Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 18, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Street Paving Second IssueHighway Well Balanced JI'I'I'W'iI
j HI\DV::. rou "SCHOOLS'stall' i

To Be Passed On nllcl( llrldKe Programs, to I Funds \\lll Bn....' siiulliNIn Program Features I I I[ FORUM ] i i'I

Amount 'to> S'rlll11111..11: Lnko Hutler. Feb. 11.. The,

By City Council ( Dull art I Now AailableMooe.v ''I I'lisl 1 Mtirade, Nexteiir Chautauquareek many fl'h'II., of Former Union

\ ] ; County Sh"I'lt W. J. lOppcrKoii: ofStarke.

Green Cove Spl'llIgS.o'eb.\ 12.- I[, went much pleased to relielve 'I 11\1 IN

(Majority of Property Owners on The next twelve months will see rlarnl lo Order. of llondTrustees | Tall.iha.snee. Fill II Children. l\e> Mlolie' Heli'htH!!: .....1''. IT : ijlllte un extended, visit rl'OI I f

Church "Street Pel ll hill Council (.he completion of Clay county's Last Week for nttl'lldilltho/ public school of> Tinthlld week, ot .Floilil.i. Chauli.iKina him on Sunday last ho holding The of thin I'I \

$3,000,000 road and bridge program Florida next year will be furnished 1'1111111111f..OI1l; Feb., 20 toi iuite| a couit of honor In front ofIhe 1'11'1 road that "rurn i
to I'uve SHittThe I 'I through Ilradford. ,
which the state county nnd ItoiulI l'I'KI'flUII' I with all of tho basic studies'' i Fel>. 27. l 10 KolllK to I be 'one of the, Hotel Luke Duller 1"'Mlull'nll built tho County Is being ,

private Individuals< are building: to fl'olIRJ10t'd; ; from thu first to the sixth prudes. : big weeks of the Chautiiiniuii for | which was. attended, by nearly 11 by county. The po.iplohavo )

first street to I be paved In open up vast agricultural: lands I' Funds' county's 11I"'IIHh'e"I'OI'dlll/{ to "'. S. I luuny "leiisuns. old-tlmerH. who kIlIuk.. a ilicht to oxpeil Ill.1! roadwhen \

Starke under the new plan. of own and enhance tralllc conditions InFlorida. second bond< Issue ot $450,000 Ciivvthon. stuto miperlutendent< of> i i Onlnesvllle Duv and Pnhitka i ler \h"1 ll fll'II'd a part ofllradlrd ihey pay Iho prlc-e 1 doubt 1\,)
of adjoining property paying were. made available to the bond If a better rock base has been" laid .
ers I !, instruction.Owing D v are going': to brliiK In a great'crowd count) Kpper-
cost will be Church and trustees last week when they I' Hh11 anywhere In the stale. That part
the entire .
About 100 miles of new roads \ of people\ from these I twn Mull told ( miinv amiiHliiK
'. Nona a majority of the land own are being constructed In Clay were notified of the money being ; to Ilia HhortiKHi' of funds 1'tlt.'M. Muor.1. It Fowler.CalneMlUo. 111,1 Mime ..I.IIIIM 11"11 II"I'II'A iiboat of I tho I hit runs f'1 1'1/.1 1 1I.I ,.

ers of these streets having sign county and three large bridges to placed on deposit\ following do- the department was iinablo tu supply '( : and :Major Frank (Inolil days and many of them : to I corporation' lino of the

ed petition asking the council livery of tho nonds to the bujer.i. all pupils with nil basic Htuujtos I town of Starko has also a linoiurbliiK.
a 11I"1', 1'1111111'11.111 concerned, 1'ul'h.
open up arterlnl highways, north : 1" ) speak onrospei'tlve were present
.. to making the necessary arrangements and south cast und west. The 'Tills menus I tho work will\ be started i provided for under tho free 11II'Ir days, while the in h"ll' him r..uuII them. Hocotu'oHMed I Tho workmanship on
hardsur- Immediately the road Improvement text, book law. which" became effective tlie rock ha... and I tho
to have the street on on
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state Is laying twenty-four milesof evening' ( pel fnrnianceH" will be Kh'en luI he WIIH. not hUI'1 In hit
faced. The paving will begin at program covered by ; for I tho 1D2C-2) ? term but I ciirbiiiK, iiiuld nut bo better and
road and two bridges< as a main 111 honor" of II"1"ltm'" fl'.mI' (I'lnou County as mini( )' hmeilalm-

Tenth street Intersecting with the artery of tralllc north nnd south 'I this Issue rcxul 18 now n"al"llIgromlI.tlolI. I i indent money is on hand now '",,,,. two places.Tho i ..t hit Nlulcd' that bo had been yet, 1C wo urn to havo road from
of the bard i for supplying'" I Ihe full "renulrejmouts \ llio Seaboard Air to
St. Augustine highway and run the county seventy-six miles of : being one lilures. of Kejiil Dlxon, brought to Laku only 1.111 railway

I .f south crossing state road 28 on Intern! roads and A. n.! Shands athreemile surfaced roads, and the Luke I'ltyPulatku ot tho next term. I will be I'oiitiiined tliriiiiKlionl Hieweek. ,''four yeui'H of a no.1111"h"l Altogether. tho'Nherli the "OI'1I'1111 lino It will 1m nociissaiy -
to I II road the second provided I The depuitmeiit through/ Iho tu I tako up( t this sumo rock
Madison street and continuing toll bridge across the These lectures because ...rth..II' of. II.aI.,1, county hud avery
and for, In addition to consldi-rulilo. various county divisions dlslrlb'uled and and regrude, ?. The
Nona street where It turns St. Johns river where tradio from I ,novelty and Ihe. iiniiHiiiilItiulH enjoyable tlmo In Luke Hut "III'hllll
Water street, I mileage of Int-rnl roads. over the nearly $400.000 worth of llmo to do this Is whllo all
east to connecting
runs Augustine can cross through i they present art.* ('iiuslngiliioie ; I ler last Sunday, und bad to doillne NO\\
free text books. for I Ihe openingof I llio
there with stale road 28. county.Knad. machinery doing suchwork
Green Cove Springs>; for points on I dlxciiMHlou anioiiK: Hie t'liuu- about ten or twelve Invltii-

The petition will be taken up by I the West Coast of Florida.Slinnils IS, tho hlfihA", tunning the current term. Tho books. tniiiia-KoerH: | than mi)'thing elsoliippein 1 lions to diner In various purls ofi Is here lu.1 l"r"I'o tlio surface

the council al Ihelr legular March llrhltfe from Starke to St. Augustine/ has muni be turned buck to them i 'IIIK nl Florida< Cliniitniniim. i i tow I on the .ncoro of a previous. hl.. been put on.

L meeting, bids called for, and arrangements While contracts for the construction been completed! through lirndford, 'liool olllclal.s when Iho 1112!) -27 | Some of Mr DIXOII'H heurers are ,'I".II"II'11 He |11I.INIs| | Hint ho This IH. not local roud hit o
ends, nnd will bo available
: made for financing the f the Shands toll I county with tho excepliiin of thusurface flililhiK, II dllllcult" to reiidjiislilielr I en JIIMI' llio mi mo Interest pint of u Htulo highway Can

cost of paving.: Under this plan bridge: are being let at tho present : treatment nnd some work I' for next' )" 'n 1'I from\ the h I tho free nddllloinil textbook t !, oM, ..01l..I.llonH of pliintn. and 1 ''In 1.11 lie Ituller I hit lie felt us aunlive W( II n'ol'o havii detuur signs

certificates of indebtedness will tlmo. the completion of thobrldga on the shoulders of tho roud, In ri'M-nuo anlmalH In the IlKht i of the. fuclH'bo of the little town und hlHolIM posted In other. cllles .during everywot

i be Issued and it will\ nol be necessary ; U placed at January 1, addition. to the part In Ilradfordcounty Hint tlio tux department made' 1 available could. ,boo not Us. .' bus Kiithered from all purlsof \ \1',. us convincing. as. his HI"'I. that tho 1.II.t. nf road. IH

to call an election as In tho I92S. A great portion of thocounty's constructed by the IV.. I the world ,,11111'>1'. Ceilaln ll In I thai Sh'I'11 running; Ihr"lghtll'ku Is underwater
I '' case ot bonding tho town to pay road program/ will bo I| [Long company, the contractor' was buy last >'eur can purchasedfor Mrs. (iriice" Stanton l.uve. preHIdciit I Kppei'Hon: loll a 1\.11 plant' 11 und that ('1"1 \\1 drownTIn
tho I 1K27-28! term.Following
part of the cost. Owners of property completed by the first of Juno this ] awarded an ndditlonal five miles list ot tho books I of VNonuin'H 1'iilvernlly'lllb. the hearts of. a lot of 1.111 llutlerltou I th. grading uf this. road

J' I will be allowed ten years time year while I the main highway of the road, in Clay: county In order Ix u for the 11127-28 < St. PelerKlmrif. .Is lo Kl h'e llliolnlile und If be ever Kets tired, of Ih..I/II 1IIIko there" has perhaps'

In which to pay off the cost, where from Jacksonville to Pnlatka to hasten completion of thn to be bought : serlen of .lectures. on "The ''hi" Job In Slarke would l find ucordial II"1 Hho"1 moro of folly and

they desire to do so. through\ ; Clay county will bo eomIpleted road from Starke to Oreen t'ovoSprings. l school t.'III : Crenter: Self.' 1111'". Lnvi!! Ini'i won welcome as a private cltl- moro wanton wiiHto ot llio peo-
C.rude: Child's' World
These two streets run through within tho next twelvo ;' Work on laying Iho rock I First :World. ""First Head- nn enviable' reputation' for her- /1'1 ilxhl here In tlie little 11\1 pli'H' money than tiny like stretch

'a residential section of the town months, according to 10. 11. Duke I hasp In Cl.iy county bun been held ,.PilmeiChild's.... ; Hi'lf Ihruiigh her leilnio. uoik.SUCTION he l.n'.I." \.11 of roiid In thu Hlute, but other

and will closely rival\ the two main engineer In charge: of the state's up for tho piiHt. four days, the I -. ---.. .. Hi 1..lIIM of loud have been dugout
II Second, grade: Child's'' World ,"010" III ..." :""1 I' '1111";
residential slreels ot Starko. Walnut count ruction \VII I'II. I grading trews nol being! able to !1'1IltII": piio: (, M I \iu. ; when they should havu boon
and :Madison. With the puv- At the south end of Orange keep ahead nf the rock. Seiond, 11"1' <11'1'.H'I.; k and Play : UN M'AII.ll; filled, In. '1 hero aio xoino In this

Ing of Church street completed It Work will be romnnfd' tholutter \\'lIh1I1II11l'1'M; ; Munler of Wordsbook : 1I .'.llly )'. JIIHI eant of thauillreiid
Park n 1,600-foot concrete bridge: i I ;: ;;: --- tl"'II
1.Third The Central Florida .
will give the town four |"uved week I llakerles.line 'ihein Is a .ilaiiK>'i'oua
will upon I Doctor's Vnlel. {?This part of llm present nnIn'llIg Lake, Ihiller, Keb It .rh. veiy
\\ 01'1.1Thll'fl .
north and south.ColiiKH'llons Krndu: Child's of" Cnlnesvlllo: a liiswly established riiiiiln wheru Iho roud might to
running base
streets rock thu
while the liasu now nil llio .! II ,
will ost nbout 1200.000 a 1.1 dlHilpiioliit-
Keiuler ; Klmin's. Hood \KngllHh : Industry, and, olio of thoI h.1I1 ..I'H
MadeOther bu level.
o Ito belni slightly over a t thousand ally One long
1. loo-foot bridge will be built at ? ; ineniH It is Hoiirce or great' prideto 1'1'11
short htretches of paving the south end of Flemings"' Island I Iat [eot! from Ihe county lino. Outside book 1 ; Aloond the I larKi-Ht baking eHlabllshitii-ntH( In tho TltneH lo announce ollli lally .II''I'h of Ihlll'.IIII... a great .llln.
to bo taken at the March meel- of With the Children : MuHtcry tho central part of tlio nlato' I The rest of II u gic'iit! ditch I Into
up Hliick creek which Is estimated I of u not her probable ilolay a 'I that Slala Aid Kond HI! !
.. Ing will be the paving of Ninth; will cost $11! :3,000. I week or two at the ravine m-tir thol.ikn Word" bunk 1 ; llainlllon'H HsHintl.ils whose ,dally output IH twentythousand from the linker county l"h'I,111I1 I hI' !hkl HIIJ uu r fac'u water must
low"r,1:1'.I i
of Arithmetic,
street from Cherry to Church, The twenty-three miles of high- j it In likely the work will\ go ;' dally, reports liuslness' In'this Itvnelumler In I'nlon loiinty' a dlslunco I r"IV 1'1'01 both nidus.Thn .
," the asked for by properly owners forward without a slop. Materials of nlno nilh's llnlHhedliiHl canal (HO
i way being built by tlio Ht.Un will i wnn MII..r 1/11101"
I <111 supplement book 1 ; !Mastery
extension of Cherry und Walnut cost nil nverngo of $25.000 a mllu for the surface will bo placed ,,1"101'1 lupldly. Thin oKtulillnhitnuiit week iilnl, Is now ready, for j The IciwuHl "point on tin-, road ut
j jor of Words, book 1 ; Klson's; .
'. fl'ominth; street to Tenth to connect $000,000 and engineering IIlnng thu I'Uht-of-way during' I iiMintl piirclniHi-d llio cnllro \ hard' HiirfucliiK.' Thin. IUr.I'III- 'tills. canal IH IS IIH'hen I ,
(; KiiRllsh: \ book 1 Wlnuton's'simplified
0'| 'tho old Katmor: ItukCo. I'
the present paving nnd consideration "costs will amount to $100,000 It ] the next few
of connections between IH sol<1. It is estimated that u slll'rndllwill/ not be Blurted ( dictionary.Finii 11111 ., und lUHlnlleil, entliely new MeHHis. Mann and, Lii'wller. 11 coll. Inlu which tho. Uo\v .
Kriuto ('h I"I'H World 11t
t. Walnut nnd Temple stl'eets.f total( of $195.000 Is being xpentIn I until! tho base has been miiipleted :Hamilton's KHsenHiils : |IIlplel t und remodeled. Ihoplant. It inuy iilBo he mentioned In any heavy 1'111I In I thoIgroiilnl
Fifth Header -
Although the council has tho I the county by the slate. as fur as It will bo built I of Arithmetic; middle grades" ; ,'oHIIII thll.III<8. of dollars. Ilhlt I Iwo. mil,', Itl'" of IhU roudI Is already wet HIM, 'id,
I authority to order paving laid on Willie the county Is spending'" I from this end. Flivl Leimoiis 111 Amerlcaii. Illstoi Their plant strlitly modern 111'01 I Kvnelaiider lo Ilk. Duller will overflow fl'nl 'one i"'< 'toit

slreet without petition by I .._ and they Invite publicInspec .. nnd eino-hulf fuet
any under this weed wo
1 1,000.000 in highways, -- -- illeIllomirv II' .n..I.lulI ( ,1,1 m< ou
Win-don's simplified ,
property owners his prerogative 1\. n.! Shamls" toll lirlilK", across \MM-ST.: JOHNS iuviu: I > ; Kbon's iood KiiKllsh, tion at nil 11"H. Tln-y" 1IIIIIIfll'1' ':'and' will ln. llnlnbed 111 1 few dayn.MM ,' riooil. 0111') ThelilKhi: ,i ,,.".t
wMl not be used except oil shortstreets / 11'"IIIH\\Ill'h, urn loie the Tlmen to by under Is over :t i i beMh
'.. tho St. Johns l'h'pl'I hl<.h will boalmottt IIIIIIH": CONTUVCT: J.I':1'1.'I"kl'lf : book 2 Master of Words, book I i noen pren.s. -
nationally known and havo employed ..
where In their opinion I three miles long! will cost .. I Ihe. (11'1..tOI'" In of the. low tho high ...lto. nun,'It mKalor ,
with 1111'KO
| 1-'O"'H New CieorRriiphy: : the W. M. '
the needs of tho public would be the HII."f .
iinotlipr 1000000. .work. Maun and Tliomp creek and thlH hlih: vllio "
K T. of 1I"H"
Levy, pl : Floildu'' Supplement book 1. who
better served by connecting up ,,1.111 who neither llmonor year's record.,
Tho state highway from Jacksonville UIjIIIIY HOII nro punt
I Sixth Kiudo., Literary World 1 HIII'hll
between III"".. anil lisonIlle ; inn I Ihe bakery si'rvlco'. jiuiil -
the unpaved portions paved to Croon c'ovu :Springs money In pulling. thin Important Tint illidor tin ml
I | Sixth Header. Kb'ou'rt: (lood KngillHli ; spuco ,
SiicNsfiil Jlhl.Ic'rOl'een In tho world, lost
streets. crossing Fleming's Island Is doing !lifiolc 2 Frye's Illgber.
.nil the lilKreellolils used
streets needing : '
There are other built tu u straight line and will 0111'0 1"lllh lo. I.nlll Hutler, In peifcilnluipn 10 fuel wide and ,
: with IndiiKti'lal Supple'( !Ube, biirc-ly o>
tlio of
paving and property owners cut oft twelve milos of thu distance Cove Springs. Feb. 12.-- IIllntIu.'I'Y; of Words, book 2 ; > KO Into, IUllllrll.tll'l ior. llm hll'.IKII'flf'll/I hat I scant : foul" from the Intlie liomit-

should get together and petition between the two cities. Tint Contrai t for building tho Sliund.sHrldge Primer of Hygiene ; Hamilton's 111"1'rh'I' I I will have to follow Ilf..o, Ihe dltili. This IH not .impu .

.j the council at the :March meeting present road around Dnctor'H lakefrom across. I tho St. Johns Hlver, lOsHOlltlalH: ,Arltliliietlc, middleKrud'js IJI'Oflu"8 "lv'r CentralFlorida i road IH In Hliupe for puriuuiient'line. dialling! ,ltll bill was old'
like. llio dow and '
to Include streets they desire pav two nilliui below iroen' Covo Just ro- Tho entire highway
Jacksonville to ( reen! Cove ,! American HeglnuliiKH, InMnrope. 11'1- witter course und 1'1111"" now 1'-
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ed. While the council is starting Springs: : In u distance of thirty-two! Springs at Hod, !May Point, has ;. Winston's Hlmplllled dictionary. c-enllj' they l"lvl liiHlalli'd u service I'nl In now I'III/ III"h'1' hups 1.20O iii'res of laud. outmHt tho

the preliminary work they are II been awarded lCl Frcdeilck, T. Ley, I tu 1I"'I'hllllt In llils con' lllloll'll| -
miles and this will be reduced to > III'XI..I1 vigor thl tiUIti bi'sldos. a largeeuainu,

1. especially anxious to secure as twenty miles through the Flem of Springfield Mass.. and Jack.onvllle ._ 1\II'"Y.' delivering baked, llulsiimpiuilueli "IIM..r ""lo.f our 1'1'111'1111-' 111.1 u part of road. 1:1: from thuwiisl

; many streets as possible to Include ing's Island, short cut. -. Kla. Tho suiioSKfiil bid AI S'IIN' ..iiv i.i.ix"iii: : : fresh r..1. llio livens.i : ,/IIIH 11'"ljll, Him I wIh! FIIIIi dido of. tint S. A. L. railway.

In the first program.: Property I it was said was. In exceiis of $ 10000. ,- I AI.\lNOK pINi,: INSIIIt'li: i They ure un Independent .01'.0- i I II 1.. llalliawny und wllh thu approbation The roael bed as now laid Isle
owners are a"suied at tills I'll.Ll.Mi I' LOCKS: PAY;: ''rllll..I, not ) co. I und, of the '
I < I ""f .1111..1lh suppoit' lllul'I'' tvcr than llio old, mind roud' be,).
time paving at a low figure a any bakery, though llioy board of bond. "
I' The contract was let at u meca-! nl'I''r. county Tho under, llio bilduo isIHHH
good wearing pavement nnd lib I C. N. Cooper, who bus a poultry lug of the board of directors held I Dr Austin Ciiry, nf the I'nited i! have IIH goud equipment" as found -- I IIIU'O Hum Hint under Iho old
Sates Forest Sf'I'v"'e." olllclally tilled In largor" planls. buslnussIs A I.HI ,iI7 ( ".\ i."Viioi'sT:
eral terms of payment..SOMIJ plant not Hi of Starke with in this city Wednesday noon : but known i 1.11' l I lirldKe, HO I that I the roud miiHt flood
Logging: Kimliioor vvboli-Hiilu is n.osi'.i.tA'i < IIIDIIH :
840 luyliiK/ hens, hud his flock Ktrlitly on a basis
1\Ielllllpl's of the board and men farther, out than ,before.IHUh .
tho South the Dean .
TUt.MIM: culled last week! with the assistance representing largo Interests UirniiKlionl us und' llolsum piodiuts "ran h'J <><'.- :

of County Agent Ward. Two In tho North and West were of Tinpentlno' plno Scientists. bus cnrt-d fiom grocers I .\I h'H.t' H'"I"' ". I.llr! k'"'\\ 11 Dredged tnt

cullings weie made 164 hens boh been elected. tu meniberslilp In tho "Al" "'"IN". CHCIIIOH again HOOII | Tb" illleh bus been dredged, out
Lake Duller, Feb. 11.-One of in attendance ut the meeting. j I Council of Pinoi 1 '.\ ; < 'ii; .'to
i ForoHt Advisory tho Htalo hei ,but, I Is. no for the
InK condemned at tlie first session i T. \\'. Shandi, ami A. n. Shands, fl'll Itnlor,1 1.1'1..1. hf.r. way
the largest nnd fluest'turnips ever i Institute of America.' .\ ; i: oi' !
\i' II'U\'I i havo to tlui lei gel through, and even It
for bl'lk .I'WI
This lot was punned separate ,,of i wil lh'rl
Tnmpa' and Cirenn CoveSprings; '
brought into tho Times cilice was j This council Is u HflfKovernltigbody ('OI"II.i: I IV S'\'n: conllncmeiit. IIIIIIHK, uus iniiri) this ditch wouldoverflow.
order, tu tent tho culling npucn
u day'in Nat=" T.VUgll<'l'. of 1 KldrldKo: & Co., ._ 'I'
laboriously lugged Into our sanctum I articulated with Pino Instil --
who esi uped Tlio canal at tliln
allllrnm this pen 1G eggs" I..uly. 111,1 point
process Xuw ,
= York ; Lorenz K.: \nderMonIIl1d
on Monday by Mrs. Sum nto and compoHed of foresters The 11"1'1.'' state. i ha in her ofi rexillt'-d In the" woundliiKof ,dioiild. have widened to 20
secured. On Hie second h"pI
were .,
M I. ( Jones, of L. K.: Ander-
Whltehead who lives just over round, 218 IIOIIH were marked us uf outstanding rank and ability. oininurcii will bi'Kln ne t week u K'II)1 J S. Illf'h. IIIIM 'bein 01dered loi't. nliiive und, below the, rouel' for
ACo( ,, St. Louis. Mo.
HIIII bankers" ,
tho lino from Lake liutler InIlradford DrCury Is the, llrHt furoxtnr outside survey of cnndltloim, In overy buck Kulltuiy coliflnitment : about 20U feel. Tho grade of thn
1 boarders total uf 382 from n" Iltl
a I
tin' I board of directors. I
[ 10
county. It WHS a monster Hock ot 810.Mr. compo of I tlui 'State Forest!' H of tho county in the Htate.. "county byloiinty. until the board of conimlHiloneiH mail. Hlmuld bo raised. !madiially

with grent spreading leaves It Is said that work on the t South tu bo honored by electionI Tho work willed IH to lie, of Hlute liisllliillons. i anideilile the S. A. L. on the. west
had been securing rl'OI
Cooper I
and roots while In Itself It was nf six of :Slmiuls Drldge will bogln as soon i iIIH I'110 tho Foroslry" Advisory. Council ,lull by thu 1 publicity. ....I.II.lm."t. I wlnil to do with him Prlnoli llio corporation lino on the .flt,
un uverugo cases eggs 11'1,. material! can be gotten together !' l..t
perfect In every reiperl und as week from the floik uf Ij 10. This'' PI \ President l-lense.l.. |, In f'u"I"'I'nllul with llm researchdepartniKiit : CoinmlHHlniier Mayo announced. 'lo I. [ionlbly I feet ut the p.mi. ott .
,, ,
nnd 1 that tho will bo I
I bililifti completeil '
line a specimen as ever graced a week, from the flock of 438: he | "When Colonel. Hunker of Alabama will Involvo n tour of' HOIISI" had biion kept III i.olltary t Iho cnuul.Thin .
state fair. Mrs. Whltehead says I by January 1. 1928. nominated. Dr. Cary and the 'llm Htnto, with a vlttlt II every confinement up until u MI..t'. '
will secure between five and ono- with the Inkn
Tlic St. Johns space
that ell's believes the variety Is I CountyCommlHuloncrs members of Iho Advisory'ICotiii'll neat and Ini'Ke from upby
Forestry county elty time h..r"I" : if"i pe. win'II, fear" "
half to sit cases or the1; have advertlsoil for bids. hl the Hiliklioss of the 'In id")-e
commonly known as the )Ktcg: turnip I ( fli'i-leil him tu membc'rihip I PfiiHiieol,! to Key West and willrccnlie 'IIIK Impali mi-lit tu Ills h"llth. hewas ,
number of from a flock roiid, would, f'rthn
eggs |for tin (construct of the road'tu IUd It'IIVO reioin
but whatever It Is it hat never lii tin'ir! body, a mom \alu- | Hi| or eight weuks. | uidered, luki n out under HI rid t tKuan
reduced nearly one-half and feed1 I water to under.
) the Shands. Ilrldge I Iup run
been excelled thus far In any !able addition was mudu to tho Tlio .uiirvey as It progresses! will ) for ie>'reallon a few hoiirHOIK .
Ing louts I'"dll' ad propuitlonately. I am willing tu put up 'I! "" ""
AuguHtlno with Oreen: Cove
agricultural exhibits brought Into | Council", said I O. II. L. Wernlcko. 'be tho ImHl.s of a sorlus of currentIIUWH I 'Ii ""y. I Imsk'i7niii.i.T.l ,
with of the
ono In
the Times olllce.\ It weighed; 7 HKiiisMiTii: I is 1'\lIIIO; Nii: > ;Springs und shortetilng the dl"-I preHldi'Ht uf tho Institute. "Pine. articles to bo released to aselected hUlks ,

pounds and 5 ounces.riusov I i HIli .\lIIIIIl.1n',ir'Itent 'lunco between the Iwo points Institute bus of course Hluudilyprufltud lint of dally 10WIPull.r..1Tho ; : (<4io J\t K. I bo forfeited! If tho Htiitc' in. ills

_---:.... --- ,.eighteen mllen. FundH have / from 1 Dr. fury's wisdomand chamber U of the opinion that hONII..LI" I hitva made cannot be prove it out. .

:!It.\\' : .\T It U"l1l1) Itandlt Al House Into I Submission j ready been provided to build ai-I constructive (oiinsel from the FlorldiutiH do not know enough I The hlnh Hihool banket ball by a (competent engineer who will
hard road run out tho levels. and, go uv." the
PltOfiltKS.SINT: IMPIDLY After SiiMr. from the corporate /llrsl. I In was the firsl member of about Florida and It bulluves the team will KO: to Jm'hsonvlllo Saturday ,
I its, of Green Cove: Springs to 26th. to take hinds' that dl'lIll Into llio. mil
I February
Inlcnilent Shot J the U. K. ForoHt Service tu taku a reports In connection wllli the .survey purl

Simultaneously with the reported I bridge.. personal membership In Pino In- will usslHt In croatlng that in tbi! tournament 'in wblih teams referred tl.

action of an organization at Tampa, Feb. 15.-Marlon High- With the completion of the stllulo und bus taken great Interest Htuto 1'(18'loIRlfRA iMMonllul. to I' from Luku City, Luke lull<'r. Too mm h money ha" huenspejnt

St. Petersburg that fior. John W. smith lIfo prisoner at the state Shanil Bridge and the two In Its affairs. Ho, with 1 Dr.Klolse Its. contliiuud progress. Sturku and Duvul high will already on. work that will

0 Martin set aside some of the state I prison farm at Halford, was I'i bridges! over Black Creek and (jerry, and one or two others While thousands' of persons. re- I participate. Two mimes wil be lot .101,1 and as plans are now tu
I lioctnr's[ tho making for moro road', lei ua
Lake und the new road I In the afternoon
treasury balance for a new penl- pardoned today according to a originated the plan which ultl'all'.1 Hldlng outsldo' of thn Mtuto uro ablonnnunlly'f.I vlc-j .

tontlary. rnmxn tho announcementjof telegram received here by D. nl' :between. Jacksonville and Green ,, In tho PIA Regional Con- I to make fairly tompreHIIIH'U tors playliiK In Iho i-venlng. Tho profit by pant experiences.
I havu no oxP''lo grind' i iurudKe I'
Cove: Spring by January 1. 1D28 Slarko team will consist ot Cecil
C. W. Hunter state supervisor fen ,. Over | tours. of fxwFlorldlans
4 McKay owner of the Tampa Dally j nc "i. many yelll'lius Jhll'I.IL. ,
against any one .SIM adi'Hlre
that the mil the completion ot the county ] tin bus himself nctlvi-ly rnguKOd Inhusmi \Vhltohead, Sam Joseph
of industries new state Times, from Governor John W. : Cury proved one "t""lb"rl.
prison at Itatford, now In course I' :'Martin at TallahasseeHlKhsinlrli's roud. by tho mlddla of the corn- .of Hie (treat; practical forestersol ..1 liavo ever bcion ablo todo ThoinuH, Owen Ol'lml.1 tu Ref that the V""I'< | i n

of construction, Is progressing I pardon came as the ; I lug, >oar Cluy: county will havo one I HID. nallou." II although they havo long bur MarHbbiirn, David Moore, pay Ill. bills shall have wl i< ''I "

ralpdly. The concrete for floors j result ot his recent heroic work'' 'if Hit. tinost Kystemit of highways --- .- .----. been planning such u trip In order I.enh lluJhlll pay ,
With malice toward > MI'
nnd bridges to bo found anywhere' coi'N: rv .inx.irs: t'Mfitr n-m
an dwalU of two units the kitchen < In aiding In the capture of AII! to study cI/dltlol". Through
charity fur all. I
am "
dining room and bakery has House and Iwo other escaped prisoners : I In the stale< nf Florida.. ,j jI.ONO the com Inn series of utorloH rusultlnK er tho various communities arm I NEWELL your II. IH' I I I.
-- -- -- Joe concealed '
The ICnlry, weapons. from tho chamber's survey .Hotldly or aro still trying
been poured. new penitentiary after House had shot on,1wound..d oriic\Tii: ov hlllnl .----
will'' Plead Kullty ; $200 and cunts or will bo to obtain manufacture "booms. ,.,
and Floridlaaa
will rout 1300.000, Superintendent Rlltch of : .----- alll t. i : s. .i. :
bo one of the must up-to-date In : the state farm said Mr. McKay i iHlgrmmtth (; ,,,,vIlIrFPb 11.-Judge A. ;' 6 months. I| 'the Information they would secure whether Florida's future Is safely :I 1'11:1(11I'H.

the country. The work is being' attacked the lhree't' t'lurentu Marr parking < ar on it they wi ro to mako the tour In the bands. of conservative .
: V. Long Is 1""> ported an resting well 3 J. Pie-noil dn, I at' the
done entirely by convict labor I prisoners and subdued them, he i itadded. ifler undornoluu a slight opera- j I' highway without lights CUHD set tl"mM"IY( business 1"1. wliat is tlio sUltusof homo; uf her. .aught.1"" i ) .
I for Feb. 22nd. ilmrnber doslres particularly nf Indimtry and .
t Lion Wednesday In Ttlvcrslde Hospltal I Tho Ilr""I'lr. \V CdwurdH eurly, day
WILL Tl'llMPS: filtOW? I citizens | | \.ii' Kennedy, .selling 11'1 uor.Cade lo ascertain what the various pooplo actually, working
Many prominent ofj) Jacksonville. I IMm. after a pantlyti' I(
I set for Fob. 22nd. 'ountlos and cities have accomplished and saving uro gelling ahead.An mornlnl
Tampa asked Governor Martin for : [ Lonif. who accompanied weok. Funeral iie

Sam Whitehead says they will the pardon and petitions were circulated t tiur husband. to Jacksonville ro- and whit they are planning : oltachu of the chamber will held, nt tlie home Wedil-Mlr" I,' ufternoon. -

and brought two big fellows to I by Sheriff L, M. Hlera, hestated. t:urn d to Gainesville The Chamber of Com to do, tu what extent basic II'avI .Jlu'k."nvilu tlio last uf thl.. r.l1wl' by burial laHunta
oflloe Saturday one
the Telegraph Illghsmilh was sent to II -. industries are bolng developed u- week ''III survey with Fo cemetery, HcL WKlcklltar. .

weighing 5 1-3 pounds, the other | Halford from this county eight I .\ I-KHTILI/CKI;, : merce meets every loni sound, normal linen, whatprollema 10nHI'nll and L'scambla: tounty obitiiiuy -
7 1-4 pounds. Mr. Whitehead years ago for the killing ot Charles Thursday night at the Iho various communities and wil work PlI".I.... Present ut ollaln'h.esteemed tusldontw ,

Urea west of Starke la one of I IBradford's According to the facing and how they are plaus i onlumplulo, <'oinplntlon oftlio
Kwlng: a saloon keeper. report I City Hall. Every citizen I are III app ur la our next lw"uo
fine farming sections i t by the departmont of agriculture I being handled, whether Florida asa work In Wcat Florida and --.

aird bas bad unusually good luck Crystal Illver.-Florida Power f'.or th" month of January, [Irad.ord of the town ]1s expected I whole Is otlll thinking aud talk North Florida as Ibe first part of Tarpon Springs Dulldlus por

In raising turnips for market and I Corporation rebuilding light and if' county consumed, 219.7 tons I to be present. 8 o'clock. ing In terms of Inflation or It It the program with Central and. mitt. Issued hero during 1924 totaled

home use this )'ear. ,power system here ''c if. fertilizers. I has its feet on the ground, wbeth- South Florida to follow $"107 155


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ront.-mpt of tho Inquiry with which Place in Hall of Fame I year convertible. The govern ance and 1978080608.29 ot
Hilly tipped' his nns vcr. Stubby Wins ment plan of insurance has the tho United States government Ufa

j Much .Vow I fln lro to ifo you nnd your I endorsement of every leading Insurance (converted ) Insurance, making a.

I""f" o Efficiency ulster In tho library" lio x.iid. nndIvil company in the country grand total of 2774936077.29

tho way.Conmanco. < many of these companies having of government Insurance in force
-"Tv--v *Snrr.iN w lilnKroit| ,to hcrlirothcM l
Issued: statements urging the \- at tho present Umo.BOROZONE.
I E.J. Ra Ih *. niollnni' | him 'to follnw tin
: By )( :: clllrlcncy mnn nml 'llvil Injrtii'd upKlnlrn service men to take out one of the

to I Iho lelepliono' 'n hor Imii'tolr. sf.vcn forms of government pollH -
It t ': nun. nn \vJOHN I'''' I high 1 pilccil hoi hnuae lias ct c. I | .' *

\v. IIIHioKi' :, hfirilMliri.Tmnitiinlv ,..1,1'h.,, Mr. flodgo l illnplayccil n mil' pi'UUmnniount I The net of October C. in 17, pro- is NOT a liniment
niMl .. lilinirr.' rnnrnl / .' tin, ra Dioukcs exchanKf d of pnilcnro whcn.. nfior .* *) I 1 ttlfl the new ant Iftep tic every onfthouM .
til hll,,* fit) rllli'li'iir/. .ri* ;In n' .... I nilnutcD OniKliiiito hn 1 not nviiln, vldi'd that not later than five years tmv* ready for u.. where
Klni'rr Ink** I'bnrm* til hi,* lni".rtllllll 1 l ll II", ." onhl r'onalonct', "yo II her n"pt''lInr.' In in,* Illn':HV. If li- i after. tho dato of tho termination needed forcutM,wounds.t>urn..,.rc1C .
.. Un4 heal.
flir n IIITllMl Of l ll MMItltllMI purtUw JU*uM adStoru
hf* Mill. III-. "..l ..f lll rIM. \0 l,I c.i. ,ini,* iiml tiivc, SI l inbe! 1 1'IPS Iti .. f"lt uny 'iiuo ho r one i-nlnl. li of the war as declared by proclamation )'''''''01&. Q14 ,
Ill* fnllM .<> Inf.irm III* lhr *i* "'"' i ,,\\ inoi'nln>r." lie ili'Volpd Iho Inli-ik'''il' lo tho wnikof of tho President of tho
chllilrrn. I'oimlniiri. *. \lllllitmAnil .ilil I Iho exnmlnlng' n t 1\1.!) fir iiiimrH, 'in 'Ihonloi stalell. In- '
All*.. nliuiil liU, iiliiiin.It. KI.ICH" *, PlTlclcnoy mm" United teim (war time) ( ''I'pcnh'g's 1>" 111{
IICIH.I!. IIMMlMtK'll. III1 l'"<* 111 "|iiallv cnlm tonofi, "If you' oif1 (**- tnblr*. t.llly Hicmk" hnil firi.tlrd i -\II'Ut'o, could be converted without
Jnl'"* liri'iik. lli.' Mr**.* tn ,Hip nwonlthrtl /I 11,1 HI\Q( Hlinubprrlo.1 tomorrow lincl In a srcnt! 1"., I"'r clmlrii I modlcal examination Into such
"rlillilrrn.. I I.nil.r the ",''. nliis. you "II"'y far, them out crin ,t ml wnn snuiklnft a plpo. Tlirro U.K (
.. he l. .. irr.tillitM form. forms of Insurance" usnilulit
|iri r iiniliT hlili | n ullnrmer of nnuiKenu'iil In lil. or
Y""" puilipt, nficr which } olu '" ovonPrciirntly
.. ..
; I* nUn' rrnil. <,i Hi** GrDve'sTasteless
provided'" ]
It"'". llrilue. hil4. lnkin ITMr. I \\1'1' nicil' ." I Hc'lKo loiik''il. fii'ici<4H ntMm. bo regiilutldiiMam
llriMikf'M Itrltiilp nulli*. Hi* hi ': (he Insured might request.When .
locked nt
111)"iiirp npppnlliiKly) ( N
htm rtivil. III limi.rholil ,
nmv go "F *'rhaptt your AIHlr| hni fi.rncitn /
n I.CHI I 1.1; I."..... liirtutlliiKHill 1111-1.' .'. She: lilt her lip but mail.o tho World, War ""II"'UIH'I I
..** fltlkrn. fill! for ftlcril.. no fi in, thcr, 1.1111.1. It.n I wlHhod lo "ro h* 'r. ho "M .\f'l t lit Il2t! I wiu passed,,,, hv iomrn -
I IIP "i hllilrrn" nnil Hiliarnrt 11.11 1,1"oh. I
tnerllivr" fur. HM* Ni'i'iiiiillime I f ., ., If. 11.,11, h"IIII..vorllh''! Chill Tonic
at I he Itrriikriixt nililc.Now '" ( "fo'h11' como \\tien MI.o KI>IH r..iI'. > should, CIMISI* July .

r.o; ON' \MIII 'i in": 1'oI01e\ ; fni.ish.d, it. Th* ihifo 1I1'U'I'N': KnvMm And,then ylu'll K<-(- yciur, '. 1 UI26. lint wltli such a vast amount

I'' a sl 1I"nco! fm- iho irMulmlvr, o .......1111".0 ninvcil" Hm. "n nml hi,iliioilior insurance in a Htnto\ of 111 'I"'. For;. Pale Delicate Women
: : nt snme ,. fof ,
was locililnR the tut' il It xv.'l4 ,jiornICVOIIKO' P'Tli.ipM

HirXi' ; that ll' "iro. I he 1>till" "r.hnd 'tint'' ih.-y \\ .. in no niooil fo,. "" ''If'h., \ uliiii'id<>.1 1 ,lonoft up hv e w"IIIn'h'I III"** 'Inc.k' I Hint lie. '* : with 1 BO ninny veterans without IniHuraiice and Children eoc
"h l"chcc.'d| <] tlifni none tl o oliM internationally as ftroaecot protection for I theniHehosand
.c' fotinil In hor famous
plncml I liof'uc him. J'/I' > o* Thov v\oi.> During thoorld \Vai snilihy mm
ho ""lIhl. hut I tliiuhlod' II'"r chrokttfio tor tho A. B K. II"t tbrniiKh four campaigns In V { I their dependents, It was believed
"Come tiero' Itoincc! com
: fur" "ii'Cldfr. ihnn 'Ihoy h.'id I ho. n, and won nevo.-nl medals .mil ileconuioiiB. Now h<* *l.inds like tlil* that another opportunitynhoiild

mnmJcil Blmrply.llornoo 1 lift'" n minutes (,,"'11.1.Iht'| : ypiniclhci' I II I In tho IlCd Cross M use-tin, .it WnsliltiKlon. U. C. \\llli hln l Ml. l be given for the reestablishment

rcturnwl. milking i Ircuin hnnilM In a hrlplfHii, rNturc findnrjddiij II of the right to Insiirunri, '
the oum.liiHtoud
( mu
,:. ... .. I I Iren* M. Q KSlj pocll l) inn) .cI'nIlOcnly.; < hor, h* nd KOV'Us | |' _-- .. --- ----- -- benefits and upon the last day ottha Florida

*Whit' IIro Ihoso 'tldnss?" demand true. (Hilly." (die half whin of chatiiVliiK Ills mind lie I the moan. limitation, July 2, 1926 tho
ll II. lIodge."SlnHbcrrlc.. '. "No'Yin.:,; :" mil)' bo luHliiK it. Kdltors. do have Oh Spring! limo within which Insurance might

.. sir." Hilly, 1"11""u"'U .'* (julto a tlniu you kllol.II.. Sweet spring IH here.Tra bo converted Into a permanent, ,

"Slinwbonlrs" !" \' HIIIP, 'onnlo No "nyouf I. A. AV. la, tra In, tra lal! form was extended by congress to Chautauqua

"' .... _._ 2 1927. The term of wartime
--.- Ktiih bud will bo a bursting BOOH July ,
"Tl'cy'ro' (iiont vull""oo.1" Hilly\
'cm." t! I Tho iimiilHt.ikaMa' .1I'AI..y. In Several layn ugo a 111 08M(>1I Il'>' And. whippoorwllls will start to Insurance thereforelikh ..,---
"Try II. I lIII\: || vnlcn iiilrnrlod, lIe, attentionof riiahcd! broathloHHly Into tho ofllco croon, the veteran held,, ,during tha wur
The elllcl'-nry mnn Ignored, 1 I Iht' In : I! Id ,J"... uhii Hludlc'd. Iho In,othernnd I
., mid handod, lirt tho following '1'1Iu, Ira la, tra la, but has permitted, to lapse, must, II
vllatlon {; or. HI ln.i-r" ulih plain Inloiont." Thoyiioini'il I
I poem. Although no numo was Tra la tra. la bo converted Into ono or more of Keystone Heights
( for the, 1 h I ,
moment lo ohh.l' I
"Wlinl month Is thin, Horace? tic I' l\ ::;=0- OUH of his pioftonre. Hlgnud to tho poem wo believe it Tia la. such forms, of Insurance on or I

!, .aked sternly, L- ,:fT' "No \.nv In Might." to \he the work of that myHterlous (Tho whlppoorwlll does not actually before such date. The failure of I Fla.

J "Dorombcr, ilr." ; '" '-' ..o- "Who ilict you fihoni to*" Muddle Fuddle, Vho wrote u that croon Ira la, tra hi, but we i the veteran to take such action I II

; "You buy HtrawbrnIon' In PcccniberT" 'Tho IJitlrloiicy C'oni" |>.''n)'. firm." loiter ronccrnliiK' the curtain HOV- poets must often sacrifice mere will result In permanent loss to !

M.ild I',," IIIII"'". "Thcv. ronnrnv.d orul wuekH of _,
UKO.on actuality for the sake of our art. ) llo: veteran and his dependents H - "Ji'. "Oflen; yea, sir." II. Tin n to r.itllCI-'H r.lllro. Thov ,---.- ..---- -.- Oh what wondrous limo is / the protection of government Insurance
"Is Unit true, Mlxa Hiooko\ ?" ,..Id hc'il none iiwny nnd' illdn'l Knowwliii 'I"lff'; ;UW: (THT.lS11I0KlllnaK spring since it appears r ison- Feb. 6-March 27
"Coitnlnly" HMO r.'|>llo : whnt >hni'|>ly. \Vliy nut ?" tell which In jtint 11M hnd. theo curtain now, For Insects who are on tho wing. ably certain that congress will

f.f' "tfmv/ much did IhcBo HtinwboirlOFcost "Ti, y tho 11I"'f'rM'!" Vi'lcnir curtain, color blue! (And nuts who get paid by the I grant no further extension of time. 1927 i
; 7" lino for pounding out stuff/ like Provision has been made for the
'I'lslmre, ,,, ni dclc'd 'They know With jour even fold*-a treat
"I think Ihoy'io n n",1! M thin.) \reinstatement ot ]lapsed Insurance.An .
3:00 P.M.Admission
i li. it n in in vtas lo lie- i 0.1111'11', ->).IP IlaiKflngvny up th",ro HO neat; .
half' a box. nuw ulr, vcnluu' 1 1 1P' 1'':. M. I applicant of in good health
-.0\\ ,
\cv.llv* "'.1 K/IV Hint fjilhc're.i.l Without effort or" nol o,
Hoinco. ,. may reinstate ]l.iaped' yeuily renewi i
i. illl. And Iho.i. .1,1 I 'hov' won, ilnn
"Well, liv Iho Riini" ,,"'I of oxtravaqnnrc I'lillod! by two Miiiiill bo's.'lth .. .
'\ c ciininiinl, ale wiih him In iin \ Last call tor the big show Friday able. term Insurance by the payments ----".
1! !" (*x<'lulm 'II Itidv'" \\ the ,color duoi>t>xt blue,
MII' ..f llfo or, di'iilh' 'HH..XI.* .,.inI < nlKht. Itlght this way please.! of two premiums. An applicant
; pushing/ bnck bin ,ih nt ""I"n"", And all HO nice, nml, shiny, too.
"f 1 I h ", dc-'IH' lOO. Only llfty cents, two qua'lprll.flvo 1 ]l not In good, hcnlth muviievertlielohs
one* AK'iln nt thi* Lui iillmii' dish.
From my heart, I rejoice IC I IIImol'l'
''IIi "How ninny Im-ici?" 1:11111: ""I,.. M'nll, ", ..1 illnioH. ten times the price ofn reinstate and conveit Free

,(.' : "There M.CIO' tlnro ilcluoic.l., ..I.. .'. "l.nt. t.'onnle-what the. Iiln7.pi. :iiAt package of Heechnut. ll.ibles to a permanent form lapsed yearly
'"] ".-'our Hull,11.1 1111"11 h ilf fur jii.nbcri -.' ,. "I",: In .lo'!" For the old was. an ,')'o-lIoe. cry for It, no homo Is complete renewable term insurance under, !i iciTtan Study Classes

!f' -IPH-In iJoci-iiiln ,i' \viiv. 'ihii,'. I 'Dili' point .the i III'I'n .v .".111 'Ino 'thou nrt- tho o'.a vanvua \\ltliout it. Shop early and avoid circumstances. ,

." enough innnry lo buy Miikfii Ir" ,to. .'li.< t ni" i i .)".p Into i ho rci n \ c ,1111 P''on.iln Now can PUSH! tho rush !
i' this linui<*liul
""rnct'." of ionise., he i-ald. "H'1, .tin* onlv' Wo hnre wanted you no. ihavo been disbursed by the government
1'11':11"1'1'ft'JfESTn.: : : .\
I "Yes, Mr." I Hun, : \ciii cnil do. 11'0 Iho, onlv. You lire all that wo can buy for tho relief of veterans Sunday Auditor

"No ,inoi, e. -11',1"I'l i .sf '.' I" Ihlnii, lo ilo. Tlit.o lire" hlil S'o matter\ how awfully we try and their dependents.. Hut In nd-1 I
lluiae liuikc'i ilmiliirullv. at )hi>lsmlKtrcM .>. 0\l, 'is. I th"it I'H nil. Thank' Mm, Mim, Inward\ tlianka According/ to a statement mal ditton to such governmental aid ium Services with

Mie was \llu.hliii,;. nntiiK II, ....I" .. .,. h.\Iln:: 1111"110-,1, )'0111..11'.IIU' Outuurd pleasure, public! by Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, as I the recognition of a grateful I

now, where n few mlnu'i-n ,licfiiu-, \oiii h"'h""lhll'" 1 nin pospefls'clof for you ; president of tho local Woman's nation for service rendered the'typically '! PreachingThree

,had' b'-cn n 'lul nnhiHliiii"We .. />m'tl /it //riAr four/ II/'I" O"S full autlioilly.. .Nuw, uell t.i'k' UIuHHliiKti on theo curtain new "lull till.* city will be favored by American plan was evol- I

me, |>oimilcil. ." HIO| miM' <.'.nMly lo :;t'lclIi...(. to school?" ,,"..In..''''','' a concert given by the University" ved ot enabling] those In service to O'clock

"10 fnt tthnt fooil, ue puTrr. If Hilly |oo. |<, d douMfiillv in hi* nlvler. OIU 1.J.T''f.n: : no.v of Florida Orchestra on the night I
themselves and their de-
you do not like alr.inlj, ,,!.ilex.. Milleitgo She met the Bltn u Inn |, protect Full
Iy ulitintdown ;
tr\\-f\ ihnl' Iho ('iTIclcitcy 'mnn nt'i tliot of Feb. 25th at the Woman's by Insurance. In tills Program Free
you IIOIM! nuf I UIPMIllomco 810"t hoi ilns. nnd 1 walling for ll"ilhe" to ho- n"arlInt Lucy: I am a young Club building. This will bo the pendents
>'oii may 101'11110 nn ninn, /*'* fuiMr. Sin. plan is no element of gratuity ,
and to the nicest
Kill engaged
Out In ttip hnt I nn ImniioulntolyCiiiliol am first time these university musicians the
fI 'llqo. since premiums paid are suf-1 on request
nidiil. M.ililil.i.. ftno.l. ImMinq; "/Vnd jipeoklnji of bunlnc'sn.' oh boy named John but he U noroke have appeared Starke and
Tho I' luM hmho flclent to the cost of adminIslratlon
mnn cover -
up Alice's hnt niul coal ,mid it bundle <>Tnrhool fier\i" I'J lledK1, luinlnri" ,; a >>u-aily, gao > that we cannot cot mar they have consented to give their ,
ml fur mlrnco.
and the added liability
1 l ltu"I.> .. upon Hilly, "whnt's )0Iln1""Mlllc ried.' HIM father holt oodles of I .. .
"Heieuflrr' )011 will tutlml" fnml I opening concert of the Benson resulting from the extra hazard ofservice. -
1 order," no mild ilimlm-Hv. "ThN "lIuIlY I i now ,lire! ; jou'ro 'Utonnnln. ? money but will not give John any. here under the auspices of the I

-" nml lie polniotl nl' Inn ,cl IIHh! nt .** rh.ilp.l ttniKfinc| .\ "The' cm "('c'lnll1l' '. When do jou BO towoik What would you advlxe me to do? Woman's Club. .
.Irn.wbcl'llc.-"I" thn niiwl ..unionwaulo tuii I iron \Milllnij |t"l1 nxluutcH.'* n nil whoie?" Urown Hetty. It Is estimated that approximately :MUSIC DRAMA LECTURES I
The have worked
university boys
Hint 1 I HIM* jit 1 ultn *.I'1 l I I''I Allco Ilitntf licrsclf, CMirlcHslv. Into "I don't, go," dinwhd t H.'lv., : Dear Little Brown Hetty : Give 95 per cent of the five mil
I piirmcnl" of fur, J.mimoil u ;uiUiKhlitll up a program this year that lion men and women In tho service ENTERTAINMENTS I
Inccirlf liuxt" It Is 'nutplriil"( ( 1 n "
11 II n (.'1'1 Ihnl \llus, cinwn, "mmdoe. John the gato and set out after wilt contain music of all kinds
"(Ih. Inn It In," " Ue.I IlillvChoci ** hat 0h",' I Iwlly linii, m tzdluir not -ivoU1" CI"I1""o\'oI\ | MiMfj.. so during the war, took: advantage ot
Iiook nnit, rnoctl, tmml I Ihc (lour.Il ho old man. that everyone young or old alike,
fully. the Insurance provision of the law.
I bis iiieHllon|' ndclrciHc, to ill* ith'I II'or .
"So much thp \\or... ihon :No uni nxMini .upon. for" licr l Ioy Hoi** I tho Ornt" lime .Rlin-e h0! enli, > niointo will find some pieces to their liking. At Its maximum there was about
morn .U'nwh..nlco will IM. |.ui.-hnn. ?.| nor. |li.' hull. I>nn lh<. fronlKippn tho house the rlllrlinrin,.in, 111'111'Ianly: I am keeping[ com- Director Brown has given forty billion dollars In Insurance"
for tills IIOIIHO unlll' Bliimlifirli's'. urIn of flip r.joitlti. nmnMluti nh"liiiicl. uiny with the nicest I young mini out the Ktntement that he hits delected
I showed I M> mt>tonii of <>,ntoili, >.n.. In force. This was probably the ; :;
ronnun. 1rI11'o\\bt'rrlell-l" Uerem I. ihrri nt n time, croHHr-" .| the 10 has big brown, eyes that Ju.t tho best musicians available !
C"'t.I'nnl'o'I'N' nil'nt' fur InBlunt. lurgeBt Insurance Daily 2:30: 7:30
bor'" 1'1<\1'11"1 In .Ino ln"'iniN,' nl1l 1 1plunKctI nn look at and the activity In tho p.m.
In no.nlv nil t I' i xhu w isa you prettlcxt wavy on the university campus for this history of Ufa Inaurunco.
; ttit '
"\Ye< on..lo will IICC'linv" rjrs ihoin woiv vhpiipvcrvi" .1I.'I'pln"| it runs-live' tttittiifih linumslno.IN A n fruHinunc ltunnyuf'i ili'iiopion' of h..,r hiolh.r, hair; but ho IM HO darned bashful, season's tour and ho Is thoroughly )During the war nearly all premiums Season Tickets $:>,00

wont thpin" Hhc ilfLl.u-ecI velifinrntly. '' lost*d Hi1 iliuii* nflor her, I IhonHuun In'thh. HIO was nol, She ".'H not, he always tilts at ono eiul of the satisfied with tho talent] displayed were paid by a deduction I

:r htiiifioir, Into Iho nofil bfolilctho proud of him n" nn i 1.1 li.: "i i"Mv '. SE'UO! and I Bit at the other It ] In the present organization. from pay. After. demobilisation

"Not on tho ImiiHc" tuidl II Mntip"Nut chnufTt'Ui.* A ttcoontl' l.itoi, thr* .hrolher, does n.>l wink, ," she tI"1'1II8 Hint wo will go oil Bitting however premiums were'

on ynur" f.ilhu'n Imnk, 'ncriiiiiil llftoru thouwnn! 'KnulMi: nut .,iiiHwiitd, In n. huvolie.. Ills way Indefinitely If I don't It Is. understood that only the paid direct to the bureau of -

You nin>* hnvo ..rll"IO"a.( n|"i'l"... 01" t<0'i <"nO' un.. ,lulling "n pi 1'c nh cly "I''h. I "How old mo" ton'*" nArd lledso.tinning / lo something about It. What can nominal price of 23 and 50c will risk Insurance. Many war

I'mncs 'until fun her tmloia., .* nvi.r.iio.Itfil again to Hilly"Twenty I "TrimM'!" ,hll'ke.1II..p., .:o li.iil, fnllo\\Cit nt far OH 111* I experienced In organising and
The hammock :\
Iwo If that H nny Hntls : concert I In order that all music loneyIaking:
.I'run""'.." IIP icitoinloil, Call for, r'1' .1"| .., unit ".i xv It nit 1 lie xMitilutlintM faction, to training u force of employees to
oti who
> waa by a woman
lovers afford to bo to
can present
nil prunes." (hr cnr tllmippmi'' IH| '" "" \ handle this Immense activity.
1"1 1 Hltly'R attempt' to d..*oiln! >' Imhffeipnce md the trouble
Just same are
you enjoy the and at .lie
"I ne'er ont primps" c"i IUT, I hen iPlmniMl loluto was pool, ly ixtuli'il."Slik" program (" Many ex-nervlco men and 1 women Cotton
"Dpgln lhn Thpy ore oxn'llpnt'' imc an l I IUII>' "'re HtMl Mtniulina m\ing A'ord to the wise Is sumo time take care of tho Incidental of the ex-service, men and women

healthful nml f'oin'iiiltnl' ." ..I'"",* 'it 'nKi* ffnir i.ti,"Huns lo "Ho' I look It ?" Illclent.. expenses of the trip.It. wore out of employment after discharge. Pnr frtty Tool. Wilt He.lulnnt I

"I won't." .\11.<-(* to ".'''''0'' '" he InoulicMl htlsltiv.nun He <1101 l nol look Mi-k Ilo vns veiyhealthy ( As a result of these two mill I'.iirlr. I urriv 1,1lnlRi

"Verycll.. Apples, or ornngpftthen. ""lnl'ln, ,,'" ..I, III' "" \<'11." r... -and "M>' unronifoinbleMl 1I'arlInt Lucy: I have been factors as very Krent portion otI In II'::i">.tr I'r'iiluv.-.. of*I.-I,1:thin: prr rotton bu- 'I
Doth are nutililoun. I'.ut 1 ,,,-.1 Hill' )' rnn Ip.nty. ",\ny oh reading the best book It surely This Is the season of planting: in .hrl of 3O liuuuiU atpoint. .hl..pln.

want you lo roinoinl.or llvil, I DID llcno jcatlon, *" : ( \I-IT.III llFilKiml.iici, was thrilling, but at the end of Forlda. Planting of trees ami I this Insurance wus lapsed.. This .

when this housuhuUI helps to iiup.' llolKC' ; lJnol'd Iho P'totly "ISlCul",1 h..h...... the last chapter was the word shrubs and flowers and uprlng vegetables ,| Is believed 1 to be the greatest lapse ( V. C1XX.XGII.UI,
of Insurance
ever .
'I nls. :Now: what In tha world\ and everything that will ".Brlcuttarnl Courier,
the present time there Is in
-- 'rh 0"""'. guards, broke up many oen this mean? Please write and grow In Florida and this means a force, 7D6,855,469 ot yearly renewable ,Athens Ga,
ot Hawthoruo'a plays. This I Is ell me at once as I am worrying lance list of fruits and vegetables
term of
the sixth: straight victory for the myself Hick over It. Ciet ready for a real growing season war time Insur .

BRADFORD I boys* team.Tho Lulu for It seems that the cold -

girls' were not ns fortunate Dear Lulu : I'll have to admit waves will have to get here quick

HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL as the boys mainly on account hat you've got mo lit II 11\1'.01. The or they will be pushed aside by VCO We can charge 0

of the sn1l,1size\ ot their only explanation of the word that the summer weather your
Kiinrils, and failure to ring goal. I offer I Is that the author HRS
1 .tI...,"I".,'hh.t Assoclnt* KilltorVIIIOINIA can t IttiK: VDTKK.V.VS: : : TO Itin.V.STATi : I
They did gome good pastt work, (niiio from Finland, therefore hen 1 LU STORAGE BATTERY In USmith's
IMItor: Publicity Editor however and got some fine practice. I.. u Kin, and the book U a Finis I I

W. M.GOSSIP ook.
-. July 2 Ii Lust Dny to n"/t"ln

.\SXK.MIUYAn : IJoI:1'I\U: : : burn, Kllzabeth: Andrewg.T -- KIT.: l.nisid| Protection ItiirinilWarns. I

-- ",*lflh (jrade-. Owen G.ittln.lirace Garage StarkeFla.

Wood. We've heard a lot about absentilnded -
nwwinMy nipi-tlim wa hl'l<1 .'.owdy folks. Pn you know professors but we've With July 2, set as the flniil .

Monday nuirnliiK nt Ilhyslt'ni echiciitlou have curtain It Is date for the reinstatement of
| .,lIn" S f\: 'S IWO our new ever heard of one who forgot toInnk and
jn-rtoil' )h>' all Ilic unuleu I perfectly beautiful anil believe a Keillor. I conversion of war time Insurance

from the Hlxtli IhriuiRh Ilic Iw<,It'h.' you\ us you had better como out Since the curtain arrived we that has been allowed to lapse by "

The niiu'llnit \\1I fiilloil l>y Wt< HitppoHO that by this time und see It Stunt :Night.: ia\e hardly anjthliis left to kick I World War veterans, every effort

rrlncliU'| Ki-lly., \\ lu urpi'il thc 5CHI all know that our new curtain a bout.. U being made by the United States

Blmk'iit-i to titko inoro prlilo, lu tlu arrived, la"tl'el'k, and let Old curtain yu have done your However new or old curtain Veterans' Ilnreau and other governmental

cure ot the nclioo' 1 bnlliliiiK, nmlBUKKCftcil list toll\ yon. It wn 113 welcome duty; Ihe chorus, girls will kick right on.It agencies to acquaint the J. R. DAVIS & CO.
that O"RIIIt.tloll11 tie. Ins tlie How ITU In May. It could l
LoiiK-KiinVringly/ ; and well.An,1 Certrudo Ederle hud been veterans with the benefits of the

formed for thin purpoHp. It was | not have arrived ut a more op- while wo bask In new-found I with \VanlitMKi.n at the Delaware Insurance policies offered by the '
Btalod Unit links vhoiilil 1 bo portuno time as tho old one was
rtlso I beauty nt\f would have said, "Come onlm government according to M, Ttry- I
provlilvil for nil the rooms lit the "well\ nigh" past working with \\' ) hope In pence you'll dwell >'s, let's Bwim tho d-d thlnj. Bon, reglnal manager of the Veterans INSURANCEAGENCY
bulldliiKH it* nt tha |'iri'..t>iit time and 11I1IIt.ohht:-. I H rlKht; nt hand.Tho Bureau with offices In Jack
A ton of free samples of new
only 'a few rn are provided new curtain mado Home I Monday.[ Trot. Kelly: told us chewing Hum was shipped Into sonville.

with thlx runvpiileiito. nntl RtiidentH' cluuigvs necommry in our ot.igoanil about some\ kind of n machine that I 1 J.ii'kHonvllle last week. You'll Only 566,405; persons eligible ESTABLISHED 1886
piuporty) In the Hi'lioollioiiHOla "" ')', the manual trainIng I out
dlspeiiKes pencil* at one nickel have to admit that living In apity to carry government Insurance
unprolerteil, nt nil houri It class Is now at worK on sit)'- per. It costs n little over thirty I I has lot of of 4,6S5Ot\> that carried the war-
a advantages over
wu (leildeil Unit n committee ,tlropx, their .iicceH proves that' dollars, ami( the profit on the sale !i|'I'II Hinall town. 'rink Insurance during the World STARKE FLA.

Bhoulil KD to thv ""' \\IInl lionnl' and Itliclr tnilnin has 1md grout tiriictlcal of tho penrlls goes,: to the school. I IWe I! Ciet; your suit pn>xncd and someone war are now carrying such Insurance

ask for /money to provide for thonect'HHiiry value. voted not to buy the machine.I ', to tako care of the baby. the Veterans, Ilnreau official '

locks. Thin fommltteoIK : --. I i because we ilo not believe It would i i ibo Stunt NUlit, Is Friday. Feb. IS. stated yesterday. Every, commissioned -- .'-

to bo composed of two rpprlspntullves II. II. S. Di-fi-alH ll.i \tlioriu. > advantageous. I i I II 1 \\ 0 believe tho weather man officer and enlisted man and :, .: ..... ..... -'-'_._,,_,,_._,,_,_.._,__

from each il.iioi from I Personally we believe a chewIng members of the Army and Navy; ,
..thought! that we were in earnest
tha ulxlli "11. The followln( were Friday afternoon, February 11. gum marhlno would bring a' uhen much nurse corps who served during the I
wo were kicking so
Chairman Kuseno: Jlalthewn tennis look the roail to Mawthoruo. | government Insurance.
i about to get It too warm for us.our. I
-,; Sixth grade--Oratln Cooper The boys' ,ifiime wnn very Another thing we heartily np- There are seven forms of government I '1IMTI-S HITS KINKS

:Marie nrown.Seventli rloHo and rant at first but the prove Is the movement to get locks \ : TO SI'IU\U: insurance now Issued to

grudo-Hen Sternbcrg.EIolwo llraclford\ (julnt HOOII took the leo
Itltrh.flghlh anil cumo out on the bin end ot a to see that curtain stolen, or cut j Oh Spring ordinary life, twenty pay life, To JACKSONVILLE $1.60

grude--Glenn ",fc fI1ll1n. i 13 to 9 score. Whltehead. center up for Homebody's dress. Sweet spring I U here.Tra thirty pay life, twenty year endow GAINESVILLE .

Beatrice John*. I for U. II.( S.. was not up to la tra la, tra la! ment, thirty year endowment, endowment OCALA .90

Ninth grade-I'aul KnlKht Lela his usual form, on account of aKprulnett The other day we caught the j i;, The violets peep above the grass, at age of 63 and five $?.i>i

Lea) Andrews. I ankle but he run up a editor raving about "Imps of Sa- I Please pronounce grass grawse, TAMPA $5.90

Tenth grade--Junior McDonald pood many point SternberR at tan" or some such We -Building per
thing. think so It will rhyme with tho next Tarpon Springs.! Tickets and Infurmallon at CORFENMG
Ruth Sternbt>rg. forward cut loose with several he'll change his mind again and ;'' line.) mits issued here during 1926 totaled DRUG STOREII

Eleventh grade-tt.lbur Marsh- i good allots; while Grlfllen and be a preacher On second thought And green leaves spring from out 11,087,455.



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'PAGR rnnm
Orlando. -City hall grounds to I I Oroveland.- Hank of Orovoland
= made by Superintendent. ECawlhon. Lady Lake.-.Watermelon plantIng .j .
under way In this vicinity.Penknife be beauU el1. reopen soon.lopped 1..
of tho state depart men' ,

(.if public Instruction, to Cov News From ---_.-- -- -- -- -- .. .. .. .. I>
in Short Paragraph i' .. .. n. n -------- -- '
Newt of John \V. Martin In the depart

.a, I ,,i-ourso ment's of biennial compilation report The now repor I In,: State Capital George's Mother Gave Him l'' ,

will be ready for
r Live State News I : lure tho next session of the legls- Real Index of His Character

lilt u re. !'alla hll"""'. 1"ln. Fell 11.The I.-
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y' liovernor's program for tht. ...- -------..-..-"-------..- --- - -- ,
--- -
I --
: TllllllhaS8t'e.-o'lol'hlu'R IIospl 1J7! : legislature Is being draftee n EpROB WASHINGTON'S char-

J'I till for tho Insane located at Chat now by C.ov. John \\'. Martin: following I
actor Is bent known by theItory l'
: TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Lahoochee, eliminating approprla- hit recent state tour with
: haloid with which
III Lions for new building Is bolnj!!: Mrs Nellie T. Items! former governor I ot the --' \

operated at nn expense of onl: of \\'>'molng, and Mrs.\ Mar he cboppoel' down ono of his ar \
.. __ ___ __,_.__.. __'____"_'_____'_' accord trees bow hi l 1
'- ----- ----- ---- (118 a month per patient tin. father's cherry and

Ocala-This city has fallen Inline press and will be distributed tall log to State Treasurer J. C. lam- Numerous: 1'011I11I011,1.111011'4 fen' confessed' tho deed. ,. ,. ; 1 1h

with New York, Miami, schools of Florida. It contains Ing Mr. Liming, a member of It-glslutleMi, IIMVO romp frlm0- But even n bettor Index of the Nt

Tampa Jacksonville and othe: a slate syllabus' for health the board of commissioners ot mews leagues; mid, from ninnyother of tho "father of his coon- .
metropolises In placing a ban upon and physical\ education In Iilgl .note Institutions, which' has slip sources. CJoveriior Martin: nature II
alleged ealnciousIndecent am 1 schools. (irvlslon over the Chnttahoochecliospltal. In several speeches has made It tr)'" Is locked In a dumty. whlto- .

vulgar literature placed upon r Is n frequent visitor t.he < clear that ho will watch the t \- han lul1 penknife.Pr. ;

snlo here. Stuart, Feb. 11.-Cuts In th< I Institution to obtain data renrdlug penses above all else"' mind will\ Icy Paul F. Dloomhardt pro

city expenditures amounting to ( the dally operations. Tin for a tax reduction. This lei-net lessor of biography at \\ IIIcnSpringfield. -
I mow 1 Itnl, the state treasurer' saidlow In the faire 'u1'ism IIIH lot' 0. has
'Miami Feb. 11.-A sneak thief save $4,020, have been announced berg College. +
has :2,60! I patients, of whirl of eloll.irs Increase In
todny purloined tho trousers by City Manager Unlpli 13Mahr millions uppropilatlons \l studied the penknife story as II >f
early sSG are white males, 729 white fur the universities.for Washington's life, I.r I.
the com all through 4
of In a report to city ( ran
n. W. rittman .
of 1'OHl 'einalos' 518 negro; males, and I.113IIPgro \ ; advertising funds and, so UII.'t'ltlll'O ..t'ii1'
Miami rlllud tho pockets of $ 18! mission. This linn been effiH-lce Good BehnrlorWashington's
women. It employs on iniverage A \\ league to organize
hanging or by the city taking over the scar- him
left the garment
antI father gave
of 300 workers Inclueliiif that work In the state; a shale police
a tree limb In front of Mr. Pitt cnger work, which was tI'I1I'rlydone \V. V. Knott the hatchet, but tho penknife wa
he superintendent department to aid l In cheeklngrrlme

man's residence. In the by number contract of city and( emIly rcductlom, litho I I i filet physician and surgeon sh among the counties and, also the gift of his his mother good, behavior George I &wfr14e; ; i1
hail been' on
two dentists, am I
liter physicians to act as highway; Inspectors.ountlc's ; 1
service deu.irtment.: Ono pa her ft'I'Ird.'hen
Tallahassee, Fob 11.-About 0. trolman will bo. relieved from del- [timer assistants. ; and establishment of she end gave(that was him time little piece' ol

thousand rounds of ummuultlor :ty February 15. oiirts i of domestic relationship In flue cutlery she counseled him to P4fujk / ,

and other government 1'I'opel'11!> 'I'm,inpa.- Count :Murcchl 1 Ir'ellere the larger counties; and establishment always bo respectful[ of his 8upcrlor 1 ti '1 ".
stolen at tho local armory of', of machinery to us<> Ihrnew'
was I iittuehe of the Italian cut *.
the National Guard lust nightwhen IIratlenlon-The state$1,000,000bridge highway i 1> ssy at Washington, was airestd constitutional amendment, Washington carried, the knife k&n

I thieves effected\ an entrance department's tho :Manatee rlvO'r.hetween ,. here today following a light pl'o\'hlillg f for common schools I through! life. To him It was a rn I

through the rear and looted the over and Palmetto kith three policemen at the Soutli \A ill make up I some' of t tho major talisman. "\

place. Ilrudentou 'MmIda talr !.trouIIII,;. Later the items of thi I governor's; program: It was part of his personal
will bo opened In from sixty tr as general ot the
p lit. who' had been Idelililled by equipment
ninety days according to Dr. Font for their
\' .-Two unldcnliflci'' of the ; hu Italian nnsul In Tampa. wn The state I treasury t has 'begun: I American who foment

white m men held up the Springfield l A. Hathaway chairman, after n personal oloased without tiny ibarges; lienv mother climb upward) and shin w- :, liberties In (tho RevolutionaryWnr. !
state road department .
"i Atlantic National Hank In the Inspection of the work now fl led agaliiHt Mm. Police ('d,III balance of $ $11.r.7r.W: !)! !> t. in Once\ It I Is relate\ Washington's -

Springfield l section here tlila afternoon under on the structure. The lieutenant Jolin Curler\ who Inobligated January, or nn Increase of more' faith wavered. That was at
escaped with betweer way Hie (Kcurrciice, Haiti Iho lima i.m moo!
and of the span will be marked halt $400.000 over Valley Forge when a weak Cur a I
opening ,
$8,000 and $10,000 In cash attei big civic celebration. fount I IH i (',tiers' appeared nt the "or the end of lilL'li. Receipts for gross felled' to provide> even food 1 YM

locking three of the bank's employees by a air ground'; and uttered a travel-I l.inuuary amounted to $ i.:192.-:*!>: I for the poorly dollied, starving ,M 1
In the vault, TH' check' In payment for adminIon. ru7.ll;! and disbursements" Continental ormy.Horn t

New Smyrna. Negotltaions Tho clerk! nt the box office $:\\.1121,117:1,26: I .. StniftiilfWashington
r l
nrndenton,-Karmorj of Palmetto pending between tho chamber of I' vlndow' summoned. the police whotuestloiiud .
commerce, city officials and FodaliIlros. considered resign lhe
and suggest-
expecting a bum pel the count ; Brown, convicted in I .
are with himself.Dr. i
and St. Augustine Ho struggled (
of Fernandln.i ing.
them to thelollco I
yield 1 of tomatoes thin spring of large \ ''d that he accompany l)2!) :< of the murder of llownrelUsher I nioomlinrdt who has studied \
of 3,600 acres : ( operators a booth nt Iho I grounds in orler I v ?, ... .
Land to the area have of Volusla county, was savil nil tho Intimate phases of- Wash \ -- ---
of shrimp-boats
planted to the vegetable lishlng lo establish his Identity At ..,I from .. death penalty I sale this was his
hag been resulted In this firm opening 1\ sold Carter, Count 1M ))111)'lnlIh.: ington's life eye cniifslit the Rllnt of the penknife l tho resignation Into tho
Indications lire that the flipping branch wholesale house In New: IIIH point tho n few el.iys ago by +a matter litlours. greatest battle. the story of which fin crackling, flames of tho fireplace
of police-
bo earlier. ('ellere kicked l one\ loMTiior : had resignation nt last was "
season' .. Through the courtesy ol After l.irtlu Tho knew.iently, 10 Ito. would "e>bey his superiors,
Smyrna. of the urn and a free-for-all light en- ,.towel to intercede, attonmys' for I written and l Washington, sat In this. ('nA"lhl' ""lulIlslll'ho were\
Fort 1,0 lulel' 'IIHh1IIIIIon'II
t Jacksonville and New Smyrna knocked down' and 1 all r- Bake, then pushed It Into
of an overall factory capable to occupytemporary !nun was "orpiis( from Iho sups'''mmm, court on I wllli himself, tottering. bfliiil.. Tho hand clenched. knife si 111 exists Itn\
of turning out two hundred dozen: line Foilulo Bros. are In the freight I Bred a black eye. )Ho was then he day for the pll."tl'o'lIllon on(1he I leneral Knox 'nl1lo Into the. It cud Washington Hushed( among Washington,,; lelhs hold
quarters upon
honilqn.irlorg Ms headquartersHo
week and employingmore then to police forced to Mop r a bl n that was Virginia Masonic lodge
Washington a
I by
overalls a docks. governor was Halt an hour later'
shed null wharf at the city the local Italian consul saw the reslgnttMoii.! Then his
than fifty girls. Is under wayIIE're \there th" execution.\ Brown's. c-nso has I -- ----

l by prominent Fort Lauder- order* to extern! d.-ntilleil, him.* leeti tried. twlcn In circuit court ..,,.. -- IA"Ill,, 6 "111""" l.i"liiU"U",, IU",', ,'"I LJ" ," "I,,m'''':,,,, ",, "II,uii i Ii Miiiiiiiiiii", nemiiiNiiKiitniciwi'iiiinieiimiieiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiDON'T ".", "
Polk Clty-Ia 1111,1his gyp."
each time
data business met with conviction ,
.. e their present line into a regular TullahiiHst'o."Florida Is rich case has been reviewed i : .\
Polk City,
Gruhn con telephone system at .
III hildrc'li. This means. that Iho wire, by Iho supreme court.Whether ,
coo-trucliun representatives of the 1'enlnsiil.iTelephone "Into, faces nn educational\ burden "

Itoach was awarded the contract Company met with the i heavier; :; :: than the average duo tr the Florida 1 Rust (Com I
for erection of Gainesville's proposed town commission here and 'the tint that a higher,,; percentage: railroad i l must lower Its frelgtrotes : ,
new municipal building, Application for franchise. uf Us population: ado children than heuvoon St. Augustine I\nd

Tho structure will cost upward of ago the telephone company Is found In the country an n\ 111I'tonaloadl\ hecailso of nlior' -

$70,000. constructed a line to Polk ntVay City, whole." This was the assertion ol 'filed distance Is being settled IIOW SAY BREAD SAY! {;\
Installing a pay( station of tin commlssloiBy ,
I John Joi:. Norton, director by tho Rt n to railroad \
Jacksonville. Paul Harris sido Lodge, so that calls could bo roecnr'ii' division National: Kdiication : \- eontitnictloii of tho Munllrl) II III I,

said to bo the originator of the, made to nod from the town. The Association. In u statistic cut-off, the ratlroad cut man

Idea ol weekly get; together business matter of a franchise for brought the company he--. |report toV.. S. Cawlhon. slatimipLrintciident \ miles from that distance bot.woe 5

mens luncheons which remitted had never been ( oC public Inslruc- those two cities but has fulled I t(]

In organization of the International Tore the town commission however ttou In Florldas\ I KITorl nail Ablllt] cut anything from tho fI'elghtI'III..s. L

Rotary, will ho n I, and the line ('oulellot be]I to Support Kducation.\ In Flor It Is chargod.Coniblned !

; guest of the Jacksonville Rotary extended at that time.. Y hilt Mr. Norton says. I limo ratio ol 7

club: at Tampa April 1 78. chidden aged 0 to 13 to the total resourceH. of $:.125. I y,
s GainesvilleContracts; sea ', population' is 18.01 I per cent, j f aM136.01: I, for tho stale bank ft"A!

1I'adenton--The State Horticultural I Ing equipment( for tho Galiiiisvlll(. whilt!, In tint Unted States as r and trust companies ot Florid

Society will hold Its. 1027 High! school building amountiulo !: \ whole the sumo percentage tll WITH rupnrtad recently by tile
annual meeting In Brnelenton,. more than $13oon Kchoi 1U.27, showing that a relatively c omplrollcr for December 3 t. Tw(]

April 12 13, 14 and 15, It was let by tho Alachua county I large 1 percentage) of tho 1 population hundred nnd ic'Vcnty-tlireo slat

(h''I Timlmerlcnn
Tampa. Hotween Supt F.V.. Buchol/ t ranks Iho compllatloi, -
committee In Iron The elate, ho said, represented In
s 01 t
four hundred and llvo hundred Seating Company te, thirty-fifth) In wealth per child'thirtyseventh ,. Commercial I slain bunk bad reo y't
contract .
are expected to attend the ChIrAKn.'as given In average!( annual sources of 58.551,717.26 1 ; "nv.III

q ticgslon. furnish I Iho opera spats for him .t, :current Income per ihllii, and H bucks $2,2-12, ((73.88; ; trui r

iiiditorlum, tho number holnlVII. thirty-sixth among tho states In companies $1116.9 I 15. III

GolnOA\'IIII'--\I''OI'lIl1g to advice lously estimated at between 1CO I I economic resources per child.\,\ I ,

from Fred, Cratl.' county a- and 1800. |I "In shun" ho Bays Florida hAS TallahasseeFlorida's new slat.

gent, who ID in barge of the Ala- big'1 less than nveragn ability: to sup- prison now In conrsn nt Construe I

chua county exhibit at time South (1aln" \'lIIo.--Klghty-flvo: '; pent its sellouts no matter what thou at Ralford, I Is rapidly lIoa..11I1th" .

Florida Fair, Alachua county has ichools of Florida have been col accredited measures ot its economic Iworare it..11.lldll.. singe, according t, II

taken three bluo ribbons, first by the Association ot selected.. ) t'. \\', Hunter. state. supervisor 01 I

prize going to this county for hay, egos and Secondary School 0' .-- Ineliiitrles.. Concrete for lima (floor

grain and forage exhibits; sweet he Southern states for the echo! The utility oinpanles of Florida has been 1 poured, and the work! n
I according Ia t< j
potaloe exhibit and Irish potato istlc year 1920-27.hero by Josepiloemer I are not owned bv outside capital placing tho walls) Is now progressIng :
I announced
list the first two unites. 1.1001'1alrenely
, exhibit. In any sense of the word. Florida ; on
of Gainesville: secretarif r the utilities antihero have been poured for lbkitchen ,
people own
Fort Lnuderdale. Detailed the Commission on Secoiularichools. ,r < 1 Invested. in them In dining room ami 'bakery ,
and speflcutlons for tho $ G.- All sections of the stat(' money the state and this When the first two unltn of th, I
plans part He Knows
" list. Thiccredltlng
the Your
Day represented I fu Ask
000.000 deep water harbor at ire of money Is safe and, sure of good returns piety penitentiary are completed ,
Mabel 1 as drawn up by Col. D. N. was the result I. I in fact Is, In the shape of \ illtlch will be available"/ for hour
army engineer ecent meeting of tho association th", c'litlrn family,'
Johnson United States prefiiied she' It or ooncN CUM' ini "prison
have been turned over to end at Jackson' :MHH.*| tomer nwm.r
the Seorge II. lltllas Company, of 8'' < ol' linen pal I ownership with Mr" llnntor said Thin new 1'1'11101II"

Jacksonville, engineers who are Tallahassee- Satsuma growerf better returns on the", I Invihfmeiu.hiiiiT III limn a rnu; ;'tv ot upwards o

acting as consulting engineers for Northwest Florida held a rorganlzallon > i-r\ici-, and belter relationsbet : CM,le,, olivle t It Will ho ono ().
I toil ii'II
the city of Fort Lauderdale > meeting featured at by adIressun \\'''c'll the public. and the. iltllilc tin-. most moil i'II amid. lip 'I - L.ake, a gathering "I I,ILfl.. '.lltltl'I, I
bagging of by I.. M.: Uhodos. hlatnnrkellnir ninii.clues. __ i I
St. AlIgURUnc.-The and Phi. I'I
valuable skins Is. commissioner
'otters with their of in Nicaragua
editor Women
not a regular pastime here but S. Taylor advertising Arms I I'I
has achieved that the bureau of Immlgatlon! staledepartment
Mllford 1'otts I William -
bringing: back two val- of agriculture.
distinction, '
( iJ\
following a hunt InTwelve'olile Ij. Wilson, of panama .
Y'' uablo pelts: swamp for wild tur- la president; J. I>, Kniltli: Marl-! st' / i&ii A $t* I
und Will ASvssoms rF q
keys. Potts bus the hunting fever anna vice president

'-i;t" now anil swamp expects until to haunt he bags theTwelveMile of The Ilonlfay reoganlzation neerelurytreusnrer. J Delivered Fresh Daily

'It the rest of the otter family. lIPetingl'IIA for the pnrpeamt. .
i i "lining up" f\at\ umlCrow..r.* lit .'

-A camrulgn to the northwest section for the next t1iV'
save the fish In streams of Manatee market period. tx.6a ,n L 1 ,
J" *
county from death throulhi :
f drought hog begun C. A. Jones, Tallahassee-The state ofFlorida

and fish com- to develop Its educational ,
state game
i deputy missioner, has been in charge of system, needs amendment to the
a force engaged In seining ponds, eonslltutlon providing for I
/ pools and small streams to transfer appointment by county for

fish to larger streams which ; an appropriation
uqualizlng educational opportunities ,
will not dry up. '
the present t 'ai-h-
V et ; to repeal a
Tallaho.8ee.--A bulletin\ on era' certificate law; to distribute ) :
and physical education, the one-mllle< school tax and stat
, health Intrest on the bash 1'j

, state the work supervisor education of :Miss of, Reba of health the Harris state and of school well-trained aggregate fund dally school attendance supervisor. and 1 t 4 k Y # ':I'' A product that is Nationally known, fine in grain,

physical of public instruction In every county In the state. These : ; :1 ,

department has lust been Issued from the are some of the recommendations it /iV; ;i c IJ;:

!: white in texture and a home made flavor that lasts I II
Get YourMoney Promptly .*r VtW/1: :L i V t

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the Best Leading Insurance Companies have been trained as eolllerand 1

ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY Many of the women as good of as Nicaragua the men-at least l no far. One of th' ...._ '"'_ _......_........' .."'..> ,,'
FIRE. are proving lesion on the rifle ,_,,,,, ,_ --'4mmwlllY"" -"
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T;j :." l'hll .t II/I/i/ / Kinl'-uriir: Ki>- ;MiU. t. Jicusley' und :Mis J.
ri't\ .it lie-. l'w" 'I"rl..n churi, ,
I.. I I'eek wens Joint hostesses ut a I

gii'i' .1 llghtful, : party at Kri-tho hi "J1)1111)/: Saturday afternoon Mri: \i. (ti' runt iuvs; e c.r the medal! consisting of a mill;
; boni". of :Ml** Can IL'Rlow
11 tho TheJidiisf at I the lain" H homo complimentIn I'/ 1t' ''/ -:KS! HOI I. Intiire repiodiii, tlon of an 01011'1111''all" | |
day '--M-nlnt. February and Miss| '
C C1. lloppo,
Mii (
with r"dJWRrl : --- --- ''lc view of the entrnni'c to Uie I .
w.If'f."rnt"d, sclir-mc- Juliet' lJurdcii of Tampu, aud Mrs. This l I. a picture of the two great 1 Stone :Moiintnln :Memorial ...
and tinViir| >ntlw
i ('. K. Hu; ,,1r'nut Miami. sides of tl.: hron/.d tnedul prexenli Hall, which IH to hi- curved out i
w.clurilid out In the gomPH. The hostesses and honoreesoaiposod i to 1 bojo and girls who Join theChildren' of solid granite I the base of the 'sty k .St '

.\fti-r several games and inu ( the receiving line und ( Konnilers" Roll of the mountain." Immediately under-.

test < I ilia hosti'Hit. assisted liy Mm.I little{ Miss Clara Louise Peek, who Stone Ialllll Rill Memorial.\ n 'iith the central group/ 4 a '

..1.I .w !\I'H., Kleswolter nnd) MINx 1 stood at the foot of the line\ ot- (Jii tho I K't In the front or obverse The medal was deilfrnt-d by Augustus
I'."'inbetIi Kendrick and l.u- each u dainty Valentino .. I
I- feerd guest sld's. of "I" nifdal. The design Lukemnn. the ulptor of

of,. II. Mid" "bell lerverl refreiilinientH tally from u tray tied with lonslxtH iif, u miniature reprodiirllon the "Memorial and Is a faithful

con i ping nf 1 lie ream toppedwllli u lovely bow of red tulle of. the equestrian figure of rcptudurtlon, down to the tnl-

hot-Mi's and' mhnTlinff i The Valentine color was carried Jefferson Davis. Jtobeit 10. IMO / nuti'st detail\ of hits master model -

"I'lijuylng/ / : this party were '' out iu the bountiful use of red, < nnd /Stonewall Jurkwonvllle, which for the I three horsemen and his

Misses Frances KleMwettnr. (irarot sweet pens und candelabra holdingred i:lure now biting curved) on Stone model for the :Memorial hall The

t Wood. Mildred Ahrendt. Annetta candles placed In ull thu Mountain i : Ilelow the. figures IH nifdal, Is made of bronze and IH .

William. (iiiKHln: :Mae Bennett rooms which were opened en :' the following Inxcrlptlon : the same size und thickness as a .-

neatrlr" Johns KlUubetli Williams .,. ,I "Chlldn-n'M" Founders Roll fifty-cent .piece. It Is perforated i'nlb pltol graph of Home of thi niMons champion corn nnd < 'Inn growns was taken recently'

't IMiui, Kll/mbeth; Ken- When scores were counted the Stone Morntnln: : C'onfederate Me at the top HO that It fan be worn al I.or they had been congratulated by President foollditc- the White Mouse! In the picture (left to

i y drh k l.ulIf' Mitchell: KntelleKendrlik. holder of high, :Mrs. L. Wyniun I morial." I by a boy as a watch fob or. by a -l iiht ( are: J. M. Fulgham, Mississippi; Adnmc Plcrte, Arkansas MiKlsn< Daniels, Texas: Senitor -
1> j t'glow mid with a half dozen llarn.ll. Tennessee C. Mont Adams, Texas; (back row )
Carrie was presented I On the right H tho reverse Hide girl us a luvnllere. Hubert D. Stephens, Mississippi; Guy
f -, Messrs t". S. Kurnes George Des | madeira tea napkins. Second U. II. Smith, South Carolina: <:eorie T Sw'iIni'tr"! r ith ('.<- "hut' M. M Co" GPere'l iu : C. T.

} bell. Joe, Oliver, John Powell prize wall u ,purr of embroidered! 'uunelia: Louisiana! lia Aurshall; coin li.nn <" r'( > i i :.. '!" til .. ... .
Allen I Mm. W. Allot! .MlHi I iM..l: IIKMIYMTH. : i Inn during the past week were: i
Carlton, and went to
!Merlon\ 'lark, Frank pillow cases -- -- --- -
i Long, Tommlo Williams, Paul K.; !iJuvls. Consolation, un embroidered Mrs Fred II. Noble Jacksonville; |, Penney Farms, of Green Cove Mr. Cleft pointed out, that the III H/'dt'; get acquainted and. JoinIn

Knight towel WUH won by :Miss Mary Ella 1 Henry, GO, wife ':Mrs. H. A L Snyder Starke; L. I':. ;{Springs\ and Keystone Heights wait farmers at Penney Farms) are going the refreshments.For .

__ __. II ;Madge Mlddleton. of I.t-iiHoii Henry, well known citizen Humphrey, Meudvllle Pa. : L !1>. "I promised by F. O. Clark manager ( to succeed. I

-' IKHTJSIVIII \'. I Miss of Jai'khonvllle, died, lute thlH McQuUtou, Meadvllle. Pu.; C. K.I [of Penney Farms at a community The speaker predicted, a day in
i.v IIONOK 01 : I The honorees, Mrs lioppo, 50 Yean
":" morning nt her homo, 1695 Vin- I Long, Jacksonville; : and Mrs meeting held< at Keystone Inn the very near future when Penney
t, I lllltllllY 1'urdc-n and Mrs. I Suyles of embroidered were presented 7.ant street, after a long Illnt'ss. |iJ. L. Allison. Sebrlng ; :Mr. and I Thursday night, February 3. Farms and Keystone Heights! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUCE

: with u pair :Mrs. Henry wan a native of Mrs H. L. Kelly Sebrlng Mr. and will he I the two greatest Influences Has Never FailedThe
cq :Mr and Mrs It. A. "Weeks, of I tK IDrooker pillow (cases u piece, of silk llugoi ; Mr. Clark told about tho manner
were boHt and hoHti'SH to I Is I 'le and a half dozen mudelru tea Starke cuinlnK to Jacksonville :Mrs Wm. Daktr, Jacksonville; I In which the one hundred and in Clay county In progress, agriculture sure remedy lor M expelling lth. worms.RcMomchachilJ .
Home yearn ugo. She wan a member Mrs. Marlon Leland, !Uaytona thirty thousand education and better, living lo
1111 I one acres belong-
dinner Sunday given { i
a birthday iiapklnn, respectively. Price 3Sc per bottle. Sold by
honor of their father Col ''''. T.I I 'I''ho' tout guest wero placed at of the Church of Christ Those I' Bench ; Mrs 1 K. 1\1. Jones Orlando |, lag to Penney Farms Is being des conditions. 2
'' who survive are her husband Lon ;; Nelle H. Pressnell, )Findlay I ,'elul"' He also /lI'I'nllll/{ ; Uruu; Store
,Y' Weeks! of thlH city. the dining room table which wasspread ,, brought out Ilea All the assistance of the Penney
Tho dining' room. wits beautiful I with u handsome mudclru'', son Henry; two sisters Mrs J.'V. Ohio ; Hugle D. Senly Flndlny. fact that although the cost of development enterprise towards the securing j
Fuqua and 1 Mrs." K. S. Adams ;Ohio; K. It. Irwin, Lake City Mr. I lias been
f In HH deioratli of lavender and lulh unii centered with u cut glass\ I greater than : of n hard-surfaced road between -
: I bulb of this. city : three brothers and Mrs. II. \V. Tullmun, JacksonVille the '0"/("n: OF II.ICTIOVI'y : L,
pink sweet plus The) lablo, ', basket, of rii sweet peas I anticipated, amount of work Keystone Heights. and
spread with H I handsome' cloth, was I I Irenltlr",1 Hlaiicheil, pecans, were served II W Adams of Jacksonville; W. : C. J, Jackson, Jacksonville: I accomplished\, has also been [great II\.U Cove Springs was. 1 promisedby the power| vented 'lit thn the
? I u ,Adams of Aimnsta fia., and IMr. (M".ml: .. f -
and Mrs. I) A. Poling New "Through co-operation ItiHtructlon of IIrad-
close amongthe Clark.
wllli huge tho Mr.
a blrthd.iviillkr und ut !
during flu game1; ford ,
J. ( Adams of Starko. Funeralsect t'oitnty Florida herehy: ca :.It I *
lurk "
I It, i-il In while anil covered, the hostesses nerved u delicious' City; F. O. Clnrk. Penney I farmers ut Penney Farms An Inspiring talk regarding[ theFlorida I KM, lions lo luhold' lit the UuM<'rsrhinii
''N nine pink candles with iced Ires. will bu conducted] Thursday ) Farms; Ruth Hutton. Axbhury said !Mr. Clark, "fertilizer It being I. house in HoHivr I..rlnl Tnx
with Hght ,
salad course i
)> lilcki'ii made by .
i afternoon nt 3 o'clock from Chnutnuiiua' watt *-"I 'I! "I.lrld. and fit 1"r'Itvn
Park N. J. Mr. and, Mrs.
tr bushctii 1111.,1, with pinknnd lied with red ; George.Crulg / purchased several dollars a "huol hensIn -
Crystal lout .Sweet; peas'' )Dr. Wm. II. Crawford, president I Wooill v\v"i jK't'Ml
I '
the chupcl of the Sonxhnla fllnel'alIIIII'IrH.
:. r Javelid'T, sweet pens WITH'' used for favors.Mli.i Augusta, fla. ton ,cheaper than the same grade Tnx School 1)etrlrt '-n Times I laj',
rlbboiiH viciu Itev. H. N. !Hutlmrford. emeritus of Allegehny College. )Dr. M'irch 15, 1127 for f the j'tip| use of
either end of the" table i ussisted :Mr. und !Mm. ('. II. Rhodes. Macon I"n be .. .
placed al )Ethel irllllii pastor of tho ]HiverHidu Churth: of bought at Hastings. The Crawford who Is a.. director III the '" I. D inlnir Avh* thr .r not then>
curd,' dlrnited'tbo uf- (.u. R. A. Crawford Clinton t x lifirlft" shall eonj'iUdn. n', "I.t!
and dainty plicp HID LoHlesnes'' throughout\ this ; HIM ond example! of cooperation chuutauqua.' succeeded( In Imparting .
1 ('It rich. will olllcluln. The interment i rnr tniHtf.tH nnJ 1 'I"! !( t*mi it-* I Ile>
I 4+ guests (lo heir I plat, 'PH. leruuou lu looking utter the pleu- will be made In the West la.; Tube Bass, Gainesville; mentioned by Mr. Clark was that a great share of his own enthusiasm I' inlllair to ho nNHonnpil.
ton'I': (i. W. Thorpe Gainesville Jane ; Fur the pecrpose of holding I rl lc*
; I
dire of I heir guests. of the marketing lot to those gathered In
Evergreen; cemetery. Those' act- potatoes stun tn hosier Dlntrlrt, If. JK.: .l-
1 I Invited to play, curds: wi'b tho Ilowen, Cedar Key: Itoyal Divot, Keystone inn : dins. J. K. lionler I and Jan. Kovior .
I Ing UH pallbearers will be: II, I.. through which a higher price per ::: I : are
New York
to twenty-three relatives and honorees were Mesdames (U. M. City ; Claude L. Murpliree. nuinaffera.
I Kendrick II. M. MtCulley W. O. These meetings, which are always For tho '
crate was obtained than was had purpose I >f 1iol'l'n elerI -
friend I Ininun, N. 1) \Valnwrlght J. L. lIaulel.V.. T. !Muson C. J. Mc- Calnesvllle; K) D. Lung- held on the first and third I lloii WoodtHWn ti.dlntrlct. :M. U..-
Those Invited. to bo with (:el. Kruzee, A. Z. Adkllis, JV.. Andrews ley; Jackxonvllle; Mrs K. A. !Ryernon by buyers I In other sections of the sier J. S. Xorina:: and Carl Illlltard"
I fiuliee and Charles Wulklna. Thursdays of every month are op are ( .
Weeks wore Miss Minims, of Jacksonville Jr., U. J. DuvleV.. K.: JuckHonvllle Journal Feb 9. Dayton Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. state. en to townspeople and strang-ra, I nmnrtfrcrs.U W. KICKMTRl'.
und Mrs. Hum Dull Dean Stugle, Gainesville Mr. and If \VIilOIN3, .
; ; !Mr Davis Albert Anderson, K.: M.Uuvls ; i chairman.
Mrs Henry was a former resident I It Is through such co-operation, as well. Visitors are particularly j Secretary
I. and two dillilren( ( of CaliiPHVllle; ; \ II. C. Hitch C. A. Knight, : Mm. J, E. Thornton, and Mr. and 2-ll-5t-3-lt

Mrs JOH K. WIlHon and, Mr. and IJ. I. Ames, J. M. Mlchell, .... W. of Storke. moving/ away ten Mrs T. J. McCall Palatka. -.. -- -- ---
: of
.. years /1110.llIny our citizens
MrH. WIlllH Strlngfollow and two Iluddlouton'' U. "'. Jfemorest. Jos.K. remember her and will regret to E. B. Currier Chas Bainbridge,
children of ('ocoaIr.; : and Mrs. C. A. Fetch (I
Wilson, of Cocoa learn of her death.I.ItOWEIIN Louise K. Chaffee, Paul C. Thresh
II. M. Ilrownluo cud two children, (1. M. Slstrunk, Wiggins, E:. L. er and J. S. Slsk. Lake City; Mr.

,..r. und MrH. ''''. I. Wall. Harold IllggH S. L. Peek, 10.: M. Johns, :! AM HIIIPI'KRH: and Mrs. D. T. Rowland, Jack

'... C, Wall and A, )0:. Wall of I Starko: L>. Wyman, T. J. Alderman, Joo sonville; Mr. and Mrs. J. :J.

and the limit, und hostesses threes ]Hoover J. I. 1'lckerell, ))0'. I... We pay, the highest mull prices Illunk, Pittsburgh, Pa.; James G.

children Misses Virginia und Wise, J. T. :Moore, I.uwtey; Misses for small express shipments of Gee, Miss Louise Klncald, Miss

Murla and W. T. WeekH. All the Mad go Mlddlelon< Mabel! Welter, Fruits Vegetables Paultl' and Mary Klncald, Miss Margaret Layton -

children und grand children wereD' Florence,, Matthews, Sarah Malpas, Fresh Kgg Miss Yetla Bodlc, Miss Del-

there will the exception of a /lfllI0' Myrwln Jackson and Myrtice 11.1.S: !>i.U"U': herta Hendrix nnd II. Douglas of

\ In-law Mr. Jon FVllson, of Cocoa Jackson Thoso coming/ in for ten :1MO Florida live. Jacksonville, Flu. Gainesville.One I

and a grandson, JumpsVII- Mesdames J... II. Long J. 11. i .
f wero -- of tho attar'tlve new buildings -
k llum Ilrownlee, who IH attending Hitch K.: 1<. I'erryinun and !Mrs.J. I nearing completion In Key I
' the university I nt Auburn Keystone HeightsKeyHtone
K. Kennedy, of Luke Providence stone. Is the home of W. S. Pierce,

.4 + MISS! 11.\.1.:1.; : AI h>KINS--! ivnit-: .: La. I formerly of San Antonio, Texan.
+ n.\ss :----: -:::. _-;;--- ;; ; HelKlits Flu., Feb. 17. 1
( !
T.UNS 41'\itt'IIOOI Mr. Plerce's new home faces
ve' is ;
p s' 7 Janice C. Houser spent the YOLK' Worth
Keystone Lake and IH. a seven- Money's
week-end with his Mr.
MIsH Hu/C'l I AdkiiiH dellglitfnlly room, two-story house of the I"'P'IIlar '
and Mm. J. 11. Honxer of Keystone -
of her c@
entertained the C PINE CASTLE Spanish typo.
Helhhts. Mr. Houser Is
II, Sunday school class on Saturday Another new homo worthy of
t> wl(working with. tint Pino Products
.' Veiling I ut her homo from. 7.30 to mention Is that of C. F. Bryant,
F '* ? 8 't) 4 4 .F <* .J> t> Company of Jacksonville- .
r 10..10.: of Itangor, Me. Ills home Is beautifully -
!Robert .\. Cooper, who IH. Always
Many: games; were enjoyed' Mr. (I IV.. Sbeineld: was u IniblniHH now situated In a grove of oaks
r located ut Hiiytonu Hunch, motoredup
among them/ u Valentino. "'oil test. visitor to Mlcunopy" one day on Jasmine avenue It !Is a story
Frlduy to spend the week-end
The young hostess served, herr I IIIHI week und a half frame structure and
with his Mr. and, Mrs
RUeHts with Ito ('relllllllll,1 cake In Mr. Cliurllo Hull wu attending; imrentH contains six rooms with sleepingroom

t the shape of hearts :MluutnroVuienllues to business. In Wuldo Tuenduy., S. A. Cooper alcove I '
I Mr. and :Mrn. Clifford McKay, Not now and then but always do Ford
Fi were used us favors on Mr. A. Hall wan u visitor of bin' Mr. C. J. Lawrence and familyare t;
: daughter, Knchel, and eon, Frauds I
tho 1'II.t..lI.Abullt MOII. Churlle Hull Monday. and Mrn. J. A, Lawrence, of living In the Pangborn apart- :
r twenty young people enJoyid Mr. Albert Stringer, of High Heights, returned )February ments while their home on Lake car buyers get their money's worth. t
Keystone -
this nffulr. MrH. W. )0:. Middlelon SprlnKH, was u visitor of Mr. A. C. View drive IH beng remodeled.
7th from
who tenches the (lass, was Hull Katnrday.Mrn. a nix-day trip ,. .
Honoring :MHH| ( "nt w "
the southern of the
frc also a guest Oscar lOxteu; and her sister, through part Remember
htute. The party visited Went Miss Elizabeth Cauhey entertained that Ford has been buildingcars
Jessie Mae and Mrs. I>. L.. Jones Wednesday evening, January -
Palm Beach :Miami. Coral Gables
TWKvrii-rrii: ; rKvrriiv:: and her sister, Chiirlle, all af111.
t'' ?? imiixiH) ('IXU KMIK.:: : Kuten' I und other points, of Interest. 26 with an attractive bridge for more than 20 In that
\\\w\' do, wero visiting AIrs uncle The Keystone Heights \\'umnu'sClub party, In honor of Miss Josephine years. :
TAI.NKII Mr. Chuillo !Hull, ThurHduy. Cantwell, of Columbus Ohio.
:Mr. illelle and children, of will nerve a cafeteria supper i time Fords have -
1 Sweet peas. und yellow juslmlne Hampton were visitors of Mr. G I. I every Thursday night at the club The guests were: Mrs. F. S.Ilabbltt over 14,000,000 gone
house. Serving begins at 6:30.: Mm. Charles Weinman.
the of the In-
brightened rooms W. Shellleld I Sunday.
: Dr. Wm. II. Crawford of Keystone Mrs. John Bird Miss Augusta Carter into owners' hands. And
man home when Mr! und, :Mrs (G i. Mr. und Mrn. Juck I'adgct, of I every one
entertained thin'rwen- Heights will leave the first Miss Josephine Clint well, Miss
M. lumun II Iriihum, were visitors of Mr. A,
llrldge Club on Friday of the week for a trip through the A meet Ogden, Miss Helen Ogden been good There
tieth Century ( Hull Saturday nlnbt. I a car. is no other
southern part of the state. Dr. and Miss Shirley Mack.
evening.Valeiillnx Mr. und Mrs A. C. Hull had us .
Crawford will upend Home time at MlHS Josephine Cantwell. of Columbus .
tallies wero used to their guest Sunday, Mr. und Mrs. I record
designate the plates und red candles Lynn Hall nnd Mrs Croft all of Winter I'ark where, an president Ohio Is spending several to equal :
emerltu. of Allegheny College, weeks with the Misses Arneeta and I
ri were served, (lie players during Hampton, Mr. und Mrn.' A. O. Hall
Meudvllle; I I 1'u., he will represent Helen Ogden/ of Keystone Heights.
I the games of Waldo. Mr. und" Mrs t J:. I,.
,I; MrH. o. 1. Iloanley won high YouiiKblood. and mm LuttA lUll, of that Institution ut tho Installation I'lt'M'iilM flay nt MelroMBAfter ; Steady improvement in appearance and I'!
of Dr. Hamilton Holt us presidentof '
for ladles and was awarded u coat C!rail a in, a successful performance

,' banger und shoe.. tree net while Miss UoHctta Hilby and l Mile I ItollliiH College, which will take nt Keystone Heights, "A Feminine ,! better manufacture have I

J. J. Truby was presented u pearl YouiiKblood, of irahum wero VHtliiK | I place. on I the afternoon of February Pyglimllon" a one-act comedy made today's ill

handled, knife as high for nice Mrn. A. C. Hull Thursday 25. Following thin. Dr. I written by Mrs. F. 1'. Miller, of

Mrs. "'. .' Stump was given -- .------ Crawford will resume his trip 1 Keystone Heights was presented Ford more than ever the world's "

bu IIcI-l.a 11I1t'd suit and I pepperhukor riant City--Work to start noon south. at the Melrose Woman's Club on

UH u reward for low while on llbO.OOO water supply Im- 1 A new organization\ at Keystone Friday evening, "February. i I best "money's worth" in automobiles-

Mr. K K. Slump rc-cHvpd a llnenlusndkerchlet. 1 provement. Heights Is the Ill-weekly Bridge :Mrs. Miller who, Is the author'' i'i'a '1

I (Club whllhI1pl'IM every other of the book Following the Gleam: I good be I.
The 'hostess' served tin upctIP -- :NOTICK: Tuesday afternoon from two until as well as. severalllaY8. Is the wife | car, to counted on every day ,

Ing fruit salad nurse with Iced, ,I four o'clock. The members! are: of Senator Miller, of Pennsylvania j I.l
I Mesdames: F. ..:. Curr. C. J. Lawrence
tea I The. Snyder hemstltcber In. !being The seem of the play Is "' l

Playing cnrdH! were :Mr and' operated regiiurly by Mm. Kltu I- F. M. Wubrath. Clydo In Philadelphia and the plot (10"//

Mrs. J.V.. Andrews. Jr. Mr. and Welmer, formerly of Juckxonvllle I'aiiRhorn F.V.. Hornbeck J. H.Lawrence. tern around Cella Brown, a J. W. ANDREWS

i MrH. O. K lleiiHley. :Mr and \lrH'l nt the Snyder resldeureI, I S. H. Holmes Harper ster, who has. fallen In love with Jr. ,.

S. L Trek, Mr. and Mrs: K K..j j I'ut mIlOK" xolliltei!, Satisfaction I! :Smith Tho club will hold 1 Its the statue William Penn whichIs I ,

tk Stump Mrs K I. WIH". Runrll ull'1. ,next meeting at the home of Mrs. visible from her Phone 118

i Miss Mabel' Wf'lh.r. .Mrs C. C. 2-lH-St.:! li. M.: SNVDKH.I:; : .J. 11. Luwrenre. Through a mistaken w..ulow'l. I Starke Fla.
I IIr (howls registered at Keystone I ,
y II .
I receives mysterious gifts and letters ,

meant for another Cella{ AUTHORIZED
-- -- ------ Brown and sent frm a cl'rtaln' I

William P. i

CO-OPERATION IS THE PATHITO Say it with Flowers I ThisVI111am. Parrlngton proves I

to be the replica of William Penn '
''b { SUCCESS Flowers For All and< Cella's dream conies true :' ,

( when he promises her a trip to the'

h1; Spend your money with home concern. Money ipcnt wit I Occasions the Grand mountains.The Canyon,. the Yosemite, and I, I :I

foreign corporation. never return. Hide the Galne..iUeuIta I
play was very well acted

lervlc la the equal to any competitor, and a Gertrude: Godbey by local (talent and Cella's mother. CARS TRUCKS .

i home concern. Anderson childish old lady, TUlle the colored I TRACTORS I

maid, and the other Cella

nrown, a modern flapper, all added { I

a r GAINESVILLE BUS CO. Phone 39 Waldo, Fla. humor and Interest to the play. I, QUALITY THAT OUTLIVES THE PRICE"
Penney R>prr entatlve Here
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1 Lakeland Saturday and returned I WATKIW: TO UK MTOC'KKI: <'Iatloll. $!I.800 ; saving:, .1.500. nod In Atlanta April IS. and five dimes, ten times the price of

----1 TuesdayMr. i SOOV "ITIIIOU: !-: riSII Eggs"; sold for association\ I Washington D. C, May 1(1.I ( >i pnckiiKci of Dope-limit. IlablpH

$II"::1.111I. This Is considered one of themost
cry for It, no homo Is completevi'ithout
Bits of : E. J. Dooley who has been' ,I'I i Tllllnl..Islle."Iu.. }>",'h. 12. { :Number of farms adopting"; Improved Important mutters I that could
It. Shop early and avoid'
In Starke the last few weeks on! i Florida's' miters will soon be | marketing practices, 15. I effect fruit and melon growers at !I,

I business returned to his home III i stocked with t thousands of fish the !a Ibis time, inasmuch as It l Is understand tho rush ,, I
! : Palmetto Tuesday I output of one 'malt hatcher now 111.\1'1': Sl.:'!' TO tll'I';:\ that fill n re rates will he .-_. --- 4$J

/ local Ne* ] OI''I'lItllI/C./ and another to begin i mom:: OF. C'II.\lWI'S: : based, upon the evidence produced Fort 1"lel'co.-r-oew- hlghwnv under .

All now spring dresses on (ale""I"'b. 16. according to. Slate ShellFish i 1'it irivtj_ or' nU'I1'I'i iI at I these hearings.Coinmliisionc'r : construction from Fort 1'ln. ...
I Commissioner' T. It. I lodges.Tho .
'Mit Marguerite's Shopo 112.75,,, ( : Inslnt5ti: and Director I lo VtMM-. llonrh.Tiii'iuin .
t hatchery" In operation\ I Washington; U. C. Feb. 10.--
$15.75, $10.60. llartell will have charge of
1 .:....._
Concerning Our People, Business and. |galled Hatchery, No.- 1. will turn Announcement wits IItI"'.' by the t lhc> proposed I proierdlngs. I .

Progress of the County and Town. lout herring nnd shad nntl 1 Hatchery Interslali' commerce column IxsI min Sfi I Ings.-Florida' !I'. u c i..
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I ;i :III'. and Mrs.\ B. Levlton. ofI No. :2. IIIIHH bream' and mip- today that Investigation of rcfrlg-, ('I' A: Light company bulldlnK( 11 I"I -
Lust the show Friday I
call for I big' -
I I Fargo, Ga., are guests nt the homo' i plo. Ball! nun located nt \1'elukn.IIatrber' i-ralion charges on fruits, berries j: ] this 000-volt tl'01l8m18ll1l1circuit from t t
night Right plouso.
___._.._.._.._.._..__________. __ t {of his brother :M Levlton, this I No.; it will hatch prob-' I melons, etc*? from Florida and Only fifty (cents two way quarters, Tarpon Springs to Valdosta On. tW
"---" '--'-'-'-'----'--'-'---'-'-'--'-"-'.'' week. l ably 2R.HOO.UOO fish it wits staled ,Carolina' southeastern points to

WB.\Tlmlt Ill ('OHD roil TIM::: talni'd her sewing club at a ppcndtho I __ and hatchery No. 1. between CO 'juatiturn' nod other 1'011111''ulllt! be I

\\')<;I'li: KNDI.MJvii:: : << :D- day party on Friday at her, I' Mrs.\ J. S. MnlpuB and Miss, I, and lOiMOO.OoO... by. .next July. 'begun! ut .It'k onvlllu :March :21.! '! -

:nsu.1"I.n.; : Ill homo. Sarah Malpas) gaa delightfuldinner i The hearing, will then bo contlii-
p- \'11:1.HI'en: : \: or .. .
{ party on Friday Mrs. O. I --- i

'JYniU'ralllrcFeb. | I live your hair and scalp a treat ''L. Hoaslpy. nnd Miss Janet! Diirden COl'XM ..tllNTl.tltn Shield '! 'I

IIlKli Low Preclp. and Mrs. C. e. *,, of ; Rupture iN
s You will look better and feel!; batter Itoppi' Tampa '
County) Agout W.ircl' n adoreport his
9 III'' .00 with a scientific shampo > were guests' of honor at this affair ,
of tin )'elll"1w'J.K oniilngNovember Expert Here
10 60! CO .2.1 :
City llarber Shop ---- -- --- -- -
11 75 CO .06 ; .10. 192 d l. .tor. i.imlfonl, I I
---- ----- -- Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Is spending ti
12 M 56 .00 County, to the tlll. dep.irlUKiil! \
13 ttt 5 it .00 The lllfili school orchestra lilttRcr the week In Jacksonville with her of agriculture, as f i.iw : h..1. Melniinrdl. of Chicago tl1I'i i' I + it'V'

II 67 60 .00 and butter than ever before sisters Mrs 1. L. Hi'IKK/ ':* and Mrs Number.; o{ i.L>'uiiini>HI"slicro \well-knou expel I will personally
will fiiinlt.h (lie very latest music' Leroy Roan. :Mrs. Adklns Is there extension work should bo conducted tie nl the (iI'll hiun Hotel Ciulnps- ''
15 CO 58 .78
10 5i .03 at Stunt Night..; for the I pin pone of attending I 10. lul'\lh'I': c-nmiiniiil ''vlllcI'Morlda, nn Saturday Feb.
Igrand 1 ::itli.( from 10) to 5 :yin
-- -- --- opera tics engaged In euch work 6. a.m. I'm. I

Totul rainfall -- ._ ___ __ 1.09 Lewis Shrlver and sl !t'r.IIMII: I _.__ Membership" In boys chubs, 11. Mclnliardl says: ]|

--.--- Marguerite, of Hrooker were. Al 1.<- I :Nineteen mvdnl for Children's : :Membership In girls. clubs 3. "Tho Vnciium Shield" will' not '

A. M. I't'ttit of Gainesville, wa I (Itors to Starke Wednesday' Founders Roll of Stone Mountain Number.; ( of club members competing i only I retain tho ltiiituro perfect-1:

i In Starke Wednesday i Memorial\ have been delivered I (0.Nnnthet'I Iv. but contracts HID opening InID ,,

and npnllcntliiM for eight! college thisyenr I I days on Hm average/ caso--usually I!
Don't forget the 20 per "" 111redtu.tlon I more en- I entering I II
L. I). Alexander, of Waldo was sale t thin week at Al- I'ollmentrt have been received is i win have been club members gl\lng': Instantinenux relief

in Starke :Monday on business varez's. the report turned lu by :Mrs. J. 0.'Total. I withstanding all stuiln regardless j

I JM.! Alvnrez, chairman of Children's number of farm V visits of limo sire or locution ot tho Huplure. I{I

Nothing- l III u surer cure fur the lien Dolling of Jacksonville Founders Roll for His county. 477. ] '

> blues than Stunt Night pent Sunday' with his brother I :Number, of different f [111'11I.1... I i Caution( Do not expose yourself I'I'I He is Greatest Who
to the danger/ nf wearing oldstyle -
In-law and sinter Dr. and Mrs John Uarrymore anti his troupe ted, 111(S.; .
Mrs. Marie McMaster was a vln- W. K. Mlduleton.Mrs. I' had nothing on the hamlet Ophelia ) Number.; of olllce calls relating trusses with niidemtrnpH.These

[ ]itor to Lake Butler Wednesday. and Ghost that you will see to extension. work !I92 ; icier trustees usually place] the Serves Most
I I limit 1 on the lump and not on the
phone. 1(1( 1.Number .
1-;. Jackson who has ( Stunt Night.!
Orville J. Orlllli of Jnckfionvllle been a guest of :Mr. and Mrs. D. ; of days agent spent In iiipturu opening.1 This often canlues -

spent Tuesday III Sturke. I. Ames has returned to her fume J. M. Mitchell received a letter I o ilkI', ltl.Number\ I strangulation/ which. usually For the "Father of our Country" whose sacrifices' are ,
necessitates linim-dlalo surgl-i K
--.-- In Chicago.,; from Dr. H. A. Tinker) who Is in I' ; of days spent In fold nil operation nil or results In ,sudden willingly/ : niniK! lull whose services so freely i\'t'I1-
,1 HI.I j r
Have you had your weekly Cuba undergoing n treatment dentin i| for tll'1'1'1...' Kh'ii without renninerution hold I
[manicure? City Barber Shop. !\II'. and Mrs. T. S. Ilewko and Number; of Individual letters
from his
daughter: n practisingphysician : ,
"Tho Vacuum Shield" has no !Ixunulless ,
I written S27.Community. I esteem mull eiulli'SM admiration
-- :Miss Alta :M. Itulph] ) left Thursday .
and IIP Minted that lie Is umlorHtnipH. It I Is iilso perfecllyHiinllury
Clifton Brown, of Tampa was morning for a few days In I recuperating rapidly and will return fairs 1. nod practically Indestructible Tho iNmsint yearn\ hoer serxetl! to increase our npjirecintioii -
fa visitor to thin city Thurxd.iy. Winter !Pnrk and other pl.ircs. | Dcnioiixtrntioii I meetings held
to Starke at nil early date to .1..1.I and should bo worn whllo and! annthei'' anniversary gives' us just anotheropiu'Iunity
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Hollls V. Knight spent last ; resume Ills work. I At 11..,,<111 IIP. 93.I liiithlug. to J!It) him honor.FATIIKU .
Drama will not ho I
missing ---- --- Invited to
Only gentlemen are
".. week-eud in Jacksonville.Mr. from the )program/ at Stunt Night. I :Mr. and, :\h.... Otto :IIollnlll')'. of I 1 I other intension meetings lield I. cull lit this time 11M" special' visit'
:1.t.i W\-\III\\'O---Ol'lt::\ : ; \ : IIKADS: >:; AKKP.OWKI
'r See the playlet. Kllzubeth's: YOIIIIK: C'hictico,/ ; Mrs.: D. Donaldson, ot I will hn nuido hero Inter for women :
Charles U. Muua spent the Man. New York City, with :Mrs. Pnnilii i i Attendance. 1317. and children. ( : : )
[week-end In St. Augustine. :Meetings 1 showing i motion plcI -
llowman who have been guests Plonce i
i I Ilares. 1 charts, 1. :Notice; : dn not write askIng I
Nationally- known chimes, clothing ''of :Mr. IIn,111'11.: D. I. Amos, loft ; to lie filled by mull as this IHImpossible.
i Number; communities
'. ('01. and Mrs I). K. Knight mo- hats men' and boys' fur- Thursday for Sanderson. Mr.Mounkty I parllilpa- I send, out no lltoru-. BANK OF STARKE"There
II lilt In Hull ttetile lust u'itIholie, 4 |
'.,- toyed to Luke Butler Friday nishliiKS, oil going at 20 per cent IH orguui of the t'p- 1 devoted ; (: I turn us every rasa must ho SOPH'personally I I"S'2.525252.525

reduction Bale at J. :M. .\Ivurez.11J' ,I:town tlieulru In ClikiiKu. days:Number communities, 10. ; therefore, 1 visit tills I is no Substitute i for Safety"
part hrlpa-
I '
1 neautlful line of new spring iseiilon ilomj .
I every y'nl'-Rlvllll
In farm 3
tlng days do-
John Thomas returned to Mrs Una who bus crops ;
hats at Murguerlte'fl Slioppe.Hf Replogle voted, 10.iIorllculnu. j oiiMlrallon without charge/ cir will .
Starke Sunday titter spending lima been confined! In a hospital In ('0- I ]pleased to lit you if desired. ,
R. A. Reddish of Halford, was week with his parents ut Winter lliimlnm, Ohio for about ten weeks \ ." Commiinllics Please note the show dries and U 5 S?SZS252a r.i'u''2..5'25 !sa5'SZS'S25L-'S25'SZ J
tlclpiitlng 4 days devoted
in Starke attending to business Park. I has arrived In htarke and will remain I 20.pui ; hours carefully and always Insist II

Thursday. here under the rare of Dr.W. on seeing nut IWI'MIIIHllly.-.I'J.!! J. 1 NOTICE!

s Mr. and Mrs Irvin Van liuren I E. Mlddleton. She was accompanied I KodentH Communities purtlcl- i I :Melnliardl.. llomu Ollico, 1551 [
pitting, 1 days devoted 2.
,f Claude Underhill, of Plant City and daughter Lillian were guests to Starke by Mrs. "::1- Anlmnl; ii uMhandry'--'onununi I I Crawford Ave Chlciigo, N.\\ (0
I was visiting relatives in this section of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore and mar LIIZOIIP, Mrs Fannie Mason ties participating 10; duys devoted 1'. S. Fraud 1 warning How I 0

Wednesday and Thursday Mrs. J. S. Kimbtill lust week. and her son Robert Uemorest. !, 60.Poultry. I of I 11II1"t"I'15" who Imitate my notices 0
--- -- { .
and claim) to represent meI1

I Fine tailoring cleaning press- Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore spent i j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Red- participating! husbandry, 3 --days Communities devoted I I have no ropi"csontntlveH t l uiid send II

.Jug, dyeing, repairing. M. Levi- the week-end Jacksonville with I ding and l daughter of LppRhurg, 18. : ; out no llternttire.CFNT I .

2-18-tt. their daughters Miss Bertha 'were visitors In Starke the first I 2 On and after February21st
,' Agricultural 1"OUolll1l'H-eom- --- ---- 1
'of the week stopping at the
Moore and Mrs. R, B. Alvarez.
munities participating, 10

f'[ D. Andrews visitor of to Ralford Starke, Fri-was George .A..l\1a.rcotte is. having Starke-Hotel-while--. here devoted, 20.Demonxlrntous. given: ;Swine, : A %WORn i this market will sell for

day. the Interior of the corner store In The Junior Leaguers were entertained ICG ; poultry 12; dogs 15. i ,
Friday afternoon at the
i Woodbrldge block remodeled'or Animals Involved l in demonstrations
f Will Moltt of Jacksonville home of one of their members. I,
] a grocery and market. COLUMN g
Marie : Swine 3.482 ; poultry 034. I CASH ONLYHIGHWAY
; spent Tuesday In Starke with rel- Brown with a Valentine Saving on demonstrations:

;, atlves. Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and daughter party The business meeting was
Swine $i5ytll ; poultry $200. I felt SALE: FrpHh milk cow [
: Miss Eva and Lacy spent //1 presided over by Sarah Hope a
son Nu in tier of farms culling 1.0111'1 Apply to f..1. Puttee, Hullbroiin [ .
:Mrs. 11. E. Molt of Jacksonville Haynes president. Interesting
the: week-end In Plant City with try, 12.Number:!. Springs road It. [a
the guest for several days of games were arranged by Mrs. W.d. .
was Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Corbult. It 1 of animals in such I [a
Mrs. R. }>'. Demurest. ( unite superintendent ut the
[flocks h.M.Number t'ASIR'ampletn": 35c. Once II[
of which the guests were
Mrs. J. IlT. Williams and little lend
animals MARKET
!la visiting served with appetising sandwichesand discarded used. Order by freight., MizellI'rodure [ I
i' Mrs. James Shepard daughter :Mary of Lake Butler ;
|I :270.
relatives In Macon and }>;III Jay, 1 III spending the week with Mrs. II.Ilrownlee. Iced tea. Number of fanners i Co. Live Oak Flu. [a L ,
controlling 2-l-lt I
i :
I I ---- -00-- [,
Georgia. f.. poultry p"'Hts for Ihu first tune .1.I I a w. :M. IW'AIWPIWP.):; .
I --- .. .. |: Bible students from the Moody '' :J
of vaceinnte'far
' Readings and special music will Nat Sternberg. needs no rcrommendution i>: lllble Institute begun a free Bible Number farmers to \ WHEN: IN NKKI; : : of u eiirpenler j C
cholera this year, 25. for kind of buildC, C Slarke' )Fla.iwiuliilluiuumilllillmuiuuiiluiliuiilliiiiiK '
be sprinkled liberally between to the entertainment study course Thursday afternoon repairs or anv 1
Number lost
Blunts? Friday night t. Feb. IS. seekers of Starke. See him ut his lit the Bunt 'tat church at three 80U. hogs through disease Ing. write J. K: Wlinlierlv' Ilex [:J :-1 i I
':. 171. Luwtc-y. Fin. :2-11-lt [
o'clock and will continue these
V h"t. Stunt Night.; ; I'i: (C.I'\\I'r AHMOC'laflonFeitllUer ..... r." 7'i2'i2.'i2.S'i'2.5C5' 'iS25i5i'i2.52.5'2.52.5! !' 2SZ57S52S'52525 u'2.ZZ<5 r'S' ..'
E. E, Terrill of Meadvllle. Pa., meetings every Thurxday nfter- I .
will upend several months in Miss)Eunice: ; Perkins;;; M''nt t I' noon beginning at three o'clock! purchased for USHO- I FOR SALE Chrysanthemum |
plants, largo variety 75c Iury i tlt>'MI i n ti nil/uti iliiiiiHiiwitillliili iiuiiitiniiiiimiii ttiWHffliinffliiiiiiiriniiiiAiiuiMiiniiiiiiuiii'
Starke with Alexander, Krenikruu. Florence Matthews were hostesses I Ito '; far Home weeks to come This "OZ-1
en ; dahlia bullis 7fx' do/ ; t
f the B. O. D. Club Monday eve- ,course Is non-Buetarlaii and anyone L s! Draw Checks R. F. DemoreHt, tilarke.! ItPCBLIC
:Mrs. Edward Hums has return ning at the homo of the latter on Interested l In the study of the v

ed from a seven week's visit with Walnut street Bible] Is Invited to attend. I
CStyle's your rustle
her parents in Dallas Texas. ----
work to me, sallsfai'lion guaranteed '
L. E. Dowllni/ of Stuart, who Don't miss seeing the Twinkle
I rates cheap. Sliuili E.Moore. :
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i Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake was on his way home from Georgia [Toes Twins dunce the very latest .
Butler was attending to business stopped In Starke Sunday with l[ the Alabama Stomp at Stunt Account 2ll2tFdlt I I 4

matters In Starke Tuesday his son-in-law and daughter Dr.l{I Night. They'll make you throw HAI.i':--Slrawln-rry, plants ,4j

f and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I away your crutches and joiu in Arkansas Missionaries, $2.CO ,I I j i

:Mr and !Mrs. F. L. Wise and the chorus. AJWl.t per 1,000, plus charges.: (1.I :

:Mrs. J. L. 1'ickerell spent Tues Mrs. W. Q. Howling and datigher Cady., Starke 2-ll-2t. C'I t

day 1 In Jacksonville. Hazel and son William, of C.'C. Hoppe of Tampa, and Le- ___ __________- -__. __ I Finger Waving Curling !

:-._ Jacksonville spent Sunday with I roy Whldby, of Albany Ga., who STRAWMEHIIV; PLANTS FORM j I i d I

Entire stock Included in the big Dr. and Mrs W. I E. Mlddleton.lira. I Is visiting at the Durden home SALE: .Now ordering Missionary '1 ]Mair Cutting--Manicuring

" 20 per cent sale. J. M. Alvarez. Dowling and Mrs. Middleton I In Tampa motored to Starke Sat ) ili1t nlrawlierry plants from O. C.'ulh'r ,

are sistera-ln-law.. urday afternoon. They returned I \\ and Ilros. for runners

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent the Sunday accompanied by Mrs. : ,it :iJ..rlt' from Judsonla Ark., been ; Massaging-Shampooing

first part of the week In Orlando Misses Hazel -M .id ..toll. VlrInla Iloppe and Miss Janet Burden _:r. '\ planting Waller iilunts. for sev I

'f f due to the Illness of her daughter Weeks and Elise Jones wero who have been spending the past J'.t \ oral y"llrllllll" have never found I, I,j I

.r Mrs. J. Murden. among those attending the Emory I week with Mr. and :Mrs O. L. "\. \rl*. h'l' thorn mixed with cither varieties. '

, --. -- Glee Club performance In GalnesIlle Beasley. ,..., .:, Thero Is none ,better. Few days 1'I ; See Mrs. Marie B. Stevens .1
. Have a scientific shampoo at Friday evening. ---- ------ : ago' I topped) some ciiartsi| with ,
, I Ilfr. .NOTH'K.; : TO THE I't'ltl.K<<:7 1r. '': ;
the City Barber Shop. 'i'LJ'. I nIne berries 1'rlie, $2 5D" per i for an Appointment

: and Mrs. G. C. Livingston I \:: I I'ur1t II thousand fob. JuclHonlii, Ark.

' One more week of the gala at ot Tampa spent the week-end In As my wife Pearl) Green; Snyder i I Cash' with order. J. II. Mooro.Lnwley. .

J. M. Alvnrez.M. Starke with their daughter Mrs has left my bed. 1 and board II I Fin II II I '
Marie McMaster and their sister I will no longer be responsible for 1-21-81-3-11 t :

F. Drown of Tampa, spent Miss Kate Livingston. any bills contracted by her. I ''I j t'1j
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the week-end In Starke and Law. Harvey M. Snyder
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. tey with relatives Spring dresses, newest colors NI ARRIVALS; I I
\ ---.--.- .shades styles at Marguerite's. I 1

I I Dr. H. tl. McLendon state farm CITY BARBER SHOP
Special prices now placed on everyone
Mr. and Mrs. E. !: Green a girl t'SED CARS
dentiMt, Halford was a visitor to I
born February 4, 1927. I.1
Starke Monday. I, -- :Mr. and :Mrs.Vm. Thomas a Look Thpso Over I' "
Miss. Madge Mlddleton Miss i boy born February 16 1927. II I II' STAItKK. FI.A.

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell was hostexH ] Florence Matthews Rev. E. M.j
Mr. and :Mrs. Daisy McHae a j
to the :Morning Sewing club Hooks and :Murruh Hooks motored 17 1927.Mr. t t I Hi25; Dodge' Special Touring j ,

on Tuesd.iy morning at her home | to Hawthorne Thursday to attend '' boy born February 'Suuit" !iumt,!,I 1, III'!I'I'I'" "II,''INI' ,'IIII "' I,,. i, "I"I'll' I,-
: and :Mrs. It. F. Starling 1921' Dodge Special Touring. I i .
on Madison street. an Epworth League Union -- -- --
Highland"' a girl b..rn.bruary
meeting : 1927. '\ / the two)piece I frock checks up\ on 1| I'12 I Ford Coupe.) i I

Mrs. S. E. nrownli-e Is visiting I -- -- 10 f.i>lion it does it very smartly in the'' 1-

her son-u i-law and daughter I I :Mrs. E. :M, Johns K spendingthe cull ItCII manner, shown alxtvc. Far thU, .pnnj5 '1 I I.J 1925 Imp inuring
II and skirts seldom <
v are "
Judge.,; and :Mrs. A. V. Long ofGaliiesvlle. week In Jacksonville the Enoch: :Marvin Rooks Pastor) .J I ii color and material hut they exactly afv Two 3-1 Ton Puiii-I Deliverytrucks.

I guest of :Mr. and Mrs. W. Laurie .,irnic'nlor match sufficiently( to .
l''Edwards., :Mrs. Johns Is attending Our Sunday school will be heldat si ' tlic ffc for ell h other. Piles Can Be Cured
'. anI'' X I ,, "C ychclknl funnel |I See UK for dependable. used l cars
..r. and Mrs. K. \\ Griffin Grand Opera while there. 10 o'clock Sunday uw ( has a collar

little daughter Verna Jean of I I and preaching at 11 'morlilng'l si. I'in'linKs' ( at the rums ma/p|. of the
i r> "I'uand.': of hnrmnnuiiirf shade which 1 Brooking-Tnrnlpxeed Company (Uthlng.lJllnd.lJlcedlng; or Protruding)
Jacksonville, spent Thursday herewith I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Strlngfel- the pastor on "Whftt You Hold In .
i> .1! for the dirt; while a second blouse
Mrs. O. J. Grlllln. low and two children: and l\lrs'l Thine Hand." Brothers Sales and Service
i, ln lw made in the Dodge/
( nn ;; exactly name color
: have been made happy II I
Jos. E. 'Wilson of Cocoa were I At 7:30 o'clork! ; In the evening .5 the skirt but of another material, such Many sufferers very

It George White or Earl Carol guests of Mr. and Mrs.V.. L. Itev. (1. S. Roberts, presiding older > m crt)>w de Chine. Notice- the Intercut- 231 E. University Ave. Phone 142 over the results obtained from the use of

could see our chorus girls sing Wall from Friday to Tuesday. of the Jacksonville Dlstr'ct! will ing pockets, cut on the bias; and l plow. i PAZO OINTMENT COc at Drug Store.
and dance in Stunt Night, they II preach and the close! will hold our rote also the well planned introciuctitin ofruin Gainesville Fla. any II

would hunt the nearest river. I' Mrs! O. L. Haynes and children third, Quarterly Conference. Let *-'" in the waint "which metes this a (Follow the Directions Carefully.)
sale a* "well as a smart style for tho woman I
accompanied Dr. Haynes' nephew'l, all the official be present with who
can nut wear severely mannish/ i ithii J
Mrs. F.. W. Uoddlestoa enter. Haynes Grant, of written reports. ( r '


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.\tac "I.TtUK: AT TIIK: samples of 72 varieties of furniture I being worked to a finish, many many additions being made to the
I .SOCTII/ 1'"f.flIeIU11I t wood was noteworthy. Our School Day new developments are taking place mummouth plants erected last

As one spectator passed the the utility rompanlPH of the state year, new Iniluatrlea" are following

Farmers & Farming I (Illy J. FrnnrlK" Cooper Editor) booth he remarked that "Pasco Are Growing are making arrangements for the utility plants and there is no
CoiiHlderliiK tho hurricane oftail County grows n little of nearlyeverything. many big Improvements some of need to worry about the future of

I September> ,, tlie rob'! weather ." The remark was! (hem entirely now projerts and Florida

s ((11.\l! .\jC1, < ,,,1',1' Kililor: ) of nhd-/amiar.v' und the fart that prompted by the exhibit, which Smarter
'die "boom" period is over I entered contained/ a great variety of products -
I the uateH of the South Florida from citrus through gene-: -
: Fertilizers For Florida Fruits and Farm Crops i
Knlr with fear and trembling sal I crops' vegetables etc., to h 1'I -
FARMF.RSAM TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE .lest the exhibition should not boup I roils Two stuffed hens announced : SIMON: pun AND GEM BRANDS I II

I ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS fOUND to (the quality| | III past years.Once that "they were laying I'nscoIlrnnd I "TIME: TRIED AND CROP TESTED" i

III TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR Inside however, thin 1111n eggs" 's '
Years Satisfactory Service to Florida CrowerRPAINTER'S
q''' COUNTRY'J ""roHiiry" fi ur WHS dispelled' and{ In addition to vegetables and Forty
I "could but marvel nl Iho Hplen- ,'11"11"" Ilillsboroiigh County hud HOW I

'. I ri.oitn ( 0\1'1111".1:11: Iwul. nmrki'lH, 'ioulil) lie the most I I did HbowliiK of tits grant" array of attractive nlsplays of strawberrloB( Write for Almanac, Prices and DiscountsE. !

j WITH M ui'i.i{ s si I i-ri.y I j
OF' ;\111.1'JlII'I\ UIVIDIt: (f'ltrus--While line report WHS loud' Indlrntlons of Its possibilities., her Important agricultural I Industries. I I t Jacksonville, Florida I
lniHi'il on InillratioiiH before Ih o '1'1'0' South Florida Fair at Tampa. Honey nnd crystallized

(Illy ll.imlin I,. Hi-own iUnary i Florida, front of in id-January, I tlioInilii'iilloiiH February" 1-12 wn9' more than fruits were especially good parts' -
development,, In Florida xlinulil Hi III hold, fair ''over, a great, iigririillurnl ex pos)- of the Volusla county exhibit,

I Is confronted with tin name conditions I ly (trio. A largo( liirrciiRU In production I lion.t which also contained a good display Y4r
found la every" olher' (for the T'nltod, Ktatos) n In the county oxlilbits :Manatee ot vegetables, cano and po /4 4No4pr

sparsely" Mettled stale.+ II Is neces- tenth oniu/ri'M/ and I grapefruit, Is I In I sot off to nn early load, but lames.R .
miry to produce milk at such rout proHpoi-t.{ The 1 prnKjiurt> for marketing eon Id ,by 110111'11'1' >< claim to hi Two hams each weighing 52
1 Hint Hie fluid milk ciin/ be converted lliin InrrciiHod |inxliictlon' ,, jlhr whole. Hliow. This rounty rap 11)1I11fH1'0! outstanding In tho
1 Into the various milk prodin-ts! lit inoro favorable prices. In not Ilived the l>lno ribbon on citrus Marlon county exhibit, which contained -
as Ire cream, butler. buttermilk bright./( fruits" ibo most prized: I bum' rlb- n wldo variety of 1 products,

r condensed and ev.ipurated' milk, J'IIIIII""K.-A strung( probability, 'bon In the conuly groups,, us well Including citriH, pineapples, vego- A29-IJ
and oilier hyproslnrly (hat/ may Ins llrnl nun on vegetables and sub tables, hay and general crops.Alnchua .
I Hint fiirinurH will/
I plant> un OXIPHHVO -
bu Htoreil /and offered, to the "ronh Iropienl" '' Prolix" other than ritriis. Madison, Jeffersonand
of thin
acreage potatom uprlngIs
I supply and demand) war- It In wonder Taylor( counties showed excellent -
i h HIM or" as no Hint ;Manatee's
seen by I the bureau. The last
runt., two yours linve "produced Nllorrropx t canoed foods exhibit: took first ulsplays of buy crops" )peanuts
tI'I *) Vliero, lias been lots said nnd ,:I' and high rrlrfw., and reportslo prize" for It contained 307 different pecans, meats, general crops,
written about Hie great shortage canned l und 1 crystallized products tobacco, etc Tlio llttlo tung-oll
Iliu biirruu" linlirnlo lint( faruser" -
it 111 I Ik in Florida. It luaus often of very high iiinlity| exlhlbit in tlio Alacliua booth Buick
I Inland"' to IncrnnHc potatoIUTCIIKO
i h Le( "'i1 slated( Unit Klui'ldn" Imports uliont la J per cent over, Thero wero more" counties cxhlliltliiK showed Boniethlng of one of thatcounty's I Owning a -
MOdd,0(1(1! ( worth or dairy prod I 1020.Sweet! : nt the fair' this year' than new crops. Jefferson Ii
annually. Much 1, space lias over before. Among tho counties county advertised Itself t ns thai
I 01 100R-
a A II liitTKasodncrouKn i
t "tuoy given/ In pnpent" and' maga of uwoet polaloeH (his sen-, exhibiting: Ibis year for thu first "homo of tlio papershtdl pucnn.V'o ." Reflects good Taste
t in Hut umber of cars ot time "\ sweeten tho world," I .*
von .should lio' iilnnled] by tlioKOgrowers were Orange and Duvul.. OrIIIIKK was i A-wnoou recitations lose half theft
milk being shipped Into the stiiln' who I ( need Ilio. InrrciiKetlHiipply liiid! an nttructlvo exhibit, announcement of the Sutsumulho I terror when a young girl stands.. confident

1 each dny, during tliu winter of for, Iliolr own MHO, who ran but not a very extensive one. Duvnl lund exhibit, which contained sn- I In the perfection of her frock for It Is

r ti2n-LMI.! : ( Thl-i has been broadcastedto products eggs, and along also meats pecans und sweet potatoes ;
.11! inarkeU. or who ('nlllfford/ pecans llnnlish: /( kings if she is not wasting thoughton
: I hll world, i i dairy conditions, as nn Inducement low prlrc'M" the bii- Their poster, "HilI:"I' cane, coin ,
HayH fro k will
come through the difficult!
,. to Interest dairymen from, oilier rcan'H report. Attention Is railed and sweet potatoes grow to perfection In most of Iho county exhibits, Then your car will appeal to your sense of
days without scratch for
slides, to eomo t In Florid.I. and, I buy to I tho "Tact that tho sweet In li-.ival," win tucked up the homo demonstration agent's a it Is not only
lands lo establish dairy farms iirruiigfl" IK generally, Inerens-potato by ample proof.) films and! the( center, and It Is well, for in plaits' in the skirt allow to
I VrlccH for" fluid milk In Ilio vnrloiiH ed during period of low ,, I nick anti vegetable one
( : u prli'cnfor I I the of this famous which
towns of Ilia stalu weroquoted cotton, und, us n result low Tops featured tlio exhibits of nearly every case It was the center Lorry when necessary ("anil when" asks profile motor car
.I ., us u bnsls of estimating prima< for. potatuuu follow IllKliliiniN: .'..Ik. St. hucle, ]lirev- i of IIl1ruclloll. In addition to I Mis eight to fifteen, "is it not ncces- never tiresome no matter how
1' tho profits t to bn derived from dairying ('abbngo14111 largo HnpplloH nrd Indian Hlver, Ilrownrd, liar- the I home demonstration, exhibits I sarThe) snug hip band keeps the grows many

/ In Florida., of lalo cuMmgo In tttorngo and anIncliiated dee'' JMnellits Sarasota, Leo and In the various contny booths (here t I House In place and also provides a pocketto Buicks you see.
J + Now at Iho beginning of 11)27) Increase of about :20 per I'alni IIeach counties. To say that was u special booth of the State accommodate on extra caramel for
.I 110 linve n surplus), of ''''"10.1'0- nil of t their exhibits were good Home Demonstration" Departmenthlch
rent In (the acreage: to early caliluign Study hour use.Surveys And Buicks wherever
lured fluid null(( In practically nil In Florida' and Texan, the would In simply. Hinting! the truth \\ contained, many things of you see you goboughtby

dairy crnlci-M In the, ntat This Moiithern grower slurs not appear' without embellishing it. Tho Interest to Iho housewife. Tho people who value finer performance as well
Is n condition. I Hint has not existed( tn bo In us favorable, a positionus fountain of citrus" wan an especial' evolution In the kitchen, with a nee being made near
In Hie lust 8 to 10 )'''""H. In fact, In I)2U.lleuim!) attraction in thu Highlands, exhibit. model of an old fashiened kitchen, PprtBncola by the Southern Dairies as princely beauty. Buick todayis a mechanical
t thorn nru" no rerordfi, of Floridaever rincnppli'H' Aero a feature nn arrangement" / of u. present day' Corporation with n view of establishing -
having n surpliiH" of milk ,during A repetition, In 1U27 of of I the .'"III and St. I-iiclo boothu. !kitchen with necessary cOllvenl.1 / n depot for the production masterpiece, with an engine literally vibration
till winter """"011. !Prior, to last year'H planted, m-reiigo would.1 III'ovlII'swn..llltn, of citrus' fruit ences, and nn Indication" and, dlHtrlbntlon of milk and dairy
the Hummer of 1925!) wo always with nvi'l'iigo, yields, produce it- was 1111"11"1( arrnnged.. I In ndliilion kitchen of the futue was note products. for northwest Florida. less beyond belief.
t.. j bad 'n, summer miriilus.) hilt I thin bunt 2(1,1100.1100( bushels, or about to citrus and vegetables: worthy. The theory of evolution The plant would mean an Immediate -

I dairyman counted on the winter 1,00(1,000( liiishelM. In oxi-ess ofproKpnt Indian Hlver pastures' nnil, dairies was' vindicated by the example of expending! of $100,000 and, Buy Buick I It is a car you will be proud to
season to h'I"Ihlill, across, Ms, apparent need* fur consumption were featureil. llroward" featured the evolution of a sack Into attractive would, also stimulate interest in
1 milliner IOHHOH.' HII.VS lie biiroau report. ornamentals. The model' farm aprons or children's hotter\ dairy cattle nnd larger cat own, and delighted to drive. .

Many\ runners. In nllllnl'llI ot (lie StrinvboiTlOH--A 22: per' rentInrrento layout worked, up by County( Agent l1'OS"OS. tIc InterextH. West Florida, will
y- state ors being' cut off ot a market In I the aorengo of Bully, Shcaly was an enpellal attraction As usual, tlio part of the boys' worm ho supplying nil of Florida
for their and mld-Hi'iiKon Klrnwberrlnx( barvested the 1'11Iexhibit\ which attracted most i iattention with dairy THE GREATEST BUICK EVER BUILT
milk n'i a result of In llardeo booth. Citrus byproducts {product*, )poultry nndBgt
I these a ItiI,iii Iio mChelt, n careful WIIH Indli'iiled when tit such as citrus fruit juices was cotton. and beef and pork.
lt survey" is made of our dully, 1'I'Io1'n8! compiled. and canned grapefruit" In the The exhibit of vocational agrl-I .

Imports, It IH wife to guess that' ('onL iloup0s-- Tile cantaloupe.Hltiinllon \ Suriisota exhibit culled attention :culture In tho ]high schools containod I I A good summer fare tho lies REGISTER MOTOR CO
tho major portion' of Hume imports during the past! few lo inn oC tine ntnto's /Industries such variety of products |' plo. of Florida. Heal J'Mtat": values
'I \ came. In as biiltur, cheese, years Indicates Ilial n diipllrallon, which Heenis duxtlned to occupy (that one would] almost get confused are being iuljiiHt 1. new' farms
I condensed. milk ,and milk pow of, list HOUKOH'M\ acreage In the early u more Important ,place In tine In trying to keep up with ar n being
1 *,k dare 1I1"1l1will nc likely to result In 1,06 county exhibit this dl1 Florida dairymen< inn supply nil prices> unxntlHfui-tory to (Ito innjnrlly That/ Iho negroes of the state ---- .. -

of the fluid' milk 'needed of n better of Iho growers, although prices of hogs\ will be maintained ore becoming proficient in uitrl- _. __ .':-- _:_ =.:--- : n_ :::"' _' ...;;;- .. --='_ U"u: '" .___: --: .
(I 111.1. It)., und at c lien per prices" widespread repetition of d.image, near tho 1928 level Tho number cultural work and the preparation ,
than, our, supplies, nt Imported by mildew In the 11II1'I''lul1111..y, ;' nt beet cattle' null\ calves in therounhy of exhibits: was easily Been on aatrip |
( milk Itsnots reasonable to of California would affect the slt- [ is at Iho lowest point furnlwty > through the Negro building.

tblllk wo will Import cheese for tinl lout, yearn, with n likelihood of It the meat contained in the Jackson -
ninny years, nnd purl( of our butter h"'IIWlollJ--I'I'h-pH received n price) lovel well sustained. The county negro exhibit had been '
supply until ionl't' of production for tho 1I2A!':! crop give ovvy direction number of dairy i tows ]tax do- entered,l i In t tho open' compel Ili inn. II'
tiro reduced.' However, Flor- toward, slight 1'1',111,1101114III creased" slightly, market demand it would have comu close to It inn Billy Sunday

Id.t dairymen tire entitled{ to a urrengo would bo l to Ilio 1 bunollliif ('ollllnllOIlooe!, and feed III relatively In first place.Tlio .

claim on nil 'Ilio fluid milk con the Industry. I cheap poultry show contained n ,
mi mod l In tho Mate Tho value of peanuts. .Spanish and runner PoultryPoultry, flocks have larger number of entries of the
fluid milk for 1I'llIklnIHII'l'"HOS, / typo peanuts' nppcur' to bo lu n been expanding, but the general usual high quality and wide variety I
is not Improved( by nee, as are favorable position, while Virginia outlook Is still reasonably good The livestock show, us usual .:.'_ _,._,_._ ._.._._,,_.._.,_.,_.._.._,'.." _'_" __" _" _'_" _" __"_' _'_'_" :

unpin oilier drinks.. It seems reasoimhlu or l.irKo-podilcd! typos are notCHperlully I for elllclent producers., was the weakest part of the I I

to think that Iho health favorable.Tobarro Considering Iho oullonk as a fair, although there wero some
olllrers of Iho slato will require :: ports and homo whole., It would seem that n good: good quality nnlmals In the how, The World's Greatest
f that I tho milk be produced under, (consumption of cigarette' tohaecoliavo general" flll'llIllIRo111111/ would! be .

h.f'' their Inspection as much) us possible InrreiiHod, whllu cigar and to get a few more good hogs, and ]1'ct.nnd Southern Hell Telephone -
lo Hnfcgiiard" I lie, health of dark, tobaccos have receded lu da- Increase their planting of corn Company Improving nnd extending |
/ the 1'1111""11I(>1'11. iniind.' and peanuts to feed these hogs system here EVANGELISTWill

j -.._ Llvl'slo''k and livestock host cattle also seem ,destined toiccupy Plant City-Work to start soon'
i r .\C l ltIcTIII'IU OCTI.OOU products are" In a faVOl'llblol'UKlllo11. a strong position during on $160,000 water supply Improvement.
i9 t I I'Oll 10.7 I.S; OM.Y I"'..llltTho I' Tho \probnbillty In. that the year. /
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ugrli'ulluriil( outlook for -..-.--._-.-.._-.---------.-,----..-..-.,-.-.-..-..--,.-..------..-..(. I

1927! la not ns "rosy IIM It might I Open A
5 lie. but II eoald be worse, the out BROTHERS ONCE PENNILESS tI
look report Issued by Ilio Bureau ,
Agricultural 1:1'ounnllci of the I
I'nlted Stales\ Hepiirlini'iit of Agrlcullnru MERGE GREAT RIVAL BANKS

reveals. The Klst of thereporiH
concerning cropn' hi whhhFlorida .,-..u-,-" ------..----_.______r_.,___.._.._.._._.,_.._.._.__.._.._.._.._.._.._. I II II Ij Six Weeks RevivalIN

I Is I interested U "reviewed .t\T the ages of 54 and 52: two

i here brother, who started( out1l'nlllle8s II
Cotlon The report" says (Ihllltlllh' I
f .. \ at the ages of IS and 17
tliei-o Is a drastic. cut In
to make their fortunes, have
cotton nrreiige or a 'near' crap" failure
cotton supplies "will Indeed merged two Oklahoma City TAMPA
bo heavy next fall." The diillrully (Okl.i > 1 :iiiks into one. making h It I

q of substllutlng/ iilternutlvo crops' ,,the 'Innnclal Institution of
for cotton' "Is recognized/ but the' j
there deems to be general' agreement I II
I 7. rs are Frank P. andHugh. FEBRUARY
Hint (he south would 1 profit
I ... ? --ilinson. Frank P., the
by curtailing
acreage, even up
30 per cent reduction." 1"1 1 older for 21 years has been president V ; I
t'OI'II---'I'IP, slow demand .. of the American Savings I
corn for feeding and tho unusually Dunk and Its predecessors In ;VI I
# large, visible 'supply of corn indlciite Oklahoma City Hush :M., for 23 I
years has been president of the THETampa
that Ih.1 I I
nn ncreago about
First :
National Hank/ of OklahomaCity. i I
name as lust year III' not mere Hum .
i tough for home consumption nail The the I it .
merged Institution of
brothers to be known as the i I II

HOW DOCTORSnir( : ; : .I American First National Hank SRS Morning I
I will have a capital of 13.000,000
roi.nsM> TIII: ri.r '
and resources of 50000000. ,
To break up a ruld overnight/( or I t x i
to cut short an attack, of grippe! "Start' as Journal In)* I'I'i

Influenza! sore throat or tondlKN. i Thd; brothers started out as Tribune
i' Journalists and-to their r I
physicians and! druggists are now present i
i recommending Calotnlx. thu purl- ') satisfaction time but deep regret nt the ij rl rlI '
fled! and refined calomel -they failed. They began
a tablet that elves tho compound I editing and publishing tits Kos- IlugltI.r. Johnson (left) and brollirr Frank )'., "lv. halo I 1,1 I Florida's Greatest
you effectsof I
clusko their rival tmnltx. Newspaper
calomel and salts I{ Star In Kosclusko, :Muse merited! j
,; without the combined This venture brought them only a I brother moved to Chandler/ Okla., president of the First Nation:; :
unpleasant effects of I bare living and they drifted to 'where go lent financial barking Bank ,,

i either Oklahoma City, Okla., where they and started the First National I'roftprr ni Hlvnl.t.
t One or two Calotabs at bed-1 started the Daily clarion. Dank. Under direction Will Publish His Sermons
of the brothers,
J h time with a swallow of watorthat's ,- Soon the sheriff was at the door Then Frank! P. organized the the rival institutions !I \
,1 pro pcre.l;
(I all. No salts, no nausea and they suspended publication. Oklahoma City Sating Hank with and KrcAt the time of the '

I nor the slightest interference with Frank became a school teacher a capital of MS.000. Within two of their Institutions the combined Complete
j your eating, work or pleasure. at 155 a month and Hugh did years It grew to the point where deposit of their banks aggregated I
Next morning your cold has van whatever work he could nnd. it could take over the name and \ more than 119,000,000.
ished, your system Is thoroughly business of the American :National. "\\0 ,
Insurance .Igrnts are getting! along In I
purified and you are feeling fine Later I Bank The older brother was years," said the older brother. J I
bought out a fire Insurance
of this
j" with a hearty appetite for breakfast I Institution and lu "W decided to get together and '
.Eat what you please,-no operated for mortgage two years agency under and the idency.In three years. ascended to the pres! show banking the business boys how" to handle the I' Order The Tribune
danger.Get firm
name Johnson & John- the
meantime the
younger "He's wrong" laid! the
a family package conain- ion. younger
J !ing full directions only 35 cents. But this venture did not brlllgpro8pe.Ity Chandler brother had and sold moved his Interests back to In brother. "We're not old nt all.We I
1 At ,I are-at the best n're aunt'x! : I
any drug store. adv.-tft find the younger Oklahoma
City, where he
became pest: now to du our I h st( .> ,--r ...



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FRIDAY, FEIJKUAKV IH. 11137 rt--i.'
time nddroHH.
rod nKalupt )'''". iiiitH ntatt* that
I 10. M. Johns legal] service tMirt will hen > dl'ltl'l-H 0|' plllt U Of btlHltlVHR of I |h.| ,
Saturday afternoon.Mr. SCHOOL iio.uin PitcllhlG&: IT IS' Plt'ltTIIKltKI: : (InlI.htluIlInt 1 ,
Haldwln known or unkma
'......III.IUI'UI''llllllIIiI''I'lillI''IIIIIIIIIII''UI'III''iI1,' ''' '''' '' '' ''''''' '' """' ''iiiiritiiitiiitiiiniiiuiiiitiii'iiiiiniinimiiiiin'niitffli''''' '' ntuiuitjiiiuiimiiimnti.igOUNTY ''' I In II. Edwardswero I L. 1'oxti-lle tenchliiK-- 51'v. t hH n..I.Ice l be 1 pus tct Isliel w.ko out'," MUd IH tiukuowii dcfviulantM to ,.Ihom, and thut tln>riiIH
MId. I
and W. .n.I''lItI\O
I wvok fi,r l-mir (
I'osU-llo l __ 35.00 lit tho Stato nf I'J.'IIIII. I
In Jacksonville las Hoard met In regular! sesslo Frnnce-s n I tl hl I Urndfor! .>m lit t >- 'I'"rnlh.' I IitiMlnhi'd no pei-Hon HIII, I.- '
shopping nurvlro
thorn.I Iho I
HAPPENINGS with all members lrl'Nt'lIt'Iz:: 1 I.. I Inoz rarmli'liiu-l\ ".._ 50.00 :,' 4 ut I 141 a m'lce. Florida. 1"\Uponvhoiu to would bind Ir"1'111.rof
week. honorahltf .1 mm II e..r lul'miIl.
\: t lie
W. ]Klckllter I H. 1). ;May anti .'\. I 11.I A. SpontioltK' ; triin i'__ 20.00J. I lui WITNKHS Klwhtli I ) .luilklul Circuit" amid tli. tho I : : Ma I it tI.f.'iu.ln' : ii IIIO.: I'ill.
: ni. ,
': II' Jack Howe made a buslns i: U. 'rency. \v. :Morgan timterliil.\ 27.65 :.111.'lul Ht-al 1 of his court, ,UN woll nhu 1.I"I alloxo by dlllttnnt I "."I'h :anO in.r,
\trip to Jackaonvlllo Tuesday.The I I I'eoll 1'1'''''' !Stile Htwmituru of (1.V. not btifti All- tn I i"'l't
TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS :Minutes of last meeting \ of thltt I, fourt, I hln tho-Mrd hAt' 11111"" ) '
I Ladles' Aid or the Methodlst : -I and 1 approved na read. I'. T. Lnwliui-n. ft nl touch. 365.00 :, Kt'hiuai.v. A. I U li 11'J7! nt 1111\1'1. any or tho, Ha hi di' tan
Lt' r
In .. .. .. ..,. ,...,.. .. .......... ,...... .... .. ..,'. ., .. . I ,'hum. diMid) .I' "1"I' IxIHI.I.
I_. iniii... ._.IHSll'LIjJLl'l'JUl".. ..':. ':.. .'. '..':.' .....-''-..' 'C'C'"" "co llIN"|:) "" ill"'C '':=tnHtiinimvi=-i 'w'-IM''-'iti'mi'=n..i-''it'''-'-''-' ( Inn-ell were dellK'itftniy vnlertained i \\'l low'8 Pension claims vvei, .1. II. Kollry. et 185.00 )I il-li 1W. ,\i-Dl'ltM.AN.: 11..1. And It ', nlh'I"1 II -axlbill

'. ,, i ) -t . O.Rollcltor !. :and 1 1: I that:forpornilouH tlis'uImtsc': ;I ,,h::.'il''III": 't Silt inprnptrty : >

.\. M. ]lllunclmrd last ThllrSIIIY'; I $ I 0.60 lure. Hub)' lloMlur!I 100.00 fly I Imt.ivod I in I I u..' )
Holmes ;
I (1'1"1\11 ,, .
iiftenioon. 8. DowlIiiK. ot WA.
I Lizzie Toinpkins 110.50.1'ti S. \h &14., ('IlI Iul itiUii4iwn (I.. nml, I lami
U,4-ut.-4 1..n"pJnllllll
<$ ness hour was upeiit. Mrs.: liuvliMouru ) S. S. 1,1-0. Janitor 16.00' for I (lm.IIIIIII\I.I., 1 Id hill relief .. t'rn iitfalntHtU'h I

IBROOKERr. HAMPTONci road 1 a paper on ""'hnt'li I tioiis from Ho hIInli .1. 8. drliivr. Jr., traiiHp.II. \ 7.50 Il.WI und inilcnuvvu U-f'-ini, ,

,, Iho Trouble\ with Mexico" whlcl :' \\'ou lll1lllll'lcls \\ero receive I ) ,j Aldoriunn trunap. 40.00 I 'nlltll l % Jmlloln /\1118.Tl'lHUMKOUM) It In I or do rod I I

4 . t, .i 'v'r 4' 4' ci was very interesting. The hos asking for elections to conned- 1 W. Thornton, janitor 50.00 ')'Iri'iilt lii Clr.nUuuri)Krndforil .CVimty KlKhtli. Stato tiInrltln. nil portion' H nutniMl hi thin not I-, ,iflivlnnr
granted un I. and if d,*nd, tliou liln. hi I f, ,
it-, to. Same waa '
duugh .. In Ohiinci-ry
ond Mrs;. O. D. Colson Hon Masonic: tally I at 11111111.1011 less usHlBted l by her two March 1611 I dIU'". J. Jones loiiclilngMui'tliu SO.OO I II heIr 1 or UH holrn dovlnocn.! louratvfBI'lintt'lM I .'
Inn ordered for Jlla Tliimtiiin : ::
elect :
Lodge. No. 12IJ.! F. & toni served delicious fruit sulai tlroovur 60.00 till I.5oliy14, or aNHlUrtlH I M1'I
i Resale Mr. iiiul! III'H.: U. A. Week, ltllnt>lon : L'unipliitnuiit.VH." I .

Mr, and, Mi's. S. S. Howling and A. :M ., met ]lust Friday evening! saltines mid punch. I Bids: on school houses won I Miuid: I MlUhol'' ut 60.00 I all I I ,WI'H" ,. II'm" In,1 any rorpnrationImviiiK I 1111'1'1 I u i ".j jI
Yltornloll, 'I..lmlll
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: MIaneH Louise Currnway[ Jewel 'egli; br meeting night.Third Mrs. 13. .:. liuruey) was vUltlnsher opened and bids were. as follows:: < Wamllii 100.00 : '.IXZlr I lolt'mlullt. MtoMo I l'I..tllll, lyhiK ",,I 1"1 rlu ,

/liT, bidders, J. 11. Kelley, $7i d.oO'V. <' ; cc 102.50 It upi"'iti'lnir, 'I'y iiillilnvlt 'npiii'titlil Mr. cnuiity, KlorUla, I Km.u.iluIl %
conferred on Sun 1.I HrownA. .
1 Jacksonville .
: Johnson and Ann'' Ward all enJoyed : degree was piu-LMilH III ( Illvil In tllii ilbnVC-Htut' ,) n ., t (' a it
I D. Dyal, $ 5tf 00 : C. ]o'IIIo:0:: ; cc 45.00 ; '. I t.i til.MII Tin-le."II.I'11 ." r.lIw.) at'it"' '
Ali Uiii .
u iNh ivy ut ICiu-lton 1 \ Uwal'l1 Tlios. F. Drown. daII1J Monday.Lawloy il iilll. >-- Unit I 1.lul. 'l'h"llIl..o.I. 1.'I"\1 .(111 "
K. J. Ward J22.50:! ( : Plin-hll .. 10,71 I : TiMiilniit,, I Ihi-ri-ln I iianioil IH I a unit tlto N'oith\v, I >Ht SoiithvM'nr \
,,. hinilier
Sniiiu !I"> Uiko last 1'rldayLuftiii A dellKhlful I soi-lul I time \vn: enioyed had much heeded .1"iui l.lir. ( ( tor, inoru di'Hortix >1 1I (
on u very 50.00' ] L-nM.-nl '.( III' Slut.' of Klt.l'Uhl, /11111Ii. I 1'IIt'ull'
e"111111-i and a bountiful Hull\ HiipperVlHitlliK rain Mondny. blchll'l'H.Y.; Ilazi-n.I ? ; TinSliriMM:;) Co., plungur 1.00 : ,tri ..lili-il i. IH tiiilciiottti, ..",,11M uv1ifiitinii I I n-t, tM-KlnnlnMT: I:::: : : ('I'( ,-.,[ i::i '
brothers( were: O. N., I J. Ward 42U.RO.:: l're tview bill- 'll l..iilil I'luiit __ 65.20 ,1\ )'c'iI'd; It IH IhoiorilMll *!ts' <"i I oi' > .ifil himlH, niul run,,, l lmt flu i < II i f
:Moi-Kiiii) of Waldo upeiiiinliiy 1.V.. Hayes of Starke. .'. II. > I HlHl I MillI lll>ll-ri Nllll'lll, .1"1',1| I ih-iiri', North' R< fi-ot ?I.I
Mrs IIlel's. J. W. Prevail |&U. u ;; 10.00 I : I:; :::: : gt 'I'I'I'I: ; : .' : c'
C'llI\ova. P. M. Uoothby A. O.! H K. TIloUY. IniUl.Hriidfnra ht "I..' .und' IH horoliy roqii Ircil ( n I I tin I, tiro Went ) I'otlH, ( l
h(',',' UH KiieHt of Mr. nndMI'H. !eiiy, of Waldo, No. 10 ; A. J,. %was visiting 1111'' ". C. WooteliiiHt Wiggins. $40.00. ,'ci. 'I'e1'I'lnt.\ 3.00 I :I :mi"' io tiix i>iu i>r foinpiuiiii: ; nioii I'\11\ Mill r r..1 t nioro, 01' 1.8.' to )1",111 I < 'i

,, [ L. It. Cialncy.1,1'ntiT ; 'I'lioimiB, L. U. \I'uwoll 1'. M. Dare'out. w eek. I Hoard ordered superlntemlen I). ('. JOI"'-''. mop I .003i ,"ill.ilil I hillY. .\.iumi"f :Murrh or beret A. ,l >. Moiutiiy.I IIU7!' IMIILMH. I Hi-- : -Kluulitir.Alwii\::' ':('In-. Norlh half tif hue fi.iuthi \j jII

I I'iuliolsU'r ami, Missi 1'. S. Mi-Mlllliin. H. I Ward l., !I Mr.\ and Mrs.' J. U. Godwin, of : and 1 clialrmaii to mtike unto fotod.i.v'H ; r. \\'. .1. Joiinn, broom. 3. 75 : \\I .' Ill I ,' ..11".1 "'IIH llf Hlllll\ hilt Ull:; \\ >t.t iiiaf1tr| uf Hunt liwont Snt't tiuai Tim, ''< < ,
sliopplug In I.uwte I.|> I IllUfll .UN. ColtroHNCll, 1 II)- Hlllll, lie all\ of iihnvn: : ; \l.olnir hi I lil.:1: ;: ;;
Itulford were 11.05 ,
I Lu bed hi Fliiholitter ami, JOSClhhlsChesser Supt.:\ U. Wiggins; of Ili-adfoixl pay roll. : Hunk nt Stitm'ke, transfer "MlllulllII, ui I. TowttHhlp) M.yemt ( s.iii'hItanirn -

motored to Gnliicavll 1.00h.e0.. :H5 ; I';. J. i.liiK' of Wednesday. I The following bills were audited Iliink .of Sliirki-I I ru lucid' 32. 5 1) I: I I 'IH l'iii'llii-r, iirilcrnil (lint I llilH or', II TwiMily-Tw.. (22)nr Kiml U-HH., n.n-.4.I
I I 35 nri't "
[But in-day morning.n. UI'UIIllIl1.0.. 199, and O. H. May: [ Tlio munjr: frlcnda. of Mrs. Cnthi- and 1 ordered, paid 1 from gene- I Dradfiu-d I'M. Tel nrliillugllniiKord 33.00','.i'ihu,111CI" IIHI iMilillMu-il, ,titivtivuchM I I) oni'o I In n llullruil wmk foi-, lalllllA) y"l and i-''Ih IW" nf you a i-'o,.
M'lno Teuro are glad to see hl.'ruut 1 5.0 ml : SI,.i', .'.1 roquired I tn appear' /pbii.l.utiMUiT .
to )if Sugar Lout Lodge of South nil fund l : ( 0. Tel.] I printing I Ii. rl..1, I'oiinly .1..II.h.l ,n Ima'sli.i.eii5ltIlIllc.hI | | Un I bill fuouuul'lnlsmt
aln.tor to "-
n. M. Ciuincy was lit ,. nr
again ufter being confined mnlerliil 3.00 || lit' shill. l't>illity unit Mlati
Joel-Held Mass.Mrs. M.' Union exhibited > uon
'uldo Saturday afternoon. lie,' hOllolIh Illiiess for two 11. "'. lil'ison f.r Norin.x 11'1.J. M.: Utmlvr repair' ._. .. 3.00\ I| ')'hla l-'rluuary:. 'tV.I .hJ I IU27.II. '', .M.\N. I hI' 1"1111. dny of M..rth.niriilnnt A. 1 ISI

I Orvlllo Ward of Jacksonville, iveeks. ]Ktherldw: .. ._._. $ I3.0i' 50.00 Clt-rk Circuit. "'"11\1. I IH7! : r.ltte .- a l>mriMi. of .'hi"It'1
KlimHyiItimlor{ tcinlilntfIluliy .' 11'1'A..I"Mt\ y iiiIT
[ pent Sunday here us Client of hll5 li. II. Loflln of Leexburg, --. -- Marguerite's\ Shoppo. __ :22.51,, lUmli'r, Icnrliliig 50.00 I (SeiiD. > 1\\)' f. .I"; !KNitnir t)' t.iui'ji.t'l : IS I wil 1.\I'II'1) > ,"; Ilt>-:II'ITh.) ,

Another, MM. T. 1'. Ward. who hit* been t the guest; of her mo- 'i'4''t'dci 4'.4t. J. H.I Kelley I \ Teaching 200.01 I lii-ooins. >): 1111.1. WII.II.\\I..I; thin 11..1 )1"hIHh..1 "11'( IiI'm' ..
; her Mrs.: (I. V. Kulitht and l six II. A. Newell "__ 150.01, .1. C. :MiinnhtK. 5.7&1 ,..,.lU'ltor for c'omplalnnnt.NOIM \ four' "'"". ,'ul"., W"'IH In ,t liItradfiird I
Lull -
fy;,iAI II. P. Uullley11olol'ed to I'rewH. biillillng ---- ) 2-11,3.1.I I t County .1..I.III.h.. .a w"'IHIIII'I' \'
tl.IIIt.s.. AlcOa Culdwell, has reuincd Mrs. U. C. Whll "_._ l2'.ttMyrwimi :! ''I\\ I ly ni" 1'1..1 I .. ,1,1.1) ,
Butler Sunday morning. V. JUIIVM, wood .. ___ __ 18. 51IIII'Ih'lI. \ .
to her home. : Jackson "__ 125.01' 1"II.h.1 .I 11..1. ..," ,
'* RIVER I, ,"
:> Supt. II. H. Wiggins, of Starki. NEW A. ) Incld.V. _" 35.OS II t 1"h'III. ,
Mr. and l Mrs. H. K. Henry of Mrs. II. Perkins 70.00II'II. I Iho lionnrnMo I ,rudw, nnf "
was trtumactliii? business her ,> 4 .1. \ :Moruim.\ \ irnyonV. 2.-15; lu I t lie circuit I I Court for HradfortlCuiinly. I\ AVITNKWM:: I Ch-fiilt nitdtin tu' t
Lade City were the guests of "Mr. II. A.e'l'1I ? 05.01 ,, I Klnrldn. lu Ch.Utuury. S tho Klffhlh: .hi'ln lul '
afternoon. I 4 4 -$> 4 4 4 .1. \ :Mormiii, crayon .. .CO niltrlal, mul I nf thlH iMitiit. IIH wollUH
+ 4
", Saturday and Mrs. A. A. Durden hint Sun- 4 <$> 4> 4 Mrs. (I. A. Anderson "__ 63.01:; U A. J ',1\ I", I'l"V, Al.loruuin(. '
". rinliolsU-r was a biislnet ;I ,1. \\' MorKiui. crayon .05 : L'n".III""I.| .. : I Iho Httfii'ituro': : thlH) I;tho: : Jml: I {t''
.'.' -;? T. B. dny. at tho I home Mrs. II.I C. IMtell __ 65.01( I 'H.t"I"III.1. Clork of thin Court.
A was given .70
party ..1.V. MurKiin.' bookH of A. P.I Iii. at ShirkKlorhbi. -',
visitor to Starke last Wedneixla, Hev. W. H. Hicks of Waldo C. Frl- Eunice Perkins "__ 65.0(, Uallruad I I Company' vt al I day January )
; and Mrs. C. Wynn .
of Mr. : )
\\ :?\I<" !:IIU. Kiwi 1"1'0111111111..
afternoon. readied hero last Sunday morn- Madge :Mlddleton<1 05.0)(,,1.1. llV.. AT.HKUMAN.": I J
day night. Quito a crowd was .1.V.. :MOI-KUII\ ci-ii.vnii ..__ 12.:16\.: \ Illll i lor IIIIII... hIM: I'luinl*. d.nti-
and 5.0i..aura :; )I Clorlt, Ch'rtilt Cnuil.I I
'.l-A'lIIr., and Mrs. S. ;M. Mott InK and evening. present and all reported a good! Hlhi-l: Cirlllln being no further 'IHIo ami iilhrr Itolli-l S"tOI'11, ,
tiuluet and children 65.01' : There :NiiTM'iis, : IIMIIJIV; children wore visitors to :Mi-t McColskey I Illnton I (1'< Ily C. A. 1< I'.
t line. thellrsi :
I the board adjourned, to meet Tin' 1.1"1.i ItitlUoad mipun'' > iiI ..1 Cli-i u
,, lie Saturday afternoon.( of Laku City, were visitors here ?uh is. P. H. Crews and I littlelaughter I Olive|| Itay _. 71.011J. :Mnndiiv' I In :March.Many \ nl' pi''i,a'' l 11,11 Klorlda' I 1.111111, und I in"in I Iuiat I. \ f"I"ly

Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 I. Crosby 11\0- Ihls week. Virginia. and! son. l'Ieney. I. T.\ II.lines "" ._ 71 .OU, Jo I I,'hit it ''I I I'i*. t Si'i;>i in'a, |I>I ton any:' ,& IL Company:'05 |11,11,, : :"I am ion; :, ; ,:.1.1.1 "II'I., ) *' ( ," .

torOlI to Starke Saturday uel'i( i MiKllzubeth. : Harris will\ noon Jr.. spent part of last week Hand :Mitchell ._ BO.tKl .. .1,,1\. \It "f I Ih.* a I hut. u un, ,IIH, II i <''I p<,,>ia, I _
.. ,
Ciould'nrlc "__ :SO.On: I'' 'II' II ui'.i' in xlnU'iiri''
hu\'c her bungalow; near 1:111': ''. A. W. Ilrannen Mothersa and IfIi.
noon. here with relatives.Mrs. : I "ill u ,. '"i lu, 1'.IH""Io.I u ,tn tlitt MII MI: .' .ni: nr AM,nun m J
tho flnit ot completed and ready for <>c- C. I I.,. Sunn' "__ 120.Inez ) I,0 ," II ii"t, ."'N.ii'M. li'H"I rt l.ul| 1.1st.suit-mi' I 11 IL I ;\ r '. o\% \ in1.. 1 \\ 1'11'1.1" -,
C. E. Crosby spent : N. Thomas and] Him lus I m ', t IlhtSIN.
'upnriry.Mrs. Curmli huol __ 541./111/ I"I. I Illuiguin "t'I'( .' h "r 1 ln' ul.o '
the week In Wauchula us guest of and' daughter I Cleo. and llltlo I :Mis: "h ini-'l I ii i yi l'l ..CI I lull**. It.I I : I --
W. n. Alexander, daugli A. :Mcltao 1111.11") .-. i I in .\l\ul'I I /. Walter t -11"1"1 1 I |< 'i'iliv ttotli-n' IM }\ on' that t'I holizard
v hisI'otlter.\ 1J. T. Crnby.IIr. I Thiehmnii'viu a, of Sampson Cllyattended II I : :, of TriiHtot'H: : .11 tIle, Town:: ofI
ter, 1111..81111I11. IIIY. and M ice S. :S. I Don ling __ li5.00 'u.n / Aitlitir' \ It. .', .lS I
of liero 1'rldn, -.: .lat'iii: i'. Hit. : :: ''h'I''x: : '\i. I",.ad" and 1t1n.I.. F. llnzeu I Moxie Jones of our tow have recently I (Ihe party i ): Mniy Carrawiiy "_ ill' 1111 Miti" hull, lOut" III II. Miaph-\ ii M.ny' I j. I r.iI, )pui'i'ha"n nf ttt.t'.M. ) ,n.i'

Hawthorne spent Sunday here ae been\ KiiehU; of Mrs.: C. L. Ii Ig lit. Annie Ward "__ 7 ii 110 Mil'I i I I h, ..1 I, KiaiiKlhi I I ( I ::1'-!u", !I,' Mpht) lUindH of thn '<.\MIl I Iu.i
: : ;; ::r'llIglh. "t"\'I"\ UrmU'ird. Nnintv, I'Moil.l.i, .' ,
Iii: .I..MI..U l l.a\\t< '
Ji- .v.
former's parent
the huh
of (
of SIIII'I((). W.IH __ i,1 7 "II I
guests '
11. Wiggins,
Sturko. II. '11 Johnson'
May, in I .1.\\< II'i h> il. At. I I. :M.'KlHli.- .li.hit )1 t.I. t. up ,tii ami IIH-1 1.1 ML2Mh:' .lay
Mr. and MI-H.! H. M.: llazeu. Dr. 1 H.; L. Illggs; : was a protonAlonul visitor. at our school i Friday. Leola FoggNorn i",, I"" I." .1 uiit-M' '1'. ,->"U"H >\\ Illluni ti I .1- .Man, h .m. I' I .'J ni, al om* ." .1.. I k I

'111 L. H. Ciuiney was tranaaitln I visitor here this I week. A party"' ) was given at tho homo lilua .. r.II.IIII l---ll.-y\,1"1.\- i I ItV." I. SappValt\VuttM-H" John, ':.""I I IV Said?il I.i I. bondii, t I'., datml tho! I .u i h.ilav :
ir I'I
business In Clulnesvllle Saturday; :Mrs. L. H. Kak'h was it' hllsl- of :Miss ()'J IIno Adklns Sattu riley I, It. H.: Morno: ? 1 7.9IMrs. v' ."I ulf., .MiiKrt'1. !I':. IJdwarOV." Kl-: ,i ..f l II':-.-': A. 1 lb.: 1 <>J') .'. ,m H 1
Mon ". .)) ,It i v I Il1\ )Ii.. I''N'' 1.11..1" I u,,, ''II'I I ID bo I In 11"1".1111 I I ,"i's' r rf u. -
last were\ jli..tO11.
morning.V. nesa visitor\ to Starke night. Several guemta prescut. \II. H. Mcllao .in.I iltMidfll and' I tn tarh t"| nun' ou "'I'i "'11 11'11"" lnlt'/ i's-' I atI

O. McCoy of Alack ua. was i a (lay. 1... Fnlch] "- 7r. II" u tlxnhovit. nuiiiiHl lndlvldui' allv. I II.' ruto of Six 1 'pir foul IHM" aiiuuin',, .
business visitor here saturday; ,' Mi- and Mrx. I'. B. Hunt have Mrs. It. K. Drown, of Jackson I Mr\ 'i. I.. II. Futch __ jr, Oil .ill"ti.l,N' '.,.I H dt-ad, IfMaliiDK, I.'. Iii,,* ,01 unit Ml iiovs, (HI"I l'f.h'-lt'H:. "olii l,, ,1"I I."hl.Juno J Hrml-atiually nml I >oiiMuhii':,, on Ibn of <1 M,.Mi' I h, -

afternoon. 'I just returned to their limne, hero vlllo were visiting relatives her rut m's. (!eo. Kohrrls "__ jr.oll) li and' 1 i-vi-ry if* ( Ito al.n\u" nanutlMiM wl h IntfruNl, i-uuitoiiH StIll, lind ,

six, last week. She was accompnnlei Mrs. J. T. Mourn: ID. IS 1111 | ,nal 111"1"1.11,1' In till p 'i- '
Hunt's -- ..
with Mrs.
:.| Clarence Morgan motored to after a visit h 'iiH havliiK "(' I'lalintiiK' I niiv, lniii-' Tho amount of homlH orforod I for
Saturday morning.JMlHBOS I (ci', Mrs. Thomas of Valdouta Ga.I. by her daughter\ 1 :Mrs. Addlo Pad W.Moore: truimp.- !5.)0( CHI lii I I'I. 1..II.wl,1, iluHi'ftlM-, laiidn, ,>." I. IM $iIIPiIIlIIl) n hIll| I hn prlncipiili I

Btarke IlcdiMibaugh returned to gett.; und Mr. and Mrs. Oscar AltI I.. U. )Kdwnrd: ". 1:1.11'1: '' ffl I ItlhK I am) 1)111, CiMinly,, If i Hiild ImmlH Hhll 1.11 I payatilu $1IMHI ,- .
Lubedla Plnholster JoBephlne .. L. 1"I"'hl.l.| ,) '''0 1.UI..llllv. Ih.- iiu mi tho I I u of /.oml.r.
his homo in Jacksonville lust Saturday drews.I Kdiuir: King _- 12.50' 14, I an r"I"\H. t -WI: H.MiiIii'iiHi, I ii'jx' und\ omliiiM: wit li UuMimln'rKith
Cbesser and Kuulo with his father --.--- .. :M. Nornmn 20. '") \ '1"""' I's'r h tiuai I Iir, I I 1:1'1:': IMdH will hu iK-ci'pU'tl I upIo
Sardis Sunday after a visit William !M. Corry. former \1)11\-1 N'i' lln-aol, mini li-r" i' p. on )Man-li 2lMh,
church at \\1" :
attended 75.011 : : : \wl' :t
II. Howard i : 110 ,
L. 1[. Dedenbaugh. nni i ii t Soul liwii l "III'fI. 5 r of Northi 1 All ,' IIr. ruiulnd\ i iTown
Jfli. H. Galney and A. L. Crosby; boy of the state road departmentand J. A. Conncrly "__ 75.UII' I '| iiailii" I'S"*''I' 11' ""lu"IIII&, ,J"I.I, withV.. i J: 1"111., Sucnlnrvi
Dora Johnson, first assistant olQulncy a lua. t he Noi, t"h, I TriiHtiiOH of t lift
business In Mi Miss pioneer tobacco) grower; Incd. ___ 8.95\\ u 1"< i 111. UIH! |Io'Iiug| ,i I I Hoard .r '
were transacting school II. Wiggins, a 10 %vldu nml 1 I'oiilalnditf hHa of I.i','VunV. t-'l'irl.lii. n ch'Il .tIl"I Irhvik .
canopy Thursday. teacher In the public ban died. according to \ I L. It. Gulney 0. I I'i'H 1'1, .., LX, t-pl four ( I ) 'i. ..H. ; \ for.! film: DO, |Iim ::::\, S.: It. ii. J

here spent the week-end with word reaching the capital.\ I lie "_ 20.K. ..0l. 'nionoi, I li'HH hi. 11"" hwiHt I"coi.s m-i (,. -, 'hlJIIIII of I lime lluuril" ..( .
;"ill! Thomas Baxter and clill4rcu II. (L Alderman] Oiiu ,and I 'lh"I. wI
and relatives in Jackson for10 I comIng OIU-hIH O'H In Hi Hit. hwi I,- "HIIPM.
friends lived there years ;
of Jacksonville are here had I llyrd, moving books. 3.00 I H( t 'i" ii" of NoiithfiiMl, iuiirl" ,*"r til, i 'i-i" Itli-.l rhufk n-forrnd, to All I,
vlllo and McClenny.Mr to Florida from New York to 2UO.llI'' '.. : H..II''HII''I'' | of Noilli'MiMt 'iiuai-, IH I ho (tr>poHltc days aa guests of II.I.\Wiggins, salary Miipt. 'I'II !:: :: ::: hn : ';
pending a few first big scula I ". ( O I arru in H Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter.JUIMr. A. (I. Brown and children engage In the production I 1.,. W. Klckllter. lid service 4.:1U: I : ) Ills. and I hi'liiHT' tlm N..i i I lIt, "i.t ijuai' 1111.,1..1 1 1 ) Hiitd ..11,1 14 II I'll I Io hn
here last of tobacco In those parts I IIT nl I Sitiiihi'iiHt ..,, SnldiMimlM '
of Graham were visitors 4.UO : iinarlfi' houndnl II-HH Ihll"r.\
Hewitt. of L. Klckllter. help exam : : ; : 1, 1.1
and Mrs. Tom I ,un .Norlll hy lain! JI": lv J. I<. ) ntinibnrtiil ,, lri.;)lu4iV -
Lake Butler were tranmictliii Saturday. J. i:. Adklim, trunxp. 55.0)) '! i.'iiNUIm< lo .1 S. '1'8', i hy l ", .
ViKklnx, superintendent TIMi.\ sc hil't'l.Ji4Effective : : It. T. Ostern. truck body 1I1.0u J- ,hind, of ?.I I",. Juno' Andri-\VH, nil that, 'SuIt Hiild i'l'is s I''' ,",'rvrn tlieluhl
business here Thurll l1Y. II. 11. ''''... .. ... .(nut of N'.i tIl'll14t j'tJitt-T of H.MHhitnt ,' ri'JiM-t city and till hlI'ly
Instruction In lirudfordcounty A. O. Jenkins teaching 117.5u) i .,.,. ... ; 1 iiiaiti lyliiK Hiiid) Mould, of
Mrs. 1C.I I). .\ nllreWIiwel'o of public -- .7' ami bnlnw In' *JawUtiiM i nrdor" of I Iho
.$Mr. and business visitor 12:01: a.m. Sunday Sarah Jenkins. 4U.UII Addild'M. Io I tint '1'"wl.r, Htarlu,,, *. ''cc's of I ho Town of Law' t'.y.
was a '
called to Bush nell Tuesday 2nd we have a new schedule. ]hllll! KitTldit." hoiindi-il on t ho Ni.rl h .
January I DtuiK-roii
Mttlu Iy 1"1"11"
of his sister here this week. Mildred( Pmil i 111"I 1"1\1 N.,1..l I ijiiai'tcr" Tinim) :.
bedside 1I.
morning to the of the Trains will run as follows: Ida Wiggins help, exam 11.00; ) I ninny lOot ii'i14. She Is iho "PI'lIc hl'I.1 | iii, of "1".'. W)! Twp. <51 l, 'is II I I'11111 fl.
Mrs. UOHO 1'lIrllih. Mrs. Parish Elder J. P. Huner pastor 1 SOUTHBOUND I' ice baby" nt Coiin-ll I'nlvprHir I ',, 1/1. K. KaMl: on 'tin Kiinl hy .Myri Vtli'HlV.: I.: 'rolor>:.
about tho time Christian church here will H. I II.) May! bd service. 5 20) I ) > .street I ( fninicily Tlioniat'' .SIMMI I ,5|", i-u"'.t'" 1-2 -I.: !r.
passed away First 1 Duo Starko 10:50 p.m. School ot I Homo Kt: cue' III les an* II
next No.; A. li. Siirrency lid service !I.OO) I ." I lie Hoiitli l hy .Mlt.-i.|, ill"'I) 5
her brother arrived ut her home nil his regular appointment No.; 3 Due Stark 10:33: a.m. different group 1>:" uf Htmli'iilu' ( III""H .M UVM hy IhnVinl' lino, | ,, ,
; '
"I \1..1. '" '"
__ 21.00 I '. """
John liege S'llit .l.i L i"
evening. : gllH. ( of lltiHldiiH '. i ,, ,,, :
and I A ,
f She was laid to rest at nimlniell Sunday morning No. 303 Duo Sturke 10:03: a.m. J. I F. Colley repairs :3.liulgley euro of Louise (cnrhvc. I.ollioe ''I.-VMI::; cr'; HI a I"'FI'.I': ; ; ,l:an"nuoiili:" :::, :j I ; "I

Mrs. Parish will be remembered n.V.. Moore of ThereHsn. was n NORTHBOUND material\, 20.3M: ) : doesn't uuuiu to itiiiul it. ''In I". ...1! ". .I"' |,uKtt II7, of :1 i ,r\Vl'Y: RT. HYIEI
friends, an Miss. lust Monday. ( & Davis [ puMliniMinlM, of I liijulfmil, (:'"" I
.. [here by her many business visitor here No.; 2 Due Starke 4:08: ala.No. 1 N. 11. 1 Hull desks :i JI.r.o' I \Flu HUH: half,, "t"lh"II"1 '11"1 I

( Rose Andrews. .------ 4 Du' Starke 3:53 p.m. bonds, .. 15.1111< ,, ,tiu-ii .i: or 1'.1..1.i.ii.ii.i: .<.> 'iorr i if.\ I'tIl i.\ I' N'orlli'-axt, <|,11'' h. I', all In. .11'1"*, | Mortician, Starko, Ma. 'I'IJ I
I. It. Davis ruit ii :< ii. :' I I :Jl,, Twp. (I, Mouth, It. 22 "': ,
lUlney tnuue a bii lnesntrip ci> c 't> o$> ci' rt t' :No. 301 I !Due Starkn 6:16: p.m.STAHKK I I.M \ *HNT or 'io\\ '. I "HI
: II. P. i Bradford Co. Tel. printing 3.00 'i, in: ;That: Ji HUH JniH IM--II' I in' !II I of Flotilla, Funeral] .
:; : Member
[ to Daytona Monday afternoon. 4, AND AVANNICKN'o. traehlng 4/J.OII nl'1",1'; CH' nil i'on11 <>f KlHlilh:I : : .Ii.'Iiliil, i ., l'II: ]
Kstelle: Uolierts. 1 I! I nit' ', lor, liiadfi i ,d I 'i.'oiini' I
% Kim Iduli.itn .
i It. L. Hough spent the greater 4 : 101 Leaves Starke 6:30: a.m. J. A. JoneH' 10.0"- \ II, "i"l.y 11,11., <. IK KM! ''I) ,I" ''illv I II ,, ,I. A. 1'.vIH, IH "-"" "' I Dlroctorl and Kinlmluiers Aijciatlon. .
tobll..lness i, 2:10 ,, I It I' iniiv ..1,' MI li 1'h\> I I ,- III"- ami) lie 1"10"1
ot last week attending LAWTEY :-0. 102 Arrives Starke : p.m. I ::15.00 \ h in .41,11r..u .. I ul..v. iiaiuud' r pal It. Ilaiiiiermun\ Will < nil In1ii|
[ "lvl'' .
In Savannah Ga. 4 4. T. J. GRIFFIN.C. : Ins. Keller 25.illrudford \ ,Iii"'uiic, MH-i-lnl| I li K''"lat; "h'Mit r". -d an .II..IIUIH(|,.r..IIIII"( and I".H"IH that I Hald 4' 'O'"Ii-' I

__ __ ._ oilier 't' 4> + <) 4' .i' 4 4 4 Ii 1:1.: i'4'lIt '.IIup' 'O'l'H'I: I Co. ')'el. print. 3.30; I : | ,> Klni to\\n|il,lu,,',rl ut SliirldItrinlfDiil':(Ilia,' : ;rt'Kitlar,' i,:,: mfnl'.Mh" : :)::1,411my. : ':I Iii ,.;. I"I uju muvu:liiNllluli'il I'cloiidtt' I:I :\ ,frutn| 'o <|I:'H.-I hu 5 11'\: 1':,".I llth and I ,5 :{HII\:::; \ PHONES
the of \l"liIia
York state has set $ < r III HlntK .
IfKlHliitiirn olli
fjNew, ; McLeod ofVIelrose > i iiIH t, IIH Io 1 laiMlH, I,""' '
good example. It doubledIts Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ,\\'he r. gist rntlonboc'lc "r the 'l'own"t I in 1I1)1) a Mil "-,-iiltirHn, '"'"t\ "I tmfttt'n, d.'ui'rlhfd, ,".I. l'Il" ty Pay-1 Night-'GO-W
1 [ tales a Morethan were In Lnwtey Tuesday. slack.iIm'iia., ( will 1'0 nieui nt'h fcr Town for Countr: t'ii.huig I I.,. K,>"'{'' IIMM'lllul |I''W..H II""IIh" ..Iulll"I "I ; ,and to cancel and 11.,1, ,
In 1926. mil'
( tree planting and eon n.I ,' oifl.'c, il I Iii! ('hmk III I h(1( YIlnll. Hitl'l\ town. un.I I gu'noIIiig lh I >* .I."H of nil 'pi-nmliH "rii-pti.1 With C. JoneiIt
lllancbard tfMMIilfHiiil
!M. Of tlltt Hlli'l' >
A. h"'I1"8, WIt
t IOIIN le
20000.000 forest trees were ) rr..nt 1..Irull..Y. lot Ii 'n M".h121h 0\VH lltlt liulel'l'ull l or c l.ilmliiK un fi
I ,
friends and relatives .. ) I .IKIWITH, rlKhlH, 1111'\l l.iii.t's | 5i.14t In
A. Were visiting 17. f'.r t Iic re""lIuli ofelectors. 1.1.' hl"II aKaln t f"nplitlnant'M
1926 \ .
' In the state during last week. and IvStyle ;- Illlil |>II l riVMlIlK UIH i Nil III I tovitli title. '. to i-njofn' I 11ariHi'itiun lu ,, ", ,! '' .
is I more trees than have I In Melrose ,\. }'tiTcJr.rt"g \ I I a niM'dalharter I fur I IIH I&'V'< of any' HIU-II claliiiH' oi lileM'Ht ._ -.
state in Mesdames L. H. Hill F. Moore Officer Town of Hturke.4Gt34 ,"I II""'lIt I I In, I thu I landH h".11" tihvo tliHII
1Plnnted in any other C. I K IKMf'hiilriiuiii I I\1 I :H. Ibr.l "ml""O''J'II'J'I

and 1C.: n. Wells visited. friends 2!- : TnHii l."u..I.. I i And, ynii; and I ...l'J5 (if yoi, and" 11/I II

-- 2- l-ttl-l-l\ .of y'U, und all IMMHOIIM' 'and roi' I
I p.
____ I :rat: I IOUH: heroin, :hi-font: naaifd: : and:; 11 i :_ i I

== 11 nTH fri'iud (I.o, ami. till puitlou In 111"1" John B. Thomas
THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME Ill circuit '''llt't KlKhlh' J"II..h\1 1'1.' '- oidfl't'd" and r.,1| II "5.1 io .
I .. 1"'n\lr"I'.J County, .l'lorln ...,' in Hiild' riltlNv on Mdiitltiv' I !>.> 11 I 1'1"da I '
I 9t n 1.I '" I of :1'h., ,\. I I. IIHJ7 .*. 'aiiHwei MI. \ 1'HSTI.II':1H'lu'n: : : :<'r

J. II. HAXO.V.I'ltlllplUIIUIJlt.: I 1"11 "1,111" mi itxhihllfd i illIlhIhic'
I: I, ymi IIH ,1"1"1"1.( falilnif' whd) I I. Hlnikc .
v.. 'I and 'lh of ",'.1',1 1101'111.
'1'111'I: 1.'I.I.IIII I A T.ANl I' AND: \ill In* filter" "'.1 aualiiML y mi
1.\1.\11'i 11 AT H I iN 'I< .M I l'.tNV, It IH fuilliKr, I oiduri'il" latE Ililn, nnt ,
TLI 4\i < 'I<""nl'uHA'I'IO: ir. .\1,., t )I. M he puliliHlii'il. "ll. a wi*.>J( lufour "
lii'findantH.Onl (11 fonHiM-iil v'* witkH, I. II ''I'CI.I II.r'11.IDII)(fIIIIICILI.IfIWII'HI
., .*r .if lu hllcii flmi i m-wnpapef" puliMhe|| | lit and liavtn I
MiTK'K; 14 IIKUJ'.Itt I I : ) lilV; 1 KN: 1 ')'IIi" 'a I K' n* ml < in lirmiroit'oiiniy HI COFFINS & CASKETSand

GLP ic \MU W4 .1. I M I Hjixon' iiH complainant' I ill": I : :::::::: !t'loi; : I Ida.: I io wll liradf.ii i '
'ctinl Tt :
e44.T4qf2 .:/ 111..1 ItlH Hwnrn" bill of complaint I II v. h'Kraph.II.HH !! a } 1.1 ne of :
O Ih.t "hovo <*u u HU nl&1 i 'I 1 h.. I'I"r l and lll.'u" n _,oo OlJE ..In Land mill\ InimlKrat Ion Cunipaioi r-'itl' I :< *IMIIII" v, l'loi:I '1111'. IsIs' I II.)', ..I it
< I poratlon, If fn "xlHtnrf, litit .. day of I'Viirii.'i I y, I lJ7.: ::: Undertakers' Supplies :
.I r ,ii'it, ",''" MM, nil'..'', or :II.'H!' IT.NKHH: :; 1 : ) I DM:' hniul:' : : of U W Al I : II
Ir r lily, who ur' unknown 1<> him nil" df-rniaii, f'lerk, nf Iho I Circuit c'.unKiKlilh I 5. i '
t" all I I piTHonn, II mm und corporatlu. ", ; .' ""kl,1 <1'1"| tilt, fin,. li...1. AlTOMOltMK! IIE.iCSEI:
I K ,down or, unknown, ,,10.1.,1. c.'w..1, I',11.' "II"t, |**|1..1., and, ihn ",<-11 ), ,
h"v, 1 AI..n band. b.k .., .
il,'" <*"tili-nl or otlnrwlHt', of ), Tb I1
I iw or t'lulmlntf any Intf-rcni I in Ih, O.V.. AI.DnUMAN, \\1 .t lh. law..! .d..1' ,
Llitlr. iMTtihlufli-l'' '1..11..1.' | to. I I"I (Xftali Clui""k. Oi.llun in Klxr.uh .' .. '1
lll41'O ( l..I0l( 11'til<-t lit I.* HIM! to IItil I C: K, 1'1 fUI1\.*'. : I.;" UI'PI EMIIAI.MKUDEWITT :
I atHl, rainfl::::: Ih"I ilaliiiH; '.f till |M"' 1,111., Cuniplnlnant. 1

IHIH, lirnm) HIM, <...i! i..'ruin" .iiH imaii. .I : L- I :' ::u C. JONES :
t I h, I
1 clflhIlliilIitiIiH[ | title. and to unjoin I
of >*urh rlitlnm .., I I.II lilI4 )1
HHertlon any
II III I ., STAnK }: FLA. ::5
nml conipliilnaiil t Kiaten tli 'Ir"11 C'oiirf. I II I
truxt. Nllh'l .11111
\ >/ ths i audt'cHH: or :iiliicu: of |;MIHUI| >HH :I 1 ( 'It. :ill, ti I "'" lot' I.I I. 41)I) 1

'h.. fit,III (IffttiulMii, It l III..Vii itr IOn "iiuut-Mry. lit ( >' I it
t / : : t 4- riowit. unknown I Io him'' ,, und tli I |I[ 1-. Clark and l.uclmi :f.t'l )1.101 ))I tt )W 'I 34 UII IIIIIIIUIJI'
M "lan :: : .
: \ \ : tm'r.* p4rM'm, Irt .Ills HtutolorUItt I l.irlt.1 HU U'lf.CiiiiipiulnaiitH.-,
I N\\\ "' known (I.> him I Iho m-rv),',"I .
wliorn w',ii Ill ht mlHI ,I ,.. I"I
r".i Ji'I'Miihtiottiia(of t lie upon H"I'I| .ifr.-uiia.ritH; arnplitlnnnt ,. I 110'I i ..I.: IIh..1, Company' ,
\ = !: ullficiM that h*> ,lo*-H n,,.I A I ""'," 1,1 ,., al.) ,
( r\\ \\VN \ n Ii ic.w mid I hy, dllltfi'iit I Hcurch Jind I I" l I I.. ri-ndaiiif., PATROXIXKIIOMK
-I 1"ll'v bun not h-pn ahlo I., um-i" u..r 1..1'1..1.' ... Sal i 5.i 11-i...., .' I
: 'UIII If tiny of th. Kill d ttfrMlittii | .' I ,... II"S I. I_I.., IHJSINKSSHIDK
/ I.i llviuK, or I".d, furl yta'l'l''l." : i 1-: iueiutisy( 'JVI'S.); 1'1.1',
I ; 4.I'. all"< ". I that titer" imiy ,he, |I'"'', ,IL J.. '1.,1. "111 ... ".. : 'llk. h'' :
u fi3 All4. fit' HIM' urid' foriiortillonH' : In)nitid ;1,11 :', ;"oitplitlnIiuilu: \ ': ': )' .1, II;)i,1 1 : :.I EH\I.U
ss? srvvp : :: fn" Hi", litii'lH Invotvi-d: : :, In, th luuv.ri, lull 'C h'.liipJlIIilh' I

\ Hili'. whoH.. mi in''. rnKldi'ii'-o. or phi. ., .., 1'''. n"II"t lii" I" ''' ,, BUSSES I
> In tiiiltitowu) to him, nIl''I" ltuhllrl'u'l '.nsplithiy' I i.rpuTllIittsIus "",
> / JV Into tfJl .r r hii'liifH'i' .
p? ) %lVnEf! our heroine goes out .. .', .
f I i nntd Ml) t'-lh-r) JH i-ruy-'l, aiCMlnit )I'' 'I' $.1110. .111,1 J.lw I' I H." .

\ t J--c r-< .,1 open spaces' of town or countr, >i kituwri I au,,) link"'", .1, .1..t",1 jIll' 'r'"H"'. lr till. 1.'I""ld, 1"11..1I I II Schedule
I l. V > IttH.TlinilKFOitR. I 'luiupilshy, it S '.rp"s itt loss. ': ,
: fur travel', ,s{>urti or busintss, ihe doci i it 'It : :I :\ It In orilprM. th t iprmi II I III I"r".I. 'I'h.) I" 1.1',1' .1 ill I m.

smartly in such a coat as this. K it I I ." 'IH.' or l..rI.v'rtt. | ilIflIl 1..H,4 I I Ir .' p 1"II""II", I ".ssipiciy. I' l'l' 1"1'V"W FO) JAX-! a.m., :

w r Ku-d, with the name crepe de Chine irt.Kb a,1 r 'I 11115. !, th".;i I\ 1\.i.\ .::!: 'hnrln, % (' ":?''I;tn.Isr.11,1:;:::, .II ._ and t p.m.

0 1JV hi"I ho,r th'-lr, or I UH h.*Iru. ii|"vi.! *>..., ..1 ):.. :>Ilch"I"J Mlrl," ': "
the I '
frock Is
I TJ her tn.e. ) ..rant.i-". I'stto 9 .NiiiveHHorM or u : :r"I lCh'll., I "::; .VI lets tu:'. nm (; \IU-9: : I: a.m.
enwmtile suit if this family menlane ". n"lnil\ PTHOOH HrniM and enrntloriH cillm' ,' are llvnp. .11 1.u,
an ; .11<" I .
-/ '' ...;? ,. hiivinic I or cluimlnic HI Y MIall 5 of I tin* .ahovo ",,I.tlII 1:15 I I :
V : ----__ s 7)4t ) / between coat and frock Is luckinihi ", hI itcrcxt! tn, thoHu rcrtaln: Itindrt Iii '. I i.r not In ""tHtincf, Ih( 111'I Inr -A II
Mrndford lit,IJI' it* lu'll'H" tlov IMCOH, Ificiitcif". 1&
i :nf and, h lni( III foil L'
hal then a must d.whing top-coo : .. .
:- 'lure r>f Florid\ known und d.,, (I hill1HHiifM or itHMitdiH, V Ill. at <'
The buttons and worked buttonholes 01 I "ilhfcd an follow, ,,,-wit: UII".WI to rnnipliiiiiuntM und t I' ..itp. -
Hotit I hfnrtt 'I""rl.r i.? Huntxt I,' )HrtiiH and c.oiporatt"ii'known I '
even. sleeves and front dosing are thonly ,. ,'l'hs' quart, loss th. I-Inwt: Thirtyid \ ",; ; : or !unknown.: nhN,*nt, *.MM: : .tl i': Workers to/to fecilazyl.nguld"biue" tl

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from the Plant City area the principal -'
strawberry producing section -==:::3
Bradford .
County Telegraph ,
4.-- of the state.MIIUI .
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 ': ....' ..1 C .111)1. t.... \I.N I Beginning

Nritkd IH. herclij Klviui 0 hat. 30lnyn (
Published Weekly on l-'ridajs; and Entered as Second Class %,y < .tf teI liite lu-lfof, on( >-wlt.2l : '
l ilny of Mill-oil, 1027 I t tho iimlrrKiitneil -
1 Matter at the Tost Office at Starke, Florida ItiatUlHii: of I I'uru, liyal '
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Minor, will iii'i'lv, to the I'onntyiJuilm
E. S. Matthews\ ._________.......____Owner and l'ublisher ;1 ; '', ,"'"" for.I mi i- of orili-r r isriKlCoid' tr 0 Bull I 1 County at prlvnlo. I) I.I;'IorItn.nal I< : : Friday

1: L J.g C. Robinson_____._______.______...___Managing\ Editor \ ,... "'."' I till 'h.i 10- the liiti-rfxt foiloulnnr I nt I MO di 1.1>.nprliii-u Mlnnr t tovit I hiniul ,-
: I.otx. 7-H-'.'- 1-1J-I3 nn.l Hi
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SUBSCRIPTION) RATE fonl I'nll fl 0 11'. Pliirhln.. Thin urll'I'1
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A. li. 1JYAL Uunrdlaii.,
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-l'ayable in Advance ? \ 2-18-51-3-18.

I Advertising Rates on Application \ <:'\,,
", Tallahassee* -Florida's new state
prison now In course of construction ,j
Stale news : Cost!'! of living climbinjr.o at Ralford. Is rapidly nearing ,

tho structure stage: according to
Gainesville was!'! host to the fourth annual road builders '. C. W. Hunter, state supervisor of The Greatest
(:iJ :t\ Industries. Concrete for the noon
conference this week. I'l\F\) :
L \>! (1 f'\( bas been poured, and the work' of
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o It'\. r\t\ = placing the walls Is now progressing
If whiskers/ stand for anything the chief bolshevik of the COIT./ .:' ? ; on the first two unll.... Floors MerchandiseSlaughter

world passed through Starke Tuesday. > I1\LP'\\\ GE .' have already been poured for the
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2 kitchen, dining room and bakery.
o OAVS; i When the first twa units 01 the I
Three counties have funds ready for construction work \o\; ik1MOS\ ,.;A\JSD ; ew penitentiary are completed, facilities I

i I on state road( 28-Columbia, Union, Bradford.o (/ I --- 1"\'I'\ ;_t!", ;,..,.-r7I-:: LiI.IUiTr.Y "'I':" ,":'\\.- ;: ing\ the will entire be available"prison for hOl1s'l

1k ii; : which now consists of about 1,700, In the Historyof

Usually forest fires cause great damage, but this year / )) ) Y1H ) \ w Mr."; Hunter' ive a capacity said. The of upwards new prison of

they are proving services to Florida destroying subdivision 3,000 onvl..lII will he one of Starkeor
!nil.'kers. ( I tl I." Most landfill a out U p-. -'totteIn !

: o \ me country.S S S .

There is a town in Bradford county by the name of Ziff. I
Newnli IutoIus set the other
j Sounds like it ought to have a skyrocket growth.-Times. 1 4 I ( i/ ,. states u !good example. It doubled
Union. ; Its tree plantings In 1926. More
\ I Bradford County
) than 2i.oonOflO forest trees were
o l planted In too stale during 1U26
.. ; The Dade City Banner says the Seaboard Railway, after ( __.. which i H more' treei than have

orders by the state supreme court to build a new depot, "re- ''I \ ( been planted In any other state lu .,.
any yc-r.
painted the old one a nice mud color." g:' ._.. .
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o '. sTJ; ?; ,'t! ::"I Southern Hell Telephone
The wells I being dirvcn for oil in Florida may never pro- -T.'T .. :.. ._- Company Improving and ex- SamRosenberg's
duce oil in paying quantities but the drillers know the deeper I II I II tendiiie "j oti'iii here.DESPAIRED .

they drill the better the flow of suckers. -- -- I
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; o I Tallahassee that he has been awarded the contract for the STRAWIir.ltltY 1IK.1I11NU: :
Wonder if the the Gainesville Sun is boosting another man I construction of state road No. 4, south of St. Augustine iri I ON ivris IJ'I.'UUUU: : OF HELP[

for governor because: Governor Martin slighted the University -I Johns for which the State Road Department -
I i St. county, opened TullalinsHt-o FIlL, Feb. H.-
'k City ? I bids in Tallahassee recently. Although: Wolfe) was not, Whether the Btrawberry Industry FOR RHEUMATISM
of Florida I In the northeast and
o |I the low bidder, he has been awarded the contract for the
I Plant City section la to be handled 15-Day
A (death warrant in Florida<< is another step to freedom ; .sum of $336,593.18.: Chairman Fans A. Hathaway, of t the by express refrigeration will Then found I

whether it is freedom in this world or the next depends upon i| State Road) Department, has consistently stated that he i iI iaI I he Investigated next tall by the that immediate simple treatment relief I

the extent of your bank roll and your lawyer's ability. I in favor of awarding contracts to the "lowest best! bidder.", InterRtato commerce ('om mIssion. gave Determination
A hearing; In tho matter was to
o I :Mr. Wolfe stated Saturday that he is ready to commence the have been held at Lakeland on I
A Georgia farmer had lot of cotton and lot of sweet For years a prominent man of Town- .
a a ;( work of hard-surfacing this section of state road\ :\0. .J 1 1i February 1 7. but the Florida I'all.1 B end,Va", Butlcred the most torturing
r potatoes. He got 12 cents for his cotton and $1.63; for hissweet Record. road commission requested a poBtponement pain from rheumatism. When he lay
i within the next twenty days.-St. Augustine (
1 on thi ground that It down at night he could not sleep for the
: potatoes. lie blames the! government for the low price I
u hud, not been given ample time In aching in joints and muscles. Then he '
of cotton and thanks the Lord for the high }price of the yams. wlildi to prepare data for preHentntlon began using Sloan's Liniment and it'I
NO "FKKE" ADVERTISINGMadison gave him relief at once. StA
-Atlanta Constitution. I to the federal board.
(: Knterprise-Uecorder) ) Riillroails and the American "I want to say that Sloan's Is the I

Rumors galore that Judge,0 A. V. Long, of Gainesville, is The Starke Telegraph)) announces in a recent issue: that it Railway and Southeastern } on greatest the market rheumatism today.medicine I, tried that every Is

going to run for governor. The judge won't tell! us anything! "will make the regular charge for all announcements, notices, preB respondents.companion The linve Interstate been X-I I medicine but Sloan's that was is the recommended only one that tome I

about his secrets and we don't know what intentions lie has i readers and local items pertaining to entertainments!'!, bazaars, merce commission will go Into the did me any real good" he writes. I

1 in the matter, but IF he does run, he's a sure winner and<<1 amateur theatricals or like conducted for profit or where ad-. question of whether sptnlal provisions Sloan's gives reul help because it'I
( should bo made for hand r doesn't! jut>t deaden the nerves. By
sff will make a corking good gon'I'1I01'-Gainelwillo Sun. !I mission is charged. Rates will be given upon application. ling Florida. : ,HIrau Lorries.Tim / stimulating the circulation it helps,

0 I The Telegraph is standing firmly on its rights and is eminently cane. memlierx, of tho FlorIda \- I, the body to clear! out tho poisons that

: The High I Springs Telegram! says! about "99 per cent ofL' | justified in its nnouncement. Too often the news commission assert will resolvi'. ore Just causing apply tho lightly pain.without rubbing. ,

the laws for consideration asked for the paper's, courtesies are taken as a matter of and its Itself Into whether Florida will be
up were not by t peo- ) : course Right away you fell! a gentle glow of

I plo) are not needed by the }people, and are not wanted by the: only stock in trade( publicity, considered as free as air. permitted trawlicrry-Ki'owIiiK to\ compete states with of other t the time warmth the and pain comfort stops. ,Get and a in bottle a short to- I

t }people." And they won't be observed: by the people. The Enterprise-Recorder has in mind now a well Known South and I It wan stated may also day. All druggists-35 cents.

' o_ _ singer who was recently in Live Oak, also in Tallahassee and mean revival of the strawberry I
Industry In the northeastern section -' )
i: The l legislature could well afford to trim off a few state'I''given wide-spread publicity in the newspapers in each city of the state a region long

j:. "pensioners" and divert their salaries to the institutions of | for a concert ho was to give in the churches there-no admission dormant In the shipping of the

i higher learning. The state! can do without the services of :, charge but a freewill offering for himself. He fur- fruit.Considering quantifies L
of the
some of the former but it can ill afford to limit the activities nished the singing the churches the place to sing: and the herrles are already being shipped

; of our colleges. newspapers the publicity that got the audience to the con .

if the work be ...-.-'---'-'- .. ...
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: Pity that Tallahassee cannot substitute hot air for gas. | have been the receipts-but they weren't.

They would have an inexhaustible source of supply from ,; Then there is the attractive young lady representing the IS

: the legislative halls.-Bradford County Telegraph. Some of' producing house putting on local talent plays. She does the I :

I the legislators would t hen use up their' salaries paying taxes coaching, the }people themselves do the rest of the work, the

Gaines'ulle Sun.Gainesville's newspaper furnishes the advance news, which at least helpsto ITSAFE Ii E

i 0 I work up a crowd, and a great success Is pulled ofT. The
new traffic lights have been placed in serv- young lady and the house back in Atlanta or New York get

.' ice and officers posted to instruct the public, the officers using ,, the cream of the }proceeds, the organization the rest, and the I

"stern but courteous methods." lll'uning0 suppose, that !I newspaper's services are thrown in for the good of the cause, I

if the olllcers find it necessary to use their! clubs on some mo- the cause of the producing house, which is on cold-blooded ?

torist's head to teach him the system they will apologize for business basis, as well as the cause of the local organization, 50 DRESS

', so doing. which is usually of a civic or eleemosynary nature.

0-- I The editor of the Telegraph, Gene Matthews: understands(
.: Speaking of the maintenance at work the Waldo- PATTERNSFREE
trews on ,
this, because he has been, in the game long enough, undthat's
Gainesville the district the state road department
road( engineer says
,i the reason why he has served notice that if he is to
has had considerable experience in }patching and tickle, he must also be tickled. NEWS NOTICE!
maintaining roads. At the rate the patching i is being done I

on the edges! there will be nothing left of the middle fifteen Ml. .IKK 1 IIPITI 1C. V.I.ll'". roll 'llu> -,1,1 land. In.Inn H.-HI., .<-.| at The home of Mr. Albert I
I \ \ 1)111). I Mil. II -Io': ,.'lois. II... lllttl> ..r till. iMHtlHIUI, of 'II. .. i <"Itltalt '- Johnson of I 15 ,
feet when the edges are nicely patched.o 1101": "!. in: I.IM: ::11I.. In tht) > name of I Sltuuti llnn-
"i \ 11"i k.','."n. I'n.I-.N nalil i ..rt, llllr I ,iti. nlmll Prospect St., was broken into by Robbers On Opening
o iw I rcili'i'iuuil, aci'onlinir. I ii, Inw lut I i
According to the Ocala Star there is a state law against' Wnilirin= I 10'. ,' : l 1. h.-iil.y mm I '.IIi KIM KlM'ii"* of 1'.sin',* < r.In.1. ilreUlll;\' of $Mnrrh i IXHIII, *A'llier.-i.n 1>. I9J7.WltliuBM .c.n tliu jut last night and jewelry, silverware and other -
lIMniti' NIL 1S.I. rtnlMl In- .,
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firing open land or woods in the state of Florida, except be-i: "I f Jult A. H 11)17:;): IIIIB HI I I.: s ilil:;I.ilny i !,. neiil 'IhlH "inv; ulllclal Igint.ata,. :' (mil, 1 Hour
ilia 15th clay r l-Vli-cnn' valuables
ml. in > in i..y nill.M' ntiil 1m, ii .ulo. were taken. The thieves !
tween 15th and :March 15th the A U 107.III
February being
V }penalty $100 "I'I"kOlln" .for tax ilct'il to IHHIU*
,n..1. ,".. .> with laiv. I Haiti, .'..,.- (seal (I.I I. w .Ai.niiii' : : ,
\: fine or a prison sentence. The roaming cow will be the cause .I Illi lit.. ..inlu'..<.,." tli. r..llowllIlI'. !,u ilo. flrk Circuit, .-.lIrl lliuir.i.l', I gained entrance by forcing a window while I I
eri" hr.I .I I tiateI' 0 In lOrI ... ,.
Countv.' I nl
of two big changes in Florida within a short time-fencing I foiil Irnl'"r.r I ""kIa, ,ln-wlt. :: Lot I Ity C A, K:>;'"II1'. !II > 'u. the family Mr. Johnson esti-
i>f 'Him'k .i'. Lincoln City. .Ua.3-1 1 ( were away.
( in of stock and the stopping of forest fires. Then rcforesta- Be Here '
tation will begin. mated the loss at $800, which did not include With

,.1'. _ _o_ _ I __Carrying, Soldiers to China the valuable papers and records that TheCrowd

: The Greenville Progress does not approve of the state:, ,
are missing. No clew has been found.
: game and fish laws, charging the ''llcpu lifOS are Kept busy locating I j' ... I ;
the waters filled with the choicest fish and the places' ,,' I This is the third robbery in town within the And Get One
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where wild game are the most plentiful" for the use of the I !I last week. I

"Grand Mogul )Royal" and his sporting clubs. The state law I II I f
for protecting fish and game is a good one, properly enforced 1.\ II I
and it is no crime for wardens to enjoy hunting and tish- .. \N I


Starke is soon to be connected with Kingsley Lake by n Rosenberg'sDept.

hard-surfaced highway. Jacksonville being connected with .

Starke by a paved road, this will give people of this city the I Bradford County BankSTARKE I StoreTHE

opportunity to easily visit one of the prettiest bodies of water .

in the south. Kingsley Lake is as round as a dollar and

as clear as crystal, fringed by a white sand beach. It will be I FLA. BIG STORE
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within an hour and a half ride from Jacksonville when the '''''':

highway is finished.-Timcs-Union. The United Slates trannport fbauinont, which recently lett SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Starke Fla.
a Sun Diego. Calif., bound for Honolulu and points la troubled China, I ,
i, pictured here. The ship carried 1200 marine- f Ij
II. E. Wolfe, local contractor, was notified yesterday from '

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