Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00912
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00912
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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in Large Cities Help I'tiy : Mu-iHuns will gite Program; in Illicit i j lO.MiKKSSMAN (JKKKN: 'ti '- '\I'ticg.v ," the \\ 1111 Ill'" braiH-li mixed

'Ch4t Huge/ Itentala on Ever Increasing l'bo..1uditorlum Friday night IS (iOOtt ITUI.ICirYAJKX1' "I'J train had. on,, ...t'Ih,. ,passenger coiichenIn
Kealty Valued nf City I j o\ertlirn side In the ditch
February 2t>. ( :: FOK FI.OUIDV on it-t
Store Property |! Mini\ the cnnilunation baggage: coach

F.C'fSViLi'KNOW: 'lor :Music lovers of IStarko and surrounding Congressman tileeii, aside from carrying i> I In leave the rails :-;111111..111IInl'I'nllon.
vicinity wilt have un opportunity on its return trip.. The' accident: happened
; I the burden* of the state upon, ,
No Secret ,\blu't"th'; Relation! Of City I to hear the University of Floriln I II about two miles from Starke,
Location* to Overhead Costa I Glee Club assisted l>y the University I his shoulders in the congress, has IK-CM .. I niul nlt.houuh the car that went into

WhickT tit Cases Are Quartette, ami several soloists. doing sonic puolicity wi>rk for the : ..'. "j'I I the ,ditch earned. a dozen people, the
Assessments Directly in a concert to morrow night lit the stale of Florida ami Ins ihurth in .: ":\ passengers escaped serious injury.

AgainM. The hinh.: schol auditorium. i I Maryland according to it report reaching The wrecker armed on t the sceneSunday
The Director. Prof. J. S. Uiu>iu>, liasde Gainesville. The following ".. "
extract '..
Goods., ,".'.'''" : morning and placed; the wrecked
\ ttil much I time and effort to the from the, KockvillMd.(: .) Independent :. nir back on I the raiN A weak

"Twenty-nine step from the high- training of the club and! the result i.* of January 13: ,". place in the roiulbcd was >ri\cn as the

lent districts." gratifying everyone who has tho "Fellowship night; at tho Ilnpti ", cause for I the 'accident.A .
This identical fclogan ia well known opportunity of hearing tbu club sing. church, under theuu.ipices nf the; Y.M. .. --.'
to readers of the display advertisements :Much time has been spent. in Delecting : II. C.. "proved' successful from '" I'KKSONAI.(: : ALL FOK HKI.I

in the papers published in a I from the many candidates the thirty every standpoint. The audience, wu.' .
certain large city in this country. In II best voices which compose thy club large unci a|>|>rccitti\o which seemedto :March 1st to l:th inclusive is the timo'

substance it la well known to the I and in training tho ones selected until render the two grenl speaker. ..iftht the civic committee of the Woman's
readers of the advertiaementa in any ( the club is the equal of any in the evening immune to failure. Clifford r:. (Club IH asking you to assist in a gen.eral .

large city, because the closer a store( South. ISerryman, nationally known "clean-up campaign"; by taking/
is to the center of congestion in that General John J. Pernhln recently I! It is hoped that the people of Starke I I cartoonist charmed! all with bin chart 1 Mid Katherlno Wlllliinm, 19. ni < mi inventory today of your ..wn-n.t
city, the greater ia its overhead. | returned to Washington from. his will by their attendance show. I their talks about great men lie has known i rvntly wan rlinmtn TIHHII"nf I'''- "> I. your neighbors. premises.
lone assignment a* nibiuaior ot the Orleans 1920 Mai ill iron rum Taken inversley, it is alxo true that TIl.... \ I.." "1"011'''. loyalty to the State University. If the through the years in Washington."Congressman | Have you a useless, uimttructivaout
1'attendance justifies it, other University house old fenc
8S he site ia at dome distance from Hubert A. Green of or n dclapidaled
I '----- -- -- productions! will be brought to \\ INTKI: : VISITOR I )I.1KKS down ? U
; I that could be taken them
that center, the lower is its overhead, .
. . Florida, was received with great in.tercst
other things being equal. .1 Starke and the people here will enjoy i THIS !SECTION FLORIDAi it heap of trash and debris in soma
is 'thinking
The rule works out with such exnctness } TO THE CITIZENS OF STAKKE the same program as the other towns 'i (Florida as,' and everyone to hear this now natIve ion I nook or corner of your yard that could
The club wil be heard in Jackson- Please allow through the columns be .
that the rise or fall in thia mo haulrd! away thereby rcndorlnif
breath from
'talk )o'lori" WIIH to get u
overhead can be calculated with every I The first week in March has. : villo on !March 12 in two performances | the mngnolias' themselves. Mr. Green of your paper to state that :Mrs. your ,premises more tidy ?

pace of that distance, as the adver. : been designated by the civic organization .1|: one at the Duval Theater and the oth. > looks the part of an orutor and more Stevens and.1 myself' have spent nix- Are weeds, leaves, trash and tin
of our town aa cleanup the radio from the- WJAX teen winters in the Southland., Eleven
tiser mentioned in the foregoing; has er over than lives to his looks, Floridu. for cans. here and then- around your door'
demonstrated. I week. The town council has I( station. The following day the club up in North Carolina and five in Florida. I that ilrtruct from thu of
is the place when* u plum line, appearance
; him
agreed to at the service of 1 I
crowded put will sing in Tallahassee at the State and have gained a'I'I'Y good knowledge
Where many persona are direct from Paradise, wnulil full. It your home and endanger the health\
ia forced said organization all the forces of Collepre for women. Tho following (Is of the Southern people. What .
together, the cost of living i hut art nf your' family ? After removing all
.1 is not cmly u "place un a "philosophy
{ the town in helping said cleanup brief outline of the ; as to impresses' us most IH hospitality.
up as a result. The greater; the congestion a program 11 n atmosphere and u poem.He your the unsightly objects possible, will
'* ; the higher the coat. To relieve work.It I, be given.Do: knows that while in the fast. immigration It Is MO prominent with you people, you not help brighten and. maku our
thia congestion and make it possible is hoped that every citizen .1''I Coppah Moon, which Is listed has west, from now 'and has been for Kencratinns' I that it town look more .prosperous by as fur

!! for the man with moderate income will aid in this cleanup campaign among the sublime harmonic pongs it will south gone till Florida. will be has coinu to be known as the """ul h us you can repairing painting und
by doing all that is necessary to spiritual pieces. The blending of the on KO ern hospitality."
to live in comfort and to provide bounded the north l I.y thu northpole. repainting all\ buildings anil fences in
for hill family adequately, there | put his premises in excellent con voices in this song has the appropriateposition on' lii our four months stay in your possession, ?
the south by the southernjcrims
U centrifugal movement in every I i dition. of coming first on tho program 1111 i city this winter, you' have inail. :ymll'l
a nn the east l hy tho rising nun Will you beautify your nrounds" by
large city from the downtown section Said organizations, accompanied and the rendition as given will | feel ( bat t this hospitality" is '''.''''
mid on the went by the judgement day.In planting decorative\ and everygreenMhrulm
by the health officer marshal tho hearers with the feeling by in double U 1'1'V,'
to the suburbs. On a large scale, but enwrap | you people. 111< 118
fact th, > best proof of what (lion. ,palms and flowers and niako
end there ia the move and mayor will inspect all premises of which it conveys. Such will hi the ;: < 111I1I1t'n.h..1 all nf our churches and |
for the ,
same Hobt. (ireen. did, is in this result of his your house more cheerful and homelike
to c.untry-"bdcl( to at close of said week and results that will follow with nil nf the. .the cordial spirit.. manifested to us ini
the ment farm from" or city to the small town. make published report of conditions. pieces a* given by tile Glee Club for ""mllrk.-u large number have already I lull is. it spirit worth emulating and if | to you anil your friends ami your
/ expressed the desire that upon 'I town more attractive! to the strangerwbo
Damage In Averted the entire selections are of such to Stnrke bad no "lhl'l'l..al.t than Ihi.1:
The balance ia restored by the time C. U PEEK :Mayor.CHAMUKK | give the music lovers tho touch that tho adjournment of congress, we hirea | spirit; of hospitality\' it would .bo Htiflfielent come in our niulst or pins
'special'' imd 'lei's look up' I/e* In through on |b>> highways ?:
the movement is continued for some . . they are longing; to receive that comes to coinineiiil. your' city to any
FI"rillt.11': Green will always ho
/ : Do vacant lot within
own a
time from the big city to, say, tarke.It from out of tho music world.. noitbern' tourist seeking u winterhome. you
welcome llockville. in : --- Hint ? If
the limits unsightly
city is
is like a lightning rod that draws The second number on program "
from the clouds, the charge of hiirh; MET LAST '1IIl.It U.H is one that everyone will bt looking ---- -.._--- We very cordially invite you nil to HO, please. give it some. attention during
forward hearing. :Mr. :Murphreo runic to. Vermont the coming KUinnivtr' rlciiti-iip week and see bow pretty
voltage and so keeps the storm cloud< to Jl' )JaI.Olifi( : : UKPOKIF.D ;
from storing up a force that might The regular Weekly;: meeting of the will give u selection on the pinno. ami and. sen (:Soil's country, in the (rood, old you can niako it.
hurl a bolt earthward and wreak great Starko chamber of commerce was held needless to sny his talent in this respect :MOVING: TO
destruction.It last week at the office of D. E. Knight has won for him u state wido I before you arrive, so we can tell our lonnmtlce, | lu< town has been .divided.
Gainesville; Sun of Fell. 22ndcurried !
costs a huge sum to run a store being attended by twelve citiens. The reputation, or even to he more truth I >, the, uiinniiiicfliieiit: ( people you" are coining; mid prepare'them ill four sections nnd will take a section
on a desirable downtown corner in constitution and by-laws were taken ful a fur .reaching renown extending! following / > so I they will be nlile to 1'1'1'1"1'0.I.t. at a time.Til .
.Judge A. V. )Long, former resident
B large city, and the coat for the extra up and referred back to the committee ', outside of thestate.. !\Murphree is 'of' Starke, making a bis home." in that .. in some" degree this. "southern ,! city council has .pledged its sup.
charge !is assessed upon every per for revision and report at next the University organist One who is able within months i hospitality. port in every way /postiiblu in this
son buying goods there. The Bite on meeting. I to play that wonderful ney $!0,0)0() city the coming : j Mr. and :Mrs. "'. G. I"tt'V'IUI.axt"n'H caiii|"aiirn and now will you put fortlv
the Universityauditorium 0'V.. r Long, judge; of I the 8th judicial Fiiver, VI'I'I11UIlt.c'ol'xn' .
which tho famous Flatiron building i.i Plans for get-together meeting and organ now installed in your TuMi-ft effort to maku this areal
New York is located is a good example I banquet for citizens of the town were must possess music. ability circuit of Florida. in which this Jljuws; ContTWalter I "ilean-up", week by having all
of this. Everybody wants that made and a committee appointed to ; which will thrill all of those who will county IH included, \\ IIIII0V" to trash and rubbish ready by ptiiclnif

corner, and the competition for its arrange for speakers and refreshmenta. be able to hear him play. Gainesville within the next few f'olcinan, concealed weapons; I it conveniently fur hauling.We .
possession has raised the proce to a | What source of music could be more months, according to an imnounccI found" not guilty.Alex will have man un.lt'ulII. furnished -
ment by the Highlands. l Itcalty and
fabulous sum. In the same way many, in the local body soothing, and satisfying than to hurl I Jones, having pistol in possession by city, to haul in your section on.the
a store site in a big city is inflated in and! extensive is growing plans are under way for j en to the combination of four vul e... I )Development, company who solil! th"judge I ; ,plead, not iruitly. Verdict ofiruilty I,I above ""I... You, comply with
1I"t which to liuil.l resi-
price until it is assessed several times advertising the town, committees Such will he the results on the third { ; on a returned; $10 und ,costs or :all< t these" reiuests| will be .petaoinnii.iu

its real value, but taxes must bo paid from both the chamber of commerce number of the program an iriven by j I dence here. days. I,|: these requests and you will be proud
and all. Every i the Uni\ersity Quartette. Their selections Judge, Long now ,reside* in I'a- will
on it, inflated value ami tho town council to devise the 'a/or Fnnttoy embezzlement ; pleinluuilly. ,der I of your town and yum town
dollar's worth of Roods: sold must pay and of most effectively I will consist of familiar piece.-., I latka but finds that the center of hi* Fined $1 and routs or ill) ..IIIY4'1 be .prouder. of y"".
tribute toward those taxes. ways means advantages and mixed with the ht'moroiis sonir- iiidiinil/ activities lire in Geainesville. ; I'M.; Roberts, concealed, ; Signed
And you-people of Starke are helping advertising, of this section resources and Starke and in | ( Continued on paire 8.) I' _Gainesville. Sun.Ford's plead" not lIilty.'I'r.lil'f of guilty;! returned : :Mrs. I I" A. llavm, dim.Mrs. .

to pay thia tribute cvcrytimc you particular. .; $ 1f"1 and costs or four months..Alex : A, /. Ailliins.Mrs. .

buy at such a store. I'' Attend the regular meetings each Jenkins. coriceiileil. weapons; : T. J. Griffin.Mrs. .
But higher taxes aren't all that week of this body 8 o'clock each 1 plead I not guilty. Verdict of guilty : I II. l I.. HnyniM.Civiim .
your money is wasted for. There ill' Thursday evening, at the city hall. Airmail Service Starts returned; $ifill nnd cowls. or. .1 I mu,1, h.. ""111. Woman's" Club.Mrs. .
the higher rent. The owner ot the ] 11.-1.: :MulpaH, operating, motor ve-, : J. II. \Kiti h, president,
property, who is asRcnsed this high "frills." Call it style, or anything i hide without license; plead, guilty. 41 Woman's Club.lll'SINKSS .

tax, has moro money invested! than' j i, else you like-these things are all 1 and costs or ao> dayx --- -.
the man in the next block further uptown j,'non-essentials. They don't give full 1 Warrant.* Issued : I:oi : AND: PUOCItAMMKKTIMJ.OF !

and he wants his interest back' value for your money. When you Abo Cowart, operating' motor veh' : : : : W !M. H.

on that investment. He screws up go to the man wearing a blue coat .1.! on rim on stjito hlxhway. Cnwurtp I -

the rent in a direct ratio. I I j with brats buttons, bearing a ribbon I .HI*.'I bond nf $10 with Deputy John- The business. nnd proj/rniTi, rncutinKof
Thickly Built District { across his chest marked "Information .>n of Hampton who made the arrest the W. :M. S. of the. ItapUHt. church,
The district U thickly! built up. ," Just to find out where the but diil. not appear for trial. Cireum.'nnres i I was held :Monday afternoon. at tho

Story upon story are added ti> each "lingerie" department is, you do so in the ell HI! led County JmliiGardiner > home of :Mrs.\ ,1. "C. 1 Robinson, with

building until they constitute u wilderneaa with a proprietary feeling, but you to issue j\ warrant for his I wenty-two. member*, and. onn. new

of sl<)'8crapera. The fire hazard 'I pay for it before you Il'uYou help arr-'it, instead of allowing Oiwnrtto member in attendance.Mrs. .

increases: with every floor. InsurnTic I pay the salary of the floorwalked with forfeit the bond..To : \\'. J. Kppersun: the ,president. ,

rate?' soar with the high cost the blond pompadour, of the demon- Kvert; conceali'ii' weapons.. -...ik the chair and conducted,,. tho dov-.
of everything else. 1 stratnr" of the latest !beauty cream -- -- -- -- votl"nllllln.1. business. :Many Itemt ofInl'r."t
1'01.011.\110 TKKASl'ltKItItlJYH' : ;
Other items of this sort nuxht be of the white-apronlaUl'n.lnnt in thoI to u'l' present. were broughtup.
added! almost indefinitely, for all of I "rest" room, of the cash girl of the HIiMK: JN I.\\\ IF.Yr.iwtey : The treasurer and personal service "

which Starke shoppers must help to force of "tore policemen and,! plain ,, Feb. J IK.-Confirmation ..f 1 chairman, ,each '.;IIV". intcrestintfreports
their detectives of the credit de- of work done during thu paitmi.nth.
pny when.they take patronage ilothes th ule of thn I'r. n. W. ISrown propin -
from Starke n\erchalltB-where it belongs I i part men t that decides who shall run ". Lawtey to W. D. :MeCinnis.aii' .
-and carry it to the distant ,,1\ bill (and when an error of judgment treasurer of Colonulo has been Tho missionary topic for the after*

Is made you help muke it good. ) "|M.d.The. noon was "The Whitening Field, ofJapan.
city.All the stores in the city are not Receipted Bills Tell. property Includes the home tDr ." :Many tuples nf interest concerning

like tho one described in the fore ::, Compared with Starke goods! and Brown and eighty acres of farmland this gruut republic were dUcusscil. -

going.! Some are like the stores in P'nrke prices you can't buy economically and i is consiilcroi some of tho most especially was tho great
Starke, where honest price* ore charged in the city, let alone "at a bar- best property in thin vicinity. The need of spreading. the Gospel" ) in thlt

where you get: 100 per cent in 1 aain." It is impossible. And, figuricr into price, it Is xtateil, was approximately country, brought out.After .
value and in service for every cent In fare hotel bills nnd your time, I $2">,00') for. the Brown home tho program WOK finished, tho.
you spend here. But you don't go to i i totals will show n big loss every Ii an.J farm which lies t ,ann the WOMC.I enj"y..1'ery enjoyublu) ?<(>
those when a shopping i II cinl half hour during which the hos.!
stores you go! on I !MI highway and ia excellent trucking
expedition to the city, because I I ;' i se are not wild atatements.I I land. tens assisted by Miss. Ethel Griffin.

they are in the outlying sections, They are sustained by your own receipted ,I It ia understood that M r. McGinnisuill served u delicious salad, course, con.

where conditions are more like those bilU. Further reasons why I > make his winter homo at Lawtey ',sixting of fro/.cn fruit salad saltine

in your homo town. j you should supply your needs at your Postmaster Kellogg of Detroit handing, and will prohnbly subdivide. a portionof and hot chocolate.
Bulked in "Overhear" I I home town stores if you want to cut : The above photograph (hows the first mall be. for shipment ov.r the.' the land which lies in the city lim The next meeting will be held MurcURth :

You go to the store downtown, your living costs will be presented Henry Ford Ford auto airmail manufacturer.rout* from Detroit u> Cleveland O. it. at the. home of :Mrs. S. M. Cox.iBrabfnrb .

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I Bradford High School Journal il. :i flushed called a and taxicab disturbed! ; when; outfit they wore hot I.I.i

One w/io ForctoM ; seated he said disconnectedly:

g = = I "I suppose It's useless to otter ad-
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vice to any woman but I beg of I
fl El'fiFVB: "MATTHEWS HAMMY IIn".nEowP;" GRIFFIN WILLIAM !>l'\r *J fri;
K Billur-la-ChUI A_ocl... k.diitr AlkUUe Miter I Jot* E ey AYRESBEGIS you, II!,aD M .rraby ."
___ __ I "Don't." said Nan with a pale n
v rn I take advice and not try to smile. "It's no UA."
HERE you'll- my
I lie !I.!, her alone and they drove ..
NAN MARRABY and JOAN EV. see Mm for the present" he added the rest of the way In silence. '"
I' II. s. BimkW t ( DICOTT are sharing a small London I few months be the hotel
>t >f 1 I apartment> while earnestly. "In a But when they not to
PETER: LYSTErt.: Nan's betrothed, may be all right-the "rS257Sp SP52SP.c2SZ52sZS2S2.S252SaSr and TIM END1COTT, Jonn' husband ." him; she seemed to Le walking in a ,
of less than three years, art every hope dream.
fct the front In France said
"Oh Is It as bad as
understand that in a certain [}! It la now six week sine tan received Once he turned to her-
school a senior who was exemptedfrom word of Peter'a1 ,emt>v... f> abase Nan; her voice WWI wrung with angulan. "You mean to go on?" he asked -
i hospital' seriously %\'"uiit1"(], ,
exumes, five yuan ago has returned The strain and worry of thou first curtly.
to school having receoveredfrom Sew weeks baa been lifted somewhat 'I spoke to him of you as soon a* She nodded; she could not peak.
the school shock. I by encouraging reports from he was better," Arnott answered re "Please wait a moment then,
II the honpltal' and while I find him"
I LIEUT. JOHN ARNOTT. w'lO has luctantly. "I did ..11\ could-but it
i Thllma-My Grade Is thirteen andyou've now come In person to the mall only upset him and made him angry Ho left her standing In the
I}! I G GSS London apartment. Arnott U healtant and the doctors und nurses both Insisted lounge; there were a good ma.iy poo-
given me In explaining- the reason far I". that I should let him alone. I pie about-most of them men In uni
Toa..hl'r-I thought perhaps call. Nan although fearing the answer
I you I. (i demands to Know whether the told him he ought to write to you form.It I
szr 2szszszs2c2szs were superstitious. ?SZS7RC7S7S7SS7S7e7C7; reports aha received. were true I wild that when a girl was engaged teemed a lifetime to Nan till he

: cnth grade. The NOW GO ON WITH TIlE STORYARNOTT to a fellow she naturally worried if returned; he avoided looking at her.
HOT LUNCHES FORSCHOOL We know freshman dumb program was carried
a so raised his troubled he-K the fellow got hurt ," he "Lyiter 1* In the I'eadlngroom." he I
CIIILDKK.N; :: that he thinks the funny little squares I out as follows: pale face for moment.eyes tumbled. on blunderingly old; he paused. "Mis Marraby. I

(! on popular music for the banjo part, I Sung-All grammar gradeH.Washington's ._that U quite true a he said; -You mean." said Nan "that he beg of you ."
: ; cross-word, for the tired Rules of Conduct. has been well to write to la alone-the reading-
We think there should be a lunch I are puzzles: "but-but he has had e bad hock. I enough me Xyster not I
room connected with every public I'I pianist. Pupils representing colonial char dare say you've heard of such cases

school so the pupils who live in the I I I acters. -and I thought thought before
have 'I Station B. II. S., broadcasting, the Declaration; Wnashington George you see him-"
country opportunity
may "Side-walk Sirens," :Misses Virginia : Inman. Nan took a step forward.
get a hot and nourishing meal ut a j i Weeks, Florence and Elizabeth An Essay::: Life of WashingtonMiltonBrownlee. "Before I see him! Where Is he.

reasonable price. I I drews Ruth Sternberg, Hazel Mid- then?"
Many times pupils bring a lunch I For an Instant he seemed to hesitate
dleton Harriet Hitch and :Mary Cu- Columbia-All grades.
to school thut dues not contain the ; then abruptly:
| nova, will now sing "Brounize Wire The Colonial characters were: William "II la here-lo London-we
proper amount of nourishment and ( Ubblu." i Pen, Glenn McMillan; John Hancock crossed last night."

have to eat it day after day. Finally I Merrill Struth; Henry Clay, Bil. "n.ret"! I tiff
their digestive organs will get out of | Miss Matthews-Give an Illustration ly Graham; Molly Pitcher Alice For- All the blood In Nan's body Deemed. j\\Ig 1

order and tho pupil becomes dull and showing the difference between nandez; Patrick Henry Glenn Wood to ruin In an overwhelming flood to
unable and ; her heart) she caught at a chair
are to think clearly. i present past history. Mrs. Nathaniel Green, Delia William.son \
I' back to steady herself." \
Lucille Johns-A father used to
Once in small school
a city the Thomas
; Jefferson, Tommy Williams
Here-In London! Peter! This
teachers in the luwer whip his son with a buggy whip but
grades begun to ; Andrew Jackson William then won why he had seemed so neur
notice that certain pupils who at the j now he uses an auto crunk. Brown; ;Mary Washington; Daisy to bar all day-why she had felt In

beginning school looked healthy and ,' Stranger-Can you prove that Florida's Tompkins; Alexander Hamilton Jas.. some mysterious fashion that she
always stood at the head of the class ? Richurd Wainwright; Betsy Rom, wan soon to see him.
climate is warm "Oh!" she mid softly.
began to grow pale and to lose!' Georginnu Ponder James Madison. .
Clevy-Sure, I'll show you one of i ; Arnott frowned. ,
weight. They begun to drop lower in our girl's basket ball suits. I I George Inmun; John ;Marshall Elmo "I'm alrald I'm a rotten hand at I j II

their classes till finally they were ut I IItfJ Struth; John Paul Jones, Charles .I explaining thing," he mild Jerkily.
the very bottom and it seemed Im- 'OHTS FROM: GRADES I I[ Fields; Lydia Cone Rachael Silcox; "I-I hope you'll forgive me if what

possible to wako them up.) Richard Lee Henry Silcox; AnnaHutl'hinson. I'm going to say hurt you but-but I / I
Second Grade -he'. changed.. deal since {
The teachers Onella King Abe LincolnL. / you I
finally investigatedand ; I .
him, /
saw Miss Marraby. Hehelie -
found that the children although We are working hard this. month to M. Crsw; Mary Todd Thelma Cain; stopped and ran a hand nervouslyover a I
most of them make the honor roll as our teacher John Adams Milton Brownlee
were getting plenty to ; Mary his cropped head. "The fact is-
eat, were not eating the things they ;, has promised us something. nice-ulHO Curtlss, Haiti Adkins Martha Washington he can't remember anything that has

should. Tho teachers then called a those that have been sick will be Murriell Silcox. happened In the pout. It's wiped

meeting of all thu mothers in the community I included. {j The music for this occasion was furnished -1 out-clean: forgotten."
and told them the situation Leslie Kiggs!' has returned to school by Miss Ethel Griffin. Nan did not answer. She stored at l
after being absent !because of sick ... him not undvratamllng. Joan raised
and asked their
support to help better I f!
j I THOMAS: A. EDISON herself a little In the big chair and
those conditions.The .
ness.We leaned forward. .11
served lust week on sewingcurds ,
president of the woman's club boxes animals The following biogruhy of Edison: "You don't mean that he's-mad?" I
making ,, baskets
wan present! and said the club would and I was selected as one of the best from I ahe asked In a horrified whisper -
bow and
autos, arrows "
"Good heavens no! Arnott
small lunch the fifth grade an.
put tho
u :
up room on
other things which we placed I I wered. "To
many appearance-to any
school ground and would serve hot Thomas Alva Edison was born in R
on display for a week. I one who did not know him he would!
lunches: every day ut a price everyone ---- aThird -- ;Milan, Ohio, in 1817. lie received most seem the same. any other man, but
could uttonl. Thu school board' Crude; of his education from his mother and I be Isn't-everything that happenedIn

let them have one of the vacant schoolrooms The pupils of the Third grade gave by his own hard study. When he was! hU life before he was woundedbe

and noon every one was able their teacher a surprise last week. twelve years old he hud a position I Ot has forgotten. Physically he's a. "You mean to go on?" lie asked curtly.
to get u hot lunch day. as! newsboy on the Grand Trunk Rail a* ever-the actual wound was
every i
I! Many nice presents and fruits were nothing; It.s the hock that ha* had -for some time?" I;
The next the school board I road.i ij
year seeing received. Such bad consequencesHe looked "All the time" said Arnott.
how the lunch room was helping i 1 Miss Olive Ray has lent us the flat j i He learned telegraphy from a st.i- .I again at Nan. "lie and I were great realized that It was better to tell I

the school had an extra room built for made by tho great-grand, daughter of i tion master Michigan.; When ho friends. Perhaps: he spoke to you of the truth. "He was only : !

a lunch room and took over the man. Betsy Ross. We are enjoying it very was eighteen years of age he got his i' me. At any rat, he often spoke tome wounded in the arm. .But for

aKenst' 'nt. Other school seeing how i much. first position as telegrapher. Me went of you, and that I* why I am shock, and loss of memory, be I
necessary it was and how successful j j to Boston to work and became known her*. Ills Marraby he-be do m'tremember have been about again In a

it had proved established lunch rooms Fifth Grade as a quick! and careful telegrapher lie is engaged:you-) he to doesn't know that days." He rn.de. little
:you-or that heaver despair
and they proved successfully in every i I V..ntiHt.-WeIl. young man we'll'i I When Edison was at Boston he invented was." that he thought did)tILe my world best-of I I

WilY. !j have to take the nerve out of the the electrical vote recorder i I II "Not remember met Why how ab- before-I told him that ho *
I, When he left Boston he went to New surd)" Nan cried and the silence foil .
If these conditions exist in other tooth. I II I Ij |I : that ha wa an
schools. surely they exist in Sturke j Young man-(Getting up to leave York. He kept on inventing new and ..gain.J" gaged man. and and ho said .
better of using uon'l Understand aha said "Yea; said Nan, a* bo
ways electricity. topped.
the Well I'll have to leave the
school and why can't we like other room) learly. "You that
j Among his most Inventions I say Peter does "Ho ilafdAraott. answered
schools. wake up und do something fo room because I'm too tender-hearted important not remember me. Ob, but that I* low nIce, that I was talking
help our school und thus help our ,|: to watch that operation. I ure the electric light the phonograph tu* poulblel At least.-he has only blab-that bo baft never. meta ,
community ? i I tho street car, and the moving picture gee to Bee me. urely. ." man In all fib life that be could
I Mother-Johnny, I put two apples machine. J .. to*>..d away from the strain In for-let alone-marryr.
There is/ no reason why wu can't'have I ....
in the closet this morning now Annie Varnen.AL.UJIUA. .
.W A little gray tinge Memed. lo J
lunch in Starke. hart "
a good room there is! only one )How do you account -* yen he MUuflly. Over Nan faces oho tamed .
There is two |urge rooms in the buill-j lot that j DEFEATS STAItKC '..t-tll'etll' saw you now. MIl! walked to the flrcplac: one 'r'I

ing that lire not being. used so why Johnny Well it so'I at CM* rvtrent. he would probably I to** bond on too edge o( tILe
you see was l Friday afternoon Feb. 19 both the tress pan \if you bad never mM to
I ,
not\ rut thvin to u (food u"". dark III the closet I couldn't see the ./ .wawnrea." naatetohekf'aa if to steady h
and basketball
boys girls teams
elf. sad) tot moment thorn ...
With the problem o{ a room already! other one. j i ed the Aluchun teams at Alachun. ..,i*cc,.*,ae.thaw. l&ataat she oiled Nan out stood. -I lID doII"tI& a tracts oOenoo, hn she said
solved over half the problem's Bolv..d'i The boys ended in of I
game a score
have ir.'tv cruel
The grade Is glad; / to a new a Joke WraJit
and with u capital of about ), pupil Louise ;Mnrcott! from Lake eighteen to six in favor of the Ala- e* W UU to hart to And" ) JOG say bo to In
dollars find about six women who refilling chua team. The girls game resulted ." > controlled herself with anatfs now?

to use part of their spare time'' Worth Fin. in a score of forty-two to two in fav- ..'... 1 beg -your pardon" ahe "r_-w* stayed at the .
doing something to help the .school Monday, Feburuy 22, being Wash!' or of the Alachun team. wont "But-but oh. I last night.-I left him there this !
Starke could have n lunch room in ington's birthday, the fifth grade -- eant 'e iI. If* truel Why-why' nine to come here" :

the school that would bu u real challenge made very pretty booklets to decor-1 I HAMI'TONHampton : wo """'.* O4> engaged the day he n'Wlll you take me to him

to other schools. ate the looms. These are in the shape j, wrist awq we were both must go-juat once" she *ald.'Perhaps .

I1 a shield, and each has u short biography Feb. 20.-Mrs. F. A. coonttss tat hour till be would I may bring Peter
Thelmu Sullivan. I of Washington written and Scott of Starke, has recently been the same hseke. Her voice was hoarse me!" She looked at Arnott with
steer. WIMP of color had left her fiant e-e. "Doctor are not
I placed Inside of it.Very guest of her brother L. J. Wynn.Mr. .
sltw "
t NEW PLAY a deter a* they think. she ;
I t pretty posters were also made und Mrs. F. C. Gould, and children Aimott turn a_ : him. the held her howl high" .ns ,

Work has been-started on our new by the !grade during art periods. ThepOBt..rs Arthur I. Gould and Mrs. W A. hop with all my heart th.t.wtlltlnmfIJHl Ml the little Hut' ; Arnoit look I (
|1 of trees who have been making tour
huve branch cherry May a
play "Always in Trouble," or "Theiloodooed a ..-. il,iNI d'' :.imiiro"H"i'iiii'if"', ''" .
; :
Coon" the cast hut! been selected with two clusters of ripe, red, cherries I in South Florida, returned to their .- : : "Ti!!:!!II"'II'I"II.} ;;. '' "' ... : !: ( I I j

and the parts have been copied.. ut the top. Below is Feb. 22nd.po"t..d home here last Sunday. n_____ .
on with letters and figures Miss Kleree Hardin, who hus Leer --
held In the -- -
The first practice was
auditorium Monday afternoon and which were cut out by pupils. I the guest of friends and relatives here MixHeu Gladys; und Gertrude All- of rcultives and friends. BRADFORD

be returned to her home in Jacksonville good, luiii ut then guest last >atuiilav '- ) Our school closed here Friday after -
from all appl.urum.ell it is going to
given at B. II. Eighth: Grade this week. :Mis.lieumh Sihilluy, of \ruhlo.I I u sticcenKtul term taught by Mrs.( Bradford. Feb. 26.-Miss Louise
u S."knock-out have habit as of being. Our class. had n debate lust Friday Miss Jeanette Durden of Tampa is Mrs I I 11 I. I F. Chestter hus recently h..'- i B. MvGriuler of Hampton Cook and ;Mr. James Petty of Jacksonville -

-u -.- -- -the question debated was : Resolved here this week the guest of her cousin turned to lies home lieie. from JacKaomille. J. L. Wynn and daughter !Miss were tho guests of :Miss Lucille -

HEI'OlirS nU) 1 ORGANIZATIONS(. "That Capital Punishment Should be A. A. Durden. where she has been the guest I Lossie Lunar) Thomas and Cleo, H.irrell :Monday afternoon.Mr. .

Abolished." The sides Wl're114 followers Elder J. P. Haner filled his regular of her brother, Aloiuo Durilen.' j Thomas, were visitors to Graham Sat Malcolm

Club : appointment as pastor of the First ;Mr. 11(1ll's.. S. U. Trice are spendIng I urday. Gainesville Harrell motored to

Etiquette Affirmative, Wilma Fduwrds: Theo Christian church here last Sunday this week, with friends in Trenton i 1 ;Messrs. E. D. Jones, Hob Warr..n.and Monday
At our last meeting we at Joro Young Iris Brown; Negative' morning and evening/ Lewis Parrish and! :Misses Ethel l ).Ir, mid Mrs. C. J. Crews were the

for our program to be given Estelle Kendrick Paul Knight, \Lelirf Both moring and evening services -- -. -- Varnes. Lucille Moore ;Mamie Hall, guest of friends. anti relatives in
assembly week after next and decided l- S\MP IN: CITYE.
I). Amlrews. were very interesting as well as help and :Myra Vnrnes motored to Starke Brooker Sunday.
on- ? Well just nurse your curi- Our judges were taken from the ful to the eager listeners. I i Sunday afternoon. ;Mini Ohio Hague was a visitor to
I D. Jones, of Waldo Su,
and wait and see. We also! learned spent i- __ _
M>ty I Bro..k..r
tenth grade. They decided in favor P. J. Pearce was the guest of J. F!, day here with friends and relatives. _- Saturday afternoon.
something new in etiquette at I I i I THERESSA !Mr. and Mrs. M. L. and ba.
when cherries with seeds In of the negative. Toney, of Lake City lust Sunday j Mrs. Jim Varnes and :'o1i11IIyr"; Harell

them always eating take the seeds out of the At the last club day, Feb., 19, the Mrs.. J. C. Caldwell who was called 1 'j I Varne, of Starke attended church |I :Miss Julia Batten and brother Willie by friends of New River were the guests of
eighth grade attended the play giver to the bedside of her little niece cortz here Saturday exening. of Luke I and relatives here Sunday.
and themon i / Gpreva
mouth with a place spent Sunday
spoon by the seventh !grade. We enjoyed Douglas of :Macon Ga., returned to Met. dim Harris of Bell ls spend.
the edge' of the plate (don't swallow I A. K. Smith of Hawthorne wa a I here with their parents lots a few davs here with her brother
It much. her home here last Friday. ,
them.) very visitor here Monday. i H,,'. J. N. Ilajmnn, of Orange Allen
members have joined our Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo, E.lcKinney; and ;Miss Nellie Heights, filled his regular I Concrly.
Three soled appointment -
new James to John-Why have you last Monday with her :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sonJ.
club Joseph Thomas, William spent cousin, Dvnl, of Hampton were quietly married I| at the Baptist church Saturdayand
. they are: my shoes 7JohnDon't Mrs. A. A. McDonald.Mr. W., of Plant City were the guests
lln Sturke Their friendswish
and Owen Griffin. TtieMay. Sunday.CI .
Brownlee worry they are only of Mrs. Allen
and Mrs. Jasper Jones' and Conerly Friday after
for them all the
half soled. happiness >'de Hall and P. :M. Geiger were
Newspaper Club daughter, Mary Winfield of Crea..entCity through life. visitors to Starke Saturday. noon.Miss

Due to lack of time our parlamen- Teacher giving a lesson on creation were the guests of friends and i Mrs. L. Morgan and children of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Younblood spent ; Lucille Harrell and Jewell

tary play which was to have been In!! interrupted by Johnnie saying relatives here this week. 1 Starke spent the week-end here the Sunday with relatives at Putnam Hall. Conerly Eunice were the guests of Miss

given at last assembly was postponeduntil My father says we are descended Mr. Lewis Scott, of Georgia was guests of her sister, Mrs. W. II. Smifi. Hall-Jo>'ner. Hazen of Brooker, Sunday af-
tel'loon.Ir. .
last from the guest of his aunt :Mrs. J. M. I Mr. and ;Mrs. Raymond Brown of Mr.
next Wednesday, so our monkeys.! Clyde Hall of this place and ; and
meeting Friday Feb. 19 was spent In Teachl'r-.Johinni. your personal Maxwell this week.D. New River, spent Sunday here withrelatives. ;Miss! Laura Joyner of Ogeechee Ga., the Mrs. W. II. Harrell were
W. : of guests of friends and relatives in
going over our play once more before family affairs are of no Interest to the Theressa was a were quietly married in Starke Mon
giving it. class.: business visitor here last Saturday. I II I I Rev Crosby filled his regular ap. day afternoon February 15th. Mrs. Worthington Springs Sunday.
J. R. Colley, of the State Road Department Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ford of Jacksonville
j i I pointment here Saturday night and Hall has taught the past two terms of
AssemblyThe We have a new pupil to enter the spent the week-end with Sunday. school here and has made were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.\

assembly met Wednesday at eighth grade, Eva Marcotte. friends. here. :r Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, friends who are glad her marriage many W. H. Harrell ;Monday afternoon.

the usual hour. The school song was Our class is planning a play to be W. B. Hicks will fill his regular appointment {|!. spent Friday here visiting our school will not take her away from here. :Mr.' Mr. Ray Andrews, of Brooker, wasa

sung, and a way of paying/ some billy given in the auditorium Friday morn- at the Baptist church next Nirum Wynn of Graham, wa a Hall is the ion of :Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 visitor here last Friday.

was ili eu"....... Mr. Douling gave n inn:: at physical ed. period. I Sunday morning( and evening. visitor here Sunday. Hall of this place and is one of the Mr. Pitt Baxter, of Leeaburg was

talk on the benefits of student government | Mrs. M. L. Andrews and daughters W. J. Roberson, T. V. Williams andA. most highly respected men the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.. J. Crews
young I
and its success in other schools. Seventh Grade. :Miss Edna and Gladys all of Leei- K. Smith of Hawthorne, were vis.itors in the county. They have a host of Monday: afternoon.Mrs. .

The play prepared by the newspaper.| All the grammar grades were en. ',| burg, spent last Sunday and Monday to Starke Thursday afternoon.Bob friends in and throughout the : T. F. Arledg. of Jacksonville

club for this meeting was not given'' tertained, by a play in honor of Wash. I'i with Mrs. Andrews' parents, :Mr. and !! Warren and Lewis Parrish of 1 who will wish them a happy married county I was here Monday afternoon.

on account of lack of time. ington's birthday given by the sev- J I[ :Mrs. T. :M. Hagan. :' Palatka spent Sunday here the guest life. :Mr. J, E. Clemens, of Pine Hill, was

i a visitor here Monday."AroE .

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Three Cheers! III )


Mitchell's Drug Store Peek Realty Co. Less Money III

You cannot tell about quality by priivunlo.si
they serve the best --- :- you are ilointf luiinossitli! .urSodasSundaes
REAL ESTATEI'MMPROVEl honest!, reliable! stoiv. Fora<< $::3s;n suit wi-
ask: $:,u and for that price ;\'Oll'an buy I stand
:" ) FARM: LANDS: hamUomo garment, high i" quality, fine
material new in style! and one that will
HOT CHOCOLATE Improved Farms, Turpentine and Timber Lands, Residences in Starke, Ituildln; near.ISuy.
In town Lots for Home and Business, Lake Kingslcy Waterfront Ix>ts. nil :your clothes here and you'llahva
> .- get the UM for less.

P. S.nd Candy Too! J. M. Alvarez

IJexall: Anniversary Sale Now On. The :Store; Where ()lushly Ruler


When you tradeOVERSTREETS at

Mason ? '_
You are assured'! 1 of FOUR things

Work; (}U.I.ITYEH"ln: I
FULL :.MEASURE! For Sale -

: TRICES 7 Acres of good land, part well You will believe it if the ,
When want plastering bricklaying LO\Y : you see 1t 01'-
you or -
fenced. Fair house. 1 1.2 miles of
colors in Hats( Croats Writ
done, a house stuccoed, a conGroceriesFruitsVegetables! COIl new ,
crete walk put down or a foundation put Starke. $700.00; Terms.G.M.INMAN. I DressesDon't: bo the last 1 to have a

up.-and want it done well-it will pay Sprinjf: tUII\C-Col11e and fllll'd1111'*
you to let us do it. No job too big or Variety Market \\bile they fresh and new.
'small.l I

Phone 3 If It's meats you want at the bent prices Marguerite's Shoppe
just phone 24.




When a bank satisfies its customers in .
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in such a manner that they recommend THAT home of your dreams ran lx (mill.
this bank to their friends and associates, If the merchants in Starke advertised" in newspapers of :some distant: of !solidvuoil! ami brick. ('ollsilltl'ntIu'il1
we believe this is proof of service. biff city that the residents: of that place could save through/ trading! in person will make) your dream homo l become> reality..
or by mail. in Starke you would say it was not /good sense.
Young! men :should I << Nave for that I homo for

SERVICE IS- You would considerthat t these out-of-town "shoppers would have to 11 Kit: -young married\ coupli-s should ";ll'I'DEPENDADILITYCAUTION
"spend money and time in making the trip; or would buy "blind" if they for that home of their OWN-a'ul' older, people -
ordered by mail. should save and not !11f' I'ol'l'tlto make a
KNOWLEDGE-ABILITY home with others.

ACCUHACY-SAFETY At that, these shoppers probably could buy cheaper from our mer- Cent Interest
TO SUM UP-SATISFACTION chants whose costs of doing business are smaller er
aid on Savings
And yet it is more foolish than the people of Starke to believe that
they can buy cheaper: by going to the expense of a trip, or buy by mail .
goods which they have never seen.

-- - County
Bank of Starke

Common Sense Should Point The Economy BANK

"Bank of Helpful Service"
Of At Home
We Pay 4 Per Cent On Savings Buying
Bradford County'. Financial Stronghold
Established 1889 Starke. Fla.

Nothing BetterShock


-than a box of cigars, a pipe, a jar of Dependable Service STUMP'S IHO FEBRUARY SALE:
WON'T TAKE UP A $5000; LOSS If choice tobacco or a carton of cigarettes.
Your car is BURNED_ STOLEN The man who! smokes: loves the cool IS NOW GOING: ON
HITS SOMEONE soothing enjoyment of tobacco. He has TIRES, TUBES, GAS & OIL
his favorite kind too, and we carry all Trade At Home
popular favorites in stock, ready for

Let us tell you what complete automo- your instant selection. ...
"' You can buy as! cheap at Stump's all youcan
bile coverage means, and what it costs. .'1e .
from mail order houses
Cigarettes! Tobacco humidor.
Cigarette holder, cigar lighter match

J. W. Andrews Jr. STUMP'S
Corpening's STORE
Harold C. Wall

(Formerly Inman & Ritch)
Day phone 11 Night Phone 130


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llo11)'wood-City votes to annex Hal. A lac Via-New weekly newspaper, Jacksonville]--East': Coast Preserv. Dad City-I'lans nn-nnnn" tor ; FroHtproof-Local banks increasa
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL .1 landale. '' "Alachun Free Pren ." in circulationhere. ing Company to erect large plant I erection of new $125,000 school build. deposits 22:> per cent during 1025: and
REVIEW Eudtis-1925 poHtal receipts showed :, i Ing. I doubled thuir help.
. . .1 25 per cent gain over 1924. ';', :\Iadillon-lladden Company's store here.Palm Beach-$500.0000 will he Tampa-New 10- tory Olive Hotel Lake City-$300,000) street paving
l\liJton-Plans accepted for new I Lake Wales-Contract let for constructing I'I being enlarged to take care of expand spent for installing white way lights I I, annex nearing completion. I program living rushed to completion.
county courthouse. I( 9 1.2 miles paving. 'I IClermont ing business.St. I I along main thoroughfares./ 'I St. I'titel'lburg$200.000 raided Clewiston-Northern capitalists to
DeFunjak Springs-Excavation being -Construction of new city ', Augustine-Work started on I Hollywood-New $3,000,000) Hollywood -, for construction of new First :\Ipth.,. erect business! block on :Main street,
made for new 150,000 courthouse. hall to get under way. $5,000,000 building program for Davis i Hotel opened. >, Hint church. > Lurg._Automatic telephone sva.
DeFuniak Springs-$25.000 city hall Groveland-Large new sawmill assured Shores. Daytona Beach-$100,000 plant will j Tampa-West Coast Fertilizer ComI .I II I tern will he \\-M, tailed. ?
to be erected here: 60-foot expansion for this place.ClermontLocal Palmetto-6,000 feet seawall to be I be constructed for National Dehydrating I pany's plant, recently destroyed bv': Lake City-Harry L. Carter Interests
will be made to First National Bank Masons plan to built at Riverview Park. Company. I, fire, to be replaced by new 100,0W) will erect $230,000 hotel in Lakeside .
building. construct new building. Jasper Arrangements completed i i unnell-$50/OOO building program i structure. ;i Heights.
Auburndale-New rents and ladle Tarpon Springs-City'a street oay far construction of Sl.;:0.000 hotel in I to be launched at Flakier Bench Tampa-Plans being prepared for Winter Haven-$30.000 apartment
ready to wear store will oven toon. log program making rapid progress. Highland Park. Dunedm-Contract let at $490.000.for .1 new 12-story Y. M. C. A. structure. house being built on east Pins avonuo.Clermont .
Auburndale-New city hall to be Dado City-Woman's Club lays cornerstone Ocala/ -Armory being remodeledand 'I installing water and sewer mains Tampa-Plans under way for new .-40 new Spanish'! tn.:
built. for -new buildinr. -. redecorated. ..__ I Iin first unit of Dunedm hi" 1$3,000,000 Tampa Beach hotel. ,! rlwelhnin will be constructed.,
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.:>-.- ,- -.-.--.--____.._____ Lr -'_'__'_:' faction out of their: work-a thrill f i"You (shouldn't be cynical, L"moJI"! .

,I -' --,,- ra 1 1EP7 ""f'h1t I II that "note then! compensates for the'uggle "I remonstrated "you're too love
I -
r ci.a..l .., _. ;o t tI '7J1h. and' sacrifices they, .usually und \oung."

I h/a\i. made to nltam sot cis' ," I. with "it's not cynicism m'amie. but 1',..-

I I I ilZU; I.ItUs. i ,it come tl.e plaudits of the world. IfI bellion at the iniustice of, timing ?
I wen not u singer but a manikin inonto I they are Not fur myself but fi i

I b-uiu ..ho*) I would not be others who have not had the arood-f( > > .

l t ., ; admired for imsilf ()r Ill\' peonalitr I tune to attract the attention of tl.

Sallie :i or> mown individual attainments, no. i fleet-footed nymph that the world h:" .

I'hone .',9 j I I I would be, lost with those half-million i labelled renown. But come, I nu,-l

'.--"-"-'-"-"--.- .--.--.-.--.-..-..-. other girK in P.uis who are muchincio | not start your day with such anal. -
;1 deserving because their work tical reflections. I'lIlcave
\I'oi.IIII.I\'oi: ; vou
: 1"1. now -?
1 while A. h. Crows reccacd a "In '
being this Ccn.fessions itself is without co'ojj. 0" that dress. Your
you may very nkt
gle deck, nf cards as the itentleitK slow I
:Mr. 1. c. IttDn and :Mrs.\ Alma :MLMillun f. of 'I think you're wrong, Lemovne.:' husband is patiently waiting down
rJl'lze.I WH
a. _w ....
nf Jacksonville, were united ;Mrs, II. E':. Mott, of Jacksonvile was I said, "peolloYou).) still seek you stairs for you to Join him on a personally
in marriage: Sunday. :Mr.s. Hum. I out fo" your chaim." conducted tear of the Louvre."'
presented with basket of
is a daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. II. I''. ;Miss Janet a burden, of Tampa narcissusand received '- I J1 IDust..w bv PouJ Robinsos 'J6s Bake "You haven't lived in the greater "We'll walk over. Its a glorious da\ .

Libert-Ten: of SUrke.. I a pair uf silk hose as the guests I ii .ar.tdt 1.M r ......... a.b.r. ...... meaning of the word. mon enfant.nor I Tell Curtiss" please that I'll be right
SOCIAL COt'ltTESY prizes. have YOU nerceived the husks on down I called to her as she stood in

FOR VISITORS The hostess served her guests! with j I AN ACQUAINTANCEBLOOMS :. the sentence only in thought which meet friendships are fed. Fameis the doorway. The door closed.I .

delicious refreshments consisting of: INK:. FRIENDSHIP"The : the most overrated thing in the felt that I had peeped into the in.
Bright colored Japonicas In vases ream chicken, timballs pineapple salad "Today, tonight and tomorrow I'll World!," she continued, her eyes hold- ncrmost recesses of an extraordinary

.nd baskets! decorated the home of cheese straws tied with green ribbon reason I can not understand be shut up with my teacher in order ing grave and pensive light, "it *Is woman's heart.

Mrs. K. M. Johns Friday afternoon hot rolls pickles and coffee. why so many girls in your country to rehearse./. Of course it.'s in mv IUDertoire the 'open sesame' to anything that itspossessor (To be continued.)

when she cntere-tairicci throe tables" of Those enjoying. this affair were'Mr. : and this are cutting short their tress -all opera singers know the might wish to obtain. It
bridge players in compliment to :Mesdames and Mrs. N. Sternberg Mr. and Is because in Russia a woman's famous roles! ," she answered the! question clothes one with pODul )'it\.. golden .

l W. L. Edwards and Bell: Mutt Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs..7.L. l Il'S is woven into our poetry folklore I was about to ask. I opinions, and endless praise. It even CATARRHAL DEAFNESSIs

of Jacksonville. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and song" the young Cossack "I hope I clidn wake you but I I gives one the freedom of uncovention- often caused 'bjr an Inflamed condition

Several games of l bridge> were enjoyed son, Mr. and :Mrs R. F. nObln.1 contiued speaking/ "we have grown to wanted so for you to know. I mightas I ality (with no risk of being anathematized I of the mucous lining of the Eustachian
during the afternoon by the nnd Mrs. Bob Jordan Mr. and : I consider it a sacred svmbol and 'n well tell you that you've won vour ) even to the point of immorality nave Tube. a When rumbling this tube sound Is or Inflamed lmucrt:you ct

guests and for high: snore, Mrs. It. F J. W. Andrews, Jr., :Mr. and :Mrs j many instances the way a girl wears way straight into my heart. It's In. I at the same time the assurance hearing' Unions the Inflammation can

Iemorent received 11 I land painted individual Wyman! .Dr. and. ;Mrs., K L. Biggs I her hair has a special significant. tangible-this thing called i friendship that any aberation will be bt reduced forever your hearing; may b.. destroyed -

water )UKie and J'lalls.! while -t]r. and :Mrs. 1. L. reek, .\11'. and :Mrs. For instance, unmarried Ukranian ," she announce.! wistfully, "und condoned. on the ground of temperament UAl.l.'B CATARRH MEDICINE will
the low more' prize, a hand painted I I C. A. Futch Mr. and Mrs. Jo;. M Davis, I lassies wear their hair loose in a long not often in a lifetime does one have -temperament." she repeated do what we claim. for It.ria ;vour systemof
powder puff Sir. and. Mrs A. S. Crews MesdamesF. more than one real frlen 1. The! theosophists Catarrh or Pt-nfnet.K ennui.I. by
wan won by Mm. L. Wy- |: single braid ornamented with rib. ( "that clever piece of propaganda put Catnrrh. MALL. CAfAlwJH MEDICINE
man. Mesdames Edwards: and'I Mutt, )'. Stump, T. J. Alderman, O. :'01. bona and sometimes covered with would say that in a former 1'fe j I lout by artists themselves as an ...x.I has. been successful' In the treatment of

Were each presented with a Inman, Ed Mott of Jacksonvile; :Misses I flowers. This braid or kosa, is amaiden's you and I were attached or closely I case for their non-conforinitv to rulesI Catarrh Sold by for all over dru,,)0'01'1.001'I.lt '.

painted pair of candle utie-ks all hllnd'' Cora Calhoun Mabel Weller and chief ornament. The cherish connected in some way and held bv an i I to which others are inexorably bound." b'. J. Cheney ft Oo. '.*<,. tHJ
I'rizeH. Janet Durden of Tampa; Messrs I ej object of her care. Its unbraidingis I eternal bond-and perhaps that's the I

Tho hostess nerved her guests with I Henry Walter Barnes and A. L. !\tc. the sign of the change which is most intelligent explication: for nil:. I -
pineapple saint Kinney tual attraction after wll. You've L
which was topped coming upon her." I never I
with u small Japanese parasol fav1'11 'I been a stranger to me although I've
.Y "And what of the married ?"
L \ ones
<' potato chips, olive known only short time. I
sandwiches i I inquired eagerly interested in what you a very R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE
pickles and coffee with whipped Lwtey Feb. 2(1.-John Perkins. son ho had said. hope I'm not b..intoo: sentimental" 1 .

cre'uni. On each plate was placed IIbou'lu..t of Senator Vance Perkins. of Georgia, "Oh they wear theirs in two hraiol"woun,1 J she apologized "but I believe in presenting
of violets. Is hm uncle and Mr. and flowers, if one truly deserves
-- . visiting aunt round the head and covered
-- :Mrs. B. Perkins.K i them, as we go along. She blushed
IEL1IITFUI.; imin'.K; with a kerchief
PARTY :. E. Uurney and Carl Wooten, : "What enchanting. sentiment. averred J slightly, almost self-conscious. because -
of her frank revelation of her
were in Jacksonville last Week.
Burrmgton I'leree. AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
:Mr. and Mm. S. R. Bissel of Bra- affection for me.
Complimenting their guests, ;Mr. "You, its all right but personallymy I
and :Mr... II, I' :Mott and C. K. Stonerof denton were in Lawtey last week. only objection to bobbed hair is "I" feel the same way about YOU
:Mrs. Julian Peck of Starke too I agreed., "and I'm so flattered :
Jacksonville :Mr. and :Mrs. Robert that when I never Ret a chair! STARKE FLA.
last Tuesday afternoon here. that you like me. You. who haveso
F Deniorest entetaincil, at auction I The Cossack smiled.
bridge Saturday evening at the Wo.mlln'H Mr. B Knight with Ins son and "What do you think about It?" heturned many "admirers and hundreds of
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knightof friends-
Club. to Barry who was at my side. 1'
The Alachua, were guests of Mr. and '' "I'm afraid I'll "Not friends, acquaintances' my p
guests were" received in the li. never wet used to it
Mrs. T. J. Terry Sunday. I' dear. Until I met vou. Sallie. I never
brary, Chinese lanterns were effectively though I'm quite sure there isn't alonghaired
Mayor William Bryan Louis Hill I had a real true friend to whom I
used in decorating, the Chinese girl left in Paris. To
idea )being varied out in every nuHHiblo. and W. I';. Torode, were among those find one would equal the search for could unburden my lienrt. : We charge O
detail. transacting business. in Starke Tues. the proverbial needle in the hav-stack. I "Why do you like me? I asked can your

Thu tables. were uirnnifctl in the nun day.J.. !My ideals of course are the lovely "there're others, great celebrities who YES HRS
H. Moore, J. C. Robinson R. E.Hlanelmrd ;;. seek you out and worshm at your I 0
parlor which was similarly decorated leading Indies of Opera and I can n..v.er In I
and Little iloriu Johns. and Vera and, A. :M. Blamhard were imagine :Marguerite for instance hrine.. You've a wonderful singer Storage Battery ISmith's

lairu Robiimon) dressed as Chinese vlsitinif in Mnc'clenny lust Thursday, I with a boyish bob""Or I und I-well, I'm just little old me."
selecting trees from Griffin's Nurseries I She laughed outright.
girls paned the tallied which were Aida with a shaved neck! concluded .
done in C'hmexu denial] 'j to use in beautifying homes. Curtiss. I "But 'little old' me' lust huunens to

After several progressions. of nue-: 11IKStury! Hoye, of Baldwin, spent We all laughed. have that beautiful gift of understanding Garage StFTake i
tion prizes Sunday with friends here. and of being!: interested in
were awarded the winners. I "Some of the opposing forces de.
Miss Mabel Weller holdmif'low I' Mr. and Mrs.. James Godwin and Clare that the Bible forbids bobbintr." other people and of course that is
little son, Garland were were week the real key to friendship. With the
score was given a ChinlleHe ash i .declared I Lemovne Danielle. ..
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tray. Mm. 1IoUVnll presented. end guests. of !Mrs. Godwin's parents, i! "Really?" That's interesting. Do others I am always conscious of a 1'a.-.--- -.-.--.... ....- -....----.-,- -
Mr. and :Mrs. V. It. Reddish. great gulf of misunderstanding and
Chinese basket and cigarette "
cases : I' you know where ? asked Andre Mo-
were given Mr. Mott and Mr. Stoner. Fred :Moore, of Jacksonville', spent'I here.I doubt. --1

Salted nuts. were served I on the tables Sunday here. j I' "Yes, I do, although my knowledgeof "Really?
Robert and Paul Dinkins of Jack.aonville j "Yes. I realize," she continued
during the and after the :
game 1 i > the Book of Books Is scant. It's J. L. SIMMONS
awarding of the prizes, a Chinese hot : came up to spend the wt'ek.1| the fifteenth verse. of the eleventh "that so many of my so-tailed friends
course with tea was. served by Misses, end with their parents, Mr. and : chapter of First. Corinthians-it reads flock around me because I've been for
Virginia Weeks' and I Charles Dinkins. 1 I tunate enough to acquire: in a measure
Wt"h,1 j -'But if a woman have long hair it is
who were dressed Chinese I !Mrs. George Anderson Mrs. T. J.i tl-at! subtle thing that the world PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
as maidens I I a glory to her for her hair is given
Assisting! in looking after the 1'1..88.1 I| Terry and Mrs R. R.: Blanchard motored her for a covering." culls fame. Were I a nonentity, and
lire of the truest Mrs. J. C. to Stai'ke Wednesday afternoon. still myself. I.ow far would these same
were "Bravo You did that with suite an E"timatesIadeWork" : Guaranteed
inson and Miss Aileen Alvarez. HO"// Mrs.7. B Fpperson was in awtey, 'I air," Curtiss announced. friends go ? This business of worshipping '

Playing were: :Mr. and :Mra. :. Tuesday. I I "I have an argument for those who those who have gratified; I HT ARKE. FLORIDA
Mott Mr and Mrs. f;. M. Johns, Mr. Elder" H V. Skipper of Jacksonville bob" put in Andre Moliere. I understand their own ambition and. forged aneudis
aid was a guest of his daughter, Mrs. F. I| not fnir. Followers of the ,"
Mrs. O L. Heusley, :Mr. and !Mr*. that a well-known scientist id nrts i
A. S. Crews, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Rob E. Burner. Sunday. I contending that in the next generationwe : she added, "get a fill sense of satis .:.-.......- -' --" --.. ..... -.-..- ......- .-.-.-.-.-.-.+
inson Mr and :\\11.... J, W. Andrews, I :Mr. and i :Mrs. Troy Bennett of will all be hairless One German

Jr., Mr. and :Mrs J. L. Peek, Mr. un,1,1 Miami arc visiting! their mother, :Mrs. I thinker cameout the other day in a I -

Mrs. II. II. Young, !Mr. and !Mrs. C. Hattie Bennett.J. concise article on the subject claiming Al
i). Shank of Jacksonville; Mr. and, C. Fryer, of Gainesville, was a
that we lose as we progress moreand
Mrs. Herbert' Ritch :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. visitor this week at the home of :Mr. hair Of course it's basedon
M. :\Mitchell Mrs W. I.. Edwards' of and. :Mrs J. S. Harrcll. I evolution because he mentioned th.3fact
In'kllonvilll'Iilllll':\ :Mrs.\ John Hallett of :Michigan hnllr.tul'n..1 TUDOR.
; Jeanette I linden,
that each stage: of development,
Thelma Brown Aileen AlvareMabel: and will spend some time $
beginning with the emonkey produces
Keller, I III' C. R. Stoner, A, L. :McKinney here.Mrs. I less and less hair." t .

Mr., Henry.Walter Barnes, Joe Truly and i on a visit.. Roscoe Sapp, of :Miami, is. herei "By jove, haMs do give the effect I 58Oh

exclaimed Curtiss."And .
| :Mrs. Loading, of Ocala, cpent a few of intelligence
HKIIM.rJ: (.'|.UII KNIKKI/MMU: : |' days in I.awtey lust week. now that we nru confronted' with 1".0.8.DElaoztt

Mrs. Jeanette Knight of Jacksonville the facts in the case there isn't anything
Mrs. II. II Young was hostess to specially intellectual about a
is a guest of friends here this .
members of the afternoon bridge dub week. man with a shock of hair." he easin"Iv .

Tuesday. at her home, in the eastein .. threw in Barry direction because

part of town. ZIFF like most musicians, wore his not extremely

The quests were received. at thc door but moderately long. .
by the who Ziff, Feb. 20.-II. F.. Thomas", ofBruoker
was attired in a While the others were In"-- nt i I
MarthaVeshington costume, and spent several days hen with i Curtiss I.emoytie leaning slightly
each guest was his parents, :Mr.\ und l :Mrs J. B. Thoirias. |
presented with a across to mI'. said to Barry who was |
hatchet and during! the lI..v..rullCam( ,," at my right "I didn't know how you ,
of lridre mints. were served in small Mr. and :Mrs. Delatha Stalling. and felt about bobbing. I've often longedto :
high little daughter Selinn of Cooler Pond
top hats.
cut mine but now, thank Goodness, ,
A dainty piece of embroidered lingerie I and Mrs. Shaw und children! were visiting I did. not."

.....,_,..wets...u,!iiiven_ .. the. ,holder. of. hih. friends afternoon.noel relatives here Wednesday j It was a small thing in itself but
rn. wniie an emnroiciereii carat, tame her ,iBpn to rt1nsit Rarrmirton Pierce
cover was awarded the We are sorry to report little | '
of 1
sec. was plainly evident even in the most ..
end hitfh.hicken. Johnnie I.ewis. Jr., was seriously ill trivial affairs .

(' salad saltines nut )bread lust week we are !glad to know he 1111 I It'n almost daybreak when we -"
sandwiches. Improving at this writing.Mr. .
chocolate hatchets and i said L'oocllne.hile the Cossack wns .
ten : and :Mrs. Frank Reynolds" and 'J:'
wall served and each
on .
plate was
I busy Curtiss had! adroitly paid the .
jiluced a small cluster of cherries. sons, of Graham, spent the week-end check.Ve exchanged: cards and addresses ,

Those present were" : Mesdames R. here.Mr. and 1 had the nsvrhi". !,
J. Davis, W :M. Wainwright W. E:. : and :Mrs. I R. B. Thomas and X .
that It was not the last time that i
.. Davis, H. C. Ritch, Frank Hoover, C. daughter Hazel, were shopping in paths would cross. our .I

A. Futch (',. M Sistrunk, S, Church, Brooker Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Vivian Saunders, A. "". Anderson and : and :Mrs. J. O. Dennison. of gentle The next afternoon there came a t The Planetary Transmission
at door.
'Misses :Mabel Weller and Grace. Shell. I Lahe But'er, :Mr. and :Mrs. I. W. t)>'al. tnp-tap-tapping my .2
to invitation
lrnke. of Graham and Icrv1 Lewis of response my to enter r

---.-- Jacksonville were called here Fridayto the door opened quickly and in walked.lemojne. Costs More to Build But Gives Better Light Car Control
(;U'ES UELlGI1TfTI. the bedside .. :
of their little brother, I t--l
BRIDGE PARTY Johnnie, Jr., Lewis.Dr. 'O. mon enfant' she began sneak '} THE planetary transmission was detrelto remove your hands from the wheeL

Parks of Starke was a profess.Ions InFren..h/ as she invariably did un. :; as the simplest moat direct and Gears
are constantly in
The home of :Mr. and Mrs. O. I.. tIer (treat emotional stress "word has ti mesh preventing
) caller
here And
Wednesday Fri- reliable of
mean speed control for
light the
Beaslev was the scene of a delightful day. just come from my manager that I possibility of stripping. The transmission : t
event Tuesday' ev..nlngVh"' .. cars While this type costs more to build, therefore stands
they en.tertainetl Mr. Perfla Lewis was in Starke am to sing" 'Manon at the Opera harder abuse there .- i
nine tables of bridge play :Monday on business.Mr. Comique. It is my favorite role and its advantage far outweigh other considerare no costly replacement Ford
I if! economy '
ers. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children the first time I've had the opportunityto ations. Your car: is more flexible In traffic methods alone make it possible to build this .:'

Narcissus and asparagus fern combined i were with relatives here Sunday do the part." I .. -with startsstops and speed changes made superior transmission into Ford ?" J

with potted plants were used' Services at Little Rock Sunday. ''How perfectly corking"; I faster and more easily. Complete control keep Ford prices the lowest cars, yet ."!
us decorations, which were most effective rupted, now wide awake, and Intl'r'l ever offered.
Everybody invited to attend. through foot pedals makes it
in the green and whlU1. :Marking the enthusiasm of Lemovne unnecessary FORD MOTOR COMPANY, D.trcnt Mkt), an !F tj

/ the places were tallies done In NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Informally ensconsed on the chaise- -; RUNABOUT SHO. TOURING $2<10, COUPE $520 TUDOR SEDAN $ &>. FGRDOR SEDAN SMO .
shamrock design and salted nut were longue "when Oh I while All 1
Notice I. hereby glvrn that all crulitor". hope weare prtctt I. o. b. D.troU
served on the tables during the games. *.. .... dmtributevtt and all!! ....non. having here." .. .:
Mrs. *T. J. Alderman who wa thewinner elnim ....In.' the .10'. of J. O. Cherry. I
of the ladies first prize was to present their tlm,m.. duly authvil- about it all. Today Monday: tomor- I : .
Driven a hand embroidered pair of ticiited is.. the row's Tuesday and then-Wednesday

low cases, and N. Sternberir was pil.1 thl* noil*, will be hM In bar thereto and all Is the night; of IIll1'hts-at least for
a doub'e! deck of cards as the ,,*"On. Indebted to said **tat. ar* requiredu Lemoyne. I've phoned Barry aid
ray thetr said debt. forthwith. you
men's first prize. Mrs. A, Z. Adkln This nth day of February A. D 121 three will be in a box. I'll do it much
was the holder of low store and was W. J. EPPEHSOM better if he is there" she added aloud
Sheriff, a> ailminUtrator of the
Cynsoled with a hand embroidered tow. I I-ia-$t4Mtat. <.if J. O. Cherry. d<*ea.""d though I was sure she meant to frame -. -



FEBRUARY: 26.( i'iij! :! ;.
":. H-OR11M i.AE; MVBBits

***acasasasa asaca f ------- ---- --
*** ac+ sara -
ti sa caSd52SZ5a52s s- Buy? your bread from :Starke: I . . . TRAIN: S'IIFa)1'I.E---

Bakery: and keep your money : Sturke ( hamlier of Commerce ,

nt home. meets eM'rlliiirsdl\' niitht ut I New time table: effective 1.1:01: : a. m.Dectmbrr .

of .Local {f- rENT-A-WORD the City !Hall. F.ter riti/en 20th, 1925.Nu. .

:Misses Lois and Toledo Fame, and ..I' the town IN expected' to be .. 1, Jiicksonvile to Tampa, duo

Information Valbrum llandl who. are: attending present. S o'clixk.AT I 8t rkt'. 12::2.!;> a. m.
t school. here the week-end at 0 0 . .
spent No.. a, Jacksonville: to Tamps, due
their home\ nt Bmuker.. Stnrktf. I2'52:! : : p. m.

,. Concerning; Our People Business and FOR 8\LE-L. t. Smith iiewntc-i.! No. 16, Jacksonville to :St. Petersburg

Progres of the County and Town. J ;f;' Mr. and ;Mrs. C. D. Shank, of. Jacksonville I in first class con.ln.lIl1. S.10. "U" curt THE dUll Sturke, 12-22, p. tn.No. .

were week-end guests of :Mr. Telegraph It. :-; .. 3011: Jacksonville to West Palm
and\ Mrs. J. C. Robinson, and :Mrs. It. I I
MOVIES"Let's Reach due Starke. 10.02 a. m.No .
snno: I;?<:';11:" L. Lewis. FOR SALE-Large amount of corn.
WEATHER REPORT i -- --------- See D. I. Ames, uii former J. :M.Alvarez's I :-; :2!, Tampa to Jacksonville, due

I I day evening, and while in the city was Mr. Adams, who is the new Express place west of Sturke. 2-J Co" Starke 4:28: a. m.

Weather report for week ending, IheCU"t of relatives. messenger on the! Wannee Branch If.EGGS. NO.4, Tampa to Jacksonville due
1111.n I\V.I R 11).11
February 24, 1926. I spent Sunday with hit family nt Cedar I Starke. 4:20 p. m.
Feb. 18 78 62 .00 Ladies Spring; 'oats at Key. FOR II.\1'('111\l-Ilarreli:': A SLICK: OF) REAL LIFE: I No.-; 304 St. Petersburg" to Jacksonville -
I tump's. Hocks and Rhode Island l Reds. $1 I.:2'per : Lotus It. ;
Feb. 19 71 46 .45: Mayer pre-wntt due Starke, 6:00: p. m.
Feb. 20 61 39 .00 I Four color lithoyraphed syrup label setting John Le\ett, Hampton "lilt F\D": Starke and Wannee Branch.
Feb. 21 73 39! .00 I Messrs. L. H. Hill and W. E. Torodeof printed with your name and complying Fla. :2-2:!<>-2t: Thu photoplay of the hour No. 101 leaves

Feb. 22 72 48 .00 Lnwtey, were attending to business with the law full length and half Foil With a 100) ,per cent fust Including Starke 7:40: a. m.
Feb. 23 73 51 .00 matters in Starke Monday. size, at the Telegraph office.: SALK -One cow. 1 1-2:! gallonsmilk : .Mae ItuHchandit Hawley Robert No. 102 arrives" Starke 3:16: p. m.
per day, also one" venrlmg. F. .Frazer Pal O'.Malley: Hubert Itimworth. T. J.
Feb. 21 74 56 .24
Kappef R. K. D. 3. It
Total rainfall for week .69! inches. We especially invite the ladies "has.. Overstrevt has installed a Myrtle Slcdnian. Kugenie: lies.Merer .

j I to come in and inspect our shop. large refrigerator In his store for FOR 8A LE.--5 acre of cleared, and 1 1 and Ward Crane.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Strickland, of Marke Bakery. keeping vegetables and other perishables plowed land. 2 1-2 miles from A :Mctro-Goldwvn IVturo

Nichols, were in town Wednesday.Mrs. Two in first class condition. Starke, on Kingsley] lake road. See I I I SVTt'Kim I 666
more days of
by Stump's K. Koppef R. F. D. 3. It* T..o.fisted drama of lo\,. and| thrill-
Equilla Jones, of Graham, w.tsa February Sale. !Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holzendorf. "ruiiniMiorrti" !I. a pmrrlplUn l.t

visitor to town Tuesday.Mrs. of Orange City, spent Sunday here FOR SALE:-IrtO) acres good land, I Featuring WILLIAM FAIRBANS: roiiis. GNirrB. ni. DKNOI-B. BIIJOI'.
: ,
I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis spent Sunday with his parl'ntsIr.. and Mrs. C. S. near highway; some good timber. "'01' with I'AUI.INB FKBR AND MA I.AMI*.

W. L. Bugg, of Hampton, wa i an.. | !Monday in, Daytona with relatives. ] I llolzcndoif. immediate acceptance, $:.15.(00( per Episode CIRCUS CAROM7th MYSTERY II kllli Ik. i......

shopping in town Monday.T. acre terms. E. W. lIa '''s. It.
The Union Temperance" meeting" MOM It \1'.1'1TES11.\1'' I'OIIIIOAI. ANNOITN:!( KMENTH

E. Oldham of Jacksonville, Irish Potato Seed: Red Bliss, $9.00 will be of great interest us the two FOK LIo-lIat..hing eggs from Carl Laemmle) 1 present
per sack of 150 pounds. They are fine.hull's about good laying strain white Leghorns "LOKHXINK FOR KFIHERKNTATIVB
visitor pastors will give their opinion OK Tim I.IONS":
to town
Tuesday.Mr. .
a .
was To h rvmorrlnio voters of llrnclfutil Count
$1.50 F. J.
j Store.Mrs. prohibition. per With NORMAN KRKRY and l> \fS\' I ,.k. thm, mi>lhoii of nnouneins mvrnntlltliiry
I '-' Starke. Flu. RUTH MILLER. : fur Ihi offfro i>f R*>.....tnliiliv*. If
:: and Mrs. J. L. Peek spent the I'lIttrC"1 .
I rn.nil.o f.llhful mill rfflclrnt rvIcr.
week-end at St. Petersburg. Edward Burns and lrM. L. A. When you buy your bakery FOR SALE-Conronl Crane: The lovers of the "Hum'hSiuk', .n' Notre j 1.1.I loolieit: your uffray.

I Itiuis were shopping in Jacksonville products from Starke Bakery, year old $Iu.011( () per 100-. Dame," in the strangest love tnli- n..p..rlfun,. T II. PismtuLSTER-

II. :M. Snyder was a visitor to Ooala Tuesday. !you buy the best.Prohibition this year go by without planting I ever told.
Saturday. Rome." .\. J. Swart Lnwtcv. Fla. 2- C'on..cJy"Wat'r Walton.
:'olro. F. L. Turner and niece, Lillian II! will not die while women 19-21-* 1 s"'rWF: th. totcn. of llrmlfiml Counlr.
I I nm a randlilnt for Ili> rr4tliiliv < In tli.
Garrls spent the week-end in Jacksonville live. Their influence used" to Coming :Next Thursd.i) -Friday i> <
Don't miss the Rig February HOOT ilHSON; In "'III.. I I iuiHlntur0, from PrnilfuiU rotuilv. .tibjt'Pt tutlm
with reluthes. Calgary
I their influence and their FOR SAI.I'-Mls"ellanl'ou8): ( ) Arsenate
count -
Sale at Stump's.Mr. I I Ilimorratlc. 1'rliniiry Flivllon: la )h. held
votes count Come t... the union meeting of Lead Calcium Arsenate nnd Stampede"NO 'm Junr I 1028.
I J. I. IHiboHO dsister Mildred of Paris Green for Tobacco beds also
and Mrs. L. Wyman MS- an and ]hear nhout it. whol..811epriet's. laouw'I'NO.: : ; tawlvy. Fla.
Tampa spent, the weekend in Sturke liordeaux Mixture, at ] TICK: ,
itors to Jacksonville Thursday. with friends and relatives.M. II. F. Noyes"' Box 40St!), Val. '
\V.1.. Wainwright state auditor, ; '
dosto Gn. 129tf. The mayor' of our. town and the wu- J
Judge Adkins left Friday for u business i. was in Gainesville Saturday checkingover man's Club have each set aside :March | A TOINIOdrove's
F. Wiggins naval stores operator the hooks of the school board of FOR SALE-North half of Nortwest
trip to Tampa and Sarasota.Dr. I 1U to the Ht h inclusive, for clean-up Tasteless. ihlll Tonic rwxoresEnergy
of New River was attending to Alachua county prior to a settlementof quarter of Nortwest quarter, 227-:! and. beautification week therefuie I and Vitality by Purifying) and
i 1 business", here Monday. funds, with Gilchrint 22, 20 acres Northwest quarter of ,
and Mrs. J. Carradine, of Law- county. ; call upon the members of the Enriching the IIMKVlinn!| | you foci Its

tey, were visitors to Starke Mondav. :36 in. :Northwest: quarter" 28-7-22 10acres r chamber of commerce to join SllIl"k.// strrnKllieninit. lnvltoraliii/ | eTr<.t, see bow
yellow homespun lOc J'd 1 Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph ; Northeast quarter of Northeast 'heartily in this movement to "
it brlnits color to the chinks. end how
at Stump's Sale. office. quarter :W-7-22. Thomas], Keefe
L. A. Brown of Brooker from our town all unsightly ,
a :Staples' :Minn.. 2-12-3t I it Improves the appetite, you will thenappreciato
garbish and and lit each of ,
prominent visitor to town Monday. papers;
Mrs. Arthur Hall of Okeechobee Its true tonic value.
Roy R. (Coleman who has been employed -
us throughout the IP2 earnestly i
is here on a visit with her parent, WANTED-A(rents to sell our popular year Grove's Tasteless chill Tunic U. simply, )
here for the three
Irish Potato Seed Red Bliss 1.00 i pest> years strive to keep our town in n presentable
: $! priced line" ruffled anti sulkfringed I 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ilutto. "\ 'annewbranch Inm anti Quinine Hiispen
  • as on the ,
    I express messenger |
    sack of 150 pounds. They fine. condition.
    per are curtains Liberal commis III-aullt l> even children like it. Tim blood
    Hull's Store. :Mrs. Bob Jordan and children who left Monday for Carrabelle sion. Rig season in just nhea.l.hVrite I D. 1 K.<: KNIGHT I needs gUININK: to Purify It and IRON to
    where he is employed by tho Georgia
    Pros., Starke Chamber, of Commerce
    for our selling plan. Marys' Enrich It. D ,Htroys Miilariiil ilrrmli and
    have been' visiting relatives at Dade )
    Florida] and Alabama] Railroad.
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    New garden and field seeds atWhite's. I City, have returned home. ville Curtain CD.. Mnrysville, Ohio. MAJOR'S coi'itr' iMX'KKi i r'Grip; DITIIH/ by us Mreiitlhrnln" | InvlMurulinit -
    2-12-5t. 2-19-31 hfToct. Klh:
    Dr. J. A. Van Valzah who has announced '
    Mr. Orville (Jock) Griffis of Starkewas A. Roswell, Rimsell ('. Kephiirt Joha', i .
    candidate for the United
    as a I

    Mrs. Chesley Fogg, and little son, : a busincs visitor here Monday.L .- FOR SALE-(Cotton Seed!) Good A. Bouvier, Jr., and Blank Cummins,
    States Senate Senator
    of Graham, were io town Saturday. L;- County Times. quality Upland Planting Seed at I cutting i corners, assessed fines ranging t4-t'fti tttt ltttt t4
    Flecher] I ,
    i I
    was in town Saturday IIft'r.nuon $1.00 per bushel), also small quantity | from $2.00 to $."..00 and costs +
    and gave nn address in front of genuine Sea Island Cotton seed +
    Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman, !left ;Messrs.. E. :M. Huzcn, A. L. and R. the Bradford County Bunk. crown In 1U2.! ; guaranteed fertile, I I N. I Wninwnght, speeding' Bond + *

    Seminole.Mrs.Saturday. for a two weeks visit ut "It. Green; of Brooker, were transacting sacs per bushel. In even" weight I I I of_$ ..CIII fut felted., lIAR"'EY: M. SNYDEK *

    business in town Friday. Chickens wanted, will pay rash. J. f. o. b., Valdosta.! II. F. I f *
    F. Kickliter. 2-19-2t. Noyes, Box 409! Valdosta, Ga. l-20tf'! '! CIIAIWIo .Of RO acre farm, with + Mortirian-Starke, "1". t
    C. W. Liddon, of Jacksonvillewas All varieties" bean and corn seed 25 acres cleared, with comfortablefarm
    here the week-end visiting REPRESENTATIVEVANTEI) Mi-inber of Florida Funeral Hi-irei :
    house barn kitchen meat
    and Florida seed and ,
    Georgia peanut ,
    Col. J. I. Frazee returned last week *
    $1800 outfit furnish..I.Men
    Misses Olive and Amelia Ray. sample house. Good stock shade trees ,'tors, and Kmlmliners: Associatinn. -
    Irish potato seed. J. F. Kickliter. 2-19. range i
    from a business trip to Miami and and women. 28 Hosiery styles. +
    rood well of water. Would .
    12t.[ other south Florida cities. Mr. Frozce Over 30 colors. 18 neckwear styles. give IIpE'rrnanl'nt + +
    Shoes all kinds at
    tenant good opportunity,
    at February Is. rapidly regaining his eyesight afteran 1 to 4 pairs of hose or 1 to 3 neckties hay phone 1-Nl (hl phone 59' *
    prices Stump's Frank A. Swcezy, of Punxsutawncy operation performed on his eyes free. to customer. Largest com if interest shown in place. For particulars t
    Sale. Pa. been here for several write, S.' J. Denmark (owner Jones
    has days attending in a Jacksonville hospital recently. mission.Vo deliver. Address L. U.Bolzin + With PeWitt C. *
    to business. 2192t'IIF I ) Room Arcade Bldg, Lakeland, 4
    Miss Janet Durden, of Tampa, has Starke" Fla, t
    Tho Flu., or Box 221, Mulberry Flor t
    following were recent Sunday ,
    been a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.O. I Saturday is last day of Stump's" dinner guests at Keystone Inn motoring [ YOU-Are in business or have ida. l-22-6t + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + +

    L. Beasley. I Big :Sale.; to Keystone Heights for the day: anything to sell nothing will bring I
    more results] than Rood advertising.See I
    Mr. and l llrK.. F. A. Scott Mr. and .._
    'Ii ._. '-
    Jay Daugherty, of Palatka spent the ;Mr. and !Irs.V.. L. Edwards, of me at Young's Store for BilCn'l i --- -
    Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
    of kind. Auto .('
    weekend here with his parents, Rev. painting any ii'TciiI I
    and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty.Mr. Jacksonville spent the week-end herewith Murray, of Buffalo N Y., and Mrs. S. ing, windows, muslin signs. I..wp"t'' 114\1'1'1 i iI iOClOOCIO
    relatives. : C. Cnrnell of Ormond. Box
    I'mcs.: Starke Sign :Service; ,
    31.1: Starke Fin. Mall Orders ,I
    and Mrs. L. II. Hill, of Lawte-, Miss Geneva Sapp of Gnlnt'svil1e,1 A YEltPO'EI.I'S new sung a 1-2Mt! OClO01:10

    were visitors to town Tuesday morn wa a visitor to.. town :Saturday' after beautiful waltz ballad entitled 1 "Dud" I Guaranteed
    ing. WANTED Stave Blocks. will
    -- pwy
    noon. mailed postpaid for ::10 cents. Address' | Hours
    $".T 0 cord for pine
    or i
    per cypress ServIce and
    Avery" Powell 751: 1 Drew St., Jacksonville I' 8 )
    Mrs. H. D. of blocks 33 Inches six'
    May postmistress George A. Collins of Jacksonville, Fla. 2l2t. stave lone, I
    Theressa, was a visitor to town Mon was transacting business in town I Inches up in diameter" free from i Service SatisfactionStern's

    day. the first or the week. A pretty wedding was solemnized knots and turpentine catfnces. Block I i
    very : cord is 4 feet high 33 In. wide. 8
    I l Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 2.:!, at
    Miss Perla Whitten of Raiford was feet" long. Address BOil Barrel Garage
    \Ve have pies, cakes bread, t o'clock! at the Presbyterian mans,
    in town Monday visiting Mrs. Herbert Company Palatko, Fla. 1-15-101-3-
    roll", cookies and all kind of at which time Mr. J. Hayes Holly and ,

    Ritch. goodies at Starke Bakery. Miss Ethel: Dill DveHS were united ill 19. J JWANTED Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

    matrimony with the impressive ring .. ._._., ,_.._ _..
    O. G. Strajhorne, of Wall< William Knabb merchant, of Rai ceremony of the Presbyterian church, FARMER: TO TAKE ------- ----

    was shopping in town Monday after ford was attending to business here Dr. H. A. Tinker officiating.<

    noon. Friday.Mr. -
    lion. It. P. Hobson, hero of the
    Col. D. E. Knight and M. G. Lung- and :'011'". J. Peek and Mesdames Spanish-American war, puke in the

    ford were attending to l.usin"Min J. :M. Mitchell and W. E. Middle-toil First Baptist church, Tampa last

    GainesvilleIonday.. I spent Tuesday afternoon in Gaines.vile. Sunday night to an audience of about

    :1.000 people. He has dedicated his CLOSING UP LAST YEAR'SBUSINESS

    C. R. Sapp, cross tie Inspector of life to the cause of prohibition., Come
    Jacksonville was transacting business i- lion. Charles II. Register automo to the union tl"mpl'run"eel'tinlt" and

    in town the first of the week." bile tug inspector of Luke Butler] was I hear what he proposes for our next

    trrnscating business in town first of Florida legislature]
    Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and little the week. I

    daughter, Jean, spent Monday in Ja<'k- I Get the best bargains! at

    sonville. I Cole Planters & Fertilizer distributers Stump's February Sale.
    I at White's.

    Irish Potato Seed, : Red Bliss, $!tOO Mr. Dale, Alvarez and l mother Mrs.
    per sack of 150 pounds. They are fine. :\1 lSrs. L. L. Cunningham and J. A. V'asco Alvarez of Chicago, who were

    Hull's Store. Lynch of Charleston S. C., were former residents of Starke were here

    here the first of the week visiting Mr. I Monday visiting relatives and friends. We are closing up accounts brought over

    Legal blanks for ale at the Telegraph and Mrs L. S. Ilutto. They were accompanied here by Mr.

    office. and Mrs.. Oscar Alvarez and son, J. from last year's business and we desire all
    Mr. Sanders Harvey, while relieving
    G., of Jacksonville. They have many
    Joe Hill Williams! of Lake Butler, the express agent at Starke, spent friends here who were glad to welcome of those who have due accounts to call
    was attending to business in Starke. the week-end in Fernandina visiting their visit.
    Wednesday afternoon. friend.Nassua: !! County Leader.Mr. either
    at and adjust their account by
    The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., once ,
    Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of Sanforcl and :Mrs. Edd Mott, aand Dr. C. I will hold l their March :Meeting Wednesday have
    ,are spending the week, in Starke, R. Stoner, of Jacksonville have been the 3rd at the home of Mrs. cash or negotiable note. obligationsto

    guests o/ Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin. here visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demotes A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Adkins and Mrs.O. .
    of those who
    need the assistance
    t. L. Beasley, being hostesses for the meet and
    Mr. E. N. Alexander. of Jacksonville afternoon. All members are urged to

    was a week-end guest of Mr. and Syrup labels, all kinds and sizes, at be present" promptly at 3 p. m. If are obligated to usDeWitt-

    Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton. the Telegraph office. you have not paid l your 1U26! dues

    Two more days of Stump's please come prepared to do so. We
    February Sale. Mr. Jordan, who holds a valued posi- have many affairs. of importance to

    tion as trainmaster for the Seaboard the Daughters to be discussed and
    :Messrs.: Babbitt, Larsen and Joslin. spent part of last week here with his would l appreciate a full attendance.

    of Keystone Heights, were prominent family. :Mm. R. A. Weeks, Pres.

    visitors here Tuaeday. Mrs. J. T. Moore Sec. C. JonesHARDWARE

    Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, and little W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D.:C.

    Beautiful line of Ladies New daughter, and Miss Inez Abernathy,

    Spring Dresses at Stump's.Fred spent Sunday with relatives at Miami-First ciaY's deposits of the SUPPLIESFRIDAY
    Brooker. City National Bank of :Miami which & FARM

    F. Stump was in Eustis and) opened its doors Wednesday totaled I
    Leesburg Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Edwards and children spent 217027717. This figure was regarded i -

    the weekend at Sampson City wtth by financiers here as a record<< u

    :MM: Fra. Wynn attended the P d- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pres- for any banking Institution In a city

    erewski concert in Jacksonville, Tuea- cott. of a similar size. 1



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    I'Af.K SIX f
    ---- ---- -- ---- -
    - ---- ---
    ------ ----- commercial poultry raiser. of Jacksonville I provement work are very much in. I Iterl Do, not wash eggs for hatching .pur. Colds!. Cacao! a rip and Influenza!

    walt again in the lead anionic ted in the passe partout pictures' poses. for the gelatinous' covering, will L .X/.r/E dROMO tjriNINE! Tablet reinovt

    flocks of considerable< size, his C50 and hooked rus. There is more in. I Iw removed, which nn.>?. "- t'' i. ,i- I the ..u.... There It only Doe "Onimo Quinine.,

    and Fai'l\; \ White Leghorn hens producing an average -I terest in gurden work this year than I bryn.lUve. I K. W. GROVE'S .I lilo''"'''' on box. Site

    Farmers ( of 10.:; eggs for the month. ever before.HINTS--. _..______ I the nuubuUu-, ir.:: .i>d ruunmcf ,

    The average. production of all ..r befuie. you nut eec in the I
    : TO IIOl'SKWUESVegetable : : I
    g finks reported for January was 10.1.1& ma' ...IRe.Oturt:; the moat. lnn-' a few I Using! Liniments
    I Ward Count Agent) Stop !
    ( ily 1C. [}: I, at. compared with 7.55/ for December lays ahead 'oo> that nil '>' .. i 'I"

    '- and !r.Cor!) :November.-; ) This is. 33.67 I when ,it i i- time t Pi,,: I
    FARMERS AND! TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE rj per cent production for January whichis Let u* in Florida use more fresh that Only Burn

    ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO ft !.1.32 per" cent greater than the production \'I'1C1 1Iblu. in the daily diet. Vegetables -
    I Piles Cured In 6 tu 14 Days !
    6n for I December.)
    BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY include most of the plants usedfor and IrritateMexican
    if 1 P \ZO OINTMENT! falh
    A summary of results for the threemonths : food with the exception of grains. to ...". ,..ru.IIII"7 f Ulr hn4 'i r PrmruillniiPllrt '

    : .-, in,, ncra r-.r.r.r.r'r.r ca ca ca ca ca CP CP.ca. c?WSS252SH52S2S255i'- ucau I
    I ri9lut tt [fl.1 fIle
    A* t ( i i i I' "i
    Pel kins of Paisley i is in the lea ( ) -: 'I 1111 :,\1.1'1 ri.nmnv cu u"I ductivity. the different need will bonoted. .1. C.: Classes of V..It'.tablf'A-lJirfuJ''nt : Mustang Liniment
    JIIU.S AIMDOINd: backyard flocks of from I to | part vegetable.. plants are used for I II I 'I Penetrates. to the Bone but

    }. II I IS AM H ; [ It 'n hope.I, that this if but the fir-t iiI) birds, with an average of 'lS.3'Ieggs j I' food and these may be nrranged in I lo "....e ,s Coiu in une ix > Never Smarts! or Blisters

    The Ojux Club in Undc l county i III step towrird retting disease free bean for the three months. The classes us follows: 'I luke I.AXAlHr nKOMI) CJC1MNE: Tablet.). i' I
    ? making plans tu Ht'l'vu, half pint "" seed for J'lorida. from the arid Weitem flock of E. A. Gordon, of Jacksonville I Tubers or the enlargements of underground r>tiii.>Hiti< (tmj. ird h. -Ii '.Is 'fl,. r-ifufl th. ,
    I I ,. ,. When liniment hum and amort and
    flocks (.M. K W < HOVKS MUnnlun-nn' >
    I ranging wh't
    huu'tho\ .... is the louder of farm stems; examples ,potato 30t'I
    I lies tit milk in their s' ) IItUt. I I almost blUtvr the shin It uimlly moans
    Bihool d'n-H nut m-rvo, a lutuh. ---.-- in .size from 51 to 200 eggs for the I aitkhoke. --.----- that It contain I sonic strong irrftuttnnubntnnee
    t i 1 "Itl UAL
    - Tlw'ch Cici J< lunchroom in l IiIe: ( i (ly Spuds. Johnson) I pullets of M. N. Shonda leads the !I' beet, carrot radish, parsnip turnip' All No cbildrca Worms troubled In a.llcalthy with Wornia have Child ao nahealtby draHtlr tlicht kind A of liiilmunt llnlmiwt, lit to bU bo I|>pnhtMl no strong to punt and

    county oprru'd. ri'i'i-nllj.. The iviiiiedemonstration I limit among commercial flocks of over oyster plant. I II I color whir h lmlltate poor blood and asa I trade direct to the sore. 'pot-to! Wl\.tor the
    girl luke turm in KISINrKl.'TlMJ/ I :; TRUCK CHOP 200/ birds with a production of .n.o'! Bulbs; examples onion garlic. ,:, rule there la more or lea Btomach disturbance skin surface dom not help that deejHHpfttdd .

    'w helping out there. | SKKI: HEKOKK PLANTING: / IS eggs: per bird, for tho three months.Mr. I Stems; examples asparagus, itleiy, f.ROVE TASTELESS chill TOMC: given regularly ,rheumatic ache or .a I Ionic Imck
    fort..oor three week will enrich the blood. Ira- You M tout(I use :\h'xlrllnllIHlanlC: I 1.lnl.I
    Cool; ( DISKASK) : /: 1NSUKANCK:-; :. : / Shondn's, January report Hhowi. chives. 'I II i prove the digestIon aol act Sl s General Streniltaenlnit tnnnt J just. try It onro and you will\ never
    Thu ", ,.Ki..nt.. ..C theliclriiv I ) irirl* I that this (050;. ( pullets produced a total I LHHVVK; examples, lettuce, Kpimi h. Tonic to the whole.ysl m. Nature will then tio without It You will nmrvel at Its
    club recently: !KIIVIit' talk on home I know a farmer in n neighboring I I cabbage nnd throw off or dispel the wormi.and IheCblld will be range power to relieve pain without
    085! dozen durinuthp | wnter cress green-
    ( I ,
    10,7'iO eggs I
    before the ] or to perfect beano. Pleasant to take. tOe pot botcJn." I I'urninn nnd bllHtorlng. Kvcry: homo
    rlnb I "mk I
    ck-moniitraticm i county who has lost two-thirds of his. month. :Mr./ Shonda figures. that I I Floweis; example, cauliflower.!; ,: should have this magical pain roll profit -
    ) I Dulrity Ilcutu! ,',, Buul"It\ ri'iuilic'd I rabbage' crop! on account of diseases it j the average, cost of producing a clorcnI I I Fruits ( including, sued) ; ,corn pen, html cult burnt. wound, etc. DrustKlati -
    ft f in tho board. voting the rli-h n sc'holur-'I which were brought in on the need.\ his I tomato squash cucumber and! I I- and uholufluli'm soil MuHtanff Llnl
    and that bean ,
    'I 14.3
    the- I mail\ :! \ "hurt course.Klnirn. eggs was cents profit II To Stop a Cough Quick :I taunt or can gut it for you.
    . ship to Thin. man is out about $:!.IIOII( () that I for the month was $30 1.'O. eggplant. I I

    ,, .' JiMii-on: u I.IMIM county club he could l have .been in if he had l only ; Other poultry raisers whose flocksj I The edible. portion of most vegetables ', take HAYES' IIF.AUNQ: HONEY: a
    ji taken the precaution to disinfect thu I thc* best in their respectiveclasses is a storehouse of nutriment cough/ medicinevlrn-h *>t v tie cough by :
    the 5Jfflicui1F1owesj
    the to
    leiI'Iho won scholarship j along '' healing the liilliimed and irritated' tissues.
    abort courHc-, hits planned, and Rtnrtodtt cnlibiige need before he planted them. for both January and the entire that the plant has laid up either for I''I 0-PLN-TRATn :
    A box of (jROVirS;
    I :Not-; only that which represents his threee months are E. T. Rusiell its own Inter use or for the benefit of ,
    fm with much intercut '
    garden plot ALVC for Chest C 'is. I lend Colds and
    11 loss. on this yt'iir's crop alone, his ,I Ponsaeola; Mrs. M. A. Everitt South the seedling, or young plant. Thus I II Croup is eticloied, \ with every bottle, of /
    :Nui-ntcu-; club girl! in I Ik-Soto) county II fields have become infected, with blackrot Jacksonville; Mrs. M. R. Priest We- the radish uses the food! in the enlarged I IIA yts'; HEALING tlo .tY.: The salve

    made curtains for tI In' window. of and,! it is probable that he cannot Inkn; F. A. Cordon; Ja'k..onvilleIrs.; ; root to produce a seed stalk, I should bo ruV.: >c..l en t' c':::,. :.t ar.d throat LI &ee /

    ' : one room, and. studied. the proper : grow cabbage on that bind again soon D.I G. Robinson. Marco; Mrs. U. A. and the young bean and grain plantsuse of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

    hanging of drapperiex.Twentytwo I without the crops Buffering a fate Hull Groveland; Mrs. J. D. Hood the nutriment in the seed to gect I The Hralluil eCTnt of IIay,.' H.'iilinrt, Hunry In- lor H&.th1ec.t.i.g
    similar to this year's.Three Wiescholek S. a growing' start in the soil. file thetbrnetcomblaeI. with the uenling effect of
    I Crystal Springs; M. drove O-Prn Trnle Salve through, tha pores of
    j Hcholarshipii will heawarded I thousand dollars. is a pretty Jacksonville; G. Womblu Jackson> Legumes are a class of plants that I I, he skin noun titiipa a uouuh.Ihith TOil eu get ( pack** of iced .<
    Orange county dub girls for big loss in itself. It could have been I ville W. II. Harms. Sopchoppy; Miss. have the power to take nitrogen from I cult of the rirnedlei comblued" are packed treatment 1 In one SSe.I carton. and the I different and very beautiful now."

    the short course In June. prevented in this case by disinfecting Laura Case Pine Castle; C. R. Kur- the air and make it into a form that I I Just ask your druggist for HAYES pM. Hastln<
    (>IIWEIt I> FEKTILI/EK e I the Heed before they were planted.An I ku Jacksonville. is available to man. They include I HEALING HON.VCOFFINS bile yon an about It.

    expenditure of not more than a I -- eI. peas, beans, lentils and peanuts. Legumes HMtUii' Seeds arc "Th SUnda.4
    KAUI.V) IN:. t'AUI.OI) I dollar in materials and time would I I. C S S S contain from 18 to 25 per cent I It the South." They |lr. the best l>-

    1.0 IS ; At MICiameHVilli' > I'1'.1.\ I have meant ju.t three thousand, timesa i. EXTRACTS FROM: COUNTY protein mostly in the form of legu- I pIta in our Southern gardens and _

    dollar in returns, any would have AGENTS' UBPORTS min. In European countries they & CASKETS per fume. Ilastlugi new 1928 Cat**
    {$ FI... -"Order fertilizer j : : I Joe bai 112 page In all. full of plMrw *-
    man's farm free of these in of
    early IK the nuggcstii to rarm"rBanlCrowel' kept the are used to a great extent place from handsom
    Led a FeB Ll.* ef
    I destructive diseases. which is there expensive.Food .
    d fruin Dr. It. W. Ruprecht very I| Okeechobee-Made arangemcnts for meat very mOyer. In fuU colon truthful. accurate
    Of not all truck! diseases Value vegetables of Undrtakn' Supplia
    course crop : are
    float Okcechohee on d.
    chemist of the Florida AgriculturalExwrinitiit agricultural at crlptlon and val-tabla culture direcilon -
    Station who thatluiigfHtt'd can be prevented, by seed disinfection. I March 5. at which time we will celebrate value in the diet for their vitaminesnnd *.

    cunditiuna miys However a number of diseases of cabbage the formal opening of State mineral salts, some furnish considerable AUTOMOBILE HEARSE IV'. want yon. to have thIs catalog !r.

    i' ncriou.dtdayH lailwuy. In delivery innycause' of cauliflower I kohlrabi, mustard I Road :No.-; R. carbohydrates. .and a few ,' AJ.a,* ea hand. The bat irTtc your home. It tell ml about RaBtlnftJ

    .. in H-thnn- rutabagas} turnips, canatloupes cucumbers furnish in addition, protein. All at the lowwrt prices Special garden flower and field seeds plaatfl
    It'i Uli/.iT" paiticularly } watermelons, tomatoes, peppers OK'u..IIIrop. and citrus are doing contain a large, amount of water and I atUaUon to telecrapb er4m. and bulbs. Write for It today A volaard .

    I. rarlimd I"ts. and eggplants can be preventedby well with opening of spring weather. indigestible material. For this reason I Real tend Babal_. request brings It to you bf raturmBiall.

    tf I'r.I Ititprucht cite.-- an example in, treating the need before they aroplanted. I Citrus ,generally\ is trating growth. I they are suitable to cat with con.centrated .
    Station, hid
    nrh tin' ;
    w' Kxpennient ( foods, such us meat nnd P. DeWI'IT C.-JONES H. Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDIM.N.I ,
    feitili/.er from Tampa welcome '
    Hhipped' Hrndford Have found
    I realize Unit not every farmer who very eggs. Thu cellulose, IHToun, woody, ATLANTA .
    to Lake Alfred a distance! of 1 50( mill I in the and the TARKE I _
    reception county g FLA'IIo4F.'I
    I does not treat his seed! before planting indigestible, : substance, is important .
    tiiul! III which thu fertilizer has been I -
    loses to disease.. However, a man growers are agreeably surprised because It gives bulk to our food. -.. -' 'I
    (.n tliu, road, over two weeks and! hasn'tet prices, which they have been able to
    - can never tell when the seed I he buys This bulb is necessary to stimulate' I I,
    > reached l iU du Unati"". and get on cooperative fertilizer orders.( New Words! New Words!
    nro infected with disease germs, the flow of digestive juices and tu
    y I It iipjiearH i that carload sliipmi'iit.H dial n fection is good( I insurance and, Five cm'loads! havo been! delivered to I promote the movement of food, .along I II Man I thoutand of thm spelled,
    \ cliniC throtiKh in fairly iood! time and heap. date, and( the! end is not )'''I't. I tho digestive tract. Sleeps Like pronounced, and del nedin
    farnierx who Ji I I :
    I >
    .% r. Kupreiht' urges Simply soak the seed in a I-I,OlIm) ) I :Many greens should be eaten raw, I
    ' nut > evil a full!! carloa 1 to join withtheir Santa Rosa--Farmers are ol'oI rin.Cf..lili7.el' / I Log Eats Anything WEBSTER'SNEW
    : .solution of corrosive) sublimate. Put seed since vitamincs arc often destroyed ,
    and pli.ce caiload or- anti cotton cooperatively.
    neiiihboiM i the need in a bait and, i imm..rKu themin : and mineral salts are lost in the water I "After taking Adlcrika I ent1In.thlng INTERNATIONAL
    U'rn. Tim often\ enable them to can
    Yi* which should be in I and the '
    nnwellnatmime. the solution in cooking, cellulose U and sleep like a log. I had
    enve moiu_y_ __ e---! a wooden container. Stir the so.nl.1I I I OI'olllCh'Vilh. good w'ather."trawh"l'ry I best eaten crisp gas on the stomch and couldn't keen DICTIONARYThe

    : no10( ) ('AIM)'; )iouliltAI'K I thoroughly.Vnsh the seed. after thoy yields are increasing anti, I The legumes have a high food value food! down nor sleep." (signed) R. C. "Suprtm Authority"
    I have been disinfected. Spread to dry tho quality is much better.( Farmers' and are classed with meat and cheese j jus I
    J Miller ONE
    ; MNK:> AIII liS spoonful Adlerika removes Get eP,. Brit!
    :: i ill the shade., Then they nre ready. are busy getting other spring crops u tissue. buildinfood., since they I GAS and often brings surprising

    1 Since tri'aj'es -comv into beraini; and.! to plant. I started. :' contain such a large percentage of'!' relief to the stomach. Stops that Here are a few samples :
    C'orrosivo subliinato, be made atthe of food
    can protein. The digestibility/ is |I
    yield paying ieluinn $o much earlierin l\Iarl..n-Ono. farmer at Fairfield full, bloated feeling. Often bringsout affrlmolor! soviet abreaction
    t right strength by dissolving a [''nn important. factor. in determining I|
    the southeast than elsewhere- I has lost 7: rent of his cabbage old waste-matter: you never hot pursuit cyp rotogravure
    tablet in u )pint of water. j per I food, vnluo, for unless food! is avail.
    those contrmpIatiiKr plantinu; nhouldKive to the value of $3,000 from ] thought was in your system Excel Air Council asked! capital ship
    r J Soak cubbage} ,cauliflower kohlrabi crop able to the body it cannot serve thepurpose
    . thy very be"t wire" HO as to insuro ,mustard, rutabagas amid turnips for black rot and (u..urlul1wilt., which '' of food. Vegetables with hard lent for chronnc constipation. Sold mud gun sippio mystery ship

    maximum I production.After I IS minutes; cantaloupes, cucumbers were introduced! in infected se cI. The I' cellulose fiber require long cooking to by all leading druggist. Ru thanl strol Irredentaparavane

    j I the "plants haw been net in and. watermelons for 10 minutes; tomatoes price of cabbage, is holding up well toften the cellulose walls and to cook shoneen Flag\ Day

    the /ground the t'ti-st applicotion of''I peppers' Bill! eggplants for 8 and growers are making diffidently the starch. and protein. IlowDoctors Treat S.megahar P. boat overhead Red Star Blue Esthonia Cross

    t fertilizer should li(> given some time' minutes.M Preparations are being made mone// tame, like cabbage, are more digest. aerial cancaJ

    during I I the month of February. Thisli' ----. ilnnt melons ible eaten maw.'egetnlils /J *
    : |{. ROBIN:. KKDHUF.AST Colds and the Flu camp-flr girl
    u should/ ronsist of caator ,ponioce obone < I protein being surround'ed
    I nu"al-T'k, farmers, poult 'I1I<'11,
    m"111! at the rate nf about OIK [ IS UNWEI.031Et : GUESTt ; by cellulose walls is not so completely l. hit
    nnd getting\ 1C00tl:.
    dairymen are R
    j'I pound. to each plant. %VitEICR ..'n"s animal protein I StorehouseInformation
    t OP sn< \ prices for their products., There is a digested/ as To break up a cold overnight OT of
    When the plants hewn to grow, great need in the county for more ant can not be counted on to build a- to: cut short an attack of grippe In.
    theme will usually be two or morv. oft Plant City, Flu.-:Northern-; totmilataVLiI farmers to help supply, the Jacksonville much tissue as the same amount of Ciul'nz1I. sore throat or tonsIllitis. phy- SertingYou?

    : the youni; i-hoiits from the plunt. Tho i ) spend the winter in and! around market. Orders have been placed animal protein. Dried beans and penslire I sjcians and druggist-i are now recommending -
    1 Plant City are very fond of the big, sold! comparativelylow Culotabs the 2700 P.M" 6000< lucite
    at and
    I IItrt>nJ:'.' t of the.se shout* should be ..10Utteil for several thousand day-old chicks usually a purified ass
    luscious ripe strawberries which the most refined calomel compound tablet that 407.00O WorJ. .nj Ph..a
    ; lettuiK only theno to each price, und. are among
    j' pluntThi indicating that farmers intend l to in. I ... .
    mark t the countryside here.mihoutm.Native economical sources of both protein gives you the effects of calomel and C. lo r uiii BiUHraphical r .Iion..,
    yotini shoot shoulil be trainedon crease the size of their flocks.HOME salts combined without
    I the
    for thatmatter. unpleas- WRITE for
    too of
    are j a sample page the
    a en in- stake or twine to t the wire ---------4 un.lenerJtY._ ,tOt effects tf either. New W "
    there is certain "r : : '11.
    However a
    5 S S S S S S S S S CSSS
    m '?t I which should be nlioiit four uII.II. half 5 One or two Calotabs at bed-time and India P."es. FREErG.
    winter resident who l'OVLTltlISTS
    4'he feet from the ground. Piiuh off all typo of Northern DEMONSTRATIONS KKUKUAKY; with a swallow of water,-that's all. .
    fchoots coining frnm this main fttem is proving very troublesome to growers / AGENTS' REPORTSi Poul- No tsalt% no nausea nor the slightest I Ijntl'rference & C. MERRIAM CO.
    R. :Mehrhof
    that he is .devoid (By N.
    of the fact
    i )ou should! Pint !Ii the terminal hut it by reason with your eating work Springfield MalL, U. S. A.
    of conscience and 1 wants to takethe S S S S S S S S S S S S try man.) LT plea! ur... Next morning cold r;
    wire and. let hraru each I your
    a run way Sumter-Decision to hold a county I has
    pick of the strawberry fields. for i I system is thor-
    along the wire... Tin will! iiHimllv ou and) without fair next fall was made. at a meeting The Hatching Season. ( ; vanl"hpd'lour
    his without
    along about the first of July. Stop, I price.own These winter money residents are one :: of representative men and women of The Florida Home Egg:: Luvirir Contest fine with a hearty appetite you are for feeling break-

    all summer pruning./ I is going along in fine shape now. fAst. Eat what
    ( :Mr. Robin Kedbreast and his tribe. i I tho county. you please,-no danpontninina.
    The first year the plants should be : Although thu robin is the hero of :anumber I There are So; farms rcDortinur with a .ror.npt
    Orange\ -At a meeting of the Home birds represent- R family package'
    'ulthlllt.1. clean, koepinj a dust I I total of about 15,000 *"
    I of sentimental poems strawberry Demonstration Club at Windermore I for the fill dmroetions! only 35 l'ents. At ..
    I production an
    't ? mulch throutrh the miry seinon. f cannot find it in their I ed. average drug storo.
    growers demonstrated the makingof adv
    plants have not made the desired sentimental recently I I entire contest for December was 7.55 ( )
    to be poetic or
    wall baskets.
    growth, a 4i>cond application of fer.tilizer enough to countenance the strpping/ I pine needle or about 25; per cent production. The ---- -- -- ----
    mado them antI were delighted
    t of about one-half toni nI shoul I of their plants and the consequent I women production has increased about 2 I II

    I.e jrlvi-n t th,. latter 'part of June. I tn financial loss which the birds, cause. I with theft.IeSotoOne. I I' eggs! over the record l, for.., November.' -

    regard/ to 1 pruning for the first year's And! so they are remitting in their ) hundred and twenty I Breeders should be

    crop, you ha\e: to ,prune according toigor efforts to keep the birds scared off of I five cans of six different products re. I to select eggs, set the incubator IIn.11

    \ and nize, also different varleti-s. I their berry fields. suited from the caning of a beef nt I hatch chick. Hatching during February .

    reo.miv different methods of pruninn.Dunnellun = Desides, causing 8 to grower, the I, tho home of a Fort Ogden. woman recent March and April so that the

    -- Truth.KSrriSN.I'KAN. rohiim threaten serious damage to lIy. I[ chicks will get a good start before the
    --- --- -- in >
    weather sets sir-
    strawberries hot summer if
    1 \\ i: : SKl'M: :! AVII I.f, i I teing certain 1 conducted experiments near on here by the II St. Johns-Home;; ; improvement programs I able. Pullets hatched during the

    lfoSnlI: i : l ( IN (n.oKin.v) I: i iIZITOIU I St.ito !Plant Hoard and the 1 Florid\ t I have been carried on by all of above months will come into production

    TO AMJII) I1BE.SEI Agricultural Experiment: Station. The I the women's clubs of the county during at the proper time, the time when How to Stop WeakeningCoughWhy
    I February. At Elkton 10 lampshades of is the incline.
    featheied visitors seem blissfully unaware the price eggs! on
    (;iainesville r :::Through time d1 of tho fact that l>r. A. N. ,I and 12 door steps were mado, The heavier breeds such as. Rhode \\

    forts of M 1. R Rnsign: extension en- lirooks, investigator, hat worked patiently and, the women were all delighted with Island Reds Plymouth Rocks Wyan-

    tomologint and pathoor.it! the Flor- and well to biing his plants: their work. dottes and Orpingtons should be Why let a heavy. stubborn cough

    Agricultural, Extension! Service !I to a state or> production antI very lal'ion-\lI clubs. in the county are hatched! earlier than the Leghorns fm I wear relief youdownwhenyou and often break it can get speedy

    !' has reecivelnh) poundi of bean lIel'J! much desires i ti be able to garner starting some nutrition work and it takes. longer for the heavier breeds. in 24 hours throu.;'i a remarkable incompletely new

    li' from three webtein stall" to be planted I harvest so that his data will bo com three-fourths. of the members are to develop and come into production. method based on the famous Dr. King'a

    for testing Al.tchua.. Marion! '! plete. __ starting some productive work also. However, do not hatch breeds to develop New Discovery for Coughs?
    Sumtov, I'ulm Boah St. I.ucie, Putnam i e ----- More girls are enabled to do produc.tlve and arc! apt to go into a "fall I Here Is the method: You simply take
    Escambia Okaloosa. Wanhin JAM'AHY: : PKOIU'CTIOXIN of the fact that moult." one teaspoonful and hold it in your
    i work by reason
    HOME EC.C, LA* INC: throat for 15 or 20 seconds before
    the for the incubatorwith
    tno and Hay counties. i Select
    1 'I CONTEST:. IS (;iKUAIKIt: the Chamber of Commerce has assist I II swallowing it. It has a double action.
    This seed comes from California cd in securing seed. /great care. Keen in mind th ; >l- It not only soothes and l heals irritation,

    Idaho nnd! Colorado, where a good Gainesville! Flu.-January production lowing suggestions! : P! K. but also removes the phlegm and con.
    bit of work has been done to eliminatetwo of birds entered in the Florida Okaloosa-Sanitation work in the I t. Use only well-formed eggs.. WMGIEYS gestion which are the real canst of the
    very destructive bean diseases Home Egg-Laying Contest was con. county is receiving considerable at. 2. D, not select r' coughing. So with the cause removed

    that are usually carried on the set"!. siderably/ better than was that during/ | tention and C. N. Hobbs sanitary engineer around the middle. NEW HANDY the worst cough soon disappears.
    PACK Dr. King's New
    I of Health Discovery! is for
    of the State Hoard
    al1thraonoslnnd I 3. Avoid abnormally large or small
    t These diseases are either of the two previous months, coughs chest colds bronchitis ,
    been in tho recently scoring -
    has county
    bacterial blight. according to results which have just eggs. hand modic croup. etc. Fine for children
    The lot received by the Extension been tabulated and released by N. R. some of the schools on sanitation. 4. Avoid thin-shelled ell'lrl.II. pocket and too-no harmful drugs.! Very economical .

    Service contain seven different varieties :Mehrhof extension poultryman. A Santa Rosa-A county chamber of Select eggs that are uniform in pun as the dose is only one teaspoonfuL

    \\ most of which are uo.\\ cum. total of 51 flocks Is represented in commerce It. being organized and the color, sire and shape. Hor. for year ao..,. At all good druggists. Ask forcyERY

    monly grown In Florida. This to
    : seed will be planted alongside of
    : of the same varieties received. through with 10 Rhode Island Red pullets owned is planned 1 to have various clubs help Care of hatching eggs-Hold In a ,

    the regular charneU of trade in Florida by Mrs. E. T. Handy, Grand Island. I with serving the luncheon each week. cool place; do not hold too long (10 Look for Wrigley's P. K. H.nJy Pick

    and the comparative amount of Her birds produced an average .,f days is enough.) The longer the eggsare 08 your Dealer! Counter
    __ fc
    disease together with the relative pro 29. t eggs per bird. M. N. Shonda a Holmes-The girls In home im- held the lower the hatchiMllt\ ,. or



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    FEBRt\R\. 1926. BR.\l>nmU (tN'fY 1ELCI: 'UHsrtKF_ n.cuw'1': ..,, ,: I:' ES

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    BROOK ER I th(. Wft of my knowledge and hrltrf pruMinMtt }\ l.j mil ....... 1160000Tt.inl r M TK P aid cause, fn or before the First Monday In f!I", allun. ,, Kavr within 'the EiateofF'loyiila I

    H. U WIGCiINt. amount on G..11 Rnailii, fU.DOO.D.Th.t A. D 1926. otherwiii the allegation an officerr agent turn| whom protMl too
    Supeiint, .ndin.of Public In..u.n the .aid ) t b. l In C Eighth: Judicial Circuit MA.h aid will be i ,. .red and that ,
    .. .. .hnl r.ui 'u. th. 11 taken eonfisvedattalrti I .p".alno I..rocr an. ,1\
    Feb. 2f1.-R.*; K.: of 1 .
    Biooker Hns-en nil rw 'c-cu by th* Uw holding n.nrntltltction Ir.d'or"nt .. In Chancery .t you : n,.1 IHMnnl It'On|. ci-ri"'.rntlnn. for the p

    Waldo spent Sunday he'eilh hiparent8 .!. XOTI( H *. ffxrrpt t the qualifications i'hel. ,) ..".. It la furthtr or In Circuit Court Bradford lo the .b.to. in i.l'etion. n. I"iro\Mt nl..nt, ...n... and owinv, t tin of '.ld
    and Mr G. W. HazcnMr Count. Floiinii C, nil :email.Is. : once a week for four conee\iti\c t weekS.lii r"I.
    Mr. *. I \ .
    In Chanevry.Mildrtd I II Iy I.\ an nn nut In.on..nl' t. the Bradford County a weeklytlev'Iit'iiluer riMtratlon. I h.\. within tin' if florIn .
    and Mrs. Raiford Brunnen of( LlmorvCgmplninant.. |>i''ti',iiiin of the Hid, spinal .et .I..rlh. I "' nn nr who process '
    : 1tORO OK OVBRMUOKD .,i He W ('ole. rt al. tuf gtni.ral circulation' j'ubl..hedlit I, K l.r., I ...t upon .1 ,

    Lake Butler spent Sunday here with I \.. I IWNT"ISTEER. 'ItD'. Pi'fetidanlaRill Piarke. Braitrord County, \lorUlaXV1TNK.S8 : State r'''f 1 tAI,>rinn :I lhi h..I:; Ic p n :it ncnon a luhnnma':In the

    the latter's. parents :Ml and :Mrs. 11. Bill for Divorce Ity fc. 8 M \ ; (o Kemot Cloud ..te.It the llonorablv Ju.I..r the turn( who onuld, him! Mid corporations ant\ J
    I Richard, Elmnr. i E\Li. Ihmrnmititwl at'pacng, 'rum the alligation of the Fiithth tuihctnl' t' and the *,ffioal 't also atMinriic from Ihe .w rn lilll nf com- }
    P. Gainey. I><.f<'ndant \ C. A FUTCH tttirn Pill, filed" in the .b" stated cause ,".al! of the Clerk I Irttt.u Court em well a* I l.lalnl In t al ."..... that tile rr.lil.nre .

    Walter S. Wills of Tampa spent Order and Nntic for Srrlrt ..tnl. 2.12.M 8.1."NOTH 'hat th,. ....d.n. and .".,' d..r.nd.n. M fiitinattire. thin the ftth day of January. A. "t Ihc ilifi-mlnnlii$ ttu'r.'Iuu, nitmixl i.uvlt
    and Publlcatlon. I \ .
    I I..wll..a.. \V. (.1. Sophia' (il. ... IX 19211. l'lr-.iat' 'llnIlrral: 1 <:.,inilnu: a coriiornllnn: ."
    here attending* to Im. ( FriiV lEItTRS ) CREIITDIOS \\'m. H Saunder WIll am H Saundir M<*. I',
    Saturday mes8 TD : r. nicn.VRI> EI.- i t'.T t.. \\ AI.! PcRMNi : I H.rlila' Itch roal l ,'nu\\'A'V. a torguilrxt loft,
    Mrs. B. F. Hazen an.l little I DEnSIJAI Queen Sauiideni. bailieV ynns ru.n..ly 1.. Mm I I I.u.a r Souli-r, A..I, lidn, dlo,' a> tr "-.
    :Mr. and uf Circa I Court
    MORE lerk
    Itlnit' mu' fmni rt\\mtt Bi ofcomptnmt N,"Ue*? IH I I..I l i'> kiM n thnt all I ..dltinliKHt .. Ic' launder and Joseph S N\ynns .r .- I Hi' H,.rl.l., Kail nml, C''tnt'n"l' a irnnra.. ,
    Robert Denurlai of Avon Pink : In the ,. cntitlid ... i" ,.1. .7 lohn C Ilirhard Stacy O Illchard hi* ,st\: t.t font < ..11) \
    non a"' <<4-.. few fa\s with ikrindnnt. II.hAr El more. I. a non..i. n..ln. ti,0> viiv of J. O ('h.rry.( Alii' J tin. h"'n.h"dl iaiolma KlrniMclmildt "a. .\. S. CKE"S. 1..*tt. liuxliHi, riluanl. N Dlrdrnu, Miirv C,iro.. I ,
    here ,
    are upending n ( dent of Florle.. \' 21 .n.of ntre. Ind d.I.II. KmOford eo.n'y.' ht.n.by his w""fr. Simmon. J. C. ft. eitor, (or nmplamant Ima f1. ...",n 1.1. wife. N XX' )llnrkett Tho I I

    friends and relatives. I no ptiRtn' "' In tho state uf Morldatrici ., .1 ".(nt their damn duly authon- hnxton. Kasici'tLergt'r) formerly Kato ___ --------1 t I.rhl., I.anil mid I Immitirntii.. ,Company. a

    P. M. Barefoot and duunhters uf .11.n., on whom wOII. l>fndtUrtndant tlntr. to the county judge uf Bradford cuun VOUIIH.V. Illinin Mcgiu-en Sanmlt, rhonmi I .0".rAI.n. ."'I..I.ln I unit niut I Immigration, I
    Mrs. ,. in ,. and C. Ihackjton, Jan SatimUrw." K. M iOTrl
    I cane .. Flo..la. within one year from dnte. or S..h a tnrrMtratlon Ramurl tucker Miirv
    Juanita and Inez of tarke. were hero hinin munt l>* had on defendant by publication thin notice vlll bt held (In bar thr U>. nml all Drew. J. W A. B. Townsend (flrmname In Circuit ('ourt,-. itthth: Judicial Circuit ::::hU wife, K.herl :: I Levi C' Hull I'

    Sunday as guests of :\lr. and :Mrs. K. .prracrtbpd by low in such caso : 'pernon indt"teit to aid estate are ."ul. of tliwion 01 Townnendp. H.br r. ounty. rlorida In (hanrt/ry ,., Itall Nelllo t.h......formerly .1. rr.I" .
    I It Is thereupon or..d that you RI.h.r to pay their .10 debt. forthwith. Richard' loeA. KI'h..d hia wife, Thu" C. "r..r I, I": llBrmll I'nrrl.' Ora I."I.. =

    T. Osteen. Ktinorv. do Ihii lll'i of ',.bru.. A. T>. Ifi'Jff Thackslon. T. C ,, FannIe I'. fhark I .d Stump Complainant I In. H H Hawk .,,11.. I .M hawk and, II. I
    I the bill of Ion his wife M. N. M. t.. Ulantonhi iTY
    of Center Hill compla In the Abo". entitled J. EP1'ER14ONSheriff. IIAnl.n. C unknown and Iliat there .
    Harley S. Hazen ,. cause. on the 1st day of A. D 1U26. ai adminliitratoF of the wife Una Pukes. I, L Dukes h..r I val ., 1h.nl."n..n .
    with his and the A..I. husband.John 1 t' s. at ton A Company nil l IM' ,riia 1..1... Ciumiany. a CorpnatUnet In ninnin Ih. Bute, of Klurlila the .. .
    spent Sunday here parents,. Bradford ." a 2.IZ..t.4-l estate of J. C. Cherry deei-a.ed. i ,
    I newnpaper published in Starke. Bradford unkn..n. and that three t I. no person in th* al ice of a .ulHtrnna, upon wh.n, would hln I wild

    :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. County. Florida ia hereby designated MI NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE nan uf Florida the service of .ubpa. U"UI Th'foalant.. P llcation. Notlr to I d.r""dAnt. anil that It i. toileted by h. ,
    ci Hervtce by *
    Misses Lois and Toleida Gainey the n.w..p.In which this ordi and notice whom would bind said d.f.nd.nl. that ttla Known Order and Unkne.a l>*feadniiIt .complainant, ti.. the laid nnmid .h".n.l.n'n 'I' \

    to Lake Butler Sunday b published one a week for fourcnniurutiv Noti. i* htitby iilvcn that on the 16th lay lle\rd by the mpla.nant the .ald .'.' from the atlfuation of the whose reiildi'ArvB and ... an iknown .
    were vl"itor week of A. 1924. I. the unk'rslgnedguardian named defendant whoa .d.nc. and ages ..Ina .
    In the above cause.ttmt
    M."h. sworn bill complaint complainant are inl the nr r
    Done at Starkc. Bradford Flc.r- for Marion Fdna Jonra Minor will are unknown to complainant are tntefiM. ; of : ;
    county of busIness
    a. m. th realdetic or place 'r
    age. ins'oloe.O In thu and I iii
    Mrs. E. S. Matthews nfStarke I' Ida. this llth day of February A. D 1926. ai">i,ly to the Honorable dvortce, A. (lardn'r., in the property Involved In this suit and th.tCompl.ln.n' the 'I'h* Florida Railroad Cotu- t 7. :' ;:
    Mr. and O W. ALDERMANClerk Count JudKr of Brarffonl County. Florida, at dora not know and has not bean ...r.n..n. Fdward N l)icker on. not known and him mt n club to .r I

    were here visiting at the home of Circuit Court. Brad- hi. office In Starke Bradford count". Florida. atiltt to ascertain whether any of the said The I an)Florida Land Immigration* Company: Iain whither any of ..,1 Known .Iu'fenlsta, I

    Shriver.L. I I 2.18-Gt.3.1D ford county Florida for nn ord.r to all at private *.1,.. .1 the known d.r.nd.n. ..dead or alive and thatit a corporation. Robert M Smith Austin Smith are dtail ir cute )
    and H. E.: Thomas NOTICE OP APPIICATION FORTAIDIID of land lying' and In bill i a person or are persons In. SumnrrBaldwin I .
    R. Gainey Wm. A.
    lo..1 "In. her husband. 1.1.ln. tli.f..ndnnla who hcretnfnri' named, In t I' a N
    JINAJfcK UK stistGENERAL Uradforil Florida diweribcd aa i teratIn| the property Involve in such suit.whoa. lichen S. Tenant ..*. If '
    were business visitors to Gaine"vie., I NI ;U 8 The Northw-Pt ouartor of Southeast Quarter n.m. or n.m. or asea sad liv,ng. or in .. ...1 unknown to o.h'r. If living and If id,I .,1 nil ..rt. .IA''. \

    Alachua and High Springs Notice I I. hereby ; that I... C. 10..1. pf Setln Nineteen (Iflt Titwnnhip Seven whone rridenre are unknown complainant' ..m.ln."t., ..t."that. th.. ia no person Ih'l Inn lnlere.t. under the Raid kno\tn and nnned

    >urcahr of Tax Certificate No. 107. d. South Range T.nty.w((22)) Eaat. therefore it I. onl.red that lbs said known the State of Florida known fendanta aforetald. deeenned, or other "lee.
    morn in ur. fnd day of July A. D. .( -3.! .filed .. '... ; Fold Interest aatd minor a. ftmlanta who .. h..tofo. named In th,. the service ..? a aubpeona upon whom would I and that all persons whomHoettr thiit may ki* h.e

    V. V. Hazen of Starke spent the tifirate In my office and has made application an heir of Mary Nickcli., dectaaed. through ordrr if Ivln. and If dead Carte. a I aiming bin, the raid ,dfft-ndant. or either of Hum 01 alas .tititvatwil In the properly. Involved in

    with his :Mr. fur t*. deed to laau. lo accordance with law -.,d minor'. mother, Florence Jonea Int.. und. the said known and named and that "it i I. Nleved) by complainant that I thla null dmertbrd follow lyinn. and Itelnit .
    week-end here parents Said certificate embrace the following d"CMb: J..V. JONES. di'fVnilanta aforesaid' dt-ceaaed or otherwise. the n.m it .defendant are Intvrvnteri in the I II llrndford County,.llurida, to wit : "
    and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. ed property, ., In Bradford COlnl Flo" -.I K'-5t-3-l Guardian for Marion KdnaJoneg and that all persons whomsoever whose name I UruiHrLy, involved II thla suIt and complainant The South half of Nnrthwiia quarter ofNrihwi'st
    tu.ta minor or name alleged to be and unknown that!, h not know and by diligent '
    thP weekend ida towittIhrw all.|| UI. .. of Section "(A, Town.hin 6. .
    Free spent
    Wynn .
    Miss -- that be or Interestedin been able to q"Ar.
    aero In Northeast corner of South to omll.ln.nt. may : march and Iou|" rv has not uncertain
    involved In this suIt.. dscrlhed the waul di.ft'mlanta. Sunlit U""."*. U t.t.: cunlainiliic twenty acrtvniun to.
    her home at Hampton of Southeast bclna 1 NOTICE any .f
    at west quarter ; "h.'h.r
    l.'p.ry .
    Iw.1 a and being In the rwaid.nc or of Mi 1 alleci 1 or li 'O lie mid lluy herol'y .r.u..d
    hQ.n""S by S Acre Kaat and 'olow. Iy.nl : whiner age, .1. 1..ln'
    Royce Gainey of Gainesvie. spent ,.' Township 0 South Kange 22 bast I I In thv Circuit t'usof tho Eight Judicial County of Slat of rlorida. to as unknown. i I. ...A. or alive er In ejmtencu t. appear" l.tin 1.1 of complaint filed In aul tiaa

    the week-end here 8 Circuit .f Moridn In Chancery. wit : or nut it is alii'Mnd I Ilii ,.auntin or h.'" M"nIO. the lit day of .

    Irenb. The A..said land licing atric.sed at the dat !nra E. Sweat All of luck 81 In the Original Town ofStarke. t tlm aworn hi "r complainl, tlmtIM March A I 1 I lilt .Ih.r... the all iintlunai if-
    L. Gainev.
    Mr. and Mrs. of tha Issuance of each cert 1 fir at* In th* nam Complainant .'I.rld. there eing' recordi in the 'licvithat ..persona firms and i i naiil I'HI I will be liil.n aa eunfeuid:
    E. C. of Wildwood, spent of J. A. JamtBon Unles I aald ccrtifirat shall I II 'I offieo of the ('li rk ,f the Circuit Co.r tt ...oratiunn| mU.n-ntrd In the said 1 propertyim It :le firthr ordered that thu I ur.kr b* lone

    Lonl. of :Mr. and I be deemed according to sw. tat deed willboOn !I( <' Heibrnrer ct ..1.n.r.nd.nt. itretfuril l CUUOlY.o.ld... In Deed Ruk N' ,>l\,'d in ii,,. suit whose oslo'cite, rv.l- I .IMibllihtd mil.. a "..li for four .,"..-cutlv.iikn .
    the homo .
    Sunday the bound of bualne la unknown .". a
    th. 16th d ay uf Mawh, A. page 559, a map showing origin I, 01, place Is In t lie l'r.I..1' ounty T.I. .
    on d.
    i .rtl of rlorida' h*' In the NortVantitiart ail In saul toll ,.. in pravedi aui frI ',. HorUr.lt.rid .
    Mrs. G. B. Col on. 0. 1926 The Sara E Sweat having my Fink. ng .niplamnnt 11. ".l."H'r' |,,|.| .| itt
    __ Witn.'si official signature and val (hi.'I i 1,1,4>" her iv'orn bill, of complaint inthia cause | !,iilhw-jt MUhrter, Of Seet'.n'leoyhlp *( i. "," n and unknown ..mlnm"* ida.

    .. llth ilny my of February A. I D luJfl und, baring dt'm ndtd thin order. and othirwinecmiplitd it. South Iturg 'il t:.. rH,in*. firms: and corporation I (lii Mb., ila, ..f JsuAalii7. A. \ I '". .nl
    NOTICE OF APPL1CTIOFOR TAX GWALDFRMVNClerk with the law. it I. that Me. and they hereby "r. require J to *|1"* i IHhKrloUR it in ,,r.l'rml that all pcrxonafiriii AI'KII .

    flEE) tNDER .'CTIO' 875 OF Court Bradfordl.ELl thai .'.Imln. Interetitfl ORltIUV.. the pear lo the bill of ..n'l| ,tmnt fill'*' In *ai II I <*flti' and corporMtiona, named in tha, urdi'r. if It."Jch -

    TITE9Hi Cl.ul Florida i,,Ol'i "At.4 t dcacribfd nlm.ly : .I or before Montlny the, lt "lny. of1areh. .\ tall or in 'i'10". r *Ir ,iral. or nut M JOHN8.
    TiE r.FNERAL BT \ ) : By A. KMUHF l U. c.lTlE .1.I Ch.rl.h..in.r., Hnmuel 1..rl. Charlcar !,. 1.2. niher\' me Inc a'l 1.<. is .,t saul .*.t<.n<**>. th.. hts. her th*.ir or ,ita unknown ; -,; lor tiniulailiantNOTItK' l.2l.al.8.$4 th
    --f i C cui.f. .d t by the defendant grant*. micci.. -
    H C5 Ma : \\ ym.n. N. W. Ilnckutt. of bill taken an s i holm. devIatcus. ligutriw .. --------- vlly
    In thnt '
    nby notce trlvon and all firms ami cor '
    1,14,1 to pemon
    ; County Annla ., Sol swIMs'
    on purchaser of Tux Snip Cittiflrnlm 10 DtHTUKS AM> tKtII'UU: l"r.dor Suundtra !.nk.Mnttie McFwhion L.w.n. din- I It U further or<1-rol I thnt tltt, oi-ttr b* pub ,iM>miii>na. having or claiming, any mu.n.t .n I
    number ,., .( 2S4 find 286 United by .00 tithed each week for four those ..ruam piece or lots f laud
    Known an If llvinu. and 1Ctli 1 once const .toe and to c ;il.l
    the Tax Collator of Brailfor.1 ololy. Notice I IM Iu rcl>y gum that .I crc'ditore.iClateta havlnttrlulma .,1. thur Mutl.M.ekf..hlnn.bile,,. devlaetirrantcta ..k.. in the It..rd County Tiltgranh anewspaper '> mtf and being in Bradford county. State of In Circuit Court Ir..or.1, I."t) .'lorl.l. Li,,

    Florida 1.ld certificate.( hene d.t"1 July d.t. boh. and Al I..on. 'IC other ,p.lv. .. them t the Thurbur tiubltshid in li rail ford tuunty. Floriia. known and dencribvd as 'ulu"tSuulhiOMt Cbanc.ryHamilton ht It
    4th. l 'il. "1 have r.d inld ...I.nl.( otininst' the .t.te( II K Hlanehard.diciaaid. hylund .lllm.n. a corporation' ita tranefirer. I lorlda quarter of H ... ".-* ifNortheast heath l 1.I.I'I."t| 'on""y. t. s'1
    In myofflce unit mntlu ., "I..tloofor late of B.Mor..unty. sire h..by. or eaiigneee i : and all other ptratma.company This lh ZCth day of Januaty A I' 1'rJO quartr of Northwest quarter AMObtg a curioraltt
    Imiue in .. required' to 0'.. clnimn duly authenticated of North : id
    tax dtid to wihI. or .om".nl. .ho may have orclaim O. w. ALIKRSIlkClerk ; 'nmng at the n.lb..t corner omiiliilnanl,
    I. th* und..i.n.d I within on. year of Cuutr .. of Northwest quarter and run
    t .
    .n adverae relate or In to Clru.t ..
    or .t .u..r
    'i, ...tletf reaiM-etlvrty rmbraen the from or th,. n.hc. ,'il be held in bar. the said, whether In..t. (SEAL) ly) c. A. KNir.Iir I r sectIon line 776 feet tn C All ,
    1.,0 Bradford County, Florida thinto und all persona Ind'bl.,1, to sad, estate known or property not and each of them n.m. Deputy CUrk.B Soul th.'t r'' of Southeast quarter s.f \ T.uli.t .. '
    of Ihc laiuane* I required to ( d.bta to naidadministratrix of North 'ant ufNori I
    .. ..1 at the date are pay I Are hereby re., to appiar to this bill M. JOHNS 'I S.. quarter ) quarter Hull lo Uulel Till and H.mo.e laud
    of ouch .rtiflcac( In the name. forthwith of on .Ir the 5th dity of 3oittilor. for Complaiuant, 1-2U.6t-2.26NOTKB hwi-st qtinrtt thence North 411 feet the known and unknown ,il.fen.iama In
    .Iy hrnlnafter particularly set forth loCertificate lha, lcd cf February* lD-'8. c."pllll Monduy. A".I. I thence Kant f.-H. thenee Month Oil r..ttu Ih'o. I Ui-wit : W C. lenivle,
    0.1 BLANCHAKD I A. D. It(*t6. and unlean emoti of you ."". --- 1,1 above styled cause
    MRS U. U point, of Also a strip of M raiirhir. Pilla Canufl.Pila .
    t rutch, Jane
    said day. the same a rule day a decree "olnlino. .1.
    No. 284 embrace._ E 14 1-3 2.6.913.1. Administratrix confeavo will bln. against and .10 of an off the South end ofNortluajit raucher, Milo, taucher, Myra raurher,
    or of Northraatquarter .r b. ." you of Southwest quarter ofNtirthiant : law nf John Kauchtr.ilw.aeed 11'l
    Acre ROllh..t n.nrt. -- the will Qu.r.r I eter raurhrr heirs at
    Section 81. Tp S. South Rn"" NOTICE OF .BOND ET IOS- '1 he cauaa urop.'rty. 1".0 .xp.r.. to and Inolved In the Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit Q..r. of Northwest quarter, all Nelll. K "urn'I. Ethel M M.h.n_. :
    Ardill .. Bradford County Morula, In Chancery. In .. 'fwenty-Heven' ((27)). 'i.wnahtp.4I0 | J Ross
    22 F.aat. IT aerM. amM-anert I..nnr. in tiring Isabella .I, Stephen
    thus la
    \ auit legally known and di
    Certificate' No. 2R6( embraces Herl,y notice In given that by virtue of authority tcribid na the rrt* l r'. Stump. 'nU' Koiilli, I.n. Twenty.two UJ Mat.onia mid: r.:1MM: :'l'l!It:.., J. W Watir. MaryI
    Corner of Routhwmt quar.Cr vested In the Board of Bond Trustee ,ninir 1112 .er.more or li*.. I' Bnmn. Mary C. A llniwnunit
    Irff at C.I J.hnn, Mary
    cit the Northwest j
    ( of Norh..t No.th..t quarter and run W.t of Bradford County Florida, under a apocial, ,, of N.rthw.t Section 4.quarter Qu.r. Cunl.ianaot.'I. jI, |Pr apiar to lbs bill of complaint filed In htutband Hi.bnm Hntwn each If .lv.. -
    lownshlp 7 South.
    8 1.3 chain 12 1-2 chain Fast 6 urt uf th, leiiisiatur of the State of Florida. Rnoe a I AHut cause on or bi.fore the fleet mist of and If dead. Ilielr unknown helm. .1.. ..
    SOlth rant: Bradford Florida.And .
    bruin.nlno. at the extra-ordinary *_Ion of thelevialniure in Cuoty. March A. l>. 19JA otherwia* the alien nitons' ( and l>r.
    1.3 cham. North 12 '.2 rhiilna to pBrtflcd '' it la further ) that thla order IL Strickland et al. |I h...' .. or Hratilii W layton 'f
    of Florida in No\ember. A. DU I I if ih. bill takun conffwcdiigninvt an.I .
    22Fa '
    Suction 31 Tp 6. South Itnniro t he publnhid! once week for eight consecutive .ul .11 b I. W. ('I.t.n. of hurt I'aynii Aloh.t.
    'Jft. election of ih qualified elector who, 11'f.nd.n. tI ha.. any .
    McfanhlonUnit an you. Irs bavlnii rlii IIIIMK
    t. 8 a" "' Ca..I. II p5th ur .
    wt.ks in the Itrndford .
    cold. .. .0 ahatl redeemed ar frvrhnldera in said county 1 I. hereby calledto County Tuhirraph.newapaner a I Itlll( to I.mo. (1..0. elc.ItA It a further or.l.r that thin ordi', bel hi, claim In a uuI, to I lie
    acconlinir.* .lf..I.. deed |MUthereon b*. held thrnuuhuut the auid, llr 4lford coun 1"'I.h'e at Starko Hrndford count | |.tiring r.m alh..ton. of ,h.1,I l. blti'h.l, "n. a for four conai-cutlv "roMowinii lit IU.il. "t..l. lalldi. In "roM..1 C""Y.t'I..hl. .

    t!Nh> tn of wi A. 1>. Slate of Florida on Tuesday the 16th day >. Horida. .,.o.n bill the .b", .tll.d CA. ,voeks In l he Bradford oiilily 'I''l'si aph a .. to.wlt. .1.,1 < aI'S
    on March, A. D. 1926 to determln whether In won.. whereof I have hereunto sit my that the re.ll'ncm tt, the dor.nd.u., to wit 1It. 'S... I niWMpai'tr of ti<*niial I rlr..lol.". 1.1,1- W-at half of the Suulheaul quarter of f
    I'Y. I Im
    hand and affixed the coal of the Circuit It. Strickland, J. M Jotiv, F. Munspll I .I.y .. c
    Brailford( (
    2924.Witneaa official' alKnatur and Heal not Bradford County. Florida .h.1 issue Cur 'I""m. r" l m II.k. t.I..I. I Ibo l'tiut itwi'tt iiuartrr sol Ihe Writ half? of
    my Fifty, f U'AMu' County Florida on thia HmliyV, MnnmH C J INndrick C. 1)Ihigiitn VVI : Judge 'h. nnd ..lulitmill
    A. D bond in the um of Four to I.n.r.'le liu I .. ..r 2 1. t
    of Pohrunry i
    thin tho 24th day W. AIDFRMAN 021.O. 'I htu.and' Dollara for hard aurfaelnir Irn- ,(IdJ' .f F'br.. A. D, 1926. and A. L lliigpen his wife, Jams righth Judicial <.. ,\t tm.t and the of- lou'hw.1, 'Iu.r.. In 1..n. ""...! quarter ,,
    O W. AIDERMAN P II. Joiu. Fannie Uloiim tins Court' i
    Brail-, and the public roads of acid M. June. widow. I Mrinl neal of the Clerk a.well f tho Northea quarter of th. tnuthraiitquarter
    Clerk of (1."lt Court. 'T.lno orhno I (SEAL> CLerk Circuit ,. M. .lohns. Cxirnellie John his wife the 2Mb. day of ,
    $ I this
    : hln |
    Florida ( ."n'y.' h..n. more .1..lf'.I' not C"r.I a* .lonA.u.e. of ".'ctun, J1. all In 'u'n.hh.| | | 7 HoutnlOioK. I
    0.0 COln'Y. said to be In ) oft *ir>> I Bradford C.un'y.' J. M. Jont'. >'annty H. Jon* hip wife W. C A. I .. Jl\ rant: the said eight and a fractionacn
    l"EAt. By ( A. KNH"T. 'orh.. .. bnl. each .d.n.mn.ton I F C. MAY Jonea J. G Wi... Antonetle Vilber hi* J.nOAr. Itt2fln. W. ALr! FRMNClerk iMiundid .. tu wft : t> I I
    bilnir ai .
    2-26-M-3-J6 nc dol.. In.. for om.in.nt i B W )It.000g0Th. I flraduSFAI r.lo" .
    t 2.12.1- uife William Wm lt.grra. of the Circuit (Court .n.1 I .
    t. xctcd eix cent 1" annum payable : __ ____ J. I by enctlon "line r"n". nu..1 I 1 ,
    -- u 1. Fo.t
    ,.n11.annhielly.' to b the first day of wllDirri 11 luiger*. jenniw rinKnin-ii, ( .I ford County, HoruiaA the North by land o"n. Mary ,
    SUPFRINTFNDENT'1 REPORTFln.n.I.1 I" or January of the. dnt and to mai I NOTH8 J.-**,. Jone. Jamt F Jon_. Mr. Hallle II i R CREWS.Soliiltor \diinm, I licks and t>io puMtc road and on (lie t

    i m' more thirty.010. date i H'Nlgi*. t. 1>. loiritr. rraneiit D I'ooner and I for Complainant I 1.2I.nl2.21I \ 1. nth lillle Santa K. 1.ah.. I
    atatent.nt county arhnol 'fund f .I .: I Isaued I'n to 1 I In Circuit Tojrt. Bradford County FlorIda.In Mary J. Pooner hi. wife. Krancia H. HtnlgMi.urvm 1.1 Ciro.lini.1You S

    Monthly financiau' Statement of Bradford be a 1 Hen,:all.t.thb 1 Chancery. John.. J. Kauffman Mr*. Bailie L>. MM- I j NOTION and each of you are hi'r..ly, required, .

    eounty for the month of January. 192<8. i .1 Ii| n lorida.le.'I''llh.:: .B :J. M. ruby.. vow. and A .Utltilm all unknown tiorlda and -- to lie and npiMMr' .lu'frc th. .Indue 1 of the I.tri i Itn ,;

    General School Fund. ft.,m to the Complainant. shot there la no person'o the State of In Circuit ruur. Fiuhth' Judlelnl CI"ul. i,it f-ourt nf 1>ii* Klurth( Judicial, Clrcu I nfI
    Pal JAn. 1. 10J6 ., __-.u lll ((1Recelnta 'I hut the proviaiona roads In said .t v*. the ..'rv...of aubpona upon whom would bl"d
    durlntr month ._. fi7 I Hi.r.da. to hard ar'.d.rd'or and othcr Geortr Aod..". Hall tt. al.De'endantii fad ,.r'ndon' and that It I* believed by 1 J A. Morgan. the flmt .lev of March. A. ll Itl.'H ntI

    Warranta leaned du.lnl month lR"* 7flTlul HI. b .. bond funda with thi complainant that the said named defend 1 Complainant I,,. court bouee In the Town of Stark.. Flornln -

    F.b.I. 1926 u. .. .' 21911 Ilh..,..' 'Improv.e amount .xped" on But t* Quiet '.J. and Reraeve Cloud nh-se .tdncfa and ages ate unknown v* lo aimwer a swum iii II of complaint p5.
    tliatrlct No. I. I t b known and unknown in ,' In the fthvard: N. nicknernon. et al ,
    tucl, of said *, towt, d.f.nd.nl lnlensttd property I ib ted aiialniit you In the above nam.'ii court
    Pal JAn. 1. ltJ8\( .__-?_. _n. 21.14 Stale( Road ro. .. .. Ctty-Ialatka. Short .the alK>%. styled ..... to-wit: FI.rld. .mpl.ln.nt.involved in this.auit. and that Complainant Defendant I Iv i the eompliiitumt lliuoi, >ton Mi nib I lievelop- I

    Riceli dorms month _.u. ._ All I Jtuutv Rock B.. Surface Treatment I.ttnd and Immigration Company a corporation do** know and not Item able III 1 Kcmov ( ". Quiet Till and Other ,,i'nt f'lut'duir?' a cnrporatl to remov

    Warrant I iiwiied' during month _. 310Hal. nh_.__.____._ ...__ $161).QUO.00Stn r in existence. and If not In existence, ita .r.11 n.t whether any of laid known ri.I R.le. loud and .lillil title lo I lie uhote .(.' crihelHi '
    F.b.I. "'28 l .-__hu.... 24 19 '. Kmd No. 44 Stark to Clay County line, unknown I..I prvnentatlvea. ..gmm, de.'lam or alive, ; and, that it is Order of Service .. Nellie ,, lsnle

    District No.2.I Hock tilurfa. treatment foo..OO.IO'. and Ir.nte. C..r E. Windt and r.ndant by .omol"o.nt 0..0 in ..10 worn bill Known and Unknown lfndnt .' lira,Iford County Tilr.ranh a weekly
    rtal 112H 1M '1 wife, MA..l Wlnl. J.m. Walter 1.1..1.. f I. or are persons lot rentnl U MIX'.faring from the .1..n. of th* "f Slack..
    n'd.tln -- --- rf>a l* to be grav* l-clay (IRS .t a person 'iwmiapir puhll.heil In the Town
    Reeeipta I ih'Wnrrlnl .::- :: --- .i" 211! ) ol.'n. inchea deep.) to-witt, I and wr. *. SI.,. George Andrew In the Inv.lv." in such auit, tworn hill of ,0".IA nl caller. llrnilf.iril County, rl.irldii !is hip by iluol.nate.Iin
    1..0 during month IS (ll K .nJ No I Stat Road No. through Brooker Moai-a Joauph Strauaa. whoa aNne t..o..y n.m. and ax. or age and ,list ihe aw*. osi.t'i.ce or place of buelnesi '1 Ibo WNpaner In which thu notice shall

    ,,- !1021 _h.U_._. 12801 to fIVard Bridge __-1. *A6.000.00 .fartnera trndmir, aa M. ?1 rat and company whim. rcatilfnrare unknown to complain the d.fi'nlaita t"w.,1 N. IU".n.' Mnry I. t iitih.hcd. for four consecutive weeks
    No.3. Road No. If Hampton to Sic, k.I'mk'r' ..n" '"i nine. and If dead tfcafr vmknown heir- .*.- ant Therefore, ft U 0,0..0 that the sail I farolma ... .. 1'1. t..hl.. land. VMINrSH Th. Honorahl. A. / A'lMn. aol I IV

    Overdraft Jan 1. 1926 ---.... HI 5.1 I I..y hampton Reach Also cut ol road I 'I... legate or .rat. Charles F. Pace, known dofvndiinta who ..or.r. named and Immigration, 1 omiinny. n .o..a..."Ir.r:d.. I.onii, Juilirea a. also <1. W Ald.rman
    Tli-eelpta durintr month : Ill( on "is aol A. Pace, 1..1. Maml 'ac.and if all win llnitriek. Ulna: Maria luro.k M In Ih. ( Ityf
    ---- I from State No. 13 to road In thin order and parS I, il I- mi.i I Hill ami of hue cuiirl
    Warranta funned durinir month .__. l 28flOverdraft I Ra. ----.---... 5lS.000.00 the unknown h.I. devl. legatee oranieia tIts claiming t Ivln.paid 0..0. named Hnphla 4 at**. John Warren W.r.. ni'*. ''I f ,'tUti| I In', I Ivrldn, this .ntl ilay of January.X .
    Fib 1. 19! ?8 .___.___ 17801 U..iil No .1 or 4 Starting, at Slate' Itoad Min of George ..ed. .1 ul N.f..ndnnta nfonwald ,cfaaed or other win**, ella J. 1. Door jolly l J r,w hia wil. N. I> I P I94.
    Dht.le No. 4. Stark and four mile Weatnn I.whom are helm at law K doxreaped and that all whomsoever wise nam Hnwnmon roulu wiko..k. John GI..on. .Iohl O W Al.I>MMNSF C

    But. Jan. 1. ( ---- -. .- Cl.UARucclpta the road. .hl.h runmoo adopted' by the .ne.1 p.rl. h..lnl or claimtnir names are p..n.allotrid to be aol are unknown t t. (reen. if ..'.t.n. all : M i Cl.rkI .
    month .:_: : S3 10"War to any, title In. .r intenaifdIn I ',nl'nuwn to the complainant, and that there
    durinir Road Ioht.
    -- -: State toad L rrartment for State to complainant. that may b. or I-l; KNIOMT ItnrUe, Fla
    anta during month _. 1101' No 28 .__. $1600000Road tir.nt claim or .Ut* In t the South In thl. ii'scohod I pinion. known to complainant. In 1.2'') It. 2.4'U
    the omrdalnnnt
    I."r .Un. '- property .ul. Solicitor for (
    ha f of the In"lv.o I .. the service of pnih
    .__ __ __ 41 No'hw. Qu.r.r he North- nit rlo.I. a | ennitlm
    Bal Fell l 1921! nO 121\ No 9 in Starke and I .00 lying In "r."ore .oun'y.t'I".ld. .
    No. 5.Ttikl Sta.tnl .unnnl half of the Northwi-at quarter the North 1.ln. whu" wf.ld bind the aald .h.r..n".n.
    m.tr. miles out on nn :n 6.; fownnhip A h. r;.. towitThe I "r ilher .f them that it I I. I, NI.OIIEI
    .. 210 41TfeeilntH In.e Routhcactquarter b.l.v,1 )
    Tan 1. -- -- .."n Spring* l oad .-. 91600000( I.u 2 Northtant quarter of th ,0
    120 .. .. | and that named
    nih-- : : ..nt.lnln. I. lying Section "iAln.nt d.r.no.n. ..
    during .40 of
    No. VB From Railroad In Lawtey to Clay nf the North< a t .
    R.nI I County. State of Hondaftrertingit fnt. ..| n.perty I t I r trciiit fmtrl. l I. dfiird tmnty rIarf4aIn
    I .n..lv..1 .
    Imiueil month 3.00Hal. I"o I eontainlnir
    \Varrantfl durlnir County line----------------- |H.00 00Riml 12 I !. Townnhip, 6. fiouth Range. 22 Eot. n.I i roninlfilnnnt alleges that he diu m t
    F.h 1. 1"2 217.01District No J' From Starke-ltrookcr It ,ad to 10 acM-s or lees be and they ChanreryInsepl.
    m..e and hna
    No. I.Iltil. ...._ You and each of ymt are hereby .Q.I. to the bill ofromlalnt and by ,11".nt search In'lll.y tut A. MareotteOimptninant.
    Vnmp,on City .nn flJ Out) 00 hf r.nr are ,' to I.w.
    to bt and before tho Judge of ..lr .10' '., able whether any of the .
    Jan 1. -- 1 "lowno uft Court the flth Judicial of .10 wh,. pint
    Clrcu nld
    ** age resial.'nc or .
    d rl :: 14 SIt Damon Cross f A. D 10J1ottivrwine .h.nonn. v*
    from the ;
    Monday M.rh. .
    .6m.n'h !.d E..n.lon Florida in and for Bradford County on Mon- I' will I.e f I unknown la ,l'sI rrtlivi CrorK W, Cole et at ,
    Viarrnnta I.A. month .. 1240 ftna'ls by place tolu.ku.Jarore the nf .. bill .1..0 .
    I.o..h' ciiy. the first day of M.rh. A. D 1024 at .1..ton. I *. .. In a..nr. or not. .1.1 It In ci.li'v.'il Ile'nlanis
    B.I..b.. 1. 151.11nintrlct Road. *ft.400 00 taken aa d.f.nU.I
    No.7..i ., the court his. in the 'o"n Rt..k. "lo.I.. I. further.nnr..d. that this .. be pub In the .orn of e.mol.lnt that h* Huil, T* (lieu lille* md Krai*** I lourfTo
    S..k.C.. R.dA R.,1hy to bill of there firm and cor
    answer a aworn complaint am persons
    v ,
    eonaecutlvaweek b.l.v. the known and tint nown ilffnl.int In
    ltd.l Ian loTReeeipta rank a each for
    ; ---ihu.:- Mo..n' Rod ava nut you in the above named by the once fOi. |M>r tlonM |intereateI. In the aid property in.nls'e.l the above ntylitl rnns, to-wit : Oecgn W
    d'.t ._-_ 3 87Warianta Hxunsiim' .- .,__......._n S 1,6,10.00Road cur In the Bradford Co.OIP) T.h'I. a
    : t Starke-Brooker Koad complainant. J. M. Trb. t.mov. .Io.d and .. | In thl suit .h.. n.le. age, ,pine ( ute Mar T Itlrhard Ji,hn J.I YoungVarv
    month' 100 No 1$ rum to in
    I: newui'aier > Co.nty.
    dlrl" .
    Hal. Feb 121 1ninlrict Doanet Bridge _________. 1720000 (| t title to the "V. d..bd lamia. AndIt Florida Jubl.h.d ,r rafdtirica or ,place of b.oln. I I. unknown V, ung. t-srh If alive and If dad to their
    --- .
    S No. R. Bowl, No. 17 hum Starhe-Brooktr Road to the having return been of the made .pp.r of Rradford this court Count by. l'kiu I the 26th day of January A !> 11'JO 4. I u d I complainant against auch. and known In saul and I Ik'::? I Ia defendint pea,- llnknwn iiu'irs, ilpyloris i'g.iipcs ,,r grantee..
    Rh.rir and to all partle havlnir who eln l
    W. Af.DERMAN or may m >
    l G.
    hal. Jan 1. 112H 1S1 HIRpce New Hope Head by W. a .
    1..n' Florida. In Issued firm and
    pu .h.ln. month ..u. A lIltW.rant ..... .. ._ _n_.__ .__ t. ,ih* upon a .uh.n.that Chancery the above named I filEt.) Clerk of Circuit Court. persons it ia ord.'r-.l thiit all penonH.f )lam. any Hirtit title. InlereMt or estate In and
    d.r.nd.nt b.la. C A. KNlf.lir I 'o fold | and 1 nf Mloek 21!. as per original
    thirinir month (I 00 No.E From Roater Road to By
    in thfa order.
    R,1 of them can heI'o.nd 0 11 nil cnrntiratlona
    ._ <>o the Deputy Clerk n.m. mitp or plat of the town of Htarke, Mra'Ifordf'ounly
    Bal Feb I. In26 I4S5Il Line------------------- $1 800 in Bradford Count. rlorlda if living, nr In existence or If ,dead or n.l I
    >i.trlrt No. 9. Road $o. 16 from New River-Scout hole roailta 'ri,. Bradford County Teletrraph a weekly P. M .IOirs'3 .'I..n.. then hia. her their or It* un Moridn' as ai |iear* of record In
    Ov..d.at Jan I. 1924 _... ...__ in 92 Brooker-Scouthole road by Will Andrew newspaper In the Town of Stark. Sollciidr for Comilainant, 11-2t5-t.2.26. I flown rfevlneefl legatee grantee. aue fl'ed Mo ik M *. pmr 1R1( ,. *'f the nubile nrMl -
    ................ puhllhr h.I. of ITradforil ountv, Florida
    durinir month ._h.n' 2ft 0Warranta *. .. 1540000 Bradford .. I. hereby dealgnatedaa -- --- -- cf-nsor and ajmlgn and all firm
    (united during month .._ 3 nft Road No. 2i From /.0..1.* Stl north to He- the newspaper In thla notice NOTICE nnd "rnn.any Intermt (.reeUrtff t
    Bal Feb 1. 102(1( .. IS 18Malrirt n.1 W ilhnms pi. East to ClnvCounty he publIshed for four.hl.h conneeutlve weeki..h.1 i j In 'rI'ihIrrn: : piece or lots of You and each i,f y.ni are hen l>y require

    N.. 1C. Line .....hU_ _.._._ 1(40000 Done and ordered at Bradford County In Circuit Court EIghth Judlc al Circuit it .1 I Iyl." '., countytjtti ., lie and pit-ar hrfor the Judge of the
    Pal Jan 1. 1921 .n __ 22" 17Recvipta Road No. 23 From Vanderbilt School to Road Florida in S..rk.... 5 VMth day nf Rr."o"County F "rida C hanerry I' .; of Florida"known and described aar f icuit Cart, nt the lOb' Judicial Circuit nfMf.rlila

    month __ __. 11 18Vtarranta ( &. near MeKlnnty Branch ...... 15.400.00 January A. D. 1929. 'Itaw. In and for (firailfnrd County. nn Mon
    duiintr, month 1* n Rnail No. 2 From State Road No. 19 weat A. Z. ADKINH Complainant. r - .heRou.h".t
    1..0 _. Primitivelluptiflt The South half of the Fast half of ,.urt house In the nf Florida
    _R.I..h._ t 9A1. through l'nd.rh,1 't.m.nl by 1.20.U-2.26 Judge. r town Starke.
    on n of Northwest and
    -DI.tri.i-I.n--: | I ... with .ItnalNo.. ('alvlnt ,ilnn al ,I qiiseter quarter 'I' answer a awnrn bill of complaint exhlblteluPci.r.t
    9 extension .................. p I, the West half of Southweut Q.A. of North- tit the aims
    Bat Jan 1. 1"26 ____ _._--... 2911"l 910.30000itoad NOTICE I".nd.nt.Bi and th North th North- lOU penel court by (lie
    Recoipta durinir month _._-_ 11.70 No. 26 From St.keBrok.1 Road n.. ,, R.... I.ad Q.le Title sad Other vet u.r.. of the h.1 .. Sec eomplnlnant. ,I,*e|'hln* A Marfotte, to re.rniiv .

    W..o.l.nurd durIng month 300I.I. ( V.I Byrda t Ik Churh District to In Circuit Court Bradford County. Florida. 11o. west (26)>,S..th..t Six.. ((6).)..r South *. elnml and to rp.Ut tile to th* above 'Ii.) .

    F.b. 1. 102 n... .n.n._ 80088 Intersect with No. 18 _,._ $640000K4B'I In Chancery Ovdsr of Service Ntlc T. "T".n'p,1 arriled lands
    IH.trlct N.. 11.Bui No 26 St rke t Clay County tin T N. Harria and J. 0 HarrIs. Iiwn and L'na_wn I..a".nt. Range Tw.nty-I.. f22 Past filed In l"he Itradfnnl Tounty Tvleuraph a weakly

    Jan. 1. I92H __-..... 7" 4T1"i I I iBv.sant Road > __..n_.. $400000. It <*artng from .1..U.nA of the I Ixi .p.r to 'the bill of complaint fMnrrh n* 'vsiapee tmhllihed In the town nf SfsrV SIt
    C.mpl.lo.nl before the first
    Riceipta. Hurinr month -_ 12If '"nl, 'o. 27 Commnein.r near J. S. t.o: ,.. sworn of complaint '* can**. .1,1 I cause. on air day < i.ir. rd Tounty Unrl.ln Is hen by ,leal.nstedao
    ( A. D |ft20. otherwise the
    Warranta hailed dilrtnir:: month :. on place on Stat No. 13 running Weat t Laura De Th.mp.on. ft al., that the I age resilience or place I of bualnea* .1..U.n. hit newspaper In which thl* notice shall

    Bal fcb I. 1924 _. _..._. 21.91)flietrict I hum frigo then south to Rosier DrfendantaSuit of th* t.r.nd.n. Calvin WI..n. Luclue Por- of said hill, will b taken ...n'.d be rui.lirhed fur tour ennaecutlv. weeli

    N.. II. -. $400000Rna te galeS and Kane Clone" let P. WI.n CatherineWIlson youIt WfTNFSS th, Honnrshle A. 7 A,Ik ins and
    4 Bal Jan I. 1924 .. u _.-_ 19.741Ree.lpta ,I )'o. 29p'n'ht.;; ; bridge on To the known ad Ti.unknown d.r.nd.nt In his wife.," E Overton Kat lished 1 I. further week ordered for that this or.r h pub, A V lonir Judirrs aa also (). W, Alderman.

    durinir month .-._.n.... 200 to Road the above styled cause. to-wit I..r. osThompson Frier Miriam May .r. Th Atlantic LurrUrCompany I lin: one Bradford a : weeklynewspaper Clerk and the tit-al of this Court In th* eli*
    Warranta (Iiwiied durinir month 4100Os'erdraft No. 0 _. ......_....hdh. 1.80.0( L.ur D Thompson and hunband a corporation P Strong, and I JSternberg I the of general County. .i.published a In rf StarkP'lorti.. this 19th day of January,

    Feb I l'"4 .'_ _... 21.21flI.triet Roal, No. SO From D. B Brownlng'0 James B. TI.n. Angel",,. W.I... Auo.t. partner doing b.ln. under the Htarke Bradford County. A D 1924 .
    No H. 0 by St.lno and Rob Futch to Roaier J Burn Pratt, I. oar of Truby Sternberg and if R. W At.DRRMAV
    B.I Jan t. 1028 _.... Ill Hi! Road .- ...-.__.u___...._--? $1.HO000Road Hannah Pratt hia wife. Mrs. H J. Strong P..t endhu.band. living or In *...t.n. ..all Cmp.n.. t the WITNFSS Judicial' the Clreult Honorahl Court..Judge and th 'MEAl.) Clerk
    Reevlpta durinir month 1IHR No. 31 From R. Lan on Stat E Strong. Julia E. Solomon and fnm plain ant. and that I I. no person the Mphth h wellniipsgnatur. f>, r. KNir.MT. Rl.tk. Fla
    t. of Clerk of this
    flefal oeJ
    Warranta umued durinir month ._ ft 00 Road No. 13 by h and E Land huaband W. M Solomon Cecil Wilcox and Wat of Florida t aomplalnant. the IbIs the 16th .r of.Jan.i.AM 1..I'elior fur Complainant I.to.BI.J 114

    Bal Feb I. 1525--------------- J47.JJ E. Crew* to Crawford Road $6.400 00 w"" .. Anna Fag* Witeov. if .1. and If dead, arvie of a aubpeona upon ...hnm.w. ..hl bind( A n .
    ni.lrlcl N.. IS. Rna No. 92 From H.mp..Kaa. Hoitrht I their unknown heira. d..I. legatee* or the iM .* SI tsieal aad uu.. n. .04 O W AfDKRMAV NOTICE OP FINAL DISCflARC.r

    Bal Jan. 1. 19J ._ 8749 Road through M..ID G.n'a to .r.nt.. and all persona having or claimIng' I that .I It la Iinby".o'n that the Hr.H

    Receipt durinr month ._-.._u 9 13 Ra No. 10 .._ _.-...._?.. $360000 t have any riant title internet or Mtat in : named '.ndA.. In the property I SEA I.) Clerk! of (ford(stall Count Court Florid. clot, days after date, on to-wll the nth day

    Warranta iaMued durlnv month __.. I 0 Road 13 From LawUy City Limit byway I and to the following described I.nd. to-wit : Involved In thl ai and complainant( nl.I. CREWS. of March, A I). ID21 we will present to Ih.Ifonorable .
    Bal Feb 1. |.28 _._. 90.8 of Dr Caradin ?--?.._? $000.(HI iota I .ne 14 and A..tb I.* 9 and )lease that h* 6n and by dillvent 9. I for Complainant Clenrif., A. Cardmer, aa County
    m.tr.N.. K. Road No. 34 From Hampton South throughHampton 11 11, of Llvlngaton. Truby and search and Inquiry ". not town able! t. a-. I ltr 1.21.fl22 Julve, .6 flrtiirnnl County, Flnrlda our vouchers

    Bal Jan I. | _. SI lt 114 Park to lachua County line Company Addition to the Town of Htarlte.Florida <-.rtaln whether any of the aald df f.ndanti. -I NOTICB and final accunnta es executor and 5mb-

    R.lpl donor month _,_ _... tl.70 _.___. .. ... ___ h._________ $8.800.1 which ,lots front 7ft fret on Cherry w age, raaloVnc or place of business ,'p tH of the la.I will aid tOTlnment of Mary p
    W..n. luued durinv month _- 1 00 Rxad No. s From Thereana eat on l.k. and Church Street alleged unknown. d..d .r alIve. o. In u. In the Circuit Court rivhth JudicIal' Circuit Ifapkln., deceased late of Bradford eonnly. ''I

    I.F.b.. t. 'A2. .-. 14124 Road CIa eeunty Ha. ...__ $360000 Gn.'..*o ..t.n. .or not. and ,t la alleged Bradford County. Floriil. In Chancery and allied to b. itliicbanird a. uch oeeutor I
    'm.tr.N.. Rna No 36 SUrk.Lb Butler Road You and each of .. hereby required 'In th. sworn of complaint that W. Webb. sad .xvcutrli. 5.C
    fK.rdraft 1.._.-. 4 IIS by (.... Cone i t R.d thence northerly to be and appear before the Judire of the Circuit h* believe there .11 peraona firma and corporation F. Complainant This Mb day of ,lanimry, A n ID2IIroirv .
    -Ip. durinir month .u._. 4041 to road 4 _____ ... --,. $7Jf.oi.o( I Court of the 8th Judicial, Circuit of Florida interested In the a4! property In. v. IW.KIW

    lour iltirlna month.. H 00 R. ,. 87 From State road No. 1 East by in and for Bradford County, on Mondaythe In thl* iu,t. whoa* name a,.. rnlden Florida Ftallrn.d f'nmp.nv a tt .1.1Dfn4 I KATE LIVIN .STO <
    B.I Fcb. _......._ 2.4Sno Tipping Vat and V.rb.rUh' t Clay fmt day of Marsh A. D 19211. at the pi.of buatnc la unknowa t line ......._. __. ... $ .400.00 .
    DI.tr.N.. |U. County court houa In the town of fitarke, Florida ant In said hill relief I I. prayed againstueh Bill t* Qul.t Title. anil testament of Mary hopkins, I
    Bal Jan I. ... ._ nn .HI Road No. 3ft From Angus Mall place onState to anawer a sworn bill of complaint ..ahibitac'lagainst pu ) known and unknown defendant. ...*. 'I Tt by the sworn bill of complaint l-t-Ot-S I ,Imeas.4. '

    Ree.ipta' du.ln. month ..._ ___. 240 Road No. 13 north to lampl.n. I you In th above named .our by the firma and _. filed "p.rn. .* utatcd cauii which ... .
    Warranta ,. month 22 40 Hampton Beach Road 'unh_.. complainant' end 3. O to remove T'fFKFFOKK it U ordered that all elnud from title and tA qti..rt
    Pn remove
    Overdraft Feh... d.rnl 1921 _n 2 .SI Road No. 81.( From Stat Ro No 13 t Road aloud and quiet title to .b above >. ? and eorrmratlona n.me In thia or.r. the.title.of the complainant( tft the land that NOTICB OF FINAL niflCllAltCBRIctT '
    ._._._. $ )
    rd _
    A ) ... dead
    90000" If la .
    t. 1924. 'Cr.ror .rb I.n. living or .. .r n. ttMicrlhMl In ibm said bill of complaint. S
    'h..?.,. Ce.nt.. F.b.u.r foal Frm Starke-1.ake .d County TIerar a weeklyaewapatwr *Xrtne*. then bee their or It unknown that. the 8h.rlff of Rra'Iford County. Florida das after late on to.wit the Jlrdilay g,, ,
    8t. .f at Road 5 intersection to New River pabhahed ia the town of Atark. htra. devlnee. levatee. graaiUuc haft mad. the Summon. In Chan1 of March, A. D, t!>2*. I will present to
    I h..b"Flr. that th. fo..nln. ".te ....____._ ___.._ $260000No 8..drn" County Florida ia botch. .. erwin and _,.. *ad t .i _"0. irma 1 .. duly .turl l..iil in eu.. that the ...Id.um.n the Honorable fleoree A fardlner. an County
    mallS of receipt and R" 41 From Stat R a4 No. 13 peat to n..d the newspaper In which thia to and ...o".n. having claiming? anylntrrv In Chancery.10 unexpcutcd and can Jii'ltfe. of llralford County, Florida, my
    th. fund of Br.ilford county foe the monthof Road No. 10 near Richard Albr.. ..ndKnl.h. b. published for four consecutive wpttn t tho*. pleee. or 1 lots of land .. nnnn FlorjK| Railroad vouchers and final aecnuntj. a. administrator

    January. 1928. la true and anreecite .'. ..._ -___________... 1.800.0 WITNESS The Hooorabl A. /. Adklna and i tying and being Bradford county. State rfHda a on.c.rtH>ratlnn., The Florida Railroad Company no.ay. of th. estate of SuIt P. Jones ,
    Road No. 42 Commencing at .r n. 4 V. Long. Judge. .alto C W. Alderman.rWk "- known sad described ?follow t a corporation. Florida I.and and Imm,. ihweaaed. late .f Bradf. county and ached J .4
    ella place at city Phalli and run wealatrry and the seal thIs court In th* City The South half of th North_ quarter ofM ion Company th and th. Florida. to l>e dlacharifed aa such admlniatratorThU '11 '

    T )..s BM. to B fi Edward plac thence northerlyby of Starke Florida, thIs Seth day of January. nuarter Section Twelve 112)) l.an and enrp.lo. a corpora- 12nd Pay nf January, A l> I 1924
    Q T I A, M. J MeSas place to Road No. 8 A D If2<. TOWTKO.IP. .' Eight '81. South Baag Twentytwo lion. four of" the. defendant named In said' W. J. EPIKRSOV

    ". sad .I T... --____ 14.11 00 G W. ALDERMAN the failure of the Sheriff a. Aimlnstr.tor, of
    I f rRUlu_o OJII (Tablets' ) .cam b Road No 43 Commencing at a plot FOakln (SEAL Cltfkn nl) Eat. ..nt.nIA" Twenty, .. more hl .f r"mpl.lnt to owing elect t or appoint the s.taus.f fc berl P. Jone. deceaneo

    place 0n Road No 1 aoutherly E. WHIrA. trke. 77a5.11.11ev or 1 teea. filed In .and. owing to 'Ho. olr. t said cor- 122-6t.-S-l9. .1111, I-
    of oenr.aint'
    : ".1 JW.CR\H..oabt. : t Road *a 9. tb.. southerly ap- .Cp'.IJt' 1-1..2.2. D appear t the bill "ot..- f.lur. -itS

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    ".mH.\.... FEBL'ARY 2S. 1926.

    RA..n. -
    1ELE -- --
    BRADFORD COUNTY --- W. Anderson----- .,'.:..... I -:')..,.,. ,\:):" C'- .-1 't't'n.
    SCHOOL BO.\It I) ] :\\V. Edwards and In-\\ ? HM p-vs *
    I'Ma; EIGHT; COMMISSIONER; RHODES\ .pectors.! "LAX-rOS WitH 1' _I>:'IN"'ls n Bpoclally- '
    -- ---' ---- cordiall invited and we .\To--'I- ;; with I Precinct No. i Grahlll11'r. lonlu-Luxntive for liubiiuu1Constipulion. '
    are I MEETMFII in--regular; scbsion prepared Syrup
    I the prayers of Gud'Jerupts. Board met clerk end Chesle.v Fogg JohnSurrency i It relieves. promptly and
    covet J iver
    Telegraph \ sincerely I I11' follows:: L .
    81+ aiIorti l County all member present as ; and O. W Dvnl inspectorPcrcinct should be taken regularly! for 14 to 21 daysto
    -:::: I that he-. will I would liketo announce W. Kicklitcr and J. A. Wasdin. : No 5 Hampton--J. W Induce regular action.. It Stimulates and I
    --=- :\ Hun en announces to glower- of this county that meeting read and Johns., BHavnes Very Pleasant to Tallo. bOa ..
    weekly and entered as !l-ieiuh u series of flseernums State :Marketing Commissioner Mirutes. ul't last .Jones clerk and Garfield Regulates '
    Published and, children< 'fhe fir..tone meet with the approved us read. and J. II. Saxon inspectors per bottle
    matter at the post JIIUMK/ of hm promised to U. C.
    End and
    second class I is entitled "Tho Business Urowers' Asoclatlon at their The board declared Biooker Precinct No. 0, Theiessa-

    office at Starke, Florida.\ : .1 Hoy." This sermon will be preachednext Staiko next meeting. (', :March 0, 1S2G, at the Bradford< districts consolidated by Heibprge-r clerk and C. A. Youngblood' I j jD. I O. .+i+i. f... i-.i+"" "!

    Sunday morning, 1-cb. 2/*., 11:00: This meeting will be hell 1 election held Nov 3, 1925. W. Moore and 11. 1>. May: inspet- .

    ...._ ..._ ___.OwB.t. court house. \
    K. S MATTHKWS -- u. m. at :3l1j):(>!) p m., and we would be glnd The chairman and county supcrin.tcndent ,
    ..... M.n.glna Edlur.PUBLISHED ---*-- : tors.Precinct 7 New River-W. M "
    C. HO1IIVHON-. i --- of the growers here ordered to borrow sufficient No. ', : SALE i
    I. s"lMAUk'S: ; to have us many were D. W. (
    OlttiANI/K: C. :M. Phillips
    I us possible. us he is to give an interesting funds. for to-day's payroll. Parker clerk and FOR
    EVERY FRIDAY )Kpisfiiinl : and ; and S C. Crews inspectors.
    I ladies of the St. :Mark's talk on the proper packing I Tho following bills were audited D. :M. :Mal
    afternoon other. Precinct No. 8, Brooker-
    met of
    -- church grading ordered! paid:
    and Col-
    G. B.
    -- SUBSCRIPTION RATE | organized n Guild, whichwll Every grower is given ._ 60S.M phurs clerk A L. Green, CHEAP
    I and'I truck crops. rtnrhinic. -' .n i
    _.. 66500I. ) Inspel.tors.22G3t.312.
    and this J. J.IOl'gan.: .
    attend nnd
    --- ---- '1.50 is to bo called I St.lurk'! G u cordial invitation to :Tmchlnic -. ........- W. '0II son 1 '
    Per Year ----- -- -- offacers and meet Mr. !Hhodes. I..china nl ......._.__._ 2<>0.((10 ,
    Six Months ___________________ WMa. ,I n elected\ 1: (I'r"'liclent\1: 1'''. call attention of the II. II M. WiKHin VMiixIni. >Incur.-...........-.... 'O.lToon.p. -' -. :. OFFICERS I
    were I I woul like to .... 41.0.00 DhPl"r: IthKISritI10N -
    I I __ Vne-president, :Mrs.. Edward 1. this county, who ... _. 270.00llcinril .
    .' j J. I.. Fra/n : iB" boys und girls. of li-aihinK -:. --_.....- 10.10liqichiiitf I p
    Burps' Secretary-Treasurer I would be interested in club work. Due Hrrxice. ..-.......- eodoCentral t. 6 Farms in Bradford and, ,,;
    Alvarez, Chairman of Finance,, start here it will be Co. l.ssup B1 JdTrnnii each precinct from
    I Ailcui members of to getting a late Scluitifio. .__ _.___ .._._. HO.OO To be opened\ in t Union County at $20.00 per .
    The much timein 5 H':2i5.Precinct .
    J. :M Alvarez. to to April ,
    Mi-" impossible for me give .ervico .. H Mrruchpra. :March lit, 1920 :
    K: M. John legal Bonifide?
    I (the Guild; will meet the first Mondav: enrolling members But any one Hint I i. ___ 0.00 No.. 1, Lavvtev, Geo. W.Robei acre. Terms to
    home of Mrs: O. L. I will write :1 I .___ ___._ -...----_----- 78500I'rnul \ cent down, .4
    nchcm. ---
    the | '
    and 20
    I in :Manth ut 1 interested in this work < 4 _.............._nu__._ 10.00l.nehtre ts.Precinct. + Farmers; per
    Keasley.ADDS me I will be glad 1 to enrollthem. ] ) -11--.___________-..__--__.__ Iso.os'rrsuhrra No. 2, Staike, (North) .T. balance payment. Interest ..
    _. or see II ._..._.___.._.____._..___ 25.00I.HChim easy
    t; :. : im.00r.Bfh.T. F. Kickliter. For .
    ,"1, .' '! TO nFFICF I I Fil'll'MEN'I'Dr. three clubs this year, :'I .. ,JJ).::::: :::::--:::::::::- 10.00 Precinct No. 3, Staike (South), J. :!: 5 1.2 percent. .

    I I um adopting __..____._______.___ MOO further information ate L. II. ..
    N' : ) VI. F Middle-ton I has added u I' corn and poultry. Any boy or I'mchvr INmhiT 18 It.. __._ _____..___.___ 10500Shriver W. :Morgan.
    : JI" tIu' pig n..n .......___._ 205 C. B. Rob- It Write .
    ,: :, Deep Therapy Lump known as girl between the ages of 10 and IS :J. W. WhIU('o. Btovn IrI.n.: pipe, Hive 19 pine 17 ____ 1.25''I Precinct No. 4, Graham 1 : : Hill or ...

    I 4954 I'insin Has, to his office equipment can enroll)) in the Pig Club. Each one W. E. rimrnlon.. Jan. S.-_.__.... AO.U" .
    I uilincnlH ........ OnT erts.Precinct To be filled '' ... .. ..
    llighwa, of. human a purebred 6 15 No.5, Hampton,
    National treatment cf scores required to purchase Anlhom' M uro jnn. "---
    in for \ will bo :
    (Membership ion : stove pip:, <*. 18 ........ 25l .
    with work > C ,
    Association( ) I .. His sue crss in ticatments pig and keep a record of l>. ('. Junes ntiv 1"1"| | 12 -._____... 1.00 I.I I. I BANK.
    / .. --.--' 11 !,ort"hla' \hine similar to this and, cost of feeding this pig. The pill ll. C. Jitncfl. liHlK-niM and lump 3 __._ A.:JOHrHitftiril I Precinct No. n, Theresna, P. M. LAND .
    3 I La
    model led,I him to install the mnre pow.iiful purchased, any time betweennow ctmnly' IHiifmiilt ryd---- 00rrnnup Geiger. I Z
    A vote fur bond- means pi ogress.Avery \ apparatus for office practice. cau be and May: 1st., and will say this. .1 I.: It (.;iHiniy 12 : stove !.I tM>: I.H ::::::- 2\\:50Teacher I. Precinct No. 7, New<: Hiv'r\1. L. ,' COLUMBIA, S, C. .>

    ---u- 1 10 ._. ___._____...._ 10.woJ .
    Ft \ new song, "I>acl," U The interior of his offiee! has re- that I have located some good Poland (' Mnnnmir. bifMttiiM t __ ._.. .*.00H John I j. '
    Powell's t" un iiliemlyfamous I (ic-iitly. been remodeled 1 and is ready. for I C'hlnu pigs ranging in price from O. Iliriu-y\ wood40.60. ._ __ I Precinct No. 8, Brooker G. B. Col- .
    -w, bringing now lamcls writer paintmii. Class paneled. door have $500 to $10.00 each, they are purebred There being no further business theboard so n. .! .!+!.! .!.!.f V. .i+! !

    editorial curtains adjourned to meet the firstMonday ---.-- -
    --e--- peen set in place of heavy : but not registered. -
    +' The automobile driver who hits and making the entire interior n well I Ary boy between the ages of 10 : in :March ". -" n" ,, aoun"r,,,, >'"- 'in uiinm i uiinm,miiiimiiiiiiiiniuiiiiimi' ,iiiimitiin 1t iiniiimiiuitii, inni"uimn un iininiiiiiiitinitniHiuiiiuiiiiiim, ''', ''

    figures on living tend probably
    t rung uther day. member is to select an acre of II B. Wiggins Sec.
    ir one else Home BRANDIES I Each
    t hitting some MRS. AMY
    I IIi
    1 work -
    -0- land and keep a record of all

    J Cast your vote for bonds the day Mrs.: Amy Brandies died at her I done fertilizer used anal cost, and KfcHOIAEDl THE HOARD OF BRADFORD OF PlHUlINSTRUCTION a Announcingthe

    .,. of election and watch this section home 30< Dora street this mornincr.Mrs. .1 amount of yield.: tOUNTV, STATE OF I

    R ) J take another (treat step forward., Brandies had been sick for some \ Any boy or girl between the ages FLORIDA """ Ii, I Ii

    ti" ,;_: -0- time, but her death came as a greatshock of 10 and 18 can enroll in the poultry -It will rwiulre 12ft

    Our road trustees have shown. their. to her relatives and friends. I club. Each is required to get a setting 000 RESOLVED.oo to iurchBM That.. property erect nchoolbullilinic of

    pp s ability to get full value for every dollar She leaves five children, all of of pure-bred eggs or 15 ditys- and equip, ...m.homta with ahall furniture bear coming
    t of the people's money they expendon whom reside in Jacksonville; Fred old) \ chicks.. They will be required to and date pnratUJi of July 1. 1UJ8, at the rat. not to i I..

    I improving our road system.. Brardies, Arthur Brandies, Clarance I keep a record of all work done, as .xc,
    \ -0- Brandies, Clyde Brandies and Win well as feed used. hail *bi on payable July 1.aerially 1927 and i 1000.ou on I

    If the bond trustees have decided ifred 1 Brandies; four brothers; M. V. Will this, that record books. the first day of July of Mich .ucceedinKyear .. I
    I say July I. 1'igl.rhti
    including BrownAND
    gravel-clay roads is a good invent Butler, Pulley Butler James Butler', I will be furnished to all enrolling, as up bonds to and.hall be coupon hondo and : I Buster

    r V ment it means they have been thor und! Bill But"-... The funeral services well)) as literature. Each member will Unutd In donomfnatlona L. W.of KICKLITbR S100000 each J

    oughly convince')! of the. fact. I will be held lit Long Branch (cemetery also receive free subscriptions to the Chairman "

    __n- Kla. Thursday morning at H R. WIGGINS
    :Maxville State Club Paper, which is published 2.204t.3.24AOTICE
    14. l listen to .grand op- Seasholu Funeral Par. Secretary ;
    Every time we 11 oVloek The every two or three months. I Ij
    feel thankful that the nianuCm lors have charge of the arrangements OF BOND ELECTION
    era we I There will be worth while prizes offered

    J)', tm.e of haimomcas still goes mer- i Jacksonville. Journal. Feb. 17.IIKNJAMIN to the winning members, !andI By the power -venlod. In thitn by the Inwi I i
    at liimrd of 1'uullc Initlrue. t t'I
    A oily on. ; : !sril.l.KY: SR.lEcnJamm I would be glad to enroll every boy of lion Florida of Bradford the County Florida. hen.hy I. Ii

    ---0- ofh amid, girl that would like to do this call for an uleclinn, to b<* hall at the Tige
    :Minors take the conceit out died his\ write nrhool I house in Itrooker on Tu.o"a"'j '
    k.. niaKo fools out I ) Stilley Sr? at i valuable! wok Either nee me, or March 10. 1DJ8. to determine .. {
    neiis.ble, people mid adv I home in the western part of StarkeMonday to ma right away, and I will enroll not the Drnnker Rprclal Tax School Dl. '
    of foolish people. This is not an from attack of acute \ whatever to triet ahall bond the sum of $JR,(100,m.) I
    night an >ou. There is no cost for the.: puriMme r.. ,.clini, ( a eohool build.Inw I
    for the compact manufacturers.The I indirentii. : He had been, subject you to enroll, other than above named. purchaitintr .roIM'rl"| fur name andeiiulppinu r 1I
    00- attacks for several days, and bulldinu. with furniture. For *I
    worth more to these Yours very truly ImldiiiK mild election t:. M. Hanen O. W. I ,
    name fertilizers are Bllkl'r.1 afte-r n hearty supper !Monday night, UOBKKT: F. WARD Hurry. M I'. Matht'ny and A. 1.. Green areappomtid

    in Bradford: county than in was stricken again and died before County Agent. manaxera L. W. hICKMrT.rtChairman 1st''
    ; and dealers 1\\
    farmers MARCH
    r' Bradford county 1 h. relief could
    ,"' pay from ''1 to $15 ail a ton dealers more f.of o.Baker : Stilloy was 12 years of age nll,1hn.1 CUE; tLL'B H B. UlOr.lNS.Secretary I

    than the flll'I1It'I'I resident of Starke formany !
    a 1
    and, only ono (company would, at. years, being u carpenter by I I (Continued; from page! 1.) i,

    low the countv nront to use Baker tunic, He leaves u wife and several as is always expected. from n .quartette. :NOTICETo :

    rs taunty figures in buying for our farmers. children to mourn Funeral services No program of this nature would the Public- .

    ,a ', 'I were held Tuesday afternoon und thebody ever be complete without such a The citizens of Staike are respect | No Admisaion-"Free Prizes 11 I IIi

    1 ---0- noted I Iif laM, to ret in Crosby lake cemetery combination, which will ably give its fully requested. to suspend the II| Secure Tickets, Free at Our Store
    Stake me, .
    ; and
    riant City evenings cntoitammcrt.In j
    share to
    in the matter of our trouble jU'IA"1
    and now un.ther ment
    struwln-rries .
    for their -- of tnl-
    the of the display daughter-in-law until we I II
    t Florida( City hat sprung down into in (;EO. \\'. SIOKKStco. (ant us chosen course. from the Club the soloists a our hearing in a court of Justice, and Ii Under the Auspices of the
    flewlston -
    prominence' It is The town IH noted. W. Stokes. u resident of will consist. of vocal selections by. the facts made known. The vicious

    t the Kverglndos In.ni.lwillh'r eleven months, Messrs) Yealos, liohe.i: and Ferguson. attack made on my wife a cripple 60!!
    r shipped Starke for the past
    for its beans, wbuh aie street I The ability ns displayed by these. men old biting and lacerating her : SHOE DEPARTMENTI
    the l'nrl"II.TimI'A'Unioll. died I at his home on Thompson years
    b.v summarize this featuring of so. it to be treated ; I!
    Monday night at 10::2O, aged SI I years. will hand making necessary I
    has unique way co inexcusable and II I
    l Is
    Mr.: Stokc-s came to this state from los. fir. Castor u ) by a physician

    --o- income tuxes J'.nns'lvllniu mind located, nt Lawteyl'I hold a banjo and caress that musical should be looked upon with horror Of I I1
    ,:>i have lo pay
    f 'n I You on a do rich not expoiieiue In fact thefellow moving to Stake only n few months )I'I instrument that seemingly it sheds from. forthnotes asympathetic (adv.) Mr.: and reaction
    ,t(., i who has. made' the most of ago. He had. been an invalid heldTuesday foryours thoso string that is i hardto ; :. : : AND CLERKS FOR .1.1I
    \u himself Funeral services were
    to improve
    \ I (every opportunity' Elder: Skipper, off, lent BOND; EIECTIOtAItCII: 16111 ; PHIFER'SDepartment
    'IS herself derives nil of the I profit. afternoon, \1

    The pr follow who never approaches' nl'III',1 j, .knonvillo! "ff C'llItina.t. HP was I' We might mention that this, exceptional Precinct No. 1, Lawtey-R. A. \ I I I1.
    considerable ex-
    ." enough to real work to learn u trn.I"1| buried with Masonic honors in Kings-1! player has hail lllanchurd
    .t I Is pertain never to be rich ley lnke ceiiu'tery, members of both j jIiiiwtey I 1>I"'i'n'e on the vaudeville\ circuits of R. Reddish and A. M. Blanchard, In. Store
    i'rintcrnf.l und Storko Masonic Lodges. he has enjoyed. thu success
    I '" t'xperic'nre-The' where '

    :Irt; : 1 ters.fctfe money. or I, taking pint in lhl'I'I'\'l1\onius._ \ one of his talent. Surely sufficient a violin to1 spectors.Precinct No. 2, Starke (ool.th-W. \

    <;lt.tt 1'1. (1\1' ICO \11-1: DIES 1.1 O)1ln--It) ; f; UICKIVKIFilna : : ) draw within n crowd.itself, would Mr: :Morris be renditionswill I' Mewsom E. Davis and clerk F und A. T.Scott P. Wall.inspector R. A. \\1.\ GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

    PERMNKNT: :: of the big attractions :
    AUK be J.
    Stiicklnnd" sevenyearolddaughter I one Precinct No. 3, Staike (south)- ._ ..
    will a wonderful source : mananaanarmmn, t +mil, mi iiniiiiiini"nniii in ?imiti n.jtnn __ i Iamin__ itrr i iimiirriimiiiii HHHHIUIII.ERT1LIZER1 .
    Discussion among many of the ('it I- of John Strickland, of Graham II number prove I L. Peek clerk and T N. Kendrick, J. 2'e ,I
    rra; ,Uprovided f'ol1the effects, of of inspiration. --- -
    concerning the type of ron ,died :Monday 1 -
    tens: another comment -
    mn' -
    three must nearly
    the bond election to body burns received Again we
    for in '
    Prof. Bu- -
    that to her death. Funeral about the Glee Cluh. ==- --- --
    troth< discloses' weeks prior -'--- -
    l h'I,1IIII'I'h: moulded ----
    tsq >e under the impres.Bion'thut lI"rvl'eA1'0 held Tuesday} morningby eno the director who has -

    yc t mnny ate laboring gravel-clay surface provided Rev Thou' Hansen of the Stnrke these voices into perfect, harmony,
    of the main lateralromls Baptist church and, interment made must be recognized in his capacity as
    \ for several I draw franc
    able to
    the same uj at Santa Ke cemetery.i one who is most
    is prmlioallv hidden
    depth of ,
    the innermost
    e -
    lf, mind-clay roads. Only u ont > \1'11 or (;IA.; 1I0l'm.\ soul, music. Po not miss this wonder!
    w kertttr light coating of clay in .placed hear the University
    loads where the sandy stretches mnkl't1'Il.1 The many friends, I of Mr: Gee. A. ful opportunity will never forget
    ) ; weather, and in op- Ulee; Club, you
    dry turpentine
    difficult in Douglass l prominent \
    the clay is placed( In Lulu were" sad,lenvil,I to \ it.The. I MAKES THE CROPS ,
    P some instances II eintor near fol. which follows is a THE KIND THAT .
    J the nits. learn of hm death which \' program and
    1 The type of roads provided for under lowing a short illness at his homeTue'day I' mixture of the classical rt.iiidaril well known, Every Ton Weighes 2000 Pounds
    hllth.WII'A They are !
    irra\el-clny humorous.
    heading\ of morning
    is huilt on the same plan us the The funeral\ was held at Oaklawieenutery I pieces which everyone will\ enjoy:
    rM1 bane. Theirravvlclay le" \ IS NO "FILLER" -
    highway: with lime-lock 1S'pdnps.iay, nfternonn from old FWUi. \ THERE
    I is laid down for u widthof conducting,! the service. We lire the boys
    < thickness Satchwell \1"0'11 __ __ __ __ Shelly
    devote-il : -
    to n Do Conpah I -
    10 feet and compresses Deeensed, is survived by a

    of '> inches. On th' vvMl\ ,1\.1\ wife and children, and two brothers, Glee Club Verdi Listz The state law does not allow\ FERTILIZER sold that contains -

    fl..,.... Pharaphrase" new
    of the lateral roads water cangrades Ae'. II Douplns-s> mini Uigoletto, :

    + net stand on the t,1', the of this same material attention Douglass of this city.Luke City H('- Through Piano the Solo night, Claude,;U. of Murphree F, Quartette II 1\11\I less than 1 4 units, and no filler is required.

    and by ns tho giving\ dirt roads receive In the" \porter.Mr\ Doutl I "iss has many! reltives and Me-ssrs. Podson. Ferguson Yeateg, I Field Crop Seed. Irish Potato Seed: Red

    thi.latel'lal. \ will\ H-adford, count, who regret Johnson.
    of ,dragging! friends in

    way make a road that wil! last for. tons to, learn of mptithv his death to the, and bereaved win, The Old Vocal Refrain Pole. Robert_ __ .-_'t un elites Predator I i; Bliss, $9.00 per sack of 150 pounds. THEY

    )"1'111'11. for bulldms extend lI'nllto Night .Bfethoven-Spicker N. C. Seed Peanuts. Corn and
    mnteri.il ti !
    Giavcl-elav it hm\ given ones .-___ Crossing the liar __ __ Fearl ARE FINE
    roads la not an experiment city nttorne'V Club used in this
    both roads and TlIll1l'n-Do'I. E. Carlton Glee the varieties most

    satisfaction for of is expected to announce hlcuiulidacy LaC.itana __ ._ .___ Kreilersb'Viennese Beans----All
    has. seen years (a)
    streets, where the for governor in the next :Melody, .. KreUler
    equipment' (
    With section.
    hard use. for maintaining\ its few days, according\ to friends. Violin Solo, Sidney Morris:

    county system now material,owns gravel-clay for building wil be roads foundroad Orlaiulo-Prospects-. of a the new admission !stateIn ; The Captain's Vocal Solo Command, William-.Bohen H. Trotere Strawberry Crates and Cups. Hay and Feeds

    since Nevin
    the best union the first I
    of hard the ----
    -- -
    J -
    outsido, of the present types of New Mexico: : in 19U! :!, loom In n The Rosary -------Quartette-
    amount University
    l,, highways, where the lenders for a Castor Groceries and Hardware.HULL'S .
    surfaced that of the larger plan of state republican Florida." Banjo solos Selected _____-
    equals North
    of traffice South Florida and a W. W. Castor

    I cities. .-. -- The
    >' --CII CHCn ('1.REV1VAL'IF.F.1'lSn..\ in getting: to Tallahassee Glee CUibDreaming
    1JST in the STORE
    South Florida tthe difference! Alone in the Twilight .

    climate and industry, resulting in legIslation Hartley Moore,
    1 evenKellstlc meet'ngswill to both, and unfairness Violin obligate .
    of inadequate'
    A series church on the northen 1'<>1'. Vocal solo R. It Ferguson; t N. B. Hull Prop.
    ,, begin at the Baptist In taxing Mr. Morris. Always A Square ,
    Sunday In March tlon for southern improvements. __ Oley Speaks:
    the second evangel- Were I A King ------

    The church will secure! an who: C. Lawson, chairman of Orange and coun-the Good-bye ______-_______-._.__ Tosti ---------
    the organization --
    assist Club. .
    republican -
    I |Istie singer to ty -
    preachln.c.Services vice chairman of the republican partyIs Orange and Blue.
    the for the
    will do m. movement Cheer
    will be Stack7:30: in the state leading the
    I The people

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