Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 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: UF00027795:00924
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i STATE MOURNS !!'CANDIDATES: Last Survivor I CITY COUNCIL Onion Eater 3,500 VETERANS j: "




Head Bowed" As A. wl|I I Oily Two County Officen Have BOOSTER EDITIONA re ,:' .\ (cd Soldiers-Present:; 'Irnnic Picture \

Laid Opposition; Three Candidate, at ('...nh'derlllt'h''linR': .
Gilchrist 1 to Rent.
({ualify for Representative I __
L: | Iiirnnnrli.ini: Ala. Lee's men nnswrtvd ti
Tallahassee, May 18.-This after- The following candidates. have : lilt annual r..lll'a\1. \ today-.

noon at 4:30: o'clock all depart. j i qualified for the June primary, according Unanimous Vote on Question of 5,6(10: ( of them. .

ments of state suspended activities to Clerk Alderman, Tuesday These /gray! uniformed\ warriors
while the body of Albert W. Gil- i being the last day one could I Booster Edition of Telegraph Be- I who were cast" in the fine mouMof ,

christ, former governor of Florida qualify and have his name placedon the! : old! South, presented an inspiring -
wall being conveyed to its final the ballott. Only two of the ing a Good Medium for Advertising I but tragic picture when

resting place in Punta Cord. The county offices have opposition, that they assembled for their first huttlm -

flag on the capitol dome was at of county commissioner from district Starke I 'st' session of the thirty-sixth

half-mast and will remain that way I five and school board district Confederate reunion

for 30 days. 3. i Tim bulk of the men are silver-

'i The state board of control, at a For representatives B. Pine I At the regular meeting of the city council held Tuesday ( haired; many are bent and dwarft-

special meeting catlei today, issued winter, A. J. Thomas, Geo. F. ed and scores nrv hobbling on t :
evening, May 18th, the matter of the coming Special Booster{ ,I
the death of crutches. and due to the
statement deploring Young. James H McKenzie' canes ,
former Governor Gilchrist and For county commissioners_DU- T ..b. "UP" doubtless the 85.last of(univrrof fnneatf l Edition:: of the Telegraph, its benefits to the county and city hardships, of the memorable strug.

,is: eulogizing the man who once sat at trict 1: L. H. Hill; District 2: J. '' Civil the crew of the U S. S Monitor of and individuals tit large was presented by the Telegraph representative itlu of the sixties' and to the rav- .
fame He
, the helm of the ship of state. G. Crews! ; District 3: J. L. Under. ,rapinln, during the fight was between second fun Itif 'I and thin matter. pro and con, was: discussed at Arthur IlayleM. Loa Angclfii< ages/ of time Some of them were

.. Leader Praised. hill: District 4: G. W. Hinson; Dis. Monitor and the Merrlmur at Damp Calif.. recently won the championship unable t.. rise in their seats when

I, Th statement in part follows: trict 5: L. R. Gainey, A. L. Greon. |!'.Road.. Va.. I' length.After due consideration it was the concensus of opinionof honors for rating onions. In econtent the bund* struck "..ixl"." Onu aged
I : he at. 10 pound. In a* mane
commander, with tears in bin ,
For Bond Trustees-District 1 : eyes
"To the people of Florida, Gov. mI': GREEN is the council that such venture merited the of this ,abuts.'I'IIIiEE.
!' ernor Gilchrist stood out as the W. E. Torode; District 2; J, II. a support __u_ __ declared!: "Things: are. mighty bud! .f
;' highest type of an honest and hon I Ritci; District 3; E. S. Mathers; AGAIN HONORED city and that any money used to promote such an idea, tab '11 > MOKK: I'.tkFNINTO : when it Confederate soldier doesn't i,

;. orable man. lie deserved, that enviable 'I District 4: A. A. Durden; District Washington, May li\).-Representative I from the revenues available for these purposes would be well : (TS11111'IS' I jump when that piece.---is--played. .,

repi'talicn. lie wac straightforward 5: R. A. Weeks. R. A. Green, of the Second I .-pent. "ruoitir: \itr.i.i.r.: : KK\SIO.\K:' : : IIIIICHI: : 'j 1

in al his dealings with )I For School "ard-Dstril't 1. district of Florida, has recently As members individually expressed! themselves, they HAS NEW lU'H.lMNG j :,
others, and he abhorred bad faith L.V.. Kickliter; District 2: II. D. I: Total of Suva Churned\ \> ith "'Ir.t I ', )
been of the -
appointed' whip
or falsity from any source. Sincerity I :MayDistrict: 3: A. B. Surrency, I Florida delegation in the house of I could use! these funds! to no better advantage in advertisingthis Degree Murder\ and Held I Keystone IIl'iht.lay! 1H.-Thu K

of purpose was one of his J. A. Wasdin | representatives. Tho appointmentwas section and at the same time pay these funds: out to a Without. Hail. building committee of the Woman's j

characteristics and no one question I For. Constable, District 2-J. A.I I announced by !Representative I home industry, our own newspaper doing business: here on a Club has announced its aeveplunro i r
Morgan. I KDITOR) TESTIFIES: of the itOIM)() which hat ,a
$ building
ed. or bad cavsa to Question his absolute W. A, Oldfield, of Arkansas, who, legitimate and reasonable profit basis.

I integrity or his proven faith THURSDAY GALA. NIGHT; is the Democratic whip and was The motion to buy space on part of the city was made Report Secret MretinK of Citizens just been completed. by local contractor '

fulness to the high trust to whichhe made in recognition of the regular In WmxlM )Near\; Lillie Town. *.
was honored. AT HAMPTON BEACH by :Mr. J.V.. White chairman, and seconded by :Mr. G. W. Al The building is tho second erected '
attendance and activities of Flor J
derman. received a unanimous vote. by the Woman's Club within a
"His passing will cause deep sor Last Thursday niglt cne of the ida's young congressman. LuMelle.! Jo'la.11'Y: 15.-Threu
throughout Florida. The state largest crowds in its history VKS Commenting on his appointmentJudge men were arrested tonight in con. period of three years. The rapid,
Booster Issue Out Possibly Next Week made thofirst
of the has
has truly lost a high counsellor! anda present at the doll dance Even at Green stated: .section with the lynching of llonry growth city "

devoted son. In recognition of' Hampton Beach, towns within a "This in an honor quite unexpect It is our aim to have this: big issue ready for distributionwith Patterson, negro, hero last Thursday structure inadequate to meet ,
the demands placed on it as a com-
the public loss, it ic directed that radius of more than fifty miles : ed by me, especially as I am Florida's the next i issue of the Telegraph. The mechanical work I munity center.Of 1
this memorial be inscribed in the being represented in the gather member in They were: James Cross, Lu!>-
minutes of the board of commissioners ing. The decorations were designed and in youngest service. However, I deeply years alone is an undertaking such as is seldom met with in any and. Coleman and Harvey Autlaman I modified Spanish architecture,

of state institutions, th"t' especially for the ocasion and appreciate this distinct recognitionby I shop and we have suffered delays and breakdowns lachin- This makes u total of seven arrests the new club house meets a need

flags stand at half mast over the with the use of colored lights on our great Democratic party and I ery which may occur again. since a coroner's jury bo- felt here for nearly a year. When

capitol and other public buildings,I the dance floor, converted the scene shall)) accept the appointment and i And again, many articles, such as club, church and 1 fraternal Ken an inquest into the crime lust i j, the lion winter of and year-round than doubledduring popula-

for the accustomed period, and that :. into a fairyland. Horns, confetti serve to the very best of my abil- activities that were to be prepared by others havet Wednesday tho the city more the club .J:
the capitol be closed during the funeral and flowouts were given away '.o ity." I All the prisoners are chargcdwith /! past year,
reached us yet. This edition must be complete. We want it found its old quarters too small for
and that the sympathy of the everyone and a doll was awardedto first degree murder, and hold
'people of Florida be appropriately a dancer after each dance. Mu- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE to be complete and concise. Get your copy in at nce. Everyone without bond for the action of the serving of its weekly suppers. '

communicated to the nearest rela- sic was furnished by the Hampton ASSISTING COUNTY AGENTAt is crying for a copy of this issue. Don't fail to bo rep-,!- the grand jury. The old building< also lacked seating .
tives of the great-hearted gentle- Beach orchestra.The The first butch was. taken to capacity for club entertainments -

man who has gone to his reward." the meeting of the Starke sented.All Arcadia< last night for safekeeping. ..
Military Honors reports management the attendance of the resort chamber of commerce last Thursday pictures, if they are to appear at all must he in I the Those arrested tonight. were placedin The new club house, which ia uf f '

growing night: members of the organization I hands of the printers immediately. Get busy. Its YOUR EDITION : !. the jiiil at Fort Myrnt. stucco, him an auditorium !largo
While Governor Martin weekly,
was en- carpenters now being em. '
route to Micanopy and Gainesville ployed at enlarging both the casino subscribed $100 to be placedin OF YOUR HOME: TOWN NE VSPAPE'i, i m>- :State's; Attorney S. Watt !l. wler enough to sent every resident of *"fKeystone '

today for addresses he gave instructions and bathrooms, In order to handle the bank for the use of County MOTED IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR COUNTY. DO arrived\ hero this afternoon Heights./ A. modern stage ?
Agent Ward in buying and with dressing rooms will greatly
assist in the investigation
eggs from Fort Myers to
to his office to request the crowds. Attendance at the chickens from the farmers of the YOUR SHARE. SEND ONE NORTH BRING IN YOUR Sheriff- facilitate the presentation of the
With him was :
Adjutant General Clifford R. Fos- beach Sunday afternoon was givenat county. ThP purpose. of the subscription rOPY TODAY. GREATER STARKE AND BRADFORD Frnnk'fpprrs! of Ie county [days given by thu club during tho ;+
and 2500. ,
ter to carrier
dispatch a
gun militiaat Mr. Ward explained! was COUNTY STRAIGHT AHEAD.: CO-OPERATION MEANS: Half tin troupe on guard,I duty' winter months.Tho .
firing squad from the state a to allow him sufficient capital to building! will lie used. us ucommunity \i..
CUCCESS. before for Arcadia
.'ortIyers: and Bradenton to FILL OVER PRAIRIE / 'left shortly noon -
ray cash to the farmers for their upon receipt of an order from center, for town noteings
Punta Gorda to officiate at the funeral OPENED THURSDAY .
eggs before shipment and in ad- 1IIII/C..wrull'onvof'utionR. It Is
( Tho oilier half
services.J. Gainesville !May 18.-The fill dition to the assurance of a cash FINISH PROGRAM 1 F'ORPOSTMASTERS' GREEN; WILL NOT remained. also likely that it will hu used tills.

C. Luning, state treasurer; across Puine'a Prairie is open to I market, that: they would receive : SESSION UK OPPOSED Among witnesses this afternoon winter us an overflow building hy i t
G. T. Whitfield 1, clerk of the supreme traffic. With the arrival in Gaines- ,
the Florida of
the highest market for them. Chnutuuqim Keystone
price was Mary Hayes 'Davis, editor, ( f
court and W. V Knott, superintendent ville of Chairman Hathaway of the Members Convention will lie Held At Green Cungmmmun/! R. A. (Green; who Heights.
state road and of the commerce body bus just become. the nominee of the thu newspaper. here. AH xhe wastestifying *
department, a corps j <.
of the state hospital I
Cove i
asoured PIr. of '
Ward their inten-
for the insane, attended the fu- of assistants the road was officially Dvmocrtaic !party for reelection, ai I her paper maul its with relatives und friends. IJ-t'
neral. Mr. Whitfield was Mr. Gil- I opened Thursday morning. tion to co-operate with him in any member/ of ConR-pss: from the soj- weekly appearance with an Ul'-I Mr. Paul !Moore is visiting/! his
Jacksonville :
christ's private secretary duringhis I Hundreds of motorists passedover undertaking tending to I1s..lsth" May 11.Compll.tearrangeml'nts end District of Florida, today, give 1' count of the lynchingVnrning' parents, Mr.I und M11rx.L II, Moore. !
farmers of the for tho for
term while Mr. the new piece of road, some in county. program out the following. /! statement: not to publish un account of the Mrs Mary Todd. and Mrs. Ralph'
governor tho annual
convention of the
line of travel while post. "Under Florida's Democratic lynching was conveyed to the editor Harbour of Jacksonville,
Luning and Mr. Knott served in hs! regular others I are guests"
TO ALL TOMATO : musters of Florida district have
cabinet. were on sight i seeing trips. primary' election law, when only she stated, declaring! two men of Mr. und Mrs. Louis. II ill. Mrs.'

No bog downs. were reported until been announced hy Postmaster : one person has qualified for Federal had visited her office on the night Todd was for many years u wsi-
I would like to call attention Herbert E. ROMS. president of tho I
DADE COUNTY OFFICER the h'lgc bus operated by the to I or state office irp to date of fotolwing the trim and pitintud two dent of Luwtey and it is. a pleasure.
TAKES MAN TO KAIFORD :, Blue Bus Line of St. Petersburgand the tomato growers that during tho association, in a loiter to all post- thirty days before primary, said red circles on the door A chizel j jto, her friends to have her visit in
past few days I leave, heard masters of the organization, the f
Tampa attempted to cross the reportsof person automatically/ becomes the was left sticking through one ) j. town again.
meeting will bo held! in Green Cove I I
With Harry Scrimm, who will be seventy-five foot "soft spot" in the' tomato fields being infested nominee of thu party. I thu circles. I I Mrs. A, 7.. Adkins, of Starke, was .
the first white man to die in the road. The large car sank to it'a with worms. Worms that eat the Springs on May 27 to 20. fied for reflection( as tUlvP'luali'j Reports. of secret meeting in I u /guest' of Mrs. W. II. HI: i ward:!

state electric chair, in custody of oxles and was delayed several leaves and young tomatoes. In !Many offers. to aid in the entertainment I Congress and no one heaving the woods. near town have reached Tuesday.

Sheriff H. R. Chase, of Dade county hours before being pulled out by a one case the injury was very bad, of the postmasters have fied 1 uguinHt/! me, Tam the fIUUIi-1 the authorities. Lnte totliiy I MISH Claudia Terry, who is u etc 1-:
i but we got started! on them by been turned down for lack of time iff McLiugblin said hu had IIoi
left Jacksonville Wednesday a' wrecker sent from Gainesville. Torn!nee. I / h..r-I dent nurse In St. Luke's hospital. ,

ternoon to deliver Scrimm to Rai- With the opening of the fill, I spraying and believe that they are to enjoy them. Among the "Since I became n Member of I "there was u big meeting in .spent I Sunday 1 with her IaureateMr.: l)1'
I now under fair control. Use the latest is an offer from the management woods lust night" The sheriff
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ford. ;Micanopy is placed within a twenty Congress I have earnestly. endeavored and Mrn. T. J. Terry.
The execution is scheduled to I minute ride to Gainesville, and the' following: mixture for spraying of the Keystone Heights hotelto to make good every promise I clared hit ,did not know if there was I Mrs. Rose daman is spendingthis ;

take place during the week of Mar distance to south Florida cities ia'' these worms: 2 pounds lead arsen. I entertain the postmasters there. made< the people of my clintrLpt any connection between this meeting week herp ut her home in East "

24. materially shortened, besides elim. I. ate paste to 50 gallons water, or, The Green Cove Springs entor- and State and have done all in my I and the burning/ u tent in a Lawtey.

Scrimm was convicted of crim- inating several miles of bad do- ', 1 pound lead arscnate dust to 50 tainment committee, headed, 'by power to properly correctly, und negro labor rump near town. Hi Mr. and,] :Mrs. W. C. Itiggs/! and

inally attacking a five- year-old gallons water In cither case use 2 Miss :Mary Conway, postmaster of efficiently represent them. My said the tent had been siitura'id, family of Hustings and Mrs. W. S.
tour.The pounds lime to prevent burning of Green Covo Springs, includes nearly i I' with /gasoline, but he had not been .
girl at Miami and he was sentenced completion of the prairiefill Washington office hall been open Biggs j of Georgetown, were recent
to death. makes a chain of road from plants. the entire citizenry of Clay county I every[I day :Sundays; excepted, able determine! who had started' visitors nt the homo of :Mr. and

Sheriff Ciase: is accompanied by Jacksonville to the south- uninterrupted -, Zinc arsenate, I pound to 50 gallons seat. I' since I took oath of office I have I I the fire. _. -_ Mrs. W. II. Biggs.Mr. .

Deputy Sidney Walker. They lodg- by detours, and paved a111 water is more desirable if you Automobile rides are scheduled, attended every meeting of the -- -- 0, .1. l inrL-: ot Chicngo,

ed their prisoner in the county jail the way with exception of the I can get it. including a reception at the St Ell hours and, answered every roll call. LAWTEY I III.:, was 't transacting Business hero t'T!

overnight. fill, which is hard surfaced. cotton.If This. worm also attacks corn and mo hotel, a ride to Long leach "I take my nomination, without! "Lawtey, :May 2!.- lrM. .:vpruttOllr"'y yesterday. 'W t "

Chairman Hathaway and his assistants farms, where dinner will be servo'opposition, as an indorsement by Vurn Mrs. Enoch Griffin U visiting her 1
and little spent
PRINCIPAL ELECTEDFOR : left Gainesville at noon you have any cases of this I ed for the delegates a vocal and instrumental the Democratice: voters of my district Sunday In Jacksonville sun at the borne sons, Arthur and Alphonso Grif __"
for of would appreciate having it reported program, bathing/ the fis In Tampa this week. t t4tl
NEXT YEARAt yesterday an inspection r/f my efforts as their repre of Mr. and Mrs.I II. V. Skipper. i
roads along the east coast and to me and I will give any assistance Qui Si Sana pool, fishing, barbe sentative. j I Mrs V. R. Reddish Is in Lake ,"4 4.
Miss Pearl Tatum, of DeLand, .
a meeting of the school trustees south Florida. possible in helping control cues, a moonlight beat ride, an ad. "1 am Indeed profoundly gratefulto Geo. i Butler, the guest of her daughter :.
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
held Friday evening, Prof. J. them. dress by Lt. Jack Harding, of the the splendid Democracy of my I I Mrs. J. G Godwin. "

H. Kelly, of Archer, was electedto Mr. and Mrs. Dan Warren, of RobertF. Ward County Agent. round the world fliers, addresses by district for its confidence in me, Roberta! : (::1'11lelhOfIi"t: Episcopal church! :5I
Vote for Gee F. Young for Representative
the principalship of Bradford Micco, Broward county, were in in Starke Thursday and announcedthat 1 1:. such leaders as Governor Martin, and' will show my deepest apre- Ho stands for the interest I( Sunday May 2.: High School. Mr. Kelly comes hlarhly Starke first of the week. Mr. Warren Senator Fletcher Hon. Charles F. riation of constituents' trust I I V. Robinson, pustaor.
beginning their my 1
Sunday buss s i of the people of Bradford
recommended to his new posi- is engaged in turpentine workin will commence tho'running of two Trotter, Joseph P. Johnston, and, by being to them in the future, as oounty-for drainage and good! Sunday school, lOa. m., R. R..
Broward 'there
tion.. county, going other notables. in the faithful and I Thtnle, supt.I'reaching.
busses twice a day, north and l same as past, rouds.
several from Starke. He
years ago service 11
The a. m.
south. program will be instructiveand loyal.
:Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Thedo and
ANNOUNCES FOR i.i remembered here by his
many I Epworth League, 8 m.
interesting and PotttmuHter ---- -- p. "
They are also running two between f
BOARD friends. children Louise, Richard and t
SCHOOL Ross in urging postmasters to at. people are planning to have auto Preaching, 8::'K) p. m. 'j
Ocala and Gainesville
over Jacksonville
Marie, motored to .
mobiles here to take the delegatesto
I A. B. Surrency, of Brooker, announces highway No. 2, which shortens this I' Sunday afternoon. The subject for the morning ser
tend.There the .
BLUE convention
BUS LINE ADDS MORE grounds.StuartMartin
vice will be "Is There Another ,
for memberof distance about eleven miles and will be box ,
in this issue a question con Miss Arthurine Blanchard has
i the school board, District 3, opposing SERVICE THROUGH STARKEMr. allows better service to the public. ducted at the close of each session, county to spend returned home after a very pleas Life?" and at the evening service t ",

J.' A. Wasdin. Patrons of They now have 38 modern up-to- and all arc invited to ask qu !n. SI,000,000 for completion of St. ant visit with her sister Mrs. J. B. the pastor will have as his subject

District three will be ably represented I Whiling, in charge of the field date parlor cars! of 28 and 32 passenger tions. Many of the postmastersare Lucie Inlet, connecting Indian and "Things to Think. About"Frostproof

on the school board by eitb. and outside work for the Blue Bus seating capacity in opera coming by railroad to Jackson St. Lucie Rivers with Atlantic Oc Dye.Miss Eunice Whitehead has been Work started on,

er of these two gentlemen. : Line running through Starke, was tion for their lines. ville, and the Green Cove Spring. ean. JJHsttl spending a few weeka in Georgia new $50,000 city hall.

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I\ NEWS OF THE STATE CAPITOL, i woman recently. Her husband she I --
i / l scented flowers from }lIe cap anlr
I wrote, in threatening to I leave her

Tallahassee the Flu, May 19.-Although 'and she fcoli certain she knows !! I sniffed"It's them good appreciatively.to bo in tho countryattain J
/ primary race in 1.'lol'Ila
thi" year will lack the feverish who" tho other woman in the case is. Dq !f. [?rg<2f .' ," he said with, A half-sigh. "

interest of presidential years, thoI'Uttlo She contemplates with assault and hat "Does Miss! Murr-aly ahMiy' llv"No I
tery "
n sprinkling of mayhem here? J.
I between Senator Duncan .. ,. .
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Fletcher just completing 18 i on her rival hut wants to know u : ; but her stepmother has just
"..I' service in that body and first what th(! Governor will do toher. HEIS IIEltfo: 'IOI> \Y: nnynay I haven't sot time to go In died nnd sho'n loutn! >ir nftcr the 1>"Y80
Jerry rETfc.ll l.nr..I'I ;, ."'"< Inmini. "
Governor Martin hm refused .. ,. ., the woo'la. I They're only her SU'i ".ulll.'.S, you'
\\ urlor" State Hotel Commia.nun |lory from all n k if *v t.. rji'I Hut sho win fc'tnrt thit the
i to cross bridges beforo ho, gets toi Kront. ''un" ,1,1/, / '" I'. "' .. ROM know."
-' 'r through tirco! iidmlnii-tra- j I i-C "men ami,, liijnr<-.l.ltorKomn I', i ,'r lie liasnt had met I''I' r-iI.iJ th.it the bo>'shad I
t lions, and who 'now wants seat i t l'em.: but warned! the woman that his a the law has NAN 1 MAm.Mhfartiil \ \\ M.. 'l-rnifiit." lovo to have him uith ',
n lomr arm. Fern them she ness 1'ettr Haul ul.xenil' 'Th'''' *
tho United ,
in filial
Senate, isliringmg beriuJc to I
I r'ulfnl.o, li. r. HII.. 18 nnw in IK mediiu tlmiiglit ulHtCully. II I Jolly liltlo cr-ap", any"'").." Thejr
u sharp division in the Seven Supervisors in to the HH 'ld Mi diftll of Jr et*'p- It Hfomcd fc .ch an odd situation: I'
Depart. had turned Into tho
( tr.uln r..d thai'
late. Second to thin in interest is : mother Nan had hci-n Jivintf in Lua apparently everyone) lulght bc' with '
I i..ent of tho State School Superintendent don with Pater 'I'I'I'I.ted to the vlllnjfc, and a I Mn ort
the contest, between Joe : und talk to Mm exeel'l| l 'hernef -
Rears of JOAN E DICO"'T. whose husband horechack coming slovly ui> the road
have been hired for another him Just roliiriu ,I horn" on l".ivo.Joan | ; lonelment seemed to enfold her
: Kinsimmco, and ICuth Kryan Owen had pulled up hn-ply: ni, h* aaPeter \
your by the State SchiulHoard. him wiitU'ti Dial 1'c-UT Is coining like a garment.
H. of :Miami, for the fourth Congressional / homo with" After John Arnott left :Nan In the I and called out to him:
They H-e: :Miss Kloiso: lerry t.ntr.: JUMN AT.NOTT. alpo "I.y'cr-by all that's wrnderfuf.
Inno he .
"I know you think it wait ulinolutoly "No .one over told imit was necessary District. IJeproHenUttives< supervisor of home wonnileil to ri-si at tinhomo tit thu came across Ljulcr a little dowifium
economics tl'W follow! ]Ia leaned
; Intter'M BIAler In H village n-ar tho further down the rono!. IMY
Sears lias
unforgivable/: \ mi- to Invite I before. Why, do you think been in the lower house II IIi Miss Nettle Hrojrdon. state rural: I'I'I Marrubx eHinto. The HIIIIIO lay Ar- I "Well hnve the saddle end I IIL-M his hand MIVtcr
called i i cf Congress for 12 years. :Mri. I nott culls to HUH Nan.; Hhe ask* him'Whetl..r you eten her? hoasled I but after the drvt. blnnk: loolitt
you to dinner l cforc,' I II1IHI I I should'I / si hool supcrvisorj' : It. :M. Kvans, : hi knowH unythinK abou-t vhliiiHlcally.Arnolt' .

but my curiosity overt-inn'' i"'}' i I This was indeed n blow. -to;-;my' I Owen is th<> daughter nnd tho utate! supervisor of Elementary: i JIAUI.KY:to hur SKl-'TON.; by ;l'vtt who bi-Toru was Intruiliict'd lio- bluuhcd. "Silly Owl" hn back unrwocnltlorj it step."I'm Fetor hid dra .4

good manners anil besides, I was i vnnltv beciuise Curtisi hnd nlwnvi :|[ viving spirit of William Rur'l: I schools} ; F.. "'. GurrLs.: superintendent | wont to Ilia frunl-Who' roci-ntly retorted with dlgnlt).. Ha eyed the sorry-I'm afnli; ." Hi
i liryan.:" ni.'itlo ht-r unranv ultli talta of inluiolity flowers In Lyster's
BO anxious to meet th Kirl thiit I ICurtinH fissured mo that my figure/ wan per- of agricultural/ education; j by S'I icu irun, --nnd who "I'vo known men court-martlnled cap colored semltlvely ur. 1 ganc'd! art

Wright married." I feet. Candidates this week" Jtiss: Relin, Harris supervisor ,>tInnlth I fachiT'B h.in bfon home.MHV a myHterfouttlsitur. .nt her I a nmullcr crime thun that," ho saId.I for. ,, l pcuilngly! at Arnott." "I'mot old I

this 1' Thi i i iI filing their first expense' .ompI'tp..I/, /I don't runicmtxT )jou he uaid, with I
So Lclitiu
was vl.nR. < education: C. F.. llolley, supervisor
I| "Ifov* much do you weigh ? aha GO O.NVIIII: Till: .SI'OKYARNOTT sort of nervousness.Ilarlcy ,I
girl who stood facing' f"C" perfectly. I wanted. to know I II I Stjite Representatives cif trade nnd! i industrial, I I Pefton etnred. "Not romvml
running for the State Semite win : avo ii suit uf M'....'(.
poised and niidicously admitting !I education ; R.1.: Senloysuper- | "ct n.e-uhat the dickens! I'n| c.
""hut n hundred and twentyI slMi I r wiis only
that it wns. curixoit wliich had, will only: represent" one count1', \ :Isor of high schools. talklnr I i lluiliy tfcdon, nun! Not remembd
five and the charts nil I could, about him) Lift nlRlit! liu s..ld. '
ny qualify and file mel! Why I was with you In tout
prompted her to invite in> to lierl;I I' expcrse! accountswith rclurtiioil.v. "llt>' .
H onlv ierentttnken
I stand another five > i the night bcfcro you lea Ihf land!'
... house the first niifht of my return'I' pounds or even the clerks of the circuit courts. W. Vnnlandiiijrham.. form-r I Ibookkeeper the I'.c.l Ilouxc. hut lie Hpen'lKmost >
: I Iro nnj ;
I laurhid. uaii/--d| 1'ctcr 01I
ten, refemled ". ..i.I"A I ,don't
homo whom1 she ;'i I 1 A last minute ; of bin time In town." Me >
certainly limit' qualification has nt t tho Florida Slut(- I 11,1" >road shoulder.! "N/>t romembct

have known thut I would have,; proferred | think it would be becoming to mo IJIlh-kl'nelthe, campaign! of one jll'l' ,Hospital ct Chnttahoochoe, lias j paused and luokvl awuy fri'ui ::0.11d'n \ I""in.'! Come, e 1- being thin" I ended."Oh ). tho green la"". "Hi -s n !i.JP .i.--J. I'm carry but
boinj alone with Curtins. I' lice of t the supreme {court Ju Igo ,been" made Superintendent! of the | liioney-kTid'T, and u rotten one atthut J J.i
As pile. moved, quickly uliout the I I yes it would
room pouriwc eye-openers. from u i firmly, 'ClU can't )pay nny tittentlon time for qualifying) hal expired) succeeding :M. S. Knight. Under "an rppoalcd her InRt words HhII'I i>' i I)'. Iliere> w.is an awkward p.luse

tall silver nhaker I had to ndmit, I; to those out-of-date cluirf. "Francis II. Carter of Pensncola, Mr. Vanlandginhnm's ad mini:sttation : )y. "Pld you know he vus n nind 'Ii.-r: .'" "Arc you, -- t.iliving clown
Of Peter's Mho he'c' Pater o.ikc.'1.I .
tiskoil. <
that there witn a punRent They were madu! 1 before people announced he would. oppose Ju Igo t'.io:, board. of commissioners ( I
pr.tti-I i iof
"No: -nt lenftt. I \rr.olt f'H hnniuly for him.
tlon't rememberliearlng snrry
stalled dancing tho Charleston. nnd
ness iilxiut, her-u nimlaip I Strum fjovernor: Martin! appoint- stale institutions .
hope for ,
n 1'etor spoalc of him, hut he rf<> kr.'W fx rfec'ly veil that p.:terI
petuosity that I soon wan to fine] wearing flapper dresses. Let mo ||' oil Judge. Strum to the bench' :March complete reorganisation" there. A I wnsn't tho unit of ehup, who tnl! >- aubout I-, r! i,, nf..Ie": than the dead 1 to

out drove lier to icri'at lengths,: of I| 1 see, "she studied my figure "I': 2, 1 !12>! '>, upon the resignation/ \ of printing plant has been installjd | his. own affairs much. Aiwuy ..\ : : : 11I1.I"g.:

Indiscretion in cnrryinir out her I:i Hhoul I ,
>o ti frleinl of 1'ctcr's, and I u moneylender anrworcJ. "\ .,i must
Impulses and cleiiros, regardless/ of j i nnd fifteen if I wero you under turned out $:! ( )() worth of ,
I'nllowlnlnro the state candiI i, .IItIO : / HH well? "eon c nnd. faf> Jill>. Il'f\ .. Itn o<;tt coinIdi'ire -

the feeliiiRM" of otherH. Cuili.sH '1:11'! any conditions. I get; terrified I j dc.les and their expenses/ ns. fled' i 1 filling end will expend till !Ih.! > I II Xnn *topM" | 'd. Fhe" stippom. Ai.nntt i m "'lnlf you. I traveled:

'Bnirl thai she was ulmiit twenty hut I| when I gain; an ounce over n himdred. |i to date : i t 'n,', taking/ much of the .sta eI would think her Hilly if Kiio! f'.//,1 1 'un' 1 I down from town last week with a

she ILl te,1, like u spoiled child!. -nil ." She looked approvingly! down J Jat j I printing. Under the that. bho l.ad ahvd.v.s cc ;'dr ,1 umo friend l oC youis-M'FS .M.inaliv."
her | For United States !Senate': Dun- I ?"f :lend* r a ron vho- *' .H*. I ":>is: ;iriiby l I' t i filerd 'f AI"nott'e. *
offspring of the luxury Iy> which slender form in its h"'m"frol.k \ ) i of Charles W. Hunter I II I "
('lIn U. Fletcher! expenses $1,411- supervisor ciunlnUince poct.Thle, people il.d not Lyster saM ''itil'klv. :.10"
she wild surrounded., of closely-fitted flnmu colored 12 contributions $i///)/); Jerry W. I, cf industries in the state institutions desire. I She remetnhoreil, Hint SfinnW.IH j I In"'",luce >ou' An ott--Ihu I 14Mr

"I niiidc father and mother iro I velvet. the boys school in becoming: I 111"0" frlond of her fnhei" $. nnd : i 'I'ey SlIo I >n.
Carter, $2)2/1.2() < '
,' expenses: : contiibutions that' *' fined to impiove" IOUIU-IB. Her j rr'u't nodded. Tin ri" wns H few'minutrs' ,
to the Club for dinner, couldn't, bobothered She was like n slxteenyenrold'youth. ; n school in fact as well ns helping/ I '
$1,435 John A. Van Vnlxith f.i'-o cluircJ' littlo. |
'' ; n l"iul'o-y <-"iv< i""ton'.thca
witit them when ['111 have Her bodv was' lithe an'll expenses $1.Oil.O.> | to support) itself. 'i "I muxln't stand tilldna, to you | Seff n ..th'.I'N'"I'' t-e! reln.. dnd sal"

inif n party" nh"p:'. As ycifn ns h*
of tho tfiieHts who hud inquired ndolescenco! ilunpr about For United States. Congress! :: ; Fifty-f>>ur conditional pardons I Iwero 1'm so Kl.td to have seen )'ou." I I uan out of car'iliol. I'l-u-r broko out

nbont her mother "my idea ofrnpe her. caused, no doubt, by the sophisticated | First District Herbert J. Dr granted 25; prison sentences I When :O.n roncheil the hou
<' haiiKinft Is having fllmilvpartyl" knowledge Second District, It. A. Green ; ljo>'s came rU"hlng to mi el hor.Where "I don't I know who t.:" I... !t'eIt's -
a ) which
one ,Iin.linrth'.I were commuted two sentences were I cimnnl] >!r>t Tnftt in tho sort of
: Third, District, J. H. Smithwick had slie In on"1 they ill, "in.indi, ,, d.Wdxii I
She. laughingly mlinitt"dus :" felt, she' hnd ncquirc-1. | reduced. and. 10 citizenships reMtor.1 t ton 1" a.Nan) 1''UHl'U herself thing I'"in in conttir.t ir<*ad .>f. It

she tnsHed her dark hotihed. hair "Standards. of ", ,,.V'htq.." she (cnn- $1,101.20! ; Tom A. Yon, $1,1,10.2H.: ed nt the recent snrini/ 1'l nl? uith on effuit.Vooili II I makes, n-.o' look sueh o confoundedfocd. ,

from her forehead. j I i Pniiifh- "iql..id.V' -1 !o"nf'Q" .!*,.T1H..... ., I tho ; : ""'" "...., ,..,.. tI'ft '''n..I "T.." ). So.no day I s'lpno-v s..", woman
There j I tinned "hnve chanced, ,lust ns have'I '! Until Drynn! Owen: $1,17907.; state pardoning bunrd.) 'l"I I I ''' : -"'" V'''' I I SO<: ......-.. I vill turn ui> nnd declare she's

was gay lioedlini in her I clr.thes nnd theories nnd-morals I ty-five commuted sentences resulted "\ ," ecbood I5ii tcr."Aril my wife! nni) I phm't ha In ft (."5l-l.I

laughter. From the moment of our Hut to pet hmk to tho mibjrvt 1 For State" Renato,,: I.. V. Trnomnn. from the Florida supremo ,, th..rUN a I gentleman thereIn I II lion to coi.tr.idli her if sh.. .In....."

lirrlvnl she kept close to any pit,*"" ( hero Isn't n 1oh t this season 'who First Distrii, $ I 2.110; F. H. court ruling that tho law whereby! unifoinitho I Hiioko, to UM.:' he informed I \ol remember me! Come" I "nuhMi.li!" Arnn't. "M'd' 1 briskly."Vou'io .

where fiirti"-* happened to ,behtanding. wrlfrhft/ over n hun.h'Vat.'h} th in Colih, .J r., !First District, IV7.10\ /) ; I men convktod of liquir: law violations I: in liv il I :Nun bevn> ell out If".1 In" ri.iiK-u, and he toM\\ai, come that's a !yood joke. nnvway, it there's lot b> ltor twthl-s, "lr'Q'y-.1.f,' lie

Lnter in the evening shucnma I tJoe II. Scales Twelfth District should. 1 be fined, and, ashamed of. I've In-oi d tr
/ nt the next dance' nnd, you'll SPP for imprisoned here on leave." "'Vholnvo them to )'ou?" ho demanded. ; my
over to where I wiis chattini yourself. Snllie.; If von stop enting'i' 17.fiOV.; P. Chavous Twelfth I I U unconstitutional.. Seventeen N.in, loiiphed. "Quito a modern sjx'iik of Ilarlcy 8"1100he's nkcna "

with !Rnl'; :.by Crawford., I. sweets nnd, starches nnd-but listen | J District, $:.T.10: ; William It. :Ma.\ conditional pardons were granted! I ticro," Hho vald. "luit you fui"ht not Lyhter laughed. "The smallest of blir""Well house what, over Is'he at l.ltllo I ,,>i"ud Oml like den.'o

"Heat 1 it, old tbing, I wnnt to to this-"and she beirnn! reciting [i lone, Twontv-fourth District, $111.I .- I to ('onvkt.1 murderers most of | to i-pculi to Blmn" ;e xeiit'cmcn' in the" :Miss Murrab y's three small know?" Ly) &ter aslceil Irrlt.ihiy. Iia

talk to Sullie," she announeed. neat ; in n voice that wns clear nn.l :JI.1); Finnk II. Lndd"' Twenty-fourth whom were let out because their'j 1Jvd h"< a, 'Distrii, $1111.711! J. H. Colson I IThirtysecond friend! of hiz, nnvwn)'.
; physical condition is bad "
ing herself
in the BO
chair which hehrcl )penetrating: "nuntcr wnt crying, Jim exlxiinrd. "ReAlly." Arnott wni slightly! envious "Jl"',, a moncyl"n'ler, I '"'':pvo.*'
been occupying I "If wish to thinner District $77.94 ; J.I': they cannot live much longer, I II | |> "Thut's \\ hy he npoke to ; he would like to have made Arnott said "_\ mcney1 inl.i ,In I
you prow :Maxey Dell Thirty-second, DI-, Us. Hunter's such an awful baby. ,"
Most | Among! them however wore several friends with Nan's brothers himself. rather a Mtf way-: 'cot> a polutlalonico
of her
conversation diminish
was r your dinner. trict $127.3o: ; Tom Campbell, I who the board! believed vie.tims ho Added contemptuuiisly. "Where did you see them" ho asked. In town."
eulogy to Curtiss. It was quite evident And tnke to lettitcennd "N'o.: I'm not." DU ler's little face mind In "
asparagus) The thought crossed hli that Lyater stopped iiid, Io.ki-l Hitetc
Thirty-third. District, $fl.:%; A. C. of injustice in their trials. ,
that 1 was not interested in kale. I grew Hcry splto of everything perhaps Peter down the road. T!"> min on hnrvebac't -
for the Adams Thirty-fifth District $:JR.- Nan hastily Intervened.( "Now, had stolen a march on him and called h-iJ drawn "III af\'Ii' and Jv.4
me fact that
except I Wllotmurri.1 Loolc down with an utter contempt "
no: O. B. Knowles, Thirty-sixth |! boys-you're not to quarrel she at the house. turned In tho K.&"I't and was locking
to n man whom she admired. butter. A new branch of the Seaboard i protested. "Go and tell
upon on ma some back .
all' > two
District, $77.30; J. J. Parrisli, I IThirtyseventh "They were In tho wood 'Lysterexplained. you'ig m""
I, And never touch bread either II will be built within the next three: more about this num. lie took off his cap und "I'm B"ing bark, to rponk '." him' ,"
District $!n.ri! : | "
"He's I tonstod or stale." I ; j years from Indian Town to Stuart i iI "IIo's nice Cluudlo. volunteer..d."Nlc" let the cool breezo fan his forehead. Peter mid nudJir.ly; liu s'rod ft bacK
really tho bent looking person I j I Kdwin S. Dew Thirty-eighth District ," echoed. Hunter.!'
/ down the road. i
in Martin county to connect with "One of them was howling-the tiniest
I've ever A""n." she concluded. I' Rhn was playfully drnmatic nnd $USfi.J.: ; N. Mitchell, Thir- ,I I Western : "And he K.ild he knew you." Jim one," ha laughed. "Rum little "Look he-1:," hw ciM, <,':'iuptT.! '
Florida nnd !
the Northom
"I trh.illlo hard to vamp him when her volco carried, to the far end, of ty-oighth District, $121.85. I : told hor. "He asked what our names cusses they are" he said They were when he reached ""r Cn. "" "m ...rrv
I railroad running from Coleman t-> were and when we told him he said If I ought to I.J''J !known. IInet
I visited. his sister oit in Cnlifor- I the living; room where Curtiss was frlRhtfully!! excited when they heard you
For Railroad Commissioner; West Palm Bench. This rond is n ho knew )'ou. I'd been In France-wanted to know didn't. l :il-'V-.t if you mur.t r.u'*
nil but lie treated, mo as f I were "tanelinTh/ <'r.. was n lull, in the Nan nvarlv Group one: R. Hudson Burr, :Minml I subsidiary of the Seaboard Air : h< w many of the enemy I'd account I the truth, I- I hnd a nasty 'trt.\>
too young for him to notice," she conversation nnd looked\ "Peter," IIho br''llh..d.The nnd .
everyone $11 5.6.->; Robert L. Raton Line railroad. The hoard of ,' ed for. I told them It was the other I out blow In ranee 'I.!
pouted', "it nni"t!: be heavenly." hc>rguze and stood besides, II". smiling!, commissioners bojfl" stared ut her "He was way on, and tho enemy had almoHt my memory" l.ir.'l what It ouvht to
Monticello $9.)0.3fi: ; F.benezer Jackson of the EvergladsDrainage in ofllcer.\ Jim rcbukul> her mildly. I be. I didn't mt-on t''> tw Intentionally!
wandered accounted for me. They save mo a I
u'rOSA the room in "Don't talk shop. Tlnh. it Isn't Harrison. :Madison, $!il>6.2.'i.: District has just leased :i "And he hnd a Rold strlpo on hl standing invitation to go' to tea I Iwh'ne'er I rud,. It's a t,'>:'.. "n'ljjit, with mperhopo "
his direction "IwillmllrJ'I.,1/ to being clone this he snMtroodhunioredly. arm-that mexns Hint ho was wounded I'rn atxui.:'..' it.i"c" : nhojlIt .
season, Group two: Eugene Matthews: to the Seaboard a right-of-way I liked, and asked Vthatwns I
Curliss; he't so interesting and. attractive. he explained! kindly. "And he'sgoing favorite Jam. He looked ntArnott. but. tout 'II-lt: OJ the tiutn. I "
Stnrke $700.55 Tomas J. Redding. my .
; along the banks of the St. Lucie to meet un aft.ifn, tomorrow. '
Hy thy how didyou "Is Mlna ;Marraby engaged?" hopo you fcelltvo! me
like. way, "t wasn't" she denied alertly. I Jr., Leesburg 8.:>3.0J.()(\ Comil, retaining full control of thl'l You can e"mo.00. If you hk..." he he asked. I "My clear chHtv., ..of C'.uis.I'.n ,I,
the- house selected ?
we added."Thank. .
"I thouuht you wero receitlnip a canal and. insuring that tho work I' Arnott bhmhcd furiously. "Yl'Rno only too 'uiiy. 0 'OTIO" i>l"i! and *..<
"Oh, I suppose' it will do verynicely I Governor John W. :Martin and you." said :Nan. with a lit I me soino 'lUy- I livu HI flu Roil
verne on "Interor Decoration." of widening! nnd deepening canal at least. I believe she wan, .'
tlo cntch In h r'oitu.. "But I am House ut Lk'.ln:! cl.i.l.-acn
I replied with feigned indifference "
: and It's been broken off. ho stammered.
We all laughed gayly."That's i Dr. Fons A. Hnthnwny will not be intcrfcrred l with. afraid he wouldn't uant ma Peter thanked! Jinn' taih'r cfT! >...,..+
determined "I>ho "bm't engaged now,
not to '
i of the State Road Department will General John B. Johnson She InuylieJ.,; try nnd cover her edly; ha win \\ui.ilsi.-t4 painfully >)
any enthusiasm over n house about tho cleverest thing I ever II j Attorney orlousnvaa. he added he had
j open the now $1,000,000 EscambinI over r-ui y n a frrflalfriend : '
which I had not been consulted. heard" exclaimed Letitia, "that's I I between Milton and is assembling evidence and authority "We'll OHk him." Jim promised. Lyster looked faintly surprised. of thl. man's he ""is net r>....*

just what said the cither day about'you. Bay Bridge/ which he hopes will enable "Ask him," murmured Cluudie. "Well, there's no need to look so tlcukirly pr< pos'fsssJ In his CcvJ

"Whewww! she mi,dt' n soft I'ensacola July 8, with ceremonies. him to test in the! United Stntl'Muprl'me "lnd.,..<1. you'll do nothing, of the angry' ha said mildly. now ot a.iy rMtc'CAUSE. -.
Curtiss thnt sill )
whistle through gleaming white I you that will attract most of the poo- enacted ,kind," Nun declared "I)( rpllr; "_\nd Ho took a little bunch of sweet' \'t,) 1:'.. l'on\OJ"t'\p'
court the recently
brilliant in minute thanmost
teeth, "I thought you'll be thrill I things pie of the nearby counties.. This.
lifetime. Federal Inheritance Tax. This taxis _.
pink over it. It's like a dren-n. men say in n Anyway 1 bridge, or series, of bridges and --- -
I just telling Snllie that not levied In Florida the State
house tho view and the flower, was fills will save more than 50 miles
she should 1 hnve figure to preferring to get its Income from
n boyish
boxes and-a good-looking husband in tho Old Spanish) Trail and will ,
be renlly .smart tl Is season." other sourc< s. The government in
like Curl ". do with In
I" nwny a ferry now use 1
I could not help but smile at her I ( So she had already begun to on the main oast nnd west highway' levying an Inheritance Tax:: : nw.
returns 80 of the tax to
frank approbation of t'urtlss. Was find, fault with me in front cf Cur into Pensacola.W. per cent J
I those states who also have the tax. ,
it because she was typical of th" tiss.) I
Thus Florida lawyers! believe, .
new generation with its absolute "Hump" he replied thoughtfully S. Cnwthon State Superintendent ,. ..
Congress has passed, a law contrary
luck of inhibitions Although hut looking affectionately in my direction of Public Instruction recently
to the Constitution and General
a few years separated, her generation "I'm not so sure that I distributed $171.530.15 to ,
Johnson in collaboration with the
iiril. the one tu which I belonged. want Snllie to bo skinny." the public schools of Florida, atI ) iT TOOK TH 1 1i
best legal talent of this state is i
lA'titia. most certainlv I the rate of $1.72 for each pupil.) LEADIN' .
was "Well I guess T like thnt" reported preparing to defend Florida in the ( LADY so w
n disciple! much and indignation This is the result of the one mill I
never more ) Letitia with exaggerated I highest court of the land. LONO TA &IT ouef

modern race. Curtiss hnd said thiit I ",10 you mean to infer, j jsir. I school tax which in. sent out for tho \ CRYIN' SP6LLIPf.

this girl had achic\cd a certain that I am skinny ?" I support of the public schoola twice PKKSBYTISRAN i .

measure ofuecess in Interior ,dec- each year.Ilillsborough.
I "I wns to find out thnt everything CIII'RCII SERVICES I
crating: but I could n,>t undci,'Man 1 Ic
hnd personal
/ she snid a with
county nn average
could) ) anyone concentrate so friolous-mimU'd her\ efforts on 111<'lInln/.:'. She seemed to be interested attendance nt 20,129 PII'lUSr..l'ivl'd ) Sunday school nt 10 o'clock a. m.Pr"nl'hinllnt .
much her
in nothing so as the largest amount $35137.8S. : ,- 11:00 o'clock
nny serio )is work. Then I recnlV!! I : a. m.
own thoughts reaction ap Duval county was second Intermediate Endeavor Society nt
thut he had said that her orderswere ;

largely,: due f> her popularity I pearance."No. I with an allotment of $3l.f,85.52. 2 p. m.Senior.

in llirminghiir.i's most fashionable I : not for you type," Curtisswns I Whnt Is the Governor expected) todo Endeavor Society at l''

set combined with n peculiar kmuk diplomatic "but Srtllie's dif when a woman writes that sho o'clock p. m.Prl'u'hinA'. i ,1

; for blending the, brilliant color effects ferent." wants to know what will happen to at 8:00: p. m.

which were now the )prevailing "No fair quibbling" ho tensed. her If she "bents up" another woman :Mid-week prnyer IIl'rvicl'Vl'd.. ,,

mode.Lctitia. "thnt 'is moxt ambiguous and could who is trying to take her hiu- ""..,lay 8:00: p. m.

mean almost anything. "Type itJ band ? That problem was put ',) I You are invited to the above ser
talking. .
,I the most abused word in the Cng.llsh Govt'rnol"Iartin:\ by n west Florida "Ices.I .

I "You're pr'ltyl"! she announced. dictionary. Tell me Just whit I -

1 "Curtiss told me you were but II you mean or" sho hesitated for it I

I sortn hoped he was mintakpn." moment searching about for a ----

; 'j i ii "Really ? I wonder why." threat then she added "or I'll tell

; "Oh I dunno exactly except" Sallie something that I bet you I SIMMONS

she shrugged her shoulders and haven't told her." J. L.

i frowned slightly then having I looked swiftly at Curtiss. Heu I

, ', made up her mind that she did not ,an plainly in a dilemma. Ho seemed I );'f

j !f care to answer that question, hur bewildered and embarraed. What PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 1

i ;I tied on to one of her own choosing. could this hoydenish young girl I'I'I I Is

i "You're too fat. What don't you know about my husband that cou'.d! Estimate Made-Work Guaranteed b. ,\ 1

diet ?" she asked.I cause him to be so uneasy? I could I """Mer tJlo;.' 1 1IIQ"

flushed at her rudeness barely refrain from urging her ti STARKE FLORIDA ... ;;,(
slightly .;. :
be I continue with her disclosure. I ':QIMO- --:.,
and then in an attempt to pleaa- I

all replied: (Continued next week.)
ant at costs .. .. .

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l Tis a Horn, but Has No Honk work iiinl, m well ONpinenciillluvi .''' 's t1
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News of Florida in Short Paragraph
Work Together T MI. :
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I thy( Spuds, .Johnson) lust t hand nt the work. TacssCI I"

. I Live State News I II I'rogrcusivo 1'r 'lurenci'Fnrnn I'm-".r., oditur hus said of, that The Robert. C"Ullt.n"t., I.11'urd.! ,t. ,?II Tonic 1;

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pty: together. they will ini'vit- Invigorates Purifies and 1 I

I- t r ably] work together." FNPO1NTLRSThe[ [ Enriches the Blood 6Uc :1 1I

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Tin1 ability anti the dosiro to work

| together are easily the greatest; utiU'U boy who lwcPnle 0"! ,ih
I need, of rural people" In Florida or of Persia mill has on lur-omi-,, \ 'ie
F | almost any other state you might record lie hasn't mauti'l' 1rlt'h sE:\ll'I.E :MIXTURE MAKES :
Tho Lake City-Col here where it will h girlHighway "
Lake City- crty not 1 American
want to mention. Although there STOMACH: "FEEL FINE I
umbia county chamber of commerce donated. I a is no danger that if wo tit n't all robberies lneron.ln l t.,\

has been advised that within the hang together, 1"0'111111 hung, scpar- the north rn\U*. It look UK It horn. *
Tallahassee-Tho board of c orr Simple buckthorn bin k, glycerine '
next thirty or forty days, tho paving I I hAve returned from rioiulu.Mufnollril .
I ] Benjamin Franklin said\ of I
"Old missioners of the Everglade drayage iitely us i'ti\, us mixed in AdWika, often
project on the SpanishTrail" district today granted the "> during n criticnl.period\ in thc history \ ploy the (1,1.1This\ helps HtoniHi'h trouble in TKN minutes
will be board Air Line Railroad penal t of the colonies, I by hanging. toI Is a tip to Henry, KoiJ.Th by removing l\S.! Brings outn

Flirt :'olyers-Voters in four sion to use either bank uf thi. .- ,,- (I i I nether we will 1 lie> able ti> mil k,, more surprising amount\ of old wllllteJIInU'r
\11nn,1 p\v awe never' thought was in
school districts in Leo county yes- Lucio Canal as a right of oat 111011%', a1I11I'l' moiu-j,', ciijnj \hieuore the novcllM. Toll that to inn h..,.- your syntom.you, Stops thnt full, Moatnl .

terday authorized bond i Issues totaling n proposed new branch of the r' '0 and 1 hlln"", :' f'i"llIIR. band about tho first of the month.r fe'limr and, makes you happy \

$'!'J83mf) virtually all for system! according to an ann< u .. I Farm. people] uro' by nature a .'. mid i-hiM'ifiil. rolKnt for. chronic

new buildings. Of this sum $550,- nicnt.Vero. friendly i piMplo. The hospitality >awc. used the to United oppose Slntm iifTi.H.a. n- i.iitmtitmtmn'; Adlerikn] works quickdrlichtfuly \
their homos is. noted Yet IllI'h'1'- Then ho saw
000 will be pent in Fort :Myers. In action and changed his nihul. : rnsy. Sold by Mitch-
.uch-The. average do nf. lends. is i limited I by reasonof all ,.II'. Drug Store

t West Palm Bench-Fred Hughe,, turn on land under cultivation the fact that rural communities More thnn sixteen r\llllon" 'lost, In l'

. age 60, former resident of Detroit,, in River county this year .srlr !' lire often t thinly; populated HowI Oil fire this yell 1''. That inutli w.mUl, \

Mich., died here early today from $220 per acre from citrus fi tits A | ever, n bettor spirit of fellowship keep. coupe thelk In gnu nonily all

. injuries received last evening when rratoes, potatoes and < ther ti in, n 1,1, comrndship will be dovelofied] uroroer. .

" he fell in his garden, driving his crops. This compares favorii'd I if those who do live in a community Let' IM where are those Antic IPILES

pipe down his throat. Burial will with federal agricultural report .work i together' und play together Ayers DOW? ,
be in Detroit. showing: returns per acre in th i Chance has thrown many people --.--- -
state of Florida to be $10!>.76 and together who never thought they CHRISTIAN

SobrinNine young women of will give one an idea of the pro- would like each other well. Rubbing Relieves
entered in to I II PAZO OINTMENT Instantly -
Sebring are ductive soil of Indian River count ulhowxutli: n man in the samo: Meets every Lord's' DAY at 10 ITCHING PILES and you

elect "Miss Sebring" who will act I things as yourself, will make both I a. m for Bible study anti Scriptural can get restful sleep after tbe
as hostess to all visiting. contest- Bradcnton-Manatee county will you and the other man think moro Ammunion. first application tAll

' ants at the Third Annual Florida harvest 1,200 carloads of tomatoes ; aarA av of each other' and have more druiiiilsts are authorized to

Beauty pageant,: to bo held here from its 3,700 acres of this omcrop spent for ouch other. 1"1' refund, money if PAZO OINTMENT -

''t'! July 1,2 and 3, according to Elwood aconling, to estimates of packcrs. It is getting to the lime of your I : fails to Curo any rnttn of

Dillon, director of the pageant The crop Is moving at the rat k Made 4 for' picnic, parties. and outings. r f.oi+t+Wt.t..$.t.i..t..t. ITCHINO.riiOTRUDINQ: BLIND PILES.BLEEDING: Cures
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of about and because 1 '
Vera Bl'ach-'Vork on mosquito fifty cars a day t What could, be better for the' health $ HARVEY M.\ SNYDEIC ? ordinary cases lit G days, the

eradication being cached on by of a short crop in some othi Vta. Otto to trot anew kind of horn. It.. Just a leghorn. When Arid than taking the vifo and kids omto + worst CIIHOS In 1 11 days. 11I1t. '

the mosquito control commissionof sections of the state, is I bringin. Nstuu Lou All..... Calif- visited a friend In Long Beach recently hhl I the picnic ground ,seeing n baseball :f ,1
hitch prices. One carload shipp IlarhN ear near the chicken coop.: Later h. found this prIM leghomSfca ,, f. Mortician Stnrkc Fla.
River is ** listening to political "iatory i- ,
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rapidly under the direction of this week brought $2,800. outing and chatting. with Itillnnth. .- Member of Florida 1'uneral .

Alex !MacMillan, secretary of the Sam .Juno. Slim Timnionx. \Directors and Kmbalmcrs: An'I
CI'arwllter-Aft'r a surve\ hen Da.oport Hotll".t, il! K-IIII-II, ,| willtubli "
commission. GusVooks: and the fanners" it fI 1 ( r '
U. A. Ward, postoffice inspect"of RIDA I ,. !" .hed in LiulU societion.I'HONiI. 4 t
I the community ? You might ]lourti i .
Tampa, has recommended to the l CIl'I'mollt-OI.1 1'11\ > mid Gulf;
1\fannt'e--F1'E't'hoJders here, by a : I
I Unit Hill, Sum, Slim and GUN lire" + t
vote of 66 to 2, authorized the postmaster !general that seven additional WeeklyJ7dustra1Reveu I'nilwiiy: now owned b>' l'a"ullrtlLIII good fellowshoie you h.iil -

school authorities to isuod bonds carriers and three additional I h i Air <' Railway, to undergo imI formerly pretty Lad, suspicion! otherwise Tf Day-1 Night-CO-W t [Rubs Pain ? ,,

in the sum of $:;0,000 to supple- clerks be employed for the I! proVfim'lUs routing $:fn.nlln.) I II And somo of them might give you { With P.Witt C. Jones | JRight Qutn

ment a previous issue of $100,000 por.toffice here. In his recommendation I Stuart-:Martin: county to spend some good. ideas to think over when : .

voted some months ago, for two Mr. Ward said the postof- I 'l'ulluhIlRSI'-Bidll solicited foi' ;! $1,0110,000() for completion of f't,1 go home. *..-*...4>.4 *4-*3*4 ij..t.* I '.\
for the Increased fice business has increased more I/.icic Inlet, connecting Indian and "
school buildings to care erection of Florida's new stub< with -
enrollment due to the city's 'than 100 percent during the year. building.. St.:: Lucite Rivers with Atlantic Ocean. And then if you can play of .....!>..t. t..t+t..t.i'.f..f..... .z
lie is making a similar survey at I Bill, Sam, Slim Gun and others .. i It It I-I
rapid growth.St. St. Augustine-$!;iOOon, worth ol the community, why can't you all j
St. Petersburg. improvements to bo made. on linen. Turn pa-Permits granted, for
Petersburg-Truck drivers arrested '-I ,nf Florida Eust Coast ] erection of 'll,000: ) warehouse. and work together to the benefit, ol ,
by city police and convicted Bradenton-The annual state con each ? I
in municipal court for recklessness -, vention of the Epworth League will pan)'. $15,000 I filling station. I I Forrester & Garaiichael I 1'1 1'1f
Three JIIt'kso'ilIe$7f1IOO( ;fie
will! be given jail terms in the meet here during the week of July Frostproof- gateway entrances plant to TO ALL PKUSONS: :
to this city will be erecte i I. i reeled, for Coco-cola company. I WISHING TO HAVE I
future, Judge W. A. Way promisedthis 5, and already plans are being
morning. The promise was made to entertain the throng who Miami-Work started on eruption Sanford-Plans made, ., for widening I HOGS VACCINATED f)

made by Judge Way when the case are expected to attend. The conference of 10,000,000 University of Miami roads in Seminole county. f Authorised Sales for

of Leonard Deason charged with is expected to be the grE'at-1 building I I i Tarpon-Four streets in south Hero of lute I have been unable

reckless driving. He was fined $25. I est over' held by the organization 1\Iia01i-$2OOO Ingraham section to he resurfaced. to take care of all the hog vaccination i

in Florida and Is meeting here for being erected by Florida East Orlando, -Contract awarded, for work and keep up with my oth CLAY AND ItRADFORD COUNTIESPONTIAC

Tallahassee Railroad Commis- the first time. The convention last Coast Railway. I, construction of Orange county er' duties, and,( realizing! the great
sioner A. S. Wells announced today year was held at St. Petersburg. Dade City-Plant of Dado CityCement I I courthouse, costing $525,000.:; necessity of keeping out hog cholera \ -

that he had telegraphed the headsof Products Company opened ;I I I have taken the mailer up t. f
Gainesville Feed mill of W. B.
all railroads operating in Flor :\o1E'lrose-A bond issue of $30,_ Jacksonville South Jacksonville 1' with tho Livestock Sanitary Bourd
000 for the erection of new school : Utilities Company erecting $inn- Durst, recently destroyed by fire, have r
ida that the commission saw no a : at Tallahassee, Fin., and they
reason for a continuance of the em. building in the newly formed Mel- 000 building. I II !being rebuilt I promised to send n veterinarianhero ( ,

largo and that they would be ex. rose-Grandin consolidated school I Eustis-Extension: of McDonald rook villp- Consolidated Rock one week each month during

pectcd to completely lift it by Monday : district has been carried. It is expected Avenue, from Palmetto street to Products Company's new plant will II the rush of vaccination. lie is to. AND ;tt

May 17. that the bond issue will Lake Willis, ordered. be erected! here. como ,down at an early date and,

make possible the development of Tampa-Post office adds, 45! additional Fort :Myers-Construction work arrange for the time to come and, <

Bartow-Werner Jones, county the school facilities In the district men to carrier force. Blurted, on Fort :Myers Cold xlor- : I will do till possible to let tho

tax assessor, is busy writing. up the sufficiently to more than care for I Tampa--$1,200,000 office building I uge und produce Company's plant. : people know the week that he will OAKLANDSALES

rolls for Polk for 1926. An office the present school population. I for doctors' planned here CI..nrwnter-North. Fort ItarriM bo hero in order for nil to bo ready.Would .
force of eight with two in the field, 1 Frostproof $123,000; Citizens I
Avenue li,> be wiilened. ] lilio to say this, that bin n .
keeping in touch with changes in Fernandina-In its survey of the : Bunk building bring erected. in- .charge will ho about the name us
Company AND
Tarpon Springs SERVICE
prop'rty.l1lm..*. i Is being pushed to and Fro"tproof'ork started onnew 4v J
conditions potentialities
agricultural corporuteil for $2.:;,) )", to npi-n mine, us he is i-mploycil+1 I by lho i
limit to have the books completed $50,000: city hall.rlunnellnn1Vork .
the of Amelia Island, and Nassau i ,
and tin! tho work at about .
nursery on West Lake (Komi. i date, can t
and ready to turn over to the under way, on '
county, the working in conjunction Jacksonville, train v hut I cnn.Ho Pontiac Six Delivered ? i'i'I'RODUC'rs
June. Improved, $950.00
collector by the middle of with the Farm R.ttJement' new 10,000 bank : f
month long
Palm ]Beach, Plans made service ov..rUantle Coast Lino will unto path as
board and, other agencies, has West I 3
Stuart-Over $14,000,000 IH to the conclusion that figs fur erection of new city hall. Railroad;) announced for' summer.' I :.' I tPi:) 10 .i 11 phi'\' iity; ,oj work for him I .' .
be expended by :Martin county on to do as possible, for it will be lin. 4>
and Jacksonville$300,000: to be Jacksonville One-way streets OF GENERAL MOTORS
during: 1926, it was can be grown in nbjindnnce ; possible for 1110 t" keep up with !tus >
BUilt canal. .
dredging Coast distriit.
with scientific cultivation can be spent established in business r
revealed! here at an inventory taken I would( like to.
meet- made one of the chief industries in Winter Haven-W. L. Seward 'oladisun-New: white way system with the : I
of has boon working
at a chamber commerce Construction Company large Ho CHIEF 01TIII SMALL SIXES !
will Jn- this section. opens being installed by Rpe".r'F.I.ctric
Ing. The expenditures tile manufacturing plant here I. }

dada! \; highways: schools, improve ; Fort 'lyprll-50OOO: bond issue Company. I
ments at Stuart and the St. Lucie Fort 1\yprll-In keeping with Luke Worth-Palm leach Gas Freak CornHere' DEMONSTRATIONS: GLADLY GIVEN :
and substantial growthof to be voted on, for drehcinqchll".1 .
Inlet.Tal'nhnaacc. I rapid Company plans Installing gas + )
I Fort Myers In the last two years up Caloonahatchee River' mains, along certain streets unIt LAP
The state depart. Postmaster J. E. Brecht announced Dado, City-$12.'i,000: grammar. of this city. naK : GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA-PHONE 42 ;
of and fresh water fish authorities in Washington school! being erected here. ( .
mint: game today Lumber r+ i
Fort MYl'rM-S'minule
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Lake Worth Three block of NL
mockingbir -
dace not desire to nee have authorized postal surveyhere I mill. r
I >!is slain because they are invaluable for the purpose of extending paving on N Street, between 17th company plans additions to I i A Starke' Agency to be Opened 'in thc Near Future.. i ss
and 20th completion. Tampu-$150,000 swimming; tank vy/4q' !
I to the agriculture of the carrier service and enlarging; I near 8iMt
Alltor-New bridge !St.' proposed for University! of Florida.
' ttate. Commissioner J. B. Roya'.lhas the postoffice building.! V. S. Postal t I

so advised deputies of the department Inspectors Frank Sanford and Ernest I Johns River will bo completed! Tampa' -New $200,000( ) copperscreen .L.5.t.I d.D.!. i.r... .t.t.t.e.!.t.t.i.p t.i.HA'i"fElfl' .
and hus instructed the Mansfield are here to make a June let manufacturing company !'

later to watch such violations, and study of the postal needs.St. I San JORC--East Toast preservingf plans building factory here. ... . .. .. .. .
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kill- erecting new plant here I
handle them with those caught

ing the birds.Gainesville. p'lersburpPooHihilities: that St. Auiruit.p': -City h.'U"' ',i>mgrcbi ; I I TO1.1.. 1'( :rltY .::'II It I : CIIAKGINCi( !

the state of Florida will have special ilt. -
Oa. Three Florida I
of honor schol- traffic regulations loomed St. A turn*) 'n,---Work sfa'to 1 inV'nth I wish to announce to t Hip' Mi 1 : oL3o.-o00 -oOo

girls: were winner here in when a letter from John W. :Martin River bridge.ApalachicolaWork. I producer' of this county tit it
arships to Hrennu competitive College ex governor, was received by the St.Petersburg I ] to start soon through the cooperation of the t t Hours GuaranteedService ;,. .
nnniinl spring I
the Mate Bessie motor club, stating thnt on $2.000,000 six-mile Gorrie bridge: I members cf the Stnrke vhumbo r1.Pl,4 8 and )
amination. They were
K. Pennington, Zephryhilli, proposed regulations: would proh- spanning Apalachicola Bay. i I of Commerce that now you can get .

Clara Backus Floyd, Gainesville, nbly be at brought the next before meeting.the legislature Governor I Tallahassee Bids asked on erection -'I rash for your eggs! twice each X Service SatisfactionStern's ,:

for state week. J r
and Rachel Peterson Lemon City. of four structures
also suggested In his
Each scholarship is valued' at 1- Martin institutions. 'I In this way we hopo to get the Garage :
for makingtraffic
rail to discuss plans
000 and 12 were awarded this year.Apalachlcola laws in all sections uni- I Crystal River-New hotel plan. highest possible price for your 4'r ( i '
ned for this city to cost $300,000.) ) eggs, that is, you will bo paid cash EXIDE Batteries Phone
2oO:; convention be hel.1here. 1 Agents: 87 f
-More than form. The may and! a I i
for your eggs! f. o. b. Slarkc, : :
signs will be placed at I Punta Gorda-Work started. on ._ .. .
highway Florida nothing more' to it on your part.
five-mile intervals along three I $600,000 power plant for I The city clerk has agreed to let vt j {LI
Oak Is to have anew t
the way to Ap- Live Oak-Live light and power company. 1 .,
roadways pointing within the un use a room In the city hall for
alachicola. The sins will reach as high school building I Perry-New community hotel 1 the tc.

far as Dothan, Ala., and beyond, on next few months, the present building planned for this city. I Bucking eggs t I
Friday, May :31\,
to Beginning next

the westward Dixie highway and eastward Marianna: from that and take being care of entirely the rapidly inadequate Increasing I company Lake Worth-Bell erecting new Telephone$80,000' ,, we will collect eggs! each Tuesday s rI J- R. DAVIS & CO.
and that
enrollment. The new building will and Friday hope
city on the Old Spanish Trail. building liore. j
be modem In every respect and ful- I, cooperation of the poultrymen It
citizens' committeetee ly equipped for the mental and Lake Worth-Two blocks storm I to make a success of the project

LeBelle appointed-The to obtain a rightof physical development of the students I sewer being Installed In 18th Avenue They have promised their supportto INSURANCEAGENCY j between 0 and Q streets
I this movement, and will pay
for the Seaboard Air Line as well as being a distinct
to LaBelle way and to obtain property asset to the city In the matter of Tallahassee-Work started, Installing cash! for the eggs, all that they ESTABLISHED 1886

terminals has reportedthat architectural beauty. It Is to ba metal toad signsand mark expect to get out of them In other ,
here for Look
the right of way has been obtained erected near the rresent high school ers. words they are not after profit!, ,.texly .and mho see ftlut the freak thumb corn.and tour I STARKE FLA.

without cost. The commit. building overlooking the property Mililton New Presbyterian but wish to assist In establishing lanr* of hand. It III an cur. of

toe has raised a fund of $30- which has been purchased by thecity church building will be erected a !good permanent market for eggs I ,opasra grow. by J. C. "elUltle., I 1t 1ti

000 for use in purchasing prop. as the site for a public park. here.. of this county. Eale4Q, O- :

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COUNTY: JUDGE'S COURT I I know that in raising pine trees I

J.a.1A : I ce.i rrcr Dress POINTED PINEPARAGRAHS BEN[ POINTERS 1m helping my neighbor who t i.

Allen Yates/ assault with intentto 1'' 'awing other crops. I know that I

murder. Bond set at $500. im Increasing the prosperity <0'

eIJPhoJl I C'aranci' :Mnrr, possession >t bv I' about the ny community. I know I am in- 4
Whhle kicking
pistol without license Bond sft O. H. UWermck. weather today you re think about the kind .turing better lives for my children

1111 $::1')0.' President I Of weather You'll be l kicking about ind my children's children. These

Clarence, :Marr. operating motel Pine Institute of America Inc all _Uii from DO.... hings appeal to me as worth do.
(- 29: .
i "hilu while intoxicated. Bond see -
i x When all in fa"t. "controlle-d Are used to have "pretty ankles" ng.The joke of it is. that
ut $:VlO fires" for the sake. of Now we remark about their "prettytesss. at tinlime '
B. / .\1KS; 1.1111111\ Turner :Martha time I can safely and "ur1\< 1
Y. P. l" INfKKMKIH I Jacob J. Johns, assault and ba'- fi't'w r>e 'ires has bi n said tin fuel I nake as much or more

,'J' ENTF.KrM.NKI: Verdio hutch, Electa ti.r\'. Set for :May 25th. remains that even n ,'"ntioiled Ii .. money with
''I'Ite' I nan wltb big ears who used line trees a: niy neighbor who preI .
The mi'inborn of the IntermediateB. I i 1 I Lucille Davis. Warden. I ( IIRISIIXN K:>' "l E\VOrt NO( ns I ; flI is bad for the soil, "low- up t i sic M, be laughed at now is envied by I 'ers to raise other crops.
1v. I Middlctim.: ; Sentinel growth of the tree ana lessen- t'o audio
\ Y. T U, were delightfully entertainer :I 'id) of the order, interesting How is Christ changing China: : ability of the trcis to pr uucc 11M .....

: ( ; last "Friday' evening at :I and instructive remri' ] turpentine and lumber. Tb snv' otor of the submarine INSPECTORS AM CLERKS

: the Baptist parsonage by their WI'rlCi'n by the Grand How 11 the church trying To soy wo cant find a better mwt .**. been a deep thinker. Precinct No. I, Lawtey i'
change China/ ? G, If IVarce Clerk and R. A. Blanc}
Under lira Thomas Hjnxtn 'I.
Miss Verna way id like saving there could be- .0Tie
and Bullard and J. A. Howe.
China thai I radio, no matter bow worth- nnl H C. I adirett It
is there in
What ,
During the evening contests and, Grand Conductress, in no telephones. electric lights 01 :.... Is a sound Investment. vncctora '
I after which I needs to be changed ? automobiles. Once Prerinrt No 2. Starke (North)
games were enjoyed, clothed words expressed 1 people thought Ir.- T. P. Wall Clerk and Ray Newiiome, T
the hostess assisted by Misses Lena wishes for the Starke Chapter What effect has the revolutH 'I i they had to suffer jellow-fever epi- I l 8om couples would make: up Ifj&y s Willlnmt and G. I!. Bennett. Inupwton. '+

Belle Shepard and Louise Mayenserved had in China? demics. :Now, we know better i could< remember what they: Precinct No 3. Starke South)
1 its infancy Mesd.unes. I J. L Piik Clerk and N Kendrick i/1
t uaiNIed \t iI ;
delicious refreshments of :i Wl'hb! ) and :Moines, also past Can you answer these? I \v Ldunrdu, ;" and A, Anderson, 1. :
nandwuhcH, wafer und punch. M"sHnnnen If not have them answered for ')I'IttOI'*
I bejog .
officers, expressed pleasure in IIINTS TO HOUSEWIVES: Precinct No. 4. Graham.Chiftlo
was assisted in entertaining I ut this instituting you by coming( to the .senior KM Him Cltrk and Juhn SurixncyO
present .
W. and RikyVnndin. InttpectoraPrecinct
herCUl'lIlII., by :Miss Inez Abernathy deavor meeting 7 o'clock Sumla
i I Dr. C. I,. Pridgen, past at Why :More Vegetables ? No 5. Hampton.
master, of F. &. A. :M, of :.; 1 V. m., to be led by Miss, Lucill' CHRISTIANDr R lohni l'l.rk and ,O Haynea. J. H "
I !Saxon and J. C. Keen Inmivctora I
Carolina but member of Johns Come and widen your knowledge Precinct No. 6. ThereMaR
now a
II Tiu'HMi\Y: IIXIRrrrCTIVE' ItLIf'Y 1 They natural tonic. Fla. will
of religion and at the tame are a Hancr of Hampton, C Hulxrvor. Clerk and 1>. w. MoonNeal
: JUNE: lltl Chapter gave a 2. They furnish bulk, stimu'ate: preach next Lord's Day, :May the ounublootl and A. L. Sullivan, Inl -
) mid a interesting! talk on time learn something of the relir- /"or.l
: very I intestinal action, thus preventing 23, morning , The undersigned merchants have of the work and ious conditions in China and what
purpose J), W Kelley Clerk and R. W AndrewS. '"
constipation. morning, 11 OO a. ni. "U ho ill On
agreed to close( their stores from congratulations upon the the United States has to do withit. F. K.nfn.u and M). F Winging, InHlUCtOld "
3. They give us minerals nec the Lord's, ) Side," Eight: p. m. "Vis-. .
f one n'cloek Thursday/ afternoon until I ship of this newly instituted Chapter : One of the most interesting topics I essary In the building of good blood ible raitil," ':1'f:8 seeing{ their faith Precinct No a. lirookerI V''b I
the following morning(', beginning now for discussion.. 1.I r>, Haxlci Clerk and O S Kelley B i.'
I open btrong bones, and teeth. said, "Tay'! Sins 1 Forgiven Thee"' T Stewart and Wade Harrel] Inapectort" II 'j
ThursduN June :3rd! and Sifter Dela Green, Worthy. :Matron i All are welcome.GREENCOLORED. II-loI-U.8.4.
4. They give us Mtammes anti These are very important sub- ---- ,
through and MATURE thus good: health | jetts We would, love} for every one f.
} September I loth : expresses! pleasure at being/ privileged U I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS" ).
I GRAPEFRUITIMI'ROVED 5. They give us. variety and attractiveness to hear t'lem, especially all those .
J. F. Kitklitor, L. A. :Monde J. to attend the instituting:, ORANGES I ---- vl I
in diet. who cull themselves Christians
C. Manning! City Barber Shop, S. thanked members of the UY COLORINGTo Sealed hide l will he recdvefl by the Board
I a Leafy vegetables are best, Spin only; Co..le to do good, and! get of Rond rrtinteeii, of Union County and thHoard .
L. Alvarez, Marguerite's Shoppe, Chapter U. D, for their ,
I of Bond Trustees of Rrwlfurd count'v
J M. Alvarez, I". C. Hollingsworh, hospitality. and delicious make it more salable, a considerable tl ach, turnip greens, celery, lettuce, good. jointly. at br'due site until 3 p. m.. on th,
] proportion of certain va- and, green cabbage are our own lath day of May. A. D 1928 and at that
II. U Noble. L>. C. Jones Banner dinner which was nerved to '' time publicly opened for the construction
and best leaves. r
Thomas, )F G. Hemingway, S. R. officers and ele.egates; of I' rieties of Florida oranges of a lirulve over New River. at a poinuhire '
grapefruit is now colored by RM> Other vegetables are also health- Road No. 14 In Bradford County wil.
Johns II. C. Wall Hoover Bros. i l
Gainesville and Waldo Rev. Thomas Hansen crop New River
formed by the incomplete combustion ful; tomatoes strirg beans, car- pastor. Ihe work included furnishing of all the
J W :Morgan, J. W. White & Son, and extending" to Starke
school 10 00 .
cf keroceno of similar petro. rots, parsnips, turnips, eggplant, Sunday ; a. m.Murnin ncccMary tools. labor equipment and mutt -
W. M. Edwards: Bradford County an invitation to meet with "" ] | 'rial said ,
f : .' worship, 11 00 a. m. necessary to complete bridirein "
in this list. of !
of squash, are depend-
leum product. This coloring accordance with the plans and apeotfications .
l Bunk, A. :\1. Darby, N. B. Hull, Chapter at any regular meeting.The B. Y. P U ."r\'ices 7:00
I fruit which has attained ables, easy to grow: easy to cook, : p. m. on file In the office ctf the Clerksof
F. .F Stump, Bennett Grocery Co., Worthy :Matron of (; Evening: Worship 8:00 the two boards' In Storks and Lake But
: m.
without and to eat. Peas and beans p.
I d easy
T. & 1'. Store, Johnson Cash 'Store villp Chapter, Sister Susie. :' physiological maturity :Mid-week lerFitch
add, vegetable protein. Onions and I service, Wednesday, bid must he accompanied by a certified
the generally as-
Bank of Sta-ke, J. R. Davis & Co -on, also thanked Staiko taking on 8 00 ) check for 10 ncr cent or the amountof
nocmted with ripeness is obviouslya cauliflower, are gas-forming foodsand : p m. the bid and made payable to the Chairman
I for all courtesies shown the I We cordialy invite to wore of the Board of Bond Trustees. of Union
EASTERN STAR I legitimate practice. It was begun I I prevent constipation. I you
gates: in the afttrnoorvontl! : II I ship with county as a guarantee that the au.c_
ELECTS OFFICERS I number of I the us. ful' bidder will within 30
in California year; Always use cooking water daya execute e
sessions and invited Stnrke to J, NBA. Baa Rrancnco' Dui. u contract and give a good and sufficient,
ago, and nearly nil packing/ houses with. the vegetables, or in making bond for equal to the amount of the
Brother Bradford C. \Vebb, of with them at uny meeting 7IIM latiwt In I Ummer dresses mo 1, PRESBYTERIAN a sum
there now equipped for color- sleeves In milk sauces or contract for the faithful performance of
are there are no soups.
Kendrick, Grand; Patron of the urn hold) the first und the contract.
Grand Chapter of Florida. Order of ,day evenings, eight o'clock. Ing. sjt-of-door dress The newostCb Cookingegetahles 10 o'clock a. m Sunday school. The right Is reserved to reject any or
M Mack Inset In the long. 11 o'clock) Preaching service. Dr. nil bids.
the Eastern Star, paid his. official The Starlie (C'hapti U. D, In response' to requests from progressive _&, 1 1. Baking and IItl.'aminlare: excellent Tucker, B S, MATTHEWS
fi visit to Starke May llth, for the that their regular meetings will citrus growers' of florid: _1I I methods. 2 o'clock) p. m. Intermediate Endeavor A. FtJTCH Chairman.C. .

1, purpose) of instituting. Starke IK Id first and! third! :Mondays the United States Department of l I.IT !BOYS! AM OIRI.S I 2. Cook as many as possible in meeting/ Hiss Isabel Fernandez Secretary 4-16-Bt--14.

,t Chapter U. I)., 57 members taking !S o'clock p, in, ut the Masonic ,, Agriculture undertook experiments CONTINUE) : I'LANFINO OF I: skins. This saves flavor and food, superintendent

tho obligations. in this new chapter The Worthy :Matron of with a view to adapting the processof PI' WAINS; ANII CUSH\WS 'value. 7 o'clock p. m? Senior Endeavor
I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Assisting in the exemplification Chapter, Si"h'rIi.ldll.ton: is coloring citrus to conditions in 3. To boil fresh vegetables use Society.

tit) the work, Waldo Chapter No. peimlly desirous of having i the state" The results of these experiments Tnllaha "e I: tcre..t in the enough water to cover. Salt while I I A o'clock) preaching service. + pATRONIZE :

120 opined with her officers in the Stnrke members present at ore printed in Department pumpkin and garden contents beet I, cooking Keep covered until tender, Wednesday at 8 o'clock midweek Home Business +

.hairs, introducing Brother Bradford !- meeting) and especially urges Bulletin No. 1367, Coloring i conducted 1 by home demonstration I Use water with vegetable or in prayer service. + -

,) C Webb, and escorting him members to lo-opi-rate in the Citrus Fruit in Florida. agents throughout the state,1 I milk sauces or soups. I The Woman's Auxiliary meets + RIDE GAINESVILLE :

of the order HO that Starke m obtainedby 1 l ke .TiK.k's bean stalk, continues to the first Monday evening: .f each
to the East while he received The best results were I 4. Cook cabbage: only until ten- month. : BUSSES

grand honors. boast of having one of the having tho stove outside the /grow at a rapid rate, if reports by der. More cooking makes these +

Sister Verna Bullard, associate. Chapter in the state, and ) coloring room, the gas being pipedin county home demonstration agents: harder to digest. Dunnellon-Work SCHEDULE :
4 Grand Conductress, win then introduced from the membership, social thus preventing damage by excessive submitted to State Home Demonstration 5. Soak dried vegetables, peas, new $10,000) bank. way, on + For JAX 7:30, 9:00 a. n. :

escorted to the East r of officers heat. headquarters here are any
., and ] or beans before cooking. West Palm Beach-Plans made, + 4:00: p, m.
Sister Emily Webb Rosa Lie members we well predict unity / In the of tho experimentsit (crIterion +
course Above all-cook vegetables just for erection of new city hall. t For G'VILL lOOO.jm. +
and Salome Moines also prosperity for our The "bilpumpkin" contest seemsto : ;
Condon, past peace, was found that grapefruit and :
enough to make them tender. Ov.ercooking
grand officers. were then intro- fant chapter Starke U. 'J D.S can readily be colored by Mrs.: Nettie Crabill, home demonstration -) Jacksonville $300,000 to be +, 5:00: 7:00: p. m. +
oranges loses flavor and value.NOTICE .
duced and escorted to the Hast. -- 0'I the exhaust from a gasoline engine agent, to have swept De- spent dredging East Coast canal. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1

After of the O'IiRIENSNAVELYMiss Soto county "like wildfire." Over .. ..__-----
exemplification by theylene, as well as by the OP r.t'ARDIAN BALE OP MIN- --- '----=
: Louise of
ballot Waldo officers retired, formed by the incomplete combustion 250;) boys and gill signed up for I OR'S LAND.

Gainesville officers taking/ their West Virginia, and Johnnie gas of kerosene or other aim i- the work, everyone, both old andounfr "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made? i iI ii
O'brien, of thin city, were to into I Notice il hereby given that on the 22n.1! l
chairs seems ret:
I initiatory
( exemplifying i married Sunday afternoon, \? liar petroleum product. Grapefruit > day of June A. D.. 1926 I. the undprivn I
work. colors readily than oranges, the contest, and the County Cham. "" i Guardian for Loin Newman a minor -
officers !lith' in Starke, and are now at more her of Commerce has offered $3; will apply to the Honorable donriro. i We Would Make It"
The regularly appointed at 220 South IMenpant street.The and early orange such as Parson A. Gardiner County Judge for Bradford i
by the Grand Chapter to presideover Brown, assume the characteristic for the first one bringing in a County, Hnridn at hia once in the court
| bride Is a cousin of :\ home in Stnrke Honda for an orderto
the Starke U. D. pi'mpkin weighing 1"0 pounds. : SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS
Chapter trolden-yellow color more thickly null Mt private .ale' all the riitht. title ,
were as follows. : Mabel Leiter of thin city and > than does the spring-maturing Val. Over 100 boys and girls are planning and Interest of laid minor. in that certain "Time Tried and Crop Tested" ,
visited in Gainesville for piece or parcel of Innd 'lym, and he.Ing -
Nolin D. Middlfton, Worthy Ma: (encia. Oranges begin to show, the to see who can grow: the lar. In Starke .Hratlfonl' Cpunty I'lorida. New PRICE LIST of regular bran da just issued. Get same before a

Heinous.. Mr. O'Brien in desired color within, 4.toJ3 hours f pumpkincusjiaw and squash>i d't'h':: jui follow i placing order. Send orders now for future requirements, save delays
tron.Enos with tho Florida State Road 1 ": cm Fourteen (14)) Nineteen and be
W. Hayes, Wohty Patron. Removal or loosening during coloring in Holmes county, according tc 1191 and Twenty (2OI, of Block fwn I ready fertilizer is nee ded. Trasportation .la slew aa.

May F. Powell, Associate :Ma partment of the buttons, or short ends Mrs. Bcttie Caudle, home demon Vtnrke.liof\. Dowllnir'a addition to town of may be worse.

tron. Friends, will he pleated to \ ', of stem left on the fruit when bar. stration agent. She adds that over Said, interest beinir. Inherited' from Itafather I QUALITY first. FAIR prices, prompt Shipment

EVil Anderson, Comluitrcgg. tend congl'lItulutlonM.- reduced from 400 tomato plants were set during A. J. Newman, dceealed
vested, greatly decay This the E. O.
Daily News. 211th day of May, A. D. 192ft PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
Luna Clark, Associate Conduc- stem-end rot. The buttons can be April HULA EDWARDS".
tress. NOTICE loosened by having the temperatureand I "Pumpkin and squash grow more Guardian for Mud minor Jacksonville, Duval County Florid

Ina White, Secretary. There will he an all-day humidity sufficiently high In popular every day," reads the report I ---

Dora Alderman, Treasurer. Thur"dayIay: 27th at .. the coloring rooms.A by :Miss Anna Heist, home I

Edna Grace Hansen, Chaplin. Lake Cemetery, and all persons I copy of tale' bulletin, giving: details demonstration agent: in ,St. Johns il HUDSON

Addie Harley, :Marshall. terested are urged to come, of the experiments, may bra county.\ "Even the grown-ups are COACH

Clara May Knight, Organist. their dinner, and spend the I obtained free, as long as the supply I becoming interested. Seventy-five .

Hulda Corpl'ninlAda.: helping to beautify the lasts, from the United States Department boys and girls have entered the

Ruby Hayes, Ruth. Mrs. Irfijise Williams j of Agriculture, Washing j contest and there are more to

Nell Andrews, Esta. :Mrs. Darner Silcox. I ton, D. C. come," Pumpkin seed have been Hudson holds first advan

I delivered to 110 boys and girls ini

i Nassau county by Miss. Pearl Jordan 1324 ta2ebecauseoEiapatentcd

Realized i home. demonstration agent. Super-Six--the world's ,

I' Byrd's Boyhood : Nassau club girls and women planto "At Your Door" most famous motor. More I

r Pole do a considerable amount of lv lh-gEa.ioP.y than 800 000 have been '.
When He' Flew Over canning this summer, also. I

Thirty-one club girls have entered I Brougham7Pass > 579: built by Hudson under i its

I the pumpkin and cushaw con Sedan 1820 exclusive

URN Commander R B Byrd l test in Leon County, according to i principle. Fore l

t W flew hid. |plans 1 over the north LI I// : JT1 :Mrs. Ruth Kellum, home demon. \ : 'a. AsUt e 11 years it has been outstanding t

IK.IC' ho renllzixt the dream of I, rom asisl Km Biunpentxomaclc
,his. bovhooil, iliivsMe i( stration agent."Twentyeight. ,, Wl.d.hi.lJ' : because of distinctive -
I (Suer R.u Virw Minon.
girls planted
wax the first to 'n'tu'r| l>\ & f ivv T..I8i. Lock (buds.hnrt.fH. smoothness wide
I ,. ,
Irplane the dreary arctic wimies he 4 pumpkin and cushaw seed during Is Iladleior
Moto.Met... binaaotiad flexibility
l (had often longed to explore For him : April," says Mrs. A. P. Powell 6tos ... Lishb. power, speed
)p WWI n double. triumph and
I home demonstration agent In reliability.And .
Wanderlust .laid Its wind M
uponpyrd X
r Perry County. "Each one hopes to
early In life As a boy of 12 he
I longed (o make s trip around the grow the largest pumpkin in the ;, r today's Hudson

"pond county." Coach is
lie finally overcame the argument not only the best

if his mother who opposed his roam. FERTILIZING PASTURES r ever built. It also is priced

n g tendencies. lie started from I I
tlchmond. Va, a ally founded' by i Jacksonville, Fla.-"The fertilizer lower than ever before.

pits forefather, and made his way I.i. f. test being conducted on perm-
iverland to San: Francisco where he
,paught a steamer for the Philippines. ': L anent pasture grasses has proven I
the advisability of using commercial -
Younge Globe Trotter ;ts '
f r fertilizer in promoting the 1
On ship he wandered from oneAsiatic
growth of pastures and no less than
port to another then came ;?:t ( dtth ( _
e iy liner to New York, where he was 60 acres will be intmediatley fertilized .

ailed as the youngest glob trotter as a direct result of the demo
ft th* world Cowmaneter .. end hit plane Trailer
onstration, says J. O. as. fie
When Byrd was IS oM be .
fet mln... to reach tha years aorta pot. .eIaat". by wtifcfc flyers eaa ( ) la BynTs lit. cam la 1M4. ...... sistant county agent for Duval

Four years later, while young Byrd an artificial) horlioa sad seaj asked the ..verame*'. get wi county, I
pas a student at Annapolis ....... portion. white flylac. He.... loan 01 w .YII w ... MIIYtry. I
'polled It- for tie ambittoe. boy: vented ... eeenpaas asMleafc.Je.Ur. a. sah *tN tw = ,... rl.ee. Sebring-Nine young women of -

.f.bea be reached ISM ...... DM Bryd. Tae M.r .1 ., Sebrinar are entered in contest to

{+ ;aa ndlaa ay.4.H all ....adisi .... .MIJK MI aaaatsV SMassaa lie W Ba.Lw ask_ : select "Miss Sebring" who will, act

tax Borta pole ksal. ... sees.. .. ..... .... IW bllat4 aMaaaaaSaa sn> | -171" I aa hostess to all visiting contestants

tale..._ teo.oP left foe It *.s.. tow tY q Iw .... Cat. II, uu. 11II ee1lgl.tMw MmsM at the Third Annual Florida
to. He we.-
i sow
Sled CraM
r c.cn.s a tl1glte i64f
t a ..-- .... ....... .. a R '" .tsl.ae .. 1R Beauty pageant, to be held here
80 1M ...... "Y l'1Dll.rg WrM4Ywk'3" J --. .. T. b fM W July 1,2 and 3, according to Elwood,

.L -.e.t_ .. _- .411r ee 4r.: I '" .I Dillon, director of the pageants E. H. SMITH, Starke, Florida

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I I I POINTED PINEPARAGRAPHS Report of CLERK'S tti. Clerk REPORT or the Circuit/ CourtIn : I -1

I Kiwi for Bradford. Count. ',. Florida, on ; I .
ecouBl of Taxes aAixfUKNi for the ynar IP2H. fAIETYI' A CheckingAccount
Bits of E. W. U\YE3.' Tax. CollvcUir .
by T. Br..'." CenntrStark.
O. H. U W.miek. .'. I I"'n war ..1', It'.'"" I II '
Prmmidmnt C..Dty Paper
Inc. To but. due April 1 I. 2t'20 gad sf I ITllt'RSltY.FIt1D.11' II I
Pin. Inttitut of America llv amt, oolisUml 141 $1 t j jr I I I' e ''I
I Local --- i
Nev 'I )
,bolo doe vuv i. 1".1.) -2r.4'MI" ;
When a merchant sees the pillar tin. ana Forftltar Punt Louis. H. :Mayer l'rpI'pnt" i
the. in his To bat. duo 1, HUtl . 1745..1* I '"
forest April finances
smoke from a world to kivp\
of tin '
IU amt cnlh'CtiHl I 111'.1' HI I F.linor: (;!.\I\'s-"IIIS !IIOIIK"A It thtbest: t way/ in your \
Concerning Our People Business and county, he should say, "There goes drama of Tempestuous! Love I straight. You h.ivo; a ivroipt in L-.u'li transaction.;
some of my trade into the! clouds.It To hal fluiMny. 1. I'I.i, I II IS0 whether it .
aifountith x
Progress of the County and Town. With \Vo invite you\ to upon an u-", _
and .. '
losing business now County Read and BW
means : that I To bah dun. April. 1, H'!"" ...'_ 6iHt( .4lly Alt.EKN: : riUNdl.K:' i \bo large or small\ /end pXIII'ril'IIl't tin- pleasure of pay t .
I'I for fifteen year to come umt cnllvetvd .... .... 1.IM.JWTo i
I ._ might have had. The man who set an" the pMiumite\ and l lovely Tamara ing all your bills by rhock-
--- -- ., will have gross for halo l tin.-.. tin v I. II! J". Sst Ll9\ ,, furnish J
that fire poorer AIIII'I'I'I'I Our bookkeeping) system i is so thatVP can \ youa
Mrs. L. II. Hill, of Lawtey, was nvb.itor :Matt Morgan, of Ocala, was a his live-otock. hence poorer stock To bill duo Wldow'a April, 1 1.Peiufon lute _Fond...... 812lly .M I I JOHN i; !statementvith all your paid. chocks\ in a few;! minutes! I "

to town Wednesday. visitor to Starke Alonduy. II and therefore. less money land to buy will amt colUvliil ... .. 146.' S Ai the virile, duahing Kusviun and! will bo very glad to do it at any time during the 'I'
of that
with. The owner I' r
(Prince ,
T. linl duo Mny I. III.II! 7Jit..IO month that desire ;
Edwin Larson, of Keystone Miss Georgiannu Ponder, spent have fewer trees and slower-grow County Brhovl Directed li.v hint Vidor you may

Heights was a visitor to town last the wei-k-end with friends at LouSi ing: trees, and therefore less money To.By nmt.bal.' duo callccuilTn April. I. ItMA_ _.....174M1LAM 1M'1bpv! All of our\ other service' im Very\ complete and (S't'p.
Friday *. to buy with. Yes, there goes some n SATIKIY; !! invitu you to muko use of !hems \
of my trade.. bal due :May I, !!II'!"' U..if.tinCoanly 'f
Palla Al I. IIOMK In I

YF Miss Lois Gumcy, of Brooker, :Mrs M. Lev i ton und daughter, To bal. due April 1. 1028\ ...".. 812 HOHy "UKD:! HI.OOD ';
: friend H. II. Wefi-1 Jr. of . .
My unit eollittixt 7100 i"I'IIMf..I!"""' cf l\ was a visitor to town :Monday af Rosa, are spending the week in Mobile, calls forest fires "The LAST EPISODE 0)0't') '': 01' I

ternoon. Valdosta and other points in Georgia Great Red-Tongued Tax-Gatherer To bah.) duo Total Muy 1.8ub-Srho""'24 l lT Bi'i "ft SPADKS"1st ) I !KoUpfflonorBimfctin \ I ) ;

with relatives. of the South". lIow big is the tax I .. bal., duo April 1. 1121,, .- .....15851 81 EPISODE i.f "SCAHI.KTSI'HAKK" f.'tlm,111"" i'f/ .I 'n',,' .1... j\ t
I Hy amt. cnllocU'il. __ JtD.lfinT : I
Mrs. J. L. Turner has returns it collects in your county? : I

from a visit to Starke.-Aliu-buu Cyrus: Hoover, who has (been hereon I When a fire burns over forest Ii .. halo. sue, May ,1. ML'l! 11.1X7 ll.t Featuring JACK l\IH5HTKKY> : '. -:

Free Press. a two weeks visit with his parents land just once-not a big fire, justa To bal. duo. Bafc-Srhool April,. 1, 1IC6 Bonda. un' 4178(7lly I BANK OF STARK ) '-.;' I
Mr.: and Mrs. C. K. Hoover little fire-it costs the landowner amt. eiillrctud, 4.11. 0" MOND.tY.rt'FSI1.tY:' ,

Mr. Roy Coleman, of Curr blle, left Wednesday for :Miami. enough to buy a cow for It will tart n red hot discus' i"i>-- i
To bill. <|'IIH May I I. i'') 1Road li.TN 17 'I i!
spent! the first of the week in -owl every acre burned! and Bridge Bonda I Dorothy ('nnflpt.'l'l\ lIti"al "Rank of Helpful Service"I I 1
b ........ "'
\ I To bal duo April 1 1916 $141868IIy Novel
," with friends. :Mrs Kobt. Cone and little diiuirh.! When a fire burns over forestLinil amt colliftiNl '>!'flti JJTn We Pay 4 Per CVnf On Savings ';:
,,' ter, Pansy, of tSuart, were in town money has gone up In smoke I THE MOM KM AK Kit" I j' .\. ., I
'Ifl'ii bill ..tmMJIV. I. I'15 l ,'it 1 Hu 41 Brllt.It' : f.(
hat will be in and Clivo .. \
Messrs. G. W. and E. M:\ Kazen! Wednesday enroute to Hcilbronn : never spent any- AcHraltaro Fund With Alice Joyce I

fl'ii: of Broker) were transacting business Springs, for a visit with relatives. body's store by anybody.. Think'I Tn bnl. duo April 1. lit!" .285 I, I e
.. t
it over when you see the Great ',.ny amt eollii-tml l-tft.A!' t" '" I 10'' h- h. nf my iliitli' ,
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hero Tuesday. Tax-Gatherer's !Hug Manati-o -Frcoholdors here, by 1I 1\ if I Iw ,i..I
9, I :Mr. and :Mrs G. :M. Smtrunk and Red-Tongui'd( To bnl ilup. Slur 1. Iti'JA\ 7.'fI 41 opts of fiG to 2, authorized the CENT A WORDICOLUMN II I.VU'I I .\ II $1'Pt!\IiNN&'Y.
, "waving in the air over your county. I G. W. AUPRRMXNclnrk: ( 4
Walter Wills, of) Tampa was in :Merrill Futth) spent\ Thursday in I school /nuthoi'ltion' to mui'il. bond ,, (4I
t'of' town first of the week attending Jacksonville.Vote \ Nine out <.f ten fathers will say 1 Br T A KN1OHT; t> r in the Bum of $:;0,00n; to supple1 I MrMIIrK: HI IIOOI IIHMfIIi.t. N.. I.I }

: to business affairs. they are anxious to insure the I! Vero Bl'Rch-\York on mosquito 1: nu-nt a previous issue of $100,001)\ \ ) I brrrhy)< nniioiinei.* an a ituiliitiit. for, '
health, happiness and prosperity 1 ..'-.-I.r)Inn an m.mln r of th. Helmut! Ilnanl,
for CJeo. F. Young for Representative \ eradication being curled on by voted some months ago for two l IllHtrlrt, N" I I. llrailfuril eOlln'''. 1 wUI
Rev. J. P. Hancr, of Hampton, lie stands for the interest of their children. I the mosquito control commissionof school building to cure for tho Increased l'Oll SALK: Porto Ric'.sw.et !potato rant lane til Siva thu' ililtUi.. of thfi offlniv T <
here Bradford Father! If that is true, do your drnwt H. I I.. Sleron5on.FOIL ,'..n..1) atlrntiini. L W. KICKLlTBltMrMIIFR
was attending to business of the people ()f I Indian River county is progressing enrollment due to the i-ity's
afternoon.Mrs. count--for drainage and rind share to make certain that there R\I 1.p..int"r\: pups| i| $10 and/
Wednesday rapidly under the direction of growth
will be enough pine trees growingin :, rapid | firi. Apply to II. I I.. IIrown h.\', DIRT NOJII '
Alex :MacMillan, secretary of the
The count : nr.1
L. G. Powell and little son your own county. ) : 1 Pt. PeterxhnrgTruck drivers Starkt- 11" I tii-nliy, .Hiinntinr marl a candidate fog +
without pine trees when your children commission. nii.mlur, of ''hp School H..rO. tilalrlct. N.. q
left Sunday for a visit with relatives :Mr. and :Mrs.\ N. J. Allbritton, of are trying to make a living rented by city police and. convicted ------- 2, ....1 ,.,..,...* a faithful parfortnanca.
in Tillman, S. C. llronson, and :Mrs. L. C. Ray, of will be in a case. Vero Bench-The average re- I I. In municipal court for recklessness \ DIIKSS: :MAKING:': ; ':S;"n* Mrll. Adamircon tho cl.ill' .. of Uia. nffU*. K lantnl 1 ao-.. +
sorry .
I lip ( lh.nppurt of thu vuhira M tha J.
Roddick, were visitors. Sunday afternoon I I would rather leave heirs turn on land under cultivation in I I will be given jail terms in the ( Cherry sheet upp'.Milodepot l.piiunry.. H. IX MAY /
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and to Misses Olive and Amelia one hundred acres of well-mannged 'in River county this year future Judge W. A. Wny promised :!

Mr.\ and :Mrs. N. B. !Hull, spent lust Uay. pine trees than a tcn-thousnnd-dol- $220: per acre from citrus fruit, to- :, this morning. The promise was I FOIl AI.F.-Crt- I; t--I; lilln-s, scunel..oaao. LliT.'CT I i iI

Thursday in Jacksonville.Mrs. bar paid-up insurance policy. II irntoes, potatoes. and. other truck 1' made by Judgo Way when tho cast gladioli\ and other flowers. Arranged ,...1.. to naaanca aijr aaiidiilany. .AMVraalfctliin t."
Vote for GI's.; F.) Young for Representative will them better I II of Leonard Pennon/ charged: with In th' arrlM uf Biaaihrr. of tha trI I '
pay This favorablo . I 4.ehal
crops. compares 1 In basket when pn'forred boanl, Hixriot S. .uhl'''' to t haw
1>. E. Knight was the guest lie stands for the interest with federal agricultural report 'ret'kloBB! drlvlnf He was fined 1 $25.: :; I tioia nf tlM U._...... primary. JUM
1 .> bound, squash :Mr. L. A. DavH. blh. anil _.... taa volant of my aontlnuadlbint
Jacksonville Bean hampersvir.
of Mrs.' Joseph Stribling of the people of I showing returns! per acre in the"state I, worth of' .t".... IK thalr kakalf.A. .
the first of the week county-for drainage and good: coke and Irish potato' crates. Toma- of Florida to be $10 .j6 and I St. Augustine-$50,000: ) )LOST:> Olt STOI.KN-Ono: female A. WA JlIH.
I velvet improvements to Im! niuile on linen I
crates day
to and corn ninety
roads. [ will give one an idea of the productive ,I 1 bird. dug, solid white with HverI -
Ciuivt com-
I I'f \Florida Kunt Railway
Mrs. R. B. Barbour, of Jacksonville bcnns. J. F. Kieklitcr. It. soil of Indian River count' I colored ears. Liberal reward. of- COUNTT COHMIBWOM. -DI0TB1CTf a ,. 'l.e

spent :Monday in town the I :Mr. and Mrs.. C. F. Boyer, and puny i fercd for. Information. T. 1 11.i """"y nanaa.a cry _ntldu7' .+
guest of Mrs. T. S. Williams.Mr. little son, of Jacksonville spent' any Miunty. ai...//a......... from IItoIt.... Tarab
I Sunday here with :Mrs.\ Boyer's j'I II :.1141141 4111144........................................1N111111N1I ,i 1 Pyal, Brookor, 10'1:1.: 5.1I.21"WANT ::! .""),',,,t to' the'prlaiarr_)Iv.Jaw af taw Hth.oUrc K ..at...ilia IMUrmiMTatK *,

and. :Mrs. F. L. Wise and parents' Mr.\ and :Mrs. J. C. :Man- ...l, I will ..nt,._ to vl.. .... dutlaa' of IM I. ,.'
I TO BUVDirect from off)... my rarrfal _........"" attntio. I
Rev. and !Mrs. E. :M. Rooks, spent I nine 1. U UNUBHHILU

]last Thursday in Jacksonville I Mr.: and Mrs: S. W. MCarl: and !! i it agent owner! acreage need, answer" tin farms. FOR COIIII.IlItIONmt-DI8TIIICT 4 1 .
detaili in first loiter il1<'lu.linh'jIII -- -
Col. D. E. Knight spent Monday;) daughter, Joe Louise, and :Mr.\ and RIDE BLUE BUS 1 hcnhy announea .....>1 lf a* a andldat :1
i price and terms. \I'1 Box'
in Bunne'.l! attending circuit court Mrs. Charles McCurl: of St. Aug. I ( far Hltintlon a* aounly eoromlMlona" % ,
21S5' St. \'"t'rshllrl01"ri.la.\ 5- dUtrlrt No. 4. Hampton Thcrraia aa2llraham. l
where he had an important case. I ustine, spent Sunday in town the ...dI\ r*...lrct.d. will. .continue M t.
21St. ....
guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ F. A. Scott. Illva the many thn brat .1.. I e.opnbla ..
of I
Mollcit your v"l" at tha plf.mars .
T. B. Pinholster, candidate for j. 1 e C e w 1 a C Juna Rth. (1. W. JIINMOM! ,(

representative, of the Brooker section George: Thomas, of Stuart, a student I. Starke Chamber of ( om- '
was in town Saturday after at the University of )Florida, I run ronNrv roiMHisHioNCR. DIHT. I

I noon. was in town Sunday visiting at the LINES DAILY merle night meets at every the Thursday City- : for I *huri'hy.nimly' mmlaHlunf.r.aiinounr myHrlf. Ilintrlrt a candidate Nn. C. u ,S

I I home of Mr. and :Mrs E. M. Thom- Hall. Every citizen of .1 4miirUilnv, ltriHihir: ::: and. Niw Rlv r. I I ftia.ourt'
thn vnU'ra. I will iilvv falthfal .t.
I Jack Briggs, traveling salesman i be .
as.I tile town Is expected to a.(1.111 Ion I.. I hit .<. nf I thn ..trI... If
of Jacksonville, was a prominent 3 pre ent. 8 o'clock. tlu'yIrcl mo ,Ki=| y A. L. ORKKM.\: :
visitor to town Wednesday after G. W. Alderman is a good farmeras ,
I hin..bv imnininro myiti.lf a ....ndld., ...

! noon. Ouitu Barlow has accepted dug well part as of an his able Irish official.potato crop He of ii I i Lv. Starke 10:30 A. M. 4:30: P. M. ii I, Political AnnouncementsTo : eumprfttlnir fur promaar:;: (utility.,) ./ rlfrtti ItriMihi-r fiuninlMliini.r: )i: '*and KVO! Nvw Dliitrlrt tho Klvi-r.wry No..beat1

Miss!! last week and they were some T
.......... of 11.,0.. I'rvlei. tint I ..n iiiuibli' nf ritnilt'rlnirKiilivcl ., .
ttm I> .tla vntrm
n position in Starke. We wish the finest potatoes seen on the County i I ....k. thin mt'thnd' of announcing ,, 'filly. I.. It. CAINIIT.COI'TINS /;: f
her much success.-Clay County; market, cither local or .shipped.Mrs. i FORJACKSONVILLE I my CBmlldiicy for th':* :orTIc:: of Rapre.o.tr '
tv( .. If Inetml I I prwnlM faithful and mtftclrnt ,
Times. ...... .,. I .nllHt yntir .."fr..o. 4'4+1#+++NN++N+44+ ''t + .
Dora Hionebrodt of Detroit _.-trull T. it. I"NII"II.8n. t

Rev. R. S. Carlton and Rev. A. E. I Mich., and her granddaughter i II Ni>tlo..-To th* .." ... nf Hnulfonl .s>u. | f & CASKETS ): f

Dunham attended the Episcopal :Miss Jennie Heinebrodt, of Lorain J In ryt the I.m.L>KU1..ramflrlnt tun>) .frnnt. for Bradford RvprfwrntHtlv Count f and a Full Line ofUndertakers' :t 1

Church Council in Tallahassee last Ohio, left for their home Wednesday ubi'ifct to tbw DmnMnttfn I'nnarf. Klticm *?* /"
to bn rn M l I. Juno. 1"21. Supplies
week. after .spending the winter GRORGH! F. YUU/4O.' LawUy JI'1.

months in Starke. I h........ .nn A. Newsom, Lv. Starke 10:15 A. M. 5:15 P. M. ii I
Mr. and Mrs. R ii : for nomination to lb. ffU* of mpftnttv ..___ .
Ii .,. _
.. . A an liand. Tba kart .m
with Mrs In tfa ale U i tel r from Kr.d.Intl
in Lawtey M.\ F. Eddy, and
spent Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. ., _
f t Bounty .ublat *. tto* ..rtto. .f tk. tha lawoat prl Hpaolal atonllnrt 4. I
Newsom's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. :Miss\ Mary Eddy, accompanied by .I nrrnocrmtta. prinmry. eI JHM l th. If .*nd to t.-l crnDk order I'
FOR I the p-.01. f -ty ara I 9 9t
Jack Howe. Miss Eula Sealey, spent Sunday in .'itt mmt cuivrvnttataa _.._
Starke visiting Mrs. Eddy's moth. A. J. TVOMASMEMHF.K t DEWITT C. JONES

Mrs. J. G. Alvarez and son J. G. er.-Alachua Free Press. flCHOOL. till 4 !)-DIHT. 9.I f STARKE. FLA. j )
Jr. of Jacksonville in town I hon-by ann".e. myiiHf it eiinillilHtA fnrmtmlMr A
of Hchtml .Marl, Utrlrt' S. ..uMbet 4
t during the week-end visiting rela Margaret Adkins and Stella Bar. GAINESVILLEOCALA i .) .U, lh* Kctlun of tht Jiin.. primary I tf Mil t++ H++++ II +tl++ f 1:

tives. of relatives in - ------- ---- ---
rett are guests : 'J a

Starke for the week-end, going ov.r
Mrs. Lila Griffin, who spent the especially for their cousin's birth

past two weeks in Kingston Pa., day party Saturday afternoon. CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO / :.t'l.\\.
with Mrs. A. Price returned home
Gainesville Dail News.
Saturday.Miss .

, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huston. of TAMPA
Laura Wynn, who has been your money with home concerns.: Money spent with
Ponca City, Okla., and Mrs. Mabel] '
spending the past week visiting the foreign corporation: never return Ride the GalncavlUeJ 'j
Barker, of Plant City, spent
relatives in White Springs, returned week-end in Starke with Mr. and
home Sunday. Mrs. A. S. Crews. Mrs. Huston ST. PETERSBURGRates home concern.: -.

daughter will be remembered in Starke as I "'"- ,

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez / ,, Mr=!. Ella Johnson, her marriage GAINESVILLE BUS CO. '
Miss Aileen, :MrV.! E. Davis and
Huston taking place a few
to :IoU. t'J
Mr. Randall, spent Saturday shopping weeks ago.< 2 3-4c Per Mile

in Gainesville.. .

Messrs J. R. Mott, A. L. Green NOTICE 10:15 BUS Takes PassengersFOR ,

and J. J. :Morgan, of the Brook"t May 18, 192fl

section, were transacting business TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Producers of Milk and Cream I

in town Saturday. It has been reported that I have

made the statement that I paid

Tuesday JudgeA.: from Z. Adkins Flagler returned countywhere ninety dollars! ($90.00): ) to it certain DUNELLON CRYSTAL RIVER Can sell their products fr the.. .. .. ;.4 4 i u
person to keep him out of the race -
the spring!:
he presided over .
against: me two years ago. This I i E
term. of circuit court. I positively deny as I would not give; I market
highest prices .
to keep one out of s i INVERNESS BROOKSVILLE
Mr*. T. p. Clark, of Miami, is i one penny any it \

spending a few days at the home' j campaign with me. 1 +i+..t.

of her Mr. and Mrs. N. D, I :My campaign cost me somewhere I
parents around ninety ($90.00)) dollar, I LEESBURG EUSTIS & ORLANDO
Wainwright. Mrs. Clark will leave For detail write Jas. R. Love
Beach, which I have told. I mean't by that t
Friday! for Jacksonville which I was
that the legal expense
wher sh. will visit friend before. | put to amounted to the .above i Arrives Same Afternoon' Production Superintendent
in Miami.!
returning to her home i I amount, which !included qualification IF{

fees, advertisement and expenses ..) .*.......

nization Among of those the attending Eastern the Star org ir; i I necessary in traveling | 5:15: BUS Stops over night at Ocala, and pro- < s

,Starke. E. Mames Tuesday, Mrs.! evening G. A.were Epperson: MrsJ. ,,.::1 i around As influence to county.having him to paid stay any out amount of the | ceeds to all above points following morning Seminole Milk Company .

M .. &,8. Johns, Mrs. H. Rosen. to
I positively did not, neither Jacksonville Florida' C

burg Elizabeth Mrs.Smith Ch *.Miss Register Esteele Mrs Rosenbnr '.. have race I made any statement such.which I Tickets and Information at Carpenings Drug:.Store \ '

be construed to mean s
Unlor -
*, 'Dr. J. E. Main 1 (Signed) H. B. Wiggiiu. f. .................................... ......... ......................... .,
County Times.; ,


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r25ZSZ5.5252.e5i'SZ5T5'5252.Ire525''tS25Z52525' GREEN.COLORED MATURE '1 after treatment Is begun. the advisability of using commer- I 1.,'

ORANGES, GRAPEKRUIT; I Removal, or loosening during col- i ml fertilizer in promoting the We can charge I

Farmers & 1 IMPROVED BY COLORING: .ring, of the buttons, or short ends growth of pastures and no I legs than YES your 8 U-UR S.
of stem left on the fruit when har- GO acres will be mtmediatlcy ferti.

To make it more salable, a con vested, greatly reduced decay fromstmtend lizcj as a direct result of the demonstration STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's o,
of certain
siderableproportion rot. The buttons can be ," says J. O. Traxler, as. t
( fly K. r. Ward, County Agent) of Florida and I
oranges ,
., G loosened by having/ the temperaturean .. sistant county agent for Duval '
G grapefruit is now colored by gut 1 humidity sufficiently high in county. !

formed by the incomplete combustion SlFarake
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE G the coloring rooms.A _ .--- j Garage i .
of Kimilar ,
t>f keneno petroleum .
ART.C ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND y copy of ttio: bulletin, giving details -
product.\ This coloring of ONLY TWO FAMILIESOUT :
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY G( of the experiments, may b>! It -
Citrus' fruit which has attained obtained free as long as the supply OF FIFTEEN IN 'J

1!. J57575'?" =' =' =n"==, =, .=..J= ul 5i52Z2' .3LJlJLJLjr-3c-.......... .... J........===S M".. physiological maturity without ATTENTION To Poultry People
i lusts, from the United States De- :!: COMMUNITY: HAVE COWS\ '
I LANIFCtli'E'Ot'ItSE\ will find i dill pitkles a delicious: pro. taking I on the color generally associated pnrtment of Agriculture Washing ; of Bradford County

UUIKD in l'LI.EGE) I ,duct. Jlr.> Berger snys that dill with ripeness is obviously ton, I). C. i D.I Ship Your Poultry and Eggs To Us. We Assure You Top 1
I ;i It begun I liushnell Fla.-Miss Agnes '
Ar.KICUUL'KK legitimate practice. was -
OF pickles are not in the same class i a II
!Market Prices and Prompt remittance..
with vinegar' I pickles, and are moru :'I in California number of years TWO CARLOADS PIGS: Yeamans, county home demonstration -j
Curriculum StrvnKlhvtivd" ; ; li> Other DISTRIBUTED I We Will Pay You For Next Weeks ShipmentHENS I 31 c
I healthful. Cull (cucumbers for j! ago, and nearly all packing houses TO CLUB agent in making a survey of j ji I

Changes KfffttiM' Next Year which there Is little 0" no market: j t I there are now equipped for color-. !I MEMBERS: IN MADISON i; one of the rural communities of i j per II., EGGS White 30c per Dozen Delivered.

; I can be used, in nuking dill., Dr. Her. ing. I --- I SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO.
GuinoBVille, 1 I'la.-In keeping with I Madison Fin.-Pig club work in Sumter county found only two ,
Bir'8 method IH as follows: In response! to requests from pro.Tensive I I Jacksonville 20 E. Bib St. Florida
the demand for trained landscapenrdiitc'i Madison County the
premier coun- ,i families out of 15 which kept a :
1. Pack/ the cucumbers into suit- (,! citrus growers of Florid I 3r
ts iind buautifivaticm workers ty of the state in pig club work -
able containers, such ns pars or the United States Depnttment of I cow. In a number of these families -;,
University of Florida, has getting' actively under way for
I crocks, with a liberal amount ot> I I I I Agriculture I undertook experiments I i are small children who are given .
added D fuiir-yeur <'UIKU in 1.indue I 1UU.! :! Two carloads, totaling 89 pigs,
dill in the bottom and between the :| w ith a view to adapting the process canned milk or none all. "It
'a po gardening, to lU curriculum | were brought into the county lastI at

The new (course will 1 Ite (given by layers of cucumbers. Dill IM an aromatic [i of coloring citrus to conditions in I week and distributed Monday of is hoped," guys Miss Yeumann, Your HOME
herb frequently grown in the state. The results of these ex. I I Brighten Up
the department of horticulture of i this week to tho club members by 1 that through our nutrition
rardcns., If dill is not available thu 'perimcnts ate printed, in Department I
the Colic;!!- of Agriculture. That County Agent B. E. Luwton. ,
regular pickle spites may bu! used. Bulletin No. ISO, Coloring 1, parents will see the need of more This Spring With
a number of other lummox ntrennl- I One car of 45 pigs was brought I
t 2. A layer of grape leaves about Citrus Fruit in Florida. I :j milk in the d.et and lend every effort -
the curriculum of the |
tllling in from Amcricus Ga., and another
one-fourth inch thick thicker is : "
or Tho results obtainedby
best were in few
u cows.
lego of Agriculture have been i car of 35 was brought in from Adel procuring
placed over the top of the cucum- having the stove outside the
is revcnlcil, by the new University | Ga. Most of the pigs are barrowsand I __ .' _- SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS

catalog, which has just been issued. bers. In containers with large openings coloring room the gas being pipedin will be entered in the fut bar RENEW YOUR HEALTH
: the cucumbers should< be thus preventing damage by excessive -
The new landscape gardening show at
row the State Fair this BY PURIFICATIONAny
weighted down by a board and heat. '
I course will include such subjects> u.< fall. Several good breeding animals .

architectural design elements of stone (not limestone.) In the course of the experiments were in the lot, however. physician will tell you that

beauty fro, >hnn
horticulture( surveying practico been> properly packed, cover them oranges can readily be colored by farmers to Gainesville last week, Is Nature's foundaton of Perfect THE BEST FOR FIFTY YEARS

nature and, properties of soils, per with a pickling brine prepared by the exhaust from a gasoline eng where four pigs were purchasedfrom I Health." Why not rid yourself

peelivG drawing water colors,, dissolving seven ounces of common fro, by theylene- as well as by the the Experiment Station and I,I of chronic ailments that are under. For Sale
general land jfiirdcnintf gas: formed by the Incomplete com- I mining your vitality? Purify your
pliysolojry, ( cnl'(1 College of Agriculture for club
nit in each gallon of water. Let |
plant materials, systematic bustion of kerosene or other Bimi- members. The total enrollment in entire system by taking a thorough
stand until the cucumbers are | course: of Calotabs-once or twice
liar petroleum product. Grapefruitcolors
botnny, highway theory and design pig clubs in the county will probably
a week for several weeks-and see
lamfornpe dinn. It will be :n through fermintirgr or three or 1 more readily than oranges, exceed 150 for the year. how Nature rewards with

,mil'HO from the weeks and. early orange such as Parson health. you

standpoint, of both architecture unllioillculturo. 1. Carefully skim the moM! and Drown, assume the characteristic FERTILIZING PASTURES Calotabs are the greatest of nil\ I Lumber & Supply Co.

few golden-yellow color more thickly system purifies. Get a family
off the days.
yeasts top every
than does the spring-maturing Val Jacksonville Fla.-"Tho fertilizer -
The regular( curriculum, for agriculture I package, containing full directions,
students not taking landscape Small cucumbers, uncut, make encia. Oranges begin to show the I test being conducted on perm I price 33 cta.; trial package/ 10 eta

gardening, has been strengthened the best pickles. desired color within to 72 hours anent pasture grasses has proven J I At any drug store (Adv.) )fe)o( #)oo(OOC .c4 'XXXXXX 1

the iiilditiun of geology ..., .
by --- --- ---"=
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mathematics, phyxicH, biology und I

other Full subjects information, regarding, the 1 j I THIS IS THE PROPER WAY SHEAR A SHEEPThe

landscape gardening. or regular 1\\

agricultural course and catalog/ I :

may be had by applying to thel
I picture*, with C'OCk' '
Dean, College of Agriculture, or to '' printed instruction* Bad While ftllftht modifications

tho Registrar University of Flor Illustrate. and describe R -- In the directing, off

ida. I briefly 1 system of shear- the strokes taken with the

Inn sheep that has been shear are made by differ
BABSON MAKES PLEA developed by the thou
shearers the beginner
FOIl DEVELOPMENT) : OF I I sands of professional ,
hearers of America and CD I should follow the Instructions -

STATE'S AGRICULTURE Australia. as closely a possible.JVt .

Gainesville-Fla.-The- development 'I'

of the College of Agriculture'and '' Wk.l

of agricutural work in generalis

one of the state's greatest needs |

in the opinion of Roger W. Babson' O

I eminent statistician and business :,

forecaster. Mr. RabsoTi was in

''I Gainesville on his way north this

week and spoke at the University

"We need agriculture value:y, r davit" up ununrr-fy nn III( romp,
and commerce to make ," ._ To'n' "r'r'I' l Iq hrr nlmwn: A5 It !tf t your! fret clone to thf hnp body1 .
; i.hrd.q Shearer.) : If hewitthm I rnnp Hhpcp hrniljr! brtwofn ktf'C.
said Mr. Babson. "Florida has p' .r run drop onto hi* rlffht I Hnvi "" .I-.tnl nf the machine two
'q + knr-4, but f.-ft to riuht and lirtli ba 'k.ftm 0.-
ty of sunshine of rain iherp'n hend should n < R I,
plenty plen-I y'+. ti be held over aftntnat Inrlftht nt mint nf brisket tii ktni" a
plenty of phosphate and, I wiI T aldo, and hind Ii'R kept' troked downward In chic pol. r ',
'vt S.P r'k ) "i ntiM lit by prrMing hand /In tion never allow sheep's bred L
vital requirements for g flank na ,. Aa mentioned to fall bock IN corm your IPRS. t
I 1 1 bo.few., hlnJlq Alter! Khcarlnubrmkct.Hratp. '
i I crops. We need to train our own hotild nev r be pulled out hc..p'n rlulit (fure ,It... pulling
1 boys and, girls in and for fthearinii. If this t la upwrlhaunmcGme ...
production, Thin done /brrpwlll start 108 in with I. It knrr! Klciirvesuhr The fnflru k frjldr'l nBl heT.<1
then let them .settle hero und, develop hag put picture the cheep iiltntr in position* how the Inc nhf dhoarinf irpr to kirk. Wllh Irq heldtraiuht p'rtlwit-'tolrft under your right kneo, Invfrq, hcep further .
I"whkh 'Mt inek on it* rttntp. Kern I blly wool with
/ p.
the! state If our educationalfacilities Tight bis feet hind atilllurtlwr l lr a by ramintt hark it* hend nnd tnnvinft this picture on alivrp four PtrnkiH olr', I ,,0
nn not adequate. then our down on to Its left| mile.to let ithrep settle can nut, yank I 1"11 .rundown from underlump's from hearlooftflyirt thphnnd.w brin TMiinifl Mime-nf nil romb wt flout O
In (I.UK kittuiiuacowuIn. ) rlkht.froIrg! nheep'n body to >
1 boys and, girls to Northern colleges fj ahrnrinn the tight hind 1r, mroket .lit. to I I.i n. I L. T I teeth down on Nheep'rt *>kin, Mnkf strokes
go J. liould utart near the bark bone und trokt.. openctartinii .u curt fully, with comb utttma full width
and, : run well out on leg.A for Be hnt h nf comb down
are tore apt to< net tit? plate nure t te t are un
\ *Bhrormu toward
ront mum
.trokt-M acrossbilly. kin as stroke m cmlcd. toover quteth
I' In the North. tail ahrurvr lea deep nect.niiy nf iklnu iHi.onJ
down teat nn its 1 lift rut* Conilnu mk, t
I,I "We need more Experiment: stations ( I' Blilnitidl iK<*iputtition i belly ,until at) bent woolttose +

branches of tho m/l station .._ J .t' nfxt grown picture.In Is removed, when 1 it
".- wr' \ .J I can be kept trpg.
at Ga'nfsvillo' scattered nlxmt over f' rate from lloeco UC
Ai t lit* 1'1..111' thnw..ihr. wool if de- ,
the state, - ..f.' .. roticht to n nenrK upriuht( IH,.|- Now tam MtfiMn n lift!* M nunn e
growers can drive in and talk to ,:. !' : : Lon ncaln i. ahnuldf In l 1..ln" 4horn.Murp' anil I li-aii 'It liirihi i twk on UN runiD
hrarl i,T | the workers and get the information '' w .".. .
>< .n..I.l r nrmV ith ,,
mini ;
w liiin run'rs If bail|\' mrptdiiin, kln tight > 01 hood tow inti..Mro'r tight htnd .dmt. e
they, wunt.Ve nerd 1 mora "'here .h"II,11I1' ,m to he done. Slunn-r c, n- I a handful nl' 'kitl' "..1 wuu| m Inn Jar arnir of
snort with n crakes from nor" the buck Ywe -' 1'\'Iklnl." \' q ut. (Hunk Joint. J'...n the.

county agent I IImu",1 Ti)5. right file, .with ulierp in thispoclrlnn MI''- wan."k..11 .h....,...;10M1 ,....nn. In ,.I I"ngldly... ,,,.xtmlhe
until wnnl removed arm orM o r''"ht hind Ira 1I.1..IItk.| .h.nrio Never Sold _."....
+ n. nr nmalop' .ho ftoot to Dull.. it ot .t;efpM1t.' .,.eroderdndoIons: ..
I M bcinit aide.dr on iiidu sliKarer auould riao ilucp I 1 head letting its body Ihq oght Inwl tort ImuIJ bu All hoMJ. d
from the rare
PARASITE IS ll )lt1'Eb clown on w". "u'' fn mood. the ad.
FROM CUBA IN EFFORT) __ .od.1..rulouJ of lJtlhlwi kY wltglliiruyurauetowaN.IliioL'jln.' wmuk.:on UtClUo".hl t QUA Alp

10 CHECK CANE BORE nrnr..r 1'j #
r I Af late long rtrcke U taken lip bark ending, :::;;; ,.
Gainesville! 1"lu.--The old fi'.r* p's rlitlit <'af, brine your roast f.M,t lorwnrd cl"w .,.. :'.. The Ira I. kept
precept tptonhcrpV \back even with .1""hl".I'avlllll aiurp ': o.r.V ,It. flank II..nmr. draftht by pre?Inq" hit
'; to "fight fire with fire" Is lrbrgEat'n, : 1 and! wlthinir !liftl 111J(.hrrpmore tion : .. h, < 4. Now n.l..h"wn In 'Ietlln "' o. @
'" .#. i Iy r put hrVlnponthmforshen-1n
IC'rnhchebad.. 11.1pitture.., >untln 1".lIlon huv. '
| outride of .
; being revised by the Experiment 1"lIIh" rit'lit .iu of nhccpa, lu.idan 'Idytoahrar back to allow air.hind leg by moving test"
station to read right talc rf 'nick ,,lth .unk,'e running down to Now the heep Is finished note the unbroken right.1,!,.. herp tn be u'y' on It.
"fight with bl.I\OIIII..n.tr..k.can
I pest tlt..u""". As the neck f it boring horn move \bulb blanket nf woul and the smooth 'un from left' Idnd, "
)'l1rn it,.." \\'h"relItnhle parasites r lrrtl.rk,6ntoar I then tin ofnrrinthurt/ qpearum.ofthedsaep. No ridge, two ortnn'aoflhr foot. lu to dank, Afar +
etrpo" bolulimNhefiinriiily. ; "between legouudt .1 .. elldlnRUI eolrokrearetakrn
no gashes By /following
; or cat
are not to be found naturally In minnN /Into more ui>rlit) | i>c>*itlonajyuu tin nvtlioJ. fun in tstlntrukeeehoukl. '
on letf then curve duwn
bear youVatwell ,
lUc a4uwllr.
! the state, un effort i i- often made to a I way* get tho coding mar buck buno above /
,....h.. cud bow, Continue '
:\ I 4 tit
import them from somewhere else. trolcifl until. lest hind It n d
( 1 lie IK tuition' rf the Phi'rp ,Itn and Uiy! ,/MU, ...... t g 4' .
The latent parasite to be Imported .meuhut chittiftt-it.: Lt ft foot HfM?p In now In p"ltlnn Inc rer, 'n, J. C+
y I/a movrtl bract fr in the slier n .tie up nttkincl t. how, '? osew 4 +W' ? (
J in a fight''in"t, a pest I I" a paras'teof c'Y .1a t p L rlrr 1 I. r I :n np I Inf. 4.i y
r .. eq' \'rrInllr but l h'ft! !< B i I' still in titlon. y, + sew
< S.
na.h"n.IwrUrn fl. ..
\ tile' cane borer, which has been "a L M+ fool t on will ofboth In undrrthe\ ti!'; .!luip'tfnn nlKCt t Hlu i La I tllder+ amt.! a I;":::I IiI'.;.nlyv sum: ':th: tit'. wuh I.awnnhap'a rmlrl:Iw.. at y

, import from ('lIhu.J 9/a;.,,,_"" Right. /rod ?h...I. "I" ,u dt '11'h..lh'\ l he Her the Phprp 1 (aIn Sheer left u.m I +hc rixht.Js...natty, k,...y }Ilnle

J. I n. Watson, entomologist of .h..I. 4)*)k,>in.I1.kn!*"aa tn t .",sou hlt. (. s'li litly('lplth-KI l nnhtlop.11111' iI n I inn ponltionforslx l k.ft dL I,: With ir .hllllhlo" I rand'1'luII.bown, tnl'r rhn'uld.kr Irq'Wan,...'h.x waUh 4 :'..ba Mao rr,;."?.,nt n, .'I:;.I I.,:,:,,+i .e""I"on: / one hwk I

the Kxperiment[ :Station: snys! that, UuI.I..' nhifp'-i, n,;lit. sti.m,liter resting' ,1! *',t fnNOtil'. / bcoL""o Ina.1 l tr' n.. I\I'a' brndhtre'. ,nrknrounJ".1, u.! lea 1'o k"..,low, ae.n, ..
C on year l hit fi- 11 i I I"( 'H liiilitlv ont .h"t" H h d I t its. Je' >.u r has aril tit rd 1 uet w, 10 voile C Inm bml.re, 'n i, ,w ".,.11 dol't'". u. k
1.t. Cuban i lane growers me not troubled he lilt' with rig lit I.a., i th toot .ho'oe( Lfil I fi, I K B ni jv, and not 1II."d .h, c'p .srnkr: nirW.t," ::1" "I .n"F nl'C'. vhp'e.l1u o.errs. 1
i lame, I.tong li.r ehu fin hind! down) kttlootfon'ardnn.1wllh I", ....." hto'oln.llupln, :' : ":u'I' ::; :,:, :or ,'"i turideron\ ,
nearly so much with borers oahvp
as tit >rh to Hi-- Hum to put shnn 'In rluht foot nwiiitiHlif'p moreoround 'OJ t halo matt up.luht as'i f f' "oJ '., L .. / :,
j are Florida growers, and this is ,"' 'u..I".h.'JII".t nf side to the rinlit., ut the "" "u''on. All oo re In rtmkt+ uu II m, a-r..u 6 ltlaw...sJtdlamm:. : .J l
be-I end rokn beyond buckIx.nr time 0'
our or two wine Kiyinii the ehrop. Ih""M aJdorthnnld be wit he.l I.
lieved to be largely due to the presence with. lout atrokis the whole dti almofit Hqu.ireiy on It* ran t..WU .. ba,k. but not rrarums "l -0
i alloteecpbbJ.kuudta.4 hnti.akbintuft I furell'gpre....d entirely to bulk \bone each i.ou.wit .'
J I of a parasite which destroys downanulnst. Ita .1I..v. jour one. enditiN' with cuwb teeth L. D/I.'. _'.I..v... ,
the borer and keeps it in check. lr.l houMvi1.l tt arm and n.ht toot wt ''I down nn km. dw.tN. O
1 ttic ehreS ,
holding holy curved With the kit fora leg and
' Watson has Imported some of the \ aruund lift. Ion whkh titilitiiM Mu huuldvr _'luarid, ell" shearer In 1! .
onvhLcpa, |. it silk*.makini)' tt poMittlutoahtiir now r I parasites and will test them' out in I] .ldeuitblonu.I tri,< ?itomlifp, lion to dear lift mUa W iUuW \ w .; ... ,

'I 4 -. Rerlda in the hope that they will '- be to_nhouMor.liuin In thteolm\ half""'" ftlhul vliaOjC its tAe next i.tuu.i .

t become adapted to Florida condlJ 1'. t .Uwuivl. Lc iiMiUu,: 10 DMMUVA d* ,,' r "t..'

J 1 tions. I'I ....;.;, .0; C." 'II!...)
In case the parasite does become I --... "M"'lI"
t ,_ _._ _;.
adapted to Florida conditions, It.

should! aid greatly in the control of ;

. the borer in tho state. !i I A3teE1t

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t tomolcgUt of the State Plant Board

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1 believes that cucumber growers
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NOTICE NOTICE Ono-half acre In of paid said corporation to elect officer or appoint : urfaclntr. laying out. ..dln. and other- saul, n..r that dulv.r of the bonds can til lOiOO o'clock A. M. of June 1st. 1828 fl t

I Nn.h..t ern. Lots and tho fntlute of wire Improving the pub.lo .. of Bradford m.d. i and at that time """I..I. opened for th*
Circuit Court. Butt-th, Judicial Clrteult Section Thirty-all ( ). also} t.1 auont. owing it, r. b nf One Car.
In B. 6 and Wet half of Ma 7. 9. ii of Block 1, staid corporation to have wfthin tho Stateof County, Florida a. provided for tn I Certified eheek referred to above .I. lo I Ihi [Uireharte "
Bradford Cou..ty. .'lorlI.. In Chanfj. In Circuit Court. Eighth' Judicial Clreuit { Th* Hoard rpscrvre the rUitit to reject I
Three ( ). Also iota. One and Two and Florhtn an officer or agent whom the nd!, Special Act and In 'the call of. deposited as a nf ful eom- I fl
, ....". Brn ..
Eleven and Twtlvo of bo aorvod and It aid election by the nf Bond Trutii Pllnnciwith the In thn
of .
L. Crorn RIO Green.. In hor own I Went lot can I al'p"I.n" 1.ar .hmll.. B. S M \TTIIEW3.Chairman.. ,
I ,right and* *'. M. Grwn her huttband, I> 8 R. Johns Block Tour (d. said map or plat. that process cannot bo *- rvcil upon stililcorporations of Bradford (".nly. 'ln.II", \a1ldnt-, .,'.nt of aeeeptanee nf push bid and the I

next frlrnd. Ella) Minion In her Complnlnant.M Do aut>rnr t the bin of complaint filedIn for the 'an".v of nald. c.rpornttonH id and' confirmed I by ill-crop of saul, court, ralu. on the .part of the hlddi-r to ...n. C. A. FUTCH. I.
9 and
before the Seventh day oUrt ofttcrra ,*. on the 20th. ctity of April. A. Tl >. the dents thereof same shall h '
( ritcht and by J. M. Mmton )htri I 1 said canoe on or to .ptxilnt" ain't .0 lht :: : Secretary 44u1.et.5.211 .4lhltlEI
own .
l onti, out of ald rouvtnuniti N< cofisldercil llquldiiti'd '. and '
aj .
end owIng to the falluro of .nld.n. 1"2f I..ur lh
i husband and next frl.r.1. E..t..IIi: Htnfaon ] E.hvuril, N. nicldrrnon. ot al.. nf Juno. A. D. 102fl. otbirwtt the alleitatton "
tton to havo within' the Stnt nf( Flirt 'Ia \ t thi riorMn ..I.ln. It.tl rcta, .'hint, by tliu" Itiaul as lnmnipa nn
right and bv O.V Ittn- ; Pttfaniluntit., .
her eonfotmedNtrnlnat
In "WI ( i I'; of the hill will bo I.k.o a* .uih, I tbo f* "XtlklnR' Stare nrcoiiMt of Ihi,. nnn-prrformancc of tin' Pi III.ICATIONIn j,
laon hir huabii'.d and I nt friend ClifI Hill,, to It.-move: Cloud (Qulft Till and youtt nn officer f-r nr" ,-nt' nprn, whmn, I"" "'" 'r l.n".I { FOB

I ford Rahme, In her "'v. rl"h" by Oi Rclkf.Orilf 1 I. further ordi-ri'd that thIn! be can bo ."r nml, .thnt tbtr*' h no t."n \.1. for I 'h .Tudlrlnl, CImitt. t firms, of MtUI bltl. CMrnilt fmirt. Kluhth Judlelal ('I Irrult. I
hr husband, .'"e f ru'nd Other notc., tn .the ,. nf Fl..i-liln, .ti't.t.msiCd. nf n or Hi. .'tim'0. t it. .',ow rnito before the Hon.Tntlo Stint, ., MoniU, nri> to b* UHIIII! for tine pnr- 111 4 1I'laic'ry

[ W. Rnhme M. IMdht In her 11,1 own right r of service by plhl..U"n. noticeto publ"he .n.** \ ok r.r, Four .n.Ti'lo-cu, *ithpotmfitpnn t\hiirn, would,' blul. hplil' por- \. 7.l'Jn' Judo, of sail AHeff 11nulf rd County.
huiuiufti ktiiiwn soil unknown .. In the poratnp( ml It .,'. nr'iw' frnm th. S'n I I'f. In Rtm'ford' County. Florid, irrnlv hullilini, nail furnlNtilnr, nntni for llu us' ,
and n
''and b,01.. lloldht J It appearing from the allegations o praph a ".' ,Iy m-wmmpir" of generali'lerttiitti.n. Brndor worn Mil of u'nntant!. nrpt In ,tim". nt>o' <- critic (. ,I In tlip I ,nfunvald i .1.,"",. on tho I 1Mbd.v .r tin* "I'Lllille fc r "'h., ,,. v.itliln Hfllil, .,.. BlnrKe
lext I tlm, -worn bill of complaint in the I,', ""hl"h.d{ In that thr rrttdenoc, '. of 'tho *li.ft'n,lttii( tV,.n*. of May A n 1'Ott nt tin oVIoclc \. p'nl' I tnpchi.ol "1.I.h'l. IVlilI'.Hilinnl.s c

Complainant entice hat tho n".. rotttili, nee or place ofi'ui.ltut (
,1. .' of tin d.f..nlao'Kdward: N. Dick WIT tb. H.mornMo' Jtidro of I. n cnrnnrs'inn. Cal '. ;loV' "iml..a',,1 S"'mW'o. ,,1 I ." ..! tho-o. T1n'HFFOIIF. an- ,., II.in.I, l ln o'clock A. M June Tth, 1PJH, 11. I 11. I ll-iiii I l'"n. neil I "u M Ifuiritil' ion. 'I ,

Edward N. Dlcki-reon., et al.. cmnn. Chants N..h"I'. '.. Imrlrt It F lit Nth' ,Tudlcnl (I.ul Court ao G. ."i. .. Holly Wooftfl hi* wlfo, Tl-o FTorfdftITnt'fnnd t t., command nnd" rr<)"1. > 'U' .1 of at :1 office of the Rui'crintclidvnl; ; I uf : his wife. i iI L t

D.f..nd"nll NI.kl. n.-ftni N. ... RailroadCompany Alderman Clerk! th.- S.nor\ Oil VMM, and you and each of are hereby 1'tilille In.'r".I.n' of minI ..unly. lit IV fpiuliint" '
Cl u.l. Quiet Title and Olh.r Court at Stark. Bradford Count Flor- Companv, n .n".rl"n "m. TUI If lug nfflil lt MPIHlldiil to j jlb
PHI to l.mo.* a .".pora'Ion. The Florida Land i|, T ",",iiti-r, and, John required to appear before tho, 10no.ahl. Stark. F.rdn. said Itoard ..vlo. I KPIH'lirlim
Kchef. l.ln t thl lIme nth dny "f Mny .\. n 1 'r. bill filed in tiniilummuli, d cmtmle.hIutt
and Cutni's ny. ci>nwrmion.C 1 1120. .rl.ln t and t ltmlrrntl'ei Coin A. 7. \drilnJudKi of tho time rluhl, .J., any a.d all .. ,
""I"rlt"l I (.
of non-ice Iy, publ lent ton. notIce M. ."" Mary A. Hopkins hi.wlr. O W '>. .n.1. .'"hn T' Mar'tiyilam nt 'the Cnnntv' (.,.r IToiino In Rtartto' ii,. order thp mud Ituaril of rultllp In* It II llnmllt.ili ,,i.I I 1 'in V. ItsmU- -
l.pkln. nnv n I
O.d. and unknown difemlnnta.It Id hmiH amil I \ CUrk. i ....tO" time IRth .! .m of Drailford Counlv. Florliln.,' ton his *Airp. the tli'ft.n' 'liiuls, therein nnm ,
to ., II Jitneut. 1 P'0 !F 1 I 1. \ I M.rl--y .rtlnChlnlrr. IrDdo. County Fo..hl. .. ovI rlrllon or 1'lor-
.""on.n., from the altpiintloni of l 1..llnln .Inn' ** his wi f.. Wm. C. Tempi. ,1 I A. ft CHEWS, .T.Mo.kr Cain,Chfploy, RyKlnn Chlpln \. 1. 1021. .t o'clock A. M. 1 L W KICKI.IIT.Rrhalrman id t nre mm nnidt'nls of I Ihp dl are

the sworn of complnlnt, In tho nbnpCAUHO Wlllfnm C Tt-mplo. Slmnn J. T..t.h', KI Sotkltor for Complainant, B-7-Gt-M I hitfe| Junto T Rut ', | Me. ,, soul show .. any you hair. why maId\ of tho Hoard of Public Instrtratlnn Ida. and the resilience nf ilefendnnU 4 J

that the n"c. rioluliner, OP plnooof S. H Klrksfy .I"hl 'r R(..co. 1'cromo I, Tfno a Truntooa: for Tito: FI Rnllrond I I IComnnny Imnd, hnu1i| not bo "-uslttuiit'I nnd oonflrmoil. of Vlrai, ford County. t'lorlda. ,mid uneli of tin m an unknown and are

bu.tnen. of th* dcfi'nilnntji, I?Jw.rd N. J'arkh".t M. C. Webb Samuel C. Lnnc.T corpnrtlon Tobn, iII" Marker : ntbcrwtao' the al.NII.n. of the Mtiwf, II. It. ','IGtmlNSStyrniary. uM>r Iii> aue nf l Aintv-one ytnrsi: ,It laIhrrefiin I II
a ,
Dcker( on and Mary Cnrollne Ptrki-riion his T n. Mfl.<.nmr.>. .1. It. Karlr. J. J. C. TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT coil Thoma I Murkny ndntlt, t of ald notltlon *'111 bv '. .. .nor.,1 I Ii I onl.'n'il I thnt mid minrrsidentid -
wife Tho Florida Land and ImmltrratiunCompany Kdia' John C. Edfo. T. W. IMtta. ThomaS NOTE .. I bv en. ,,.' i loyki! I 5.7.tt..4NoTICE ,' IIP and an- t.-rriy. ,requlrpil to S
ORS of .Tohn r.
th. extnto Mirlcnr ifeoeaitodT .
1 In
a KMjnh! Root aol W I'ttts, Chnrlca R ''b..rm. UuMnh "I'n. ** -'I It I hi .r..1 l that this notIce IH pultlKhod iippinr to Ihn bill or implnint (11.-il
C"'lo.nlnn. '* Tl-ohrd T O ndvvlnmiii .
: tin- 14th
Jvnett Root I. A. IVrirunon \titt. C. J ni EliH \\>bb. Ivi.l.hns. 1'n.I"'n. one week for three consecutive 'iiid cause nn or lipfnrr Mondsy
T \
101"h. "n. Mnrtht hi. nfpnnd )
.bn. ut .1 ,,' \. I). I I''Ill. ilherwli, p the
Duncnn. Florida { l "" 1 Il. nitickwfld.T tf llvinv. or In lxforo, tho nM IMh dnv, of Mnv. A -- I mini itt
XotJoo !I. her by given that all creditor the said 1..h.1 Oonduln! minor ..t. In the Cnuit, flu and, For llradfi iiMi'imllnns! of said bill will lie taken astuif's'tu'gi
nt'on. Churls Tohn Smith. Mtirarot xUlnncc, sic unknown to comi'tainan. In the Bradford County f'I."I
a orp T.I"I""h.
,. .1 and all haw u'' !I. J.
d utrtbutt Oor.tnru
lipatMoa ponont "
Smih.011 Willlnrd. It living or nn.| that la no pcriMtn In the State' toe eliiimn air ,lr.Bt tho relate, of B. LRlnnchard. lit r n North.1.1. 'r..I.1 n'l 1 nbnnn'sI I \i".'Ittv, noun,..,per publtahi| In 5ttarki. *. nl (." 1".I.ln.In ('hnn..f. I liy! said ipf| ,uiilintsIt order hopulillshid
nte hit this
.1 1 11. i I. ruilhi'r
In unknown to com- of Flortdn. knnwn to cnmiilainnnt. the late of Bradford Countv. }'..hl.. and, .that the IVpni'll.Wt.OMOV. .
.x.ton. thr titan of Tfikrch, h
.alo' r I
'h. r.sld.-nrv wivk for rmir consi'CUiip -
arid thnt 1h in m rvtro whom would d..o. f rMt of nM b" onre ii
of rubllcntlon atb'nai
HI Miihpncna *
'prmon a upon to ..Iai".t. '4
n ouniy' are h..y 1UI.,1 p..cnt th' Portrtwfn' .nI 'lImit 'fn nn Int "lbl.h.1 ,,. T,,leuriAdi .
Ih..n In Ill -
the Stntt' of Florldn! known to cnmi'lninanlfl I Hn'l .the saul dvfrndanU. or either' of them claim duly ." to the un< n'.n '.I.h..n Invn prior, to th \" "u.'" I wi'iks
t ii ho f'nle of rinrlitit' tbo < nf aol,
the uprvlcf' of ._nbroina U"OI wh m nnd \\ F. NivkK nf r.OOt HH Anuc, signed within .one.year .from dte or tb" *n r\tpi a .las of Miv \ Tt IMH.WITNFSS It nl'NI'10P. W W. n n..is ai'ar'Cr iiuhli>hnl tn saul ona aly i ir
wbnm.1. 'nd nth |tef
would bind the naUI ilffcndnntji vor either West Philndrlphia., RtnUcif iVnnprKanlaatiil nntlcei will bo In br thereto and mlHron "n upon my hand nnd offIcial seal l Mi.l.l"1Mma: : I. 111., ", ",' O. I r and Stt,'. I

of them, toil 'Ihnt it \I. b"1iid by com 'ha It IH 1.1.1 by rumplninant, | Indi, "' h.1 0 *aul estate. are ritilrit ,,.tirN, and thnt tt I I. 1.11.\.1' Vv the I If 'ibis 20th dnv of April. ". n lullS.\ at.1Sla.k. I l.a",.. ..IMm t' Mi-l, .. .'. Ruslp Mcl.pniure. Him, Mny lOlh, lullS '5

ptalnantti that tin. nnmrd d..r'n.lao''. nnIntorttttid that named Interested tn pny their said dcbu to pad .n..n..n' that the nld nnm..1 de'pnd- .. FI..Ilo., A. I I' FI.'. nnd her hnstiandI I O W. AIt>KRMNSKI
,iMl" o renldrTtop and neon ar tin1 I C Fdie. ". ,. ': I.> i h rk Irrull C..irll
.10. n.ilioris' nail her
in tho ]ir''p<'rty lot ulvrul, fn thluit In tho ;prvipi-rty, Involved In thin unit and mlnl..a.I.' forthwith. o \r.nrnM\v "
nnd,! enmi,lainnnt* allittro, thnt theydo nmiplnlnant, allege. thnt' he does nut know, nth dav nf March. 102*. 1 t-.twtt ,, onmnTntnnmr' .. ,,-.\ a* the doi, i Ifunilnst i (h..1 of the CIroult ('n..t, for. lituihnud, rimrU", Rnltprts. Natiryriiomas. \ C A, KNIGHT

not know, ntnl, hy diilvrnt .pi rch nnd and,) by dlllirpnt ncnrch, find, int.tilry hat Tl. MRS n. L. nt.Avcnxnn Ia.JI9t1.1. i n..1 Cnti.1v I minor' .r* (SRAM' llrn.Ifor.l County, FlorUh. Charlpy Thumns and 1..1| I Il.-imly Cli rk.

of 11..1 rrnnrrl\ !1".1 .IM t trntt. 'rh..,.... If il,,,, lie Ils los nnd If EV.V KVNHi'llrlliir
inquiry hut'1 n, IM-'n fiMp to nncrrtnn! rot .'.0 able to a.ict-rtftln whether any Admlnl.trtr I ('l.al of the Circuit C"r nnv .
whethw1->. br ''he Miiiil ulutonuinntiu.) whose( tho d fondant. .hnie ago, r.'siulencetic I .. MTiil that comrlnlnnnt' tIne!. nit 'tunn'nail County, Tloridn.,' Irn.l.r.,1 .2 :he dead I thp: i>f siirh us' IIP ffiNd.Ill for ('.ilnl'lnliiiinl B-U-tH-n-Il.
hn. not boon shIn tn **.. .n'n hitheri '1 .t.6.1. I : :tinlmnun 1 it. dinlspfS: le.irntrrs !
auo, n< t-u' pi'"** of luaiiue.ts IB allotce place of liiwinoaii In allowed nn un1 | .
(( ',' >f 1. til, known tl'fenlnnts rf, I jnlt .
m r 1 n1 ,
<1 m"> "nh on M duati or nti\i'. or In 1,nov\n it* 'd ito-I' or alive' or (in exlHtance j NOTICE I I nr o..lun,. nl,1 nil iiersnnsknnwn

exfnt/ino* int I nn l i it* 01.,1 In the or not.: and it \i is alleged In the worn bill i| I ', other than n.b.I( Cnmlwln 1'i, NOTICE TO C'O'. or unknown ha\lnu nr rlnlmInn ,

worn bH) "f r<"mp'nl'nt' .. h,'Itovr .r complaint that ho ltt'lietst" thiro are pt'r.'unn. In 'h. (1..0, ,'"r' F.ipnth .Indicia! minorTherefore' TR.TOJI I "'' i I.".'"'ni, In and In ti,,< wholerr I yst) ru-ic siP AI'Pl I.kTh'f't' roll TAX .

th.r are "..on.. f.m. and enrporntlons.Interejttfd firm and rporatlotiii Inton-fttod 'in Clreult 1.1 County FI."ta. In I .. It t I. nr,ferrd t thnt thu inM'. <*rnti.d bid will I. roeoKnt I,. thePonrd n", \imrl nf i Hip fnll.iv HIV, di,'.rrlln dI I I lliKI: I'M'KIt tuI' (' noV 571 t>rTHR

'Hi t; .the .. pn i. rl>. i""I.1 i h. tho paId proporty tnvolvod In this stilt. ChaneiryW hnwn .ndDn. who .. hr nrut.r.named nf T'ond, TruMoo of Tlindford, Corn.I I met ,if Innil, I tn-nlt TI,,> I Fnut half, I .
In If 1M'Unnd' 1 I.PNrRM
opine tf II.l?
ttiia nlt. hft. riftTiii ittftri or P. Ollroath' \ Mar's I rinrntn nelnr f 11., Soul,i I IMVI, at| iiunitir., and, amber ,
of hiwim' in unknown.I''nc.to homo nittn place complnitmnU h unknown and ( .mpTninnntnvw "ft |il( and ,thnt tlrno opmed .n I Nn.
nnti In "old "lull rolfif 1 I. cl".I.ln"nl. "no nnmnf di'fnrttntfi' "f.nniul "nbl.l. li'iiiliuft, uiinrlir', nil In tiellnn 14IWnshln 'I rU'ht imrchii, i r of 1'nCiltlflcnle
pruyutiagainst for tlio I, ,.
I'nitHfrttTtlnti .,1 In
In unit! bill relief la aiiainxt such
prnvrd ,
"opj,")f otherwise. 0..1! tntt n1'' <.r1. r.l.wh.. 5. Itanui10, 21 II. dnted, Sun :tri dnv nf July, A. P.. (
nuoh known anti unknown di. R"lh. *>l
Florida and aCu.rioratttifl. rtrndford I
known and,' unknown ,lt'f'ntlatts! i Imml..lo. I'm.an, County lii'.lr?. has filed, snld Hiflrntp In of S
tebpm.oe-ep my
l'vr"no. that HP
I irn- mav in.oep.tn.I nml I ''h, Northwisl,
or are
; : I II '. nf thpNnrilHast
tentiitnt5. perut000, firms rind eorpnmtlonn. firmami! ('onmrnHon* ( et nl I i i l"n,1 N. 4*. I..k. to Clnv' Countv 'mien. mail. nliKlii'iilInn fur ins deeilto 11I 41, P
In pr ppHv insol.pd I. t1i'uff '" quarter nnd the fire and has '

THEREFORE It la ordi red, that all p.. THERErORE It I. ordoni that all per1sonn Do.n.l"n. Title. i .......*. a* fo1f"tivipi| .- nab? Itr-ln. I t.( I Pok That, > mltoa. nunrli' of the N'lrthu'ciit qtiarlpr.Northeast' ....- I lisuo In ncconliinco, th Inw. Hnld, eer "Idi
lonirth 7
soon, firrnn nnd < "n>niMmiiH numtd In thin I I Hill Quiet t. .,, \.n.ln".I. 1 t i lOcate cmlirnci's i tinfollo lt> divrnhiHlliropiTty ,
firm nnd, corporiiticnH, nnmoil In thIs nr. 'n. rmtnfv Tlrt Mn t" I lot ?'l, Tnwnshln", "" ''h. TUlnire 20 ir I
Tt by the .wi rn bill of complnlnt .I. The total q'tantitIi'ir the, (temit on f
If In xintnnco,' If dfaJ. ,
notice lUtnK or tioficf If hung or in eulstsnre' or if dealor i n"1".rln. I T'e Went KnTf r ,h.. pr-* ? n"--i' .. eli,uutl 'ii I In Ilinilftinl, County.Plnilda. ,
In ,11above, canne. camunt.hut which prnpnunU are d..1 are apprnximoy P.ouITi
not In exiittancitfirn hI., her theiror not (In tvimniicttliin. his., h<... their orI rl..d elntid, from .bl.I. .to I Iuuthi.t ". ffrotlnn .4 and, fho ,* vntf r,' tin.C.ithn..t I | :t fpndiintaOrder I to-wit : itI
di lieon. Irgatcos. ( one remove an
Its h.I. \ urnntceit.feticccmioni I IU hclr dt>\ iM4>< ,. mio-i nunrtor of rrlnr tti5* all in'I'uovnali 1 f"ln. fi Pshllrsllnit. nf Rpr.lre 7 1-2 Arris I In, KIIHI hnlf, i.f Northwestnunrlir
anti) nspmTs. anti l In all : :" I <| thn lute of the enmplnlnnnU to tireloomis Hoed ..rr..ln., trinln eement .. J
tM-rtoii tniillii, I lens North
I It of act ipinrlir
n not-B ami in"t ; bill ofcomrlnlnl "I is tttb wt .. .h..., .nn.\\ Hill to Itenint. Clnild,
the naphaltte
: in Yn.r "n" nnphaM
ilWenbrd [
( ; that ,
frnm! and ruti-ins, hating or clnim- ,1,1 "n""I. '
corpr ,
log into -< >.t In nn't to those certain' t f.rnmiml I roe '. | that' 'the Sheriff of 1.0o11. i iPonntv I tnInlag' tan stt.rp .. lea. hi. su.ll.cv (.mm Mncadnm and. urfttce Treatment oTtnelt It npiipnrlnafrom, t 11.i it.\ 'ru. l till nf rum I ? acri-s Hi tlitn I I', l'o\ onilii> | II. '
any J
log any Inl riot In nnd! to tine! .'nlo rlnrHn! ho mndt. return j joiimmnnn berth flee ronnlreil 'n ..ni'..to ti 1"M" Paso nnd 9 In. Rook "bane onty> 94,700 I llnlnl, I fllid hi'n-tn i Ihp I rnmiiliilnnnlI1 IfniiMiV' Kant fl ,ncrpsIhn .I .
of land and in
lots pnrcelB lying being
or h in 1pn I nf u..smnlnitt' tn I snid Innil lii'ini., ,iiMMiMi.i'd at i his
land and li.n
tH or Io.c'I. of Iln. bln. In rhnnrrrv duly Imtird ,aileloise 1.1 nit oiu. n ". Miptnre' ysris.Concrete i-o Hint (hire t. n |n,",mnn or |n'rsnnsInlerivli'd
Bradford count}'. State of Florida; known ( ilnto of I Iho IHIUIIIIICP, of mirh ,cprtifii'nt ', ,
,"ny, State In b.-Pore tindsv the p *"n. n.o.f Curb and, 5,500 |Input In .Iho |irnirrty| lnvil\ci| In this
I thai' < wummnmi c II. i iii '
a,0 described nn : n ltd lct* tb-d th. .1.1 .\ nt ,r.'I.. the n"'" ."nrT, of ..M ,1'M I r..r. MIil oil i,,.. num.nn.l. |.Inpi "r n l'leneinr > In Hip urn,,it. of ,lohn, CulMr,. llnless saulinllfuatp
A f.low.1'MI br *rd .
The East. I Illr .f "Urn, 1.I.hw.t. n"n'r ccrlnln' In the Eaat un".u.1 nnd cannot < I.' I lt hr tntren a* "nf.,1! feet. ,. mink ..,;-ft In the Cimi<1niimnlAnd r I ,,li.II, I IK i-"l"iii.l lu-i'onlinu i to)
and the Ernt 'i.uarU Southw"I 1 enl I 1'1"11"1 Lund' & Imm.tl.n! I"ml'ony.' n Fxenmtlnn KOOO cnblr ynnln, 4ClnR Inw, iris ,deed, will IHMIIP thereon tin the I lilt I
hnlf: of Southwest quartor of flue Southi .. Tt t I. further oMfroft tit' 'M* nMrI .- I : I fit rtii'r. ntirunrinu., ll'nt nlnresnf
nun ritz' ., !Pill.!<)
rt lout In t
I fn complaint .
((2fl and the Nurthwiwt .
iiiHirter YaMa
KouthiiiRt' pinrtcr. of Section TI''nl..r"U'1, i 1,1 elect nf. 'i "lvo wo .h I ,, tho Tmi"V r. .tv ".1. t tnetnforelnir nrp iinUnown and il hi'In,* "ravtdnt'aiiiol Wltni'sa' my ofriclul Hiyiiature and
of Northtftst' qnttrti'r of Suction Thlrt>- 't'Jtf 'r..n.hlp S. ((7i.' South lUnuoTwontyono .. .r ,11 erirptirnttnn, to "'.5nb n PilMlhol Iti.Bindfnrd, 111' llofl-flHOft "nln", ". i'f i Hie I, defi-iidanli' thnnii namml this the I Illh itny of Msv A. P uii5. ,
flve ((35,. All in Township Six ((61.) HotilhaRnnuo .. ricrm nr npimint ","nb. and owing to the I 1 n..nnp. "ntrh Tn.tnn I Cnrnpfoto' with cover I ICnnrntf "I II W AlfiKKMAV
(1211 Ka t. > l on the rrnf 7'1nrtdsO'vteeed f n4 ai .tuna* unnnmed, nnd' uriUttown,' ac I II
lund,1 within, .
Twtnty-1\\o 2tt! Fiwt containing1o I I t.t by londH formerly o".d l.innht'Witlians. fniluri nf nalfl .n..1oo haM' I I ,' fhln the nth log of Mnv \ Pip., 400 |li-ni. foot. 1ft In.h..J I' .n.lol.1 to 1 _. nnd, .tin ""' 'hnv-, (,KKM.l t''". Ircuit Court.llnulfor 1
of fleer ncrrntupon "I.lol".n'
1 lusts. tin state' of .
an In d
acres more or Fln.I.ln Hmt.r ,, ,! ( i riorldnlly
d ,
on the North by land own 1 ?a. m.nlr of t Ihe Clrrlt, i>f mild, f'mirt
Do the bill of complaint filed j whom pmritiet eon be .. ,1: and It I Inppenrinir I 1 Cnneri-te l Iipii 2BO tlm, nl '
foot 1
Rirprur 1 5'. A. KNII.Iir
t I hy M. FuKhtnzii .,0 Company ore timSiuth i ho I Ittpitn | A V TOVOI In.h. thai' oidpr, nf ,iiulillrntlon le innde I as I In I I'
In said .. on or b<>foro tho St'vtnth j that proconn cnnn,t iirrwd In ,diamet n-11 i.nl.i.II. / IHimtv I'lira. I -
c. aol
by owned by H. II TInll. I : iviimri'd! hv lamer,
dny of June. A. I D I I'-l' other, wine thiallt'KntlonB 1.,0 nid, corporntlon fnr the fniltiro of |I f Tiidt'O Coner tn TMpe100, ttneaf, f....', 'Inehm I II l
the Went land owned by K. Myers.cttittininut 2 IT II TIIKIIKWIKK
on by v I { onnp|. Thai'
of the will bv taken an eon 1. cnrporntlon to elect officer or an .Tn"o. !fn .Iinm't'r ,
\1 Twenty acres more or less. .1. I "', ,''to. for Comrln'nnnt g.'it.ctJn1.icp nliiiniin II K.infrne W. W Ki'Ili'y., KvIliui --- -
tim nf ,
(fnilnr '
filmed aureole nnd nwlnw tn Ml i cite!< tn ,chine (In nceordnnre with a..
.al".t Mao tho WtHt half uf the South. west'ittint Sinhli.i .
It IB rlrh. r .1..1..1 that thin notice( said,' rnrporntIon to hunt. ulthln the State I .-' -- = t',.t< plnnn art,! h.'r".I.n., .n".1 prn I Ivtnlnnii 11".1 10'" Jnlm l lMrlmion ii .
uf the of See.kin BTATF.MWNrMonthly
< r t Southtniit qnurtor I i.n. A I1 limIi.nnii llrllkH HSAMIAI.
k pubtiBhrd wok for Knur confctitiic nf Flnrldn an offlerr HIM nt whom. > unrein) pnnvi-.n'ms. .1' .
.> once a IIon "
i Twentyfour ((21)). Township S< \<'n II i I ire himliiiitd, ,. .1, rMli Vnvi/le ItolitrtM rVNl) .
weeks tin> County nerved nod that' there fn ) propoNal, sid eontrnet of.I'r.l.n'l
in tmrflincan |
1.100.1 I(7))I. South Ttanuo Twonty-on <1211.> Enxt. fn Clreu'tCourt.' Hm general in the Pinto of the norlr 110' | '..
leloeraiuh. ufdtly j
n rn
a p..on FI".Iln financial ntatempnt of Bradford
1 Alco at the Smuthnat corner ""n Clmi'nperv. Tl 1"omns I'liarlpv Thinnns, s nil, I'leIhcniBA. ,.
circulation pitbliBhiM In Htnrke. 1 br.lnnln. \' <. of n fitibpnrnn upon whom would bind | Fneh bid' mst bo nrenmpnnlo' l |
tv a eer
Ur.Mor if Countv lor too ,inoiiili, nT Aiirll. Itf ff.tivneral .
rtf \ flenI I llir
.r qimrtor quarter, I Ii Iu sro nr If thiy -
SOlthw. S".lhp".t : anill
COln'y. Fiorida.WITPSq nid, cnrpnrntion" : nnd "It .I." nr-pinrlnir | ,f d cheek nn n In Tirm'ford' Conn, II Fundsllnl '
i of Boctton Twenty ((20)). Township I..nl I. aiiv and till i, I'tniinlntr\ noun
| r.mn.i
the Trnnorahlc Jutigis of the S'v.n' frnm .lh.. Hwnrn bill nf mmitlnlnt In the I Iiii I 'nmptnitsnt male unvHblo. t,, S Mtilthewt. h.I.I I April I HUH lilt 41
) .7S""lh\ flange ((2'J F ( l li' nr Ilirouult, Ihint ltht'r of Hunt. -- -
Judicial, Court. also G.W TW"Ily."v. 11" ,. lint the .1,1, ,.tie,< nf tbo do, ; mitt. rtnnr.l of "'" TniHt. five ..
Eighth an uuuu.i tt I 'u f. l(4'cplits( diirlnu, month .. I47nlliWnrriints e p
"lrcll run North ORG 1 Went hut Y t"omn.utin liliriMl" ii-, tmad, | |In | |, .al'j, | -
'In.1 feet n nf
AliWnmn ('!, (lit.. aval of thus' Eolith 6AO i EaHt illS'!' feit ft, ndnntt. ''h..ln corn* ,l tt.v'lt Vlnridn' pflt'f..n'uin'a pen cent nf ii,. amount bid HB .vl..n. >1" rrihid, .as follows 111. Issuiil, iliirnm tnnnlll .. 114071lllll '

Court In S'lirl r 1..lf".1 County. I'lor- ninii. f-ot. t b.ln. inr! 'Tm.Vri.ttfin "nrnpanv a rornora- ". to '. and :, of .innd faith' nnd a. u 1 iriinrnnt<*e tlmt If I i inwardoil Th. Ki.st: nf I Ih,. B,"ui' I Mny I l ll'I'tl 81)11.) 01
nrmnro quarter
A I Did' o.l.t T 1".1.I the rnntrarf flic ,Md'tor "I 'h..1 I
Ida, tub ttur.tli ) > 1'US: Flwn.,1 N. r."n Mary > eve' Fin anil Fnrfvltttre fund a
0" G. W ALIiERMNSF.AT.1 Ale, North hnlf of the Northeast quarter I"n..rim hn w.f. .II.k. n"r. I). I 1.r.IiIo I Tn. Vnnwn nn-?. .n'.n.. .". f'ndn'-. "iie thr oontrnrt' af-d wl\n '.. ,.1. r.I II II tinRiiiilh nt-i.:,::I >!;;.vi ,:mi-, ; nn 'H ::n 'Hi,": W,'ill side of nnl April I. HUH 19n .7Kicilpts 0
nnl .
ii'iiiil.' nil nf it. iin
1 nf Section ( Townthlp i I i nbnvo .v.1, rn t fo ft T nirn, Pi. qnirodT'u. i't II
( ) CI..k. Tw.'vno21. I *pnor Tip pnnr h ", I diicltiK, month .. 2211.at

A. S. CltliWS.SolicItor ,,1o'rn ((7I>. S"ul. Rn". Twinty-ttvo ((22)) I. .. and b..I.!O. Ilollnnd. are nil I '",.T"m.P "Tinmu'snn>. Tnurn, hpr.hil"hnp'Ti Thnm'nn ntI, ? On,.B r'trht' in na-served to rejort an. ..5,1I ,' 'I II Ii.", .I.hh.. VnnhuiHl,, II., r Smith nunrliT,', Knilice uf I'h.10! iunl Northenntiiuiirlcr : nnd,," Wnrriints, Issuid ,ii, ring n nOt in _-- 4IMI.U4lllll.

for C"m.ln.nl., 5-7-51-6-4 I rcot.Aho .nknwn., n..1 that there l I. n- prison In Omth T B "''nln. I 1.1 little and N.tin. riot qnartpr' if tin. t tNnrlhui'st May I I. HUH 2176*
1 Ih Northwont quartor of tho North.MTU the Slate of" FInrMa' the ior\loe nf uh- In..f'nn,1 nn B Cn Ilnn. .n.1 .'.elf Ion* lrann be a.n'' Hosd Fund
'' n..n and *o" ". ('.n".lm.( r Can offleo nf the I II iimh-r| nf Si'itlun :'I. T".ni i|1
n.orb'| r of SectIon Tw.nl.t" 1221 ilMn| wbnm ,0,1.1, bind said di'"- ,10' Inln'v "n.ln. and Iliml.) April I.1 III2II 4lKpcpipla ( /.<
"'n ,n-t t B ship, 0 R"th. lluirutI'Ii. I'asl: ,illiisle.Ivlni' ,
rntnllnit' A CrnO.ptin1l ',
NOTICB copli nf the .
Township Suxrn ( ) South Range Twn- ndnntH, and flint It I I. hi1tod hv the n"nl'n..1 .plnnn may nhlnlned from I Iiho inonlhViirriinta .
I I' ty.twn ((22)) ni.7. \I II I I romplninanla;; I th.nt' the until. l nnm<<:d defendant ', ..i r.o.1 I tf .Mt.. an.l tf ,1 I..,n,1 I I i: : secretary, nf 'hi. lionrd fir 51 pi r I I UM|',. IIP,uri,, ..Ihpy In. Mrndfiiril In .. r-.mnlv, }'! I \ iMautil duriim -month--, -.. U

Circuit; Uradford County. Florida \ fhntr ', HIM teens Trirnt<'f* ("ort li'.j of In.1 n. r* hv nrdiTtd I.. ,
In the
Nnrelflentlnn-i t ti
.Col.l. ( mnv Kill, hIllS 407.44)Outsandlna
am'-i nnin "on. I. May I.
1 Do appear to the bill of complaint flied wh" .1I..n .n,1 .. and all h.ln" from i 1" ir In lh. lllll nf Ciminlnlnl f ,1.-.I! In '"r.'I'I
In Chancery. .nt. nr VMj the
flown tn complainant" n"> Inlrrcntotl. In "n.I. I I i .1.1 nocrotary of the boant i Indebtedness
t In nll .. boforo the Seventh I Idny I ** elltm tn have anv .),.ht title 1 ) I i .nl'"* nn nr lit". i'h. Hpventlt nay -
I. M. TruBy. ''U' on or i, 'the pmrrrrtv Inv olvml >in tItle volt and 'ihnt j orn O pt'reet. .timv. I I'lJII. ire Itsl April I I. MUD) 20.11 ,
Complainant of Juno A. P. 1021 otherwise, the ,I om.I"lnanl. dona Mot know and bus not.been j t.t ., .tnto In Ino to thn followlnt' F. 8. M\TnfFW | [ r i HIIIIII* h'h.. ," Kiilp I llsyilhirwlHw Ib'Cplpts tim rirug month ... 'I .
of thp
I nllfiratlonfl of the will be taken ,, "' (* '' tnnrl*. n. I 11. ol"nI." Hill nfri'mpliilnl
VB j i Chairman i
Bald li luii-ni ..
bi n nble aiicertntn whether an/ nf I ; nti'nls ilurinu luunlh I ,
II .
C..o Andrew n.l. et aJ. I confoiiiiod against knnwn are dind or alive.Therpfnre I All ; BTnpttn what I I. Tcnown aol 1 1I C. A. MTTTIf.Roentanr ns pnnfisut'd, I liytin1 I lint May I I. In'il SH.11Whlojs I .
It la that tht, notice I .r.no"nl. I tn fh. BrcnM nf | .rl"M ilffrndnnt, and inrh of (Ib"n. I II
Do'nd"n. f.rh. or..1 It la ".lr..1 that the ad( ,,"I. l.nl. I d-2f.flt-lt-21 ,.. Pension
Suit to Quiet Tllle and Remove Cloud. bo p"hl.h.d! .. w.k for Four eon- known ",.r.ndonl. who arr heretofore named '' frtrrl PfinntV <*'.,, Ftorttfl fl,* T. .. I I. ordpr r.I I,. ordprcd onrp Hint earl a, wppli r..y| f.rfrmu ofI I Itnl April I. 1UJH .._ ... 73JB ".
w.k. In this PradforH CountyTilewraph .ton.Trni'e Cnmnany'd>tltfnn' tn the 1."loh.1 Ktriii'tM duriiiir, inotith ] 16.3$
defendnnta .. In thin oroVr. I If Hvlnir and if doad all I I 0
To the known am! unknown j ., a weekly newspaper of general pnrtloB ctnlrnlnir interest snmtu'r) the said I Town o' tnrto. Ftorlffn, n' tho sam" ..n.I I NOTICE r .ul"'Ollv. .. .In t thp IroM..1 Wnrnnfs Iriuitpit tiriri rig ntnnth, ...
the Floe.ida ,
In the above .t"lo eauae. to-wlt circulation publlahrd at Starke. Bradford I known and named dffenilnnta' .. dnceftHed | pour* of r,..n.o In ",'"d Honk 10 P.,. R' ",'. 1.h.. n newsimpi-r, .-. nf "' n'r.! I'nl Mnv I lir'il SI 8.41
Land Immio.aton Company" a .fo..n" of tho Tlronrrl Advertisement cirrumlnt | || | | In Ihe Cntinly, of
fount' v. Florida. of Deeds In *nd for Brmt- Relating te I o t r "I".h".1 Agriculture Fund
corporation. If In "' .n. and If not Inexistsnre. of th or nthprwne.! .n.' that nil personawhrnenev'r ford' Tn Whom U llrniirnrd., .r "riiiriiln, nrl'.r .ti I il.. -
WITESS tho "oo..hl. Judge 1h.t maY are Inl..t.1In l I County, FlnrMttI May C"n..n'i Nnliee' I Is, l.I"j I" I I llnl \.rll| i I. I IllS fKlfKirilplH -
l its unknown Imal r..ttrosenta- Jldl.lnl Circuit also G. W. Atlirmnn. .. I (Creotlnv hv r.l\i.n that Fire Pnllpl, Vn i alinve dnlp' .limp Till. I I1I"IVMIniss I .l.irliiir, month I III MWnrrnntM
the Involved In thin ult d .
ti,... ...I"n.! .1... .... ilevisees and. CU-rk and the aral of thla Court nrribed pm..r.follnwn and helnir In Tlrnd- Von anti ooh nf corn fire hor*hy ronntreil I IA5nn In.h'v., of tIre Colonial Tim my hand. nml t HIP ...1 nf I HIP, rnii-tl ilui-inir, nmnth IU.7B
grantees : Gerard E. Wlndt and wife Mar.Raret aa 1.ln. I .lori rltp snlil fnurl In tin, City of llarlii' *. riii.lv, I
tn .
at Ktnrko.' Br..d county Florida, ford Flnrldn, to-wlt hpar- .n.n. I..fn. th" .Tuhet. of fhr Hrnnrh nf Nallnnal 11. Iliillillnil Fund

Wind. Jamo. Walter Siltrand the 6th day A. D. 192ftG. The Inunfy.. half of RMithi-nwt:' ntinrtfr' ">fKor1hwfi.it 111.." Court nf al Tti'MelnT rtrcnM ro nf ITsrtfnnl rpqnlrlnr for itt InM.I., Hlllli' "if 1..1., .. th. Bill MillIHI I nun .- f.M
Hall. ,
Crocus | ilny A.
wlfu W. ALDERMAN quarter and Fact half nf ffo 'ithvrt [ 1n.Mn. In and far BrnTford Cnnntv. I li" the rniintirslirnaturn of duly' v.'I'j .r l I. I! R. I rpiptn ilurinu nionlh .....

Moses 1'erst and ...>h St..n. copartners f North went qtlurl..r all *n 1 I on Mrt'Mnv the Seventh tine nf Juno A P I !...d| nn l liri-nipd nirptit, have boon f! W, Al.nrilMlN I I lilnlim ? 111,-,ntii I, .lurlnu, month ._

t.odlnt 0" M Prot' unknown A Company.heirs. ] A. S. CREWS. Section.. 10. Township ft. South Tlnn-e 0' 1*" a. nf tf*. "nn. hmte, In the Tf-wn ., Store 'h.... pnllplrs lannt been ._.,.. 11P11.t ..rli, of i Ihp rirrult (' j Iliil MIIV I I ll"'l' ') 7.M
and If d..n", the. { Solicitor Complainant. 5-7-5t-8-4. **'arke, ,, Iv rnimtorslirnril siroiinlrfl forni ''II.r uii26.PRAPS'ORD .
.Iv. answer a sworn bill I I..IP.I or I May I.
Fn.t. I
.... legatees or "..ant. ; Charles | for mnl.lnl"" dD .mn. n. I. .I 1 of complaint: n'hl atrnlnnt fn th. _r any "r..mhl.. nttn't-lvei th'rernier, hy .1 ( i-ori'Kl.l.; COUNTY.

F. Pace Edward I /A. I'aoe. Bessie: l'aee.Momie .I and thov honby are rcnufrod t.. ..,..". hove named f b the 'you A 1 ,thin ('nn"nv., tiny he v.I..I., antI <-li"I.lu. fur'. t''IIlal.,1, R.7-nt-fl-1. |I I PA-IK: OF rl.OltlDA.
heirs, dovlaees. NOTICETn 'tn the bill of ComplaInt filnd In ald rniiiteon .n. .m"lnn' wi
Pace nnd the snknown I |
before the Tth nay of J Bont.. to remove .In.,1 and quti't, title In I, \nlil In 'hanoi I whomsoever they |I I beri-hy certify thai the foriculnir, Hlat- i
legatees or irrantuee or Gi-onre i or M.nda moA 1 tony 1I and plnlm # mi'lit of time ICpeelpla and Warrants
I thpnhnve rfrvrlhd' Inn if. aiiv lhers'rni.r wnnli i** I II
Pace, deceased, all of whom are heirs nt Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial, CI.I I D 1121 ntherwldff the alN'ttatlonti of I The Pmdford Cn,nty' totrrtph weok- I hi and frsdulnnt, Tf fnimit they II II I TKAINKffortlvo' ; RCIJ'JJ: I suid aualnst the funds of Itradforil County '

law of Gorire E Pace, deceased and all cuit Rrndfnrd County. Florida. In Chancery. ald 11 will be taken .. confiBrdTf 1 Iv newtinrr rmhHihf'1 .tn Ohm Town. of I ilimiM, hp r.lurn.-l, Sm, the 4oiithnrn ffIpp ': | f,-r iiioi,.ill of Muri'h, tICS, Is true and I

parties having ,, .lallln. to have any I l t.rh. 0.1.,1 that thin n.I.r lierstdIisheul 1 I "'tnrlto, Rrn'Ifnrd County. FlorMn t I. herebyle'is'utei nf the Company al rntumhla, Sonlh r.rn.j correct to th,* bisil of my knowlidu and -
or rotato inani ." Fnraytho.' j once a week for four ron-o- I In In,f.i .
right title Inl..t. .h. .hn a. the In which this j linn No claim of any nature plm.'n..' i n. m., Sunil.tv" -
tlve weeks In the Bradford Coiinty Ti'I'' n..nr. 12.0
South half of quarternd I Complainant. 'o hn tanet i O. W. ALDERMAN!
to the N.rhw..t th-m will he iwnifnlreithv
pft'ce unrin
I ho fur
Northwest <101... of Northeast iiuar- I vaWllllnm I' irrnph. newspaper puhllnhed In BrAdfor-l, I the .h,1 ,11.1.0 fur rnn ecu- Ihe Iom"nn. The nuhlln, will, I 5Itv 2ml. 1I1 TrnlnH: will run iis Clark of ths Circuit Court.Bradford .

ter of Section hR. ".ltlii 6 Nul h. Range A. Amlrow ot ala, ]I Count Florida.Ordered WITVFS...' .ti iVi' ,, Mcrnriflnvly' 11. : County.Hy .
121)) more or I Ilees Pffondantfl. thla tho Sib' day n,* Mny. A. T>. I TTnnnmMi. A 7 titian 1. (1J0WH c. A. KNiuirr. u. u.I .
and containing I i
22 E.t I i uitmi A. V. T< .1,,,,Ire,.. n** nl.n O W Finn tNOTWRTFRI t. ,T.irInonvillc' to Tampa ,h.."
nail, being In Bradford phi!! to Remove Cloud, Quiet Title' and Rennet "
lying 0.Rl.f t" I 1 AMcrmnn' Cli-rfc, anti tho *rnl of thl nf National! In''Dn. r.. ., I I
.. k. V. .n.r Slit ritu' I 11.11 I
county. State of Florida.Greetinass I.Ot ,.. tn the city of Ila.k... FI".II., this I "arr".d. Ily fl'IIFUI llRlirK! A ( ,i iI p. m I Itriiilfiitnn---Tin', Itiiuli'iitun Yacht
Onlnr of Si'rvlc notice I ,
p.hl.nt.n. of i fVnprnl A No. 3 situ'Stnrkt |
Mny. I lo
1 : Titmpn
M. buNS. 1921. Jal<.nnvil
You and each of you are hereby the required to known apponrlntr, and .nknown from tho allegations of ..I.I.v for Complalnnntri S.-3t O. I O. W. A I.IFR" KM 4.3-1. Cnlumhla. fn C I I .:!; n. m. i club Is pliinninp; t<> crvct 11 hnmlHoine -

to be and appear 'fo. JoI. I ( FAT.> Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the .wt,rn bill of complaint In the abovecerise I I(1. FnK1. Stnrke. VIa.Solicitor : I I NO. non .ini'i>"(iMviiiii tit st. p"tI rliilihotiKii on tire Kuuth bank

In and for Bradford, that the n". rowldonoo or place of RANK STATEMENT 11\. 71. NOTICE OF ElECTION
Circuit of Florida. 5.7.gt.5.4ORDER I I I! rcbiirg t nntiVfst' Pnlin' Hcmh ilucSlnrkp I
business of the dofondnnta, William A. I l.m.I.ln..t of tho MiirmtiM' riviT in iho
County on Monday the 7.h. day of Jun. n" the power vented In them I.". nourfuture. m

A. D., 192A. at the Court H.un In the .... The Florida' Land soil Immlrral Tl..pnrt nf the Condltlonn of the T.awtev I nf Publln, InstructIon of ., T r..n,. ;I,I 1002 n. m.

Town of Starke Florida. U> answer the Ion Company. a corporation. LornSnpp. S.at. Hnnk. I..wl.v. (In the Stain of Florida I FOR PI'BI.ICATIOVTn I Florida herd ,. rails eleettnnn, ,to. be hoM, I Inn I i No. 811 J-Ku-no-ivilti. to W
bill of complaint exhibited against L. Sari and Nril. Sapp Mn wife. at the .rInse of business 10. In2d Tuondav., 1D!>ff. at the 'I
sworn you In the above styled Court by the com John Dyal. Volnpy Samnn R..oueees 1.1 Circuit Inl.t. II"h.h .T>..ld.1! CircuitBrndforft ftehool hnim..B In. J1..nth. named dl. j Pol.t 1lsnt'h.I ,iliip' Ktnrkp 10.Oft. p m. upon nt u rviTnt im-utini' hclil inthu

plainant. J. M. Truby. to ..mov.cloud and "thn AdlHon. Tehithun Futch. Lewla Futch.Mirk Tones nn Ttcal FaInt. __, ___ 111,52552loan. I oln''", FI."ln. Chancery.,. trlrfu to elect' three trunteen each and ..I I No.2. T"pl tr Jncknonvlllo nffid'H of the Rout und Mnnninw -

quiet title the above ...ib lands. I I AdlHon F1..lh Adlnon and .lumen on Other Collateral I 57th. flfl I Mary Wllkorwon.Complainant. en*. the mill.) .. for the ensuing two dup Ptarlio' 1:15! I
t yaeir : a. m.
And It h.vln. been made app. to the ', William A din or In mlnttncc.nrn All other Loan and Discount 1 Slit liiiPound I For tht. mono of paid e1iettoft 'I Iti'iilty Co., nml ili-finlte action 1

Court by .h.." of tho Sheriff of' ni unknown to complaInant' and that SI.t. Bond, h .11000 v* 1 Iin i each dlKtrlft" the hnl.ln. manaMcr ,, No.4. Tampa to JnrkHOnviJlc,

Bradford County .'lo.lt. upon a aub- I In no person In the Stat of FlorIda. Count, '* soil Municipal l"nd. ._ I.nnn.no I J. W. Wlrteron.Defendant.! are nfipnlnt' | nn f.I"'nln"nl. duo Rtnrko :ittil: p. m. to thU emit will riv tukon n
In Chancery to the d..fon.I'1 I known to cnmptnlnnnt. the iervleeof Panting and Canon : Mnnatrf .T. Aldorman, TfIO .

antS portia In above et, lo.l ..... that th. .bv. a mnhpoona upon whom would bind the Ftxturo lou..F.nl., _.,_ .u_. ._. P P77" Tf. npppnrinir by nffldnvlt nrponded, to the I Mdormnn and Hen FoHnorHomer No. SOI, Tnmpn to Jnoknonvillp, Iti-Hidi'H )raving a hunilrttima amidinvtfiicrit

defendants nor,either of them b', aid dfeniantuu. or either of thorn and thatit Other Real Potato' Owned .__- 2.3iD o hill te In the ahnve-tafef| onimo that .T : Mans< .1 Rnnli-iH TSP I' ,dun Rtnrkp R"I2: p m.
la believed by complainant that tho W. the dffcnrfnnt therein P ciulihouHo fur their own
found In Bradford County. Florida Claims I and Other' Rmoncro __ U Wlk..on. 1'n.'r.' and .1... CaBklnn1Crnbnm ftnrk niil, Brnnrh j
search named dofendanta' are interested In the I a nnn-ro,Mcnt of the I Wnnnr-o
Complainant made a diligent Pite from Incorporated Bnnk 1,201S J'
that Mnnnvor-i. .Tnhn Auntney II
and Inquiry for the retiloVnce of .1 said property Involved In this atilt and complnlnant r..1 ttem Uu ,__u 4. M Stato of Floridn. and that his I Wa-rfln: and FOKK. Train 101 Icnvos Rtitrke 7:40: n. IIKC ami, plousuro, it will bo UHcdfo j __,
allege that he dnefl not know, rrlionco| I I. unknown, that aid defendant f r
and of business abovedefendant I ITnnd _.. _
defendants place on New River, Man.grrs. ,T. 1C Adltfnan iTitcrtaln
( .u. d.717.nl ni.; No. 102 nrrlvcRtnrko : p. I vinitlnp; yncht owneri.Ynrhtmi .
\ and been and hy diligent search and In nulry has I I. over the afe of I"'nlv.n. year
corporation. bvln. F Ronrsn. and O. W. An drown, ,
unable t ascertain tba same I not boon able to ascertain whether Total' _. __ _. ._'50.021.02 It I I. Ihorrfnro ordrrd that aid non-r -*ldrnt I. Sampson C. n. Oman J. L m. ; hut taken on u new impetus -
to Complainant u.anewn. r"f the naliI dofondnnla. whose air*. r***| defendant l>o and ho hem '.d I
being UMIItlo .. Wynn and M. Varftea.TTnmnfnn T. .T. Oriffin AgentNflTICF
The Bradford. County 'r.s..gmith. a dinco or ptaco of bunlnc In ullt-red as to appear to the bill of eomplnlnt filed,' in on thu Ilrailvnton, liilu of thprivri

weekly newspaper published In the town unknown la dead or alive or In ..1.. Cnpttnl' Stork Paid, In ..._____ fIll COil SO ald mime on or h.fn. M.nitny the "th Mnnmrero A A, ".. flT .

of Bradford County. Florida Is I 'lance .not. and It In aliened fn the sworn amini, Food I RftO.00UndlvMn tiny nf Juno, A f> 'o
S.k. .. as the .ewi-paner, In I bill nf complaint thnt he belleies there ? ,! P.fl. (Less Fxpono nf aM Ml, wilt bo taken coni MnnntrorH.. P. I wta. J. V Kial'd ".I I -vill l h" rccelvpO l .
which h./y this notice .hl b published for arc "..on.. firm and corpomtlon In. I and, Ta- o* \ .- BOO.RO i fooweil h xnlfl .lrf.nl.ntI' lewis. and S. I.. Preneott ll'.aid ot I"1 1,00 Trustees. of Ilradfurd I ui il Kiev inn now Imait of a num.IHT .

four consecutive w.k.. I -rrptod in tho until property Involved' In I Tn.llvMiinl' DeposIts SiiMoet tnChxV l" f'rh.orft flm' ( thin or-ler b' I.. W. ECIC.ITER I ", ty t ', ii! lh office of the Beentary %

That In the event said tsndnnts should 'this ault. whoae namu. a".. roMldence n i _U.o_. S1. (I7nvtnr <.' I i I ,. .. nnco a ...k fur Four rnn..< |. TT n WinCim. Chalrmai of the Hoard, at.St.rk. Florida un" 'if ni f ii nj apooily crofts. III af

not appear at the time and place above plnce of bimlno-r !I. unknown to eomplam; I Prrrwlt u n. _. bonn STlmo > ttve ..k In the Bradfnril Cntinty, Tele. I 8oeretaryM 4..It".'

directed that decree pro-eonreiso shall b, ant and '1 said bill relief I. prtvodairalntt Cnrt'flonto' of T>epo.>tt.- 15 fllCahcr' i I' urBph an.'mp.v... pulil. Hhi-d, In sal; 1 1I I II Ii I ,

entered In thin cause ..Ioo you or u Much known and unknown deft,'ndBPt I [ Chock Olt '.n.ln. .. 1OIItIfl I i i rVunty' and StateTiln I

of you as fall to appearDone *. .. .. firma and corpnratlnnn' i Mnv 4th \. I I I Pfl! NtTlrF Honors Rifle Champ a
and a ordered at Starfce. Florida, it la rd-wd, that all per. :i Total _ ,;;I..1 I IOEATi AT.nFRM I m- Coolidge
T'ERFFORF r" ticp of .sip? of nn iir n''
In Chambers thil 5th' day Mo, j'oJudtrs fir. corporntlnn named In !I, Suite ,., FTnrlda. County of .. *. I r'rllt' Court,, ",.lnl Tar School I tllslrlpt 1. r

A. this notice.. tf llvlnit or In nl.'ln.e. or T. T>. W Mnoro. Cnuhlor of tho .hv.I n K K"IrIT. 11"1..1, ;

D. E. KNIGHT 1 d i'sml. or not In oxjxtnnco) then hi*. her I named Bank do *nl.mn1v *ewes !' Solicitor "' R-7-r. F1"h"'n. nf l.a"or.1 County.I t1..II"

'. '. tot. .,.,.ut.vt..---.t.t----'*- -. .-.-.6.t- II'.. o. UN hf>iii. d.vl... ToirntofH .rr.ntoon Aboveomrtnt t I. true to the best of my I.I.4 I I 4'4
SioHcitor _. i' o..r. and I assigns and tn nil I knowledge and beII'f. I Tf"'. ,. nnllpp U given that tin. Hosrln -
TO IIFitittitS ANO poT onii. flrma and corporation, Ti. W. MOOR I Brao"ro

1011) j jNolle or .1"lmln. any Interest In and tn I.vl"1 C..hi. DATFnTn .I receive| sealni| | I I. .
I certain lot*. parcel, or track l.n,1 rorneet--Ati.., I IrFORrF *2S tOt (o Rnpplnl' Tnt rVhrilniftrlif

Ivlntr and In nradford, county State Circuit CMII. Ffwnth Ttidlctnl Pie.etilt. Vutnhen-d Rluhlppn. of Itrarlf.e.iCnrntv.
that all ereilitors.Lrqratees. : YOUNfl. !
la hereby given .In. 1 nnd for Bradford County, Flor- Florlila 'lionils ,th'erplratlnn '
having' of Florida, and descrIbed follow i iR on nr .r.n 0 ;
and persons kno.n D
DI.t.lbut. : i ".. Tn Ch.noi ryTho of thirty days from the dslr.r
of Mary B Briham. : TirEPE. j 7'1
claims against the rotate : Count of Bradford the I }
deceased are hereby required to | B..lnnln.at an Iron shaft In tho oi>ntor Dire''tor'i.NOTICE Pint' nf Flnr'dn' and te Four! Vsy A n. 102* at thp office of tIm y .

presunt the same duly authenticated to the of a fifty font fltroot known R* Sun- I nf Rood Trn-tep of i; uirrlnlpn'lint' nf Ttihlle Tnstrttetint, .f A _

county' Jo-lu. of Bradford County. Florida. 0..01 Real, which shaft I I. art At feet County., r.'nr : Itra'lfortl Ojunlv. Florlila. at Shirk. FiW. _A.'M iWr'i

Within on. year or the notice .I be boliIn coil< 4 In.hr. moro or IOM. Wont of the F"r"a.I.mplnlnant. ,.. '

thereto and all persons l indebted Northwest corner of the Southeast nnitrj I .tn the Circuit-Flhth' Tudlctslf j I ".11 R..d. are to he d..1 July, let 13* I
to Estate .re. required to par their I .. nf Northeast quartor. of .tlnn Thlrty- reull. Ttradford County Fl?,'r la Infhnneery The Slate of FTortrfa. I cart to hp 'In .ffcnnnimatl, of fl '

aald debts forthwith t the und..I"oed l qua' tgi.) Town.hl. Five ill). South Range ff.no.nt nnn D inch. and to hear interest at thmt i I

Administrator Frist thence run tn aSniitheaittvrly F R John. p.ttlon ti R. Roads V.1M.*M I >> of, sis per cent per annum, 4yshlH \

This the 29th day or Apri in. direction: on Enot line of !I Inmpl.ln.nt. 1ntl.. I the Ta* PaTOT Citizens ,finauslly. nn 'lf I.'. ,day of Jan, I I

E. MATTHEWS. Hnffl Sandemon road to Southwest cornerot' of County of ,0 State nfFlorida. "nary aod July nf .. year, with Int.ruC t ._____. .s I

420.pt..g-25-. Admlnlslrator. Lot Throe (3)) of Block Three 41)prr ) ci '' Flnrlila' RaIlroad Company, a corporation. B.a.fo. ,'in, f ns .".. principal' and I Irvti

.1 map or plat of HeMhronn Sprint rw I P als. Take notice tha the County of BmlfoMon .rpyt n said.hT.. payable .' th .1

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS -\ corded i In Plat bonk One 11.I on page Te9edantj.. of the aan'" unit of the State of linen,. Nsllnnal.' In the ('"' anil the

Fortv-throe M1 of the record .f'' Rill to Quiet' Tite He. Florida and fh. BoaM nf Bond Tnutoo Slate it Neve. York -. -

I RnHfond County. Florida thence run Tat I 1 It appearing tie the .or bill nf eom of said County have filed a petition In the amount of bonds offered for pale isill _

ThirtyKine dO. north bi. at plaint .filed In the ahoe. cause. which *>bnv. entitled cause 'In th, above namedreact T. and the of said honda _

Nolle IB hereby given that all cnll".. '|' rlr'ht anrlo with .". t I calls I. one to .mo. cloud from th. I| under the tint. of April 20th A. D192t oo n ltnni p.'n..1> 0'> the 10 day .f r rFRIDAY.
the Rest line of Nnrthoant .h.1 .aabl.
Watribut and all Persons quarter I title and to quirt the title nf the complaint to have the IMU of FOi. 1 year with' 1027 asd ,

L.t. aiialnst the !t.t of W. M. Northeast ..r.of said Section Tlr"1 t the lands that are d.c.lh In the said '| and Fifty Thousand ) ( P"nd. coiling' with I b'nnin.. a.e..1 l ,
to Si "H Flee '">. SoutH 11a. IHO b
Rarrell. ,eased. are ., TJired I i t. 11. Townnhlp' 11! of ellalnt Sheriff of j worth of bond for paid Scotia, nn or before eii lralnn
h rh.t. th.
prsssnt the sara duly .u.h.n'.t. '0'''['T..nt.on.Northeast(21) East. of aald thence, Section rvn Northto Conty. Florida ". m.d. re '1 11 428 of the lpI.' A<*. of of thiry""". from the 7th day nf May _

the Count* Judge of Drdror Cunty. I I I cm. Tl. torn anon the sumirmns In .h.ne.duly tore of ". the r..orln.r_ A. I D. 1021. All bidder are reqnlrml' to 'r'J
tT-U fX4 I. thence Wt alone the :
Within on. rear or nol. I Issued In said cause, that th. said alon thernof In 1Q2S. ani : deposit, with said aonnty b .aril ef Public '
Ford. said Section paid, Sandorson I ,
to Road. thnee :=
bar And all I In Chancery la uneveeuted I i'
held In th. pep and :oi electIon hfld on the lAth day of March 1 Instruction a eertlfleif cheek for five' percent
b Fat of Sooth along the line of said 8. I
sons I.deb. to .I" are "uln t thence et served upon the Florida Railroad I!I I". T> 11SH In Bradford Coon',. F.rd. of$ the amount of said hid paid cheek I
Road Et of
to p. said debt forthwith t th ton t. B.nd.nn the East line of said) Sander pany. a corporation. Th* Florid Railroad ; In .ht.'h olnetloti a large m.j.rt i to u be made p..b' .the Board of Tuhlltf ; r'
Administratrix. .lnn. Company corporation the I '
vndaraumed a Florid Ln Ifinallfod elorton. who _r f. holder f Inatruetlon, County. Florida.
the Utb 01 April IllS. I lon point of beginnIng, Ekeep4ln.r and Immigration Company. I I voting th.ist. M4 for the lions of Brafo.> frlllilllll ,
T. D rotfrvin from the above .. All bidden the tm. within Coolidge I* ptnnln* a medal on Sum Moor*. II. of Newton-1

Ma HARRELL. ad land, the drb three of the ..f..ol named la said bill honda In th. earn of Fo. Handred1 .nd 'I .hl.h the bidder* will anmply the 'fiato. MUM., world champion rlflr ahot. who mode 1000 conswcotlv* bite ,
AdnlnlstratHz. of
&IGt2'. r foln. pw. TWIT Cpl.'ot.' owa. t ,b f.lur of ,b Fifty Thousand Dollar* (* ) for bard f terms thereof after nolle la alven by tine (

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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1926 "
his boyhood home, was born at little son, Robert Douglas, of I I, t (fir wfti.

Bradford County Telegraph (Citra thin county He has been a Gainesville, were visiting friends + :J .,"{,,,ri ,
t 1 ;4. ',+x.e
railroad man all of his !life, servingfor I I i and relatives here Sunday.Mr. I } Vt4ArrR v

ESTABLISHED IN 1879 several yearn as a conductor, on I : and Mrs. Hamp Conerly, of

i the Georgia and Florid and, is "OW ;i OkoiK'hfiboi1, came up Sunday to r

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class loejtl agent for that road at :Madison +I I spend a while with the letter's parents II Jet w

+j Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida :Mr. Harris has teen signally I I Mr. and Mrs. S. K.; :\Iott.I I _
s honored by the people of hx tiwn, I Mrs. Taylor, of Fort Meade, M r.d'f .
I here few with her I
surl'6sivu times I spending a days
being, elected eight
I, E. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher n" mayor and has held\ oher: cfficoi I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace\ i I xw n a, M'IenUd';.;!,Yee' ,'s

J. C. Robinson____________.__________.__Managing Editor of poHibility, presiding\ over Crews. $
the chamber of commerce as its :Mr.: Ward, of Starke, the county

SUBSCRIPTION RATE president, for several terms. lIe i is agent, was a business visitor in

i n brother of :Mr. Kiel A. lIar.'"", our town one day last week. I
.1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance formerly Seaboard agent in Ocala V. V Hazen, of Waldo, spent
Rates Sunday here with his parlnts11'. i-"'
Advertising on Application but now holding;! a similar positionin ,
I and Mrs. E. M. Hazen.
,. Orlando.
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Vote for Gee F. Young for Rep.
I COMMUNITY: ADVERTISING IS ESSENTIAL TO All things being equal the Star resentative. He stands for the interest
1 bespeaks for these three !gentlemen
; PROGRESS I of the people of Bradford
t the kind consideration of Marion .
; Selfishness and living alone for one's own self seldomif county voters in the coming primary county roads. -for drainage' and !good I llC3 ) 'd A.

ever brings returns. Ilcturns for effort well expended in a election. They are nil able> I
:Mr. and :Mrs J. J. Morgan and
is doers' best reward. And in well qualified for the positions they
good and righteous! cause a ma- son, Clarence, spent Sunday after. .
terial way eventually such effort will bring the individual re reek and their will duties conscientiously if elected. perform noon in Lake Butler, as guests of x ,n

sults. It is: a simple and natural law that we cannot evadeor : Mr. and Mrs. John Crews.

change. We simply must:; profit when our community as: a ; HAMPTONI Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn, of Waldo,
spent Sunday here with her parentsMr.
whole or our neighbor profits. I and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. -T '
I of Jacksonville, i
Our neighboring city of Jacksonville is setting the right Burlapp, s
I preached at the Baptist church last Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a _
example. In gradually, through newspaper propaganda, get I Sunday evening I professional visitor here Saturday I _

ting the people to work as one in one harmoniuos whole they I C. A. Birt and family attended I., afternoon II ,3

have achieved wonders. This spirit continuing to exist and services at the Graham Baptist Miss Winnie Cason, of Long
Bridge, spent Sunday here with
this work prolonged will eventually make Jacksonville port, church last Sunday. Miss Virginia Cols n. I

Jacksonville as a city and all the neighboring tributary smaller Vote for Geo. F. Young for Rep. Cephus Harrell, of Waldo, spent
resentative. He stands for the
<'< cities and country adjacent the most wealthy and most of the people of Bradford Sunday here with friends and rela

widely aadvertised region of the nation. county-for drainage and good tives.

: It needs but unselfish striving for this goal on the part of roads. *Messrs Carl and Clyde Ward of

; our people to accomplish likewise great things for Starke and I C. A. Hurling and family, have Jacksonville, spent Monday after- .'
I noon here with their mother, Mr,.
; Bradford county. It needs but our own people awakening to I recently returned to their home after T. P. Ward.R. .

the fact that it is their town and county and that in theirneighbor's a visit with J. V. Jones family.R. A. Weeks business visitor .... .
was a
I I M. Williams, of Venus is the ((" \ ? r'
interests and success lies also their greatest sucI guest of his father, A. M. Williams to Starke Tuesday.N. .. ..... .q- :r ,r vtrytc iv.vrol..7( uYr! t:."'

cess. --j. ,I .'t\\ this week. T. Thomas L. R. Gainey and -- .. -

,; A late editorial relative to this question printed in the I I ome Ogden, of Graham, is the daughter, Lois, were visitors to

Jacksonville Journal is well worth quoting here. It says in guest of his brother B. Y. Saxon. Starke Monday afternoon.. British Strike Momentous to These Men

part : I Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was n
business visitor here last Saturday. NEW RIVER
"Advertising is recognized as a fundamental factor in .;J
:Miss Donnie Chooser, who has
any successful! business today. It has passed the experimental been visiting! in Jacksonville, has !New: River May 21.-Grafton B. + 1r tfy

stage. Its benefits: and advantages are so strongly recently returned to ther home Adkins left Thursday for Miami,

established that no experienced businessman has to be :soldon : where he will spend the summer.
them. They are accepted as natural consequences provided W. B. Ticks pastor of the Norman Wiggins, Everett Ren- y
First Baptist church here, will fill froe and the Misses Brown's of G4 ';t..
of course, that the proper methods are employed. The day his regular appointment next Sun. Gainesville, were visiting here

of hit and miss advertising is gone forever; scientific application -I day morning and evening. Sunday afternoon.

of axiomatic facts has been institutionalized by its'' Miss Alice Black is spendingthis Mrs. H. B. Kerce and Mrs. Bar-

merits. week with her grandmother, ney Cone, of Lake Butler, were visIting -

"Community advertising is a later-day development. It :Mrs. King, of Green Cove Springs. here Thursday afternoon.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Daily were and -Mrs. J. J. Thomas, of ..
presents countless ramifications, for instead of being deSign-I shopping: Starke this week.A. Starke was tnong the visitors here

ed to stimulate all the activities which contribute to pro- Sunday.E. .
A. McDonald of Switzerland .. .po:,
gress of a metropolis. Its benefits are widely distributed.And i is spending this week with his C. Williams, of Citra, and ""
in of the is called brother, Willie, of Jacksonville, ;,'!.fl"yj";.
yet, spite service it upon to render, family here. "
community advertising has proved itself of such value that Ira Adams, left this week for were visiting here last week. ." pS
will visit his Mr. and Mrs. Pliney B. Crews, of /....J".. =
millions of dollars are being spent in it annually. The curtainis Tampa daughter, where Miss Grace he Adams. Lake Butler, and Avy Renfroe, mo. 't- tY j ";,.01.y.....Tl '

rapidly descending on the pioneer period; the period of systematic Miss Hilda Sullivan, of Theres- tored over too Raiford, Starke, ( 1 ...;..

effort is being inaugurated." sa, spent the week-end with her, Heilbronn Springs and Lawtey Tin cfriWXI itrlke of 5.000000 "'0"\1.\ i n In C.rPr:,.in: !.1 n cr1..H. txt to these rum, it rcprMMrttt fiMM
Nowhere in Starke and in Bradford county-Why hide cousin Miss Kathryn Weest. Sunday. .has that. To the left Is Lloyd George. '01'1' >..., pivn. cr. w:.) II i t:.:": in 1g !>y, ready to step In If the t IWe 3CMJ
the Miss Claries Priester, of Lake Mmlnlatmllon fall. In the center in J, H. TlKim-iR., lwr/ r'l t>dir in lal'h..1rona.II/ ctiolci for the pelMr
cur light under a bushel? Here we have wonderful things to Brother Haner preached at Butler, and Gerald Adkins, passed | hlp It the present regime (alls To the Mtrht I is: !.SfnleBaldwl.i.: L.4.tent pre.II: .'. eh'ar CIUnual\
offer as an inducement to the outsider to locate and invest Christian church last Sunday morn: through here Sunday. ,IK oflta may depend on a quick s*ttt..ni"nt ft it--. ::iiihn. .
ing: and evening.J. .
here, we have 'wonderful natural resources to develop our- W. Alderman of Starke, attended Will Andrews was a business _..

selves which will bring to our section and to ourselves wonderful church here last Sunday. visitor here Saturday. i Mannish Taileur POINTED PINEPARAGRAPHS
Bill Green of Starke, passed TZD P.KEPARAGRAPHS:
Sullivan visited her son, ,
returns. Are we doing all we should do to further develop Mrs J.

these assets? Or are we, like in the Biblical parable, buryingour A. L. Sullivan and Sunday.Mrs. at Theressa. last,I through Mr. and here Mrs.last H.week.B. Kerce and : r by

Talents? Saturday Carl of Lake Butler, by O. H. L. Wnnieke
Mrs. Wynn,
and Mrs. Wernick iA'trS
K. B. Watterson O. H. L. I President
Let us be up and doing and when the summer time is here W. E Allgood, were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Glover were Prtiidint S Pia. Initituta of America Inc.:

and when the ancient habit of sleep of all tropical countriesand ; Waldo. this week. visiting here Sunday afternoon. Pine Institute of America Inc. i -S-

semi-tropical countries takes a notion to get the best of us I Mrs.! J. R. Colley has recently Gaines Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.spent Romie the week-end Johns, at of The forests harbor birds, little I Who will deny that there ought to
\been a business visitor to be industries in every communityin
let us during these summer days make special effort to pre- I ville.' the home of her mother, :Mrs. Hello lizards, and toads, which keep the I the South? Industries bring

pare for a wonderfully productive fall and winter. One for all Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones and Johns. insect pests from getting too wage-earners to the town, and
\ and all for one. A greater, bigger and better Starke and Brad Mrs. Hester Jones, were the guests Mrs. :M. J. Sapp was transacting strong all the for birds us. were Scientists killed say, insects ;y make bigger: : markets for the farm,
Lake Butler last week. ers and merchants, more clientsfor !
ford county straight ahead. cf Mrs. Hester, Jones' brother, business would become so numerous that depositors
.t doctors and, lawyers, more
Vote for Geo. F. Young Rep
Sandy Prescott, of Starke' last Sunday. human life would be starved off and for
bigger deposits
p- resentative. He stands for the interest the earth in seven years! ./
The city of Lakeland is to be congratulated. Bryan Alack'I of Bradford the banks.
: and moth of people
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Birds, lizards, toads, etc., are
has been added to her of workers. Mr. Mack county-for drainage and good that Your community, like most areas
corps newspaper i Mrs. G. \ Knight, were business our friends. More than theyare in the South, has only one great
is manager of the Evening Ledger, which means that the visitors to Starke hit;; Friday. roads.A > our soldiers, the army fightin I y natural resource which can be the
Ledger will be well managed. I Miss Carolyn Delk is visiting the grimmest war of mankind. foundation for any permanent and
friends and relatives at Boston slash or long-leaf pine tree There is no truce in this war, no I considerable Industry. That is the
o make four times as much timber surrender, no armistice, no peace,
land. Is the land in your com-
lion. Henry S. McKenzie, in point of service the oldest I Ga.Vardie: Wall, of South Florid, and ten times as much turpentine of defeat no quarter.means It the is a death war in of which the I munity being developed to support
member of the Florida House of is during the second twenty years industries in your town, or simply
a ; the guest of friends and relatives its life as during the first. human race. A dead bird is a dead to support industries in other

date for re-election. The county of Putnam has been fortunate -; here this week Killing one of these tree byoverwu.rklng soldier-a dead friend. towns which make the riches ;you
in having a man of Mr. McKenzie's ability to guard her interests it at twenty to The forests are the camps of oar I eyt I I: aspire to gain,
BROOKER of Is like soldiers. Tear down their camps
for so twenty-five years age W You cannot overlook dual-pUT-
many years. ,. .
have betrayed the human ..
which lays golden and you Sr9i
-- Brooker, :May 21.-A. L. Green killing the goose p pose pine traItS when you tMnk
visitors to egg, as soon as it starts to lay.k race to the enemy. 9i along lines of building your com
J. Morgan were
and J.
4 S ,
THREE GOOD MKN .Judge Strum and his wife-nee R r tk munity industrially.\ ->
Stnrke Saturday.
WITH FKIKNDS: I IN Wins Ophelia Gray, an Ocala girl, Starke
Martha Brownlee, of ,
MARION: COUNTYOi'Ulu I leinjr the daughter of the Itev. part of this week here as GRAHAM When a form i ii too far from c I
Charles1.: 1. Gray, formerly rl'l't"r.. spent and Mrs. forest in tlu1 con -**i "C'' ** of tht Burning the range for cattle
nf Grnop Episcopal t'hurch-hnve guest of Murla Weeks.A. Graham, :May 21.-Mr. South, the Cl.j'| iri t'': t'I: : grazing is a mistake. It does not;
( Evening: Star.) B. Surrency and L. R. Gainey A. J. Dryden and Miss Rachel .., : -. the for but
fer. Whin cr -: fl'I':1'' % improve range grazing,
friends in Ocala and doubt
In the democrtuic primary flec many no I were attending to business in Dryden spent the week in Jackson community i ipmner.. I robs the cuttle of food.
tion of Juno 8, three men who have hu will! receive u fluttering vote in and Starke Thursday af *
ville.Mr. When ruin ,come the fore li.' I There is a movement on foot in
many friends in Marion Bounty ;are his wife's old home town. I ternoon. and Mrs. Tom Wasdin of help to at'P the ashing: away: oi t some states to make burning the
candidates for stale office. Eiuh Next: on the list I III :Mr." Eugene/ Mr. and :Mrs. Ray Foxworth, of Waldo, was visiting friends and soluble salts in the! soil, which range a criminal olTense. I am opposed -

of the three mm has made' 11 good Matthews: editor and owner of the Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at relatives here Sunday.Mr. farmers call "fertility". to such a law. People who

record in the public office, two if Starke. Telegraph and now serving the home of Mr. and Mrs. I;. B. and Mrs. Tom Stewart, of When drouths come, the forests do it are not criminals, and it

them holding high positions in the us a member.. of the state railroad Andrews. Brooker and eon, Paul, passed are a sponge which holds the extra would be a crime to make them

state administration at Tallahassee ,, commission. :Mr. :Matthews has R. E. and L O. Hazen of Gaines- through our town Sunday.Mr. moisture needed to keep crops criminals by passing a law.

and the third having held many iminy friends in Marion county ville, spent Sunday here with and Mrs. David Durban, of around them healthy. They hurt their own cattle

posts of responsibility in his home I where he is well and favorably friends and relatives.Mr. Jacksonville, and Miss Linnie When winds come, the forests thinking they help the cattle, That
community. In the order of their, known. He is a man of exception il l E. C. Long, of Wildwood Fogg spent Sunday at the home of break their force. When frosts does not not criminal.call for It is ignorance. It It
follow. '! his spent Sunday here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg. come the forests temper them, legislation.
and calls
importance they art as : ability having represented for education.
the forests
and in the heat help
First, the Star would call atten- home county, Bradford, in the leg Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. J. R. Mr. Lee Gainey, of Brooker, i to keep the neighborhood cooler. I
I occasions is well Messrs. H. L Hough passed through! our town Sunday
(Mature' muverat
of on
tion to the candidacy Judge transacting business in i Your eomaaaaity needs forests
Louis J. Strum of Jacksonville, posted on state affairs. Gene Matthews Mott were Thursday. I morning. for the sake of its farm, if for no I Since forests are necessary to oar
now a justice on the supreme ('ourtbench : has done good work for the Starke and Hampton Tolieda :Miss Gertrude Wyn, of Hampton other reuoa. prosperity, what are we going to
T. B. Pinholster, Misses I
and a candidate for rcnomi- state of Florida in the railroad and Josephine Chess 'and Miss Margery: Stowers. of w do about it?

nation Judge Strum was appointed! commission and his Marion county Gainey Starke Saturday Waldo, were visiting friends here It is simple as first-grade arith

to fill out the unexpired term of friends> would like to see him retain were visitors to Thursday evening.Mrs. )I rtw .,. ,. metic. 'We must save the forests
afternoon.H. A of pine trees presents some q
crop) and where
The appointment j his seat in that body. Ollie Byrd, of Tampa, Is I r we can, grow more trees
Justice Taylor. | S. Hazen, of Center Hill spent features of culture and marketingfar 1M..hh caeca, east to tb* too many have been cot away.
was made by Governor :Martin, the Mr. Jo:. J. Harris, of Madison, ts Sunday here with his parents Mr. spending a while here with her superior to otlerrops at the to the cty of the early'
first one under his administration. alto a candidate for the railroad und Mrs. G. W. Hazen. mother, Mrs. E. J. Murrhee.Mr. choice of the Southern farmer. II fcjw-aoa.- Jack* CM aton*' To grow trees is not so. difficult
a ttr.ti So
tuxedo to as raising most other
Those who have watched the splendid Wildwood O. J. Mott and Mr. Emery would be as absurd for the real worn crops.
of ,
commission and has two opponents, Mr. Cleo Saniford, > ** eoase.etttlaeh *0"** far as human labor is concerned, a
service Judge Strum has r.n- : R. Hudson> Burr, present incumbentand was among friends here Sunday. Hazen, of Brooker, were in oar I estate region men to overlook and developers the possibilities of this r r bald r Mss by a few days out of the year tell the ,
dered the state since he was elevated R. L. Eaton, of Monticello, Wilson Russ was among friendsat town Sunday. of pine tree farming, as to neglect seepead'sra$ r Margaret whole story for a hll1'ldred.crepine
to the supreme court bench must'' who at the present time is in the Lacrosse Sunday afternoon. Vote for Geo. F. Young for Rep. opportunities in other crops. s.L sow. lot. It takes a little "knowhow" -
admit that he is i a jurist of ability ,' Clyde Colson, of Dunnellon, was resentative. He stands for the Interest and some organ&latloa. Th
employ of the state in the capacity No crop, native to ytxrr county, '
and certainly entitled, under demo. I I' guest of his mother, Mrs. Arria of the people of Bradford contains better promise of success Tampa-Permits granted, for "know-how" sad rrataixatloa. g 1i'

cratic party usage, to a full elective of land inspector. "Ebb" Harris Colson here Sunday. county-for drainage and'good and steady profit_than pine trees erection of $36,000 warehouse and togetker.thgaalul.

term in his present position. as he is known to many friends it Mr. and Mr. B. F. Hazen and road*. $15,000 filling station. I ...


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