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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I VOLUME FORTY-SEVEN STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY \ 2, 1925. NirMIIEK' TWENTY-EIGHT
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' J. J. COLEMAN KILLED BY Chamber of Commerce Meeting] 'SEABOARD HAS DISASTROUS -;:



GEO. CROFT AT. RAIFORD Stark.e Tonight Friday 8:00 WRECK IN PLANT CITY, YARDHardinjj's '.::.

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Croft Removed to Palalka Jail fort DR. N. W. FRANCIS ISCLAIMED Former Bradford Resident Killed :' )}_ .:y: ,

l Safekeeping' by Bradford Officers UY DEATH -- -- When' Freight crushes. into >+a ",;j' "-" ,1 '
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Wednesday Night.J. BIG; NEW INDUSTRY: TO STARKE DAIRYMAN: Sister Another. ,,"" "i "'..
Jacksonville, Dec. 24-Dr. Nelson: OPEN) SOON AT MELROSE EXTENDS FIELD. '
W. Francis, a prominent physician 11 r I Plant City. DL" '. 30-Two men are ;'.
J. Coleman, manager of the and resident of Ormond: died in this Gainesville, Dec. 20-The Grand 'I Lorenzo Ot-ee--strke's dairyman, 1 i di\ .ad and the :Seaboard; Air Line '
turpentine plant at Union City, a city yesterday afternoon after an ill- Rapids Cypress Hair Moss Companyhas has tended his rout to take in i! Kulunx: has nuxtameil equipment \
small place in Union county, was ness of several month. recently closed a deal through I I Hampton and Waldo, where he! has al- I.intake expoctod to run to $100,000 JSa I
shot and instantly killed by Geo. For years Dr. Francis mode his Euton-llu>mans Realty Company, local l I I ready built up a splendid business lI t MIMIC" as tho result of a collision )
Croft Tuesday afternoon, the shoot- home in Jacksonville, where he conducted firm, whereby they acquire the and one that Is increasing weekly.Mr. m' ule the local Sonbnnrd yards about ''-I
ing taking place at the T. B. Handley a hospital. About three years title to u large tract of land on the I, Green furnishes an excellent midnight.\ + Monday, when a big freight; ,
commissary at Raiford. Following( I ago he moved to Ormond to make hunks of Lake Sante Fe, for the purpose I I grade of milk und cream and has no i'm,me of tho "700 Type" plowed In,* '
the shooting Croft was placed under his home. of erecting a hair moss factory I I trouble of holding his customers i It"+ the rear end of a heavy freight l S
arrest by /Sheriff Brannen, of Union He 1 i.s survived by his mother, !\Mrs which will be one of' the !largest if its wherever he goes. His dairy farm, a \\\111. I two block"uth, of Alsobroobin
county, and as the Union county jail Georgiana Francis, of Ormond, anti kind in the state. W. W. IluetSter Is''I' short distance from Starke, is a -t (in the southern part of the liuy.
. has not been completed, Croft was his wife, Mrs Daisy Francis, who was president of the /firm, with J. T. Brucu I modern one and every sanitary precaution I, i
'I'' brought to Starke and placed in the at the bedside when the end came. as .vice president and general mana is taken to deliver pure fresh I The deal! ale: :
;' county jail. The deceased was well known in milk to his customers from a splendid
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James /fireman of Tampa
Stephens, j
A coroner's jury was impaneled fraternal circles, being a member of I ger.More than $15,000 will be spent on herd of milch cows. formerly a resident of New *
I 11 Wednesday, and a verdict of murder I the following! ; lodges: Jacksonville! the new industry, it is stated, in the Mr. Green deserves great credit for I Hloomtleld, Pa. .
, in the first degree wife given, after Lodge No. 221, n. P. O. E., S. S. Davis erection of a big factory, pumpingand the manner in which he conducts his James C sun, l-y! /nr-old brakeman -
testimony had been heard from Lodge No.: 13 Knights of Pythias; power plant, docks and houses, establishment, und the success ho is --:), son of Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Cuaou
witnesses. Wednesday night Croft Jacksonville Lodge No. 61, I. O. O. F., A huge 5,000 gallon water tank has meeting is a reward for his conscientious .. of tho Knights Station road, formerly -
was removed to the Palatka jail by and a member of Dramatic Older ulrcddy been erected and docks are efforts to give: this section us a resident. of llrndford county.
Deputy W. W. Baisden, upon order Knights of Khorassan.The under construction. The firm is capitalized i- fine a dairy as can be found anywhere. The remains of Stephens will lIe

of States Attorney J. C. Adkins. I' body was prepared for burial at $100,000 and will be a new AUTOS NOT INCLUDED shipped Tuesday night to his old "
It is said the shooting is the culmi- by Marcus Conant Company and nccompaiued and valuable addition to Alachuu IN TAX EXEMPTIONS home, accompanied by Mrs.' Stephens,
nation of trouble of long standing between by Mrs. Francis and an county's industries. I according to James K.l Weeks, mortician
the two men. Coleman, who I uncle. M. p:. Whittelsey, was forwarded The company has obtained a lease The $300; exemption allowed under -S 55 who cured for the remains. of
conducts the turpentine plant at I last night to Ormond, where the from the state, of all moss on SanteFe the law which Florida voters approved both tho victims of the wreck
I Union City for Howell & Brinson, in I body! will be placed in the family Lake, which was found after an at the polls in November does-f\ot l Funeral services over the remains' i b"of "

company with Sheritf Brannen of mausoleum. extensive survey of the state, to havo apply to automobiles, stated County young CU OIl will be held probably t .J.
Union county, drove to Raiford Tuesday !' -I Before more moss available than any other Tax Assessor Oscar 11. Nolan, of Du- Wednesday afternoon, exact/ arralllfl'I I
afternoon settle with B. removing to JacksonvilleDr. body of water to bo found. The large -
to T.
Francis was a resident of Starke val county, when he explained gener- Miss Abigail V. Harding, sister ments being held-up pending arrival ''
Handley, who also operates a turpen- for lake front tract near Melrose where ally what the new law will mean to of the lute President, was married lof I O. ('. CII>lOn, of Starke, a brotherof : t
News of his
tine plant, for the use of some o/ ,, will many years. death the factory will be located, ,and has the average citizen* last week to R. T. Locals Marlon, the deceased.! The interment will "'
JIandley's labor. It is understood I coma us u shock to his many been purchased by the is dealer They will .., -
that friends ( company Mr. Nolan said: O., real estate be in Onklawn cemetery, with the
both firms followed the practice of'I in Bradford county. also heavily mossed and promises to "The assessor's office is making honeymoon in Bermuda Weeks Company in chArge of arrange

lending men in their employ to each SURFACING COMPLETED<< supply the factory for many years to preparation to handle the new tax ments.

other when needed, and Coleman's THROUGH( STARKE come. amendments on the 1U25 tax roll, the DR. BIGGS; ; HAS TRANSILLILMINAIION: Surviving relatives! besides! the parents
trip to Raiford Tuesday was to havea most important of which is the assessment : : OUTFIT and brother 0 C. Cason, of
settlement with Mr. Handley. Work of surfacing state road num- BUYS TWENTY ACRESON of 'intangibles' and the $500 I 1 Starku, include: Two brothers, Wesley
It is reported that upon reaching ber thirteen has been completed : KINGSLEY LAKEDr. exemption on household! nnd kitchen Dr 11. L. Biggs has added to his and Warren, of Plant City; two

the commissary Coleman and Croft, I through the town limits and Is going E. L. Biggs bought from C. L. furniture and personal effects ofllce equipment a new and valuable sinters, Mrs. i Kdgitr; Tucker, of Nlchols -
who is bookkeeper for T. B. Handley, toward Lawtey at a steady rate. During Peek & Son this week twenty acres "Taxpayers are advised that the trnnxillumimition outfit, whereby he and, !Mrt. II. C. Godbolt, of Lake
took up an old quarrel Croft accus- I : the cold days of the past week I of land on Kingsley lake, adjoiningthe $500; does not apply to automobiles, Is able to diagnose many cases that land.
ing Coleman of cursing him. Both considerable dilliculty was encountered Nelf property on the south side. as automobiles lire assessed separately otherwise would be baffling without i James Cason had resided In Plant: "'
men drew revolvers, the bullet fromCroft's in heating the cars of asphalt to I II' This property has a frontage on and us personal property."To this wonderful Addition to medical City and vicinity for the past 10I'mri
gun piercing Coleman's heart, 'I' the required temperature for spray- Kingsley lake of a quarter milo and make an intelligent, fair and science Trunsilluminatlon enables(! I coming from Bradford county -
killing him instantly. ing on the rock base. A steam boiler is a splendid section of lake front. In equitable assessment, and in order the physician to clearly see' the exact when his parents moved! hero. Ha
Coleman was at one time an inmate I ws placed in position near the sidingat addition to the above Dr. Biggs/ that all may' be protected in this ex- condition of the teeth, eye, ear, attended the Turk Academy school.
of the State Prison Farm, be- Call street and live steam circulated bought an interest in the 40 acres on emption, the taxpayers should cooperate nose throat and some other parts of Body horribly Mutinied
ing sent there for the killing of a man through the tank cars. This heat the south side being developed by a with and give the assessor the body. I The tender of the moving loconu-
In west Florida. He was pardoned by was maintained until the assistance by making their Live and carloads of
car was local company and also two lots on every tax At thu present time we find the two lumber were
Governor Cutts, and this pardon, in 'emptied of its load. the lake where it empties into Black return on this class of property. sued teal practitioner according considerable plied upon the bodies. of the victims,
connection with others granted by "It Is for tho that of Cusun
Creek. necessary assessor importance to dental diagnosis being horribly mangled -
the ex-governor, resulted in Mr. I NEW FORD MIXES WITH Building lots on Kingsley/ lake are to know whether or not the individual because of the relation of oral .
Catts being indicted by the Bradford PLATE GLASS WINDOW trebling in value every year. With no I taxpayer owns household und kitchen infection to certain ailments. Thu Engineer John Haven and a negro
county grand jury, charging him with furniture and personal effects to lirukeninn jumped! before the Impact,
While the lake front lots on the west side avail clinical findings of both medical and
making the
turn at eorflee
r receiving brides for issuing pardons. II of Call and Walnut able, property on the south side will I the value of $500 in order that ho maybe I dental science have conclusively escaping serious Injury. The negro '
streets
Croft is being held without bail protected in this landed head first wire fence. "
exemption. against
a
Christmas day, Ed Kelly of Sander- be in great demand during the com- shown that thu teeth provide a fruitful I ,' ,
for trial at the spring term of circuit; I driving ing season. fU.Id for the development of bacteria with his feet lunging over the top ,
Ford CIIAS. ENSEY
spanking INJURED
court for Union Inn new
county. which frequently have a wlru. Ho status that/ the two men '
touring car, crushed into the plate DURING ) YSFriday's per .
'glass windows of Geo. BLUEBERRIES INMARION: nicious effect on the /general' health, who lost their liven were In positionto
BROWN F. Young'sstore
GETS JAIL TERM
I COUNTY Jacksonville Journal car- often resulting In pneumonia, rheumatism jump, but for some unknown reason -
"ISSUING HAD CHECKS section., completely demolishing one I A large/ acreage will be planted in ried the following account of injury pleurisy, meningitis, neuritis did 1 not.Besltlos .

'j Galnesvill -I->cc. 20-W. W. Brown, !Mr. Kelley had purchased the car blueberries around Dunnellon this sustained by a former Starke I I appendicitis, tuberculosis, gastric the wreckage which wallpll,1
winter. Farmers are now experimenting I resident in Jacksonville ulcers deafness, insanity and other over thu dead men, three other
Thursday i /
'II 1 wood cutter of Bradlord county, was from J, W. Andrews, Jr., and was on i : I
sentenced to two terms of live months his way. home. In making the turn the with this fruit and ro meeting Charles R. Knsey, was hurt in an serious ailments cars were wrecked, the cab being literally -
each in the county jail, when arraigned stiffness of the steering gear prevented I with much success. The crop last year : automobile collision at First and To medical science, what at first splintered A car of phosphate.
and tried before Judge George F. him frum turning freely and, apparently was a /good one and brought/ a big 'Laura streets, u block from where I:!seemed.) an insuperable' obstacle wall And an oil tank cur were piled next,) .
to thu locomotive which
turned
Mason in justice court here Wednesday when he saw he would not I price. This winter over three times ; Kirby A. Phillips, prominent mill operator finally overcome by the accidentaldirection was
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morning on charges of issuing make it, lost his presence of mind. the acreage will be set, and the berries man killed early Wednesday of attention to u spurch- completely around no us to bu headed
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worthless checks.It The cur jumped the curbing! and will be marketed at home, northern when his car crashed Into the curb. I; I light. Searchlights are being/ con south. It was mild )hyoid railroadmen
was alleged that Brown on a recent crashed against the window and brick :' buyers buying them at the depot ''.Mr. Knsey: was taken to St. Luke's ,structed for commercial purposes \ locomotive to be the most complete wreck ofa
have
Saturday paid off several of his like the strawberry crop is marketed. hospital and was later taken to his which visibly project light a distance they seen. The oil
ear the third In line m. the '
workmen with checks that proved to wall.The fxunt: of the Ford was badly It is expected the crop will bring In home. of five to eight miles by means of a moving was train. The car phosphate .1
be worthless. He several additional thousand dollars to powerful lamp, reflector und! lens car Will
was arrested by battered from the impact and had to
this of Florida. Dunnellon IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT: on the roar end of the train which ;
Deputy /Sheriff be part concentrating the rays so that theIhiht
L. W. Tyler' on war- taken to the garage for repairs had stopped.
rants sworn out by J. L. Chancey, before :Mr. Kelley could proceed. Truth. Will of W. I'". Godwin, Sr., deceased is projected in one beam parallel -, Both trains were heavy, thu foremost -

local merchant and J. L. Hickman. CONCRETE WORK ON of Lawtey admitted to probate to the axis. having stopped' within the yard
Brown was sentenced by a jury in WITH DOGS AND GL'X' ROAD THIRTEEN COMPLETED I. 'December :31st. Letters testamentary The searchlinght/ principle was, limits, with air-lirnken on, when the

the brat case to pay a fine of $20 and Messers. J. E. Corpening and Ben DURING JAN. issued to C. .C Godwin, sole executor. therefore, taken Into consideration, other overtook it. While the body of s
costs, and in the second $15 and Holtzendorf shot 27-pound wildcat Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin, of Lawtey, und after a great deal of laboratory one of the victims could! be observed
costs. In default of payment he was a Sunday's Times-Union reported the was appointed us guardian of W. F, work, this principle was applied in through the wreckage It was several
given five months sentence on each Friday night a short distance following progress/ on state road ,thri- Godwin, Jr., et ula. 1 the development of a diagnostic lunrp hours before the bodies of both men
west .of Starke. Mr. also I t
charge and was returned to the coun- Corpening teen leading from Baldwin: J. D. Stansell was discharged as that made diagnosis by trunsilluml- could bo removed. One of them hud
ty jail. He gave notice of appeal. reporter) the killing lake of a 40-pound I Concrete was laid from Maxville I guardian of Charlie Stansell. nation a realty. This lamp, known to he dug out of the dirt, which woiplowed
cat on Kingsley Monday night, north toward Fiftone for the /first two Trial of Wm. Sapp, charged/ with ,commercially as Cameron's llontu- in great furrows.
LN THE HOLY LAND which led one Starke fisherman to I days of the current week, after which having intoxicating liquor In his possession lamp, has been accorded the status of First. 'I'rip on Reid

Probably no illustrated to remark" that "all liars are not fish no other work was done on account continued, on account of Illness I an epochal development. In medical ,., The Cuson youth was making bin
given by Dr. Bullen in the Baptist sermon ermen. of the holidays. It is expected that I of defendant. I and dental practice. The method, first trip on this road It was laid I
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work will be resumed on Monday, -- "Diagnosis by Trunmllumtnntion,
TELLING that he
THE TRUTH exchanged with
church was / places another
more enjoyable and i
profi- PURCHASES LOTS ON: HIGHWAY
December 21.! It is expected that all which makes the use of the lump
table than the visit to the "Land of A short time ago a certain editor I brakeman yesterday, preferring -
tired of called liar and of the concrete will be laid during the R. practical and possible, has been conceded to work thu ,
Our Lord, presented last Sunday grew being a I A. Green purchased from G. W. on head-end of the
evening.Dr. announced that he would tell the I I month of January. Alderman four lots on east side the the proud place of the greatest train..

Bullen possesses a modem dissolving truth in the future, and his next Issue --CRE11'S.ANIREW'S-- -: -' ) ; ''highway south of the high school Mingle aid in the accurate determination ,, Superintendent L. B. Burns and

steropticon; and having had contained the following: Miss Emma Andrews, of Lawtey, building/ the deal being mado Satur' of infections of the dental process other ofTleiulH arrived here before 2
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experience with lanterns from child- "John Benn the laiiest merchant who has been teaching in Crewsvlllc, I II day. !Mr. Green states that ho will and.-various air sinuses.OArf o'clock this morning to personally di-

hood, his father manufacturing them, in town, made a trip to Beovllle on near Zolfo, during the past few begin the Improvement of his new is-F enuiTcjrrruLLTrriNNext ( ri't operations of the wrecking crews.
he is quite at home in the use of it. Monday. months, was married December 23th: property immediately. The wreck was on the main line of
.. Announcement was made last Sun I "J.ohn Coyle, our groceryman. is doing to !Mr. George/ Lorenzo Crews, of : I Lord'r. day we look for special the Bur-tow and Lake Wales line, and
day that during the winter months poor business. His store. is dirty Vero, the marriage taking place in I CHRISTMAS QUIET.. IN: STAKKK! ; interest on the port" of all In thu 1 in perhaps tho worst that has ever

trips will be taken to various parts of and, musty. How can he expect to do Wauchula. )Mrs.( Crews is the daughterof I I Christmas day passed off very I worship of .God. At the morning service 'I occurred in this immediate section.
the world, especially the countries much? I II Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Andrews, of quietly in Starke. Chief of Police 11:00, the ordinance of "The The inbound train which cawed:
where mission work i is being conducted I "Dave Conky died. at his home here Lawtey, one of the capable school I; K fs reports that during the holidays I Supper of the Lord," to use Paul's the smash, was running as RegularNo. !
and +if the pictures equal those of Tuesday. The doctor gave it out as I teachers of the county, and highly I no disorders of any kind occurred, I I words, will be observed; and the pastor 480. The train which was bit wan
last Sunday, the people of Starke heart failure. Whiskey killed him regarded by all who know her. I and be is well pleased with Starke's will have a message upon this I a t>onphut rock extra, running under -
: "Married Mi.\ Silva lihoades and I ordinance, as established by our its (engine number, No. 328.
may look for something worth while. Mr. and Mrs. Crews will make their ;:. record of a ftifu and sane Christmas.
James Collins last Saturday at the home In Vero. During Christmas day showers fell Lord. The Bible school will precede' Kegnjotlons prescribe that trains
TilE NEW CITY MAP"A i Baptist parsonage, by the Rev. Gordon I I at intervals, the first in several weeks I the morning worship, at 94I.u; : t within the yard shall run under absolute -
The bride is a very ordinary CARD OF THANKSMr. and badly needed by our truck grow- Sunday wa one of our best days in control. The wreck wa apparently
proof of the revised] map of girl who doesn't know any more about A. M. Williams and family ers. the school, and Prof. Wiggins, the caused! by failure tu observe) .
Starke is now in the city clerk's office, cooking than a jackrabbit and never wish to thank those who so kindly and Ii superintendent, made an announce- ,thU regulation. e
for delivery to the council at their helped her mother three days in her tenderly assisted' them during the ST. MARK'S CHURCHThe ment for a full one hundred per cent :
January meeting. In our opinion :Mr. life. She is not a beauty by any sickness and death of their loved one. on all credits. I Vl'RCHASKS! / STORK PROPERTYIiaac

Lagergren has "delivered the goods"by means, end has a gait like a duck. We are thankful to those who night services for;; the; Second Sun- The young people meet at 0.30: p. ':' Hague, of Ohio, ban purchased -
furnishing, not a mere plan of The groom is an up-to-date loafer. lie after night and day after day rendered day after Christmas will be at 11 a. m., Seniors, Intermediates and Juniors. the J. Manning!\ store
the town, but a practical map. has been living off the old folks at, service and helped] to prolong m. and 7:30: p. m.Chri..tmBII All young people be present on erty In. North Starke. on Walnut prop-
Within the limits of the small home all his life and not worth life and lessen pain. We are thankfulfor is not only a day but a the first Sunday in the New Year. street :Mr. Hague will continue to
scale of the map every feature worth chucks. It will be a hard life.-Lees- the many beautiful floral offer- season, lasting until January Oth andit Evening worship at 7:30: when the rent the store rooms an'l will
noting is put down in its proper burg Commercial. ings that were placed by loving Is well that we have time to dwellon pastor will speak on "A Good l Medi the upstairs as a Jewelling. oel'uPYI :
Place, and the entire incorporatedarea hands, on the casket and on the little the great truth of the Incarnation. cine." This will be a message suitable I I
and the new boundary line on 'I'AMPA-Tbe local American Le- mound where our loved one sleeps. Some people look forward to Christmas to old and young, and Is appropriate I TlALPHUKS-HIIUM:
the east are shown. A to draftman- gion Post is urging its members to And especially do we extend our as a horse coming to a full for the opening days of 1925. Bring :I
hip the map leaves nothing to be pay up promptly and enable the De- thanks to the never tiremg. Dr. W. E. manger simply for only what they family and friends. I Mr. Philip Alonzo Malphurs and
desired. partment of Florida to keep ahead of Middleton, who so willingly and may receive. It is the great Gift to !Miss Gladys Mae Shuman, both of
It is to be hoped that Starke will Connecticut at the top of the national sympathetically rendered his service the world that we commemorate at Mica Jessie Thomas, who I Is teaching I Waldo, were united in marriage

henceforth grow at such "a rate that standing list. The post hopes to hold both day and night that all efforts this time. While there are social and In SummerfielJ, U spending the 'I| Wednesday afternoon by County
less than 28 years will be required the membership to well over 1,000 might be made in behalf of the dear- I material aspects, we should not lose holidays with her brother, Capt. A. Judge R. A. Green in his office at the r
for the ale est earth to us. sight of the spiritual. J. Thomas. courthouse:
next revision of the map. next year, as it was year. on .
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A NEW YEAR-AND RESOLUTIONS I down.' I tell you I heard him. A queer Richmond, Va. Dec. 28.-Four more peculiar part in the history of the I I
Hurt of diet, isn't it?" grimly. muck I entire nation and especially in that
bodies were found today in the I
I laughed Of course it was horrible ox: the south.It I I
from the dam that broke Wednesday
I always have a good time at my but it seemed funny. night and flooded the lower sectionof I was Saltville that gave the

own parties.' Perhaps it is becauseI "You have an accommodatingsense Saltville according to a long distance armies of the Confederacy their "nuir.iir'! .' nut r !lii'"t..t tv entv-tw
feel like a guest Instead of the of humour," Mr. Wright said telephone call from Dr. P. K. I chief salt supply when that commodity find l leaving the, Imrror--trK., Mirvivurx -

honti'.is. If my entertainments home lit are "It serves you InCood/ stead and McKee, in charge of relief work at I was at a premium in the to vimnh for eightlu<:h lIe
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successful ( our less famous sup for keeps you from expressing your rual I Saltville, to the Associated Press to- blockaded south. During the war still missing.

posed to be more it or is because 1 let opinion when certain of your friendsare day. The known death list is thir of the revolution, salt from the IIol- None of the bodies of the eight I
its hospitality)
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do and makeIt mentioned. teen. Seven persons are still miss, stein valley made the scanty rationsof who are still missing were found today
everyone as they pleu"e
rule never to have any stereotyped "Oh, Ted means well," I defended. ing. The bodies found dead were General William Campbell's Colonials but Mr. Wiley, assistant manager -
a I ditlik"l the set for "Come on, let's dance and forget It," those of children, ranging in age more palatable. In the mar- of the Mathieson Alkali Works, :
program.which hostesses make We entered the living room and I from three to ten years kets of the south during a long per- declared tonight that the search for x
mula most
themselves and their guests miserable noticed! a commotion in one corner. I iod from the discovery of salt depositsin the bodies would be continued) until
and in the end ncomplish "('oml' till, Sallie; we're making Saltville, Va., Dec. 26>-With nine 1718 to a comparatively recent), the last vestige of hope of finding
aver but evening. New Year's resolutions," yelled bodies already in a morgue, 21 per-I| date, salt from the town, which drew ', them had been given up. A corps of
nothing a stupid I someone. I I sons' in hospitals and 200 others its name from its chief indusrty was 150 or more of the company's men I

The hour finally arrived for my "Sallie doesn't have to make any. homeless, daybreak! found rescue parties 1 sold. I were busy grappling the! muck nil I
New Year'Eve party. The house She's perfect;" exclaimed Ted Billings I atil searching through the lime- Following the war between the day yesterday and today, but today
was on tip-toe of expetancy and soon but in his voice there lurked a whitened valley of the Oolston river I states, both salt and plaster were their work was futile. The men, 1 G
resounded with the echo of holiday note of sarcasm. for six other persons who have been manufactured at Saltville, the firm equipped with gum boots, rubber j iRtlc i7aK'

voices and laughter.be It did not to take "But I'm gonna make one," he continued missing since the avalanche of water I failing in 1880 when the Mathieson I coats and grappling irons, continued Pr S t Pnrkes Cadman of the
long for things to going my
about through "I was inspired by a 111' and muck Wednesday night. | Alkali Works, the present operators, to dral.the river and all through!' Congregational Church of Brooklyn -
satisfaction. I moved
memento I found in my pocket." The liittle mill settlement of the took over the industries. the section which is now covered with I was made! president of the
the rooms. Here and there a game In a flash tho room was quiet and Mathieson alkali works, virtually the muck i U S. Federal Council of Churchesat
of bridge or mah-jong was in prog the guests waited with bated breath, i,I swept away from the broken muck I No Additional Bodies Recovered Sat __. __ the Atlanta conference.

ress.when An orchestra in the played humor only for the manner in which Ted had spoken II'|'darn of the plant, today had been urday at Scene of Dam Disaster Gainesville -, Enrollment in the '
someone was j
dancing and there was another gay assuring them that his message searched thoroughly for traces of I Saltville, Va, Dec. 27.-Funeral chemistry department of the University -I
bunch back in the pantry preparing would be spicy. I tho missing, and rescue parties had I services for the dead and neverending of Florida has become so large '
extended their lines miles below
various sorttt of mixtures "first Ted drawled, "I'm gonna but fruitless search for those that the lectures now are being given' Wild ducks are fond of the bulbous
An hour before midnight Curtiss i-tup satin' gold-fish. Tho darn thingis the scene of the tragedy. still missing!' ; treatment and care forth in the gymnasium for the first courj'! j ruotstocka of the arrowlel1t-
Carried their homes
Wright made his appearance. Coming still kickin'." lie rubbed his throatin I away as were ,. injured in the emergency hospital ses, the space there being the only I
swept from foundations by the roaring sometimes called duck .
ridiculous "And he here the wearisome room available that is large: enough potatoes.The
swiftly to my Bide, he apologized u manner I were loads under :
of water and muck
,
for his In-luted) arrival continued, when thu laughtur had mass limey which the heart-sick people of to accommodate these classes. The
"One of tho men at the plant got i, subsided, "I'm gonna make another today it was feBr.rthut\ the bodiesof Saltvilc on Christmas eve when thousands I numerous quiz( sections lire meeting''| finest peal of bells in the worlds .
the missing might l Ill buried beneath
in trouble," h
much hootch. When I found him he more dramatic. stance which spread a pallor of white muck ran over a barrier the college of law. | John D. Rockefeuer.CERTAINIrV .

had been arrested." "What, Ted? Please hurry and tell deuth over the valleys as the water -.---- .
---- -- --
"That wasn't your little red wagon us," the crowd was eager( to be rushed through the mountains. -----

," I announced rather coolly. amused. v Bodies Recovered '

lie looked prcpluxed for a moment. "Well, I'm gonna stop collecting One body, that of Mrs Oarry e t'M POD WS,il'S. R.
"No, that'll true; It wasn't; that to, bathing suits from mermaids," he Prater, was found in thc river four 1 NICE ov I DIDN'T RE 41RKABLE
not exactly, except that he has a j I said clearly and looked in my direc miles from the site of the dam. Several I FOLKS! M25. 5r.gn, FELL LltaP SONNY &CSM9EAT 1t) QBALW
sick wife and.-er-any number of I tion. I blushed. other bodie were recovered in I To INVITE CC+Ovc/N T.V1CB! AS ANps

children. I "Gold-fish and mermaids!" I Tumbling trek, six miles away, as IN OUR DINNER r HUGH HICKEN T
"Oh, dear me, I'm no tired of laughed. "Ted thinks he's u sailor" the searchers waded through the WHEN VlBB
sob-stufl" I interrupted. "Let's have white muck in their lines HAVE V19TERS\
And I tried to change! the subject. extending TOWN
a good time to-night. I've been waiting I' "Wait till I finish," he commanded."Here's far down the river.A .

for you before I took my first one I collected," and he began list of the dead issued last -
"
coctail. I had about given you up, I / rummaging in his pockets. night included: Mrs. Luther Clear

routed.Wo (To be continued next week.) I and son, Charles Clear! ; Opal Pauley, The
moved over to father's den !Mr. and and !Mrs Harry Prater and

where I had placed a tray of ingredients TIIK: FOIWIHI'OltT I I their son, Leslie Prater; Mr. and Mrs.James '. Truth
earlier In the evening.I Prater and Major Scott. i

mixed one and" drank it. A new airplane landing field the I !More than twenty of the injured, t

"Listen, Sallie, Curtis Wright" be- donation of Henry and Edsol Ford, men, women and children, were in By
gan. "I wish you wouldn't." which was recently completed at an improvised hospital over a drur

"Wouldn't what? Dearborn, Michigan, will be known as I store here, said to be jn danger of Edward o t "
"Oh" I know I haven't any rightto "l ord Airport," according to announcement pneumonia as a result of their immersion .
he hurried on, "but I hate to in the ':
just inudo. The donation icy water and mud. McCullough
nee you drink that ubominnblc liquor.If is purely in the interest of commcrciul !Many of them were suffering from

you could see the misery and ': aviation, for it is understood severe irritation of the eyes, nose AUTOCASTER
heart-ache it causes among the men's there is no intention on the part of I and throat from contact with the alkaline

families I've worked with. I the Ford Motor Company to go into water and mud, and a call has
And" besides you're too pretty the airplane business, other than to been! issued, hospital authorities BOYS BOYS BOYS a BOYS
and dainty I watch its development. for eye and nose specialists to SUid'1 CAUSE PATSTM1 WHO CAN DRAW THE BEST PlCTUCC; OF 'OLD
\ "You mean, you really mean thatI All pilots will be welcome. at the minister treatment. ONLY POP" '** TMl6 STAIP..LL.AUGHINGo 1& BtAT THE
shouldn't have any fun at parties?" Held d-It l is large enough to take HescuPr'4 Still at Work TIME WB SAND ? FOR THE BEST: DRAWINGS .THREE FiNe
I asked in amazement. I I Though their work WAVE IT PRIZES WILl. 0E AWARDED a i'r A 656 8A1O.
care of the largest types of ships. was greatly
"Does the of 0 GI.0V1.2HD. A SAT AND CALL 3OO. A BALL
drinking Tits
poisonous ,
hampered by the darkness the
i It also is expected that the Held! will I rescuers -
/ SAME KIND THE Bl& LEAQU6S USE 6&4DE&
Kin make the difference in having n ,
coated with the alkaline slime ?
be the tormina) for airplane com 1 WINNING
THE PCAWINQS
BE
good time being bored he in I WITH NAMES WIL1.
or panies new being formed to operate of the flood which sen t a dull grey "PUBLISHED in THIS STRIP IN OVER 1700 *V\PER&.
I
..Iulred."Ilon't. between Detroit and other law glow through the valley under the F POLES OP CONTEST : one ORAWINCT Bs EACH
know about that I an- cities. Gasoline, oil, and.1 before long I early morning sun, hoped to complete ) Boy PICTURES:; TO ee DRAWN ay,, ib m. INCHES
Hwere<.l. "I 1 never thought much a .itork of parts, will be available for their task during the day. Thi ,,, ; IN HEIGHT. COPVIN& PICTURES OF THE SAME
about It one way or the other. ExceptI visiting fliers. will not be ended! however until the < J / f'E' IN THIS. STRIP WILL NOT BE ACCEPTEDlPICTURES :
do know that people don't get pep- The Held has two 300-foot runways, lost of the missing persons has been! ',; TO ee DRAWN IN INK. WRITE I
ed-up on fruit-punch or water. Please '' one 3,700 feet and the other 'MOO taken from the muck of the valleys. m NAME IN f=U4U AL&O ADORE AND AGe ON

let mi hate" just one "Everyone I' feet long, both in the direction of Yesterday witnessed many pathetic A BACK Of DCAVON& WHETHER LEFT Oft KtGHT .
weeny one, I wheedled. prevailing winds. \More than twenty scenes In the valley and heard HANDED AND WHETHER VOO PREFER A CATCHERSPITCHER'S '
else in miles ahead of me alreudy"lie stories of heroism. oa Fiaer eASeMANS GLovE IP you
remained silent and I miles of draining tile was laid for many ARE WINNER: CONTEST 6TA T5 SANOAftV SIO( ,
thought quick drainage in wet weather in order Two children yesterday morningwere e fiNDS MARCH ISD.I OPEN TO ALL BOYS AGES
the look on his fact was one of dis- ,i that the Held might be suitablefor found in the bed awaiting the 8 TJ> 16 ONCLOWVC) CEMEMOgfi. THE IDEA ft TO
pleasure. Hut I drank another with coming of Santa Cluus. .k I \
year-round operation.In The house MAKE "OtO POP" LAU6 A 6000 HEARTV
avidity. It was smooth and dcilcious.I,I the center of the field the name had been swept away during the night tONww.ovs LAI.J6+4. ADOBE&S DRAWINGS TO "8af$ CONTEoz-.r
"Then you aren't mad with me, are "Ford" appears in letters 200 feet I and only a portion of the roof remained K j CARE OP THl6 PAPER WATCH THIS>> STRIP EVEAIWEii:,
you, Curtlas I caled him by his to shelter them.
i
high made of white crushed stone. They were carried -
first name and my voice caressed This is visible from an altitude of to the emergency hospital, ill

ouch syllable. 10,000 feet When conditions warrant I from exposure and cold and developed -
"
"Certainly not, he replied. "All ) pneumonia.One -- _-. .
arrangements/ will be made for -- --- -. -- -- --
---- ----
--- -- --
the ----
rest of your friends arc, as you illuminating the field at night. mother, as her home was engulfed -- -----

said, miles ahead" of you already. Especially -, There is an ample, hanger in tho I by the river saved her child

Billings, he added., "I passed sumo hniJ.lIt1LIIlrplunl manufacturing by holding it aloft and struggling r ." "" "". THE NATION'S STRENGTH'.r
him In the hall ,
and l him
caught through the slime
operations' art' being earned. l on by collapsing as she,
rating !gold-fish." "You're' the Stout :Metal Airplane Company I reached the shore. Others aided
"flold-ftsh" I exclaimed. iincl the All-draft Development Com : children. or infirm relatives through
joking./ ] pany. the mud anti water to safety.
"No, I'm nut. Ho wits" mumlilint;: I Swimming
---- Impossible
'Aw, quit| your shimmying: an' K<> on "Naraku": I is the !tell of the Hindus. In the Prater home n_ Christmas ,

!party is said to have been
---- under way I
and t there the! flood took its greatest
toll. 'i'hv house which stoody nearest I

I the dam, crumpled before the mass I
of water and the thousands of tonsof
"
Cushman Offset MotorsFor lime refuse from the plant and

) the) merrymakers were thrown into usticky .
solution; which made swim-
mine impossible.

Only deafening, roar announcedthe
break of the 200 foot dam and
I tier, was, no time to flee to safety
.
I before the waters were upon the
I hunios.. I

IntertypesLinotypes i| Numbers of the valley inhabitants

rfctood. in their homes as the waters I
iswirl.-d: i past, watching the mud
I I",," the walls and until1tht
waiting :
"a nd /,
], Hood subsided before leaving the : !

LinographsThe houses and making their way to ,I! >. : JKOOO.OOO.OOO.
safety. !Many were taken from!' >/: /-; -;

w reeked home by rescue parties who I

J I found them clinging to pieces, of re- 'i
last word in power. Compact unit Quickly! fu--', homo along by the waves. ,

installed Simple of operation.One || Todaysaw Homes little Swept change Away in the I ,
-t
: D pT of AGRICULVURF
appearance of the valley from yeatorday. p -.., t '''-' ,
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of those motors hat just been added to the Bradford from the Automobile slime in which tops protruded the ma- I ."\... ."

County Telegraph equipment. clines were buried. Homes stood<
I many yards from their foundations ,
with wall. bearing a heavy coating J1pwh owTN .
Write for Detail : ,'fh.lt.. mud Others lay where -/ .
liny I had 1 been /
crushed
by the weight / '
'got' -r. mixture( while stilt thur-i- / /, -:., '. / ;:o.-r-: : ; ////...... ,...

\urttorn. by the flood into bits
CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.
i iI jwhuh i wore deposited for -iveralnull's

I Concord, N. H. down the valley.

Ih hm,>nd. Dec. 28.-Saltville. the I
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seen>' of Christmas eve's flood disaster
I --- though little known to the world .ee.Netiw ,

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JANUARY 2, 1923.:; I
FRIDAY,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREH

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H I Ij vsssBam&FKI I :ra;:'!, Catarrh MedicineTh I.,I 'Kid"., McCoy r rj 1 .

Newt of Florida in Short f I 'l\ u. In t ''run..town coi, II-, ,
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tion hot area"i '01't'' <"11
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f Catarrh i. i :1..1 "* ..-... I It ,i-1 ur"aiInflmnivl .>'
Live State News \ bv n- *I.'tl"n' 1 r"'tloR"H.U P\\ /
I". ftT\lll'll 'I1.IIt'I 'S I li n I /
(CnniNn'' TuaTir<"nt I'nth, ) lo.'nl +ami) Inlrrt ( ...1. ,
(U..r.ww+aenw.r We.eraww.W aruu Y .....s.., ,.. I il. m I MH 1. .. vi. oast 1 ,TI the V \ < /
;: treatment' rvf entnrrh for over forty years.Frtd I ;Y 1
Told by Our Exchar,1es: 1 M nil ,11'\1,,,,' rs. .
F. J Cheney A Co" Toledo Ohio ;

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J POUT ST. JOE-Calhoun county I sac III! K'lloal-I -f-r, ,PIt'-, ,,, ,,1 o,the, I.1 . . $ P-iRIM

has appropriated $30,000 to be used I :
c-'l "d.I. < K-'
T1 w
road 11
,
d'ir| ,
improved
in constructing an I I I ll'( INDUSTRIAL,
V "' n 'on-
!
from Port St. Joe to the Franklin nec'on ?) ;\1..s.. 'L':: .. I REVIEW .o,
r .
ron --mt- JRtt"com -
line. ; '
county I \\.h, ",?j 1','..11' t 1 I.
to ;-> rap'ft!. 1''r '//IJlt.! d i Dade City-Rebuilding of telephonesystem L.
BItADENTOWN-Bradentown mitl" I INSIST 1
optimists III n kll.1 Ihl'+ .n.a: was planned. SAY "BA\ER ASPIRIN"and

have appointed a committteo statl. I .
take with officials a project Avon Park Work: started ,
to up proper on ionktruction -
Unless the Cross" on tablets, are '.
see "Bayer you
of site fora you
for the acquiring a Sl :; | of $30,000 depot for Seam:

federal building here. obta ",1"1'111'1" tt I. J been i hoard Air I l.il1e system not getting the genuine Bayer; Aspirin pro\'d! safe
I.'I'n' -

CLEARWATER-The board of cause A-o.t\ti I'' ,p ,\t i-mile I I'tniuolnContracts awurdi'd, for a, _ by millions and prescribed by physicians 2-1 \e.irs for

county commissioners. hus taken under -I .;;. tl"| ,, .,\ J to two large" ; p.tMmr projects. :- Sit i flown, t"> ring!

advisement proposition madu \,8Y. tllJ: I'i' i way MiCi.y. farmer middleweight -
a Coon I fans aa 'Kid1; .He.ui.iche,
by an area survey company to make I hookl:e>' i :-1.. .\ ',,', thus Ki.kVi\ -- $1,000,000;1 bond i i issue ,.1 hainj)'tan, faced hut Cultic

an aerial survey of Fmellas county. I Up tlnei' |k, two, planned I fur work on Key West to (greatestlght in I...S Angolas,
...
I I .i.out i; the ety, J has Mainland; highway. thawed with the I murder, of Mrs. Pain; Neuralgia:

WAUCHULA B. Rainy local been lty| ft Ulll Ul ," I teniit Theresa :MOTH "hum' b.J claims m
announced I 'is xlted( I lIrn ti"la--Atlantic Coast Line committed RUnde.-
real estate developer, to- ; o begin wan, cly at
Toothache Lumbago;
dathat he has received contract to both Ma{ 01- .he ,can, "a tj 'uhed, i.nli''',,id to i-icct depot.JatksnnvtlleLarge .

clear and maku ready for planting 'to ear con) ,>letmn.SAISorv7".Mim. subdivision I NOlIctds;: Labor I IIi I I

COO acres of hll lmatl. The land is I new a r'Y.. ,, Neuritis Rheumatism
to be opened ear city limits.
op.
located on liiir Charley creek and is ;\ has I Y."

owned by capitalist in West Va. purchaj ;; ix( )ICI<> :t un i .., n the Company
\ I I Tl\lIIplI-Stlirkey Investment which contains directions.
"n.iM'r"
yakhoi'.i""lct, in tlit' In part organized to erect f.t50OiMi Accept only package': proven I
:
TAMPA-The local American Legion of the unt. for develop, as aounced house. llnnily "lliijef"] boxen of I li: tlhh't1. bottle ..r :21 und ItHVDriiBgisU.Aq I
apartment
Post is urging its members to' colonizon ,"rojeit, ,It"i I =-.. I >lrla U tbii trade" auk> at llajtr Umufaelura of Uimimo'ilracliKliT. uf 8.U.II10I I

pay up promptly and enable the Department Betwec th n.'wlyacga| tract, Ol'lunuo-Bullding permits issued : II I

of Florida to keep ahead of and that 28ouo'ucie-( < being during month of November totaled '-

Connecticut at the top of the national drainedy Mother c,, 1 $212,600 I subdivision. placed on market. Kov. I'ol. I'ronby. of near Starke,
iii? d at an church
standing list. The post hopes to hold estimal ,. I preached hero at thu Baptist
?t of $;;HIcoa '. The Y
the membership to well over 1,000 t-t.iast t hlRhwuy Lakeland$500,000; wort h of additional I\Irnmi-l\lulIlJnll to erect $750,000 Saturday unit Sunday.
\ w ruversonnilegSp z I (,-stor temple W. Abernuthy, of intimate, i I.
.
next year, as it was this year. both trim, it l jg saId here.MIAILA .] street paving authorized: t Dfe ) John
visiting his brother Frank, for n few
electric) Work to start soon on
Wintcrpark Municipal Tampa- .
Tallahassee Prisoners confinedin \ dllYs.IIr.
Florida's state road modem hute''' r working light system to be taken over by } paving Cypress street and Mr.. Will\ McKoovor and
camps were girls to be erected la by C. ''Florida Public Service Corporation. ;arts (Billy McKeever spent the first\ partof
overlooked Christmas
not day when V. Mart who, says he c,J to MIami Ociilu, -$85,000/ bond issue voted for the week with friends at Allen-
the rest of the world paused in its 15 sub
rs ago almost Ocala Ft. King Highlands construction of new hospital. e
.
pursuit of its good cheer. A special has maunoney and has division to be thoroughly developedand hurst. .
one to business visitor
E. J. Murrheo was a
dinner "and other: little luxurles"l whom h.m leave his foile. Tho placed on .the market. PenHiicolu Contracts let aggregating -

were ordered prepared and structure I $,IUU,72U\ for construction of to I.ouillo.dnllJ for their Christmas.ST. I ni.-ordmi plans Winter Haven-Modern l business, Mr. and Mrs II. M. Wamlln an.1 lit-
; 17 miles of mad in Eicambin county.
announc.y. Martin to h.. visitors
Thomnit Arnold, wore
South Sixth tie
10 I, block to be erected on son
PETERSBURG Physiciansof million storieigh, and will ,c h f-a street." :\lillmi-I. OOOOO/ bond issue for tu Broker Tuesday.

this city have asked the city com- iir It will||| t uin IS J! civic improvements planned. I \h..r. I Duffy Abernathy and Eil ti

mission to require the inoculation rooms at 5 mall apart. nts, and I I Clenrwntcr-Masons erect link Yarborough of Daytona, were visitors

of all dogs in St. Petersburg as a preventive will be Ply i.hilunthorp. a be op- and lodge building. vii Caner Hill -1)0) carloads of vegetables I i here Wednesday! afternoon.

against possible spread of ,perated i.Jj On n s,.If| staininfnmenta shipped from here between'mhur Oscar Dynl spent Friday at Hamp
basis Tampu Actual work started on
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rabies. This step is declared by the Davis Island building f PJ.T joI..,';""""' "&".J ,,\( 1 and 20. ton.
program.
=-- Thomas of Tampa Is visit.
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ph.vsjdans as necessary: for the protection i Minim: Building permits issued Charley
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of human life. GAINF. LI.E F,; | Sebring-Ridgewood drive to be men Duncan, of Boston, First November totaled $1,805GOU I Ins his parentH.
work is b. done at the. pl'rlmen- widened from Pine street to station. Vlce-I'1'I""ll'l1t. now becomes head, during bliss| Mnttw Ogden of lironkor, la
SARASOTA December 20 was till stntionthe Umversitlu of Flori. (If til* American Federation nf us compared. with $17II3H: for corresponding spending the holidayn with her par*.

declared the opening of the straw hat testing the most. ,hIe conditions I West Palm Beach-Building per. Labor to nil the unrxpind term nf period in I'J23.: eiitn.

season here when scores of 367 real foij\uh month of November the late !1r.1"Iu,1,l (Jo.ivors Mr.: Sat.
.f tuni nil trees mite issued during tM :Spring; Glen W. D, MlildleUm Guy Long of Urooker, spent
Duncan form J head l of
estate brokers and salesmen of Sarasota It is said was
Aliuhua unty so totaled 500,7U7.; GraniteVorker purchases entire town. urdny afternoon hero with friends.
came out with new straw "lids." far has bi Ound the n:' -uitablc.vine ) =- 1 Everett Wuxdin. of Waldo spent!

This new way of calling attentionto location in Hate for L, \ the i| .Jacksonville Approximately 55- Milton-City experiencing building the wook-ond with his grandparents"

the balmy climate here is being trees which natives( ,or :hinland 1 000 carloads of lumber, or 1,000,000 and dykes in Diston i inland drainage boom. Mr. and Mrs. o.Y.. Dyul

followed by residents and winter visi- produces oat is drying gent/ for (000) feet, shipped from this district an dmtrict.Bunnell. There will be a cemetery working

tors. : varnish mdy. The tree ore being nually. -Two streets being improved. American. factories) electric will bulbs have during I produced at Mt. SIMI, Friday, January 2nd.

varnish mdv. The tree ore being Altumunto SIrings-Steps being 100,000,01)0 Everybody invited l., bruin their implementn -
QUINCY-Gadsden county for the I 1U24: or more than 1,000,00(1
produced the date.
first time in three has decidedto miere on a .a.:a ire extensive | taken to erect first unit of Florida day. und don't forget
years every
have a booth at the South Florida scale National Newspapermen's Home. I\lIaml-10OOO,000 Blltmore hotelto __ u ._ Miss\ I Irene Thoniux left Thursday
be erected at Coral Gables. SAMPSON< : CITY for Tampa where .she IH employed.
Fair
next February, it is announcedhere. I Telephone ..
Dell --
Fort Pierce Southern ----- -
TalltthassAttorney f; rieral Rivers
A strong bid for tho best KCIIOUI.M"> ) ::' Il IENl'M
(
ex- to improve telephone Jim. 2 Rov. Crosby -
I Company be -
Buford returned f Ocala Palmetto-Myrtle street to pav- Sampson City,
hibit of tobacco to be shown at the mi ,, AISAIN: lllT! FOR V,\I It
where In coy with ..: itc Treas- service.I ed. of Sturke, delivered u very Interesting -
fair will be made, it is said. Another sermon heru Sunday to u Tallahii.SHce, 10'111.Th.( legislature*
.
feature of the county's exhibit will 'of Agricuitahathnn C. nyoinnthe, I Gainesville-New fire truck placedin Bradenton -room hotel to be largo congregation. of I'.l-ft\ will be culled, upon to uuninciinxider

be a display of diversified crops pro- I new hospital( dairy hitat[ theGirls' use. erected. Willie and Arin Harper, of Lake HubniLssion to the people of
duced in the thu constitution
county. the slide umendmentH to
Indus! School were accepted -| St Augustine--43-acre tract on City, are visiting their grandmother,
Taverninr Concrete sidewalks to
for re-orifnnizatlon
I I providing it
ST. PETERSBURG More than from contra, tors) of the, Anastasia island. to be subdivided and bo laid through village. Mrs. M. E. GoodlCe..J. of the state board of education and

11,000 winter visitors have registered state. The ,dial I "building. cosl t$13.2U placed on market. .1. U. Wynn and little daughter, Helucllon of the Htale. Hiiperintondont

I, with the Chamber of Commerce so ; the it inir. heating and Tampa New fire station to bo Thelma, of Gainesville, spent u few instruction well thu

i far during; the present season. New. clectrieial wi'c'' >st $:Ji.70'; making Tampa-Water supply system to be erected in Seminole Heights I section. days hum lust week. I I of public HUperifitendenlH.. Thin an is roveiiled -

York leads all other states with 1- a total of $1.I The dairy barns, installed in Sunset Park addition. Miss lose Johns who m attendinii, eotinty I II
of W. S.
rr 'I the biennial report
Gainesville Contract let for with m
construction school here the holiday
which spent
art..f ,
763.
Ohio comes second with 1,219 t ost modern type,
Ja'kson\'iIlr.-Plan under way for (Cnwthon Htnte xiiperintendunt< who
and Pennsylvania is I cost $11,217 I of $225,000 DeMolay dormitory tier mother, Mrs. hello Johns atMew :
, represented by development of 1,750-acre tract on River. I recommends passmen of "" act submitting

1,191. banks of Lake Weir. Vllrno'lllnd Miss ': In the voters nmendmants
M. daughter,
WEST PA JBEACII -- Two Ilaines Building during Huhxtiliition of the
City- permit for cotnmissionci -
providing
KEY WEST-Judge II. B. Phillips Ethel, Mrs. ('. B. Brown and little
work between
Road I I
special trains chcdulcd) t"> come St. Auitustlne- first 11 months of year totaled I ,, .' uf agriculture ur the comptroller
chairman of the state road depart- into West Pn3nnch on January this city and Jacksonville being $198,330.: son, Odus ,and. MISH Mamie Hall' for the fiuperiiilcrident of pub-
ment, is to be asked in Hampton amihturke
by every mem- 24, initiating! -J, to this city over rushed were shopping lie instruction. on the .state board of
ber of the executive committee of the Florida V rn and orthprnt1'o Sehring-Plans under way fur : ; Monday afternoon. 1,I eilueiitioli another. calling for -

the Oversea Highway Association, ,stntc red, according to Winter Garden Extension of erection of $1,500,000 hotel. Roy Uoodge., of l.aku City, visited, ; appointment
of the superintendent -
to have service Piedmont district bore lust week : county/
the department r.iake surveyof official One electric) light to friends and relatives ,
announint+ made here. of instruction! by the county
the proposed route of the road to of the trains --yini a party of I planned. Palatka-Snap bean acreage In- R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, visited. I I school public board.Tallahassee .

the mainland, it is announced here. about 150 N'evork bankers and I Five solid carloads of i creased. friends here Thursday. ____
It Is stated that he has Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. ,1. S. Thomas, who I,
promised to illlcmN of th aboard Air Line,, turkeys shipped from western section Key West-EC rot to be made to have The state supreme
have this have been relatives in Jacksonville -
done.SANFOHDMayor. visiting of
the
reversed thu
will come hl'n.t from New York: of Alachua county during past week. federal government complete road- court judgment;
for the three weeks, unexpected
Forrest Lake City, it is state''lie other will havE"hoor,1 way from this place to mainland. I past : circuit court for Devote county,
Winter Park-Work completed on home this week. granting ('lark O. Kuney a rehcuriiiK 1'
has : Florida te officials, bus I. ---- I
announced plans for what is de- npss men and rail headsPENSACOi.a4)ie summer paving program, comprising Mount Dora-$45OOO bond issue Mrs. Josie Hull had ax her guests I in connection with efforts of the
cleared will be the first municipal Christmas her son, ..Iul'Vlllllm: ; / have him
23 miles of streets voted for purchase of municipal park. LiiuiMiunu authorities to extradited
radio broadcasting station in Florida, largest ret!I und granddaughters, Misses Mabel. I t.. that Htnte. Kuney is ?

to be installed in Sanford. The sta- snapper mdii! trft\ tho I world, i i-I Eustis-Construction of high-toil' Dade 'jty-I\taner Motor Company Davis und Outdu Van Thomas, all of I churned by u New Orleans woman

tion will be designed to have a send- aimed' ( for Pera| which supplle I sion line nearing completion completes addition to plant. Pulatka. 4 I with miHiipproprlalmic diuinond rings

ing radius of approximately 2,500 practically the 'e United State.I -- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith were. valued at $IU,000, which she claims
road being issue voted
$100,000 bond
Madison-Hard-surface Boyton
miles, and will be used to broadcastto of r visitors to Starku Wednesday.Mr. .
und parts and Canada, according this city andy for civic ;Ito have entrusted to his carl
the country the merits of Sanfordas to fitrurtade public. It i i"hnvvn I constructed between improvements. and Mrs. C. B. Brown delightfully -

a place to residS..ANFORDCelery\!. that just tie short of .IfM),. Tallahassee. Lynn Haven-New bridge to hp entertained u number of friend i Shortage; t Corn; =Corn promises

000 pounds of 'per and I irro-ipei. Winter Garden-.Eighty-acre tract opened to traffic between this pliue Saturday, evening, dancing to the t,) b.\\:.iImluor In ('true.. this year than

Sanford fields growers in the are brought intaig port wcckh r on Lake Apopka, to be thoroughly and Houthport.Arciidia strains of the victrola. All reported for u long time 10'101'111"armers who
are expecting Income
from an from the banks jt ISO( miles oul t developed and subdivided. n nice time. may have any stock on hand should

this year's crop in excess in the Gulf of Mi: A renVesentn. -Large tract of land purchased Mrs. T. C. Thomas in expected to take good care of it. t.uss than one-

of that of last year when 6,280 live catch was n last week who I Jacksonville-Building permits for west of city for development arrive Monday evening from I'alutku : half of the corn crop. of thu Torn; Bolt

carloads were sold for approximately :3,000: pounds f| pper and 41,.. month of( November totaled $ 2.a- as' subdivision' and will, make a week' visit with her ', xlates reached maturity before the

$3,100,000. This year's crop is said 000 pounds of gar were brouirh t 07.!. mother, Mrs. Josiu Hull.M. I fir-It< killing front thin year, uccordinit
to be ( Edwinola hotel being
equally as large as that of last here. Three f18108 caught wit I Dade tty- Varnes und C. U. Brown were Ito reports received! ,by" the (11. S. del -
season, and business conditions in the Fort l.auderdl\le-Site to be: i.. improved.
visitors to fot.ark.Iudnealay.! of uKrlculture. Usually
hook and line in ar from 22 t north and east are declared! to pointto ,;'no feet deep.TALIJVHASs. ,, lerted f"n. construction of new tourist Tampa Peninsular Telephone Mrs. ('. A. Johns! and little son C, shout>> Ul per cent of the crop renchu

ability of con.sumu to buy latter hotel Company plans $1,750,000 axpaniionprogram. A. Jr., .spent last week in Jacksonville maturity by .that time compared withIN

quantities! at higher prices.ST. : f. Crawf of her sister Mrs. John
CIov thin
i Plant City-Total of 20 cars of I(I guests per cent year

PETERSBURG irtl. secretary oftt, has'retumee fruit hipped in four-day period '. In--IIulth-chijj-
ch of the citrus j..aue' GlCAIIA 1 No Worm""
bond
from a two vveek-intlnK trip a1 Clearwater $200,000
estimated 40,000 persons in this city his near St.rks. The cam|I I:,, ending December_ 1. proposed for extension of water und I All obllrinn tmublDil with' warms have. an : -
ramp
drank 2,027 gallons of water, or usedit I Graham, Due. 27.-Mrs. John M'1- hMitoy coin!. which Imlb nt0 pour hlcMMl. mid a*a +
onsets of I Iflo( and i is I II I Three mains.
owner apartment
for cooking, bathing and watering I nc Clearwater gas Kenney and Mis Irene Thomas were tale, thus In more ur Ifii ntotnm.h dUturhnuuOKOVC
I i jointly by Mr. Crjfrd and I Arthu houses being erected in this city. '3 TASTEI.RS.S!: TONU: given rrgul rlffactwoor
the lawns during the month of November re I.I Fort New shopping in Hampton Monday. .
T, Williams, of .ionville. Thi Myers- gas plant com three warts will cnrlrh the blunl. Improve
it is estimated R. E. Ludwig i| Tampa-First National Bank completes pleted. Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal thodlil.*ilfm. *ml. rut u a General 8tr0D4ihalo4 \ t
hunting privileges, Crawford sail:I _
Tiinlc, tothewholeerste"L Nstur will td
director of public utilities, rePorts -I II extend: over about 000 acres oj f plans for erection of new spent Friday in SUirkc attending to brow .tJo dlapil the. w,.....*. sot tl...l.blM; will bo '
I
Punta doda 1300,000 being expended -
81,000,000 gallons was used in ,' building. buHlnes. In lefties hnalUi. fkuant to ta... Wo p sr bolas I
I "The Mounds, oaths site of the! for civic : 1
that month, which as an increase I improvements. C. I). Roberts spent Friday at the,
of 19,000,000 gallons November largest city In Flo, known in thi: |i Miami-New apartment house being county tite. To Stop a Cough) Quick
over I '
I Company ;
Auti i Is located a1 Orlando-Phosphate Supply -
days |
of 1923. early as erected at Miami Beach. Mrs. Truman Dyal ,uf Ziff, and tape .IIA YES' HEALING: HONEY u
the) mouth of the six mile1 I of U rtow, establishes branch
Efivcr!
I| by
Mrs. ILammlo Nutall. of Pompano., could nuMlwInn whit h stops the fourth
PENSACOLA-The' south of Murks.he: of these alt\ I:I being here. .
Kiwanis New Sm'ma-Embankmentll spent Thursday afternoVTn with :Mist healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissue*
club's Indian mounds is large as till I completed in connection with construction O-I'EN-TRATK'
trophy has been awarded to Palmetto- Armstrong tract and Frances" Murrhbe. A hex of GROVE'S

Captain ''r'. B. Harbeson, lumberman, I state capitol gnu's| with a finpring I of new Lytle avenue bridge. 20 acres adjoining, purchased for development The Woodmen Circle met here Fri- SALVE for Chest Colds Head Odd and
hotel of water ne'it' Mr) ( Crawford .. Croup I U rnrluiwil with every bottle of
operator receiver of the and .
and laid '. Palmetto-Movement under way as highclass residental day elected their offlclers for th.- 11\YES': HEALINCJ: HUNEY. The salve
Muscle
Shoals.,. Birmingham and. Pen- for paving Main street. subdivision. coming year. iliiiulcl be rubbed l on the chest and throat

---- In 10 the"-1' of childreiin Mrs. Jessie Mnin and Mary uf children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

London has decreJ nearly 1,4 :Moore Haven-Contract let at Tampa N w Oak Terrace subdivision Sparks" of Louise, attended the Wood- The tlrsllne east of H.v*.* Ii..lln4 Mfiovlitld -
$1 i ,600 for construction of canal to be placed on market soon. men Circle here Friday. I .( *. .....ccriinhtnnl with the h..llotf*tt"""t of
666 per cent. (,r._'. O F.n.Tr.n !I.I lv. ibruuiU II,. .Less 01
i. Sch U Byrd was a visitor to Galrestrl li<*ihln l cunn steps a oiiuilh
Colds Cause Orlp and Influenza Lake CHy-$2,090,000 to be spent .. Friday. \lot>> t h rrmeda'.re pa> k.l to on* tarton soil the
I* s prescription for To Cure a Cold One DeyT.ka for civic Improvements during 1923. cost 01'b. cuniblocd uoo.a'" U W
.
Colds, Grippe, Dengue, headaches LAXATIVE BROMO CINE (T.biav 1 LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE: Tablet r.mo ". Miss Ruby Dyal spent Monday in Just auk your druggist for HAYES

: Biliousness.It mop ID* Couth and H'.'l .nil wmkicffth nI lb. ....... nen.u. oolr Biome Qui as. Lake Worth-Coll ie Park, new Starke. HtALINCi: HONEV. I
Constipation, .
Cold. E. W.4ROVE S *iil>**o Mctl bo*. i't E. W. GROVE'S aUoatun aa box. JOs.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2, 1925.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA j
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PACK FU'ua ---- .. 'r,allay. Jan.t ..lll present "U.lr said claIm. duly authanil-
--- -- Scripture Lesson: Luke 2720.: tended the Masonic meeting here tn. at Stn.k.111I&I rtorlds p. m., to on. .. A trnsaoofM ,rut.d to the underpinned will executor be forever within barred
-- -- from dn" or they
r l'rayer-May Jones. Saturday.Col. for the enaainW year afore them. )H-nn. and all ".noon. Indebted to salt e.uto
)
l1. The Original Christmas Day-Mrs. Star bateau Y m.Y eon J. I. RITCH. inhor..by required to pay their laid delta t
c:. 4 : W. T. Weeks had a family din- 1 C..hl... i :b..rthwlth.Dated .
W. H. Griffin. 9
ner Christmas day and enter- at Starke Florida, thll the Slit day
party
What Christmas Should Mean to ,if December A. I). 1924.
ieiJ I Us Mrs. A. A. Futch. tained twenty-five guests. Amongthe NOTICE C. C. GODWIN
.'11.,1;, .
number Mr. and Mrs. R. A. elite Godwin d.reast't.
Miss May Jones-The were 0" and all parsoni ,.. deaaeodis Ftf-eutor: "f the Estate of W. F. "
Reading by .in
of W. F. )
Weeks and children of Brooker; 4th. Estate BL. rota .. 1.2.6rI.J!
little Grey Cottage.The La....". Bedford t "y
.. Mr. and Mrs S. T. Dell and children,
-- --- Crucifixion and Resurection
of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. n
'.'t IMmiii-r 2!) and Jon lof Christ-Estelle Hobby. Wilson, of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. W.

, I I Song: No not One. Griffin L. Wall and son, Harold Mr. and Mrs.J. I
Sentence Prayers Mrs,
I LASS; TREE GIVEN HY dinner party at their attractive homeon leading and Mrs. Mattie Manaire :M. Brownlee and children Mr. and R. DAVIS I & CO.
Mrs. Stringfellow and little daughter e
the beingas
street
: MISS/ AUERNATHY N. Walnut .menu closing.
follows: Reading: Because of Me-Mrs. Betty.

Miss Inez Abernathy gave her Oyster cocktail. Johns. I INSURANCE
Sunday school class: .t .I'hri'.tmns. tree Bouillon. Putting God l First-Miss Evelyn Victor artists broadcasted a program
at her home on Cherry street, and the Turkey with dressing, creamed pota- Jones. of music from New York City

class and a number of Invited guesta toes, English peas hot biscuits I The Value of Faith in Prayer- Thursday right at 9 p. m., and many AGENC E ABLISHED 1886
spent a most enjoyable evening. The Fruit salad. Mrs. Saxon. Starke people were present at DeWittC. I
of red and colfee and whippedcream. v Verse and Jones' to listen to the splendid
Christmas colors* green : Plum pudding My Favorite Scripture :
were! u.d In the decorations, spruya "Why I Like It-Mrs. Manaire. I mu lc. Mr. Jones reports considerable ST KE, FLA.2.LZl .
of holly being used effectively. | Red candles in silver holders were\ What the Ladies Council Has Done interest being taken in radio instruments

The feature of the evening\ was used in the dining room and red roses for Me-Mrs. Prevatt. I by people of Htarke and surrounding

\ the Christmas tree with IU numerous centered the table while tiny What the Ladles Council Has Done country and several ut- ,

Y:i.-\: gifts for the guests, und a recitation sprigs of holly were at each plate. I for All of Us During 192! J-:Mrs. J. F. were sold bv him during the holnluvs
I
h, by: little Miss Juanita Barefoot Those enjoying the evening were: !Johnson.
.' The following class, either were Mr. and Mrs N. Sternberg, !Mr. and I I What the Ladies Council Can Do '

I..;'. elected for the new your: 1 Mrs F. F. Stump Mr. and Mrs. O. L. for Us during the year 11)25!) --:Mrs. 'ENTAWOB'COLUMN.

:..' President Cleo Shepard. Bedsley, Mr. and !Mrs. G. M. Inman ,1C. W. Gillet. n nLOSTOne
Vice President Stella Whitney Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mr. and | A very pleasant surprise was the 1rib

Secretary, J''inen> Undtrhlil. I Mrs.. J. W. Andrew, Jr., Miss Mitble reading of a letter from a former active '

Treasurer, Louise Edwards. Weller and J. J. Truby. worker to the Ladies Council.

The hostess, assisted by her mother ,! Mm. J. Allen, of Bushnell.
Mrs P. M. Barefoot Mrs. U. A. UONERDEKLEMiss Song: Sweet By and By.

Newsom, Mrs. Mends Hodges and : Margaret Dekle and Mr. Prayer-Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Holstein cow with
Miss Gussie !Mae Bennett, served I At the conclusion 'refreshments of
; Boner, of St. Augustine were married | white face. Strayed from Rronker
sandwiches, wafers and hot chocolate. In Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. ''delicious ambrosia, and tasty choco- four weeks ago. Finder please notify ,- "

The following class! members were Boner ti womanhood in Lake ''Ittte cake were served by the hostess. S. V. Andrews, Brookcr, Flo.I 1 1I HI "" ,
present: Cleo Shepard, Stella Whit- Butler,!grew the daughter of the Into | These meetings are an incentive to I'. : :..._ t I'

ney, Mary Dean, Jeunutto Underhill, Judge and Mrs '1'. 10;. Dekle. She is a i I Christian work und are well attended. I WANTED-Farmer to move on mv Ii
I
Etta Fay Gilt and Louise Edwards; ,I talented attractive young lady and I Oscar Debose and bride are, the I farm 1 1-2 miles south of Starke IJ i

invited guests, Lena Belle Shepard Mr. Honor is prominent in business 'guests of Mr. Debose'.s grandparents Will half crop or any way to suit J
and.Vivian Kite.CIIRISTM.AS Augustine. The Times I( Mr. and !Mrs. David Jones. They have .I applicant. D. W. Alvarez. If .
St.
0--- -, -- -. circles of '. also visited Mr. Debose's aunts, Mrs. o Jet'tr Appliances for the home
their legion of friends in wishing fTrnTimileT" .\big shipment
SUNDAY SCHOOL joins them much happiness.-Lake ''II. B. Weest, and Mrs. J. J. Brannen ; FOR SALE-Good A.Griflls and office vas d 'ed and did not reach us until the
EN TE l Butler Times, December north of Kingsley Lake road known ( hri. tma" :ease
aunt, Mrs. D, W. Moore of Thercssu, the next few days.
Sunday -- -- - ----- reduced( es during
The Baptist school had a before their return to their home at as Lack Simmons place. 1-2-It. cow
4 I beautiful tree, and the Junior Choir : Vero. The most moder ay of getting breakfast and themoot

sang several inspiring Christmas Mrs. Idella Priest who has been FOR SALE-Grape vines, rooted; attractiveippliances. I quickest way is to use electrical
Mm. A. E. Death of Sir. Aitathu A. WilliamsThe one and two year old 1 Improved home
carols accompanied by for several months in South Florida, The electric !sockets in your carry -
Wall. Jnterspering the carols were death angel visited our town i returned to her home here last Sun- Italian Concord. I-year old, $1.50a : and he which at a twist or push from your
scripture reading and remarks by the last Tuesday Dec 23rd, and took dozen, $10 per hundred; 2yearold power and comfort.
beloved sister, day.Mr. 1 $2 a dozen, $20 per )lUndred. anger tips mea ise
pastor Rev. J. J. Bullen. The special from our midst our and Mrs. W.. H. Griffin left
I feature of the evening was the splendid Mrs. Agatha A. Williams. ,lust Monday for Di\field, where they Dom Frigo, Lawtey, Fla. 12-19-4t!) ELECTHI :Ql1IP' IEl'iT MODERNIZES
I reading, "The Other Wise Man," Mrs. Williams was born in Bradford I NOTICE OF
I will spend the remainder of the STOCKHOLDERS! MEETING E AND ELIMINATES THE
i! by Miss Isla 1'oppell, of Plant City. county, near Hampton October winter months I' Notice It hereby iclvi-n that the nvuliir nn- YOUH JI

1\ The Methodist school had a fine 17, IH71. Her maiden name was Miss Cecil Hall, who has been visiting r Stnrko mi'ctlnit will of be utockhoMiTa held In 1'..banking at the room.Rank DRUDGERY I
" r cedar tree, which was loaded with Agatha A. Kcddish.. She was marriedto In Slarko. Florida on Tumday, January 13.
her Mr. and :Mrs. B. E. :
t gifts for the members of the school. Mr. A. M. Williams, April the 30, parents 119'25, at 7ae: .p. m.. to eNict a board of dlrretod GRILLS I
I Hall left last Monday for West Palm fur thj tnmilriK year and lo trnn.nctuch HEAT S
.' Before the distribution of presents 1H1H.! To this union three children Roatji where she will continue her other builneis a. may come bpforo ihpm.
the school sang, "Little Town of | were .born, all of whom servive her. I '.?.? ,.? R.\WSON J. D.\VIS.
: ;< work as teacher in the high school. '- ONS PERCOLATORS
I I Cashler.v WAFFLE
Bethlehem," nccompuined by Mrs A. | She united with the Baptist church, I A. N. Wilson of Keystone Heights, NOTICE
-I' which the intermudi- in 1892! in which she was OP STOCKHOLDERS! MEETING
Z. Adkins after of Hampton,
spent the week-end with his uncle, Notice .I. hereby "oven that the regular an. btain pie his week and start a new era of com-
ate and primary classes sang, "Hark! i u true und faithful member until God W. B. Alexander. nual meeting of the nUx-khoMi'r.. of the Law. ) one
the Angel's Song." The pastor, Rev. saw fit to call her home. She was a I ley State Hank,, will be held. in it. banking' ort in jour h ,
I Mr. P. W. Dirt spent last Sunday room. In La b>y. Florida on rumitay. Jan.
C. F. Starnes, rend I the lesson true and loving wife, a kind and affectionate .
scripture 13. I0J8. at S:00 p m. to elect u board, of
with Mr. Birfs C. A. Birt.J.
I son
i in the second chapter of Luke I mother a useful sympa- dlrrcton. for tho ensuing year and tran..tMuoh
...
W. Nimmo, of Clearwater spent other basin aa may come heron them.
telling of the announcement of the ,thetic neighbor and will be greatly I the holidays with his sisters, Misses A. L. TAYLOH. DjVitt C. Jones
:; birth of Jesus, and also offered missed by the whole community. Weare Mary and Ada Nimmo. l-ii-Jt-l.U Cmhlir"NOTICE .
I'nul Richard Long I comforted by the sweet promise ,
I 1 prayer. Knight :Miss Janettc Durden, of Tampa OF BrocKHoi.DEKs! MEETING
and Glenn Wood sang, "Merry: that we shall meet her again in the Nntleo I in h..Iy coven. that the ovular annual HARDWARE
I was the guest: of her uncle A. A. mcrtinv of thestockholder* tar the Bradford
Christmas" accompanied by Mrs. mansion not made with hands. 'I Durden last Saturday and Sunday. : County Hank will be held' In Its banking
I). 10. Knight, after which a joint re-I She leaves besides a host of friends .
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citation "Christmas Bell.s," was giv- u husband A. M. Williams, two sons -- ---- I -t -- -

en by Louise anil Louie Brown Leslie I Ralph and I Kay Williams, a daughter.Miss THEUESSAThercssa
"' Higgs and Dorothy White. Eva May Williams, all of Hampton -
Jan. 2 :M. :M. Brinsonis
,:. As the! last number on the program ; two brothers borne Reddish of I
the superintendent, Mr. E. K. Perry- Starke, and Robert, Reddish of Wal visiting friends at Alachua this

:' man announced. u solo by little Lois do; one sister Mary Jane Reddish, of week. ,
I The friends of Beiburger
Eugene -
Adkins. Hampton.The I many \ HULL'S ; TORE
r' remains were interred in Santa [I will be glad to know he is'I

.: JUNIOR CLUBCIIItISTMAS Fee cemetery on December 21th. i home again after a serious iIlne<.. (:

PARTY The funeral services were conductedby I; We hope to see him well and strong

is her pastor, nt.>v. W. B. Hicks, of again soon. I
i The members of the Junior Clubentertained Waldo. The active pall bearers were: Cecil Maines and wife of Hampton ''

.? at a party Christmas I D. W. Swindle, W. Allgood; M. L. visited her mother Mrs. F. Clov. Another Bunch of turday Specials

l night at the club house. Tho building Wntterson and F. M. Johnson. ers .tt1e, during Christmas week. I
;, : warn decorated with holly mistletoe Jan. 2-Rev. Hicks of Friends of Mr. R. C. Heiberger will Just this reciate
Hampton, at time a special price on
everyone can
and red and green crepe paper. Waldo filled his regular appointment be glad to hear that his son, C. B,
: Interesting games and contexts at the Baptist Thurch last Sunday who is in the navy, has been promoted
!I
were played and an impromptu musi- .morning und evening. to chief radioman. I[

Val program wax enjoyed. :Misses I Mr. F. M. Johnson and family arc Mrs. I R. :M. llersey's three brothers I Ii [ Staple Mechandise
j \AlleenIvorez and Madge Middleton, leaving this week for Jennings where i were visitors at Mr. and. Mrs.: Hersey's ,
:' assisted by several members of the Mr. Johnson will superintend and home during Christmas.Mr. I

I club served a delicious. salad course, I demonstrate tobacco raising He will and :Mrs. Heath Kempster of

; t after which fill assembled in the audi- 'I leave his uk-m in charge of Mr. P.I Lake Geneva, were visitors at the SPECIAL SPEC L SPECIAL

E.-. I vtorium where stood a Christmas treor' W. Swindle, who is both a successful home of Mr. Heiberger Sunday. I ,
: with many candles burning on its farmer. The many friends of :Mrs. James ,
branches, throwing a soft light over und experienced( / Moore will be glad to know she has I With every purchase on Saturday Inulated Sugar Q lb.
3
t' the darkened room. On the tree were I The Ladies Council of the Christian relf4lne
I :favors for everyone present, tin I ChurchOn I stricken blind several weeks past and
horns for the boys und squeaking had not been able to see.
Dec.. 21th, Mrs. J.
Wednesday
dolls for the girls.i i I Strictly High-grade Self-Rising
i __ I V. Jones entertains the Ladies Council avy 4-atring Broom
i Flour
IIICIILANDIllghland t 60
( DINNER PARTY at her home at 3:30:: p. m. The following ; < 1.20 ''Lcellent Quality C
24 Ib. Sack P
i" 1 BY DR. AND MRS.: HICKS; I program was rendered: Jan. 2-Mrs.: L. J. Marr
---- Subject: The Universal Birthdayof and Miss Addie :Marr, of Live Oak :;
I IL'nd'r
't t. On the last evening of1121 1!> Dr. Jesus. are visiting Mrs. E:. Wilkinson. j
t.. and Mrs. K.: L. Biggs! gave an elegant l1issIllY! Jones. I :Mr. and !Mrs. Bailey Lang and Timothy Hay $1 65 lb. Handled Axe $1 1 0

I'4 -- I children of Odessa spent the holidays Per 100 IBs. egular $2.00 value .

; here the guests of :Mr. and.Mr: ,
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I). I.ang. I Cup and Saucers Mates

; i One Day Battery visited:Mr. and relatives Mrs. here Whims last, week.Mr. of Ellzi-v.: each, 20c, 15c, lOc, and aJ IC]ach, 20c, 15c, and lOc

and Mrs. li. Boggs\ \ and son

t Tucker were visitors to JacksonMllcWednesday. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDE EAR, TWO PIECE UNION SUITS I

,: ,1 Charging Service i L. E. Wimbcrly. of Madison arrived JUST H f PRICE I

:Monday for week's visit with hi.I. .

I.'. Wimberly and family.Mr. JlTURDAY

I Saves Time and Money For You : .were and Mrs.visitors Jim here Godwin Monday of Maville \- I These Prices For ONLYOUR

Get jour flattery in before! a. m. and( it is ready: by :3p. m. Albert Lamons returned Sunday'

I- t the same\ day with a better, longer lived charge than you from Gainesville where he spent. a GROCERY. STOCK IS CLEf AND FRESH AND PRICES ARE
week with his parents.
had In-fore.
I t eter Mr. and :Mrs. 11. K. Adams of ATTRACTIVE T( AREFUL BUYERS

,'. "' No Long Expensive Waits or Rentals Hampton, visited Mr. and. Mrs. H l'.

Wimberly :Monday.
r With Our Constant Potential Battery Walter Butler left Friday on a motor WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR IN FRESH FRUITS AND

I. "'' Charger ty. trip through Lakeland und vicini FIVE POUND BAGS VEGETABLES EVERY DAY


I f Our equipment I is recommended by all the leading hatter'manufacturers. Clyde Jones spent the week-end --

r-- This impnned charging method lengthens with friends at :Madison. FEEDS AND FERTILIZERS CRATE MATERIAL;

' hatter life and cannot: possibly harm the buttery.A Highland Lodge No. 7'., F. & A. :M.
elected and\ installed officers for the

\ year 1925 as follows: BRICK AND LIME j FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS
;. \\KI.L UI.MtCKD(; : VTTERY'' GIVES YOl'R CAR James Sapp W. M.Kilcr .

Cannon, S. W.
More Lights
Power---Brighter
IS.: D. GritHs, J. W.

II. C. Wimberly, Treasurer | ANYTHING YCp 1 NEED ASK US

Quick Start---Plenty of Pep II. C. Wimberly, Jr., :Secretary'; i
F. M. Crews, S. D. I I\
\ Try' our One Day 1 Battery Ser\ice just! once and you'll always John, W. Wilkinson. J. D. '

: h.i\e > iiiir b.itterj chanced bj (thi- improved method. K. W. Wilkinson, Stow.art HULL' STORE :
Jack Osteen. Stewart '

SMITH'S GARAGE John GrifliH, Tyler .

Phone 120 I J. L. Strickland Chaplain.This N. B. ULL, Prop.
Ir meeting was held Saturday! ,
Starke" Florida. December 27th and was well attended. I

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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
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bowcU end d1__..onan Induclal .
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GOOD DIGESTION-- -- BANK OF STARKE i
Concerning .
COp Ie. Business and on a motor trip in South Florida, I
Progres of unty and Tou-n. stol'pinlat Lakeland to visit Mrs. I I I .
Knight's sister, !Mrs. Charles I.arson.1

I... ,I ;I I I! At the close of business on December 3 I st. 1924
I Judge A. V. Lone, of Palatka, and
J. J. Rigdon was a business v Th,o'i-and, and thousands of White son A. C. Long, of U. S. Naval Academy -I 4 1:
to Olustee Wednesday. :ern u,' i ones plants now ready.! 20c I Annapolis MJ., spent Sunday I. .
er 1 1 1)11) '. $l.75 per thousand. N. B. here.. with Mrs. F. H. Long and family : :
Charles Darby spent Tuesdaull. and other relatives.
Jacksonville with relatives. i I ;

'Mi*- Jennie Hull, tl Titusville, Earl Roberts, who is a student at We feel a pride in calling public attention to the following sworn statement
N. D. Wainwright is making a'en '> ter.tl days last week with Tulane University, Now Orleans, was
I the condition of this bank at the close of the 1 1924
through South Florida this week.r i\III< ;V, N. B. Hull.nm here this week with his sisters, Mrs. L showing year :
E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, J;

E. S. Matthews will go to Tallallu fmtth, of Waldo, spent Fri Jr. ;
see to attend the inauguration. in :Clarke attending to business -" I Resources Liabilities !
tt er Mr.\ and Mrs. C. C. Robinson, of .0). 1
: ---- Rochester. N. Y., spent the Christmas $111,6373}
LeRoy Roan, of Tampa spent p. : Loans and Discounts Capital Stock $ 15000.00
last week here with fr nds. a,:k butch, BUick salesman, of holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. If.
of
e ( '..tv, wn in town Monday and Colley. They left ftrst of this week ..> Overdrafts 20' .5fi: Surplus( und I'ndivided Profits 10221.17: t
*'dn,, i for a trip through the southern part .
T. T. Long spent Saturday I of the state.. Ii United States Monds i 11,330.00: ; Individual depn.sits: subject to i
Jacksonville attending to business. ;:'
hlldren's shoes, $1.00 per Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wcekley, of :Municipal Bond lfi.000.00) check 130.927.I17:
';; and up at Stump's. Oaks Starke I
Wednesday ; spent the holidays in ,
O. W. White spent tI
Jacksonville attending to business. t with Mr, and Mrs.\ E. \V. Hayes, and I Hanking! House, Furniture and Sating: Deposits) 72.l7fi.21: .
> i I anova, of Jacksonville, spent with :Mrs. Wt ekley's parents, !Mr. and
pf> ':ic holidays with his parents, I I Mrs A. S. Strickland, of Kinjruloy Fixtures 9.203.19:! : Time Certificates 5.11.1.'ICashier : : .
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bryan, of Lay'tad Mr*. K. E. Cancva.t I .
luke.
tey, were visitors to Starke Friday --- I. Tax Certificates 7I&<\.73: : Checks! outstanding: ; 725.80;)

liit. h Green, of Jacksonville, was Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, J. 1 M.Truby. Other Heal Estate 2,020.11: Certified Cheeks 80.00) !. 1
Shoe sale at Stump's. em 1 tguv-i of his parents) Mr. Miss Mable Wellcr and Mr<. I .
Irs A. II. Green J. \\'. Killian, of Black Mountain, N. i. 'ash on hand and due from Banks 7(5,397.37( : Other liabilities l.O.Vt.51; : : ,;
One Wiggins and Hamilton Rite 1-i> C., motored to Gainesville Sumtay

motored to. Gainesville Sunday aftei'.I. :-.. T. Hitch: und httlu son, N. afternoon 1 i-,... Total $231,02tt.$5: Total $2.11,020.83: ..-
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nn. 1 returned last week from At- -
i t.II t.t f i Ladies' "shoe sale $1.00) per 1-. f.*>
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Niles Ray left Thursday for Nel pair and up at :StUntl)''''. .
York City after a visit here with rein- o' Ci j ,us itRiuh: of Gastonia, N. have added I
tivc-3. (fvi linlrelntivell and friends Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, The bank has had a good year.Ve many new *

rki, during the holidays Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrew, I *>
Mrs. Emma Richard spent the holl,_ I Jr., and children spent Christmas dayin if names to our deposit ledger. Our stockholders were paid a ,"1I
days in Palatka with Mr. and Mrs. IJ![. and I Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch Lawtcy with E. J. Roberts and *
C. Richard.Ras Cl.iistnmday in Gainesville family.Mr. fine dividend and we have passed a substantial sum to our un- ,
> Mr. und, sire S. II.
I r parents,
Brinson, of Fiftone, uperi t t 'e. and !Mrs J. F, Colley and little I $ divided profits account. We start the new year with the '
Monday here with his sister, Mrs. J r. daughter. Katie! spent Sunday in .-. .
E. Corpening.Miss Sara Sweat, jf Inverness, re- Archer itti. ..f's.'C: ley's parents, I J pleasing prospect of it being the best year in our history. We ',
I 'homc Saturday ifter spending\ I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Robinson, who | -
Louise Osteen, of Plant City, I t-"d.is with her sister, Miss' gave a dinner for twenty-five mem- I j I thank and all. |
spent several days recently with Miss l'eit' and brother, G C. Sweat.I bers of their family.Mr. you, one
Inez Abernathy.Mrs. +- .
I I. E. Edwards and daughter, and Mrs. J. F. Colley had as + .0).
L. V. Moore is spending a few I able, are spending several Christmas guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. .
days in Jacksonville with her daughter -'UJacksonville' with Mm. J. L. Robinson and Virginia Fugatc, of I ; -
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Archer; Grace, Ruby, Perry and Eva I
Fugate: of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.J. i
Mrs. Sid Johnson, of Plant City, f IScott returned Saturday to Ray Colley, of Hampton. V '
has been visiting her parents, Mr. D'afler' spending a week with Bank of Starke ,
and Mrs. William Struth. hit, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. J. Heenan Williams is shipping $ ,
Sc fine turnips to the east coast in barrel *
Thousands and thousands of White lots. Some placed on display at s>
Bermuda onion plants now ready. 20c I :tin" Peek, who has been the ''I the Strout Farm Agency were exceptionally -''f. The Bank of Helpful Service i
per 100, $1.75 per thousand. N. B. K"C"I. and Mrs. C. L. Peek, returtnturday large. !
.. Hull. I to her home in I '.
Jacih. I Ir I As New Year guests Mr. and Mrs. E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. R. J. DAVIS, Cashier 1

Better buy one of those 4-pound \ I II E. W. Hayes had !Sir and Mrs. N. G. +
handled axes at Hull's\ on Saturday. Mrs J, C. Poppell and i Hayes, I*. O. Hayes and family of e +
Only $1.10 and worth $2.00. I chil>f plant City, were Christ I rooker. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes, I. .i. i.i"i.i"!.!+i.f.t.i. t.t+i."f..f.i"!.....'. .f. !..... .. .,. .. .f.I.1
muss: of his parents, Mr. and of Moore Haven, and Miss Jessie

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and Mrs. Poppell. Canon, of Lake Butler. ---- _. --- --- ... . .- . .... ...--
returned Tuesday afte i **.9.i* .i.t.t+ +{ {** *+. .u. < *+ i .
family are spending this,week with I son, Gerald l, I I... *
relatives and friends at Stuart. I T'l1baulCh' who spent the 'I Mr. and !Mrs. R. O. BuforJ, of noon from Jacksonville where" they
hollulth his parents, Mr. and. Jacksonville returned home Sunday, hud spent several days with relatives

The W. Tk Weeks Chapter, U. D. C" I !Mrs.. Limbaujrh.! returned Sat- after spending/( the holidays in Starke I Miss Aileen Howling of Jacksonville' 1 All Next WeekBarnesEdwin j

at will the meet home Wednesday of Mrs. ,L.the A.7th Davis.at 3:31: I urdii ra"ota. with Stillcy.her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Ben returned Middleton with, and her will cousin spend, Miss several lla/.el ::1 1

Ahck returned Saturday to I days here. |
St. lung after spending the !Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon had as
Miss Thelma! Brinson returned tl<)
'' holiilith, his Mnj. and guests during the Christmas holidays, nTudi-'
Fiftone after visit witl a' parents Mrs. J. M. Alvaroz has been
Tuesday a ;Mrs. Beck. Mr. and Mr! J. L. Corbett of Hunt for Buckley Brothers f Players
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Corpening.Mrs. !I Flossie of ;
I City, and Miss Rigdon high class line of dress goods, drap-

Catherine Davis has returnee(I Mr.Mrs. L. D. Green and Jacksonville. I' nit's, hosiery and children's readymade -
childrd Mrs. A. II. Green spent and! has just received '
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garments:
from a month's stay in Palatka witl I + In Comedies and Dramas
her brother, A. B. DeMontmollin. I SundnVIayo with Mrs. L. A.Dees. James Shepard spent the holidays I I samples of their exqunite new spring I a Repertoire
here with his family and later wentto materials. Phone 137 for appoint .
-- Waycross, Ga. Mr. Shepard is ex- This the line of goods for- I ;
Mrs. J. B. Mills and children, o!.I Col.Mrs.! A. Z. AdkinH will pected to return here Sunday accom- ment.merly carried is by Mrs. I.. E Miner. Gaiety Theatre Starke s
Jacksonville, are guests of her pa leave y for Tallahassee to attend panied by his daughter-in-law, :Mrs.
rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas. figuration of Governor Charles Shepard.Mr. liROUKUU .

Martin / y
Mrs. Elizabeth Johns has returned and Mrs. L. V. !Moore had as Miss Lubidia Punholster, of Tam. .
from a visit in Gainesville where she !Mr. rs. B. M. Dowhng, of dinner guests Christmas day, Mr. pa, visited her mother, Mrs. J. J. Presenting High Class Feature Plays tI
was the guest of Mrs. A. M. Pettit. Jacksoi, were guests of relativesin and !Mrs. R. It. Alvarez and MISH Penholster, during the Christmas
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Stuart of the week. Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville; Mr. holidays.Mrs. I and Comedy Successes t
Mr. and Mrs. Scott, of Waldo, have and Mrs. W. E. Knox and August hammer Fowler, of Starke wa w
rented the Crews cottage on N. Walnut Amore recent visitors to Bockerman.Rev. visiting/ friends here this week. -* .-
street, and will soon move here. I Gaineswere Mr. andIrs.! E.M. Mrs. Roy Godwin and family, of Vaudeville Between Acts 4
John rliff John, John Powell, and Mrs. D. E. Burtner, of Gainesville visited M r. and Mrs. M. f : t
Miss Ethel Moore returned home Mr. and Snyder and guests Rev. Boston, Mais., and Mrs. A. M. Event, P. Matheny during the holidays.Mrs. I .
Wednesday from Lulu, where she of Stanford Cunn., who have been ,I O. G. Strayhorne, of Waldo, Who Can
spent part of the holidays.Mr. I Mrs. Bennett and !Mrs. O. J. the guests of Mr and :Mrs. It. M. spent Thursday here with her parents : Singers Sing f
Turner Jondny for Mavnn Ga., Snyder, left Tuesday for Coral Gables Mr. and Mrs. E.: M. lIazl'n.I -
and Mrs. J. D. Carlton, of I to be at edslde of their sister, where they will visit Mrs. Althea'I I Mr. and Mm. P. M. Barefoot and Dancers Who Can Dance
Jacksonville spent! several days last Mrs. G. ngleton who is seriously Merrick. I daughter, Juanita, of Sturkc, spent I *
week with Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.Mr. ill. I Saturday here.
Mr.. 'and Mrs. George C. Livingston I Mr. Henry Osteen and niece, .tt Comedians Who Can Make
and Mr. Bryant Hodges, of Mr. ais.; J. W. White gave a I I and daughter Miss Margaret, Miss I I. Louise, of Plant City visited his parents .tt ;
Jacksonville, were Christmas guestsof family d party on New Year's Louise Goshner and George Riley Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen thin' .-
Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman.NOTICE day in ciment' to their nephew ; McMasters, all of Tampa, motored week. t You
Niles Ra\New York City. i iI I here Tuesday and are guests of Miss I -Ralph Hazen. of St. Petersburg Laugh *
I Kate Livingston. I visited home folks during the holi !- ,-*
I !Mrs. 'orbett: of Plant City, days. +-
returned Sunday after spending Mrs. D. E Knight and sons, Hollis I I Curl Ward, of Jacksonville visited jW
the ( mss holidays with her and Paul motored to Lakeland, Tampa home folks this week. One Solid Week of Real Shows !
1 parents :>id t Mrs. J. J. Rigdon.\ Sarnsota and other points In I I Alvin Clemons, of St. Petersburg, *
South Florida during/ the past week. I is home for the holidays.A. -
This is to notify our Miss F.. Rigdon left Saturday While in Eakeland they were guests A. Hazen and family, of Gainesville #
customers that our business afternoon Jacksonville, after of Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs. Charles spent Thursday here with rela- SDt Jan. 5th to 10th
is not to be sold or I'en.linal days with her parents Larsen. tives.
consolidated as has been Mr. Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. ; 'r. and I\Irs. A. F. Robinson, of 9.

rumored. Dr. and Mrs E. R. Marshburn and Okeechnbee, spent the holidays herewith I'.*..+'+f+t+ .,.!.- ,.... ... ... i-. ...!.,. ,.,. .... .'.t..-
of Raiford, home folks. J
children spent
shall continue to : M. F. li .Jias returned to his ChrlKt-1 ahd Al-
We wife, Mrs. mas day with Mrs. I H. P. Jainey, P. J. Lewis,
serve the interests of our h-mie in T4 and his few days longer rents, !Mr. and Mrs. Get W., len Green spent Monday in Stark I Sunday i-veiiini hire stiillution.!. ,, fui. I'uic. Hill, Lodge No. P, F.1. ,
clients as evidently/ in t the Brown., with is heients ling a Mr. and Mrs. r.. man. Mr. and :Mrs. George C.; White I IMio4 I Mr. F.. M. Ilazen and family spent Orville \Vl&rtof/ Tumpn, M sp" rnl- & A. :M, Deieml.erJ7th, : and the following ,
future as in the past.lVe MatthewThounn.ld Mona and Blanche Alderman, Sunday in Waldo with their Ti Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman were also !Mrs O. G. Strayhorne. I and Mrs. L. II. Fut'hif I.uw- I It J. Ostrcn, W, M.
aUo take! this opportunity ----' -
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to here. I G; B.
Sunday Colson. J. W.
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friends for favors Bermuda orsJant' row read' )'. 20c spent Ardell Crosby, ol Jacksonville, is
past \ umV children
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. U R. Gainey P. A. Crosby Treasurer.
B.
them nProsperous thousand. N home folks here th. week.
and to wish for per 100. $1. Ir Christmast holidays in visiting I
a family dinner party Sunday, spent the I. W. Uarkey, .
and New .. gave I IamonII' Secretary.J.
Happy
Hull. R. Rev W. M. Moody, of LaCroitsa,
J. Plant City.
those present! being
Year. who Roberts )Ir.. Efflc Miner and children i, Mr. and, Mr*. E. B. Crosby, of I spent the week-end here with friends. W. L. Penholster, S. D.
fol. anrl ';J. E. Futrh.Mrs! H. I Mr. and l Mrs. George Roberts Jacksonville, spent this week herewith r Ardell Crosby and Miss Lubidia II. R. Drown, J. D.
have been vftg! :Mr. and| N. Mr. and Mrs W. F.. Teroda, all ofLawtey friends and relatives.R. Pcnhalter spent Sunday at Hampton. C. J. Craws, S. S.

J. R. DAVIS & CO. I.Limbnugh. Brownlce, \.reave$ Ir. alldIrs.T.tomorrow: for I and ion;, Dr.Leslie.and Mrs. E. L. Biggs I I Thursday. A. Weeks in Starke.and family spent I the Mr.weekend and Mrs.in A.Graham.Mr. J. Wasdin. spent L. U. Waters, J. 8.

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their home i nLond. __ Charles Wodsworth spent the holiday and Mrs. R. J. Osta n leant Byrd, Marshal.O.
r Madison. Sunday in tark W. former, Chaplin.J. .
Insurance Agency Mrs. W. E. Middleton and daughters at his horn In
Col. and !MO. E. Knight week and Madge and IlaMl., ad I I Leroy Wasdin, of Graham, spent The Masons\ held] their aonaul In- U. Raimy, Tyler.
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i Death Lint in Oklahoma SchoolHouse I through the door out in the _nuw.I .

I I II Blaze Is l. Thirty-Three Vainly he fouirht to re-enter the ill
I building. But he was held back and t
il FARMERS AND 'IIILCKERS ARK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Hobart, Okla., Dec- :20.-With the his eallls to his sweetheart went un-

I ARTICLES: : OF 'All\1 EXPERIENCES:: AND METHODS FOUND \ identification of the last victim established answered.To ,, r 1aY

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY.; I I' the rechecked death list in Provide For ChildrenA I

_on -- -_ the Christmas Eve lire at the I3abb committee of Hobart citizens has
i .Switcirural school, .stood at 33. been appointed by Major F. E. dlle.iplo *
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AHOI"T .FEW PECAN : of children t It v
I HOW I Twenty I injured persons are still confined to provide for the care I
TREES? I EXTRACTS; FROM COUNTY < in two hospitals. One ia ex- orphaned by the fire and to

AGENTS': REI-OKl'S pected to die and two others are in a work toward rehabilitation of the .
II A pel-tin I tree with little care iiud 1 :'' . critical condition. home life of Bubb's Switch. A 111""'" ;

attention will return crops of nuts I I After all the dead were believed ment is under way to raise funds for d fi
much out of proportion to those of Hamilton More turning 3 "
plows are Okla
j 'I a monument to those killed in t s
other treed.Specialists. stumps and breaking l land for -t homa's worst Christmas tragedy. I I!"'e V

of the Florida College many seasons. ,, funeral services were to be held for '. monument would bo placed either in W + .
I of Agriculture are convinced that a''''I 10 to bo buried today. Funeral services 'I. Hobart or on the site of the fire y
few pecan trees have a place in just Okaloolla-l\tany farmers are pull- dead will !
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for the remaining Three small fires in Hobart yesterday I
' about every home yard in Florida, '' ingstumps and breaking land for Ii r rI
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Accordingly I \ year's crops. Bits of jewelry, shreds of clothing One of the blazes, originating in a I II II
\ and dental work were relied on for jewelry store, caused a mild panic in I
pointers to the paean grower: Dade-Grove owners are finding
Identification in cones, so badly
many two nearby moving picture theaters,
i market for their fruits in the
Wherever the tho goad
hickory
grows worn bodies burned. The last body but no oat was injured seriously.
., pecan usually will grow, and sandy fancy Christmas box trade, more fruit I Identified wan. that of little I.ilia Re- Authorities said they expected to I t j

> Hull not naturally adapted to the' moving through this channel than ville. "It must be F.llin," sobbed her take no action toward investigatingthe

hickory will grow thrifty pecans, If any season heretofore!, and for very I I father when all other bodies had Babb's :Switch, lire Vigilance of I -- of

l proper attention Is ,given to cover fancy prices. I been I identified and his little girl still the school trustees in placing wire Thu is ti- tit xshn Ji; I ,
: crops anti mulching. wall missing. netting over the outside of the school Coo4idgL-s mau-jurat..n' committee members ate.
the
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Mnnntt'lelery: in! in fine condition \'. i t
\ Get your trees from tho nearest re- and some will be unusually early; I I Love I* Durled I windows to keep out vandals was held an elaborate Reese. c.rer.i.nM. I aac G .us. .pair and J. T. Lloyd

\ I i liable nursery, and do not try to get peppers and other mixed fall vegetables In the ashes there lies a love which : chiefly responsible for the heavy loss I A. __._.._.... .__
i the biggest nut they have. Ask for been good perished within a few hours of its of life. Could the windows of the one-
- varieties which are known to do wellin \! bringing prices. fruition Gladys; Clements and Claude I I story structure have been used an a 1 I All injured were reputed,' Oafl \l'W", station here, and from
the Kansas City Star station
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your community. A medium to \eminole-L'mlCwood:\ is going over Holding, sweethearts since childhood, means of egress virtually all of the I I proved today excel t MlOp" WQ\, i!
I Kansas City.
large paper shell\ pecan is preferred. top with biggest and best community wonto! have been married yesterday. I I 200 persons in the building could have who has been unc' isciou- sin tfire. in moderated :

If several trees are to he planted, get I fair vcr! pulled in the State; cooperation Today Gladys' seared body lay in al j I escaped, it was. believed. As it was, I \ Nineteen stil. are _I in ho ,,its. ,-,1 the.during Southwest the day temperature but train serv-

two varieties rather than one. is doing it. morgue here. Not far away, Claude the door was the only exit, and the TilE ENTIRE :NATIONIN :' wire communication showed J
As a rule It does not not pay to try I seriously burned and with a broken persons furthest from it, had little NEARLY ICY IA;> > ice and
GRIP WINTER'S little indications', of returning to nor-
I
to save money in buying peeantreeH. I, Hillsborough Strawberries are heart, battles for his life in a hospital\ ,, chance to escape. I
The variety best adapted to your null, with hearts with the i -- mal.
moving rapidly and bringing growers teeming joy 1 1I .At two previous Christmas eve 'or '
if and Severe Cold Originating/ in Jffhv list of deaths directly or indirectly -
healthy unntunted, is what you good prices. couple had gone to the ill-fated school' celebrations! at the school Christmas
I. want, regardless of cost. I I I house Wednesday night to commune' trees caught tire but were extinguished west Nears Atlantic Scaboird, due to the storm in the Southwest -

From December! till the first of Wakulla-Abut 1,000( ( ( acres of watermelons I with their friends and neighbors in without serious damage. Last Carrying Sleet Snow and section increased to eleven when
I
February )H the ideal time to plant. will be grown here next the spirit of Christmas. Christmas William Curtis, who lost Windstorms. another and two children at Hobart,

P Set the trees out carefully with spring I 1 Hand in hand, they .sat on the back his life in this year's fire, played the Oklahoma were burned to death In a

plenty of top soil packed well around row through the Christmas tree ex- role of Santa Claus and, during the Chicago, December 20 Win! t fire started by an over-heated furn-

the roots which should be spread out Okocchobec Preparations are ercises and whispered of their love distribution of gifts, his white beard icy hand tonight held in Its tS t ace. Property damage estimated at

pretty much as they grew originally.I being made for a large acreage of and future happiness. caught fire, but he quickly exting- nearly an entire nation. Several hundred thousand dollars
t l Ho not pack fertilizer around the early watermelons here. I'I Dow Holding, Claude's brother, uished it. The severe cold which origin 4 was caused by the storm and cold

was playing the role of Santa Claus. six days ago into the North it Weather in Missouri.

roots.Water the trees) next spring, if Itl I Osceola-Strawberries and other When he reached for a present near I Last Victims Buried neared the Atlantic suabourd. ie | Christmas mail was being delayed

I l is very dry, and mulch the soil clone' truck moving; former bringing growers I I the top of the tree, he inadvertently Hobart, Okla., Dec. 27.-The eartb brunt of the zero weather was It throughout the country by the storm,

I to the trees with rotted leaves, grass good returns upset one of the lighted candles. In closed today over the last of the victims in the middle West while the N and it was estimated that it mightbe

i or any form of decaying vegetable Lake-Poultry show held in Eustis tin instant the tree was afire and of the Babb Switch school house west and Pacific coast, regions a- throe or four days before normal
I matter. then flames were licking the room and flro. perature were moderating oltlih wire communications were restored
was a big success; over 400 entries
The pecan has more deep-growing I of line birds Judge Marshall. said walls of the small roof Twenty found repose in one larlteICrave still unseasonably cold. V Michigan reported four fatalities'

anchor roots than most trees but its show bent he;hud ever seen this side : the small room. Thalirl's'I{'I and six in separate ones. A atom wake of the mm, sleet and, w, clue to the cold, while in Chicago, four

feeder roots are close to the surface, I Southeastern in Atlanta; attendancefine I I Pendempmum reigned. cold wind whipped across the cemetery followed by genera': 'ar persons were killed during 21 hoursin

just about tho color of the soil, and ; F. W. Harrett, barred rock hand gripped her lover's tighter as us one by one the caskets, white, zero and sub-zero tempi r; res I accidents due directly or indirectly -

easily cut by deep plowing. Cultlva-I breeder In Umatilla won loving the flames leaped higher. Together I J gray and black, were placed in the which left a trail of upwards: *. J to the weather
cup
tion should be shallow. A I'they blasted l from the frozen dead disrupted w' r >nv
for best all-round exhibit; he also fought to gain the door way. long trench score badly

even a hoe, may be used to keep I, won the bust cock in entire show. I'I'I I The surging mob tore them apart. soil.So munieatiuns, delayed train t ice"Hulferlng Ormimd, Beach-Careful preparations -
weeds down. I I I I Bolding looked for his bride-to-be. lie ] chilled was the air that few on the part of hum.und: have been going forward for the

j A few trees, set out now will, with !! M"rlon--F"rmer" preparing to buy saw her being trampled down by aside from intimate friends and rela- livestock and fear of a fuel si r age past two weeks at the "Casements,"

., a .small amount of attention, give an fertilizers fur next yenjr; they have 'merciless' feet. lie struggled toward t tives gathered at the graveside. No in some sections. :vIndications 'I winter residence of John D. Rockefeller -

abundance of nuts. for homo use in I decided that they save much by buying her! but was pushed backward toward services were held the memorial were that the 'ere in anticipation of his expected

;, a few years.FERTILIZE. ,, cuoperatively.Putname'arloads. (I the door. Another shot sent him ceremony yesterday sufficing, 1'01'III.. cold would continue tonight 'I.Ughc arrival here. The housekeeper, gardener -
---- but
out most of the United Stu hiiulTeur and Mr. Rockefeller'spersonal
I : HTKAU MERRIES: : of fertilizer and moderating temperatures a i fairweather
all
who attends to
TO I STUJU 1.\1'''; FRUITING seed potatoes are being unloaded at might be expected tI crow secretary
the homo
business pertaining to ,
East I'alatka; planting is under way Despite a slight clearing '. Jiri
Proper fertilization is important in were arrivals here recently and immediately -
in early Federal Point area; land weather conditions, wire oni nlca-I
strawberry culture stimulate began setting the mansion
to
especially
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I throughout whole potato area being Our Cross-Word pu:1:1Belu' of lllinoix, \iouri,
fruiting. Into December and, tions to parts in order for the comfort of the oil
rapidly! prepared for planting. Oklahoma, Texas and other ,dddle '
January Is the time to begin lertiliz- I king.
Western states, were elimnJIorpractically :
injr for this .
purpose.A
Brevard-Large area potatoes hag cut off today III, mcities anY I More than 100,000 workers are
good plan consists in
applying
I a already been planted here; r.ow coin were forced to depend" ',the now employed in the chemical industry -
third of the fertilizer before thu ing up. \\ is printed the first of the This puzzle was arranged by !Mr. utufcle
radio for their of the
\ news t in Italy.
plants are set, u third six weeks later popular cross-word. puzzles which Cedric C. French for this newspaper.
might
world. The Associated\ Pn+
I and the final third when the plantsare PaHI'o-Dade City poUltrymen led will now bo featured in this newspaper Perhaps after having worked this continued to serve its II-! and :More than 550,000,000 square feet

I beginning to bloom. Tho entire In premiums ut Plant City poultry i I from time to time. Underneath one out you will want to originate Missouri member Bby of wire screen cloth is consumed annually -

amount used! should) total from 1500( show;; first. prizes won in White Wyan- the puzzle are printed the "keys" to one of different design. If you do, I radio both from WMAIJ: newsp.l', thihlcatro| in the United States

to 1800 pounds on average land according doltes, Anconas, Rhode Island Reds. I its. correct solution. They are the send it into tho Telegraph! olllce and v
A. P. -- --- -- -- -- -
to Spencer, vlce-direc- i vertical and horizontal syononynis of ue will print it. Work this one out --- --

tor of the Agricultural Extension Division : MEAT fl'UIMS' ; BY the hidden words.) When complete( I the now t then watch for next week's issue "COUD BETTER ttlBCR BE MADE: WE WOULD' HAKE II"

University of Florida.In I 'HIE; BRINE; MBT1IA1) i puzzle will read correctlyeither! up of this newspaper when we will
applying fertilizer, work it in and l down or sideways., \ Try it You publish this puzzle complete, withlorrcct J.lr TIM Pricrll.1 of th. oidl.M.|, "SIMON PURS" and "GEM BRANDT w
...
rod,. Httalnlnf FALL pHJCEdtMfcf 0' QUALITY for th put forty rasa w
around the plants, being careful not Hog-killing is a timely subject with
will find it great sport. words in place Flonrf (0....... Plea ..._,\.! oldew.eL Not tin chmiMit-but th. BEST rN ..
to farmers .
i, get it too clone to thorn end! not through January at least .
.. SPBA TEllS. OUSTERS u4 DUSTS.E.
aul' IUI INSSCTl'M
AM tt pri *
to break thv roots. Use a light working Many prefer to use the brine methodof

tool for this purpose. Good shallow curing and often seek information ssRC 0. Painter Fertil-'CJ. Jacksonville, Fla

I cultivation should be kept up along this lino. The following pointers I -

I throughout the winter. were prepared by specialists of M fM: rl k: i ris -

It is not desirable to hasten the the Florida Agricultural Kxlentsion : .

growth in winter by applying nitrate Division: I ,4. Btr

of soda or any quick-acting ammonia "After meat has been cut up and

fertilizer, unless the plants show need trimmed lay it out on some clean' c. rt _w is e. I

for additional fertilizer about picking surface, sprinkle with salt, unit let s--- ,
time. In that case top dress' witha lie from 21 toIH hours, or until Buickxthorized

light application of nitrate of soda thoroughly cooled. Meat lying in

r or sulphate of ammonia. this condition for that time will lost ''I .c ersc Service o Les with

i Some of the most' successful grow much bloody water and will thus '

ers apply about 200 pounds of sulphate avoid tho necessity of changing tho I' nr

I of potash about a week after brine after the moat has been placedin 'I 97 Oa V C7tr your BuS J- goes
the second general aplication, which the solution. !Meat that has not

,; is usually applied before December I been thoroughly chilled, or that retains u cr pto with it r matter how
This helps to keep the berries firm incase some of tho animal heat, is

tho additional nitrate likely to sour or become tainted
application near c. + tti n ne boundariesyou
st
is applied during heavy fruiting the bone, particularly largo hams many

: It is important to provide adequate "Pack the meat in thuruughly clean t c t

I drainage for strawberry beds. It barrels. or boxes, after it has cooled cro.'

only requires. a few days to injure a and after having washed off the salt HOKI/ONTAL

I crop, should the ground become wa- and the Moody water. Then cover 2. Work I. .\\arueJ. VERTICAL: G fp
ter-soaked.-- with the following solution:
0. Machine : Cover
I Mount DoraWise;:;; flout Works install Salt UO pounds\ 11. Kind, of fence 'S. Man's name (abbre.) Buick Ahoorizerf Service
Saltpeter I B .
ounces.Soda
: complete plant for manufacture 13. GuardianDelicate I t. Correct
8 hell
of business and pleasure crafts. ounces. 10. to the touch ;3. Concerning is ae' as a1l extra
Brown sugar, 10 pounds or molasses 18. Finish 6. Pronoun
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t gallon tire. as 'ztelepbouezr .
I Stop That Backache! Water 20! gallon 20. Proceed 7. Otherwise* j'
22. Formal affair (French) 8, Bone
should
This he enough for from 400 23 Latin conjunction 0. Take Illegally.
to r oo pounds of meat; increase in
34. Exist
Many Starkr 1'eopUUIIM\ < Found proportion. Put the solution in a largo 25. Sacred 12.10. Insect Book of geography .._"
the Wa>'. kettle and let it coma to boil. Re-
a
27. Toward a higher place 14. Self::!
--
I* a hill, nerv'"ukii. u 'M.'knch mine the lire nnd skim. When cooled 29. Sun god 16. Polish (abbre.) ;
wearing you out? !>.> you '.el 1 oldet pour the solution i.n the meat and 1 1I..t ;ao River mouth deposit 17. Remote r i
and .slower than you shi-c'd'' Ar stand for live week The larger :31. French capitol 19. Joyful satisfaction
you tired, weak and n"r_,.".< find It pieces will require a little longer, and I 33. Girl's name 21.
Execrating
ImjHXMUblo to he happy. ni nj. y the the smaller one not quite M long. :34. German mining district 24. Suitable For
good times around you" Tien thrru'esomething U not put in any tainted or sour 35
, Pretender
to
gentility 26. Stags
rang and liktlit's l yoat for
,
pieces they useless
\Idnoy's. Why not get at 't'e auset) are and will"poll ::17. Leg of mutton 26. Belgian Battle Town
all the
Use Poan's Pills meat in the box, if left 38.
-a stimulant ilmn-tic! Legal expulsion 28. To Treat Stintiagly
to the kidneys. Your neighhonnwommenii ; u week or I longer."It 40. Preposition 80. Excavate
t DoanV Readliat thii) is important that every part
42. Thomas 32. Drunkard
Starke resident says: of the meat be well covered in the (abbre.)
!Mrs J. U. Stan"ell'lIlnut St. solution; a 10-pound ham should ,13.4U.. Takes out 86. Small rock

sr: "I suffered with kidney trouble .stand about 40 days, a 15-pound ham I A state (albra.) 89. Tree
and my hack hurt constantly I had (80 days. The brine should be 41. Single
examined 47. That iaCanadian
dizzy ner\oiii headaches too. My kidneys 44. Connective
didn't :-i-t r1Fht either UC1 n', every week as there ia always 18. Province (ab'br,) 45. American author
Pills relieved\ me, (Statement; glvtl some possibility of iu souring, which 47.
1< April 27, IftlS.\ ) would spoil the meat. If the brine BO.SI.. Negation Island (French)

On March :21 I. 1922.! Mrs. SUns l sours, remove all of it, wash the Advanced in years 49. To draw liquid from '

paid: "I l.a\m't any symptoms ol meat and the box, and then make 52. 81. Poem
a Whiskey 1
straight
slang
I ( )
kidney complaint \lnc.." fresh solution. If 53. Late President's initals
Trice not at all dealers. DonT the surface, skim it mold off. appears on 54. Mammal with 2, rarely 4, In- 84. British Art Institution fabbrS.) LAK>ti TY BUICK COMPANYJ

simply ask for a kidney l'emedY1 1 "The next cltori &3. Hindu Religion ejaculation | J M. Smith, Malla.or.Baker .
step in the
I Stansell n s 1'ilUthe had. Fo.ter-Milburn same: that Mrs Co, is to hang the meat curing up for drying process K8. Thought 58. Continent (abbr.) rf fujford, Columbia and Union Counties

){tn", BuffaU., N. Y. for three or four days, after 59. Father of Hector 57. Disease (slang) -- -.-
When better 4ornobileS are built. Buick will build them
which it will be ready for smoking." 60. Diminish 58. Pronoun .
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JANUARY 2.1,23."'

BRADFORD COUNTY TRAPI1. qP4VW .
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J'tientully! for the Government people' of this and I -
hov state hereby issue I ELSIE SWEETIN IS SENT t I I'ftny', A corporation. Wm Dl-vkman. N. D.
Ling before the thing such 1 Huitnman. Mao I ; ; ,: ; :
v- bo a warning against investment KarhilhuoiMMr., .1. M KitcheN
t. M: practically by upto1 the of TO I'EN FOR 35 YEARS hootwr. M,'nry. IIn,,,'.. Wrais W'I idmnn.hmham .
LThi on Florida citizens.Henry .
jc31 trai tortution> lI1"n'?! part | Scared! She \ Unll.'v. Wm. T. TaI l< r. Civilian
Ford's agents. oliiim that :Mr, ,: Talks I 1'ornicr I'.i-tor s1-l'd; ; tu Life 1m- I j J.-iH'fl., tIni.s, F Critfitt.i ( Alone, I 1'. I lhih<'lit,
I..Mary J. GnnMpiMltw.( M F. Prmtn Wm
.
Ford hiis C.I'
no connection with this
> ( map nation through the air concern pnsiinmvnt for :Murder. \ uimu 1.1..lu l K. Young Wm C. Yam-i'".
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grunt tommerciul scale prob- and that he has been endeavoring, __ "" Jnrob ,". 1..1. and Chan., I.. Face uamua nf
Ii will 1 I.. developed fir-it\ in this to expose the scheme." I .Mount \" 'I'noii;;: : I>ei. 27. -Taknir known i"ni.'"I tim. I If living .n.I"I iUad all
1, of r t-ai"tier; clH.nuntf an intnt under laid
n the world for here the testimony in the Hi>?lit.Swvetiiimurder I known, iwtrtiiand( each of thvm. d..........!. .
is gr< litest.il Commercial Restrictions-To I luul here, is. completed% and a .-r ..Ih, roeand, alt parti1 claIming an In*
buy ,,>'r'.*l uniUr. Jamb John Wm. Crcwby.
I.
,
'
ii- ordered, that there
ru.Iroad men or receive cotton seed between the sZi5 mitrlltK John Klchanl nnd Archibald f!. Johns, sock
as regard : I i no, I Uiiak in tho closing tU-erniiiil or oihiTuiw" and Charms
.. P lit hours of arguments ; F. Pac.
and
ea sunset sunrise curries .
mugs will not feur the a I"-vanI) I'M.Mnmlo ...
I'.
nnd Kmiilo Pad,
*'.' "--t I .nisei 1 1I"
mauiine, even should they fine not] over $500 or imprisonment IIf Hull, ,tuirfi. nt how t>f 0..... K !I'..... it Ma..M.Nt
f I 'inhums' "l'.i\e I .illoted, each ft'Ml' 1 'I! [ .
I i : i" uti.e it. That one To 11-11 : '" i nrif .Ini""n..n tntrri.nt unritr
flying your ship foreign
V..4 tafc'>' ma- grown oranges .il. and,, it i. expol.il I the fate of x u:I ( i, n. i:ICar.: .- clu'ca.-.l. or othnrwba
;
long-haul
Cnsb K :;
.
Dy Arttur Ir passengers as Florida fruit carries imprisonment i iifh 'f \\ lu."t* nldcnte, arc unknown ; and
raili ....Ih. will so gii-atl' in- of 1 1'.I'h'1: \ etut and K \ 1 I.II'I''lh'1' : I. t" all iinMi'ivtn ,lutrtlr vlaimlnv, nn IntereSt
thirty hue of >
.
ci days or $2(111(
Jrc.KIU,; currying us tu make I .' llii., !lit. lu ,r piiHtiir-ln\i, cr, will be in the '''HI l IniidN lu'tiin aCtor doioriWdt.KI'KMNt. S
WHO WILL BE FIRST? r:. id j ne"ius, of to misbrand perfumes' lit 1'101'1.1.. i : .
n" way an, I term products II hnr'j .''f. tlie jur> tmnuht., .: u few houis. | Ynu, Htnl rich ..r you are liitnthy, rwiulr'td. .
curries
fine of ) I
fore a $300 or mipriHonment .
CHANtl valuable .
BRINGS than I 10 I. nn.1 l .
tn-foiv
FLYING ever.t's h..r"I'. tinhllllr- 111 lIghl', lltlll- npiH-Hr I iho Judwc, > of the
of ninety dn>'". To put i t .I in-.nt' Couti. t for thf Klithtlt: .ItidlclalCir.ttu.il. .
REAL ESTATE AND RAil!, ADS.) part of the wisdom of dirt with barrels of provisions, cur- I i liii-, "', i ring! out then' iiu'ssngo of. >' I t >rt."lrt in net! fur I"noll..1 I t'uunty. on

I'1', llm. u i liii and$ heer. {; :< .ini llav of rVbruno, A t) Uf.'A.: at th.
> Ju.-lire. pnue i '
PEACE IN SLEEPY HOlL(, tli/, No reuuy, good rie,* u fine of not over $1.111111.) To -i I M in I I..IUN: I In cold i Ceuccuty.; I In Mtarke:; .; Pier.
ever ,disappears :M..uni. Vorn.'n.,, III. Dec. i,01" t I" ..""... bill of ..

= --- with an-. trees plants or seed under f.il-<' I II r n -a :; ;; wF. 01 good thing n.nn'',1 l M-ii in enul Court by J. M. .
already I h. vani.uivklr
tho trial Klsie
i
What man t taxi existing. names carries a tine of not 11\,1' *-' ->n i irs III ol SweclinanI I Mi i.lfont Ci> lotrrnph,

I realize, whut the flying imj ,, c,,: a wiped out the hansom To adulterate syrup curries a penalty : Kc\: Lawrence I Ilinht I brouitln ininlit" i-'S., ui t. :-S i ;iMihtithcd: : I'IYI"T"I;Stnrho; 'llradforaiHl "
i railroad gas and electricity wiped < ''iv i I 1/.1.I / ,IM Io-i\"-i\ v .dn-t. .. IhoORIIRII
What man of *
mi.uw ? tj of :UU six \ t guilty this, afturnomi.'Ihe .
ou'Ie mouths' ,
tallow candle. Hut or imprisonment. i ii i (in tMoh' "". A.I.h.1I\ .bo pub
cully will llrst realize what u I'n' and the candle the t. To. deface the brand! on I lumlici,' preiRher wns g i 1\ cii :.1 I life i ,,<'n > I ( i irfhl. connr-culivti- w..,...
machine- will do to the were really I n.. ,and I .t. .1 )10.1 in Um I bill of
flying nm rmnplnint
the
I tenetin and thes
ood tilings.: or timl'ci b penitentiary "' .
tiullic of the great rail'J, punished as is lauenv. i im.in 'n" Un cmitMtin title to which U miirht. to
S'II"I' .
Junk (I'itlrrand pawnbroker* must ,serve Sfi( yenri.Tlie i 'iiint) .< d i in' un-t i the iii-f-tuIaiuiu." nn must
all long hauls ? '' : I I I'Ii., ... .
on ch tbv ; t-num s lit I tit .be tfiiir-r>U-d. over iinrtdm
The llrst capable man actir0ii, will lake ; flying' machine. It keep recordof transaction. under llwi-ndolyn; t.a.--well, twenty-two pair were lovers nnderp'' niiina. nru u f"II.) .",.. (mvit Htnith knit of
..
thorough reallzn lion of the f1K i imachine's the mm changes grtatvr' than Penalty of t tine or imprisonment.\ of Chkugu was dumb since in- charged! ( with giving! poison to their1 I l\Noithi-,iiltw. I ., .nifrr., and Buuthvvt- quarter ..f50.1
tnginu ever Iiiad. S. ISiS i< i I. if Stiliitn
future, will ,'stabliMl'rhiM ', i to literally muster of milking fancy As an experiment she wag. respective mates that they im
stockholders, and himself 'h sur\i by all he taken up in an airplane and wed. The trial just t'tuled was for| :Sorthoiiftt; .1",,"is"I: ","iS knIt .>f )utlKimt

a fortune as would make thllSt,); M n> etu and enabling him to go Red Crc dropped straight' toward earth in the death of the woman's husband ( ..iniirt,",.. 'I., I. U S,.,u'MI"i I I tiuiili-r| ... uf fliHithfitNt,
tho Vandorbilts Hills and, Hunt everjhen-' without ::s Fighting a nosedive. The fright {II S. 'iimit I a- .I' ..Ih..l 'liinir
r .
oe her ( ,
jt terminals, gave Wilford Sweetin.J I ':.ntilu' n-t (jiunit' i ISuuiili' i'uitt ttiartt of
tons look like tinamiul crumlm tint.,in half crossing u con- speech. With tears streaming *ho I 1'N.'tih i : nt quart4.r ;nrni, Nuitluntl, i;, :imrtt of
a day. First Aid Battle thanked J The )prosecutor made un iinpnssioiiati So,iihui ( ,
the pilot for his rl." .." M ijuiiit.' i. nil" in Station i-t nnd I
You( think about the flying! '. that she mib uUt great )plea for conviction. "Sho ic'sther t ... W aiiiiittr. of, N 'rI lit-a-cl .|..nrh'r of Set.it ;.
Al I
; mpoitunif aile\ the fact \. ,, Jf>. all in 1'"" chic" .\ South. It"...... ut|
chine- out west as reprcst-ntlnt; hat To Conserve Life I I husband rang! the closing words Taxt.: 1.1 ,,, .
'if flying machim I ''' i mini" inw' In .II!) 1511<) it civ*. iinrt or
busuiL'is energy!! of the whole Wi H'Stj'il:,. national, sul'etv' ,u'.i b'II"', rc all]1'- I = of the prosecutor "hut trained! I n'' t"...TlorldaWitiiifm nit.I I !Is 'I-,, Mini, tHiiitr i in Itrndford. ('..,unlv. i .

ern country. wartfl" I bo fought and won or 'lover Before youi* (!intl do your" duty TIIV )I'iiiid, neil .cnof\ ald' (''''lrl I
To KO there now ;you trz. 1A4mi& I lost .a uir from n. .w 01.. Write Rpllshln records establish the bet -a life for a life!" 'thin, th. <.,K! Inv. of P.f.'mlH-r. !ii>

..IMS4\ >'i QItr; 1 }'j T' Si.rotors and Cone' that morn than 75.000 accidental j: FURL I'HOTECTS FOItlt OWNKRSi .- -.. ** (;;; \\ ,\\tl I-:nWIir.; : S
your nli"
/ ( u CUik" Ciiviilt. Court
/ju1p ell and raarjB <
fi }d. '
1., urging' aaeiiuat aerial deaths, !. n.'i ur every ynar In the United The Right Wuy-R. W. :MI.IIS.postniastVr : .' Hv ,' \ Kiiftflit

trip In will less LQ than ma4y; twuhty fcv 1vlg 741&r )'q t : -Uot:! half u many flrstliioct Stat.The records show that 206 j:i I The name Ford goes on 2,01,000] and editor of the I Dofun-) I-.'.ii "M-l-lfl' i :-'-- Uvpuly" U'rk.

chines in six hours at'3 It allr I'tij J t> > ) as any othet nati Amerlrin, citizen are killed every : Ford car and truck parts/ every day Ink Ureexc !says : "The postal department Flllt IM'III.K.'ATIOV

lute safety. How many merle:. u tw of w laaoyt 1 day; that 38 oj thejo, f atha ar, ilQe I las I a protection to car owners against is i-oniluclinir II campaign) of education In Circuit cuit.1. Slum' <. of Klorlitu ,Kiulttlt, '

will devote four railroad days t<| riac : Qompers to nnlomobilex, !S3 to falli. it to counterfeit parts.Tradeinarkiiig against the growing custom ".lii.llclnl,.'ry.'I (1"i'riit. Iliafor, ( County i In i-linn

six-hour flying trip ? Not maj ,:" tits (In th* Irtiwulncs IS to burns. I I j of 1 I... ,11'n., .
I 'Jpj llow Cemetery: at |I of Ford! parts with having letilin addrcxses. prinlod, ,. Itank of llnlfoid,
Tarry- .
FacIng: such distressing! nocrtnon of n 4ccr.ritIi.uii' comphiiimnt.,
I .'\\n. Y., cot. ur from the I the word in the now familiar script on the back of envelopes' instead of III 'S

The flying machine wIll upi i :' \ .. Carnearle.:\ graver lit, Is I the First Aid Service' of the II began IUI-1 when the upper !loft hand corner, where, 5crflyai' t iwldowl. I ,-1.' P.f,-nl, ,,ni.
theories, habits and values. Thij .h talked of American Red Cross fighting: : throughedinatl.m : in spurious parts( the .It ii|i-i.-cc-tie liy nffidavlt npiM-ndt-d' 'lo the
It. should be.
Lund one hundred miles from > :' II'' ,a." "community! and demonstration to Instill I Mrst appeared. This trade, marking department says, 1,111 rtl.il In inc nl..*,- Mm.' ..1 iiiiimHull' Kl.irrl _
and 'equality" lIe-> Addresses on' the backs of envilopiscause <. Kltrlt and. .,...1.)... Rltoh h. r Inn-bunI tho
city will be reached was extended\ in 1016) when the
.preat .
uo t ', ital: n t incloiisncss, of In the markets .,
safety public dt-ff-ndntit' .
L und labor become Ihen-ln nnm,-d ar< n.>"- ....lduntauf I
extra work und! ,delay I in ha nil
than land in the subirl .
quickly Itw'ntyfivc (Hooded with tincounter. tli S
i graveyardh !. mind nml teaching approved! methods I were Ktato if !rirldn. and. lli.'y aro _I.

miles away; is roaihe\\ I !l-i the sunshine equal- which( assure that competent hands feit and today, putting the name hug unelol, lve'i'itlile mail i I and In's'iuc'nt- ili-nl; .I"I I .>f tinCily tliry anovrr I of ValdoKln.Hit-;,: atof Slate: :of: (:Jeoruin. .
now. I j. I ly results. in mull which would! have luintyonoyiniM I
.', mi and of labor is not will rare for Injured persons until the Ford on genuine parts HUH becomesoinethlntr It in therefor" ord-u..l that nif, nonriHiilinl -
Plying for all long journeys nil\ 3> been returned direct the writer be- I ,.li .
: Labor ia labor with arrival, of doctors. Trained service In of an Industry itself. to fi-ndanl l. h.t Hnd tluy an ',,'.ob,
displuc-o railroading comple-, ". : attached lag sent to the dead letter olHce and rfsiuln-d to appear, to the lullf ivin plaint
within the, lives of mlddle-aiedt I t. uncertainty to the first few minutes Is yttal In DilForvnl stnndurd parts !into which 111.il. In nail. CIIUHIon. or tnf.n i.,, Mondny. the \" .
men now living. '. And capital, with all nerlnim nrr lilents find saves many the trade-mark, i worked durinir for these delays the department assumes roth I ,!I", of .Innnitry. A. I II i It'othrrwlno\' : thoallt'KnltoHit '-
is "
.
i, means Home leisure no responsibility. Tin address of Miild till) will 10, 'In ken an eon
"' t a -'cmatic share in precious lives. manufacture now total'ir: >l from thoseventypound ft...nil. hy ald ih-fcmllint.
Many railroad men of COUTH, b.r what One nr the most encouraging stuns bidetblock of the sender should, bi 'III'er)' I It IM fu mIller. onli-n-d thai lila ...,..Ie.. .bo pub,
1 I eei. cyl to the
lIsle-il, oitctn ut--k for four .-....... .
.Ul...
.viilize that piece of matter mailed hut it should weeks
a great change in of the pest year H the record of the quarter ounce switch key.A In Iii* Hratlford. C'oiinty Tflt. transportation is soon coming. Ru* 'dltlona Ile.1 Cross First .Mil, Insurance Car he in tho proper, place : I the front IM-r ,tiildiwhtIn. aaitl' C'ounly ami Rlaw.

William Sproule president of the are better than :Xo 1 which traroltvl 9.700 mimi along special (department employing! per" .left hiiml, corner. Thin iHKHinlx'r." ,1rd.' I IIUIII I.
Southern Pacific Railroad. said 'j' 'It Ita\ no longer a crime I I eighteen! skilled m UI'-I W. .\ !.lgflMtN.
engravers! continually -
\I 'J! to trunk lines stopping at 137 rbCI8. I Stall') Clerk Circuit.
wn unite. It I Court.
yesterday that what caused him to cc -lo. And they was a The car's staff of .surgeons gave 911 |j busy making the stump dies, The :Mittus an ngru' I 'ultimil I t A. /. AHKINS.8ollcllor .

do some hard thinking waa the '4 no longer rtotiionKtrntlons to mid lences while .scores of other workers are engaged living! nil the upper" Nile, an* for Complainant" 12-B.at-l-J.
red-hot iron -
wfi a work- enmponcd
that landing had in flown San Francisco from of a man co, cted of leaving any his own of. 2.ir,0) railroad m..n. 71.000 high' : throughout the Ford factories I I most musical I of snau'i.iies", ': ___ OltlIKH-FOR rillll.K'ATION
New York in 1 lab <| in makintr the In Circuit I'itir'. Stoic .., .Florida.. Kluhth:
ono Mingle day between sunrise and> seek employment in IInr -,, sohnol and! college students 13.000 In. 'parts./ I A TONIC I .inillrliil, Irculi. UrnIf.rI County In onanctry. "

U1-" If a man can do that ..x.- ;y did that In England du-trlal worker 2.000 members of In a minority of instances it has .'

UP ..llIh... and! nrarly 15.000 policemen been found possible to j incorporate' I drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores I I atrli-o 1)iinuiiu. .ml.I.I..nlll.'5

firemen anil other municipal em I the operation with the manufacturing Energy and Vitality by PurIfying and tit- Ptinnan. Dt-frndant (

i'J' ployes a total of "7.000. processes. Spring leaves url markidus I Enriching the Wood. When you feel Usstrengthenlnil. II I hill, It llli'd)npi.| iirinir In I hi.ly above sltliiu alatetl, It n"pI..1,cause! Iliat l,. Leo tho

i I "ii ranked second with u, Red Cross' First AM I It conferred 13.S65 I ....r.-olI-' .lIl of Ih,. HUlt of Florida' .
I I.l.iM.'JT were upon persons! and heIM
:! 1,1)00) ), of vvhuhlxl and cold-headed !steel It brings color to the cheeks and how I it t. i.lfnt of t ih. City of cloviilan l. County

I 1 1 ''II,, w.., the value of lint who took Hi" nurse last year an Increase parts are marked l hy stencils. cut into It improves thu appetite you will than, .f l'u% "h...... $hi". "f Ohio nn.l ho in over
.. of 4.nnn 1923.: I .ili-> ..- of .
I" .; ovor Telephone the dies. twinly-tine yeara.It
Some of the
.OOii' the value of eel',
1 II. tl | total vnluifor tame und I j gas and electric companies public crankshaft piston ring. and! rear axle ) Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic I In simply dt-f, ndant l I.e and he la hendiy .-

1\\ :$ 7.61'1.IIUU.11": )() third service corporations and other !large ring "ftear, -because of the oiuonciof | Iron and Quinine suspended In So ,|..11..1, |, ,lo appear' to the bill of complaint filed.
I ;John crop employ.of the country adopted the syrup. I in HIIII '..".,, on or Iwf.gftInIcv, Iht* Oth
Uncle I If! income. Wheat ranked,I I operations and prc' >-Hion required lileiisnnt even children like, It. lbs blood (hit. of lantiary. I 11. 11425. otlirwliio .Ihe alI .1.I. -
,. TU>d C'ross conriw. and their team I I. t/HiioiiH .,f Maid, .
f lull will be taken confusi.S
,; totul'lIlu,' fur -are stamped in I needs. it and IRON aa
i sprintr'i contests.. evervwhero were witnessed separate opera- QUIMNE to Purify to d I liv saId. dft-nilant.

As we travel our pestcrful ii ,' u I r| t f $ I 1.1 l:ft,591loo.; : : ) by hnge crowds with as much<< Interest I Uions., I Enrich: It. Destroys Malarial germs/ and I II I I In furl, In'r ordtti-d, I that tliln, ordur be pub-
I In the IsO.. d, nnc a wrt.k fur four cim",*i-ullte waste.
life cnirraviri Its
with the of Grip by
way on department an germs Strcnglueuioii Invigorating -
process ----- '
athletIc '.
In tbo
as develops at popular games.In i Miadfnrd I ""lily Ti'li'irrnph a liewnpoIK .
the want', wi' should try to seem V4'. I' HUt' ()Jo"' the Industrial Qeld the growth of I I avc'rlige of 700 stamps and stem ,ils Effoct. GOc.iuItHTV.it'SIAI.E. r nulilinhml In na d C.iunty saul flint.

happy an' !guy, in the face of ( \NADIAN .VOlt I of the Ford, trade, murk in various -- '1 llilK' lit-ctmlxr.' .Inl HUIi I.U I. S
First Aid' practice to fight: to reduce I i W. AI.IIRUMAN
concomitant the
pain. For l sirI'lire
made daily. I III.-.."
preventable acrlilentn and unncces Cli-rk Chrult Court.
neighbors are hungry fer smiles 1 n-.scc: ., Kla. Dii, 27. Ernest This, trade mark on genuine Ford If..M t l's n..to". i I. mv. .." .llml' umli' i titut l.y \ / ADKINS
r loni of life has received wide (
-tn"y crave in our sunshine to sary I vlrlutof.u hut ,,'rlll'lI It nil I ,dt.cn nf fi.ruclofciiro M.i..r|| | r.r Complainant.. I 12 M-l-3.
bank ; shall we fret at the cumbersome Ani t.ite vimiptroller has issued reroimitlnn' The. promise of an nn parts not only assures to the ,cur nut.Iby l.h.. Jmlirc, .nf I hi i Uth.ItuhfiHl I -----" '

miles, an' deny 'em the a v. ir; to all! automobile ownersin iwenipntwl> '| artvmnee In this fine I owner products that represent twenty- ., fin*nit swimS Ocr IIlIoJ 'inni..nil ofJiKliir MAHTKHM iM'KN" :
l .
I ,\. V .1'MiH Jmtui ...r n.. P.iulnli: I"..h.
pittance they ask ? 1 I'll i against", himnir! stock in the cnttsc lies In the p.t<1pnr8 of thP !irroatatrllrn one years of !study research unit/ rid ('I,...."" in itml' finMrmlforH. r>MiittyKlurlitn. ,--u.. 1..1. ,,. ..,tu i-u. Ih.1 .uiuul.r. .n.1. byS

I reckon-a shiny. bald headain't Fort, r (Company of Canada, I Ltd systematic Instruction 'In First work in developing", the strongest materials I I ,iliHiiiiitin| ) l on tin* tllh.' tiny "-f !I.>'" Irii"is.-.r 11,.., ....,.1.. 11".1 .1.-er'.I' ro...
A. I II. i 112.. in favor. of the (''tiltnil. I I.,,,i.l risir.. .."ii.I ,,,,il r..nI".1 "fl N-------to-, r 11th.
viewed by its owner with ThiK.. he said. i" being offered,I I Al'l has made throughout tl)" country nml 1 the most cIMHcnt design ,, .
Hnnk fif Oilumhin. n, cnyIw.fl.ti"fl. cot rom- A. I'' 11121\ I. hy II. ... A V. (I.-'os. J..I". ofII"
pride. When our hirsute adornment by t "iipire' State Company, llu:' through the Red 1 Trons Chipters and hut also stands as n safeguard! I r ,lnliinnl. nml;:: nun inn t lu:. K. <'un<;\;, ..t aln a.tli I ,, ci.rotull. rirt. I" aii, rur Itr..1, ..."nl,..

has tied there's facts that 1 Nast the the work of the experts !In this utrmn,t the counterfeit.21KF .f.*n t t. New York City. ,
can't Thi uiulonilirn.! tu Sipclnl| Mfi tr r will I" "''I.ln.1, n..1 A II. Schillus ,
well, be denied. Buta I Minios' ..Bcrv.cn tinder direction of the national ----- i.tr..r fur NHlf In Croft of 'lln> (*"si.rl( II.",.,. I in I, .1,1,1, '-iitI, V itriiIllbin n 10' .r.' .i.'irolnnia., .
song that peals forth in Its i statement, i- a* follows orgaolaatlon. Stark' llrnilfunl Cuunlv. Klurl.ln ilurinw th ''U,.. "...1..10..1. an S I"..,Ii.i Msitwill ofVsr .
joy from lips that don't whisper Iin-riil, hniir* uf? p.ata. nn Miindiiy: lirimry: : .init.litJIV i. f.'r nail.. nnt' will .It fr .,uoth .to the
"1" : to th* hiwhiiit' nnd ,ln-nt hlililcr.. for inhth Iuti4ti-l soil h.1 tuliIr. In ft sot' ..f t.h., r.otrtii
complaint proclaims that thesinger's I '>I'd Motor t Company, of I Canada Sign the American Red Cross toll I Zitr Jim. 2-Mr. and( Mrs.. R. B. .< r.iUi.wlnir il..i.crU...| i u.r''i"-, rty Iy..tie .mulhrtnir ,..".,. .I..r III St'e rho Idrastfis"ii, eiflt y. '1....
a boy though the i n sending! out to Ford tar i I Thomas and daughter. ) In ttrnilfo.nl. County.. f lordln' to-wit I I.'... .n M.nliiy. (ha. 511.. 'icy "r jniuary. A.
Alma-nick growls that he ain't! | this year for humanity's sake. Hazel .spent WiM hiilf ..f Northi-iiHt iimrt-r.. Knm: holfif I. I"1,15. ..lurIt. '. 1k.. I-u.ai I"..... o, uiaid'. tr
ownei this state what purports Chi"istinns with Mrs. Thomas' .. II... ,, .. ._ S S
mother. ( Nnrthwt.nl (nuirtir. Kiutt tmlf f Kotiihwml .., .r ,nilol'n.' ..hl Isl' .lar...
I've reached the conclusionmost to be special subs.tiition|' prui I lIrfllwarl., of Fairbanks. "iiHrler mid! Wtwl half ..r Knutln-H. .l tin* follt>wjtiK' .1. ",,11..1). rt-al ,twial' ', lylnir ontltxlnir I
trite which ain't inconsistent lege' SUBSCRIBE TO iluarli-r, all In Htsttlon n, Townnhlp, fl, H..uth. In llradford, county. Florida' t...wltl J.
with sense-that, our ded to Ford car owner, allowimm THE TELECJKAl'H( !'eris Lewis, of Sturke, spent lei.".... ii KnMt und Nnrlhwi-nl .|,,...r..r of l...1.l One "III. Two .l-'l., Three. f III). Twelve.
burdens to purchase stock ,in tin- Christnms with his parents here. North ...-.. <|iiurti-r of, Nortlit-MMt, iinart, r and U. ,. Thirteen (1.11 and ...u..n (1140'
, grow more! an' more -- --- Northia l quarter of NorllM-NNt .|.....(..r ofNnrtnwml (lion .I'lfliwn. or Illoek """. In Temples ad-
; light, with the increase of concur a small sum representin Piles Cured In 6 to 1 14 DaysDrwUUlinrtmd Mill limes, of Tampa is "tfere visiting iinurti-r all in -ellin. S. TownnhlpA. .11..Iii I In thn Town of "'a.k..

smiles we dispense. I can't thIOO invested tod.iv. in/ t thi-" If I'A/O) (OIVTMKNThllito I hiwife.. $..uih Rnnuff 22 Jr...*.I. conlalnliiM. In M""...- Hald' nailIn hi- made auhjeet' to thi- Henenatid
, : mmiry:: : ; uab110. ........ Icy the .n'..... nnti-a nf whloh. one of
quite with the stock be lilln i Bl.-.-. CrotruillnnFllpii I ,
il In Und
agree guess that worth more( thnn $1! >,- rure tilntl nr :\Ii-1 Opal Lewis,, left ,last. Thursday R. A. nhtitF.N.Siwelcal it,. mnrtiraiff One irlven to loser to A. B.Ihinham. .
lt tuna I'iU-n. mtvl 1
i age is all barren an' drear, in a 000 so, Gsa: ttvt In.lnotiyIv"ruiitlul >le p after i lOst< 'pllcatlim; fwi.I. you-. ro" Starke where she will spend MaaUrK which )I. not yet duel .
world we destined bless : M JOHNS). '. K.
were to "Frn KNtriHT.
formation I him hand
< in - ---- -- --- some time with her brother Persia
.
while" the neighbors I I. R..II"I..r for Cninlilalnant I l-l.BI..1II I Hpeclal. Maaler' InCluln.."" .
here! are glad we this 'fraudulent .t-ITort ">n, tin... OOOOOOOOOO1S I l.ewiand, other relatives. .\ s rnr.wa

are I part ol concern to ",,!!dl.. th.. ; r Mr. and :Mrs. I I. W. llynl of Oru- NovicE TO DII1IUn: ..ollcltor, for complainant it4t.llt.l.2.MAMTgi'MNITHlCYiLI .

hut,, "Ht-ali-d! bids will .be .-..-. .1..01| | ly the. Hoard! d -; -
.
I wenviMtinir their ,parents, ( here .
..
of llond TniatMM. nf Bradford Coimty. "I.
f. II I BD STRENGTH I,8 GainedTen last '...k a few( davs.V ita, at thf alflco nf the ....,..In'y nf SlOt llt-n'Itv ....II.*. !I. -Itlv.---." -I Hint ...n..r and l by

|I They depends entirely on the \ :M 1. ll'ulifes, of :New River wasin m Hoard lannary at atarI flth I02Q Florida and: at until that 2 time o'oloek:; publicly u i.iiniimnili virtu1| ill* hunt r*.rlmn, ,final .1-v rep ..,I' Mr..-

blood -trength. If the 1 h''_"A is : PoundsMrs. our "f'tinn I last Meek ,",riprnri for the. following. tilpmritt| Jinlli-lnl. fircult.- Ijy l h"n luiltfi.f r or ,iIa.itird: III| Cminty Rlirhlh:: ,

II thin ire and undernourished. Mr l inI, :Mrs, J. H Thomas wereiiliu. T. ,., .n.- ton Irtjcka with atl dump. bolp.| 1I.rIis.: ..? hi, I huh. ly '.? Niv.ml' D
,., :
U Konl tourlni car ::; nt
n.'l In )
favor "f .
I your s-th is impaired your vitality \" '.' friendin I'ine, Hill llmnIforul Cnnnlr B
i (Ge"rlCeI\ unter. of I last lit.II, ,, n. will I I.., rrfiulrml to taki' In exrhantri- rrH"nll..". aol mrNlniit Al. PhllllfM .t HIM .
< ered and your power' of Coluniliu1! (;Jo., oashe .', k .,ti III*. ahoy.*. two .....A.I h.nd .rnnt. truekaand .lilWUntf.I. .
I resijta; gainst di--.isc" lessened' | with I 1 two nMnnd hand .Kurd. tourlnir ear* I ..r.ltrncti, mtt HpMilal, Mnit'rr will
LEOIDI'S ELIXIR FOIl veverely ; _nXnm rii* iHtiird, will pay lhi tMlanealKvo tIe ..Ir... for' ml., In front .,1' th- < ..11,1 hnuiif-
I trouble,. oQt: w ."..nd, I hand cant and truck In .....h 'in HUrko. Kk.rl.li diirinif ,Hi- !I..i/nl.I 'IK'in *,f
THE OD fcedthe; Lc: i d "I' had i to go to bed sut'l ; Jl. iMinrd rvaiTwa the rtltttt tn rt-jvei any .?,!I. on M..n.liiv '.n. r.lh. I'i, i f. ... .i.. hlvh-
I build.! .' nr'e,; .- rn.1re I .' 1 stay sometimes. two COFFINS & CASKET i. ..r nil/ blili., ,.t .nl, 1.-i I'l.l.l.-i'' fr cn.li II... P. II iwinir

lIWI'SLl'EII AT $!I7,902,000! pure d rr' fc!" ;.dnun. I .' Mrs, I ri E. 8. M \TTIIKWH.Chalrtn.in: ils-.erlli-t <""I" l1)104 ",sl I. 1,, 'i llrn|.
,. I a tin e, 1\11 i And a Full Line of ford' t'iu,,1. I I. "..Ida., l.he ..-
Washington This health !s1:: ".rw v'j-! "I 1 could not work' My i < ,\ ITCH. J''h'' s' is.I i n"'h.,,I.t S'ri S r .r lh4rtl .
year's harvest ro"ti ;r LOOrjiimt; disr-xt-! wen irregular ,u. I I !got very 3 UsderIaA.s' S.p".. S. "I' I C I __________________________ < ., h..rl. .
important farm .
crops, the highest :ITako it nv:..r, more h .llI'IY'' DY thn, I went fr, TM\ :! ; pounds --- -- ---- iri I <" I annul' | .. s.'iil t ,Mnn (jr

priced in live years though/ not the using 1'NARDTS ELIXIR : ilowi. to l,".-< 'KiL, 100. My I: AUTOMOBILE IIKAKSR FOB PI3III.I'AI'IIJS VJ West Psat'is 2''' 'mr.l.I. "i 'bent4cri Hniilli' I II" iS t I" lime,.r'lIhrnr '.
>
Kriuli-t t m volume of FOP. T LOODt.ieid.lt -i ther had I.* n u user ofCAROOI Always' hand.! The best i ,In 'irri.l "qrI.- Stat of Flr-rl-ln. Klifhthtu Kit: ,
products wavllluj I I r. on Mr.t .li'. nl: (',ircu .. lira.for) I County.. In (hun- 'vn.* I I., lit. I ., t I Htrln-
.
I ..t ti-J79.'J02,000 by the de.irtn. and nu Asl for LEON I .". the loimt price 8p.vdmt ....1')0 nlnititii'l -'i- i M,''iff IK. nrr. *'*' S |I'..
Alas l is.u ,
> "'i-u" ii thMouth. I -
!pa> .< tit of agriculture.", I ARDl'S X1lin! t"r 3--io-: I alti-ntlon to telegraph. mrr 1 nrnh i K "Plunk. CompUiimnt.W the -in---i-i.I .n.'' .",rli-r of n" I .i .,. i i -Pr 515,1 of rnl
package. jse cU subs'.tute-. /. ,ni.l.' -. TownHhip 5
-
.. n Knnin
Hitt.r 5 Kfglxtrrrd Embalnrr.
pricus, than la.it year placed! I all drue i I M, :11' i H Ml'iwi'ift/ nN'" tir.nrfnntnFt J'J I-nil M<. I r ,iVHlt\ 4 I'I, yii'l i" o.' W.<>
the \ aliI<' 753im,00u: hitfhi-r than 1 ---_ "II'i "" .. lv nfflifavlt" to the lilll fll"lii III. .f fn"I i.h., 1 ant 'nimrd "i.l
last, g : I ih, "I"I ".. ft'fitvd. muMr InM Mwlllr HI ul'nrter "II.i-. "r.h> nit Bill.I, ants
\car, when the total as revised % DeVVITT C. JONES I u.. nt f nvnl' s: mow*.. nnl Mont HIM t' -i.- t.. i II I ,fl. ii I. Ih. I-i, nf
iKTL'e.HSO.OUO,. ::; : and $ lOtirtMSi,0; ( i i.-i. II- d. tn.IauPS II".IA noei irs nun.ro 5,1-i, I -I I It | !rise of is lli'A Tl--.
hiihtr H fi STARKE FLA I ...1. ..... ..f l hf RI.'. ',f Flori'U. ant ...- ii I S ,,. s.. ih -5 ,lit r.; '<, ., I I. Ihv
than in 1U22 when they uiiHtunated 1 TonI ? .xI. n- f.iiwa Mullin fl lli.iwri soul : ,. $7.f:!IIJ.020.000. 'r\ i/v 0fDi QUit/I I Itaaman's; \/ *, "t-tiHniTmtwirmihHmmrimtoiiviiai'iir iuSEAIiOAHD ... I I'n SI 1 K H'owffn: now ...lelo. lit ClnyUin i.flr-'s btwliifiiiirf I 1-' \ orlhnf
-- -- ----- -- 'JI"n ...1 t Mont IfiuiiM-tt now W't fUpUlf untithifiilit t-nrnvr of ..1., imrP I, ,, S I uOflar
The combined acreage of the prmni'iil ? LDiCKERSOMPC I jml >t.. knew what) a good) TIME TAULKli it). Mirrilitnn, ansI mrm uvor *". of twvntyor of nnrth<*aet quarter and' run u-..>" i simile.
'' farm D PELVIC rit ALI T (;I ,,. ymrn K I. h..ro. or-riM. that ..,.1 t,. i he ""rt..d cornerf. *t 1 -i.' atit
crops was smaller this : 01'"lit it.- "i' "Of' for tbi trouble I'J non-it ..l'li nl ,t' f,',,"tsnta .bn nn,1| ..rr- hn..t'' -'Sni, ,,1. r n..rlh.. imrl. '. 'N.
:iar than I .. -I. told i .- to getome (II I,r. ilfii-t November Ifi, 1924. ) of I L'Jfl ynrl rn ,. w
last there having been u INV'LLI'' I <'I f II. r"p".1 l *ieur>j to the t'HI e-> me aintf1I : nr th* ni arilit
total of 'i t ik. it I s<-nt to Southbound I..I 1 tn "Hiil rail.sa. .,n or ltfitrt "..n"y.' t h.* ,,,. tie I------S yn. 'I: ,n., !:: .: :. the
355,210,400 a
acres as coml"r. F>. I... .". ", "ni I .
-- rih "Iny ".f JntKmry. A. I I'J.'A. <>s't. rN'" .5.
...1 with 3S5oU!1,730 in ItCM. It.' t'r' 'I. :' nd before fSI .*;* I n.,,th'.; Sturke at 12.18: a. m. th.. nil ./a'l..no l rf iiaM 1.111! will, f I..- ia. n .v I.,, /r. ." I.,.. ,.I ,in ". ., *1 P.r.7.

Ioth; the I u I t.l\( nr, tirst bottle No 3, 11:02: a. m. u-S ff'n.< ,I by 'ni( spring and wintir wheat JG'JWHr CO.A I ;i'.. .o 'o in : ro\e. My | .- ririh.fr .,rd..fMl thm thl"I...- u I IJ I I' s'-- N
ii"r "nMure extremely satisfactory 'II l'P I" hu-1. l I' ." an-l I began toJr."r. No 21, Cedar Key /5:00: p. m. I I .. ...I..J ones a W...k for four "-''"'tlv ,, .ter.
1 LQ'JISV'LI.' II'dab" <-.k.i .in the Hmdfor'l' 4 -jniy. 'r.I"' nf F \1 .
-i' i"rn ha I un unfavorable season. ',IIJ.r: ..:. ( i .. -,d'h I took four N7, limited, 2.16 p. m. .- 5 '
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., I. i I -.Loio, r "publiahcd. in aa.iJ 1 f "ii>' / ** S-I! I I 'r I -'ni-niruas'| 'I-u
f:"ii.. plaIted late wes affected byj I .-" ........ ,d'iMi ;: '? bntte III IA'. ,luring the last NorthboundN I "stnttt -- -- --- ---
ir" ( CaH'-ii acted as .i 1 hi., iee.nlwr 2n-l A. D 1921 VOTfCK or APPLICATION
month ,
to ome extent but a fair V.l. S I' ten ,. :2 reaches .Starke 4:15: a. mNo FOR rINA
: 7it n .' t"' ,c. I am well now.' O. W Af.DF.RV: S DIHCHARUie
''I. : i iI
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.1',1' pr"d'Jced.( A large crop off RaFus 'ri "d ten pounds arid .. 4. 4:24: p. m. -,.. Cl.rk. Circuit f'o-irt.
; d" : I .:a i' 0I' N .,fIr. >a ht-r.by ..I". tj all
-i By C A. KniKht whom
jn smaller
t than in i iviurt N' 20.) Cedar Key. 8:150 (
acreage nmif( i' : IIm. I .,. m.v thai ...
O -p'.ty' ('I. ron/-.rn. on .' 2n1 I day .f hue
x -- -- YaJt
resulted from unu ''ial! i .itlpafCt" <.l : I' ,;t d ra' 'it l and *: i lot.i, t I 1.'rT.ltfll.' 6i7 p. m. H A (.riKKN', \ :-I i :. i '',.a. ,i,,i .i t, 'h" .11I' .
f" !. Habltua' r S, \ I. '1. ',."nty' I fu H-i.l'. ..
wr..thvr.i.ht . quite regular I Wannee Branch S. ;.teit/ir fur 'nifSmn-inl.i' I IJ JJiORDBK S" .I .n."Y -
,421: DaysLAXFOS .n. I INo
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In ----- ---- I r la rut Itiilirr > flr I lat" f.r my f' rialV !
I 'r maintained its rank as kinirf" ", WIEPSIN" HI77 :. w t'i i .t < ar' Ji i will help 101 leave Stark 7:40: a. m. Poll PCBMTATIOVIn sI.. ",.t, uja S .,I".lr""r. if n. ..'at.. 'J,
f \ ,,uteri/ i-Tennrf' from the 1ft 1ftIn" "." .w..i 1] ,1 lr ,., ..,1! and hnt al "e! ...moin
II! and although production I prepared :syrup and ,,' le";; :No 102/ arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. rircuk Court fr li!ri U'T'l, r'. ''ir'yHtnt I ., i.r.-wnt flu,/ llnitl vi admiri -
,
';')".(jouoOo bushels less than <<:: ". 'ileve. prompilyfhouldV > sarr.e tr i> ( I)aaly except Sunday) ,< '"if KlorlU.' In Chnrr.-rr- ,.".- ,1 S t .nu.l, I ,'''. itn.nr'.uh'1 ass r"r .,-"
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21 I'y .
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..aker.,. alarly// > 14 t TakeJ'ulIi. E-i01 J M Aivar*'*. Complainant.v. '
'. 'Mr its value was $188,000OO'i') : 100. '. 'Iirnul..tc' ,..ielegu1at T. J. GRIFFIN.AgesL. '.. \ to Quiet< Tltl EU.. "hatid i November lt>, A. D 1M4
I.. than th" t Induce rhilu T3'. We 4.:,'.. E ,I't ai,I. Dr.nd.nUr W
> 1923 The total I to' .
crop. j '' \ er leosan'I .;o oOOQOOOOOOOC "h" f 1'tri'ln l..n'l..n'llmmlr.r.tlun! CornS 11 I .7.' t.l.1 J I M"XWfU.' '. ,4
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .
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I : Bradford 1 1 ty or county that is planning to consolidate WOODLAWN guests at the horn? of Mr. and Mrs. I i iM. at the home of her mother, Mrs. M the Brad f d county jail awaiting the
bully Telegraph its small schools and establish I L. Loadholtz. 1 lie Reddish. outcome I injuries alleged to have
_. Woodlawn, Jan. 2 O. J. Phillips I been inflfed him Isadore
---------------- ---'-- large central schools, with or by upon
without high school courses, by transporting and family, of Miami, spent-the) holidays T. D. Weaver, of Jacksonville, was Dom Frigo was u visitor to" Jilt I I Friedmaf was allowed bail !last
Publiahed weekly and entered us the pupils at public expense. here with his parents, Mr. and a guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. L. i sonville Saturday and Sunday. WednestJ. and he returned to his
second class matter, at the poet Of coume costs will vary greatly I Mrs. D. L. Phillips. II. Hill home inke Butler.
office at Starke, Florida. and will depend much on weather i; Messrs. Colnon Smith, of Jacksonville I J. A. Smith and II. )lc l'ule. oj
.=- ---, -'-.'- -" -.=- and road conditions, the size of the I II ', and Guss Smith, of Oak, spent Misses Lena and Madallne Frigo, Jacksonville, spent Friday and Sac j Fried An 6r. who was sent to Jack-
m. B. MATTHEWS_______..___?___Owiwr. transportation problems, the kind of Christmas here with relatives. of Jacksonville, spent. a few days day hunting this vicinity. sonville treatment for a bullet
J. C. ROII1NSON_________- l.n. lnt Editor. I transportation offered, care in bust-I I S. II. Thompson, jJf Miami, was a here last week with their mother, ---- wound. f th .' chest, was pronounced
ness management and other things/ of business visitors here last week. Mrs. Dominigue Frlgo. I RIVERS OUT ON: BOND out of 1'ige.r' by attending physici-

1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY like nature. Not until recent years I I Miss Lois Norman spent the holi- Robert JBlanchard was a visitor to Leeman Rivers who was held pns.. I

r has pupil transportation become so days in Wildwood the guest of her Jacksonville Sunday.A I
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-- ------ I much a part of the school program cousin, Miss Julia Hudson I
SUBSCRIPTION RATTY that careful studies have been made I I I' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holmes and son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. ,

Per Year. - ._n_ ___ $1.00 of its cost and of the best methods of.., Misses Debbie and Marguerite Phillips S. Andrews on December 23. I GET YOUR MWEY') ROMPTLY
managing it. |i were visitors to Starke Mondayevening.

Sax Months _- ___nn 75e Four school districts of Rio Granda Miss Mattie Harley, of Starke INMA & RI CH ;

---- -- - -- -- County, Colorado, in the year 1021-> I Miss Debbie Phillips was a visitor to spent Sunday here at the home of her :, REPRESENT 'HE LIES LEADING
22 operated 41 busses arid Jacksonville Friday. t>arents, Mr. and Mrs A. II. Harley.
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tranBPort-1 I :OMPANU3 FlUE
ing an of 000 I I Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips and son, INSrilANCE ,
average a
,covering( an entire distance of 217.78, O. J. Phillips, and wife spent Fridayin Miss Eldridge Reddish, of Jackson ,, ACCIDENT, ;3FE, AU' MOBILE,
ville, spent a few day here last week BOND.iLIABILTYADJUSTMENTSJMADllPROMPTLY
miles. Cost per mile ranged from. Jacksonville the guests of Mr, and ,
I :JU.! ) I to 28 cents, with an average of('Mrs W. H. Norman. ''I

I li.'l.l: ) cents. Costs per child per day I I A. II. Harley, Jr., of Titusville, was ; I -
r I runged from 28 to 31 cents with an a visitor here Thursday. I: .::! I'
average of 29':; cents per day. I|I Misses Debbie, Beatrice, and Mar-
I Traniportatmic( U1.585:; school children I l''guerite I /: Phillips attended the Christmas .rae ,0-
w x ; M"" ,in Indium. fur the year 1022-23 tree at Lawtey Tuesday evening. t
1r i I ,"-l at the annual rate of S33.69 ocriihild I: R. Lastmger and family, of Daytona 1: s

r / No. 4954 or 20:!( rents per child per day i|I were visiting friends here Saturday w I

(Meh.oershlp in National IIlarhwayAlI8oclatlfm A report, for :17 typical consolidated ,, :
) I ichools of Iowa where transportation |!:I Mrs.\ Arthur Crews and children, of < II New Yc ir l greetings
was carried on over all types of roads. Raiford were the guests of her pa-
-- --- -I shows that tho annual cost per pupil ,, rents, Mr. and Mrs U. B. Crowning, ,:4"b I
Chiiirinnii Kin :ht of the County lust week.
Chamber of Commerce deturcH u full I on routes where horse-drawn vehicles i I __________________ I
urn used was $10.62, while on those r I It yu
attendance at the regular melting of with motor-driven vehicles, it was Tallahassee Prisoners confinedin P Ii i ..
that body tonight. Florida's state road camps were
$13.03. the As0
? Begin by opening
not overlooked Christmas day when gg'fe3 I
Twenty-two states reported for M
Attend the Chamber of Commerce : the rest of the world paused in its .
1921-22 that
at the courthouse. 410,220 pupils were pursuit of its good cheer. A special
meeting tonight
transported at a total cost of $14,- I iJ
Every citizen of tho county interest. I dinner "and other little luxuries"
j 520,368 or $32.55 per pupil for the II I
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ed in the county's growth and pro year. Among the Hiatus reportingwere were ordered prepared,and furnished accunt
for their Christmas.
Iierlty should be at these weekly
: Maine, Maryland Alabama, In- ", .
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meetings. I dinanu, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Texas, LAWTEY
n I hand Montana. t

pavement I | Nearly all the average and l ex- Lawtey, Jan. 2-:Mrs. Floria Braddock l- } f 4 1 rr "

I. treme conditions of tho different sections of Lake City, is spending a few in ,
win to the Clay county line was practically of the United States were represented weeks at the home of her daughter,
completed for one-half the distance so the averugeof 32.55 may :Mrs. T. J. Terry. .
I lust Saturday, announces the be accepted as a fair one for the
The road consist I Rev and Mrs J. E. and
I Starke: Telegraph country at large. Kelley ;\ ,
I t of a sixteen-foot surface of concrete .. baby, of Sanderson, were week-end -
-o11RS. -
j of the type used on the ,J ck onville. visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. CARTER 5 lie
\ Luke City highway This portion of I Perry Dinkins.Mr. t'tIs.. : Lawtey Bank
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the road will be opened for traffic Mrs. J. C. Carter died at her homo "
I I within thirty days, it I is announced. in Starke Wednesday, Dec. 21th, after and Mrs G. W. Roberts were b I T I
Christmas at the home of .
day guests I
Tho stretch of road pausing through a short illness. Funeral services
were
I I Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Tutum in DeLand.!
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Clay county being graded! by tutu hold at the home and interment madeat ., '

I convicts, will be ready for travel by Kingsley lake cemetery Thursday :Mrs. R. L. Hannan, of Jacksonville, tt '- I and J ffiaent service .

the time the hard surfacing Is completed morning. Mrs. Carter leaves several was the guest Friday and Saturday __ ,;", ., Prompt

I in lJuval county, the Telegraph daughters to mourn her loss. DeWitt I I of her son, lien Hannan. ,........,....... ... .. .... t
says Tho completion of this road will C. Jones, funeral director, had charge : ", -...,.t...' I
open up some of the best territory in of arungenwntH. !Mr. and. Mrs P. L. Dinkins and : .... v--
I the state and will go through a family and Robert Dinkins, of Jack- -:11" : I 4 per nt pail Saving Deposits
strawberry belt which Is marked by ADJUDGED INSANE: :' sonville, and Frank Green, of Lees- iII': ;li \ !:- I Ir

Luwtey, Starke and Hampton. burg were Christmas guests at the .;. "j r7.---.... ...r' I
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Times-Union. Mrs Geo. Williams, who lives a homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Din- '--
--I II short distance south of Starke on the kins. Before the oM year ended rll.h. I :. S. N\CUIS. Pres.

KKSKU\U: ISLANDS Keystone Heights road, was adjudgj! j lon makers had spring frocks ont I
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GOVERNMENTAll / :' ed insane by a committee of examin- \ Rev. R. D. Bevis filled his regular .K in N "." \:oil i Inin tr.rt'1.1 i iof i-
FOIL :
Hc"jrninp! F.iili, in Boiidc
era Thursday morning and appointment at Melrose Baptist I.
was or- .
I 1 It.. col'-r: tl'l.Lr, : -tth: uv tia- t- .
i the government owned islands dered sent to the asylum for the Insane | church Sunday. i I in; .'C. c. < ('r. ,." ('!.er.ttte Il is

in the waters off the coast or in coastal at Chattahoochce. j Mr. and Mrs.'J.P:'. Wyrick and lit'I i'I smart and mmple. I .
waters of Florida estimated l to -
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tie --
METHODISl' i daughter, of Alexandria, -- ---
number between 50 and. 100, were reserved I ,
Misses Bottle and Claudia Terry, v1 i I. 4
from settlement in an execu- Sunday school at 10:00: every Sun- | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore, of Jacksunj -
tive order issued at the suggestionof
day morning[ K K. Ferryman, nuperintcndunt. (j ville, Hoyle Moore of Luke City and
Work in order to
Secretary prevent Murray 1 lagan, of Live Oak,
Come and bring a new were
their acquisition by private individual I.I Christmas week visitors at the home
pupil.
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I for land speculative pur- 1 T. & P. Chain Cioceries
I poses. Tho presiding. elder, Kov. W. F. of Mr. and Mrs-T. J. Terry I

Ket'iTit growth of Florida as a winter Dunkle, will preach next Sunday I !Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeud and J. ''
.I resort has /greatly enhanced the morning at 11:00 o'clock. Quarterly B. Dye were visitors to Melrosu Formerly The Peoples Gc 'Y
value of the islands, which formerlyhad conference will be held at 2:30: in the day and Saturday. 1-1'1-1
been regarded as worthless. The afternoon. Preaching at 7:30 in the
withdrawal, however, is subject to any evening. I. Freda Clark, of Jacksonville, is Two Stores Now Instd of One

wild. valid existing rights, on the is- Prayer meeting: Wednesday evening 'Spending the holidays here with lelntives. -
lands. The interior department on" at 7:30. |
nursed the islands will be classified There was an interesting and 1\1rl-nrus: ;; One store at same Peoples Grocer<4 Stand, West of Depot. No. 2
Mr. and ]
GoreIr;
and that to new guide legislation the manner may of be their proposed church spiritual Wednesday watch! night service evening,at and tho Susie David and Miss Jaenette Gore, L oca t.Ion Store just one door south of Benn"| rocery, where you see the

of Jacksonville motored to Lawtey'Sunday. : Gulf Co's. Station
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:future disposition those present watched: tho old year Refining Filling
., -0- vanish and the new year take its I

, MAKING: $1,000,000l'ItoDUCE place. Miss Eva Grant, of Maine arrived ...Wait and
) $7,<))00,000 "Ouild thee more stately mansions, here Friday and will be the head We are now on the Self-Service Plan for these #M>ns on yourself

O my soul, clerk in the George\ F. Young Store help us to cut the high cost of living by elimina aH the extra cost for clerks
That is being done in West'ir As tha swift seasons roll! .
ginia. In 11)20) the total revenue receipts Leave thy low vaulted past! next to the postolllce. and delivery charges. Government statistics s>fj that the prime reason for

for the free schools of that Let each now temple nobler than the Mr. and Mrs A. A. Smith and such high prices that the consumer has to pay Mv are caused mainly by the
state was a little more than $11- last, Mrs Catherine Teure spent Christmas -
000,000. Mare than OS per cent of Shut thee from the sky with a dome day in Gainesville as the guests fact that too many hands are handling the coiW ities you use. Follow us

this was from taxation. That year I more vast, of :Mrs Agnes McCormick. | through 1925 and help us to lower the cost oftY back to the minimum. We
: the average length of school term Till thou at length art free,
for the whole state was only 139 I Leaving, / thine outgrown shell by W. L. Overstrcet, of New Smyrna, can do it by our system and give you the best If
.i days. Considering that the cities life's unresting sea!" was a visitor to Lawtey Friday i -r
which included about One-quarter of !If-

the population had school terms of .LAKE BUTLER Clifton Mr. and Brown Mrs., of Marcus Tampa Brown, were visi-and j TAKE and PAY SATUHf SPECIALSto

I 'ISO days, the average length of term Lake Duller, Jan. 2-II. J. Stewart tore last week at the home of Dr. and
for the rural schools must have been and family, of Brndcntown spent the Mrs. G. W. Brown. I *
about I'M! days. holidays with Mr. and Mrs.\ F. draw you here---then YOn be the judge

To enable the elementary schoolsin I Townsend. Mrs. Townsend is 1\1'1 :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrew. Jr., J ___1 _
the country to add 10 days each daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and baby visited relatives here Thin<- .
year to the term until they have Mr. A. T. Mizello and two children day. Maxwell House Coffee pound can
1 reached let! days or more, was the object spent the holidays with relatives in I Arbr4e Bros. Finest
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Fred and( 40c
Mayo
of the million dollars Ground
a year appropriation Wuycross, Ga.Mrs. Amt a per lb.
I Robert Moore, of Jacksonville 48c
were
by the State Legislature.Not A. T Mizelle and daughters
Christmas guests at the home of :Mr. 'I
that million dollors
a
a year Ruth and Reese, spent last wrek in ,
would do it, but this state aid was and Mrs J. H. Moore. i iI 'I .
Georgiuvisitinir her mother who has
made available wherever local taxa- been quite sick I I :Mr. and l Mr.-J. U. Dye IIn.I.1. H, Carnation and Golden Key IVUf, tall cans lie

tion for schools had reached certain Mr. Joe Junes and Mrs i Jr., and :Miss Wilnia Blanchard, of. JL
limits. The result was that in 1H22\ Lee of Jacksonville, were in Butler I Jacksonville, and Miss Lou IT Blanchard I 1

\ the schools total in revenue West receipts Virginia for exceeded common this week visiting' relatives I of Fort LuudonUiU', .,pi nt i I Lard Fresh Vegetable Compifnd, lb. 17 1-2

Mr*. Jessie Curios and two sons, of i I Christmas week here at the home ?f I
110,000,000. The! one million dollar Orlando, are visiting. relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard !
,
state appropriation stimulated the Mir.. W Kdwnrd und children, I I Ibs. to White Potatoes Egg, Fresh
,
,. l i the districts to raise seven! millions of Kllontoii, and Mrs. Agnes Billing I Gun F. Young and Mi..+ [-\I (ir.intw i a customer SSe Maine, 10 Ibs. 7e White, doz. 40C
more. '. visitors to Starke
re 11ft.
were the !guests of Judge and Mrs. A. Sunday r- I t
In 1921 the country schools addedAt L. Strickland last week. ( noon.

leant 10 days to the average length Mrs. I). Shaw, of Aluchua, the Lemons Fresh
was Butter Pure Cheese Wisconl
Robert Nolan, of Middlebunr, ,
of term and 10 days more in 1022.: guest this week of Judge and Mrs.A. was 54C 5 e qoC .
The biennial report of 1023-21: is not L. Strickland.Mrs. transacting business here Monday. Creamery, per lb. Full Cream, lb. crop ex. fine, doz.

yet published but recent reports I W. T. Wright, who has been Rev. Morrison, of Macon fin, supplied
from about half the counties received visiting her parents for the past the pulpit at Grace church Sunday -I Strip Breakfast Bacon S e Boiled Ham
3. by the United States Bureau month in Ashburn
Georgia, returned morning. 20C 48
of Education indicate that the average Friday accompanied by her son, William I per lb. ptl, CWilson's
length of term in even the one- Thomas, Jr. Mrs. :M. E. :Morrison, of :Maxville
I' teacher schools. of these counties In Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.

1021) wall 158 days. The twoteacherschools l Friday from several day*' Mrs. E. E. Barney and i Sliced Breakfast Bx show an term of children
average visit with :Mr. and Mrs Z. J. Robert
160 days: the country schools of and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington/ spent Christmas in Jacksonville with
three or more teachers 101 days, the of Hastings Judge Gardiner report her parents Elder and Mrs. H. V. Swifts Skinned Ham lb. 35c
consolidated schools 185 days and the the farmers of the Hastings section Skipper. ,

village schools. 172 days busily engaged In the potato fields, I John Roberts, of Jacksonville, spenta 1

with indications of another bumpercrop I day or two here last week at the atoes Cucumbers
THE COST OF PUPIL the coming season. home of his father, E. J. Robert Full line fresh out-of-season Egg Plants,
TRANSPORTATIONWhat :' [ Celery Lettuce Cauliflower
,
Vegetables at real low
prices
Jacksonville Approximately 53-: Mr. and :Mrs. John Prevail and Kumquats
docs it cost; to transport pupils 000 carloads of lumber Pineappler1
or 1,000,000000 ,- children of Keyirille, and Mr and .
to and from school ? This Is an feet, shipped from this district annually Mrs. John Teuton and son, Jlu bard, I

important question%for any coromunl- of Jacksonville, were Christmas week ,
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