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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CENSUS ENUMERATOR I LAWTEY SEEKING ELECTRIC LAKE Crn".I'\I.\'I'kA HimiUAY I InH' FOR .SPIDERS

APPOINTED FOR BRADFORD Guilty f I SERVICE-FROM STARKE RALLY URGED: Ill CHAMBER: : : I Dabbled in Wheat | ON 1<1 'r RAW It Hit It IE8

lIon. !Nathan: !Mayo, commissioner Y : ... .r.d I The City Council of the City; of Road to Connect TOWIIH of Lake Duller I Host Now \\hetacr the Plants Are

of agriculture, has appointed Mrs. F. i Starke, Florida met in regular session Starke and Keystone Infi-Hifd ..Apparently Free

A, Scott, of Starke, as census enumerator February 3rd with the following : Heights. i I of Pent.

for Bradford county, us provided members, )present: C F. Hoover, chairman I _
for in the nets of 1UJ3: fur the tnkiiv, D, C. Jones, J. W. White. |'(I The Bradford County chamber of .:':1 u l'II'III'I'rlelllrower./ .. should spray
of the lifth census of Florida. $. Minutes of the last meeting were 'commerce met at Lnwtoy Friday N ,00 i -I I.st t t th.'ir plains mm, in the opln-

I i nl I and approved o'clock p. Ill Minutes of the last meeting I n, <.,r -''III'' of our must successful
Mr. Aluyo writes that it j. his intention ,
to make th.. icn.us tno m ,i :Mr. J. T.Mome and Mr. O. W. Riib- were rend and& approved. ?,4., ell? ore piucccdintt on the

reliable: nrd useful ever taken b>' UK- i met with the council 1 us a comi |i Mr. Inman spoke n.ioreHtiiii'ly "f < ns". that a "stili. ill "11"lieive
''the advancement of Uiadfoid and I- J ; \', few ol' I he. ,
uttio from the Lnvvtpy Coun- a i i.V |pi !I' 1 li- HOW
state, and to du thi.>, it it u.ipoii.i.i'that ( : i City
join inK counties, hrinutm. the fait I I 1.1". ith the 'd I ,
the public nppieeiate tin "'furl'of r. ,. relative to Starke fin,'ni-liuiK then ; our\ u" !pi" er" cry

the enumerators. and render c. ,'1" y h har of Lawtey with electric current that we a re no longer cut oaf from ... ,, .\ h.no h liouii "lepn \ I.. d, but i tho

pot-Sibil' assistance to them, in -ri- I nihg h, 1I1.tel'VII", : icforred to the bond: the outside world for lack of "load ,. .in is that\ Iiterliir iii,.-tili.n. willI

the data I imluded, in the i i-numoia :iii' for investigation that mild l be traveled Ho em\ :ih! isi/i I W' I ,1'u i: lonll.v, henv v ,Iii, 'nines'} Um-\

v /petition was presented, anditc 1 1I the fact that Bradford ('ountv h.,i i ii ik a. r ,iln" plant and t.it il,,',M.' ull of

tion.The also committee asking ono of the l beat road ..,."tl'lIl.t'' im I ,d the\ best tune is to go to
importance of this Census i I- I wale a
apparent when we take into consulti-, 'x 'I ,1,1, louncil! to make some unprovoK Slate, und suggested that \sc -11"ull! 1 "I, 0\ bonier.- the pests hove hud

Tenth and have a celobrnlmn at the opcrmu i ::: of t I'', .:.1 I" .. 'i.i\ time to do any damage.i .
ation the fait that it will lie u-oj u- :.1 i t > street Kingsloy
highway lie further ti I II 1 Mil ,unit berry have found
suggest growers
a\i-i to with
the basis of reapportionment fur tlu \ ue, connect the county
fIJ" it Powell's still. Thu n committee l ii>". appo'mod to .,1 II,',HI'( n t I \ i spei .lonce that the spiders
representation in the legislature, and .I"at turpentine
I.eatrews .fitting '''lJllit ion COIIIIIll'lId'lIg' t I "if.Hiphuit. lice) can do serious
vroc.i matter referred Mr. Jones
we urge our people to give Mra. S< ott c'aav_ was to ,
assistance possible' in furnishing haii i 'man of the street committee Hoard of Bond Trusteesvlui l has> c "II ,,j I uaui le their crops, and also that

Forbes, convicted: : of conspiracy to oloto. Mr. Inman made iIii tl. : i.i pouduis or in far less than
tows take the base ball 11 m' "n n: >d \ sprays
of over '
Mayo says : "The whole park bypay"g
defraud the government in hospital (II the balance of the the committee bo! appointed to ,1I'unthe dam.11.1 they can Inllict, und ash
North America Is looking to l-'lorirla. Construction for original .
our crippled blind
( resolution of
the
the I apparently one most
and samevi- -
The showing of this census will\ go and disabled world war soldier !purchase price: and securing dead >
f ended by Mr. O. ,y, Rolicitand,,, fur thu
: 'piiuiii-iiiir yearn strawberry
He faces liom the trustees.. The
far toward determining the confidenceof a possible penalty of two mption was
people in other states in the future i, years in prison and a $10.000 fine "ci muled by Mr. White and carried iinumiousdy carried! The prcidt'MI I .I.If'I |I I Muni''* in several seasons, it Is to
The street committee authorlz- i pointed the following gentleim' > i I i iidvunluK", to prevent tho in-
of was
and possibilities our
progress Commonwealth." -_. I ed to investigate the widening of the committee: J. H. MoorN;; I I. i I., i.i'im, of their plants.I .

I IU.OO DON'T; ) DRIVE) / ON Walnut street from, Call to Madison :, Hull, L. II, Hill. The committee uu-. I In. aphis can be readily controlled

IN COLD FOI SLOGAN i I RIM ON IIHiHWAYj i streets. j I I requested to have the .resolution, n ui\ ,,II> II) nag, the' plains with I a niconlphnte -

'I I The report of the Bond Trustees ,1] for the next meeting.. nI. solution. Use I part of
The publicity committee of the Motorists are warned against the was ordered filed. j Mr. !inns made n motion that a i'1,1, oiaentiuU-d preparation to 800i )

Bradford County Chamber of Com ', practice of driving on the state highway I The council adjourned to February (I|' committee of three be iippoinlid" t I.> i tit' 1- or> welter and add live pounds

; merce is offering $.>.00 in gold for the with just the metal rim on the (I I17th. visit Lake Duller with the idea of l '" .. .1 II lo,, every l'>0 gallons of tho

most appropriate slogan for the cham- :I wheel It is I prohibited by state law -- -- -- I getting a road rally for that place to pi.it. The soap, in addition to in-

ber of commerce. This contest is open and officiate have strict orders to en- I.WTO'U'U \1KHS\ [ encourage the placing of the road, (>wroc. .cq oii using' : \the cfFcctivncss of tho spray

to any resident of Bradford county force :it The metal rim damages the CHAMI.1CK (W COM.MEIJCK i from Lake City to Palatku in the .- makes II spread and stick to the

with the exception of the board of surfacing of the road to a great extent | Federal road system Mr. R. H. Thedeseconded Mrs S C Pur.mil. dirt' I n mrr" I Ii lives.,
Ono of !
governors of the chamber of commerce and ,t is to prevent this damageth the features of the chamber [ ) the motion and it was aid dairy: woman of Illinois+ has UtdipnUrs may bu controlled by

and their families, the board :.t the h.w'al':' enacted, providing a of commerce meeting at fjiwtey last ]i uminiiously carried.. It being the idea mnclc a killing' in wheat, t-Miimu' I 1':1 i :<,: HIM or dusting with a sulphur

of governors acting us judges in selecting stiff fine. If you do not carry a spare I j Friday night, und one thoroughly on- j of the organization: lo get thin road up nearly .1 million, tloM.iin. .ncord I1" iupuuml.'l'he\ dust should ho applied,

the most appropriate slogan. I 1 I tire, repairs must be made before you I I joyed by the members! present, was | through the towns of Lake !Duller, lug to niithoi. >,ti\ i* icporis. Slund- during the.. holiest part of the day. If

This slogan will be adopted as the I proceed I 01 Use .rule in on an old casI I J the tempting salad course served liy Stai ku ami Keystone Heights. I II lint' "diilililmu, in Ih,' market .\ bit" u spiny i Is used, probably" the best is

I permanent "war-cry" of the organization iIII
and will be used on all literature --- --- I ut the close of the business >'committee! : (,. M. Inman, J, 11. Kitth all surprised ,if it went U $_'.50.SI is not so liahle to stain the fruit.
issued. i I{ illli STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT: : I II for the evening. Chllh'lIIl1n Knight/\ o\-1 I II and W. M:. Tin-ode- i Lillll' sulphur can ho used, diluted 1pll.t

Only one slogan will be accepted i I | pressed tho appreciation felt by the SecretaryFutch rondo U motion lo On; parts of water. This spraying
I I I The Wet weather of the past week chamber of .
.. commerce for the Ihought1 that Mr. R. R. should bo done
from any one conte"tant.Vrit. it on 1 Tliede bu appointed u t immediately; following -
und, the frequent: cold snaps huso sen1onrf.y fulnessof the ladies mid ; R'ACIN:! ; CREWS{
I i a ri'4lnu'I
a plain sheet of paper and without int. i'furred with the properiiptning vote of .thlln'a" i 'I ISTARKC committee of one lo lake up with the (; I) TO I 1I I 1.1.1 I I \ ill l a picking.
signing! or placing thereon any markof Of the berries here, and the 'I given: them. incorpoiulod lawns of the utility the i Whore both spiders and aphis are.

identification, seal in an envelope, qualityiffeied+ the buyers on the local GIRL\ 11 HA 1(1) 'I passage of uniform I ordinance' regulating : The, crows i nraircd In snrfi 'ni'-t the present In the sane field, combine tho .

t, putting name and address on the not been good.\ OVER: RADIO the speed limits in the several I highway thr uih Bradford county nicotine sulphate (for the uphls) and
platform, ties
outside. Enclose this in another envelope 'i very towns on the highway. Mr. Inman have hei'n transferred. tn near llllllanl l the sulphur compound ( for the spiders
Prices have ranged from $;; //)0 to
\t addressed to Mr. C A. Futch, 'i few Mass Marguerite Shriven, who has seconded! the motion and it was car- where'" they will work in the highway ) und make one spraying do the I
bushel
tJ.lO) although some
.J,' Starke, Florida. i' $ per receiving, better than been in Atlanta for several days purchasing vied. The president appointed Mr. leading, : from .Iaekson"ille! to the sate work of destroying both insects.: ,

Contest will close March 10th, rfhd growers$8 bushel.are for exceptionally fine her spring I and summer line These as tho committee. limTho Kiirfiii-InK id''" state road thirteen ( Growers are likely aware that tho i

j winner will be announced in Issue of per of hats and dresses, was among the The secretary was instructed to here was completed two weeks greater number" of these insects can I

March 13th. i truit.Shipments for the past six days singers broadcasting from. WSB, the write to the Federal Engineer calling ago/\ and i I. now one of the finest he found on the under side of tho

I Atlanta Journal's radio station, fait .his attention to the importance of the Ktretchcn of paved road to hi foundin leaves, and it in Important) that the
A tax on scandal, imposed right ; were as follows: Monday ninht. Miss Shriver is a talented road from Luke City to Palatku and the state.TIIK spray or dust he applied so that the
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now, would pay the national debt.- 'Ihursdny, 352 quarts; 18 to 20c. I singer and, the two numbers rendered urging hint to Cot this road includedin --- .- _.. under sidu of the leaves is thoroughly;

t New York Herald-Tribune. Friday, 1,588!! quarts; 18 to 20c. were picked up by several stations the Federal Aid System. 'I'| : CROSS-noUll ITZZI.I-. .: covered.MAIM ,
Saturday, 2,288 quarts; 18 to 21c. ,..
I I in this county, and thoroughly The matter of thn chamber of commerce (:it1Ns'ilLOII.FiE: : -
nn.WIIElmYI.IUlT: : MOVES Monday, 2,448! quarts; lite. \ 'IN: -IEI.LH:\ PLAN
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).it, BACK 'IO HIGH-PRICE: ; LEVELThursday's Tuesday, 4,000 quarts; 18 to 21c. enjoyed by her" friends who were taken to sponsor tftp Boy Scouts WON I The TelpHrraphV. ;; : rroHs-wonl itiz.loIs '1 II) PROUD GAS INCREASE I :
listening in. and after due discussion
hilr.Inman .
1" '' I Wednesday, 1,828 quarts, 18 to 21c. I up numbering the ciillcirn: students I I I ,
At Average Price Over --- -- I i( made a motion thai the chamber | ,, 'Ihlnkn Series f.f Advances In Prices
I It is reported that Home of the TRUSTEES: INSPECTLATERAL; : .' nmont/ its. devotees, Miss I Isiihol Krrnandox -
I I, 32 Cents. I fliiuxt berries being brought to the ROADS sponsor the orgununtion and that of the Collpitifur Women, I I ITullahiiHHcu rnjiiNliiied.; ,'
n scout committee be
I l Plant Citj.'s f. o. b. strawberry mar- platform are. grown by Messrs. A. L. E.'s. Hill seconded the motion appointed.and it was Mr. sendinir. in the correct I I TallnhaKi Governor; JllhnV..
I Alvarez Will and Walter Clem- J. II. Rllch, Matthews A. A.
Snpp She
answer to limt week's pitsrli
ket has moved steadily back to hl&'h-I carried. The )president t '.ited that hej! Martin stated today just before. leaving -
I ins These' berries are averaging, better burden und R. A. Weeks, bond trustees says : "We have loads of fun salving'
price levels during the past few days, wished to see the scout executive before for I Ihu Smith Florida Fair atTampa I
than 2i:; cents a quart.It with Supt. T. J. Terry and engineer tho TeU'trraph'H croHH-word. 1>l17.7.II'H.
with an average for the three days, J, making the appointment. The. / that as sirtm' ax. hit returned to ..t
was thought that large quantities F. Kickliter, Jr., made up aninspection If I dMn'l have I to study all the while,
3-5 inclusive of :30 the
cents he
February onunitlpc to consist, of live membersof \ capitol profhmcd' to lake up for I
of berries would be ready for party covering the lateral I would, chase tip to work.They '
puzzles
per quart. which is 12 1-2 cents above road! the chamber of commerce. | lii\esliiatioii the Veceiit" Illcreasus in
shipping during next ten days, but system of the county Tuesday. that
fimriiiating
ono can
lift HO I
the worst thix'0-duy: period of the A the of I
: sea- The motion was carried that the noxtm".tlnn price gasoline in Florida.
the cold weather of Wednesday and party was entertained at luncheon hardly/ '' luy them down. Last week's
;
son, which occurred during the recent 1 be held ut Hampton on February i The governor believed, ho said, thatit
Thursday) will probably again checki at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R, A. puzzle, which I am enclosing, is tooI'llHV.
rail tIC-Up. Returns to local growers .i Weeks I 1:1: 1025. 1 1 Vain a proper' subject! fur an inquiry
the of the fruit. With few at Brookor. "
for the past three. days totaled $:10,- I ripening a The I After the meeting/\ adjourned ill by thn chief executive of the state, "
I weeks of favorable weather berries I trustees expressed themselves MrN. A. If Kropmnn of Jacksonvilli '
0.:7,10, or $8,000 more than for the committee of Indies served refresh- aiho cost of gasoline touches directly -
j will, leave both Starke and in ui 1 well pleased with the road ,
Lawtey general solved
*, again correctly n puzzle
three daj.s piet-eding.! Berry; tdiip-j i:' local!!' condition of the nii-iils to those present and a speech or I indirectly\ ovcrylxidy In tho :J
,
daily car lots. Buyers on tho county. The road appearing" ii. the Telegraph' winding
: mcnts,> dote total 1,187,330"' quarts, of -ipprpcinlion was delivered, by the state
system in the
platform report prevaiing low prices'are | Brookcr section win in the answer for last week's.Next .
; the return having totaled J78,6fl7.lJ! PiiMidenl. U, 1C. Kiiik'hl." The ladies Hu could sou no plauxihlo rnuson '
ilr.e to the of berries gone over und with the of
quality week will
exception publish extra
poor we an
Tlmr; da"s berries Mild at the hijih- a few deficiencies which assisting with the refreshments were: :i or, HIM face conditions to justify; three r
available. will be
I [est IIVl'la"e" for the past several ,I reeled by tilt con: Mrs J. H. Moore, Mr, J. T. Moore, puzzle l especially for those who" find inereusou of two cents! a gallon each
i Besides the movement of strawberries contractors
) "too ft
was the
I {weeks, the level standing at 3U! 1.21 I pronounced Mrs R. R. Thede, Mrs. W. E.: Torode. pretest pugzles: easy they within the lust few weeks, tho latest rrtuuounrcd
beets, peas and turnips are being good. The inspection trip al- solve it correctly they may consider, .
[cents quart for the day. The today making two within
per supply ; ,
I t shipped daily.PETERSON so included the Mel ruse road to the' .UVSW-V 'N' themselves experts on uros..wor"lwl..t"I'K. sThn #;
[ continues low, owing to the pracj j line.Progress ANDERS PLACE I'i ten days v
-' county < (
I kid l completion of the first crop and IN AUTOACCIDENT I : governor's statement was ''j. ,
was reported '----' --
tardiness of the second to develop on claylnll'the Owen Anders has purchased from i ought forth. when it called to I
crop i' road to connect with the road toKeystone Mis. F. I KAl\lI'foION CITY: WIl.l. HAVE ROAD was
A. Scott the former Wynn,1,
I in volume. is I his attention thai tho .
tank third
[ Quality slowly improving Peterson the dairyman, while heights Increase
suite the low grade resulting from i 'imlng into town Wednesday after. I(j I .sections of the Reports from olh- ,plu o on Nona street und, will move |' At their! recent melding. I" Slnrkc, had been. made today throughout tho

the lams of a week ago, and the ber- ]I noon with his usual load of milk and |1"1' hate been county where the there with his family. Mr. Anders Iliu I i\ bond: I.rust r'es oidend stirve y't plate. -
ric" bo back tops' completed show that homo' was destroyed by fire several ,nude fur fut .cal road running from lie did ii'it I know
are expected to at eggs, tan into the ditch back of the they are in first class I IW' a ; just what could
condition.
cond.tmn; by the first of tho week, iviiiKston place und overturned. The 1'crr', and the crews Supt, ks. ago. i 1 1 the ke-lrnokir! road to Sampson bu done, he said, but would certainly
in
(with many tine offerings already being .ni- was badly; damaged as well as its : the lateral engaged keepmr ) -- r'it)', and another road" leartim from tty: lo /jov the people relief if- he
; up rpads, ore lining AI I TION HALF. OFLANOY !
delivered i II loud of milk and eggs"" but Mr. .pUiidid work in dragging them often NEXT WEEK tho Htnrki'-Hrookor; mud to Hampton found that I the numerous Increases
son wa, not seriously injured.peter-I needed. via. Hampton Rem h. Tins latter road were unwarranted.
The
us trustees will add '
STA RUE'S EGO KING an-
Peterson stated he was driving along 'iii. 'il be' will connect with the" hard mirfnmdroad '
oid.er! heavy tractor and drag to the roe auiti.iii i I i < i ij1 land will NEW UIVEtl SCl10ULHONOR
I at a fair rate of speed when the wind hd: thi near Hampton. |
the
Luring the two week ending Satpirdu.v present maintenance equipment in a in Histi'iii during' comim ROLL
'i blew, his. hat off. In seeking to retrieve I week ;Mai: Island Waido I I
', Feb! 7th, J. F. Kickliter shipped few weeks. 01,0 at tin & J. MI1KI':0::<1 no.; SKUVK: (
t 1 1"oin :Murke approximately .L2.1 I I his h.-adjfcur he lost control of the tar I The trustees plan to add other lat- 'm I'ob. 1 17, at Ilaiiiplun, ,, Feb Pith!i I I'rim-' Agnes. Johns DeWitt Raulernon. I

000 CL.Kguing:: m, i- so s denim The state raps. d co iiiiiiii .smngranteil J

[cnst'imers in dilTiicul,. tions of the 1 overturned. _. ,_ i I new roads being ordered surveyed at I in eh.iij-o: of the Alab:,nia-'t'ines- I p.'rinissifin, l-'i'ii' ,MI, Vh fare t, Put ,rode: (:rocs. Adkins, W. N.

at<.. "user'' of ti! are shipped CITIZENS:! MILITARY h the February. meeting of the bimnl. i Auclion Company;' ; and I the nuci ids'',I'TtinuirH.: J.ruirn No ') and! lOon Johns, AUI ice Cowart.:

In t Mi Ki.'i klitcr' .ill,. the Wanneo I 'I RAINING CAMPS; : i iI The present method of building roads ti ,, "i-er, C ,I. Thus t1..Idlican, i i. raid t tl.u: Tampa and .l',u'l< ""lv.II'- ru'way,' ;.Second urndo: Matter Cowart, Willie \

bra''" !I.. \\h''( hn 'r' harp is head- I allp.vs tho constant addition of new t.> o ono of the host in thu South. operating between Sampson' City and RautorHon.

: qu. t. f.I. .1 largo" number of 'farmi Application LUnka will bo available I roads and an economical upkeep of ''Hi, auction in Stark will include {Cialni"
+ r t.i i .. ,-) ra'id poultry; to sell I in SturLi about February 15th to existing ones I 1.Li, town loin und farm lands !II l lilt proposition for the purl severalyearn. Hhuden. Flora Hello Johns, Harry

t i ..,:.t !..' that tills: week's) ship5 those who duMie: to spend a month in I MORE TURNIPS : __ J I' /w'app, Ruby Raulerson. Miss Daisy

> f L' will eclipse< his previous the Citizen Military; Training Camps LAWTEY BERRIES GOING TO !'I1. !\ I Moore, teacher.
NKW: GATEWAY INTO
r high ri .>, d, a-i Tuesday; afternoon Ail former students will continuet.ainmK MARKET ;M. A. Shaw brought to the Bank of FLORIDA I IS OPENED{' Fifth grade: Essie Sapp, Lotio ,

8QIJIJ e- ,. left "by express, while in the course previously; pursued Starke last, week three turnips weighing ; Kelley, J. E. Crews, Cecil Cowart.

Wedn" d ty's: shipments. totalled near- while first year students will be the Reports from Lawtey indicate that IB pounds. Mr. Shaw grew tho I' Wuyrross, Ga,-Feb 10.- -Tho Way- I j Sixth grade: O'June Adkins, Norman -
It5o0m..1ueaday's. shipments by Mr. : to attend the nearest perry crop from that section In of the Wlggina.
required camp turnips, Purple Top variety, on cioHH-JncksonvillH section of the Con- ,
KIcklitcr, included 4,000 pounds of;1 Mark I beginning to move in quantity. Mon- his farm in the lirookor section. t tral: Dixie' highway is now open, all H"venthrrade/ : Sarah Kelley,

sweet!( potatoes. Several thousand I Camps will be located as follows: day's shipment was reported to have II det'iurx being closed, and a hard surface Emery John

pounds of chickens. have been .shippe.1 I Cavalry-Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. been over 5,000 quarts, while Tuellday'll KF/CREAM .\ CAKE AT \I \J road now extends. from St.; Mary's Eighth:' grade: Horinte Kelley, Grafton t

during the past two weeks by Mr. Field Artillery-Fort Bragg, N. C. quota was slightly smaller. NEW RIVER SCHOOL ,river to Jacksonville. Adkins, Clarence Adkins Mlas)

Kickliter. Const Artillery-Fort Barrancas, art Prices good.being received by tho growers A salo of ice -cream and cake will The road from Wuycrons to Folk- Lillian Mackery, teacher.

(PURCHASES: -STORE 7.UILDINOImeiu Florida. be held<
Infantry-Camp- .McClellan- Ala. The diet of the child every day aft'-moon and night, February 20th, 'mad, Is in excellent condition, and 1 owner faced the triumphant ScamliI ,
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Mrs. Edna Lewis, a recent arrival Bins ADDITIONAL PROPERTY should contain some milk, eggs (Ash the proceeds. to go toward purchasing 'Ia tourists: will find a splendid highway I navlnn, who still held in his hands the I

to"1 this section and owning a very fowl and meat), bread and cereals, sit of reference hooks.. for the school ; of 7f miles connecting the two cities. bloody-tined fork that had won for

valuable piece of farm property near Mesurs. Quigley & Davis have purchased vegetables, fruits, tweets and fats. All are invited to attend. Local highway officials centcnd that i
Starke has added from R. A. Green with the opening of this road the Ccntral I I him."Why

to her real estate four lots on u__ did you kill my dog?" shouted -
holdings here the two-story store and the east side of Temple avenue, a 1 Dixie highway now offers the ,| the farmer.
residence ) from best and most direct route into Flor i
building, corner of Cherry II short distance the Bradford' "For "
I vy your dog try bitingm ?
and Tenth streets owned by P. M. high school building. They also purr Chamber of Commerce Meeting t da., shouted the Swedo. .j
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Geiger of Theressa. Two lots were chased two lots from ) A. Scott, corner TIIE END IS VIEW: I "Why didn't you use the other end

included in thla tale. This property is of Nona and South streets. What I I of the pitchfork?" yelled the still Irate

well located and consists of a store plans: they have for the improvement [ 8:00 The Swede had been attacked by farmer.
oalthe ground floor and living\ ,of their new purchases have been' Hampton Tonight Friday : .-
apartments II not the farmer's dog and had been victorin "For vy he didn't come at me Tit his j

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13. 1925.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA _
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-= : I MONEY? roads and the consumer all fail to get
WHO GETS; THE
I ; ; I COMPARISONS KNA15IJ PURCHASES ACREAGEPays I --. I much out of the provision. trade--then

a11ie1sI';! IIt LARGE i Farmers of this country complain | who jjj getting the mone.\ V: What be
; Diamonds and charcoal I
i 1 are not making profit, of the difference between the
$100.1)00) for 11,000-Acre Tract that they are any. comes
\, essentially carbon yet their values in Baker County. or at least not a profit in keeping with' low price( on the farm und the high!

It T"'mv1a.tC: and usefulness arc as far apart ''that made by manufacturers and mer- ( prjcc. On the dining tabU''.' An-Avers t'I >.

as the pules. So it is withScott's I One of 1 the finest land holdings for i I chant In fact, we can lind right here these! questions would make mighty

I development\ into farming tracts has i I in :Milton, men who contend that the interesting rending, and might mike

=--.. ---..-' .== =-- -'-- --=-.='"-': --I II been purchased by Senator T. J.Knubb farmers have been steadily losing I j solve| what to us has long been ono nt

HUNTING TRIPI spoke to Mrs. :Mitchell and assured Emulsion of Macclenny, near Lake Butler :I money for years. The consumer knows j the deepest mysteries in Amebas.

THE END OF THE" her that Elite would ho a joy, explaining I I on the Atlantic Coast Line railroad |I he is paying n high price for meats Milton Gazette.

;; touched his still at the : between Jacksonville and Gainesville and farm products. The railroads .
put out my hand and ) that father was Many imagine thatU\ oils are I | --- ---
hair which gleamed in the sunlight Reach and that I was all alone. I similar, but when the usefulnessof I it was announced by R. L. Ivcy, claim thut they are not making the Newspaper\ advertising that has

sifting through the trees | Hhe would arrive tomorrow nnd i cod-liver oil is compared with of the Consolidated Naval Stores i dividends permitted by law with pros- j brought in millions of new customers

"I'm sorry," I murmured softly. thut was that. 1 Company, of Jacksonville, who recently i ent freight rates and they're always ,ill held, to be responsible for keeping
all
other fits the difference
in
"so sorry." I I had scarcely replaced the receiver 1 received u lomunication notifyinghim trying to raise them. And now comes down, gas costs by so greatly| increus-
"Why should you be?" ho asked at when the bell jangled again. value is as far apart as common of the eom-lu.sioii of the transaction -: one of the biggest packing plants in i jnK the output through so many kind

the same time taking my hand and This time it was Bob charcoal and diamonds. t i for a sum said to be $100,000. I the country asking the court to apof new uses. This is the gist of n re-

holding it firmly in his own "Hello, peach, we've been! pining Scott's Emulsion is cod- I The holding consists of 11,000 point a receiver for it. | port made to the Public Utilities Ad-

"I always bring brightness where- uw'v for glimpse of you Marl In- liver oil made pleasantlyavailable acres of land la Baker county near I For several years Chicago packers vertlinAssoeilltion, meeting with

"5 T ever 1 go, except to you," was my exf j I If structed me to call you and say we to build those I Lake Butler, adjoining Duval county I have been showing by charts In' the the American Gas Association at
f <: planation and them wa pathos in my wanted you for dinner so that we can up : on thu Cummer road 'rho soil is said newspapers how small their profit on Atlantic/ City !recently

7 voice "I'm sorry for whatever it is I hear all the glory details of the call who are rundown or weak. I t ta I to be rich: black loam cut-over land meat, und if this one big concern is _' __ _
Scott&Uowne Bloomfield, N.,. M-17 tl sub-soil making it actually facing bankruptcy, then it
'!' that makes you feel like this of the wild." l with a good clay Common souse ,? wmu makes lk col.

Me glanced swiftly and looked chatted frivolously the best sort for any kind. of farming.The looks like an argument .in their favor. ,loge ccU.ution, vuluube.|
lie jolly we
up ,
I was e a land, was purchased from J. W. But the whole nIFaii raises an inter- ...- -- __.-. -- _- ._...
deep into my eyes. I for a while and I no longer felt : 'I
"Don't you !know what it is, Sal- that I wns alone in the world. FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Alvarez, of Starke, and John P. Sapp, eating question, and one every rend- ColJs Cause drip and Induenia.:
and REVIEWS of Sapp, who have owned the land er of this paper has probably asked IAXArivBRONO guNINE,:' ruhlls
lie. Haven't you guessed? Can't you > "Well, what' time shall I come r"maYII
for some time und, recently placed it himself time und again. the There only one "Broni illumine.! "
love .1.1I I cause.
1 love love ? !
sec that you, you I'breeze you around a a a a a a a
I IStrangely on the market. I I If the fnl'l1tho packer, the railL w. .KOVE'S miniatureUD bus M.
you. "Why, Bob, let me see, I must have Fensacola-Contract lot at $Z OR30' 1 .
I I effected by Senator --
Plans being _
he agitated are
enough was hour of the sort of cleanlinessthat Escam.Ibia I
an for erection of steel spans on I'
calm if '' Knabb and a syndicate of associates,
while I felt only a sweet as 1I'0dlineRB-What?
akin to
is
bridge. I would rapidly. TTnfort'4-
I with progree
interested in the deal
", my heart wore singing a carol of joy nope a shower won't do" I' who are nately, euganUta make little pro/$:<
"Then why so lugbrious about lt"i I "Say when?" Bnrtow-Building construction dUI'1 him, for the development! of the propcrty | This res. But something might i at tdone.

I laughed. "I adore you too, Curtissand I "Gee that sounds natural! I ex- ing 1024 totaled $124i3: :! as compar.I! into small farming tracts of Week .

i have from the time you wouldn't I hesitated. "Listen ed with 1184,060 in 1023, and $132,569 from fifty to one hundred acres each. J ")That proud mother of 100 littla
I claimed then
,
that first night. I Besides the present holding the in nve never smoke
let me kiss you be there?" in 1922.\) i pigs years
wonder if you've changed your mind I Bob, will Ted Uillings for syndicate is said to intend to make cigarettes or drank :didlnot And .
a
about it now?" I cajoled, putting my i "Not unless you're dying Sebring-Granite Brick; & Clock Co. 1 further purchases of land holdingsin : the father or fathers set
face against the rough khaki of his squint) at him. I'm not" he laughed. installs additional equipment, triP-I the northern part of the state for before their sons the example of
"You go to the devil!" ling capacity of plant. development purposes. wr,, bootleg law breaking' and conWmpt

shirt "I am as fast as I can" he exclaim I The and of citie- for the Constitution.
A "My darling, my beautiful, precious growth prosperity
Arcadia Arcadia Golf Club lets
You ed depends to a great extent, it isaid., ioxUoa of V
sweetheart. How I love you. Dear young *sa*
If It
Bob for minute contract for erection of club !
"Be serious a building
I are everything I have longed for- Ted." upon the farming development of u College\ with beautiful tall foreheads
kills you. Don't have state and Florida with her large urea i nimble feet ana nimble
love. ,
and I cannot fight against my Port Tampa-New state bank to be
real
i You are all beauty und allure. Every I I "Certainly not. We've got him a the !I organized with capital stock of $25- of undeveloped farming territory ha-i; By Arthur Brisbane minds, tell what they think of. 'p.
and I've
promised
surprise baccu. 433 they. like sofaettes
,
throbs for I i a greater future than any other state say
fiber of being you. 000.
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my 4
the
y I peppiest, most scintillating girl in in the in the belief of Senator 524 never smoke.
< love you and I want you so. South. union HOW RICH IS AMERICA? No matter what think
you
may
A bird's clear call to Its mate-the Sarasota-800-acre tract on Sarasota Kriabb and his associates. ,
"lie here at eight! I called through 100 LITTLE PIGS. of women smoking, how would you
i water, like tinkling bells danced overt bay being improved as new subdivision No other state has better natural answer! this question ?
the phone. ALSO VASSAR GIRLS.
the rocks and the wind made music be continued) advantages for the growing of oops! Which will be married }first, the
in the trees. All the world seemed (To St. it is said, mind, It is not an uncommon( WORK AND LIVE. 438 girls that ajnoke cigarettes Or
f, made for romance. ---- Petersburg-New theatre building thing to grow $1,000 worth of produceon a the 521 that don't smoke cigarettes

I I do not know how long we lingered, I HIGHWAY S.tl'ETYFIICST to be erected. an acre of Florida land. The diver- ] How much do! you think 0 ? And which will make the
I SLOGANSThe United States is worth, all loge -
mothers?
silied that be is pest
of time. products can grown
for love takes no cognizance Lake Worth
-$700,000 campaign in thousands of millions of dollars .
I er, -
i There were no more discussions of I State Highway Department of outlined for new Y. M. C. A. building noted in the fact that eighty per cent ? Men have spent moat of thoU

s vexing problems, only platitudes of of first I of the watermelon seed planted in time earth fighting and
\ r Ohio is using a number safety According to the Census Bureau on murdering
; f' lovers whispered with u meaning that slogans nt safety exhibitions In an ef- Milton-Curbs and gutters being the United States is grown here, while all the property In the UniteStates each oth r. But the real

i was wonderful and new. I fort to reduce motor accidents. Several laid' on Canal and Elmira streets there have been as much as 10,000 three years ago amounted job of the human raoj is to ftbAgainst ,

I The shadows lengthened and the of these originated by the department quarts of strawberries grown on one to about 320803862000.: That and conquer Nature.
l sun went down bathing everything in were found wide Sarasota-County to spend $33- acre of Florida land. means 320 times one thousand million Every canal dug, desert irrigated .-
and have
vogue. 000,000) for construction and improvements drained is lathe
t dollars, with 803 millions to swamp a victory
I a glory of gold. Slowly we walked Here are some of them: during 1025.: Altogether, it is said, two hundred, I, really Important war.
back to the Curtiss at the side and different varieties of spare.
camp. 1. Don't try to scare locomotives I fifty crops It's a great } 1: of the narrow path, I in it, hand in with your horh. Lake Worth-Contract let for paving can be produced, including fruits, you may be sure that it's much Canada la growing rapidly. Up>

I hand. The others had returned and 2. A road! hog roots up macadamwith 10 miles of streets nuts and vegetables as well as sugar ( less than the United States is there they welcome good immi

the odor of bncon and other appetizing his nose. and rubber, as the state leads all worth. Properly developed, the grants.' Here we discourage im
food drifted out through the open Jacksonville-Plans under way for others In the diversity of food prod State of Texas will be worth more migration.
door. They gave us a friendly greet- 8. Our rouds are wide und smooth, establishment of municipal broadcasting ucts and in tha number of growing than the total "wealth of the Unit- What is more important even

ing. I smiled and sang out merry rough. station. days. ed States" us now estimated. than immigration is human happi-
I 4. Death is so permanent-take a ness and independence. Canadians
paraphrase I minute or two at those dangerous Haines City-Polk Company, one These conditions In the belief of the I Nobody<< has"th; faintest idea attend,! to that. In Canada 92 per
"Home Is the hunter home from the 'railroad crossings. of the largest grapefruit canners in developers of the new farming tracts what the real wealth of this coun- cent of farmers own their own

rill, 5, Tragedy in six words Speed increase Florida, starts seasonal operationswith near Lake Duller will make their try amounts to. In ten years the farms. In the United States, only
With only u maiden to show for his Breath ceases, Rest in pieces. 150 employee holdings extremely valuable when I I total wealth according to the fig G2 per cent own their land, the
skill.; tho completion of their plans have ures above, has increased more others are tenants paying rent.
'. I left early the next morning for 0. Horse sense as well as horse Seffner-Contract let for construction been effected. than seventy-two per cent. Give

Jacksonville, promising the Hulls to power should! enter into the operation of concrete bridge on Tampa- -_. _---- j' this nation fifty million more inhabitants The nations In which those that
j return again. Curtiss and I had only i of motor vehicles. Plant City highway. CUInrATE A SMILEDo intelligent, willing to cultivate the land, own the land on

time for hurried adieus as my train I 7. Live to ride another day by obey you want n life of sunshine I work, and they would raise the val-five which they live grow in strength.

left just after dawn lie continued' to ing all warning signs St. Petersburg-County roadbuilding And a bright! and pleasant way 11 i t ue hundred of the nation's cent in property half a gener- The power of France is due largely -
per to the fact that Frenchmen own
Miami, having previously made a 8. Believe in highway warning program being prepared. Do you want the name "Good Fellow" ,, ation. their land. That small country has

business engagement' there. signs-they mean what they say. From the folks you meet each day than six million land owners,
Palmetto-Main more
street to be widened
Father hail not returned from Atlantic I !0.> Drixu with C\lrl'-YOIl may meet and "white way" installed If you do, get ready for It- A boy sends this information De-to a great improvement on the day
Agricultural
.' Reach but I It.. fray assuredi a fool. You will find the job worthwhile; the United States of monarchy, when a handful of
he of 1: 10. A reckless driver is a criminal. De nnd partment. Five years ago, when nobles ecclesiastics and royal princes -
me that was entirely out danA'l'rand Key West-Plans completed for an optimist everCultivate > he in the public school, he ,
.. that a few more weeks would see :: II. (Keep your hands on the wheel erection' of La Concha hotel. I a sunny smile. bought was a pure-bred pig, female, were the land owners

i him quite well. | -let your girl hug herself I eight weeks old. Since then his
', Tho big house was lonely and there 12. The three "H's," "Hootch- Florida to receive $10,000,000 fed- Smiles are 'atchinA'-more contagious pig has added 100 small pigs tot Lorenz Koenig, aged seventy-

was only Mom! Nellie to welcome me Hugging/ -Hnsto," cause 75 per cent ertil-uid for river and harbor improvements Than the measles any day; I, 'e earth's porcine population. The two devotes his working hours tostacking

lioma. of the motor accidents.-Ex.i during 1025, according to war And if smile, then another i little boy write.: "She paid for shingles in a lumber yardat
I i ___________________________ I department's statement of proposed you clothes, three years in high Omaha. lie inherits $115,000.
The telephone rang. Soon will fall into the way; j my but on packing shingles. "If
'-3 "Lord bless you honey-dat tela- I! SEABOARD TIME TABLE expenditures. Thus the world! will be made'brighter, school and I gave me spending in second mon- I quit goes, I'd die," he says, and he'll
foam has been its head Shorter'!! be the mile ey also. am now my his children.
ringin plum longest > la still !give the money) to
Palmetto-Good headway being I in college and she
off but no such duvelish thing as that I 1 (In effect November 10, 1921.) made Over which you're called to travel, year Perhaps the habit of hard work:
r ( on construction of addition to doing the same.
could make me talk. Mom Nellie SouthboundNo Wade-Stevenson If you cultivate a smile. { hasn't got as firm a hold on them,
complained. reaches Starke at 12:10 a. m. business block. This boy has joined, the "better as it has on him.

I answered It was long distance. I No. 3, 11:02: a. m. ISradenton Work started on construction SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH 1 sires-better stock" campaign, and
a. "Hello Sallie, old dear." It Cedar 5:00 m. of will work hard to improve the pig Our life depends on the gland..
wnsKllie No 21, Key, : p. $1,000,000 bridge across I
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 DaY creed Our happiness depends on habit.
J: Mitchell's voice. No. 7, Limited, 2:10: p. m. Manatee river. We like machines wound
aI I Dtuggletsretunlmoney If PAZO OINTMENT falls If it were possible to Improve are more
"'herl' are you Kllie: ? I asked.! lo itching, 811n. I
NorthboundNo. cure Blending or Prutrudmil human breed as easily as we im- up and set running than creaturesof
Tampa-Realty sales during Pile' Inatnntly relieves lirhiuil Piles, and
102
"In Pensncola.' Mother and dad you
reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. increased can Del restful:steep after drat :application. &H i jI Drove cattle or swine, civilization free will.
have over $10,000,000 over thoseof
decided to take the Mediterrnn- No 4, 4:20: p. m.
can cruise and would! wish their offspring ( 1923. .
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Cedar
No. 20, Key, : a m.
I I on you for lo these many days No. 101 Limited, 0:17: p, m. Panama City-Hospitals to be established -
r Hut don't get alarmed, old dear, I'm
I Wnnnee Branch- at Fifth and Magnolia
I 1 I hopping off later to Miami and Palm
I Itearh. hunt think I'm going to park No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a, m. streets. WHATS TH1 IDEACURLY.ITS 1 't>Av.AN. HtJaav uP LASER
I No. 102 arrives Starke 3li: p. m. : H.2O'a GET THOSE
at your house while they sail leisurely Orlando-Orlando Realty Board to I POLKSIN\ )
I| (Dnily except Sunday) ; YOU'RE LATE j OROEfctt FILLED ,
'round the world. I
) < T. J. GRIFFIN, erect skyscraper, to be tallest building EVERY MOI2NIN'
j .). Finally 1 got in a word and, made in central Florida OUR GeTTIN' TO TH'
I \ Agent
I 4 h." to come right) I II along. Then StOBEWONDER -
j ('nler-G.. R. Stvinhuuser general
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manager of Steinhauser organization, TOWN aNr } fc '

k 1 J i Ii purchases A. P. Brutt holdings of 27- Plop I II

Out) ) acres of land; rock quarry to be -

I I I II equipped\ with modern machinery; t I +r I II .

.. Cushman Offset Motors boulevard Palmetto l sj-tem- IJradenton to be constructed Bank & CORRECTEdward v rte" I I II I I


Trait Company increases capital a I
-tmk from $50,000 to 100000. -H>o o

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(Company operating! night shift..
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M.i-i >tie, Industrial outlook un-

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LETTER.
A FIVE .
II I r.I I :St Petersburg-l,405,000! bond ( WOBO MEASIIN& ,, .. \. u A.'dir ltaCJNTt, : ,T I
i iur to heoted upon for construction
'f! GLAZES ? DICe; R'Z.6S. F.Qca
of recreational pier and Improvement \ '
; I bl word in potter Compact unit. Quickly of.iter front. i v ale LIAGU"Ar...D 6At BALLS>-3AlLSATS GLOV:1


I installed. Simple of operation.One M.idKon-" : st Pinckney street be- SlMPUV ;'QA W A PICTURECF

Inc' unproved. e ; "OLD P::iP" 'INr...a COMIC
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cf those motors has just teen added to the Bradford Mi.imi--loml\! issue of $1,500,000\ to u v !:L Q'D 1-A; Go Q.ntANpcn.Jl

Inotid upon for chic improvements. t -r ; :L:: kEPRC:,uc O MERE
County Telegraph equipment. 'I fhb. k -.---
V < ro' IIftn harvesting at luight. 1kb WRITE N' '\ME ADOBES;; AND

I AGE ON BACK Cf CCAWtNOr
Writ for Detach I ,IM-! W'orth-Municipal ..ithlcticNM % ALSO TELL US ..NiMAr 1 I--IMO' C
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N. H. i "fIpl'd across the railroad track, i ALL AE
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FRIDAY.: lU\RY 13. 192:>. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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J I I The floods in Gcorwta.: whit I practically I Mr. Gilman has been: associated: with

I demoralized rutlrondof tho hitch da--, developments' in Duytunn.

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I state, struck celery grovviiin I two I His/ plans for the property just bought erttu/ne
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causing a short "i carsui .1 I imludo n town site, demonstration
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r. : hindering the shipments bound in/ and a\ high type of agriculturalcoluby'

I! markets. A steady improvement in ill<' riot bought, by :Mr. Uil-

i! v e StatewN eves transportation facilities until normal tibia tarts tliiee mdes from MOMS

L .J ,I conditions are reached ist anticipated. Bluff anti culiluins u large" ( number ot'

....' .. .. .. I -. .-.- beautiful hikes and IIIIKO areas of unusually J
I Jacksonville-Heirs who sat quietly rich land.TulluhusseeAfter.
Told by Our Exchange I, I by until property increased in value
I
II II I from $:IKtO in 1818 to $20,000,000: a sewing! nine

I,| hundred years later have no right to years of u life sentence in prison for

I any part of the property, said a decision second degree murder, Arthur :Shannon ; -
Tallahassee The state railroad :j l, merchants and home owners of St.IVicrsburt ; yesterday by Federal Judge Ii.M. 1 of Marion l''llIIly'n8 grunted Asi

commission has no jurisdiction over ; several thousand dollars ( : (Call. The Hudnall heirs sought ''a new trial by the state supremo

airplane's operating! pussenuor servicein I during! the past two weeks. Addition i|: rights and title to property locatedin I j court. Reversal of the lower .'"urt'II RN
Florida. This was made known in tif trained detectives from Iargeltlcities I
I II Fast Jacksonville Judge Call ruled made because of imperfect, in th,'
from St. work with the local forces Is !
a telegram replying to one to Shannon
that equities' and title in the property record of proceedings. was
Petersburg asking the question. I among the stops the commissioner I
HUH of murder the
art with the present owners. The convicted in in
\\lovell would holp the situation. be-I' SAY "BAYER
Tallahassee-The total school population Commodore Joint Terminal Company second degree. The record of the ease ASPIRIN" and INSIST!

in Florida in 1920, according I! Fort Myers-Thomas A Edison and brought suit against C. V. Hudnall) | as sent to the supreme court and

", to the Federal Census was 331V.I30! Henry Ford took up life side by side ;1 and others when the complainants I certilied to by the circuit! clerk us boing lInk-.; tiil1' [ ',',' Ilk' Miwr. ( :'roW/ : : minot t.1I'kl'i you an

t or nearly half of the total population in adjoining winter homes on the (1 were threatened with ejection proceedings ii true copy of all proceedings in

of the state. Of this number 220,405! banks of the placid Caloosahatchee'j: the mac, showed that he was hhlil't,1I ,"tutu :; tit" '.; ,1\\ ; 1 u' ''iwr \ 'pirill proved, ) safe

f.,;. were white and 107.525; wore negroes. 1 hero, The automobile manufacturer | I' for murder in the first dlltreJul\ does b>' million' > 111.1 ;i'I ,' .I1hd In. plnMci.ms 2\\ wars for
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''und I his wife met their inventor friend St. Petersburg-Reserved seats In I taut show that hu was arraigned! or I

:t Tallahassee There are 2,530 separate and his party at the station upon Mr. the Congregational church here are to that he pleaded, to the indictment. It

o 1 schools in the public school xya- Edison's arrival here Mr. \Edison was be sold nt $50:; each for tho season it also shows that the trial was had boI l :uIJs Hc.idachc

n tem of Florida according to the biennial accompanied by !Mrs. \Edison his son, I, was announced following a meeting I fore. only eleven jurors, while the ro- I

report of VS.. Cnwthon, state Theodore, and his cousin Mrs. Edith of tho congregation! at which the plan vised general statutes require twelve. I Rain: Neuralgia

superintendent. Of this number 1,771 Hotter. They will spend the remainder. was approved. The attendance at '

> are white schools and 708 are for the of the winter here. church services has been so groat I Jucksonv illo-A white girl, 18 years I

negro students I that hundreds have been turned away old, was tucked near Panama Park Toothache Lumbago

,1, 'I Tallahassee .: Steamship service each Sunday. The church is heavily in on the outskirts of the city. According !

Tallahassee: The state railroad operated between Tampa and St. debt due to erecting a Sunday school to the report to the police, Mho 0 Neuritis Rheumatism: 4
I tt-
commission I I tt
dismissed P
proceedings instituted with white youth
Petersburg by the Wilson Line is to building, so it was decided to sell 500 was out walking u "

by Auburndale to require the be suspended because of loss in revenue seats to be reserved each Sunday, at 21 yours! old, when a negro! approached : tJAccept f fI

t Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company '{])':I according to information received $50 each for the season. There are the couple with u KIIII and told the only "r:1'klI: : a which contains proven directions. i

'f, to improve its station facilities by the state railroad commission In the church. youth to leave. The 'uulhlId he ran I

'' at that place. The commission found J. S. Wilson, vice president and general 2,600 seats '''tlonll'' (tot) yards to thu home of the llun.ly "1I1l\'r". IKIXI-H of I'J I tubli-Ui-Alitu battles of 'fl| RfIIIIIU-Ur""Ki..ts.| I

testimony at hearing October, 4, last, ''' manager of the company, in a let Gainesville Frank. Morgan! 50 girl's grandparents and! raised J the AMrlrlu >I. tho Irate murk uf Defer alonur..lure of M' mi''if>il''aflilr' >nlir of. SMlirvllfa,

11 that the facilities are adequate for I alarm. \Vhcn several men, including I
the and
ter to commission said that operations of this city was instantly killed I

reasonable need of traffic. I in 1921! netted a deficit! and Held McKenzie 33: of Jacksonville, relatives of the girl, reached the Moot might befall the people of Florida we

Fort Pierce-Construction in Fort that January of this year showed was probably fatally injured whim an they found the girl lying in the roadin I I would, at lent not starve to death be
worse results than in 11)21.): automobile in which they were riding an unconscious condition. She hud Current EventsJKIU'S.V1.KM
Pierce of a 30-room hospital/! unit to I cause, if the worst should come to the
been about the head
brutally beaten
cost $10,000 end, provide modern hospital I from Jacksonville to this city, turned worst could live
Eustis-Sheritr we and oy"
U. A. Cassady, of with a brick and was found to have I can
the C. L. east
turtle A. crossing '
." facilities Is contemplated by a Lake has launched drive' near : l'MO\UKKI ters. Anil.I yet It has about thi.
county, a of Alachua, 10 miles northwest of suffered a fractured. skull when she 1
party of local and outside physiciansand I'I these things are uniiing our highest I.
against persons hunting on Sundayand was removed to a hospital. The police ahead for the
Gainesville. Mr. Morgan was deputy Interesting days are
" financiers. Site in now being selected those I 1' priced article of food Florida has \
hunting without licenses. |, hotel inspector for the state, while questioned several suspects and questioned excavators. They mire working everywhere -
; and construction work is to be
I fifteen hundred miles ut seacoast and
C. A. of I
Hahn, Altoona was among Mr. McKenzie is a saleman for the the youth closely. with u diligent' ns eager" an I
started within
ninety days according the of-i'i II the waters contain myriads of scale '
first to be arrested for Sunday j\
: Jackson- l the
to the Duval Motor Company of I over anil limito.d only hy speedwith \
plans. Tallahassee laid shell There
.' fences. He was taken into custody' : -James L. McNocly, a i / li.sh. are fresh water
ville. It is understood that McKenzie i which the money comes in, and
{'automobile mechanic sentenced in lakes all over the state with thoustnilN -
while from the northern
,, a Fort Lnudcrdale-The voters of this returning was bringing a new sedan to Gainesville i the energy by which the spades can
11)21 to of li.sh in them. Out these. fish
Orange county in September, ,
part of the with deer which
city will pass on two bond issues during county a for n demonstration to n local bo wielded. In Jerusalem Rev J. Gllr- '
ho hud killed I five yearn for obtaining under arc no longer the poor man's food. It
this month, the first February on Sunday, and was fined prospect. money row UuncKii: director of the PalestineKxplorution
21 for nearly $500,000: worth to pro $-O and costs for( the violation. I I false pretense, did! not stay long in u ; Fund, reports that he in costs him lots of money to /get them
I I Florida prison following his recapture i if he. bus to go to market for them.
vide finances for civic improvements Tnmpn-The ambulance i is a more uncovering t the eastern Hide of )David's!
t West. Palm Bench-A tract of land 'and' return a few days ago/ from Cape | "The Honda. legislature in 10'Jlappropriated '.
and a second on February 28 of $200- between suitable vehicle for hlulinllfl' crackers I (City and that he dan found riot only
the new inlet and the old inlet i' Girurdouii, illo. McNcoly, escaped from / IIfly thousand ,dollar
j 000) for construction of two bridgesover burglars and pickpockets than a wall twenty-seven foot thick whichhe
running! from Lake Worth to the the stilt fur in last November III on for I iho propagation and 1 cultivation ,
New River, one at East; avenue Atlantic the patrol is, in the substance the 1 has traced, fur 200 yards, hut also I
has been or Fi.sli CommissionerHodges .
oct'all. purchased by automobile. ho was made oyster.Shell:
and the other west of the railroad in New declaration of Chief of netel'tiJOl' repairing a itmgmllrcnt tower, the Tower of I
York interests for a consideration his way westward trading cars ..n says that, under this appropriation -
the neighborhood of Coke Carter who has instructed his men He confident thnt ho himdiscovered
avenue. I a\nl. i t
I said to be $2,000,000 it is an- >! the way, and f linall.was. picked up utCupc one. hundred, and seventy-
to "shoot first and ask afterward wall of
questions ,
I the real Jehu.slto I
Clearwater. C. Stampte, em- nounced here. The purchasers will, it iiriiiileau and returned to Itui- live thousand barrels of oysters havo
and if shoot to when
is. said, develop/ the for necessary the rOl'tVlm'lI was alumling been 1 lie shut ,
ployee of the PincHes Lumber Company property purposes ford J.uhlutuI'dny; hu and sewn planted stales during
1 kill, in an effort to rid the city of"the David 1 took it 1,01)0) U. C. Along with
: St., Petersburg! driver of the of high class dwellings largely ot'lIfl"l'rl1ckl'I'H seven oilier prisoners wero started the .present. year oyster planting will
annual fair-time invasion
of
the out to the light day
bringing
truck which run over and, killed Rob homes of yachtsmen. The land adjoins toward the .state road camp 'jy: :, near : i bo carried, on even morn extensively. 1
burglars and I pickpocket of these, things I that hnvo' heen huiioil
that frcclion of the inlet thai "The triiublu. that all the facilities
ert Johnson, 12-year-old negro boy promises t'ottomlulc, and McNcely!: and L. O.Webb m
that
Chief Carter stated "woare bit of
for come 'this modernity,
was" lodued in the county jnil and will deep water for ocean wing vessels it left the party ill River J 111"- ages for dredging' oysters. and catching f

be held for court on a charge of manslaughter is stated, making it adaptable for going to treat 'em rough. A num- lion,, acioKlmg! lo information received that motor trallic\ has so increased in salt water. fish ire in hands and under -
her of and robberies have
hold-ups 1'111 "11111' that the iiiiinu'ipul ( -
,I it was stated at the haute sites for ocean yacht owners. I II II I toduy ul the stule prison ollleu.i < government the control of syndicate! antiutonnpolit's.
j, been reported hero and in nearby of Jentsiilem" alas l been obliged to
: :
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I II :.Small denIurn have been
sheriff's office i Webb hud j just been 1''l'ln.,1 ut tilt ,,
I I.akelnnl--To meet the increasing cities during the last few days. tike steps tll, stop driving. reckless 1
I !I stute Loral and till prison aulhontic.s'have driven out and Individuals hnvo no
,demand! for more schools made by I in the si i eels, and bus. forbidden also
Willis I' how II. The
Tnllnhnscc--Compton at of Florida
hervInt I I I Jacksonville weighing machine not yet received his commitment mu people
I the steadily growing population, the I the Mush) honking of horns, which ismlmatxt'I'uI
fifteen from Duval county I' their in for .
; years 1 ordered four months ago by the county papers. pay money" taxes! tho encouragement -
for robbery, Lou Men Woodward ten Lukoland Sub-school district will vote commissioners to check on I' in people who until recently of these Industries and
in special improvement bonds in the up 'J'lIl1l1husscoJorlda I have lived In medieval quietness* ''
from Citrus for criminal Automobile then high fur the
\\f.i years county heavy trucks using the now county pay prices sea
attack and Walter Smith, five years sum of $200,000 on March 10, which highway, arrived at the office of Col. Association added Its protest to --- -- foods they put on their tables. Fish I

from St. Lucle county for breakingand amount will be expended in the erection -':i William LeFils county purchasingagent. those being received by Governor A FINK IKIIUJTE TO and oysters mire Iwo or three times as

entering escaped from the road '' of two more grammar schools I II The machine a small object Martin against the three two cents WOMANHOODKnglund\ ( costly now as they were ten years
'and a site for u Central High School.'I boosts in the of "
Camp at Highland, Clay county last will be carried In the sidecar<< of one price gasolineinadii : has many !great temples. "go.
fP Tuesday the prison authorities were If approved, this will give Lakeland of the motorcycles of county road during the lust three weeks. In nI The Liverpool cathedral IH the new- '' -__

advised/! Wednesday. !I five grammar school buidings, which i i patrolmen who will halt trucks appearing I telegram tinted. Orlando' and uddruxHeil est. and some declare! the greatest of FOR HEALTH AM LU.NU LICIT i
should I
take care of the city's needs < to till goxvrnur, the UBsocialion
to heavier load than then, In thing at least it Is
carry a j one
Tampu-An unidentified man and for some time to come. :, ,,1t'IIred.ulwithhtulldIllK, / gasoline ulll-j I
allowed and! weigh their load on the and that is its HO culled "
Reed I que The JupniicHe havo ten rules for i
woman kidnapped Joseph L. I II i iI production in I the United Stales during -
third two year old son of J. (L. Reed, I Kissimmee! -It's going to be tougher |'1 Arul. The patrolmen have power of December broke all roc01 window, It is a tribute to woman- longevity which 1 they obey with 11HcriipiiloUHMi'HH '
arrest and tho commissioners have previous hood. Thu 'figures in it are not angelic
threatening on bootleggers in Usccola county at least to
Jr., Tampa undertaker after "ds and domestic showed equal our
the negro nurse who was, attend 'In tho future. The board of county instructed them to assert this authority 'i u decrease, of H consumption November but human. They arc not ideal, but obedience of the ten Commandments,
commissioners have voted allow in case of violations. The law per cent over (i I real. All sorts 1111,1 conditions, of wo- I
ing the child in the front. yard The to retail gasoline prices in this one of which, at leant' Is given as a I

pair escaped in an automobile. Reed Sheriff Farmer an extra fee of $10 applying to weights Is tho same ns 'and' other Florida cities 'have been udvanccd I' men ark there gueon Victoria baR a never failing recipe! for long life

and his wife have been separated a for every still he brings in. The sheriff I'!the stale law.KissimmeeThe. 'M cent within the place' but m> hits Kitty Wikmson, the While the ten CommnmlmentH: litany

year and he told authorities'' ho believed appeared' before the board and ex- ', board '| few weeks.per A deluge of frommotorists past washerwoman who in an epidemic of locality/ wo think most of us j
of countycommissioners protests
ed she took the child. She ill said to plained thai several Florida counties cholera washed the lied" clothing of here would like to eliminate from tho

be living in Jacksonville. | were allowing the sheriffs a specialfee of Osccoln county actuate our appealing to her sick 1IIJlhl.lo1'IIII"IlIes8/ of tho ten rules of the Jununoiio the two
want accounting with the road and you for uttiiin, us wu !oolu..surld J
in the enforcement of the prohibitlon i iin you I i[I I ink, to herself., The scroll attached to' which counsel thick woolen underwear
r St. Pl.ter"burK-The Tnmiuml Trail : laws. the bridge/ trustees of :St.' Cloud. At tho will see fit to take I I her renils. all/ of tho
At sumo time the sheriff I __ 10 poor helpers and daily hot baths. Thu remaining.
Association will soon issue a call for presented n bill for $://11 fur live stills 'January meeting they demanded a Tallahii.sieHards. surfacing work'''' poor." Another 'figure mmeinorules eight' are IIH follows:

its second annual convention which ho had already! brought in, which was full and complete report for the February has been completed mi the Wuycrjui' 'p.'lizabelh; Fry and all pitiful women," I. Spend ilK much time us possible 1
The have submitted .
probably will be held here during the allowed. session. Trustees another "SuHiinnuh and all
road between, Jacksonville. and the :>tMllry's Wesley! out of doors.J. .
second l week of March. The success I a financial report, but failed devoted mothers another
Itivi-r unij "Chrl..tiru'l Eat: meat
I is now i.pen for only onco a day.
'' Kissimmee-The biggest Improvement | to file cancelled coupons and bonds
which has followed the IIssol'lutlon'sell'ol.t public Kosctti and nil sweet singers, UI1tJtht'r -
truffle, Governor Martin( wits informed 3.: Sleep/ at least six hours and
during the past ax mapped, program ever inaugurated County Prosecutor Pat Johnston, ottorn'y "(Jrace Darling and all ,|
year by J. I.. 'rosup, chief state highway ,, courageous never more than seven and one-half.
the said the
board 'I
in for
out hy its convention which was held Kissimmee was decided upon nt. rl'p..rtlJidn't maidens; and another still is to i
engineer. This Hlretch of road Keep window have the
wits "I your open and I
he Insisted that
n mass meeting of citizens when the { mean anything;
In Fort Myers during March, 1U24: out of iht- projects about which the young missionary who give her room dnrk. "

Hives promise of a big convention at city commissioners wore authorized the bonds anil coupons be returned. governor inquired of the road! department ',, for Christ in (China, "Louisa Stewart I I. Dedicate one day of the week to
to order paving laid 37 Recently a New York bank complained -
St. Petersburg.St. on different ,', when In personally and the noblu army of martyrs." It iH. all that arounon
streets, making a total of about 10 I that bond payments had! not been appeared I anger
window of immense size and line
In lure tin iiii'mberM their a 5. Avoid ,excessive bruin work and
Peterbinir"ity' commissioner miles This in addition to the eight met when the bonds matured. The total ipnirtfrlymi I
Snyder han .1 ,I I't t That vigorous miles nt'paving which is just being I|'i amount of bonds is about $500,000. "i-ling" here soon after assuming oflu oncuplion, IIndttl.rll.'t" much alien- absolute' leisure.
I Hi told' lion from visitors. II. Widows.
theincmbeis and'
ul I that time widowers should
action lu tnki"n I> tli. city! authoritiesto completed, is expected to give Klssim- I ....
1.'Iburg-Dr. W. A. Mackenzie, th. ,it the i 'npie' of the state I nlnr'ry.
| weru
i I'AY'--
rh, k th. i inn' v.1.. e lh.it. has cost mee u greater number of hard surfaced i', 'I UK: TAXES WI5
1 I president II of the Business Men's Real ni ally t iriti'ifsled. in the 14'ayrrnxs-" -- 7. W0lkm Moderation.H. ,
--- streets than
of
city its size
.
ill Florida. any Kslate: Association of this city, nn- /.1'/ ksonville!! road 'because of its imp I (;tlln,': : I I
Night Coughing ,, Il1uun,''''( the sale of a large tract of tancuits nil avenno of entry into the United St i:b > s. 'he most. oIravagiinl \, -I Fort :Myirs PrnxH..

;\Iillml-Polke here were asked to 'unimproved acreuui )lying in this viI tin' stute, unit asked lima. ils loiiiplu- govi i tun -nl in eiuth. It is --- -

Stopped Quickly BySimplcTreatment aid in the recovery of $10,001)) worth ,i iof I .nnty of the big Government locks at fi" 11 bo eXI..dllt.1.1.. ).. Crusup/ told' the ''I Kiiid lo he n government' of the |pea I See+ t things ax you travel along, be-

jewelry: reported<<1 to hnve b..n''''M.- Itluff. in Marion: County, to M. v ernor that UK jolt, it, vi.iih, .'i eonilrimi ''I i pie, by the i people, curl, for the people' < IIUH I life I is u nbi'-way street.

-fulfil from" two winter retid.'nl" atj I I1 IF I :. Girmnn, of Daytona. for_ J2.0OHO.' -, |HI, ,.nut thai tit I ,,?, >|i.,p.utulnt I ', I and that., mils veM' catchy and nn, c"j i l
'
Thorlsahdr,, \.Lo_ ",. _tr', Irllllhl.t! which withierel.lI :lined Roach, a week niro. Point were i. Iii l liejri/i' layug. th. .I'ph.ilt "'iil'ucu1' I (tut how about it when,. the pi"uplirun, Try tilt! t to shako somo of tho old-

by "hlollll III t ? Inm 't ", rlndl Lmbl ran sl-'op n -ked<<1 to join private
them wpnk"I1"o'n thin,,t" ,1.! 0' ..'Imr' is Info eel l. tins.laYII. was soul, in nil inve-fixation .into the I,I "Uel/o VIJCrt ;/...dma d I n iu in ui-li, u inunni. .. tu i neoni !j' ,done .in the way: 'II' extra 1 .. iiMinie and I trying' to make an auto run on hay.

cnn gniek.e'! t I., la'| < v.."t thlj d tiger lleg"d robbery of the homes of 1';. I I.:. iJ; '"i.iciuo "n',i'fi' ,, Ihlu".h .1 V. IV siiniil-, tratim load,: 'JIltVIJo" -- -- ,
Thllll1al'W: : York' mannfui'Inn, ,'r, and arc spending money bond over list
'nt. 1', "110 who hate l irilly neon :AEIv; ItIV'islt To Cure a Cold In One D.
y
able to 1"I at all en r n.-ount of Mrs U I K.; Wondtrly"( itu n, of which,, 41.. ;> ; Slip a packsq.v In I and nobody dooms able or willing to T.. f.
AXAIIVIHKOMO' '
QUINISK ll.Wel.(
Ilr! h, fund they rim iu Kr i j' el, I la--: .icssrs Cry.I .. ) It
"p.l \ -
cough nor \ o ,
call halt. .
Wonaid! to hair( lost JUUUU( worth your pocket noRm 1 a yy. "}" Inuh' n"d' ll'Wlmliii ....1 w<,rt< ?uirih
.
sleep dliturbi-a tun oitcii vvhiilw thtlrst n yht,; thiotiifh tune thotf un- !'of various kinds of jewelry the night n,' 1"1. .u t.o! horn lonldhf t.,1 Ut, ''Si nn't, ) J. 1'. J.lndseys, of-,' .. y.'r I.KOVI s ,uiinluri- <.whr.i... We.
,.
lad mvilli visiud friend hero Sun- .
try it. .
of :
| January 80. ( --- -
Tho'treatment ts I baaed on a. re- i :y) da.
Dr. ; I I11 I year declared three hundred and four
tnnrk/vblo, proscription known on c'
Kmc, New Discovery for Couithn. : Orlunlo-Wlthnly! three hundred -. 01"11 ymin4eiersThia ."T' A ,,III,' Hodges of Sturke, million dollars In dividends to theirowners
You simply lake o teaspoonful at freezer cars available daily to move I whelesonr.lor,' ( I'ji".j" i I'' mines' here Sunday. I I11. I 666peeerpllen
and million .
fifty dollars intu"t.
nlBht before retiring, and It In / 41 1.s.hn1 'Meet for ,
;your throat for 15 or So' s,-conrlrl bo- Florida fruit and vegetables when pteaw7etndbeivfJ, i \ and Mrs. Lucy Johns motoredto .... They paid morn taxes than the

fore swallowing It without following six hundred are needed J. Curtis Bobmson '! "-'rr I St... h"- -IIttJrd.. .. I owners earned for themaelvea. And I 10 I / for

tin* with a double nntur.action Tliu It pr< nut ncrlitlon only secretory-manager of the r 1 I \fr.( .mil, \lr". Vance" Russ of with individual I taxpayers, the burdenis I (;altIs.
soothes and heals. ."r neH and Irritation Growers and Shippers' League hai i were visitors here Saturdll) I, aches, ConstiputInn.I nisiouts iee..
orOUk-1 just about in the
but It quickly 100sP'18 and Same proportion.Federal i .. ....
issued an bulletin Vi. a ymiVnrr I < asey Atkinson visited It I. Iho meet .d, od, .e .
removes' the phlegm and congi'itlon emergency calling taxes state taxes city taxes _.
which are the direct. c"nu of the vegetable shippers for the zincking onr when 1: .1/.11 kxonville Sunday. -- --- -
upon n.,1i and school district taxes. Yet we | lo Stop a Cough Quick
roughlnir. The result la you usuallysleep work drags, iliA J ( jfl I go I ,
soundly the very first night i! week or ten days to hold down to a jrtvtlira frrik.serf. Miss( Kmellfc; Parker has gone toy'on Incurring: morn debts, issuing mom
and the entire cough condition goad minimum their demand for empty carst I 1'.> luhasse to attend school. I II II bonds fete \HAYES HKALING: HONEY a
la short tlmi creating more offices and indulging cough meilli'ttm which the cough >>y
a very I I stops
The prescription I Is highly I recommended t in order that some citrus may also boI I:. A. Sapp made n business trip tot in all manner of extravagance. healing tho Inflamed and /Irritated tissuii
for couch. fh"it cold, I shipped. This bulletin follows the conference irke Saturday.\ I I;
hoaropnons. and I i' nrMtls, and it I I Heaven help us. A box of GROVE'S; O-PEN-TRATE
wonderful for i-'ill' l I-, r. s i 'ugh-an.Irpn here of shippers from nil '! wILEtflinNPrJrareo I nrrol Atkinson has gone to WaiI -' SALVE; for Chest Colds HeRd Code and

imnh'ml',: 'it frt'u' ,!':-as no ti.i h irmful|,..' \\m drutftt.i.rconi only" parts of the state.SanfordThough. I'| I 'I where he has a position with the TIIK COSf OK KISli( Croup: U rnrlowd) with every bottle of

one I. ."1' 'nful. .\t.L1t good drug- board railway. A Nil OYSTERS: IIAYKS': IIKAU.Nr: ; /HONEY The salva
.,.''ot.. Ask for i celery shipments ] I Marion Moody was a visitor to should l I.., rubbed on the chest and throat
fromSanford have been badly hampered / .irko Saturday. St. Petersburg Times:-Tho Gaines of children suffering. from a Gold or Croup.

1 by flood conditions in Georgia :Mr. and Mrs Joe Hodgei and chil- ville Sun makes thcso very pertinent The ltr.in4| ..If".t II......' Hnillnil lloiwy 10-

,'"millions, are now approaching normal drn wero visitor to Starke Satur remarks upon a subject that is close: .I.I.th.tAnsrtremldnelwith..._'.( l'pn.r.t" Salvn ihruuilh the hesiipe.ta.tof the pupa at

DISCOVERY anil, those closely connected with to St. Petersburg people ai well a* tin "kln ntuilhIftiih .
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r0 day.Mr. paiii i| In one 'carton tncnm
Fda the industry declare that general prospect and Mrs Jeff Dub have mov- to others In Florida who are not so of the cumbar" ineinwot U 99c. ,

are now as bright ai they ever / Ml I to Lawtey where they have em- close to the fish supply: Just ask your druggist for tlA YES'I I

have been in the history of Sanford. "It used to be said that whatever If" 'ND JiII"'V. .
ployment.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1925.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELE; GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA -_.- ._- -- --- -- -- -
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BKOOKERBrooker 1 I i IF YOU HMVEM
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WA1NWK1GI1T |
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.. _. ---- ducting an interesting' musical contest :MRS EMMA .
-- .Uri .Pil i.SlekH...d.ch .r <>.ti- 1
---- in the sixth, seventh and eighth Wainwright who lived Feb. 13-L. L. Morgan' Bowel.. Dumb, Aitu.. Sour Stonier.
und the enthuiaam Mrs.'' Emma attending. to I and Bttlchinm' your food doc not
grades, is arousing
Ci.a..1. and Guy Long were
.
I r in Brudfi.nl, County fur fifty-seven I .aeIeilete. you fa v no ppatitu
and interest of the public in the business in Starke Wednesday.Mr. .
1025
I i music of the great composers, carrying years! died in Stnrku February 3, of was attending 'e
attended by a Terry, Lawtey T
and her funeral was
\.. g:>c.elyI out the slogan of the musical organizations large number of children, grundchil- to biiHiness here Thursday. I I Pills!

: everywhere, "Make Good lien and lends. Thu deceased contracted Jim Kickliter, Jr., of Starke, was will nm tbu
Music Popular, and Popular Music influenza and this malady attending business here Friday. I I : --
il Good." But Mrs. Wall, by herself cannot caused her George Byrd was ifi Starke Friday. were visiting here Sunday
I I __ ml I.H, carry on this splendid l work. She supci'induced by old age I1'ho | Mrs John Shriven' was visiting In''1 Guy Long spent the weekend in
4J J U death.
i 11! IJhUlH'M! n --- .---. must have the cooperation and help funeral was conducted from the Starkc Tuesday. I.I I Jacksonville
-- I of the entire community. The proper February 4th, I J. R. Eddlngs, of Gainesville was I C. F. Hoover, of Sta..keVII" attending -
2:30 in.,
residence at :
Edwards p.
: BKOWN-PEKKY:( and n black lace scarf; Mrs. I' attitude and assistance of every parent Kiekliter ollleiating. A attending to business here Wednes j to business here Friday
l r nod Mi -. Struth each wore black canton and teacher is necessary for the Rev. L. W. of Mrs. A. E. Wall, day. I Ralph Hazen, of Cedar Keys, wa
relative hum have ivceivvd Imi'hcd with lace. school music. choir composed finished hero visiting his pnrent, Mr. and.
I Friends and & uu'i'u success of public Miss Hilda :Mruth L. G. Powell, J. F, G. W. Hazcn has almost
'I thu following invitation: "Mr. : fl.e .slau; was decorated to repre- 1 By request tho Aeolian Chorus gave und John Powell sang several his new home here. He moved into it Mrs.. G. W. Hazen this week.

i i and MfU.. T. ferry request' tho hOU-1 l'It a woodland scene, cedar boughs two beautiful numbers, with Mrs. A. Kuklitor comforting hymn.i. The Interment last Wednesday ,I I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and 1 daughters.

; I or of your presence nt the and quantities of yellow jessamine' E. Wall, leader, and Mrs.' D. C. Jones took in Crosby cemetery, Gene Molt was attending to business of Starke were visiting here Sunday.
Edith Delia, to Mr. I II used effectively.( Missed Virginia place I.onWI18 attending to bii'o'n i
: of their daunhtei, being accompanist. I IMri. I sons and'' in Starke Wednesday | E. C. -
and the pallbearers were
I I il Harold S. Brown, on the evening of Weeks, Harriet Hitch, !Mutt I I E. M. Johns read a fine dis- grandsons of the deceased, namely : ,, Rev Kelly filled his regular appointment <"'s in Starke Monday.
.(! Thursday, February twelfth nineteen :SLurnberg and Hazel Middleton were cUM lon on "Music in the Motion Picture N. D. Wainwright N. S. Walnwrlght at Shady Grove Sunday. I II. P. Gaincy, II. Shaw were attend

'j I I hundred and twe ;,-fve, at eight costumed an gypsy maiduna, und were tho Shows." i 1, W. C. Wuinwriyht, T. L. Wainwright, i Clyde Kelley and Lyon Crosby ing to business in Starke Friday


1'1 l o'clock at the First Presbyterian" waiting in the woodland for 'I Ito | The chorus was again enjoyed. W. M. Wainwright, and W. E. Kite. spent Sunday evening at New River. ---Earl: -Chester' -- Edawarda-

church, font City, Florida,, bride tv-be. Miss Alice Tharin bowed ', At the close of the program a social Mrs. Wainwright was born in NUBsau -:, Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Memory; of -
Mr.\ Brown formerly lived in !Starke' Mica Hilda Stfuth and said, hour enjoyed and refreshments -
I i was
county, Florida February 21 business visitor here Tuesday. A precious one from us is gone,
i and his numerous friends here join "Spring has come-Winter I Is no I of coffee and sandwiches served. |I II 1843 and at the time of her death I Mrs Ellis Clummons is very ill at A voice we loved is stilled,

the Telegraph in extending congratulations I more, fair lady I I OIUL SCOUTS HAVE I was eighty-two years uf. age. She was this writing. We wish her a speedy A place Is vacant in our\ home

i Come with me, I'.tRTYEliso married to Mr. Ned Wainwright, recovery. 1! Which never can be filled.,
::
VALKNTINK/
and Mrs. I,
22d, Mr. And the woods we'll explore. I
After February February 1U, 1857, and to this union I Mr. Drawdy of LaCrosse, was attending i We miss thee from our home dear
Morrell on
Brown will be at home at 502 After seating the honor guest Jones entertained the members was born fifteen children, twelve of to business here Monday.V. Chester

, itreet, Sarasota Fia. -- the stage Miss Florence Love Matthews Song"i of the Girl Scouts in her home 'I whom arc living, namely: N. D. Wainwright Hazen was attending .to business W" miss thee from thy place.A .
I sweetly sang "A Gypsy l afternoon. I I ; in Starke Monday. t life is cast
MISS W'ELLKIlTlOsTESS: TO and accompanied -, Monday Starko; W. I; Wainwright sh'idow: oVr our ,
I I FRIDAY AFTERNOON:! CLUB by Harry B Mr. Smith. DeWltt C.was Jones. The' Much interest was shown In a cross 1 Plant City; N. S. Wainwright, Moore Mr.' and Mrs. Adams, of Starke |I We miss the sunshine of thy fnce,

I by with basket- word puzzle which when solved gavo <: Haven; W. C. Wainwright, Tampa; I | Oi>i* home is dark without thee;
Mill Mablu Weller delightfully entertained gypsy girls then bride-to-be came und after tho laws of the Girl Scouts. i T. L. Wainwright Lnwtey; Mrs\ M. Breakfast bacon id fat meat that 'I mHs thee everywhere.
the I'I''e
the Friday Afternoon of gifts for silver and Another feature of the afternoon E. Kite, Orange Heights; Mrs. W. M. got into society. I The Family.
the linen !
Bridge' Club at her home on North she had inspected to the was the piercing of a large red heart Peek Dundee, 11188.Irs.;_ _:Alice.Langford .
Cherry atre,=t. The (flowers used for .cut glass the gifts were passed for fortunes. which heart contained. Alachua! ; Mrs. Meada |

I I decorating tho attractive rooms were I II audience. Mitchell charmingly I'I The decorations were suggestive of'''1 Hodges, Starke; Mrs. J. T. Lipham,, J If..Ill JIilt1t1DIJJtCI'tI'IGt: ) ii l II t:!fXTGPPtlP'/ ,I"j/'TMtI1JiY1flC1fI'If1I:1rf) rt :TJ:; 't

'y;, large red and white japonicas In Miss Lucile "The the valentine season.. Keysville; Mrs. W. N. Armor, Atlanta I
and
1 "Modern Romance"
baskets. | recited At six o'clock a salad course with Palm lih fJ
II bowls and | Ga.; S. K. Wainwright,
I : Mrs. H. II. Young won first prize Style" Mrs. U. J. Savis: sweetly sang sandwiches' and hot chocolate were'' Beach. .. ?
Cadman, accompanied i
Dawning" by '
and was given silver salt- and pepperI" "At served. In November, 1887, Mrs. Wuin- I
after I a Il Ir If
Mrs.' E. K. Perryman, __ "
by
G. M. Inman received <1
I fthukers, while Mrs. wright und family moved to Bradford ll a"-IT
i which MISH Ethel Griffin gave a brilliant -II.tMIPTON I / I I '
the consolation prize. i County, and for the past fifty- : it ll llglffr
.1 nolo. i
I The hostess nerved delicious fruit piano Hampton Feb. 13W. B. Alexan- seven years she resided in this coun- Ill
assisted by the gypsy r
The hostess,
{ salad and whipped cream, olives, visitorin where she has raised her childrento 'ri' "!
i 1 :, I iris, Misses Virginia Weeks, Harriet dcr, who has been a business ty { I 1
t and hot chocolate. ; his become citizens. Mrs.Wainwright .
saltine Stcrnberg and Hazel Mid- Milwaukee, Wis., returned to prominent
Ruth I{
i ''f Club member present were: Mesdames -, stitch delicious home-made home hero this week. lie reports! a'' ; was a widow for many ,II II
I served ,
( : \ Edward Burns O. L. Densley, cake dleton and white brick cream centeredby pleasant trip, but was glad to /got buck 'I years, her husband' having passed I!

:": 12. M. Johns, N. Stcrnberg, F. L. Turn red heart. A small boquet of to sunny Florida. ', away March 18, 1'JOO.'( In 1872 the deceased -
U. Inman, S. L. Peek, Missel I If' a 'I' united with the churchof
f' ', er, M. sweet and ferns was given Mr. and Mrs. Turner and daughter, Baptist .
Alice Tharin Ailcon Alvarez. Invited pens valentine '' Miss Caroline Turner, of Lawtey, which she was a faithful member i I
Mrs. 11. 11. Young, Miss Grace ouch guest, and a tiny Children of the who r ,
guests: | the individual plates. were guests of friends and relatives deceased attended -
, I Graham, of ICinlunton: I'a. was placed on over here lust Saturday. i I the funeral were: N. D., N. S., '
MH| Aileen Alvarez presided
---- ,1 1 Mrs.' Elsie Sparkmun, who has been ,, W. C. and T. L. Wainwright, Mrs. M. ': jji
r ;: C. :MEKTINO1'ho :' the punch bowl, which was surrounded
OP
C.
I by the graceful yellow jas-I'I the guest of relatives in Jacksonville E. Kite, :Mrs. Alice Langford Mrs. I J. I

I"' Uuby Davis Chapter C. of C., I I Ii amino vine.Among I 1 I for the past two weeks, returned to Meada lodge, Mrs.' J. T. Lipham, > :
at I 1 1 I'and Mrs. W. N. Armour out of town '
met Saturday afternoon at 2:30: the out of town guests her home here last Sunday. ;
I i! I the home of Mrs. George C. White, I I Ii I Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville .! Lynn Alexander. und family, of grandchildren: W. M. Wainwright, of
were:
i director for tho chapter. I Ir I Mrs .!. T. !Moore and Mrs. L. H. I Waldo were the guests of hid brother Tallahassee, Mrs T. D. Clark of .1111

i J. I Eighteen: young people were present I I Hill,;of I.awtey; Mrs.' Max Wimberly, W. U. Alexander last Sunday. |i iI Jacksonville, Mrs. Thomas of Pulatka' l
:
I and there were four applications ,' of Juckxonville.FERRUAKY i Miss Virginia Dobbs was shopping, Wash Kite, of Waldo, Mrs. Wilkinson, i'
'
I .1 I :.. for membership, namely: Sinclair :I' -. --- I I in Starke last Tuesday.Mr. I II |i of Ocala Mrs C. C. Hlgglnbotham, :

\ I I'eek, Jr.. Dorothy White Lillian : \1J-ETINn: : '. Claude and Marcus: May leit'riday of Gainesville Maurice Langford, :
; Stump and Frances Leo I'eek. (I'" WOMAN'S: CLUB I for Ohio where they will of Gainesville. f

; V I,, Tho director has arranged a course spend thu remainder of the winter. i iI | Out of town friends attending the
\ of historical study for tho chapter The February meeting of the i Miss Gladys Green, who has: been funeral: Mr.' and Mrs. H. C. Peeples, ] :. Distance is r.o handicap to efficient banking, as

y and the members are enthusiastic Starke Woman's Club was held Wed- attending school in Hawthorne, re I I I Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown, of Worthington has been conclusively demonstrated by depositors: now
over the work. nesday afternoon at the club house, turned to her home here last Friday. i, Springs; Mrs' Munson Ed- ,
The children enjoyed a social half Mrs. J. It, hitch, the president pre- Misses! Bessie and Reba Maxwellhad ,, wards and daughter, of Center Hill; I' far removed from Starke.

4. hour, at which time the hostess served siding, nnt'the program in charge of as their guest this week Miss ,l Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. '
Ice cream cones.PlIOWKUlOIl the music deportment of the club, of Loreno Llruwdey, of Jacksonville, but Hague and Mrs.! Turner of Alachua. 9 Personally knowing the officers of an institution

f (r In. : which Mrs. D. E. Knight is chalnrmn. formerly from our town. I The floral offerings were many and and a confidence in their judgement makes it both
{ 'I! : :MUJiTglltUTII: The meeting wan called to order by Mrs. J.P. Sullivan: Is having her very beautiful.
, S Mrs. Ititi-h, the collect was read by all desirable and consider this of
profitable to
. 'premises on (Church' street repaired I means.
I A pretty event of Saturday afternoon nier,iheri, and then followed by the and improved this week. i CARD 7))> TIf.JliIi'SWe >I
j the miscellaneous shower Mrs. I;;. M. banking. '
was
I reading of the minutes by
I D. W. Moore, of Thervssa, was
I Mrs. E. ; tho chindren of Mrs. Emma
,
at the club house by the
gluon > given by
( Johns. Reports wer. this. week.
here
M. Johns for Miss Hilda Struth treasurer, chairmen of tho mu..l. transacting business who has been Wainwright wish to extend our We give<< prompt attention to such accounts. We
Earl Vim Alstine
,
\ Mr. Laurie Edwards thanks to those who so kindly remembered I
whose marriage to Miss
house and school committees solicit business and satisfac
for several months in South! Florida, in We your guarantee complete
us especially
Thursdayevening our1'0V. :
will take !place on asked that
:Mablp 1 Weller treasurer, 1
i vimteil friends hero last Monday. thank Dr. Parks/ for his untiring efforts tion. Our investment and bond service is ''II
t the llHh inst. all club dues. be paid by !March fat, I' Mrs. W. D. Roper had ns her guest I conservative -
Mrs. T. J. Griflin greeted the guests meet to relieve her sufferings; and to r
I those not paying by tho April | and and sound. Write
ofI
'., this week her cousin, Miss Colson, Mrs II. L. Rrownlec for her loving us.
\ j nt the library door and they wero received ing will have their names dropped Gainesville. |

I in the auditorium by Mrs. from the club roll. 'I Frank Adams, who hii* been visiting service. I

I ?, Johns, thu hoitOHH Miss Struth Edwards the Mrs.' II. II. Young presented the his son, Ira Adams: of Fairbanks, I __ _Sons_ and Daughters. -
M. K.
; guest of honor, Mrs club with a mirror. I returned to his home here (last Friday.i : LAKE BUTLER
l
IJV Mrs. W. II. Struth. Mm. Griilin federation I
and Tho report on the trt-county ofStarke
i and Mrs. W. E. Midjletun,
was hiindsnmu, in a gown of black was. interestingly given by !Mrs. were guests at the home of I Lake Butler, Feb. 13-Mr. and Mrs. I II Bradford County Bank

I I I .1 satin; Mrs. Johns wore n striped .L. A. Davis. W. I). Alexander last Sunday., A. T. Hale arrived this week from I

"t' green and cream dress of silk Chill- Mrs. Retch, president, thanked Miss Rev Hicks filled his regular appointment New York City, motoring through:
font crepe; Miss Struth was gowned I Aileen Alvarez and the members of at the liaptist. church here and are the guests of Mrs. Onie Pons, I Bradford County' Financial Stronghold

in green' georgette over silver cloth, I the Junior Club for tho work they are last Sunday morning and evening.. The mother of Mrs Hale. j,
:
Established
I silver slippers> 1883
she|
with which \\iie the of '
JI'' poinsettias on the! school grounds.The "Christian Democracy," and for tho Center Hill visiting friend.. |I I STARKE, FLA. a I

O=: : OtQo.-0=0=: 0g following mutton by Mrs.' J. I.. evening service he used the subject Mrs.[ t'. D. Addison and son, Lowel, II(

0i Peek, chairman of lieu:!e committee, Dues God Hear?" Both were beautifully of Jacksonville, are the guests of I IIJDJDI'.JIJmmcj'mLlf': if 5.Hue W f'JIJfIC' RSCn.aH 1t1Jf1fJIXJCl!:: j ., III.',
el wa< made and accepted: rendered. Many homelike illustrations !Mrs. W. E. Roberts, mother : '
"In vn \\' of the fact that ue have were used, which reached Addison. of11'11'1
club house, ,oo.: :: ----.oQo.-000'-000Sa
no .i.llllt"i service at the 19=30
i i'ept for the rest room and such the entire audience. I Mrs. II. S. Powell, of Conway, S. C., O

Iwoik" 1 111 the club house as window, I I :Miscellaneous- -- -Shower is visiting here sister-in-law, Mrs. A. D
T. Mizell and Mrs. Powell is
niching, sweeping walls, washing' A miscellaneous shower! was given family. o HORSES
,, that all club mem-' 3rd a trained nurse, graduated in Charleston -
,0 1 \\tuidwnrk, we ask on Tuesday afternoon, February ,
l a, U p po IMMS and others. having the use of the lit the city hall in honor of Mrs. S. C. I

dub house, leave it in perfect order Claude r.. May, a recent bride who Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regular o
-\\rpt ,dusted all articles put into' before her marriage was Miss Evelyn appointment! at the Christian and a

; place, trash put in yard container, all' Florence Jones, of this city. church Sunday. The house was filled o
o
Inn l'owl'lI property returned, light 1 About thirty guests were presentat at both -erivees.
out, doors. and windows locked." this charming affair. The numerous Miss Kate Epperson of Alachua is I U MULES

:Hrs." I.. A Davis. asked: and wuclen "1 gifts for the bride were arranged I visiting relatives in Lake Butler. o

[ 0 :: permission to have an extn'1 on a large table. Upon the honoree's i Miss Lulu Scarborough who is attending !

0 / DI meeting of the club in !March to peon t entrance she was immediately blindfolded -. the State College for Women
< w Of. ? 0r a legislation program. Mrs. O. LHwisley and led to her scat beside the i 1 at Tallahassee, is home visiting her o
U A. Davis wet Mr. and !Mrs J. II. Scar-
FJ : and JJrs. | !gift ladened table. The guests were parents a
I I nounm.tod as delegates to uttem 1 seated in a semicircle fashion, where borough. !I u o

i lie sectional meeting in FernundlmI all could see the beautiful .silver cut; John Langford, LeRoy Mize.ll: Walter n i New Shipment Just Received---

"I March :3rd. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman amMrs. glass, china and exqusiiL linen,, Knight and Hughes Register of

D. K. Knight were selected a'* which were tokens of the bride's popu. Gainesville are visiting relatives here

I I'D Concrete Work alternates. larity. Witty and original verses. accompanied .. this week. Come Early and Get Your Picko
0 o :Mix.. J. II. Ritch and Mrs. '1'. JGriffln many of those nemembr; Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke,
I pledged $10 each to the rlul' anctand were read by MrRnj, r passed through here Sunday enroute O

I f n of all Kinds n II and Mrs N. D. Wainwright paid hei r OiU, | >;y. After the grateful acknow,. to St. Petersburg. 0

I, i ;>le.l"t: of. $10. lodgements. of the gifts had beer i Thomas Proctor of Starkc, was u o
The name: of :Mrs. T. S. William:* nude a delicious course of hot chocoL .. visitor here Sunday.

& SuppliesThi was: iu\eptcd for membership 1n th<. late and sandwiches were served bj," Teailur- examination was held o

; :3 o nI 'lub. This: concluded the bushiest sesion Mil I +. J. .... John
) : U[J .. u J and tho rest of the meeting wa* David Dyal and Miss Wilnuc i :Miss Willie :Mae Johnson, who is
I is the ane' of stum1, made
0 g given' over to the music departmen Alexander. attending! the Ocala High school spent ,
I so by the wider and \\ "uler use
I tai der Mm. Knight. The bride was attractively )gownei t the week-end with her mother. FLA.
of l'ollcrl.'h'111'11 you; ant lei- Mrs. A. E. Wall gave a very inter* in hluek satin backed crepe, with ac,. Mis Ethel Raulerson, of McCleony oa

y 1. pate repairs think ned building this eating. talk on music inha publl\ c i cessories to match. At the close 6:f spent the wee-end with her parents 8eo. 'QJ: c.--oe'3o= ..oeo XOdCJ.
io of I
year i-om-reto'1 con
I "i-hools. She stressed the fact that si? |, this delightful! affair Mrs. May r*. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Raulerson.
\ I t atrll'llI111111 its lusting 1111II1i. few people realise the value an,a ceived hearty congratulations amJ ] A ion was born to Mr. and Mrs. T.

I 0 ties O funotio.i of public school music. It i be.s, wishes from her friends. ,1\1. P.iherd last Sunday. 'o
D [D] .J _______ ,
I : to teach children to appreciate am i -
o Walk.-t'I'Mrll-l1tf'p.Fence o understand :good music and to be abl.a .... When\ the worm turns it doesn't always Hampton, were visiting;; his relatives R. DAVIS & CO.
in 111 111I
I Midway Sunday. ,
to ".rllt in choruses. The study ani.d turn Into a butterfly
and Wall of all hind Roy Taylor left this week for
II teaclunof music has been neglectei.II -----
have lagged behim.il'i The only hunter who trails rac<. Jacksonville to finish his course in !
America
f in ; we
Wv
.prunli.u' in concretework
tracks is fortune hunter. INSURANCEAGENCY
We
and a barbering. hope him much suc
ii 1,1 I ''icit, your Job by other countries in this are jus t -. I ,
a I cfriitninff to realize the true value o* aHtiliai cess.
the hour ifiunder
contract. IIII I
o 0 i Frank Chancry made his return
music In our IIl'hoola.h..lc: i.s an ana ,1
language, a science, it is all embracing M'-. and Mrs. Mallery Thomas am J from Jacksonville where he had. been ESTABLISHED 1886

Quigley & Davis and must: be studied as such will 11 family of Starke, spent Sunday wit;II taking a medical treatment. !

the eye, ear, and mind. his sister, Mr*. Tom Chancey.Mr. | Price Dukes and J. C. Denison went II STARKE FLA.'ff" i
Evel''Orp"we! what tpl ndi,tf Pcrvis Lewis, of Starke, pen t to the Springs Saturday afternoon. .
: b Starkc ii work M. Wall has d ire in placini! ,if urJay with his sister, Mrt. J. 0 i. Mr. Doris Cole ia very sick at this JI JI0

u \\I In"tac ,n Stark- school, both las t Denison. time. We hope he will soon be well a

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1923. BRADFORD COUNT\ TELEGRAPH STAKKE. 1 LORI DA
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!Mrs. Max Wimberly of Jackson | Frank '
Pumeroj, of the
) I -I University I Our line of be
to taken
new Spring merchandise to Jacksonillo for trcatnumt.
'llle recent of her of -
'
I v was a guest parents Flomla, spent Sunday with Mr. York .
in New
purchased ,
I !Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Green and Mis.\ J, M. Mitchell. i
o o I __ :... __ arriving dolly at Stump's.cougressnuuhelect .
: Bits of LocalInformation 0.. non.Z.. Adkins is in Sarasota' !Mr. and l Mrs; F. A. Scott, !Mr. and I I Mrs, A. Z. Adkins and Miss Mnbel!

I I this week looking after business interests ,i Mis. J. 1'. Qmuley, me visiting in Or- : R. A. Given nd- i, ; dnys of hturko,guests ( >(-\'-
diessud the Ninth Florida Social herv- cral in Tampa of Mrs. W.
mood and UP
Lund this\
-' : week. I lice Confluence lit the State Farm I U. Harvard and Miss Jeanette SimI -
I ; I | Wednesday afternoon. This session I mons. Mis. Adklns and Miss\ Gdnwrds
Concerning Our People Business and ... New line of llenInd boys'caps Mrs E. L. Biggs and little son, {'
,, was largely attended by members will remain in the Tobacco City until,
at .
Progres of the County and Town. ) I Sternberg's.Miss 'I her Leslie sister, spent, Mrs.Sunday Oliver.in Baldwin with : the from state Gainesville and other points in after Daily tho Sun.Coronation ball.-Gainesville -

Graco Graham, of Emlenton .- --- .
-- lj i Pa., is the guest of Miss", Mable Wel- I Paul E. Canova, Sr., and Paul E. I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and MAlt LEE ALLENThe
Irr, on North Cherry street. ,i Jr., spent tho first of the week on ui son, Billie G., of Hastings, spent the -
G. M. Inman spent this week in O. P. Carpenter motored to Gaines- I i business trip in South Dot i icla.
Mile I : i week-ond with Mis. Yc'lvington'a pt"- funeral of Mao Lee Allen, tho
business. .
South Florida on Friday evening. ...
... Crates and cups-Hampers! We rents, Judge and. Mrs. ion A Gardiner l.'i-munths-olii; daughter of Mr. and
Western pork at Variety-Market. The-beet in fresh meats carried- at have the room and have the &,oods.IIull's .I HelutlCul:: line of Spring: drca- Mr. Yvlvlnirton reports the po- and Mrs, H I ln> Allen of Fort Miors,
Storo. -t':5: at :Stumpg.:: Into took
Variety Market crop\ very prl11nl..11I1fur\ a heavy plitce. yesterday afternoon at
[ I I I yield and good price this spring.\ 2:.III o'clock from tho chapel of Moul-
Harold Wall spent Monday in Jack- I'Miss -visitorto 1 Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell left Sunday for i -...-. -- -, -- -.-- ton & Kyle, the Rev. C. W. Frazier,
Carolyn Fripp
sonville. Gainesville Friday evening.was a ', E. L. Biggs spent! Friday in Law toy Tampa where she is spending the I New loyal Society Packages rector of St Mary's Episcopal church,
I : with Mrs. George Roberts. week with Mrs. George C. Livingston.Mrs. )\ at Sternbcrs's.I conducting the services. The interment -

E. II. Smith spent Saturday business.Beautiful in I J. W. Morgan Is in St. Petersburg I I : I I .-.-'. was in Evergreen cemetery.-
to
Jacksonville attending this week looking after his real estate I II Rev. L. V. Simpson, of Crescent Meada lodges left Friday for I I Dr. J. J. rUillin spent, several days Jacksonville Journal, February' Oth.
1 interests there. I I Ii I City, was a visitor to Starke Wednes- I Moore Haven, where she will make of lust week in .Ineksonvillc\ attendingthe Mrs. Allen is remembered in Starko
line of Valentinesat i day. her home with her brother, N. S. Bible Conference held in that city. as Dates May Blossom Williams, and

at Stump's. i i Carr Colley and IIollis V Knight, |I I Wulnwrlght. I Ho had the pleasure of hearing Dr. she and her husband have many

I of the U. of F., spent the week-end I! A. O. Andreu, of Stuart, spent a I ( Holdcn, vicar of St. Paul (Cnthpdrul fi'lends' help who sympathize with
and two horse
John Deere one few Mr. and Mrs.\ C lit Sistrunk, of them in their i loss
with homefolks. I days in Starke this week with London, and one of the 1 lending Bible
plow. The best there is in a plow. friends. I Eustis, were in Starke Sunday visiting students of the world. -- ._-
Hull's Store. I I his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. This world seems worse than it !UbiMiiiso
Mrs. Rufus Tatum, of Jacksonville, I you never hear much about
Mr. Fincher, a cross tie dealer of was here last week visiting her sis Hay, Grain and Teed at lowest Sistrunk. i .Too Sistrunk had tho misfortune to the biul things that don't happen.
'' Mrs. R. J. prices. Hull's Store. have his arm broken last Thursday
Starke this week 'ter-In-Iaw. Davis. I
Jacksonville was in I i
,
II I i Mrs. O C. Johnson, who has boon'|while cranking tho engine of emu of After a man sews his wild oats ha

looking after business. 1 Boiled ham, Swift's sugar cured I Dan Howell, of Sarasota, was in :'visiting
of ham and breakfast bacon sliced and town this week renewing acquan- '; left Monday for her home in was such that the young man hud gut her them.
Ennis, of the University
Gary Americu", Ga. I
tances. Dan is one of the big real I
Florida spent Sunday with rtr. and in strips at Variety Market. |

Mrs. J. W. Morgan.P. -'--- I I II Mrs. L. A. Davis went to Jackson. I estate men of Sarasota. I I New line of bo>'s* shirts and I '. _:.- N ..,.--rwa .vT,.. 1i1aMNMYIIYM lRUa, ?,

villa Hamilton Ritch, who is a studentin pajamas :at: Sternlwrg's.Field .
1Bnrefoot and family have Sunday and returned home Monday I
Massey Business College, Jaokson-i
moved to the Adkins Cottage on | vine the and Garden seed You depend
week-end
I II spent with his parents can 1
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Cherry street. I I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned Wednesday ,.Mr.\ and !Mrs. J. II. Ritcli.J. on us for good seed, Hull's Store ,, .

: afternoon from Tampa where -- --
Do you buy your silk hose-at sho was the guest of Mis. J. E. Smoak '' L. Matthews, of Bland, and D. Dh'v. A. Z. Adkins and sister, Miss ,
Sternberg's? If not Why not? : JJ!::, Knight} and son, Ilollis, and II. E. Mable 1 Edwards, went to Tampa lust ti I II
i 1 I Uigcrgren, of Starke are in PuntaGorda I Thursday to visit/ friends and rein- I / I
Herbert Bitch went to Gaines- New Goods; arriving daily atStump't me//yspr' i1n
Mrs.
this week on business ( tives. i I t// +
I
ville Saturday to see her parents !Mr. -!. i iI ed with the Punta Gorda connect-j ,

and Mrs S. II. Demaree.-.- !:I Mr. and !Mrs. Lacy Johns and E. A.I i I I I Mrs (!. W. Alderman and Mrs. I ,

--of LaCrosse, is I Sapp, of Sampson, were in Starke See the New Artnnio emltroid- :, Catherine Davis motored M tho State I 1 \\P ?m> jtts?"

teaching W. J. the Johnson seventh, grade in the B. ]i Saturday. cry packages" : at: St ml's. I Farm Thursday mid wets guests! of j i \Vfflrtwr\ M "i
Mrs. R R. Marshburn.Miss > / J osa I
H. S. and will soon mow his familyto kind I R. O. Stephen, manager of the I II
Suusag'e--The
enjoy eating
-
you
Starke. I -at Variety Market. Hart Furniture Company, has moved Madge 1\liddll'ton, who has! ten ,1 ? n, r ,N. a, v. .
food |: his family here and they are occupying been visiting her parents, Dr. and 1 ? 1 yntM1Y.tgnyrrY fn 1V
TheVoman's Club will hold a the A. O. Amlreu Cher- gg r;
cottage
on Mrs. W. MMilleton! returned lastweek
,
sale Saturday, Feb. 21st, in the store |, Messrs. L. L. Johns and W. H. ry street. I .
building formerly) occupied by the Smith, Sampson City citizens, were to Tallahassee to resume/ her .
,( studies in the Woman's College
'attending to business in Starke Sat-
Starke Bakery.
Bob Demotest went to Jacksonville
I urday. The tireannouncement
| most important
T. N. Limbaugh were J Saturday to nttenil the funeral of Hd' Durnsced, of Jacksonville/ spenta
Mr. and Mrs.
May: I.ee, the little daughter of Mr.
week Mrs. C. A. Knight left Tuesday few hours hero Saturday en route
in South Florida last visiting I I and l Mrs. 1 Leo Allen Mrs Allen is i
remembered from Gainesville and while of
here
their son, Thomas, who has employ- morning for Jacksonville to be withher here OB MIIa.! .... nlnssom'Villiams. win : years:
a pleasant caller at the of-
mother Mrs. James whois Telegraph
ment in Sarasota. I I ill\ there., Shepurd, \ fice. f I;
i I can now ciimp your '1'\
iI ---- -
Ask to the marvelous line I You with tire twice
see a at ;
of Jossard; Corsets and Uras- New line of Ladies Spring Fine line candies. Hull's Store.. Dig as ordinary conlt andinllated i.I.t

siers at Stump's. | Presses! just! arrived from New rENT[ -A-WORn -- to only half tile /! ,:tj
York special at $:>.98, atStump's. !Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley, Mr. and .Jt't -
It fits :
:Mrs F A. Scott motored to De Land/ "- pressure. present
L. A. Davis Jr., has added a con- "! lJCOLUMNBJ this week to see W. A. Scott and to !\ rims and costs about theh.iine
,
drivewaysto i --'- -'-- -" -
fence, sidewalks i and i ?
crete .
Otiiujiiil to vh.itIr.! and Mrs S. C. ViaaMICHEON as ordinary tires. It
his beautiful home on West Madison | :Mrs E. S. Matthews, of Starke, has .
.1 '
Carnell. gives! revolutionary aJ*
street. arrived to be the guest: of her daughter I to.
.- I !Mrs. !Marcus Brown, at her homein --- -- \antll"uL'lHnfortanll; .
-- ----- ----
Miss Florence !Matthews will givea Palma Cela.-Tampa Tribune. FOR S.\LF-Onc: Jersey milk cow. Mr: and Mrs. O. W. White, Mr. and economy. It is the new 1 ,
I ,. Mrs. L. I). Green motored to Gainesville 1 Micliclm Comfort Cord.
sewing party complimentary to ---- ---- I Just ready to calf. Apply John Lov- 1 \I.
Miss Hilda Struth tomorrow afternoon Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, of Starke, is erett, Hiunpton' Fit,. :2!13-2t-2-20 I Sunday evening! hear the great Comfort Cord.Smith's. Will you conic: .ill to bee it ?
from :11.30 J: to 5:30.: the guest of Mr. and !Mrs. G. C. LivIngston ': I lecturer Robins, of Colorado Springs, I
,, at their home in Palma Cola FOR RENT-8-room house on South I Colo. Mr Robins spoke on the subject f
Park. Tribune. I street. Cent: chcap. See F I F. I'hi mo. of the nations coining together Garage
of Brooker, -Tampa
Miss Vera Surrency .. I l-.lO-tf. tutu forever putting an and to war. ,
was hero last Thursday enroute to I St.irko Ma. t r rI
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she F. F. Stump has returned from FOR = ;
Plant City. While in town was I SALE-- -One good. k cow and 1
P. M. New York City, Where he purchased Mrs. J. F. Klcklitor Sr., fharlenI.ueian I
the guest of hew aunt Mrs. { heifer calf 2-months old. Apply to !
Klcklitor, Mrs Ma W Tatum,
spring and summer goods for his
Barefoot. L. W. ICIckliter, Starke. 1 1-23-tf:!
i i Ii I stores here and at other points in the !Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickhter Jr., motnr..d .- --.--- '

butter and cheese, freshat state. .OHT-'Vark Gray Raincoat between to Jacksonville Saturday after-
Creamery __ i Stnrke post office and Lawtey. Re- nun. Mrs. Tatum remained at her
all times. Variety Market. !| Clean dependable groceries., Fresh ward fur returning. Starling Mc I home in the city and the rest of the GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN I

Col. D. E. Knight and son, 1 n. V.: fruit mid vegetables Hull's Store. Coy. Its party returned to Stnike Sunday af

Thursday from : ---- ---. I ternoon. & RITCH il
Knight, returned 1 OUNLI--Gold cased fountain,; "-- -. .
Punta Gorda where they had been for The reading circle of the Methodist Owner can secure same by proving pen. SEED: PKANITIH /IKPKIHINT: : TIII,l: BEST LEADING: i

several lays looking after business'interests. Missionary Society will meet next I ownership and paying for this adv. INSI'I\NK: ; COMrANIKM.() FIRE, +'
I !Monday afternoon, at a:30, at the : N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts :f'
II Apply this office.THICKS ACCIDENT. LII h.:. AI1TOMOIULK:,
I home of !Mrs. C. L. Peek, on West $!.00 per bushel (Pour cents '
!Mr. and Mrs. Z J. Roberts and little Madison street. Members requested to I =From our heavy laying per, pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fin. ItONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS .

son, Alton of Hastings spent bring a silver offering for local work.' Tom Barred strain white leghorns II. 'r. HALL COMPANY. MADE PROMPTLY

Sunday with Mrs. Roberts' parents, $15 a hundred; $120.00 a thousand 1.(0-tf Lowell, Fin. .
Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner.Mr. Friends of MISH Jessie Thomas will Live delivery-The Kagnall Poultry '(',
and Mrs. Roberts visited relatives I interested to know that she is'' Farm Midway, Fla. 2-l.'I-lt: I
at Lawtey before returning home now pleasantly located in Titusville, | u252.t2Z u i_ u Zt25'u 525Z5'u'u'u'ZSvu S 'Z t5'!Sur'u u u2S'u 52!>? ST25E5as! u'u u 52!. urZS u25 u u r I II

Monday. I where she is tabbing the second gradein BARGAINS toil SAIX:-Dry Goods! I I

________ __ I Ir. the public school. i Shoe business! Arcadia; also Groc- '
.- .- .- .. cry in Burtow both well located; ) I
I New line of silks in the new I clean stocks. Lease, Terms Write
shades: at Steinberg's. j N. Forage, Winter Haven 2.13-U- i I The Banking Habit .1\1 l\

LOST-One hou tI-drf.; blue-speckledwith
Mi-. M E. Edwards and grand- black head Hwfiowhnt\ bench-
( hildnn, Hazel, Lois and A. Z. AdKins ] li-gged. Gone for :.1 months Reward .

Jr., spent Sunday !in Gainesville I for information or return to J. V.
with ;Mrs. Edwards': daughter, Mrs. J. Jones, Hampton, Fla. 2.11.1t'GRAPE I

k''f- '_ .4. (', Adkins.. I PLANTS-Ellen Scott;Armalaga j'- When you get the Banking \Habit you have in asset that is of the

:New; Garden and Field Seeds, Carmens etc Lowest, pricedin !8 greatest Vdiiif to you.
I Northern grown Arriving at White's'': State. Big Money; freeze proof.

;It v- t:" I t-toro Tenn ssee Green Pod beans a' Plant now; free information, Nurseries The pocket leaks. The bank ( intact
,II 'It.", I Spe,'iality. l-l8-5t. : Route 2, 289, Tampa Fla. preserves you money

JI.e:;" -, /1,. '....". I a-13-lt The Banking I Habit teaches you economy. You learn that money

,; I James Milton Brownlee, Jr., while -
.. .JtM FOR: SALE-Black Minorca Hatching
mli; a bicycle near the high school r f:1 grows. I
'Ijr Eggs A setting of 15 for $1,00, : .
building Wednesday, fell from the )
wheel on the highway and received! a'' u hundred $fl.OO. Why not get together -. ) This habit makes for permanence in a depositor. You feel you
and make Bradford county aI i

For Big ie\ir>v,'rul nit titch on
Browne, Near Green's Dairy, Phone '
I
form Imp K, 1 long, 4 shorts It* 'I standing
:N; :rnbertr is completing the remodeling -

and Little of his home on Water FOIL SALE Busy Bee Lunch and This Bank to the habit of depositing earn- I
encourages you get your
treet, The interior of this home has Fruit stand South Walnut street.

In.in finished and with the altera- (f Good location; new counters and ings.Ve will take your money keep it safely, and pay you interest w
ShaversA tH'ii- completed makes an attractive shelves and equipment. Fresh stock

residence.! Reason for selling on account o f, on savings accounts.
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department health. Just : cash takes all. 0.
toilet stocked good! with! healthful -- Stylish frocks always on handat S. Hardman.$500 2-13-31-2-27 Get the Banking Habit of banking with us. We pay 4 per cent

hygenic and comfort- Sternberg'ti. OLD COLONY LIFE INSURANCE" oil savings deposits. And we appreciate your account, be it large f

able supplies. for the man !Mr. and MM. R. R. Hoffman, of COMPANY of Chicago Illinois, offers small.
who shave at homeandwe Akron, Ohio, are !spending a few daysin ageit a wider field and or
all do. Starke with his parents, Mr. and C."IIS'r// opportunity by writing In.// .

Well worth the cod for :MrA. I' Hoffman. Before returning woman and child from ages 0 to ==---- -;- = c: .- "'=--==
that "Pepful" feeling alone.A to their home in Ohio, they will spend on the annual, semiannual ore I i
dollar will buy much in sometime in the southern part of the quarterly premium plan, for I

this department. Come in. 'tote I i I amounts going up to $5,000 us regards
..----- children, while for adults .he I BANK OF STAKE
1.., _- \ddie Baisden accompanied: lim.t is $30,000. As tho Company
Corpening.sDrug the body of Mrs. M. R. Crutchfield to writes also sub-standard risks our I
Jacksonville Sunday, and she was met | agent have very few rejections. I I f The Bank of Helpful Service

by Mr: and Mrs. Laione. The partyproceeded The Company will give a liberal -
vary 1
President KAWSON DAVIS. Guhier A M.
Store to Evergreen cemetery': commission contract (direct with I E. S. MATTHEWS. J. DAKDY. V-Pre.

uh.r.' ;\Ir". (rutt'hfleld'.s, body was Home Office! ) to a good personal "-- pJ

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: PAGE Six BRADFORC COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1923.II' .

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\' LAW EY' aY--d; Sampson Sunday -1'| FOR OVER 40 YEARS

iI I ALL OUT OF SORTS? (I 1
ILL'S CAT A HIUI MKDICINK has beer
of Commerce Met Here
Chamber
R.Verroter
/ Lawtey Feb. 13-Mrs. Artur used successfully In the treatment ol

FARMERS and FARMING -...- I of Saginaw, Mich., was the I I Tho Bradford County Chamber of Catarrh.

guest last week of Mrs A. A. Smith. Commerce held their regular weekly IHI.I/S CAT full MKDICI.VR: eon
I r' So Was This Sta he Woman Wb I I meeting at the Luwtey Woman's mat uf an Ointment which Quickly

,I 1'U I Tc'lti. Her 12xperitttcc. Mr. Oliver, secretory;;; ;; of the Y. M. i I Club house last Friday evening Internal Relieves Medicine by loral, a application Tonic which and nets the
Interesting About from the differentsections through the Blood on the :Mucous. Bur
twenty
{ : :" TO COMRIUU'IEARTICLES ; I C. A., of Jacksonville gave an ,I faces thus reducing the Inflammation.
IW101! EXPERIENCES: AND METHODS FOUNDTO -- talk at Grace M. K. church last''I of the county wure present Sold by all drugglsta.

I 4 I BE BEST: SUITED TO OCR (;OI'N'n I All too often women accept then I Sunday morning1. I and judging from the remarks of the F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
i evening the chamber is paving the
pains and a.-tx"t as natural to than
I weal N. T. Bitch and family of Starice way for a bright future for old Crad-'I'
ex. They full to realize that Sunday afternoon. The will be held' SAMPSON I CITY
motored ford
to Lawtey next
meeting
'
; ; ,
1 HOME I IMPROVEMENT:: e e kidneys! are often to blame f"r that at Hampton this evening and all members '

(ONI'KST: Hilt FLORIDA. EXTRACTS FROM backache, those hernia,-hes, dizzy spelll Mrs. O. W. Brown was a visitor to and friends of the organization Sampson City, Feb 13-Messrs.

\, I cmus;| AND WOMEN HOME DEMONSTRATION! I and that tn-d, pressed feeling I Starke Thursday. are urged to attend. After the nd'journment \V. 11. Smith, T. Lynk Williams and

__ I' AGENTS" REPORTSSanta Thousands have fund new health and \ I Mesdames. J. T. :Moore, W. L. L. Johns were visitors to Starke
t 4 A home improvement contest is being strength by help rig the weakens 41 Mrs. Henry Register of Jacksonville Saturday.
.
'' a e e e e I I>;. Torode, R. R. Thede and J. II.
conducted. in nearly forty coun- ] kidneys with li' an .-. l'dls-a stimulant the
1 spent several days here at Moore, of the Woman's Club served Dr. Middleton was a professional
tics of Florida by homu demonstration Rosa-Club meetings have diuretic. Tl.is Starku case is ont
| home of her mother Mrs. W. F. Godwin visitor here Saturday.
delicious chicken salad and colTeo and
The is to I II been of
extension workers. object well attended and much interest many: ,
improve and beuutify the home and I Ii manifested. I have introduced home Mrs L K: :r'.nor.: Eighth St., saysi crackers for which u rising vote of Friends of II. E. Jones will regretto
"There ". dull ache in m thanks ladies learn that he is confined to his
was a t c ire, y was given to the
'i I its! surroundings j 'demonstration work in several communities { back. If I fctoopid, I could scarcely Little Miss Grace Alvarez of hume with Influenza and will wish
It is believed i that the home .should that have done very little I often: feeling Starke, spent Sunday here with nor
got
I on straighten.! up |j A basket ball team from Keystone for him a speedy recovery.
I
I t be the most hallowed shrine on earth nothing along thin line heretofore. | more tired tr.m! Inf.re I went to bed, | grandmother, Mrs. Louise Lowery. II Heights came here Saturday after- Miss Ethel Varnes spent the week
home demonstration agents will from Turner's DrugStore
and Uoan's Pal"* > i '
a M endeavor to l lead Hub girls to look up- j Pinellus-Social workers of the I cured in' i..f the nttnck." Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore motoredto noon and played u game with the localI end in Starke.
Price i tic nt nil dealers. Don't I team. The score was :26 to 15 In favor L L. Johns and T. V. Williams were
on it as! such and through the girls 'county mot with representatives'from I Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. I
ask f.r knlnty rt'mory-Jtct! of Lawtey. visitors to Starke and New River
n one
f to cause their families to regard it in | various welfare organizations. simply) ,
,
oanrs J'ilis-Lh- -ame tut MrsMiner
i the same light. 1 Effort:/ is being made to unite the work'' hnd! .Fo..-1 Milburn Co.. W. E. Torode was transacting business Death of Mrs. Kaxicama StarlingThe day last week.

The general plan provides that any of all the workers and organizationsand Mfrs., Buffalo. :N Y. in Starke Tuesday. death of Mrs Raxicuma Starling Friends of Mr. Henry Brown will
member of home demonstration be pleased to know he is Improving
u put on a county-wide project.
j jSumtor Mrs. R. L. Ilarmun, of Jacksonville, 05 years of age, occurred at her
boys enter fast after an opperation for appendi-
including -
club even may --I!
the contest. It will end June 1. Participants I I:> -A community hatchery I II FARMER SELLS BUTTER was a visitor to Lawtey Friday. I home near Lawtey Wednesday of last citis preformed by Dr. W. 1'';. Middle-
1JY PARCEL POST week. The funeral service was conducted -
are instructed to register at which will care for 4,000 eggs at once of
I i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight by Elder II. V. Skipper on ton.Mr.
-
with their home demonstration has been started at Oxford. Most of' ,1 I
once own Dairy farmers do not always have Starke motored to Lawtey Sunday Thursday morning and the intermentwas and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney and
agent. I tho club members aro getting their'eggs ( Mrs. L. K. Kite have returned home
to depend cooperative or commercial I afternoon. in the Middleburg cemetery. Besides -
The five classes contestants may i hatched here. In Center Hill one upon I after a few days visit in Tampa.J. .
I milk other relatives and
near
handlers of milk and
1. Kitchen making the of the club members is J. : Mrs.: J. P. Wyrick many
{I. enroll in are: < poultry hatch- Mrs. T. Terry f. Gainesville visited
1 I products in order to make money and friends she leaves to mourn her death Wynn, of ,
most general improvement according ] ;ing eggs for the others thus earning !Miss Joyce Terry and Miss Eunice I friend
week.
the end of his three sons and two daughters all of here last
marketing
3 to expenditure of money. 2 !Most her money! to buy eggs and fence. I keep Whitehead spent from Friday to Sunday I
( I ness up with the producing bUSI-1 Lawtey.Mr. !Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wynn of Lake
tary and beautiful living Sanl-\\ with relatives and friends in Butler, visited friends here Sunday.
r Vermont farmer parcel posts
and beautiful bed Lake-One teacher reports to me Jacksonville.
Most sanitary
!
to states and worries not a bit and Mrs. Zack Roberts and lit Rev. Billings, of Alachua, will fill
1. Mont sanitary premises. 5. !Most that as a result of the! lunch room many tle of ]
son, fasting Sunday
I I were guests his regular appointment here Saturday -
about regular Incomes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. PennypackerIr. ,
started and run by club girls
,
artistic planting. every at the home of E. J. Roberts.
offered for the under-weight child is gaining. Clerj j A northern publication recently had' !\ and Mrs. C. B. Rossiter and F. B. I night, Sunday, and Sunday night.
State prizes are I 1 R. L. Gibson of Gainesville visited
has the following to about this entor- Rossiter, of Phoenixville Penn., were
\ outstanding work. Many counties mont asked me to help them in. say Cheap umbrellas last the longest. "
most friends
'f I will offer prizes also. State prizes getting started with a lunch room in prising. dairyman: ;[ visitors to Lawtey Friday. Carry one and no friend will take it here Sunday. .

I I their school. "Up in the Green Mountain Statesat by mistake.
{ I will be announced at Farmers' Week I I Woodstock L. W. makes Louise Richard and! Julia Marie There are too many nights in the
English
.\\1" ; at the University of Florida in AU-\\I Gadsden-Health work has been butter from Jersey, cream and sells it I Thede spent Saturday and Sunday in What good is-your; ; past if you don't week to stay away from the picture

I If : gust 1923; according to Virginia continued this week. We are finding'' by parcel post to customers scattered < Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and use it for the future? show every one of them.
Moore home demonstration specialist I| I'I Mrs. W. II. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
high of
:s a \ percentage underweight over a dozen state from New Hampshire No Worms 'In a Healthy Chili
, "' in charge of the contest.liX'lRACIS children. A total of 1,3:21: children''|' to Florida." The Jersey butter I t C. Y. Mayo You are not getting old until every- All children troubled with Worms have aa tin

i have been examined, and 1,070 corrcc- '' sold in this commands one else seems younger. heaUuy color which Inulcotea poor blood and as a
S way a prices j Mrs. Sallie Reddish returned home .liiTe stomach .
tivo defects found. I IOkuloosu I rule. Is more or lens disturbance
I well above the regular market price, from where she When a man turns with
.FROM COUNTY 1 Sunday Jacksonville green envy GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
: -At a meat canning demonstration 'und it is of such fine quality that Mr. spent several weeks with her daugh he is ripe for trouble. 1 fur two or three weeks will catch the blood. Im-

., AGI.N1SIfEI'OIMS. . . rottttt pork, pork chops I I demand.English is In often the taxed ending to supply June the 30 ters, Mrs. Colon Miller and Miss KM-; I Too many who-catch on to things I I prove!Tonic the dlftestlun to tho whole anilct. system.a a General Nature Strenitthcnlnrt will then-
year
Reddish and will he
the tbeChlld
sausage, headcheese liver and stew ridge throw off or dispel worms
1 Hamilton[ -One car of sweet potatoes meat were canned.EcsnmbiuOne iI I, 102'i: 2092 packages of butter were I quickly let no the same way. I In perfect health. Pleasant to lane. 6Dc per buttle.

and few express shipments of .---- I|i shipped by mail, und in tho following'year !Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Mrs. W. O. -

4 cabbage moved this week.Okcechobiu I'I'I I of the club women 2081 packages were sent out Duvall motored to Hampton Friday.J. .
I ; ofi i ihutt..r "COULD BETTER fERTILIZER BE NUDE WE MOULD MAKE 11"
asked me to help her plan the furniture I I Altogether about four or five tons
-Am urging a beauti- and draperies for her new home was made during the past i S. Andrews was u business visitor Get
'eal'l' Jaunary list GEM
i price Mixed Fel'tili7.erM-"SI\ION: PURE and
f I Starke .
local park to Friday.I
BeaU on project of our and HO we decided it would bo nice to und sold by parcel post at very l< ,j BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .

streets highways city homes of suitable I have the whole club meet there and I 1 1 I I I factory prices. I II I I and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and the Cheapest but the BEST for results Also. Insecticides Sprayers
farmstoudB by the planting and make u demonstration. of furnishingher "He has built up n profitable and family motored to Melrose Sunday. Dusters and Dusts.

t trues, bushes vines lowers( home.WaltonWomen's. !growing business. The butter does they'j --

grasses. Recent rains did no damage 'I'I __ ___ I I, advertising; practically all orders arc I II '''I, Mrs. Moore of Gren Cove Springs, E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla

r ; to crops hero. I II and girls' clubs repented. The English herd no longer' was a visitor to Lawtey Friday.
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met t"IC.therIud worked on a yard.A | inn produce enough\ cream to supply! i iI {'I -
I s Lnjtc-citrus trees full of new local man experienced in landscape :I the butter demand." J. VV. Andrews, Sr., of Starki, was

1 growth and bloom with indications of work nut with mo and helped. Each 1 i I -- -- -... ----- in town on business Monday. Mrs

a big crop. Several; growers are lined : one brought,: plants 1 and .shrubs. HTANDAln>> FOR SE.I I ISLAND .\ndrows accompanied him. I

1 I nod now spraying for the control I COTTON! DISCONTINUED .-.......
"w up
I: of citrus and melunoso. : Marion.-I visited the home of one ', My. Cochran, commission merchant, : [ Our Cross-Word IIZzlcTlw

l' -- I II of the club !girls who has recently I|I Discontinuance ;of; the official stand- of New York, was hero Monday.

I Baker-Am urging farmers to buy :'i married, and helped her in making arils of the United States for Sea ,

:J fertilizes cooperatively and pay I If | out a household budget und enrolledher '|Island' cotton .announced by Sec- I I I Cucll Sullivan of Cairo Ga., was

#1 f; I cash. Several are interested as they :' in home improvement work. rotary Guru of the department of the guest Saturday and Sunday of his
"' can save money in this way. agriculture. Lack of demand for the sister Mrs. James Pitts.i puzzle) this week l h y M.irtha: !h'(ttt..r words l hut by the well-known

+ :. 'j T11B"siTcKFU; WINS AGAIN standards and of from' Wagner\ is conventional in design' but *-\ -t"111 uf tilling( in from all angles
scarcity cotton
Santa Ro a-Enrolled; ;: ; 27 new club which to make the reasons''|i Mr. and Mrs. Dom Frigo are In well worth the effort in working. It they l1Io-t likely will work themselves

( members this week. ( Dy Spuds Johnson) given. copies were Jacksonville this week with their baby I might be lulled the "Finn X" pu//h-, oiii \Vhdon't, >'ou time ;yourself on

"Mighty line bunch of shoates which is being operated on at the There .., '
in you Because of the boll weevil the | am one or two sd kvihnl.l. n tln pu//li' :Speed; ( in accurate "rhink-
Marion-Tho tomato acreage havo there" remarked Si Smith Sun- hospital. 1 in the seemingly' .ay three ;uri fun' 11'I' 1 i- .t I valuable personal lI.-aet.IIORIONfAL .
about statement said Sea Island
this will be virtually no -
county year
I Marion day afternoon as wu wore going over I
it 1! CO per cent of what it was last; the my out patch. is grown in this country although :, Mrs. Irene Baker of Jacksonville,

I watermelon acreage less than 50 percent "Yes, and worth a nifty little .sum Ignrded I for many years it was re- is spending a few days here with her S d I 1V

I of lust year's.Seminole of money," I added with probably atinge I as the best produced. The cot- father, Otis Rhoden. W 1 dS

1 -- I I I ton formerly was grown in Florida
I L 1. --Heavy shipments of celery of sarcasm. For you see two South Carolina and Georgia. In 102.1, Frank Green of Waldo spent Sun / rF ,u t/ Igo

1 (r.' going forward and bringing good years ago when tho price of hogs was a crop of only 785 bales was reportedand day here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
going down Si had told me that I du / rde5
showing upI I Charles Dinkins.Joe .
prices. Celery leaf-tyer none was reported in 1121.* Cot-
better dispose of my sows and buy
f generally and the situation ton breeders of the
,I pretty what meat I needed. He said it would department Of Marr visited relatives at Highland u 1 ttl.y

r looks serious. be cheaper to do that. I j agriculture are undertaking, ,developments !Sunday."!
1 of JJ 31 JdJJ
of
quicker fruiting strains
'Valton--Thl. week has been one of :Si: is one of those fellows who went'
r Sen Island in the hope that it may be Mr. and Mrs. L A. Marr and children
Walton j
the best in tho history of wild when the boll weovil got to taking !'I I
n profitably the boll and :Mr Richardson
grown despite and chil-
county. We held fruit tree and fertilizer uvvuy u good, Part of his i profit in
meetings throughout the county cotton. In response( to the appeal to I weevil. dren visited relatives in Glen St. I rs oa w Ji .n ov u

and arranged for the cooperative buy diversify," lie bought u big lot of I / i1 -Lf 11 15id ,

ing of fertilizer and fruit trees.DadeOur I hogs utI high 1 price and thought he _

would go into the hug business.. However Giving the DairyCow a Square Deal i -4 SUJ
is
curb market doing n
Si I was not the best man in the
> capacity business and the demand for I I II I world ut managing' hogs, so ho didn't News Bureau of Animal' Husbandry )d ': 9.1 S

] I stalls exceeds the supply. Mango succeed with them very well. .511

I f trees have good crop sot, avocados' Si found out how to pretty well I Sri ,

i and citrus are In bloom. This is theI control the damugu done by the boll -",

I r ; }l earliest season reported for these weevil, and thu price of cotton was ,j .

I: : o crops high &o ho went bock in fijr cotton j !: 0,"

I f When-the butcher gets a now automobile strong. Feeds were scarce und high ', j ':1' '. 1 II.I F"lt. .urn- ( Human)
;
I : .
; delivery wagon, his customers 'priced, so Si decided to sell his hogs \' : 1 1. An ifTemiu.ite boy. I Ins.'; :&,'n"r smell.

with (| even at a low 1 price, lie was going to .">. The Kucnlgcnays.' '',
did '
all wonder nervously what he > J. In-ti unii-nl for propelling a boat.
: i make 11 clean-up on cotton. 10. Light' blow.
.
i ;, his old horse. Ji> :it. Be worthy of.
"T I hud been raising same! hogs. all o; -, ,, ; 11. Old age' (poetic.) 34. Adapt for some .
.
f tho first along though, in connection with r.. --1'4--, .. .;. 13. Tool purpose.w.
I We were unzious to see i my I" '3I (Hewing/ ) ;a; Preposition

signs of summer and wo will be just iottun und other crops, and so was <.,,, e ....., IS. To fasten 30. Assemble.

\ r as anxious to see the last signs.A \ I not carried away with Si's suggestion I J'\1: 17. Splash gently. 87. Seize.

... to sell nnd .
hogs 18.
And
my buy meat. s c I ;r Preposition
_..... 38. Pronoun.
wife 11, .1 r runt I'omfort to her 1 now with the price of cotton not quite lit. Central state. (abbr.) I
39. Soft
white metal.
husband, stn cot! those di"II'"inll', ) s.0 high, und the price of hags! going I I ': '''':(: 21. Preposition. 10. Long seat

tunes a inlay I man never has.Eiiii up, fc i is beginning to wish he had a ', .-' 22. Editor (abbr.) I
,'<11-' ,_ .. I 12.: Boy's name.
--- lot full of hogs to soil.(I.I l. ,.... ,_ 21.: I love (Latin)
!!!'"" 'II'.i'- ,1'uanber.. (Latin abbr.)
I ,sold around .
3DUO pounds of live 21. Willinjrty.'
1 US'FREEFLOWER \M 'ijrht last September nt O.li '..n.r".6 'I, ''' ', ,. at 211. Behold. 17. Unusual
\ cents a (I hOOf.. I hyaytL ...< .n d.. ,. .. .\_ I I I !1\1.\ U. S. unit of money.
i I'U< mil :.mil liesulos hail enought meat n.acJ ...":cThf'ro ,. 28. Stuff '
II:2. Second son of Noah.
,,1'.1'1 m.v family to use throughout the .M :2!!9. Narrow woven band. 51.
: j IfilJ ) "lIr. :My income from the sold SI.: To Beverage.
meat n'mo..ntlrel '.
are now 15.375.inn dairy I i'' illv ..I'M' IP.- t ," t ) 50. A parent I
h
'waj- $1 IPb!:' I have Hjjurod the jii keep 31. To
cattle In
up ex- the United Bt it.of ''i:, m I U i tv ,1 In7:, cultivate land 58. Printers
I SEEDS JIOIIM' .if the whole hunch, including these snyM a cnrrti tin tt. only Ci:, in ,<' J'J I' ui.l) anal, vontllnti'in 37. Sand. measure.
18. American
nbout one-half Medical Association.
what was used at homo, and counting arc for In amnnnpr a' ,,' 11'1 MI, I ,if "fin" cow U to ,&1. Send out.
Hastings'! I"l clviiiK away AbsolutelyFree to ennbli thorn to return afair 20. To permit.
'
.lied, cure and and .., I ru full itIurn." Cun: gutters 41.: Fruit
management prom to their bearing
ov part of a etreal.
B Seed Packets of Beautiful'I i-l n' b. iMinii mil lots of 23. Craft canal
I Flower. to each 1U5! : customer. ilastlags' >'vet> thuiK. It came to $!H.9.:!! That Many a milk cow ,1" i hero accused .., Impnituit.II11 pure air 46. Plump. 25. Note ;of musical 1)R scale.
leaves me the neat little of bcliiK, n 'huiinli'i,, (r" who .
: sum of n 46. Prong.
I beautiful new 112.pago 1&25:: your milk !henl access to oil 28.
:$103.71/ as profit in addition to the owner had only hliif.lt \ID Ih,- ti'sii' water tlvy will, 47. Note of Company. (abbr.)
i I Catalog shown thriu flowers In full my Mama Unlike human I'. knit'. dairy drink? the musical scale. 30.
I 1 natural colors Tho front rover rlc.I family meut supply. I have unother cows never shirk mtrntion.iliv.' anti 1 If not give It to them. Water Is 48. To be. Equality as to value

I .j Bros the. great !Stone Mountain Confederate line herd! coming on and they will beready fiequrnt tests, reveal that seemingly cheap more' .nnd and' butter they will milk.repay you with r 0. Negative/ (Latin) 1 An evil ,glancet5tTrr

Memorial ; for market about the first of unimportant details In the c.>n> of 51. Nine.
!. I 5 This Big Seed Hook Is the Standard :< April. If all indications milk cows have startling cftccta/ on Do you keep the cows clean? (Roman)
don't fail milk production. 52. Covering for head.
Planting Guide with valuable culture udF'&yt'& adhering to : ALLAH
directions and accurate descriptions prices are going to be better then than If you arc considering drying up < tik.s m.iney rightknutmof 53. Tool for boring.!

r j Of all klnilt of sped, plants and. I they were last fall, and since I raised any of your milk herd brcaunn" you orbed your pocket Impurities, aro ab. 65. Southern state. (abbr.) L 0 P 10 4 P R 0T I
: believe Into the
them to be unproductive, till jal m. That I
Ml bulbs. It Inn over 260 pictures! from my own feed here on the farm I figure moro fend moan 56. Deface
In the Questionnaire below for your or |i ,3 milk Milk from A S N O O P M AR
actual, photograph and 'Is bigger:: and I should make a good profit on own satisfaction. It you can write a manuro-cak.d cow Is unclean 57. Shelter. I
better than over. Brim full of Information this lot. YES an an answer to all of the anti on a strict Interpretation R9. River In Va. ATE NOR RA
useful Seed Hook 1 questions It I la safe to n."ume that against tho law. In Ju.st few
the a
It's most am sticking to the hogs in the min 60. Animal
in DE
It your cow are not dNeu.sesd. they utee' you can c"lithu udders, flanks South America. I S I A I R E A
ever published. I high and low and on the average I are Retting square d".lllIn.., there and ,' ot the cow... There VERTICAL
You ned It for ready reference almost find I am coming out considerablyahead. fore ought to repay you generously.Are after It Is. only a matter of necon.Li 2. Pronoun. M P i R IC A LF
dally. lie suro to write for It
all
you feeding them a properly 5rWSi'r clinging foreign l m./ot- 3. Weaken. E E L E H I L LE
today; a post card will do. It comes --- .- balanced ration? a damp cloth. Farmers
entirely free by return mall. anti dairymen who follow 4. To eject from the mouth.
to you this
AND: THK B\NII PLAYED ON:' sulre not. If you are lice prllQ- DEN EER LLB
say Increases
what
of a properly milk How ana 6. Peruse.
makes
H.o. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN Che.ter110: on earth is that balanced' ration lor milk up ; enriches the milk. And the cow Is 7. Chain of Mts. in 5A i cS S A
cows Europe.
get
homely girl Jack's dancing with?" 111 touch r* Comfortable andy
with conuntJj.m
r ATLANTA. OA. Jim:: "That's my sister l ," will pay you to your do county IhI8 oeau It 8. A unit of measure (abbr.) TEN LASTS V I M

Chester "She Are tbo>> stables Are you giving ttr COWl a. 0. Wading birds.
kept
--- : sure can dance. clean_ po- square deal 12. Chemical STAGE E N T R A
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FRIDAY, FEnKl AKY 13. 1112:;. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE CRAP!!. STAltKE, FLORIDA PAGE Sfv' KNA :

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j WREN I nUEI\";) At.E HE.IN; total iiitoriuil u-\omios collected from '' foul I'..uiilv, up"il th. Mixed, ilny. of \1..*' 1.

-- -'--- l I' l i't/ .nl, the limit lUniHi. in nail fun .
Peep Behind the Scenes At Fashions ,I A man I''a, he>! t the jninio of life at all sources prior to 11MI\ \:!, The tobacco' Sinil.. ,Floods, l In. nuwr' n. 11',11 .if rhlhiliil InL n

tax in 10JI.1'IIS six per cent grantor ,', nuiiiii-l" ,,u in. Mti.l. tin I .-s.
I j'S7 ycal' Hit even then his, heatingis T.I: "I'll,1.1'1,111 I II,.In.,. l'n-1! I'e.
on the diivvn-gradu, ,as that senseis ( than it was th,' your before and it I'nrmrnirr. limy "l-iirmcntfi' I M I ,r,
constitutes almost 12 cent of thl'ICII""I'unll'nt's I lull.;, 'U.Hi,. t'mli. .rhlll. All. n I ,?,. '. i, i i i, I
per|
more utue at ,seven or eight! )'eal's. I'nI.,.rhlll I Ids llnWn, |I','Ii i". i c:,i., ,i,
Which Will Be For Wear Such t i. the belief of l'refessar Karl internal revenues from Riven.. \I..\ I t'ndrhtll, lin I 1'1.I II I

Popular Spring 1''I1I'50n I distinguished scientist.A all sources--Iteidstilk'. { | (N. C. ) Review :I II, ,..'IhiUnit'. ?ml. 1'.1.",i Ibises I Yeasty. 'I.I.'mail' u I I/

few years ago. Dr. Eugonc Lyman urlilir nililinli.il m SI1'i'. I.?' Ill" 'h".rl
-- -- -- 1'nnir. II,",11,.,In. ii. h.', by il -,xrn'1, I ,u. tlloII .
-- Kiske expensed his opinion that our tillOWKHS ARE I'NAHI.E\; 'TOSlTl'LY : ;' | .1 I In ,, ':, I,, Ihuts,| | nod'I| |,oil| I b,, 1M.1)| .
.T.t.: :
I .__ -ow bodies begin wearing nt the ago of 13. I, 1-1 i ,, :nntltn, : ,>, ,.KH,: f
.
American Designers L'scmerlcan, : RADISH DEMVNDDrfcinmk : I I'-' Inn I I. ,In thi. lilt vf < "nul. ant. I
this 'cry unuaual meet, {luck, of So authorities disagree.! 'in hI' cnim,', "i I' in smell. ,U nnixiI t l to
Fabrics In Notable Diriplii r Comla.gtlar\ l Bl't : -rapheen hat a But the averageman undoubtedly 11 a'iuii t ti I: nkiiiti i .- nnno'd I .1, h 'n'[Innti" 'If ,
It i. worn Springs Growers. me un Ii* ,nit, mil:'t iiny .:n.. | :nromw:: rla, : MI,u': mil t tI.
--- simulated lito i )5:6t.; ; the of his .
I I .l \ roaches plnae-lc- physicalpowers lull ,nil thiimih .
able to stipplx the demand l for. end or '.nI"I' Hi in. 1C .1.I r ,1| '
(By Emmu Flu WiNon, ) -' over a waitt'.",! cf white piquetL before he is 30. Thereafter ha .''r i .ilir\cl nil foil w... t.'..mi, It.... s 'ih
i islirs produced in this tu-ctton, althiHigh "t'x.l I iimrtci ".f UP Noithu.Kt u anor| ..f i*. {
New York, Fob, 1J.-HVLM if one' slowly deteriorates. His health maybe they ire shipping the'in in I Ir,' n Iw. ..nil -i\ -III' ". l.iwimhi. l'ies', : .. nh'
Itnivr I: I. ... ., .., _"i. ,. ..
good But the endurance of youthis I n-l Mil( IoI. I | ?
had not contemplated the immediate {, I 8":J bnirol lots and 1 will begot\ c'.irlo.ul. I Ishipinents iiu, .ilium" I and.| hula I I", |i",.li..1|( ,.| i miy
election and of on the wane. I I',I.-.i "Inwiisrss
purchase new spring vvillun hall
; n I tint I it is t tI

clothes, the clover woman will keep : Old ago really begins in the cradle. staled: I fnl ( "tl.- ih.MY.Hi IIMMI Joy, "f t"1,1'11,1; ,,,, si,, "t': It.V |PI'. i i l i.l J.l. .

abreast with the fashions now being ( That In. our care and environment in |I Two .planters, liavo JO(I lit.1'"t"l .. \\' M.III?:IIMV" r

presented for Spring and Summer :J : Infancy determine to considerable extent i| CXu-ct| to haivi'.t tictvvri'ii, in.lit and l I *'"" lit t9rlk c
wear. Many women devote Fobrmu.v ( the number of years of strength j I nine hundred\ bin.: ', vMii-hini, anAverage I P. enly t II.:. it.

and March to choosing uiul 1 making I I I and health that will be available to us ,, nt' Jon! p'altli',1 i I b.1I" I I. torluch i *I\1*"I l 10.DVD' ",1>IN.gtlvt'V fur .;...nod mi.Inlniiiit"VOTICK'TO K. 1. Cltl'I'.N.; bd.nt-f1" t

their spring and summer clothe, and !'! lieforeo' begin to go downhill \ph>'si- \\' they I'I'' .i. 'I". .' :,.1.I seer I Ihlll'r'I l -- --

because of the advanced fashion I,, / 1111)'. I, or .1 1"1'" I ,'" I .u ne'I'I *:-nilan !I IIIUPF1t4I .

shows for the benefit\ of those who I i, r r Despiteall wo can ten, the summer tide, it t is.aid. I I ,01..1 I' I III. .. ill I 100 """..1".1 1t".1

go to winter resort, it i is not at all\ j his thirties -- - -- --- ,fI''. ill i I..r. '. Rrndf'rd iCuntv., "it-, is.
of life In d..
is brief early n 't i r" -f tin mrntniy rf, ,H I... t'u.. .1 I at
difficult to make costumes now that man begins to realize instinctively JOIINWIIIIE&CO I- II".il.ln. ...n1l116.01\ ,m,. \tn', ',, i"ih.
will be exactly right when the time ,I'' mil nt. Hint I bole l puhlk'!>. pin" ,a 1 for ,llu,,> I
that lie cannot stand exposure and LOUISVILLE 's I'I I ?"nu u] di'Inrllt'| :

comes to wear them. [ -AJ1 qlj.a strum he could In his teens and lY.ifli.'it; On i',in.vlit, .r Mhril "tyii| ,li,,u,t,,i- 'IM ,till'
as fcUWihr* I. 1137 CT'"" T.-:. ::T .. ,l..i" rise I hid h' I Ix. ."I.J..j .,., i,.,, ,. .iii.,,,, .,.Pin
What the well dressed Americanwoman twenties''. tlt..rl ... ..d' r7 : ->>' 'i 1 .1,.nn".l'nhrn' ni, n i.inrii, ,.. Ii. d.n'nald, I liy .

will wear this spring und ) Of men between ages 21 and 31 who Full coos, Mw< 1 \ P h.' tru'd. ,
A Ar x Vlt.. nor. on,, ion iru'k nlili sin, I dump\ ,
summer was authoritatively decreed a w'i 1\ err rolled' up under the Selective Raw Furs t ,l.i>il\. 'unit cub. ,

the American Fabric and Fashion I I It..1 y Itil.l.m' f, finiiUli romuha.e i .Mil.\, ,
at :M i MIC- Act! :38 In every 100 werere ., | i''in I
I f ',ni hid ,, ,. .
)
cy I 9nnnn n nnil' wh h .1.I "li\ r\ r in
Show held recently in New York. The ire on account of physical defects.aid end nit f li f1""I"i
Habitual Constipation. Cured : | ruiif o Mini I ? I '11 In
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purpose of this exhibit wall primarily t IKO-. deterioration, which Is the in M to .21 Days rant.I' nil: It MIn,,nrii ri.irvni thr-' lout ti:: r. ,jtt:;' any:: ; I\

to show the superiority of Amorican- I(...ic runner of ph.vaiclul dissolution "LAX- "OS \VI11I\ PM'SIV: ; is iprepnrod spet' ally- K: s MIrI'1II't1 l l sx I

made materials and fashions. That the h.ul sunk into them. Syrup'lonii'.I.n\.iilvelorllubltuulConst I n"11

new spring styles will leave nothingto However, man is in the lute autumn U'nt ion. II rrhrl'rs promptly and P ii mi"
.
i in''Inn' ; ,
'I.; ,1
should li token regularly! fur 11 to 21 days :'
be desired-in color, fabric and de- or u niter of phyaicini. condition before > "': :
induce rciiulnrurlmii. II Stimulates andKi'Huliten.
to (
MARTKK'H YALE
sign-was proven very conclusively.All he icachcs the summe-rtimo of Very PluuHinil to Tnkn Glee

the newest fashion develop tt-ar. 't'==,=ad :_ : mental development.It i per bott Iu. Nntlrr 1 in hrml.v. Mh'.n1"'.( un.l p nml hrlrlui

ments were presented in a manner is u rare man whose bruin has --.-- -- uf a. Html doer* of fon.hstir' .. rondo

which leaves no doubt that American- The coat of this. Costume Pn any pronounced degree of wisdom! and A >TOINIO\;, 1"",.'Inn rendered nf tho Clii'iill hy, the Court 11"1.\nf the' '\I I'I I,\lull' 1.I.nr.nil-

made materials and fashions. are unsurpassed semble is fashioned of \\' lute, good judgment before he is 35; or -10\ (Irovo'M Tasteless chill Tunic restores ,,' enroll of F,..,htn In and frr i I II,, nilfir.l
('''''011.. in ('hnnci' ilntoil. Jnnuniv. .
There 150 models Joseena, and is trimmed with hands ry 2. 1 I'26'
.
were of white fox "''- ut the earliest.In EII..r,1alltl, Vitality by Purifying antiEnriching ,In, tend, cniiHp 'lhi.nln hiti'ly pending, I...i ,, ,'tn
present--u mode for every style- at the cuffs and at the this way nature compensates us. I Chnrtia Knrninn. Aompliilnant. end \\ IIInm!.
feel tinstrenftthenlnil.
I, from the youthful mist. to the more bottom. The frock is of yellow As I the Blood.Vlien you M Kiimihln it nl, iliri.i.lnnt, th, ,,.,,l.r
I faille and is trimmed with White our physical powers weaken our invlrfiirallnd effect. see how nlxnul, w ho. wow I ho n.l n ni|"iinlnl, a* Si, ilnl
matured matron. i intellectual powers strengthen. nut 1M...|, r In t luinci.ry to seem,, the Hnmis will b
I Joseena in an applique design. : it brings color to tho cliei'Vs' and how ,, ,
) 'I on M' ii.lnv ,II.hi. Pad ilny ...rI..h! IllJS ilur-
Ensemble Costumes: Instead of iown only to certain Ultimately
a point.
up
I Beg th. Intel hium. of nailliofurn till' Court
it improves, the nppetitn' will then
you
The noticuble absence of afternoon Developed of \Nhtte Jewelton tomes senility, when mental ll.IMI. -'i.I ,in Ihii-k, "Florida' colt to tin t
( .;;"'C c "1ol1 ties 1 lone fnl'UI-1 appreciate' its trim tonic vnlur.Grove's 'hivhi.l' mil I I I., -I I I hiddrr,,! fi, rash. '111. fnllowMU
their ,
frocks would lead to that wide band of f l'ow'rs111,1 hrillIn
one assume its only trimming a dwrtihd' Inn.In. hinted,. I In tlrndfonll '
Tmlo
Tasteless ihill is
;
the ensemble c".tume-which consists black monkey (fur, the whole charm t.1"ht-lw/lrb'dl man squanders simply '"nnl\' I loilihi. 'lo-wlti j

of coats. which may bo worn of this day coat lies Ip its elegant best. pint of life. Old ago begins toov..rtuk. Iron and Quinine siiNpendi-il In syrup. So Ihi' Wi-t, hnir .f Ihn liiuihrn.t:; nunrtor. onil t
children likti, it. 'Itio blood nx I n.l I norm 1 In Iii' thulhnsst earnerIhetrof .
models ilviisnnl !
of these evrn
separate! or with matching frock simplicity All .. linn usually liefore he reallv | ...II I,, M I, l.ihn,, and the' W..t
_.____ American designers! and ncM-.ls. UU1NINE to Purify It und IRON: to ,
_
are by down hIlt( "f tin N.'itliru.l' nunrtvr nf thv South-
to busine-ss.
underneath is fast taking the placeof gets Small vondetso 1
.
made from American materials burn: lilt. \Destroys Muliiriiil 1 tliTins, and i .nut mini. In i.f S.'Ctlnn alx till, t.iwnahlpHIM ,
the elaborate afternoon gown. few reach the top of the hill of sir n "i l. South'' ItniiKi Iminly-two let l ) mat,
.rip by its Mreiigtuciiinii., InvltJuTiitintl ; : I
germs : : ;
of flared. e-oss For youth while it work ra ,unha, In ,tin: miuruuittv. nlni'ly-fiillP' (041. 1
Most the coats are slightly may llToet.:: (illc.L 'I./.,, (run ,

One interesting feature in all models hard, rarely exerts itself to the limits 'I V. lust nurr'r' |.|.,"In, ,,(.,. Anlil sale tn ha

shown was the numerous fleeting veloped of Jeweltonc. The frill down I''I 'HUNK 'inis OHm I of its (lowers. 1unln' I nul,pu. I snout,pool, i,, onl.1.| uterus lu .otl.fy Ibawnn'r I

panels. One wall never quite sure the front is faced with a contrasting, The years, that lire wasted. ore tin A. A CHEWS

when or where one of the floating I shade. The buttons down the front :, Before you mail that order for I most important of all.-Jacksonville /r CAN B'OCINDR.6EO.l.DICKERSON! I An liiirlal Mauler In Chnno.ry.
I- II I YTONi
would next Sometimes. give it an added air of tailored simplicity : merchandise to an outside concern Journal a x II
lengths appear I i )H i 1 h9:1 \.IN. ,.inl .
think it over a few minutes. I( -----_ I "milninnnfa. millrltoni. f
they are suspended from the shoulders and charm. It has a new "kick i j I -'- 1.80-81-3-87

-cither at the front or back- pleat" at the side. Perhaps you'll change your mind iur. rsrT\\: I'.1YER'I'(1 I'SCI.EK. RtCTAL' ye.m AND PILVIC t> .bye JPICIAII4Ta set -MHr"it'SU: -- !

and at other times they appear at the American Styles Here to Stay about it. .\ I \\\S ICING 'IOIIVCCOIf JACKSONVIlLl HOWlOA .
I[ The dollar sent out of town is I roUr. .- In hrnhy ulv.n; that, under and by \
gone
hip line. However they are shown as Another street frock-more elabo- of the ----- viitm, ..r. .n hand. derma nf fDraetoaitra' mail :

an addition in any way tend to obliterate J rate than the others-is designed of forever. expenses A".vt'rnmt'l1l erron I .. .. "t )IIIC"I< II'IIII >II K 11 H K IOI ;il :t rIlIC'CJ(1C1I i mil,,:::t: nil:ii I,nil liy' III. I llomirahlit A, V Tana.
I I The dollar spent at home remainsand the Increase, the money tn. meet luilui. i.f Dm rlraiilt. : Court of the Eishth !
the siniplu boyish lines of last Amber lli-lio, Charmccn. It has an in- I the Increase I is, being developed. bv t III'I :: COFFINS & CASKET j'" tii.lliliil t Ireult. of Morhla, in nml for Itrail- : j
year. New and feminine touches I' bet vest and culTs of Frostkrepe in a !I works for you. I f..,nl, t'"unly. In fhsneeryIn1e's January 27.
I Iboyi..h It circulates at home either in civic Internal u-ve-nue tk'lI altnu'ht. Ki-tlorul I I'l ro, In Hint' .'''"... lliiTi'lii Inti-ly nrmllnir h. I
enhance the charm of ::I And Full Una of
greatly simple, paler shade. The cuffs are shirred to' tuxes poured' \ into that office this a 1 I 11 tv.? ii i hnrlin I carman ('iimitlalniint, end

models.To fit snugly around l the wrist. At first improvements, taxes, better schools, the amount of $2,7lt,179,2"!) This Y"lrto ::' VnJ..' l.... 5uPpLr. III IIIIt' linn, H ymlU I ,*1 .1.I ilffumlantN I tha ,iimlnr. '
I 1 churches or goes. into more merchani Hlitmil who nni lhi>n>ln apHiliiU' aa SpvelnlMiiHlir I
be tall}' smart, the spurt costume glance, It has the appearance of an III In .. .
disc was $rI.I..II,: I : |,030: more than was collected 'hnnci'ry to .elll. !h. acme. will.
for needs.
which it absolutely indispensable ensemble costume. It is, however i your next q AUTOMOBILE HfiAKSEAlw ; II on M.ndnr tin. god, ilny. of Mach. III2B., ilurImr 'I a
last
Your neighbor taken better care of i year. The tux on Incomes tin, hirnl linnrH. of Nnlu' hi for III. Court
to the well-dressed vvOman's'wardrobe merely a new version of the tunic I needs and wants than does the I land profits) produced! a large annum! :$ f. on hand. The. best a.rw i iI II","... ilonr, In Mtnrki' Florida' sell to the j I

nui .t be of utmost simplicity which was so popular all winter. The your but tht. biggest i .. at the lowest prlrrs. 8p.- I :hiuhmt:: ; nml" 1..l l hl.lih'r' for CnMh, tint followfmr -
who has tax payer of all i is i : .i i
stranger, no interests in you, ii ilmrrlhnl Inintii. Hlliinlnl in, llrailfiinl
of line and of impeccable cut und slightly! circular effect from the hips further than King Tobucco The government wits 1i: flat attention to Ulrirraph orFmbalmer- fount Y. Hurl.. I..wll ,

finish.. Due ot the detectable differ- down is shown to best advantagewhen to get jour dollars.. I not Imekvvurd in .f1. Registered. : i'I I Tit.. Mi.nthuiNt urn. .h' of Biiotlon twinly- I
of1 I Your merchant-neighbors' future milking/ levies upon :f ".".n I IJ .I "Hi.' Flint: 1".lr..r tho floiithwmtiiunrlir !
CIKCbilvvccn the tostunie
sport worn by the taller woman. I i I him ami his eonliihtition of th. ulhwiiit, the
I I confidence Inward liiinIdnting iinnrlfir. and
lust spun and this* is the absence of j The range of colors/ and till beautiful -' depends upon holding your I the ) lic I! I 1..1, half, nf tin. s,,,,iih wnl nunrlir of SiKitlon .
nntion's I
tin bin.hU" coloicd sweater of lust designs. displayed in a man lie's always here to make mistakes' expenses anioiint- U DeWITT C. JONES \ ,l"inly lKhl' I 1251' The HoulliiviHil' quarter nfhi. ; i
) prove .
IInIl11"'n.t
to thicnnifnrtuble of ;:12.. ( soul oulliraiit
I good.I I sum $ ,- iiumtir iiuart.r
!
spiintf) Instead, goy little blouses or ner most convincing that American'I j : ,!):) |. This wits enough to excite uj STAHKF, FLA ) of. llui Hniithwnil' uunrti'r. of Riwtlmt twnntynlm. I
junipers(> which lit snuglyfrequentlywith Style Creators and American Fabric I I}I When you spend your money with 1",1 W (."II The Houthwmt quarh (if the ;.
'I I 1 I the homo merchants you help them I hf- ,''l1l1l1i.-i''II'I', \Ulanfn, ftAt1PRAMrftl! :) I 1 mi n XTOOI' (1I't'lC"nlll", M |INorlhinnl' iiunrtir ,..erne sr,nn ((71 aarmi In
a high collai'- are being shown.1 Manufacturers are on a par with ''' ..1' tin 'the Soa11o'snt. ....n'r..r Murllon thirty-two
'I--I-' 1 tt\ Id liv lilnuio
v ii II
Worsted and Cashmere I IUuleSIol.t those found anywhere and that the I I I you assist in fostering home indus \HTrUH: HUB I i 're''. nil lyliiir mill hi,,'Imr In Tnwlliihlp Maven
try. I I I lie -t"t'd t that ,MI I I .. ,n in. tli:in, the 171 Minilh llnnui. Iwmty-on. (1211 Raat. all
Models I I French influence of American trade Nil lee ,In hrrrl'y I' vivre.1 Hull' under mil l h. "I"I..ln6' Ihi..,... {huiiilroil nvviinly-thrla (STS)
The number of sport models presented has been unwarranted. This display ''i They in turn help to build up the -- Irt"n. ..r n nnnl liirni' nt I Sr.rIrm'. nin.li'ml acres. mare or .linn
city, and to make greater opportunities I I I r.'ml..,,.d t.. 'tin. ll.niirnll.. A V. Idintfliulw I I A I.Hi) 'rim 5o,1th! hnlf nf Ihn nnrtheut'itinrli.r ,
m the lightweight worsted und the fust of its kind--was sponsored I ., ", ii,". I irr.nt ('uuh. "f thu I'lulllh'I sod tin* Hniitli half ofth. North half t
soft cashmere materials, both dresses, by the National Garment Retailers for you and for your children !I I"iillrlnl 1 I'trenll ..f t I..rl.ln. li, nml, fur Urn.I of ih,* Northi'imt iiinrlnr| of Svrnun sly! T.'t
!Spending your money at home I is r"r.l. futility. In ('hnnri.ry dated tlhmaryllh ship, aoviii, South, rnniiii Iwnnty-twn ; I
and coats, would indicate that they Association, and by exhibiting firmly( lure. In Hint ..".,. Ihinln Inlily |n'nil'. pontnlniliir' In llu I aiiiin'tiato 120 item, mora
will lead the mode in sport materials' established a distinctive American like putting a mortgage upon it tn iu )I.,.iw, ,11. Huriih. K: !I'lniik. rnfnnlalnnnt' and I or \li nnI 11
conicback to you. I, 4 M?IHiM 0ivwrrn. i't al fi'nillintH. the un I I I With the .1".I.n"n.. fla'il' ) .al. to be mite
The must distinguishing chaructens- school of design in textile fabrics and : d,lir-iirmil' I. who WBM thin.In 'I'I"lnl..1 aaS lium.innl In ail! .Ircrn.. lo .ntlnfy the acme 1
tic of the spoil models shown was the in dress modes. I Spending it away from home is. nut Unite |'irml, Mniilf In hnnnry. In. rmniiti th..inn. sod eoHti I I'i'
satisfactory. Your home purchase i i" John .'. Mill tin Mnnilny.' .h.. :end, day "f Mllr.'li. I I A. fi CREWS,
excellent quality and the fine texture i| r- \ I) 11'J5. hiring till '''"nl hiiini of Mali' *, b.I I A. 1..lnl Master. In Ch.ne.ry. It
of the materials, used-all American TEN:: l l'l.S-F4m: KKEI'IMJ: I better you can see and measure its If car. Ihi' frunt door i.f 'Ih. ('",,"ty ('"..., HUIIH.in r:. 11 LAY'rON'I' 1//
Tim rLAITEK SJ'lUCTLYTO value before you part with yourmoney. We love to harbor Ideas Mti.rk... llrH.ir.inl fiiunly" Kl.-rl.ln. .rll t.. ii ri.i.m, JRComplainant .. ./
made. I the>"'re easy to deend-wht'fI Hi. hilt'h" and |MII| lililili'r" fur rni-ll' till' fill I I II I '. ..,llullir l-ia-Kt-2-27
There are new color treatments TilE LINE; i I we set to raukln' figgers on the I;Mlnu I il..i::': ,rlliiil, InnilH: Nllnnti'il in Hrailfnrill : i

costumes. -____ I Buying at a distance you are buying but the l .unity. Klnrlila, tn-wit : I I MAMTKteM H\l.KNntln. : M
not found in lost springs value of a friend,- sum .un.'nll' at thi. NnrlhwMit corns ..f |
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The colors are soft and harmonious I' "Why KMs leave home" is answerI I a ('at in a bag. j' of any harvest holds the element I I...t I Irv' itl of a Hit ..roo (Ise glut' in the In hi.r.liy given that smear and Inpiirnunnii' r

however and be worn without cil by Mrs. Alice Fuubel head of the'Missing j, The merchandise may not be satis of doubt, till you reap yer SouthKM. r*>rnir if. thi Nnrthi'nat iimrlf orHii of. a rictnln final used nf foraciioMtini .
may Vi.rttu 'nut iiuarti'r lit Mi' tl..n twi nty-nlpnv of naif. main* and rntrr.il nn tha 27thilay .
fear by those women who must choose Girls' Bureau of the Chicago )J]I factory. I crop of theories and, later, :'. ::Mil, In rwnlil. |, HU :,. South ItnnvoIwinlvtwn I of .'.nu..r. ,. A. n I IDUn, 'In anil by the v

their hUed with I detective force, with the declaration Often it is not. thresh 'em out. IJJl nH riiriiriliMl Irr!In the I'uhlle I I.,liiilllH.{ of. thi. limit. Court. 'In and. for Brad f.
care. I Then i it isn't of f'u.ls: U-we find that friendship I H.o.r.lH; <,f nrn.lr.inl County.; nridn. for |iuint ford County. I lorliln.. In Chnncrry. In mat I
The Ensemble Costume was presented that mothers who forgot! they were a case going to in several l different "..r lliKinnlnir run toulh 'h.... himilrnl, nfl....infi.t ''r.rlnlo eaiMi ,Ikon'In prmllnir wlwniln lha I(
several interesting I once young themselves! are larlrelyr'slonsiblo I your home merchant who wants to comes tlifnci. Kant: Iwo himilrvil, one and ....- ntlann, Hank. of llalfonl, ci.riHir.llon.. Ii II I
in very I hold your confidence and ,Krndas, when we meet tho mIx- lust ,.-. I. them.> Nurth '10.... hnnilri'il tlftiwn. ( omiilainnnt: : nml H J: ,':.... r mil March
trials of to make
models. One model shown is developed | for the erring f'4; varied that's common to fut. tin, 'ncn Wimt ,twit hundred. nnn and nnoInlr R<'..I.l ..... hln, wlfo. ari ilrfnnilanta I, R M. It..1
white Joseena. The dress is' daughters. good everything ho sell you. i iII i If to curbexpenses r.it In saint, nf liivlnninir, with\ ho an I.,I..on. .. HniTlnl' Mum.'r. bail offnr fur acts
of the trades 1
try
I ,. has had ; you "."'....n.. tin.r,.unto t>*.|i>ntflnir. ,,,1.1 nail, I., nl., Public out. "rr. uinl' will null lo the hlnhnnt'
made of yellow faillie and is trimmed Ten rules for keeping the flapper'j your money, and i. when yet love U run- 1 1e. nmili'' "iHimiiant t.i Nnlil. ili-cn-i. to Miltnry. and' hail bidder for each, bufori. th. doer of 11

generation line are given by through. well there's nethln'esaper'a tin anil eimta. II... Court. Un...,..
with fox at the bottom and l at the in blrs.i i | ril..1 short,-- Miimi i, In Klnrki. llrailfiinl' County
Faubel, ('onsidc-r these things and wo Inlievi -- friendship-when you K: M JOHNS I lorlilK. on (hn 2ml .,"" of Marsh A. f). I02fl.
cuffs. which greatly heightens to advantage '' | Spieial Mnntir in C'hnnrnryIt : daring tinliunl, I hi.iira of .al., Ihn fiillowln. I
the effect of lightness and i 1. If your daughter is working let' you will not mail that order! p. (,,e the flimsy sort. .\' lillFRN: : iliiirrllii.il I.ru'rl, .Ui-wlti

her a certain amount of board, Tampa Tribune. But, the everlabtlii' articklethat's M.illrltor f.... r.mnlalnant 2.1. lt-2-27 I, The Noiilhwiiil, ,|,..e.I..r the North. Wimt'uiiartir
shoulders { pay '
gayety. Suspended{ from the I I needed In our arts Is thethat's '.r S.'ctlon Thirty-two, In Tnwnahlp

quite unexpectedly are panels of but allow her to buy clothes herself I rl.FRK'H RI I and have FINANCIAL: .1" m-rK mor" or Inn, In Bradford
some spending srArKwvxT I IFUN..II
the yellow faille. money. or COCNTT balm. for human hearts, In NOIK. I I. Imrihy ulvin. Unit iinilrr nod In C.iiinly, Pl.irliln.
2. Make the home a happy place. .leo-t Inrfiults I'rvunne.I nf n t-i.rlaln Final l>.rr.|. ut
Another Ensemble: Costume is. dc-I| Monthly financial' .tawm.at of Pr.il for 4 fuel, the stuff ta prtc< .. "u"1 .K M. JOHNS.
I I li iun f Hair. maid and intinil I on the
.I' Moonstone Serapheem Ott- Allow her to have company at home. founiy for tin month of Dit.mW. 11I310hnl that (oorrenpond from .'. 8pat/1.1 Healer.Soll' .
signed i II "invar' .hr".... A. t> Id.In and liy the A. 7.. ADKINH.
mun. The bottom of the coat is banded 3. Allow her to have beaux. II. I. ISJI Caaar.t._road. .. H.votlon'. faithful collar whore I",.,In.?. nt the rlrrult court In. and fur II.h..j ''II..r' for Complainant.. t 1.-aO-M.3.27
4. Don't --' '-- ---3,211/6 bottle It-In bond IFVa IUJ I r..nl l niinty. Fliirliln' 'In hnnriiry. in that rrrruin --
with twatone platinum fox. The nag. I Ifa-epiiU daring month s3i'il we rniiMw thnrrbIrndlnv, whrrvb'rh... W1DRR; roll. PUBLICATION -
frock is of henna und l grey Frostkrepe.It fi. Keep the home clean, so thnt II'n.r.nl Mnl Jan I.!.*urd 10'36.luring month1,631. .. I I II C'.nunn honk nf Kalfor.1, n "irynration' ,la ,

she will be proud of it. F'B'' rarldtin Tud.J,HI NN -.iirilililnnnt'. anil H.'rinit Pyal (widow 'n.rl7" : Juillalnl. I (',",..,It
lavi-hlv embroidered with con- I firmly its atehof
is ( t,..i. r,.",. I i. I"llw I n 4 mon. end her hiiutinnil, lion f'awin. llrailford' Flurldi 'In (.t I ,II..
trusting iolors The belt tied at the fl. Take an interest in her love nf- I 1121----------------- 1 1 1Z'. I role Mrflinil fwilui' '. Annlr "I'lunkottin.l .*fy.Ht.vi.
11..1..1.
during mi nth .. .. tt7 l I', t. II I'lunk.ll! her )nsIeud l I P: II" fyat > Kowalch ('
front, i.. a ill-ridely! new treatment I I fairs. I Wnirnnu, liunl. during month-.... i", .. 'mil' VI.I IiISnl hln' wit.. linn <'nrlli.n\ end I| .."m laln.nt
One ot the "Hlt.. ileiiirned purticul- ] 7. Make her realize that you aren'tNO nail Ian' I I. IIJu. _,. .___ '."" i I Will, .." Tnrltnn her h..I.. Ni.l.li' Wllkvr- ', Kowatch, In.fondant
I I It..* fan end. Fwler Will) ,........... .In. I IisI lan.I. .I"ne ;: \ \
from her r 1"I ,, .
ilifft 'nt girl friends | afflilavlt I ,
nth fir tl-i',,, who delight in rather n rtnl i)..e ,I I I"Z',. .._ _n.__ ... ;e1't ". 1(01.10 .out Mm Illlrh' ,her. hnn/1l/ nd. t..or- hill) flkil"i I'1"In ilia nhuve, .eiuted,a rows| |, ",..1..1 tend I f, I"II"ihu
K.TI.II i dar I .
bi/tin: ,modi i..l I-. ,is developed of WhiteJ"I..I. even if you are her mother. I \ issued It" monthVnrnnta w'. .i K flvnl and I Amnii.ln llvnl hi* w'fi-. ,I Kownlch the ili-fumlant then in se'n'd! I In n
the hut-, '! K. I>on't kill her confidence- by in- Mnl Jnn I J. l durinx month _____. I .'".rriin. ('"lh and ti t) c".,1.1 ,her himluiinl rrniil.nt of the ulalf of Flair .In. ,hit tint' she
It tiimmi'd
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80I .1 rh" llrnilfor.l' ( rniniy llnnk u corporation onuralH herself in that ....- ...
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torn with .I ier% widebiiui 1 1 of Black fanning her that you "didn't do Hal. Dm t. |'IM ut.taa4ar. fesd .Arl'.n.lanl",. t. K: M. John. UN Mfi..elalM wrvwl upon. her. ami' la over tlo'. n"i. ,..r 'iw,n-
and when girl. .l.02H |In ., i-r .hnll ,offi r for ..10! at I'lllillo nut I II ly.ne .
si/ you were a Cry I rush : It !I. thnrefun .1..1| l .
that
old
;Monkey: fur. It is a strikingly! Individual RMcipbi d innn month .___ 2'.1 i '. .I will ...Ii lo 'h. hlvli.it an.1 I Imit. ),Idlerraw rmlil.nt di-frmlani li. ami .

model, and 1 Paris could do nobette !J. To tell her the real facts about Warren nsl..isn. Innunl I I. "in.-i urine month. __._.u, ( l li. lu'for- the done if th. four! house, I to appear" to II.. I.ill ,,f mmplalnt In h.nhy,' HI, .I r.In.iulr.il"'iM I ...
life. I..I I IItal 'n HlarUiItrnilfiinl' County. FI"rIo'.n' the "aiiaa un or hero." Monday ,III2ml. icy of
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'r. I 10. Keep yourself "up" and l don'tgel ,,..,. I, 1924.1a11Wing.. .. .read. __. ..._. hI"E.1 .n..1 I ilay of March A. I) ices. rl.irlnu .the 'I'll M..eh. .\. r> t1'i.thurwl.u leer .110..11.,.n.
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The !Street Coat: Will Be PopularThe RicplPU durlnii month ._ ; : I horn iif nail*. the follniflnir it...?.1.,1| f acid Mil will I,.. Uk.n K, eunf.nl| br .,aid| (
"run down at the heel. -Ex. i r''irl' y. tn-wlt : The nll.h..l quarter nt d.ftndant.
street coat which will prove Warrant luurd, durlnv month _. 1 .
sir 'Houthwiiit ,
iif It .
flirttnn I I"
quarter Twnntyirht ftlrth. .
--- --- Hal)'. Jan. r ?rl nil that this' "nlr I I.. ,h.Uh.il
I. 1925nesra. .. |I"
ofprnctiealtty .___ 7 .;':
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Townihlp Son. fliiiith .
frooi standpoint nf Ranttn Twuntyfu .
most popular a onr. n w. 'k f"r four i-.mxoull' w. k.
is developed of Moon- I STONE MOUNTAIN! HALF Hal I.e I. *524-------------------., raa4 / \ M\JGT ee !RIJVVINQ ," Kant. enntalnlnr. forty ant flftMin-on.- In the nra.lfonl, I.,,,mly Ti.lr..ra.h. a n..ws.pcp.r j
DOLLARS TO HE MINTED R<*ilpu durln month 7761 ,IN. %LAPS THESE UAYS-JL/VG/NO 1'onlr' *Ihs sire.. In nrailfonl 'ounty. Plnrlila.R piilllnh.I In ,1.1' County "n.'.1 I So.- ,,
stone Jo-ccna. It is a wrappy, elegant/ I W.rrnta, limed: during --. tii':=::: I iyrue LAROF r4ueletR OP WLYSilrlINti M. JOHNS This .I in"mry, _'ih I I'iv. .

mod..I.I with a fur collar of fox. The Atlanta, Feb. Announcement Itch .'.Inn I. 192" ._.__h__ ____ 77 N I .Rt.iV..v.. WAITIMO I / ADKIW ."" M..I..r. /SEA O. W. AiDPRVSV. .
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one' large pocket is beautifully cmbroidi :, WitS made, heretoday hy Joseph. A. "l D.II I 1024 -__s __' __ '" 2s"1" / Solicitor fnr Complainant, :2-1-11-2.27/ C. A KNnal,' 'I .

'reel in gayl colored wool. | McCurdtrrnsurer: of the Stone Mountain KT./IPU ilurlmr month ._ r."l I' rilf OtlfilH" lrv8 PUBLICATION A K raBws. IkD"v 'J. rk
Wur1nt., .
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Fi"r the miwho is looking for Confederate Memorial Atsoein- n..1 l Jan I lua?. ....h.h_. .'.. ..00. I :' .. In. th. Circuit Cinirt In nml for Brailforil for rumplalnant I 7t' 77Fi 1

sonwthinC'NY! different from the ti"n, that .',..000,000Stone ,Mountain ..rlnltar Pacd a r '''Jh''. Klnrlilii. in .hane.> .. -
ry ov
lI-lI.d straight-line boyish frock, there :Mt'mortal hair dollars will be distrib- tint i OK i I. 1024 _._... .h.__ _.. 'I I5 .t RILL TO QI/IKP TITLE : llTI('K OI'AKOIAN' tlthk
rtre.lpu During Month .. .
_..__ ___' \lr. T
i h a street frock of Commander Blue.It 'I.d I through! the banks of the Uni- 'Vnrranta ...u.I| during mmta ._u_. K Uml.rhlll >t all Thirty lnyi .fl..r darn ;.sent I. |I.
|. Pal Jan. I I. I i926I) I l le. Cs' In the Non. I.;..,i A Iin-In.r: ,,, I.ut' I'I lio
has n simulattd Eton jacket over ,1alI"at ,. I --' r distribution begming .II|l- l.ltllr. rt .1! .li.r.n.l.ntu .
sir Ilrsdfar.l, ( .,. '
I January 1 I. U5J "to uniy I.1.I r d hi. r..r. r. loKollrllor
w ,if white pniuc Two roc I: .' Mi, 1 1. The first 1.000.- | !lien! If....| rnmfy r.mlV. U oliTom of known Situ.*"r unit F.lwlnIfiinenek. ,."II al ,.r"',ni'I'--u' nli. ,h. 'f's I i..
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frcnt "i. .. or Pk.riila., nflmiii pnrtiiM itvnlfand fast 1,1 I I.u. ''. hI."'or' II d.i -P,. I-i.|
i..f tmv ''rid I I l buttons: down the I f",1' sl l c a 1, ,. the IISBOthi .. + If oVail all parties elaimlnir nn Int.rent .
? I h. hr 1 ..,ur, that '... fnnanlnr "'al-m.r.l mli.r, of rranh II'r- 'dn runrd I, in mil I f 1.|
ut'i thi. whit.. pique waist-coot gives i' '. right t" l j the of lh. r...1.'. and dl.......iint. of |h. J d. r.acrd 1kknown nr otherwise earl.and, who.. rr.oath lil. .uf .them 1'.wins;: iliwrnh' I hinil; :n9u'I, I c1I,, I '1. i [In j :
nc tin-
edges .f ,. '.'''''. Hmdfnnl Coanty far th. .. .. ar llrxlfonl, I'. illli, | FI"r"b I tw.lWet .
The J l' moon f .
a n.ivil I touch. scalloped L._;'a' : r pri* e, tr uTInounifrmnt < "wn and tn all other unknown part) ,
bound tleremhr. 121.' l I. tru. and cornet taat -, tie l i-',,i.mm* an Int..... In hors. hviwlnaftrr dr.UREC'rINnt half of murk t: .m. 'in 'l r of .
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the )akrt and the skirt are -aid. of my knowladic. and ..."., yrr ...rlhi..1. llnmiif''nn J
with .. ',k braid. O W. AI.DFRMAN. I : You and' ai-h of .. h.r.- rim, '."'n.l Jar. nf January A. n IDS*
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total for I' tVhn II. n' tern ) comtn.ik irtBy I j. ly riitjlriil| to hp. ami site.., before the .
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EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1925.

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Some people ask "What is there' : will be taken u> eonfauwl by laid di.fendant.It .
,\ I th grade: To appear later. Lecturing subjects
Bradford
County l 10 further ordered that this order be
Ttluyraphj I II ,back of Florida-it i ill not a manufacturing j grade: Morton Clark, Ray If you have heard him once you will published oac a weak for four coinu-outiva,

slate nor an industrial state; Highland, Feb. 13 Browning, Edna Strickland: hear him again, if you haven't heard week in the Bradford County, TiliKiuph, a
published I 'In fluid County: nod .
htate.Thu
here newitpupur
ti i hli||' .hp. .tl l ur.. ?\\ nnrtrrd! : ,,i" it has no big pay" rolls-what constitute shipments from Mae Hiiisun. :Mrs Bessie Meh, you have deprived yourself of Kbruary II, 1926.
.I its value ? This M easily an- slow owing to the > teucher. something good. U. W. ALDKUMAN.i.Stnli .
t fecund, clays: matter, ut the post :, swercd : There are approximately ing up like they ., ( High School I\ -. -- I., M., JOHNS Clerk Circuit Omrt

t .)' office at SUrke, Florida. I I:.!1iOOIJOOIJ people in the United weather conditions, we :, grade: Wilbur Marshburn I I UNION TEMPERANCE MEETING I -uihcttur for Complainant._. _:.-i-3t-1-13:; I
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rm. -= \ )States and Canada north of Florida, too much cloudy Williams. | --- I
I. UATTOKWH__..__..__-.---__Owa.r.lJ. | and it is estimated they have about Hope to be making grade: jussie Mae Bennett, The Ministerial .ociation: of MUST MAKE RETURNS TO
C. ROII1N8ON._________M.n.glng, Editor. I Ii :oOUO,000,000 J ( { cash, and there is in a couple of weeks. Norman. Mrs. T. J. Alderman, I ii Sturke, ut a meeting held last Wednesday I SECURE TAX EXEMPTION: \ :
i, only one Florida. It is now with its !Mr. and Mrs. A. J. i| ; Florence Matthews, Miss Caro- I discussed the question of law
'i Assessor Wainwright Stresses Importance
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inireuHing population and wealth J. U. Hendry were teachers. enforcement In Bradford county and
j S.
S. Dowiing,
: 'V J.lSIIEU EV Kin KKIUA1 | ,, decided that the time had when ot Making Returns
rapidly becoming a manfacturlng, industrial Honvillo Wednesday. i .. ._--- come
-- -- ------ j jSUB5CRn''rtJN and wholesale state in many Mr. and !Mrs. Curtis i{ !METHODIST[ all of its citizens who !relive that the la Person.

) KAlK I 'lines, with a big market. Now that 'Jacksonville, spent the -- 1 laws made for the moral, mental and Hereby 1 give notice to all property
the advantage) and attractions of I
Per Year .on_ __ $1.50 Florida aru becoming properly and 1 Mrs. W. A. Starling. I who attended the services at solidly aligned in supporting the of- am now ready to take tax returns

Six 1\1"l\lh'l\ ___ 75cs : familiarly known, it is said that thereare Mrs. II. C. < .. church. The number I ricers| of the law in their efforts to for the year 11)2.5) and will\ be at my
just two kinds of people in the Winifred Wimberly / &' than usual, oven though convict und punish the men and women oillce in the Court House in said County
-- -- United States, those who live in or visitors to Lawtey i ," in the community in keeping who persist in violating these on Monday and Saturday of each

ionic annually to Florida, and those II. C. Wimberly, s away who otherwise would at1 1 laws.The week until April 1st.

I who want to come and live here- week-end here with < : ministers of nil the churcheswere '[he law requires all tax returns to
\\'II.hl nlton Post. I M. L. Crews, of pastor for the morning took as" present. at this meeting and be made from January I let to April1st

; I ---u- j jIn relatives here several I : "1'he buffering Christ, unanimously, decided that a law enforcement of each year. Under the new laws

M showing the farmers the value Mrs. Mu U. i the 5B chapter of Isaiuh and meeting should, be held in and conditions as they now exist! it is
of diversifying, their crops and not 'were v isitors to 20iO-l::) (! as u scriptural ,the Baptist ,'hlllch1ulldny: evening highly important that every property -
iltiiig everything tilt .,f Mr.: and Mr*. W. M. I for hm sermon. "It is sin, and first
t rS I on malclnc j March 1st. This! will be the of a owner make his or her ritmnto
sa ,>,ne upturn crop, the Jackson (Ga.) Waldo, spent the ," said the minister, "that series of welch meeting'" hold: to improve the assessor in person in *>nl,.r to
i'.j.'n' ',s-Argun says : "(;otton is a Mr. and Mrs. H. C. the heart of God und that } conditions in our county. properly adjust the $;00.00 eXt! option

iunderlul, I crop, can he Hold any timoif Clayton Strickland: I His Son, Jesus" Christ, sor- ,I Every man, woman and child allowed to a householder, or head ofa
N:.,. 4'5 > tiny< ar, for Home price, is good Luke, spent Sunday to the grove And Mince it is should attend this meeting if they family. Also to property adjust
I j on market of the world but don'timagine Mr. and Mrs J. E. ; wounds the heart of God he
i 1,1"crhh'I'' IJ.atwUI,1: highway' any possibly can as matters of vital importance your assessment on intangible pr"pe.tYlIuch -
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$: Adaouutlu.ilSniull ) that cotton can pay for ferti- nounclng the arrival of those present to go home and to all of our citizens will\ be as bonds, notes, ace junta,
I li.'i-r, food and feed, poison, labor, born Saturday. more. At the evening hour, the" clearly and logically placed before cash on hand or in banks, stocks,
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ii | _hut!", clothing, etc., and then make Mr and Mrs. F. D. being ill with a touch of in- them. i (except State and National banks)

7 i town merchants uro those I the grower rich. It simply will not David Lung were llev. Uuughvrty, pastor of : mortgages, franchise, credits etc,

who look upon money spent for ad- |, pun out that way. When cotton is Saturday. church of Sturke, filled I I OKDEK FOR PtrlHICATION which class of property, under the

d vortislnK as a donation to keep the ;grown as a surplus it is one of the U. U Black, of taking as his text tho In Circuit Court. Eighth Judlelnl Circuit law must be assessed, and your fail-
editor out of the poorhouxe. grjuutcHt crops in the world. Cut there here Monday looking words of Job: "If aIan! ftrndfrml County State uf Florida. In Chancery ure to make returns leaves it up to
I is a limit to even cotton." interests. lIe Live Again?" Rev. ,
the best
-0- the to assess from
assessor
'i 'Mnmiu EUuibeth Garrln Cnmplftlnantv !
T. T. Blackburn of splendid ser-
preached a
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scheduled to -1- information he can get, and might;
The world to come
was I|{ Iusillessibltor here this great question ques- Jntniw Robert GarrU. !Dufcnilunt
s an end luHt Thursday, but us! none of ,i Perhaps that com>ignmcnt uf 400 confronted '1 It appearing by affidavit nppunilcd. to the cost the tux payer more taxes. How
subscribers notified to change barrels of real old liquor said to be !ut F. D. Lang made a has seriously hill, hued In the atiiiM-ntatfd ,'"".,. that JamoiIti.l.'Tl ever, the maximum levy on this
1, our us bottom bturke Monday.Mrs. great and serious thinking Can-In: tie defendant therein naim-d
of the Chattahoochee
river
their address, the papers were Bent II. C. Wimberly the but of the present i lit u noe-n...dent of tho State of Florida and class of property is only five mills or
the has Jioen the cause of its yearly over past, j i la n rculdont of I'hlladelphln State of funnyKiinin. one half of one per cent on the dollar.
to regular postolllce.
fred Wimberly and And trust that those who .
fuws.-Timee-Unlon. That would be we at 1013 .Mii ti-r Stifvt. and I I" over
I The law "Where returnsare
: no
gays
I < ---0--- liams were shopping in him went home stronger in the see of twenty-one years ; It In the..foroonl".1
impossible wi.th only 400 barrels of
I that aid non-rxldenl defendant be made to the assessor before April
, ''r One raUway official is of the opinion l liquor. It should be classed as "extra: day. and hope that when they die, 'and he in hiteby re,<.iulr that the should be given I ev. L. A. Donnely live again, and not only live, bill of complaint. filed in add eatuie on or before
railways dry. I "
Monday the lath dny t>f March A. U known, and as tax assessor I must
the rlht-of-way| on all highways in .. -,- I were visitors here a more abundant life than rata othi'Twine the allegation of ttaid bill comply with the law. I earnestly solicit
operating busses and. trucks to feed Commissioner Agriculture Mayo J. Osteen and Kyle living here. i i assistance and cooperationin

i railway linen. That would be fine-for favors a big fund to advertise Flor Maxville, attended a Sunday the pastor will use for the your end that justice may be done to
meeting here Saturday ,' service the subject: ITCH HILLED
the railways. ida. Individual communities are doinga \ every tax payer in Bradford county.Respectfully .
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Suite-ring ,
large amount of if
and
-0-- advertising, rivii 1I11 ,
Punta Oorila will hove a publicity the state us n whole would unite in i service the" subject: "Man's: [' In 30 minutes with i'.ir-n-Ml-i-cide N. D. W WAINWRIGHT

tax of two Mills this year No better one big advertising campaign!, it r lye Mile, Feb. 13- in Creation. It ia hoped that, for .;0c Sold by Druggists. Tax Assessor.
member of the church and our
raise would mean much for the p..uple-Ex. T. L. Urawdy
way can be dov\Hod\ to money __ friends and visitors will make -
for publicity purpo es, and no community ---0 u visit with relatives
or unction will advance without A mom, ,' the amendments to the! Mr. and Mrs. T. U. to attend these services.
the proper kind of lvortlnlriK- rivers and harbors bill offered by sister, Miss Kosa Muu -.ihool: ut 10:00: a. m. : We can charge your

Senator Fletcher i III included the canal SturKe, were week-und (' at 11:00 a. m. YE 8 HRJ
-0-- from Waldo to Lake Alto and I and Mrs. P. P. Dekle.i at 7:30_: p.. mI'l1ST ,
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\ on Florida a constitutional citizens voted antondmuiit in November",nr.J lake from Luke Alto to Little Saute: l-'e i Mrs. Charles CHURCH BULLETIN- -- : : Storage Battery In lJ.

dren, of Ft. Myers,
)9 J empting from taxation personal" -- .. guests> ot her sister, !\ regular services of the church

PROPERTY to the value of $500. An inquiry at one college for girls i Mr. Nelson Dowlmg i conducted on Sunday. The

Now they are Informed It should have revealed that 133 girls smoked and I visiting relatives here school meets at 1):45: a. m. Visi- Smith Garage SFlakeit i

; been personal EFFECTS. 521! didn't; that 302 smoked with ap- UuLler, left Sunday welcome to join with. us ini

-- proval of patents: while 182 expressed irahum. He was i study of the Word of God.

An old nc- ""1) stopping, nt a sign on the opinion the college should provide brother, W. H. worship at 11:00: when the

'l a the Bide of a mail which rend,: I: 1)e- u smoke room for them.0 ', Mr. and !ftlra. I1. P. i presents the fourth sermon in !) SOO UQofltt119tItg3Qt1iILJottcMn5C8Mxgltatt'kJLRk13i1LSJOJOt: ( ;!
IT ,I tour," remarked. taut do tojr wens -- 1 recipients of an on "The Key to Life, and
( I 1 4 t About $ho worst he had ever under- The Tampa Tribune thinks the 100) party :Saturday It Works" These sermons are Lu

r- taken.--Times-Union. Here's hoping page newspaper is not so far distant. Our farmers are i on the rare story told by Jesus, !J
\\ this won't be said of the Maxville\ "do Jlut the largest portion of the present t sweet potatoes, truck : the Good Samaritan. There LAND AUCTION SALE :

tour" Sunday newspaper. \ used only on the "liaise what you eat ; more complete story of Lovo at
i -u- pantry shelves. you raise," is our than this. laid we are finding our

The papers are reporting that the I -- I !Mr. und Sirs A. L. I both inspiring and profit-

n young girls are being troubled with Some merchants are in need of a I Mrs. Dave Green, Mr. i | MARTIN ISLAND WALDO

sore necks. It's about time they were "faith treatment. If one has no faithin i Parrish, of Brooker, 1111."n:4"o( young people meet at 6:30 p. r ,

i getting thcirH. for p Ionic, long time what he sells, it is useless to try' to at Littlu Spring : worship at 7:30.: The ser TUESDAY FEB. 17 r
these very same girls have been makIng convince others of its worth. and also visited of some of the outstanding wo- r
I '"sore-hoada" of our young; men || Mr. and Mrs. Artlull the Bible are being well re-

and it is only fair that they should HOIJJ-U-r: 1' JONES: : ,' ted her parents, Mr. Wes e1) so much of ourselves
get thelrx. And just think, they're Monday and Tuesday. ., even in these far oil charac- HAMPTON, THURS., FEB. 19 '
frettin it in the neck!-Apalachlcola Robert P. Jones died suddenly at< K. U. Andreu and that the'study of their \la
his homo in Starke lust nigh I
Times. Saturday, the here on business engaging. On Sunday we
_t-- I cause of his death being apoplexy. He) interview a well known woman STARKE FRIDAY FEB. 20
wits ((18 yearn of age and had been a, PINS: Old Testament, to whom Jesus !
i Starting on a modcgt wale in 1914, resident of Starku for nearly four time pointed llis -hearers. This! P
.. ; cooperative extension work among; I year' coming to this section from[ (' Pine Hill, Feb. 3 \ we regard as the Bible's most
Florida farmers has !frown to such 1 Wisconsin The remains were shipped I Johns and Mrs. A. C. Society Woman, so that the FINE BARGAINS WILL BE OF- :

extensive proportions that today' I to his old homo ut Cumbria, -Wis. tending to business In
I will he "The Leading Society
.; there are home demonstration agents I Monday afternoon, Funeral DirectorDeWitt Mrs. G. F. Johns and of the Bible." Of course, di".- FERED. LOOK FOR POSTERS. :1:1S
.. in of mule and. Lucile Hall :
or county agouti, forty-vitcht | C. Jones in charge. 1 is made between women of
\ : the sixty-three counties in Florida/ it at Hampton one night and
society women. It is the .
Id stilted. The agents do u great work ANDUBW M. UAWLIN8 Mr.\ I'aune was a \' !! that r
I the Bible repeatedly
among the farmers, and have been ton Monday. i
and its both I
warning 1 h
men D
the means of greatly Improving fiirm- Andrew: nll+ linK, 71, died :Monday WillIS and Lawson need to hood: today. This ids r Iapton
log conditions in the state.-Times- moniimr at 12.05: at hid home i 1-oui" ', were the : ,
family church, so bring the
,. Union. northeast of Starke, after a short; t"r. Mrs.! Euln Johns, ones. trw .
) -- illness from a complication of discuses. Lynn find Freeman .
; n am it$ sCttifa:' gXI(,'TlC1tt 36'FtlDfplItWOidgTigICifft, "trg1Cl3f" .""C1C 1dflle
i Buying Florida lands in (large tracts Mr. Rawlins moved to Florida ton were the guests of CHURCH cTiuisf"

i for future development is another !Iin November, 11)23) and bought the i C. Hall, Monday.
Item. of proxruHii that In noticed in the i Uglow place whore he had made his i Mr. Sheffield, of i 20:7: we read, "And upon
state papers from practically every> i( home. Ho waR taken sick a week before purchased: the large t day of the week when the ,

i part of tin- state. Florida seems to be death cuiuo, and a sister, Mrs.\ Mr. O. F. Johns and is came together to break III ail
I entering upon an era of farm development I M. J. Putter, of Boston, !Mass., was week. We welcome (to commune) Paul preached
I that will bo fnr abend of anything with him. Members of the Masonic\ 1 to see Mr. Johns and ( ." Paul's preaching was in
I yet tempted, and thousands 'order! acted us pallbearers when the Waldo. The primary' object of their

r I II'' of acres 1 lying In all parts. of the !state 1 hotly was carried to tho train Tuesday Mrs. G. V Johns and !: tOJ'ethor'S: communion and !
i IrlliIIIP
t 1 I are awaiting the settler with moderate afternoon to bo sent to his former nue ant! Lucile Hall ,::-. Nothing HO deeply im- '

: means who Is desirous of locating I homo at Kenncbunkport, Maine. Sparr last Friday and s the outside unbelieving world

r I in a climate where nll-thu-yenr-round -. ---- with friends and r Christians to be faithful III-
I farming and trucking Is profitable. MRS. MAKY HOPKINS --------. the foast of the communion,
Times-Union. Real estate men in I It. n. S. 1I0. or no preacher. The beauty
Bradford county are reporting many ;Mrs. !Mary Hopkins, one of the old! Fifth of gratitude and thanks- '
settlers of Starke, died at her I home is manifested 1
by faithful
I inquiries lately covering large tractsof First grade C Class: n at- +Ilr '
I in the northern Il
part of Starke Tuesday at the Lord's house
land suitable for cutting up into :Sidney! Griffin, B. M. and the r'
night at 7 p. in., after a shortilhlt'ss. table on !ithe Lord's '
small farms by land syndicates, and i Second B Day. Gratt1 1
grade
She had reached\ the of : 1 ,
I scarcely day without age ft habit of Christian .
a pusses one or | Brown, Louise Brown, overy
84 years Funeral services were heldWcincsdny > In order
mure sales of farm property to newcomers Alma Thornton to test our gratitude wT4w
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afternoon at 3:30 at theI'ruKbtl'l.an this
being reported. gave > ordinance to be ob-
Olive
: Kay teacher.
,
r' church, Dr. Tucker con- or celebrated
Lord's
-oI every Day
| First grade 13. Class
I a: With (the advent of good roads allover ducting. obsequies.) Interment was berg, Grace Andreu, : fore at His (table wo have the' 1
1 lIt ('ro-hy cemetery.A '.
: for
things
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which
the country, rural mall service t Leon Williams. ; we should be
10/1
niece, :Mrs. Thos W. Hurst of 1
I I. has progressed at a very gratifying! Perkins, teacher. at the table we have fellow-
r t I rate, according to the postofflco de- I Chicago, had been attending Mrs.| Second grade A friendship, comradeship. His .
partment. It can bo rememberedwtien l lI Hopkins dunii,", her Illness, and she Turner and death. Come next Lord's "It[ has beer estirsntet.!
Georgia Jta by coi servative
,I'I i several years ago some farmerswere and other relatives of the deceased I 1 10 a. m. for Bible study and pub
[ have the of all. llullmpsvvorth, Louise lishers
sympathy DeWitt C. that at least twenty-five million
against the building of good people
'
1. mice Hussett Lois
I i Jones, funeral director had | ,
I chargeof
benefit, arrangements. Griffin, teacher. ST. MARK'S\ CHURCH I I will listen in on the radio to the inaugural address
\ i i Third grade A Class: _
I I -" of President "
( I t mobiles. But now the farmer owns I Jacksonville weighing machine, Jr., Arthur D. Jones, | service for the Second Sunday Coolidge.
I his own car or truck, and in the rural 1 ordered four months ago by the county Jr., Marguerite Lent will be at 7:30: p. m.
f I actions la to be found some of the I, commissioners to check on Hams, Martha h I I
up ted in
;'',a strongest advocates for good roads. I heavy trucks using the new county Third grade. B Class: of the church property' and oth- Have You a Radio in Your Home?

I .. The farmer now gets his mall dally highway', arrived at the office of Col. Dorothy Hitch, Lois have been set out Other
find! only a few hours after it Is distributed I William LePils, county purchasing f Alice Tharin, teacher. are contemplated.PRESIIYTEILLtN .
I in the city. The radio gives agent. The machine, a small object:, Fourth grade: --- -- If not you will have to impose on I

,, him both amusement and market and 1 I will be carried in the sidecar of one Gratton Cooper, Lucile : friends or miss an inspiring: patriotic
weather reports. The daily newspaperreaches ( I of the motorcycles of county' road ta Fay Gill, Sara Hope I' ;t ,
him within a few hours afterIt I i (patrolmen who will halt trucks appearing Ian Peek, Jr., Donle aehlng school 10:00: a. m. program. Be abreast of the times. Let ,
at 11:00 .
,, is Issued, and the car taken him to to carry a heavier load than Underhill, !Mary C. E. at 6:30: m.m. I us demonstrate the best radio---the At-
the p.
nearest moxies
over good roadse : allowed and weigh their load on the lie Stearns, teacher. I
in short order. With modern machinery spot. The patrolmen have power of I i, Fifth grade: Beverly! 1 I j achlng are at 7:30 p. m. I II water-Kent. Prices and terms attractive !
and good roads, farming Is I I cordially invited to attend
becoming
arrest and the commissioners have \, Williams Eloise Rit 'J. more and more a science instead instructed them to assert this
authorIty Wilbur Grille Lester
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Tucker
I of a drudge, and the farmer is In case of violations. The law, Ben Sternberg. Miss I has a vast storehouse DeWitt C. Jones

,\ ::! taking his place in the business world. applying to weights, is the same as I'! teacher. people on of every subject that '
today and will
Times-Union. the state law. you
-.- - ., Sixth grade: To his talks on scientific and manu- I
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