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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLIME FORTY-EIGHT' STARKE, FLORIDA., FRIDAY. JANPAm 1, 19:6 NUMBER TWKNTYKH.IirWishing : ; "

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ONE( KILLED, ONE MAY 'DIE Picked As Almost 100% Perfect ROCK FOR BUILDING STATE


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DEATH CAR DRIVER GONE NOW BEING DELIVERED

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Has I I', Krinsoii of Starke Dies in J'ruKVt' Ili'lweon. :Mist ill,> and High

':nmsh-iip I Mile from Baldwin Early Arrest Negro Fined; I"d"w: M.ikt'N I'murens

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Of Death Car Having LiquorIn CAl'SK: 1NCO.M: KMIC.NCK:: :

I nl St. Luke's Here. Roth WereWarned

by :Mother. ('llIlIrlll.... llutluiwu)' Mukr* Continued

Driver Likely PossessionSheriff Al'peuls! for .Mort> M.ilerial.TallaliasHee .

Jacksonville, De('. 20.-The prcmuni-

liun vt u mother became sum reality -, I I.>ei 23.: It. !.'. S.

when HUH I' llnnson, 2U yearn, uf Early: .\rro.tlh'"lh tar llruerJuck : ..s Arrest Itailro.id Kml : \\ IIILII".', cuntriulur on \prujuit Na.ii)7 .

St.irke, promising pre-medicul student likel' > l I"lu\re, l.t'int" UeMileiice utMr ; ) b'ttt'eculatllt. .uul, highlands
11, the University of Honda was fat- -.-- J. T. \\ ills.
the (;iuinesMlle..l.ii ksoiiville t'III1.Ihll.h ,
I un
in
about 1 yesterday
ill injured u. in.
iin\ille tc. .
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> ,11 \m-ht ot 1
J.i;; the
Lake \\ is state loud No. wua III
.in automobile road clash on the mile this City-side! the driver of the ititom{ "l!>iif that cult!;\ Jot1 (;runt IH'KI" railroad emploec.l state I "nmd department office, I today and
JucksunviH one
1'hiist.ma.s morn i i 1- -.1101| tu haeJaiknnville l l .lid ,,''inll I bol'ote Count\ )' .Indite l intiirnu'd 1 tlii- depart menl I hilt ho is
of Baldwin, as he was returning horn--, crushed into lUll'1' cum' the leak, of
'ii dm diner Sutiiidiiy morning havingmoiitiluno now ifi'i'iAinu rout in linger iuunlu
In u cur driven by his brother Aubrey City road. results ill the fatal injury L m R liquor in his POKSCHSIO.I, ties from the ruihoail than, fur Hume

lirmsun, 21 I, after the brothers had of Iu: 1' Brmso 20. of :tall..e'; ptvmedtcul ,iinl 1 leieived a fine\ of $:'J.r! > and 1 costs time, hums uig ul preHelit twenty ears' on

completed! their Christmas shoppinghere. student the UIIIH-I''lt' of ''M mill days/ in jail. the ground JIll btaU.nl that il: the railroads -

Florida< and the 1 iou injury of his l accident forwhich
Six hours after the ,
brother, Chal'les brey Jl'inson: 'S1 I. Lt ,4 v Pcir the unidentified! and allegedly
ill expected houri y deputies ot theoffice ..I' MiJ.. T. \\'ills, on !iiKhlh:, .street 1 this project, winch, i Iii Iliu lust.
drunk driver of the other is being
car of /Sheriff H. /tattling. it jifiir tin ,railroiul. I'pun being xi'imliid gap in this iinjtoitaal. roadl.l') the nud-
blamed, pending further investigation,
was learned lust' ,ht. +t o sW I .1 |pint' bottle of mi","iiHhiiit! was ille of "IVbruury. Thin, ia one of Ihotmcoinpleled
he died of u fractured skull! at 8t.Luk"11
An occupant' of( he .11I"a..1 m death A TC Tumid', und in mi 111'1 hl'lo'lt in.nli') .In- projects wliuli IIIIH ,'uurttidu
linn- 'a
hospital here. Aubrey U "' tnOY
cur whose, home I;' was w t faro, Judge/ (iiinliner; it is said I set glelit deal. of inxjiiv emence and dis
is tho in what
son! now at hospital isbelieved
urrestedestiTih. sherift deputies tnitli tin1 liiiior| wall pin-chased front inmforl to the traselniK puldu ami
to lie u critical condition, with
and is being I 114.I His name was Stock In Chicago a Mr-( \\'ills. A Hcurtli Wl11'1'1IIIt11" IHlud its early cuiupluliou will bu reallyweliiiinod.
concussion of the brain or a fractured Along with the International Live Exposition *
skull Buffered! in the accident. not made public. I special contest was held to find America's! most pored boy and girl. but the officers. failed In unro\rr ,

/Search For Driter. 'Identity. of the eged driver of From over 600,000 entries, Alice Burkhart, 15, of Audokon. Iowa, und any' tiuther .supply. the officers The cliuii'iiuin of the state road do-

Deputy Sheriff W. II. Casque and, the death cur was i alilinhed" by true- George Cuskaden, 14, of St. Paul, Minn., were chosen be U leging that u .....lIf.I"rllwllrl..1, \ 111-1 piiitmeut bus made'' iippfid after up-

his men arc searching for the miss ing the license an. tutor number lit i I of the impending; raid l and the I 1,1'111 for material to complete tho seveial -
the machine which'' s removed from of "shine" was lemovc-il 1 L"I Hate iiiitinmheil, I'I'uJ''ls which have
ing driver of the other car, who, it i
is alleged, stripped the license plate the cur und thl'olointo the woods I (.date.Ofritmls. I I.1. ,li.iku iietussituteii. the coiilnmed use of

from hit machine and disappeared in near 'the scene of t uccident. The I Interstate Commerce Commission in the County Judge's. uffi'u i: 1, dclouis. lie slated thai there. would
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the dark, following] the fatal collision. state comptroller's ice at Tulluhus- stated Wednesday Unit ;AL's.'rlls vi-forts
Two unidentified youths, brought see furnished this i I' ,rotation to the I t''I'oIl1'I'I.' t for Hie' HIIIIU offense several I /
Kas Itrinsoii to St. Luke's hospital sheriff's office hen Demande That New Routes Shall \" months ago but the ch+rue win I lew points, not one of whuli" would roe

in a cur after picking him up from The two JJI'III"11'I'e returning'r'lftiiiii' dropped. when" xho ugrt'i'd to heave iinre| moiu than thirty or. forty dugs\
St aim kl' and nut return. What urlnm lo imi>lt'te. llu. has hud. nu lejiorlson
the side of the read about one u'cluck to a turpentine cutup) there
in the morning. A few minutes later, the family is living, : er u Christmas'!i and Will Be Opened Immediately) will In- taken ..cither 01 bull purges I I deliveries of rock on the ,project). bu-

the driver of u Cone Trucking Corn- shopping trip in Jto'. nnville. Theirautomobile could not be learned Wi'dMosduy., twern SlIlIl'urollll"J I'eLund, whoa thaurt'utexl

puny machine came in with Aubrey was sti rv h.:) un upI I Crawford Kerch CM I'inoCliff : difficullies me encuunlered in.t."u.j
J Dec. 2$. Invoking d i .
)::1'11\1\ >011. This driver whose last name Touching car. I lias Hi" on was thrown I Washington -- Crawford; who was charged 1I1l.I
is said to bu Pellet, declared that to the ground by tae: (impact of the I "'nargonty"; p"Wi-rs. the interstateeumniere Hampton Hotel vtilh ,driving! a innlor vohitle' while in- ,I lr. )F. A, lluthawiiy, cluiiimaii, WUHadvixed

Aubrey was pinned! under the car he crush. He died, six h"irs later in a local | ,..IIIIfIl-sinn today, suspendedrate / loXKuleil. wits filled' $!.riO und COHH bv I by C. F. I.ytle, n'prusi-ntu-'

had! been driving. The automobileswere hospital of u frail'fed I .skull. L'bus. iitrrei'iiunts and muting sehedu- Judge (iiirdmcr :St; urdrmy' : /In addition tie,' fruiii Jaikrfonville, tlial permit

both of the touring type. Aubrey linnson. who I IBS been confined | Ics nn all freight) shipments to Florida Has New ti" his flame Cruwfuid: Iniiml'Lh' gnat ofrepairing hud been issued by tint Seaboard AirLine

Warned Hy :Mother to St. Luke's liot.pt, here since. the in u new uttt-mpt In relieve the ManagerMr. tho /i'mmo'x011th: bolmiKingto Railway for the shipment of

Before leaving the Brinjon turpentine accident was report l| slightly improved I, tremendous. congestion of shipments 11. ( Hitch, diiinnired, : at I ho time I the mulerinl l iiMmired' in the fiinstruu.
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camp at Fiftone, to do their final yesterday.The piled up by the stiite's dvelopoment.Action rinwfunl colliileil/ with it in front ..f Lion of the: ;M.iniileu river bridge liy

Christmas shopping' in Jacksonville! occupants of ti. other cur lire I of the commission parallelsthe and Mrs. John II Stec lc, of Tol- the. \\iiniin's) Club liuildmi Him movt'iiient of these shipments+ he

the brothers were warned by their alleged to have strippil I the license milieiil I 1110nlilOll' during the coal land ('un II., hotel i.pcmtorof sixteeneur Adam Thiniiii.x |plead l iinlly, ) strike of \I'.iJ'J! :! when ordinary. trans- \ ', took tharue mother to be careful. Their sister exponent moonshine liquor in his up
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plate from their mini ft* und disuppeared POHHI'MSIOIImill
\porlatmn schedules were thrust aside jlampton. HotelVeihie.cl.iy, and, are will bo it'cullfd that the chairman, thu
Josephine Brinson. said Aubrey replied in the durknusb fhe tag was 1 wax fined $.>U and runt-.
: tti astute! prompt mot"n\l'nt of fuel. already at work making: what changes -- -- '. -- "engineer and K:. I'. (;iiTcn, member of
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later found in ncurb'by ads, according
"Don't mother if hit > To Open New I Routes are III'U'< Ilr\' to make the hotel OIK- the state road department. inspected.
worry, ; we get to the state 4111I'.
it will be by n drunken man and I'll coinp' I' Measures adapted' / by the southern "( the flo..t' modern i in the northern Stone Mountain the work on this bridge, recently unddippotit'd
Rudy Brought tnt MJI* Sjturd.i '
of Florida.' of ; which had
mutters
get off the rand to keep out of his roads after a conference with the part ) certain
way." The body of) Rail I', rinson wall commission. lust week have failed, to Situated an it is nil u main state arisen during Us coiiHtrui-tinn. Up to .

From marks in the soft! sand boo brought to Starke Satin 1Y noon und clear up congestion qjkkly enough\ to highway n,1 the junction of two important Memorial CoinsMonday the present, this work bus been lug
side the highway it seemed that Aubrey curried to the home of hi sister, Mrs.J. nu-i't the state's' imperative needs, i railways the hotel business in ging, and the department. hud insisted

on the way home had steeredhis E. Corpening, on \\. nut street. the commission held and embargoesalone ] 'Hampton: has always thrived. During that it bt seeded'' up. It in I believed

machine sharply to the right when Funeral services were In I Sumiaj at'- have InmTcquate.\ i the ''J past year the traffic, through the that whatever delays may lake place
the other ternon at the Methodi-i '{church, the I town has been increasing steadily with morning, 2Sth inst., the from now on, will bu the. result of tho
car, coming toward Jacksonville The aim is to open up new routes nt ,
E.: N. Rook offri '. Acting special '!oin assigned to Kturke /sold material
approached. brothers'machine pastor, IIII: the near cnmpti lion of the final link l'ontrll..tor'lIliability to get
) The once, diverting traffic from the congested .
for dollars.J.
auction
us pallbearers were mutiLers of the ut fifty livered thu job.
was struck midway between Jacksonville gateway.The | on the Jacksonville road and the hotels on
the radiator and the back !seat! it ap local company Florida, :Na opal Gu.lrJ.; order issued by division 5 of the i have been filled to cnpuiity.I K.: Cnrpenmg: i Julian ,L. Peek, J. The office of I the department will
of which the deceased officer. K:, Wilson and C. M. Innuin the
w. un were
peared. Has was catapulted from his \ commission today directs that all roads I The new operators( of the Hampton be closed nt noon tomorrow for Christmas -
beat, and struck the ground on his The popularity of thc ''Ollll\\ man south of the Ohio river und east of Hotel bring/ with them the reputationof 1.bidders., They combined their bids; und will bo opened Monday morn.

head. The car overturned, pinning was shown by the hum l.se rowel the :Mississippi. move freight nlihoutregard : serving the best thicken dinners i' when it was suggested by one of them. ing.

Aubrey, who retained his grip on the attending the services, ':'lends 1 and to routing made by shippersnr I within n radius of 100 miles of their to donate the coin to the Woman'Club .
relatives from points in > her'tate's f>f Starke, and so it will bo re-
steering wheel. by carriers from which the trafficis old home town. They conic highly recommended -
The other car's left front wheel was being present. At the t aclusinn of received., or ownership of the curs. | Mrs. Steele being a state I,/
torn off. It ia ', the service, the body was iken to the Ti U. in Connec :i I John D's : t.qJl.M t.
reported that an empty : Cur ".service regulations. of the roads, ;official of the W. C.
bottle found in it. The license plate 'I undertaking parlors! of jeWitt C. are superseded insofar as they are in ticut.YO1tNGs'rElts. I The girls sellinir, the. wins, with Gram1"1

. being gone, efforts are being made to I I Jones!, where it will be r |d( pending, ; conflict with these. directions. I .- ,I help of several piitrotlc women .sponsors .

check up by means of the motor num- the outcome of his broth \ Aubrey'ii Roads are directed to disrcarcd ;; jrUN 10 sold/ nearly two hundred! coins the 55, 4l

fcer. The driver had left the scene! be- 'I injuries. j agreements or contracts with respect I HEATH IN AUTOMOHII.KTwo first half day.

fore any other car reached the spot. Aubrey lirinson Showing/ Umght Im. to division of rates! between roads. I' The premium of M cents on path
T. A. Brinson, the father of the coin to help curve the. immense
goes
provement. I Thse divisions are to be agreed upon children, nires three and four,
young men has a residence at Starke, i[ Reports! reaching Starki rhUt'>'I":> by the carriers. I >;rnndcliildren of Kelly; lH-.Su, colored everlasting memorial to llit heroes I
but the familyh81 been living for I Jefferson I Diivis, Hubert K. Leo, Hono-
noon were to the effect tl AubreyBrinson The southern roads InvolvedtheSeaboard farmer living northwest of Starke,
sometime at his turpentine camp at dirver of the cm in which Atlantic Coast Line, South | wore burned to death Tuesday when wall Jackson and theJtll'K Confed-
Fiftone.
Aubrey was formerlyoc- his brother was killed n mueto ern and Florida East Coest-will be j the Ford car in which they were playing erute dead on Stone Mountain in the
show! slight! improvement 1 It is believed required to file daily reports showing burned. With the side curtains "
business.recently he has been in the lumber unless! unlocked for omphcations number of cars diverted and the number fastened in place, the youngsters built 1 I Can you look buck upon the remnant elM+rocw

Rus was home from the set! :In, that he will w rally of cars at various points which I I a fire inside! the cur and they were i still\ living in your midst of the I
University at Gainesville! for the hof-! from unable when the Ma/e old! Southern Confederate* soldiers who
days.! the shock and comp/ ely re. the meads are Ie to move prompt to escupo got
Relatives In over, although it will be n..,y week ly. 'i j out of ,""ntroun.1\ so severely burned! i I f"llCht'dllrinll' those four years, IHfilISfio IeI

Besides nls! Jacksonville. before hit, condition will all AT him to "Tin. commission has today entered I j them that one died almost. Instantly ; and fail to contribute your part
parents, sfstcr! Josephine leave the hospital.! 1 service order No. M opening all I I after being taken ort. The second! 'Iin this .great memorial to the memory
and brother Charles up I
Aubrey, Ras 1 of their comrades who fell dead on the
Two: t'JCr..eKin Death Car Reported available freight child died; ( a few hour Inter. The
routes traffic to
is survived' on
by another
brother Emory Captured.Dispatches I I 'i m' lues wire i-xiini'iiiihccl, 1 t' for" tho"r f"i-ldi' of battle ?
Brinson. of thin city three and from the state of Kloridu. (lie
Miss Th..ll11aIljll: Queen; sisters! from Jwkson He Wednesday lonimixsion said in explaining the ac. hed the gasoline tank, but the car The whole nation, in the 'issue of this
Mrs. Evelyn und seated that one of be three tion. was badly damnged.'TallahasseeThe. c'minstnmed..To the Valour of the
J. E. Corpening, all of .Starke
three ; I negroes in the. cur wiiich; wi eked the I Soldiers of the South," recognizes!
uncles and l two aunts Dr. \V. "Congestion exists and have existed,! board, uf comniisnfoners
Brinson car wall under arrest i and was their cause and their valor
E. Brinson, of Baldwin; Dr. p. A. being held without bail. Th rsdny it fur some time past at various gateways of elate institution ii expected If you have not bought any of these!

Brinson: of Havana! Flo.; Mrs.! A. J. was reported another had bet i arrested principally Jacksonville. This I to take up at an early meeting coins, think it over and see! if you aro
Martin, of Iron City, Ga.; and Mrs. W. not only slows! the movement but I of the
the night previous, und it s known up 'definite plans for construction .lutisfiod d to refuse your part in this
S. Lloyd, of Havana, Fla. that every effort is being nm, e to apprehend results in a substantial! decrease in the I new prison! building at Raiford, authorized great memorial.Do .
Ras was! a second lieutenant In the I amount of traffic that should! : be hand session of the legislature. -
the driver of the <"i ". :News I at the special not wait fur the girls to look
National Guard. .He was well known of his capture is hourly expec 'd. led.. The order contemplates/ that the ._ you up, but find them and buy your
In Starke and tho university will I I
among > carriers route traffic via the bit in coins.! .
'tudents. Tallahassee,-Florida's cap al'a route most available to expedite its Shipments can ho handled over the Starko must not fail to sell! its a.a
The body accompanied by relatives: in the grip of an icy blast to, ly. The movement and prevent congestion/ up I Southern railway to Adel. continuing I quota.

will be taken to Starke at 10:5: : this thermometer dropped to a minimum of to the reasonable limitations. of such I southward over the Georgia railroadand I Florida Is now reported ahead of all I

''Horning. Funeral services! will be :20! depress, according to the eading I routes. This action should aterially the Atlantic Coast Line I I states In sale! of coins. Help keep it

Md in the Methodist church there of W. H. Markham, local ot>ierver'l relieve' the Jacksonville gateway and i Others: will be routed Into Hampton :, ahead, and help our own city do its Each year Yale University gives

tomorrow afternoon at :3 o'clock. While there were no figures a\ uluble increase and expedite the flow of traf. Florida and Augusta, Ga., and then part. n scholarship to the student. ntte dIng --

Interment will) be in the family plot here to ascertain! whether or ot a fic into and from the state of Florida. transferred to other roads under rate C. L. Peek, Chairman. financial _h.tance. John Rot
'>' Crosby cemetery. Arrangements I record for this time of the year had I Many short lines! will be utilized in agreements. and shipping directions. Prentice woo It. He In the frranj.

I here were in charge of the Marcus Co- been reached, the observer! stated! it diverting shipments it was explainedby The roads have tended to concentrate Lake Worth--Sanitary sewer being son of John D. Rockefeller and '''i

"ant Company ,? was "unusualy I cold." a commission official tonight i shipments through Jacksonville alone. installed. in Seventeenth' Street. --..... nrg!! as telephone- operator .,


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hut, perhaps then they with a faint ATI.A'oi'flCSTAL: IIICII.: its way palm ward dur ng the next residence- many other kings of Industry -
GREEN smile afterwards would say-'Suffi- WAY NOW< OI'EN FROM three months antI finance
chant unto the day is the evil thereof :MAINE: TO :MIAMI: Eventually the Con ul Highway
i "If my amendment .IH rejected\ 11 will not end at Miami. Florida, but Daytona, Seabreeze and OrmonJ,
SECOND DISTRICT SPEAKSIN I have others whuh J shall offer. among Automobile Tourists Southward Bound will bend around in a graceful curve !lying/ within a few miles of ench other,

,, which will be one attempting to .strikei 'I 'IhiM Season Will Find Gap of over the Connors Hiyimay und Tu- /recently combined themselves into one

i I out the entire etlutu tax provision. of I Koads :Now' Smooth New< miami trail through m' Everglades, municipality which has taken the

HOUSE ON WEDNESDAY;I the bill. I' lIijhway.lilliunK: Spent on und to the west coast Thence it will I name of Daytona lieach. It is on Day-
I "And may I Buy to the gentlemenon This Work In l'J2.: join the Gulf Coastal Highway und I tonu Beach where the woild's\ speed

my left 'the Hi-publicans' that the : ( My Sam Ellis.) proceed up the west > ....t to Pensa- I I records for automotive vehicles were
-- President of the United States hm cola first manufactured.
the metropolis ul western
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nr giimi' to contribute to any MU( tvranmcal I The Atlantic Coastal Highway,
Initluilln of Congress tnd"rlakinltH"III'III taIled the Congress to protectthe ida und the terminus. -it ""
legislation. ,, upon :Maine to :Miami, Florida, now virtually thp 10'101'-1 After pushing/ through New Smyinu -
of "I'loriil.i rights of the Kovcrign state, und lines southern brunch This hi
I Constitution You rentlemen seem to have (ho'wrong I, completed great: ribbon of highway where the Atlantic Coastal High
inipHxjon of the state ofl'Ioi'iuIa. I I i has udmomshc'd you' that local self- : which threads the Atlantic xtur- will join with the Old! I Spanish way is swept by ocean breezes untilit
A\m-\m'oi'l': ; : :
OI-ThKS : When before this government should be fnstvreii, ; andnnoy at I'ensucola. ; reaches Miami i, the tourist is well
you' come i I i hoard us does thu Pacific Coast high.wily
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'IAKKIU'CIION: : HIM.igorously great national! 1 assembly. and with I say) to you j>n my right, 'the I Seattle to San Diego anti Tl.i Another extension w II be the highi i i into the Dliiu: Goose, or Indian River,

\ I)<'fends Male and Tellsi'lillrauiM'N \ vile oaths denounce my people and, 'I Democrats' that when I Iluok into your .j itI 01*, way over the keys fl"111' :Miami\ to Key I I country, from where comes the famous
their laws anti the provision of their fifes my chest. heaves with pride und I This early completion of the Atlantic West. Another yeui. will see woik Blue Goose orange/ the pineapple, find
; of Us (ir'uln"M" I I I""my heart throbs with content, when I started!
utmost kind of vegetable and
constitution anal further in your un- i Highway is due. in a great I every
Washington, U.,.". UO. .-Full text of just ,nnd. unfair criticism undertaketo ,' realize that you are! sons of the worthy I measure, to the unusual ",,\,elivpmentin While the upper 'id' of the! Atlantic fruit.

the speech di'live-rod) in the !House last foster this unfair impression and '' sires who believed in the! principals of ,j j'Stale Florida, : during the last two years, Coastal llighviy pusses thru I Melbourne is equivalent between
Wednesday( b.v Keprpscntntivi'H Robert one "f you at least say I that Florida : rights and I 1..lIethe slime I that commonwealth living up to her the territory which aide the first Jucksonvilu und :Miami, because of this
A. Green of Ilicsecond J-loridu district is composed of tux-dodgors, juz -tippers spunk of p:ttno'.i
whoso Hubji'ct was "Thu I Inipjities nnd* bootleggers, I want to ask to flame in their hearts will now exert -1 more than $10,000.000 on this ut Salem, si aid old I I". (ton., N..w01'1;, Atlantic Coast terminus of the cross
Undertuk- do tulie\i that the renowned itself in your tution. They never ; Washington, Fredei. i iu' k"burIIn,1 the und .furnishes
( of the Congress in you* )(lU (I : highway during/ 125. Practically nil state highway from Tampa -
inc/ to '1 Ucpeul thu Constitution cif the Krlison:< the financial wmrnl Henry undertook tUO' vamp the issue of state of the Florida portion of this new cities made promimi"; I in the war be. a junction point for those who

Stale of J''Ioiidu." )\11'. drc-en, who j iH Ford* thu enterprising liaron (Collier rights, bill they originated ami stood coastal. highway is now ready for the tween the States, it I(1i4, nothing to of- wish to 1"11the Coastal Highwayfor
.
S always cloipjrnt und forceful spokois ) the noted-.Villiam Jennings Bryan' and for thu principals of state lights unJ j jI army of sun-hunters which will wend (cur of more historic \ lut> than Florida points' on the West. Coast
follows: noted\ ,' writers of the nation und many i'*all on you to now und here stand i Duvnl county, of which Jaikxoiiille ,f Long before he reaches Stuait tho
'III whom World l has called;" with nil in the defense of the! rights I Ij i the d' the
"Ar'lIt writi-r once said- others the \ is l seat K" gateway to motorist will sight the lighthouse at
blows lh.. wind that profits noliocjv.' great and still cull greatdo joulie- !j of our Soverign _State : the South, has just pent $2,000,000 on Jupiter and find the highway taking

I believe, that rouM he better substituted lir>ve thut they are tax-dodgers, jazz- j I CAL.AIS its I roads, is spendn,;' another appropriation I him up and down ci.ile UII the \egeta

by the clause:) 'III faien. the nution tippers a rid boot-leggers ? Sir, your About of $1,500,0)I ) ('. a nil! is considering tin changes* from semi-tropical to(
when thru is an u He nipt to violate cmleinm in unfounded unjust and i your : bonding I i itsell for STiO.OOO.OOO() ) tropical. Crossing Jupiter Inlet the

the CoiiHtitutlon and to declare the in your l'ovlutIIvlneJlll!, 1 believe you I I'will more. The Atl.mti\ Coastal* Highway scenery becomes labors and more pleasing -
null mid void the Constitution. of nsoverign regret having. criticized, our distinguished Health will have an option, ul! loute through und "> *more miles of it carries
Klcio.' I will May in support) citizenry in this manner.! :i I II Iu\al county will the completion of the cur into West Palm Beach. West

of the amendment which I have just. Would, you cull these leading business the pioposed ooceal.iuitj highway/ from I'ulm Beach and Palm Bench are separated -

offered, said amendment purpoiting men and financial magnates fools because I Things You Should Know I JacksoiiMlle bPII"tn/ the St. Johns ( by Lake Worth, a body of writer

tu give tho State of Forida its lights they? if" to a field,I which m light,/ I county Ii no. Thi- highway allows surioumleil almost entirely by

,guaranteed by th<> Constitution of the for investment* *! ? You have loritotle'i I travel on the oci'.m bench/ for thirty parks, lagoons. und hostelrie'a. The win-
United States, tmid Constitution HII.Ving that the stale of Florida, has nearh' i miles. It nffopU I Southbound tourists ter tourist. traveling in search of
that 'HeprcBcntation and.( taxation one und one-half* million people, I 1,200() I II their first M'ortunity' to drive pleasure will be in the center of nc-

(should ho apportioned among the sev- nules of seacoast, I 0(100( miles. of iiv- upon II beach whu, h ut low tide is more ':: tiv li's here

frul status.' An! till bill stands with ,'r and 'lake frontuge, :20,000,000! acres I i I than TOD) feet wid< Jucksonxille is the I'I'vm"t 1'ulm 'Beach on downto
usable land and that her lumber in- first point at which i Is given
out this imtcndnit'iit it would compelYny of I, access :Miami\ tourists. on the Atlantic
sovcrign State, the threat state of dustiy together with the naval stores J51lr4T Nf c.-:1. to the only beiu h of its kind in the Coastal Highway find themselves! traveling -

Koridu to return to the Federal Tieasn industry yields. about $00,000,000; an. : ,by John J Joseph Ualnei, M. D .world. through a series of small towns.
ry Hit per cent more estate tax than luiully; the ,phosphate $:.21,000,000:! ) () annually I Then the Con-tid Highway enters I \Dude county, nt the extremity of the

any olht Noveriirn, "tlll('. According ; the i industries about $lf'UIIO-, ) DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS into the land of Ponce Hu i Leon und, i I Atlantic Coastal Highway, is one of
:
to the returns on estate! taxation ((101)( annually; fruit crops $;)OOUoOUO( ; approaching St. Augustine, passes | tho chief contributors to good; roads

.file.1: from January 1, I''JI'!':! I'a to December 0 annually; truck crops $23,01)0,000: annuully | Kidney are remarkably f.... I what is advertised, us the "Fountain I in Florida, having spent $1,210,000

:ill/ 1 I\1ZI\) I, !?,:iH:] estates were subject niunufuctured products $15tl-I from sensory nerves, hence are not I of Youth.' It 'is about ut this point i, during. tho lust year.

to tux anil paId taxes, said taxes ( ,( and that her total i income from j sensible to pain If you have a where the Spanish explorer landed on I Although the Atlantic Coastal highway -

amounting/ tit Wi..iuo.ino.\ ; ( It l in true all sources amounts to about $5,000- backache therefore, do not Insist \ |' the Peninsula. A little further on the will be the main thoroughfare of
one-fourth (OOO.ooo annually that one city of less :'Coastal, Highw.n the historic
leas than ; pusses
that my stub paid' that "kidnejs must be afTecteil i the east const of Florida, there ore
of one of these millions; it is true than I 100,01)0( ) ( () population m the month your gates/ of St. Augustine, swings' to the 1 many lateral roads which provide for
that Now York state paid inure than of ,I oily List issued building ,pel mils und do not be alarmed if your I left, and the toiinst" finds himself gal- side trips' from the main highway"
of $8,1)00,000) ( thut one of her neighbor, tells you that you are get ing Ft. Mirion the oldest fort
$211,11(10,11I1110! ( ( ) ( ); I I'enrmjlvaniu i more than over ; upon One of these junction points is Jack.
)banks ill thu same city gained $11- ting lirifht'a, Di ea.le. The chief in America Tim stronghold
was com.
$3flooIl; ) (>(): New Jersey more than $ >, sonville, where the Old Spanish Trail
OOIlUIIO() !Mussathuscttes almost $5-! 'lJOUOO) ) in less than twelve months; thing I wish my reader to remember pleted by the :Spanish:, in about I 1750. | may be token to the western part of
; '
000,000.() ( These last. four state enumerated :'whuli was 1700( per' cent, a woildrecoid Is, that kidney diseases of !e- \---'l !' A distinction "of Ft. :Marion is that it the stnte. This Trail extends. nil the
; that she has 10,000 miles of never was tuk*-n by an In St. |
paid mure th.in half I of the liou.s nature muy exist, without a enemy. WilY to I'ensacola in Florida and, on to
good roads and expends ''probably Augustine III- found the oldest
retmned the, Federal trace of backache- ver. One thing '04 IC i ii i i New Orleans,
total amount to $I 9(111S)0(}( ( ) annually I I upon her roads. I i house in the Liiud, States. .
Treasury. Assuming that the mount 'Ihut .she spends $I.'),000,0(10( annually 1 have observed. finding it true always < doing into I ligler county the Coastal -I -- ---

of estate tax paid to the tlPv<'I'ul slates on thi- education. of her youth besides j !is this: Tile indlvtdiinl who X Highway tool was cijuiil I to the iiaiount )paid by them her school' buildings. 'Ihese things/ 'I Iii compelled to rl e ut night moro one of the finist, roads in the state, :' The Quinine That Docs N'ot Affect The -.es4Bi't'aus'

to the Federal Tivusury. through the \oii seem to ..o\erlook and nit oty of fian twlco had letter' consult Ms and through: ,th. ) first densely growing rue g IIROMO cf Ins OlIIMM toni.find'; (liil.l.n lixntivo) rnn erect I b.LAXA taken

i'Ydc-iul KsUile; tux, then If tins bill you would try to adhete to your once* Ilhdclnn! about his kidneys. Meat T KEYWEST' I ''semi-tropicul 'cgetatioaipassing, the by enviinn without. cnusiuit nrrvnuHntssor rInging
{jyU" IccTssJ w too hcad L.V':; .CKOLS; bus
uiimturi.ua Jtter
should l'all'y thu i provision which it erroneous, I impression that Floi idaprodufd I lad run diseases that I ha\o mrt.havo home of John [). Rockefeller, und the |

cent i i lacae e..- nothing i except 1I1Ii' lItol'" and .. .... .. .
now haS 0I"i ou jici high! blood. pressures,-hti ''e --- --- -- -- -- .- -- -- .. .. -----,---
lutes Wet, ircoiieo II.IIK LU llio! stabLe, 1 nigger babies. Now --oily fellow. members ,
all blood
of tlie committee, it la. the ('UII-I m high pressure cases, ____ ..
tutu >ou can ic'uUil}' eo Hull less should be ____-a__ - S .0- ._ 00
liinillliotie stitution of this state that this tho kidneys carefully 1
tiian "?bOUU,00'1)0 Sea.t wuuld repeal. I looked after by a capable examiner. LOOKING_BACK AT I 1923 Rv A B CHAPIN' !
eilc'Li) iieasur) _
SU.IA.S m me 1 "Your fight seems. to be either repeal One of the most painful alfec-! =- --
I* lot ma WOUKI. "biul bo seiuiJIIK .
oSiivI cots. our Constitution or coerce COI1Cr"lIt lions known to man i.s "gravel" or y'i i
; Her IOU per cent lo vvusmiiflonJ | peoplu into amending their Constitution / XvM\ \ ,'llJ,
which 1 renal calculus. Cut the offender Is I'L ''; ''.,'
am sure thai smaller states order to suit views>lI & ? >
in your the
1
in when is >
never kidney pain .. -' / vu I J *<
lw\e j jumped on the band wagon, with I I and I will i )put you on notice here and caused. The gravely: crystals formin / : ,): / : Ai A't .4 .S\ '
these great .states, almost empires now, that t the! O'.ltli; l Congiess and 1 no | l _
the funnel like cavity at the (
aware ut will,1" be able to1 '
within themselves are not other Congress' : 5a.r.yu .j
the reach of these vicious.. provisions in impel[ tlu) ,ciluonti of. my fair i state, '! point where drainage starts from _

the bill. For instance, taking the to amend. their constitution i anal have tho klllnp)'. If they are washed ** f ( .44' '
>
stale of New York now paying more state! inheritance tux law 1I11"1>tL'II. I If down this small canal, the rough; i A 1j
concretion produce agonizing pain,
c-
than $20,111)0,001)) )( reduce' that 80 'uer! we desiie to amend our Constitution i iund I the :
requiring' most powerful agencies -
( levy u state inheritance tux, it
cent mid she will pay approximately !I II'.rJ'J at our commiuid to relieve it, I
) less assuming however, could not be done earlier than April
; the
$10,000,01)0( and if complicated, even surgeon '-
that her returns in the state will be I ( !' but you may forget, the time and may be needed to save life! S

the name as 11)'.! I returns. Then the the place, because Florida never will Indolent or sedentary habits Ii 'OCENT SVST_ rILcrlfT5 Bc'O ), -

'$I 1,1100,000( ) is the! amount she will Demi levy u state inheritance tux, ami 'permit tend to produce stagnation always, 5413' As us"...... "" ?: '_:'\i", v : .: :. ;
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to (lie Federal Treasu.-y. No won her me to remind you that Florida has an t stone In tho renal passages is ._ -or ::"' >. GooD_ --i; -
< ,(
I ''ea )0V4tS"
how she and the ot'.ier: three states a debt free JCO\t'1'l1l11ent. You are un- a result of stagnation. Drinking r ;- 4;; fo1. : 1,
; ;
mentioned, together with u few of the dertiiking to coerce us into passing : plenty of wholesome water is al- 45t'r0 :7 ;;S: -', aerst tr
states are making this Ins to meet your views, but in turn wnyn a preventative of stagnation\ = / .-f.--- i II,
band ;: I
wagon : 1
terrific fight to get; the 80 per lent >ou are going to get repealed) the Federal In mf'lt; Of the channels of elimination :) ,''I
credit* for their stales. Under Jour estate law. I predict sir, the' and! Is hence a potent\ factor 'u4i '. $)r. I e4a.
Federal (.Sovernment: will retire from iu maintaining good health. r.' ;.
new arrangement., New York with approximately | -- -- ._ ., ----- -" ... EN'ZJ
hundred times the this field. of taxation in less than four *" .
one Florida und the .sooner it does, the sooner j Hard"WorkeTCode ; \- ; .--S., I,
wealth or the! state of t year r A _., ,, I I1TJc .
tunes the population of the state of Florida will receive her rights ..""'.
Florida will pay only 8 to U times the "I believe Alabama suffers ubout :

amount of the Federal Instate: tax the sume injury us* Florida suffers in ,. :
paid by the state of Florida.; These this. only not quite| so great. I)10 you ..:-:

other !great states will pay in proportion remember I hilt Alabama contributed MAc A Pazu Ys qe <5a4E5otDoA; .. U.S.or
of course."The the outstanding hero of the :Spanish:' VISM're-a.I 031. MITCKu. Cars _
result! then will be that in the American war-Captain Holismand L_ IT IM TM sectS

future, instead of the Federal l.ovirnment : also. would you remember that Flor- I -

collecting; nearly tii,000JOUO! 1 blat has contributed one of the largest II '::::: ;: 4'.iOteThE MISINl )

through the estate tux medium, she heroes to humanity, in the person I .f' -I.
) of Dr. Gorrie who invented the method Y nSCKlATOq LA fOUT1 MlLkWM' )jEKJNIMr.-i. BRV..N.. 4 j
ubout $14,01)0,000; ,
will collect only ''\::, LADO TUOIV1AS R MARSHALL _
tiN of artificial ice making T't e"
then do you mean to tell me that I 0 t Mt OORVIICKAMLTEn CAMPVISITATION c
htnte of Florida and her constitution "You have forgotten apparently, S"5''IC5'Q' ;rs NE..ON1I1.1i9 ARoCA la,
should be bartered and bought for tho that when the great war cloud overhung \ "" "RRIN STONI .. v wA."Ca

paltry sum of $13,000,000.: I If you do our nation and the partiotic ,: ..... 1''I- CaRTskt4rYaew5cs PWGEaCLCaAMDR4,
the Constitution of the! state sons from every corner of'the forty- ::-...--.c -
..
scrap eight called defend the .s._..,_ -.mal"
states
later these same were to
Florida or
of sooner
,
ISt4AMC SAM ..
u.tLi G'5" usT '&
"
. vastly wealthy states will be founil1scrappinoc ,, \lIll'rl"11I1 flag, which shall forever : CCQPES TRIA.. COMU TC as, esoprt.
the Constitution of the wave free, thut Florida also, took her : ;

state which has lesser power port inthis, and that Florida mothers I /L :' '
and lesser financial. bearing thur they went to the station with their sons, STOCatS

Jiave. Louisiana and other states ginning n flower on their uniforms, It -1

which have their tobacco tax, tho tur- kissed their fiery cheeks-with n smile "

Iou small states which have their gasoline on their lips and a, pain in their .,

tax and the various other state hearts, And sent them to be buriedin I.'.....,.".,..... ..." ... ._ JJI.
taxes which now repay our state treii. Flanders Fields, and suppose that ," ''' -T'w;

nuries, will soon be confiscated. Their these sturdy sons of Florida could! I ...o ..... .

constitutions scrapped and them doing swing buck tho portals. of glory and I ..\ ":,\t... 'v 'l4 ; : r'\

homage to the irreut, financial'.interest ,, with their buttle scarred faces peer .,,.-. t'! :.. ..
.
) of, the fmw>fful" hnj'gtrong tutes? down upon this assembly antI see you ":)
The precedent: that you are undertaking about to scrap the Constitution of I
to establish to day is 30 far icuch- their native state und in so doing, LOaaI rf _. I
will face a chaotic violate the Constitution which they .
that
republic
lag our rhc. > their life's blood lIet..nI-1 I believe .,.. ':'T _
d to -J ;j"I
condition and so long us tho powerful I (from Fort Worth, I :a-&.
states wreak their revenge and that they, with loneliness and Texas, has plowed, her Bell County 1//

vent their spleen upon tho weaker pain in their hearts would exclaim in {arm for four years making a liv. I II T't4&. "PIR"'T&S COPPeD OF A S'fAQTL.11IIGCOM&T WEStT. W'T0It- AN
tales taking from them their rights the vermicular of the Holy Writ: The I IIP 'or six member of her family. I It ,....._'!: :::: "! I.IRfiI 4I."IT/t CORD

and constitution, our nation is tlestiif- foxes have their holes, the fowls of T Hat her young brothers and --, C ." ,,e "- .- 4-'r.r'-
ed to crumble. I cannot believe that the air have their nests, but the son t are provided for she IsVOIMIUT -- '- ----a--- -

by :your action here today that you of man hath no where to lay his head.' \ ,- 'her way .thru Baylor Col-


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JANUARY !. 1928
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BKAIlKOim COrXTY TELEORAI'II.: STARKE. FLORID .
PAGE; THREE
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1I 1- Mount[ l IoraLarfro addition. being Plies Cured In to 14 D-:;. 1.--------------1, - ---- -

I built l.Ialonl': Realty Company's office \
KltLtD
1 Druggitt rotund inonrv if PALO/ OINTMFNTfallii I IM I
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs budding.Leesbin tu cure Itt'hmk, Illlntl llliviltnil nr PnMnidiml MINUTI* ml
IMIra. !tIieantq rrlkr. ItrhUm PHr. '
and voa Nice
J 1 Itch
I'eliininuiy plans completed I van art rtfittu) sleep. alter trot appltcatloo. Awe. Acre Home : SITICIDcron

for elei.rmg waters of Haines *o CT.

r. Live State NewsTOLD I Creek. SHIVER I II II II,I' 18# Lots, Good House I Prom SITIOIOB CO., C.mmere, CU.

Tarpon Sprii gs-Plans approved forconstructing MITCHELL'S DRUG) Sl'OHB
hat hing and recreation Pecrees Paris

pier at end of Gulf road.!
I I $1650 Terms Box 44/ Colds Cause O rip anti Influenza

BY OUR EXCHANGES I II Zephjrhills-City council lets improvement I I LAXATIVE BKUMO QUININE Tablets. remove

contracts totaling,( $1S5- I I the cauna. There la only one "Bromo QuIDI..."
I I 000. I Owner Needs Money E. W. GROVE S inn "lr' OD bot. 30o.ITse .

'_ I 1 I .1
, :'w1iami-Three unidentified sailors golf Instl' lIe complimented St. Lynn Htt\en-City votes on $170- I _<.I the Telegraph Want AdKATTKRY <-

reported drowned in midday _bay Petel'shurJ. specially, on its fine 000 bond issue for public improve- I -
were which caused damage American glen home. :'<11'. Duwis> ; ments. II'I II
i front fire here $25,000 to shipping leaves ton, for rllshing-ton. -..-.----'--________,_._.__._._'_._ _..;.

I of approximately causeway. Tampa-Florida' Palace for SC8<1ai- itr ,
I along wharves south of the liIl111l--I a t.'h'I.'I'1I11to: Joe Kelley Cenlenniul Ktposition in Philadelphia, I Ii' r CHARGING !So

I Miami_Miami has been selected as publicly mllnaC"I' fur the city of I,I will cost :$.">IHOOI). .

terminus for the Fokker airplane Ilollywutd 'II"." Ruth famous bll..e.. =o- oeo
the I bllll slugger .. T"mpu-.l1l1:! hands within _
I which is scheduled to begin iIi. alrr'd to tome to acres oQo.Guaranteed
service out of New York to this llollywuo,l ) dir, r athletic e\ elate' city limits purchased' by New York invest t
daily: trips 1. I during tat. titer >l'a..n. III'I Ill t or for 53.ltH,00U.SharingI:; ) I.-, j ,,,..'. Hours
city on January w, k t 8 Service and
.
leave his hte, 1l1IlI'clal..ly, and will <: / ,
Augustine. Charles Patrick ', take up hi. utie in Hollywood short, I louse construction. being : ;((11't'
:St.:, I Service
rushed in :
:
Englewood Pink and
:Se- f
Tn. died on a :' SatisfactionSterns
after the I t"
Burn of the
GiJtelof Wilkes :?ar, according to I
bring: Summit. Q I I1 M
Miami '
train while mroute here from ni'gogution 'hich 1,11.-I :' claims lath : \1 ;(' u- I

where he had been visiting relatives, has signed,! .. '1'iamp.tAtlantic Coast Line Railway : : I Garage
--- :
and was homeward bound. i. ; .-. -.. S I plan to construct fl-mile link f 1:1 '

Tullahamwe--Will S. Harrison sent I'LOini WEEKLY [NI>UH. ,I between Mi'iiticello-\ and IV-iry. [u.--; J -Ht. : Agents; EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

up from Bradford, county, 1'Jt'J\ for 18 TIVL IU:\ IEW .1 I "'nrn"otCulIstl'ul'li"n of 2.r new : ( 1' ,, j' '.:._.._.._,_._.._.__. _.._n_. _..__,_. _. _.._._'_.._'_n_. _,_
month for uidinjr prisoners 'to e S !I dwelling 1 in lick View Teruee will !: ,i i tV. ) -

escape fled froru Road Camp No. -7ui'i'OTiliny I Winter II.,-'I1-\.ak\ Alfred Hotel) i I ge undo way in January. 1 1> jtr ,.
received at the i I '' : ..,.. .. ... ,
to n notice being: i-nlargi at ci.-t. of $75,000. ';ii '4 I 'Id ---asS ---- ----
Sjrnsotu-New store and office :H" "
bureau. <
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state prison !I Ocala" -X,.\ ;;;;ein, Seaboard Oil! building" to be erected on Ringling 1. '' 1-- '
: I
Ituck was alm >tinstantly Biul 'vatd.Winter I. 11{ <" t Tin; SlITtll"'N MINI 1 1 s 'I i -U'! ( "!
:tiuml-William Company loiii-il here. . .
Dixie 'St \ --- -- n --- --- --
killed today un the .. : A '. I I '.
1 '
I Hiyhwuy at Little River near here, Winter (llaMC'itv parks to be improved Haven-Local facilities of '.',.t\W, ',,.' !:] J P

when a laundry truck driven by Lawrence '', in tie if $ I0.0O11). Teniimulur Telephone Company to be : } t
17, struck Mm. tuck extensively improved.elhryhillsAmerican. f > '
Jacobson had resided, at Little River. I Oala-:Mamcounty} : to vote on ,. \\ 1'i" A work
recently %
$l'iSOiMrtl: ; ) nwhund. isuo.l Stale Bank day's on

Fort l\I'l'rs-Thi'vt's entered the 'lad $:.T i >5.i,! !) 1 on deposit Xu20, l._..._. .. :. '
Baptist church, hero and stole $1 i d, l uytonaV-i to In jm ut mire o.,i irurl.v:- SO (per cent over saute date a c.-- -J-- tt
first
collection taken at now armor UJing. :sear ago.ituie .
representing' the If the daughters of Kvt- follo'a..l1ion'i \\ the Southern :
the last Sunday night service. Ap. l Iny lons 1I"'I i4-l'Yee mail
in deliveryservice ('ily--Utihli Co. rebuilding latest extreme they nil,I,
proximately $128 which overlooked.was kept I inuugu'ed. :..lues :>nd) practically replacing entire he a little chilly, for the ..murtctin r

n pasteboard: box was jstem' tu care for four times undprthmgn for mndanioiselle
1 I Fort Pierci tJ present When railroad extends for 1
'ity votes $ 1.r.uO i> u system
this winter the "lirciith of Ruses
returning inpulatiun.Lukel.ind' is I Ie
he was .
Tampa-While bond issue fmirfuus. improvement-
8.00(1 miles eleven states und employs -
across
bread!
loaves of _
home tonight with two I ,
all he had to kucwt' a family of six from I I Tampa-:Ne\,U2.: :>,UOU jail building louse und- New swimming clubhouse pool, garden'r's to be -Use he Telegraiilinnt) Ads- 60,01)0) workers, it does a big day's .

starving, Norris Beckley, 00, was will be complet l. by February first. !otiMmited" ut Lake Parker Yacht' work.

struck by an unidentified l automobile I ferry-Plunto be discussed f"l'I Club. Gas Makes People

and almost instantly killed. | erection of proicd $2U.: ;,000() hotel. ------.- Here are the figures" of an average/ dayon
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Tampa-Opening of the SeaboardAir I Nervous and Restless the Southern Railway System:

Line railroad tracks from Brook I Uurtow: -Onkctty Guano Com CATARRHAL DEAFNESS jus pressure: in th<>' 'JI..lolI..n. rmi1cs -

villc to Inverness today will have an pany's plant toive new addition. a rentloss.. nervous' fetlrlg, and Trains operated' 1,2 it'

effect practically of. a double track ,i Panama CitDIans prepared fur of la often the. mu.rauncil ou4. limit l lo' m. ; .InlVin.od.f the. KuHtaclitunTub. : condition, |proyents ,sleep. Adlorika, 1''mUVI' gas lisr.cnncrs!: carried 50,0OCarloads

from Waldo< to Tampa Seaboard officials I new Hotel! Sherr,.' .). then tins tul. Inllaim-ii you in TEN minutes and bmg nil surprising '
said. I I ITILllahulIseeTt nol11.. rumbling lint or Imp.*rfecItentinff. : amount of old trust' matter of freight loaded' on
.
I Tallahassee: "Florida br Unless the, Inllammatlon- cur :von never thought was in our lines and received from
I paper r ri'ducoil your h iI ig may be de your iystt'in.
;; board; of commissioners | :Morning' State," iced in circulation. a'rq.'d! fun C ttl This exc\.lltnt inti'slinal rvaeuant other railroads R.000I

of state institutions is expected :! '! \I.t:s CATARRH MEDICINE will ,is. wonderful for constipation or allied I Ton-miles
I II ( do what wo claim for It-rid )lour system produced 32.OOO.OOO
to take up at an early meeting Ilaines City tiding. permits forNoventher of Catarrh or l t-nfruHs. Caused by stomach trouble1. Don't waste
construction of the i I total.f275,102.: Cat irrh. IIALL'1iITAHltiI MKUICINI3 Tons of coal burned In locomotives -
for
.
definite plans I limo with pills or tablets but Jt''LIn
hag been vucccHBful In the treatment of
I4.00OWages
buildings at Kaiford. authorized i Catarrh for :. all
new prison ;; work over Forty Yeurv. \L Adlvriku action. Sold by
of the leg-i I I Panama City-instruction Said by all drugKlsm
the special session paid $220,000
duiggist.
at
: (
throughout city .ceeiling fast. V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ck
islature. I -- Materials purchased $1 I 15,000
I
airplao-i1 I Tallahasseeurvoy' to be mud.
Tampa One of the four
of Polk county. I II r.I It takes and and
now flying from.Ford airport to Florida management iscipline, .
I YOU MAY 1JAVKPELLAGRA
is expected, to arrive here Thurs I Indian IJotks new burnt to hi I I a fine spirit of cooperation throughout I

day morning, according to official of > elected near Indi,Rocks Inn.I I the organization, to do this work day
the Florida Airways Corporation. The I I I i
other planes will proceed to :'
was said. I ling program uiuli. ay. service that the South expects from
i I AND NOT KNOW 1'1'IUU.
j Sarnsota-U-sti, i arcade built. the Southern.SOUTHERN .
Kaulston !
Clenrwater-Judge John T. ,,," "I"-\I'.n... I
erected i 1illl" I .. ........... .
Scopes evolution I II will be : '" xectnm atumai h 1..u..I. d. .. .1..1.nllt. :
presiding judge at the ( .
B.*aM of .... burning f. ., rowMflpatlon -
trial last June, arrived hero by automobile brown .>r ronttlt akin I
Plai for l but i ii
j Kis.siinniee ironing I
by his I tliiiclln ...n.......... aniinhrrfnic. I SOUTNtAES
yesterday, accompanied i Bag new county h. al near her | ....n.. dlarrhorn. lows or cleric." Items I 4t
family to spend the Christmas holidays :1 ___ CIa ...1....... illvxlnrVon .. 0. atetmning h. I
with his moth r-In-Inw, :Mrs. Amy Pasco county is 'ucing 1,11"11, head. general, wruknraa .I'h lose of ,

Davis. I new road with a. 'tic niixtin.j -I energy, do not hate all thi...* artnpfnm 1
In the hrulnnliiK, but If v.in
Green Cove Springs-The $315,000 I j Odessa" to get $JK)0 muting pn-l" I EditorNatat/ Through aparlal ..r.n..nt h..* any. ..( them .> lit' M\V II % V I'l. I
( with" Tha Educational. Book Co 1-KI.I.AI.II. '!. 1" 11:11..hoL..I.: .
bonds of l road and bridge district tare studio. ... .... olllwplnln. SOJ
special| N. Y., this ""P.pn now olf. Its .d.I "TIIH STUNS" 4,1" 1 r:Ll.ti.ltt.
I
No. 4 of Clay county were offered i I "" I Irs this iBtarmtlng ft...... "QUI ,", bclnit My trrntmrnt differ: from THE
Luke Worth-Sorry sewer hem, txtracta from that book endorsed bjr Eu. Nil ..."...... unit l. il.r.rd by 11
for sale and two bids were received ..... .
gene C. Olbi sy. Dlractor of Kxtaniton Aetlvltla I .nllh 1I..n..n' phy.lrlnnsand
offering nearly S)5.i0! and 03.': installed in Seventc, Street. *. Now' York Board of )Uoeaton.Th hundred oho ha.. then thetreatments .
puaxlaa will bajooiul InUllaetiml aa Wrlta for .lur.<'....1.
Both bids contemplated provision for Clermont-City iu.-l40.000' bond issue i'M lonrnotlT. C* nod KllKB: Dlnnnirvla.

the accured1 interest. for constructioi. town hall Puzle No. 28Find W.C.ROUNTRCE.M.D.TEXAMKANA. RAILWAY SYSTEM

BrooksvilleN.. Brass, Ilernan- Fort :1l'niColl, t awarded I
do county deputy sheriff Is dead, and the correct -
erection of proposed Terrace.PalmettoFuller 49 .. .
another is in a - ----- -
J. W. Crumb, deputy, names of
precncrious condition from underter- -e building fCl S

mined resulting from an automobile be remodeled into h" / these baseball' --;-

wreck the Tampa-Brooksville highway -
on
three miles south of Brooksvillo :Mount[ Dora-Oratiounty to Vlon teams.NATIONAL MI-T. C. I'.U"TT::>, ,'tt
$5,000,000 for hai,rfating I.--' 'rfCJ nI 1I"nI'r :\ : ''viers, tI
early this evening. I c. ntjnE You vtl e t wni4r ,
'tci i rr
Bradenton Bids ;1 ked : LEAGUE JQ EUF-.=YBota'Gogh: tar p---
on M1r6T
rail has struck Miami ,
Mi.I mi The jam
Bozo Butts 1i
,
rOU'l'
I 1 1-'C" J" you'll ici- th
terrific blow. Inability to get 000 worth of street ng.LeesburgTelephtervice. Antifrs, Borsin, TeHarip, RarKvBuca P.Et WAFflE6uvIC
a IrJTHEM
rtW
Salcardm, Qua erk, Sedlerg. /LNp MI rLtt
hat resulted in a I 1AMe=
shipments through f.EYr 'nM' YGU: VArJ ftN4t.E NlSl' 1 _
well asa AMERICAN LEAGUENayseek Dnve HI roT _.
Christmas tinsel famine as greatly improved. They : -- \
shortage of wrapping paper. Santa Ane"rost, Witexhos, .111'M f "
Hodxes., ileltitacs, Sownbr, Sani- J J Gusts ro
considering using ed for
Groveland-$6.000 advertising
Claus is seriously -
brown paper and ordinary twine, rather city. j jI dins, Ger .it. Him Nuts tl: 1e l;: Y to

than be outdone. : I II Puzzle No. 27 f
I Tampa-Cons tructi.work l b"Uiin between = v' ;; -
What i i.the difference a A i ., ,
Daytona Iteuch-Work on widening on Kreiss Company's plant. I I IBurtow king's "n. j monkrj's mother, a ''I,'saV't" \

the Dixie Highway from the Tomoka few I bald heal und nip ". ,.han ? By ..1.1...Il 1 e : t S
river bridge to Ormond, a strtch of -This pint have Puzzle 'J 1 13 "
No. :23! ? '
nearly five miles, from n 20-foot to'community apartment I "Rube" Goldberg J / "" rAutarra.or
I 1. So-e. Insert a label and have ; i
75-foot boulevard has been virtut!- -1 '
a '
Salerno-New build-ing erected a conveyance. ,
ly completed, is is announced by Em- for Salerno Properties th of :SJleri 2. H---t. Insert nn organ of tl-" '

erson \\'. Chaille, general manager of i Garage.. I! body and! have another orgui ? \
Daytona Shores. ? I of the 'ird-
.. JoElectrit (' Insect mall steel S..Ic. tIi bt tI 1 i
St. Augrusline St. 0. 8. S-- u < i..e ..a s- IJ
', ', it
of :
700 carload I
Daytona More than resumes trolley servic.St, strument and have a barr, 1
tdlgus-
will be needed during -
building material tine Beach. t I bone. -
the month of January to carryon I 4. S-e. Insert a kind of ...". -

the big construction program of the CI'arwater-Nl'w ri broadcasting and have disgrace.

Halifax country, it became known today stattion, \VGIIB 3 ortfr B.Bowles ,. : 5. F--s. Insert a falsehood nn "' ''':b A'OW HErt M'--r' / / ',, .
of nine have uui,oylng little in.v Tt.vL / M .
when Representatives Developments, I ,,011 air. :> I TRot:>lJ<:'E. "
building contractors met here at the 6 5. T--.It. Insert "to move swi', MISTER JUMP1GrouP Gr2AJY6cwt-, \ fr.< / ,.a '1 till.Mls I

chamber, of commerce and filed requisitions Winter Haven-City .\ K-nfl ,$20- ly" and have a chest.golutblnl ;: PLOoF, SEN/CTQFZ MISS //A; l rMc )

for permits through the local 000 for extension of w Mii: ks sy,;. to last WMitt. f.Mn.Puzala WCf.-IU.! t'r r i/1t1. I

railway advisory board.TallahasseeFlorida's. tern. ore wing No to 28 Olv wan you a .hard.....h.ono. WMIfljrora n.. MRs. .:'A UCEF'ANSrY MI rE72 M }\ J t ,I .
e It out. PiuiU No. 14. Mali M I STT-.\0' IJ
capital was Panama City Pledger .:reetinl: panta aDd rest ftrttt. FuKala )/o. 2Rth ANh MIS.; II"I'
in the grip of an icy blast today. The onestory brick store but adjacent' _. fiimmja David <'4.pprfl ki Mter -v ''NP.N I .
rd..taoaldl. .
thermometer dropped to a minimum of to Pope Motor Co. Send rear kaawarv to this _pa. '%001';. MY

20 degress, according to the readingof The ftrm are solutions received to each
Do Funiak ICl.ond Is-
Springs of puxsls l will receive tan eradlta t w 1
W. II. :Markham, local observer. quo voted for additional ig 1 new .....h win.... has obtained 100 ertllf. J
While there were no figures available r.n: ba oitltlad to 1 MJ1" rt.VR", b
city hall and park Impl! ltR. ," '"n- -t. ..n'
here to ascertain whether or not a "-'rl"

record for this time of the year had | 'Green Cove Springs 100 h. p "i a

been reached, the observer stated Itl i I engine, dynamo and pu I be Installed ,' "-
I res. \IE: \ JJ'-5 J
cold. plal
"was "unusualy at city water YOUFRIDAY.
HAD -n-I1!!
Habitual' Constipation CuredIn
St. Petersburg Secretary of War West Palm Bsach-Ci{ to vote 14 to 21 Days ... bii'C:3'iUT
I'<
Davis and his two daughters and sonarrlvetl on 3,500,000 harbor (ovement "LAX-FOS WITH! PEPSIN" is a specially- stxTatal) : :)R e pl.ONrYJ
SyrupTonlc-Laxative for Habitual! t
and inspected prepared
here yesterday bonds.
Constipation. relieves promptly and I YcE S .
and then took -
Fort Dade and DeSoto I Fif should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days ,
Davis Tarpon Springs- 110,000
a trip up the Manatee river. Mr. to induce regular action. It Stimulate and
homes will be construct Chesa-
was to( have gone fishing today but Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. Ode
on account of the cool weather played peake Point sub-division. ; per bottle. *

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. PARE' FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAHKE. FLORID HUDAY. JANUARY 1.IIIISIMS 19:

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o o.-ono.-oleo. .OCiO- !
oaop I It ( Mavor Joseph W. Young] [ ;a To Stop n Cough Quick 'I : JDaromxDlIllUlU\l/iLIWBlliIlIIlIIIIIlIIlWllwcm

take IIA YES' HEALING HONEY! .m i ,
fi cough/ medicine which stol| the cough hv COFFINS & CASKETS
I healing the Inflamed and Ir fated 1i'
Church Services Uf'I,I And a Fall Line ofCndertahers'
i A t box of GROVE'S .-PUN-TRAIT;:/ : I p.
SALVE for Chest CokU II aa Cud" m aid, Supplies
Croup! Is enclosed with < >erv botlif ot !I
.I.IS'f. l JlA'r ES' HEALING:; HONEi. The salve AUTOMOBILE HEARSE '
)
23as s25 s2s25. .should he rubbed on the i er anti Ihr"n I Always on handThe best
g go of children suffering from C ,Id or Croup rice at the lowest prices terr<
J'Itottt. :W n nooaoooao Spe
\ MAICK'S I 1 1'he Heating elect of Ham ir.Una Him y tic a elal attention to telegraph
.Ida the. tbri'ut L'Onblo..tI.//) f "wiillDr ((5Grow' "-. r Ia t or. fder
01:10- .t.-col=o '01:10 St. Mark's Episcopal church: Suni ; -kin< (WMtii),I'm mojift.Trate a ouunh.H.ah Salve, ih "15'''I the l I'" ..ftin a1 *. r"terod Bmbalmvr.

Jay services at 11:00: n'mrdles are rm.mt, llcarl" ,n, nn : I it t ,
( : !INNER: PA It IV visiting frn ndt- and/ relatives here thiawei i I a. m. test of the ctimttintil Irratmci' .n &. '

'k. ': UILKCII: OF CHRISTI I II Just ask your druftj -: or II"Yts-: DeWITT C. JONES
:Mr. and Mrs L. J. Wynn entertained A baby girl was born to :Mr. und I II HEAIINHuwF.V.' : ___ I IUse : STARKE flA 'ilDauam
ut a fnmily dinner Christmas day ;Mrs tinier; Powell Christians IJavMr I :Meets every Lords Day at 10 n. m ... I
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at their pleasant home in II.inipton. : and/ :Mrs I, C. Vurhrouirh und for Bible Study and Scriptural Com- the Telegraph P ti lmIJlIDGlODtlIDl'a' .
Guests nt dinner. were: :Mrs :Mattie (children of Melorse were visitors< ai munion. See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. IT: t rJo. G
Williamson, :Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. the homeol' :Mrs Hitty CloversettleSutidav 2J-29 '\! .- '

\\')'nn.IIH8": Kree, :Marylee, and I .
Elaine. Wynn of H.imptutiilbiir A. :Mrs \V. A. Junes spent the day in 1! FIRST mrmr CHURCH

.Stott of De Land; :Mr and :Mrs F. A. Jlaniplon! Sunday with :Mi. und Mr. 1 Rev Thomas IIam.cn, Pastor GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
Scott and, Mr. and :Mrs J. T. Quiulcv.AmonK '. Willie, ( ocFirun. school
Sunday 100): a.m.
,.... v.o' 55'rrs
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( the friends dropping( in for H ? :Morning worship 11:00 a. m. I IM AN & RITCHREMBJSENT
thu afternoon were: :Mr nnd :Mrs C. i I1ROOKLRIiooker At the recent election of officials B. Y. 1' U. "service, t:30:: p. m.
J. Weeks, of. Juiksonvilli, The weather Tnr; BEST LEADINGINS' '
In Ilollywoal-by-the-Sea, Florida, Evening worship 7:3): p. m.
was i idiNil. end thid Iu \' was ,pleasantly I I J..n 1 ,-Pitt Huxter, ut.: Mr. Joseph W Young had the lion :Mid-week service \\ e<1n..sday 7::30 a\NTE TOMI'ANIES. FlUE,
spent. Oiula IK held visiting' his parents, Mi or of being appointed the first p. m. ACC DENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
and :Mrs J. D Baxter.Mr of this city. BONDS
-- ----- Mayor new \Ve invite you to worship with us. LIABILITY
J1':\ IOIl CLUB 'I.Ml.1(1INS;: ; : : ,1111Iu.: 1.V.'. Pinholster ol ,
Tampa spenl Christmas holidays line among the iiiariv visitors, to our city PREsmihRlAN: ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

The Tuniiir (lull entertained nienibe visiting friends, and relatives : this Wll'I.1 .. Rev. II. A. Tucker D. D. Minister.
-. .,rs. and friends with u 1 lovely partyat CcpliUM llairitll,/ of \\uldo' spent \1 t'. and ih'VIII.. I 1I..kl.> who ie- Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m.
the club lionse on hrinlmas night. Thursday und Friday hero visiting side at l-rostpioof' ate" at home fora Preaching service at 11 00 o'clock a.
The rot,mM wire beautifully decorated lends' und rilaliven. few cla>H. m und 7.30 p. m.
with bulky arid miKllctoe. TIll :Messrs. (Orvill anti Carl Wurd of Our' ,:licets nitfull of strangers Prayer meetingcdne,day at 7:30:
high school. orchestra" f-mushed: music Jacksonville, spent Christians day nlincut every tiny seeking homes to p. m. : We tan charge O
and with many I lively games the here. with their mother, :Mrs. '1'. P. move in. \V. need new houses for peo- Cristian Endeavor sot i ltty moet at YES your
hours passed' nil too quickly. Duiirig Waid. 1.11'. ',tu "move In. fur nJltl1Y people are 7::30 p. m. Sunday and tin Junior Cn.dcnvor HRS

the. .evening a salad lour..e with. hot Miss Lube-ilia I'lnhoUlei, of Tampa jUt finding. out that Union county I is society meets at 7'30: ( p. m. I StoLe Battery In 0
( .hm olale wan si'rvi.d. spent it few days of last vvek herewith nt h with splendid opportunities,, forth A cordial invitation is extended to I

About thirty young people enjoyedthis her mother :Mis A. J. Pinholster.Mr. ,. fututre. ;I Ito all to attend the above services
delightful affair. I : and' :Mrs.! Jj. C limiter, of Tarn \Ve wish to extend' to the Tclcfuaph/ '
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:Mrs I n. C'. Jones nail, :Mrs J. II. pu spent part ot last week here with all good wishes, for. the year of I'liii.'! 1 ;MKIIIOIHsr ('IIIIC11i Smit

HiU h wire ('huperonex..lin I lends' and relatives I for it M u paper thut i in worthy of 8 Garage SFlake i
--.-- i :\1 r. und Mrs. Joseph! Cuinundi: of ,praise, anti l every family in the county i (Enoch: :Marvin Ranks: Pastor)
IIt.H! I:I. H.tJ! I1U'a; Sun .1 lose here adjoining counties :should sub-
California are spending ,,11ml I Sunday school Sunday morning at
".\It'I'Y I some time with the lutler's par ,I scribe for it. I 10:00 o'clock; L. A. Davis Supt. >
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I "ntll.I | Junior League, Sunday afternoon\
:Misses Florence and "Elizabeth: Audi :Mr und :Mrs. C. A. 1 UK rain, of i, ;MMV RIVER: I I 2:Hit o'clock :Mrs I'1.; Johns Supt.

ews liiiriiunKly entertained nine I Oiula, spent Sunday here with :Mi.I j Senior Kpworth: League. SunJ).
i :New aver: lJ( .,. :Jl-:Mr. and I Mrs. ly
of their !girl' friends with a slumber I und Mrs. i K.: '1'. Stuart. :j I I 1'. U Clown, of Lake Butler were evening ut G.J: : O'clOl'k.1iIl: Florence

party :Monday eV"lIillat/ their homeon | :\11'.1. D ).McMillan of Gainesville, ;|guests I of. :Mr. und :II rH. U. .I'. Kenfroe, :Matthews! "" ,, fL Prosperous

Madison street.. i was u business. visitor here 'luesday+ I IIll. ,i I :Nundav.; I Piciichintr by the ,piihtor Sunday it
At six n'cloik the guests, Misses i m. i I I V'aiuo Russ und "..nM. J. 11, I''rn. I 11:11011.I : III. and 7:30 p. m. The morning -
Harriet hitch, Elise Juries, Lucille 1 :31 r. und ;Mrs. 'I'. C. Harcn' und ihillI I'' est and Fran'I14. of Urooker visited subject will be, "Turnirif Bread. I \NEW YEAR

Johns Lucille :Mitchell, hazel :Mid I tllI'n.lnl/ :31 r. and :Mrs. ll.irley 11111.1'11.1 I 1 friends. here Sunday. I Into Stones," and that for the! "'V"- I

.dleton Ruth Member, ROHU lx.-vitoii. of Center Hill are here visiting rely-1| :Mr.. and :Mrs. C. L, Atkinson, of I nine hour will bo "Callmir for You.." I oao.oao
Virginia NV'iuks, and Mary Canovu lives, i iI I \Vuldo motored here, Sunday uftcrnoon. : The morning service will be con :
were served with an elegant, dinner I :Mr. of Gainesville I eluded ,
Barnes was at'tending i, I with the communion service
These young ladies were joined laterin / to business here Tuesday uf-l :Miss Iva and Alphio Hodges spent The pastor is very anxious to hiv'
the evening by the following young! I/'tt'rnon. )I Il lust week. in Starke and Waldo visit I I every member and friend of the church F. A. SCOTTLi
men: Comer Lung llHtiulton! Hitch, l A. A. Ha/en and family of Gainesville i ing lends and relatives. present, as he is making special' effort ,
Cuil\K] > KiUh Frank Ciupenter" Gerald spent Sunday, here ut the home :Miss Irnia Andrews, of St. Augustine / i I to make all of these services attractive .
:Middktun, J. (i. Alvarez, Owen (If1; t'K. I IV.. MUMMI. und :Messrs.. Chester and Ited.dish : |I: and helpful.MmunuelPreaching.
d if fin, .1/Hiiime Biownlee, Iluuh ,,. J. II. !Mutt und L. R. Gainey I
were
Andrews, of :Miami were guestsof : at 3:01': m
p
Brownlee, Jr., I tank und 1 Sam :Mitchell -
business visitors to Luke Butler maidStarke Real
their parent, :Mr. and :Mrs. (:. Wj[ Everyone cordially invited. Estate
of Lakeland, Joseph Thomas und
,,, 1'lw"II..yIIul'ninll./ .'. : Andrews during the holidays. |
Ono, Wiggin :, Mr and :Mrs. H. I"'. Hazen of. :Miss Oilty Hague kH'nt| the holidays i :Mrs. A. A. burden; Bible Quiz. Ic-aler
----- Avon Park are here visiting friends I' C. T. Luwhorne No 1 BROKER
JAllvSONVIII:" : lil'KSr; : 1IO\-:" ', with friends anti relatives in Alachua. ; Group Capt. ,
und relatives.Ruil'urd i :Misses Annie Reddish of Heilbronn Mrs. :Milton Ilack Capt Group :Vo.J .
oC"U1'! : niciIKi: t'.\ il'I'Y Itrunen of Lake Butler und L'ilulac! Andrews, of :Morriston, : :Miss Gertrude All ood.Mrs. I OCZOE .
I[ was among friends here. Sunday lifter- visited friends here Saturday and : J. 1' Sullivan left last Tuesday IOC3O
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A l lovely< social I event Wednesday noon Sunday. | for Miami, where sht will spend the

afternoon was the bridge ,party, given' :Mr and ;Mrs H. K;;. Thomas and :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. :M..Hodges! I1n,11| winter months with her son, :II. 'i. $ul.
by Mis.V. M Wainwright in eonipliment Man, Floyd I. of Leeshiirif spent part of children spent the holidays in Biookerivisiting licits
tit her house truest :Mrs. I''.. last week here with friends< and rela.tives friends und relatives. I \\'. P. Birt und family of Alinhua. Your
I K.! Itunuli'', ol' Luksonville The 1 rooms'were
I
\\ e are glad( to report Allen Porter', county were the! guests of :Mrs Iirts'
gay with deioiations and suv- Mi. und :Mrs. Joe Smith if Tampa, is improving. sisters, :Miss :Mary and Ada Nlnmo; i
oral iound'> of Li luau vie. inlayed by spent part of lust week here with the (Howard Thomas of l'alllll'tto. visi-j' this weekIIN 1

her' quests.:! hitler's pit 'eruts, :\1 r. mind/ :Mrs K.! .1. ted friends here Sunday p. m. :\ P. II .Hunt has recently rut' 'ned .

The. prUcfur winner of high( crone, \\ard __ :Mrs'm.. !Hod ires and daughter to her home here, after a vllit'vith Listings
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was u Imiiil-jiiiinli'd powder jar; the -0 (liisnu, moloied to Starke Sunday. I her daughter: r". S. :M Simmon).
l'uIIMola'ill": ,prize. being. u dainty bud I.\M: IH 11.ut ---- ---.-- .
vase. Mrs Hniinh, honoree was KIVen I I|| H \:311''i'ON; (:.RVIIAH I Iiraham
I
a large liiind-painteil powder jar I (luislmus passed awaj in this part
The hostess "'rvllwl' (guests with fl ..f the would very qulctly.| Thu gaud l I 1 llanipton. Dee 2K.-:Mrs. A. I'. Sul. ( Jan. I.-Mr. and :Mra. toy I
salad "ollr ('. people' had 1 a union Christmas Tree liven has recently/ returned to hl'l''holl' :Manning: of Tampa spent a few Buys, .
'hOMo enjoying :Mrs WaillwrilCht'9h"'litahty '1'ilt the Baptist ehuich. The tree was I', "' here alter a visit with her son, | here with her parents :Mr und Irs -- --
'i attractive und I! A. I,. SuliMin of Therexsn. j Sim Th anus. .
wore': :Mesdames I I':. I K.] arranged very heavv- 8.
Biamh, hUll""' ,,. 1. A. I"'lilt I, I K.! L.I'I laden with presents Many lieaits i Oscar Andrews and family, of :Miss IMria Tilhs, \Vauchulii, vas ;{) J.4'vNti
( Stuart, arrived here, last Sunday. They thc guest of her aunt, :Mrs O \V. 11Iul }a J Jfa
UiIl.ICM, I'1.: ; Johns N. t"rllb''rlC. R''|I wire mule h.ippv. The children did ,
.1. Davis U, .f. Cliirki-, A. W. A ruler ,|I will in euirviiiK out the pi.OK'ram. with ', ait' the guests: of :Mr. und :Mrs. 1)V. SjturJnyMr :
Belcher ; recitations und i unta Clans :Swindle.; I : und :'olr... L. (:i. Barry and, cluu li- {]
son, 'Invli.r i MissesIaiant: ;|I solids; I
Lang and <:race Slit'II.Ira ke.. [I closed the mutiny by giving out th,' : :M. J. haven und family of Buena 1,1' Th..lmlt.Ir.: and,I :Mrs. K. B. :Vlu --
| lice ml Dewey' :Murrhee of ramvI |
i piesents ,, Vista me the guests of friends and
C\lli l'I.I'1I I.MiUIlrl: : : : I I I relatives here this week. I spent the holidav here with relative.
The slogan for i is LukuI ,
I I our city I I :Mr and :Mrs. \\illiard Smith 11011 .
'h'mL."s" of the nftt-i'noon h 1'i,1 1."Ipu.ty I lUilllcr llc-autiful and lioiintlful" I Iu.I'irllC i i ('. II. Priest and family visited I( (children and Lois :Moody of Winili- j
were. delightfully l.nt..tuill",1 i ./ front, the crowd that fathered :i,i their iclativei and fi'ciids'! !In 1'ampaI ,, I mere, arc visiting, relatives here lira
.
Tuesday! afte-i'noon, by :.Mrs. A. \\'. An. here for the holidays linn slogan must I|I this week few days.. I I11' ,... ,

derson ut her attractive homo. Cantalias I betiuu.. I|I I Supt. II. D .Viggins. ,,i' Stuike, was :\ and :Mrs Turn Dyal and dauKI-I) '

; vvero ','r\'I'II1l'r guests. during the A ruing/ the girls limnVunian'j, a business visitor 1 here: List Saturday ter. Alma, of Hampton, an 1 Hurl n" I "

afternoon..Mr I State C'olleKc* at 'I'allahmisee that are on, of Pornpann. spent 1 Friday afte} '
: 1K.:. Davis made high score at hiinie are: :Misses Christine '1'own- .luhn Ilagan ot .stunit.: is -pending neon nt the home of O. W Imyal.I !. I II l -
und 1 was given\ u vanity ;Mrs Sidney 1 I "nl. HI imhe Roberts, Gi-nuive Rivers, the Holidays with his uncle, 1 1). 'W. I :\1 r. and :Mis. \\,. I. \\as.lin 1, nn4 d VE
Church wits consoled with u box of Carrabelle Brown, Willie Mae ..Johnsun l :Swindle.; i chiMicn, of \\aldo, spent Fuduy h'ru.Ir. .

powder, as lnw score prize. ( Julia HI'lCi h'r.lall.1; I Dritrtfeix ,I Arthur I. CiouM Refiushmeiits flint mi lad, saltmespiiXles and 1 Lulu Scarborough.Misses purchased the large bungalow on the I I son and Duffy Abernathy, of (HiistIIIKH .' D

anti 1 hit chofolnto were served, I ; Ilt-nriwtttt and Oonnle Puditett ,'orn..r. of :Mum and Church St., of. A. spent u few ,days here with re-la- G
ut the conclusion, of this \. IMirden ''livesMrs.! ,
Raines. iiiniw from I'lillahassee to Lake : and located there.
hose present were: ;Mexdumes C, A, Butler to join their brother John from \\'. T. Saxnn and family of South : J. F. Ellerbee, of Pompano, is Knock It OUT!
I 1'utch (j. 1\1. SiHtrunk V.:. ::14.) Johns, I Chu"ell1ill. S. C., to spend few days .Florida were the quests of friends and' 1 I spending' a few days here and near I I1'
K.: H.: Brunch, of Jacksonville! ; K.: among friends and l their parents relatives here this weekl.lder lirooker with relatives..

Davis, 1). T, Clarke H. C. Ritch I :31 r. and :Mrs I'. :M. Padgett. motored : I II!. I I'. Haner will preach at I :Misses! Clemmie and Lucille Hull .\ '' )OU a ..I.lHarnd. !
!
Frank hoover, R. J. Davis, S. Church i lovl.r from Palmetto und carried their the Christian church next Sunday a. ',f Hampton spent Friday eveningwith He Lang oar
Vivian Sanders, C. H. :SUtrunk mini I children home to .upend Christmas with nt. anti evening. Ruby Dyal. ju hud n steady position with good g
:Miss Grace Shclldrnke. I I them. I'I :Mrs. :May DtYVitt and children, of :Mr. and :Mrs.Villis Djnl of Sampson 'J wage i, )et he was far from independent. ()
.
---.- {I J. H. !Maine who is attending Tit- Jacksonville, were the guests of her City were here Thursdaj. a lie knew that if he limt his Job ():
;MRS. .;. :M. JOHNS:' ";:-;'''hit.; it would he only a matter ..f [G):!
lane University is spendinic, the holidays ,'ouKinM. :Mrs.. A. A. McDonald. and Miss Francis :Murrhee has returned : J filII... days un-
would.. (G)
he "
I'AINS JUMOR LKAULK: with his /parents Dr. and ;Mm.'J Mrs: A. A. urd'n lust Saturday. homo after ..pl'ndinlt'eral months 'J hiird-preM-.wf.. \\hy? !
I Kermis. he lived [G):
rUMairfes.:: ,,; S. :Woodard and son II. S. Wood- in Tampa. a up! practically all he !
[Gr9 ):
Last ANtdnusdiiy, evening proved to :Mrs. :Mary :Muit.es, of Son' ford is nrd" of Plant City were business visitors :Miss Ailcen Surrency spent last friends earned. Him fo lIsh. Esery: day his [)
be 1& very delightful event when :Mrs.K. visiting Dr und :Mrs. I. E. Mam's '' here this week. week in Brooker with her grand par- 11 were listing their John through G
:. :'o1..John.. entertained thu members t'iruimMi.ne.-s or injury.. He had been
Charles Rivers who Is attending t t'.u! J.P.Oumm..rll: and family are the d
of the Junior Jopwu: ,' I, L..nlCul/.with( Southern Dental College in Atlanta, truest, of :Mrs. Summers' mother, Mrs. ents.Mr.: and :Mrs. Thus Mills and children I lucky s,, fur. but he knew that Nome

u Christmas tree given at the Woman's' ', is spending his viuatmn at home ,J. P. Sullivan. spent Friday at Brooker with Q day in he would get a. few hard knocks
Club. Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse' Dowlini nail C. J. Weeks and family of Jacksonville his sisters. :Mrs. Annie Lewis. life Su" ill|| you, Rurvhiidy does

Christian decoiations prevailed 'in'thu Mr. and :Mrs. Tom hastam and families ,', were the guests of :Mr. \\'.., "' Elmer: Stoke, of New River spent '
rooms in which these young peo'ple tho week-end here with hid Krund- :S.\\ El: lIun't he..ii slave, The
., of Daytona, are visiting relatives .I..tt'r. :Mrs. Elite Sparkman this! week. i day you
were ...entertained bankets ofpomsettiua and frlemN. Rev.V.. It. Hicks, of Waldo filled par..nb.Ir.! and :Mrs. D. W. Dyal. Kiln i i your name on a savings account
being u".I. together with ,Mr. and Mrs Ellaworth C. Harper his. regular, appointment at the First :Miss: Ruby Djnl was a visitor to I" the beginning of mrtependence

hiii-tnii's bells, holly nnd itrcencry anti daughter Jean of Sanford spent Baptist. church lust Sunday morning I High Springs Sunday afternoon. from debt (rom worry. and l ??,,,????
the tree! was beautifully decorated. In the holidays 'with their parents, :Mr. and evening. Although the weather I, J. A. J. :McKinney! and son Ernest to the rest of the *"rll. Knock that
> the Yuletide colors und 1 was laden I land Mrs. J.vE. Harper. was a little/ inclement the interest I of Sampson were here Friday.Mr. second letter out nt ..111P..
with many glflll. I ;Misses Frankie und Ultra Priestcr was. good Fifty were present at Sunday : and Mrs W. A. Dval and children '
Games "were enjoyed during the who are teachers in Sarasota are Schoolwhich Is under. the able of high Springs spent Friday I
evening: after which the gifts" were I spending their vuratum at home. management of Supt R. M. Paver who h.re.Ir.
distributed. Refreshments of punch, Miss Katherine Epperson is upend- not only tries to make each one havea und :>Mrs Tom Graves, of Savannah
and wafers, were served by the hos I inir the holiday at Luke Butler with pleasant time and fee] like he was. a Ga, spent the holidays herewith Sank: of Starke
tess. About twenty-five children enjoyed 1 :Mr and :Mrs. J. R. Donald." partner in this work but tries to lend his parents :Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. rr :

this delightful affair. j Hal Main". Elred Duncan and El- them in the paths. of righteousness.The Graves
Til El"ESS.VTberesiia I I mer AJkins, students of the University H. Y. P. U assembled at 6:15: :Ill'. and :Mrs. John :McKinney spent "SAVE and PROSPER"
of Florida, ai at home enjoying with the church and elected their! officers lust week in Pnlatku with relatives.Mr. .
)Pec ;2S.::' :Mr. and MM. the Christmas hot; '111)( '" for the beginning of the new : and !Mrs. Gus Brown, of Day. \\4 Per Cent
R. M. Ilersey and children spent the Mrs. G. A. 1)..va", of Lakeland', year as follows)uSupt tom, spent a few days here with her Interest
''wc-ek-end with friends and relatives and .sister Addi t Mae, are at home ;. B. B. Wheeler; Assistant. children John Elixe and Dewey
'at !Half old. ''during holidays visiting relatives and Supt.; Milton Black; Recording Sec. Strickland. ON SA I
J. W, Mutton was a business. visitorto friends. Miss Gladys Allgoodj: CorrespondingSec. Lizzie Lane and :Mr. Baits, of St. .

Gainesville! Thursday. I I I Mr. E. L. Pope, a live wire real and Treasurer :Mrs. V. B. Wheeler Petersburg, were here on business one VINGS'a

. Charley Phillips of South Honda, Is ,I estate worker from Ellington !in ; Cholster V. B. Wheeler; Pianist day last week.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELbGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA



'" :; L7 1"o;;;:--of- =L V V["Ll, ?: gall Irs.\Ir.the of h., ; Annie Christmas Jacksonville U.. Matthews.Mr. Richard holidays, .were and guests,,,son f :II.r.Mor.during and- ''rENT-A-WORnj! AT THEMOVIES New time 1RAIN table effective SCHEDULE PAGE---* -12:01 FIVE--: .. -a. m



December 20th, 1W5Xo. \ .

; format i ij and Mrs. A. u.'I
daughter, Thclmu, slid :Mass Hannah lJCOLUMNl'1 I Stnrke, IS:2.; ". m.

j Concerning Our People, BUd >\\ md,-ll, of .Stuart wcicin town the "Let's Co'1 No.3. Jacksonville] to lumpu, duo

l"H of th week visiting friendsConuiesKniun Stnrke' 12:52 I'. m..No. .
i i Progrea of the County cfl I FOR SALE Tnl'H swiss' A. 1'1JI\Y l IB
{; ; '- -Jersey cow and calf. Jacksonville to &t. Petersburg -

R. A. Green, of WaKh'IIIt"I John Hallett. Lllwte '. I III. It. I II You will thoroughly enjoy "Yol.mdii," duo StillKo, 12:22!: p. m.

-===, ======= ------ -- Qj ii., D. C, spa ,lit, the Christmas I with :MARION: .\'lJoS: bcn-uuse it i U No.; 30,1: Jacksonville to West Palm
1 '... ;; --==- = ===== ;; .
(;) -- r.1C7UC7 L7< holidayhere) I'liuh:
due
Stnrke 10.
with 02
o-Sms? Ul !ills pUI'elltK.11': WANTEI-.t u. mI .
WEATHER ItEt'OltlA home of I \v. and l \1..,.. W. II. Ieeetl.Mr. : be seiond-hand typewriter : net only vibrant with (hulls nail tho I No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville*, duet
t. Wet 1 k I must in A-l mn.litioii., Apply emotion of tender love
Mr. > u but it is beyond Stnrke, 4:28: u. nt.
ather report week ending Dec. tan: Wile' ,,1' ',,_ Bradford County Tele-graph. It. I 1 .
'II. ( I
l.va. 8pen' und :Mrs. :M. S. Hayes and doubt the most beautiful filnl t No. 1, Tampn, to Jacksonville duo

'12:;. he!. at till children of SI"ire I II. vc-ii, the spectacle ever brought before the i Sturke, 4.20: p. 11\.
pmt pub.
) :! 1 57 31 ..00l' I -. __ holidays. FOILI''n'.h: dairy cows, Je-r-j I I No. 301
here I St.
with Mi. and :Mrs. L. \V. : he. Petersburg to Jacksonville
Syrup I l- "eand holstein
66 : i Creole onion
25; 37 ..01J plant
}' ants ,.lea. It Huy H.Mi due StJirko, 6:00 p. 11\.
i J 2,1 ;57 .u .o i the Tolee! $1.(1() per 1,0,10; Hampshire sow I Starke and Wanme Branch.

:2 7 lit 38 ..0x 0p I *m and ;Mrs. lost reward for return to C. Lvtsch I' :S.tl'L'ItD.tlPerfection No. 101 leaves Sturkn 7.10
U. Smith : a. m.
wan: and
.11 27 .U i Mr. am' ..)hiliii' :Stmko, 1 Fla. etwc-en: Highway and I No.;
in". ,1<1 "I'. en, ,Mr.| .. L. Morgan aitl ( Picture's Presentsilliiiin I 102 arrives Starke 3:16: p. m.
_' 53: 27 Jncksonvi, \ Ul'llIwunnpri'IA'M: Road F.0'. U It*
\\1 .00
:eek'I'lid\ rc OiildiLii, .ii :'tiipten| cay, spent i,'u.i.iy \\ I'airhanKs. A. PHIIIII| (;iaron I j T. J. GRIFFIN Agenti
::0() 58 40 .0 1 with rt'lat"' <" all. 'in. I
on here with friends. with.
Id rainfall for week .0;) inches. -- i I 1. UK S\Ln-Tu'igeniif' Valencia and strong castin i
o Cure a Cold in "n* <>..
Col. an. FUkh, PI' u,,_ Misses Pearl| Itllli( Mabel Reddish, of Pineapple orange trees Budded on ink I AX > .
AIIV
M. Bryan of Lnwtey, I A : K i.KOMOOI'IMMK (Tablets tt
was among J:1ek : Rapid 1'neVtstein Drama of Love
Land .. Il"year old '
were ,1', : -niwille: sK-nt| tilt week here with sour orange sftoik The Htiipn llin C cteiuh and\ II.Hil.iiho nail worlmoff the'
0.1 Sae-. 1 : :
; sl
itnn-, to Starke Wednesday.i ir andil I'olil. P. W tiKOV(!,) I- .
]I. L. Bro\ u,.. \ ..".1.-1'1101, ,! then l paninMi.'. sad| Mrs. 1 I. J. standard of the state. IS in.. to 2 nliiri' luiliiiiliin on nark !>' WU-

ili-li. 1"d-1 feet eaihlOe( -. 1-2 inch caliper 2 to1 i .

I Alexander of Hampton Wan Malta JI'S -- :3 feet GDceu.li. II.!; null uiliper 7.V: 1 i S11)Nbtt'Il'FSltl': :: I tS25d55-25 888888 Se L r S cl.ri

.. ninent visitor heie Thursday.It spent the f with Fort Pil'I" Mr ail ;Mis. H.1 L. Brown ()al'h,3-.1 inch caliper fiSc-; each. Two 'Illepill III.i. of illtltl I lifeIMIVS I

folks. home' iliiughtc-i: Merle, of Weft Italia Beach, I I year old] buds rath $1.00. In quan- II. A
\
I (;.ONK: :- \-lll :MIJilh : I
,
Roberts, of Graham was in were visiting friends here Friday titles of Ion( in mole r< per cent ncr.1
IIf-1 \\ .\I.KK: JI" :
Tnursday Mrs. II \ 'ti, i noon Jones Hios Nurseries" I.'rescent City /InI''Eta'' \ NEW YEAR
Sunnier I daughter, ot', ,j Pin Box SJti;: l-l-4t. ,,1.\IJMOMIII : '
'PI' .n.1, }here i
her with Mr and :Mrs. '1'. N. Llnibiuigli of. | OPPORTUNITY'AXTEIIllIlIlIll"
I Ll.Vas spentI r.' l II.; '
John. |1 I Lakeland were livie.- NOTICE: ro pKirrou.s AM\) CKHHTOUS i 'I( 1:011\: X |FRIDAYI
Visiting relatives
I < \ in town. I I.j I -.- ; \\ : : : '" for :Miami and
Col. and M, Irht unit, und friends' ,lu'il,1.tll' latter part of Notic In lipn.by wlvin that all crwlitora I January 7 A. Ml). l' \rl est Palm Bench( real estate offices
.
| sun theWeek. t IeaatY ,
: .
dli.tribllUunil
'lisi-, Irma Johns of Hampton wa:* Paul spent I I ..Mil -tMiranna hnvlnu ''rile ClreiitettViitir; of Love i which are nut in full and
any in .JlleI, ,: I cuitniK' nuuinHt tile. -:l>llll i>f .a. M. Ki);<"l ln StonesKUNOIt opc-iiitnii
.' ?wn Tuesday afternoon. sunvtlle. Four cllli"lic.HMr.l, are hen "y required \n I.rr."ht their, :'; (ea\\. : making miuu-v Mut he producers.
color hthoyraphcd syrup label, duty nullunticHtid to the llonoraltlo :3-h
Florida I
branch offuem.
Free
In** A. : m.iI -
) Ciniilinrr C 'itmty JuilM.. of llrmlf.-ril Has '
It. M. Johnson of Graham was i invn :\11.| 1,1"I "f Jacksonville printed with your name and complyingwith I County. H.irnln. within one ".'ar. Or Ihu now given motion picture ati.li- I I AM| one field manager to visit ourI
the law full length and half nacre will l lit- held, l In bur thereto i-iu'i-s her uieiili-st novtl"M
Anti all
Wednesday. spent the, I ; : Ur from
Sere with her size pirHnn* in.l.blr.l ;lu said tjitnla. ; are required:: I trips every point in loriil.l
at
the \
\ : .
Telegraph office. AND: :M \ ID"I
: '
--- daughter, Mi fix( 'In tiny their end, d.ht. to the un.UnnicntU, nil- | to Davenport, folk county.

Win. Monden, of Sarasota, spent -' mtnutrntur forthwith, I I Featuring Begin work Jnminrv 1. Splendid. oppintiinitv -
M. .- i Mr. and Mrs.I K.-i.v: Colle-y, of \\uMo., This tho 17th day uf Int.mbcr. 11125 |I :
and :'II.., I.HU ,
n holidays here with hw wife.J. ill nre thl'JlI'uu,1 ioi)\ KIM.Inoitii:: :, to connect willi stibstantinl
the latter M. RHODEN.
-pr-nt of ,
pint the week h.
it; '
.: parent urn Mo.iela, with II'IS.Ut-iJ-12 Administrator \KKIKI': \MMOND 1 living organization, liberal, coin.
II. Moore VuctmLtI' funnels' parents, Mr.I and :Mrs.
of Lawtey, was transacting 2tnl I lI1is"i"nM. references fifty bunk in
.1. F.I C.illc-y.. \Ol It'h. 01 IfcVsK: OF CUNTCON.! Florida.
business | Small
herelondny. I investment re'ipiircdI .
I Hev-u-: ;;: | ,f LakUL:;; I ICT8 ,| I iniiv 1 bo the opporliinitv' formaing
Vat' 11' Russ, und sons, of Brouker,, was hl"'e'i il'' :utd. ;Mrs .1. L. Kluieu is recovering: uipidlv :N'otlo. [t. lurtly, Klxrn! that on Monday : 666Is : li)2)
.I.II I spent I, lulm in town. Scott the- first ,1<.;jrs] F. .v. finin till' long illness, which ciblu, vwis January: of I Hrniirnril 4. :Itf.ll;I the county; UHHI will;of; be th.Hull county) In front con-i I I Iof j yourlife.

cad I her to spend the summer and fall. the null darer of the cuiirthoiiHL-, Slurke' I'
Mayor "oil I Mis. Bryan, of Lawtey, Dewitt -. H-ToTc-r months, in North Carolina, I Florida. to the hiithmt and beet eligible bidder, u prescription forCOLIK nitiir. (alt MIUK
C..1. ,
for said county cunvittH iihjicU to the lnwovcrmnit
\ a
': were in t>," Saturday.. U. I). :Miner Ht' the Hume I'. rh>.1 fif sold tens will iUiri'K; / :, FLU'. DKN.tlK; : :, I I I.ol'ls \t'. \\'.\ ):nmI.rr.: .
'ht's. clocks, Silas Sikox brought an otter ol.lnI. I run thrush the year 9201. 'I'ho bonnl BILIOUS K\FK AND: :MALARIA
flashlights ... ... Branch I Offices
: et"1, the next % tho right to nj.-ct an}' and all biiU
Mrs I.'iinll.i| Jones, uf Graham spent two weeks town s.itiiiil.1)', the animal being) i t. -I It hills thp .
J. M. grrniH.I'se Hill
thi-slll be sold, killed HKOWM.I..EChnirmun I L llnlly drove: & Fruit Company'
Tuesday in, ti'>\'". lit U reduction ": on KinKslgy: Like bv Mr Siluox I Board of County Conimiwlononl.MU .
:1t, for cllsh. I'hiskin hail been cured and wu in : II.\\ .::-.; 1'In') I,'I.OKI DA

Judit.i :/. Adkms, wait a'illitor Wilbur A. Sc,, '_xcilknt condition., I I, W. Al.HhIt.MAN Clerk! UlSStll.antly the Trlegraphnnt Ads- .
to J1I1(|, Spint'( i 2 sa satat,
GuiiHillethe fIrst of the week. the holidays
:'I.... and Mrs.J he'is F parents .i Judge und Mi... GelA.; (:i.irilincr' located at the Lrntliuugh;; plate; '

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph I Mr and .Mr*. II. Austin motored' to which they have ptirciiased :\It.. :Mar- 10
office. II.i->tiiii > to spend l the* Christmas holi. ill
"'. A. ; > cotte a teal estate broker and 1 is

spent the hulidu r.iicuigu. ia., daywith, their children und grand.: developing ": (00 acres of land into sub.I J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE
: h hm
fUIIIiI < hildiui.
Miss Francis Murihee, of Graham )'. divisions bordering Crosby Luke. | .

was a visitor to town Tuesday. ,> I IMiss
I .V -11:111Iaz"' on the roof of the : '
)Ir. and Sirs. ; Florence Matthews of Sturke,
L, 1) Johns of Tampa, was transacting and children of, I rim-fellow Bennett house, S, Walnut stre-i't lust is the house-guc-i-t of Mrs C' H. Me-
business t the noli Thursday, called nut the fire depurt- I
here Tuesday days with rtl.itix! i Masters at her home ul :.TJIJ8 I'uliu-
| Lawtey iiic-nt but the flumes
were I yiu avenue- Palma C'eui Park. Miss !

town Mrs.last II. I). May of Theressa was in I For first da-, Inl'I'io; i-il hy volunteer with eXtinKUiKh-1 Matthews arri\Hi| in Tampa .Sunday, AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

Friday und to spend several days UK a guest at
exterior drool i Bert Ito- Johnnie Uaiaden, ibiieeted with the I I|I the :Masters home She. was form.crly | STARKE
Starke FLA.
gart, Fit
"Mrs. A. N. Marcotte, i.s spending a i It* U. S. Naval hospital' re-nxucol.1' returned ,. u student of the 1 Florida. State' II

few days in West Palm I3each. Charlie John to his duties :Monday after || College: for Women at Tullahussc-c and I
loytl by spending the holn1' with his I
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the us parents, member of the Alpha, Delta Phi! sorority -
Maurice G. Seaboard w. the first' Jlr. and :\11'.. \V W. liiuulun. ,],11 -
Lnnirfortl made n business !, of the week 'islfjr, I so her mny college: friendsacre j
trip" to Miicclenny Wednesday. will welcome her oner visit "
:Miss Margaret Lung:, of t 'TitusMllu, ..1"1'1"1
Mornitu
Tampa
Orville J. On ; /: Telegraph, flIWGmCOO1C11I/ICQmllmlllDlww! / > :
It i-, Christ who hits been the "' tlmmmtIImmmm IDttSlPtpmmmmllNDt
( >jl. I). n. Knight spent Tuesday I spending) h"litlaYI4I i :\ll'l mall holidays will c-nts in I with her mother :Mrs F. II Long P ;n
transacting business in Lake City. Gould! two eif intipton'x prominent
Tampa. will lies..t today fur1: ill 11I1, where she business weicin StarkcWednes
men, -
Col. K.: M. Johns war visitor to Jack Bniffrs, of He- will visit Miss Klmii. Uolnnctte. day. Both tccntlcmcii lire well pleased Wood Wanted i
wastl'lIn..IIClilllC
-- --- -- :
Jacksonville one day last wt>ek. ;I with the rapid growth Ihinipton i is
usioesIce' latter MHMn&ti'lli* llnsenburg, mid Nita I
enojintr.: ll.imptoii! lEiaih. Hanipton'itine
part of last wcikFrank .
Tiniilin-on of Luke Butler I
were
Arthur I. Gould, of Hampton, lake result, according to :Mr
In, the city Tuesday. was I among those from out of town attending burden, will noon bee one of the main Beginning October: 1st., we will pay $100; ()( per Cord i
.
and S.ini if Lakeland the
funeral uf Has
1'. lirmaon
-- resorts of North Florida, the buildings P. O. It. .
I are hl're'I (n.V.. Hmson of now going there being of theHost
business visitor, Hampton, wasa their uncle, J. M 1. ;MI hubstuntiul Ui de-HiKn.| J. to Stnike ,
Thursday. | A. )1.IlIh/ ) and Charles ,.
son
I $5.00 nor cord I O. It. Jacksonville.
/ Miss Trc-ilricka brothers t of (iiiinesvillcand daughter Fannie' !1st
L. H.
Partridge, of Luke C. U :Muniure-who has l liven far ,
City, was: Elmo anlIt'rrill.: SPV- '
.
.. business visitor uitr this who 1 attending. Shoilir College, \\ e' purchase ..IMM| twelve months In the year and always t-n-
to Starke Wednu i- week in Plant I'rulnwnth) in :Miami is spomlmg this |
City datives K. mi', (Ga.! VMTIin town the- littc-r
duv 1 week with his family. drnTiir lo give full measurements mid make returns promptly.
part of the week I I"
Leo :Mr and Mrs D>, lf Jackfsonvilli : ; Mien' mailing khipmenti mail us copy uf your bill of lading.l .
('unf
the funeral>va. of Jacksonville attended '' returned h>.iy aftei'spending Mi'. and :\Ir... C. W .\lileinian, Sir. Contracts for ueiN, chattel mo'to'' \

services of Has Brin- I the huli'lmke with: 'and ;111''". \\'. J. Kpperson, and Mr. and gage blanks option contracts, D
lion at
the Methodist church Sund.ly. j relumes.Lev'CamSla. I ;Mis I). E. Knight, of Slurke-, num., ranty deeds, retain titlemites, ttirP'"tmc Florida Wood Products Co.

Joe Hill I Sunday ufUrnon to attend the. funer > leases, i'tc., for sale at the !

1 was Williams of Lake Butler of le; and 1 i ol :\1\llIilll's.-Uniul1, : County Tim,':sMi Telegraph office. I
a business visitor to Staike Wednesday I' Allan : Imt th' -'- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
\/t1tf'if1..f' 11.1 I
.Ir ami I ; .. lIn,1h's.; L. A. :Smith and, ili.l-: Mr and Mis I I.:. W. llayihn.l., I:

Mr, and Mrs K IJ. CM nova dren ;Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. hnsoii l of dinner Lrm-sts" Christmas'" day; ;Mr und | IH! 'Im ) @ ItQUlcDID( 1C11< @/ : @ ) )(. : ;:atlripmtJlf: to(DmtunllUtDiOtD/DUtUtDUoNx1( ) ) W
Mrs. K. J.
tie Davis and lit-1 I I 1 J ukxonvillctin'' \ Isillilt' lit the home ;Mrs. N. Ci. Hayes or linn.ke-r; "''r. 11 ifl!

mos daughter Ida Lou, spent Christ- Joe Wamwriiiht !bet\, afternoon ''of Mi I,'. and :Mrs. 1 Ii I''. 'Di-morest this Mrs. P O. lluyi-s and little son, Clifton I

day in the University City. j!j jMr for Ja son"lh, lendinlCIteveral w >mk.l i of Brooker; ;II r. and :MrM: SHaves ,

( days in :Murkis parents unit children uf :Moore Haven; I
Mrs. and :Mrs. L. A. Davis :%01.r. anti Mr. and :Mrs Nwrighl i 1 ;Mr and :\1-r-, .1. L.J 1'ra/c-e: .Ir.. and :Mr. und !Mrs. George" : Keen of Gainesville .. j ,

Gainesville Edward! Tuesday.Burns w..re'Isltors to )I ;, daughter Greensboro, N. C., were ; .und Mr. and :Mrs C. H. Hayc-xi I 7a'V Arr it76 t i v.c{.. tent qlI

Charles HeasK-y of Have i,, holiday guests of his |parents. Col( and and children of !Starke

Miss I and Gus Bealu>', ofrsbursr, :111'". .I. L I-ra/.i-c, at their home on I

the Florence Matthews is spending i, spent several days ot week Walnut HtrntMr Dr. und :Mrs. \\'. I.:. Middluton; hud I I Ias

and week relatives.in Tantpu visiting friends with their father, O. y. I -- guests during the holiday season, I twk

I I I and Mrs Taylor Belcher and :Mr. and Mrs W. (j. bowling und i'hildrcn .

M.: I Messrs. Orville and! Moitt, hen. Taylor, Jr., uf G.irrison-im-llud- Aik'cn, :Mildred, Haiti and wil- '
holidays F. Brown of Tampa spent the and sister, Mms Ine/, onville, i 1 son, New Ynik, visited Mis. Belcher's liana, Mr. and Mrs. I K C. Howling und 174.5THOMAS' dfFFERSOtI-I bS d IM

friends in Starke and Lawtey with were guests of relatng the parents. Col. and Mrs.! J. L. Fntzee, children Raleigh: l Russell und Betty,

and relatives. holidays.Mrs. I during the holid.ivs., ',f .Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs L. K.llowling :. Jefferson Gave '

I ---- and Mrs. :Mae Jones and son, 4
is Miss: Helen Wilson of Jacksonville, Roy Turner fighter, I lIollis V. Knight had as guests during Doutt of Stuart, Mr. und :Mrs. E. L. r

of spending Miss the week in Starke truest Loiaelle of Sumner, a K Mrs the holidays the! following young :Middle-ton of Cocoa, Mr. and ;Mrs. J'I > Us Our Currency "
Louise Peek |
Turner's parents Mr. I. Bar |I men from Luke Butler who are away 1'. Dow ling, uf Lake Butler.

t nun Johns, this week I attending college: Pitt Tomlmton Jr., I "wa' $
Legal .
blanks
ittr
for sale
at the Telegraph
Emory University J. E. :Haines, Jr., The business und program meetingof fi
office.. I; Mr. and Mrs.' K. E. It Jacksonville Tulane University John Padgett Univer ,. the Woman's ;Missionary Society I t1 It was President Thomas Jefferson" ho

:Mrs. Alma I are spending k here .ity of North Carolina.Mr. ''was held Monday afternoon at the proposed our present system of dollars!

spent the McMillan week-end with of Jacksonville the-guests of Mr. am!W. M. I| home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. The dimes and cents. He was a firm supporter
her parents Wainwright. : and :'olr... Jack Murden, of Orlando program was one of unusual Interest r
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. of banks and banking.
Lagergren.Miss .
were guests of her parents, I I( since the subject was 'Childrc-n of oth- y

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, ighter. Mr. and :Mrs J. :'01. Alvarez, during er Land ." Mrs. A. t:. Wall, chairman
Conserve
Marguerite Shriver your coins, place them In bank
spent Misses Lucille. Ethel Cd Sam I "hrNtmus. The were accompanied I of the program committee gave u very

Mrs.Monday' ,John with her parents; Mr. and and Frank Mitchell eland. ; I home by MUM Ail.-en Alvarez and Bib I I I interesting talk about the importance ,and they'll soon mount up.
of
Shriver Brooker. I
spent Wednesday in G ,. I Iv Graham, who will upend the week i>f child lire. Miss Lillian Stump, whois
m Orlando. teaching in an Italian !Mission in A bank account Is a distinct anchor to

Miss May Peek of Jacksonville Mr.: and Mrs. R. en. of I' Tampa gave a most interesting( and r windward.

spent a few days here last week with Brooker; spent Thursdn .with J. Kothlii, of Muncie, Ind, has been :''helpfu I talk about the children in ,

her brother :Mayor C. L. Peek.J. Mrs. Osteens' li.ter. MBare- in Sturku this weak looking after I'i' school th"rv. She made so very clear U you have an account add to It

foo e 1 property interests Thin Is :Mr. Roth I I the great need of mission work to be I

G. Alvarez"of Jacksonville, was1t..e lis' Record visit here, making extensive done in our own State. :Mrs. T. N. If you haven't start one today.

the first of the week visiting. (' DeWitt C. Jones has leg the purchases on the occasion of hi.. Limhaugh of Lakeland, Florida, u
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friends. U. D. Miner stock of vI* k", first trip. He added to his holdings former member of the society was a

I flashlights etc., and d I ext here by purcahsmir solve city property visitor at this meeting. After the program '
Mrs. E. J. Ward of Brooker and] two weeks these article Void' 1 which concluded with a piano so- J

Mrs. Grady Kelley of Quincy were at a reduction of 20 per duel. I 110 by bliss Mona Alderman the hostess -

visiting friends here last Thursday.L. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Marcotte entertained ;I I assisted by her daughters Misses Bradford County Bank'

Charlie Stearns and -Li-es- eleven guests from lAke I j I Mona and Blanche A Alderman served r

A. Canova of Jacksonville, spent burg, were here the fir week", Worth during the holidays. Mr. and [ a delicious salad course consisting of Bradford Financial Stronghold i

the holidays here with his ,parents visiting Mr. Steam's HI B. Mm. :\J.lrl'otte. have recently moved fruit salad, saltines, salted. pecans and Established
!II'. and Mrs. E. E. Canova. Hull. here from Lake WorAi and are pleas- hot chocolate. 1889 STARKE, FLA. ,



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...\a SIX COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA JANUARY 1, 192<1

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1 HOME DEMONSTRATION

AGENTS' REPORTS I Grow Better Profits
Crops
Farmers and Farming . . . f

Columbia-The women of the Fort

[D White and Midway clubs appointed Feilizers

-- .- [} three women to take suggested subjects Ideal
[o and plan the next year's programiudsden

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE [&
(; -I find the business men
[&
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND
of Quincy much interested in
very
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY & home N demonstration work, and glad A greater number of the better! profitable crops of Florida

__ to give prizes for the county contest. during the last thirty years have beef th IDEAL BRANDS.
r ., ,. .. .. r n'-imcrjfr3iniCJC3C3C3'rpt7g3g'rp' 'T"??' "r'r?' -7'Sg'ii -
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EW.I.\, YISf: CONTESTKKSUIr: I southern and central Florida. Why iIIsboroughThe first council Consult Our Serif nization
1 meeting was held recently, at which
INDICATE not plan to supply) Home of this de. time the constitution and by-laws The services of our Horticultl C. F. Floyd and Dr. M. I n.
PRODUCTION: IS LOW1 mand on your local markets ?
.. I I Fruits: No farm home should be were adopted. The work for the year Leonard Entomologist and Plant Pal.associated with our subs. !1-

Gainesville. KhT-NVurly 10-000'o without fruit. Florida farm homes can was planned. iary the Florida Agricultural Suppl* are at your command. .

thickens. from 40 different Horldn, and] should have a wide, variety of Alathua-Tho I'arent-Teather Association
flock,.have been onteipd, in the home
fruitx.
At
least enough of following
one helped club !twirls at Waldo to
elt'lt'III'lnJt' content being conducted by for home use should be buy an oil stove In return the girls

the jn utr! > innn of the Agricultural vided: pears, peaches, Japanese per-1 are to prepare and serve refreshmentsfor Wilson-Toomer Hizer Company
Rxtension lIiviMlun. Reports. nn thcnofloiks
| simmons, fi>rMt pecans etc., und in them at their regular meetings.
for the month of ;November ,nouthern 1'lorida, avocado, Mangoes, I

whit are just 'now tabulated, Indicate 11"11111II1u'a": / loquats and others. Uude,' -Organized! four junior home Manufacturers of Meal! Fertilizers I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
that the average: .induction for '''demonstration clubs at Riverside

the month wok- low the inerage: being WHAT i IT COSTS TO KEEP \ I I\ school. Miss. Delaney, the principal, Establisl 3Aboat

only .nix eggs: Pr binl. It is. in the hope DAIRY COW ONE/ YEAR attended, the Girls'! Club :Short Course

.of .incrt'ining. .wlI1t..r i-KK production': i Iin laJIahassee lust summer, and wa,
anti tj"I/1K "I'ttl.'r IIUUIIl'y| un'J ---. Gainesville, Ma.-What will it font t; 'determined to have ut l least one girl ,I

Cement$ that the cunteHl hits l>einxlaited. t
I. November wait. the finstmonth. qui'-tion is ,
frequently' askc-d, ptutic- summer. -Use the Tel' t Ads- -
Wally in recent months since it short- j I 116uriffeaUh -- ---- : : ---:-:--- -==-

Uuckyurd and commercial I flocks no of milk Mini its: products I in Florida . . . Child

scemi'd to biive the edge, on average has given dairying Jill added, impetux ,I. EXTRACTS! FROM COUNTY I NoVorms I have FLORIDA OLD AND NEWA
All childless, traulili an ooOtMl. -
farm flock when it came to luyniK in the
state John
:M. Scott,. AGENTS' 1tJ:I'Olt'fS healthy color. which I I' (Oil Mdi.iturbancn.a
Ability. The five bent biukynrd fl-wks. animal Industrialist of the Florida.1 ruin there la more ,
containing! from one to .10 birdu, wereerterod Experiment: Station, answers it. GKOVFS TASTfcLES: vun rcitularly .' Complete and UptoDatellandboolk

Ly1: I'''. J. C. Perkins' I'aisley. lie says' it is. difficult to answer I' I'U"Co-OIl" d aIrym:sn stinted a Carpet Things You Should Know for prove two the or UWmloo three wee a l oral he blood.Strength Ira--

l :Mm. W. II. Cook 7.l'phr'hill, Hiali a question mtelliuently because griiss, demonstration this week.WashingtonThe eninn Tonic to the wl,i iture will then Reliable information
"Wilbur J. Walker, Live Onk. Mm.I K.Handy :.. of the wide difference of opinions asto throw,,"or dispel th Mid win be regarding
I perfect health Pi,| 60c per bottln. soils, climate schools, (churches
rand and Mi" ( K. how '
Island much Seed a cow shield beDriven. C'hipley Chamber .
population roads banks
1'resit, Welnkii.Thi For instance, some think it ''of Commerce has agreed: to co-operate' ; I II deposits and real railroads estate.
five .host. farm flocks, contain vtaxtrful [ with in
to give a cow more than H men my woik.
injr/ from :SI 1 to 200 birds, were enteiudIjyMrt. pounds of grain a day. On the other For La chs I Ii Everyone i of the sixty-six
I Hamilton Cover I counties in Florida treated in a
: Willie Kdge.: C'cst..i"w, Mr* hand many careful feeders do not crops lire doing

J. II. lIuu
Hull, Grim-land, nriieitl: I,. !Jlelm.Vnu- :, pounds of ftifd a day and[ feel that it : Many fields. are affording! some pasture ,by John Joseph Calnci.M. IXr i Achin orSt map.Also

fibula, and Mrs.I 1) G. r.ollllUIUII1,1'. : IH money well spent. [i for hog 1--k- I II a double page map showing -
I _. I scler. the location of tho counties
e--; I /How muih to feed n cw will depend FACIAL ERCPTIONS ...
The five brut commercial flocks of I on several factors. : ((1.) The \'olll"in-As"i..tl',1 new man to secure I I II of Florida; a second double page
over 200 buds were entered by :M.Wuisholek cow's ability to digest and utilize feed j I )lease and st.irtc 30-utic potato farm Tho most common facial skin i map indicating the roads of the

South Jacksonville. H. for milk production: ((2)) The amount 'this week. He is using plow land disease is acne. It doOR not depend I Illexican state, hard-surfaced, semi-sur

Harm, Oll'hllppyV.. G. Womble, uf milk xhu. will produce,; (3.) The,{ that would otherwise have lain idle.'The upon. a Therefore blood-condition" for its otiirin. Brings 1 cliefsuffererli faced, graded and unimproved;

.liU'kxiimillo, C. IJ. Kurka, .liukson-' cost. of the food! in comparison,. with iJaytonu-DeLand Farms are preI do not it. 'bloottnedicines" j I nnd a third double page map
cure
ville, and (i. L. Dm'man, Live Onk.Keifird the value of the milk produced.Some I I paring to establish a model poultry Of111fitio'ed ""' ., I!.. showing the railways of Floridain

of production are kept by entrants cows ('fill dnreMt) only a small ''farm about eight miles from lit Lund from This a few disease small varies pustules in severity to I nl.., 'w 11I",".' 111.1""r 1'.11''. I operation or to bo constructed.Size .

mid] Ihe birds are kept nt amount of feed. If any more than || ami[ have asked that I furnish. plans large ones, the latter often many leaving 1111I11\4) Illatterfict till-y 100/11 I. /;' ,"111. ."" .11' 8xll. 480( Pages
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home. The content ill continue for this is given their diurcption ii upset for yards. and buildings and assist in disfiguring pits or A riel "f I h, "I d..III'.: 1111'1I1o""II .\
Hears. .. More than 100 beautiful
oil.. year, or until. November :W.i() 1U(5.rum :!( and may be out of condition for several stinting the farm with lit least 1..100 certain germ, the acne baccillua ,\\ 1 reproductions -
I I of Florida
"m.In scenery.
1-ciiKsiioNS-; -- days This will result in n very birds. They agree to follow my recommendations may be found with the microscope, Iho... .. ("" Iry ,,!., i. Trice $2.00 per including
copy
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dctidcd decrease' in the flow/ of milk. from "tllrt to finish.trtuk and may rather accompany than Alegirall :II" \ .h. 1<11"."'". '
"FOR 11IK COMING \'KKCj.uni'sville Other cow may eat and diirest larffe I I cause the eruption. We know that hll" 1"11.. u-, ,"'.." 1"11 I 0 I filleLIM cost of mailing. ,

; quantity of feed, but produce litllo crops for their table, and the ii rich highly-seasoned diet will r.mlll.RIII hR"1 III< fe".I.. ror. 1.11'' i I I"I'llry
I"III.-"A balanced farm ) .
lend! color to the cheese [ ,1 [ Rufus R. Wilson
milk. :Some; demand is. picture; 4!' .11' I' I
As '
tows may consume great. ti result of anIncreased we t s ,
a ,
and It 1 P
rogriiin a prosperous agriculture and tho like, including mince 1M' at -
in l WU"! !! might well be the slogan large quantity of feed and l nt the I I demand prices are ulso good fried I foodH ore to be avoided.Pie4and Hit 111'.111"11'unintle 4.t&t,4& "',*, It po..c', ,.,', PublisherOrlando

tif members of the stuff of I the Collegeof same time produce a large flow of and it does seem that there' is some They" overload certain glands of IIlm".t mn..II1K,."I'Clt Pulver nntl -"Ollll taking I Florida

Agriculture and Experiment: Station milk. money lo be niiulo in the venture.I the skin which are already choked .'"Ulwdle"" ". ''' ,,'rrrt or ...
and Extension Unision. Ilcionro The best way to determine how am going to suggest the i idea< to t -i! inactive.: \ A plain diet of wonderful"R) the I'h':'". ,\11 drlllf"I.o AGENTS

n number at their suggestions boiled mtiih to feed \is to first find out how Si Smith IIn.110(1 Lai kins and GusWeeks tpirxa brood, fresh vegetables, and "holes. :.! anlll.lnlmcllt or ,

t I.,wit for iiiuk| reading. much milk, the cow will produce, and und, other farmers around the plenty of fruits and drinkin<;-wat...r'h Uiry van W1 frj'

fiittonTins;; : is. till. the standard then feed iitcordinirly./ Thnt is, a community and Bee if wt can't: increase to bo commended. Young pe 'ado .
three-irallon not need coffee or tfu.Tho .
money flop of Ihrf South ill mute of feed than cow should be given more our truck acreage: and market pustules should never bo I
n two-irallon -
the bidl weevil but the acreage; pi-int- The mount of cow. garden activities in the communitynext ,, mueezed. They may to carefully! I
feed
ed, to cotton under, present conditions n cow will con. )'I'.Jr. punctured with a clean needle di )- I
SUIIID
should be Mich. that it can be givenproper profitably varies from about 8 pcd in a solution of carbolic nt .d.
to 1 11 I .
care and l poisoned thoroughly pounds a day. The largest: DK.MV: IN before using and then swnbb ''I

iirmnHt) the weevil. (Jet the very best 1 amount should .be given when the cow with: cotton wet with peroxide! I Ihydrogen. l

need of early varieties. II nol i.. lining. .the.. .,.Impost flow of mill III. Remedies Found for lioutKnotlihich If hi.t wet pucks atI i I ;
use plontyI"'A'te"I"'oveevilm ANTEDh
III..4 "u'_'_'.''.,,__ .. J'ol..on.. .. .s me miiK now oireuses| ilciicnsc \ Menaced C'cr'aiii Crops applied l to the facts, be sure to joi-<

the so that thu I.the feedhen the cow is dry ifpasture low with cold packs, a minute 01

cotton: plants: cnn set a 'I'UP.| and dust. is rood the feed cal lit. re The ino>o t destructive dison_e of two after. licnve tile special mcuic-
duced ation to !
to about half. phynici
later if truck crops in the south is loot-knot. your
ncci'Hxary. It should, 'not bo difficult for caused 1 by a .small WOI'l1IIl'onging! to The iv'0 patient xhou'd; use Us i j
Corn: It is not reconkiiientled,! that any
own towels and pillow-linen.! T 3 I
one to diU'rmuiu the
Life Klonda farmer the annual 1 cost in group known us "round worm" or 1
plant coin as amoney ; face should not lie daubed w. !It
dollars and, "
l h tents for kN'pinhis "lIemutot,", a group \\ni'h, include 1I
crop y itself. A liberal acreHire olntmcnU. or cheap lather. ,t I
of the crop to supply his wnin or her iow. Estimate,: \ Uio daily train: I the hookworm. Iy! boring into the Up up the pores. A (toed le.1 i

) v!.. :":.11 i its place liowcvei. Plant, feed ut JO to 12 pounds for 2*.> days; toots of the plants this worm poisons fr t'!.e fact /la mae,! by ad
corn on \vi'll.nei a.'i.i: land 1 and feitilive I- ut M pounds: for the next ::1.-> das; at I them, causing! them to make large. horacic! ncil\ to water in 1\' ynrnTth vith trucks to contract the cut-

il| well. In or 1 hetween, I the tpjnmds' ) for therest of the year or .10 knot-like galls. Infested plants either d_,C'N'.I: for it ii her tin '. j
rows
I plnnt cowptni velvet beany ,, duyw. This .siimati will give soniethink' the tompletey or fail to develop into I.o.>-r"i-j.ilco li: 'it'r_ applied fl.':inci -.. : d of Lath
or hauling Cypress
nuts. pea"o t less thiiii I.OIIO pounds.. In adidition 'healthy, profitable plants. the tiny groves ii the Wn, tit j t

. Sweet PotatoesThis: crop has not ,,i to the 1l1'lIin. rouhaifc should .be The Dcparlnicnt of Kiitomulogy ot hut pliojld/ ba rinsed lichtlj after furnish the timber. Aver j
been fed. Silage, good hay or some soiling the Experiment: the npp Jcation. Use no foce-pow- Bve to j
properly Station has for ,
iippivtinUd. With
> rood sev- dori 'r.'n*,I'nhfp l"-art 01 urknowrlcoloil
frond l 1'0"| are Figuring: Oil the basis. oral years been experimenting with
manati'iuunt sweet
potatoes : ingrejionts. j ;
| of the cow's I'utinl 10 ul l 4 miles. ,
pounds
should u day different
beconii. n money crop in I-'lor-I while methods of freeing the %oil ,
Itla. They nuikc a good food( and fceJ on pasture, and 20 pounds a day of these pent. As u result of thii
crop for home line, also. 'while not. on pasture, it takes about work several methods. have been NEXT WEEK-:

Legumes! : No farmer can becomoperniHiieiiiiy I two tons a ,-car. By finding out the fected which fit the needs of different p..r-. "POUCHY r'nonsr" V; buy Cypress Blocks f. o. b.Ci. .
cost of
grain and hay in .
richer tnnn nis sou. L.e- you inn determirtv! ;Your r'uhly.-tI m"iirh.Imrhood : ; types of growers. Write
r loading point. or see
iruiiH'd licit only improve the soil but exact cost. in One of the cheapest of these methods .
also 1: fill a nun'li-l'olt foil need. / For some this your case. is the summer fallow. It has been A TONIC i
No systrin of rotation should fad] cost will seem large ; found
iniliiile to at first. But you have milk that by keeping the soil free Gravels Tasteless chill Tonic restores .
cream
one nr of of
moro the
following vegetation all
/ butter buttermilk summer und frc. Energy and
and other milk Vitality by Purifying and
I'eiinutH
\rl\et beans products -
coupons, bejfirarueed fluently harrowing it to break 4
up any Enriching the Blood.
( and ciot.ilaiia. practically exery day in the trusts that may form after When you feel its ,

Hume Garden: "I.ivo lit home and year. This excepting for the lubor rains und exclude! air. the heavy strengthening. Invigorating effect see howit
number of
board at tile sniue place, while) an costs about 10 to .10 cents u day. If worms in an infested field can, in brings color to tho cheeks and howit BER MANUFACTURING '

(,M slogan, in a /good one. Special. attention if you will figure the cost of the milk single. : summer, be reduced to pointwhere a Improves the appetite you will then
a
xhould, be given to the home I bought to outright, you will dee ,Ie .it I the growing(' of it profitable appreciate its true tonic value. i I I

Kitrden. : preptirinkthe_' land well al.TOrtinzing .' pll.vs keep, _a cow..:. truck crop during the following season Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic is simply COMPANY
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nnrr.iiiy. AiuieHsiVe' plantings / RURAL: ; is. oMlbla! I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
nhould he COMMON SENSELet's ; pleasant even children like IL
made The blood
th'ohout i the
Hut
this
I' method 1 of GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
('ruIi'uting.the }
)'cllr. Try 'I the Market needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to ,
Garden from
llusinossAs post the soil .
Park was found! to be Enrich it. Destroys Malarial and .
: Horida! germs
out millions of dollar is 'annually for hog paying nl..utswhen A SidcJiiic 'I his War very' destructive to soil fertility. Away Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invlgur-I &:I.
was sought to obtain the benefitsof ating LITcct. 60c.
much more of it could] ] be nuaudnt (Hy Spuils Johnson) the summer fallow without its
home. Kvcrj f.unu'ishould' I had talk with "
have a my good friend Injurious effects Such L --
one or more, mows aiul provide, them :Mrs. Spencer, when I wits in town! the" finally discovered in the u growing WilY !was of Sc

with green growing crop" and saniUry other day. "Spuds,1. she said, "why bush velvet beans on the land which
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siirnniiulinnTheie is a fair don't you and the other farmeis of I are kept in constant cultivation.

demand! now for. pigs as breeding( your community KO into the market this method it has been found By
possible
stock at farmer prices Have hogs ifarden business, us a sideline and grow to secure n thorough eradication ire'Fence
viicclnnlvil auiiinwi, tholeui. some vegetables us Car Loa
and other crops to in the old method the farmer is able to
Dairy Cattle: The supply of milk help feed nil\ of these people that are grow a truck crop on his land
In I-'lori.l is far behind the demand l I coiningdowithere ? For the past several year. every

and._, not_ _likely_ to vat L. h. .up MUMI. PairyIIIK .!monthit has been next to int. For ....",11".1.. .nn.....:. ........... ......_..._ 1 I
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vi ivi 9 n |'iin liiiiut; return oil possible to Ret fresh' vegetables in suf .UIULlU'U
.npital nnd labor ficient crops, where a more thorough/: and IVED
in n"al'ly'ery sec quantity and of good! quality quicker eradication, A
tion of the "tati1. Keep food cows and on the local markets' here, nnd the ods. of soil is desired meth.

feed them well. condition, I is very similar in other cities have been sterilization. by chemicals
Poultry: l'lol'id" ill and developed. One of the
i not producing/ towns. It seems to me that it
most
nearly the amount of poultry products would be a profitable thing satisfactorry of these is the
for
consumed in the su tc. The demand i Is j'I farmer to grow n few acres of vejre.the double solution treatment of of the soil with a Cash Pi 10.95 For 20 Rod Roll

good, and rood flock I table and sodium cyanide and ammo
a ( well managed truck crops and supply them nium
should, pay big dividends. Keep tile i i direct to grocery stores and other the sulphate. This not only kills out I U 16th
nuary
poultry houses clean ,a'nd siinitary. See,; dealers! in their nearest towns." in worms. but leaves the soil so rich

that tho water is wholesome. I I,1\ sir, it was the first time I the nitrogen that some people consider ,I

Bees: The proper handling of a1!I had thought of it that way. Of course I fied entire from the cost of the treatment Jifsti-

few hives of bees si:mild prove profitable I I we always grow a few truck alone. standpoint of soil fertilitY -

and interesting\ ".,.it many farm each year, and ship a lot of them crops out. the Calcium cyanide also kills Ll
mematodes
A few Colonies will fUlll_h the fariu I Ier but i it hud not occurred l to me to (ro salt and is as well as the sodium C. Jones
more
cheaply
and his family with a delicious, into the market garden business and Sulphur applied. I .
has been
wholesome food ata minimum ''help supply found to be
cost some of the tremendous aid
jrreat! in
and' a ready sale can always be found demand in local stores. In practically it has controlling the pests I
not been
found
for any surplus. every town in Florida, it is a hard a very thorough possible to secure nl I FLORIDAa

Market Gardens: A good demand' matter for housekeepers to get ade means. However cleanup by
the
for 'market!; gardencrops exists in quate supplies of fresh vegetables and this treatment is much in cheapness its favor. ,


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'IID.'Y JANUARY 1. 192 BRADFORD
COUNTY
.. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SF.VRNth.ni

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} I unassuming air.
I gave him a Swift dance. I the above Ktylud rau... to.wit Kvlnrt M i 1 tdi'cn. .parcela or tracts of lan,| itper .

P. I Elli I Smith, if alive, and If dtad to his unknown .. either lt. heim, d.yl.....h..I"nl.. or
?llJh % 'In i I ( saw approval in my eyes. :Miss Clemmine Hull, of Tampa is hi'in. 01,'........), It ttatcea land IIr.....*.*. and lherwine' : Jesse K -dHh rmlflfnce unknown.nl.. to

: ci :, 1"h'huh. I think so too" she aid here spending! the holidays with her .o alt ir...n. having or claiming, any Intereat complainant' l : tend air .1 pi-nntn claiming' anytntrreia

"tl it loud. hi flat' following diworlluid In tutu. undtr him and to those oertaln'plfcr .
I I parents Mr. and[ :Mrs. A. C. Hall. to.rmtinitdt | *. reiterative r-r tracta of Und hereinafter

.Nhull]) we dunce ?" he asked onddenI G W. Sheffield! was visitor to You HMil each ut You are Iti'iftty H\ilriMl\ tli'.eriUt1. elthi an helm. ien\ tn. nrantm

I I. niising. his anti ? tn be and ut>l>vnr tH'foit. I I hi indoor uC the 1.'ir. or othirwUc) Nancy Ttrral I Irvm.i.ncc unknown
I eyes meeting myi Hampton Saturday. cuit court uf the Kitthih:, Judicial, Cement: of .n.nl"l"n..t. nnd'or all ini.n.
.
s l i 1ILbein9 VIM-' hesitated for a moment. I I :Misses cli-mmie anti LucillsHall :F.'I:: ot rlor.tl in 'd."r: llrnilforil Active nterrnt under her In unit m 'h..nlaln.ln.certain
I ;
1 t urtiss find I had 1 hl on the JTiih, January piocr imrceln or trarta of land herlnafterdi
'I a sort of underN'linding wrro the guests of :Miss Ki .' Dnl of ;. .
y A I'> 1 J$. At the court hoiiHt In nnid euun.y.in > rrihrd .lh. an h'I. d<*,1.... urantitii orcotawtsowback.
( h.t e should alwudanvv i Graham Friday evening.Mrs. ; the town uf M I.rk\'. Ilorutn. tu .n.wvr un all irnionii known or ..nkn." n

''I! HK fir-t time' together when I : >%sera bill uf comi'lamt xiulitunl .Httmntityou ilmniinir,I nny intt.ptwt or ...... in Alma I tothe
out sit
I 1 Dryden, of Graham spvnt' tn said court ty ill atmonurniad coin- hereelvassafterherdmist! In 101 or any i..

Cintfessic l!) i Mi'ipH-r or daiui Sunday afternoon henwith Mrs.lingers. : plakincent- 'h rof. Maul lnititn lying I In.low and. Kituntf' ..

( the (Hut; 1 there was u strange unfathom- 'I ill.( Ur..dI..rd.1111I.> JVU'ttrni>li. u M,..ihiynimpiT the Ctumty of |ln.dford some let f I .urlda uhkhlnndn

...... iuiblinh.il in fit town of Starko. are more fully and uriicularly' ili>*oillMitinn
of (a new wife sucklialsh, diK command in the dark luminous Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Hall hud as ,.....it ford County. rlorulH In heavily iKmunHt follow* :

-Mof the man ut my ", idih -. their guests Sunday their daughter "a lui the n.wminr m Mliich, tin notice .hullpubliMlitt.1 I l Item I.

Illustrated! bai Paul Robinson 0q I \.\' >' shouldn't I tease Curtis n little I and son-in-lnw, :Mr. and Mrs. i:. I,. 1"!. t handle described for fiun In count eonHictiiiviutrvlm.bill of complaint' 1 I nn 1.'rnrt".al? 8 Section. and 4. (cimtamin.ftmut.nni Uti .r.r..1 41 acnvfriictfonal to.

: h I Ilt> hud] been most negligent about of Graham and :Mr. and Mrs. G. I.'. ...1! callto which Cuinplinnitiit HiH>k. tooAuut.kVIc Northeast quart of Section 95.Romct .

lomplimpnting i nntl ronovscloull.. are HH follows : note f.>rrd to a* I...'. I anti coniHtnifiu -
ll Copyright Ittl by Puhllahora AtitoeuUr Service I 1 I my gown and I remem Johns and duughter, Doris, of Waldo, ... I 1' 'MllO.seem frnetlonHl Feet half* of

b'r..1! my: little threat that I would I .NI II'. anti NI rs. John Padgett anti familyof 'tt. neatest heir uf the Houthurat .nF. ..r I 'Nurthweat quarter unmet Imiii referred to

mnkc him Jealous before theNorthess"t Quarter uf 1".101 Id. "- an lot 3. eicrpt ft acrea in the Snnthwcuk; core,
Oliver
the
!SALLIE MEETS: .\NJ> OLD' Mr I : DI'\vijlhl."I night I Siding/ land| Miss Rachel nhip 6 Hunih, hiuiK. .- ;.. Lola ly meet -or of aid' tract of Strtlnn 8fi cuiitAininirti '

INTKKESf.IMS ;i She 'In t"I at Monti. Carlo had gone. Upsides Dryden of Grahain. ::1: uf Kibtrt M Sinuh'vub lu iaiun uf ..millction. 17 net*** Northwasat quarter of the North

FRIENDLSOAN; .: lig' couplewhom I r, i nil,'d tlu. iMi-oning, of some of 'l I Mr.uml :Mrs. Gilette and of low ni hif still UIIHU. HH rvcor U,d in I %\ "il'l :i 111)1, children the ntrur.U, of Hrtnllord' Countyi 'loruU.uiul lat,
AND HANDSOME( MAN ,unginiilli fiic "Itnii public qtiHtter ; Southrimt of the
from tul.. 't -% necessary! for one' Hampton spent Sunday here will Mr. eoiituininic, lie,.." ""... ntou ',,,_. w
!\-nouKh .ill.1 IUIli-: I I hu-liund to l know tnnt his wife was still 'i und :Mis., (Goo. W. Sh..ffi..I.I.Ii..w" \Ml'Nb.- like> I HontMiibli? A. Z. AdkliM .-1! quarter. and the Niorthmvotoulartir of I that

What the colour ? Black or red ? ;, II It Iown., ( I di'Mr.ihlo' : in the J utlici,*. n* alto t*. W. A tdi'rman. C lurk. and iMitiwnt qunriff "r smelters ::10., conin nniu
of Second I "*$11'8. I I' eyes of other Ple?). I I Clcninve; and Lucille Hall the .al or ilitu tuurl In the city9 Htarki. .* IHTWB AI I. IN TOWNSHIP, SOI' THUXK .

For the briefest purt a I rematurol.Itruy.the .\ Cuitw wit l.u.king: ncr.iss the tllh. I imd Dewey Muriht'iand Leo Dynl of' Florida this that iMh Lilly of lJ..ml..r. A. l lli. 1). 'PNVKNTYtiNE ,,21'l'r.' being a

!h. 11,26. ,ititfll of 021.71 ai>r..
oKed my eyes "ymgcnus. | fl'ol1lh"I' hat.
signaling Tampa
I IIttl'1l1l.lthe I
to mt-I| movies in Stnrke ALDERMAN

If I won how thrilling it would be I ell by II tel" ihnk.. lU-i i II I Ifutaitleas '" 'I I'I I did, Hut it WHV to accept the, last Thursday niJotht. tSEAL k ClvrkrvNM.HT. The Northenut l.m- t. nf the S"tt Mn..tdonrlvr
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Ilinir of my Rood fortune nt home. a I, '% "unl.\\ amlI inxit >Ii i n --f. Itin" nngton: Pierce- 1). E. Httirht. 11.rlihoiStal.rittor Southwest' quarter. of the Soutboftfttiuart

I I lost it would be more or lens uwkard I I intt'rellllJ :NEXT' \\ EEKItl'adhllt: Curti I NOTICE t Wr CumnliiLnanl, .; U-Jfi-flt-1-JJ <, .r and DIP SouthiaMt ,|U.rt.'r of this Smith-
I
: ; -- -- nut Section 1(1. North of 'the .
that I had I She 'I"nrle..r h.1
admitting to Curtis w."- ,le" "f amo.I dId -- MKUK: I : Southeast ... of the

thrown away three times the amount thyst vritl I l'I 1 I.. Circuit Court rrmlfard Cnuniy. FlorIda. orl.a.t"n'r., I Feat halt ,"f tin SiMiiluvmtiimi
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I' |preelou I I i 1 DO nintmiu-d, ) I", l ,h.n..y. Soullreaeoit, r nf the Soiithwontniarler :
hat I had declared would be my limitit atonMto "I In Circuit Court. Hradf'tiit 0,111111r. Florida. 1".rh
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... 11' .NI r. DALI s. It I I-,I In Clmn.itry.N < anti 'that II of the uthutt
the wheel. I \\ ight inx.Complainant. tinrtrrof tlu Rout of Section( 2t .
quokrt4w
I "ikhtot w." -- a F. tuirk and Clark his wife I :: : :
announcing the re- I I <*. l.u.lll. Houiliweiit quorte-r of %I NorlhuiM,I quarter,
The croupier was bending (
Practical Instructions In I < >i.. H/ McClcnny -t *!., 'umpl"I..n\ I I'- th' half, nf Sniithwiwt iiunrlir' tend Hi.nth-
ve
suit of the play. I looked quickly at 'I "Anll I fipfi-nilnnu. -l iiuarlir, "it't tinSuiitluii ,"/lrh'r of ..
i 1). ill
: II IAotra Thompson ct w
'he l>all. Pierce." Harrington I HOME SEWING 1 'I'hi rnlluHlnit known mail! unknown iliffmlv lattarvaiduratia. '.>n 22 Northin-I l muirtcr ..f the 111outlka.'quarter. .
I South ,half of file M..tith\M
'lei ""' alcove totaled l cnup.v lo... U : Carr To the known and unknown nilnntji. | Number 17. In the 1 H HiTllmi ;'!a. KHM: limit, i>f itNew 'avenIonsit !
By Ruth W Mul 'nny iin.1 .He. AIn
cth Spear McCli-nny AniHinitii .
I q the > n nlmvi Htylrd eaunc', : I Hum 1>
"N'oir" avowed the woman on the i Open I Wilbur. Anliunvttp \\'. I".wl of 8i.tlon Noithumt. uimrt.r' .ftlm
Ju.lK.rn and
...
I I liUHuiinil ll.
doorway = and rhoultF.ok"
== S.mu'I.
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I't t the I .I Northeast uunrt r. South half of Snuh-
newcomer Mnnha.ll .lu.lMin' !
her hiiKhnml. N I l'h""I. .
I I' IIHKH. .
M
tlcrtruiW
irht who had urged me on. I and ... clean. H Mary Norton .',I.t .interior, \VHi, heir of iju.irtMof
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nun 1I1I.ot W. .II.I .
N..rl..n.1
..t, ,mine; I CatherintIs' Fear- 1VU. If alive mid If dind., to their
I smiled ghecpishlly for by some found I mi. ,uiul I Mr. A. E Murvan, if Ih'ln" and If 1hi Northinmt iinnrti RI.I eoh-r1l-t
my- 4#I.! ,. : nulldiviKteit.. or HIMIU.,"'.. and I. ,
Ihe: polite, 1.11. Mnmi41, of il Ninth" "iiumii nf "
; .Itiiil ir "nit As.. .as h..I... ili\iH.t. .linnticini 1..I
known all that nil
I along ilnuninu interemin
uition had
rmn tiritton nr any
I I .I 11. .
"'E'nll'm'e 1" framed. .-W. IfI .. I. anti thv Florida Land kind. Immiuintlnn Ihu faults litrtlniifti diwcrilnu1.Cirteiiiigvt -S. All 'IN 10\\N1IIP SIX l 1'i .
was not red. Aihishai.'flimhnni' n rumnuny a cnrpniriilic.il. If the0"' : ; 'I lIt \NiE. JN'rY.N ; '2i > E\ST
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"Ree. I have lost aussi 1." she continu- clasp, I filI, i ,, 'i il.iiK.i-i ii-uncp. nn.t if ",at. lln accent ri'i'ri.>,.nlllll'... I You Haiti coach of you. mo htrtby required to11'"ismod The NoHMv.-Ht. qonrtftof. 1. the outhAnutiimiiter
hvniiPH or urnntii'. and all '
.d into her pprann! 1 siplieur| | I..r. thf Juilui of IliCir of 1" friuM client V r. tmmrttT
own tongue.
lapinjr hIt i. .
1I.eU.n
air claiminu tiny Inurmt In that lun.lH, .
1 think I of th l.iuhth: Judicial Circuit of
but how much ? Combien ?" I 11" sudden I, In r..IORn'r described.Gneflincist. g-lrept the Front quarter of live NorthinNt -
"Yes enibarasswI t I UuMII14- uf Hurl.in. in mill fur llnulfordCniiniy quarter' of the North went quarter fractlonikl -
face : 1 on thiftlh tiny uf .lanuHey. A. I IItUft. 11.
inquired.] Vicious of I ". con- ; .You nod! viich nf >c'i anhi.ri'liy irctultvdt. I : at the court I:..veto, Muld, : tiouiiiy. I In tlu.timn of fntdlcnnl Houthui'l S-atl-mkt converter. metal I of heSouth ictli.n hal.
qimrti i
"Cent francs" she replied. I .IC 0 of ItI I I" alel, ) aw"Four tafore the Judicial. of tin of Stark.Horldn.I tin "
nni.wcr eastern
I 'nil I': half nf
lean than I man whose presidon i riicuit (',,,..1. uf tin K.jthlh: .luillrlal Circuit hill of ." evlulmtd nua.nnt you in tinnliiut' raet"1 R.II" 21. nut N..h..
dollars. Rather "I
"About five "I I ,; ., Suite uf "II.lnt Hint (' .. I..n Ii7 frn"Iternil Roulh.vest
were of su' I i / Flotillas. on tin JMh Lilly of 0' cnufle.
200." but wonder IIIty that I ? .I '. \ quarter : half of frnrtt.nnl
liimino A
I could not help why I they I D II.fl nl Ih, court hoiwoin 'I'llRradford, county 1'.I."h. n meklyiUMH.iii.r .**.nitheekat qiinrler nf Notation( I,'" 8r.ith limit
were .
'. 110,1 I .""n.y. In the' town if StarkiiFacer.. .
"" In
she hud encouraged me to stake my entire .' pulil.oliiil the lowIf Htlirke.Uiiidfnnl of S.I'll 1 ban, 'I'lal. toiitbrni.! i1IHil4i| I- of tli. I'allit.In .
lo nnwer a wrn bill of complaint' xI County lortilu. I U devotional-!
pile. "Oh ell' e'eit fait I "Ue'" Im.;. ,vd Ellie k" I.A.I -al r h'r.y .t iiunrtcr of Hrrtlnn Ji I. Flint half .f the
ne 1'il'n. : aitalnt you b> lb, complainant In the 1..01 UK ill&newaspoisr in \\hlvh .*' .)hnl!
; walkinA'I b (;ftl11 I I-.\t. vallkled| | ._... 1I.ith.-mskt ipmrtor. of Section ::17 frnrimil
.n. .
added preparing to leave. now he'sI I ) i I l h. pid>linlu>d fair four con icutiwvekt. rate North hnlf mail onthui-nt ipiurier i>f Staith.welatcluartawareA .
I II-' 'I
Mrliilford County TcKiranh if wnklyni .
IniiilH li nrriliiin! bill
KHi.l of the
coinplniui
Instantly bets made and just thirty :','ade l ( ; | In: t ,thr.-it-quart.ra, rnnf
new were I < to- >"H|>nppr publisch4ml! l in the Wallis of Slorke. tali to which still complainantit.. lonuutnnd ; r..t. .
,
inyJoKH utterly forgotten by: the otherplayers ward Interll" 1\11 1 \ ;, f..1 .Hrudriitil.., ,Hi... County. Mnrl.la. In h..rrl.y dmlunnr- n>mo\o cloWd in thin MOM tin. a. fulluwn, : rllnn< tlio Hniitb 1A. 1.,1 .r limit"of"-ftfirtlotml" tt nil, treat No'ih1"' tint

"American"Yes 14 ; ii ; ni-uiiiMipir' In which this notice KluillI'lihlUhi.l tn-wlt .lei Nm I tb\t ,11. nndfmrtlonnl I
whose attention was given to 1 I'N "not.-r t rrHrlionnl "". r
for four
I consecutivavowals.. Tho Lots S. il. 7. 8 and U of Hlork 16. of Uv. :I I South heir .' the H \ I..
the next turn of the wh el. at "i,' lived hin.l: ; ilfMrlln ,1 in could bill of complaint, r>- I h..n.. Truhy & ruiitmn>. H Addition totile strilumv. W.-rl fon, :a".1.N..h. IN< 11116weall"TIPSix
on / \ r //IL'% liibili.il, m-nin.l you in small "I"".. ulylv.l .,....... town of SiHikr County. I thiriIn.w ;
I had never in all.my life been treat. the continent ,. f,,,. ten /f ( lay ",,,,1 conipliiinant. the titlito' which valilriimiilnintint IPSKSS The*IrnM.. .." .. A. Z. A.lktim..liKlttv. ', (At )11"1'1 itviihiv: 'rl*:Slyns.

ed with such absolute indifference 'l'Ilrs-that I I *i.kn l tit quli anti move ..1.11I..r. Ult' K\: : fractional nxeept
? it ofCoreiJn ft\ I )I' Jpu- AM oleo! (I. W. Ahl.rmiin. Irrk. nnd of North half" of Northeast uttitrter ..t Sntllon
11 um. la n follows : like Mini of thin court. In | city of Stnrko. .
and indigannntly I pushed buck I nil Sectiml J nil Star.lion
I
my poi"'lI1l'tlllA'es, J.> n Illork Mn ''Ili anti I Loan I und 2 of Pinch r..I..nnl r.ael..1
,;I : l I '.rld". 'thin IHth lily of Mi-cmnl-tr, A H S. allocate C. 2. :14 r.. .'. '0\
; .' : I.
chair. : .
1. I
my dear and l .4 1 : all In T. m.I.' Addition to the town of 1 1025. I
'nreer.I '1J\ ll\ LoI. 1 10 and ?0 and LotsI
; Stnrlfit UrnI..,. ( Morldil.WirSH. 1a".1
'onnty.
'i. O. W. Al I FKM\N: '
( M
I and I--! X ( !f'
n.,1
I .. I ; th. llononihlo A. Z. Ailkln. (SF\U: ) flrrk 11 ..
11 f. ,, lot IT. ill feet n the forest
"
11 ..1114vall.. H> almn l li/ W All"'rmnn. Clrrk. and 11. K.: H Ml; H T. Sltirkv. TlorlilaSuhuilor r
:J hith i.f Uit ,Ill in ,Itloek I and aM 1'l.irk 7 exrt'i'l -
I jLt: I- Ihiinl or this colors In the city of btarko. for Complmiinnt. Ill-2ti-fit-1-22. I 1-t. I 1l\) I \. IM' still, Jl I 8...I U.tM 1. Jit .
Miilita, this tilth day of IVcrmbi A. D. \
.k 14 41 12r.!' I In Work and I.ota 2. 1 o mill 4 In ,ltl-k

,' nnd l mot21 mid 1 4 In Mork |Is tt all tot 2
; ,- I 'i 0"
; aoo.: <: w. ALDERMAN
1'k ; 01 NOTKKIn In, ttliiek U. find l-" i Faced 4 In Hlorktj. ,
nnd I 4
0
,
f.orJ-I' I .1 W? I I 48FL1 i Clerk II .
t. I .11, li .;l, _. \ ,.;) f I f t). K; hVlr.HT. Rtarke.Florlila' _, I I.I mid I..itn. !:1 and I In Ittnrk 11 still\ Loan
T 4 1 "\" : ;. 'al 'a-. ; 1, ', 2 ;nd. 4. A. M. 10 nit"at K' 'n Itlnrk I II 1. metal Imateas,
\ \:- ItHr.j.IIW.rt.; k I solicitor for Ciimpluinnnt. 1 1NOTICK 12.26.6t.I.22 Cr.ult Court Bradford l County. 8tnti. of .
: I If'' I jJ"Mfl' I. 2. 4. at. R. 0. 11 rand 'I' a.,1 Hubd.vlHlnnn A.
;l \1\ .."' : .1..1,1. I i f Lot In IMocU 1ft find, aMIllork
i1I J M. C and p r> in
1 4 Z. \ \1 \\ \' i"" 14ftJl. : I 04 I (,I k' : Tliu a .N..lonnl.nk of I'rtvratiurK. It txrent 1"1.lyl.I,... .\. ft. ( nnd (

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:.. I 11 "rllon. sand, F I M-o S lull Ions .
I 1101 \ 11 t' J I In Circuit Cmirt. llradfont County floriila .r lot 2 .r n
iiii, I 11"lnl"rr It. C cartel II nf l lot 1. .n,1 I S-ibdivloilonal, A. l I'
I 1/111'\/ \ 11\1\\A i 4 -- 0;I i.r-A!'Q : !k A. W. ToUy.Complainant.. K. E. llinrkln.
i CI '- ': 1\1i::! : D.-restedurat. .. List 4 nnd 1 l-"t K nnd '41,11-1111-1-In, l \ of f.otMM

I I \ : A I Civil Action .I 1 "l10' \. II \. HIIII W. ot biilf of I-t.
; ,X I ar veJames nnd I I., r. t>. F I: need' F. Hiil.ilMalnn
"I /Iil\\ ( Ham It".0-4,00o,. \ M .1'
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I V1-4 C. Cultrn. ct al., i
! \ r 'i; 44ir4 k* Di'fundanta. Tit f:. HincUN 'I tall .11" ,";""Ie r.-.l,',| ,.... lit I l'. Hud I I...'. A Food I and Tnt 'Jl In Ttlorknd
Illn i J In Hlork H mail'
<" Irfitu 1.t n and I a
a
y To tho known and. unknown finltinla In *
. 'I I I. r 11 l. ) ) I,., I I rI thead...v, Htyh'd ratine' tu-wlt : Jami1 C. Cull .n.Von unit t coach of y.ju .. 11 1-1-11- tuki notice 'Inlf nerVal\ corner of 4th and LxKilnc Sir....*
'* linn Lien In I tub"din '' n ltd I I-t-( tnut I In ''..ok0 and' I.lit* 1. It
hiU/ \ l Ipn. John Alexander Onhfttn Jamiv I. nt n pull by ,"a.Im. r .
I I )f JI/ ... the Circuit Bradford County card I anti ""lnlI..I' and l I of Lot 1. .
I \\ : I i.01' Samui I C I une. .1 I> Mi'Lernnre. JR I 11.tn. .
.
lo Al 02.! HI.:
L'fl 21)
20.
1' "Sallie1 name Purl Jr .1. C FH.Iy. T W I'ltls. ("IneirlesRlat. I sun, I.. .,f I 1..1" by the National Bank of Block "I.rk.
: I!Qr t\ 'MAKIXG SEGLICr.ES Is. and against "17 :MA and 39 and all ,Itlnrk 41 Houth nf
r; called W. R. l..n. F I. Mi-Cull PonnMMcHn. ntUurif a r >.oration plnlatf. :i. .
; lice. I 8. A. It. Kallwny in I IleFu1: elidIf Biimnon -
follow- the '
the
are Charlt- Tut I IP. If nl vp anti If I I I. V: HinrM. M ""r.ndl" .
They arc so ,,:mple yoj will not of Mid defendant City nil lietnv In Section 4. Township
,1, : looked fault to their ... .kn.h..I.... di \ Imw-fl, bsistriesis iliac ic.crflHd! IHH.IH I".t
V
i i, .11 ri ng. J1e''I1 l u iiat'om.: The dainty It.odelt ,1) lioiiiir I ,.. Seven ((7)) Roiith Itfinu Twenty-onc( I l.iil: .
tn
,,Wt/ ,, t I I' vriinlion : the Florida Railroad Company aritrpnrntion. -n IPoo. oan.
/ ; i J!1 t \ I; E It hurt auto nftnrhid' l *, of that Sampson City, FloridaCommenee .
,li ,:1 "\ a a I It t the loll"1") t. ft should be made If in existence anti if not. In.I'r Inaid suit at renter of O 8 A F lliillwtw
ar attachment
I 1-0 (). W rintii \\r\t\ of
J I ptxiirnlali\eii' and inmfirnH I.uo
.
if
IJH' crepe de ttuno: or other soft opponlto mile, mnrkfd recent
\ < unit wife. 1'nulini Clayton. and nil of uiul' .",1, r the hand ami of this t..k pout 21 .
',4,1' /fi -i' ;, I lateriol: trimmed In lace about an aiatzn., ha\inir nr rlalminv any in'ftmt in rrk| of Mild. r....irt. towltlThi ." and 41 from rnlnihn. and :. t .n

'I ......' 1 ::I"/ 1:1 I tell and a hilIwide.. It is held 11,... folloulnir d.rrol".1. lands.Gritetirlialis Norkh.wl( ipinrtar of Soctfnn Nine.lownnhip railway track 127 threve.q.tith fit Houth. 52 1127 feet fwt tn a, p"int wrest'
'0. 11 .f h."ln.'n"(
..
Iii .V', "I'ver.ratirevitot.mst.
I .. Seven
11 11 : T place at the wwst with double lulh. Jnn. North T1A' I. t fiit t 8. A. L. I'n'l
r. '
,; .. ,. of loolevertwept1viartor 41 -' .
U< I.'Y' and the
You nnd each of Inrtby' requirfdal :
1 ..' 4. .4. -ced .satin ilbtx.n of you ore R..t rl.lil of tlutir, ** 71 .I.-Fool.| ,,N taut on
wny
harmonizing Tom."IrnwrinhIP ny
of Section
I" / I .,' I I. and nplMni .. lire of the Cirnil of VoiOn' -1 ". r
/! ._1 .' N.re't"he'.1 En. i as''". HRI| ( r. rht nf vny IflT ftrl : thence 41?
T..n'y.lwo
it- ones.: As shown at tho right two I sort. of the Clrrult' ofMi'iiilii Slit South n".o.

. it 11'h//#/' I _' -IJ;p'! ., mgths of material are all that is I in and I rear Ilra.ir.ird C"u"'y. Klnridn I Thin Hind 'I.-No.lont. K: I I': llin>.,Uo) and nilnthrr Hit I to point I ,SoiilhiiiMt of: ,itlnnintr>'UHrttr. II StTtinn SoHli of 4 th* 8I

"n 'h,. 250i. day of .limitary A. I). I lOUfl at I Pf-roalram In..1 .hnl aw"Ill' to ti. \I I. | .
of
I 1 1 ., 0Nwill.nut "
9U1 replied to make It. .n.1
of
Cl.-rk "r..r
, ilu ."'Jrl house in uld county In th> townof Paid action nt Iliame. < ... 1,1.... tfrt
and) thi iiith
.( ''''' eat ;, ., Th coat style of negligee shownat : Slnrki. 1 lorl.ln' *o nnnwi, a sworn bill unld court at Stnrkv lackadaisical County. Flor- all,. .," tpinrter h.1 ofIlu
\ : itEmilia.
mail
<: .' A. uunrter <
the lower right Is also of pomnlnlnt! pxhihit.d In Had court In alwwecntitlid I I'lil.' on ,M..I.y. thi first ilny nf brunry .h.
thi South went very easyto uunlnut I Norlhwint iiuiirter nt q
entered
A. W.rest I' MUl' juilunifht will In-
by tH comidnlnant or
I [ I make. It is entirely constructed cniiMe .' still lilt 2 nr Northwii quarter and' list
r
I. .. .
.
The nrndfoi ) T. If vault n
I E v County it you .. .
;);;. I\, Ii.jp :: of of .. .. hand still official I Op"al nt nr frncMontilVi l h.r..r I" N"'h.n.t
: "IiM., 1 straight/ pieces materialsas > | ly ". ... ." r publlKhpd In the town. ofV'nrk I df\cn nndi ......... lying Nrth asset Went of CornelisIr
Florida
; Senior vf n
lorlila IK hi ri'bv StnrtHrndford Cminty.
UrnIf,1 County
I di' } ; shown in the chart at the left. '" ,1", totalif, Salotloon.City <".-
Z I 1 I hinnnlrd! art tin- npWMiiaper". in wh'ch clean this 2nd day nf PI c-mbi r. H'2fl. .r..I.
1'1oo74)1"',," Brocaded) silk nLk corduroy velveteen n<>' ..*i. hall nubllnhed. fur four conwicutiveTin. I i W DFRMAN I I I.. ,if I.. In Hictlfin 4.: .
,
and flannel\ ore often used. In .,, .,.h Clerk. i> I r".t CVmrtPrudford Si rthcawt qiiHrli of I the I."t".1" qunrleri
_. .
.. .
the
________0 1( County. I loridti. viri pt 1" acres in the "", "rl and
In ald bill of rontplnlnttHi ,
the model shown here the collar is land desernot-d : South. half of the South' half of the 4.sth.mItopiort.r
I W .1. KI'I'F.IIHON I II I Isheriff
title. which the mtid comptiiiniiut WIN krt
to
"Sallie!" I heard .made of contrasting material to of the 'Ht Miifirter' Fond the Event
my name culle d thiwfrom In thissuil I Bradford County I.'h.
But hes luml throly I. qii'm, and ram4cliand : :: IM.UI-I.2U.1 1 of the H.nithipmrlir -
of thi uunrtir
u tiiif;
in a familiar voice. I looked up. match the facirg of the eleeves.HM nre an (.,allow.wit : stale of Ht.ridn of N."hw..1 Section A
*"" :
unspoiled. ).EADrR9e1f: belief "-. ... 'The frnetlonal W_t hulf tf Sictlon 21. -
"
:waa ". ; NortluitHt qunrti, of Northeast qiarter.f
"Ellie darling! I exclaimed.\ An d I There was n, nie to *"* 1.1 P"I .... ...1hi -. TownHhlt, T South Ranire 21 Fun except (I. Seetlon 8. Ih

regardless of the unbroken quiet o f ask her the nnsorbmgcarreer. ... r- '. 11.1 at the Houlhwent quarter of the Vorthwewt ouar. Jn1'It: I Iortht-kskmtt qimrter of IInU'h..o quarter and
ter thereof which I-nIA. tmbmri. 1..1. 1. 4. Boulln.B-t of
the lhi> month half of film quarter
room we continued our exclamations We holes; and A and, P. of could meet on. Uiwnthip and ranire.and --
: Action
of delight as ; -- nl.o the Went half of the R.'h..1' ".,.I,,r. In the Circuit. Omrr tenth Judicial Circuit. 9.I Sorthenut
/ we greeted cad of the quarteri
1 found a table in IT room ter of the Mortheatit iuarter of .all election, I In and' For the Countty of I.mdfurd. ..hw..1 uiinrtrr
of the Norlhwrat quarter
other the North hnlf I
in a fond embrace."Where where romam adventures I ZIFF townnhln and ranneWITNFSS since e.f I'lor Id. fn hln.'<*ry.HUHVARI and the North half, of the Southeast quart*"i*

on earth did you come from'How '? suicides The Honorable, A. 7. : > yaoi-FitTirs. ISC | jf anterior ..r Hifttnn 10, Northnut -
long bold robi :' Ziff, I Ill"<'. 2K.-. lr. and Mrs. II, E. .Tu.lire also (}. W. Tderman I..rk. A.lkln.1 n cirr>orntliui orn riutrd and ,. .h.. N.rhw..1 r the' rthennt quarter of li.e
are I '
you going to stay'Where hors uiidir the 'lawn of Floridatoinpliiinani .ar.
lie concote us Heal nf this{ court in it chase of Starke
., 'i hoina.md of Leesburg .I.ln. II half of the Northeast qtuirt.rmeet
are you stopping ? And where'sCurthas d'ouvi, son, spent false .l.'h day. of U.-e.mbi-r, A. I) "," ..n the North. half of ,Its,. 1I..thw.t ',
?" All in i s. i hritlnahui.lu's\ with :Mr. and 'Mrs. C. W. Al.r>EllWSi I II I"* i the Nnithi-iwt iiuarUii anti the North ul".r.I half
one breath Elli ask .
Butwhen Cleric al
Ir. DeWiglne. 'C f. Perk. M-)
i iI ; .1. /It. 'I hom.iH.Mi f the Nnrthwtnt tenarlAr and thv North hUff
ed. .
Only the last question broughtme itwas seri Piercepushed "' F: KVinrrr. Klarke Horldtt. I I""nnl.o..r I th.. 8 | I.
back to .,I'll ..Mrs 'i'ommie Wusilin and food.'rltor for rintplalnant 12-24.1it-t-22. of l.rl. hy J'uhl..llo"I ,
my every-day mind. I __ Section 12 :
"Over his glat I II l-'ainbi\ of \Vnl.h, Mr. and Mrs. O. M'I. 1" TOWNSHIP SEVEN '7.. HOltTII.MM.K .
there! I answered "ami l lse..retly recently vnTlCB I Notlrv Known and Unknown DcftndnntaNrttic
"One could te tn 'rW : '211 MT
I think he's frightfully bored. I' I'\ :il, of ruliiim. spent Sunday In h..y given t. f I.P. a .int i- Results half NTY.O'P bAlf of the North.weet .

lie doesn't ,, from the Sta' don'toften '(, wilh :Mr. and :Mrs. T. D. IJynl.I In Circuit r.,.,,. I'radford County Florida ,). of ",. 1..lr..r. .....,.. MoridaAtixandi'r ; quarter. trial the Hiiiithwent quart of theJorthwent
approve of all this. nodding ihamparne. known compla' njant -
have a ell I\\ tn Chone-TY. 1! 'iI 1 quarter land the .iiitheit, quarterf
Mrs I Joe : of
toward the iplryers and the roulette I KMc-rliee Pompano I) K: Knlrht.Complnlnnnt.. wtifthir ...... or ali\* and nr ni pcmonaU Section It. ALL IN TOWNHMII KVKN:
,,- the holidays here with her ., tender him and to ,
,
wheels parents. .Imlnl tiny In..1 \NfK; : ENTy.'rWi UAST. -#
"Come along you'll I raisinff or:land /UT\ TY .
tracta
pep "I prefer Ev.1 Mr and Mrs. T. I). Pynl.Mr. V111thrijamin ,'thooke .. ph. parcel nr .
him Oh | Klt.ct .1.) helm duvlniei.
up. here he is. half hi>r 'inafter di**>crlb d either a
his water |r< 1 A Swnnn.r lum 4.
: Vance Runs and sons Francis Pefrndnnta.T. irruntftii or othi rwlxc Hiimtn
Curtiss had made his way across the glass. the fnllowinir known and unknown de- I ( .,..l.l..nce unknown to .,.mnl.'hnt. Flat -Uttiiilrond The Nnrthcnut tinmrt-| of th Northeast quar-
find J. H. of Itniokrr in .
the room to meet us and we stood wore our section '..n.liintn I In the 8,ackv. ntvled resolve. a.. Wit : Cnmpanv 'toiltux unknown tit com- to r. N..hw.t iimrter nf Norlhwwt q> .
"' -
still "What are ynh <- Sunday.! Milliinl F "-w.. Itenlamin Kite Cone CrmhyVolney JIM'"*fit I W 1C Thtim.n a r.*iti'nt of Oaim tA-r. iithenHf quarter tar the Northeimt quarr -
for a mooment to chat. If alive\ .. Northwest eaustrio-r nf the Hfiuthwent kilometer.Ne.lithevelict .
having Alvnrex
) mon? declared .1. Shipman. Henry Tall.lrd. IvIIU. Alachua County. Florida' tiavM I.
:Mr and :Mrs C. I,. Atkinson i of I
of H*.uthwi- Nnrthn -
"This luck h irx.'doevhAaP.viersiolom of Mil- quarter
!
Ellie declared] "we're mil If dead. to their unknown aH aftmlnmtratwr nf the frtat 1..I.r.
her
Just dashing ,: second glaa"They're 'Wald. ,,Went thi- wiK'k-enil here with ; nr itr ntea. anal to nil' per on. havlnuir I l I Broun d<.rnmd. ami, "r nil nermniiirla "t quarter of the southeast over to Ciro's for a lit- : onl"iIIerl Mix Atkinson's aunt Mrs. J. W. : claimlnir any Interest In *he lands her*,n.iftrr h..1 ming any Intercut under him In and' t I. i most quarter of 8-mtheivant quarter of 8<-ctlnn

tle frisk. So of course you'll come 'ition deiicribtd IbtnoM hereinafur d. either aa h 21 1
hi d..rlbo.
cans discuss x .... .
o 1.1.wl. Hrvetinrat, othtrwlB, Jamc* 8 uli'irMililcnr0 NortheaMt quarter "f the S ahergat quarter

along. Get your cape Sallie and we'llmeet ami. -more prol*, ire"- HUH.II and Fred Green of Pine Hill You fine$ inch of you am hrnby' reqiiireilto < ..a.wrantoo unknown or to complainant, : Thomas MI,rthwiitt quarter nf the noutheant quarter

you outside." She was gone., They .he and appear IK.fore the Judge 'If ft Knliiht. rnidfnce unknown to ".mpl."nnt; ;.Jlhtfi*>t qunrti of .the M..hw..t quarter.
all .
laugh, with, friends here Saitarday nfte"- F.IhthIll. asset the Southwwit. quarter quarir -
"Well Curtiss inquired with his were ,". Circuit Court of the Thomas J. Durdln reldvnc. unknown t complalrmntt .C .1..1
en- "Some friend ,> in* noon. evicted Circuit of the Stale of Florida. In and I w. K Knltrhl. a. miUlt-nt of 1..ke. of section 22 .

ignmatic smile "as for as the rest of the other day in ould Also, Itra.lford County. Horldn on the Zfith day Hra.lford (I"ou..I,.. Morldn. 1>. M. Oonio SntitbenHt quarti nt the Northwest quarter

the evening it concerned it doesn'tseem ould Mrs. Bill Hinos and son, Ronald, of of January. A. f). li>2*. at the court hnuiio In I d..nL of Jacksonville Duval County. Florida ; .. uthweet quarter of (hit Northwoosit quarter

retrun to the Largo are here spending several days .,,101 count?. In the town nf Stark, Horl.la to V Tonic, a ivnident of Pollution rlorlda. J. anti the Went half of that Nrthwftt quarterf .
as if we had much choice." enhlbltedairalnHt 8outhi'ant of 8ettlun XT .
be impossible fog' I not annwer a sworn bill of complaint Aldtrman. a mldi-nt of Stark. Bradford Count the quarter
line would be to go anyway. I with her mother %Ira. S. U Prescott. y n t) by the complainant in the abnvrHtyhsl Florida I Florida In. (r..ne. unknown Faint three-quartiri..life the Nor.h..t quart.
take a lot to dl t the Hriutheaiii ,. and the Kant Ihriw.limrtvm
}Dell Dukes of Dukes Lyon Crosbyof caune -. Companyuitiia .n."r
adore Ellie you know and haven't .. weeklyne i to e"mpl.ln.1) 1.lmh. KfjutheaMt of the Bout)'-
we :Mrr. Pierce aff/' The Bradford County T..I ". "h. a F.mplreI."m..r of the ituiirtHr
) complainant l
with friends here unknown lo : : .
had half a chance to talk. What's the .Ud''j' Brooker were ..i'aier published In the town of Stark with and atSiarkt. s.zt quarter nf 1II..n, 216. N..lh..t qitartT.r
where Company ot.. AI.nl of flection, I North.
1" XV
one can Friday afternoon. Bradford County Horlda. In hereby ilialicnatd .. L. the. 8outhennt quarter
.
matter. Aren't Bradford ;
you happy dear ? No- wine-then -. nr.vr In which this notice hall\ vent quarter of the North*-ant quarter. North-
why' : ICigdon of Leesburg d n" tool nown to complainant
Mr. '
Riley Mrhay
ticinpr the unmistakable ,, e.coomutiviev, weekn The .I.no. vent "f the Northwutt quarter.
look for four N..h
of dm. told the '10 OI I.! niibliahe Edward. M. Dlckeraon known tn complainant 1..t. .
.
favorit. here with and nn of the "
Mr. of eomplaint o "
"pent Christmas crlhe.1 In metal bill 'nut quarter N.nh..t .
hands ili l antler, all pemonaclaimlnir
appointment in his whether d ad or
eyes. : .1..1 of Hectlon [. IMroWNSMIK.BKVKN
orange juice an 4 Mrs. J. U. Thomas.. hihite.1 auainut you in mill al wo ityled Clauselay interest him In and tothm .r that Hants I-e Kiver 311 1
any
"Naturally expect I had rather hop her"Ellie metal complainant the tithe' to which saidComplainant tracts of l.n,1I : f7> SOUTH, IAM.t
"But wouf certain plerea. parecla .r
ed we'd have you :Mrs I. W. Dyal of Graham spent neeka to intact and to remove cloudtherefrom > either helm, thavoloseeks. I 'IMKN1Y-OSK: f.ili EAST and you .no
little
all sus
a party by ourselves If I h..ln.t.r.I"r. nf hereby ordered to in
appear
Iuughinglj the week end here with her parents la an followa. lowllKouth : I. D Wall frwldenw.unknown each you .
out there." he pointed to the you went you half of Northeant Quarter of SectionA "Ih.rwl.. .. F I. V.Cal|. M... Ih. above tMitltlml Court to sanksweer the bill
Cafe de Paris with its on pi :Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Lewis. Townahip. 7 South Range 21 Ea Akt lyinit; and i Wllllami and ('h.rl.. "f complaint filed awnlnat you In the aforenameil -

many little were a sab bird" l you Livingston and Buddie Russ and being In Hradforil County Florids.wiTNE" W..r. Tom. y.cash and every un caune nn or before the 4th day. of Jan

tables gleaming white under the stars In." f T..... Ho.... blo A. IJuilico. *.". '".. 1.1.. r.ld ._ pervtma alationee nary A. D. l.Hft.Ih .
aKa )
Royce U W.
"it's G. them .
also of
either
too lovely a night to in. "aM son arise inartistic under ,
an .
doors. stay "Well you'll B,* Russ, Roy Thomas Rosco Chesser neal of low. court In the city or Starke.KI.ir.Id. and ever In and to tbowe., certain piece. published. In Hr..r".1 County Florida la howeei

coming Amervon't .. this IHth lay of December. A. 0 14211.G I.ael land riewnbeii, b. deMitrnafd. newspaper In which these
to of
Hazen. nil of Brooker were of traeta h..ln..r
"But Kr.frTV W. A.DtR\lAN p..I. otherwine.Murk notice' shall b. published. for four consecutive
honey you don't seem to re- drink and I either an him d.vl.. wranteea or
though b. in our section Saturday night. SEAL; Clerk not to I I sleekly imitifii prior tu said 4th day of J.nn.

alize that I'm seeing Ellie my very work." Mr. and, Mrs.! Delatha Starling, antilaughter D t;. KNir.HT Bi.rfc. Florida 112 ..HII.22.SOTI"P I whether 1C dead Wynn or olive and,::all, loserecon's elaim-,, D., 12.WI'rNEII
hand and mosamal of office this
best friend in all the world." lean- In hU own pmptyr pvnnn Intereat under and to tho-ur my
"Work net any
"I'm Ther. ( Selma of Gainesville spentthe certain pleeea parcels or tract* of land hereinafter ., !.mb.. A. U lb.8 +

"sorry. I don't mean to crab the rig in the word. said week-end here with her parent ; dewrribed. either an, h. de lnee G. % ALDERMAN

party. he apologized "my wantingyou it made it perfec I was e Florid. vranteea or olh..I..: R. Str"". frealdenc Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Bradford County
In Circuit Court to .< :.; J. Sternber Bradford County State of Ftor-
to myself is the penalty you pay no ordinary Job arts PINE C.S1'LEPine In Ch.ne..rr.M unknown Ii-Mldence unknown.mpla.nt. I. ) I J. C. ;do.

for making me love you so," he ex- perhaps. I was Iciaricia- <'. Lanorfor"I.complalassinu. FAI ,.. S. C. Land J. F.. MaL"N. J. R. Earl. (SEAL) By C. KNIGHT

Plained. this Castle Dec.: 27.-Mr. and Mrs.E. I and T. W. places, r.Id.n. and .r! Deputy CUrk.
ity. I of known
And then Ellie arrived with a ..:Ii with L. Youngblood and son, Lawton, Bilateral; M. Hmlth. coat &II .any Interent. under .or either of Solicitor for Complainant 134ftUtII

party of friends. his clear olive (.t;,q"I? ,t Graham, were the guests of her par Del..aden. .I.imln. A .


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE. FLORID FRiniY. DECEMBEP 192-5
PAGE EIGHT -
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-I I lE\ni OF MRS. MAINES |[ of the county showed that they, too, P. 1Ilwn. J. M. Jones. Andrew Aoiinn. Fort Pierc --Cit> N C res tints!
1.1.. B. liMon and I Mottle N. Glliuton hi. wife. [ N-" mil inch of you art hereby: n.dr, ,!
Bradford County Telegraph | had a profitable week. W. .Union Wm Wallace Cllnon Simon bond S.-Ise, f : varii uI 1 10. mil ,ippear, before the I Judge 01.

I I :Mrs. Fannio Muim-H died at the __ Cnthcrino lI..lIy. David Taylor Hunrv i i.run. ('"",,1. of the Elichth Judicial u
__ =-_ -- ---::- -___"'-= --:--=--::=-..:.:- = homo of her nun Dr. J. r:;. Mumea in 1 CHRISTMAS. MEIIIODISTCHURCH 'Mitchell. John T. Shuflon. John J. Bach. H NOTICE ,,t loriila.. ;,m and for Bradford Count I'.u.

K. |.t.."... File 'McCoy Eddie Jul>n..n. John M ,i..In) thi' I Irst day of February A. I) .
Published weekly and entered as Lake butler, Friday afternoon. She i W. John.on anti llxabt'th Johnwon. hi. wifeRiehanl I ,it I the crtirt' )louse in sold county In ih .2.

at the postoffice had been in declining health f>ir more At the :Methodist church on Christmas M Turm-r I. .I Tucker. Jacoli H. In (' -lit C. ,rt. Ei '1'I ".i Mailtnrlda." to answer a sworn I..,,''w.
class matter
second ,
I Urn..f-Ml Count 'Inri I ,
(.,."or, and Hinriett (>raitory hi. wife, A. t"n i Inint, ivhiblted In said court In ,11...
at Stark Florida. I IU. than a year and about u week before Eve; night, a program of beautiful F Jiiifirard. Albert Wiltinmeyer. Charles A. I Fred. lot'" H -i- 1 1..1 I must liv the eomplninant S. C ,,.uHi -

__ I I her death, she suffered a stroke of and appropriate gongs, piano selections WIlIoonm'y..r. A. M Lanninn and Wmma A. Cum) t.rumtVH loradf.-ml. County TelewraphL,
;0 held at annlnir hi. wife. iHalieila Clark.on and Green wmaper" published In the town of .
MATTUCWB .-Omi.r. paralysis The funeral was | and readings were given. <). CI..b..n. !'. (i. Mlllir James Miller. W. R H !rlckl.nd et alf.rd County Unrldn. la hereby uV,' n"i
<
8. 1 I the home of Lr :Mames Sunday after I The center of attraction to the little 1C Brown Richard HHrrinon M.... Mary E. Dt'fen 'lanU, r it. t I", nuwspupir. In which this notir, .hall" ,

J. C. ROBINSON-Managing E Fear cis I. Field M. K Brown F. J. Field E. '
II 1 1'1"1 lands' described 'In said bill
by the imlo of her! hUMband. I decorated with of '.. It nt'pi' rlnit mm Ill'' of
cemetery tree plenty ( lluhliard Juhn R. Lalli-tl Louina KoeIllck. pluini the title to which said complainant' tJl
EVERY FRIDAY A. P. Clark Annie P. Little. Annie P. sworn >10,11 of mptnfnt
PUBLISHED i gifts for all. '. to iiuict and remove clout therefrom ni-Tv
,
i. iZwro. that 'th main am residric .
I DAVID f,. JONES Clark. H F. W. Little L. M. Little follow. to-wif,
I I I In addition to the special music by Jerre M Gerhard and Loui.e Gerhard hiswii It. II Mricklnnd J. M lof '.
1 Ritt" :lfro.I>. Andr.'wnnli Mil I Soul' i half of Southwest quarter 'f
.
Love Bernard Dickman FmllyDirkman. .South'
choir the Junior
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ,I David G. Jones, 75 years of age, one the church League Wllhflm Dickmanjimill Christine "' 'Aillian' C j. west iiimrter of Section I ; and the S rlhwait

$1.50'' of the older citizens of Hampton died chorus sang, "0' Little Town of Beth' Ulckman. S. E. T"wn.end. Thomas Honklr. E Mmtiill.I'i'.nM. ... FrnnKnnffmnn. | quarter "f Northwest quarter of bittion, I'!
Per Year : Aniltilin Trfiiml lull In Township 8 South 1 ttnnint So f"l .;,
night afteran ]lehem and little Miss Gloria( Johns S. r.llpwnrth Hultle A. Elumorth. hi. wifei .. "
his home there Tuesday lylnv anti being In Bradford Count.
at C. Amint IA C. Ament. Loran f it'HI. thin thij fkmi',
Six' Months 750 illness of Several weeks. Inter- gave a reading. i I.John J. Ne"U>n. Eliza F Pa.",.It. M.... E. F. I'H.I. j vim.<.. If ir.t-p... and HP I h,| n. WITNESS I The Honorable A. I.Ik",
The Ilev E. :M. Rooks 1 ) ic no twrnon ,n 'noI' : Ju.lu iw nl. i G W. Aldirman.I Cli ,
new pastor I i -it. w. II Jacknon Aaron Ittvlxter W. HVertlow : :
-- Santa Fe cemetery A"111111:16: ,
J.
- ment wa. at Joseph Peamon. S F. fardlni! N. [ i complainant' | -al of this court In the I City of Sil ,,-.,.n'i[ :,?, :
Thursday morning, Funeral Director gave a short but eloquent address on n Hniiaman.V W. Moore. Jack Wlllinm. I po., tin. ,ipon I w. .h(,m wot, ,I ,,1- l ,idn "ilnM Ullth day of December. A. I I'' to--.
the Christmas 11.10.. |I.n" ,nd that It f I. 1-1 I n- G. W. ALDfvi\K
spirit *
)e\Vitt t. Jones in charge. i f C. Smith. J. W. Jhuri son. J. It Mnr1 .. ,
j I 1 'n. R stronir' G. W. Livingston Fmt'line Ll.ivlnmton tint "al' tli nllm..d ,d '. 'J s1: VL| r,tr,
1 in t 110, ..nm n,1 I I" I kNKilIP; Starke. Fla.
pniMiiy' I
W. W Tumblln and L. l) w"n.I ,
lir.MO 'IIIOMASVIII1EIIEAD: hl.\SLEY LAKE SCHOOL II livinir or in exltttoncn are all unknown to C.7-ount, .11..r., tl' ', I ".In it. r for Complainant. ).1-6.] .. lI
I iotnithitnant and that then IM no In I l, nvnrch, ni' "
p..un
Thomas Whitehead 51 I. died HOLD CHRISTMAS 1KKE the Stat of r'loriilH. known to eumpliiiniintIhi Oil '" HHCi'rtamhi haw "d- I
Hcnrv .
his of the ,,'rvlc,' of a Mtililxipna upon whom would ,- h-rceidenci-. iH .". II I I' :NOTICE OF APPLICATION Km TAX DtHl
mornmtt ut One of the enjoyable events
,'ail I> Wednehduy ,'i bind that said, liifi.nilnnu. or either of lh<'m. :01 I, i. ,I or nllvi, '. untltn SUfcR: SECTION: 575 (It I Inc
home (i ill Smith street. ;III'. Whitehead holiday season was the Christmas tree load that ft In iM'liivod by eoniplainnnt thnt 4 t In bin a worn. 'h.hot. GENERAL: STATUTfcS
,,
had( been a resident of Jackson exercises held in the Kmgsley Lake th.named tit. .fi>nflnntM. are Intertvted In thep"opprtv t I IK ,1 i IN ropirty vote, (11 here invoK ntfHIII :I. ".... I -
involved in this suit unit ,
'.til,. for the list twenty years, corn school house practically every child all,'''''' that 1 he docs not know and complainant liy diliirenttt nun i,-, and HK<*, anti] a-. I Some': 1 is hcrihy given that I. w. Pn.. ,,,.
I In, ,,i to c"m"ltll', i '',' r Ir i"urchBHcr of Tax CrrtlficaUr Nt 2.
I uI
He .. "
wall enrolled the school and imiulrv ham iHen able
taking not to
Bradford countj. in u part .
from ,
,
'uiK I'ictrtnin, vihtlhtr of the .aid' di.ft.niliintthoHi' *. h. f prn>, tl uuit.nshn "n. I Hi ,01 day of July A. D. 1022. has filed I II Iri
A. F. & A. M. Lodge The building was crowded with 1'111'I any ,, .rtif.I ,onlt In office and I .
No. 4954 u member of the \ .".. rmidinco or place of htinlniiMi. I.iiltvttl I. i-er.onn. fn t i iIIIAtF.F01011 I my >n. made apptii ,

( Membership In National 11Igb.: :No.; ;>2, of I like Butler. ents and visitors who were there to H. unknown, I. dnad or alive. or inexI.Wrim ti in ,"I: In:,IhU .d.r It "| "".11- "-"u l i.r-.aid tax certificate ditd to Issue embrace In accordance the followln wit,

Association ) Besides. his wife Francis, ho is survived witness the first Christmas tree and to 1 bill or of n.tnnl complii; 'nt it that in Alleged It billiveH In that the ,in i -"elnfmlnir n.. y "r, I ilii-nl.l, properly, aitutatcd in ljrodi..r. .

by four daughters; Mrs. :Mildred\ listen to the attendant program giv.an th-1'"! |Mr.onH firm and Qorpornlion Intirmlinl ::10" ,i'i, thi aid' ', rv d. I, i -iintrlorida,' toi-wlti

Whitehead ;Miss this small rural 'In 'Ihi Haid properly Involved In thinHiilt ", ,1 or ullwrwlix "no. I. I 1':11': i hulf of Nurthtnst quarter or Nor ,
in section.' Tho .
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vnwrerignianLex"( Green I is getting liixon :MIHH lieno u hime nnnie. .."... r*>i.iil..nr.* or plnce ofhiiKlni.H ul h- .i.,".....r. .,,10.. '" 1. ",inrler. Section 12 TuwMhlp 7. Soutll
conmideral-lepuMicity In the 1.Ii. Louise whitehead of Jatksonvillej. manner inwhich the youngsters car- li unknown it, complainant anti in .nid tin nth.vi. Fast, 20! acrta.nut .

tOl'ill1 column of TUnlp,.', morn III!! II"dII'H., : lii-Unuli' Andrews, of Wlibird lied off their pa its! showed the long, bill; rellel"'n.ripritived; uirftln.t much. known and M".J,..Il,' -rum..idprc.uo""nwhoh, I,, ".11111.-n I'h. land being associated at the date u
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IIt'Wllpup"r.1'I'rry I HtriiM'I !. and six sons, :NlI I b., W. I., 3P.., direful training they hud] received lit "THEREFORE I : it i. orilinid that nil |I" i',on.. ".>'i 10', may I In. ",. an",: '.Haiti In" "0uanpt' \i (i.. ""w'n.Jnl.' of such .certificate... said certificate In the nami ahull

_-10- II. human.. Jr. and I"; H.; White-head the hands of their teacher for the firms and corpofulioni. Hurtled in this or.li.r. ? ." 'M" 1:111folit"'m': 1 nfIt .., ,1,. ,11, n.01.l 0..1. ) according to law. tax dead will

handed JnekBonvilln Jaiksonville and K. A. Whitehead first of the term Mrs. Edward if I our 01 in oxlmtqnctor if dind or not incxlHttnrn 11I.1) ij- "11".nun on the 11th day of Janiary. A
ho Tunipu Tribune, ull of pint thin to hin her their' or It. unknownhtlr. .1 "-. fiillmvH touiPill : W 1I: *.6.
this Immiuet for a Xmni preniht of West Palm B'.'uch. The body' Hums, of Starke .. d.46cce.. h.vnt.. KrunKH.. mic""ersor SlMllhWf-Ht l p,,,, ,Iut .,0.N..rU..t .. -
Mmi-m official
t ii .f my signature and seal thlrI
: "'-he- old\ iiU-wn.v City' IH now accompanied by the family will befoi The building was decorated with | LNltrni.hnxinir nml lo or all clnlminir lumonn' any flrnm IntiriHt find coilHinlionH In- .12 t i r Irmtmhip Six quit i" nl v. 'I I- "'th day of IKccmber A. D. "-6.

about its useful (It" the balance uf the 'warded this morning by the Seusholc greenery and flowers from the homes and to theme certain plecm. ........1. or I".. ofInndH t .,,, ij-'i! KHHI "I' "" G. W. ALDERMANClerk

state) as. the ancient rules of St. Funeral Parlors to Kaiford for and forest. One end of the building I' of l It-Itur Morldfl and known hclnif in and nrndford ih-acrilied. county.State ... folwn .. ." l Ihappenr. hifon. the in PiratI the IJ.I" Circuit Court. Hurida Bradfor'exiunty. ''

,\uIlII"I ine." funeral services" there at 3 p. m.I.'lor.ilba curtained off served both as u stage : I <;. and In due c.hiler I.of ".."" By C. A. KNIGHTDeputy

-0- Times-Union, Dee SO. for the children and headquarters foe TH, *toutheflHt ntmrter of Routhweftt. anar-- ,wl, elnim or I If iifiu I Ltwh."'" :_,II.'.il-B tier
I l<.r of Steelton Fourteen HI I The North hnlf \ may have to
: ,
How to flail it hontloKor: Ask the --* Santa Claus in distributing the gifts j ji I or Nnrthinut ,,"IIr1l1r. anti,I North..n'l qtuirterf *:r the. mid bill." f-1 01 -- -
\I.MNG
first man MV in kinekc-iH if hi' JOHN i The complete program as rendered Northwo.1 niinrttr and Rotithrti ipinrteroT luiunftl It you.her onlt ,. ,,,,I,. :NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEI
you i* "chiliiil
NnrthweHt I nunrtor. unit !!nttthwn, fiuirti>r
If ho 1 in given below: oncf a week "'-'.'. UNDER SECTION S7S OF THE
Bells real estate ir play Rolf. -Jolin Vining of Northeast fltmrler Section Tw.nt-Th. .
J4ik.vnvIILDee.! 2' If>
', 1. Silent Night-School. (23) M.o th, Northi'nM iinniter of Northrunt ti thi Hrndfivril On GENERAL STATUTE
him want .- "1010".1I"
guys iu. loll you 11 IIUIII.t.Eustis '::57; of 102H iunt: Ashley street died 2. Merry Chriwtmus-L'mma Strickland. -' nnniltr' Snetion Twinty-Fotir. (*t\\. nliio < MHPIIIX r nf roon

Luke Rrifion. J \estcrday mornniK. The deceased is Ten ('InI) acres in East side of Lot Thrm. oron Mnrlu Bradford fI"I'" Voi ce i. hi.rcby given that Mr. V. E. Slopewirchnner
WitniM tho
thi Fail tilde( nf Northeast of North .
-0-- survived brothers und four ftunrter <'Ur!, i of Tax certificate No. US. dated th,
; nioik-l! by three I I.J. .'!. While Shepherds Wlltt'hl'I-\lin': wmt ,,"n.h'r. Sictlon Twinty-flve (2f>'. all itftlio ( rciiif Court and. tof ), '. thi, oIh day of June A. D. 1009. has filed said cer
Speaking of the now Fords. a Jacksonville nliftxe Tn,,' ,. this Court ft :
Hi..tl'r"; J. W. Hall, of ; nie Sileox. v Itelnir In n hip Six (fll. South ,,ificattIn my office and has made application
.
i llu3,1th: tiny of I'
Tampa poet in the Tainpn Te-lt-Rriiph' S. Hall of :Manatee; W. II. Hall of Rnnfr Twoniv.one (21 F.nl. M, \s fi r tax deed to issue in accordance with law
.
t. Christmas Gre'tinlesG'nevII Also the West hntr of Morthoa.t uunrterthi n".I. Slid certificate embrace the followinir de
aysou Ilil h Springs' ; :Mrs. Fannie Hancock, Starling. Routhi.flM quarter of Northsint quarternn FI""III. scribed. proptrly situated In Bradford County.
H"1I1o
.
\ fully doll, you fully flatter theJ.ord of I the R..h".t nunrtrr of Section Seven I Floridm.-o-wit .
Miami: Mrs. Fronnie Murphy, A, S. llluillnnlna
1 will. ) ; If'' 5. The Little Elf-S. L. Silcox. ( "i 1 : Th. Southant Quarter of Northeastiquortir. CREWS ..',,1 .J. '" at a post 888 ft. North of Southeast .
HH IliritG.r CoIn
von Lako Uulk.rrl'a.; : ;MuKtfie Moitfan, ( 0. Jingle Bells-School. I Sivtion Th rtoen 1131 : The Snuthnre.tMinrtir corner of Section Fourteen and run Weal
Hut the hcurt of it flivver will throb Knford: und Mrs. Hello Yoemans of : of Snuthea.t qtmrter Section FiithtoenI Via ft to a past North 36G ft. to a post East
7. The Deacon's Proposal-Loi 'H'"i Th. Went hair of the Sotithen
uunrterIhi tA! ft Section line
in it etill. will be I to a post on thence South
I j Went Palm Beach. The body mine Sassee Miss Simpson, I.ennrd ]1 !Stall: hwept quarter and the Mrthwmto Circuit CourtIn "' 1",0111I. 110 ft to point of btiflnninir' Sec. 14. Township -
-- 1 iiuarti'r r Vrirlhweft nunrtcr. Section Ninoteen .
forwarded to Kuifurd for interment.Arrangements Strickland! Deacon Bowser. Chancery.C. A. South Hanic0! East S acres.The .
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The A. C. I.. announces. the addition ale in elialtfc' of the' 8. Santa's, IIl'lpel's-Alonza ...cnt qiifirler IHI, : The. lee.NorthweM aera quarter on the West nf North.Ten ildu. ** t'rcwiiCom I Issuance alil land of such being certificate asaesiit..d In at the the name data olIhe olLnknuwn

of another fast tram, after which it ;Marcus Co mint Company. I Innd. Stri'k-I Srellrn' Tw..nll'clx28'!: : pin : Un,..* said certificate shall b,
vsWillimm
usually runs the regular train about i I I IOn I The Norlhueitt quarter of Northwent '|imrter Jrthnx. .... redtt-med accordintc to law tax dind will laiuthireon .
I Mt-AS !9. A Warning--Jewell Starling. I Station Tuonty-Seven f27 The Mirth the llth day of January. A. D
on :
|IJ.\ \ 111 HALL I. 1>,-fenil'
six to twelve! hours late, to make room I 10. St. Nick-lou Gnffis.t i-n.l quarter, of Sotithinnt qttaiter.' and On. Suit to QuirtTo htud. 11120
for I it.-- Fort !Mciulo r.eadl'r. The S. iliinrter acre lot in Northeast corner and, One the known ",'outIn Witness my official alienator and sent this
A. L. has extras fast trains !j Friday. ," December 18th the t 11. Soon Again Comes Christmas I 'III Hope lot on Meet Aide of East half ofSouthenot 'the above styled i,4"n J..hn" tho Uth day of December. A. D. 1D2B
so many quarter of Southnant quarter fif .
Harold Strickland. and i lfihnd ALDERMANClerk
honiu of :Mr. G. W.
the S
death annelimted A. Rhooles.
that they hid to take off the only two I No..h,' u.rt... Soetlon, Twenty-elvht 128The unl Dif.-, ll."*' Circuit Court Bradford
Vest
to their
itnd Mrs. J. \\ Currency, of Lacrosse 11. The Fir Tree-Kinm.! Strick hnlf of Northwest quarter lira granters.having, nroliiiintnir County. lorfda
tianiH that arrived within hailing dlll- nt
or
and took Mrs Surrrncy's brotherDavid land. Five acres In Northcn.t onrner. and Nnrth.went InU-f'. ...?lii rr.iliviriboU. By: C. A. KNIGHT
any
Schedule.CONGRESS311It'N quarter nf Rntithweat Section
of their .
tnmu 1 Silas Hall. Although Mr. Hall 12. The Children's Hour- Edgar Twenty-nine (291. quarter I .. 12-11-51-1-8 Deputy Clerk

-0- hud been ill bad health for sometime, Starling. The North hnlf or Northeast quarter I!

: GREEN Fa.t half of Northwest Ih"l ,, ..
I the
the entire community was shocked i 13. A Bo.\'s Feet--Hurvey Star- 1 fiuartir I. -- -- ---- -- -- --

\ COMMENDED: : |Ito learn of his death which came! after ling. II half. the of Southwest Foot half quarter of Southeast nt Southeast quarter quarter of I 1"I 1"-----

-- : serious illness of two weeks. | 11. When You and I Were Young Northeast, quarter the Northeast quarter or
I a Southeast ...rl..r. Iran Four In southwest 'I '
UepM'BenUllve (:Jre-en, riorxla I Congressman arr a
In bloom of youth he answered the Maggie.- Hnuna anti, Frrank Strick corner and Three ...... North of public road \

who defeated Prank Clark! in call of his country In the! great world land. In Nnrth...... corner of Southeast quarter of ,I d!
the ]lunt election, broke the rule of lIi i- Southeast nuarti Section Thirty (ln> : The '
: 15. A Star Normitn
several months overseas Starling. ,
war, serving I Northwest quarter of NortheaMt quarter' and I
!ienic for new members by making a ', and w"s one of the nnwt highly i 16. A Christmas AVish-Ruby Starling. Northra.t quarter of Northwest quarter Sic* I I Ii It
liwuhir 111) of July speech' xhortlyaftel I lion Thirty-one ''ID .
the of respected young men of thin county, I I The South half ofSouthca.! qunrter nodNorthwest i
opening tho present nesHion. his I i 17. The Christmas Store- Caleb of :
who numbered. his Crieiuls by nc- quarter Soulhrn.t qunrter Si :Mr. Green piaiHeil Florida in I' life Strickland. | Pwentv-flve ( ( t
When in early i a'ri..r
hel
qiinntances. I I The Northeast of Southwest 1
nunr--
all, of Us and deserves the -
xlory
liteneral saw the race of life was almost run, ,, 18. Santa Claus-R. I). Starling. II.r. the South hnlf of !Southwest: qunrter. and ', ,

lomnieiulatiun of the xtate. Too i' he the belief that the vic- !I'l.! Cold Jl'l''mber-H..r"L' Gainey. \Vi.t half of Southeast ". SectionTMrtyatx >
expressed bDr'brl
many of our representatives are sitting (9(1)( All" of the : In I I I t
tory was won.Interment |i I 20. A Surprise Party for Santa- 'rownship Six 161. South Range Twentytwoi2M ', 0.
silent while the battle wages over i 1 Elizabeth Strickland East : t 0.
was inudi l at Antioeh; tt
the inheritance tnx provision which, if. j jceniteiy I 1 The Flint half and the Northenit quarterof '
Brook- :21 J. Florida Coons.I t tt
the :Masonic lodge of I Northwest quarter of Section Two (2> : I tt
)'MsKfcl will nullify largely) the 'pruMHion (>r of which David was n member, of-i I :\ ''. Snow-Myrtle Strickland. I, The Southeast quarter and the SouthenKtitunrter I t
.s of tile recently passed ameml- of Northwest quarter' and the I South-i
f iiia tin ir. I II II I Punipey Snow-Ruilph GaineyI went quarter of Northeast I quarter' Station I' t

inent of tho state constitution pro- I Hei i is survived. by one brother, A. D. I 'Liza Snow-:Minnie Sileox. "I'Itcris. (II : '

Inli.tinir; thu liwjiiiK of mil tllXl'1Ihl'l.HII..tow 'I sisters.Iell: Rastus Snow-Fron Strickland. The East half nf Southwest quarter ofSouthwest t
Hall of Tampa two -
Kerorcl.Itl. quarter nnd the Fast half of North. Anlreatest of All TheRIOLA
-- -.-- 'datlle"| ..1.V.. huirene-y, of Lacrosse Siimbo Snow-Earl Carpenter. I II I|I west quarter of Southwest quarter Section t t -- -
1 Elienezer: F.."r ( II : |I
Hunter Hunter lit Tampa. Snow-Clyde Austin.
..U.T.' TRANSFERS: : iiiul Ellen I I II | Tho Cast half of Southwest quarter of
They have many friends throughout I July fonow-Chlrl'n"e Starling. I II II Southwest qunrter, Th. Went half of South- I

1 the count who Sympathize with them I limply) Snow-Callio Strickland. I I past quarter of Southwest quarter tying' South
A. I r. SurteiiL-y und wife to A. H.urrl'llly'l'rlll.t of a branch or run. contnlnlnir Twelve .c"'".
George Snow-Lester Austin.
in their beie-i ve-nieMit. :' more or less The East halt of Southeast quar*
31-0.20.) .. -- Ttiifus tor of Southwest anti West of
-- -- | Snow-Joe Griffis. i i2J I quarter half

.1.) 1>. [later and wifl-Tl'uI.t 31-6- NOTICE The Christmas Tree-Loraine i iSunsec. that Southwest.portion' quarter. North of of Southeast Branch running quarter East less

120 I| There will bea cemetery workingi j jI II I unit' Want throuwh said Innila contalninir

Ihuilv railife-U to .1. W. Pudgett30acres i at Connor cemetery, Friday, January Thirty memo mon* or 1 less in Section Five 151 :
I 21.: 'Twits the Night Before Christ. I Imas I The North I half of Southeast quarter of

1 li-'i-: .;.!. I 8th. All those interested l come and -Beverly Cady. Northeast quarter and Southwest quarter of locao::

Samuel' G.! Potter and wife to :Ma- bring baskets spend the day, and help Northeast quarter and the East half of North. '
I i 21. Distribution of Gifts-Santa west quarter of Nurth...... quarter. and the
.u'hu"l.tts-I"lnl'ld. Land Co.-20 acres clean up the grounds. I' Claus. South half of North half of Northwest quarter I your RADIOLA you become the proud

-(j. .22. I L. L. Conner.. i and Cast half of Northeast quarter of

W. Wainwright anil wife to G. i I 25? Thank you Santa-Arthur Austin Southwest quarter. and North. half of Northwintt owner of o receiver that science and inventive gen.
quarter of Southeast quarter and South
Inman-II( acres 2:1- .
I half nf Northeast quarter. of Northwest .
quarter
1) W. Alevarez ti,) Paul Stinner-20 I MeClendon disorderly conduct NOTICE and the Southeast qunrter of Northwest tone selectivity. Single control achieves simplic-

'acres 3-7-22 and driving while intoxicated $2.00and In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. quarter and Southeast quarter of Southweetquarter ,
I Hin.lfonl. County Hnrl.la In Omnerry Section Elaht ((81 .
S. L. Peck and[ wife, N. Sternbcruami costs. I 1 1 Im !'owt.ll Smith Company. a cnrpnrntion' The Southwest quarter of Northwest ity of OpNo I

wife fo R. J. Jlavi.-J'art of Lot Anderson, colored, disorderly'j Complainant. the Want I half of Southwest quarter qu.r.t.r. the

It Blk. It m Hampton and reckless driving, forfeited $5; .00 I' The .Florida vo'Land and Immigration, Company South Southeast half quarter of Southeast of Southwest quarter. the -1 a neat loop attached llte top of the

F. C. llini(4worth/ anti l wife to lions] I'I I a corporation et 101.) ( quarter. Section Nina
I 94to i their' models I
I entirely enclosed
Henry A. Simmon*-10 acres 31'G-22.1 I Russ Reddish, disorderly ; bond $3.; '' Derendsnta.ORDER SER I leE BY 1'IJAf.ICATION. Northwest quarter of Northeast quarter .
I'. U Peek unit wife to I"% J. puttee I'II'rl't: TO the South half of Northeast quarter of '*"'
KNOWN AND:
Jesse Goodman reckless driving UNKNOWN DF '
; Northwest quarter the Fast half of Southwest
-: acres 5722. I I:12 I bond $"). I'I I hhNI Itappcnnntr),\NT3. from the aworm bill of com- quarter I Southeast and North half of Northeast quarterof I Let Radiola I demonstration in t
I II
Loins Kahr and wife qunrter Section Ten ( 101 .
to n. ,
Harry C. G. ;Me-e-k'S reckless driving; bond plaint in the above caunv. that the A"". niili.nn The Southeast quarter of Northwest
'Mruhfpldt- acres 17-0.22. $3.; | > or pine of bu.inivi tif the fvmlnnu I lesa Ton acres In Southwest corner.quar.ter. Sec yl and explain to the
A. It. Unit and wife The I rlnriita Land and Immlicratlon.' Company thin Eleven (111 : you :
to J. II :Moore Scott Alvarez, intoxicated; bond $5.1: a c4brimerstion. the Land and Immigration; i: Com. The Southwest quarter of Northeast I
-20 acres 11-5-22./ I I puny of rlortdn. a eorporntlcin. the Florida Rnll. nun"We. time
Alex Goodwine, disorderly! ; bond $10. Section Fifteen 115' ; All of the abovehilno pit payments on
ronil
Clyde North and wife to, Grace Anna ||I Company a coriiorntion. the Atlantic Lum- In Township Seven (71., South Rantc
IT Company. corporation. thit tllnworth
KinnoV-21 acres 25721. CONCRETE. BUILDING, t4 minny. a corporation. The Townsend Lum trust Twenty-two, 122)) Fast.l J model RAD-
lull
the of
npiwar to complaint filed In any
W. G. Seals and wife to C. II Priest fl ON ber Conipnny a cnrnorntlon Edward N. Dirk- said cause on or before the first day of I
JllCiHWA\'j croon and Mary Carolina Dickennn his wife. Khruary ,\. n 1'UH. otherwise the LA
-Tract :MO-7-22. Samuel alienations | be
awin" Jamn S.
lialley. Wm Baton. can
-
purchased
the
New Offices Will Do- or bill will be taken aa coarsenedsolitrat t
House Hf mpstoniand C'o. to Frank Catherine Bate his wifit. W. T. Taylor and you ,
V Dr. IliKffs; :S;''ll" Former Location Mary Taylor his wife. Abraham Rail"". Henry It is further ordered. that this order. be I
Vaughn aN. .) published
et ,- neres 12-8-22. I I Dnntpr and Jennie Baxter 1 bin, wif. F. R. Mor. -
once A week fur four consecutive I I
xxcpk .
Eve>rlinll Barton t>t. als to L. %I. Construction wan started Thursday .n. N. W. Hucket R. II HleVa. Slmnn J Torn. in the Bradford County: Teleuraph. a, weeklynewspaper
pit John AI..nd..r ;
drahnm J.
L
PearHiillTract 2i-8-22' : on a ono-story concrete building Sox-101 I I Samuel C. I.an*. J. D. Alelx nora, Gatrn.J. R of general clrculstion. published .

C. K.: Hiirper an,l wife to. Forest feet north of Smith' Killing! Station 'I I F.rl... .T. R. Farlo .Fr.. J. C. F,Im. John C. In WITNESS Starke Bradford the Honorable County Horida Juilxe of the
Fdle. T. W. VltM. ThomM W. Pitt.. CharlMRolKru I C.
Investment Company! -Tiacts In Sees. on tho llitfhwuy, Contractor W. W.I I I F. I. McCall. hurlton H. Elarbw. Flichth Judicial Circuit and the official seal % tt JonesRKE
]0. 11. 13 11 22 of the Clerk nf this Court. a* well aa his siirimMirc -
21721. Robert M. Smith. J B Olivrr James Nooney.nobsiffent .
having The this the
I Carpenter churge. new ill'th day of December A. D.
Peninsular Naval !Ptores: Co John for the Temple Company opurativo ll 2 a. I IO
t" I building U beiiiR built for Or. E. L. I I Ficrida. Jamie D. Rathbont Toil
r. Horr and J.Y. W. ALDERMANClerk I \ FLORIDA
I'nrtrrTrlll.ts In who will floor K fmtor Bummed StrniiM tlvnry W. Win. ,
Higgs time of the
part Circuit Court Brief.
.. ... A.. Thomas < I I
bees. 10. 11.13. II. :2J: 21721. for his the Haliry I rl" Annie R.h'.... li'RAL) ford County, Florida I '
office
space remaining Arnold Itrymir Samuid SuoUlli. John K. Lit-
A. S.
I J. K. Heller to Fdwanl 1-'. KlurnbJ ol fiies being for rent. Jet. E.: W. Hckry Edward: Hancock. Bllia CREWS t _
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Solicitor __
for Complainant l-t5t-l-29 ---' _._____
: acres 118.22.:! I I nilitftt and Thomas I'admtt. her nmband >.---
Dr. lligga sold his present office lonoi.h Pvaraon r. F. Markllli. Haul M. .
L. II Hill and wife to Trustees of building to J. L. "'rnz,- attorney who Hnw...... Mntihla C. I.airntran. I,la M. Lat ------ -

Smith Chapel-.I n< re 2rt.-2: us'scion "nrrrn. Matilda Riddii-rit-lt.' Mill Chrlituliin
will his law office
move! there I I >i-ti. John Oliiun John Sonipvy. and Mary
Kate Livinirston
and J. :M. Truby as the new building is complete. Straiten hi. wif*. James h. OH If in. a. R.
to O. r.. and O. W White-Lots 12, 11. Ki-rn.,rf. C. C. Kl"rn -ff. Q W. Kimi.ff.

14 in rt'kvlB! \ In L T. & Cft's n
.Lake Kinjrslev: l >r\rnpm.-nt| Co. to I FOR SHERIFF'S OFFICE Jesse Johnaon. (jin>rwla N. John.on.

I Florine 'ohl'n-2 Into in Lake Kin R- I Christmas. week while one of thu I I bin vrlfo. oiiUa nkinn. John Hi-dura and
Mary A. IIiHlvr his wifo E. 1'icc. K.
ley Heights No. 1. I| most profitable ones enjoyed by out j ji I' Thi>n<..n. A. J. Miller. Mart M. Miller hill wife r

... Florida Land Sties. Corporation to I; business men for years proved to be J. M. S,,idrl. Lewla Opens and Mary I. Sevlta.
i
Solomon Meyersoii lots In Hamp ', xicedingly: dull for the county of\cerlll I II I Riehanl. II.rlli.lt HiMKany. and; Fannie Ernest I. Bartlett N Smith.his wife.F.If FEPE

ton Park. )I I Deputy Itaisden. Stating Wednesday Rufus A. Smith and Haiti F. Smith his wife
Sarah L ft.o..*.
Them Lord and LiMlaWortl
Lake Kinjtsley Hov clopment Co. to that not a single arrest was made dur- and Llule i Ix>rd, John J. M_ REA COMPANYSTAR

K. T. fronartie lots in Inkn Kingslev 'i ing. the week. or. Elisabeth Smith. Eliiabith R.
Smith. Elisabeth C. Smith. I.l..la C. Smith.
Helorhts No. 1. Starke merchants voted the week
\I| as Henry B Smith. Alfred S. White Henry R. IDA

T. N. Limbnurh and wife! to Jose a complete success.. Crowds.. throngedthe Brown and LUxieM. Brown his wife, H.

phine A. Mal't'ottt'-Lots 1 3 Blk. 221 stores day coming from I Swlnuer. James llall and Cynthia Ball. hit
every wife. Juaeph Walton K C. "......k.. Joseph
in !Starke. I far and near. Reports from, the towns Cooe. A. J. Tillia and Sallie Tillia. his wife. I