Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 11, 1927
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879 Subscription or Year, $1.50; Six :Months, 75c;) -Payable! in AJvarrsr.utKi : JE. S. :Matthews O'nernnl! Publish

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!Roads Included In Sand-Clay Commissioner 'Oiling BegunI Na'rned to I. C. C. PLAYGROUND Lateral RoadWork Iffl I

I, Royal Suggests I State Road 48 EQUIPMENTNOW: Started !

1 Program To Be Paved InsteadTruHtt I j Game Law Change I IN USE '
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,, riu playground I
I ke equipment' puri -
l>eld in I'uvor of Mont 1
Slate Came CommlrHloncr, J. II.loyal. .
Negro Shoots I -- luisi'd hy the Kxchango: I'lub tt IIi) niil.. will be rorvlvoi! on AprIP'
4; urnble TM> Komi! Than, In a l-tter to the chambers -
| i The pilmlnff cent of nil hUH I bi. II birdiitws 111 en of the tow II Ii Its been 12th by tho board of bond I IrtiHtoen.

CIravel-CIa J ..liMltlonall GrahamVOInan of commerce anil other civic placed on I the rock IUIHO from, I tin,. hi' it u''sh I In iiOHltlon. I niul Ilin( rhll- for tlio cntiHtriifllon. of I the first

<' .. to Conic from organizations: I I throughout the : Cliiy county line t through\ StarU.iiind '' ilion ot the school, 1 put I t Ito layout milt I of liilornt I roads provided for I
i of which has beenflirilisiled
(; THY i 1 state I a copy 1 the conlrnitor' In liarite : 'I i /\r I lei( mi exhaust I Ivo eel. Wednesday In the Het'ond bond IHHIIO of $460-
'" I nil uk I lielil lit Jail before
Kolpli 4 County tho places
press this ptiiixu} of road, work IUIH H'.I' I fI> i (Ii-, llrst tlnn. Thlss equipment 000 thin group being III the H

At the meeting of the county CliarjAcilllli Killing Negie ,'' I the people of Florida t the leRlsla't've [ ed on I thu completed' .portion ,II i I thi. Initial Insinuation planned 1 by toy s..rllnll. It U tindi, >mlooil' l that <
which he believes .
program: the I tin local I <'\lul>. consists, of two
WonmnDo himo east from the I'l.ij county three other roads provided for In
board of bond trustees. held lum. should l bo enacted for I he better I i
I lino I Approxlm.itely I t two inlli I I," den u gigantic iifrldo unit six I Ihlrt Hoctlon worn omitted, from -'
Friday Chairman I.;. S. Matthews
the life of the
of wild
called Mr. Torode to the chair for 1 jili Hank1) negro t tie chopper utate protection CommlHHloner. Hoyall hueexprt'seeui I lot I tho base ban been romidotccl,
from tho t Clay l'Ollllly1m'( \ putting 1.1Iho adding, of utlior pine-en' na to Hoeiirn rlRht-nf-wnya, mid they
the purpose of offering a resolution f the Graham section Is held III himself anxious to {
all (lie roth within mile oi (nIl ri'hitiist'h., At I the noon hour thnHlri'et will bn
that laid the foundation for he county Jail charged with the | n nuarter I ken up at n Inter date.
know the views of the of
; people 1 i I In front of the HIlino I bum I Idi
11 KliiKMloy !lake.] The road on which bide. will bo
murder of Llllle
the of hard Wllnon
early completion a surfaced negreHH the state on I the matter."ling .
road to Graham and Urook- near Graham Tuesday morning I I Trnlllc was cut off from otu-\ i lug wan tilled with grown-ups opened April 12th:! Include, ap-
limits should l be reduced."Open .
er and the eventual construction shortly before noon. The WIlHon seasons should, bo short- I half of the tondwiiy, to the line \\lIll'IlllIg I Ilia IOIIK lilies of children< proxlmntply\ 22.3 flubs. un fol-

died from the effects of tin dnrliiK the time oil \l'IIK' belnn upI | taking their tutm'mt.'l'ti IOWH:
of .bnveral.. more miles of paved oman ened.
) road In the county. I pistol. shot Wcdnexdiiy. night and "Areas should be net aside at I piled.\ After Ht.inilliiK for II da\ ) properly provlilo for the mini II tutu, :.17From t state road, 13 -c
'the portion oiled I was Handed anil The west sent one of her sons her, of children< iittendliig the '
east to ,
: the coroner's jury empaneledIThurxduy I Clny i-oiinly linn 3.1 ml ion.Uoml .
): The resolution Introduced for
as originally permanent breeding ground; national (school menus I tlio Installation I of
the remnlniiiK half of the road to serve on an Important 21 I From
morning brought In a IX
by Mr. Matthews planned I verdict charging Flunks with InflutlnR game alld fresh water fish. ri'cc-lviMl. its coat The, list! nppllentlon body when Ezra Dralneril Jr.. ot pi-iu'tlriilly I four I limes I I thn number to roml 21 at Frank Mortcan'a.

for the present only the financing "" cloned season for fish at I of nxphalt. I oil I followed, h\ Muskogeo Ok Ill., was appointed of pieces now provided, niul, It InI H..1 nillen.Hoad -

of the road to Hrooker. It called the fatal wound. 51)11 nlng I time I should I be provided."The I the "'( faro, coatiiiK of slit! g will I I he by President Coolidge a member ot I I II I' belief of the members of tlio

for the diversion of the $50,000 I Meeting the woman in the wood legal minimum I I lengths at placed Bhorlly., I the Interstate Commerce Commission KM: 'hiinge Clnh Unit tile full equip) 21-Itonil 8 to roinl, 9 ox-

appropriated In the bond Issue to while on illS \\'I.y to work IankIH which fresh water (lull may he I Ill iiciount" of iion-coniplotloii. succeeding Frederick I. Cox. nient can bu placed, wit hut (two ti'imlon 1.6 miles.U .

the Ilrooker road and the raising said to have Hhot her without t utile! fl should bo I Increased cut Il- of the nil near the lake, wc-k was of New Jersey. I I,.,tills account\ of Ito I llherul I ,hi- oiid :31-- From state road IT

of additional funds by the Issuing provocation and then fled. Sheriff chill 1 ly to protect fish until they ntopped< last week on III'IIIM! I iuerun' iintloiiH I loceived, tor I tlm eiuiHe. II> Crawford, mud ,3.1 in HUH.Itoml .

e of certificates of Indebtedness Kppei-Hon was notllled laud III company are large enough to have spawnedat u.i'ii i,:. 1(1101'1':1'1: 29 Crawford road
k biiHp. to
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against the gasoline tax to construct with Deputy ItaUden and Il'lIHt once before being taken. the till completed thin week. mimI 1 turn: .\ ''''I'In4'11'1'1': ; nit iiM'oitu i'inu-: mail' I II) by John III'uwlllng'H. 3.1
hard surfaced road the Jack TiidRCtt\ of Graham: etartedin "The sale and of black,
i2 a to i' shipment work will I ho "rcHiimod on I llii> te" I.I/.IK: : I 'osst';MITHINI : IlllloM.,
Alachua county line via Graham pursuit of the negro. Hanks bans 'ti,,,11 Id bo pro II Iiltel.,
i lull(fling I three milen ,'IInll'I'II.1, Itoitd. III:--Head, II lo mail 9
: limit lleieMi
went to Ills homo IlIu'k-1 \'a;it; I It l 1I..hII"1"1"
and Ilrooker. and after .\ rciiwnublo, limit should bo
I for by I the I.OIIK <'ompany. One l tlm I Autoiilileiil< I 111I.h. ,'DII lily led I HID Hlale. In I Ihn ,by I liuiblv, N''r iutii ii'Is. 2.0 mllen.Uoail .
In the discussions that followed lug; a grip, took n shotgun mid placed upon the nil in her of fn.tlbwall'r amount, of lei'i. Illl/.or 'il
other fill near I the Strickland place "..1.1\ nm ilmliiK :HO Kiiinl I ti> road 14 by
the Introduction of the resolution Biipply of shells and 1 left In a Ford llsh I hat a person may ho I tin* month"" of V
Is to I completed, hut with I I I tho Fthiuar, consuni- SlarlliiK'H. 1..2: mllen.Itniiil .

r participated In by Messrs. (car nuliiK over near LaCrosse to taken In a day."Depleted addition I'I I I of n not?her crew t to. I the I .'...I..lh", .eiee. March 7 (llalph, hug' ti.SGI I toils I Dixie, Fiailklln. 27 From suite ,roml 13
the home of an mule, Mitch I Hill.! I should] bo
Torode liitch mid Weeks the areas restocked 11"11I'0"hll., .' i thleo f
\\oik lloil
It IN not thoiiKlit I lint lulls' lOllnlleH. I
Hanks evidently Its d I uut i I! bodes, :.12 yen' is old localI In "road, I II I oy lion Kilnua" 2.9
other members of the board expected fol' I the sntillcst ,
present will ho held up again.: consumption
.J Mr. Matthews stated that It to he pursued HO 'iiulckly in he 1'rovlslon for restocklmcshould __ a u.. _.. .. I ilw in" meri' lIlt nt succumbed u- nothing; In Ihlx. Immediate sccIliill inlh I 'H.

wan surprised, by the nlllcers! while be made, by the establishment I ''iit right n'ciaIt. uiiilay 5 Oilier 1.111"1',1. to 1ohluc'lIttle
was his thought that the board Aliirhiia used! 1,821:! I 'IOIIH, Maker
: In ills III farm !Speed Of Trains it.I 'obii-lou's( Sanitarium fiom IIf'.II.III.,1 will ho tailed for the
should work out a system of permanent sitting car front of I lie of a slate gainn told 21X: I outs, I llradfoi-il, !052:! IOIIH oil
IIOIIHC talking to I Mill. AH the of- 'fresh water fish. hatchorles."Section ( skull unstained, In mi 180 remaining I I symit'lem) of lateral I ronilnan ,
for the Clay Union 457 toiiH.
Improvement licers drove : Cut To 12 :Miles 'I I'liomohllo, alcclileiit, I 111n Hilt 111'- tonx. \ I Ibn eimlneerlllK, work
county roads and that he believed I up liankn seized his 11 of Chapter 1013.1.: I ThcHH figures ilo not I 1II<'Ilieio sales HOOII |Ill !

thin to be the opportune time for I pun and Kturteil loath log with biick-I which provides that nil money to il I iv It ft ci'no In\ hits louse I hail ono ton IM conipleted I on eai'h ({roll p. It In

'. making the start; that In offering: shot .shells the olllceru getting out the credit I of the (l a Inc Fund. III i "Jr. (Illmdes, with ("tI".ot..n( ; Comparison of feilllUer" figures planned" I to Ret IllS many roadu anpoHHlblK

a plan for financing the Ilrooker, ''to lIe their car as n barricade If excess of $10,000 at (the close\ of I The. city I iiiiincll met Marcli 1 1st i I IL hiothor, "Kmmel: (II diodes'' for thin niontli of January' 1M27.wllh :! I ,' miller, wny durlnw,i" I the next

: III regular session with I the following I Into TallahiiNHoo. Inu few sul lis unit I lo roiupleto' theenllre
road be hud naturally expected the iilie I neKro; should start shoot i 11g.I each fiscal year shall bu transferred ,11 coming Jiiiiiiniy, l IIII.! :! HhowH llriul- ill I)

:; plan would In due course of lime I j Sheriff Kppcrmm' called to 11111 to to the Kenernl fuiul of the Kenem members present-" : ('. I F. Ford 1 coupe and wnu Hearing, foul, I 1I""IM.el her ,'nI\HIIIII\ 1'1' lUlluv'r ,I I HyHtem. provided. for with I I

'" be extended to other roads and I come to hlH ear and after Hill I I had I school fund of tho state I Hoover I chairman I ;: O.V.! Alderman tile I Seaboard crossing at tlio t foot 100 per,, cent. Tim llmnes' un III two yeiirHIn .

had no objection to Including the Htarted, called to fliinka\ to follow leaves the game fund depleted at \V. I. Wall. J. W White. |I..t Adamn street. w lion I the i'nr over- given out hy> I Iho pnrtiniMit of addlllnn, to providing for thn s -

After a moment's hesitation a time when young genie need, Minutes of the last meeting I l.niu'd, j1.llllI'r; Mr. Woolen nor agricultures followH. haul\ Hiirfni'liiK nf hue llroolier anti
other road In the pl.1Ial this time : are ilK FlgureH -
t ; Hanks laid down Ills shotgun and protection. The section should hi. were. read. mid approved.Street "Km: met Hh"h'HI", '"'". hint and. I" I toim. I lo ho I In I tho g u'a l-clay! it"roil p. anilolier ''
ft After n somewhat l lengthy discussion ejiii'Hent :
; of all features of the matter -I allowed the oUlcers\ to place him repealed.1 committee I I i was i Instrixted Ilnlph' Rhodes( ho was Healed" boluecn 1937: 1112'1 roudrt nrlKlniilly, Npui, Illoilto / ,

tinletarrest.. "Cienerni to i Investigate" obslrin'lions, In I his I I two companions In I tint I tin I In I Ito g ni vol-el. .lay g roil' p. amiiiillliiK
y It wr.s decided to Include In protective mea\II'I'K\ \111"1111" 2.105.6 1 ) 2. ISO) :3Hradford
Ireel I south. of. Sparkman ''''111'- ear' was thought, at Unit to have for boniN, on I thn iiliovo ,
the Matthews plun] all of the roads should hn. made, uniform tl "ouglioiit i :2 i l11.7 l I 123:!: .3
I tin1 Htate"IncreiiHCd. ('I.tlh" same being, caused' by "."'111", '" with oulv II minor.. Injury II' !Kroup of Inlernl I romN, I Iho hoard. ,
for which appropriation were Street Paving I linker :2! :'I I :21! 1.0 I)
t the wiring of railload block house to his HI'alp. i Ile ualki'd' Illlllied'ntuly I IniliHiH" 'led" I he followliiK hiiHluoHKat .
\ made In the bond Issue for sand protection of greatly Clay D2I:: 1.:1:l 1:7.I: !
I ('I...I.k was I Inslriii'I Inil" to notify I I to a ...tor's olllin mid was I I Ilielr, 1II..plhnil, Ftlday,
) clay surfacing and Mr Matthews depleted areas" should l bo provided I'ulnu 2HI .II 211111
was asked to redraft the resolution I. Up On Tuesday through the enactment of u t Iho mayor" I that I lie) provision bail.. I I HiKliiiiK,/\ mid, halting wltli fi lends, ----- .toail I lro Hleil I I'rolll !Sillll|'HOll

to Include the addltonul- I general meusiiiu applicable alike been miidit. by I Iho railroad for I the wblln I I the wound was le'i umg I treated I- t\, \' \II. MinMIIAT: .\llItn 1-4: 1'11.I". 1-i ui usA

I projtpclIon of lIe public. nt I hue Within n (few moments howcv I K<
nil such In the petition nan ,piimentoil' l hy _
roads and the order of precedence Council j I lo Complete Plans I1", to areas state.
of their construction as adopted rating; al ;MMMonlli.Meet i : "The trapping, law should he rei i crossing In Starke' mid that the .>r hi hecmnii: II 1I1I"OIlHe'lo mulvas 1 I .V s-unIt'l containing :Illl llohlilloM \ lt'Hui'i' Kile tutu olheni, iiHlilnK for' ( d

by the board. ; I lug V ice d as I to season and license fees. said major would have the speed, "lomoicd" to I the hospital I w her"bo I \\' in-lived' i In Slarlie. Tliursilay II piihhi s roml' fiom Hainpiion, 1'Hyhv

The Increased revenue "should, beprovided. limit of twelve null.",, per hour enforced died lifter an all night vigil mid, from Laredo., 'I'exiiH. I Iho first pluiiliil IOIIM. of Jaxper '"'oWII. (C. t
resoutlon culls Senator
Knight and on Thom At I their d-monlli meeting I < (litoiigh, ': I tho I o wit. I efforts ot I'll ,,"(''lans& i to remove utiortiiMi lit I llm bird to ho lined III restoi. .k- M. I'hlllliiH' to load :2S! Thu roml

t Representative Tlio regular/ monthly reports of of tho, skull and relieve Inn I hIltS Heel loll. 'I'liey. wnro i'illuhguIul WIIH 1usd on ,roiidlllon, t Hint I lt.b
t I tile t council I will the letter grit
as to tile legislation ne'' Tuesday city In the commissioner
nl"'H..llry' -
i the "clerk treasurer. mid, tax collector .1I I I the blood pioHHiire" "I'll utHt'ui, by I Iho (to A. il.I JoliiiH KIIIIIU wnrili boa ul I Mould Iniike hit lirivi'imt.'littI'
to make the plan] effective: 'lake up the IIII'IIIpl'ojPI.t/: for calls attention to tho fact that the! '
I wore ordered' illod.Coiyiell I I fl'''''I tun*. n for Iliailfonl, ('suIt itty.a 1"11, fus title, wikri avnllnhlo.,
} It they act favorably, to construct I the town this work being, ('lIrrlt..1frul1 ilepartmen of gut Inc alt,4 fresh water !
IHljoll..1. to i the IGtli The funeral of Mi. Hlioile'i; IH ,
The liniiril iniiilH' nui'eempiic.
the Ilrooker road I and I Chairman' over I the meeting'( held Tuesday halt Is self supporting Its muliituliiencH ,- of Muich. I belim held. I this afternoon at I the 1 iuiiii: rl H\ ;\1.1'1. : ,(4 j mi
clear tile
with I.., K. Inlliey "
Matthews stated that there wuj< of lust week. A majority of I i, nelng I u provided through C. A Fiitrh. ('ieik.iiihi WoudtllloIn IICKi: ; Jill KHIIIV:: :
itliuion Lul.ielery' liuar hIlls
load I IT alHolucliidi'd
no reason why tho wOI'k should< ,, the properly' owners along! Church the sale of licenses to thime who -- .. *-- -- might ofwny for ,
where hy
I thu community WIIH
nf fuiuuH.
not start within the next threa street have expressed\ their deslro benefit dliectly I from I the conservation : ht' ;'\llIn'\II:; l'i': I.HIIT; I 'riirpoiillne, mill forestry men I llm moving

months to have t the street paved It Is understood und propagation/ of game; .lituritSeu'Vl.'Qui. III f the, Ire in' nil I ",'('llnUH..C, I lie Htato will Mr. K: Clown rci'ioHlod" |' a were i barge i> of road, 31 I
I HIM loeallon nearhlH
The construction of this road ,: und this street, together I'-csl: water llsh and fur-bearing (only I 1,01)0, quarts of slnnv- of mil her. In i4ltti'll. on 'IhuiHilay; III ( "

will require the usa of I the gaso-i!: with several, connecting links will anirmils.I namely, t the hunter trapper beirles were, shipped I out luring I thu!Itov.First Iliinyun 11111,1,Stephens huh, chimh., pastor'l'i, iii.I I :2 llh l.cnlhnl\ Wyinan In ,, (loflu'n nml, I III", HUIIUI WIlt Krnnted -

line tax for one year In additionto ,! be combined under the first pnvinii und I the non-resident Usher- Iho past week by express, wh lie t the I' I lal.isee.' Thu, loi ill Masonic' lodge ilnirx"' <>f t Ihu !government, oxperl-'' Tho engineer wax IlIstrll, <:l'el, to \

the funds already on baud. At :; program. man In asking IncreuHi-d revenue Movement, hv I truck was um Iso i light. of which ho member, took liient HlnlUiii,! \ here, I In < hargu ThlHH
was a ,I cal proiimltlou atI'eilliu -
look iitii I '
the end of that tlmo the board ,, --- -- --- for the department the ( !Tho mill and cold him held leek hOI'"C, the burial I Iho third I ot u uts'r huts i>f meetings I tinge |

would be In position, to begin COIIIISI'O.MINTS: : w.\vrn: -10 ml,'t' ,suggeKts that a ii in olllmls-I I I I lie movement of I 1 Ho crop to 1I a I'i JIll'lhO""H/ lived on,s we:it C Col lielil' lu>re In Ihu Inlciest ..C con- loud, farm H. of li.: W. Alderman

making plans for financing other Tile Tt'leBniph wants correspondents form licenso fee from considerable I extent I I mid I injured" und leaves a widow serviillon.. of Umber an.! I Iho IIIlnl'-1 on i
legit avenue The Hnrrotury wan I limtpieto' 'I I i ,
roads named I In the resolution. i I In every. soitlnn of tho and the requirement of a license\ I'III"I jnilltv; of (Ih,' 'berries Iloet ,nil, one sniiill', : son. I He wan (tlio I llnii, of In tier tiirpontliiing I

The full text of the Matthews county not now toM-rcd l to semi pun"'hased l by commercial 1 fish II I pinch,te amounted I to \ I crnlon I of n.V.! Itliodos of Woodvlln l- ......1.. .. 1 leiiniHt' I 1.10 alliirney for the hoard

4 1 resolution as finally adopted by In the news of their community. dealers, from I the department of I j, I ly express' while tlu> amount ship, son I I). The entire "IIIUII I wasshocked C to I ii lie necessary slops' lo bavinWi'letll

the board Is a* follows: Statloneiy und stamps furnished.chna ,'urno mid fresh water' ash) for thu''' p"d bv I truck iminot t ho estimated.Triukloads I to learn of Ihu I sudden' .1 .VNlll. II \'.i 4'U'SI'nCl I 1'11''rim', poln, iiilnovuilfrom

WIIMtHAS In thn bond Issue handling of fresh water deli of piodice) : nro going! of Atr Rhode '. olio of the, mad, :North:. of L.iwtey ami

for road Improvement In Kradford, : county tu the mild county would produce the needed idilltlorml mil dally 'to t the noiiiby mnrki'ts piiM'.ltig biirtluuuH of 'I'll', "1511.111, lily' repuitof !gasoline.' also one nt Sampson City.Advoitlrtpineiiu t S
I men
I line.I I oruniliient i yonnn 1 consumption' for January showed. wern ord', "'oil
County authorised, by an election While tim vegelnlilii/ movement "ldinlHi! with
I County Hoad :No.: (II I from I.nw- I tho city always u totul,, I ltlI'ltliI, iitiltlt for i 111'ad held<1 on the Kith day of March In iiiglng this ironrum the comnilHxioner I I. "mall for ihii, 'tenson. the ulilpment ivle mid forwmd, affairs ofthe V
A. I n., 11)26) provision was made 'tey to the Clay County line. I says: of f-Kgs; Is growing: weekly, i move. count v of !lU.GOl gallons, 11<'1'0- One Ford I louring cur.

for the expenditure of $120,000 I County( Hoad No., .I from-Stale. .iluco the founding, of the state the present hhlprnelltslmoll..lIlIt. : I I'lly.ThuHo who witnessed. tlm accident i- us'.Itt" 7HI2!l:: gallons I I The (!'USollllO I I 'i'it rca I Inn-lorn.'

for surfacing certain county roadi : Road No. 13 to the point of Intersection the abundant wild Life to be found to twplvn to twenty thousand Ford consumption for the, county shown Cur of fencing.Approvimately.
state that I tho car swerv-
with gravel clay andWllEllUAS. with County toad :No.: here has furnished choice food for weekly.llTTTl. it steady, Brow l III .,1.:1t: 11I11111 I Ii. anI 4uuO foneoposts
machine I
: It Is believed, by 5 near the Drown lee plantation. home tahlos and fish taken from __ .. _. i i .d a.. tie I to pass another 11I.lh'IIlllIn I I that roml. I CI:1 In being I I .
IJII'k lo Ito center
the Hoard of llond Trustees of County Road No. 8 for n distance the fresh waters of the state have :I, ROOM "'.( '.UtI'I': i and In geltiig slralKblonnd. lined, mole II lid! Inoro hy liii t'hstu4. ,I All bids to bo received, on Una

i of four miles from Its li/ furnished a source of Income for The Florida, state chamber ..r of t the road I It never 'Ilin Btuto'H total' for Jim numtry: ,, lUlli:! of April.
I' BralHor.1Joullty that by supplementing und,
the said bond appropriation 'tersectlon with County Road :No.: many. The e'onomlvillue! of the com mere In Its, list of out It turned, over twice was wIlls 2 I, 175. i7u. gallons ot gIlH"-1 I A iRHoliitlon. ...111 passed by tlm

., of $120,000 with funds aria- 4 In I the northern part of the work performed by blrda In theirleHlru..tlon apartment houses ,, hlllelH'1 badly wrel'k.,1. \lino anil ::1.608,2":1! :I gallons of board, rei'iesllng Senator I). K.Knight .

town of Starke. of Insects In this state boarding houses on the uouo. IJude cuunty liuucled tim \lint and Itepresentatlvo Thomas -
Ing from the gasoline tax appor- < March N. A large
: County Road :No.: 19 from Stats cannot be estimated while their the state hotel commission at thn Tallahassee with :3h l''.< OU Kiilloim of KUMO- to secure the necessary legislation -
tioned to the county by the State burned
Road No. 13 In the town of Hampton presence III abundance lends Inter- lose of last year gives Ilradford and, beautiful fiery cross wax' hue, Mboriy county lowest with nt the coming session for <11v"I.tllll -
of be
Florida It will feasible to I I Mm
I during ,Monday over I
eventually surface the said roads to the Intersection with County est of life on every hand. Huntingand ,county total of 130 rooms : number K. Itllo..q.'alla, \ 11 ..936>: galhiults.h ( of certain funds ot the

f. with more durable materials than Road No. 1 near L. A. Wynn's fishing have annually uttnut- of rooms over twenty. 21. The grave of Ralph who died h How ten ''i it' i oiifiiiiiiptliiii, |In- county and Hiippl' "mentlng thj

state total for Jf21! was 91,722 hassee merchant Sunday reuHo with good roads IK Hhowuhy sumo with other funds the aamu
plantation. ed to the Mate thousands of visitors
gravel clay. andWHEREAS. : _ automobile accident
I County Road :No. 20 from Its Intersection of u desirable rl.iuii." Today rooms; rooms added In 1025, 77- following mi Cluy'H'' total. for January. S7.- to be used for hardaurfuclug. certain -
U Is believed a '- laid 'lo IImil, rest
with County' Road No. citizens and visitors" : alike In 201 I : ad'loil'! In 1926. SO.25! :Mr. Rhodes! was :2si: I I'> Millions I roinH In Ilradford county
change to the use of some standard l- go In tlm Rhodes, cemetery! nearVoodvllle
the James Kite to \ -- -- C- with so in is standard. tYPJ on malerlul. -
I. near farm In-mailing. number to thn In
type of paving for these roads I open Mintages the heavy drain put' \ I I ?Monday, afternoon. IK rorv.v ,ACCI.I"III; : I .
the town of and
Sampson City, pursuit of these wholesome( forms
will be advantageous to the citizens verltahlit bower -
be It further the supply In reducing( tho reserve.Today The grave was a -V V -
of the county therefore bo It of iticreatlon. It IH In far greater Jeopardy I 'if beautiful/ floral tribiiten.About 'I'III* Htllfl I Klllf! 111.1 III l.$ Iiit'lit IlltHiitii'il MMIV.VI: ,' I I'oll'O"lTClI
!Resolved. That Senator Knight
IIKSOL.VED, That Honorable I Florida's vast area, 51,056;; than ever before. I r 0 klansmen and kl.insnnvii |" ,' and, Representative Thomas be Biiiire| miles of land :.1.H05 square _. ,_ -
n.oJ.. Knight. senator from the This londltlon,, minus us u result w' made the pilgrimage to lump Slur .lo the tiilon ('i'iiniyline :I

15th senatorial district, und Honorable 'i land they m-' hereby requested to mil"S of fresh waters IM :30,000 of a lapidly in'relllllnltOI'U' Woou\lle I I | Monday! evening I andre I chit loiul tM, niul I llm ,plain '' An, op u i ompetltlvo' <:xam''" t-

A. J. Thoinax member of secure the passage or a bill au- lake"* and numerous streams its lation tlm almost universal owner" .- ,.tei| I the. llery ro-ei anil, participated Hint tije''l Illf" 'ittlon* i'IIIIpl"C".1, amiIn ,, lion, will lie li.'M, by U. H. ,('lviiI'' I ii. i-

the House 01 Representatives, be I thorlzlng and empowering thehoard i oust 2.21mllell; In extent Its ship of automobiles, the possession In the ceremonies of the I hun iiuii of I lit" lorjil i li""ii'1 trunOnly "i.'<' mml ;MHUI 'to ((111\ t.'io: .po dof II I-
bf !Bond Trustees of Bradford food, It I'
and they are liertbj requested to to Issue short termtime abundant native supply IIfllv..rabl" of hundrudH, I of motor boats, thn night vigil li's's.. u |.iurt of Ih,' origlmitslre"'l I I.." lurk In the pun to(lice "utStark.
County climatic conditions. afford
secure the passage of a bill at the Increased killing ofIre/ will I I I I", IIH.M|( I Ito r..11.1 l lirtlnlilen .'. roK-ipt' of uppllcnffiia

forthcoming session of tile legislature I warrants or othtr! evidencesof unexcelled breeding grounds arms the opening power of section I Mr Rhodes ; ;milted; I In marriage <'"| lo enter MailNun closing April Kill Blanks and instructions
up every
In such and .
Indebtedness sum nf.. and offer vast
authorizing and empowering for wild re- of the state by the fast developing !May 10. 1921. to Miss I Kathleen .fi'i't at I tin* urNt liitillM anil to may lit 0 obtained from
times la deemed
the Board of llond Trustees of at such as fupes for migratory bird II. Not system of good roads. the .Alvarez daughter of Mr. and follow that Hreet lliriniKli llut !"I 1", local postmaster or from R' >'-

Bradford County to divert the necessary and practicable to carryout : withstanding these natural acl- Increasing mileage In canals the :Mrs .f. !Alvarex.. of Clarke, and InC II, It N lllllllTvllMlll blll WillIn retarv. Fifth civil service tllstri'/ ,
the of road l construction -
said appropriation of $120.000 to herein program before outlined said I (:.\HU OK THINKS resulting drainage of vast areas during his visits here rnndn many ciillfil for ito leafliiK umlKnwIliiK 1*. o. Llldg.. Atlanta Ua Date for -

the of the follow- friends Mr. and :Mrs. Alvarez \ tlm of examination will bo stated on udmlsslon .
purpose paving other evidences We wish to extend our sincere and the cutting away of timber. warm ii < suMmit rIght, way

ing county roads. In the order time warrants or with the Interest thanks to those who so kindly assisted All combine to reduce the protection were notified of the accident !I.. olUjilmil. cardS mailed appll until.Ml .
of Indebtedness _.
herein with standard Saturday night and left Immediately -
set forth. some
the Illness. and death heretofore given wild life
thereon. to be payable from funds during automobile for Tullahnssee l.e"KhurRH'lrvey' tl) I h.. niad, ; 'IIT-CAItfnC:
type of hard surfacing to-wit: by
beloved husband and father while good roads automobiles
'of our
from the gasoline tax heroin -
arising of lion of L.e and its
pruilui Huurt(
County Road No. 1 from State canals and motor boat, bring the arriving Sunday morning,
before mentioned the said I A. J. Sowell and for the beautiful -, trade leriltory.' Mr und :Mi'lum"tit"> I' 'v on, -
Road No. commencing at a arriving a few minutes before Mr.
13. sent last haunts and breeding grounds of
to set asidj floral offerings aa a the
being required) of Jacksonville Flu., announce
trustees HILda City-IIO.OuO bonds H-
of breathed his last. Mr*.
point about three miles south Rhodes
within of those
his game easy access
tribute to met ory.Mrs.
said gasoline tax sufficient of their sister. Clara
from sued for paving streets of city. engagement
Etarke, through the towns of Graham laid time warrants A. J. Sowell Mr and Mrs. who hunt and lisa. These conditions Alvarez la still In the capital city William Wallace
sums to redeem Vent lleach-Plaim under way Burton& Jloitt to
and Brooker to the Alachua I or other evidences of Indebtedness L. W. Sowell air. and Mr*. J. II. make better protection Imperative ''I where she will remain until her her for eutufullnhnient of i:old storage Carter. The wedding will take

county line near the town of jowell Mrs. J L Forsyth. Mr J. If the wild life of tho daughter can accompany
they 1927.1Brubf .
and the Interest thereon as pluot In Indian Ulver county. place March 19,
Brooker and to Intersect with a severally become due and payable. J. Nipper; !\Jr... Ida Craig. state la to be preserved." [ home.

road being constructed by Ala-1

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; Clots, yet IIWI: legible, It said: itary. Sursoata county, chamber of I agricultural' world Mr. Brooks The entire state will mourn tho Florida. For the next month or

|r H. HKDOE B. E. I I commerce." pointed out which he added death of Robert L. Eaton of Mont- more Florida will be the playground

"it seems that each one has her "Carrying out usual campaignhave should be sufficient In Itself to Itello for many years a prominent of the nation as usual.

Ij',111 :: 1 JEft ckL ,\\n way of producing an Imprcs'nn been circulating visitors. of prompt the county comiuiaHlon- agriculturist and business man &
The recent cold snap snapped'
mused the .
"fooBy W erDclency man 'I'll I conventions and names on special erg to act at ome.SWKKTIIKARi, and newly elected member of the I .
rlmlt I'm Impre".""' '" i' some of the spring crops I 1.1 Flor-
mailing lists. L. P Dickie, -.- Florida Railroad CommissionerMr .
da but It was of short duration
E.III. J cf' Raih I exec vice president Tampa board : : : M.\\'I.n:
taken his seat I
1 "" They mndo Alice do It, after din ''of Eaton had on and the Blight damages will soon
n"r. A furtive, Insrretlon of fpefficiency trade. DEI'L.tllllS.NE: : AMI the commission: In January and Ills
be and
: repaired by replantlngg In
S .fIN IIFKK: Tomv Inflated with air. man revealed no scars .i '" 'e are working with carriers I PACKS: lI.unUI'i untimely end will create, a vacancyon the celery sections the grower ,

JOIIMIIUOKi' ':, hurilwnre llr hands were doubled Into fists result of his. encounter with tar i and plan extensive advertising to that board us well as a vucaucy ,
mnnul".u fifth. wldnwrr. "". and the tints were smashing rhylh- punching bag; he displayed no discernible are Jubilant over the cooler
u.iicr. to liim- nn rtllrlvnf ..,, **.. I nk"lIy-rIKht. loft right left- sign of a g-rudge. The timeseemed take advantage of rates. H.o I Jacksonville March 4.--HufuH In the hearts. otits. frlondh.Many weather. It Is an 111 wind that
I ..rl Ink charge: of hlnhold ,, .''ou... Ilarlow nee com dept. chamber ( Che>HH<*r Is Bane and In subject to
( while hiIK, out at the rltrfor <1nllt the swaying bng. Every as propitious as any. whlla; I C--- I blown no farmer Dome good In the '
a permit nf trio months, lielentrs lime a list drovo the hag against the the" need was< dire and urgent. I of commerce, St. Petersburg"I the execution of the death sentence celebrities of many countries winter time and the spring time tIn

,/ fo town hi.without telling.eMIilrrn hlplnn I wooden disk the bag rebounded Alice played that she was rending' I "Wo are planning to broadcast, I I which wan stayed few days are in Florida enjoying our Florida--the spot that feed. ':;I
Krnun .
....n.......-.. Hilly and All".. ) only to meet another fist. lying craftI and presently looked up from her over WFHII educatloanal propaganda lags I for an inquiry Into his sanity line brand of weather and all theresort the nation during the period when ,

A .II.* nrrltpv.If:.)(.'HI:. the nuMlicnrd. llrook to ninn thejob I I I fly sharply-In unit: her Constance eye were won glistening breathing' magazine and murmured softly: setting forth new excursion It was held today hy Judge George cities report a big Influx of snow Is mantling states. farther ,,"
"There's nn article about po..l'tyI rates announced, by railroad, and Cooper Glbbg. Chesser was remanded I .
( lun. token ncr the ownvr'a j with Itcmcnt. I I visitors Not the east of these north. ,
1( 1 sleeplnir, iiiinrlerw.. end prorrcdnto here Mr. Hedge. It must be .awful." '10 awaiting to the HuMil Jail
h .".....",,,... o,O.n., lie In I lor an Instant tho efficiency man'sraze "Sinful." hn aalrmed."Were ,,8' instructions as to county are the many big league and minor ( {
., In the Illirnrr.. now turned Into roved. Alice, garbed much a* I you ever poor?" proper dates for broadcasting, { pending IsHiiaiifc' ,,f n new ,death league bull players who are beginning }'I(>rsull" New city hall to be ,
nn I r exception traffic.manager
dl.......'".. ttiln altoicellirrtrims "I? Indeed Yl'''." lie I"okedIt/ passenger their spring training in .'re'lt'll i in thin town .
;*. Ituullon Ihriint upon iho wore loose knickerbockers Instead her sharply. I. at Norfolk Harry[ Hun- all appeal', Is pntmltjleuuaer f
them Xt hour. |>revl..iui. ', heylire of a skirt wan Juot clearing a "Hut you re not poor row?" Mom upcy., chamber of (commerce Florida laws Is problematic
trying to drililc whirl' u( bur thft two. balanced some four feet "Not-t. al?, since this Is the
"" -lIy. C'lcarwater Florida. (Brat case In
them .11 Inffirm lleilKe Ihrittlitir
i d..... from the floor Billy was pulling "I nrn." slid l Alice plaintively lire xtiito'H nf Get
muull'l nllwntiiKV I* ""'e history the exact nature YourMcney Promptly
giving will
are > '
vi.| lously at a set of pulley welqhtsittarhed It. ledge made an exclamationwith | public Itjto
NOW (.U ON \\'IT II TIm STIR to the farther wall. Scat ; his excursion rates and will carry leaving no precedent to follow -
I eyes. .
i I. n il about tho gymnasium were sevuil "I bame In all ncrthfrii adverntlHlnnto HAROLD. C. WALL
4'J 64QLTJIXhE) you try j II Ili-t -UBfc don't wn n solitary buck"
J pieces of idle apparatus CheHHcr was sentenced to die for
Rented Ojrutnnr t I. her /Mild Allrr.. "Xelther does\ Hilly. :, be beneficial schedule should 'ST.UIKU ri.OHID\
There was a sharp snip and And .... i he the murder of his sweet heart Sal
them I, Onnnlr tine not. i v*% UAU. H,.. i extended! Into additional ttrri.tory.
brother '''''> '''n IXSU.t.\SCI.:
You ve got to do something .
I u I nine. DeLund Chamber of Coin- |Ille Itoles, three years ago Insanity
once In a sills 13111 r. dear" I I She; paused impressively, then con. | meri'p." its a defense against the Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies

She" malicious! ', she could s i tinued.: i "We are cooperating with Hotel | <'harK
4 still afford to. Hilly and Allco were I i "Hut-this IM pay day, Mon'H. Association In ol (court. In the action Just con-
"Pay day ?
dollars stood echoed II. Hedge, eluded by
broke but nearly three wrinkling his forehead "Whose?" excursion rates mop are handling Judge Oibbs' derision It

4 between her and, humiliation They \hy-ollr.! Alice's gesture included all publicity for excursions and was contended, that Chesser became

S1ti loomed UK a veritable bulwark of the other Brookes are sending out at once 6,000 insane since, sentence was

r' rIC1rM. Constance was studiously( ohserv pieces of literature to agents. of Issued. lie faced the alternatives

A sound of volcca In tho hall Ing tho fire while Billy continued< ( cooperating roads stop hotels amgiiarnteetng lot execution or commitment to an 0
}' his artistic ,ombl... The Keen ears'of:'' : Insane hospital. We can charge your
Jv! caught the car it tho three Brocko publishing rates ,
neither however missed I a word."I The Instanlty contention YES Y HRS
children | lire doing everything possible to was
you had a. pay these brought{ up by hilt attorney, J. II. BATtERY 0
', promote excursions and ,
to "Wo will flrnt Inventory Mr. n". u'nnltts1hedge l / 'I STORAGE InSmith's .
Brooke'. suite" mho efficiency man I i V-B, I,, secretary Greater Palm pone execution until Chesser WaS

was snjlna. "Then wo will take the That's interest" Ing. I'm sure Who I Ileuch Chamber of Commerce adjudged sane since the supreme

other apartment on this floor In pays voii'" I jWent Palm Reach Florida.' court, has ruled that the Insanity Starke
turn. Knir.o- -. .,f .course Who ,l llIe The special rates have been expended after contention could, l not resultin Garage
"Very .well, sir" anal tIe, subdued rye would. ? I a permanent bar to execution.
lake y/- Wh.u forvhywhy?" I as far north as Chicago Fla. .'
of Horace.
the following telegram .
\ just for his { having
1 After an awful minute Alice stole yt children' of course!" been received from E. II. Ilatchlehlir. No IYarrnnlce0ssnry

only to tho door of Constance'* den t Alice stared nt him uneasily then general passenger agent of Tallahassee March ".-"If thereIs 1i p1

f and looked out. Then one signaled ventured a Hidelongglance at Con : the Chicago and Eastern: Illinois any other legal or any other 2. aosaoJ

oj a clear track Tho three Brookes. stance. Thin young ludy's head I was I Hallway: process in which Rufus Chesser

single nip tiptoed Into the hall and turned nwny. i "Chicago! and Eastern Illinois can escape the electric chair, I do

up tho utalrn. that led to the door for"You beiirg moan Mr. Hint lirooke's: you children pct salaries?" I'I Hallway in Instituting excursion : not know what It Is," Attorney J. R. DAVIS & CO. !

.boveMr I "Allownnc". I suppose you'd call fares to Florida on the Identical general J. B. Johnson said today

lndge| went about his Inventory 11 I Ii |lit." nnswered Alice with a hesitant method tendered It by Southeastcm when Informed by the Associated

work .with an ease and certainty I .mileOh" lines and a similar tender has Press that (Chexfipr under sentence .
I wild the efficiency hlabewilderment 'been proffered all our connections'. INSURANCE
of death
i for tht slaying of his
that amazed lloiacn, who,
F I vanishing, -"You mean !, for ucLc-ptance. Trust this Is ut- sweetheart had been declared
whllo lu couUl perceive'! no sense I II Ii that each of you receives a stated\ isfactory." b
Kttiu Governor Martin will haveto
whatever; In tho work \ltee,f, none the I I gratuity front your father" AGENCY
less reluctantly admitted to himself Dilly gland blackly at Hedge who "Ol'XT"':S IdlIilNDIS.: sign another death warrant before r, ESTABLISHED 1886

I. that It wee bring dune In a workmanlike 111hi11"i I failed to perceive l the expression ST\TK: IICTIIX: the t death sentence ran be carried -
n.d ( { manner the quick keen eye otHIe Constance her head still averted out Mr. Johnson said.<
I was frowning -Ch'ehda$5',0u0
r> minting nothing! lie requiredno .
explanation" from his puHo.' Like (" "He never calls It that." altered Only IDorf7Providefurlgrlr. 'ul- new school-

A a good 1 census man ho put down all Alice angry yet mindful of the end turnl IJniinicration. house to be erected here soon.

he saw and did It with a peed thatamazing. rather than the means _he

,,. 'as Ho I passed: brlakly'irom ._. __ I I'll just pays It." Only 19 of the 67 counties of Arcadia-New Arcadia. Hotel L ._._,_ ._,_ ____
one room: 10 another'Inexora'w n _'
.bly$ recording!! their content on large The missile struck 111" coming agricultural and manufacturing I
b' Hedge "We? Why we just love him!"
printed blank*. REDUCED RATESBLUE
enumeration and the
coun- Winter Park
fatrlu' in the middle hit Constance cleared her -Building permits
djr To Horace It was foolishness. ; to of throat ostentatiously.
: ty commissioners of the remaining
Issued l here
during January -
It represented
}lead. was a ilgnal. She old
Hedge it was holy crusade. fore
I a 48 counties should take Immediate BUS
favor $67.000.Grovl'land.271. [
fI Tho third floor followed tho second not Alice's flank attack; sbe
had counseled. a frontal .-ul,,' steps to do so, according to T. J.
the It wooden
beating of bag against *
but there were no Brooke children In LKAVKtbTARKR TWICE 1>AILY, NOHTII AND SOUTitTo
Jl' Ight. Horace knew why, but the barrier ceased abruptly IJ. Hedge boldly and swiftly axe ute4. Ba>; Brooks director of the bureau of cars loaded

-'lj' "efllilcncy man was yet to learn turned his head. Just in time to Bee .> sides Alice seemed about 1 to OnnmlV immigration state department of and shipped from this place dur- JACKSONVILLE $1.60

4 :'Fourth floor next." said Hedge globular object approaching him' at the family" to an Impossible policy..,, i agriculture. ing January. .GAINESVILLE .90
speed. There was no time "Isee._ said the efficiency: man
"snapplly a* he produced n fresh set appalling The manufactory enumeration OCALA
.ra I '. "And how I $2.15
to dodge. Tho missile struck him ) much does It*
Of blanks. may be undertaken now, Mr. Leesburg.-Contract let for payIng
pay you $5.90
fairly In the middle of his forehead, I -
Horace led the At the head
way. "Billy and Connie, two htiitdrW Brooke pointed out as It will be road from Eustis to Leesburg.
bounded boon with equal suddenness,
j the and stairs walked he turned along-a-ahort sharply to hallway the. and rolled along tho floor to a far dollars a month. Me. one bund**!) 'for the calendar year 1026. The Tickets and Information at CORPENING DRUG STORE
I'm to be raised [ agricultural will be for the Hustis--Several. streets of
that ended at a clouoJ. door The corner.A at my next blrthi { survey .1 cityto
day. fiscal year of July 1920, to July, bo paved soon
t butler laid his hand on the knob and broken cord was dangling over '
paused Constance Brooke'. head as she H. Hedge began to wri(1r11gu'Jon 1927 and will begin next July.

Most curious Mound, came from stood rigid for an Instant breathing a pad. Those counties which have already I 1 I y -/s s .
"And this added Alice.tii. : I
the other sklo of the door There. heavily and storing with wide eye ( provided for the enumerations -
w day that all the Is due."
was a rapid steady and hollow beat- at the emclency man. lie was rubbing money Include Columbia Jefferson

c$ It Inn noise, for one thing, with an noculoratlnif his forehead In a bewilderedway Hedge. continued to figure foulmoment. Bradford Pasco Hardee Duval ;1
Tiers noise and her tare. 'fherewo. I
tempo.' was a returning '."
"I find from
9l your statement be'saldr I'liiou Franklin Washington
of stamping feet, at Irregular Int..r.vnls. a ulirlek of laughter from Alice; .
looking up., "that your father Suwannee Hamilton Gulf Walton I
mingled with soft thullI-nlx or an "I'll be- from jolly
seven stamps to each thud. There The bag.puncher bit her lip distributes to you three children gratuities Madison Leon Hlllsborough I

& wa a screeching, wheezing soil of frowned but Bald never a word. nually.amounting in all to Stoat--an. Liberty SemInole and WukuIIa. I

nolso accompanied! by a metnlllo rattllnir. Pulling off her gloves she tossed Really I The enumerators, according to ?fl o. i.- SV *,i** r *l4Li.
so much
as that? asked
Then Ilouice turned them anidr. marched rapidly to the
just ae Alice deprecatingly "But a provision of the state law are
I tho knob there boisterous brushed Hedge and disappeared. you gee '
was a door past
It's only a little at a time. And given 30 rents for every name and '
launh. Horace noted a glint of triumph ? t tti' ,
{ father has such lot data ft t'"Va'I
i a more. making about $00,000 avail
Th.' butler stepped' respectfully In her eye.. ',
Ullly who had strolled close
nsldi, and the vlllclonpy" man stood The efficiency man strolled across to able for the work. ,
Constance loaned over and said In
on the threshold of a large room that the gymnasium and retrieved the a The enumerations are of great
growling whisper
ion the full width of the house. bate from the corner where It lay. Ho "Coarse work. : Importance to the state, as they
First In his. vision and to occupyIt examined It curiously noting the'! Dilly Walt She's. ;.aummuxed'"flush ; establish without resorting to "

for a period of several Interested broken bit of cord that was tt t- "I conjecture tho exact standing of 'i
suppose Ute efficiency man I Ii i 'k
q' .."neconds cams Constance ilrookc. Shu (ached to It and nodding his head In I act
observed, "that this U a request for Florida In the manufacturing and ,
stood beneath a large wooden disk evident approval. A* no turned the : / hlC
me to continue a distribution of the I f
suspended horizontally from the cell- leather sphere In his hand he observed gratuities'U3XT ." (
frig. From the center of the disk that It had been marked upon I

'.M hung a cord and from the end of the apparently with chalk. The Inscription CHAPTERl- Hedge .!.. Feed'a Cold-But .
I cord dangled a leather bag snugly was halfobllterated\ by buayI Sets term IAti
r ___ __.:.... '

J 1\,1ln'N8, tin "A Forestry Policy, for Dress Spring

.Florida" and Mr. Tom T. John-

ft 1" [ State Chamber Commercewho j stun address, In nf Florida.on Okvei"The.holiee." Forestry" will give Situation an Fever W.hdla aa a t t w

1110 uiierncion xt'Hsluu nf March I I I. wy
i j'u
23rd will be ,
., devoted to subjects of
1, I II 5'
Jacksonville. !March 8.The desire such a service will be I "1'.lIllnt..r..nt. to the Naval Stores 1 I ,

,, Florida State Chamber of Commerce supplied with copies. of any bill Industry. I .a.ats? 012.GHuvterar3/CaoArvbtu.cL.Akwyura: ,

will maintain an Information In which they may' be specially I I Arrangements are being made

''t bureau at Tallahassee, during Interested. for u trip to the Southern Forest

the coming settHion of the legislature "The state chamber Id. planningto i Experiment Station at Starke on "'
s 4I. according to an announcement maintain a competent stuff at I Manh 24th for all who are Interested I! rz-' ;L
made by Herman A, Dunn. TulluhusBee and will thus bo In In studying the work that I .. .

$ President of the state organiza prmlton to render prompt uud in ln'inn' doiio at that station. j iTCMEdj6i .' le..H-::;( I
j There will be a banquet the r
r economical service ou I I r"I.-J.--
tlon. J : :. : :
: I 4r
evening of March 22nd at the .
Information bureau nays "\\'e are establishing this bureau I "
"Our : :
y,, Curling Hotel.Florida IAIAOAD I I f
President Dunn, "will bo purely because we believe that the -i'"r.iP t '; : "
In eslah- should have at Its e s I
a service proposition. business public 'I ij ;
.r, sighing thlt bureau we will we command an agency from whichIt civic\ orgnnlaztlons are i i -1 .i .'( J

believe, meet a public need and can obtain Information quickly cooperating, energetically with the -- I, 1.:1'f;: /

J, are following the IIIH'ellllrul practice and at a minimum cant"e rullnmili, which have extended -I.I ; _I:1: -. r ..
other state organization snvclal excursion rates Into Chicago I
,{ 1y-. We want to make It easy for every The ninth Southern Forestry territory. t I -..-.-.-..-'... I -.:. l 1 f

business man to obtain ucccurutely C'onKi'CHrt to be held< at the furl- Local chambers of commerce. If- Llt'ndr3 i2CCav1_ -;::; ""' !6EDt'V"'tl'! rI :: I :! 1Is I

9 and quickly, any Information ling Hotel Jacksonville March 22 I '.'d9' L a e':: .J

lie may desire concerning any mat- and 23rd 1 will bring to Florida a I ad-vertising I -r J ..

art t ter of legislation. In which he may' large number buslnes men from slon territory but In addition.. lire ....". "!. ._. -- -, 1"" '
'f Interest. :jlmiugurutng' extensivi circulation I /' ... :- -,-- -:. -t: ...
,i have an Southern states who have been -4 ,-' -,-..... __ r

"1 want to emphasize the fact not only Interested In conservation campaigns. I II I "i:!;:;, rL L T'ii2sT FLOG itrt) : T
however, that we are eitahltHhliiK of our timber supplies but I Thiough their viirlou committees 4' ?00 r-LOOtJ. P.A.I .\) )

an Inforumtlon Bervlco and not a many who have been practicing a number of chambers; of 1 I I ry tIn nn '- .".
c ? lobby. Member. of the slate chamber reforvHtratlon on a large sculaKveryone commerce have organized their I -,..---..----....

1{ stuff stationed at TallahiiHHue Interested In perpetuation memberships Into groups which i

Ct during tho session will not be permitted of our lumber and 'naval : will write personal letters to ('II \RM15IY: I>lSKiVCUNVKMK.NT: 'made more unique by painting all connecting with it. There are '

to Interest themselves In stores. industry In Florida will be* northern friends and acquaintances I I : : 1ST FLAN them green also. numerous. closets on this floor

the fate of pending legislature welcome at the session. of th' urging then to take advantage TUB best remedy for spring (ever '. a Lovely old Colonial "Clinker" those necessary adjuncts that help

,I Their sole business. will bo to tell Congress I ot the tipvclal< rates and, Jaunty little' suit that: send. one brick make the chimney and vestibule 80 much to keep one's house In
the world with
a brisk step. Su, e By U. C. Hunter & Bro. Architects -
what happens supplementing Hon. Duncan V. Fletcher senior make 1trip Florid "In Orange I, Is the three-piece. costume show, ,i.i i. '. attractive and different. order.
'MI press report In the case of those L'ulted: States senator from Blossom Time." I i i which Menu fairly to inspire acti; I New York City.) There is a small vestibule with This. house Is. truly attractive

p who desire detail Information Florida who was u member of the The following telegrams Indicate Is sure to Cause interest 1' f
,, "The legislature bureau will Senate Forestry Committee which I what some ot the local chambers the iwing of the independent little ,. about this house a certain graceof trance door. From there one enters good features and preserving an

: a supply' Its member with a calen- held meetings In various parts of I ot commerce are doing to I II l it eon is jacket the demure that gives this effect; per. .s line-good character. the living room which has a artistic exterior at the same time.
in which the .
dar showing the bills Introduced the United States three years ago help make the proposed excursions : ever collar the turn way back cults .....:-11 ,n-e Weathered brown shingles compose large fireplace There Is. a sun The laundry heating plant etc.,

In House and Senate listing{ them to get the views of business men I a sucess: plaited front of the broadcloth *' the sloping roof and the porch connecting with the living may be found In the cellar.

k by number title and by author on the subject of reforestation ""'e are very enthuslastc over peep forth; or perhaps {it in the n .r wide aiding Is painted white- room and the well arranged and Cost about 9000.

Iw "Semi-wee'cIY and weekly reports will be one of tho principal I recently announced excursion air of the woolen plaid skirt of hat j. cream colored siding would also very compact stairs lead up from Complete working plans and

? will show: the disposition ers. "Ieak.j rates stop Putting on good publicity Ing shade. Wont likely it b the urt be effective The shutters are a the living room. recirtcutlous for tills! house may

f' made of pendl!'; leglslr.ture and Mr. n. F. 'Vllllam.. D. of campaign by direct letters combination of all three, and the jouu.- warm shade of green and the The second floor rooms are be obtained for a nominal sum

1 y'. will analyze the mord Important ville. President of the oaln"-1 and Ohio gateway newspapers. I I girl wearing it. round headed front door and grouped about small hall The from the Building Editor. Refer

measure In addition member Forestry Association will give an '\'. B. Elites general sec re- (C./ 11s,1927. by B..llwU. ) quaint little entrance gates are three bedroms and the tiled bath to,Home A-128.


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New. of Florida in Short Paragraph, ,I: I ":BVIKJKT": OWN BY BOARD CUT IXATION TO I' DOYATWIMK.iOT t J :ggy9 \toN"'eA .L f eE':TCMA: \> N'I I II''

ToBEY I uPW5EY0U'll BEeAUSE\) WiS: I I T,11\\ \"r'Jrr.\\\\\IN\ \ \\\ :

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Live State News '( I I Miilcmciit.. ,- k .:-'Sot'it\; .. \ \',, \---1./III I I1.

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I I ,' budget ommlHsloii 11' 1 1L 1. 1- ,
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llnlslic'I iln biennial I l.i- i J I '' \
I lie tctttall\e budget 0"1( ,._ !.

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES j coming session. of the I 'x.CS I, \" .t.,...,,. \ .'...-.-' '.. Ilt ,

I I ; ') :/ (
__.__ _. .. l / ( its sessions nearly two I, C d ,, ..OQ'"J\, \'
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no. 1''I'II>lIIt'1I1 sessions' /.V' :";:',
New Smyrna--Consolidation of Iowa State I : a G7WELL'UVELL qJ
po university has
been ([ held to cult I the con -.t.--_ ... I \ : Ii;: ,
Coronado Reach and New Smyrna named one of the three drainage 'II (- "'
of the members. and at' \, ; :
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In being planned in thin section, who will .. ;,"f &o\
experts conduct "
a surveyof / I 1111\' the commission. has i I -- tL. :1
,- and a committee was named nt a drainage work In the Everglades : tho '--......- ..... .J.
proposed budget of "' \ -
t rasa meeting of residents of the and make recommendationfor ( brandies of stale gov- ; \ :., .... '7o
"i, two places to work out nil details future operations there, according I ",. '. .

of the proposed merger.Tallahassee to an announcement today ( /:
by Fred C. Klllot chief drainage { ''' UI"'K necessary fur

r1 -A discharge has engineer. Dr. Marston sue- j 1 divisions to operate\

been Issued by the state prlnon reeds llrg. Con Harry Taylor on 1D2!) session. of the I leg. Yo ,t V- \ ----- -- 1 K'G1 '' .

bureau for Floyd Falk sentenced tho newly organized survey board., I DID YOU CONte YO V NWELL-\ 1'r'S hLp 11 l I'D'; r'A'T4Er SF.E

t In Levy county, April 5, 1923 to General Taylor, retired chlet of I | rt nf Lrgi.liulure| | | | SEE THE BABY THAT{{ 1 1 JUST TWESAMt I I TilE STORK I ; .'! 'l t I
of the
serve seven years for manslaugh! engineers United States commission, will \" ''l p
? ter. Folk's sentence was commuted army la now In Egypt;; on a government full report to I tho legisla. THE STORK BROU&rVT? ) TO4ou ? !II. > r- '. : .,
4 \ .
by the State Hoard of Par mission and cannot return 'ndlug; HIP approp : I

dons at the final semi-annual BBS- In time%to accept the Florida bo made fur the ne\pr- ? : OrCd / I j

3 son of 1926. I appointment. .. meats. (minding, flair, I// (7" -" [f-- '
; and other "l'lIlIdH' ) Itz : obi 1 .
\ / w / I
West Palm Bench.-Franklin Green Cove Springs.---HiiN on \ on treasury feuds The I; ; : I ;

Simon and Company, New York, the Orange avenue project a pint i I body 01'(1111111'11)( con- .

lies in a questionable condition In of the 1230,000 street improvement I budget among, the first

a local hospital here tonight following work now under way in legislation At the List. 4I-cr'\

a sudden Intestinal opera Green Cove Springs will be received [ ('". lu>we\er (lie up-

tion. Hospital attendants announced and opened March 18, City bill wilt Hlilotrnckpil, o ': .Y

they were under orders, I Engineer O. L. Drundenburger, result that It was not. 4'k'9

not to discuss the case I has announced. They are to Include / until Just before ad -- I: '---

43,500 square yards of Tho next result wan a i
street pavement 31,000 lineal | I il"il( l sesHlon 1 In order I to 1 i iI
l\Uaml-Flol'lda will greet California MtL
feet of flush curbing and 22,000 the measure us tho fuel \ lJJ
when the latter state '
cubic yards of dirt and also either I tin HIHI'mbly found, the1 I .
sends, 100 members of Its state ho-
brick, concrete or limerock for the deadlocked I ---.-
tel association to Jacksonville
paving bid.lIaml.A. of Btnto government ---------------- '
April 13 for the last lap of their J ) tin bund of sev :
trip here. Members of the local / ] WARRIOR 141 RES1TVKAR AT TRAIL'S 0'S
of I three commission''
hotel association will do the !\ decision denying application ,
for an Injunction to an was formerly I HIM pro1 1 .
greeting. 'I ------------- I
stop horse racing at the Miami At the 1925 1 legislative, I '
N nit of ll 21. providing i : the Journey's (end u nhoit.dlHtiinco ('nn+o conflnod. to .smallerAimel aeerte.
Jockey club was handed down this
Tallahassee.-Two carloads of morning by two circuit court t [ governor.: comptroller I I fJ- I from ('111111)(1( Cllllf..1 I I ''dlsnl|'h uucd" fur veveraldet '

horses are being sent 'rom an Oklahoma judges here. The suit wan filed by 1 / ''SUrer should<1 form' Ilse| I |8lts Angel Ijullp, content I In I memorles ', uili'B, but was. "ire-d lx/'uvorean ,
t ranch to Perry to be used < wns anIP1111r'11111t' k- of wild days when Ills ('111111'0| I Inbmit 15 >"mi I'M nun bv tvnndering l l
In rounding up cattlo for dl1'llnK,1' H. H. handy Miami architect goveinnr'' tribe roamed tho nw u iii a his of Hie'southwest. r "il.liTu. who 1"11.1,. him In 1 a tiny p
t personnel I tho I
who attacked rating as public ,
according to a representative of a II[Ilclll. no I.IIMT than u doll's house, 1
: ,,
"' of his! cabinet. ,
nuisance. Arguments In the case in"-ill' I the Laittina\ I.IIIKII" Kliillon.niiioi .
boosts nf his
the ranch owners. The cattle after : Angel! none cx-
dipping, will bo shipped from centered on the method of wager- m 1 |: :Martin iluilrinan of PIle I i They belong to tin llm, \\ OIl i B.: ...i'
i begun I tin blen-
on y
Ing. The decision held that
a t I
the newly-opened area to Oklahoma : session thin. wllh very dim, past! r .II t'f Angel taught I-'lily> lull I Irk lii. ,
court of equity Is without jurisdiction I year M
pastures by the ranch own Intention of using I tho I Slut his fed filoniN' nail whimnconnlntnni'pB 1"1'0hlto men nln>.ed Ills Ionialiauk '
to enjoin the race track as a
ere. : knife" j HAY bo IH the o1di nuisance. Miami's winter In PI'n1l1IK,1I01l and. ui> |>
public I in the \1'01'11IIII'IIIK\ nc<|iilic>,d I ,,
racing meeting ends Saturday One of the first ill' I" of1 I I man : ,idoi" iied bbl, but hcli'iii lit was lulin -
)11.) "hlte.lltuhh!, hair throunh 111 ,, M _
l The fourth annual flower
"" was t III notify tho1 id with them
c01llIlcrs nnd wiiim summers.' I ( l to ,pint I tor |I'Ie c"!"
show of Eustis will bo held Tuesday l 11(1 of control (that tic r'i I t.
pf '+1I\f'I'.
and Wednesday March 22 and l'alatka-llf.'IMI"/' lecehed by i, I I of the Btato's educational. Count Rig Insole: rq : i

23, In Ferran Park. This year's 11. 0, Ilumm, president of the '! would bavo to bo The Cumpos .do not count \oirn1rccorOliiK I 111Ioeu! wilaincd ,liVI'. Hlumiltinat -

event promises to excel shows of Hustings Potato Growers' ASHOcluton : / ,1 fiotit 1 I to the calendar. T heft. i Mk 1ii. ,1 of snow while on hi*
a proposed/ .
previous years and committees of between Palatkn and Hastings I upj Computation follows. ueaHotm ,nmt, lie ..1I. .,. AllKel 1 11"11111&hllo }III'I I
j I+ 1 of something over $7- ,
the civic organizations Indicate that practically no They think In IPIIIIB of1jnnjor I I liiixoin wll"( ducks. .
are cooperating I \ I I () to about $4,000,000 or" II'' events. it id InihkKiKoriii ,
' in an effort to make the damage was done to the potato ) $3,000,000.: )( 1 ucniripmes nnd, on ocmKlon | a niul\ piilu'rl/cit tin-in" la ui
exhibition attraction to Ku tls crop by the cold 1 wave. In some tboBv minor hlll'I"'IIIIII : .
\ .il ;, stolid 9'llusriIhlnl'e
: ndssioa' \\i\n\ \" ordciodi nioo' nr m01 tar
lovers from all of the low within tho I faiiub uhlih licioim-
flower part very places slight Injury was $ t
i |) "''tcly nlinllar 1''elll.t(0I1K( i engraved on their nienioiles. III (ronliiMt with |his| own
state done, but not enough to affect: (I .
the crop, and with several days ; I budgets.'I'""-.. \\antcil i Angel llrKt. HIIW 111" Unlit of iluv 1 1f | il.irlin, : exilolis| of a century agot: ,

Tallahassee-Dr, Alison Marcton warm weather will start growing I ': 'Ii many yea l is I.uCtIlre men of Hit itoUl '" I Hut hi" ilecds and WUIIIH'" 111'0.
believe that the people ruth period IIIIIID to ('alum, 'nl.i. ;maple|, today !ii.-! wreathes. lilH.
from the sideBig I
dean of the college of engineering again. Reports west ; ,
i 1 are in mood
any llo roamed I lie" nioiinlaliiiMiH KKIII(1ry llual ;, In ail In swirls of 11 blown
I metto.'S I ] I Increased taxation, UI1I.1 ( of soul lie-in Cullfoinla und Inses llllKelr I In tinspc'-tloii i ,,

the expenses of sluts ArUona. \ II 10110. hIs null" iilatHcs' (III! thni

I 1 ;! ; ( I : must bo kept, to a nut hero en/ HIM the I limn when "I (JIIIII'. A""I) ,1.1 soul "r i.oil In non.,ilKl, nl n.I'h I i, ahead, ,. itI ,
," uim the ttfiinliiK of barbed' wire lenri'B cut "down Ills (II" <'JIIIIIIIN, \1111/. pills bin.. )lye III I I'i I'K'. \" ,Hi., i. 'th'x; UK HiiMl. i ut

Two Farm 1\11I1'11t1. i rango and h.. und Ills |.ic>oplu lielilHtllutloiiH ,,, III I > < '"..<. L..1,.1., ,.It ,'''.1, J

( m plct oil, budget! for I the ;
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: )' of Florida hr lags tn'' I should l IIP Kindled/" and. Fort Mvers Work tn start "II$2,000lItllI 1"'IISlll'olllHOIlIIIf'I'Il Unlrlofl

!' I nil InrrpiiHo ofji'I Inxnllleil" bv men Mklll.'." In t their new 1nvla I'''; and Htm' insower (Coriioratloii planning' niiHlriii'tloo

I Days over that of the I win'n 'I I'h1' InHHllli'iillon hboiildIm proJeitH. HOOII In IhlK iltlinla \.. of. lloo.ooil) milk stiilliin hern

| Monnliim. 1 I uecompllKhed/ l by several iiilndi.iiHlnu .
_.-.- I II," opinloiiH. of I lie old hard (" Koulhern Klalim I'ow.-i. Live Oak) SO iiuloadi, of hogs/ ''f'f7ft "r

1 : ; IN l'Ihl'lMV4if/ :St I!u I tinted illleilor( IIB w,1II"/ III OHO of. Company l' //IIII'IIIIS'H' plant of Oinla dripped. fnitii l-lvo Oak I hiM| soar fFt fFtanti.

'.\'fI'U:I 111 II. (j. l\M-4: Ills' ieyrhhltrixito",, In mi endeavor I 1\(111111.1'1111'1111( /niul, IIP Cum ( //1
Florida I puny bore.lfnilllrelli. _. _
Chautauqua to rot h the happy tn '11I II 111. -- -- ----

: ; !'ihuIII.I lt<* (iltmVoik'' lllllll-lld4 Iii InIi'The : .IcITeiHiin" County '
I : : Prepare for A.c1clent: "
lire ICiNtiinlllle.l i iI'ur Kovcinnienl of prison
( I power Minipiiny vre Keystone Heights, Clay County, Florida '' ; I Hit "Hit)'* miixt VIfI'Y In form fioni I lh.+ nio.ixl t i
1 ,
; : 1 ['r plant In Montlcellii.rulinetto / BOROZONE
Powtler /
1 benevnlcnt, democracy., In I the ,
March fI.- Flor- strictest despotism bemuse of the 1 h*Ntu Piiwirftil Ana..Dttc i '
Orchard I la n nor yield. il' In
i I "Farm and Day"Wednesday ; : !: Forul.VoundH l tluru and
u 1I iiyslpiii roller! '
) > a inonii- all > "?in''' ihnrnclers! of Us populaHon. -
I /, ; miiteos I, II II Ipaleil( In tlilx dlulrlitwbpio Dtulixr. :iuI J. S. litchi, state prlBont| and by concentrating all
March\ 16, 2:30: p, M. : (' upon Its orminl/.a-! ; I II 1 1 prisoners of a stabs within ono cir ,, :3liDO; ) 111'1'(010. inn plaiili'd" < iiipruing's lJrug Nauru
ddresses bll I I years ego, already' IH an- two largo liiBtltnllons the prison --- -- --_ .

IH In need, of revision ''I udiiilnvllntor will bo tibia to 1011trul -

'; : James Cash Penney, of Penney-Gwinn 1 t ('e with the development llii'in pioperlv, In dellnitclvi s
\ pruttlro In other states 'lasslllivl groups
Farms Clay County Florida on "Population j'
I I the dcvolopnifnt of the "Thi' Ito itord prison, should, ..o
and Farming. a whole llurdette U I. I! |bavo u Klrong walled. IrirliiHiirn r," ,

I F. O. Clark, manager, PenneyGwinnFarms I : unlliorlly on penal would I Include Ilia Industrial billlilIngs. xe I I Ir

and ;;: i;:;; I i, and KyHtoniH nald< liern l ,| It Is like making brlckB .
Fruit Farming. 'i
on : .
i 1 / formerly wn < 0111I ,without Hliaw In put dnspeiutiiiion T ttZ'

Dr. William J. Ilutchins, president Berea I i(I of liiHtllntloiiH and In-hind woo for the aloha of New .ler- I
done at Haifoid ,
at Angle of Forty- now
College on "Farming an
1 before that wan rommlB- Warden/ Ililtili him doiin wonderfully -
five Degrees." 1.ol.r..llon. for HIP city wall with I Ihu limited/ n- ttZ'BUfCK

SPECIAL :MUSICAL PROGRAM by Ger- York,- under. Mayor John' 'onrn'H at hlH r foinninnd but tin

|thostate 'has now retched. ( a position a
trude Lyons, lyric soprano, Washington, ronnty Jails IIH "l'rp.c.1 j ( ( where. h,' should !I" given anthoiltv -

D. C. w :' was deplored! lo di-vlop. bis liiBtllutlon *"" i-I
!I : | j| _
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7:30: P. M.-Lecture, "Shifting Trends in I I practice" Hliould. ho ribol .
Mlltoji! shipped l 2KI head of Mull
American Social mild "und, the prison-I
Home Life by Ray H Everett, grade hoof cattle this week to New
Association. to n central, In"tlllltlon.l| ,Orleans und It IH said that the
Hygiene ties, I InHtcad of hl1vlnl(
,Hblpmcnl was one of the best that
9:30: P. M.-Public reception to Visitors. merely- have IHHIHPH ever, left this state. The cuttle value 4;
whero prisoners mold
( ;
.. were coin and bean fed l having
: sentenced.
"Farm Dairy and MarketsDay" I hi-cii In .Ilio feeding pens Hllwe hint ,
")"rM I fall iiiiod; beef cattle will only .:
I modern prison practice
i I rcallthat/; they must get away! for the dollar J
I I I provldoil for the groups 10'101'I I I from ranges for all round /'

system, according to :
Thursday March 17, 2:30 P. M."Florida's Idea. One of these .- '- thatalways
i ThVeBt Florida Poultry AHBOelatlon .
I : ". b<. classified an uif-
f composed' of UadxdiMicounty
I workcrK and would b'i
: Agricultural of tractable prlMoneri I I farmers. find a steady dmund '
I' : for their products.' Th1'ggs
; would l>4 the Irtduntrlal\ j :
: ulilppnd' 1 by the a B" clntlonnrH
Possibilities"by of skilled ,<
an.I'1, bringing top noli'll prluex. and
workers The third i .
ililpim IIH,! me riinnliiK us high .1- .
lIon. Nathan C. Mayo tom p0ted! of d'fBpcrate: .. '
BMV! I in i H I wiek All over Flor
I' who vliould bo kept I
Commissioner of Agriculture I (rill Hi.* tiouliiy''' UBHOI, iallon' th,itllave ,
State ntiiing walled ln"lomire.
1 I I lie right priii'-lpulB, of nil'
nil Id theStandard
"The Slate Bureau of eUarketN"by ', : would rnlPfor a re- I Inn :mdiMppln r poulii' and u- I I
ar1' miik rag innney for Hie mi' inburs
Hon. L. M. Rhodes I I of the rood 1 building
Poultry will pa>' big ,dlvl/ I
State Commissioner of Markets explained. f lends In Florida. I
I builders," he Bald,
I SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM by Ger- j(\ ) be trustworthy chained Bkllledl I -I IGrove's II of

trude Lyons; lyric soprano, of Washington, \ *\'Is desperate wasteful.,"

D. C. must do
: I eventually I
Pictures 7-Reel Comedy the county jail an a cor-
: 7:30 Moving I and provide one Tasteless I Comparison

central prlsonH. There

I Florida Chautauqua : a strong, well trained

I an the general agent Chill Tonic '

Florida of correction, who
Clay County
I Keystone Heights ,
the authority to trans. Is un Excellent Tonic for

I "On Lake Geneva" of the Institutions Women and Children. eoc I REGISTER MOTOR CO

criminal who enters the .


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FRIU.I.RCJ( it. to21Plume
: f"OrR ntMnr-> rocxrv TEI.K: pitAPii. NTARKE FLORIDA

.. ....- .. _.. _- ....--- .. around. town like wild people ways a clans 01 something to Interrupt So Mach

I II I!, don't feel alarmed-they are selling one .1 Depends
I .
BRADFORD ; chuutauqua tickets. One team
wears red ribbon, the other wears Spring must be here u few daredevils Upon Oar

I HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL blue. The winning team gets a have sprung" out In straw I

live-pound box nf candy and, the hats.If. I
EUOEM.I ;MATTHEWS ORACE WOOD other team gets a three-pound box. Coats
lit'.r-In-c'hl' f Associate' Tdll 2J! : MAJtStllir.V VJKOINIA WEEKS hard look closer) nnd you'll discover i

: Athlotlc E'lltor Publicity' Editor It Is a terrible shame tliut so that It's u senior. .. I

Bliss IMTKK'IK. \ I,,\Mll I 11 'many of the seniors should l nave '
erenmny. 01 It !I.KTTKIJ: H< >\:
;.TKICT.UNH :Mrs I Dnvld, who 'Is one o'siiirke's MII nom aIt; H": roiiti.r: reached and the villain wall chok- flu again-we miss them. One also

iiKMit thaimlng rr' TO IHTKII : Inl( the pretty Ingenue >I'M' at homo with n lame ""k Ie. Wehupe ,
yonnpi ? you UK |n x Dear n"I1"'rIy, : : old heart
MIsH I'Btrlrln Lamb cnlfbrated i| women. was attractively attired In ____ a very realistic manner. Sir Rod- they will he back soon Mutters as I take my pen In hand

her eighteenth hlrthd.iywith' I 11 n "Klllm" of dark blue georgette,3. Kir Itodger De ('flverl)' was seated (liter! rose filled with 'Indignation and 1 make these feeble irorts to

party /given on Monday evening:, with uoesKorles to inali h. She Ii I-'4 old couch und cxrlalmud"( Stop, I command Astronomers tell IM that there express my feelings. I want to
on an In a fortune'
I March 7. at the club house. A the eldest daughter of :Mr. and telling establishment whither holiu'l ,you Come down and I'll flKht may be another planet beyond "tell you that I "ns not able to answer

rolor motif of green and white watcarried '. !Slrn. T. A. Ilrlnson, of IluldMln... you for chllvary'a sake." With ;Neptune.: We bi'lli>ve this planet any letters this, week Do'
couie to ascertain whet he.'
out In the decoration ol f u't-rnihiute 1 of Florida Stale' College thin dragged out an ancient pla- hns been heard, from this week
"ihl, lady love wan an fond of Mm you nsk why? Ah! did you not
I the building for Women tit Tallahassee.I tol and blazed away at the man but all has been heard Is static,
IIH In hoped that who might be. read, I Hint frightful hI.'rvluw'thulthai I
,1- Dancing/ Interesting games and I nnd v'ryI.lIvo In .chunh club end 1 I on the Hllver ncreen Chan hurriedly i Of ,'OllrHO0 refer to the Huts-- about
An he gazi d I In the crystal ball bold creature published
I pedal' music furnished iimimement Noelul ulTulrs.Mr. pulled him out of the amazed they are trying to be heard now.
he-fore hint he WUH aware of tlin me lait week? After I was BO
for the. evening.Tho : David' Is thn youngest son 1 I theater and through the throng, lint they don't amount to much,
sweet, and 'to her too
uot unpleasant odors kind and hospitable
charming young hnHt"H', of Mr. and !Mrs. J. .F. David> :III i I of people that had begun to gather and we doij't\ worry) .
of Inuense. burning In Ah '. 1 scarcely reHtniln my
cunningly m( can
j nerved her gueHlti with delliloiiHsandwiches I prominent, South Carolinian fam- iiroiinTl them. They .noon reached .
hidden places Figures flitted to emotions 11 am very emotlnrinl. at
cbron. "Ice and fro In the ball now plain times ) I did not ol.Jec to the
; brie and cake. Lnllypnpt' unrbedin ,-,1| hs education, In South CurollniI 1, now blurred lie/ was Rlc(>py. very Rodger InsIde and stepped on the I! but wn are Inclined) to believe, /scathing remarks she! made, about
costumes were use'l I where ho was prominent In athletic Htarter.Kir .
crepe paper
: that chewing Is the spice of.,
sleepy. He sum '
thoiiKht lie would my iiflTalrs of the henrt. the> ertrue >
j for 'favors circles. !Mr. David Is'connected Rodger suddenly hud de- '| most. of the seniors' and rats'
take short a appetites.
I a nap an It wan goplfammt too true; but I can never forget
About sixty young people enjoyed with the J. L. Powers Co..,, ami, Hire to drive thin peculiar thing .
warm and ho the slanders thrown on mperHOiKil \
this (iccOHlon. Mrs. J. Jo;. Cor- and Is. In charge) of Installing/ large'''I|I wn mire that the mun wouldn't that run aloug HO smoothly, and iippeiiraiK" Oh. what
penlng nnd Mr. and :Mrs. D. I. Mcctrlcul und Steum
heating apparatuses Chan thluklUK to humor the old
rare. Last week salesman
a came up I she snld, about my h.ilr I, who
.Ames were i huperones for theevening. 'being employed at present (fellow gave him the wheel. The '
'I When hi* awoke he puld the here to show us a new kind of have hair like natures own silken
In Oainellvlllo.I | went -
(ur along
/ very well until It
1. __ __._ .:.::. | Following u wedding trip' to various I seer and walked out of the door. lutno to an abrupt right nnglt {''movements Instrument which Illustrates the tresses that hang almost. down
IJe breathed of the earth to like waves of glinting
I deeply of the air and sun ny ears
II. V. I'. I'. SfH'MLThe points) In the state. Mr. and 'iturn. Here
I Sir Rodger
''for the first time looked about him became moon etc'e understand that gold 1. Hut no, I must refrain from
I .Mrs Ditvld will 'be ut home to 'I and noticed his Burroundlnllll.I Wlzed. with terror. "'Vhoa.1 I It his has been purchased. If so. I duelling on my personal appearance
Intermediate II. V. P. U. oft friends In (lalnesvlllei .
the .Find. Iliiptlst <')liurrh wns delightfully I _. ._ _.___ I Where was. lie? Where were hIs ,'VhOI',! ho Hhouted. These wordii It will be of great help in the ns my charms are quite evident Tire woman who plans her spring w......
old/ fi .und\ he had left a short :i had, always stopped any vehicle .study of geography; and astrono to all with whom I ,come Inlontact lube wisely" first selects a "centerpiece"
I, entertained Suturduy' in': ii.tDci.irKi: niit'T.ti:. I II !
while ago: ? A nancy young thing { which he had driven before but my. It will also prove of value In ., nnd do not need any freipublicity. uih as a coat or an ensemble suit.i .
evening at the homo of Mr. and ( << "'H IIKIti: -
Jl''fI' : :MtltfllI2TII \ i Around this she then
Mrs. II. ,.. llrownlee. The lower IITIIM> I.VIIIA drrsed In outrageous clothing I they failed to Htop the car. Over I amusing!! tho seniors. I I am sorry that I cannot I I and accessories, so that can each group her frocks
floor of this lovely home was decorated I stopped, and' said l. "Well, old lop.wlwr'H the embankment It went. Down answer tho lovely 1 letters thnt of hat frock, coat shoes an.l bag

In roses and other spring number of .'t 1'i ke's publii th" masquerade' ball?" --down. Would It never stop? Tuesday morning the n. II. S. you girls: / wrote to me last w..khill '|j I produce a harmonious costume of malchIng may-

I I flowers and throughout the evening 'spirited' I business fen have arranged Wat it ;msiljle tuat she was muk- .i Would they never strike bottom? "Ilegular" girls' basket ball team I inn sure thnt you will understund ::, color or smart contrast. Shown here
I IIIK ,lun oi: hU clothing? It wu.iniit played the Hat girls. The "Regulars" : I luive been so upset is the simple top-rout so indispensable. for
/games and contests were enjoyed to give thin oiiinuiity: Urnadvantage "Wake up wake up my lord! "
," by tho guests. A musicalromance of : all right when he went to The fortune teller won but' tho Itats played a that I vns forced to eat nothing | pnng and summer made ol cashmere.
a thioe day Chautuu'juu wan shaking
added, much sleep! And then ho noticed thestreet. Sir good O. A. W. but sott boiled eggs und toast all j I or broadcloth, trimmed with only
pleasure to '' beginning tomoriow' nftei- Rodger stitching and nrrnw-hciuK
What In the world It week. I am going to spend. the I It (features a
the evening and Pnul Knight wm noon In a large tent n-ar the was I "You must have become overpowered ------- mart side plait. With this in
awarded made of? Something entirely different I''fl': \ nest week at my summer home in brown wrap any
iirlze for giving the most ('ou rtllOllao. by sleep. tone, and in the soft new greens
Sir I correct names of the music which Instrumentalists and vocalists, I from all the streets lie hud The peaceful atmosphere; of old I the snhei-bj of Sampson C'lty nnd and the reddish/ shades' the mulching,

;\ was played In this romance, and magicians lecturers nnd stage/ artists ever known. And these strange London nettled on Sir Rodger like From what W'8 read In the papers hope* soon to accumulate enoug.i | brown alligaf r pumps and bog are most

I in another similar' contest u lovely of many talents are on the horseless carlrageu; that were either a balm. "Thank God He breathed China must now resemble the siientlli:: to git buck to the old I suitable. :\ .roik made of the same

i I>rlze was awarded Ktta Fay Olll.Mr. : program which is so well tmlunc- gliding or snorting past! Kven 'It was only a dream !" Freshman room when the teacher job again. Well so long diin't I one cropc an de ensemble Chine" that suit.line the coat gives

Joo U, Oliver, who Is I the leader that It will be of interest to the trees wore vastly differentfrom Joseph :Mulpnt. I I.xtepx out for a moment.If lake all)' wooden! nlckles. and nhenou

r! of the Intermediates, was as- people of various tastes and ages, Ills II"'H. tliche HeeniHil u_ In__ ----.-- I >' see that bold creature who (Copyright" "- t>' Bull,.-; '
'be alnumt hur" of foilaKe; What Intel-vied, I me ,give:: her a dirty look
i: dinted In entertaining Vy Miss Inez "
"Olvo and Take the !New: York II JoIUTI: 'II daisies wont tell they're
manner of place was he 'In I ( (;i-r-rr-r I hope nil her rabbits :
A hern a thy. anyway
comedy that convulsed Ilroudway I bout the only thing with a a-I
L* I Itefreshnients of wafers and, hot ? The people, whence had I will send Us reputation before There are many thlngn that en- I inline that wont.j JII'k"OIlVflle-$3.000.000 apartment

1 I !f chocolate were served, by Mestlames the Hadcllffe Players as "the I they come nt HUih? u Whither break-neck were theygoing tor Into the life of a school hoy j: -_ _- ..--__Aunt !Lucy.Fort .: I hotel 21-storles high to be
1//. ,.. MpeedV '
iind.J. :M.
IIroWnleo'j biggest Fhow on mirth." The appreciation Why did they all took' so ciirlongly or girl besides the humdrum of'|I !Now: if Diogenes wanted to MartI PieiceNew; white waysystem erected I'ornl.'r'ean and Monroe
.t' assisted by Miss Inez I
1 of good music Is known every day recitation and all ,
at him? night I lout on a real honest to gosh to be! Installed in this town : t reels..

I and Misses Mary und to be exceptional here and the He stopped a youth who Htudylng. There are social u<'ll- j I isearch he should have started! out ---.. -..- .. .
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JJrowrllee.I I program, by the Oakley Concert I wan vltles athletics: but fully as Important 1 latter a "sweet old fashioned country .
I) j Among those enjoying Ililn affair whistling meirlly by and aied! ,--- --------------------
Company' will be received as :sr: In developing a well miss."
t: I I were: Ktta Fay CJI11. Klolse Ililm where he Was I
event. With cello, violin trombone rounded life Is- debating. Debating .
Hitch Hazel/ Adklns IleverlyCady '. and piano they said "Well If you don't know I'm not only gives tho I I'e
are to pupil
,! : Irma White I sure I dont." was the very unsatisfactory haven't been able to /find
I Mary and Martha move tho minutes by at a glorious xelf confidence, but It enables him I" CITY BARBER SHOP
reply which ho celved. out definitely whether Hie''man
i ri
I nrownlee, liuster Klckllter, -
musical gallop. Mr und Mrs. Oak to think on his feet. When bill
liP Junior McDonald., Uea Stcruberg [ who wrote "These are the times
ley's baritone and contralto numbers opponent bring up some subject "
Elmer and Glenn McMillan.: Mil add vocal variety to their 'I I "nut" persisted Sir Kodner, for which he Is not prepared, he that try men's vouls, was taking

ton rownloe. Jr., J, D. Urims genius in Instrumental harmony. "Am 1 In 'London or at luy couu- must quickly think of something a history test or getting a number ,

"I,'; 1'1'j Tommy Williams, Jr., Lester Price"' Choosing a vocation the choosing try home T""Lonenn to destroy that argument In order over lone. .distance...' Service Satisfaction

oIKl\ Robinson nnd Paul Knight I of habits and choosing 'Individual ; / Country homo!" "' "d to win the debate. Debating

1... _.. Ideals will be discussed by the boy blankly. aids the speaker to set forth his Outsiders can nee' the merits of
school than I
our more readily we
>IIHHIVIH f".I/UX: (" ': tUWJIfoIj' : three brilliant lecturers. These I "Yes, yes! argument In a convincing way-
can. We are used, to them. .
'i <; : norm': IMKTYOK INII are the afternoon themes by \\'. "'\"ell there'll. plumy ol coua- half of debate lies In the speak STARKE FLORIDA
I ]|()\ fit. J.\MIH: I\I..IIUIH.: C. McCullough Daniel H. Martin try homes nround here, but m r"r' er's delivery. If the speaker We wouldn't mind going to I
if \v/iitiu.v: JH. and >Charles A, Ilorr. At night London, ynti're Romp th-e,' th'usnnd stands .In an awkward position or I
school so much if there wasn't al ... .
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the subjects. will be "The Blind. miles! from thorn" rvl; !'"' "le hestltates In giving his argument --
Miss Florence Kd wards of Jackfonvlllo Ooddess" "The Silent Umpire" lad. "Rut If you wish to talk to ha cannot win over his audience -

Huve n house party over and "The Old BIrch Rod" dealing/ some relative* or friend ) you < .:.n an the speaker who has his arK 11I -

the week-ond at tho Kelly Cottage with, man's struggle to make law. I uo BO now over the telephone." j jHifore jment I nt his tongue's: end and

on Lake Klngiley honoring Jumus the unwritten laws which underlie I Sir Itnucor ..nuld reply knows how to say It, Is sure to do. c7/ie

... M..1Jrlde'a rroll, Jr., also of the principles of success and I the boy, who was tnll. rn well -Mt. Dora HI, Orange and, RADCLIFFEG

Jqrkionvllle.tie the power of parental) authority, built half pulled, and, half pushed White Feb. 17.

\ ':/ guests Included Misses Lois which ha* shaped the moral character ) him Into one of tho :...:'ny ...1- We thoroughly agree with the
norland l ) Mario Smith lluelC'uftvfibell : 1 of humanity. 'eurthly things wliiih; wurc. l.uodup ; writer of the above editorial. Wo

Messrs Lauren "Chick" As a special feature of thuChnutuiiiin against Ilia curl) and ou they believe that debating 'Is fully nt

SouMyruc, A. O. Corhett. Jr., Alleil the Klu! TumbiirttzaScrenailcrs glided Into thu Bea of trulllc'at. a Important ns any other high school ] VTAVQI1

>Wlnter and Milton ftdwurds.rliBieronln :, Introduce a hew note I speed that caused Sir Ttod""T to activity. There are few things offered ,
the party !Mrs. Into tho In school that will he an Important ;
| were I pogriim In fact, louul clutch the sldo, of tho err 'n t-r-
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and Mrs. J, !M. Warren. All liiMruiiicntH! native to JlIgn- IC-1 'S
the guests were of Jacksonville.A viikla their songs llred with th illulkan i when he wan oncu more' ut e..e. In n convincing manner. Of course

.' : motor trip to Oalnesvllle to spirit of restlveness their "my nuniH'H sluirun. ChundiurSharon. all of us wll not become congressmen

attend n basket bull game und. i.recitations and stories are educa- I Whut Is )'our If I r".y : or even leglHlatois but
( ilancu allied In the t'JIIl'I'tllllllllt'1i1 ,', novel und ciury a high volt- ask?" I it l Is quite probufclo that r

%nf Mliis 1 Kdwardx' guests.Mlt. (.i of cheer I "I am Sir Rodger Do C.ov'y, I percentage will lio salesmen of j
-.._- There are two dally performances I of London," replied that Be: ..ttinaii. Home form or other, and a salesman '
I, AMI MltS. I,. .\. D.\\IS afternoon lit threci-forty- who cannot convince the buyer The Elias The Oakley

iTmr.iKPWOKTH: : : tlve, and night ut eight "Sir llodgcf Uo Coverlyw.! that he needs, and wants a certain TamburitzaSerenaders Concert

"" ;.0\t l'I': with program change ut O'CIO"k'l go on I Btniilcd iibont you hint. 111''''''''. whether he
The price of (ho udult week In achool. You nuiHt have no I. IM u total loss. In pust years. I j Company

Mr. and !Mrs. ,.. A. Davis do- ticket la only $2.00 making an been dead home two or three hundred we have hnd! several debates at out I'

i; lIgbltltilY entertained the members average cost of less than seventy I years at leant." school bltl' fl'ey" wore conduct' ( ,d on l 1"

't of the senior 1 lOpworth League rents for each feature. Junior "Hut nevertheless I 111m Sir Rod a very snail Hcale, and no great

Tuesday evening at their spacious Season! Tickets are but $1.00 each, 'I ger." I amount of preparation was made

,. home on !Madison street. thereby putting tills unusually "Well, well, I certainly feel by the p"rttclt'.UllJ.' As we are

The large rooms of the lower fine program within tho reach ol honored. It Isn't very often that going In for bigger and better ,

floor were opened en unite and every man, woman and child Inthu one meets old, fellows liko you. things this year, v; \vould like to''

".. the window and door drupes were. community.1 Tickets 'on sulo< Just wait until tho rent of Stiirke see n regular debate. on ome Important

tafltufully decorated with shamrocks by high school students also ut hears of thin. You're a sociable" subject staged. Tim be noil

to curry out tho St. Patrick's Coipeulng's Drug Store. old chap too. what Hay we tuWo InI ts letctved would 'o woith the I

Day /Idea. The local chautamiua commit- 'I j''II movie and then get u little something effort. :'

Many games and contests. were tee" which has pnrchtvod. thll )11'0,1 to eat." I --- ,- -

arranged for tho evening. Finally gram because It believes 'hat thoHudcltrfu Sir Hodger not knowing In the' taHSil"

every member was requested. to (Chautiui'iuu Is a valuable I 'least what a movie wax could. do :

tell an Irish Jok und It was generally Institution, cordialInvttnj! you to nothing\ but ngre'e: they were noon : llowdy folk--"V; am luvtully; !

t conceded I that !\Inrrllh attend throughout the entire threiidays. i Hunted, peacefully In tho theatre' biiHy jimt now. but we'll try to II

Hooks told the most humorous I"nd Chandler, .BHttled' down tn enjoy write. u Hula BO at not to ,dirnp- '

r one. Miss Ilii/el I Mlddletou! delighted --.----- the .show Hut not for IOIIK point you. '

i the guests with a very appropriate :M-\V; Aitmv.u.s The rllniax nf the drama WI's If you .oe n lot 01 g'.rl.'! ft.; .nn ..
reading. Mr. nnd Mrs. .F. W. Huddleston. .. ,
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The hostess, assisted, by !Mrs. K.K. :. are receiving congrutulatlons'; over --

1, .' ferryman Mrs.\ W. K:. Middle-.. a young son, born March 7, llt:! ." A Barnyard Necking Party AAJION HOFFMAN1*

ton and Mrs. Albert Anderson. Tho young, man has been nui ed'Frank CHEAT COMEDY SUCCESS

who Is HOI'hit and recreational superintendent Williams lluddleston. ..IrI GIVEANTAK
.' served "Ice rrinim en I :Mr... and Mrs. AVhlt Ilurg" :i ..fothe"

brio, cake and suited nnti, the I proud parent.( cif u liny, liorn

color scheme being curried. out In March 0. 1927.

the U'e cream nnd< the attractivejirtl'ciipH. Mr and Mrs. Curl Jono-.. ofrUniluim

W have a baby girl In ih..lrhome

iAbout twenty members nf tho -, born :March 8. 11)27):! .

younger net, Mrs.\ K.: M. Itoolts and :Mr. and\ Mrs. W. M. McKi.m.-v" ,

Mm Halle. superintendents of the ':'have a Hue boy baby born l.uvh

junior and Intermediate |OIIKII'; .,Srespoi 1 t, 11)27.j ): .

lively, nnd Kev. K. :M UooKiien \ j Mr. and, :Mrs. It. M. Kfisi. ..itThorossu. .

Joy ml the hospitality of :Mr. and. are being ,congnitul' d'on

Mrs. Davis. a biiliy b, >., bOI'lI.111": i i '

.. 1927.I .
l 11.\\ 11I.1I1C" C ,

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Of much Interest to a whIt) circle I

of 1'i'leiiil.siis the marriage ofMlsi : Flowers
Say it with
: Jouephlno Hrlnxon' of Slurkennd 'Zt't--

Haldwln und !Mr. JUIIUIH .Frank Flowers For All

David, Jr., of IlenneltsvlllH.: S. r.

which was quietly solemnized atone Occasions 1l

o'clock Mond.iy iifternooii. ztlti .rNO J Jr
February "JS. In Gainesville. at the ;

Jluptlat parsonage. Gertru'de GodbsyAnderson

The Impressive ring ceremony

was performed by the Hov. Thonim -
W. McCaul. pastor of tho -- .

(brlda InluesTllle had,) no Ilaptlst attendants church.and only The Phone 39 Waldo ....a. II I I "Mickey" the lamb: and "Bob." tne pufler. of burden, are rox>4 STARKE FLA. March 12 14 & 15r.Uf '.

I friend' *. Doth are pet of an English .farme. near LondonEn_ .lan a few friends) witnessed the lovely ....__._ ;


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Res-1 I I II r .. or multiples. H. B. Keren, .
Cola Bottler Convention In
.. That Firoc *
-1 slon III that city for three days. i i Starke. Fin. 3-4-41 the fact
I .,... Airakeit to r
:Mayor Jones attended with the
gTHTMKn nOAH)) for 'tlnul"poopie interest works
Bits of ; determination to Impress the name Was Just Fresh air, foot and good ;
of Starke on the minds of the mountain wlllt'rIn highway while you sleep

thousands who will be present, by
;II No. !S. fjood tubing( and huntIng -
I taking several crates of trawber-i I ( Right
:: reasonable prll''H.,1-
Local IS rles and chamber of commerce literature drown. Sam C. HoRBPil;. Shooting:
Creek, N. C. 3011-4-1-21-
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.1 Till Tambiirltzn Seretmders. ,
FOR SAL.K: .-140 "'hll.. Leghorn; $
who play on the native JiiftoSlovakla I
Concerning Our People Business and ;
i hens 11 months old;: layingabout ; 7
Instruments, will please you ,,
Progress of the County and Town. t TO per cent of oggs! now ;
recitations I and stories.
1 wlth.I1II1..le. In lots of 20 or loss. $1.. 50 each:
HadcllfTe Chautnu< ua, March! I2I,
| .. lots of 50 to 20, $ I. H rnch; all
14 and 16th. net season ticket
i for M.40 each. ; must, act quick
r ------- --- ------ : and have the full)1 advantage; of thin
before I arrange to keep| them ;
Mr. J. II. Kelly: of llrooker, Will! vited to the large tent near the I: splendid Chaiitnunua. come\ and coo. t ht'l1II.. .1. (',,\.

I In Sturke Saturday. courthouse -- Kant: I.nwtoy. Fin. 3-11-L'l:
I You will miss a treat: If you fall .
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to attend 1 the UnclrllfTo Cliautiiu-
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Expert tire repairing at Su- T. A. Andrews and little Roll 1 11I0y. qlllthat licKlno Saturday alI'I"I 1 STKAWnKIlRY PLANTS= FOR
| SMKNow: = orderln, Mlsslonnry -
f preme Service Stations returned Monday from Jacksonville nuon March the 12th nt three' C. tJJ t
"Irnwh'rl'" plants from O.
where Hoy wns taken to fortyfive.A I i
\VulliT and Ilros. for runners
Hlverttlde tit
Col and Mrs. D. K. IiulghtUi Jrentment -- T front JudMonl.i. ,\rk. been I
for broken collar bone.Mr. .
"1)(>Monday! In Jacksonville number of the members of i plottingVnller plunlfl for several Financial Success May He Described '' ''i

r Mrndford Lodge I F. & A. !M. attended >ents and hero, t never+ found '

You'll like our service at Supreme : and Mrs C. II.. Sum 11 wood, the ceremonies of oho ,i iCnlnesvillo lieu I mixed with other vurletlos. rt

Service Stations. who have been guests; of :II r. and ; order Tuesday. evening; I Thcro is none better. Few days In the WorcUSAVINGMultiply I rtI
Mrs. J. II. Lord left Tuesday for. I the Initiation period, 'lie hIlt I followed ngo. I topped HOIIIO 'quarts wild

For your want* In the grocery their home In Traverse City. Mich. by a haiKiuet. A mo UK UIOMH I I nlno berries. Price.. $2.150 per : tho numln-r, of days you can reasonably: expectto !

lino nee Klckllter.: Mrs. Smallwood and :Mrs. Lord are from Starke were Messrs.. H.: \V.I i I thousand fob. Judxonla.. Ark. to
I reusonnWy,) expect
sisters. Hayes. J. K Corpenlng;, \\". 11. Cash with order. J. II. Mooro. live by; the amount you\ may

Air Is the life of the tire. Have I I :Middleton. J. M. :Mitchell, J. ,\.1' Lnwtoy Flu I earn per day, not even excepting holidays, accidents 01'forrl.tI I '

Miller and Goodyear Tires and\ Morgan; J. T. !Barnes, R. J. Davis, 1-21-81-3-11 and how much 'lIlI'rlln expect to
tested idleness see
your tires at Supreme Serf 4
Tubes at Supreme Service Stations. L. O. Powell T. N. Kendrick, --
vice Stations. Phones 13 and 83 A. KtilK'ht. S. L. reek A S. (' c'l< "I FOR .\I.I'--MII'A! : and fomale hogs have after dl'dudlnA'I'nll"1I1: ,

I. A. Mitchell for liroedlnK. stock. Spotted Poland It i is plain that there must: bt some additional, source

Oscar Andreu of Stuart, For China crossed. with Dane\
+ was a your health's sake buy -- ---
I of income.SAVINGS.
business visitor to Starke Satur your choice Kansas cornfed Inspected :NOTICK: 1'0' 'III K.: 1'1'111.1< (' I Hod Duroc Rib stock. giving
day. meat ana Oversea groceries ; This frock Is an answer to all thnlO! two litters twelve and thirteen i is the 8nworlBANK !

at Marcotte & Smith, next] to I have resumed my IlI'msllldl- baffling bctuwn"' problems. Ii la to litter yearly. Thin stock I I VIit

Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. Moore ami the railroad. ing business at the home of my suitable( for between occasions sac h 119 I been bred lip during thu "IU"'I' Ii
and infurnul
family of .Citra, epent Sunday In parents. Mr. and Mrs. : A. II. crl''I1.1; When neither sports nor evening dunlin troth, I' seven years. South, Cut ml i OF STARKE

this city Superintendent of Schools Wiggins All business will bo greatly appreciated Jeem quite rijjht. It Is neither too youth- I Shepherd strain AIII'OI1lbid 111..11 ,

and members of lie .school '' by me. 1 ful nor too old! for that in between. nubd I and setting; OKKS; : from stock av- I' 4

0. !M. Inman spout \\'eln".11.1"In board. !Messrs. L. ,V. Klckllter Mrs I'curl Snyder. eb age, when a"girlish" frock is ncornc.1 eraglng': ; 250 opgs; yearly. II "Thero is no Substitute for Safety"On

Jacksonville attending to busi I). !May and L.V.. Surrency 11'1 nd a sophisticate creation is ruled out. only pays! to ralso the best lu -
ness tended convention of school t'. II. <'. \\ii.i- ciivi ('.\ICE. HXI.I:: '' Moreover it Is just right for that in- I stock the uxpcnsu will b. practically j {
a men bctwetn season when winter clothes icrmtirod and ,) slack E:\Era Measure if /Vi/.' ?<,on
---- -- --- RHINO gun I
In Jacksonville Wednesday. I ) out and real summer Clothes "I.u.k "
Mr. Orvllle J. UrII K. of Jacksonville The W. T. Weeks chapter, U. 1) chilly. It Is of I.UTctn with .wll bin ''
spent the first. of tho A number of public spirited bun C.. will give: a cuke, pie and candy around' smart square{ neck und i !ii", l i- ,, coupe' In good condition trim Mta.tu't. Cf! ,fcMie\

week In Stnrke mean men of Sturko have ranged! I sale Saturday, afternoon the 12th: lar Bklrt. The tmrKcltc; ( sleeve. .ire for Niih, t'. I.otsrh, Hturkp It-I I

to give; tho town the advantage of lust., at :Mitchell's lirng Store. :, modish, and Kranful.Meadvllle. \. mi ill
I Q .51 .a. vp'1 4' .ai '
Full line of fresh garden': and' :
Radcllffe's Chaiitauqtia for three o'clock. :Mrs
course Sale begins; at tCopyefrbl{ rv ; i' 11"rk; ) tt
Held seed Kkklllpr'lI. throe: days, March 12th llth and i J. M. llrownlee, ilinlrtmin. --- -- ----

I __ ___ I I ,
llith. Come out and pnjoy the : Church Services I)- .O /ID
See "Give and Take" the ="ow'York Hood music. lectures and other entertainers. : I I'll..1n': > llowon. ('.,.111I' I) II
comedy, presented, by tho I Key: Klii. ; \\'. "'.''',,1. 1'ulutkuV.; .1

Had<'lltl'e players. Large: comfortable 1 -.-. -- -- I I.I Knot Pulalka ; C. aL Stove.) t., n.8 4 4'4'4'' NMT. )

tent, on the lot next to courthouse I Col.) and :Mrs. Stephen: (1. Thomas Wm. P. FerKeson.: for u'' Sanford ; Mr. and :Mrs A. =N. :M\iiK'H! riiruriiKPisror.u FEEDS CRATES

on West Call street. StnrkeMrs. ,, of :New York City =X Y.. who number of years editor of Iho I :tow,. Ml. Horn ; Sidney Rovers : ,I +,

-- ----.- havo been upending( ': the past' two 'Times-Herald of .Franklin Pa., (I'rpsM-nt City : /1. K Wiggins.Jiven ; ,
1) 1:. Knight: ; and Mrs.! W. months In Palm llcnili spent Wednesday I spoke to the members of the Chan i [; Covo Springs; Mr. and! Mrs.Frank : Sunday services. :

J. Kpperson. visited frlenila In Lakn and Thursday In Starko tnuipia.. Woman's Club on K. Jennings, .luchnonvlll; I .10 am., Church School.\

Duller Wednesday. guests; of NrN and, Mrs. John) 11. I day afternoon Mnrch 3, Thlll's-I Mrs. It. II. Iliirnclt+ JnrkHotivllli; 11 ii in., Morning Prnyer. I I FERTILIZERS MO

Thomas.Mr. situation In Mexico" Major Per-I I Mr. und Mrs. J. arkln Jarhlonville H. 8. CAUI.KTON.: : Hector. I

f Mrs. C. D. Shank of Jaqksonville ; Keson; who has been Interested I II

spent Saturday In l starke O. II. Mitchell of Phoenix. I Mexico during the greater part 111\\ M. ('ii rsnn. Tampa' ; Rlt-hnnl, I Ml! ;'rBntNST ('In'IU'1i I

1 with her mother, Mm. Lily Lewis. Arizona made a flying trip from I his life. Is well authorized to lurton. New York N. Y ;; Mint I --- i II

J '-- Jacksonville. Friday evening to upon that subject In his talk he,I LoIn Ilutchlnson, (1 II hw"vllitO.; I ( Knoch: Marvin Rooks, Pastor, ) I II
visit with his brother O. A. stated briefly on outline of the I Sunday school Sunday morning,
Have you a flat tire? Call Su- ; I n. Neman, rinlnesvllle; F. A.
of Mexico which dates from i L. A. Davis, SIIIt.I .
Mitchell and family leaving Saturday history i iI
preme Service Stations. Phones Fishier Lock haven Pa.; Mlsn K. O
the 1519, thus explaining the I PreuchliiK Sunday morning at
I I morning for Birmingham Ala. I year
13 and 83. ([;1. Cooke Lock Haven Pa. I
f I ---- political and religious': positions ofMexico |I 11 o'clock on "The Fathers ofOur UIi
, I, they today. At the I I Alice Josephine Cantwell, Co- and In l1p, evening; We wish to announce to the public that
"Mr. and Mrs. E. Sumner Rust as are Country
needs I D. C.
If your car cleaning! or ,' I lumbus Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
:" greasing, give us a ring at 13 or 'of Grand Blanc, Mich., who bare close of his talk Major Fergeson; McDonald, Lngdon N. H. ; Jonlette at 7-30: on "The 1o'llthllnK Farmer and fertilizer

83. Supreme Service Stations. i i been .spending the winter in St. replied to questions asked by members I Lawrence, North llrnrd I'll.? Cldeon. I IIIIIerru..1I,11p Ii we have opened a feed, crate II I
of the audience concerningour League; Sunday afternoon I
Petersburg, stopped in Starke Sunday
-- Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Mutsnn Holly
0' Fine tailoring, cleaning press while on their way home. relation with Mexico lie has wood. lo'IIL.0'; W. Schmidt, Wnldn.Mr. ut 2 o'clock\ o store in the Durling building near the Depot -

ing, dyeing, repairing. M. Levl- They were guest of :Mr. and Mrs.J. been requested by Mrs. Lee Joseph nnd Mrs. II. R. Holding, Senior I.engiio Sunday C'vPl'llIli I

ton. 218tt. 11. Lord while here.Circle president of, the Hiaulauqua rncksoiivlllo ; Mrs T. L. Alley nt 0 I--Hi o'clock and are now in position to supply your [ll j
I Woman's Ohio to resume the discussion Pinvor meeting+ Wednesday. evening
-- -
of tlio I of the name subject at a lacksonvlllp;; Mr. and] Mrs. O. C. nt 7:30: o'clock. in these lines. As have bought
Number One / needs we
!Mrs.! S. E. Jones of Sampson' Williamson, Jacksonville; IIII'11.1 :..
business! visitor to Methodist W. al. S. held Its regular I future meeting of the organiza Mrs SV.. Marshall Jr., Samuel -- '
City wan u l'IlI'SII"nIU.'IIt'IU'1i; : '
Starke Wednesday afternoon business meeting with Miss t Ion. Marshall, II I. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. [j for cash we can save you money. Call and 1'1)1'1)j ,

),' -- Olive clay !Monday Hfternoon. Mr. and! Mrs. K, I'. Caughey; and Llttle, Jacksonville. : :Miss Martha.Baxter The annual meeting will{ be hold ,I
, I)
Mrs. ,1V.. White had charge: of Mrs II. '\ Strong! of Keystono stock.
" Congressman' ; II. A. Green returned I Mr, and Mrs.Vm. 1II11.'kIin. at the c-hiinh on Wednesday eve inspect our
from, his duties in Washington the devotional and Mrs. F. 1..1 Heights: spent Sunday at Green OIlIIl"IIVIlIt.'Irlllnill: Frazero ,, ning. larch \lith at 7:30: nt HIP u t
Wise lender, took charge of the ,I 'ove Springs.Mr. ; ) 'le. Memphis To nil. ; Thonuii ;
!; on Tuesday. > from nil d"I.III.t.,1I1l'nlK -
liiin-h Reports
and :Mrs. S. F. Il.ibbitt and I
business meeting I 1 (
._ ___ I Miss Elizabeth C'RUghey; were Boyle) MemiihlH. Tenti.{ ; of church. work will bo pro- Ili
, Mrs. W. P. Randall of Jacksonville I'lioebi' Fruzer. :Memphis. Tenn.: i'litt'd nt this moot Inn.! These rolioits -
i spent Saturday here with Attend tho Chnutuitiua lIe"t" I guests ut a chicken dinner at tho I VIr. and Mrx.V M: Pepper. ,I.J I'. willbo' from, Din IrIlM"...... n Ito e

her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Saturday, Mond.iy und Tuesday home of Mrs. Clyde Punghorn :tlnrxhnll\ iiixl party, iulnusvlllo; Iho session.. I Iho Sunday, ,m'lioul, tho jJ 1
anti will( be delighted with tho Sunday. March C.Mrs. i iI I.
you ----- +
Alvarec.Vllli I Carl Nelson has returned has iiulni'd, half mil I['brlstliin)i I Knileavor: 11m Woman'sAuxllliiry 'Jo e
entertainment offered by talented : I Florida u

\ each Jiir Ciolilrn PCIICIM musicians lecturers. and dranmtlsts. I I to K, vst'ino height': after a short I lion people In the past two nrhree and, the Church 'l'r"II-1! Bennett & Hemingway 1 1o .1

will Buy your ticket toil.iy.. visit in Alabama and Louisiana. I I years whkh shows that quite' IIrl'r.'I'h. ,
lllcttrlk ( purchased UP -
_____' '_ __ ___ I Miss Lulu Oarrlson, of 81'I'IIIK11..111. few new people hnvo taken up( Than h llniiiiii-
gave.; one> largo Imx GoMen'PaciMkI'nco tho close of the' hiislnnssmeotliiK I
Ohio In spending few days heir resldenu In this slate Spec- '
0\\,1.-""'It 10:1': ;". ('ur.II'ulnae's Try our service"' at Supreme a ,'I I will serve n banquet ntI
Service Stations. at the home of her ,cousins Mr. ilutlon In Florida landx has ceiis- Starke, Fla. O

HI-UK Store. -. -- hind :Mrs. K. P. Cuughey.': of l Key- 1',1, 'and,I the entire state has Hftlli-d, he I Munse. J. M. Mltihcll{ will nut i'' 11
I of Urn to farming and fruit nr "Circle "Number: Two Htone Heights. ilown "
Mrs.'Marie\ McMaster! en'ortu.u- I of toasts. I
number _
her stork mixing and rail In- i and a 8 -OCIO.OCIO- ,
Methodist W. !M. S. met Monday Mlsi Garrison In on way lug und ioao .
ed the II. (i. I n. Club on Mondayevening tn.
afternoon. 3:30: o'cloik at the north after a tour of the southern lustrles. and devnlopmeiitu of all I will b" responded I -- --
at the home of Mim Flor night, by request,
1 Next Sunday ':
homo of Mrs. J. L.. Pickerel Mrs part of the state. kiILdH.'lIh| the vast sums liclnxtpent I II
ence Matthews on Walnut street. his views of
wi. give
lir Tucker
L. A. Davis hud charge of the :Mrs. Ella Bird' entertained l Mr. by public utility companies
of the W. W. Klnrald at dinner' throughout the state It will only ('ubii his' hn saw conditions. them.
meeting due to the Illness and Mrs.!
Mr. K. Kuscera of Cleveland III being thorp. Cash SaleMarguerite's
In official lender Mrs. A. Z. AdkIOB.1 on Sunday, March S. Mr. and Mrs. he question of tins when iiiiinylty : Ian win fortunate ; II Extraordinary
Ohio, Is spending a few days at the height of tourist season.Sunday .
at Inn from dwellers will bn \living': oil
to business Interests. At the close of the business Klncald l are guests! Jhe :: 1
Starke. attending Srr\ln' t
u social hour wa.i enjoyed In whirls' =Niagara Falls N, Y. (,ountry estates! and there will be I
xchoul at 10
Mrs. Pickerel served light refreshments. Mrs. D. O. Stuart, .('Gaines 'arjim everywhere modern fuririH Sunday

ville, was entertained at luncheon with modern eiiulpmnnt.Very M. Truby superintendent. MrsrK.
If you have to replant get good ... :. I., Drown Is In charge; of the Shoppe
at the home of Mrs.t', II. Ogden; I ----- (
fresh seed from Klckllter's.J few crops| "reriulrn tho mllltlon Illbli class and all older\ yiooplo'will
For health's sake buy' of Keystone Heights! on Monday. I
your soils. of the BibleIwith
-- of lime to Florida enjoy the study
coated Inspected I
March 7. ,
;Ia'. and Mrs. II. T. Hall hays your choice Kansas Limestone added. to the soil has h Mrs. llriiwn. I II
groceries and Mrs F. M..cValwrathand
moved here from Gainesville and meat I been found by the, Joxl'rlrnC'flt I I Morning! sermon at 11 o'clock '' Dresses Reduced 'n
Marcotte & Smith next to son Frank Merle Jr., of Keystone : -
have apartments at the home of at Station to IIP harmful to pimrmU" to which all are Invited In thin :
the weekendIn
Heights, spent
Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. the railroad. I corn velvet begins II lid strawber evening at 7:10: : the snlijott will
-- Oxford 0.1.! where their son.
-- -- Is
--oO-- ries. hI' ('Uhll As It Today
C. Jones left Tuesday, Lawrence is attending Kinory: '
PeWItt : _
lecture .
be inoilnat
There will a Tho Christian Endeavor $7.75$22.50Formerly
for Atlanta. Ca.! where University Academy.The seed. all
Sunday afternoon at the Chautau- evening I Peanut, and rhufii : va 1I' 45!i Tbono meetings' have
qua tent at 3:45.: Everybody in he will\ attend the National= Coca new school building at Key- It-tics beaiiund corn seed !90. been well ullondoil and full of Interest -

stona Heights; will be ready for day velvet licans and Ited. mine IIn-
Our young! people uro

Old Snldiers* Home Captured 'ilK.ui'commodato' this week. both This grade building school will .Irlidi 3-11-21 potatoes J. F Kl<-kilter_ <.comliiK hon"-'hOn quilt' Influent In the $ I 530:

and high school t
Hiinday Muroli 20th thoro

The Allegheny.!Keystone College Heights held Alumniof a bun- A % will lie u reception of inomboiHUSKH j jHATSBELOW

"quiet the Woman's Thursday club night': building.March .1 This, at [CFNT WORD -- All Tub Dresses, $4.50 jI

college Is well represented at'Keystone COLUMN I

I Heights and members of II i
o /'R >$i Q M Alumni there hold liiterentln'1' FOIL SAI.K; Strawberry plant.*, -, : CARS COST

meetings. Speakers' at tin banquet ;:[ Arkun as :Ml iioiiurl>*s, t'l !fio) ,

Thursday night were: Miss per lODD. .plus i" "I'II"H. n. C Look These Over

Florence Harper Senator .' I'. I II j I t tidy. Stark, 3-l-2t- ,

Miller.! Dr R II. iambic. Dr. WANTKH:\ (' tie. tlniluT. Will 1(25!( Dodge Spoclal Touring. For Immediate Disposal

, Win II. Crnuforu gave a short use any thing mnnitiirliiK' 10/) In Touring.
192 r odin Special
I IlIlkIIKM; .lUder xpoko or: nllige I
black or
Pine, r eypruss xnin
; women Hcnuto Mllicr t ld Ford Conpo.It23 .
oak.. II. II Keren. Ktarka, Flt.TOMATO : ?:
of the work being di.'Kby, Dr. 3.04-UO

Hue he. who i, now p'c' :d'':at of --- -- ; Hop! Touring. i I Thomas Edison: whit spondi. his ness might! bo closed on Sin

the co...'"". Dr. Ciamlil" think us'IH PLANTSNow! = ready' ; Two 3-1 Ton Panel Delivery\ winters at Fort Myers I Is working but to prohibit !golf playing;

"II hjl.t. "('ollel(" .\I h 1"\11.\ : I $2.5011"1' tboiisatid. C. A. DurlltiK. truck. ,, u i-xpi-rlnipniM with rubber growing 'Sunday\ ax South ('arolllllhas i 'L

(;uestx "ri-Klstored; ut I Kstone | Sturko and Therossa rnad. and thinks that south Coorglu will not redound, to) the erect

Inn during the week .beginning near Theressa. S-ll-lt See ut for ,dependable! used cars ''and Florida would make Idxal, tho slat- in any why It Is cot

Fabtuary as:I Hi tire: Mrs.: Ilrooke --------- places to raise rubber In quantities I that evi-n with Homo. of our

M O. White JI'lrH.. John II. Floyd l. ,, WANTED= : TO Jill? -A larK; number nro"k In/-1'1I/ tnlpK"11 Company With all of our other" rue bound litws In Florida tho I p' 4

Mr. John 1) Floyd l, :Mrs. Schnyler of drove cuttlo. Write numi Dodge Druthers Sales and Service sources rubber would come lu fln. us a whole will not .condnmn .

Floyd. Mrs. Wm. Glllesple Mr: K. i her and price per lI
\\". Perdue. Mrs. Irving Meislck, 91, ,Alva Fla. :3-ll-2t can demonstrate whether It will cleanest. sport lii the world l

.,ofa :Mrs. Frank II. Jackson Mrs. Curtis 231 K: Unlveralty. Ave. Phone 142 bo prolltablo or not Harvey Firestone young and 1 old alike.

r L'pshaw. Mrs. Charles Dunbeck I WANTED-Pine and cyrp"s I Gainesville, Fla.. Is' also Interested. In the .

attacked the SHWtell. Old sol- [ Mr. W. A. Honna and Mrs. Chax. short logs! Hap no objection. I proposition. Tllvarlt"135.0(1) bond use

Not a BUD was fired when pirates C.lit The pirates, tak*ut. to the ('lough all of JacJciohvlTle; Mis I 10 Inch diameter at small end I \ .---- for paving! four miles of I

dears' Home, aear Los Aagrles.taught the resident a few Uuuces, and, lu I 1 Mary E. MfClintock", Meadvllle I and, up.. If log be 20 Inch will II I .J<.JJ<.JI.rA u Places of regular nomos of busi streets during 1927.

llotin by the Red Cross.tauabt the Itrates. a- tow it ps. Pa.; Mist Florence E. Harper, pay for two All logs to be 8.8 ri
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'" The President Was Too Busy! COUNTY counsoIlounsI'Roce.J: :

; >lS{; .
I For Perfect Sewage Use

I! Farmers & Farming The Board of County Conimls- Hubbard

Y loners of Bradford County. Flor- I Septic

'Ida met in regular oeaHlon ]Monday,

I' ( It) .\icrh-ullurnl. Editor: ) March 7th, 1927 will nil nu-mherj Tanks

present an follows: LonlH! It[. Hill ,
rhnlrman, J. I.,. Undcrlilll, J. O. the next best to city sew-

I tR ft Crows, G.! "'. IlinHon and I,. R. age. :Family size put in ;
C I .
with 40

BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY !and approved. seepage, $60.00. Factory,

Applications] for willows for :Mrs.II 243 So. Fifth St., Gaines-
\J: = ,a rrr IeV. M t. Sowolt. widow of A. J, Sow-
ville Fla Mail a card
\KM 1'110111.1'1'HI:: : loud iiie.M-ruilloii/ and prepimithin'' ell a confederate veteran, wax presented -

I .0\i'ollll'HI':1I: : MIIT: : limniiiuin.iKenii'iil.) I. gardening" : and approved. and I will call and explain -
1/1.' 1.-:" ..:\!i'olO> i'oT.\I'I"I poultry, dairy anil homo" Improvement liond of (i. II. Coition for Notary it to you.

work, both Insldo. and out- ,, | Public at Hrooker .'Iorllla', wait

CalllexvIIIFhl A c-onferi-nci Hide Almost 210,000 boys were ,presented and approved.!

1 i f HIP nupprvlHory! tiilY of the AK'iiltural enrolled In one or moro club pro The follcwng; names \\'...reHtrl..kell C. E. Hubbard

> ICxIC'iiHlnn lilvlHlon andi Jt-els In 1921!' This represents a from the pauper roll : Gainesville, Fla.

i i> !Stab Homo I><'nHtrutlon IiuirlinrMl consliK'nible, growth of membership I' Mrs. Lee Powell Susan: Sweat

3 ., WIIH held, hf-ri' liiKt week over the previous year. The I( Sirs Zona Box, Willie Martin and

I ICIIHldl-r MO 1110 I 111 plll'l Hilt I'oh-,, ) demonstration projei undertaken James Conyer. '

I ills fiuliiK extc-imlon wnrki-i-H lit were, limited only by llin problems When this group of glut from a musical: show called on President Coolidge, the executive was too The -,"" ,.
of It. L. Cht-Hxpr of
i in present IIr1l('. Olio) of the of the form Itself ('urn, earnest busy, with mottos end nil. to see them Having, nothing else to do, the girls practiced n tow dunce names
TheroHsa and II.[ J. rock, of
let tapirs CllHI-IIIHCll III mulls (>C cotton, und other i-ropi-. Stepa on the White House )awn.IItll'.1'I'IoV Never Fails Neeer Fails!

r o slate lit prom-nt, and It wan poultry, pigs, dairy and beef "cattle Starko were placed upon tins To Drive Worms Prom Children
-- --- pauper roll at allowance of $8
Jr i i n! ciiliiliin| nf Ihn I Kxti'iiMlon: men und other livestock, were" th : AS 'I 1'111: tlnually striving to Improve the an WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE
r per
i at Florida, "ah'1 .MUCH should pro- I type of club work chosi-n: by I thegrrutnxt r.XKMCIC: KEEN: : IT type) of service offered to country Destruction to the Worms
AOEXT.H1 HKPOKTS; The matter of anses8ment of J.
f 'f number of I Child
Harmless the
inureiconomlcul) boys. to
A i ,ire milk on a children. Among the advntages
1 i ,,slit and, dial the roimiiinliiK puliI Tim money value of Hie I club I, provided by the larger rural H. Saxon laid over until first Monday Price 3Se ptr 110"'" Sold by I
Iln I not strive. to keep the farmrhltdreu In April, 1927.
: I i' should In urged to liMO Floruprodiici'il production, of them boys and girls schools are ,good buildings. well Bradford Culled I alock of The ('<>rH>niiiK'tt Drug Store'
i>n the farm hut makeavailable following resolution offered
milk I In 1 prefi'i-c-m. 'c> to has hi-en more than Its (cost leaving prepared teachers, supervising 850 hens eliminating; 390 culls.
v lolp milk that) IIUH 'been shipped a liberal margin fur the dubmember's In IhfmducatlonuI op- After the elimination and passed:
principals longer egg production -
,poilunltltPH to three provided for Whereas, the General
r. i'. from, mil of the Hlntc. Nevertheless. was cut only two or three
community activities and efficient
r It In lniiiiHnil| \li> for city health the (-ducatlonal Influence of the ,if'lfy!! lilldren, that rural an well arhlldren < pupil dozen per day. Fund has been exhausted until COLDSM THE FLU

Ntb' j ttltot Ilex tu Hiipcrvlno the pru'ji1I work In establishing better farm i urliHii may -celve the transportation systems taxes are collected, and] that therein
Hural Siix-n IMII-M
| Help n"bpr.-Abollt 30 men attendeda
>' ; \ (' icloti of milk tlmt IH Khlpix-d In, and home practices Is regarded bs foundation of a Illn-ral f'dllf'ollnll > now III the Widow's Pentdon To break up a cold overnight or
'and thus he prepared to follow theartirtly 4 HRtsunin. meeting held last Fund $250.00. which\ will not be
id llilH milk or may not li<* Its main value. short attack of
may to cut an grippe
Hural supervisors render a valuable month and all seemed to be In-
: In life for which disbursed for
It After outlining In MlHiellanPOIIS they mo Home time, und that I
i r a good uriiilc ViiiH pointed service In Influenza sore throat or tonsllltls
'honk udapted. This IH one of the IIA"llItllItea.cher8/ terested. Interest In the Farm Bald fund will\ be reimbursed from
milk whlih linn linen Circular KD-M] tlio variousclub
it that ;
pusi and
( to physicians druggists are now
adapt instructions to the Individual Bureau Is
concltiMloiiH ncrennlng.!: A vetch demonstration the
., and uillvltles In de-tail (; .E. oxpri-HHpd Informally collection of Bad assessment
i i-rlxi-d In-fore" II IH Klilppi-d e"rKe recommending Cnlotaha, the purl-
needs of In
pupils rural Is showing wet],
I In "'101" barren, of tho ofllce\ of at a meeting/ n large/ group of up for General Fund.
1i'' : Ihe-n aKUln piiHtt-iirlzcd i Cooperative schools, UH In others, some pnplllj fled and refined calomel compound
r i a a llli'H i before. It IH dlHlrllmtPd' IHi 1 ExtensionVork: point, : out Iowa. farm people( recently and reported full to keep up with their classes. Jluval-Much Interest In growing Therefore, He It Utesolve'd, That tablet that gives you .the effects

5 i it of an wood iiiullty| a* If It had I I that t there are about 11,000,000 by the Hecretary-treaKiirer In the same schools are lorage crops and permanent we do ask the Honorable Ernest of calomel and salts combined,

of I I '(-11 11U"III..rl1.ed only once, nndi rural boys and girls between the of I the Iowa Fuim liureati Federation that receive high mnrks pupils pastures Is In evidence among Amos State Comptroller, to authorize without the unpleasant' effects of
i 'iat In Florida.. ages of 10 and 18 In Ihls country. In the November Issue of dairymen of the county. They re- the transfer of $260.00 either.
1'I? I Nearly 3,000,000 of theso chiefly, "Midland Schools", tho Iowa they devote little time to .their lessons alize the Importance> of economical from the Widow's Pension Fund '
ext"neimt Such situations are not uncommon One or two Calotabs at bedtime
State Teachers',
: of
between j 4 und 18 years old are Association publlcatlnn. production dairy products. to the General Fund.
z neither are they easy to with a swallow of w ..tertbat's ,-
with the not lid< school. This Is JUghlllndThe first farmers' Iteports of County Judge JailInale.tor
t. ump iiKi-ntH: to help an average ,
understand i.; to meet them successfully all. No salts, no nausea
I -olilein of miirhi-lliiff' farm Irn.II.tA of about 116 per county.Thes Other opinions concurred In by market ever In operation In this and Inspector of marks
commands the wisdom ol nor the slightest Interference with
i wlili-h IH facliiK Florida'' boys und girls are greatly the Kroup mentioned ere: The county was started early this year and brands received and ordered
an expert, gained by years of your eating, work or pleasure.
'' 1 irnu-rH. wax dlm-uxm-d, aim In 'need of further prc-partlon for I burden of school support" should and Is doing a good business. It filed. has
training/ 'HI experience. Such Next morning your cold vanished -
Getting Into their own prublemvo life through public agencies. Tho I bn equalized throughout the state; IH located In the center of Sebrlug. Widows pension claim of Mrs.Nannie .
knowledge we ran hardly expertthe your system thoroughly
home I-II stub\ IH HchoolH should, care for Hume for Indian Hlver Havo Holmes received
> exti-iiHlon and 1 "'UOII- system a most h helpful -- spent considerable and ordered -
I average teacher to possess, but purified and you are feeling fine
i ration proplo found that tlieyp agency for this service." When whom enrollment In it public time In helping to fight paid $ I 0.50 per month.
thousands of with for break-
rural teachers, Inexperienced a hearty appetite
1'' In 'heel o. more PII hi kn IIUIIII. It Is KIIIII"'plllly manned with Hchool IH Impossible, ; UKrlmltiire: '' serious forest flres. A good many There being no further hualneHR,
anil poorly trained, fast. Eat what you please,-no
hut that fund nro not vallublni trained lenders II can rc-uch n should. rocelve more attention In groves have been ruined by fire Hoard adjourned until the next .

I?, ,i- thin wurk. It WIIH pointed out grunt;" many In thin large group of I the stale's m-liool system ; qualifications are constantly confronted by In the' past few weeks regular meeting:, which will ho danger.Get
; equally complex problems. The a family package
$ I that the only thing for general dlnilintlon young people wlio are not In of ti-iH-herH Khnuld he rala- results frequently' "re failure to LeonFarmers of the Mlccosu- held first Monday In April, 1927. Ing full direction, only 35 cents.
piihllHlii-d) liy lIp Afirli school, well led! especially In one-room nndcoimolldnltMl O. W. ALDBKMA.V,
;( nH an u great( manywho schools lie prompted! and years" of retardation kee section are going strong for At any dr. g tON advtfToday's
cultural i Extension\ Division since ure. ; moral conditions Biitsumus. having dot 1.500 trees Clerk and Auditor.
among/ pupils In )ruralschools.
it In the schools,
should be
iu first of .Inly IIIIK seen iti tills season. Farmers of the
county .
it l l.irs1'I': I/NII'l Improved. ---- ----"-- --'-----* *
i i nil and liiiino cnli-iulur. Several I : i plan to feed out a number of !
i ulletlns ere' needed. 01 u son IU,I.III"C'llOI'oI : The l work' of rural school- as Recent Investigations: In Illinois hogs and cattle. One hundred :I.1'II 1'-----

Other topics discussed Tin-* iiutLet's pointed out thin and elsewhere have denlotxtruted
n were by /group) of tons of fertilizer huve been purchased -
l [ _>nernl" county and home demoni furmerH, I IB ruining for citizenship that a large percentage: of pupils cooperatively I by farmers of

i ration" intent: problems, flub) not forget to plant some In a 1I.lInll'III'I'p .adult activity Is compelled to repeat HI hool. l work I the county.

v ork, pasture dPinniiHtrallons! ilt- Hiill-bnlldlng, crop this )'('111'. It complicated and varied.. Mural i fail to do any better I the HHI'OIiII 1 MarlonCabbage and lettuce I II

r, is work. (,1... Hi-emu tlmt we have nn unusually' lilldren are" entitled I to that brand time, and it la self evident that have been moving fast recently.

t t All dInn-lit I agents and special- good, oppoitnnliy' to devote Nome (1l'lllllllIthllh will help them to pupil retardation Is undesirable J'olk-Callnlng grades of
; grapefruit -
M; is of the State! Home DemoiiHlra- ti limo to Improving, the entity of develop In the best ]possible jnuiini from every point of view In many are In demand, even being j
tV: i our In salt now. Indlcnllons > and : counties ax. a means of preventing
on Department and the Agrlculi nre "r offer them. opportunities shipped" 1 out of the state for
canning -
Ni ,.;, i i nil Kxlenslon (I !VHOII| | were Ini that prices for many farm products tn "Ilnd themselves" for their life pupil failure and retardation, ;. Interest shown by
i"Itendnncc.IMPOKTAM. are not going to be us high work. In order that rural school hourds of education with the nd- grapefruit and guava ,I I FordCar

y this year us they have been In recent meet their obligations; most satlsfnctorlly vlco" of county superintendents ducts regardng locations In hy-pro'l Polk I

'i': Of Itl'H\I, years. It Is entirely possible I the best prlclples' In employ rural school supervisorsto county

CM'IlVOItK: SHOWN IIYRI that we could get moro' money Hchool administration, II mare, assist teachers with their I

<:VIIW OF) TUN: YIIIRS: for our crops by reducing till acreage Hiipervlslon, nail orgitnlzatldiimust I every-day school problems. The ('iltl'efPlnes I

/ planted to ninny of ItuetnI If be employed. supervisor and teacher working: -
we reduce rim together, study! the needs of each I
acreage I land not '
South ( 1'11111111 will grow well on lands
'' Sd"H.I
III 1-11! Impi-oti-
reviewing dub work '
over nlnnti'd' to money und food pupil.i I ( A child who does' not road Before
ie ten-year perld.' lll! I-1ICM! following should not bo left id loVe should crops i ""'111 I\-wmlnlloii, Im' -pnl'ii I'I-OH., i well Is encouraged, to rend Inter- too poor for other crops. f you buy any make of automo-

tho passage of the Smllhvtr plant it leguminous/ 1 1which I"'I'"A1'11I', I IfHtliiR stories, ; a pupil hnckwardin AH bile, let us show you Today's Ford Car.
crops I School I a man ttowetb. HO shall he
Improvemont association
''J Acl, It Is i-lvnr. that tho 1 5- number work IH. given ports 1 '
not only will I Iho s
keep land
In Koufh reap. Sow good l needs and
'III'"II1L mined I and reap
110.000 farm boys and girls whoI expended I
I / from gut ng down in fertility, but drill, In th > fundamental number You consider that know
I eve been engaged/ / In 4-11 club i $9tko0!): for school improvement i operations one who writes 1'001'1 I good crop8.I may you the
but will add fertility I In the form" ;
i!r ark duping this time have Hindu during HIB year ended Ford Car. You
o "f humus nnd nitrogen., ly IH given extra limo and regular :Mattress !may have been a Ford
i a' t genuine and siiliHtnntlnl contrli Juno ::10.) 1925. Tile largest; I covers made of unbleached
; Our lauds Is our bank. What I assistance with penmanship; 1 muslin ore owner for and think
.e i ill Ion to the Improvement of amount reported for any one as- easy to remove years you are familiar -
and thosn who
master their h lessons
'. wo put Into it determines In largo .
V merlcan farm life, Recording, to srcintion< was $1 .fili: l.2ii. and thenvernge and easy to launder. Theyprotect with the
ineniiiro what we /get out of It. Wean quickly mire supplied( with the mattress nnd l splendid satisfaction
r t ,ie United States Department of amount was. 31317. Twohundred save
v + grlciillure.Thoso! put fertilizers and soilbuilding and tlilrty-sovpn aniorlutlonn supplementary,, ) work that will 1'.e11111'1' cleaning the whole thing' which the Ford gives and yet unless
1 them ,
for an advanced gradeHural
crops Into the laud. and ml :

+, r i.nly enrolled gills and for many|boys have different not in (lie form of Increased returns reported lipld I Iho monthly Home to assuage State lu>and iul-1'I school. Hiipervlslon hits been The tender grans of early spring I you have made it a point to examine the

"r' mix. of farm and, homo net IvItlee. crop yl..hl"'holl those ) lelds iiuarterx. Wlilli Iho real motive i ifor ,:,'vestment proved to hi lie' a good the financial In- la good, but it is not Hufilclent Ford Car as it is BUILT TODAY to
Having time of -
mean money. On the other band
feed for The
the work of the cows. grass containsmore I
very largo percenlugo of them! nxsoclatloim |
t. we l can keep drawing out of tho 1 i both pupils' and -teachers.rot drive it and note its
,ive complntod. all phases' of I the IH n desire on tho part of I Iho niem-\ water than It does food material improved engine
projects', undertaken, and hll'o'III" I bank nnd l I pretty soon our account I bni'H for Improved si-liocilH, lion ,I -- : '- and cows t grazing on It I performance-relax in it
I will be overdrawn." "'0 are robbers state organizer .stale that it i" I.OKIKX ri.uiMDMKKKS should have a supplemental over rough
irdliiKly received 'Ind"lIt ( n greut
( in our land Just na thieves : : TO ATTKM: ) t tlon.b 1'-1 I I roads and
ig for later life, und been 11'11111-1 dual of interest Is> .rented through II Ij, experience the increased comfort -
lusty rob a bank. ..vvnovu; 1-11 CAMP ,
t ,l Iho friendly of I Itimunlalloim -- j
lo act an loaders to other bojsid rivalry the locnl which
girls. and to take their plncoHns "1" U1 I II, feed and fertility L might !: I In competing th"'l, An open air opera will ho staged ; affords, and to learn of the
well bo our Hlogan, thin yenr." Gainesville, Fla. --Two Florida at Howey In the Hills by W. J.
1li Nolan
monetary recent
li progressive rural, citizens. prizes offered bv many improvements do
I not
club you
and two club
boys will
--- HIP I girls Howey the presiding penuls' of
I state
enrollment organlzatlnn.The .
L The of girls has :.Muumiremonis' of pecans ,during represent the stale lit the first National ; Howe)', Lake county An open know the Ford Car as it is built today / ,
een Bomewliat lager I than that of I Ito growing season have shown nxHoclutlons received :I8:> Club '
Washington, air
jr nys." In 1021, about G8 per cent that the greatest ,1I'owlh prices rouging", from" live to fifty I by nn opera companyIn
occurs U.> C., June 1(1-22.( These
boys Florida In March should be n I Many of the Ford
!' f the total n n in Inr of club memirs between Juno 15 and August: Iii, dollars In amount cllIl'lulIIlhooJ and girls, who lire outstanding In good advertising feature for thin new Car featuresare
,; or about :300,!500 were, glrld. and it Is to yi-nr. These prizes, were nwardeil I : obvious balloon
keci the
necessary | Florida work, will /get their state for there are few spots In tire equipmentwire -
: .. They wero interested In such proIH tree siipplii-d,! with moisture( and, ,': for such aci-omiillHlimonts. as, thwImprovement trips free ns a reward for meritorious I America where nn opera companyperform I wheels

> as clothing lonstriicllon. plant food during tills t u-rlid., I: of school, building/ work. on the oven,. air In March : -pyroxylin finish-a choiceof

.. ------ I i-llli-lt-iii-y" n the iidmlnjMtratton or Tho club members selected to The-, New York Civic Opera (::011I- I colors-improved upholstery etc. but
"school ,
IIminer holdliiK
t / and report make the trip this year are !Hus- puny will feature this event.
.:;, i.-ucia'.r's ''Uii in Yards i I lilt montly meetliiKH, growth, sell Henderson Madison 'eolllll)'. -S the big satisfaction to you, as the owner

; and community service HIM! ex Tom I'rator, Jr., 1'nsco couuty, The Florida. legislature. will of Today's Ford Car is to be found in
I ellenre
I regarding/ Ito sunltntlon, ol Viola Yats, lllllsborough: county, assemble In Tallahassee on Tues .

N hoot buildings of the amouiil and Vivian Shepard Palm Ileiich day April fifth for a sixty day session. the way in which it will fulfill your expectations -

.tV VV----- awarded dnrliiK 1925 $3.000 wa N county. The trips of the two girls The members of the 1927 of what
appropriated by the legislature for are given by the South Florida legislature are many of the best a motor car

f Ibis purpose. Fair and the Florida" State Federation men In this state and they can be I should be. You will be amazed at the increased .

:Mi lor' HUM Tniiisporlntloii For ofVomen'i Chubs.llsi depended upon to frame and pass

\ b 1Saa i" Pupils.Approxlmalely Dorothy Jones. of Aim'him county only such laws that are needed I 'I power resulting from the new

33,000 motor was a close contestant In I the nice weeding out the bad ones and accepting Vaporizer, the smoother engine

busses were, used In th.. Vnlleil' for the trip) offered by thu South' the good ones. Economywill I tion opera-

'"I I States during the school' year Florida .'n Ir. he their watchword and they the increased gasoline mileage, the

1; 1)25-2I!) transporting pupils tu I Two club boys and, two glrfsfrom will foster nnd encourage: by their I'' improved riding qualities and
..'"" : and from 11,000 schools accordIns every state will be In attendance ads the wealth of the nation to all,

'rt" ; to a recent IlItel'oHllnlflllIely,, I representing the floO.OOO come to Florida and locate In the I in the way in which this car handles and

; the result of which appear In HID I, farm boys and girl! enrolled the stale that offers sit. much and promises performs in traffic and

:; February Issue of "IJun transpor I-II clubs supervised by the cooperative not tn hamper them In their on the open road.

tation." In performing this servl nprlf'lIltllrlllI"IIHlon; : developments Our legislatures/ I

'''e these 33,000: ) school busses .service and directed by county and 'I need, our encouragement In their I In short, you must) drive a new Ford

tiavt-led" more than 300.000) nil leuai 1 homo demonstration agents., Th deliberations\ they need and will j jI Car fo be a fair judge of

'h inornlnK and evening ofntvry [f lohje't of the camp Is to provide I welcome advice instead of censure j present-day motor -
and criticism Thelf work Is fur car values.
adlnoJ day transporting! an opportunity for training and
,7:;.000 blldrt-n to and from, dlscusson ill regard to club work ''u bigger and better Florida along j

IV lloul. r and to study ways In '/hlch the every line I We invite

The study lIMO HIO\\H) that for work may be expanded sr that I uoiir inspection of Todap'8Ford ,

> his service, Hchool motor trausluirutln more farmers and tent women of Cars

more than $23,000.000 I'the fututre may l'I'.e been trained TiEchInqPILES 1

UIH expended In all the states;; I In club work.

hool motor busses were operated The ramp will bo located Oil .
in each of the IS states and the the grounds of the Department of -

District of Columbia; the number Agriculture. The program Includes :
rc "f such vehicles vurjt-d from one Inspirational addresses by

fir approximately every 2,000 Inhabitants national leaders, and group conferences I PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Re- J. W.

In the three states bordering on selected subjects lieves ITCHING/ PILES and you Andrews Jr.

the Pacific Ocean to one Educational: trips about Washington can get restful sleep after the ,

for approximately every 4.000 Inhabitants will acquaint the Club first application.

V L In the New England members with their government I All druggists are authorized to Authorized Dealer

states; nnd tint there was a and Its operation, as well as show I refund money It PAZO OINTMENT -

school motor bus for every 3,223 them many scenes of national historic ; fails to Cure any case of : Lincoln Ford

persons In the railed state Interest. The Capitol the ITCHING/ BUND BLEEDING/ Fordson

Edward FouV11eon'a namo was in the Chicago social reglilM The results of the study made Washington Monument, the White cr) PROTRUDING PILES. Cures I

it bo didn't care about that. The 22-year-old ton of the millionre by the editors of this magazine House Arlington National Cemetery I ordinary) cases In 6 days the I STARKE. FLA.
Chicago rocker, Thomas 13. Wilson, wanted to start right at t th1
_ confirm reports of previous studies and 1Iount.rnon will be wont' case. In 14 days. 60c
V t, >ttom, so he took a Job as herdsman la too Chicago yards. I I I ,
-- -.. I. e., rural school are con- among the places visited.. ,
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'''' ,"", ", ",",''''''""'' ,"''"mIlQlllllllin1I11"IIIIIIII'IIIIIW"UI"IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII"I' '"'''"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""II111I1tIIIII' years ago in debt Is now doing an I (lii hut. county I .Ht Starko. Florida, I hit iiml II tl I.rlll nf ''(/1'1".1'1, inMiiM M,TI t< 1 nv: .\lII'It.,..-..U': \"'.n s4"rl(F"I
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I I Keep in NHld itiitird\ ..I..I'K. tho l'IKht tortjooi "" Hiilil 110 .. nfl I 11'1 I 1
unnuul business of .
5000000. I tIll)' ,ft-roo pru ronfffHti wi I I I onicrttilnirniiiHt I &TS : < .HMIIi.: : ,
,,_. Ity order, ,.I'nf I Iii." .i1; Hoard, ofrtibUr >'t'u iintl ,., ..h .f you II niilil M r \'ri'TK.HNnllrn I

COUNTY HAPPENINGS VoliiHla enuntywlhl have n' Trim! liinti'u.'lion of 1"HM.r.1"u""I i IlliCit mill nil Hlt>K"1 lonti lt said5WiO'ht
> "' ,.r t-oin\. tutnUt'ii u IH lli'i-fliy set .', that 1
1,11 .lllnlI
bumper crop of Irish potatoes this i -. \.'. KlfKI.ITKII." hi fit. i-iril bv you tacIt, I "'. AmlrowH, |iiirrlifiM.r nf 'r" tIlllrntu it

season the PIi'i Pill sections belnx Good Eliminotinn I. Eitential c Chairman of I ho Hoard. ..t public of yi,". ninl, ..Hrtld I .11 I .hnl.I I I"'"'''''' Nut |AI.: tinted thn *.,n.1 l tI,.
AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS | DoLeim Good ileuiih. Imti, ruction of I Itrndford( County. t'', I'1 II n"it n\ imimiiM1, ,.t J"lv.n.I II17!( him III.' I I. M.ll.I, r'titli
at Sanmula. Springs and In otlli't* nml hni, mil.iil'iillint .
I FlotUlil.Atlixt 11..1. (.Hi>..1.,1 i| In finld 1.1 .C I ill. my

llllllllllMlltllllllllBlimi'lllllllllllllllllllllKlll'llll' 'il. ,. I Seville.; The I Irish potato crop kidneys are the blood II .I.I.UI:: t ""1,1111 nr' I. r.lnWM. I..wl' Inn fir tnx tlotul In Ian
miiiiiliimililllMllllliroillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll mi m I iimm m m i"imil. mtllil iii i" THE <"rt hi'iiHt ( hit In niToi'ilmirn, wllh I Inw. o
should brluK noixl prices in everyPart they to function I 1..1) I Illlinti.nil.rn.i I thu llHcrllMMl
fte"I rai 3-4-It- -I .rlhw",1 I iiuiii'l-i'f' ninl I tlio Northont I on Colowlnl
... . ... lIuvlIoore.! : Leo Hughes. Howard of the state UK potatoes from there apt to b I : iituittiT i"f ( N..I."I' ( < Itli E' |iropurty. sil 1111 .
Moore, Wlllam Maxwei: Mr. llertnuda $1 4 barrel a r.te"tio of toxic poisons tt-r of .'.t..1.. I. SoiitliKnimn fnitl' :. I. I'Morliln.: : \ tn-wlt: iMli.f
are bringing: I a fcrling .111 20 ':"H( ; HM" thirty( onHnuth I,ilui'It II'\.iI a to1 It t'ity.l'hu.t .
A dull languid n'rOI
the ,
Preston Chester Denlson. Wilbur In tlm northern markets. Florida blo. I Hl<1 II of HittithwoHt, I MtiHrlvr ofMouthwoHl NilI! ( .I 11"1 nKHBHHUll lit

HAMPTON Dennlson Uoscoe May and Charlie has hundreds of acres, of gout! j I nnd.8metmes. toxic back I In ..1..1 I','U rt, Hradfonl (' I niniit' I IT, of 1"111" 3 dirtiness 'sushI 5 Sit I it, nf i 1'fitt.ami : IliinItiTHoii.
ache. I t\ "' I In ihnmury.' '.' "|si ii I""f" 21 tU'iiiu In tin* iiuino nf lmnl -
4 I Hall. potato. land( that his never but'ii | areiymptomofthis condition. Tho Hoard, of ftiHlruction 1 II ill v ncrnM on ,, "1.1. ofHniitliciiNt 1 I'""'." sil Iii ...rtln"nt. shun I IIm

I "'oi> .1> .o$ Mr.VitHd, i'n. of rriiham. was turned by tlio plow and all of It I Further evidence of improper ,:; !I .> I:County' :. a t body: I'.bl.:i( I'orporuto: :;' ; ,Stain, I MUiti't-rr I (- lit Spit fiini| ii-n I u.n :tn i ut, Tt, >Hotit>viiHhlt ItwoHt| 6.Hoiith 1..1.1'filtipiinMl will I I I leslie,us,,Ih...'.1.1|I to on IUl tho 2 tns li I lIU

visiting iriend: In our town lust could I be brlnglll\i I good returnsto kidney function is often founj l'I'II.. I of 1u( )'''' sn' MiiHt. AMO| Hut. i.r Mul-i'h. A I 1) 1027.IU .

the many recent Improvements Sunday. omo thrifty farmer. in burning or scanty 'passageof KMHI1: H\VAIU\ KT: Al... Soul h liii If of Soitthwt'M I I qtuirtor i.fHottthiMtHt >\'lt|| <.. inv .ldul I .8."nn'.1 all
j 5' St'ct( l hut 9 it. .
In our town IH tlio I secretions. Each more I'-f. ndaiilH.inn 1"1. nf inml Ililx (lliu ) .hrl.I.

erection of a large concrete filling M us. J. F." Johnson ami. daughter. AitOOfla-Al tuoukut-1)eIahltl road! j I. and more people are year learningthe Tho Stiltm? i. uiiii-i"Florldtt'mil" ''t'inc.: "IS:"."' i I '1'.\. u .hl.,>:-MHI:11. St.nih Imlf, of Hutm20 I lh> Mini( lu'uisi KitHtAinu :, l I A. H. IU27.) II. W. AI.I >Rll.\tAM.
1 I
station on Main street. Thin I la be- :Mrs. A. C. Denlson were shopping to be hard-surfaced soon value of Doan'a Pitta n I it \\ n ,rd ,nnd 1 Mnrwart't) bin i wtf", uuihlil'l::: ,"'I' Hnrlloii art, Towimhlp: : rHouth CI'ul.',- ( ."''"It I ',iuls't lr.i.if'i I 5(*
diuretic in this onrli If I K HnitKo' 2d Knwt. nail nil I Vlurlil.i.Tiy .
In Starke this week. stimulant con u : ; Connlv" ,
T. M. Hunan who ,1n".1 ...1.1,1' '
InK erected by dition. Scarcely a nook 01 luim- 1.\tl 1, I,I ., .1"\11." 'M, "R. hi'1. j jKI I"lo l..110 'lit |tru, . ('.

IIUH male many Improvements, on .--- hilts rii.M-M: POSTSIlldn .1"0" -, .r f rnt h. Mi( .. 1.1" lllirulninitli.ini \ \ : I .
let but has Thill I tlii', follof Hitiiultt h,' .I-.I'
1'01 anywhere
,, I uuth C. C. I muitlnbolhiimln .Inl
with: tlio last 'l 4> : '
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lilt towu perly : : i
r" enthusiuHtic uacrti. Ak >our hu-1 I i int., each, If uUvi. ntnl, Ifdi I otltplll ... I Mil 1.11 of 4l't11
) ill niit I Milt ,Ix t th.' f .>i-loHiiri" > r : N! OI' tltlllt > .tl.llNoilii
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three : for 250 heart c> press f
It. Clarki or hart ruid. C'oni.:! posts \ In. by 72 In.. delivered to p 'l'I u.'uu.u -- ami Maij, II ThonuiM his Ijllul-M, n"0) Illll Hllliof MlltUO fill'thi1 I Iu > IH lu'ii-l.y gIven that I 3"
ZIFF o if- ti, tilt, ,and, If it ad. their u .n I "( "r f ii s Itl in, ,ti'iiruiire I llmior '
is U Kuetit. of Hotel Hampton this Crosby Luke Cemetery will bo rocelved u "i- ,1 ,iml.-t.tiM'MM, tip I hu .lii.\s ..n..,r ilnlo t linrmif on lo-wl I
ill" ,Uiu>\\ n ti N. doIHOOH, loirilt OONor .1'.11" '
> Jl Iat lIlt) of Mni-'h" 1DJ7 I the uiule-
weuk.P. by ma up to March 7th. j: Krtinii'N, itt oach, : Iliyant, Hhcur-" I I 111,1 ,I- ,'II'I"I, : null ninl( vohl ., : (Inarillun of ('or"111" liy.'i, .

<$> $> t> 4r- 1' < $ t' f
s' 'e wil
T. If. :Mnliim- 11'1.1'
C. Cloula MTH. ) ,1.l 'f hii'ui ulfnl'ul Cotnil
Co..MU-Cb..D..lo if .thit mul their' .unknownhi'li1" I ho 'I i n" < i'l''i .1 I I .' ('Othnl <* rlil
Mr. of mi mo liraen.tlous Is also ro- --- .- : : l, :tli \ IHOOH, i l'ttlitu''ut or HruitlooM:!, : ? i ?,I ihi,' "t. itnv'i'". .. .:: ; ..r.nn
pliy Jlrs. A ma nd 11 Mvrrll Car Services were held at IDedan, II'II'I'I : ::;'II'7.I'I: : : | .inn. oiili.r noil at: ( pal.!.,
quested. Bills to bo In writing.DeWItt 1 liii, ( .< ,( 1.1"till. tiIIllt, | I t I' |"' .Mill,, ).. of oii.h' T, Nt l Shaw anti,' Julia 1 Suit 'iv I ,ttul, l !' I' | IllS no.1Ihit I nil tin* ,InirroHl" ,.f Hiilil Minor"i ,
rier. and niece Miss Gertnule Saturday nnd Sunday by the pan- I, 'Itm In li'o:, ,Ir..i, i \iiin' \ Kluhln.ami hi* wilV.' ,'I'h If .I.,... and If .1..1. I II Mir.-, I 'tl 'IIUHO In ". (''tl I ansI ,In I tin.I .l.'Hr-rllioil. ( I.

motored to AiiKUHtlne lust Mon! tor. (Older: C. Crosby of Rising/ i' C. Jonos. iimri. .pai i l-uhii l\ il.. .i ilif-l iiI I hi>Ir unknown': I ilovlMot: i IIM .11, u r of pnlil liiKiruniontH ., ,1 I' \MIl.niH' 7.H.U.III-U-U t""nwll'( ) I nail, I I.In I.
: : ; : ; : th I i > tloftrrlhrnl I toirotliorwit I'
; I th> Silt) i no-ltair .I i I Mx> SioithiantoiiOMitini .id OH .I'S' tirnntciT, of I'll' h ; ""lfr I 1,1. "I."\i I I III.-It 4. .r h I Urn '
day. ttLq.t ion. 2-28-21 I I.i'lt'I. Soft"Ion :2V: 1ln.> Norllitin Machiia. Ulvo' itt itt'k nml ", ( h ''" 11 ,I'. hit fonl( C" TnWI Inlplnn." 18IU'
-half of the N'ort Invi-nt niti>-iitari4r .nnd \VH' I i'" A V1OMMT I II I "lIY. .1..1..111.
If In I'xlntoiu'o.
i | "Contpiinv. still I 1. 1..rnhl. il.i, nf I ) .
C. A. Dirt and fa mil 5 were the Miss Kllcr: Howard tf Fair of I Illltl \ .\ |tHO| > I..II.
Mriu H i Ih" So nt liwoHt ito. "|utltrter I I. |t MmtH i tTH, mul .Io"( i I.'I.!: I Illllir.Illltl.' .
itueata* of Mr. Illrt'a father W. P. banks petit last week here with .__. I I Mu' Northi-ant. I : nno-iimt| I Irh tOll tinNortliwoHt I I....I.or lomil u"I"1'n'l.I'IU-' ilV.I hI I"i'i'isiiII(. l rk ,utiJ, I"'i I Hi'iilof I !.I' Bt-3-18. <,1\\1.
:: : : ; : :. ,
111 Circuit fonrt, 1 KlKhth ." I I oiu'-niiiirti-r: I 14,111 ii- I IIVON, "'",'h If ", hills finii' ..1) hi tin. town .r Hturkf.ttrntiritnl .
Blrt of Alachua rounly last Sun her .sister' Mrs.' R. H. Thomas. and llrnilfiiitl, Comity, $ "lc.all, i-aht ,nl""I''I.' ',* of ""','101 .1(1, ni lltoir t I unknown nlni"i i ciii's, 1.I' loirn- ) iountv, Sin of l lnrlilti. ,

day. brother H. Howard. "h"'II.. I. In, Chnmi-ry\ In T"wI.hlp 1 I"th. in ': 1 on or (1"111"" I OPM." .f i'it.'it) ; and t In thlf!:!. ilio i'Sih! iijty of 1.1)' A. P. "".I 10' hhli' I %'1",,: "'l'ii)N '1'" % IMI 't
\ AI.VAHliK u t u.i'nioro' 01* itv ami I I noun having. i'ri'luiiiutiia .
a per
L> v. I .nl"II'"o II I.'A' I" 1":4: I tl. 1"a"l.: l's lofoi&
MlHu Thelma Drown, of tintIiam Mr. L. A. Ilrown. of nrookl'r.was ,' At mitMv I .
ConiplHlnnntIMTI. less; i 'tin 1' rlifht, I libor I til, orOH < i in: (nt i. > 'ls'i': ",' T'un'
was a visitor hero this week. in our section Sunday after : S11 Id, salt will lie) ho lit .11'llo, I tho In I tht* (r.l.wl"l: donr-rtliod( l"I'M.' i'l.-i' iiI "Ii..srll.rol.y IltitI'lI 1
rISIH. I I' %r .l)1l'JN( (Sl.l.: '
: iti'Istg' In lirnd-
I tho till >t'tl.
|legal on .111..1. Ivln.
1>. J. Pearce and family of noon. h.lrl .11" Hollrllnt for Ci'innlalnaiit HIMMtin j.1
I 1 to-wlt C-nin-
Starke were the gucKts of Mrs.Peaive's Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynold I litfeitilitnt.It n\'rilo\ Uy nillilnvii niip *mliil I tMy I 11)27;) ,antI I :I"I Hiinio ruh' I holn-tf day: of n rrHu'I; : : K.iloM. In tnoncitiK'. : :.""at: I 1"1..1,1.,- cornor of t I hoSV" ; : I --- ----.-. I U 1.1.! I-UIU-PI i' I IN "n!\1 that tn 11 iln-I I.wh.I It,

( | hi I ito ahitvvHtnlrilriniHo Court nt of ( ho SK' of Hi-vtlon H, l'tt p. limy .
sister Mrs. R. M. Fever, and children of Graham spent I| to front nf "Ito I 11: .'!) ) ,> nml 1 Ititriiiliii, I-
( hit I I'IIMI' Sllmifr.I HIP ili fi'inl-- StnrUo, Klorlilu, l to tliu anti 7 H. it. V'u Munt.:' and. riinnliiMVoHt( : ( wlll..II" I
I : : : : : i : hlllw. : : : :: for ,",.." : l 'Kl>4lilt lull forllu ,
here withI" lives and & ill) Ho I lino (IN ri'iicbod I I I HiI .
last Sunday. Sunday( nnt I ii .rti fl imnifil, i IH a iionriililiMitdf lie.1 bUl'lor' for canh.K I (n |in r n \% i of C", .
( I ho Klulo I of iiml hu a M I JOMXH I I''ho boundarv lino on Kunt: nlilt.* of 11 (1.,1 ronrt, JINhth .1.lh'lnl t.WI t''I, I.I "
of Jacksonville friends 1'1..1. '.ti I'ill I ( (' I t V. 1..1..111. II I l "'"' l-f 5 !
l>1'. Churchill rt'sII slit of %i Ifh'nI. Snut-lnl MilMtor. I tho 1'.wl of \Vard" ( 1In.1 t"honco 1"lrnl',1 1.11 .

preached at the Methodist church Mrs. E. Howard "<1 Mr. anti I.'. l>. No. n, .1"til. rftt'iI 1 .. J. T.. KUA7.K10' "I'H'III' : ,"I h "Inll ,. to n In t "Uiinn, 'f'AHOt.lVV. fHMMIi'Ar.' III"hil II 1..1.1"1'> 'u"i'i'.t l"lll f oiiliirHlnir(Ih. Stub, nf unit 1"1.\ *1
and '1' tin IH th Xorth t111
I \'II.Ir\
Mrs. J. (I. Howard of .Fairbanks Stnte of ."ne"1 for Cn"rhIIn II. 1110 1 ./ lliu iiiiimiliil
last Sunday mornlnur.Mrs. airs of t y-tim ; It IH thereforo .1-M"lh.l"r( of "Itrndford, n.I. n nd t hence ,'In. I ( A t COIirollATION K"Xi |1"r
Sullivan who spent Sunday here with relatives. ofiliT l Hint .y..r..hl U o Ii-,.. nll KuHl" : In 1':1.1: lino of H\V'i 'iinililitlnunt.RllV.lll I Hio' l.wl. mul Irlllo unto I < ;.p
Josephine I"
I lu
mil rltl hi
< of .. 7 H. It. vs. to\\ .. to\ i
,il.'fVn.liint Im ami li la of HK l i I I.n Twp ,
has been for several months with They were accompanied home by tittli I CtI to HI'l.enr t t. .I Ito billIIltlttt of.1'1.1'1 ttw'IItsI.h1: : : ?n i I Kant: to bo Touched nml, I I thoncnNorth I' N. nirKRHBO.V.HT I { ,,1111"11 I Iw'r. rlKlitH iiml ,"'h' ami.iiiH

her daughter Mrs. J. P. Summers Miss Kllen Howard who spent last lll.*cl In Killil rmiHo on to point of ''I'nnlll' ritntalnlnKr : AlI 1.I < 11.1 i 1.1.1111 i : .Ih..( 11,1 ton .1 ,
IH 'horohy Kfv.-ti I hint uii.Itranil I with 11 .1.111| | | for UK
foro M.imlay the 4th ilny of (.uttu'( Ih' t ncroN" Ion .C"III. I.\-
week here. 1 .
has returned to her homo I A. D 1 I-'T.!' iitlicrwlHu I lie nlli'ifatlniiH I l hy "'it't 'tin nf that "I'l-rlaln Ktnnlt I II < I h'cotinir I The (''Iululul iiuuilil nUmcnninod 1 .f I'lil.MiMillini 'riiin.'iit
Mrs. II Howard and l children "if ,Mill) Illll VIM I'll' til II''II UH COM- t h'," "nit'C I"i.i-''l los ii it' ami I Onli-r ofSnlo hl'lll tUod 'In .slits| Court' UHM VOTH'K 14 11.n'Itl'I'N.I : : : i'. V." I 1'\11,
ill nun!*' 'ami "reiiI,'i'l',I h .' llonoi, \\ urn ,'" tlallcKoA Thnl( I VI"llnll" i .11. Clllllt IliilM .I .\. 'nll"l.
here.P. trHHi'il liy sn , .t .IIlnt1..11
: and l "
and! Miss Ellen Howard, Mr.
.l'.I lit-I-I' '
E. Johns of Starke was a I IN finllH'ionlii'iil,I I Hint I thin or- I n1>lo A. \', Knnir. .linliro of I tho ,'h'11 that I llioro I nro 1''' .'"' ''n.I u """ tuiui'llI' Inn UN "'"(11,1111 .
:Mr" R. R. Thomas nnd daughter! I i onoe a week fur I Ci.itrt, if 1.'I.h'n.'. KUhi: I IMr h'i ,'dii'iI 'In'' nr hnvlnir 'lalniln c InIIIM tIll' hiIII.; ...! UK itt i'.t'. II till) i 'nilitiillit

business visitor here this week. Hazel Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Tlinmni, four" 1,1 t .I..ullW.l"hll"hOI ., KH In 'the ( 1 <'iiIt In anil f"r Itrtolf.ui i ( '. .> .) ,
I I thnt rortuln I PIUIHOvhirol. nM 1.' iiMotvod In tlio ', null herein : N HI ') .n. Murv M : 1'.1.; 1,11% I' I
Cleveland Sullivan of Mluml riniiiiy Ti-li'KM' tutu.| 11 uiele'plI.'r' | II "tato 1.1 "u.1 :1 1.CI" '
spent Saturday afternoon In l ttuttil.It.'I; ; | l In, HuhI: ,: :Comity: ,: :;, iiml $:tiil, ;'. l :. l'iIs'uus'.le( IM I'omplaliKint niul I n ti'i- tloMcrlbi-d, wltoHo namoH, ,... HI.' t u's'| '...", liiv "H,. Thonii-, I I II "I.ltlI"I 4

was a visitor here this week. Gainesville I[ This Sliirnh' l i..t. l !27. .lillitlU, I. Pofk, nnO '-1 I. 1t1"- ,. iiKfr* mul \\ I horofilioii.. ( ii. poMt nlllcn I Until.I I ... ,'nl. "| I I': Iltu.', ill hlM. ,"If.'. -.-

of the Wnldo shopping.Mr. U.! \\ : AI.I;KltM\N 1 I hit wlfo' Htnrko I volotnn-nt| Cornpitnr mblti'hsi, H tul ,pi ill'.* ..f "roHldottcoaro Kl:, 'II I. \Vlilliiix.Ihivl.l" I ,' Vl'iMl'nil.. .- I till. .
Kpworth I eueiie Clyde( Kplley and, ulster.Vllllo J'li-rk, I '11..1 t' I a t ltl"r|>orii1 Ion, tutu .loHfi'h, ,10 roHpt, .d 1, Ivolv unknown 'to nahlcuinplalnt ( 1,.'',' VIoVll hIs IVlfl', .Illlll.'. ,\. I I : 1.1.1.. ."..II, "*11"1 hit i.r

Methodist. church renedcreJ avery \ MiHH Martha Groover, spent ( ) Itv C. A. :III'. (*i ti'T', arc. l t..C.I""I., wh..II.i 1, titid linln. r furl. lies'. nnin4 "h".II. Allii'l-l" i 10 I.: Mllli'i-, Vi'Hln, 1 P, I\.1.1. l'y', '1"1.1.' will 'l'uwl.|
('. A. S. C'rowH wan "aiipohiti i| | I 'il i thorcli lerlalti( byluinio I hK M'lf. M.'I.Iln 1"111. .
beautiful program hero last KMUHT I KXIUIIT, 1.1 I) 'porsonn' Inwl \1" MIH| fur I |hnrriuusi. i>f $(ululhO.i'' I i il
Sunday at (Graham. Sollcltom c.,. i'oniililnnnt.34Stll | flu.slot'" In flinnoorv ;, I that I I I. MH id' t-ont plll"lnl. asI ,' "I".'. M V Inl.\ 1 lalh\ l 1.:1",1.:l i I.Ulit .IIH .(if thin I'ow i iof

Sunday evening. !Mr. J. W. LewN and, son. Johnnie : ''h\'h'.1| l npint' all of | I IIONM riTtululiicilH I I not 1\1 by I \'r I hoy, iii'I. Kllnnl.'lli, lustt 1C 1'1.1"1.' I: l.nnli-y.,, '' mlfiinl fiiiinly, |l"IcrtuI l .
I ,
I !I.. l.i.hmit, Tti. l | : II'I'\ : I
l-'lnnl mul
In lit "KhiHlfti( \ : ; : :
iloHi-rllio .
allv "I.
Evangelistic services at the Baptist __ ___ I lillY "1 ii "I'. 'n.1 or lulti, l I in .ami .'III.IIIIK i ho 3i: Hi ,Iii/
In nrooker .. ii.'I. I Iniiiilurntliin I I i'MIIIIIIIIIi..i \ n ,
Saturday u I l.miil nml
on I'lotunUH \ -
spent \ '
crctof ,
j. .
I C"I. I And hnvltiK inn do I tho ulkl"\1, of M hilu h \. 1 I' |11127' ill 1,110 u'cloi I.'s'liiil I.I' I.
church will continue over I business.Dr. ()r Mt iiicN: S % I.H II' I p.rut, Inn. If lOirr' tu-o Ih'll1 oilii .h.
OII I ( hollH tit lloVlHOOH KI'tllllOCH. ll'KutooH -
1 All ( hio (1 > ; ant, (the 'W. i-xlHli'iii' ", mul l If I'llhi-r. of.1 \
Sunday, und everybody Is invitedto I S..II.n NiiccoHHoi H and I oi' it 51,1'huti Iii- .I. 1,1., I In tin ,1,1..1 tlm
Nitrtho'iiHt.( iiinrt| "r .'f I tln' NoithoiiMtMiinrii'f I I I tin- iilmvinmiK'il I mili'inl or 'In Ut i
.1\ I .
I utuh'i'. 1
I ; ;; ;;rof antM tindor 11 HO KM, h"lh 'llv- IUJ3.
I t lli't ;
nttond.Mrs. Albert Shaw the Not let, I In lu-rul'V gi I : lindr ; ami, the \\IHI Ihilf of Iii.' .'I-'h'i I u.s', t III.-n thi'llor, llx lii'liM. ,. ,lli'll.illllnilllilllH
.t'.II'n: \ :\ ; and known Illi' In of $1.
: -
: Untililicroo i'uuel: I Illnlf 111: .1"1.1. "I.III ,. 1.
Review of Reviews Is a visitor to anil l>ylrHlo or t Nor"hoiiHt tluifli'tt'l' ; and tho by n."i in kno\vii l> hut IMI'I'M' IdJIlll-l'H, irl'IVIltl'Of' HIH'I I 'M IMIII .nn, "' 'h mul, 1 l I. nt,
If. F. ChesHor returned to 1.1 1"11' Ille".Ht
iiii't rt-ii- until Inl 111 iniUiiown
of f.r.t.Iosiine tiinilf of I tho NorthwoHt tiuaiior: / I nnUtiown ITCH. or HHHiriin. MHO SilO t tin' nil ii i.r Hlx iimiin., ., 'I
her home here last Sunday after a the state and in a talk at Jack I ili-rpil, Fi-bmnry I'lh.' I IH27. bv I Ito tho NorlhwoKi iiiarti| 1.1.1'" t I tinVmlh" i h.",11..1"1111'"..nny. lotfatOAH, mul. to nil ,pi'l-utiliH, luiviilihi Hfiiil-miiniHy.I ,," I.IT I Ilin I Ifitiiilny I
.- A. y.. ".. mi" of the iiixl I hit Hont lioastfirirt II IIw ). I'oriK.i-ntlonK" ,' ni
I ; I"H"'I ,
sonville said among other things w.t 11'1'1..1 1 or cither' clnlniinitH I f..t. 1".1 of .1'lun I r of a ui i iVl'lir
visit with her brother Alonzo l.n.rl"' .r s tin- I'lrrlllt ('Olll-l lt HlBKlKhth ) .'El'" .. SoulhoMl, .,,1'"'' '' Ki'iititofH; nro li 'rt::; ; or r ,I"'aih I. pnrllo(; I 'li"- tviu, I 1, iiliKi'tit, iMtiii>i>fili>il. nun nllh Ilto'11,1.-.1"1 I'UIIIIIIIIM, .
that the of Florida should :
flrciilt of I lie iitliprwlHi'. Iii villa or
Durden. growers i: Jiullcliil I 1.'I.rl.ln. neil I tlu> North) wont nuiirtor or cil.
bend their I efforts to establish In nit.! for fnlon, ('.tintv :: In I'hiiiiciry Sont IK-UN f jll'.I.' of Soi-t Ion Two f-iulntt: 1 prnvod ti> MH I I! bill" for of n romplalnl:docren:: :: :of): ; Andlinxlntc I his 11.1",1' nnv .lot pi''st In tin I ImuH( Tin (tmnunt, if hnhilH. fifforod for
Mrs. 1>. W. Swindle was chop ot Tho KmlernlUanil 'toi of .ili'Mi-i-llinl.. I li ( (llliM I '.
favor iitili'l
SlttlriK, I hi I '21 nti'l ( iuai| it .
MnllhW".1 Hiil I Ii' |he 'il. ) (Hi I 'lie !
<'ittirt ? IMMIIplalnntit'H | |
home markets for their products.His Columlila I n i-ol I I'ol'ii- ami tht* "Ih'lll| ni" ,"t""I"1 lonil mul to nnniil mul "rnnrol I : ::1.1.1: ;I't.
ping In Gainesville last Sturday. Hank of ( ".1111'.1 (,itnirtor. ( 'in I iloNorlbti I >inoii> of fillil 1., ; Kliull pay I tIn, tloonill I
taken and when ttonoiiiilftlnnnt| I nnil, <". I'. t'owart, It t .roc--n"'nr torn (14', > of I ho 111. nh.v. I lli I .> rlnlniH, of nil I IIIM-HOIIN, UrniHmul I .
Is well ( ) lIla If.lli (
point ) | i ,nl I : for roninvlriKt'lotnlH on tulip i> h.c.nll ,
Last. Wednesday evening. March I proportv ,
Nntlnnul I of t ho SonthoiiHt ,IIIMM lnli( 'riNliMl orrlnlnilni
Cnwnrt, lji\wl tsy 1"11 iu'nst. '|' rnrjinriil .
I'lUH: mul
1'"II'r '
ft tit 'Innml with i'
\'h" "
Jull utti complainant'' *
the growers do establish a home AHuoclatlun t a corporation. J. \ of Throo, (3): ami "' In cut 1.1 InnilMamilii'.l 1111 .rn'
tin; .
shelling was en- ,
3rd a pinder t Ih,' null ,nnd, void' ; .I I hill h. l'iil.: : lit ".p,1 n i
Sr.. nnil (1. A. Worlr-y, hull nf thii .1..r..llf t -" I III.', nn.l ,InI'llllllll .11. wil '
North "
market much of the stuff that Is A.'orley. N.r'h J"IC.In.1 for n "|1.111",1', li. ono nn Marrll 29(1'( ) ,
t the of Mrs. n. IIjnl"I"n .11.1 1.
Joyed ItisiuitMN| .
| Of 11i'1iliii .
Jr., tUiliiK nld"rIlh. tho Soul h.w'st tiiartor| ( IIIIV Hill
iiurliivrM Id ilofoiidiintfi, of I (lnm, 1.1', l 1927. lira rmiiilrnil( I iilipiiHlt
Johns. Hot chocolate and delicious now shipped, north to take chancesof linn iiainiami, I itt y of II I ItWOS t t|tilt ri or ; it nil I thn AVont HII for tho "I pnHM'-HHon.h| of tin. oi-; liiti'rii' nml: niiiplnlniifitntiltrn : ; I good prices can be sold at homeat Worli-y & Mol and Luwtey State Half' of the S..11 tin-net iiunrtor. nmltho 1".1..1.. Hint I tin* nil.lri'HH..'tii.i. or r I lliu Ilimril of Tr ( nf h..
for nil I
ld roal I nnd Konornl i>i.i
: : )
Ni .
sandwiches were enjoyed ,' ileft.iulantH I thounilvmlicnpil : of I tho Houthpiift ; I property :: : of I Iu until' ili-fclul *
will I In ii k. a .. .. "1.1. SouthonMt fpiattc'r relief:i ; and Iii: : %'ilug:, ilomnndoil, ) from, plm-n of 'IniHlni'HH Town of iut wIny, li'lorlilii it '
throughout the evening. The par an established price that I wil I for ".Is .n.1 qtuii i'l or; of 1"'II.n 1.'nl.' ( 4 I ; t the Clot k of lii.' ( Court In nml until. 1"wI, unknown, IH miUnnii I'liurk for Shut:,) no, iinyiiiila: ::;:I 1rllt'.II'I:1 1: I

affair allow them a comfortable marginof ..-ll beforn th. House dOlr n ml ( lip Nnrthonxt |1"11"1: 11.1 I. for ",." I 'I"nl, ( h the tn mul' Ihi'i-i' IH ,no p"iHott '1",1., riuiJi niiiii ut HID I llimrU if '
tlclpants of this enjoyable MI.rke. Hrnilforil I'uti U ty, F'I"n.IIrlnl Kant: I llnlf I of tho ('(itl'( ii 11"11..1. tnnKliiK ,1".1 11 r .1.1.,111. ,'h 'In (Il.i'. Htnli'' of 1"1111' knnwl tiIt. > S
were Mrs. W. L.. Dugg and mother profit. the I...I hours of sale on ntnl, the Citit I h west quart( or .r 1 poisotiH. .(nnd ,' 0"1, .C I thoin| I to uppourto ; I' I h. M-rvl"u'" "f |''>tm iipnnwhom .1.rl..N."rt ,.. chi ,'|< rofiirrml. nltuinIN
nml I I tho North( lilnil, her of I milil'
S -- NnrthwoMt( I ; vvniilil I hI ,
Mrs. Wm. Jones Mrs. J. S. The Atlantic Coast Line and l tho : April 4h. 1BSTtn 1 Ihalt of ( "(1IIrh'r I "") ... ""111..... or not mild h'..bill than of "'*""Ilnlol.. Into upon moro, n I lav ,.r'IIII., ; Anil' rnniplnUuitit nl- full tn rompllnnuu ho: iliMiiiHlliMl::; :: : Wit UN' It a I icuimintuo Im' I.I.I: "il1-'.t

Sterling Mrs. Lettle Parker and the hlBhi.Ht nnil | l>l"lilvr. thore. ,$..,"on Nino. (0)) ; mul tho North Half Ihli li'Ki.H thnt It | lint, know, nnilliv .
Saboard Air Line will give .1": \*. I tho date nf h the .1"1 mlt.I. A u.S cut hul I.'U'M' nm" lo )I'
for the tlem-rlb- of I tho N'nrlhwoHt' tin r( or; of I IonKlpvon Oi IIIk'nl ntnl I Iminlrv, IIIIH
ii ,
1"11 j M..h
cllh. tol.wln. nut | I h Hm I
tnI. of HilH .111111 IHH I
children Clara Reese Jaunltn, and excursion rates to Florida from InnilM Iylll nl.1 In Uriul-, (11)I I ) All I I Hiilil ni,ovo I It' "1..1. not I, 'In rifr.>rtnln If nnvof ,11 r.r to Im niiiiil.i'ru.l,3 tu 1'1. ( -
Charles.Mr. ford Florida H tilt- *>il In TownKhlp Six (1) I It IH ",'r..r"r. iirdorod I Hint sail hIt, Hiihl , nri ili'inl, ornllvi 1".1.1. Inclu-
all points north In March and Mcrlptlon: "I..{ I 'ht 1 In lilt followS; 1118 ItntiRo Twenty-two (22) and ovorv of t ho ib'TondanlM, nb".vonamoil. ..",' II .' "","' "I 1.1. nn.l It iii! ve.Tlta mild 'I'runtiipH' tin,
rn irvN
and Mrs. S. R. John, Mr. April this season. These cheap to-wlt: Inu'h.; a nil ..nlllnlll I i >no ThoiiHiiiHlSovon ,dnHlwnatod, and or Kpodflod In, .' 11"1<.'.,1 In ., Hint rIg hut In i-fjin-t iinv unit nil. .
Thn Northwest i1itirter| or the I Hu I ml NI.IV I ( ( I 1730) nrron, IN horoby roiiilrei| | (to nppoar. I., Ihoco I lti'ri11111W' ,, | ,'rHonti, flrniH nr I'orpiirnlliniH oi-tlrr of I thn suill I Itiniril of
and Mrs. C. N. Christy of Starke rates mean that thousands of people North"nit nnnrtor. nnd tn. Norm more or |I..H, nnd wil I I I on Mondnv.tlio m(111111 I 11 ,I'M ("II of complaint I lftii" ''''' ''I In I"In* t. ooi't-tv 'I'riiHii'iiH .t I Iii, ,
were the guests of Mr. n. Johns who have not visited Florida In thriiiinrt| I TH .r the NortlnuHtuiliirtfr ( 4th lny of A I' I!'27. !hut- hot, .' fllo I I I lie 4t?Ih tiny of ln\'ol\-i-.l, In sushi' ""ll. w,,,.,, 'luinii'. !l"iuuu'iilii.! ( 'Iow. of I."wl.\ I ,
of (Ito Northeast oaarter, oftifctlcin twnon I tho loirnl hntiPB of .n"'. I Infront April, A l I' l'(27, ami .that thlfi or- ,'i .ihil'i"it',' or tlu" ""'" .t 10'.1..1' IN nnktinwn TI I 5
Mat, Sunday. the spring or even thought of visiting TownHhlpFlvn ,di bo pul'llNticd, encb wod for II. I Ir.p. ..
) .1..uIV..h.. (25). of t Ito I'mirt I I (nor, In i onro ,. "'" 11..11".1., 11.1 sit \\,1 I .
Last Friday evening. March 4. this state will make a trip ((5). South ItaiiKf Twentyline' : I 1"11,. FInrMn.( .1..r 101.. list lOt for r","' coiiHfctit( h.* wo.*kM In I tho HI.Ir".1 Mil ri'lh'f, IH mriilllHt, ptiichknnivn ,\ W. M.: TOIIODK.Horritmy. .
Mr entertained weeks : Knm. contalnlnK slit 3eIghtacres ( Htild ''nl.I. .. tho lilRh- I 'utility, .1..I'.I'.h.' lipui'n.i.lliii'I ii .I) iiiiKnnwit ilifHmlmiti.. ,' 1..t : 1-21-Ot-J .":. /IflrJ
David Moore a few .11'.1.1..1
of a few days or a i I"" I cln ulnII" lush
"'" "'"M..1'1.1.S nlJ 1 11,1."t ni" ( : ::| : n IH .11..1'
"I .
number of friends from Hamptonand chiefly on account of the reduced I" J. I'flI K. tliorofor( for ui,. MII.Cy I n.1 pay I t n nml" |MibHhoil|| in Hni'irordCniini ( .1.11:1.:1..1,, ,," In thin 10,1 i'i'. If (
Sand Spo< Inl' : In Climn'.ry.JVLti&k iM'h Klnnl I I v, Florldii. h Heroin fall not' "I 'ir In 'iili'lu'lll'P, mul If I"n"| 1 I 'I .Ill,IIIINII, 'I li'"Iij"I"ii' I \\i4
Pond.) deserve
Theressa at railroads 10cr.'I 1III.
fares. These : \ (rilKW. oi, a dot TOO ,,. oonfoHHo, wil ,bon- In "X''I'' I', (llii'ii hlh'r..
Many delightful and interentlng; great credit for their recision and l KW&r.1.1"1.1. H'MM..'In ] MiHtor, 1. r'Hanoory. l I. i oil aunltiMt youWltnoKM .I Ih.. fr KM lii'li'M. ili'VlHi'on.' li'kcnti'i', ; IIAIIVEY M. SNYDER !I f \\i

and rousted from : J. (* AdkltiH, OalnoHvlllo, I mv ,hand a .1.1 I lip nonl ofI gl'nIlls'i's.' lii h''i'l'"'O'i! 'I. or, n mlKii'i mulnil ,
games were played should l receive due publicity :1-C..I.I-1 I Attorney. 8-l-fil-l-l I 1.1. Court t hi. hit dav ..r II"'h, ,ii "(',,".. (firm-( 4 '"oil till"|,orul, IOIIHlinlhir I T
welners and other refreshment of Florida l 1"27. at 'In County 11.1 Inlttili'K nnv" I Inli'ii'xl, In I '
t'O. "r '
every part \1 \. : 1------- --- I, .. Mortician Starke. Ma-
1:1'.t .'
I Il
fill affair were: Mrs. J. L. Williams -.- i"V: :;; ; I !hi luoi.'t'u'''lulu 1,1..'1..IN l Ivlnn: nnil :l.i'lnu::: : I I.
,lain ili't-ree of \ot M Il ( AIJ'KItMAN.f : tlr'.ilfi.rrl,; I ,'.luulSh,,, ( i'. ll'lnrlilii., known.Illll I )
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser West Const growers will organize 1I I I alt I I i"ri.iirt."f t"'t'of" I ht' Kin: nth ..ruilli j. Cork| I '', nit Court', Itnnlford" Ill-Mi rIIi'i I sin f..ll..l- e : Mil' I I I Member of 1'1'11,11 Funeral J 1f 4
I It. ::
throughout the eve n cooperative association for Inl I rimi'l. Stallof 1..I..hl.. Notlco of nalo of | r.oln.OI( Six I 'oil'11)'. Flnriilu." l.ihn l Thlrlv 'KlClr.. ) 'I'1.1( v 4
were enjoyed
the growing and shipping and Ill, .'ti' -ill I i 'omits in I fliiiiiffry, I ivr ('.-lit 1 Spot, 'liul I. "n" t'b..1 | '|Mtrlit i : it. j.ihss, Kno| I in W...I Its". I In M..t.( I Director* anti! me r. An.noclatlon. -I
ning. certain' cut lie" whi-ri'ln Miirtl.i Nunihorfd ': .-. .t lurail- Solicitor t.. i 'uIllllailllIltl4it4l. "':loh"1" ( Ill) TnwiiHhlp I." I.fl),

Those who enjoyed this delightful marketing of vegetables. DeSoto 1 I- ,ninpliilnalit.' I it "'1..1.MI."n M. for.I ('.itI at V. 1'h"i'(lila (Insole, .-----1. ". ,,1 I" '""* Twi'llly-li( .., /l"" > 1.:o. I. I
held Waller S. 'Will ilc.fondanlH. lloroNv iiotlco, IH Klvon tlin I holftir m-< n tulip nf IIMrn
a ,
affair were: Mrs. J. L. Williams county farmers recently Willanil. which nnl'I l il cri'11'w-nn I | l of I'uMlo I hid ,ruction nt llrml-, \OII4 H II.' !\1 ""I..1 1'.1"1 I In,hnnlf lIsle, W."I"I" I (,,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hnuser meeting and decided to go Into the' ,,ta.I.. ninl onli-wl on the. 27th tinyof f. ,-i| I '.111'. 1.'I"'lln. wi .rolvo of' i loililli' rci'iirilH. of HIM.If..'i-il, I'lIONES i

I association a county unit fii. Novt-inlM-r. I'I nn nppi-arM, by I Ito t-ul'-d t.r I itt t-JiV- I I'minlv 1 "I'lnrMiiAnil I.
and daughter. Margaret, Misses as : ord thereof I. hitItnnei'rV( nr- I (lOO.flfl Hpoclal' I\ Tax: Hchool IHifflrt.Vum I II I (orobv. not |c<* IH Rlvon t 1.11 uadi-r V'lii' ,nnil ,'n.'" of vnn nri" nr- Pay-I Nilfht f>9-W : '
ret .
AnnieMay Wheeler O'June Ad- time this association should, embrace let Hook No. S, I'llK" 4"7 nf HlllilI'otirt ( l oroil :i lOitfhloon.I of ItrndfnrdCounty and by virtue of that .1.1111 Itnnldorriifi ul i's'i'*) niirl, ri'iinlrnil to npiii'nr, pli'itil,
,1 :
all the west coast countiesand the mime Ill-line, ilecreo of I 3 "'Inrlil. h.I.I. on or bofora I II mmlA nnd, unto ., by I ho :aiiNWi'l- > |- : .'ltlurru'r, ti :hhu,. liiiI ; nf L
klna. Reba Maxwell Bessie Maxwell of n venilnrn, .lien. I the I Ito *pxi,.1.\.1 I of I I V davw I from lion A. /. AdkliiH.' Jitdwo if HIP Circuit : I "",,, iso l-Xlllliltfil, IIKIllllHl, votlon With D.WI C. Jon.. II f
: : :
Kathryn Weest Dora John- will make a real showing if I under tnrp', Hielal| I Munter nit moth she 4th .IIY March. A Il. (I'127, ntI I Court of ( ; Rlirhth Jinlldnl" I 'llii ,l''onrlh, iln, \ rif April, ,\ lil'r'7.

It Is possible to control the majority hr nald .derr" will sell the ftillowImr I"hit nih ".. tlio Huporlntcmlcnt <.f 'I"11 ..C 1.1"11,1", In ami tnI 1"1" CI tl'l uhlih I n lii'iTi'i' of I IhlHroiirl 'uuecumnmllrn.rnmtturntulrnlwunurnuIuJImmem..rneuis" ,
son. Wilma May Ruth Williams rnHtruoilon of ( :lid day" .nli.rcil" nunliiHt ,
ileHorlbeil real I eMtnte to-wlt : J'til.lh'( l"r.1 on I. .nIT -
Jessie Williams Annie May PIerce of the shipments. The Manatee ThoHicertnln plates, parceln nailI County Flnrhil. nt Rtnrko. 'I"rll". A. :t 1t27.! Y'h that: ;cortaln: fnrodoHtiro : ; : I IS KI'IITIIIOU' : OIIIH'MtKII.: : Hull ,

Association started eight Mull ,.. ..11 aro lie dat{ .' of inortKnfcu sii,It (Ih..r.II 1.,1.1 i hiss 'until'.* In 5lI hulislut'l .11.i I
and Willie May Hlnson Messrs. I 1 !>2 J. nnd nro ho In ilonornlnntlonM ) ,Inir, In chiitirorv whoroln I ) I AIIIOHIn wi'k fur: : four. :I'ntiHi'i'iillvi: ,: : wci'liM I In

1,t $1 I.M(((">hO Oo "'",'h. un.l' tobeiir Complainant and ,'orl" C. Krunoii I tin* lIre ''I fu'ul fniinlv, T.*l"Krnili.| I

Interest ut thft rato of Mix 1'1 nd wiro, )l'litlo: | KriiMt Ir" ulu'ui'l- ,piil.llKhi-.l nt Mt.I 1 1(. KI..H.IIIWITN'KMS
.n t por H n n u m. |>n va l>I. I-n ri ants, Ihl tindornlwnod Kpoolnl Man : I Ihi' I 1'111.' .In.lii.,- I John
THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME ] nun llv. on t ho l I.t day January tor nffor for sell nf I ho KlKhlh .11.1..1,1. P'r"ul.' n' B. Thomas
I and July '- with lntorontunpnnN to tin hlfth tHt nnl"I.I.rII., fur'oiiHh. ; WI'll IIH I"Itu' ., ,':, ., ,' of .,..IIInnil I
tar'jh..e.ri' irlnlpal I In front I of I our itt ;: Hi'nluniiluri, .: of (! W Al.l.-r-:
: iti:<;Mititii: : > AHCIIITICCTSlarko :
ant, .. of nro I'll I he Court hoUH Illrk., Mrad- inn n. <'lt'rk| I IhlH' h Ihi. 2litli, iliiy nf I
alt'u, ut 1ov.r Ni'Innli. ( f ,rd C'lHinly. Florida, Mori'lny: lil.ilim"- I I' ,1127 I ci'
t'ltv hail 11.1. ( Niw y-I April 4th: l it27! durlnir thu loicalhotirH : (Hi'-il (I W AMiKII.MAV. : 11011.1"1C'IJIIICICWIJIIIICIUDCWI.

Th n mount or imnflM offorod :of: nub' : I thoriiori. s Hio I followingdoNorlbod : : C'I'k "lr.,1 I'oiulI I I
stile ( "n.. the ",, lantN lylnir null tiotnic In A. K i"II.WH.: H"I.I.r
of mild. 2.,01 ho pavabltj( | |"- I trad ford ( '(ill fl t V. Hint A of "Florldn for 'I"lm"I' 'i I Tit I I..1' I
.hli to-wit : All that portion of H% of;
: afloat tho I ft dlv of 'July oucli I
/ OtCKN with I"!?. anti ond- *Si'l': i of HK'i f,f Section 21, T -wn- Mil'Ml: '' llflll HUM t > lNotlif > I
.011 VOT'COt'- h"llnnlnl Itl.lH( will he chit oiith (Itnn-u*' 21 MaMt: lying I t ltI.lISiSltM
Inl wih 1:1 ,! lhl : d.0 ; : I! : l COFFINS & CASKETS \1
? ) I\\ ( on or hit?.f.-1 I of liik lluthtr nml I
01 C N '1 .11t of .I thirty tlavn t ,. "Rrk. Highway rllnh.1 thrtiiifrh I IH hiTi'liv. irlvt-n Hint nilrfHlllnr" \'
.--r I eoJ CO eXllrllon, March A I M rr.n All u 1 iul t : | SV i/ ( li'icnl'i'H I 'llnl rllmli't'H. nnil : and a Full Lin of '

\ B\ 1 ', art. rorjnlroil, I. .|li.plisil|( with : HWI4 of' :: Hnctlon: r| 0. 'fiwn- ill |li'rsna hiivlntr ,'1"/1' iiu-nlri"! I 1
? ) 01 h..r.
\ .I1rv'\ t. Jt e \ sit hi county hoard of I I 1.llru"1 shill H Smith. (Ufinv' Tl 1.,1.: ",,11 I IML i'h. I'Hlnl" ofV I C YnrlmroliKh. tin. I Undertakers'
nINI \ t n .f-ortllloil. i( Iull. fivo' (por ,' of NK'l I: .1 N' of MN and i I .-"ad'' ii I. 1..11 nf Itrn'lfnr'l" ""hl"IV. nn* :'I SuppliesAUTOMOllILK :
Fof 15 coat 1.1. f the amount. .of mild. hll. mildrhttck HI-":' of NWV, mid 1 NK'i:' of "i/, of I hcrphy "lnlr",1! tn 1 prcnnnt 1"11 I :

to bo inn do fuivnhlo to t I hItnnrd Hoot Ion 24, Townihlp -Hotith, ItnnK", |I 'lushittu'I itiillii-nlli-nli'il I: !t In I Ionnlv ;! IIRAR3BAl
: : : : : I I ;* : ::1.II':: :: : : I
'W 1 ii f 1'iibll" Instrii'-tlort; of (Itrnd-, 31 Knut and. contiilnlnir In all 390u"ru'e. nf llrii.lfor'l Connly. I

ford County. Florida. ,I inort, ,r IOHH. I I Klnrl'ta' wt.l" "in year from ".I.( :. ..,. hana. The Mal I
That said landwill be noM to tItle will I. linl.I 'In I II .me
or '
All bidden shall Mpoclfy the tint: ** satisfy t ho ,HII Id. final, d**>rroi* |hu.rett' ..nil .I I pt-IHOlifl. lli'lut.ti-il. 111,,' 0 Ih. l.wnt C. pricM. ..._
within' whlih Hihiddorft williiin- A H. : iil.t fntiitM "rixiulrml i ( |iny I their I.ton
lily with tho toritiH Ih..r..r tiftor no- CKKWH.f I "I' HI."IIHBO .'BALa/ :
('' :
m' ._ 1/ tie I ,, a I"'"' by HIP ..iii. Itoiinl I that K.VUiriT & KNIOIIT' :1"I.r. -.I'lilH, I"ht.2lnl C..r'hwlh., P'ohrlnry. A I 1"1 p
: t.llv..rv l I .of t Ih. liii nil it onn ,bo mad. ,thii.rnsye fur C'omplulnnnt.( I '127. ) HEWITT C. JONES
-;- w < 11 I I. chork fffcrr-ad I to I h"v..t 3- (-1)t-4.l. I \V S. 1."'r'IltSn.,:
!ii. ti> |i doiKrHltod UH li trunrnntoi' of ,, llniilfiirii. (' inii'tvi ri'.r-
l i: -- --- --- of ( > STAnKE. FLA.SIt.lf1lI,14.fllfltlJftt'lf1lJ4JiJfaIt.lt1M.
fl1ll / full I i'imluittn.'e with I he 'bid I HU I linn \Ihlll i: Il.rlf. ox-nlll.-ln ,.Imlnl.lrll.r N
\/r and In the ovont nf > ,
(-, noi-i ptnnco of She mtiiti of W. ('1. V.rl.r.

( / of Much bid nnd th, t.l.r. ,nntb In i 'lr"11 I ( ..J.. II rail firti' founty, .".h. .|.-.-.-"..'.| a.Z .ul-I.21 : (: I
,** |inrt of the 1,11.1.,1 I. K lor hi.. (.h"n..ry:
( .- with the term cant shall
Mm. Krnnm widow
a ,
')jt.:1' : 'J'' .. I Irr. I bo ,'. .., nit ll'iuldatod( .""nl"'H' 'nn'I.lllnant.I Iteharl. ii.i:<;i..JI\l"'' MiricnTh : I
.. It nit, bo rotnlnod I by) i lie .. \ .

/ ,' '. ': i"/ Si / ,Q-c'i clanintroj. on nci-iiunt nf thiN m-per-I W. J. }:PI"(. : forninn '*< nf I Ito' torntM of unld bid.Hald '., ::1
I 'li-itt-
lit "
":: .. f' f' Itondur. to b,n (litMued forth ,, r.r'l li.'hui t ,.Imlnl.lrn'.r Y.( of I she' r'Ntuita nf "rk. ..1"I"rlln(,' wil hi open nt PATRONIZEHO.MK
1 nlllro I In I Hi" I'll vI
l of I Ih. Ih.
,I. i ( I piirp'itio .r WI'); Ynrl..r""lh. . ,; ( : '-C 7 .r..Unw I nchool bullllo I I A,ml fi,r- or t tit 1..I.r".r" IIUSINESSuinn '
I nth I
HHIIH- of I .1 I (h. r"ghuil ruitiuui| nf
'' ul.hlnl I. u. iJ-j-ff ndant*. ,. 192.
:, '' { ,
'.. {' .ul.l. tr.' Hf'h'i'-lH naNt npo- i'ru''Ii.os'e is t And hither ( t1NES'ILLEBUSSES : !
; f"; V / .t.8.. < A. FUTfll.
> < 1hf>- ? 9 W <- I hnol I dl-trl' I .
r. I G ni. =- ? Hitl'l' ii. lid tilde '1 be opi-nod by i I Th' Hlatn ,.f Kloii'lik To: M I It<-ir nn.-ir Tnwn nf KinrUo.XIIK .

\-j .i % i i -" r ? j fe fluid ititn nil' ut I U:'iank M I !'. mul (' Irnll.I*. 21rh34
\ \ ,-rl. : 1 th. 1'.2. at Hi,.- .I'n .r Ih. I i 1 Tui,, Hii ; 11 !\: :;: '; ;JHI I it n sti-usring:: :. I I
10"l'lth: "r
late of "'n I I I of 0'
'n.'r..1 ,ly th. ".rl, 1,11 of complaint II
j \ ;; In lh" .I..v. .. .. Hint II,, ,11"'lj.1.I" Schedule
\ \ THAIS'nffectlvo : : I, -l-rii-1- ii ', i i.; Itriiuni' P'ri 'ii. : ny the pnwfr v.'ilc.l In lh-n HJtoiinl .
S.tll'U.i llfoilHon:: nri'l: I''si, !,. 'l'lullls; | (Ihrnc I nf I* 'I,|Ii|,> liiHtructlon nf I I JAX !) 12 m
: a.m.
\ \ : : ,
\. 1201 a m. Sunday. 1 of th-" In The uliove' iaiiHN fnr l ('iii: n;V. (Klnrl.ta hTn'iy: ;::1'I\ FOt

-. __ /,- I January end we have a new ",'he.I ."kn"WI, .arxl that th.'y are ftnhiiv ;:I t'ii'u'I. 1 ions tn h. holil' "t th. I:.. I and -I p.m.
Iii nic of twtntv-<' years, honl h.utifl 'In lOusier Hp r'-il
\ .0.. ". \ duo.! Trains will run an follows: I It I is ttuTi>fi.r oriltTed I that K.Uriium. :. I, I-fonl |l'iwir'| > '. "..1 lit XV.II' ..vnI I FOU ( 'VILI.I'-9:15:
: I SOUTIinoUND Frank H. I itil 'tin nail l lI hnol Wnlliwi i ". ' : n.nI
i; : wc/1"s I 'hini'tt I I. Tultln' you antI each of Tn. (Kihnnl CI.'rk', n "ur', 'l.i I 1:15 I and I 0:15; : I p.m.
; No. 1 Duo Starke 10:50: pm. I V"U arc hnrfdy rr'i> to ". an.I'l l.ipftfti 'I March IS, 'hi- | 'nniH.i, of

/; No. 3 Due Starke 10:33: a.m. I r ln'foro th1 nh.n".1 h > ''-'r' ,.Inl 193...h.r .,r ,iiot 'ihnM*
\ U I'.ur' ut thf. Court I H HIIM' i In I''rk.. i *. .. 0.1"! .-.". ,1"' I... .t. t
No. 303 Due Starko 10:03: a.m. I snail fru: ( rounty: Hlorl'la. 11. r.f> ..1.*.hnl I 'I..'' ,-inln,' > n.nilllnTn I
NORTHBOUND I 1 'Iny, (thfl fih flay of April: I' to h* AHi'Ht'l

1 1937, to answer a sworn Mil of .-omplalrit I, For hits pnrpnHA of holitljiv ,-|l. ,.. I :'ho ;
No.2 Due Starke 4:08: a.m. Hicalnxt you In .11.1'I' tlnn In KoHlfr 1 II SI net. ||. !.* n' I.I I. HERBINE

-" No.4 DUJ Starko 3:52: p.m. f'ourt In th<* above canes by rM. I ding J. F: Iln.Hlor anti J... ,CoHM, irs :
f I I-nma: whlow Thf (trail.tonI I. aiutuuinl.ui nninnicrm.Kor For Liver, Stomuich.IJowel I

.c < No. 304 Due Stark 6:16: p.m.BTARKE Iteh.rd.'r.I"jrHph.f l u wurklyI I I, Ills p.r". ... nf IsliIuIlitf| |' rfnctlnn ? I Torpid Liver, Indltfaatloitur. ,
\ = > < I In Stark, .
AND WANNER newspaper .I In Wnn.llHwn dlHlrli-i .1 M it )
\ I 1 ltrclfrtI Countv Kl:,rl la, In here- sier J. H Norma nail Carl. Kllllard ConstlpatJua I

No. 101 Leaven Starke 6:30: a.m. I j by d.pinatuol a. the newulaupar In''I are appotntiil' manairfriin. I 6Ocpr bottle, 5uU L, i iC'
tm' t 0. 102 Arrives Starke 2:10: p.m. II I which thin .tic* shall ha piihlnh| 1.. KICICI.TitI'. l I
c I for four e.n..llv. weeks next I n. Wt'1r3Iq( (thelrms'l. !
T. J. GRIFFIN. prior to sail itpparanc Secretary. ; 2-11-Bt-J-ll 'nrp.'nlng's| I ) frua Storv. I


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',.rm" and William J Hntrhln, Talla baii<>e Thursday to the bedside .- -- _: =::. -- :: -
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Bradford County Telegraph lr-xi, H brother Mr. -i I II

,,//I the pr(. r..m. Stroman and mother Mrr 811'0i i

i n .,l.iv. program, will be de- man. T I! PlnholKter took charge
IN 1879
KSTABLISHEO ,.ii' 'i., -tuily' of the- dairy and of the school her.unn II! Mi, bowling !

/m,- ,.' ;.Nathan I'I"! >,,. rom- return. LUCK

I ,iWished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class iii<: n'-i r of aII'll' ult unand I.I I.M I. Miss Juwphine f hum., *.r spear I

Honda I III"II"H. i nuiminHlunT uf mar-i the latter part of the week in ::11
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, ,
k- will" deliver addresses on thin l Starke a* guest of Misses, Lute and I

Owner and Publisher di' ticrtrudc Lyons will King at' Toleida :
t. S. Matthews__---- __ ------------- GaineyMr '
Inn n iifi."rii',oti itesulonii and Mrs II K W..I..ral..J. and what it do i
Editor can !
__ Alanaginie '
Itobinaon__ __ __ --- Y
i C. -- -- ---- -- ---- I relay will be Vllutlon Day to Honcoe ClituHer. of Winter rardav; : ,

*:....:= tin J c. Punwy-Owlnn! Karins for pent the week-end her. with,
thl i'i tlon of the! Htata and for hoinefolkft. I ,
SUBSCRIPTION rhiujtauiiua-goem, IL I'. Galney. L !It (Oain> and Notice sometimes how luck aid: /a man to success! See him seize: an ill

Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c:; -Payable in Advance .... G. W. I laze n were business visitor.
---- -- weren't clever to
I of others who enough :
'Ito Starke Friday. I opportunity right under the nose:; !
Advertising tales on Application1'artco i s + r r is y ro + 4'
.. _. j Mr. Henry SowelU. of Lal'rON8e. see it He hangs on to the opportunity! lie has the VISION-to see-the i
'f.I.f. w was here attetidng t" biiHlimsh Sat- AMIIITION: :" to desire-the (trains to, de\"el"p-the" Courage to fight opposition
Cotee bridge. \
for the
:! county has! awarded contract: 'I. LAWTEY I urday. 'I
i1!' ---- -the Strength to overcome obstacles.! I''I I'

--- t m q p a Q <$, d. He builds his points strengthens( his weak ones, cultivates
} Must will agree with the Times-Union that moncy t t> 't > 4 up strung
everyone 4. 4u work with him. He thinks !
I those qualities that cause others to trust a
collectors too numerous. I II. L. Wilson and A. L. ,Anderson -
{ of N tw York City were In HIGHLAND little clearer works a little harder a little longer than others. J I ;

1 { o < Luwl" Saturday looking after ,;; b and his brain ::1:1I
111111 Madison county will hold her first co-ojx.-rative; hog Rule their' property holding Wbllo. He keeps his head cool and his feet. warm humming
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j .f v far they succeed. here: they were the guests of Mr. I Sticks at a job thru thick and thin and rain or bhine.
this month. Wht-re men* co-operate, i
Mrs. Walter Ferris Mrs H C
e and Mm I. II Hill. i 'I
He doesn't waste his time and he saves his money :
| Wlmberly and Miss teeth Wlmber-
Oi Mr and Mm. C Y. Mayo were <

A tomato in lirudford this season should pay big .Siting: in Starke Saturday. {|Ily were visitors to !Starke Friday And then this'! thing Luck-does all the rest.
crop I I
Mr and Mm It K: Blanchard J. L. Brig g.. of Jacksonville. ::1:1I

+ dividends, the cold: snap causing a short crop in South Florida. visited their daughter. Mra. 10;. V. j I i was a .business visitor. here Wed- THAT'S WHAT IT WILL DO> FUn YOU '''I'Ij 4

(; relan Jacksonville nesday.i
---0-- Saturday. j I
i Mr. and Mrs f' A Fisher and 1'1 1'1I I
1 Mesdames K Jo;. Ilurney and II.
Florida daily and weekly '1 I
From comments \fJY the press, Miss Kate Cook, of Ixj'-kliaven
|iII Sapp were Hhopptng In Starke
we judge that the "cracker" preacher rates higher with them KrliJuy ';i I'a, were visiting old friend Bradford Bank

Ia, "" .t .an Hilly Sunday. A. noil wax born to Mr. and ;'through here Thursday Mr< County :

Mm J. C. Sellers Marrh let j I Fisher and Miss Cook were at one
j time 1:1 II'II'J
residents of Highland and
MiHHHfi; Illnnrhe and Uorln Hur- 1 II'r
their friends "Uradford County's' Financial, Stronghold"MUKI '
'P Progress reports many through Clay
t The Greenville the arrest of two game ney spent the week-end In Jacksonville
und Bradford counties will be
wardens fur killing more deer tha nthe law allows. That's1: the KueatN of their grandMreuU. I to learn of their visit here glad --------J 11\\
Kid: and Mm. II. V. -' -- -
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l Y i uppoaed: to be strictly the "natives" prerogative. | Skipper. Mr. h.) H Shaw of Orlando re-

Miss Polly Yuruk, who has been j*jlieved Mr. J. L. Wilson as section ._ .
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fit ---O- I the guest of :Mrs. H. C. Cox for foreman here and Mr. Wilson Is ,

)ui A milk and meat inspector i is just us important| to the Kttvoral tnontliH' loft for her home I moving to Savannah to reside. ; -: TO t ,"'rIe ('IIHIH 1 I 11 K.--t.': II! Ms OTICH
I Friends of Mr..,. John It ''i I pip clllvi-rtH! flit
l health of the town ud the sanitary rnesisures being put in jln New York Friday :Mr. and Austin 1 Ft ..'.
bv thetl.ard
Sealed: dl<111 will be received Not ire IK hereby' '
will be learn she Is KUeil'' that
(| Mm. Cox accompanied her as far glad to coiivalesclng ,: .I l loud/ TuiHtuuM of Uruil-, .I l, hull |pipe filUerth, 5S8 Lln'l u"derelgnpd expect to Introduce and tlm h
I ( force. after a serious Illness at ford C'oiinlKlurldu, at the niliiiuf FeetAll If iioBoiblu' pure bill ,
Jacksonville. .. me 11)27
lax l x k to In iloin In ''' '
Ih. "i.-tiir f tint 11",1.( nt HMlon
) of the I
the home of eElnlature of Flor-
her '
a Mro Llzzln Ilonnelt! wax visiting/ | brother It. O'i) Ntiirke. Plnrlilii. until 2 ,,',' 1' w "h h, '.1ln". H and, IMMLI'iici' 1 innn, xunNli.iiN ida, providing omonit nth' i hinge
t I'rescott. Ii i M .rll 12. ) d at that 'cal I., Npi'iial provlHtoliH,, for ti) Uuaid of Bond ; :
( Marie City is becoming, peeved with the Seaboard over a relatives here Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Starling the ;'I..otput / y opened j 7'fo-: : x,,.r,'I nil .itintiH f fI anil I propoMtil I and con- Irwlhrd, County: Plot',.J.i'iiurteet.tI () __ of.
spent .. "
{ : u.a' nl Iliaiirord I ..
a :Mr. A. A. fii'itllH urcnmpanled. by i i.MUM I i i itr of 4 l-ln Combination, cJulvtinixed I County.Uucii I,,: I\.n..n '.. .." ''U'S''
kx hew depot and is beginning$ to think the railways: are above : Nan Hooke and brother I'ete :i week-end with relatives at Law- Wire bid, l must be oinpanled .bya Indebtedness of Bradford Count.C I
.. I'wrtlfleil check or u hld .r .
tey. kegs t ic courts, of the state { of Tampa, tame up and spent the III..h Sl epics ,m nb' pat|' ,,1010' to E. a Matthew, ceedinK One Hundred Th' *\
week-end with Mr. CirlflU' l E. L. and It. L.. Prescott were : 10 kegs of tiO-ponny Common.. WlrNalln. 'hah nuin'. 'board of bund trustees, Li.llniH, In denomltiativnii .f i .a> d.
j parents fol ll\i of ,
: per rant' the Htlmutit 'bid
'.I --p |I Mr. and Mrn Knoch GrllflH. Mr. visitors to I-awley Saturday.C. I The right la reserved to reject any UH ovldeiKM' of goad faith and as a ThoUHand out HollarH of the each gasoline redaemumonthly "' i ,
The council will wet the at their rnidinonth M. Click of Jacksonville was and all l.lil/i., KUIII"iiiii.-i'" that r if awarded< Hit, cnntrnct IK prorated. inlilili
on pavirij 1 petitions and :Mrs. irllim and daughter i' t the bidder, will execute the tu
transacting' business here i Said material to be delivered on Count'. Florida under the
meeting. Every; dollar spent on 1 paving adds two to I'uurle. iiccompanled them buck all I Friday Ilhu' HI I.Illlll Ut Lr.wtt'v, I Kill contract and' give, bond an rt'uulted. l .. slat Ut', Said' bund fund to I.e pre u' I
i far UH Hampton BUlltlu '. Mrs. Zefflt Morgan, of (Jallle K. a ;MATTIinWS: 'I'h.nght" i it* luuervcd to relent any I 'n 1 Hald Hoard of J-totid Trnntttei. ..
the value of the propi. 'rty udjoining. I|, :Mr. and Mrs. Knoch )OrlfllH had vllle .Is upending this week with-I I IMrs. C. A. JTTr-H. Chairman or all l l hlilKriatiH hard mirfaclnir, the public iadn '
Kucretury 3-11-6t--l-8 and I ben Uradford'
Hpfiullleutionti" County, Florida '
tiny n> f. !I.
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-o '1:'UH their Sunday Knout. Mr. Morris Wlmberly and will go I I in at' ,.m. ol( I tI",. county nKineer. I Iowa towlt
from here to Modello and copie] of 1 the HperlflcaUOIIH lload. :S.. I hum
b to vljdt\ herfather State Road N
>\ With one high\ ay completed( : the second Hearing comr.ction I, Hester and Cook of WIIIlHton andI ;Name 1 II ratlanS mar bo obtained for f per I I 13:! at n point about three ml'" iSnnlli
: Carl limiter of CinlnoHvllle. J I I .on i 'opii-H, ...r the pbuiH may.. be of 8lurke through the Tau t '
;; and work started on the third, its about time work I M. I,. AuKtlne und two daughters H.-ul.-d (l.lils will' !I">> lecelveil liv till) obtiiinid. for tn'00 per Set.L of fji'nhiim and Urooker to the Al- ,
: I Mr und' Mrs. ln.-iinlH Taylor of of Jacksonville \ (KuuicJ: ut. ..'t"I.:', .TrtmtuvM olllce of uf the IJriiiifiird I S. MATTHEWS, chua County line, Intersecting wl'>
started hotel were visitors 'nnnn' Bi'rrutary ,
was on a building. j i .1"'k ollvllle. have been vlxltlng i' A FI'Tf'H. 'halnnan.. load liFinir, lonntructed bv Alacht,
the Hoard, nt ,
: here 1oJ Htarke" 1 H. ,'Iar '. S-ll-Dt-4-8 "i.uni\ .
j.lrII1\2 and
J. o I rc'l.itlveH. here for Bovural days. Sunday. 1 nnUI 1 clock: I*. M of I : ) aid ounty InRoad ,..
Mr. und Mrs. ro:. T. Green of 1 1137: mill, 1,1, Mutt tune publicly open-" I No irom Law .y to f. .
With Wily Sunday in Tampa, Hichoy in Lakeland and AI- ITh..y returned to JackaonvllloMonday. Starke spent Sunday here with I .-.r.. for four, wheel or crawler type %OTH: TO rit\Tit %t"ii>n UuuturH from to four ,
one Into 1 I Jloail
I No 4 from state Flood
(",ICe Semple coming tu Jacksonville the devil will have to foII '[ -. relatives. Llldflfirh, are "lulr",1| to furnishc.nii.leu '.hIH| will be received. bv the !i I'l.: the.. IK nit of InteiM, 'ptlon of N.t!
'' <. 'M .( Mrs K.: S. Carp"II'er.IIMaoN; 1 NiiHrlfii'iitjnnH with then,. I'onrd:, of lloud, Trustecl' of Hnulfnid, i ?limit,, n.inl" '' ;5;, near the Brow, -
e 'e < 'Y 4 't "
i the .
in ,
w evangelists'examplehunt! green pastures a warm hid. They will also be Miilied to founty, ut the' odlcf of the nnprntary It farm.
& I r < I I.olH and Veda Carpenter und G. I make an offer. on three trmti.iM, iml.t'inK \\ ?.r tin. lioiini, ut Clarke, Fla." until, loud I : "... 8 a distance of about
,, climate./ I e H. Darker, of JI&tksollvllle.: visited used by the county. -' o'i. .loi-lc I' M. of April 12 10ST four mile from Its lnten.f>cilon. with
)* V The right I In roifurvod to reject and, at that time publlclv opened, pond No.4. to the North edge of
o BROOKER friends here Saturday. any and all bidlr for approximately" loan( fence punt the Town of Starke.

i After a few weeks trial of its municipal gas tax, Gainesville U MIsneB Florence and Lulu Heed, C. A. FL'TOI ,: \IAT"t"WR.: Chilli': 'inilll. followlnir'" be delivered roods] ,an Instructed' on the lloud No. 19 from state Road No.

';' has repealed the ordinance, the council coming to the t aw wn 4 di a4 ot urday.Mrs.Law. ley were visitors here Sat cut-roLery 8-11-51-4-8 I U Komi cost :No to. .(:37'1ev-From County"Slate line Horn. N'o near titrmu't 13 In K the Ion A.Town wllh Wynn'a County of Hampton farm.Ituad to No In-1

'1 conclusion that it working the dealers. !Mr. I-J. c;. Long Wlldwood, Rond No 2<-From Stnte Rand lload No.: 20
was a hardship on ]Kate Ferris, of ..a wley. \UII( .: :No l.t: h, Rued :21 1 nt Frank Mor- : from tin Interned
It =--o spent I the week-end! hero as guest* visited friends here Tuesday. I j 'luhov'IKII"loils ann'* turn cif Road,, to. No: 'the I. near Town, the of James SampnonAnd Kite

of Mr. und Mrs. U. II. Colson. _.. ... I Htinluri lilclN will bo rncclfd bv the Rond No, 21-F.m, Road 8 to11f..1 ell)'.
Opening of the new hard-surfaced road through the Brooke A. L.. Crosby und S.' M. Molt -- *--- i Hoard of Itnnd Truntmm of Bradford. 0 Kitennlon.It.iiid .. In tin e\ent said
Dora Kick Her :0; '"|-From Rime' Rood gasoline tax:
circle of the! .
Uup-1 County Florida at the unite of the ,
law should I.
; r section also opens up[ a big section of Alachua county, giving wore attending to business 1 lu list will Kuirutuiv nf thrt!, ." l Stance No 13 to rrnwford Rond realm, become repealed or for anv
e Missionary Society meet I'M' Rond :xo 2B-From Prnwf'ird : null and void, laid
| Klu.I until 2 o'clock ,'. of i I : : :
k both direct: connection with the east coast and points Clulnusvllle Saturday morning. nuxl !Monday afternoon. March 14.1| .I.. HUT, und at that time publicly Road to Rrind !9> bv John Rrownlng'x Mil bonded IndelMndlienn to be a lien. on
: :: Haul' :N" 4':' lintnlilo nropertv 'In Hradford
\ north I Mrs. I. It. iulney and daughter at 2:3(1: o', luck at the home of | "IiiMi.-cl, fur cunM, rili'lliiu, or l linpinvInn n..nl1. !9. -Kr"m "'"X1 K County.: Flotlda: and: to be redeemed
Tololdit and MHH! the following rc.rulH or HHCtloiiH __ the ,
JoHcphlnuChusser 1 lI"alln: by le\v and collection
no From Rond of an ad-
Mrs. II. L. Hrownlee. All A
members "f rimdM' tn' I trod ford County: to ,
\ul""II' .
I llond H ... I.m IliereonD.
liv "'
C were visitors to Stark "rllnl<
o I please. attend. |I lEoad :.Vii 37- State' Uoinl No, 13 n"11n.. E.
27-Frnm Rtnte Rnail
IMIK! t. C'lliy I'omiU
I.111. 31 Milan
t One of the i Saturday. ---.- .-- --. ... No 13 to It and II bv Don FrlffHti' A. J. TIIO IAII.!
measures coming before the }legislature will : / :0; 13 .
up U.Y.. lluzen was attending to ..tllfa.f1711{ : : 1':1,0': '., ltuud' 21 utll mink 6lurgan'u. 11.3 Said po'ifN to be round HKlituondor sunro.MIIHI'
3.. frovide the death penally for breaking and entering, robbery business Wllllston Saturday. Ml heart I'vprexR, and. to bi nix feet -- -
Ionic and have ,
:0;.. 21--(lloud 8 to Road 9, nf leant rOil I"'H I
ud bur lady. The scales of justice would be slightly warped Minx Virginia Weeks of Starke, Albert the two-yeur-oid son of : Klenvloli' 1 1.6 Miles 'heart. tie nl the small .11.1! All i to
xpent the wuek-end here with her Mr. and ;Mrs" Frank O. Peterson ] Road No. SI-Stale U"H I No 13 .. nulife-iM to the approval of the
: >o electrocute a man for robbery' while the punishment" for > ," u I'luwfold Hand .11 I MIliH oilnty engineer. l>ei>nrtiieii. nt .he Interiornnd ,
,% vi i | Parents Miss Weeks had. as bur'Kiiottt. died Sunday: morning ut 8 o'clock Road. No. 2U-Crawford Knurl to The rliriit (51( renervod 1o reject any Flurlda '- otllce .t (JnlneBvlllo.
i Murder in a great major!I ly of cases is'! U prison sentence. ''[ 1 !Mlus Hazel Mlddletou. following an Illness of two wo"kll.1 I 1/,,."<1 !\I i by John Vruwnlng'u.' S.I and all bide R.: R MATTItEw'N. M Iul'd' 6. 1927 Notice laB
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MI l IIIB.lloud given 'that .
-o I I S. M. Mutt and Uoyio M. Galney Thu little sufferer had been 111 No. 43-Road II I I tn Road 8l.y ('. A. FTTTril. OiRlrman .!!Iarke. Florida who.I 'unnna on January Ulan, of G,
9'I i I were business visitors to Stark: from whooping cough since. October I'.uddv: Normnn'H. 2.0 lit II"*. Secretnrv lt-ll-Bl-4.8 ,.,.is.ln'1"! : }''"t"' '" i
Thirty miles hour thud :0; ', {; ; .'rRJ\Jirtrl'ctfoP: .
un is the speed limit for vehicles weigh JTueMduy.Mr. 30-Roiid II to lloud 14liv NIP, : ,
timid two weeks Influenza ,
I ago j Mm. Unit I 1.2 Mileslli.iul :if. 'r"wlI"hll'| | S. Unnire 2t E.
'a.. I Jug! more than live thousand pounds. The edges: of the }high-1 und !Mrs. 10. '.. Crosby und 1 set In In his weakened condition '| No SI-Snuo Road) No. 11 '0'1'11'! -10 /'n1'tt5"l'OltsS. lussee, Meridian linn sled
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: i !Road 14 by Don Krltfua 29 1"'II"n to,
I.ay through llrudford daughter, Miss Jf'nniOllaud! Mr. he could not throw off I the attacks: Mill w.The. Hlorl Mflu n lll he recr-lVHil In the Proof to tnbllsh make
county/ are being broken to pieces by : I n..rll of claim to Talla'i'
und !Mrs. Oe"'IIA'roHb: )' and u'lIumIJ..r of the dlstMtse Hurl he breathed hishtat ,' total lenfrth of thftfie project I'"n" ',. Mrmi 'frll..ell, of Brndford. d.M-rlbeil." before clerk
f envy trucks and busses! ul-I I' It. iipprojLlinatelv 22 2 Miles.Thu .. Flf.rliln. at the nlNoo .I' fiiretuiv nt
some exceeding the speed! limit I of friends. of Juc'ksonvlllu, Sunday. ': total quuntftleB of the Item s ", of the Hnnrrt nt Stnrke' .Suit.9"-2l8t, a\. of Wtnrko.April,

t wed them and (raveling at 1 the race of a limited train. Are I spout Sunday here umong friends.Hoyce Funerul He'vll'I1I were held i.n which. prupoHalB followscleiirliiK are demred' are 'Fin trj. '1927 nnlll, and S dVltu-lc Bt Hint r time M of publicly Anrll wltnennen 1927. :
the roads M. (iulney uncut the Monday uftouioou ut the Baptist I nppi oxlinatoly. ax 'opened fnr one* lord Touring Alvar, of Stnrke. Florida.
to be
destroyed t before action i is taken ? and IrubblnK( 112 Acre. r"ar Willi"" r'"l'rl"h'. "'
any !I week-end III Shcllmun. a..., with l "church. Uev. L,. W. Kick liter I'lxcuvut l''I'.JJ.14' cubic yard and Th' rlirht,..IB reserved to reject any (an starhe Flor-
: all hid
t -- --0--- ,Ifrloudu. Uoud KruclinK, list. ;'ta \n.Ft1Inr"n '. "' I
ficiating followed by Interment Of.// lk'in.I'ntreBted. (' m. R. 111 A1"rhiinnanSecretary : \ ,: .. Senn. of stnrke.Starke. Florida.3.11ft Florida. .
( Melrose Js /seeking legislation that will place the town |.. It. iuluey und A. 1) Surrvnry Crosby: cemetery. Albert was Lnl.riLtitl PIling 18811 1,1 n. Feet A./ KL'Trir. 8-ll-rt-4-B, A GEORGE c. S.! f? _
Structural Timber. 1(124! -
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business visitor to of four children
'boundaries within were yuuugust and the
county instead of four as it is I'
now Sluike Monday family has the of
sympathy .
; nil Alachua and Putnam counties are necking to annex it. j I Mr. I S. S. Uowling wits called tu h'eudan/ their lDa.l..1 : HUItltAII NOW IT'S OUR TUKNM6SJ :

i rudfont( county[ will lonv! loss t than 20) acres and/ it is the '[ .. I

r ( >-. opinion that Bradford/ should do nothing to prevent Mel- i

"2 "r-m" I'ofn 1 to oillier Pii'tmim or Alaohua such If

t y ;. ,i' i .-e being to I the best interest of tIll! town mid the, school proced-dis- I JUST RECEIVEDA \\V yh y'.. ?:! :;.;d\:\ .11'!!

J'd. ;
1'ulnam'n t '
:; bid for the tuna indudes a new brick high! i 7 .'11,1 f'"r. '

tihool building, while Alachua will make u determined tight'I

.t to add the section to its eastern! boundary 1,' whole carload of the famous Carey s: J

-o I and Roll "The .
Shingles Roofing Shingle r

9.. If George White Karl That Never Curls.
or Carroll could see our chorus girls' i

t" ing and dance in Stunt Night, (they would hunt the nearest Let us figure with you on that new roof I

fr '11 liver.-Starke Telegraph before the Spring rains.

i $f ---' I I We also handle : I

i" j FARM DAY Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Cement '

/ Slag, Lime, Galvanized Iron Roofing ? ,

I I Nails and Builders Hardware ad'ER N ,

>f' ;, : I

,: I J anlse C''. 1'ruuey-- --\\/11 I Florida Dense Long Leaf Pine Lumber 4 $
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a" \VrtlncNility ..1Keyntnno (' "" I

Nesxlonr I I Jones Lumber & Co. I
; -- Supply k/r/ &Wlr
;h 1 HrlithtH, .

,l 1 :y U. Hvon-tt, of the HTAHKK, FLA. .
n c I .clul llyxlono/ I

ntlnue lila reiuurkalila I II

J' V 'tiiron. on HOC In 1 ovlltf d ,.11I1"rs8&I_ I j

i -ek nf March 13 to .. ) >
+I a Klorliln Cliniiluii'iuu.' m .

i Mr. Everett: hos < | .
( i / xy/l/
I jrouKlily aroimliiK' hilt.'< < ,I CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO \ / ll

f' ut audiences, to I Ida I fi&H&jTi /

,,1 .. IntolllKent/ ..". SUCCESSSpend / I w I E T !
:1,. r alai Ills of the! ilny !Mr. : I i !
W( \ I a iplunilld typo of cur
k 1 r background of : I jour money with home concerns. Money spent with I .
-, I mate knowledge of Isle | ', foreign corporation never return Ride the CalneiviltoJtua i I 1J
,* coining lecture on "k it "
-It* crvlce J.I the equal to any competitor, and a *
hen and Why of Social ;wr l
;| home ::::: -
''id "Modern F.ltorature concern :::

''at.* with Sex : .-

1 'II be of vital Interest to I I I.p .

..uiniilbla A- sermon poriton of. roualng : / : GAINESVILLE BUS CO. I-: .- _.


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xml record header identifier 2008-10-16setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date March 11, 1927dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida