Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 28, 1927
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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\, VOLUME POHTV-NINB 8TAUKE .'LOIUD..u..n.. JlM'AltY: !i", ll>27 MMHKIl: THIRTY-T\\0

GREEN COVE rnoni: Power ComanyOffer STAIITKUWork !>> 'Hendricks Held CITY HALLELECTION
TO UK.: it.Moi:: ).Ki.KiCarpenters : : )

:, ROAD OPENED One Killed Another Wounded in Light on erection of the exchange -I I On Assault to TO ,

Fight Near Orange Park building for the Slnrke1'olelbooe will start work the

:. BY JUNE 1ST Plant Tabled Company on Walnut Murder Charge coming modellng week the on wooden repairing and n>- BE CALLED

Jacksonville Jan. 25.-One man street has been started and the KlckllturStore

was killed and another woundedIn walls are going; up rapidly. The building on corner i>! Tall

Dt'II..VC'd Road 4H Will Itt Com- a shooting affray at the Seminole Council and lUinil. TruHfiMsV1II\ window and door frames were net Triil j' lliirrlM and :Maine Grills; nod Walnut street plain' for I theremodeling )(.."...11111"1Or"\ ,',,,-,I llra,, n for

plated Beyond Lake Kennel club grounds last ('...n..I.I<.r Offer :Made ity "'lorI In place Tuesday The building, ;, Will II.- Trl.Ml for C'''1''') lug having/ been accopte-1 I Combined. 4'Ity Hull. and
which Is to be 25 by 45 feet will by the owner Chan, tlu.i d
Early In May night about 10:30: o'clock and today ; Ida Light & I'o\\'(T ( 0.I f'onrwtlnl bridge, of Armory Itiillillug l <
Sheriff Elam Weeks, of Clay I bo cut In two one part reservedfor I Gainesville liming/
the use. of the exchange olllco time the building/ IH. In the
From information Riven out by county holding two men under arrest | F. D. Wllkernon, representativeof I and tho balance to be rented for Tom HendricKs, of Union (......n- hand of the cnrpenterH Mr. l'lrk- At the special meeting Moml.iv

Clay county authorities and those described the shooting; ns the Florida< Light & Power con- ofllces.With. ty, charged with aHHnult to murder liter will conduct' his store In the evening of the city council the attorney -

In charge of construction work oa growing out of the whiskey business. l- puny, conferred with members of waived preliminary hearing before old. City Ilarber Shop for the board was Instructed \-
I the completion of the new building/ across -
road 48, the road leading from the city council and board of bond ,Judge" Gardiner Tuesday mid was tho street to draw up the necessary resolutions
and tho
building present changesbeing ,
Starke to Green Cove Springs will The dead man Is Forrest M. trustees at a joint meetng h..ldl ordered held l for circuit\ court under Two Nan'-rooln providing for calling a
of apartment
In the all will
be opened to traffic June 1st, Hythlsdate Robinson, 30( step-brother of Jim Monday night stating his. com the high; made poles III the system business. district bond of $3,500 the outcomeof he built on the upper floor. now bond election to build, a city hull

contractors expect: to have Mysler, well-known In the Sweet pany's policy Inregard to towns> will be removed, wires going shooting 1 lamp AndrewH, Jr., used. IIH a store room, and") tho The building will provide, trices

the base and surfacing completedand Water section. Robinson lived on bought In and presented a rate of Hnlford, Saturday night ..lunuiiry lower floor remodeled for for the different department lit
either In underground or over- attires.
; '
with the exception of finishing the old Orange Park road. schedule for tho approval o* the 15th. Two of his iniiiprinIOIIH. Thin building IH located tho city, Jail. (fire station and armory
cable. ltl IH
head Manager hop on I the
work on the shoulders to turna He was shot and mortally boards. It Is tho deiilreif the Trilby Harris/ nod II ahh'elrlills main corner of the IIUHIIIXHH for the local, military com
constantly improving his service" dlx
new highway over to the state. wounded by Allen Wilson. 50- power company to purchase themunicipal A committee
and the removal of tho old. poles n were placed umlor 01'r"Ht Irlct and when completed will add pany. \\appointed
The road to n point east of Kings-: year-old caretaker of the kennel plant hero but until tlio on the charge of currying/ greatly to lli* to ,'ollf"r'lIh Attorney Knight as
through the main part of town will appearance r f the
ley Lake is scheduled\ to be com- club now closed Bad the Hhev'ft rates were approved the question concealed Wt'lIpOIlIt111.1 date of street Mr. Kcklilcr will to the amount of bonds to be Issued .
to the
add greatly appearance m.>vo his
pleted a month earlier.Mr. Wilson also wounded Charlie of the price for the municipal trial Bet for February 22nd, Young stuck of goods b.1Cklit site and detail necessary: 10
the streets.LAWTKY m>rn a.*
J. E. Craig, engineer frr Moseley, companion of Robinson I plant would not be taken up by --. ,.-- Andrews, who was lilt 111 the head work IH completed. be worked out before! the election

Clay county, was a visitor. to and today Moseley along with Mr. Wllkersou. TO ISSl'K: $
Starke Tuesday In company witha Wilson were being held In Jail at The waterworks committee of 110M had been pronounced to bo out of (!MKI) OF THANKS, This action was d."I"IIII'OIl, liytlio .
Green Cove Springs without bond,
representative .of the Penney the council was. assigned to ne ret danger after being carried to I council. when a p'lIllonlrl'y
Sheriff Weeks continued his -
Company to take up with the F. while the bond trustees In making' a I The town of Luwtcy In advertising JiirkHonvlllo for medical I rell t- lug/ nearly sixty"' names' of pripoily

W. Long Company contractor for Investigation.Moseley comparlHon of the rates offered by $0,000 worth of 6 per cent 1I11'1It. We the undersigned. wish| to owners within 'th" town was prt; i ,
that part of road 48 In Dradford I will recover. the Florida Light,; & Power company bonds for sale for the purpose of Clyde Howe larceny by trickery. express our/ heartfelt thanks/ for Hell hsi, asking/ the council toall

county, the construction of approximately Robinson was brought to Jack- with the rates now In effect constructing a wiring/ system over C'ftHO. dismissed upon pnyniont of the kindness shown IIH. during the an election for the purpose of providing
sonville about 11 o'clock and left sickness.
f six additional miles of I by the municipal plant cost of I the town. Under a recent franchise COHt. and death of our brother / an armory building,, This
at the RIverside hospital two and lHtor.
the road In Clay county. This I by operating the water plant and granted the Florida LlgM, & Jafiis Hill I'olll.t'aleod'n 1"' "II. Also the dortora and /I"ol'lltY'Olt instructed, to draw
who did not make known
mime, Mrs.
will cover about half the distance! I men street lighting; / system under cur \Power Company, current will h b'> Plead guilty; $100 and cols' or Fay Olll. the resolutions and, have them In

to Long Branch, to which point the their identity.A rent rates offered, by the company, secured from a high tension line four months J. A. J, McKinney, readiness for the regular'; noting/

road has been completed from clear Idea of what brought on and to have u survey made of I the 1 to bo built by that company In the Will\ McL od, unlawfully Ira importing Mrs 11. n. grown, ; of (he! council Tuesday

Green Cove Springs. From Mr. the shooting had not come out today munlcpnl plant and transmission i, near future "'11101'. Plead "gouty' $::1110( Steve lUchardMon. -- -

Craig, it Is understood work will' said Sheriff 'Veeks.'VlIsan's lines In order to determine) if the ---- -- and costs. and 60 days.1 or In I lieu Charley McKlnney

be pushed from both ends with statement to him was rates now charged; by the town ItOAU MHiXS TI.ACr.U of fine an additional. four 1111I111 hH. Wllllo McKlnney, I All Winners

tho expectation of completing It that Robinson and Museley went were BuHlclent to meet the rle- Markers aro liernn placed on Sam Fair using profane Inn St rx. Corn 1'Mmomlnoii.:. e
to his rouse, called him to the door et
by June. The Clay county forcos lands of repairs and replncementH 1 road thirteen thin week by the /gunge/ In public PI"/ldl/lIll1y; ; $25 --- -

will be placed at work at near and started shooting lie returned The rates offered. the town by slate' road department.. Signs denoting and costs or 110 days I.H-KV: \'.\It".:s 0

Long Branch within thirty days I the and lire, fatally wounding Robinson the power company representative I the road number and the Hop Demp ellllie//.Icinent.. iSS'I

to resume work on the: rock base C.hitting Smith Moseley.chief aide of were higher, than the rates now In ,distance in miles from towns In Found guilty by Jury; $!"o and .lackKonvllln. Jan. ofl. [,
after working for the past several I County Detective Fred King today force by the municipal\ plant, and each direction are already In position rusts and 60 days, or In Hull of Vii rut's, 1 r.7, well known citizen of

weeks on the MIddleburg the plant Is a pnyliu proportion and caution signs for curves line an additional four monlliH.I JuckMonvllle l dlod early this.
was aiding Clay county officers in 111111'11'III
r cut-otr'j according to the bond trustees. and, railroad crossings; will bo -- -- at bin
which connects with road their probe.Black. MAKINU: MOM-IV; ON ('.\nnUiJo: { homo, 611 I KlverHMo' nv,. ,
Although no announcement has The system has beau prntlcnlly: rebuilt placed, shortly ThornHlgns; are nun./ after a short HlneHH. Mr ,

been given out by the F. ",.. Long since the Install-uitlon of the placed on substantial I posls alongside ; I Vurnen came to .lucknonvlllo four
of the \
Hronke. one lending
company that they will take over 'n1 White new plant three years 'ago! and iil- I' the road and are painted<<, a I truck farmers. of thin "...'tlOII. IIIIH years age; from lIIalllll..... |II"| was I
the construction of part of the though several thousand/ dollars of bright yellow, the color selected by nn employee of the '
< lty
paik depnrttent l -
III truck
arcs. been enmit'ed: lately lug;
It Is known the plants earnings/ were used In he road department In Its markingof hi
Clay county project I r. VUI-HHH WIIH
\ a nit'inber
...hhl1l10 the I Jacksonville market -
the company Is willing to contractfor I e"lendlnth"/ trniiHinlHBlo-i lines the entire road system of "'IorIUUH"kl.n hnvliiK madu, three hips up of the I'rlmltlvo IlapllHt churchor
such work. t the trustees 1\ nra enabled to lower; ida Luke llullur. I ,
'to mitt wpfk. Mr. 1ronlie! Htalod
dad I' :::7.t f HIM rates wthln u few months. after -- i
Clearing the right-of-wny : :. s ( : : Iris cabbage patch would "'inpuio> TliciMii who Hiirvlvn me two f a .

been completed In Clay county and (:; ,;: the plant Was operation.. favorably to Iho HIIIIIII l/.o patchof daughters, MrH.. Iliiby/ Lmm nod ; t tl i

grading crews are rushing construction ,.::'';.'::' : r4, Hoili' I the council mid bond 'trustees Missus Stella Mall Ward! and strawberries lit profits/ Iio re lit|iss KoHenii V'arneH. both. of JnekHolivllle
.. : :; l 1 1I 1Q
work the roadbed. :; ..:; expressed the opinion that the
on 'r." "--,", '. I Leola Fogg were tho hostesses' of .."Ivillfrol1l llvo to twlevo cents 1 1111.1 four/ sons Itraily I I...
Crews will be placed at work near: I f: plant woul.i not l.i: sold< to rwrfs thopow..r delightful party nt the home [a hand for rill Vie IIIIH mild ID diile.A II IV and A. 1.. nil of J Ill'kHnl1- F
Kingsley lake shortly to completethe ,; for company iinleMthn nf Mrs. T. 1'. Ward, of llrooker. cabbage Meld dous' not reiiilio| vllle. rind \\'elll.y1I1'UI'S.. of Mannteo. -

!grade around the lake. I current the and the 1)I'k.i offeredfor Friday' evening, January 1 .Ith. I ho cure ii'ul., labor necoHmtry, ,, tog ( J'
ItiiHO In HlnrkeBalance plant were mien Mint it I
u Completed of the rock base within I would<1 be to the town odvantairo The guests were received I at tho I'll a IlIg of HlruwbciTlcM mid r. 'Tin..o MlMlerH.' Mrn AI..olo'j.. )
I the lioHtecsi-H, and werewelronual IH well plmised, with Hie
door by
/l yiri Knrtli, or I'ulalku Mrn. Euunnbloody
the town was completed, Tueoday I } to (nell and that it would bo submitted ;
/ Into the parlor which ,returnsMIITIN.
of preen Cove ,
Springs and
to a vote of the people for
afternoon the base now running .. .
approval.In was beniitlfiily ,duioi.i In pink111.III" MI-H. M//.lit llowi.rd., of 1 1'IIII'hIlUkH,

I from road 13 past the Thom'lsl cane of sale tho town will '''". : : I place approximately a mile from
After enjoying/ number of Interesting :M. s. ViiriiPW, of
the county: line. With the additional (continue to operate the water .lohimtowii, Kin., lied/ I
gamcH; I the ho"h'H"OIilld/ VarneH, of .lackHonvllle. ,
iiinl Kr-:
plant and will also retain: \ the
trucks placed: in service and 1 p.w-
,"'Ior"'e'ord., served The buxiiiPHH' iiKiellug; unit program
ed by Miss will .
VnrneH. of Sl; AiiKUKtliioFiineriil
er house and ;
grounds, unlum It N
of the line will be
plenty rock ilellilous\ "chocolate sandwichesand of the I IlapllHtV. M. H. \\'UIIhel.1 HervlcuH. l lTbew
ulll 1 lie
decided the condiiclod -
by governing Body to
'reached within ten days.III.ITCII I
at the homo of Mm., U. F.llumrlck .
crackers. I / from the Now
llopo church
-- Hell outright to tho fiowur, com \
TO GO HOME: TODAY Y. pany. It will be several weeks. Among I those enjoying thin occasion on Monday afternoon at llrookcr.. Flu., at 2':11I: o'clock\
l :) ; Misses. Geneva; llar- After I Ilia devotional. a nplen. ------ before the matter will be !In shape were: ThnrHdiiy ufternixin. Hev. W M.Monily ruonli'r. no to spea-lc E Ehere
red Lubeadla! I'lnholster Josephine program; on prayer wan /given I with of t.acroHHe Jacksonville Jan. 26.-J. S.I for the final decision to o" made will nillchitii"' ,
Dlltch, superintendent of the state ]I an the question of sale will beeune Chesses Louisa Crews Mildred I :Mrs. L. O. Powell lender. Tliotm The burial will be under the dlrectlon end proud enough they look. too!
Cone Allole'lu..I.. Lillian taking\ ; part on the program weroInstillmeH of the SouHholo funeral They re flee prize winners in th<
Into' thoroughly before the parhrs. ,
farm at Raiford who is at
prison I H.: I 11. yard C! A. clan
Fogg, Duluh Lewis, Florence :\ poultry at the Los Angel
the St. Luke's hospital recovering I matter Is put to a vot,. Ward Lenin Fog" Stella Mae Knight. J. M. IIrow"...... ,V. J. Kp-' ... __ I poultry, pigeon and rabbit show!

from bullet wounds received In a I and L. 41 t, Powell.After From top to bottom the br*.di
Ward!, Mesdames C. Fogg; and, T. person MEp.TI\(1: : 1)1' TlttOl'111 OKIIOV '
pistol battle with three escaped IIKII.IiUOVN: NCIIOOI.\ KTiitT.U.NMKNT : shown are bantam baa oocata.
P. Ward MoHKrs. Malcolm. fillY! the. proKruni followed the OF AMill; :
,f I prisoners front the state farm several : : and Valhrtim ilarrell, Clyde Cone business. session MrH. \V J. KpperHon : N/CTl4 whit wyaodot, ,plight* branmlBJi

days ago will be dischargedfrom anti MrH. 1 1'. M. llarefui't barred Plymouth rock 'and.RboiM ;
Hf'tMle Colson Alph Emery, Troop One of the Rays Hcoutrt of
the Institution this' mornIng i Wednesday. February 2, 7.30: Island red.I' >, ....
the Flower
fiery and! Ivan llnzen ltlcasellSmith were appointed on America held u meeting; on 'to..". r
and will bo taken to Ralford. .
of February -- -
the month
O. J. and committee for -
Willie Korsyth day evening. At thin meeting; nilmember
Superintendent Dutch's condition Invocation. Lorrle Mott and Paul Stuart. ; Mr*. Lord' name wan added paid. their lI..mlll'l'Ithlp i 111:1.1'1:1011: : TIII,: Iltl'r(1\M

has greatly Improved and he Special\ miisln.IHaloguea Mr. Lonnle. Morgan of Waldo to the Bridal committee; and hire roux; u new treasurer. wilt; ulei.tud.,

is now able to walk. lie Is being b' .C1t ,' and recitation was hero Friday and Saturday, viewing ,v. .1, KpperHon and bliss fCunlcoPerkins : and 1 a motion niado and curried.. 1' Mol h"IIHl Sunday\ schools In I
dismissed from the hospital because Yai { Six years old.
his parents Mr. and Mrs J. were approved roiiiiHHlnr that the members this '
of tho serious Illness, of his Five wishes of would tick theparentH section will iin'ti- with tl! }Pll' 'tNuuduy
counselor tlioGirls'
.1. Morgan. and assistant of all .
hays 12 of schools of that dunonilui
wife. At the time of the battle Little Miss Fret and little laugh. years
, with the In which Mr. Hill Rhoden of Macclenny, auxiliary age to apply for membership! for lion In the state. / In taking pclnl .
prisoners Superintendent lloothlnck.
, hero with In addition to the eighteen memfibers
spent the week-end tho boys 1 offering on next Sunday Ju
flinch was wounded !Doll Sad Fall .
the honored
frlnuis. present society WIIH Signed; : Hi-rlbo" John Alexander.' miry :3D. It being; a II fill Sandal ,
Mm. Dutch under the of
, was care Courtship under Difficulties.
with vlHltor Miss Kolfs. of
W. J, of a .
f iAf Sheriff Epperson -- --- for the maintenance and, lipkeepof ,
\ physicians. ,tai ? t 1a The Pleasant Surprise Starke, wan a business visitor hero Waturtow, N. Y., who. I III 11 houseguest :M\V: ii\itiuit: SHOI ii'i\s:; the orphanage at lleiiHon
Marlon\ Hlphsmlth.: life-termer Foolish habits.
of hits It. S. Howke.
, Friday.. Springs. It has boon the ciiHtoni
and trusty who was badly beaten Cinderella. .
-- -
K. M. and O. W. )Hazen wero attending The New City' Flurber next
Hlnce the home extuliIliihed.
I ever WIIH -
about the head and body by tho If your Ilonrt Is Ij) ieorglu. :\ I\\: ,.lltlllt'II.NJan.
to business In Starke Mon tr the Hank of Starko this
trio of escaped prisoners when he Song./ > opened nearly' 20( years ago, to
I This retching street costume of week arid IH of tin modern.
'I day one /give tho fifth Sunday offering/
went to the aid of Superintendent Special music. 20, Mr. and Mrs Uly I'ur-
I black and wblt Is the sort" of, T. I). I'lnholster motored to Lacrosse Hhopn In thlH Hectlon of the Htute the orphanage.In / .
Butch was discharged from St. Address by H. n. Wiggins. menter, a Klrl.
thing that shops all over the conn Saturday afternoon. The Interior IH llnlHhed
throughout view of the fuel that thereIs
Luke's hospital last Saturday. Presentation of diplomas to 8th Jan. 21, Mr. and hire. Kllja
try are going to be copying _D. and 8. S.
blotters L. A. Brown In white enamel' with largo plate not another fifth Sunday until
S --" The Jacket la of chiffon grade by H. II. Wiggins. Strickland, of Graham a girl.
IW\-ALLS.U'/ velvet. visitors to Starke
LAW 0wllnR were glass mirrors fr..ntlllelii'll of the
May and as there are more, than
Jan. 22, Mr and Mm. L. A.
I with tiny steel cut button. TIle .
WILL UK EXFCRCKU'Tallahassee Wednesday, afternoon.L. five chairs. Electrical"' applianceshave 100 children to, care fur the management -
kin U of velvet of Mead a girl.Jan. -
a gayer pat Plant City.Equitable Life Insurance -
R. Gainey was a been provided and everythingabout of the institution request
tern. 21, Mr. and Mrs It. O.
Fla., Jan. 28.-The company opens branch office visitor to Lake Butler Monday af Unarm of State ,Farm a girl. the shop han been placed, a liberal offering' on Sunday and,
at 393 Seventh here.
atate department of game and avenue ternoon. with the Idea of giving each customer that prompt remittance be mad
Jan. 25, Mr. and Mm. 11, C.
fresh water fish intends to enforce DeFunlak Springs.-Alabama High Springs.-New block of O. B. Colson. eon Reside and of girl. the best service obtainable to II. L. Phlfer conference tread-

the law "to the letter" on Illegal Power Company often to lll'cilluecity stores to be erected on First avenue Misses. Annie Ward Jewel John-, Cox Hampton-a Mrs. Marie Stevens will have urer, Clalnosvllle.

fishing in the fresh waters of Flor- water and light plant north by II. Grady son and Louise Caraway were visitors Frostproof.-Cigar factory to be charge of the beauty parlor de In tome places. the amount rained

ida counties wherever It is prohibited to Starke Thursday after- established In thlH town. partment. In the Sunday school I N uug

according to Commla- minted by a collection taken at
stoner J. B. Royal Where They Really See Snakes noon.Mr.. V. O. McCoy of Alachua, tho reguinr lervUes' of the char,'h.

. Mr.' Royall was commenting ont was a visitor In our town Friday. He Says We're Too Modest -

the seizure at Lake Jessup near ,, ,'. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn. of IUt.\U"'OUU'' llTIO.V .\* ('II.I': II'- 1

Sanford, of 21 launches and rowboats io" Hampton were here visiting 7l.aiS.

seven seines and 19 fishermen friends. Thursday

alleged to have been violating L. R. Galney and J. R. Mott I 71,228 gallons. of guHolin w ,11
Ac to business In Lacrosse
: the law. e4 were attending consumed In Bradford county uu -

In 14 days, fishermen at Lake r a Friday.Lewis tag the month of tiecemlx-r ,i" -

' JesHUp caught: 84,000 fresh water 1 demons of Miami spent cording to the report Just ,tisui,.,d

fish with Illegal seines and traps, Friday and Saturday here as by the state department of ,mrlcul-:

S t Commtssoner Royall! Bald and tae I guest. of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan. I Lure, an Increimn of 13,000(
tate department had worked for 4k Ions over November Thi, report

f several days to get "Illageal fish Mr and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, of I; alHO showed. u line of prsitlenlly

ermen with the goods" c Lake Butler were here Friday visiting 7,000( gallons of kerosene or ROD

I the latter' parents, Mr. and gallons lens than lined In November -
Umatlla. Contract let for construction '
Mrs. II. P. Galney.
The total for the state was:
of buildings for BaptistWinter P. Galney was a business visitor
given as. 25,184sos; : > < gallon and'
Assembly costing 144,000. r ) to Newberry Saturday.
2.992.1\7611:111101111\ : of keroseneU.
Mr. and Mrs. d. B. Colson and -

Misses Jewel Johnson. Annie 1). C. \\ll.l. JIIlT: : :

The Chamber of Com- Ward and Louise Carraway were WITH Mits. s. L. PIKK: : I

visitors to Gainesville one day last ,
merce meets every
week. The W. T. Weeks Chapter U.
Thursday night at the Mliis Lubedla Plnholster pent
I II. C. will meet next Wednesday

City HalL Every citizen the week-end at Lacrosse as guest. (afternoon at 3:30: at the homo of

It's the famous of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Detha,. Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek West
I on
of the town is expected This Is 00 eight for an Inebriated gentleman. In north. Leo Wiggins of Starke,' was a Stanley Bruce prmtai ol Australia differ from moil forelgneri '
to be present. 8 o'clock. wake wall, which encloses the sacred city of of Muan the wall make the business visitor here Monday afternoon. in hi* criticism of the I'nltcd- State He lay were "too mode*!" I'Jefferson street. All chapter
tiles on top members cordially invited.
era Slam. Skillfully arranged H.'* shown here with Mrs Brae on bl* arrival In Chicago

eDalle'e back and scale

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nitl>KOItI> rOt'NTY TKLKOIMIMI. MT."' .", } FRIDAY, JANUARY ... 1927

if, MOB TWO 'LOltll-1 _. ._ _

hesitated> He received no sign' that Point, to Garcon Point 'tn Santa ,MI.MS: it!!"' 1'IfUnU.lU:

would, serve as aIde to action and Rosa county. A causeway high r S'HI1UU IN:' BULLETIN Yes He's a Lucky Dog
i.J Much presently disappeared from the room, way would extend along the timbre) ,

: o Efficiency his head wagging pitifully for about a mile from Garcon I Gainesville.-Although there la xI

Constance bit her lips Point then would turn south and always considerable Interest In :F

< V./Wall M.iy 1 venture to ask your jump Pensncola Bay to Kedflsh Florida regarding palms, the in-

BY E .J. ""i C. Ra/n plans?" she Inquired )Paint At Uedflsh Point 'the end tereHt In them Is grtater following I Cl

.,; "Certainly They are simple To of the bridge would Intersect a the Florida hurricane of last Sep +

w BEGIN:' JII.KK; TOI>.VI I only one log on the flr" It save/ make It brief my plans are to put. ( highway already provided for by tember. As a result, the horticulture x,

t JOHN' W. IIHOnKK, hnrd>vnrfnnnufn wood That will do your father's household 'on an economic the Bunt KOHU county bond issue department of the I Kxperlm -

., .. ... n.,1 wldnrmnitrd ..... "OM I If the butler woe frozen Into nnIrnrpe that on basis which that hid. hardware will coi respond establish to which will strike the Gulf Const nt Station IK receiving many inquiries
with Krftniimr: nn of "blank an"zcm..nt. tho some"
Corporation, I.Imltt-il, merit Is now operated I may say Highway west. of Floroxa regarding palms. Fortunately g
\\IM equally, true of the Brookes< e
to Ink aver llif ninnnwiMntff | chans. that these plnns are also hl". hut the It 'has been stated that the tellcbnrgetl material for a bulletin on t
bile liouNi-holil. lip I.nv.atown Thc\ sat rigid In their staring
without Informing hi. at II (ledge :( was tho fircrnoplHhmtnt of them has. been would, he fixed at no palms had been prepared by liar
y ."... Frown children, C'.n.rnnrr, I confusion of Constance.anlHhorl turned over entirely to ma I shall raid Mo wry, assistant hortlculturlHt -
'iK'inlzlntr moro than one dollar per car regardless -
o Wllllnm unit '"..'. ..t bin plun. of coursa expect your cooperation.
I II. In=I>'..:, iriclcncr, en..l.. I \ the diabolical Rice of her of the number of passengers and this bulletin has recently
flier, ....,....... to the jiih. nrrlv. I brother and ulster. emotion "And If wo should 'locllno to coopernter" It. come from the prexs. 3 r+
) .. at the 1I..k.. ..,nn.l..nnnd touched them save that of .up<:rhl'
The bulletin contains hints on
.... .
hreakn nra In the aurprlard e a
trl<.. Ill. trPflpntlnlN I tl\o aMnmtthmcnt That Is an impossible contingency I. the propagation; fertilization, and
?u provpd Krnuln II...... Jc.ln. the It rcmaltiod for Dllly] to recoVorffiniM. State Chamber of j I culture: of tho different tipecles. It
family at dlnn.... Ire trim f<. .h Constant and her brnthor exchanged Commerce predicted\ u year ago!
m make It furhl-r'a plpitr Hint ppprpHpntritlVf hit I* tbprpihplr I \hat-wh"t the Mujc'B do you glances, and both of them thut Florida, within the ensuing' I Is Illustrated with pictures of a
large number of the species found
ill thjt' he dcinandixlThnt.
I nnd riprpMNpa the hope that looked at Alice Mere was a fool whoh'1 two or threo years would begin to
...... I ." HaM, "Is growing Florida The descrlp-.
they will n be krpnly Inlrr- ] ledge quietly a 1 rushed In where an angel, feur'd face the keenest competition inhistory 1??
)Ir'} t eared In the txprrlmrnt.NOW I klml'-r-iarl'-n )onion In clflclency to tread where over JnhnV for vacationists' settlers I lion of each variety gives the sections 9 ..
i" KO OS WITH Tilt STMItlTJlXPKni.MCNT' "Voi mean that you are going tn I IJrocike. hardware magnate, often of the state to which this Tr yA* ,
and IndusrtleH and Information
: : The J:. "?..k'! r to= w ','ki.d with circumspection' i variety U adapted and where It
"""linK man, you ar. ticK.nnlng to reaching It recently Indicates", the j
t WA looked Int'-rf-st'-d What' sort "When I may that I expect your will grow
the fiamewoik of Idea"J launched.The .
get nn battle! IH being/
y of an experiment ('0 "Irrntlon." contlnu-'i, :Mr. ledge[ Those Interested In beautlflca-
at the wirllestiHHlble
Out It Mr. H..kc wan nu.ire of tlir-, In n lens formal tone "I mny bay state must llou work of which palms are to
Interest I can easily how. vou why Wit ", moment, provide funds
he did not nl that/ dm.' irnitl form a part should write to the
should Tho science of to be utilized in advertising and
fy operate
curlOHlty Instead.' h<- hram'hr-d I Experiment Station at Gainesville a
oft Into things tlmter"> vitnt things that ordinary, folks Sulk/ cI l'n"y if a f.isrlnntlng one. It posICKHCS declares) At the present time and for a free copy of this bulletin,

about. lie wns a fAt h.r "good talker strong elements of romanc.." for several years past the deportment which Is Number. 184. ,

yet he did not do nil the talking He Y Alice's< eyes woie a hypnotic stnre. of agriculture has had an JIF:11flItY .. lrel to
managed to 1.nllho Brookes Into !It. Your father although an unho- annual appropriation of $50,000 IN : ""C.SU :MRS + s A ,
and presently they found !'hpmxi.... ni (lever recently became Interest In A. McKINMCY: t t
for publicity but the sum baa been
Conversing with this ntrnnxr persona It. I may now say that he Is a s
so small ax to cause little more
r though he were aclWliy' a familiar
v strong advocate Ills business hall Dear father and mother have gone
: member of the houm-hold. been completely reformed. hail a ripple upon the surface In from earth
the national field The state chamber -
Dinner wan proceeding with a ton> '
Was there anything the matt'rwith To live with Christ through endless -
Ithlng ease Hilly hiul thawed to Ihe"I It?" demnml) Billy. went on record at the In-
point where he took up his favorite i fiviT two hundred thousand dot- ventory Congress at Palm Beach ;
.5; amusement of tensing his slaters Inti!' worth of annual waste" said last April as favoring an annual lu Heaven above with angels", fair: "hi! .U Si d. Mini I d.ia.! I'al." N r)w fled by n Long ntrl t

"By tho way, Connie," ho naked, Mr: Hedge promptly. "\Vo do not state appropriation of $300,000 'flley'l'ver\ dwell In Cloy there.We H\ilii' i rim\.l::,. III"IL mid !he ha, n rhaufTeur and a I1 i n't at his

"have you dada letter there" know unfortunately, tho annual for state publicity work under the know they beckon us to come disposal every il.iy Ari 1 alien on the I I"n1 114 show U.4 good

I "hl,\ She produced the letter, and her waste of his household but I under- direction of the department of ag To live with them In that Blest -'Ilse by inaichi3 I a frleml of Miss Jiaiie Douglas
..j" brother read It with, solemn face. stand that no accounting hula been home:

hp! .I "Down hiro It says, "Tiuat him as kept, Howov.. that will be rem; riculture. been And when the tolls of life are o'er, .
qtr, you would me.V quoted. Billy. died, I should judge from a very The state chamber has just We'll, \ meet them t then oa Canaan's
There waa a look of quiet amuse casual Inspection, that anything up advised that the Massachusetts\
i mont on Hedgo's face. l lr to a fifty: per cent saving may bo legislature create a state publicity shore.O We can charge 0
'. Well, don't Connie?" do. father and mother dear, It won'tbe your
why you, 1 achieved. In any event, the work board and appropriate $75,000 annuallY Y YES HKS
manded her brother will bo one of great Interest." for Its use. The sum seems long
"I-I don't quite understand," .hew I Until we Join thee In that throng;; 0
= II 'I he iron of th- household< had an small In comparison with the pro- STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .
;:: l stammered I angry xclnmatlon on his. lips' but posed $300,000 Florida advertls- With Jesus and the angels dwell

,,' There was n flush on her cheeks Constance checked him with a sign. log fund but the chamber points And never kinw a sad farewell.
r partly anger, partly confusion.' Soma Sho was thinking rnplillv. Insttnc- of New- We'll\ meet them In the by and by,
that the whole England -
'-1 I thing was coming Kite knew, nhe.could lively she felt that the time was one out Mid !scenes of blips beyond the sky.
havo annihilated her brother."Don't could be lost In a half dozen
;if/ for cautionIf
To sing praises evermore s&ke
.',r. understand echoed' the lliorwas to boa 1 bntllo., It would Where all will be o'er.
our Borrows
... J demon "Well, 3011 know how you be nc'-CBHitiy' to make tli' customary the Massachusetts movement is
S, I Iwnys treated fattier when ho eat roconnalHsancts. Sue !md carried only one of a group. The plan In I Mrs. Cora. Edmondson.

I 1v; .' down at the table." ftlth her the tiny bit of pasteboard general Is for all of the New England Lakeland.-Atlantic Coast Line
Constance was blushing furiously whIch tho visitor handed her In the the
vl states to enter publicity
establish here.
roalruad to hospital
." i Of course she knew! It was her Invariable o, Ibiary now she picked it up from field co-operative basis and
on a
,: 4 .cu,tom to klnn John W // the table( and glanced at It Idly. It I
? settlers
.:W' Brooke on top of his expnnMva baldhead 1 / vas merely a play for time but tho to scour the country for new tona Beach and Seabreeze as one

')'. Sho blushed at the memory of successor of John W IM-ooke was Indusrtles and vacationists nunlclpallty' consolidation having
e l' this, and the blushed anew lit lh prompt In turning tho trifling incident during the summer months. been effected January 1, 1926. J. R. DAVIS & CO.

7N't r memory of her salutation to ledge ....7'03"o" to account. The experience of the state of The City Commission, with experience
/N: back In the library when, before she "If you will note my card." ha< Maine last year was the prime Incentive gained during 1926 In

had glanced up from her, mntiazJne "Horace do realize timid "you will see that It Is about for the New England mind has adopted a budget for
phi thought he was her father you one.half the o.elot the customary
t" movement. The Florida State 1927 with the total of $243,681 INSURANCEAGENCY
'' For an (Instant aka contemplatedflight. thnt you waste too much' business caid That saves piper.<
t that there Is Chamber has learned that the $80- lose than that of last year. The
She dared not look across the energy? You will note no superfluous I
''Yet\ table. whvro sat tho person who was -Mr' and that the Christian 000 advertising appropriation by 1926 budget was $1.010,380/ while

lr' to be treated according to the Injunction 'There was an Instant of silence In name Is represented by an Initial. the Maine leglalaure last year that for 1927 la $766,705. ESTABLISHED 1886
,':, of her father. Alice suppressed the dining-room, while Hedge placidly That saves ink and typo. A similar brought Into the state a summer
we a giggle; Billy was grinning stirred his coffee. Ills amazing saving Is represented by the letter.'E. tourist business which resulted In

t Jt If Hedge was laughing, she would outbreak over tho Inefficiency of E..' which serve adequately to the pending of approximately $50- Pr. I I'' STARKE FLA.
t: die. Horace subsided as rapidly.* it designate the nature of my business 000,0000 there by the vacation- parforaAccccIdenta
.,', But Hedge was not touching. lie nrose. He had relapsed Into a satisfied The entire card Is supplied at a
cent reduction over the ists. Powder .
calm. fortytwo-per Liquid
_; did not appear to be conscious of the
dire confusion of Conntan.-. "Are we to understand" begun cost of the average business card. Fred Valz one of the represen- TIN N_FuwafulAmlimftlaFor
was regarding the butler with a Constance coldly "that our father The mAtter mav seem trilling; In tatives In the next legislature from Cut, Wound.. Dura and
cold glare. told! you-" reality It Is Important. It U a primary Duval county has announced that Bruise SottfryCorpenlng's

't. '"Come here!" he commended railIng "Your father told me nothing I step In scientific management he will sponsor an advertising appropriation -
,; 'But what do's E. E. mean?" Drag Store Get Your
.. an Imperative finger. have never seen him. asked Constance studying the bill and that he already Money Promptly
2 The butler approached. "Never saw him! Yet you mean to Is Investigating various me-
"Your name' Horace Isn't It?" say that he sent you here?" penurious. Ffl.clenrv/! rap Unglnccr| ff pasteboard thods by which funds may be raised Keep Fit! HAROLD. C. WALLINSURANCE

',,:' "Why-yes, sir" "lie made full arrangements with "It would seem" she observed .
"t. "Then listen Horace. I've been the company of which I am a repre critically, "that your card requires a S Qood Health Require QOOd Elimination.
watching Do realize that "The
you. you sentatlvo. replied Mr. Hedge. .
( you waste from thirty.five to forty Economy and Eftlcl'Ticy CorporoUon.1.lmlt..d verbal explanation The General Land Office at
the uninformed: replld Represents the Bert Leading insurance Companies
f"f t' per cent of energy every time you' Wo have recently effected "Possibly-to: "Evt0 conversaion Washington wants to know the TO be well, you must keep
!.t, walk from that door to tho, table?" a reorganization of his business We Mr Hedge than so.( and exact lay of the land of the old blood stream free from FIRE. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTCMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY
Is cheaper paper
., The voice of Hedge was rasping have In his absence, now been placed Ink. You now understand what E. E, townslte and military reservation impurities. If the kidneys lag ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
."" Horace's lower jaw sagged slowly. In charge of his. household" It will never he neccsitary for of St. Marks and to this end has allowing body poisons to
.,,. "In the first place" continued "And you actually propose to live means; duilnic the accumulate a toxic condition
Florida to
again to
to Inquire Bent engineer
\.' t: Hedge rmphoilsing: his remarks here?" you. natural life Hut In 1* created. One is apt to feel
;. with Incisive gestures, "you take a "I am living here' responded Mr. period of your It -co8Siry make a complete re-survey the dull languid tired and achy.A .
.;(/ longer route than Is nece.nary Take (Hedge sipping hie coffee "You the same period Knglnwer'were In full Florida State Chamber of Com- nagging: backache is sometimes -

''il a direct route-so-and you save must learn to separate) a fact from to print all similar'Efficiency cards the expense In merce has learned. The last sur- a symptom, with drowsy

,It.-I. three nt.-ps" Lengthen vour stride a mere Intention My Immediate personal on and Ink would doubtless run vey was conducted In 1858 but the headaches and dizzy spells.
,F; and you nave two aililillonnl. .. stepsLet effects I brought with me. My paper Into thousands of dollars, to say surveyors failed to place perma- That the kidneys are not functioning REDUCED RATES
r me .ee you step out. There' You trunk will bn here In the morning. nothing of the time and cot ol composition Dent monuments and locations are : properly is often shown
'" see It can he done-. There. are two By the way Horace did you take my It would be vt economic helter-skelter. The federal gov- by burning or scanty passage:
i( equally slmrt routes I In which the trip to Mr Drnoke's room of secretion. If you have reason BLUE BUS LINES
it.. table mn\ be Opproll'h,1lIl'rnll'| The butler shook Mil head speech fallacy unmlstakablo note of ernment was not In the development to suspect improper kid
I 1 them. It fn\es the rntVulk' hint' not yet returned to him enthusiasm In the voice of Mr business when It ney functioning, try Doan'3
",.' faster It 11:1,1: turndown 'l>o .so at nn.'" or chart' it to hf Hedge plan a city at St. Marks, but It Pillf-a tested stimulant diu To JACKSONVILLE $1.60
;t' those Mr i d"n. I shill occupy Mi Urooke's did before the Civil War what retic. Users praise them GAINESVILLE
They're.. mn' .'. NF\T; riUPTF.Rl Scientific n ..- many developers have done in recent throughout: the United State. -
J .c ttk I'y "t" ,Ine.1 it Conntnnc and naemrnl, antler II... years-laid out a city with Ak: your neighbor OCALA $2.15 .

..' TAMPA $5.90
: boulevards, canals streets, etc.
territory concerned have made It The only thing It missed was a P1 LSIIaJ -
DO Tickets and Information at C08PENING DRUG STORE
plain that they do not begrudgethe golf course.

toll charged by the highway $ .astir ..
II fl 1 State Chamber Commerce corporation, because the buildingof The municipal government of ....._Ca.Ws.Cao..Deg.4.H.Y,.

the road was a gigantic task Daytona Beach pratlced economy --

and before It. construction all during 1926. and ended the year
i traffic moved by water, but they with unspent appropriations of

A meeting of the general membership vllle, and n. It!. Traynor Vice- claim the country Is developingto $92,690 the Florida State Chamber -

:,.f.J. of the 'lol'ldl8tllh Chamber president of the I. E. Schilling Bach an extent a free highway of Commerce has been advises

'h I of Commerce on !March 28, Company of Miami. la becoming a necessity.. Motorists It was the first year of operatingthe

;*I' probably at Orlando, will take the Hernandez, according to the I using Conner's highway pay triple cities of Daytona Day- e 'r Fr ) }
;y ta
J" place this year of the annual conference I charges, represented himself an toll on the basis of two cents per l

o which" win held In Palm treasurer of the Florida Independent mile for passenger cars and one Q

Beach In 1125 tail 1926. the !Executive I Citrus Grower Association cent per mile for each passenger, ; 'J9'k > ,
C'onimlttce of the Stated with headquarters at Tampa and Including the driver. The toll\ for UNABLE TO WALK It ,

Chamber decided at a meeting held 1 1 Is .said to have stated In northernnewspaper car and driver on thin basin, therefore .

I Monday at Po.. City advertising that he Is $ 1.50 for the fifty miles

The membership meeting will would sell boxes of fruit containing S r r a WITHOUT HELPNow A of eye

: be held In connection with the 200 fancy oranges for $6.50, Jefferson Thomas, one of the garage '..
regular quarterly mooting of the freight prepaid within a radiusof best known newspaper and advertising

ou board directors.\ Ordinarily. the 1.000 miles lie Is also said to men In ,Florida, has been '

l_, I March mooting of the hoard U luivc claimed financial backing of named! Seiretary-Maimger: of the perfectly well after II .. a .t C/ your own j I

t held on the first :Monday of the $1(10,000( and to have available LeesburR Chamber of Commerceto t

month, which. would he !March 1. a crop of oranges In I'lnellas Polk succeed. 0. Scheltlin. who has simple\ home treatment I 4u.y
this year but the .commit." voted ,slid lllllxboroiiKh counties worth resigned after holding time position Have you thought about building a garage I

a' to postpone it until the 28th and $5.000,000.: / a number of >.ears.Construction All the from Ireland. McKenna of your own ? Or does the expense the bother

,, to 'hold a joint lII..etlnot/ the The Investigation whlih" preceded S of St. Patrick's way House Kilmainham, ;. of planning and supervising seem too dis- I

,board and membership the arrest. of Hernandez developed of a ooncrete toll Dublin sends this report of a remark- couraging?

3 The Orlando Chamber of Commerce he hud. no groves nor brldgu between live and, six milesIn ably quick and! complete recovery

u; will dedicate Us new $200- contracts with !growers and had length between Peiisacolii amid from an acute attack of eeillt I..n. That's where we come in. Building prob- ]
000 headquarters' building Home- not made\ arrangements to fill orders "I was very bail with sciatica In
the Santa Rosa peninsula across lems
specialty. in
i are our Stop and talk your
t' time In March and luis Invited, the received and that the total Escnmbla and Pensncola. Pays by my hips and legi and wits" to ''
assistance he writes ideas with We'Ushow
walk without over
us. you plans-discuss
board of directors, of the state amount of Invested In limo
F money the Alfred! I. dti Punt Interests IB and \
I "I took a friend's advice got a o
9 chamber to hold its iiu.irtcHy venture wan $ II! spent for .stamps In prospect' according to reportsto bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and am materials, financing,economy short-cuts.

meeting that month In Its city. and stationery. It also. developedthat the 'lo'ltIStale: Chamber of now perfectly/ wdl." '
'i Hernandez'. alleged backer .AIl And we'll insure you A-l workmanship.
r Commerce from; Pensncola., The Sloan's gets results because It
The advertising. promotion and, had. no money and that he and his project would Involve an expenditure II| doesn't just di'adin the nerves. It We know all the contractors in town and

Industrial censorship commlttem 'associate. were employed In a coal of more than $2,500,000.) I nelpa the body to throw oil the cause can recommend the one who's best suited to

u of the Florida, State Chamber of and wood yard In Tampa. The object In construction of i, of the pain: L> stirring up the body'sown your needs.

1 Commerce has been r r the bridge;, would be to afford a I Fat curative it on lightly.\powers.No need to rub. Don't Mini of ta at poop'. from shoe you'

t1 In effecting the arrest of Charles. | Throughout the ICvorglades; ; short route between Pvnsucolu and It is the medicine itself that does the I merely' buy lumber. Our ,imic it broad Afpful -
1 P. Hernandez, of Tampa by postal county about the northern and the Scenic, or Gulf Const highway I work. It will give relief at once to iovm all your' building problems W For. a 100%; roof

i Inspectors on charge. of using eastern shores' of Luke Ukeochobee I Il the mate road projected from pain swelling, stillness, inflammation. altos you' plata and samples of material*-ktlf call our ROOFING SERVICE DEPARTMENT
the malls to defraud. The rom- I l sentiment Is growing for purchase Fort Myers around the rim of the! Get a bottle to-lay and have it on you' ttrp tout down-put you i in touch with;
1- mlttee IB composed of C!I. C. Carr. i of Conners Highway by the state Gulf to Penaacolu. band. All druggists-35 cents. contractor m* know art ntiablt ffe. carry the genuine Barrett Asphalt SlrmglaI

k St. Petersburg, Chairman ; J. A. or the counties. which are traversed -I The proposed bridge would be

4' Crlltln. president of the )Exchange; by It. with 'IIIHe'llIl.'nt< lifting' fifteen feet above mean high water I

National Dank Tampa; Cary A. tot the toll assessed against: traffic i with R roadway thirty feet In SloansLiniment

Hardee. president of the First National cording to Information received, width. It would be built across JONES LUMBER &' SUPPLY CO.

Hank, of Live Oak ; Arthur by the ,Florida State Chamber of tCNcumblu Bay above the deep Water I I

II. Perry, President of the Florida Commerce from OkcecJiobee City section from a point In somewhere -

a National- Bank, of Jackson- and Cniial Point Resident of the In the neighborhood of Gull KILLS PAIN) STARKE, FLORIDA




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1" Polk City.-Members of the I I the car in which she was riding I throughout the country warrant the forecast that )
Polk County Press association which was driven by II Hartley, ( : ,

held their regular quarterly meet [lof South Jacksonville, collided 1927 will be a good business year. While there is a 'I
ing here at Polk City this afternoon with another auto on the St. Augustine :;'

-! the sessions being held at road near Loretta. She recession from the
slight general commodity price :
1'. Wayside lodge. j was taken to her home Immediately It

e e eSt after the accident. level of 1926 the absence of credit inflation will

Augustine, Jan, 24,-Police e a e .
are Reaching today for a thief who I Ocala-Plans for the next state f. make this recession easy of absorption and there
last night broke into an engineer's meeting of the Florida division 'f

office on Davis Shores, and escaped :''Spanish-American War Veterans, does not appear to be any reason
with several hundred dollars I 11,0 be held here !May 10 to 13, are "I

worth of surveyor's instruments. already under way.V.. L. Grayof should not move along smoothly
C e a Eustls, department aide, to If

Tallahassee--Governor John W. Commander. I). Mallard, was year. I
| Martin today received notice of the ,here to discuss a tentative pro- 9, ,,,vr 4 j
death at Crestvlew this morning gram and Commander Dullard and

I of George II. Webb tax assessor !;Ills staff will come later to com- This is especially true of our own
for Okaloosa county. The chief plete arrangements r i

executive will not appoint .a- suc- S e e cality, where we have not been called .,
:- censor for several days Palatka. Announcement has
i been made of the sale of $1,250- heavy losses from the elements

f Orlando.-An all-states festival 000 serial bond for the construction No .Mrtiimry louatei m Hi Is muih-feutheretl one lie 1
...;,, will be given in Orlando some of a system of lateral highways /; Judged rlolmPton' In the bud-corhin clues 'in the Dostol poultry wan allow ni, classes are disposed to operate on
time In February, according to ant' connecting with the main and is valued at $'it'0
announcement made by \V. T. A. state arteries by F. J. Fearnside, I conservative basis. 'I:

Webb, director of tourist activities chairman of the board of bond I Robert Drayton of St. Cloud who mous health clown paid the Fort '
t' of the urlando Chamber of Com trustees of district 7. The bonds ,was shot In the abdomen yester- fierce schools a visit Friday morn I

merce. which bear 5 1-2 per cent Inter dny by Peter Morgan contractorof ing. Ills first ten minutes before Of especial interest to our farmers
e e est were purchased at par by the : that city was described at the the school was devoted to antics
Fort Pierce-T. II D. Grlmttj C.V.. McNalr Company of Chicago 'Orange/; General hospital this mornIng characteristic of the clown of circus formation that in spite of the high
of the Unled States public health as "fair." !Mrs Drayton was day This amused the chil-

j: service with offices in Biloxi, shot when she attempted to quiet dren greatly Strict attention to prevailing during the past season
Miss., will arrive In Fort Pierce Fernandlna.-Three of the na- an argument said to have taken all the clown had to say was paid
'< within the next few weeks to Investigate val seaplanes on the way down the place between Morgan; and his wife by tho children and they thoroughly increased only four per cent over that
i\i the salt marshes here East In which he Is alleged to have enjoyed Ills visit The visit of
Coast to the at
) and decide the best means of eradicating Guatanamo were unable to takeoff I threatened his wife with .a re- this world famous clown and increase is far short of early
the mosquito volver. health promoter was made possible
e e and from the the mother-ship harbor here stayed today be-, e e e by efforts of the county nurse the hog raising industry with fine

Tampa.-C. R. Gibson of Richmond hind with them.NeceRllary Tallahassee.-The oyster properties !Miss !Mary P. Lloyd and has been
Va., l Is In Tampa lookingfor repairs seemed to William Lee Popham of an event in the lives of Fort I other year of good profits. The
his "hiking spouse," Mrs. Edith have been made this afternoon. Apalachicola who Is now servinga Plerco school children which, It I
Mae Gibson, 18 years old, who, however as the planes flew about four-year term in the Atlanta is believed will prove highly Instrumental also somewhat on the up-grade. A policy."I

he said, left Richmond January 3 over the harbor for a time late* in federal prison for using the malls in helping general
with a younger companion on a the day. to defraud have passed Into the :, health conditions sows well cared for and a few head ik

hike to Florida. e hands of a newly organized association U S e .
),, e Tallahassee. Approximately by court decree, it was announced University of Florida Gaines finished off next fall in a corn and s
Lakeland.-The mayor of Lake. here. The new organization ville.-Plan* are under way for
land has appointed a committee to schools 4,500 children have been of enrolled West Florida In bird Is headed by J. W. Bradford, holding/; the Florida road conference should bring results that would

confer with the city officials of of Plant City; E. E. Hall, of February 15 and 11)), under
clubs to II. G.
study according
Ray City In regard to a cooperation McGowan, who Is working co-op- Tampa vice president, and W. C. the auspices of the general extension forget all about the boll weevil.
between the two cities in regard -
Hardy of Apalachicola treasurer division and college/; of engl
eratively with the Sttae Department
Ii to light and power exten- S S "
I sions. The members of the committee of Game and Fresh Water Ida. We have wonderful
t Fish and he Audubon Society In Ilelray.-A street paving pro- opportunities
L. II. E.
L. Patten
-are Department will nttent the' conference -
the dub Mr. Mc- gram Including three and a half
Brown and S\V.e L. e Miller.Tallahassee. e Gowan organizing returned recently from the miles of paved .streets and nine mid according/; Major R. Bradford County. All we need do is =
miles of sidewalks l has been C. Riley director of the general
western section of the state,
.--With the coming extension division, there will bea opportunity that seems to best fit
where he has been busy with the l by the city council of Del- our
of 1927, the Florida historical number of features of Interest
enrollments. ray and will be advertised for bids.
Society, an organization created e e e e This action is the culmination ofa to the general/; public as well usengineers and facilities and follow it up
tor the purpose of perpetuatingthe and road builders. The
concerted request on the part of
St. Augustine.-The Junior
state's early history anniversary Is observing -- High School Glee club is a new organization the citizens for further municipal purpose of the conference is to tering and idle hands mean idle
Its seventy-first effect a general get-together/
: improvements. The paving provides -
according to an issue of the which Is making remarkable Interested l In road weeds but weeds.
along musical rocked streets with surface meeting/; those mean--- ---nothing
Quarterly, the society's official const. ruet 1011.
lines under the direction of W. V. treatment for many of the outlying -
publication.S e e Jarret, principal who has a line /; sections of the dly. One street -.-- --
singing voice, and a good I idea of Included In Northwest Second, Wliut's the mutter with Florida
Jacksonville.' -Three men werefounl \ which will lead directly to the boef? Ituet! niilnials are allowed
teallnlThere/; are thirty-five
guilty of first degree murder new Seaboard station.Tallahassee. to grow tough for two or three
recommendation of young folks In the glee club, and
without mercy S e e e ji-ai-s' Instead of I'IIIkllIOl/ ] when
by a circuit court jury tonight in there are regular club practices nix months to old
-State Treasurer they arc a year
twice week Tho folks BANK
of a young THE OF
connection with the slaying have appeared with great successat 'J. C, Liming has been appointed l and Htlll tender., There In more
Mrs. Mary McMillan who was different times In the school, chairman of the committee on assets profit In killing/ '...n oung
.1 t killed with an axe In her Jacksonville and l other entertainments of Insurance companies of There in no Hubslitiile for (
home lust August 1. S s the National Convention of Insur- I IkOllllJ'
.4 The verdict carries the death ance Commissioners according to I In CIr<'tJlt Gnat niniiUi' Thin Hank is run o/i safety first
Tallahassee,-Rufim Chesser Circa' Urnilfoul c'muity, Slate of
penalty. Clay county youth, sentenced to a letter received by Mr. Lulling/ Florida" Jn Chancery
S e e S
Tho ofllclal has also been liuitlfurcl County Hank, a coiporatlon. !
I Florida
Mario Cutayar, Arcadian die for killing! his sweetheart Sally -
will be electrocuted named a member of the commit- .yom..lnln..ntIonnla
fort njyles _.
has applied .
i during the week of February 14. tees on accident and health, fidelity ,:; I
another patent on his synthetic Only the state pardoning board and surety unauthorized Insurance Crawford I ftnUanlH.i al., Farm real csute values In tho iim-ttHsitry us good euro for good companled by Inspection certificate
stone readlcut houses. The new and business, I Fure,'laaerr of "Mortfltnic. United States .averaged about :3D tenth lags. Do not palronUe: a firm or
can now save young Chesaer, a unfinished IX Till NAMI'", UK TIIIU HTATI3 ..
will make the mass OF -- -- --- --
invention production of the national association. Mr. per> cent lower on !March 1, 1U2U! Individual who offers uninspected
lad of 19. The state KI.OHIUAVhfitait .
of the material practlcable. supreme Liming/ who Is, ex-olllclo Insurance : \ It npppitrlnir by nlTMavItnpiiumJcrl than on March 1. 1920), accordingto When buying/ ornamental or plants. for sale,
the : : :
t It is the eleventh patent Mr. court already has affirmed to the bill of Complaint' ,In fruit plants, one Is taking' /; chance CSt --- -
commissioner of Florida by the United Slateslepurtmed
a report
judgment of the circuit court for thi above stated cause that J.I..
Cutayar has applied for In connection and later denied a served as president of the national f'olt cr.miRny, a corporation on.. of of Agriculture. that bin own place and tho community Augustine. Construction tostart
stone-house building Clay county the flniVmlniitN' therein, named In a
with his petition for leave to apply to the body In 1924 and 1925.Miami. mtn-reftld of Iho Hints of "Kloriila ----- III which ho liven will bn soon on new Ice plant of r.

material. lower court for a writ of coram a e and*liixx or nn nut aifunt have a In place the Htata of IjuxlneM of- Good foods such as milk, vegetables subjected to Herlous plant pests Florida Power ft Light Company
Odell Par- nobis. The board of pardons 1 Is ..-Six naval seaplanes at Florida.. nn<1 thorn IN no ono In I h.. fruit and wane cereal, are unless all plant nought are ac- liure.
Jacksonville.- the head of a squadron of twenty- Stare: of Klurlila, thu Norvlno of anulpoenn
nil that l Is left.
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rott 307 Washington street, received U"" "" whom would bind l t
S e live aircraft flying from Newport thft nand 'lufondant, anil that HH
painful lacerations about O..lando.-The condition of Mrs. News, Va., en route to Guantanamo .print.Ipal pinrrt of hunlmfN and plantof
the face yesterday afternoon when orporntlon. In In thft Htnte of TilE GREAT AM Kit'1C AN HOME
Ray Cuba, landed on Rlscaynebay New In tho -ty| of New ij
at 12CO: o'clock today. The York; ..- f. ordnrod: that
sold.. not)-resld' ...nt defendant. be andIt
----------------------1 planes were sighted/; fifteen minutes I In hereby: rAqulrcd to nppear to the
earlier and cruised over the bill of complaint: I I nlad In Hall rniiHn
on or bi'foia Monday the 7th day
buy-shore before alighting. They of brilnry, A. u. 11127 lit Stark, Yew cowe. AND
were met by speedboats bearing Florida. nthi-rwlHe a decree' pro-con- r
f*HMo will be entered nttalnnt mnl>l
officers! of the local naval
reserve non-rfHldont defendant nd the nlIiKatlonn '
unit and by blasts from the whistled of the mild' bill of roinplitlnt .- AND
of the U. S. S. Sandpiper, ten- .. non-renld will tiff.. taken. defendant AM confessed whli hvMaid 'liIn TH' ONES THAT
der ship of the squadron which a bill seeking to foreclose a rnort- SUFFER Nor YOUONNA / I'M
docked here late yesterday. KIIKO over an IntoroKt held. by the &-6-BUT X < NIP THIS COLD! I
.hauls d.*...r'' therein find to CA n- *
S e 0 e ....drfendant l.onnl (Crawford In the TELL YA KATIE,( IN TH' BUIUNOERSTAND!
Daytona Reach.-Recording another <,! the Judgement lien of the said. AIN'T SICK ENOUGH T'
nnn-reKldtnt defendant airalnvt the ?
victory In the campaign of said I Ijonnli Crawford no far aH the TA e CASTOR OIL,AN* CASTOR OIL/
the Association of Chambers of name. IK a linn upon nand. .. lands.It .
,In further ordered that thinorder BESIDES THIS IS JUST f HEi I'M GOMAJA
Commerce of the Florida East be published once a week for
Coast of which David Sholtz Day four ronsnrutlve! w ekK In the
Uradford County: Teleicraph a weekly EYEFUL O'
tona Beach, l is president, for mak newnpapnr publlKhmt' In Btarke
Ing the East Coast Transportation Uradforn County, Florida I Got HOLDIM' POP'S NOSE'U' /
Now Open Canal navigable from Jackson Thin JlLnu..rYoI&.1'd;,;lt.rks.

ville to Miami, President Coolidge Olllrlat Seal). Clerk Circuit Cuurt.Knhl .
,, .
Mt Knight Htarke, Flu.Hollclton
Friday signed the rivers and harbors tor Complainant
bill, which contains an appropriation 1-7-61-2-4 I
of (4,221,000 for this e
project. appropriation according -
Repair work given personal attention of J. to the board of army engineers I COI.DS, AND THE: KM'
will give the canal a widthof To break up a cold overnight or

P. Gatlin formerly with Register Motor Co., 75 feet and depth of eight feet ,to cut short an attack of grippe. I ,.n .J
from northern to southern extreme Influenza sore throat or tonsllltls, v

of Starke, and Florida Wills St. Claire Co., of ity. S 'I physicians and druggists are now I H
recommending Calotabs the purified -

r Jacksonville. Live Oak.-An organization of and refined calomel compoun,1tablet i
Suwannee county citizens l III being that gives you the effectsof
planned having for its object the calomel and salts combined
promotion of the nOR tate canal. without the unpleasant effects of
In view of the fact that the new either. .L :

Expert Repairing Quick Service rivers and harbors bill provides One or two Calotabs at bedtime U
for a preliminary survey of such a with a swallow of water'-I I, %
canal. It l Is expected that the new that's all. No salts, no -
survey will take practically the nor the alUhtest Interference with'
same route as two past surveys fora your eating work or pleasure 1vI ,

ALL WORK GUARANTEEDOn cross-state canal, namely to Include Next morning your cold ban van
a large part of the Suwannee ished your system Is thoroughly I '
river from its source to Dow- purified and you are feeling fine -
]ling/; Park, this county and run with a hearty appetite for break,
with the Suwannee river within fast. Eat what you please,-no -
Highway In North Starke seven to twenty miles from Live danger. ABOUT THIS 1'TIME
Oak. Get a family package, conaln-
S e e Ing full directions, only 35 cents. of YEAR- -.

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28. 1027 's
P.'OR Fovn .. .
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: I to mash hla thumb However, requests that we publish the let- Mrs. A, II. Freeman and Mn. I
I He'll sell you goods In car load lots In nineteen hundred twentyfiveEach wall :
-- find It worthy of our paper W F. McAteer, of Ocala, stoppedIn I
With trifles He'll not mince. one was Just aa much alive. he finally got the nail driven In ter If we
nut now In twenty-six, and seven and with much trembling and tottering ; to be perfectly frank we don't Starke for a short visit whileen

BRADFORD Hazel la a doctor's child, They're sending up their prayers hung the picture on it. think It's worthy but we would route from Ocala to Jackson
Llght-licartwd and gay is she !,I! to heaven. They want to get a confederateflag hate to hurt poor Muddle's feel- ville Wednesday Mrs. Freemanwas

HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL She: can do anything, from dance :'Each one hopes that he will pan to put up there with the I Ings, as he, .she, or It, or what joined In Jacksonville by her

InK, ''If he doesn't 'twill be his last! American flag which they now hate you evidently spent hours of daughter, Mrs. L. A. Yates of
i 'I' EUGENE< MATTHEWS GRACE WOOD To climbing up a tree. I have. painful effort in the composition Tallahassee, and they proceeded

r '.., J3dltor-In-Chl Associate Editor Full of mischief they've always The eighth grade is also collectng cf It. So: here goes: to Manning, S. C., where their son
4. d WlUiUR MARSHBUUN VIHfJlXIA WEEKS Really I'm getting tired of this | been.Accepting, quite a library Starke, Fla. and brother, Edwin Freeman wee

''a, Athletic Editor Publicity ,Editor ,, ." And maybe you are too; punishment with a grin. e e Jan 21, 1927. married ThursdaysI'endacola.Frisco

'r. x --- Hut no long list would be com No class has.e'er such spirit possessed Everybody seemed to be writ- Bradford High School Journal,

;.". {$ SENOR TRinrTKS A man both quirk and strong. pleteVilhout. | ; Ing poetry lately BO we decided to Mr. Eugene Matthews, Editor. ( railroad erecting -
'. % A few weeks ago the senior class A star athlete Is Cecil, here, \ [telling Mary's woe I[ Each loyal one Is full of zest. try our hand at It. Let's see- Dear Mr. Matthews: shops here In northwestern

l'' .was assigned the task/ of writing And wo praise. him loud and She claims she cannot see through And best of all, they like each how la this: For some time, I've waited with part of city .

'tlributes to themselves This may long. this I other. "My feet-they're big-slipped on expectancy the arrival of the new
Ll'e8bllrg.-Amerlcan Legion to.
; 'fdcem a little egotistical at first, Joseph, too, plays basket halt As to understanding, that- ,Thin feeling, we hope, they'll never the Ice, curtain; the same (ailing to arriveI build new home in this. city
i'4 Jo> some readers, but we have come I smother have decomposed the following
I fell and that's
And tries to play It well; She gets In a big jumble, bumped-but
'. cnnclimlon that out Eng stanza, and that edit the
crave you
And finally fulls flat. not nice!
t\{ teacher was right when she But when he doesn't ring a goal; I II. II, s. I-KI-ATS: : ,J, it. C, same; and If you consider It wor-
You hear him Sports Frocks
,,, Jh1d that if we did not write our ran lillY Laura, the hint, und least of all, I- -- We guess we can write tributes thy of the Intelligence of your Say

t. tributes we might not get any. Luclle :Mitchell l la the one Is u newcomer In the school.! I II Friday afternoon the Bradford aa good aa anybody else, for Instance readers will you please allow It

:: : assignment/ seemed to appeal Who gives a good oration, She's really very wry Bimill, Hoys' team defeated the Jacksonville train your eyea on this: space In your Journal. Style With
Itlla heuiors, and some of the re- She'll be a public orator Tint plays basket hull by rule. t Iliislness College team by a "Hero's to the class of '27, And oblige.:

i1 were very good. The one And rise to nave a nation! score of 23-10. At no time during We hope they oil will go to Muddle Fuddle
!. \\e think deserves first Thlt Is tin Intt of a treatise ; the game: did the visiting team heaven!" The poem: Flowers

:.H hlao was written by Laura Newell Music HO the poet says, tn sealers, great: and griind.: threaten the local quintet, who Curtains of other schools remind
'A ( ; although this 'In Laura's first Can soothe a savage/ {etut )Everyone: shall prove his worth, held a substantial lead throughout Rut gentle!; readers. hero Is our ua
"' term at our school her tribute Florence then, Should 1 [try HO Hard And soon shall take Ills stand. masterpiece:
\ ; I the game. Griffin and Thomas at We can afford one of some kind
/{,-; that. she has been keeping To soothe one until, at least. I --- "The moon was beautiful and
bows After reading the next poem by guard, held the Invaders down to And, departing leave, behind us
1, her eyes open and 1 has us all pret- I low while Whlteheud at bright.But wind.
Arthurlna Illanrlmrd you will a score; A curtain that will really
One who makes the brain work
We'll bet that no! It didn't shine last night; !
ty well sized up. assisted and _
Arthurlne has center, by Sternberg;
have to admit
,t,i within another month she will bef' hard, McMillan, forwards, ran the score The night wall dark and dreary U, u. S, UrI'JoToII.UO; !
for haughty
Is a rare tilling on this earth. other reasons being
favorite And I
Jfhle to tell each of us our was feeling weary-
This Is the' To Cusslo Mae the honor goea.Sho'll asldo from the fact that she halls up for Bradford. So I went home and went to bed, .
Ii brand of tooth paste. The n.H.. S. girls; lost to theJ. Tuesday afternoon, January 25,
also fllled ,, fpuom: | mIrth. Tit 111 'TE It. C. team by a score of 22-2. And woke" up standing on my the: boys' basket ball team of B.

:'t te: TRIIH'TK: Melvin would be a studentIt Quite a large crowd of town people head! ]II. S. played the Waldo team, on

; F only he would'think. Tell me not In mournful numbers, were out to the game. That is 0. A, W. the Waldo High school court. This

'Jlall to thee! Pear seniors, nut rather than to use his head Trl* Is but un empty dream; encouraging, and we hope more (Ed. Note: The meaning In this game was another victory for

; .' i f Before the critics you stand. He'd like to be a "Chink." For the soul a dead that slumbers will come to the next ono poem Is. so hidden and subtle thatno Bradford. The game was very

,p. >>You now shall hear opinions read ,, W M.GOSSIP one can understand It but O. closely contested, as was shown
grand. Virginia Is a leader born by the final score, which was ISIS
;; Jf That really are quite And physical\ ed.'s not what It A. W. However, the fact that G.
,,' At she leads the .
games yells.She's In favor of B. II. S.
., yw Tlrst we, will talk about Grace always gay and lively, seems. A, W. awoke standing upon her The girls' team was also scheduled 0
Hood morning (lor evening) dear head, might lead an ordinary, uu-
..r -.' Wood. And gloom, and dark, dlspells. School in real! We're In earnest! to play, but as the teams
folks. We are not In a very good poetic soul, like we, to remark
the class,
;x 1t Who tries to lead And tho diploma's not the goal; got a late start in leaving for
\hu'S brilliant Edna never breaks a rule humor up here today, but we guess with a raise of the eyebrows, "Aha.G. ,
't 1 conul red very Out I'll get mine It I keep living, I Waldo, the girls were not able to
bet she'll pass. Except once in a while we'll all get over It all right. A, W., where did you go before
And you can Even though I'm getting old.( play for lack of time.
: i "
."f She never growls at chemistry We heard last week that IB 1-2 you got home? W.M.STUNT .

; 'j Grace has great talent But meets It with a smile. Work like Gussle Mae's remind us, Hats fainted when they saw the .
.., I )For writing prose and verse; We can do ours just as flue, exam questions. We don't know KTC.: .----
she draw pictures, One who really studies hard, how It li but do I NIGHT
{ She thinks can And when we do we'll hare diplomas exactly we
la really hard to find. In spite of the fact( that scientists ( 1i,1
{ They are I\ne-or worse. know that the seniors some of
: :} To Eunice I say, "You sure work 'em-are about to faint over their pronounce It a microbe trap, Well, folks, we've recovered __
If I have not lost mind.
i Eugene la stately and sedate, trig." my grades being as we are one of our Rlrlu seem to be sticking by from our exams and back at the I 1 1i

!t' I I He'll be a Judge, I think. She's also good, and kind. Let us then sit up and study, them. their lip stick.According front. We expect to go In for bigger i '
ho sometimes be late and better entertainments, and
't/r- i To court may Work real hard and you can e J.
ti/-J'; Now please don't start to wink. Elizabeth Not linn real,wavy know hair, ) bet, Monday afternoon we miw Home to some our most will start with a "Stunt Night" :,
( so
t I .she's. dumb what I you wished to If you shady. study, Htudy boys carrying a step ladder and a prominent brunettes, gentlemen soon, and Incldently, we hope tc
thinks very But really
'II'J; \ 5', Harriet Your diploma you will get. hammer Into the eighth grade may prefer blondes, but brunettes make a few dollars. This show
) bright Sho has foe.Owen's ,
y' 4.l Really she's quite scarcely a like[ rough-necks anyway will consist of a number of Blunts I-
, ------- room. Then we heard an awful
to work her
She doesn't like .
The following contribution to different classes and
racket, like someone hammering put on by ;
thoughts, / are very deep .
trig., tho verse American literature, We are now at work on a little there will be music and comedy
Thinking they might be defacing iTu3 flower we're
:>I / wearing this
rather out at nIght A mortician he would be; Spring
Sj She'd go
composed by Grace Wood, volume entitled Trig, or why sketches We're that
was galore. sure
s the willis or tearing up the floor, tn-la, have
le'd make a better clown, I think : I nothing to do with the waist
proud and makes a very good tribute. It decided to In and Investi Seniors leave school. you all remember Stunt Night last '
Is we 'Jlut
d.;; Arthurlne very Or even go to sea go ; poised boldly on the shoulder or
: tt Because she comes from Lawtey. will probably. convince you that gate. When we got In there we I e year, and what a success It was. coyly on the cuff
i No other reason can I cite Ethel Moore spend all her time Grace'a last name 18 no Insinuation saw one boy standing on the stepladder The motto of a school paper, We expect thfs( one to be even r dahlia U a chrysanthemum, rose
: about her head: "Anything to Fill Up Space. more successful, and entertaining now just u much at home on
Jf; That she should be so haughty. In dieting, I'm told trying to hit something up
... She still keeps at her studies Tltllll'TK: on the wall, and the rest were all That explains a lot of. things/ than the last Come help us! a ports frock at ever It was on an evening
"f An all-round girl is Freddy, here, The most loyal girl enrolled. laughing at him. We couldn't tell doesn't It? The date for this show will be town. Sometimes .fa different from the

"" (That's short for Fredericks) Listen my children, and I will tell what he was doing-bat he seemed made known within the next few !bock in color and fabric;often, u in the

:' She'b. always very full of fun, Sweet Elise la very small. Of that dear old class you know so to be trying to assassinate his TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: days It will probably be on Fri- Cue above, it if made of the dress mate-

'; i Even plays hide and .seek, ah! I mean, of course In size. well. thumb. (IK ANY) day, February 11, but It has not rial. This simple tiro-piece frock takes

', -" Louise Is seldom heard to speak But to learn how good a brain she In nineteen hundred twentythreeThey When we asked Mrs. Perkins been decided definitely. 10 other trimming than the stitching Inflk.
kind. has.You'd, entered high school, full of what It was all about she said they The following letter, signed by Watch next week foV exact Information wool or metallic thread around the
the quiet
She Is
I" I
() !+; 1 get a big surprise. glee. were going to hang a picture of Muddle Fuddle, was received at concerning the date, leek and cuffs. The Inverted plaits also

(hot-i2) In nineteen hundred twenty-four Jefferson Davis up there and our office several days ago, and and price. But one thing we can stitched at the top.

'' The next one on the list la Sam. They acted mean as they had be- that all the boy on the.! step lad- waa given our careful attention, tell you now; there will be plentyof

\;). All people da an athlete praise, He'll be a merchant prince. fore. der had succeeded In doing so far You will notice that the writer fun. V. W. I ,""--"'-(Cyjrtfgb-- ,11127.6. Butter**)
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of December A. D. 192ft. and ,hock for UOO (If). pnynhle to Tl. R.
..... .. M Mlsa Vivian Belts: of Raleigh, ; - Ill r.* tn bo 'In nomiimtlonn of1],- Theile, Chairman of the Hoard of
N. C. I.a..t IM>.oo each and tn hoar Interest at TriiMU'CN.. !
,. i I If.he rat of Sin per rent |per annum dM'tlfletl, chock referred to, above f/
J >'avnblt) Ht>mt-animlly' t>n the IMhuy : IM lo In::: : compliance, with' the hid sub
Beginning February let our 1 of June amt Ile1* mb* r of enchear I full
Bits oi -+ with lI.lere.1'p"n. attachlimit ted. And nuld. hands are I.> bo t
terms in builders materials will :II Hold for not less then' par NOd)
be strictly cash except by special I The nmount of hands "lI'or.tor bond. to be numbered 3 to K ln"lu-
'nle In IS(1110.0II' I the prlnt'liml Hive\ .
arrangement/ with contractors. : f until. 1 bonds;: \ shall, r'\.1\ imviiltle: M00 ,- The mild\, Trualepx reserves the. ,
Quigley and Davis.. 0II tIll on the 16th day of l j..o"'h'.r. right to reject uriy .und nil bid
( hono 20 1(24( Hndn.tliitf, with P'.mh..r l lly order, of the nuld ftonitl' of
theal Nevg I 6th 11KU HUN will h<> HI' iM of the Town of Ui\vt"y, )

Dr. Davidson a returned missionary "rt one iVflork I' M. on :Man-h. ZlMh.H37 Kl"r"1-' TIIKI.H.I'lmlrnmn. '
n. u
I\ All bidders', are rcquIri'd to )
from India spoke Wednesday !.ITTI..: 1.II.MAN <;..UtlllSilVKH A meeting of section five of the cI('poultltli \\' I';. Tor' oi It*, Siu-rotary AIIl'HIV 6:. TOHODE. r1 ,
evening at the Methodistrharch. f Hit* .Itimrd. of 1'rueleeS or the
Concerning Our People Business and All the congregations In < lilltTIIUAY DIN.NDK: : Florida Fodernlatk n Women's :;,''own of Ill WI.)'. I'l..rbln, n oerlflletl Hei-r..lary. 1-2S-81 I J5

PARTY clubs wan hold In Jacksonville nt
of the County and Town.
Progress tills Interextlng
town united in hearing -
the \Voinnn'n club houses At the IC I. -OCO- .OCO. -Ot Oi:DODO

speaker.\ Lillian Garrls entertained A'' -\ close of Ibo b'lslneHH session Mm.Tlppettn CI 1

.... ... ---..---.'.. W. Harrington, of North: -Brunch- dinner party UIIlI'dIlY'elllnK nt president of the State !
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9. -'I her home on Call street the occasion federation Wumon's Citrus gilvo CI
Mich.: and G. W. }Foster of llen-
WKATHICR: RECORD FOR will arrive today to spend dersonvllle N. C. with Mr. and being. her eleventh birth au limp'rlng' tnlk. Thane DURING 1927 I Ii

WEEK KM: >IXOVKI: >- weekend In Starke guest of I senting tho Woman's ('
Mrs. John I'glow. motored to Keystone day.After
MNIY:: ; .IAN. 20ernN'ratnre E.\! L. Biggs. I Heights recently dinner the little hoHteMS Starke.' Wt're110.: N. I). I'Pllre-1. dtT
sP'tI.1 and her !{1I..sIR'I'nl to the 'hea- wright 1'l't'"hlt'lIlIrs.; : T.

T All varieties of garden Ire where they enjoyed a moving 1 I lermun and Mm. U. M.
Fred Supp, who was a former resolutions that
Jan. Max. Mln.: beans, string beans sweet I pi'ture. Several of Lillian's little Other member" attending wrrnMrn I I c: Include in your
employee of the Ford Garage Is i
Fresh Klck- t \ : \\', K.: Middle-ton and it! 11 [
20 82 53 ), peanuts.. stock this girl! friends took purl In tills rs. I i
connected with com'l'rnIIl1d

21 78 60 I again" will move hU family here from I affair. .... I. Amen.SUPEKIMTGNDBNrS. C'r i I you are resolved to allow the Bon jj c
74 55
23 74 51 Mrs. II. !M.: Snyder has left for I Lakeland as soon us an apartment MRS. K\\ITT: t', .Itl'l:M IIOS.TKSS REPORT

ten-day visit In DuLand and IM available. : .IT IIIUIHI; : i.i':\<'mo\: 'i Ton
79 51 [ to on
24 !) save you money your
i Btiit.mi with relatives and
25 79 49 I Col. and Mrs. Stephen' Cl. fur the "monthr. }Iw rinlirr, I'.i2ilFlimnctnt \ lr
The color Hellenic of gold was

20 75 53 I a.. of New York City N. ThOIll.\\carried nut In bowls and bimkets llnl I'.MI.Gonorol I. llii'il School Fund It7117. ceries fruits and vegetables. If you

guests of Mr. and Mrs. ctileinlnla and It.I'lpt. ilui'lnic inoiiih 1 007' 7fViirrunlH [I p
'Rainfall for the week____ Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jourdan and of mint 111'11 hi tun \ tliirlnir month plea H.I 'Y
I brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
--.-- who have lived In Starke Jnhnqulla\ effectively placed.. when hill .inn i. i'127 iiftz( a; necessities from

J. M. Truby spent Thur the past several months have Mrs. John B. Thomas on Walnut I :Mrs lh \Vltt I'. Jones entertained DI.tdrNe.. 1. ,. buy your every day
street. Kill "Pur I HUH: ?r s2Itecelpls
Jacksonville.Dr. to Burtow. I at a bridge luncheon. Wednesday |! || lnrlnir month. 81 nl C)

morning ufr her home. Hill .Ian. I. I'IL'7 loo 41Dlotrlcl [!1 to
No. t.Illll us we guarantee save you money.
Friends of Mr. Edwin Freeman I U
W. n. lirlnson was a W. M. Edwards has leased the Mm. Jones' guests arrived at !her 1. l'lltl, :.11Kn C
to Starke Wednesday building next door to will be Interested to know that he eleven o'clock and several gamesof >.lptH lurlllK month 2ii! .74ViirrnntH
I and Miss Maud\ Sprott of Manning" \ ilinlnir immih. 217.2"< in and foodstuffs.
bridge were enjoyed. Drop price our
store and will open a Hill Jan. I I. IH27 21.117 e eI
Enoch Grime of Lawtey, room within a few days. S. C. were married Thursday : bel Wrller\ mode, high score and. Dl.ltlcl N. .. I I

this city Friday. January 27, 1927. The couple I I received 11 novelty powder Jar.I Hal. M. o.ilurliiK 1 \HUH mont' 1274 KililL'AntnintH 24It.TolpiM

Carpenters and painters are be were married In Manning, S. C. at ,. Mrs. fo:. M. Johns; who rondo second \\' iliirln inontli (11111111 1

Baron of the home of the bride. awarded compact Kill. J"". 1. I"U'7 < 1 .12Uliltlrl I C
Le was
J. ,
Geo. kept busy In Starke. Morebuilding I N. 4.llnl. .

was In Starke Wednesday.J. and repairing being done II At one o'clock the hostess served 1'!"<'. 1. nun, __ All onlti I '
i I Mrs. Anna Klcswetter and a dfHelium two-course I lunch >fi>li>iH iliirlnic moth as.anViirrnnttt ,f t
time than In
the present years.
\ liirinir iiinntli, fill oil
A Howard of Lawtey daughter Frances and sons Edgar llnl. Jan. I. 1 Starke Thursday.Mrs. : and Robert; have returned ; eon.ThoHo enjoying the honpltalty ninnies N.. I. O
visitor to Layer cake specials for Satur )
I Illll. n..c. I. "' U. 211 :I'lIN
Rutherford N J. They have
at the Starke Bakery regular from of Mrs. Jones were: Mrs. U. P. >ri>>r>tH Inllllir tnnnth 371\ 7IVVnirnntN > BON TON wm

Lila Grlflln spent "' 60 cent size for 50 cents; 35 cent been spending the past six months Jourdan Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. T. ilurlnir iiutntli. Ion 0
I llnl. .Inn. I I"17:! Oil d'.iDUtrlrl !
In the North: with friends anil rel- '
day and Thursday In for 25 cents.Beginning J. Alderman, Mrs. A. Z. Adk'tu1, No. I. o
attvuH.Mr. Mrs E) :M. Johns Mrs O. L. Pnl. Dor 1 t. t'Uil' __ 2S7 Id I II C
I h r.'Ipma iliirlnK month 2os ;117 a
Mrs. W. E. Middleton February 1st our llnynoH, Mrs Albert Anderson and XN'nrinntH;: ": tiirhnr: mmit h in noHnl I o

visitor to Jacksonville In builders m.ntcrlals will 1 und Mrs H. C. Richard of Miss :Mabel Weller.Mil Jan 1 14)7 i .1:1: 7'I\ I C

strictly cash except by special Pnlulkn. spent the week-end herewith - _- I her. Dl.lrlrt. No. 7.Hnl sao sr.II .
i iniii
Mrs. Emma lilrhard. They :,-*. 'KMK: I\TIKTAI\S:: : ..,. I.12.ri: GROCERY COMPANY
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins with contractors. I '' lt>*H ilnrliiH month FRUIT &
'returned to Palatka Sunday afternoon ----- XN'iirnuitM darns intmih I 15 onllnl. f
tored to Quigley and Davis. I Jan. J. 1'U7 52S.10Dlolrict I
-Jacksonville accompanied by Mrs. Km: Inn Mrs.: F. L. Turner wan hoHteHS N. .. 'n d

Richard who will spend HOIIIU- to I the Afternoon llrldg club on Mill 1.< U. V. Knight was a Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. L. lime in Palatka. Tuesday afternoon at her home \ ilmlnir. month' I 175 C Next to Post Office Starke
visitor to Jacksonville\ \ Peek Mrs. K. S. Matthews and lull .Inn. I.I l'i.7 12707
\ -- on ('all street.AItracllvo niltrlrt N. 1*. I
Miss Marguerite Shriver spent valentine tallies llnl. HIT. I 1. HUH' 1' 0 IIHMO.IM << Ii
e -0
Klckllter will have
\ lefdpo'ary
made | diirlnit miinili us "inWnrniiitM I -
John Powell a Wednesday In Jacksonville. | 5=0000 IOE3OI ionoi
headquarters across the street marked the plates and, blanched thirhnr inonlh 401111llnl. .
Jacksonville Tuesday. .. the tables. .Inn. 1. I1'7' 2r>r 42Dlittlrt
Barber bulking while were placed on
In City Shop \periuiM
E. F. Pomeroy Jr., of Jacksonville N.. II.
of Thursday store Is undergoing repairs.: My When scores were counted Mrs. II. Hill. "..<.. 1. I'L'II" \ 11417Itrclpis
W. A. McGriff. was In Starke customers are asked to look) me upIn II. Young, who held high" receiveda l| ilurliiK month anus
to Starke !\Ion with Knight .in noMill. )
was a visitor transacting business Win riiiitM ilmlnir month
the new stand. plttce-tle-urt while Mrs. A. Jan. I 11127 3111 05
Knight, attorneys ,at flaw.. Z. Adklit was given a flower bowl niilrlrt N. It. ANNOUNCING
Mrs. U. S. White and eon Mill. Iron I. iMiii' iin noIliMM'IptN
Perse L. Gasklns former resident for second. mnnlh 14O7HWniriintH
Gainesville. of Jacksonville
Monday in Mrs. C. D. Shank
spent several days of this of Starke for many years and Mrs. Turner nerved fruit salad Jan. lnrlMir I t'U7! month 1G9 117011Mill. .oilDUlrrrt \ OPENING OF THE
of Jacksonville with at the clone of the af
attorney cocoa
now a prominent ISo. II.
Col.J. L. Frazee has week in Starke due to the Illness
I II..... lUill 120.91
1 of Hal. 1 I.
elected president ternoon.
1 was
from a several days hunting of her mother Mrs. Lily Lewis. Iti.....fill a tlnrliiK. mnnlh 4MOIW
around Melbourne. St. Luke'a hospital association at \ Playing bridge were: Mesdames ,n, rant iiiiiinir month liB nn NEW CITY BARBER SHOPNext

the annual meeting Tuesday after A. Z. Adklns. O. L. lleuxley, H. ?\ Mill Jan. I I. I'm _. H IUD nl:
Misses Hazel Mtddleton Madge ; DUlrirl N. 14.
nemorext O. L. Haynes (1!. M. In .. to Hunk of Starke)
John Thomas and Henry. Mlddleton Florence Matthews noon. Mill .c. I III ill 21270ttttrt'lplH (
man. 10:. M. Johns J. 1. Peek I' iliirliiic month loofl
\ son spent Sunday ,In. Mrs. E. S. Matthew and Eugene "'""'1101'" 1iirhtir pawl I2 roHal. '
and Hawthorne.P. Matthews spent Saturday In Jack- Guests of the Slarke Hotel for C. Hoover II. II. Young S. L. .Inn. I 1117 IOn 2NPI.I.ld
Peek and Miss Mabel Weller. N. II.r"nl .
Charles O.
sonville. this week Include !I)0r. I I. IliL'il'1 1 111 K2
M. Geiger of Theressa -- Mans C. C. Summerlln J. D. -- It{*......)litH| rlurlnic, month 7R 3N.II''n"'M
MRS (}. K. M-.WIS: .\NI> ms.i SV,1 durbIC. month -. 525.5nnl. .1'
J attending to business Judge A. Z. Adklns held court Doyle, Mr. and !Mrs. Daye. of Pa- Jan. 1 1"37 113.55Di.trlel :
M.UUK h'l\I.\fiTJ.n: KNTKHT.UNMrs. : :
Starke Saturday, In Madison and made a business latka Mr. Dooley of Tampa, O. i N. II. Modern Equipment-
---- Hal !I. i Illao ann 10It.
to Tallahassee the latter part M. McCrary of Wouchula. 11. G.Ptttenger .., "!
l" trip G. K. Lewis and Mrs. Mario IIIIK ilurliiK month 5.970WOrrnntS :
We can save you money of the week. and O. Wheeler, who I I daring month 0210Hal.
i for fresh with the Phot'nlxUtility : McMaster were hostesses to a .J...". 1, l'iV 177X0
demand are connected Courteous Attendants-
supply your
: chicken pilau given on Lake DIotHel N. IT.
of all kinds. J. F. Klckllter.J. Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Electric Company engagedIn : !: nut POP i. nun nn 07
: Klngsley. nt the !Mitchell cottage Ile..,nl six ilnrltiv mnnth IN noWarriintH
Thursday In Lake Butler construction work are stay-
spent 'LJconchiittle. Monday evening iliirlmr month II xo
: on
B. Oliver, of Albany: due to the Illness of !Mrs. EpperttOIl'S Ing at the Starke Hotel, and will not Jan. I I1'"? 7127 Efficient Service-

arrived Thursday and Is aunt, Mrs. C. A. Croft.J. remain for several weeks. Game und dancing!: filled the ninlrlci N. II.
evening and at the appointed limo Itnl Per 1. IllSII lit HIUoci'lptH 1
with the post office. dnrlnur iniinth, HI 47
of Keystone I the hostesses nerved chicken pilau. Hal .Inn I I. 1927 221! I Allrorfford
II. Lawrence, Captain J. L. Peek of company Those enjoying this picnic part fount.
Mrs. C. J. Pergola of Heights was a business visitor to "L" 121th infantry of the Florida Minxes Marguerite Shrlver Hlulo of FUrldo.
ville Is visiting at the Starke Saturday, paying the Telegraph In were; I hi>rhir ...llfr that I5'. forrRolntf fttatp-
of Starke was
F. L. Turner. visit.I national guard .Madge: Middle-ton. Sarah Mulpax mont of tho reerlpl..nd, dlohiiromonU of Parlor
Mrs. .4.'T appreciated
office Beauty
an Department
her sister Gainesville today on business. Ethel: Grlllln Eunice" Perkins. Myr- thi fund* of RrodforH county for t5'. mnnlhnf l
101. 11120, It IniM nnd rnrrert tothi t
Captain Peek Is said to be commending tlco Juckxon. Florence Matthews, ,
hf>.t of hnawlodtro and who
Starke Bakery will have a have the agency for the Fair mt
the snappiest mil
one I Luclle Mitchell Myrwln Jackson R. n. w18GINS.
special sale and tubes and my pricesare in charge of dl
line of cakes on fax tires itary companies In the Florida division. Mra. D. 1. Ames Mrs. J. E. C'orpen-

urday. right. J. C/ Manning Starke Gainesville Dally News. 4 0'1'" F7 .".' 4 141 FF' KII.IHHMHI ar
-- Lewis H.
and Messrs. G. K.
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Florida. 1-28-lt I KMT TOWM CI' I.IN'IT:1.F'IIuliiJ : ,
'.. (Tuesday.) Wall Carl Johns George 1)obell 1145INI.
Mrs. Ylvlaa Sanders and !\ : I IGENT Harrison John Thomas Mrs Marie B. Stevens r
Churc ltof Keystone Heights During remodeling of store 1 Henry ll'n-liv ".. Ira IK gl'van amt t5'.- i
'John Powell llollla Knight Joseph Hoard,
of Trimlenit of the Town of
vlsltor.otto Starke Tuesday. building my customers will find me Telfalr Long PoweU I.nwtfv, Florida, will receive "ialidIddft
i in the old City Barber Shop A WORD Malpas for the 'iniri'hnHH fif 111,00000,
Carpenter. Kli'i-lrlc LIichi llomlx of th. Town
MrB.. W. J. Green of building next to Orange & BlatkTea --- +- -- 1 f I.nwt ey.ItradfurII'onnty, Plorldu' I

ville; !Ia'spending a week room. Klckllter. COLUMN MR. \M MRS. J. \V.AMIRKVVtt. of up 1IIIrA.I'l and .Inrlllillrxf P. 11)27: ; nt the on 291. .n'clorkI h rtny Tricon New Shop : Shave, 25c: ; Haircuts 50c. rI

V. L. Turner.
daughterMra. M
ENTEi1T.i1N'The : :
Mrs George B. Flynn and little : .lit. Said. 1 bond to he doted the ISIS,, I Present Shop In Pool Room Will Ite Maintained at Old ,4.
Mr. O. M. Inman and !Mr. son George Jr., of Chlefland, FOR SALE-Eight little pigs; not Twentieth Century Bridge '
with TK.IIV HCHKDl'I.KH: : ; (
tocher spent spent Friday and Saturday
Mraw razor backs; three miles club was delightfully entertained '
Ja/'Uo"'u.-} Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. (:anova. L. B. Bobzln. .
t Starke. Thursday evening!: by Mr. and Mrs.J. Effective! 12:01 a.m. Sunday 1
W'- at their homeon
Faul.E. Canora and fcon Mr. Isadore Gordon, of Boston RENT-Furnished It.1 January 2nd we have a new sche
FOR Madison street.
Jr. have returned Mass. was In Starke Monday dule. Trains will run as follows: t
n. Cauowt F.
with ment with prlyate bath. Novelty tallies done In butter- SOUTHBOUND tI t
Georgia. legal business .
South transacting .
a trip IB the of
Scott. fit design designated
Col. D. E. Knight. I No. f Due Starke 10:50: p.m. I
the players and pecans

attendng.J. V.. Jones to business, of Hampton In Mrs. George C. White spent the 'FOR SALE-Ten head horses and t were served during the games No.No.3 303 Due Due Starke Starke 10:03 10:33:: am.a.m. Have You Seen the NewWillysKnight I i

mules several milk cows and 1 ,Mr. S. L. Peek who was NORTHBOUND
In Jacksonville with .
Tuesda" Mrs. Thomas Hansen at her home good; blooded heifers. G. C, to hold high for ladles receiveda No. 2 Due Starke 4:08: a.m. r}

Sweat Starke. 1-28-21 pair of bluebird wall vases. and
No.4 DID Starke 3:62
of : pin.
,"fr. S. Lloyd, In Springfield.
Mrs. who held low
Mrs. B.\! L. Biggs,
of Mr. and No. 304 Due Hlorko 6:16: p.m. ,
Fla., It the guest ithal ..\\yJII 'was conHoled with an Ivory Jewelry
SALE-Meat :
of Michigan,
Mrs Harry Barney, !
J. E. Corpening.
I arrived Wednesday to spend the dress 160 pounds. H. L. Stevenson case. The high prize for men a No. 101 Leave Starke 6:30: am.No. :
: It. pair of silk Hocks went to Mr. N. It
MissesIyrwlll! Jackson winter with her mother Mrs. Ava Starke. Sternberg mind, low a deck of 102 Arrives Starke 2:10 p.m.
T. J. (
and !Myrtlce Jackson Stllley. I IilIFFIN.
G.rlffln Furnished apartment cards wall 'given to J. J. Truby.
week-end Jacksonville.. WANTED-
tho The hostess nerved shrimp
A. J. Raalerson of Lake Butler, two or three rooms; necessaryto

-Mrs. J. P. Greenway and paid the Telegraph a co'l Satur- have them by first of Febru salad with coffee at the close of : with the Belflex Spring .

Hazel Taylor, of day end reuewed, h's subecrirt.onfor ary. See Fred Sapp 'at 1.2811'FOR Ford the Playing games. bridge were;: Miss Ma I :Money Making

.0 spent Tuesday In Starke. another yenr Garage. bel Weller J. J. Truby Ur. and I I Shackles? I L

Mrs. E. I... BlggH, Mr. and Mra. O. Cotton
Seott went to SALE-Good blooded cows
MrsA. Sheriff W. J. Epperson was In L. Tieasley. Mr. and Mrs N. Stern- .1'
i Tuesday afternoon to at a bargain; one In milk and .'".. "'.ur Ti.ol. Mill llr.MlntMinf I
(I. :M. Inman
Tallahassee Sunday end was: the berg Mr. and Mm. III
March also four Mml t-lnrlr: icrvw
W. M. S. to come In ;
: meeting of the guest of his daughter Miss' .Iris one Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump and ltnl* fr plow off 4hl. fnttnn .
female and three male yearlings. .. : Hnmttft Added Comfort--A
1 L. Peek. In III'JII.: ITI al.I\ llrr leaderin
Mr. and Mrs S.
-J. L. SUtthewi. of Bland DLi.. Phillips. Lawtey Fla. ut. ,1 -- ---- -
S' business In I 1-28-21 I.
1 The executive board of the Wo Beginning February 1st our (J. V.: rr.MMMilf,

/i ff day. -. man's Club of Starke will held Its FOR SALE-Fordson tractor and terms In bullilpra, materials will .%Krh>.It....., .'..11.... ;: engineering t tDon't
he strictly cash except by specialarrangement
The tiethodUtt church U regular monthly meeting Wednesday Ford one ton truck steel body Athens I fin
with contractors.
given a now roof. C. n. morning .February 2, 1927 at both used short time. Have I

charge. ten o'clock at the club house. quit farming and machine must Quigley and DavlH. ;
forget to the
be sold. D. I. Amen owner. see 3
f- I,
of 11-6-tf.
llornneck Fla. I
F. D. Messrs. Archibald Johns. Joe Starke I

Heights was a business vl Wall W. E. Middle- l I
Truby II. C. carI ii'

*. Starke \.tdnenJay. ton, E. M. Johns, W. J. Eppersonleft STRAWBERRY SALENOw'ordering PLANTS Missionary FOR- CO-OPERATION IS THE PATHiTO Whippet--the wonder ,

I Tuesday for Dixie county on

C. E. Harper Hampton's \a deer hunt. strawberry plants from O. C. SUCCESSSpend I

stores oi1-.rator. was a Waller' and, Bros for runners,

I itor to Siarke Friday. from Judrionla. Ark.. been =0=0..o0 I

.'t Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull left' planting 'Waller plants for several your money with home concern. Money spent with I

-Col. O. E. Knl*.t spent Wednesday for a trip to Leetburg, years and have never found I foreign corporation never returns. Rid the Oalnl1lV1II.

nesday In Green Cove St. Petersburg and other points. them mixed with other varieties. '

I I professional, business. They will return the latter part There 1 Is none better. Few days; Bun-Its service U the equal to my competitor, and a II Quigley & Davis '

of this week. with
ago I topped some quarts horn concern. jSTAItKE

I Mr. T. N. Llmbaugh of .. nine berries. Price. $2.50 per ,.

land spent several day. In Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jourdan have, thousand f.o.b. Judsonla, Ark. GAINESVILLE BUS CO. :, FLA.

this week. had a> their guests his parents. Cash with order. J. II. Moor a

Mr. and Mri. Stanislaus Jourdan, Lawtey Fla. .

L v Miss Mary Thomas. of of Durham, N. C., and a cousin 1-21-81-3-lt


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1 Farmers & Farming !I objects are Bought In ; ,

applying; commercial fertilizers: I r_
(1)) To supply) the deficiencies of You will find this P n-Am dtalm x0js.a =

(By It. F. Ward County Agent) the soil ((2) To meet these de I two State away from horn jiut atanxlout -

O'I.leH. according the partlcu-I: to ghf you come-again ==

tar needs. of each crop ((3)) To : ::: 1 h itnrict at A* one from whom/ 7-

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO.CONTRIBUTE apply( the quantity of \plant food )buy regwlarly.! __
thut will give the maximum profit.
v'' ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO : Soils liter In their plant food I I ==
content duo to their origin; and' :: ==

,. IJ 1 to ilia II'II use of them. Some soils Fl %R& ==

", '" !have large quantities of plant food, I ,
9 : i IS1'HO'-: Ing hog cholera losses, Immunization
i 1"0111'1';" HSIS i some large; quantities of some elements -
.:r. ;\11"1'11 I-OIIAIIU.:: lit I/I'IIHy Is the most depenable and of plant food and small ==
method of prevention and
amounts of others. The coastal [
\i io ( SpnclH Johnson) of checking outbreaks of the disease plain area comprising Florida anda -

r.I Much IIIIH born Bald. find written great region running from New ,
Attention Is railed also to the =
i about forest llies destroyers\ of Jersey to Mexico, does not contain ==
property nut possible profits, particularly Importance of using pure and potent a high )percentage of plant

y c : In recent yearn." How- serum and virus In proper food because those soils were laid === I IC Ir 1 =
doses for conferring Immunity. _
I over, thin subject IH of such Im- down In a shallow, sea, the tides 1

t, portunoo that It will bear rpp'tIr ---- of which scoured: them for centuries -

tion. I have just received a ropy KDKPINCJ: : I'KHTH! OCT IIV and carried, away In solution == t

a' ; of n bulletin on forest fires In I SSI.t; 'TIUS IS 1\slI-n; : a great deal. of their plant L

Florida, put out liy the Florida THAN IJV KIltmr.tTlOV: food.

Forestry Association\ In cooperation ) Hut the value of a soil Is not ==== ==== 1
of Infested
One shipment plants
''Jy, If'' with the Forest Service of the determined wholly by Its plant ==
Insect disease
with a dangerous or ,
f- United Stateu Department of Agriculture -
food content. Some Bolls analyze =
bo the direct cause of heavy = .
which contains many may
high In Important elements of
,' loss to the state, says J. C (Good
1 conf'ernlnfor'Ht
valuable points plant food but are poor In crop ;
it Drew. The pi'I'IK'1)pal points In the win, State Nursery Inspector while production because the plant food 11

} bulletin are covered In the eu toP :,discussing the question of Illegal/: In the soil Is not readily available. : "
movement of plants and plant material. -
und 11110 giving
mary on page An Important agricultural asset I
No matter how much care
ti t them here of Florida soils Is their relIloIIHlvelleIlR. o
i y) Note that thin first letters of all you take of your own plants, It \ Florida soils are "I

the paragraphs, "PlulllldClVlI( your neighbor: buys some uncertified congenial to plants, yielding read-
1 ; Seeyou I'
.,,, oj form the words "Flro Destroys." plants and brings In the pests, ily and generously to the limit of

Here are the( paragraphs" from the you also will lose because plant their store of plant food. This
do not recognize fences or I
pests /:
k. iu bulletin, makes them highly efficient. This ain I

a t Fires run wild In the piney property lines. efficiency Is to be attributed largely t
\Many of the shipments that are _
I woods of Florida. Some 15.000 to the sandy nature of the soil
made uncertified contain pests, of
fires are turned loose each year and to the abundance of rainfall
,\ either major or minor Importance.
burning over approximately 13 with which Florida In blessed.
Recently! a small shipment came
4' ; million acres. Into the state from adjoining Hut the sand content and abundant !
r "In the average: year forest And he will Pan-Am dealers
t worth of state and when the plants were rainfall which causes Florida .
Area destroy (8.000.000
several of the soils to give up their plant food
s, :young Into 'cut-faces'growth. Fire on merchantable soars develop Argentine ant were found. This BO freely to crops, also tends to II give the sort of honest, courteous I,

cause heavy leaching losses, and
ant has been of considerable economic -
b timber and are fertile spots for I e::::::
importance to horticulturists steps must be taken to check .

damaging"Itemembor fungi that and 97 Insects.per cent of In other sates because of Its prac- leaching loss If the Florida far- service that makes regular custom. n

f 1 man-caused and there- tice of taking care of and pro- mer Is to conserve and get the -

"' the tote fires preventable.are Only 3 percentare proved tecting very certain annoying plant pests to the and house has most How out can of his the applied Florida plant farmer food. == ers.. Every one is a picked man. r-

caused by lightning
1 wife because of Its pernicious habit check the leaks In bin soil? Mainly = -=
f + "Enough young growth Is destroyed -

"t J'_ 1 every year In Florida to Into of food.If getting. Into the Ice box and keeping by adding growing vegetable crops matter constantly and more reasons than the all his life. Any doubt as to his honesty

six-room build It It houses hod matured each containing, 100,000 the Argentine; ant gains a on the land. THERE high quality of the gasoIs reason enough for refusing him the =

foothold in Florida It will necessitate Take a flower pot with a hole In .
16,000 board feet of timber. line and oil why thousands motorists Pan-Am franchise.
drastic action the of the bottom _. ,
"Destroy the 'baby trees' and on part ; fill It with muck soil

;, there will be no forests. Keep state officials to eradicate the pest Take another pot; fill It with are turning to Pan-Am. .

',' Ares out and nature unaided will It Is much easier and more economical coarse sandy soil. Then see how We are also careful to see that you are ==

'" grow a crop of timber. to prevent the Introductionof much water you have to pour Into = Throughout the South, people have been served by men who know the worth of
r the pest rather than eliminateIt the sandy soil before it begins to =

; ? "Every the owner Idle acre and Is upon a burden society.upon after It gets In. It Is easier to run out of the hole In the bottom, quick to appreciate the advantages of deal.. thoughtful courtesy in all their business i=

h There are 10 million Idle acres In and exercise purchase reasonable plants from precautions respon- and poured how much Into more the water must the ing with men on whom they can depend. dealings and the value of a smile.
pot holding
Florida as a result of forest fires ===
b sible nurserymen, who have had much soil before water comes out =====

and"Shelter essential to most thelt plants Inspected, and certified at the bottom. = Pan-Am dealers deserve this confidence Stop at a Pan..Am pump the next time '=

wild game; and bird life Forest rather than from outsiders who This shows the water holding I because every one of them is vouched you need gasoline it will cost you no
have failed to comply with the
Ares burn up this shelter, destroy capacity of soil derived, from vegetable
for by neighbors who have known him than the
nests eggs: young quail and turkey state regulations covering the matter and of a soil with more ordinary kind.PANAM .

besides many beneficial Insectivorous movement of plants. little or no vegetable matter In

birds. It, and It points out a way for increasing s

"The valuable fertilizer nitrogen CaT: I.tlltl'INO J PROFITS!! the water holding capacity -

);: can not he Incorporated with IIY ISIMJ IIOMK-filtOXVV; : : of Florida's sandy soils and for

the soil If the humus Is burned :r<'t'ULKNT; itortiiiOK: checking leaching. IOSMPS. E==:

upFire Is one of the factors Any kind of plant growth; turn-

5 which tend to take the life from The season Is here when the ed under will Increase the water ,

& the soil. dairy farmer who hm a silo full holding capacity of tho Boll, but

of good corn silage l Is Bitting on I the best vegetable; matter to turn
"llaiiKe; fires perpetuate the undesirable -
top of the world, says Hamlln L. under Is a legume such us velvet

glasses and prohibit the Brown, extension dairyman. In a bents. beggar weeds, cowpeas and
desirable ones, thereby preventing; 1 1to
survey of all the dairymen producing crotalnrla. *
cuttle from 6btalnlng Balls- an./Ifnefrcaff Petroleum
range ; Corporation
{ factory fall anil winter feed. milk at a low cost It was found Legumes; are preferable for turning __ __._

r that 95 per tent had Kilos or somohomegrown under because they get most L7Kew Orleans =
"On unburied land trees .ca.
grow ,.
roughage for winter of their nitrogen from the air and
a; much faster than on burned land
feeding. when turned under add
? c r theynro not so clefeitlve, and I they this air .
There are many silage and homegrown nitrogen to the soil other crops
rn yield a larger percentage; of hllth.i. -
l ; forage/: substitutions offered than legumes do not Increase the
:T grade lumber. for sale by tho commercial feed nitrogen!!; content of the soil when ._
"You\ destroy the beauty spots
houses As a rule the fellow who turned under.
merely return -i
:. of Florida when you burn them
relies on these feeds as a substitute to the soil the the functions of
nitrogen they each plant food elements to use. and they concluded that the
p: black unil 1 desolate. The tourist only Florida farmers In their effort\ to
puts his dairy herd IIl1d..r1I10rlltilKe took from It.Vegetable element.
; seeks nature's garden, unharmed Another Important factor that reliable way to determine the plant get the greatest returns from their
to the feed and
*F!b, by man. Don't drive him naay.F loses for both checks matter not only Let us take 112 4-4 fertilizer renders chemical analysis of the food needs on a given soil type expenditure for fertilizers is In
money leaching loss
"Seventy-live percent of the and adds nitrogen analysis. The figure "12" repre- is to consult the crops themselves.
Winter outs and rye are paying where legumes plant unreliable as a guide to fertilization purchasing high grade rather that
: are used
problem of growing; a crop of timber sents the percentage of phosphoric Hence the field tests of the
has la what the soil does to experiment -
tile farmer who low
dividends to but the water holding capacity of grade fertilizers.To .
) In Florida Is to prevent forest acid In the fertilizer. Phosphoricacid stations. '
them. The permanent pasture the vegetable: matter helps. guard applied plant food. The soli Is n Illustrate
4 1 II res." Is the element that has moreto To a 12-4-4 Is con
D have been frosted by the chemical laboratory. As soon as arrive at definite conclusions
o grasses against drouth damage to the sidered
5, Copies of the bulletin can be do with the fruiting of plants the a high grade fertilizer. It
+ weather. The fertilizers applied experimenters try different
recent cold dairy are some Impor-
htIi y obtained by writing the secretary, crops. than anything elese. Used In combinations contains 20 per cent of actual plant
cow that has a ravenous appetite Still another benefit to be derIved tant chemical reactions star up. of plant food materials food. A
.r Mr. Russell W. Dennett, Realty, abundance It hastens maturity. It 9-3-3 fertilizer while not
and a full paunch at all times Is from vegetable matter Some of the applied plant food Is and different\ amounts. When the lowest
conies also root grade of fertilizer
Building:, Jacksonville. promotes development.The Is
the one that pays a profit at the through stimulating the activity\ changed from quickly to a slowly these tests have run several years the same kind of fertilizer
,. milk pall. The dairyman who I of micro-organisms: of the soil. second figure in the analysis available form. This is notably here should be results that would 4-4. but as 12-
(!::>KKAMMMl'MZ: : "4", represents the percentageof form the contains a third less of
of safe
I' knows that the paunch must be I Some plant food materials In fer- true of phosphoric acid. Chemical recommendations each kind of
.\n"ls.TU;\ Plll\KNT: :: ammonia. Ammonia Is used to plant food. The farmer -
to the farmer.
full all the time If he la to get tilizers require the action of bacteria reaction In the soil are the reasons who
buys 8 tons of 9 3-3 fer-
IHMi-rilOI.KKA; t u1FN: some extent by plants put probably
maximum production. to render them available to the that more phosphoric acid Is Coastal plain soils, fortunately tilizer can buy the same kind and
Some Florida dairymen are greater part of it Is convertedto plied to meet requirements do not differ in
I the crops. Vegetable matter\ added crop widely their ferti- quantity of plant food in 6 tons
t Primary reliance on the prevelttlve clipping coupons each month from I to the soil therefore. Increasedthe nitrate before the plants absorbIt. than other elements. This also lizer requirements and not only of a 12-4-4 fertilizer thus
:. r; ;, serum treatment" rather than. the money Invested In dairying;, by availability of added, plant with This element has mainly to do explains why plants containing less is Florida studying the crop needs unnecessary cost on freight, bags
other less dependable safeguards the of home the formation of the vegetable acid than other elements of its soils but
\, y on making proper use food. phosphoric other states having tax tags and hauling of
two tons
i'I"? i' IH advised by veterinary grown roughages. Some dairymen Crop Net'the part of the plants. Ued In must have more phosphoric similar soil types have been experimenting of fertilizers. Put another

.t:.I1.: t ; officials of the Dureuu of Animal are foiling themselves by thinking Crops differ In their plant food abundance and it makes large plant acid applied In the fertilizer than for many years, so farmer gets more actual plant way food a

:' Industry, United Status Department they can buy roughage; cheaper requirements. To apP"eclate these growth In excessive amounts nitrogen and potash which do not that there is now available quitea for his money when he
ands buys high
of Agriculture, to prevent than they can produce' them. The differences It Is well to refer here to delay maturity. For crops get locked up'' tightly In chemical good deal of facts about fertilizer grade goods.

a; a recurrence of the serious hog man who depends on buying all like lettuce, cabbage etc.. where combinations in the soil. treatments of different crops ,
cholera losses encountered late In the roughage feed seldom has the' the vegetative part Is sold, more on different soils and Summing up this discussion: To
It will be from the these form
members and Is raising the stand- seen pre- get the largest
nitrogen Is desired than for returns from
i 1926. Though sanitation local of and the ; crops the com-
mar- basis
; type dairy cows Jar of the calf club ceding discussion that feeding of recommendations
quite percep- where the mercial fertilizers
precautions prompt quarantine, ket for his milk, that he feels will seed are desired. made by the agricultural the soil should
is leadersof
not matter.
tibly each year. ( II. 11. Lansden) : crops a simple be well
< and other aids In preventing; the' jiibtlfy him In feeding a good hungry Interest has developed In broiler Potash In the fertilizer is rep- These difficulties were confrontedby the University of Florida.A supplied with vegetable

disease are helpful the most de- ', cow all she needs. resented by the last figure In the -
; scientists several point not to be
production and more than 12,000 years ago. overlooked by (Continued
on Page Seven
pendable safeguard; the officials analysis. This element adds rigor )
t KXTRACTS: FROM COUNTY were started for this purpose last
ri declare. Is Immllnlty'obllllt.d byt' gives disease resistance to
,,\(..;NTet' KKI'OIITS: month.
i treatment, plants. It Is also credited with
r the preventive serum
Hamilton (J. J, Sechrest) : During -

!pc j1 ;i ;j lion The la as department's follows. : re'ommellda'i Polk (F. L. Holland Truck demonstrations two weeks recently I held seven I and strengthening with gIving cellular fumness structure to theslant's ,

i growers: are anxious for an organi on preparing- I structure and to Its fruit
i Hog cholera Is readily prevented zation. A large acreage Is being bacco plant beds and sowing the thus .
Improving the shipping qua!
and controlled by immunizing, seed.
This county has :
planted to truck crops, and many enough Ity. Cotton and legumes attackedby FERTILIZERS
I susceptible animals! with anti-hog- reclaimed spots are being utilized. seed sown to plant 2,000 acres. rust evidence
potash hunger
h cholera either alone or In, St.
serum Johns (John L. Scrlbner
> )
Martin (C. I Heuok) : A meet- : 1'hls trouble Is prevented by ; ,
combination with hog-cholera vir Forty soil applications ;
Ing of all growers In the county samples and several fer- of potash.
The latter method Is usually I tilizer
us. samples were taken. during
was called by the agent In connec-
preferable since It gives; a "solidf the month for analysis. Would a chemical analysis of IDEAL
tion with the chamber of com
lusting Immunity. Treatment the plant food content of a given
t or merce. The purpose was for the Volusla (T. A. Brown) : The
's Is most economical when applied growers to get acquainted with I bulb crops have withstood cold crop be a sate guide as to the kind fiI

": ,y to hogs while they are young and : each other and discuss local agricultural -I I nicely, without any apparent dam- of fertilizer to apply't'llfortuniltely For citrus trees, truck and field crops, watermelons tropical fruits I ,
should be performed by a competent lawns and r
age. Narcissus and lilies both no. Some plants
conditions marketing, ap-
flower We have a formula suited to the needs
: of
4 veterinarian or. In sections; etc. It Is planned to hold simi- peared to be frozen stiff, but came are rough and ready feeders and every crop.

'I where suck service Is not available -, lar meetings monthly :out In good shape and straightened cans forage for their food better We are equipped to make prompt shipment of Ideal Fertilizers In perfect mechanical i

by a carefully trained lay Jackson (E. I'. Scott: Two additional up normally within a few than others. Take potatoes. Theydo condition.

M :} man. clubs were organized last hours not analyze high in potash content "Don't delay ordering spring
:your requirements.,
t Being a preventive and not a month with a total enrollment of Manatee (Leo II. Wilson) : A but they require large appll- I f

cure, the treatment should be applied 30 boys. The problem of green dynamiting demonstration was atlons of potash because they are II WILSON & TOOMER

Y before Infection threatens forage crops for pigs was the principal held In a grove north of Palmetto, weak feeders and because potash isso I FERTILIZER COMPANY

the heard preferably when pigs topic for discussion at boys In which. the subsoil under several necessary to the starch formation -

k weigh about 35 or 40 pounds At club meetings during the month. .apparently stunted trees was dyna- of the tubers. Manufacturer of Ideal Fertilizer Jacksonville FU. j
that size require less serum' WITH WHICH IS
they Duval f J. O. Traxler) : One mited and aerated. On the other hand corn Is a AFFILIATED
i _1 and are more easily handled; than
( purebred Holstein calf was pla'edwllh Citrus (Sam II Rountree) : strong feeder and can attack and FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
large hogs. It Is advisable without COMPANY
a calf club member who has Much seed and fertilizer have been utilize slowly available plant food

t fall 10 ..protect garbagefedhogs learned the value of purchased co-operatively at ORLANDO FLORIDA
good breedIng a savior. materials much better than cotton ,
and valuable breeding stock after having been In the calf I Indications now point to good and some other crops. I S. R. JOHNS, LOCAL SELLING AGENT -

by proper Immunization. Though club for a year with a grade calf. crops of sweet potatoes, tomatoes, Therefore the feeding capacity

b4 i j sanitation quarantine, and other This Is an achievement of all clubjIILJ j watermelons, and cucumbers for ,'of plants have a bearing on the 4
safeguards are helpful In prevent this spring i J' -
I amount of the various fertilizing -

nt u

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2H. IO27 BR.IDFORI'll'NTY: TEI.K:(iK.U'll. STUIKK.: KKOUIDA r\r.K SKVK>fIulwwluuuuauuullwwuewouwlurmmlmluuwuoauuuw

nunu w usllu' wuwwuuuuwua,miwwwuuwwnnuulu.uuwuwww.uu I 0 0 0 0. 0 s m 0 4 0 0 4 1 I'd.iof' |1..I"'nI'Y .t P. IHJ7, Hlhol-i
1 1 r l, WIMO thinllc'itntliuiii of raid inn
,! Pan-Am Opens Southern Icivnilaiit\\ iii !h? taken us "r.'l hv sitUI p,,
HAPPENINGSAS ZIFF :!I IT 1 is I.TUTIIBH: .nl'' -:nl'p thai '
Ihl. order' lui lillbllrhccl 1 onto a w. ol
0 F00ooo0o0 fur" "Fciur coimvi-ullvo wr..kM l j In thullrailfiilil ,, ,
I (l'1' Tnl>>Kr''III.h l n n,, \t' -
TOLD CORRESPONDENTS' > or oServices :i Territory With 450 Bulk: Plants 'pnprr of Ki.n..ral cli"iMilatii.n |",oId'.h.|' | "
BYInOURICOUNTY "'il I In $15Ihe. Illatirniil, "Ci.iinn Kl.i-'
; were held at the Trim- / Itla
iiiiniiiimnpiiiimii miiium i H m i c HIIIIHHM i oilnm la ,M." ,
--- l I' \WITNIJ11: tho hand "rI WI|
Hive Baptist church of Hock Saturday d'iman (Mirk nf nltote .
4 4 4 '

<{> $ $ 0 4> 0o tog after their property InterestsIn and Sunday by the pastor I tit.. Hunt! of [thin omt mart' till a*, \v tht4ih o nn >

Law-toy list week I Elder: clay of Jiintiary!' A.Ii 1 I'I T i
4 of
Maecleiiuy A U\! \ AI.HKHM: iN. .
K.: O. lloyer visited Ills daughter large crowd attended.: I."II' I. ('Iel k c'lrrlllt Court Ilia.If..nlSenl I .
LAWTEY Mrs Fred Moore here Satur ( )) c'oiihty, Klui 1,11
and !Mrs.
II. II Howard and ; .I
." '''' C" A' Knl. htHolli'ttnr .tJ!
0 4 day. children spent the weekend at A. M. rnRxvUT: r,1\ .

4 0 .0 .0 4 4 0 0 0 0 .0 4> Mrs J. G. Goodwin and young Kulrhanks with "(I'. Howard's I-" fur, Complainant

BOH nre visiting her sister-in-law mother. \
Mr. and !Mrs David Moore and __ _
Mrs :Marguerite Register In Jack- Mr.( and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter j
sister, Mrs. C Y. !Mayo spent Wednesday t !* I \itruu; I.j,
sonville thla week. and son Ira attended services J
In Jacksonvlle.
c r 0 I IF _
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ii. Hjll) and son hero P.itnnl.jv: mid :tftimluv: ind i0j;
A Bon was horn to Mr. and Mrs. i were the Clients of :Mrs Hunter p In I'It'cIIII Court Ilrndtut't] t'uut." 1 _
L. Jl" Jr., visited In Jacksonville ( .' till I
L. I 1 b"l ( I" ('lot army.I9t
Dorman insj( Monday nlKht.I Sunday.Mr.. sl ter. Mrs. It. H. Thomas *. lViliiitl l.iintl, I Hank of L'oluuili I l u ,I,,, I.

L, DlnklnM spent Sunday with Julian Starling u"d Ilu unto 'iiinpliilhaiit' .
und Mrs. Fred :Mooie Malted[ \ H
his family here Dumpier, of Cooler fond, ,
relative \\1" 1I,1s T.'intltliiH| YiMllo TnmpKl' "
In .
Geo. Fulfil from Jacksonville Baldwin Sunday. I business visitors here Krldnv iMA 1 hi. \\IIV I ,, ami Ih.- Liiwtiy Nut.I n,1 "
Roy V. Ott an old settler of elwb 'F e11 xJe i faun' J.i'im AHMII,'latlmi, anti S.'It;< ,
was visitor to Luwtey List week. :Miss :Martha{ Cruu\er.! of Graham I I ,MI,' h, u wll..w,
Mrs 11. C. Cox and Mss folly Friday He! !to lorn ted !n Oral I spent I the weekend hero with 111"11.1"111.. ,Ii//I.,

Yurak were visitors to Starko: Sat Lawtey was vlsltlus friends here her mother :Mrs. J. II. KelleyMr. : I'rcrlu.trt. ..r llortanut u. ''..1
rtaittfin, ,. I.lXF Pin stat. of Klnrl'l. ..t '1'I Mil i
now. Mr. Ott hits many friend. /11I..111I tank. w mr jtirinim/hiim/ >/ >
urday. nn Mrs. K. I:. Burney and Mrs. II. here who are always glad to welcome Howard and l daughter Miss' tiri>, ( 1"1" ting't ( ; : It 1I1'1"'II'j". i litUllbtvlt
him bark ) tiled In ahii\c nn HI* II i '' !1
R. Sapp spent Wednesday In Jack to Ms. old hometown ICIIen 1 spent Sunday here with relatives .\\' OULHAXS.: =" -\\ hat' wtih' nIt'< lie- built I Iliu Kites hind l to l I'l' rlr, tc-d ol( HUM lathe development arc the Ott' .-, ToniiUltiH I ] and Vi sonville. u'ul friends. ; UhtH his \\ it| t\\o of tin l.'f" mlatinlu '
outstanding construction |>roti| >"> ill i ground; liounlit, nll.II' KC'iicral plan ri-xoiinos cif a $3tHMHIHH( cirRnni7lit 1 1n* iil tu ('ii HMO rf'Hhloiici. I I. utikimun ", .
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. !Mrs Chas. Shuford and three \\'e to little
Robinson of are I .
sorry report! anti Unit
they u"in hihu oo"
"ai \ "
the South during the !1UC"Look : ; : formulated for Mil organization of ion-a Huliil\ guarantco; of gasoline; "
Alkansas, have roonm with Mr. children of Vlrllnla.rrlvetl her.. Morris Kelley: on the sick. list I this year \ \ nutr Tw"utiiy-imo' vrnre.i It' It I IH
l station crude oil and Iul ricuut for t"" ,',.r.O, or leriMl I that MUCH' .
bulk supply < T
stlllo m.tnKwolmc > "III'|>
and Mrs. R. E. Blanchard Mr. Sunday and Joined Mr. Shuford. week'o hopo he will satin recover -I at the, records of the 1'iin- managers, UttiM anil. \'ulli. 'TtMiiikliiH' | bin \\ tfi.

Itohlnson la third trick operatorat who has been here some time. Amrrican Petroleum Corporal for tigers, pump ICSXITS and attendnnts many years to rome. \ on and! oath uf you urn lifi.-h( >' c.gourd .. ,

block office In Lawtey. They are located at Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis was a huslness vIs- your answer to tlmt question I'.ir truck drivers and the detailed I That ran-Am's faith in Ilio rapid\ nbotu| to 1111".1 ho )nod,,font appear| | nt bets the .*wort the t t i, i'

Mrs. It. II. Thede was a visitorto II. C. Cox' In East Lawtey.HAMPTON. itor to Starke Wednesday.. during eight months of !I.l- on Jlnuiny' 'the 7th I f
Starke last week. a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard. and company erected and placed in oJ'r-] of guMohne, kerosene tind l '' I 14 shown liy the tliotiFianils of inoturislH I'Vl.iimrv:: ; :, .\. 11.| 1927<; (to IIMH, \\'r.r"II :X XII'
Mr. b o 0 0 004000 Rudolph, of lalnesvllle, 'I' urn. hill of complaint" ,*ixhltiirf l f
and Mrs. Tatum and daughter son attended motor oil.PanAm.
ation 45 ) bulk in tlio ofFlorida of tlio
( plants at ten \\lu Pro taking ailvantiigo iiKtiliiHtnn III milil Court In, the
Luella of DeLand visited their 'm services here Sunday fihoxt* ant"it, lad rae, liy the I>V .l"riil
daughter Mrs. Geo. Roberts last a Georgia Al.ilininu> 116ssis- started' this. immcnoo un- wrvic'C rendered hy l rnn-Am denli-rs. l Land (tank of Ctuntbli6 < f

week. 0
r9 p $0 t9 4 I"ewMi111/Pr| iMiblinhiMt inHfiiilci I
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill and 4i > of million of dollars. .\ truly over 150 hulk plants arc In oprrnlion. I tlio rcicorcl-lirrnkiiiR! program carriedoutcluriiiK *. IIrl"U",1 I ) County, Klorhta In

Mrs W. E. Torodo were visitors to 0 uv southern program. too, for thin mntcriuls l'on1Ifllllk\ trucks can l 1.0 SCTII onliny 1'J-o! \, and are already busy Ilal'"LV ilttHlKtialtitl' an 'the newspaper.
0 0 < > w w O o 0 4 4> 4 0 In uhli'h tills. not"ire shall 1 1 1m |Iluh-
Jacksonville last Thursday.Mrs. PINE CASTLE of for this gigantic enterprisewere southern hiiglm!; ny. Tlioiiinnils. with phuteforeatendeddovclupment., : ) :llHhtMl for tour:: vuhr I\.Ir" tviceka
:Silts Tliflma Kulllviiii EntertninsLast : nest prior' to said 1 data '
in the South end the |>i>unrmue -
J. T. Moore bought t
was shoppingIn 4> 4> of run-Am )pumps lino wad In default I of ymir "" 1"-'
Starke last week. I Friday evening" January plants were eroded by soul bern work the highways. l'raetically 'lug' In Hiilil cause, ,, at fluid Him* and
0 .4> T v 0 4 0 iJ 0 0 4 .. ,..
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 21st, Miss Thelma Sullivan entertained p lure' n tl *rr u |1".r."U will lit'iitiri t.
Crews and men. every city, tow n, .d n KH I tint you lu Maid taut'" .
children, of Jacksonville, visited the Hampton girls' basketball Mr. A. Hall, of Hampton, was mid all iiUotfutftinN of sate \\nni .
relatives here last week. team In her home. Many ink visiting; his son, Charlie Hail, last The Tan-Am program was easily luinilot and village in mitt of nun" plaint will l Ion taken u*.
after the biggest undertaking ever OMiiiiiiivl tlirfiveHonlhoriiHtaU'HIins tuifuMrici) Itv you and ouch of you*
tereMtlng -
Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin and games were Thursday. and, aid milt. uliall proceud t h.*rii.
of which refreshments consisting Mr Thomas Oldham. of Jacksonville by an oil company. in the South.: For I''run-Am rpprcwonnlic. ,iftt-r! in nn oxpuitt! nuinnurTh '
young son, Ilaiford, spentr the :. ;
I Innds iliHorllM In Nalil
of sandwiches and cold drinks before the could ( Ancl Imck t ,
distributing cC
'i and Mr. Jack I'ndKot of > plants
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. U. t.r ?if <'Olltplaltlt HIM" tie fnlliiWN to-11'11
n. ReddlHh. were served. More than thirty Iraliam, werelHltort of :Mr. 0. '1''hiMUNI. : half of Northwest (|iiaiMfr,
this <.r Honth\\i eet 'I'|tinrlt>r. In Hnrl. Ion ae. \
people enjoyed hopl- \V. last .
Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Thede and. young Sheffield Friday.Mr. r, n-.lm, mm or operates One uf the l'{ 0in.ln 'I'' ,' '.II.G. Hoiiih of ItiniKH" 23 lOiiMt.
table occasion. : hall :, r, .,, 20 :unfm : :,r
f children visited Keystone Heights A C was attending to US tank ihipt bulk plods built! ao 1'JHa/ ",,-I nt ni'a"* lit Hi ltd Cord ours County and Ivlntr, I h'lnrldu.., ,

Sunday afternoon. Mr. and !Mrs. C. L. Mouser and business In Waldo Friday.Mr. 'hat I lu 1..IIt.t 'hieinggh' ,," lyuiMplitlniint :\

Mrs. A. A. Smith In daughter Margaret. were visitorsto and !Mra. A. C. Hall and I IrV I In Mtiltl. : hill! of complaint,' '
was an automobile ;and, Miilt: ,IM tit.i forerinsurn.: : : : of note
accident last Wednesdaywhen Jacksonville last Monday. da iKhtor, Margie" wax shopping! -.s._ ____. I and inoi"'tiftiKt" lien on sold' tint, ,
she went to accompany her Mrs. C. II. Bryant of Fort My In Hampton one day last week. I. It. A .H" .1 titiil II... ftu ht r.f th sum for I the i

sister Mrs. McCormack to Jack- ers Is visiting her father L. II. !Mr. O. A, Hall of Waldo, wasa w tlld iui\" '<illlUHfl nf ,nit tiitfellUT Id tuortKUKu: With K hell:ticritl or
sonville. In the car were Mr. Bedenbaugh this week. visitor. of Mr. G.Y.. ShellleldSundry. Jt i .'.>1>.,,, It, Icll.'f Wttiifwn the lloiiortMo' A. V Long

Alex Howe brother of Mrs. Smith Mr. and !Mrs. P. B. Hunt !Mrs. and A. /. ''AtlkltiN' Judges" alto II.| \VAhlt '.
and Mrs. McCormack and Arthur Harvey, of 'Waldo was ''iniaii' rink, and HIM sent of thin.
daughter Miss
R. M. Faver and daughter visitor of his llnll.Sundi ll; I c.itirt lu' I thu Town of St' a'k, Kriul
cousin Clyde
A large Cadillac hit their Blanch and Mrs. O. Haynes, were I II II ford' rountv, Htatn' of 1"ln..8.| thin
+ Buick Injuring the >y.Mr. I thti 4th. dnv. of l I' r J7fl .
occupants to Lake Geneva last Sun-
visitors A1.llmIttAN .
W : Cl'. .rk.I' .
A. C. Hall was visiting his
;1 of both cars. Mrs. McCormack I O. A. K I'III'r.' U. ..'
day.Mrs. daughter Mrs E. L. Youngblood ki wvn ,1 .'tJl.r::
.J was taken to the hospital at Jacksonville Lambreaux, of ampa. Is 'S'S + I': M. .' ,
of Graham, one day: last week t 3 + Hollfltor fur Complainant.
where several stitches spending this week with her father (Meal.. ) t-7-5t-3-4
( Mr. and !Mrs A. C. Hall had as
taken In her and she
forehead J, F. Johnson.
was bruised about the body. Mrs. Mra. I. J. Priest was a business their guests !Monday, Mr. and Mrs.

Smith was cut on the face and visitor! to Starke this week. E. L, Youngblood and son Law-

i. hurt In her chest and knees ton of Graham. Grove'sTasteless
Rev. W. n. Hicks of Waldo -- i
Mr and Mrs. A. O. Hall and
bruised but not serious. The filled his regular appointment at his speaking In Fort !Myers and stated In Tallahassee a few days

a driver of the Cadillac was serlously the First Baptist church last VonnIe Riley, of Waldo were I Tampa ago that the road. forces at work

". hurt. Sunday morning and evening. guests of Mr. A. Hall of Hampton. j News From .. .. there will roach tho Dndn county f

I A party was given at the home of Next Friday evening January a The state hotel commission has line with the Tamlaml Trail by

,,1 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Dave DurbIn last 28th, beginning at 6:30: p.m. the KMOHY:: n.....H CI.l'n collected 271(105( In the past four April 1. Two contracts aro being' Chill TonicStops I

i Thursday night. A large crowd ladles of the First Christian TO KK IN CJ.IMSIMKThe : State Capital : years and has spent 21ti22.71, ompleted In Dada county now. and

| enjoyed dancing until a late hour church of Hampton, will\ serve a I I according to a statement Issued. by the contract to bn let January 26 Malaria, Restores

when hot coffee and sandwiches chicken supper. Admission 25c Emory Glee Club of Emory Jerry W. Carter, commissioner will carry I ha trail In that Munroo' Strength and Energy roc
i' were served. A nice time was enJoyed and 50c. The proceeds will be University will appear In concertat This money was collected he reported county hue on the southern link
Tallahassee Fla., Jan. 24.-Tho I.
by all present. used for the benefit of the church. the University auditorium in from hotel Inspection fees, The Collier county forces are expected

Mrs. .Mary Reddish was visiting Everybody Is Invited. The sup Gainesville on the night of Friday lives of Arthur Davenport and consrnctlon permits operating licenses to keep on after they reach 1-

'I) her daughter Mrs R. R. Thede per will be served at the city hall. February 11, at 8:30: p.m. under Louis Thomas convicted September and HO on. Collections in the Pndo line and Join in ti> the 'I.i''itIIIIuIIII511151IIIIIIIIIlHItIIIIIIIIIIialutiu'' ''''' '''' '' '''' '''''''' '' ..''tiiiIt''' LuiII.IIlIIluIIIIItIItw'' ''''" ,,
8 1926, of the murder of
'of a
1 last Friday. Jackson of Valdosta the auspices the University of Dado county part of the highway
Mr. George anti 1921) were $52,972 and for 1926., HARVEY M. SNYDER
Tarpon Springs policeman
,; Mrs. Clyde CarmIchael and sister Ga., Is visiting his father, W. Florida Glee here.Club which recently ntencd,) to doath, have been sav- they amounted to $111,996.50, the about three miles east of the linn, ,

Miss Ruby Rosier, of Rosier- It. Jackson thIs week. appeared report shows. .. .. .
ed temporarily by the Florida BU- Mortician Starke Ma.
Tim Glee Is
Club makingIts ,
In Olle Pearce of Lake Stearns Is Emory .
town were shopping Lawtey court. That court iHsued Progress has come to Tallahassee.
Saturday.Mrs. visiting friends and relatives here first tour following Its Euro- In largo measure. Tho new Member of Florida Funeral
triumph last These a writ of error January IS, which The board of pardons has revoked -
A. M. Blanchard and two this week. pean summer. slain' olllcu. In. to the
two conditional and
Emory boys so often referred to sends the men back for fresh trial I pardons' Director and Embalmer Association. .
daughters Misses Arthurlne and Misses Gertrude and Claudia roof and ono floor will h.I completed -
"The South's Sweetest Singers" In PInellag county circuit court. A returned the persons to prison.
Catherine visited relatives In Mel- Woodham, who have charge of the us V
thrilled their England audiences few days later the same court issued One was Tom Ilealty who was. sentenced In time for the tug departmentto .
', rose last Friday. primary department In the public move In April. I. The Florldlun
a stay order which effectually to life from Hernunclo
with the excellence of their
Messrs. L. II. Hill, J. E. Good- school here visited friends at Ro- and by singing the- nullified the death warrant sign- county In 1899 for murder and, Hotel, II nn need by local cniillul. PHONES
were highly praised
fellow E. B. Wells W. E. Torode chelle. ed who recently committed second will ho opened to the public April.
King and Queen of England. Theyare by Governor Martin and held u Day-1 Night,-W
and J. H. Moore represented Law- The Santa Fe Baptist association famous hy the superintendent of the state murder In Alachuu county. The 1. Tho Florida Slate News a I""II "

tey at the sectional meeting of tec- will hold their fifth Sunday Union since now their internationally successful European prison farm at Halford.W. other wan Julia linker of h Illtls- morning' dally" under the direction. With DeWItt C. Jome i,' )

tlon 6, F. F. W. C. In Jackson- meeting at Hawthorne next Sun- highly boro county who was sentenced of Myron Mid., West for 17 years
ville last week. day. Many of the members of the tour. a a In 1919 to 10 yearn. for city editor of the fo'lorllITlmeH- .AlhallIImllnIIIIttnI/Iuu'! I !!!!!'! !/!!!'mSXInltnnlntllanttISt.srsuna'M'""!"-!!!'!!! !' '!!!!!!!!''!!' 11t

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Williams and First Baptist church of Hamptonare Negro spirituals are featured by I K. Brown farm foreman at Lei and who (' 1anRhIIlKh'l Union, will 'Issue Its flrst edition

family of Danville 111.! were look planning to be there. the Emory Gleemen but by no talford, haM been appointed tem- lated her parole by drunkennessand about February 1. Tho paper Isowned
means constitute their entire '
pro- porary superintendent at Italforci I by Charles W. Hunter of t
-. gram. They sing equally well the during the time J. S. Hilton |Is heldIn .. .. Ocala, supervisor of Industrlos Instate .,
I limcult choruses of Wagner or the the hospital at Jacksonville. Institutions. The city also John B. Thomas

lighter retrains of Victor Herbert. djperlnlendent hutch was! Bounded Nsllle T. ROBS of Wyoming;, the ,
Ii getting rowdy to start an extensive
i The Emory: Glee Club Is universally twice In a pistol duel with AI Drat woman "governor the nation paving Five automatic IIFGI.HTKHKI: AltCIIlTKCTHtnrke. f

r re.aQI recognized as one of the I louse, notorious lIava-Tampa evor had. It visiting" this week with program. I .
truffle signal lights have |
fittest organizations of male voice1 payroll robber servIng 70 years to.- Jov.. and Mrs. John W. Martin In been :ordered and will tin Installed, I Florida ,
that Is to be found anywhere. Its Tallahusaee. Mr. ROHM went out j \
various robberies. !louse. Lew soon Central parking along I ho I,
expected that many Starke music VVIIllami of office the first of this month and
and Albert
Thomas a main streets In to bo abolished. !:
lovers will drive to Gainesville negro, leaped from the farm and hall been visiting relatives. In !Menihu. _.- .- --- I

to hear the Emory Glee Club were nearly to the Georgia line > She succeeded her husband .NOTICK I I-I' I5+I++++++++++'F+.'l S I 1

are on the night of February 11. when hutch and trusty overtook Itt office In 1923. Her husband
had only been In the governor's | COFFINS & CASKETSI > t
a them. the ;
ensuing fight theuperlntendent The board, of public Instruction
Farmers and farm women who was wounded and chair, a few months when he died will receive sealed bids up too and a Full Line of i\ \ t

like a calendar containing valuable the trusty wm badly beaten but and his wife was elected toIII\ noon February 7, 1927:! for the

information for farm and home as all three convicts were recaptured.I Ills line*pi red term. According' to sale of the following school build j Undertakers Supplies ,

well as the days of the month !I has been returned to solitary accounts from Wyoming she wax ings. Plnelilll Ziff, Crestview and

fwryone says- should write to the Agricultural confinement and the others the bust governor that state has Randolph.The I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE : ,f

Extension Division Gainesville forts ever had She will probably upend'' I I
have been put In the sweat box.
1027 calendar. It's free.FEIITllIZRR several weeks In Florida and (!ov. 'board reserves the right to I I AI....,. *..n ...... T%.. %..! avrritf* :
#. .. .. .. :Martin hope to take her to the reject any' or all bids.II. I .I Ik. I..... prt_ __.. .(. I
Buick is Reliable -- Southeastern Florida It Is affected l.nlloN In t.lBrspli ..,.....*. > t 1:1 I
as I
; : X..:foUH-: South Florida Fair In Tampa February II. WInGINi.I:: HKGI8TKHBU BMBALMBH ,
by the Everglades drainage 8th. 1-21-31-2-1 Secretary.

1. SOILS ,\S)U CKOI'H dlstrlc-t" seems to have been net .. .. .. --- -- DEWITT C. JONES + ,

the on the right path by Gov. John W. The question of tick eralllII'tltm Ilrudenton.New plant of .Flor f 't
is why ma. STARK FLA J
one reason .
Buick reliability ( Continued from Page Six) Ida
Canning Company
3 :Martin In his recent series of anti the development of better Grapefruit ]I
Buicks are purchased matter: the requirements of different In that section \financing opened, In Ilrudenton. !, t .
. I jority of new every year I speeches on live Block on tick free areas Zu 4J
crops as determined by experimentation the future reclamation of the Oknllli II)Ilk"--'olll rlut let for i ...+++++++a+++I ++++ 1
I will Ixi the Hut>Je< l" for conference I
old Buick must be relied
owners. to
by upon Kverglades. Returning from the at the annual meeting of the construction' of new school liulld-,
determine the kind and ;
quantity here ;
Seaboard Air Line railway trip lag
ollldalH of the U. S. Iliireuu of
witL the Sealed Chassis which I of fertilizer to apply, and high : Tallahassee .Old !
Buick is the car which opened extensions Into Naples Animal Industry tu Jacksonville Spanish Troll, i t tPA'T'RONIZE
analysis rather than low analysis on the \Vei4t Court and !Miamion State !toad' No. 1 between Tullaj j
inside an or I February 7 to 9. The growing
operating part fertilizers should be used.
j' encases every the Kant, the "governor spokeat Interest !In Florida In npnpdlng up liuHsee and/ Jacksonville'' to bo pav '

I steel housing, to keep out dirt. Miami Fort LIIIIlerdll'e.'e..t' the work of tick eradication, and ed. \

Palm heath and Okeechobon. In In thu Improving( of live stock together Southern Ilell Telephone &: Tel fICHU: BUSINESS I

Buick is the car with the high-speed starting 'those talks ho urged upon the people with the fact that Florida. OKriiph company. to expend f 1'iuO' IlIDC. GAINESVILLE t tI

t the necessity for financing the has at present more than 8,000-" Oil"( )<> Improvements/ In Florlilu,

' t motor, for reliability in starting-with mechanical PilesCURED Idlsrlct\ adequately| and what he uuu' acres tick free and expects to ----- I BUSSES

4-wheel-brakes, for certainty in stop- I considered more Important for the clears up i.000.000( mare withina In. (Mr. nil NOIK"'Hurt.i:Klifhlh: Jurllcli.l. '
/ people to get together and work your will make the conferenceof valve-in-head .
ping-and with a six-cylinder, out a plan for future drainagethat tatn.'ery.R'ILMA !
, general (Interest through this : MOOIinil;; FOIl JAX-9 12
for that is the I will appeal to the legislatureIn lute.Illdn. Complainant.f a.m., m.
engine, engine April. If they do not but continue ; .. .. .. \'t1'11' Y.' !MOOHKH: and t p.m. )''-

of the motor car industry. In their course of bickeringand for .fMlnnf ;
envy nearly I2OQO.OO FOR
G'VILLE; !9:15)
In G to 14 Day anti. p'er IMturrr I : a.m.
the Is
wrangling legislature
worth of road building' will IIP II njpnrliiic by nfllilnvlt 'Illed In the I
Buy a Buick! It is a more dependable nd All Druggists are authorized to very apt to drop the whole business received January 28 by the state nh, named l e>nmpl"lnnnr, that Arthur f
I refund money If PAZO OINT. he Bald, Frequent conferences l department. Included in this i I
I ron ;\I"or.... the il.'f' n.lunt Iher. Iii IK a __ _. I
, more enjoyable motor car. MENT fall to cure any COM of with city leaders were held la. the third contract In !Undo county i'Illicit cf the Ktatn of Florl'l.i IHI'I i I .

ITCHING. BUND BLEEDINGor at the same time. In Miami particularly on construction of the Tamlaml Lan uhni-nt, il and conr-nulol hlnmnlf.
from arrant than
i morn sixty l duty
PROTRUDING PILES. Cures the committee of citizens Trail which In Itself will amountto prior to arm .iHHiilnir "t this nr.f-r: nod, '
THE GREATEST BUICK EVER BUILT In 6 the work solution that c rl'eMs runnot .b* ,erved iiii'in' r'bW '
ordinary cases days, I appointed to out a more than 1500,000. This contract him: In; person. That the fwnilitnt, HERBINE T1'"TYJvegetNiJ .

! wont cases in 14 days. from the Miami angle found the wan. to have been let lust h aver Twenly-ono years .>f ;IKC anilno j
one known to ultlunt the nervh/ For Liver Stomach, Bowels,
willing to endorse any
PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Re. governor week, but two bid were too high if n wuhpocniL upon whom would Torpid Liver
haves ITCHLNG/ PILES and you sensible' plan they might put forth. and two were too low. and additional bind tho >nit. l 'l..f"nihint. Indigestion

t REGISTER MOTOR CO can get restful sleep after the After making 32 speeches In bids were advertised for. the IT SAlcl I II': defendant THKItKrUltr l Arthur: orclerr-l f Moorerhe that I Prfa 60s Constipation pur bott"SulJ, by

fint application BOc. I IJorI seven days, the governor was forced Rarron O. Collier owner of the and In hereby required to iippuni
to the bill ',t sled lit l
ii, STARKE FLORIDA to abandon plans for continuing greater part of Collier county. ,clause Oil 'IT betllre complaint Monday the .111.1.tth ( '''.|'''111111|{'. Prutf Sture.a" .


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:'}" i; Bradford- County ADVERTISED bills must be ---I 4rMii $. ?" 1

presented to the
always has been complied I -
Ii ': of the legislature and,
: t .1\ Published Weekly on Fridays and
J has been wasted, and
r+' Matter at the Post Office at I ,,
of their
",' K. S. Matthews______________________ I measures

J. C. Robinson_____________________ I in which bills may be ad- ? :

t 8 I : be in order for immediate I

SUBSCRIPTION It of advertising bills that *rrI F- \ ;

: i Yearly $1.50; Sis Months, 75c- legislature that meets in ;

r.;; ; Advertising Rates on
definite both with refer-
't _________ n' ._,___.
to be advertised and the ..4
Teaches and Chaplin are leaders now I legislature, in which such I't

l 0 1 happens that the legislature,

.."' Bradford county's gasoline into law a bill that has not r I SIh
increase every month. of course, will be declared a- '

0 act in such matter.. There-

,!. Colorado woman displayed clothes and sponsoring bills to com- if 4j4uN7eQ.

.;'t..Y.. : "gods.. And displays them on ; and certification of such L
1 t"' 0 before legislative action le-

J; 1 The most interesting news item of

::1/1/ ;' ern states spent more than $ desired for consideration by '' A.ohrfe l'! Newyo I. .'

: ing 1926. in that it puts the
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't; a interested and affected on / .
,, .t.
< ,I One of the most convincing proofs done in the matter of law vlw

: ; f : ily growing better is the i a bill must be adver }, .' aka -

<'t 1 "William Goat." I those requiring advertise. :-- '
;i))< :'k: billy goat a
'\;r a and discussion of the krtturtt
"r 9'4:14'0'E 5ffHP r
: i. Palatka had her courthouse and to be of very great ad-

/l" j: last week. If they ailed to secure For one thing, it makes lOtH' n'fRr P w o n-.iifl orfy.i2

; should visit the newspaper office next. or not a proposed law is Ui :. : 1Jt-!

r 1' af f ,, 0 it leads, or should lead,
f in order that haphazard
: The real estate in Florida is over.
} ,
; I'I
to trouble later. _
a safe in a Gainesville real
; open .
that should result from
box of stamps for his trouble. are presented to the legis-:; :: .1 .
S o .1 iP.F iM I SLEE u0 '
of measures that are i 'T t 4Dl'C 1
I ::\ !
{ I N A student who killed himself to presented to every legis I :

l fr death should have thought of a plan to members and clogging the I L LJriljI

experiences. Everyone will eventually 'J. !
; sort and character. Mem ._ .. .
I -- :
i the wake of death. obiliging when it comes to -'M1

r. ef constituents want done. I + ." I .""f I Ij i1F
Norris Texa minister who I j I ,' ...l I
Rev. the best service a member -

charge of murder said the verdict was a his constituents, and to the "' ''-VJ...,;,) rFI'T

lie added to his faith the precaution of ; for enactment of laws that :: rL.r.i. .;,r. PL.;.. :, ECOI&D F..a I ) ALA

p: inal lawyer in Texas altogether for the general '-.." .. ...,...., "
,4 Iooro"C..,( -1; ..t-- .. --'-

According to the Starke Telegraph, number who are elected to .USIf-TIfO: COMING TYPE brick chimney and extension and room an unusual feature.,

;, moving north from that section and should, use their best ef weathered timber work. There are generous closets witha
More and more the trend of The architects have worked out special closet for linen In the
$ at the depot in Starke. Thousands of ( laws for which there is no building leads toward the English all details with extreme care. hall. All bedrooms have ample

: :; ped from Plant City each week, and enactment of more and .type. And there Is a reason, the The entrance Is In a vestibule light and ventilation.
; in earnest. I the Colonial and Dutch Colonial with coat closet on one side. The Throughout the plan arrange
fi shipping season .is on legislatures ; more fre
houses are numerous In many localities living room Is large and has an ment the architects have held to
.-tf: Ik'0-- I people themselves, espe to an extent that Is tiresome open fireplace. The dining room the desired features of economy
"Peaches" mother testified that the enactment of laws I opens from the living room with a and convenience, essentials for any
t iy This little stucco house Is English double opening and the kitchen house that Is livable In the full
months of married life consisted of and put on the statute
: \ ( In Influence. The brick fully equipped together with dining sense of the work. A cellar la
; ,,: scream and many frights." If that's Rarely do the citizens de ;chimney( and vestibule extensionadd alcove and rear entry Is at the provided.Cost .

.(.;. tion, out of the 3,867,382 marriages y on the books. although 1 variety and harmonize well bark of the house. about 8600.;
with the dark roof of variegated The stain go up from the rear Complete working plans and
'If" there will be 3,867,382 suits for divorce done than for requesting ,color shingles and the half timber of the living room landing In a specifications of this house may be
;'At.$; my dear. 1''o that has been referred to work. Among the green leaves I hall on the second floor. There obtained for a nominal sum from
',,, confounded. and foliage this house would be are three bedrooms and tiled bath the Building Editor. Refer to
; 0 'harming of cream stucco with red 'with a sleeping porch off one bed- House A-116.
Tampa Tribune writes concerning to the legislature, under ,

b, enacted by the last session, Haying : and all the more so by REPORT OF CONDITIONS; i St. AUlI'lIstine-St Augustine St. Augustine.-Construction to
1 ; $28,479 worth of free looks at a cost of this state requires that in Tin: HANK OF HTAKKK: Gas & Electric Company to erect start soon on new Ice plant of
$100,000 all steel gas storage tank I Florida Power & Light Companyhere.
j ? if the legislature, legally
w!; $13,000 went to buy books( for some of here. .
The Bank of Starke at Starke.
1$ ; ida counties with small tax values and is to consider such bills.- Penaacoiai-Bids opened for !
1 Flu., in the State of Florida at the 'I Orlando.-Work nears completion -
'J' ing for one of "th small North close of business December 31st, construction of Scenic Highway on new municipal auditoriumin
111 2 G. from EHcarabla River bridge Into this city.
; tax \'alueiand,\ more children, Pensacola.
H and addresn the sub RESOURCES Ga'ne'lv\l1e.-Cornerstone\ laid
Wk, :i' 000 worth of free book at a cost of $ The Kndeavors! on have all'' Loans on Real state_ $55,337.72Lonna : Tampa.- Work under way widening I' for new chemistry building at Uni-
: half of these books are still stored, : to observe the quiet hour. on Other Collat- Candy bridge linking Tampa versity of Florida.
eral ______ _______ 62,120.30 and St. Petersburg.Mt. .
0 Preaching service at 7:30:
J text books than to use the "free" ((1)) p.m. Ocala.-Addltlonal fire fighting
All Other Loans and .
cordial invitation extended to Plymouth.-S350OOO
.-,: ford county is not responsible\ for high to attend theca services. The Discounts ________ 41,226.17 hotel completed here. new equipment be purchased for fire

I fj. of children in Ilillsborough, if the organ .Is Interesting many. Overdrafts _- ,_____ 154.67 'J
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authority from Tallahassee, this United States Honda 12,050.00 14111IIgIliIII11Y41WW4nal/alwelllYelll"IILI/nII41iIllaalYW/ :: / i i YIIYIyaIWGiving
k bounty and Municipal
; worth of books to apply on his county's ( Honda ___________ 73,600.00

,lp'kd! ; Ahiclum county cattle owner 0 says PlrJ: J' POINTERS!;; Banking Other and Real House Fixtures, Furniture Estate__ 7,600.00. Him a Lesson i in

; enforcing the "no fence law" the : Saddeat cane or all Is the case of Owned __ _n__ -_ 0.170.77ClaIms i
i ;: their cattle into free range of adjoining Wr.,;:ey, Jr. If he hadn't and Other Resources il'

:;,S 1 ", "drive" starts into Bradford county the Oeol'ge'oung have had to pay out|60 that he I Tax__ _Certificates __ 298,25 ;;

on hand and some cattle owners will prizeMinnesota flue from Incorporated i
r. '. ,. Banks __ __ ._ __h 72,87603Cash ij
\ d have ever paid on part of their : man drinks 85 cup of Items __ __ 1.892.46
figures secured in the last census : ; and wins world's "what of Cash on !Hand _- ___ 10,460.24 j
: thirds of the cattle in Bradford county : championship.. -
Total _________$346,576.61LIABILITIES iI .
{ I which will explain some\ cattle owners' South Dakota legislature sug
t and fence laws. Black Hills as Coolidge' va
,i F- sory dipping no : Capltoi'Stork Paid In f 15,000.00Surplice I
spot next summer. Poll the
Fund __. ___
x ., will probably show the same I party leaden and 15000.00
Undivided Profits
fif : Telegraph Well, brother, Alachua : probably suggest Death Expenses and Taxes

t no-fence law now, so you had better Paid ____________ 4791.78' 7a1ueWJBenjamin
f }t on the job.-Gainesville News. We understand that la. the Inter Individual Deposits '
of honesty all big league base Subject to Check __ 148675.08
0 : parks hereafter will be made Savings Deposits ____ 144,911.09Time
l DUVAL any open spaces under Certificates of .
If the boy fix anything Deposit ________.__ 17,247.00
i \ State's Attorney Durrance has ) at least cant do It under the Certified Checks __,._ 20.25 Franklin, a wise man born of thrifty people -

: list of successful prosecutions. He has *. Cashier's Check Outstanding said : "If you would know the value of a (dollar-try
_,_____ 931.43 "
that place him among the most .\ EXAM1.\ATIO\ to borrow one.

the Southeast. The death sentence is : examination will, be __ Ir How
\ Total _i_,::.-._S3 U.5 78.61 true.
at the courthouse In Starke
( templatiod but it is required in many State of Florida( County of Brad-
Thursday February 3. your
son or daughter that
I ford, ss: '
situation that confronts the people of H. B. Wiggins. Supt.
I, R. J. Dave, Cashier of the truth and nurture in their minds the appreciation of
Let it be made known that crime in "" '' ....._ above-named Bank, do solemnly '
'''' '' '' '' '' '' a.MlwuwuwalwaaamWUelwulwwuuwaun' '""' '' ''''' the value of the dollar while they in the
i and long prison terms WITHOUT swear that the above statement Is are penny age.
true to the best of It takes a stronger hold and
ESCAPE and t hecriminal gentry will my knowledge becomes so deep rooted
and belief. that all later influences
toward reckless
While Mr. Durrance and his I R. J. DAVIS Cashier. spending and ,

/ dation for the record of convictions, the CORRECT-ATTEST careless handling of- money cannot destroy the habit .

'I ed for their services. Itecent juries in A.E. M.S. MATTHEWS DARBY of thrift-the solid rock upon which all success is built.

; had the service sof some of the leading III JOHN W. WHITE. Every child should have a bank account! Show

city. They deserve the thanks of Subscribed and sworn to beforeme them how to save. .
this 22nd of .
day January 1927.A.
to shirk from duty on the jury, and for .
4 l 4-in-l Shingles J. THOMAS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
g they have seen it, It might be added Notary Public; State of Florida at

made up of staunch law-abiding? Large. My\. commission. expires Checking Account: ,* Safe Deposit Boxes
August 7, 1928.N..FciUl
will be made harder
It is the duty of the citizens of per

their support'to the prosecution of N.wrFail.1
To Drive Worm Front Children
l: .' jury, testifying when they have Davis WHITE'S CREAM: VERMIFUGEDestruction Bradford County Bank

while, rejecting pleas of mercy and to the Worm
its due course. The obligation is not all 11. *to'tbe Child STARKE, FLORIDA
Prig 36fj Dtl'dolt... sold 67 I
rests with the community as well.-
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