Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 4, 1927
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Long To Construct Road. to Kingsley_ Lake i

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Vivo Miles of highway In (la;)' .ft

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t out Thursday by Mr. Shumuker. "
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In charge of the W. Long
In the survey urrorning to the report SUN) t Y'SOPENS PROlAJI 111'11.111(1Tn"l1'lIs: : \T
Company construction forces engaged Lateral Roads MADE It rl '
REFUSED are found In the stithies on
In building road 48 through KKYHTOM: : : IIllGllTsKeystotin : \\i
.' STATE HOARD MEN I the Sweat property cud, In the Andrews THE SEASON
Bradford county, five additional CARNIVAL OUTFITItallroad
Awaiting building on Court street
miles of completed road will be
both properties being located in Heights, Feb 3---
,'. from the Clay county line Pri'Knim of Hhl-'-'''')' IVrlotl. Includes
built Water Plant und Starke Ice ,
City the center of town, and the condlI llulldtng; totals for the fi1an,1\
\ taking over part of the contract ('rnesings( Muit: He Protected For Right-of-way riunt l\rii Clean\ 11111 ntllenlth on of the toilets niulntuned by the ;S110)y I' IIIIIMIM winter season In I the city will reacha

If. awarded by the Clay county authorities or 4i5Y'|
Agreement was reached Cut to Tu'h'111"14; I.uwtcj-Watcronk Group of ThirtyMiles the stables bo. removed to locutions of the general decline experienced
Wednesday between theV.. not so. prominent and proper Chnutuuqun us a national over the Male.
Long company and the Claycoun.tY' ; : Heady for Advertising Following; a sanitary survey of Care lie taken Is recommended. winter Institute established InK The new high school and) the ." \" ,

authorities, it Is l under- At the regular meetng of the for Rids Starke, made by Messrs.\ Cook. The) report 1 ends with 8111(1I'MII'dordllllllll"'S 1 yxtono Heights now opens Wide rlmntuuqua.+ auditorium have helped ,

stood and Mr. Shumaker state town council held Tuesday the Talbott and Sufny, of the state to rover phases not at Its doors In old .11 mo Southern hospitality to swell the total. The schoolIs {

contracts were ready for signing.; following resolution was passed At the meeting' of the county board of health some two weeks present covered by the sanitary with welcome for all to being' completed at a cost of approximately I

The construction of this five calling for an election to be heldon board of bond trustees Tuesday ago Mayor DeWItt C. Jones has rodo, the frequent Inspection by the great program/ of Its first usxeiubly $10,000 Including >0

miles will connect Starke and the 26th day of April, the elec- Assistant Knglneerr Klcklter reported received the report and recommendations the proper olllcliil to see that both February (I-March 27, furnishings' and equipment.' Tho .

Kingsley Lake with a hard- urrac- tion being for the purpose of submitting that the group; of lateral from the ntatn board\, the city and stato !laws lire almerved 19:7. llgiiro; for tho auditorium will up-

ed road the mileage being until the qualified electors of roads In the Lawtey-Wateronk section report I being/ given in detail below. and that all .stores! and stands Renowned ipenkors And lenders 'proximate tli.OOO< i.

clent to reach around to the north the town the proposlton of bond known as group 1. we reedy Stnrke has been noted for yearn where fruit, curdles and other of thought will lecture, I he bust Thn Impotanco of tho two buildIngs I

side of the lake where forces ing the town for the erection ofa I to advertise for bids the only for Its healthful surroundings!,; : and commodities! ontpu\ In the raw talent that. America uff.ords willPIII.'rllllll I to the town rather tlnin their I{

working from Long Branch will combined city ball and armory drawback h'llIIIle lack of deeds with the Idea of maintaining thin state bo sorwencd. This lust has und various study claimex cost Is significant. Tim school, Is ,I

connect with the end running from building. Owing to the ordinance ;to the right-of-ways for part of reputation I he city health department been the cause of prolific complaints will bu conducted by nationally Iho city's first high sd"oCla" \ ses

'Green Cove Springs. Length of requiring registration books to be I the lateral system to Im Improved naked the bureau of engineering from ImiiHew Ivex In tho known teachers. huvo heretofore been held In converted -

* time to complete the contract was opened thirty days prior to any a total of 30.6 miles. These roads ; department, state tmard of punt resultIIIK' In Homo vendors! Recreational peevish tits node buildings. If the city conllniies .

.y not given but if the P. W. Long election for the registration of I are provided l for in the last bond health to make a survey of tlm protect Ing their products by e"li t t-br1llding conditionstwo nf. to grow at Its present rate !

company maintain thulr present qualified electors, sixty days must Issues and Include the following : entire town. It Is I tho general consensus screening or placing nndor glass. lie greatest sources of iiHcfulnexsand It Is but a matter of a few years \

stride the road will be completed I elapse before the question can be Damon cross road extension to of opinion that In the punt Tim small fruit. and lunch stunili Impplnuxs( of life are offered, until I Iho (building. will I ho used for

before June let voted on. road .4 ; from state road 13 to the town has neglected to a certain with their fruits caudles and l food at 1"11>t'liuiilaiiiiuii.' It Is iindriiomlimtloinil tin grades and u new high school
The resolution was offered by Frank Morgan's from state road extent I the enforcement of Its religious
Grading crews in Clay county ; ; KtulTs displayed 1 openly will tin required with no beromos. necessary
who have been working from the Councilman Davis and follows: 13 to road 14 by Don Frlgo/ ; sanitary laws, and with the present l to properly screen their or lass. distinction and at the At the present lime Iho ch.iutiiuquil -

; lake to the county line were changed Be It hereby resolved by tho Crawford road to road 9 by John growth It has bucotno neces- products IIH, well us the larger mi mo" time. Is an effort In practical Is the most outntiindlng fun-

Thursday to work from the line town council of the town of Starke, Itrownlng; road 9 to rood 14 ; sury that they bu moru strictly en itores. form to nwaken and deepen the turn In thin lire of Hie community. \

I east ahead of rock laying. Grading Florida from road 13 to Crawford road by forced. spiritual, llfu Is one. of Its hupplvxlpliuxes. Additional buildings luue
the forces (1) That special election is Crews road 3 to road I B to road In tlio campaign for u clenuet'mid 111110, friendly already a
will be completed by ( ) a I, ; During I the past row months n. giving been planned to tnko euro of the j
1 healthier ( lilt'iii Is
own Ii urucooporullim
now employed in Clay county the 1 hereby called for the 26th day of 4 ; Lawtey to road K. Crawford large! number of hoaxes on streets 1 t'lirlxtlan ill mospliere.Florida growth of the institution. I ),
wllli I Ilio Bluto boardof
for' A.D. 1927 road road 14. to road I 9) ; road 21 Is ulxo )
)0'V.. Long's contract calling : April : ; served by a sewer huvo been connected riuiuluiniuii' practical Among the oilier bnlldliiKS con- JHJHlrmted
II In-allli' and Iliey uxk cooperation -
treatment ((2)) That the purpose of the aforesaid not given; total 30.6 miles. In the advancement of nil
a rock base and surface and It IH the Intention of of each reM"Io'lIt.VII h this fall Is the I Wi-lnnum HI t t
election Is to submit to A total of 64.5 miles of tilt literal tho city olurlali to continue thisrnmpnlRii Unit is finest and highest; In na- .
start building. This building
)"fUTIUlI.nnOTI; ; : : ; W04 HKLIix : ) the duly qualified electors of the system of roads, have been located until all In renth of a ithls n111 iii tho |problems). slioit fating the ll'inal life, with poxlllve stund for tin. meat market mid I the
town will bu solved In order.
im\i>Foiti> corxTYWith town of Starke. Florida, the question to the present tlmo and l this sewer linn have discontinued tlio America" cif tlio American CountI-l Cooper sanely store, with apart-
to the benollt 1 of Tlio
everyone. report -
of Issuing municipal bonds total mileage has been split into till 11111.
; line. of open' toilets. Added. to this follows'lion. menls\ on Iho second floor. The
the able assistance of C. of the town of Starke Florida, ofa three groups known as the Law- new sewer mains ure 1 being laid on : The place, Iho program> Iho spirit ( Interior of Iho Putemon furniture

A. Fulford county agent of Columbia total face value of not more than tey-Wateroak group. \No.: 1 ; Starke; all I I streets where connucllon to. theexisting He Witt Jones. Mayor, and. purpoxn of (his winter assembly store was also llnlshedh\ \* fall.
maturing as hereinafterset and Hampton : No. 2 ; Brook Stnrke, Florida. HIM South appeal to In-
(county and Mr. H. WBlacklock 130,000, group system ran ho mudo. in A number of residences have
out for the building of a town er-New Hlver group No. 3. KnKlneer Hear Sir: I telllKenl und cultivated people,
of the State 1' xpt'rlmE'lItStation Where connection cannot ho Hindi' been, completed\ and others plan
at lalneHVllle, Robert F. hall and the purchasing of a site Klckliter's report shows 011 account of levels, n sanitary At (ha request| of City llualthOtllcer. I whu want to enrich their lives ned. Thn Case. homo on Lake ,

.. Ward county agent of Bradford therefor. In and for the town of quite a bit of detail work remaining type of toilet approved by thn et eta lr I':. I.1 HlRKS, u I
id county held five meetings to died Starke, Florida; to be dono on groups two and board 1 of health will lie constructed of conditions, in t llm town "r( net u lirouder und Informed. outlook erected\ on Hint lake during the fit*
of said election three, covering u mileage of I'.i.l Slarkn was ('tHlllt"'I.lalllllll'Y\ 2IJ and enjoy. u i-heel" fill, happy
That notice j"r
cuss fertilizer to be lined this year ((3)) by property owners. pant your Thn homo of (.11111.... I
These meetings were held at Hodlertown shall be published in five consecutive and 18.7 miles respectively. Eight Sturke'x water supplh nt the and 1 :21! h)7 l Messrs.. Took Tallin!! lire For them. mid ail whc cler-! Lawrence, on Luke lenevu will
projects are Included In group two and Safny of the stale 'lioard. t( lull llkn experience the nolnlilnproKriim ,
Brooker, tlellbroni Issues of Bradford County municipal I plant, and lliu water o a shortly bo remodeled' the luilldlng
Springs/ New River and Waternuk, Telegraph u'newspupcr published and six In group three.It used In the manufacture of Ice at health, bureau of ciiKlncurlnK, uxslslnil ( of 1U27 has been)( piepur- will he ureutly; altered. under Mrl.uwrenro's .
Is understood the board's object I lI"alt iit. eil. and for (hem" awaits the weliiinir I
and there was a very good attendance weekly in the town of Starke. the local plant were cheeked, and by City Ilepnrltin'| 1 present pli:". \.
shall bo pub- In "grouping the road projects A tletutled report of conditions noted will) every possible. kindly
Florida said notices
85 being
about present ; I
men the report shows pure water available Tin hoiiHit J lust complct'i' ,bIlloHH ,>!
lished before the said election, Is to ask for bids on each separategroup nx follows: inwlslnncc" of the ulllcers and lorn! I
both Conditions
Hume. at plants existing and MurKcnt; Is UK11" rut mm
The principle point under dig showing, ((1) the amount of bonds and to speed construction at the high school building I'l.I itlrs-| .1)'lien. aro npproxlinuln- h'Iruils, of ('liaiiiaiKiuu, ,lie creeled( In the highland: 1 dl"||

cusHlon as selnctlon of fertilizer proposed; (2); )) mat sum bonds ure work by not letting tho entire system were noted by the examiners andrecommendations 1 ly t 1BO ope-ii privies III thin Town Cmlnent: llUlniTliu Irlct.. It closely followii (tlio ('u-

first us to plant needs, second for purpose of building a town hall to any one contractor. In connection 1 will bo made lethe of Hturke. Notices" were served. tu opening' day HL-I-\II-II| of tlui lonlal .style mid Is easily eau of Jl

quality, and third the most for the for the town of Starke. Florida' with the locating of these school l authorities. inuny 1I'ol.el'ly, owners but HOIIIUnotices ) Iiuutumiuii will bn addressed< by Iho pieltlest houso. In the. city i ito
three projects figures presentedby Dr. Samuel II. M C'orinlck." t liancollor -
site :
dollar. and purchasing a suitable Tho worst features brought I out were prububly not nervedliecaiixa Tho home of Dr ieorKO; W
recommending that therefor ((3) the time und plate the county engineer showed HOIIIO wero not at knew emerltiiH of. tin I diversity
\Mr. Ward Is ; Mondn/ the district .
eliuuluiiiiiii'| ,
the farmers where possible, to buy or places of the holding of said that the total cost to date amounted edge of I tho work lieing (lone.Monofonoti Many of thesa |>rlvle" uro located l of I'lltxhiirKh, who will deliver HID IIIIH lieen" priltlcally' llnlxlied. Tills
to 3,500, or an average of sermon la Iho auditorium. on Sunday -
the materials and mix their own election; within 100 font of u newer main
; HCHNUUI Mteim bouse, iilno, .
mile against the 1'p opens up u now" ieHon.
three o'clockTliu .
I about $54 per as iifteiiioon at .,
for In this way the grower can la the event that two- nnd 1 can be roimuctcd nhllu otherx .
((4)) That cost to the slate road department The monotony of the ollwrwl..oroutillo Ix fortnnalu In It is located In what will bo I,
save enough; to pay for mixing;. thirds. of the votes actually cast by I average of |250 mile for sun- session was broken by the whirl are nut .lociited. wllliln reach .. cliuiitiiiiiint eventually Ilia heart. of the chaulaiKiua -
per' being able to stall Its religious
but the principal thing Is that he the said electors shall favor the reading of bid submitted by of a sewer, iinixt conform to Stale family of biilldlngH

I knows what he has In his fertilizer Issuing of the aforesaid bonds in llur work. recommMidatlonrito Sill ltlt's Garage for furnishing supplies laws of .pit |'ii I vies" or septli! tanks. services thin under the Inspiring illvlnol Nearer to the Inert, of (hoIty 'JI.
The) engineer's direction of eminent '
I mixture. There are quite a the aforesaid amounts' that the Issuance for of'lIl to tho hoard. I'p until January \I'luns for the, 'Diminution of lIlt Is Hit houso now under, coiiNlrmtlon ;- ,
hoard one the {
the group l Mct'ormlck brings to (platform -
number who are practice of said bonds Is hereby or- follows llrst the purchase of necessary privies iiiuy Im hud' 1 at tho ('flyClerk's I by Mr. liryaiit of \\1.,1110.'hl\ ;".
system are as : of tin l-'Iorlilu ( ((11111 tttlltl ill "
home mixing, uercd and approver1- for thin olllre.Miiny building Is louiled HIM
: That a grouping of the roads beadopted supplies miintalnlug/ 1 Iliu wisdom. Karlll'rolllIrolllh, long across '
loads of material already ordered ((5)) That said bonds shall bear with regard to the orderIn the county road. gang repairs to ho iii-s wer-i fo'iml' to 'have yours of ministry. und through; his slreut from the (lest homo erected
In these Instances Fulford the rate of 6 cent connected l with but J. J. Lawrence nf the ,
Interest at per which they will be constructed. equipment, supplies and oils was city sewerage seventeen years of xervlro as cbanicllor \ by one l founders .
Blacklock and Ward have assisted per annum payable seml-annuully, That someone be authorized:: to In charge of Knglueer Klckllterand old prlvlns still )being used by servants of I the University of rillsNuleil of Koyslono Hulglits.
In working out formulas! for the from date of Issuance; deeds to the right-of-way. ) his assistants. Iho labor and. and liolp., These privies are hlHlIh. Another houso will bn started i.
secure ;
various crops, and the farmers who ((6)) That aunt bonds, snail be That advertisements bo started supplies being divided among the hereby lectured. it iiulxiiiiru and SM- krr shortly by Will Plurru Texas iuKeystonu '

have investigated the quality and serial bond. and, are payable as nt once for wire posts and a truck different garages; of the county xhoiild bu removed at ulI"... All The cliuiilaiiqua's llrst lei'turn l.aku next to the \Vh'i i
prices of same are more thai: oils liiiman exiretu In prlvlun. un's Mr. Plorro Is f'{
the gasolino and being property. plaitnlng
follows: Two thousand dollars for the fence gaiig. ; : supplied open will .bo. given by Fred. II. Smith, for -
pleased. It Is estimated that 80( beginning with the year by tho Standard Oil Company which are iitiiinili>nii.) Hliould I ho removed to erect" u biindsomo homo
each year That) an experienced man cu- u long limn u leader In Y. M. C.: A.
per cent of the growers present at i A. D. 1930 and continuing at 2. publo of running a field party and through Smith's Garage/ at tank or I lioroiiKhly\ revered l. amioullioiixe work In this I mid other countries" here, on a lot I he recently 11111'.h"Hpd. -
these meetings! will adopt some of wholesale If til bu lined, for otherpurpoHi'S I .
1 000 each year until all said bonded supvrvlblng construction bn employ wagon or prices. who' appears ut I the auditorium, on .1
the methods taken up at the meet- thin Mr. J. must. bo moved, from that During the '
Indebtedness Is fully paid, said ed.Tho\. At January meeting/ :Monday evening February 7. to past m miner harperHirtltii
Ings. bonds to be ill denomination of engineer was Instructed to II. Hitch was appointed by the locution. The privies. nt the S. AI glen hits. address, ""1111'1'10:11: at thoCrnxxroHiIft. boiiKlit tile hoimo owned by

one thousand dollars' each and to i have the 1 Starke-Lawtey road cast board to act as purchasing t / agent I I.. depot, were cmide.mned and are / ." I I. Edwin; Larson on Kuvstono! Luke ;.

nl'ICK iirit.vH o\ 11 inn WAY be dated the first of July or January of tho Seaboard Hallway put 111 and. the gasoline mid oil bUHlnuxs u dlsKrurn" to nay town. \Nollrun: Mr. Smith hex .devoted. nearly and ronnjdulud, .l /It Into u very comfoilahle -

J of the year Issued and payable passable. condition for a distancenf was awarded to tho (lilt 1 iu>flnlng were served to fix up. forty years of hilt life to work in home. Thin 1I1"II'aUI"1or .,

1 A Buick sedan burned In the i I at the Hanover National Dunk[ approximately: ouo-quartor miles Co.' und retailed through the Supreme UiiH-r "supply' mill. |rc -The City the Y. M. C. A. Ho bus traveled, Iho ,building, wus /grually Improved ''

1 ditch alongside the highway a of New York In the city of New south of the Lawtey city limits Service Station at nn Increase \Vatur Works plant wall Inxpnctednd widely In this country on beliulf of In Iho process

mile north of Starke last Thursday York same to bo a lien on all Hill\ of H. II. Thomas for material of. 0110 rent. a gallon; over found I to bo In a very good condition the religious. work of that orgaiilrntlon. The. boiixo built for Mr and Mrs.

night about midnight the entire taxable property;; and labor on the Dukes Ferry the Standard tank prices.\ This action A Hiiniple of water wits Ills experiences and. oliseivutlon Dun" Iteumnr, of Meadvllle., Jurlnif I i

'." car with the exception of the ((7)) the city council of the bridge was referred to the engineer was explained' as uecessury to taken und\ rumilts showed It to IK: on till trend of current the paxt 1I11I'lnlhllll/: hiir-n complvto-.

engine being destroyed. The engine town of Starke "Florida shall determine for Investigation, and the secretory keep a heck, on the amount of gas of u good snnltury quality with a 'iffulrs/ wily lit him ti> dixruxsAmerica's I ly mulshed during the pint few :''I'

was net touched by the flames upon life most advantageous Instructed to notify Mr. Thomas and oils used by the different! work low bacteria/ count. A suinpln of r-rotent day (position weeks for their. winter homo. )j

,'.. it having the appearance of burning site for said building and that the board had not knowl- gangs and, to stop the alleged. leaks well used by the !Klarke Icu Company nail, to point out lily drift of the Likewise the house of Dr'. and
from the Inside of the body. shall purchase or authorize the In the system. for nuking l lo, also taken times. Mrs It. flruce (Gamble of Mouilvllle {!|<

Before morning the car had been purchase of the site selected pro Exchange At Tuesday's meeting Mr Smithpresented and results. of I the water showed to '1'.. Tell KoimiiireChaiitaii'inii I i bus j Just boon f fiirnlshiKl.. { I

practically stripped by vandals of vided that in no case shall more Milton.-Gulf Coast Citrus house In- his bid and, the Stand be of good sanitary quality und goers; will hear of There bus boon no accurate estimate \

f' everything of value. than per cent of the net pro- to erect packing. ard Oil representative was pres, low huttcrlft count. Many pltchei "Florida; In Story History and Ito- made of the total amount I
The license tag was missing ceeds from sale of said bonds be Kscambla County. ent. The bid offered' the board /gasoline pumps were found in outlying territory mnnre" through; Dr. James Lewis of building/ within thin city for the V

.. from the bracket but a Lake Butler applied to the purchase of real at tank wagon prices oils at where water can bu extend Allison. of Sebrlng Flu., and, fall and winter period just ending.
... outline) tag was on the ground. estate. lion and 1tled. was unanimously car- 10 cents a gallon above market ed. Cliiiutnu'iua' Lake. N. Y. Tuesday. It will probably 'bo In the nelgh- -

It was reported that the car was ((8)) That said bonds shall lu ( price tires and accessories at 10 Dump--.Thn city tra.h dump wan evening, who through his wide Interest ho r hood of from $50.000 to $BO000. ,- j
from its owner Mr. Kerce clerk Instructed to notify cent above wholesale. ami, all Such n figure Is I
r rtolen no case be sold for a sum less than The was per Inspected and! found to be In fair' In history and his yearly pilgrimages / a very re-
and driven here when it was run per rent of their total face value the Seaboard Air Line railroad epars at 10 portent discount. This condition. It IN suggested that to Florida bus become ac- spoctablo sum for u place of tho
: into the ditch and burned. that the of Starke had bid brought the questioning of youth and slzo of KeyxtouoHeights. <
and shall In no case be sold to mayor / up trash should lie burned often an nu u I n ted with the better and lessor -
-- other than the best and highest been Instructed to enforce the how the awarding of contracts was possible. known phases of its history. |
r. ('()l'NTY.G :T1't4I'HONE! .: bidder at public and- advertisedsale speed limit of twelve miles being handled by the purdius- lir. Allison hu4 long been a While It Ix early to predict, n S

': We would like to announce to and shall In no case be sold per hour In the town of lug agent and the discussion. waxed Si liool--The school was I Inspected student. nf history and bus mudo n building total for tho next year 1

r the growers of the county that without a majority vote of the Starke unless the said railroad warm. Chairman Matthews and the following conditlonn Hpnrlulitndy! of the Interesting In- It may bo pointed out that the xtutoTs

Robert F. Ward county agent hat town council of the town of Starke made provision for the protectionof and It. A. Weeks, who were absent noted Titers were no urinals. In ililunts silica the discovery. of the rapidly coming out of the iluiiiu t

a telephone Installed In his home, "Florida favoring such sale; the public at the said crossings., at the January meeting/ approved boys toilets same should bu pro- Florida peninsula" Tim legends It bus experienced during I the past .

and it Is hoped that it will prove ((9)) That subsequent resolutionsof Said enforcement to take effect the Idea of a purchasing vided. It Is also suggested/ that I Ihn romances. und I tho historical ten fill)ltlhue. Building prospuctsare '

a help to the growers who wish to the town council of the town of March 1st.Cjulgley agent but the members differed |>aiy.>r towels bu ,furnished' \ wash facts urn alike known to him brighter at this time for, next j

get In touch with him.ATTACKI.NU Starke as to the matters and and Davis made a prop- on the method of handling the room. Thra bullillng leaks In spots To .live CliMMeH year than for the corresponding I-t

,I' STKAWIIKKIIY things herein and things relevant osition to buy the old hitching business to serve the best. Interests rnd plaster hud fallen out In manyplaces Ono of the Important branches period just. passed..
III the hool In the "oys'tutlel"
shall have full operationand shed located on their property on of the county. The discussion, was 14 that
hereto of the chaiitauqua Is devotedto
I'LAXTS! nn the first floor The floor''), ( or>Tv .iiiNiivs; : IMICKKr; ) d
street The council accepted when tho matter referred -
changing Cherry Mottled was
f force In rescinding ( health and /self-exprosston., Mrs.
offer of $50 for the the agent to should bo rtxed. The waste lines t,
w abandonIng their to purchasing
modifying, Clara; Z. :Muoro-Ferrell of New
of strawberry growers -
Some our Is Theodore Donally. operating
from, drinking fountains not ';oniiflcted \
and canceling or all partsof shed. get the lowest prices on all supplies York who has been' ,
are reporting their plants dying any instructed to' the septic tank or city City, engagedIn motor vehicle on rim $15 bond.
attorney was needed by the county gangs.
The city
from some cause the disease or this resolution. the ordi- sewer but runs Into the yard and the sumo type of work at the Oaks Alexander: ', gambling.
draft necessary
Insect not being widespread but Passed In regular session this to of running forms a puddle. Covered metal Chitiitau'iua Institution Chautau- I'leud guilty : $1 and costs
of the the tat day of February A. D. nance for prohibiting \ N. Y., will conduct this work
attacking a iu invent number of all kinds of fowls on garbage cans should be placed In qua Will\ Hicks, operating motor vehicle -
plants In a field to make It no- 1927.A at large of Starke. The Chamber of Com- the yard for waste papers and for the Florida Chaiituuqua. 'I on rim. $Iii bond. .
gentleman was present asking tho town \ Moore-Ferrell has. conducted
Mrs. .
believed the -
ticeable. It Is not of special legislation merce meets every other refusn. A separate report to '
make appreciable, for a license for Chalrplane and a Advertising for several successive seasons M-\\: IIIIU"UHUIOoiS1o:0: : \
will any
Injury consesslons the week be- for the town of Starke was Thursday night at the thft school board with recommendation II. A. Bishopmanager of the
for and
difference in the season's output, few the will be sent from this of classes: In health self-expres j
but growers should get in toucl ginning February 7th. Mr. Alder- also ordered Inserted newspaper the City Hall. Every citizenof lice. sion at Lake Chuutauqua N. Y. telephone exchanges in Starke
for the period prior to with Her work Law toy and Waldo\ has new telephone -
Ward and let great success.
with County Agent hi- the town is expectedto
legislature In April. jenr-ral. ConlItlonThe alley
with the strawberry !!! meeting of the ( there has made her widely known directories Issued and ready
him communicate specialist In order to that the council did not have any The council wilt have a charter be present. 8 o'clock. for distribution. Many local firms

determine plant Just what Is Injuring the knowledge of the class of attrac- drafted for passage at the next sea. (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Four) are represented on this new card.1vavANaM4MwAMMWRWYWMYwIW .

tions. Mr. Davis seconded the mo- slon. ..

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-- ,-- a other note."Parlor entertainments.," observed 'Hedge* making cording state chamber to reports of commerce to the Florida was I $1000 a Month Left to GirlWho Never J JI

Much Efficiency conducted, by visiting every countyIn
"It ls not a parlor retorted Constance the two Hates which produce to-
__ *" i, coldly wl'U rlore are vulgar/ i bacco and by Interviewing farmers I Knew She Wasn't Millionaire's Child I
Nevertheless the maker of notesmade '
and fertilizer dealers.It .
E.J dd.tyII Rain no erasure Instead bo stepped ---
Is. Indicated that the
By and Crt )
across the room and paused on the '
ii, thicDhnld' of a smaller apurtment. la what Is known as the old belt flit lung *' Mary Charlie Hugourpauu W the hume, she turned to him andI

t IIK4.IV Hr.ltK: TUU \VJOII I. concerned, I expert, or course A Mie-iomn.," explained, I Con j will be increased approximately in alive for will flaws I Bind

*. 'IIIIOOHK. bnli*.... that you children, will nutko me your stance.: Boyond Is n conservatory." 1 ten pr cent but that the Increase 'I'tu glad I'm out au orphan"

'I .......... and ..'d..'''', ".... ae- confidant unit adviser" Mr. llPdKv made additional notes. | In Florida will be around twenty- tlUUU a UlVUlb IO spend 1 luau J Khtt I The iiiillioiiuire only held her
lh.. ,:<0........, and rhlMr.-n!" The expiesulonceui "
runted llh "You I wish I to see the library again tins soy children they will
l.oranrall"n. I..mll.d, writheIn five per cent. Hamilton county closer tu him sod told her 11... too.wu .
Rm.l.wr to
.0 IN.. hi. k..ili .k..ld the three lie said ( which lust year had only 200 have the IIOUO a uiuuttt and tbeuit glad
their ..,........n"". for Mvmonth .> their chulrs. Why thin Interloper" The procasslnn retraced Its steps, I And all thus. the
.."". h.. !. ml of the was scar"uly older than Billy Lfrooke1 Mi- ledge/ pausing/ the hallway to acres In tobacco plans to IncreaseIt they Have tnildreu: they will I ."l I years rietidt
rllT.. lit ,manna lawn nllhuuclnfnri L'nKnown to lillly Hedge... watch extinguish the lights. to 600 the coming season whileSuwnnnee Have the .luau u uiuotti. or I bo FUKUS helped. the flutter
lln. hln, .ro.. ii rhlliUrn.nnmtmxf. I parents' keep tbe secret. from the
1 .. William find A"... Ins the proc-eclmK narrowly "It is customary to leave them Alachua and Madison Such IS. hit will ot Charles i'
or IliP new ....n............ will you kindly explain to mo," burning,"' paid Constance counties are expected to sho. Hugo nillllunairu. oil Claim abu girl

II. tI ,;",..:. .Inrl.n.r..... wotk. .enalMeer annnaar l.. he said suddenlywhy you wave a "evidently." Dut hu did not turn I proportionate IlIcreaHe.I I died recently, in Tulsa Oklu The Edge, will piuvides that the-
analaned .n In order to widow shall have
the ...... to the nhiMkrdfary match eight timer ex them on again. I n :Mary Charlie uuw 15 yeura old au itiioniv of
t ............... ... deewa d'.u....... anguish it?" The library, that apartment Into slid student lu a iirl school\ tlfiutt .a inufiib for Ilia for herielf
evidence' Mad ,..,... the Billy gaped at i Mm which the efficiency man had made Florida growers In the l ldistrict Hastings and Mil <"'htttnThe !
I rules was adopted. by Ml, add
,....11" HI dlnarr Itrdae akr "Vou waved it eight Umoessn" his original I entrance afforded him have reaped millions/ of del I ... I I.. lu>."1"6 until "h" luXI
time from "I.! ford lo tell the Mrs I'"".. wden the. girl! ... uul)
fcatlrr. how lo walk rfnrlfBtljr, declared H"div. IlIu..traUnll'allle an extended opportunity for study lars. from the Irsh potato crop durIng / yuurs uld l III to be only fSOn aiiiouih
and then ........ Into. a d'...<..njr. .. enarxyAn unnecessary physical effort Ho Inspected It more minutely than the last few years and there 4 few months oldItt'ttlutlun but tl r..1 i ..lie Mill share
", .. .'*
with the three .lId. I hut might be employed I ex
llr mill ......11.... 'ft hlt, mrdwklfk ." the rooms on the other side of the Is no reason why farmers In North lo Her her" foulel uiwihtfi h luci/uio: WarI *
....... .ln plr "II. lUflx', tinnulrh a match-so the nail Ha walked from end to end and West Florida should not do Although neWBpttpel, men and I I Slits" a statement,' that Mary,
.. He lighted one, wult-td until .
H. H.M flu hrka. p Inlned and silo to side, stopping occasionall I"
the. oitAtnle, politlM. cif th. r..rd flame had firmly caught the wool, shelf of books equally as well with sweet potatoes many wther citizen* of I'uldu Knew *, will h'lva s thn/,N a lid a
I examine
,! a < ............. deride. on a Ml .f thin held It a few Inches from, his ) lie to took note a of the groat table In as a side line and the farmers of the adoption, the girl hereeltdid uji'iitti I neiKefuiib..

r heckllag 1 1I thr' finer' and of two wrlting.deeki have pledged: themselves to plant nut kiiuw' title. was an urfhuu >t 'w hrt-tt. (jviirratbMisWhen
NOW .0< ONirn 'mi: :sroic44 \ until the millionaires\ will wu .
th"t ritual rear a window. nearly 500 acres.
4 J ND tho 'II1 Inmend of your ilIii 10k ll.i observed with a slight frownan At the present time Maryland, tiled\ toi' .probate Thruugbimi. del, the girl' roi-hes. tl the
Innumerable number of electric life she. bud believed tbs wa. be actual "..' ''' it t"-r! "u.l'tuud Is to
lp3 Crtrnt nam-I. that ulna an I Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey
I II I bull>s. all glowing softly through natural daughter( of the Panes bo 11 out ,iiiuiito aid that Is to
.. apparently! have a stranglehold
nuked Con l
"ronoiny' nc their translucent glass. Several of And 1 I always will love \UuilclyCharlie ionium t.; o'na: the bird gen

"A$ ur''ell! )'." I them he turned out as ho passed In sweet potato production .... (my uwu Chit said re .r"U'11I .

'Tiut thero muHt lx other 'H. I it ,1 A Circassian.walnut phonograph and are shlppnK more than the entire ivbtly 'I 1 tn glad be Uidu t lei me. Mum liii.,orlant Until. (ho\

'Hedges' In the wor4! even In 'ho I ariesttd his attention."It south below Vlrglnlit. :More know I Was adopted lliHleud of money' m the luig> "t lovo Muddy
ploys tunps," explained Allen than 10,000 carloads have been born intu bin home .
It would to get Charlie left UIH said. the
city Bcom very easy Mary C'lan'II" I"'JI" yuiing
sweetly moved out of that district. far
so Huge will made tilt a.lllioiis heiress .. "He
you mixed up"'Theoretically "You have music here?" asked Mr. re entry ate the
this season according to the Fed- after reaching. middle .
age wu .
kindest .
I His will malt lu I.'IH world
II MlX9.'When. .pruvirtad for prpfiuallfifj
yen / jy <
{ g eral Bureau of Agricultural Economics. known and loved toi ills charities .
'I will try tu In* tu be the good
doslro It" Constance
1. no. Take your own ca e. Your wo lie bulll and endowed. a bums lu 'jf the boiiiv b .jpeniiluii wuinaii he wi:ntt-rt me to te.'I .

yi namo I licllove, l. Connlanco, T. y "And In the also?" Sweet potato production throughout which large numbers of orphans i Every Lime Mary: Cuuillo HeI i I 1 will n.> >n synod the money

Drooko. I care not what the mMdlo. P. t "Certainly. I also have a piano the county Is 34 per cent greater have been and .are being cured fur <,..n'I>""I..d h..t JIJIJI"d rather to'' us be would L..'* Ole spent It"

am e may to; It Is superfluous and upitalrs." than last year with wholesale
a'n I lie made another note. and the Tamlunil Trail Road No. Jacksouvllle.-Building permits Winter Oardeu.-Contract let
In any event. W'o will I&4itrL prices from 33 1-3 to 50 per cent
throw out the T/ to begin with. W* III "I suppoM that's too miiih .music;' leas and here Is where Florida 5 In Charlotte County one of 7.3 Issued during 1925 represeiitederettion of $140,000 senior high

) giowleii, fitly, with >t el.mc9 at his miles 21363941. school In this city.Y .
In, the State Chamber
p j wtll now BJUium that your card IsI sisters."Bxnctly. comes says e

art I printed 'C. Drooke.' ," mild' Mr Italic evenly -Florda can put "yams" Into the Compilation of reports on the

"Engraved" amended Constance He continued his market when other states can't
exploration and
production of flub b Florida:
: counties -
y ?, "Printed." said Mr. II
graving costs from three to four lot Into the wall. !I Blueberry pie may be at a premium under the We can charge your
way (supervisionof
times as much. However you are "What Is that for?" he inquired In the berry section of West Y YES 8 HKS
Commissioner T R. Hodges. Of
,i "It colls the butler"
'C. Drooke. Now you suzgeit that I I
Florida iiext summer If the -
i that Is not suUk-lcnt Identification. I The HIMency man pressed It, then I Imand those counties which have been STORAGE BATTERY} InSmith's .
from northern buyers con-
Insist that t, for your purpoieM, It laIn took out his watch and kept his eye completed, Eticambla leads with a
tbs first pll1r
i t tp whom you dlHtrlbut.thlu. cord e ?nt" the library and stood at nt- l mouths before the crop begins to the Florida State Chamber of

Owing to a nllly BOCH| | custom are 10:1"11.I home In. The owners. of the Sapp Commerce" hall been Informed with StarkeFla.

/ v quite aware of your Identity... In the "T"'ly.two seconds' he observed.. farm on the outskirts of Crestvlew. Charlotte and Hrevard counties Garage

l d' rocond place there It no other 'C. 'Whcie did.. you come from Horace?" ''the farm where the blueberry was lovely following
Drooke residing, at thin number on "I was in tho dlnlnc-room air" .
developed I ) already have "been offered
l l? Fifth Avenue In tho third Mace I "A dlstunco of somif twenty or I
n contract for the season'sproduction.
venture to say that not In all tho twenty-live yards You occupied:
circle of your acquaintance Is there thirty.two seconds In walking that: Last season the Sapp "Casey"L

t another C. Ltrooku with whom you tinlanco Now while 1 do not require farm produced 36,000 quarts and Ship's .

'ift could poanltly tie confuiod. There I II you to ru'n. hereafter I shall 'the firm seeking this year's crop

may to other C. Kroakes In tho xpoct you to cut your time In halt. desire an equal (quantity or more

.world Vet: I should estimate. offhand That will allow you sixteen necor.Ii If the farm can supply them. An-
that ample.! Please call the other J.tfR. DAVS!
+ '1 your chances of being other buyer who has communicated & CO.
confused< with one are about one In I servants end have them all report to
with the Sapp farm operators
threu or four million. Bo you see (no here at once."

that practice and theory are not always "What is thai! (orb"Ups It was a wide.eyed company that has sought to place a contract for
In accord. Take my advice and faced the efficiency man. with more berries than the entire blue- INSURANCEAGENCY
I leave the *e' off the Hrooke. It I In Horace standing a little In advance berry Bectlon produced last year.Florida's .

( cumbersome, unnecessary and silent and puffed gently. and at on., side, like a noncommissioned t .
t"l' I It you ure It you ought to pronounce Waste of wind!" exclaimed.Blllv: officer. They stared at the

It. Otherwise It la alphabetic. extimvtganca. triumphantly. stranger with frank wonder.writtenon highway system has ESTABLISHED 1886
: ." "Not at all. It was necessary far their faces. BO many straight stretches In excess -

t > Mr. Hedge: smiled gently and evidently me1*, expel my bn.ath. 1 merely took "All here?" asked Hedge with faint of seven miles In length It

awtUted a .refutation of his advantage of ah Inevitable sarcasm. would require about half a day of STARKE: FLA.

I tenjent. There was none from duct." Thore-were eight In line the State Road Department's timeto

*? I Constance; she was annoyed unil The Hedge person was thus far Impervious "My own maid Is away" for the check and list them, says the L

onary.I He had an annoying faculty evening," wild Conatance. I Florida State Chamber of Com- <,

I ,' "That being tho case." ehe said of turning a thrust to his own ad "Very well" ; who are the others. If merce. The chamber has obtained -

/ controlling her voice "why not leave vantage. you please? from the department a partial
"Horace the butler, know
the final '0' off 'Hodge'7" There was an awful sllonc. during you I list of long tangents as a result
began Constance after n rebellious
h a The substitute father studied her which Constance and lillly eyed Instant ot hesitation "Next to himIs of the expressed belief of Lake Get Your Money Promptly
substitute father
their. furilvoly.
with quick Interest. Mary, tho cook; next to her. El county road. builders that the seven
51 "We will rise. If you 1'1"....*. he
"You are an apt pupil' he nail. vira the second cook; the next Is mile tangent In the Cassia road HAROLD. C. WALLINSURANCE

"The suggestion Is excellent.. When said.The Rrookes rose mechanical'?, its Frank, the chauffeur; next are Mln- between Euntls and Crows liluff
It la necessary for me to obtain new nle and Ruth housemaids; next Ho
the longest In the state.
though It w -re quite useless to offor was
cards shall do so. Thank you. Ruth Is Fanny the laundress The
resistance. Bosldus, dinner was over. There Is one tangent la road 27
J 71 r Somehow Constance did not feel "I should like to examine the othornpnrlmonltl ono on man.the"end Is Giovanni the furnace the Tamlaml '1'rail, webt "f: !Miami I. Represent theBett[ Leading Insurance Ctmpaniti
that she had achieved nn effective '
on this floor announced that will be 34.3 miles In length -FIRE
aV. retort. She did not want to bo an Giovanni glowered as his name ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITY
$ Hodge. went down In the little book. when the highway!: U completed. Girls from the engines, hog class
apt pupil: she did not In the least Intend
to b* of any assistance In pro- load Constance headed naturally the procession assuming out tho of "This completes the list then?" One section of this tangent 10 1-4 of Hunter College recently demonstrated ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
thxlr knowledge of
"leg economy and efficiency. asked Mr. Hedge."I miles In length already is completed mechanics :-
the dining room. She touched a but
by taking the
said motQr..hlpTampa
Mr. HmJico "oiiKli to hl. forgot; there Is onoihor an addtlonul section 12 miles
pursue| udf ton at the entrance to an apartment
out Into !New York
Constance, counting "George, the bay and
vantHve'Vuu across. the hall from the library and long is under construction and the
footman. running It without help from 1I'y:'
children mint nn, "
v "]io hod an evening off, miss"! explained men. The ship's "Casey, Mlis
he said In a friendly lour, thai mart examined its rich furniture
k for building the remaining 12
Horace quickly Alice Per petti, chief engineer! la
.y' my iirofeHHlon proceed iiloiiK critically. "We will do without him for the miles. It will be the longest tangent shown here at the throttle
41 J i certain welt-.l,,niu-d llnuii, It In notnwcftMNurlly From a .pocket h., had produced a present" said tho clllclency man aslie In tho state. REDUCED RATES

i a complete' Mclenre I small note book and pencil In whichhe reached Into his pocket and drew
;,i hall always l.u glad tu receive im- proceeded to make a few brief forth a document that was already In Leon county on State read BLUE BUS LINES

t K..stlonH provided that they run form entries. ominously familiar to the three Xo. 1 east of Tallahassee these Is Grove'sTasteless

F to the uonural theory 'and I principles "What do you call this room?" he Urookes. "You will now give me a tangen' 9.8 miles in length.I'.oad J.BAVEIITARKB TWICE: UAJLYI NORTH AND SOUTH

i of nrlenlina management. I want you asknl. your close attention." No. 2, between White Springsand
k to feel free. to come tu ni. at anytime "Nothing particular unsworeil Jasper has a 7.17 mile tangent To JACKSONVILLE $1.60

t* on such matters. Constance; "It Is US4M1 to recclvu \I:\T tllVI'TF.Ul A tease at There are two long straight OCALA MLLE .90
guests, occasionally for dunces or .
"And In all matters, so tar as that I.'n. $2.15
stretches. on Road No. 8 near

Okeechobee City one ot 8 miles Chill TonicA TAMPA $5.90
for Women; Dr. O. T. Woodley,

Clermont Superintendent. ; W. 8.of Cawthorn.Public Instruction State-, and three another In Levy tangent county of 7.72 one of mile 7.9, : Body Builder for Pale Tickets and Information al! COBPENING DRUG STORE

1 1 [ State Chamber Commerce j ; Senator W. C. Hodges, Tallahassee miles on Road No. 13, and two on Delicate Children. eoo

; Dr. W, A. MacKenzie, toad No. 1ft, one of 10.2 miles

{ Leesburg, chairman of the education and the other of 7.9. Road i->'<->.

committee of the house 01(( 4 in St. Johns county north ot St.

representatives. ; Mrs. W. S. den Augustine has one of 9.3 miles.
; One public school In Florliln, IH vey an recommended by the ('(inference nings. Jacksonville president ol f Road No 20 In Bay couny between -

: presenting an iitiiisunl problem toy on education held In MI- the legislative: council; Mrs. J. Cottondale and Panama City t

four ('count ", suys the Florida ami liecemher! 6. I II Reid Ramsey chairman of education. has a 0 mile tangent, Road No.- 6 ,
State Chumhcr of t'ommertfi. A I I "Tumpii'H sthool building plan Florida Federation of Wo In Gulf (county one of 13 miles

student may have his seat In I'ut- wan drawn with the survey recommendations men's Clubs; Mrs. D. P. Council, I
as a basis anti In
nam county, hut If lie (1(151 l TON n Lake Worth chairman of law en-
drink of water may have tn KO this mid In many other dlrectlonnthe forcement Florida Federation oWnmete'e
city Is utilizing the Information
to Bradford/ roomy for IU: he may Clubs; Miss Elizabeth e
and deductions net up, sal(l
sharpen his pencil In ( IllY rntinty II Skinner Gainesville, chairman of
V. V. Sharpe chairman of the bll- ;
1 but If he desires to ask the t cur' tier children's code; Senator I. J. Mc-
', remit "The undertaking cost
/ whether "cat" IH 81"II"dVllh (C'ull Jasper; Representative S. D.
$1U.OOO.I Tampa feels that ul-
a "c" or it "k" mny IIIIVH to walk Harris. St Petersburg: ; n. 10:. Everett I
over to, IUl'hlla county tn ,do Nn. ready It has received splendid supervisor ot education '
value for thin Investment and that R Breakfast nooks
all of thin without r'
1 I leaving the Lakeland and, Ed. R. Hently,
room lo which he IH amtlKtipd., the usefulness of the survey will chairman of education. Florida Relief was immediate and
he apparent for many yearn as. a
I The town of Melrose. although' cnntlnuliiK uncut for derisions af- Department American Legion complete after one applicationC. are so convenient;

i mall. 1 In located nt the point e
fe'IIIIK I the city's educational system. -
v where Putnam Alurhtin Clay and M.Ballantine of
The Lee County Credit Association 85 Kllbowie Road

1 ii nrailford ure always lu att "HI.III'e. "'\'lth the background of actual the sheriff's office and County Clydebank, Glasgow, writes all the g A cozy breakfast nook in'your kitchen I

school building, IH. exactly on tho k. way from Scotland to tell of his re- What lot of time
I experiment and experience. Tampa Judge N. ( !Stout combining their a and tiresome work it ,
l crucial spot. Putnam nod Ala- endorses the Idea of a state-wide forces, have launched a drive markable experience in getting: rid of would "Too !
save. expensive" ? \
chua have been the prlni'lpal supporters I an acute "crick in the neck. you say
iMliiratlnnul survey believing that against persons who give worthless
..i. of the school lu the punt lipnents, will accrue to the state checks and the first offenderwho "I couldn't move my neck an Inch," Come in and see us. We can help you build
although children from unit he "I Sloan's
Clay I Liniment
t therefrom at leant equal to Hume fell Into the net went to Jail says. applied breakfast
a nook
Bradford ore always' n ittteiulunce I hoping. that it might ease the pain I x at surprisingly low cost.
tho City of Tampa has realized because he could not pay the flue
Thus somewhat. By the time shaving A
Putnam Is In sole charge my
t? of the limtltutlon. from Its community ,survey" and costs. assessed In his. case.Members water was heated, the stiunesa had< I Whatever your building problem is, we'reb

a of the credit association completely gone"Sloan's ',
I ready to give you helpful advice. We
k' y It Is now proposed that the l I.PKIslature
composed of thirty business
The Florida, State Chamber of Liniment these I ; ;
; '
tie gets amass : can not only make practical suggestions
next spring: be asked to as _
Commerce concerns are reporting to the or- .
committee education lag results not
on by just deadening thenerves .
? ) authorize the annexation of I'ut- I has been revised with !Mrs. ganization's: headquarters each but by really helping the body -"? to materials butrecommend the logical con

nam county of approximately two ; Katherine II Tlppetts of this city night every worthies check received to throw off the cause of the pain. It I ,r tractor for the particular job on hand.

square miles from Aim'liuii, Clay continuing as chairman according during the day's business. lends an increased flow of healing
; and Bradford In which event !Melrose to an announcement by President The association expects to determine revitalizing blood right to the aflecte;;
and the school would ho entirely Herman Hluin.Ira.! Tlp the chronic offenders quickly spot? driving out poisons, relaxing: buy Ixmbtr. Our..".K. it broad, Iul,.

2 within Putnam. Cillzmm of petts Is President of the Florida and prosecution under the state, tight muscles, restoring healthy mus- fiJf:1J1Ow. all your building pnbltmt Wthav For a 100% roof ;

the territory concerned are understood Federation. of Women's Clung and low will be Instituted immediately cle-tone. you plant and...... ofmatrriali -lulp call our ROOFING SERVICE DEPARTMENI'I
w to favor the plan Get a bottle today and have It on you ttrp eta daw*-put you Is) toutk withoutmctort I
a member of the board of directorsof a hand. All druggist: *-35 cents.: We the '
e the chamber .. Itnom art rtliatlt carry genuine Asphalt Stingte i I .
South Georgia and North Flor-
The educational bureau of the The new committee as organizedby ida will produce approximately
J I Tampa board of trade In the light I Mrs. Tlppetts and !Mr. Dann includes 65.000,000 pounds of bright leaf Sloan'sLititnent

u rw of benefit gained. from an educational the following: Dr. A. A. tobacco next season according to

survey of the city of T mp". !Murphree president University of predictions of tobacco experts who JONES LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

has gone on record as emphatically of Florida; !Jr, Kdward: Conraiil. have recently completed a surrey

i In favor of a statewide sur president, Florida State College of the I
territory. The survey ac- hILLS PAIIM STARKE, FLORIDA

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J I EUUUNB MATTIU ,.S: UltAI/i: WonD. Jtioc' offered in c41 '

I Live State Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor 41, two colors

Athletic Editor Publicity Editor I


: t TOLD BY OUR Sometime within the next four Howdy, dear folks how are I p

u you'e are fine.
-- our school to be But we do
Stuart.First ; -s----;:; the ney general's This survey consists of survey tests, think that was dirty that the editor I

new Martin county jail were presented federal matters to Intelligence tests, which put In at the end of our nice I
to the board of commission to recommend to be given to every grade, poetry last week By heck! that

era yesterday, and tentatively accepted -: ments or the first, through the twelfth; was good poetry-better than he I
after several changes were : the direction of Dr. Fulk, could write! But some people I
made. the University of Florida. These don't have any sense anyway
St. !'rot. Kelly wan In real I
cis 13. Duffy are given with the view of n good II
Bartow.-Wornhum, 28, formerly "Fighting the capabllty for do- human today. lie told 1 us about I I

of Camella, Ga., was Instantly of New York work, and amount of work a good comedy lie saw and then II

killed yesterday afternoon when day for a visit by each pupil of the he showed us how some of the I II
he stepped In 1pool of water to continue a According to a statement people In another one walked. He tl
while using an electric drill at a fy was recently In a leading maga- Is a pretty good actor, as well as t

machine shop. A widow and twoch1dren one half of the population of principal.We l.
John I
Kelly, .
For than the
survive. olic writers country Is morons. A pretty more twenty years touring

City and Father statement isn't It? We hope) that dreamed the other night; has been the world's most popular family and
a bolsheviks had
Miami.-Suit for $60,000 dam- of the report( from our school
ages was filed today against Paul cent professor college, help disprove It. planted bombs all around tinder utility car. It has earned its reputation on amaz- 4 r

Koaney and Paul M. Beacom, The tests are said not to be dif the school house and that they ing performance carrying its load over roads thatno
were keeping all of us shut In ,
builders of the race track here. but as there Is no way of up
The suit was said to be Institutedto Tallahassee. (') for them, several of the here. Then as they touched dif- other car would tackle and standing up year
collect for structural steel used oners, all white seem to be decidedly wor- ferent buttons on n switch, different -
after under the hardest The all-steel
Leon county year usage.
of the
parts building would
in construction of the clubhouse. ( ; and the fact that the results
fenses, refused be published and recorded be blown to pieces. We hope body finished in Pyroxylin, upholstery is of

Bradenton.-Saleoton of Or- penal labors not add to their comfort. We nothing like that will happen to Ford leather-cloth with match
Governor John one-man top to
lando as the 1927 convention city that the citizens of Starke,
featured the cloning session here Prison Bradford county will join us and the storm-proof side curtains open with the '

today of the fifth annual were summoned hoping for the best.TIIF Somebody who wanted to act
convocation )
doors. For and for harduse
of the clergy and laity of the situation. clever has nicknamed all the sen- city or country driving,

tho Episcopal church, Diocese of of them mere :1).iTI: iors and sent the list to us. Heroit this is the car to choose. Costs little to buy
the "sweat box" I Is,
South Florida. ter, the "Lazy"\: Matthews (our dear ed- and little to operate and will take you anywherein
The date for the big; show has
return from the itor).
comfort the
Pensacola.-Sallormen aboard (' definitely set It will come off Precise" Jones."fo'lll'ndly" complete year 'round.

the vessels of the torpedo Flotilla Tallahassee. night February 18, and Pitts.'Tilg" .,a
and tenders now In the harbor will admission will be thirty-live
Newell.Buahfur' .
be entertained Friday night in a Ing of the ( fifty cents. ICs not often you II' invite you to try this, car for
this <( ciety
rather novel manner. The fete year the opportunity to see a med- yourself at your on'n convenience
will be in compliment to the blue- lando, according of music, comedy, dancing and Kendrick."l"ervous" Bennett. free of charge and without obligation.

jackets and Is being financed by ering ment. Is The now in (' in general, for fifty Studious" (J lInlee'hlte) Just phone when you'll te ready.
enterprising citizens and officl.ils ; so don't miss Stunt Night. head
tion. The
of the of Pensacola. --
< city
during February the 17, .\\\,1'Ia'Sn: im.ti>F<>Ki> TIK.IU :. 'Murcello""Sweet": Mlthchpll.Moore. J. W. ANDREWS Jr. / ;

Miami.-The Dade county commissioners wards In the ; HI Dignity"! Dlanch nrd."Silly" ,
have called for bide for Futch.
the construction of the Everglades test among high Friday afternoon, February 28, "
ducted for the "OIKII, ('.. Struth.Touty" Phone 118 Starke Fla.
avenue causeway, a project for .. Lawtey Town team played our Manning."liahy" ,
Florida history,
whch $075,000 In bonds were vot- team on the school court. I
society is IIfIVll. ,
ed for February 23. The game was exciting, as
project very Cutle" Orlllln.
will be divided into four units for I l lime first half the score was 12-0 Hard[ Bulled" "'OUI!. :
the bidding. Daytona favor of the visiting team In 'ooIlHh"llcllll"hn: '- I II
asked today by third II I
'! quarter Luwtey ;oiiUnuo I Wild" Weeks.
KUsimmee.-Mrs.! Crate Sellers to aid In a a substantial lead, but In I "Wooly" Illtch. I

was killed and her husband and old wife, who he ) fourth quarter fresh I guards; Romeo" Steinberg.Pudercw .
two other occupants of their car yesterday from and Urlflln were put In ..kl" Andiews.'Sheik" .
were Injured in a triple crash here. When last seen: : game, and with their help tofHl1I'r +I : Thomas. I

The Sellers car struck automobile war walking with good goal; shout I UK; by I
that made a left turn: in an if to go for a forwards and center, n. II. S. I

front of it and a third car following habit, the I ; up with Liiwtey, nnd at Relieve you us, HOIIIU of the II CARS. TRUCKS TRACTORS
and his wife (' ;Keillors lire sure Ketllnn; childish
It. The Sellers car turned end of the game the score was
completely over and righted itself. ago from Live i It) 18 tie However the game; I In their old ago.; Wu caught soma
rent reside ; I forfeited to Bradford us Law of them even )playing puck-a-boo) miv

Maml.-John II. McCathon of reason for her was unwilling to play on the I QUALITY THAT I OUTLI V t :S; THE, 1'ItICt'
home after her .. O. O. Hay, we know HoniethliiK good, ), ,
Daytona Beach was Instantly kill- .
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ed at Hallandule IS miles from she might have too. \\ ., are gel tlug ruady for we- .'-....--'a -,- ... .. .
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here when the automobile In which Stunt Night and It Keeps IIH pretty i

lie and his wife were travelingwas Stuart.-The ; iirri.r.uTills : busy MO good-bye for t Ibis time. Hull I I liny will miiku higher grade; u!I fix It up helter, and with a second, like a cyclonn with their

struck by a Florida East Coast bridge over the : _. 0!, A, \V. j on llm survey If Ihey stay homo curse ilevlllsli yellinII lay on the
tJ'alu.Irs.! McCathon was slightly !; north have been 7"I Is the second victory for -. ---- Hint day \\'(> write these wordn. How trim ground.! pimilyznd. with four 'I'lie
H. S. over Luke Itutler t tills ivnitvn\\H:\ : UITII
hurt and was treated at a local were lighted last they. ore! loader< of the mail baud wax approaching
hotel The McCuthons were on standards ore of To use a sporting (page term -: It keeping cool makes. a person They mire uttered hy Bliidentu. tuna me--wan standing over
dope buckets have been
their way to Miami. Their automobile monize with tho com- fool IndiiHtrloiifi, wo should 1<1 iloHOIIIU and fur: mo--I could. feel tho cold hliidu of
Mrs. McCathon said, was the bridge.! upset this year; as for When the editor told me to get mighty good work out hero. "Of nil sail word nil IOIIKIIO or hid 'tomahawk on my bare perk, I
past seasons 13. II. S. has some Interviews I decided to start
stalled on the grade crossing. standards were thin. month pon could foe) sharp knlfo lomovlng/
Deo Electric defeated steadily by the But- In on him. "The Hiuldont, are, wo'vo flunked. what I little hair I had left from
West Palm Deach.-Mrs. Pearl which also put team In this game, which win I upproiuhed) him, and( then, just St. George limy have killed the again." my .humid--. .

Jane Roy of Lake Worth, was wired them. ;:. Monday afternoon, Feb. 1, as I started to speak to him-lo, .dragon, but Heaven help him if -L. L. N. "I lien your pardon," ho said '
[ ( '
gained lead In
needed want and a early he flew Into a perfect. rage! Ills ..
killed almost Instantly and Ivan
he ever tries t work a trig problem nonchalantly lighting/ clgiuutto."would .
prove the game, and held it throtiKout face grew red as he rubbed his T'O'i'ffl': mm. "SHUCKS
Rousseau sheriff,
deputy was
severely like to buy any nlco I
injured about 4:30: o'clock the north. ntruggle.! The final score was eyes pulled lit his nose, and massaged _
Navajo blankets
Thursday morning on Ocean boulevard O. O. his "Adam's Apple." Finally What Is the need of picture" To limo seniors. grand tutu! great; todl1Y1".M.. M. !
between and Eau Gallic.- from the depths of his hack A Ilttlo advice I now will Kltl''''.
Uojntoii Delray,
for eland rooms when we have -- .
artiste -
both bridges will be -
on utait-
when the car In which they were Construction pocket he pulled his handkerchief I'm told, you're struggling hard.
of our own to keep the hlack '
at an early date. and blew his nose Hteiitorloiisly. wth 'frlir.
overturned the has been awarded and Skirt
riding as deputy boards l decorated all time time? Sleeves
gave chase to a machine thoughtto the Turkey After quieting him down for a And Homo have' evoti bought a wig.
bo laden with whiskey. Dixie hghway Orlando.. -Robert Kelsey, for- little while I ventured to ask his Hut don't let it maku your hair *
What with about tho
and also for an (' secretary of the St. Claud trouble lie replied, "Oh, noth- HOnK turn white, Try Three !
I swallow meadow lark. black bird,
of Commerce, who
on lug much-just wanted to sneeze CaiiHO It shouldn't keep you awake /
over the Florida
Vila Marcus examiner
supervising I and. blue bird, about tho only one m
!! was arrested here by city and; couldn't.Then at night I
of the department of Justice, IsIn way in Martin I left to be net to music IH. the Jail-
warrant from the
the city to Inspect general fede Torrecene, on a I gently persuaded him to I bird. Ray, I can; for you know you will, Tones I
rat conditions.Mr. pany, and C. W. ( jury of Essex!: county, Now I talk about himself a little. lie Succeed' In working/ trig with skill. \

Marcus said that he plans I indent! of Bridget ('harlnemb"zzlement! / of I said he would like to be a Journalist Dumb? Buy, he thinks a florist And may It bo your chief delight. ti -i
$17,000 turn
return fiom '' was 1 and edit, a dally newspaper) To see It you rail work mm right
to visit other parts of the state. .
In I one of these modern HCrilbWOWhat's -
Hit duties described sort where they have over to the county authorities. I only he I In afraid he would( not lie on't say that trig I Is all the bunk ;
were aa a lilen.1 1
of a check-up man for the attor- tion with these to he held for New Jersey of- I able to get his Sunday paper out Just bo determined to have/ soinu
lie wus given Into the I1UI I until Tuesday! afternoon. (II agree spunk,
In ? If the M
... of the county upon a se- with him, completely.) name cognomens Then you know you cannot flunk. 1
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warrant charging him with At this point my subject interrupted : So If at first you cowl work trig,
( a fugitive from justice. A' himself to stretch and opera slurs: mean anything Just dig and dig, and dig, and digLacllo !
warrant has been Issued we'd .any Just about every letter
yawn When he dons this he reminds -- Mitchell.And I
111 Osceola county, charging Kel- me of some great sleek cut; In the alphabet. e.tiueuuahl --
GA with "skipping" his board bill. he dous It all .so gracefully-but .ln-nliire!

Indictment changes Kelsey then-"practice make perfect" In It may Iio a psychological< fait
embezzling 16873.20 and anything that believing you are going to The day was stilling hut Ktunin

: forging a check for $1,787.: The editor nays his pet aversionIs flunk will help flunk you, but wo rose from thus prairie In dazzling s)5I44
alarm clocks because they try know from experience that bi-llov- waves, ('aulIllIovery/ object to

Jacksonville.-Police today had so hard to wake him up so he'll Ing you are going; to pass will not shimmer and vibrate In the !Intense \

no trace of an unidentified get to school on time.A help pass you.' heat My pony, completely'
who walked out of police little blonde girl went walking Fagged out, was IItum"lIl1alollK/
'. yesterday afternoon by at this moment, and as he H.U WOlUtSWo like an old 1 man with a gouty toot;

under arest aa a suspicious l Is a gentleman, earl at "Gentle whllo I, half asleep, lolled In my i
The negro had been men 1'refer Blondes," he would entered school four monthsago. saddle trusting to' Instinct, and DI- Y

to the station by Lieut. T. say no more--so my Interview la vine Providence, to keep me on
Now Johnson ard left In the prison- at an! end U. A. W. We were so gay, with scarce a time top side of tho animal.
pen to be docketed. While at. foe; I Then came a whoop! I wall
was being given other pris XKW l)";!'.UtT. IIoIIT;: FOIC Ol'KI'.U'KIt We looked the whole world In the roused from my stupor by tho ;

,,,, 1 ho left walking out the rear : face- sound of horses' hoofs poundingon I
He had made good his Thing looked bright at the start the pralrlo. Thoroughly awake "'

In the several seconds be. We wish to notify the public of the race. I now glanced over my shouder, .
it was found he was missing. that beginning; with next week's Work was a thing we didn't< know, and saw, to my unspeakable terror -

Repair work given personal I issue of our journal we will feature letter[ to get by without. And HO and. amazement, a band of fifteen
Auburndale.-The first Nation an entirely new department, School did bother us not so much or twenty Indians coming toward FASHION. being a perfect lady,has alwsy

P. Gatlin formerly with Register : Dank of Auburndale was held which I Is to be called Our Letter And we lived well on parties and me at a break-not' upend! held firmly that black is bUuk and wine
this afternoon Just after clos tox. This department It to bu such. Jly their terrible yelping and is white, but this spring the 61 kle woman

of Starke, and Florida Wills St. I hours by a man said to have under the direction of Aunt Lucy, Then the dreadful and( awful exams hiUitly paint, I knew that they I has found that there arc many .h > '". J

n. M. :Miller, of Hollywood. a kindly old lady who understands came round, were on the war path; and they I every color, and' she uses two or niree >J
Jacksonville. : called the bank for an ap- that mysterious being culled Man. \nd wo felt our heart. beat and were after me! I dug the spurs )| them all at once in one frock \\nil"",,

after Its close, and up All questions will he answered I rattle and pound. Into my poor, worn-out pony with and black, for InManie, might> bused
I entering, held up Vice Presi whether asked by young or old. I We wished w.) had studied a Ilttlo such force that ho leaped forward, gray In the frock above for wai.t mid

Ii i Braddock, Cashier Fuller As- foolish or wise, and advise will more and literally cut the wind, so great tier restively The 1
Cashier Hamilton and a be "given, gratis on all subjects including Things seemed worse than ever be- was bin Mpood. tier and third .hades of Palairtto
I with two revolvers love affairs, business, and fore. Hut I knew that he could not romantically named -he
Repairing Quick anti
Expert succeeded In tying them up. rucelpea for prune tarts. Addressall The fatal week of exams had last at that torrlfllc! rate. Evon Gooseberry and I'lstache! green Castilian 'nd' 1 1Coy.

leaving the bank by the letters to Aunt Lucy, In care dawned now imo wax slowing down; slower exotic tone of He-la. ,'
door with all of the currency of the Bradford High School Jour- We weren't sleepy, not once and slower, while the Indians with I j ; red made interesting[ combir -M

In the teller' cages, the at' nal, and they will be given prompt yawned their blood-thirsty whooping, | for two ccmfo,! frocks, of this .,, inure'

ALL WORK of Deputy Sheriff Glover attention If you wish a personal We wrote so much we had writer's gained on me rapidly. One half I recently presented on Filth Avcnu. "SW
Polk county was drawn to the reply Inclose( a naif-addressed envelop cramp of a. mile behind me, they were; York. To balance this rlchne >r, .

as be was preparing to flee and a one cent stamp, other- With perspiration our brows were now a quarter, now a fifth! My the rut of the cumpor4 truck ' >"u fee'

an automobile. The deputy wise the letters tfnd answers will damp. heart pounded In my throat--my i I quite simple. J
: lire on him killing him In- be published In our journal. No use afflicting you with the sad pony had Mowed to a trot: slower I|

On In North and recovered the money. tale. and still slower, and then--he Live Oak.-Bid Highway dead man had on his! person KTC.: How much we wrote, how we did] stumbled and fell on the ground, i' construction of 400,000 additional

to Identify him. He was fall. utterly exhausted. building/ for Suwannee high
36 yean old. Some of our Freshmen think We think of Whlttler's little verse, The Indian were upon me la a I I school at Live Oak.


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and(Continued has won l"Ql"1 1 CENT

people who have COLUMN
:: her advice.! The Bank of StarkeWILL

Woman's Club I)1ty
I On "'edlleKday.'omoll's Clubs'Day. FUR SALE-Ten head horses and

2MK.Mitr.its :Mrs. Lee Joseph of Austin mules several milk cow and

Texas, will he Installed as the first good: blooded heifers, G. C. MAKE LOANS TO
Starke. 1-2S-21
president of the Chautl1u'tua0' Sweat. 1,
: ; oi' TIIIPIWORTH: ; Frazce. "'. P. Finther, N. Stern- man's Club. 1

EAGLE: : INTIHT.\IMI: : 'berg U. P. Jourdan K.: W. Hayes The event will be one of the MK ,, FOR SALE-Good blooded cows VETERANS
J. C. Hoover O. :it!. lumen andMiss days for the Florida Chautauquaas at a bargain; one in milk and
The members of the Epworlh Carrie' L'glow.MtV It marks the beginning of a I one to come In March; also four 1

League were delightfully\ enter --.-- very Important part of Its work. female and three male yearlings.

tained at a cupld's party at the : AltltlVALS Mrs Joseph will have the direction I). I.. Phillips Lawtey. Fla.128.2t' i Mr. E.
homo of Rev and Mm. E. :M. I of all women's activities. Including !i Throughout the World War our president,

Rooks on Tuesday pvenlng. I Each Mr and Mrs. Frank Bryant, alaoy. the literary meetings/ and
'fcatne was planned to carry out he February 3.Mr. the activities and social functions FOR SALE-Fordson tractor and S. Matthews, was chairman of the Liberty Loan

main Idea and u pleasant/ evening 'Hof' the Chautauqua Woman's Club.Asithor.Lertun'r Ford one ton truck, steel body
: ami Mrs. C. H. Andrews,
panned the all end too, quickly.At of the. games the Ilrooker a boy February 1.Church both used short time. Have Committee for Bradford County and worked un-
It U with a great deal of pleasure quit farming and machines must

Anderson hostess. annlHted superintendent by !Mrs.of Albert ro<'rc- -t> "' '" that the chautauqua announces be sold. D. I. Ames, owner. tiringly to help along the war financing to the end
the lecture of the Hev. Starke Fla. 11-G-tf.
atlon and culture and :Mrx Hullo .
I /Daniel A. Poling, of New York should be
served windwkhos and rotou to ( that our boys in the camps and trenches
about twenty young people. Services '" j, City, on "Christ's Social Gospel." !RUG' CASKS: -Complete 35c. Once

ThllrHdayevenlng. used Order by freight. Mlzell
--- I. taken of.
Silt. .VM: U MRS. O. I,. /Ur. Poling was active during the Produce Co. Live Oak Fin. i properly care
.1> 1> "' 1> JU.S.n.nT.: : : ; .\I S war In the British Isles France 24.4t I'TIST C'IIl'IU'1I land Germany on special work. HeI

Mr. and :Mm.: O. L. Ileimley/ gruclously i I holds the rank of major In the FOR SALR:-Twelve pigs, spotted We are pleased now to be able to announce to these
Rev. J. J. C'nllum, of Knoxvllle,
entertained the members 'liuplalu Ofllcer's Reserve. He
i; Poland China crossed with lied
; 'of the Twentieth Century Ilrldice Tenn., who Is at present supplying knows of war and of war work Duroc; Ancoua biddies; Chev- same boys that we have worked out arrangements

cab Thursday evening at their for tho congregation: of the Baptist. I' from first hand. rolet coupe. C. Let ch. Starke

home room on were Walnut brightened bowl The church Sunday, mOI'nln'hllt will use/ for his Think subject Ye The To first COh'Ir..t!musical evening Mu>.icnl on the 2-4-2t j to "carry on" with them in the way of making loanson

'Of red, and while Jap"I<"IR. iced of Christ" and at the evening service of the will NOTICE-The undersigned will
program/ rhuutauqua certificates.We
,. and white valentine tullleM and red his themo will ha "Tha Re- be the concert given': Saturday by make application for a pardon at their adjusted compensation .

f and white candles further curried Jetted Christ" Martha Hadlny ('TIIII( und (George the next regular meeting I of the
out the color motif Sunday school lit 10 am. All Hoard of Pardons for the crimeof
t After several games of prOlrell'81ve n. Y. 1'. U..H at 0:30: pm. Craig The/ HpeclullHtH Cretan have In Joint won recitals.merited Larceny of Cattle, for which I think it inadvisable for them to make this use

bridge mores were totaled anda I Everybody invited to all services acclaim both I was convicted at the Full Term of
In their
joint recitals
handsome embroidered buffet net In this church. and In their solo numbers. Their the Clrcut Court in anti for Ilrad- of their certificates except in cases of emergency or
went to Mrs. H. L. Peek onI11 deck *IUltl'71 voices blend. I ford County, Florida, 1U26. Felix
:MITHOI,: > beautifully and their
of holders cards of to high Dr.scores.K. 14. The Illicgs consolation an ( Enoch: Marvin Rooks Pastor) singing hat boon perfected through I Supp. 2-4-2t j where borrowed money may be used to advantage.
years of effort together.To -------- '-- --
i ,' prized a hnnd-c-mbrold- STHAWBRIRRY PLANTS FOR
t erect tea towel and null We shall be glad to have you Ith"1111..1: <' SALK-Now ord'rlnj11"lon; -
an tray
worship and study with next A to 8 cent of the face of the certifi-
were given to Mrs. ":. L. Illgg( and us The Florida Chautauqua has ary strawberry plants from O. C. sum equal per
Mr. O, M. Inman respectively.Those Sunday. Our Illblo study will beat found In its musical director Mrs Waller and Tiros for runners
enjoying this affair were 10( o'clock In the morning and 1-:. A. Smith an extremely capable from Juduonla Ark.. been cate may be borrowed for a term of one year with
our :Mission study at 4-30 In the
Mr and' Mrs N. Sternbc-rg Mr. and leader and an Inspiring personali planting Waller plants for several -
I Mm. J. L. Peck MIHH Muhi-l ",..I. evening. Our worship hours are 'I ty. years and have never found the certificate as collateral. Only those certificates
11 and 7:30
ler, Mr. and Mrs. G!. M. Inmnn !Mr. am. : p.m. Morning; Mrs. Smith bus for several years them mixed with other varieties.

and \Mm. F. K Stump Dr. and subject will be "America's Needs" been associated with Keystone There is none better'. !Few, days dated two be used collateral. Dis-
and the evening subject will be years ago may as
{ Heights and Inn during' that time with
,, Mrs. K.: L.. IJIggs :Mr. and Mm. J. ago, I topped some quarts
W. Andrews Jr., and Mr. and :MIH. "The Angelic Devil--Belnam. organized and led the local community nine berries Price, $2.50 per
--. charge certificates should be exhibted at the time
S. L. Peek, church choir through ono thousand, f.o.b. Juclsonla. Ark. !
Circle No.2. of the Woman'sMlxxlonary
HucteBKful season after another. Cash with, order. J. H. Moore,
Society of the :MothoillHt In the of for the Igan. Where the is
SIKH. M. K.: 11I.\S'II.\lti) semi-monthly community Lawtey, Flu. application veteran
church, of which Mrs. A, Z.
i KNTKIIT.UM; : W. :.M. l'. gatherings In Keystone Inn Mrs. 1-21-81-3-11

Adklns Mrs. Is I..leader A. Uuvls met on at Monday the homeof Afternoon I: Smith has shown great enthualiiNm I not known to us personally he will be required to
I The \v. M. U. of the Lawtey and has been able to puss over Tallahassee.--Florida Power &

i naptlut church met with Mrs U. one members. Jan. and 31st visitors, with twenty'I. ''I siderable to her fellow share townspeople of her a con Light Company to construct power be identified by some one who is known to us.
E. Blanchard at her pretty bungalow own spirit.
The devotional plant on OcklocKonee River
period was
la Lawtey Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Smith is herself an accomplished .
t charge of Mm. E. M. Rooks and near Tallahassee. -- -
January 25 at 3-30: p.m. The planlHt and Is well known
ladles of the Methodist church the Bible study lesson was conducted here and In her home at Meudvllle, Daytona: Reach.--New 7-story
by \hire W. Mlddleton.\ Pennii.. hotel be erected In till
through her city
were Invited on thin delightful occasion talent. may
After a very Interesting lesson on THE BANK OF STARKEThere
and quite a few attended.A She will lead the group singing on Beach street.
program had been arranged and first and second Chronicles Mrs. 1 at all of the regular end special Winter Park.-Building permits
was carried out most effectively Adkins presided over a short business i meetings during the (hautauquasesHlon. is substitute for say: .
session, during which a social i Issued here during 1926 totaled no .:ty.
the subject being "Prayer" and It will be upon her ca-
was rendered as follows: service committee composed of : pable shoulders to keep the chau- ft,601,790. E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J, Davis Cashier
f Mrs. A. W Anderson and Mrs. Tavares.-Bids received for con- ,
"A Happy New Year" by little tauqua audiences In good spirits
y ;
Grace Arwood. W. .:. Mlddleton was appointedto 'I Without/ a doubt her audiences are structon of road from Silver Lat
put flowers in the church for to Lake Tavarea.
I A song by the little Sunbeam goIng to enjoy many a hearty
children. this month. laugh with her. .'._
i New Year Resolutions. Mrs. T. J. Alderman I Mrs. K. C. Tickets. nt Low Price
Wiggins and \Mrs. Hudson.-Work started on new Tavares.-Alfred street to be
Quotations "Thoughts on Prayer : Wyman came The Chautauqua Is offering a I SK.VATOIt: KNIGHT A K.UIMKK |
Flowers I
." In as new\ !. J. L.Pickerel number of study courses In voice Say it with I waterworks system at Huujon. I widened and paved.

Topic. "Praying Mothers of the Invited the circle to meet piano, physical culture story tell- Flowers For All I Senator D. E. Knight, In addition
Bible." with her the first Monday In I Ing. English literature nature to being an A-l lawyer Is developing nuuuuwmawwmniwuuumuiwuaiwmouinmuuuummiuuuumniuwunuunuunnui, "nuuuuuanwuuumamunwmmiuimmuiuuummuuwmuuuwuuuwumuuum' ' '
Mrs. Hill very effectively Hang March. Business having been finished study and Bible under the leader Occasions : Into a good farmer, his
., a solo entitled "When Mother Mrs. E. \M. Johns delighted'the ship of competent Instructors. ,experience In the farming game be-
t circle with voice TIME TO RECOVER!
Prayed. Information ,
on any of the fore he hung out his shingle
Topics on "The Family Alter" number and hire R, F. pemorest courses may be had from chautau- Gertrude GodbeyAnderson l standing him in good stead. He

Hindrances of Prayer, and the Isle gave quite an interesting and ap- qua officials. Enrollment Is opento Is the owner of the former Andrew
of Prayer." propriate reading./ everyone. Where it Is possible Crosby farm northwest of Starke, Shingles! Shingles!

Closing song "Hevlve Us Again" During the lIof'lolholf hour Mrs. other courses will be given to meet and with the aid of modern power I

'I followed by a chain of prayers.Mm. Davis served delicious sandwichesand the demand.It Phone 39 Waldo, Fla. Implements la rapidly making it Shingles!
t F. A. Scott from Starke hot chocolate with whippedPKKSIlYTKIU.tN Is expected that the study I one of the show places of the coun
) gave a very Interesting talk after " courses will In time become an 1m- J----------- .' ty. With the exception of the
; which Mrs. E. D. Wells rendered C portant part of the work of the acreage in pasture, the entire 80 Look At Your Roof-Composition 4-in-l Shingles I
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a piano Holo.! Chautauqua. Courses will be arranged acres will eventually be stumped Going
The hostess served her guexta to fit the needy! of chautau- and In cultivation, with 60 acres
'" with a delicious salad course COil'slHtlng Sunday Hchool at 10 a.m. J.\I: qua| goors. ready for this year's planting. Old

of chicken salad pickles Trilby, Supt.Morning <'lmiiniiiimot| For Profit" buildings on the place have been $4.50 to $7.00 per SquareThis
y Baltlnen cake and coffee. Those worship at 11 o'clock, Season tickets to the chautau- Florida repaired and new ones built and
5 present were Mesdames U. It. Ueildlsh and the evening service will be qua have been set at $5. Weekly the fencing around the tract replaced Is a Bargain

Lowery, J. T. Moore. Howe held at 7:30.: and dally rates are likewise extremely I with wire.
J. II. Pitts J, II. Harrel. (d. A. The Senior Endeavor Society low At these figures the Quigley & Davis .
will hold Its regular meeting at Chautauqua
AOderH') Erne Miner Klnulow, returns, of course, will not begin Madison.-New high school to
lotlle J. A. Howe Arwood T. J. 6:45. Subject will be "Fellowship" to defray the cent of the really excellent be erected In this city soon. STARKE. FLA.
Terry, W. II ,Edwards J. H. Through, Christian Endeavor. program the chnutauqua Is I : Floridale.-Work started on

t ? Moore C. Y. Mayo D.V.. Moore, Scripture Epheslons 1V-1-6. offering. -- new hotel in this town. ..uwsasaweeer. .,..______..,_,_..."" _..._.._"mnmmm"" wmmmnmmmmmmmm7L """ "" :;
flhas. Dlnklus. Rebecca Whitehead, The Endeavors are arranging fora The Florida Chautauqua has I i ,

'J. M. Reddish. Wlmberly B. H. delightful Valentine social Fri- been chartered by this state "not I I'

Wells, L. II. Hill, M. Prevat. K. day evening February 11. All for' profit" The Chautauqua hopes : Keystone Heights, L ij. THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME
members expected to be -
E. Burney A. II. Harley, It. A. are present that those who attend the entertainments -
Robinson, of Lawtey and \Mrs. F will bear these thoughts
J j. A. Scott, of Rtarke. and \MIHHPS There will be a reception of in mind as they enjoy the differ. Fla. _
Feb 13 All wishing to unite with I /
Susie Lowery, Elna Arwood Kathleen 1 MOW VT3ULL
I-" Blanchard ";un"'eVhlte" the church should notify the pas 10'011)11 HTOI.K.V S.p.p-. : HAVS.TO ._ ,

! bead, Arthurlne Blanchard Blanch tor.The i ii BE AWFUL CAREFUL, G-G--GEEI 1 IT'S

Burney, Joyce Terry. BIble Clans will be reorganized Kllery Davis, the rural route Feb. 6-March 27 WeSLeY, CAUSE 146Se. AWFUL CCC'OLD
with Mrs. E. L. Browne TA GIT
.. fM'lToFHTAHKK man, would have been placed afoot i FLAT IRONS ARe AWFUL
WOMAN'S: : as teacher. Mrs. Drowne l Is well wth his mall IN BED THESE S.4IAPPV
Wednesday morning HOT! I'LL WIND TOWELS
MKKTH: Tl.. SIJ.\" KKtU B qualified to leach and a number delivery over fifty miles of road 1927 AROUND 'EM So'SWOM'T THEY NIG-HT5 :UH ? BUT' YbU

have Indicated their desire to be In had not Ford carR been plentiful KNOW MOWPON'TCHA TA FI it Me UP
The regular monthly meeting vf her class In Starke. Mr. Davis, who lives 3:00 P.M.Admission BURN 'tbUR ? YOU'RE A
Club of will Kleswetter has FEET =
the Woman's Starke. Miss Frances re-
the where state roads
mi corner
S be held on Tuesday, February 8, turned from her long vacation and' 13 and IS intersect, drove his car I ReG't.AR BRED HoT

1927, 3 o'clock at the club houuo. her Sunday school class will be home Tuesday night at 7 o'clock, .. f) MOMMA !
n' The change of regular date IH due glad to welcome her. leaving It In front. When he went i
to Women's Clubs' I Day, with Installation The Intermediate Endeavorswill -.'
the In his
.. outside at 10 to put car
': of the President of hoi da social at the \Manse on "
garage It was gone and up to Free
Woman's Clulm Day which Friday evening this week. February press time had not been located.Otfcere \
F r i will take place Wednesday afternoon 4th. The members of the Intermediate I
\ surrounding towns were r
at Keystone !Heights. The Society should be present Study Classes,
notified Immediately of the IIleftall,1 I Q f
Womju's Club of Starke. will be as the committee has arranged Road Officer Jennings patrolled .- 1
well represented and Mrs. N. 1 n. for a Hue entertainment MorningsFull I I' tir t
the highway but without success. / / .
Wlanwright, president will givea Remember that
an opportunitywill Mr. Davis stated that the /r / %
abort talk on this chapter bo given to unite with the 1 ..-
loss wan covered by Insurance. Program Free
The music committee, Mrs. n.I .iMirch Sunday February 6lh. --
C. Jones .chairman has charge of( Mid-week prayer service Wednesday \ U 2(1: T.IN HF.VKNTK: ::
the program for the meeting of evening III 7:30.: Don't TOTALED: $10,878.2(18\ : on request
the Starke club on Tuesday miss the Important meeting of the I

w ''I Hostesses are: Mesdames J. L( week January l>lxtrlbntl..n by State
y .t Show.ill Clnln of ..- h
1\1:10,000\ :

4' Tallahassee, Jan. 28.-Collections MUSIC DRAMA, LECTURES .
CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO from the 4-cent gasoline tax

In Florida during 1926 amountedto ENTERTAINMENTS -

& SUCCESSSpend $10,474,263.17, according to
figures made public at the comp

your money with home concerns. !Money spent with troller's office. .g < <
The January distribution Just -

' t foreign' corporation never return Ride the GainMvilte made, amounted to $922.049.69, or J V' I I II II e nc.t .'.,'.%.

, Bus-Its service Is the equal to any competitor and a over $50,000 more than that of the I I c a
previous month, which was '511,-
home concern. 811.52. Daily 2:30: and 7:30 p.m. I

Approximately $700 Is deducted I Season Tickets $3.00 / .
GAINESVILLE BUS CO. from the collections to defray ZERO WEATFFER

the expense of distributing the I I j t "
Fw fund. '



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, visitor to St. AUKualhia. Mr. church elected mayor of Stnrke II numberof I Thin history questions for Feb

Maup Is connected with the Phoenix times. ruary are as follows: if
Utility Co. Palatial, which 1 Is U. S. Senator Holman Willis S. 1. Why wax Texas thus named?
Bits of making Starke headquarters at King )llOl1: COM'KIIKHArY. : : : 2. What are Its boundaries? I,.

BIG present ger and Benjamin linger/: of Item- What la the capital and 1 where In- ..

nuke, Vu.. went on n fishing trip rated? ;
Mrs. W. S, Blukcly and suit, 11 Keystone Heights with Mr. G. ai l.In The Huhy Davis Memorial rhip- 3. What IH. the ntnte'B. motto?
ter of
local Children of Confederacy
Nevb IHlly. Jr., left Wednesday for their in an Saturday; The men were Its flower?
will hold tier regular mooting on
home In Jacksonville, They have on their way to Tampa, stoppedby the afternoon of February) 12th. 4. DoHcrlbo tho stub seal and ,
been visiting Mrs. Illakeley's parents for a short visit with !Mr. Iii- ring I
At 3IO:: o'clock\ at the homo of
Concerning Our People Basinets and Mr and Mrs W. W. llals- 111:111.l'hl) Is an old uciiualutaucu' !Mrs. I 1'. 10. CUIIOVII with Misses. 5. When till l It secede from thin

r Progress of the County and Town. den of all members of the 1 party. Mary I Eunice" ('a nova and Martini union.fl. (1jI
----- --- Powell liostosBca. Tell\ Homo Important oven) of ;
Mr. and Mrs )Edwin )Kroctmin Momliors of the Starke Exchange: the war between the States wlilcli '
stopped in Starke for u short visit Club will entertain their wives at In spite or this fact that our IIIH took In this
____._.___d.__._______. ... meeting which was held with place state
-------------- -------- Friday, while on their honeymoon dinner next Tuesday' evening at the Leo )I'orO'imui Davis J Dlroctul'OHg .
trip to points of Interest In Flor !Magnolia Cafe. This quarterly MIxxt-H ll.izel and Lulu.. .\dkilla.I was ----.---- .
Mrs J. !M. Mtcholl, Mrs. II. II.
on quite a cold day we had about "'osl Palm lloacli. $10.000 ,let
: IOMUNUVID: ida. After their trip they will no event la one 1 looked forward to byevery
Youiiff.+ Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. I twenty pretient. A very InterestIIIK lie expended repairing' Lake Park
to Oklahoma to make their homo.Dr. member and an interesting ;
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Clearanceat : Wednesday.Mr L. Peek .motored to Gainesville' ------- proHinni will be put Oil mooting and u jolly tlnu. Let hotel recently damaiced' by lire t ,

TI'IIIIH'ralllre! and Mrs II. C. Dozier, of ----- I .- .
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Jan. Max.!: Mlu. Prod p. : and Mrs. Joe 11111 Williams, Ocala. motored to Slarke Sunday Our communities nnd our country "
27 E5 44..*) .00 for a visit with Mr. and :Mrs T. are heifer because of wlmt you
and daughter of Lake Ilutler boys. and girls (In the bay scouls.. I
23 69 42.3: .03 S. Williams. Mrs Dozier Is sister
were visiting friends. In Starke bans A SANITARY SHOP
csonts and 4-11 clubs) are.and
20:!!I 79 411.1> T of Mr. "'II III IIIR.
30 81 57.2 T Tuesday what yon do, and what you j,

:31 75 81.0! .00 Mrs. Max Wlmherly of Jacksonville will mean to our social iiiul econ I
1 75 49.2 .00 Mr. and l Mrs! A, 8, Crews spent and :Mrs.' II. :M. Snyder returned omit fife :at mn and women of the i b

Sternberg'sextended 9 2 __ 40!!,; .00 the week-end in Madison as guests Sunday from a visit with '-Calvin Coolldge.Mr. Every day, more and more :sanitary: '
of State's Attorney and Mrs\ J. Mr. anti, Mrs. Lockhart. of Dcl.nnd ------
Total rainfall __ _____----..03'l'Tral'a H, Kelly. Mrs Lockhart Is nnnl of Mrs.WImlierly .. : and ]Mrs It. J. \Davis' and, I methods are being put in force in every
---.- little daughters and Mr. /and Mrs
of rain.It and Mrs.
Snyder.A line of business.
I I':. M. Dm'Is and daughter Jean, I Have you ever thought
might be of interest to our firs L. AVymuii and daughter
one week readers to know that last. month Until, returned Sunday from an motored to Jacksonville Sunday II I how important it is:' for your health that
meeting of the tUI'I"'nlino I men :\11'''. It. .1. Davis and "daughters
longer and for the was the driest. January.-since- 190! T. extended with Mrs.visit Wyman's in Boston parents., Mass.. of this. section of the state was remained for a visit with Mrs. Ida, I you patronize barbershops where every ,

held in Starke Thursday The Tilt II III the mother of ]Mrs. Davis. I is I
Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake business of the session had, not precaution taken to prevent the trims-

coming week we list Butler, was In Starke Friday. Miss Tlielmu Brliison and Mm. been completed up to press 11111(', ---- -- mission of disease from) one to another? :
Mrs. R. W..111'1111. of Washington, ,
Bishop. of )Klftone and Bnldw ins. re- I
the followingSpecials ; \ D. C., tied Mrs. '\'. M. Turner, of 'I' How many diseases:; of the face and scalp\ I
Miss J.
Ralph and Mrs. 11. Lord
Mr.fal'lo!\ :McM.istor! Misses Jacksonville, afro week-end guestsof )
motored to Gainesville Monday. 1\1)'fwlll and Myrtlce Jackson Mr 1111111111'14. I V. I. Turner. MI'.. have you contracted because of indicrimiI:: .I

Ethel flrlffln and Luclle Mitchell, Dean will lui remembered+ us blissNeva'1'urtier I nate in
J II. Laurence and K. V. Lar- use appliances: shops where no
MalcolmVllln, of Tampa, wasa motored to Jacksonville Wednes
\ :': who fonn-rly" livedIn
sell of Keystone: Heights, were attending -
visitor to Starke Tuesday. day. attention is paid to sanitary ? a
to business In Starke Mon Starke. :Mr. and !Firs Dean measures I f

day. have spent the I past two yours! In Compare methods used. and the
I 1) )F. :Mack, of Kpytone Heights :Mrs. J. M. Bronnleo and Mrs. Panama, but have recently moved nelyCITY
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wa a visitor t'> this. city Monday \\'. L. Wall will entertain tilt ladles I In Washington.Mm. ::1
Mr. and ]Mrs S, S. Howling and
--- ---- of the Frank )Fowler Circle\ of
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daughter Nettle, of Ilrooker, were I II Ii
Famous Druid LL Sheeting K.: J. Dooley of Palmetto, spent week-end guests of Misses Ullvo I ho+ Baptist "'. b1. U at a missionary : Itiimlulph TowiU'H" Leigh BARBER SHOPwill
his week in Starke on bnslnesH. luncheon at Iho homo of Mrsllrmviiloe or iiilnoHNlllo.( a InsplrK I
and Amelia Hay. gave very (
36 inches wide. Not --- next: Tuesday from 11 /K address. to tho student body of. i
10I... Mrs. J. II. Lord, have you fora regular patt.onVl..!
to be confused with lightweight Friends will be sorry to hear Fir and II i5. J. I). Carlton of the Bradford. County High school

usually offered at hat Mr. A, lironke la quite 111. JackHonville, spent Sunday with \Vednesdiiy, morning In behalf, of. are well pleased) with the! liberal patronage -
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs.. Mrs. Miriam Klckliter anddaiiRliteis. 1 I the Stone Mountain Memorial Association. t
this price but a real heavy Miss Hazel/ MlcldU'ton spent the Carlton In. Judge; Adklns'' staler.Mr. Hazel anal' Dorothy Mrs. Leigh Is Iho wife. : given! us since our opening i one week. )
domestic week-end In Ilrooker with Miss Tutee, have returned, to their of Dr. l.'hthho Is at the head of I

Virginia Weeks. : and Mrs J. N, Robinson of homo In Klsslmmoo. after a three the chemistry department I of the :ago.
Archer were visitors to SllIl'koThm'lIdllY weeks'lslt hero with Mrs.. Klckllter'H University of Florida and 1 who Invented

lOc !Mrs. A. Z. Adklnx, and !Mrs. J. guests of Mr. and MI'II'I father M. L Johns. tliu smoke screen used during '- : '" '+. 'in1_ ,"I .1 I
C. Adklnx.. of Gainesville; visited J, V. Colley. I the world war Mrs. Leigh
Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. -- I Mrs. J. T. Moore! 111'I.' ) iii. also very IU'I)III 111111. In chili 01D IOEHOI IOOOS -oao
!Miner and Mrs. Charles Dlnkens.. work, having o oagDURINfi
Curtain Scrim in plain Mrs. C, )F. Harrison of Geneva given many enlightening
of Luwtey and Mrs. It. A, Weeks, addresses.
and checked patterns us- J, T Moore and Mrs. Oeo. arrived Wednesday to be with her Do
of Ilrooker. were here Wednesday o
Roberts and little daughter of son, Henry Harrison, who has. recently -
ual 20c and 25c quality to attend I tho V D. O. meeting at Invitations have been receivedby 1927
Lawtey, were in Starke Tuesday. undergone an operation.
the home of Mrs.. S. I. Peek. citizen. of Starke and other
this week _. _.
---- -- places Inviting' theta to the fiftieth
Mrs T. S. Williams spent the Moved to the old City BarberShop ;
Mr. W. K.: Duvlson of Pulntkn. of Mr.
weddng and
week-end In Ocala, visiting Dr. building and ready for busi
15cBoy's arrived In Starko )Friday and will Mrs Comer L, Peek which will he
and Mrs. 11. C. Dozier. ness. Come to see us. Your needs '
can be supplied. Klckliter. be here for several weeks. lie Is. celebrated at their honiii, on Mudl- o Include in your resolutions that

Miss Josephine Brlnson and Aubrey right-of-way man for the Phoenix son street )February 7, 11127. Col, D ii
Utility Co., and Is working near Mrs. Peek have lived hero for i o
Brlnson were guests this week Itev. E, Marvin Rooks will fillhili and I are resolved to allow the Bon
fancy slip over here In connection with engineer the lust forty years and have HIICcohsfullv you
of Mr. and !Mrs J K. Corpening regular monthly appointment
sweaters in a wide variety at Emanuel Sunday afternoon at Charles O. Mails.. reared u large' family, 5D

of fancy patterns $2 Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and 3 o'clock. most of whom, with their families, Ie q Ton to save you money on your
The St. Marks. Guild of (he also live In Shirks Col. Peek has. groU U
: Quitman Ga., spent the weekendwith t
value Episcopal church will meet next held numerous. ofllcos of trust In
Mrs S. J. Prescott. Messrs. O. 'V. Illnson and (I. in ceries
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at fruits and vegetables. If
----- W. )Uahmes, prominent citizens of you g
98c Mrs. P. M, Barefoot and children the Hampton district, were bust- the Episcopal\ rectory with Mrs.
Carlton All members asked to l h. U o
spent Lake City Wednesday with relatives and Thursday 111 icon visitors to Starke. Wednesday. present. o buy your every day necessities from

Mrs. Charles Register. and Mrs.

Gillette Safety Razors, Mr. T. A, Brlnson, was !in Starke Leman Rivers, of Lake Butler The new oliu-o fur Circuit Judge e us we guarantee to save you money.
including one blade-a Wednesday attending the Turpentine were recent guests or the former'lIbrother.luIllw Ad k I us. being repainted and furnlxhed -
AsBoclaton. and sister, Mr. and for his use In tho courthouse
real bargain Mrs. L. 11. Eastman. Is. Hearing completion and I Drop in and price our foodstuffs. q

Miss )Estelle Rosenberg, of Lake with the installation of the lighting ll
15c Butler, was a visitor to Starke Sun Henry ]Harrison, who Is connected fixtures. will bo ready for occupancy
day. with the F. W. Long Co., under
went an operation Wednesday. .
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Mrs. A. Z. Adkln went to morning. Friends will be glad to Circle Number One of the Methodist ,
Men's genuine imported Gainesville Thursday to be a guest know he Is recovering rapidly., W. M. S. met Monday afternoon a

broadcloth shirts at a party given by Mrs. Ogletree. at the home of Mrs.. J. II.
English During remodeling of store Itltch. Mrs. J. W. White hud O

Col. E, M. Johns. was In St. ulldlng my customers will find men charge of the devotional and Mrs.. BON TON p I IIq
$1.49 Petersburg the first of I the week the old City Barber Shop F'. L. Wise, who la leader for the .

t attending--to legal-business.Col. .--. Tea iiilldlng Orange &: Black circle Ing.conducted the o a I !

)K. M. Johns spent Wednesday Hello Folks o
i Ladies' Sateen Bloomers and Thursday In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. )K. Futch and Mr. and :Mrs. A, C. Fling, of Wo-
; attending to legal matters. Mrs N. A. Blltch of DeLand. arrived laka are spending the week In
usual grade selling for ---- Thursday and will lie guests Starke with Mr. and Mrs H, A.DI..hop. I U. B. Thrifty of FRUIT & GROCERY COMPANY
One We can save you money and of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee The Flings: were residents I

Dollar79c supply your demand for fresh seed until Tuesday.Mrs. of our town for several the cartoon series
of all kinds. J. F. Klckliter. years, going back north for several Next to Post Office Starke
Charlie J. Powell and two months and then returning to the drawn' especially for the p q jj jjIOC3OI
Cole planters and fertilizer distributor children returned Wednesday from slate, going to Welika where they '
,. New- garden and field Valdosta, ia.; where they visited. have been staying with Dr. and : -onooao' .gI

Any Ladies' Winter Hat seed at White's. 2-4-21 Powell.Mra. J. W. Howell sister of Mrs. Mr. E, T. Campbell. Bank of Starkeby I

in the store. Values up Mrs. A. II. Freeman and Mrs. ]III'. and Mrs II. L. Brownies Doc Bird Finch, of

to $C.00 W F. McAteer, of Ocala were In Miss Lucile Johns underwent a and Mr. and !Mrs. J. E. )Futch went
Starke Friday. tonsil operation Monday at River to Newberry Thursday to attend a the Denver Post. Watch : Have You Seen the NewWillysKnight
side hospital In Jacksonville. Mrs. banquet given by the members of

$1.98 Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy, of Jacksonville Johns and Mrs. C. N. Christy accompanied the Baptist church In honor of for my weekly message.DON'T 9

was the guest Thursdayof Lucile te Jacksonvl'le. Mr. and !Mrs. M! C. Stllh. !Mr. I

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.

H''!n'8 shirts with or :

without collar-a genuine several

clearance of odds and Slarke.

ends Geo. C. White, state hank ex-
aminer, spent the weekend In SAY BREAD, SAY! with the Belflex Spring

98c Starke with hs wife.

Mrs. C C. Strandburg and chIl- Shackles?

dren, of Jacksonville, spent the
week-end with Mrs. II. O. Brown.
Any number of real bargains -

which ice haven't Tom Lane and Tiny Chaplin, of Added Comfort--A leaderin

to mention the University of Florida, Gaines-
space HOLSUMAsk
ville, were In this city :Monday

ALSO A. M. Philips has returned, from engineeringDon't

Ozark Ala., where he win called
Plenty of New Spring
due to the illiioas uf bill mother.

. New goods Dresses arriving-New daily-Hats Rev. L B. Simpson. and Mr. forget to see the

I Stlnson, of Bronson, were business -
New Shoes visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mr. Your Grocer He Knows

Trade at a reliable store and Mrs. John Collins and Whippet--the wonder car ,

You take no chancesSternberg's daughter Jean, of Trenton, were flasav
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. II.

M. Snyder.All =:IOE3OS IOdOC

lima beans varieties, string of garden beans sweet seed Delivered Fresh Daily

$ corn liter's., peanuts. Fresh stock Kick- Quigley & DavisSTARKE

1 1t
Fla. Miss Inei Abernathy returnedthe t FLA. J
Starke, latter part of the week from a

three weeks' visit with friends In


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i Corn crop following cowpeas entire Interest Centers LATEST BUICK MODEL

Yield corn per acre buxltel.

Farmers & Farming 13.6 17,9 Upon Side

25.0 11.4 k;

(By R. F, Ward, County Agent) 20.3 ; Jabots

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The effect of legumes; turned -


METHODS FOUND crops (Ala Sta. Clrc. 48)).
Cropping, K)Hteiu
COUNTRY'J Corn cultivation each year cowpeas at

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Corn each year, no cowpeasKTIIKI rN
JI.\sm.lsu riTIU'S'
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IM'OIH ('TIv1'rY'fly
let 10 yrs. 2d 10 yrs. lasts yrll.
19.2 16.3 17,4 I I

(By I K F. Delliifik and A. .'. Camp ( Dr. O. C. Bryan) 17.1 10,2 8.1 '8

Florida ApI"; I'ltural Kxlensln I The productivity of upland arils Cotton each year .jAMONG

1 Service and I Experiment Station ) 1 Is In general proportion to the Cotton with cowpeas and vetch tt:
the models which attracted the the windows are in the lighter Yorktown green: This
No new
of the soil. Sf''I1 Cotton
Citrus trees that have boon III- hiimui content AveriiK Yield of t
effect of color hitherto
treatment an harmony !
f at the New York automobile show last fives:
trout to the extent of other substance tan add<1 morn I lo .No. Need ('ollon
jured by
associated only with the most expensive custom-built
week was a new body type Introduced by Buick. This 'j
killing twigs and brandies ghoul the life of a soil than can humus. Xo. 51+nl 'otton care. ,
i and Is deluxe (
model is called the Town Brougham: a
receive the most wrupulous Cllro It supplies food and energy for :No. eked Cotton chassis The Series 115 chassis has a wheelbase of 'II
five closed the Series 115
car on
during the following iteaHon. No countless million of l aterli, 803 573 360 passenger: 114).$ inches and is powered with the Buick valve-ln- .,
fungi and other nrgantHnii, and 890 953 1042 The body is of the sedan type with the head engine: of 207 cubic inches displacement, developing 'f
pruning should be done rounded, leather covered rear quarters and the landau
The is rated 70 miles
turn nako the nutrlllv work not carried 63 horsepower. speed at an
following/ the cold upon. As soon they In While this was hinges: of the brougham.: It is distinctly in the deluxe hour. The chassis is equipped with'the new vacuum '"
L from front In pant an ni elements nvalldhltt to growing our under Florida conditions, field and finish. .
; as' danger i class carrying special equipment upholstery ventilator which holds crankcase dilution to such close ;;
f, plication of fertllzor should 1 1 he plants. This procens may I he observations indcate that simile The color on the upper works of the body is Delaware limits that only four changes: of oil a year are necessary ;..
mado and the grove rullvatrd 110 termed a form of digestion/( whereby results would be obtained. 1 It (green; with Yorktown green below the belt. The provided the level in the crankcase is kept up. Gasoline ,

t as to put the trees Into a good a part of the constituent |should be pointed out at the re-< leather rear quarters are colored. Double gold striping mileage between 17 and 19 miles to the gallon f

u. Wowing condition. No duiiKor 10 of organic mutter Is riven up to suits are more outstanding the sicond is placed over the black lower molding.: The wheels The Town Brougham Is a companion modelto

the trees will ho Incurred by leavIng growing$ plaits, wIllie another part ten years than the first (Tahoe 2\- are dark natural wood. The upholstery is a shade of the Series 115 Country Club coupe, and carries the a

the diMicl wood In the tree for acts as a solvent on the insoluble 2). This would seem to show green to harmonize with the body colors.A same equipment. This includes a smoking set and

a reasonable length of time plant food elomeLU. that no great results could be realized very pleasing effect has been obtained by vanity high: quality carpeting: the rear compartment, ;
1"btn'.t skillful of While entire artistically designed hardware, indirectly lighted: instrument
fertilizer should bo I soil I III from turning under one application colors. the upper (; 'I
A a
complete To the average man regular and systematic part of the body is in Delaware green: ,the insets around panel, and the new Buick radiator emblem.
lined for the spring nppllcatljn but merely dirt. Hut science tells 1111 crop But ')/

at least one-half of the nitrogen that It Is l a vast laboratory where, methods of turning under such

should ha Hiippllud In a readily' ; reactions of the greatest economic crops are profitable. The ex per!- Tax woman who likes lilt sinu.>!frtM ,,' Tampa.-Bids received for com- Tallahassee-Florida Power &; Hudson.-Work started on new 1
nitrate off mental results with beggarwee pleton of west wing of municipal to construct waterworks system at Hudson.
i avallahlo form, such as Importance are constantly tilting her gown served without scviriti <"II new Light Company pow- i

f soda ai'd sulphate of ammonia place. These react!IOMI are to i a and crotalarla are only tentative welcome the frock skctihol ,.' e, hospital in Marjorie Park, er plant on OcklocKonee River
where the trees are severely frozen made possible! Vy tl-i Hut all evidence Indicate that the Davis Island.
large degree Here the smart Jabot draper: ). "i. ,.,... 'g near Tallahassee. For SOWHITE'S Yeah ;
be found desirable soli latter Is superior to beggarweei
buck It will organic matter content of the Tavares.-Alfred street to be
Into / and and as good or bet from the left shoulder, cbanpiun-. ?..e Daytona; Beach.-New 7-story I
;d to split the spring Application That portion of organic matter: cowpeas widened and paved. CREAM VERMIFUGE
applied, ter than velvet beans. cause of femininity/ while the twv; ,t hotel may be erected In this city
one-half being readlli Ha Never
two parts, which does not decompose Tavares.-Bids received for con- I Failed
front danger l Is pad and of the soil. It cascading from the left hip lurnr,'" lat on Beach street. The mncd for
as corm as is called the humus Btructon of road from Silver LaLj sure expelling worms,
the remaning one-half about two of KVKltYHODV; IH LOSISR11'l1IhN soft and uneven hemline that lash ITS Winter Park.-Building permits RMonsthechild. lo _lib.
stable part orgixnlc to Lake Tavares.Madison.New
of two Is the more : TIMBER BURNSBy found so alluring this 11 lit- Price 3So "0" Sold
f months later. The use ap- matter and, acts as a rep season.! "(/S. high school to Issued here during 1D2S totaled per by

pllcatons' IH desirable, ulnco trees ervolr for water and a storehousefor -- neck and draperies are bound amt:I ..line- be erected In this city soon. $1,601,790. rpenlng' Drug Ston
with greatly reduced tops cannot ( Spuds Jounson) material which might well be satii;' .
I plant food. It Is this Ingrid -------- -- -
j il}l usa fertilizer as rapidly as they lent that makes a soil different This Is the season of the year crepe de Chine or satinbackra..

could before such reduction took from crushed rock and sand. It when forest fires, either Intention- With the omission! of sleeves nod l womb n Farm Heads Act on Muscle Shoals
place, and If a large first application U or accidental, are seen more freiiuently -
Is the life of the Boil and requires slight deepening of the neckline/ INs
r ( Is made much of the fertilizermay many years to accumulate. Tare thin at any other times model is. extremely good l for evening wear
be lost before It can ho assimilated trouble, and one does not
i.i normal ,,olhl It Is no
content of humus to alight metallic fabric.Eustis.$300,000.
by the tree. If the trees l III largely a matter of natural aeru- have to look far, to see burnln I i-

j are slow In coining buck 1 It also tlon or oxygen supply. Soils that 'tames[ watch may have been mean to be rained

( ,. may bo found desirable and to nro poorly drained or those grass and trees and stutrri: for new buildings at John n. Stetson -
continue to use a fertilizer con- for[ the dead grass are taking > 'I 1 university

ntlulng a comparatively large pro- have natural a clayey accumulation texture will of permit nilmuii. of the trees, particularly of trees Vero lieiu-h.-New highway proposed I jL. _

Iiurtlon of readily available nitro the than will which are being turpentined. from Vero Beach to Tampa
., \ gen. Except as noted above, the much more readily While on the subject of forest' via Lake \Vales. _

1\ regular fertilizer should be used loose Hand with good that natural In order fires I am again referring to the West Palm Beach-h'.OOOOOO _
This means
for tho summer and full nppllcutlOUH. drainage. tin bulletin on Forest Fires In FlorIda new Hotel Alba completed and
to maintain or Increase the Florida Forestry -
II published by opened
1 HolIllI'
humus! content of the sandy
Cultliig out of deiiil' wood on ad, [ Association, in cooperation Jupiter.-Contract awarded for
and regular
young trees should not bo et aiteduntil Florida, frequent with the Forest Service of the U. construction of 2-mlle extension of i
matter in necessary -
dltions uf organic/
nft"r the first Hush >f growth S, Department of Agriculture I Indlantown road at Jupiter at coat)
Ins, occurred fly this limo the quote( two paragraphs from the of $11,000
extent of the klll'ng'! will 1>o Khnrp- '!he effects! of organic matter or bulletin, which state that "every- High Springs.-Contract let at

a ly It'llnt'd and, all loud branches the sail and plant are numerous body loses when timber burns." $18,7117 for construction of municipal -

should be removed, cutting buck and complex) lu general It tend "If an enemy were to invade< swimming pool.

an Inch or" more Into live wood. to loosen the particles of u clay Florida, burn 100,000 homes, and 1IudlKol1.'ol'k started on new

'nt i AVIiero trees" have been killed' to soil and bind those of a sand. threaten f'\l'11 greater dentrr.ctlon, road between Madison and Creenvllle. -

tha bark It mny bo iipcownry to do It lucre-uses the water holding the citizens of the state would rtxi .

,) u little Thinning of the new hoots capacity( of the soil, and at the up as one man to drive the foe ---T __ I II ij; '1
at the Hiinio time In order to obtain snniu, time facilitates drainage, from their mldlltothlnK:'; wouldbe
a well shaped\ framework fur tilth, and aeration. In general It left undone, because all wouli Looking Ahead Four members of tlio American Farm Bureau federation who went Washington recently to'Orga]
,the troe. If the trees have boon betters the soil as a medium for realize the seriousness of the sit I support for the leasing and operating of Muscle Shoals for production of cheap fertilizers are shown
above. They are (left to right) L. B. Palmer, Ohio George M. Putnam, New Hampshire Edward
killed buck to the bud-onloll,1, plants; and Increases either, directly nation. But how many know that ;
I I I O'Noil. Alabama, vice president and S. II. Thompson Illinois president
r sprouts from the l'oullllllllY he bud- or Indirectly the available such an enemy Is now at large III

clcd ns Bonn nx they hnve attained nutrient supply for crops. the piney woods. of Florida? Hi ,

milllcU'iit Hlzo. If this Is to be i The maintenance of the propel Is the 'rod enemy' of the forestHro I
done only two or throe sprouts supply of fresh" organic matter In and his maraudings have I

should. be allowed to grow.; the soil Is n question of very great been carried on for years. Fifteen (
Cutting out of front-killed wood l practical, Importance to the farmer, I thousand mall-ca uAe,1 fires In BE HAPPIER, ADVISES MARRYING SQUIRE""It's

In Leering trees should not bo done Florida, during the average year,
production. Is dependent a
us '
until the following full or winter In destroy millions of 'baby trecxwhich. Yjf gyp'
that factor.
q large degree on .
ThIn delay Is desriililo on account It Is profitable to bring If allowed to grow, would A FTER performing more than the bunk," he explains "The
t of the dllllrulty of determining the many In organic cases: mutter from otheisources yield enough lumber each year to w i* 6000 marriage ceremonies during as Idea of making them swear on oath

extent of the Injuries and the In- leaves, build 100,000 homes Can any; his 30 years as a "marrying that they will obey when we all
14 advlmiblllty of trying to do the as manure, dl'lietedsolis thinking persons doubt that each squire" Justice of the Peace David know they won't. Anyhow I don't

work In trees containing large etc, In order to renovate .i lets seriously affect's the prosperity a .; f fw Bruce Deem of Poplar Bluff, Mo., believe In the master and servant'

amounts of succulent growth.; All Hut originally It Is much of Florida and of every man, admits that he knows far less Idea of marriage."

ruts should, be rondo at least one cheaper to grow the organic matter woman, and child who lives withIn about marriage now than he did In fact he goes even farther on ,

Inch back Into living wood and all' needed for the soil directly on the borders of the state I when he first became a Justice. the subject of "obey."

large cuts treated as dextTlhod below the land. The upland soils of "Everybody loses when timber: x "Originally I" had fixed Ideas "One of the chief causes of dl-, ,.

rt'-I : Florida\ are low In organic matter burns, for we are all users of wood. about marriage he says. vorces Is that one of the contracting :.
t "I would have eliminated divorce wants to be boss," he t'Instead :
1 mid should< have all crop residues Further than that the forest fin parties says.
When nindu
cuts twigs
are on or .t
entirely, and would have changedthe
of a partnership Idea.t"t
litter, etc, that can ba conveniently problem affects sixteen Industrie!
small! branches, troutment r v no at the bottom of, P]
supplied. As a rule It IH a serious and trades In Florida which represent -
wood Is probably\ net so necessary, the age of 21 could get married every marriage the 'master and .
\\her.lIrK'r limbs are removedor and lasting! injury to the soil over $100OOft.OOO a year tithe under circumstances .;,,
any servant idea Is developed. One
trunks cut off the wound should to practice burning the woods and state. It affects 71,000 wage n M t "Every year I find that my Ideas wants to be boss The other objects. k'/'

be treated with some substance crop residues. The weeds and earners with their dt'\>9Ihtentll. It 24. ?"resq t+ have been battered down by the Arguments develop Into r,

r that will prevent both Infection grasses that follow our cultivated concerns the sportsmen of the conditions which have confrontedme i hatred-and then comes divorce."

and drying out of the wood. A crops are n blessing disguise!' to the state, for woodland /fires drive away I take great pride In marrying iDavid Judge Deem warns prospective; '

number of compounds" are available land. It Is that regular supply and destroy the wild game and a couple that I think will make a brides and grooms against expect
life. It la of Importance to of It, and hesitate greatly whereI Ing perfection of another.
for this> purpose, among them of fresh material I that keeps! thesoil bird l go one
the one given below, whch has active. If the farmer will only the Florida farmer, who gets lib fear (he opposite but the more "God djesn't make perfect men ,

{, been found to bo very satlsfiutory tMicouragenature's! plan of keeping fuel pouts, poles and building materials i experience I have the less certain I and women and the sooner ]

ri Formula for pruning wound l the soil fertile his crop returns : from the forest. Forest am that any of my Ideas are right, one /finds it out, the better" he evel'7'l

-t dressing: will be Increased. The farmers hires strike at the very vitals of or that anyone ran foretell the out Here are a few of his suggestions)

t' 1 1i Melt together: 1 pound of resin of Florida are fortunate In locla! and economic prosperity ir come"Many of a of marriage.those couples whom 1 t. for happier marriages"Don't :
both at the
and 2 outries of tallow Remove liavng n number of vigorous grow- ho state of Florida.. III fear and trembling, so to speak time get angry same

i i from tiro and after mixture has log plants' that lend themselves to OTII Joined In marriage, have surprised Judge Bruce Deem e
C'Ul'T.U'C.ll'OI'S. ; FKII.: << "Don't, nag.
cooled somewhat, slowly add i) tmlldlng up the fertility of the soil.At me by making a great success of has one or two strong convictions, "Don't argue. Even when you

ounces of wood alcohol and then 2 least one of the. following/ Keystone Heights Jan 31.- their venture And others, where I gained by his long experience.Not know you are right, it part to adj: j

ounces of turpentlno, ntlrrlniT con plants may be grown In all sections The Florida Chautauqua of Keystone a |rail Indications had led me to be one of the many couples he mlt you are wrong.

tinuously. The mixture will harden of the state without Interfering has secured the confident that they would nave a has married-the number, to be exact "Continue to treat each other[

'1 4' on exposure to air and should with the regular cash crop Heights Samuel n. Mc- ,happy married life have speedily Is 5285-haa been requested to Just as you did before yon were,!
of Dr.
i be kept In a wide-mouthed tightly Cowpeas[ velvet beans, beggar- services wound up in the divorce courts." "obey." In every ceremony h* has married. I
f corked, bottle Application can weed and crotalarla. These plants ('ormlck, chancellor emurltus of So the judge admit he doesn't performed Judge) Deem has left the "Petting parties between hatband .

I be made with either n swab or are adapted to Handy lands, and do the Unlversty of Pittsburgh, and toward know what is the answer But he word out. and wife make homes better"'i! I
lE noted preacher, to deliver the sermon With an eye had
brush not fertilizers, lime nor
the opening of the session spring this ports costume Is one
All cuts should he clean and noculatlon. Indeed beggarweed
In outdoor
of the new" notes
afternoon, February 6,
smooth and branches' that iru partially and crotalarla will grow volunurily on Sunday for' the coming season The skirts w-ww L J
marks the culmlna-
: girdled by cold Unions aho.ild If given a chance. Field observation The service of strIped flannel and sash and
of planning and
lon of months
not be left. since such lesions nro and experimental data cuffs nf silk t
"tar",- liable to be'ome Infected by wonU- how the value of these crops In work on the part of chautauqua
fllclals to bring to northern FlorIda -
rotting fungi mainlining the productivity of the FERTILIZERSIDEAL
Institution devoted to
toll. Table one shows! the effect an HOW DOCTORS TREAT
1 and cultural pursuits.The .
1 t' pleasurable
); : of cowpeas and velvet beans on the
coming of Dr. McCormick, COLDS AM: TilE FLU I
'allowing crop of corn:
who Is known throughout the To break up a cold overnight or
All property owners' are required north for his work In educational to cut short an attack of grippe,
t>y law to make return of their The effect of cowpeas and velvet allli religions circles) will make influenza, sore throat or ton llltls, BRANDSFor
beans: turned under on the yield
r property to the tax assessor, from the "Opening Day" service an au- physician and druggists are now
of corn. (Ala. Station).
let to let each
year. plcious one. Dr. McCormick, recommending Calotahs, the purified -
I will ho at my olllce at the court t'I'OI'I,11I1 K)"lflii who. headed the Pennsylvania university and refined calomel compound citrus trees, truck and field crops, watermelons, tropical fruits, lawns and I IWe

d I hoiise on Monday and Saturday of Corn following corn for seventeen years, la an tablet that gives you the effects flowers. We have a formula suited to the needs of every crop.
follow hIvI'lvet bean stub-
week for the of taking /
t purpose bles eloquent and clear-thinking speak- of calomel and salts combined are equipped to make prompt shipment of Ideal Fertilizers In perfect me-
such returns. er without the unpleasant effects of
N D WAINWRIGHT Corn following velvet beans entire Dr. McCormick will utter the either. chanical condition. f

Tax Assessor, crop keynote which la to guide the One or two Calotabs at bedtime "Don't'delay ordering your spring requirements."

j ,2-4-2t. Bradford County. Torn following cowpeas Btubbles Florida Chautauqua on Its career with a swallow of water,- .

f of service and Inspiration to this hat's all. No salts, no nausea WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

1 Fertilizers For Florida Fruits! and Farm Crops stale With his remarks the work nor the slightest Interference with

I I at the Institution will be got under your eating work or pleasure Manufacturers of Ideal Fertllfaersi Jacksonville, FU.
way. Nut morning your cold has vanished WITH WHICH IS AFFILIATED
"TIME TRIED AND CROP TESTED" Celebration of the opening of your system U thoroughly

Forty Years Satisfactory Service to Florida GrowersPAINTER'S : the chautauqua will be held onFeb. purified and you are feeling fine FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY COMPANY

1927 FLORIDA ALMANAC TELLS HOW 7, when the president Dr, with a hearty appetite for break- ORLANDO. FLORIDAS.
George W. Mead, and four oth..rnoted fast. Eat what you please,-no
Write for Almanac Prices and Discounts speakers will be heard In danger.[ R. JOHNS LOCAL SELLING AGENT 1

x w E. PAINTER. FERTILIZER COMPANY the auditorium. Lectures musical Get a family package, conaln-

Jacksonville: Florida programs and other entertainments lag full directions, only 35 cents

1 --_ will occur dally, At any drug store. adv.-tf i ,

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-nn>AY. FKimuARY 4. 1027 flRADFOIID COUNTY TELKGntm. RT.\RKE. n.onin\ ".\OR RR\

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,,,,, .. .. crete bridge over Turkey Creek known to them, the service of a subpovna No'ru'KIn
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4 F M. Stimrt. Inc., Jacksonville. of I.. iiat lit teh"I"I.: nail com Clrrult lirndfoid. County FloI.II. In

News From Koacl -I. Martin county. overhead 1.1111..11. .1"10 I llii-y rtn not Chancery
: COUNTY HAPPENINGS .. now. ." (, search nil.Imiulry \Y1LMA Moonnrt.
PINE CASTLE crossing. Royce KernhawInc .
I liavv not biin* 1 1'I 4 4 .. St. Augustine tall If Any of tip nnld lfindantnro yo.ARTJJI. S
State doail or n 1"I In xlHtincp tic. r Moonnn
Capital Road 3. Clay (county concrete A mid It S In nnli mlnnr, .
$ AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTSmniiiiiii 4,4,4 <:> 00 0 00 + no. Clnh'r ,.1"0.,1 S
bridge o'erlctor'8) Inlet. and< I I I that th.r. lucy 1 11..n. firm,, Suit rile ItMnrr*

,'. ."",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_,,,,,,,,,,,,,_,,,,,,,, ,,,..,.. """"."..".."..""". "..", "" HI.tfltuiii... tun tr<. n i rtitmtii ittiii'.... .'. ", .. """ .."."....."""_" "_.. -, Mr. Henry Padget of Graham bl'Mle I 1 over Black Creek Concrete nml tiropmty cot. iioinllohH ln\ol\id In InlcritHtfil thlH, .'.it, In\\hoH.t tie<" /plnrh,1. by cnuHo nliuinvlt hv Illoil the In nhounnmeil .thi-
> was a visitor of Mr. G. W. Sheffield Steel Brlilge Company of Florida nn tam,'. l'onliliinro plai hiiHlnoHiIn complnlnant, that Arthur c.
11.1 4> .4> . . more guoHta. one ,diiy last week.Mr Tallahassee. Flo.] Feb. 2.-Mrs. Inkl"wl to ""I"' mid In M."ror. the dpfomlnnt therein Iii a

S Hev. York of Waldo will fill Nellie T. ROMS former goveinor of !\Ollt JoJ : 'I I niralnnHUI ( ('lll.pii of the lit a 5 e of Florida hut S
.. cud l !Mra. E. L. Youngbloodand knoun, anil iinlino\\n ilvrunilTUnuri'OHK. itch abHiMitpil nnd e"n".al.,1 hllo..1 I
hIs regular appointment at the 1.0 of Wyoming and the first woman a ii' fiom nlllnnt "
son. wton. Graham were m..e .
state executive in the United 1 In 'limit I Conn, Ktg' lit ii .1.Itiillc-ln It \Is .ri1 that ,pi,'lor to the IHOUI"I..r I thin' onli>i. a ii.1 '
LAWTEY Methodist church
next Sunday. vlsltora of her parents :Mr and I \I'lrcull Jlruilfoul. ('oulity, Nlnh' oKliillihl nil poi'HIIIIM nanioil I In thin ttoHie. It Hint prorenM RII' nervod upon"
The electric switch that la beplaced Mra A. C. Hall Friday States Is being taken on a sightseeing '' III ('imil livery. ll\lnir. milt IC 1..1. HIKII his ln'rthilr hll I In iivrHiin, at thu defendant' S
here tour of Florida by motorcar Ull I IhoinUm I I .I I UH I loch" isrs. 1"1"10. o\or Tweulyonuonre nf age nndnn i
Ini by the G. S. & F. ,
Mr nnd Mra Gillette and children i
.O. .4> 4> rnntiiit, HIIIIOHHOIH or nl.1 one knoun to shunt I thn m-rvk inf
) and S. A. L. R. ft. companion will oC Hampton were visitor by (!ov. and Mr.. JV. Martin all I lmeisisis. ii r ama ii rtl corpoiallomhuliiii n Hubponna, uponbom wouldbind

Mr. A. M. Blanchard was vIsIt- near Its cmpletlon In about three at a rate of speed which prom- LUilu 1'hOI'.t"lI.l.d"I..IIIII or rlnlllll Ril' lniiii'Ht 'IiihhiuMt' thu Htild ,ili-fondnat;
of :Mra (I. W. Sheffield SundayMr !.
I 1"' H Inir .nml IT I'l I Ii onloroil that
ing relatives and friends In Mel- months and will be a great Improvement lioitpra and son, )Fred were hell to break all recordMrn. -*. I II I: Ii l'piiIilg l.%' nltlilnvlt ai'peiiil-| l le III 1.t"I".la., .. \ 1",1.. I"lo"hll. II"WI 1"lnl thu .lhl' 1''I ,,HI'JI.tll. Arhlr, L' Mi".r. i
kill I I I\I h M| 1 In I lh" Hli'oHlutM III ho IH hirebv to ,
few : m
rose a days ago. for our town. attending to business inVaildo HOBS ono of the most diet LMUHI' I h.t 1.lnl k' 'I 1'1.1"11., tin It 1' 11''lh.I 101.10. ,"'-'.11 of to the i-otr..1'111..1>lalnt nl'I.I, if
Messrs. W. Wooten and K. B ,\\'C.-nI.n. I Ihtloln iniiniMl\ IH a noil'IVHUlilit 1"lrl"1 I '1. 11 .r | 11",1
Saturday.Mr. luau/ ishmed women in merlin" hue NortliMoHt II|1"1" i.r. I I r-miHP hi, fore MoI Ilia 7th I ( .
Burney were shopping in Starke 4 4 4 4 4 4 4, 3s 4 4 1 five nt the mansionhere. t.f tile Main uT J*'li,l'lilil, ulliliul .1 iiiaiti| >i iiioio particular. 1" l lnn day. of FpbriniM"I All. I I'UT. o( her .
days .
and spent <
Hall *
C. daughter
A. I HHkleiue i it4 tliiknown nuil tHt> tleiitonv .1'IW. nl \\-iO til" I I Inn M Of Hlllil I I Ius
last Monday afternoon.Mrs. 0 <> Margaret were visitors of :Mr W. r'stfnlt' fiom till Htralu of I yt.ii""H; I It IH I ii ertfr.> i,iKil of *.h".III.11| ,. anil, 1"11"1 11 : RI r"l'n." .11... Ill hn I .I,.lh'I'. iiinfpHHi'il h h)' hi
Catherine Tears Is very 111 I recent and .I. I limit Mitiil inin-i, 'ii>>Uluul ,l,rtMnt- I tin .Vint, h till Co...( moii 1 lit-. di il t Ainlanttr /
4 BROOKER Ii. T. Wnmtln Monday a political campaign aIl$ ho iintl IH )hiivli, riillllroil. In iq-| I lliiMiii, NVi'sl HO "rodH I tlioiiii-.Hunt )"', .it FfUTiiru iiRiuiinr: > HUH
j\' at her home In Law ley, her many Mr. \\". H. Harvey und daughter, from the more thnn two )'III'S she IK'.n' I to I tinlilll. I I .or tomuliilnt" llhil Iii. 1'.1.' fi.,>| II 1L'ii-l" |"..... to point 1)1 I lilt ,,ilis' hu imhliHhiil OIMII a \vik
t wish her a speedy 4 HUH( laiiNi (eli 01 i hefoiu' Munaiiv, tin I I ful, .' \\nokn In t thu
friends recovery. n I the goveinor'a ollho/ ln>- 1"0111111 I..llr ''M''I'o
Jessie Mae visitors of Mr npent ; ,
were Till I lii\ .I Mltih .\. .II. I'.iJT.' ollli'i- .
Ninth I luilf nf '
I mmii ; inplt, a m'\\
: Dr. and Mrs Carrndlne with 4 4 4 4 4 4 t' 4 4 Charlie Hall Sunday night. siring her to see OH mm'h of )Florida tvlnIII I ,' IllU-KlltlollH. of Mil ht bill Ii Ill. I W..\10"|'I.1 i'l i. of hush' ,' 11'0'11"1"11! I ImiUti! rll'iii-inl' I i:li:, u lilt' : Ion pnl.ll-ii :

1) their son. Lee. motored to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs S(' .U'n. of Galnea- at possible lu I the limited time I In luUin an i unruHifcU l hy saul iteftixlaiit I nil, of III..IMhi, lux III H..I.I, 'I .11. ...I In .. Ilinilfiuil" i','. Kim, .
Mrs. S. M. Mutt spent the weekend I 111 u. tiixlll hlp Si ""II I )i. HotltllIliinito Ida,
$ .
: Saturday. Valdosta (la of vlllo wore attending to business at 1 she has a trip was utitinged, to I It it fun Inc oriliTiMl i limit this nlilil I 1 .* : .n t2. ) I'anl, ionlalnliiK VV ITM-IoI I the hnnil of Cl W Ali.rman
as guest
Liu tnilillHluMl ohIu it wvvk r.nfoul ,' : ;: : .I.J\: ; ,
Mr. and Mm. ttoggs. of JackBouvtlle (J. W. SlietHeld'a\ ] afternoon take In both count and most of 1' JA mori* ui hiss l'I'rk of nl hilmin lonrt. ate \ .1 S I 4i
Mra. Olga Prevatt. Sunday> I' tlUlHtHMIUVtt. > 'kH 111 lllO Illllllfoul Andini' mid ofuu mi. 01 an his of thIs """ thin .
'r Mr. 11.
were visiting floggabrother the rldgu section Leii\lng Jack- l omily, TeliHrapli n mucimiuilitllillHlii'il ill I.i-d 'nilil\ Itnlillrnl.r." appiai i', pliatlIIIIHUOI I day ot A I H I .
here Saturday. !Mr. E. L. Crosby of JackMonvllle III Halil l 'iiunt>' unit state.'I'lils nr.". to I tin* hill nfloniplalnt 11 .1"11"1 1..1'. : 1'2. .
f. I 111111.1 Mrs. n. K. I Hall and Honvllle hint Sunday a drive was r.'l.iinuv tut 11127. 11",1 1\
of last week herewith I HO \ vouon Clerk circuit Cnuit,
", G. L. Futch und family have spent part (laIlKhter.lIdl'ey.. were vIsitors of niado to St. August, inc and Uuytomt tlV. ALUMiMAV. I tin. NiiMnHl..xhlhl.11'day lt M"'h." A I' ( I Count} 11..1".1Hln I 1 i!

5; moved back to their farm In Law- friends and relatives. his brother. Charlie I Hall Sundny. 1I"llI'h.'l.tlll'lIll1l I ( I to Jacksonville (.1..1\1... ( nit iuii.. of I his A Ntulghmt> I 'ol'"II"'
i'. t. hlillIi'I 5.yc
Mlssea Lubedlu TliihoUter and ( llv Com t wil intiriil. airiiln, t > ouIT A. H. rnn\ .
tey. Mr. Charlie Hall and son.Vil- that night Monday! was I ituty i. tvrk.Jill' H i ('lir.K l Mrs. Julian Seutefur and little Josephine Chesser motored to Wal ) HIM! \\ll.MAMi, lila liotliui. puhllHhuil ....11 i--Ii-2.4. if
the tluiii
went to the Hampton Hunch spent in renting; TuesO.iy Solli ,itui: ful ,c'olnplnllinnt,; : 11' :
for foul I w"'k" I In tin*
have returnedto do Wednesday.L. .n..I.I"\ -
daughter Wanda Saturday night party which I liuludod Mrs llettnto 2.44t1-3-4. I Hi riol fi.rd County TiliKiatli.|'h' a werkU !\
their home In New Orleans. R. Galney wall a business visitor -, Master Clyde Hull spent last I'orter secretary to the goveinor, nnMHpnvir: | : of: Koniral;: :: \I ,.In illation, I

Sunday In to Gainesville Wednesduy.I I \ Harold Pierce spent
drove to \Vest Palm Iluath and
week-furl with lila sister Mrs. )0;. S Ftmiihlms. I In flUMilt rtindfoiil,

: Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.: Mack Hough mo- L. Youngblood.) of Or nil uin. on the following day to Mliinil ,' ,In th., "Olrtuli'I"hlll." Cnuit In Chunuvlyh for lliiulfnitl" WITSI'II t : t llu-' .1 ". ... 1'1'1... I In (rOII.t.'bl".y.Th" C'llnl1. 4
i U liLy
and Mrs. Burney had as toyed to Alachua Saturday. both of which cities were expected 1 A. HilMH, of .hti.tlelatl i It', nit ami i KmlrtHl, I l.inul\ I(tunic of ColumbiaCuniiliilnuiit S.
Hit I oltliliil' soul of IhlH I limit.S IIHoll ,
their spend the day guests last H P. Galney was a business visitor FHIGV1iILi'4A : to furnish many scenuM of merest Coniplalliuiil.. an, tin i: HlHiinturc\ of il v. Al.l.'i: "mini.Clil ; VHMl

S Wednesday Mrs. Burney'a parents to Providence Filday. to Mrs. KoHfi who hams never J'lui'"lila\ Its I iroaI Ciunpuny, et ill, k of I Ililn ('01'1. Hi IN tin I,. !'ml, lIe.I TompkltiH, Yet I I. 1.llklnI I
day' of Jiimmiy" A. 1 I'.i-'T. ut hU wi. hold tin, 1uisu'tey ,
Eld. and Mrs. II. V. SkIp- Mrs. Olga Prevatt returned to seen the state before and also to liulfiulantMIllll n'r ltlllllllllHT 4 lollllw. IIUlrllflHIHIr 1.101'1\1.\ tl'Io. 1.111" "", and NornKlIKll.

per. and brother and slater Mr. her home In Valdosta Ga., Thursday pretty wedding was solemnized Mrs. 1'orter who has never been I Ii.... '''h.'. llrllrfNOTK
and Mrs. L. J. King, of Jackson- after spendug several months In the church: of the Immacu- south of Jacksonville. 'u la lli.ttllV >;.11I,N 10Tliu : Clerli Circuit Conn, Uin.If..1,1, ttlim- 1..C.nh."la. i iji I '
Flu' the I Kallioiul I ,'UII1I..IIY. u ly. lli>,ildit. Fuirrt'l.uau.r. of %Miirtwnic
: vine. here with her parents Mr. and late Conception In Jacksonvillelast The goveinor plans to leave Friday toilioiuciuii.; i'lii lilu Liiiul iinil. IniinlMliLllun ( fly C. A. "Shlll'l"1"'I"t Thn Hliltw, "C 1..1..10.. 'to, 2hIes'l'iluiIiit
Wednesday morning at eight itnnpnny a cm IKH'Ill 1 .iii, I .*, I'",,'k. his nml"II.kll.. bin
Mr .and Mrs. Chas. Durch and Mrs. S. E. Mott. when Miss Lena Gene for Orlando. Saturday will Ullllll 1. Mtl! III loll & CtllMIHUiy. Ulltl A. H_ ClinWS.Hi.Ill us,I rut. I..II'KM m t : n.'I.11j. by
|children. of Jacksonville] spent they Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rimes otWortulngton o'clock be spent In driving through Kustla: the ubo\4 nail.. ii ,cuiiiotii' Iliu. for mplalnnnt. III\/vl\ Ih'ol|| a hut. 1"0 that
SS I FriKo became the bride of John UllM* III i. 111 iXlHtllU-U' Illlll If .i-h-'it-8: I .. 1 I liii. TompIthiN -
iweek-end with Mrs. nurch's paS Springs were here among Chllea. The and Leesbiirg to Tampa and Sunday I..h..r, or In UXIHUHILL to the. nil I I |hi|. \\llo I I I two n,110 t '" 5 4'.

rents. !Mr. and Mrs. S'h ltlund. at friends Sunday.Mr. Kufua ceremony the party will bo bhnwn St .HIllltKHUIH l.KHl. I I lUUNtinlll.... I Ili (hu n lovu* i mi MO rchlttiuo In tin-
: which was performed by Father I UHHlKIIH, llf Illil. ll Of till) IK1miiiut \ I knuwn ninl ( lint I lucy nn* em'1 UVKI*
their home In East Lawtey. E. C. Long of Wlldwood. Meehan attended by a number 1'etorsbin and other nearby cities! I 1 111 poi all IOIIH. It. i.. HiuiikinanMlbUlt Grove'sTasteless I llu' ..gui of Tvwntono veumrs. I I 1mMittiftin
von .
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Grltfls nc- spent the week-end here as guest :Mm hoes ban been persuaded ; AlMIUK.llUfl I \ AlMircB. Mil .., ihtriMl I hut ti' I"lee T' |' '
S of relatives and friends going AlMiim.1 Aiihur' I II I. AlMiH'n I culi! Al4lll4 I!: ,,1.111. 111.1 eutlc' 'I'.u..kl", hilt. tlti-
'companlell by their daughter Miss li. Colsoti. to n'main In Tiimpa for the CJHHpaillla : : .
and Mrs. Cl I. *
of Mr.
from Lawtey. The bride Is the' \ i Jllcol Ii C lltO\\ll, 111111)1' ) .* !t' Slit 1111 oath uf ) ou .Ito licMttiV' ri'
[ Pearle and grandson William Mrs. P. it!. Uarefoot and children up Monday and ( oveiiuors' 111'h..lI. lOwlil: 11 HlnplfH. .Mill ) J ''ititiIM,| (to ht. nnd, nppHiir |Mfnro t Ia..
I eldest laughter of Mra Don Filso. Miti I lii II. KuinKltn JuiiliiM. blank al I>ui 'natiM <01 Coin t "I I ho court
t Woo ten. left for Homosasna Sat- here Tliuis- l Day Tuesday and, take ttaln forChieyen ; ::: ; ;
of :
were of Luwtvy. and IIIIH mIllie ninny I liu. JidiiIi. Ji ., nnil Alluit II h.<,' 14uuuku.1 Hi-JMlfui: Cuitiilv.; '
furday, where they will meet their 1 clay vlMitlUR Mr and Mra It. T. ime. \hIilii-Il. M I. I.. :l1'I\III'H', John :Mi\ I I'M: I'lnl.n.; Muntlnv.: S: lie itt d'kx orI

.5 {two sons A. A. and Fonzo Crlffla friends dining tho years she has The 1I1111'tlls and :Mrs lInes have I H..,-. J.imiM" f. MOUIVI., \\llltani I II. Chill Tonic I 1.11'' '')'. .\. I I' i 11''. tu uiiHwur a
Osteen. spent here She was given In \ ".i' illi, I"Uanli, I AUKMH, .loliu, ( \\ ", 1 lull nf 11"plaint, oxhltiltci
( who will come UI from Tnmpa to T. 11. Plnliolst.T and Miss Lu- met and beconm linn lends. at Kulluv. IW.. .....1'1.| \'imi ltd IM: ituulitHt von III Niittl C* nit t In Iii.
the Mr. GrlfI marriage by her brother Joe the lust lonfvimico Si 'IS lit, ;MaKKIo\ ll lil.imtHV I.Ilui .1,ili,,5,1'uil Ii Isil oiiiiHtt. hv I ho viluinl
join them for day. t goxeiuor'H Purifies the Blood ond
[ jedia Plnholster attended .lt arch )Frlgo, and, had ua her only attendant ''>' La\ir<, I'ems" .U. UaHktnmill I l.ninl LliuiU nf I *,"lu""III.
I fla and daughter will return Sunday The past Hummer Mrs Ross eiitcrInlncd -. -- looilull. ,ami to i>,a* li .M i iI Tin' I Hi. .lr.r.I. "Uliv '
North Pleasant Grove SundayMr. makes the cheeks .I"K""II.
!Mrs. UrlflU remaining to it I, her sister M ice :Madeline the coiiftjionre In Cheyenne tie uliuvu I liainuij I IndU I Iii Cii lii. I If .allvi I I rosy.Soc d wcoliU 10'.1'1'1 |,u '
and Mra. L. K. Galney and Frigo. who was dressed In yellowflowered ] anil II il'-lul. In their lllilinuMli, liniutltilHuiM ''. ,4tiii' ki. """II".1, (ill lIly, 1.1"1'1,1., IHII
I spend a couple of weeks with rel- daughters. Misses Lois and Tolelda The bride attired She will stint April ] on 1..1 Kati'tiM. ol KI.anti-UN. "I(II --- "-IttiV. '\" I ., tlH till} IOWMI"I"I|
attves. \ crepe was a.. Id-weeks' speaking, tour Hi roll nil I iinU i\tiy of HID ,iiiMivu naniiilliiiHunal Inv hi i'h t I h IH n nt h'u .h..1 .
i Mr. and Mrs. II. P. HiUney and In n beautiful dress of white i1iltnilantH. aiul to all 11l'1-i iHIIIIS if IlNtllMl. fill foUl l' ,tms" I '" Wni>klfIM

Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Thede and children and J. J. !Morgan all flat und wore Accessories to the Kant: luivhiK ol. ilalnuntf" any Inltii ''FOR OVER2oo xt pi'It'i' to "II"C\ appeal"-
oepc thai. Ilii-il\ laailt'I anil, In ,
a Hi III HIM I toll\\lnK miio ," .r V4 ""1"1'-
three children visited Luke City spent Sunday In Gainesville.. \111\11'11. After the wedding ceremony I 1)11114| am! 'bilnif III lllailforil, C'ounly. HIM; In mi hi on u NO nt Ha hi, thus umlphu

Newberry and Gainesville Sunday. Mrs. R. W. Hrunnen. of Lake the party ret tuned to the C'haillea Browne sentenced to i'luilila, litiU mole1 |iai'ticlilai' ,'Iv iltHLIIIlill .. n. line I wo IU."UI..HM" H I III I I tin

1>1'. and Mrs. E. L. Diggs of Butler, spent the week-end here as home of tile bride where a sumptuous death In November 1 1923 for the I | ,'r UM lIt filllo\\H.NoltllMitit I tO-Wit: iSlllltlKllMliUall ilialti'l.NuilliviiHt | ,'. YEARS "lid unit" "i ni.'| 11.11.1..lh"II..II.yuu nt naltI a.I,1 Mworu"*a u.HO

Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. W. guest of her parents Mr. and :Mrs. dinner was served to the murder In I DeLaiid of !Howard I :iitiarti-l: of SoiithwiMtCjilallut hill riMii|1,1..111 wil ho tak-n nwonfuHHoii
SoillltwuHt of NullliIIIIHI ) .ui-b of .
qllai t tl hv you you.anil
E. Torode here Sunday.HAMPTON. 11. P. GaIney. invited guests; wiikh numbered Usher) taxi driver will lie ,during ijumui ixiupt, u Mlilp iuiiiIlig&tIIi il /laarlem has been worldwide (Hnhl nit I It .hnl I priii'tfMl here-*
a .
Mr. and !Mrs. Ray Andrews and about thirty-live. The bride and the week beginning February Hllie .Soiinein, liiiU ,liii liuliiK21U i aft*.i hi nxpaitun iminitei, '
I r..cLvl..... unii cuntalnltitf Hlxuciid for and 'I'Iuuhatnilit ilttH.i'limit lit saId
.. $ o. 4 S. li. Andrews were business via groom left In the afternoon for ,i i. unless proof of his Innoteiue Is tinil o ace|it four ( I ) HiluM. remedy kidneylver .>f iontplatnt\ 'nrn lilt follow. bil

4 Itors to Jacksonville Saturday trip down the state after which produced! before his 30-day( 1'0- liloli. ur II'.., In HulllllWUHl I i.til. llelOne ,., bladder 'I' liiiMt: half of NurtliweMt. riuurlirof
un Mr. and Mrs. G. W. lIazen mo- they will reside In Jacksonville nrluve expires February 3. The I .HI' 01 mi ot auiai 1 I".t iinmtei" olHoUlllLIIHt I unujago and uric acid conditions. '! Month of ltiiiiK 21! l7atel: t.i t.
4 tored to Gainesville Sunday and where Mr. Chiles holds a lespon- second death warrant has been I 'lIIUIt| ut NoltllllUht| I I :uillIui::r\.lf.!'\ 20 iirnm nml, lylntc I :cliiihieluig I II
I In siiiitl1,0. in IY ("" "ly. Fh>rhln.Thut .
ti-i Jilt* ci I > itils
signed by Governor Martin. 110.,1 ,
4 4 spent the day. slble position. \ IIIIA anil, .III-IIIK' I lie Not illi AiHt iiuiirlui I Ma I tt.log -non K lit hv
Quite a large crowd of young They were recipients of many Ilrowno was to have been electrocuted ut l'Ioulh.1 nail lioiilnlvil 1 I "ntnphihiiiiit, In mihl lull of complaint
4 4 .4 '" eo 4' 4> 4 4 4,4 .IU.I'CI'
January 3 but at the reliient on Soil, h by l hy J. lciiiMUinu .. ( Suit I tho f"'o""sl, ,. nf tiotunnil
folks from here enjoyed a party
benutiful gifts. ID J. b. 'liuiii-r. on \\ cit blanil > niortKnvu. .n "hl) lainli.
\ !Miss Dora Johnson spent the given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Among/ guests attending were: ( of citizens of Volnslu county if MIH, .lln.. AnilioWH : all thai ____ IIt, I hut HIIlu I of I h. nntno for t hut
week-end with her aunt Mrs. .. i "- iif HoulliiiiiMt :"I"J" iuvnlu.sut f If Hit'Id hmrtHiiKO H I** orhnl
\ Saturday evening. Governor Martin granted a reprieve pint \,1.1.1 'IIu..h'| $ :
Dekle !Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engle Mesars I .:
'S "| ( anil' IIUIIIM: In thisi 'tMlii B", tovctlior with I KiiiutrnlltnrriH
Futch. of Lawtey. W. A. Elliot Motclu Rosen and to allow additional tentl- klliH i I Audition I I to thu 'lown of HtaiUcKI.MHla. orrect Internal Inuhl/l imtilnte( vital I .
and family attended MJTICKThe boiinuuil llio iNollli \\ I tho ) I loin"rnltlfl A. V '.
A. A. Durclen to be produced To date the I mi "nl
lUioden of Jacksonville ; Mesnra. many I line uui u utiii: tNoitlii-iiHt, I iiniiiiii| .. r jitnni. Three nlzru. All ilruuulnti. Iimlatn nml A. /. tllt, Ills, J.I.U..H. aim U. .
the fifth Sunday meeting of the \V. E. Torode. J. Gaodfellow ItDurbtn only testimony has come from the 1."III..U"l I 'I Cli"I .-,. uf *, "C. JJ, 'I'wp, the original genuIne Coin MCOAL.NOIIC <\0..1111.. clerk. nml I"lie, soil! of thlw

Santa Fe Baptist Association which board of public Instructionwill Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cox Sons of Italy In New York to the 1. I IIHI 1.. on I Iliu laiHt liy :Myr i .'I' I II S lie 'Itiwn of Hln..k.. Ifrailforil -
t I eel I iroi unity llioinaM \ Htaln I of Kl.-r, in, Ihll
convened at Hawthorne last Sun- receive sealed bids up too effect hat Iliowne wall In a hospital -I 111' 0",1. i: 1'.I"ly.. 1 I' 1 \927. .
A. 5.
:Mr. and Mra. )Ferris Mr. and Mra 1" I llii Moulli liy (" .IIM"U tl..I. In Circuit Cuuit, MlRlitTi j I ICllclllt Iif I ho .1 h h. of JIIII"'V.
i day.A. noon February 7. 1927 for the John Stalling H. A. Blunchard. for the criminally limuno In vv "Ht liy tlin VV .M II", 11." llriiilfrild Coiilily, 1111.ulelnl (I. %V / { :h'1;:"CKoilritor :
of I $
A. McDonald who has been sale of the following school bulldnga. New York state from lull to .Nun' (U/ I"Hklu..JII" I., h''I."II.. In ('huiiieery.I lly A
il" 'I
Mr. and Mra. Le Darron of Law- I IIIAII uf Slal kv, I ] County, Hank, a rorpora- i 1'1 711 .RllI-I.
attending to business at Switzer- Plnehlll Ziff Crestvlew and tey. The bride and groom have 1922. lu 1 I',"i-il Hook "J" milieu Ill of limo,1 1, for (o"ph.lnanl. if
uf ad fop 'I I
several weeks returned to pnlilli' record' 1.1 I'onniy ( (Hmil) -
land for Randol ph. tho best wishes of their friends for S S S SGeorge I' la l;itMl. half I uf Hoiilliuimt. II".UI. ,' .'I"IlllnIILY.
lila home here last Saturday.C. Tho board reserves the right to happy nuirrled Hie. W Bean, H'publll'anI"tfonal of )\ui Hit n,l .,iiutiitnl" all I III ftiui tli inle Ciawfoiil et nl, ,-, .
i l.ant Iif'liiIOiUtIiliiiilifiiiliiiifiIIifLiiifilIl2W' I "' ' '
U, Soul li 2J '
B. Roberta postmaster at reject any or all bl of Itirlunite '
Graham. was a business visitorS II. B. WIGGINS. Fort Pierce.-St. Lucle Coun- Is apt to lone bin job I If the CI"ul C unit' of .l.ltfhth:,1 I.l "li' 1 IN Till! N.UI'; .UI'1 TI1U IINI'J UF I i ji HARVEY M. 'lt..11 i
here last Monday. ty's first annual poultry show to I. 41iU lila, I ,
Secretary.BOROZONE treasury department llndn him whiieln I* A. I InivlH In cuiiiiilalnmilninl 1'1.(11)\ "
!Mr. T. C. Baker who represents l-21-3t-2-4 be held here January 25-27. 1 I lh liii iii..ii col ,! 11."I'P""h11.I.y om.l"v.1 '
chuiged of Hollcltlng tux "I.v. 1..1.11. to Mortician Starke I la.
guilty as npliiindi
lu hil ,
,, 1"11'11 .
the Atlantic Grocery company of Ullll "IVI'UUI. 01 pl-IHOIIM I lie aliovo iii """ II I l
exemption business Tile eil ili-fcnilantN, anil I that milil IILl
business visitorhere Talla'i iK ; .m-I I' Colt S "II1IV.( a rnnunl. onn of Member of Florida Funeral 1
Palatka. was a TltAIVKffectlve srIiI-IULEM: hnA"ee Golf and t'ountiy (.' WIIH llltttllUlDll to '|lllllt Hill I, till I", I thu ik-fiiiilntitN, I "",,1 anonroHlilant

laatIouday.! Is NOTa linimentItI.tb.nIVSntIs.ptIC Informod I by Beau that I for It nom unit niuvw i cloUI.ii-liil, from lu, the HIM lalnlH till., aim liuivlnbofuio ,, of t "" Sin I e of F'I"'hll. Directors and Embalmer A.- L
iloftH havu plncu bilHlIII.HH -
The Hampton Hotel under the 12:01 a.m. Sunday would undertake owinil' li> uin "o II.1 I ..
...r y 0... inal cost his olllre'l..llull or nu iiKiint Slate ,
,c able management of Mr. and Mrs. whvranj have sche .ud c"c,1 mnl annul nml here. In 11. In the .oeiatlon.i
should b.v> ready for u. January 2nd we a new to collect taxes Illegally collected 1,11"1"1. .I..rl.I. aria
.d9d forcut., i I .. of all I.i HOIIM oiioipinatloim 1'lorIhii. t hun .. of aHiilipoiuia
'S J. M. Steel la progressIng very purl_ Bud b.>l.. U<)II4 aatlrowdjr. dule. Trains will run as follows: from the club on ('BIltnlsto..k I 1".r".I..t or clutnitiiK' un' I In- upon whom woultl bind PHONE3Day
nicely. The occupantM are well SoUtofC SOUTHBOUND Iciest, I 111 Nat llllllll i miami lust viaiiialiiiiiLs I ho iiiilil. ilufonilant and that Itstirln'Ihmll
during the last two .
S years.This ,
111., mid to .nJ..11 tliuuvHiirtlun I I plai. ,.C biiHln,*.. anil place I
atlsfled. The only thing lacking No. 1 Due Starke 10:50: p.m. letter has been sent back to .t mull. .' or 'In- of Im'oriioratlon ID I lu llu.. main ofNiuv -1 Night-C9-W '

ia room enough to accommodate rHnlni| { Drug Store No. 3 Due Starke 10:33 a.m.No. David II. Blair commissioner of Iii CHI lu (lie humUs liuiuln .bov. du- kl.Url'I.'c."o:: ; NowYuik "
.LI".t.All" It .iih that I
; With D JOBM
rr..r C.
303 Due Starke 10:03: a.m. all
Internal revenue who has refer you mill uuch ttt you and Hiild non-ruHlihint 'I.,feiiuhm and Wit .
of ,mill all ,ami cm pulalioiiM : : !
NORTHBOUND red It to the committee on enrollment you purHiuiM It I IH Imrrliy 1 reuuliitl I to appmir to t his .
h i vliibi'I os-u" naaiiil anil rvItfliviJ .
of lot Illnd In Hnld lIullIIiSlISiIuiIilStIillliilliICiiitiflIItIuuiiifWIiiimiM( iIiIlilIsihIiItiISiiiN
IM>i n pin "
No. 2 Due StarkeI : 08 a.m. and disbarment! of the treasury ., and 11 I pmllDM I In I IntuivHtui hil or bofure Monday the 7th .dayof . .

No. 4 DUJ Starke 3:52: p.m. department. The taxes will be u.d..n' is itiiiliitl I ) tu a 1.".., liVhruary. A. *>. l'J27, nt Hiurke,
I In Nil lit un Moniliiv I thti 7th day .
No. 304 Due Starke 0:16 p.m. returned by that department.Contracts : of ;1"c'"o. 1 I'. 1UJ7. Ki 1".101"1 ...1 1"1.,111... I rlhArwl.II bf entflrml a. BKillilHt r pro-con-Nil Ill

STARKE AND WANNEE S S S S 'bill loinplltlnt no lii ii"..11.1 I non-reHlilant defendant nmi the nlliiratlonn I- I
you ... dHfvnilmitM. falllnK whlf li, of the nuld bill I of mini
No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:30: am. amounting to more anil I herd ,,, n .n of this t.iurtC plaint I will I I be S taken art ronfnnHfil John B. ThomasItiG1MTEIIE1) .

No. 102 Arrives Starke 2:10: p.m.T. than $2QUO,000 were let by the I I I i hu entvrud. iiHulnHt I yuuIt Hiild non-rtiNldent 5 (Iii ftndiint, I, whk I r
AJMIi J. GRIFFIN. In fuitlivi ordulxd. thut Hi In notliu IH a till I) soehi I tug .foretlnnf. ntortKIIKO I
state road department In their i
be 1."I"h.,1 lilies H week for over uii Interest hell I Sty melaoilM : :
last quarterly meeting. IncludedIn four C4i WHultM In asivaepllter iliiHrrl lied th *ruln ntnl,, to candefendant. AnJI'UCT

m this letting was the last 12ai'lei H Uiriiftiul I iHibllMhid circulation.. tu I In and 1.0..1t..t hlvl,1 tel I h. )".,I".n.,1 1.11. C..wCol.l..n S h.In the I Htiirk.Klorliln

POINTERS : of the Tnmlaml Trail In Dado h"l.rldai, lu wit: U' | > nll'.1' the
PEN[ County TclcKiaphLIOIIV I Nald the
county leading to the Monroe county and at tit mit k c, Iirinlfind same r..I.. n *C.awC..o ..1,1. Co'InndM.,

You(! will find Buick line which was let to the H. C. I ,oil my. tiuiidn. HUH tliu Jnd,. It IH further I II'ordnri-d. Hint t Ihliordir ,irx'larJJOlc'llfIIIIUUCUM)cx
a day of Kuliruary IUJ7.VVIINH.H.S tin putillHhod onre a week for
W.. want believe all thIs talk Huffman Construction Company. lisa \hand of II. W.1.1.d..olu four i'liiiHiii'ntlve I wctikM I In the 9 COFFINS & CASKETS ;
Rockefeller now engaged In building 11 miles ,. ,'lem I'k o( th" Circuit I Court, County, Tili-Kraph a week
until Mr

S drive of starts proupcrliy icIvliiK away hulf-dollara. In- j Just east of the newest project. /iKlilli I '..Jtidlclnl"t y. 'I"II.' 1'1.1,. "...fur I tiC 1.,1.Ir"0 .1..10111 I I llrndford I..lo.o'"Cuum cr n,L piibllHhud y. FlorldiiIhla I In Hturku "I I and a Full Line of :

t t delightful car to ntpiid of limes There are only about three more Court. January nth. A l> IH37Cl J
U. W. ALHUIIMAN Al.lilUIA.V.fOlllilal I
I W .
S 0 5 miles of the trail to tin contractedfor IK..ill ) LlxrllU Steal) Clerk. l'l.ell Court : I Undertakers' Supplies ::,

.f' Five hundred million run of In Dacle county, thU road, to K. I'K II n Y.MAN, IvnlKht fa Knight, I :', )
reailv for con: Hullclloi I tar contpluliiantJ4 I Hollc-itor for Complainant' AUTOMOBILE IIBAKSBAlwirc ':,
reported with the Collier
corn are lead up to connect .jl-4-4
Until you drive one of the latest mimpMini durliiK, : 1921 That's al- county link. 1.7. 1.2.4 I :i .. ... Th. MI "

mast an many n* apartment dwell I Irx Seven of the eleven contracts i NOIIC Ki \OIKi: I'h:It f.!-:> I' "'U" > sui- 1.'I'.a.: .1(1: tsntl,.. t. '.1..'.. "
4 Buick models you'll never know '> threw nut lair yearS were let to other than the low I i I In Clrcull I I::1 CourtjGg; hI Li Judlrluli'liiult :I I" I.IUIIIIIIOMI4.I I IIKblHTKHEU "
S S Iii Cord County, lloilda. InChainiry I &MI"LI&I
bidders the dcpaitrnent stating
Time I'nlieil* States uniokeil SIrlKurflu nUf.a In Ilv.n\ Hint the '1
how fine that In each case the lines of the H .'. Clark ninl l.uclna M. 1..1. rtjritoox f,_ Town of I IEWII C. JONES "
motor car performancecan per capita during l) cemhpr. Clark Ills \\lfu, 1.1 1<
contractor to do the work iilckly I 1..wl"Y.1..II.' will I I I rerf-lv$ .
l 112H Somebody must have | CoiiiplaliiantNvn. N 1.1.1. 1".1.. ... i.f IA.f"l noKloctrln STARKE FLA. ::
told Mr Dawfauxt had been considered with the low- : Light of .tho Town
be. got: init. all we are of the bid*. Amounts of the Florida UIII''l0 I I Company.A of I. .w isv. llrailfnril County: Florid. .t, I "
>n a plpoV lies Cm . .t ul., up to ami I Im ludlnuIlia 20th day IJICt.I.Itt'.II| <,tWlJIJfI.I1I.ICII) lit M
.5 5 5 contracts were not made public. 1".. ., Morel li .,. I' 111.?. nt one o'clockP -

,, \ > wniulf'r If Mr Coolidge -.v..rcp' Contracts were let as follows: tInIer .4 'l.uI tsiilhi'ilI.n.. 115.1.5 '1 ..I. .ltinsutS.. j. .Meld M hands to be ilntml" the Iftfh.' I

You will particularly the to feeling creepy with thai Road -I. St. Lucle county fromo"ort tr"I'IL l; 15 1".11':1" t'' \ N. 'that day i.f I 11(1111 her, A. I H. hJr. nml r
enjoy lnRIIfnpl.: elusive pr Hlicntial| ) Pierce to Martin county line I I. .k ..ld I u'I"1 )1 c..k.. Iii ii are to lie In denomination. 1.-
5 Ic. .. ."pta(I In I tic ii I N. hia liodI ioh.OlI( each and InlcreHt. at PATRONIZEHOME
V .pokpMmall spooking about' In hisshaii.i Nelson Brothers Clearwater cement hi.., sworn lull, .C va.iiipimiint III the rate of hilt per. <-<*nt her minimi,

amazing smoothness of the Buick W paving .I"v c.\... 11.1.01 t 15.1 lIar Itlallti.lIritiI pnyahla H"II'R"Ully. on .(Ih" If.ih
a I 1.1.. t..rpiisal. 1 I.". day of .1' Ii of earhyiar BUSINESS
11 1..e.'H.
HoadI., Martin county from Jaitni. 'I. liil ,ii'l ,.h u M c Stat, .
wll li uttai-li-
f vibrationless ll<*rh"rt lanvrln' Drown" *
engine, beyond belief predicts a .ld slim' mner Km Thp11 h.. plciny of. Johnson Drake & Viper cement I tic. cr5,111. 'lbs I,.I..hl. 1..11.1 ,.,1 xnle in.1"10.' ami the principalnf BUSSES
worry paving. 1."h"Uu.. LaSts'') a e.rpulit. nal.1 hi," hut h I be pnvaMe. il.-
t at every speed. .wlmmlnxMoney I I : ., .\UIU."M :lr'h.r. H nun.(IU nn t hum I IMh day i.f jietemtinr.
Road l 4. St John county, from Wlhtsey. O Nlh.I.. lmil, I J'2 5. 1".n.I1 l a with Imceinbur

St. Augustine to I'elllcer's Creek I.Ilcd lehols :t'IO:j.rsliI ; I : is. lu.J 11010 wil b. .in c.I>t.d up Schedule
. N ic ho hi.) l'istna, in. jamliss. t mmii, '. M"rib 2 9. h.J2. .
II. t:. Wolfe St. Augustne lime It ..\her tie IVIII. ai'I IC Cal her All. "..I ldir" .I. reuulreil. to FOr JAX-9 a.m., 12 m.

Buy a Buick! You'll get driving rock base. Ir Ii I I of I lita "B",0 are deal.or .. with W. H Torode, HMcrntaryof 1 *
not I" CIIILMSIIM. th.11 II I hour the llfiuril off TrUHteeit, nf the and .1 p.m.
l : :Making HoadI.. Palm Beach county or Its h..I".. (jvl5e.. 'l.satess, grunt- Town of awloy, Florida i
qualities that are the of the from Kelsey City to Jupiter. |R-H, ntii.cMNori. or UMHlxmi., wliu arc i hei-k fur 1 101).00. payable:: .to.frllllif1 FOR ( 'VILLE-9l5 a.m.
r uml to allperNniw. '
envy unknown to complulnantM 1, Chairman of the
CottonP. Langston Construction Company. Sirius and corporation I Trueteenr'. .1:15: and 6:15: I p.m.
Orlando. lime rock base. known: or unknown, ubH nt, iiiniiulc'd : rtltl'*
motor car industry. Head 10, Franklin rrom .."n..o'lI."l or oth.rwlHv. liuvIIIK I In '.1 be ilii>OHltrd ". guarantee. of
Pntr Tool wilt R.- iir chI"1 any liitrrmt In thelamli full .rompllance with the .utimitfml -
iMlnnt sad ..I,.. I a"." Iff Carra belle to Kant Point Dean &: h. 0..1.1.l 1< iiulvtHHD Ami suh.l bond tl. to be
bairn 999 plow of tltl. eoff. uoij ritmiivn ,< annul Hfild for not I.MI than Haklliond
Yarborough & Eber v.I. 1'1
: I. IV3H. P...... * 10.. .... : ba..h. Tampa cal. c-ancvl the .. of all pvr- to l>. numbered 3 '0 IncluIve. Workers who feel lazy.
GREATEST BUICKEVERJUILT> .It.1 of .TO pu...... mt .IppI.g clearing. etc. HOIIH, nrnm UIHI c-orporatloni I hatereeted languid." di.couraHERB1I4E 1 '
..I.t. Road 2. Lake county. from 811ver In or clalntlnx cit Intorsat In 1'he fial'l TruHteea ..rV. the
mild ,Ittniin aMalnnt uuntplalnuntH title rIght any and all lililn I, aold ra
a. v. cUNiINOIL3f: Lake Forks to Eustls Samuel and to enjoin th. ....rtlon of any lly 'lI..e of the saId Hoard of'TruHtoea dO

REGISTER MOTOR CO A." ..Itursi C.||.... radner, Ormond Beach grading; suth claim vtat or that Inl.I.the aildrvim and coniplaluanttiw r.nldancvw -- ut the Town of fawt.y.Florldmi a Toala that........ r..tjit. quKkly.Put
Tampa Sand and Shell Company or pla ot business fit the TllftPB .Io."u.
Athrnu Ga. I hydraulic Oil. ..hJ dd.ndal..., known or ,unknown n R Chalrm.n. 1 mutton,. l"
'STARKE I them, and 1 that (her. ( Attest: W. a TORODE Stem.ric .
FLORIDA Road 4, Brevard county con I la nv kp'ntl' the 8tat of Florida, terlar) 1-38-91-J-3 Corpc-nlng' Drug


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"I have no doubt," he said, "that within a very short timewe 'J\XGF.04! SANITARY :MEETING OF U. D. C. --.--- --.:--- =-- f i

County Telegraph shall find our whole state producing! Not speculating (CONDITION Alttt: VltOKI ,
of the
(Continued from Page One) The W. T. Weeks cbapter
i ESTABLISHED IN 1879 or playing but :working, and working hard. And that part of and yards In hack of business U. D. C. held Its regular monthly i

Florida which !shall in.the future be the great, industrial sec- places were found to be in fair meeting; Wednesday afternoon at Beginning I
condtlon. Vacant lots in the town the home of Mrs. S. L. Peek. .,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class tor, where steaming factories, coiling white smoke against of Sturke should bu cleaned Several After a short business session,

+d Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I the cloudless blue of semi-tropical skies, turn out the thingson houses that had running water the guest of honor for the after-

which the state shall be built-shall be North Florida, with grease traps In sinks were noon, Mrs Townes Randolph Leighof !
I E. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher i not connected to city sewer but Gainesville gave an Interesting Friday
wti hits its immense collossal financial throne
headquarters, ,
J. C. Robinson__________________________Managing\ Editor overflow was In yard and caused a address !lire Leigh is state historian -
: in Gainesville, the University City. bad puddle. Many ditches In the of the U. D. C. and her ad-
I *-- outlined territory should, be clean dress was along historical lines. '
AI "South Florida will never be the industrial Florida. That I
: SUBSCRIPTION "(1 HO us to havo good drt-lnigo In At the clone of the address Mrs Morning

Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I is only natural. But South Florida will be the background, wet weather. Peek assisted by her little daughter \

Application the color ,the romance of which people think when they The two stables In the Town of Frances Lee Mrs Geo. C :' ", *(''Ii

Advertising Rates on .. I dream of swaying palms and sparkling clear lagoons, or Starke were Inspected and both White Mrs. J. H. hitch and Mrs : :" ; k :
i ---- .-. '. -- green found to be In deplorable condi- O. L. Haynes served a delicious o'clock'F'The ( {" J
is setting the example rolling golf links with the spring sun bright upon them in j tion. The manure piles are re- salad course. At 10 } ,,, -.
Your neighbor
Clean up and }paint! up. the heart of winter-that is the part that South Florida will moved only three tlntea a year, Many members were present and( .",.'"" ,rJl
the enthusiastic .. ," .,
thereby causing a firm breeding meeting was a very :
play. North Florida the class room, the office-South Floridathe >
o place for flies right in the heartof one. : i
{ playground, the old swimming hole-what better combi- the Town of Starke. It la suggeHteti Greatest''Merchandise. :, |
Wonder if Tampa i is the home of the new "IlavaCrook"cigar In C"'rlH.'IO'l NOTI('!'] (
/ that these stables be re-
nation, anywhere in the wide world ? J :
moved to other locations not The registration book of the Townof '
? so
"There is nothing wrong with Florida," he said at another Sturke Klurlda. will be open at '
0j prominent and proper care) he taken the oillre or the Clark In i lj'
time "That is impossibility. What could be with : to ;Marc.
an wrong for the upkeep. Manure pile Hall from February lath ;
j Election for city hall and armory building has been set for 12th 1927 for the reg-lstratlon of
this state, a vast empire within itself? If you don't believe should be removed every 10 daysso elector. t ,
April 26th. as not to allow the breeding of C. A. FUTCH. .' ''m \t
that statement just take your car and try to drive through I flies. Rut Officer Town ot Starke.

w from Pensacola to Key West from Monday morning until. KiTommcndutoiiH Is hereby I 2-4-61-3-4 Slaughter f fIn
When a fellow says it can't be done, it means the other
Saturday night. If you get there you have been exceedingthe recommended that the Town of NOTICE OF I' TK"TTIOV TO APPLY .
fellow can do it. Starke continue the privy campaign FOil SPECIAL LEGISLATION FOR 'i \
speed limit! Does that give you an idea of the vastnessof 1IIH .OIKHNMKNT OF 1OWNOP '
to eliminate
all .
o open privies STAHKH *f
( your native or adopted, land?" within corporate limits of the the-History''. !
There is one farm cast of Starke that has produce growing : Hereby notice Is given to all to !
Again, Mr. Babson quoted an old poem concerning five town. That privy ordinance be whom It mar concern that the underslgned ", .. ,' h'I
on it the year around. enacted. That an ordinance be will prepare and Introduce ; t" ; /
i blind IIindustans who went forth to see the elephant, and enacted causng people to put trash for passage special legislation for' ; ;;
o the town of Btarke Bradford Coun- pfStorkc'J' f
I each, finding a different part of the anatmony of the beast, und other refuse In covered gal- 1 ty Florida, at the regular" session o! ; I.
'( i The Tallahassee Daily Democrat says a deliberate man tanlzed That all fruit stand the; leg-lnlature i ot the State of FlorIda .I( I,
cans. .
declared stoutly that that was the whole elephant, and would In 1927 a bill enlarging and extending -, vr'' ti c?- e.r )j
respected everywhere except in a cafeteria.o and places where foods are Bold the governmental power of ,: ..: i ;f< tp
t not be convinced otherwise. He likened the five blind men to be screened so that foods or fruits the said town, and granting unto the I f
town authorities ot the said town or "Jjs'ifBradford : ;
,1 thousand dollar paving would put the different branches of Florida business men-for instance, candles or anything that may be additional power, rights and prlvlleges -
Hundred new program
and providing th* rfulcl town '
eaten in the state will not be : .'
raw '
Dollar Class. Have signed ? the realtor, the mortgage dealer, and so forth. When sub- with a peolai. charter for Its government -
the Million up
Starke in you exposed to flies. That the sanitary ;
o divisions went flat on the real estate man-the state was Inspector or the persons charged Chairman C. F.Town HOOVER.Council' County)' ;J,!

; Gainesville has a store to be called the "Poor Man's gone, and that was all there was to it. And when the mort- with the duty of the enforcementof l-f-9t-f-1 lI

Friend. Not so many in this:: country so poor that they can- gage man got left holding the bag on an unsafe speculation, the inspections health measures to see, take that frequent the KOTICH! et I -. "

not buy in any store. Florida could live no longer in l his opinion. people are complying with state In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial .1

o "All Florida should pull together Mr. Babson urged. laws and city ordinances. Circuit Chancery.J. Bradford. County, Florida.In .

A noted doctor declares there are thousands dying from "For goodness sake, open your eyes and SEE !I" Assuring you of our cooperationand H. SAXON SamRosenberg's-
hoping to be back within a Complainant. '
kissing. They will die anyway some day and if you can die few weeks to note improvements THAI FLORIDA LAND" AND,

happy, do so. Wauchula. Producers Dairy Tampa.-Bids received for com- I ..remain IMMIGRATION COMPANY,
and Poultry Karma Inc., locates I pleton of west wing of new municipal Very truly yours, A Detendante.CORPORATION ET.: AL.,-
o largest. poultry station In state hospital In Marjorie Park '
I Fred A. Safay, Order of Pjkllea(lo*
The Dunnellon Truth editor was presented with a watermelon -
here. Davis Island. District NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VBN.! ThatJ.
Sanitary Officer ,
: H. Saxon. a. complainant Ana
in January by a farmer subscriber. Some editors pled hi* sworn bill ot complaint in ry;
IT BOILEED OVERv(2r the above cause agalnat I Tn FlorIda -
are born I lucky. .. _.........,. 25iJCongressman Land and Immigration Company
a corporation If in existence, and
o I '7 If not then It* euocessora or asHtgn "
Green of Iowa, has joined with Congressman / ; If any who are unknown to him andto
/ all persona, firm and oorpor..tloneknown 15.-Day .
Green of Florida, in making a vigorous protest against non-resident or unknown or, absent otherwise concealed having r

the inheritance tax.-Ocala Banner. The Greens aren't let- ? or claiming. any interest In the
land described ,
hereinafter to remove -
ting grass grow under them either.-Gainesville Sun. cloud, quiet 1 title and to annul
any .
and cancel the claim of all persons Determinationr
o firms and corporation againstcomplainant's ,
title, and to enjoin the r
Ilillsborough county is above Manatee on the map and assertion of any such claim or In- .'
terent and complainant mates that
that is the only way any county can get above Manatee.Bradenton .- the address or place of buslnos of
the said defendant, known or unknown -
? News. What about Alachua, Baker, Bay, Brad I I. unknown to him, and thatthere
1* no person In the state of
ford, Brevard, Broward, etc?-Tampa Tribune. Bradenton Florida, known to him, the serviceof
a subpoena whom would bind
News had to make this remark before the prizes were award either of the upon said defendant; and
complainant' allege that he doe not .9 I It
:: cd at the South Florida Fair.-Gainesville News. know, and by diligent search and Inquiry
i ha* not been. ahle to aiteer-
i 0 lain If any of the eald defendant
With the country being covered by n network of high ten- la 1 living allege or that In existence there may; And be further per--

sion lines, the power companies in reality only one, will control eone, In 1 n 1..a7ndrrn"lt In Interested thla .

the use of electricity for t the entire country within the Suit, whose nam is I unknown. residence to him or placeobbualnesa and
In said/ bill relief I I.. prayed ngalnxtuch .
1 next decade. Electricity will then be used almost entirely known and unknown defendant -
for light, heat and power. r
I THEREFORE It I I.. ordered that all
,H o perilous, or corporation named In
this notice If in A-
Eustis Lake Region says "With too many bond issues, i.. and If dead or not in or..existence. existence then .
1 M*. her their or It. heirs, devisees
even inland towns sometimes get in deep water." Bonds issued Q QJ grantee, legatee ._ueeeeeor or assigns -
and all firms and
person cor
for needed improvements represent a paying investment, \ Interest having or claiming:: any

othrwise they are drags preventing towns from investing in and In being those In certain Bradford lands county lyIng -,
j.. State of Florida, known and described -
needed improvements. aa follows to-wltl,
The Southeast quarter of Southwest -
o quarter, less the East Thirteenand
r An "Noted One Third (13 1-8) acres, In Section -
upstage paper reports Writer Passes Through Twenty ((90). Township Seven
Here." Shall we remark that it is a good town to pass Bast.(7).. South Range' Twenty Two (23)

I through ? Tribune. And you and each of you are ordered 1
I Tampa Sure it will have to be alright and required to p plead
4 Most of 'em have to answer or demurrer to 'i.r'l, oii
pass through Starke when they leave complaint so exhibited against you"
on the Seventh day of March A. I>.
; Tampa. 1
J 1827, falling which Decree of this
Court will be entered against you.
: .: St. Petersburg Times announced last week that it had that this notice published. oncea
ilL week for Four consecutive week.
l'' published the last line that paper would carry of the Brown- \ I In the Bradford County Telell'raph.puhll..hed ,
\ at Starke Florida.WITNESS
; ing divorce hearing "not much the honorable Judge of
I so as a question of morals, ..
i the Eighth Judicial Circuit and the
,! I 1 as a problem of sanitation." A paper taking this stand will RA1Q official the signature. seal of this of O court W., a Alderman* well as

not lose. Clerk of this court this. the artl flay
of February A. D. 1837 at Starke
!t. --<>-_ Florida.
Ocala Star says that city is "getting mighty tired of hav.I Clerk circuit iVnirt.

I : in their industries tied up right in the midst of a busy day's (Seal 1 By C, A. KNU1IIT D. C. 'I

I i ,i ;r work" by failure of the current supply furnished by the Flor A. S. CREWS Complainant.Solicitorfor 245134Dont 1 ,

,I, '' ida Tower Corporation. The Star states the city's contract IN MEMORIAM' ,

does not specify an "uninterrupted service." Starke's officials ''tIYLWlaea.alalYaaWYnaM1.114tl41NNW.aWYWWW.IIla9WWn114YIIW aN41WWYYIWWIMWIWINNAWIWNYIN.IIIWIIXYINWIIILImIIlUg1114NIlu I ,

I :: are now considering nn offer by this company to purchase the Jonathan Samuel Griner :71, o DRESS f I ,

,1 municipal plant and they are weighing it carefully, and they Becton prominent, died farmer at liSO! of o'clock the Melrose Wednesday :----l PATTERNSFREE ;tl ,I

,l I'I : should also take note of the wide difference in rates given January llth, following a Pay Bills Twice! I! "

i- Ocala and the proposed rates for Starke. That city did not short illness. Funeral service
were held Thursday attrnoon from .
sell the municipal plant, merely shut it
: down and bought the he residence with Rev., Bernie

,1 current wholesale for four cents k. w. for the first five thou- Baptist minister of Archer .of fluting r ; '

sand and one and one-half cents for the remaining kilowatts. interment following' la the- 1
Melrose' cemetery ,
i On

,f The report made to Mayor 0 Jones by the Florida state ,For the past ,fifty year* Mr. The business man was the first to pay his bills by check! He recog- Opening :

: Orlner had been a resident Cf Melrose nized it aa the best and safest way to transact money matters. Now nine J
board of health covering the sanitary condition of Starke celebrating hi* golden wedding Hour 1 I

f should be read by every citizen of the town, and they should anniversary on April C. U18. out of ten people in private life pay by check. Sooner or later you too will L J

our officials the H. was a member of the' Metros stop fussing around with old fashioned money orders and unsafe trans- -
urge upon importance of removing the;;nui. I"
sances detrimental to the health of the town. Thereport of Baptist Bradford church county's a Mason most and highlyhonored one ferring of cash.' Pay by check is the modern way and the best way and the !

deals with the two stables allowed to house stock in the very clllsens. For years, tour safest way to transfer money from one person to another. Remember a Be Here With i !

heart of town and in fairness to the property, owners adjoin the one*'ot county treasurer check is a receipt, and you never have to pay bills twice. ,
: wa abolished:; h* served Bradford
$ ; ing they should be abolished. "Fruit stand and places where county efficiently In that capacity The Crowd ,:

t I foods are sold be screened: urged and is of utmost importance establishing warm friendship tin Reasons Why You Should Pay By Check! io -r'

? t Children can be seen buying fruit and candies that very section of the county) It is convenient
Mr, Orlner wa a loyal citizen And Get One i
have been the playground of hosts of flies for days and recently a kind and affectionate husband Checks are easy to write I "

1j ,r ,I. the police seized and destroyed candy displayed un- and a loving father unassuming 10hi. The stubs are a record I ,,

protected. Every recommendation made by the health of personality spirit,'and filled charitable with a benevolent toward The check is a receipt .;'i."

"' ficials will benefit the town if put into effect, and Mayor Jones those who differed with him. ,, ; They save money '- Sam '

and the state board of health have The horn loses a loved one, the *.' I l
fired the first gun in a I ; -and they'are SAFE I .. ., ; : ':
'campaign for a better and cleaner town. church a faithful member and the r
community a kind and sympathetic Rosenberg'sDept. ;
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-' ddl l NORTH FLORIDA THE INDUSTRIAL EMPIRE He I* survived by his wife, Mr. -

Ida Griner, two John and
sons Store ,
Recently the noted statistician, Mr. Babson, was a guest Martin Griner, two brothers, K. A. :

of the University City's chamber of commerce and favored and 3s B.. Orlner. a sister Mr. V, BRADFORD COUNTY BANK I
P. Smith; four nephews and tore THE BIG STORE t
<* the members of that wide-awake body with one of the most ( ilcc**. ,

v 0, direct talks ever delivered In Gainesville. Mr. Bab on'. theme .. STARKE FLORIDA Starke Fla. sk

: was:;"The'New, Florida,'''dealing' with the state as 'a whole Crystal niver.-New water- !,

'S b:;.r.. ''and the future',of, both North and South Florida, work system near completion la '
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