Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 4, 1927
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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In the death of Edward K. Cai ,
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Boy i nova, ''former mayor of Starke ninny Coming Again
| this community loses one of Its I \s't Ilii hut IteploBle, w lorldjl Uullr"'lCl l ('oiumlHHloii .. .

J old 1 and greatly respected citizen's -_ ra: ''by her death which i\plrt-M: Huililinl' .
Mr. Canova died at his residenceon this city on Friday. Major JOIIOH .sk'u ('Ill/on tot

\ street last Friday F"'>- 1 >it> :27. M ms Heplofclo\ II ',,,'r) Out Kt-qiioNM' ''Iltl Montlccllo. .'..b. 28., Klorld

s. L. VornPo ("nl ruary 25th and was burled under failinit health for .. *Iii |II |MM-IMI Trip piirtlc-iilnrly the rod clay hills set
the auspices und with the uiicien but with nn i mu doin I I t Hon. was toil tglmt mourning tha
cling I'Mro ceremonies of the Masonic fraternity Mile carried oil and I Mayor JOIIOH h him uvuii advised punning of one of its most dlsj -
." from the world lost
Bradford Lodge of which by I hue st it tim board, of h"lIlth I t thut I I Iliinnlslied and 1 heat, known clltRobert -

he has been a member' for maiy: row to tile olios to olllcors of i Ilio uoiml will I I I bo Hl'II'! I \1'11"\ L. "Hob" lOnton: '
Jacksonville years, in charge nf the ceremonies. I lived I .1 t to hl'lnlt* hut l)Pl bin k to Hlu'kI II hili iliu next i newly P elected I state railroad I I cotnmlxHlonor -

Varnes. 29. 122 Col.! \V. T. Weeks' past worshipful -' Shu was horn In few diiys i to I'h''k up i on tho re-1, pollllchin i t mid mu grIm'us I-
member of the master, and Rev. L W Kick- III., ('omhlltrolll/: II 'smuts of their IimpocHun trip mid !jdirlHt and<1 as such known for ,

department liter, chaplain officiated. ily, the greater part i to Ben |If heir recommendations'' I many )''lIrR as the "watermelon ,'

house No.2, The funeral was one of the spent I In I theatrical I I !I''fur hotior hen Mb I tturrouiulliiKH urn '/111111(" of \\Vwt Jo'Io>l'I.I'L. '

streets was cru largest and most Impressive In this Executives of war veterans' organizations are In Washington urgIng never\ forsnok the ht'g/:I I I i being curiled. out liy, .pll I > cltl/.eiis: I Mr. 1 lOalon I win nail boon a sum(P.. 'jl'I

neath the wheels community for many years. Many pension Increase for Civil War veterans' widow They are i where her radiant I p.5: I"'I tally I I I In III"I "lIa, lit' I tin) 01'011' I feror. from illalieleH I for a inimlierof
left to right Ma Gen. Clem, commander of the O. A. R. In Wash. could reach deep t1'
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ter being tbrown fine floral tributes from fraternal pi'I Ivies' i In nm. Mayor') 3 Ohimis stales years died suddenly nt hi Is \ ,.
Ington; Mrs. Edith Mason Crlsty of Oberlin, 0.. representing the if her people I Her ,
ratus as It societies and a host of friends and 1 I tin' hoiird o IIh'I 11 hI will not tolerate homo horn lain I lust night.Ho I,
women pensioners, and CnJo.luir.JdlrQY..1Irm) :; f naUoJW' com. ,'hal'mVOII >or her
-a. post at the relatives filled' the parlors of the I such, MiiidllloitH any longer" and, It Is survived by his widow a. ;i
'nandcrgt fhg 0. A. 8./ j ever sIte wont, and v
Eighth street and Canova home while beautiful I I tiny uro founil lo ho In if
a i IIHII ufu"r dmiKliler of thin Intn William fllrardrnu -
I 110 I I Starke' over I ecu I
flue, while en tribute to the dead was delivered bong placarded. and no effort being ; two daiiRhters, Mrs. Jack; ::
----- - ago, she made such
2 o'clock by Chaplain Kickllter and his iiiad" to ">Ht a hil I sit connecllon I with i YnoKrr/: Tallahimaee., and Mrs. T. l, .
{'MnsITUlU"IIIoHl'IU: : hip that she has (> .
Varnes was one brother \Masons rendered the ancient Noted'Author I tho Hiinltury. Hxwor, I Ihu offemm tiers : L. Cliirk' Jr., 1\10 n 1..110.. and .
It tier home Knell:
men on the I honors. :\1K.SI'IUS'fII'IUSI'I. : !: :I her, will I P I ha dealt with I I rullier I Htworely.SotHolm I threo" sons It. I.. Jr.. Tallahassee .
% family anti other
1.o. 2 when the Mr. Canova was noted all his Included In Chau- her company : lucre sew or connection and two small boys.Funeral .A

As the apparatus life for his. unswerving devotionto 'rho University of Florida Or-. rest und mliiKtu with I l uiiuuot bu niiulo" uro .itniulrod services will bo conducted ,

Booth neared the his family and, his distinguished tauqua Program clu'Hlni. .under. the direction of II They were hii4led I I I lo use u l 1)1'1I of Hiinlliiry privy 111'pr..o" tomorrow morning nt th"

Eighth and service to the public. He was [DuWitt Brown gave the first of Itsooncerts anil, greeted hy lur by I Ihu ..11110 I him, rd of it'Hldi'tuo' with I i I Interment I In the ;

on Eighth/ the j born In Sanderson, October 7, / of I the spring lour In this Hum auv other at I ... I lieu I III. It Is thin intention of the family )plot.Mr S IVviBrabfnrb
brakes to the 1871. He came to "'--'_ I I'l-ogriim fur Comliiu Week ()ITer.Slimy < city Friday ,'vplllll!! Fohnlary 25. the city when they Htulii I olllclals. woiklng m I i In co-op- | Katon' was i-lectpil to thisrmullroaih

chine and as the very young man and established .\ltnictIons. toisIIurs The orchestra, was grt-oted with a I their custom u wook I I I c'rlltllllL I with I I t Iliu, c'lty, I lo eliminate I roiniiilsHlon hOst November '

ed the apparatus himself In the mercantile business \ largo audience which was thoroughly and high clans (> every upon privy w II bin and near nftor Ills I nomination I I to that

,, over the slippery 1 In 1894. On February 20, 1895. pleased with I lie variedprogram. I' the pleasure of lo time luau limllH, a H "..lIl1a other nltlci" over It. I llmlHon llnrr, of

The apparatus he married \Miss Eunice C. Al- Key.slonfl Heights/: March 2. The' tone nnil nrlgl 1 I hV11l'1I Olin Williams I I i 'coiidltioiiH I ..,,1st I I Ing dangerous,. to Miami I I thn. I Inciimlienl.t I Prior to 0

turned around varez, daughter; of D. L. Alvarez, Itlcbard" ) Hurton. author\ ot nearly u.illty. with whkh the program hell rn nee hi.toni I Ii.. I tho health I of ( lit) I'll 111111 II 1111 y. Tho his eli-ri' mum SI r. Knton: was Htatnlahor

Peacock"in former sheriff and leading citizen u score of books of verse, essays was rendered especially dnllKht- tlon here imue an () I I remedying I of s Ii I'Is cnndlHitns i I I has liiH|"ictor. Ho was prominent -

and Leo Crawford of this county. They moved toSanderson und druniii. will\ deliver tho last jed lilt present. Among I tllIl HelecI lieiinllfnl I I 1 proHPiicu been I im m'iut'iI, "nvi-r" to i Ihu state I In banking I rlrilos of 1\101111-I j

thrown from the in 1835 where Mr. live of a series of ten lectures before ]I I Ions most enjoyed wore t the vocal memory In the hearts hon nl of health mid I Iho rogulalloim eello.Air. .

ed receiving ", I 'anova engaged in mercantile business tho Florida ('luau (a uiquuut during I trombone. and Miixophono MO '' 111h"r., tor many will bu Hlrletly. enforced. Knton: wax horn In I.ako City .

Varnes managed and as a factor in cotton and /: the week ot March' I 0! to :March Ins This concert was considered I I Upon 7 her lust a It IM I Ilio doHlro. of I ho mayor. to In I Mill:!, mid reiiri-d. ,I In Florldii.Me SI

til the right front naval stores until 1908, when the 12. .J| by the muse lovers of tUarko oiuof ,In I year ago, a few, list 'I ,Hine our cIt 1/"lIa tiny cmliarntss-: I I. WIIH educated t I I In I III" school.* ot

engine crashed family returned to Starke, and There Is probnhly no man In : I lie most delightful of I he H'-I ;, alone knew dim was I niont or expense nnil bo I IlioroforoHHkH ('mu iitmmlluI,' en I l1ll1ly I /mid !gradualeil:

post on till has lived here ever since. America'' of greater literary at- I icKicrntcl! > III. ,or cvcrvono who had slim I tineH 'from I tho old Florida Slnto' A trlcnltiiral -

the street Inh"r ( Durlnpfr.\ Canova's residenceIn tai ii men ts lecturing/ before Amerl SOli.ThE' following I I program wan cai- tllve pleasure In iii I |lOll I Ilielr promises" inmlciniiiMl, lo collogo, of I.nko City, .

pact caused San
hold on the business and political life of the Ills uccompllHlimentii as an editor, AM i Julio has. siiffored greuu liii'. I II.Mlllll olllolnls me e liii hsu'ii Kiilmi: wlio forI/ numlier of yearn

thrown to the ctnte. lie represented his Senatorial I lonelier author and lecturer aie (CONCKIIT OUCIIKSTUA: { ''operated upon i lu (; I with power' In enl'oico t heIr rulIIIKH. IIIIH lived" nt Monllcello. III .JefferMi -

could get to his district consisting of Baker outMtiindliig In nil respectu. 11111WOI' ;, of theUniversity i Columbus, Ohio, ,iimri regardless nC until III' tea n I'liiiuty. bus. long been" kmiwa I

swerved back / Clay counties in the state senate
the post and the I' for four years from ll)0'4 to nil\ ot these flel
passed over his 1908. lie proposed and put On Huneil, I

The injured I through much Important legislation ton will deliver a sermon on "The 1. Ornnd I March l from A iii a'cud I II I It Is with a /( |11I'"t llolo IIIIH boon reliloveilv. and "u its o\\' tier of tho fit uimo ii* llrnrdemi !I 4

;, clous condition l i and his retirement from the lilbla and Kdiicntlou": before t the ,,2. (;lurdon of I lOilen Overture Ki'ief that friends ( I I --- -- -- '. -- \'nti>rmeloii si-od farm Mr '

St. Luke's hospital | Bfnite wns due solely to his removal Chautuuqiia audience nt three :, Ilnriiurd. inoro will HOD her 101. \ III'UI1"1I.: : Union: IH the, sou of 'a Confeilerulo. S

; Conant from the district when he o'clock. In the auditorium. This :3. Piano Ullct-"JIlZZ Study" I-OIIH faire In Pier I \ "'"I'UII. bin tsmt her having l.eeu.
. 7tItI; 1 IIIICTlIIH\
shortly after rea'h I left Sanderson and came to Starketo sermon will no one of the out- j i I Messrs. Mnrphree & I Shelter 1 Slip' was ever itt.iieIi,ii I __ In Mm army of Neil, h..rn,11'lIlnl'l' ,

tion and before an make his permanent home. standing( events of thc entire I I I. ( a ) Prelude and Slclllmia, lilt') local ,l'guuiszsst: ,, ,, Ills CeiieruH; L..n mid, Jiickmin.Tln .
be performed III Mr. Canova soon attained the Chantauqun session. from Cuvallerla Itnstlcunli entertainments. As hi. i A largo and "lIt hllalll, II,' IOHI- riillronil I'linimlHNloner hut
, his life. prominence'. here Mrs. McAdiims I I /: pany of, relatives I mid fri,'tubs of 'veil labor I Inspector.' Funrjenrn
same degree 01 Georgia CHITord MuHcaKiil 'Is iiii' loyal I relatives I I '' Sill us
The engine!; was which." he had enjoyed In his former who won Ibo applnuno and hearts i iot I (II') I lnlermo//.o, : from ('avitliii Ia Ca.Ii mug HlronKih I I Hiev I Sh s. H.V.. I ImlluHo I iiHHoml ml led nttho ngo ho miidi I Ilio into foriallroud

t followed by the homo and in 1914 he was all Chautauqua-goers upon her ItiiHtliana .- MascaRiil bout her I to ilo her I homu of lImo family at 1.111"11'1'llIlPo'a I I .-11111 III its tumor and was d I lni -

apparatus of the elected mayor of Starke an nfllce llrst uppenriince will continue her j 5. (n ) Popular Vocal Selections.Mr. it iuit"siau| oppressed. ""lIrVul'l I Illusion on I lured ml h'feiilnd only after I Ito of.

driven by J. J. from wlildi he retired under protest entertainments and led urns dur- II. K. Hooks & 1). K. Mooinuw she nilgbt i "('IIJllII ii uu'ss TuoHdnv of lastook on I Ihu occaNlon /llclnt" I riiniif liiul been announced u ,

the engine In owing to the pressure of his Inn this week. Mrs. Clifford Is'I' i I" | Sum xophn ii e Selections | nd watch thin rising \, of his Buvenly-lhlril anniversary -
ding. Driver' inter also classes Mr. They wero" ii iilmubriis.. Ii<. .\ 'I'i'iie I lurldlniiTallahasmut I
mercantile and turpentine conilmtln; In story- j Kogi-r Phillips st rip of living lImo, i ihiKoull.
his brakes and health I which :" | orations' II lid I lie l.nke Butler' l'",'b. 2H (.ovi'i'-
ests. Severn! years falling: telling, upon subject she Is INTERMISSION mid Hen t the ,
skidded on the compelled Mr. Canova to retire without a 11per.I |iU. Quartetfrom Ulgolotto drifting down, lo ", |I commiinlty was well I r"III"'K""I"1' 11"1' JohnV.. Martin, i todnv clmr-\

rear end striking from active business, since which) I Iluy II. IJvcrett.': editor of I ho Verdi I I I tide, mid bear I thn Ievlcell.'I nt I tho Itlllhl'I'IIII.or i t 'niteil/ed. Holier) I I.. I''nlon: member -

breaking a ladder time, with the exception' ot 192, j Journal of Social I Hygleno und 1 dl I.. Trombone Solo "('a I vu ry" Hint full I I t to sllclico. I main foist turn was a Hpleiildld din i of I Ilio Florida rnllnlnil, com

Varnes had when he was auto license" Inspoi j rector of the department of public I \ml r. CurrlKun. | Wie Wmi lu ti'uI to (" > I ur mid I I I It wit is nrcomp.inlod, l imy,' nml''iims ho died at MIIIII hello, I

. the department for tor for the has not engaged I information. Amprlcaii Social S. Brass Quartet I spend her last days I tile culling I of a l.irno( and lioaullfmly I last night, an a "a man with "n

teen months I In active: bu lneRM. ;). | Hygiene Association will give tha 1j\f"'IIHrs. Sclilrard Miirpbroe f'arrlgun inlip loved und where d.icoriilo.l' hlrlhdny ,'lIk... It I' .11'111 lieu" ml. Hplondld' .illsposlllori,

i' forces April 1, l'I Mr. Canova1 was a lIIIKtprIa\ 'unit or five lectures on Thursday. I and I tenderly ''Invod. So about ton was snow while wllh 7:1: pink riinilles one \l'ho'lIa loynl lo his frlen.lH.!

I Yesterday 'morning son u member ot Bradford Lodge March 1. I liu has had considerable I I !9. 111)) Minuet -ArlHtocrutliue. '| I hue rdeulh I her 1(' ) ( The. Iii Psi" upon' whl'h' I thedinner 'I nil, a I true I'lorldlnn' ''

: fled by Chief H. M. No. 35. He was an F.Ik: his mebe experience among American St. ClalrbT son. Robert I I Ili'tnorest., : was forty foot, long mid Thn governor who plans, I lo '

he was to receive' railIp being in the Lake City soldiers particularly during the ( An Old Clock Selected :, ovor a dangerous n was set In I thij mldxl I of a grove In attend! t the funeral I services, tomorrow -

' ary to take effect I I Lodge and he was. a Knight! otPythias I recent war. Hi' Is nl no a special : I 10 I Ki-liolUHllc March St. Clair ''journey. whom sho I front" I of i Ilio III>II a". There, wereli ,staleil Hint hn was de'<'ply -
iI' The of >0 guoHf, ': ,prosonl" lo do honor In ,
death I with membership in the I locturor nt Columbia University I "Oranpa; and Ill no" agaIn see the over tho Hiidden dentilof I
first In the Mr. I DnlloHo I nhoiit I 1111'' of whom" .
.. lodge; at Olustee.' and I for thc health department of ------ : their i humous ot MlKnloii." :
partment during Besides his widow be leaven /Now: York City UI'I'O.I.10: ; \'K: TO T\KK: i 10n.luHt Filday Iliu I woro relatives i 1 IIOHII 111mb uol'el n The ,i'l ion vmt.'n ted by Mr. Kaloiion I

while the member three sons, F. A. (Canova of Tam- Tho progrnmTor tho week fid- M'-:I.ICO"I': ritoMi.cnr..\ wit, broken, anil her lirolhel I Mr. J. I I. I llulliiHo who r..- I I th.. rallroml I .cnmmlssl.m, will

I 4 duty, according, to ; L. A. Canova of Jacksonville; lows: I I I fled by sorrow und 1)11 I slums nenrby, und who IIIIH passed' not bn tilled! until I after I the loglit-; .

Ian.The J. Canova and one daughter Sunday, March 0- ,0:15: 1 ( red- tlnhll"svllle.- ;( -I 2. Passage IH"| lleuvonwurd. (' bin H I lat; four of I HID" lmmmumImI.eo's hiLts ri,, mil I of difmoncn to him

;i body was Mary Canova who reside with ed Bible School! ; 10i.J: Illhle I of a resolullon oppoHlng any move : 'boily lay I In state i | sisters. Mis. Juno halley 79 Hin' gnvfinor, Hinted. There III nonood

parlors of Burrm their mother In Starke. Five Study for Adults; 3:00: auditorium I I!''tn tit'*&ic'im any pit of Mulrose from her. ilvulli her dllvo''" I j Y"OI'" old, ; Mrs. Conk: and Mis. for liny unw l t.i nplily' and

1 prepared for brothers and two sisters I service. Sermon: "Tho BIble this county'or nny other territorywas wbore many frlfinis. h Hooper nf ,Fort While; ami Mrs.'Ihoinpmin no ttiitinrHciiioiiiM of any olio II r(>

., '.8 the son of Mr. Paul E. (Cnnova of Starke ellrvlve'l; mid F.clncallon": Ulrbnrd" llnrton ; I one ot the Important items' the last' upon her .r.. ot Is.I Ta umt'mi II Me, us dcHlred, bo lidded.i .

Varnes of Canova, of Lake City; T. 7:30: Sacred 1 song service. I,of biiHlnnHH tran.HiutciI by the counjty oil i i hy a largo lifli'i)Is well as six of his ,mlskiilmci I Ihrnegirls iT.\sr
SI i \ ( n fj: iv TOIlii'411i1
Butler, and bad nova of Los Angeles" Calif. ; A.I Monday, Man h 7.-:2:30: LI-I j rommlxHlonors yestorday nti jund relatives, hlt and three boys all ot whom I <
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j of Jacksonville ( 1 1. Canova. of Jacksonville; O. N. hire: "Ilarrlo. Poet In the Play-1 i their regular monthly meeting/: i lC I.J: "KveritriH-n: icmctery I urn, married except, onu boy ,

: Resides his I Cnnova, of Waldo; Mrs. Adeline house! Richard Kurlon ; 7:30: Ite- ;i. Jtaxter nppnured before I the ivlllo, where IIhaI us "I'rayer was, offon-il, hy Unv I li I -----
I I Mnrcb l"lh:! IH Hutlast
S vived by his Chase, of Jacksonville and Mrs. dial: "Whlto I>reRae..." A Colored | board and laid before. thorn an nlcgod I ,,1"'IIt'I1.h a gorxeous I W. S. Wnri. ) of WoilliliiKtoiiSpilngs. Hlllfll'.I..y, bouks of I Ibutown

..: Varnes and a Kitty Mann of Sander-ton. Almost PlllY"rIUen for the Colored | attempt of Putnam County f In we rim of her mm d.,p1 I I ; i 'I'hs.m dinner I was xple.iidldly day registration bo, for limo rUIII'lratI..n
garet 15; three the entire family connection i Stage' ; by I'nul flreon-, !Mrs. Ocor- to Hururu part, ot tho Melrose torritury I lu death her heart prc-parnd, mid! it&'ivi'ii) and i In I Ii will open -
of ilillll, .d i-loetors, I lo voti, IuIlio dI
lie nilyard. ; attended the funeral which was ghi: McAdams Clifford. :, under promises to give thorn warmed with ecxtasy' lildi-il filed' ihlckfii.... bolloil Isis In. I (| "

Lou Bugger/ Mrs. held Sunday at It o'clock 1 the Interment Tuesday March 8 2 : 30. Loo- ( n silioo 1 by bonding land In I HIP ,I xngH of lovn pilau of various kinds. HiiliuK bnkeil I ".is 11I1111hllnel I election for. :a wh i I Ity
bull Only 'iiinlllled voters
Lake Butler; five being In Crosby Comete/y turo: "The Social Significance of I territory the) propoxi' lo unnox Shin; resls" within ribs mid other' delcaclen| pro j | )
within the
real Htnta 'town
A, Varnes Nathan under the direction of Mortician tho Thoutrn," Itlclinrd. Ilnrton ; It was pointed out by !Mr. Maxtor : Florida pared, In hue good old fashioned. own
I will bn ellKlhlo to veto Register -
I Varnes Kilns DoWItt C. Jones. I 7:30: Lecture: "The Revolution In | I that Putnam County has bonded i I The deparleil I way here wero 1 lots t of prcHontiTho I today. 0

Butler, and Willie ----- -- Pootry," nichard liiirlon. for $10,000 III a dlHtrltt near Mel ,'ii iu n I less friends I In is t,um iruuis wifo I wan asHlHtod -----.---
sonville; four .\. .1, 1010\\1:.... : Wednesday, March 9--2:30: ruse from the school I but I Hint thin I ; mourn, her pnMHlng, tIm by Mrs H. H I'rottor Mrs. II. C :\0 I-\\: .\ltKH'.\ISIn
zlna Varnes, A. J. Lecture: "Hducatlonal, Ideals Today amount would not complete, and'equip I Tom Williams of, I Pooplos and I oilier I ladles., Thn ,
A. J. Sowell one of the ;
Varnes and If. L. settlers' of the Brooker OldeMt'1' ," Hlchard Hurton; 7:30: Lecture -' It thereby throwing the burden John WIlllnmH of ,.5'.It.brllll ioui lasted I nearly all I I I '. and, Mrs. i K.: L. lilggs are rnreiving -

Jacksonville.The died at his home there : "Stevenson and Modern lieI ,, on the territory It Is proposed Al Williams New t'pon' Inavlng' nil wished Mr. el.lY'j I longriituIiiHoim liver u HUH.

funeral urday. Mr. sowelj was In his I mnntli.-lsm. nichard Burton; 9, i iChautauqua to take In. lie also told tho board sisters Mrs Inn lloso many happy returns of I born Munch' I. J l(27.!( Tim youmr

eighties, a Confederate veteran and Community Soclal that as ,\la"'lua County had coniHtructad i bus Ohio ; Mrs .' day.. Inn of I iso prettiest fenturnnof man has born named Ito bert

and, for the past several years' had with coptlo.n to :Mr. Itlch- practically lu( miles of I'Louisville, Ky. ; I tho affair' was tho taldu dncora- i.:hoc.hi
ard Burton. road for tho sole of .", rv- t iou scliomo, which "".1va"11 | .
purpose ,
been In feeble health on accountof New York ; !tyrs. '; A girl/: wan born lo Mr. und Mr.
bill great age. lie was confinedto Thursday, March 10.--First ,' Ing Melroso that It would not bit :Mrs. May Illossiitn of beautiful I I I pink roses andhails. 1 Riley Sweat on March 3, 1927.

Day of Social! Hygiene Week ; fair to have the town go Into an son Uobort ) --,- --- ..
his bed for several months before -
2:30 "Is ''other .'-----
Lecture: There a Revolt I county Starke.
his death. Over Ocean
of Youth ?" Hay II. Everett, American Chairman Wood said that he did ( \ltll or 1'11\-1'4
Funeral services held Sund.iyafternoon -- -
followed by interment Social Hygiene Association. not blame the Melronw people for llllll l'(.!l5: .\ \ ;
Brooker 7:30: Vernon Concert Ensemble, wanting to Pt their school district Our sincere thanks are given : ., .'\
In Dodan cemetery, near
with Denno Dolson, Director and In ono county, but sal,! that I those W hi'> MO kindly I assisted IIH I ..
Ilcv. Crosby, pastor of Dedan ... :
First Violinist. he believes It should'bu I In .\II1'hlld I WeiililngtoiiT. I : Mar. during I bin IllnesH.. and after I the .. v ),
church oinclatlng. A large number I
of friends attended the cere- Friday March 11-2:30: Loc- I County and that some plan probably Florida bridge 0 doulb of our ulster. Sirs Baa Wll1llatiH s: ', .
turo. : "Choosing a Home Partner" .ho u Id be worked out to sue approved tommy at I Hi plogle, and for thn many I j
and followed the aged vet v
Itny H. Kvcrett, American Social I that Melrose gets the proper ,,11 rlmrltt. Una / h"lIullr,1 I floral offering1) sent at I f : .. \
.. !body to Its last resting "
I llygleno; AsMoclatlon; 7:30, HeItal school 1 facilities over St Johns river last I trllmto to hor memory.Mrs 1q .

place, ,' : 1. Stuffing./: (A Hit of Eng-, | --- -- Cove Springs to Im "' I Mario Laxoim: sIsters and' .
Besides other relatives he Is survived -, llsh Drawing Koom Comedy, by ,''I. \ 1 I-I: P.I;'II.I.H: f'III'IU'1iIU'I'I4 I iShandx Bridge ( / brothers. I 'i. I

by his \titiow and seven : (merge Pa ln.) 2. "The Iloor." I I : : : ITS IMSTOIl utlior a county t ALieumt.
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: Mrs. J. Forsyth.- Plant I Urtusslan ) I Lake Ilutler. PeP 2 .-ICov. W. Ochlookoneo, river -- I ... '
: !Mrs. J. Nipper Krvln; Mrs. Comedy by Anton l.htll\.I: ; ) 81'.:.'"I(
McOuIro of the First Christian ,
Tchekoff Mrs. Georgia McAdamn ------ --- -
Craig, Newberry; \Mrs. (I. WLarrlmore !Clifford. {church here whose torm explrod This Clay; County; : I .-Jc. 1. I.. ,
St. Petersburg; Mrs. i ICommer..e WiiHhliiKlon:: March 1 TwHOututlvu > r; :r.
| March January 1 last, has been requested I Commorco and the I/( ... -\l
Lake Saturday. 12.-2:30: U. A, Croon ',f thin -' .
mi "
Helen Hen :
Thomas, ; I .
'Lecture. "Tho o"f by the congregation to continue of Ureen ( :: 1 i#
Value the .
ryLlowehl. LaCrosse; L.V.. Sow- : Story as pastor and has accepted. Sunday |twill merge If pre consressiuniil district. of Florid ," .. > .,
has Invitation t.F'
i accepted an to
High Springs. delivered 'beIng forth
Mr. McCiulrx;
a. eeea a-e ) an Unusually put can :
deliver. tha commencement, uildrexx, > ,
Interesting sermon There thus cumcatlci; :; tlia: w }
of Burns and Clyraora:: 1 'II at the OllchrlHt county- high school '
The Chamber of Commerce was also a large attendance at the city and county. :
morning at 8 o'clock by Illhle school. CIiy County making I II at Trenton Kin., April :!6. An in- fl
Tor Varnea meets I vlUllon'. to addreHK the '''JrlollchaullLuqu" (
Women are cemetery near every I II
I The church has just Installed a { highway' coned Ion \ j
Butler where the uneral at Keyxfnno Ihilghts
than roan some Thursday night at the piano which will add greatly to I Clay county and
hold many post will take place at the | Judge Green felt constrained to '
not City Hall. Every citizenof the musical programs. farming lands to the Com. Notl! UavU of 'ii 14faval
States $er lce. Miss\ & at 1 o'clock. The 11ev. H. If. I public I I doc Una bocauHa of olllclal duties I lUiiervcs H planning an it.

arson (above) of pastor of the Church the town Is expectedto In Religious Education" Mrs. ( incident to tha'closlag of the ses- mpt to fly to Parlt this minim*?

who was. the first Christ, will conduct the serv be present. 8 o'clock. Georgia McAdams Clifford; 7:30: Etuart-'a..tory to of congrcsu. lie also r' c""t-I ar the 123,000) ( prize offered by
corps has been .. interment will be In the tam'. Lecture: "The Four M's of Paren- I ell beta for ly declined llfvltations to _" taymond Ortelg of Now YorK

:Cation at Balboa., plot tal Control Kay II. Everett rules and engineers' ( sad North Carolina.. it7.a'I

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'W) '0 .- "Well an, h'W" he said. "I've I )It. lIudson Burr who had been Samuel A. Coope-r ot Keystone I In Starke Saturday afternoon. and A. M.' Blanchard were busi-

doped out ,".., proper scheme and I in the Commission for nearly a Heights I Mlsa Joyce Terry came up from ness visitors to Jacksonville last

::1' Much I m going to son about It today" r luurter of a century. I Among the prominent guests I Waldo Friday where she teaches Thursday.

Too Efficiency Thi sinters looked Interested: yet: e I registered at Keystone Inn are Mr. school and spent the week-end Rev Pate and little daughter
Coniilnnce was cautious. Sunday In Lawtey where he
Iii Well go ,to Undo Roscoe II.,'II Taxable values of the Ever- and Mrs W. W. Kincaid, of :Niagara -': with her parents here. out from spent preached 'at the Baptist church:

,t lft P al.h fix It lIe'li do anything for you. eludes Drainage District for 1926 I Falls, New York. of Jacksonville Chaa. Burch and clime spent the weekend While here they were the guestsof -

:J: By E.- : Connlo" mounted; to $32,429,26! BC-\\ Mr. Klncald Is the president with his family who are Mr. and, !Mrs. R. E. Blanchard
Alice pounded a fist Into her palm ['ol'lInlto Kkliard ,V'. I the Splrelln Company, located at
and nodded emphntlr", sppruvil. Falls. Mr: and Mrs. Kln spending some time with MrsP.urch'8 Roy Reddish was a to
BEGIN IIKRK: : TODVJOHN : would still be thor wham you were State Drainage Tax Assesxor.Iteal /
"The she e..I"d l "L'nclo mother In East Law ley. Jacksonville last !Monday.
thing' New
apeeeh Ie.... v'ry estate amounted to $30,629629 : ,- raid motored down from
miiKniit XV.mid nnnniIbnrdwnre wl.IAawer, ronlritrlitwim Allen arose snd strolled In the win floe will come; down here and run : ; railroad and telegraph prop- York. I Mra. V. It. Reddish, has returned Paul and jobfoore! who workIn
she turned and said. the whole shebang if we want. hi.n visit In Jacksonville the week
a flrm of rlSrlfnry: riprrmti dow. Presently I 1 from a very pleasant spent
utleH $1,636,610 personal Lakes In and about Keystone
ffnr And uncle ; properly ]I
Ante ht linm mnnnttl We'llget to ho's some
i "HTO comes Billy now Plant City. She ohIO visited the end In Luwtey with their parents
Inw n period of lw 0 mO'>lI.* Constance shook her hend"Will $163,030. Heights/ are fast becoming dotted I
nnd If h" has
t him ui hero see Florida Fair at Tampa Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Moore
v.klrh he npfflu .n p n Inform ft way' nny'hlng"t'onntnnro what s the muller" tlamonded with the bouts. of enthuxluHtlcfshermen. South :
front home.1r fnllw .0 thmleht
hid Ihrrr' irrown rhlMr, onurnnrrs shook her bend Idly She Dllly These lakes, always' I while away. Bill Godwin was vlsltng In Law
Hilly and' Alice. About "We are nor going to I'nclo Ros-. Mr. and Mra. II C. Cox accompanied -
''li was not opUmixtlcnu| | to Billy's, thinkIng Keystone Heights favorites with fishermen of Surrounding ley Sunday.
the .nrw llii.i:urmnitrnrnt.It. : ...l..n." to the Sho: ....Ih'r feared that If the ""' ." she IIn..lfirmly.. "You uio not : towns, have lastly earned I by MIIIII Polly Yurnk Mr: and :'of I'll. Tatum and daughter -
Join nrrl>..* nl 1h. i rooks man J.;. r.:. Incubus was to be moved.. the oven to think. of It. Blity""Why their popularity. Although it and Dr. Carrodluo and Mr. Starling of Dd..and their
are vlbltlng
Ion nnH mfcri "...0''';.. The netday would to "hi- done Inher not''oulln't h" do !It? I I went to Jacksonville
after' fcln nrrlrnl II.da. thinking have "I" rh"I'H; yes, p'ohnbly-If, ho Keystone Heights, Fla., March in yet early It has been reported I up I daughter und sister, Mrs G. W.Roberts. .
...1.era Ma lunch brpnun. no on.ho. own head I Allegheny College was one of that the fish are biting well In Thursday where they took Mr. .
rould Thnt not the though.We
s point
Mtrn. fit to VII' klin about It. It was not !tho magnitude of theprvirm Starling to the hospital for an 01'I I
r llfr mcfrnlm. III* r> by "0''- ) that daunted h"r.; It was the ore not going to Undo Koncou, the seventy varfoux universitiesand ', both Lake Gepeva and Brooklyn I !Airs K.! W. Hayes of Starke
'" "n .. ,, t..t ... ....rH"P.. nlusivnnn'x nf It. There seemed to b. or nn>'l>ody This/ I In our affair." colleges represented by delegates Luke and a number of large bass era tlon.
thnt all meal. .0''. aanonnr.e.ii. I' Mr. and :Mrs. E. V. Garcia from was" visiting in Luwtey Saturday
"M,,lybo Hut suppose we're notable at the Installation of Hamilton well of small ones
order milk ...dw''," no piece, of Ix-glnnlng. II. Hedge I an as strings afternoon.Mrs. .
and CfinllnueN. rrONn-lndtmlniv" the had settled himself upo'i the household to tarkl- It?" I'' Holt us president of Hollins have been taken from both lakes I, Jacksonville spent Sunday with
.- *<- "It's cull unfair Just the It. K Irene Baker shopping
like 11. giant krnk -n. bin ten our I ,College/ at Winter ark: on Feb thin year, Mrs. Gorcia'B mother MTH. was
NOW ( ON WITH THK STOKY: saiti"" .'' derlnred Constance grimly. I
;0 tables wore rverywhcrn und it : ,roar 21.Allegheny. i ICuncliard.Mr.! In ksonvlllo Thursday
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!h He'lg.1 walt no busy at his. pi mod pert city UHHOHH| 'to try rutt iut whnt'H the objection to calling I' 1 and :Mrs. J. B. )Dye and twoyoung Holiert" Blanchard was shopping
BUT odd here and 'there' BeKl In help, particularly when Itsnil had us its representative b t-1i e p ve' ;
't"S, oho pqsnesHod no In the f"mllqueried Alice" I'' Dr. Win. II. Crawford, of
< as yet ,
*" Jacksonville and spent a pleasant Mr, Helen and little
turned with the order that the 1'ii'le! Tint's reason enough I Keystone Heights and Meadvllle, Briggs
1 sandwich and tho milk slond on tho \vcnKin. "\Vell I don I see thnt dolling\ our Pa., president emeritus of Allegheny i LAWTEY visit with Mra. ))ye'a parents, :Mr. daughter Carolyn Norfolk:-': Va.

dank for half an hour>ro he noUcod naves. up In. .pildn. H. going to get uuanything. ; College. I and Mrs. A. M. Blanclmrd from are visiting at the home of !Mrs.
.. ." said Billy Ki-oucblly I I I, I here they went to the lake to Geo. Peiirco.RodgtrMlllteer.
f them. "It may not gel' us anything.' remarked The exercises were of very y 4. b 0 I spend the week-end.
Allen cnmo homo In the mld'li- of I Constance, ., "but w j Htlil high order"' Hamilton Holt, In his :, \fetho-I Aunt Nellie McC'rlto old and and a party of
The Ladles Aid of the : an
/h"t" rafter nnon. She. tlnt nod pant the (: have our' ha.1... I (ton'I propose lo I Inaugural addresM I set forth the I' respected colored woman died last Honda were visiting f In Lawtey
church delightfully entertained -
door of the' library nnd saw Mm 1 let go>: or mine, at any I late. Why new program which will be car- (list was Sunday.
I at the home of Sire J. Thursday night at her home In
f In think of It' l IJI n you want to mnke usa I rind out at Holllna. In the future. Mr.. Arthur Powers and !Mrs.
Intent upon his writing For nn laughing Mm-k of all relativesnnd I If. Moore last Wednesday after Lawtey. Aunt :Nellie-': as she was
our will K:. Todd of Ja k"ollvllefrs.\ .
One feature of this program Mary
I slant she hesitated uncertain: then lends l ? D<> you suppose we'll/ i I noon. After discussing/ several known all over Bradford countywas
of the substitution of the Erma Gibson, of Columbus, 0..
apparently changed her mind about get any sympathy? Grunted. that consist 'Items of business and doing some I respected by young and old.

I'r something/ on through the I'nclo Rof,.ui> might help us out- two hour conference system for ',: Hewing a social hour was spent In I She was an old nurso for years In und :Mrs Mildred Shoemaker of
that of the one-hour lecture courses Indiana polls, were Sunday visitors -
\( ''''!I" I he lie splitting) hl. sides all her our community.
8ho Coun.1Con"lnn..o 1 which" the hostess assisted by
hall and went upMtAlm .
II," time I lo w.n doing It' Not for now In use ,.... at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I MTB. /E. visited In
', In her private Inn on the \ .. (I daughter, Mrs C. Y. :Mayo anddaughterinlaw L. II.
,' im One of the great addresses of Mrs. Fred Moore, Stnrke Friday afternoon
4 second( floor {l li 'Ci>n.tnni-e Blood up and, mute ahiil the occasion wag made by Dr. Albert (I served a delicious salad course Mr. and Sirs W. Woolen and,

"Why I I" ho ntlll here?" d"mnnd..1Alice. 1 lU \' g'-Ktmo with both arms Shaw, editor.( of Review of !', consisting of chicken salad, saltlnes Mr. and :Mra. V. R. Reddish went HIli..Grove's
flinging tier books on the Moor.ConHtnr. "Atw" M'irg' (10 advertise what
{ Reviews. to the nurseries over at Camp-
lute happi"ned to us? Heaven knows pickles, olives and coffee.
t i .. onto a weary gvsture: it m iv .pine out anyhow, In spite of The conference on college About twenty ladles were present Vllle last Tuesday getting quite .

and tried to resume her reading. m. That's bit i .enough.;! Ho you real problems, which was. held on :Monday Ion I this delightful occasion. The a supply nf fruit trees which Mr.

"But I thought wo were to get rid ) TCI tm what would happen If the newspapers afternoon and was presided I' Aid will meet with Mrs. R. R. Wooten lias put out at their home Tasteless

of him," persisted Alice BUI'pi, IHO and I got hold of this? ]lava you over by the President of Carlton I Thl'deIar..h! 9th. here.There

ti disappointment unmlxtakablo In her a tboiieht Allen looked of that slnrlled.?," College, was foth'helprul and I I :Mrs N. C. Cox was' hostess at a has been quite a bit of
suggestive Between fifteen and "flu" In Lawtey in tho past two Chill TonicMakes
volco. o i birthday party honoring
"I don't propose to be laughed I pretty I'
The ..1
Into a corner and contemplated Allen her voice rising. "B"ides. this. 01'1! disc tiutsion. ( afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock I ,'ul'p.llt. We hope It will soon beover I the Body Strong.

's thought tho latter were quite Incnpnlilu (- iI our business and nobody else's I Before his return I Dr. Crawford ut her home In /Kant Law-ley. Quite with. Makes the Blood Rich hoc
Air and :Sirs It. 1':. Blunchurd
not going to trot mound
i i of understanding. motored to St. Petersburg and a number of little foks wept<< out tohelp
<>mfi>tt the outKlda...' If .
on we tantlumdle
"Hut Connie, you sold 1- looked over the new Hoyal Hotelat celebrate this Joyous occas- --
"Never mind what I Mnld. H".. the. thing oul..I".II. Uun wo Pasadena.. 'fhls building developed 1011. After various games and l contests '''5Z525''u 25u ur25252'255252.t: : a cas 5:1
deserve "hntI''r... ,
getting K<) far
here-nnd" It !looks an If ho Were hereto I as I've >vcr heard the Brookes al- l In architecture of the in whldi several' prizes were

stay I 1.-ti .1 wave fought their own bTttles". Mediterranean type Is n model awarded a musical program was
"Connie! Allco sat down and I I ,
xi tared. Constance wni. a very, fair leprenentutKe for the proposed new buildings at ,enjoyed. Then the little folks J. R. -DAVIS & CO.

d "Tcs-to iitfly.' repented Constance of .Brooke going Into loin-.. I Hollltm College If this plan Is were Invited In the dining room
bitterly. bat Her e>f"i weio snapping" and carried out Rollins will have one where a beautiful birthday cake

t I_, j Allco hitched. an ankle across one there was a till to her chin of the most attractive groups of 'adorned' with thirteen candles

v, knee. and looked. thoughtful her"No sir Billy Biooke' looking college buildings In the country.Dr. I wan the center of attraction. The I INSURANCE
J "No. I guess not" ahe assented. "You don't squarely to Uncle In Hoscoa the with eye Crawford also visited the l little guests were served with vanilla
t, "Did-did he run out on you?" auditorium tor tho food and G
this. or to anybody else And If new Baptist Ice cream, angel b
p "Approxlmatelyl'.F there's assembly at /Kustlx: and returned I devll'lI food cake candy and mints '
"And what did you do'" an): way to help it, you'renot 8 AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
"Oh, had a row" languidly. .- to 'let people find out aboutt to Keystone Heights by way of with favors marking each place.

/Throw anything: ?" cv He shrugged his substantial ghoul Daytona Beach The Jolly crowd left wishing/ Horiace -

."Me?" *> "Hereafter you walk 10 dors and looked despairingly nt Alice"I n..gIHte..1 at the Inn many more happy birthdays.He jj STARKE FLA.
suppose we're to stand rut tiny, of ,
? .Uh-huh. school" OuesU registered at KeystoneInn was the recipient many
thing then. he
.,,"YOU know perfectly well I've eut- grumbled"Not since February 21, are: I! gifts Those present were Louis
a grown that Alice. Don't be al\l,." Dilly Brooke found his sisters. In haven't.necessarily, said Constance"I n. W. Shankland Chicago, 111.; I Hill, Jr., Howard and Be'atrlce -, .
{ "Btlll It'B usually\ bent; It.. aimt moody s4lence."llow'd quit anyhow I'll arintltcan't ( Doris and .
... j Pete Van. ,- .
I see the way out-yet Rut Mrs. J. E. Kutch Gainesville; Miner, -0 -- --- -. -
s >Ust," sail Alice. "But how are we you make out, ConnleT"he and Lor-
n Buddy
that does n I mean that I won't andoneor Mrs. C. M. noblnton, Gainesville; Blanche Burney,
going to>> get him out cf the house? demanded."At and Fluty
you or Alice llcmenV Mrs L. C. Douglass, Gainesville; raine LeBaron Guy
"I'm net cure that we are least as well as you did. before
What do we hnv brains for' Gainesville Frlgo, Carl, Charles and FrancUShutord REDUCED RATES
G. M. Worrall ;
I Don't tell me you've quit Con. you ran away" "So' Mrs.
..Bier' "Oh. come There wasn't any use we cnn get a headache Sir and Mrs Geo. L. Griffin,, Lester and William

M > "Of course. I haven't quit." retorted of my staying;. Why. I'd have only drawled Ing about Mice It already"I'm tired c>f thii.k Brunswick, Cla.; Mr. and Mrs. L Snell and Forrest Walker. |BLUE BUS LINKS

t Constance. "If 'ou'd only.u..t. batted him one. If I had Mr. and Moore shopping In
I .) Constance II. Baldwin Jacksonville; J. II. was
Ignored the remark
and not criticize, we'd net Constance regarded her brother
"Let's all "uI| our minds to It and Mrs. L. Verne Stout, Chicago Starke Saturday afternoon
with faint smile, the significanceof
hereafter a
o- somewhere. Incidentally get together on It tonight If v.e III.; Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Allen St C. y Mayo returnea trom New JACKSONVILLE $1.60
school"'Iwhat which he was quick to appreciate."Oh.
walk to>>
.you" ?" you needn't do that." he can" she concluded "It's a pity .If Louis Mo.; Mrs. Helen U. Hogge, York Saturday afternoon wherehe GAINESVILLE .90

i s, "You are to hit the trail afoot-he growled. "I tell you Connie. I was we csn'l, mind do something And meantime Chattanooga, lenn. has ''been for the past two OCALA $$7.15
you Dlllyn,1 Alice-
Mid so." netting; ready to paste him. lie knewIt. not a word to anybody even the Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Adams,, months. Mrs. Mayo and two lit- TAMPA $5.90
Alice rasped and turned pink. too; another minute and-" have been In Lawtey
a..rvantll-except, .perhaps Iloi'aee" and daughters, the Misses Frances -' tle daughter
< "N.verl" she cried "First. It's "It's too bad you were so busy youcouldn't The Brooke butler was nccanlonally' and Lucile, Buffalo, N. V ; during this time with her parents Tickets and Information at COKPEMNG DRUG STORE

prunes, and then It's ped..alrll.nlsm.I wait another minute"hilly consulted In his extra cap.ulty as a.i Mrs. S. C. Lonman Gainesville; Mr. und Mrs. J, II. Moore.
II 1 tell you I'll not stand It. Connie. snorted oracle L. II. Hill wan shopping -...... -. ---.---......... .... -._ -,- ---.0
W. Davis Sirs
Mr. and Mrs. Kobt.
Ill-I'll tear up all his pnpers I'll'wreck "Think I'm afraid of him ..h? "
his omcel": "No. Indeed sold Constance with Oh, all right" sighed Dilly "Dy Gainesville"; :Mr. and Mrs. J. KTurbevllle 1 1I

"Non a e n a.." said Constance. Ironical emphasis "I'm sure he the way. Connie you'ro sure you Gainesville; Mr. an haven't got a tenspot""I've 1i Ir'III'III' '
"That's foolishness." never threatened you-" got less than three dollirs". Mrs. C. a. Alden, Gainesville; J' 1 III r.'r

"Well we have to fight the devil "He'd better not'with !" "How about you, Alice" C. BlosHingame Tampa; M. Kllanber. I
Itf jisrlth fire, you know." anything except work "I'm flat". Then she brightened. Gainesville; Airs Olive C .x ,I I IIlp
"Perhapwh..n the devil will William W Brooke flushed n deep ,
this Is ]' R
"hy. allowance il.iy1" Colclough, Gainesville; K.:
f' [flght But what are you Ruing to do red ; ,
(tee whiz' .
"Work!" right- COI'got.nul..n U.IHH, Gainesville. ; Muss llopiWnymer
,when he simply won't? What chance he blurted "What do -" ,
IB there when he just situ and looks you think of that Alice' lIe think ) Palatka. ,,
t Hilly! slopped. short and regarded
tat you and then makes the moot In he's going to make me w,,rl!<'" < > '. !I' '. "I'll an cxpicsDlon; or /K. }oJ. ,,,..... ier, Palatka; Mr
,,. .suiting" remark In n perfectly cAlm "Well. I have to RH to R, II.M.I. and Mrs I. S.: Soussy, Palatka;: ,
Voice? If he would onlv ret Inn I'. said Alice unflvmpathr' : .i CliffordSt.
Jtnd rant-and swear. -that uoiiM t>. don't see why you uliou .I' .. Mrs. Georgia
ana faT- Louis, Mo.; :Mr. and Mrs. W
It would. be a beginning, or run for ConsienH ni d' r
... might I to fill tim > J. Hoot Palatka; Mr. and Mrs" -- FFrg .
Setlttn.1 a It I.e I. you ni your A iFFI t -
and call -men nl ono olStatues lllllv utroiln the I Uncth c' John W. Camac Orange City; Mr I I I at $ ''F $
Is for
I- < Tl,> itntutNews and back: ,opaiu r.ovvlu l and l :Mrs. J, S.' tteltz. Orange City : :

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Moss, Con I
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F lonutruction have been advertUed 'rellllell In appropriations this yearStrong neaut Lake, Pa; Mrs. Elizabeth!\

I I i for by the State Itoad Department) lobbies lire b..lnl'It't up A. Walker Cincinnati Ohio ; Mr

r'tl'' From i i and will ho returned here March all over the state. he found to I and Mrs. A. J. Stone Gainesville:

22. aid the University of Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ,,,'. Cran I

f't 4 Y' I : I I'roJt'ilH advertlHed are us fol- the Florida State College for Women I dull Gainesville: M... and :'olrH.0: J'LezI

L.' State Capital I IOWH: In securing nearly $8,000- 11. Rogers Mrs. A. Minaret Mrs;

Itoad. t 0;, SuriiMotn to Verl-e. 19 000 more from the state this year S. A. Unwl. and George Merrh

miles, 1 pavliiK.Itdiiil Ihan in 1U25.\ : :; The first budget of Jacksonville; Mr, and. Mrs. W WKlncald. i,,,

,'4t h..I1.. ..... Kin. March 1. I ICAS I ITlillo :2. Helen. Kim (iioveland. 1 ho Institution, calling for $12-: Niagara Falls N. Y.;

'UHNlblo nnnncliiK of /KvergladoHdraliuiKe : puvtnir. 000,000 to support now building' Jerry June Niagara Falls, N. Y. I

rc t' and ..''.11111\011"11 williuuttuxliiK Dixie II 11I:11: wny. rung County and expanded courses, was cut I 1'orty For Mlt: !,..>

I, the star or Hlluiut enlarging Plymouth to Orlando gradiiiK. .down at the order of the budget Students of Keystone Height,

the drainage dlslrli't IH seen by I| Itnud. 4. Sharpen to Ilonaven- loinmlHslon to almost the figure of High school held a farewell part;) I ady I II, ,,,r 9'r, 'J-ZSwadtwr

Gov. John W. Martin who la ex- ( tore pitying new rond. 1I2S.! !If the slate! legislature la honor of Miss Eva Lee, of The I -
![ Itoad :3, Sunford to Orange I result, at the home of the MI"HeZelgler s! '
l pertliiK: to 1(0 to :New-': York Home should maka such an appropriation III.. (; f
time thin moonlit for u ronferpiice county It no. pIIVIIlIf.I ns asked for the state taxes I{ on Friday evening February '. uuld, .a,4A

4Y t between S. Davies Wnrllplil, I'n-H- I'lay county from preen CoveSprliina for the coming two years would 23th.11111t'lng -

nc Silent of the Seaboard Air Line I ; to lll.u-k reek puvliix.Tuinliunl have to he doubled I and games formed par t I
Clord.i to entertainmentafter -
Tunta of the evening's
Trail :
KiUlway. and I a |>ronilin>nt flrm of Lt.
New York broker. I Ac'lino. pavliiK.Itoad which refreshments werserved. ==; ,_. .
:2, Buchanan to Ilrown.svllli W. II. KlnloyHon. Ashevlllo, : "
Yt :Mr.Varilelcl met the KovernorIn Florida wan the apparent law bidder : ; -1 '
), paving The guests Included\ : :Misses EvLee a L lLncat t. :; 3
Knstla: and there invited "F plglu0kivw' ,
recently for the construction of t State
I Hotel I 1!n. llronsin, to Marlon : Florence/ Smith'lImn I I'r.' : ,,
? him to the voiiforeiu-e. The ) r orp 'r '' _1
hand :No.-': n.r,, In .I-MToryin countyfrom sad
Bulah Zelg
Until Zelgler. .i
rtiimly. line pavliiK.Hold i Hayes' ]
f name of I tlio lioml IIOIIHU was nu t the Ceorgln line to the :Mndlouii t1f4"f I I
Lake to l"nlnI ". Mary V.eluler, Shirley :Mack. I I..L--o\l.. _
illHcloaeil, hut It prouulily U IMl1 y county line. Ills bid,of $53- |11..1' Jane :MilIher r-,. -' _.I
Virginia '
Coley, 'I -
Ion Heeil and Company of :NowYolk. -,: i omit y 11 :e, gradliiR.Komi itOO\. was higher; than the county i and :Messrs. Frank :Merle Val: y w I 4 : 1 1t..J.t I II I I ,

lh. llrm whlcli reretitly II- I 4. (Dude County, bridge found provided however and thu rath. Iloward Lawrence WllllarLawrence. 1 : << f-

w- .' lianceil |80,000,000 worth of tortes. Lllllo ItiverIltmul bid was not .let until conferencox t
Paul Cart Coop L-
horde for the new Seuhourd. exteualons. I IU! : I.euu.ronty, brldgo.Kond could l bo IIrrlllllt..d.I ler. John Zelgler, George Will: I =-tt Llrr: ::n

x I I Ut! Jefferson) .county I i Francis :McKay.IVlHOIIIlN. ......-.. -. -.1- -. -____ .

It Is OHtlnuite.l that $1(1,0(10.001)( ) bridge.\ I I Lo'L'LAJI I :0..T.. .
1' I II. .unnlrllffe now acting FC3T; r "" .. :"',! ?,
will be required to llnlsh the major :,i I These lonlrailw will call for 90 HH receiver for tho defunct Commercial I' Dr. Bruce Gamble and :Mr. Lou I II !t I rJ"j;' '\ r.' .

cuiiuU now being dug or contemplated I miles Id f pu1 ing. 20 miles of gradIng \Hank and Trnut ('0 III IIlInY. I Walker returned to KeystomI1 .: J--i' .

by time Suite Drainage ,t ; and shout ROO; feet of roncreto df. West Palm lloach. bus been appointed I t eights Friday' after n three-da;l \ 1'1.11'1': C''OfaNI.tL HOME: There Is a small porch In the owner", 'an appreciate.On \ .

Board. Thexa plans of ,'011 rile. brldgOH. This will be the by 1'011I 1"rollerorn..llt/ Inching expedition ut Cedar Key. I Jo\mOU\T:: \(j .\
will lit 8iilJei-t to revlxlon lifter largest Hlnglu letting In the hU Amos to liquidate< the affairs of, I :Mr. Carl' A. :Nelson-': left Ins'tl: In a new manner and from It one four bed rooms, all of which have

i" the englnnerliig Hoard, niiido up tory of the department' It U. mild the American and Trust week for a short visit In Blrmtng,1mm. :, (By It. C. Hunter and Pro Arch. passes to the small hall with Its ample light and ventilation and.

of three of the bent drulmixe 1111- I'I Company of 11(1),>nit Ilencb.Itoliort ', .\h, after which he will attend -I j :New-': York City.) colonial stairway.The .1 a tiled bath A closet In provided
thorltluH In the I'nited Stiiten and Orleans living room is very nice In In each
Oras at :New:
A start on his moHHitge to thoIiKlnl.iture e Mardi I room anti In addition there
which wan recently engaged byMk Aux been begun l Jo y | Kyle Mack! Is recovering rapid: This 1st' a typical colonial home, proportion and generous as to la a generous linen closet that Is

v the drainage. board to resurvey novo; John \\'. Martin, who returned I.. "Eaton: former State; ly from Injuries sustained 1 '" bet s dark brown aa to roof, cream color "I"| ... It has a. large open fireplace accessible from the hall.A .
; the whole project has made Its re- Labor Inspector and who recently to at one end and a living
several days! ago' from Ormoiul lie stepped upon a null whit, ns to sides, apple green as or nice feature of this floor In
6I port. That report will be made und IIl1ytonl11"1., Umatllla: and took oltlce nn the Florida Railroad : working on a new house. blinds and red as to chimney and l HUH porch on the other. The dinIng he little balcony. from bed room

before the leKlxtuturo meets, but KlIHtlS.II: (Commission died At his I :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pnngbort i I gii'ngo walls. room and kitchen are logically No. 1 which Is over the entrance

1' Governor; Martin expects to sound Btre Bpcl then. as he did after home In :Mantlcello.I !Mr. Eaton 'returned to 'Keystone: Heights la81i t t I The sldewalls! are wide sliding, and conveniently arranged, porch.

out the financing ability of theNew the longer trip with Kx-Ooveriuir fanioin throughout the countryfor 'i Saturday after upending severa:I i the roof of shingle, and the chimney space being planned .for all necessary Cost about 12000.
York firm before the legislature his. watermelon seed Industry, U and walls are brick. equipment. There Is a Complete
Nellie T noun of Wyoming Hint days" with Mr. Pangborn's sister L garage working plans and
convenes he fourd the people of Florida In has "resided Montlcelln: for tho Jacksonville. I The combination. of frame and one car garage attached to thht "peclncaUons for this house may

e e. no mood for Increased taxes II.. greatest part of his life. He made :Mr. Robert A. Cooper, of Daytona .' 1 brick Is one that is rather novel house built of brick to provide be obtained for a nominal sum

Contruo i for approximately 2- pledged that no Institution of one uiiHiiccesHfiil race for the Beach spent the week-en I I1 land it really does produce a lovely the necessary fireproof construction from the Building Editor. Refer

250,000 worth of new hlphvay Florida need expert large In- Railroad Commission In 1934. with his parents, Mr. and Mra i. effect when properly carried out. a convenience that every car to House A-128.
Lust year he defeated Chairman

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FRIDAY, !MARCH 4, 1927

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HOW niSHKSPKCT: HOU I persons In England permitted I Ii Was Washed to'Se
i )..\\\' 14 nitKi> ix roi'urs i their names on his. boards of dtI ''When Part of Town ,

News of Florida in Sharf Paragrntf" ie ( rectors. nmong!' thesct could liin .

:'tuni'd the :Muriin' '*< of Iluto
e metlnios we say of a man
'| i-Ji' n \ ''to, a'* nll-h, law
'<<'ii.-need.1, "The fellow ,rot< what
t /.i alvays must huppeii to these'ni
I If -erv el: lint the ,

I Live State (News ', no light deserves to think that way JueK-o:Wluithe has I: (clay ,of uuh-ejiiu reckoning> \.ili.nrrhed' .,, , laxtKor ". ,

I Is never the measure
he had Hkati'd along .
.M'nrs on '
of penalty. For ...... ,
a serious offensea ... .... \.
thin lc'... Then one day' ho was '" .It
heavy sentence satisfies the human .. 4 "
In.llcted for making' f.ilso re pro .
After light
u sentence
Heiitatlon In one of hiM prospoctuses.
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES for a heavy crime or a Lord :NoithclllTe.' who Imppened ''i u
I heavy sentence for a light ,
to lie In A mor lea at that ,
I shoe'ks tho public Into '
--.------ _..__-------_._. a new disrespect tliiu uuld. "II,,, popularity has ,I, ,
--- -----'----'. for the law.i .
carried him a good ways, but now
Klsslmniee 1 -The voters of KIstdmmee I Tallahassee- The value to FlorIda i iT\\'o years ago In Canada ai that he Is Indicted nothing eau .. '
are to shortly decide the i moneyless, friendless, Pole "
of tho publicity occasioned by wundered *>a\e him"
question of whether the local / the address broadcast bv Dr. F. I starving/ through n small I v>>
: ,
Nothing could hint
light plant shall bo |Ilo\\'n. The day save simply
sold to the A. Hathaway, ('hlllrlllllli of the -as bitterly cold
hocauxo ho I Thee' ioltcally
Florida Public Servlee" company, State Houd Department at Chicago and be spent most of It In the was guilty ''
at public' park. I the monarch had ,h.1 plOW|
a consideration of $400,000. last month during the meetIng Twilight already !
the iiiinuirch ,
prmllcally i
A contract has already been drawn of the American Hood Dulld- | the KilOIThe Polo ,
powerless.> No rahlnol' mini.leino I t,
up for the proposed transfer, and ers Association Is becoming increasingly was unable to speak our language In KiiKliind:
public nut
a special election Is to be called. apparent as letters continue ind with hunger /gnawing his ll'LJ'
heart to pic-cos, ho even the King, can shle-ld a groatswindler
to bent and plckd -
pour Into the oltices of I
If I tho Tea 1'ot Dome
up u stone. la \
the a frenzy of despairing
-Chief Redwing an Indian department commenting on had been nn KngllHli; transactionso.oral I
arrested here for prutUIng the address and requesting road, effort to be taken by the c'onnoctod :
highly gentlemen
medicine without u license, and maps, magazines and various ( police ho broke and six so to warmth and food now "ut their luxuriant oasowould I Tho west eml, of Lo,IB Heath. Long Inl.ind. was washed to so.v and tho entire wiitcr" front .d.imagi: LJ'\

obtaining money under false pretense I kinds of Information relative to i I shops.I or seven windows InIho I IIP performing manual )n- 'when" tho worst storm In :CO: yeais, l.ished Iho Atlantic neuboiiicl.' Tlio houuo shown above was left 1 .
told the authorities that Florida. These letters received .
he bor and living on very simple faroWell topturvy. "
Is a dcscendent of Sitting Hull, of from many sections of tho country I :Next mornlni, the magtsti' :Ho I"
---- ---- -
I his : --- -- --
from In theprisoner's
place ,
C'uster fume. The Indian a Chip- refer to the uddregs, _wlilcli was sentenced him to thirty-five youi"' uncompromising Jnxtlce of I Hellish lie, ub clhllt\ lie was unlit.1,' of I have been for, many .\earH pant T.J .'
1 (duck a Jury found! the i
pewa, appeared unusually Intel broadcast from radio stations at Imprisonment l happened to beI I inw' as can we'll lie thought ofVo mini',laughter .onlv mid<1 reduced, I land 1 will bo. for years to <'omc ;
brilliant tho popular, Iho blg-' ,
ligent, and bus been attending I Chicago and request more and I in tlio Kingston penitentiary' theimotiiiiig IWllrh'c'hlltlllll'r! Wright guilty:. I \ can have the Hilnici brand'of Ins Mitiomo w :,tliont more ,ud III< toolghteon I .-- --- "f

school at West Palm lleach. detailed Information relative to I the defendant wu justice in tint I'nlteil States Tile months In prison In Miller llrcithers, of Oklahoma, \
Florida. brought/ In anil, hull not noon forget Just UH Ihe Judge 'tinned to pronounce reason wo don't have It Is 11.111., of the* Atncilcun stairs the urn purchiiKlng Iliousands oC I'"
sentence Wright boned to
Lakeland--Railroads: of the Iho cla/ed. filghtened crouch ,, the* Amcllcati' ,publichil>uno pi toiler' would, havti "gone, rn'('. Florida, cattlo In Hie vicinity oCPerry .
him hiii The Iwo liad
| |>ily. pleasant
southeast have already decided to Demand-A. N. Hull to make of the man. as ho Blood before social memories In (' ilc-op onincHt wish .fur I that scutof If 1 Ihu cimo win wnl back for .a and Ihu rattlu men uro buying

establish summer tourist rates for permanent and easily available the I Ihe prison ollleer. listening to I Iho Hut for Wright (' (' ). 0\1111\11I1.1 j I exact protection for I themselves (rial on the charge< of manslaughter In lelnin many flint Abonlueii

Florida this year. Chambers of unusual collection of shells owned reading of the prison rules not was finished. The 'Inexorable: llrltIsh mid 1 lor their Ilf'lghh"rll.0 cane'Htiiniilo I I then nfler a couple. of >'ears bulls with Hie Idi'ii of mining

commerce of the state are being by If. J. Hockelman local collector one woid of which he understood' law had! uttered! Its Iliml word. how mini) .linen are of watting, with ( lie. "crime forgotten liner. stock. Tick eradlcatlou lit

advlspd by the carriers that par the Florida Natural llltt- That HPiitciice shocked the conscience In the I'nlted States an eminent coinmllteoilo run 1 find how tile MltnoHHOH scattered, or, progressing In Taylor county anilnvcr ,

lies of live traveling together lory Society, with headquarters at of Canada all the newspapers i rlmliml lawyer would have III his iminy perpetrators. are nrrpxled.mill their memories /lI'OWIhll; /y tile $50ioo( will bt> spent by thoiO'VoMimont

from the Potomac Ohio and upper DeLand Is being organized and protested' : it brought more i brief bug n quiver-full of unused how many (....(.111'". Justice but chances for (.UI\\.IIIII. wunlil In I In 1(1'111111 I { rid of thatick

Mississippi may purchase tickets will establish a permanent museum disrespect upon. the law than the arrows. Wright would bnve been no' one can tell how muny are deterred I I Ii'ssolicdpoint. to alinciHt U'I1I1I..hlllll. t and putting In belter cultl

at reduced rates I In one of the building of escape of uny criminal could have released on ball. A motion fur arial from crlinii by llm Inllui'iiee i -- --- -- --- --- -
I the Volnsla done. I have not hoard' but un of tile penalties of the', law.
county fair association. ( would, ceitalnly have followed | The llrltlsh ami t'aiiiidliin
Never Fails! NevcrFailit
Tampa-A. T. Thomas, negro I The collection now exceeds, doubtedly by this lime the homosecretary within twenty strong/ toehnlenl i I II One uin't help the thrill, of pity statutes cm "cilmlnal appeal nn

barber, arrested here for failure 30,000 specimen*. Artclles of Incorporation has freed the unfortunate reasons for a rexersul of I Iho 111'11- I for \\Mttakor: .right and his | written In plain "Klinlisll: and M'l.Vshoit. To Drlvo Worms From ChildrenWHITE'S

J to pay the required license tax are being drawn up man. I Unce. lieaten there I Iho supreme fate, but It would ho a matter ofmi Why Hliould. we nut copj'Ihe1 I CREAM VERMIFUGE iii
told the authorities that he had and CIov. John W. !Martin Is Included Four or live months' ago two court would bo left Was there I HIII'prise at all In li",mi Unit u in ? II may take an amendto I Destruction to tho Wormnllurmlona

: never paid such a tax In his 22 In Iho long list of charter men" who had robbed a citizen an error of form In the Impaneling thousand Intending, thieves or Bourn of tho stale''" const' I I'lulletiN to tho Child
and, benlen frlen 35e &0"'_. Sola
years of barbering because a "di members of the society. In addition him badly afterwards of the Jury A wrong word In the :
vine order" had forbidden him to to Floildu sea and freshwater came before one of the Judges/ of inilli'tmeiit ? A mistake by the I night upon h'ltrlllh"w the influential ldocu>"cd Mings! cif ciur, c i liiilual I '01,|>fiiliig'4 "Drug ,Slcn. *.*
the __ _
do BO. "I does wut de Lord tell mo shells the society will endeavor municipal court in Chicago Judge In 1 letting a cutestlem be answered the adroit, mid! brilliantWhlttaker I : Inns but nothing/ can be mole" _
to do," Thomas declared. He was to get together a collection 'i liu Judge fined them each $200 ? Or In refusing nn 1111iwpr "'I'llIhlfll, (carried bvtwo [ woiih while*. 1"1'1111I Miami |iicll> : 1141\. i>o< "ioits 'I'UJol'I :

lined $6 but decided to serve time of urrow heads, pottery and other' upon condition that they go toNew ? Hid HIP Judge/ himself tnkn I policemen. disgraced, and Now s.Inidley. I< .'01,111'1) AMI: 'iin': Fl.tlI

, rather than pay It. relics of tho Indian occupancy of : Voik to live. They paid the any part In the trial I? Did (he cloud from I the pi'Isom'r's duck. I -

v the state. lino, but icfiiHcci' I In live In NewYork attorney for tlm prosoc'iitlein suvu If a judgment/: nr sentence" of u I Ihiildiiili( ,of the Kliilerimiiihor To bria'i, up n cold overnight- or

.Martin county voters In an election no doiiht Justifying themselves word he shouldn't, 11ILvo.BIICIIPII'? lower court Is, cm ii|>poiel, foiin I Il.y of v oiniiiori,,e IH glvliiKI'loililil '0 cut short an attack.. of grlppo,

I have selected Stuart as tho Panama City- Panama's, lending hy that clause of theircountry's 'If any of thpse errors worn dlHcpinlble a hllII<'I'."IIIII.t in l I. wrung. IIiihonl'l ( HOIIID line piil' >ll< llv. I Iliesedas I llnriuen/a HO re throat or tonsllltls,

county seat and now that this cltl/ens anxemhled at the city law which foiblds, ciuel a new trial would, have not bn allowed, ( to Mundt'nlc'ss In writing speclnl fkoti lnnilboiit plivsli'limn and drugglHts/ nrn now

vexing question has been settled hall and heard Mrs. Lillian Couwav and unusual punishments. The been ordered., Delay Is tho grout 1 tlm. upper com'* tun MIIV the, ccitaln, Hietlcuiri' of.. "I'loililiiem oninicndlng Calolubs, tlm purlHod -
the citizens of this enterprising of the federal law liKelf can make severity of judgment wrong I lion that com. "! ,
a representative ihleld, for guilt and. ns HO often h day. Dinlloy' 'll.icldockknows and reflnnd calomel compound
county can get down to the leal government. Mrs Conwny punishment HO common as to destroy and often happens on Ihu second ..nulii<: not to Intel'fori Hut If the Floildu and knows how to tablet. (hat Rives you tin) effect

work of making Martin county was Invited to visit Florida by tho alll'.I..l. for the law. WhenIlieiH dial, the guilty man Is let go free. judgment' bn wrong ulint commonseimo dish up his utiiIT In mi utltiic'liteniiiiiner of calomel mid Halts. comhlned, ,
one of the best In the sisterhood I federated rubs of the state and Is I weie 185!! capital ollleers InKiiKlaml Is I hero In :icnd.iig: tho HIM* Ills arlli Ion, aie nol onl without thu nnpleasant elTecta of
Chancellor Hadley of St. Kouls.fiiim I
of Florida counties. I going Into the vnvernl counties : and a man was bunged/ ,h.I I ',,"'k for another, trlulliy ? I lIIni', fioin ii publicity point' but ..Il hpr.
I careful I count of the
for a
| In the Interest of reforestation. : stealing 12 pence' from thepocket e IMJIIS of Hie different courts of I \\" not I let, the l'coV I..willie will hll'I'Y \aliiiiblo from u hlslurliill OliO or two Calotabx' at bed*

Fort Pierce---Plans for Dunne1Ing She Ktoko| la u most Interesting': ) their of another, pickpockets appeal la tho country estimated < 'onrt. willed ha ..roIlIHllh.. wicnig.correct point Uino.. with n swallow of water -
several thousand acres of manner of th" forest of WeHt piled' trado around the gallows the. If lni .
wrong! an >ioiir .
that, on an average, one out ofthloe | | --' -- -- '- I''that'll all. No suits, no naiiieit' "
truck farms during the season of !. loi'ida, ami oC Iho state at luigo. in the cioncls watching alunging. criminal cases appealed In judgment! him 1"1111"1,1 why With tlm lino' weather previill- nor tho sllgl.trmt InterTeronco with

1027-28 were discussed at the showing how necessary It was to They bad no fear of this country Is sent hac'k for some should nut I lie i'om't of tolowenter In'. In Kloildi this whiter unit' vonf eating work or plousnrii.Next .
meeting of the chamber of (com fires and the destruction the law, lieiiiiise. owing to Us sciverlty ,
prevent then there tho
and 1 ,
error oa the 1-jirL of the trial 'properJudgment '"ring lI.hlllIII'/ golf mid all mornliiK your cold has vaniHlied -
merce. Dack the back country of the young': trees. Ily the use not once In a thousand "court--nil error which" '' I tlm judge'sof without tlm 'iiouole' and hinds nf pas! limns for, vtsltoi'u' )our syslfliu Is thoioughly
and the back country will back of the screen nlie. enforced her were penalties enforced.The the higher court would, no expense of another' (tearing In Ihoourl. mid leslcli'iils have\ I,,'c'lI ill Iliclrli. '' purified and you am feeling. fl-in

you. Is the familiar slogan used message': showing the virgin tllll-1 /great difference between ,doubt, themselves liavn commit- | which bun found, Ihu wrung. I 11111" while Hie 'inn"III IH naiffoiii with a hearty nppellto for breakfust. -

tn Fort Pierce and the chamber her and what It means as n the administration of Justice In led If they hail, presided at the | liorso sense of Iho / : xtiilnloson In'in Imsl, lilli'"i mill stoi' 'ills I lOut: what you |>!OUHP. no
of commerce propose to back the of revenue. The meeting was the United Slates and In IIth(>rl'Ivlllzl..1 tho subject., I j.. .
II I1 liil. I .ill h'II''h\ ( f..1,'Illllilte' "" Ill dangerCol. ,. .
buck country In every possible slded over by \Vllllam \\' 111'-1 countries mixes from Iho tlm A man In Leocl. w IH. found 11",1"i i i oo\, ) 'hit the sun. 1)1) hi','' ; a family )puckiigo, lonalnInr. -
:No such ibiini'e bud Inexorable
way. who urged that the people of :application of this very principleI guilty! of miinloi" and > I>IIPIII|" ...1 l lto i" i i I'' i And ( In,' I"" opli, ..inI : full illrmtloii'i. onl> :; ". 11'iits.
other' lands, notably In lOngIliind. < Jimtlc'e of Iho KngllHli: system
county heed, the message of Mrn. I ICcnwny The cloiith' Tho" foul! of .ippt itl)> I I) \, 111)) I III I I I /U' H" V ,\lIlIlY dr g .toi."<* udvIt
I I the effect I Ihe punishmentwill Whlttaker Wright.
Tallahassee-- serving nearly and by e\ory means pewslble j -
twelve as a prisoner of I IIP forests of this I have In protecting the public Judge': nnswered, the smile of the) | -::?' "
years protect ..
;: : ..
"' 01
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''is c'einsluiiil regarded: of great Im- oiidemiied with u pitying ulaneo, .. ,,,, ", ... '' 1
the state of Florida, Chandler I section from the (Ires> Hint arc" HO )
Dradham sent up In 1915 will be common. poitunee. After the safety of t Hie but before bis lonlnhlp could litter

a free man next month. Acting I pubic Is "guarded' ', I then It may happen the futul wiirdH, Hie, pilHcuier, | Une
;;; ; pjul'III.rrlits; took f hlii whom. It bad.
upon orders ft the State Hoard ofPardona. Shipments of und that the welfare, and, reformof 10111 pocket RADCLIFFE
the prison bureau has vegetables; arc going forward from I the criminal limy be taken Into' been for weeks concealed, a phial I

IsHtied a discharge for llradham. every part of the state bringing "" ('IIU U t, of cyiiiilclu of potassium, drank It

The pardoning board at Its semiannual joy and Kutixfattlon: to tlm noitliern III HieI'nlted State's we have and fell cluad In .thu prisoner's
I '
BPSslon lust October, granted half of Ilio country and, hiliig- Just twist oil tho principles about, clock. That suicide presented, perliaps -
the prisoner a commutation of InK In money to tho 1."urlc.L growers ,The llrst consideration which our I us Htronii u tribute to the VT 11

sentence and ordeied him released 'I'II and shippers. Florida will nlwavs judges, >governors and parole I Q
upon parole. I luivi* a big pait 111 supplying I boards takes Into account" Is ,

: wlntei fruits and, vegetables ionoithern i what Is best for the welfare cureform c

I Ol'lIla-fo'lre about midnight last' > markets when tlm. rent I of HIP "rim 111ul. After .

night desireed the trute manufacturing of the country Is clutched In the that. If It cua hu clouij without Florida

plant und sawmill of Icy lingers, of winter and Florida : detriment to tho ai-c-iise-el' ., wu may _

J. W. York, located nt Martin. | will uh.jythu tin,' big shipping I think up what I li: best' for III" pub
foi kind of vegetable,,, *>
nine mllus noith of Ocala. on the i point every lic. ...:- .....
Dixie highway. The loss is eutl- I',at a time when ,lie world is.. waning 1 'I'lie. clliTerent! rosillts spread" Chautauqua

mated at 75000. The mill was them. with am.lying mpidlty, During I ,

part of the estate of the lute John _._.- ---------- the- past, twelve'' > eal'H. Kngbiiid: ", bus ..,--,-- The Ellas The Oalcley
II. Martin grandfather of Covernor I'mptled half her /great piimniH I .
burl tza Concert
Martin. It was operated by ; "PAIN WAS DRIVING The great prisonH uf t Ihn I'liltcdSHIPS : ,

his son Waldo until his death ; grow: more pliably ciciweb-d, Keystone Heights, Company
two years ago. The Ocala lire eveicl.iy.. though/ Hie law Itself
department responded to the rail l>ec.nines more feeuie. The I.IWH

but was unable to work effectively : should ne-ver ,punish for revenge'<: Fla.

on account of the lack of water. W1EJMO"Snowbound If a e'lise. of Merlons .crime could besupposed

I and HIP guilt of the accused I ",,-,,-,,-,,_.
Tallahassee Whether anyone was (" '1'10111. Hud yet It was

lias a right to obstruct a person's I on remote farm, apparent. that punishment" would i Feb. G--March 27, .

view of the ocenu Is to bo decided I gets relief from acute neuralgia' hine* net benellc'lul'' I effect on I the I *

by the Florida supreme court. I|I p bile, nor npiiii HIP offender him i 1927 yi
Oral arguments have Just been Snowbound and alone on a remote "..It. la| HIIC'h a OHIO the law

heard by the court In an Injunction ,' farm, miles from a doctor, a plucky would' not be Justified In Inflicting 1 3:00 P.M.Admission
suit brought by n Dado roun-I i I Canadian woman endured for hours Its i'b.ittl'lenient. Itetrlbutliin Is .

ty resident against the !Miami the racking agony of acute neuralgia. not I th>' purpose of penalty. True,

Heach Pier Association, In which I'I, "The pain in my head was driving tbe penalties! of Hie law must be .-.---..
he alleges that the latter organisation me wild\ she wntea, "when I happened i elastic te> cover varying cases, but
bottle of Sloan's Liniment
see a
attempted to erect an amusement tru'ir Jii'ifice should remain Inexorable.
the dreoser. I it trial
on gave a > Free '
structure which would obstruct I and in no time the pain was gone. I > '
his view of the ocean. The |I slept peacefully the rest of the night." I|i :Not' half ii ,dozen men In I'ngl.tnd : 'I'

circuit) court declined to grant the'1 Sloan's Eivea! quick, genuine comfort ', were so popular, during his Study Classes, ,
Injunction. I| to every kind of muscular pain I < aor.'pr an was hlltaker Wright. I
I because It'doesn't June deaden tho I He filled, the murky London air

Orlando--Indications are that nerves. It helps the body to throw with a shimmering gold color. Mornings! I AAHON

Florida's tomato crop this year i off the conditions that are causing the I Wnght" they said could make any : GREAT COMEDT SUCCESS

will be much heavier than that of pain.No nocd to rub. Pat a little Sloan'son i OIK'S fortune. In his waiting Sunday-Auditor-I

last year, according to the ret'cut1': lightly. A healing tide of fresh room coulel be found members ofpiirllumcnt. ium Services with I
report of .1. A. :Marks, agrleultiiiiil / gcrm-ilefitroyinit blood begins tingling professors from the
statistician of the I'nlted through the aching ,place and the pain, uiiiM-rBlty. anil titled) ladles of the PreachingThree
States Department of Agriculture vwclling, stilTnexa are ((uickly relieved.So in iD'Hie, At T'psnm: Downs the
Mr, Marks reporting on truck'' clean and easy to uae. too. All JMI," "nettex 'turned from Prince Kclwicid : O'clock I II .

crops general}', stated that the to- druzzisU-35 cents. to the. carriage! of Whltlaker.igltt I

tal acreage of tomatoes on the \\ and. Imi'k axil( I ill. At Hid Full Program Free I

lower IJuat; Coast, from Palm r in"uter In divided a smiling Ine -

Palm leach luunty south U now < 'TPftvlth the actors nn tho : on request I
estimated at 10,500 and that ,luge" Ills public and private
liarltlus were'. well known and
er planting) were slightly
than were Indicated by early lat-I enormous For example': Ha --,-,- ,

mates. bought u public' park and donated
It to the city of London. Ills for .
tunes came from the organization i I II

and promotion of great I I
Get VourMoney Promptly tions. Many of the best known I I I,

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know that I am Inflicted with this Futch,', by mistake, had put on I had only been dreaming. My-
-- -- J.a.1-' 1 dreadful malady as it is generally I Drownlee's pants and was trying mother was knocking on the door

BRADFORD ; I believed that even your best 'to make them fit. calling me to breakfast.

friends wont tell you; let me disclose ""' ""When we had dressed we paraded -

HIGH SCHOOL the horrible truth: My case' out In the field with our mas- I.\i'n: Ut"fr.t-n:

Ift JOURNALI I Is su severe that I don't need to cq}, a dog, In front of us. The J)ISQU.\Llt'a".1J

told) I have tried to { camera took some close-up-1 _
rw EUQENi: MATTHEWS GRACE WOOD ho How -lire, man .:; ;
p' I ; EdItor-In-Chlef R. Associate Editor myself but all in 'vain: I' bave'IIMd of urn and we then began to warn: Wednesday
II I I ', morning a telegram
1)ho"( 2U WILBUR MARBIinUR.V:- a : VIRGINIA WEEKS' I up three Cases of Listerine but up. was received at n. II. S. from the

I _. Athletic Editor Publicity EditorIM1'IITACF:111' : the only benefit got from thH was At last It was time for the gameto superintendent of the athletic association
; received by the Listerine Com- begin.: The gradstand was that school
TWO KK:<<<'lVP: ItltlDKSJION : I by the. frit-mis of the bride and pany., You MUST, I know you packed tight with about twenty stating our
: : VOCATIONALTltllMMJ way utter Its owner has discarded would be able to enter the state
: IIV U. .M. S. groom here will, write and tell me some way thousand spectators. L'mplre
d i I The wI..ldlliWIU. / ) quietly solemnised It. to remedy my dreadful situation. I Wood began calling out the line tournament at Gainesville this
Lake Butler
week because the
Tho Womun'H Missionary Society I : at G o'clock by Father Madden get moro despondent every day up for the home team which wa<
of the IlnptlHt church gave of SI .limeph's church In the Among the subjects which we After putting out $2.70 for astronomy and nm thinking of resofinc to as follows: team had boen disqualified on account

a most cnjoyahlu affair Monday afternoon presence, of the family. study In school one ofVhe moat books most of the seniors dreadful measures, as suicide Oh Futch .. Catcher of the Ineligibility of ome
of their players. It was also
ut the home of Mrs (i. W The home wax. decorated, with Important Is ourx ]vea. The question are lint broke. what can I do? Williams __ __ Pitcher
learned from the Principal of Lake
Alderman, on North Walnut street palms and) lovely cut flowers for that' most vitally comern I Ilally Tool<. McMillan! __ .. First Base Duller High that the team that
the occnrtlon being the regular the ceremony. us now In: "Wlint lire my Individual We understand' that the dear Ttasi'
Wainwright B. II. the Y. M, C. A.
moetlnK combined with asocial Thu brldu'a, only attendant was abilities, desires and opportunities editor, wax on a wild spree In Dear nary: Have you tried Brownlee ._ Third Base played
hour In liounY oC two r..N.t. bridos, :Mrs Theo Volk matron of hon- for the future?" To Itf.tIhe Jacksonville. over the week-end-! wearing a diving suit? Inman __ Short Stop court last Saturday did not off:

Mrs J. I'. iriHMiwny. of Jlu'k""n- or, who wax /Downed In a hand110 I I most out of lifo we must decide so we don't know whether he will Fielder' dally represent the Lake Butler

Tlllo, who prior to her inuilrnuo 14" fink of Valencia bluo <'repel I< these things and follow up be able to write anything worth Dear Lucy: Several weeks ago 1 Strulli.The Graham, Long close one amid school and therefore that game

was AllHH' 'Ihi'lmu Sin'lliirnVH, and trimmed In grry with a hut of our decision with melon' train- rending!: or not. However ho wui met a real nice boy at a fraternity game wo a the would not prevent U. II. S. from
I the 0 to 0 In seventh -
score was ;
)'rH, O. T. 1 llnton, who wax formerly straw (mid silk <'onil hI lned. I Ing. In !good company as several, other dance, ever aluce that night he has Inning. In the eighth: inning entering the state tournament.

Miss Laura "')'1111. Mlxs: Darby wits given In Service l I" time largest, worth of our wild youths accompanied been begging mo to marry him. the Tars made three runs The B. Ii. S. team will go to

The lower floor uf thlx lovely riage by her father and the ( mllr-I while thing In life Bud to bo fit him. And, anyway, genius must I hardly know what to do, I'm When we came In but Graham Gainesville Thursday and play the

,home wan' c joned en suit ant had ua his bust man a (the most service to our fellow peo- have Its fling! Mure that I love him but I have Struth nnd Inman each got: on Perry team If victorious, If victorious -

attractively decorated with pink the brldo., !Mr. John Darby. ple and the world at large we known him such a short time. Do bases. That made three on batten It will then play Ocala

d TOUCH, nri'lpua' and Bplron' After a Tim brldo was lovely In a modIxh must work In the field for which We hope that the playground!'; you suppose ho Is a real good boy? and no outs. The next batter up High.
business session conducted hy thn, : of tan smartly wo are best suited whether teaching equipment will be Installed on the Pinky. .--
gown crepe made an out and the one follow
president Mrs. H. I.'. Ilumrlck. the tailored' ) with which she wore a medicine, ministry or many campus In the near future, an It' Ing him did the same Next I.OSTdinmolll) milltulro ring

following program. was given: small lint of silk and straw of the others Wa Hhould decide earlyIn will soon be too late for we seniors I Dear Pinky: Oh he might be Futch got up to bat he had t" between
*, Jl'ndlnlCVhat Is 11 Mlxxlon- Hiime shade 11111 I accessories of tan. life what our special abllltlen to get any benefit from It. but I wouldn't stand back on a strikes and three1 balls called on Joxcphlne Edwards: anti the Western -
'" and "C'hrlut the Mliwlonnry"Miss are, either for ourselves, or with And we were counting!'; big on slid
ary She carried a prayer be'show- lit II 0 thing like that. him. Our heart began to grow Onion Telegraph om('... Finder
Inez the aid and advice of older ing down the slides and swinging .
Ahnrnathy. ered with valley )lilies..Mr. peo- .
cold and each of ua was in c'espalr.
A MlHxionnry Poem-Little ple. As far as possible we should on the swings, etc. The following story was written return to (t. K. Lewis l and receiveliberal
and Mrs Hankston loft immediately As the pitcher boooll: to ,
Julia HolnipH, 11 member of the train ourselves to do this work The following poem Is very expressive by a boy In the Eighth Grade reward &t-tf
aft .' the eel emony for wind up Futch gave him a wIcKed -
,>r Sunbeam Rand throuuli the opportunities afforded of the situation: and Is a part of his regular English -
:New: York where they will nail the look; the bull was headed
Reading/ on MINalonSMrx, us Our education should be There little children, don't you course.
last of the week for a Xmonth'sICiiropciui straight across the plate, Futch For Perfect Sewage Use
George C, White. acquired In the schools) that will cry.You'll ,
trip, their itinerary swung his bat and a loud crackwas
I "A Home MIMMlonary"MaryDean train us boil for our chosen profession get your shoot-de-shoots, ,
taking them to many Interesting (By Glenn McMillan; heard and away shot the ball. Hubbard Septic
a member of the fl. A. not from a school because by and by?
countries. On and on it went across the hack
weeks before
ffic | It was just two
Iteadlnii- Marjorie Newell It In nearest liomo. .
a .
After their r .!"I'M, they will fence nnd through a window on
the with the Tara. This Tanksthe
member of 0, A. I Vocational guidance Is of verygreat INTKIIVIKWS: WITH PA:MO I'M game:
make their home v. :Hi the parent I the other side of the road. Futch
of the
wax to be the last
'y "Wllllum Carey's Vision"-Mr Importance for It determined 1'1H'J.FI<< :
II. L,. Tlrownloe. of the pride, on L 'rl, u aenue. or partially determines our IIfe'swork season and was to decide the whiner made a home run and of en next best to city sew-
.F; The bride la the only daughterof brought In the three who wro on
of the world's champlonRhlp.
"Housework" thus ,determining our future Family size put in
Reading --Mary Mr. and, Mrs Harry Darby, anda I know t that all of you hr. ,o beeu the bases. age.
We had three to play before
Brownlee, a member of O. A. success, prosperity, and moat of enjoying Aunt Lucy's column, HOI games with 40 feet of
19B charming young woman whoso the big game but that did not That was the only ball we had complete
Vocal Tho of all real happiness.
: (a) Howl Hoses our thought perhaps, would like
many lovely traits of characterhave you us aa all the teams were so we had to quit playing became $60.00. Factory
fly (Clark) : (b) Gray Day (Noel -- Keb. 18 from KiiMtls HI. Panther to know something about that worry seepage, ,
endeared her to a largo circle small teams and we figured we the man, whose window AMIS broken -
r't Johnson) Miss Mildred Gill, accompanied I helpful 243 So. Fifth St., Gaines-
of friends.Mr. could defeat them easily. We practiced was so angry that he would
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Mix Ethel Grinin. -- --
by Is of Mr Aunt Lucy, attired In a negligee ville Fla. Mail card
Itankxton Die won a
Following thin Mrs UIS'OS'r.liT'h..n :: hard every afternoon and not give: the ball back to us. But' ,
program of futurist design received
>d George C. White In her pleasing and Mrs. Hugh TI," kKlon. of Roberta After were in good shape we didn't cure we had w and I will call and explain -
me in her exotic apartment -
I and has made his homo In
each of honor the senior class The days seemed to fly" game and were champions the
manner, presented \\ you are In lighting a Russian it to you.
Macon for several holding
guests with a hnll responsible position with thnCnspPowler
apt, gifts from the W. M. S. a Lumber ('urn pany.--, To be a senior, every Fresh., ready to talk. So I asked. what had COIIL(). We all were more or from the grand stand we C. E. Hubbard
w Would Ills coat and hat. less nervous In the dressing room marched towards the dressing
The hol>1eMs, assisted by Mrs The Macon ((da.) News, Feb. 21.: pawn she thought uuout the present gen :
p Lila Drldln, ..irn. II, I.. lirownlee, 1927. 1 Won't Roma kind soul Invent a eration. The dear old, lady replied and In our haste, most of us find room shoulders.carrying Futch on our Gainesville, Fla. I

Miss Ethel Grlllln and Miss Mildred The above clipping will be be of I school : put on someone else's clothing
t Gill served a tempting salad much Interest to many Starke pet Where we'll be satisfied "\Veil.1 think they are a good The funniest thing of all was that' Just then I UWOKO and found
i course With hot chocolate. 1.lelrN]\ Ilankstou has frequently The seniors very foolish be, bunch. They think they know a ,,, i ......... '' IWWYYWIWWIIIXMI IMIIAWI/aa/aII11WYMtl111/II'
vlsltod at the home of Mr. and And the freshmen dignified. little more than they do, thpugh,
WISH LOIN \V.\ltlH: WKDSMK. : --E. M.
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I would[ like to give some of the I ;
q 'hi \HVKY N. LONG ._ _
flappers a few tips about vamp- I '
Grarevlllo. Alabama Power I .:TC. Ing-they are rather crude. That I
Miss Loin Edwards. daughter Company rebuilding electric light la the reason I have opened the

of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards and power lines of city. The astronomy class Is beginning 'Letter Box.. "

C of this city, was married at 4:30: to see stars. Aunt Lucy should be well fitted : DON'T BREAD SAY!II
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, March to give advice on vamping SAY ,

1. to Harvey S. Long, of Braden- PN[ POINTRS Isn't It funny that a freshman etc.. for she has led six unfor-

ton, the wedding taking place In should have two eyes, a those anda tunate men to the alter--one at

R Jacksonville at the home of Hev. mouth, Just like a regular person a time of course-and each one I I Yr

and Mrs Thomas Hansen. The Chicago( needs an "am D corner ? has died In some strange manneror I : .
simple but Impressive ceremony ." says the evangelist. Alma other. But I am sure Aunt _

f was performed by the Reverend Semple MrPheraon. W* bad Say. he's so dumb he thinks Lucy would not have helped themto I r

llansen. The bride had no attendants I thought several ot Chicago' cor- I that a study hall la a place where die--ah no, she has a nature

and Mrs. C. A. Knight I acre were that. way.. .. : you go to study. that Is far too delicate. There II 1I 1I I
of Starke, and Mra. Hansen were
I I was a seventh man to whom sho
+ the only witnesses. Thin spring men will wear derbies I I
The senior class song should was engaged, but he committed
The bride wore a handsome two- canes colored handkerchief i Ire. "I'm Sitting On Top of the suicide by lumping In the well on I
and bright pajamas, says a fash Ion
tone rose binge: Brazilian crepe World" most of them think they his wedding morn.A II
dictator but
we hopo not all at
with accessories to match,
Areas few ago--perhapa fifty\
her flowers a shower bouquet' of are.The school board should furnish -Aunt Lucy was proclaimed the 1 1Ii

?. [ sweet pena and valley )lIIle... She The lInt robin has been lighted UK bathing suits to use at most beautiful woman In America 1I HOLSUMAsk

is a popular member of Sta:-ke'H Connecticut.. New Mexico and physical ed period these wet daya. and she still retains all those I I

lounger! net, u graduate of Iliail- way points but we refuse to be- endearing young (charms exceptfor

rk ford County llluh school where lievn anything until the first mess What has happened to the old the fact that she wears a wig,

shn held many responsible oltlces of greens comes In. I i I fashioned student who used to has false teeth a glass eye and

ny Mr. Long has won many friends 'i burn the midnight oil? walks on a cork limb! Ii
s.nco, he has made Sturke hiss Edison took a day off on his Just as Aunt Lucy finished tell- I
home Ho holds a responsibly 80th birthday anniversary but I ; I
position When a reiiueut was made recently ing me all that I have written
with thu Seaboard Air Line Judging from the reporters' question ... ..
In hall
i a be did the hardest day'swork that every one study above her old friend. Professor .- : .. .- .- .. -
railway. I who was chewing gum should Trotter came to teach her the Intricacies -
'L I Mr. anil Mrs., Long left Immediately has had. In.some. time. throw it out, 60 per cent of the of the Black Bottom. I

after the ceremony for a Hollywood Is the town la California I students rose as one and made for Therefore I retired Oh yes, Aunt

short motor trip to the southern where newly married couples the window. If anyone was be- Lucy la very. fond of modern dancIng -
t I part of the state after which the take their honeymoons sepa low they are probably there yet, O. A. W.

y'' popular young couple will be at rately. stuck hard and fast. P. S. As Aunt Lucy has beenso ,

Yqn home to their many friends In successful In her love affairs I

their lovely apartment at the res- The most popular boy In schoolIs believe she must have "It"Ditto
'm ideuco of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. ---.-.- .- -- the one who goes around witha Above. Your\ Grocer He Knows

fr Hitch on Cherry rtreet.r Baby Ruth In one hand, and a ,
Say it with Flowers package of chewing gum In the Of:K u.u'n: STORY
DARBY TO Mil. HANKHTOV Flowers For Al! All aboard for Sleepylandt I
SOI.KMNI/KD:: Tl'KS1: >.\Y
Once time little rod
K When In need of a pencil use upon a a
I, Occasions the machine In study hall. Help school teacher (oh pardon us, we .i : '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darby an- do confused at times .
yourself and the.Woman's, club, get so ) 'II _
Bounce the marriage of their
too. Anyway a little school teacher was
"v daughter, Annie Mae to !Mr. Gertrude GndbeyAnderson I Interrupted In the midst of a lec- ,

Alonzo lIubert Hankston, the wed- Its not the gift! but the spiritIn ture on the rise and fall of the ,
ding having taken place Tuesdayi I elevator industry by a nondescript
which It Is given that counts. -I
,i afternoon at the home of the __ I '
sound which filled the clans ?I
Try telling that to one of these room. ..t
bride's parents, on Linden uvpnuo.The Phone 39 Kla. here now Broadway gold-diggers. At lint the little teacher thought

c above announcement will :: -I II .__-- -- that It must be rain and was about : .' : "
be received with cordial Interest
T ROSSI to declare a one session when the ,
t noise suddenly ceased. It con- .

Padre of the Sun Spots Well howdy! We are here, tinued off and on In this manner I

I land ready to torture you with ourexceedingly for over an hour when the teacher I ..
e wise and witty say- noticed that everytlme the noise -
: started certain little girl's

lags.The tints have all turned Into In the back of the room Bt meted i Delivered Fresh Daily

I Gypsies now-. they have contracted working and every time the noise i

,0I \ a fortune-telling craze. All topped the little glrl'1 Uw stopped I

those dear little Ignorant glrU are moving. So the tombi"na I

w lW anxious to know who their future turally came to the conclusion that I

t 4 husbands are going to be--oh yes the little girl was chewing gum.

I they are quite grown up by now.i Walking sternly to the buck of

i few of those same females the room she looked rapidly at >?
mentioned above seem to !he try- the: little girl and said crisply: I

lag to form a galaxy of admirers 'Liza, am dat chewing gum you

k around a modern Bluebeard up am chewing?" ,, .! ,- .
here aliio. Liza gave the teacher a scornful -

I last Friday morning In chapel look and said In her best manner ,'

we hall Homo special' music. "Well If It olnt I'se out live

'[eAarll. Murphree and Philips of cents." .
This apt reply amused the
the university orchestra gave 111 so
.mime good selections on the piano teacher that she was forced toHxmlHa

11 St and 1.11\' >(01111011". We all enjoyed school for the day. Don't
It Then Mr. Julian also of the you wish you had been there?

'/ orchestra talked about the concert Well nlgbty-nlght. Are you sure

that waN to be given that Yln have enough/: cover on? r

night at the club house. E.) :M. .
A that is known
product Nationally fine in grain

orit I.KIT: Kit: 15O.K .... ,
We would sure like to find some r .. If ; ..

way In which the energy used In Dear Aunt Lucy: No words can .. '1 \

the chewing of gum could be harnessed tell you the ugony I am suffering, white in texture and a home made flavor that lasts
and used as benefit to loth mentally and socially. I have ,

the rest and sundry. We'll bet halitosis! Oh, the humiliation oft

I the energy wasted up here at Everyone shuns my company,

.. (school Is enough to furnish light I[ am neglected, disregarded snubbed
(and water power for Starke and scorned Ignored )
Rev. Jerome U. lUcard of Santa Clara. Call: Is 'well known for trampled
1,U weather predictions based on sun spots This I III one of the Ant, steno! on. and aa popular as the seven II
1 We also believe that the chew-I
photos ever given of his recording apparatus. ? I year Itch Is to an armless man.

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3-Piece Outfit tu37 the came tinlntr a regular miloa. I
John ...aultsby Cecil Deck of: day and' n rulu day of thla Court In :
Gulneaville Mr. and Jlrs.: Joel front of In i ,. iom rt IIOUMO door. at I ;
; Ktafkc, KlorMn, to the hlirhont and When a wise man makes a mistake, t
Bits I Murden. of Orlando ; Mr. anti! Mm >h.
of George 1 II. Flynn. of llnrdeetown ,; MJI is Special: M. JO MaaU UN'S, he learns something : ,

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Data Ilax.lIn.: Trrrlp unit 1 lt> \ "'1"r that itrttilii, l'luulMiurtM : I II 'J
17 82 60 .00 of K4iii'..los\ ,ro and o.r, of I -- / -
Concerning Our People, Business and I .Sale. mud mid' 1"\110",1| l to v 11 on oru1 I "**\ J
IS 82:! 1 59 .00 "> A V Lou it, JII.IKH of the Circuit I ;
Progress of the County and Town. 19 72 58 1.92 t'f" (Cutirt uf K lor Ida. I KlKhth: .Inillrhil 3"V<& ft&
I ; "'"">tilt. In and" for ltvsdfurl I Comi- =
20 64 47 .12 t v, in t hnl c<*1'1111" en n HO w ln'r.n I n I .. .-.:'>
i 21 65 38 .00'' M. ,K: .IMv: imlH ciHnplitltiiint\ 'and, .
Jit 11 an I. IVH< and! i lnrn( I. IVU, L.--
... 22:! 73 ;in .00 ;, hln w IC,'. stnrko I Iirvrlopni.t''t roll, s, : ..
23:! SO 48 .00 ',. panu fin'iiorut Ion, .1or>t ph I ICialtf I I' -- ..J.'I" .
Mrs. L. A. 1 : : : :: : :"I\\ : ; : -ii .
] .:014te( ni 1 >of Mi(1nnlf, ( ht-roln. 1, ".J .
In Jack 24 68 61 1.52 \. S t'rr. \V IVUH n,ppnln t oil, Hpi'riiitMnHI I \\0<
25> 78 56 Trace : *.i. lit .Chanrorv ;, that I 1mVdlcvl '- -j"1.'t
1(.d neon nil of ( h"..- "'i-rin hiUM.N -'. : yf'w'
26 64 19 1.40 I .b.. '.11..1 .In tmld ,.'111,1 IiI ," ..
Mr. Ware :
27 71 39 .00 (.,. '.r K'l I.frloMllfl' tit fnilx| M, t.. I .i. .,' I ,,' ".-.' '.' .".te1 ..=.....
Starke \ I "I'' .. .. .' '.. : :........ .. ". .
28 72:! 46 .00 1 1 ..... ',: ...- ... (\
All Sw thin ( li ; and th"Not ( '&
SMcial 1 60! 41!) .00 On, .c i tiiutt, .I.t: i.r t iii'. : 'Nitt'i'tN. l :, 1 ._ 1', ;: 1i";of" tl ;'
| | + \ ., lliilf/ of 4cait' 1
I 41 .84 I i ( : .
2 Av ""
1)MXS/'it. If 1 1 .,( } ; ., .ttli, .Id.tsnrt.'u. and l thn I*Ih,1 t : I fj f\
I I II .t8'4 5toll.a Mall "f i II InVi..rUiwt'.t qunrter. multh A -- _;J;j IIf I 1., .,
I II vi ..v f
I Total. 5.80 4enMw .rae\.y'r ? Na. ih\\-t 'l''tI'I''C) tin N'mtiw ,
Miss t .,muter' and' th> ", ..IIlh"-1,
gustine, was i I Summary for month of Kvliruary "| I ..t tllO I Hull.I |h\\.1 ,llllll| l.t M. ;/
1927 : and ''h.., :Vorthwont, 1'"rl'r| of 'the circumstances: : make it impossible' : or inconvenient for \
Saturday. of Hn-tloii T\\o ;
4"ul h. s ,1 i Umirtcr.
Lowest temperature :118 dvKrceion ) I .oj n,inl i ho Soiit hivt.Ht, quarter, .>rtin
-- I the 21st.highest ,..."licst limit.Ifi und, I tin you to make n trip to the bank during banking hours: i'

Henry S, ..nth ''h.'llIlIr..r.. 14"' ) of tlio.
in Oeneva temperature 84 d..grlpHon ,S ..tilt' a"t inut| ..tor of t II ho HoiithoaMquarter just drop your transaction. in the mails.: '.
the Ith and 13th. of. S,,'tn( 'riir*i. ((3 > ; and
C. F. ,- -, Miilf,
S"It"lIIIt/ if the "North
Total rainfall fi.15> t Ischrs.Number ,and I tin, tho Stun wont, g11nrl'r| of II,.< Undo Sam's: ollicioncy record Is so nearly perfect that

\ \ of clear dityn, I U.I d 1 SoiithMt, ittmrtor. and,.. t hoVi,.Hl, I 1

at Garden Klckliter'e.and I I Number of partly cloudy days' the hair': Soil of' 1 t the. :;..i':iiiarlir|:uthrn.t1unrl.::t ': ; of: t IIH lor" SouihfiiHt ; and- there i in small risk t

6. quarter of Hert Ion I Koiir IU. I'
Number of cloudy dolytl. 0. led l Ihr ;Ntirtlicant: \, sooner| and t I he Once you realize the convenience of l banking by mail !
Mrs. M. E. Noel Half ..f the N'orlhwoNt ,
I Number of days with ruin 9. and tho Hun l th wont quarter
will like il.BANK
sonville Is the Noi" lilt ext( ',lIlIr.r., and the you surely i I ;
Last 1.66> ""'heM of rain- 1""I'I"'j
ter, Mrs. A. Z. : halt nf the Suthen.t "|"/ II
fell the coldest day wax the lllli I s.1 .thin Nino car, mid the II If ,
when the thermometer went to 20 of the l\.rlh".1 ,,"r'r., "f I I
E. J. f'f l Klovotl: ( Ill ; All mild' nhovit I
l degrees and the warmest day wu <>d (minds, doliiic' In TowiiHhlp (
guest this of < Smith., l,, ItaiiKo Tweet v.( d..I.lh.1
the 25th with temperature 4gflicit
tel. $ KiiHl: and oniitfilnlntr, Olio I
77. On the whole February tlilt Seven /Hundred !Ninety \\I 1III1"1'! 's, OF STARKE
much warmer and weltei moro or less. n nd will on :Mmidii\. ., '
E. IJ. year was II,.. 4th tiny of April A. I I'. t'iJT.! ,br-
1 than February a year aKa. t woo u the legal hours of Hale, In
tar, was a is u tlnet-pteit lost unit ol front t>f (ho "Court lloimn boar, In "There is no Substitute for Safety"f i f It ItI

Starke helps \vuol poplin Unit It very lit.IruUive HtnrUo' Fli.rlfla. offer t II he Hume, forNiilo I i
1'ine Castle.-Dixie Hlghwa The blwubt l and mill. mild, lnndH, to Hit lug host I
through this town being widened u Hi gloeuceargent and host didder, thereof ntidIlieiofni ,. I 4
George C. Lope. I r.n,r "etlHll. to HUtUfv lltttl pay' (J" F\tm/ Mi-asure of //Vi/frtuw I
from 18 to 30 feet._ Much 1.111111 I 1 Juerue" and toMt H. "
week In Dayt !\ ) A. H CIMiWfl.' !tOn ofJlonor" Wank "
state banking Iron In ,Sin"Ins \T.iMt| rr, hi Chuiu-ery' .
ore deposits Levy county .1, C. AdkltiH' (laliHMVllle.Attomey ix L'tjtni Mtiifitreionoi "rS'n',. j
will bo worked by n company recently 3-4-5t-4 q l

Mr. and I A WORD formed with Slain -._ -
[GENT Senator -- --- -- -

In Seminole Kppernon. owner of the land*, and % 01'Hll

ness Interests. others Interested IIM part of the li
COLUMN Not. hut of enl* of $2fl.OOO sixI'IT
company. There nro unit ny acres Pent Sprr|. Inl 'I'Jix 1 School I 1 I'I-
!\ ,. D. ._
L. F. J and ninny mineral deposits In it n..1( r \.. ,nberel, | |':hrhti'4'ti.'' of Itrinl- IOE3OCFEEDS -01:20 -01:28
: ( LOS'T'A: diamond solitaire rln; ford 'mint, y. .Klot'hlii. I 11.,01..
Springs, was between, the rexideni'o of MrsJosephine Florida that have never been developed Hornby. n..II..o. .IN irlvini I Hint 'thillonrd > o y n
In Starke lint they turn coming to of 1 IMihlii* ItiHli,'U4l''Ion of Hrndfot -
1-Mwurd and the( .
'd .*?oinn, Kliirlda( will r'.i'i>lvirii >
!\ \ WeHtern I'nlon Telegraph ollli-o. the front now that the minds of >111 led. Mil* for i hi< ponch",.,> of $ur.,
Now Spring I to O. K. Llwlll the |people| nro coming buck to (lie HM| >ihit 'Pax Hchoot, "IHwtrt.tNumhiT..t CRATES
Finder return
.. IM: ..IH' .'in. <>f (HriuiroidCounty .
riving dally and receive liberal reward. :3-411 soil. "Khtrldii hotidH on "r hoforoIn ,
----.5 --- ( .* explratlnn n..r thlrlv dnvM from"
\ ( : : I II I hi4th ilnv of March, AT. I III27! ntI
D. E.
Col. FOIl R.-T.--lown:-'; stairs of Ill FF.M'K:
I ho OIn( '"> of |Ihn "Snpnrlntend.'nt' of
Davis \ house In front of Ice factory 10. I I'nhit.Inntrui.t. Ion of "I'radfordCounty ,

business trip M. Johns. It Bids for 250 heart cypress SuM I ,tmmlH Florida, : an II I to Htnrk Im ,dulixl I Klorldn!: 'July 1 FERTILIZERS p

punts, 6 In. by 72 In., fOlle'1! hit IH2rt\ nod urn to hi In d">notnl-i
notlnns ..if no .ouch nod, to
Wesley W ANTIo I ITo buy some good paper Lake wIll bo $1 ,000
Crosby Cemetery received .bear tnt<*n Ht ut the ruin of nix r..r
I" Park is the shell pecans F. A. Scott by me up to March 7tli. ,[rout, iM'r unninb, pn, vii hit* HO HI,,1"I ",
aunt. Mr. and ;tarke Flu. 3-t-Jt bids uuntly I tut tin :I l.t tiny of .liiMtinrv' 1 I
Alternate on llghtwood pouts i
I and July I of I'lidi' year, with lntirtHt
I of name dimensions Is also requested ....I1I."n" it attiH-hiH Tin* principal" '
For FOR SALE-Strawberry plants II nd .tnlei4 nf ./11.1 llomlH lure pity-'
\ your Kids to be In writing.
I Arkansas Missionaries, |2.60( nl>li> at the, Ian hover N'ailoniil 4 I In the' I
lT your choice HeWitt C. Jones I'lty, \ and lie Kinttt" of New y..rk. o
D, spected meat per 1000 plus charRea.; (]. C. 2282t. I The amount 01 made uffrr.d, for '

Cady Starke. 3-4-21'' KillIH S25.HIMMM1'' nod the prlnHpai n
I lea at : I enid 1 |M.II |H shall: hn (m vithlo II-: We wish to announce to the public that o
\V the railroad. III O'f 10eHI01I the In! diiv nf July ttai'h
FOR SALE CIIICAP-Iloiifie and 1'U. hoKltiiiliiK, with t27 and end.

two lots in Starke part rash In Clrrnlt Court KlKlilh: Judicial /IHK. with IHr.l" ItldH will \ice arcpptwd 'Ii| we have opened a feed crate and fertilizer n nD
Miss Madge terms on rest. W. N Johnson Circuit, Krnrlfiiril (onnly;: ,, Monte. atFlorida. for nalil llotHln on or hcfm'n Ill I .' I ,

tees to the B. 3-4-lt >. W. ./MVAItKAC'oiniiliUniint In Chumpry.l r,xplrxtlon| d.iy: ::r"of Murrli.hlrty:! A.days H I''U7 l from'' IhrItt iitiddrrx store in the Durling building near the DeU U

evening at Su.rnl".rK.:0( l> nrc required, to ilfpimlt with.
v.. ald' ounty hoard, of I'uUlli( liiHlrm'ion .
street. Ftln SALE-Will sell at a bar PAHI HTI.NNKH: ; a i"rtllltd .h..k for live per pot and are now in position to supply
l Lid. Hald your 0
JI store goods and flxturec5iear liefomlant. ro"t or the amount of Hfild ,,
jicaln my It by' iiindavlt Appmirlfld, '.h..I'| l tn ht* MimlM. iavalii) I.. tin
C. Mr. and depot In Starke; purl to the Hpt"-arlnir bill Midi In She iihovoxluliMiiilli \ tomd. of 1'..toll.- .ItiHtriirllon ..f Hrmt" needs in these lines. As have bought

.' and Miss 4'Ash, terms on reMt.V.. N <- ... Hull 1'uul Mlmit'r, till. d..r" 'old, I'oiiiily.' Florida we
; I herein, niinii-il\ IH a uuu-rv'.'ldrht Sunday in J ohnson. 3-411 ut the HI ale of I Florliln. nod, hu In alHHlflent w which. t ln> 'lilditfi'M will romIV j for cash we can Call and
home of Mr. -- ---- of Mnrt-holiHU Jllithwiiv. I U .>) With tilltfltllN llll'IMMlf after. | |"|" I save you money. t
f41l1nO KallllH'l. Ile! IM wlvi'n t"v I nro sold llmird that'
1P.. No. II, HrlilK'P'irt, : : I
: :
: PLYMOUTH HOCljlKKIIfrom \: State of .'...nll..I.1. and IH ovitr, I I'Hierc i if t In* I Lends;; | ran, ,IK um4r4'a'l inspect stock.Bennett k
The W. T. big typo fine lay. of I wentycimyt'tirM.. U IH lliiTcfon 1 lll.'il ,rnrel rrr,'rr'd, l lo II l 10.,\, our 1M
ordered. thnl l .111,1, tton .rn.Ib.tdrfendnnt ,lun,- tK'Mliod "M a Kiiarnntuo. of'till
D. C. will TH; $1.75 setting of 15 at l li*> and' hn IM. hereby. required iMiniiillaiM'n, with t hiItlil nu It- o
ternoon at 3 : (farm or delivered in Starke to iippi-ui ,I.. the hill nf toiiiplalnt ,ull.1, l and" In the eviMit Itr ncoi'p. D
... and tlui, fallur,
mod. In. sold. rniif on or l 10. nitre of Biirli onh
I Of Mrs. U. A. By parcel<< I post. prepaid $2.25. faro, Monday' the 4th day of April I .* ,pin't of I tin1 bidder. to I'oinplvvltli 8
I !\ A. A. Williamson Max 220 A. U. IUJ7. otlM-rwiNf, 'the nlliraii,,iiH the tcmiH. t h4.ri ...r Mil 111 bill Will IIIIIIKOII IIH I'UIIfttMHtMl I... ,".iil. IIH lliu( Idtitrd, damiiffnHmil I o ,Ae
1 Ladles' .10... : Starke Fla. 34.1t'1VANTId1)fine l unlit Inrt'laliifd hv t .ho 'Itonnl HMlainiiffCt'H
>v :: :: : I
.. m aroutint nf tha nonMroniiiini' n
at St mb. -- -- -- -- It lit .r.I.,1! Unit thlH order
up \ .ha ".Ll lxbesl OUCH a week fr>r *) of Hit ti'rniM" of sold hid I IIi..hl o
. eyrl''s"hart four conHHi-iitlvn-(>..kN I In rho llru lfolil l- ItundM an to ho board) t..rII"
Mr. and logs HUPP no objection Cuulity Telt-Krnph, ti linwupupi-r, ,*> .purpoHM' of puri'liaHliifr, '*!Hi',... & Hemingway
ulillHlli-il. In Hlllil "'.,ally and Htiitc re.'t Ing ni'hool hulldlnfr l mid fuiilHhliiK
of Alabama, 10 Inch diameter at small end | .''hl. March 1.1. 1127.II. .. came" for i the tier ness and and up. If log be, 20 Inch will W Al.liRll.MAN.Clvrk I .* fr.. schools within nnld Hplul -
Clrcnll fourt.Mi'al "' tax .,'rhoi l dtntrlrtHald .
sister Mrs. l pay for two All logs to be 8.6 ( ") Hv ('. A. KNIdllT, HC,, .Iii| hldn to Im <>|>f>iii>d hy
-- --- or multiples. II. II. Kerue KNHIIIT & KNIIIIIT/ U. C. mid, atoms, nt ton o'rlork A M April Starke Fla
/ 3-4-4t HollclturH for ram,\..I..lnnllt.345t.l.l Ith( | '27. ut thn orilra. of the 't) 0
} The Starke, Fla. nt..till.-ot. of I'u t.llr liiHtrurt, HUP"r.j'I
\f First .>ald county, fit Shirk I"1r 0
) WANTKD,; -CroHH-tle timber. Will --- !) |tonr4l ri'Hi'rvlntc. lh. I
spend-the-day ; 'e J.t": any: find; mill, tdIe 01:20 01:20 01:20 01:28t
I .1It1'r"'I': Of WtM'IKII'ft! H4I.H
at the home use any thing measuring 10 In. _______ I' Hv( order, i-f t the cull Hoard. of '
1 llradford, -------.-.---.. .. .
Pine cypress black gum or Notlr IH hnrehv given, that older' ul iii lli I IrtHt ruction of -- -------

oak.. H. B. Korea Starke Fla. and hy vtrtno of hilL n rtnln II""I 1 1dn ('oiirity' KlorUla IW.. KU'KUTKIt.Hnlrtimri : .
Messrs. nftls l Aid .
'r *o "f fornrlfiHiir r.'nd.'red '.
Hoard of ) .Iollc
3.4.4t'FOR ( of the
lyle Rltch Ilusorobie: hVliruiiry A. /. l( :rl"J.tI one 7. I I.V of :the the I tint ruction. of Itradford County '
Sternberg barred of c'lrruit Court of I hnKtichth KlorlilnIK'Ht l BARBER SHOP
SALK-Genuine strain JudfffH .Iinllclnl the f'lrcnlt uf Florida. .. If If WIOJlNH.1oI'rr..l"ry. tI

spent Plymouth Rock eggs fifteen I" "hlLlI' .
In sod r..r Unl..n t'.unly;
I Jacksonville. ; eggs per setting $1.00; cash r..ry Sltting In favor ot The .Federal (I NI-AI: .> s4rt4iIn I
land Ito ii k ..t ..llImhl" a "., 1
with order. Mrs. L. V. Moore 11..11. rn100la 4,1 Ii nt. uul .!. '!. f .ur1414
See me I Box 137 Starke. Fla. lt. Rule' Cowart I.nw.y National.I"rlL'l
den and field I.o"n A.eoclatlnh.. n rurporat Circuit Court llradford f'ounv Service Satisfaction
I I -- --- ---- .,. Worley lir.. And, n. A. Klorldtt' ,In 'hiine*>ry. ill
BIO PIANO BAUOAIX--The pur. Jr partners oIollOK 1011.1,0" 'I'he Hoard of I'utdle liiMt rijft Ion I
Col. and chaser of this piano on account I the firm name nnl style or II A. : or tho 1 1f County' of 1 llradford: ;: Htata t a
tYurley & Hun And LnwMy State Florida, a body corporate.
returned from I of financial reverses hall been Hank, a eorpornInn. deferiduhts; lhi I V.
they were undersigned will I for xnd' I.:.Mit\, 1' wAitn, .;'1' AI. I
i unable to keep" up payments' and ..ii herore, th" (!,, ; irfl ".e"II.o: : at I IKIRrkr. 1***I'lidant H.lltll i sr rnlzl. FLORIDA

sister Miss : has: turned It back to us. Instrument IIntl fur.l' <'..uny. Fiori..... ; t.. (1..1. '1'Ie I... I'to.Th : I
dale. during IhiI.l'tal hourn ofIly sub, 1 nu .i State' of h'loriilu T. I Is high! grade and In Mommy' .. I I' War) and Murwuret MM wife ._._.._._.__._.._..__.._._._.._ -_._._._._.__._.
good condition. Can sell at April 4h( I 1)27to h If alive, and if dead. tlielr 1111- \ .
Fine and most liberal the hllCh""I and, I hhl.r Ih.rehq k""wn heli, IVHHOH| | |1..1(Hl..eH or ------- -- -- --- ---

sacrifice price on fur rich. 'the r"lI"wl"K 4e. ..rlbesl 11'1"" of IMU h. MFM lt mi HlicInbolhatn MiplHlnt, and I ''' """ '". In "ulliy .. .
ing dyeing C C l ,, ; I: \: : : : :: 7: !::: :: ,7 '
I terms. A rare bargain. buds lying hurl being III ltrnd [ and 1""lI'lnl"'h d 1 ho re In, er t ;.., .
ton. : nddreaa font rounly, /011111.. lOt I"I..rl.I". n ,10" I HT, huHhiind., !'urll, If a live, and, Iflui. ,nurse to .,,10'' )
For full particular' NeriDUon' of whll'h I. ne fallow n. .,t, their: unkti'iwn::; : heir' .dvlH; ** *v' i ifKiitooM I' not known : : CIretr'1AldurtxIrmultanlrounly;:; \ !::: ( !
Ludden" & Bates .Atlanta Ga.FOR la-w ttThe ; ur iciniiiti u t of nn'h.: it .n.. v ">f them. Kl"rl1''
F. A. It. :';.., IIw..I quarter, .r flu. 'rhoman and Mai'y H Thonta |tile) And hn vlua" : Nli. '
nn" 'h" North sire, rnrh If iillv' and If d"tad' t, thlr u
Levy Canova Nnrlh.A.r 1..ert. : : : ; : I h, Ire' at law, for Ciirniilulnunt.
;e Ihrre' .gllart.-re .t the Nnrlhrurtrler in known helrn, drvtcnee; i. gateiNr 'toes,* NIL, *,',.. :: : \ : :; f; :
In Starke of tha .' quarter of .> grunrnex, of uaeh liryant Shear ,, .. .
u iintM tinder
SALK: Tennessee II ick '
-- ::1: : : ; Hlifiirlv ". mrh
Twrnt nv ). Township and i'
tlan I y
death of ::1 I.\ ; l'l.Ilr" : )I I n''K: nod druid l ,
Walnuts and D.iUernutc. dl act it., ,. Mont ..r Jl""IJ" 'l'W..II'V'1 and l If 'lend. unknown
nors.II. i from the mountains of ''lenisue. 'a- one Flvn Fast o rontnhiing ..1.y..IKhl ,rlr.l.<*"1..*.... l.>.icut..*H or ,..r""I..1 i' :,::.I.r.:;| ,,name nunl :, :: : :: ---
I II and I Julia' Hhuwii
I, I n1, M more 1r I..n.11'I.IAN. I. f eu4h T M Shaw b-ir, at .
Better than Kngllsh \ U- I. hlSl I':K. > wire. each If alive, and If .1..1. ,.' /
E. I In 1 heir flrknn'v'n holrn.I dovlHOwM I leg-' KMir> :; :! :: :
: nuts or pecans at half the pr' e. M.4"f.l.1'"\VII..f"\IIi.I Mu..r: "h".ryII lt I er. or' grim lit; p'N. of' eueh Hod I he i iMa.huifc untH urn ,1 i I: I : usrcn: r.\ItS
have moved 1 f..futanf t lo MM '
: I Nothing better for candy' mi'k- "rompHoorn) H..III'Iur LIve .Stork ami Vehlrlenn,4minv having .
house on If ,In, YiHtener, and If not. i i'o
\ / ,
; Ing. If you have no..r oat many 3./1.4-1. ,' IIH cup.'MM.rM Mini ,iiMKltrnr. itrnn- | Court' iinlt'i tn* Look Them Over

Jackson I of them delicious n'lH you \ 1)0:11'1.)0: : I"" "< H nr. leiral, unknown r..l.r..nln.IIv. plulniint'M K. i 'tlifd I rut ( '
I f
church. .should order a fw pounds end! cinch If dive, and If dnnJl loddn. from. ,
-. I vlrtuH i>f a certain decree of heir unknown heir. dev'.<)**H, I to a.l-I I IIU ,uld, I ,,' .. ( Special Touting\
--- "
enjoy a reM feast Large 10.1 h- firnit Court of th* Klirhth ..TtiitIfliI .*M or Kfiinteen, of tah. and Ina I for a erpi.. ':
The \ ('Ir nit. Suite of i Klorlil.i.Hradford inv and nil 'p>*rHotiH havlnv or ,
poiinJ ...Iellher kind or assorts. < old 1 ii" '" Special Touring.
rnunlV In I*hnn<'.-rv. In a "i In i"ml nic, """ ,right' title or Int.THI -
t the Baptist '. I .!. sent prupal I by pi :eel, certain I raime wherein used M..rrln I.. t In the following deM4-rllMd lundi.Ituiiteil ,.:r'I'I n'nl I"",:'-:;:: :; | i ir'IIo.r

with Mrs. n. I : post for $1.00, Add ess I I. F,., I I. romplafnnnf, and Huntin AfWHIrt .t, ping iind belnir. In Urnd-, ,, and | Coupe r
I'Iorldx, to-wit r<" i imeneinw
H WIlU > .1.! Courttv.
end Walter ar ford
4 afternoon at the f'lork of I
''I Felts, Altamenit, Ti n 'i. It"STnAWBEJItllV r""n, whlr'h "Riol "..rr..e was at t Ihn N M: nrnr of the for Uradford .., Touring.
;'. berg urged to I ---- -- .. -- -' mad. sad'r..1 .'ti Ise 21'h .hy "(ivi/1 of HIM "I':'/| of Heetlon. H, Twits 1 mnkliiir' of .
; N"I..r. I"1' ..e appeal 10.1' 1 Ihr 7 It 20 KIIMI. and runnlnirV"Ht Ton I'nnol' liulHvi/ r
: .. I'LNTS: FOH. r"r.1 I h..r 4't hi' 'hll ncerY 1r 111.. I".rnll.I I II I n" IM r..h..1, with .t IMMHOHH. jintl
I .\ Cio; ....) .." l ;; SALE-Now ordering Missionary \ .. I..t.. IIo..k, S. 5. "i'n R, 4117 nr Nmih, l Hi'' boundary' line' on Kant: Hide ofHie to not Nit|INN Id hill than of.17.,7'' ,,
.") < .urb. t h. wuuu LrInR .N .I..r. .. .r Town of Wurd dtv. themerunnlnir
for *.J. ><> at sift lay s from )
strawberry plants from o. C. .
Maid tin to I
t I ... .... ire lOr a v..n.lnn lien f the Month along a of thin order for ilepomliihlo IIHIH! nil
for ] nn".1, In reached on the North Hide
Waller and Bros runners un..r.IK..1 FO".rl..1fa..r ,Junction
.1 In .xI"lf4lrrits will .ell the t..lI"w.In. .uf" nvemi" and tin'ore r..1, "It U thr.
from Judrfonla Ark., beer .....,,1'11..1 real ".'a(. In.WII'( sin... Kant: to I h.* Fri: ..I i lln. of N\V, \ and every of -Turnlpseed Com par J
i 0 planting Waller planta for ser.. I g Those (>f rtain pMres. Darrel| andtracts nf. HR'4' of Section N, Twp 7. 1.1. It it.., d.... ]

We caSTORAGE n charge your HRS eral and have never fount of Inn.*!. vlfuato.. \lying end, t 101'Inor Jfi hn"t to I b. rotii'had. and thein'. I IH hereby:, ru< ;: ; : .. Hole and He. .i .t
years \ In I' ':'ounty.. Klorlfla. N.rih to point of bKlnnnir! eon oinpialnanfM
YES l them mixed with other varieties. and morn partlmjlarlv' dee..*rlhp a. talntnir five a 01 l South ..-half of the Mnulh.aetonequurt.r Ilreetln R' The 'omplntnHnt nnovenamd \ .Aiirll A l I7> !(
the on
I BATTERY InStnith's I !! There Is none better. Few days,I of H.*rllnn 25, the Northnn.half having. pled In thin I Court II.ow..n d. r ho( pu till. : Ave. I'hona 113
ago, I topped some quarts will I nf the Nnrthw..t onuar- bill of Complaint wh..r..ln. | ItallcffftN four. ran+"'" I
r.r, the Honthw on.-uartr I of that thf.r** are p*>rnonn In- ford County Ol1lnoMvllle. .'1.&.
nine berries. Price $2.60 pe r the S..rth..t une*quurlrr and t the t.r ntd 'In or having or claiming to ni wmpt| r h !
thousand f.o b. Judnonla., Ark. I'Northwest on."arter' ..r the r.oumsant have .an Intercut 'In and to th. rent : lion, and: ; ; ; l> : I
S Stark a on."lu"rl..r| of Section 31, all *Mat Involved In the fiald null h*.r.. 1 County. )' ) v
I Cash with order. J. II. Moore. In Township .6 Honth, hangs 19! Kant, lnabov dnn'TlhAd. whown name. '.1"1' a decree
Garage Lawtey, Fla.1.21.8t3.11 and containing 34'' acre more or I aK". and, whnrvalioiitu. pout of lie" l atralnnt : '
Fla. I....: addr.HHii and platen of roHldAnr/ WltnHHH ; I (
HaleS al* will b* bId during the, are r..Mp..ctlv ly unknown to ...101 l this Court / ,,'


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WHAT COXCKIlSiS1'KNXKY: : the Institute. Mr. Penney's evident <<> .. <$> .. <<> $> <$> to Corinth church Sunday evening Winter Haven.-Building per

: : I'AHMSI desire Is to educate practical und renedered a very Interesting mits Issued here during January-

I Farmers & Farming I Penney Farms, located near farmers"theorectlcal"rather farmers.than "fancy" or BROOKER program. The lesson for the evening totaled 3400.

; '!'Oroen Cove SprlnsH In Clay county. Just a single Illustration of whli-h was God'B School, was -

: Florida, in a business proposition discussed very fully. A large I'lnellllll.-c.all: No. 17 tbrojghItlllsboroush
I'enney Farms In operation. The <$t <$t < ) -i> <$t. ,.
( lly AKi'lculluriil. Killtor: ) I I first, of nil. Neither the first extensive operation now will crowd attended this service alldenjo'ed : county from Polk t >>>

executives, from Mr.\ Penney 011nl"g under way Is the getting through Mr. and Mrs. Lnnnle l\Iurlall It much. Pinellas to be cor.dtruc.ted.CAKES'WINRENOWN: .
., the linG of his associates, und children of Waldo were litre
I survey by experts of acculata -
. nni" any of those who are engaged knowledge of what the noliif Sunday afternoon vlslllng. Mr. and .._ __.._--.._-_.. .. --....
/ FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I In tin- actualwork of farming on ( that 120,000-acre tract consists Mm. J. J, MorKim.Mr. .

. ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Penney Farms are concerned very of, just as the maker of und Mrs.. It. W. Itruiinen. FOR] I

1 TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY nun'h about farming theories or bricks, or the maker of tUecl. for of Daytona, spent the week-cud I :; -

J with the so-called problems that Instance wants to know positively here an I'WIIIII of Mr. and( :Mrs. II' I\\. WOMAN <*

::' JI .continually present themselves to tho character of the material It is Calney.MlnsPB KENTUCKY ,

nucls orrKit. : i" I.OKIDVr.titMKits I \'il; DltlNAItlNS; 11(11.l( ''farmers, nor aro any of them look- proposed to put Into bricks nnd I Lubedla PlnltolHter Jo- .__...____..__ __.._u------- ... .._ __ ._
.\ "0. 1'\1. .MKI-rilMl: : ATACiiiit I ling: to Washington for legislation n
: A rii.MI: : TO Into steel rejecting that which, I Heplilne CliUHHor nnil Mr. J.V.. L. '
'11/11 itAi I. < '01.1.1'(1; ; i I.: Ipeitalnlng to farm operations. I 11'lnhuUter III-.X:- :Mrs.. J. T. I.all of Paris.,
motored to (:!iilnenvilleSaturday.
MAM: MOM-I: : IN: ii'-: I in not exadly v> hat is required, but
I Hut the Penney Forms People useful, perhaps for uomo other [ K\ .. Inherited, 1 recipes for nut
every Individual of them and collectively
( lly Spuds JohiiHon) Galnesvlllo, }o'l a.--Dr. Thomas nro mightily/; and conitlauously : purpose' us ascertained. and consequently I| ItoHBle Colnon and MIHHPK 1.01I1He I .1 1 'trull i.iKos from her mother

A well known humoroiiH author J. MahalTcy. of Jncksonvllln: was concerned with \. so used. In much tlio Caraway and Jewel Johnson11110i l II In Ohio ninnv years. ago she

hUM llladO tUlllOllti the eXplOHHloil, ,ro-olected. president. of the .Florida, : tli'iil farming from knowing pruc-Intimately same manner, Penney J Farms. education i torvd to Luke Duller Saturday ',,'L 1,1I0hho was going,: toko
State Association tit Its begins-truly, "from the I morning. They were urcomiiunit'd -
Veterinary I .
." to llcUlo
"I'lKH It I'lK" The expivwulon every foot of the 1 soil on cnke which were
annual meeting at the ColleKO of ground 1 up." Consequently. the home by Miss 1.'I'ee)1111.. who
"rign mean money, HhouM boromu those 120,000 fu'r"M. that constitute, of Mary: Plckford.Hut .
Other knowledge thus secured Hpeiit the week-end here t
.. furmerH AKI-II ultiiro last week. of- the / enables ns Kuv
famous to Florida ( Penney Farms tract and
fleers ,re-elected were Dr. F. fl. the learning the "' 1'1"ceInrI the lot Mr. and l\IrH. Cl. JI. Colsoii. that's what happened.!
I'nlU-il. blaten J with detail
thin year. Thu uparlment every of businesslike .
of AKHcnlliiru has 11 l 1-, Martin, Lakeland, vice-president; :operation' by whUh those acresnun' practice of the Business, of agriculture Mrs, Olga 1'revntt, of Valilouta. And t Ifid.iy folk down In ParisT

Biied. 1 u report, on Urn, agriculturaloutlook lir. A. L. Shenley Gainesville, HOCretary. | bo made to produce the imixl- with leust. of danger of ( a., spenl the week-end here asKiient quite proud! of Mrs. I.all be-
lir. Sl1I'al..y Is veterliuir-. i Failure Insofar us use of the noil of her parents :Mr. and Mrs.r. moUo ntnrs are ordering
and thajiroHpfilH
I'Ihu I year IIIn.: ] mum of (crops of products that .i IRO
Ian to the experiment .station und ; Is concerned. This name "find- J. !Mott.Mrs. .
for iiiiiMl rropH aro not marketable, mid that may beof kes from her.
was ono of 1 the hosts ut last week'smeeting. 1'11'1' lug out" method to be seen running Jiuadie Conerley of Okootliobee -
uny loo bright., However, tlio |)' ''''' and ho made to yield I .
/ x ] through the entire educational fume Saturday to spend u Slurs on I.ltrofildcs
outlook indicates Unit prlit'H' fur nil of possible profit to the Individual
hog tdiould hold up well duiliiKI Milk 111"1'11011.' t food Inspection (, producers on the farms work of the institute from fuw clays with homefolkg. Mnry. !X< 1-1rul'
'ull"I"'UIIIH'" lu livestock tick start to finish. Is It practical" ? I Cecil HafiiH of jiiimpton. was
und fair llnrolil Lloyd! i >
he jear.Jiint' perhaps Homo percentage : ",
eradication" contagions abortion Will It make better farmers? Will 'a business visitor. here SlItllrduy.llr .
of profit to the projectors nnd IIiinminl also :Mrs. L.I.I msim -
Florida farnu-rs urecusliiiK ore on -
now ln cuttle hog/ cholera, nnd other backers of ths It remilt in better farming being : and Mrs. II!, W. Hazen spenl( :
todo vast agricultural
around" for HoinetliiiiK veterinary. problems were discuss done by these graduates than by Saturday in Wllllston attending, r llbt.
Huiiiu rop on whlrh hey can I ed. Among thosn talcing part on enterprise.Kven those who have not the knowledge to business.Mrs. It lias been more than 15 years ,

nuiUo Homo money thin )'''lIr. Con- lh,,, program were Dr. J. O. Fish, at that, profit for the corporate and the practical training such ustlie : M. [0'. Hazen uiiu Miss nca Mrs. Kail's cakes started to

IIld"11i1the/; outlook "report and I[Jacksonville; Dr. J. W. Wells' owners of Penney Farms", Penney-Uwlnn Institute gives? Annie Lee Tldlln, of llanthnine in ic"*( other fui-tora. It ,HeuniH to mo they II IImllhl Is least In the minds, of Mr. Penney Let J
and'grow West Palm Tleach ; Ir. II. V. I ordinary Intelligence!;! be In were here Saturday visiting burst' into the limelight they
I well rulHu HOIIIU liogB und his associates. Demonstration icy
) Dr. F. K. Wilson, the all..wer.The .
Porter Quincy; friends und relatives.Mlsrf >' \
and for that >o.imo famous In a hurry; and >
HOIIIO corn peunula proving practical .. .
Iiol.aiul ; Dr. A. P. Abbott Live business. world as In the Charlie Ivey, of Waldo, P ,:?< t
business on a
tho Is doing
harveHt w /
Is }
IIOK food. Thu lioKH ( an farming possible l and that practical '".'< ,
Oalt ; Dr. A. L. Sheulcy. common designation [ was victim at the home of Mr.'and .
constantly /? scale. Hut every order Is .. '
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their own feed ut little ..Hl. farming assures more than a rso ; ;
Tim sessions" wore held February "ml ro living" to practical farmers In finding out and Htudylng, every Mrs. L. U. Gafney Sunday af lied! l-y: cnKes nindo with her own

Two llttprs of plK< a your can' ', 21 and, 22. U. the one IhliiK In the minds dutall and principle enterelng Into ternoon.Mr. luIJ., / '
lie ral"ed" and 1 tho lii'Ht timo toliavo ---.----- --- und applicable to successful business and Mrs. W. C. Matthpws, Ships Plstnncp: '*' n .
of all concerned. Also, be it
remembered <
tlicHO intern fuirowed, In In FA KM; IVCOMK: : DltOP.SIn that I'enney Farms Is la It less Important for the of Gainesville, were. guests of Mr. Whilo, bho Is an expert In nil II t.!.! .. .,v",,,,"

the KprliiK/ and \In the fallApril not n land selling proposition In great, farming Industry, greutext and Mrs.. G. II. Colson Sunday uf- .aos of cuke-making. Mrs. Lull .. : "
and September. Tlieno two the years", 1909-1013, before und most necessury of all the industries ternonn.Mr. >c-clali/.cs lu black fruit and pe-' ">., .
I any nenso of tho word. Oh, yes,
inontliH un. nlBii Kooil mien for I tlio great war the income of 'the farms will bi, sold--.-20-ncre farms I In the world to gel the and Mrs. IJ. F. lliueii. nnd 11lIut cakes because they can

HollliiK! tilx inontliB old, HhoiilH as agricultural Industrywhich represented but only to thone who I knowledge and the education here ,children of G lnesville, spent 9 nlilpped! Ions distances.1 ShoVelves ..
prli'OH aro initially hlJlwHt thon.Kvery the labor of one-fourth of prove : 'Indicated" und so convliu'Ingly being Sunday here us guests of the former's : many orders!< consistently. .
tln-lr farmers
ability an or their
: 1 plK furrowed' Ililx Hprlninhonld < I the workers and I the use of .>uP- willingness to become farmers demonstrated in the Peniieyjwlnu. mother Mrs. U. W. Hn"en.Mrs. loin Hollywood.l New York Heiclt .

h" ralHf-d. Prcrnntlonnxhnuld lift h of the capital wealth of the real, farmers and not make-believe ( farming enterprise. which : S. S. Howling and little Cleveland and other cities. ,)
In- taken to prevent them ( ountry -II 111011 II Ie" to one-nlxth combines agricultural knowledge danithtpr, Nettle, are Bpendlnff sev- ,.nd between times she makesakcs i'I
tillers of the soil.
from /gettliiB/ numbed, to death by of the national I Income. These In the with practical work und experience nil days In TallahasHc-e as guests for folk in. Paris nnd! I
development of a great
tho HOW, or from porlnhlnR: from proportions were maintained with on the farms. ? The answer of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Stroman. ;
enterprise such as Is the Penney her "labiratory.
hotel Is -
other ('n IIH"II. Then the plRBuhould / slight annual variations through' that Mr. I'enney makes to this The Windsor
be well cared for nud inado IltUl! !>. In 1920 the Income of the Faims" proposition ,or In providing question. Is In what he Is do'ing I O. .1.. Mott motored to Waldo ." The hotel Is 118 jearsild \ "
tlio which sudi
means by development and Is situated on the Zanes.Ille
to /KI'OW" fa t.IoHI! economical iiKi-loiillnral; Industry fell below I! on and with Penney Farms.U Saturday afternoon.
Is made road
: practically possible : O.-Florence AU ,
gains are inn do when tlin !>lur IHyounit. ne-Bevenlh of the national Income. there" must bo 111 the mind of must be evident to careful H. M. (;Salney was among friends ,vhlch was built when Andrew, Mary" ritKfoiil nml11'8; J. X
and the Mhont Hboiild 1 ba Tlio improvement In agriculture observers that from henceforth in Waldo Sunday nfterlloon.I .. -..
Dm definite .
projector some purpose1 Jackson: was president. ,'
ready for market at Hlx months of has brought the Income as Is tho dissemination of there must be tho most uud the I The Hrooker II. Y. P. U. went ,
for farmers. for tlio last two .
a/e./ best of
practical education
knowledge the giving/ of Instruction : applied
Hound. worniH nro troublesomoeHtH three years up to about one-tenth the primary mid practically to the work of farming, of agriculture. l "" "" "" "" Q "" "" g"" "" ""
nf plKH. Tho plRH Rliouldlipvrr of thn national: Income, Thin Is tho only purpose of those ./holuillil If you please otherwise I "

")o allowed to bncoino Inft'Btc the situation at the root of the or endow colleges and unl- the great farming Industry must

Rive tho now a good ucrnbbliiK asks only what Is fair and a return I that can not be relieved or
having ascertained >vliatIs
for his labor nnd that
capital cured by the is Never Tied
al lover wltb Boap and' warm will make It wortli his while to Is tho mind of Mr. Penney it political "snak'e panaceas offered" by Money
water u few dayn before" 8ho IH tofarrow continue in the business of farming. la fair to assume that with reference doctors. Farming

nnd JiiHt lieforo HIO! In put .--Henlck W. Dutilap, Assistant to Penney Farms ho desires education, of the most thorough
into a clean furrowing pen. After of Agriculture.fill to put farming on more of n and practical tluuucter, will
the plRH few old Secretary do more than anything else. in the
; are a dnyn practical basis than as yet has
and BtroiiR enough to Im moved -- been established. To do this herealises world\ to put farming "on I Its In ASatsuma

they and the HOW should be lianled PS' that knowledge of agriculture fuel" und. assist In making agriculture

(not driven) toI clean' pasture first of all Is absolutely the great und successfulIndusttry I
Take care" of the uprlng pigs.They .
preferably a legume paxtnre. necessary for tliono now are to that It doserves und
which hay not had IIORH on It ulnco, are going to he worth mon Jiecomo successful farmers. oiiKt to bo.Mr. II

It wan cultivated. Keep tb. plKon / < ey. Hence Mr. Penney und Mr.Cwlnn Penney and bis associates, Grove

thin clean pii'itnro until they have established. on the realizing I this us' well as the constantly i
The oullook for hogs la fairlygood
aro nt leant four months 01<1. After Penney "Farms whitt Is known us growing demand for food 1
this for other
they reach thin IIJ1P; they nro many the J. C. Peniieyvlnn Instltiiuteof from the farms nro proceeding
Is not good or Is bad.
not HO Hiihjei t to ho troubled bywornm. crops very Applied Agriculture which now ti> build the good und Btrong foundation Money invested in Satsuma

Household accounts provide apermanent la in Its first year of operation, itscorps on which must bo established : ] NO FKOST DAMAGE; TO SAT U. groves will earn good dividends. I
If It U doHlred to move tho plKBto of instructors the best that tho agriculture. of the future. :
word of what Is I
a frPHh" pasture" they xhould Imhauled. spent and act as a guide for thofuture. can be secured mid its students This> they are doing as successful MAS AT" (;LEN SAINT Ordinary land, plus a small; a- I

After 'hey aro four selected with great care from numerous business men striving to mount of labor and fertilizer are I

month* old, however, they may bo ", applicants for admission Klveu their help, generously: and MAKY the essential
: requirements to
put on permanent paxturo' and Lucky Is tho farmer who has from many states In the I'nlon practically lu behalf of a cause produce

with other plus. these students lecelvlng Instruction that Is so entirely worthy, as. well i handsome profits.
good timber which beHold
Homo can
--.--. -- ... by professors. by study of us so evidently of great benefit to Our Satsunias came through the .
In times of poor prices for
1\1 IS.ltlOII; N .tlM'OIVTKO: i other farm crops.Iloll hooks and by actual work on the all tlio people everywhere, for by i January cold spell without injury A Satsuma grove I has an actual I

F.ollll11..\IKSI \.V I-'Olt I farms the last named being In the food men must live; and by farming market value the minute the trees
,) IIOMI; m It'H1; JoI.T: : nature of "applied( agriculture" this lood Is to be provided und we are able to take care of all I
weevils di not eat
> poison
: are planted but wise hold
i Hint later will be continued. Inuppllcuton or not ut all, or so sparingly that men iI

Talluhasseo, Fla.. --In un effort I I Ito mixtures as containing readily as bltickHtrupmolanKoH they do I by the graduates of some must starve.--Times-Union. I orders with our usual promptness their investments for the greater 1

1 secure a representatlvo'' uttendancu | mixtures containing higher/ grades, --- I r and high quality stock profits that are bound to come f

from, Florid.i at nn-i'tlnn of of pyrtip.Crotnlarln. 01
the Am"I'kuIIIIQI1IO KcoiininltM Write or wire for prices on your a grove of bearing trees.

social Ion. Miss Virginia 1'. \ ( AH.// a legume Introduced requirements.
assistant stale home ,1"1111>1181! into Florida In "recent years has j RETURN FROM

tion agent, has boon appointed to ho mlld
proved a 8plt> Bummer
chairman of publicity for Floildn cover crop for citrus. groves. 'Seed $ OO.OO TO $1,000.00 PER ACRE

The annual meeting of Ihe association .should bn sowed In spring or. enrlysummer.

N. C., will June lie:20-21.! held 1 nt IntercHlIngprograms Ashevllle. The sales from one 7 1 12 acre grove of which a record has

have been uiriingod'' / for Tlio velvet benn. u very valuable, I been kept were $32,500.00 above transportation and selling
cadi day. comfurtalde. lllUlI.t"I'huve | li-mim'noii"' forage crop for the [J

been hHeuivd and flileitainment South was developed largely us expenses during a 1 5-year period, but there are records
provided for.., u result of tests conducted by tlio I II II Ia Ii many I

Through I tho eiTorts of Mrs Florid.i Kxperlment: Station 25!!i of Satsumas returning as high as $1,200.00 and even $1-
Jane S. M<' North Carolina and ::1U years ago.An :H
State home domonstratlonpitent I 800.00 per acre in a single year.

and chairman of th" commltt"e npplUatlon of 100 pounds'

on loial nrriniKempiiN. the .a.'ill phosphate, 50 potinils nitrate

civic nrgunlatlons/ of A'lhovllle ami of soda, and 25 pound* of potash, The Satsuma Is Adapted To Northern I
the organization* of women over" mixed II nil given good results. with

the state have hugua to. take aK pastures in tests conducted by the

">en Interest in the meeting and Florida' lOxpcrlment: Station. I And Western Florida

are helping every posnlblo way i .
wl'.h arrangements./; An ntteiid.ince The paper Industry" Is to ln developed I

of 1.300 Is vxpeded.Through !. In Alaska.. The Forest Nowhere else can they be grown more cheaply and they will
the coiirtesy of :Mrs.K. Service. of the United 1 States. Department _0 yield more clear
:. K, McKee president of the of Agriculture Is. asking. ; profit per acre than any other crop the land will

North; Carolina Federation of for bids on two lots of pulpwood Endowed withiixceptional produce. We ourselves are planting them extensively and various

Wometr'H. Clubs l. who liven In the In Alaska, each of live billion officers of our company are planting individual What
enrby town of Sylva a trip by board feet. The contract for tnioh I round has groves.
auto about the city and Its environs lot calU 1 for the establishment of orange done toward the development of South Florida,

will be tendered the visiting a paper mill.When Comfort the Satsuma will do in the Northern and Western parts of the

/ delegates. Other courtesl.tsnnd -- .... -.-- i State. Our booklet,
privileges/ will he arranged liv an Individual makes

the committees having/ this> mat .clmngi-x In his business. to meet Buick design cares for comfort in :
ter In charge. changing! conditions and npeiuls your many THE SATSUMA

..---..-.- -. - money for better service to Ills different wa}'s. ORANGE
A .score of people dead and uxtomers and can nho\v them I .

millionof dollars worth of damage whore be haH spent tho money for Correct, balance; scientific cushion design Glen Saint Mary Nura.Co. sums up our nearly forty years experience
from the reci-nt! storm In tin- Jiolr benefit his l customers. will I I with this fruit tells how
cantilever ; to
protect trees
northeast makes the folks In Florida 'mve no hesitancy In granting him rear springs, 5-bearing-stirface ,

feel that any bin Hlormx In better[ prices.. Tills rule holds steering gear, an engine librationlcss bejoml II Glen from cold, how to cultivate and fertilize;

Florida In the winter time which good for Florida farmers' for Florida [ Saint Mary, Fla., gives reports of growers and shows why the

makes It safe for the visitors. even business men and for ..Florid belief-all these Buick advantages; Satsuma is bound to be
profitable for
those from California. orporatlons. years
I mean superior riding ease. I Please send me copy of I to come. Mail the coupon. l.I l.-

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COUNTY HAPPENINGS Miss: Grtl Johnson of Graham I

1- pent" Sunday here m ',th her ...01I IIt. ,, Tamesc'km

:Mrs S L. Pr.fwcitt ..I -I '

Y AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS lH>nt forget ..>> at ["' ..... wk..>:-C": =..i: ..a.L .

" ''I neat Saturday and Sunday K....,. Iwr .. ( T..c e. '

I ,,, ,"'","""""/__"''Hi"n"mutt' *''in'''iimnmifflinjflitnBitnTiri. '' _' ,_, '' ,!!,!_!!!!',<,i, IIII i ..!lalIoWiui'!!!.!!, _.:""I U' _ryA11r.1y nqy : |Maly| In tnvltpil .M..-,.. foil 5 .d...s. ... .. ,

<> 46e 9 9 $ $> 9 $> 3"I 4' 'f tT f' 5' t' .. p 0 111,1.1-IUI'uU-:- rv-I |-o\" ...14........a.-- "of-..w w tai .. Pi.iL .. .... ... I.

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Bison li.rfcl. wiali-iha .......... .., a. \. ta..w. ; :::::J:1f!" ..w .
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4 .liuncen In r..<'.<)-f_r ,_.... .... j
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Lust Thursday evening February :Mrs V. I,. :Mark of Metro Property. taliilisted *-.. ... n....... r wore.van.. .. r

j 2Hh u nutty was given at spent,' 'lliursclay.. hero the guest of by tinla* ....>.... /a. .. .... ..-" -. ... ..... .m

Hampton lleiich hy the young 1)(>0- :MrsII. \Minherly und family! from /111.111 ?.1 Mi ...4.. .4 __.... ..... -. .. .. F ,

pie In honor of :Miss U'Juno Ad- :Mrs Clara OMeeu and :Mrs N. ISO to |7!L...44 ft>" M tall ar. ... is skid. .., a a '..

klns. who halt recently mmcd to Prescott tif Jacksonville visited ....din* to In. biennial ....... .. ;.1. a C; w' a. y

our town. relatives here several clays last l Comptroller Anwwvrtat ...d t. .. .- .IS'.4 V -
w. ..--- .. t
Many interesting games \\iru week The .-. d .aill/lliaa e1 NM ."- .
played und welucMR buns and told! I Mr: und 1 Mrs: n..o.! tMtliiKiT la tll4ll! : WB* ..*.14 7 tf ......... .-f a.4" *. ,
........ ....., ;:., ......" M Ma
5 drink worn served IIhlllII.lnth'thl'oughout I mill baby left I Monday: for their and In I*!:!* II. warn MU Mt .t. U.aM5.a. .. a

the evening. home nt Hiijtonii Item utter That of |.......>aal .pmaort 1.creased T=.aa.a p .-C: 5.I
I .<.... .. .
/ Mis V it. Wheeler! li.ipenmoil spending awhile linn with hvrpiiientM from f:S.. I" 4.* Ml IMrIn .. m.t.. .i Ik I .4
who Mr mid, Mrs: It. I 11) I'r-! f9S.:29" MIl.... that of ... ...k t ala.e.O Yf.w
the following enjoyed
I this ., ..
I Igl'eat
and I colt ro'iiln end .....-.....* r alaasw .yt ..A .
ji.I wonderful otciiiinir: I 1"1." rd91t.
1IIS81'8'lIma Strawberry shipments arc movIng from lit.1 till ll to .4..It* .MItrallir ... ,. "
flay. May: .JuntlI.
z Wilma Alexander, Helm Maxwell, : lowly from bore and the V.!_ Illchrr.I ../n...SI.gat. ...... a w 'r.

IU4 Jessie Williams, Kathryn Wcost, growers arc expecting a heavyI I tea I r.tate valiwe la..w.i.d ,.:. aji '" ra r .
I in'reuse In another week or two e...- year fur. tkw. tw..ty ... :> *. a a s a.*-. a a
Ruth Williams O'JuiiH ;
Adkins.J J a ;
Gertrude Wynn and, Annie May Planting I Irish potatoes. wu. delayed rears. nhiion In llirrMirt .. .-.......... .N- .==== a... .. ;;...... ,
I'rrnonalhowvvrr ..... .... ....... a'M M. Ma .J A 1 .. "
l Wheeler; Messrs Albert Reese. l lust week on a<'c-ouut of |$1 h.' .w .5.. A '...4 4a.M
k Willie heavy ruins hut the* farmers hope Jix-r-i. -..>.l ......... is '- .. .., ....... .... ,..... a
Maxwell Rosen May. Wild :
nil' 1921. 193% .... late. r ...... -
to finish this week.Mr. .. .:
bur DenlHon.Jr.! Shaffer, Calhoun up **
ItH and 1.J1. *.1__ I is r._..'1 ifcw
u' S. W. J. Duugherty. Charlie and :Mr*. Max\ Carter fMaxtllle. w. OT *<..
and telriranh.ell "a |.. a ..... .NMe .r oar __> f
""U Hall, "Vivliin Saxon. "'IIKollhy.\ : : : were visitors here Sutunlay. .k. _- *. .
drgrw. _"". .le IM ......1 ....... .'Vfk -l-- 9--**. *
John L. Wheeler) und CJeorge/ Wl! .. .. .. .
lion. there wan a il__ <*4 INN : a
Hams Mr. and :'Irs.o..IHOn.: T. flrrvu: j !If"T "*: .j.. :- .. .
her rut 'in ttll 'V I s. '
Miss Dora Johnson spent! th. of Starke spent Sunday here with Heal, e stale vats.. larraamil Ml :;, ... ._ .. .. .. mw tIt .... -. : Ifn ,
weekend with her uncle, :Mr 1'1111'Johnson. relatives.' | BVi ......r.*.i "' i f/1'If' ....* .
all but .l< t-'iuntiMi hr/seaw. !*.1 .t>.i. ... MMk flaw .' f .... j.. ".
of Kalford.Mri. S. J. Sturllnn cud J. A. Star-. and 1921. tl<. lr..>.li..'. rmJfr l..f" ;,..

Jobn Dyal of Tom pa.! Is Hug were visitors to Ju,'ksouvtllw I".rt ..I....... 1'atkoaa. rra.lYa w r *. .r....< ..*> ..."" f .

spending this week with her Friday. *.r"'nand Munr11. lNwwbslw. rr -- w
Ir mother Mrs. T. J. DuriUii. Claude Murdauidi of Tampa. fnlnn d... .,....| ...>wMIl ti s.dar ..... .. 1 .
hose Ada Nlmmo. was transacting I \ ,..n.,1, I II. \Vlinberly\ and family l l..r..n..1 l |>ru|>vrly. Kil .......>.. t''". -.*.41S. ) #:! "". ;; I I ((3

business in Starke tbl* week. Tuesday.Mrs. .<*. line wan ni..r*> ,......... Mi Ilk.dsrrraw. "' ale --r C't. : .. 1

Our public school Is progressing :, I Kate Ferris, :Mm N. T a. In rslingdum ssd Soda.graphs. ,..p1. Y'w e..rl. -" .

very ulcely tills term under the Green Mrs. U. \Vlnilieily.. Mrst'Ila ,\It.. hn.. ('...... /'ard- "".". .-..... ...... ........ .. ..- 'J' : ; "

able management! of Prof. C. T I : Luhtey Bud :Mini llethVlm- lin. liulf. II.......... ....'/s/.a. awl. "Nrr a ........* .... -

trfiwhorne as principal: Miss Dora I IK'rly! mnilo a very enjoyable) trip Lltwrty shawpd ..... ..- .. -1 : :/ .: 'ra. IT 4

Johnson 11 rut assistant and Misses to Hawthorne TuesdayU "11.1.. toasty'. real ...... tai 1 1.r 545 .. .... aC e. '

Gertrude und Claudia Woodhum I'. firlllU 11I11.I visitor to lies More. ihm. MwMwl ....._ 51 H.

in cluir' the pilmary. (eiiiit-: Staike Sunday. IS'S .(
moot Mrs. 11. Wlmberly and Miss the valuation. f"rIIHt 1.,1....... HlI ra{" 1 tows/... r ,. rJI::

'Ml. I IUtli Wlmbi-ily were* visitors. to I ;... an Avery IIHOII. of Jn< ksvllli '>u . .. .. ....' -... .
St.irUe $Suluril.i i..2a I : 11111.. .- .. r. ...* %aaMM
?, was u visitor here List Sun ...... .y. .t a .. I
} day r.( G!. Starr of Jarksotlrllle, was nnd In the tiMirttla. .4 .-- sari YAa. Al' ta.a. .. w :

a huslneRMlHltor. here Monday VHhialloii. for |1'12. .It fc .aT Sal: O-- ft mi* r4 a .. .
Frank and !
Herman Hare1'! /and Q... ... >. f ** .
families of Jacksonville have recently :Mt'Hxrs \\'ehh. Green; unit Click :Jan; un.l liuval mum ttMnl.l w.ra61. *.. (-. .E:1" -.. 414 ,4 -.e ,r.,,.... saea
.. e.,. a .. ---- armaw .. .
of Jack / :2Y.Tk::
UII'8111..11 out
been the guests of :Mr and Iruvellng ,t. .. r 4i .-0..1 aY.- : .
Mrs. M\ t. Watterson. sonvllle were transacting; biiHlneHi. l Dalai county .U-.| tfc'* .ek.r 19. a.IOr' .....>.I.a Iwp a: ... PP.
here last week. ruuntirs lit th. .i.l. laj Mvuln ". ...M U... t ....... : .I..r... H 4h }: .
I **
Mrs. W. Wesley and n..,ther .< r.. jjk : p1; .
I. Mrs. Kate Sparkman of Wnldo Mr. and Mrs. J. II. llurimeil. of .. of p-rMiital' t>.r*>tMrl* !_ _.....a .** ,'taaM **' ,. y
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the Dlnsmore have purchased. the 1941:! with |l...*il.ata .IHMahorouch i.- .af !_! <, aami'i *J !! .
of Mrs.
were guests Wesley's .. rtMM..".. .. ". ',*_ -
: cousin Mrs. A. A. McDonald Parker thicket farm and have .aaTW_. wile .1.- 'M ..fc M*..' IIM.a". and lh. ... It.U...*.. :::: 4NM> ""-* rr .
will -
moved here to re..lllo'l l They
F'! The Hampton !Ilaptlst Sunday :.:::* ..-. .c. .. Ir.. a..a .,
school Is progressing very nicely continue to operate the poultry third. ... .-. Isp..a s..n.'.... -, ....
under the able management of Dr. business. In the It!< valava ......l ...Mirnllrnad ..... ... -..... .... IW+.

R. M. Faver as superintendent 1I.> W Parker left Sunday morning and lolevra. ....... Ural .--r": ::: .:aaad 5$ a. i e. '

for Sun Delgo California to county again !I..
eighty-one.Theattendance An last additional Sunday I room was visit his sons, Howard and 1I.! *... Dili ; 'HlllHhornaah. '1..'1... 4. ...Ida..y-... -Mr .Maa.fa11r-' w.....r... ... ,; l .
,... .1"- : ::=:
built Parker. wan .n.l. and PnU. ...-
is being for better accommodations ..- :=... r.. Na1.M.5. '
for the Sunday! school pupils .. .. .. .. J .-.. -.-. -.. .. .4 ,, 344. aiM.,4 sae. ..... un, ""'". 5 Oak. Three. ............ ..... ..hi.s.a.w .... ..
Dr. Biggs of Starke was a .... 1..ra I- a.rle .
pro In*: constructed at I ho hvSlaa .-" u

fessional visitor here thla week. 4 ZIFF 40 Horn sod Orphaaaa. al l***.hat .-..-.. .. .. +. 1

Park. on Mu. .aaa* Hlvr a.., _. .... .
Strawberries are now being .I .......... .a aw.prN

", shipped from the Plant City section . > hereIn pNlsaM. -- _... ... .-.. t .r. na N

.-1: and U is the height of the held atto"k\ I .It.... et : "'"
Services were
-: with this luscious fruit being /M.e>. ..r h
:; season church here Saturday and Sundayby .'In..," < .?(r. nra y shipped to all parts of the I YloldUI lit r-h....rr. ::l 11 1111.RC'1I
the pastor. Elder Hho /d';! country. A moving picture Is being M... Emma Ilirliar, a widow.I'umplalnaal "
Macclenny. datlf.St ....A ... _rr ll4lt far ,
taken of the berries In the I I a... ....... ..... ... goS..rse 1m5 .. aAa..WiWI ..
and ,
!Mr und !II 1'''. \It II. Tlmina .. ....... .. cif : : w
; field and the methods of raising i I(I I w. ... I'r..r': .. ...rlll'/ .1 Iwa4- ... \ e -
daughter. Hazel spent Wednesday f.r.| 1'.un'r. .. ;.....t.. tM .5 01 ... r .. .-%* .e x-* .a. *
and shipping them at a tlmo when I I her mother. /*.-'.. not..r 'et ..... ........ :: fwrttf .. :: > '..f "alb.r..a *. 4IT
the northern part of the country Is at Fairbanks. with of 11' Kft : Ynri..r.w.k. ........... ... s.-.a ..,. -.."..>
{II Mrs l:. 1 Howard Si"! ..'-. Iwo. < "..- .>.,' a- *' II ULI t1M L'I I
under snow. II.t.nA.NI.Y.rnM.r..5. ,..t.d.d .. .... .* r
--.--- Mr. an,1Irll.! T. l 11. !lIyal and ......... ._ 5.55.4 ....- w. r.. a ..-- M
The Florida Times-Union In an children spent Sunday lit Graham: M....'. .,..--.. .. .... .. ....4 -
( :Mr and Th' ara' .., t 'l..rl. T.. K $rr.w hill ....r Iapa .. .. -. f4NlS'm .... ""
able editorial about the wonderful with Mr. Ural's parents .
tmtilt O.-n sod >lMrl'mi ..> L .... .. d w1 4'
avocado pear says that! Culifornli !Mrs. O. "/. n>alWe 1' 1 I. 1,111-I :.-:: : .&= ........... .>. iII .. ... -Jt ., .. t1lf/ I ,
th. 1 1 .H h t.-' w .
i.\ r..r. .P.-
wants! the name to be as !avocadonnd I I .. are glad to report that Mr. I.. "IJH .. -.. "- r .... ....... .. ... .. .. 'II. .- '... a
not as the "alligator pear" J. ,. Lewis Is showing lmiromerit. | \ ,i.r I.. h I. ii........ n ..aa w .a 4 ,
b I, I' '11.11' I. Tu111.| ...... .. w. 5. H-. ... ..... at a
r which it Is called In Florida The ..r ih. .b'.1 i-i .. ... *h. .....%. 1v. ... .y a .a a-I-.
Times-Union says! that under any I I Misses Opal and Lula Mat: andL. H in.kt,.. ATM cad 11,.' ihv ar> Mk. t* ..a-p..r.- \. ._ .-t ... O' a. /
ID O. Lewis spent Sunday ..11.1 I t.,-r lh.. .eat'f fw-nf. ..... .ill 1 '4M[ ... i*.-.... .... ... airMMr ..
name! the alligator pear just IK ,Ih. ref.'r. ",......| >hat rllmum gal5 .t...... .awe .iM --..
about the best there Is III the way Monday with their sister. :Mrs I IIW. rrar. >k H l_.i> >.4 .. a.r..rd -...... pMrS a.. a.srd ""'lP M
of something to eat and that Dyal of Graham seitlonMrs. I h.u, 1. I I. Tultlr-! t..e .,<( ... h .1tun A. .. .ttad a. 0- .....- : M art
urihT.l. .. ........ lay awlS l.r.t P-.ta..w.
Florida has the edge on raising I I : Will Warren mxl little iii...ii. .Iwr..r.r r....|i ........ Mewl ..:'-; :.e I. .: wu to :. :;':' : _...... 11..*INL'111r1. Sera
I them and we call also tell the daughter ipent last week at .'..u... ..l th. .'..Irrt. l|.>.n> >. $. .*.... .....M ... l. $ w fi wIr. ,
?I......'..... .....INy. KtorUta. ..w Mdor. .a --- a.yIrrk laaIl. a 4 e.r-,. ... ... ...
world how to spell the name. ,Starke with her son and daugh lht alit .t.. ..r ....r... A f> aeeM'fQa lw :=..f 15':' .. .....h t' ,_ ." L.Jd.L L.-
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l.\\>rtlj MEET: OI'baUC.1TO114 I now paid for an auto tag --- ------------ ---- -- ----- --=- -
} Bradford County Telegraph ; M1RCII 0-1 9 I could be made and sold for two -- --- I II''
> I dollar I '

I railed. ut .Ja"'IHonvlll" l> Htnt --- '- ,
IN 1879 v "I
ARLlSIUD Many of the old timers In Florida '!
s ,- SiiM'rlnl| C'owlhon
|...| hsAr4 M..U) mm Friday and Entered as Second ClastMatter | of brought the cents magnificent bushel The ;
{ sum twenty-live a : .
) at Ik* Pent Office at Starke, Florida The unnuiil convention: of roux. 'and collard greens could be hud
iHiipi ilntfiidents of public Inwuntion :1:
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' 1L ft, M."N. . ___ __....Owner and Publisher and mombprs of count P I| for the asking. Now sweets are .- --
culled h I I being sold at HO much a pound ::1 I
haN been _. _ ___ __........Managing Editor \\'liool:S (C'uwtlion boards. Htutu nuperftitencl Y. {land by the bushel would be bring- Barbara Scele was engaged to be married-to Harold Ley. Naturally :

.., rat tat puljlU' instruction, fOI r : Ing five or six dollars a bushel since Uarabara was easily the belle of the town, everybody was 'interested,
In Havana, Florida they
and are
kMonvlllp I March 'I and 10I'lviiiilnutH decided to Harold. i !
lm'110S KATE she had finally marry
Sl'l talks on (he staberis shipping i collard greens to the and everybody wondered! why '?

%..s... II-H. ; Kit )...U,* i:5c-I'ayable in Advance / of School Consolidation. northern markets by the car load Not that they could criticize her selection of a husband, but there was Don

A4*.rts iff lUte .. Application county) StipprvlHlon, Hillary fiche.. All fact of that which times brings do change to mind tho Quay. He and Harold had been rivals for a long time-and it had looked : :
doles' Kut In of Salary Costs. t< lost! ? Nobody could
pretty favorable for Quay. But Don had Why answer

11MI9ia. 1Mr ...............; la.IrMr I It.0'111011"Total/ Costs" ,nil Ability K<-lioolu of for the a Count Tern) ", .1 ... that. '

-. -- ..--- lof Six MonthH from County amKundt .'I ea I'I
But Barbara could have answered it for them. She would have told :
(Stale .. The Free Text IloolSynlfm. oi
.. a* i w teat ess* .t.."4.Tijr nhurtc ke, the real of Tho Turnover In thIfMchltiic a>: Church Services ... them that Don's careless handling of money did not seem safe. Don didn't Ii e

11:19 yttM.M gl-S ... Staff of the State Teach. of thrift. And Harold l did. He had saved for a j
realize the importance '
crlriilnliiK In High Schools, 0' I ... ... ... ... ... 4-.4-. ,'I
-4p home and proved his worth as a idc-r. The best man had.wonl I ;.
will take up the firs t I 1I1.IIOUI; flit'it<'u prov ;
..a n.. ....., hill ... .mt .iiM>t tiui of the drivt-r. Some ....)I.. Hi-HBlon, Moral :-Start saving now-put away a little each week. 'II,
The principal, business of thE<> (Knorli: Marvin\. Hooka, Punter) "
tnalk male the cure cum"l..h"|
( .eroud| day will 1 be the reports!> 01 f'l Sunday school: Sunday morning A Watch your bank account grow. He prepared to provo '

.. ..,,"' 11I111..8! I at 10 o'clock L,. A. Davis, Supt your worth when the time comes :I'

M lrit .)..l wlflarI* tyt.lrma rntrmitf the state arc The meeting linn, hen advanced i 1 1 I Worship: Sunday morning at 11 il
thm year Mr. t'uwtlion explainedIHIHIIKU ,' |oVlock the pastor will !preach 011'I '
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|> of the fart that the stall e' "The Sacred ne., of Law Both -- -- 1
{ iegislsture In to meet In 'April and I I'I Civil and Ecclesiastic: ," and Sunday 1'I I "t

1k.wr tttrjilw ..... tkfwrlrh J..koo..nvill. while asleep; it IN desired to Rive the delegate s,,I evening at 7:30: on "The/ aMY ;
an opportunity to decide upuri any) Il\Iark-F.JJ." Jood singing/; at Bradford County Bank
.la dollNha (aq.x aa-r tot JJM'kiM>mills should l I lie proixiHoil, ipRlHlatlon! \ In time for both services ICverybody: Invited ::1

the .lawmaking body The annual t'I Intermediate League meets. at N

Kiithvrlnw IH generally held will 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold" '
that of the principal of high Senior Kpworth League/; will II
wells f 91.9aal--.. Kiln i.. tsmnttmir amithvr man for <.. |pools| and other educational I meet Sunday evening/; at 8:48:
tar L'1I worker", at fnln! < HVlllo when th e, o'clock. III its
tierce. 1tl.aww-r Martin. vhirhtnl. \.rl&ity I
NOale, high Hthool athletic meet Is; Mid-week service Wednesday
C.flrL. &l. rII Hi mi! tae hrar it rum.>r....l that the also!. MaxeilMr ,. I evening at 7:30: o'clock I --------.- -._ --":- --- ---- -----

.... IIr .,.. fb..rlwlr... it wan just a case oft ('awlh,," In ralllna; the convention .

i fi,, :: ::t:... a _siaa ""I ......... .s n. A l rttr man for the UU, by authority of a law In I ritKsin; 'TIKI.IN C'IU'IU'U s

firMrlr .-ulil ... hull t. --- Sunday school at 10 a.m., J.f.] .
__ I I"I.. OKHrKKSTCII: Truby Slipt.Preaching,
llf.lTIIK: STITi: (\\K'l:/ nt 11 am. by the
.... aa.lillr. Ihllrbd hate Iwvit. placed in sericeth pastor

l: aeel ...A_- ...-.. .. IIaIa srt Hw puNtc the otlicr using fosse Sumtuml' Itjiifonl Fee; .alto Christian Endeavor at 6.,45: p.m.
a I In \\" __ .. .rlsAlrae I I ................ 3jr.uaak. rte susise, that .

r ell ....itltrl M w .arc their clubs on m>meytrm. .IA'bon"III. March 1.--.When I The Intermediate Endeavor Society L

ana: 91'.lMlaari M ..... Met 14w. they will) |*>IoinzeUtlhrwMj unexpectedly"' | Hiirrutindeil by nhravlly I will hold Its social on Friday t 3
armed pnMKen of Duvnl night at 730: at the home of
....._ 111aAltr 1111agf1agsh Whr. )Ir. ) You ron nty ofnVer In woodlands near S. U. Johns.HI .

%i tip .Ipata.r.... .... /sad..) err lural. ""UJ JMri h..fore talk- (Ills early yeHterdiiy morning., .--- ??
: Noah Crawford. fiiKltlvo convict
.iAa. ... .... s1. ........sHe Sun. oihinltlfcl meekly to rapture *. :MtltK'S l-a'ISC'OI'\I.: ('IlllirilSunday .

---- I'loni'ly guarded' liy his rnp'orll.I'r. ,
: ..for 2"r.\n" :)I. T services:
,\ JIIIf'\IC".I -.onvnh| and loclRi-il In the Duvnl
10 a.m., Church School.: .l.&tr. ear taxes. county Ja"] || Ho IH lu>lnK lotillnpil( ,
Seca .... 9.r e1 lbw a y vn 11 urn. Morning Prayer '
here until .the arrival' of officers trrctiirn > .
y I_ ...... r ... e.a/ .... .. Mart assail of tire Mooney .s him In lhi slate prison R. s. C'AIILUTOV. .) : HectorOnly I I II ,,

''ism. ... Msww. ,. N stay rsi.m it U nut i>rorf farm at Itnlfonl. whence hn madua two miles. of uncompleted. .,I
daring escape, I Iwn IllonlllH OKI), I road now separates a good east
... ... ... ILI.alaaa.en II Iait/wl Hr..t.ttc I
fruvfonl wa 111"11"1',1 to serve and west coast roadway fiom, I FoilPlerte
lhi ... ,tlMtl.r.a.all/t9 bM rt.wrrrH. "AStl" rau-ttl liy I. n vfum fin, iillenipled. munler, I on the east to Sarasota on

_I ..yIisa, ....... ayrgllJ e/.I1twt.BI r.rf prlhshtrl. of the and, In said to hnvn atom sit Jxiimif the west The new load. will he I
bin HtfiiteniH to coniilete| when : i)pen oil, some time in Marili and
e ss .4 1-J Ir Ikl char tw Manufacturer. hn maid) his dada for. liberty' nix It will mark another mile stone In i

-. ..... tallly ra111a1..1! HI .M* "lactic of Kfhru. H...*.kN MKOIllii tho rapid advance of road building .

I _, .. -.... I.abtilt r a tMnuifh ntuiknt of the N ..u...capture" from rnme Hoiirii'H about authorlllen through I In Florida. ,y r a'M ..'

: V' lb.4. tltltr. tthllM-a.11'rr-r.ltartllrliar.strt: i I which i I.* did not reveal. A vain search had I '\on i-i, upi.t.: .,

... Oft-.:. ..-i.... oar ptalwwsl lanol..rICanizf't1 l l hy bi-<'ii 'on.h'd. It In.' believed for him tho Hliicn convict hlnfMam I, i
hereby' notion IA given that tinderand .j.<
'Molt 'P -n. .. hail been In hiding near tho Rreneof by virtue nf that certain tlnaldocrno I _

.... ._ _ll enl..a-a--n ..._ 'M<< tUjr the chief fconomicHW : his rapture. Dime his, _escape lion. tiiMiln/,. .AilktnM and, bales'entered'if tin hy the :
_.A1__wlt ate A A u .a.9 t111s.. III UnitMl. State' of more' Sitlt'ft'li--: I'I-I-.:-l (.l-':suN--- l cult'hi'nit rourt of X'lolltln T>t the. In iKhth and I fur C'lr// 'F>HE BuIck Motor Company has announced the parts are brought to the three lines by(gravity or power vl

_J) _U ljat-u-s-I .-nhiy". S MH m in nearer rljrht.Hk I (I"'I'S'f; .\l'a"\I.': .ford 1. H Oiiunty 1127, ,in on that I the i til!*>rtnln iliiv I, of fr ':. :; completion of ita new efficient assembly system conveyors at exactly the time they are needed for
nro rif mortgage, salt thereto, t'ie Unified Line.It assembly. This eliminates the necessity of keeping ti i
.. krr. it atrw flu.s tsrfal value of all Ticiil-! \\anliltiitton. Fob./ 2S. Poituno( Inir In ("hnni, ''>''\' \liirolii 1 h. I. 1n.I-1, Is capable of turning out thirteen hundred racks of stock on hand.
and C1 Ki
IH Complulnnnt Ooorfre IIHA
t (lam-lts I __ .... tr.Ir1 .. f..r ern t rnorf than t f total I I. A u i>..on. ,|r.. convliti'il In Aln- anil,I wlTit, I I'I:|H|I. KiilHt.. art' ili-fpiirl- c'mplete automobiles a day. The plant engineers who engine Buick sires. There builds are chassis eighteen of three domestic lengths body and styles two
... ants, the unilPrslKnr'il Speclut< altsor planned and built the system say that their purpose
.. __ J1 .... the i hun .ulll) and tientenied: to will offer for sale and will Hill several export right hand drives many different paint : .
(.....l ear --'"' war. to obtain the most speed and economy in the
death |hy flnrtroriitlon. lost In thaupumc to the hlirhext end bent hldder furrnnh combinations of bodies and wheels and practically all I
tt' .. itrtirr lhs annual In front n' the Houth< ,1 nnr of B 11.. M ..w gttllL1aa/1I atrrasn mult, today when his np- th. fiiurl hniiHrIn Staiki, Ilinil- quality maintained in the past. parts are in two sizes. A frame for a chassis of 128

t ... r. w.trall..r bb.. ... pl... tl+apia It wnuhl |t.M> l less. thai I(1"1 1.,10111..1 l alliiiklnit Kii'iliiilx, )I the. wall Hcntenie dismissed on ford r"4th iintv, 1 1927. floihln, daring, nn the afnndnvApril legal; That this purpose has been accomplished is long inches journey starts through at the thousands riveting of bays.assembly Throughout operation.its, I'.

ill i... *k1lu..r eh+ldren. au fur most h',ura of sail" thernon. the follovvlnir demonstrated by the fact that between 835 and 900 it must in every case receive exactly the right for
ua rwrt part
mi Ihu ground that it .did not pici *- iiiKiilhid" (ends. lyinir and Dying In mm, with the aid of the new system,, are able to turnout \,:
+, tf 991. ..... r -.arll k.I.1Ld ........... Iliirhvr taxes are nt any federal qiiOHtlon. llrailfnril: All"\',vtnty t Ihnt .portion"ate of of Klurliliitowlt n. % of, I the normal output of eleven hundred cars a day. this Unified particular Line. chassis. This is accomplished by the ,.r.;,
-- --- .- --- ', ..... 24. rwnphip This the actual cost of each
Si": of 1'1'"t .II"n places assembling car at a Cady B. Durham, vice
.. .. .T ,tLrraascr M oily one itcni.4r Car OHIUTII" nil over Florida' mefromlm n South! Itinwo 21 Tautlnx: \ fi"'ire less than the wage of one man. for, one day es f-r general of Buick conceived president the and assistant NI\
North" ,of th. ako huller and manager Unified Line I \
..rralr .. ._ _- ..p ....u4 afarll. rtr.) U tigureil'lat only .. Interested In the "Idea of !Starke IIghwny! running through the labor item is concerned. and built it with the assistance of his staff of plant _"
haying flat rats of from two to said 1 In mix also| f'lj of NWi.' nniiSAV'i There is no Interruption in the assembly of t engineers. Its
a < is to build Bulcks the
: : purpose to
""ts ... ..... ..... a ..... 1.-. tbrugh wmnarkUii 1 frauds1rIrlirElwtdwr. Ave dollar' for a car liit-iino tannilrad .hll'| tt of*Mont NTH. of Knniro Boitlon 22 19 Knpt: To unit n- .i from the time the bare frame starts at one end of high standard of quality which has been maintained same ..!
.. tfral.1 ,..-.... i IMI t"* l of {Mite, judicial of tho exiirbltant liamo" : -ii'I of vr.:' and 1 N'j of SR'i and tl. system until the finished car is driven away at the for twenty-three years and yet to eliminate the costly
1-<"i'i:' of N\V\i\ nut :NKl', of HWVi of other end. It consists of three assembly lines located items of delay handling costs,duplication of effort and
..waa..rlwatttrlA prwMar (p/ud.. ....., iuiiii it
ran get along with thin 21 Kant, and containing(; In all 390! expense. system as now
1 ...... ...... Ma talllaaii! Aid the txwiiuniic Haute :gnu tax for now roads) nnd thin 'terre That. niori until or months I"MI.| vlll bo Bold to economy of space is possible because ill materials and stands is second to none in the Indu.try.

.,. r taaafau.e Naa wl4 r bawl &,."."u. .Lltder luluU into owner IIIIM noiigh money to satisfy the Haiti linn. s I. c-iinwa ilorrooA ---- -

,.. Iaglraal., ... ..-........- ...* tJirtbllilulut. loss. lutes buy Ran. pay hut the cnnnot upkeep pay on personal hla car KNIOIir Special, Mauler.KMfUIT HURRAH! NOW IT'S OUR TURNPtGII

f' G ...4'II' TV ..v atY.t/YIL4f. tallcwl of |>ruducirulliv 'and then stand for the big price I I Attorneys. for Complainanttt5t4.1 .:
.:x.: ..___ ... ... lawin duo.. 1hsluur : UII aut.3iC. JAtWN fyyr

.. LI= Ied a1 .... bN9a-M -... ,.j
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,_ v-- ea trarsi'a WM "H' W woaWer' tilt! "", .. f,
j ... Utt9- ... t.r.e 411asIe it nr|*>rt of u rci>orl ut l\ '

its as e1.1..1.aa.Irt .... k.. treat ......,IU.. name. in .-'lun a and .t,

aeMa.rrr w.awttr r 11.aa jssa..uarw. It the Ix-tfislaturu '.
wHole carload of the famous
aaigsgrip. tea.Uaat.r l> 1 "b'b "uul.J make it only hal Carey .

'" .. ...... Ie eracM art .....?.. crtmua.abt' promptly it wiU save Shingles and Roll Roofing :'The Shingle II :

(......... ta.Yrer' afmrrMr That Never Curls." I I II

taw. fciilmsJ (i'*.....MiMl AIM! the .v'oral ntutc are awake Let us figure with you on that new roof I II I

M a/1raliaY-lag spite tai crinw. '"Tti administration of crimUtftt before the Spring rains.

\ 1 wuaIMrq, m Mar. Ua.haI > .U a ilmgraco: to civilization" la
We also handle
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ttar.b.-/w. Taft -w wrwii he was I'rt'Milmt. Since that : EBRuARY ,
Doors Windows Window Glass Cement y I
d/ ks .. .... "exec ..,." has ln 'tini* still more pronoutaod Ii

: tttaA pe.gce+- aaln t it .U now being made. Congress took I Slag, Lime, Galvanized Iron Roofing II I i

)i, a .toad f.*t m few day a"'t." l by makmir it illegal to ship pistolsTV Nails and Builders Hardware
':t 1v. .... *. MMMMtt* t<* nothing l hy itself but it in a step. Florida Dense Long Leaf Pine Lumber ,I

td ...... 1IIIta-, > \
II ( .
j\\ Oo.'.j ftmr ..%i.SIK iTtntirutU' )' its. famous" new 1'aumoshi I

,t a.- f....*.>mia a t rim r<>mmii>j ioii lately made n tliorrvpurt Jones Lumber & Supply Co.I I .

....... ,fahftV to tFe legislature. which thi1 week's Sati ;

(' .....t ., I'.t i.( |v-rt ilinruAi. editorially at length and with I STARKE, FLA. 4r'L .
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Arit$ii>tri1. .law made to protect arrested men from ur P..:
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'w .... ,11AI941.M'tn.nt. must trice way to modernized laws which |I .
"i ...... rHrin Tii fair trial) will recopmVe. that society' r1 1 u2 JUST'

.... M'4 rfirrit". ant l that the protection of society i i" prc-emi-II I CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO y s a Tu( I,
/ IJy,, HAVEA Gw

t IIftIfIt I In widely. reported" that the confirmed criminals are mak- SUCCESSSpend I >6r N t TMEfw

bg them.rkts wmrce" In New York since the Baumea Law. I your money with homo concerns. Money pent with .

Other Uite.. are also l treating crime seriously Florida is the I foreign corporations never returns. Ride the G lnt.Tfll. : = r '

;t' great. nn* rt state. but it rnu! t.not be the resort for the nal Bus-Its service is the equal to any competitor, and a I

tl ft'* criminal. The Legislature! next month has a great home concern.

,l duty to rwrform. Make Florida the most dangerous state in I

the Union for criminal., whether In. business frauds or In I GAINESVILLE BUS CO. IL

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