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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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1 LARGE BURDEN C. According! to-an announcement S. COMPLETION AT DUVAL LINE I II .*. the m"'I"r\\ ,man's)' Tbur"IIIlIillhl('ltml,. 1Il'rdli.at I. I RAMS FREIGHT -

a by Peter H. ;Miller internal revenue yen of t file tom n is expected to

. : C collector for Florida, a deputy I : I... present. S o'clock.JKKEVS I
. collector of Internal revenue -. .
Accurately, Checked a 0 S a C S S CROSSING
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lire up a will be in Stnike February H2ml 1 Another week will sec the I two ends l S S S 5 a a S S t 5t. I
'l ', I'KOMINKM'IMItlU! : 1 HERE!
Shopping in the Large Cities' I : ;
" C for the purpose of assisting taxpayers of state highway thirteen connectednt ,
Must Carry a TremendousOverhead. I' in filing their current Income ;Maxville if the present 1'Ilte..f S e _
S Hun. Charles 's1\". Hunter. Sun- (t.; : :: j) till{ \' EM'\NDS; :'> I I
a I Hit thl't'tll\'llt'll!
tax returns for the year progress is maintained bv the contrac- \ I'ord Car I and ( )
crvisor for the Doiml of State; I In.
\ t: HE HONEST-AHOUT ITDon't : H12j.!> which are to be filed 1 on or tor. Since the connection was mudi, at ,I. stitutions \\ns in Staiko :Mon- reen'si" I Dairy -;now rllllII ,dnilt :Near :\lal': t.ttala..1..1'I: : : ;I: :Men
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before ;March 13, 192B.Sl'ARKE the- Bradford county line and work'
I I" dii l y on louto t In I Hair! I < rd to look after milk t fuck' to I Keystone. I lleighlx, E"I'lIlh' Iniui; \ \ .
Ignore !Plnln "'nctltbout Costs . . started north to the )Duval line very
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i\t: I matters in conno-Mon with t tho "I ini; I hi town in addition\ to lux ',O'I\"I
'. \ You Must Pay in Taking !Shop- little delay I has been encountered 1 ontitcinhmit -u ixteiiHinn f I improvemei, IH now" I lar cUHtnmers, in Starke. I I it One of t tin laigi. \nnss t 1'in :U ,

pins Trips to Our Big Cities CHAMBER: 01"COMMERCE of rock tihuitaire mimI the work ; being made nt I tile Stale 1 Farm.Mr. 1*nil \Viildo. I luring: t the paxt vear his running lietwen, .'Jiul' '' '.ut', \ ille, Tampa \ \
I -Some Facts: and Figures [ (OIUi.\'IOI/.lm)
:, : For Consider. equipment' would l nllow. SixteenI I' Marion; county with, conspicuous that :'1l r. lircun I I found' il n,',','"- Thursday night of last week when tin-

., at ion. A mooting of the citizens was. lad I Iat i I carloads of'rot'Ic werereiected I bv t the ability and energy a* a member xa'y to mid! to hiM herd of cous and, driver failed I to see that a sluvvlv I moving

; How much' toes: -2 nnd 2 make ? the Woman's Club in Starke at |the state inferior engineer this week on account of I. of I the I Hnuse of KclMcsoiilntivcs. enlarge I Ihe capanly of his d.nrv, freight" I train was Mucking, thv

Figuring the advantages of \buying 8:00: ) o'clock February llth for the purpose quality. : Hi in now a candidate, for Stale .. "-"rushing t mi ( lie highway between
. I Approximately one mile remains to i .. imor" i. .mi: \> KUNKMI: : ; ti II 'Iluts I truck hit
from Starke merchants i is as simple as of organizing a Sturku chamberof \ 'I I I" Senator. J If he i i.. elected tin1 citizens iI. i- Stili'"'' anil I I 111111'1 nil.
: that. It is a question of elementary commerce. Present were a ronresentative -I be covered and with the rock on hand! I. of the Twent, .et'i Semitoilal I the. side/ of I Die mm ill)' train with ,a

arithn1<.tic. When an out-of-town gathering of Starke businessmen. I it will he completed in what should lie i I I. 1 District. will I haw on guard a man .\ roof Id.i/.o Weilacsdav noon i-ailedIhe foire I that demolished. I I tie, front end

Merchants begins talking "quantity record l time for this pro.ieit. Only. ,: who will not allow their interests I fire it.'Pit it tnient" to a small I h..II".1 of the vehicle, tearing off the front

buying" and "quantity selling," he Is Upon motion DeWitt C. Jones was I short distance remains. to be covered :, to suffer and tile :Stati"; will also i iI. 1)1't it i'i'll t lh(> railway and I Thompson : wheel springs and fenders from tho

trying to confuse you with hl hsound. made temporary chairman and C. A. before traffic can be detoured from I. he the winner in "0. losing from I street vvhcio. sparks, from. passing' I II driver's "I,Ie. As I Ii.' caltociso nnsxoittin'

Ing terms so as to make you loser Futch temporary secretary. D. E. the grade eliminating one source of its legislative branch a nun who I ruins had set fin to the uorch root'. t stops were. torn loose when it
tight of the fundamental issue. Knight was then nominated and elected -I delay: the contractor has hail to en bus proved, himself hroiidmimlodnnd 'fh,' hla/.e was, extinguished 1 ,before it 1I1"II| <'k the stalled truck.It .

t, All you have to do in that case is to president and J. C. Robinson. ec. counter due to the difficulty of maintaining : (constructive, at a time when .1 reached the .main part' of the house and ix alleged I I the driver was in ait

r get out pencil and paper to bring him rotary. Other officers were: J. II.Rmteh detours where: the work was such men are most needed. t tho damage confined to tho roof. intoxicated condition and that the con.
going on.Contract. |I din'tor of tho train state,I the man was
C. A.
down to brass tacks. treasurer DeWitt C. Jonas . S . 55 The building i i-s owned by
I Figures are bound to tell the truth vice-president. Board of governors, I for construction of his I Futlh and I was uiioctunicil,! at the time.No clearly under the influence of liiuior.

What do they show us? Dr. E. L. Biggs F. F. Stump A. J. ; six mile stretch was awarded to Contractor -I' LOCAL TALKNT: PI.YPROVES !; llsul'UllI.'e11" cia m ri..I. Tho house, The truck was brought!; in to Smith'.

Big town is 100 miles from Starke Thomas, N. Sternbersr. C. A. Futch.A Whitney la.t111); ', work to' : Mm; srccEss had licen rented, to a family and I tho ( lrugc' for repairs, !No; ai'rests hiivo,

on the main line of the railroad. Other committee on bv-lnws was an- start within thirty days Mr. Whit.j I ,new. tenants with their household, been reported,

things being equal the largest; storein pointed as follows: N. Sternberir. J. ney made no attempt to begin workon A crowded! house witnessed the local goods\ arrived, to discover I the house :Narrow' Eitciipe: ; for; Slarko. :M<>..

Big Town can save its customers C. Robinson C. A. Futch. I his contract until public sentiment talent performance of "The Vulture afire. N. II.I Wainwright J,'.. ami Kelly

more money that the smallest store A general discussion of matters secured action from the state road, department I ," at tho Gaiety Theatre Wednesday I .Ashbrook both of $talk,.. had their
pretaining to Starke and vicinity followed -' and work started late \TTISI' Clll'KCII I !1 TOHE
and on the rounds urged by our Big was evening, the play b'inltrivel1/ for car wrecked Sunday night nnd 1 both
Town merchant "quantity buying"and and good suggestions were of. in August. Laying of the rock base the benefit of the Woman's Club and, ; Jo'IO:: 1.\ IUit-j; ) I suffered' injuries is hen a liaising curstruck

quantity selling." Just how this fered for the local advl.'rtl.AI"o: had! only proceeded for a short distance proved to be entertaining throughout. 1'lans fur enlarging. the Sunday the Ford near :Marietta, ami

comes about is obvious-lower freight the annual dues were discussed ,several before the freM.t congestion Under direction of Mr. nnd :\IrIt FDemorcst St lsuuil rooms of thu Il.mtist church are I hurled/ I it into 1 t tin* ditch.t Tho driver
cash bigger assortments amounts being sJ: /lested. but no reached a stage where: the railroad local members of the I cast
discounts .
other left Ii wit
being considered I, (lie enrollment! of o |ttlll I > t car t scene hunt
lower prices, quick turnover smaller definite action was taken. could not handle tho amount of rock were given thorough couching nnd carried the mhool having grown" so "raimllvdining offering assistance.According .

overhead in proportion to each article The regular meeting night was! discussed necessary for a peedv completion of off their !parts ,....rf"U.The. spocialtioH I ,l I the last few "months, I I that I the, I to Ashliruok I they left

and so on. but it was decided to leave the thu road. Before it i.s finally complete given by :Nat-: Stornboig and Beating capacity i m is I insufficient I :Sl/ii; 'ke at midnight i Sunday, on lliolrwav
The Big Town Idea matter open until the committee reported -' .1 eight months. will have caused tho ( horus of young )ladies in songs j I proHont to take '111',' of thu ilanxes.itNis f In Jaiksoiiville ami when near

The Starke merchant can argue in on by-laws. since the starting date set in the contract anal dunces between acts were feature* I "--___ ___ __ I :Marietta, a (Chrjslor/ xnleswipcd u ,I them,,
thp.. same fashion, and it is just ns Tho meeting adjourned{ to Thursday: and six months from the tim<' ..f tho evening. MII"icf"r (Ih,. occasion :' 'io I ('J.II Sl' !MONDAY:'> I hulling, dim I rough I Ihennl.shield..

true here as it in in the Rig Town. I night. February I8th. nctunl work wasstarted.). wiifurnlxhed In the- -.'h.J. nn-he-st rum, Wainwriglil, ). who win unconscious" ho
the merchant C. A FI'TCII I Monday, Feb.2nd I. being a legalholiday I
Both are right-- in stilled, was taken In" hospital; in
the Big Town so far liS his customer Tomnornv S.-"et n,.v I the lumks in Slarko will bei ksonviHu' l hy II pausing motorist' ,
in Big Town are concerned and the lined.i I'liKlomers" with business" InI whom he wan given I lieiilmenl. Their
SCHOOL DISTRICT ASKS
W. BROOKER tho lianks should In so
YARBOROl'GH with
merchant in Starke so far as his customers OF I IMttMicl injuries, ihd not jirovi-" -erltnis, and

in Starke are concerned.But RAIFORI 1'SSEfW.Y mi, Saturday., hilI hilI'"' now aide,/ to l I.e oi-l.!
the merchant in Big Town. : --- .---
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W. \
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Yarborough of Raiford
can't extend his territory to Include ed to the great beyond pass I FOR ELECTION ON BOND ISSUE \\ OOIH.UNWnndlitvvn )
Starke in this promise of benefits' that I Tuesday Feb. ( .1. I D. :MalliixVMIX l. I, I
I I.awtoy. Feb. I tl.- 'apt.I
ruary yth after a short illness. I Fol I 1\/--\) !Mr l and :MixL. .
customers from buyi7fg i his i to ..lackxonvil"Friday.
to hIlRin""iHil'I'
come I Istorl. He --- --- a
was Gil! years of age and was anactive U. 1 Hi-ninaik u i of Jai'lisonvile.I nponttile
.'. What would if Starko $2.:; ) ) for STATEMENT: : IMMIhS NEEDED: IN I
you say member of the Raiford Baptist Proponed" Bond l-xue for .00l weeleliil. herewith :Mr*. !1">11-
merchants inserted advertisementsin church lie leaves to mourn his death Ii Erecting: and F"IUillpinlC1",1.'rl1: FKEE: : STI'DIES: IS AShF.D Mr.: and ;\Ir... A. A. Smith were in laark'H, ,parents, :Mr. ami ;MM., J. S.

the Hits Town papers 100 miles a wife, three sons and five daughters. School Building.Twentyfive ::. SI mu'ke Thursday.Mr. :Norman.Mrs.: .
and promised to save money to Feb. : and, :Mr.. Torode'' and cluldr.'iiMary
away The family have a host of friends! Tallahassee VI\ Superintendent : i : :Maggie' I llrowning i u rettirnodhomo
the people there if they posed by their throughout the county who sympathize I names of propeity. owners of Public\ Instrui.lion, W. S. ('11w- Lucilo, K.Iwin; .nml John.lhul" Friday from .1",'I.Monvile i wherushe .
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own merchants took the train for with them in their beravement. in the Brooker school district were 1 thon has just written I the county superintendent were guents Sunday, of Mr. In.1Ir.! spent thi week wit 11 lolativoM.Miss .

Starke and bought of the merchantshere presented on a petition to the school "* of education requesting :Marion. t Oliver I In Baldwin. ; I.hurt .loyner. left Friday, for
? You would cull them CARD OF THANKSWe I \board asking the board! to call an I thoir estimate as accurately as possible :'III'". W. II. Uiggs and :Mrs.' II.: It.Wells her, homo ill ieorgia; lifter teaching,

fools, if you didn't use stron-rer: lan wish election to determine whether bondx of how many free, text books of I were shopping in SI III'ko last II HiicccHKful I term of Behind u hen

guage. to thank our friend andneighbors in the sum of $2.;>,00l.00) should btJ i issued a tentative, list just compiled will beneeded vvoek., I f'. )I.. Milliard, and Simoon, I'lnllips
Yet the case isn't so much differentthe and especially Ur. King of for the construction and. equipping I, in their respective' schools for, Mr.! It. It. Thodispent Thursday in worn I"iiuui hesS visitors i I to I Lnko, ButlerMonday.
other way 'round. Lake Butler for their assistance during of a new school building. Tho the -'n-27:! termum.'fhe I .1 Iai ksonville.Mr. I ; .
Let's pet down to the figures. the sicknxs and death of our husband Wimliorly i ,! of I Highland I I attended .
and father. petition Ix being !published according I I list, whiih vviix diawn up l hy ; : .1. S. Norman was a Ini' ihesrt' vii.lor
Big City Shopping Costs", I to law and the count" school lionrd! Cavvthon/ with the idea that it would i hurch her Sunday.Itohpit I I to Stnrkn Friday.Mr. .
Let us suppose that Mrs.' Smith Mrs. -W.--F..-Yarborough. & Children will probably ixsuo. the mil for election I he subject to complete revision if :Moore i "f .J.uksoMVilli: i '! spent( and ;Mrs.l I""v..' I Homuaik) of Jack-
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goes to one of the Big Towns to shop. I in March I I I tho week-end with hill parents :.l r.' I\n,11, I
UNION TEMPERANCE MEETING nt their regular meeting necessary contains only tho liasitl studies Ronvjln' I were tho guests of relatives
Hr fore will be from $fl to $15 by : ; and none of the supplementary :slid j. II. :Mooro.D.m here Sunday.!
the very closest) figuring: dependingupon There will be a union temperance I \\OM.\S'S---i.ln; (ill.VTEFt'L: i I books because of the fact the TextBook I I I I lowell IIf Lake Cily.VII" heie .1. :S. !Nrruman; ': and! I It. L. Phillips"

where she goes. She spends meeting, In the Methodist church the Commission cloos not consider tire. nn business this week. were IIUMJIIOS visitors to Laku Butler
from half to a full day or more in ''I last Sunday night in February, being ., Tho officers and finance committee funds on han,! in the treamuy sufficient Mr.: and t1 rs. Ilurnoy and, family, motored 'IhiKrsday.Mr., .
transportation time alone and this February the 28th. of the'Ol1l11n'lI Club of Starke. wish to fit in ko Sunday, afternoon. I '
Farther notice I I to furnish nil needed, studies : ami! ii[n. CivirlcH! : I Hiurison I of
time may be worth something.: She will be given next week. it were possible to thank personally up to, and including the sixth grade. Mr. '"lflIrll.: l Limix Hill accompanied of Jacksonville vvt'iu visitors heroSunday.
will no doubt have to stay overt The lealer, of the ;Methodist choir each one who in an' way contributed After the estimates of tho county by their little son, Louis. Jr., and! .

least ore: night and her hotel bill will:! will arrange for a union of all the to the success of our entertainment at I superintendent. aru received thu total! Hilly 1 Edwards, Jr.f were. guonts of :Mr. Mr. a rut, Mrs.l" I C. S. I Doeba) ) and I clul.droii .
be $5 per day. No doubt she will attend choirs. tho Gaiety Theatre Wednesday eve. number of books needed and the cost Charles Hill in Lake Butler Sumnlty.Mrs. : of /.ickminvillo weru visitors

the theatre probably with a guestat ning. will bo determined by tho commission I R. S. Harmon of Jacksonville, liero Huull&Y.It. .
a cost of from $1 to $5 accordingto There will be a meeting of tho [Especially do we appreciate the which any curtailments or o.l- --pout the week-eml here with her son. I K. I Drowning I i of Jailcxonvilo spent
her Idea of good seats. official board of the Presbyterian splendid work of Mr. and, ;Mrs. Demurest -IlIft..r< found necessary will ho ma.lo\\ Mr. II. I U. Harmon. I Sunday with his family. here.
Not a single article has been- fig. church in the church Thursday nightat i.i staging the clav and Mr. I 1 A state tax of throe-fourthx of a Jamcx: Austin, of Kingsloy Lake, -' ---. .. -

ured in, and all this expense has been 7:30.: All members of the board Stcrnbcrg'u clever work with the spe. mill was provided for when the free I was) in town Saturday. I I1 ZfJo'i"I

incurred. should be present, February the 20th. cialties. We are sure every one enjoyed text book law was passed. This tax, :Mrs. George Anlerxon was a guest I : .
nn.1Irs. FllcryThomas
I Frb. 1'J. Mr.
worth rendered, by Iliirh ... W. J. P.pp.r..on.in /.iff -
Therefore to make! the trip the music our thu hoiird announced derived a revenue of her m"tI..rIr. .
and Floyd of [.. .eHbur ,
w'xile at all she must buy a large bill GEORGE WASHINGTON" i School orchestra "Tho Symphony: of something like $ lOl(1l)0) which Starko Wednexday., : noli .
I the week-end, heru with the for.liter's
of goods. Tho average family i is not Seven" and we are indeed must grateful It stated ix doubtlest insufficient Misses Arthurine ami' I Kllth"'nIIIILn'Lr.1 spent,
was :Mr. ami, Mrs. J. B.
Next Sunday being the next to I StniltSiaturlia parents
day to
in a position to do its buying on this to them and to each of those who in the work of attempting to supply : wereisitorx Thoniax.
basis. You and I can't stock up on birthday of Washington Dr. Tucker took part in the program. We wish to i all public s..honl.'hilr"11! with all the : y. ,I
.'..rvl" Lowlx of Jacksonville spent
winter suits and dresses this summer will deliver an address on the Fatherof thank those men-hints and liuniness, books needed. It was !necessary it Dr.' and, :Mrs.. Price worn guoxl of ,
I the week-end here with hit parent,
or summer suit when: it is winter.If our Country at the morning ser men of the town who are at all times, was, added/ : to cut down the study sup Rev. J. V. Robinmm for thu wifk-end. '
I.'wis.
M Ir. and :Mrs. .1. W.
have what need to and vice Presbyterian church. and, contributors I l Is district, superintendent!
wa we wear \\ashil1/l-I' our very loyal; patrons ply to the fundamental studies. )Dr. Prim
:Mr. nll.1lrH.: I II C. II. Howard, un.lchildren
ton wan a devote I Christian largo.
just n little bit more, we consider I ami! who at this time Hhowed, Whore thee sanio book ix used, in anil while hero preached to a thu week-end lit Fair.banks .
ourselves lucky. But the trip to Big: I us a putroit and those who are inter. their confidence in us bv irmnir us two grllles.Ir.; Cawthon in his tentative I I ami I appreciative I congregation!; at with spent relatives.Lvon i .
Town means just that sort of a buying ested in tho growth of our countrywill their this :M. i':. ('hur'h.i .
advertising, adding greatly lixt. has included, i it in only onu Grace Crosby, of Broker, was visiting -
"spree." We buy more than We be glad to hear of and honor our to our treasury and we trust to theirs.: grade tho state taking the potion 1 i Among tho prominent realtors of friends hero Saturday afternoon.

.tie up money that night well be earning great Christian patriot. Last but not least we wish to express that tho moro different books xuppliod I the state transacting businesx in Law- and IIttltnd.,1
e .1. I H. Kelly son Clvdo
Eb.l; l Jr,
rs interest in the Starke banks. Tullahasce posse is hot on the our th-mks to :Mr. and ;Mrs. Uob- those "tudion now in the hands'" ; toy this week were John A. ihurch at Shady Grove Saturday unlSunday.
"Bargain Counter" Lure I trial of the alleged safe robber whose: bison for the use of tI.' theatre, and of the children will be. most generally mini ioijrgo; A. !Nelson; of Jacksonville. .
Futhermore, this kin 1 of buyer is to those many fricmfo, who showed bv :Mr ami Mrs. Ralph Hlnmhard are
shot
dead
i partner was early this morn- :Mrs. Henry Shaw ami children spent
uxcd.Thu having
also tho victim of the "bargain coun officers in their attendance their interest and educational department has! now ul home to their friends, I with
ing by pursuit of the yegg-; whichIs tho latter part of th! week here
ter." The very words. are a lie. Such men, after watchmen: surprised the co-operation in our efforts to free asked the superintendent to submit moved into their row bungalow I relatives

goods are cheap for the very good pair blowing a safe in a garage at from debt our beautiful club build ir, the cost by grades! in their counties an attractive addition. to the town.to Dell Dukes of Five :Mile Walt visit

reason that the Big Town merchant Greenville forty miles east of here, and mike it what we intend it to he, ''all qulky! as possible\ in order that :Mr. Thomas M. Baker, secretary Land ing friomU! hero Sunday afternoon.
Federal,
wants to get rid of them at any cost. Deputy sheriff Harts field was wounded a place of interest and nrido to the the list may be turned over to the the president of the Lnvvtey I Henry Shuw of Jacksonville, spent
They may be shelf worn, or out of by one of the the robbers when the community at lar e. publishers when negotiations for s'H'fplemental Bank of Columbia: S. r., was business.In I I Saturday, here with relatives.

eseason or what rot, in which case bandit machine was overtaken and he Gratefully.Mrs. :, : contracts wil be begun. thin week on official I :Miss Ruby Shaw and brother Fred,

they- would) be high at any r1ce. approached to demand a surrender J. H. Rit<:h. Pren. : afternoon. Dinner Party for Chamber ..f (',,m. of Ilrookor, spent Sunday hero witS
After you get back home if you The officers killed one of the yegg- Mrs. R. A. Weeks, thm.. Friday 'I merle! friends.
are dissatisfied with some of your finance. Starke Woman's Club. Miss Lucille Hall motored to Stance Woman's -.__
men as the other escaped. No identification Last Friday night the
purchases you can't exchange them. of the dead has been e Sunday evening. I enter.taint's1 Okeeehubce-Eastwood, Inc., an.
man delightfully
because the cost of another trip makes made PINE CASTLEPine !, G. W. Sheffield and Mr. Rogerswere I Club' of Lawtey of the chamberof flounces opening of new Eastwood sub.
yet.OcalalO the members
I
that prohibitive.If .- --- visitors to Hampton Saturday. division I in East Okecchobee.Loexburg .
from such Castle, Feb. 19.! -:Miss Lucille Clyde Hall spent Friday night with commerce at a dinner party. .
you have come a trip Spanish type homes will .
recently, price the things you bought be erected in Druid Hills. Hall attended the movies In Gaines- Vonnie Riley of Hampton.Mr. Govern were laid for twentyfive.A This -!New; street paving t 4
in Big Town at the Starke stores and ville Saturday night. Bitch of Starke was a business i merry evening was enjoyed. cost $ijUOIIIIIRl'pr'ved) ) by city conu
strike a balance on the profits and, shortage and reorder But most important Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and family visitor here Friday. informal party wall held in appreciation mission

losses of the trip. That will convinceyou of all the illustration and description of Starke spent Sunday afternoon 0.V.. Sheffield was a visitor to of the splendid work of tho cham.r S
beyond argument as to why you\ in the catalogue, except in here with Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. Starke ;Monday.[ .... of commerce and their untirlntr Jacksonville-Work processing on

should buy of the home merchant the case of a few staple and standard G. W. Sheffield was transacting :Miss Lucille Hall was visiting Miss I I interest for the good of our town. new municipal airport.

articles led you to expect better business in Graham Friday. Cleo of Hampton Friday after.
Price
DisappointIf
Mail Orders : Entertain for Mrn. :Moore home opened ensuito ant, beautifully .
You i Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Hall had their I wax
received bill of goods and you are disappointed. as! noon. .
you have just a I A pretty affair of the week was given decorated with ferns. carnation
them under protest or you ex. guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn J. of Starke visitor .
goods from a mail order store subject keep I R. Dowling was a by Mrs. J. II. :Moore, when she en- and bowls of narcissus.
them and Incur further Hall, Vonnie Riley. W. II. and B. E.
it to the same acid test Figure change/ ex in our section Tuesday morning. afternoon reception in
Hall tertainod at an About forty ladies! were present.
of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. A. C. eI
your money order free your postage penditure.Why buying in a big city is expen. Hall, of Waldo I Winter Park _Contract let at $2>,- honor of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mrs. Moore was assisted in receiving

your freight and express charges wasted.insurance sive will be discussed in next week'aarticle. Cecil Rafuse and Vivian Saxon of 000 for construction of new WrenTaylor I David :Moore a recent bride. by her daughters, Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and
and the time
you Hampton friends here t building. The )lower floor of her attractive :Mrs.! W. II. Edwards.
Then take into account beaka e, were visiting



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rSdfrHifsclt She read the name aloud-the
JournalM'GISK
blond) hammered at bar temple.

i F wfio Fordoir "It's John Arnott-the man who -''

wrote to me when Peter was wounded i;:

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: : MATT.WII": SAMMV' STP"Sif[, w; ""Fs'GklFFIS' IILLPYl tiM fiUBYrt nYRES She passed the frlrl und went out ".
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the open doorway man In khaki;
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1 1I "I'n. \il :: i ill the sou ,uf wit, and 1 the N [1Jli mcniptonous. whir whir of the I Soon" she end added Nun rhdifulb.Bhe w, i" a great con- ho turned rather stiffly oa he heard
a i tluif hurt been saluted
machine her he gravely.
step
r ,"I I,. li'irm!": c.f 1 u \vrit! M lusMJh, i{) .or-..... [- sewing'he only( wound, la Use lilt 010"'" mutt for Nan a'r" ta'.l: and wHulifht
'Ml Marrabyr""Yes.
IhR.tlook..d "

? ; I The s ,in' never rises on U.' tenmlof ) ..'\.. .): .-...... -iuH.-d,'| suddenly. '\ and Nan table\MarrabjnrA .boforoii.jrnnd as A" willow fenrlisii-vim, Ilio I'lu.. 'world e yes!' from ." N'ln. felt as If all ber ..
< | "lliows\ ) on I the I
ru In r ,
L and a firm I breath hud gone out In that lfttt.monueyllabrc '
a .'l..ic.ot--tl'8.. dill Jt f. Kr.. h-r fingers. through hero beneath. loin l braes
Io inn
wh.nmic.U dime at onecorner answer; something was
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'-" \ ;.,;. j.f'rQ .11 null wan U weary Bi.lur |I IFed i mouth wllli a odd crooked the matter-he had com to tell her
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nn
\ l-t bin in j! < bent' so the sen- fed its fed ''il'!" she said ;, that save
I up. tho
and a muss oJthl 10 tell her swayed
i'"r ( In*'<*, ti b. 'rii" n all in once she newt of 1I11i'8"rnncr.|
[. i. k brown h.ilr that curled like a forward with momentary bee of si-ll-
laI'I.} ''lonklnic 'norona at the gIrl< (
I.'' flue idea I.r dumb student Is one I I ,I'i ', sal '" i lowh lr hy tho Ire( i iu boy s about her r.TiW'l. \I.," caught control supping hm urm.
Teter
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"What Is 1\ It's --tel
f:' v' i i.i. v.l ..1 i ht> lie i )Is pnp' goes to thAI e i t ii., back of her head me mil
UIi' tho
s t.i""< and.] U'-ks fir an aaplrlnt 1(1
? ''lobe The man atuwsred hastily
now wore
.,:.!, t i : V"II'' I 01 l hem (for a moment In The cotton "mi t
tt startled
-e the "No. no-I'm rrv
(:\ bar I wee riA li'iic:' .1 "'r CVCBl"d
bonding
rS7r5'S C ,1 I 'i ir" ) CtiA\n
; /In I Lh"I.... wee you; It's 'lltiuIJn"thlng like' Hint
lv cut
t rather" n\er
ilic' ntnte mi\e: UH the teachers" und UIJ 6 in u bin .W.H, Livid She said gently; don't .ifruld. I ittoniNyou .
ne.l! uhowlnB Please bit
I"r I ,1011llh.
turned
I p I" ., 1'ic' demerit ,i l.natii.it old Rasuilty: : list alone.It < ,
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: 0n \\.1 l I h, na quite well
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of thin
1111 .t'I'lll itll? ( U '. ? r.: I .cas, t hr xhnii'ii tit I ant n t"t-, v :s fi-ixhctl; !, the) grade hi i I.J I i. s 'v1's' i1 I r:, .hi'n yuu know Its>iiilto weltS OliO Joan a knew.K"I lm, ,,, I < r L\sur's bill Nun forced.1 H shnky tuUKh.
,,'I no
., 'I'I d! t1,1' T would I 1 (I il .1 I,i. "I 1 I ,1>::111.
i : in i :t me, i i'>.\:'bll' Viilentpiiipart"; t I .
I'm often such
; i 'n 'i il I 111... '" ,rv midge before ell::net ring 'I"n'I Hurry-- not n
III 1 Ile: ledii, f utillj' ; '''n'' i.. I 1 I "', T1u'it.( bust it. 'ind white hat-box ', i i 'isi:ii,; un .. fo.il Won't tn '"
i wav 1,1'i "e it (L" ,1 vi c ,u>" 'o \I' ," i : "tied hack fine had 11.' l I i: d i- to l Is Im van come
ut to I .. ,1-1 1." I. I 1'n 11.< 1'' lr', '.,: .
t lafH to
( the first of la"t vi:k, I'I tens ii lu ( hull, fI' ,10" 111 over
Z5 iSi''ii'S! 2a'! :. ZrrSSZ4Z5t15Z52! ? 'I
iii-t, rated tad 1 ill "[i ..t n'e. I 11,1: t.' ; : ] c> \errd with whit ti> ,un met r amid "j l.ir fiicm' I L i"" rI"| vv the
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oak t "clvc this t'i 'K 'q'e b' fight hearts n AHPUPp"l I >.any
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red W'I' i'tdtd! AnOK
11.1 II. S. IBunkAllen r o.i.:
III tho hint two > ,"a i 11.' d".th' ] 'ninff in 'I I 'inn. t i d''v 111 tpiP i'iti, t; troii'jioni :
tho top wall mule: b. cutt .
I
of uthlcti''rf have ) frequent ] r" 'hui Ii.lr" >, s''if"1! brinky -
n ; ,
w r,''' '< ' gout u large heart. DurinV the "i't! : !"
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( Mutthew !I" M 7 ; ; ;; ; "i'.5'2ii! GLIFa L r"I'.i | ) I :
'hri-ty! !" ball1' !hrrluvudpil'iier : ,
Hick ns Vulentln.vrJrc mid: or IV'My' ,In. Ilio, H'lTll' (II,In't tt kind
;; \ ; i 'I i'; Frunk''hlasw .do think of the rJ +
.t I What
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| ; you brought they were nnlle,111I the box. p ,\ .i|1..nl'P--1Jf.t m" with! a sleeKhi t :'+ l P r
lit \\1\! ; WIlIt"* | > i niji' ,.t 00) tend Pe..cyUnlJhl" fresh, n loom n" n whole., At the party Friday afternoon, af1 ul like ynursv". sho deumndod. flhe

/ !" ,'I,* .I 1JIn : Clcvy--An n holt, fine; us n room 1, tar:: a IJCO'ItnllUhnd' been select 'd III a'IM'A1 dew it tl'u siu.iolh. Culr

l 1o.iscli, "llvv fi .(1 that I thu athlete not so ,good.DavidWhat: 114 in ir-if the till l.'v-do! htrvitli, <>nvy,
got to recclv
oryotie ( ready his
or '1 Ion i. 'b., .IuV""u'" .. |Irving theIi
HCI.',MIS younger\ Jitin ho really ik.
her
mail When a loud whistle. ?'
wee
..10lnu think wh('n: at 'iitinimn. coniplaiiiwl
We remember, $
athlete
ua they wore heard nt the door knew .
writing wo tho postman nvidly all"l
you see that uky In Jnx. 91
in thoir (rlor.\'--nut us\ they were in
1.00-1 I thought the wishes hadetaoiIco had arrived. Many beautiful "loin,, Bndlcotl: lai-nl i.ur, eyes
the latter purl of their cnreen. In 1 wireless hat valentines wore received and everyone a,...8 ,,orfouily "llrnL that she had I
thought the I
football boxing mill it has. '
mnniiiK ,
voted the party a great success n" I" 'n llatumrtKThru i
been found I thut the utliletos; have not caught on fire. an' 'only three c""H.III..Jt1n

tn'JehIlIIr, 1 Si\lh IhQ- th" Ml'-'pcx!' today."' she wild
e for lank life. Grade I ,
Kilns Florence How ,do make
we a
Evoiy athlete tiluul I 1 know that bo Htoveplpp.Htmtor) Last Friday night the' nixti! I grade Two wounded' and one ml lllUg. Oh M
Nun-
does not stay young; and l must takecore -Take a long big hole and I room had a weenie' roost In front of 'I j'.i. o'iti.y! | di-flme t'l dlsuiiss. the I II
of his body while training Sonic- the home of tfrs. Robinson. After
warp some tin around it. <11'0' N'.u i broke tn, etiitly tbouflrhirt
athletes cut ton Mush while other playing/ a few roasted ,' i""
t'nnus WL- I | .y..jt stern. v( 1') ft'nd l ,. -'or I i QI
train themselves too 'greatly Jimmy-A wood cook gets 1lot\ : nmrfhmellow.s\ and weenies. Wo all iK-iv.n'. sake i' t'e (pretend to behccrlul

Dr. Anderson of Yule University mine than a college, professor. lint! u tfood time. Then wr- went home. I, risen If were not! Stand ( f

that ---S I "ir>. and I.-t me 'ry on your l 1)10118"'I' ll I
says athletes do not die .vnunj ('levy-Why shouldn't be ? A lot I rl t s'rl
I
and Unit: the longevity\ chum-cs of lh" more people take his enuisesJoseph i i Seventh Grade; s piln ,list nnlstieil." J li l/,

We bad n ,pleasant outing Wodne's- The Molt Joan hind, dragging ? 1
men like "Rt-,I" (:irnntre grid 1 Jack /
I Dempsey. depend !M-How's the poultry conditions day afternoon near town at which wo 1 Iwl''if r> her feet.
on their( habits!'! while'
out of training. over at the Str.te Farm. enjoyed games, a delightful lunch and 'I 1 shoved never' hnillv .it all if Itan.n
far Joan 8<11,1. And
t you. /
1 Wllhur-I-'il1e. the hens haven'tlaid ; n ninrshmellow roast. I II I
rerl'nps trainliitf for sport lengthens : Ihra.hit, "Mu.l: i r
/. mini's. life but it him. nut been a bad I egg: yet. We were delightfully entrrtained '('run, nil accounts filer must bo IIIN l 1, :
'I
1 coven that nthlrtex. die young.III.rrill : Friday morning\ .at the club house by u \JIKU-I|-ti., -',u,'" I
i :\Il'lvln-The WilY that teacher croviexamined. -1 the fifth Trade. (; Nun. Ill.
:Struth.ASSKMItLY f
--.- -- me you would hove thought 1 "'I' had a time deciding who should 'He i 1..11 : .r little bit t don't I

!\ be was I intereKled,I in my family tree. be our Valentino postman which WUA1I"'ldl"l wppose' joud even cull him good

(Cpcil-lIfll'bu she's seen a cocoanut 1 by guessing numbers in a man laulvlntf! I itnicmbcr lies! ,blK-1C the you nrnt like things a big

The assembly held its regular meeting tree book. Richard Lung being the nearest thai struck me about him were his

in the auditorium, Wednesday., / After I'hejner! because. he failed on guesser was postmaster.' t ,'yes and thu sign of his bouts." She
the business lender. little laughS ,
the meeting/ win f' 1.1l1gllc,1 lK"III s
'
mill-term. exams wrote back home Teacher (whipping F.lmo-Thls, she thought of N 'I
turned over to :MISH Thelimi Rnell- of reminiscence' an y yIfi
and said. that Starke was so small '- the when Rime had ant met f'ctcrl.etor
grove, president of the seniors. who burls I me more than it does yon. 'T dny
that they bad to stand the rhubarb on F.lino--Kcep it I stand. it. 4 uf the queer foiling that had
Iud, charge of the up can 1
t '
program. Miss end to keep it within the city limits.A ;k' u-eineil to shoot through every "",nf" 'I

Snclljrrove charmingly sang/ n number I .STUIIKNT-r.OVKRNMENT >f hi-i 'uutly. of the way ihut-foi no #

accompanied by :Miss Florence An II. II. S. student and an alumnuswere f" sulhlv reason fit all-sho had felt

chews parting, "Au revoir" said the After discussing student-govern I mho olur" rising m her !ices as elm,-
oel'he. whimsical. Binlln tn his
gray
After this n ,short" play was given alumnus. I mint pro and con mind correspondingwith evesIt -

entitled, Wild Nell of the Western Student-What's that? other schools concerning this we
ace. not often :Nun allowed
Plains," or "The Supreme Sacrifice" Alumnus That's good-bye in French.
bllcnme to the conclusion that it tnuuKHis to stray like this, she
Wild Nell ( N'otalio Marciunny) and Student-Well, forty demerits. 'would he n good thing to urbanize it ? Izei, how nocenRHry It wan to "reill'// "What is it? Iff Peter-tell me tell me."

Bill Rnlley (Inez Frinll) were! lovers, Alumnus, -What's that? I in Bradford High School & nrm mod on nerxcn. ourmK ineso
patient-not to let the dread and I Maun this U Lieutenant Arnott-
but Lady Vera tie Vcre, (Grave Wood) Student-That's good-bye at H. II. Wo have heard from Gainesville days, for her own sake and ulso fur longing overwhelm her but this oIve. "
Urn. Endlcott. She
forwarda
pulled
the girl with whom he wu sharing
from England, 0111110 on the scene and S. Palatka and other high schools; they I fling the shadow she had kept at bayso
_. l.onien. -the poor little wife of two chair. "Won't you. sit down?"
bill's .
won love Nell vowed determinedly waa persistent.It
very
revenge, use the student-government 'YiltI'mand
,Junior-You look tired today. happy years, who was wearing her. But John Arnott shook his head
but when she her rival seemed to be hoveringall about
saw captured find it
very satisfactory.Studentgovernment t elf to a shadow for the nuke of a
by two Indian (Alvin Wnsdin and Soph- (tcrutching his head) No, may abolish man with a jolly laugh and a heart her, waiting for an unguarded mo he was a square,built, rather clumsy-

I.oola Fuirir) her womanly instincts I'm full of life._ the demerit system and at the same like a lion who was facing death ment Its stifling In welch embrace."Let's to .envelop her with looking ;young man. with a freckled

Rot the l better of her and. she hundreds of times a day out In face and reddish hair cropped close
Bought A good way 'to learn the Charlestonis time keep order. The pupils if they go out. I believe I'm tiredof

the aid of Bill Huiley. In the meantime to ride, in a school bus ''are found to be untrustworthy a body France. the house-let's go to a picture to his' head. lie seemed 111 at ease.

the! Indians had taken the Lady | J of fellow-students cooperating with And It had been to Nan that palace and laugh' She broke Nan watched him closely. Deep

Vera do Vere to their where trouble had come Drst. off suddenly. There was a knock at down In her heart was the conviction'
camp the faculty meet to determine the
Fifth Crude | Peter Lyster had been wounded
the outer door of the little unpretentious
they were greeted by their squaw On Friday February 12th the fifth punishment of the pupil. This council seriously. Afterwards butter news Mat which the two girls shared that this man's visit was In some

(Edna Manninir and Lois Edwards) grade gave a play in the auditorium.This I is elected by the students of high; followed, and Nan drew. breath of together.Nan way connected with Peter. After

They tied! their captive to the stake, play called "The Magic Thrift ,,' school and, there is no partiality ; relief end the strained look left her dared not 'look at Joan. She moment she said:

prepared the fire that to be her eyes a little till now when aha knew dared not raise her from the
was Lamp had for its aim to teach every shown. The responsibility Is placed eyes "Oh, do please sit down."
that he was out of danger and coming
end and begun that diabolical war boy and girl to save their nlckles, pennies I Ion the students and they keep order I| home. glowing heart of the Ore. Arnott started "Oh-er, thank.*
It seemed an eternity till the hula
dance. Then-on came Wild Nell and I Iin the class in study halls
and dimes. room, pass j "If It had been ma I should have maid servant went down the narrow lie went on 'I- '
Kill!! Bailey; with a single shot tho Indians Each: grade from the eighth Itra.lodown ing from one class to another on the j gone to France If I had had to walk passage from the kitchen to the front Lyeter'e.Ve went out to Franc

fled and Bill loosed the bond received n written invitation. I phiy-grounds) and on the busses, but every step of the way and swim the door-a lifetime until they heard the together .lust October" Ho paused

that bound' bin Buffering sweetheartto These being written during nn English : docs not interfere with any of the' Channel'," Joan said after a moment, door open, years of torture till she and cleared his throat violently. "1
the stake As sliu saw the lover. 'faculty. This system trains the pupil her thoughts .tlt| with that fateful came back again.

reunited Wild Nell drew a knife from period.As '! for future citizenship as well as for night when the yellow envelope had Nan was bn her feet then-shu had -er-ut course you know ne's been

her belt and, stabbed her it happened the pluy was given I I been put Into Nana hands crossed the room and flung the door wpunded."
Ilh'ea.ly the conduct school.
on Lincoln's birthday which I is Feb. In j Nan made a grimace. wide-she felt .a* If she were suffo "Yes Nan' Anger were
bleeding heart This was. her supreme 12th. As he was ere of our most The high school has nn assembly I I "Ah. but then you're Tim's wife," cating. clenched, the nalla cutting deep Into

sacrifice thrifty presidents we feel that it and it is run by the students out'I J she said ruefully. "And the War "Yes. who l Ig It?" her soft palms.

--- --- was appropriate to have the play r library we have student-government. I! Olllce don't recognize a sweetheart In "If ;you please miss-a gentlemanhis "But he'. out of danger now" I

HONOR ITI'ILS very The pupils as\ wel as the teachers ap. ,,' I the Borne way. I suppose Its all 5 5 5Nan oard If ;you please miss. I went on. "They told me that b. wa
on his birthday. but ." She hershoulders. of "
right shrugged grabbed the card. quite out danger. JEleventh
All finals for the first seawater, The cast of characters are us! fol- prove of this system and we hope that e "Anyway; I shall see him "John Arnott, Lieutenant. -U To Be Continued) ,

have been Riven. The following pupils lows: we can soon perfect our organizationof

were exempt from all final by The Herald-Graton Cooper. this system of government. 'I' IJIIIWUUlJIIIUIUWIIDJIIIWIIllWliJllllllllIUIIIIIIIUWIIIIII WWIIII1 .,WWIIUwuWWItWWUkuiWWWWIWtlCllpigllmlBeverly IabWIgMIri I Wl IIIIII IIIII1II--I---

making an average of 02 per cent !In Sally-:Margaret Williams. Mary Lee Wynn.per '
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each subject for four months!) and not Jack-Julian Peek. -
I K. II. S. )HONOR ROLL Miss Madjfe Mid. Cady. Miss Cora Calhoun
falling below any month in deportment Thrift-Sarah Hope Ilnynes. I Kvnell: Strickland. Grade-Alvin Wasdm,.

Genie-George Uowers. : FOR JANUARYFirst lIpton, teacher. | teacher. I Eugene Matthews Hazel Middletoiv

Elise Jones, llth grade; Gussie Mae Tlmo-Thllma Seals.MaterialSunshine Fourth Grade A-Mildred f GriffU, i it Seventh Grade-Delia Williamson Edna Manning, Elise Jones, GussioIae

Grade Billy Powell Lillian Henry Silcox Milton Brownlee. Mrs.J. Bennett
Bennett, Ifith grade; Jessie Williams, Hundley. Lois Long

lath grade; Lois Gainey 10th grade.; l\oney-\Iary! : Hrownlee. Stump Carol White Leila Crews I t Fifth B-Grace Alvarez Currie :, A. Wasdm< teacher. Twelfth Grade-Clevy Norman.

Edna Manning, !Hh grade Ten Little Silver Dimes-Mildred, Floy Thomas' Hazel Stroman Annie Hutto Sinclair Peek Jr., Eva Pre-i Eighth Grade-iris Brown Lois Teachers Miss Thelma Brown Miss
Louis Hall Luther Colley Edna Stansberry Pearl Manning Florence Matthews M T. J. Alderman
Morgan Marie Brown Fenelln/ Snyder May Thornton vatt. Miss Eunice Perkins, teacher. 1 i <9.

II. II. S. PHILOSOPHYExaminations Lucille Edwards, Bertha Dynl Wilson Beatrice Moseley Francis Lee Fifth A-Richard Williamson Ina Evelyn Strickland Louise Prof. :S. S. Dowling.No .

Margaret Brown Etta Fay Gill, Catherine Peek Virginia Alvarez. Mrs. Knight Haynes | Hayes, Thelma Silcox Dora Manning
are things invented Itanini. and Miss Ray Teachers. Andrews Annie Varnes Hope Theordore Young:, Leila Pea Andrew, Worm In a Healthy Child

by the teachers to make us think better i I :Miss Ethel Griffin assisted with the Second rnde-Cecll Thomas, Cur- ''Florence Fincher Bertha Dyal Mary :Mary Torruella, Miss Helen Caldwell i All children troubled, with Warm ba... so ea
of tests. Vonda In- Brownlee. Mrs.,S. M. Cox, teacher. teacher. I bMJUir color, which Indicate poor blood,andrale r a
I play by playing the part sung by the tis Newman Elaine Wynn I Grade-Elizabeth Williams there Is more or 1 IBM Momech dUtnifcuea.
actors. man, Lois Judd, Willie Avoy Thomas. Sixth High School Department I GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC rives. nolartto

Our idea of a nervy teacher is one The work started the fifth Miss. Ethel: Griffin teacher. 1 Victor Thomas Melba Silvox, Evelyn Ninth Grade-William Duncan Toledo ,, two or three week will nrteh the Mood, tie
who would break his ruler was on Gary Over- Gainey Edna Strickland. prove the dlAemlon,ud act ..a General 8tr nfcenlog -
B and : Sanders <
on a Im-\\ grade room Saturday.! Third Grade -Myrn Myrna Stump Betty I Tonic: to the whole mum. Nsurewlll dIeD
pil and then make him pay for (o'rink.Im8 Thorton Gertrude Moser. street Louise Marshburn Ralph Cox: Tenth Grade Jessie Williams, ;t throw ell er dlapcl Ike worms sad tkedtOd will'6*

new one. Friday afternoon after all work Third Grade A-:Martha Powell Grade Coleman Kenneth Church Margaret Dodd Lois Gainey. to perikct bealth. Ptaauattottft.*. Is tar bs la



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Just step in and order t up a hill tall satis- \\"t' teal: in styles.! Eying soda, maltoil milk or special. Drop ltlu.l". I Phe,only t thinK) we are not h\n\\-\ \
a straw and take a !hig'! l long deep ot III ire PI'IC Wo curry a most cumin -
swig: Goodbye thirst Hello Joy ploto,' "stuck, of men'14 und hoy,,' furnish-
: ESTA'fI-J inns, MIIU and OVCI'l'lIlttol.VI.: .! hope to
In- 1.1\* 1111'.1 with your palrotmifo.J. \ .
, HOT CHOCOLATESodas NIMPUO: >CD I FAKM LANLIS;;
r Sundaes
CANDIES Improved I'arms Turpentine and Timber IamU.., Residences in Starke, Dm'Mlnj j
Lots for Homes and Business, I Lake Kings.1)! Waterfront Lots. !
as you like them !


Mitchell's Drug Store M. Alvarez


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11.i\i- Mni' I'\ "I' \\'01'1Il'on (Mail ):('11111',111-
tei-d 11"'i','.: I It' you\ have you are our
There is a use for Celolex in every build- AHAUGAIN: t'uti'iii'Tll ,' -

in?. Large; No. 3 can of those" good! For Sale not and I you WI'llI'lpllll'' owe! then

CALIFORNIA CLUll TEACHES: \ DII \\ ill ;alot'l'L: customer ,
IDEAL INSULATING<
< LUMBER 25c 7 Acie of Rood land, part: well \\r t 1 It >M nil t HIP new shades! in silk andS t till

ft need. Fair hoine.: 1 1-2 miles of .'hilt I MIi+ !Price $2.00.
\\i> .iN. h.iia full Imo of children":
o II by S ike. $700.00/ ; Teims.G.MJNMAN. : ;
<- 1.2 -.inU-, I in-I( al'l'i\ll'd--tlwv tire sold tin-
Variety Market J a ,1'1'' i .1. nmnoy-liack' + nunrnntoi'gi\v
QUIGLEY & DAVIS
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If it's meats you want at the .best: prices t I Marguerite's Shoppc
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YourEarnings; Co operationCooperation


S,, "many, ) l pf.>"|>'lo 'in this community" haw

found our+ ,'ollllsplot' grout valuovluii propoily ( -

__ _ ._ _____ __ ___ is lrnll"\t't'rr'pd, they have also found itfimvcnknt
and nal'tr to make such financial+

MOST everyone works hard enough for nrranui'iniMitH as loans; :and 1I1II'tg'lg'I''i:

the money he is paid, but in so many means mutual I I help.I It always I I results in benefits.It !' through I this I institution.Service .

cases loses out by not realizing that a
definite part of it should in turn work constitutes a power for good. It means profit and accomplishment.

for him.
The welfare and growth of Stark\ e depends upon co-operation.
THE really successful I, saves by a practical plus Safely

plan of daily thrift, and comes in The merchants of Starke have established themselves and investedtheir
possession of a sum of money which i ii: money here and constitute a powerful factor for the growth and bet-

patronage I per cent on Savings.LOANE .

;-SAM': i DEPOSIT IJOXESPLUS ::
i WHY not call and arrange to open an When you send!! jour money outside of StarKe I it cannot be "spent, ,by SERVICEBradford
account with us? the merchants to help build the community:


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Bank of Starke

When You Spend Your Money Here BANK


"Bank Pay 4 of Per Helpful Cent On Service"We Savings You Co-operate All Benefit

Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

Established 1889 Starhe, Ha.







Shock AbsorbersWON'T

TRUSTWORTHINESS Dependable Service (! FKIHUJAICY SALE
TAKE UP A $3000 LOSS If star,
(JOINfJ; ON:
Your car is BURNED,. STOLEN OR
GAS & OIL
TIRES TUBES
: HITS SOMEONE: We fill prescriptions with purest standard ,
Trade At Home
ingredients. You can trust our recommendation -
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on "home remedies."
i Let us tell you what complete automobile You can buy as cheap: at Stump'n you
1 coverage means, and what it cost can: from mail order houses
PERFUMES: STATIONERY ETC. ::;
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INSURANCE: ()Jo' ALL KINDS

i Corpening's J W. Andrews Jr. STUMP'S STORE

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Harold C. Wall DRUG STORE

I FORD PARTS AND: FORD SERVICE

(Formerly Inman & Ritch) TilE NYAL STORE J

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I KracJenton-Plans on foot for erec- mains being laid throughout city.-tion Co., plans $2,000,0:0: building gram to get under way within next I I I fur erection. of new -73,000 Daptladthurth.
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS- tion of new school building in West Frostproof-Development of Frost program for 1929. few weeks. :
TRIAL REVIEW Bradenton. I.akdand-'Iuniclpal airport to be I Ibult Dade City-Ground broken for first fsburgLocal bank ilppositti
I . Sarasota-S. F. Rolfe plans to erect proof Tampa Gardens Macfarlane to get under Park way.subdivision ., ; here. unit of new Highlands Country outsido capital Club. \growing at rate of $000,000 a month
DeLand Huge development program $100,000 business and hotel struc Fort I'ers-New East End Theater 1'alatka-Local and I'cnsacoln-Group cf capitalist I)
I: to get under way at Ponce De Leon ture. wl1be\ placed on market;will be built at cost of $35l.>,000. I will develop Stlnwel property, northof 'launch 0,000,000:> development pro.
I Spring Tarpon Springs-N.w Chesapeake soon. Tampa-Peninsular Telephone Co., city limits.LeeaburgMore. !gram near here.Jacksonvllle$200,000.
Eustls-Contracts awarded for pav- subdivision being rapidly developed. Bradenton-21 streets will be paired 'will erect new $100,000 structure; than 15 develop- building! program -
ing approximately 116,000 square Tarpon Springs-New Taylor Ar- at cost of $250,000. work to let under way soon. ment projects under way, accordingto to get under way in Vista LMKio.
i yards streets. cade nearing completion. Saraatota-City plans construction Titusvi'.le! -Contract awarded for I recent survey or real estate activ- .
: StuartNew temporary school Eustls-Contract let for new white of 23-foot channel and harbor, costing constructing new water mains and re- ties. S"bring-New $83,00 additional wa
building opened on grounds of Stuart way boulevard lighting system in 1000000. servoir. Sebring-$160,000 school building to ter mains to bo installed in various
high school.St. !. Euxtis Height Tampa-Downtown building pro $12,000,000 extension pro- be constructed. part of city.
Petersburg-Plans announcedfor Clearwater-New plant of Crystal gram will involve expenditure of more gram planned for power West Florida coast, I Sebring-Chamber of Commerce to Tampa-Wolf Brothers clothierswill
construction of $2,000,000 stadium I Ice Company to be in operation soon. than $10,000,000.Tampasempie. I by A. E. Fitkln Corp., or New York. campaign for $50,000 hospital. [ erect 14-story structure at corner
near here. Clearwater-New and larger gas Terrace Construc Fernandina-$2,000,000 building pro- Winter Park-Plans being drawn up Florida avenue and Zack street
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t i I' I dto 1 hate, "th,, are the ones who have rreJvl -tCe.--

.1lh 'll1rs. afftred and 10Mt" I

SOCIAL : "1111\e- you many friend" here ?" An- 'la p.. C" t. itThe.

1 + t ,ire ;\1)1I.r. asked. ..... _.. T and"HY' ''' I.
i "\ with them all it the .'
I is, but is and WI"; "
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tame Besides our entertainers I an. HOI. ;i. .. ,"

1 Phone 29 SOCIETYMr t I SlIieJrte' kn ..
be.r. WHAT w..the Ui ,a full n u..o..a.aa' .
reared
OjrouHsoff who had been to -
I VHYoe ... .. ,.. "
u. i "aster" /
I r !I Itl et'e that life was all .sunshine and I
WHEN \ r stein ,pyramid of
I, I000 I .. / -..ng. Her palace was confiscated- C..rep' h .i" ;

. ... :: beinqt.hB Confessions also her, beautiful jewels and her fu-s HOW: ear yc-i? ;'.t-: =" .1' s: -ImoQuito I
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Now he takes in paying guests at H WHERE I. Canberra. 7ehrvr'.

HltlT'r-IYAI. Jones, the toast mibtr"*s. gave a i. of a. new iVll"e .... small house In Boulevard Berthier. At WHO wa. the Mit.bov rf th- 'M .**.pAre

I times she cooks Her daughter, thew .1.i men nfrvir ". >
short talk on class and school: saint even o
Albert W. Britt, of Gainesville-, | and asked that the ", evening be made j l td v Paul Sake a beautiful young girl works all day'as Give them ar cpportuoiiy by pl. ..ingWEBSTER'S
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and Minn Ruby Dyal of Graham, were* complete by singing the. high school = : a milliner in a crowded shop fora

united in the moly bonds of matrimony sont Those enjoying thin unusual affair ... taaa pataatre.r- ...... mere pittance--less. than she gave (

here last Wednesday] afternoon at were all the member of the Junior to her maid at home." : NEW INTERNATIONAL

3 p. m.Mrs.. I class A ROYAL HOST husband would be ->o broadminded and I looked at Lemojne who touched .

Britt was born and reared In fine" her nderchief to her e>es. My own DICTIONARY :.;

Bradford county and in held in high TUESDAY: AFTERNOON:" "U sosieda chata blya, The music stopped and we returnedto were moist Instantly we felt untold in your home rfiJ I.

esteem by all who know her. CLUB ENTERTAINED: Usosieda jonka blyaA our little table against the wall. sympathy for those of our own sex realizing school office "_..byi.

Mr. Britt IN formily) of Willmton, u mene ne chatinka The waiter arrived and spread out a what a struggle it would be to club library. r "t

but is now located in Gainesville, :Members, of fie: afternoon bridge Nema schtastwee nema jonka-" dainty feast The food was strangeand relinquish all the little luxuries that This"SupremeAuthority" in all

where he holds a valued position.Immediately club were delightfully entertained The song the young Cossack was a delicate aroma of spicy sauce are woven close in a woman's heart. I knowledf{>oiTarscarvicu. -

after the ceremony Tuesday by Miss Grace Shelldrake at singing in Russian had the enchanting permeated the air. "But let us speak of better things," immediate, constant lasting trust

the eouple lift for High Spring and the home of her sister Mrll. A. \\'. Anderson melody of a folk-song and then suddenly "Tell us all the names please. as we suggested our host "I make an apo]. worthy. Answers all kinds of question .

Live Oak and will }>.. at their home in and to our surprise he sang in I begged.The OJC '. I did not mean to mention it at *. A century cf developing,
Gainesville after the 20th. l>urirf the frames "Oh Henry's"were English the same lines:- go lang /\ all," he said perceiving the pity we.. enlarging and perfecting under exacting

--. I served and at the conclusion of "Sallie Sallie, Sallie, Cossack smiled now perfectlyat : felt but which was silently expressed. care and highest echoUrship
DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL and insures compteteniss,
the games prize were awarded. Mrs. My neghbor has a wife, ease apparently deriving a I The room was small so I removed my accuracy
utnority.
fOLUTESY R. J. Davis received an embroideredoval My neighbor has a home great deal of pleasure from introducing small chapeau compactness wm.for..ol..ofth.N.. .. VFirdmpceimen .
us to>> the famous Russian! fare uf Kvuulitr knij India Pp... KMI
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maderia centerpiece as high I haven't even a little house '* ." .....
"Oh your hair :Madame, it is short! booklet You nr the Jury nr> wtf To
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Quantities of Narcissus down in baskets from score prize, while a box of stationerywas Not even luck-not even a wife." i "The" first course is 1>lyaaoStror.n"ft. he exclaimed with a shocked surprise tboM.el..t..uckut...In.eh Map.G. ..publiclMD. .will swat"...

and red. hearts hanging presented :Mrs C. A. Futch as The first verse ended. Evidently In his voice.. C. MERRIAM CO.
greeted of Mm,
chandi lie-rs the truest I holder] of second high Barry had told the young Cossack my "And its wonderful too,'" commented SiviBgfablMue., U.S.A. fit. IS3I
Herbert C. Retch, when she entertained I Late in the afternoon pimento name. Lcmojne. "Yes, I waited and clung to my ** Jt
and l
afternoon hairpins until the last," I replied, "in
bruise Thursday -
at acutlon olive sandwiches and tea were servedby "Get up Sallie," whispered Barry, "Oh It has mushrooms and- and,"
fact until I unable hat.
home Walnut was to buy a
at her hospitable on -
} thu hostess it's a pretty little custom of theirs and I hesitated.'Tiny .
street I|I Tho::e enjoying Miss She-lldrake's when the song's finished >ou'e sun- 1 bits of beef," put in Lejmone '- The nnllmers would give me a patron-
Hard candies vere served on the izmg look and say. 'well of course if CRIPPLING PAIN
: \ K. J. W '
fclx tables arranged for 'slvelKNanli1ty41eDav3si| j : bytuuchinghi9KlaKswithmineliThen >ou juct won't bob you can't expect to
Vivian Saunders, "And though I don't taste it I know
auction the tallies being colonial i|IS.; Church C. A. Futch G. M Si..- we dallied the slender goblets! of the it has sour cream because there was find at hat that will go on over all that
red heaitH. | hair. I really didn't have so much but
Kir In holding trunk O. L Haynes. II. C. Bitch W. delicious wine. never a Russian dish served withoutit I AMAZINGLY
A beautiful yellow UiKtrcware vase I]' M.; Wainwright, II. II. Young, Frank The officer was introduced fill ," remarked Uarmgton 1'ierce they! seem to think that any bel'hvI I

was awarded the win ier of high score', j Hoover, ariel :Miss Mabel \\'elh'r.F.I.ISTIC I around. After he was seated Barry and Tchertkov smiled again and nodded jour tars is positively antique. \Vhy.don't ,
and set a Met of tallies and core pads I --- the girls! in Russia! wear theeir'sshort
I Curtisa made several attempts to start his he-act. I
the awarded for second E\: '.\:';(; VANISHES
wan
prize UlWTII.HIIOUJlor.US
.. I a conversation about the Bolshevik situation "Yes, this is the piece de resistance
hllCh. it\:MILETj I in his former country but Nj ', of any meal but it is not perfect without "Most: certainly not, Madame. He i] "
The hostess served) her guests with | I was adroity evasive each time. some tchai." was almost dramatic in his response. I

brick ice cream cente"ed) with a red j I social hour was enjoyed at the "Permit me to order a little repast "Some what?" "Shall I tell you why ?" Astonishingly quick and complete b
heart angel food (eke, and Halted almonds Baptist church last do I cried I the relief that people feel from rheumatic
Thursday eve. he begged "somtthing typical of the "You would call it tea,' he explained "Yes pain just as soon as they use
in red baskets.. fling, Feb. llth, when the Evangelistic old days. For tonight at least allowme in slow painstaking English 'but you (To be continued.CATARRHAL I this simple treatment."I .
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to a number of invited guests The men in our party exchanged Then we learned that the Russians DEAFNESS !I under the care of a doctor," writes

F. I. Turner was the charm- from this city anti Jacksonville.! glances "t admiration for this man always drink their tea hot and in H. B. Smith of 126 McAllister St.
:Mi! (K: I II. Card president of the Is often caused by an Inflamed condition< I Iof San Francisco Calif. "Fortunately I
bridge
the afternoon for funds of
who though glasses instead the
\InK hostess t" pressed was cups into which the mucous llntnic tf the Kuatachlan I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after
club Friday at her home on Call ft Brotherhood introduced the speakersof instinctively a gentleman whose hap Cossack explained they drop a few Tube. When this tuh IK |Inflamed you I In I using it for three or four days was fit
t>.e evening, who w're.1; I we a rumbling sound or Imperfect
The valentine idea! was tarried out ( r RalphRoberts piness it was to treat us as if we were spoonsfull of "Varenya" or mixed hearing Cnlesa the inflummaUon can and well."

in the decorations) in tho rooms where | Mr. John Keairan, }Ir. I'e-terj I!I his guests. Don't worry whispered. jams of various sorts. bt reduced your hearing may be destroye4 I How does Sloan's get these aston

the tables were arranged and l salted I Hidel, ;Mr C. A. Pratt, all of Jacksonville I I I Barry in a hushed voice, intercepting "I've never tasted anything ai delicious HALES forever I: ishing results? Because it does not

nuts was served on the tables throughout ; Mr. U. \\'. :Moore, of Ther'sMu.1 I I" look of anxiety on my face "we'll fix ," I declared, "its! just like I do what we CATARRH claim for It-MEDICINE ild )bur aysemot will just deaden the pain: it gets at the

the Barnes. and I Kev Thomas Hansen it at last It would l be embarrasint punch. When I go home I'm gomg-to Catarrh or Itifn, .s mused by I cause.
( Catarrh HALL'S CA1 AUHH MEDICINE: Right to the aehing spot it sends
handteiim'box These talks] tOlCet \( r with singing I a
The high moreprue, a has been successful.
In (lie treatment cl 1 healing tide of fresh germ-destroying
made the evening profitable wellas r.I Catarrh tor j
of stationery was won by Mrs U. I sold by all over druggists Forty Years blood. No need to rub. The medicine

F. iJemorect the 'booby prize, a fancy Interesting, F. ;J. Cb: ney Co: Toledo, A itself does the work.
pin cushion was presented, to Mr*, J. Mesdames George C. White, J. F. I' 1 __ At once you feel a warm glow of
C. Kobinsun. The delicious luncheon, I Kit'kilter, Jr., M 1. C. :stith find C. A. I Ill l comfort-then relief. The swelling

nerved after the game consisted, K II //.t' served tho bounteous feast in FOR OVERZOO stiffness and inflammation go down.

of fruit salad l. mindwic, 'hl'M. potato chips u plcainriK and attractive manner for The pain stops. Get a bottle today.
All
saltines, hot ('},,"'olate. On each pintowas /jwhieh the Brotherhood' was very grate. I druggists-35 cents.

favors ful. Those present were:
placed u valentine aR I YEARS
Unmet present were Mesdames I I" :Messrs. John 1'. Reagan Ralph K.

\\'\'mun.Iu.: ....l Weller n.! :\1. Inrnan Roberts, Peter Jjlell.) Chart. 11. King loan'sL

O. I.. Beanley) K.: :M. Johns K I P I>,enioreiit G. A. I'rutt, II. W. Moore, J. E. Norman I haarlem oil has been a worldwide

A. 7.. Ailklrm, O. I,. Havnes Kd.: Ed ThoMas, II. L. Brownlee, H. remedy for kidney,liver and n ment

ward Hums and :Miss Aileen AlvurcDKI.K.ifirHIL /. N'e-wsoinc Truby I'mholsUr. Gruver I bladder disorders rheumatism KILLS PA1N
Sweat Feaster firiffis, L C. Powell "Oh your hair, Madame!,
lumbago and
: ; V I.ENTINE:: Fred" Flume, J, )F. Kick!:ter, hr, CA I II it is short" he exclaimed uric acid conditions. -

inn i KK: PARTY Knight J. F. Kickliter, Jr, K I II.) II I -
Card, L. W. Kickliter, II. B, Wiirsti n.M I 1 with a hocked Hurnnse m cQW M : Stop Night Cough

One of tin most delightful) bridge. C Stith, Kev Thos. Jlal .l'n, Th r \ r I I (i, his voice. lD4
parties of last week was the one given eI :
Connelly, G. W Alderman. This
rW New
. by :Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Andrews, ,Jr., ---.-- : '''=4IS !; Way

Friday evening at their home on :Madison l.rnItAH"1): SOOU I
street MKK-IIM.: 01' 'I UK' W. M 1. !S. correct'internal troubles,stimulate vital Quick Relief Thru
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'I'hu vnli ntine idea. way tarried out organs.Three sizes.All druggists. Insist I Simple Treatment
Monday afternoon at the attra" on the original genuine GOLD MEDAI
in the definitions, and fruit punch winhcrvecl
the guests during the iriimes. tivu home of :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, oil Thousands who have been unable to
North Walnut street the Woman' sleep nights due to irritating night
A lustreaxe Driven Mrs S. L.
was Are You Tired couching can now obtain
;Missionary Society of the Methodist Achy- practically
Peck as ladies first prize. while a church held I instant relief and sleep soundly the
table trump: mailter: wan I presuntud 1 an interesting literaryan very first night-through a simple but
:Mrs A. :S.; f'rewi a< the second nrUo. I social meeting which wan under All Run Down? wonderfully effective treatment.
th > "I lilt- direction of
A silver iihh tray WOK won by O. I.I ( the circle Jt.ud..rII'K. I This treatment is based on the pre
:\ I K:. ;M. Knokx.
Bin.ik'V as the irentlimen'ii first grit( scription known as Dr. King's New
and S. L. Peek was given u deck of The hostess' home wall made more i This Stark. Resident Tells You Row Discovery for Coughs. You take just

cards, as holder of ,second) hitrh.Hcliiioui plenum by bowls and vases of white | to CtV aU. I one teaspoonful at bed.time and hold
I narcissus ferns, yellow jiitiminc and I I i it in your throat for 15 or 20 seconds
chicken ,Llal. cheese 1.,11..1JIiV'M thl-
other. ci "th Tired all time*? before swallowing it. The prescription
( saltines, nut bread I. fruit cake spring users. e sucictytwas Lame stiff and achy? I has a double action. It not only soothes
and coffee were served. 1 I delighted to have with them MmO to refuse. They're tttuklera> for hospitality serve it this way all the time" Tortured with nagging/ backache and heals soreness and irritation but

Those enjoying this affair were: Mcf'ulk'in: ( who is district secretary and he hain't got used to thp Tchertkov was pleased. Knift'-like( twinges when you stoop I I it quickly removes the phlegm and congestion -

Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. I. !','ek.Ir.: and Mrs.J. of the Woman's Missionary Society fad jet that he's running this placeto "If Madame finjs that'! pleasant to or life? which are the real cause

:\Mitchell: Mr, and) Mrs It. J, Dais I of Methodist: church :Mrs eke out Il libclihooJ.< the taste she will be er-enparaditfed Millen.bl"th, headache! dizzy coughing.and So with the throat soothed
spells
and blucleler
:McL'ulle-ni possesses a charming personality 1 placed up to the iclance. with the next course of which : irregularities/ ? cleared coughing stops quickly
\ Mr. and Mrs. K. F, Oemoiest. l IIr. we are All
are sins, of kidney you sleep undisturbed and the
and is most sickness! entire
Interestingspeaker '
and :Mrs K L Hiififs. :Mr and :Mr*. I u "How lovely to have you order for about to partake. Use Doan i p.UII-a stimulant diuretic cough condition soon disappears.
and on thin occasion her ad- us''!I" I cried L. Wvman, :Mr. and Mrs N. Stern- an to the kidneysHera's Dr. King's New Discovery is for
hl'rll'Ir.: and, Mrs I". F Stump, Ceil. dreHH was along the line of personal American friend over here they rave portions which made the entire meal Starke UHtmu>ny : coughs,chest colds,sore throat hoarsE

and :Mrs. A. S. Crews Judge and Mrs.A. service in thefuMter'R: cause. about the marvelous food they've had :, appetizing and because too the time !Mrs, C. L. Vn: :hill:!, Cherry St., ness, bronchitis spasmodic croup eta

7. Adkins, Mr and :Mrs. W.1.: : The program! opemslvith, tho song, in some Russian place ao fur I haven't was almost morning we relished the say : "My kidneys became weak Fine for children as well as grown..
"Am"ril'II, the Beautiful" after which real caused by the '. 'I'\ water When ups-no harmful drugs. Economical
Wainwright. :Mr, and Mrs. O. L. Hem-i had any queer dishes at all j tl'll pting food. I ,
sat I ,
dawn
,devution.il exercises h"d 1" lirr-p' too as the dose is
were conductuJ He sri.led.; l."Shc'K nlArms on only one teaspoon
:Mr "Now pyroschkl, he announced, }
Icy and :Mrs S. L. I'eck. Mr. and | the of
arms a ful. At all
by :Mrs Itooks The roll culled emir In order to good! druggists Ask for
:Mrs. .1. hoover ;Mr and :Mrs. J. C. was quite young, n'tst-ce-pas ?" ,. passing:: what I presumed to be cakes. straighten up. I t u'u tired I and I had
Robinson) ;Misses Ailein Alvarez mill by ;Mrs J. W. White and each nii-nilu-r naked Andre Moliere1 "and like* the lap-jacks and cheese" avowed to grab lic.ll eif ," me.i:I.I.i to keep!

Alaliel Weller Joo Trubv and news "N. the Unite. :states of \\ at Mitchell !> N[
did I. live'i heard. i "Some-times with cheese-jes and rur 'oor After I had
-- -- --- America a :Missloi Field" ?" was : : < I by ;Miss Olive Ha\ and ;Mrs. .\, and I r..1tI.W
IIXMll'KI FOR JUNIOR me for J goodness: sake. I sometimes with cavair, agreed our
(L\SS!' |II.| II. S. 1Vout]1. The closing) i n i ether on the 'Heie'x where host bile, tit all il I' '"r.. F ter Milburn
my want knowledge Co.. Mfrs
i I BuiTiilo, N, Y_
procrraiii VMS u trio, 'Take' my life- "f iiiiisia: stands me in good stead," II And what is this last the desert?" I
A lov'ly'ent of !Fndav' evening; and let it be Consecrated I.ord.toThee
he (
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was a delightful bamiuct given at the ," sung very sweetly hy1; rH. U. has just paid you a very ice cream though they're not unlike" -
Woman's Club, hyIr.: EUIl"nellIt: f:. Knift'ht.Ir": J. W. Andicws Jr,
pretty compliment He has likened you I I "It's sugared frost or Sacharm :\10I -
thi-ws to the junior class of the Urael- and Mrs. K1.: We
Kooks. to the spring." VCO: charge
|I ruz, he IIlIid.'hen I was a boy I can
ford high School of which he in Delicious your
hot ,
prc-sl- chocolatewith
whipped (J hint i net quickly up I met the Cos- remember the man coming around
knt.The ,' cream and dainty sandwiches wire yack' eyes."May ,I shouting 'Sacharni Moroz! I would! 8
quests assembled in the libnirv nerved to the numerous guests who : I have the I Lu
pleasure of the rush to the window and there they Storage Battery !In 11110.Garage
at eight .. ..I.ll'k' and' from there included the I
i>rei- women of the church and wince?" he uskcil. I would stand with Sacharnl- [oroz under I

seeded< to the banquet table which was! j! the "stranirc-rs" who are within our I wanted to dance w ith him because their hats-which as you know are

very (effectively decorated with lei I gates. he executed even the most difficult very tall." I
japonicas, silver candelabrums with Smith's
CIIII.KHK.N steps with more tha-i! ordinary grace'I Wu laughed gajly.
red candles and valentine cnrJa I ;: Of' l'UI-'UltH.\t'Y: : StFarake
plait but hn* foreign manner of bestowing/ I "Its sugarcd-frost," I repeated, ,
und f.ivors.
I The Ruby Davis Chapter of the I hie attention upun me was so marked "Sncharni-Moroz. It has a musical lilt'

The banquet| consisted of five children, of t'i>llt'edi'rncwill hold a that: I was beginning to feel a bit uneennfnrtnble. I almost like a folk-song..

courses the valentine idea being tarried I business and social meeting: (' at the "Yes," agreed Le'moyne, "Imaginejust -

: out throughout n.h course, home eif ;\11'.. L. A. Davis on the afternoon "I have this with my husband, ," 1 plain ice cream being called lvanjtlimtr :

After the first course :Mr. :Matthew's'gave of Suturelav Feb :JOth, .it replied.< Then nodded to Cuitiswh,iVMIX as poetic as that."

u toast to thu il.i-) .. which way 3 !:10 i() ', I"k All quick to finished settled
: members are ul'II'I..1to 1 ] respond."What's I The repast we d..wn r--J j
followed by n toast t.. thi. officers ..f 1 -S
nd. the
utte' matter he asked us comfortably for a talk. MMoNs--l
the class by ;Miss'irginiu Weeks and L.
;Mrs. Lee 1'errvm.tn Davis nllfiMr '. \\ threaded our way through theimded 'Won't you tell us something about
following the second 1 'IIuneIIH"; Hazct _
t ( ; : "don't asked "ami friends.
Maud l Weeks Brownie>, space, you like our new I yourself? I your ,
Middle-ton gave to delightful Aeai ltaiit pla.vmate-?" i 1 assure you its not from curiosity I

readings< "."\ (rood little boy" Ilnl'EnppoKlnlt' indeed( I do, Cuitiss, I think ho's']'! ask. but from sincere and friendly in. I'Ll'MIMNG AM EI.E( 1'mI.: CON TH.\CTOH
bv Kelirnr (;ueMt. Ilctvvccn Lake 'ortheV
concern Lucerne moM interesting!, but he fairly takes tcrest."
the thud an I f e rt:. <'oursrs i h,. Ice Company to locate here. im breath away," His face which had been wreathedin :

orchestra leneleieel t tun sele-i Items. Dairy industry in Florida expanding 1 He[ m rather a fast worker. But smiles, now grew sad. Estimates :\Iade-Work Guaranteed

Later In the evening a tmi-t was mail" rarldly.Tumpu. its just their way of being polite. He "There is not much that one can I
to :Mr. :Matthews bv ;Miss Lucille* -$5,000,000 waterfrontle ..1 MARIE FLORIDAt'ME
doesn't mean to offend, say," he ..said "only that we are for I
Mitchell which came aa surprise.At \fleipment project being launched by "My but jou're a peach!" 1 exclaimed tunate to have got out and not waited j
the end of the courses :MIDI Elise Charles: I'. Glover Realty Co. I' .
preying! his hand, "not every until the lust. We are young and can < ...-- -. -, -,_. _._'--- ,
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..... FEBRUARY' ii2; i. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKF. FLORIDA (K-w'lZ1! PACE FIVE

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cacatasasacasa !:..2S2.ru6 J will be remembered I as Miss[ EdmiShiiw : :t AT THE I A 'lf'l:" ) of Gainesville\
[}I :jllroAe's tasteless. chill Ionic r"M>ir<'s

Bus of LocalInformation {;f, I We especially, incite the ladiesto rENT-A-WORD MOVIES I Energy Enril'hillIho and 1 Vitality by Purifying mid

S I come in anal l inspect: our shop. : lilisht.Yht n you feel! its
:Sturke- Bakery.The I "Left Co"im j I Mrt'II'IIU'nllll! !, liivtitoratliirf/ { ; tITect. ace how
I I i it brings eolur to the i-hiTks iiml, how

business and pr'lI'rnll11I".t1l1 I 'USD!:; \1' -1 I. HID l \\ 1 it improves the appetite, ymi will then

Concerning Our People, Business andS of tho W. :M. S. will be held :Moiulanfternoon. > FOR" -:SAI.KI.:- -' t" Smith; \ue\\i. t HIM" I "TIIK FAST :SII"Villant ; ; | "| |reclnta its trim tunic viilueClrovc's

I February 22. at :3:00: o'clock in first cl.iss I'lindiiu'ii, ,, .-> IP "B"iaii'Teleirraph. A \ IVMiM.: l'i..du>-tion ; Tasteless! chill. Tonic is simply'(
Progret of the County and Town. tit tho home of :Jlrs. J. C. Robin.on. 1 11 I \VitiiBetty Iron mid Jimiinn suspended| in )'ruJl. So

All ladies of the church are cordially -- ----- -- CUII1I'"n.d..I"Io.., :Meuiou. F.l- pleasant' even children like it. The buiixlneeds (
-_ ___ invited to attend. FOR SALE-Lnriro mount of eorn. hot t Dexter and Ziisu PittsIlore's giUMNK: : to Purify it iirul\ IRUII): In
K5S5Od5 ili tlb u u C3 ca EJ ca ca ta ca ca ca c i.n c. See D. I. Ames on former J.'II.: n society drama that fairly Enrich: it. IH-Hlmys, Miilnriitl permit/ and'

WEATHER REPORT I :Mr. 1W.. Buddington.. of :Middle- Mrs.. T. S. Williams has onened the Alvarez's place west of Stnrke. 2-1J burns up the screen, Kith its openly Cirlp; Kerns!KIToct.: by tillc.its Strenuttu-mmj! Invigorating -

burg, was transacting business here Ideal Restaurant next door to litchell' tf.FOK. action mill! nensalionul I surnrisep.
week ending Februarv You'll\ like it!
Weather for last Thursday. Drug Store and is prepared to I
17, 1926. serve customers at all hours. The interior )) SALK:-A $11>I1.OU Columbia; ,
SATl'IIDAY"TIIK '-'-"- '-"-"-"- '-"-"-
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Date Max. Min. Prpc. Grafunola and, 70 records) for $:iO '
Buy your bread from Starke '<< has been repainted l and furnished r-
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Feb. 11 51 84 ,00 Bakery, and keep your money and is now an attractive dining cash. See !Mrs. P. J. Carrin, near : l N\> JUri 1-:1'1 LA\\
Feb. 12 61 29 .00 Bennett Grocery Co.. 2.12U"FOR Slurring Klaine: HiimmerMein nod
at home. room. :Stop at the
Feb. 13 74 88 .00 Forrest Stanle'v t

Feb. 14 74 18 .00 SALE-Hutching eggs! from 1 1Koo.1 1\ KI'ISODK: \ ClltrUS n sTJo ln' t
Feb. 13 75 61 .05 Edward Edwards, of Jacksonville, Cjipt. Thos Benton Ellis Fl3, Civil laying strain white Leghorns American Lunch I
was in town during the week-end visiting war veteran, died at the home of his J. Puttee MONDAY
$1.50 setting.o' ,
66 48 .00 per .
Feb. 16 friends and relatives.! dauj1htl'rIrs.! A. C. Adams, in West SUrke. Fla. 2- .4t" "TIIK; OUTLAWS I.tt'(;tt'1'Elt" for loll ntl" i. hi'''. dinner, aid
48 .30
70
Feb. 17 I Palm Beach" !Monday( and was buriedin 1 Featuring Jessie Scdgnirk. and others Short ..rdt'r... f
rainfall for week .3;) inches.
Total John A. Davis, of Sumterville, was Gainesville\ Tuesday Mrs. C. A.Marks EGGS FOR SE'rTllExtl'a! !laving Also Comedy "California; or HuntTl'KSDAY /' I

transacting business in town Saturday [ a former resident of Starke, is strain white leghorn $1.25 per Rfttintr. Reuben I.ieheno
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of Brook- Prop.
afternoon. a daughter of Capt. Ellis, and both O. A. Mitchell. llITkl'. Flu*. 2- ; I
*r spent Sunday here with relati'es.Sanders "SKtUKTS:
are well known here. 19-lt. OF 'I'llISHalT" STAItKK.: I't.A.
>\ ilh Jurors Kirkwmxl and 1 Made l
.
Harvey was visiting friendsat Lots of Specials at Sternberg's FOR SALK-Concord Grape vineH. 1 liallamy-Palhe Comedy.
Four color label
lithographed
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Fernandina during the week-end. Clearance Sale. syrup old $15.00 10t> Don't let .lI
printed with your name and complyingwith this year year goo by per"without- planting I Coming Thursday, Fritz. "s Week. -,_..a..-_.-.,-_. -..-.--.

Arthur Gould, of Hampton, wasa :Mrs. :Mamie Garris is spending this size, nt the the law Telegraph, full length office. and half some. A. J. Swnrtz I-nwtev. F'la. 2-1 !Metro Special-"HHKAIV:

prominent visitor to town Saturday.' week in Jacksonville with her mother. I I HI.2t." 1'11 ERESS.t: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .
:Mrs.[ W. J. Green.!
:Mr. lout Mrs. Arthur Briffitt, of FOR SALK;-(Miscellaneous) Arsenate + .
Don't miss the Biff February; ; Purdeeville! Wisconsin spent the past of Lead, Calcium Arsenate and Theresa, Feb. lll.--.Mlws: Laura Joy. + +

Sale at Stump's. :Mrs. O. O. :McCullem, of Jacksonville week herewith :Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Paris Green for Tobacco beds! also I her, of Lawtey, was visiting friends. + IIAItVKY: M. SNYDEIt +

was the guest :Monday of Mrs. Swindler, who live a short distance Bordeaux !Mixture, at wholesale here Saturday, and 1 Sunday.K. + +

J. S. Norman, of Lawtey was a visitor K.: :M. Rooks. from town. :MrsHriffitt and :'firs.Swindler .. prices. II. F. Noycs, Uox 4I'J I Valdosta !- P. Mersey1'' M. Jackson, anti, + :Morlicliiii\ -Starke, F'1t1.Member +
to town Tuesday. Ga. -20-tf.! R. L. Tillman, of Jacksonville
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former spent *
were school mates, I
I : ] of Florida Funeral lirectors
I Cole Planters Fertilizer distributers and :Mr. and Mrs. Briffitt left :'Ilon- FOR SALK North half! of Nortwiwt the weeK-end 1 here at the home of 1 lt.! and Kmhiilmers: associat +

James Williams wa a visitor to :, at White's. -12-St. '.'."iy to continue their tour of the state! I quarter of Nortwest quarter! 227.r :M.: Ilcraey.Mr. \ +

Jacksonville during the weekend.Mrs. !. i I expecting to return to their home u\ r 22. 20 acres' ; Northwest iunrter\ "f : anti :Mrs.! Everett: )Harris( aml l lihildrcn II..n.II" .4'

I :Mr. and, :Mrs. P. F.. Cnnova spent Wisconsin! the latter part of April. :Northwest quarter 28-7-22 JO of Waldo, spent Sunday herewith ,. phone I-Nlitht phone. 5195! *
I
Marshburn of the State Farm :\Monday. Jacksonville on a business :Mrs. Harris'
acres; Northeast quarter of Northeast pur"lItsIr.: anti l lMrs. + +
was shopping in town Tuestlay.il :: trip' quarter 2i(>-7-22. Tloma ; I HilI!. + With )DeWitt (.'. ..ion'sk1.t +
r :Mrs.[ Geo. C. White entertained the
> Staples, Minn.. 2. K'Pf"'l !llrs.Iary: Holder! U spending this + +
We have pies, cakes, bread I :Miss Jeanette Brown who is attending !- children of the Sunbeam Band at her week with her daughter.\ : .... II. S. + +
rolls, cookies and all kind of school in Lake Butler spent the home Tuesday afternoon from 3:30to : FOR SALK-High class budded and Roebuck, of Amindnnda.P. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + *

goodies at Starke Bakery. I week-end with her parents here. 5:3O: o'clock. At the appointed.! grafted pecan trees. Curtis, Stuart, !M. Geiger, and J. S. Hall were
hour about fifteen children! of nine Success, Money-makers President transacting business in CainesvileWednesday.
i years of age and younger gathered.For and Sobley! varieties. Well rotted.!
Mrs. John Shriver, of Brooker, was | Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph .
office. the first few minutes the children Large) trees at attractive pricer.See Our Sunday school Is I'ruJ'l'.lIil1ltnk..ly
in town Tuesday.H. j| enjoyed hearing the Band Concert or write E. E. Stokes and! Son, under the imiiwgemont of our 't"'" ""' >"'' '
E. Thomas, of Leesburg, was All varieties bean and corn seed, in Hemming" Park, Jacksonville, Cumpville. Flu. 2122t. new superintendent A. I.. Sullivan. r.f: .. <.;1v"1 .e

transacting business in town Monday. Georgia! and Florida peanut seed, and) and via! outdoors"radio. were Several enjoyed games: during indoors the WANTED--Aitents ti> sell our popular Kverbody: in cordially invited I to uttl'nl. .}. .'bJ. ; ., ." ".'{J
Irish potato seed. J. F. Kickliter.Mrs. '
afternoon. After the games the hostess priced line ruffled, and silk I \ '
Arthur !Moorer of [Liirkins
J. R. Mott, of Brooker, was among fringed curtains. Liberal! cnmmH- spent ; o
assisted :Mrs. J. F. Kickliter
town Saturday. : Dickens l of Sunford, is here on by :Monday hero with his fraud-parent.*,
visitors to .
the
sion. }Mg season' is jut I/
a visit with Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Wall, Jr., served the children< with ice ireful Write for our selling plan. nh"II,1.1) :'III". aivl,I !MrH. K.: A. Younghhmd.POLITICAL T/2'-
anti!
cones lolly-pops. '
Guy Long, of Hampton, was a visitor at their homo on Cherry street.L. ville Curtain C..., ;Jlaryiville. Ohio. ANNOU;>;,'f: HN'rlJ: < I \ I
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to town Monday. (1iJa. j .
I I wish to correct an erronreous impression 2-P.I-31\ I" ..
ofthe .
:Morgan, who is an employee I FOIl HEPKEHENTATIVK ,
here with that has been going the To ho I> > .. vnl... of Itrnilfiml County .w
rrtHia
Seaboard Sunday i m
of Gainesville was transacting spent
Eli Futch, ,! Good !trl-
FOR LE-'ottlln( Seed) <<: .
round, of tthe to the effect that 1 tttkB thin mrthoil of nnnmineinif, tnrcnnilliliicy
business here Thursday.Mrs. !: hi, family who have apartments at papers quality( Upland Planting Seed at fur the itfflri of IttMmii.'ntiittvir. IfI'UTtfil. I \111 '\
: church
home South Wnlnut. Episcopal Temperance Society I >rnmivit fnlthful end vfflclrtit M \
I the Hughes on $1.00 per bushel' also small quantity( I i rv- 1 \
favors a return to the use of beer Island seedgrown I..-. I.. .hem your .nffrnitnItnoprctfully.
Goodfellow. of Lawtev. was Genuine Sea Cotton II"STYLE
and! light wine. This society. has been In 1\12!> : fertile! T. II. 1'INIHH.HTKK: i
guaranteed
shopping in town Wednesday.All I I! It will pay you to attend Sternberg's I
', Clearance Sale. practically deformed. for many years at $3.00 per bushel. In even weight
I and does not represent the church. sacks, f. n. b., Valilostn. II. F. Foil MKPKKHKNTATIVKNOTICE : : i
kinds of bargains at Sternberg's convention Noyes, Box 403! Valdosta, Gn. l-2Utf ; --To the voter< of llrmlfnnl Couiily. I !
The lust ,
general passed a
Clearance Sale. I I Mr. and Mrs. Vance Winters, and I urn n ramlliliite fur kt'pri'iii'ntittivu In thaLeiiiHlHture I
.1 from Bradford Cimtily, aiiUjprt I't
resolution relating to law enforcement
little sons, of Jacksonville; spent :Monday RF;RSRSTATIVB: WANTKIl:\ the li moraine 1'runnry Klfctlim: to b. bold",
children !-I Winters father A. E. DUNHAM. ( outfit furnished., In Junv 11)26
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishoo. and ] here with :Mrs. $18.00 sample
!Men and 28 Hosiery! CFIMOE: F YOtrNIi I "W,.... Fin.
spent Sunday! in Jacksonville. i i i Wm. Motes. iIROtKEI1 women; "t'h'I.1
-- Over :30 colors. 18 neckwear I

Seven days Clearance Sale 1 Mr. and, Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and Brooker Feb. 1!).-Mr. Pender. 1 to 4\ pair of hose or 1 to :3:\ I andSERVICE

starts Saturday at Sternbere's. :' son Joe and :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch manager of the Postal Telegraph office ties free to customer. Largest neck-I! TRAIN SCHEDULE(

I I, and son Merrill, spent Sunday In in Starke and, Mr. Thomas insurance mission. We deliver.! Address, New time table effective 12:01: n. m.

Chickens wanted, will pay cash. J. j i Jacksonville. ngent were attending to business Bolzin. Starke Fla.! 2-ll-2t"! December 20th, 1925.

F. Kickliter. here Thursday.Mrs. IF YOU--Are in business have No. 1, Jacksonvilo to Tampa, due
Z-19-2t'l I When you buy your bakery : E. J. Ward,! and Ron, Delbert or I Starke 12:25; '
anything to sell nothing will brinK : a. m.
M. C. Stith, prominent real! estate ;; products from Starke Bakery, have returned home after n week's more results than rood ndvertisini No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Those' should.! !lie> the main

broker, was transacting business in you buy the best. visit with her daughter, :Mrs T. A. See me at Youn 's :Store for sign Starke, 12:02:/ p. m. l'onlid'I'ationl111'11: : von

Jacksonvile Wednesday. ': Smith in Tampn. painting of any kind. Auto letterincr No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg KO shopping' for a Sprint:
I :Mrs George; Flynn and little son, E. N. Nix, of Jacksonville, and R. windows muslin si Irn". Lowest due Starke, 12:22:
p. m. Suit or Topcoat.
who have been here visit with :Mr. F. Ward for Bradford Prices. Rtjirke Sinn Service, Box ,
Shoes, all kinds at greatly reduced -' on county agent I No. 803 Jacksonville to West I'olm
prices at Stump's Feb- and :Mrs. P. E. Canova. have returned county, were in townVc nesdny. 343 Starke' Ha.: Mail Orderap 1-20--U! I IVVANTEI Beach, due Starke, 10:02 a. m. i You'll Ret both these

ruary Sale. I[ to their home at Orunu-e City. !Mr. Ward was loolrinpf after the interest preciated._- --. No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Kooil features for a very

of the farmers *'-St/tvo Blork, will\ ptoy Ptarkc, 4:28: a. m. moderate( I price in
\: :Mr. and :Mrs. Harvey Bilker and lit :Messrs.[ L. A. Brown :M. P. :Math- I
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman have $:.50 per cord for pine or cypress i No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville duo
been on n two week's visit with relatives tlo son, left last week for Tampa after eny and! Wallice Crews wens transacting stave blocks 33 inches lore, six Starke, 4:20: p. m. "

in Tampa. a visit with :Mr. nrtrt :Mrs. L. Wv business, in Gainesville Tues inches' up In diameter, free from No. 304 St. I'etersburg to Jackson DLEM01DtIJ'CLorHE

I man. day. knots and turpentine tface Block | ville, due Starke, 0:00: p. m.

Miss Fstelle]) Rosenbtrtr. of Lake ;Mr. J. S. Forsyth, of Plant City, cord Is 4 feet With, 33 In. wide 8 t| Starke and Wannee ranch. natIoNrv 55515NZ43_",r(7mJases7sv

Butler, was a visitor to town Wednes- j; :Mrs..1. C. Blocker.of St. Petersburg, was here Sunday vi"itinlIr.\ : and :Mr. feet lonp. Address< Boa/ liarrel No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: an. m. THE GLOBE TAILORING Co.
day. was in town the first of last week visiting Jack Sowell. Company, Pnlatkn, Fla. 1-15-101-3- No.
at the home of :Mr.[ and Mrs. .1. Prof. C. H. Williams was a bmi- 19. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.

36 in. yellow homespun lOc yd :\Alvarez.. ness visitor to Starke Saturday. I T. J. GRIFFIN Agent Your choice from scores; +

at Stump's Sale. I :Messrs. :Milluge and Ed! Turner, ,f WANTED FARMER: TO TAKE of beautiful new fabrics

Mr. and :Mrs. R. J. Davis and little Jacksonville, were visitors here part CHARGE_ Of RI) acre farm, with Tko QohriM Thai Does Not Affect The HeiJ I is waitinir here to be tailored -

Mrs. Stanley Carnell, of Ormond has daughter, and :Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. of last week.E. 25 acres cleared/ with rumfurtaMa, } I I !! 'Its tmtlc and la..tly. eff.rt. LAEA- to your measim1.NAT .
Davis and little! daughter C. Long, of Wild) ) !, the Vu"rif" ,, (Ntlra r: fin;
been here on a several! days visit with Jean snont WOOl was farm house, barn, kitchen, meat: [ : llnliMm. can (.ken
bv withuul rnu.inq ...........
env.nw"
her parents, :Mr. and! :Mrs. F. A. ('ott'l i iMins Sunday in Jacksonville. guest\ of :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, house. Good stock range, shade! trees | I" chu ......oJ. t: W.LIIUV: n'.,q.atu"t' ou ur,...rbelne.. Jifci
Sunday afternoon. flood well of water. Would (five a''

Laura Wynn, of the Lawtey I Syrup labels, all kinds and sizes, at Aubrey Duncan, of Lake Butler, permanent tenant good opportunity '

School Faculty spent the week-end! the Telegraph office. was a visitor here Sunday.T. if interest shown in place. For particulars STEHNBERGSTARKt

here with home folks. B. Pinholster and L. !R. Oainey write R. J. Denmark (owner 666

I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard!, of Pa- were business visitors to Stnrke ) Room 4 Arcade lildir.! I.nk<,lnnl. i i

Get the best bargains at latka, were in town the latter part of Thursday, evening. Flu., or Box 221 :Mulberry Florj I Iiln. j !I. a prescription/ for FLORIDA

Stump's February Sale. I the week visiting! Mr. Richard's mother :Miis Free Wynn spent the weekend 1-22-Ot COl.DS, f.HII'FK. Fl.fr;, IF\,;|'F.. IlltlOL'S
:Mrs. Emma Richard.O. at her home nt Hampton. I frE\ Eie AM MAI.AHIA.II .
C('phus !Hnrrell. of Waldo spent klll Iho ......
Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake Butler ida visited r-lati''e s here lust week 9
was in town Saturday visiting her' A. Andreu of Stuart, was visiting the week-end here with friends and A party was (given at the home ,.fMr. '!

parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. | friends, hero last Thursday. lie relatives. : and :Mrs. T"mmi.'lItpr'" Saturday -.
was accompanied home by his sister- T(.ddie' Lewis of Raiford[, spent Saturday evening. A large crowd' late nd>-.I I!,

Mr.[ and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson, of Cocoa in-law, Miss! Hannah Swindell. and Sunday, as the guest! ofMr. and report a pleasant time I INKVHIVKH I J. R.
DAVIS &CO.INSURANCE
were here during the weekendvisiting and :Mrs. E. Andrews.. .
relatives. VERY POWELL'S new song, a Royce Gainey: was n visitor to High! : ; ( i iNew

beautiful waltz ballard entitled "Dad" Springs Sunday afternoon. : Hiver, r-:: .;: 1--An..n;! porterwas
Don't fail to attend Stern- mailed postpaid for 30 cents. Address :Messrs. Jessie nnd Roy :Manning, \i-itor to Starke TuHHduy. I

berg's Clearance Sale. Avery Powell, 751 Drew St., Jacksonville of Tampa were visiting friends here
.. and :'Irs.1.: L. Johns and IIttI..1'IotuJCht..r. -
Fla. Thursday.
:Messrs. John and Jim :Mott were spent Sunday with 1 AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rutlodure, and! friends Sampson City. |
> at
children of Hampton, were in town I Mrs.V.. J. Epperson and :Mrs. Forest transacting business in Starke Sat :Miss !Iva Hodges of Sturke, spent
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. L. Wise, of Starke, were in Lake urday.II. '
Sunday here with her Mr. and
i Butler Tuesday! afternoon attendingthe : E. Thomas of J"esburlC. Is here parents, STARKE FLA.JJATTKKY .
:Mrs.V.. M. Hodea. ,
: meeting of the Eastern spending a few days! with his fam-
W. :M. Wimberly and little Star.- :Mrs. W. :M. Parker, who has been ,
daughter: of Waldo, spent the week Union County Times. ily.E. visiting in Jacksonville for several
J. Ward, of Tampa, spent Sunday! > -
end here with relativ.'s.Legal lays has returned to her home hert- ,
:Mrs. Leroy Roane will go to Jacksonville hero with his wife.Zell .
Tasty Atkinson, of Waldo! [ and J
blanks for sale at the Telegraph tomorrow fur a visit with her Dukes of Five Mile section Fl. Russ, of Brouker. were visiting 4. ,- -..-.-.-..- -..-.- -.- .-..-..-..- -.-..-..- .-.-.-..-.'.
office. ..i.tpr.Ir.: .. Jack Bri.tIC'Irs.: : Roane's spent Sunday here with his grandparents .
.
I friends here :Monday nfternoon.W.
mother, :Mrs.[ M. E. Edwards:, of Starke :Mr and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. ; !
I M. Itoili. and. little daughter CHANGING
Edwin Larson, of Keystone Heights, i i. also visitincr there.--Gainesville A larfe number of young folks from Elva, were in Lake liutlcr, Saturday; r
was a prominent visitors to town Sat Evening Xcws.Mr here* ,.n iovl' oeo.oeo (\1:10' ol: os
home of Mr" Arrio Colson.MILLER .
urday.
: F. Witcirini! viia visitorSampson '">
: -. L. W. Strickland and l baby of f'ity Monday[ afternoon. r Guaranteed

Waldo, were in town :Monday visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Courtney, of Mr. and Mrs.[ Ira Wilson, and R.... Tours

her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. :Man Bethel Kansas, are here for an extended :Miller. F<-b. 19.-Mrs. E. B. Bit-lling! :McKinney, of Starke were visiting ServIce and

ning. visit with H.-. and :Mrs. S. and son, made a business trip to Lake friends here Sunday.' I Service)
Courtney, and :Mr. r.nd ;Mrs. ReubonLiobeno. Butler Saturday.Mr. ': :Mr. and, :Mrs. Johnson and, Miss Al- Sulif uclionStern's

New garden and! field seed, atWhite's. and :\Irll.'r..acy Dubose nnd chil- ihle Hjdifes, of Starke spent Sundn-;

2-12-Ct. dren of Worthington visited :Mr. and here. Garage
;Mr. nnd :Mrs. Frank Stokes, of :Mrs. E. II.
Douglass Sunday.W. Mallory Thoma and little son, and
Charley Johns, of Jacksonville Hawthorne are announcing the ar- L Thomas of Starke, visited J.V.. Johns, of Starke were attending -
spent the week-end here. visiting! rela-I, rival of a lion Charles :Madison[ on relatives here !last week to business here one day !last I Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87FRJOA.

tives. Saturday, January 30th. :Mrs. Stokes Mr. Gill and! family of South Flor- week. ii--.--.-----.----,-..-..-..-.- .-..-.-- ...



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ur"'S'ZS2.SZt2 u'2525'252S2SZ'i2S2St'SZSr'StSr!: 1 INNOCENT:; :; :; .\I'I'IUIll f< Ilibltunl Crnnipattun; Cu.v.1 Simple Mixture Makes Piles Cured In A to 14 Days

: ni5a! SHIPMENT/ :; OF PLANTS:; i ij 14/ 12l f)n"LAXI'OS --!t Druggists rrfundmmonry if PAZOOtNTNItSrrsgsto I
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1 E1-SIN'lr ...pecieilyprepared cure Itching, Bliiitl, ilt-iitini ur Frutruitmrt
V UH I : Feel Fine
I CONTAINED:; n1J'EH\ a Stomach .
: Piles iDHtantly rfhevfti Itrhlnri IMIp* Bull you
SynfpT' .mit'-Lnxutivefut !Haoilua'Constipation. can. Dot .....'ful.If.p afti-r first application.. 110o.I ,
Farmers and Farming| i Hut tor Vigilance of State Plant .It relmveg l.rOlnpJylncl Simplo buckthorn bmu'k, glycerine,

: llonrd, .\ rll'lItinenb would blibuid \bb t..k'-n ri'ttUlatly for 14 to 21 days etc., as mixed in .\il,'rikn. often helps I
to Induce reitultir action It:Stimulates and
Hare Kntcred Floritlj.iainc.villf. stomach trouble in TKN: : minutes by'
g Kettulatcs.! Very Pleasant to Take-; tOe I To Stop a Cough Quick
f( llK. !I'. \\ IIrd.l Otint .\ncnO [ twr bOil Ie. removing (3AS. Rrinny .".''it n surprising -
(; Fl.i.An instance' of I ., take HAYES' IIKALING; !: HONEY. .1
(C}= ,1J matter
I of wnste
..___. -- ,, how the State:: plant! Hoard utfurtlpiotntinn amount you, coilCh meih'" 'i.uwhich. ", sin' ). the nn,imgh/ hv
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-- IO CONTRIBUTEARTICLES : (} .)(!(! ':(tUii': )PILiCJt.tlSfltlf."G1SilLXCOFFINS never thought 'V.is in > mir !jytein.. lieu IiI j! he inllunnd and irritated, tivsuet.A .
AKMtLKJ INVITED/
-IRUCKL.KS ARt to the aKi'iculturul! 11111" -
and 1
i ANI) Stops that fill!, 1'luiiti'd feeling j. 1 Lo'I"S!! ; P-1'EN-'IRATE:
&
EXPERIENCES AND ,\.u-.IIIODS FOUND tries of toe/ olate und, iut.ideiitia>l. & CASKETS I '
FARM ; and Hieorful., Ex.
: OF I r'I makes you happy!>: I u SAIAfi J : for Chem Colds; lluad Colds and)
TO BE BESr SUITED TO OUR COUNTY to all ciU/.i'i, as well, in found in! lii" | of I'rUnd.rtalrrr I client for chronic constipation. Ad- Croup is ntlosi-d, with every hottln olHAYES'
And Fall Line :
.. ., [ results of an Inspection recent 1: i' 1 a I Ic-rikn works QUICK an,1'l delightful [ HEAMXC: : MONEY. The salve

F'! .-,1- ,;''?S5it5752K4t575ui. :..-a.:.:.>..:.:">.,'SZmrsur'"i5 ur2rL..t"I.."-'=.....=.....=......=.....fir.... ,.:..L..JL-icm...............I' I; made by J. C. Godwin, nursery. in-I Siif.ptieeAUTOMOBttB rl I ;ctisy.: Sold! by,, all leading, ; cll'ul'gl"ts. should bo rubhfd on the ih.i.st tuid tl.roni

OF farmer, aer'c."mlttlral leather, county I apector of a shipment of plants, ion. I of children suffering from u Cold
TO THE FAUMERH agent. und "ilHliift" agent. Since re- signed to a firm at Sanford, und found l ''I 1IEAR3BAlways The HpalloD pflert of Inyi' lluallni lUmi-y !n-
COUNTY at E Ietile! thr.mitrombinrdwith, the ItcuJ!nM* ffi-u nl
UKADFOkllThuie hieuing: as "county agent in Marion the shipment to contain living Ar {ci I on hand. The best ser- (drovt-. Cl l'en=rrmn Salve through the poor, of
than u ago he has been ;MItin1 tine ants, a pest not known to ""''' i 'lfOIe at the l lowest prices Special Colds Cause lirlp' and Influunv.a.XAIIVK lit1 skip soon scups a conffh.Bulh .
more year 11'1 .
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asked, rt'mrji'-it on pacnod in one curt nn i 11 m Inciiit -
often this question attention I I '<')\O (111)l IMVIIII.MH rcmni
i is n..r. cry buninuits ut Pompano in Florida. to trlreraph or of the coinliinvil troaimi-nt, ia tIc.
aicnt hut of older I{ .. Embalmcr. file mitt < 'I'\ i" tv it ono, '''< H ii, ,'" Qumalmts
not only "t county Fla. I The Agentine ant is one of t the rao-i Registered \ Just njk your druggist for IIA YES'
,
"What 1 ih tho F. W <.1'0\1.I ',-.r- i'
people of Lire comity, pernicious of household pests. In,. localities ; 0 HEALINC IIUNI-'V:;
Aiii.llicr. addition, to the
cf :struwberne, tMiiuUnM, ulIrleultuI I' where it becomes cslobli acreage ; DeWITT C. JONES
ral extension stuff is Cius York, wholieeoniL's I
:
of county
a '
Bweet corn, mill other. crops quickly increases to millions, in\ ak"tol'e II IIl
?" Kx.pec.luUy the' ai-reage of trot :k I county gent in Walton DcPuniaft county : ami, houses in largo numbei and 'I' i\l? ; r Ai : >' .k ,
I w.th headquarters at \t
more so thiin of the Kenciilfield gives/ ils attention to sugar swi-i t I, !Lt031sa6ttac7.11Dtrcrt! ( : :
crops been asked, t., :assist Springs.;\ lie sin-ceedK J. W. Mathison I "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
crops. 1 have '",1.! resigned recently on account of cakes, fresh meats and nearly nil r..o.11 i I
in mittketlnK the various crops( : materials, "rendering" these very untiesirublu ,- i

of this county, nnd without. II pretty' >''II health. for use as food. It will ..\ mom Renew Your Health
f York graduate' of the University 1- I V/e Would Make It"
definite i idea of whui ,planted 'rBftlo :Mr. i is a enter the coldest refrigerators and
planted I of Georgia; ,, and has taken postgraduate I
the amount it '
exhibits
as well IIH an uncany ingenuity getting Purification:
am somewhat handicapped. I would I work at the University ',f ut food supplies. Even; on.,'" by SIMON PURE AND GEM IIRANDS"Time

appreciate' very much it thu turmora 'Wisconsin. He has been county agent bed U some times invaded, by the ant, Tried and Crop Tested"few /

of this cminly I would inform me as to i in Georgia and South Carolina for the with very, interesting consequences.: Anv )1I')'iy ;pin" will tell you that"I'erfeei : PRICE LIST uf regular brand! just issued. Get same before pU

tho acreage| of the various crops planted 1 must seven years, and conies to Fl'iruli Theso ants also cure for scale-in rnri'-iti')" of the Systur Send l orders now for future requirements, save delays and be read

convenience, uii I : from Hampton, South Carolina. nnd and ; is Xa'ur.:: fniiiiil.ition\ of
cnilic-l sects mealy-bugs on trees
nt their _._- when fertilizer is! needed. Transportation is slow and may be worse.
will enable me to give better service -- shrubs, resulting in rapid increase of runYct, ili, ,'I'; !:. V.'liy not rim
this WATSON!\ ; 1 !HOW TO FIISIITCTlltl'H : QUALITY first FAIR prices, Prompt Shipment.E. .
than I could render otherwise.Another I the latter with the consequent death yniirsclt''] cl! r'hint,! uIIII: 'mite that

phaseof farming that APHIS IN; SPRI.V' ; : : of many pl..lI1ts-unl the owner incurs IIrc :.imlt: >rnii.iti: ; ; r ,fir vitality ? O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

promise! of greater developmenthere heavy spraying expense to offset 1'iHt'y; m',tire K.vtm< l I.y taking \
Rives also like to (!nin"\ He, Fin.-The citrus aphis' your Jacksonville, Duval County Florida
1 would the damage ; cJursc
In poultry thordiiftU of Calutabsonce
I although not noarly as abundant in a : ,
the amount of poultry : The Argentine ants fond .
uro
line on very
Bet a good the groves us ut this tune lust year, or twit a week for several> l
the number of 1'owlt! : of und in felted regions, usually
rhnwlntc raw eggs;
hers, I is i present in nearly all groves that i v i ks --siii'l s<" hoiv !Katun* rei -

n- well au the different breeds, in 11-10'' :show much new growth, arid with the i succeed< in driving all sitting ; '- ; on' \ 11 : I. 111.' '
hens from the nests, much to the 'innoyanco Charles \fNilliam.
here.I-'rom obsrvations' in other platen I I rul\eiit of warm weather will undoubtedly i and loss of tho poultry .". : .,,1 -> nr- I li.-!. ,.::1" 'ii.e'.t! of all. Stores

my that who raises | multiply rapidly, tnys J. R. lleukcepers find it practically i .. .1' ,'iii i |>imi! !' <1'v>. ( :i't u family lnc-
I find most people' the er New York
City
entomologist uf : FlorltlnlOtperiment : .
Wutson, OWII-I t' nipfell\ ilirect.n .
poultry neglect a very impoi tunl i I Station. Mr. Wal"n.WI 'II possible to pursue their culling i r'i' eolmIi' Thi.ink

thing, and I that is culliiv their flocks !, whn u nicotine sul- this ant i is present us tho ants t: '-<. [.rice, ...i ,c-s. : f iri.il( pat-kn/ ! at least nine" a year. 'l lu.- "enable one i only,, st nl honey from the bt eh: i 11)! > fv >
dust this to Insist on I
I
rid i.r the "01., )kers," or in oth- pliult'-lim.> year but uttunlly drive out the bees th t nHtlvcs. ,i- Confidence
to get lust guarantied to contain at least ) f ,
6r words. t the ones' that dn not l.vy actual nicotine, not 3 per 1 I ; 1f.; Jt :
tent
enough to pay for. her board., per<< Sanford and, in fact, all of Florid A Sure Quick .. Jf
eggs ,ofID) nicotine sulphate.\ ;
This IB not the time lo cull, as ninny tent:Some percent inferior' dusts were sold can be clad, that the )Plant Boar \I'- \'"(', W: .. ;,:; The key tosafe
very ; :,
practice but n* there- arc a number of. vigilance: : prevented this mirth IIIILI' Relieve $, .

flocks that have never been culled now last year.Groweis. their dusts hhlpment: of trees from coming on. t I. Way to \ :' .\ ,__. t-: ). ;: buyingMatty
make
Is the l best tuna to do this! very important ; run' own \ :Sanford; with its concealed cargo{ of \' "1f I, .... .. -: ..... p
of what ;
work. Any one' who in interested at a little over half was or. Argentine; ants. Rheumatism .11:;""" l.I'
families :Ii.ivecon.
: !
\ last Mix In u .
.lil1Ul'ilyll1l'l.'e" year. ---- f .
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wo-k done and wi'.l: .,. -
in having this .... .:: 't
will 1'lIl'r'Ilk"t ilw !sulphate and hydrated HINTS:; TO HOUSKW; S .: ;.' ::Jot'' 't' fidence that they will save
write, or set me (personally, we Cuts Burns 'Z"- '
cull them lime in the production, of 7 1-2 poundsof heals Sores .' ,1. x-0- ''' 'i mouey"hCn they buy from
itinitiKH 11 date. and I will :MAKE C.AUDKNS; ; POPULAR Called: exlcan Mustang ,..( ; '
clemnnstratiiiK nicotine sulphate. to (Ita> pounds of ;; ; TheCli.irles'U'illi.imStores.They .
.. the time
nt same
fur DAYS
you AS J IN 'I'llIWAR LinimentNo i "'
uf the work. lime. H_ know th.it from their
"> you 1 the points '
Hubert F'. Ward In answering an Inquiry, :Mr. \\' :Many women who present n creditable matter how lona >"u hnve sufTrrc l lr .\\0' bi: catalog they can choose what.

County Agent.( son suggestthe.. following, measures even charming, appearance i't 1'' bow totem tin pain. }OU rail. get without rid\ of : ever they need for tliemsclv es.their
lIo.hll01111
without
.___ I as being helpful in controlling the publis are often "frights" in their 'tho taking a/ onY p..l'rflllllrull how your nyttiotn. car or their farm at remarkably

tilt :NTV AMI STATE FA KM i iKXTKNSION aphis: own home; if women would have a The Secret Ix now avnllablo to nil In oho the art. low prices confident that

:; :; WOKKEItS MKET; Fertilize the crops' in order to hasten garden costume as carefully and appropriately grist amuun pcnftrnUntt Mesh'an :Mu' paw.tanic et' 14"l.inlnit'nt.not hint short Its I\th q.ye4 received.SHIM day \ will get dependable quality and

I)i; UINi: (; 'I UK T.\.II'\ FAIHTainpn spring r"wlh. !11,1< ev'r.thinf.CP"HRillle planed as their golf or "f niurvt>lloita find uhorcvor used nothlim S-HOUR-SERVICE! more than their money's worth.

I to rush this growth long, by riding. costumes, there would l be real hRS (>r-<'n found to take In plus--\ It

Fla.-County agents and ,cultivation etc. Perhaps\ ( a little nitrate 1 interest put into gardening. should bn pi.ltod to tlu surface' of, IIII'( I You, too, have this same opportunity
extension workers attending tho Sou h of soda would but do not need skin ol'I'oMIt.III' neat" of pn'n and tmentlyrulltd to save this
help, I :Make gardening u "fail" if Thorr I 1s nononttf .ofninnrtlim. or asdL,braclicaHv att of same opportunity
l-'loriJu Fair met hero for a confer ''give trees a big dose which might I| be, it will be a healthful exercise, as turn mni liko our modern liniments product the I/a fa nee en mho for you and for your family

enceVednssday' l February' 10, and discussed throw them into dieback. well as provide a more )healthful diet \ lilt' almost t lit ii jury: ,thopatq' goon- fbUoiuino24HOURSEHyrCE ddar to be stylishly dressed in the latest
lift""--I 'tinl --oid flUIsrl\ ; MiN'iino !Hnibcrid
the
of 'ii
and
(policies problems Wherever the colonies of aphids for the family. ili\l| >lo Ev..rv hoitflfhold should Fifth Avenue styles; for your home'

work. O. 11.lul.tin: field. agent for are found, they should bo dealt with. Why not a few, women or girls kcfp thli roninrkablo pn-pn-'atlon on 'hand ,. to be made more beautiful; your

the Southern states with the Extension When on the ends, of twigs they plant the same kind of seed and have for quick mist n hen einiTftoncy, arlHc-' Gills-It automobile more enjoyable; your
D.. ruiulth whrneverythingelsc
Stales firings
Service uf the United with the- should bu dipped in n good insecticide. a standardized market for certain DriiKfilHtt and wholesalers' null Mui tog farm more productive; and, above all, for your savings!' to

)uitnicnt of Agriculture met For this purpose use extracts of vegetables after the homo supply has l.Inlnunt or can get It for you be much greater.: Satisfaction is guaranteed. Ask our customers
,
their
workers, anti discussed
Florida : ,derris or and nicotine sulphate been looked after?
snap -there are many in your community. That is Cora
plans with them. tho conference '|: solutions. If there Is much growth on 'I Following is: u most inspiring poem fidence- the Key to Safe Buying.
Among those attending short shrubs. next the stems times
i I the to that Is worth reading many : Hitings'Seeds1Catalog
were A. I P. Spencer vlcc.dircc.1 be Write for your catalog. today I A catalog will be feat at once FREE
that cannot readily dipped use a
I i I SeedsI and paid. Act No"WTHE
of
A Package <<
dii.
tor of extension, 11. O. Clayton, i hand duster with 3 per cent nicotine :

tact agent) and J. lee Smith, district i I sulphate-lime dust l. picking as quite a paid u dime for a package of seeds / : CHARLES WILLIAM STORES. Inc.

agent, all of Gainesville; ; ami all of ,, tiny as possible, for. the work. :Spot;; And tho clerk tossed them out 978 Stares' UuUJina New York City

the county agents who were present ,i i tluatilng! works later in thc interior with a flip. Free If you want tht new Waff Patter Satnf(, took,ask /fir Caralna No.6

lit the fair.Kl'ltAI. .. :I of tho tree, where there is n little protection "We've got'em assorted for every _
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man's needs, Seedi fttfMxu
Flower
I from the wind.
SKNSKA :;
COMMON ;
.
Ho said with n smile on his lip.Peppers .
I If it Is necessary, to apply both, dipping -
COUNTRYMAN sEES and parsnips ami turnipsand You can get S packet qf seeds of
and spot dusting t to the trees, try
'i
fo'I.0IHIJ.F'I H' ,l peas, K different and very !beautiful flowers
SOUTH lu perform both operation( on the Ten cents a package, and, pick aj t free. Hastings' 1926 Seed CMalog 1--------------

( lly Spuds Johnson) I! sumo tiny so tho aphis: will not have you pl<'llit': ." I telll ;you all ahout it.

A trip to the South Florida Fairat I'tinio to move from one twig to an- Hastings' Rends are "Tho St_nd rd .
I I "
other. of the South. Thpy give the bests M-!
Tampa certainly dispels' any doubts :Now; seeds are just dimes to the man
that good farm, products and in wide I| If, however half or more of the in the store !suits! In our Southern gardona 1 and On
best our farms. Hastings' new !>f6 Cata- Jit Present Prices
bo anti being in young trees need attention the And dimes the, things that
variety can are grown the are log has 112 pngea fn nil, Ml ot pU-
Florida., A question that wag risked ]i plan is to dust under tents. Make he needs.And : tures from photopraphs. land. some

by more than one person from out of ii half dozen to a dozen tents out I've been to buy them In seasons covers In full colors, truthfit\ accurate

t the state was, "Were all of those products of muslin ,cloth stretched over framework before descriptions and valuable onftxir di THE BETTER BUICK

grown here in Florida ? Weren't I of wire big enough to go over But I tho't of them merely as rections.W! '

some of them .shipped" in ?" trees.. Paint this cloth with melted seeds., .. want you to l nay"> this natitTog In

Of course this wan: asked in n Joking paraffin. Leave a hole near the top Rut it flashed thru my mind as I your home It tells" nil nlinnt Hastings' IS
into which can .put the discharge garden, flower Mimi field BOatfs plant
you
WilY, more or less, but it was certainly took them this time"You've
answered in a positive way by nozzle of the dust gun. The cloth cover purchased a miracle here aLd bulbs. Write for It todnjk A post the Greatest Aufl
down few inches card request brings It to you Ay return o'mobileValueijTiri
those in charge of tho various booths. should come a for a dime." mall.
shown below the bottom -im of the wire /e
Absolutey everything was Q. HASTINGS CO., 8ECDAMIN,
H.
grown in the state, and in the county framework, so as to fit the soil moreclosely "You've a dime's worth of power **
GA.WMGLEYS l l
ATLANTA
the rim will. The framework
.oths, all products exhibited weregrown than which no man can create, rcv
in the county exhibiting then. can he made of simply a circular You've a dime's worth of life in

The management of; the fair required wiro hoop at the bottom from your hand. i
.
I persons in rhargo of county booths which four strands of wire go up over You've a dime's worth of mystery

this effect the tree and fasten at the top. fate
ti> make affidavits to destiny, -
Probably the reason this questionwas These fumigation tents can be quickly Which tho wisest cannot understand

asked was the amazement of out. moved I from one tree to another.

IC.stnle'ititorll at the revelation! of For trees over 10 feet tall, one In this bright little package now 1

the variety of crops being' grown in can wait until, the infestation gels isn't add"You've O.mi Ie.Np

tho state. For the exhibits certainlywere I rather severe and then go in with a a dime's worth of some-

a revelation to those not fa.milinr power duster on some calm: day, or thing known only to God.

. with Florida crops nail the variety night, using nicotine sulphate-lime

\ of them. j I dust. During quiet weather, when These are seeds, but the plants and

The quantity of exhibits this year th'rLq\ no preemptible wind, one can the blossoms are here No other car offers so much of earth. The mont dependable, a*

was probably larger than in formeryears i I'get practically every aphid in tho With their petals of various hues. quality formance and such luxury durability such and fine. such p r- .ell-the Head. famous Buick Valve-in-

and the quality Boomed ti> nm grove, but it is essential: that the atmosphere In these liltlo pellenta, so dry and so distinction, at any comparable cott.

to 1 bo better. i bo perfectly quiet, Enough queer, Comparison will I convince Von will finJ! Controllable Beam

However, there seemed to me to wind to stir the moss on the trees will There Is power which no chemist You will find Better Buick 4-JOu. >tedlithtii. | exclusive with Quick i
and interfere wit1'1' the efficiency. fuse. and 2-door which make night driving a
be too many non-agricultural particularly can Sedans on the finer
pleasure. And!
selling booths scattered In | If the nro\ .' has not a power duster I Here is one of God's miracles soon to Buick chaitln. with Fidhtr-built and "Triple' Scale the"Sealed Chaxi" I*"
1
best thing large tree I bodies, offered. at price asked el... Engine, two
between the farm booths. The fair tho next on unfold; more exclusive holes features

should l be largely an exposition- U to 'spray them. However, if one Thus for ten c..ntsllnunce of divinity where for coach*. which protect performance antic

should l show people what Is being pro. I' depends on spraying! he must begin is sold." You will find, a* standard equipment reduce operating costs

duced In Florida. I believe that the i very early in the infestation, before Edgar A. Guest the finest braking system ever You will find finer
considerable number of leaves designed for a motor car_ Buick a motor car for
number of these nonAgriculturalbooths any a very moderate!
l mechanical l 4-whecl brake. amount of
can and will bo reduced in future have curled. Use extract of derris or The size of an egg does not have when. you examine. the Detcer money

the I nicotine sulphate and soap.. A weak any direct correlation with the sex You will find easier starting, easier B uick. Wo urge you to do it to
to advantage.NEW oil emulsion or lime-sulphur solution of a chicken which might be producedfrom l P! K. clutch the action, easier. steering and day. Your neat car should b.
most economical engine on Buick
COUNTY AND DISTRICT I'! will do.Time that egg. a I

AGENTS COME TO FLORIDA I Will the piney wood come back? BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT
MICHIGAN
I, Alumni Association of the University Foresters think they will if sufficient NEW HANDY PACK DMjfam ./ Qnural ..-. Corporation
Gainesville Fla.-K. C. Moore, one. ,, of Florida has prepared a seed trees are left on cut-over areas.

time county agent in Marion county, ','list of alumni of the State University Stripping an area clean in lumberingis Fits hand -

came back into agricultural extension -{r giving their addresses and occupa a wasteful practice from the standpoint and THE BETTERBUICK
pocket
I
work this week as district agent tions. A copy may be had by addressing of future !generations. purs
:
with headquarters In Gainesville. Ho the association at Gaines .
STARKE GROWERS'; MEET More for year mosey
work on February 15.
began who is 51 one years old ville. and the b..t Peppermint LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

has Mr.a wealth Moore of agricultural and farm .-. Starke Growers' Association will Cb.wletsSw..t for any mon y J. M. Smith M.........
hold a meeting at the court house Saturday
experience, Is a graduate of Mercer To Cur a Cold M Oomr Day Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
Feb. 20th at 2 p. m. :Mr. Ward, Look for Wrfgtej'l P. K. Handy Pack
Macon, Ga., and has taken BROMO QUININE: (Tsb.u It
LAXATIVE
University k
,
> ,, off thCola. our county agent Is expected to be Dealtr't Counter
work at Cornell -cop*tb* Jo"oSH. ch mad work* af oa your _or Jfc
lame post graduate C. W. ittDMtira oo.scb burr. 90r present. All farmers invited.
University, Ithaca, N. Y. lie has been




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TJio'mas} G. Lanphiers who .. / determinedJon. s he educ
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J4 airplane expedition into thid \ ;:# Elka von Eahardt. I Is So the rtght d
teaching Wlttenburg Cotlff at hi I lyt ,
of the) midnight sun thtrolt 11 w Till probably a ucetto
Aviation Society it spon- :) RPrlnjftleld. Ohio. The practical for the K. nl. e 41tin t
the which will hoi off red ring flight II lake "blue blooded teachers. atnatt.r
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Thirteen Month Year | .\. StUlinan and his wife Chiffon I Coming Back

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Nations" which has 13 months "
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28 days! each, tht new; month 'l '"
between June : h4l x.r llIJIiIliltftMJI# \ '. "t \
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id I July It has boon -uhl'' 'ittedd 3 ,;'1 1t i II '
is being: considered:: by the : r I .
r 1 Thi'uiloro Unh"I'IR.l A great I movie
ague; of Nations. f:' i fuilte, 'u\t''lnll, from, a nervouaiMonkOown. .
( lJ ) I I. romliiK buck Into the)
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Shall we off with the new and on to'...r If -> ..... -r- ', F aYC t} IftC:? Ni r E at
; with the old reversing the well- '11': vrfEZSDE! ( !
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rs ;', Association seeks to aid the revival t. -1- "
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lr Olive Belle Hamon, daughter of IMI"V J.' .2.._
the late Jake L. Hamon ardently w.r f

... advocates jazz and presents! a Apricot 'hlrron ",1)d ,'t'e'rm ulon' 'dur
beautfful argument. .. Glshien, this .nnnan' I"e 'tegllli.."
Marl Cnninr. named "queen" unit teddy worn i Itv I/I.v.i I'ilii 1\1,11,
of tho junior prom cit Mtittiuette Lnl er Iruduiitt'il. I.. If'', 'U'IIII"rV"
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I A prosperous looking gentleman
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OG-TEAA\ .f'lt- 11 hands tho man a <1'"lI't'r' for a piiiier. ,
and Is lost in the moving mass without
,. ....-._ .. ...- slopping for hiM change' -Mult* .,

.. t_ (1 realizing this mime mini once lividIn
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.. ; I a spurious mansion mirroimtlidby '
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: every_luxury. .t.money. could lilt
Tr) InK lo ('n"' .. II.M k

But John M Wullare live sln-|ply Ie '
I now. A email back room of a downtown
lodging house In hiM only homo
I None of the fine things" of life are hiM
anymore. Every nickel pocketed'
I during long hours of peddling puss, rs
I Is used for speculating the ever r .
lusting hope of rocuperutlrig his 1 lost :
t fortune of 111).0110./1)1)' ) Jk' ,
i Dark In 1N87 John Wallace drifted
Into Vancouver n. C II If hud a few
I hundred dollars-conNltlrnil'l** money .... ar
rQuebec's In those days-and with this Hturt
FAAAOUS GOI.0EN DOG, QueBEC ,$ ed speculating In lund

.."':1C'1e.' ; "'j,/ C ; "if I I.f I "It wntm't long before my sl.| *rulatlons f:
historic \ ..
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taking his and his
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I tween cries of wuxtrn wuxtrn. "I
,plenty of canine rivals for fame
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to upon aw one
during the winter season especial! : .
J February. when the ,i "'; I the mOAt prouilHlng young men In
Eastern International Dog-Sled :; Vancouver. l
Derby will be run Dog teams are j4 .1'Jo I "For 40( years 1 kept up thin rnud.
'trotting up and down Dutferin 111t. buying and selling of land At the
Terrace; the baying and yelping of end of that time I had input ten
other brethern comes up from the ,V : million-most of II In real estate
Lower Town; and Ionic strings of \ .. .'\ S3VI Then came the crush I'roperty vulu .
huskies, mastiff, St. Bernards, V'-: s went flat I'lpfp by 1,1 lv :
Newfoundlands, Great Danes and ,.ir4'.. posed of my land to rover up the
mixed breeds are even climbing peculation I IOIK I
steep and tortuous :Mountain Hill '
e Was ( nrrx'ntrr I
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:under the very nose of the famous "
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''Chien d'or. Famous because he has !GUSIIE DR.WERMO HIS DOG PAL QVEI3E.C "1 nlnn..1 l to hold out for toll,

{had a novel written about him andI years, but tlnally was tuned. to H. n ,
I post cards describing his ronvmre on a lot of d"g" lust now and will drawn by a sl-'ek nome and driven my home. yncht, cursIn tarn every
{ have been scattered to the win .-nimue to do so even after t the '>y a I'muacious: I French Cana.ln.- thing. When It was nil over I ilidn
of heaven rtfps on February 18 1'J: and0 2 Others who like to combine ski-! have a nltkel 1 buineil. my way to
One French Canadian tacking One of the newest ways for vi.. Dp Mountain Hill with a pnrkave itors to view '?'I ''under his arm and another in..de sight ...".1I1t tuui in a fur robe i of dogs, and rare alone over thjnons ,' I came to Los Angeles"I
hi* anatomy declared recently t...,t I :sled! drawn! by an ii.telliu-rnl with "houts of glee T\cn started doing carftentt woik,
when he reached the post office the trons lock':!!; outfit of h.i,kies the dogs grin sometimes alien but somehow or other that "101"1 pan
"olden Dog barked shrilly as on* I The Chateau 'Krontenac's teem i I. 'their boisterous: driver take a out very well. Ho 1 Hfartrd Ht'll.nu
of ve doe teams dashed by. Perhaps I ,rnstantlv in demand for guests 1 I se was hearing thintrn. but + I like this novel method of doing the i I when convivial mints are rear Veil." ....... h in v .. ,'v iliwnnl the papi rs for
be is !letter even than the sleigh 1. never crack. a ) .. .
yon4 doubt Quebec "putting : :wn smi -r 1 yam. orwe .4 D'. pert ale Ii pi.t 1 'I." I i mouxmo _



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r\MI'\; 'LAI.onl Jim Uurneslriti wt, :1I I II

'-h open golf champion, wintering I __ f _
hers a. professional, at the .
A 1 liinnlt- Terrace Country club will I .;..' ... ... .
'IcfciiiJ hi- title in hnglanu' this k .'t".. ,- '..... ,.... ._Jr! ,._ ''
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-.I.'11m,, urrorume to his recent ". ''tf'
"n..un..II'el.t' He will. be ni.com- "j :;;""* l'I
named" ulirinid bv Johnny Pi.rrclllunKintt t .';
metal player, of America I Om _;? ... .J( ", < : ....ifl' ;
Marries sod! H'urri'll recently were ..- (
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: mali h on thi Temple ff1A .M IVimce litik" byr<'hie' Oompston I I _'
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of Kntrlnnd: unit,/ Arnnud M.. seyonin ( r) M'
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'humpiiin nf France Humes .
will 1'1'1In' I the Horulti/ open golf .j
.'iiiniii>iiini.hiD Feb 211 IIn'27/ over
II tin TOIIII,i le. Terms, unit Hulmai <__-rk_ _==----. "" -:1': 17A
i ". '1It1l"-'" witi., Walter Matron I -
( "IIf' Sin-i/en" B..hL'rulI'k ,mink, ore "",!>II'1f oil, tilt luuli. sputa' m Irvine ;,
I Len I Iil'l.1| and ..her stare as 'onvm"lnr wurkl-chungilonship Jog) !Derby i'C for world records: snowshoe ;
to the "Top of the World and parades with lighted torches
I nt", 18-liole, course at Temple I ( Back" will bo run for the first time marching down (iru villagetrteti, '
I Iel more opened' the first .'the in the history of doK-mushina at under the light .nl u lull moon And
veur ,IH 'in the itiuhlund' buck of the Banff Winter Carnival this in l'cLru..1'v.hell the-. carnival W..
T'lini'ii oV"l'Iu.I luau llilNhnrouKhiner year according to plans now being sweeps ovi't the town lor tan
I I .in one il, the most beautiful made by the carnival committee weeks the 1>1<'III'"II"U8" itmrt' it & 'f'
pots" in Flnrii'ii, Winding coocreteIuuh'vllrb under President Standish. The riot of guy cnxtiinics' bright liirhtv
parallel the links and course from Calvary to the Great und slunti)
dances und' races
made t it possible, fur the gnllerv to I Divide and back to bantf. Alberta. The crowiiinu, ot the Queen of
folluw the .'Boniest in motor cars will be the longest doe race in the Love and beauty H the climax of !
>g9sq' All about are pine and live oak I world and will exceed the famous the winter ,Ivftivitics' the I Queen
tri'Of draped' with Spanish,. mnps sp LONG Pas Derby by 23 miles The. chosen this vi'ur i h' Win-en thousand
Stronirheart froohv and one
and the handsome homes nt the
ghltvririit
JIM JarUoin her ijuluro a smuss f
ir the world's dollars will oro to the winner.
ne town hi'inmcrt liv
of lie with brIghtly miitrvd
9ARHES i From Calgary the starting I)
I ttii' :c "i t oiiitu'v HTOVI One the heat es !
lights. tl I mului' UI j l'
In arliliti, n to H fine club house I point the dOll team will travel to GACDOM Yvhah. stiu is
distance 'QUEEN 6ABEIEU.E of the cuiiuvul' wee "ij!.,
height of 6.ai"i feet over a -
and. '.isinn there IK a spuoioustwniiininii a
preside will be (tie PackingI'nnYlettiuli li..
133 miles. This point .Is to
pool. III !flor sue TIT nee I of chamuiunithipif "
in which the Olympic women hum the Great Divide the backbone of the race are Ike Mills with hi Iii the ,
I aniid.i 1'1"I neti-
pun- will runts"t on the lUineI I for men will! be played here March I the North American continent learn of famous nil blacks' linn western. : IIrtwo cum
I-I "hriMrv., day* that wit ics* the i:! to 0 between William Tilden. Vincent which in the Canadian Rockies Knnht.: the 1'J-vear-cll I'ov who nun,' cun.iii>t 1I1 ot livv men.
: 'uriiln' coif tournament Among Richards Norris Williams, the separates Alberta from Uritinh. has twice already won I the Strong -adillinu und piu-kinti, Nurses.nod
I'' < imnior:* will, t.p. Miss Melon! : Kiimev brothers and other stars. I Columbia. The contestant will heart Trophy and will, nine tc win. second ,one man puikinu! uneIIOISB .
V\'.unvvi, 'mht Hilda, James, Gertrudehdcrl I With so many championship sporting then return to Banff via Lake it this year only to conic Into rindsession i maliiiiii uinl I'.iitkiiiK thiouul.out, tump.Well the
Louise completing the distance of of it Jim Ui.vce. Free known uidus
Airneip Gernghty r tht"11 events on the program Temple !
wr I I..u'kp, Aili'en Riegen Helen Terrace will be a center of national 173 miles The course lies over Pepper George ';hil'l and otheisi l""l1th und breadth ul ( unu.lu wilt.
Mr.: nix. and, Sybil! Bauer j interest during the next two the most rugued scenery In AmerIca The end of the race will he otic try their skill' In tins event Between
The 1 liixie tennis chnmplonphlps, months I and will be the most uninuo brated!! by o big buffalo barbecue' alI twenty and thirty addle
run ever made by dog und, sled I lake Minnewnnku. seven miles nonits have been broken for ski-,
This world championship doa from than" In Winte. Hnntf\' II i- lortnu und will vie' with the dug
I derby will be made an annual event the Switzerland of North America : teams in aniui-iiiif visitors with
I I at the Banff Winter Carnival from Mountains piled. high with snow this Scanilinuviaii, sport" AUu. tentriiininit -
f Bull Pays Mayor a Visit now on Among the famous mush I with plctureauufe dot teams trotting I' cum, ,petitions will he ot in'tvrest '
I ere wbo have already signed up foi along at their base ski-lump I to tendr'! !(Jot.. "
three 818t Mr. Ufllo Mo ,
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THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME
.end Mr. Alma Clark lllnoa, Orrlck. ; ""
Mo., claim they ore daughter of the
IU Senator William Andrew Clark; f, :
Montana and are suing for their.
.bar* In hi* tso.000,000 estate. ,
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JUST LOOKA H RB( YA

fEN PoJ HVES I I Ii"; br WIPED YOUR DIRTY / / / t

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was utilimli'tl. Now Its hi. sliier ?/ GU65T HERE OVER -%' ; ; /
SATURDAYS AM' SUNDAYSAIN'Y I
Although: llfnry Kord ,treat I ? TH1REST
!I, achievement was a fllv\i-r II was asU1'rM
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a I'M OM TH' ROADI e '
The futht'r who used l lo punish his
con with a bogey, wh.p now pmUililyUK

the automobile. ." ,IRk I 11 I (7/J///fl'// // t tI \ 'bL

Jk KitiMt to iiinvlmtittiu I I ( J s u < t
It took that rolled hose, wormntJust Mayor Edwin Brown Seattle.Vaah.. played host too .real.honest to good. I III
leiriA nem bull recently when the animal strolled Into the executive' nrTIre. I
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and baa ma.la appllcatt Bradford Conn'Florida, destrlbrd at follow lilo to ascertain whether of the paid It appearing from the allegatIons of the iplan.aiH, that the ml l nanud I .1. r.n.I" .
SAMPSON: CITY I tirxaU In my 01.. UoutheaKt -I ,flown defendant are dial and. that sWou n of complaint In the above .u.
Northwest of qilartot' ,
for tax daml in accordance, with la. Tile quarter o.rlv bi of bu n wb .rmldfiieva and am st." -i)nit now n i
t t Is believed by said sworn bat rwldtmvo I or place !
of Section Ninotein :
Said Grlllel. .,nbrscne the fallowing dMcnml South Itanga Twenty-two(101. Tonilphip mil Eai>Sven ttlll that there Is a pereon or arc persons Uereated the dafentdant.. Thu Florida Railroad I Conpain roi'rant. nre 'nt rr
Sampson City, Feb. 19.-Mi.s clt-o pr\r". .Iu.le In Bradford cu'I". 61cr.I!I 'Said interval being vcated In taia minor, i as I ( In the property Imoluil .n eueh sulOioau Kdwanl hnml-irniion K. l fbickcroon Comtmn in'hid in thi nml .1),,,' r, tu il\.,' Nnt i'.t

Thomas a visitor to S U'1",1': Ida' toWIt t in of Soul". nn heir of Mary L. Nickels, th"raM through name or n.m. and age l nova anwhoee Thi* .FI:113.r'J''d M Austin SmltI not known ntid h.. 'i t I I. n -\i 'ir i > mccrllslll
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I quarter bolng nald minor mother UIH Ilknown Mnnrm* ltt'at" Whrt i H''"% nf I % I '*1 Nil
wot quarter of I the aald tu. I m ( .
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day. North and South by S Acm East and r I .' named In ih,I. ,JO\ m. A. Hnivin) | Sumner ,ir .' .1.\ ntlt."ne. .
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Messrs. Cob Varnes, EJd W tuilu>iJoo '. I milion SI. Tuwnahlp 6 9olith Kanm. 22I EI -l.-iit.H.ll Ou"l.n Joocamhior, il",r.<.11( yhn I"" and are hrtolo., parties, clam, Huh.,1..1, Hollt-ti S. Tnt I ha I h.<,.lp*. ifI r"", K '", (I' ., nil t

I"S g.", Lewis Pnrrlsh of > Acre I ._____ __________________ .---- I. nit interest under tho said known and nam I t ... nr in rxiMrnee. an .1 tinknM ii. "uio' ',.f. ntl i I', '* ', ,u-'I''l .' .
Williams! and \ .
S. a.'d at I in,. mutant. nnil that Uu IH ". r i>"nn .
The said land o. lh d.I'.I ', f. tattle aforeiald, deceased I or otherwise. ., i I ,
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I NOTICE known I ti noni.t'ii.i.iit! 0.1| r
here guests orelatives. )f In i 'tu let ot PluriJrii
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of whose
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Unluaa .h.U -- I v r\ (ice uf pul>i. 'onn "IK'u .hum" seouldI I. .l-.r-l'\ .ol 1 1I "
of J. A. J.ml..n Ut I r ...Uith. Highlit Jutllcl r "al."* ait nlkited to tip and are unknow tith. ,if ti.i .
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law .. deed "Ciili. intenati i,' 'lie Miltl ,'..' or r .' ,
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V. Williams and L. L. Johns wur. -" thenon ay > the l>r'i""nj' liuohed ,m this 1 .
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Witnrat my official signature! \m I .r r"lu,1 Flul'II. that )I II' ,tire not know. by JUIncn lit I .

J. G. 'Vynn and Mr. Thomxm, ct 'I 1' Ih W 01 Fabruorv A. I: Ifeibcnror, tt a). ,,I : nr-h and ii.. rUHA nut I".no nhl' ton < 'I 1" ,.,.1 (0.,1 ", ,"I'- ,.
igintlN i iClok XII' of Oh>l, ;1 in the Ordinal Town nMaint rtaln it''f I HuiitM 1 I I n mmHi I", .. 1... "
CaincIllo" :Sunday; h.I n' IIi<' V.I.ndMnL I therv rtNHmli it nth.) whoth. 'lt .1 ,
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r1' t.rulalnHiil., Sara R. itt \ i.'c. or s .
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Lucille, Moore of JIl I I. 'nvill h".lno IMI >. a mail .h.wl th, t.>. u> n '
8 ---- t, ,, It Is ORPKIIED. 'f" ) m iht aworn bill uf r."I." tiil! it, I II.
is hove vlsitintf hei Ki--tui :Mir. C. -KEBIOR3AND-- : the I, I'un.lfS' claimlna Intel...... If any 'm the ,uy, .,"',f .r1<' 'II I It,ruin' 1 "t.ilu In fr" i i" Net.'. > I I", '\'' that thr ar \' rm nt. fttmit ni I'I"0.I I \ .1 ", 1.1 I II
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: Kite were visitors to Stnrkc Turi-iU njnlint dwtrlbul.tu) > .1 1: i I. lii.n, "lmi.kttnatd. i 0.i ,in "I. aid Muttie' Mol'nsli on ati t'f ,' "' I r ," I n ." in.' t tiri ", ,
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thinly Donr I .1 l lliiiS'll nn.l d., Cliii'C .th. ., ,.r.> I 1
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Jean Pn ttx .
un I" NUII" . ,
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Stnto of I lioriju I "o.J II,
of the I
the .legislature '-- -- ii h I I Iii \
home .in Jutksonvillf a.U'i' a vliit: hi,... .I .iton, of uluirliilHttofu "I ',' 1 ,,1 .nIt i'. .I dint N.rlliwi'et quart ;:;: .1 h v.'t. .1..1.] 1".n N 1 II I" I II r
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.in 4 I'ownilup; 7 South Range 1
with his uxint Mis. Pi'i.i, '! 'Ihin.u. of Florida In No\tnihcr A. 1 0. ,1'Mni r.l Florida.ttd a "1 III >tli.l, I i ,in li, ( u.1" I'' .. it i i.l It4'llltiiiuit), Al,O u ,. ri' i f 10.,1"I n" I uttlf r rI

.nr, nn election of the qualified ik-cur ,l 4. m \rnl." County) I "' .. l mt airM.1 U ., th.> SluiII, 1, nil it I, nt' ,'"..tv. l I .iIlI ,

Kev. Crosby, ol Stukr. \\ill fill hisl'el"I '.r.. (flioldera in ald county I. hereby ,'.",d I I. ."linisel It I onfc.. i u i UIHeotl I .llml hi cnnsooutli thin or.!. I. .1 I '."",.1 jiMi .t.uttrti of Inllhl., at I n i mm I <"I I ,I ,1, iii 4' nIt- r'.1' '
to K lId ll.roiiKhi-.il the laid, in in 0' if > I nint.r I ,li. I i .n I
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nnpnlntnwnt: ; Floridu. if,i.r i., 5' .\ I1Ittatlford Count T'.BOh.' a ,.. l I" ,. ,. .. it I r. inT I Ii
ly. otate tif on 'l'td." .iif i 'li it T.! i "I : l.: n ii .1 I in" iu> .
ev, nin.- lId Sunday T'v: > ionis" i invltid March A. li l.'JO. :. wlri.. I ', I1 ni "lltii|>ui,i'd"hut i Mblisl.Fil, at Starkc, Urn.Hold! com 11 1 '-(,..10". (I nl .'\ liii 1 1. 1-oulh. Hnni y'1 1 \,'lit) .tM i-l i l II.i ,'. I. 1 ,l lnn>h l"I"! nml, tHi C

ulU-ml. : I not Itra.lfuid Tountv 1.'IOlldl .h.1 I >uln wli,.retf I have li'rctunlo l.I'I.lnnl.. ""''n doing I 11 t-8 at .'r more or I Kf.* I ,""n .1> .
to in tlw of hour ." > act my ? etc. uf .m-lHui, f,: .1 i iHI k if I luritln' t I' 5'I
bond I
.ud. "
sum 11" 0 I.'IIYno..und and nffKed thaI of the Circuit Court 11 1 ... 1'0 nimr, the .1 ( 0' ,i.If. rl l I' tint i ill'( ,
for h"11 'II ..in .Iho of Mi. foi, t"i' I t'li'.t t h. | nr n .
Ioll. h.r .ult.r.a. ,: .r Uialfnrd County, Plorda on thIn the 41 Ih 'II."ln. 1.al., Cmtnt' on 1 Nnnt.' \ i.l.,I 1 l'i' i f iii t ,. n I I I I
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NOTICB! 'i... .h.a.Iy. lutvlnaftt-r. more specifically" oct< .tiny nf IM.rnnry, A. D., 102*. :, 0', ''III., risleli ii.. of Hi I,.ililtntlanu, tO'Wit I r thorilil' bill. will bo Ukon M conlW ; &. f*""t>>,. I:," k.H"t! : ni'CdOii', aI
Uiudforil. F'otide "I ', O. W. AI.llEHMXN ., F. Mini, l.I' of ,.,. ) ii'on "n i I' turd in Ill I Io'c'uls
In uoul, Court Courtly. forth. naid bonds hu in dcnom nnllona ? I li. li. Sl.ricliln.ul .1 M. J. ," IMie.mns I n,mat you. I ,1
.,mi thousand dollar.racht bcartnR Inti,raat nc$ ( r: l'i Clerk. Circuit Court t Ii.1 llailtt' W. Mnnsell. C, J. Ilindrlcks C. I1'iikpm It ,IC '"., 'h.1 onluivtl lint tIlls .iMt r 1 I.. "f 11,1 ,.t County Florldiin'tittiu I II

Mil.I, red l Imore.Complainant.. I .. cevd nix par cent per nnnuiu, payabiitinniinlly. I i1'/: I .t.lrot..d County, I Flu-its" t ,, and A 1,. 'inigpen bit wife, Januit iMinl' .(,it once. tt 5*rek f.r four nnionti 1'< ,' t,. .I. '0"'Ii'i I n"'ri. "''''0 o 1 I.,
: daud of : d.iw.. FannIe I It Tth. 1 Ibis 'iii(*> ',n if .1,til,'" 0. 'II 'f
'' I and I to hi thu first day ", .J. It luiu W I 'lii 1 On* Crfeiinly trrapb aI | ,
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,, .li.') or Jtinuarv nf the year void and to mi ,ifilor r.1 Cemplalnnnt -l2.Kt-4- Jwll.i I.. \1 ...",, t I., acute ,Ink.. Ills wife.. \I\ n.." '." "'lu".1. 1"'"""I rlictiliiti'tn. I.I.'' )I I 11"111 I I I I"i I I \1.1 I I' .i .1'1

1 Bill for Dlvorolllctmrtl '*100 t mm" than thirty y. Lieu.. fioio dm., I i. M ,'" IHMIKII Join his wife, W. C. I" .1 l ''n HtnrVo. HiMilfonl Counev.' 11.11.1. I I 11'" ,. I ., r I II Ii IllS..._

Ulm"r*'. nuance tai I issued only Lu Jonas; J. G. \Mlln-r. AnlonotleWllbrr hit.r. U 1'INP"M the Honoriil.lo Itiittro t.22.rit.2.l'i; I'... 'i I 11"

Def ndant I 'b.lien un :WIt '.;: in :r.1a Bra NOTeS .", \\ 11"" C'. Jone., Win. I li.'ntn.W' I ii. riuMh' .In.hrlnl Clrnult. Court nntl thu or. 1--- .

Ird..1 and :..11. for Service and rubl.p' cdly>! 'lollla. o: .1 to "Ibu.'w' 001 'iMUl. ri*. Wil.rl I Kogera .1 .., ,' llngninnl: i.I i vial of the Clerk of thin I..rt.
lion.I ; r. ., !:! .. of said ap.111 .ct In Circuit < un, llrn.irrird County, .iirldiIn I <.*..' J... lf. Jones.. Mrn. Sallio It; it II) n" Mf i-iiriiiituro thin thu VrIh .I NOTICE
I I .1 I'PTKNDX.N: : P. .;1.. "J '." In Hind ". ". I i haneer' '1..1" I F, D m>nrr. FranciH D I'eioser. aitvlury .1 ''tiniidry. A. D.

Mob: It IWIIIK muili! f."I.IICUAII.wu'' Rill "f i'Ili..t. tio lard BUI'luct'd, .r.r< and olh) M. ,.''Iy. .J l'tt.' .. r 1 I.., t\lf.., I I' rnncis II Hoelge'v, I: 1918.t w M.nruMVN' I In t trcult t.(Mirt Irdt..1 nit",,, I ,.1.
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In the) al* n, entitled cause Ilia ,0','od with Bald bond fulula, with lainnnts ,m Johna, J. Kauffman Mrs N.II. I''. MM I (' II" rirciilt imul I flral.I In ChnnrvryMrtnu .

cnTnjiluinl flirlin I .1 ..Imn""'" I In It tion-i. >m. ih nir, i u,".,1.( > amountM to be ..p.nt.o on \iiir'ti Hall Iand A Utliilln, I nr. .I and ,P! \1.1 ford. ('.Iuouy HorUli\ : :'ton tfcath !"..'"!.W nt i'' '"piu"
tt al.
.dor."u"1,. .f I ,.1" .o\iril! j.. ar* of a".. iini" ." of .u.1 i 0.. are aa follfiui I .lye 1>. ', a tidnnii. hnt I Ih. re i it. n "r-"n i In I. Stab of Fitiridailue : RKWS' n ...p".lon.
> xlitii. in thi mute of Flundif. .t. It..0 V. 18 lake Cly.J'\: M ii>. t aNull virile,' .f Bubpeona upon whom would tonid 0,1.11 for (riimiiliilniinl 1. (tO.2,2n .
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,n. i whom \\oild, hind I li"ci" 0...., .Im.'ll ..0 1.'n..e 'I.ud I ,lefi tuilnoti! and Lust II Is bfllftt.,1 I, VU
tinknown I II II -
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d..t"IHI"t II '''. anil that aervlc -. __.-.. 13i( .oni( ) I Hit "il i..ti Htylid, cnum.. to.wlti The" HorlilI ,< I I th.: eomplalnnnt that the aald named defend NOTICE I\ Tompli*. Ft. A I...

'. lien. 'm must lie bn.l on ih'fi) .ndant l.y .nutilicatmn I "t., 1..1 i :No: <_ starke to t lily County lull. I mid HI I I IninitMintion I Company, a corporalluin I..inui, SI luo .,".nnw mittS imt. ore uitKnriwiit ( 1.rrnd.nt.
at (inscribed ly liw' in such cases "",. I 11' MII 'nn ti.iitiii.nl" "I.UIO.IU l lI *.viMence. and If not In .existence liinkntivtn ; > oo"lnln.nl. ate' I ltitm.reoutii, I in the propity ,. I -- Mult to anti ftemuvv ( biud
.i I HIIWII. ron U I 1.- KIII, ,tl-clny f..1 this ., and thaI Court fUhih Juit.cial Clrculitriulfnrtl .,"d) uuhiinMn i1elVii 1r.iitrt 'ntIho
It ,la thereupon or.li nil thnt. you Richarrlmme < 16 lual rtprvHt ntativeM. ats dt. Inv"io.i .1. (.nllnln. In t 'reuU '| I ii. known .
\U', and U I) incl ,I to-wit, gni In W f I ,I !" ,
do ducp.t : tnt knott imd IIIIH not Florlilii Chancery nlMiRlylml CHf 1.
fondant to and grnnteis, C.urnnl n. VMn.lt n.t ..wl.
.r.I..Id. .pp.al tond No 1 bUite' l< ad No 1.1 through Uroo'i' an.Ufa. C."nl ,Ih'Iln C'n. 'I i", .
the lull of comiila.nl. above .'ntll.1 I t> .. Jaimn Waiter I ascertain whetlier uiiy of said known .1! A M I-uteh ,Itt" M n"cl" ,
on the tut iluy of April. A. I). or tourd lirnlgi. 0 .6U""I and M"I'a..t.1.. (,. Ait niliints are dim) nr alive ; loud thai il .I Oitnplalnanl. .\' 11 I'.ol.r.; M
e..o.anil the Bradford County 'f.h. i inewspaper a tuad No, 19 Hum, ton 'lo Sun Kt-Hrookir run mba's hall MO.I.II 1'.. 1'1. Joseph. ".Stratimo.artnera .. ,>,,|iexed complainant in said sworn '' I'! ..tr Kaweher hlm at law nf John, Faucb-r.

piibliahetl In Ktarke. llrndfor.. !hy Hampton "P.h.00 cut off road tradlna-.. r"er and' ''hat there ia a person or are persona InterMltd 1'.1"l nnl N. Pfrkdpnion. .t al.In ''"< .*i,iuitd. Ntillto K.: l.rn"I Fthi'l M MnhiMie.toiiliillti .

County. rlorldn. la hereby ilesiKtiati u. I from State Road No 13 1 road 19 .. and If dead their. unknown compnniI'm .3. In I the propin' 'ly Inv.h"0 l I In such amt I IS ,fimlantalit Cl li-notim 1 I I.. Hii">hen .1 itiuswife ,

the newspaper In which thiii order and notice .-._ $10.000 ', -in. or Charles h.'I.. h.o ..nn or nan. or n". sodviutie ) Remove I lou.1. IMlrt Title and Olhr' .nd Bury A lit... W Uniem. Mnrv
shall be published once a wcuk for foilconxfcutKo lto.i. I No 3ordSL.rtiiigat Stale Hua.l 1 1m I 0 l Iwupi h..to.. .., .r.n.'. taco. ,> i'i'ioilu'ntt ar. unknown" ml to complainnit lUllrfllnlvr 'I: .liuts. Mary ** Hrown M"I' t' A 'Hn 'vr"
w.I,.. Starke and running four mll. West and the unknown. h 1.i.. dcvlsraii M"mi. Therefore it Is ordered that the cnil, of Hcrvlrn hv PuhllrnlUn. NotIce I Ineirt InK .".1 ili"ilflflil il.lron( Hn.\ ",'h If aliK,

hone at Slarke. BraiHWil. eoiintv rlorMn .>n the road which la not .. by Ibo I nt.l,, ,> of George .Pace, d, 1.le., or or known defendants who nre hereleifory namet n and I'nknown.' Drfr ndanta. 1.> "., If d.a<1 Ih"lr unVnnwn hi'lr*. .Ins.t I.)I'.,.

thin llth dny of rebruary. A. Ii. I'.UflO Mato Road "tI..rl.n fur Stale Road I "horn nre nl law f .:. lace d.; In this order. If lisituir. if riia.l. all par I I HI-IH'nrinii from t h(. Kllpwnt.un of t the I ,1."Bh. or Hrniil-rfi. ft W. I".v..n aol nmli r
h.l" Go.n. ,0 .
W. DERMAN No 29 .- Utoi.d reancd, rarllea. ha\lng claim I ion claiming, unl.'r I the .. Inuw. an.l num'd '''11 1.1 of pnmiiln' .n In I". above cnimi, W i'I.t.o..r I 1'1 .VIW AI. ". '
No 8 Starting, i in'il-'k'-ur runningni.irouimittely ; :, .d.1 "I ,. l plnr of Imitinftn ha\in ,'tnlrnitO t ,him. ni.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Brad ; : log nov right. title. InI ,ndants H afotvvald ..r.0' ol.rwi I hut 1..1. "I t I 0.1.. .I .
4 m JUill.rtmn I hy. I .r"n.l"n'. I N. I '\ Mmniolma I.- Inl rio *'liilnt' nu I ti. ..
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county Hurl.InIFRK'1 I I, r"I.l estate In and to the South mil Oat. all pi'r ons v liomsoet'4 Wi I .1",1 I'\.n. I .r .
2.10.f.3.11 -- lu.0- --- .--, :. pringa' Road ---_ 9l6.tiU0.Oiiit.w..l I I i I tilt' t of the Northwest and he North ''r names are, nilRid 1 to bi and: il art. :unknotvio I I Plcki-mon bin .if. '1. "I.rl... I.aol' I I .I..I.; ,i..I.1 Innili, I. Itiit No lin From Railroad In l.uwlt-y lo Clay "o.t.1 Interis'ern linmiKrntlnti I CotiMinnv. n ."|i'..iiiti i'ui I I 1,1.: I Iin I ', ., -
that' bt
nilf f>f the and the North may > or are IIII ':
( I Northwest Oua".1 M"IRlnonl. I 1 M lflophln I I :: lr of I lie Roust .. *t mmrt r .if
line-------------- hal
IfFPOnT County 94,00.00Bill II the ins in this suit. do l ..k.11. harm lliuiroi ,1 < 11.- Wit .
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'n Range 22 Fast, I
I No M rrom' Kia| to I I -.w..hll .nl"lty .lv.0 Warnn ,lum W..',. n loin II IIP HKiithMont soil. the Wi-nt hnlf! .r
In Itrnlford John O..rl.1
Ilark.Ur..k..1 ,. Il'i lying and county 1'.Bh.
Hei't-rl' of the Clerk of the Circuit Cur "nt.lnln. t-r m..I.- or I. lying an C. 8 I'i" N 1 1Iimnmnn n SeCt'ii0 21. nml eluhtin'l
snmrwon City uaII"ll'It. 1: I Florida, ir< .1 I V. 1>mw. Polly l'I.w Inn wlfr. I h.' HniithweMt *|"" 'h'l .I
I I. inn State of I letridnrevtlngsl I
in and for Ilradfnr.l Guiltily. I I I.i.lli.o|| nk mail,. 0 u.l. ii. lo-wit Iroo.rd County. Tbe t..I of the Southeatllunrttr I I I.,,\\ltKotmki'i. J.II.l niUrttm Jnhimn 'I us fiiirtHtii, hi'r'e, HID Northintl iiunrliTf '
iiunrtir
of Tales the year ll>2ilK :: h.nb' I Ii (; .' nf time uUrunt
account assessed tol .. No. u. -', from Damon, CroItoadi ., f th Nortlii-n ijuarler of Sictlru < if HvhiK. or In *x1iit.> .. are .1 'h,. Niirlhnnt 'l"a.1'
<>
W I\Y : Tax Col.o" i by Marion Reddish a place to. You .,0 each e.f you an- hereby require '12. 'fown.hlA., South, Range, 22 Taut con nit noun lo th. cnmu'Iaiuiant., nntl hut I ".iiniliT .f Uirt ,'. ?M. all I.. T"o""hll, < s..ut u
I
To Bradford County I I Slarkc-Kuirord Ktiad. No 4 *r>.4Ul' ( 00. I .. bo .o..al Lor.r tin Judge of the Cir- nlnlng 10 aertM more lss.: L,'. and HIMitriby it. li'ro.n, known to coinplnlnunt In lbs 'tiitiuf .M I 1'ani. I Ihe paid i r'a'I.( ".
,
County Pop. loud' Nn From .., .I service ..r milipfnn, I IH.lim lnuttiil| \ an fullown. 1 I".w
I 21 Sto rk..C" 10>adn Ron ml (ourt of Judicial Clreu required to to tho bill ri r tn'irf I Iftrhln the a " To bol dup Jan. 1 I IV. __ I:lij lit' I by Frank 110r..n'a to Road No. 'ii, i 'I.Ion. in and for Bradford County, on Mon. .. are filial 1 in said DI'I".I tao i oil or bet riMnn.lnv ,in"nh.." wcnilil Mini thn sail d..r..o."tar I 1'1' 1i,. Fast l I.y MiTtion. In. ruitniltit north sill,
omplnlnt l by M'tryittiniii
lly coluctcd -- KxtfiiBiun .. of thi ami that it IH .'h.. lime North lwnoil
I -. 93,6iO,00loa.l .1" I. f'.I elay uf March. A. 1). lt 2o. .t the tat day of Msrcli' A. I). lO.'l ; cillur m 1..I.v1 -" nn
-.n No 14 from Starki-Brooker linad; : in I II .. .In the town ,,f Starke. Florldi otherwise the nil I. nut onn of said,;. till will I In: i I tnoliiiniint thnt thin namrd
To bal dl.Ffb I. 1020 -. -Fund.- -- Donno'a Dridgo '-- $72000'' I nn.nir a sworn bill of coinplnint, ohlbl..11 akcn as confessed by the* fendants in'renteI$ ) inlhe prfi|>irly inched In thin slitc'onuluuinat > 'tutti, lm y liitl. hnntn 1'. ,
and lorfcltun I loud No. 17 rrnm SluikUiook. Rush dint in the nbovo named .n,1, nlh.u4 that hi tm not Greeting.i
II .ga( you >
It Is further ordi'red that thla onler be pub.
To hal. due Jan. 1. 11)21) ISflU.t' New J and l bv .. and hn. I ni.il' tnnh *if siu are hi r*.Iv I, '''inn'',1I. I Ii.
, l.p. hood by O. W. U.'n'a I II Mimpliilnnnt. M. Trb". to remove cloud anti tshid once rich week for four consecutiveweek. I'n.* dI".nl .I.h Iminlry Yu. .
" By ami. collected H.4To I __- __ .___ $5400.00 I .umt title the above described lands. Andhavln" .. In thn Bradford County Telegraph a 'lot l>r,'n nlili, .I.a'n' whithrr. any of th. I i.. bo ami. n\.t.OI\ l'fr' t tin Jmlui of t the ( Irut .rVI"r.'o
loud. No. HE 1'rom Roalir itoadeaut to (la, it been made to appear ti> this court bhe published In Bradford Counly aid di.f.'n bal due ',.b. 1. I'l.i5' .- J822.0I County Line------------------- $.800.00 I return nf tho Sheriff or Bradford count. lewspaper"lorida f ... ._ in nil*,iced unknown. In 0".1 < I In and r,1 Itrailfonl County on M,nIny

County Read mid Bridge I I Euad No. 16 from Now River-Scout holo road Morlda. upon In Chancery I lBnue< This, Ihe SBth day of January. A. !> I1J6 Ifw *ir In existence or not anil It nll the first ilnof Miiuh A I h IV I.nl
To bal. due Jan 1. 11UA -_- T486.00 to Hrooker-Scoutholo road by Will Andrewa i, the. ;h. herein, that the above namd I (1. W. AI.DKRM4N ...
By amt. c.I."o -..-. -___ 177.HI I I $5,400.00' elefendanta.:. either of them can b (SFALI) Clerk of Court ,. *v.. tin'ro.wor aw (.'nun*, r.ro. and ."r. iln t. nunwnr a nworn bill of .roniplnlnt evMi .
load No. 2-i'j'li-sliii--I;;; lo llu. found In County Florida.Tlie Cleul orHtlonIntervntrd In the saul property In. I IH( auniiiHt you In the dU.ve nnmtil court

To bal. duo Tib 1. 1!>JH 'F nd-. 2S3.IItftidott'a I I nan Wlbam. place, Eal to Cln'. Bradford County T.I"r.ph. a week)), By C A. KVIOlir, olvi,t In thia milt whose nami avrt, plnri liv thn eitmtilMinniit. Idimpt m il'a'i li I 1..v..I.! ,..
Prnnion In r>""'" C"rk. In ,. rorn.rnti|iuO. to wm' 5i
C.unt --'-- 15,41100'( ewspaper puhllh. the Town of Stark.Iradford '"r r.'oii'nre nr I.I.r. nf builnonii unknnwirtiniiilninnnt iiil rnntimny' '' | .
To bal due Jan. 1. IIIJU 133.L81( I load No. 28 From Vanderbilt School to Hou (' Is hereby designate F. M JOIN! I and In Raid h l I la pravil '<",.1| s nil .iiilit l,. .. I hr nb.. di-emribe't l lMM

Hy amt. collected _._ d._ (5 i, mar IMcKlnney Branch $540001 .is the newspaper In which this notice, eh.1 8.I.iul for Complainant t-20.5U2-26 ;j nirnlnMt I nurh known anti lk': d. fend: h.n.lo

I No. 24 From State Noah No. U wea' b. plbl.ho for four consecutive weoka.Pone .___ _u ._. ___ I.. T.'rnn.. flrma and eort> llrndford, ('.-.,nty' '1'.I.'a'.h.' a wieklyi
To bal. duo ',.b. 1. 1928 -_-. Oil.US 111..1 Uot"lh.1 aettlement by Primitive and ordered at Starke. Bradford Colin 'l'hlEIcl'l'OItK It In .,... hut nil I....".. I v'Hpnp.,
County School 1..Ua. .hurh interned with Road No. I. In Chambers, thIs ZHlh day nanuary. f NOTICE "iron nnd corporations names In thin nrd.r. I..0 I..nly. 1'1..11., .. i'r.-liy ,-.I n..1!

To bal. due Ian I. lll.it) _16008.12hiy o.lonl" ....___..._... $10.HOO Oltoad I .1..10.. D. 1926. .r living or e it.>nre*. nr I If
amt. eolct.d _._ Ii\ 1.343 I No. 25 hOl rke-Brooker Road near A. Z. ADKINS In Circuit Court Eighth Jurtlc'al CircuIt,. ..d..n. then hfa hrr. th.11 nr Ita tin .', rn.r rnnneeutlv weeksWl'l'Nl'.MS

Pan Ilyrda to Rock Church Diatrict to 1,-8t-2-J6 juHg Dr."ur County, rlnrida In (hsncery I, nmi'n helm. ilevlnrrn Ir.at4p**. "r.nlr. aue I The n.n..hl. A. 7 Aithlnn unlX
To bal. duo F<'1.. 1. ll>2fl ....1822041 internet with Road No. H $1,4110.00kosd J. J. t'l'evflt'n and iwalirnn and all neraona. finns T.iow. Jiidi/M, an .'0(1. W. Ait'rtnatlii

('evilly Pe,. No J6 Slarke to Clay County Line Truby .ml enrnnratlona having or claIming, any In. I IIi '. 1 1 II nnd 'the m nl, .f this court In Ih* Cltv

To bal. Jan 1, 1926 (6700 ,I (RiMiint Road) ........_. 1.000.00'' NOTICE Complainant rOll In ant) thee.certain pleeiti nr Intn of I r tiitrli.' I'I irnlit this /iini, ilny of Jnnuaryk

By amt. collected .--- ------ .2.001To I' a : '. 2T Commencing "'.1 J. H i I Ipln.a Calvin I 'anti, lying and bring In fflradfnrd countyial k f>, I02fl.
WI."n. p al. of riuriila. known and deaoribril mIlowa O W A |.l>KfM\N
on .t.t. No. 11 running Wait 10 In Clicuit, Court. [Iradford C.UMy. Florida :
bil duo Fib I. 1928 11.00 Dom Fr''o'' south to Rosier ..a.1 In Chancery. )"rrndnnl. t !I o:1 I.' CUrb

Total Suh-Krkool I __ __________________ $4,000.00ltoauINo. : 1. N. Harris and J. O Harris, Bi) to Remove Cloud Quiet Title .,0 Olbe .The South half of tfitt half of thi. I I.: KNK.IIT ftlarke. Plafnr .
To bal due J.*. 1. 19!e _I T<3.41Hy 29FromDaoFutc--bridge or Relief. qnnrter of Nurthwrat.1 iiuat ter nn. I 14lieitnr' CnmplHlnnnl t .".'.fit 2 ?>1In
897.42 Cmpl.ln.Bt :
collected f..th..t ___ .
amt -- .- I Crawford Road by Browning' to Road .Order of Service by PuMlrstlon, Nolle. To I h.I of Roiilhwr quaHer nf North :

IfiSfl _16168.00 No U .- __ $3.600.00'noad Laura D Thompson el al., .nown and nknotsn Der.nd.nl. .5'' *|.. ami' the North half nf the Northet .
P.h 1.
To bnl duo _
.10 D. B. Brownlng'a Roar nf S.*. Nf f'J
Total li.8rliool Bonda. I No. : From on Defendants It appearing, from the alleiiatlona of the << iiuarter nf f'Mithwrnt rpiarter < '

To bnl din, .Ian. flM 4BISO,61Hy 9 by Starling and Rub Futch to Roster Bull te QuIet Title and Remote (loud a'nrn. t,III of complaint In the above eauae ,n Twenty-flU ', Tnwnnhlp I Six, (till, R.>,ntl-

ami. collected I_.--.- 37.4! Road -- -- ._. $1.800.IX To the known and unknown elefenrlanta In that the aga. resldenee, or place of businesst Range Twenty-two (22, Faat I IP. I Clir iilt, -- -- ,I load No. 81 From Roberta Lane on Stall the above styled cause, to.wil I I.aura DThompson the defendanta Calvin I.uelus Por- appear to the MM nf .complnlnl flleil In In Chancery.
Road No. 11 by (1.! L,. Fulch. and E. Land I. D. Thompson and husbanrl WI.on. before the first day olnrrh.
To bal. iii,. F.b.I. li)2fl _-. 4313.20 aura "'1 Wilson. 1,1.lu. p. ". Catherine nl't i raun, nn r '..ph n- \ Mtirrottp.Ctimplaiiiant.
Road a4 rl4.. Boada E. C."a to Crawford Road $3,400,0 amot B ThPln. Angellne Welter Augusti I I Ison hie wife Sarah E. Overlon Kale. A. I). 1026. otherwise the alroll.n.1 ,
I toad No. U2 From J..I"ht. J.1 Burns Frstt I.ulhrr I'ratt unfiannah e "HliI will taken an ..' airainntMt.
J.mp.n-K."wn. .
33(10721by Miriam .nr.
To bal. due Jan. 1. IDJtf I 'rl.l. I Maya' I l-ee. The Atlantic l.umher h'l h .
amt. collected -- ----___ 800,Ofl Road through Marto Pratt hl .I. Mrs 8 J SI.na and Company, a corporation, E Strong and S. J. I ( ''fnrire W. Cole, et al.
Road No. 10 $3,400.00( hlahod. R. E. and tnrnberv, partners :IuinC business unie'r .1 ilo '1 ,U r..h.r o.I..o that thin order be p.l. Di finilnnl'*
Limlta bjway W .
From Lawtev
To bal. duo Fob. 1. 1926 .82798.88A.II.otnl 11usd No 8J City hu.h8d. Inlom.n. Cecil Wilcnx and name of Trot,, and l.h.1 nnr* a four weekn Hull T. lout Title and Item I"loudTo
___ < "I".re: Company .on..lv. .
Caradlne'a $800 0 Anna .
Fund. of Dr. WIfe Page Wloo.. allte, and If dead. 'living. In .l"tence. all unknown ill the Until ford County. weellvnewepaper Ike and unknown d"r.n' itike
are to kn..n
To bnl du. uuu _. BTI,21 load No. 84 From Hampton South through line heir unknown h"I. devisees. legntcea, Ol complainant I .soil that there la no person In "I of general elrculatlnn.' published in'tvsrh. .I.v. ptyled rnune. t..wlt. George w.
all
I'ark to County and claIming
By Hampton AI.hu. .r.ol. persona having or of Hradfnrd County lorl'la Cl.! .. Mary C. Klrhard. J Younir. Mnryounif.
amt. Florida known to John
22,2 ____ ( !.t. complainant
__ $3,600.00Itoaul
eoll"tt Interest
title In
1 ha\ any IIhl. or estat. rvlce of VMTNKSS the Honorable Juilit' nf lie rneh alive and' ,di ad., th.tr
a anhpeona upon whomwould hhnItha .
To bal due Feb. 1. 1U1MI ._.-. .-: No 35 From TKereaaa line eaat_on Lee U.800.00 Laki ano t the lo.ln. d..rlb.o lands to-wttt, said H"I,1,1 .,Hnu or titfiff tbeea. and .1'1 JudIcIal (1..1 Court. and the n?. "unknown 1.1.\ ilevlntrn I.a.I.. "I wrantiNi.ml .
to Clay county I and f.ota sod! .
O. W. B..d Road 8"1 hl of 2 that It Is believed by complainant that theamed 1.1.1 ..1 of the nf this .."r. well to .having or who may rut m ton
U C. A. KNIGHT. .D C.h.ERK5 .16 From' 8Ialk.IAk. BII.I northerly II of Block 11. of Truby andCompany's defendants are lntoreste l In the prop .I"nal"r. thla the 2Bth ., of ..Un .1 rlirht.. titlr' .n1-reMt or estate. In and.1I.
) by George Cone. t R 5 Ih.oe Addition to the Town of II.k.. eel Involved A. n 1921 I I .tn I and nf Mlock 22. original'
to road 4 ._.. $7,200.00R.sd Florida. which lots front feet In this suit and .complainant .|. .al < f turn
-- on O W AfnFRMAS
( RIB 87 From State road No. 18 Enl by mind. Church Streets. 7 via that ha does not know and by diligentireh lteal.'tFAT.t mats. nr i1at of, th* l.wI of !'arb. nru>lfor<1
nf Circuit Court I '
anti Clerk ( KlnrdU' < nf reeord In
FINA-fcCIAL % Vat and Yarborouvhs to Clay CrestlngaiYou inquiry has not Wen aide' !. tt* .inty an app .
: l'II..lna line ___. $540001( and each of requireda Mrtaln whether any of the said defendants, : ford County f"hurilat. limn'd> MiMik, "N". ,.. 7B9, nf Ih. ""ll. I.r.
FUNDS o..y h you al. hl.h, ." H CREW, .
r.U .f ltralfirl County. ." .
R..I: ". 88 From Anirua Haifa place tin be and appear before the of the Clr- os airs, residence or place i.? business ",illrlUir fur Cnmplanant, I 1.20.GI.2.2A t '11.1.
State Road No. U north to Hampton.Hampton Court of the 8th Jud'cl.1 or Flor. al.o as unknown la dead nr alive, or In cc. RreellnftYou
4 .
of !lritif' .ol Clrut
Monthly financial matemvnt
or not. and Is -- -- ----- and each of you am hereby (
hirsch Road $1..0.00( In and for Bradford County on Monday I allevM "I'tr.1
County for the month of January l'320.Cen.rol oud No. 80 From 13 of In the sworn of complaint that NOTICE I. b. and brfor tile Jiulw,
; Fonda at. RO.I No t R..0 first day March, A. D. 1026. at the .i .0'1'.1 .
h. there r mill the SlIt Jiidlrinl Clreult .f
M (Crawford .._ _. court house In the town of Starke, Florida.answer .1.vr .1. persons, firms antI car rO'
86RreeiiIs 8.000.00
Bal. Jan. \. 1926 _... 452 r ..
In the cold IWI'ln .n fnr nrndfnrd County, on Mnn.
46 ..U"n. property |In.
during month 1410.SI Snail Road No I ItRlka.l.nk lul. to a sworn bill of complaint .aliibiterlagainst lve IU2
Warrant Itutii.,d ilurinK month lull 15Hal. at Int"'lon_.Rlv.1$2,600.00itsj you in the above named .o.r by the place nr business la unknown .rompl.ln..nt. Urndford ("nt". Florid., In f hanri-r. 'inrt houses In the town of Stnrke. KlnrdlaHnnwer .
reh 1. lUl" .._ ... ... 112011 nmplalnanla, T N and J. O ".lli., .1 ,
t ,
and Webh
No. 4lFromStat.RoumINo.l3 tfl cloud and 'In .i., hill relief 'I. prayed scaineteurh K > a sworn MH of eomplnlnt *xhlb1t4>4Kul
.1 love quiet to the
Fin. end Forfeiture .Road No. 10 Richard Albert's and rrlheil lands. til. .bv. da known and unknown defendants' persons, {.m"lnln.nl. ,, nut you |In t h* aWtve nnrned riturt by t h*
Bal. Jan. 1, 18.26 l t0 HKecelpta 9 .
? Knight $3,400.00 Irm. and corporations.TTIFRFFORP tmplalnant, Jonephln A Mnrrotte, to **.
I The Bradford County Telegraph weekly'
during month ._ 61187 a Florila Itailrnail Company, a oorporatinn et Ml rlnit.) l to nulet t tie to th above df-
issued during month DAT on' Ruipi No. 43 Commencing at or near Tour. n.w..p.1 published In the town of Starke It I. ordered that all persona invp nn< *
W.mnt ella place at city hula and run westerly Florida U firmi and corporations In this order l'hfendania. rlhed Un.ln
Counly. hereby deslg.
1. 11U6 .;. 84
1.1. --Fund 15 to R 8 Edwarde' place, Ih.ne northerlyLy Or.d.r the newspaper In which this notice if living' In "".rn..n.mP Iced. "' not Hill to Quiet Tll. ThIlradfnrd Cnunly, l.i/rnhh. a weekly
4hoad
114.1. Jan. I. UU M. J. Mcttae place t Road No S ..he for four consecutive weeks In ..I.I.n.! Ibm h''". ..01 th.l'' "" m- ft anpfarfnir ISy the *.nln hi nf enntptalntI "P vfipapnr publl hed In th* town t>t Stark.
.,
6.4.1 __ .h.1 p.h.h.o known ,I In the above .. which' Caineis it, ulfnnl County. Klorldn In hereby denlanatedth.
during month ________ __ "..80000Ro.d : Honorable A. 7. Arlklns and heirs, devisees. teesteee a-ranteee ...r.
.Io.t Innuril during month. .__. No. 41 Commencing at a pint near T. P.Gekln A. V. Long, Judges. as also O. W. censors anti S"11' ant P""na firms due to .m.v. el..ud from tll. .ami' tn .et th. newspaper In which this nntlc thai)
W..n. .. nn Road No. .. southerly AlderBn. and t .1 'h. iDle r>f the complainant lanitn that tie nitblUhed for four cnnftecutlv weekaWITNTHS. .
1. ll6 SM4I7 11. Clerk, and the peal of this court In City .rp.U.. haYln. claImIng any .
f.l. No. 9. thence southerly ... to are In 'th saul bill nf ..m.lalnl..hat thit ffonornbl A. / Adklnn and
d.lh.
Building Fund to nr this' 2"h d" "' January In..t .n" pieces, or Iota
.
Bal. Jan. 1. 1.1fteeeiiiu proximately 1.2 mIle -._._ r.1.500 00Total A. l>"k926F''d"' Ivln. and being |In lrdror county. .i."f th. of Baln.1 County.In F.rl.I.. A V Ionic Judifen, an aln,, U. vV Ablfrmai.
amount on Graded Rnada. $11500noo. O W. ALDERM4NRFAM lontta' brown as follows had mole l return upon lummon. (1. ('It rk. and thit n*>nl nf thin unurt In tIre city
during 6m--"b'_...... .0 .
.. duly trtuar1' in nalrl .
Bald election ahall In ry th.t .11 f t StarlFlorliIi. thin Oth of January.T
That the \ The day .
Warrant luuod .onlh ...... b.0v'lnP ( Clerk South hal of the Northwest quarter of In Chancery I. and ran.nit .
Bal. 1.8. 1. 1926 _.._...... all reapacta by the law for ho'dln.' ..n..1 I). K, KNIC.HT Rtarke. FlaDllcitor ) ortheast of Section Tw.lv (III mmnnn IN nerved tinnn .n..lro > I92

Oatal.ndl.rand T.O iftlorn. except lo "..ltl..Uon. '. for Complainant 1-29-6U2-26 Township Eight (83. South Kanv. TwentyIwo a 111.11" R.I.a,1 B.lr.ao Company.m".ny., n W AI.IF.RMAN
in
the .n..lnn. Th I EAIa Clark
Bal. 1. 98620 l i .I.r and not inconsistent' with the /221) Emit contaInIng' Twenty .. more a Ih. Florida 8.1 Immivran I> F KNir.HT Hl rk. Fla.
law tu are
.
r .
,
I :0'd. I month ____.___..__ of the said special act. NOTMIn Ci. Cotnnany. a .nrporatlnn. and the F'lorllaIsnd int'ritnr fur Complainant 1.20.lIt.2.2i11NOTICE
.. iuo during ... pl.ka IOn to and Imminent Company a eorpnran. .
the hill
OF of
M BOARD OK BOND TRUSTEES appear complaint In
Pl. feb. 1. ._.._. _._. 984.20 BRADFORD FLORIDV Circuit rour. Eighth Judicial Circuit ....Id .a_. or before the First "Ilo In ,. four of the defendant named In aaidlull

_... Jan. I. 114 Drainage Fund .677.14 1.COUN.E '} ; R.do" .. In Chancery I..h. A. 0... 1920. otherwlae the .1..tlon. saul of corporations.mpJalnl. to owing elect to th* faltur nr aopulntagenda. of th. OP FINAL DISCHARGE

Receipt duriw month ____ Attest( I?; 1 A. FU'TCIIsecretary. Chairman. Chl.a Complainant.Woodbridge, th aald bill will h taken confessed and owing to> the r.I.ofle.. ..10 cor "Uty day after lute. on to-wit the 8th da*

, Warranta loaned du.ln. month .. 4-12-Ht-l-lI .., .aln poe. ratlonn to have within' of F.rld uf March A P. Ifl2t w* will present to th*

Bal. Feb. 1. 1921 ._._._ nut George W. Cole. et. al, Itm\ further ordered| that thin order. .pub .n i officer or vent uiton whom p.. .n Honorable Gei>re A. .ard.nr, a* County

Widow Finales land Defendanta. l.hP one a week for four conn_utlv. w..ka. ii.. nerved and It .0.ln. that prncenn cant Juilge nf Rrndford County Fi! >rMa. our vouch-

Bal. J.. I. 1926 -.. .45 2 NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED'TOR. Bill t Raaseve dead. ste. Bradford County T.I..ph.| a weekly B. h* ..r.0 upon ". for th* ceo and final arcountn a* eveentor and e eu.

Rocelpt.' during OMith -. 1. It .p.alln. from the allegations of tl r.wepap.y of general elrul.I(.. publ.he, ',i .re .r .10 rnrporatinna .tret offleprn ci r tnt nf th* lust will and tMt-.mi'nt of Mary

W.lmn.. issued during month _. Notice Is hereby given that all creditors. sworn In th above ... In County, Plnrlda appoInt mad _.winr to the f".. nf said anklnn.. (feceaaed. (at* of Bradford count
.tl
FeV 1. 126 ___ /lak. Ird"r
Atrirtriuual- 121 (0 dintrtbwt mad all persona havIng that the neldeneea .of 11. "rand.nl. Honorable Judic of the corporation to have within the of F.r soul a*bed to lie dlncharircd ,* such .ceeut.ur
Fund I.al. of J. O. Cherry. : George W. Sophia .. W'TF.I Ida an officer or agent upon who process sail MUtrl*.
the r.I.
claims ..wl and the official
Bal. rimiit
Jan. t. oa a.allt ..t. .
192---------------- .MKeceipta In the
rA.ur. and that I.
no
aerved
H Saunders William H. Saond. Ih.l person
eounty. hereby Thin Hth day of Unitary, A H 1920JOHV
daring month ._.. d-.Ial Brel.claims, duly.authen.ticated. Queen Seunders. Sallie Wynn formerly. Sal. ..1 of th* Clerk of cUr. wall Stat.. nf r'lol.t. the ... of a .u.p.n. irc.iow

W.rrnt lauo during month .. 899.76 .1 to the emintv judge 0f Bradford count Ii. Sanndere and Joseph 8 Wynns her bus- h a etgtratur.. this the llth ." January, Ama .,on who w.n'' htnd saul ,.. KATE Z.IVINSTOM

1& I.b. I, -..-.-..._ John C Mary O. Richard his, D. alno appearlt from the sworn hill nf nom-
4981 Florida within one roar from date orthis bnd. Ri.har. I Kxecutor and Rxecutrli of the laot will
I. O W. ALDERMAN lint In she abAa cause. that the renldenceath
COUNI1.oa notice will be held In bar and alt.nons John Carolina Klenlhmldt ana .ament of Mary Hnpklnn
BRADFORD th. J. Clerk of Circuit Court. Rra>|. 01 defendant therein to-wit :
Indebted to said .I.t. requiredpay his wlo. Frank W. Simmons. C. n.mo 1.8.91-1-5 deceaa.d,
OF .1.
8TAT FLORIDA. ford County Flurlila Florida RaMrnad corporation.i .
id debt forthwith. I. Helberger formerly /ICALi ('mpao.
their us I Th..tn. K.t
h..b" certify that the ro.oln. "it A. D 1926 William Mstjueoa Saundera. i Florldn Railroad nm"any, a corporation,
.
macat of Ih. Receipt out Tale llth day ol February. .. Tom. A 8 lame. T Houter and John M<*Ra.. ..
W..nl W. J. EPPERSON C. Thsekaton. Sarah Jane Saunders, .. ;' for l-2"-flt-2-25 InK NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE
sued against the funita of S W.mpl.l.ol. e The Flnri'la ,I Company a enrpnra.
Sheriff .. administrator of the Drew. J. W. Glisson. A. B. Townsend firm r. R.I..0
for the month of January 1926 U arue and deceased. I of lllsson A Robert T. thin> J.m. 'r nl. and John M *Re, a*
l2-tt-4-t.' estate ef J. C. Cherry ime Town.nd. Siety tie,. after dat*. nn to-wit the llr.lday
*' th. beet of my knowledge and Rchrd. ZoeA Richard wife. Thomaa C. NOTlCfe Trl_. Edward N. Olk..n. Mary Cm. of Mareh. A. D. 1971 I will present tothe

b 'I T. C Thaekston. F.nnl. P Thaekon lieu.> DI.k..n bin "ukpt. Th FTonnrnbt George A. Gardiner an County

O. ALDERMAN NOTICE OF GUARDIAN BALE h,a wife.! M. N. Blanton M. F. Rlanton In Circuit Eighth Judicial Circuit. FlorIda and and fmmlftfratlnn .p.n". a Ju"ga of Brail ford County, FlorIda m*

Clerk : Circuit Omrt. I his wife Una Dukes. R B L. Duke her County.r .. In Ch8o.,. rporatln, Florida Land and Imm a/rntlon vniucheys> and final account u almini.irai.r

County. Notice Is hereby given that on the 16th lay isband.John F. Stratum d Company .. all l.dr. roe pany a .nr.llon. Samuel TI.k.r. Maryirker of th* estate of hV bt. I' tones
By KNIOHT D. C. I the undersigned and that there I no In the F. I hi* / A. null. Levi I H'ittenh .
01 March. A. B.. 1928. iknown. person Stump.C.pl.l"at wl. dereaaenl. late of flradford county, and sisked
., Ball. Mnhon. formerly NdlIe |
Marion Edna Jones, Minor. will State of the servIce of enbpeona N.I.
for Florid to h* diarharired a n ueh atfmlniatnttor.
.u.dl8 F ._ K Ora L. Muline ,
NOTJCB OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DUD apply to the HOM.hl. George A. Gardner.County whom ...10 "'ed.nt: and Florida Railroad Company a Corr.II"n Tf R Hawk and fl n.11 Hawk and H.- ThIs I2nd day of January, A l> !'>?*>
aaid i
the M.
.
UMUBIC ate baJleved by
O 1B. Judge of Bradford County. Floll. W. J. FPPER3ON
1..U. II > I th
and .t C. Thampaon. are unknown. and that thee.is *
f/iee In Starke. Bradford eu.ty. n..d'ol.n"ot whose _Id.n .. .LoI."danl. .1 Sheriff a* Allntnstrator of
Nell,, la hereby .Iv S'A'UTJI hi a* order to sell at private sale alt tharight _pl.'n.nl.' are In..1 Or4 PahlIestien. NotIce I.gusa no person tn Stat of Florida th* seevii. th_ tatat* of Robert P. Jones. .trs'eaed
pure.h..r ef Tax Certificate No. L C PI title and Interest of said I minor, In that.evtaifl In the property Involved la this nil thtCompl.l.n' .o of a .aubpona upon whom would bind said, 3:22

lad day of July A. I). mj, hM :aald eat.I parcel. of land, lying and being In doee not know .00 .DO bo .0 Iu. D..I.





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BRADFORD TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19! 1926.

TEN __ n ___
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u land I Mist Emma I. Johnson /of this ner party was given in honor of the First Christian church here, has bem-
HI( iI-iIordoi County Telegraphs! I|place were quietly'married at Gainesville II occasion by Mrs.[ Sparkman's daughter ill for several days. He has a h.a

1 afternoon 12th. :Mrs. A. A. McDonald at her hospitable of friends hero who
:; I I News of Florida in Short Paragraph. I Friday February are rejoiced! "
: j :Miss[ Johnson ii the daughter of one ] home. know that his health is better at HIM"

Published weekly and entered as]: I :' of our most respected citizens, J. 1I '. I Tho dining table was centered! with writing.

second class matter, at the post I Johnson and is one of the most popular a bouquet of apple blossoms, and an :Miss Elerec Ilardin, of Jacksonville.
office at Starke Jo"lorlda.I' / girls of Hampton especially in appetizing dinner was served, by the is spending: this week with friends I\n,1<<
[Live State NewsTOLD :j religious circles. She is a member of I I hostess. The honoree received many relatives here.K. .

C. 8. MATTUKWH-r : ..___-_____________Own.r. i: tho Christian church: mid has! been' !gifts on this occasion and the guestsI I). nnd M. L. Watterson, u
I painist for this church for several I! wished for her many more happy bith- spending) a few days in Gulf Han.
HODIN8ON ______M.n.gln. Editor.
C.
I. |! I
I years dnys. I| mock, in search of deer and wild tui-
I BY OUR EXCHANGES |I Mr.: Lamoreaux :" a highly: esteemed, The dinner guests were: Ilev.V.. n.I

PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY I I young man, and holds a valuable position I (Lucks and :Mrs. Kate Sparkman, of key.Mr.. and :Mrs M. D. Rawley, .i

.-- ---, I _0 I, as conductor for the Seaboard. Waldo, :Mrs. J. G. :Sparkman: unllhil- Green Cove Springs! are the guest
SUBSCRIPTION KATE I' I After :March tho loth; they will\ be dren cif Plant City and i :Mrs. W. B. of Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Harper thi-,
Per Year Jl.GO! Tarllhns"te-Geo"lu: DcSha of Florida tho annual distribution of interest i home to their friends In Tampa. They I Rooper. week.
n.n.n..n Waldo was appointed)> yesterday! | derived from the state school: have a host of friends here and ,
wil!
Six Months ___________________ 7BcMo. Governor Martin to bo county: corn- fund Manatee county will get $2-, I, throughout the county who will wish :Mr.: and :Mrs. Earnest :Morris, of Elder Hnner church preach at Fi.--the
mi' stoner( frum diartlct number two, I IAluchiiu 1'M.2'J.> : Figures on the apportions were : them! much happiness.) Key West, are the guests of 1111's.Iurt'i. Christian next Sunday,
--- county. made public by W. S. Cuwlhon: superintendent :\ .' father Mr. B. Y, Saxon. ruary the 21st. Everybody invited.
I Dinner Party Itcv. W. U. [Hickfilled his regular :Miss Irma Johns, who has been vn

/, '(ir I Ia 1'lIlIIlul-Wh"n the South Florida Last Sunday. February lathL'! appointment at the I5.ipti.st church I king her uncle, P. E. Johns, and a\u:'

f2;.' Fan rinses| its gates tonight, morn I :\liall1i-Capture of eleven persons, I the venty-fo firth birthday" of11': *'. last Sunday. 'I Mrs. W. H. Griffin, of Pompano >-

t'i' than 'I 1 ,moos) persons will have visited five of whom are said to bo operation' ) r Elsie Spnrkmun. /and a delightful din. Elder J. 1'. Haner, pastor of the I turned to her homo here this week.

it, al '-tinting to J. T. Streider, general the biggest dope ring in the south, i

trm 11111111'11 PI'. It is II new record at- was announced, late yecsterday after- ; W +...
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noon at :Miami offices of A. It. ------. --- -- ------ -- a.a= ." -- -::
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t'-niUncu.' .l Stephenson -- .- .-__ ---=-- -- ------- I
federal! narcotic inspector who ii
; Taatpa-Mrs.)> : Toole of Plant City, made the arrests at West Palm Heac-li I I

was killed. )her 12 year old< son, probably during the noon hour.
i
4954 I ; fatally injured and G. W. Johnson :

(Membership in National HII/hwar/: : seriously hurt, when an Atlantic DeLund-The DeLand Steam Laundry
Association) Coast Lino pasenger train struck a a $30,000 plant, together with

-- .-.---- I truck in which they were riding ut a about 300( bundles of laundry were I
completely destroyed by fire which !
here toniirht. I
crossing near
:MACI'AIHIKN: ON FLORIDA)
started in the boiler room from A small I

Various Kloridn papers, huve, at times Stuart--"Martin ,grapefruit": ) will blaze this morning. It was tho only)/ I BUS TRIPS TO-
Indulged in shafts of criticism or disparagement I lie u citrus production in Martin county : laundry in Dl'Lan,1 and employed. :n

aimed ut Bl'rnardac: henceforth. 1'V.. :McCrary, fruitCroweI' workmen. \

faddon, who is the publisher of a wore has announced that he will Tallahassee-Advices to the Florid ,
of magazines as well as of a New name the output of a prizu tree for Railroad --
Commission from Interstate
Florida's chief executive, the "fath the I
York newspaper. :Mr. Macfadden's
Commerce Commission to the
unique and unusual niet'.iods: have been er" .of Martin county.
effect that the latter
body, on its ShoresI
responsible for thin attitude on the Davis
of St. Petersburg hugh !iron safe, own initative shortly will hold a hear
part some editors although The
unearthed ing on the matter of charges for refrigeration
relic of by-gone days was
a
Tribune haM found nothing !in bin car service fruits berries
Saturday. Excitement on ,
eer to warrant the hostility of either at Homosassa
and truck, while in transit from Flor.
when the safe was un. +
prevailed -- -
press or public. He is a man who has
Ida other southern
found In the -"jun. and states to
covered.(! It was
made outstanding in his
an SUCCORS I
chosen line of endeavor and his work gle1 section. It is. surmised that I U northern markets.SebringWorkmen. AT ST. AUGUSTINE
I I .
Confederacy.TampaConsiderable
contains records of the
for healthier and cleaner\ America this week started

surely should.! entitle him to the respect I damage to the the construction of Sebring's first

of his fellow-citizens, whatever maybe central modern steam laundry. A building
his incidcntial fad and foibles. vegetable crops throughout permit for a cement structure was in.
Certainly Floridians have reason tn Florida was caused by the heavy bureau sued last week by the city clerk. Operations Davis Shores at St. Augustine which is to be America's finest winter re-
weather /
the
last night
frosts ,
esteem Mr. :Macfadden, for his fre- are being carried out on a
quent kindly references to this stats here stated. The citrus crop is location at the junction of Maple and sort development! and the future home of thousands who demand the water

in his numerous Jluhli'lItiom.-and especially undamaged. and Atlantic streets. The buildingcost \
since the publication of his SlbrinlC-Hl'hrln ibeing- given i will be $2:>,000. and other sport and social attractions! as a place of year around residence,

recent editorial: in Sporting Life, in'' consideration by the Kast: Coast Council I '
which )111' unhesitatingly and unequivocally Boy Scouts of America, as the locution West Palm Beach-Hoyt Rosser, ,a* worthy of the consideration of those investors among our Florida peo-

declares, that Florid! is \ln' of a scout camp, (>. C. Sickletmertary 17, waiter in an all night resturant
to he the outdoor recreation center, of the chamber of commerce in Luke Worth was in Good Snmaii- pie, who appreciate the value of location and who know that D. P. Davis:

not only of this country, but of the! announced. tian hosptiul today suffcering from injuries
world. This editorial says: I[I received when an explosion Inn developments require no boom to either create or maintain values.

In the early days, the supreme hope Tampa-Disposal through sale ofgoods !gasoline stove hurled, him over the
of every Indian was to reach the Happy 'I consigned to receiver who have counter early: this morning. Physicianssaid Their gold bond locations, and the fineness and rapidity with which they

Hunting Ground. This "native,' been delinquent in unloading the ship.\ Hoyt was in a critical condition.
(ton" was the ideal sportsman, for he I ments was to he considered by thocitizens' are invariably made, mean quick enhancement and large profit to those with
never allowed anything to interfere f embargo relief\ committee nrnd'nton-The imrkod increase. of(

with his ""0't. Naturally, his. fondest this afternoon as a last resort to break the postal business in this city hm the foresight to invest with America's premier real estate developer.

dream would be of a place where hunt the existing freight jam. demanded increased facilities to such

ing, his favorite sport, could. bo pursued I an extent that Congressman Herbert There will be two bus trips from Starke next week, leaving from in front
without interruption n'l.and-Littl"> Bessie. Wynne, died J. Drnne has introduced a hill in tile

nut the sportsman, today) does tint (If suffocation today at the bottom of lower house of congress asking for I of Woman's Club at !seven a. m. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 23 and 26. For

have to wait no long to enjoy himself., a 20-( foot WI'llIt her homo place near. an appropriation of $100,000 for a new

Florida has become the sportland, of i, Orange City. How the little girl toppled building: for the Bra.lenton post ut' reservations to inspect' Davis Shores as guests, with no obligations otherwise -
into the abandoned shaft which fice.
the
world. Here every form of out- VIII
door sport can be found under the most I I was only ten inches in diameter remains phone Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, who will make provision.'

delightful! and advantageous circuni- a mystery.PalmettoFire. Lakl'land-John II. Rice, Lakeland,
tances. youth was elected president of the
which probably originated -
Baseball has IonIC Maimed Floridaas In a short-circuited electric Florida: state lIi-Y congress at the op.

!its own, for here' the climate In light wire destroyed! all but one building ening session here last night The
perfect for training throughout tho congress today went on record in fav. '
of the main business block of this 'I
entire year. Now football, in its In- I town early Saturday morning, breaking or of building a chapel at the statein I
fancy as a professional is also lustrinl school nt :Marionna.: Aobut I
gamp, out bhortly after one o'clock. The I I__
getting foothold there.Swimming 100 boys from Florida cities are attending
loss was estimated at $:>r.ooo. No insurance
has come into the public was carried! on the building tho congress' which will be in
eye in recent years, and<1 '! "session' until noon Saturday,!

international meets are being urrahg-I 1 Jllek"onville-F.dwnr,1, A. Staats, of Tallah'assoc
Five hundred and thir.
ed' for the inviting waters of 2."i31: Davidson!. avenue, New York City -
ty-one lawyers from twenty-nine
Polo, tennis, gait, and in fact, evpry'po.t was found dead in his bed in a roomIng -
states and! the District of Columbiawill
the winter house here today, with his throat
except games< of tho
north, are found under tho palms of cut A sharp knife was found nenr present themselves here before
the state board of bar examiners on
this delightful section of the country.So his hand nnd a coroner rendered n Farmers Attention !
:Monday( for the tests which will be
confident are the people, of Florida verdict, of suicide.TallahasseeTho. ,
the first bar examination of three to
in their state
us u sportsman'sparadise ,
city government i bo held this year. The next ones are
that millions
of dollars
. being arc here has just voted to purchase a in June and October. Several women
by them
spent muke
to their
modren automatic street sweeper ofn i i are included in the list of applicants.
dreams come true. about The TO THE FARMERS AND TRUCKERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY.I .
And, it Is well worth while givingthought type to cost $6,000. I I Hayes The office at Hayes
post
present machine will bo discontinuedin 1 have: in stock over 8,000 pounds of the following seeds, the varieties
to tho '
extraordinary bundled and shipped
opportunities was literally up
when the machine
service ar
offered! by Florida for an out new I back to Washington, with a note from the buyers and shippers want.
door life. Through the entire year rives. the postmaster that he "didn't hare

you can be next to nature. The snow Tallahassee-Actual work on the I time to monkey with being II darned

and the wintry winds of the north are tag plant nt the Raiford penitentiary old postmaster," it was revealed hero CORN BEANS
never experienced in the southern part for the manufacture of motor I today. F. JI. Britt was appointed!
of the state, and! they are extremelyrare ve'.iiclo_ licenses for the comptroller'soffice postmaster hero and according pigeonholes
Truckers favorite for
I ( shipping) Tennessee Green Pod
I
even !in the northern section. will begin within the next few. boxes of stamps and other

There you can enjoy outdoor! gamesof days, it was announced today, following : equipment were shipped! to him, have 2,000 pounds. Early Red Valentine

every character throughout the the weekly! meeting of tho boardof 'along: with official notice of his ap Snow Flake (for shipping.) Henderson's Bush Lima .
winter. It is tlwtl'foreIn Ideal location commissioners of Mate institutions. I pointment.
for everybody who loves the I Diamond Joe (for shipping) Giant Stringless Green Pod

out-of-doors! and if your home shouM,! CIl'rlllollt--Tho six-months-old baby Clenrwater new waterway service Stowell's Evergreen( for shipping) 90 Day Velvet Beans

he located near the seashore the temperature of Rev. and Mrs. Walter' Itartsaw wqhurlll' linking Clearwater, St. Petersburg Red Cob White Dent (field corn).
death here this after- Bradenton, Palmetto, Sarasota
Is usually comfortable even to near I
during! the summer months. noon when the tent in which the family anti Fort :Myers. with a regular scheiule Improved Golden Dent (field corn) PEAS

addition! to the above mentioned, was living was destroyed by fire. I of fast pasenger boats was announced -

ports, the state furnishes the best The mother had just gone to visit a here tonight by Hubert! Berg' POTATOES California Black Eye Peas

of fishing and hunting./ Tho vision la relative nearby, leaving the child in head of the new organization. Ten Sugar Crowder

broad!, for the future holds the possibility the tent alone. new boats of 30-pasengers capacityand Red Bliss Blue Goose Crowder
schedule of 25 knots in
/ of making this land! of enchantment a speed
tho sport center not only of Given Cove Springs-Sealskins, andsable hour, have been! ordered and! will be in Rose No. -I. Black Crowder
whole! are being hung up in the closetsof the service within a few weeks 'lie
but of the
our own country '
the fashionable! )i.otels here and /said.
world.
give way to summer frocks as! tho I' .

Influential After this utterance most complimentary, we trust that and the great: railroad trail--, ir.tinental station filled trains with pull families Into- HAMPTON 3 to 5 Varieties of the following:

Florida will feel more Prof. Law home. Entertains: Sunday
kindly disposed newspapers toward Mr.:: Mac-: of wealth from northern cities. I School Class. Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Cucum: her Tomatoes Okra, Pepper, etc.

fadden.-Tampa Tribune. l.el'lIburg-Xoticeahle progress: is Fb12.-I.Ast;:
I
Hampton, Friday
$00,000
being made on Loesburg's new
StuartNew school evening Prof. Lawhorne entertained
temporary
hill ll. The foundation has h..nl'ompl..ted
city I
of Stuart the intermediate class No. :2 of the
building opened, on grounds
high school.TO and materialize.half of the The first second floor Baptist Sunday School with a valen. More shipments of seed to arrive, including a large shipment of

beginning floor wil :be given over to offices, nu.ditorium I tine party nt the home of Mr. antiMrs. North Carolina peanuts. Can save you money and give you Immediate
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC I"MTRtlC.710S -
: E. C.
Harper.
Of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOKIDA etc., while the police and fire delivery from stock. See me.
I The reception rooms were decorated
of the
will use the most
w. the iinilMnliiiwd taxpayer. of ) reoniolldntpd departments with ferns narcissus and red hearts.
,
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.. .
school, district her*hy i .n ground! floor. i i
you to call an election l to d.Urmln/ whether Games were enjoyed during the evening -
or not our district shall b. bonded for '28.. Tallahas..ee-Ovl'r one million dollars I after which the guests were served

0011....110...n..far a tho uhool purpou building of acquiring and furnishing property more was in the state treasuryat ;i with fruit salad, cake and hot R. THEDELAWTEY
..m. with proper furnltar and ippiratiulH. the end of January 31 than the chocolate. R.

P.Signed.ai(J ;.. J. D; Baxt.rM. amount of December 31, acording: Those present were: Misses Wilma
P.: M.th.ny O A.. W.I-- green Dart? the monthly report made public here. I Alexander, Gertrude and Gladys All-

L.L. R.A. Galn.Brown? T. B I'inhnl.a. .r The treasury's balance on January good!, Jessie and Reba Williams and, FLORIDA

O. W./ HAMH E H, M.IL Hawnn. ".."n 31 was $8,014,393.49, compared with Natalie Marcionnny. Messrs. Ray Williams ,
A.T. Cn o..a A L. Crabs $7,552,224.47 December 31. Oland I'alnWilbul' Dennison -
J.R. C. Cons T:W. Mark.y and Marvin! Williams.Lamoreaux.Johnson.. '"THE TRUCKING CENTER"PAGE
V P A. Crosby
1. R. Mntt... John Shrive -d. 9i'B9l'S01t: <>11 JO- }}uuuJI!
J.R. 1.A..Shrivir Wee J. E. ClemonlE portioned by the department of public .
T Stuart A. l.i9-G'.S-IS.B. 9urr.n instruction to the various counties of :Mr. J. Gilbert Lamoreaux, of Tampa
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