ttemnve Cloud.To .

ornl I.. \\'. .Tnrltxnn. (rortnrmridiiR' S IIIM,. diHtiiitfiiiHhPt) viniim uttf." htIe.I. I It "%'n' .. rnint' Ipftitir. clnHut I !'ftnmmlly. on the Jut dnv of ..Innunry clay of May A. D. 102A. I the known and unknown ,difendnnt' ."
I u I* w MI. i \vi'r- not .llIunl"'l, Uvi>rIII. i nnd) July of cni'h r-nr with IntprtnttfntiiMinfl o. W. ArnrtiMMPHAT. : In the ahovp Mylrd. ratine. to-wlt : tho Florida
fll' Florldn nivl.11'1 United ( ''n- ) n! 'tl.'L ixp rh 'niwirM ntfnrhcd? Tht principal anil) intorwtt .
I t ', nilK I I 'iniiililt' Ktrwu wont wltlCon I ( .) Clerk of the Circuit Court Tnml and Imnwrntton Company, a
fl'<1l'rnb' Vffrrnnn. hrs loaned n< ilr I n And. *hp .. MOT. ..M. lot .. .. nf BiI HonHn see pnvfiblf al the* rnorntlon.. If In exManre and If not In
IIf', t 't i "in Ih" Irivpr Aorkinn toI : Hanover "Inll"n.l. In the City and! the .T. r pnrrntTSnllrltor -. )1 .. .
officlnl; 1'11',1"1', ninn'irrlncf, hl. =tnfP I I li ,al/ I'nrnnhnm in rhi i I.iwi, ../Iti ,<' I ''n. MII "v..o' avmliihlf voter The : Plate? of Now York for Complntnnnt B-7-Bt-6. pvlMance? awVnw' Hn unknown,.nueceninr l "nl dpvtneen.n pnentattvpn and

for IVo "i'1'rn tn t>n h,'U, In Tlir- .... Th- wnrni-r nl' 'thi lap' nil,, r.>K>iif w"* 4 rfrortl vote Tb. amount rf Itotirta? offered) for unto I I. I I ."nnt... 0rnrd F WIndt and wIfe Ma..

. rnin"mm. Al!1-1.. ATnv 1S-21 n."tt nrid it'anv al mimil \.",..r.. ..icI Ir"wt. l Iov ,= ., An'i, r.'.iilt win jvprwholminitl I 525 nno 00 and th< nr'nHi.al' ? ofnil homlnHhall NOTICEIn 1 torctvlnIt' lnnv Wnl'rr Silt'r and
t ? b* payable' ft 000 no (the lat day, .ifTnlv rf will,, Court E'trhth .'".lIolnl Clroult wife Sudan RHi' r. Oponre Andreivn Tlall!,
i flrl7l.fl. (IJlI' orflftil route will h" I ...< eleptlor, ret, ,irs w<.if Mi. '.innnch l\ u ru > "' "I t the five women nonitin each yiar ylnnnr( sIb J07. and Rrndforo1 County, Florida./ In (,han.I I Mown, F.rt and! Te .f"h Pt-aiiw. ""."....
via! thn crnh"nrrl Air T.Inn TIn'I!1vnv I WIt) tht wnt,, a "ff>u nicr .hud. : 'i't t '< clinic: rhe Jontlnlra :)f D... -n.tn! <* with? !!.rh Rich will bo afcpptcdfor I eec,. t",... rndinw n* M FenI A Company *It ':
.T'liVitoriv'llp: tn nirmlncrhniilinvTrr beG. rtmnind ihi tounhlilulit.l |I"l ill.I aid Honda on or )before. the rxn-Imtlnn? .1. T.. Oroen. Rppulo (',reen. In her own .!he anti If dint their unknown' helm '
I !Mm. :MrAdow head of tha .m- I II of ",?Ir'v rfiTfl ftvm. 'hi' "*h da*. nt Mnr rttfht an,! Q. M. Croon her hunband t rt'" 'tPc' '' ,leon. !'.' '..' "r o'' fintem, : Charlesr
.ltn fr\rmfr oity; nt !0 :00oM' I \\ ) <'ainpalgil| | i iThi form' mov,.mvnl wan chosen fur \ 102*. All bldlcrt" n>.. required to and ne-\t fi'Irnd Ell,. Mnnn( In hi.r 1"00. Fdwnrd \. Poe. Rwnle Pace
,.l< r m\ "Tiv' 17rVnr i I H l" mH with nnltl? ) county, beard of Public [ own Hirlit nail hy J. M MInton h.'r' !Vrmilt. I'.." nnt,? 'Mi, itn'noun' hrlr ite
mill, 1 T""Ic".1 1 --tntf iitentlf ,, !. niiiiinini I I of law So wluT ihi wo I M i- 1,1|. untnd to 'he 1utlo. or ityK r' ,ni 1 if 'the Amount nt ald) bid) nnM ..rir! &V In ,hi r own: rli-ht nnd) by ClV. Ill". .,tee-nwcd, nil of whom! are betn ntI
:, Mi, ;"i mrt' flmtnw1l! rip, mnll ini >I.,:iin" ,,"l ihiu lh Maim old n.'ki rit liiuf ': i'' -K I Tli) >thi't three jouni Union I.' I 1... irvf" pnvfble! to tic Hoanl of Public. on ber hu.bnnd and' next friend ('lItI I Itiw of Car". K Pact dtocnvd l. and nil
..<1ntri" n.. nnrl nn ..(hofhiln of I I ,in.<>r> (iltuHU ur): rOt '.. eIt.it ton 41' Mr_ I. \ M illnry Mrs Ctirl, In t nut,I ton of nrndfnrd? Cr intv "lor'daM ,,,d Pnhmo In her own rIght find by 0.I pnrtrhn, \fnir or elntmTnir.. to bne ftnvrlirl
hfMf? ) '. Hhall?? ,Biwlfv the time ','Hhlnw W Rnhme hr'r htiO, \,.itnd and next friend ,, 't title' tntfre r'nlm' or e tntff In
flr ;', trnln nf ..T"l'k..on- (' 1 nut WA I fkr htl4..r. will? Pomnly? with| lbs< Alleff. M. TMdht In mr own right A'oI) 'o t?.,. 4nnlh half of Nnrthwmt qimrterand
Vl'-;' >. >'rt tluworhen fnst The lime j jf \ 1 ; l 1'.ntl'.JrJr" "n..nka or graft trrn. ,lfcivrf after. lIttle' '* cl\rn 1 hv Ihn I and by OtIs Htldht, her husband and Ncrlbwo? .i( ,,,"nrter' of Mo.**bean t quartr -
F,1''I;i"r l I. t'lp' fflrlil and I '.i> i-lioil Their l will t Oil t' unf day.. .. '" e,' n".,,l nn>.ly 1 I. tho ""}Ran ol the I II 'e.1, l Pnnrd. stInt cU1l\rrv) of the bond can net frlrndComplHtnanta. ,.f e',....tlnn 11* TtxvnthH, ft "n,,' h. Ranrr" "
ti n .v utlininiKtfiition And while/ the I lw. rppdrr 1 2 Flint.. in I enntn'nlnwr' I'Jft norm more or
uflct th"' had
-i; I
..t.M,"".o" HI Hnffifienernl: ., -, ,, I I leW neil lying! nn,' bIn In Prndford
rMlrl cheek
I fomlnlne re (im.> i Ip 'HI) new <"v r*'fi'rr to abf" f* I IB tot vIa
Rlaff. on,, nu/itiun Ir which. te comluelaiin C | ,i"il bootleggers are tvportc'l to haw ,,. iifirtnuttrff m I n vnnrantiw* of full. """, i Edward N. tll.I>! ?,..... on. vt al.. county !Stntp' of Flora's,
,]> ilinThf ptlBrre with Ihf bid mibtntttcri nnd In the I n"f"'A"" ('.....ttn G".". Mford! "'-"1'. Ornln Pat tlrtio storr,' ol tit J W MeIDW ,- ; left) for gieener flotil' o\ent "f nrwntfinr of .'te..h hid nnd tbfnltnn <. I Rill to Remove Cloitd OuUt, Till. anil. Other You nnd .nrb? '.f von ore hi'r ., >" 11'Plorldn! tliisinn TT V. I ... :, :Ne marsh) bit bern 1.1'Iolnll'll i I I tho nnrt of thn bMdr I .... tli. ,I"I.
< m .i hu"li.inii of the m mll nr'l i ioo 1IIro I I M M*'.\,lo\v w.i.* ori on to enmiy Rpllff.j ""i.' I" 1' Anti n"n"nr hpr. "
Cltv I jot But It mn> come to the point ,I with the term tb*.rrof. same shall,, ,irClrrult, Court of th flth .Tud'.?ln!
P : G"n .T. T!. TInri. Pt eiccnt( <'II III. enmpalKn) heail'tu' ntem, The; I j Order of pert. ?,<. lv) pubMeatlnn, nolle \
.. .
nrnmted 'Ion m .Id.) r" l ?Mn.nftat' l Aimnwii and .. Florida ami? for Rrndfordfoti ?
he In n C tit of In '
where If want c
i.-fi 41 ht "punn-r 'n the I VOlt known nnd defpndnnlftIt ? .
II to unknown
that I
'HI mllllli
I'lorliln Divltfnn uround
any i
p''' i c""i' ,in-i'Inr. C CaM |Ii.1814Pt brdiml, bv ,Om Hnnrl n* itnmn1-? *'" onircmtnt 'v nn. Mnn.tnv th. "th' dnv of T.,n,
woman ?
1T P \' 1 i'nnrnrv rnmmnnder for i, in. uinln) 1 Ic h'lp with a little It tiru t, 't nrfThi'r net-tall)) con I II) have to have of 'th" nnn.f"rmn, of ,lbs I tho inmnr bill nw of from eomnlnfnt the' ol1.'nlon.In the above of 5. Tt ''''20. nt the Cr-uri. "?*.,"... m thnTovi
fii..r i -''lIlIlh\llI..n the money i wut nc Ol'tfiinuod:: ollcl- I idc It 1 t. ma <.f tad: I bMiM !. of tnr'te' )F'orlt'n' In nn.wer the
.T. S. Frink. .Tn .trr I J that ihp .|drncp ,pTaeo'
life C' roo pe1', pa T*, P," .-" 'lo t>.. 'fotnrd for the mirpoi pii'i'n acf. rf or, fot' n bf'l" nf pnnvt'ijnt' fxhtliititt ntrolnntnil ?
,,' lumfni of the rfpfptidnntii : 'nid 1 Vi
mfl.I., dr i I'. Florida Plvi-inn U f. *. of !''',nnlnf) alt,. rreet. ln" school. .. FJ >. In the nhf e .t<.?le,l C,.trt lt'r eoi .
PIc and! Murv CnroMn flebreon( hT
t V. I h. -v "',i'' V rnmninnder fur lit: BROOKER :MY CASTLK lnllitnu, and) fMn-nUMni? ? .'nms for 1k. naef i \lfp. TSp Florldii, t.llnd nnd? TmnilvrnMnni plfllnnnt' J !M Trubv to ''''''0''e rIo,,,l ant
HAMPTON : I Ihi fiilillr, ,, fr .- "'OfN. ullhln .n'I"1 .",.. ouli" 1 HI,1. to 'h. nt ""'. *.rtlbed" 'land.
Col TV! navl'.., rjnlne",'illo, a.lIntiit I PInt' Inx arfipnf. dft'trtctSa'fi I Compnn- rnr.nrntion.,, I EllIs Root antI And It hn\ln? been made, to appear to, the
Poet bin ?ffo \. TFniiwh.
Tenrtt Ira Fer-
't *'',,,, :, and rhii'f of stiff; Hampton, May fi.-P. J. Pearce, 1 i Brotiker; :May 7.-A. A. Ilazen ( By James A. Power.) ,r>nlr' >d b'd<. tt b" on,'nr>fl liv upM? ? i I truunn Dtinenn Floildn, Rallrond Comnnny. Court M the nturn ,,,,9 the "urlff of

Col Finnic, ITarrifi' Oral.i, ftBsiit-I and laughter: Miss :Mary who of Gainesville, was a prominpntVlflltO I at 1'1".1 the l nt offtee tn o'cloek of the A M.Stmrtrlntenifpnt.Time 7fh 1l'28..>f I I n ort,nrntTon Char?,. ?nh.. "", I'h.' Mar.'nrc P"II,"ford tn' Count Chnnerrv>t. F'orMii"I'*.",,.,it,! to ui'I hp fit defend-n nilhnonnn t, i

nnt t-int-reiiernl'' '. Cnl. TJ.V.. have been the pruepts of Mr. !' here Monday morning./ You mny; toll in glowing language I T'ublle? Tnqirn,,tton of - In xlHnnp(
> alt unknown to
Kklitc: !'tnvkc: : c1'nrlHin (rnnenl; (: Penrce'a father, of Lake City, have (ieoitfe: Laramore, of St. Petersburg << of our irriinii nnichtrul halla.V" : ('tnrt"rtipttl rtnHfln to n.I"rt tIp anv eat n"d 1,1. !RrnM nM Wilanv renervlnflrbe i t,',,!i nnnl.. nnd' nr thnt". (hprx ,In nn pernon. com-fn \ .lcf.nlnntt found' Rrnd'ord nor e''h(.''r','mh nf th Fir"-m.i \,In ran an.lthat I be

Ci>.1.l T .T. Summer-ill\ Lake City turned 1 to their home here this spent the weekend here with ,"ro tho glint of golden sun : nnlif. nf (b.. nM' Pnnrd of PtiMIc TnMtrurtlon i the.!"tnte' of FInn' "?., .tfhcun to ..m'>' ,In. ('om'nlnnnmno'"' n ddlp; ? nt .a..h
I lh erIPP pf t.renq uh
payola' ( "r pppnral: ; Ci""I.) J. \V.Rhaw week. friends and relatives. of Bradford Tonntv, DnrMn, I I" hInt" thi- sail A ,,1"1""nl.,' upon or either mwould nnd! InquIry' for 'tho r....Idf.nee of all call
shine In its BponJor falls I.. W KirKfTTPRChBlrmnn and of bnvlmwn of abnvsd
ever def ndnntn pines
Alarhua. nn' Htnnt pnvmti- TI",'. W. B. .Hicks, of Waldo, will Mr. anil, Mrs. Claude Houser an.! And ; I of tbe TlonM of Public Tnatriictlon .- I nf them, an,) that It I in, hn1'e\rd by: comptnlnantu ...f"*.. ,nnt, co' 'm TtI*'inn tin,1 I 10.,1 Inir, been
that the d' defi! ndnntn
ter jri'ivrnl : ('01. William !Mic-kler j I little daughter spent) Sunday eve.I recite to mo the story of the nf 11.1'1' County TlnrldnA nan are "" 0101.) tn ,aopertntn' the come nnd name
fill his
regular appointment at tn the property Involxrd ,In .t'nlnult ?-
Ft. Auirti'tinp. chief of enuineets; the Piptiit: church next Sunday., I'nlngns guests; of Mr. and :Mrs. greatness of your clan- I "!'.....f r.tnry K n winniNs!' i. .n",.' comnlntnnntn, ..II"|) .,r"- that th"v .bi In" to Bradford ComnTnlnnnt Count unknownThe T, 1.trifiph.f a

('01. F. F. Piulinf Ifnuthnrne. atslstnnt -| 'I L. R. Gainev. They who wore the royal; purple as fi.At' \ 57SUfi.fVOTTCR 1 dn net know and bv diligent nenroh antI ,' .*.t.?tv ni"\."ini"r ,...hll.h, ,I ;m the town
H. of inquiry Iso not teen all. ( to nncpHnfnwhether
Wiircrlns! Rtarke, was aviiitor and l I of Start< Rrndf..rd Cnunty Plorhln.' !I.
'h'i'f rf ptxrlnpers.: Cnl. J. and Mrs. E. T. Stuart
Mr. I ,
i of the Hntd? defendnnta' whoseat ?
here last Sunday. I I only the royal can. nny. : t''s.4y' di" .*'.irTinf ,1 1 MI, ti bi.. n"'r" In
R. A.lilev., .Tipkinnvlle quarter son, Paul, were visitors to Starke "p rnMi' nee or pi'loce of buflfnemi! ,Init which thl nrtlre, ohnll be piibltiini for
.T. I"" Johnson Pout story will not turn me I Ipired! 'n* unknown '* ,T> nd I or nil,... nr InCYlntanre .
mp'tter cnnpral; C
Uoarlmnn. ii'ilotart nunrter ma"- ( business nt the county situ last : Franklin of :Micnnopy, was from the visions of my youth I Tn tip) rircu't' Court In anti For Rrad- sworn hill of cnmp'ntnt' that they b..H.np net That ,I tn the nt e*the tnt time fnUt; ..fendtinln nnd,) 'place' should,,ho.'eI '
Col. :M R. Tntt Jacksonville :Monday. visitor in our town Saturday for? Pnuntv, Florida' In Chancery there are por..nnn. firm and porpnrail. I '. th din 1 .. hail benUnd .
tr-r (renrrnl : I a business Gilded glories cnn not tempt me J. ir poppeii IrlerPHtcd. In the Hnltl! prot*,'rty In".I".d' trI ( t..1 I 'if < .|I'r..n'.o

,1I"'f"( of ordinance, ; ('01. I I R. :M Williams, of South Florldn.Is mornloi:\ from the paths of simple truth I ComnlnlnantCOT I thin? ) suit, .whoMft name. .U" renldence or of, vou, an In.o thft faIl, roil to."."'a....nln.'. "t vou or Much

Ifpnrv Shaw Rpllpvie-v. m'lstantcMef I the puest! of, his father A. :M. :\11'' ". A. F. Raulinson of Okeechobee ",'n Inst place, nf bufilnev l Rather than storied towers OMOV IT RFVFHOF: W. wKFT t'le'nnnia., and In mild! bill relief,. I fn, prnvdatralnst
} nf nrdimnce, : ('1'1. S. F. !I)1'i i| Williams. arrived I here Sunday' evening your .I.FY. Fxtlnn "' ,mlth Pnmml, rT 1 .".h) know and unVnown" dc I In Chnmhi thtu Sib day of Mxv 11>?t.

ran, Starke. rnm'YIPMry!! uenernl ; Mrs. J. P. Sullivan visited her to spend l a few clays here with Oh I wish thnt you might see I .nno. ..John T>. .I..mn. Siwln,, Me.T.emnr. ftndnntx) prrncnn. fIrma nnd. ) cornornttontiTITFTlFrORF I K KVIfillT A. V. LONGP .TudirSolicitor .
I .
I Col.! M. F. FHnk Orala! nmiptantcommi'gnrv her rnrl'nts.Ir.: and :Mrs. H. P. :3Iy Childhood's charming castle- I \ P' Fill. nd). tar )himband It !is ordered/ that nil pernonn '. for Compbilnnntn. B-7,Rt.fl-4
son. A. I.. Sullivan of Theresa .1. r. Fd: 'P. \In"tle'rI.,\ ?. nnd? her firm. pnd) corporatIon,, named In thlnotice _
1 orrrcnnl. last Sunday. (,ainey.t home, sweet home-nt Moth I ribband Chnrle* Roberta Nancy I ff IMntr or In exiHtnnce, or If ,lni.or .
Ppnniorial Stnff. 1 Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, I Trnmnn Chnrlpy Thoma nnrt PIcn/ not tn exl'.'''nr... thin hI.. her. thor ''HAS: :: MAKER PEOPLE:
Mr. of er's knee. Thom. I If bi |thIn., .
| Padirett, Georgia: Is the they nn l If any i oItM heln.. devlnet'.i. levnteea. frrantpe.
Mntron1 of H..norlrK. J. C. |I pucRt of Mrs.: B. E. Hall this week. of Starke returned here to spend I bo rlnml'. tho nf ouch n. bo ('''nd.) nucccanom nnd! nxnlirnn nntl to all p".mon I NERVOUS AND RESTLESS
Tilorker. Pt teroburir !', president I the numer months at home after .unknown 'h |m. il,wlni., a. I... I firma' and! corporations. haying. or claim-
Florida Division U. P C: ; Mri. I, H. II. Steel aol family and tho. pnst eight months In There I knelt beside my Mother In I.h. ....,. ,.r unknown an.lvnces. nnd) nil peroonslrl.flwn I (log. any Interest In and? tn thnne cprtntntotn | Oaq pressure in the abdomen
spending or bade nr clnlmIntr .
Albert It pnrcelH of land 'lying and? being in
;, Richard F. Adnm Palatkn, president Hartman left last Saturday Starke where her children atten I.I 1- the twilight's solemn hours, I nov Interest fn and tn the whole: i llradforrl county. State' of Flor da known : onuses n rostle, nervom feeling
for their home In Silver Lane or any part of the following I dpicrfbndtmrt I find' dittrrihi,'d! follow
U. I a : '
Pnttnn Andprion Chapter As the bells\ ringing
Conn. ed vesper were of land) to-wlt : Th,' Font half The Fnnt, half nf the Hotithwent, qunrterI and prevents !!lp,'n. Acllerika removeR -
P C. Mrs. I. W. .T'1f'k' -nn, Gainesvillp I I F.. J. Ward of Tampa. spent Sunday from the village church's tower. rf thn .Sn thwpt qnnrtpr. and n,'vpntorn I'nnd the East: quarter of the Southwest. In ten minutes anti
Kirhv Smith Chapter! : Mrs. | Mrs. C. C. Reeves, of North Carolina. here with his family. acres on the Went. nlflf) of the ounrlpr of Southwidt quarter of Section gas
And repeated as she told me, "NowI 'outhupBt nunrtor nil!? In Section 14Township Twentv-nlx and' Northwest brines out surprising amounts of
2rtt) II lip
Is the L. R. II : quarter I
cuest of her sister. !Mrs. and
lillian R. :M> Kay Tampa, Tampa | Messrs. II. L. Hounh I fl. !oiith.' Rantri 20 Enutnnil of Northinwt qimrter of Section Thirty
('hnpIPT11'; : -. R. R. Oliver. W"st O. C. Weatherford.P. !. Gainey were transacting businessin lay me down to sleep; the JNorthBt lIu.n."r theNorth.n.t five I fint, All In TowiiHhlp Six (1111.) South old waste matter yon never' thought

Palm Heath ; president Thomas I C. Gould, who has spent the Jiuksonvile! Thursday.Mr. Softly then we'd say together "I qttnrtpr. of the quarter Northwr and the qunrtfr.Northeast g*.... I 1 Range:t'i' ace Twenty-two more or I lena.j 22). Kant, containing was In your Rystem. This excel

I Ttcnton Elli Chapter; :Mrs A. W. I winter here left last Monday for J. P. Crews, of Graham was pray Thee Lord my soul to ton! 21. TownshIp A South Range 20FaHt (j I>n appear to the Mil of complaint filed lent intestinal evacuant \ii wonder-

Tjplnnd l. Oainefvllle, president J. .T. his home in Silver Lane Conn. I' business visitor in our town Sat- keep." i I In said; ."..e. on or bt.fore the Seventh
a Th'fon4antsOrder 1 fur for constipation or allide atom
day of June A. n. lUJd otherwise thenlleirntlflnn !:
Flnlev Chapter U. P. C Mrs. F. | I Then with thnt fond love that for Puhllratlim
; Rcrvlc ,
Miss Eva Williams, one of urday. of the bill will be taken an con- nch trouble. Don't WU"te time with
L Ezcll, I.eeilmrif president Waldo's teachers who has i Cnrlyle and,! Harriet Ritch of mothers are the only one who Bill, h. R mov* Cfoud fcHflpd utralnitt,, you
just It appparintr from the worn bill of complaint It in further cmlerod that thin otloob
eve- I pub or tablets but get REAL Ad-
Confederate Ornv ChnF t<<''r U. 0'1| closed, a successful term, of school Starke were in town know fiU-d, herein that the Complainant" .. ,publlahod once a wek for Four con-
C ::\r rl. ,V. E:. Alliirm. St Petershtirpr. is spending her vacation with ning. Gently she would take and rock me I belIeve that there IN a pprnon' nr persons Hi cutiv. weeks in the Itrailford' Count, U-rikn action! Sold ky Mitchell'sdrug
Pixie U. I P. C :Mrs. i Weeks spent Saturday in her dear to and fro. Intpwwtcd in the property. Involve In thin Teletrraiih.. a weekly newspaper ot general Store.
Chapter ; | her father, A. M. Williams.Mrs. I 1 Miss Virginia arms I suit whnnn names and places or mMvnreari .
W. S. Oramlilmi: ?, :Miami, president, and Sunday with friends in No! the castle in your story could unknown to the Complainant
Southern Crors Chapter U. T). C ; V. L Geiger of South Flor I Starke. not be a home to me. And' It further appf arintr that the place' *
"ida. I" visitinp her !Mrs. of rpttlifonre of the defendant* hprelnnftor.
Mri. R. B. Phi("'1', High :Sprinira:; r T ; mother I E. B. Andrews and L. R. Gnlnpywere Compared with childhood's castle I name.,' are unknown ami? it bptna. prnypdavalnnt
president Woodrow Wilion Chapter I Purtlen. j transacting. business in Starkei -home, sweet home-nt Moth- all of the ,dnfpndantn those nnmpd "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
i Mrs. Leo Parker' and children .K w"11 a. tho. unn.mI. .n,' uokn".n ne.
U. P. C.; Mrs. Alice II Young! I who have been vl"ltin11' i Monday. er's knee.Ioth'r's cordlntr to law and the complainant hav-
: Parkers
Crescent City Patton Anderson, ''. t:,. O. Hazcn of Gainesville, low lemnnilett of the Clerk of naid Court
n. (father B. J. Johns, left this I with his that order, of publication be manic na !I. We Would Make It"SI
Kirk- parents th
N. hero
Chapter U. c. Mrs. H. week for Campville where she will spent Saturday :\ love is not forgotten :> reti| rid by law I
man, Palatka P-tton Anderson, I Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Hazen.1. her counsels arc denied IT IS THFRFFORR: ORDFRFD.: That
Chapter U. P.) C.; !Mrt Townes' R. visit :Mr. Parker's parents :Mr. and 1 :Mrs. L. R. Gainey and children Tho I follow\ not the pathway that I Solomon IT Rcnffo. W. W. 1'II.y.? Fv-
:Mrs. .Tohn Parker lina Smith. Samuel 1 C. Lane. John lMrl. ). ION PURE AND GEM: BRANDS
I.eiurh, dainesMlle, president Kirby I Mrs. Royce Lois, and Toleida! Miss Jose- she taught mu at her side; .<'mop.. Sunip McKemore. A. P .:,11.. "Time Tried and Crop Tested"
Smith Chapter U. P C.; Mrs. F.. L. Dollar, of South I phino Chesaer and Mrs. Millie! Mother's kiss upon my forehead and! her huntmnd. J. C. Kdio MilKKin, Itnhert .
I New )PRICE LIST of regular brands just issued. Get same before
is the (gn't of her friend, In Jack- and! her huxhnnd Charles RobertH.'
Carner 0"111.DII.IRon Chapter U'I :Mrs.' ,v. B. Roper this week. l Gniney all spent Sunday would alleviate all pain, Nancy ThomHH. Charley Thom an,) Plow, placing order. Send orders now for future requirements nave delays
P C ; :Mrs'. C.hignviVhit JaikBonvillo I i sonville as guest of friends and And! the sun would shed new radiance I Thomas If they are 1I<'ln... or if they are and be ready when fertilizer is needed. Trasportation is glow and
] all the earth again. | di-nd. any and all "person, ,* claiming un.I?,",,
i I relatives. over |I by or through them or either of them any may be worse.
Chnperones or Honor. I Itnrki' Mr. Dock Thomas, orf Brookpr, 1 Our community was shocked Saturday In her arms I found a refuge from | tntcrent In the, land)) Involved in thU suit, QUALITY first FAIR prices prompt Shipment

:'olr-. Maude Weeks Brownlee, spent Saturday and Sunday here I morning to learn of the the dangers of the day I d.rll..d an foltowTie *:
t Ennt half of the. Stmthwent' quarter,
President W T. WeeksChitptrr i with friends, I death of :Mr. Hardy Warren of And I wish that she were with me I and Seventeen acre* on the Went side of

U. I P C.; Mrs. A. A. Mr. and Mrs. !Mat Burton, of Hardee. Mr. Warren was once ai now to brush my cares away; tht* Southeast, quarter, all of Hection 14I Jacksonville, Duval! County Florida.

er, Oiala Picksnn Chapter win-I Waldo, was visiting !Mrs. Eva i resident of this place. He was the All the gifts that I might offer I I ownHhip I 6. Huut. Range 20 Enttt. and \

C.J; :Mrs II. P. Porter. rllinl': Vm".1| Strickland) Sunday.Mr. I turpentine operator of this place would! gladly give to be --.- -- --

Kirby Fmlth Chapter U. P C.; :Mr. I nnd :Mrs. R. W. Brannen of I and hoi many friends throughout Once again In childhood's ca! tle-

H J. nurkort, Wei-t Pnlm Beach. I I Lake Butler, spent Sunday herewith tho entire community that will re- home, sweet home-at Mother's EllS TORY poo "

Thomas Itenton Fllis Chapter U. I I gret to learn of his death. i knee. 'RES

P. C.Ir"; : L. P. Blankni'r" Orlando .

President Antro): Cnleman'CMpter ,.... --

\ U P C.Mn;: .. Frances" I

ClemmoiH, Cnmes\llo.! I Kirby I '( NCr .'. eAM \( .tP '(ou"'IS' You ,Pay No More

Smith Chapti-r! U. P. C.; Mrs 11. B.P 'a //IL NZ.-: II"filE
'illoik, Ocnla C.U'S 'ER'O 1lo11III000..IDo'oH; 4GAWG' I

ftton| <,6. for these Warranted Tires

Flori.l.i.!: Pi\iiion U. C. V.-:MmMnpicip r'AAIPI SM(, li.TOIt \\"I''I'\.E'' ..

White. .lackionville; :MmJrent 4Ot.

*. .Inikson faines\111e! :MiisEliie fact you will find that USCO Bal

Allen, .T'k: nl1iIIl', :Mm Virginia ; ; : "';-- Cords and
I...,. :MeMnsti"\ : "", Tampa ".J ,

I :\Iaid, of Honor are priced lower than many .

:Mii :Mabel Z.frotir. Rorhillp. unwarranted tires of questionable / _

Miss Dorothy Frlnk high Spring, ,
value the market today.
Mils :Marprnret F.lmirlI'CI\:', on I
Tun\!,,,, :Slim l Irene Titmpkmi: I

Orala1is.. Barbara .lnhnson, .

Ocala Mis Hva Itamsev, Cl.iine"- I \

vl11('. :Mlis Lucille Il'l-' ;*. Michn.i USCO / I\ \ .

Miss ;Marv Helen :M<-Cnv. Tampn. friends.'f \\1t e

:Miss Palsy Nell :More Tamp: :Vis* I ( (Il

Oraco Frl'rJ.I'r. Tiimpa. :Mn :Mirv: I tires are famous for their ability to give long

Shaw jainesvtlle. :MIHS Belle : : i mileage. They are protected by the name, 1 I

Chltty, Oainesville. :Miss MattloMcIiCOil trade mark and warranty of the United

I -!, Jacksonville--. _" States Rubber Company-the world's largest \

(:ILlt.MMr. : t i1.1.0 !'tPoll'1I1"\ \ rubber manufacturers and owners of the I\ '
and Mrs' R. T. O tl'rn. ol 1 Lcol.1? '''\0 4P's" "\'t"TO'lSE.'f\ largest rubber plantation in the world. 'a

II. Surrency Sunday., tU.I'C ,"' .. CoOOO'IE.
I .
Brooker was the visitt.ri of :Mrs J \i SA'( I'MWtl"c\ ;, Come in and let us show you the advantage

: Mias Margery Stowen, of Waio tis.co0 ,\&Itc... in price and quality of these dependabletires. t

(! was visiting hereSund.ij, 1ioTA"I'OHR"4", .
morn in fr. '\ /

Mr. and Mrs. William\ Dryden, ol t J'' i -- -

Jacksonville ere visiting relative',

here this week. I

Mrs. Equilla Jones has returnei I \ II I For Sale By

.4 to her home )here after spend In!: i 1 \ The USCO BALLOON

F few weeks In Georgia. A..ndeom..TJ..o. _

7 Miss! Gertrude! Wynn of Hampton ,, W. ANDREWS JR .. a low p".'Stio.. Hmt.. hldandiTMd. ssibkea........-

was visiting frlenda here Sat 4i i. cosamiotlon gt.tns fidi b.A,

wrday. I 'I i Starke, Florida cushioning rln" .a. n.ni.andloma, ...-=c:.

Mr.'and Mrs. E. T. Stewart o fl \ fslsono,,Jtti. UMsd
Roobbw c--..
Brooker, and fort Paul, passe d''

through our town Sunday.Mr. ; I
Emery Haien of Brookei I United States Tires are Gooint TIres

waa Tisitlng friends her Sunday.


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-- -- Innl for building under way. work to start at .mica.Center N
II R&diun H ,1 I SpriTr, ?; :n Bi tO!: ,Hi? in C,.7"(1':1: ei err T'o''( .l'r t.sMr n--41,12,000!) contract for 1 I, 11 ill- )Five! cars vcge- '\ q Llv

Newt of Fir -fdci in She: rt /urt .rat I'a II I luvts: Inlands hospital awarded. tables; shipped. HI\ pa.. t week: from

I J'miIu| \ (tonlrt-Charlotte Harbor here. t

t.t"i --- --- -- -- .-. I > I Ir )Intel WIll snake im\( .. "l1wlttH, l lt tot ;-itumtllulu to bo i t-colvod, for I
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r .1 t 00,000.I ) iii-w, .tilt. highway thiougli :Martin !

HJTSPRI uS q t f'arE Hw..ltnilll'lIuil.li11e projects ICusds.!, .Citizens ilixvuis floating
Live State NewsTOLD
for IJfcM I;, already lotul $9iOUUO.: ( ) > I J.uksonvilloVoik on Pablo I I d.

St. l'ctl'rRhllrg-i'l'nllll'ulli Teloihono increnio of !III> percent since snme

j ? bi I company to upend $500,000 ,, month, 1112.;. ",

BY OUR EXCHANGES E $ t lo: increase service and facilities !I I'ulmettu-H'porh of Palmetto I'

9 I lore, : State Hunk and Munatco County ) / !

., ..,wrwLr Cocon-Kloridii State .\-rlcultllr-I.: I State Hunk show nrveruifo deposit .
-- -...--- --- {kl society( |to hold 3'Jtli\ nnnunl m mcetiiT ,I Polk City -- New 7-foot; ; well \ '

:St.: Petersburg Constructionof I Lake City-Forty different states i ( here, :May 4.7.TmnpaFlorida. I mink here; modern water system {

the new $100,00 freight terminal I three provinces of Canada, and it Paving Contrite ,' wil I I l hu> constructed.Melbourne 'tl,.,! t

of the Seaboard:: Air Line Railroad South America, are represented by t ors Association meets here. : Toilet.. article and

herd on Twenty-second street I I owners of real property in Colum. Winter Turk $125,000: bond issue I peiTuinu factory to bo built here. .{

south, wua started today. Thu bia county according. to a census < fur installation of sewers cloc- ,, 1"'IIKIlt'ln-Amerlclin iHthmainStfunohip I .
'.: buildings will be rushed to completion (I I taken by the tax assessor of the t t rio I light lines and other improve 'I : Company importing ba- t. fI
and will be opened August 1. : local chamber of i
commerce. :
!, I ncnta passed.Dnptona I imtms here \
The completion of thu new struc -
4 I
ture will ina.'k: the removal of tho< ,, Howey-Planting and cultivation ) Bl'nl'h-Bitl" received for I Tiimpn.10: palntlal: Spanish type '
businoja of citrus I\('W Y. :M. C.A. building residences in Temple Terrace Es.
the tl
freight traffic: from groves as carried on at 'c r
district of t'.io: city.lhllywo.dC. I Howey-in-the-Hills!, will be demon aV Liilie City-Voted, to soil water tales being completed.Winter .
strated to Secretary of Agriculture and 1 1i light: plant hero, to Florida Park="Winter Park ller- '

S. Paulson 4'J, of Jardine and his party when I ,': 1Ia 't.. ''''''''I';'! I I'owi-r[ < Company.CU'rmont II nM" In new home, corner West "I ) I
Belhaven, N. C., was instantly killed they visit here Monday. They will '" -South Florida Press Boulevard and Virgin! Avenue j

yestel'day.ben struck by a' also be guests at a banquet Monday \ ssiifiation. holds annual meetinir.! ; \h'lbourne-City: Commission au-

southbound Florida taut:: Coast; I I evening at which time they will be ). St. Cloud--'J,000,000:! road bond'I thorize" issuance of $30,000 boat, l

freight train on the mum line between greeted by representatives of other ..... .. -- I issue voted on in OiU'onlu county for newer disposal system. 1 is,
F Hollywood and Llunia. Paulson I Lake county communities. I 'Io' q4.'f.. .'''.'' New High School tI .
x."T". ,, v.1. I Tampa-Street paving. contracts I (iaineHvillc-
\ stepped ft'um: behind a string: I I ..-1.' .") .. ,JI.IJ, I bo erected' 'in Highland. Ilelffhts. i'
of empty cars on a siding in front I Frostproof-The Frostproof post I *!,nE: 6 'i t,1t .. '-\ ....< "'.7'.. .. j ifffrrcKHtinir $278,853 awarded. 1 '
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of the approaikini train. of the American Legion which is .:-- : .." ...... (! I Went Palm IJearh-C. W. Zurinflr I i'
conducting a Ridge popularity con- 'I f.Q.: ::- .., I !( Grocery Company to build!

Tallahassee-Two negro prisoners test in connection with the Florida { th s.a": ..'a._... \ .10,000 warehouse Grove'sChill ,j '

:, James Wright and liobert Beauty I'ageant at Sebring, has .... ..'1 r 'I L LWAUIUM West Palm Beach-Construction / ?' fJ i -r
Alack, who escaped Friday from just been informed that B. L. Hamrier :;t. .: >.,. AI I ,of new Luke Worth bridge, to I .
.t" (
i the state farm, have been recapt trod of Tampa has accepted an in. 'p i' start soon. Tasteless 1; 1

.1 according to a report today to vitation to serve as one of the $ T SF'Re (a St. l'et'rRburg-Cunstrurtion of e

it tao state prison bureau. Wright judges who will select Miss Florida, GIgL I IK THE NOT\ SPRI9Gt POOL 12-story hotel, rooting $1,000,000 TonicRestores '4
was convicted in Washington county the young woman who will repreSent 'to bo started this month.
and Mack in Seminole. Florida at the Sesqui-Cen. Sixty-four years ago. when, even than those In Arkansas In'' not Springs on the Hanff-Winder- !
tennial Exposition Sir George Simpson was makingthe addition to valuable curative. deposits mere Koad. which are also railed West Palm Beach $3,250,000 Health Energy J ;
in Philadelphiathis of jnagneNium and lime The Radium, Hot prIll1l's. ibis bung .the bonds' sold 1, for deepening of harbor
''I 'l\1iumi-Co'lspirucy: charges involving summer. first overland tour aroundthe Canadian: Pacific Railway had obtained post olllce adilresH. These) prinir I| Grovcland and Rosy Cheeks. eoc 1
Contract awarded
attempts to bribe membersof world he came across some right of wav throueh hi', are also highly curative. nod, i have I i
the ilium prohibition enfur.e-: Fernandina-While there are a hot springs on the western slopes property in consideration of culling also a neighboring bunenloiv rump for remodeling Grovelund Bank; -
went detacuraent, were made number of candidates in the field of the Rocky Mountains near ItanfT their station Uuriium and l these which was erected bv the Cnnndian/ I t
I Ii for the various Kadiam Hot Springs now attract! Pacific, Railway and 'is operated I'vt'ry
four offices in
against ( men in arrangementJJera county and Lake Louise which the local
i many visitors the having a successfully by the !Misses
i : today before United :StatesCominiasione ; I Nassau county, interest centers Kootenay Indians frequented on capacity for seventy camp pcntoiiA Arrastronir. The icuvemni: nt hot I e S .

g : Sidney; I. Prager. I r, ainly in the contest for the leg. account of their curative proper- A special bath is now being constructed sprigs!' wore for miiny year Known II Starke Chamber of Com tUSTANG UNIMfNi
islative representation Nassau's! for the Indians, under the n. flit tin'slnir Hot l Sprtnir* trio. ;
Sebring-Extensive telephone improvements quota of two members in the lower ties.As the white settlers came in Hupfrintendenop of Louis ,\I"1'1. the named after Junes .Sinclair, nn old 'I mute meets every Thursday M
are to be made here by house of the general assembly niter the Wild Horse ('1'<" '!1.nlJ Kootenav Chief, while the white tune pinni.tr, who n tlin first night at the City
the Inter Cuunty Telephone and was rush these came to be called 'Ihe folk have a spacious suimminu known w .!tte man to hove cruised Hall. Every citizen of ,
reduced \
accordingto to one. For this honor Fairmont )Hot Springs, and were a pool surrounded by scrupulouslyclean the 8ini'liur" Puss in 16*_. The the town is expected to be Rubs PainRightOut
Telegraph springy
weH on too rovernment dressing! rooms. a I were present. 8 o'clock.: ,
advices received by tho H.I II. Petree and! H. L. Eitell, are road from Luke Wimler- tennis court and horses with guide known not otilv to OIL Inilinntint" I I 'l
Florida railroad commission aspirants. mere to Crnnbrook. In ISJ12 nn are available for riding, the neighboring to the animal' and it '18 eieiliblvreported . ".
from J. S. Gillentine, vice-presi! English: rancher. Mr. Heap Hoi-( tradR.II, 11'1.. large numbers t .(hna in t the old ciol)r bears. 'B ..
1'lan.l. purchased them and erected of automobili, \i..itnrinsr the used" t'i, luitlik their paws in the I
dent and general manager I Tallahassee-Those superintendents bathing facilities and two vcnr1I dm'ing the simirv-r months< I teeters to ".ooiire retie from rhcu- .,. .___._,,__,,_._._.._._._,_._u_.___. ( ,
DeLand leading into I who have have hoped to arrange I I ago made extensive improicnu\ ir:' Mr l Iti an Holland. sus" UKi mien i } i I' .. 'I< While,. th, /it- w i a naturiil ,
I to qualify through special in connection with his dcvelunni'in'" : lion ol. nkinc, thi .tai.tll' : 'IIr re. ,.onfinn thfoiu'h the luplicntHni( "' \ 1'
DeLand were being\ watched tonight examinations those teachers not of a bungalow cump. Th" .t'U t".r :."iit, n- tae v\'r, MI\i:. n"nl I tI I"I ,.: n.iiiii\ "oth" I n-iirt-, arc rnnullviifi ,
by police and county authorities !: properly certificated but employed I I I on analysis proved to < ol llill 1 legit r.- i n I I o} ,' '1 'nit III 'niunlnigy, clucllv" :
in an effort to capture a ma-ik I in the schools of their counties, will higher percentage of rl': nn to: f. >< i" v "ii I ,. to thi. 111 .f<> in iint'inioliilcii FRIGIDAIRPRODUCT I E t >9
.ed bandit wLo early in the aftar- .. solution than any other :M'l.i: :"r on Tit"1\, held four in the \Vs- be disappointed to loam that no I the American Continent. I.i! > > Ihi. i I the i', i i\al, ,'11. K'"i .,u"s. : I .;
noon up examination other thnn those specified ) of GKNKRAL MO'rolls
co Company plant "t Mount Dora in section 22 Chapter U122/

40 miles from here and escaped laws of Florida, acts of 1923 would Punta Gorda-Interest in Char- GROCER SHOOTS NEGRO Colder Than Ice"I j7

with a payroll of 1000. be valid. This opinion is held by I I lotte arbor, situated across the SUSPECTED; OK TIIKFT8Jaikonville I t I --

whirlwind which Attorney-generul/ Johnson in a letter bay from Punta Ionia; and con- ,, FLORIDAWeekly "
Tallahassee leu\es and embers replying ti.. Superintendent netted with it by the long concrete May: 2. Odell. It..h'l II MODERN SANITARY CONVENIENT r \ i
curried burning I lfrom
woods fire, destroj- Cawthon in u raid to the matter of Tnmiumi trail bridge is centering ''I .erts a Chicago negro, ] I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION )
a nearby / t"
church at'' ,'..animation. on the approaching bond issue, the with a Seaboard Air Line Railw.yjgong ] j/ ,
.cd the First Baptist was shot twice at Maxville For Home and Cornmerlcal Uses ,"
according to :'ir! Woodville yesterday Orlando-Building permits issued iMor dy morning about 7 : t

-word reaching here today. The loss by the city building department I j Tallahassee-The Southeastern : II. G. McPherson, a o'cloc'1! /1 ''I
was estimated at $3,000. here during the month of April to. i I I Passenger association is planningto when, the grocer alleged West I'alm Beach-Construction J J.

Ocala-W. T. Gary, national representative taled $1,373,867, setting a new rec- | reduce the rates for students attending some goods stolen from store of new telephone building to becompleted SeykoraSales I
of Ocklawaha council: ord for the fourth month and | summer school at the State the negro's possession, according to by June 1; dial phone j'
bringing the year's total to nheriff'8 deputies.! service to be inaugurated. & Service Gainesville Fla.
Boys Scouts of America representing $3,113 College for Women. The rates will .
the counties of St. Johns, <>;57; larger than any total at this be given not only to students and McPherson< halted the negro who Jacksonville-Annual conventionof i.

Putnam, Alachua, Marion, Clay, time of the year in the history of teachers, but to all dependent mem. claimed that; h* had bought the ar. Florida State Bankers Association -.-.-

Bradford Flagler and Levy, left the city. The largest permit issued j bers of the family. To obtain the I tides from two other blacks. The to be held here, April 2324. -. .
Thursday afternoon for Washington during the month was for the erection I rates, an identification certificate store-keeper told Deputy Sheriff West Palm BeachConstructioncontract ,
to attend the Scouts' National of a new Orange county court j must be obtained from this college. R. C. Barker that he shot Roberts fur new Loxahatcheo

Convention lIe was joined in Jacksonville house to cost $700,000. It will be furnished on request. I when the negro tried to run. bridge awarded, at $lG ,UOO. I I' J
H. of Pa. I Two revolver bullet wounds the SAY MR. FARMER
by Gco. Hilty Orange County, in heart of Florida ;
.latka, president of the Ocklawaha West Palm Beach-The "Twi- Punta Gorda-A representative I negro incurred were dressed and votes, $7,000,000 bond issue,
light 38-foot two-masted he lodged in the county Jail.
a was
counciL of tho war department will hold a for increasing hard-surfaced mileage
Do want n complete fertilizer for all
schooner burned to the water's lie will live. you crops grown
Jo'rostproof-With the establish- edge one mile off the coast of Boca hearing the Seaboard here on All-Florida this application railwayfor of I I i l M. J. Austin brought the wounded South.to New COO, most courthouse of any to county be built.in in Bradford county, a fertilizer made from sulphate of Y

ment of a sixth citrus packing Raton, about 10 o'clock last approval of plan to construct I! negro to Jacksonville. County excellent for citrus and Ammonia, tankage, nitrate of soda, murate of potash

plant here October 1, Frostproofwill I night, her crow of three men float. a bridge across Shell creek, which I 1 truck growing; fine educational I high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure .., '
have the distinction of possessing ing safely to shore in a rowboat, empties into Charlotte near the NEW RIVER I facilities. and acid phosphate? 1\
more plants of the kind than bearing their suitcases and appar- town of Cleve- Then tryE. ::1
newly incorporated
Clearwater-New Theater
other! Florida city except Or- ently unharmed after their battleto New River, May 3.-A party was Capitol I
any land, and four miles from Punta will seat 1GOO and coat $200- O. PAINTER'S "BRADFORD COUNTY SPECIAL"
given nt the home of Miss I
lando. At this time Frostproof save the craft from the flames. I
Gorda. Belle Johns Saturday night. Quitea 000. Guaranteed Analysis
claims to pack more citrus fruit i ___ i iI
'of local production than any other Tallahassee.:Probation officersof I I 1 crowd attended and reported a Howey-$i.r>0,000 bond issue for Ammonia not less than !
Wildwood The packing house of I ________________ 4 Per cent
nice time. road paving, approved.Clearwater'irst .
Florida citrus center. Florida are virtually unuminom'
in their approval of the actioP of Bridges and Franklin, a 2-story Mrs. P. B. Crews was visiting National Bank: I Potash, not less than ________?_______--__ 3 per cent .
Quincy-Bernard Chisholm, 22, the board of commissioners of state I I building near the Seaboard railway here last week. to open. about May" 12. I Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 71-2 per cent ,'r',
alias Wesley Wood, a former em- depot, was destroyed by fire shortly Grafton B. Adkins ban returnedto
institutions to release from the ,
Ll'esburg-Duil permit for List Price $10.50 ton f. b. Jacksonville Florida.
before last The per o. ,
Uoud midnight night his. after whilein
ploye the State Depart home spending a I
Industrial School for Boys all
first three months of year, totaled Cash with order $35.50: ; f. b. Starke
ment, and whose homo is said to be owners estimate the damage at Miami. o. or Lawtey. ,
youths under 12 who have committed -
: ) The fire appeared menacing $235ii7U. Car lots of 15 tons or more $1.00 ton less.
at Shenandoah, Ia., told fellow no crime and who have not 'Jt)00. Don't forget church services will per
boarders here: last night that he I been probated. to other property at its height be held at Long Bridge, Sunday Florida shipped: over 1,000,000 I For Sale by
"would be drunker by 10 o'clock," and, the truck from I.rcsburg was I evening at three o'clock by Rev boxes of oranges and grapefruit, I t
between :> 15 and November I: !
according to a cornorer's jury, of a ApaluchicoTa-More than 375- rushed over as a precaution. MrGuire.:\ September: I .....
20 1920.
at an inquest. At that hour ho 000 pounds of fish and shrimp were J. L. HarrellLAWTEY I
died at u local hospital the victim ,shipped; out of Apalachicola within OkeecbobeoNew rural mail ,

according to a cornoinr's jury, of u three days this week according to route to start from pot office here FLA. ,. ":
self-inflicted wound.TallahusseoTwo. tU" agent for the express company Bullet Only Nicks "New Cac*ur"y May 1.Dade"1. '

here. City-New plant of Florida .. J
negro prison- I -- --------- i.,
I --- I :Milk company to open. I,
ers escaped from the Kaiford state -
Tallahassee General I IHA
Attorney West !Palm Beach
'I $1,905,000: -
farm yesterday and onu: from a John! Johnson find "v hh.' le t .,.. \...'
It. legal
v road camp, according: to reports :'I pathway to test the can constitutionality a y 1 to municipal be voted,improvement on. bond Issue ; : : :i.
rl .Z.Z.c \\-I (
t i today.reaching the state prison bureau' of the federal inheritance tax I' Hade City"-$11 0,377 contract' 'N( !!l? .ie
law lie will Florida' directly
carry fight
J awarded, fur construction of now
I to the United States supreme OC30110C30 01:10.01:10 :
'. l\Ielbourn---The Florida I'ow'rand grammar school here.Sanfor.IConstru.tlon. v
Light Company is commenc- court. The attorney general [
ing the installation of a new fif made this statement today in referring 000 8-story office building of to 1350-start Tours Guaranteed I II

ty ton capacity unit in the Ice plant to the resolution adopted I II 8 Scwice and
St. Auguttino
here, today.-This unit is the first! recently by the Florida Takes In. I permit- I
totaling $750'i)8: !) issued! here in
Palm Beach
expansion of a aeries which will ventory congress at Service '
ultimately give a capacity of 150 which asked Governor :Martin to past month. SatisfactionStern's ,

tons. The unit will bo housed in unedin-Chamber: of Commerce i iI ,
building two stories In height I justice to tent the federal law at m.",-tn to plan extensive .
,pri ements.'VtmpnIlids
with the freezing apparatus on
upper floor and 250 tons storage I : received for Fortune I EXIDE Batteries f t I
Rrooksville-Sheriff W. I). Cobb Street bridge will take : Agent: > Phone 87 # ,
the lower floor. ; year
apace on :, i.f Ilernando county said today S. t ar t.. build and coot about $100,000. --.-.-.-"-.--.-..- -..-..-,------+ t
'Lake Stearns;;::S.: C. Newsome he had not found any trace of Chns. 'it n.'Y.y r I'''rt Myers-Track laying work: 4

operator of a telephone exchangeat !Davis) negro, who was taken from for. Seaboard Air Line profrrcsacH.O ,
Blounstown, Is considering installing him last :Monday night by a band ilfport-Voters arprovo $t08() ,. ,. -

telephone service here. He "f masked men near Istachintta, In 000 bond issue, for expansion of I

is preparing a franchise which tho Mimter county. The sheriff was ".-it. i' upply; and erection of neV-
city commissioners will consider bringing the negro to this city 1 itv: hill and Incinerator J. R. DAVIS & CO. ;,
at their next meeting. from Deal to stand trial on a 1I."hnell-Cnnqtrurtinn. !started,
charge of) slaying Deputy Sheriff 01! new mill of BushnUl Crate and
Wauchula-Three; hundred and Henry O'Berryof Pasco county Novelty company. :

twenty-six quarts of liquor wore I IAn. r Florida will spend $32,000,000 INSURANCEAGENCY
seized here this morning when Miami-LIfting of the quarantine If this venr nn road, bu.Iding.
Sheriff C. S. Dishong took in custody ban by British authorities between ) 'I f O"ala-Dolry farm tt) be local.cd t I

two cars which were parkedat the Bahama Island and Miami here; 600 land, ) ESTABLISHED 1886
(* a rM-enl ph "*riitr "f ,' ->?ii ft.at<> MuufXtnt." at |1..Jr. why acres
the intersection of Main street I on both passenger and freight (*ss lightly" wounoixt ir ih. .. new >>. rxiitoi froir tr. .in ..f. woman.THIK Palatka-March building per I #
and Sixth avenue in this city. One I shipping wa announced-her Into I 4 I ptrtur was. ,.h"" *M e :? J% earn Ia1 I,', >.w 'tseur"wa. ndtrowing mits totaled $202,900.
of the cars, a Ford coupe contained today by Slanders and Mador, |, his cohort, She "1riirU II .u in* *..v..rth .nnlvpriuurf Wildwood-New sumter county; i STARKE FLA.FRIDAY .
164 quarts and the other, a Star steamship agents for the Allan .f \ 'un.lallnn of Pnnrlpm Mucautln, Raw. '1b S...*'' .11.... him...lf.' highway under construction. I .

coupe, contained 182 quarts. line. *_!. ''b* *:vmlxi| of Fascism Clermont-Yacht club formed; .

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ing children made an especially, Grace Alvarez, Eva Prevatt.I .

1..a.1. pretty feature. I Fifth grade-Mary Brownlee.

: Further down tho spacious lawn''I I j I Sixth gradeBeverly )Cad),, ;"."':'"" .... '

L under a beautiful pergola covered I Louise Marshburn and Gary Over- .-: '. ''o :V ,i
e'J with vines and blosuoms was suspended street. :u'. *"<: ', .>
bell of I rrade Louise Hayes "' 'I/:J1 '
a large pink roses. Eighth { ; ,, '
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w Below the bell( sat another charming Thelma Silcox and Evelyn Strick el SORRY. SAHA.TA DISAPPOINT TH' ,., \..t:r..c';...

2U! little May Queen, Mary. Elizabeth land. '4 ,., 9UNCli 6UT TN' WIF$ GOT WISE >rl. ,,: ;
HOB tain, surrounded with May i I Tenth grade; -Jessie Williams ,
baskets/ filled with dainty nose I Ninth grade-Edna Strickland ilk AM' -'1, .

t BRIDGE LUNCHEON" John I'huy, who were dressed in guys. Just as tho children finish.id : | Eleventh grade-Elisc Jones r ;g3e3 WOM'T ((6T ME OUT. AK' TV /MAKE f

SAN JOSE A '.I white made a fitting and pleasant the May pole dance the little Gussie Mae Bennett. MATTERS WOftSS. FOR W. SKe'SSON&OM GOT 'TH' ) ;y:.

queen rang her rose bell which called + PRIS'NER S THev'rtYuooyj' RADIO +
beginning/ for that which was to f (
Mrs. 11. E.: Mott, of Jacksonville follow. On the veranda tho goes the children to her. They gate ZIFF PO / ) ;., ,:

I'nurtainedVedneRday I at 'rcd up the flower filled May baskets '
were net by Mrs. W. J. Steed, Mr.- r '
the San Jose Hotel at a bridge/ Dolph Walker and, Mrs Ellis F and hurriedly scampered over Ziff May 6.-Services were held I 14. ,

luncheon to Jacksonville ami, Davis after which they were directed '| tho lawn giving to each guest a at Dednn Sunday, by Rev C. Crosby ; I

Starke friends. Covers were laid through the parlors by ;MM\ pretty pink and green nose gay I to of Rising. !

for thirteen on the terrace, followed G. M. Shearouse/ Jr., and Mrs which was tied a white heart bearing :Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas, and -

by bridge in the ladies Hayncs lirlnson and to continue tho secret. daughter Hazel spent Sunday visiting

lounge. the pleasant and cordinl wekom' Miss Carolyn Fripp Mr. amt Mrs. F. W. Reynolds

Those from !Stnrke:; attending were introduced to the receiving! Mr.. W. C. Feilden l of Graham

thin delightful affair were: Mesdames 1 Inc by !Mrs. Alma Griffin Bullock June 20, 1926. J. B. Thomas, spent Friday af-

J. I,. reek J. M. Mitchell. nnd Mrs. L. E. Fenn. Many out.of.townCuests/ wero 'I tern on in Brooker. ?

O. I.. Bonsley, E. M. Johns, J. C. In the cooling hado of palms, invited to this pleasant affair. Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Leewls and

Robinson and R. F. DrmorestMAY anti shrubs Mrs. Fripp headed tie! :Miss Fripp who Is one of K18.Immec's children, spent Sunday with their 4Y

receiving lino followed by the love .. loveliest girls is the only i daughter !Mrs\ I. W. Dyal of" Grahnm. i D, e r !J ,, ,

MEETING OF ly Miss: Carolyn Fripp in whose: laughter of Mr. and Mrs. W .T. .

s WOMAN'S:; CLUB honor KiHBimmeo was so charmingly / 'ripp, wan born in Chicago, but has> Mr. and Mrs Truman Thomas ofBrooltcr

entertained), then Mrs. Dora CFieldon Seen a resident of Kissimmoe since, spent Sunday here with

I The regular monthly meeting mother of the groom-elect: : the beginning: of her high school relative. I /

.f the W man'A Club will be h"H 1 her ,daughters/ Mrs. S. A. Ferguson : lays. She graduated from OsI I R.-v. J. II. Kelley attended church

.ext Wednesday afternoon at 3:30:: and Miss Helen Fielden and cola high! school and later from : at New Hope Saturday and Sundae

o'clock. Miss Ada Louise Simpson! These the Florida State College for worn- 1 Huirh Butler Crosby, of Brooke) ,

This meeting will be the anmmelection Indies were /beautifully\ gowned and 'n where she' received an A. B. A'IP..t) Tuesday afternoon in thisscrMon. l r I

meeting. Officers for th> wore corsages of lovely spring degree. For two yearn she wa I j, a-- rJ I

ensuing yenr nro to h,. elected. AH flowers and beautiful roses. teacher of English in !Starke'; high lira' Dalntha Starling\ and little i! ,

members should nttend. Miss Norma Griffin directed the chool and this yenr she has held'" daughter Selma of Gainesville, ,

Hostesses for thp ternoon nre: guests ns they left the receiving j that position in Tittisville. Her i set i-t :Sunday: here with her par I (
Mis-es Mnhcl) Weller. MnrgneritShrlver. line m-roBS the lawn where punch charming/ personality! and cordial eri". :Mr. and Sirs. J. B. Thomns.I .

; :Meidnmes N. Sh'rnh"rc-. was served by Miss Mary Tiller, manner has won her many friends, I :Miss; :Mary Thomas is visiting f"T

H. M. Snvdor.:: F. L. :Smith: I.enfii-11 :Miss! :Mary Singletnry! Miss Muttv' throughout the !state who will hintercateil i! rr1"tives in Lacrosse for a few

Wymnn Vivian Sanders F. F. Stanford and, Miss Helen Bass. in the announcement of 1 davs.V.

Stump. .. anti :\fr". L, A. Brown and,
Assisting! nnd meeting/ the guest!* her engagement., t

-- and, adding, to their pleasure wen '' Mr. Ficldcn is the son of Mrs. HIM \rtford.. nf Bronker. were In | NOME,
riUPP-FIEMEN\ Cal i' r>,.fio.i! ore (b',' laot week. SweeT't
:Mrs. B. H. Ilostnin Mrs; CeorgGnrdnrr Cnllowav Fiolden and the late ar't' teOM-E.
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; Mra.: Harry: Dale, Mrs.\ II. lownv Fielden of Titusville Fin i, i
nml William John Fripp
Mr ;Mrs
C. I'lnnofrll." L. H. Ingrain, :Mrs Ho is n native of Tennessee but for TRAIN SCIFDI'.EFffrrti7e ,
of Klssimmce; ann l'n"e the engaremeTit -
W. I.. I'aulllrA.: It. J. Denning.An the |past several years hat lived in '
and appronching mar
ice course with cake woe served Flnrid.i. lie was grudunted, from j
"In"f th"lr rlno'I htor. Celoitornrnl'n. 1
/ 1201 Sunday
a m, : .
bv n group! of clmrming yoiinrrgilln the Georgia :Military A"n"emylnd/ ,
to Mr. William CrawfordFlelclon 1 May Jnd, ln2J.! ( Trains will nm nfrPnws :
/ \,111'1.11101'1',1, frocks\ :MissesRebefcn \ Inter tended, Georgia/ Tech whenlie -
ff Titii'\illp; FlorMi." < Thewerldinc
Autrcy. Prances" Hiiley was n member of the :Sigma"; Phi ': :
to tfiko place Juno twenty No. 1 J. Jacksonville to Tampa duo!
Helen Gordy' (!ene\a ItnhprMon.MOI.tnrrt Epsilon! fraternity. Ho Is n prom-
Birth.Mi's. GriffinlIr"nl' Ptnrkc t 1.11 1 )p. m. .
SiHer, Jennncttp irrnt young business man of Tltuile .*-
!' Trine, who taught: in the 1 No. 3, Jrelfsonvllle to Tampa! ',,,
11l,'rnm. Cnrrol ;lackinsonViririnin < having assumed i th" hotelIniincgs .
V.igh: .fhoo1 horn for twn terms. ctnr'-c: t 10T;? a. m.
BlackIntl Is
Harris Iloiithy. of hi" father. He a
has ,,' it'nM' here who will ) : ,,
mn. E-plvn. Pniilk. member of Kivvanii and Is identified Vo. :Sn .T-x-V' nvillp! ro :St. P tprsbiTT -
lonr ".''t), int'-rest of this appr nn'l t TCeat Palm. Bench fluePtnrltp s
Drrin" the afternoon a delightful with "t'ler" civic oriranir.ntloni.HONOR GOOD 6WNIN' < !
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V and who will
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< n r .. in.02 a. m. I r
tend, 1 1"', ,t wishes. nvisli'nl p..oltrnm'III" rendered t AN-AHEM ( I MAVIS/ No. FIt Jielt'onvtlle to Went
.... .---.--- with Prof. Frnnz Rnrbcc, violinist, : ROLL BI\ OFORn1IIr:11 : Yo TELL A FEW FUNNY STORIES FOR IIIIIINI. '
fnln reach :Ftrrlcp 100(5.( 11'11.
RECTf.\I. Mrs. Barbreo and :Mrs. D. L. Aut : smooL EIGHTH MONTHFirst ) t/f/ YOU RADIO FANS T'rtl&Hr ANi I WANT 'hIl
Nn. _. Ta-nnn to Jacksonvillo
'I'h.i111. ic nnpil, of ;Mrs. W. H.r rcy nt the piano, by; the following ;, don\ ctnrkr' R-1"i'; n. M. Il Il Ili f? I YA TA HOLLER RI6Hr BACK ATM E II II till II ) I I ,
I d"n"!' n VPW interesting Buloii' : grnde. Billv Powell. Pnrol IIIIi IF I SWOJU( > A H -AK'ER/ -SPRING

ii, ,I'M nt the Club. house last 5 Mina Ileli-n Dans who sang "The White. Hla :Mae\ Manning, Willi'Lane '. I"< NoI,. Starlet'. Tnmnn:3 I'I6 p.to ro.i .Jvksonvi'lo.d I //JIljflfI/( ( A Few CHEStNUTS I( AHM iIIII'jif' (II III.

7't!" i r I'v nfterno from 3 to C.ypsv Trail, by Galloway; \ accompanied Thornton, Doris Silcox Agnes No. 301. Tampa to Jacksonville. l ll / ,t tr
,,',1., l It. ,. Johns Hazel Stromun Oliver HutI i I ll t
Ly Mrs. P. 1 K. Weaver; Mr* 'VP Srnrkn fA" m. 1
VI' pnK! rot the pupils and amiilir I I.J. Lloyd Edwards: Frances Lee ; p Illlll .ate
p'I':' B. SheuroiMo, accompanied by I :Plirl'o: n '>d ""nnn'" nrnnrh : ql
i i '' fit friends were P1'OIlO't.r'.I'.j"s Mi- n. M. !Shoarouno "A !Peek, Virginia! Alvarez Hazel :\ %
sang : Train 101 l"n'-oq! tTrVp! 7'.11't" \ :).
i' l'Irl'l'ahn1l'ntll of ice :May\ !Song: ," by 'ownn and "Jun" rest May Mersr-reau! Beatrice N'o. m' fl"rHrs Ftnrke :t:1"ip.. ,

.'J' TIII .nnl cakes, were served. :Morning," by Willoby; Mrs. P. K, Moseley! :Mrs. C. A. Knight and i m.

F'-Ilonlng. : i h the program in fuUF"Ie : : Weaver, nccompnniiv, b. :Irs. I). :\Mis! Olive Rav t tear hl'1's. i. T. J. Griffin. A sent' I /

Teddy Bi-avw in AirshipfindLoin f.. Autroy !sang "Rcbin Robin Sing :Second"; <1 rnIe-Eluln., Wynn, I

(( ) Adkins. n Song to ;\I"n h)' C. (l. Stross and, Eunice Strickland, IVrothy White,, i T,1NrER: TO nF.A I.Tn 1 Iy e ee

Duct, Franr" lloffr.ian, -Uuth aril "You Denr nnd I," by I KobetClai !Mildred, MtRae. Lill'nn'! Slernber, 't OF SOIL CLOSETS! !

Lillian Stcrnborg. GraceAndreu I" I
'k. Vomln Inman Lois Judd
Solo, See tho Birds! Nest (Uil-, \altilo: Hemingway Mattie I I City onUnnncps requires .ewer
Lllllp lIiR.I,1n.thn: Jordon< ac I cornortion( for an' wnter pate
l.ro) Martile! Hemingway.lluot i : Hall Fannie Silcox(, Charles : G r/l -r rI
compnnled by :Mrs. George; Gardner i '
Fredrl.Kn : | rlosets within one Vi'irdred feet o p .
Franz Hoffman- W. T. Weeks' Curtis
Strnndherpr, ,
with her I I I l I
Leah Struth. delighted everyone newer lire or water mains.! .t II I lllh 1 w w ,aIi1'p 1
and artistic and dainty dancing! / ; then Newman Le-lie Riggs, Cecil Thom reach of l Il H+r lll i I 'J' Ii, ,,4 li{ .
Tomnlaints some!
Solo The! Daisy, ; Chain (Spaulding as. liohbio. Jonlan, Afred ham nm,, me
\\11' Alice'arker'c '
of :
cniuthe children ''
:)---Lillian! Slcrnberg.Din't :. In regal I' :Miss Kthel Griffin teacher.Third who have not complied\ with saidordinonce. <4:

The Meadow (Wilson, )- kindergnrten.. grade-Solomon Underbill >.

Hazel 1 and Lois Adkins. splendor wns the little :May QueenMildred Margaret 1'hpr., :Myra nnd Mv- | Notion has! been served by the
Solo A Waltz (BiH>ro)Eunice : .! Persons with her rna' Frink, Hnrel Horn/ny, C:!," Pocrrtarv:: of ("it'nl'Tll"il on suchcitizens. I
.1. /. Sc'imidt and Robin :Min-
hal has been; II
and the mnr
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Cnnova. Alma
Rose' tl'lIIl"loller: Jessie Prevntt
her chariot
the Hour iclc. elm" drew ( arrest for trial
Duct, Sprite of Thornton.' Hnrtha Powell. Lou'scSn : Instructed to "any
Fpnuldii'g-Hnzcl) Adkms and TVvim anti Lillii Clark her elves, :Murlj one failing to comply within th
( t der. Kvnell Strickland,
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mart (!rlener\ and Charles Funk.
Ferrmilez.Solo 1 Redi the terms of such' notice.
Alice Weeks, Lm-ile! I.nne, Luln i
ber e-cort and l William Steed her I
) Tcl.1nonr, Dunco : ordinance relating: to all soil clmets A.
(n IWIlI'l'r.1o'ouI'II',1I little girls i i / V( :Miss Mndgo: : Middleton,'
(Irulyl; ) ; (hI> ,\ Naughty Kitty trnln teacher.J outside the one hundred l feet I .
danced short the Mny polo for the daily of lime, r r'SaP'' ''III 'I''
(BilbrtMcry::; ) : : Brownlee. 1 limit demands' the lisa ) sY t '
Duet Horrm.n--I"I'cJrika: Struth niece The polo with its treamersof J I Fourth //'ra.le.A-l.nl.. Adkins' or other disinfectant approved bv 11 4l

pirk nnd white and its group- 1 unite: Cnniwa, Lois Long Tom 1 j sanitation sprinkled, :
and Eunice Cnnovn. ., II committee on
Du1lGrlll1y1.Ah I 1 .nmar, Ida, Mae Johns, Fifth B-- ns tt II
Solo Teddy< Bears plujlng in such manner and quantity ';
Grace, \1'ur'z.lllrthn: Brownleo,
: each and
Struth. keen closets' sanitary JN t
( Cnrrio llutto, Arthur Darby '
Ruth Kternberg.:> lowers ... I day. SPARING FOR ,'
81'110- .Tones Charles lI"nryIc'olilliun.: : every 1 1.',; I Iai
from RigolettoEngleman In March 1023.! an ordinance, sIS' MAIDEN SPEECH, .
Duct, ,
: y :Sinclair: Peek ; t.
:Margaret I'revatt :.
Frediika Struth nn.lMrs. \ panted, renuiring that all soil I .. :
)- was WSR RADIO ..
( Jr.. Eva; Prevail, Knte Mary Wil .
Edwards.Solo teach I closets outside the sewer! connectionlimit ._ .
Miss: Eunice Perkins,
Blush l Roso Waltz (Fearis) l'it ants. be constructed on type of septie |I
('1'. : the state
_Ruth Goodfe'low.' tank nprroved by

Solo Meditation. (rAly-l1") > 1a Fifth grade-Louise :Marcotte Lu-, I I board of health known as! the Florida ,..,
eel Adkins. Margaret Brown Bertha Dyal Tank Privy. Specifications can
cile Edwards, Etta Fay Gill, Catherine I council
Thittlelown (Preston- be peen at clc-rk's office,
Solo ( ,
Hayncs, Mildred I .. .
Hamm Hope Failure
;:Louisa Thede.Dn't r room. It Is not expensive. -q -- -- --

to tho Dance Morgan: Annie Varnes Mary far to .pet the kind of barrel has
Invitation Brownlee and Gratton Cooper. Mrs. so to,. TWO \l"0 \ \ "'" \I and! .
(Von Weber)-Kulh Sternberg delayed 0119TVOURANZS; -' FfRLj\ Ou? NAStONA"( \.FASTtME .
}f Irt. Edwards. al S. M. Cox U n fact proved bv health statistics wtJt .'t';. 'Uf., yOF c"lOM1" ON Opt "II''u'\ .S '
Voice (.nnMinK)' ? Sixth trad.Iplba Silcox. Louise that even one foul unsanitary ,
So'o, Marry C\Ue\t\\ ASa.Ou&1MD00RSCENER. '(00 WNW( t.o Ru1N 1" EAtOUSOF
Fl'I'ilriJ..u'truth.!' Marslmrn, Gary Overstreet, soil' closet endangers the \ ; ( "ltfJS"lff) ) IIf.'t( !oA't'tFoltllf..- ,
Bettv Sanders, Evelyn Stump Victor health of the entire community. NO
ENr.AGKMENT"ANNOl.tNCEIAT; : ;; ; ; > Thomas, Merrill Williams, Kenneth citizen has the mots! or legal rightto "a ; r

LAWS I'AUTY Church. Ralph Cox, Beverly I endanger' the health of his I Oft QOtCjoI''T TVIERE"' ARtNOGIASSONITt \
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of beautiful Cady. :bliss Cora Calhoun teacher.Seventh neighbors: or his town by maintaining # TeA1Pit1uR1CASTME NDMOboUT
Kis..immee'" round Itrah-Ih'nry !Silcox:; n foul unsanitary soil closet.It 12A' '- ttaTNERBtta .0
crowned with splendor "
receptions was afternoon Delia Williamson :Muriel Silcox is roped that each and everyone 1b -* PLAY w1ZHle .
last, Saturday

and, lovlineHs :Milton Brownlee. Mrs. J. A. Was. I wi1"h,1'ful1v\ comply with I .. -
when from four to six :Mrs I '" ,
J. Fripp entertained in honor J. dm teacher. aforementioned ordinances. They I VTe
Celeste -
Eighth A'rnIe-Thelmn Silcox m-t, be enforced. ::

I of her Fripp daughter announcing, Mis: the CelesteCarolyn ,-ngagement Evelvn: Strickland.. Lena Belle I i. P. L. Peek Mayor._ l -. ... ,,,,,'SI :-
Louise J1II1'S.i
'rnwror.F..iltll'n. .\ Shepard, Louise,
William (
to :Mr.
: of Titusville, Flon. Miss Hell Lord's DRY at 10
lawn of the Bostain's hotel Colley, Edna Stansbury. Marts every
beautiful en (Caldwell teacher. a m fir Bible study and Scriptural
which was never morn Rufus Prescott, \ ( /"mrounon.! et3.4
Ninth grade-
than now with its riotous gayety >t / ..
Edna Strickland. )
t radiant spring flower wall converted Tenth grade--Lois Gainey Wil- |, BAPTIST -yYALOST
veritable flower garden
into n '
lovely scttinw t.urfarMhburn: Baltic Norman Rev. Thomas Hansen! Pastor.

r as tho, which eventide formed of a a perfect day approached. 1 i'i''s Jessie Williams Margaret Dodd."Mae' I Sunday school. 10:00: a. m. I ..i.r .
Over-looking Lake To. Eleventh grade: I Morning worship. 11 :OB a. m.

which sent its cooling Bennett Elise Jones Hazel Mid: B. Y. P. U. service 11:30: p". m. I
hopckaliva tri '-Matthews, Sammy I atx N III5it+
breezes to fan the !guests as they dl't Hugen | Evening worship 7:30: p. m. N i4 bA51s
I' Dofir
sauntered about the lawn, tho Sternherg, Grace Wood. Midweek service, Wednesday To13tV nu.
Lois Edwards, 'iou. MA
charm of the lengthening day they Twelfth"grade- 7:3f:: p. m. i P.)31'

t of color, the entirety >It Clevy Norman. We Invite you to worshIp'witll ; 14YEWlMDOWSMSIt tte1S00F
brillancy Annual Honor Roll of Bradford .11. FND %L
occasion a sceneof
f this happy "gave High School.) a \ 1SUYV0UAPEKOf
long to be
ecstasy and pleasure This honor roll gives: the names PRESBYTERIAN I \ \ EASE 6ALLSTt

j. remembered.Mrs. of \ of all students whose names appeared 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday. school. I

Fripp always a friends source, out on each monthly honor roll I 11 o'clock Preaching service. Dt.

4' surprise to her many planning her -. ..e for the eight months of the school Tucker pastor.
did even herself Cr just rlo ed. The standard forth 2 o'clock p. m. Intermediate Endeavor
. Saturday fete. .Her guests werei ? year 90 cent or meeting. Miss Isabel F !'- _
roll is
\ monthly per
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and matrons A
children.young 'maidens t
l the above in attendance, punctuality, naruiei superintendent
whose hair had and the deportment and scholarship. 7; o'clock p. m., Senior Endeavor R

snows of many years .- rust adBily Powell,"and Society.

: scenes wero pleasant and varied Carel.Wbit.. ... 8 .ldock'p"e.cbJnc wrvlca.Wednesday .
gatl Wt9te than two hundred. w--- 1ft many eolore. acatnar'1iK aJaare .' + at 8 o'clock mid-week
t gap .
.. Seeottd: VoDda \ rt'
i,, 1 ; A'UelU grcrte4hogtau, .tbo., bo4. ... :: ---. ......r Y" )Mad abase. P'-tW ..,' ... sa oft1

.."1.. oree and each other. wt.Iela .. K UN....... Frink, Alma Thornton.1 Martha Th. Wom II'* AiaWary t.Mti
. Meeting the guest and directing 8.ad..r bias -.... .ti4 Powell. ,"' ",.' **** ** the flrrt Monday .,.,niq <*t each 1wa

I'r' them to the hotel entrance were IS....... a sts .... rlm-- Forth grade CarrU II otto, month. .
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1AIET i i A Smile That Is a Smile II BROOKER' bla owners county of real according property to in a Coluaa-census \.. d t 1 t 1

Y Cephus Harell, t Waldo spent I taken by the tax assessor of the hj
Bits of i ; local chamber of commerce.
I Sunday:: here with friends and \ LlI
relatives. I
U"L'et's Go
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.. Roswell Ward of Waldo, spent Fascist Leader
: I r rI the first part of the week here with l l1r'

local Nev THURSDAY-FRIDAY de'f I his mother, Mrs T. [P, Ward.

I A KING VIDOR PRODUCTION Mrs Bessie. McOnuler, of Ilamp-

"WIFE OF THE CENTAUR"Featuring >! ton, was a visitor hero Saturday
I i
Concerning Our People Business and evening.Mr. \ l I II

I' Progress of the County and Town. ELANOK nAltU IAN, JOHN and Mrs. G. A. Pinholster und

I CILBEKT; and AILEEN I'UINGLE son, of Jacksonville
I'I was in our
I I A 1\1'tro-ld"'n, Picture I .
town Sunday evening.Mr. !\.
I ------- I j SATURDAYWILLIAM and,! Mrs. K. M. Casmi, of

WEATHER REPORT ment of dresses at Stern- I RUSSELL Melrose was the guest of Mr. and ,, 'HI '

'I berg's.Mrs. i f !Mrs (i. II. Colson here Sunday 'I''J
For! week ending May 5, 1926. I 'I and an all star cast Including evening.' i
April 29 80 65 .00 I' Julianne Johnston Mary Carr '
: Mi. Gene Long and l little
I H. L. Brownlee and daughter sons,
April 30( 84 61 ..00May I and Mickey Bennett. 1 I 1 1y \
1 87 66 ..00May Mary, is spending this week I "BIG PAL" Robert and Eugene of Wil.lwoo.1. ,
I in DeLand visiting her sister, !Mrs were jl'Ul.'stsut the home of Mr.\ and
86. .00
J. E. Mrs. O. B. Ciilson Sunday .
May 3 89 63 ..001May I Futch. I i JaIf eve \ a.4:4! : \ .
4 86 62 .42 :- : ning.Mrs. :, \1
Hay 5 75 53 .00 James E. Gardiner, of Jacksonville I "SI'OOK RANCH":- IA ,t D. W. flaxen, and daughter : \
I salesman for the Royal type Miss Eunice, (i. W. and K. !M\\, I l ] .
Total rainfall .b I
week .42 Inches.
-_.r writer, Co., was a prominent vis- I HOOT Starring GIUSON .r
J. F. Johnson of Hampton, was* itor here Wednesday afternoon. I Helen l a +fe : were all attending/ 1 business! IP .. wy t,
With Jules Cowles, fi
a business visitor to Starko Mon. I McKIm and Frank Rice Shirks :Monday. \t'',
Robert )
day. Col. D. E. Knight spent last I'roductionComedy Mrs. Arrio Colson, of the Pine I \

week-end In Bunnell on a business'! A Vniversal-Je Peaches" Mil! section, has recently occupio I ", I

J. E. Harper, of Hampton, war: trip and while there was the guest I -"Picking the Shrivc-r house in the eastern

attending to business matters in of his brother: W. E. Knight. I nnrt' of town. They have many .
stute.-Union County friends here that welcome them in r1" ,
of tha
Starke Wednesday. | part SlKMoru M.irxhcrUa Mart.utt\ .laknownn '
Mrs. D. E. Knight and !Mrs. W. J. .j I Times. our town. Mu'aollnl's "mlnlmer with. '

I Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank, of Epperson: were guests of !Mrs J. THE MOTIIKK WATCH Lake ----- out n portfolio8ho: nan been thnwlfit .( I
I City-Forty different state .
:. Jacksonville, spent Sunday at F.. Maine!, of Lake Butler Tuesdayat E. J. Harris, of :Madison! candi-! '1 three inrrsrinrrs of (' ,dictator's right hand nil formars I '
Canada and\ 1 than ton years, and In railed 'I
Kingsley lake. n spend-the-day ''l-oiiJ commissioner, :n .
party. date! fir
r South America .. ,
the "mother of the .ulcIKt0'
'!'the group with !McBprs. Burr and She never closed/ her eyes in !sloop! t till we were all in h'II l ; I arc represented | .....nl." ) t :l i!, } I

Lester Price Robinson: is spending !Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Eastman, accompanied I Raton, was n vMtur to Starke Sat- II On party: iiijrhl we crime home she often sat! and road.Ve : ( 1 '
several days with friends at by !Mrs\ IT. A. Tucker, urday. /
little thought about it then when '(
Jasper. I I and !Miss\ Laura Wynn, spent Tues- \ wo wore young

day in Jacksonville. I The Postal Telegraph has op- I and gay: These Pigs Win Prize in Britain f:41L

Ladies 'silk chiffon hose I ei'od n branch office near tho depot low much the mother worried when we children wore .i. W JIII

98c at Stcrnbcrg's. i i !Mrs. Green, of Waldo, was in opposite Johns store, fur the e<1n- ,, ,f <; ... ..ri.,'"
t town Tuesday afternoon workingin I Lenience of the buyers on tho nhip-! I away. !,, ..,'." tiJ' .\...'\.\1.:.:.. '
Mrs. II. D. !May, postmistress: nt behalf of the Order of Eastern pirg pl:>tf<,rm. The uptown office I ,'Ve only knew she never slept when we were out at ."p-" 'f'ij" 'y

Theressa, was !shopp'ng: /: town Star i maintaircd\ in the office of the j night t. .. 5W ;

Tuesday afternoon. II"j ", Realty'o.( I *' 1 '
And that she waited just to know that we'd come home 'f
!Mr. Wallace of
and !Mrs! Roy I j II ., ;
Mr. and, Mrs.\ J. H. Lord and !Miss Rntledge" Ga., spent several days The Tuesday luncheon of the alright. .!

Fnnnlp! I 101"\! were( visitors; to Lake l in town last week the "guects )f, Exilmnire/ Clvb at the Magnolia I .

City Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. l Hail: on Cherry Cafo had, a full membership prosI I, /i S) r f I ,'*I
sCreet.Mrs. I Slit Tuesday. This baby oriranlza- Why, sometimes when we'd stayed away till one or two! : R -l4' l,1

Mrs. O. .1. Griffin and! son, Owen, I tion of Starke/ Is showing n healthy I or three', ; )

spent Thursday i with relatives in J. G. Godwin and little son, growth and plans were made TUPS- It seemed to us that mother heard the turning or the ,. .r:

Gainesville of Lake Butler:\ attends! the fai i, day to enlarge its membership list. I h.- ,. I.
nernl eprvlces of Jnmes Sheperd, I j key ; ? .' J i' r

O. C. Cmon brought three( handsome here Wednesday afternoon. !; :MAY DAY HEALTH PROGRAM For always when we stepped Inside! she'd cull andwe'd

specimens nf beets to the 'I I reply, I .. \. ;. i I'I'I
Dank of Starkn "hur:<.la1'. !Mr.\ and !Mrs. G. A. Collins, and '. T>.e May Day program/ held! in f
But wo wore all too young back then to understand .lust I rt'a
.F Jacksonville! friends,
a partof the! elute hrnifo' Snturdny\ nftcrn-w i is
S. V! ArfJwiWB, of Moriston was spent the weekend at Klngrley ,i: under.' the direction of Mrc.: R. L. (! why. '

n prominent visitor to town Mon lake. ', B-RJ'S; and Mrs. Edward Burns vms I Until the last: one had returned she always kepi' 'alight, .

day. ] n HIICCOSS in every way and largely i
For-nlathcr couldn't sleep until the'd kissed us all goodnight
----- Ill'll.! Stanley Cornell, of Ormonr!, ,, attended. ,
Mr. and! Mrs RI:: B. Alvarez] and + ear, rM as '
won In town first of the week visiting May Dny for child health is a .
children: of Ji'>':-cf"! >nvillp!\ spent the her parents, Mr.\ and Sirs. F. A ,,,. imHc.mil festival of childhood, ,,'t. stock A pen how of held twit I In?, r.nu.Miiiaiii.,; l.i,. limli i vk neat pate| at (lie rwem Cal j

weekend here! .with relatives. Scott '' laht'thcd' to celebrritn nil that has Shp had know that before she went to
to we wore! safe .;
happened and, to look forward to I j I
Col. Jne Hill Williams! of Lake :Mr. and \Mrs. L. R. :M'n' r, and ,, greater nrhi"'Jl11ont"IllY: Day, I rest ; -. I

Butter, was among the out-of-town daughter. [Pauline, of New Smy 102rt, is the thlnl of theRe celehratinix. I She seemed to font .the world might harm the ones sho .

people attending court hero !Mon rna spent the week-end here with ,,: Thin ycrr's; attention was> I loved the liost.:! This Farmer Raises Fli (rLI .La
day. relatives j focused upon tho perfect clvM., S. '
:I Every community throughout the I And 1 once :she:; !sfoid' ""'hen' you are grown to women. and ; : w4

Bariotrg: of nil kinds! at Misso: [Pearl and Ednn :Mannin-y, I country in urged to examine into to men, .'. -. '. J 1 I .. JI J\

Sternbcrtr's' Sa'c. Virginia" ; Plncler, and !Mr. Call's' the well-being of its children, toLet Perhaps) I'll sleep the .";" :holo night through ; I may be! ; .1. ?Ei ) \

:Mnnninir. spent Sunday In Way i them in comparison with perI I ,,"I" 1 'j

Cyrus Hoover of Jllnml wni In cross Ga. I i feet chiWhooil! and to set Into mo1 different then. t j ,,, I ';n 'd;

town fir.fr$ of the week visiting his '1, tion some endeavor wJ !ich looks toward And "HO it "seemed(] that night{ and') (day we knew n moth- ,, t.'JIt"! I.

parents, !Mr. and Mrs. O< P. Hoover. Mcssr r.. '\ and E. !M. Ilnzen, that iroal. er's ,
." I ft. Ti. GrofMi. A. P. Surrency and son !j i The first number on ttlo' pro. careThat '..., .
IT. P. !Mott of Lemon City, wa :Mallie. J. R. Mutt E. n.nlr'u, '' gram was n piny given by tbo children always when we got bitch:" homo we'd 1 find( her waiting 4; \ ,

T. B. Pinholsfer, and! L. A. Brown, : there. / i '''''fOP'; ''i
looking" after hi" property Interests entitled, "The Ron.l tq 1 rown. ; ,. ;...,. .
here the f!ir
,, tie folk] pnrtlcipnteil in ;.this-Iti .
Mintalrp Mis! ; Fnnnlp Lord. left !Monday, :j i was not only a !May 1 Day play, b'lt .Then came the night that we wttre' called() to gather u yIyj
Morgan Field! and Roger : .
for her home in Fenton. Michigan; I,, also true lessons of health' were round her bed ; ", "' .1''i'i: .
of Green Cove Springs" spent ''
Sunday in town with friends.: after upending the winter with :Mr. '', taught. I "The children all are with you now/f.the kindly (doctor) cJ
nail !Mrs.\ J. II. Lord, in Starko and The ccmiiiittop(> had !>c''n'ery fnr- j
Orlando in securing !Mrs Laura Jonii l said.< .f 't :
Charles Register! of Lake Butler,
< foul: as their speaker for the afternoon. And in her eyes there gleamed agtiintthe old-time tender I,
spent Friday in town attendingto ...
i Morris Kollnm the Tinman cork, She is well known through -
business affairs.
: .
I announces his presence! at Hump-i the state, as she is Director of ,
ton Bench Sunday afternoon at tho Bureau of Child's Welfare. \Ilex That told !she had been waiting just to know we were
W. E. Torodo, of I-awtey, and A. *
of trick
4 o'clock, in an exhibition all right. _
in ,
A. Durden, of Ilnmpton were
attendance at the meeting! of the and fancy__diving_ _and swimming. | She "smiled the old familiar; smile, and prayed; to God) tll
bond trustees Tuesday. A % I }
| Dr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Tomlinsonwere CFNT WORD keep S'

visitors to Starke Tuesday. I Us "safe from harm throughput the years!, and) then she + yrt6' 1 :r.Rl
Any $19.50 dress 1 for $11.9
while enroute to their home in Lake
COLUMN went to sleep. "
at Sternberjr's Wales, after spending several clays I

with relatives In Georgia. I.OST-Sev"ral weeks afro near I Edgar. A. Guest; 1

R. A. Weeks, of Brooker. was Lawtey a brief case containing/ I L
a business visitor to SUrke Tuesday Mrs R. V. Turner and daughter: Royal Typewriter pamphlets and -- --- -- e r '

of Sumner, spent the week-end tools. Reward offered for return I talk) was both interesting and In- ty t I.... A ....11.....* far .."....ntall.. tf tY,
here with her mother, Mrs. F. B. to James E. Gardiner, Box j tructive. In 'h. Lralalctura hum ar.dfnr4 County '

1037, Jacksonville Fla. 5-9-11 | under aubii-ct to tba Oanoanlla Primary, Elation e
: Johns. Her talk came two divisions 1 1Vyylas
Arthur I. Gould!, prominent realtor to 11.l held I la JUM. int.OrOKUB .
of Hampton, was a visitor to : First health, and! next equally l. : P. YOUNG.' LawU-r. Pie r Iii
town Saturday.Mrs. Printed crepe, georgette and !! FOR SALE-Cut flowers, Including as important Snftcy. A chili I _
I flat crepe dresses marked''' roses of several varieties. ,rhoulil l bo "happy safe and! well," i r I hnrtby annoanaa aiyaalf a andlrfa )
1 for mlnatlfjn !. the elf!. of ,.....
Rosemere '
Sternberg's. Mrs. Tom Wall, Is r.he teaches.
E. R. :Marshburn. and Miss down to $11.95 at 4.264t"WOULD the slogan/: tnttvt In the. stale Mfvlalalaro tram II....- Yr.w ,,_ ,- ,. .... u., r s t s C,
Starke Fla. n a
berg's.Mr. ,, She stressed I the nend! of safetyprograms ford eountir. aubjanl !. *lie arttoa of llMIhmitaratM -r" .I
Thelma Brown, of the State Farm, ( ( priniafv .11_. nth. If .1_ "a" .. kmie ru.91 I',,, k W'n. ',1"nl t naa
in town Thursday. for every town, and gave r4 I wur.ths. ...
were shopping p .I. of tftio eouHly rrSat .
and !Mrs.\ Clyde Alvarez and TRADE-$1000.00 equity to the committee a program for and., eoiuMiaaltfiua. ...slawA.. '--" I.

Mrs. J. E. CorpcninK and Mrs. family of Jacksonville spent the j in house and lot In Jacksonville., safety, to bo held\, in Starke. Children ,, J. THOMAS :

David Moore were visitors to day Sunday at their Kingsley lake bringing over 10 per cent Interest should. l bo safeguarded against i
the Investment, for a few I MKMHKR: ; RrilOOl nO4BI -m.t. N. 1.
Gainesville Wednesiday. cottage 1 in nil continuous; diueases.! Mrs. Reid I hiTclty announce. .. ..n land
acres of good truck talk records' Ion Unard.Dlxtrlrt .
in her ave( amazing aa member of thoo'h..1/ | Big
Miss Lorene Carter of Plant Miss! Grace Shelldrake, who has Starke or Hampton. P. O. Box of deaths! of children, from accidents Nu. ,1. Umttnrit I eonnty. 1 willriintlniia ,
to fivm the duties of the nffle.my
vis. the winter here left Thurs. ,, 35B. Live Oak Fla. 4-9-Bt which might have happened .
City, was in town Wednesday spent m< t *.n.*' attention. L. W. KICKI.JTBH
iting friends.!! day for her home In Philadelphia, i, had saftey be< n taught to .
Pa.., accompanied by her sister :Mrs. ..hll I htrthr announce mea.lf eanrlidato for
Miss May Jones, of Hampton, A. W. Anderson and two children, her work both for the safety and tnomurr of the ftchnul. lineal o Dlntrict No. I our .
to town Wednesday' who will remain in that city fora Be Neighborly! health of every child in Florll\! 2. and! oromlaa a faithful pprfornianr. of
was a three months visit. Miss Virginia Pcaie, of Jacksonville the dunes of tho oil""'.. If .,loeu. <,l. 1 to- ; ,-r 7 ,",//iii uaIWlorWUisuima, ",;;:..>iiiiio""fiiijj'. ......iiiJiiiliiJ..ii, afternoon.Mr.. I you are one of those who" halt" the aupport of the vnltra' at. the Juno /
: IF written for 1 Charles, who possesses a beautiful soprano primary 1C. I). MAY
.. and Mrs. II. M. Barker, of Friends here of Dr. and Mrs J. William Si ore*'Catalog of biff voice sang*, "Holiday," an I $ $ $ $ $ :
Plant City, were \in town Wednes- E. Maine of Lake Butler, will be bargains and havenot received "Winds of the South" by John HfHOOL B04KD. DISTRICT 1I

y. day afternoon visiting friends. interested to know that they will\ i it we arc sorry.demand The reason for this i I., Soott. I daairo, to to..:onnao offleo mr oi masher caniliilitay, ,/ of the forroalKlloB ", .. '""rooihl.i d... ,, ,ii, ..iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiilliiiiiiiiaiijj iiiiii..."iiiiiiiiiiio, .....'.......... IIYWnYILaarWl.htelat' .
leave shortly for New York City, an amazing Little Miss Hazel Oliver of Baldwin echo! board larlat S. .ublct to the.
take book ha. exhausted our sup action of the Damoorotio. primary JunoHth. DEPOSIT that First Dollar In Hank interest
where Dr. !Maines\ postgraduate our on
Miss Cuemila Harter, of South I'ly.Ve earnestly ask you to rave to lovely piano numbers, on.) _u.. tho. votara of my oontlnuarfbe ;t
Carolina, is here visiting her mother work for the summer. borrow a catalog from one showing wonderful talent for her effort la. their' kabolf. land let It earn WAGIS; FOR YOU. k'ljTW 'jutting b
!Mrs.! W. M. Monden. of our C\Jllomer.-there are aire.! She played "Lily, of the Valley --.. other dollars with it.
Miss Ruby Poppell who has been I many in your communityand ," by Smith and I/Argentine, by I IT WILL BE a wonderful pleasure In seeing the stead- f
school in Mims, -for the we are sure they will
Any dress in the house for teaching home last week to oblige you and us.of Ketterer. COUNTY COMMJSSIONIK--DI8TBICT I'' fly Increasing balance ill your bank book, aided by com- \\1

':$11.9.: at Sternberg'a Sale. past spend term her, came vacation with her par. our old customer w..... please Bounty I hrroby. .',::-7':: from any aantlltlacy Dlatrlet. ThraoHubjMit faa I pound interest credits /1
I bulpuianJyouelenfortunaune iuH* NOTICE '
Judge A. V. Long of Palatka. enta, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Poppell. for Ito....by.hU.loaning. them your catalog: n.mo.r.t.lPi to the oatloa_., J.of..the Mth.voter if. roolotfriod at to* I ALI, 01"" TIllS will help make it easy! to keep up the

... I will .ont... to .1.. thai dutlao of tk.1 work
w.could foro Knott
has been In town this week presiding of Chatta- demand would not ho for o howare.tthe tbia catalog' There will be services at Saxon ,.bfflro my .....r.l. oowalantiniM a't.ntloJ .. .
at the spring term of court. Mrs. E. J. Everton, ] .n J a* ":'WSC"b: Ml J untraar balo Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by 1. UNDERHILL. I
visit; : I
Tennessee is here on a Catalog I f
nooga, ao aoon
,. Rev. J. V. Robinson pastor of the POt) COafMISSIONBB DISTRICT ..
I .h. haidlYpracttcibtetoprlnra -
Rev. W. E.'I aoonu ? a" Erlyd' Meature of 1\-0'0"'
: Janet with her brother, .
and Mils fmhaupplvof I hereby mraolf eondllatfnr
b'eboo" Methodist church. Bvery- o.nnoonca aa a
, .i.it" Mrs. C. C. Hoppe the week- Daugherty. bcf....Am apoclai.. .catalog. la...... Lawtey r.N. _tlon a. aunty enmmlflalonor, I RoU '
t I f.taiDurden/ of Tampa, spent W. have .u the bit barcaina that | body invited to attend., dlatrlet No. 4. Hampton.. Th...... aorfOrmhain. of.tonor"! 13anll
I ':end ber .: scfth their sister, Mrs. ..... .... ouv cataluil ao popular. and If r.-.1 l_ will oontlntM Mrive 0" FftmMeafunof( JeMe1 .
Extra, Extra. Special Sale and craafad the hops dooiand. buunloftunatalv Fi I .aeat8 the. oounty tho brat sere!.. I v )r
Political Ailaouae
L. BeeaJ wo w. no nun [It', .
presses at Steinberg's.Mrs. book. Hooam.MoaroUenaUMB.ra t' .plbl. of. I aoliclt your oto at the pro
on .n4..oe..Weo-op.. ...wltteiMtnar '. BraJtaKCovatj mary "..... s"' O. W. HINBOM
4 Dr. W. E. Middleton, spent Tues- fo' will ..-. a .... ...'... to To the, I DmwMratla taka ,.... method: volara of ot ann. a.1aa> w .
Wednesday and Thursday in R. S.-Johns and ion, Geo.; '' _.....>*sheer ..........., my .m..i\tr t\ fop tte afire of "--.. rbtt.COUNTY COMM8r1IONEH.| : DIHT. I BANK OF STARK i I

,d."K Cainesrille day attending the staU me- went to Starke Wednesday morning W.tkrk_ tt_. If ....... I .ia..-. faithful, sad .. I ooooty hereby aomailaaloiior announoomraolf. District'e candljatfor No. S.'. .

:; tj ...a w.ei+iMD. sdMMttttr<..(. fdaby ])Mrs.JoTnla' ;8:..IB* WILLIAM !lrOAt1 1.d.Yralyl__ I.yw.'a fllrefiv ---4 __.. -wr. aN __. t "S nJc 01 Helpful Servile." f,1:
t motile and left 'for a visit _-.. Near. Yra Crap Ra... asrtr Ma t tons) r fMtatalo '
snaSf ; MM Jtnt reedited a new ship at Mreral) point In tile !aootbcrfl ) y. w .. ........ okot m*. HomooUiiUy. A, &.. ORIIZM.wa. .

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::::;> ing children made an especially! Grace Alvarez Eva Prevatt.

J.a.t' pretty feature. Fifth grade-Mary Brownlee. .. 'f
Further down tho lawn Sixth Cad :,. ,
: spacious grade Beverly ) ; rte
I Q/i0ve\- under a beautiful pergola covered Louise Marshburn and Gary Ovoi A ;"i 1 },.4 f /2

with vines and bloauoms was sue street. ;. "w:7JJ.I! '" ..
pended a large bell of pink mere i Eighth grade-Louise hays, ._'iIfJ.:7'"'' ';'l .

Below thc bell Bat another charming ', Thelma Silcox and Evelyn Strict + SORRY; SAM. TA DISAPPOINT TH' 4f6uMct4 : ...': .
Phoiu-*!) little May Queen, Mary Elizabeth land.Tenth .(..,: aur TH* witf?*. for wise.TA .t! (: .

Bostain, surrounded with May; I grade-Jessie Williams.! .
baskets filled! with dainty! nose Ninth grade-Edna Strickland .f

BRIDGE LUNCIIKOtf' AT. John Ph ny, who were dressed I In gays Just as the children finished I I Eleventh grade-Eli e Jones! r t LET MS. our.-- AM TV? MAKE :I

BAN JOSE i white made a fitting and pleaser 1 the May pole dance the little Gussie Mae Bennett. MATTeR.s WORSE. FOR we swe's GOT TH'4PRISNER'S > ...
beginning for that which wan to< queen rang her rose bell which called SOM&OM TK' RADIO\\ I'

Mrs. II. E. Molt, of Jackson- follow On the veranda the guest the children to her. They gath-! ZIFF

rills, entertained Wednesday at were met by Mrs. W. J. Steed, Mrs. Ted up the flower filled May baskets

the San Jose Hotel at a bride! Dolph Walker and, Mrs. Ellis !'' and hurriedly scampered over' Ziff May 6.-Services were bel, J'x

luncheon to Jacksonville amEtarke Davis after which they were diI I I tho lawn, giving to each guest a at Dcdan. Sunday, by Rev. C. Crosby ,

friends. Covers were laid rested through the parlors by Mrs. pretty pink and green nose gay to of Rising.

for thirteen on the terrace, followed l- G. :M. Shearouse, Jr., and !Mrs which was tied a white heart bear I :Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas, an,1,

by bridge in the Indira IIajnc'8 Ilrinpon. and to continue ing tho .secret daughter, Hazel, spent Sunday visItinff -

lounge. tho pleasant and cordial wclconv Miss Carolyn Fripp Mr. and. Mrs. F. W. Reynold i
Those from Stnrke attending were introduced to the receiving! Mr. W. C. Feilden of Graham s $ r. i t

this delightful) affair were: Mc,. 1'ne> by !Mrs Alma Griffin Bullock Juno 20,1926. J. B. Thomas .spent Friday of i L

dames J. L. Peek, J. M. Mitrhell' and Mrs. L. E. Fenn Many out-of-town guests were ternoon In Brooker. iI I

O. L. Bensley, E. M. Johns, J. C. In the cooling nhado of palms,, invited to this pleasant affair Mr. and Mrs J. W. Leewis am

Robinson, and R. F. Damorent.MAY and KhruliK, :Mrs. Fripp headed tu! Miss: Fripp, who is one of Kla- children, spent Sunday with theldaughter i I I I

rifeivinjj lino followed by the lovely ilmmpe's loveliest girls is the only : Mrs. I. W. Dye of. Grahnm. -

MEETING OF in wlnsn: laughter of Mr. and .
:MICK Carolyn Fripp) Mrs. W. .1. / Jfi Ra
i WOMAN'S' cum honor Kimlmmee was HO charmingly ''ripp, wan horn in Chicago! but has :Mr. and Mrs Truman Thomas, of ?

entertained, then Mrs. Dora C Seen' a resident of Klssimmpa sine: BrooVer, spent Sunday here will /i

The regular monthly mei-tlnn 1'ielden mother of tlw: Rroomelecther tho beginning: of her high school relatives
ef the Woman's Club will\ he hl'H i ioxt R-> J. II. Kelley, attended (churclnt _
daughter Mrs. S. A. Ferguson lays. She graduated from Os- v. i -
1I Wednesday afternoon at 3:31: ( find i I !MIHS' Helen Ficlden and 'cola high( school aid later from i New Hope Saturday\ and :Sunday; II I I ,

o'clock. Miss Ada Louise !Simpson=: These the Florida< State College for wom- i Hiifrh' Butler Crosby, of Brooker, I n\

This meeting will he the annual Indian were beautifully gowned and 'n where she received an A. B. spent Tuesday afternoon in thit r

election meeting. Officers for the wore corsages! of lovely spring degree For two years she warteacher : 81'I'.I"n. i I
ensuing. ypnr arc to b0 r-lctted. AH beautiful of } **rs Dalnthn Starling, and little ;
flowers and roses English in Starke high : r
members should
i'' for the afternoon nrrl irursts as they left the receiving j that position in Titusville. Her I sp nt Srndny here with her par.et J2

l MiR ps Wnnr1Vller.! :Mnrguprit': line ni'roHS, the lawn where punch ,charming, personality and cordml'nanncr I :Mr and :Mrs J. B. Thomas -- .

Shrivpr: :MpndnmPR N. Rtprnly>rr, was f-rved by Miss Mary Tiller, has won her many friends I Miss :Mary Thomas, Is vlsitinprf'lt'vns ;
IT. !M.\ Snvdpr, F. I. !Smith=: LenthMl
Miss: :Mary Singletary' Miss Matty throughout the state who will he ; in I.ac rosso for a few
Wyman Vlvlnn :.Sunders;/ F. F and. Helen Base days. Shat/
!Stanford: Miss interested! in the announcement oCher ( : )

Stump. Assisting, / and. meeting the guest.' cnpngemont."Mr. I V" and :Mrs. T.. A. Brown nmlsci I -

-- nod adding their pleasure weru 1 Fielden" ) is\! the son of Mrs. ; \1 forl. rf, Bronkor. were i in I Howe SWEET

FRIPP-FIEI.DEN Mrs. B. II. Ilostain Mrs. Georj"CanlniT '! Callowav Fifldcn and the late Cal-I oi"-; .,.>1tii! ore d'l" ln.t week fOM&.

Tllr and Mrs Wllliim! John Fripp ; :Mrs.' IJ'irry: Dale Mrs II.. loway Fiolden, of Titusville, Flu.Ho : SCHFDl'l.EEffortive I
C. 1'luno; Mrs. L. 11. Inpram, Mrs: is n native of Tennessee but' for TRAIN I r
of Klssimmee, nnnoynrp the engapemerit -
W. I,. Pnulk! Mrs R. J. Dvnranff. the past several yours' has lived in
and npprnnching/ mar-
i ice with like was served He I
An loiirM1" Florida. was graduated from
rinse! of their dwbtrr.! Crawfordripldon )hy a trroup of eharmiiiK/ yonniIflih the Georgia :Military Academy. and : 1201 n. m., Sunday.
tn Mr. Willinm
n M.iv ?n.l.l 102f!. Trnins will run mfrllows :
t.f Titnsvlllp.; Florid. ,. Tho in vui i-i, ijnred frocks, :MissesRehircn Inter attended Georgia Tech, where
Aulrcy, Prances Biilpy, hp was a mpmhpr of the S:;inUPhi! !!:
vcvldini' to tnltn place Juno twenty.
IIelt] Clordy Geneva lloberson,, Epsilon! fraternity. lie is n prom No. Jnckyonvilln to Tampa duo
In the Mnrsaret: !Siftler'; annc-ttp> Griffin' I 'rent young" business! man of Titm-I Ptnrke 11.11 t p. m.
who taught
I "Viol horn, for two/ terms Irene, ln I'ntl1. Carrot Mlwkln'w"' ,, ,vHltf having assumed tho hotel i No. :Ji, Jrrksonvillo to Tampa d'i!)

high hern who will Vlnrlnin Harris, Uoivlhy] lilack. business of his father. lie. is II'' I=?:tnri-p, 10T-i n. m. .

hns mnrv,. uv, f'icmln Irfrpst of this and' K..'pl-n' Piuilk. I member of Kiwnnh and, Is !identified I Vo. :im .T-rV'"nvIllp. to St. P..tershnrif .
Ifirn ar-
Tiri, M, 1 1'I'"t.:,. nnd who wIll' pf- P'-iin" HIP afternoon n dpllirht with rot'II'"' ivic organisation-. and! West; Palm Beach due I GOOD t3V'NIN' e.V'RYf3ODY4 ERANAHfM '
PtnrVp, 10.02 a. n.
bond l 1 1". t wishes.RncirL ful inimli-nl |rrifriiii| ) was rendered 1 : I I HAVE FSEEN ASKCD '
tl, .- .-.- ,- _.- with I't-of. Franz Bnrbce violinist, t1OSOlt;1 ROLL l BRADFORD No. R11 .Tnrk-oivllle to WestPnl'n YO TELL A FEW FUNNY S IU "
1.'I'bl Mrs. Bartireo anti) Mr'''. D. L. Aut. I HIGH SCHOOL( EIGHTH MONTH Peach tine' Rt"rk-p 10,0(1.( p m. YOU RADIO FANS T'Nic r AN' I ,, '
of 'Mr,. W. 11.Fd' ,, No.2. Tn-nia: to .Jacksonville,. Iillll'Ij Ij ( WANT I'I.
ni ie nupllH roy at the-" piunu, by tho followin: I Yp TA HOLIER RIGHT BACK ATM E il Ilef till .
dup tnvltp1'i ,.
I ." >,1 i '''f1\'C''n vrv !Interesting soloiuMs, : First grn-- Eillv Powell!, Carol l n. m. II IF ( SHoutD AH-AH-E R I

i r- i1 ,,il nt the Club house lost Miss Helen Bass who sang "Thu White. mla :Mae Mnnnlmr" Will! I No.I. Tnmnn tiv Jacksonville\ -f A F E W CHE ST N U TS I : ( ii IIII I If
Tli afternoon from 3 to :5 ,d'"- !its=' rkp :h-46 p. m. Il iiII II, i
: v; Gypsy TrniL" by Galloway\ accompanied I !Mae Thornton Doris Silcox Agnes I III IIIjIJ I ,
No. 301. Tnmnn to Jacksonville II ill
..',1.,1, : [by Mrs P. K. Weaver; :MM. Johns, hazel: Rtroiiuin' Oliver linttn I II ( ''lr
tie 11:4"! .
,.Tuts nt the pupils and a ( Rtnrkp n m.Ptnrl'p I
VI p g .1. B. Shoarouui-, accompanied by I Lloyd Edwardn, Frances LOP j
'ipnltr, ,iif friends were preBC'1t.n"p..i :MrG.. M. Sheaiounp'; < saner "A ; Peek V"'ldninI'nrez., Hazel :Morgan. n"d :
TIn 101 'lon''nq I StirVo: 7-40 ,
ice .
of I
I iff' ) icfrcshmonts and "Jum-, Way! Mcrsprcau, Beatrice
May Song, by Cuwnn .
Nn. 10" ni-rhps' Ptnrke 31): p. I
""J' :\11111:\ I cakes were served.F'dloting Moinlnf.. ," by Willcby; Mr, V. 1 K.Wenvpr :Most'ley, :Mrs G. A. Knight and I

I !i' the program in full: aceompnnlfil! bv !Mm.[ D. :Miss Olive) ]ISav: tencheis.Second m. I
T..1. Griffin ArentM
5nlo] Teddy Bears in Airship. L. Autrey sang: "Unbln Robin, Sing i iII '; grade-Rlninn Wynn, .. -, I

(<'radVlLoin i ,I Adkins. Sons to MP;" bv r. G. :Strons; and I Eunice Strickland, Dorothy White, VREH: TO TIP M.TI I

Dart Finn Hoffman-Ilutb anl "You Dear end I," by Robe Mildred. ;Mi RHP, .minn Sternher1, OF SOIL CIO ETSCitv I

Lillian Sternberg. Claik. I Voniln lumen, Lois! Judd,I, Grace I
Snlo !Sec=: the Birds, Net (WI1)1'0) ,, ordinnncps, requires sewprrnrnort I
I Anilreu tile Mnt- r
:Mm Hemingway,
Little Mi's! Ailpjtha, | .Tordon. accompanlrd / ( na
) -Mnrtilp: IfcmirKwny.Duet ; Ion for nil' wnter priwrlnsrts
I ryditWuI
tie !Hull Fannie Kilcox, Charlc-s I
/ by Mrs: Ocwrpo Gard-
JnfmllR-l"redrl-" newet. .
( ,n.lrl'd fort
Franz within one '
with herartistic Slinmlburg! W. T. Weeks I Curtis
Kn and, l.cuh Struth. niidillirhted everyone) : .,- line or water mains I i 1 w t
Newman Le- lie nA'A' Cecil Thom II I J
; \ t -
and "l unty dancing: ; I 'I1I 1
Solo, Tii! Daisy;, Chain (Spnulding is. Huhblp, } Jordan Afrcd llamnin. Comnlnints reach mo of some Ir
the children of :Mrs. Alice
)---1 1 ii han SlortiberK. cni'W/ < I I ;Miss Ethel Griffin, tent'her.Third who hive not complied, with said"dinsnrn ll I'nrker'! klndernarten. In rpualsplrndnr
Duct The Meadow; (\ViI"ul1)-) .. .
I.'I'IIIIL'-8010111Bn: Underhill! 5L1 %
wiis thp l little May Queen I I Iy'
'l nnd Lois Adkins. Notice has been sprvpd by the
lln ( .
I :Margaret FI".hl'l'TYI'a: and TIv-
:Mlli'ri',! ) Tcrsons, with her attendants
Solo A \VnlU (Uilhro-I) Eunice rna Frink Il'i/el way. G." I fpcrpfnrv: of ('It v Council on much '
.1. 1.k'lmi: Cnnovn I IThornton I ,:--itl7pn. and thp marshal has hccnnstrncted .. J1J A
., who ,drew her chariot, Rose tl'udeIOl.4l'r: Jessie Prevatt Aim:) .
Duet, :Sprite:: of the HourFpauIUii'tf I to arrest for trial any
Hartha Powell I.oulsr
I'rvnn' nml Light Clark her elves 3
Adkins i und iilr
)lla/el: comply within thnthp 'ItV
foiling to
( Stuart' Jriener; and, Charles l Funk, 'nydrrnell Strickland MurlbWeeks. I inp ( ,
Alice F'rruuadez. Luoilp Lane, Lula n..d'i( ln terms of such notice. Another I I- \ .ft
her IIn,1'Illium Steed hertniln
e-coit col
Sol..,, (n > Tt' Id.Ui.'ar. llunro "bearer. Fourteen littlo girls 'nve. :Miss, :Madge lIfh1
(OrllI; );; (hl.NUlljthty Kitty *ts o'* ids the one hundred feet .
!\ for the
danced nboi't May polo
:Ms.ry' Brownlcc. the daily of lime,
(C.Hiro; ), -- limit demands use
I Duct, 1I0ffl11n1"l'cdrika: Struth queen. The pole with its utrpamerx ; Fourth I'l'ndrA-I.oill Adkins, ether dllOlnfl'rtantlppro"I',1, hv
of pink and, white and! its proup- Eunice Canovn, Lois Long, Tom I ir sprinkledn
and Eunice Cnnovtt. "ommittpp on sanitation,
Ida Mae Johns Fifth 13
soar, --
Ball tcppn ->
Solo, Teddy Bear jilnjinii such manner and quantity ns
Grace; Alvarez Martha
(Url\dy-IA'nh) Struth I'ownlt.e'j' closets sanitary each and
C'arrio llutto, Arthur
!Solo=: -Until SternbeiK.Duct -blowers very> day. )( <<::PARING FOR 'v
.Tones, Charles Henry :McMillinn, -
I Q.-uittt from RiKoU-tto In March 1021. an ordinance 4IS MAIDeN SpeeCH- 4w .
: Sinclair Peck
Margaret Prevatt
Ir'mI11-Frt'd1'ikl1' Struth and rpouiring that all ,olltoasts '
( Jr.. Eva 1 Prevail Kate Mary Williams. va* passed I wen Tue. RADIO .
connection 4. .
Mrs Edwards outside the sewer
:Miss Eunice Perkins, tcaibpr. -
Solo, Utah Rose Wultz (Fcaris) 7&, limit bi constructed on type of sen-

_Ruth Goodfellow. tic tank approved by the state ,
Solo, Meditation (Ciraly-II.-) Fifth grade-, -Louise, Marcotte, hoard of health known as the Florin i i. I

xel Adkins. t 1 4 SRS Margaret Brown Bertha Dyal Lu- Tnnk Privy. Specifications cane -
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Solo, Thistledown (IVeston.I.ouina )- rile Edwards, Etta Fay G'll: Catherine seen at clerk's office, council

ThcJc. Hamm, Hope Haynes :MilI I oom. It Is not expensive. Failure -- ,. -- --ncattyFM

Pnct Invitation to' the Dance .t'a red Morgan Annie Varnes, Mary I| .10 far to pet the kind of barrel has
und Rrownlee and Gratton Cooper. Mrs! j %'A. eGttI1OM'e6.T01N1LWFERL
Ruth SternhtTU .
(Von w.h'r-I "lelaved enforcement.It .
? -! Wvt11 Ou0. NATVONAAS'TLMEw \
TlT,. Edwards.So'u. '! % S. M. Cox teacher. I Is a fact proved bv health sta-. \ "eollf"C out\ AND tits .
(I.xnwitiKFrcdnka )- Sixth II'rale-\.lbu: Silcox Louise foul unsnniarv -
'! Merry Voices i"tlcs that even one ? AIL .100 WNW. BABEEu1H 1b0EA1006OF

:Struth. Marsburn Gary Ovcrstreot, '' : soli closet endangers the .( bNvFySNl ft) e'Ai' < earns.( "oa-,. .
. -.-- 't t 1ti1s Bettv Sanders, Evelyn Stump Victor 'I h ipnlth of the entire community. No IKNOWDOT

'\ E.NJA(7KVIENTANNOUNrKllAT(: : : Thomas Merrill Williams, Xen- !! itlzen has the morel' or legal right '

, '; LAWN 1'\Iff V neth Church Ralph Cox, Beverly i io endanger, the health of his ..... .. ?! li&ERt ARE

KisHimmee's-round of beautiful Cady Miss Cora Calhoun, teacher. :I leighhors or his town by maintain- ; i-i t. tc'er NOKvObor

.: receptions was crowm-d with splendor r :,;?k !Seventh': grade-H.'nry Silcox\ \ nsr a foul unsanitary soil closet.It -- tt yIAV R6 TO

and Uwliness l last Saturday af- Delia Williamson, :Muriel Silcox, is. hoped that each and every W1Rt

,, terniwn, when from four to six :Mrs. Yqtr x Milton Brownlee, Mrs J. A. Wnsilm I one r will cheerfully comply withfnrementoned

honor teacher. ordinances. They
Celeste J. Kripp! entertained 1 in
of her daughter Miss C.ICHlo r, Eighth grade Thelma Silcox, irm.t be enforced.

i k. Carolyn Vripp announcing the i>nItuRemcnt Evelyn Strickland. Lena BelleShepard I C. I.. Peek Mayor. 3 3

\ to :Mr William CrawfordFeildcn i Louise, Louisa Hayes, .J/
of Titus\ille. Florida Dora Manning Iris Brown, Lois CHRISTIANM C) % -

The lawn of the Bostn'm's hotel, Colley Edna: Stansbury. Miss U"II I' every Ix>rd's Dar at 10 e ro

which was never more beautiful en Caldwell, teacher. a m for Bible study and Scrlptur"mmunion. e ) )

than now with its riotous gayety >f '[ Ninth grade.Rufus Prescott I III 1 (/ 1 b.. -

flowers was converted Edna Strickland. I
radiant sprm-C
v I Tenth Lois Gainey, Wilbur BAPTIST \ yY'
Into n veritable, flower arden grade: --

which formed a lovely BCttun i 4 Marshbum, Mattie Norman, Rev. Thomas Hanson, Pastor. ,

t' the eventide of a perfect <1'11111"I as Jessie Williams, Margaret Dodd I Sunday school. 10:00: a. m. A.q
l proaihed. Overlooking I.ak.To.. q Eleventh A'racleGus..le Mae Morning worship 11:00 a. m. I .,. ......," "
hopekahva which sent its cooling Bennett Kline Jones Hazel 11idletbpIsggene''Metthews II B. Y. P. U. service 8:30 p". m. Ii t.osTN4 .

breezes to fan tho guests all they Sammyiternberg Evening worship 7:30: p. m. OASi's tee.

I saun'cred about the lawn the Grace Wood. I Mld-weelt service, WednesdaT. II i 6RWE' L TOeIH OOtrtttt

charm of the lengthening\ lay' the' Twelfth !grade-Lois Edwards, 7:30: p. m. VouR MAW Aa.00iN

brilluncy of color, tho entirety rt fi i > Clevy: Norman. I Wo invite you to worship with I \ t1lE W1yDOWS MStSSODF
; I I
'' happy occasion gave a scene ::: Annual Honor Roll of Bradford .'s. PND vu.
and pleasure, long to bo! High School. I 1I -' env rcu AlrK let
of ecstasy 1\ I This honor 1'01givell\ the names 1 PRESBYTERIAN I \k dA9t5 1DA\u$.
i remembered.Mrs. \
Fripp always a source ol i of all students, whose names appeared 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday school. I I 1 '-
service. Dr. I
. I surprise to her many friends, outf st) : on each monthly honor roll 11 o'clock Preaching

i herself ia planning her -" .. for the eight months of the school Tucker< pastor.
did even wore year just cloned. The standard for 2 o'clock p. m. Intermediate Endeavor :
Het' guests
fete. )
f Saturday maidens.and mat. the monthly roll is 90 per cent or meeting. Miss Isabel Fernandas BEE .'q, I

,, children whose; young hair had caught the\! above in attendance, punctuality, superintendent. ."?nt i ..
Ton and thecents deportment and scholarship. It o'clock p. m., Senior Endeavor ,
of many years
, mows Po"el1.'and, Society.
and varied ,1'1.nt grade-Bily
; were' pleasant hundred Power 1ft colOl'll. Ca rot,White. -*" 8 .'clock preaching aervtc
two many asaph.t'aSs.uastsrae .
t 41 tipp q\9fe than ... ... 1D al .' Wednesday at 8 o'clock mid-week
J" I Moo .' .IIM. ... &e ond grade--Vend P.YUM
greed Qt botteu. .U1.,. .... .r ::: .
" I .o ..... tMJkWttzn ..mot.14.0Frink ,rvaee s.irds.
.." ores and each other. slsp4 wtokll .. ., the s.ee.r Alma Thornton.! Martha The Woman's. Auxiliary assets
Meeting' the guests and directing ef 11I- crepe rend Powell., *-" 'w- sv the fni Uonday .,.,nin. of ,each V1V
hotel entrance were is ilex sate rbe .. .
these to the trls"AOq
= Hot to month. ..
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r CAIET I A Smile That Is a Smile' I II BROOKER- bla owners county of real according property to in a Colon ceneu. I .u{.

; Y YTIlURSDA Cephus Harrll: of Waldo, spent I taken by the tax assessor., of the
Bits I F local chamber of commerce '
of Sunday here with friends. and ,, 4 iV

U"Let's[ Go ,I relatives. '
Roswell Ward' of Waldo, spent Fascist Leader .
local I 1 f'4 the first part of the week here with }

Nev \-FRIDAY his mother. Mrs. T. P, Ward' "

i A KING VIDOR PRODUCTION Mrs.. Bessie MeGnider, of Hampton

"WIFE OF TilE CENTAUR" was a visitor here Saturdayevening
Concerning Our People, Business and Featuring .

I'1 Progress of the County and Town. KI.ANOR ItOAKDMAN. JOHNOILBEltr O +dy :Mr.\[ nnIMrs. G. A. Pinholstcr and t'v +

I. I I A Mvtro-Goldwjn and AILEEN Picture 1MUNGLE town son, of Sunday Jacksonville evening was in our It It"a.1

" -----. I SATURDAYWILLIAM / Mr. and Mrs U. M. Cnxon, of L

WEATHER REPORTFort ment of dresses at Sternberg' !I RUSSELL t a \ Melrose[ was. tho guest( of Mr.' andMrs. "
: G. 11. Colaon. here :. + "'"
week ending May 5, 1926. & and an all star cast Including Sunday Mlt.J., .:. ,
April 29 80 65 ,001April i Julianne Johnston Mary\ : Carr A $ evening "';.,...;.............'.,; '-..r@f. ,.\......-.;., '"
30 84 Mrs[ IT. L. Brownlee and daughter | x + t Mr. Gene Long and little Bonn, +
51 .00\ and !Mickey Bennett.
May 1 87 56 .00 I' Mary, is spending this weekin "BIG PAL" Robert and Eugene of WilJwond, .,; I 1a

May 2 86 58 .00 DeLand visiting her sister, Mrs.J. SERIAL-"ACE OF SPADES werv guests: at tho home of Mr and .. '
E. Mrs! G. I). CoItion .
Futch. 1
May 3 89 63 .001 I Sunday ev
May 4 86 62 .42 : 1 ning./ ,
James 1I Mrs.. D. W. Union, and
Hay 5 75 63 .00 E. Gardiner, of Jackson 1 IiANCII"Starring:' daughter <,,'- a
vine, salesman for the Royal typewriter "SPOOK I :Miss. Eunice" O.! 'iv. and K M.! ,..;t., Total rainfall for week .42 .
-._- Co., was a prominent visitor -I 1 ]llnzen, and L. J\. and II. B. Itrown, { "
J. F. Johnson, of here Wednesday afternoon I HOOT GIBSON ; Ytftc ,' '" ncre' nil attending: to business IPStnrko ''
>\'ith Jules 'Conles.llelen Ferguson' : ; [
a business visitor to Starke InChOS'1 Monday. :
Frank Rice (1r
McKIm and )
day. Col. D. E. Knight spent last Sirs Arrio Coltun, of the I'IMI (
w k.'n,1, in Bunnell on a business A Universal-Je: 1' 'Hit section, has recently circupio i t I'I '

J. E. Harper, of Hampton, war trip nnd while thereis' the guestof I Comedy-"Picking Peaches"part o ; 1 1I the Shrlvtr house In the ensteru :'
attending to business matters in his brother, W. E. Knight./ > : I"nrt of town. They have many I w.

Starke Wednesday. of the state! -Union County I _.. .. rrlends here that wclcomo them In Signora; / M.trKhvrllu Warf.iul lit!
Mrs. D. E. Knight. and !Mrs\ W. J. Times. : ':tir town. known n* Muomillni'ii 'minlmcr with.
I Mr. and, Mrs. C. D. Shank, of Epperson were guests of Mrs. J. .- out n portfolio," 8ho has ta'en theKitwlst
1 Jacksonville, spent Sunday at E. Maine[ of Lake Butler I I City-Forty different stale dictator' right hand aid for I
TuC'lIdayat | E. J. Harris, of Madison enndi- I there of Ctitmdi, ,I '
|prOU''R nnd more than ten years, nod l la called
Kingsley lake a pend-the-day party.Mr 'nte' fur rail''otld commissioner! !In j
South! Ami'ricn 1 lh "mother of tho t'IlII'llIt0')
are represented bj' "
t 7K
; the group with Messrs. Burr and 'I never closed her eyes in loop t ill we were all in bed ; : menu:. I

Lester Price Robinson, it(, spending and, Mrs I,. H. Eastman nc- j Eaton': ins n vhitor to Starko SntI On party night we came home !she often sat and( read: -_ ';J'
several days with lends at compnnled' ) by Mrs. II. A. Tucker, I I, urday. .
Jasper. and, !Miss\ Lnura Wynn, spent Tues \Ve little thought about it then, when we were young 1,
I I These Win Prize in Britain
day in Jncksonville. The Postal Telegraph has 01'I and gay, Pigs ,

Ladies silk chiffon hose I (red n branch office near tho depot low much the\ mother worried! when we children\ were f myS ii 1r
98c at Sternberg's.Mrs. i Mrs Green: of Woldn, was' in opposite) Johns rtorc! for tho conxrnlcrce K
1 town Tuesday afternoon workingin I of tho buyers! on the shl p- I away -- v Mr &&

, II. D. May: postmistress at behalf of the Order of Eastern pirg platform The uptown officeis Vo, only l knew she' never slept when we were out at 3 Rr t d.i d.

Theressn, was shopp'ng: in town Star. mtintnircd, in the office of the j i night
I ,
Tuesday nfternoon. Peek Realty Cu.I .
Mr. and, ]Mrs[ Roy Wallace, ofRl1t1edl I And( that she waited! just to know that we'd come home
I I i
Mr.\ and l :Mrs. J. II. Lord and :\ :\'('. Ga., spent) several days' The Tuesday luncheon of tho alright. i \

Fnnnio lord( woreisitors; to \1188\\ in town tart week the guests rf, HMlmngu: Club nt the Magnolia |I t's
City Sunday. Mr.' and :Mrs W. T. Itaile Cherry I I
on ( Cafe hail( a full membership picssnt y4p I,
strrc.t.Mis. I Tuesday. This baby organir.il. I Why, sometimes when we'd stayed: away till one or tw(> ., k. 1

Mrs. 0. J Griffin end son, Owen, tion of St.irke Is showing a healthy or three "

spent Thursday with relatives in J. O.: Godwin and little son I growth and plans WIMP made TUCB- It seemed to us that mother heard the turning of th? ; .

Gainesville. of Lake Tiutler, Attended! the fu- nprnlprvices'! of James Sheperd, key ;

O. C. Cnn brought three hAnd- hC'reVedneA ay afternoon I MAY DAY HCM.TII: PROGRAM 1 For always when we stepped Inside aheM cnll nndwe'd "
some specimens of beots to the '
Rank of Stake Tlnursdny.uL. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Collins, andn !' Tee May\ Day prourrrim held In reply, It .
.< 3? *. __ lint we wore all too young back then to understand lure i'r,
't y*' )party of Jacksonville! frionJs! t''e' club hOUse :Saturday; nftcrnooiunder ,
S. V. Andircwp, Morlston, was spent the weekend at Klngsloy the direction of Mrs. E. L. why i;

f n prominent: visitor to town Mon- lake. '1 n-prt'a: '\ and Mrs. Edwnivl Burns wits Until the l.'ut: one had returned she always'\ kejutu. light, I I II or' I

clny. n Hllcco' in every way, and largely! : .; '
I couldn't! until she'd ki1'd.uA all !
_. ) sleep !
For-nyither ) t.M
:Mrs. Frnnley CarnHl, of OrmonH, attended c ,
Mr. and! ::1ft R; B Alvarez and I Ns 4 __ .. 'd 'I
was in town first of the week visiting May! Onv for child health I 18 n i iI
children, tt Jarlt: ,,,mville..pent the her )parents, Mr. and Mrs F. A natlrniil! fcntivnl. of childhood, of.tnbl I I A pi'ii uf two nmli% !.t wmir i n,,- ,l.i..lui.l, iin, 'c,.eN fist i |puss al the recrnl Cal: I I 1.
itoik shuw livid In Uli I'li a n6 a..IM i
week-end )luiuith relatives !Scott.Mr.=: .
"hod to celcbint, > nil that has I She that before she went to
r yet/ J had to know we were si ,fe
happened l and to look forward! to I 4
Col. Jne trill Wnilnmi, of Lake : and BL's. L. E. :M\ n-r, and privnter ncliinvcinnnt' May Dny, I rest ; r '

Butler( was nmong( the out-of-town rlntightpr.' Pauline, of New Smv- ]man, Is the third nf these celebra- I She seemed to fcar..the world might harm the ones she I t
people attending! court hero :Mon\ sprint the weekend here with This Farmer Raises Flies i
rna : tioin. This yc.rr'M, attention WIH loved the best. ... I )1
day. relatives.Misirn. focused l upon the perfect ch,M. I !
| Every community throughout the And once she sfoid "When. you are grown to women and ,

RargnIt! 'R of all kind! at : Pearl nnd Edna, :Manning, 'I country Is urged) to examine Into to men r, : :. ] 1 : "'u o IarIG: 1 I.
Slernhcrc's S.i'e. Virginia Pin ]I the \voll-boing of its children< taI : Perhaps I'li sleep t the.:-MIhole: night through ; I may Le' : ,
: pent Sunday! in Way- I .
pit them in comparison) wjth 1"0:0-: : '
Cyrus Hoover of Miami! wns {in cross, On. | feet childhood! and, to set fate motion : different then." 't, ( tab 'r ;r'Z, i .4 l lt ,'

town fish' ) of th week visiting his some endeavor pnr'nto11':\ and Mrs. O,.V Hoover ;Messrs.. G. ''0:. and E M. Ha/en. thnt /goal. '
'. i CH A L Green: A. B. and care-
J' Surreney son The first number on the pro. \
Jfnllie. T. R. Moth. F.. n.: Andrea, ; That always when \\e got 'brick home we'd 1 find! her waiting JI
D. :Molt\[ of Lemon City, \Va I 1'rnm wo.3 n play given: by the '!hildie.i I ,I
looking after h's; property interests T. 15. Pinholster and, L. A. Brown, entitled, "The n.n.l tq JJrownI : there ., ,} 11fF
here the first; of the week. of Drunker were( In town Monday.[ i I up Town" Quite a number of little
folks. participated in ',this-It I
Morgan\ FioWs and! Roger Mintnirc Mls'". Fnnnle Lord, left Monday I was not only a May Day p'nv' but I Then came the night that we ,wore called, to gather f

!, of Green: Cove Springs/ spent for her home in Fenton, :Michigan, I also, true lesions, of health were I' 1'0IlnIherbed ; "\ .?, I
after tho winter with :Mr.nnd '. ,
spending, t taught.
Sunday in town with friends. i : "The children all are with now,1the kindly doctor '
l I : you
Mrs.[ J. II. Lord', In Stnrko and I The committee hud been very for- CT ; I Il. .
Charles neiristrr.: of Lake Butler, Orlando tomato in ,securing !Mrs Laura' JoniiKeld I said. rAnd _'' i

spent Friday in town attending< ns their speaker for. the nf. in her eyes' there gleamed again the,,,, old-time tender l. p'Ttv1n
the humnn cork, '
Morris :
well( known
to business. affairs. ] trrnoon. She is through I, announce his presence at Hamp- the state, ns she Is Director of I

W. E. Torodo! Lawtey. and A. tnn Reach Sunday nfternnon at tho Bureau of Child's Welfare (Her. That told !she had been waiting just to know we wore
In exhibition of trick -- -' '
4 o'clock.
nn all rl .
A. Purden, of Hampton, were in t tend g. .,
and swfmminf
attendance at thrmeet'nj'! /? of the fancy divine j jI : She: smiled the old familiar smile, and prayed. t.o,Go(1( tit
Tuemlny. : A % "
bond trustees
| >r. nnd :Mrs.' J. P. Tomlinson | CENT WORD keep .

Any $19.50 dross 1 for $ll. in Lake '
their home
while enroute to j
i IJ
Sternberff's S.ile. Wales' after spending several days; went to sleep. t.

with relatives in Georgia I.OSTpv'ral weeks ago near Edgar A. Guest.;

R. A. Weeks, of Brooker wag Lawtey a brief case containing/ I

a business visitor to Starke Tues Mrs' R. V. Turner and daughter. Royal Typewriter pamphlets and I I II I ,

day. of Sumner, spent the week-end, tools.! Reward offered for return tnlk was both interesting. and In- tri I.. a _......... far R.pr.ent.tles
here with her mother, Mrs. F. B. to James F.. Gardiner, Box truetive. 'In Irra llalatura from raa'fnril. County

Arthur 1.: Gould!, prominent real Johns. 1037, Jacksonville Fl. 6.9-It' ; Her talk cume under two ..livi.I .ubi'.ct to tha DvaoaraUa Primary" O: 1frJ. \
lion to ha rwld l I. JOB. It2GfOKGa .,
. tor, of Hampton, wns a visitor to I lions: First health and next equal : r VOUNQ. Lawtrr. FtaI "
town Saturday. Printed crepe, georgette! and FOR SALE-Cut flowers, lnclu11 ly as Important Saftey. A chill) I _

flat crepe dresses marked 1, ing roses of several varieties. ,hoiiM bo "hnppy, safe and I well," I I hart,. annoanaa atralf a aandldaai rJ.
Miss down to $11.95 at Sternberg's.!!! i iberg's. Mrs. Tom Wall, Rosemcre, is the slogan the touches.. for nomination to taa offlaa' of ..._.. ........+ "i
Mrs. E. R. Marsbburn:\ and tuft. .... .
I Iwere Starke Fla. 426.4t : In tip. Inlalatwa from Bradford YM.w .._ ,._ .. ... .'. I .._ I a CjP
of the State Farm, i She stressed need of inlet ...un.. .ub)'tl to taa aetloa of tlM. p
Thelma Brown, the ; .iMtniicratM iirinmrr J_. 8th. If ol.a aawNry se a.a. P..,.sl, I'".ft. W..n .I.,it ........
shopping in town Thursday.Mrs. programs for every town, and gave .4 I a..ure.0.. .-yi. .. Uuo ......,. err .
Mr. an'! !Mrs Clyde Alvarez and I WOULD TRADE1600.00 equity to the committee a program/ for .it .ml I euiuMivBlknuB, ......... -- -

J. E. Corp'ninloanl Mrs. family, of Jacksonville, spent the ,|(I I In house. and lot in Jacksonville, safety, to be held In Starke. Children A. J. THOMAS \

David Moore were visitors to day Sunday at their Kingsley lake bringing/ over 10 per cent Interi '- should l ho safeguarded| againstall I

Gainesville Wednesday.Miss cottage. ;i cst on the investment, for a few contagious: diseases.! Mrs. Reid I MFMHEK' : SrilOOl! HOABD. -,,,Pl.t., No.. I. I;
,1 of land in I hfri>t>y announce no '"lft' forrrrliction A Dollar
acres good truck i iJ
.w M : .
in her talk Rave: amazing mm m mhr of the Hrhoul Board.niHtrlrt Big
Lorene Carter, of Plant Miss Grace Shelldrake, who has I Isp..nt I' Starke or Hampton. P. O. Box of deaths. of children from accidents No. I, llrartfiirit I county 1 will ,
fontlnu' to vivo the duUea of the nffk. ,
the winter here left Thursday :356. Live Oak, Fla. 4-9-6t
City, was In town Wednesday which might net have happened my rirmit .'...ntion. L.. W. KICKLITKB 1'1. .
home in Philadelphia, :
sting friends.! had snftey bet n taught to j '
Pii., accompanied by her .sister Mrs children. She In 1 1 very earnest in MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD OIHT NO.1 :
Is lour First Dollar
Miss May Jones, of Hampton, ) A. W. Anderson, and two children, her work, both for the safety and monitor I hvrfby. of Hnnouneo tho' School mrnrlf' Hoonl.a candidate Dutrlct No.for ; 1III
visitor to town Wednesday! who will remain in that city fora Be Neighborly! health of every child was a 'tho ilutlri of the ofnes. If lucU-d. I ,, ,- , ,, : '
three months visit. Pcn'c of Jackson- oolloit ;:; .ii"I" 'InYI nTiluwuuirwynlu" uluuiua i o nNUiunulauiuunuuuialelr"uTllipuiwEJoiilrra,, ,, ; ; ;; I
afternoon.Mr.. I you are one of tho c who Miss Virginia the support of the. vnton at the Juno 1
: have written for I he Charles \ilc! who possesses! a beautiful so- primary' II. D. MAY
'. and Mrs. H. M. Barker, of Friends here of Dr. and Mrs. J. William Store*'Catalog of bin prnno' voice sang, "Il llidny," an 1 IVimls $ $ $ $ $ I
Plant City, were In town Wednesday E. Malnes' of Lake Butler, will be bargain' and havenoi receivedit "\ of the South" by JohnS SCHOOL BO1BO. DISTRICT 0
:a. interested to know that they will The h I dwlr to .....,,_ my canilldaov for
afternoon visiting friends. we arc torry.demand reason ..,tt. ro-lretloo to Uio offloo of m...ib>r of thoehnol -, ";75;: ; .1I1iJii i, ,,imunlnuunwatuanwuriauu.nraaiuurwn.wrwur.o3wwpuwran.wnwruid: .. O ,
leave shortly for New York City, an amazing for this Little Miss Hazel Oliver of Bald board, DwiMot. .. .ubl..ot to th..
will take post' book ha exhausted our sup action of .... DoBMMratio primary. Ju.. First Bank interest '
of South where Dr. Maines, DKI'OSIT: that Dollar in our on
hatter, lovely numbersshowing ,
Miss Cuemila ply. We earnestly ask you to win gave to piano Bth. ami. aoiuro .... votoro of my oontlnuod" : ..J rand
moth-er graduate work for the summer. borrow a catalog from one wonderful talent for her .brat efforts !la tS.lr bobalf.t" let it earn WAGES FOR YOU. -KBliP putting ."
of our customers-there are aire. She played "Mly.of the Val A. W4"01'' other dollars with it. j I

Miss Ruby Poppell, who has' been many la your community: Icy," by Smith and I/Arjrentlne, hv -- I IT WILL BE a wonderful pleasure In seeing the stead- { ;
for teaching school in Minus, for the and we are sure they will
Any at dress SternbergN in the !house j alc.! past term, came home last week to I oblige you and u.. Ketterer. COUNTY I hrr.by.COMMIMIONBB annnaaaa mr -anillilaejr DI8TBICT. fsormmtr bf ily increasing balance in your bank book, aided by compound I .j

.$1I.9.> spend her vacation with her par. bdp Of ourolj u..n..uu.I.unun..n.customer waaik. plait'. ... NOTICE coatrnhiaioaar" fro. Dliitrldt/ Thraaubjnt interest credits. .{,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Poppell. bon br .loaning them auhrl. to the aalloa of the otm at the. ALL Ob THIS will help make it to keep the
Judge A. V. Long of Palatka, ents, I for.", hil. your Democrat prlaMry J.aa .'h. If ra-4tle. I I easy up
week presiding W. could fbr.. how ........ .) I will ont.aa to airs tha dutha' of the good\ work.
not .
in town this c< Saxon .. '
services at
has been of court. Mrs. E. J. Everton, of Chatta demand would! ha for Ihl. .....Ioa There will be I.,1 I. ,.. m an f sly _....I.n"kw, a.untlo.. "
at the spring term ; .pd. our : lal Mljiumtn.r Hala Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, by I J. L. UNDEIUIILU I
visit CC
Tennessee is here on a
C.talol will publuh. '
nooga to soon54. -
with her brother, Rev. W E. : .,IIch.lt s.e.n. hiudlr practlcibla- Rev. J. V. Robinson. pastor of the I.. FOR cow111setoNig-DISTRICT t- : V\\ an Extra Mi-asurt, of froteflionaollofIonor"yank!
,A" Mr*, C. C. Hoppe and Miss to print a fra b>upplT of tha bia"book Cawtey: Methodist church. Fivers I .hereby afinoanca ..sole aa a '
spent the week- Daughcrty. baton th..p.c .al.! autos" tm out. for r -0l ctlon a. ...un." ) "! r
14 ; of Tampa, O. \Va ban all tba a "b.s. .. thh I I body invited to attend.. dlatrlct' No 4. Hampton Th......ndlo'1
"'':end hel'fW1.their: sister, Mrs. E tree Extra. Special Saleon and hava.n_ad red. our taa e.t.1o<.lainafortuaawlr r..: "bit'l.r Graham and If ra-alectad. will .. On Rtro Meatun ofSertict il.
Bea-fty. hue_ AmmoomcemtmiM .Iva the snooty tha best """
.' L. *presses at Sternberg's. ......... Havavw, IfouroUruaioin.ara no eon. i, Political capable of. I solicit" your vote at ,.. poi
4 spent Tues- ,. .nd o.w onat will co-oparata wUhj To the Dmocrmtl. "0..... of RCo..tyt ?*.*-I mar. "* Jona 8th. 0. W. HINSON'.. I

> Dr.Wednesday W. E. Middleton and Thursday in KM. R. S.-Johns and son, Gto.f 'Wth.y- ......."ill.....rand..-;** .a..rW. naf uus xrvtca. to twIdMMr I tak..1Wo for tba mttno4 ole.* ft of Rarrso.ell..nn..ootr. FOB COITNTT COMM8SIONCK.| DIHT.M I BANK OF STARK ; i i"B.t
< ,r. .day. .thek_ ml I .hereby aamiunoo myself a. candidate ,
""". the state me5 went to Stark Wednesday morning ... ..ui I ue faltWal sad !
Gainesville! attending tI. If J for oooaty ...........10.... Diatriet No. ..
tBri. ........tt .aMMlBaw--rw-fW Jotaatt'by. 1 Mn.Johns' :SllAattM WILLIAM 9KM_ a-a .Balls t-r--.m=c4 avaliavtttaw ''VBa_ftov oji4 MOT au_. 'r Helpful Service" .. 41!
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motlter and left 'for a visit! '-f Now Vaok Carp la.i -sow 1. 1 (x1L J I'I *lhlhlMs.tba Eet' f
t 1.'I!:I to ..... ....... .f the offla. -41. :W. P.yt Per CtnrOn Saving
JOB reeei neared w -hip- at ..,eral points In aIM Mrathani 0tode.-T.1 ... e/ ........ Mr they" ._ _. --.11" A. i. OJUUM.w : .

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Farmers & : Big Navy Balloon Goes for a Spring Stroll We cal i :'j| your 8 HRS


( R. F. Ward County Agent)



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grade Jerseys. This xafi I IW
CITRCSGROWERSllEAR -I' the county n I c .V' t-
INSECT splendid foundation '
VIS IUSIAIU: of good stock "
CONTROL; : DISCUSSED that should l greatly improve the I I .,; :, v.. Piles Can Be CuredItching .(
dairy blood in s .
the '
county within tho .. '
Fla!-That citrus: I ( / {; .1./ .. /
Glliaeilville, next five years. I I .' ", < q '.
growers of the control state appreciate measures! the for i: Tho club members who are in tho .h '. !it .,. ." ( ,Blind, Bleeding' or Protruding:) 1.1
importance of now project are Buggs Wooten, fivo '
diH HM ; four
; John'Wilson Many sufferers have been made very happyover :
K. C. Moore, extension district i i :1
of Kenneth Cowart '
agent, who has just returned from Owen, Cary Terry, Jr., I'ennywollippoicr the results obtained from the use of h\\

a trip over the East Coast section. .1 / Millard\ Young, two each; ,' PAZO OINTMENT-60c at any Drug Store. 1
... meetings were held in St. Lu- Croom Burnett I'
Two iiilIiiiMiuiiiThe
Claude I
Wilson, J.
(Follow the Directions Carefully.)
in Broward last M }
cio county and one Smith, Benny Myrtle Gaston, Clyde I
weMt" at which the control of di- I JlcCulIc-rs, Joe Hunter Williams, $ '

seasciTand: insects, particularly Leonard Hicks, Ernest Young, HUJ-I I }
melanose and rust mites, was sol Henderson, John Wilson, Foster -- 'j
taken up. All three meetings, were Haddon Geo. Burnett, Jr., Aubrey
well attended, and the interest of Ruins, Mary Martha Burnett, Mat. huge navy dirigible Loa Angeles,' made Its first night recently since she went Into the hangar at ATTENTION To Poultry Peopleof 'I
the growers was evident. till Elizabeth Baker, John A. Gibson I tukfhumt. N J.. for repair ten months ago The host left Its mooring mast (at tbe right) and took a spring
in St. Lucie troll of an hour over the Atlantic Ocean. Bradford County
The two meetings Jr, Ed Brown, Bill Brown .
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county were held at Whito City and Fred Glass, Jr., Albert Glass, Audrey Ship Your Poultry and Eggs To Us. We Assure You Top
THE CATTLE TICK IS I infestation from adjacent infested Texas. This matter awaits
in !the Fort Pierce Farms section. Smith, Orvin Minor, William adjust Market Prices and Prompt remittance..
Picnic dinners were served at both Williams, Howard Hughey, Louise SLOWLY BUT SURELY areas ment by the next legislature.
places. Zipperer, Alex Smith, Shelly\ Whit- I BEING: ERADICATED Arkansas is continuing the zone "Since early spring is the season We Will Pay You For Next Weeks Shipment- HENS 3lc

The Meeting in Broward was held ty, Francis Allen, Henry Rains |' plan by which the entire territory when active tick eradication begins per lb., EGGS, White 30c per Dozen Delivered.
at Dayle.Hr Archie Boggs, Bill Wade Dorothy'Vndc Federal, State, and county forces
lying north of the Arkansas River ," says Dr. R. A. Ramsay, of SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO.,
O. F. Berger, plant pathologist \ Otis Williams, Yates Madden are restricting cattle tick to a
I for the Experiment Station, and William Henry Bailey. gradually diminishing area in tho has been made practically tick tho Bureau of Animal Industry, Jacksonville, 20 E. 8th Si. Florida
was present at all of the meetingsand South. During the active tick eradication free. The work also is far ad. United States Department of Agriculture
spoke on the control of me la- CLIP THE WORK ANIMAL season, beginning in March, I vanccd in two counties south of the "it Is well to emphasizethat

nose T. A. Brown, county agent of Work animals should be clippedin and continuing to December, special river. In addition, dipping Is now eradication in any area where ;.. + > >N ..........*'.
Voluaia, was also present at all attention will be given this I being conducted in the first com- the work is in progress can and i
spring as soon as danger of cold
three meetings and spoke on rust weather is over. Otherwise they ) year to completing the work in I,, plete zone of four counties lying should be completed in one season. : : .
mite control. are apt to take cold night. '' Virginia and South Carolina. The immediately south of the same rive The department urges that the ForSale-
In addition to Mr. Moore, who infested in there States work be organized and the effortsbe
Horses and mules with long hair'' areas are I er. Vat men, range riders, and sup-
presided County Agent Alfred do much sweating on warm days. ;I'I I sited to three counties in Virginia I ervisors already are busy dipping so concentrated as to bring this
Warren attended the S. Lucie meet. and result about in all sections where
two in South Carolina.The animals and '
cattle, hunting stray ,
Leaving work animals at night ,I 1 $ Bean Hampers 28 and 32 quart Lots of less than 25 at \,
ings, and County Agent C. E':. Matthews I success anticipated in these complete record of the tick eradication is now in progress. I ; '
the one at Davie. A largo vith a thick wet coats of hair leaving has t states will leave the Atlantic coast I I Works Itais on such records and We urge cattle owners to bear in > 20 cents each. 25 for $4.75 ; 50 for $9.00100; or more < I
number of prominent growers of about them with the same blanket effect as t, elates free down to the north lino 'i other evidence of cooperation that mind that it is necessary that all ', ', @17 l-2c each Car lots 6 to 8 thousand, 16c each, J :
the two counties was presentA skin being open a when on.left warm, j I'| of. Florida. I I tho United States Department of cattle in a locality be dipped regu. j delivered at your station. __ I
number of meetings in which larly without exception to make the
bases its quarantine
Since Georgia has Agriculture
they soon lose the heat of work anJaro completed
will be taken up are being planned them when work successful. J. L. If;
apt to take cold. I I I! tick eradication and has been ex- j'I r'gulntlons-removlng HARRELL .
by extension workers, and will
cover Of course u horse or mule should | l"'I'ient.more\ or less annoyance a locality is tick-free or estab. "During 1025 excellent progress ";
nearly every county of the cit- 11 I not be clipped as long as there is from" ticky cattle In Florida, there lishing quarantine when ticks are was made in cattle dipping and ana Lawtey, Florida. '

J rus the next!growing few,xcrtinn weeks of the state in I I danger of cold, unless good warm hiiH been constructed along the I' present. from result Federal large areas were released ++...........*+....4.+.++.*..++.+.N.NN....+.. .
stables aro available. I Florida-Georgia State line two par- With the exception of one county quarantine Besides
, --- -'-- 1 1t 'I In case it is not advisable or pos- nllcl wire fences'" for approximately In the southeastern corner of Okla- the work was! completed in !inl\ll i I
t, HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES i.iblc to lip animals, specialists of 200 miles. It ix not thought thisj'votuctivn I homa the State is practically\ free cleanup' activities in moro than 70 5>-oooooooooooooo

! SUlClCl'ld'OIlA For Milk Dishes the Florida College of Agriculture measure will be neces. from ticks. That county: eUtm t' I I (counties previously released but I.
. I recommended that they be fedn nry for long, in Florida eradicated to bo unable to finance the workand .. where a few ticky herds still remained

Milk should 1 lip cooked at low temperature ration that will help them get I Inks from approximately 7 coun. is wni'ing "IIIII tun' c fii i i t under local quarantine. I Brighten Up Your HOME .
for there is lens loss of rid of the surplus hair. A branI ties lust )'('ar. As a further dem- leg's'; "' '< 1 i, With whole-hearted cooperation oft 1 ; ._.._ .
mineral value, and the protein is I h once a week or a little lin- onstration the people of Florida J. \ .I I n r..- '11\ officials and cattle owners the I This With
I more easily digested. seed meal twice a week will start have taken a systematic dipping of fir l I I h viie new tiik-ciadicutiun. cscnt season should result in I Spring
When giving cow's milks to bo- I them to shedding. I the remainder of what is known as law lJ.. M 1 in 11125, Is favorable equally' successful progress against I
" tics it is better to heat the milk 'I wn'.t"rn Florida. Here a concerted toward the work, which has been I cattle tIA: M I
to 145 degrees Fahrenheit and hold, I drive in two "zones" has been ar- placed under the direction of the SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS
ft there for 3 minutes to kill impurities ranged with the State of Alabama state Livestock Sanitary Commis-
; but if this cannot be doneit ; BUn WORM and by the close of the year cattle I FOR ''

is boter to bring the milk quickly Gainesville, Fla-The false budworm I ticks there should bo a matter of OV'E3'IZOO ;
to tho boiling, then cool history. I to
quickly. or corn ear worm is giving! that organization with means
The partial loss of mineral considerable trouble to young corn, Alabama has succeeded in re- carry out the provisions of the en- YEARS
is a disadvantage but, for tho little according to recent reports reaching I' striding the remaining ticks to a actment. As a result the Governorhas THE BEST FOR FIFTY YEARSFor
baby, this isn't so dangerous as J. R. Watson this worn attacksthe few counties in tho southern part endeavored to make available i t
the disease germs. bud of the corn when tho stalk I of the state, and it la expected the limited funds as a deficiency meas- Iwarlem; oil has been a worldwide .
Milk soups should be cooked only is from three inches to knee high present drive will finish the work. ure, but this provision is not consid- remedy for kidney,liver and Sale By H
slightly after the milk Is added.. When feeding in the bud of tho In Mississippi active eradication I ered adequate to care for the tick- bladder disorders, rheumatism
Cook vegetables thoroughly before i corn, the worm is usually\ well concealed I I awaits acton by the legislature. A eradication needs properly: in coun. |,[:umbago and uric acid conditions. I i I
adding milk.Cereals but its presence can be de. revision of the present law and a ties and areas as large as those I JONES :
may be cooked in milk instead tected by the excrement which; liberal appropriation are now under .. I
of water. This adds to the soils the leaves and by the ragged I consideration. If favorable actionis ()atDM A'' .
nutritive value and helps to add appearance of the leaves. Lato'' taken, a number of counties are HAARLEM OIL"'
milk to the diet of the child whowon't planted corn is more apt to be damaged I'; to be selected as a zone in which HAUVEY M. SNYDER / "t'1.J... Lumber & Supply Co. :
drink it plain. than is early planted corn. the dipping of cattle will be con
Butter milk, with 2 tablespoons To control the bud worm, Mr. ducted actively during the remainder 1./correct Internal troubles stimulate vital i
of cream added to each gloss if often Watson recommends a mixture of of 1020. Mortician, Starke, Fla. I organs.Three sizes.All druggists Insiston j'' >i
I taken by a child who won't I I the original )00(>00000L < 4 4ki
equal parts of powdered lead arsenate Like the state last named, Lou. Member of Florida Funeral genuine Ooi D MEDAL. ''
drink sweet milk. This drink is I and air-slacked lime. One I Isiana also is awaiting the enact- .
good for the child, or grown up, I part arsenical to two parts lime ment of an adequate state law sup ? Directors and Embalmers As. -
who has a tendency to constipation. will also control. Air- I' to
give good I ported by an appropriation era sociation. t
slacked or hydrated limo should dicate ticks .from a lone of from HUDSON COACH
Milk shakes are better than co. I be used, as quick lime will burn the 6 to 8 parishes each year until the PHONES il
coa for a tempter with children. plants. Dust the mixture into each ] work is completed. The Louisiana i:
shake with sweet fruit juice rather Day-1 Night-59-W :+
bud, preferably in the morning Legislature will not meet until i
" than sugar, Is best. when there is dew on the plants I May. meanwhile the areas already With DeWitt C. Jone ;' Here is Masterful Performance with .'
Care of Milk.A HO that the poison will run down free or nearly free from ticks are 4
clean place to milk the cow, a i"ln the buJ. I protecting themselves against re. N ... I Closed Car: Comforts and
clean udder, clean hands, and clean I 1.I 1.t 1.--- I .. ". .
bu, ket make a good beginning. I .Great. ..Prie AdvanJdge.t.
Strain milk at once. Cool quicklyand .
keep cool. :: This Is the best Super-Six the best Coach ever built,
Make a placo to keep milk and, # ) and the price is the lowest in history. It is delivered '
, Initter., Keep them there. Keep "- : M TOUT door with nothing else to payers price way it I .
nothing/ ('se there. Ask your home \ ; .... -.1-. >. below any car of comparable quality. r :
demonstration' agent for the plans' ,.,, t
This combination of masterful performance of
for the "n seas refrigerator. Get
your husband\ a good humor and, 2 l I dosed car comforts has constantly maintained I leadership -
1 J for the Coach the World's
him the s1 as Greatest Value.
pet to Improve on plans. o I i I..
When you e I.t ,it t made use it and

\keep on u-: ii'g it until you don't \ 1 At Your Door-Nothing fist to Pay I II
know lnMr tA p.t a i ng without it.
It i h k>.(.pin;.. milk inI 1 butter too
hot and too near uth*r food that I
causes '!'nl": .Iron tn. mil "I\ don't !like\ I Hudson
Brougham 11579 Hudson 7-Pau.Hnlan S1820
luilkII't I Ktlr..I: I to IIn"'I it"
Ui'int, ,,riber, that scalded\ \ or pasture 'Prim tudmJt fri&bt U**.ttffjfovmg tipnpmnts '
!' H i in I 11!. ,!j"< n't "t"y "" 're" Front and Rear Bumpers; A'. ematic Windshield Clfan- I

It nee "c prntiiUi"! runt ,,'Tt, l'L a. Rear View. Mirror Trafumuiion; Lock (Oxi'lt-in); ",
icerui' .i "dors.Tha .../.. Radiator Slxitter; Moto-Metcr; Combtnattoa
kind of feed I for tho
right Stop and Tail Light.;
t" cow jg necessary Otherwise no "-
n.n.Hint of care will give n clean, I'

natural flavor to the milk. / .'
Regularity In milking;, In handling .
the rrtillf\ rind In nerving it to ,

the) fnmi! li", the stvrct of reapnff I .
the full benefit from uwmm* n good, Lt { t ,

dairy( cow.FOKTYTIIKr.E. 14P? '- ( l
-'-w ;

-BOYS- ANn GIRLS.;M.tflGON JOIN 4JL-\1T)4\ \ A ';,,. .I\:.;. C y.V 1

puunmiEn CALF cLt'n ; 5'

I\racllson-Fort.thrpe dub boy P ') '' t\ ';44 //i4P; _; .L.1 .,

and Girls "t Madison county have -

joined the calf club recently organized 4a t''I)? 7
here and have secured puro- 1 I -
bred calves. County Agent 11. K.: 55o5N1 "
1 : -
and Extension Dairyman \
Lawton .t: ..
II, L. Brown from Gainesville, j 1 -f .
vent to Tetncssce recntly and purchased f .
93 calves for club member
and farmers of Madison and adjoining I II

counties. The calves were |y'i Smith's e
rlistributed:! last week. 1 Garage '
Most of the calves brought In+\;

were purebred and registered Jer- Starke Florida"AGE
lerys, the remainder being :

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NOTICE .\ r Ifl2n. otherwise' 111. alienation of Ij, mwMuipir, rubll.bid I,., the Tnwn, "f I hi. .'" ''I ,lay of ii ill "\ n Iii 'ii. n

..laid bill will be taken ronfenned Slarke' Hradford. ( .unl)'. Florida, in lur..hili.ltfnatid \' I llarln' \Morlila Jill
--- .. Iniublf the ni.uipau| .. I In which thin o w (.I>.":R\VN ,
';rt'lIlt Crt.EIghth Judicial Ortut ; It In furthir i.nli' nil t IiI I thla .I. r n.
In (
Rrndfunl ('c.tlny. Florida. In Chuneery ) 1| .heil onco a week r., four .n.- nol, < ,.hull bo puliliehtd, for four mniKulixe Clerk of the CI...'" ('.. forSI'MI f' 'J ,,, -
I' T.-' t wei'ltaMT.SK\ 1 I : Irnol'n." FU'rldSenl i ,,'
t t.I..hn ''h.:! In the Urndford County ( "nIl.
.1lh rnrs4th ., .k : 'In nr. \ !<. The Il.'noriibli-. Z. AdliliM I I of the rl."i I ,
Fm-vthe. I on.h. a n".I.nr' 1.lIbl..d II"r WMdermnn. I'oi-il Cnutitv.. 4-2J-4t-B.U I
( I anil., A. V l. inn. "1 a. also C] l"ln'hln.
"mplninnnt.vn l'n.nl" Flcr. the 5th day ,,.' May A. 11.1. and, the Meal of this court ,
VYilllnm X Andrew*. ft din.. 0..1..0. Ihl In the city .' Florida this 4th dny MI1ICK TO 1..IUIH AM) (' I ITOC I

n..ftiidnnt. *. \. V. LOXiSJtid: : I i, uf M..". 1 11120. : $
I (n.i W Al,PFRM 'V
Pin m to Itrmote (loiid, Quirt TWo nnd Otbrr !eK .ap
K.llef ,. M!. JOHNS.Solicitor (l-I.I.I1K-S I : SFXI.I Clork Notice* ,tn hereby, irhvn 'thnt nil. ..r.I'. 1
Sallie .1 I.. FftA/.FE SlnrkB. FlaSnllpltor 1,Leitnttva. ntntrlbiitre ntul. .
O'''< 'r if J5..rlcp by pubtfrntlon., notice ( for Ci.mtilalnnnt., n--fll .1 pi numa I ,
t l In....N ,nmil, unknovn d..nd..nu.. : -- -_. fnr.mulHlnnoi' 5.79t5.1.tiltitl.it ,,Inima, lUHinnt, lIt entitle of M.rv, I .
.. I I' .i..11 HPitt'I fmm the nlWntfon of i itt :him.. d '.o''.'', 0. htr l h. r. .,ni< ,d I ,
.,,,. < m I lull?' nf oomtdnlnt In the nbove H\SK RTATPMKNT 10It PI III (CATKIN r'rn'a-hit r the pam duly nuthi. 'nilputi-il, I tn tinwutny I

.I'I', I i1 i,4t t i Ih.. n.*... r< ..ifrtiC I< or .plncc, of of the CofMlt'onn! of the T.. i ---- Judlclnl Circuitllrnilfiinl ,. Judtio .>f Hrndfnnl Couniy, ''.,r.I In -
Report "" In Cltvnll Rlithth Within one. or thin notice i,< i.1 i I" S.
r.1 yonr
--'1b inq Confeisions! : it,,10"? ,. *. "r'Pio th.Florid d'n'nnl.t 'nnd, WU'tnm nnd: Immt State' Ilnnk T.nwtiv i-f In thi. ,. State 10.of. 1"ln.192"n.nlr. I ri>,iini.,IiIcl.ptiis' I'hanrery. In l liar 1..1.. nnil. nil ,p.< I n lila at the clone M Mary .
paid : tlu
b..ln. 0\.1 Wm..n. roquind l I irittiid
of"a.. Jro1211.111 wffe .... llllI'l. Com"liny. n. enrpnrntion.' wife.TI 1A'fltN. ... I Complainanta I'I'J. ., .1.1.0. forthwith,. t, I thf lo.,.I"I,.,,,,.1.1Adntlnlniinlor I :I MHKlt 1'1 0 Hr\-SK\KN I .
N his .
] I 5nnti" Nod 'll'o Snpp, Txiana. on Heal r-tuto ... *l'.ell. 9 \ *_ _ _ _ _ _ _ t
T tin, tn1 Volnoy J. !Phlpmnn !fnmnnO >
loan ... Other Coltntcrnl _.- 1.178..O( W AVIIkennn I I1..r..d"nl' Thin the mh' day of ,% m'*.
I ., s.liwnn! T-blibn' !Ftitrh. I.ewfn IMtch i I I.rl
IUusLial.d: Paul1tW1nsoa 6l Hal. I M., ; i ',//I">n. Kii'tiheth:/ Aditnn nnd Jntm I Ml ntlfr T .n. nml, tMpountM_{ .. 11.. .. 0C >. K M\ I rnirwj I *. n A -'
$ :!! I'nltpil, Rlnli" Refit WHi I.."" ,, : prndid 'to the 4no.Iiu0.2ftAdinlnfmrntur, {JAnn "n flTT! 1 \
\\ litimHi Ir 'Inll. ni InI"tn'w
> on. unty, flit.! Municipal Bondn 8.POO.OA I filed In I tl bo nhoviwatnled, raunc thnt ..T.W i "
nut, nil' unknown to pomt.lnli.nnt$ nnd I tied i I ItMiiMpir I ITouMe,, Furniture andFNIure. <'. the defrndant. therein aU: Iuvnu.u UU 1- f'
' ..n. s0r1c1'l'o DII1TOIIS
thru! {I. "0 itprarn In thp Btnte of I'lorMn OKOther WI1 AM ( HKIH- II
ft.1177 la a mut-rc.li1t of th.81..to .

; : ,.' .i known nitivM'.m tn U'h"m\inrnp.Rinnnt would tho hint norvloef I the | Clnlni' T..1 F.t.t.Hiwoucreti Ownprt, _- l.nln.o I renldcnce. of I. unknoutt FlolI.,. and that and thai di,.fondant ,his, j i Notice la, lu>ri>liy THUS irf\t: >n I that nil. .."11"1 I 7 'iir: m' r -1 1l

Eeiiie.'st. Dili rthiitwa, / ,,
and thntf anil nil ,
-i .1! d-f'ttdiinti. or either nf thrm\ "on. I.
I f t* hillmod hv .n"ln'nftni, that thoMmrd Tine from Tncorporntcrt TlnukM, __ IBfllnlO l I. over the lUtP. of twintvone yuii1 Inc rliiiaw. u".I., .' t lieIMnt I : t, ,. ,,f W Mlfarri.ll. l l'\' I i p"'"n'' > .!. I .. I h... It...aril
l 4n1Cn 4 '. nrdi nl\ that .nld ,i..iri.ilIeu. I"
< ( h Items It I .
t d),.fondnnl nrt. fnt .nird in tlini Cn h'r.. ....n. aro h..ii. niiurid' to or 1 I In'Inir'i.i i I Hr.i.Ifiird. "rounty, '
: roiH-rtv ln\ctl\rd In thN Mult sn.r rom .h on list! 4.7070(1Tutiil ( difiMulant lie, nnd hitt.a.lv mnlndto inifji-nt' the ..".t. dul>' nuthiMitiinttd totlip I- li.-1'"lt.." 'I... I t ,ml1- I. t ti.,.n.* to lu. h. IIIi .:
: l i pTnmnnt;;! : :nlli-po; thiit. ):h.ll II0I not know !' I .".n. to the I III I of comInlnl, fitnl\ I 'Inunld Couply .In"". ..f llrtulCiiril,, ,' ('"iunty., |1...i, ,,'Inv M.,v I'., nh tIll' at ,ihe
; MR MI before Mundm. 'Ihe 7th'
: nml,, ,I Ily dlHrcTit itrnrch ,nnd In niilry hn o I "* on or .1.,1., Within, imp, y.nl or t Ma n.I., ..'i.',. I I h..',"IPflhi I ili.tItfltg. nnmed,. '11. '1 I,
; fbI hoon" nhle' to nnf' i 'tn'n' uhi (tIer' any t tif I Inhltltlcarnnltnl I dny, of .11n., '. N T 1 1"2n nth, rwlw the "I.| .ll I lulil I In,, bar Ii.. i-i It'. Ami all |"nri i ,.ii 1 i.. i it I i 1tn I I li I ,Urn rail an.1) a I. \
the MIIIf:1 dt.f<,nrlnttt, Hltfrdp. .iit'c rt I tnr. t- I Stock Pall I In Ilinonniitrnti 'levntlotiN of said 1.11 will I I. Inlten eonfutnirt >.. ''nIht."it t. nald .Mill", nr. roqui.l ... lh' '" 'I'i.(i. i 'Vt 1. n Ming' 'two ycarvt I II.
: t : .. i <<,, Fund, 1.Ml). 1 by "1.1 e.r'n.I.n'' ,In Halil di.hi' h ,, II I .. f .> .. ..
,'. or ,ptncr' "f 1".I"'r.,, f I- ull ;" .! nntitpftun I' '' o thnt,, thi. onlir h.lul.l.h.,1 cut 1,1. *. .rl"wi I. 'llnitiliili I Fo in- I t"- -inn -ai.l elertloni f
} 'P "dmd or nTt\o/$ or I In i...I.- UnII"I.' "l Profit. ITo.f Fvpenmn I It I IN further, fer Four I r-lrntil. I AdinlnUliatrlt'linn I .1,1, ti ..1'''r t ih.) fllo\\ltuT, miinnHerari .
w..1 k
l ir,",ro rr n..'. nnd, It *n ,nltiri1' In tho sworn I i, nnrt Tnip Pald BO" MI"I.I""nl .once In the it I nrndfonl County. ron.ecii-Tole- I Hi.' j'lli"' Hay ul \prl' I I HSU. ni it poini, ,i. .1.I fi-II ,WM : i il
Ill It ..r complaint thnt' lu ,>IHMIH\ there TVpn lt. Sllliliel, to I Mill. 111.A"01'1, .i.iTI'. Minn,, rn. II I Mitel-man. II.
-ahi d 'In Raid 1 1I'.nty
i .,iff i* '...*".. Urn.. mid! rovptn-ntlonn." \ Infrrnttd i .. aas57ISSnvtnim I Hrnph a niMMparer' pulil 4.) I f In Ihi .nh,| rroprrlr Ins ohi.l In | pno.lla, ., in ritn .s lOan and MtnteTlilii ilh \ Ilii'ti.! l lispvi.i vr Mnon, K Roalir Jaa.Ri ) -

f hln putt/ who nnmo .i,i*. r<**ldrnci,' or 'Time ."fl..t.of neno.lt.- -- IS noCnMh'cr'n O W XMlKttMANCbrk NOTICE TO CONTKACTOMIJ: ,." r and .In. fiaaklna
f I ,ptncp ..? ltiiKlnf. I In unknown to .. ( ( O t 'lntidnir. .t 1 (inn nnTolnl I : ( i GrnttnmMnnnirem. .lohn Sunoncy. IL

nnt nnd. In fold bill r. 1 II!".f t li.mOIA'n.\, ; -: I"Iut Co..I. I. Si-nlid,I hlilu ,t'lli l|| )lit. by the 7). Wncdln and, 0. Foitff.N'mv .
I npn"nt) ntrh nown nit uniinnwn', \ "" '.I.a1 j xiHcltnr P. E. 1(111.t .. ". n-T.5t-n.l. Piianl. of ll.iiiil Trii.t.,. ..I..e Cinillly. HI\III, I Manan... J. B AtHtlna* I

itnt tM"-.rm. firm\ tmd ,. *. I Slat of 1".Iln. Ceo,, nf Prnilfnril. FlorMa! ,iinlil,' ,i 2 ..Mi., o, IraM"I', May I P llrnfioe. and O. W. And. !. I I
i !.* ',.r.t that nil! ,. P W. ( i..l'r l "f I II.! nbo< "- j = --- Managers C. O. Bniwn. J. 1
TnTftT'r'ORt: It I I. "" n.ron j 1..n. 'I Sn. I 112n.( 'and at t tint' 1 tlnip pithllrly, oprnoil, .m..n' r
*. flrtnp' nnd rpnrnlnn nnmod *In nnmrd,! !Punk. "i1i-ni,, '\ .."> ,thin, the'n1 PKT1TIOV TO H '.VR tlONHS fur i.iii. _lr.n-l.iir, ,. the, fold/ ,,.lnu riuiil. I In,. Wynn ..nI., Varnm.Tlnmpton .
*hU notlef. If )Hv'tn' or In liinnrtu' ort m. f 'a'' ...1 I In I" ',". to |t".' I. t .if mvI VAU'I nrarifiiitl CnuntytB.ia'1 Mnnairir*. A A Durilitnb -

1 K drnd ,.r nut 'In vtrfnnr, thon Mm., her. I I ..nw""II' and belIef. 'i 11\TIi No t-l. !larkii, to Ctny County, : 'T I In.\ h.ru and J, V. 0 ,
)" \ I ,',.1.! or !tIn brie,. dr\ IRC,.. l kM-AtOp.. frrfir- | T w 1OnlF. In rirrnli. Cunrt, Fnthlh Judicial Clrrnlt l.lnw\ I I"! <'.'l" Hi.mlp.r > 7irr Ulnnniien. 10..Lvwla. J, W. I I

: I fri.inci*..oni. nnd n..I...... soil. to till./ In tint for l.aMnl County Vo"I \ | ,,vlniil. I, in-Ill, IT ,mlli,... I.. wiii. and' 8 I.. r.t.R.I.,
p,r* on" firm nnd curpomtlnn. \ hn\lna ('oprirttie't l 'Wa In rhanrrrvTim Tho .tiilnl 'l..n'II.].. on, tinItpnw, on \L. W. KICRllTCRTT r
: '' \ : / or cn'mtn! ", iinv ('n"'r.t In nod lo Ihiw. OFnnn" r VOl''' County' of nrailfnnl nfllie | which, 1"1",1.I lire ,..."." aril apprnxlmalilv WlncHNS. Chairman\ t.
: C, rtnln' Itt. tnrrc*n nr tt.."'c" "f hi ltd tT1I. Ulntr, nf Flnrrtn not the Ttoarrlrf I. nil r.-IlinnIfanl Sirnluiy I' nltT( '
1.10,.. nt"1 \>,.1.( .,. In ttr..df*.rd n'mfv. Ste'' n n TII FOB! llnnil' TIMIIMnf, ., n..t..I i 'I Ir."nIY. Htu-rni, Inn t I'tliln cpmi'itt. concrploaaitlulltle uI ,
? nf Flortdn" fcm ntt unit. ,dnm.rtbrd' .* folli ". nireetomNOTTf Florida. t trnmplaltianta. conun'tp. nhn-t amilmlt.' Ilitiiut.liioua .
; .... Miira.lnm .
: I o and Murfara Trvntinnlit on
Tlrrfnnlni- nn Iron trmft fn thn eontrr 'CTn I Hunk llano anti 8 In. Ruok base .,1"1) 88,700aiiuare I '

I nf n fifty. font xtr.'pt,. known n* flnn The. glnte'rif Horlila. ,..1.. Help For OH Folks
\ : .1, rnon n/ nlhleh .),nft ,U ftrt$ 'II( f,...' the Circuit 'Court, Fl"b"i liullolalC ni',oiuliintPrttflnn I Cun..I. Curb sit.! Clutter. fl.OOB llnciil .

: I nttil! 4 tnebes." mow if 1i>.*. Wf.t of thf.. .rrult Tlrnrtforrt County. Flm'', Infhnneerv. In I"n- W.mil* ValMafeil |
'I"'lo,1).t. rtrfirr n' .the qntthst t niiirtor Molten to the Tax ,.Oy..... anil rltltrnanf r..t.F..a.. t nooo eulila yanli.. j
rf Vnr'thrnul' n..prtoT. f f Sr "lon Thirlr- r. n Jolps.omntainn't. v the County of Prailfiinl anil State ..r A Conrrolp. for ntrurturc Cillilp OM)! Age Should lit lia|>py-Not a uWj
\ !:: 'I 0. (I'ml 't'"".".it,. pi.' ., ,i'it qoth. Us"."' FlorlilaTltVe' Ynril.. 8 'lime of SicknriiH and Ulti'i.i.\ ,
; 'I'.n") ,f"I.n I Tnit, tlirnti> run In tI'uMti'fintf vn nnllpp fiat, thp, Cnnnfv of TIranfnr.1one !Bli'c-l.--RDOO nounila. : I rr'I'l'ot
S ."K, .fltv ilnn' ISO Print' llni* of1,1 F'orldn! Rallrond Company. a coriiorallon.ft I nf the .".nl. .nil. nf i thp Slat. of ,1.r.ln. .n(I ('.nlI'I.. wllh covrr.Cniicnli. I 'f (
t \ i -; <... ,*..,..on.B..| f o Rntithu'iiit. nnrn>"r I I nl. rinrlila anil I tinI' nnl ,of H-nil Trustees 1'140 llninl fort All Inchoa many 1"1'':' b"JII to .iuu-r ,
I' i.' T ".! Th..... Ill nr 1tlnfU Three ((1> .. rirfeftdnntu I of unlil County, ha. filed n, ,n.iltlnn HIP In il aim"tirConntii nt middle ttiji' with constant\ h.icii- I

i.. mae nr ..I.* nf TMIhronn !flprlnyn" i... ,I HIM'! to Oulrt Tltlp. etc. 01."5 onllll", Ca'I, I i.> I tin nhne ...m"-..1 i'iia255| lint ,nl frt-t m Inel,... I IK-III-, lt II-- N ills ant lunatic
\ : .r",1 'In Tin* !"o.h One fn on "'n". It nmipnrlnir lv ihnur. "I of ...... i I court, itnili-r the ilntp of April' "nth, A Ti I In t illnniitirConcntn, l>iimn "t kiuii n 'i Is
1 T.VrlthrM"t. n' *!". nnMlp,, ...*....1. nf wlnlllt filed In the, ala.'.. enttui'. wblrhrtiti.o 1M2B. tn hntp tht IHIHII'. of Fnur, 11inlrs'iSn ,' | ,, 1'11'0110 llmal f.t 21 111111"PI" "
I 1
\ I if( ,. .1.
!! thcnrr'nin Tn! .. In In.h'.1 u.u.l. I n.I' ''hi. i IR,4, t.-
ti-fldfocl rntit>iv Ftnrfdn 1. line to .mn' ptoud' film. the ., Fifty Thnmiiliil Piillarn ($425 nOR IInlhr.
I' Thlrt v-i.no ,l I..<7r*... north twine ..itit I title' nnd I "..I..t the. title of I the cnmplnlntt' worth. of hi.mix n"t, h".I.i-il" bv ChapliT, I IllICS \ .", ,to IH ilunp ,arrorilntt, till'11is, diiiiK '1 I' "l hnultru'tl, uiti-i'n-.
I ,..M nn.'to vlih nM, Pfipitprnon inn' tnllip the 'InniU. thnr nre "!...rlh.,1 ''n the ..nil, I of the Si'i-rlal *.I nf th. T..r"ta-' tinplntiit I .and In*!"i'notion'i '.. irrnpriil |I..I. ilriipny' tfiuvrl 01' Ii iglit, 'it .uilu-o.,.'. -
I 1 I. Ti.t Ito,. ,nf, Vorthrnut OUH. **(.r nfVortl"nnt i 1 ill! of romnlnlnt. "in I the !"hi-rlff ofHrndfon 'Inrp, of rt"rliln' of the rtlranrrllnarv Si'"- ilnlnna.: \ apii-lnl' puiiln oii i.. api ciflrailona I Help 3ittUi' weikctiLi! iuiu-y|' with -
nunrtor' of nnld, !Qor lnn. Thlr'vK ,: Count-v, T'lorldn bnM mnde return lnn 'nr Niwrmlier IPII. ami! hv nnilpptlon nnil pjNipnual aol contract nf llnalfurilt'.uutply. ; I i bet
", itt kittncy
> !: a "; ,,1(1, Town-Mr.) Pie I T.t. Routh, "nn.. I on the aiimmnni, I" .h..y, ,',,Is I hi.l l on HIP! tnih. ilnt' of Io.h. it 1'lnulull I .lh.I'I I'
< Twmtv nno I ln Tn-l th-pco run. ,V >rth. Ic.tlid"IP pnld' cntlne. tbnt the wild, .iim, 'non. \ p i't."(n'In Tlrmlforil! rn.n" FlorMn I-arh: hlil', muiit, tip aprnmimnlnl, I liy a".'. ilisi" ,' gilt( n Hi in )h old l l (L.BUiJdiui's j I
I to KnHhitnnt corner of wild' !Section' Thltv In Chnncerv, I" unrvepoti d I nnd ennnol, be In Mrh election n lar"' of th'' I I fl-l, chirk .." a. hank In Uratlfnrd. (',. I'illH. Thiui 'iinUs of o'll' ''

I ii I ('151. thinro Wft: n'nntr' th( I Ito,. nfF.I.I I .er.,ed ,unon the Tloeldn Unit'"nt' Comoiinv qunllf'iil., rliTtorfl. ,, hn were r.. hnMi-ra tv mailf' ,.n..hl., tl i lS: Multhi, 'w.. flinlrniiiii. folks,, I it-ioiiinii'ml, I iln.til's., .
I ;,.**tinn; tn ;pnld; Snn* frnn TTnnrt i th"- n eorpomtlon. The. nun.!In IInlrnn"I Ii ".tlnir tlii-rf-at. \."t.' for I the Itwmnre of .,,. llunril of H.mil. .1..1., fur five I III'llin I Stiti kt' 'imil, I
!Qmtth$ nlom' ...,.-11.... of unld' S..f. I i fomnnnv n rt'rnoustlo, the ",.. l lwnIn, In thp mim of Tour Tlnnilrml,, an.l in"r n nt of thn amount, hid. aa u.M.f : |I" : '5'
t I, < I"I' "nn,' "f'i'*i Tfnnd J. tht' nii rm nf I imd, Imm'irrnllnn. Cnmtmnv. n nrpi, .rnilo" I Tiftv, Tlioiiiinn.l. OIHll for harl I nf_ iiooil. faith and .. n minrantpe, tint I If L. II.I t"ltIU.t.: n-tiM'tl' t'"vehnJ J t' 5.,
) filCh d.r. Fnt' line nf Mnd I *3nn'l-.r. I, 'three of the fendnntn' nnmid In until bill ..iirfin lnir. T.lo.4.n. soil othirwlflp ",.arulri. | t Hip t-oiilrai-t, Ihu hldilur, will e.oriili. ,, rt i.i", St., ,ion.: "I 1 h.,1,I tIUU- t I'. I
:, 'I', TOrn! to rmlnt of hctrlnnlnir F" .cp..*''n I lor Com-'lnlnt ," lag 1 to the fttlluee, of the I 'Imprnvlnir' the pnMIe roa la of Ttrn'I- tIle Clint rrf, SlId iiku b.in.1, en .i 1111! with, my kitliu >'M. There WtHtuintHs .

t n..d ri' I". from It'.. nhnvo dnarvMtrtd' .nld cnS-norntlon. to ebet officer, or np- ford! Connttr. Florlila a' provltlnl for Intlip qll..1 I : luii-U und I fcitpictty !
'Inn,!. the ttIootnr t' nlooon. TO-WIT l t ,n/ent.. unit,' n.ln.! I. tbfnllnee! of I iinl'l 9pprlnl, I Art ..nIn,\ the .nl of nwht, la nairvrd to mimi any .n.1 I aiiimy,'i'uol I 1
limn' I with
On...iinl. "** nTr In Vorthon! corner nf nnttlS.rM. 1..1.' porriorntlonii hn.'. within the Stntenf I "alii plprt'on' hy ti,. Ttoard t>f flout,' Tmatpa all lila 'I I still "ovuiupiins I
1 ','n 'I'IoI..y..I. (WnVt| ntao" T n'. 1B PlorliTn an of flei..r or ni-cnt. upin,. whom of nnulfnnl "iinitt. Ftor'.la' \allilnt-' I'latia and, apiplfltatlona, niny' lie a.inat in mv 111.1. I,. I ).ifl5% ri.t:: '

? fl nnd! W.,,.t hiilf of !I".tH 7. R n..r flinch, I....... cnn bo ..cnt-l no,1! I nppenr'n Ml anl ronflrmprt hv .1,-'._ nf Ralil' cnur the., offirti. of the County I':iiirlntpr anlflu,1' Ki'lpi'il mi i i,.1 I iII"- -atut, niul\ uiiuliux .
lrc.fl Al-n I lotOno, ,' Two nnlW. .. .. of 0n of the pinna may hi i-Mulni.l from "
1 .n tint crones ennrot I be "' upon, unMeerinrnt nnl that on the 2mh day t.rl. I .il I .
.-t "",ilf of I..t. Flr-.n' finl'TwiK'* rfPlnrV Ion. fry Ih' f'itlrrt, unld cor.'oriiton |IU?. an i>rli" .r 1..,..,! out nf the rmiitni'aln"t Hip, ..it'rptary' of I I"I, hoard for 15.Oil,, ,p.rioiy I.m.ti.. le.. Dun't .
: Tmir,, I Ml nf nn-d" men or n'nt' I | I sleet off'eerM' npp'ilnl, nirpni.nnd the otali* "of Klorl'la iillrlnir, ItIhrnitirh ( '1,1'. of ( aiu-ririrnlliinn. may IHI 11. .th. I\Il.N.
fin nni.rnc 'o tho IdH nf ..n"'nlnt1'.01' | owing,to tbi. fnll'ire. n of iiI ..n..ntnn. the llnmirahle .' P o.'kl"' Wnlp" nlilnlni.,1, .I ii. npcri. ,tnry of lh. biiaid, "ilply ask r., I kiL,.'u.t'1"- #
In anti. cause i on or fcoforc the Seventh duvof p .. in'o'tiitn the Stnt'". nf. Fled' h in 1 ,Mtornry for the Tlirlilh ,., 1"1.,1I fur >n 01)) |M r .. .. gi-t< I I DUIIM', I'lIU I ill' iuiii'' llliltMr. f

Juno A I ft 1V it nthirwNo the ntloirn.4lnn n"'tfteern r ntront linen whom ..... I I of rlor'tla' nhow ...,... before the TT'in- n. s. M \rriiEwaC I'.iistniiin, li.nl, -t tit I '.:.11" \ f 1

\ t !'! nf the bill will lo sullen' nn cnn f..*....! rim" be .i r* i.l nn.I thnt them ,IP no pir.onIn oral,'. A 7 A'ldlnH' Jtliltrp of nltl r..rt., A. Chairman (to. Mtin., llullau, ,, N 'i)
nrnlnut, yottTt 5 the "Stn'e' of Vlnrliln ,the .., t* fnrthor ordornl thnf thl notlro! hi upon hoe woild, ltn4nIl cor In the nformnlil', rlrPiilt. nn Ihp In'h I-21BI-5-2I. I ---- ).-.

: ntihll-hi'd onr. n week for THir.. co.". ctltlvr %5. i"rtll.!!,.. soul I It .1." nnpinrlp", from thi. onv of May 1 T> |10"fl at tin o'plork AM '1 ,
\ !I wootfi,, In tho Rrndford" fount, Totournrh I.*.."*-. 1111 nf eomt.Inlnt' In the nnn\e pniioethnt I wbv .alil liont.,' ,ahnliM' not I IIP vnMilatplanil -
I .n wpoVIv n-wnnper nf (ronprnl ttte n.ldeneeM nf the defendnnt. 'thi-ri .. .. : thrai-. ''IFRFI"nlf| ,ar- +--- --,- --- L
: .'..,'iilntlon, ntiMtuhpd In Stnifcr." 1rnd-. 'In nw.'" tn-wlt Floi-ldn' Hnllrond Cum onmmnnil anil, rriiulrp, of
; ,ford m...... Florin. I "M"v near"oriiilen fnln tirletlnnil' mi.. II... nnil' ".' anil" each nf vou', arti 1..ly,, .
w *rVTrv5ct the irnnnrrhlo, .Tndwo ..' the W.eha." 'Tellv Wn-ka h'. wife The PlorldnP'nlton1 .,.Id to anniar lirfore she ITiinnrahl"A : ,
: !? F .hth .TitHfifi1 rtrriilt, fonrt n'fo' O W Comnnnv n eornnrntlon ..TumiT 7.. AiUdna' Jil'ltrp nf the Circuit r".r.
: < Alilnrtrnn, 1"1.! ..... nnd the "t*>nl nf f MM a.- .t Tnhn Mi-Tine n. tru.... I .i the County, Court TTnu..p In Court nttari! <*. Rrndfr.r'l, ('nntv. F'"rMn. "' Tl, PL.rMn' T n-.l. nnd' T-ml'II., .. Com1'itHv Tt,."nr Countv. J....".. nn the I IRth Hnv J. L. SIMMONS'f
i' <1 thin 'the nth ".. of Mnv 4 n 14II< I n pornnrntlon Tohn, I' furltev.lnm ., M. A. T>. In (f. ten o'clock A. M.
) n. W. A r.nrRM'e t r. M.ii.v" t t. 'I.. pv Cnltlriilnl anil iihow Cause. I any you Imvp.. why pail' I
I-PFAM Chrri I .T Cnln ('h"l' |,.,' Svl. '... rhlpinvM" l.nml." nhnulil he vnllilali-il" soil, rnnffrmnl -
wlfo T ,. .ini I John Me. othprwlRr the allegation of the
'amen .utei :
I ,'w,
A. T. rfrTWR.Sol'el : "",- n Tr..nl.. for The Ftortd't, Rnllrnndeom I "alii, prtltlon will h ,taken in confraaolvmt. ,,,. ANn EIECT'UCAL CONTRACTOR
"tor for fomplnlnnnt 5-7-flt-rt .
.nnv n Tohn TT Mnrkevitnd h"
/ TLr-mn" o..n."I"n., ndnilnl.t ,intor. of I If la orilirral that thla nntlra he puhllnh-

the o.l'n'. of .'.h.. T1 Mnrkev ,....",,1 ril core pitch wppk for ''h. cnn-ppiltlvc, Estimates Made-Work (iunruntcedSTAUKE. I.f;
NOTICE TO FITORS) AND! ('REfill Tnme. S nn1 .*in Tl ehnrd' .T. Coodwfnlt. I Mrt'ka hi'for*' the paul: I of May,
f''j/ OaR .. .t F, .. Mnr'hi Ti.hn. hi., wife i ;I 0 tlfffl: In thp Hra'lforil County ,. ,- :

"",1 the i-nt't' TT"...h, 'I| rnndwln, n minor I 1viN>klv nrwmiaittr, pul'llHhnl. In $,.. FLORIDA ,
...i. i", Krailforit County, Plnrlila thnt I ,
I. i..nt of VnldiMla' fi-orula I
Nntlr I In, hereby thnt nil epislitin.tetiuit'eti I : : .h.nlh
rf .Iv.n. nil hi*.** fi, Its fl.th St'ep' nre. all unknownII. I f-rt of until pulillratlona. ,/ '. ,1I atI I ,
Inir clnlmi .t.I. .,thol..p..r.nns of. R. 1 .. l.n Ih.. reeldine' of ",....h.1 I ','n.1 rlifhtrrn ilnya prior. to the flaitl I5lhilnv
ft.I..t ,, ..., of Mnv. A. l P 1' ''". .-.-.-
"' doreaturd1. 'Intit of f nmt it ), there IH no perMon II, U U ,
.n.h.r.. hrrrhv ri-qnlntd, to nr.dn' ,u,. a,,,.. ,,f vv.-ldn the .eri'ee of n ",.ubmo" 'A'iTNESi: m, hanil anil official aral uI
I _
elnlmn' duty .,'h.nt..t" to..the unit" *- ".-I "n .,.'.._ ...t,1 bind .hi'ill ill.. "
/ ntcrntd within 'rm ".1.. or th* 'n.'n.i n-d t"ni ''t In lie.I't ..\ .I bv the"
nntlr will ho held In thr rot o. nnd ti' I.' .. 'fi'flI "i ..1, ,,' .1 etm.'ut ..I'fi.I.,
: ..., ....., ,, .. ....
pennnii tndi'bird to estate nre ""h "ill. P nnd. n. are lie-
t .Otilrrd fn r>.their nd( dobtn U> ..'d mo- '. i-' 'i.lent. ." w,'II .. the ..1t"bqO ..
I mtnlHtrntrlT forthwith.Thl flt... |II| n minor'
l 18th. ."f Mnreh. 1Q2Hi ,I..i.r- I l. li.. 'ire.-r""w'. Mv.|I", oil! "I ,d I I" thin n. II I!!I

I I i I MRS! B. i.. BT.ANrnAnr .,.t,* nit' te* f>....'iiilnnnt. itoe. not known

to, I, S-1.t-Vt.B-14. Admln"t.tr ,. h.. nr.t b,n nbte to nHpertnln, whithirn
| IISII !! ... ... ... *-. nf .'"M. l i |",.IM ,I ,'..fpnilnnt nre di t, nd I' Features | ; j
i. ..., .
: -' in .hI rinodMln i IITherefore
r NOTIfE r* v I Th'milT

fa ordered thnt the n'd' l. tIt
In tho rirenlt Court. rirhtti ..fuillrlnlCircuit I in
known who are heretoforetiamed Highest QualitThe
nrndford, Flnrldn In d'O"r.nl. Ma'ntninr. I
l tc I ChnneiryW County. In order. If llvtnff. and If d'-nd ; U.
claiming 'fntereet under' the sail
!'. Ollronth. nnd C. A. Mnrkn.Compln 1.1 "vn parflee nnd nnmed rtefendnnta afon-tnlil. i't)1-I I ,.
tn I tinntfl. .
.. otberwlae. that nil l
or Mnd pe5Sons
of is l.irielv JvtcrrnincJ! by the II
vnFlnrldn quality motor
a car -
', whnm.n. that may be or arp. In. I lle 'der.hip ;
I.nnd A Tmmltrrntlon .
: : CorrHirntlnn. it nl. Compnnv 1..1 In the property 'Involved ,In tbl. materials out of which it is built. i -
de.erlbpd aa followa lying and being I
|flrfeisntsaiim to ,Quirt Title I .I.n."r County., Florida" tnwwlt Take for instance steels which comprise the major ; ,
naif' of the !SouthwcMt, .'"...t. r -
: It npttonrlnir by the nwnrn hill, of comnlnlnt portion of the materials used in automotive ivimificturinn ; .
Section 2*. the ?ti.t half of the
filed In tho .nhnvo. rniiwe, which enu o.1 : ,4 I
< 1:
I IH one to move cloud" from title ansi :a !Sotithen.t quarter of Section "n..n( In tixlay. No automobile cm haw" more durable or '' I

.. i the title of the cnmplnlnnntH, to th< Town.nlp Sts nitth. fonts 20 Fan pntalnlna I more satisfactory Btccl-i than \oti v.vt in a I'onl. 1r.ISI,, >IJI J
\I..t IflO .. Ipea be anilthpy I
\ :
'I I thnt ntdinrr'bfd In the unld. "I o'enmylniet n II
thnt the Shi-riff nf hereby are reniilred to acorn tn th The upholstery used in Ford closed contains h
tc I Ir.- bill of complaint' In Mnld cause nnbefore ". I cars I mid hrc'3 I 3
I C"n.I.rl"o.. bun,' mn'lo duly roturn Iftmiod. .,In .I.)'' Mnndny. ,lh t.1 dnv nf .Tune A TlIP" larger percentage of wool tluiri i-t oriliiurily& spo.c1s.tj, : l '

( ) cause. that rhn.) ".ruimmnn, In Chnner-r-. will*. otherwise fnken Ma.the eonfewedTt .allegation. of .nld I M1 I' Genuine polished! plate glass is used for Ford '\'Indo\\ H Afutur' :Su.si.uui.am: i ,

I "n."I..1. | nnd .nn' |Ii.> nor\rd upr h I .
r.h. ordered. th.t thIn ni-d.c Ii' I and windshields.
t'lnthl. Land Immlirrntlon Company. fcoriorntitm I .
ptdillidird' one* n week for four cnn.-rtlve "
j ; :
In *n1il! bill nf one enmnln'nt of the' ilffrndantn nwlnir to the name full wreVn In the Rrndfnrd County TI I I. I The story i is the same for every item of material I used in I .I.i..lt.
I I urn of the until ..,.'.roll. to ..|pct o' a-rnpb .n FToHdn now'nnper. published In Rrmlfur1Cotintv. Ford manufacture. It iJI logical that suih extreme trre iti ; Iisc'iri-OLI C1'fr'"
flrpra or appoint. anent. and owing to Hi .1
OtMorrd the Bth of Mnv. A the setection of materials should n.sull in Cfi I
thin dny in
r..lhl. of *ald, eornorntlon In have withi-* 1 I a ",1' .t J

the Htntp of Flail"',; an offlrer fir airn 1524. A. V. f. without an equal when it comes to endurir| seni 1 i.- !'I nt& ;; !
upon whnm proei.. pan bo m-rvtd and i ovrtJudt. J
thnt rmei-nn rnnnot he mrvnupon /.;>.itiori YSh"/ II i \
: I :
l F V .lOTTV.
Ma rnrporntlon for the o I
.nl I,' corporation. to elect ot.".rnlll.t aI .- Solicitor' for CompTn'nnnt' R-' .Kt.ft t Lowest Price I I 11 t : .. I k \

I point aireptM and fiillure i --- Si'I.It. -,
\ I \I aid,, corpnrntlon to ;:within, the Slat NOTTCrTn I l I.' L

Dl of Florida an officer ".n' upon whim Circuit Court, Rrndford, Countv n''- J. 1..t (
I I procenii can bervrd, and thnt then) I, Ma. Tn Chaneerr. 'I t i'
no |u>mon In,the State of Fliirldn the MP. A. "....*.nt. Conditions that are unique in the automotive industry Lu/if"1 I .

I be vii( of .a nuhpoena upon, whom would, bin Complalnnnt.vit make Ford prices possible. I .
Maid corporation nnd It .t.n appearliI I '
7o rtcT I
: ; I from the worn bill of complaint, In th Tal'* T>e ". al..1.T..n" Every manufacturing operation is under direct 'ntrol > ; ? fi I. I t,
nhnve cause thnf the n-nlilenpm of the difendnntM Tn.n.' p cc I i; .' "*. l' (. _ _
I therein named. In..I. 10.11' SnIP and Remove Clnnd of the Ford Motor Company. Iron in taktn from lord .lt. \ .

,! \! ], Land A Immigration Com... aorpurnI t. Tll. ,. (. .
a To the known unknown d f n itn mines in Michigan ; coal from the Company's mines in I I
I"Ion. Edward N. Dlckenon Vary C l tie'| the above atyled ... to-wlt T aitrn r1Thompeon Ti'1"; "Syhe.s, /
I .. b'a' Kentucky and West Virginia. I Ford glass plants produce | | .
.on .I.. J I. Ruff T. F Ruff f.aura T>. Thomnvop .".' Qewnel r I
Hilda C A, ... Honor huiibanrtJohn Oir. ii i ; "
ft Tnm..n. her hu.h.n,1 rtenilne- the glass for windshields and \\indov; Mood ci 'ive rrhl I t
T..n. and Charles fl. Holland? are a' Smith. .. P. n Ca ,
unknown r..y. Ford timber tracts. Raw unii fini-:!h.'l< !' .,. t. ,\'j.J
I and 'that there la no pet-ton ItI nova .. *on. S'mnn' fltiekenhelmee e._. materi.l > ; rot. I 1. \ 4
I the State of Florida the vrvlce of a nil, nel' R TTiKirihard Cntnllnd A C.vMCnrallna '. are carried over : routes ; coke; '
I I linens upon whom would bind naid difendants ( A. nntvblll. If alive and I If .,..>* I $ :
1 ; : blast furnaces steel mill foundries and mills !
and that It la I belIeved hr th their nnknotm devfMeea Iptrntee .- ovens, a saw Thveav.it.i4a'iei.. 'J.

I .om.lftlnal.antn whole that the mid. named defend ...nl. and to h.l.all' n..I. havtM.r' 01 .Ii' -al are part of this complete organization. It., ..ef '!"" '.. [ I t -I

realdeneea and n". .. unknown mayelafm nave any rfpht. till',. e.r n ,g'.i, lv ""U I
:1 of .the "to. .omll.'n.n.' thin are Inl., .nnd.d th.Complalnanta ..i- terenfa or eefati In and the followifeeerfried !. Under any other circumstances, Ford cars would cost a .you il lit t ui (runIIIIHlfll r I.:
at nuit .. I' ,
fi tawitSAlt '
I In. deal than they do. ,: .
more ijt.t
I dI not know and haM no nf Block' 24 In what ,. brown ,-.' great M | t.tl
been able to aneertaln. whether of ini ri, '0" I. i.
any i-ills
recornteil 'In the Habit Ri-poril. rf H-.d.' ..
,., known defendant are dead or alive/ ford "n"", "'nt. of Florida na V.1-I-" .. I I.tn"1.h .h.' //i Foul cnntnuv I I
Therefore. It to ordered' .
I known defendanti that the tal I Comnanv'a Addition to It-. & I I I I- u
who ..heretofore named TnW .. Florida aa the name tin.I' ta I .
In this '
i parties order. If Interest llvlna-. and if dead, ati pea. of record ,. n Pool TO P... on I Oatrott. Mich. "
I known ..1.lmln. under th. nali nf the Reeord of T In and for Prad

al I craned or .n.m".defendanta. and'. that afornald.all .penon de ford; Connty., ptortdaRnetlnt* NEW PRICES j ;

whonuoever that may be or are I Intereate*' i
I I In the Ton and each of vmi are hereby ren'ile J

\ property* 'nln.Involved l ly's" and In this aolt.In Brad dVyH.bla to h, and amiear ht. the .....e ef .h, > RUNABOUT TOURING COUPE TUDOR StOA, fORDOR -DAN ,.
bl.. of Jndtet.t ftrei.lof .
".. .I r.ar
rnn County -

Northweat Weal quarter half of. "ah..t quarter of South,,' nn Monday.. the Reytnth and for day Bradford of June County A. TTM > 290 310 $500 $520 $5 ;

waat qyarter of N.rhw.t E.t quarter all .. ". at the, Car honee In th Town -' f /
"In. Tjwnahlp e. South. Ran. V 8._. anawev agaInst awnrn, Mil tk.ahoye CisV raaia. AU priea 1.O. B. Delvoll
R.tlnln. 40 acre* ..or ,lea* j I b. .I.Ia "lllt c .. .".
the .
: 1 and thp hereby a.alr to appea -.. to r cloud and eomrTalnant quirt title a to j III JJ 1 JfP
of .
t f't 1 t ti.to.bi Complaint MDa"". the lob day said,of cauMaw JJM the T above..-..' .C.t Telearapk.. a w. -Wa MAVm HaWaal I Till OUAUTT TO RIOUCI THI PHICl- 1j

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AGE SIX e I I not intend to take any chances; with contract for the feltliful performance of of complaint that he bellevea there ere pew Also bevlnDlnar. .t the Sowtfcaaat corner
I of Southeast
of Southwest quarter
: the contract.
: Telegraph REALTY TRANSFERS this hog cholera trouble when it is eona. firm. and corporation. interested in Twenty ((20) Township
.2Sy: Tha right la reserved to reject any or the said property involved In thi. ault. of Section Barm
so easily and surely prevented. I all bl..... whoae name, age residence or place ofbuaineaa (n. South Ranite Twenty-two (2i) But
I. E S. MAT' IIEWSChairman. and'run North 60 feet Wait lea fast
IN 1879 W. H. Griffin and wife to Cal- < In unknown to complainant, andIn
South "60 feet, East IDS fact to begin.
said bill relief la prayed against such
Farmers & I i I i vin Hartline-40 aeres 20722.( I Apalachicola-More than were C. A. FUTCH I .known and unknown defendant. peraoni nine
B. S. McCain and wife to W. E. 000 pounds of fish and shrimp Secretary i f,rm* and corporations" Also North half of the Northeast Quarter
d Entered as Second Class I of I of Station Twenty-one (21) Township
20722. shipped out Apalachicola within THEREFORE It la ordered that all per-
|I' Middleton-10 acres three days this week, according to ions firm and corporations named in thus I II !Seven (T). South Range Twenty-two (22)
By H. P. Ward Count at Starke, Florida D. I. Ames and wife to G. A. Eaat.Alao.
( if deador
1 notice. If living or In glance or
and A. R. Marcotte-60 acres 25- I the agent for the express company In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Cir not In eilatance. then hi., her. their or the Northwest quarter of the Northwest .,
1 6-21 50 acres 24-6-21. : here. cuit. Bradford County, Florida. In Chancery. I.. heirs devises. letiatees. grantees. eucetvsora quarter of Section Twenty-two 22)
; .. Townnhlp Ben (7), South Range Twen.
Owner and Publisher : and .I"n. and to all peraona.I
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE IN- | W. M. Hodges and wife to Mun- : Tallahassee-If Attorney General S. R Johna.Complainant.. I firma. and corporations, having or claimIng ty-two ((22) Eaat.Do ,
EXPERIENCES----------Managing EditorTO I day Hodges-10 acres 136.20; 12 any Interest In and to those certain appear to the bill of eomplaiat rlM '
ARTICI ES OF FARM 1 ;, John B. Johnson can find a legal YO Inta or parcels of land lying and being In .
BE BEST SUITED TO == i acres 216.20.Edmund Chandler. to Ada C. But- I pathway to test the Constitutionality Edward N.Defendanta Dlckenon at al.. and Bradford described county aa Rats followa of Florida, known In said of June cause,A.on D.or. 1026.before otherwiae the Seventhday the

p41.", ...'"tt.?....", ...srzs jl szszs' szs2sesrlN RATE lor-10 acres 4722. I of the federal inheritance tax Bill te Remove Cloud Quiet Title and Th.t certain piece or sane In the East allegations agalnat of the yon.bill will be takal aeconfenaed
law, he will carry Florida' fight directly Other ibll.f.Order half of Southwest quarter of the Southeast .
1 I to Lawrence Development It la further ordered that ibis notice
I > J. E. Larson
CITRUS to the United States sup of lervlca by' publication noticeto be publffthed once a week for Four eon..eeutive
AND 111iSEC'r I Rpleron I Co.-10 acres 24822. I known and unknown dcfendanta.It quarter of Section Twenty-four weeks In the Bradford' County'
Application reme court. The attorney general (24). Township Seven ((7)), South Rang.
J. E.
DISCUSSED: that Lee Jenkins and wife to appearing from the allevationa of Telegraph % weekly newspaper of .sneratcirculation
CONTROL: made this statement in the Twenty-one ((21)) East, bounded on the
bill of above
today referring .worn complaint in the published at Starke, Bradford
.4ain- I Larson -10( acres East by lands formerly owned by Linnitt
cans th.t the age rcaldence or place of County. Florida.
to the resolution
The Second Florida District, two years ago, made no I I E. E. Tabor and wife to Elex G. adopted business of the defendant Edward N. Dick Williams. on the North by lands ownedby WITNESS the Honorable Jurtie of the
., Tract 24822. recently by the Florida Takes In. eraon, Charles' H. Nlcholiln. .hnrlra H.Nlekl. M. Fugaassf and Company, on the Eighth Judicial Circuit also. 0. W. Aldirman. -

mistake in replacing a long time member, Frank Clark, with :I: Loyh Mrs.- J. P. McCulley to Sarah ventory congress at Palm Beach Company.... Keule a corporation Nleklea,, The Florida Florida Railroad Land" South the by West land by owned land owned by H.by H.P. Hall K. M,.andon .... I I at Starke.. Clerk Bradford and the county.sal of Florida this Court this

a more active young man, R. A. Green. The Fourth District I 1 Caroline Smith-10 acres 26-55-22. which asked Governor Martin to and Immigration Company" a corporation.C. containing Twenty acre more or 1_. the 6th day of May A. D. 19?8.
instruct the state's department of M. Hopkins and Mary A. Hopklna his Also the W..t half of the Southwest O. W. ALDERMAN
has to lose allowing Joe Sears to come back to I I Sarah A. Lee to Margaret C. I .... of the I
nothing by justice to test the federal law at wife George D. lun. David Jon.* and miarter Southeast quarter of Sees I (SEAL) Clerk
I I Clark-40 acres 36722. Delania lon_ hit wife. Wm. C. Temple. tlon Twenty-four (24) Township Seven A. S. CREWS.
Florida and take up his law practice, which he relinquished I I Ethel J. Weatherly and wife to I, once. William C Temple::: Simon J. Temple E. 1 (7))I. South Range Twenty-ona (21). East.COOPERATION Solicitor for Complainant. .-.-..-.-..
. I. 8 P. Klrkary, John T Seeeo. PeromaFarkhnrat r
4A some years ago..-St. Augustine Tribune. I Minnie L. Redgraves. 2 lots in I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS M. C. Webb, Samuel C. Lan. ; -- -
I Blk. 3 Starke City Park. J. D. "McLemore." J. R. Earl: Jr. J. C.
4 L. II. Griffin Sealed bids will be received by the Board .. John C. Edle, T. W. Pitta. Thomas
o W. E. Middleton to W. of Bond Trustees of Union County and tha W. Pitta Charlea Roberta. Hiil'lah' H rival
I -40 acres 20722. I Board of Bond Tru.t_ of Bradford county t. Wm. C. Jon... Ellaa Webb Levi
Starke and Bradford county have failed to perpetuate; Clara E. Rollins to W. M. Thomas Jointly. at bridge site until S p. m., on the John. J. H. Blackwelder, If living, or In IS THE PATH TO
lath day of May. A. D. 1D26. and at that axintance, are all unknown to complainant '
) ... the memory of those boys who gave their lives in the World !i, -Lot 1, Blk. 1, Pine Hurst De- I time publicly opened. for the construction" and that there .la no peraon In the State SUCCESS
of a bridge over New River at a point of Florida known to complainant thoeMlI.
"* War. What would be more lasting than concrete memorial vrlpoment. 1 where Road No. 14 In Bradford County will .. of a aubpoena upon whom would
Clara E. Rollins to W. M. Thomas | crone New River. bind the said defendant, or cither of them I Spend your money with home concern Money spent wH
arches: over the five highway entrances to Starke carryinga I'I't -Lot 2, Blk. 1, Pine Hurst De The work Include furnishing of all the and W. F. Nlcklea of (009 Hatel Avenue
naceasary tool. labor, equipment and material Weat Philadelphia. State of Pennsylvania: foreign corporation never returns. Ride the GalnoriD _
t. tablet with the names of our heroes inscribed thereon? velopment. necessary to complete .Id bridge and that It ia believed by complainantthat I
J. F. Johnson and wife to R. M. In accordance with the plane and specifications the named defendanta "t'j.I Interested HUB--IU service is the equal to any competitor and a
4; I Hemey Tract 2822. on file In the offices of the Clerks In the property Involved la suit; and I i!
-o of the two boards. In Stark and Lake Hub complainant allege that he dos not .know, home concern.
J. C. Penny to Penny Gwin Cor- I I... and by dlllxent search and Inquiry .h.i ,
Every buyer of produce operating in the county and tow;\ poration-AII 13.7.22; Tract 36-7- ', Each bid must be accompanied. by a certi not been able to ascertain whether any of
fled check for the laid defendant, .
I I 10 err cent of the amountof whose age lealdenee GAINESVILLE
Mould be licensed and their license should be revoked forafaarp 22.A the bid. and made. payable to the Chairman or place of business la aliened an unknown j BUS CO.
N. Marcottee and wife, G. A.I I of the Board of Bond Trusts of Un. la' dead er alive, or In exlataneear
practices the same as the real estate agents. The town Marcotte and wife to D. I. Ames- ion booty aa a guarantee that the success not and It la alleged: In the aworn bill: I
ful bidder. will within 30 daya
execute a
council could not take a better step for the town than to 60 acres 25-21; Tract 2425621. Contract. and give a good and aufficient -- -- --- -- --.--- -
eX.j T. P. Wall to James Green-2 I bond for a sum equal) 'o the amount of the -
ercise some sort of supervision over the actions of both L.-
acres 26-6-22. Oil Peril in Reservoirs Called Safe in Sfeel
and outside buyers of produce from the farmers within T. P. Wall to J. L. Green 8 acres TntksC

t41wn. _r.iA: :alI.ti0 : tik 26622. I PEN POINTEDI .. J
E a Minton J, L. Green et als.-and 8 acres wife 26622.I to Ella I i 4, u N. <.hCtsq' ):! ,-a y H'" restst o w + qr eeMy N

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U. P. Ben sent and husband to
: Borne of tho** farm relief ....
Starke is an attractive town at all times and especiallyso J. L. Green, ct ah.' -8 acres 26-6- I I eta who couldn't get relief trots

at this season of the year. Her oak-shaded streets and 22.T. I Congress may be relieved: when tbel TV
P. Wall and wife to J. L. get back bora / atI
beautiful homes attract the attention of the many travelers Green et nls.-8 acres, 26622. I
'; through the town. Frank S. Hodson and wife to W. A aclentlan My a mosquito bin I
M. Hodges-40 acres 13620. I coat 11 cent, but there are place
._, i where they may be bad free.

0r PI NEWCASTLE I It I* r.port.ntomolo.u; I II

> A glance at the county judge's docket the number of arrests that there will be Just .. many lIOn I

r\ being made by the traffic officer of drunken drivers, I'in0 Castle, May 6.-Miss Clem- 'bug this season .. there were .U.
Hall, of Tampa, arrived hero year
; pistol toters and other lawbreakers prove the need of a mii-several days ago and !Is the guestof i t p

road patrolman. The present officer is doing his duty in a I bur parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. country'A Russian old duke throne.W Why aspiring dovnn! to the ha vl b

t.: highly commendable manner in making the highways safe Hall\ and other friends and rela. I try the antique ......' y1V ,: sewer %deq .
then. .1' 'w
for the sane driver. Freeman Hall and Johnnie A New York burglar apacialiana) !. I
I radio Bets !Maybe the neighbors
0-- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield have a hand in tr
spent one day last week wit', I

Farming in Bradford county is a profitable business, and friomta at Lawtcy. Gruver Bericdull draft dodgernow II
Miss Clemmie Hall spent the latter In Germany says h's through
farmers should adopt better business methods to get the ut- part of last week with her slater with Americana Maybe bee j 18.

most profit from their labor. There is not a profession, or' Mrs. E. L. Younblood, of Gra. Bryan's daughter believe.* womAn'. I

business in the world run in more slip-shod manner than ham and while there attend the place Is In the horn, but In running \.
party at the home of Mr and Mrs. for Congres probably: Ceela she'd beat 1 aaro. .. ;-d. e cos ws+m II t
farming, and the great majority of our farmers should drop Alverson. home there.PEN t tr

their lone-hand method of business and face the world with a Leroy and Chester Dennison of t'I r

united front. Hampton were visitors hero Sun- 'I'II

-.- day Misses afternoon.Clemmie and Lucille Hall POINTERS I L! A --...
I .
attended the show in Gainesville q"""OOQ coo I

Alachua county commissioners have fitted up a suit of Saturday night. BARRv.LCALj: j 1 ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Youngbloodand I Coolidge la going on vacation I I RESERVOIR. i
offices in the courthouse for Judge Long in keeping with the fA3AFI
son, Lawton, spent Saturday pretty soon Real estate men ar* 4 .
dignity of his office. We have a circuit judge in Bradford evening here with friends and rela- I getting exciteda Impossibility. Steel tanks, pact ./
that the legislature failed to from tives. e 600 feet apart of 55,000 to 80,0 '
even move
Bleeping sickness cure I* reported barrel
capacity, are there teed M
Starke, and Bradford's commissioners should see that he has J. J. Youngblood and son, Willla, 'I discovered In Copenhagen Rush tirely except for temporary M
of Louise, were fishing here Saturday some, before Congress quit vice when a gusher Is brought I
the proper quarters for his work. evening. I e e, ePurl. unexpectedly. Around each ta. ,1'
Clyde and Wilburt Hall were the Trying to tell when Its is an embankment forming a bad f,
-0- guests of their brother, Oscar of I the Fourth of July In Chicagoace capable of containing all the .' t

Waldo, a few days last week. in the tank.
The Telegraph offers the city council as much space as it Miss Lucilo Hall and sister, Miss A Chinaman eight feel tall cornea STEEL OILTANK3 "A lightning stroke ean *ff.< ti
Over to enter the movies H. probes I only one such tank. But when, a
Cares to use in telling the taxpayers about the purchase of Clommie of Tampa, and others bly figure It would t>f niter" to h* I CHICAGO Private dwelling. versal use for storing oil make in the California disaster<
the ancient fire chariot now in use. Not a single word has were visitors to the State Farm I hot with a earner than something. : throughout the., United States are impossible a repetition of the recent strikes one of the great r** rro4at ':
Sunday afternoon.Mr. 1 .... in greater danger of fir than oil $20,000,000 California oil lire,. a volcano is unloosed. ,
been caried concerning it in any of the minutes of the council Caine of Louise was a e a II "Because of heavy production in "In the thousands of small 4 i II
The Indian' seal. hunter,who re stored in steel tanks In oil fields. the San Luis and
Obispo La Brea depots scattered
over the Unito-
furnished for blication. If it is to the if it ha business visitor here Saturday eve-
p a gift city, I I I ported seeing a sea monster with Approximately two-thirds of one fields where the two holocausts oc States the fir. risk in nerllgibii I

been bought, if it is now here on trial subject to purchase if ning.Mr. 'I I .ye. thai opened and shut like trapdoors I per cent of all dwellings in this curred" say the bulletin "most Figures of the American Petroleua
Rogers was visiting in Graham ought to b* summoned to Con <. burn each of the oil was stored in gigantic Institute for 87 different conpanb (
satisfactory, or, in other words, if the taxpayers are to pay one day last week. I trrti by the dry. country year. Only one- reservoirs, in some instances cover show that in more) than '11.900 o
for the engine, the council is respectfully requested to lay Miss Clemmie Hall will returnto .. ?. a third of 1 per) cent of steel storage In!!, twenty acres and holding marketing station there were oral ,
her home in Tampa the latter I I Mod of these two,gun men have tanks for oil are destroyed by fire. 1,000,000 barrel Both fires were nineteen fires and in 71S tail ,
their cards on the table. ; Ingle track mind This is according to a recent bul caused by lightning."In farms 88 fires in tea years. According
1 part of the week and will be accompanied a letin of the American Research the Mid.Continent field to the figures 65 per cet

n ,I. -0 ---- l I by her sister Miss Lu- File may multiply rapidly bul Foundation which declared that which Includes Oklahoma and Texas of all fires were caused by lI&'ba
cille.\ bow the fisherman safety methods. now in almost uni- similar'
!\- i about average a disaster would be an Ding. ..
>>EnATION'I' .
RURAL COMMON: SENSE I -- -- -- --- _-.J
Whether it be in you business life, city, county or state I I *+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 't
Cholera Will Not Get Our Hogs
political life or even in your family circle the word "co-opera This Summer.By I I. : : -

tion" muatever, play an important and vital part. In order, ( Spuds Johnson) : + PATRONIZE- .. +

that the greatest good for the greatest number may be achieved Although most of the hog raisersof '1' : RIDE'' GAINESVILLE :

it is necessary that we have the closest of cooperationamong our community inoculate their 1'!I

individuals in matters pertaining to the and hogs against cholera there aro I : BUSSES + STORE
progress hULL'S
still a few who noirlcct this. Last i
welfare fpr the common good.In year sonic farmers of the community -j i:: SCHEDULE + : :

order for your town to forge ahead, petty jealousies (lost their entire herds. hogs| I 1 + For JAX 7:30: 9:00 a. m. : l'
are a good! price tais year, and v/o
personal enmities and all else of a like order must be forgot- are having them treated to prevenc i I. 4:00 p. m. + .

cholera, for we realize that once + for C'VlLL1 10:00 a; .. +
ten and the personnel of the community work in harmonyand II
cholera into herd it is +
gets a 5:00 p. m.
together at all times. mighty hard to save any hogs in .. -' )
I the herd.Si : 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 9r Factory Shipment Of )

.* Such spirit we want to see always manifested at Starke Smith and Old Slim Tim-

ahd ft is such spirit that will make Starke forge ahead. In the mona who lost their entire herds f i+'F+++++ +I'+eaawiaV III*111.1.l li
last year, came over recently to
. i
t progress of Starke we all have something in common. In ''I nee ale about protecting their herds r: COFFINS & CASKETS ;I HARNESSThis

foreverlastingly boosting for Starke we help ourselves.The I this )year and we then went over and a Full Line of t
and discussed! the matter with Gus

Special Booster Edition idea just launched by this ; Weeks and Abe Larkins. I a:: Undertakers' Supplies ;

paper, which will undoubtedly be the greatest and most effective The result was that we Inoculated all decidI : : AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ;
to have our hogs
I led, I harness is bought under the market and will be sold that
advertisement for Starke ever broadcastd was promoted against cholera. And we decidedto IJ .AI.... .. ..... Tka heat ..m..
have them inoculated right after at u.. laweat prt_ Bipedal attention way. We have been very fortunate this week in securing
primarily in the interests of Starke and Bradford time for realized t. t..r.ph4.' ...*
weaning we REGISTERED EMBAUaEK :a: eome Craig's Early seed corn, some Blue Goose Peas, N. C.
r county and must be considered as our contribution to that it is cheaper and easier to have I
the work done then. And in add!, DEWITT C. JONES J Seed Peanuts and other seed needed at just this time.

ress and not in any way be confused with it being a money tton it gives the pigs protection -\
{If STARKE. FLA. I We keep a clean stock of Groceries and fruit all the time. ,
I' making idea for the firm. Such an issue embraces much additional while they are growing. t

. We didn't want to take any chance r II ++ ++++,s..s.. i A nice selection of candy. Fertilizers that make big crops.
expense in labor special writers, photo and cut costs of starting a serious infestation by )
: NOTICE FOR BIDS Feed, Crates Hardware; The John Deere Plow. The best
} not doing doing the work right andso 1
.t end Innumerable other details with which the public at largeis
we went to town and got a vet I I I I of all.c t
Scaled III... will be received by theI i
satisfaction will I
from the
Our and the .
not familiar. come com- erinarian to como out do I I Board of Bond T..t_. of Bradford i
work for us. lIe brought alongenough : County. .'orl".. at tho office of the Seerrtary j I have a fine Jersey heifer for sale, also a Jersey calf-taught
that have served
work and from the we our
pleted and virus to give the I of the Board at Slarke. Florida, an. I
serum drink milk.
ill 10:00: o'clock A. M.. of June !." 1V24 to -
) community through effective publicity. The way the pub- double) treatment to all of thehogs and at that time publicly opened for the i I .
purchase of One Ford Touring Car.
In tho community, and so we
I lie-spirited men and women of this locality have responded to The Hoard retervea. the right to reject,
had a community event of it. any and all bid.*. ; ; N. B. HULL
this call assures success. For this co-operation in a worth/ May weather is usually pretty B. 8. MATTHEWS t 1'1 Prop.
dry, and that Is regular cholera .Chairman '. 't:
cause we are duly grateful. Send one north. weather. We of our community dJ Secretary 440.61429y> J, ,, l
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