Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 25, 1927
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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I HATHAWAY ANNOUNCES I I Road Budget ELLIOT! HAS PLAN FOR I ChautauquaI Road No. 48 nI "'

ROAD ADVERTISEMENTS Includes 28 :1 GLADES IMPROVEMENT I Program For I State Highway ; ;i .

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OOO IK I.nrm-Hl ShiKlo/ The Chamber of Commerce i\len-loiis: tit Itiuiil. lit: I'rovlileilI'or .. I In <\>..>|M>raie I In \\oik :.M \KI,: 'TKII TO 41 i IIA I Keystone I Heights.I t Feb. 23.- i I i 1..11I1..1..1I | | <1\

; Letting.. meets every i In I toad. I Department'. The fourth, week of t the Florida I -

I 1..U I.UIll for III27I Tall.ilmssee.I There I It n """'11' .\ lour to Ihivauna nnd Interior, t'hanliuinnu'H t highly I I xucccxxful" I "
In tlie list of roiiils' (o lioImproveil Thursday night at (the I __ did I oportuntty l ( i for, Florida. i to i cooperate parts of Cuba eOI'I t the SMIIH of Confederate I'I'UII'11' i fl'll Feb. 2 7 t to MarchI I Ixtato Persistent, t minors t Dial I i lie 71If

under I tlui contract.* City halL Every citizen I I The stato road department'si I will tho federal i govern'; t Veterans. and. alllllatedorganizations I I I 16. iixhcrs III an event of particular highway .h'IIII.tlllll( will not

to be lot Mnrch 22n<], jcradInK of the town is expected : budget,. for 1 !p> 27 calls for I Hie expenditure :< nteii t. Rn.I I tho governnuMit t to jolt t Is announced, by I the Interest lo I tile. \o lt'II of I ito ..1111.. ; lnke, over iiiul imilniiiin HIT Simi I ti.I > \
for stab road 2M from "!hi. A. H. Day, when loudei'H III i : AiigUHllmi' highway, known nn
of practically 117,000- with the state III carrying" out' IVnlinnhir I a nil (IVrldenlnl" t I Stenm-I
Ilnn will bn Indlld'd. I nnd I the building I of new highways.Thin I the, Kx'orglndOH: / ..",.tloll, whirl'would April 10. I Iho still will h,. present to lake I keep going I i'Oimflili4., I lln> xlato-' !
.. -.--.--" -..-,-..-.-.:. I i ,. mont crcdlcd to
1'nnds gilso avnllaldo : part III i Ih celebration. b111 various.sources.
nro budget'; Is now b..II1/ot published bt of Iotl''ut11111"' to boll IiI Organizations, I t I entitled I to reduced -

for tlio roiitlniiutinn of Hilt an required by law ail nt the In Hut opinion) I of Fred I'. Klllol'chief I rales on thy lour are tho Con i An imiiHiml I II'ull'll hits hl'l'l .: Tho sliito Ilhhll h over

mall. through l'lIt hn. Ilriulford ; O.UNKSVIM.Il: : 1\ i meeting lo be held In Jacksonville I' ,drainage: engineer.Mr. rtuI'rittt.ett'riiiis, and, Immediate' !larriuiKcd for I that day, which IIIIH uiiil maintaining Ill'"lllr", u 1-011-

nnil IMilnani rounlloxnnil Al'TO WltKCK! MIIDVY on March I'lHh complaints Klliot: I Issued u Htatemon'upon I t : members of I their families ncionipiinylng 1"'t'l net for, Monday, 1..1. 2S.'Tho I I I r "I<"I'uhll burden, I Ilio nhoulI -

conlnicli will Im li't IIHHOOII and HiiggCKtloiiH regarding t the his return' from a recen( 1 I them ; lion.i. lido memberxof I exerclxos will begin nl 2:110: : I tiers of I lie lux payers I of ouch

JIN ncrt'KNjiry flfelit ofWilY Two Wrecks Occur ItiirhiK" :Sliiwrr budget will I I I ho II<'''I'\\. This 1 i amount I trip) Washington to confer will I Hie Sons\ .of Confederate, Veterans | :Monday" afternoon In Ih,' Chautiiii- j I:I county t I llio runt ii I I traverses. ami,I I tluiiiuestlon

,'all lie Nocuroil "nnil I ]>|IIIIH. of Itulii North does not I Inrlndo, what t tie counties i government. olll<'lul.. about I Iho a ii- I'I""A.. thaii alit t.i'c anilsinters '|1111 auditorium i limit, will he fol- wl..ll.r I tlm Htato would
.. of Town III loueil by n reception" to nil dlxj maintain; Htato ritual, 48 'hut '
coiiiploled.Tallahns will expend constructing polnlnifllt i of a corps of cnglneerxto accompanying, I I hem ; boiia :, 'H"1
highways or funds turned over, conduct n survey of t the I'rt'rI tItle members" of I Ilin DaiiKhlors I of I j I tlliKlilxhecl visitors at 5uu: >. debated freely In thin st'uh 1 ion.

Feb. 22. I> F. A. The heavy win falling for a to state by counties for road work. I'lIhlI: I ,',.. Following I I Hie trip. atannoniii'fineiit n Confederacy, : I liniia tide meinhers" The II'U/I'11 IK entirely In tho : Chapter I Ill2li;!>. IIIWH of 11125
r. I I ciilltlod t i I "An not
short time last Friday afternoon hands I Florida I Daimhtersof declaring designating
Hathaway chairman ot the Htato Of particular Interest to this I was made by t Hit of i Hie Children, of. Confederacy : II .I
road the resulted In two cars going into the sect ion Is I tlie Inclusion of rond I I j board of coinmNnlonern of I tho .bona. title members of I the ('. s. i time American Revolution. who I / mid' establishing u HY"h'l PtIi

department, announces ditch Just north of the town limits, 2 !8. running from Lake City to !:1 j lOvcrirluiloM: dniloiiirii i ,i is I 1'1' nt i .Ito Iii A.. nnd xpiiiisurs. "1II11t'I'unM. ,, are ,11111111 to make II olin of of Hlatii l roads providing for Hit I

starting for the following of advertisements projects for retUI'II.ablo bids whim a few minutes time. OIlO'j''II Iliinnell thro null Lake luii'r, appointment, of S. I II.--I Mcl'roryihlef -,; ;,: : matrons. and miiiiN of I the U. C. '.. I t the 111"11 I \',,'" of i Ihe year. mmitthiii.smt location I thereof,, and II'ovllnj, )
a heavy sedan skidded 1 and 1 on "Tho Work of I Ilio National I that mich roiulH, u lien, ,
March 22.Proj't Starke. Keyxtone;: Heights/ 011'J'a\ of driilmiKK I I InvesliKatlonM t and, S. C. \ 1"111",1111,1
ed completely around before overturning i I, lilt ka. The entiro road Is provided I. I for the Tutted States I Di-piirtment The. ..III..lnl. I Ililtet Is good on 1"1', Daughters of tho l'nlllll'II.,1, Hlinll lieroniii and, hu

from SaraRota 611,to Snraaota county., Into the ditch where It I for, and 1 bids, are being advertised of Agriculture ; HI-IK (ion.; Harry. limits 111111 I i I r"ol Tort '1111111 onThursday. .\111..11'IIIIIII.' ." by :'i m's.V.. I I|1 I Hie properly of I Ih" Main., In. .

087A Venice Lake paving.Project landed, against a telephone polo.! I t for the construction of- the Taylor. former chief of eniilneers/ ,\11,, 7 nt 2io: : pin., Watxiin will he of uiluxiial. In-I' cludoH "Itoiiil{ No. IN "'' I..nll-nl

from Jleleimriin county The car was carrying throe 'nil-I grade rl'omVnll'l'lown to tho 1'1:1.: A.. now returning from upovornim'iit anil, HIIIIII '. April It 1 4)) III 2tO: : 1'11I.111 lerext to I I ineniberH, of Hio nruanl.atlon from St.' AiiKiixtlno to
to "
Groveland I lireell: ( \'o $hui'I
itary officers to Iiilncsvllln Union county t I HUP.I I Itnlance of I the mission In Kn.vpt ; amlieorne arriving Iliivitiina Friday, and i I j ugs.
paving. of the I I D. A. K. iliaplerH, In ( ;lalni'xvllle (Chaiter|' !III2.: I laws of l 192i! : hnPOHIIK -
only one passengers! was route will bo taken up IIH soon us I II. HUN I of Jacksonville Monday nt I 3:i'ti: : > \>.111" rnxpectlvely.The I
Project B43 SemInole county hurt in thin wreck. Dr. Sliddlo- right-of-way I lines are complete.In Identilled\ its n dlroctlng't eiigineeiof special rate for. I roundtrip Ociilu, I 11).toll lleach I Ho- | certain ilulleH I on jlho 1 It

from Sanford to Orange county ton dressed< the cuts about tho i I tin* ('ututet rut lion of road 1 2SIho i: t tlui I-ill am I Handolph') survey of Is $ ill. \plus $ :l government I land, .. Inks City and, I II Hlaln "road ,1"1111'11.I 1'nvl'I:
piivlng. head and, face nnd tho I : other tithes havu I 'iu'e.' :i. It Hlinll (h" I tlm duty of
party resuined I liiI -
I work hns been divided I I i I Into 11:11:1.: : lax. This Include meals nndliorlh .nearhy h"1
Project DCS llrevarii county, their to Guinea-; I viiu'il lo Im I I Iii' nlale\ road ,department Is maintain
journey Delegatesland
from lioiiaventiire eight projects as follows : All d"llIlI'lm..IIM. at "'II..hIIlAlulIwith t at xeii frnm I Tort Tampa toll.ivana 11..11. .
Sliarpes. piivJllK. I hut Hlnto roads and to
: meinhers from all I of I thesechnplerH proturt -
vllle.A Project 71.1-- Columbia county.Wntortown i whom lio conl't-rred. regardIng I and itt urn.MIKII.
/ few minutes later a Ilupmo-i I I the JverKlados: { aro multi 'preserve t the Ha me t"1" .
to t'nlon operations i'ordlally --- -- -- .Xllo'h'\
Project 659 Clay county, from Idle driven Davlvs of county line ll'hli'.i4: : : : 'J he Fell h trespass' mid Injury.,, "
Green ) by Harry j lu I mil... ". ( Hid culled for., ) I received,I him I Mr., Klliot: I IMItlt | Hornion on HIIIIII) ,
Cove Springs to BlackCreek Gainesville, Hklddod, from roadway cii uI. Conferences were held with I t CONSTUH'IIONWorkmen l ,,27. will bo tlellverod by I Hr. Section 7 of clinpler ;"r: I J ii| > -
I Project 714.-Union con itt
paving.: into the ditch and turned, Columbia county hue to Lako y. I olliclaU nf tint departments' of agriculture. ,I lieorgo \iI'. !1'II111'"I"t,\ ,of limits a Mlaln i, "roil, an. '.I.... term" f

Pioject 66 I-C, Charlotte lonn- over twice tho accident happening i Interior. mid war, amiHinted nrrlved III Shirks' |i Florhl.i Chiiiilnuiiua, eminentTills 'stale l'uiutil. lined" III this. act Is ".
Hntler, 11 miles.Project Ilt
I ty from Pniita Jorda' to Acllne, a short distance from the I 715 Vnlon county. I Hint ho. was I pressed" with i I I this week with lultol'I"I.. 1'1' coiiBl ,,1111"".,.. wil I.. I 'se. :1'11'1"' I[I II lied is mutt I xhall I bo, consli, un. d t 10l..n I

paving. scene of I the first wreck. Only Lnko Hnller to Bradford I county t the friendly feeling towards, Florida i l met lug II 11 o\ press' 111.tol'lII for ,: llrnl t ""'1'111 before i tbo. I tutuI ,- i I II HU,'h roud or purl' .I riMidM ,\

. Project 648, Hardee county, slight Injuries were Inflicted 1 0111 line -I I mllcx. and I Hie development' being' liiindllng' tut rau .' ''' nndeue, I '111 and olio woith I a x.icrlllcit" 'lo I[ which InllHheil. been or may I". cilahrlared -
from liuclinntin to Hrownsvllle tattles hear. I \. ,di' and, doxlKii.ilcd)< I .
.Mr. Davles but the car was badly Project 71811 1 "rail,!ford county ;' 1'111'110',1 out by I Hie. stale. I Ituillnnl'lh.. Ill't..r I Hiedd by
paving. wrecked. lie stated that olio of 1 i platform I on I the IInllh .end oftho I: 'l is. I 1"1'1(11 McAd.ililH. rlln'ord., I he .Inl"1 rotid .1"1111'11"11, u Ihu
Union county line to Starke, 11 I ,
Project 676-C, Levy (county Iii II rear wheels struck a small oh1I1I'1I'lIon < t'oiirilliiiillngork I depot Is .. .n11'11 down and director of I Iho 1'1 l.oiiln, Hdl,1nr i li'ulHlaturo as a Hliilii, iiiiiiLt'nuhs'r "
from ISronson to ]Marlon county miles.I The eonferi'ilreM. the chief enIglneer will bo I will him, net, all three hlKhwuyH .t
on I the road throwingthe Project 717---IIt'Hlror,1, 1'01i1lty.81al'I I 1",1 In "" 1111111 of i Ilionew. Story '1'1111/1', Klve her xncond -
I line paving. car into a skid and before he I said brought out I that work Northbound: i 1111" use t the I fntorliiliiinenl on TuoHd.iy, I i InivorHliiK" llnulford, suit, mity,
Project 573-D. Orange (county could ,Htralghten HIP machlnn: out I of I Iho old, iift.'i'uisimi' Hho coinos rl'OI a family 1 :, an and, IK. am, MII'! | roads, anilare

,: from Plymouth to Orlando gradIng on Us course It had turned ml IPS.Project. I Meet Ion, In particular' and 1 Florida, pint, form would iioeexxllatc" longer of story tullurs and, story wrlteih. In lie huh III 1I1",1 after oon-

in the ,ditch.v. 01"1'I I 70G-Plllnull1 county. :jas a whole can lie broiiKlit" about waits here III 1,11,1'1, up Iho loaded She Is an iiiiimiinlly rompu- ,1'11'.11"1 at |limit expense of I ho
Project 713, Columbia county l'aitt kit to Keyntono Heights i by co-ordinating. t the Hi L .
.---- works which bilL leaclier," II'IIIII'y "' and' .5 t' I II
: from Lake City to Union county \ ii.i.iitv: : IIAVIS ::U.l" miles. I Ihu state Is carrying h out i in draining Thin'ur. will ho built to uX"'II.ut Htory I leller 11111 IterHolf. ': .
{ line, grading.; Project 70G-Putnam county. I I tho ICvereladuH, with I t honeproposed 111lol'l 111 1'1. I i4\ I> ltfII'.MIAT: :
thu .I o Hired, making | I Her I entertainment will In u I"hocI -
Project 41 Undo county. Little "'. Kllo-ry: Davis' n resident of Pulatka to Flngler county line by t the federal government It convenient, for loading ,and I oimg lily enjoyablo one.On II AICIII\I( :

"0 river briUe concrete. Starke for the past 4t years died 11 miles. I I In tho I Intel-ex t of flood l control of product! from I trucks ( lluiliui,
Project 698, Loon county bridge"': suddenly hint Friday nl.n'ir/ ', lit thin Project 700.-Flagler county.' I i anil, navigation.A : tutu 1111.,111, wagons. will led'llll'MIIY.u re on I I'hl.My 11 Neighbor. I After, Hiivornl inoiillm delay I tin,

concrete or tlmbor. home of liln son Klloryf.; : Iwvfn'' Putnam county Hue lo Ilunnell I, law tins just, 'heen' passed, byoiign'ss .- e Mark '.wlll, Oilier)i lectures nil' ,playground iiiinlpiiieiil lioimhi' I Ii for

Project! 699!) !) Jefferson county on Tenth street, cnune of h.'s: 1 11T mil'H.I ,. authorizing I n Hiirvey of '11\111': ; \\ ith. INSTALL Hiiccoi'iiing' ciayn; win. .no givon "ny I'l"u I Hrliool campus by ( lie. ljchangp l\-:

bridge concrete or timber. lentil being given im heart trouile. ,- Total milengo, 92.10. i the Caloosnliateheo and, LnkoOUeerhohee Bll\ Mr. llurloii. Dr. Iturtoii, In probably Club IIIIH tinilly aiih" u >>dmnl j jI

4'Iiit I"'''''''''.. :Statement The end came 1111 1'1 ilL I Hie It Is nnclertitoocl I that tha entire I HeclloiiH< with a view tInt highest aiilhorlty In HieI'nlleil |' hll linen Hloreil hi (_niMh-\ N:

I III commenting upon (.ho work night nnd was not 'ii now 'i until I right-of-way! I through' Ilrndford l to lood eoiitrol. and, In t Ilio Inter TinIleprodiirp; jilpi' (J'IIII for : StateH on I liii ilriiliui. I HeI I Davln' wiirchoiiHP., An. "U"1, ai I lie

the chnlrmnn Hlatod, that the project I he breakfast hour ivl-en he. was I county I has been el.llllld. \\ hile I I cut of navigation." Mr. Klllol: stal I ln, (:lately, Thoiilro I arrived t this IH also n ami a location for I Ito plocnM, luau hooii
lii-nlh It will follow t the general course week and will bo I pool d'.UIILI. [Idocldcd, upon' and I list iniuieto,
In Sarasota county Is! for pnv- called, nnd did hot ronpond. ii uil making inure itvii hattie Inxtiillod linmodalcly ( iniislriil and literary crltlo, of rn-
I '1 Ing from Sarasota to Veulce l a dla- Brought; to a closo I the earthly I of I the 1 prcuent road/ from, Starke 11",1.I S,'o o a for Hiieli' iiII i'i.'y, whkli t 'la upon ,rival of wO'km"1 I "'tug it ix,",I Htillldillg.Tliu I foundilloilH ,poured. I Hid ttlldoH' slid

;. ta ,ice of approximately' : nineteen work of one of thin plom>''n is of I this to I Ihe111011\ county I lino, Homo lot urea I importance' I 10. I tho Htnle. rom I tho factory. Tlilx typo iii'gal I I' of t tho fourth weekconlliiiies i jxwlugn will "110 placed III pimltlon)

?. miles, and that I thin would complete section a man known tar: ami changes will bo nuulo, net'..scitnt- I j I I The Hale| of J.")<'I'I.ln. In, draining ,, though n small "le, Is capi I' I l'I''lfra"tha high excellence, set I IIn for Hut HMO of this ,'hllll''l of (Urn,

t: Hoad =--o. 5 in that county \\ Ide universally rospo-'icil and lag t the securing of new rlght-of- i the KverglndcM bus constructod, a hil of fl'II/ I tho best typo oflieatro I I hu 01111.1 weoks of the Chaiiluuiiiu. : I roll lily.I I
. with the exception of a stretch oved. wny III places and the abandonment '| channel known, us SI: Lucle canal, t 11"' 111 Is In lisa by I | Tho complete I The/ liiHtiilliillon of 'tills .'iiuu'iiioni | -

, from Venice to the Myukka river Funeral services were !held nlho of I tho present road. Leuv- from Lake, Okeechohcu 10 Ilio SL.I. I hoiiMindH, I 11111''or the, ,, Ix its followH: II'Oll'UI In only. u h/lllIllIg. iicioid-.t.I

. which will soon bo definitely located I Presbyterian church I Pundny' '|lug Slarke ,.011'IIIl'r street nnd1' l.nrlo river, near Stuart: on the ".ountryInxlulliiHon, of this Inttruinent i: February 27 I 9) : in, I hug I to 1. I/; ..1111111 proxldi m ofi
t t ., In l
from I I(')<'nal'lIn to iroveland, ;: I anil K.: SI. Hooks conflicting bridge it will Hlrlke the pros- St. I Lncln canal Is twenty-t I,Wilt l's uiuh Icy to glvo Star: < an t llllblo I .Study,1111lly-IdIOII.for Adults ; :3oil: ,I, Au-111. j I'h"I dlh'. IlIllI'J, lo Uponxor tho I

-:\ Ilond No.: 2. u ml, that t tho remaining hue rlti-H. Interment folIDWi' I "cut rond near I HID Kills: I Wilson live hubs, long with two locks already ii Il-i ii-ihuitii, I Hieiilrii.I I11'1111.11' i'dilorliiiii I AHHeinbly." Hermon, 11"1, of ,additional finuhi, i-.n-h S

I stretch from firovelmid! < to t the 4 n t Crofdiy cemetery. and I I thu farm. Considerable I changes; have I completed' having I dimensions I ...-- i, I Dr. : / Mead, I I'rosldoiit by year 111'11' (111, oiiilpni| )iil ,I.. mifIli'lunl -
from Starke to ;: I Heights, \ TO ." t"V. for 1 HIII ,
Koyntono needs of
Polk i 011111IIna is now under body wn" laid to ,rout, In the ]>ronnco of inn feet iiHublo 1"lIgLh.IhII'L 011 i: Florida ( I I'm rhlliilreu -
been made, I In I HKI. I toss STAIi C: 'h 1: 1 1Arcadia. 'IIIIIII'IU'llu. of t .
right-of-way, iDiniiiiinlly.if.
grading construction Hint I hoproject of number of I'l 11 I
; al1I'0
/ r'ln'l j' i ) feet wide currying woven I,I ) ol"ay. February 2S I D. A. It.'Day. I, 11
,... In Orange county on I tie tires and frlend.i from Stark" from Starke to Keystone;: Heights feot. over Rills. This canal, conHtrncted --- I :2 : : e -
The, :1 priigram hy tho Florilcla 'I i>. r. ; ;
.. { crossing tho Sonlliern lit opening of I tutu 'JII'jl "I\
Dixie Itoad No.: 2. fromPlymouth nnd other / Hallway
: highway (;:alnosvllle I'ohlt'l.V. i ( 1 primarily for regulatingl.ako I! I I I of ::
another point below TheroHsu. 1.lku A ii iou I link I lust .r..r.i I Ii 11'"llhl"I's th. American IIIIM, i IH.I.IM 11.\11 :
to Orlando Is for paving \ Kllery: Davis was born Do-1 I Ht.t"
OheRchobno will nfford a I (Ii evolution I : I 1. "Shuep ami.
W that tho project In Mi-ovnrd ember 2, 1847 at Belmont N.- V., This crosHlng will either be of tho : vnlnahle: nrti-ry of coal iiierce serving \ luW cross-Htalii highway will SIdney J ( 2. "Illavo 1 1i I I
'n''rh..a,1. l typo or will run below in minle nil i Imporliuii i i i event an I iI l.ul"M. UI"H;
county l'l1st Coast is for the paving a son of Charles DavN Ills mo- | Lnko '
Okppchoboo and St. 1.1111 i I Hue n I Dawn) i lOllnor;h I UonlclcjWaroii. of HIII lionduwlilrli ,
: i
I rnnlorcade t
which I I
6 of the Dixie highway Hoad her, before her marriage; 'to Mr. the railway I trucks. 1HOII.I ; cle sections. L1. wl mark tho I clllculo,1 .
.u, I i Hung hy !d rut. lOHiol M. IlKiirud' I In Florida's, ." nit
halt "r "
I 1:1 l ilemleilAnother :: I luiflht lit ui 1'1.1
: No. 4, from Sharpea to Ilunaventure I IIllvl"I was Jemima I Van Ciimppn I
("ii-iiernl, I It I Mrs. IrvingJAIKHHICK I her,
I fit 25 to lordlo. A'n"IIIUIM' pityniiinl of lluul Indchloln
extend I from" I llnidon-t .
which addition \lu'h
will eliminate tho old aunt. his great grandfather James ;i iIIlwl Important (oDm -
"It Is iou icipatoi that the survey lou to Fort i I ; Aiicirexs: inn, Worn or its 'lieeu tlirilud over iii> .-,' ,.ii
lu road with its many dangerouscarves / >l, servi'd I Ihrnughoiit tho HevlinioTutry I present rond sysli-m. throughItradiord IIr"f.1..1"Ullnllll t hit
recently t i nit the rizoil by ii.iiI I will l ho i I Invitod fa sun Nutioll.1 I l'uIKht"r Treasurer .1. C. I llllllin I, I III"
; and angles: that I tin project war. llu upent' his boy- I I county t Is the extension I i"iii' ,
1 will I I I 'a .C i\III'rl"ulI" "nvulIU"I. Florida dlvlHlon/ I'nllod. Diurhlern -
Kress I disckiHo among other in pa. and St. I'olori- 1"H.W.
from Sun ford''I to tIle Orange mod days and young manhood inItch ., of road ii: north and, south provided HllrlAotl I :. '
I; things t Hut i deslralilllly I I on the part inrg: on,, tho Wost Clciust and, \\'ott I \\'ulltlll ; Ilunu :.Iu. Ilrs. u of HIII l.'onfi.'duraey.Tlm .
N.V. for In tho 1927 The :
county line Is for the pitying of fltO ii I. I Iloriiell I and Albany budget.: In "
of the federal 'aim lleach amid, lug \I'"H.k ; < "riuti| I neil I hy il m I.h'o i.
I 'Miami
govornmonl of taking thu .llr' b"lll.
Hoad. No.- 3 anil,) Hint t Ito bridge .and was united. In marrlnjo to present rmlniis of road 13 oitiiuirtli I. 1 '
I advaniiiKe of I the work alreadyi 'iant: I Miirtln 01,1II' 1111 lull'II'H. l'aHt 11.1 I 1.1..1. w lice Ru mobil 1)ii I he I nil, Hliilo I I I linlorliin .
on project 698 i Is. lit Lon county ;Miss( I Helen Howson. of Ilelffiont.lecembcr .; tho Is Bald will. nnd (fund, 'nl.t. GIVOI'I'j' .lm ,
Viuiti .J II of HID orKmiizuIlon. \\ i I i.he i...
i carried out by t tie state In further FOIIH A. H.itliuwiiy, head of 1""uh" 'I 11.1' i
on Hoad No.: 19 and, on project: 699 11. ls'2. /liuvu been set aside for tho construction -
I ho, road Hiult; lC'g'/ lul 1"h'lda ii. .\. It. I kept its II HOIIVDIllr III I III'. i iI Hi..
developing HlllI I will I I I bo
a mom valuable i I
In Jefferson county Ilond No. 19 ; ;Mr( Davis cnmo to Florida In : of :.15: mil OH of additional ,1.llf ,1"111 tlWlt. .
that the Columbia county projectis 883 and irtlled)< 1 In Starkp.vhoro' road, running from Baldwin north mivimihlu i : ,channel across: invited to toke part' In Lime cero 1'11.1' :M'\\II.; '; title of ihu luitrlotli hudv

on Road No. 28 between, Lake he I lived contlnnoiiKly until his to Yuloe crossing state road, 4 nt I the Hlnte., iiHlng t tho St. Lucia canal lutoti ins. I .ti I\ 1,1\1: 'II Illl tit I. Tliu liond.i worst clne"I..1, d
Laku Okeechobeo This road will i rellrod Kub. 17. TIme l.oml u 1.1111-i
CnloOKa- new
City and the Union county line death last week. lie was a member Callahan ami Intersecting with : Areal.aIIIY ON SI.IHOI \it.i; :
tin ti'lieu mllos I'l ,, ed 1 over to Mrs. I.oluli v..i., mrU11'HUD "
canal I and Ca loosittiut t'hini, cloHur to : .
and that funds are available and"contracts of the Presbyterian clmr-h for state road 3 at Yulue. I
will be let In Union half n century a charter menber On tilt! so,, thorn end, of road, 13, river. Any work unilortaken, by ('oiiNt by good! highway nail haves I Tho 'board of. i oem mnhssiommom' it of : I :: of u total IHHIU- oi.ifUiil.Uuo .
the t federal i bout J 2 I lout between :I I ) duo the statu H,'h..l
government I In thu ii in hero und
Bradford and Putnam counties ai and! elder of the Starke 1'renby- IS.5 I miles of highway aro now .state i Institutions I t bus nit ti ih'ui J, | .
''fund by tin 5 tat a of ,
soon as necessary right of way can teriun church. For a number of under construction according to of flood control I and navigation 'ainpii. H. Illltcb, siiporliiteiident, of I HIM, :' 1"I.rlI.I.VI. !
I will I I i bo, of great.. value ---.--- ---- 'tint bondx were paid off, HID "' H'jiHiood '
be secured and plans can be made. years he was a member of the tho budget; program, running from not I Htuto prison i liirm ut lUlfoid., In ,
SKl.i\; I I a lusol ii tel y sic lit. friin,.
I for hi'
< lil> County I'ro.lectIn firm of Truby & Davis and, was the Alai-huu county line to Otter only t '" purposes' but also .IWII't confer, with Hin. '" AI''lIpy J. CAd :. j
In .\ in': SITS I \ 'ASI: I -------e--
speaking of the Clay county later associated with Trnby Stern- I Creek. In addition to this work / Improving iiruui nags conditionsIn I kiuiit .t fii'.lnuMVlll'j vllh n vlnw !1 1'Ir 11\ 11'IHIS1; : \ I'l i
the '( THKI-'T:
project) the chairman called attention berg/ & Co. Ills second marriagewas the two following projects in the territory along HIP water .\ 1'\1 I' filing < :uit. /I'll" of asxnuK with I| Tliu suit(I ii smesi fuvoruble w.. t.' .

to the fact that this Is a to Miss Bessie McCormick, of budget; will complete road 13 to : way. The enlargement of present I I Intent lo murder and larceny of ( her of time [iiiHt two wuukH IIIIH rv
short stretch from Green Cove GainesvIlle February 3. 1891, who Cedar! Keys: channels for navigable purposes J. A. Kpps: head of that Kpps' '1 in uiitoinobllu agaliixl I Al I I Iloiisnami sul",111, liitHtPiilnif the rlpiniInK' of

Springs on the grade that has been died several years later. During Project 742-Alachua county. will afford, additional discharge "'nrnlturi) ('"nl.lY. 1I2K 'rllnk111 thoso who aided blni In biniccont "lrILwl.rrlu. HiroiiKli, this "..

completed out three miles to Illack the last years of hl. life ha was 'Calnesvllle: district line to Levy capacity for thin canals. andlarger 'I street In trying to figure out 1 IACI' lit,. I time days Hourly .1nl-

creek and the contract Is being let I engaged In the real estate and Insurance ,county line 7.65 miles.\ I degree of. regulation; for I the 5 kind of u ii mix hits overtaken I Home, T.iirpa (" 'lv"t. and tWI 0111,111'1111,'' '|' 1'"Mtlvu of thii IUHCKHI ,

to give the public the benefit of business.. Project 677-Levy county. Otter -''I lake, and In like manner I lie enlargement hi Im. other prlsoiiorM, bl'nk. out of Hit fruit liuvu 1'"l.t been cli hpin.1 by ni" nOXII'HHH

.. this) stretch awaiting the completion lie was united in manage 10 L Creek to Cedar Keys.- 17.71. of HIM present canals Vhu list ho was a j juror' In criminal prison but were rO"' pl'let' by I uinl lu rufrlKerator I Ixiv.-

of the bridges across Doctors :.Mrs. Laura A. Knight;: of Starke. I) miles.\ for drainage; purposes will result C iurt yesterday In trial of uu auotnobll'i illitch. uni1 a "trusty" utter n I 'I 1 bo prices liars bt'i-n guod 't." 1 ..1

Inlet and, Block creek, which January 21 i. 1918, and his widow1' With the completion of road Incidentally in greater navigable theft cane, a thief stole pitchud luat tie I 1. which bothlilllcb II I reporting : Ki iiuti, u

-. were let In January. Tho Charlotte survives him. Other near reha- I 13 from Yulee to Fernandlnn. thU I.ubj.t capacity for then This Is I tlm hut aiitomoblla from a parking I I I I and I Il'iiihu I worn woe,mds'ui. (| iiiurt| on ru'otvIII platform. I In addi-'
he tlvf-s. two eons, Kllery :>'1.1' highway will run from the Allnnt- I In whlo II Dm United States I II. Florida _.
county project stated are "11"1 on avenue, near I'D' --- -- 1 Iilon to the berries, 75 ,11i .1.I .>
if from Punta Gordu to Aril no. is Davis, of Starke Ilruce L. Dnvls ,| tlc coast to the gulf at Cedar is Interested. ni Indicated by thoa.t Elks club a practically now "..uIck 'i '.\11': or 1 inXKS i iWo IHM, LI mid I'urruta wuro Hlnpi"u d 1
for the paving ot the final, stretch ol Arcadia; grandson Hawxon J. :i Keys Intersecting at different I of i longn-xH" III flood control 1"lIln. with a sPatial! job of ------5------
between of granddaughter with state roads 1 2 3 4 i and In navigation: and by the I
of three and one-half mile Davis Starke one points Spanish leather upholstering. tleslre to express our ula- IIHIH sioiii) : 'ii< > fI
; Punta Gorda and Fort My and! two great granddaughters and 5. I. state I In I HIII drainage the Kvor- The MII.rlll dupurtmeiit and cern thanks for thin many acts of >I < '<>I.MUi : 1'I.t \

ers, thus giving a continuous new of Starke. > .- -- glades Tho Improvements car- poih.u last night to gut kindness shown un Ito ill- ;
during _
i __ _
W.\lII\iH I \ IOOMS! III-:IOIttirT neil out for one of these
-- -- any purI -
road between these two points ; I a trace of tho stolen car or thou nets and the of
that the Hardee county project on Madison. Madison County: I I' reuses have bearing antI will l IIf! of thief. our luth.r.rulnwlll rM. '"ntl"oU, I Iitumsi i A new drug store will ,,< I Muy

Road No. 2 would complete the Power company planning Installation The Seaboard Is constructing a great value fur the' other purposes" Just another evidence, Mr.ipps for thu many! bountiful f .r 'I' thu cornor building, Cull andal-
of electric line 6 mIles up small waiting .shed on the eastside llenco tho desirability of furllil cimi.i .
paving between Arcadia and Lake I cooperation : says of the conflict offerings. Tho ( nut bulng remoduled by
land closing the stretch of bad Qultman road from Madison. of the tracks near tho depot on the part of the federal Injustice and justice| : or b"twollIl, i I IBis \"oodbrllgl.( of U"llesvllu. act ,

road that has existed for a number I (for the convenience of passengers; government and, the state Illnlltralol theroof. I j jMV IIIDS I'OK li.S: <'Ii: I-OSTH I ,'urdllll to Information K'vim' out 4

of years ; that the Levy county projects that are now being advertised taking northbound trains. Outside I looking to co-ordinating the works I' 1 Wtdlws.l.ay. Name of thu new

project Is for the paving of Road call for approximately nineIty \ of a bench provided for the ,, and efforts of each so that tho : ,\tl\'.\" {I for 250 heart cypress funcu tuiiunt was not o"'ulgo '1 li'ibulldlnic

I 19 thud completing this Impor- miles of paving, thirty miles of line of the few passengers using money heretofore expended by the posts tt III. by 72 la. delivered to 'IH /dl1) reniodei''U ,i>:-

tant highway through that coun- grading and about 800 feet of con the trains no conveniences have state and In prospect) of appropriation Mr. and, Mrs. Lawton Thornton J I Crosby I.ak. Cemetery, will hi) received cording to the desires of the ten-

ty: that project No. 41. advertisement crete bridges and that it In estimated -i Leen provided. It !'< understood i by the L'altoil States will Bapp Station, I girt burn by mo up to March 7th. alit mid plato glariH will ''' laity u

for which running for two that the total contracts will the plans of the company Include 'result In waterways fur flood control ary 11, 1927. 'ebru-1 Alternate bids ou lightwuod posts Kood. portion of tUo Walnut strict

weeks to Rave time U a bridge amount to $2,600,000 constitut- the building of an umbrella sIted I .fur navigation and for drainage I Mr. and Mrs. IL I,:. l'adgI of sumo dlmenslonx Is also roluuntecl. title I im well tin HKI uutlio, f. ""nt. -

across Little river Road No.4. In', lag In dollars and cents the larg-! from this shed nortn to where of the greatest general ben- Maxvlllo, a girl born February I! Itldt to bo in writing. ,. With tho owning of tho now -UortIStarke

Dada county! est single letting In the hlitory: of *workmen are now engaged In I 20, 1 :27. at the GUI hospital IJeWilt C. Jones. I will\ have three Ur t-ilun4:
j I
Concluding! he stated that these the department. buildIng an express platform. ': ( Continued on I'age Four, I 2-28-2t. ) lying itorea. 4

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FRIDAY, .'t; Rl'\R\:>, 1027'
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and bent It Is a real pretty volumn with a drive my car down to work every \
all enjoy Stunt Night Wo knuw ;
vantage of It later
I get it
I and before can I
Constance relapsed Into .Hen you did who could help It. And When your knowledge of historyhas real Interesting red cover. I have back hometo
i.. mother parked it Is time to go
not read It as my
sain. don't think our new curtain vanished :
lI Too Much Efficiency -I bave hero" be resumed leu. Is a top-notcherT And you cannot find where it says that it Is very naughty and lunch. You can see that at this

antly. "& filing case and card-Index went; not nice for a young girl to read. rate the work accomplished by me

system. In It all report card will last has She also says that It should be Is very negligible. I am very near-
\ We caught some of the seniors When your Trig problem
E.J.v"{};..,, Ra fh be fll,d. after being properly classified. having hysteria early Monday been solved I burned and the writer should be ly frantic as I have a wife and
By There will be a personal Index Please child to support. Please answer
hung by his thumbs.
well subject index morning because they had to take And literature Is a thing of the up
us a. a> All con at and tell me
this letter once
what to do.
write and tell me
reitpondonce relating to household trig exam. But ever since Monday pant;
hack Billy'alt cut at that .
BEGIN UhlC TOIYJOHN your III how to solve my problem.I.
"Whllo I have the matter In mind'," matter will be filed. There are certain : they have been aa happy as fro'8 When you are wondering what Sweet Sixteen Worried.
r I \and\'. llflfmKH wlilowrr, hardwaremeaner fclrr, in I aId II Unlxe. addienslng Cunstan-.o other feature of the general are when It rains Why they r.c- your grade Is, .

J .....I..p ...icn) .rp to tnkch "tell me how far It Is to Allcu nyotcra of management. that I shall tually are kind to the poor lit lie And wilt not have the courageto
-"? of MM, hniiM.hol prrltxl of two tiionlhw ** hlrH hr explain a. we come to Uvm In actual take your wise old aunt's advise way to get your car parked
i six or seven blocks: nnswciedConBtance When last book report !III.
.xp.efa to np.nd awny Iron We wrote a little piece of your
borne. lie full lo Inform him i-artlcssly practice By the way how old are finished and do not read the book. The now-a-days is to full down on the

children, ,'..........., \\IIItniit you?" poetry: damage done to your character second payment the automobile
mad A lire* hhftut bin pinna. "I IrmiKtneil It war, norm-thing: like Oonstamo u'ilf"n"I l In t.1.. r andy! :; old Trig we're thru' And your ink Is all of it spent i of
would be Infinite./ will then relieve you
II. lir.lX.K. RMNlicnrd, tf. ..Nffob. thnt Hereafter. Alice" \ ill walk to When the teachers will have departed and morals agency
Not that nh" i .uicl--but the questionwas with
hrrnkfi tae ar%*- 'oo UllllimJ H< hool It IN good exercise, and I thefro you. Your mother was right when she thu task. -
..< bl<. .lMtrr... Mr tnkr I it- ,h air will clear her wind for her onVnnlx '' We've burled I you' In your grave; said it should be burned and the -
I and Inform nilOHPrmrd .--
dlnte where
rbstrirt I And they
M Why- 'U"About no one cares
flint lift tiii.>. studies ;No; more will we worry about you ; his thumbs. Er-
tnennn twi-niv*'* he IIUgS.t"J. writer hung by $BOCOon boas (Issue
." ..II.. her rnnstance wa about to retort hot ;No; more will we bo your slave! went; Tamlul.-
f..'h"'r-.. .lV Iv ft gesture All have
N'o left forever
llrriic !.. lnnn *U.. SheIntold "\'oD happen io Iw corrntt." she we you your cousin bought Ibo book? Davis Islands and erecting -
need It on
dimlsHfd tho I subj'-ct ,
thMt | .ftmmunliilliin with ; miMvored In n frozen tone Calmly we hope you will sleep;
her fathrr In forbl. \\> hope you'll\ como to u... neveI'I) And the trial you've had on
To hr h efflt It-tvry man
of life rirnlhlleilxr. rror
n matter nr upon a small pile of II,it voluni'is." : .
In the prmvnre nf < nn* brother it.iihr'd a I'ink earl from a snlallplb For over your death w,,'ll not I your way Dear 1'i-y: I am very annoyed.
bonks I'nlll
......... 'In n set of .sour '
oevnpstlan.llllnm. .kn 'I".m hfn ndmll sae. 4na! Ostance it familiar with the wmk I'll l.ik ;! II w. -fl'ally rilled In blue. wcp! Will fold their tents like an Arab This parking problem Is the bane \"lco.-$75.000 new Venezle

rrnru but no nreupalnn. ton- fare of them Th"v are ,Iwiok It-a'p ..\\Ih black printing, It and numfr And silently steal away of my existence. I do believe that I hotel to be completed February:

Itenipln f*. evplitln.NOW inu honks A roniili-tu' | s< i of hotiHn- ouhito HI .i' ..* There was a round Now the seniors are going to Mrs B. Perkins.TIWJO.NOMKTRY It will run me to distraction. 11 15th.

(.(> ON Ulfll Till': STOKV" hold "c""unl.111 bu ki' |pt i uilh,' a h"li.> |pit n< h, I .it 'hv iiutu in study IIHII'Ullom)'. They hope to S -

separate aoroiinl fur I-HI, d..i uri II lli-'lKB i>irk" Gt, rho hardware bus Homo rloHHes no they : :
i He' Although' the
111Irled mil begun lu wi / '
tho stare and first
cnn moon
: with\ rather." "alilConHtance '
caultn iii' idn laws *o her. sh- '
di-fenslv-ilv. 'butwell I could easily read, the legible charart"rt heed You auk what makes us happy

I ," II that hi- out dawn| In one of the Our hearts so light and free
he WI.n't suited for It DAVIS & CO.
,a, I ., siif: fIllI./ .. hnd e rltt..n 'O. Urooke' V>"c haven't seen any of those It Is because old Trig Is over J. R.
If from
lillly was suffering a certain "
I Then nnntripr''' 'lm- "Age-2O,
I mine university students over here yet. And our hearts are full of glee.
; amount of superficial dlHcom Mv. ixiuKvil, / and looked up Last : It
We don't exactly like the Idea of was agony
iy fort hi* sister woe suffering slxime. 'Uvj-r work" To sit there in that
them taking a survey of us, any room. INSURANCEAGENCY
She dropped her (raze for .a moment, Condense stunt. up and l tcanitl for way. It seems too much like And write an old examination

and compressed her lips tlulitly. 'wed, lie did not heem to he awareof coming to study the wild, animalsIn That filled 114{ all with gloom.

(" "All right; I'll find him *umethlnt!| onvtliliiK. unusual In her meaner r "jit-fly: for
pausing 1886
to do." thing of the kind Playing and seeming gay. ESTABLISHED
to -in nn' -rote down In a white
Billy straightened up In his chair .buries, While we were In a writing Trig

g and thrust out his chin. 'uu. suplsie"| | IIP asked The Woman's Club has bought And turning our hairs to gray. STARKE FLA.

"1/ that eo'" he said In flop con 1 I in *. .. le w"rI'h" one of those pencil dispensing; machines Hut now all that is over

t mpt. "I didn't rend anything In I ',jO .11. .a .. un to my flues i we told you about last week ""It are natural once more ..

the order about that Pleasantly and has been placed In the study Seniors now are not so. Had

f "You were charged 1 father I aced both haivlft hall. Its name la "Pat. Pend." or Hut merry as of .
by your 1 .> lU'niU ..N..1f nut' yore.L. __ __ _______..
4 to ob--y me w..rl'n.t you'" at leant that la what Is printed L. N. ss>lt *BJMi r"-- iss>0B o sft nBssVl U t****s>nBB> MlsH
.. vn at him ThiriVIIH
"Oh-per hap*." down near the bottom of It. .
e' .ill nothing but I'nlIn her tinIMV ---

t"" "And If your father were here ; eyes'rho: OUR iirnit: : itov REDUCED RATES
and he ordered you lo 110 to work "I'VII1'.III| | ilnnw you 'Hithn Help! Help! W(, had to quit

you would. wouMn you''" niil. in i thitkinu VOKI writing on account of the noise. Dear
4- Aunt Lucy: I enjoy readIng -
i "That'. different I i I It II th""t..-...|., 11 I still. 'JI_ Two seniors were arguing about the letters other girls write to BLUE BUS LINKSI

"Not bit dlfTorent. For nil 11.iii.- i ho .**.i i ints I-thti'ild' rcyi'lID the causes of the Civil. War. They
t one I 11- n'Io That I you very much and I think that .KAVK:>TAHI K TWICE I>.\H.Y :MOHTII .\1: It M fTII
I'm your father 'o"'I"II..J'| down to work their
[ necemutry purposes. are getting on
1 1 V'Mi-vonmi l Hi IK 'm mi Mr "ter t you answer them In such a wise
h And I consider' It n".III.y. for y"'u I /iI essays In earnest. O. A. W. To JACKSONVILLE $1.60
to work. That svltles that" 1.1IP' Its nut IIIM- t; ant ,In-'" and sympathetic way you are so
'' 'ism' ""II iiuiie. line- 'M,... IIr."k"I comforting I don't know what we GAINESVILLE .90
r The emrlency man laud these awful AOIHJ TO TillSKMOItS! : :
words without display of heat 1 m ill '.1 h.- alums' tii nil''lmg. in, M|.II..t 'iin, Klrls would. do without you. !Now OCALA S2.15

kk which made them any seen" the, mar< \, Gal. to MC..IV' herself .IfT.IIIIHt the (With apologies to Longfellow" ) Aunty, I have u little problem of TAMPA S5.VO
.I It' K tr'oi un instant hei v-olu. fuiid'!,
awful. They fell upon Ullly like on my own. I am just a little Inno
icy avalanche And C'onulanchate >h'! I- I When' your lust Theme has been teat girl sixteen years" old. Last Tickets and Information at GORPEM.NG(j DRUG' STORE
'J loll, you I will nut hen It'
ful as thl* strange man was to her I
written. I Chrlstmaft cousin who lives
Lit and filled with a resolve never tot 111I0t/ enilme Ihm, thinin mv my .. .._, ..... __ .. ._,_ .....___ _._ .... .-0
i own homo !leI)! fnthi-r. unnlil, nm And your pens are all broken In the city sent me a nice book;
submit to hi* bidding was somehow
rime mo enil'ii' it You tell/ mi- that
unable to film herself to tha aid of i
I -h.iil Jo tins. and I had ilo Hint -
tier brother lie wan on treacherous
vein. tin user itiiant i' You un4I i imv
ground unable to fight a wood fight.\ e
-i.-ivnuiH' about Yon take I pea
"Ever keep book card (".. ?' ...
or exes c .i"n 'jf tnv -oui. '- hou'i is If It

.asked Hedge. \\-ie \'oinn' You. imiili'' mv
Billy shook his head -1.1"I: t -iVuu meant mrf You \\fiutdli"'Ht

ix "I can teach you Ever run a my I'm..t her-it you ilui">',l" -

typewriter?" "You expect me to in/
"No!" out one of these cards e(1I1! IK-llftO soften\ ;
"You'll I.orn-In time. What can !: lid Inn tin biCIIUHB >
clay? She nut him. pOI pa
.you do anyhow?" one of her tightly cli-nche I

ti aid" Constance_he can an automobile" ment. It's the loose leaf system, of fists, was heating Itself. |i.nk .IKIMIMI Why Pan-Am
? dealers
r the nuihoiins|;
4 She not of course I
was portlculaily proud "I will n<-v-.r obey I''U' Scvor'Never1' !
y the answer after It was out. shn woe Just why It was "of course" Con !
,''afraid It wall Imprusslve. But It stance did not know she wan not fa '
"YO >,inti-d 1
was true. Billy could. run an auto. mlliar with loone leaf s>'stom*
ho'nld \\ilh,, ipivii-pnt, relevance. ntDm
'mobile wonderfutly fie had been or. "1 have here.," he continued. Ind: ..ainil Innui.ikltiK, ,i note on n
rested eight times and his license had eating "a set of dally report curd" ,' ( "

I been revoked twice. In fact two sets. The set for the Kill.KOI ontl'\ti4he, flew into ., tfmp.

"Good Idea: guess I will. Connie. servants la buff colored that for ..MI of tear and turned ass..y justIn are picked men

F Th.i expert driver got out of his members of tho family while On Inns to (HiiM hcrKftf. into the nrnm

1 leather chair and moved toward the these cards will be reported il.iltv all of Matilda.' ..1.|.". hnd been llttcnm

door. matters. of concern to the hoimeholil- oni...:ldi, the 'iliniwnv until the could
"Very well; run your automobile Servant will report as to what duties no longer remuin homclfIt

-today," said the efficiency man ell(' they have peifoimuil during the 'Every care is taken in producing Pan-Am gasolineand

nlflcantly. "But don't forget when day In what manner. .et c-tcia' u- \\nii i I"ai| 'Iwo o'clock when : 't 'l7'

r "come back that you're rny well .. what things huve been left glnncod lit litn w-utrh linn'",'umtolyhe motor oils to give you the best that can be made.
un]>erfornicd. In this way we shall rang for I llu bull" .

"Clerk! soon systematise the work and entabllsh ""'hen n I inth, .", \cd; '" ho a..I<" "You're getting It. Good morning; a proper schedule of hours." "It nun been lIor'e.lal. oneoilork" your

Billy paused long enough to think Constance smiled faintly. Thre replifl, Ilot,ace ".,.Jn'hy ) interest these better products sold only through
of a r"ply-Ionll' enough vet without was a vision In her mind of Giovanni ". was I rot noHniPMi !

p question achieving one.- Instead l. he asked a report, the. furnaco man making out hH con":at,* hem.ail'Hrookt- Reset"' hiiin' :-, I I.nh dealers cf proved reliability. ,G1 You take no chances .

p 1 "I say Conn:.. lend me a ten spot "The report cards for the family "Who lin-l 'luni-h" at a Pan-Am pump! .
will you?" will contain brief memoranda of "MlHn: I'.iooko. !

u "Sorry. Hilly, I'm broke," what .each member" hall done durliut 'Noboil; CIM<'" '

II. Hedge did not volunteer eithera the d.ty a statement of conduct of "No. air""Iloreufler or a nickel and hilly personal expenses, et Cetera Ingot he' I I n huh to i.' i itunch : .
.r talked from tho room. Two minutes with any suggestion for tho Impiovemcnt "

later a yellow roadster buzzed out of of condition. or crilklsinsof "Yen sir "

the Brooke courtyard It was the the work of employe. Uilna, me min.lwl.. .h nn-J T ulna
kind of roadster that Is unnecessarily "You mean to say," asked Constance of inUll b I

r and unbelievably clone to the ground slowly, "that you expect UHme 'Veiy will 4irFT '
*k. a dachshund. It had wire -to make out one of these curds a t i

wheels a throaty exhaust and In every day?" :\ elm M'ir.Ili 11"elolf.- ".I'I J I ... _

erdor to drive It you *." to lie on "Certainly. You will see the ad d...,," plot ,...nlt. 1.1.J1J'i r:' Y.i
I.l. :::; r : \--1
j ..-- I -"I ;: _.'t'.. .. \ .
that Is decided ...
a change from '- iIIr"r\
it trite. After taking thin for -
course *
f&Mj? ii 1
: I
BRADFORD ThrlIr."oll/l.J.fC.-/ ---r "i'
several months the seulora will TTifj oil sir brought to our J
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learn that the star. Venus ami .oll'd by Pan-Am utrurr ":1::: refineries/ Pan-Am hips. It is refined in our own refln
i D the South of a permanent\ ta- -on*of the largest flat t of ewes, insuring nevervaryingquality
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL I Mar, are almost as Important aaMorla "A supply/ of ga.rof.n.. oil tankers in the world in Pan-Am products.
(: Swanson and Ramon Nav-

EUOICNH: MATTIIKWS: GRACE WOOD i arms; and perbupH, although none

Kdltor-ln-Ohlef Associate Editor of them would admit it nov, almost

WILHIH M.\ltllllBUItol: VIRGINIA WEEKS I as luteroHtliiK. The taunts There are more SOl
d thanI.<>o(> dependable Ot !Mp,
Athletic Editor Publicity Editor will bu taken under Professor -.T-fc
and +" _
Newell! who promises to make It conveniently in-
simple enough to bo within the I *** voted ran'Am r '
H. It. l/. sure that If Hum's father hud met "T'- C.TWJI.'JJKSZ. .-
his KhoHt he wouldn't have recognised grasp of the senior's humble pump ready stations to serveSouthern

himself! And poor Ophelia, bralim. But when we read about :i & mo
That In tlio alai| we would have she hunu't recovered from her the light from such and such a torijts.A'o .
pwT f **p"i jri.y
had to use. Tetley, night if wo hail fright yeti! slur tnkinn HO many billion yearn : *J VJ&WLJSS

had ono, its ktudiiiK roan wan We're very proud of our Hlue to reach the earth wo begin to 3 -

about all that was li-ft. In .spite. of feel a bit Of Bourse Pan 's own mntferntttnlt )
lIuntH.t boy and girl Tho Henlors dlll'ollropl. curt dfitnlmre tins 19 bole stations have

tho bud w'ulh'r.'p rt-rtalnly think that the school will he lustwhen our Hi-liool IK not very well equipped ttvttrr gasoline M convrntt'nt hero early to asture evert'tiT lt't''

I were pU'a-41-il\ with the way everybody they leave, but with talentIlkn for an astronomical course c raitrnad pt'cuth: cafe/ of oj Pan-Am titnjitttnt prudcrr., +-

turned out 'Ve iu<* iii must Lea lieu AndrcwH, and KlolHoIlltth but the class will be able to get a throughout the i

'I1i Borry t hilt It U nil over and 11'1 < they )probably\ wont even Blurt In It at leant. and If they II ml

I we can't IIml Hii>'mor pru..etu mix us It Interesting will be able to 'continue

got away from Htiidy, hull or any The plulet "KlUaboth'u: Young I the Htiidy at, college.ETO. ; mattervhvre yon arc-at home or b1l i ,

thing. Hut the Dhow wi Rood Man" was Just nnothor notch In -- --- -- over in It neitf/tborfrtff j/cJf'ou tttke fiI '

; WUHIl't It? TIlO\ WfUtllPIIlllil UH our, belt of Hiu'ft'HH ciraoe Wood, ran chances it7it>ri you stop ur "!<* /
u little w..rrh''I'ulny! nftcriionii, 1.'lol'.n'enlruwa., Kdnu: 1IlInlilng'ulI,1 I crfftittt.colu.e.1 fan-/I fi pump. 3Y 1 '
\Ve are iniintliiK time weeks
p but everything turned out 0.1 K. Joseph Thonias4 certainly //r\
eleven .
now. Only more.We'll i
; nnJ we took III shout one hundred, know how to put a play overNVe'd AV t

j1? forty dollars It Main flow pi'pn' like to mention. more of the I 1Ts
I bet that all those whj
chorus! girls all the more peppywhen Ktiint IIH. they were all line, hut y/ I
missed Stunt Night
are sorry
they upheld that "shiny Hen time I I" getting; short and we kayo re.c:1
now both of them.
of fat e.." H" tin poet siiys The I time to mention just one more ;

big crowd lllliBt, have h''I.h''c11.0 thliiKVo: want to thank MrSternlxTK .
The fellow who said that two
oneH who gave the feedings also and. Mr. llohortii. for
h live hviiper than I'
nut one was
as. they \\101111 good; ]Mr. ;Newell; hclplntt us> out with special (nit-
p' probably a well meaning old bach-i i
Lucite .Mltoholl. lintel Mldilli! >'
; lon. lur"M.0 know that you all en-
t elor.
Laura and M.irjorle ;Newell; nit jo>'ed them and HO did we. Thank \

vied for highest honors. in this )ou so moth<< for your kind attention -
It was recently estimated that
part of the program. And now wo remain Tl. II. s.
It all handsome boys In the ninth
t we want to ask )oii KOhl |1"1.1" W {
stretched end to end'across
grade were
JuHt what you think of KlUuuelh __
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the the view would
and Owen carrying! ou BO ucan- I '
'iiIC'OI: itsi; IS IIIt'IIIHII) not be obstructed. PAN-AM
dalously up here right in front or''

everybody? We think that they -
After their Trig exam moit ot fellow i
The who Is always yearning -
were very cute vt courso there I the seniors will start right I In on a for the

are Home of us who are Jealous, course In IIHtronom)'. Thin III I the great open spaces ,
I never tried to fill up a newspaper'column. '
but don't mind that. I I first/ year that thin course has beenoffered Pan American Petroleum Corporation -

We are sure that old Hamlet in our school therefore .
turned over In his grave when haw I the class hardly know Just what UOSSIl': f

t how Gene had him beat all to expect; the majority however I

yl \ to piece soliloquising, and we are 'I are willing to try almost anything Greetings: everybodydid you



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"- I pltal In a critical condition as the j 'country" would hn brought to the universities might ho made cullon within, an hour of the appointed

I result\ of the car in which they ( I i Everglades to check up on tho greater, our Institutions expandedand time.Chrsxrr's .

New of Florida in Short Paragraph were riding/: with their father and News From work and find out If the state Is bureaus am] commissions t

'>1 i I mother being struck at a crossingon ( + prcx eedlng ]in t the right method created with great credit to tho Hunch of attorney James It.

a country road several milessouth for r..almlnK. the Kverglades; .Htutte lint this. coining summer IH Jacksonville hud 1 pro-
1: of here The father State vlously m n do two appeals before
re- CapitalI Tin next preheat) the governor going/ to ho a hard one on tho people tho hoard of pardons. 1
olved bruises to h.ivo thesentence
Before and litcerutious i has pointed out t.. tho securing of this Bin to and tliej will ho
r Live i t-o in 111 tied from death
State News i while the mother escaped I of
enough to (the
carry on in no position to pay more taxes I to life Imprisonment. hut
I with minor cuts. The childrenare wan rofiiHeil. -
I clrulnago operations. Although no mailer whiit the* renal! bo
suffering from serious cuts Fla, Fob 23.T1n'mr .- I Ii may The boy shot and killed" ,
'm>ie digging was finished 1920! "
;and !bruises I and probable Internal !i of the most 1 promlnonl) limn In In Inter ) eins his. sweetheart :Sally; lloyle. mil
other since
'Injuries. The drainIK", experts In the hulled any year IIlull The governor's utalenient was his. hl'ul h"I'-ln-IR\V on tho road n.tween .'
crossing at which '
tl TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I[ the accident occ-nired Is dangerous States( liiivel been c'ligagod! by tho slatted, the money for tliecliHtilcl taken' us ilrflnllo, dc-nlul of the10- Green ('0\0 Springs mil
|( has l bc>
exhnusti-d d'Ihn
through tho of commissioners of I Everglades ''I en 01 1 ciiest| of tho Vnlverslly of Florida' MI'I' t presence
II nevi leglslatino must find(
_,__,,_ groves which !block the view! In Diiilnuge Dlstrltt to survey I Ilse I I IdlHtrlet and Florida Slate Collego for Is no finest Ion rained an to '+
-----------_ __ somo means. of Itnanclng, he has.
L M - -- | j both directions. levlow llio present plans Women for an' Increase of Iwal'ly'S.OOll.OOO his guilt Ills attorney raised the

ORLANDO Fla-The Philadelphia wards P.V.. Ditto and D. 1 E. MeI(I of tho hoard and niako lecommeiitlalloiiH ', sinletl.Clossbiccullng. over the appropriation question( before the pnrdon'ng'! P
La Scala Grand Opera Iver. The following alternates 1 for future reclamalloii! and of last' year.Solmo I hoard of the boy's sanity and hat! '

Company will appear byre during were also chosen: Dr. II. W. Henry TAMPA, Flu- -Sons of 'on- drainage of the men. /: ut )lii'y woods. ., or mad' tho appeal before the

the week of February 20, playing Jim Taylor, C. D lallsey.V.. II ),statewide fedt'rnte.It'rllnR will open a These men are : S. McCiiny: caws with giiKcl sires an.. I piisluriigc courts. that, his 11 lent had !boa-dull atDleauu

in the municipal auditorium. J. Crosby and V. E3. Thomas campaign at Klsslmmee chief of drainage i investigations l/ t > iiiulei tlck-fr conditionswero of motor cars sold OIL after the dime!. i ,
I for the establishment
of 1,000 limn iiayint'iitH bo madi without
recommended for the _.
fur the 11. S. pro- .
matron of
honor, the sponsor and department of iigrlt '
Key'oRIWllh market -
thu disinterred three maids. of honor will be chosen I 'nil lire, who will coins lo FIIII.ItIL'i"u
Confederate reunion hero'April ha\u lapsod.' ( the (1)111'1
bodies of168 according to 13.: \\ ShoeIsi supic-mo
soldiers + leave
from later ) of
uhioneo. I
according to a statement ; IItigndlerGI'nornl I ,
C to H. Carl lllnton of I tins helil Thin settles
'turf of the salon( case n consitleriiblo Grave'sTasteless
the abandoned, husbandry ill-l
post remotely hero, from W. \\', llairv' 'ru lor.
Stripling: commander. I Denver, Col > rutenily I
past commander In ) \lton of tho cllsc'iisKloii I'll laced In Miami -
the navy: lug Jc'iiUlus tailed from relired lII... chief of engineers, of tlio 1\0v..nnll'lIt. sprnltslug -
Key West today for I'eiisaeola.where ,|I i chief ot the Confeeleiule Suns, is. I slates :1' at the( recent tick erailicalltui, nod Wost Palm )lleach :Molor '
Palm n'nrhtolll.'r of IhOi''here in connection with tho (Il'IIIt.l iiiiny now leitiiiiilng suit) cmullllonal{ miloitonlraitH
the bodies ran n- j l onfeieiifo In Jnckson\llb, The cars on
will be reburied night bids. fair to I the'1' Ion mid will head the I from a government wixstun .- II J nlilth I
at the post cemetery of Fort Inrrancus. leap Into i campaign. In 'IMIIIIIU( cut of beet Is. b1 c'ulnlug nun'e In till tondltloiiH t
Egypt and
: CiooiRo !it'
.. The tug will pick up n lap of ease. and luxury, in one short ; TlH'fe mo about 1110 camps In the i Hills, who was. chief assistant and popular' ho told. I the fonferenro. 'i have not been motoio" takon, Chill Tonic {

number of additional( bodies at evening here. 'lnl'llhdlvlMlon now,, and efforts : exoeutlvo to Iho Isluim1'jllnudolph : owing to the dimlulshliig' supply bulk I In law numbers+ reeoutiy
A watchman for a fashionable (I will be made to win the banner secretary from I the West )Plot'Ida liax a but sonic. toads held! I hilt( such atloim '-
< jewelry store made the startling for I the division showing the gjeutI I| > survey of the liver: ';, h.iiife lt> liefDino n source of meal( ( by llio tlealer iimountod, Restores Health. Energy

Till In IiuBnee-Tbe board of commissioners discovery of on expensive diamond i' t-st proportionate Increase of glades
brooch In front of the estab membership during the >ear.Meetings !, 'k. wcie niroslod.. A lent caselinolvlng .

of state' Institutions to- lishment at midnight. A check of will bo held all over the clralnago operations I I. (O.) 1'ercyllc-lil, Lake -- -.- -- .- -
day.dedded to send Charles \V. the company's stock revealed state Ktarling at Klsslmmoe: and :\McCrory! IIlIcl11': Hills probably \\oilh was liiiiiighl to llio su- now lIoc"ron!l Tlll':.1'l'

Hunter, supervisor of state Industries every gem intact, and today lie I lice fatted Daughters/: ot the Confederacy will come) to Tnllahussi'uFeb. Tlio Hiniest, opposition, of (IrnOld' io\- piemo court anil tho opinion of i ( 'OI.DSM> TIII.: i Ill

to Washington, D. C., at stands. on the threshold of wealth will cooperate.CrccMi ( 1 Iu (nsiill data of the Mart\ In luis. born pledged I III,' ilifiilt eouit t reversed.A + .
once to bid for 11 contract for thomanufacture I analn )large lnerc with his diamond possession carefully I ilrniniige olltee ami eonimoiicu+ | 1l1'III'O-j .
of about loo,000 mo- guarded. work at once (ielielal Tn hir ilatlons'' for any stale To break up a cold< overnight or
There have beenno ) II |
tor vehit le .cense. tags for that claimants Cove HIU'IIIKS--AIII" 11!, I will arrive In this. I\lal' 'in ( ho coming Mennlon of the leglsliituio Ito cut short an attack of grippe
and no resort hotel Shun ds announced I cminliy < liiitltt'L lor the stuio roiul tlopiiiliiiont -
c1')'. The tags would be today lit a the Influenza. sore throat or tonsllltls.physlcliinn .
mnuii-' has I and 'II'1 us cMHiitlve dothirudthei
been proceed at onco to Flol'l
apprised of Its loss for luncheon given In his honor < amounting to $ li.H07-( )
factored at Florida's tag plant lIt occurrences of this sort rarely are members of llio by It Is. consldored l likely I that therloport | I people) of Klorliln, are In no ::12I.KIi i for the work fur 11127 { and druggists lire now 'I.roroanouding .
Kotnry flab of
the flu iford stab Cnlotabn. tho purified
farm. iiniod to
higher taxes.l.sMiliig .
reported by the wealthy here (:rl'ell Cove Springs., that he hud will be) ready by lima t tlioIc'Klhiturc pity with\ an additional I allowance of and i'ell noil calomel 1 compollnIlabl.t h
a Hl.itenienl lifter bisincut
moots iuprll. 10 ,
per cent or 1J1.MI7.ISO foroinoigom
aw.irdetl 1 the
contract for i ft
Lakeland Potential 8cillx building! 1,700 colt. tour of the stnto.vllll that gives you the effects
-Vero Beach--The the $I ,,000.OUo lull bridge General Tnvior and l :Mr. MiCiorv / lus. has. boon siibinlllodtO
will gather hero February 24 fOI'IL uciossthe I .Go\t'I'nUI' Nellio! T. Koxs litlvyauhlg of calomel ami salts combined 1 l,
of I I tlltl hit dgct I'OlllllllHSloll. KHtlnuited : -
infant pro-school conferences. St. Johns river In liven wale recomniondoil to the
without thu
two-day scBsion of the Colleglato! lovernor both sold unpleasant effect
III Indian River Sittings: to the Fred T. Company board bv Sucrolary of Agrlciillinn rertonit-e. for lice coming
Tress. Association Southern county has been Key ho found erl'rehrrm a domain, .! pit her. 1
ot William M.! Jarditio., Dr KlwocicMend. : I your ax oiitllnoil In tin budget/ are
1 iKoonpllsl'pd by Mss J ili.i: Graves r..eYurk., Ilostcm and C 1 .
College Uollins. Stetson, the University tar lower luxes. "I I am told there
One or two C'ulotahs at lioil-
utter three weeks' work. This .111<'1'8011IIle.. \Vnrk will bo darted l. cominiHsiniiur of reilaina designed, to |ni\e' 1UI! 1.\6:\ miles of
of Florida, and nil kinds. of theoilc-s
Universityof are I and Ideas timu with a swallow of water, -
has been dono under direction Apill' 1 as by that time the city i lion In tho department of the hlithuny, maintain :.llIl.l! mllosIn : .
Miami are exported to "P II 11dl'leKIII,8. 111-1 going about over tlio stato now I that's all. No Halts. no nausea.
i I the State Hoard of Health andthe of lie'on Cove Springs: { will lave lei" lor. and other government si vc'ii divisions, and 1 carry on of Tallahassee I. |looking I towulil I Hie upending otnioict nor tho slightest Interference with
conferences. will bo held completed the I three mllu high- llcluls. In uddllion, Dr. Mend bus Sir s tulles of construction.Aflur .
IH every .
president inone> through work
your eating, or pleasure.
month under the direction of the WilY running from the renter of(' offered lo Hit In with tho fiiglu- tion by llio lcglhlutiiio "alllll'olll'III-1 .
) Next morning your cold<1 has vanished
county the to Keel oerlng board' 1 lit eonfeioncoH' )hpIIllIlal'tOl'
nurse. Tho city Hay Point the -
nt'STIS, Fla.- Eighty thousand purposes of on I but 1 take the slum' light now llio Hiiiireine court bud l l. your system Is. thoroughly
pounds) of grapes will be bar the project Is to prevent the went hunk ot the river, where tlioaiipiouih fore the survey Is madeHe {Il that I I insofar as. Ihl"{ guveruor' box ; ,drelined! ,) to great nrolher writ 'purified and you aro feeling linn
spread of disease-s cannot pinlli' 'Ipulo because' bo
to the
and to hridgt will mint.
vested this summer by ))1', Chariot acquaint pouor, ho Is. going to work the execution' -of Kufus+ t'liossor' with a hourly I appetite for break
mothers with I tho Thu contractors htive UKieed.1 Is, I I I will bo In Hawaii until the latterpunt !
Hemko at Altoonu, who four years sanitary means IOHH taxuH liiHlead of more1 I "1'01'I I 1'i M"II' old! Clay I'cninlv n1u'dmrer, fast. 1 Fiat what you pleaseno
of the caring for the child, null! to linlsh the wink of bnildingthe :I j ( of April, but will glen to the ,
ago planted thirty-three acres of preserving iHtuta readily I umlersliind" that a great was Hta. > etl by a wilt of Imhoiis by clangor.
i tho host
health and bildge on or ho/fore iidvloo lit his dleIpounl '
grape vines. Last year Dr. Demko giving proper inunv iidniliiiblt. I things unity bo'. .intlgo licMirKO: ('oapel'lhbt" (/ of Got a family package ronnln-
development.TALLAIIASSHK. 1, lU.'S\ : on I'oopling I the lotl.ilnied. '
shipped to New York one carload i I j ji Hoeilieil through the Hpetnllng of | ..Inrksonvllli and (loM-rnor\ Murllu Ing full directions, only 35 cents.
,|: sit anil') ulili/.lng the report cullerht ,
s I
of i ,lntc* I Iran .. ,. ..,
grape1) Local consumption, money see that our WHS forced lo tap tilt '11'0- At nny tlr.-g utoro. ad/-ttDON'T
bus be to
'II presented I tho honril
however will enable him to dispose Flu, -- The FOIl I'lKHCH; FillTho 111'0-1 f,I The t'liguging of 'tills. board, ,' of I ..-..... ..-.....-.-... ....-... ,. ..- .--. ----- -.-.---- --. -. ._------ -- -
of this summer's yield 1. at state road 1 department received pie of Florida must wake up to I i iengineers 41111'''' "III"''ul.n''''' ''rv41W1/1151nnnIIInIlnlnnXIIIIIWxIIx.vnnlnllNlXlhnx..l' '''''' '' '''''' '' ''' ''''' '' "lnlxxnxlul.nlll.lllnlnllxnwuwnn' '', '''' '' '' ,' """ '","" ""'"111""'" xnwnxnwnnwinninw' ,"' '"''mrnniwxn.w'''''' ''' ,''nnwnxx.n'' '' 'xxxxw.nn.xI ''''" ''',"'''"'''''''.''''''''
Is of
prices ranging/: from ten to twenty $211,000 in bonds from Madison lice fact' thii their forests urn bo- I I one most Im1lol'ilUllt I ;
taken far III Iho
cents a pound f.o.b. his vineyard county for tho hurdsurfaclng. of Dig, hint depleted of standing. timber ttops HO opilnlon I
state I '', of (;iov JohnV.. MnrlDl.'I'ha ,,
road No. 1, and are being nnd nothing Is being done to''

TALLAHASSEE Fla. Gov. advertised for sale for March 23, i I replant them Some quirk action i|!' appointments fulfill((( his. promise I
m.itlo to thu drulnugo conferom
i.iarttn has announced tho designation according to Dr. F. A. Hathaway( must be taken to remedy this. situation I .1
III \Vust Palm (truth last October"
of J.. L, Fabislnskl of chairman. The Issue was adopted also This was the warnIng "llhat| Ii
the bust Pensacola as state's attorney to In 1922 and the department accepted I Issued by John N. Van der I,| the best. drainage minds l In the I SAY BREAD SAY!
assist I. D. McRae, at a special the bonds because of an vrles., president 1 ot the Chicago Ito i ,

term of court, at Ja..per.o'ebruary. agreement with the county to take Italy I club and manager of the l'I ;;-;;;:; '
were here In consultation,, '
21, In causes where J. R. Kelly them over. Dr. Hathaway left for North Central division of tho

the regular state's attorney Is dis an Inspection of the road west of chamtier of commerce of the United organization. 1101( hilI''0'I'I I

qualified. George \V. Walker of Tallahassee, stopping last night at States ,nt a dinner given In his. pathologists and ..

Tallahassee, was designated to officiate De Funlak Springs to attend the honor here which was attended bya ested in tropical (."
search work. Dr. \ .
\ ,
for James R. Kelly In Dixie meeting of the Gulf Coast Highway representative audience ot lux(-
county, February 21. association and will proceed[ | ness men and women of Fort ever, who represents the largest [ 1
to Pensacola today. fierce. Mr. Van der vrles expressed ( 01" gnfiliation of Its kind l. IH more I ,

SARASOTA, Fla. Sarasota the bODe that a bill would bo | Interested l In the organization '
I work and methods bo although I
to used, -
through the efforts and Ideas of TORT MYERS, )Fl.i. .Ilosfora Intro luced In the forthcoming'1' "
he Is to ,
John Klngling is. destined to become Cook, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cook, session of the legislature for the I make suggestions, too em competent the actual I I I",

one of the art enters of tho of Oshkosh \VlH., was drowned at i purpose of creating a forestry dlI ,
I work to bo performed.
world. In. the opinion of Baron Naples while playing in the surf. I vision similar to the ones. In oilier i i I i I''

Detley ton Ifallellll, who came The child was caught in an under I states of the Union. : "Tho possibilities of such a )buroan -

from Florence Italy to view the current when ho ventured too I II !i .. hoio." Dr. \\Vldloln/ .suld In t

collection of /Hillings and l artwork I fur from shore. Tho body passed .TALLAHASSIOi Jo::, Fla. Gov; :!laddrusblng'' a civic( \body today HOLSUM I
I JofntV.. ; 'are tremendous, !Ucsults. will ha J "
which !Mr. and Mrs. through here today en route to Martin called a /

ling have mil'moiled l In Oshkosh where It will be receivedby I sped lul term of court for tit. Luda! I noticeable before the end of n 1 !
thus to Sarasota and H. H. Cook who Is. rushing enmity to Investigate the killing otI year's. win'k. Florida lit this. heh
Teal I I lima Is. In need of list. sutli. an organisation
they will constaulU augment home from Atlantic'" City. MissSadie S. Thomas, traveling sites J f I IH II IJ

will eventual! have placed, In the Holterjapn, the youngster'snurse ; I !man( who was shot to death on I II In this district"

]tine Art Museum I the lighnay south of Pierce'
llng to be erected dashed Into the surf fully Fort i I

on the John Hlngllng estates clothed In an effort to rescue her I j i February 5, Judge W T. llnrrl- 1 I

on Indlnn Heooh road. charge but a hug comber carried HOII of 1'ulnletlo Judge of Kigh-; H ei

< 4 it beyond her depth. The t ecu til Judicial circuit, was. Instructed

()('AJ.\. Flit.--At a meetingof : body was recovered twenty minutes I 1 to open court III 1"'JI't' Florida

" the John M. Martin camp, [ later by A. C. Pltz, a Seaboard fierce next !Monday, February :n,1 j I II

r'py'' United I Sons!'; of Confederate: Veterans railway civil engineer. |j Judge Hlwju Thoniat I, who pre- I

the following were appointed sides, over the St. Lucia Circuit1 J

delegates for the national convention CLEARWATKIl, Jo'ln.-A pair court was dlsipialllad( because of ;! Chautauqua ,

of Confederate Veterans of baby girls, Stella, three, and kinship to the slain man. Judge .

in Tampa April 6-s. L. M. Raysor, I Apple 2, the children of Mr. and Harrison will cull the pi and jury ..'-,-_._. 'I :

Jr., Dr 10. U!. Peek John L. Ed- ;, ;Mrs Lee Byrd are In a local hos- i together Monday, Investigate Ilia' I I Ask Your Grocer He Knows '''II '

slaying' and then try such men as : i
I may be indlc ltd 1 by the grand Keystone Heights,

The Feminine Billy Sunday Jury Four United Status immigration

I. oflliors oath< two other men

w ;- ''ure noosed of killing Thomas Fla.

it when I the balenniaii. refused to bait I I

1' |I for lli"in TlioimiB was dilvlng ..'-,_._,- iIl

aI; liip thu! Dixie highway at ulght and,1 jt I Iij

when ho would not slop hu was Feb. 6-.March 27, 1I

shot to death und Ills motor car I
tilled with bullet holes. 1927. 1f +ij ijIi

j iI I ,

TAVAItHS What promises 3:00 P.M.
to lietin UAieeditigly InlurvstIng I

and profitable meeting will beheld I Ii
,_ .
Tuohday, March 1 at the new '

'2 12A i golf ,Blob house at Mt. Plymouth, :

J Jv which Is located in the hills. o ,. Admission Free k I,

Lake county only u few minutes I

drive from Mount Dora. 'Ihls. will i I It

bo the/ the Central regular Florida spring Commercial meeting. o I, I Study Classes, : !! Delivered Fresh Daily Ii 1!

Secretaries Association and the entire I Mornings ,
morning will he devoted to a'' i

.r disc'iiHHlon of advertising. hatter
and an exchange of reports as. to

the results obtained from tic e ium Sefvices with I :

..Io'k, campaign that Is. now closing

A number of very lutureatIIIK PreachingThree

t1 ; 'immunlcutioiifl have been roc O'clock I I II[,

>-, ref as a result of this adverHH.I I I dI

aX .K, among them one from (her- I
Full Program Free :
irniiiv and several South Kngland

old one from South America. The II I

.ici\ r'ri islng. has proved receive y on request I,' Ii.

-iuc < itiiitful. If the reports d

thou far are any Indication, and .. ,
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U I IP probable that next season will I i i'i'A '

sen a i onsldorable enlargement of' i'I

the schedule. MUSIC, DKAMA: LCC-

It. WeldlelQ, director of the :Mellon 1 product that is Nationally known fine in grain
Institute of Industrial Research : ,

'' of Pittsburgh, I III here conferring

with President B. F'" Ash I --- white in texture and a home made flavor that lasts

|''ot the University of Miami, In re-

2Th.M three picture of Mrs Aimee Semple McPherson tho fa- j: garil to the university's plans for I Daily 2:30 and 7:30: p.m.

pious ,U>' Angeles evangelist who now la touring the United States, a Bureau\ of Tropical Research In Season Tickets $5.00;) J
rrr ea1 the dramatic< power by which she sways audiences Mrs. Mcperson I the near future

JF JIM been having varied experience on her tour In some i I Recently Dr. R. L. Jones. and I 'i' I ,

fti.. bar lectures have made a profit; In otheri few have turned out DrV. .\.. Overton representingthe -. I I ----,1III"'J r

III,?...-.-.-b, .!. Za IndUu poll she auatalDed- a $3000 deficit. National Research Council, _I"- "',___._._ ____ ,, ,, ( ; ,

\ :,

xr 1 t

.wow.: J / X-w 1.1 r '.xM.A. Wxtwlr, y ,)n At& pf r 1

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11 FRII>.\V, FEBRI'ARY: 2.1. 1027

I IMOK KoruMICS. 094'000 and Happiness Tom!"
1 I'00'fI : "Long Life ,

J.a..1 ,. I"I"I "I" LAWTEY \

a I I
II >
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5. <$> <*> -j > .

Miss I'mllylIlef'r; of Holland,

fa., J x visiting her sinter Mrs. ,I
]'hone 29 1 1I'fen }>Imrco.
.f J. L, Harvey and Jlr. Hunter. ,
'" tt= Calif. were In I
0. I,. Ills I.I.\: : I'M. .I lit Hi'mn' ('hll"'h" iu nd ban I'')juwtey if Sacramento Monday looklim over their I

IIOS'I'I':SM 10 Itltll)..I: ( I.I'ItMlH II" i n MIV\ iii tln> lu church\ work 1 (noperty. IntereBts. I
I", \\ill as' nui'ilial and dramatic O. A, AndersonV..
r Mesdames\ !
I Ir'
till' I' it..les in thlK city and Phlhidvlpln -l \Vell, W. H.IllKKH .
(O. I-. He'.islel I WII8 e Woolen, 13. R.)
charming hostess (lo her Afternoon ,i. Sin was graduated lust May and 1:. H Dumpy iittendedlie
the Philadelphia I I A<'ademyol I f tt In
m farm
rimiMli\ meeting
lirldge: i'lull t "ii I Eastern: StAr {
\\uliuii' street i :MUSK In Plano and public\ night, 1
her, )In i in( mi >tarke Monday\ :
i After. s<"*'eial gum! ".s of pui'jreKBlvc ;" school music. .Irs. Knight and Tinsdiv, quite n few berries
i bridge! Mrs. l lUnsloy i prc8e.nl1 1 her mother have been upcndlm w \.in', shinned' from uwtey. If the
,', I.. tho pant throe months In Florida \flll LI
<<< MI'''. I 1.. Wvniiin and Mrs / ,"nd! "eat her contlnucH, they ( Y "N
Turner, holders of high a'xl serI Mr. Knight la a prominent, tr s 'b .oon be 1 1(11(1, lInlt cars. w

rouil l lq ipspei'. tl\i i.J Ivvllh Imn embrciMi \oiing attorney tho who University received In ofKloildu +dU44 :Mr. \\', lib. ot Jnc.UHonvllle, was .>x ra 4 >
r 'ri'il lard" lath( co\ei,' 'fllll'11UOII nt ,
candles wern served during and lOmory; rnlvcrslt\' in Ia"'y\ TiiOHdny > ls vSg. iS ..3J A**'.fflSV ..'L ijGJJygfl*.. \+v '-<
Hard member of Delta TunIn rr :Mrs H. II. \SMfjRlns Is AisltlnKher im.1 t .. ., r, ,:. rn
r I till' !g.inil": 111(1 1 '1 dl'Pl\ I I t IOUS t and a r Henry Ford with uinont, Iles i M \\.u; ij. -
.. Krutoriilty He IH thn sun mother, Mrs. Lowery. luvuntui < 1.\ ijiut. a in.I x ''tii biimcUiv l ,u. .-
shrimp unhid, COIIIFC lit II.f' .1'0." l lla '' +. k rs M ., Tuesday. In recently when the gnat -
t of the( > grimes. I 1t,11I1hllll, <'lIeH of of Senator and Mrs 1)). I':. knight hoe t'nrodlno pent >fisury ut West Oianm. N J. Elm on IKi 11 i nut cl< ii. HO Fold
Mr. and Mrs .l..l.iekHonvllle.S clew to the inn.,''ol > l.il1'lun
violets wore us"d. for favors. of Slurke, Flu. In greeting hud tO 1)0 sp"VKi very
A will be at bottle to their' till bronze, at the bate I: J. Starling wns chopping' --
KnlKht I ; In tin above| III u 11'git Ion H I 'h"11 I group
I curly In Jana In Sturke. i i of (ictUshuig., whirls Is Jacksonville' Tuesday. to mice and! one- ,
:; Mil, I,. 11'1')11li.71'IR'T.VVM I : ; ; f i lends or Virglnln Memorial' on the hattleHHdi has, returned l to grow
J. C. Prevail For SO Years
-- -- of twcntylo and one to two
Melds nrea of nllugc
cover all
National f'" "ineteiThe' lintll> half tons
m: MOIH: : <'1.1'u III'I'I: : : I low a hero from Lake City
The Aftnriioiin bildj.'o., < lul) was square miles, and are located u r..w nlle outside the city medical tons of legume buy for every
... delightfully entertained' Thursday, with IfeltysbtirfC... I'enn I where lie was taken for ,cow on tho place this year.Venire$76,000 I Has Never Failed{
club mot
the| Llvre
  • home of !Mrs. I,. \Vyman I Thesursremedyforexpellingworms.Reetorssrhechild
    at the
    Madison 8t Mrs 'I'. J. Alderman Wednesday 'I'ho battlefields' of C.ettysbiirg, cemetery wherein were Interred i Dr. and. Mrs. (IV.. Brown of I 1 lo health.

    on Yclow Jus'iilnn, used In abundance from 11 \p.m. to :2 1.111.I'he the keptlvld. In tho memory of children :1.1129: ( !) soldiers, nearly half of I ITumpii, are visiting their daughterMrs. new /cneilo Price 3Sc per bottle. Sold by
    t' furnished; a beautiful I dei meeting! adjourned 1 !Mrs. Alderman by the courageous lighting whlelt are those of the "unknown J. T. Moore who IHII\ at hotel to i complctr : February 'I I Corl'nlug'lf, I)rug(, Store.
    served the members n dollclous : her home n Luwtey.
    oration for the rnnniH Three that went on there and tho famous dead. i IDtli.
    11I11Ih...>I1. Mrs, H. S. Carl- of, Pickett HID green of the biittU'tield ----
    tablus !:" charge! up\ The loiutlon --
    ills and ha tulpalfltoltrIallins: resigino/I ton. :Mrs Edward: Burns Mrs. It. nlnpi In tin- top of the hill, will umoiiK the southern hills of Pennsylvania I One great worth of county agent

    ed the places, of the plnyorH II udrancHon A. Davis] Mrs K. K. J'l'rrymllll.1 lie iinu of Iho historic places to he near the Maryland boundary I work In that It helps farmers to Promptly
    were served during the Mis. I 1) C. Jones, Mrs. I., Wynn.'i i visited hv tlio fipocliil train of line In decldely plcturemiuela use things they have in suicesti- Get YourMoney

    r games and Mrs.! T J, Alderman, the hot h.I j jless'are I' Southern' girls. In the HprliiK as a thin battle, whkh wan the last fill effort to get things they want
    thin I, HAROLD. C.
    y .A totaling of scores showed Mrs the member prize for enriitlliKC children In the Confederate campalKii Into the --
    J. W. AndrowwH .ir., to hold. hlKh teresllng book '',tb.! |rhlldieii't' l''oumlpr! hall of the :Noith: dO,000 L'nlon and 73,000 Sanitation Is essential for success !T.lU: KI-OKII

    and she was given a handsome \IK: m\MI'i\: ," xt-1.1'.; \:Stone; :lllIlIlItalnIemol'lul.! Confederate soldiers took part. with poultry. Avoid diseases SU't.\liCJ': :

    buffet .not while Mm T. J, Aldermen is: ut :'.'1' IN .\ 1i't i here, on these linttk'llelds, rovOIIIIK The appalling number of 4:1,000 by proper cure feed and sanita the Beat Leading Insurance Companies
    wax presented with u Iiiiud an area slightly more than were killed 23,000 Union solders lion. Clean houses, flesh groundand Represents LIABILITY
    embroidered card table rover IIH Volunteers IVeit: It for 1'-e reward for second the fieriest IlKhtliiK In the War between MADE PROMPTLY
    (y a ''li-nt Ilnptlst < .iiniliVtiro the National cemetery now I 9'fnlllpll.$501i.OIl"-- ADJUSTMENTS
    Mrs. nVyman nerved n salad 1 the States and here wus1"'III'Ilenlly kept! grim and 'beautiful throughout honl Issue

    course tn the following, who were ]tench--itelween: .. sunrlst decided'' the 'Issue' that the year, over 100 inoni'iiientt I to bo voted on for completing hospltnl -
    uer guselH: Mcsdunius ]KiiwnrdIlnrliH and\ sunset sterdny: u cubsL ni- was to di'lcrinhio, a reunion of the- ar erected ii'nil mar inn $7- on Davis Islands, and erecting
    0 I,. parade, It. F. Oe ut- tlal frame tabcrnaelo was I'r.w"-I, old unloii. ooti.OOO( pus Leer spent upor them municipal! hospital. for :Ne We charge
    rest O. M. heap J. \V. Andrews.Jr. .. on a lot just north nt the FliMHaptlsl And, horn, In limo lute fall of and. the I KruvcH. The] monument groes. can your 8 OKS
    ., T. J. Alderman J. I.. \Peek church to neeommulite,'. ISO.I: Abraham Lincoln dtllveiedhis soldiers Is only c no of YES
    k O. L. Haynes, N. Sternberg.. .1, C, Ilio congregations that havo ovoicrowded '. fumoiiH "q..'Oyxhurg. Adiliess"the to Virginia i: O'l'lC'I'J STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's I
    I Robinson, F I.. Turner] and Miss the church b'llldlni'; ul dull lent lug fluid us u Nat toanlh1J.11)'I' lh" o lino mcnioilalxKOMS .

    s< Mabel Weller. Sunday services I I i The Snyder. hcnistltiher U bo-
    .-- Tha building wns put up by : : HAS ri.XNs: i oit : ('I"' M.S'1'OIt)1: I' hoc operated regiiaily, by Mrs: Kilo. ; Starke
    MISS Ml.:KUV 1'110\1.\1'1: about thlity cnrpentprH\ and, allied I 4.i.\ins: I"I'WII'o I: \: rorMt: \ iv S'\\r. iin: : Welmer, formerly of Jacksonville

    1'1.0111"1: \:''s IlKIIki: craftsmen who donated their services (C'oiillniU'il from PiiRe! 11111> nt the Snyder residence Garage Fla.

    Material for the Btnictun' Fur 1'lerce. That mastodons |Patronage solicited. Satisfaction

    o Mtirrleil Jan :1H. lit Htiuk Ie l II.The was delivered the day before mid cOt to tho Everglades; to tho stat roamed the broad open space of {guaranteed. I II I
    covering of It was :2-18-21. 11. :M. SNYDER.:;
    Senator's Him Iho raising and
    \ Knight, well. Lucle county In by gone ages I -
    and to I the as st. -- --- -- .. .
    done In one day. Stale\ Should I .\ ..I..t In evidenced' by the finding of I .'__._u_,__,_,_._,____ ------"--.--,-"-.-.--'-- -- ------'%
    following clipping appeared Tho building Is forty feet wide ror hones and other rer aims went ol I I
    In tho "]o very Kvonlng" I eb. and sixty feet long with a H"lItlnKl'UIIIII'lIy "It would ho. appropriate Fort Pierce by J. N. Kirkpatrlck.lloneH ,. i I
    the state to assist by every I'ral'll'III -
    16 published In 'V1latinglon of ((100 perso s. An elevated -
    a paper
    In out thlll mallto.lon.leet'l, and I Iblrdll'
    Del.,, and will l lie of Interest platform, twelve feet !In ( means parrying
    In its ro-operatlo heads have been founl. ull
    work not
    to the many' friends here of the width Is built across one end for I OPENING
    of thwoika remains of U'u that
    and 1 In the co-ordination that are grim
    accommodation ot the speakers -
    4 couple:
    yj I
    constnicte l and to ho con thrived lu these parts thotlHiindu
    The marriage of Miss Merry. 10. and Iho choir Threo sides of
    with strutted on account of the slab end perhaps millions of yearn ago I
    Thomas. daughter of Mrs. Alice the building are provided
    hut also In the very material WAY Among other things found by
    E. casement windows with
    R. Thomas and the late screen
    b turning over to the federal got Mr Klrkputrlck III a bone evident(
    In the ruof
    Thomas 10| HolllM V. KnlKht tookplul'e two large ventilators
    eminent the St. Lucle and Culoonalmtchee ly a Joint which Dr.V.. H. lIar-
    January 28 while Mrs.! combined to give coni'oit to those
    f iiiniils for uses of navl rU formerly of this city, says' la
    Thomas and her daughter were who attend the ttervlcos.
    held In gallon Insofar as tills can be doe found In only two kinds of ani- SATURDAY
    visiting hi Jacksonville Flu. The llrst services were I
    without Impairing their axes lor niuls. In the world the cancel and
    The bride In a ulster of Mm. AV. tho new building. on Sunday morning -
    T. Taylor, drainage I I ," thin kangaroo.
    W. Dartow of Cordon Heights with Hev. Perry
    Mr.! lOlllot; called attention to teeth and. lookIng
    and since leaving Jacksonville ten pustor of the Fret fluptlst church Mastodon: queer
    I years ago has resided In \Vllmlnlton. (- speuklug. the fiinctlont. of the board of (com birds', skulls all Hhow what .....
    j missioners of I the Kverglado wild life there was In tills auction
    She is a member of Hanover ACROSS THE RAILROAD
    drainage district and (lie power at one time.TaiahnsseeThe.
    0 0 0 0 to 0 0 S' 0 0 0 given the toned' by the 1 legislature. I

    < 0 "Thus," he added "It Is seen Limo

    s Vagabond Hat. 0 Church Services with there whom are lonstltnted the. United all States I horll cui h'" of state Institutions board. of commissioners today -- The East End Cash Grocery ; '

    decided to send Clinches W. I
    st A" <> I deal In some. appropriate Joint arrangemcnt
    0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 to 0 0 for works or comma \Hunter, supervisor of suite Industries _
    U. C., at i iM
    Interest to the state, and to 1110 to "'n hlngton.
    IIKISIIXV C'III'HC'IIH'rvh'ell Called. States" 'once to bid for a contract for the .
    The chief engineer recalled thn manufacture of about 100,000 motor .M Our aim is to please and give the public the best theycan
    I Florida had already expended\ volt 11'10 ..cense tum for that
    Sund.iy liter luI( aliievening. bout $5Ut)0.iHMi) for a waterna; cl'y. Thu tugs would 1 bo nianufiutured I buy for cash.
    Subject" In mornliiK 10;- nt I
    nt Florida's 1 tag plant
    the state I for drainage tin .1
    tulned let' lull. and l.lfe'rvhen what la It and? how oil. could'across be utilised\ and Improved by; the Halford stale. farm I II I We carry a fine line of High-Grade Over-Sea and Os-

    read .Inn. 3-: 1K-18. Ut!. the !United States for greater nnvll'nluH'lty. well known.
    l'h nHo bile "Thus," ho added ceola Brands of Merchandise which are
    5:21.: 0:10: -17 10:28: !'!, 17': 1-.1. gut
    I Jiiu. 5: 1. 11-13. Tho lift of "for every dollar\ expended hy; Ha Combined i M
    God IM Eternal: Life Through Je- the L'uted!waterways States for In flood lntprovlnlthese contra( I Spring I Here are some of our opening day Specials:

    HUH Christ Our Lord!, Horn. 23. NKubjeit + ,y and.\ navigation mull eXI'f'IHIIIIII'l'1will
    y Kcrp In the Illhle ID of groate have been enhanced by tin I New Shadings of 8c lb. 10 Ibs. 75c interest than this dime and lieu amount already expended by tin I Sugar, ;
    UK. Everybody Hr.welcome J. 1'. flatter 1 \ tttnte in providing works usabli Simplicity I II
    for the above purpose" I Rice (the best grade) lOc lb.

    4 w, MK'IIIOIXHT: CliriM-ll II

    __. t _' ; tr.'I = (Knoch: Marvin Rooks, I'ulttor, ) I P I Rice, grade No. 1 7c Ib.

    i atli +I Sunday school\ Sunday Inornlnut Lakewood Coffee the best there is43c
    Orchestra of the
    r rI 10 o'doik. L. A. llavU) Supt Concert ,
    I'reachliiK Sunday at 11 't. m,

    t I [ and"The 7:30:Ox p.nI' Morning. Hiibjeit," niuthat U. of F. I r lb.I .


    t tory for First the, evenliiR Then I the l III "The I'rodiut'. Kae I '" I I Maxwell House Coffee 47c lb.

    ; U I, loud nuislo at both irvlcea., .
    t Mid-week Horvico "'f' r Lima Beans lie lb.
    evening ut 7:30: Under Direction of I Baby

    \Ve shall bi iliad to have yet y_ toI

    1 ut any or all of these Rervko. I, Pea Beans 9c lb.
    --. U. De Witt, ( llrown Michigan

    9 "I'1thMtl'9'IRLINliegular : :: .
    ; ; Cal. Blackeyed Peas 8c lb.

    cervices next Snnd.i:

    r ut the I're..b'rlnn. church, Hev, atWoman's I Waterground Meal 3 lbs for lOc

    L.r.. Klckllter coiKluctluK. tin i, I

    1 ,' "' ..... 'IO"iI ,. ut morniiiK regular Borvlce..hour. You Sunday._ are IlIvlttII achoo Club : Mecl. Grits 3 Ibs. for lOc

    ;. .,. .- --- -
    ;.o\"". .... ----
    .'... .
    I! l.i *) XW** SM bwuvvHWHT sr. :\itus t'lIl.nt'li
    One ol tho new styles In liead-
    '/, tear Is tho vagabond lint ot which 1':l'I'roI'tl. Everything else in proportion which for lack of space

    ., a charming typo is shown hero. A : ,
    ,reen band on tho hat matches Sunday services: Frl. Fob.T:! ). S p.m. I we cannot itemize.
    1' .ho belt on tho dress which Ja Jer. 10 a m, Church School .

    Zft- icy and kasha cloth I till It.m.S.. CAHU-rrO.V:Morning Prayer.IIt'dor.f I I We carry o full line of fresh fruits and vegetables at a

    Tm new mode of onfail !gives; 'us !Ifre. remarkably low price.
    ..!, point of view not only in the question

    ;- ,'._..___._u___.._._'_') of color but also in the problem of I s
    f \ I ;;;- I, "."" .I'r i
    t finish For it la often difficult to keep

    _ CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH! TO Say it with Flowers trimmings the tame degree: of simplicity
    M that possessed by the frock which they; i Give Us a Trial
    SUCCESS Flowers For All ilora. But with the compose arranKeoicnts'of -

    color and material this spring a

    -.i i:f' Spend your money with home concerns. Money spent withy Occasions frock can almost trim itself with bands of EAST END GROCERYLena
    N of
    corporations never returns. Ride the Gainesville material of harmonizing shade or contrasting
    .6 i foreign Gertrude Godbey fabric. The slenderizing gown
    Bui-Its service Is the equal to any competitor, and a of dull satin crepe! above Is smartly

    home concern. Anderson I brightened with the shiny side usedor t Marcotte A. D Smith

    the deep cuds, the skirt band and the I Formerly With the Bon Ton Produce Co..01' .

    vt GAINESVILLE BUS CO. Phone 30Vaido, Fla Harrow edge of the becoming surplice

    dosing. The soft girdle is picot L I ..... .. _ _
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    ]- FEHRU.tRY 25. J021 IHIADKOHD COUNTY TEI.J.Xat.\I'u. ST.\IIKU rLOKIlt ____
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    0-- ,----------------- -- I Garden and field seeds! \peanuts !Uiri/.r.Ns1: MII.ITH'rH.I Whlto nnd Blue courses% receive In-
    -----r I Instniitioii i In citizenship I t I hjglono' .
    |tat Klckllter's, 1(15IPs. WT
    t durliiR I n pail' of t lie afternoons.The .
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    1 evenings, are devoted to \1'11- Small Services Are True
    ward IluriiM Mr. nnd Mrs K:. K.ferryman The'mmr Depuitment will operate
    of moving pictures
    llaioldiill and Call seven C'llUens':! MilitaryTiaining : I pi'iservlcos.
    and entertainments.I I
    I Johns I I Camps i In tho Fouilli I
    Tlu government furnishes allexpenses. \ Services Too
    "'nips Area dining tlu snot nice of
    I I Including. I I travel from ,
    II 27. for tho training ol >'uungmen
    local Nev t Mrs l.. A. IleynoUln. who has homo to camp and return, camp
    between tho of seventeen -
    been upending some time with her facilities, food l. clothing, modlinlattiMitlim
    I nnd twemii y-fotmm' )'t'imH. Thcsucamps {/a ij'l _
    mother, :Mrs Johns, will leave for and laundry.Whllo .
    I \ will open on Juno( 15 itudehoso ,
    her home AMldwood within the there la no military obligation -
    Concerning Our People Business and on July 1'., !)27.:! I II
    next few days. Mr. and :Mrs' Itey- requited! h)' nlteiulanco at

    Progress of the County and Town. nolds will move to Kalelgh. N. C.. | .'our thousand< young men will : camp the camps nro n part. of limo .

    I In a short time. bo selected to attend. those camps I National \Defeime Act nnd their c4\HTJ'

    II I I. from the Po rib ('1'01111I'en, I II primary mission Is to build up t lie

    -- -..-...-...-..-..-..---..-..-..-..-..-. - .,I. I l which comprises tho state of Tennesseo. i manhood of tlm nation, on which,
    --- --------'-'---'-'-"- -'-' '.' 1 See me before \ 'i-bny your garden South
    North Carolina. In n national I I emergency, I Ito

    G. D. Roberta, of Giuliani \\a-: : win Jiu-kscm motored to Jackson- | and field)...need. Klrklltrr. Carolina, Georgia Florida. Ala- : prl' el'\'I1I1(111 of our Institutions J 'i-.r \ :'J.j 4-S '.

    a visitor to Stark TliuiidavMrs. '. v llp| Satin'day.Tho 1 bumn, Mississippi amid Louisiana, I will rest -

    --- -.--- --- Thomas BoaMey. of Waldo was ,i Th, Army l"ll1l.'h<'I'e these. .1 cc Ii ilsicil I llngood.M ( '-. '--- -: 'tSJ

    };'. A. Scott spout Weelnes- business vlxltor. to Starke Thursday ''I'nmll"* will bo e tbllslu'd, 1 and tilt --- '
    Starko chapter =" 0. l oil of I m j"I' I Ceiioral:: i 1'. S. Arinv.HI.VIK ----J) a\

    day In Jacksonville. DiuiKlUois of Ku; (i'ti'i in Sui had I InItiation 'number of young men to be trained --. I ft ftS

    ---- -'-- --- service on Monday\ e uU l'w ,. nt each c'ltmp 01'(' shown holowFort ; : IIK.IIVV\Y ihltii.u !
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    1 Florida. .100 _J'I
    Have a scientific shampoo lit'' (Hg. Delle'lom ti-tieHiuneul lollowed I. srrvr: !.nr .\ tooU''ISSSiullt : llaiiamas HIII.SHT.lU.t: '10 1511' I ------ ". ;.i 4(; I IA

    the City Itaiber Shop. tho biiMni I, '''* mieliiiK and, I Coast A\llllei f '>' Kcirl( Buifig North I ON 'HUH \1-: \ It'Sorch> ; ; ': --. --- _.' III\ ,\I

    -- --' iii I tiat lOll f.I'I'\1 in'. C"nrollnn !Hio 1.11'1,1I'IIIII"'y, ; I :E:; ; '\
    Night sponsored I by 4 hehirnulforul Camp lI.'lellnll.llIhlll1a.. \'tooInfantry '
    Mrs. n. A. Weeks, of llrcmker, --- :Novv' I'mlri- \
    High School nit 1"ri.1ay I Fort 1'.lel'hmersotm. (loor- Hill, ;MileH of Itoatl
    was u visitor in SCathe TuuscliyIIollls : Mr. and :Mrs. 15.:: L. Mlddlotou, evening. J.'ehl'IIII1'Y is Was n mic 'gin I BOO; Infantry; I'ol't1011111'10.: t ',,,,..111"I linn I In I I t 'timm,,110',.. 1'oi/r ;"/1'/ i.sere \
    and Bill Williams, of Cot' !
    on were cells from Hlnrt to finish. South (Curollnn, :300 Infantry I hiI
    V. Knight was a professional guests of J>I'. and Mis W. I IS. :Mid I Tho .Htnti' toad department. hasnet
    Tho oprnliiK I horns compiised( Fort OiUethoi-po n"orKII710'\ 1 fence our nilo t that no piooo of business' : 1.i* too small( ,
    vlBllor In Lake Butler TueBclny. diet on Sunday. Tile men motored ( hut It estimated.. I I 1"'OIlI''es available\
    of MlHses Mnry! 'a nova ('II villi'I )' Foil Snevt'ii Georglu 1 '
    buck Sunday but :Mrs. ll1ddlutonl'el1lllh" Sternbery, Kll/noth: \ Andrews, liar I ir.O Infantry. for 11)27 I :! for retail 1 c (111..11'111'11011'l for oui' most: conscientious: t'I r IIt't. ,I -,

    ", <1 for u visit Hot Hitch, I HiiKd :Mildleti: \ and 1 11 I I In tho slat.t ) of FlorUU youngmen and maintenance of fill,807,1J25 I : This: SOIAOS; I tlio cluuliliimrposo of enabling U.'! to \plouso: "S

    Beautiful line ot new /spring -- --- -- VIrginia'COks! delighted, t tho I from t lie counties of I Maker ,accoiiHiig I I t to t Ito ilepal( linent budget 1, all l'U:
    hat at Margueilto's Shoppe. Mrs. Ira Pinholster, who Inn audience( < with I I u song of wolcoineMlMS and Nnnsiui will ho assigned( to ii ml il()mm mii'l< by I Dr, I". A. I ll.nli-I I

    Just moved back to Brooker from LuctKMHInell} gave anonlortalnlng ', Foil Moultrlo.: S C. Applicants. iinuy: c.hall I 'man. thillg-o\) : r,

    J. T. QulKley'[ and L. A. Invln JlUkHOIUilloMIH in town TlR'H- I I iradlng I entllleil I I "I'in fl'mil, the i oil lit It'H of Buy Cullioiin. Tho hllll got, a h'lIlallIII"I t I "Ho) ) that faithful: ill a fow things: shall bo made ruler!

    were bimlneHH visitors: to WaldoWednesday. day. She was accompanied l>y a Kenloi." CllriiK.I Columbia 1 1 Dl\lo. Uscatii- will bo piibllHliocl I, us loiiuliod by 01'111111)) ( \ '" is: t Into -both its to ser\ict' aiul "aInJ{ I

    Mrs. Guy PfnholMlcr uiid, ::111'11"J.'I'nn I .\ I builosriuo on tile gh oct scciio bla Finnklln Gadxdeii. Gulf lawTwo\ copies will I I I bo furnished

    and childien. I from I Hamlet written by Eugene I Ilamlltoii I I I I lleinaiulo, I Holmes, ,1 circuit I conit clerks. for posting' I

    Mrs. Laura Wllkerson, of Law- ----- MntthewH. a senior, wan an outstanding I Jackson, Jenpi-Hon. Lafajclto, ami[ 1 rcfoience. nnd other copies' '

    tey, Is visiting her upl.tcr, Mia., Tho Biudfoid Lodge, No. 35,, I feat u l 10. Kugene: Matthews Leon I Levy, 1 LI lhl'I'I)'. :Madlsun I Okaloosa. I will bo Kent to. 1'1I'h member of I

    Albert Jennings. holds, Its meetings every 2nd and I us I Hamlet, Owen Grlllln as I'II""U, Santa Hiisa, Siiinter I! lh,' legiNlatuio I and, 'all county com BANKOFSTARKE

    4th Monday evenings at 7.30: Ophelia and "'Ubllr1111',111111'11: \ as Suvvanneo, Tajlor. Walinl.i I II Iii issi.,mit'1'14. .

    : Ghost took their pints /ppleiidldly"Old WnHhington will boUHslgnod .\ meeting I will I bi hold by I tho
    Mrs. E. H. Murshbuin, of the All visiting Masons Invited I Walton and!
    Letters another attraction Flor i road dopui m'I lmic'lc t moinbois nt "There i is no Substitute for Safety"On
    Love Ito '
    state farm Ilaiford vvaain 8hol'\lIIIK\ to attend J.l1.: :Mitchell. < I to Port ri'ii imlils. '
    Staike WeilneMday. \V. :'If. ; H. J. Davis, Sue.Mrs. I t was very entertaining In I ida.I Arplliunts\ fioin other I comities JIU'k"OIlVlllp.I I I Stare :25! t to lion

    w____ ___ I which Ted's seef hearts' from allover will I I I bo iislgiicd to. Foil Si'reven. i i'oniplalntH I I and, HiiKgesllons rogaiding '
    r\lni 1I'Jur \
    I i the- I 1IIIIIg't'hll'h I may qf I'roseain
    costumed l -
    and nolordlnglv
    Entire stock Included tho blot W. E.'iltiei', of Orlando the world GlMllglllTho; "
    I In low as ; result I I In II levlslonlECSOUIOM I Hon of Donor Hnnlt.crE
    lev lilt'hlt"
    paxHiul of I .
    20 per cent sale. J.ol. ..tlvarez.Col. :!. F. 1'. Prescott and, Oil I )' Prescott,, 'I KindiiiitOH ,lVlllllllllclTlio : I II
    of Ba'nbildge ,
    of Gaines and 1 wen I ml on u dl\nn I I rend his I old! for tho t IIIuo Course In Iho I di paitment'H( < halanoo: nil JI'
    W. '\ Hampton lilt, of Bnnipxon C'lty and l It L. I 1 amounted to $ ,.211.4l1lJ. I.-
    ville. hail business, hl'fure( Judge i'lt'scolt, of Alabaiiy, UII.! were III lovo let lorn"Spaiklng. I.hlI'IIIIo'I'Y.. I I Cavalry I nnd 1 ,, liiiml. ,estlmiilod
    The\ 1'0-
    I Jane Ii ii tigttiiI bo toI
    I I'eggv will HOIH
    A. Z. Adklns this week. Staike during the i Illness and ('u'l' >.Artllloiy.,
    Kll/.nbeth: Andrews( trained I miiii-ie'H for 11:411'11.!) : cc .placed" at
    ruled I bv whore I ant
    S. I lie caiups .
    death of their mother.\ ;Mrs ,
    divided( Into
    :frl'. and Mrs. Lce Alk'ii mid 1 lit J. Prescott. and. Owen with ii-ltllu the enHio was II andlencu pO[>1II,11'IInmhel' I All .voting clcMlKiiutod men" between who ,thoane 'ti ,ihmqs |I $UII.r,00,00mmm 71.IWII.I\U from Iho slato! mnd tax. I'aTii l'lciii... I two.: .lelleinon. slims Winter PinkNovv solver" synleni -
    tie sou have arrived In Stiiihu' and --- --- -- I fit inl. fs.tMio.ono) giiHolltio tax Matllnc'11. one.. ; I Pilfl, one I Dude, In bo const rue-ted In thlllIn'n.
    "niU.ihoth's ;
    1 .\ phi( lit PiitltliMl I :I t Ihe required I plijHlcnl( I CMHIInulii !I-
    will remain for some time. D. CliUM I It I. lIel'I)". /Uvlsor' i \oung Man" In whlth I Minn flrato ) ">n. and ".."' of guild 1 moral fuinl ; $201):! .lint) gnsolliio I luspc'ctlon '- Itvo ; Collier. I aim, I IliiiiUnnl, I tunI ; I .

    -' Chemical Pound lll tic"* of New fiiiul, : $ i.soo.noo() \ auto IIt 'nloii, .., two, and I Hamilton one. ---4
    i ,
    :llalll1l1ll1l:11111" tilled 1 1-
    Wood<1. Miss\ IMna : I ihuriulir. vvhlc-li iii list bi l'I..t
    Cary Munis of Tnnipa, spent York who did, (it list. < o\'el'lImellt iou ( 'llunmn Tea-I and 1 "ense" fund JOO.IMQ.: ) auto title 'l'lct I ) I total inlleilKii of, piojecl"llfil .
    and Joseph News" to
    < .lumper"lineper
    Flnii-ixp piomlneiil
    lo bv Home 1
    Sunday with Ills untie and iiunl. : ,, 1 Illldel 0".11'11'. (loll.. Is \'IK II .!'I'I
    pt'iitinlntf work ::6: years ago ut roKlitriitlon fund l ; $ "lim) 11,01)1)) ) firal (|-
    iijojahlo) piotluc- who Is. I- "' t building i I I [ I St.
    I tun',1'a" an li'pnl.ihle I Ill/en i I personally iM-ec new on H.lli'ly
    Mr and I Mrs. J.V. Morgan. Wulk Illll near ( reen Covu -1 iild fund. and 2,000ODO:! ) ,diiefioui ol .hlKlivvay. and, :2SlilH! feet ..I'|
    I lloiiItendliiKH. with I the applicant" .
    uiiiUHilittd .
    Springs spent: :Monday lookingover Newell lountlos for woik done'. Of I ridges in. i 01 cling to Ibo I liudgel.Plant ''';; .
    Fine tailoring. cleaning prosg- I by Miss Laura III',. eligible for HI'h',1 I loll lor tllosucumps. t Whiter Haven KIllhiK .tatIon
    forestry tests. that tolul aiiioiinl howovc-r, IDPIT --- -- --- --
    ''Hazel 1 I Kllddlelnn I 1 I :Marjoilo I Newell In I Ihe applicant' Isiinikr I
    !ol. Levl- \ IIIMU In'i Inn elected I coiuor Central avenue -
    lag dyeing, repairing. ( Kllei to. ho I'IIIIHI'II
    lie budget
    cent WIIH iic'iI''lId,111I ( 'fly --
    client 1
    ton. 218tt. I and olhui'H dl'lI I g hi it'll I tho tin twent> -nna years ot IlJttl.I 'eilHt and Sei" ,olltl iii., 1'0..1.' .
    woik making I fur city hospital/ here f
    Mr and !Mrs C.: P. :McCormlik.! I c, while niusli' I on .Htrlnged" In- I the consent cif his paienl guardian for clnoigciicy' < new --- -- -- -- '-

    popular piliuipal St. Cluir' H. III., spent[ last weekend I triiments, dlioc-ted I I by I'IIHCO Roberts I or nearest relative Is leqUlllHl Ihu I net i-Hllinateet liinoin-ceH, itvtti Iifi,807.:125.55. I-
    S. S. Dowling.
    the with Mr' and Mis.! John VK- ot Jacksonville, was an 11<1<1..1. $ ) :: : \ 'I'u III JIlL. (''III'1I"1I.. l ,'''11111I1'11I -
    of the Brooker school, uncut I llHtoil Ku icnid, and. '
    Starke with filends. low after which they left for Day- uttiactlon. t\nt Sternberg 'Iho\ purpoHo of I hose lumps Is Thu budge't red,I on $ I ltr 1 >,&0i)> now :Siimbiysi : For IVrfoct. Sewajro! Use

    week-end In loon where they win ppend a special[ dancing furnished\ I his I I to asscmbli ninbllloiiH )'011111( Iniiluo[ proJeetH ill ready: under i'onHtruitlon 'huol. building of l-'list HiipllHtcliiirili

    of Hpent week before returning/ hero for UHUUl niei'i'Inient. Ann Hi'aim for( thirty <1,1)11 annually I- Ibo I foiiner totaling at Plant avenini nnd l.a- Ilubbard Septic
    F. A. Canova mlloH and I 11.11,1 I I : feel" uf
    N I U.sit'
    with his parents another visit.Mr : 1 The thorns phis\ In dainty costumes and<1 to I train\ them In illi.ennblp. fnyelle) met.
    week l
    tho first of: the InlilKcs, I In II I coiinllos. coveilngneatly
    halt in black and, halt In I silf-ielliince.I i Initiative I I good>: I Tanksthe 1
    E. 15.: Canova.
    Mr. and Mrs. all I I Heel. Ionic of t Ibo slate.
    and !Mrs. C 1'\!. Inman, Col. blue ttang effuclively 11)0 Bye fellowship I moral I and Hplilliinlconduct 1 I I I 1'1"111,111.H"vl'I'1I1,, I Hlie-e-ts I of C

    All new spring dresses on sale and :Mrs 1). E. Knight Mr. and I Black Bird-Hello Blue HlrI," I nnd how to work haul The, "1111111 woik loll in Is which being. such tlono"'111.11'111'11011 liihuh' -- city I to bo I paved and l I Impinvei i ,! next best In city sewage. ?

    $12.75>, Mrs. J. K. Corpenlng and Mr. end Other numebrs In which these and I elliilently" t I Tho moial I and 1 10llgluiis at si/o 111
    Sliope Family put
    at 1 I tho followlnwilli, / u number
    Mrs. E. S. Matthews motored to 1 girls wore an. attractively costumed I i Influeiii-es cif those. lainpn Stllilll. Coiilruel lei at $ :!liO.) -
    115.70>, $19.60. "f Iliem having ono or mnin with .1 Ired/) of
    Heights Thursday afternoon were mm*. at I ho highest standards [
    Keystonq are k"It very I Ilii; for i "IIHIl'lIl'1lol1 of road' 1 No. I Ifl

    Levy Canova of Jacksonville, had dinner at Keystone Inn I The "Symphony Seven" orchestra I A tie n cia tite ut hose t c-nmpH piojei. o 111I, IH Itmosit. under Santa way I liima: Jai'kseinSuuann.'o 'inn St 1.111'1" County to linn to soopajfo, JfOO.OO. Factory,

    and enjoyed the Florida Chautau- composed\ of Florence Andrews constitute I I no obligation I of future I I Stlllllt!.
    spent the week-end with his parents Mae Bennett MadlHon h G..d.I"II.Jil, I 213 So. Fifth! St., (Jaino--:
    Gussle I
    in the evening. pianist; mllltuiy seivheSibolnrnlilpH .
    Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova. qua val I I Leon JeflerHon, KHcuinbla: ,
    and Owen Grlflln violinists ; to loading universities I yule, Fla. Mail a card I ,

    Mrs. C. N. Stlth and little son, Nationally known shoes, clothIng Comet1 Long Saxophone; FiigetieMatthews lollegos,, and pieparatory 1 :Iliimllton.I; Clay Ahuhim, Pliliiiim, Lake Semlnole HiircleoNIIMIIIIII. I I ,. COMPLETELY?[[ [ CRIPPLED and 1 I will call! and! ox- ; 5
    S. K. Ititch,
    furnishings banjo the lrnltod I
    ot Mrs.Stlth's hats men's and boys' | ) Hihuc'ls I tlnoiighoiit
    of Newberry were guests Thomas.. Kt; .lolins. 1)0'1111(1 br. I lln-viird, I Inilliin plain it to you i
    all going at 20 rent and Joseph II',1, annually to ,
    If. L. Brown- per I iclailnet States HID awn< I
    mother. :Mis. 1 I I ItlVfi.I S I. r.lldoIurtlll: -
    reduction sale at J. :M. Alvarez. Idrumx.. furnlslied I miiHlf' from sen- men uUcnclIng I Cltlens'Mllllaiy I :!
    lee, Monday. I ) uung Palm I I III'I..h.. llrowind I, Dado, 'It-
    Jen, forty-five until curtain rise at I : I Tialnlng. ('a miips. Heiniinilo. Maiiiti>o.. Saiasota, THII.TY-FIVE. DAYS C. E.:: IlubbardCainosvillo
    of Mary Willnms. daughter of ; fight,, a'tlixk and also between 'I TliCBu camps Wi.'IC I minim""II'ull',1 t 1.1I ,
    LeoVynn, 'ollllllhill.'IIlIc.\ i Fla.
    ( ;
    Miss Mary I ('ham ""'Moo. Leo, ,
    Joe Hill William. OI..h".lrll.. composed almost lain \Proslclont Roosevelt.'l'hmey .
    of her Col. and Mrs. acts. by the !
    the guest Gulf Levy.lllKblaiidic. .
    Hampton wag of Lake Hutlor, suffered tho nils. I holly of high .. aunt and uncle Mr. and :Mrs. J. fortune Friday of having her left 'i I a credit to that Institution.PIKMC i I t by Piesldents, Wilson, I I I I Di I Solo, I Dlxlo" Buy I and<1 1i Trio simple.) home treatment I

    T. Qulgley over the week-end. I ___ _ i 0 'oIl em'.
    arm broken In a fall from a tree Harding and Cuolldgc, and<1 by Unloading I I now walks t-asily without cano
    > ; :: KUK.I.I: IN .\ ", Nineteen I piojet I,a iitn-iidy i giad-,
    ut the home of Mr. and :Mix II. : I hiiicliinen and I'd li'aiorsof ffLflfl
    1). I. Ames left Tuesday for a ..d to ho puvod\, t tbe btidgc-t, : HaysThey _
    business trip to 1'alm L.F: Brownlee of Sturko Mr.11- Mulrono' the United Slulos.. Tho soimof In MadlHoii! lloliuoH I .
    ot the '
    several days Parker aro
    Wednesday that his A. K and! of laborers and[1 I
    PieHldents of autoattack
    lams stated I How the Agonizing pain an
    Worth, Miami and I i I (Gadscc-ii: | Walton Washington I
    Lake ed In Jail .J.H'k..oll. -
    Reach daughter was Improving\ rapidlyMr [ Hpctlon I was plai \\'eI-1 I' fllrll1...... all I I huvu' an eijual' I < banco : of rheumaliHni was eiiHcil anil iisii\: CAIIH
    by Sheriff | Le-oti, ["'Solo, Clnnlolto {fetter
    other places.
    --- i lleH ------ --- ihiirgol with ol'l'rntlllJt' ani I nnd Wakulbi I ,'I)Ii II I icis. Tim t total from John Smith of Shock Ky.
    II. W KilinomlM, on editorIal person) aide. Look Tliem Over
    Have you had your weekly \ auto while liiloxlcatud I'p until I iiii It'iigo of Iho I fjliulecl! IU'oj"'IK, > |I. "I taken with pain in left
    stair, Manufa<'turers' Record) i 'I The mornings ttro devoted l to was a my

    : manicure? City BarbelShop. of Baltimore Mil. was hereThursday I Thursday afternoon I lie pilMincrhad ,military I I I training I I ('alest hit'mc I"'ii andiiulructlon 1 ', 2111.3| .. leg, anil for"thirty-five days I could 1 I02!5 I DodKO. Spite lal I TourtnK.!
    htill I 11"111.
    bond l mid AUH \MiobSlule\ he writes 1
    -- preparing articles for not made( a III clII/.eliBllIp, hygiene, i not mt up, got no

    Mrs.. John Shrlver, Miss :Marguerite of bin paper on oppoitiinllles In forestry In in ii. I arkcv" was scvouMy hurt Ili'Hl aid[ ami 1 nun'kiinaiiHhi |>. II .lOlghty-nlno: pioeiiH' aro now 'I ii.i better until I began using Sloan's Lini. I !9) !4! I I Iloclno'''; Kpeclal 'h'ommrlng.I .
    bottlei I
    Shriver lion. retch Before I had u..1
    and Louis months In an auto wreck I cler i, ic'oust i'in'I Tliey Hi [ ment. one
    Brooker were visitors In Starke and naval stores" work in a south of i'.orko when hH liDtticr. A I Ii b.t lee. bust-ball I, swlminlng i !, all over Floilda, from, the northwoHtirn : could I I 1 tennis. c-tc Every man "
    Florida.! w rest mig I liiulecounty a cane.
    Monday. wjerkwl a new ""- ,Hi-itlons' clown to
    John I
    result ( In John I I iniint, compotu In some form of They\ Incltiib, tin following I And, it !114 amazing the quit,'k. gen- Hup I'oiirliiK.

    T. A lirliiHou and daughters Aits. W. T. Jack fl and daughter ( 1IIItor..oblle. ,, athletics Candidates In Iho lied, i uine( comfort that Sloan's gives. Itdoesn't Two .1-1 I Ton Panel Deliverytrue'
    ; Mrs. Flornbello, and Miss Doris 1 I Parker being held for county 1 I just de-aden the pain It stirs t
    TlH'lmu and Josephine spent chargn of driving I Lakecounty I six: projoc : Orangci ks.
    under .
    court throw oil tho .
    (ia anti :Mrs the body to cuune.I
    of llaco-nton, <
    with Mrs. J. I':. Corpen- Haley Otei-eula, two I Polk, up I
    I Ii ;
    Monday rio
    1>. I.. Forehun of Albany (in. I while IntoxicatedIN _.__ I DeHoto ono I No nerd to rub even. A little. Sloan'tpatted I Sccus dependable i lined 1 cars
    ; A ,
    ing. Uino.; I Hardeo ono ;
    .imlMvrvvin WORD lightly-ami a healing lido ,
    of :Misses Myrtlce on
    'VC re gu'.nlts' Jackson over the week ,; 'rMtns: : '1'IN* OK IMM'IAYJ. ; TENT Nassau I two, Ciuy, two, Putiuini I uf Inch germ-clc" Htroyinif blood' ''''KIM llrnokliiK-Tnrnlpsned( Company :

    Mr.: and Mrs.: O. J. Anders left and I IIv,' ; V'oliisla[ four Brovaril, two ; tingling through the aching place, no-

    Monday for Indlantown, after nev ,' end.\ !Mrs.' Jackson Is mother FlorabelleJuckson W_ Aiidrt-ws Jr.. local Ford COLUMNTOMATO I Palm I Beach c>un; Ilroward, emit fore you ran believe it, the, puin swell- DodKo llrolherH Ha leu end, Bervlco

    erul days spent in I Stark: 'j v. Itu :Mis. Foichrn and[ Mist I dealer has his large display window CIIIIIH. one lllllHboroiigh four inK and HtilTnenH, are' rc-lieved.. Get u

    relatives. sisterS of the Misses Jai'kaons. completely filled, with canned : PLANTS Now ycaily. :aruscta, La',, ; ('hILl', oac buttlo today. All druggists 'i5 c-cnU..
    .. with .50) thfiu -ami C A Dmling. 1 >> $2:
    n per
    and grod-rles 1 Mil I ii Ku-
    ------ -- good*, ti'filt I Lee. oneCol; l n in rae I
    Don't forget the 20 per cent laige sign; above rendingVhal I i Slarki' ami Therossa road I. .vanii'e. IWO l.iif.iyotlo I twci ; Tuy ( Fla.
    week at Alvarez's. Give your hair and scalp a treat dlfT-i-euc In near ThoroH-jn. :J! :JII'! JSloarfsT'lrnituro
    reduction BIIB thin >ou rail buy.for the leu. throe ; .Ju'kl'fJlI. oil' culf; ,

    I You will look better and fee! bet-, price between tho Tore! niid the tIed, ; I lllKlllallllH. Ihr"c'.4 I I.II. Idon '. I

    ter with a scientific shumpo > next lowest price car" In thectd FOIt S.: \ Ll': C1IKAP: -. louse I and Li on. one \\Valiiilln oneliiinklln .

    Misses\ Myrtice and :Myrwln City Bather Shop. lays of high living costs it would I Imem : two lots lii Starke. part i ash. one- Bay live Alailinii, (

    Jackson entertained the Ii. \'. U. -- -- -- -- -- Impossible\ to buy the aSHortment 1 ternii Oil reHt.V.. N. John onFOH two; Levy two; Stjohns.! I
    The W. :M. S. of the IljptlHt I' _
    C. being' u
    fl. -
    club at the home of :Mrs of fonil for tho human

    White on Tenth street Monday: church will hold their business ind anlmal-i dlt, >pluy
    evening.; meeting and give an arranged program low' for I the (llfferenco In I.rke-- No 9 fond shape; 15 W, N.

    Monday afternoon at 3 0'-1', $1 I 13:;.no, As many think; In tern s I| Johnson.FOH ] TI-IEY'LL

    Mrs. J. S. Kim bull and niece. clock at tho home of Mrs urged O I, W.te'' of eatables. the clifpt.iy of food' _.___________..____.________..____.._____________ ._ 1/ I
    Miss Si nail :Moore spent several Alderman. All members will more forcibly brliuc: to tho( mtt'tentioii I R'\I.I.-Ford. auto body mind,

    lays of last week In Jacksonville be present. At the dose of the j i i what they can liny with top. windshield complete, $ <0.> .

    attending to huslnertg. '1 bl'Y1110 I program a social hour will bo spentIn the amount' they will save In biiv- W. N. Johnson I,

    attention Grand Opera while\ there. honor of two relent brides, Ing a Ford In preference to another I

    -'- -.-- --- -- :Mrs J. P. Green WilY, of Jacksonvllln. I make car. ;I FOIl) HALM-Will sell\ at a bar "
    will who tirloi- to her rnnrrimizewas _. : goods and, flxtuir :, ; t .
    The local V. I J. C. chapter[ ; -- guln my store ... .. '
    afternoon March :Miss i Tuelma Snellgrove and, I'1I"l'lalf'rm\ of court In St Ln'e depot In Sturko.; part .... ; .' I \. ," .
    near .
    meet Wednesday 3 o'clock with ".Ir*. It. A. I :Mrs O. T. Hinton, of this city. I <.'! i'oiinty bus been called I by (Governor !1 cash terms on rest. \\'. N. I : "J If' 'woo' < : i 1 """{. ...- :.f ."y
    2nd at former W. T j.J..l.-!! ..; -. ., ; ; 1
    supply ,
    Liiookor. who is the wife of a :Martin and Judge ,..,. .
    home In Johnson.iGO '"v'' '
    V'ueks at tier aJ. .i : $ !
    : pastor' of the Baptist ihurrli\ of Palmetto convened 1 -----. .. "-'"
    I HarrHon '
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    I ot Staike. and who) now IH the able court In Tort Plere'Ionday: to 35i. Onc.i \ 1 :i !? I i '1J :
    of bureauof Complete]
    Dr. I K.: P. Veitch. heart I : ; CASK: h ; ft j.l! F'tt ri "':--r"-;" :
    I U. S. Department of pastor ot the First Baptist churchof InveMlir: 11', slaying of 1'. BTliorruiM. IIH'order\ by freight Ml/.rll if ... !: ...... : I
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    chemistry. :Mm. Illnton was salesman who 1 1 ..Ih-. j'f ..o;. > "' .1," ,
    olf Thursday Mt.: Dora. traveling Cn. Live Oak "III.1lt" .ti: I' l ; r7'
    stopped Produce & .. -.11 ''
    Agrtiulture. naval formerly Miss Laura Wynn. was idiot to death! on tho I IMxloHighway I f. 'rr'f ... \i \ !f'.1'r .;-r-4f

    to Inspect tests. government I on the night! of February : ---::- --- - ,r.;,'."..?,.tL'M:1,!. !.l.Uf! I, 'Wi ,..... .'. f.v.. ..' _.... .I'f..I ......p.-..... ='C..:.. ._............-....-.. J
    stores those attending th( Fl' r- halt for four ,. '-: ..
    Among: 5 when h" refused to PL\NTS 'OHSAI.F. : : ;' -
    STHAWnnitltY -
    i ', ,:- ; ,,: ,:; ,;.. '.' :,
    Keysona Heights, ofllcers and two ; : -- ; .. .
    : Ida Crmutaucjua C H. immigiutlon Mlixlnn- .. >> ,
    Spring; dresses newest colors. : Now ordering .:"!P fJ./v--; A.".. n : ; .v.-, ; ,...,-.1}.:'.. ''f< .
    : ;
    evening were _
    at :Marguerite's last Thursday : civilians. I strawberry plants from O. CWaller -

    shades, style*now placed on every Mr! and Mrs' Nat Sternber, Mr. Thomas a relative of Judg't Klwyn -I ary and Bros for runners. Oak Hull, the noU-il :Nelson 11.,...sloii in Iviinsu; tll>., vvlikli I N to be iiucd fur II inusciiiii.1JECAUSU .

    Special prices and Mrs F F Stump and children Ihomus of Fort Pierce had Judsonla, Ark., been
    one. Peek, Mr from : of a. clause In tho will and tr"8HIII'1trom' Lo turn down and tho furnlturuud -,
    Mr. and Mrs. S. L. been held up a year ago(: and on Walter plants for several : I
    ! Mr and :Mrs planting e vc-ry, turner uf lie world uro JuweU bv acid uut_U Itltcli. feared highwaymen
    Luura Nelsou
    and son Paul and Mrs J. II. >this url union and have never found of the late Mrs.
    Col. 1>. K Knight years iHiuued there : das City I'
    have returned from a motor trip Kelson Green. :Mr. and :Mrs.J.Lor-WMargin agfalnuen he refused to stop them mixed with other varieties KIrkwood of I Kansas City. :Mo.. her Colontl; Nelson left the homo to :Mr. J..lrkwuIHII1u ght.n MJ liCe
    Mrs. uniform. I
    down the }:ast COIl"t.'hllo away eiuo Green, Mr Feinandtz and l I the ni'n (InS of them In I There Is none better. Few days million dollar mansion[ O..k I Hall, III:i 'i.ImgIitoi.Irs.'' : Kirkwiiod. She, .' interest In tile 20-acro: QuIt. Hall!
    U S. him killing him and
    Mrs. lire
    on with
    they visited Orlando Fort Pierce. 11. oll"n'd ago, I topped some quarts \\t to bo torn down. liowevcr heft It to Irwlu J I..k- tract as u site fur an art museum.
    >< :Miami. daughter Alice, Mr. and Mrs. I filling his machine full of bullet f 2.50 per ,I' works of
    West Palm Beach and A. S. nine berries. The place built by William II. wood present head ol tho com The niuiieiiui will house
    C Hitch, Mr. and :Mrs. l holes. : thousand. fob. Judsonla) Ark. Nelson publisher of the Kansas any that owns the Kansas City art to bo bought; w'th' \ the income
    Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Mrs. D. L.. Crews. D. C. Jones N. U. Ethel, Lake City.-Florida Power and I Cash with order. J. H. :Moore City Star who died< 12 year ego wapaper. She provided that ot a :!\\IlIOO.IIIIO estate Mr. fvel

    i Foreham Misses Flora. Belle Jack.Jack- Grlflln:Miss Carrie Miss Myrtlce Uglow, Jackson:Miss :Mr j j I Light Company Installing now J Lawtey. Fla. I I was completed: at a great Cost after Klrkwood's death the homo I sun viilca 1 to< Kansas: City.

    Doris Batey Myrtlce Ed- white. system In this city. 1-21-8t-3-11
    V ton, Mlddleton and. Myr- E. M. Rooks Mr. and Mrs. way
    ion Madge

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    VI- be" the wilting of the plants In the ,c'ons GItOWISn ('() TfI'ITS: CKAV eO..ST1. SIIEit1FFC.LLEi It should not be enough to have clothes than in any other garment,

    h II:' middle of the day. If this insect : AltK: (JKTTINfJ: / \))f1t; WAV ) ON CARPET: clothes that are only serviceable so it is Important that working

    I lie'otnes established In the patch for working hours-they should I be chosen
    --- -- clothes carefully to
    Farmers & Farming the" grower must net quickly as it 'I' I Governor Arts Following Visit' ofTulluliaHHCo bo becoming ai wt' l. Women ore
    Severn. have enrolled In the make wearer look attractive. "
    { ; Is entirely capable of quickly killing 'corn' growing contest! to be bold Angry ('Itll.'nll. seen more in their working ';
    t the. plant The remedy Is a
    I here thin year. Tliore. IK a state ) ;
    Illy .\Ki-iiulumil/ IMilor; ) good "tI'OIl'ullt..nrt. Insecticide, prize I of $150.00 offered for the t
    HIII li us nicotine sulphate or der- .'111.. Feb. 19.--
    I1o0y In the corn club iiKiklnn/ thoII"'HI ,
    ilHiil. I pint to GOO of water. If Sheriff K. J. Weeks of Clay county .
    HliowInK ill stale! nil things ,
    IIi< 0111\1' Hiilphate IH used l the grower ...ur".ltll"rp,1.'hlle, time wan today, notiliecl to appear bufnro -
    1 ; FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE should add pound or two of county Governor John \V. Martin. en ?
    rommlHHiullerll hiivc offered, $100to
    t ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND : Hull oil1 laundry soup to ouch Wednesday to report on condlHoiiH -
    j tiny person nuikliiK, 1K5 r : bushels
    f TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY OH gallons to innke It spread better. per. aero thin. year 'nothing i'oIlMI ld- i lii his rOil nLy. ,
    Owing to the dlsagrvuublu
    fred that A iluleKutlon! of upwards\ of fifty
    135 bushels
    11 i I{ except ] are
    taste of hlcotluo" sulphate thu burls I
    mud on ono full ncre. The club l ('In)' rounty rltiztMia nl,(>clIl'(' r;\ :Mom: :\ J.C'I''oS.II'nJ.s: :! i '\lt '" 1I.ItItI.SI'"s\ :, ; .should ho picked( before It Isapplied. boys. will have. I the same ,chiini-u' \ before thu :rtute's chief
    i\: 1'11! ito\v Hilt o\vv .\C -1'1\1': r\tsr.iii.v: Tho plants mimt he at thin as the adults. I executive with tales of alleged l
    roitii) AMI i,'IM: : The only restrictions for the vice, threats bootleg wars
    i ivitiv: THIS 9l': t9OVHtrnwimprry rjuld will run down Into tho frown
    boys competing for the $1 GO open BuilliiK of Illicit beverage
    of I tho plants where the lingo areworking.
    (fay! Spuds Johti'Min( ) I [ growers of Florida IIH I that they do not use p..l1.e'l and usked Iliaf Clay county lju

    \\'.. hour "n (OiiHidi'ruhle' amount ore" comim-iK-Ing./ bo troubled by ,, nure or land thut him been "cleaned up"lIrlolis ."
    of I talk I nowadays to the effect that 'I,( two Inserts. whldi. usually do not MIAT: : c'\SS"H UI'IJ'I'-; : penned, nnd when the corn Is \ members of time delegation -

    "money IH tlnlil. AH u mutter of !!Ihngln to ho. doHtriutlve. until much about knew high mo KiO pound I that culled upon the Koveriiur Surround Yourself /

    fart" money IIIIM always been llRlitl Inter III Iho HonHon. They) are the "Soup "Murk. nit rate of soda as n nl(Ki dressing! yoBterduy afternoon told of
    l hidden from mo and bas been I rod opldcr and I the Po hwra. The) i It l.. expected that n $ ")0lrI7" I alleged vales of liquor| which they
    10.1 r| to dig out, lluuiivur 1 by I, unusually early IIPI>.-lIrUIII'e of All IIOIIPH. whether raw uiv cut 'will bo offered. HH se'ollI l i>rl3B\: for 1'claimed to have been made with

    I hard. work ,ubd. ) I pi'iHintonco" I liuvou Mime liiHPtU Is undoubtedly, due from steak roast or other cookedmeats the boys clubs In n state. wide con the. knowledge of the sheriff and, ivith

    I'l' u MI. I ly been ""h' to dig,| name of to the extremely dry wenllier of should be utilized for soup lest. that A-fieu they had coniiilulnod to SafetyAJOIJ
    Block. Marrow bones Should bo Some of the men and\ boy who him because of conditions! In Clay
    It 0 t of time I Rood ground' of my.n I limn, punt weeks and, may ho ex1na I
    "1, 'led. Im-reuxn In sucked: head llpt In two with have entered, the contest for one county, he bad answered l, "I have
    severity u 1- I
    i eyes and 1 soft I hones from noHlrlls or both of the (,rl1.e'l :are nx follows halide tied."
    v.t II irliiK t Hi In 'talk about money p less checked by rain, says J. It. i my
    removed and the cleaned feet with
    lieni,. light find to write I : ,
    having : Watson, entomologist/ cif time Flor iovcrnor Martin assured the
    hoofs removed, also ho IIddl.,1for ,
    ; wini i .minx every week which I', Kxperlmeiit. Slutlon. may Hilly WalnnrlKht. I.a\vtoy. : largo delegation that the sberllC
    J i, 'IniiiK, will hit of Interest, to. form The red spider In it small Soup block. All sinews nnd Henry Hinson, Hampton.Willie wOllld'''clenll'up'' the county from
    ini-i, f Florida, I got to thinking tiplder mite varying from, moat HcrupH, not otherwise utilized Edwards, filu rk('. whlrh" the complaints were mach
    about I what n farmer should do '' to deep red. In gl'el'n.'IHhypllllw color may also bo added Cover with Jackson Rivers Sharks. I i and that if Weeks fulled to do so, "Vlf"n: : you drive a Buick all these factors

    .I wli.-n.. nancy, l 114 tight. riooduess' I I which works on tile leaves and l cold water, lightly salted, bringto Others aro" I''e.1| to enroll ; they would have a sheriff who contribute to 'our feeling of security.
    boll and simmer until bones :
    J a the und
    among buys ve urge an
    know It's hard (m>uicli( fur u fruit of the, plant, sucking the Hap would
    fain" r to gel money' In periods I nnil ('111151 hg the plants. to become' are Mock.entirely Hones. exhausted h(, dried for soup and many as poxlbla to enter and : The governor intimated to the.Iclcgatun I T'tt ra power in tho famous Buick Valve-In-
    may [
    p t of Deed l prosperity! and it may :i dry and Incapable of producing. / County Agent Ward will give any that he would, remove
    feed used
    1'\ ground for poultry or aafertilizer. HHHiHtaiice In the Head
    poxHlblo helping Engine.
    hi' orKe In periods of depremdon good berries. .
    I tho present sheriff if alleged conditions
    Meat be (
    scraps may to win, for lie Is anxloiu
    I >" M>r small the deproHMlou" buys very
    I Control I
    measures urn the use of In Clay county 1101OVED
    .lit utilized for meat louf. The soup I for the prize to bo won In Drn.l'fol' E\trf r3tecticr from Btick 4-wheel Brakes
    Hiilphur\ form .
    soino The glib-k- remedied
    l ,
    stark should be strained
    ( excess I' CDIIIII)'.
    +c,", (Of COIirHe WA Will Wllllt lO doeverytIIIIIg enl an cheapest way ti,> nplpy this, of grease skimmed off. It not condensed The adults who plan to compete becausetheir operating parts are drop-
    we run to nnvo exuen- and 1 mi entirely/ elfeitlve cue' If
    enough to jelly when cold, I all steel.
    also for the free for prize, forged
    l '
    n 's. \\ ., Hhonlil, follow that 1>1111('" the weather Is warm Is to dust .
    let simmer until the right consistency ( .o..p..alhlwith. the boys! In some
    t all tile time. HerniiHO" wo ran got: the plants with flowers of milpliur." li reached 1111 hot Into cans cHRe, are: i,\:y> safety and easier from the
    4 ( steering)
    a good: price" for a product, Is norcuHon For this 1)11"\111)40' pick, out tlio miiiI I
    to within 1-2 Inch of top. Can, tip 1300 YEARS
    M. .K. Edwnrdi, Oeo. Hlnson,
    why wo should KO ahead l olio I of 'a good hot day mid dust and process: Mr. Powell n. F. Ward. (,';:-beuring; -surface steering gear.
    and produce' thut product, lit moreoxpenxo the plants thoroughly.!! An excess '
    r. than IH mtcexxitry. It will of Hiilphiir. will do 110 burnt cither )No.; 2 cans 40 minutes at :250;: We are also waiting putiuntly" to' laarlem: oil has been a worldwide :.u:::'ounJ )'our family and yourself with
    degrees F. or 15 pounds of HLell1lll'reR'HII'O. hear from b. L), Urerii" Dan Moore,
    to the
    { especially wlso for nil to figure growth of the plant or the i for liver and
    i remedy kidney t W.y. Luy a Buick!
    II. IS.VlgnliiH, Judge Cartlluer:
    I out little ways of Having!: expenses trust he warm, well above SO degrees -
    )No.; ::1 i cans GO mlnntcH at 250 und Home others to enter this. ;3lclder disorders, rheumatism
    thin >eur. llowcvor. It would not or oven DO degrees III theflavor
    he. wise for its to muko too drastic of the ben-leu. Hut In order degrees F. or 15 pound of Bteiimpressure. I 1 All persons who wish to enterIthis ''umbago and uric acid conditions. ;

    outs In our vxpiMiHnH. Sometimes to bo effective, I lie -weather I oiliest, pluiiHO notify K. .'. rrIF G7X5ATSST BUICK EVER BUILT

    p we can nave money by upending HI"raw berry patch If the weather Italian "Stjle. Slew" Wad, county agent, Sturke.' OL1) M D(1AARLEM .
    ,I ;P money IH coal| or cloudy< or Hie I Infestation 5 pounds lima bents (dry) 1 Come on all men und boys who "'di.
    } It IM more Ilion ever Important. Is very severe so I that pound fat good butter, olive oil, I wish to enter thin and let'H see ( OIL
    that wo (grow most of our food prompt "control. IH necpHxury \plant fat or good melted kidney, whllt can be
    and feed crop ueo.I..d.. I'eople Hprnylng with lime-sulphur will \he fat), 2 )No; 3 cans tomato puree or 'wo win no prl/e, we will have' ,,
    have to emit, whelhnr tlmen nro more, el'l'e( tlve. For this I purpose canned. or fresh tomatoes, 6 finely 'lots of fun In computing with the ..orrect Internal troubles stimulate vital STARKE FLORIDA
    hard[ or soft And we ourselves MHO commercial lime-sulphur\ aIdjiit hopped onions, white ground ,other fellow and will lean :(;"ns.Three hues..All druggists Insistn

    lire among/ 'the people who. have. to 1 part to 60 of wnter. Itlpo pepper to taste, salt to taste, fresh I'how much we can (I". the ori..inalltenuine GOLD IEOAL.

    lo fed. If wo lire not 1(01111to berries. should be plclipil,, before, meat scrups, raw sinews or hones lLOflEIT J : K. WAIIIJ, :I ___ ______________
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    v he taking \In HO mild, money for this Is applied us It loaves a dlsiigroenhlu (may he omitted ) I County Agent.SO.XKIM. ; 752525257, .'ucSS'u: I5 25dI ';:=;;':' (J

    r: t'' the period then wo should planto odor, and taste, although; Soak the lima. henna ( butter -+- -- -- -- I I
    not put out HO much. The only not dangerous to tho consumer. beans for 2. hours or a little : CANK: IN l'
    way to carry out this program" Is Tho other insect, the I'urnern. Is longer it It can de done vltlioi.l I XVATKU: CONUCOI.S I HOItlOHSiuinesvllle ; ,

    ' to rulHo our own food and[ food, a much, more Herlous pest ThisIs ) the beans so mmrIag. The outer Never Tied
    crops a grayish Insect the skin of Iho Leans may bo left In or I ( Flu.-Tho Florida Money UpIn

    C'ortnln crops eiotiiatlmus promise young mire feddlHh-yellow and removed. us preferred put over 'Slate Plant Hoard Is railing attention .
    bettor results than other crops look like ants) which belongs to the lire In enough cold water to I to a new method (or treatIng -

    for a particular year. Thin your, the chinch bug family and has the cover well. At the Hume! time add cane In the control of the cane

    ,q the bout promising/ things for characteristic chinch hug odor, the fat, tomato puree or sliced borer, ono of the worst. posts with ASatsuma
    Florida farmers deem to to be but is considerably, longer than tomatoes, onions, meat, scraps or I which Florida cane growers have

    peanuts, corn and hogs.' Beef the chlnrli hug which attacks St. bones, and white pepper to taste. to contend. This method, Is soaking -
    cattle, kept /growing from calf- Augustine grass in Florida' The Cook until beans mire t tender. Then p the cane tor 72 hours In cold
    hood and marketed at nix to nine Insects work. down, In the crown add Halt to taste. Remove tho water. The old method was to

    months of age should bo profitable of the plants, from which theyeach sinews and bones, pack boiling soak the cane for an hour In a solution Grove
    UHO.| It III easier' to get Into the "ILI' The first symptom hot In cnns Cap, tip and process: I ot llordeiinx mixture and

    tho hog game tliun Into beef, cattle of the prcHenco of this Insert. will No. 2 cans fiO minutes at 250 tobacco extract, COO parts of llordcuiix ,

    raising degrees .". or 15 pounds of steam to 1 part of Ithickloaf\ 40. I!
    Among the things which members of the .
    wo family, )1ro\'I xhouM
    on our life Insurance I>olldoa, Retting family keeping up our' paymentsto .[ !I.'. or 15 younds of HtouniLi Ill u lucent 'cjunileily bulletin of 5.0; FHOST DAMAGE: <; TO SATSU- gl'Oesvill, earn good dividends.Ordinary .
    nieilli-iil alteiilliin for churches, :
    proper etc
    1'\'OH8I1"\ "Ii' the Stuto Plant Hoard of :Io1I "I..III-.. I I small
    land plus a amount -
    --- -- --- :\I.S1' LEN; SAINT
    Iplln which it 1s l lupui'ted that the ,I
    new method Imu I>e.'n reiominend- of labor and fertilizer are

    w > J mt2 ed by the liureiiu of Kntomolcigy : AIAKY the essential requirements to produce -

    ; : sugar curie hmeit laboratory' ut
    handsome profits.
    New: Orleiiim, and bus been found I I E
    Our Satsumas came through the
    HiiciM'Msi'nl: In certain reit
    A Satsuma has actual I
    : wuo tuud In Mhialurtlppi.! ,I January cold l spell without injury grove an
    Any convonleiit loot (''a' "stream market value the minute the trees

    will do for soaking time (tune mid ,I i und we are able to take care of all are planted but wise men hold
    It Is reported. that the uoukod
    \ orders with usual
    t our promptness their investments for the
    : r cane not only Is liuud of borors greater
    :: .J S Mtr but iilno KermluuluH! about two and high quality stock profits that are bound to come

    ",,,'k.. earlier and gives u better from of
    a bearing trees.
    eta 11.1. Write or wire for prices on ;your
    :lUalnesvlllo--)r. Joseph! Roomer, 'j requirements. SATSUMAS RETURN FROM;

    professor l of secondary education
    ut the t'nlverslty of Florida, ; l ir. $200.00 TO $1,000.00 PER ACRE

    IJ) 19i[ 32e '0 a Y/ I 1 1 1 r I J.V.. Norman, dean of time t(>lLch.

    I 'eiM' college, and a lumber. jf )1 lhi1 .
    !' Floi'idu eiliicutlun ollirluU moo' I The sales from one 7 1 12 acre grove of which a record has

    to represent, limo M.Uo ut thu tulubrutlon -
    a f '? at Peabody> coIleKo' )NaHhI ; I I I been kept were $32,500.00 above transportation and selling

    e- ; k' 1'i' : a I villtj. T"nll., Febiuur :Jl: to :Jo: I
    '1 commcmorullng tho UCty yours ot expenses during a 15-year period but there are many recordsof
    i iKl Horvlco. of Ur. iMi'Murruy; hand of Satsumas
    returning as high as 1200.00 and $1-
    -* -" "*T" --* *->*-!W *iff. 't' v- the Institution. Drs.! Uoeinor und I I even

    kfj Norman will later. no to )Now; Or- I II 800.00 per acre in a single year.

    | loans, lo join the Florida' (dulcgu-I'
    O R G ttr err r flrrhtec, a. NP I nr i 1 lion cu route to the national eau, I II

    1 tltba cat luual meet ut Lapis Texas
    j I While ut Nuxhvllle); ( '. Itoemer I The Satsuma Is Adapted To Northern

    was scheduled t.j speak, on the I

    jl subject Mc.Murriiy. tin man. | I I And Western Florida

    Mt. Hora.-1'ost olllce receipts i

    l for 1926 totaled lli,386, compared :
    to 112,170 In 1925. i ;1 Nowhere else can they be grown more cheaply and they will

    C+E D pAl I::3 yield more clear profit per acre than any other crop the land will

    I Fort I.auderd.iloWork to ::3 produce. We ourselves are planting them and
    extensively various
    aL start soon on construction. ut Coke I II
    Llvhuo ( avenue bridge. over New Hiver. 2 officers of our company are planting individual groves. What the

    L \ lea t+viw fxt I ','". Z'"O.troM. [[::3 round orange has done toward the development of South Florida

    r What Is a !g the Satsuma will do in the Northern and Western parts of the

    State. Our
    {] booklet

    If Diuretic ? I !{]

    I -
    People Are Learning the Value of : [{]
    t I Occasional Use [{]

    [{] Glen Saint Mary Nurs.Co. sums up our nearly forty years experience
    -- : knows that a Inv g with this fruit tells how
    PLOOC. t>JAA EVERYONE the bowels. ., ; to protect the trees

    .. -,- A diuretic performs a similar a : from cold, how to cultivate and fertilize ;

    ; p 5 DiIUGSH'Un i function to the kidneys. Under [[:J Glen S\ nt Mary, Fla., gives reports of growers and shows why the
    G' A : ('(If.OXLILItL'N lur rhour' and comfort. This fireplace slender windows. |I the strain of our modern life,
    [ Satsuma is bound to be '
    our organs are apt to become profitable for I
    G.t LOW Is flanked by a book case The rot of the bungalow la vu- '!
    and assistance. [
    rti i Oil 0110 tilde nnd a window seat on negated shingle. And, the walla sluggish More anti more require people are r:J I Please send me copy of to come. :Mail the coupon. ,

    ( fly R. C. Hunter & Bros. Architects the other. are wide siding, broken by the attractive I I leamlnlltoulleDcan'.PiJl.toccaslonally [:J ;your) free booklet on the I'

    ,; New York) 1'liL-ro In a very quaint ou What n charming home for a nation which is so essential j Mary
    + ( llttlo dining ulcove coniifitliiK [
    ? Here Is a bungalow for the conservative I,' to good health. More than 50,- j
    bride, and what comfort and pleasure -
    the living room and thekll'hcu. [
    1. borne lover; uo frllln. 000 grateful users have givenDoan's I
    just the place tor those would 1 be hers in the possession r i Name .;.. .: Nurseries
    lust good plain construction and signed recommenda- ------- --- --- i Company
    j- conveniently arranged plan. Intimate meals so full of pleasant ; of such a compact and at tions. Scarcely a communitybut C
    11I0 III e II IS. The kitchen la well ; the same time, dignified house. has It. representation. Ask C 5
    a A touch of delicate Colonial detail equipped and the tiled bath at the Cost, about 3.500.. I II your ntifhbotfDOAN'S :I Address ______________ : GLEN SAINT MARY, FLORIDA
    however f Is gained by the enr I CC ,
    t Complete working plans and 5 (Largest producers of citrus ;
    trance. The slim Iron rail curves rear of the house und ample closets specifications for this house maybe 1' p trees in the

    Invitingly, seeming to beckon the are provided throughout. __ world.)
    obtained for a nominal aum 600 -- -- (
    guests Into the enormous living The van porch on the opposite from the Dull *. .
    Stimulant Dixrmtie t 1 Kds.y.P
    -room, with Its great open Areplaco ,lend Is very attractive with Its long to House A-120 -M.IbwaCaMta.ChI. ._........ r S cJ ,

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    BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.K "...\1.... "T.\1""' 1'I.OUin
    as 1027
    FEMIWABY .. intM,. Mntf, l' t .iddi" H", 11..1.1I. L Ldt
    will htt i.n..1. n KM I nut y*> 11.
    I iiKHKltKnthat : : 'IH i M .I' phi. ItiixlHim tmMitd
    THAIX I IKffectlve C'II \<:11\1..::1'1 IT IH .

    .........""""'"'''"""''..'"'''''"'"''''''"'"' "''"'"''.'' .,..1'11'11II11"11' ," .0 I ""II'I"'IW'I'"II'"II''WII"IIIIIIII''II''mlll""I.II'"I' ,' '''""" '' '' '', '''' Deals 12:01 n.m. Sunday Grove"s 'thlH 1"\H'rl"lt II. .. ..iMihllnhiMl IUUMi .. IH 'unkno\\u'tlfti-iiilaniH' to' ,thorn kno\\ii, ami 01 Ihll l"kl"1''i\\n<'"

    1 When Fashion .i \\ ,'k f'I' Knur .. .H..UtO'' In thu Htatn .. .. .
    Ttnvo n new "i>ludale. .. nn pornon 1.1..11"
    2nd. we nnulfittd
    Jarnnry in i ho ...Inl'h. ..
    Sturko l ... "knon to 'llii'in" tlio, MurvU'o -
    COUNTY HAPPENINGS Trains will run its followsSOUTHBOUND 11101"10",1' :ss ut thv 1.'I"rll." ..r IH"1 upon \\'h" won 1,1 bttul oithtri.f .
    Tasteless h..hl. .ami
    tho Mild dofondnntH' t mn-
    : nnd ttuttlt
    This Froc1: I thi* KirThth: Judicial" : : I II I Iowa tnat' tbov .1. not
    I ..I :, ; Moal: ;of thiM court, an \\v\\ nti i 1.10.11..11. a
    10liO: .m. hil ainlltutilr ,
    No.: 1 Dua Starko p of U. W. A Merman. "..\v, "1 bv il, i "in ch .

    AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORHESPONDENTSi :-:0.:1: : Duo Starko 10:31: : a.inNo. \. Chill Tonic .-i, K I'.1.111'0"f 1 '.. .....\I. hiM t tho I 3rd .1..>' ) liavit not tbo hoon, ahlf I.I dofoitdantH/ to. ast >, -
    II III" of HII
    ; liny
    at Mta.rUofii.i .
    A 'nll
    Leads 303 Duo Slurko 10OH amNOKTIinOUNH r I'limiy L. 1':17 110 itoad or ultvo, or In oxIMrm ,' "r

    .".'..".'''.....''....''.......".,....i.,iiiimiiimniiini' iiiiin'ii"-,,11111-.,-. -.. ._. -, --, : : ula, O W. AMH5UMAN.ciork not.' And It further allofftMl In -aid,
    Old Standard Remedy for CfiTtiit Ciittrt.lly Mil that I thoto may bo prrnoiiH, thins' ,
    Will I' STOI'S UK Milor No.: 2 nile Starfco 4:03: a.inNo. nd ... IntnrrMtod' In ( ho
    4> 4> < 4> 4> < C. A K Mill IT, P. < it .1'1'0..111>' ,,,
    Chills and Malaria. BOC .. ,IhlH \\lio'
    In HUH.
    I.IKI.'M M.\VIK: : 4 1>UJ Starko 3:52 pin ',' .
    of htifln.H
    \,1 or i '
    01..hl..I. pIl.
    1 OX INMVMTY: I'MIAKulfnrd. : No.; 304:I Hue Stnrko 0:16: p m8TAUKU \ .,. ,,*II.WH. Bolltiltort. 2-4-ut T-<. IH uII..wI ..,'o'1llllu""I.' uml tnHII '
    AND\ WANNKKNo. : \ ; "r ''| UK.IIH'' tinch ;
    HAMPTON : : \ ;

    .. Feb. 18.- Saved from I ; 101 I.c.ivt-8 Starke II : ;11)) a.inNo. BOROZONEis Mint 'n .( *. Ittiown'I..II: tin Known ctofi'iulttntt ''I;'i

    the electricihalr IOSH than an 1 : 102 Arrives Starke 2:1:! p.niT. NOT liniment In cirnilt Court, KI hth Ju Ilolnl "' : )'OHt. It Ix 0/.1..1.,1 I I hut.

    .. >!> 4> .t' .!> 4> on*
    It I.then..nll."tl. vorv / In Cluiiiiory, .. aiul If ilonil, 1 thnn hi*, h.-r,
    Elder J. P. Haner pnntor 6f the for his execution, only to [jcu! theproripurt ..h....... ttftvft re.tty for burn Una. whet.r ..,... t 1'1..1./1.t .) thchor. ItH. ItolrH ilovlHoeH, lowai.--i, I, '
    '.. wound*, I 1'lwIU'.
    1I .-1.,1 cut
    church here filled : litPOltrrinnuclal .. ', 'rantoix, HUtH'i'HHot'H nr IH.I.u., and ,
    KifBt Chl'lKlllm of Incarceration In an Insane It "u.IU tM Ana fteultuil. U..a .aJ.u. 'III.III1II" .
    I latvmtiit county lelmnl funjTur ........ '111 pLM'HoitH, nrtiiM antl corpora" "|." t \
    last Suuily 111l'o.wnf.ot'
    appoint men t to '
    hl21 regular aulyuin or icHentencinig thu month of .Innunry, | ij ; 1,1/rttt 1'lwr"lln. hRVll1 < r clalmtnir nny tn J
    and evening.Mrs. l .'I'taln' lamln tvlnff ami 1..I"o I'I
    morning deiith Kiifiis Chesner, Clay county
    frT.No Gonernl Hrhoul FunilaItul .. II" ,,!: SIO"I' I\.r'II.llnl.' by atlldavltd I In ItrmlftiKl" ...nll. 1'h'ldu. 111" n
    C. L. May nnil< daughter joiith. tonight waited at the state Jnn. I, i'iS7'\ '> ..' a, .. : thn: \Mil ftlod I hi: tho nbovontatiniho ."ml tloKcrlhiMl d>-"
    ( dlirlllK, tnulilh !1.,1 liWnriiiniN -- ----- -- - ., Tlioi'iUoii, TinMHltll' KirtofM, ( I ) 'IliM'or' *. .t
    on 111..1"" < .1! (hat 1.1.1. 'h. r v-
    flll'llhl"'c. apathetically
    Uvelyu Joyce arrlvetl here from prison I iltiilnir, innnth li.i'illnl. \ ". < t ''>. .tint' ill p" i '.t,ii*, Intlcltit' .tl' ,
    Btarlce, where th'>y have been for the )plnim of olllcer" to traiiHportMm l'VI |I. IH'J7" 1 ..ii 7'DhHrlct .,1. i i .ui ,i. MUM, < <.1 l ,Ipa, v tli' M' nf thSlnln, of Klorlila, und mm n t U'ulnr:: doHcrlht:<1 1IM
    No. I. liIn IH unkimwu aiul IN : \hnKNililnir, HoiithwoHt, rot "n, i iH
    to the iMivul county jiiil at .i .01 d. i" 11 i h \\ ii ,h 'i 1 1 "iili'iii i> 0\1 u't
    Buvcrul we. ,iks.Mr llnl., Jan 1 I1U' loo" 1.11111. I 1.\,\ ,. ,I .1 .iv ..! |-VI.i. x. A I" 'i\\4tii. > '" '' > .'IH. It IH t hoi ofitrn t.rd : f-aitl 11.1., ', inn Ktinl: 80 r.i.i' I

    let) lust. Jacksonville for heartim to iluturmlne. Vcli I. l 11>27 1004Illnlrlrl I" : ; *>i d I' Mi ld mm ,rottlilmit ili>Nnd' 1"0 ", ron ..,., niotn or, I.. >
    J. H. Lanireaux No. 1.rtnl. \\ .1. I-U'I'KIISON.:\ : b.ami .i I XVOHI I, dH, tttlMICO S'MII, hi I, ,
    On the hearing ant
    his ,
    II.HIIOHH to St. minify '. Kh.l' : \: \ : ; ;; :: i.IIII.n';: IOHH to ifn ,
    Saturday for a trip Jnn. I. l"-7! SHitll' <>1 Hi' ull.-i'l "initv, IM.II I tti tho 1r11rl'oMuplutnt : on foot iiioi. or point
    will bingo the OUIIK> killer's fate..Inme 1 K<<<>.M>ll..>tn iliirlnu in..11 Hi :::17"0 "I,!. .ITU, ,1! \ I'llii i.> ,..hl1ll1l"Ii"i "i ,ald i ..... MIf''I'. i \limhiirlto: :
    Lou la! Mo. II Uiinch\ CheR cr'lI at- VV'.iriaiiiit, Uiirluu; month 21105 "I .h\ ,- i .<,iuio, i
    Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Joluis of llnl. ].',,l>. I. 1I'37 4.-I.2.Dlmrlci "" aiitHoii.. 2-2:.-!'M4Iti.UlHlIt :I \\H4[ th.- ,1"KIII.IH..f HIII 111 \\ ltlho I ',\ i HI' '11 ii'a rt or, of Hnut hwont iiin' 11 I."i ,
    i loinuy, obtained n stay of execution : No. 3. l ilo. of nh"1 hohiM* In '.II..* Thi < !
    1 .10 t
    Sturke were the guests ot Mr.Johns' early thli .uflernoun from Itnl./ Jan 1. lU7' 411.1 \ I ION M | It'I] IlIh"1 tit I. 10) "I, : i, TowtiHhlp Hovon (7) Hmtlia .
    brother, it. Jiiliu lust Ct'i-ollMM ilnrlnir ninnth, ::1017 1 i .I t 1 r"'I' I IH furlhor' ordorril that tliln ortlor ,,IM:If. at'i-OM moro ur It'HH t,'
    JinlKo' !:: Guorgo Cooper Glbba InJacksomllle \ViifiiiniH" ilurlnur iminth 11.1.111'Utll. ', I book of (lie "''n.r \\''' ht> imhlltdiod. .0 .avook forfmii .\ 'and otifh of you ait* 01li \: j\
    Sun<1ay.IIII' \ the inwir.liyliearlng l'VI I. VJ7 I'll: !r.Uo'rld .. 'Pin-( .i-KlMlrnt utho I' I'OIJHIM ut \\uvka tho l I rudfi "- i oil' antl our' j.J
    pending' No. 4.Illll. .. Htm' "kc. Klorlilu.Cli-iU will, In bo 'ttuCity n,*'m .iU Ciiiinty *|Iv.H>|**Kra|>lt, II now")Mpril :IIIHor or :i'.I'I\ \::;; : ,: t; ho hill:1',11: f fomplalnt .

    Floyd Green of Starkc was : after the supreme couithail .Tan. I. I'i'J/ 10 OiUul. ( utllro fii'in nf 1-VlHiuiiy thu, loth. to Muri'h12lh l>ul llihot! | In tai l C..I"t 1 ami HtatoThlH .. HO ."hlhlp.1 nualiint, \

    a buslncBs visitor: here hist Mon refused to interfere' with the 1'Vli 1. VI27' 10.lini.lrlrt Hull 1127" fi'i- tin loglnlrfxtlon ol I Kuluuarv Int. >'.!7.Cl. ui thn Hovonth Xl.irrli. A t ttJ7

    No. .. AV. AI.IMlltM, !,, a riorrott nf tin .J! ,:
    ti-ir. Hfliedullc-U, eltctl'ocnlloll. Itnl. .Inn. I. 1U7:' OnItofvlpiH :': !>U>Ltt>lH. C* .\. 1-MTTiMT\ dork' iHrriMt Coin,.,. l'II'1 will h""r.,1 ntriihiHt > i iI
    innnth 11 HiUnl. C. A. KMillir.' I I IM I'HIHTHKU: 4 >UI >Kltl'i: :", 'Th.,
    Mrs. Wardelle, Mho IKIH buuii u Saint) i'oitl hh'rl..I.'l'he ||h'fiTi'n\ of SlniUo. (Soul) lly ; :: 1\
    027.t1l t U.JdW hllnhotl U'or
    Kvl I. VJ7 t>rmiy Clci thlH tint hu Im pu om-it a u '

    [ guest of Hotel Hampton, for several new contention is that lll\ lrlrl' No. t.Itul. 2-.M-3-. .. --- ---- HIM! XVII.T.1AMM.Hnlli'tt four roiiHofiil, I VHorkn In 'Hut .
    I'.UJ :.11 7ItotMlptK !, I : :. fur Coiniilauiant.i ,: County ToloKTiiph. a w. i*
    days baa returned to hef > Chesser has bel'om1IIIIIIne niuce Jnn. 1 ""'1'10 1.1! OKI I"'W'II r I"H."I .
    L \ ,llIrl"'( month :'Hi 11VnrriintH : : \.1. nf MTotioiul, rlrcul I,,'imHiMlHhod .
    f home in Virginia. his trial I for the killing nearly two \ ilnrhiM niontli 1niUnl. .. I In",1 at, 8tatUHindftml < .
    11. I.IM.3"n
    IS 7: 1111' p..w..1,1 'hA.n .
    Mrs. Amandu ami of his Hweetheurt, Sullle \ I'VI. I. \I'i-7 In.,1'1I"11 "t 1I"n.." I Ir"I',1 I 1"1"11.
    Mrs. L.. E. Harris, < years DIM rlil No. 7.Itnl. .. ."t 1'"hll I'U IIIn \Sir.NKSM" : Mm lionornlilu' ,TiiU.' ." .
    Malumplty A. I. Doylos the day before their, 1.'l 2Y 2S'.IOUciclplN ..nnly. 1.'I"I'hl.. 11'.y\ nI" fir. lilt !
    Merrllle Mra. .Ian. II' ,, h'h'' "I 'h.' 1t..Io.. thu Circuit C.unt for UrailfordCuuiitv of Ih" HlKlith .linllilnl mi.
    Uouttl and father Frank Gould,, scheduled marriage. Insanity asa MATTER whether you como lioirt 'tl. iltirliur' uuinth inonlh 111lllrnn1H :7 Ml' I ".,"'1.,1" '11""h...I..... h.III IInHI... "" ,,','1111 .1.... 1.'I..I", In t'huncoiy.K. : Iho' oltlcliil, ..II..t IhlH 1'11 I art ui'llUN

    the charge of the bridge or nut, i if! wr.u .,,i. ilni Inir "IHII'kl. ,",,1 nl w"1 A. \ tin' Hlif nro of il.I \ 'liM'inuii.I'lolU : ::.
    spent a pleasant day at Silver del'ensu agaluat prusu you nil I. Ki-l 1 l'27 224 II' .i-' .1 .....v"l dMItpUlllUlllt.VM. of thin 1'iilirl: ,: HilM Iliii, Sn.l
    by the frock will cort.iinly .i ': Dl.trlet No. t, ...h..1 1" In \\,11 \\ of .liiiiiiniy, A. I". I. ,-inrlx.
    la Marlon county last murder was passed' upon smart new you 1' i .. .. '" Inv 112 .
    Springs Unl .Inn I. |1":1/: 12707 : \9J1IH: 'ih. .,7'1\\ :: : Itallruatl ft \.,
    I trial court leaving: It out ot consideration more valuable reward )mr triciulli! \27.07I ; ..I h '. ; 1 ti'lorhlii' CUII"ny. nLII 1"I"I'lln.
    Monday. Hill ,l-'eli I. 1"27. ... Idn... wl..lI, .,. ..\' '..'I Ih..," 'lomlaiitM.Illll (I. \\'. AM'HUMAV.Clclk : .

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Puraley enteran according to tlio supreme miring approval of your costin-.u 1 I DIMrlrt' I'U7,, No. 10. 'jr.r t I:' 'I", .. '1"1.., ...h..11 ,'..n'.I1.'.. ,... ..10.." fur I..... .. ("nI.. ") ulrlliiuI C'ln' I'mil 11. Ill" ninIV. -

    court's rulings!:: Mai. .Inn. 'I. iI" (riiHtti' >i> .. ..1'1..'( r IM' in M"* nnil Oihor llrllfffXtJTlCK l-'lni Mi
    their Kuest.II'. and after all it Is of less imK>iUiue, to I v ilurliiM tnunlh K I1 I 'i .
    talulOd | :
    I 11..1..1.. 10ln(, tUl HllRO to IM' ftHrnHH..* Mrs. Warner of the Paul and Chesxer expressed little Interest what trumps are out than to knon v, tit Wni'rumilmliiir month 2.M SODl.lrlrl |'or' t h1 puiirt" .'' nf hfililltiHT ,M"rllon 'I'ho Kin/ i Ula ,' 'I'uUY. iti t"i.|"llty '10.,1.I
    Mill I-VI. I 1 1"27 II. !'" 1\.1.\ I atloii Klo, Ida, Ijintl and liiimlKiiittt.ii A. H I'lllSWH.Solli'Hoi .
    > ,
    ItoHlin MlHtilrl. 01' i"
    this when Su- In |
    Wame Lumber Company In the proceedings >lca are In. The front slurring! ...Il i;,. No. II. 3"10.1 ,illiitr .1. K Uoditir ami J".. \li:.....tor ,aroII i i'omiMt' i>", a *'i>i IMU ut Inn. fur ..II.llluIUI.| ,
    J. S. Hlllcli\ \ or theprlHon Itul. J.inI IH27 I .. :' ; : C..miiaunnd, : :, ::: lI r.l-i-4:'
    week. peilntendent skirt Is very new, as u the soft (jiullt! \ .1 i ilurliiw. niuntli 1120VVnininlH I \ |.|''tl III*>t1 Illll.lilt.W I'H.l'of John St i m 11 n iV i
    of Green CovjiSprings fn-ui told him ot the execution 11'iM-hiin. :luI 1 1n* piu" IMIHU of tinl'tltiK'' ( ,lor- i ,u U .>f I'h. a, n, a ,d I < m|ioi' 'iIIOI.N
    Emery Priest Its buckle. Tlie: n.n'IMW ... ." ;: : ihirlnir innnth st1''!.* I I Inn In \> <>mliiwn.| ,llHlrltt! .1 I M: 'I 1 ,- If 111' .,. in 1'ilHii'm-i.' .in, .1 l IIm Mllll II Ol' Hill! "!"' 1.('''.''! Nl\

    ; visited hln mother' Mrs \ stay."If band fini&hca the neck discri'ctly i>n"n 'i III I l-Vli I tllitrlrl l'i.7 No. l>. HltM." .1. S Normii" ami, 4'arl 1 Illll lardmo 't .uli\ .. ol, L'xlni, out o (I.. tin* tin- I 1'1:1: i iv'i' '! \ oii.. \ >\ 11 ;" J..
    J. Priest last Friday. I have to go I'd jnxi as soon 111! i-: I IH 1t1..ln..1, U"""' ''' r<*. LlHM\1 Ih" i "-M.I, H )I. H.I, I I Opl 'lll.lI IIOMIN.lliMili !
    |l. until it reaches the ilr\.iM.mi r" I" ion Mill. .1"". 1 I'lil 10 AUVjiiinnii. i.. \v.II h ''t'I""I'" !' I'I I I" ,'r. t.l, Ut.", 'H III' t ilt I h "I| | lU' llll\' l> 'I."UII
    go now" ho told Mr. lilllch. | (... .-||.| iliirliiir "monlli ,', onItnl \It \\1<;<1IH.S. ('hnlr"" ." l .inn ,1 t "l if..,.11 lin i t II I. Spu K i -- ;
    the sliolllI.T but theieaftei it in. .' \ ihnhiu iiKinlh -1I \\alli A U oMa \. IH Illll. Mu*
    of agent The court decision\ said a new ''14 2HDlxrtrt i ,irtaiOIKK '> MI in' \l\4in / ut ... .1I. ,1"1
    worth county .
    Ono great !I. > l>. I I 1"21 lli'iuil of T" of
    I'. it/. II. I-1.1 I nf n
    frivolous into .1, n .11 \Ihnl' \1'1
    (work ID that It helps farmers, to death warrant would bo In order a path turning .No, II. \ Mil t 4, Jilt |Ilc'l "U It, 4 ) l.iit\t.'>',. I'Mii" hi.i.' will 'n.olvci il" itfoi I Ij ,
    In mui'osti- if ChesHer ever Is I rendjudgtul sane the back with IOIIK slrc.mirr I I Itnl .Inn. I I. r>J7 12 u r %111 1"' \'I lol'on Mlii' In'II, Kdwln: II HtapliM. I"11, \ .1 101,1.| lloi I tuirt'tuiNo' of $itiiiiu, 'nil l llllMllll
    IUBO things; they have '||>IH dmlnic" 'monlli' : \ I .Milt' 'In.II. l''iiiiiNHn' Jordan. Ki" nnk j ; > |,(Kill Of III. T..UIIf
    ; Ih.HI.
    he Ix found to hoInxane likewise talc originil I urn : : : ; : \ inrinlh Ilit 1 nIllll '1' % \ 1I1:1"t: > I MM II M'" I ION .
    cuffs an ,
    I tul eltorts! to get things tlicy wmit. e\en, gruutlnK Waiianl", ilitrhiir .;'mi' oft r.rrv: ori'in ; i.r.i.ii.. ill! .ll.l.l.lM., .II MIMI,. \llll II I < l.ilvlov I 111'.1..1, .I"I r. I'M-.i nlii.. t tI
    tit the next hearing, .',.h. I 1'7 M. I I.. MrHlnno' >'. .lotiu' M.I |||| to nnil' tll" !llh iliLV'of '
    (CON'rig/r/, 1'IJT: 4> Hull,r I I ni-ltlrt No. 11. r % 11 'i : .la.lh.h..I.. '..K T Hunt'!'. .1 I I : Mlin-li, ,\. II; 1137. ut oili) i-, I. : Ic |
    Is esHential for success No; ditto fur tliu sanity hearing liiil, .inn 1 i. i-> -7 IM'I'' : non' I \llhl", u IM
    Sanitation .. .h. .1.1I. 1'lnl.WUI"
    ulxo'i "
    oUnl. (I. 1"'lov
    lt.'..,-li: .iH. ilnrlnir month ; : : Salil lioiiiln, lo Hi' ,. I ".Hi.lnv .
    taken. Ki-llov." I KduaidH I
    with poultry. Avoid< <\ls'a8e21by was set. "full of people who luivo l-'i-li. 1 I 1" i7 n.ii 71"lUlrlrt \VinIriVM.; imrt" liiiHi'i: : "* of Ttx: f :i:>'; MM' \ ;1..1. ,W.I", MIfi I < nf ,IM.,.,.niln.,r 1., .\.111.1. l 1 I'l. .. i nl '\

    euro, feed and< sanitation. human life- wantonly and, willfully No. 19.Unl ml. nuNi, >. lr 1 .t, diit'cl th", I ,Ln..1,1.' I o. i v. ,liav: r.I"I 11: :i.NU.h'I... OimliiiiN, | .> to .ho III lliMIOtlllltlll, lollH ..I l tl' .
    111,1. i iI
    proper ? IIMH
    Declaring .'. i, i'u! ; li :i rr .r ,iniv \ l I' hi.. lntii"l" ntlln ,
    Tallahassee, Feb. 18 enforcement of the in' .1! iiul and, I. .I IIIHI' 00 '" nnil lo ai
    fresh ground bill that \ in' s i Hit ut' In' in v ...1111".1\ ) has m t < 1"
    houses "
    Clean iti-i( i.iiiiH, iiiiihm. iniiiiih Ilh.iilmvo "" .. \'.', I > i of Hl per ciMil' lit'i" aniiiiiii.IHixulilo ,, i
    lorlilu Ill'et .10.,1! | ''If 1..111'
    ot 10..11\.11..1. nlall.1
    that the Jails r by thethemselves. I'i'l :TlU.irlrt > uppll. iHlnn for tux I I Iilav
    prevented l'7 ,
    bolng I lhi> I
    and sunshine are aid!!. law WIIH Illll 1.,1. No. II.Unl In iirrurihiiiri* wit h luw. Hit III r<:r- If dfiid, to I. Ilk ", *, "I.n""ly. on .1.1..
    Governor '| il KI II lit ui' ..I of .' I 'n.I.-,' of j i
    1'11I1.c1l 177 SIXViirrnnlM llllcai-\ tiilu, ii'-M tho ri>noulii' "r ilHCI 1'1"1' '1'
    .Inn. I. I'l- 1'h.. n Inn. i* .." \iar, with hilt'i Hl "' nliii'li JTb
    trad, "UI..I.
    Issued, statement tonlKht' month 1 % 111IuI DM')) |>rnpi-i, .t t v, nil nit t d hi ( ". I" 1.1" '
    iluilnir '
    Martin, I dfit'iiilanlH iiul to ,1.
    | uiHtrtiH -
    Swimmer and Her Son attacking tI.., grunting/ : of 11'111WI'its. '' : Ki-l... I l'l-7 No. IT.llnl JI:I. m Him ciHintv" ..U **. ,l.hifoht I'Motiiin(,'11"to-wii.. : i.Ht -1 ..H.llnl I"ivhiK or, ,'IIIIIIIK ",\' Inlorl aiitmint of htnitiM offitii.d I. for :

    Channel 27 'I'h" MII Id la,. tul 1'lnlof HHNC"* .i*.1| "I In ho follo\\liiMf "M< "', landhIvliiM It- IH, .On n n.I ihn "In. .Ipulof I
    .Inn I.1 I'l.!7 71 I'l 21AViiimnlH till latU l.r l II.> .. 'iHKtllltl* *' Of Hill. .II i ,.! i,id h.I"1 'In I Jt"'n.I.,1. 'i,m", 3.. .. .11.1 liiindti .h..1. ho pavuhlu, f 1OIHMHI ,-
    Tlio\ Governor's statement I'nl1leoft"r ltHilptH ilui,'IIIK mtinth 2 TilIllil I Ih'IIII' lii t ht' luiino of Hi ntiMI" I Inn (1.1",111., ,'u |1' h'nlll'lv ,I. on tho of hocomhctr. '

    lower court today hud Issued iluilnur monlli K7 ,irDUlrlct Ull'."". rtllfNM' Kltltl "I'fl Hlfllltl\ Hhlllho .. an folloWM. ti-wlf: t..ul h"I.1 I 1"2.> and omlliiMr wl h k "ootuberIf.lh. i
    a Kl.>. 1 T'27 riMh'otiH'il. aooririlillic, (<> luw. ta' iunt lo, of Nni,"Ibwofft '" ."i ; 11.111.\ will' ficci'ptod uplo
    t- writ of hubeut corpus InItiifttR No. U. Not'I I In 'IHI oimitfi Si 'Hi\\ .. I'. .XI. Miin-h, ( h,
    a ,, 212 III will hMto. i hfitu.n' mi thi) 21,1 ; : : :; n: i.n 211
    ChPHHer, Clay county youth, Itnl, .Ian. I. 'IIIJ7 4" 21Xnni ..Inv of .Mairh, A U. l'J27.Vtl tin ,MI, HniiiliwoKt. '|n":1:" i Not 11127 I All hhl.l.-i-H aro t ...1.11..1 t.idfpoHlt
    Hi', 'Ipit I' nurl" ur minth Mill'lit. I Ml Illll 'H, <>'HHlal I i 'HI i| 'attoi. tXffit| |> nitn' inNoithfin with XV. Torndt "" j
    in ::1 t'llnl :. : \ "IM "M IIIV I U ; : : : :::: 1. .
    who was to have been electrocutedthis \ .MiH ilinliiir' mntiih 2'il oItradford I IhlH 'Illll U.lll' ihlV l.f. ,l-'ll.MCI., ,., ; at I hilni of thu Mou I ,1.1, i TuiHtoi-B' of llm
    'Ii 1'VI. 1 1H27 1110at luotH wi.' and l HM HI: coiKlloilrhiM'k
    afternoon for the staying at \ A. |> |I27. Town nf fjitwtov 1"I"r\ :
    Countir, AM >iiIAI'liiU :' \. I and """ "I.l r"I' 1-I acnoIUHH for '' \" to It. ItTbodo.
    W < '
    1 l.s.nll: II !
    young! woman. It win tna fount; Hlalo of Florlilt. I I'lrrun, 1'uiiil, Hi.uli.ui.I ",,. ",' In Sont h. voHt < i"i not 1'. ;:::;: j'Y'I: ;:,: /:; : : Una,id uf.TlUHtOOM !

    ot execution grunted by the 1 hereby ci-rllfy tlmt .ho fnif-itnlnii ntntmtnt <- ..,.1111".1..1..1." i illv I".. """ ""u.hllr ,., ,.. In ..".''h- .

    sIllY of th. recrlpta and dliliurnimffnutfm ..r C, .\. KNIllUT. !II. I', \'H'' '''1' "t ""'IH' .,11"., "r Co 11 111..., choc.It roforrod to tihnvAIH .
    courts la the I last vion'h.'If flrailford county for th" mnnll' .II h"111 'Inl..I'. u, dt-poHltod a nun >(
    t. I fiinilii of a-iH-r.i-s-ii. ; 1.1.
    .. 'III" !:: :: :: : : 'I\I':\ ;
    the iteoplo of this state arc .Inn. l''T! l I- 'Irtli. nnil i ..rro'.1 t li I. In 'I"I"U .t..rl 1' coiiipllaiicu, Iw tho the brut of ItnowVilKP ond hi>lli>r. I"K ""'I 'IIK ''h. /.., t .. '1""' I mit "lod. And ... ".in I M nru to h*,
    Interested In breaking\ : up I I..t. my WIGGINS.CLERK'S ",'IIt.1 !>!" .i limits, ".1': '" 'than HuhlImiidH
    II. It. Hold for not pat
    murder that we liuve. It :.:. ::, :'I II'I:: 'I::::: ;.::I'J''Lf""kl"H \; to bo 1'.H U ,to N !
    wliolxale -- -- that :HiilnvH n"I".1 In.ll'
    -- HE PORT Notli'o, IN lii.ruhv ulviMi .1. Tn" ..
    Is high time that they considerllm .. iifU'r iltilu' |1".1. on lo-wil : II'''' "" .\ ,, ,u al lvn.Tho HII Id Trm.toi'fl ronorvi
    enforcement of lawn and riork of Iho Cln-nll ('o"rtIn 1:1: I.I .iliiy <.f Mnri-li. tI! '7. I I hi' millerHiKiit'il l ui'I i>f NmthoaMt. ijunitor nf MouldUNI rlcht to nnv nnd. bltlwMy I.
    nf fhn .J.t .I
    Hi-port of Corn, l'ynlMuiiir .
    limit il lii n -' Ivlntr' HIM' holme In HUH ... I Niihl. ofTriiHtocn
    to be Knit for Itriiironl County' FlorMit. mHiriMliil I \\.W"I::: ;:; .t Ih. 1.n.1 ,
    going tii Iho I'oiintj.Inilici
    when the courts are lluVfni' 'Itl2itR '' will niiplv. k I UN to tho Town of tttailto: of tho of ". '
    fr I.IIwl1.1"11.
    1n> M 1'"wI
    lind of "f Ilinilfonl. ri.iinly.. 1"I"'hlll. liiiinidi'd' on thu h hi ,
    mny .. '
    that justice Tn CollretoTo 1./.1" N..r | |
    through no W HAYES. '
    ; 'Iviitu( Mill*
    fin, nil.. urtli.f, it* Hell al pi .. ,, t noun Nm. t ail, ipitu .1.1 It. U. TliniiK.Chali j
    ine," the governor said. nmiUnril founlT .lull. 91. 1'I27Tnunty nil Iho Inli.ri'Hl" of HII lii Mlnnr liuml .Soul hi'iiHt iiiaiti>.1", Hoi ltt. '1' |". I. MI.nA I ItI'.I
    Governor !Martin In previous Hlnrliil'ln" t<> l In' followlnir il.-Bi'i' to, H. U 1J! "KiiHl: on I.h. ICanl: liAlyi" : M TltOl( >"K:, "
    Proprrllnl wit I..IM. T.X.II-III-I' -I uml I IIn II I II. Tlmiium ). \ 1-2S :'M. ..'!> ,
    "11 I'ment Issued some time ago, I' I. Pi'< 1 I. I'i2il II'I'M 211 IMoi.k" I I. '1'.wlI nf. lliliiil'n" '' 'I'l 11,1.f".1 >ni 'l'r.II."I"'lv I ,."."" Sti "Illuul, |, ", H..I.'orv. '
    IHk I 'I
    occasion to orltlclno the action nnil' i iHIM t.-il I'liiintv. l-'li'ilila. ThlH Htiilnv i.u X\OH( hy tho. \\.nl, HIMof I Ilo."I INhlf .
    took of 1..I..I1..v.' 1"21. of ,liI. i 'II >.!! 'UlUI' Illll Illllll I IINiJIIIrlll" 'HII 7 H Illl. l I

    of tliu courts. In staying thuI'Vcution Unl, K-... I. Vi-7 iT'iVirtlll 1\. AII of CM Hluilt.-, 1".II".I.llh, ..", .1.'. 'I r : : !

    of tv > negroes/ \ <>" IV||>III I'lllnlnnl IIIH IIIv 2 is :;.l-.1-11: ''II I 1.1, Hook ".I" P.IKO 117.,"f tin. | IIAKVKY M. SNYIH "

    .- PIII. |1'211, .I 'in 2iini ---'- 1".1.1.I I l 01 ntilM. if Hi, l '"il nl, \ !
    -- -- unit i "11. i < > I Martt half' of '' "* iiimii| >i 9
    I'lan to !grow::" uiroH und ono- --iiI 1 I "U"'I' < i' or i'i'ri: "> 'I'U1'1'1' I .J"Noithoiixl: : .! : .|.: : ;', all In .Si.t.iJ'i | 1 Stnrke Ma.
    i, i'i"7: 1111 : i % i. i.n.i: I. \1 ION 1'onIllli .i ,
    I r-i- onii Mortcln
    to two i Twp II, Honlli" UL1 IIiiMl'llmt I :
    hult tons of silage and one .IMIttlt lllt..l ".....1. : '.11\1' l\MI.\r: 01.* 'IOUNor i ,,: a Hint' IUIH::, ; I In Ih.M ".
    for milk ..... I'lL'n "IKS'i:' 1 % ,' nuii I II\ Member of Klorldn FunrralDiioctom
    tons legume\ liny every Unl !" I. 41 'nit i'on11' of iiithth: Chint. 1,
    this llv! unit. ,'..11, i'!1. .! _11I01':_ ---- foi,. IH.. fni d "" ,i .I.a,.
    i DW' in the !place.I year. I lli'ft.y, iiottif.' IH. KK.ii. to all ,Inv ... I \h>.n.In I. .\.. I I'aM IH i "1,1.1"1, luul ami. EmbHlmeia A .
    llnl IVIi. 1. l'l"7 70K1II snAvrlrlittilr I I \ lion' ) It tnav OIK. .'i n' tinu. i hn jilmvo' mi tin'd i.01' l > 11

    I In'kHouvlllc. Armour Company Fund .1..1.,1' Will llM'pHMt ..Illll lilt" I.oiln, .',<. ,ittd, 11.I\I"nl., or, noi' Ht.iiM 1".1"at, 'na"ind I i ociatlnn.TIIONKS. ,
    |1"2'1' I II' .111lly Hifi lul I* .Ktnliit' .. f.u .
    $95,000warehouse Flnl. HIMI fin pn MKIKO I M, "nd t hit HII' I null
    to erect mm" ..olli'' Hi xUnl the tiiun. ..T HiiitUf' Itiiiilfi-nl, ( '"".iiv i- a.. 1 ", 11",1," ,,I.. '1.,1.1, ''h.' '. ...

    i turn**!1' Myrtle: avenuu and, Hay Kl'.,'Llu. ut I Ili-Mrtiihu, Ht-HHlon. .ifIhf \ ,el..I.I r.ol ho It '.II.,,I r..,.

    1-Vli. I 1127, IINI :II Io.KI.o'.f.': Ih" Mtalo of. KhTlil .- Ilh"rl"vu" 11.., "H .. ,, """''H 1".1., .
    street.C'lermont.. County Brhoolrini. ..L In. I ''127 a bill fnlnrn-ltiK. and tx.londliif \ I".r",'" .... I ..w",1, "" tuy-1 Nilfht W
    Clermont Yacht I..M-. i, run\ : aiom: '11Uy : t li.. KnviTiiiiiirital. IHIWITH. nfIhf "" "' ..M".I.' ,,II'. '''..1 11,1 Iy,.."",,1Ih II -t
    "I" .
    here.Okoecbobee. \ .-..1\"d.1\ :nil 4(1Mill. Ktiltl toMn. ,HIM. iiiniilliiK unto thn ,
    building unit I""H""" ""
    erect new .Inll. .r Jon .
    club to "I .1' \ With DeWIlt C. *
    for town mil Inn'II IOH ttf t hti mild towniiddH I"" .' ....., ..r .." ''n I"
    1'1" ,
    .--Contract let 31112.1 7r, hiini I ilKhlM und .|iilvl-, .,
    took up Kt-li. 1.1 1'I27 power I'H' 1(1 ".1,1 "111 lit) II Will "Ml i 'tilllitIM
    Four months rago Mrs. Myrtle llmldleston CaUfoinla, construction of sawmill and plan 4 mint* 1'.11.|| l,ur<*H iiinl pi" ov Id I n ir I li" .11101 town \\1' / ut'H ml.. ,ami I to "lj..11. ili,<' ''''I'II!' ..m''' '!' "''!!!. '"!!''
    Island to nlly for, IIH vuriiniont -
    7H K' !
    Recently she swam the channel from Catallna ot thin city.Sanford. Mid. Txi1. 1'ijil\ : wit h a Hpprlal hftrtor ..H'.II"" of any Hinh 1..". oi In- !!
    stretches of water near the United ing mill nix miles west nint ....11",1! 11 Oil\ ,, HID liindH 1.,111, .IMI\U d''u. I
    i one of the most treacherous New; Santord high; r. P IfMOVKIt.Chairman .
    her effoit toward .--
    States. She will use whatever funds she realUes from dedicated. Feb. 1 "1127 7111 (Kl Town, Cnunrll.2IM4I IH..I..I.'.. and, I IMM It of y..n. o ml all 0
    ; school completed \\.1. Tol.l Hub-Rrhnol ILIIll II II IMTHOIIH lit,l| "| |M> '

    educating her son. r>i-r. 1. I \I1I2K 220m 27lly ,.ir..nJ hiti' ulnho/oi.o namod nnd. M, i iffi

    \ anil. fullirtrilllnl. ...:.:::::: NO'IK "j "ri'il 1... and all "paith-H" .In 'luioroinut John B. Thomas

    I In. Pr| <'ult Court, KUhth: ..IndliMalfln nrdorrd: : and' M'ljulrnd: to ni'ioaiIn :
    ri"7Bubffrhool 21 .nll ::19 null! i uiiHd on Monthly' I ho 7th ijiof \ !
    II Fl I. 'liriulfmtl ('.."...Iy. .I'MnrldaI :
    HOME ul".
    THE GREAT AMERICAN Bonds MUM, h.. A l I' 1\'a.\ to niiHwm MIII h, < AICCIHTI<:(;T 'I
    nni PIIi.i. risii: : ioO'7 I n ( MiiiiiccrvJ. 'Mil (>f i...."1.11'1.1' xhlhitf.d. nicalriMml ,
    11 NAXO.V.Cuinpliiliiitiit.: .
    ) :II II I
    My lirnl. ftillii'li'ilHal. \ >' an ilf.'nilitntM, fiLlilnif wh"h. HIII'k('. l'liirliliti
    und, lhcrlii, a dMti.i ht thl ,

    \. Fi-li.. I. r.nm: on i V'KUMtlOA I ANI AND\ will ho "on l ol"od, iiKaiiiM ymiIt ,
    Till ; > '
    1"2b. W. ALDERMANri' IM\lliitA'I" ;: .HiV, CUM; CAN V, I IH I further' diluted" that I.IH not I'
    .rk. t h D hii |>". oiit'u w foi,
    IT.! Al .
    iHATIO.V: .IHh".I .
    By C. A. KNIGHT D. C A I'i'iilil'>i>fiiidaiilH.rtpr: : :::, < I four. f 11 .. ""lvi> w* i>k H In nIK .K IUllnClltCIC.IIUItIIWtWIUJICIr't: : ; : : '

    < **t liililUtif liiil WMpapi'i: r IMIlilltthi'd.:' :, 'In und luivinn: !:; :"
    . NOTH'I-' lir.HKMY: : iMVKN. That I u K< Hi-nil i In ulalloti In, Itradfoid t tCo I COFFINS & CASKETS :
    '.tlll": . 'I. HPfi IMI\; 'inn Kloiida.' tt wit .,
    .t U Ktixoii, IIH coini!In. ,In..tint. haiiItli > .".t..I : ,
    I I in %-i v i-'i MI .il, hlH, HW."I'n hill avatiiHt of. ..omplalnt'I 1'hti l'IorItln in- I < *oitl li.u.o. in..I Ti, ." 'I.II.h., .1 iit, MluiK.i, (I" ,II| < ::. and a Full LIn. ofUndertakers' I II

    Mnnthly' fln' nrtnt Mati-mt-nt if TI..ot'not t hti alujvij ( n UNO I: foid '" |' | .i i hi'ntl.II I
    Coni >anvit
    1".r..II"o' !
    "f ,'Intiiinrvi l.uiiil. ami | I : 1'1: ;
    ..fitiinlv. fi-r llti- itirtiiih KlMl an MI |MirMli>n, If !la rn' o. I I ::'
    : VVITNKHH" : ho W1
    i Il27. :IM. t ttlln; ;ItH Hllf', HMOI'M Ot 'aMHlyilH I I
    f>*n.rnl Fund to hltn. and Cliik, nf th* ''U t "I Cmni' ',
    1. .Inn 1 I'U7 7 Hill
    ( nnd rot porntlonnUtiitwn "lr"II. 111..1. .
    ilnrhiK. in'.Mill, 2'HIi'I'lWnrrnnlN to all ixTMoriM I<'| 1 I linof l I S
    -||IH link nitwii, nhnont rolirmil'* ,I r iluitnir, 1 nif nllt 721 II or mild f "rl. Alwor* on hind. Th ,.! wrvlro 3
    I fd,, nitit-r>'Hhl. ,..nt "r .liorwlfl, *'. linvIntr I'
    ,,11..1 P..h! I I'7 -,1201 daliTilnic anv Inton-Ht In th'1 1
    Fine and Forfeiture* Fund In''H)"I' tt'lnaftfr'
    ... I I 1 llnl. .Ian. I I. I'27 711: 71i iitnvtfloin' ). riitift tit to nnd' to nnnul 11" K II fIYI.'N. { HKMSTKUIEU KMIIALMKU .iDEWITT
    ', K'M-i-lnl* iliiilnir I n""lh"A", ::: arid < :iincpi tho thiltiiH, :. :nf: all. r i-r- : Holrllor < "'" '. .\

    ; IWnrrmilH ilnt' I Inir, nionlh. 7Vi ir, Nori", (VrniM anfl, 101,.ri..'...II..n" ntrainntI'omidttlnanrH I ,: i : _. ::1'' C. JONES !

    M.ll, 1. 1-Vli. I I.. '1127 711'11> tltlo, .ami tn tnjtiln thIIHKHI .. I
    NOI 14 IIla '
    Ro.1 Fundi llfiit of anv "",'h <..tnlrnn or In- KlKhtH' ,fiidlilnl1'iroiilt :!'. STAUKK( FLA.

    '. I Mnl .Tin 1 1127" III"* ni .**r. **. '"M r>fiiiintn, I mi n*, Hi.itflM, that I. Clrrult, Court.. County, l-'Unldu. Ini ;, ,

    ![.-..i-lnt. ilnrlnir nvnlh 17 2"I""L t hi* adilrtfhN. or |dn*'.' of ItunliiHHM ofth 'liatu irIt 11..lot.. I \\t
    I t'l27 1121)).II Hah I fMiilant, "'
    I-VI Wlilow'' rtn.lon IM unknown. ti In, hit.'h.... anil HlalM,. that of \ .I'j..If k.'I.': { \ .., .1111 .Xf. \ I I I ll ICII.II 11 1 JIII.
    thi .11 IH, tin piTHoti
    1'nl ,I.iii. I I. 1127\ r,11 loiWmi 44KIT l'tr, .rUhit known to lilrn t ho Horvh if ,, > 'iiiiipIalnantM.VH. .

    .i.lii' f ilnrlMtf month \\hnm MiniolttiiT
    -"il-, /MM' /' tii. w..I.1
    ,..inl. ilnrlnir" monlli 20H 00Illll n i.f tint Maid ". , ,. l-.l. I I. "l'i-7 .inn 4", .nniplttliinnt all!* ."< doiH notknnw ''" 1 .ul, PATROXIZE-
    Fund |). >lldtlltM.nlr I : 1
    Affrienlturo and I In-
    ioarth 1.
    and' dv ililli>nl
    i 72 of I'ntilJi'tilliMi. | li ltm* % rI
    n..I.l .Inn, I I. I'I27!' J3I ." hnn not hcin i"hi.| to a i or- .I .
    ilnrlnir month 17 01VnrrfiiitN ...1.If of thn fnndantf. .I | iiiit.. 1.1.I..t. .I
    lt -i-lptH. 12r ri'i, any .101 NOTI' I'. "" ." iv.; Tintl IIOMI: nirsiNissUIIE :
    month And >
    \ iiniinir or In oxiNt'nro: t.rth.. K. CUuU, II''. < Unit" .1"
    Hal 'l'i.1, I 1"7 2IH\ 71llulliling 1.1..1.I .I. K*" that them. may. !I. fit rNtiiiM I if r>, IIH t....,1.111'1.,' 'h..1, liitvn fli- ii ) ; (;iAINESVII I !u.

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    r '1IV'l 1 I bait? Be it true that the day cometh that, to get a crowd 'j I moons, ,..auwwuuuiw-u' '''''' '''''. I ," "'. .,.''IIUI",,' fl.,. ,. -' I,., .. _U ---- "uaaeiwumwwwwwiewuuauum'" ""' ,, '

    I at a prayer meeting, the preacher must hold up a biscuit! ? I "

    "Yea, verily, thou hast heard of the child races of the I

    world. But behold, it is night for thee even at the door. For ;

    !'i as one calleth! unto the child and sayeth, 'Come hither, sweet !Ii To The Ladie

    .j 1 little one, and I will give thee a stick of candy,' even !so thou I

    \ must say to his grown-up papa and mamma, Assemble! ye

    together, and we will serve refreshments.' And lo, they come I't i I

    : like sheep in a pen. Ain't it so? Ain't it so?"-Exchange.

    4 o I I Every day we have the }pleasure of arranging a

    ; ROUTES AND SHOUT CUTS checking account for women who have realized its

    ; One thing which Gainesville wants, and which any normal many distinct advantages.No .

    city in Florida would desire, is to have tourists pass throughour I
    town on their way from the North to other points in the man would think of conducting his business

    I state or vice versa. There has been considerable talk of late without a checking account, and the business of run-

    regarding the new cut- tr which this county has furnished "I ning a home or attending to her own personal business '

    I from Waldo to Ocala via Hawthorne Island Grove and Citra. affairs are no less important. !ill j!

    i Some papers of the state have seen fit to carry in their columns i[q Safety and convenience are the two biggest and i iI 4
    I '! that this route saves'! thirteen or fourteen miles between ,
    I strongest features of a checking account. If it had
    i! the two points, whereas those! who have been over it no others, those two advantages would be vital and I@ ,

    h ': figure five or six miles! as the difference. Mr. Baker, road ample enough for the wise woman. 'I
    ) 'I engineer for district number one of Alachua County, says after -

    : consulting maps in his office that but five or six miles are Get; the safe convenient habit-Pay by check

    saved. Mr. Baker has announced that within the next few I

    :: days he will make a trial trip in his automobile and check !

    l: ; : :1 the distance by his speedometer I II t
    I i I But even though we may grant that the distance is:: short- ,

    er, and that there are less slow-up.s on account of passing I II j jI
    ) ) I I through cities and towns, there will still be great numbers of,]

    :i, people who will travel through from Jacksonville to Ocala I i \.
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    ) and South and Central Florida by way of Gainesville, because j| ?,
    ; : [ I they want to see the city and the University of Florida. Most j jI II Strollgwltt'I I t

    I I of the travel south of Jacksonville on the Baldwin-Waldo road | '-," Ii"" mimrniiIn' '''', male''' _,_... i ro .!,!'In' __ __ ___ '''III ,! a,' '.--""-- __ ,,,, ,,, >

    1.4 business! truffle by residents of Florida. The majority of City, )Fla.;; E. J. Dealing Pittsburgh Miss Louise C'arraway were visitors ;
    Keystone Heights Pa.; II. Q. Dealing Pittsburgh to Gainesville Thursday afternoon -
    j i tourists still continue to come into this city through Lake l
    Pa.: :Mr.\ and Mrs. Kd: McConnell ,
    "t )i I City and thence south by the Dixie Highway over the Payne's KeyHtone Heights, Fla.. Fob. 21.I.Mr. Jal'ksonvllle.O"la.) .: :Mr. It. A. Weeks was a business visitor
    !: Prairie Causeway! -: and Mrs. F. C. Mlchnells, and Mrs. O. M\ Inmnn, Starke; Mr. to Sturko Wednesday afternoon. -
    1 and daughters. EUUabeth: and and Mrs. E S. Matthews Starke; .
    When state road number five is completed, the route from
    4 : Mary Alice, of Erie;: Pa., left Sunday Mr. and :Mrs. I U. E.] Knght Starke; Mrs A. B. Surreucy and son,
    Jacksonville through Waldo and Gainesville will still be the [ utter u brief visit with Mr. J. Mr. and :Mrs. J. 13. C'orppnlug Mollle were visitors to Starke
    : I shortest as well as the best way between the two large cities. I,A. Laurence and family, formerlyof Starke. 'fh u rsdllY.
    I North: Olrard Pa. :Mrs Anna Itohrkiixte. Pittsburgh Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter. -
    However, when that part of state road Number Five is ,
    I Mr. E. J. Dettllng and non H. l'a.; H. C. liraimman mid Miss Inez Abernathy, of
    | completed in the western part of this county, it will be short (I. ]nettling' have returned to Key- party 1'alntka. )Fin.; Miss ]U>sxyeIloimn.m. Starke were here Friday.Dr. ; .
    ] for tourists to go from High Springs through Archer and tone HelKhts after upending a Del Air :Md.; \\". J. ] Mann, of Lake Butler, wasa
    t thence south to Tampa. number of days In Cuba. Hoot, Palatka. )Fla.V: Powell business visitor here Wednes-
    Mrs. 11. "". Strong, of Erie Pa., halo, Jeff City Term.; Mr. and, clnv.
    ; : Gainesville, however will continue to be on the shortest In visiting her Mister. Mrs K. P. !Mrs. J. P. Ingle Jacksonville. : Mr Dr. nlJ( 8. of Starke was a t
    from Lake City to the East Coast, and from Jackson- i iCaiighey, of Keystone Heights. and, Mrs. E. C Harrell, Jacksonville business visitor hero Friday.
    () ( } 1: yule to Tampa and the West Coast. ;I Mrs. Strong expects to remain In Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. tiPorKuC. MesHi-ss rII.: : and Cl. '\". Hazen
    i the Houth until spring. buy Rogers Morrlston. X.: J.; were atlenillng, to business In
    : : toads and road routes are constantly changing in this' Mrs. Ilelsenman and daughter Mrs. :Monta H.iukln, MlllliiKton Da>'tona Friday.
    r time of activity along those lines. The route of today might i i Mildred: of )Franklin Pa., huvearrived N.: J.; Airs Frederick 1 Schlnult, Mr. E. C Long, of Wlldwood,
    Jr.. :Mlllington N. J. Mrx. fJrnrcStauton was hero Saturday visiting Mr.
    nt Keystone Heights; to ;
    be the route of tomorrow and there
    are always new paths speed the remainder, of the cold ; Love. St. Petersburg, I and. Mrs. O. I). Colsnn.
    to the motorist. Some of these trails offer beauty at months. Fla.; Ceo A. Justin and 1 party, \Vo are very sory to report that
    i sacs'ilico of a few miles or a few minutes of running time. I The Chuutauqua Woman's club Jacksonville, Fla.; IJ. C. A. Itld- Louise Molt Is very III.'e wish
    Kill hold dally I der. Jacksonville, Fla. ; :Mr. and him a speedy; recovery.
    meeting!* In theVomAn's
    :)till others offer both the
    : : shorter mileage and the shorter
    Mrs. Walter The
    \ club building, except on Motherly Gaines; four higher grades of our
    i ,' and yet fail to offer the scenery which: the tourist de- I Saturday and Mondays and those vllle )Fla.; :.Mr. and Mrs. Clifford school en() 'I'(1 picnic at Hampton -
    days cleblgnated on the program. (frundull Gainesville Flu.od''o1'oaawe. Beach Friday. Among the
    I We are facing changes, and to meet them we must go at The four meetings o'clock.will open promptly patrons Mrs L. enjoying A. Brown the, Mrs picnic E.were T. .

    :: with renewed energy and ingenuity. This city can con- SrniN I'aliitiuK' to :MiamiMr. Stnnrt. Mrs. G. B. Colson and Mr.
    } : to draw the great bulk of travel insofar as it offers at- : C. H. Clark, artist, of Keystone l't BROOKER and Mrs. S. S. Dow I Ing. The low- )
    j' Heights has recently neat t er grades enjoyed a picnic at the
    i to the motorist and lets those attractions be known. a number of his paintings to bo river near here
    There are also other possible routes which might be con- put on display nt the Kenling Art p cz. 044 O' C Mrs O. I). Colson! entertained a
    to place Gainesville] on the shortest routes for the Store at Miami Tteach. I Mr. and :Mrs. 1,. K. Perrymnn, crowd of little folks at her home 1;
    ) Mr. Clark was! originally: from ,of Starke were here Sunday uftc'r- Saturday afternoon, the occasion
    j traffic as well as affording them the interesting : being the sixth birthday of Eugene "
    ; ) )I Meadvllle Pa., but has! lived In noon visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. S. -
    ! pOV'I of a trip through this beautiful and historic city.At Florida for number of yearn and\ Long. The little folks en-
    has become known for hid sinless \I and Mrs It. Joyed games until r 5; o'clock, thenthey
    any rule we have a situation and a problem to face. i : A. Weeks and
    In handling )Florida were nerved refreshments by
    children Lewis
    Shrlver /and Mrs.
    1 .: % want the tourists and believe that our best advertise tlcnlly al of tho paintings that John Shrlver attended 1 Stunt the hostess assisted by Misses
    ( ) 1 to them is to have them pass through our city. Let's:: i are hung In Keystone Inn are Mr. Night program In Ilradford( High Louisa Can-away, and Annie Ward.
    I, bus '.Gainesville Sun. Clark's work. Those Include school auditorium at Starke )Friday Those enjoying the afternon were
    f ,, both portraits and landscapes. evening.Mr. Artford Brown, Wlneford Hazen,
    -,------ Purvis Hazen: )Frances and Ernest
    fi ; Included In the group; that Mr. Walter Hlsnilth and :Miss
    i oitiir.xicv bridge", in.: ; (Jay Prefectt, It.iln- J..Clark, sent to Miami IJoach is his Inez Frlnk of the state farm were Muss, W. T. Weeks Jessie Coner-
    e bridge: la.; Mrs. "'. 10. Wilder, well known "Copper Kettle," here Sunday ufternoon visiting ly'N'a inlney: [ Johnnie Cone,
    .l1I's.1111 Wynn Prescnlt,, daugh\ Orin IHI". which won tho popularity prize Misses Lois and '1'011'111Gainey., Itosalee<: and T. P. Ward. Clifton
    ? '" of Lender" nnd W art 1m Ryan, Funeral services were held. 'at an art exhibit In Tampa two Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler and Audrey folk Terry Galnoy,
    .. born In Slui ke, November' :21!! Thursday aftcinuon February 17, years ago.Kcslloiecl. Illled his regular; appointment Robert Long and Eugene Long.
    II .
    I. At nn early age she was at her home on Cherry street nt, The Inn here" nt the Baptist church Sun Lakeland -- I'olcnllal scribed
    (', In imirrliiKe to S. J, Pros- Itev. L.V.. Klckllter emulating. The guests registered at Key- k
    Jf' day.Miss will gather here )Peliruniy :21! for
    i ) ; November 30, 1880. After A journey one must take, it seemed ,Htnue Inn during tho past WOK';* :\ Jewel Johnson a member two-day HesMlon of the Collegiate a .
    '; I .1 Hi yearn" ot happy married too noon i me: of tho schol faculty, spent the College Rollins Stetson the Uni '
    ; to her' huubaiid died S months Along a path her feet had never \\'. CV Dye Tampa, Fla.) : : Mrs. week-end at her homo In Trenton.Dr. b
    : versity-of Florida, and
    ; (<>. and 1 on w'eduen,. Fobnidiy trod; I U. ]IS. Cheathani, Abbeville S. C.; E. L. Hlggs, of Starke was Miami are University, i iot
    expected: to
    I I b. she pnsHCd peacefully away \Vluit matter how the summons :'oil'", II. A. Wilson Lake City; a visitor here Sunday afternoon. lolegntes., Lois Vaughn of send Tallahassee
    i unfaltering trust Inkier heav came; FU.1 ; Mrs. E. W. Frazee, Lake Mr. and Mrs. a. H. Colson and Is president.IIEUE'S I',
    '4 i I' reilecmer. ... )For miiliy years The way leads to the Homeland ,;
    i has been consistent' member and to God. A GOOD CHANCE TO REST HIS WEARY FEET ,
    } f tho church,
    ;' having boon She did not linger hero to greet
    : : : : ,,1 by Kov. I IV.. Klckllter. the spring;
    S was a kind and l loving mother
    ) ) faithful I hand and, was greatly Nor till tile garden which had -
    : -, by her neighbors! show- been> her care
    i ) I ; in nil times n nciieniua: n>m- Hut In the Homeland other joys
    thellc nn tint) Hint was always IIwalt.i ,
    ;(;', : tve In the relieving of bereave \ 11,1 cherished lopes find full
    { \' anti distress. fruition there.
    1 \ : Most of her marled lire was I S-- -=M -
    ( on 11 farm near l Stniko and, Fort 1II'erXew Kdwurcls Ice ZbN:: '1 CfAWAN.7 /
    \viis there she reared hot S chil Cream company's factory opened
    t ',' u ml sent them Into the world. hero recently. A r be l prominent and useful' citi
    She Is survived, by the fol '
    Jacksonville. :Main i t< ?
    e ,, children: H. L. Proncott. street to ;
    t-. ) (!la.; Mrs. )Fay Gill, Stai-ke, be widened to 60 fact
    f .; Mrs. J. W. Edwards: l Starke. !
    ) \.; A. A. Prescott Sampson l\lI\ton.-St\ road No.. 10 to
    I wom' .
    )Fla.; )F. 1'. Proscott. B.ilu- be paved. iJ
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