Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 18, 1927
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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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MARTIN WILL, BE Details Need of VOTE: TO......oltllt.11 sriTOHT I.VlOtA ,, Grading Rules ,: :MM IN !>iT.lUU11'I.'uus' : ; : TIIVKSUXY: INFORMATION .{j ,.

Better Highwayliiiproiciiicnt 1'"l'Iullljt. Club--
AT KEYSTONE: HEIGHTSFinal 1.'IIH'I..1t11111"101111I...nt of I I''I[on time program of the Ninth

to II.ldwillYIIiuM'Road Local <( lit the' OarlliiK Hotel
Final of Florida Keystone HeightsMiss I'rgcil, hy J, "'. .1. II. :Moore, laltth'y, Point, tut :,sonville M.irrli 22 nnd I IullolIlIl --
I At Its weekly luncheon Tuesdayrepresentative JIII'k'l ':,.'\1111> founds
to IIo OcciiHlon of Visit{ of :Moore. Itl'llCtll III (;ilo''CI'H' 111 I I'l'IIt'r ":-; Stub nnd Town 11111".1 anil
of the RadclllToChautuiuiiia
a l'hlll'I"r Mil Additional
I'Hls.I" \\ hh'h111 bo ".' ,
Several" Iinportjint 1'craonagei I ( ,
was present and spoke 11111111 II
Lulu Garrison, of Springfield Five major reasons why tho I['..1. Joneph llydo Pratt of l'iiLIpelIlilh Made fur l'rhllcg?
I to the members of time Kxchnnito: IhoIaxnulzrrs v
Ohio, left for the notrh !Monday state highway department should ot lint With the ] North; Carolina ono of
t'liib on timeChautauqua mutter bringing I npproiich I of the hlppliiK Id. M. Nil:, development
mag"fur i
after a short visit at the homeof hard-surface State Road No. 13 I of Iho Soulheru ()I"'M-I
!March 17.- ,
Keystone Heights! buck to iUnrko next season for sweet .corn 1\ few the Seaboard l Air Lino
The closing week of the Florida Mr. and Mrs! 1-;. P. Caughey.Mrs. between Ilaldwin and Yulee were >eur. asking the membership. to remarks on ills I proper Rnidlnc I II'>' f oilgi'1'ltFollowing. In starke railway.

ChauUuqua's blghly successful II. W. Strong has returned I presented to the Baldwin Chamber pledge their llnancial and moral of the crop Ix not nlnlsK. ami J. II. I the nddroHH of \\1'1 was of during till latterpurl .t

winter program which extends to Keystone: Heights after spending of Commerce at a special .tI support. to It. In the discussion'' Moore, ono of the larKi'xt growers '',,11I,' nt the mnru Ins HI' | with February mid hi company'

from February 6 to March 27 several days with relatives in hilt Tuesday night; by Its president following It wan brought out that and shippers of title flume taldo '' :M.irch :S2nd! by John T. Alsop. Jr.. County of tho AgentVnril, mudo asurvey

; brings to Florida at least three Jacksonville IJ. W. !Moore. He said in part: Starko has nn excellent l'IllIlIllIlI-1 product sends I Ih tho grndiug rules ,, :Major of JnckHonvlllo 11. L I Kenon. 'olllly'IIIU'lclllllral

t! outstanding personalities and !Mr. and Mrs E. P. Caughev, i I "This nfcul> from Baldwin to"u- qua organization nt Its doors, the rotnplleil hy thy t'nlteit Stales doixirtmcnt ,, I nf Seen unnh, preHldent of tho sweet l'I"Hlhlll's. Finding thi till .,

brings to the Chnutnuqua Florida's( Mrs. II. W. Strong !Mrs E. D. I lee goes through a fine farming Florida Cliautauqua Keystowl: I of iiKrlcnlture. togetli >r ''OIIKIVHH, will 1''IUlII.lulI.' ) also ileIver would hu corn 1.'I'l'I/lO Bo year i J'

most prominent figure Governor Mowry and Miss Lulu Garrison i section. which Is really Ualdwln's Heights, and us It was to be null" with a few HiiitgeHtlonH of lilx own I 1 nn adilrcHH morn I than IH'lIdh'lIly In per cent '
John W. Martin. motored to Silver Springs Sunday back country now but which If n permanent part of the scnson Unit lire ..(1111111).10 tho point, "'It ', Other Hpeiikorn 011 the forenoonliroKrnm I tho 1tIMOIi. wrl.0

Oovernor John W. !Martin will March 13.Guests I Improved l, would he settled" by nt Keystone: heights it would<1 lo I the Mtendll Increasing acreiiKo ihvoleil )- I Inclmlo] Don 1'. Johnston :11'111'.111 hl"III"1I11 lii 1(1.111011" top-le'iiv.tx Hi. com I

visit the Florida on : At a dinner given by i numerous small farmers of all to the advantage of limo rllU'., to sweet corn I tho furmerH 1 if Okeocliohen.. nnil II. F. Wllllamon hunker charge. regu-of .

Governor's DAYfarch! 24, to deliver Mrs. Clyde Pangborn Sunday, kinds nnd would, surely become ship of Starke to give It their sup of Bradford" county can work. apt' ,, of (:iiilncHvllliv preHldent' of sweet l' It fOI-I"/I .
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an address before tho national : !March 13, were: Miss Elizabeth our greatest agricultural asset. port. I another well paying Hlilpplun' I the I I Klorhlii\ For 'sll'i y AHMOCII|. 1,,". "' markets 1'1'1 fresh II and Illrth1'11 !

.,.., Institution. An honorriy Caughey Miss Clara Dusnord !Mr. "It IK obligation on our part to Following a motion the l Ex-, I Ichuugo priKlnct lint to make It pity lop-I I. n. {Telerw of I the U. S. !' ') 'oht I hrlnxlng' top| inurkut prices,sweet auil la
escort will meet Governor Martin J. E. Larson and !\fl'. and Mrs. 'those who already live nil along Club went on record as.tvorlng notch iirlces. I the /grading rains R..I'vlc.'II"bllllltoll., will dlHcii.. .i I till mot lux! of shipping' lugs I II III I '

and Ills start: on their entrance to Charles Weinman. I this road to give them modern ". the abandonment nf iitteinpls Hhoulil hi- carried out faithfully. '"Tho Development of Coopnnill\' '') followed( hi' corn "hlpinontl: 11"1

Keystone Heights; and will con !Miss Jeannette Lawrence was contact with the nearby cities. \ to successfully promote i Tho iictlon of u few growers In1! Forentry and What It MCIIIM to -III Ii4 seil Ion during limn 1 punt fl'OI twKOIISonS. ) y',1

duct them to the Cliautauqua au entertained at dinner at the homeof I "Residents of Fernnndlna. \'uI local ImutaiKiua.. and to lend Id.htipport shipping' Inferior vcKclahh'H con' Florida., *> nis

ditorium. In the evening the bandof !Mrs. S. A. Cooper on Sunday I lee and Callahan are entitled to nil I iind encouragement to I Iho iilTect tlio prlco on an entire rum' I The hitch' tlillS ndili'OH' of the ntlernoon Mr. MX'H; loiter follow -
the University ot Florida will direct a course to their destinations Florida" chniitauqua at Keystone: 'lit I the worst, effect IH time HUHplclon ''I" HOHHOII| w.l: ho hy Ilon.

give a concert In the auditorium !March Mr. and 13th.!Mrs. A. R. St. Clair \ ax. can be had. Heights.MKIMIMi. ) Hint buyers will have toiward { Duncan I'. Fletcher. Senior V. S. "Sir. It'u"c, Flit :. County, Ac vt.StiukK ,

al1n..x.On who are visiting relatives In Keystone : "ThlH section of Road No. 13 --.- any product comliiK from :-ii'iiator from Florida. FurtherMihJoclH "Hi-iir
Sunday March 20, Dr. Sid- Heights, motored to St Au- IH nlready practically graded rights/ : !: : \\OM\VS. 'J.l'U I Ihnt point. I If northern" buyer 111"1'I on the afternoon prnKrafliniliide 11''lrll' 4 ,
ney L. Gulick one of the foremost gustine Sunday.Mr. ''of way secured. There In little to \\'n-I ".111111(" on n few ,ilealrt on (it-count ,, I "ItalliondH. and ForoHlry, ," "I note In tulkliib \\ltli the k'oon

authorities o lithe Orient and on he clone but put down the paving. Tho monthly mooting, of the of Homo inferior packs It will lio h)' Holaiul Turner, Kenorul uitrlultural earn growers that (there stunts t tIII' to< ,.
world problems, will deliver a ser Robert A. Cooper drove up Gentlemen 1 It should be done. man's Club of Starke convened onWednesday 1..flt.'I",1 I In lower )prices. for I llm ,: '" iiKent. Soulhcrn Hallway H01IIO mlHIIIldorsllllldinit 1, '' ; Ulllnllirtinin \

mon on "The World War and Its front Daytona Beach Friday, I "...llIull)., we must ull agree that 1\lurl'll U, 11127) at Iho balance' of the HeaHon. That || :K'pII'I1I.111111111., (la., and "Kiiro-: us to tho amount of top-lcln/ I (
Causes." Dr. Gultck 1l U the author !March 11th, to spend the weekend at this state of Florida's. development club house on Walnut street Thn honeKl. procures" are not eon \.111i-1. I lieait Forestry ImpreHHloiiM', bv Unit will ho ulDWcd In llm shIp- ,

of nearly a score of prutmmd and with his parents. !Mr. and !Mrs In the maintenance of statewide regular; order of business was fol to the buyers, mono can ho hilly J I.. COKUO elide foroHlor' Jack- phiK or Kroon rorn (thin S"IISIII. Aininihi'r

Interesting treatises jp3n the affairs S. A. Cooper of Keystone Heights prospertyand! it Is to tliesu lowed. Among tho Important out any day hy n vlnll to I tite. nlilp- I ion, MINA of the growers have auk 'I

of the Far East and our te- Wesley Larson who is DeLand attending | tourists that we owe the pliortojtloutOH. : things accomplished> nt this m'ct'l plug. )plnlforinH of Starlie and l 1.lllv-1| The foreinioii' sessl.t, | of I tho I I'll 11I0.11 HIT II I'll IhlH Illfol'tlllltloll' 1

latlons to them i Stetson university at ,, the most direct way and Ing was Iho election of delegate's.. ; toy amid exainlnliiK the finality nfI|I Il .'::'Inl\, will barn three primary HiibleitH for 1.1 tie to just what the niilroml -
Dr. Gulick will bo with FlorIda 'spent the week-end with his brother I the leitht. confusion possible on 10 the I"'. F'. \\'. C convention l prodiictt olTered for solo I ISpenkliiMC 1 I ..'OI"'MII'v I l'n "lhlllll..1t for I I lai-HT. will' allow In rugar.ltto ,

Chautauqua for three additional I J. Edwin Larson, of Keystone highways, to assist them to their which Is to meet In St. Petersburg o. the rulox put In i f- "1' Iho. 1 la rd Hoods." "I'nltlnK i t lIrlng of 11'11 corn tills, I

lectures. He will Hi II'ItUTl\ Heights. I varied destinations after they have March 22 through 25. Mrs. feet hy tin department of iinrliiilliin hiiniherliiK OperiitloiiH on n 1'111"1 HOIIHOll., 1 \\lsll Hive }'llll tllliInfoi !

on each occasion on the more ce- I Hllburn niukley and Charles (I''crossed I tho northern frontier of 7'.I.. Alderman and Mrs.! )K.; M. .>. Mr. Moorn HIIVM-: I miinent Ilust|s', and ". ./'rl."lry I'ro- .inallon anil ask that )oii lines ;

rlous of the problems confronting I Wlngert, students at the univer our great state of Florida: Jr im were the deleKUt' It'ctedl. "I 1 am sure lila: a nton in tlnr'ht > : creHH In the Southern. SlateH.I A It nn to I Ihu 1(1"1 coin .dlippersl1) "

the United States, such as our relations sity of Florida at Gainesville, .-- .s'uFI'RISF'I'.l'i'IVId- ---- i .. .. ..1 1)/I: M t. .. ', ': .illreitlon and, I uelcoino. cut'It number of expel'loin'ed oporntorHmil I your. county."Tin I

with China and MoMro. spent Sunday in Keystone Heights,, : :! : i: KTATI: .,. ..ii. 'us 1 'l. ues. i'lt.. ,, u riihnu" U' vvi) will nil HI'uilu eel furoHlerH will lain part In dlHltsiIIIK Si'iilioanl tariff thin your
Miss Helen Lawrence of Keystone : ". .,! I.'lit ..' .. |I'.I nllowM lop-It ltiK not to exceed 7,*
Mrs. Edgar Stlllmau Kelley 1'11.\\1111:11: : l'U\I\JJoIU'I': : : IIF.KK: N .J.: Wainwlpht.' I" 5 I .I la'y, uurern'1 will avcniKD "I'| 'I[ these, HllbJectH. II
president National Federation ot Heights. !Mrs. Lawrenceand W I ho IncliHH'.l. among Hie in !10'I I'nlliiiinure! "' per rule. tho HCIIHOIItliroiiKh Tim afternoon HOHHOII| of thoKocnml 50 II pound of In. Thht' II't will l I

Music Clubs U. S. of A., will deliver her sister !Mrs.1'illlume, returned 1 11I1I1I..y") Haddock specal rep K I es. The dub voted to 1'11(1! t':' when tho 'Irado leiinmi.nine ) day will ho given/ over to \hu pl.ici'il' on I tin lop of rratuH III

a lecture "The Kducntioim! to Tallahassee with Miss ireNi-ntatlve for the Florida ChamIber h aid, the flu D federation! In CHti H nil gund.1b" should not (IhO dlsCUHHloil of SUBJOIN. li'llll- the ('111' In nililltlon to tin ""'11

Value ofIuslc.! ," on Tuesday, Lawrence for a short visit., \ of Commerce, was a visitor to Us Inir n 11V scholarship fund lie. mad. to di> what \\" on ;ht III lug pnillculnily to time N.ivnl iiiiioiint of leu plari'il In Ihu biink- I r $v

March 22. Mrs. Kelley In one of Mrs. Georgia McAdama ( Clifford | sturke taut week to secure data w,, Ii-li v 'I! I'liaole It to send a Kill do.V'If Hhonld. l pack evervthhiK Shrew 11111111t11')'. OI'H"A. .

, the most outstanding aimtho"'ciee i MrsValkor, !Mr. Walter Jumloson { for his article on Bradford county in illn r yen I' to tho Florida State we ship without cull, lln-n tliociiHtonivr I, On ThiirHilny, I theret
and .)tics !In musical clrc'ts.' guests at Keystone Inn Miss JoHfphlno which appears in this Issue ol C. liege; lor Women. Another' would not ho iilnild to to thn 1 Kniil lii'rii I For:"Hl I Kxperlinent : I Icliig and tin" liiirK"' Is :I'll! per cent i ;

She Is the wife of Edgar Still. Cantwell of "'orthlngton.Ohio. Iho Telegraph./ Mr. Haddock Is II. ni accomplished tit this meetIn tiny If It hint we put' up to Hell or Hliitlon at ) of I IHI iiHiuil lefrlgoratnr lea I
'I of musl for and George Wlshart, motored motion made nr I carried { I ; clmrKo. AH an llm )-
man Kelley composer ? touring the entire state and will ; was a I' lilp Is put up rlitlit."You riiiiRetnentH nro II Klllrk.1'1 "xlliin. )
such productions as "Macbeth." to Silver SlrlngsVednes- I'have u special article for each to give Countyq AgentVard j will KOIIII Hen cullH nre for I time. "Dutch Tient | h'I/I"I'lIlll lie "'11'10 til' tho Ira ,
"Ben flur" !March 9th. for the tinning' chill tills, I nand. in tin a car moving
"Proniethus Hound, day : county before Ills work in corn I n size : worth more nt homo I hail they I lire i, the Curling Hotel ; hlllk'I's
"Israfel." lulling putt in I tho county and !\II'. and !Mrs. Den Muck of ipletp. This Is the only county In \ on any innrki-t. If u lot of IIHuoiild i
On Saturday :Mrs. Gertrude Lyons Keystone Heights havo left for a the state, according Mr. Haddock fair wet out tno iiiaita| out ofeach Mpenkel'Hfll fliHCIIHH' HIlbJectH. of. I (City will hu $i.10.( Tlm c'hlln1.
lyric soprano of Washington. six-day tour of the southern part shipping sweet corn In cat''I At tho close or the business. HOSsuni ; rule of 'lieirleH' wo nhlp and liilrri'rtt to HIOMO In iillenilancf' i I, fur. loi-lrliiK|, would hu 2n i cent

who lina entranced all Chantauqui ot the state. With them are Mine lots to northern markets the president turned, thom lii'ep Ilicin at hiinie. I the Ihll'ly I The Florid" Stain Chamber. of. of $ il.ll. or $ t.UO Y.. "iil.-r-
who have heard liar will 'ling Over to Mrs I.:. K.: I'errym Commerce I Invitee nil u ho ore Hlainl, thin I II.110 IH In to
goers Dennemau, Miss Hood Mrs.\ Dr. 1 In addition to the data secured iimirlM' left, In tlm unto would ], 1111.1111
conduct a pageant; "The Songs of Thorpe and !Mrs. Anna Huhiknute for the news' article which Is be- n, of lit' ivlc. turn In'liiK live (stilts I more, per CI\IIII'I.I\ | lereHled. In the prudnl, 'I Ion .111'1 lln $iO.OI inahliiK a 1,1111) $MTor 1 I
This will be one of the III tot She Introduced, us her ntlll/atlon. of timber and {Icing "M. Tlm 20 percent
Nations. all guests at Keystone Inn. lng published l In all the large dailies 'I'hiMVUIIII, Im inn dollar and. fitly : "llr
most interesting features during; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. "'lIll'ath.who ,. of this htate. Mr. Haddock so- "l>''ulkiMl.'. H. T. Rood of Washington ri'iilH. fur tho two (|iinrtH of i iI prod.
the week. with a group of others were cured 1 from tho local chamber olcommerce a nAil Cross repiosontu-' I hnv terries. mid pack I them In ro-I'! I the KcsHloiiM urn liking" held, In i linrKcn inuilo for Ilp-klll IH for
!Monday !March 21 Is Joy Night listening in on the radio at the all Informal pertaining tit >. 1\1 ,I. !Reed told of HID ell oil rrlKi>rnti>r and Homo rraloH. 1'11111! 1 Florida lilt a part nf I tho educalloiinl ) l HIM 11'lv'h'g.' of placing Ira III Ilia "
members of the Chnntauqua of Iho li<'il ('1'01111It this limo to campnlKii to. bring to Florida body of the car, as ire placed, latin'
when Mack home evening enjoyed
. Monday / to the town nnd county Its JII"llile/ ill! through, and In HO inn |
, family put on amateur "stunts" hearing a program In which ollk'InlH, road building fanning! OI'lIl1lzo"; Junior Rod Cross In Irrulout, HID top layer lookH Ilko they hilHlnoHH, men a reiill/.allon of Iho ( body of HID car Is dolorlnintIIIK ih

for the benefit of those who can their son Lawrence, participated conditions (.to.., to be used In compiling all the schools nnd active In every wero put up for a prize and tlio Inipoi' .lance' of. tills I xrenl I naliirai to tin liiHiilatloii, of the cur i 1
only "sit and watch." broadcast from l RI Ida ,, !thIn thin schnol. Thu duty ,, resource.MIIIINJ. "I 1 hope that I havu inaili' Dili
The program was / n state book to be sent to huh! mice of cent hllrlIyIt/ to MII"I. | !
for the of the members' of this orn.u.izirlon -- hour to yon, and, I hit you' will
The complete program Atlanta Ga., and was presented Interested persons.Attorney : ....I, IIH all /get right, ami put
week of the ChAutauqua follows I- ''s to always he on the al .r last by the Emory University Academy -----e--- up an hmioHt, pin'rk and we wi II K''tmore
1' IDIUCY:: : :
. who Inter
civic Inipromoveinent' th it hi your (county urn
A : Glee; club and f orchestra both of Joe Hill Williams, of 1)uo money. WD can fool HOIIUI j lie
!March 20-9:45: : Cra'l- they deem< wise. No dues ace rn- '' oHtod. I hollovo that there will bua
Sunday which Mr. Walrnth It a member. Luke Butler, was In Starke 8111111'I 'of the. pCMiple. HO inn of I tho time i
A ed Sunday school ; 10 a.m. Hlble :'11'. and Mrs. S. Y. haulage! of day Attorney \\'. B. Com', ofMcClenny gt'i'ed' of. the. members. It Is !merely l hut we can't fool all the peoplo, i I Tln< Itchy Duvln' momorlalrhapler Rood I IU.I..Ut of KIUUII tInu
,. of Iho Children<<: of Confederacy Ills uiul evl-
study for adults: 3 p.m.. AuditorIum Oil City lire visiting tiller I an organization to teal ii the! all I tlm lime." your nullity season ;
Monday; Attorneystlerryduy will hold IIi oh r roRiilarbuslii / ili'iitly Hit will bring In
"The ho worthwhile 'I imp
Sermon ol lumen to < KIll
assembly. Hen Ramage, who Is a guest ;
son ireen; and Denioen of irinlliiK Bides for "tweet CornOiailliiK .
and, historical" meeting, on ,, .
( HH thin
World I War and Its CausesDr.Sidney Inn. I' xt'me and to give I them Home -lell'nl.u r.III'IM "IIIII.'lh
at Keystone rules for
Gulick. Pnlatku, Tuesday; Attorney (;leo ; Link. to 1"'I.torm. green corn Mm iifteriioiin. of .';jtJlh: fit 11 '\ kind regards., I mini
L. thin. Imvi been. i iIrnd !
Among prominent Knouts at Mason of Gainesville, Weduoselaj.These HoiiHnn compiled' [
21 2:30 M' lln'el Mlddleton< ih'll'clltodcd Mm homo of !Mm. I'. K. Canov.i: "Yours. very truly
March : ;
-- p.m.
Monday, given hy I HID fit ,
Inn this week !Mr. legal Deparment I
Keystone lawyers were presenting
with Minxes Mary Kunlcn Caiiovn: Nix
"I': M.
and 1"Iavolupmont I
with reining
7:30 Joy night. the members a
Lecture. : p.m. anti Mrs. C H. Thompson, of Con- lnnllerx before Judge A. X. A'l- AKrlculliiro' max foHowH' : | Hid M.irllul Powell l IIH hnHli'HHOH. I Agent" '

Tuesday March 22-2:30: p.m.. nnautvllle. I'n, and, Mr. and Mrs, klns. Minn 1.101'111'1'ndl'owlI gave; an U. H No. 1 Hhall consist rif nn"i j I All memhem' nnd prnspnctlvo iiiem- .- .-. --_ j
8 selection. f
Lecture. 7:30: p.m., Lecture. entertaining (piano of of Hirnllar vurliitulctiarnctorlHtlcH > d
W. E. Wormald of St. Petersburg green corn : : ON UH
hers urged to be present.IlUlory .
are '
11:1'JJI" 10\1
to distinguished During the social hour the hostesses !I'LI
p.m., Reception formerly of Conneautvlllo ) which lire wall I j
:.M\V: \iutiv.\Ls Mi'Hilamcs T. J. Grlllln/ L. quoHlloim for flow nft'jr-
visitors Mr. Thompson la the president of trimmed well formed and frpo ( : 12 -OnTiii'Hilny
I noon urn nn follows: 'ItM
N. T. 'I
232:30p.m. \\ J. C. Uoblnson.
March :
Wednesday the First. National; Hank of Con- yman rrom ilnmaKO ciiimed, hy Hiiiut i 1'1' ,, Mils will h>ti
'I Locate Furl Humpter.What
Lecturer i Mr. and !Mrs. Ellis Starling of C. A. Flitch, Frmk Hoover.
7:30 Hitch
., Locture. : p.m. other dlHuaHOH, IIIHITIH." ,
Ilea II t vllle. l.lllioln, i I'' Stilt highway U )-
did l President
Graham; girl born March 11, -'. Hull and It. S. Humphreysnervey
!March 24-Govern- a : 1f
Thursday I other CohH: shall! be l
It. C. Gnrvin Moadvlllo.: <:'. I'n.. means >romlse In reRimN to HeiuliiK HUP- {..tiiKini at TullnhnsHuo for the 1 ?
Lecture, by Dr. 1927. fruit salad and iced tea. r
or's Duy. 10 a.m. well Illled with and
and : plump of tlm Columbia
Is visiting Keystone: Heights Impiovcmenl
) .. .. dieq litre'Vas.
/0 Ad- .. and Mrs. Charle Mason a e --- |
2:30! m.
Sidney L. Gulick. : p kernels and welt covered, with ,
f Is much Impressed with UH beauty \S'r.ll.l.l\i .1L.11Si t4" s'I'IM: 1 thin an act of wl\r1 courtly part of Ktato Itoiul 2X run. I
:;( dress by Governor Martin. 7:30: jKlrl i born March 12, 1927. l I'fresh, hiinkH., i '
!Mr. Garvin Is Eastern Field< manager Kl'een L0. 111e 1 the Urst and .Hncond nlng from I tin JiickHouvlllirouil
' University of Florida Mr anil Mrs. E.: A. Hupp of New '(
..t. p.m. Concert, of the home department of the hirer, a girl horn March 13, Superintendent Clark has al In order to allow for variations i I npltiil l of CniifiMleriii'y. Tell H mo- east of 1lk.City to the town'
-/'t band. View at Mead Incident to proper' Ki'adluK and or Lulu and HID line,
Keystone company force ot melt enKall'd( In stringing thing: of each city. j county U
s Friday, !March' 25-2:30 p.m. vi Ihe. ((1927. the wires and placing the boxes handling, not moro than 10 purl;I I DcHirllm the 'blot'knilo. i distance of approximately Lou
," Lecture. 7:30: p.m. !Moving Pic- Mrs Gertrude Lyons of Washington l' for tho lire alarm system recently' ,cent, hy count, of any lot may l o Mrs.' Lee I'errymiiii nutria I' inlli'H. Thin rand runs from l.nk.J

110' tures. I). ('.. and well known In High rorlngll--'wrld"! Telephone purchased. hy the council. Somo below Iho rC"llIlrcmelltlJ I of thl-t DlrectoruHH. I Cly through Lithe llulliT amid

. ._ Saturday, March 20-2:30: p.m. musical circles, In. .1 guest at the Corporation takes over local half dozen boxes will bo placed, la grade. -.-.- .-. .- .--- iitnrkn; to I'alatkii and tin 'on.I -
b Woman's club. Open Inn this week Mrs. Lyons has if. I exihanges owned by Mrs. D. Long. different: Hectlons of the town for U. S. Fancy dhall consist of ears I'MU'i:! I 1'')1ST! <' / '!< I\S: IV I riot to in prove the re nut IOdnr oC.
meeting. 7:30: p.m. Pagent. Fort Lauderdala-Work to start of corn which meet till I the IMM\M:
ten sung at the president's chutch the present and more added later. green tin. loud from l-iiln on to I'ulutkk
Sunday, !March 27 Closing soon on I3AO.OOO( ( new Broward requirements of U. 8 No. 1 grit lcexl'ept -_. .. ,
In Washington.Wnt. One box will he placed In the central lI' will rums up In the next I InK of
Day. 0:45 am. Graded Sunday J. Ilutchlns. president of county courthouse. olllc and another at the power Hint the earN shall !10'1 lr.).. The demand, for biddies IK so' lent 'ultl In April.'

school. 10 a.m. Bible Study for flerea college at Rerea Ky wnn tmatJlla---PulIO;;-Service- Com- plant. Those boxes will he from insect Inury instead of froo great; throuitli( this saitlon: that the Slate hand 2H l.gll jimt ,'IIKt of

Adults. 3 p.m. Closing assembly. In Keystone Heights Sunday, I to extend electric linen to noted to the lire siren con-I from damage ciiimed by InHect In- homo poultry 1 plants cannot all p-I tin point whoro tho JackHonvlH

(.\IlKltH: 8HIPMKVTM:: : March 13th. Mr. Hntchlns Is one this pany city and to Ehlrld.I an automatic volume control. Jury.In. ply tho ili'iniind. and I'lie'ID Ham ,I rand iriiHHHH thin jooi'Kl, Soutbernrallronil
of the most noted of the yiun?<3reducators I J order to allow for variation III beltiK pii'HHed Isto. Hervlco.. to. till truck and rues i-mt '>t
received during the past of the country. I I -- -- Incident to proper grudlnK timid the broach. A week. seldom, and parallel with the rlllrlaJ. The

week Prices for trawberrles averaged lOc Henry Clay Evans who Is Still Has His "Heavies'U. ; ; handling, not more than 10 percent Pa. wlliont a shipment or 1I118M-1 first work, for which .. borwflviMl
the shipping plat spending his first year in the his- .I.Ir I II Ik by count of any lot may l It" jlddlfH 'In",1111 I ? unloaded at tho In 1\1'1111111. ant liridKOhiillilliiK. ,
per form quart, 27,592 quarts going out by tory department of the Universityof 4'ityyjt below the ri.iilrement| of thin I'I'Iradn. 'illlro, and WudnoHdity) I'oat notster'': on the Mud \vlllhe

and pony re/r'.i,;..rj- Florida, Is a guest at KeystoneInn ( lull delivered a total of 2700. In hard-mi rflt'oJ, In express addition to the movement during his series of lectures 1'ncluttnlflod hall conulxt of'!' slit" to nf their long oiirney-i from I I11'1(111111" I The old rllll followed, l h>' 23
whldi IH not graded' III' nnd Carolina. the chlckH1
truck shipment from /green torn \ runs from \\'Atl.rtO\1! to Lulu and
by express here.D. with either of the fora- ,arrived In good. and tho '.
section were unusually loavy I O. Stewart manager of the I'onformlty i i shape per- IhlH now road ruin Into tho old
and -slightly higher prices were Graham Hotel of Gainesville: was IuillCrud"II/ |I''entaKo': of loss IH very small. I trail u short illHtanuo' Month of tbo
Inn this Ili-llnllloim f.f 'I'i'row ----- tits ,
for extra good fruit. a guest at Keystone ,yen lii'Klnnlnic point at Jalol.
week. "Similar varietal charatterlH-1 njiiry extending, not moro than vlllu road.Florld.i.
fruit Is generally of good
The are: attempting Oponlnic of New School tI(..." nif tin H that time ears! In any '' ,me ami nne-hnlt Inch,," front the' -.-- --e- -
quality but to soiaa grower 01a very interior The openng of the new Key- ontnlner, are of Hlmllar color and I Imp of the cob Hhall not hum. roKni'd- lies gained a half million

pass topping the bas- stone Heights school building took character of growth. Ears of ,,,d I nn damaKod, but worm Injury people In the peat two or

t; with quality first by quality berries.Oro'ers place in the school auditorium n Held and sweet corn or white tt'id. ilfiif Unit kerneU on nther parr of throe your which shows !that ',10

kets who are putting up their Wednesday morning March 9th, yellow corn shall not bo mixed In flu't cob Hhnll bo considered '1'' a few new people huvn "k3Q up
: their n-Hlilenc In thin autll. Speculation -
10 o'clock. the same container. Ilunmulgel. ,
at '
shape are having "
in good
product In selling at advanced The following program was preceded "Well !trimmed" mean that the "Wi'll flllftd" means that mime In Florida liindj hat \ "w.

no difficulty City is still ship by the pledge to the flan! w' I ears arn practically tree from rows. of kernels show Early mil- i.'il and the entire suite has coaled

prices. Plant and prices will not which was repeated In unison b y loone. liunks and that the shank; form development and that Late: up- dawn to farming and fruit grow.
ping heavily de the school children. I It I shall not extend more than one learatii'o and quantity of the edible lug and rtlo''. rktng and real 111iliiHtrl -
these shipment
advance until Song-Star Spangled Manner Inch beyond the point of attach1 1 portion of the ear are not maI I sad ToIopmcnt of nil

crease. from Jack Reading from scripture and I ment of the outside, husk.. tonally affected by tho poorly' durelopod kinds. With the vast sums l meting.
Trucks coming out ., "Well formed" that the scent b/ public utility ennlpatueSt"roaghout '
L. Hart. ; moan rows. ,
In the prayer-S # l'
sonville are buying produce sold SongAmerica.Greeting ;;?, ....;....." earn are not stunted. Nubbin are "Plump and milky" moan Ibat'the '' tho state It will only

fields a load of cabbage being one of In behalf of the churU l lRev :I t ; ,,' ,,,,.'J"' ", not well formed ears. kernels are well dcvulopod bat I bo a question of time when many
Wednesday by Fred Flume E. D. Mowry. "Damage" mean. Injury from lot over mature or shriveled. many truckloads of cabbage, carrots -Greeting from the Woman e I '. spring Ihoray.. but this big lellow nir"nM to Mi'Ui. 'b.\ any cause" which materially ufTocU: I 1"rollh Leant tbat the hunks country estates and there will "0

l beets and other produce disposed ." !!.'. the itallloo "Eaton Premier King." and h. woa -ant_pills the appearance of the edible qualify ire not badly wilted. dried orl farm everywhere-modern furm'
1 I
of by him during the past I ( Continued On Page Eight) In his cUsi at a recent bores how la London j' of the ear. Ears aho.-!!!" worm turning( \ yellow or brown. with modern .
few weeks.


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-Il Wo aro not l'II/OrS-hut/ wo are - WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON -

agaIn helpl..,'''. But we do demand I TI"

Too Much Efficiency uur nlli.uanccn. or finch part of r- Newt Florida in Shot Paragraph f 'f Hope Immortality IIThe T

_ them ns you N"O nt to pay Hhalt bo .. .
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gIven to UH la tho regular manner _
lii Ktlmol I> for Slurcli UOt'
Intrin.itliniiil I'nlfoi-iii ;
EJ'RahI I In a I lump HUIII monthly.
By :-- "A month In advai.ic?" Hnld th,' Tho Hoi'* of I 'h.ui.II""H.-'f't: John I I! 1-3; :2: Col-militant :Stl-lO;

hIlt ,, ..>. I Live State News 1 John :*:2.: 3.
"I iflk-iiniy rnnn. elovutmn ) _ _ _
I ItlXil.N; hEld: ': TOIY I .VeveithclcuH., ho ronlhiin-il.I
I,""OWH'h)'? l Uo you sIflII| l It all 1'I
IOII% \\'. lllt' I thu nut .'day?" -
hi-iiil of it .InrK* hnnlwnrt I nin not here to tear clown ui thin life- the life eter- f
that alo, >
fif course' not. Hut s not |
ronrvril. In Irlltlitic n fur two l'-xtn ximitly, to icnru.inl/.it" nndnKu1t !
'> :
.** ofChrlHtians
months. lie hat iirrniiui-il ... ilttr our right, tf) ruci-tvo it nil nt mil. That l I" the hope I-\
<-'. While I feel that even. u lit' first I,
IIn' .11".n. I in
Ilfi .ngInI.rr once cam 1.11 ii,uizi'.l I
Ifdudl"l1> of fifty cent In TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES
charge i f lilt liini-hnlit tltirlnuhi (per your 1
fil,......-.. Hut hf ,..".. !.. In* .llIotkancOH I llovH. nilt fei fly IllOPt thillexlinoiillnnry "'1'00 touch leintitiitlon. ",1,1lI..tljC I I tWO paSHUItUS "' lisle| | U'UHIIII. I

I form. hl.*. three icrimn rnlhlwi, I I Hllunll l.ti. I olin Ii not I ; !, shnklnx, hilt head. "LlcHldoa" The proinlw" Is e\temled.: "I
( on.lnni11111 I I I ...n.110.I -... of .. .. II
} _._, receIve you
hi.. tIllfln. l lri's. I tho matter, ftirlhi-r" at thin I Ilino..Minn It's. not OLonoinlc., I'ellinps you donut .' --------- --'----- ---- ; will come again j I

II. II 11): (..,. nnnllttinl. I" Ihe : I Iliooke\ UnIt :Mr I Croolle. you know It, but many banks pay I of tinto myself: that where I nm
cafnl'avlIlo.xcavatlon; work tiects Tallahassee with number
Job. tfik<... rI...rge of I h.' II..",... will hui'r.i rt'r roci-lvo 13.33 per ilay ', /Intoi--Ht, on daily/ balances.\ This Inl I | there )'e may I be also,"' .tiiA
I 'ii. :
ntnitftlon. II. ... I IIPIVPS I Is. on the new municipal building haul gulf coast points. ':
l ho wIth Iliu bank In which I nwnn'. .,..n ror.. 1.11.1 hIm II.. cat Ii. Allro you will ho |ulil. tl I 61)) I' CLING In I tho lifo Hint ,
IthrnrjInln nil olfl,0. 'I ht. "rhlldrrn. All P.S yner.ta will I I IMmad..- dilly at : 'in-' father left an account for this I hf-C'ii completed, anil, work on | ncal'1l.--APPrOXI-1 u.. lire t\ldemes. of the .-ti-rnal

I ." "n"",,, no othrr wnyout. clKht I thirty o'tlork! In the rimming In I household, That account Is undi-r I pouring conrretn' for foundations West Palm i lifo that Is the Christian) noal.'

II......hnte. for l-on llirlr".-luilrl I......IhIy.... M-tllloit..11..,,. IhlH ,.m.- '. nnd VOl.tWllt111 he duly I 'my solo charge. ly: pnylnt,,' tile three bus started Completion of the I mately 300 defendants wel".a. j This Is Bhown In the third, |>n--nK"-

"n."h',* I. noinlitiilnl nml I HlKnc*>f you 42CO:; n niontli In advunco nn project IH promlHod aitortly.S In a damage; suit flied today of the IrsKon gIving mir, 1'',i'- -' lit
.OkIIH"... 1'1'' ''. ,.Mlllllll. .. 10lltilile .'1)11'." ">|tprei lablii amount of inleicnt will .. I Jed I the h.i' I". ..I Immortality -
who, %.nnl. .. ... know I ('Ii nHt.iin.. e wns tinned,I Into tl ftlunvnn I I li- I'.Ht. IlI'''i> liiR you H.31! |)cr day C .. I I against Palm Boac-h Ocean Heally 'experiences ai

."h<-ihr It I I. I-\I>,-rI..I| ihntMheftp ." i 1 00 Ail-" <. waH tri nil-llnjfc. with Il I iln I I > i-.inalnd?<.,iof n coiiHldfiublo. sum. ()rbando.--Il, : lKa.- A. G I'H' .tt I. funinus -- company ami' property-owners, In I i .

4 Kmliilllfii t-fifillniiril I. ii ,lii., '1"I'"r 'If h,'"i' lilt-i... Dilly I i' ,luc.'<1. of court.,*, l hy dilly drafts, l poet nnil speaker, entertainoil tho Paris Singer' development. (,.Mi's 4'liii.ii"u'ui

,NOW "U< ONIIII) 'IIII.; :MdltVAI.K'l ,,t",uTiit'l, ,, 111,1, inC fit Interest. That! I.. (Ii., I IlL largo crowd, hero thN wook "Palm Ileach' (Ocean" by the At- As Cod's children! \ ai clook

': ..IHK.I. .111 ,.1111:1 ix, lima I \v.. \\out lund, On i If" he critd.1.I'l I pulley that I hnll follow\ You will with nn Informal talk nub read- lantic, Gulf and 1 Pacific company. Ii Ii oath.! What shall i be the future
ihnklni: hlH, nit i' n.-n,. Hi.- I It" |"afd.! In checks each morning of ", !1u-h"l.. ii lilt t Ill ii "" Ins of his choicest poems. The suit was for collection of .of a child

She could not Ht..k hi-r 'I"'l.j, 1< ) lIce"Thl crowning*. Hnl't.'onlltll..ce.'outrage." stonily ''s C a S CiIurasota.I'repnrations nearly $200,000 bnlnnco due on a natural 'I II PHI!Ion t Hint mil v<-rvexlxtenco
oMI'H. And In the p ;r-
alnt A hunilii-il' dullaiH, it "' bill for clc-nrlng, drainage, Jrelg-
bo- '
look that '
I at it nl'e I
in sorry way of
.. i you lot'lull of eleinlty\! the cln am ._--
partlcul.irly I v linn HhiUIIM, tl.ittl .Miss I, I'.iouki1! it ttlmply)' good hunl log made to entertain scores of log: and' filling: in of the tna-t: now a never-fiidlnic hupplne' ". tin- an-

u dgo maiK Huiiit- Mini.HKHIIM" i i n,'si. I lluwi'\cr, Lull willini to put It hnnkers here when time Slate known as Palm Bench OrciiuJacksonville. rents.

"I will continue I hew KLIHIIII i ."-,' I I this w.iy it' you object to a dully. Hunkers', association holds its annual S S C S i ester It is our mil me to look ahead
I h< rl\-t \> lll make' weekly puymontif, .--The 1927!> con- '
'I ho sn-11. convention Apl'l 25 and 2ft d""rmlnehllt' shall
nl.ruplly"Allonn I to try to
{ M I the end lumc-v ,'. ru thor than the '
C.I J. Hammontt hotel manager; ventlon of the Florida Education after this. It is natural to
? <'''". |ilriHO': I iiNifnitiil I I lurlnnin' ; of lha week. If you ac'
I Hinted today. Association will ba held l In Tampa, hope for the larger! and richer' ex-
I I cc |I.t this Ii"I.5 ii it'flient, tho ilmt payUK -
Alice."Allou.iincM.. nt will hn imula a wcc-k fron to C S S S(1aitieavlhloniler December 28. 2t! and 30, it was I l'el'lt'IIc's 01'II life beyond as we

if you i I'.r| ,iit. On- dny Ten Flam, announced yesterduy by O. Elmer I] come to know more alit< more the

word U AH xhort n* the iitln, ,r. I I, uavcrcd. Sho h.ul $.'.70 will ho tho subject of KdwardTomllnnon I Wilbur, Duval county miperlnten-i i Creator and to compare to His fectlon, life without eu>l.

.' ahull I hrmevvr, teilm-c I Hum |I' ft I I-,.i rliai' for a wet-It she could! WOIknown\ authority dent of public Instruction. Decision glory the fact of our own exist As there Is beauty in our liven,

I CuiiHUincc" rosa out of her hair ns i > Ill II Tut: Hilly and. Allco were on South America when he lectures to hold the convention In ence. we come to dream ol n pcrtCLtlonof
We bra and feel
If linM-llctl) by""", ,, tinHcon foreo to I thouu-lit I \ ot. They were ..I"RII'I here at the coming PedpnHi Tampa In December was. made ata I iThe world limits our senses. All It beauty and what would too tl.cro bo to
.it.i I, No. i lie prldf> of tho lirookar. meeting of the executive committee man-built Institutions to!ten.'hates'er ,
Shuhiclod nnil gliuoil" ncniMH the I Chautauqua. ,
live for if this munltCHtution must
r. mllv Wfintd hivo before
to grovel > i Is worldly end*. But
room. filly Btonpcd. 1 In his linr-ks. II J N i c. in' "- It wns tho d.illy. wngo.f S S S S of I the asHocluton fOllow-I \ end with death''
I I I. Ocala.-This city and Marlon ing a session of the our human e.\perlenie gives! us an Into touch with
"All nllownncoit willio reduced i ml.t uil|'" v. of Dally we como
I I Inkling of a life of the spirit,
fifty p''r rout.. announced 11,1'(1), \\', wish, to tilk it over" she county are laying \plans for en- the county superintendents of public the soul of that which In. apart the life Immortal. Kr.'duesu. jj-ii-:
-- ,1 tertainment of from 200or instruction of Florida. Mr. anake-i the int ttlon
"until I fuithi-r InxcHtlRiitlon delegates Is path, mercy :
that which
: Oitalnly.. osaontcil, Hedge.I Wilbur Is chairman of the association's from the body I
Th"I''IIH II inohill/atlnn 1 of i I more who will meet here the ''not earthly. Therein lies our hope that is lu us, tho I'otUrs that all

r.rooki-a on tho n|>ponlto hl through the big rci >-|>tlon room Charles It!. Fisher Miami superintendent -I must ba pinlliplu'! '.
talil.-. Allro WillS Ihnnkful for tho attend the next state beautCU-iitto! 1 desire for perfection is good ness
iiul I Into
I a far: corner of tlio mimici'ni. -
oirixal of lu-r" lOHt'iVf-i' I meeting. Prominent speaker will of schools of Dade county I We walk by faith, ret by i .;TU' ,
rI [I.t wheiu. they wi-io" lOS to from deep In us. We go on searching;
You :file to ,'nl-ollr nlnunnci11' I : be the attended, I the executive committee I the lesson uayi. It I Ii *> <''; ,.''!!.
|1"l\lll IMl .'. It WAS, ISIIIyllo KpOkOlilMt. on program.Orlando. happiness and for tho perfection
In llnlf.I !" MIL> iHkcil nlo\\l'. S S S. meeting.; lie in president of of that will know Itoit. I drvii wo Il nit c.-suy t> trust I il>o
"In t h.iirpnvalla: I t tlully.. >..lil thVffiIfll < happiueiis '..V'oI'
"Vini 111.idi.1 Hue 'mess of I U. Alice!" .-The Atlanta Const the Florida :Education Association. I -nd' tottering llttlu legs. nail
-)' iiKin. h<- i xiti, I 11111"1. lull again, but faith "> iW*. belief
Linn railroad limit promised to I install
.I Lilly! KttriialWe : I
"Aln I e II i.l Iir best" .di-clat-pil Con. The Love I that v.-e. fl'all b; : tile t> vittk.
"Unity. electric signal lights nt nil Oofnoflvllle.r"j.I"fI"ntalive
sinncn I di,.fi naIvely' """0111 In 1 you / I strive to make our buildings and NO wo striltlup:
Allen wnn Cllllhl<-n1. !Shn feltthu Intersections of their tracks with of the wlvcj of membertiof
,. h-\- ilon' .mv u better?" our brldxc-s, our hotm-i. ii'"r- Ho wltli the I To if Mnul V. i>
rruHKinliiK his Ii.I of Omitum 1 MhouMur nnil t lookotl .it her
(ilOIi1tngly.I ui> him the 1I1'IL' wo eninod this money automobile accident\ ) Saturday in dety met at Primrose drill thl' tahOe desire that I Is L.I" d ,n ..MMBouU : I 'I 1. t- ',.i li\i-d i'ho'a i M < ,

: "Vou <.ln t tho u.- I. C'linnlish< or a inic lliln-t" III,, that?" which one wan killed and another morning, upon call of 1IrAV.. -tlio ioiiKlnii I tin i i''n ,il I' "i- mil i toil h <- nun ,nuircil. "Uarn:' It': Jeered Alice. "A lot wo I"j!II red. Lasslter president of the state wo
do i,> Il. nnd! know It."
un you S S S
"I llnil. Hulil I MI-OKI' i" h"> i "fl. man's auxiliary and l organized the
"He l I'tlkH as If wo vc-io" panliandliiu. brought/ In by race-followers aa ban asserted, will lose more than
tlnut-il to innko rni>ii,| flfftiti1*. "that I'ulatka.-S.. Ilowley. mayorof Woman's Aux-
I ." .i u Ott lOll ElI!,hly. A lachu tin County excuse for setting aside the court $2,000,000 a year If the new ratesgo
your fatht-r haH I"-,!!, |I.II'h'K two of Mnteo for hni
Sun many years, Medical
"It-it wns like On iliary to the County association. -
standing a orders. Sheriff Bryan was ordered Into effect The railroad commission -
you nt t I tee into of inoxlmately i
bre..,! line." monnc-J, 1 Alice. been re-elected mayor for tho The following officers\ ,
OKA; n cl.iy, ImlvKliniT' Sundayn Ouch 1 to enforce the law as it wa on the other hand Is fared
'"Come" Into" .>Led COniitn flee. seventh consecutive' time. The elected to tho coming
rui serve
liollfl.ivK" ; a nil flip other nt th- rate ot were I Interpreted. with a state and national law
\Vo'\e not to derIde It's half:: or town has had only four mayors In i iMm. :
bout 13.33 n il.iy. Out i'f' thin what year: Mrs. S. D. Illoo. president; Thus ends racing in Florida, at which states that railroads can
do you ..pen.I?" "lie /lulLs (IS i(_ we wereIlllUZtIlCrS.t' nothing :30 years S. \V. Kowley serving as C. L. Prldgen Waldo, vice-
"I won't take half!"- formed' her the first executive. least until some legislature; makes only charge for their shortest distance -
"All. taft h
you Mm. King, secretary-
i president;
brot her. It Is between two
expect?" S S. S SOrlando.Work betting legal: again. commonly points.
""'hol for?" "Do you, want nothing, then You Ilreasnrer. Plans were discussedfor thought that the present S S S SCoy.
the efficiency has started on the state meeting to be held
Whereupon man know
\'eryplI nono of hada
"I I ""'hy. nn>'tiling we want, ofcoiirnc' us ever legislature will never legalize the John W. Martin has finished
the -
asked, a famous question! : bank account. We never even clearing Highland avenue in West Palm Beach April 5 and
: "What ore you going to do aboutIt thought of askIng. for one when 'tract for construction of a largo 6. Mrs. Lasslter gave report of purl-mutuel system and without ,. his general message to the
; "ClothloA'-"ho"H-lhthl on heat? ?" futhc-r h.. .... listen the Parsons that system there will be no racing. legislature and within a week will
: euctleil IlnlKo' 'lirlHkly."Mont was Now ; you'db"lIer cold storage plant by the woman's auxiliary to the
: certainly not:" exclalmodConrttnnce Fight! take this llfty! per cent utter Interest. At the same time an American Medical Association.Gainesville. i outline a special message dealing
frl ldly. "Very good. How? because If you don't. HIlly you won't announcement was made that the C m. S S with the Everglades situation.
: "1m you nic-an to tell me :Mist 'Vhy-why. simply refuse to put have a cent to your name." Parsons Interests will spend $500- The electrocution of Rufus Meantime he is planning to go to
with m"! fourth biennial
up There was an Inarticulate .-The I
) j nrooko. that you. for example, ilu You mean rather than accept lent In his th rOllt. rumbling 000 In erecting a second plant at report of the Florida Farm Chesser Clay county youth who New York to confer with Dillon
not fit leant purchaHf your clothing murdered his sweetheart has Reed and Company and other
month City.
than two.hundreil dollars
a. "And ou'll bo In tho ,
11 ">10 fix, Colony for Epileptics and FeebleMinded
of the
sum of $2400 a year? you will take nothing? Is that It?" Alice all ot us." continued Con S 0 5 S again been set by Governor Mar bond bouses III an effort to sell
C'onKtnnco Iiiughoil hut It WIIDmlrthlem has ust been by
,. Sho down IIIlly hesItated and felt Constance stance. "\V.- can't go around like St. Augustine.-The Hotel I tin. Tho boy was adjudged: sane $3,000,000 worth of Everglades
p ulimreil nt herOreflM. Superintendent Dr. J. H. Hodges
.. a n.h l contlnueil to laiiRli."If pulling at bin sleeve."Because beggars' ; you know It. For my part.I Greeters of America will be honored I of this It states that rapid by Judge George Couper Gtbbs of bonds with which to continue

you iinilerHlnoil' 1 anything about ," added Hedge, "If that Ill going to take mine." during their' convention here city. Jacksonville, end will be sent to dralage operations.
,If* the I shall bo greatly gratified. "Oin't. vo borrow the rest somowhere progress has been made In developing ..
case. I S S
r,. ;;rown. you \voulI not ask such n shortly, by the presence of E. Baden located death in the week beginning/
? the institution since it was
oueBllon." iiho wilil. "Of J do I really cannot coo why you of the The state pardoning board Is In
course Powell, founder Boy !March :21. Chesst-r was convictedtwo
children need any money at nil. Ilvln "Ilillyr''rho here seven years age). Twelvibuildings
not nice mv nlnwanre fur I'
uny mirhpurpoHv. Scout movement In England. HoIs years ago: of murdering/ Sally session to consider more than 25
It"t holly fur as you do and bring fully provided )proposal shocked, Constance mostly brick' comprise
ipense, (U, I see lit to use it ixTHunul." for. It you refuse to accept a Lcraiisn It assailed 1 her Llrooku, pride., 1 to bo presented with a Hli.rer the main group. An underground Boyles on the road to :Middleburg scheduled appeals for clemency

I "('ml hot lire pemnniil, I. are they reduced /gratuity It will mean, ot "Nono of"us will cvc-r "",,'ow. If I loving cup In recognltl n of his heating system for all th-j !buildings In Clay county. He also slew his I and many others brought In wIth-
course, that I shall suvo hundred. cnn help. It. abe "nhl l stoutly Then out notice.
'4 '0 not? a work. from a central plant l is, now brother-in-law! at the same time. I It Is expected thatniomut
Instead of !fifty per cent on (this Item after a pause"Well: now that wove S S. S '
vt. "I'elHunnl, -|x-lh i's shin| nilmltteilcoUliy. Two brick Ills case was thoroughly reviewedby 1 of the week will be given
"f hoiis-hold l waste I should be glad nco-Mod half hall we take It by the Hearing completion. '
)lnt they lire on father" Tallahassee.-Two hundred, and the supreme court, and over to hearing appeals.
(to mako nui-li n s.ivlnc. Arc day: or the Meek?" buildings for epileptics. provHe1for
.. ,\nll.h thin lila,. true of you?" do- you fifty-two applications for clemency! though; his attorney has. Biied, aI-I' S C S.
mnndeU I lledKe. ..illLrply wltli me or nuainst, me?" "Let's go Uu-ls and fight for It by by the last legislature have
glancing ntHilly. Against you!" the month in advance." ald Hilly for state and county prisoners' will Just been completed 1 the contract a writ of error I'eturnnhleIIIY: By riding all night: Governor

% "Ami then voine." ik-d u--il. Hilly It was tho Bin III nnd cul\oilne| Constance thiKik her head.! come before tho state board of for two additional cottages ion t there Is nothing to prevent I tho Martin expects to he able to attend -

""'hiy I oJ..n't even lIlly !RaHnllnv out \ 01..'" of Allco that rrli'd, out "It' would do nn ""0<1." she snld.. pardons at its semi-annual meeting 'employee Is expected to be let death sentence from going into the annual convention of

P 1 "f.mine!" The efficiency man niched. has'Douu all t you 5' chow he's got 11M? ll l I.. to open next Tuesday, ac- March 22. The colony 1 Is under effect a month before that I lne. In'' sheriffs in Okeechobee March 17.
Wt-ll" i>lNert, cit I bilge jiidul.illy.'If "Veiy well" ho s.ild. "All allow- cot $2.79! lulun rncney and wo'vo only cordng to u Issued by the secretary control of the board of commissioners the opinion of omcliils here. :J lie will adjourn the pardoning
; us-and) I that's nil
,. nono of you. employ' your, nllou.nnres I anrrs are reduced l>y on<: half, to go" mine. And. 1 tan Hce he ls not going of the board today. The of state Instltutloni. oily board for the day, leaving the
in the purchuie i>f food clothInAr. Into effect without furthc-r III.!ire. I
I hearing
to change his mind. Ho hunn't yet board will conduct an open feeble minded and epileptic! children Charles Browne, convicted, of night: before and return to his office
Conntanco rallied 1 from
I tho her
or flt'cCsMltt.M| of lire. u nrh | >"r
I DIV" ctherulso |viu\ldi-il by your We .u-cept this humiliation." BhosAl'l flu 11 nn> ihinfc. "'0.' my POut, I tun on the applications.Ocala. .. are takn. adults not liei'i, admitted. the murder of Howard, 1). Usher I i on the morning of March 18.
//.Io1nIIL l l.ati,,' ,-tc. S S S S
w Hut I in think-
father., I m-i no leicttmitno I reauon for bitterly, "b<:CIIUHP. iinld' our Tho present number of Volunia county three years ago/ C'
(lug' of )MU an'l l .\11,, ." PolicemanIj. Chicks need
pn:; nllownni't-i nt nil." father ri'lurns.. wo i-nn do nothing .-Motorcycle children at the Institution It :130.By was sent Lack from the death cell plenty of sunlight

I Them wise a chorus of cries from ..I..... Wo, are h'ili'h'uiit.t!| You hOve :MI\T: I \l-mii, Drprrrlnlloo I i K. Carter chased an automobll- the end of the year the capacity In Ralford l to be reseutenced. After and green feed. Don't be stingy

/ the .three Drookcs. insulted UH by callliiK It u gratuity nn hiniNihiilfl ....,.. bet for u half mile before he final will be increased to 125.:: an insanity plea had failed to with either.
him. He then found, C
ly captured
his )last death
I that the car pure
II. P. and t,. R. Gulney motoredto The attorneys brought the argum..ntIhat for erection of new city hall in
I at $3,000. prisonergave
HAPPENINGS Hampton Saturday mornlr,;. his name us W. J. Humphrey ho shauld have been sentenced this place.

IV'I I J. II. Mott and L. U. Onlnev and, said! he was from Tampa. He News From I l to be hanged Instead of Vero Beach-Contract let a'

were visitors to Starke Sunday fined $325. electrocuted, and on the strength: $25i.l)01! ) for paving several milesof
!r AS TOLD BY OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS I ntoi'ni ng./ *. S. S a State CapitalTallahassee of a writ that.stopping the supreme the electrocution court Issued city streets.TampaNew.

Mr. and' Mrs. R. J. Waters ,nd Gainesville.-This city 1 Is about Portland cement
,,?,, ,,, ? ',, ,, ",''''' '', '' '' ''''' '' '' , I Browne whoRe defense Is being plant established
8 4 .IlelIjliitlijIIoItrlIljIImiulrniIIflt'tIIleflIIPlIlI.WIWI" '' ''' !!!nIflhltmtma!:! !!!!!!: .! it ernne.rnmrnIIrnIIuoImeIuirnmIIirnrnhImIrniIlIuuIlepmmuuIfu' ''' ''' nmve.1 (children of Starko, were vIsito.M to repeal its local -gasoline tax financed in this city recently -
largely: by Italian
organ I
$ 4> 4> 'So '$ .?> .!> >J> <}> 4> "31 InK was greeting old! friends here here Sunday. law. The city council has. ordoied, izations In New York, will haveto .

:Monday, Mr. Lawson was connoct- II. P. Gnlney and A. B. Surroncy brought before It an ordinance repealing Fla., March 16.- Jacksonville$50.000 addition
hanged. It Is I
ed with the firm of Burklns & were attending to business In New- the tax upon motion of Every horse and dog race trackIn here. understood I to be built to Florida National

<8> truck laying through here several -- that In his opinion the city hail will never be re-openel until the

months ago.C : V.U.KXCI\ made a mistake by passing the legislature legalizes betting in this Because the Seaboard, Ar Line
> 00' 'V 'I> 3i < thi < J :
\1.' Urlml1 was business visitor those
Among tim traveling aalonmon state court handed downa Coast chambers of
to Starke Monday. Jacksonville :March: 13.-Walter !l- 4 to supreme
calling on the trade hero I thin. past Valencia! 34 well-known I S C decision which branded parl-mu- commerce to permit the Florida

week were F. Y. IMckey, of Galnenvllle II, I!. Hudson of Jacksonville 1 died late Saturday. night' citizen at I Jacksonville Florida's sunshine tuel or certificate wagering as betting Bust Coast railroad to charge

(o're"rkey.. of Waldo, \'. wan transacting business here (o'rl-I his homo Washington avenue, and oranges are the state's1 and hence forbidden under I higher fares between Jacksonville

M. Click. H. A. HuKooil.! J. I.. day.I' I :Marietta after a long Illness. :Mr.: greatest assets. Dr. George; Wood the state law. The opinion set- ; and :Miami\ than the law allows I

BrldKRH!; ait4V.. Webb of Juc-kHon- ... I Valencia came to Jacksonvl'lo n- Clapp. of New York edtltor of the tling this I long-argued point, written the state railroad commission

vllle. hI d .0. .5 < -I' 4 h' i' 4iIi bout 9 yers ago He was a member Dental) Digest! declared at a meeting by Judge Louie' W. Strum and will hold hearing for Seaboard I CURED <

Miss. IH-th Wlmherly ami C. :M.Cirlfflu !. of the Second Day Advent nf. the Jacksonville and Duval concurred in by all judges except' :March official in Jacksonville in B to 14 Day

were ImsiiU'H visitors to !, ." church and thu Jacksonville Ctmp county medical' societies here. Chief Justice William II. Ellis and l 21.

Storks :Monday.Mr. BROOKER No. 403, Woodmen of the World. I Florida's sunshine differs from Judge Rivers Buford. was on the I! The Seaboard, In a statement All Dni&lsu are authorized to

a that of the north in the winter in case of the Pompano Horse Club given the ,commlxslon contends refund money If PAZO OINT-
anil 1>l. E. I-. 1'iulKott: and Those who survive I him ar" ''n-i
(irandnon Kdwnrd Carter of Clrot-u I' ?> <$. ?> ., widow Mrs. Kattle Valencia; hN I ultra violet rays he saul.S of Pom pa no. that If the Florida East: Coast is MENT fails to cure any cass 01
S S S The required to reduce! their fares because ITCHING BUND BLEEDINGor
'ovo SpriiiKH visIted l fren I"p.wBter canal tracks at :Miami and dog track the "Moultrle: cut-off," a PROTRUDING PILES. Cures
Saturday Friday for Lake city to npeint '. welder\ ; two daughters. Polly and n I i'
I; :Mm. L.V.. Wllktimnn and 1 1IIR1: few days v Ith relatives. I Geneva Valencia\ and one son, I from :Miami to Polnclan.i the at St. Petersburg were Immediately I short line between Bunnell and, St. ordinary cases in B days tho

V Katlu WIlktnHon of !Maxvlllo Stafford Valencia, all at home.Three I west coast, completed within 19!! ordered to stop by sheriffs of I I Augustine that lessens the distance wont cases tn 14, days.
> iIc: : !. blazon" U on tho .tl<-k list
fi, wore visItors here Saturday.MlH his week.Mrs. sisters Mrs. II. Aildson, of months was seen ns a poKslbllty the counties In which the tracks between Jacksonville and PAZO OINTMENT Instantly ReIlevea ,

: 1I1'lh'Imllt rly and II. (I. Plant City ; :Mrs.: Arch )>ebb>l. of after a conference, here between were located acting; on orders :j :Miami by 20 miles, that the Sea ITCHING PILES and you

"mb"rly were transiictliii luiHl- ; l). (1. Sti-ayhorne. i>f Wildwood Ilaiford; Mrs. David Tyson of McClenny William (i. Hlanchard. presidentof from Gov. John W Martin. The' board will also have to reduce its can get restful sleep after the
silent" part of last week! her I fares and thereby first applIcation 600.
ness ut I.awtcy Filday.' and one brother Trlbey Tropical to'iorldlDevelopmellt citizens of Fort Lauderdale and lose 1lot of

11 I tight: Turner of Waldo wan ns Client; of her p ireutte. :Iland Robinson, of :McClenny.Funeral corporation and S. W. Dempsey. [ Pompano nod Sheriff Paul C.I I money The Florida East Coast

greeting; old, friends. here Satur Mrs. K.: :M. 1111.11'11.Ir.: Stn-yhorne I services were conducted chairman of the house committee Bryan of Browanl county -- -

*1 day. triune Saturday. lie will be accompanied this afternoon at 2:30: o'clock : on rivers and harbors. The to the governor to allow them F -_- ap- ___ _

;Mm. W. A. Walker was a visitor home by Mrs.. Slrnyrorne., lilt tho Ralford. latter has promised to make an In to continue gambling at the pompano :
:Messrs. H. I.. Hough S. It!. Sapp cemetery at
to Lawtey Friday.S. : vestigation.Tallahassee.. track, citing a message: from
Rev. S. :
ot the
:Ic!. Mattox and I). L. Ca.h :Molt( T. N. Waters.. H. M. Oalnev Second 111LYdvellt Mun.loy., pastor church officiated. I I S I S S. Judge C. Chllllngworth of West I REDUCED RATES
..Maxville: were visitors. here Sat and I.loyd, Johns. enjoyed fish dy The interment was made ..--Plans are tindet Palm Beach stating that the supreme

urday.Mr. at Crystal: river Thursday. under the direction of Seashole way for the hardsurfaclng of state 1 court order does not go In- I1LUI2 BUS LINKS

: and Mra. II. C. Wlmberlyhad Claude Crosby and A'lsses Eunice funeral parlors Those acting as road No. It) Wakulla C Iii lily. to effect for 30 days. The governor '

as guests Sunday ;Mm. Mary Hazen and l Lubedla "l'i IllicIt.\ I pallbearers were: V.'. G. Sloan J. l according to advices received here. I pointed out, however that LEA ':IIiTA''KR TWITHCnAII.VNHTII: ct4D: KOI'TCI

Furry of Augusta: ()*., Mr. one1! 8t..r were visitors to Uah'8v'll"! K. Ward.V.. Hampton P. I.Iobl..y. .. 1! A delegation of Tallahassee real- I the supreme court opinion mere- To JACKSONVILLE $1.60

Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly and, baby! Friday morning.T. ,I :\ J. C. Stansel J. A. Oartou. dents held conference with tin ly made permanent an Injunction GAINESVILLE .90

of Waldo and :Mr. ana ;Mm. N. T. n. Pinholster and J. W. L. l Wakulla county commissioner to Issued, ) last January by Judge OCALA

<.n>"n of Ktarke. rinholster were business. visitors, C urge improvement of the Chllllngworth himself and vacated $2.15

t Mr and Mr*. NelHon Green and to Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mr. ., Daytona Beach-$50,000 to be I Issue of $100,000 worth of I a lupersedeas granted the track I TAMPA $5.90

3. Minn };"beIIUckll motored to Maxl and Mr*. J. A. PlnhoUtor. expended for construction of road time warrants for work on the : later until the question should be Tickets and Information

L >l Huo'lay. of Jacksonville spent Sum'.uy: along west bank of Halifax drainage highway has been authored; I by ,I settled. Pompano citizens pleaded at COBPENING DRUG STOREPU"

A 1 M Lawson of Cjranil! Crosn- here as. guest of Mr. and Mrs. In t canal here. I the legislature. The highway con- their need far the capitalS

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''I I'b *. '* *. *. CHILDREN COME TO BAD ENDS.

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TOWN STARS FOOLir.'G THE SCHi3ES: I Me > fit' 5 j

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u -'- __ .. .. .. old
-- -..-.. ,, legend once associatedin
---- -+ THE exert a great Influence on theli)
BY PHILIP MAIITINI the popular mind concernIng lives

I WHILE all this talk U going on the" profligate and no'cr-do- -y Mh.MeiV SnlPrles. .

about Dabo UuUi's salary a well ends supposed to overtake'preachers' : w "Also the salary of minister
: l I"
frequently very small. He and
| fine story Is burled. It i lit not how sons and deacons'daughters" tip" his children" have to live simply ;

I I much dough the Babo Is receivingI is now nothing: more and economically. Tho childrendo

I how much lie spent. Earlyin I than an exploded myth j not get the luxuries 'and ease In ,

his career wllh the Yankees he "9' ,, Figure: prove this And Bishop early Wo which might lead them
flt "
.. :Edwin;: Holt Hughop of the Metho- astray Mkcwiso.. n minister Is nl-
received "J't
i $25.000 for a vaudeville 7 ways concerned with the education
tour real money too. He spent 7..1't' dlsl Episcopal Church of Chicago of hiM children and I they generally II I
I who mustered the figures rises 1r gel the hest obtainable
It all and $30,000 more that win.ter. : I
I f.. ?;:'' vigorously to proclaim 1Ihe "Such things/ are the influences
After '"
j making approximately ..;: ',>;. '' ," world that they do I that make for the right/ start i !1.

$100,000 in one Benson he was .... '' And anyone will grant, a good I ,Jut
.,; !, Disturbed by the 'wlsorracking" *
i, Is .
--obliged to borrow money [1'011the .. preparation necessary for any
"'Yankee official to go south on "1. 'i'. .. .. that has gone on umvnn.d. thing/ whether It be for life Itself
the next spring. for so many years regarding: fix or n profrsHlon.

Dall players are noted ns a fate said to befall c"'r/\'I'II'I'' I "In '\\'huh's Who In America' 1 f.

thrifty tribe. Not- so George Her offspring Bishop hushes sot preacher children hll\',' moro
mane I nbout seeing how much truth If than .10 times tho number\ of I

.. .-. .-. } any, there war in the saving I nniiiei Urn I their proportion ct af

was an odd! character from Goes. l<> the llooltHHe the population' would nllow Out: 1
BADE .. of li1 'mm listed
names/ 1200 of
start. He began as a thumbed counllesf' histories,
pitcher for the Red Sox. l'lck" c looked carefully through "Who's w ittibilII.lugt I them' ( ',nv names of prrarhera'cbilU''ii

Owens was behind the plate Dabo I Who and consulted many other Ithtfa: Molt Ilughca
"The Hall of Fame In our own
leased one over. standard reference works In his
"Hall one! chirped "Brick." 33 research Just ended, ll.miinnn, LI-VI I P Morton CecilHhod' I cnuntr) Hhows exnctly the namo j
result'Itllt' I the ':'National:
Joint Biog
v AII""IIII11111111I
"If you call another one like it"w. What he discovered should set "
t the question at rent C: lli-'wn' Jiiiiti. 11 Archlhold. all.IJI"I1I' raphy' u of Knglnml: / I Is n similar ..
that. said Ilutll quietly "I'm
willies Indeed, whatever I IW'
:M Kl.iulcrIli'dldc" way
For after leaving theli father'srectories :
gonna punch you right smack on
the lnve-.llK.itor' '' turn Iho like p .
preachers children usa ''h! "-a lie mentions An- navy .a ;'>ti 1
the nose. divw t'''flH'if'hosl' rac'hIre rerlnln t I.i appear.
general rule with grnmlfathei -
He threw another \ 1v1tIvir exceptions :
f7j v .i l" ii ir.lnlHter nnd exerted'
"Ball two! barked "Drlck." i only proving Its genera) truth doanvthlng In IMuciillini"tf :
nn In II urn-" on (lie steel king's
else but hit the
bright the
Hulls laconically loused his ) stale \ nlveiHllleH I
cinl> IIfu and Aaron purr iiKothe II '
glove: away with his left hand lights In the fulled States and, I I Ik
''shrugged'/: his" shoulders sadly :I They are builders and! rank Ki'iiiulHon of n preacher the sl iv 'licKl-known alleges. fur ,'
walked up to "Brick" and panted xk high In ""C"1'81In fuel tlie> me "Notil: ( ) In HIP old saying women I three of ich are licadi'd. I )
which bad,' to K- \\ 'preachers', ,
so successful that to lie n minis / by preaehei-H'" childi'in"Kroin \ .. ,
;him. as per agreement right on
bon and ilc.-iciuis'
the snoot. ter's son It equal almost tc 'bring : daughters'' nil of Hits U can clearly I -- J\' i
4 willed the kej Ir Fortune'' door false Nave liinlioi 'Hughes "1'111 be Keen I hnlI ,rlrni, of pe0ploshnnld ,, I

PORTS editors always more o: Ga, twi' A and the password to eminence rinllt- I lie opposite( I I" true (Ifrourxe nut lie Jui'ued J by I Iho <: :..,. .
the nnd .
guns clniigbteri- '
: "I'III '
.' del Ions nl unly, n f. bill tho ,
less gullible are. beginning to Gives n < ]Anmcsfisher IIi!sttee imim'tlmcigo I : < ,
totality nl' wbnl' (the class, nl.iiuHfoi '
get their dogs on the terra firma Hughei- dooinot menu : at. ile, I II litpout, 01 l plumbers. should; .be addiieed. from" wluilHe (\.,.; : ) J
again. Most of them have become that all preachers'children become iiwM'iiand doctors, go' wrong "" ..,, ,
granted has
downright cynics since the late rich or that all attain lame 1.1111. HltoiiMnti I U given Die Inl-| | ( peri-i-iiim" ( uciiimpllshed bliss! ll.l/i'l llelntna 1 di-cl.irej,

lamented nompscy-Tiinney thing I Hut he say I hut huts finding lend 1"1thllt.! the ( hl'\1'',\ "" of n mill- HlHhop, Hughes l I. r<0 He Is the | to liavu Iho most perfect poHtiiroI
at Pbllly Few ever talk In superlatives him to believe Ihej luive n better islet not iilvayf undei. oliserva* son orI mlnlHlei luul the lallu-r I all I.lie girl; at Iho lit ttcrsity
about the ravishing merits chanceto obtain 1 such rewards I linn( .. I of Cincinnati In a recent context
# of l\ chllilien blmselt, l-'our
of such and such on alleged fighter ./ > than the children ol iithei parents "Statistics nark. me up when I lire buys mid two lure .Klrls. | which was I 11 r"IIII11'O I i ot Heultli 1

The nwtiil odor that Charlie II BIO Unit the homes fur xurcesH One til the boys l Is n mlnlHler., [ Week at the iinl\ei'slty.) Sbc I Is I Sand '
Phil itoseul>erg trailed In his wake I II. cite I the lollouing soni orm11l11l1..rl' nrigreater wlu-n brought\ lip In Two lire In, eellege\ mid one IM.H a. niember, \ ol' M-vt-rnI" glo'm' I n

lias sickened! even the noted Polly- whir' have pout lifter the home fit II intnlxlei/ In the highly Hiiei'eHiilul,, hu>.ln<'HS man In itlhlotlu 1 III1IS. J
of the PICKS. TIIIIII., '. Maloney worldly I things' and, them .
nnnas: ) !: gotten lli'Ki place n mlnlxicrV clilldrenllllVl III etiHteni\ city Hi.Ill. \his\ d.ungittera -
Paolino and :McTlguo!': scored Ifei-e are four 1 plnyerslirt Imvo changed lieilhs Ibis season .\lxivc' 'n high measllrl'-d"artl 11 Uetl-HI 1(1 good) lllillkH widthTOItliY ore uuu.rh. d, -- ----- -
victories and shortly after pickedup Ty t'olili, foi'iiKilletroit" I niana;:i-r, anil Ko,."ei-N lloinstiy, formerlyof I -- -- -- .- --- -- uI : ::_::.:.:_ ____ ____
the sport\ !) pages only to rend the Ciii'dliuils, II..WlIh the lilnntlletuw. (left ) U lOddlu: ,
1'\ KK: AM: ) : II\ iti I::11' I:It
neat little accounts In which the ('ulliii4, who returns 10 Iho I'hl.I"'phlllthl..Ii., this )r "-, after Leading

words! "bum, tramp terrible, mediocre n fling lit iiiiin.icliiK the White fO"". Til.s Spenker. iiniiinger nf I Lady I
the IiKllnii lust M-iixoii, now n member of II.a II
cheesy" were used very. Wiixhliij-ion; 1..11I. ; )WAS Jr6Y TALNKIN+ uM FAR6> Yt I
I hi plclui-eil' in the oval. tJY
cleverly. M, )\) ISIEANING I
very I ( You wou1ANT' ANIC,
\? \dtAVllYoN \ \ toll 6oNVnWiG UNy09TtY SAY
towns still\ rllrnl h the sides and start the oU-fashloncd i morning Clareneu packed his I
) up ) YouR c C4RE8RAl.BUM4 : \ 1 bIADt 'T
of major league baseball corner-lot racket. "lucky" lack and shipped It to Ills I c: I Ir
stars. There few college '"SoB6Y AN INNOC>< NTP
are a mother at Cos iiigton Ky. A half I
heroes scampering orotund the hour Liter he wan at tho olllca! of : RSON'
bases but the little bunts ara pACE track fans will miss the Jockey flub. Ho asked for i ysI y

;:' looked to for material Kids. In .*. Joekey Clarence Turner's a trainer's application\ blank but \
'the city don't seem to go !In the : huh 1110 Ihl;) rooting mumm. For 15 was handed I a\ rider' Instead.

old spurt nny more. They pl.iy a ,: years: Turner according< to the "Tbl wtiii t do," replied, the famous I
lot of golf on the municipal wi hr hays who aro not fooled by Jockey "l've ridden, my bilL

courses swim ride ,do ev u iv- i heap pnbliiity KagH. lui.l been race. I'm > .ing-; to try my hand
thing. It seems, but c1i"u-,._ up I, rated \> It h the best of them. Ono III' training, I : ', a
fly l+tri + AM At

I t Dame Fashion Is Kind This- i 1

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lTE owe Damu Jo'IIMhlulI010 of r ,
V thanks, for tdiu. I III being exceedingly s

kind to us till' xprlng.: I -ONE WOV1.0 % VERY lGtbRAttt : rA
The newest clothe whow no radical j II eECA o IIIPN NT
changes, no arbitrary decrees I AND rXvjTJtHXfcEO To etfWSTi'ife' DOt TNLCRRAHDTKA :

lint a perfection of the lines and, ANOTNBR FOR 5oM'rTNItKTdAT I y 1IsA M9l
fabrics" already established.; L t OTl1ER, NADt1T DONR- _- .p
Skirls for Instance may be knee
GoovY!!! w
length --Iho knee ft self. really
should Inttiienee the. II.-Iul'l'oll--or' I LMSAfEa 1

it limy be It I'U\\ Inches below J 9l 9l1 ttl

FiiHhloii t has no deslro to make \
carl.itureH uf "". r& o

Many French dr-lgnerx are ex-
1 1
iloitltm I the 1'111..1lII'llIu.; ... hut &
thereIs no liiKlxtciu-e' upon It. The
wulHllliiu tutu hcuied just above. the .
hip U ton comforliililu mid too V .t ,
liecomliiK to bu retliniilHlied.rienicd | Jag. z \ .. -. -

:Skin; l4d IIn Joan Hurllm, Is 1I1111lom'alatesl ,
1 star The four-year-old" v
Skirts lire pleated either In )
gnindilaui'htir of Frank Hamilton i
front at the sides or all way hornier New Yank theatrical

around, juxt to milt the Indit'hienI. producer. 'IH the iiilend. I rig lady.
And if you want In get throughthe ': .. for "Our
Q 'i (r .. .. filing"' roini-dle being
spring' mid Hummer' the ens- iJl .w T t.j -- ------ __ __ --___-_-_--_-_--_u filmed In .huh lywnod" l
lent poHslldu. way. )ou will stickto $ -- -- -
pleated skirt and variations of Hh / : 1
the jumper ovcrhloiiHe. .j War's Wake of Ruin in Nicaragua ._,

Sleeve are for the most part I 1 $ i't} IFII
long and 1 rather elaborately 'Good Company te
treated with Intricately cut cuffs
and cuff that extend from wrist I II i ; i t rb A'yyj

to elbow ...lUped. embroidered, I I
or I Inset with lace. Undoubtedly' I i
the summer will bring I the sleeveless itI
frock particularly for sport jr i ,
and resort wear I % r

In materials silks and chiffonsshare I (

popularity with wool. The j I
soft jerseys and tweeds In pastel S
colors as well as the sponglly

woven basket weave materials are S

absolutely the rage for spring. : I _

For be Afternoon i ___
For summer the chiffon frock _

printed or plain or the new lace
aud georgette combinations as + J? .,wtwnrarslra+l..a -

well as plain dyed lace with the jff:2: oti r .. S
large hat will be the correct aft Q p ;
ernoon attire. Ji\
For general wear the simple M
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type of one-piece dress, with belt "
Here are HIP two Ijpc mentioned by Iliu-t-lell.. To the left U S c.'
patch pockets and a simple neck
the crepe de chine frock. The other t-imtuine Is tho ensemble f. _
treatment developed In crepe de

chine printed damask satin or eluding an ensemble and one of mid! white With Its perky black tie .
any of the thinner crepes will divide the new silk frocks that may be and cunning pockets, to say noth- s

honors with the twp-plece worn for sport or for general day ing of the demure collar. It could r, ,n n."f i|. .11. \uri-iu little 'own. In NI I, .iiagna ,IK nn more. In a battle between lheralM and Con- "The whale of your life mIl It i .
jumper outfit. wear. attend any day function and be I 'I'11. in' Hie, o"lh111"110 i'iiintiarmies, fought over and aviators' fti-w, over the. town nn'1 pent In your own coinpm- a..1 I
Hat show a tendency to follow The ensemble comes In the pop- distinguished. The blouse may be I..,ii It ili-olalo.! The wreckage pictured above once was a street of cllUi-nV/ h'.m---s. only an educated, man. U f: I
the popularly established winter ular gray tan with a coat that worn bloused. ai Illustrated or __ m_ company for" hlmnelf. l til one i [
modes. The small hat may be of may be worn with other frock pulled lower over the hIps to five High Springs--Work to start Tarpon Hprlnm-New automatic ialnoHVlllo- $18,000 worth of the phil,,*"phlc decl.iniloM. of the.
felt straw ribbon or the knitted and a dress charming without the the .tra IKbt-lIna effect that U soon constructing new wholesale telephone system to bo InstalledIn iulpmont to be ln tnlled In University veteran c-duuitor. David! ( !Stan-,

traws, and will shower Its attention coat. The use. of a flat fur suchas rather more becoming to the short grocery ami hardware store In this city by Peninsular Tele- of Florida's 1200,000 new Jordan chancellor emeritus .,t t

on the crown rather than the leopard or calf Ir very much woman or one wbII heavy Ibis city. phone Company Chemistry building. Stanford 'Diversity.! Cdlifornl.i

brim which will be quite negligible. approved for the spring coat sinceIt through the hips and moat keep Plant City-Capitol! Theater re- Polk City-Peninsular Telephone --+----- ....r.

Crowns are tucked, pleated.cut gets away from the wintry suggestion her lines vertical. e cently destroyed by fire being re- Company applies for franchise AM.KN:: o. HTItlCKI\M! ) .
out. embroidered or plain, but of heavier fur and. at the Each of these costumes stresses built. line to |
extend connect
to present
they must give the suggestion of same time, give life and pep to the vogue for Implicit and tito'' '
height, and careful fitting, even if the wrap. reluctance to add any trimming'1' Tarpon Spring*-New- business with tolephone system at Jacksonvlllo March 12.-Th :j I Baptist church. Followliiu the
the actual outline of the head U '' block being erected on PInella Polk City. body of Allen O. Strickland pal I -
The silk Jumper U bound with not dictated by logto. The eonfortabl *- services the funeral cortege proi
not so definite a* the cloche the wool material and buttons pleated skirts and ( a*:! avenue Melbourne-Rapid. progress bn- forwarded Friday Horning by ,i' ceedod to Theressa where the InI -
made It. coyly right up to the chin. .ral ease of this Indicate u.e,: !Miami-Rapid,: progress being Burn and Clymore to Starke. Fla. ,I'II M
Two T)|1M'sE Crepe de chin In that soft bola there to no Inellnmtloa to sass made on Oversea highway to con InK made on construction of new where the funeral services were te-ment was in the family comeRory -

Two typical and very practical d. rose make the frock bordered women IlIlI'atJa..- .*, dmjf I IItI.1 I nect Miami with Key: West. sewer system here held upon arrival at the First J
spring outfit are Illustrated In- with the knitted fabric .la black _lie. ___ 1
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I I II [ slides. The Rats looked at each Thomas Edison who spend his --------
I ''other then slightly elevated their winters at Fort Myers l Is workingon
I BRADFORD I! noses and walked quickly
) away. experiments with rubber grow- Say it with Flowers

fax+o( b1'hnnr I (!- ing and thinks that south Georgia
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL The poor little grammar schoolchildren Flowers For All
hardly got a chance at and Florida would make Ideal

ECOKNI; : MATTIIKWS GRArn WOOD I the equipment for the first few places to raise rubber In quanti) Occasions

29c rjjl'ur-ln-i'hlof Associate Editor I days. ties. With all of our other resources
I rubber would in fine
-. Athletic Editor Publicity Editor We don't care what anyone Gertrude locibey
.1i I II says the !Freshmen are a good and if It can be done Mr. 1 Edisoncan \ I

Mil. AMKNTiitr :liltS. H. I'" HI-lIOIII.S'1:: : fI i I ..%... ....'1.... (. I tluss. Just look how we beat the demonstrate whether It will Anderson
i .. AN OI.I 'J lIMii: MSI IS this will be another success for
.\I iN" I M 'I MVV
: \ MoiiitN: smooh our sijiool. and will Sophomores at basket ball Tues be profitable or not Harvey Fire -
I < '1 '* '' we put our { ;
The Uemorest homo was mad d 1 t'i< M i" *+ tiw fc l s" j rs.7d usual pep and gaiety (a-hem ) Into day. stone Is also Interested In the Phone 30Valdo( Fla.
tho performance.' So turn out. ---- t I
beautiful with pink sweet peas A Pathetic Drama In One Act. proposition.
.. Well, good-bye for this time. .
when :.Mr.. 'tl I'll, Illlllll'M't \\ it'll I so lillnVr and help out! Itemember! the :0---------
roses !Monday' cvi-nliiK .. OM Tlm..r-I was just passing You'll hear from
< l'i IIIK' : n',''h'r1I11'rll'oIlM 1Unnvnd date, and the name "Jlosetlmu," us again soon.
and Mm: Demurest enlerlllln..dBeverlll ,, (Ih",'.,. mn\b Hii-y ....'11,1, loA I Ihi'iii by and I thmiKlit: I would drop In March 25. V. \V.TiOSSlI' Pearl E. 1'ut'xu 1\[, '''525252S2S2S2SS25O. saSa sasasncasasasas252-r25' Z;a
of their friends. at bridge 'n lv" ih a rut-mem aim inn | and see the Innlde of n school onto .
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The pink> mid green color scheme IK-ID 'nntin" I more before I die. It's been nigh '; iJltl.S'O'I'U'I': ::
wn4 further cnirlrd cut In the tiso .. on to fifty years since I Htudled, I

of noveltY talllca' of 1,111'11I.In. pirate I 10IA l daily Is sanded 1'.11<1111', writ In' anti "rlthmetlc. Good morning everybody. We i! A hurriedly! written note which J. R. DAVIS & CO.
I <'OHtUIIH'S'. to I"'K""VO lii'alili. says an eiistPIII : Teacher Yen Indeed I'd ho r Rj
I arc now !In the mlddl" of another we received at our office this
OWlIl'dl'l.11', : '. I iihvsldtn Time pr''.*1'1'1111011I \ ,
were ,
When prizes to dhow you around.! Right; great mOIl ;M Master: mcelved '1"11'1 t KII for nrtnra.1Ve11 .
Marie LIvliiKHlon I lilt way pIton Me. we sure need money betause It that she was getting nlong as INSURANCEAGENCY
high for Indies' handsome' andO I the prohibition law must O. T.--( To hlniBOlf) Ah, once Hei-nis that nothing ever gets done : nicely> as could be expected under

i embroldoi.-d! inr.l. table cover hum! ciiibrolderd be working", nttt-r all. A (town In more I will witness the fresh out here unless we work to ratio I the crcumstnnces. She says. that
L. Hc-ttHley was given:' high| I Now lIam\\lhh IrA reports no deaths juiiiiK Htud(.>nta nt their HtudtoHTonoher the money and get It doiio our- II she has recuperated to the point
I latadkervIt1-fs,\ at ESTABLISHED 1886
for /n your -Now In this room yousee SPlVt'M. [ where she is. able to eat doughnuts ,
and r
f for men Mrs K.): :M Johns .. .. .. our I'lflflq In Oood hardening, The plan we are working ( II' and coffee Instead of her former

Leslie Sunders rc<'elved cord, a respectively guest The short session of Congress they ore ,doing, Homo very excellent I now Is I the one offered by the t'urItls I] | diet\ of soft boiled eggs nnd STARKE FLA.
towel and a dock of passed) 523 new laws. Ask some work. PiibllshliiK company. Thu idea II l
(toast Indeed she states that she '
for lonsolallon. of your friends to name them | O. T.- ( Anxious to see the old RJ
i sthat the school gets fifty PnH
dr-llclous .. | |Is bio to occasionally. vary this r:.:.
BC-rved u Co.
The hostess I I, fashioned 1 "t lid 1..11)) Yes, yes on each subscription, eltho hew j
the close of the Babe Ruth wanted J100,000 a menu with n porter house steak ,
ealad course nt TencherIn. thin room tho class
II i or renewal to tuo Ladles' home c'I
| or a side of home \red bncon.
were served He took $70,000. Hall the
games and Hulled pecans year. In T'laln and, Fancy Truck Driving Journal, Country Gentleman or1 I| The] old soul will probably be backat
evening. philanthropist
throughout: bridge the with !\II'. and holds Hway This la. a comparatively (I Saturday Evening Post secured 1 our office sometime during this We can charge your 0 UDO
Playing new subject In our school by the students. So you see we YES
99'bt week so just keep on writing your
Mrs. UeiiiorcBt w'reII'! and Mrs. O. T-f I Impatiently) Indeed? ought to get .quite) a bit of Jack. I Ij I
letters If this awful had
as thing 0 IHlUi
:Mrs. I 12. M.: I '
O. L. neasley. w 1' TcarhcrYen, and those tempting All the students from the seventh never happened. In
A. Z. Ad-
and :Mrs.
Johns : eo $, aromas you smell come from grade on up are divided Into
i klns. Mr! und Mrs C. A. Knight HAMPTON thin (.'laaxy Cooking Class at the throe teams with Virginia Weeks, ---

Mrs Marie McMaster and Leslie G. '('nd| of the ball Edna Manning and Eugene Matthews STABS I

Sunders.INTIHTAINS. 42 4 .ow <9 .. ... 4. ., 4 I (). T.-Clnfioy Cooking? as sales munager. Vir Smith's

Mendamos O. laves 1'. n. Hunt TfBi.liT Yen Those awftilnolncH ginia's team Is called the "Spa I We Seniors are learning; every day Garage SFake

and It. M. rarer and daughter I tire coming from the Profitable })OK..." with blue as Its color Ed, Something new about the world ,

1 : : AI IIItJJ.m Mary Ilium, we." ,n v.: .i.lorn, to Plumbing and Beneficial Doll- na's team Is the "Pirates" with Before our wondering gaping eyes
n Slarko Innt Friday Making: classes In the basement red as Its color and Eugene's' ; I We see new mysteries unfurled.,
( Mrs. It. ]0". Demurest woe hoes Last Thursday evuntng, :March O. T.-( nillng his lip.) Really? henchmen are time "Buccaneers" A few months ago had you asked
teams to the Afternoon Ilrldgw club Teatlier--Now In this room you I who their color. Grace us
lOlli. from 4 to 0, :Mrs. J. N I fly green as
on Friday. Itutluge entertained In honor of see our prime class In Fn hlonaW"3Flue ) Wood Is business" manager and Is To give you the name of some
I j* A pink and, lavender color mo- her daughter Doris' third' birth I.lfUnn neutral.\ I stars
tif was carried out In the sweet day. O T.- -- (Pulling his hair) You i The contest closes Monday, You'd have seen n list that looked

peas used for ..11'01'111101111111' / tlio The color scheme of red ind don't day? March\ 21. The winning team will Jlke this:

attractive tulllen of basket. nnd green: was artistically carried out. 'ller-\n.l these I Industrious be entertained by the two losersat ([Maybe we'd remember :'Mars) .

sweet pen design.At Daring time hour many InterestIng workers are the cHii: In Snippyhteiiinlc : a party which will be called the Itabe Ruth, he's n big star In base
the end of several pragresslons 1 '') Wrltlnir.O. "" Sea HeveAt \." bail
games wore enjoyed by the lit- 1'1(1)! i
Mrs O. A. Knight was pre- tie ones. Ice cream aud angel T.--iStamplnff hH foot)) Saylady the present time the Pirates ![ Rogers Hornsby we all love to

vented with a mirror hloHHom BW fond' } was served abundantly at the what I want to Heo IH the are ahead with the Sea Dogs a : see,
t a reward for lilgli and :Mrs I':. L. conclusion.Mlxn, [ old classes 1l'
d Peek who came Hecond, received lurid Johnson, in her the oleos III r"i'JIn'' wrltln'. mil pigskin.
n ,box pf powder' lousing ami\ youthful 'V.timid .I'. I Makes: us holler and yell with
manner HII*
Blanched iiecnns, were nervul lervlsi'd tin entertaining and U. T. (l.oxliiK! his mind) YOPPOow Olle day last week the Rat girl'sbase ; | glee
throughout the afternoon and a made i yoE?eeee ov! fjli J ) leups' from ball team played against", n\:, \" all try to copy Hill Tllden
0 salad course was served at the (limo entertainment a very 1 the lie treat, w'ii.lo *' team of girls picked from the rest | And we very much envy Suzane
close of the game enjoyable] nlfalr. Many beautiful Cur'nl'm.. of the high school.! The Hats won |I'We know Hobby Jones swings

Those playing; bridge; were Mrs'' and pleasing! presents were presented is i: M 10 to 1. Those lowly rodents have golf; clubs; See this

O. M Inmnn. J. C. Robinson, I B. anti appreciated by little .-- a good base ball team all right. I We'll be like Gertrude If we can.

M. Johns. J. L- Peek C. A. Knight Doris. The little ones who enjoyed I.H'I -- We\ see :Mary Plckford act on the

t II. C. Hitch O. L. HeuHley, O. L.llaynes. this delightful; affair were: j The worm has turned. See the Now there Is a man out here screen, Traveling Exhibitof

A. X. Adklns. N. Stern- Fred Wntterson, Illnnch Favor. Freshman news this week. plowing up the campus. No we I And Harold makes us laugh till
berg T. J. Alderman and Miss Jnnette and Charles Parker MarI I are not going to raise money-we we bust. Crane fixturesThe

Mabel \Weller, Krct Mouser and Doris and Jack Oh, why did we ever kirk about understand that the school And to get a glimpse of Lon Cha-

,r Kutluge/: Jr. the cold 1 weather. its so hot out grounds are to be raised. This ney
; L Hev. A, V. Plckern and son at school now the playgrounds: sounds good because every time We'd stay /there until we would traveling exhibit of Crane plumbingand

('KLKIlitVli; ': WKIMUNfl J. n. Plckern. both of Trenton keep damp nil the time with per- It rains very hard we all need rim at. heating materials, bringing latest improvements -
+ ASSn'I.ns.\UY: were visitors here last Monday. spiration. No Dora, the playground bathing suits if we want to venture But the other day we Senlirs,
r t They were on their way to Jacksonville doesn't perspire but wo out of the building. Heard Slrls was the name of for bath, kitchen and laundry,will be at

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. where they will be engaged do. a star.
celebrated I their fourteenth wed- /: In evangelistic; work. Tlev.Plckern There Is another treat In store :Hut It wasn't down here upon the

ding anniversary of Mr. Adkln'H who Is associated with We are about to Rive up hopes for you lovers of the drama We earthnut Starke March 24th Call StreetYou
.r'' i birthday with a live-course. turkey )him In the evangelistic work Is a of being surveyed. It wm .,m, n are going to have a good play I up In the heavens afar. ,

d, i dinner party given at their noted winner: which helps. to make surveyed, we will be about the soon. :Now we are learning of stars that
t Bpacloim home on Walnut Btreut their work interesting and evera only thing In Florida that hate not are famous

t Wednesday evening marked success. been. Somn of the Roti' are so dumb I And have been since beginning are cordially invited to inspect the new
of time.
.r. The dining tuble spread with a They conducted a series of that they believed It when a Senior. Crane
r handsome madeira! cloth was centered evangelistic' meetings here lust We are having{ quite) a few visitors told them that we are go'ng; -to : 'They beat Norma and Constance See especially the Crane

with a basket of beautiful summer. and have many friends out here lately. We hope, plant a new kind of seed on the I; all hollow Automatic Water System. It makes city
pink radiance< roses Pink candles hero who are always glad to see that they will keep up the good} plowed up ground so that Baby j jRuths And others we may put Into comfort and
In liiiiulHome. Oliver candleholders them work. It iniikes us feel that you will grow on and then they j rhyme.So convenience easy and econom-

were placed on either end :Miss Dnlsy !Moore, of (')('III'WU' realize there, Is u school out hereafter I can pick them off and eat them. | i all these stars of athletics. ical for the farm home while it pays for itself
of the table Dainty place curds all.Those. ( And all these stars of the screen
ter. wan the guest of :Mrs. C. 1 II.llaiper :. I
done In 1lnl> maiked the places of last Saturday and Sunday. .. In the contest of selling Chau- Are nothing nt all compared to by increasing profits from stock and poultry I

1 the guests and pink mints were MI'''. T. II. Malumphy\ has returned who have seen our cnm.I I tiiuqua tickets the "Hlues" won I the stars
placed nt Intervals along the tu to her homo here after a I pus In a wet time will Join us In ( selling $93: worth of tickets and ,I That up In the heavens are seen.
ble. visit and sight seeing on the east 11'I'Jo"'I1Iover the fact that the got their five pounds of candy. I Hilt all these stars. of the heavens CRANE

Invited to bo with Judge and coast. 1. grounds; are being plowed up and They ate sod ate and ate until' Though wonderful the astronomers 1

Mrs. Adklim were :Mr. and Mrs. :'11'. ami Mrs. Dun Johnson, have ailed In. most of them got the 14loma..h'' say.They're PLUMBING AND HEATING MATERIALSMAIN
( l J, C. Adklui and Mr. and Mrs n new girl; who arrived here a ache and then we supposed they nothing at nil comparedto
Q lirannon Ogletiee of Gainesville :March the llth 1 The height of optimism; seniors quit.) i iHel the stars I

$, Mr' and Mrs. K. At. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth; Harris, who had ordering diplomas.. hel! he! ha! hn! that wash I We'll see on dread exam day OFFICE D3< SOUTH MICHIGAN I I
:Mr, O. L. lleiwley and Mr. und\ been temporarily located In the funny about poor old, Aunt Lucy's -
Mrs H V, Demurest Sliver I.iino apartment liana,. has A rodent Is n gnawing animal; feelings being hurt wasn't It? nut I .- ,
----- --._--.- located In her new bungalow that most of the rats nt H. 11. S. gnaw the shoe seemed to fit anyhow. Fort !\tyerfl-"ork to start on i
1 The West Florida Poultry Association has recently been erected on Main\ on anything they can Bet their G. AV.. I $2,000,000 new paving and storm ,
composed of Uadsden street" near Gould, Park.Khler hands on 'I .sewer projects soon In this city. I .. -, ,,
county farmers. lied u steady demand INTKIt I.AS-4 ltSKKTItlM; '
:. J.P. (inner will nil his ::
,: for their Tho school children I ,,
regular appointment nt the First The grammar;
eggs shipped by the association Christian chinch of Hampton neAt going down our new slides suggest; Games between all the high: I

are bringing top notch\ prices and Sunday morning and evening;, tho endless\ waters of Niagara. echaolclusseme,,, are being played this
a shipments nrn iiinnlng ns high ns March' 20.Herbert, . I'week. :Monday the Freshman boys. I HUDSON

I ,sixty cases u week. All over FlorIda Burden, who has been Twelve years of public school played the Sophomores won by a

the poultry association that I the guest of his 1"1I'ent8.II'! and I four years of college!: and then a large score. The game played i r
t have the right principals of raising Mrs\ A. A. Durden. has returned job on the street cleaning depart Tuesday between the Freshmen. I The Super-Six Principle Freed to the LimitNew
and shipping poultry and egg to his studies at liaruesvllle Ga. ment. gills; and tho Sophomore girls was.
are making money for the mem KvanguliHtlc, !: services closed at I very Interesting; It ended In a
bers. Poultry will pay big dividends the First IljptlHt church last Sunday We are getting ready to Inflict: score of ..011 In favor of the
In Florida< evening. 'I you with another play Freshmen this time, however they
.. a a Sophomores put up an awful fight |

I Onr young salesmen wearing; Wednesday the Senior': and Junior I

America ''I'ed. green and blue badges who> boys will play and Thursday theSeulor (
A Little Walk Across I are selling magazine subscriptions,, and Junior girls... Wo will 1.:;.

., will probably make some peoplesee i let you know the result of these '
red, green and bine. However, games next week The winners /.i ;

I most of you buy these magazines i will play sometime next week forthe ,4 'J"']
nt tho news stand. every week so i high: school championship. May t:
why not subscribe nnd help the the best team win! i .t> r1 -
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I of having Hello'! hello! I say centrnl.?i iWhlll'lI 1 : .. ,,'" '
No; one can complain ; +
I& the matter?
: nothing to do at school now with I
(all our ,contests\ and l a new play The matter! The matter did

coming off, to say nothing of our you say? z::

I, regular on school, which coaxright : Why Mutter: yes enough, central; !The Rats. have I :;

cut In! .... '
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April will soon be here, for Oh-h-h. -'

which we lire thankful.\ You nil have ..... ;
know tho old sating.; Vprll show- "Yes Indeed the Rats riders buyers rte' '
cut In You see It's this tiny .:
sessions .
fix bitng ono. rest of the classes, have been ,picking and thousands who merely ( .
on the Rats and we must "standup ,
The early bird catches the worm ry
Don't you witness its vivid dash
for our reputations.
but It takes the late bird to cnMHie I onthcroadaresaying"Thcre .
think? Of ..our e'e! knew
devil '
.--- '.-- you'd agree with us. The lints are I : r
$ fios ;: rISIK: sure enough workers when they I j is like
want to ho.'h'y just last week I nothing it in the

Sounds I like spring doesn't It? the circumstances. She say i that'' world. "

Well Unit's the name of the newpiny base' bull 10-1. "

that In. being put on by theWayne Standard Moiifl
P Sewell Lyceum and Troluc'ng The other tiny o bunch of Seniors Coach $U85 Sedan ylt:jCu.
,I ("0.. In the n. II S. auditorium were standing: on the sidewalk i .
Friday night: :March 25 as usual highly excited .tom Built Model/*
broullluIm 1X575 .
Of course the parts In the play Some Rats stopped to Inquire) S-Pallllenger Sedan $17.0 7-Pa..eni: Sedan $1850 I
ell be taken by school talent and what was causing all the excitement I i All price* f. o. b. Dmtroit, plus war \tjo it*

we get a good per cent of the pie when Grace darted out of1
t Mtae. Cuihttrlnu:. OUul (leltl and Miss Grace llealey hiked all lh. 1.curds 1 4. but the costumes, directing, |I the crowd and said, "Why we were

Mal true qaa FraucUcu to W thln ton to meet.PretlUent\ Coolld: advertising matter. tot('., Is furnished I I just debating on which of usshould E. H. SMITH Starke '
by the company. Wo know have first chance at the Fla.


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-----r. prniiiK'N Drug mere A ..
RUPTURE has his licin-stx
The rich man :

Bits of I : Among those attending the 1:1).1 *? Church Services ** the poor man has his six mitts ,

worth League t'nlou In :Melrobi'

ThurHiI.iy evening were MiweiPredrlka sl Expert Here .1 .A.w .p4'cod *j $- ,$ <$>

Strutli draco WooJ III-"
sr. :MiRK'S flU'RCIISiititliiy I
Brown, Kate Slrnth. Elsie flirt

local Nev(6c( ;Mr. and ;Mrs. Lorenzo Green ant I El'I"'OI'I I
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:Murrah Rooks. ,
I services: vim
I : ---- ----- .... 11. Soeley, of Chicago nm! 10 u m.. Church School I ,

Concerning Our People, Butinesa and :Mrs. E..tel1eo'ollll e and 1 datigh Pliilndolphla I the noted expert 11 '\.m.. ;\IOI'III1IPro'l'r./ .
ter, :Mrs. Price, of Jacksonville.
Progress of the County and Town. stopped In Starke Tuesday whll':) will personally bo nt the George H. :S.: CAHLKTON{ ; Hector.\
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l i en route to Tampa and' were tht \Vushlngton hotel \\1111'1'11I11111, I \110:1'111'111"1': : ( ('!lnu'll

guests of ;Mrs. Lalla Chase while'< I
___ In Jacksonville :Monday, only
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nation; ..::orJIfI1.ItCII; : : Quilt and uncle :Mr. nut, Mrs. II -- .. --- -- --- :March\ :21! fl'omJ\ n m. 'til ti:3: ( Next Sunday,, Is to bn olwervpdm .

10. 11127 J.. :ih'ow Ilse. Miller and Goodyear Tires am p m. Mr. Si-eley) Bays: ', "Siiporanmmtod rrcncher'H fA

Tubes at Supreme Service Stalions. Hay" nt our 'IlIIl'dl.'e are goIng : -
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and 83. "The Spermatic\ Shield 1 will not l linily to Invite the dear old fellow ,
March fI"lln.: : Prelji,. :Mr. and :Mm.\ Joe 111.1) William) Phones 13 rJ.
In out of thc rain. Don't you
:2 43 42:! ,00 and dnuhler.Iar; )'. of,> lint retain any case of rupturepol'tertly 1
\\"nl.1 know hv will\ be gLitlVould, you .
Mr. nnd :Mrs Herbert A.
::4 5-1 30 .01 letwere guests Saturday of M I'. I \ but contracts the openIng : 858
not llhr to see hlft smiling face? jSPt
lace, of Pittsburgh, Pa., have ink
-I 60 33 ,00 and ;Sirs\ 11. I. Ilrownlee., i I r (
_. .?n apartment, at the I X. T. Hitch In 10 day on lh.< us'S'.., < use, (L'onu then nt 11 o'clock. "
5 71 35
.00 ----- I
home and have us I their guest :Mrs Our Sunday Hchool mecta' at lt / X- rg? >
6 7G -IS ,00 Crates nnd cups at ICIckllter'sllr. I Being vast udvanconuMit over all'' --" .
L. A. 1 Da\ls,
Wallace's mother :Mrs. nelll..lon.I 'clock., 1 Supt. I )
7 79 41! .00 ______ I
of: Savannah (la. Former methods- exfii)]>\lif.vlim Instnntanooiis \\> \\"I' hl)1l1t) II a.m. and 7lti: \ ,

8 83 5I .011 and ;Mrs. E. n. Marshburi i :+__ I ?..m.Interiiieilhite.
{9 I SO 62 cffvi-la! linmotllatelupprcclablo Small Services Are True '
.16 and children and Dr.) M. II. Me Mr. and :Mm. Levlton had all', > )I.eiiguo: at 2 o'clock :

10 6t 57 .00 I London of the tate farm linl- the week-end !RnentB. CihiiHtoi I and wltliMliindlng lillY'' Senior l.enguo\)/; at ((1:45: In thoveiling. !

11 Ofl 49 .00'' ford were in Starke Thursday. Williams and Hay Register of )/;. ,
12 77 55 .00 ntraln or position no mattt-i-: .size I __ -- I Services Also '
The 1 ne
---- --- L'lenrwnter. boys are I
13 77 58 .00 I location. Large or dllTlcuTirnnes I'It1u.1t1"1'1:1111\: : 'urn
phlO'w8 of Mrs. Levlton. n r ; I
Mrs. A. Hartman and two thin l 1
14 76 60 .00
I Close attention (to minor details i i.-i hut indication tli..t
15 83 59 ,00 dren, of Rockford, 111.! are lien" or InclHlomil ruptures ( following I
school ut 10 o'clock.
visiting her parents :Mr and Mrs. :Mrs. J. C. Hlgfilns who will\ IKremembered Sunday larger matters will have Carr '
16 83 63 .00 !
'l111l1 at 11 o'clocki.v \
here as ;Miss Ollly; operations) specially( so' MOI'IIII1)1'1''n)/; < ( !
A, Sterns. I
Total rainfall ,17indge of I ho piimor.ChrlMtlan( I We have been complimented on our\ patience and r J
anllIttle Jimmy .
-- \\Vllllams. son IIclt. A. Z. Adkln8 pent 'rlle. Mr. and ;Mrs. W. N. "'llll1wrl.thtanll lluliips City were guests" the lire Kmlenvor: meets at ciency roKurdint; ; comparatively)I insitrnillcaiit i detail'
of the week of :Mrs Ralph K I: ?d the only award 1 III Kngliind: and, : !3:45: p.m.
day In Jackeonvl11e. daughter Patsy Ruth are visIting part ( at 7.10.: ScrIMIII Our g''owinghu\ il1l' ::04 is: elotment' testimony as: to o.r
home of !Mr. 1\1111 In producing results with- 1'1'1111I'rvh'e)/; :
Rhodes ut the Spain ,
Mr.\ and !Mrs. T. D. Clark It
: Iiy tu! pastor. method of handlitiK this more important matters.: l
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
:Miami. ant surguery Injoctlons. medical j
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Knight spent ;Mid-week prayer meet lug at 1
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Sunday In Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellis of Air Is the life of the tire. Hav< or prescriptions. 7:10: :)!) piu. WetlneKilay.Tho i ,

Pompton Lakes N. J., are !guests) your tires tented at Supreme Ser. Caution. --All casen should 1 be Intermediate Kmlenvor:: Solety -
Try our aervlre. "fit Supreme ,' meets with :S: H. Johns. Jr. i BA 1's: OF STARKE I
St atbllls
trice I
of Mr. and !Mrs. T. S. llewke al (t'uutlonptl against I the use of any '
7:30. -
Service Stations I'YIday: evening lit : mpmierH

I their homo on Walnut street Cot and; Mrs. Sigo !Myers, of SI.1: ,I'lnxtlc or web truss with under.lraps i urn reniit'Hted to be l 11\'iJI'IH.1 "TJ.ero is no Substitute for Safety" u ubl ut

Julian Canova Is making u two ninnnli Ga., stopped in Starki .II" 1111 sumo rest where tho' 1 M the close ot tlio meeting/ !herosill I t
months stay In Macon Oa. Lena & Smith nays "If It w& bo. a xiiclal. Next week t there ,
I Tuesday on their way through : In nntl not where, Isle
not for us what would thpnoplt old lump openIng will )In.? given a full report, of Hie. / E\lni/ Mt'ofut Cf /V'crtnmIn / i?

of Starke bo paying for gi-nceviei/:" dale renewing acquaintances Is, producing complication" church.MIIIII I "
Charles O. Mans wi a week "IHI! I It Is the Intention of :\11'. and :Mrs I I annual l1l'ptluJ"f/; tho !Hon of lIon 0... HnnllC1"
Next tc
fruits 011 ''''' ''HRItIlIIIll"r"h'lIl l operutlontMr. I ,
.\UJ'lhtllle.1 .
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guest of friends in St. to tour the state Itolng.Iowu --- -
Hit Railroad. i Myers' ( t\tm Wt'iuure' of.r':"r
the Hast const and! returnlm; I Seeley has documentfrum tli-, : up \1"11'\11'>N roill' I "
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Mrs. N. WalirvrU-tit-l.t (..peniTuesday I h iy WilY of the went const. I'nltod! States Government8'811 : \ \ .111'1:11: I "nllt: "CC'II': >\ IV7.1 1 It
In Jacksonville. Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. Hall I'm- ) of mi: u.I\L4)11.'El'i: II IIHNoll :

merly of ICillnhnrg T>MIS ii ..> II Ington: D. C. for liiHpccllnn. llr)
-- -- : Hev. Haws n young mlnUtcirrom : I i- Is I hrrlLt| | ul\-n Unit -
for the winter and' have inapartment will( bo glad to demnnxtratn!lt )1- .
Levy Cnnova. of Jarksonvllln at the home of Mrs. U.1 the Moody; ill blo Institute. (."ittinlv Iliinlt. dpurrhne'r 111-ati.' : ; : I&l- IOE3OC IOE3OIFEEDS : .ocso .-H3
visited his mother :\1 rHo 1C. I.:. Oa' F. Johns. : who In touring the stale, will dIver ,,,. t>ut charge or fit them If
demnntN |:UI.I IIIIK. I11..d rued. 1 ,-l l HII 1"inIn." inillli'i '\ I D
nova, over tIle weekend a sermon Sunday morning aIn prevent flop-' "' > ,loud,I has initili. a|1.1,11.01| l..n for, ,

:Mrs. Taylor Relrher ant' ton, Ii Ilnptlst church ut 11 oYlurkEveryone [ling, at any other place, In thlr ,nxdt'iil. ,. .ti> |.MMI, .< In a< ..,"In", > vvllhI.IW C
III. Mhlltr' fllllini- '111'
1'1..1 T1 '
:Mr. Stephens of I'uliUKn Is cordially\ Invited ttoinc ( CRATES
Ray l: s..l'IlolI.
Taylor Jr., of Ga"I'l" on-on-tlw- tollowliiR ilt-Hi'Ih,-d I"iniM' ''rl\' Hit-
spent Tuesday In St.t,'ke .,n Hudson are the guests of ;? 'silelcher's I "' and bets this able mini olr.od lint"ed In liriiiirmil' foiiniv, Klorliln, ,
: who will have with him two N.: : II.--Kvery: statement In thh l.i-wll: 11.1.' nf H\Vi'| of NWij.' Ko\ ,
ness. II1\YI'1 parents Col. and !\fn. J' 1 \17. Ti| : It. L'U I? 10 IUIKH.Tb(4 : I :
notice has. been vcrinivl\ before llnFederal
--- L. Frnzee.Mrs. of his gospel singena Hlllll tM'llllr IISH >|tm-t! lit ,
lh I ,> ,1:0'" of lh" IHHIIIIII I "' ..I' sti-h, .'..1'- ,
- and State ('nunsF.
Col. n. E. Knlerht: ntteml! I ----- In Iii,- of II. 4.. llrunnliiK '
htti-tut' I niiiiit 4 4I.
court in Punta (iorda during the W. Laurie Edwards, of Judge Geo. A. Garldner< and L. Seelny.Home lI'j : :, I'nlt-HS Mild: rerlllli: ,: nttHhall; ': FERTILIZERS
I Jones motored to the 1 last into' .. I.<' ..d..1| | 'niTorihnw, tit 'law, ,tux, ; 1 9 9i
first of the week Jacksonville was n recent visitor D. : 111" IMIi day
Oince, 117 N, r.enrborn St.Chl1'ligo. (. l I.>fil will IKKIII'I lhrrn 4 4i
[it the home of her parents Mr. I ipctlon( Sunday to look over tin I >r April' A II I'-T.:' \Vltni-Hi' III' ) <>rli'lal :
situation. Mr. Gtrdiner reliortu '' i .; flKiialnri'I. ,, '0 .ii I HilH Ihi.liilh I
Mrs. J. L. Frazee Mrs. O. M and Mrs. W. II. Struth. potato i tiny ,if M.iicli. ,\. H 1 Mr.'V.i !' I..
I the first of the new trot I XV Al.liKK.MAN I : ; i
Inman and Mrs.\ N. D. ''''alnwl'htmotored '' !' fur shipping and Hint they; 1'. S.--Fruutl Warning. Bewiirt ,'h",1.\ \, till fiiirl, ItraiirorilISial ; : I 11
to Gainesville Monday Orange trees in the Hull grovi ,ready I ( ) r,.niilv.' Klnrlila\" I
Walnut street are In bloom now ;I will he going: out from that sec of i Trunsleut impostors who I lIul-I IU I i1 .\. l',N I' 111'I'. l I' I' .

tlon by the tralnloud hilt ot the :I.I.. .I..I'. __ ______ I
Cups and crates at Ktckllter'u and residents of that neighborhood; I lute and pirate the wording, : of lilY I o
have their homes filled with the week< n

Mrs. Oscar Alvarez of Jacksonville fragrant orange blossom perfume I The Dora-; Klckllter circle of tin ,nils and otherwise attempt to Impersonate ; CENT A %WORD We wish to announce to the public that o

me and deceive the pub\ '
is the Kuest of her mother W. M. S. met at the home d aMwe
Mrs Lalla Chase If your car needs cleaning or Baptist have feed and fertiliz r"I
opened crate
Monday at lie. a
greasing give us a ring at 13 01 I of Mrs. J. M. Drownlwe COLUMN I ,
3:30 o'clock. Mrs. 0, :
Mr.\ and Mrs. II. C. Richard of 83. Supreme Service Stations ternoon of the devoionul I'laccs of regular domes ut bush I''O I store in the Durling building the DcU U
Starke -- --. -- I J (;l'lmn lind. 1 barge Volt RKNT Two I private I garngvxcor. near
Palatka were visitors At might bo closed, on Sunday
;Mr. M. N. Crlswall. of Jackson i : and business meeting. ness Cherry and Jefferson" tijulKley o
Friday i-llle factory representative of tin' ter the business seKslon the re- but to prohibit golf playing on ( & DavlH. :I.18U I pot and are now in position to supply your r

nainder of the afternoon was Sunday<< an South Carolina has done' I I 4

Miss Mildred Allen of St. Augustine quest Willys-Overland last week of company Mr. and, was Mrs a (pent In ewlng. Mrs. Krowi
was a vlslto In Stirke I. T. Qulgley. I lerved the members with puncl state In any wny. It Is certain ; ,onvfrilent to hullV' I K.; Dniigh-I..

Saturday. ; I ind wafers, at the close of the so that even with HDIIIO of our Iron' rly, I'herry street. !I'hono 14W.! I for cash we can save you money. Call ft, .'
In Florida(. the people I I
ud )laws
lal hour. Hill
:Mrs. Ralph Smith of Nowals.S' <:: : ( .
O.V.. Mozo
Mr. Sunday I J., who has been vslU' y In !I is a whole will not condemn Sun- A'ANTKIi: Cnmn-lli) timber. Will inspect our stock.Bennett llli
Jacksonville, were guests !
V. Knight arrived (lay golf playing/ -Ilia Guest' andleanest ,
IIollls ;
E. S. : Lake City, ID again the guest titter ,' use any thing, ineiiHiirlng" 10 In.
of Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law and slater. n Starke Friday. from n vult with (' port In the world for I flue, cypress, black, 111111III' i

tire Matthows.l SiiDt. and Mrs. H. n. Wiggins. ior mother !Mrs. Alice R. Thomas )'ClllnJ and old., nllkn. I oak 11. II. Keren. Hlnrko, Fla. ', o

Expert lu Wilmington.: lIehlware.'hlle .- --- ::1-1.41.
I f 11 ,.
preme Service Stations. Knight was the reclp- s4' d.0.y4.3.h' ) b I ] I
i Mrs.\ S. Church of Keystone iway. Mrs.: I' 4' -- -- -- .
1' Stnrke Thurmlay, cut of many social courtesies liavng r. VANTKIl IH'Y A liirgo': number i
Heights wa io:
F. A. Canova. of Tampa lDPllt entertainedit caltlo.Vrlto number '
of drove
bens delightfully, s ka
the week-end with his mother,, I I'in her spend way three to Miami weeks where vhlIlnltfrlendi ; a number of parties and Hhnwrs SAMPSON CM Y and price. pre head., //1"11.. &

Mrs. E. E. Canova. [ irom New York. given In her honor. Before 1.-1 I yI' !111 Alvn Fla. .1-11-21 Hemingway I

timing to Sta..ke11'8.. : Knight I who) .
Mr. W. J. Mills of Jacksonville ----- -- 1 n 4 it (a ( l' q. 1 v ,
1M an iifi-ompllHhed 1 mimlrinn. ( comdeteil \NTI'U--l'llio and cj-rpess I

spent several days In :Ktarko this Miss an,1I1"s Maryleo: Louise Wynn I'lltH, of of Hampton Iuwtey -' contract as director olin :I Rev. C. A. Crosby of Starke. short logs snpp no objection I I
week. ; were guests of :Mr. and ;MmI. orchestra In Atlantic City. N,. vlll 1111 his regular nppt>lnt merit 10( Inch dlanu-ter at small end) (:>> Starke, Fla. f

Tuesday for Rad- J. At PI'osent11': and !Mrs. Knight here Saturday'; nlglit and Sunday. and') up. If log bn :20! Inch will l ] iI$
I T. Quigley I IOCIO
If you have to replant ire Htopping( at the Starke !Hotel. I morning, Everybody. III Invited tit )pay for two All logs to bn R.IInr '
seed from Klckliter's.Marcotte (i-llffe I ittend.Mr. IrIIIII I""I<'H. 11. II. 1 Keren.Stnrke I 01:10: OCSO :'t: .
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--- !Mrs- !Mriam Klckllter" and Very few crops require the adlltlon I ; and ;Mrs Jai-k Goodge anti, ).'111. 3-4-41* -..-.-..-..-..-..-..-.- .-..-..-..-.-..-..-._.._'__ _._'- "
& Smith wishes to
and Dorothy of lime to Florida HolU.InU'Htonw (hlldren of Brooker. visited rel- .
customers for such! laughters.[ Hazel '
thank their KIsBlmmee, are guests '. added to tho soil hue. itlves here Sunday. ('LE 1IIC Kxamlnatlon.; Starke.
what I
nice patronage. It proves Klckllter's father ;MarlonL. leen found by the Experiment; 'Dognn N'abb of West Palm April 1C. AKA IS-15. :MenWomen. -

choice Western meats and Oversea 3f Mrs. itatlnn to tin harmful to peanuts teach visited his. ulster Mrs. \\.1.1II. Iion't in IKS the. nppor-1( i !

Railroad.R.groceries. will do. Next to the Johns. I ,orn, velvet beans, and strawber- I I. Smith here )lust. week. i unity Couching course, $5.1 I GOOD USED CARS AT t

Peanut and chufa seed; till varieties rles.I Friends of Mr. and ;Mrs C. II.trown. /Booklet free. '.. 111111I.1011.lnx( ,
I eased to know I k I "-::111'. WttHblngton. D. C. I IVANTKD I
beans and corn Heed 1 : "0- will he id I I
II. Smith of Hawthorne beans and Red Bliss Ithat their Infant HOII C. II., Jr., Innucli I II THE RIGHT PRICE
a business visitor In Starke Tues day I MVttfHNmtl I TO) BUY; fiootl( 1 mule or I I !
day. Irish potatoes J. F. Kickllter. Improved at thin welting bin-He, for cash. Animal that i
<-o IH iHTfliy 'Itlvcn Hint 'IM I serious illness.
1-1 1-2t:! I ,,uuleralgned: l expert to;; tntrntlure; and:l i ifter a will do ordinary farm work. A'I I

L. Wyman has returned from, n. ------ -- Ir ,.(,)*.JI.I" pace hill in this' 11)27loMnion ) I T. I.ynk1I1111111S., of I'alatka. 'V.'hitchend, Lake 11111 ,
tire? Call Supreme I of the i.egleIaha'e .'t Klnr- pent the weekend here with hit
flat t
five day's business trip to Wilmington : Have you a ,ln, providing tnnfng nth ,r thnirHr : 1 Flu.. It. y1'V
N.<: C. Service Stations. Phones 'the Hnnril of Ilini'l 1 < m leer ot author, Mrs. JOHO| Hull.

13 and 83. .":,'radfnd...1.1.: tiin/H,, <*.>tjllty.tir,, .ih I'K, f,I ..J'<,'I"'e| 'tn I isttilr
Fine tailoring cleaning. pressIng l..1..n..s. of llratlfortl County,. >s. ;Mrs.V.. I. hoaxer and, Miss hens. 11 tnmiths old ; laying ,,

dyeing repairing. M. Levi- ;Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Is spending eeillnif'lorliln, In(but.a. HUIII tlundrfd or miniiot', Th" ifaniliriHitrn. .,x- 'I then: Vnrnes. were visitors to limit 70 per cent of eggs now ; See our new nmlels'itli new added <

ton. 2-18-tt. several days in Gainesville at In di'ntitiilnatlonii of toe' Itarke Friday. In lots of :20 or I",..... $1 !CO each ; .

the home of her son-in-law and 'rhoiiMniMl out ItnllarN. f the.'..cll.KHiolInn redauurh'n l tux>i H.: D. Jonl'H' has returned" toVlldwood loin of .*.IJ to :>0, SI! 15 each, : nil 1

J. II. Lawrence, of Keystone laughter Judge and :Mrs. A. V. :ii'vhir-h;\iihly l;' prorated: to Hra-lfi-r-l. \ after Hpendlng several for SI I In 4),1.,. li : must net 'iiilr-k t
,'tat 0l!'. Flirl :011 ,
reeks here them
bUilll'31'1' g In keep :
Heights was transacting Kalfl hotnl funiln to l I..* used] IK'fore I 'nrr.ini'i' I features.
In Starke ",edneslay.'InnerIar'otte. IoY, .nl,1|< Tlourtl f>f Ilon'l TrtiHt 4 In'har" : Friends) of ;Mrs. U. I.. Brown coral and iifithem.. (II. J. Cox,

Messrs.; Charles Larsen and Anton ', vurfiu-lntf I'ounty.the Florida|iubll.<* rniut an, '' ,fi of IOWH. I. fill regret/ to learn that she Is IIIRt Kant: Lawtey, .'111. :31121t.SKI t tt

A \" : & Smi'.hsay's Synder of Lakeland \were to-vvlt: the homo of her slater 111'V.. -- -- -- -

if you trade with us, we both lueHS Monday of Col. and ;Mrs. '>. I hoed Ht "ti.Nu.point 1 from about State three toad fii''Hiiinih NoI ,' II.1 Smith.Vo wish for her u t ,I

win. Watch our window.Hev. I I:. Knight. :Mr. Larsen 1:1: a ..I Htnrko through the T, vim pncdy'' recovery.
brother-in-law of :Mrs. Knight. or flrntiotn and TtrookMr to the .'In.I Chesley: Fogg. <>If Graham wax u I Us! For Demonstration R
J.:E. Pate of Drnuford and I lina oud: l County,' I lnir con':.rj.J ,IJ.r.tI Alac'hnaounty labor here last week.

Lawtey was. a guest of ;Mr. and ;Marcotte & Smith makes the (' and acid| | ronniy line. Mrs. Piper who linn. spent the : ; > CARS I t

the week prlceotber8 follows -A call tour hand .Vo. a tram kawloy to 'lny paHt two weeks here at t the homo t 1
Mrs. J. T. Quigley over ounty line.
These Over
> store and meat market will load :';". 4 from State non.1 l .V. of> Mr. and ;Mrs. V, 11. Brown. r'' Look i i .
end. )rove you that we hurdle nothing 13 to ihi' point of liilomp'-llon it the limed to her home at Luke ""t-
"*unty |")|H! .:>.. 5, mnr the 1"11- I
Mr. and ;Mrs. II. I.. Hrownlec but the best for lens money Nexto lu" farm. i WedneHtliiy.! : 92S Dodge Special Touring.; t

Sunday the Railroad. >0'l Not n ill.lnni-e of nliont i Slliiw JDIIOH has returned'' to bin tI
and. daughter. Mary spent an-1 ------- "our inlU-i* frtn its' lntrfertlon with I ome at Iiuytona after a visit wllh 921 I Dodge Special I Touring. I I Quigley & Davis'
of ;Mr.
In Xewberry. guests' No.; 1. to the I North 0111" of
M. E. Edward-, *, who has Ktnrkfl. grandmother.Mra. '
Stith. ;Mrs. he Town of : ils 921 I Ford ( 011 pe.
Mrs. C. N. been spending the past several hood, :No; I1! from Slutn Road No. Delia John of New river, t
-'- --- Town of I llnniiiton I to
In the
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Hap I
;Mrs. C. N. Stith and yountr Hon weeks In Gainesville and Starke', :erMei-llon, with, aunty Itontl 1 oni sited( her daughter. ;Mrs. C. II. .

r- guests ;Moii'l.iyot rlnltlng' her daughters ;Mrs. J. C. I ear I.. A- Wynn'i r"6111. frown bore last week Two' :3-1 Ton Panel Delivery i iruck I .

of Newberry, were and Vdklns and :Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. re- Rand Xo 20 from Itn. Inler..lonor ) Newsom of Starke. wax a I .. ., .
;Mra. Stttira parenU, ;Mr. loath: No. I I. near th .l"m,<-e Kit : It. A. *. l ':-- ------ -- ---- --- --
Brownlee. ipectlvely left Wednesday for her [arm to the Town of KumpnonIty. lultor here ...londay.H I I .
Mm. II. L. :i 1 imed cars
home In Jacksonville lli,".l S... it from. grate, roaT,: Voto I K.N ;:i ''I'T; :: : : See us I t S '('II.D'1ItIeII.41\sPI-; 1 : : work In thlH dlxlrct.: :?\\11'. H' ..
< lift In'.r..n' r 14
service at Supreme i old. r>> ilili'iif of '
0.1'11like. our Avery and Tate Powell .1/.1 So ID unit Road :0;". 7 from Mr. and Mrs. G.t ;M. Bennett an- Brooklng-Turnlpiped Company I| Buhor c
Service Stations. ;Messrs. Starke nterioM'tloii. with roF16 to Town the marriage of their I. O. Steno, of I.ukelunil, bun and continues the operation
were In ounce
Jacksonville lirooker.Antt
-- of visiting scenes of their I f lu ".* *"* nr .,,111 Riiitollne' tax I laughter 1'erla Eunice" to Mr. 'lodge' Brothers Sales and Service .,ccAcdxil) Hlla.i Kite a*! oil and farm there although ho I li .

e A call to our store-a sure customer Sunday Powell Is .law"' n.l .lie rt-penlei. ) or for any I L"on.lIull!\ Henderson, on Friday rtlllier inspector for thin illn- engaged In state work fortrlct.
because (,oyhood days. Avery enxon liocomo null and void aalcJ
I says Lena & Smith ronnerted with the editorial staff! oniled ln"le>.tetlnHff to he a Hen on 'ebruary 25. 1927 Jasper. 2:11: }:, University: Ave. Phone 142 taking over Iil.i new duties ycarx. tin rcprcscz'.oJ: nil'Ihlll

we have low prices and Kansas TimesUnion.Vltli t'II tiixatila) property In llrnilfor'l: : I Mr. and :Mrs. Bennett an-1 (amy wt-ck. :Mr. Steno hUM |IP> n county In tho moat lonflton( of i
Florida :!
and Oversea gro of> the 'ounty. Florfdn, ana tn be! redeemed l Gainesville Fla. 11'glaluturp.
meat with the of aurlcul-
City Juicy Ioy the levy and collection of an arlalortm ware once resident of tark" department :

ceries. Next to the Railroad. \ rnrli, jar finMrn; IViu-tx k lux thepenD R. KNlnjfT, ''and the Thereuxa .suction. and !have ture since 1925 serving In Palm .

"- Upending Illciu.h (.....01.. l.nn,11I1.> l, wo will .\. J. THOMA rlend who will be Interested l to'Iearn Reach. Orlando and Lakeland 1 Dade City-$75,000 new c ,

II. B. Llmbaugh a few days of hera Lakeland; with Ma five one !luKe bunt Golden I'ucotk ,3-11-91.5.4 of the marriage I wing Lakeland to ta.o 'up the hall to be erected) In this city a..1.



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irARMKHH THKMSIXVKS: : : I I ,..'''uuamwuxllWnNIII1IIIVInNIm' 'II''' "! i VJUIwntlww' Iuuuuulm' '.WIII."WIlIl..II11"IIIIINIIIIIIIII"'UIIIII'j / ,' a 1 "o"Hill "IIUIIIlll!'1II1IIUII1IIIIIIUIIUI1IIIIM' glble to partclpate In Democratic "

r ( '.\\ I I'f) MIX'II TO IIKI.r i primaries. I : For Perfect Sewage Use I

UII'IUInt'H.I.; MI'K: I THE REMEDY: Nixon himself represented that

Farmers & Farming __ he had voted the Democratic tick- : Hubbard

I :I ( fly Spuds Johnson ) Let's Make This Crop For Less et for years prior to passage of the Septic I

!law I
I I With everybody discussing, pro : be Tanks I II
IMIIor "That private damage may
(Agricultural ,,mid ron" the farm relief me8Auroithlll | Full barns this year help lots.
caused by such political action and I
the next best to city
by and 1 ; I sewage -
vas ,passed congress i ivetuc'il
a The Lord helps those who help themselves. may be recovered In a suit at law
I 1 by the president I am reminded | hardly. has been doubted and has Family size put in

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE of a little quotation I Haw I ** Plant food crops enuf, so there'll be plenty, en'11i! been recognized by this court" said. : complete with 40 feet of

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO I iciciitly'' It IA: "Fiirmern themselves ru-I- I it's too dry.Double the opinion "If the defendant j $60.00.
can tin much: to Improve If I seepage, Factory,
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY I conduct was a wrong to the plain
1 I ral life" While It may ha possible '' your Poultry and Dairy Income. 'E tiff the mime reasons that allow I 243 So. Fifth St., Gaines- ,

'nl relict Unit t | Home which Hort will ot be government-of ,real henellt ;,,, I *, Raise something to sell every month for ready *1 a recovery for denying the plaintiff ville, Fla. Mail a card i

I IM'1:I'T 'lit ( ) I In i menHiirlng the amount of solution I vote at a final election allow -
1 III a
to nil farmers can be worked'''i money. ,.1 I and I will call and explain -
+ ; to treat a required amount ,, at the
M.I:I':11: the iibove statement merits j It for denying a vote I
of seed It Id will to make up about 'consideration.out < Do without most things you can't buy for cash gl primary election that may determine it to you.
the volume of dlslu-
';"i rack crop fe three, ,.tant limes compared with the volume Wlinn 'people In town have I If you owe little the price of cotton won't matter E the final result. The Important -
In. i fed) before I I :1 mention Is whether the statute C. E. Hubbard
of Hood to ho rented.t Home conilltlon they want remedied much |
In. ,revert 11<' can be sustained
|! After tho disinfectant Is usedIt : they do not go about the e Gainesville, Fla.
j lii'i-i' developing' should lio disposed of carefullybeiiiiiHo 'counlryHldo asking somebody to Plan as well)) as pray- I "Rut although we state it as a I
<0}, I"''. \\ questIon the answer does not seemto
It IH I deadly poison and help them out. They "roll
," It takes labor to kill | "
i.i I" nf the will kill anything that drinks It. I .. RleeveH" *.nd get to work. !.! more grass us open to a doubt.

i 1.; Intent It It also well to take !particular And the chances are good that Than to make more hay. jf ----

In. :ant: lii use for the treated they will get what they want. I I The wise farmer will grow all
j .11, n, Ivo "II bll pains In curing Gather in more young pigs for this winter's :smoke;! | possible of the food and feed crops Never FaiUl Never Failtl
need I hooaiiHO tliero Is also some Of COUI'MO the farmet's problems
ti. I i nt rail liu,.. needed his this t l
place year
a I" drug Htoie. ) Linger of these being fatal should ore much more complicated house. I To Drive Worms From ChlldrenWIl1TE'S

they bo ell ton, Thai ore those of bin city neighborn S -- CREAM VERMIFUGEDestruction
ic.' I III wator ; When) the need spread out that little Sow down pasture land for future fertilizer free. Electricity: Is being used more
are but It does seem a to the Worms
n!i :ho 10 the seed { l ) < I to dry ono should l bo careful not more of the spirit of "rolling up II I "Soon to bed and early to rise, I and more to lighten rural work as Harmless to the Child

.t mi'I''" i solution to !place I them where there In dauKer his sleeves and going to work" t! Work like the devil it lightens city work. Price 35C par boee,.. Sold by

of I'I'lnt..tlon by common dls1'iiHOH would, bo to the farmer's advantage aA --
ut i mo 1I<' ( I j (f'J'I"'n"II Drug Store
I And win the
I I t that may cauno damage In And of course the farmers prize. list of farm publications available -
vp. i (I. 'rh. ) the 1 Held., Newspapers are veryloiivenlelit should work together. Thin work- ; 11 for free distribution can be

e'I\ in rlcnir' u I to spread the seeds onIlelow Ing together or "co-operation" I : The Greatest: l Prize In Life is INDEPENDENCE: obtained by applying! to the Experiment H0\\ DOCTORS 1IIKAT
IM I1! TlH'A)
y I are Homo of the principal about which we hear so much '" Station at (:ialnetullleIn COLDS AND THE FLU
I truck crops seeds, of which maybe these Is chit leult to obtaIn -1 _. .
( ViroHlvo, 1 1 days more 1I"111111U11111"1'1II11111"1II', ''L'c.! !" '! .. __'!.!IU''I i "9du", '"1 "y ''II -
P< oi i n and. ) I tented. In corrosive sublimate among farmers than among Nicaragua To break up a culd overnight or
o In the Htic-ngth. of 1.1 .000 for thenumber Farmers do not live
c.n41ugiy.' \ : It l city pooplo. I\IIIACTS: : ritoM IIOMI"': ))'::\1- a luncheon Ret, hand painting a to cut short an attack of grippe,
If i i'', .i' In (lie !' of mlnutc-H us \MTItlTIOAfiKNT; KKPOItTS handkerchief, tying and dyeing' Influenza, sore throat or tonsllltls,
I CiihhiiKO, ciiulH'Iower kohy.rabl ralso exactly the name kinds l of
In tablet front ; scarfs polychrome work making physicians: and druggists are nowrecommen..lng
mtiMtiud, rutabuKiieH: mid turnips: and. their problems are moreor
crops .
nil\ of Need IH pine needle baskets wax work Calotabs the purified -
15 minutes.! !lens different But thlH cooperation Lake' (Miss Marie Cox) : Club
\ i I...1 I liu well making rag rugs, and making and refined calomel compound
C'aiilalonpeH, cucumbers gourds for the good of all Is all members are making good In their
I ft" In the I (' lamp shades. tablet that gives you the effectsof
I in, a! 'j of l'I'y"llIl ( :! and wntcrmeloiiH.: Id inlnutcH. the more beneficial and needed.. garden work. Some are selling Gardening and canning have not calomel and. "salts combined,

j J:1I1: ( 'ol1s of Hee.1.'i Tomatoes, pepper and l eggplant : !From tliio Immemorial the farmer greens and others are serving vegetables been neglected, and 1 Vivian has without the unpleasant effects of

1111' n to the '. \ 8 ml nu too.! has been used to having on the family table sold over $100 worth of coconut either.

'i,'In .corrosive .--- everybody tell him what to do and Okaloosa Miss Ilertha t Henry) : trees In the last two years she r One or two Calotabs at bed

t HI i really OI.I.MilO: ': I'Ol'l/rilV "' ,f"i how to di,> It. It Is Just possible Sixty-nine dub pins were given out the has made 50 or more jellies, and 7,! time with a swallow of water,-
I IIS HIGH l'IIOI>l4'iitS: .\SH that lie lifts fallen too much Into to club members during
,iI I lli will has conned tomatoes and kumquats thal's all. No salts, no nausea
only Hlllilll (| III':I.I'S IMHHTKV IV HTATIJ; the habit of depending on/ other month and made guava butter, as nor the sligLtest Interference with

; in': Hint ire" il" / | people and not enough on him I )Suwanneo: A scnlcr(Miss county CorInne council Darker of- well as growing a large number of 1 !( your eating, work or pleasure.

I I" hasp t the ,, fininoHVllle laThe College self.It I home demonstration clubs was garden vegetables, flowers and No\t:\ morning your cold has vanished
ol 1 llhl"ls.: then | will not be easy for farmers shrubs
of Agriculture hall built up a very formed clurln- February. ( 4 your system Is thoroughly
lit' 'n' Ono pint hlKh: producing flock of poultry, to solve their problems, and Ios'l llolmers (Rirs.; nettle C-iudle) : "Utilizing the products l of my r.x9 ct Ir purified and you are feeling fine
tool ii tion of 1.1. I I'I I he egg 1 production per hen nverng- sibly l tlieso problems" cannot. demonstrationono garden I horn made 300 glasses c i4 with a hearty appetite for break-
At a meat canning '
i '10 ; lug 215 per yenr. According to solved, by farmers alone, but .tur'l day during/ February 200 of elly and marmalade selling 250 pa fart. Eat what you please,-no

l h mdu i ( up In ( Dr. N. W. San horn, professor! ot mers themselves can do II1U<' In tin glasses of guava jelly," she says. danger.Get .
of pork was put
( i u (liners. nod. poultry husbandry, who has Improve rural life." I dots pounds/ As a result of the demon She IIHPH 8-ounce glasses and hn a family package, conaln-

t rs. If charge of the flock[ this l 21t>-egg oonK- her own labels ), Inc full directions only 35 cents.
lid 1 in will ,I.,,. Gypsum or land 1 plaster, applied stration one steam-pres.-uiro t +rx"'p $ :;*
average Includes all hens that are er and two sealers. were ordered.St. "I have another garden In which At any dr.'g store adv.-tf
d uedlug / In the flick nt the beginning of ut blooming! time given /good results Johns ( Miss Anna deist) : are growing crotons, blue vine,

111.,11.i the year whether or not some ofthem with peanuts, especially tho turning trumpet vine jessamine, crepe
Club ore now /
.0 reed. (III ] t are Liter weeded out, or die.hlnch large needed types. toward myrtle, hibiscus, Australian pines
their attention ) gardens;
In 'cIIIJIIHl'lr of thin high producing 'I 12 have entered the chayote con- I roc'omit, pnlms, royal I palms, W tendering ""
A !lien IH tho only creature that
mil I HiibmeiKod
blood, In scattered cut over the have tomato seedbed Jew, poinsettia, !Royal
tent and 38 ;
1 'them ex'i stale now, and l there are many can sit Bllll and produce IIVltlends'l made. Polnclana, roses, white! mulberry Urls jtn. Logan Fel.o1'I.' "

to Is..n, oil good flocks which trace their nnceHliy I Even she cannot ItlllHborough (IIrs1.: 3. Allen fuchtilas, and a tamarind tree. I marine corps, bas dm inc. no
If she sits Btlll all the time. ,
> tinging to :; dends land forces of m'tr i' injragua.
to the college flock The ) : Although I was working at sold<1 30 coconut trees, 30 pine ;, i
i 'the 'nu in bt'i college him a few surplus lied and I trees 6 lilies and 200 bunches of Gen. Felind wen i r'I.' lem
fairs nearly all the month, every I iaa oil has been: a world-
''t i,1.11: below I Tim land la tho farmer's bank. total cash awards for service ovrnns i u
Leghorn cockerels for disposal I have made a
time remove preferably to those who ran call Invest fertility/ the form of coyer club held Its the regular local leader monthly! In profit roses. of $122.50 this year. Flog time World Wur aft rc-f re wid. remedy for kidney,liver and

lent, rinse ) at the yards for them. The mothers mid legume/ crops and get returns -'I meeting with "I have the greatest pleasure, in i commanded the mui ine u "! bladder: disorders, rheumatism;

"-;"K of : of these cockerels have production In the form of Increased charge.Jackson (Miss M. S. Wlgley) : 4-H cluh work and consider It the ((uard detachment ''I i. tl'u va i. :'umbago and uric acid conditions.

s, sure that yields ot Held crops. Keep: on taking -
records of from 236 to I havo been busy trying first and best step for girls to take
...tI. then t of the hank without Club girls
) out
a put
290 eggs per year. ''to get all their sewing ready for on tho road to 'make the best bet Prepare Accidents! : 14LP
for :
d i ,Snot I they ting anything/ and the bank ter. r ,

i IH beat to use a Dado City-$75,000 now city will cease to yIeld profits on field the county club exhibit on March Other cluW members from Florida llavelton hand. 1 HAARLEM OIL
meeting I
council -
I i i bitch of hall to be erected In thin city soon. crops I 19 This Is Junior certificateswill who are to make the trip to Liquid BOROZONE PowderTM (rr-5: 'il'YW.
II day and first year ( New Powerful AnHmtptia i I
i i I, bo given out to all girls who the Nation's Capital aro"Iola ForCuta.Vound8.lSuruB and
.orrect Internal troubles,stimulate vital
Yates of I'lant City Tom Prator
I have completed a year of club Brulac) Sold> byCorpeuing
f I) '4W' IllnrlR, r.+qar.-r I t t r rr e. Jr., Dude City and Russell Hen organs Three sizes.All druggists. Insist
IV work. ',. Drug !Store i on the original genuine GOLD MEDAL.
Polk (Miss n. W. Lyle) : I have derson of Lee
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of women -.
J /an enthusiastic group -
hooked from MXiltOKS: II\Vi: ItKillTTO i ,
who making rugs
ore I Fertilizers For Florida Fruits and Farm Crops
iijLLw.'jSSM&*>v,4lJL original designs. The women are AOTI: IN Plfl3i.tlrt
delighted with this opportunity for H SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS II

HeH-e"1' >l'eKlllon. and are hoping to f I'onstltiitlomil t JuIn IIM:| Hunt Is "TIME TRIED; AND CROP TESTED"

;- .... y have some really worthwhile ruga. \\'lned. b)' 1I.'rt"lm1"0"- ,
i 'i -. -.---_ .- teontli Amendment Vi.,,- Forty Years Satisfactory Service to: Florida Growers I II
\'11I'iIlEP.HH: IISIt Inlcil. l>\' Mate JjiiwWashliiRton I : PAINTEIt'S 1927 FLORIDA ALMANAC TELLS HOW I II

I4 i ::\ .\KKAIII.K uiwoimi Hullllg I Write for Almanac, Prices:: and DiscountsE. I II
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i 0/ I March 7.-The I I Jacksonville Florida III
Boynton, Kla.-Vivian Shepard II
Palm lleiuli County club gill who constitutional guarantee giving negroes .

'i'' 1 '7a if 1JI11 I g111 11 yE" i t'l'i71'I' tai has been. awarded a free trip to I the light to vote applies to j I .

ill l) At I I IIL';,= itl 111 ..1 I lF I I : Y ,:.px the lirst National Club Congress primaries us well as general elections -
In the opinion of the supreme I
I 1S-22 hns
tl III Washington, Juno ,,
done outstanding work, not onlyIn court.Overthrowing. |
.( her club but also In other com- a Texas statute | .

munity activities. She has hushed under which negroes are prohibit. Qii

t __.. 777) tour years of club work and, eel from voting In Democratic primaries _
-A. J II' has been secretary and president the court found today that
xr +"4 71.8. d"i though the primary 1 Is 1 not
l even
of the fair
., t ME Ifc'E of her club, chairman
: committee of tho County Council, mentioned In the federal constitution -

k -a.-. ..w4..i< YL'. .+n.E a.,. and president of the County Council federal jurisdiction Is sufflolpnt 3
C19'2kCtroi ? to bar the states from making
.i,*. -; ky'j j wIY1. for three years.
-- laws of harmony
c.4N fir NuN7etrG'Bha Jjrci+/ :;c a..t'w brk. In church work, Vivian has I primary
'"- been secretary nod president of 1 with the constitutional guarantees:

: her Sunday school. class: uecretury' of equal rights for the races. I Buick in Style

--Iij'. l ot the Sunday/ school vicepresident Opinion I'liiiiilmuus I Stays .
._- League and, "states: may do a good deal of
: of the Kpworth ,
;-.1 classifying that It Is clllllcnU to be- I
-- i leader of the Junior League.
t : rj -!' di0 "
Kjfc.jx !! llevo rational nald the court In
( At school she has been president I Motor come and
: :: an unanimous opinion, "but there I t t 1 car types go,
,: !( : ) 111.J. of the student body In grammar '

a I ':if.'::II_. A. ,",, I II school, valedictorian, president are limits, and It is too clear forextended just as motor cars do < But the

I I ED""F"2! i 1I, I $lL. :'!;.:i it of the Junior class, and assistant \ argument that color cannot 'I .
[ be made the bass of a statutory -
I 1 '' ]. I editor\ of the school paper. and distinction which characterize -
.. classification affecting the grace
: .,.; : Vivian Is quite proficient In expression "
I. ))1I'I WFt- and In addition to right set up In this case. Buick in
J'I.dffhT.r" style v-1 *
always They
not stay
I, --- .J j.l :'"' .:, ..,. \ ing expression\ has made toach"1 The court said it was even
take into account the
: i..ea-' #: : je. necessary to
A :: : of ,
.. ,. : )' tore the Chamber !Fifteenth amendment, which gives never become commonplace f The
----r" I t H- Southeast Florida Home Economics the right to vote becausethe ,I
r rL. negroes
1\ 1. p I, \ .. ) Association, and has givenat Injustice of the Texas statute reason is, that Buick style is sincere,

'!:.c''i'.. .: ; ...J I LI'): .'0 .! t ..! : readings many public cere : was sulllclently apparent when and of the that is
: ..
''I ': I :. I ..'" t0' t -.:tc :'.. monies. considered merely in the light of expressive quality
I She IIIIn/ nll-round athlete, Is the !Fourteenth amendment which

h 'ri"I fond of horseback riding and bont prohibited the states from makingany I in the car t Buick owners never are .t

b.tX'I I rowing, and has been a member of \ law to abridge the rights of
1' __.l'. .
c '! .rs..:::,. I l basket ball teams. Other laurels citizens on account of race or col I asked to buy a car of exaggerated design i
: to bo captured by her winning along or.

,.-'TfD.a:p'ltt1! ..:. H :.:.;: I j distance race, and winning "The statute of Texas x x :x assumes with lines which might be- ;
.1".1".iJ.: t.-... -,. .- a long distance throw. to forbid negroes to take j

S I '" ,I.4.tQST :: t:t : ;'!. : : Notwithstanding all her other part in a primary election the | come distasteful to the eye r Buy a '(

-/ PLt\\ : : > :: : : : .' Interests, however. Vivian still has Importance of which we have Indiscriminating I Idlcatotl.
r1Cf. t: : .' I' time to sew. She makes all tier against:' Buick! And will be
'._. ." (--. .. : .i,..-...;.... .: r i'I. clothes. She has made three hats them by the distinction of color r t you always

co -r-; : t and. two coats, and during last alone" said, the opinion. proud of car

: .\1"I'n.\f"n\'I: YET colonial blue shutters make a spot kitchen and: a very generous dinIng year made 11 dresses. Other "The objection that the subject :. ; your ,
ICO\: : () lIl'\I. S)I.\I.L IIO.Mi of guy color. The gables nro covered alcove on this floor and two I things she has done with her nimble matter of the suit is political Is '

with smooth matched boards. bod rooms and a largo tiled bath. lingers Include hand painting little mar than a play upon VAI.VI IN NIAD ",

I 'il'\' n. C. Hunter & nro. Achts., painted white-that give the effect The laundry, heatnif' plant, fruit I words."

:ew York City.) of a stucco finish There Is a closet and coal storage may be Negro Wo llnrml
small brick chimney on one end. found In the cellar which fig .
in these days of high prlcen It Is under The decision was handed down )
I One enters the nous* through the entire house. Grove'sTasteless
.iudeed a relief to Dud 1 a emaili in the case of L. A. Nixon, an El ray;
the enclosed porch into the living This would be
especially good
Paso who sought
negro unsuc-
i n I economical house that s'J11 ..
\ i I' >. ,ents an artistic appea ane". room. There may be found a cozy for a family of two or three peo cessfully In the lower courts to recover WHEN BBTTEa AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT..uBt.1Clt'IVIU.8VIUTHDI
I open firE'pIRce-lIlI.nked en either I election
damages against
he little bungalow shown lierev pie.Cost
111 combines these feature* very side by windows that are at once about 8800. judges who refused to permit him / MOTOR ears. I

I'''l\'pl1y.\ decorative and useful, giving an Complete working plaaa and Chill Tonic to vote at a Democratic primary 1IIr"j j
ipeclftratlona for this house a>s>/ election. Moorfleld storey of Boston -
The root Is green shingle (that opportunity for very effective Interiors. be obtained for a nominal sum $ Stops Malaria Restores hU counsel, told the supreme REGISTER MOTOR CO
i> \I ays desirable material and col. from ,
Building Editor. Ref
( and court that 370,000 negro voters In
en 1 I i. the side walls are white and There Is a completely equipped to House A-1I7. Strength Energy eoc I
Texas had been excluded as Ineli- STARKE FLORIDA

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MARCH 18, 1O2T I'.UIE 8K;* N iA i

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TRAIN SCIIKI; )fI.KS '' No. u '""" to Cloy' fe,>ned by nnld .tlefendntit I a n.l lio ret tnlnvil hv I lIe Hoard nndntnnfrt'H I Urndfnrd i'Lotinty PloiMa. on Monday 'I '0'1 II (If ArPI.H'. \TIOX I"Oil

Charming At Effective' 12:01 Co"'i'i't'v line.Itoad LOWI"3 It U further ortlcrt'il, I that I thlM .'r. on nccount of the iiott-por- the 4th ..j': \ \ A: 11'tii >. Ill'l: > I MilU: .Ii"t'tI: \
a am. Sunday, No.4 fiom Suite Road No four. cnnnecutlve I veekH I In thtt Ittatl- fu'rlm.,toe of the t,'rnls uf nadl bid, to nnn\\oi 41 bill I ;of iiiinitlnlnt "- A?% (Il' 'Till t. .iKHtl.i : .

January 2nd we have a new sche I 13 t. tho point of of th. ftitd Ctiuntv Telcprnph. II iitMVHpnpftpubllHlititl Saul itinda alt, to he I issued for Xhlhttotl, ugh ,n.t. )uii In sit I.I I % ir'i'KH
dule. Trains will Ci'uiit t y rnnd No. fi l', n- In niiltl. 1 .'011,119' &and slut. tinpurpoHw of I'u"'haHII"I nttn, com ut I In thn ahtivn t in liy MmKinnin .
run as follows
New : lee farm. ..1 I. Thin Man I li let. I1 27 ,.r.'t t IIIMT Bchoiil I bit I (or- UUhnrd, \\ldo\v. The .I ltra lfoi l- I Not Ii'"' IH .rultv Klv,', tl, u .1.I

Candy SOUTHBOUNDNo. Jtc.iiI No. g a dlHtanco of about U. \V. AI.IH.HMAVClttrk nlnhliiMhaino for I h,' use, of I thopnhllc :'tl iotiniy, I: 'IVIoKTnph, a \\ e<*Ii lie NV. Andio\v'*. pun hnnor T,, ,'r.

1 Due Starke 10:50 four tniiei I from tin Internet'tinn circuit Ci.urtSeal l I I free H"'hoIH within nnl Id l upo- now Hpnpor pntMidhod: In Starko.Itindfonl I tlluuto' No. 1 11.3. dated' Mm LfJiiUA 1'I ,i., v
: : .
: : : :
: p.m. wlh t"Iul'ttut! I U her 1>. I I'H7 hn. H.. >.1 '
Runi' No. 4. to the North ( ) H\ C. A. KMlillT.KNUillT i lal 1 tux IK'hoot iltnti ll't t I Countv' 'I ( 11.1.
No. 3 Due Starko 10-33: a.m. the Town of Starke. "Me A KMtlltT{ l>. ('. Sit hI ccii hi.i btdH .I to bo nponed l>v hv il eel g tilt,'uI IIH I tho ne\\ pap.''r I"uhJih tl'"I"1 I In inottlrv a lies I ..1' J

Box No.: 303 Due Starke 10:03 Iliiad' Ni. I 11 stall-I Ron No Solicitors for t .nhl Il'Ar'l nt ten i> v'lot.k A. M. Apill4th. I thin notlfo Hhall lie |iuul'lishulCot' 1 hm for tax dood to ''ii,
: flol ..llI"lnaul .
amNOimmOUND n In I the Town I to initr 3.4-5 t-4-1o'l'ici I I\ .I I lie oiMcn ,.t I tho So uie'r- .ftllir ..'H."I..O I U-(.OkH ItOXtprloi n'n.I 'utceruli:: I n, ,m i 'n .with I I Salil: t'::
: fitlon" mill I ; ('' WnI ::1I No 1 I IntiMulvtit of Public, In..I..1, l of I to .I ii ,1.1.I .t nppoaranro, at o t'm hi n< OH the"rl. I iii ui'I _

No.2 DUG Staike 4:03 mar I.. I farm. Kabul t.ounty., n t Mark* t honaltl and In default, .t \ 1.01' "11"11'| In s-u'ilictl, I..I"'V.1 1 Hit Infoul I i.l-
: am H.".. A.YII1'H. Hn > : u. M \''''':t'' .till I ton i'i ioHi'rhm: t ho right to I Haiti taunt' at Hall I Iii.* ailotit'o fount (; ,: :; to-\vit I. 'I I II

No.4 Pu> Starke 3:52: p.m. of Road Nn 1, t."m ncnr" tho Ilt"e.lon' reject n>' ii'lOt nil I hiult > liEu will I I I ontt'MilntrnliiHt I ...f ]llli'I k o. Llnci.ln, Olty.Tlio .

No.: 301 Dua Starke 6:16: fnrm, to the Tnwn of "I"H 8ainpnon Notice !l is hoiebv irlxi'n, that I Iii:II orno.1 \' oi.U'i: of I the Maid; Uonr.l of vou niul out'h of jmi, In HII II nald, land l> dnM> l.aoB'.1 I at
pmSTARKK city. by > lituo of that ititnln, flnnlilotipo 1 Mi 1.11,' I imIitl'uli't tlon uf MuiilfoidCounty I NIO niul 'nil a Hi tritt (mm ,. Id! tint ilato' of thn iNdIa'o .t tnutUato I t I I'
AND WANNEU' And, In I the event all (tnnolluo I tax of (.r..lnMn.. Inn It nnd rondoriMl Florida I II. moi'n hilt. of ,'i'tmmtiiilitt.; :: I, u-I rlHll In I I In I'h. ntinio of HI men 1 1Il'1""H.I. 1, t
law Fi'bi' unrv h. 1(127.( t.v I thrllnniirnblt 1 I.. \V. I n.Chlll'nml tiikoti CIH roiifoHHod hv you it ,"1 'hof ,
No.: 101 Leaves Starko G:30: a.m. .h..II.1 l to' rt-iienled or for anvjeanon : ; : I'lu.ln \'II tt'e'i .11.1 ci-rtlllcnto i
fAdklnf.. of the
and saul \ ono uf I Itt, I ',ulIii' > on, and HII Id NIIIt' nhall I pt'I C M'tlt n "" . '0. 102 Arrives Starke 2:10: p.m. h.d'o. i,."lei"cit nul tti I.e.void n i bell till .) ,tl ges of tho "'I 111,1 i ('(nut of, I teniKhth \ of It null oi.l. County. t hot:en ft*'i \I In ,nn, ox partly mannrr, wi.b I l I.H', .nl"'rI"K t on tho :I.t
.ludlilnl. of ThO 111HlH llOHillhod, ,III Hlllcl ft'oiii t''I.n
T J. GRIFFIN.O'III I i.iopi.ity In' limtirnril { FI.lh. 1"I.r.ln.AI"HI hil (> ,iluy A \
.. County, I"Iorid.: :i, and, to IIP rfdeenuil: : In nnd. for I'nlon" Count: In : H II. \VUU1IN, plaint nt" t' its follou, "wi: \' "11"'h.11'111 J92.1 I ',. ii ',1
I liv tho l lt ,' lorv HtMln In favnr ".t Thl i'u'd"ralI.IltOl . Nttiihonnt illutu'ti'r| I IhoiitliOHt mal 1 '
> y .n.1 i I Of an a.l.10"1 i viniyUNIA 'h. ''hi. Iii. Irlh .11) nf b'ehA. -t 1. .
.."I..I"n llnnk of ( i. ci.rp..intlon. \\ '. nnd thn It
a45tl I N'orllt-
I. "
III ('U"I'II t("IOIIH \ I tnx t I ,i'. <'. ('o nlt" ,. ) 1"1"1" 1 Ii. I''J7. 4
"01..111".nl. II\I i'est I Ii.' NoitluiiHt tiiinrIci -
n. ij. I Nutlouul I Kurni : ; : :: : : ( ) n. /il.lbtttM .
KI.1IT. t 'i.I.f ;
,x. J. llulnCownit 1.'lvt.1 of S-i.t 1 TottiiHhlp A, S.MUdUntmo I ..11 .
Snalctl kidH will, ho rutclxecl. bv the Tlt l.cuin A"clntoll. I''i i poi' .I.n.. OA I ," lit II 20 I: I thlitv l nn i'tic Unill, ('ului't, IIIMIIIVI '" I I
llimtil. ,.C Hum) TriiHlot of Uradfniil 3.11-0t.G.t. ,, <1 ,\ 1<">',. South Mf! 'IHI iiiuitor a"rP ofHouthwoHt t'itilitv. 1..1." .
Cou at 'or.'Y. 11.I Iiiig 1 i.Iueii'ee' ,iimllHie '' ::::: : "I': !) : I ". A. n
y 1'lorldn nt m tht* nilicti --- i Jr.' : : < ,' .tlI*ot Inn Itt) I:1"1'1'
of I Ilia ai>cic.taiy. of thu Hoard, at Mtllfi: IIP IM III I l llrm name ail; HI\I- of l.'ot'lcy \ I' Tn t Clt i rnlt, Court, 1 lirnul ford Couti- twnhlp p> a""lh..r ** JO' lund ; 2-U- -3 1'4. ? ii
\ I loItrpnrtiiiriit
$tnrk.., 1'loiklii., until t 2 o'rl"'k! P.i. If \ M & Sun a i.l I In"1't 9' (010ltnik 't>'. In Chmu.ivTht niul, tlili, I \ n."11'H on South ,1.1. ofHoiiilu

: of Aiull, I U. 1127: and at that 1 n eoriioi '. d* :, *. :I thruiiilomlirneil : > Hon. i''d of PuMU' IIHlru..llol .n HI 'uiIliil'T' 'i i of : (ll' (ml 51(111( \ \ .it. .
time iMiblJclv" opened for: nf the rlt.r I : will.! niulH. fut, t Mi. t'otinty of 11'1.1..I., tlnl. I itniKiM' I hi Stloii ut, '.)/nllh\'Hl| !

1 car ot' 411' In l/iniiblimtlt.n, Hiil- 1. *.. J-ali.ltIII' m .. .'II I '"r<>r. tho ('. 1 HI.IIKO! door ntttarkc. !, of )1.III., ii'ii l\' 1"1.1. Month of HniiK' 2,1< Cunt:: AlHo I tlusitutii I It'h""H' .
vanlzedYiio Konctnir 1"1"111., ','It :s i. 11J7, 'J""H"llo. I irn.i fi.1 I'oiinlv I '. l-'loi,'ItlnilinlnK :::: : ;hilt: of Honth\\Mt: 'iiuairtM. tf N.II'i> .IH. hiiohv, Riven til, i : ,

15 keg: of ono l.l, otio-nuarter t lint Lniiniinn liii,.. u< tlio li'Kal hOl"H, of ...,1' on miiiv I'11. WI AI*.. ( ibluitlt| l'i'i f t ni. .11' ,lit.. licionf on to .i .nJlHl tI
lull 4t,U m'ieH. stnrkfi, Klorlilaln>, oil Tamiiiv' n. I MoiuliM. 1.f'n".1, l \* r, 1.\01 Kant: ,lnof M,"'. 1(127( I the I.: .1.I i i'

10 kogM of G0-iunn| i".Million. WlifNull lii.'H, innil" I llnnii'Hti-iiil' llntM.: No. April( <( h. ))1J7!| I I Illll' <. llulct 'I'HI*'. I'ti: '. I ,MHO, itHhli tlu, HiiMt 1.llh of tho Souihonv (1'1',111' of "'011 I I' .u,11 I,

*. 1.''H3G. for XI'P. t.f N\M' ,. to I Ihn .' ,,".I''H'' i'iit'i' lluio-, Tin '"I ,' oi Kt.,i ma 1O' 1':11'1 i H,'it t Ion Tn\\ nMlilp rt MIII..I"., 1 1) 111.1' In c" i u itliulici .
'I'lit. rtttht 'IH rc er\vd to reject any :li. TIMINII|,|| ft M. Itmiirf .M I I n. 'rnllnJiuMti'i. fol, 11'1", I tho fidlilnic ,1..lh- I P \nt,l ami Mm, .HIII...t hits \I. I aunt: ::r".r.r I I Uantro 2(1( :li'A': ;. nnd nil i I II ,' <. .. (County I'l I I.i.

and al l.lli. Merltllnn, linn I -.l, | nf I' oil,I Iniulx U'In. nnd I'I'M j I Yllxo, ntid If dend., l"h' 11' I"' II 11111,1" ford, "'""uht)'. I fin "1 oulu to still ..ilo,
al niatciln) to bo dolUcrotl on i IIH.'Iti l.i to ole ke nn't. ford Count II I.' of hln n ill1 )- I""h I a li..h'". Oe\ (ii...i,. .Iu'g i oi 1111 nil tho inti'text of mild Mln i inmid
thu tfiountl" lit Ia\\tt ISV. I'ln Iroor. to -ittnl llHh 'Inhn I 'to t tho In,ml 1 I 0e whlh, i IH UK follow n. gl'fltt'i'l of eai'l h : MIH I l.'nii tlluI : :- 1..11. ,. tho t..l..wIIK tlcHoribf 1 ,lo
13:. 8. .MAriliWS! .111".1., l.t.fnr.. 'I"'lt| Clr. I t a"'IIlon: I gliul.tliiti: ; niul I'. t';. lligglumtiilliliiluer ( :: That' tlio rollof 1..11' nmiftlit ly' tilt' l.otx, 7-M.-IO-I.I-1 ni"'0 I I II I
C. A rUTPIf. "hllrl..l.uc'etory. I iult I (01"1." t stmkr. rimltln. on to.wlt NOI.lhw..t itunittl,. of ''h,' hl"lnn.l., t.m.h If nllnml, If t oniplalnnnt, In Mn of nunplalnt III 111."'ll 4. ll | ll, 1,1funI .

.! the 21.1 Uav or 1927. I Northonnt I"R rice' A liii I tho North 81.Gt'I'U'I I 'l lilmatlt I 'till tiles a Apri.I i Il'em'e: I llirio-iiuailem" of I tlu' Nmthpuolntinitor (I levnttM "i. oath, O. W. 1111 inortHrnHro hot on until uIt. 9' .t I.'ul tii'tii ri. I'n.' -
?.I A lyn re.. "' Stni'kf., 1-luiltln. of I the NortlioiiNt I q,hart. of < ThoiiutH 11'.nl."t. ThoimiH Ills 1<,"1M. Ild) tlu' null' of II,..' itanio, On A. ii. \\ tliinril i iM
%" : ID ('oin \("I'out :! ..I""lrl :;:: : : t jun nit'nt of HII Id nun ,lirauo lion 2-lN-t.3-l8. '
thflrtinkno Ih.
Wil." I'aiilsh." i.f II.rk. flor. I J..i,.t tlon Twonl-ll' ((25). ""tvn.hll wife, i' liv '. nud I If iUiul, t I
ItlnW Five ( r>>. Hotith t of RntiKC, \\ n lt't's. ..\ 'lfo.>H, l.. rntotHor 01" 11.1.1.II"HH., 11M" ,I lie I 1 I 1..111.
Spilled 5... r.c.Iv..1 hv thelloiuil F. homage, of stni,' Flol'Ila. ono llnut: .lxl> -I'ldht \ prrniiti"*!'H. ,.f eni Hi')'ant Hhotn' 11.1, i 1111 volt) I .
I of hl.l.1 l'e. I-i. I.. Slinp. if > COllnllll1. 1 1\ tool ..Mi.Mioarlv I lila wlfo. eat'h t oi 1'111 IIMll'I..I' 1.1.,1, In < lio > l'II !.: <>r 1"1'.\ 'I'10 V 'III t '.'-. > I
"Mt CON of I l.iui ford ; stm her I '
(L't>untnt ,tho olllco, of tho ,..ori- atSOIWUJC. r'h 'I'.I'I'I'3tlGtI8' I I.r. orirM\N t.. rr.r.K.pocliil : I [ If alive. nnd:;; 1 If tl i'ut. theh,, ;ittlilmoO'flIi'irs : :: \\"hl.. ..i'u'eitI Mini i ... 1..U,1. ( ,,", ', lull: '.ll; I l % l I:iI:..; liii. 'I'10% :lilt I
I Otnnd '
tory of the loarl. at Htnrltt>, l-'la, ': Register 1 Mintnr I II I 'hit Iti'"l'y. .I..IH..H.! tiKiit'i or Ktnntt'i'H, II,. liootc. In.l., Illn nn.l nn ( i\i : .% > r tll' 10 \
I until a M of U, jon iM I I..t "''lh ; T M 1 .h.\ and .InI Ii. Hhnxvhln I II 11 1'"I. or si \ IIKKll.itl.
I 111 7.. and at tlint. ,\Irl MM'in: '10 ('ON'in\crout I I "ol.lnllaIIM'.11.... ., <'nch 111..*. nnd If thou,1. i In Mini ,1".I. I i>iiKt> ; In HI. fniIIH

'AAorMD her neck ihe wore a yellowHbbon" i-tl. for t./r. tl'. c'raw lc-r .1..1.t> pe. :-> I'Iwh' unkno\\ ,ieiisei's I li,'ffiitotH I lie Hllui ItnuU .nl I o\o.11.1. l tloHiildiil.IIMlrl1I'"I1, toKilhitwith u-t'ti'tI I' 1 I.I 'ti'" I,), ii .< IH it I v.'il to II!1 I i
j. ono to four ton*. I I or i'f rath ,HIM! tin.i wl"l .'" ( lint t ii nil .
-It raced around the prcttv t yoke U'II..lor.. (1'0. SpRlffilI bills be bv thin I ,"II1I"'M.. ui.I A','h li-In I HI"''"'111 I ,'"I..t. l ,I nmy\ /1 .
are required to furnlnh wil re..ol'o'l Aliuhun 11"1 II < *\ i I niul hut' .1 I 'noIho
11".1.1' .
Board of I \\ It "HH tue I A. V. : I"I"'i.\ :" \
'I '" : I : :
ntid 1 If not', 1..lnrllhl" fi ,,
JDd came back to the start and when itJaced compl.l. itpeclncatlon with their Br.Hord 1':1'.1' i'onipnnIf In .XIMI..I' e il'I t.uusclig. "" I lu'glelal" I for
; County Plorliln t.nnur and V nl.
they will ulHO be to at the om.. Ih. to HH i ..1.1 "., K"II-" ; A.I.IIM. "IM' .lonn. of Stni, ,'In.. (Conn. 4
right through the frock she caught make nn offer on three' 1'1/11.,1 ria \ tho! : r I 11lrluo nf n I''t'"nll dottoo n( I it' >iH oi.1..H.rM 1"111 Illt.wn 'prttion1a-- ((1 I. U A hl'rlll. it t n.ulof I I*', 1..1..11. lit III"I II',1. aIH.'"', oftlio I
IOW rl 2 o'clock apI'Jor'April I thlH i I Iho tow n of 511,1 1 lii'.
by the county. Mlif Clintlt Court of ( KlttMli l.l- If If toml, "'"' of 111. Hindi of "I'liir- f
It and tied It In 11' .,1.11" ,
that ...In'HoII 12. Count Slnto' of I Kloi M .
a manner was at v i
very, .
reserved to reject 102. liililal, I ( Suit of riorlila' I ,' unknown iloHP| "'H, It'wi- 1.11 1 I bill uiilniKlii. ,niul 1 < \ u
Very smart any and all blI.. ..log". the for following constructing or Improv- I Ilinilfonl, h"'II.' 11 v In. ,'hlln..I'. In iiertiuin II'... or n I... r>f i'glelI : nnd, to ''\\127.I 24(11( dny of 1..I..II'.y.' A. ]I' IniidinK lIeu gtuvl't.uilpiutI, pnu.i' .fthn ;I

:. S. MATTIinWS. ronila or 1..ton. ,' IIHIMB whoreln Mor- \ nntl 1 nil m-moim ". <>r Hiild' lou'ii nnd Minntlnti1, lint'I I thelimn
1.Mh' 1. j
b TUi gay little frock appears miolishtyfa C. A. J'UTCH. ( Chairman of Road rmtdH in to",1 (o.nly: I l IH IM t',.nnlnlnnnt.I nll >.IMIII M :;, Imintf, : nny: rlvht, t tItI.1 > or, luut'l'-, (1. \V. .\r"I'H 1 I\' "L..tkHolliitor : ,nut ln>rlt, I Ion: of limo Hald ;f wit

10. 87-Rlate No 13 nmlVnltor S \\ ait'" ilf- In I ium In mix. I I ,right. uiuui, ,I.
t t
almost light ( -8O'I'II \\lllM ,1'M"'lh..1 "hl.I.111 |lliiti'u.tu a
any material. ( f\.wlll l2.1.. .ltllINi4 !
run "* I. ( ) I.
? Bounty Line. 3.1 MIleH ,.. ,
fptiiliintH, I ivhlth nnltl ii rt'p wnwmntlp tint "d. \ I hrltiff In I 1"1,1-1 "1\. 1",1 in"iivlilliiir I tli mi hi i ,
kde Chine to gingham. U It Is of a % TO (' t<"IOIIH Itond Itoati No. 24-State Road No. 11Ue anil pntorod tin I ito 27lh tlavit I"H'.,I <*ount\'. rioildn.. I..wl: .ini- for 'oml."lnalt.' 3.4 I 1 \Hh a "|"" | ,'ha. '",' .f... Itnat m'ii'\
0'1 t. 21 at Frank .. 0.3Hiuid bv thoipiorij of tho -- -- ,
or dotted material the ( J.r"nn' r Nt.\'nh.r. 11211, n* 11'1HI"M" 'Inur Hi t lImo NIl < 'i.tuitit I I
yoke and II. lice hereof t In I the I a orv ol \' 'S ,.t R"'j": of Ht-rllon S, Twp : ('. I F. IHiOVr.l. p

band of the panties, should be oi -,lijJBolor enlptl l.ltlHltl hn rci'f! >d bv the tixtctiejon.No 1 21 6 -IPtnnd Miles. 8 to Road 0, iplloolc| No R. Pano 407 of mildCotut. 17. H U I.
\ Himil of Itnnil. TillHtoiH' of I triil" for.l! ,. tho Hiinu icing a .di"i"IIP tiffoioiloxnro I t.iintl.'l 1 Mil" IH "II'h.,1, wih JI.l I. 1 I-I
Bon In t'iiuu u't 1 Klttluli' I
Nn 1111 I ,
to match oi harmonic I '!'n- 31-Htnto Rond No. 13 (11.,1 .1.,1111
>o CO/nly. nt I the of 'the of \plnloiM I lion. I I Ilioiindoi I h""I.I', lint, on, 1'aMI 1 ,
be .. I Honrtl .lr. ke. H"'r"ar., lo r-riinfnril Honcl 31 MlloH' I wliriitid, I tiHlti. naintil I th,,' T-.un) .t \\nnl, Ctniul| thfiuoi \ r : ''lt"1 ( ,"11y. 1.11 i
panties may attached to an unlcrwaist / .t 1"11. No. 29 "I..n I In I'ltniu, _
/111 Hoae! -Crawford Road to u''i i 3' : lit' H\lll OI *tt.uHlo.ti't'
a tto'k P. % of Klllll ,ill Roll I ** I MM id I line t a 1
ApHI, 12. III I I "" t.ln\ i tin 11 lug <.llh '
: '
so that the bciomc, I at that Hn.,1 by John Itrownlnga. 2.1 | t sItu \ 11.n:1HOI'! \ l'Iltllt'i." l'I.I.: i:". | iu \ in1 | ,
costume a lime pItI'liIv iipetiutl, : I log 'pcrlbotl rout cntali .wl: jll'I.n |I. i c iu.h..1} Ih.N..lh ( I 1.\\
( .
1 IIOMIN.ltfipli
Complete warm-wcathet ensembleCtpyriflit ., npproxlmatclv,, 4oon ft-nre poet,:: :Hto Itnnd, No. 43-Rond 14 to Road 9 "h..M. cortnlu I plot.i.H. paiiolM, I anilttnttH ""II"r.1 nxrniit, nml, I tin"tun tiin-. i 'oiiiplnliiant, 'ollo\\'rlON. ( 'Ii'
be tl ll\eieil I InHtrticted t I lo Ih' I Print lino of ,
nn on the of ,'. and IP- ,111 1':11 \ I
li.v lluildtr .
I Nnrinnn'8 20 ". 111,1. Hluu" 'IIK I H. Ie.flllll iinti' ,
following ronilsI..nil lh' i':' .t 7, \ | "I.n Mini .u
Rond No. 30-HoA,1 I Inir III "un" l" inml | 1..1..1 'I'wl I. N i : .
( Kltj Butlrrirl, ) I Nti17:t -I'loiii" Sin to Tlnad Xo bv SlnrllnnK 1.2 MlloH 9. to 14 : ..1'lu.I"I.1, ,' i II.II" ?0 I 1'iiht: t to r"I'lw.1 ir AI.llofi I 11(1,1'IfnS. I:,,11"Ml or "1"1-0.' if tho 'l'uwl of

11 cant to riflv Cinintv rlnoIlnml llon.l No. 27--Stnte Rond. No. 11'J I South In. orl"llu. ..'I ,1'M"\,1, Ni'l I t I h to 1"01'' .r ," ,' ron- I ',lulu lit.'I.. I 1.1\I.y.. 1"1"111., \\ r..lvl H".o, d I
Vo il-Prom. Mnto I I I n <'M'H nu>"o 01 (I"H"" reline" .f f 8. "T mi'
Vorth 1.1
IV :MKMOIIIMIn ; : of 21 I tho I IIIII.K
V<>. I 13 lo flood 21 at Frank Tna.t ,, ton< 14 by Don 1"rllul. 2.0 .'1.1.11..1 Ibe I I..t.n. j, I lou't 'i'l..,* CnmpliiltiaiiJ, t nhii'vi. ( .f 1..1... Cliitil.I l.luhl, 1".1. ii.t lIt", i 'I
frnn'ttItnnd. ;101- : ,'Ih"'HI1111.| ? niiineil tog: In thin I 'on' I HNHWoin :0'1'1"1'\: is I 11'II.I'JI'S I : : .if, l.nutiv. I I li" .. i i'iIt.till ..
'Iho total' I t IIP Situ I h 1"1 11..1 .I'yhl..I.
Vn ZI-I"rol RonI 8 to IH length 22.2 of Ihone projects i tot tho' VirlboitHt olii'iilili't't':, |: :and,, i"I I thoNorlhwoMt I of Complaint wh..11 It 'I'hll \'II'Kllln. I 1'' ( 1"11 I :: to :nnd: In,;ludliiK: '' I' '
memory of our father whomwe Ilnml 9 1': I.n.lon. approximately. II"M. of HoitlhHHt all I.'gis t hat t I..e i mo"""H liiti < '.nl'""\ n i 01" point' I Ion an ii. MIII.II, A. li I'ij7, nt ono o.i I ',
learned to love from childhoodbut .V. Iload 'which. total qunntltlm items .. on..llnr..r' octlon'hI in. all I .,11.Nti' .,d In ot. hnIIIHT or i'Ialniilig I to a lit'. Iota (tIii'I 1 II'. mu\1 "'I'IIIII'1 I'. M
N'o 11 to frawfnrd nonilriond flnl.. on propoHuln nre ilcHlrud arc "ne.q.tnl'tor 19 Kantnnd IHI %'o lit Inl'.1' In nntl, I. tho cal \.1111 I I In I lh nliovo i 11. 1111 I oiulx, ,. ,Ii, li. ,it'" toil. the I 11.
the Lord knew beat and lulled( No 21-Piom r"rnwfonl ""I' nn follows: In 'I'O'nMhll' fl South, Hanl" ,,.' fHlnti-' |"I..h.,111| | I Iho nnld, suit hero' \1 : il V"MI..I.I l .:Ui i Him, ; \ ;' I ,iln .,f I ti'i'i- nii-i') I A. I II I. l'ljin. ->. "
: ; : ,
him from our midst. Tlnnd to lined hv John HrnwnlnM: .,. "I.nrll. and ,lrlbbln" 112 Aircn. oiitnlnlliw 210 in .I Inaluix. ,1"1.,1., w honi> tinmenatroH I lino: :I H'; ,"It.-i hlM I \\.If.'. I.I rhonin: .1 t .' ,to I., III i|,.".,'initial buns o .- I

No. ; Rand to :: \ ynnlH less: ,"" ii, ,"MI, oitlt'n 11"111. .I'Mimtl, l II: 11.1., hiM ".'. I nun nn "II'h 'nnd I l.onr Illor'H' nttho
He wax horn January 8. 1846 l..n.1. 41-Fro. 1 Rnnd ln6.1 grading, 1109 titatlona. Said unto will bn hold, durlnir, I thnIt ",I.h..IH.11.1 nml. '.IA..H of ,.,'.hl""r.' : 1 \\hii 'i't'. ", .. I.I., I into' of Mix" pot |ior nlinn, ',n( 4

Ko 1(1( Prom fond B to .irnl hourff, on tho 4th tlav of April 'in o it.HH|..<*t Ivi'l unknown I" HA.I Hollo Vloyil I hiMIr., ,., JnmoH :| and died February 26. 1027 was Ioat 14 hv PtarllnprnRoad l'nlreateo Piling, 2S80 Kin Feet 1127. tho unmn holtiK a rovilliir Halonclnv ... nnd Imvlnw tort lmot'" Hlurnian.lbott, p II:. Mlllorontn' H ,iln\ of .r 11"i niul. I 1'11.,1" .t.. ''I
eighty-one years one month and No 27-From RIAl. Road t'n'r'al"1' mriiilurul Timber 1024 nil n cute ,dav, ..t I IhlH Court In'l.I "'11111 prtnonH known bytmmi Mlllor hiM wlfo. MIHH \'lnh'lll, \iiii, itib ("'"'" CIMUHJIIH nti.I -
1. Fet H, MIK front nf I tho Com. IIOUHO nttnike 'h",11 Illnki- > M V '1' It I "d.
,1".1 but
No 11 to Itnal 14 hv I o t omplalnnnt. HI O. Ittilov. fi"11'
eighteen day! of age when tht Snld poittH to be rou, n,I. 1.' ,) Inch pipe culxertH. 616 Lin I Florltla, to the Ii i. nmlI.PH not 1"1\1 Hlhl bv It w hot hor 'ttu.v. or. 1.I.II..h. l.nwlov.. .1. If 'n11.1'II. '1''. 'amount of 1"1. offoroil for

death angel called him to the or heart and to be nix I feet Fe.t.U blddor for A.h. nnv Ih. nro doml' "I nllvi* 1ln.l.n| nml, 1'I"n., 'I'h. 1"1"1,1., mln' in |n,IIIMI.on nn.i tho prln. ipil
( Inch
have pipe culvertH 6t8 Lin. 1'1 M JllNS.Special .ami, nml I < > a of Hiild lioii.lM. Hhnll 'bo .
great beyond. A place not built long nnd a't load four incites I Feet And I Imml..llon oni| a : : : : pnynhli ( i -
heart at the end All pontn MitHterJ hl'lnK, 11', Iw Inkl."nhrh'a 1 "ni"pot'nln. nro lIving or linn ou on thu I f.lli dnv orloci'ni ni, !
by hand where the Lord and Ills to h. nuhject to the approval or the All work to be done In nrrordnneewith .T. FRAFF. I at sIssra Ilw. and H"II".H.t t hitman v-- In .x ,. .. tutu, If oltlior or nil .of I 1112H. nnd onilltiK with I 100..1'.1? '
the filnnH antI nilntnnnt.Nntlc I iitoon. .I her I Imo nnmoil mo" .. not' Inovlnti I f.lh. : IIII will ho
host dwell until he sees fit to county engineer InMtructonH. nen- f..I'I..r IH mitli'i nnld ". h lii'- IIh.v. ..1.. 1:1.1. |
The right reRervecl to reject any oral nrolalonii:" 1..1 .n, 1 hon I heIr nr ItH liolrn I lo "hu .,.k I'. ;1. nn M.r..h mi'i-i ii.
lug nntl dt>ad k n.iivll i "
come to earth again and summon* and all bids. fipni'ItUnttonn and proposal and con- 34rt4.1.'I but known."I.IIlnhv uoHO! :..H, louiitoof' I *. Riantoon. HUCI *HorH I IU27 ,\ hll.I'r. lure teiiiliiil| I ti
met of llrnrlford nut In"e n.t HI.I aHHlwiiH.vhw, mo nnkniiun l ;; too ill'pimlt wltll I I Toriiite I I
County. nvof I
where sin S. MATTIIKW% oi : e i
before the Judgment t5'EFII' ) whi I her :
us C. A. FUTC1T, P. ChairmanSecretary. Each bid must be accompanied bv "' i om'pin IllW .1. nov Inkl.wn. <' "I.lnlllnl., .n.1, to all 101'KIHIH. : tbn. HontNl, ; nf 'IrimteeN: (:f'ttul t i I
and righteousness shall be separated S-ll-Gt-4-8 a certifIed check or bl d.r'a bond that under hi II H lit .vIH..H. 'III"M., Hi'HIM 10.1 i nrpoi atlotiH, known .I Town of l.nwlov. l.'lorliln' n I \ Ii '
nmdo to .< l I. herchygivon irraiitooK. HiirrotinorH or .1"1 hock, for tIbi.tibt( piiynblo, : :: :
payable H Matthew non I I: I'I
ah..I. .1'1..1. toO'II\"I
and shall hear the call Kfnnl I tiefu.nuluuit Inkl"'n. .
that '
we nnil t>v vtrl of I con sun allis are ll\ IIIK ilcad l"tl"M .
chairman board of bonil trutiteen. "I realI"it nr 'r ho uf I Ito : if
Father 1l..ere. of For..loMlr.: Inl 01.1.1 of to Hn of .I".lllnl. AI.Ihn'lnK ::: ::: : 1"'lnh : : "h"lrlll \
"Come In Ye Blest of My TO ro'Tn.\CTom for five per cent of the amount I i lining any r t, fi, nhirotnafur .I..IHI..H.i
OTIF Sale, IA.I. antI r.n.I..r.,1| Inlor.Ahl" t'rllvod> for a -i ren If .. ... ,. .
and Inherit the Kingdom Prepared evidence of Rood hand an a .I.H..II..I. In nulot ..11/ ) rhetk r.r rr..1 to A'' "vIn .
the and otiflrmlnir rom-
Sealed bldn be bv the guarantee that If awarded the contract A 1.0n. .II.. Court "),1"10" remoM ,' 'munil/ and. I 'to cIcfmHltod I UN 'a Kiinrant ffull
Inl.I alli "ln. 4
wi r.ev.o Court of I II TiirlX t In t ho nhovn dentilliod I : : : : : :
for You then all will be glory Ronrd of Tr1atee. the bidder will e"e..ul. the Tn J'lorlll. 1.I.h'. rf.un- real I 110 V: for romovlnwrloiirln (.ol th.. elaituma I .f /I I"'H"H. "" ,n. ciiinpiiitncn, with t fio bl.l. .-
contract and give bond (lrlllt. 111'11 and 1 hilts I Inlorowlod I "iru"luulniiimg Ami .'al.l are II.'i
there to associate with the Fathur County, 11. office of the aa required that certain rniiwe. wherein fiom Inn,,l's tit < or porn,1 lioiidn
eecretarv of the at Stnrke.Fla The right la reserved to reject any v. aii.lJuIIin l antl void. nn interest" I In sail lamlHiiKaliiHt nut IOHN I Ihiiii 11'1. *-.i,1 I Iliondtl
in Heaven face to face and there or all blilnPinna M K J.lwAr.l. IM ('om"I.lnAII and until 2 oclnck P, M of April 1.. Peek nnd .. for "I I In tutu l I.i, nirnlnHtnnld i .m.I..I..II.M i"-
will be no parting and no tears. 12, 1927, and at that time publicly And npoclllcatlona may beseen his l">.v.I..nt( r..k. I dofpudnntH. nnd eui't h of I hem, ."j.11 II. I of N flY "",,'hi Hive
for one Ford Touring Cnr at the office of the \It. .f'Ark. ( (in nr t Int I*roNt' and' onmplalnnnfH 'Iho until, TriiHlom reeorvei tborlKht
opened Pfrnlir. of hoHald
| I
county enneer. a nil for I bo bit PIIHHOHHOU I : :
We wish to thank the many The right U reserved to reject any and copies of the Kperlflcatlnna pnnv' a .rnn"Ilon. wherein, ( :: ron penron) :: nml for general, !:at OH I tint I ih. addroHH, roHldonon, rplarn tn ,nijeit, aviv nml, all I.Lilly
nre property
t of ) of I thn mild, f
and all
assisted us ( be obtained 1"Mln.M. 11.1
who kindly may fromtho
friends so bdl.E. U per A. H. Crews nppolnted, I r'hi.'f: ml hivlmg '
father's long illness and S. :ATTHFW! copy Copies of the plans may be Master' In fhnnrerv" :, that fl"'lnl. I Clnk) ..f tho Clr .,1"IA"I..1.I '11 I In nndfoi '1''' k"nwI or 111..IOW., M nnknown ,". ."",. o tho 1'.wof l.unti t )',
In and
our no
C. A. PUTC-1I obtained for 15 00 per ent levlptl upon all of 'thoHo i .tnlnInndH'.rul" Ctinritrb>rlda. I tho, porHonhi 1.1"11.1.
though everything Secretary 3-ll-5t-4-8 E. S. I .thit Sbnlu.' of 1"1"11.11. known toIt II. U. TlllllirChulrin:.
death MATTiinwa. Final Dnrreo h
In xnld I
expected ieseril.l ntnklnic 1 "f an ".d..r 10"111 niu
C A. riTTfll Chairman to- ..uiu'It ,of I ,. tho Morvle'o .of it .11''t'..nut uponuhom .i "iAttoHl i'
coulddo of 1'r.rlisuiri' IIH nnd "
was done that loving hands! JVOTICB SecrMary 3-H-6t-4-8 t.lowH. 'l.u.rcme' 'h"l would 111.1 ,'lh..r.t I tho mild : \W 1!. 'l'uItOIlSmcelery. -), .
wit' ii nnld bill *onipltilnt upon n
and we especially than !Mr and I All One U I: anti th. not. less I limn -H ,tu, \'., n i.'r moio.I than id...r'.n'III.M.1.1. .... complainant, iitli 1-29-Dt-. iI
and Mr. and Notice IH lierebv. iclven that HIM >o rIE f..lou "f I Nnr'h.nHtOIA".r 60 da\H fr m tin' dnto of tin imiklnirof KOH T. Osteen 11.1 .
Mrs. R.
undemlirned expect to Introduce, An,' ;.nnd, I AVinl ifnlf of Die thin I illllKont utt'ur.'lt nl.1 lotuul rv "a.' I;' ",-, 'i III n iriairuiir" 'iiiitili'itiiiiitfltuiiiiii', i iIIAUVKY ,' ''
!Mrs. Tom :Alarkey. who with pa- It poHHlhlB rnnit bill in me 1U27NeitHlon In r.- I ('ourtEightlt. .Ttitllclnl It|1IIlrl.: nnd I ho 1'ant: I 1"1.I .1".1, I Dint not (toon, a li It- to am If nnvof I' ; ; : ; .
No.'h.a.1 ,
tieii.-o Ptayisl by J until tho, list of tht. Jjpffinlature, t.f Flt.rItln ) (I I ur. Itratlfnrd In Pnunty, Rinto of half of (Ih. S"'lh".t, nuiirtor, : aol, AI.I .*.\'..Ih..f"l.t nl.I'h,o\t' alIve t.h.. "r Hiild In .xIH".1..t"III.I.",,", "' nr nro not'doml, and .I M. SNVIIEP" I 1*
among otl..r th'tiKflfor Chancery Ilio Non'h- -
was done. !May the Lord In Ills the : of Itond 11: m'to,'.. tif D ALVA11KComplainant /, (wont ho N'orthuent quit'' <|1IIIr.t tI Ih. Hon.I heaxtiiinrler 1"1",1. ..1.HI""II.,1 l I to.,,I "I Hpoi to'Hit I tin d. IN furlhi. .11..1 In Hald. .hil lluitt I

and i Irs.. (' 0T )'II','1 i to U" i ,.1111., Hon hwesl I tiinrt r: 1"1111..1| npprnr. t horo mav Ii. i III MIH o| po I, p4
them oom- 'UIIy. | ,
emil ( .
biiuty: nn ) | i | of ,plaint 1
Fflnl or \ ". r evtln'o'a '1 VS.p.rr n'l the Northwest ", of the ."I.I.lnlll'M 1.11 "11u1 I.itus In'.1' In I tho 1'1"1", Mortician, Starke, Ha. j ,,,
:" nnnrtor 1 hi I n nn I.' I tho 4th I of ,, ,
fcrt them tiii .)- .q life. 'and. may of TJrndford ('ounl MTivxrn. Se't, T\vi .11" 'nvolvod! In HII II. Milt. niiim I I
Indehl"dne. Y. Son I lieu st' I)'Ur"'r of 1.1 ." A. n P27" that t hIs or ; : : : : ; <
| nl.1 t'.tiiIi'l, of tiiiHlnoHH IH nti- ''i.
remember our ever", living lu.11 mini,,, or Hum n<.t t x- T'et.n ant. 2) nml I Inl'h".1 Cl|Ill' I t('r oftho I 1\1. ptii'li, ..k forfom 1 i.'ii or Member of Florida Funcrn' 11 j ,
iSiliiiMtu'ui iiiluI' wo
they ,
i kno\\ i ompliilnntit I nml In HII' hi j
One Hundred Tho inndHollarH It appt-itrlnir bv arTlila\lt, nppttndodto I .,,.'hw..t : n 1.1 tin w.kH tho itriuit.t'uiutt.t 'II.'r: ; : ; : : I
Creator as long ai they live In denomlnatlona 'f OneIhoiiHnntl the bill filed In the l"oV.MIAI..1"a" 14tih I tliree.tluilrtel'M| (S > the onm i 11\.' II ocklynowripap hill r* ] IH yniV'l tiKaltiHt intrh Directors anti Embalmers A.- j 1 Il.
'V' 't"n by n eon.S Dollars .ach. red' so that Paul I Stlnnur.I t ,," I HniithonHt, .|ttniNi,. of I the Honthenutnnnrtor : r..1 linvlnit'.I'.nl.h.' I I known' 01.1 nnk n"wn .1.r.lnll.| '
monthly out of the gasotino taxhltli ant therein a nmi.reNltl .* 13' nnd. ..1..1,1 rr"lln. : : It o.I'r.1 I lintutt
nA'n..1 of H : 11':1111'
: I I
tlon 1 and n ,
\\ Ifl iirorated to Jrl.\.r.1 nf the tate of Florida nnd h. I is a the North llulf..101. time North lint. (I', "lhl.h..1. "' 1''n.I".1' ''1'' ,,. In thin I. |.". If, .oclaton, I
High bprlngs-Florida Telephone ('Oll'V. Floritla under the "resident of Mori'house lliirhwnv. RF nnd. 1 the Southwest "|'ter of IIUtltwept .. ''Alv. ionft' 111 Ivl'K.' nr In oxlnlom. 1..1, If diml
local .Iatll. Mnltl bond rln'a to I 1'0 IHI. I). Nn (I. Falrnc-ld 1rhll.ort.| : nnd tho AVontllulf i..r ,1"1'1. I "I'" HHO wil I. cu- I. In 1'alsl'i m o. t IH n hlM hop, PHONES i ::1:
takes over tpinrtor I "
Corporation 1"1'11 t hr-hH ilovlHoin, !
Hoard of Jond Trustees State of Connecticut nnd II of I tho MniitlH-rtHt' nnnrtor, : anti .llln.1 ant nial I 1".11 or II. I.II..H. 1 1DRyl
owned by !Mrs. D. Long. herd of age of I ; It IH of Hnnthonff t I n h.I.1 1,1 of "",'H. Mlui'i''NNIrtl i oi ,.HIKIH 11.1
exchanges Mlrf.ln" "Ibl. r..d. twenty-one y..rH I'h. Honthennt' '1"11.1 Ih. I thin Court | day Marc h, ,. NI '
llrnim poratlnrifhiivlriff
all oi
fc I1ows.toWIt I- that said ,l.'roiT. nl.1 btgI'I'
to start ulnly. ns ord.r.,1 non-r.M.I.nt nnnrtor: Four )I' ,nndHtntn
Fort Lauderdale-Work A. H I 11'7' nt "Ark. In County or .'InlnilriK, any Intorcnl InIhoHo
tlefen.lnnt be and he I la tho Vnrthennt ,, ; nnd the
and | .
soon on $350.000 new Broward Ilond No. 1 from State Road "0. lo appear to the bill of ....m.1'Illlr.,1 ftiittt: Half of i'h. NorthweMt' quarternnil : (Soii lifurimsui Mv. Ai.nmtMA.vClei orliiln' InmlM,! lying mid With D.WItt C. JO" ..1

11 at n point about three ntt..eitoith plaint filed In MalI muse on or I be. the tinrtor( of theNorlhWCI't 'k of Clr< nit t''I. ItradfordCounty I II, Hrnilfnril lonntv, "1.11. It
county courthouse.Umatllla nf Starke 'through the YjiViisof fore Monday 4th day nf April, foulh"'HI' coil the N"r'hInl : .. n.1 ,1..111..1| | HH r..WM. h..II"j I
-Public Service Company Oraham and rtrooker to the Ala- A. I>. 1927. otherwise the allpKatlonnnf I of the; Houthenitt: ounrtor nf I f'l.rhl. Lot* 1hlr'y-I"lv.' (ir. ) nml ",Imiaei.cleaemtinnmttisteuicnsiinueuiarnre', !! !'!!! '
: 13 M
bill JOHNS. etc I <10 la w n. I Imi -
lines to chua County line Interaectlnit with Halt vrlll be taken a* con- Nine (9)) : nnd the North Half I
to extend electric road being conntructetl bv Alacliua leI be published once a week for of.the Northwo. un,,"rl"r; of HiullonHleven 3-HilUltor I for (011,11 ll II. niKMtocii: < l 151>, 'l'.wucluti':'I I !: n5)> ):: I rj
(2J flint:
this city and to Eldrld. County and paid county line (11)I 1 : All nnld above donrrlhod r.I41.'O'I'U Kouth Unniro Twonty-two ) ,
being In TownMhln Six IC> arrfirdliiM In I a "i. of W..II WI lie
Innl. i*: oi U.I) I In >. 'n<.
Twontv-two (22) 1..1.1 h..k ,.
Hnntco .
met antI rontalnlnv One ThoilsandSeven .r I 1.11.1. roi oiiN uf MradfurdConn

THE GREAT AMERICAN HOJE : lliindrrd, Nlnetv (1790 n rpH. I lilt ii'" ,IH itlvon that 11,1.1 And, lv I ,von, nml, ..arh of Vil nro lr John B. Thomas

I[ more "I I I".H.of and wl. on P. lr27 Monility, l etween ami. hy virtue of lint certain .. ill rod and r"'i|iilrod I: to it plond,
the. day of .. .iiifront ,decree. 1..1. and entered hv the nnnu.or or :tlorniirror tn I i.r.l: l t.I l II oft fiISTiilK.I: : ; ) AIK'IHTIXT;

j Ih. leffftl h..rH Hon we poor..1. In Hon A. k InH. Judira it I lbs Clr- nniplalnt I nn ,'S hi I hi tod a",I flab ,.*.tion I
of time r.urt Court of the Eighth' Judicial f A I I.I I.
__ fornnlo 1 10 Knurl day n April
i IAr"". Florida sell nnld" "1 the tn the slime hl rh- cnl'Ir'ul of FlorMu. In mid for llrnil- I l'tJ7., fHllhiif, whl.h. u IH-..r.'i' of thlHrmirt l-Hisrkp, Florida a

and, IAnoM thereof nndtherefor f"rl 1"11 y. on t lit .{d tiny of March, will ho onlf t >rod l nun bunt voiiir I
IteBt _
act nnd .satisfy and I>. I" I. hut o-rlnln I fnro.'lia.! "' : : : C
to '
for rnnh I"'yHu..h
Decree and o.tM lre .t ",rlll"' .ll i th.r.11 iu.nui I. ,. 1111'" ,III.h,1, > I
Final A. *. CREWS. i. II ( ,', ,h'r"11 I I A times 't'k fil four 111' "II'I W..kM In, QIlaIJCUIUICJjlWJIWCIQIL"( ( 1C'.I
''a Complainant an'l ( Kr.sumui I ho ,
O.orle .1..M..h
In f'hnnreryJ
lal Master t ."I..1
P. Ppe AdklriN. OnlneHVlllo.Attorney ,u.t WI''. .aHI. IrIM" "I' .h.t.n'l- . ., ,",1.. |1.1111.' .. I 1 COFFINS & CASKEI" ,;
I man
1-l-5t-4-t' ants, the upeomi W rSPSM I tho I Ifnnnrnhl' ** .I".IK"
'ItT wil utter for Hiilu nnd will ..1 of 'the I'.lKhth: rndldnl' 'f'lrr-ult nnvoll }:i and a Full Line
''to Ih. highest and l host \ lie I tho <>m< hit ',' 'I.t I tilt.Iirt, or
\OTII'K |I..h. I II front of Iho MnlIt ..or oftho I nml: the Nlirnntnro: ;:, nf ftV; Aldit:; : I ><

IL7 IL": [ "'iturt hilsm In Htarki, '. "I'rnif in. r'l'rlc. thin the Jflth' duy of y Undertakers' Supplie"I I

/ Notion of nnl of t2f.nAfi 00 Mix I r"r.1 r.lntYI '.11.1. on :to''llyllAI.rll J'.hrllrv. A. f.> 1927
Per *'ont "e.IAI Tnx Nil hool I IIMtrlrt | .IIrln. '1. 'MII n w AI.r'I'' HM\S. I:: AUTOMOBILE HEARS -
Niimliored, Flit lit, "MO. of Urii'l- h.ulj. ns. .r 'a Ii' 'h,''' r.l"wl.1 I I I 4't'k, ( 'h'' ll .' t I;

ford ('oil n t y. Florid' .i ttondnIlnrnhv thnt, lh.- I .I 1111,1, .' il'"I' Ilillils' lyllK St a t n and of .In" 11 atiwlt A for H ("'HI\I. 1..1"11,1' T 4.M I I Iii IIij>} AI.,. Cii hand. Tk. lt ..r>.

.Ivon r'p; .. *. : _:_ I
n.I Itratl- n .V E \I at the I. "p.d.l .'

Hoard fnrd f of nil, p"hl". "'lust' r..I..n I I I of nod|\''' :' '.f Sl'f: i4.-i't tlon 24. Trwl- '( 'I': ', n liI'liiCtll'C tlt I, t.n.l"a.. *....

[ .lildH for I h.'1'11. wil, of $jf.- Hhlp) 1 Houth. ItantrP 21 Kant. lyIng I Ml:III IIIIISVdtlie :y:t KKGIMTKKEU KM1IALMIUjj
Healed .
Voi"t h of I Ih. (l.uuti'l Hut lor nndI
N | l'IH..ld
000 no Hpo 'lul Tax <
7/ Vnm bored 'h..1 of,1r.lln.y. Fllrk" Iltgilwuiy ruuulinuc, i hriu.ijh IM In'roby vlvc'n that nil ;jj: DEWITT C. JONES :
"I.h''n. .
I nuulSvv4 .
Klnrldi on or b.tor. .II. 1. .t NW' ..1'.1.| l 1..1' dlHlrlbntecH" nnlnil ,
of SI .f I". 'r"wn- I I I c'I.,I ins niritln *t
th of thirty dav*< from 1".t.n pornfinri hlVll' l1) q
en" > STARKE. FLA.
"Irnlon I 14i'tiu" ": ant
MAr.h..D.. 'l"" 27. nt .hll' C 2 "" the iHtnto of Ynrlmrniiich' d** i i
'the 4'1 the Knper1ntend of 1"1 ilt SI':' aol, N'' HI':'' an.l' iMiri'il: Into of Itrnclfor'l: I'o'intv, : HI.: :I
the olc. nf ', of VWV, and Nf;". of ptV", of I th, li"
-- County.I..hI Florida nut' ni*.t nt Inn fUitrko.of f P Florida riot ford. 1.1..II.n, 21. Townnblp H 50111' h. flange : InlmM h..r'I.y. duly rouulrod 1'h.'I.I..I., to i fn th' *. I mi iijcx. ( icirx:, )M'M.} (:Kjunui'( ) n

-r----- ( ,. Each: nnd In oil 3'JO. Countv .1 util I r'ounlvKlorMii I '
14tli IinI" an to tin d ited July 2 ..n."lnln. ..
I "l nomlnatlonM rnoro or 1 within fine year from "diti-,1
bn In
lit and, to :
Itr2ft. nrc .
t nald lnml will h nold to ._ '
of II l.OO flu) each nml to 'Th't < thin notice will he hill In bar
Intorent nt th. rnto of nix l p<'r tho saul flnnl d Ionree.A I Ii,'re to. ii nil. .I I I perHonn I lndebtiil, to r
! bellI nnntiiri. pnvahlo I H 'HEWS.Spoclal al'l estate. n ro'iulred, to pay 1"11"
1 per
( .n' on th". Int day nf .lanunrv' Master' ,nal'l ili.I"'IH forlhwlili' PATRONIZE

itt enr with Inter* Htrtiiipftrif ,1 KVf'lHT A KVIOIIT, Thin 2lKt day of I p.l.r".ry.. A"

: ntta I e j".t'nr Th* prln*'I paland ; I ,\t"rA"YH. i. t.r i'omplnlnnnt' 1927. HOME) BUSINESS
1-1" \v .1 !
I IntcrfM of an' payable PPPIH"V.
1..IM --- of frail firit ( 1 ,
nt th* Hino\; In tn > "11111 .r- uini: CAINESVIM.I.;
NOIM Ii: ,. \
"xn"lnIHlr. '
/ flty and thi IOu' of Vow V.rkI 11.1 .
of oHlatf., ofV. : y.rhnr.o"lh.
"I'h. nmoinif, nt oon 1'4 ,iff"'r.d f.r In (1 In ult I Court Itrail ford ...!Ie'ons.t J t.I-21 t BUSSES '!

nii, In 1 5 <'mo 00 nnd Iho prtnolpnl I I Florida! In rhnnooryMrs. "o/nlY'j -.-- 2.2r. ---

7 7Th of saul) ItniidH; nhftll be pnvnblo It.-. I'mm.: Richard 1 \OIKI.: or .:1.1'1"0': !
00010 the |lA'i dav of July I whh nnd <>,..l-.llag C"n'I.I.lnlnt. Schedule
\ ynr. ..llnllnl IQ2. I
I I' wlh 1971 1.11 wil he \ S. I'pp''rnon. Sheriff of rtrml-, I IV. Hv th. flower vontod 'In th n it I
..1 nl.l ," n b.for. I iii.aspiration ford Cf,'JIV. ,I"i.ri.iu.. antl ..-"f> finn. nf I'uMli. (rist ....I inn of I ll I nd- FOIl J.\X-J! a.m., 12 ir
*.l thIrty days from the ( nil cm.I a "' .. nf th" est uut.m ford founty,I'"h : :a lif' ''y m InofortlonM I
4th day of Mirth A I I' 1927.> Alt 1.1.v. K:. Varttorouich, d 1'.e..I. I tn : at I tho ( !Iii \Icr and I i
h.I.I.r are r."iuir..l to doponlt with : aln ,hool hon*" |'n ItoHlnr Hp 'i'I'u! il I .T''I' p.n

li..nrd of lubltc Inntrutlon "- Tisfenlitntlt. -.( IHnfrlct' nnd M U". .ii',i FOIl .VIU.J'9:1 a nll. ;

a fortified rh"r'k for ft v. per f-'urrilioiirr ol Mr ."v and Otherllrllrf. school hnitxo II W".I.I w'i 'n t
rent of th. amount of saul bid., nnld I Tax School r> n TUOM |I.t : I t5and6:15p.m.HERBINETi'I 1

heck to b.. mn'l payable the i Th.. of lorlila I H nrnlim March I 15. 1927 for i h. fn'i" use ofil
Hoard of Pubtlr' Inst met Ion of Bradford Frank Ifal.I Hoilnon nnd r-iurl-i| t-. .i, ,i/ -,1.ln" .h.'h.r or t tot t iiit-e

County Florida TulIP<' t :Jr'Sf": It "'.I..rlno t o || I Hh,1 ...n..I..I... "Ii! .tMI

All bidder nhall specify the time by th. sworn .complnlnt nl". [ i 't-'e; trnnt* I II.!. fnl'. j liui'mltlage I!
within which the bidder will Comply In the above cause that Hl< > to bn assessed.For
with the term thereof after no- I den*'* .f "ai-h K ttrautn, 'n' H the purpose of ho"1 .I. .'- te4 1

--- --- 2,1 tlr* given by the nalrl Hoard that ".>l-ion and hnrlra I.. Tuti" Ihre., lon In IIIMI.r rhstrl'P.( 'M" |I. I;
:: .
._ ::: -; dellvvrv of the bond can tie madtOrtlfled ( the ,fndnntff in the a.ov. i reuse J. n I ton'lor nn check to abov unknown and that Ih.y each npnolnt nann".r. Stoma..lo.
THE. Z=-' ;: .: In to he dpoMtnd an a guarantee of over the age of t w.nty-on. years: For the plrpl" ? l.ol.n" rloc-i I Torpid ,.clul i
, full compliance with th* bid nub- It I is therefore nrdorrd that f:. i tlon In 1 ; 'I >- Conatlpalloa I

) ; mlttil and In the event of accep- Kraum. Prank ft lloilxon and1Charlon suer, J 1o Norma ltrJri'1lrll; lard I
F-IT% tanr of ClOd hid and the failure on t- Tuttle you and each of nra "' t tT Prk,460cpicrboft.. .

1Ec' the part of the bidder to comply : you are hereby r citlred| to be and: I II I *. W f fIf r S I
S -- with I the tormn thereof, warn shall appear before the above named I R WiaOlN. KIC'jI.: ... Corn-nlnij-| Drug StonFRID1'Y. -
b. connldereU as liquidated damagesi. I Cuurt at the Court Iloune In Htarke, Secretary. ]-




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\ I thin will bo solved with the comI iff Pearle were shopping in Starlto -- _. -.
\1 Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED pletloii' various highway projects Monday. --

now\ under way and to be launched Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blanchard

IN 1879 In. the( near future. State Road with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. !tobin< -

..:. -- .- N'u:.; :9v! Iuko City to [Bunnell viasinrkc son, motored to Keystone sleight I I
und 1'iilatka. will Ira- Sunday
I'uli.ished: Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clas! \',. ,(> the county I from imithwpHt Mr. Fred DonaldHoi ot XVulilo,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida to southwest, and a new highway visited In Lawtey Sunday The Man Whose Time
fmni, ,. Starko to (Ireen Cove Mr. and Mrs. J. B. l-iyo mid.
t: S: Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher '' III-IIIKS I through the vast imrlcul- two sons, Bryant and [""I'B'"llIlt.! -

J ( Robinson__________________________Managing: Editor5K. tuiiil holdiims of J. C. I'enney. InChiv 'ed Mrs. Dye's parents here: Sunday.
loiinty. now larks only nix .

.- :u == = ; nillcH of being completed. This :Mr. C. Y. Mayo and )U. K. Our Is Worth Money

,: SUBSCRIPTION KATE lUll .''ackHonvllle -
'f, '11'euiiey property for a distance of Tuesday.Mrs. .
Vcarly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance : twenty-live miles.Slurke I : Isle McVeigh on'l 1 daughter

Advertising hates on Application) the county seat Is a Shirley, with her mother, Mrs

,1 _. hustling little city of approximately Oscar Thomas, visited Mr, ,iuil! j a

ron't let the street )paving )project) lag, Mr. Couiuilnien.Cainosxille's 1,460, which has been developing Mrs Enoch GrlHis Sunday.
rapidly, during the last two Mrs U. H. Thede wax shopping

1 : chamber of commerce numbers 523. They exceptionally years., Building brisk construction at this time Is In The Gainesville Ladles'last Aid week.was delight I.- It is the man whose time is worth money, also the man

f' ur. .ftcr one thousand nnd will make the grade. with no Indication of a decrease in fully entertained at the home ot I him dollar
make his time possible
who wants to earn every
: __-0 the near future. Throughout] the Mrs R. R. Thede last Wednesday ,

;. i..aturnli:01ts: say birds" are wise ; 'but unless poverty really) toiiiity Improvement of farm afternoon from 3-30:: to C o' that knows the value of a favorable contact with a strong bank.
buildings also clock. The '
is under way The meeting opined: will U l
,' is a !blessing the stork cues darned )poor. judg-ment.-I.os AnK ,building.. activity has been u ntlmn Mrs. A. II. Harley, president, presiding
I li This into most
made when carefully '
I i contact young, grows a
In ,
e:.J: Time lit to business and other activity The afternoon wax pleasantly
In the form of agricultural j spent Hewing and pluuuin
. 0 guarded asset later in life.Bradford .
development has been of equal tinipoitance. an Easier sale After tho business
,k' 1'.-ices on strawberries <,m the Jacksonville market jumped'I \ Business men pro- adjourned the ladles enjoyed

I t,' friir.i, three to seven dollars Thursday, we are informed. yltiouaco!I > conditions normal with the several piano solos by little ...-

t will mean thousands of dollars!:! to the farmers around Starke. ([ outlook for tho year very good, Misses Louise and (iullda Mario
| c'8pe'lally' If the funnels are sucjCC'HHful Thede and the hostess serving du- ,
-.<':. neol.iIIel1n.! :; with their crops Starke llclous pineapple uheiberl pound]
o has experienced a 30 per cent liicreaBO cake and stuffed dates. About 20)

It. raw berries hate been leaving Plant City, Starke 'andut' { I in the number of telephones were present.Mr. County Bank
added, during the last two years, E. Luddlngton anti, title"; ,
":' centers' in large quantities for some time.Ve have !
'ami[ consumption of el",11'1I', power Grace, of Arlington, Flu., visited
id;:a that GilchrNl county will ship strawberries: some day ,!, hall doubled two factors which 1 In- Miss Pearle Grinis Sunday. :

', wl e.i its' flatwomN) country is drained, and developed. i dlcutihealthy development ot the Mr. and Mrs. 1 E. K.: blarney and "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold"expected ]
lit,be mother, !Mrs. U. It.
city. Financially, both the Supp spvnt
<;:1' sville: Kvcning NYw: __ I
counly and the county seat are In Thursday In Jacksonville. - -
-- .
oi -- excellent condition. The' county Mrs. U. R. Heddish was shopping -- f fI fI

i 'ew! York's llaumes law, which )provides long i prison sen- I has a bonded 1 debt of only $1- In Jacksonville Monday. I --- -

.ion.OOO.' the bulk of It for high Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and mother, and a good time also. a basket ball court for both boys ,V. II. C'urrlu
tenCM for habitual] criminals] is causing a sharp' diversion of I Mrs. J. H. Glastonburg, Conn.
Moore vlstlcd
I. !Mrs. U.C. .
ways while Starke owes only I and base ball dIa-
and two and girtH :A Gertrude
McCormick Carrln
Mrs Delia> Manchester
opiLJn! : among the ]le;:al i rofcssion! on the grounds!:! of its!:! bc- *!2.000. Biggs in Starko Friday afternoon. mond. ,
children are vetting her mother Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wallace -
ins .ioo se\ere. Lawyers must make a living, even at the ex- I Itural Population Ini.|-caweBrmlford The funeral of Mr. Walter Valencia Mm. B. L. Blanchard. The building is modern in every Edgewood, Pa.; S. T. Rivers

IICK) '3 of the public, and a crook with a life-time sentence is \ l had a population ot12.G03 who died in Jacksonville Mr. 't{. II. Edwards and family detail mid can easily be added to Crescent City, Kla." ; W. H. Christopher
'h' have moved in their pretty Span- when At present it accommodates and II. M. Burky, Jacksonville
a hot r customer. I In 1930, while In 1925 the Saturday night, passed through necessary. -
figure was 7021. Strange as it Lawtey to Ralford Monday afternoon iHli bungalow whkh they recently bom hlgn school and ; !Mr. end, Mrs. R. C. Bealv,
--o may teem It Is an Increase rather I where Interment was made. erected In Kawtey.Jlr. grade school. pupils. Gainesville; Mary Landon, Char
r ;*.t the school convention held in Jacksonville ]last week' than a clecreiwo.( Union county Mr. Valencia was the son-lii-luw I and Mrs J. G. Godwin and Clients whose names appear on lotte Dawson, ""
lila.ii I were made for enacting laws to secure one-half the was created I In 1921 from the of :\11'. Bud Browning and was well HOII Theresa Cleon, last made week.a business tripto ': the register at Keystone: Inn this and Mrs II. Itcaton, Jacksonville' ;

northwestern portion of Bradford. known !In our community The week )'. C. Gould Jno. II. Randolph, Ormond.
tire: Hampton;
arno'' nt collected by the state from the
!> gasoline tax for the ;'i with Luke Duller the has Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woolen and
as county family the sympathy of the I
tich.Is:,! of Florida The needs of our educational forces Meat, and took away from IJrnd- entire community. young HUH Garland spent the

I Nl.ouul have the attention of every member of the legislature] I ford several thousand, of its POlHIBrnMorI' Mr. Powers, of Jacksonville, week-end;Mr.In and Law-ley Mrs.visiting U. H. Red-her Billy Sunday in Umpire's Role
Intloii. ..
( people In- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. I.. 11. Ipurents.
Rni I come method devised tu
secure additional funds, but the 3'creased, dlah. '
between 11)21) And. 1925, 11111 Tuesday. / 'vf. -
goo I work of the state road department should not be crip- and If their numbprs continue to Mr. A. M. Blaiuhurd made a Dr. and Mrs.,Carrodlne and Hon, f.I f.- ,...... kw
/ (grow during/ the nr>\t three. business to Staike I Lee were shopping !In Jackson- .::
p plea> by diverting, any part of the gasoline and license tax. yearn trip Monday. last
vllle week
an they are 1I'I'IIwlllg now !-t would Mrs I W. K. Torodelslted her |,
o not lie, HID'pricing it It does not sister, Mrs. 1L.: Biggs In Stiirko I Mr. and Mrs. Doggo spent Saturday
Tie; : famous Hilly :Sunday; says: "I believe t there are a lot have In 11)30 it population equal lust week. afternoon in Jacksonville! t t

of i aralyzcd] hands in Tampa when I look at the collection to what It possessed 'IPfor3lirndford Tlnlon The ll'Uwberry movement Is n I 0 I I I >
'otlnly was creased. full Kiwro\i; : IIKKJIITH; II .t
: swing now. Deri'leu coming ,
pa1 These "paralyzed hands" evidently are cau.1ingIt.: .. 1 Itself at one time bore I In I from several places to be put ( Continued' From Page Due) I Itlnb

Km :'ay more concern that the lost! souls]: in Tampa. And| j III nunio not owned now by any in j the cars here Mr. J. 'F. :Moore I -:Mrs. Ella Bird.

Ain..)!', the highly advertised Kidnappee of the West Coastva ,, county in the simile. In 18f!>8 Cd picked() fifty-live crates and some Song "Crossing the Bar"-Miss.Mary
nnibln county was /(" '" lain 10 ,quarts'i lust Friday the prices being I : Zolgler.
\ Msapp' with her
in I
reception Jacksonville
when her urea and it wn 'ut up Into three | I I Ij air and hope to see them better Congratulations from the Board '
I tote':! Sunday] collections amounted to just tnirty dollars and j parts one remaining as Columbia, ja.s 1 the season opens up more of Tl'lIde-I M. Wai wrath.Oretlngs .

told Vm they would have to do better. Some )people} never' while the other/ two were Suwan- i| The woman's club will entertain from the city council
r rea'i'.e' that nee nod New Illver. In 1861 :New their husbands at a St. rat- -Judge Meeklln.
; I, they are bi'int overpaid River county win split In two, tho Irickab, dinner at the club house piano solo "Cilanls"-Carl
-- northern half becoming linker and I Thursday night. A real treat Is Cooper. x
t I the southern half being changedIn oe 4; Y { z
HAS nnnie to Bradford., The name :
The Personality of
I a City- $ :
cons that of Captain Bradford it 't.1'111-1 "'-' t.:...:."" ''''" :Senator; F. P. Miller. i L '1
TWO BIG t'onfoilerute ortUer killed ,n buttle Piano Solo, "Song Without :
MONEY CROPSi) n shoot time hl.rllrpow River wudcut by the }poweroHtcil In mo hv Ilio 'Vllrllll"-VJrglnla Jane Miller
nil.l lllWH: of Flol-lil.t I ho board: of 1'lllillc, i I
Congratulations in Behalf of :
lax' n Ix-I iirnilfonl Coiiniy,
',i Stt'. Ix'rrli'x. I .-- CHllH elu'I.II.t.; ;. bo ,hold: lit thin; : fol | Florida ,
\ tint IEi"a"lliiu-i-ui-K. IH claimed CliautaiKiua--Dr. Meado.
that Louisiana has HIII'h j ju 1 ,. ... .
( I > i> ofo 1> ot lowing namt'il placet on Atoll/ 111
lilfiN 'llii'iu Itntli by The distinct advantage in rates her-l I |1\|I'J7" for t lie luirimm* ot flvrlliiKI Violin Solo-William Lawrence :
4 fiuiil. 11..1. I"n 1'ur.1H 1'lor'lit rles may be shipped, by I If I three tniHtfi'N unrh mind, iletvrniliilni.r. Presentation of Keys to Mr. '
expresfrom i ( he inlllllKU to I UMHCHHLM .
'u Ill < .ll'illxtrli
ia I
I N C ''111'1'11'''', ItS the Hammond district north i LAWTEY <$> 't.l'nr Cooper --J. Edwin: Larson. "
j .-.'|IIH I to llnt<> u MiIHIM of New Orleans to New York for'j l' r I the tiurpono of holding''' : Haiti Talk-The Future of the New :
r >h' ..H Itollsl- what Ibo freight charges amount <$> uluuitoiiH thu iitanatfuiH uiu ait inl- I 8"1001--8. A. Cooper, principal.\
: 1 Iowa: t: :
t )11I1tIII'IH.I' -......". to from! Starko to the same deed f.-to '! 00$0 !> D4vp bur ThiMoKMii, (I.V.. IIHiHon Allicrt [ The new school building I a

I nil tlon. I Honor Hull. of l.mUcy Si'liocilFlrnt I Fur" Hiilllvnn' Slarktf' ,, Hcolt C. A.Mulnilln.l'utch, Fret handsome brick structure located / -

I y ;"' "'. IIXDHOrK; Bradford Is primarily an agrl- Grade :Mrs. L. It. Futch Scott; AI In-it AnJoruon. on Highland avenue, would In- i
a ip! <" rl llcpi'i'ni'lit.illve. ( of theFla cultural county especially since1 I teacher Ancll Futch, Doc. Wain.wrlght. 1 KmI.awtcy, A..11.( Huiley U. PuriklnM ,leech do credit to any city. It contains

ila Plato bomber of Cum j tho hulk ot Its tlmlier has been i J.Hiooklyn. T xluarr.For ) J. f. PaitKctt, J. H.ilrlnor nn olllco and library, one on _
III' 1 I .1 cut. Throughout the ; Primmer Bonnlo A nI1p\\,.., c Jr, 11. O. JI..IIJCI'lI'ul' either Hide of the entrance hall {
.. county there I
-- Is' an excellent stand of 1'01'011.1'gl'owlh 'I John Arthur Torodo. Alvuri'X, For Kelley,: Joti. ,Johnson.J. I I... Underhill, IJrltt nnd four well lighted, well ventilated a4 + ..
ihtln' ours by tho pine much of it already BO Fourth Crude !Dire B. K.: Mc- l-'or NanUoibllt F. ..M Nornvin. ,, I.. rooms which surround
II i II! >esn't Hiiiiml,l like fur advanced that It Is producing/ Hno toucher Hazel Bennett Do-] I I. iNniioi" J. C Al\u ux.Kor the auditorium. .One of the features of the big league training season In the south was
It Bradford county CClI'IOClI// turpentine but hero generally I J I'throughout rls Burney, Kcefe Harrell. '' I ItviiIronuN., \Vnlter Cluinmuim.l> Uronn, Drawil.HitiliMh Much i Ii being done to beautify f gam* s t Tampa, Flo, which Hilly Sunday the famous ball play rrangcllst -

fo-, :-< Y' "\v t corn to tilt eastern 11I111'1(1'1"1 usual content between nature and I Schiifll, Klcharil Thoje, l.i-wlx I Fort I lliirlvy MoutUiiiln Mcltae., 1,. A. Dunully, W. hopes to have In the near future tnafiagcr of the Washington team (left). U shown with Sunday and
In '. 'frlgiMiitor curs und. iiiiiny the forest 111''sIl't to provide now i George' Arwood, Ilonald Pit's 'I \"\' t.oleniun, Klchuul. l.eo. a well equipped) playground, its Bancroft Boston pilot.
I Far liiookor, J. J. ., 12. M.I --
1\),' i llau In New York on bustin grass for grazing/ cattle. Indus-. I[ Lacy catch I J. A. Ooniiiirly.II. -
e vacation hunt paid. rerf'aur trlully the county Is dependent l'ersotutis I.. W. 1:11'KLITL
.'in,' hotels n largo price for corn upon n tow "pepper' bo," sawmills i|I I Mrs. Enoch Grim and daugh- Jl WIiHlIX. 8-ls-Ct-l-lS fhalrmunaucrcliuy. r -- ..---- -,." =-.,- ... _. -- ..rtDiO --- -
mi !1',0 cob produced in hit, cvnxi whiih work a year or two In ono ; +!4e. ... e -fcJ1* "'v'pf_" .. >: -V ": .. -_-
'' 1 .1., '. without being of It I location< then move somewhere :, I i I ='-." *,* *> .* .-*_ v : : .' I
nrd's 1 prodiners, h ave boon ut else when the small amount of !Pf:' '" J.;;;. .. ""........, .. '.'
I: 'long shipping" bus' bet'nmilo iii, Umber In the Immediate vicinity .. ...._., '; ''':'< ... '..,... _" '
Ii ( ; _. .
Tho ('corn husk and nil hid bus been cut. Starke expects re- -- .. ..- \ \ ., ,' .. .-.
: l In crates, the IIIIH'I. cut rff Hiimplloii" of ono Indutsry this year : ) ,/ :\ {;' -.... ll "':,. .
'< cloy' nt ono. end and I tin- ears whlth has been at a standstill.-I ) ,
:\ -
; < Til, HO placed that tho lopped' Time town POHHPHSBB cannery for I. i "" _..,,,,,

id Is upiieunortt. The .Idea. I'I'ollenhlf"lIlt./ The plant discontinued I,'I A \ carload of the famous Carey -' :::s. .. .. :<:'. }
i i t after loading the operations three
refrlgova- .
d i IT, In nddtlon, t,) fio I ice In ago but It was purchased recently years Shingles and Roll Roofing "The Shingle t -U ::;, fi'f':

I' aunt conii.iti-\ei\m.| | \ moro ice Ibv a business man from Canadii That Never Curls." l\ t ,

i .ccj on top of I ti! >3 'rlll"H and, who plans to re ume activities',,' )j) h'tIt
flit, the cold 1 water seepsI sometime this. year. Let us figure with you on that new roof r__. ) :1'' (

I i .irli the the cut-off crates end anti of riropplno the ;ears! ; Bradford Lain,] Is Price a county Ill II'r where, agricultural j]' before the Spring rains. If k ;, --i-------------- :-J) \\ J I I

i I it* way I tlirourh tho husk lands" are slightly higher We also handle : J) )
t.! n, > corn (Itself and Kcopi It In 'than lust year. It had nothing of lJ pe 1II .

i' t condition "rwt; !(>t mm" ,,1110 boom of 1925 but farmers Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Cement sQUABBLES r \\ "
t n 's torll1<'ll. is 0113 ot Brad- from other \
territory began
I to appreciate I Slag Lime Galvanized Iron
1 i i two big money crops end It early in 192U and, dur- Roofing 1GNT, LS Ir
,i ur-ty seems to have a mo- jig the year with the coming ntnnmennn I Nails and Builders' Hardware II -_ "/ \\ ((1//

i .y UD this pintlciilar t. fumllllos, the turnover I T G'C'..:..
Florid. li concerned !,ill) lands was considerable. More I Florida Dense Long Leaf Pine Lumber i )
T\vo nile( Money Crapes I I new people' moved Into tho county iI '..
ruwberrles provldo., the lucond I In 1920! than during the whole ot I 7 J Ihf AANI ,-, ..,
i honey crop and when St.irko i the previous five )'pnr10101'0 land j i ih! l

me'.awte when)' begin prlcos to ship usually! It 1 is>are at i: farmers U being are cultivated taking thin on poultry year, more and |i ii Jones Lumber & Supply Co. i I' I LL 'j// S (,(\/1"; D'O' .(

Bradford gets into the mar- more of them are purchasing milk STAKKE, FLA. ...-. '' .J/C\J
:, > bout the time the South Flor cows. I \ ./ I
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strawberry movement hat s i The county Is a largo producer -. ---- .
i concluded and before ship ot various fruits, as Is evidenced ,, i :
u ,, i begin from the states to tlio' I by the cstablshment of tho nr,,- j CO", 1
k II.. For" Starko and I i < '
many years serving plant nt Starke' some years ,; --= -' y.
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t.. y have been noted straw- ago. It produces ----. <-
quantities of "'= =- .1H'\
l producers. but has | I 1' i) \, -
acreage [111nl..r shell pocans, peaches, plums .. "' --" .01
In 'lecreaned in recent jears be- |1'"a1'll. Sa tan ma oranges and : CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO '. I'S TILL "" .-.I'I 'kf' ;:, .. "-.'/" "....
i of traim oitatlon costs. The grapes, and now It has taken a & .. \ ." ;
nn il strawberry acreairo beforeti leaf from the book of Okaloosa SUCCESSSpend 4f!, I:. '<\ ..f: ;J(;:"::" r

lortatlon charges began tow county's experience and Is putting I + ; (;}': \\I!' 'i't, /1.1
nut most ot tho profits ran out thousands ot blueberry plants. lour money with home concerns. Money spent wits i <'.. ... -'r5; .. t7 ( V l P. t ;
r"' i 1,200 to .. .. <)
1,000 ..
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proximity to Bradford foreign corporations never returns. Ride .. I. I
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market )
: "in -i In 1926 when the total was and with n hardsurfaced highway l Bua-Its (*rrlc e Is the equal to any competitor and a I -.J. ,/. ., !.

nn.i.. 190 acres but acreage ha<4In to that city the country la In an home concern. I ,. ./',. oJ I
increased this year by twen- envlabln position In this r,pcrt. I \ .
t> li.ii per cent and It the returnsIn \ Transportation has been theIcollnty' I .. "'-. .\ \ .
i .y a further Increase: may bu I .. principal problem from GAINESVILLE BUS CO. i -' '-- -'I!
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ii i led In 1923. At Starke l It the viewpoint of development but :

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