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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 20, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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WILL HE HEARD I IOVEIt Cave City, Ky., Feb. 10.-The long him from this tomb Collinx' body will I I
liOOSIS: 1I1IS SECTIONTO : :
: THE RADIO J Speed Her Forte ] -trundle is ended. 'I be conxignud: to a grave in the inv>> ,
NORTHERN
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:Mother earth after clinging !grimly after funeral/ .service under t the high "
The Atlanta Constitution of la-t .. .. in 1 life, and death to Floyd Collins for, j dome of Crystal Cav e, which itsel f I Crack 0' Doomcrs I .Mr. I-.iuu HaKcic- : ,--who purchased
Sunday carried on its radio the
page JI more than seventeen days finally surlenderc'd stands as a monument to the' man thetore |>iopi'i'ties occupiod hy
pictures of the artists who will be N at 2:45: o'clock this ufter'noon I I There, amid its stalagmites ami st.ilnctites :Scott's: Stoic- and the'' T 1'. Ciroiii ; -

heard over the new station WDBE of I, .\, and without warning opened n his funeral will be held. '\ on. :.N \1'.<111(11 .street i .lI' wellp'iaid
Atlanta during this week, nnd Misa tiny hole between shaft and I I The- '
I a rescue "nionunii-nt" to the rcsciu'workers \v.lh tln.s so. turn and 1 the purliic -
Marguerite Shriver, a Sturke girl |I the' natural tomb of the cave explorer. '' however will I lie-, t loin downby bo made 1 tluit he '' 1'11'1to Ills

will take one of the lending parts in "'I i Peering down this tiny Assure Into HID hands that built It. The icmc'shaft 11, ion.U in Ohio and tells Ihcjiii of tho

the program to be broadcast Saturday ;J :Sand 1 Cuve the brave workers who'; will bo dynamited uftei C..llin.. a.h. .intHM's., existing\ III Bradford

night, between U and 10 o'clock. .., had waged an unequal combat with body ban boon, removed. ouiiU' I'his letter WUH printed, In tho I

Central time. I the natural forces of the earth, saw "It is a dangerous I'llIcellId/ wi> .d,> ,I -.Ini, M. (Ohm) Nc'WH pf Feb. 5th, and
On this program Jimmie Finle\ t that what the-y hud fought hard '! not ,.
hll any one else trapped in I lh,'i < I i I ill\!I ieiroducithe| letter:
former program director of station fhall, been lost. 'jsaid Mr.
Curmii'htit'l./ in chai :'f <"i'tht Letter From The South
\VOM and bnritone-composer-piani-t. I ( olluiN was dead. > excavation. .\ I 1.1\ I' not ,U'c'eivc'd 1 the ShievoS. "

Will sponsor the broadcast assi-ted, lint they will reclaim his body, only Collins was trapped by a fa 111111 u "innI' I ciimo lo Sturke, I It'i
by Caliate Conunte, :Miss :Marguci,. i i r ie-tore it again to the rugged hilbiho boulder in Sum! Cave nl III o\,I.M k ', ii, bt I hotter write you. I nm get-

Shriver, the Criterion quartette ami i .lined as a youth and explored as Friday morning January ::11I.( Hi I i i .iKmr'' Hue nnd cnjoiiiig the mild

Jack RI gills. Concerning Miss Shner \'- ,i man. plight was discovered twenty.fom I ,M.I- Mini sunshine very much.U .

the article says.: Thank God they've found him." hours later und there then begun, a I I. ,. \co, bait' norm- "ruin nnd some ,

"Miss: Shriver u visitor from I'his was Lee Collins' single stateiiu great light ngiiinst nature to rciiuhim. i (mi.\\.ather, too, they huvo been

ijtarke, Fla., possesses u dramatic tit after his boy had been found. hippim' \ ; strawberries. nil this month.

soprano voice of exceptional beauty I.endcrs I'rai"e1.lulltl'CrS 1 I Heart breaking disappointment tin' Peian crop is. nil gathered. I had :

and depth that will bv heard! to ad A terse .statement signed by the workers encountered repeatoilly, .1 I iho. ,pleasure'' of picking oranges off .

,', vantage a variety of plou"ingda | t tbiee men who had led scores of othci nature* dumped ono hazard after another / I the ( "iocs', uivl, good ones' too. 1 wusat

eical and semi-classical offerings. in the long fight, told of the re- into their paths. I\III/"h'y lake yeslerday mid 1 111m J

"Miss: Shriver will make hOr debut! Mili and paid tribute to their assistants. At last however, man's perse* ei... i 'inline; you some (lowers. I gathered.l.I

'. to WDBE fans Saturday night but nee won and the limestone roof of I bought!: two store buildings which

'\ has a host of silent admires and her After describing the break through Sand Cave collapsed today under the ,lent fur $10 per month and I huviillnee f fI

'w. name is familiar to music lover's the roof of Sand Cave and the preliminary weight of the miners imd dropped Robert Ilcldt the "crack ofdoom" I living rooms over tho fruit 1

: throughout the south. Her selections ; investigation of it by Albert them into the natural passage, lieitween piopltrt" anil family who -tore I whore I liv,'. Onu is II drug !
will be given for a party of friends Mart-hall the statement said: where Col I inn was tJ'lIl'p'dlnd hail hi? nniui on I the lips of nillomilll..n -ton', I ihe other fruit mid grocery

\ who will be listening-in in Starke and I "His game little partner Ed Bren- j a "squeeze" which closed the natural 7th when New hr adhered Yorkers advanced, February/ I and n Illlmg w tat ion, and I have, two
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'j' other Florida cities. passage' some ten days But their i living looms. rented. IJiminoHS men
i 1"1" of Cincinnuti whose work has ago. :Seventh: Day Ati''h, vMou of
Leave your order for strawberr., indomitable tell mo I mriile: n good investment.I .
lien very conspicuous and of untold struggle to sink a shaft world end is now Unking for u job
plants with N. U. Hull. We represent \ .-dlll' bv' .reason of his small stature to anvo him was in vnln. &II u pupvc-hnnger.: I I' One Mock f riiin dopot, on Walnut
the W. F. Allen Co., of 8all"burhl.: and iroat strength and iron nerve Tilt-re, his. eyes .sunken Collins lay. 'street loading up town; brick pavenioiil -
Every plant true to name. The .. | /, emu-rota sidewalk- ull paid for
VM nt down! head foremost into this man the rescuers had worked HO ------ -- -- ;
haanloupit and with a light closely hard nnd so I"nt" saw had pnid TOIi.MKU RESIDENT! COMMKND3: ![ I'lciiric' lights and nuwugi/ ) in. PI'upel'f f

;. UNION.. IKMPERANX'E" MEE'llM.: : < \.niiimd, the face position of the manu with his life for his search for the. )\.\yOU I'I'I.I'S'nws: ; : ONIIIK = / ;' ly soils clu-up) here to bu ;111 :1 i county } ...

,It,' The Ministers-of Starke. have h.. we understood ix Floyd (Collins was not siifllck'itt to Keep l'ullin""lIrth's ] Cll'ItUAt'TIKl'L. soul. A nile school, 1 mid cottage here, \
arranged
for u series of Temperancemeetings. and .ailed, up to Curmichuc'l, five feet underground treasures. j whole liiev. VI'IIhllltc.i and so .do nothuvo
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,, The 'Ihe letter leprodui'ed In low was to go aui>' I lo finish. State highway
iln\i. continuously
The first meeting will beheld him that the* man was cold dripping' water ( I
'j : in! the, liaptist. churcn Sunday Margaret Ravoir of Philadelphia, and apparently dead." alive, the physicians. ,,"1.1. Ills jawwas 'wniteii to Ala.r C. I.. Peek by afunner i', complete lo Jacksonville tho'lurirvKt .I
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night the first Sunday in !March. The a member of the American Olympic Dead, More Than 21 Hours in a state of tension when found. icMilciit of Stillke, who commended 1 city in tho state of Florida :
team last and 1 n liighvvu north lo the- U. S. highway. I
year is shattering: the mayor on hw article nppearing / } -
second meeting will be held in the The bulletin i was signed by Brigadier
\. records every week now. Recently' Hest'u!! Work :-1" ." "; I'NiI.1'0 Till. in the Telegraph: uf February | The boom hits just started hore.I .
Methodist church the first General II. II. Demhardt. H. T.
Sunday she broke tour records in one' Great; tith for the beautifying our strevts |I They tell me property will double invalue
'J night in April. week.PREDICTS, I'ui michnel uiul M. K.: S. POSl'Y.I :
.. and home with lluvvcrx, "hl'lbbl'ryllIcI in two yearn. And It Is snld tobo
Other meetings will be held later | Dr. William Ilazlett., of Chicago, Sand Cave, Ky.-All operation. toMcover I other tropical plants. Tins former tho hen I th tool. pluce> in Florida.
and will be announced. Subjects of -- --- and Dr. C. E. Francis, of Bowling the- body of Floyd Collins You rarely with
resident who asks that his name bo 'HCU one a cold. I
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POPULATIONWILL : .
:.- great interest will be discussed. Green, I Ky., announced later ,that from the Sand cave tomb in which he ,withheld lived here fur many years have not hud, a cold since I came hero. \
IIE 1.210.000 1'Ii: l'J2:
H. A. TUCKEK, Chairman. from information they had obtained was trapped 18 days ago, were abandoned I and knows that !-ItUl'k,. could lie noted Have nut neon the !Morgan auto since \1

HONOR ROLL HAMPTON: SCHOOL School Population Statistics (ii | Collins hud been deuci more than 24 at 11MO:: o'clock today, after for its beautiful streets and homes if I canio. The iSoahimrd Rnllroii I run-)
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I Il.isU, of Conclusion Reached hours. fri 'nU" of Collins and u coroner's jury the inhabitant. so desire.The through hero. I am arranging to huvoun
January j I as Although the quest for Collins of experienced *ien had verified the It-tier follows: oxtru bed o if any of you Shrevopooplo ;
Ii 'Ihose \\ ho lime \
Ir Sixth grade: Raleigh Orannon, > for Past Four StudiedFlorida had ended in locating his body, the judgement of H. T. f'arinichacl gen 1 have read with Interest 'and pll'lII'IIru stop I can ticcominnditto YO'I.

Howard Moore, Ruth Williams Ruby Years. | tired miners, saddened by the realization eral supervisor, that further t'lForts letter to the people ofStarke Enclosed. Hue) u booklot of Sturku and, ,

Cloversettle. | that the man they tried so hard wore futile rind would result in further your return from South I Bradford county. They lire coming/ J!
Seventh grade: Margaret Fackhum to save was dead turned heavy cost of human life.l.ee upon your from" the not, ..thorn Million and buying
Tallahassee Feb. 1-1 Florida's 25'! Florida. There In a great deal of good r
Stelle -- ll 1IIl'IIrh'd. to the still dangerous task Collins, father/ of Floyd, lot of.
Johnson, Marion Williams, Jessie | gnve quite! a farm people' from Ohio
advice' in that letter and if heeded the
'!fd' Ousley, Katherinc Weest, Hilda population will be somewhere in th'0 of re-covering his body. his consent. to abandoning the Nebraska Illinois" nnd other states,

.\ Durden, Freeman Hall. C. '1'. Law- neighborhood of 1 250,000, if the incrtunes I- Hours of digging remain ahead of tions this morivng.' ol'crll'I''I town How will can greatly it be expected bcnulit. that strangers and you could !not get them to go north .
home, teacher. in the total number of pcopliin them before they can remove Collins "I would be satisfied' ," he to livo. Thin will soon be made up of "
visitors 'be and
and will uttnicted
the state has kept pace with thu','t from his. tightly-wedged position in let my boy stay down there; I In11lievo I northern ,people.,,
C U.M M INS"i i I IV EN;: "PREHMINA- ICY of children of school uge IIccorclinto the narrow passage to Sand Cuve. he would have been content to permanent: settlers induced to remain, Your frloml I,,
if the homes and, the grounds adjacent !
HEARING: statisticians us to the who state's have growth made culculutions during -" I I When finally, they have brought known n cave would' be Ins< tomb." |' thereto are .shabby and neglectI'd IMIIIO Haguo, Starke, Flu..MAXVILI.K .

W. II. Cummins, charged with the the lust four and u half years. I in IIl'1n.nl.lIlI..f People. '. an,* drawn ; DKIOIlli

shooting to death of E. L. Bradshaw During the four year period fron by outward appeiiraiiie''' for well IN ).'.\lIt CONDITIONTho ; = /

colored, at Sampson City, on January 11)20) to 1112tit" estimated schoo:! Chamber Commerce kept homes Indicate a hu her" class of hiirlmuv' I thi.urh lo Ja knonVllle ,I

7th, was given a preliminary hearing population, based on the natural expvcted of Meeting citizenship iinioiiusi' whom it i is desirable Vlll Ualihvill IK hmiltr UHod to U

before County Judge Gardiner Tues increase and on figures fur 11 to I live. I coiiHidornhlo extent hv motorists, I Iliu 'I.
day, States Attorney J. C. Adkins, of mulled in home cases by county super It 'is plite trim that "clothes. do not ,load I".nlg') in ,i-xccllotil condition with 1
Gainesville, representing the state. '! intendenu of public instruction, increased Slarlfe Tonighl Friday 8:00 make the man," nor do line h/mies ulUMVM I Iho c'xceplion uf MIX inileiH of graded ;

He was ordered held m the county from 2U2.2K., to J'M'J'M: oiI bring forth the choicest folks.Hut. road between Highland and Maxvllle. II

jail for the .spring term of court in lu.3 per cent. The present number ol f-- I nice, ,real homes' and beautiful I This stretch of road though not exncti -
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default of $:>,000 bond. I children of school age is reckoned ui II f foliage around them croatn Impres- :i Ily u boulevard, can bo covered easily, 1

It is understood that Cummins will :(00,00(1; ( ur about 20 pur cunt over thifediuil "lons,i which lire often lasting.. Such' nnd the dolour is now in fulr condition ;J
enter u )pica of self defense. Evidence CtIUU8 of l'J-0 counting those ADEN SPARKMAN KILLED IN impressions, produco results and results i the low jilaco being bridged by "

brought out at the hearing and at < 1 ugt'H! from ti to 21. count in the practical world of I Cupt. All'Neil. ,
the time the shooting occurred tended a"< hievi'meiil.

to show that the negro was shot in the population BUlling calculations on u 20 per for cent tha increase entin. I AUTO ACCIDENT AT PERRY ,, I know that it is not difficult or ex-I MBTlioDlSTTho ] [;

back by a pistol in Cummins hand as the statistics estimate the total --. .-- --- pensive to have a beautiful homo : Hiirvice'H nt thu Methodist ,
the negro was fleeing from him. In population I ECJrT.lm'sSSII( : : ('J.\TOIN Sturke. church liiHt Sunday wore not only iI,
ut 1,168,104! as compared wiLl Il Driver>> ArreMtcd on < hurgvs of K> iK' i I
urging his plea of self defense Cum It is not known to me now how our well uttondcd but almost all those ''I
!H8,470) reported by the federal enumerators lens Driving; Burial at S.inliiI 10 :JIKKT/ ; : IN: STARKEI
mins stated he thought the negro was i old homethero looks but I well ro- who i iinui both to Sunday school and : '
in the census of 1920. I Fu Cemetery 1 ue-sd.iy. .
trying to reach a tree from the shelter I I he North. \V'i -I and rvntral Florid member that we hud more than sixty 'church wero tlioro on time, which fact ;
of which he would start shooting Statistics have ,Known, however, i iis t i S""I ieturies A"stx. .,nit lori will hold I varieties of the choicest roses in our1I 1 shows an iiiorciiHod intereMt on the
; at him. clainicil that the proportion 01 f Aden Spurkiuun( for mnnv ve.irs .1 ,n t iiieotuu' ': for 'Iurdl in Htarke. on i I yard! to suy nothing of beautiful foli- part of both tint, school and church
resident of and well known
Miss Roebuck court stenographer adults throughout the country in in_ Hampton Monday, Miirrh !i.rd.;) Thu association ,, litre. I woiked nt it as u young mUll At the i'I"IHO of thu morning service
for this circuit, took testimonial the creasing which will make the tot I throughout/ Bradford county was inUiitlv if lomposcd of the soi return4 of the uvuiy Suturduy morning for an hour MI'". Minium Hum and her daughter
'. killed Sutur- I
hearing. increase faster than the school popu' near Purry lust dill'-rent, ihainb"is( nt cumiiii'rcp ill''| or two and, my father enjoyed ..Ittend-I Norn. worerocuivod into the
lution. It is believed by the Hstimutors day night at eleven o'clock when thee tI /I'Jrth..t niul lentiul part of ing the flowers and vinox church by certificate, und Dorothy

t, STVl\ l'uY'i lib WE PLACE ; therefore, that the general! rate, uutomobilc in which he and othersf '11" ntalu nnd niiI I monthly to considii pleasure of seeing things grow. This Ray and, Carol White wore received

'fi I of increase will not fall far short, I ilat were riding! overturned His skull was ,plans for the aiKu'ii'enient of their ,'small I cure resulted in tho possession. |'j ji by vown. To tliii former wo,eJrtsnd u
F. F. Stump has purchased from J. nil, of 25 per cunt. The latter fig crushed nnd death was almost 111u i Lion*. i|i of onp of thu nioit attractive yards, 'i most hourly welcome, into the fellowship

A. Howe, of Luwtey, the live aero lire would give the state a populutiot, HtantaneouH. The driver of the cur The Fehruuiy ",,'dl11uf\ this !body front and buck in the ontlrn. town. | .'. of our church; and to the luttur
tract of land on the Kingsley Lake was placed under arrest charae,1'with 1
of ,
1,210.5110. iji1- held in Maiianna lat Murulnyanil It wa quite, common for yoeini; und wo! extotul not only welcome, but
road. This tract has boon set to reckless driving and is boinu
pecan In making the calculations the statlstuuiiii Starke was fortunate' in seiuririgIhl' old totroll by our place and slop to promise us u trees, is fenced and is u very attractive diicc-t attention to the unprecedentc'd held in the Taylor county jail.A ..look with ndmirintf Visitor /111,11 I I''them thi''
next meeting. A niimliet of vi"l- | up in ) way they should go.
piece of well located brother of the deceased John J
property, '
growth in oust coast cen .lots will be lierti that day, Mariimnai resident* alike. Tho housu was expelled : Next .Sunday scrvloos will lie hold
for trucking ",.-J fruit growing. trill nnd west coast towns and cities! SpuiKman, of Plant City, went toJ by others in tha but : 'iit the regular
Whether j'I1I'rL'1Ice i ii'liiirf/ two ears, 1'11| thi'y will be town no one II| hour. Sunday whool! at
:'oIl'.tUIUI': purchased the which they say mnkes it difficult t<,J Pi iry immediately after receiving the entertained; by; the. Bradford. i ounty had u prettier place taken ultugethur., I II IO:00: u. m. !Preaching ut 11:00: a. m.

for i il1ve"tm.t or to become arrive ut the most accurate tigurei,H wire telling of his brothor's death. ih.imber" of commercil. -. I Our soil I was. not so II'O"IIIR, it is in II .und 7.30:: p. m, Everybody Is invited
u [tiller of. soil is ,'ausinl.mUl.h con1ci 1 .. For the past several Mr. Spark- I'
/I".lbl. Varations due years 'other
to this con l.<*t's .show these' visitors a royal part of the town we just to worship with us.Airro .
rn (11110)111his fiiomlx. | man resided in Perry where he
diJii tire expected to run the tola hnq I tune.' Mu"h good can be done in thin'simply desired a choice looking home --
WILL IMPROVE TENTH: to somewhere around the 1,2"0,00(D) wax business.. coming together from all sections uf anil hud it. ACCIDENT: "MON DAY

STREET TO CITY LIMITS mark. The remains were wrought to the Htate and showing what is I! It 'is everlastingly true tho lure of Moriduy at noon tho cars driven by
'WEATHERLY I Sturke where they were prepared for'' d"ne elsewhere. bcllJR'I I money to be acquired by quick profits Mayor O. L. Peck nnd G. C. Civly, urosldent

The council in it* session Tuesday PURCHASESLIVINGSTON burial by DeW'.tt C. Jones, undertuk- will always draw with magnet like of Kingslc luki/*, crushed at ...
light instructed Engineer Kickliter PROPERTYOne I er, and then removed to the home ofI CHAMBER OF CO.MMERCE ':'i attraction there In no getting away the corner of Call and Temple avenue,

to proceed! with an estimate of the of the more important realty I I IIIH. mother at Hampton whore- the MEETING WELL ATTENDED i from that. But if Sturku and vicinity I both cars Ixciritf dented by the impact.

; cost of grading and improving Tenth the transfer of the old Livingston funeral services were conducted by The regular weekly moc'lltig of the I taking new hopo from the good roads Tho cart worn empty with the excep

street from Cherry street to the limits property in the eastren part of town I I Rev. M. B. Hicks, of Waldo, Tuesday! Bradford county chamber of com-li movement which puts them in the tion of tho drivers. and they escaped,

at Powell's still. It is believed that it to Ethel J. Weatherly of Tampa. The I I afternoon at one o'clock. The remains nierce was hold in Hampton last Frli i path of action enroute will follow serious injury, although Mr. Cady received

will be necessary to widen this street sale was made by C. D. Harding, also' | were interred In Santa Fo day evening and ( was attended bym'mbers II your timely advice good shall surely a severe shaking up and bruises i
in order to secure the proper drain-i' of Tampa who has owned the ,'i i cemetery. A large number of friends from till .suctions of the 'come. from being thrown against the steer1 -

age through Reno Starke's colored I ty for some time. proper i I from Hampton, Starke Jacksonville. tounty' It was one of the best meetings I' Addison one of the great English 1 Ing wheel with sufficient violence to

cction. I Thin is one of several sales of town I and Plant City followed th. remains t held in several week* and inter- ||poets and] writers, wrote many years { crack the_. wh" I. .
e-t ami enthusiasm
.to its renting place. was high. Tha : --- --
[SIDEWALKS ORDERED I and dents country of the property southern lately to resi- I I :Mr. Sparkman was the eldest son of next session of this body will be helJ ago'"'CI. not in mortal to command success IN MAlOlfH UHnT:
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ON TEMPLE AVENUE' state.PLACES. part of the I I Mrs. Elsie Sparkmaa-of Hampton. in Starke tonight, at 8 ,,'clo k. Be present. S. I.. Alvurui who was arrested by

The I j lie was born in Bradford county in |.]But we'll do more, Semproniui-we'll officers Friday night at his home on
city council at an adjourned ORDER FOR 130 PALMS I I 11873 and was a member of the Baptiit I IKi.ten. desire it." Temple avenue, plead guilty in may
meeting Tuesday night ordered the I! church of Hampton of which he !Mrs. W. B. Roper of Hamp I or'. court Thursday morning to

flaying of concrete sidewalks on west Messrs. Qui, ley & Davis, who have I hod J been a member 31 years. He was '' ton, and Mrs. A. A. McDonald of Tavares-ConatracMon work started charges of being ,drunk disorderly

|side of Temple avenue from Call'street recently acquired considerable real I t in business !here for several years Switzerland two brothers, John on 11,000,000 subdivision west of conduct Indecent exposure of person,
;' to the school building. This estate in and near Starke, have placed and made many friends j Sparkman, of Plant City and Theo City. profane and indecent language and a
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vf walk has been badly needed on this I an order for 150 palm These He leaves to mourn his loss, be- (dore Sparkman of Bradford. public nuisance He was fined $100
street on account of the street being j' palms will be used to beautify theirlots sides a large circle of I St. Pl'tersburlr-Plaftl under way and costs and :30 days In jail lentcrica
friends
used for a walk by school children. I in town. mother Mrs. Elsie a Boynton--100-room hotel to bo for erection of oO-room high school being suxpendoel during good behav
I Sparkman two : erected at cost of $123,000. 1 building. ior. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE( RAPU. STARKE. FlORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1923.8ALLIE sI

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t.l' I II SOUND BONESLet :' I CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL\ and the crunching of wheels in the I

Nature try her best, she ; i i yard, make the ceremony short and
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: { cannot very well build a sturdy 1 Several thousand new names were the epitaph simple ,
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II'II'i: body or sound bones or normal Career of, added to the Children's Founders chil-Roll "Here Lie a :Man."
as a result! of the interest of the --
dentition unless the
given right
dren in the Robert E. Lee birthday CENSUS: INSTRUCTIONSARE ="
kind of the
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1I I enrollment.The .
ISSUED BY STATE
I II'I .. I' ; ---I form nourishment.of vitamin-activated Judge names have been coming in

II HI STI'IIES'r11E I sorter .sworn off" explained. grp:' steadily for several weeks past, show ,j:I Meaning\ of Term Inhabitant IH
Ii JOE SCIll'VI.ER TYPE "<}o on, Sallie-You didn't even I sional ing that the South is much interestedin Stressed.
have a cocktail. As your hostess, I Scott's Emulsionhas ably the this movement to perpetuate the.| i i
I "Peppy, scintillating!" I remembered insist. You've been acting too dignifi I :-' ,, names and records of the veterans of ;!> Tallahassee--:The commissioner of :

I I what Bob had said, The strange ed. Not at all the Sallie we have raved I encouraged: thousands by thirty-two the South in connection with those of ,.[ agriculture is placing stress in into "r
I Ii) man to whom hr. had sounded my about to Joe," Marjorie declared.Bob I nouriihiny them into strength:: I He the children. strurtione going out census enumerators -
II would find me !Florida l 'i i
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praises. remained silent. and viniT. It abounds in vitamins I In a great many communities the upon a definition of "inhabi
The reaction had set ,in from l Jo.r high
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I wanted and is the food-tonic that work of the children has "
some enrolling
,J excitement of the hunt and I was I loved champagne. en- l.n Unit, in a effort to hove an accurate
the \
: I and too but I had made an agreementwith courages normal growth.Scott's just begun. A large number of chair- : count made of the people of the statein
low in spirit with the
I 'IJ{! feeling decltlcly myself that I wouldn't take Emulsion helps I worked men have been appointed by various I the census-taking that begins this

mind.!I recalled the happy hours with anything to drink because I knew Nature do her best to ty and U. D. C. chapters and a number of. week. The census law requires him to
I how proud Curtiss had been of me because them inaugurated their campaigns' to make an enumeration of "all inhabitants -
before had help and child I hands of
;1 i' Curtis the last day wo you your
( i I had let it alone at the camp. and I enroll the children on January 19th, of the several counties." the
absolutely healthful.
hud been keep It
I'' broken camp. I never HO strong there.
"Too bad you picked on me for the Lee's birthday. commissioner points out, and then
different .. I
I happy. But that was Scott It Uuwnc. moomfidd.J 2.- merits or
I I had he night to abstain" Joe Schuyler com I He !Many of the chambers of commerceof goes into detail as to whom shall be
side. Why there.
I had him by
.Jo i I to Miami my? Du"lneH-WeJl, what plained. "I've been hearing some LET'S PUT: STARKE: ON TilE MAP university the South have entered into the included under this heading.
I. J gone wonderful things about work of enrolling the children .
mighty you I very
t" j inhabitant necessarilya
; of it-He probably wan the sort who i I bar by "An is not
! t would always put business first After too. Come on Sallie" he urged. "This i (A. II. Schilke) I He is enthusiastically and are giving; their legal resident or voter, but at the

i I the discovery of our love, he had left might be the last bubble water"you'llfeet Let UH King It, let us shout it, I ncys of enthusiastic co-operation to the same time every person who happensto
me when, of all times, hr should have I on this side of the pond. liecalled I I Let UH tell the world about it; I Memorial as a whole. he in the state at the time of the
permitted his heart to rule his head I me by my first name. No one'sname '' Let us put the town of Starke upon Judge The veterans themselves are deeply census is not regarded as an Inhabi-
, and thrown more serious problems to had n prrfiii to the Joe SchuyIcrs I the map. ;I one of ] interested in the fact that an official tant. For the purpose of the censusan

I the winds. I of the world It in there in name I know, president certificate is being issued to every inhabitant Is defined as a person!
I I It wasn't as if he had to go; to close I wall getting Mid-Victorian and I I But we'll have to rise and show I A man and woman of the sixties, whose who dwells or resides! permanent!, ina
I the contract What was one job more : likewise wan having a rotten time. I We're not sitting with hands folded teachers names are presented for memoralization place; or who has a fixed and per-
i, I or less in his life? HP had money. i It's boring being the only .sober one I in our. lap. I Judge at Stone Mountain manent abode in a place, regardlessof
J I Bob had told me so. I',in the crowd. You have a different I)I cal Mothers and fathers are urged to nationality or citizenship. Inten-
perspective. Things that seemed fun- ''of the send in the names of their childrenfor tion reside in locality
I wanted him now. I needed his Let us tell in every letter to continuously a -
,' arms about me and assurances of his ny to the others were perfectly stupid I I How our town is growing better, i jtives, in : the Book of Memory. The children may) sometimes determine the
: it love. The house was lonely) and because to me. There's not even anyone to I And our neighbors will sit up and and in want the bronze medal which is issuedto point. A bona-fide resident of the
I' I'I I I had returned a day earlier talk to because they don't want to I watch us grow. youngest every child who become a member statr is one who spends at least half
: ; than I expected, it was cold.I dwell on any one subject. I wished We can surely feel elated 'I had. In \! the bronze medal which is issued to of every ;year here, or has moved in
I I \ rather enjoyed putting on evening that I had stayed at Jiome. I was feel- When we find that we are rated out every child who becomes a memberof recently with the intention of remain
I 11 clothes again after tho rough things ing bluer all the while. i I As the town that knows just howto house of dny.'I' the Children's Founders Roll and ing. If a person changes his locution
ti 1 I had worn at camp I loved the caress (To be continued) I make things go. I ford this medal will be valuable possession oftener than twice a year, though he
.I, of the soft lace and chifTon. I had been I protem for the children in later years.. i i.s entitled to he counted wherever,
thrilled with the few days of the hunt FINE FOU IlS51WIFE:' Let I i 1111 sing it, let us hum It, I tee on Names should be sent to the Chil he is found earning a living at his
,1 1 but it really was good to be back in OX SUNDAY I II I! Let un print it, let us plumb it, ported dren's Founders Roll, 222 Grant regular occupation.
,. civilisation again.I I Let un clean up every corner of the pulsory Bldg., Atlanta, Georgia. ,. "Tourists who are in Florida only
L I had chosen my most becoming Blue law advocatcsfrequently deny :I town. I became a 1 Application blanks may be secured during the winter months for their

i : gown. Why, I do not know. It could that any law forbidding a husband to 't We can do it If we will I sion law. from the association or names maybe health comfort or pleasure, shouldnot
y not be that I wanted to "vamp" the kiss his wife on Sunday were ever exacted -'I And present n good, clean bill I islature sent in by mail. The following Information be listed. Persons who regularlystay
M'i; new man at Marjoric's for dinner. II by the New England; colonies. I To the ones who've looked upon us measures should be given: Child's six months or more at a time
I loved Curtis and couldn't possibly be In looking upon tho historic and lo- ,I with a frown. jcd a roll name, age, name of parents, full ad- especially if they own or rent a whole
I I i Interested in any one else] and yet it gal facts on this point, we have found I dress, name of veteran or Confederate house, should be classed as residents.
I was unreasonable] of him to leave me the following statue enacted in 1656 I We will make these yards of ours I In the woman to be honored, rank and !Many) who begin as tourists become
all alone. by the New haven Colony. More attractive with bright flowers ''curried \ service record and child's kinship. permanent residents later, and there
Bob's "surprise" was Joe Schuylcr "If any man shall kiss his wife or I And we'll clean up rubbish heaps on district, The association hopes to enroll during will always be some doubtful cases,
from New York. He and Bob had been wife kiss her husband on the Lord's I every hand. 000 to his 102> at least a half million names. but you will be safe enough in countIng -
class mates at Yale. lie was decidedlythe day, the party in fault, shall be pun I We'll enlist the grand Doy Scout general This can be done as every individual anyone who considers himself at
type that is well known to girls ished ut the discretion of the court ufmaICINtl'at..s To step in and help us out, carried will co-operate in making a success of home."
I who have !gone out a lot. Of an ath- ." And we'll all march 'round the town can this beautiful plan. !i
Idle build, he danced like .ho had This law is taker! from "Massachu- 'I behind the band In I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
made a business of It. Ho would lo euro lu'htog. blind Bleeding or Protruding
during dinner, !grub the nearest Time Blue Laws from the Records Let the merchants in the store little Teach me that sixty minutes make Piles Instantly: relieves Itching' Piles I and you
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girl and dance to tho radio or turn on Massachusettes! and Connectl- !i Move barrels and clean the floors been one hour, sixteen ounces one pound, can get restful deep after Brat application. 6lc.)

the Viet rota's latest jazz. ] cult published in 18H7 by the Dwight Dust the shelves and rlean the windows I stood and 100 cents one dollar. Help me to ,, SEABOARD TIME TABLE
y Every other word was slang amusIng Print Company, Springfield, Mass. I once a week. I cess I live that I can lie down at night witha
ti and sensational. Unless one were | Wo have also found in looking up They will make a better showingAnd sult of clear conscience, without a gun un-
(In effect November 16 1924.
( Accustomed to it, he might even be the records of the Boston court of their business will keep growing not der my pillow and unhaunted by the SouthboundNo. )
conversing in a foreign tongue. Joe the :Massachusetts Bay Colony, that I As the goods upon the shelf begin power to ] faces of those to whom I have brought' -
was an only son and as he admitted, a Sunday blue law was passed in that to speak. I am now pain. Grant that I may earn my meal I 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a, m.
"it took his entire time unseemly and I and No. S, 11:02: a. m.
devising new colony, "prohibiting I ticket on the square and that in earn-
amusements to keep from being bor lascivious\ conduct on Sunday," and Then the man who said that Starke ing it I may do unto others as I would No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
+ ed." :1 we have found that under this statue : Made him think oaf Noah's ark, month to have them do unto me. Deafen me to No. 7, Limited, 2:16: p. m.
He spent his week-ends In the the court records of Boston disclosedthat Will come riding down "Old Dixie's" I then my the jingle of tainted money and to I NorthboundNo. -
fashionable suburbs of New York two sea captains were fined and I broad highway. them, and the rustle of unholy skirts. Blind me 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m.
and "I'hilly," where he admitted put in the stocks for kissing their There will be some wondrous chan foundly I to the faults of the other fellow, but No. -1, 4:26: p, m.

there were any number of places ho wives as they greeted them on Sunday gesThere shall do reveal to me my own. Guide me so : No. 20, Cedar Key 8:5C: a. m.
could drop in at any time and feel morning upon their return froman ( will be no more free "ranges," represent that each night when I look across No. 101 Limited, 6:17: 1', m.
perfectly at home. His greeting to extended trip to Europe. I Not for cattle, nor for grafters, in CE the table at my wife, I will have noth- Wannee BranchNo. -

me was "that" there was only one This record is not taken from thesorailed ,I that day. There ing to conceal. Keep me young enoughto 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.
drawback. blue laws written up by the laugh with little children and sym- No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
green
"What's that I'm fluttered that Reverend Peters, who simply quoted Let ua teach the golden rule
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II Thursday, pathetic enough to be considerate of (Daily except Sunday)
there's only one." from memory but they are from other In the church, the home, the school, come old 1 age, and. when the day comes ofdnrkenel T. J. GRIFFIN,
"You're- not married, and I never writers, who give the law as It Let us lend in every need a helping work all shades and the smell of Agent
chase around with single girls. There existed. It 1 is> useless,for the blue SUJ.'l.1 I, hand. I \.
are too many charming matrons who day advocates to deny the facts of I We'll not need to sing or shout it .--- -
are 'misunderstood' and 'unappreci history and of law. Nor to tell the world about it,
ated' and who need an alert young- There were blue laws in the olden ]J JI We'll be known throughout this j
1r man to hold their hands." I time, and there are blue laws advocates grand and glorious land. -
s "You're frank, at least" was my reply I I with us even today,-Liberty. I ._
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't 4 Joe was also one of the "do yOU'know" ', CARD 01'' TIIXNKS Midway, Feb. 20-:Mr. and Mrs.)\,

kind. During dinner he asked'It' t We wish to sincerly express ourhellrtr..lt Tommie Waters, of !Miller, attended J
each of us about a dozen persons who thanks to those who were so'I church here Sunday.Mr. :

were prominent in Palm Beach and very kind and thoughtful ut us in our I und Mrs.\ Kancc Thomas spent
New Beach and New York. Of course, recent bereavement, the illness, death Sunday with his sister, !Mrs.\ Minnie I
we knew some of them but what of and burial of our wife and mother, C'huncey. Mr. G. W. Thumas planted '
it? I decided that night that if I ever I'
!Mrs Carolyn Elizabeth: Ainlreu. corn Saturday.Miss .
had a daughter or son I would ratherthey'd I :
A. M. Andreu and Children. Vishio Lou Denlson spent the ,
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be anything than a do you wi-ck-cnd with her aunt, :Mrs. J. I. ; J The owner of a Ford is never in doubt .
.t : know kind.! i iThey [No \\'or'i;; In a Healthy Child Waters.Mr. Confidence I l11vVrtas
I to what he in service. He
can
I all had champagne and were All children troubled with Worms have an unhealthy Willie Crawford, of Worthing- expect
frankly amazed because I mineto color which uulkutei. poor bleed and ass knos'ha.t his will do and how
gave car
I tOil Springs, attended church here :
rule, there I IH more or le a Rtnmmh itiflturbancv. ;
Hob. (.RUv :8 TASlU.ESSiuill) TUNIC ulvun mlulnrly Sunday.Mr. 'PerformanceThe sturdily it will do it.
"What's the matter?! Did life In the for twoor three weeks will euruti the bk, d. Improve I : J. C. Penison spent the afternoon .
r' the dirioaiion" ,end ait as a General Streniithvnioil -
open make you so purr. ? Joe Schuy- ut Miss Uudiu Thomas' When bad weather and roads other of
ler naked. Tonic tu 'tht whnltv"teni Nature will then Sunday.Mr. put cars out
: throw olT or dlmx-l thi' ourm and thel'hlldwill "bola I und. Mrs. J. I. Waters were dinner -
) I "It's too precious to waste anil I'I'I perfect" health. Pkaaant to take. ale pet bottle.. guests of her brother, J. C. Denlon Coupe commission, the Ford car will stay on the job. It

I $ will carry through slush and snow, over frozen ruts,
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I :Mr. and. Mrs.\ N. II. Stokes, of Mill newly constructed roads-an)where.

I : l ,).. spent Sunday here. Runabout $26nTourintf
Walter Crown spent Sunday at1i TuitarfitJan,Cur -- fHO itlt Yet Ford benefits can be yours for the lowest prices

: r. G. W. Thomas'. ordur&,*Jan 660 ever oflered. This is made the
Cushman possible by efficiencyof
Offset Motors
.\\1 r. and Mrs. G. W. Thomas On open cm demount-
were abM nms.nartuterrr. f Ford manufacture f the volume I of f output andpractically
Sunday guests of Mr and !Mrs. J'1| C. VU ..".
Denison. Aarruw/o5.Detru'S( limitless I resources.

I' Miss. Oudin Thomas, :Miss Viahle

\ For'I Lou Denison were dinner guests of R,

I K. Taylor. -4otorG mmany,
I I I i i'I !Moss. Virleo Taylor and Mrs Belle Detroit
'I'h"l1IlIwero shopping in Lake Outl -
I l r "'rlht1 \ '. SEE THE NEAREST
AUTHORIZES>> FORD DEALER
IntertypesLinotypes Mr.:\ und !Mrs. R.1.: Deni.-nn. of
'I I coke! Butler spent Sunday with his I .
I ? ,1'i-other., J. O. Denison. --

hni Aml-ews made a visit to R. \It.I r
and
I t't Thinum'' Sundny afternoon..

Linographs ferry Peoples spent Sunday at U.II. .

1 Taylor's.Mrs. I
net Cole spent the weekend -
with HIT mother, IrHIinnl.[ : .. Cole. I ,e -

I :I The last word in power. Compact unit Quickly : Mr*. Coone. of Alaohua, spent the aI

r' installed.< Simple of operation. I veek-end with.nor. son, Ranee Thomas.

A TONIC

,rJro\' '. Tasteless chill Tonic: restores
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I 1.\ One cf those molars has jutt Leon added to the Bradford I IJ ji rgy' and Vitality by Purifying and
nru-hlni: | the Blood. When you feel Its
County Telegraph equipment.
J :strengthening. invigorating\ ) effect, see howt
I, brings! color to the i-hwk-t and howt t )

Writ for Detail fI i improves the appetite. y. u wf'I then /

irin-ciute Its true tonic valm\ TVTSITORS +

;run's TusCftrsa chill Tune' 'n simply I
(run and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
I CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.
pleasant even children like It. The blood
I .eed,* QUININE: to Purify It and IRON- to
i I tt Concord, N. H.teulr Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT ALL FORD PLANTS
: ;;rip perms. by its Strengthening. Invlgor-
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FEUKl'AUY 20 192:;. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PARK Til HER

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....1 I train at a Dixie lIid\\\ a)' running. word" in kilt, making. To his kite, I, ..-, -.- !

near Uelleview. 12 mile- ''11th of Iicuny: : h.il attached a copper wire As :: ,- --..

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Ociil.i. The train's, engine, >.es .\\U".- BfiinvA I.lft' inn untcd tI.wl1r.I\ the EL ?

.... ..... .oYK, .-..Ilr "..... ,.. ......._, .wrrnl, .....' ,Lr .art fen' aged and the tram \\.1..1.. ..... '.tll".U" clouds( tins 'iiiioii' a strong pull'of! : ((1J1i "
) I ling another enginecst und Arnold wind citrucd the kite over some wires. ,'t ,

I moved 1 to Ocklawaha from Vi''lnC'h'sI The win1 on Banns kite toil hed one''

[\ Live State News | Tenn., last fall. West leaves. a of them u Inuh tension electric wire rI \

J widow and a small child One flush, and Henn.v 's ,'Ioth"n- KN.
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MIIBalllllllllaM w..a..n Mll i Mil w..w..w..unwnranwTold .
"' 'abln:!e, the grass. around him leas

by Our Exchanges. New Smyrna=:\ drainage project burning and Bennj's mutewere '" ._

intended to drain Il large urea south fleeing. His. body was kindly htlt"1. .... -- __.___..... I
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I and southwest of New Smyrna, was He was rushed to a liu-pitnl but ei'-I I

iimsidered. at a meeting of a dozen forts to save his life were futile, and '

Miami-Mrs. Oliviu :Mae Esslcd I I. statement to The Associated Press 'interested property owners held at he died u few hours Inter I:

who has been washing dishes in u retarding legislation for which he the chamber of commerce offices Wednesday ,] -
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local restaurant by u court decision will stand for during, the forthcoming I| afternoon. Drainage facilities Boca Grande-Discoveries .ot ,1",1 b -N
I tal remains.. hero which h.m> ,
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has become half of may
owner un estate "e"siolof the legislature. "Accordingly for over 8,000 acres of land are contemplated -
which net her over 300000. ," he says "I will heartily favor I in the project! u large part important bearing on theories of a r

the repeal. of as many of the existing|I of which is located in the famous giant( nice believed to have mhiilntid ,
the Jt'Joridn'l..t Coast lufoie t Incoming
Miami Formal of
announcement
statutes we have as can be consistently Turnbull hammock district, contain-
the completion of plans for the construction of Spaniards were made l h>'
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rid of.
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gotten ing some of the most fertile! soil!
of an addition to the Mc I i ___ i the state and especially adapted to workmen grading the inland rued mar SAY "HAM.K: PH IN" and INSIST ;

Allister hotel, to represent un investment Montlcelln movement has beenj Uitrus I culture or trucking. > Charlo.to and Lee county lines.' The ,
of approximately $1.:>00.000. started here. to flout a million dollar' |discoveries include a sluill 1 und a IVmur "
I % Ul1k ill !1\\ ,
.. Bill\ M : i I.. or ( r- 'mi t ibK'tsou are j
has been made by F. McNumura: bond issue for road l improvement i j St. Petersburg-John Trotter chief or thigh bone both i> highly |

manager of the hotel. j I I work in Jefferson county. The county ,i,IOC detectives announced that ho hadncc0pted mineralized as to be almost pure sillcii :, not ;v.iMi UK tli>-' sviiunii1 Bi\i'r '\spiiin l'IO\'l.t) safe :

commissioners have given the matter: un offer from J. M McDonald and limestone. They acre kept t millions !
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Avon Park-Following right on thu favorable consideration and the chamber ;: national oilier of the Ku from crumbling only by imm..r"illltIn |: by UK pivxiiK\l pln :>, ici.itis J1c.irs, for

heels of the erection of one $76,000 of commerce has taken up the Klux Klan fur Klunsmen to act us gelatine! solution before measurements ,

school building the voting of bonds question at a largely attended meeting [I unpaid policemen. Some members of could he taken. The skull measured Colds I lliMduchcri'i.th.iche Neur.ilxi.i Lumbago I f

for the first unit of another $50,000 the sense of which was that the i I the city commission said that they twenty-three centimeters in '
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structure highlands county will vuto bonds should be. \voted. :< soon as practicable i|I doubted the! power of the chief detec- length! and eighteen in width being! I Pain Neuritis Rheumatism: I II

March 16 on bonds. for building of to provide funds for road'|I fives to call in any organization for about one-forth larger. than normal "

more than a quarter million dollars'I building and maintenance I'' aid in policing the city except in case modern skulls bruchycophulic and i Accept only| "nay cr package m

worth of school .structures. I I of riot or an emergency, us providedin showing .signs. of fronto-occipital! tint-I Si'n which contains proven directions. I
I Miami Miami experienced its : toning the art ifleal moulding practic-i "
( the city charter. Chief Trotter said llniiily 11'or" Imxe-s of 12 tahlejts I
Bonifay-Fine hogs and cattle shipped 'coolest weather since February H, the Klansmen would not be maskedbut od by early Indian tribes The lengthof Also \bottle's of 24 and 100-Druggists.I .

( from Eonifay are bringing top 1022 when the temperature droppedto would be divided into groups of the femur was. sixty-three centi-I Aspirin\ \the Vine mark of Ua,vr &laimfKetlir uf MunoaivtlrioltU-Nlrr. lloyU0ael4. I

prices according to stockmen who 10 degrees ut 7 a. m. Friday but j I 10 to patrol the city. meters. :
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ascribe the good to the fact
prices by 8 a. m. the mercury began n steady :: : I I CllMHON: : VI.KSMAN; [ und nLhlr.III" much money III saving
quarantine restrictions have been lifted Canal Point-Under It three foot ''
climb At and sub-
Allaputtuh other II 'banks.
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which permits -nhipment of St. Augustin-ny a vote of eight head of water a temporary dam inWest
Holmes county stock into foreign' urbs west of the city temperatures und a half to one the property holdersin Palm Bench canal nt Can/lll j|I How much insurume. do you l'urry'f I I The life insurance milesman fro-
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of 32 degrees were recorded at 7 a. m.'accompanied '' The American peoplestart 1U25 with
markets I St. Augustine voted to issue bonds Point broke at 11 o'clock February (1) quontly countered a pout is really
'I I'ernandinaThe I by frost in all sections in excess of $1,000,000 for the construction and Luke Okcochobee at an elevation their lives insured for a total of 61,- 'one of our best. friends w'h"n he but-

} Fernandlnu Saw I Ii I west of the city although no frosts I of a steel and concrete of nineteen feet above level begun 000 million dollars. I tonlu.les us with his fact and argu-
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:Mill and Lumber Company owned by were found in the central. and eastern I I bridge at Anastasia( Island und a running into the canal. Three I{l! This amounts to about $500; of in- monts. In one year ho him Hold tho

Harry F. Sahlman was destroyed by i: sections of the city. This is the first : soft water plant to include extensionof thousand acres of winter vegetables', I Kuranco fur every man. woman and American public 13oOO: million dollars

fire. Fire originated in the dry klin 'frost,: of the winter in the Miami distract I the water system to all of the outlying in the Canal Point-Puhokee district. )I I child. | worth of I life i policies.\ In the broad

and was whipped beyond control by a 1 er-ltory within the city limits. are. liable to serious damage. The dam' I All records were broken during Held of salesmanship. ho certainly

high northeast wind blowing. Pros-1 i I 1----1 1 I By the same majority the voters approved broke when the dredge C'aloonsahnt-. l'J'2l! when 1:1,51)0: ) million dollars of looms. IIH champion of them all.-

sure of water from the city plant was asked at its next meeting to pass an issuance of $18,000 for bonds: ehoe passed through a dam at the new life policies were taken out by Jacksonville Journal.
low. I I i I with which to retire the present outI the people |I. .
act providing a closed season for deer : west side of the lock which hud been -- --
--conditions I and turkey in Collier county for three ,I I standing bond of the water works The raised and went into a basin that hud The public has three times as much WILL I 'C tilt PAY 'I1IK

vail Milligan-Normal on the highways near here again pre- years, and also to I provide methods 1 i,I Il."t of the new bridge will be $011,000, been made by construction of the life insurance us it has money in sav- | I'ltlCK: I'OK SUCCESS: ?

after some two weeks of motor traf- that may be used in hunting when :{i 1 I Talluhl1""ce-Tru..tt.cs- of temporary dam nl the east end of ings banks. Thu two are closely f.lut-1 I -
the internal
hunting is allowed. Commissioners( of the loi'k. A two-foot wave mmUus ed. Life insurance Is u Mcieiitlllc methYou want success. but are you will-
fic The overtlowcd road
delays. near
here which was the undesired stop the county have authorized the advertising 'i j I I I improvement fund IIgr'l.1 to ad- dredge raised and lowered itself in od of saving money ling to pay I the price for it ?
vertigo for sole
of
of a special bill to be presentedto U.810 acres state moving forward went over the top A considerable part of the populaIlwv I, much discouragement can you
ping place for marooned auto I
many lands located 1 about :HO miles west. of
of the lawmakers at the coming session of the temporary' dam constructedof t lion lucks the! thrift instinct. They r-tnnd ?
parties has not only been cleared | Miami Dude
the overflow but the county has plac- to this effect. It also would provide :':M south in range county::17 ,east., in Bids township on thetract boards and timbers, started the are unable to save systematically. To HI>W III1..h, |, |Uiiing can you take

ed the road in excellent shape. a closed. l season. for trapping fur will be opened about the middleof collapse of the structure Such people, life insurance U doubly |line| |ions tM, you hung on ill the
bearing animals and alligators. a blessing. It is equivalent to buying( face of obstacles ?
Quincy-After a careful survey of i I' March. Conditional agreement al Tullnhussei James I I.. McNouley.who a savings account nod J paying fur its| Huvo you the courage lo try to do
: Kri-tol A. K. Whitehead and his was made to offer for sale K.8HO escaped from trllillIt River
i 1..0 a '
de- the installment
the entire has been
situation fit\ on 1 plan what others have failed to do?
.
Dell who ucren in liroward about 15 Junction several
nephew, Smothers were county du's ago while being I
termined that I practically no loss was A nation that tins ) millions Huve the to attempt
1)1,000 nerve
charged. with the killing of J. 1'. Parker j miles west. of Lauderdale in township transferred, front the stale prison 1 you
of
sustained by the tobacco growers of dollars of life third things that the man would
insurance, a average
when the latter was called from I rllnllIII.. )Details regarding advertising farm to n road camp near Cottondulc' ,
this section by reason of the continued dream of tackling?
us much (in savings bunks, und fabulous never
his home here in January will the latter tract have not was .
likely I recaptured" at Fitzgerald (;ill ,
rains and) high water which over- I savings invested in homes cer Huve von the J persistence to keep
spend, the period intervening until the been completed. the "tilt,- prison. office was notified.McNcnlej .
flowed some of the lowland fields. I i iPensacola I __ lainly cannot be uccuMcd of being ann. tr>'mg lifter repeated failures? .
I next term of circuit court in the cou'n. who hud just been returned -
Elec- i Judge 13. V. ClourwutorMarketing, of citrusfruit to the farm from spendthrift. fan you go up against skepticism
-Transfer of the ty jail. County Owens Missouri following '
tric Lighting Power and Traction who sat at the preliminary hoarnig,I direct. from grower to consumeris un escnpe. last November is. un- i j,, The main purpose of lifo Insurance '' ridicule and opposition without fllnth'of f,
seen by local interests.. ?
in first '
properties of the Pensacola Electric decided to hold Smothers to the grand tier sentence' of live years from course, is protection for dependents "K.
Company to the Alabama Power jury without bond and fixed bail for 1 i steps toward establishing thirty Orange county for obtaining money, in event. the breadwinner dies. Tho | < an you keep your mind steadily ,
packing houses In the eastern sectionof fear that his death would 'on the single object you tire pursuing,
bring 11nunciul
under
Company was announced here by Whitehead at $ .OOO. false pretenses After getting -
the United States. L. N. Haley announces suffering to his haunts resisting nil temptation to divide
from family
Wells M. Stanley of Birmingham I away River Junction he dune t
Ala., who will be general manager Gainesville! :-State conference of 1 that he has been assured of to Tallahassee. stole the automobile the man who has not provided for tho your attention ? ,
social work at its closing session here backing by eastern capitalists to the of ''future.: Have you the ,patience. to plan alltho II
for the Alabama Power 'ompuny< in n capital employee and in company 1
yesterday went record endorsing extent of $100,000 toward construc- work you attempt; the energy towuile
this territory. The! coim hruti! >n was on as with I.. O. Webb who got away with i I Such man is food for the great destroyer -
tion '
the work of the children's code of these places which he declares through masses of detail; the
him
announced but ;involved about headed for Ueorgiu Fear.
not
McNealoy ,
: commission, together with its rccomI will result in placing the citrus industry : to overlook no point, how
it understood. tiriording to the chief of I'I Fear lowers his It checkshis .
$3,000,000 was police nt efficiency
,
I mendations for the creation of a on u .strictly f. o. b. basis. and Kit/geruld' ', stated that Webb hud, //I"'U"'Y in planning or ( executing!
un-
Wewahitchka-Bee colonies along "board of child welfare and parole" enable ultimate consumer to buy his 'tiled progress I strong on the II n lull as
c-ai $10,000 which he gut in the For, with Fear comu Worry And
the river banks here muttered seriously -.I| and for provision for the continuance I j oranges at 25 cents a dozen by elimi High Springs robbery several months Worry scatters man's forces well as quick at tho start?

from the high water it was learn- of the work of the code commission. I' flitting profits now going to the nuc- nun" and hud. it with him. Webb is. swerves him from a surrcss. it.l, :Success I is .sold in tho open market.
An tion house, commission wholesaler : You can buy II. Any man can buy it
ed after a thorough check-up of the appropriation xufllcient\ to cover man still at large. I These are just few of tho reasons
apiaries. J. K. Isbell who has been expenses of really effective work was and jobber. _____ j' why tho American u people start IU2! I who n willing to pay tho price.-
1 bee for approved. TlllnhIlKRI.'en..u.. tukt-rs The 1'lIk.'nl'Y: Muguzlno.m .
engaged in keeping sometime began
St of conlldowiwith mini
Petersburg-One of the largest a spirit n
reported he lust. 125: colonies. I the fifth census of the state Monday. '
,
1\linmi-Blizllb.th Kejna, 18-year- individual building permits over issued This. mum of anxiety., Behind them III the Theonly lime-I sonar' men think they
will be
the first '
colonies. Eight
lost all their
Others of population
old Los Angeles girl will be taken in Florida according to Building census reassuring protection of 1,000 mil- have no 1 kick sinning 1 is when it comes
head of cattle belonging to John Grif taken by the stute since l 101fi! The h hrrrw
lion dollars worth of life insurance i I
back to California to be tried <>-\ a Inspector Frank Strums Jr., was work tune to link in.I. .
fin were drowned in the high water. will lie carried on under the direition i
|
I.
<'(large of embezzlement of 91 300. given out this week from this offlco of Nathan !Mayo commissioner ---- ...

Tampa Damage! estimated nt She was arrested here several i nyi'' when a permit' was issued to the Vin- of agriculture, with his i hief ,clerk-

$100,000 was caused here by lire\ I!I ago aId obtained her release under a I cy Park Hotel Corporation to erect a J, I*. Brooks, in charge Thero r "a

which almost completely destroyed a I j writ of habeas corpus. but was at $'.',0110,000 building the first unit in DJ lounties when the IM5! census were
was
dredge moored at tho yards of the re-arrested' I as a fugitive from justue its $3,500,000 hotel which is to bo taken. Kleven: counties have been ad- I fI f

Tampa Shipbuilding Engineering'j Blanche M. Armstrong California constructed at the water front on deli. since then milking total of 1)3)

Company, Harry McCuherty 20 'state agent arrived her with extradition Beach Drive. Workmen have broken counties The population of the state ,
and will take the I ground and others are operating tho
electrician was xeverly burned while impels girl to
aciording to the IS'l'i;' :; 'onstis, was r1 I
fighting the fire and wus. taken to u (Los Angeles giant dredge which is making a (ill L'llIH.! : ) Of this number r.rIl.7K7> were I
of the lire is undeter I -- of 1,200 feet! into the bay from the I
hospital. Origin
white and :iloi"4! : were colored. Tho
I Quincy-The body of Charles Padl
I present! water front line of the I
mined. property
I population of West Florida in l''l"' ,
l I gett was found by school children A thousand, workmen will be
employed
.
West Palm Bench-P. J, Kirby, i near+ Gretna, six miles from hare, with to rush the hotel to completion was 16lXHfi! ; Middle ..Florida I2 .IUI ; I
I his throat cut from to and the Northeastern Florida, U.'lI.U20!: ; (" t
San Benieto Texas 35; was instantly ear ear for next season it was announced .
killed and his companion a !Mr. Kel- I jugular vein severed A knife near by the contractor.TallahasseeUna trill Florida 2Xli21( : : ; South 1" .n'j

lum, of Athens, Ca., was badly cut the body was believed by officers to I 11.1,458. The new census is ,' ,' ( t ti

about the head when the truck in I i have been used by the man in killing of the first measures to reveal some starling information I i ias Ju- l. I

which they were riding overturned i himself. They considered the evidence to be introduced in the next leirI to the .shifting of ,population, from I j juno .. -.-. .

about eight miles north of Here. The so plainly Indicated suicide that no I Islaturc, according to Fred II. DUVIH section to the other. Considerable I,
I
truck overturned in trying to negotiate -I inquest was held A note found on the I j escntativo from Lam county will interest cenleiaround l the n'nsus bei !

a sharp curve In the road pin- body and addressed to J. li. Padgett, I he hills repealing the present cattle use it will /be u i>d iirf a basis. for reapporlionmi i t 6'

ning Kirby beneath It was decided |11\ brother of Cecil Ala., indicated that dipping| | law Mr. Davis said that ho nt in, I II". in'xt legislature, I IuntrtiEs ,

that no investigation by a coroner's brooding: over religion( probably wa and Senator: Hodges from this <|M-
SJo: \It TWO i i iMil.I
the cause of the suicide. trict will each introduce a bill at tho
.
jury wa !
neccssnrjrTollnhasee I first ON IIns\ MARK i iBuick
opportunity looking to this end.
--The < rvmg need of West Palm Beach-Charles Tarter, Another measure which will .
: probably Plant! City, 1 1'rbruit. 1.1-With, the i iI II
the day 1 is: nit more laws but less Jersey City negro and Hoi I in Welters be sought ut the next session of the I i.rry .oSipnicnti t.dn'i, 'imninir i-I losito -

law.us,; l-nd H. l Ii iv H-pic-cnta- I negro of St. Augustine, Flu., Iruiiluturo 1 according to a well informed the 2.11111.1/' ( / |,i "ni' mink' 1.><

tivc-clcct fn.in I i., . I hound over to the grand jury on ar- prohibit horse racing Florida.
II in The ft 'stThnrrda... night I IT ixp< 4trd, to ,
iiiiLrnrmnt' on the charge "f usxult conimsession of the legislature +isexpected !I..w Up tin illlul'. ,il j ,In. lll-ltl'lll" for Service and
with iMi-rit to kill. It is alleged that anywhere
to he of tho '
one .
most stormy 11 I ( next uiik' or (i. Id 'Ijcrrn-s' al.!
Stop Worst Cough Cartel unit/ Welters attacked Hugh in the recent history of Florida I1 ady ",d" v II lot 1 I. Din*. v\ itihmun with knives seriously I
tin frost "bii, j! II., bl/,. .ens un kno k. I Ii everywhere is likean
H A r-ni-,irkibli,* in w and. nno] \ I WHIP. ling him when he ordored Pt'ruaeola- Fourteen vicious dugs. ,
; <- .. 'l e..u,11(1\ ".. i rd off, caur4iiur' "d..I.I i'. .f y4iniida\ <
relief withtin trot them tot move on on drawbridge belonging to an aged attackedand
a railway
negro
-
uiu.iltr '
.1 inj -
cs
: >'' in the/ formation of i I..v. bin.-norn, fort I
breaks a sevcru cuueli In 24 between Plam Beach and West seriously Injured Mrs. Stacey In- insurance policy.
Palm I Beach. graham, .10, wife of t the setting of a new crop. Inaqmh |
The treatment Is based on tho a dairyman on
there ,
as aita lot 4if Irr'e I
prescription known an L>r. Klnir.sNew the outskirts of Pen" collt. The young "
J utHcovory for Uounas. Jfoii West. Palm Beach-R. C. Curley noticing that her woman ",.t" und not all blossoms h.iviIn...n > Wherevervhenever '

Jake JJI'orhr: teaspoonful' for IS or and 2') held coneld > :87; of Springfield !Mn, F. C. Davis, toward the city where cow she feared were going they )knocked and also inusmu men "iii, I[

' before swallowing\ wlth"uttollo..lolI of St. Louis, Mo., and W. J. !Demon- would be placed In pound had startedto berries mature more rapidly than l] drive it

.. with double water.action.The prescription U not- brim Alms Clark also of SprinM'fteld.were overtake them and drive them back other owing to diOVring'iioils and uxp'lsures you protectsthe
Ihn hs and heals soreness and no absolute hut-nff in .
only arrested here on charges ofounterfeiting to her home. For shipments
Irritation, but It quickly loosens I some unexplained Is to be continuous satis-
t and remove the 1'111"1(0' and conge.tlon (' and are held for department reason one of tho dogs attacked her anticipated. The main t
which are the direct caaitvt shortage from the present cold will ,
of justice operatives on the I and the others of the .
pack followed
astonished the coughing.how '|quirky/ the have couivn-b
log stopped. and tho with whole this. I"ollith new condition treatment announcement by Sheriff R. ('. Baker. ground A man living nearby rushedto the berries which would have matured factory operation

noes In a very ihort limn. Curley formerly was a policeman her aid and chased the dogs. 1 from the present crop of blossoms
The proscription In for couah away would have matured in the Buick.
here. Sheriff Baker said he seized [Her ordinary
and
arms face
chest coljj. hoar. n. brom'hitln. were torn and your
pasmoillc, 'roup. ,"G'. It Is cx,'..It">uc pnraphcrmlia found in the room occupied streaked by gashes of the vicious ani course of events. The effects will be

ro for harmful children drugs.as well E as>nomii.il J\'rowuupo-. tonp: by Davis in a hotel here. Davis mals. She also suffered bruises and felt more or less for a month In all

as dope lit only:! ono teaspoonfuls the sheriff said had $1,750 in bills in contusions on her legs. Eight of .the probability.
At all Rood drunnllta. Ask for hipo.session when arrested. dogs have been shot !Meanwhile' the cold 1 snap has sent

prices skyrocketing, with Thursday's
0, la-Ernest Went was killed and Tampa-His efforts to produce a offerings in the fare of chilly winds LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.

''W F. Arnold and his two sons Jewell kite superior to that of any of his and predicted frosts, bringing an averse M. Smith M.nag.r.

DISCOVERY ]It', and Knlley. 11, were seriously Inured playmates cost the life of Benjamin of 34 cents per quart. Friday's

roe ; when a truck in which they Guy Little 11 year old. Benny appeared offerings are going at an even higher Baker, Bradford, Columbia. and Union Counties

I were r,'ling was struck by a north- before his playmates witha average-probably 36 cents for tha -- --- -

bund'.- -Seaboard. Air Line- passenger kite he told them was the "last day. r "!"wU! When better automobiles are built Buick will build them ;



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DAf. .P FOi'TZ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM. STARKE. FLORIDA _____ FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20. 1923.:
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: :.::. I ments were served by the hostessesMrs. ''of Chapter 9312, Laws of Florida, Gasoline tax fund, $2,700,000. work $862,623.35.

Bennett and :Mrs Barefoot. 1023, and cover funds available for Gasoline inspection fund, tl75ooo.1 Net estimated resources available
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a..l -- -- --.- --- construction and maintenance of construction and
c::.i. the Automobile license fund, $1,750,000. for road maintenance -
l j VALENTINE PARTY ronds. They were compiled, in connection Auto title registration fund;: $50,- I $7,763,653.20. .
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budget
with the department's : h
d a-\., ieIx: Mrs. Vivian Sanders and Miss for the year, which is planned to exhaust I 100.Federal. aid fund, $2,831,160.42. : Luke Worth-Construction of Olive
Louise Fernandez delightful
a
gave estimated for
the resources Due from counties for work done, Street Bridge over Canal practically
i Valentine party Saturday: evening, at work during the twelve months I U'etl.
: $22i,010,61.Tutal ass
,
the manse1, for the Junior Christian
t \ ---. ---- -- period, except for 10 per cent which estimated resources for year Tampa-320-acre tract in Rocky
i'hoiirs! '-!!H nod KM) ) Endeavor Society. is held in reserve for emergency work I!.25, $8,620,283.55. Point district to be subdivided andplaced
t The guests asked to draw
were not included l in the budget, as is pro- market. .
Ten cent for on
reserve
1- -- hearts and after reading the -direc- per emergency
2(>TH l KM:: ll I KY CLUB: : | dl""" -- d. with Mrs. ..J.V.. White as lions in the heart, each guest was vided A complete by statute.statement of the cstimiitfd -

i leaili-r. The subject of necessary work I called upon to to "do what his heart ( ic'sounefollows: I IBalnnn tg! :nfirpykltitaahtlftytcciin'ya C ) <" naaaaaaa'sntttn i R g04ILjPntm c '
Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek entertained at the l"trMunUIU" also discussed, | told him," which was the cause of on hand January 1, 1923:;, r c
the 20th f'enlury Card (Clul> and oniimUfcs"' unpointed to attend much amusement. The feature of the ,
I
: a 11'"J.I :! ,:i i
Thursday ncmn ut their attractive to t Ihu work. was a postoflke with a win
i evening .
I :Materoail tax t fund! $150tnoIEN'f ) l!
; home. | During the social period the hos.I dow shaped like a red heart, and in 9
As top store holder, Mrs. F. F. | tosses nerved tempting candwiches, this little office Miss Alice Femandi '
Stump received a vanity compact, i cake and hot chocolate. acted as post-mistress, handing to 1:
while Mrs O. L. Bcaslcy made low I .-. each guest a comic valentine. .A4VORPCOLUMN\ 'I
and was consoled with a compact. E. I MISS MATTHEWS ENTERTAINED The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. It. '
J L. Bifrfrs mado high and J. J. Truby 1..011 MISS STUUTH S. Fernandez and Mrs. II. A. Tucker, 1fi
low, and the hostess presented each served sandwiches, heart shaped can ( )
Matthews a '
!Miss Florence gave
handkcrchiff. Miss dies hot
with a pongee and chocolate. ,.
home North 7 t,
her
1 sewing party at on ,
Alice Tharin and Miss Grace Graham, Thirty guests enjoyed this CM- I IIlb V
afternoon,
of Kmlenton. Pa., each received a Walnut street, Saturday nlng. FOR SALE-One Jersey milk cow. 74
from :8:30:: to 5:30: complimentary to
John Lev-
dainty pongee handkerchief as guest Just ready to calf Apply
prize. Miss Hilda Struth whose marriageto FIVE MILE I erett, Hampton, Fla. 2-13-2t-2-20 '
Mr. Laurie Edwards was an eventof l I ,
hostess served delightful salad
The I II
,4.f. course of chicken salad, saltines the 19th 'Inst.I Pine! Hill, Feb. 20-Mrs. A. C. Hull I I FOR RENT.8-room house on South I II

r, pickles, hot chocolate and whipped I The time was pleasantly spent in spent Sunday with her daughter,':\lrll'l I I street Rent cheap. See F. F. Flume. [
cream, salted nuts. A nosegay of :, fringing a i luncheon cloth and napkins E. L. Youngblood, of Graham. l-3P-tf.
each plate. for the bride, and in solving a puzzle Mr. Sheffield was in Waldo on
nasturtiums was placed on I, FOR SALE-Genuine Porto Rico l ,
1 Hard candles wore served on the card called "Steps to a marriage"The business Saturday. I ,
I R. L. Brown, of Hampton, here! sweet potato seed 3 cents per th'l
naiad was
the hostess served a tempting I ,
I tables during game. D. W. Moore, Theressa, Fla. j I
of chicken salad, Monday.
course consisting I I VIII I
I rUIDAY :AFTERNOONItKIDflK 'olives, pickles, anilines, potato chips, Mr Roosevelt! Hall, who is employed WA.ITED-Sow and pigs or sow that
CLUB I hot chocolate and whipped cream. The with the Seaboard Railway Company Will soon farrow. Must be reasonable I
r ---- I'favors were dainty valentines. spent Monday here with his in price.. II. B. Wiggins. It*
i :Jfiss Alice Tharin was the charm- | Miss Matthews' guests included parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall.
'i' { tag hostess to the Friday Afternoon Misses Ethel Griffin, Carolyn Fripp, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Johns, of Wal- FOR SALE-S. C. White Leghorneggs
:: Bridge Club last week, when three I I Mable Edwards, Nellie Stearns, Kate do, were visiting friends here Saturday (Ferris Strain), 15 eggs $l.fiO
tables of bridge players were enter- night. T. A. Wall, Rosemere, Starke, Fla.
I i Struth, Ailecn Alvarez, Alice Tharin, Distapce is handicap to efficient banking, as
no :
I
talned. ''Muble Wellor, Grace Graham, of :Mr. Sheffield and son-in-law, Mr. 2-20.4t | a
I An iridescent perfume bottle was Kmlenton, I'a.Irs.! M. E. Edwards, Walton Payne, were attending to has been conclusively demonstrated by depositors now I?
presented Mrs. II. II. Young as hold- business in Gainesville Monday. FOR SALE-I horse, 1 buggy, t.
I Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, !Mrs E. K. Perry-
: far removed from Starke. ,
: r er of top score, and Mrs. O. L, Beas- man, and Mrs. C. It. Masters, ofTampa !Mr. Ray and son, of Waldo, were wagon, farming implements, forty
ley was given us low prize, a hand- | I here Sunday evening.Mrs. head of goats. 1 cow and heifer I
of institutionand
painted bridge score pad. I I A. C. Hall spent Friday in calf. J. B. Provatt, Hampton It* Personally knowing the officers an f

After the bridge frame, covers were INFORMAL: PARTY I Waldo with friends and relatives.Mr. FOR SALE-Nice farm mare, 6 years a confidence in their judgement, makes it both
r ii' laid on the card tables and they TUESDAY EVENING: : and Mrs. George Ambrose, of
I' Will be consider this of
I I old, broke to all harness. desirable and profitable to means
y guests were! served with refreshing Waldo, were the guests of Mr. and "."
: orange ice topped with green cherry I Mrs. D. E. Knight entertained a I Mrs. E. J. Dowling Monday. sold for $ > cash and satisfaction banking.
.
guaranteed. [ W. Andreu, 1 mile
and angel food cake. A nosegay of number of young people Tuesday evening Misses Climmie and Lueile Hall \ r
,I, violets wow !placed on each plate. Hard in honor of her son, Hollis V. were in Waldo Thursday. west of Starke. 2-29-tf. We give prompt attention to such accounts. We

.. candies were served during the game. Knight, who will leave shortly for W. II. Hall and sun, Lynn, were the FOR SA-LJo-Chkk": from our heavy solicit business and satisfac-
Besides theclub members the I'unta Gorda. 'guests of his brother A. C. Hall Fri laying Tom Barron strain White your guarantee complete
'. I guests included Mrs .\. Z. Adklns, 1! Bridge was enjoyed throughout the day. leghorns $ir hundred; $120.00 thouI I tion. Our investment and bond service is conservative h:
\ (M f Mrs. II. II. Young, Miss Grace Graham | evening, also "listening in" over the !Miss Hicks, of Waldo, was a visitorat sand. Live delivery. The Bagnall
,1 of I Kmlenton: l'a., and Miss I'earl radio. the home of :'>lr. and Mrs. A. C. Poultry Farm Midway. Flo. It* and and sound. Write us. d
'It' Tatum, of DeLand. j The hostess served fruit punch during -, Hall Monday.Mr. 3'
the games and at their conclusion, and :Mrs. Payne and family FOIl SALE-My home on Cherry a
\ f" HEADING CIRCLE: MKf WITH I delicious ice cream and cake. motored to Hampton and Waldo Saturday street. One half cash and balanceon a
1 .MRS.I PEEK live years time. House has I
r )1 Wo;. BENNETT ENTERTAINED:: : : plumbing In basement and upstairs.
I I.' The reading circle of the Methodist IVV. M. S. CIRCLE STATE ROAD BOARD HAS W. E. Daugherty. It* Bradford County Bank
met afteri I
I II missionary society Monday -
$8.180,000 TO USE IN YEAR 1923
i, J: noon at 3:30: with Mrs. C. L. Peek and I I The circle of the W. :M. S, of the FOR SALE Busy Bee Lunch and
.i daulhterIr"! E. K. ferryman, OH Baptist church held its regular meeting Tallahassee, Feb. 12-Estimated Fruit stand South Walnut street. Bradford County' Financial Stronghold
t hostesses. Notwithstanding the rain at the homo of Mrs. G. II. Bennett resouii of the state road, departmentfor Good location; new counters and Established 1889
G+ ,,- at the appointed hour for the meeting After the Bihlc study and business of the year l'J23:!:; total $ Il lO,4.O.OJ.: shelves and equipment. Fresh stock. Ft
there was a good attendance and I the circle was concluded the ladies according figures just made public Reason for selling on account of u ti STARKE, FLA.
e much interst manifest. 'sewed for the orphanage. and their, by. the department. The estimates I health. Ju-t $::;00 cash takes nil. B. :'d} IrIl1fiJJI
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I''I I Friday from a motor trip on tho East ever attended and that tho -- --- -
city wascrowded Ellento--Fuller store building to Every now and then
a fountain
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i : .Coast. of the country.A with .visitor from all parts I be converted into updu-dnte hotel I pen tilin.gets cussed for acting like n foun-

Bits oi I Beautiful 'line of spring millinery '
land 1 dresses now ready for your in- pleasantly anticipated nlTiiir for ADVICETOTHEAGEDA -tluuiiual
: k-uustiuaiioit bared
I1iI I spection nt Marguerite's Shoppe. Saturday afternoon is a tn'ilkllIrl I .. hrin.Inflnnltt.urh..tu I I I In M to 31 Days
() bawd, _... .. .. r.lw.r.Tutt'S
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: to be given' by Misses Alien Thnrin k .dn. lorpij "I. \XWITII" PEPSIN" i is nlirepnrrrl Itpechl\.
I Allen Canovn, of Winston-Salem, and Carolyn Fripp" lit the club house \ S SympTonlo-Lnxatlve Habitual
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Concerning Pills ("'" l'I' >UII. ". It relieves,
Our promptly Dud
N. C., and Levy Canova, of Jacksonville As this is near WashlriKton's hil'thI.' ,) should. ( lit1 ,iken regularly fur 14 to 21 day
Progres of the ; .j I i spent Sunday with their parents the decorations and favors will be in j !h.... D.cflc! effect than t" I uncle,, 1"1111,1'11'11011.,, It Stimulates and
I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova. keeping with the day America cele I MimuUtinif the .....w.I.on. .i... organ natural' I' key!:ul.ltrs Very I'luasant 1 to Take. sUe
action,uil .... .
1 I. __ brates. I Imp. near lu tho >>.turn. pi r In K lie.
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I Mr. and Mrs Oscar Alvarez and --- I

G. M. Innuin was u business visitorto : \ .I II son, J. G., of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Tuesday, the 17th inst., was the
Lake Butler Monday I I with her mother,. !Mrs. Lalla I twenty-seventh anniversary! of tho I II
i I Chace. death of !Miss Frances Willmrd, the !
F. F. Stump was a business visitor I founder of the Woman's Christian You can saveIInndreds
to Jacksonville first of week. I Boiled ham, Swift's sugar cured I' Temperance Union. In the first six:
ham and breakfast bacon sliced and i': 'grades of the B. II. S. the day wns oh-
Seed peanuts. N. B. Hull. in strips at Variety Market. |j served by temperance teachings IIndIItorl's of Dollars
.if Miss Willard's, life.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorost were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kicklitcr gave Iivliev
visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. 'an ice cream supper Tuesday eveningin !Mrs. II. M. Smith and! daughter, \\, the new MichelinComfort
honor of their Deice, Mrs. Kimble, Mrs. S. L. West of Plttsburg, Pa., Cord will revolutionize .
arrived I Friday for several days visit all motoring. Twice
of all
Washington, D. C. Those
Buy Hatching at Wood's.DeWitt present
eggs spent a very pleasant evening j with Mrs. Smith's son, E. II. Smith, bit as ordinary tires, inll.ucd(
and wife. hI I less! than half the pressure" ,
visitor C. Jones was a business Buy Hatching eggs at Wood's. it cushion! cars so perfectly it
to Jacksonville Monday. '
TUB STttAWBEKKY MOVEMENTThe u ill ".\\'cUtl' lunulrcJs'" of dol-
I r and Mrs. II. C. Richard and
aparty l.irs in
continued cool and rainy car upkeep.uul Jeprecialioii. -
L. E.
Moseley, of Raiford, was a ,, of friends motored here
visitor to Starke Monday. I I i afternoon from Pulutka Sunday weather is holding up the shipping' of It (its present rims andeo.its
and
I I : guests, of Mrs. Emma Richard were and .' strawberries to a considerable! extf'nt.IIlrel.tln. about the KUino at
Royal Society Package of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. I. .: the quality of the fruit all orJin.irvtiros. Will >oucotn
Quality at Sternberg' i well.\ The prices last Friday riingedbetween
'--, II I I!! $7.00 and '1.M, the highest I in tote if.
Mertio Newman who is employed I j' quoted at the platform this season j[
Col. D.
E. Knight and II. V. !
Knightmotored I in the street car service in Jacksonville '
'I I The; remaining days tho price uvoraged Smith'sSI'ARKK
to Pulutka Tuesday. Garage. .
spent Saturday and Sunday
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around $iU)0. A total I of 18,000 _
with his aunts, !Mrs. Silcox and Miss I
quarts were shipped during the weekending
Mrs. Simmons of ;Maxville, spent :Beulah Edwards. Wednesday. \ :, FLA.
Tuesday hero shopping. I'
Cabbage, peas and beets continue
I \\'. Douglass shoes for $3.00; to !go forward dally by open express,
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Sausage-The kind you enjoy eat- can't IH heat. Sternberg's. while
Thursday refrigerator of
ing-at Variety Market. __. I II ji i:i I j i ii cabbtigf lout beets n was shipped ear by K.M. .
i I I Harold C. Wall, who is employed Thomas.
Freeman Johns, of Baldwin spent i |i in Jacksonville in the Florida Inspection ---
Sunday with his father, Jeff Johns. !l ( and tinting Bureau spent Sun- ATTENTION.' : PESSIMIST: !
I|day with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.: and Mrs. L. Wymun motoredto : W. L. Wnll.i "My grandpa notes the world's worn
Jacksonville for the day Sunday. I! cogs

------ i j i i !Misses Hazel Middluton: Harriet And says we're going to the dogs.
T. T. Long of Cocoa, spent Sunday I iI I Kiti'li, Elise Tones Florence and His. irrnndnd in his house of lags .. .
with his mother, Mrs. Cornelia Long. II|| j Elizabeth Andrews were week-end Swore things were going to the dogs '
,guests of Miss Virginia Weeks, of His dad among the Flemish bogs MICHELINi""Con1ort"
Don't fail to see the new spring line I Urooker. Vowed things were !going to the dogs. ,
of hats and dresses arriving daily at The cave man in his queer togs I Cord
MarguAite's Shoppo. Mrs. M. E Edwards Misses. Mablo Said things were going to the dogs r V."I I r?, a..,,'.,.h. .
j Edwards, Hilda Struth; Alice Thnrln, Hut this is what I wish to state: "rho.n. I p;.,.r, .h. '
Major Fred Beck has returned from Lucile Mitchell motored to The dogs have had an awful wait." r-.ar.-e.nitwww .-..
several days spent in St. Petersburgwith I, Gainesville Sunday afternoon and .t Exchange.The .
his son, Alvin. 1 guests of Mrs. J, C. Adkins. -
Quinine Thai Don Not Affect The HeadBrrimai

Buy Hatching I Among the guests of Mr. and !Mrs of It* tnnlr find! 'Inxntlvft. rffwl.. LAXAne ) I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY ,
eggs at Wood's. : : 1IKUMO (,UljlNI.NK! : .."....) ran (>n Inki-n
J. Rigdon Sunday were: Rev. W. t>y anyone without nninlna'nrrvonnx.xorr/ne/na
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Messers. Orville J. Griflis W. A. M. Moody, of LaCrosse John nom. lutholiuuil. -E.W.fIuth5ditauutrvuubi- --- ,. Jet INMAN &. RITCH .
Bessent and Dr. W. B. Parks spent I' ons. of Urooker, Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur SEED PEANUTS KKPKESKNT: THE REST I.KADINfJ
Sunday in Jacksonville. Rigdon Virgil Dukes and Miss Flos
i iAccmENT
INSURANCE: COMPANIES. Film
Rigdon, of Jacksonville.Mrs. N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts ,
$1.00 bushel LIFE, AUTOMOIHLE: ,
per' (Four cents
business M. Leviton trip to has Ft.returned Lauderdale from and a j J. M. Mitchell who has been per pound) f. a. b. Lowell, B'ln. BONUS, LIAIJILITY .

other South Florida towns. I visiting in Tampa and [Lakeland is. II. T. HALL COMPANY. ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
I expected home today, nnd she will be 19tf.! Lowell Fin.

Crepe de chine Satin. Canton I accompanied by Mrs. W. h. Mitchell ,
of Lakeland, who will spend several J.
and :Sport; bilks at Sternberg's. '
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Miss Carrie Uglow Mr. II. II. Ford
and family will arrive in Starke Sat- Get that new suit made to .

urday from Michigan.We iF"'I", measure at :Sternberjr's.From ; / .

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can supply a few customers the DeLand Dully News, Feb
with pure Jersey milk. N. B. Hull. I' llth: Mr. und !Mrs. Jo'. A. Scott, pa
i of W. A. Scott an employee of

Mr. and !Mrs. W J. Griffin, of Jack ,I I theV'oluaiu County Bank and Trust
{ Co., !Mr.
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and J. T.
sonville, spent several days last week Quigley, his
with !Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Griflln. | uncle and aunt, are his guests for u ... t
few days. Their home is in Starve. -1
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the week-end with his cousin, Jimmie following party spent Sunday
Brownlce. Mrs. Catherine Davis at her l :, ,
Kingslcy Luke cottage: Mr. nnd I\IrM. h Mi
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Mr. and !Mrs. James Purvis of St. Ma..cotfiases ,
; : Josie Hoffman The- p
Petersburg were guests Thursday of { a, Mary and :Marguerite .. .. .,
Bianco, :
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. .
members of the O. .A. D. Club of t. ,
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visiting her mother Mrs. S. F. Ilam- '"
Marshal Kite and ;
family have rc-
rick, returned Saturday to Avon Park.
rned from Tampa where they spent I pJ"
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Creamery butter and cheese, fresh i the South Florida Fair. Chief
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Kite says the fair was the best lie, i 1

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For Big / ; : severance and ordinary qualities; exalted idealism...honest. courage-..broatl human kindness

Cakes --and practical common sense--.were George Washington's common assets. Let us always

Regularly remember Washington, whose birthday we this week observe.

and Little 25c, Saturday only

: When the little voice of discouragecment whispers in your ear-..think of Washington.I ....

ShaversA : 20c I lIe heard it.-il fairly screamed at him. I lIe met reverses.-.he was forced to retreat at times

---encountered failures...but they only inspired him on to greater efforts..-and in the end
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hygenic and comfort- TOUXI1 CAKE ,
able supplies for the man : This bank offers a helping hand to all. Courtesy, cooperation and knowledge based
CL'I'[ CAKKSCINNAMON
who shaven at home-and
we all do. j i,' upon many years of experience are offered you here in your struggle! for independence and
W ]HUNS
Well worth the COt for : : peace.
that "Pepful"\ feeling alone.A I PIES ALL KINDS

dollar will buy much in JELLY KOLLS
this department. Come in.
: 1 DOiGIINUTgCOOKIES BANK OF STARKEThe
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BROOKER last week at Pine Hill with her FOR OVER 40 YEARS
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brother, E. Thomas and sister, Mrs.
r !; I Current Events I' Brookur, Feb. 20-Joe Andrews, H. Shaw. lit used!.I/s.CATA. I IUtJI ::ul(:treatment\ has beer o;;

FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS Jr., of Sturke, was attending to bull-'I Catarrh.

TilE I "IEIACIIJ ness here one day this week HIGHLAND lt\i.ts CAT A 11 ii u nirmciMi: >n.MiaiH .
I I'I E. of an Ointment which Qulek'y
\\1 I Miss Beatrice Howe, of Lawtey Ke-llnvrn by local application and tht

'I I When it comes to quantity pie-inuk- was the guest of Miss Ruble Gainey I Highland, Feb. 20-D. L. Rigby, of Internal Medicine, a e'btneuus' net

. : AND: IRUCkEUS ARK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE ing in rather crowded quarters with for the week-end. j Safety Harbor, spent Sunday herewith throutfh, thyg tho reducing Blood on tho Inflammation.. Surfaces

r ARTICLES of FARM EXPERIENCES; : AND :M El'HODS FOUND; ordinary bakers' helpers instead of Mr. and Mrs Hogan Smith and his family i iKev. Bold by all druguuiu.

1 t TO KE UfcSI1: SUITED TO OLIl; COt; ;I.'f\ the trim house-wife, mist of us would children, of Sampson, were visiting I L. A. Mosely, of Jacksonville, F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.

o '. prefer to have as few hands as pos- I relatives here this vvpek. held regular services at the Baptist I j

Bible touch tho dough. In most modem I H. P. Gainey and Henry Shaw were I church Saturday and Sunday. I
I POISONOUS: GASI!
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6 \Tfll K\KH AM: Cd' E : pie-bakeries this desirable condi- week-end visitors to Okcechobeo this Mr. and/ Mrs F. D. Lang and

PI l.LEIS: TIME 10 HE\' EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYIfliPOltl'S; : tion exists. Mixing und kneading machines week. I. then motored to Starke Sunday. -:--

11.4)1'I I .1 the dough and it Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Misses Ethel Carbon monoxide gas kills instant
prepare cut
A GEN'TS' :: Fred Mutt, of Sturkc, was guestof and precaution should betaken
"During the next several weeks : into lumps just the right size for u friends here Saturday evening. Ricks and Winifred Wimbcrly, Ally every

A considerable alti,tition, will l he paid to I Okalonm--J.'arm"rll: arc interested Mingle/ pie crust, which lumps are Hal]>h J-Jazln, of Cedar Keys was bert Lamons and H. C. Wimberly, Jr., small private against garage.running If a engine it is necessary in a-

filling\ the imulmtiir und netting the I in better farming and diversified dropped one by ono into the hopper ofa visiting homefolks here this week.G were visitors to Maxville Sunday. to run the engine for any period,

t hen. Now i is the time for us to act if pie-machine. i I 1J Colson und family attendedthe T. M. Limbaugh, of btarko was
ciops. | in making repairs or adjustments
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i we expect to be fully stocked this fall I Each lump passes between rollersin birthday dinner at his father's transacting business here 1Ionday.as
the car should! by all means be runinto
with well developed pullets," Buys N. I Baker-Ordered one car of fertilizer two different directions, thereby'' lust Wednesday. Mr. Colson celebrated Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan! of Baldwin the and even then the direct

' i It. Mchrhof, poultryman for the Agricultural cooperatively for farmers who flattening it into a disk a trifle larger'in his ninety-first birthday. visited relatives here Sunday. exhaust upon should; be avoided in -

tt' l Extension Division of 'the I paid! cash. Their net saving over retail diameter thun tho needed ple.crust.1| Cyruss and Don Hoover, of K Hoggs made a business trip to to decrease the possibility order of

University of Florida. "We cannot uf- pricu was about $12u i or more per The disk of dough thus formed slides Sturkc, were attending to business Jacksonville Tuesday. headache and discomfort.

ford to wait until the hut months are 0 tar. We expect to order more cars. down over one of tho ten pie tins on here Monday. I' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swartz motored

here before we decide to net a few | a revolving table, and when it comes Mr. and Mrs. Hoguns, of Atlanta, through to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Colds Cause
"e"H." I Hamilton-Watermelon and cantaloupe to the other Hide a baker pours u Gu, are here with homefolks for : Albert Lamons spent Saturday Qrlp and Influenza

Mr. Muhrhof advises poultry keep. acreage will bu fully us large! ladleful of filling on it. Then when It'' awhile. with friends in Starke. ; LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE: : Tablets remove

as lust while the cuke and to ma- ] I Mrs. M. C. Wingute and Miss the cause There is noly one Qromo Quinine."
ers to gather eggs now and start selecting year pusses under the rollers a second time Mr. and Mrs. Guy Long wore visiting

j them according to shape, to acreage will bu cut M per cent. mother disk of dough drops on it, in Graham Sunday. Wilds, of Starke, were visitors here E w. GKOVE: ilnnaturo. on box.. lot .
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,' ; ; their hHtchabllity. Delays at this Santa Kosu-Two days were spent pressed down tight by another roller, Dukes and Desmond Dukes, all of > !Mrs. W. M. Wimbcrly returned to
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this week the Chumuckla Community '
.'. hatching eggs are kept, tho lower 1 in which also trims off the projecting Dukes were visiting relative hero j her home at Waldo Friday after a' 666
outbreak of
ai: son will increase cost and lower cholera.checking an hog edge of the crusts, leaving the pie '' Sunday. i I visit here with Mr. and Mrs. II. C.

I, It. prof'I'I __ ready for the oven. I I A, A Hazen und family, tf Gainesville Wimberly, I I.. a pmeripUon for
Mr. und Mrs. J. U. ReedIlKS! Lulu
Hatch so the pullets will be Okecchobce.-Our truck growers With the aid of such a machine were visiting relatives here Sun 'I Colds, Grippe, Den ue, Headaches -
Reed and !Miss Florence Reed
developed by November 1. The are busy planting their tomato crops. three men can make from five hun- day. I were Constipation, Biliousness.
ier breeds, such as Rhode Inland Red, dred to six hundred pies an hour. A :Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen wore the visitors to Starke Sunday. It !I. the molt speedy comedy we .n.....

Plymouth Rock, and Wyandotte, will 0 Duval-Some excellent seed corn small electric motor perched at the I guests of P. M. Barefoot ut Starke'

require a longer: growing period than has been delivered to members of the top of tho machine supplies! the pow- Sunday.( II
"COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MAUE WE WOULD MAKE Ii"Get
the \lighter breeds, such as tho Leghorns :- I corn club, who promise to select all er. Such a pie-machine is said to pay !Misses Virginia Weeks, !Mary Ca-

and Anconas. Pullets of the ''of the good seed they raise to furnish 'II for itself even with an output of only nova, Hazel Middleton, Elizabeth and Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers"SIMON1: : PURE and GEM

r heavier breeds require at least six or I next year's corn club members and I j one thousand pies a day. I Florence Andrews, Harriet Ritch und I, BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.
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seven months for development, some others who will want the best seed. others, of Starke, were guests of Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,

requiring/ even longer than this. Mr, February 1 marked the beginning of THE EGG THE SNAKE: !Mrs. R. A. Weeks for the week-end. i Dusters and Dusts.

J Mehrhof says it in not ut all wise to tho twelfth year for county agent COULDN'T: BREAK Guy Long and Royce Gainey were

force growing pullets, and is better work in this county. attending to business in Starke Tues- I E, 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla

to have a normal developing period.) One day while a group of childrenwere
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C e e eS day.Rev.
The lighter/ breeds, such as Leghorns searching for birds' nests among and :Mrs. Proctor were here'I,

and Anronns! require less timeto EXTRACTS FROM the hills of north Georgia they discovered Sunday. lie filled his regular appoint 'I

develop than the heavier breeds, HOME DEMONSTRATIONAGENTS: : : a large snake tightly wound ment at the Baptist church. I

s about five or six months being sufficient. REPORIS "round the limb of an apple tree. ': Mr. John Surrency, of Graham, was II '

_._. . e e e I They called to a gardener, and visiting relatives here Saturday. Our Cross-Word Puzzle

f -- St. Johns --Five club meetings were after he had knocked tho snake from Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne, of Waldo,

i IIIUUl'.UI.IIHiIiWAYS. ; held this week. The report on garden I the tree found to their astonishmentthat was visiting her parents here Sunday.C. II III

work was most encouraging. At Elk- I it could creep but slowly, for in S, Wordsworth Jr., of Live Oak, '- ,

(By Spuds Johnson) ton every member of the junior club I the I middle of its body was a large was a visitor here Tuesday. I' This ('ro...wnrd puzzle was ai'runic- cult However there are some real

d There seems to be "onxiderable discussion |,reported some garden activity. Thir- i I lump. A large crowd from here attended CM J in Grout IJc-iid, Kansas.. We do nut testers m the puzzle, just to arouse

over the state about the movement teen girls in one. community are enrolled The gardener killed the snake and the party ut :Mr. W. H. Harrcll's Sat- have the name of the originator. However your interest\ und the cw>ss-word
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t to eliminate unsightly/ signs club foods and > then opened it. The children guessed urday night. it hue ,design
I in u to study as is an exceptional puzzle t tan should, get great deal oft
+ from along the highways, and 21 of -- -- -- ----
/ !cookery. I many things about the lump, but It and contains some excellent
the 03 counties of the state have established I --- proved to bo a china nest egg from ZlFFZiff' words, we are passing' it along to uur "),") m'nt out oi solving it. Look at

regulations prohibiting/ any i Duvul There has been a better' the henhouse. The snake had been'' readers. No. !.' huruontiil It i is nn 18 letter
', Feb. 20-The resident of J. H.
signs on public highways/ except those ', spirit among club members this fall j i trying to crush the egg by squeezingit Kelley caught on lire here Saturday Few of the words. an rl'ulld.tIi. nun" (. II) boy1!
e placed there by authority of the county 'land winter than ever before Basket- against the limb. I I
but serious
t or state as definite guides. :I ry certainly ,serves us a wonderful I morning no damage was I .
done. r. .. ftI' .
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The Florida Development Hoard means of holding interest in club B.\ HI.Y OFFICE HOURS )
Tom Stewart and Mr. of
Long,
which is the :(tale chamber of commerce work We made 76 (flower baskets the / a n uV
F I In Times Square New York City, u Brookvr, were here one day last week. I
begun Home time ngo/ a movemont past two weeks. Stopped at Loretto
!Mrs Bill Mines Is seriously ill at
dentist has opened an all night of-
to try to crystulUo sentimentfor school one morning and found the 1F
conservation of scenery. With the 1'' boys working on a tireless cooker. lice, in response to the great demandfor this writing. Her many friends hope i

j removal of signs, the next step was The Bavard club sold sandwiches, one who can servo night workers for her a speedy recovery.Dr. .
and those who have to be relieved at ) W. E. Middleton, of Starke,
tho organization! of county beuutiHca- candy and cake at the side of the road -
tion commissions, and these' have been Friday. Iy! 1:30 they had taken in night from bad toothache. The office was a business visitor here the day tu w .l 1 t

r organized I in some counties $ 10.50, some of which will\ bu used for Is opened at midnight and closed at lust week. srr
five in the and he and his !Mr. and !Mrs. I. W. Dyal, of Graham -
morning, assistants ,
We arc strongly of the opinion that the purchase of cooking utensils and o r
d
r, every road should have guiding markers I the rest will go into a scholarshipfund. are kept busy every minuteof spent the week-end here with [ j 4, KY
Mrs. Dyal's sister Miss Opal Lewis.
the time.
,
i' at frequent intervals, and particularly ..
I IA1Clm I Mr, J. B. Thomas and son, R. B. + W x ] e1 fi S
r,' at'on.1/ junctions or cross T-l--O-I-18'; I
t' roads Holmes-Most of my clubs are tak- : : j I were shopping in Brooker Saturday 7 w w Ya

1 (' As to poster advertismrnts alonC ing home improvement and garden I j Miss Rhoda Thomas ,of Daytona,
" roadside gwork.. In Metropolitan! Museum, New I in here visiting her parents, Mr. and
the be either
they
::; 't I may goo York City, there may be seen some \Mrs. J. B. Thomas. :Miss Thomas has
bad. The should be 3 e 7 r av
or unsightly ones
''
Walton-Organized u girls' club at of the first gold coins ever minted. many friends here who are glad to
done away with, and the others kept .
Santa! Rosa with seven members. Five They were found among the rums of welcome her home again.Mr u Hu
t in good else taken down altogether
shape
or I
now members enrolled at Lakowood, Sardis, the capital of Lydia, in Asia and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, .o wW

i who came over six miles to join. They were found among the ruins of Sac Johnnie, Jr., were in Stnrko visiting

I Deuutillcation commissions can doA hud heard of tho club thorough the ills, the capital of Lydia, in Asia their son, Pervia, first of week.
work
good for tho if
highways they'I local leader, and since they could Minor. in '' 1r. and
They were made tho reign'of Mrs. R. B. Thomas and much. ,
I establish! flowers and shrubs or beautiful HORIZONTAL h A
I' come: to meetings in a car they King Croesus ((560-.*>40 B. C.). daughter Hazel, were shopping in .
!'i' Ah
implement.
roadsides. A
trees along
HUIt''I'S.tlon thought best to come there rather The people of Lydia are said to have Brooker Saturday afternoon. 1. One who wonders.
that should receive careful consideration 10 A precise' description!
than ask to organize a new club, been the first people to coin money. I I! Mrs. Thomas spent Sunday with 5. To Brown.
lt i IH that in sections where 11. A beverage.
pecans i of Psalms.
I his daughter Mrs. H. Shaw of Pine 10. King
thrive, \property owners along Okaloosa-Several club meetingswere I ill. Famous. pres. (Init.) 12. Rights (abbr.) -

the roadside be persuaded to plant pecan held' in which nutrition lessons :,,11111.l ,> 13. To kill. I 14. A prolix' meaning three
Tho V/oodlot I Mrs. Delalha of Cooter
Starling
,
I l
trees on each Hide of the road. I were read, and demonstrations were Before 16. A magazine.
The fumvnodlot can furnish work Pond, spent a few days here with her 15.
i This will furnish nut only shade and 1 thu seed box making 17. Thus.
given in planting for moil and teams during tho winter' I I mother i j 16. Tame fondled animals.
1 trees for the ,roadside but also of fountain for chickens 19. Entangle.
one n drinking BeI I,
work I 18.
months uheii other In scarce. J ,\0'. Lewis was in Graham one day Preposition
the most tasteful nuts to be hud. Thu, dinning and "sewing on buttons.AlachuaAssisted Ides aiding/ / the farmer' on (lie laborquebiion. lat week on business. 19. To deduce. 22. Not approachable.

properly owner may not /get all of the l In- u "", H'I' cats supply n porI I' Mr. and Mrs. H. Warren have 20. Time of year. 23. A girl's name.
by N. R. Mehr moved -
the Aroused action.
nuts trees but will 24.
produce surely to
of material the bulk
tlon the luilldioK here. We welcome them. 21. Kxcuse.:
get enough to \pay him for his I 11'0Uhh'l, hof, poultry specialist, six demonstrations 26. A single unit.
of the repair tint I.rml: and n IIIIKO part, | Miss[ Rhoda Thomas 23. Preposition.
i In poultry culling were given. spent one day
will have who 32. A boy's
and provided passersby name
If Dot all of the f eel" used ou the averagu 25: Negative.
eat the nuts a wholesome food. We had 7U\ l present at these demonstrations 33. Preposition
farm. In addition tho well-kepl to. abbr.
27. Pertaining ( )
Where the does. not and everyone learned how To Cure a Cold in One Day 36. Incorporated accountant (abbr)
pecan grow' woodlnt may b< ovule: a source of out 2S Indefinite article.
k other trees and flower may "l>o planted to cull chickens.Suwnnneuhave, aide 1111 ,'iii.' thu.u. ..,:b sales &f timber, i KrUpl fake the LAXATIVE, (.:Cuuiilt and BKOMO Ift-adache QUININE and(wukl Tnblitl.off.the It 2i( Implement. (hewing) 0 37. Portugal (abbr.)

for shade und bcautincntlon. 'I been assisting the I ties or fuel .vciod. j ('...1.1 F W .ROVESi5nantrr on each box 30c :M Personal pronoun. 38. A conjunction. ./

I am going to plant some pecan I 43. To act.
district nurse and doctor in the exnmination 31. Scent.
trees nlnng the roadside farm 47. A critical mark.
on my t tI I
definite
of A
|I school children. Much 31. spot.

I right away _._ l'orl'el'llv.'nrk is needed, and we S: :;, A ho "s' name. : 18. Depart
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1'' "During 11)2) there will probably- are hoping to have a tonsil. clinic for I L Outloolc for Farm Prices I :'IA. Little devil. I .10.50. Repent A man's

be K sustained or slightly increased the county nt Live Oak and hookworm :M, Conjunction. name.
clinics\ in six dilfore'nt m.I A in account. 51. An Italian Province.
demand for such vegetables as lettuce plates separate entry an
I 152.
h o ci'lerv, spinach, and cucumbers. ,, 10. Preposition. Preposition.
HOLES I'I'SIDE DOWN 53. Well-known.
ax 0) 41 1. In of.
but little for increase rl', spite
pi) i'spoil any so _
54. Guided.
in the domain! f"rlhhll nmonsami I Two men were vvuting for a train 12. Editor (abbr.) ;
-
\ i 1 f.5. Part of the verb "to be"
z lunuitoeu," si\s a report' of the .ind one said"I.: will ask you a question : 41. An eastern state (abbr.) Ii Characteristics.
,
United ''tatiPi'put'limint ,of \incluture I t i+ and if 1 can not answer my own "5. Thus. 1513.

t'' qut'stioti, I will buy the tickets Then I I \ 46. Members of a church body. //57. To An go insect.(Scot)

;7. To talk.
>
'- \'<'iii ask me n question, and if you cannot : v M. A European black bird. I 67. A girl's! name.

I answer/ jour own, you buy the 68. Artless
ing!; Seeds 1 in I 'kitTlu. > other agreed to this.Uill : I 59.: ( Short letters. i
70 Remote.
I ," the first man said, "you seethe h... ,. \.. til). A curved bone.
1I 71. A title given to an English: Peer.
I IIh. ((52. Nickname of famous Press.
1 IVI 73. Past tense of sleep.
:I -i'
..-., holes without leaving any dirt "" ,{ US. An eagle.
Catalog 74. To throw
I /1 v "" i 1I.\ Boy's nickname. about.
nomad them I ? The other Confessed: <. .
76. To put
"I I don't know. That's I 05. Same as 62 horizontal. away.
"
jour question,
rtft. A girl's name. 78. A unit of measure (abbr.)
it the first
o IIn8w.'r yourself.\ man toe
This Is the tTi'nti>-t and most occu' i winked. und replied: "They begin atI 7i I fit.\! Army order (abbr.) 70. A note of the musical cereaJs'scale.

rato Nerd HooK 0l'' published' 1 for the the bottom und dig up!" "But," said I 70. Boy's name (abbr). 80. Coarse outer roat of

Bout!h.) 11J pi"..1(' s JjU actual I'blltou'lIt'hfoo I: the second man, "how do they get to 72. Boy's name (abbr). 82. You (German polite form)
l liiniisomo, covet S1. A bever.iire8i
1'1I'IlIr'H. :
7.1. A
the bottom to begin ? "That is step.
pages In full colors, nrfiirato descrip '''qlll''til'n," was the first\ man's rejoin-I w .. or.. ., '" .. + H{ 7" Po-sessivc, form of a girl's name. A nw.lcrliMn, (:abbr).
atone valuableculture' directions and i i:'>: imi IMIstl i ISMIWI i iwl tw. wa mum imu74 tire IA75 u77 ian 19791_ 77. To be able. 8t Hi.use. of Lards (ahbr.)
the most i I.A' fill Stel" nook there. Is. i der "Answer it yourself." The other Die i u 1018 iiir Uii I.N IWO mi tea IeltwlloLEstt.l' I

Is n'"nlllt'II'' fr.'O and want man bought the tickets. Boston 80. To cure, as herring, by salting
It wn I Pulses IWRI'I11 TUB ov/u wia AND( nomo "' {)
' you to have It In )our home Hast 1 I Post. trots TUB CIVIL \\'All leas TO U.JO I"", *NU roM 1 HE HOlllL and smoking. I y 15 5 X (Z ;> } y l
\\'Alt 1010 TO I'" -IO.h
I Inira' Seeds. rhn standard of the R1!' Cuts.
TAP E 'J A
FZ L
a South. an, as always, tbe best seeds I Will prices g-o up or down or remain stntlonnrj during the next dccndaj 83. Allowance made for waste,

' grown Riinten. field and lower Perfectly Comprehensible.. If you knew the nnnwer to that question and knew how tn take advantage of A lock of human hair. q X P I N L A P A
I 184.
; seeds, plants and bulbs that do well Tim following spcocli. was mails by the situation. It would mean money tn your pocket uciordlmr to the Sears-Roe- ; To shun. I L L T O E n A M Q

la tho South lire all fully described I s lawyer on behalf of bits client wbascow buck Agrlcnltunl Foundation 87. Main thoroughfare (abbr). I L f E F i F E R A M
with 1935 attractive prices, the lowestwe Dr. O. F. Warren agricultural economist of ,
line been killed train "If Cornell university, hOB collect- 88. Large quantities.
i by a : S T A f F R 0 0 T 5
can possibly sell good seeds, planti . expected. finds
prices !
he train had been rua"lt should hnv are acting In 89. Wide-mouth water pitchers. q q
billow All 1925
and customers
will get 5 srcil rackets our oC beautiful been ran. or If the b/ll had het n rung almost exactly the genie WilY they did following the Civil war The price level 90. At an angle.
following this ChI! war continued to fall for 13 FARM V R 1 T d
years
flowers absolutely free. The big new as It should have been rang, or If the 1)1'arrea believes VERTICAL
price levels In the United: Stntes will again act In this WRY E rot I T EAR TIN E
1925 Seed Dank tells all about It whistle! hnd been blown as It should. 1. Unusual.
Write for It to Britain alone bee vent tn the United Stuffs since the beginning! of the war more
neither, the cow would not nave bteD4l.Iun'tJ H A T 13 I T S
3. Six
r H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, > than ll.SOO.OOO.OOO north of gold-nearly a Quarter of all the gold money In (Roman num.)
.. \ "A IOD she va LlUtKL"SUBSCRIBE tile world Before long Dr. Warren thinks, Europe will take her gold back. 4. Boy' name (abbr.) T 1 A R L E E W

ATLANTA, GA. TO THE TELEGRAPHt Then price will ga down. I 6. A bone. JAMES LLAMA
7. An exclamation.



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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1095. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA I

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WOODLAWN; !I! Thin-let' Dinkins. tored! to Lawtey Monday. her : ; ----- -- "
parent.Mr,, Jack
and :Mi*. How,'. ,
I The fi f. til ( o.iitlv ,
many tends nf :\11'1.: H upon tt. t\th Jar' nf \pril, A.
Woodlawn, Feb :'JO -1)) R. Brown- I : King will 'he II 1'i.T. nt the Court. U",".,. ,In .,,1.1 "fuunlv, 11P1..r..lu \
Mr. and Mrs. AV. H. Edwards and J. F. C. Pulsifer. of Jacksonville Mrs. Fay Gill, of Starke. was the \ pleased (h' know that Sill' I',' to mi's.i, n Mill, nl Complnint'

ins was n business visitor to Juckson- children, of Jacksonville spent Satur- was the peaker, at GI'aeo1.: E. guest\ of11': and, :Mrs 1.. II. Hill several she is improving lit her homo hereafter !li'xhil.ittd'' iu-iiln-1' ?.u I In. old (ourt hy,, Mn.
T, i D7.: .I'n.hrhil!. ...
ville Friday. IKI r ltrnh rhih .1. n-l.
and| Sunday hen at the home of church Sunday morning. days last week. an uper.itinn! ,wrfnrntl1dV".I- i' ''.'''','II''r.' 11,., ry rnrmenter .1.)1. Vr/

Miss[ Debbie. Phillip returned home .:III'. and :Mrs. J. H. :Moore. ,i _- nosdny. h>' Or K.: L. Bigirs.Oscur \ I I ,lull, I D"'Ilir 1'11.1.10111.' Allen Und." i'hlP I i t.1*)

last week after "|pending ti month at I I Mr. and, Mrs E. B. Wells visited Charles linkin was n visitor to J lyal. of Grnhiim, was a business i- I'nhi nl"I.I hill Mn..v linker.llnderhlll.. Dell Sin!,. '. Kin I I i n ,
I t 1
Valrlco the guest of her sister, Airs\ Rev K. n. Regis filled his regular relatives in Jacksonville Sunday. Jnckxom. ,' Sunday.Mr. visitor! here last week. I It'. ? tic*' fnilerhlllI h

Eddie Ilillitml. : I II lie, II. ,II.. rt Coillltv. ,. ,
appointment! at the Lawtey Baptist --- |> T l.i'i.|", | ? u r
and Mrs. n* "MMll'i, r tililinlud, 'in .
Albert Anderson of OlilUEK KOR I'l III.1C.\TIONn > liulM II nl' i I
A daughter was worn to Mr. and church hut Sunday. J. F. Kickliter\ of Starke, was In Starke t.ouiilv, '. Fb4.loI. irt hirthy. .design. ", 1'..,

Mrs. J. S. Norman town on business Wednesday. were guests! Sunday of Mr. Clrrull C.unt. Putiih .Iiullcml, "",-"11. .moes. 'in uhiph .thnt nnll.'. Html,,, ] In Inb-
Monday February I.' I and Mrs George Anderson Sunday. HrHtlftml CiMiniy, Slate of FlodhlI In I'liiui- 11.1".1 I | I.., viola Conn.cutlvo, ".10..
Uth. F. Stump of Starke, was in _ry i iMiuitfo Ihe I Inn,t ,1.! ,,1 I ,n the Illl, of Cnnip'iiiiit' ,
J, S. Norman was town on business Monday W. T. Finchor7 of Jacksonville was Kliznbpth. OnrrlH. e. nii>lntniilil' I Iv In II' r i.i'" I ,, to which In nmlnlit In
a visitor to .1 transacting business in Lawtey several Elam Roden left Sunday for Jacksonville *. Starke Saturday. Edward where ha has secured Jnmm Ruhort (1iirrl( .. n..ii.linii i'.' n."I,I "..t u.,. I .' "pernoiKi' CH( 'mlnif+ rind,I In"'i
Edwards of Jacksonville, days! last week. employment 11. npi'i'iulim' l hy fl1ilu\ll. "|iHmil| <'il l.. ,'I I,,, I I.i MI, t.", !Itr tli m, ir ,|I..,.. M.I
Mrs Arthur Crews, of Ruiford was a visitor hero Sunday. lull, Mod in II,,. nlwr-xlnt.J| mum tluit/ ran'' .fast i ,I I n. .r, ..' ,. .to-M. it. 'I he \..rth

spent the week-end here the guest other I F. and Henry Burney I IJnlu'rt (;litrrln. the d.f< iiilnMt 'flier.in tuiiiu ,1 I IIA I ,,10it.1 i' i I it+" S ''h"',,,., IIIIHII, 1 r of ni>en -
George Young n nnn.n4iiiluMt, ,, nf ..10,. Situ'. <>f Kluriiln and l I ii l In ni\ 'II ',. i. I niMhlp. nix cm' 1,1ah, ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs D. B. 1! Alex Howe of Gainesville was n are on a business. and pleasure trip A. A. Stokes, of Lake Geneva was In n riiii li.nt or I'lulnili'liililn., tOntf i ..1 I 1', MILxtlMinln. Ii'"'u.' l i1an I ,,. ,, KH.I: mit.l tn, ...U I I- l

Drowning.Mrs. visitor at the home of Mr. and !Mrs.! by auto to Orlando this! week. a visitor here Monday.\ the of nl lull, MnnU.ni. Slni'l. ,, ".1 ,u .". ". I"611 i ""ilnAlI'M'ss tnnb, il, noil, ,, Ito, ,,. in llru.lfoi.l, ('ounly. >
HMO Inrnly.xn> \It .
ymii* IhrnlnrrnI.nrl
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John Carter, of Summerfieldis A. A. Smith Sunday. ''"' l thnt "illtl son.....Uli'nt tl.rn.lnui, I... I \ \l\ | lMiND SI.VI.: ,.r unit
the "truest. of reluth hero this I i Mr. and l\trs.'J. B.: Dye and J. B., II. B.Vells, of Opp, Ala., was tho anti hn In hPl'hv{ riltiinil' In Hlpiiir, to .thtf ..foiiil.. thu I+ 'fin. 1,10, ,01"z i F.luiim" .\ |I' i I'S0.

week... | Mr. Mra. E. Jr. and Miss Wilma Blanchard of guest last week of his brother E. B. hill ..r ciMtiplnlnt rtloO in niit CHUM tin ur litfor .- '' W. .M.I>KltM\N
E.
and Burney and ,. Mon.liiv /4. nl'' .. .
Wells. tlutillh Inv ..f Mnivli A. 1)ltl5 ('b Ik circuit. C. ,", .,.
Mist Debbie Phillips children motored to Jacksonville ;'Jacksonville I were week-end visitors ,, olhi.rwuc lh,. iill-unll.n. of said lilll II Ml f. A. KNIIIIir:
was shopping 1!! nt the home of Mr and Mrs. A. M will bit Ink,.|| ni. >-.>nfi.....,l l h> nil ill h.lanl. Ihgnly 1',1. ,
in Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. ,, Dave Rowe, of Maxville, spent It In furlhiT nnlarnl Unit thin onli.r .hoitniblliihid I 1'1.01'15 GIiIPFV( nn.l K A OUKKN.:
.
D. L. Phillips and family at I Burnoy's parents, Elder and Mrs. Blanchard. Saturday and Sunday here with relatives Onto ft wok fur finii e''HN.viitlv0, i 4.11.. ,11. ..IH fee \11'.n.' 2.9-UtIIlTICk i I
\vnkii In tlui ,
Ilrnilfiml
V. t'liuniv 1' I nun, h. i I
tended church at Highland Sunday. I Skipper. n'l I ni.wvtull't'.' piibtUhiHl.. in nn n1, *.' MIMIJ. mill Slab' "I \ TO IIIIIIIKH.SM
Ferd Smith of Wore Mass. was a ,
Simeon Phillips and Othmu This Filirunry. II. 11URIi i
Norman j I Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and recent visitor to Lawtey. Mr. Smithwas \IIIKUM\N. I ".i..1! 1".1.' 'II '" ,"-1'e.t liy, .the II.,nil
visitors to Miss Beatrice Howe the of It.ud'I'ns. .
were Starke Saturday. spent (Soul t'li-rU rircilll Court.( l" of It.ii.lf.ud' Countj.' rii'M.ln.,. 1
Misses Klva: Nettle and Della Starling '! Leslie of Starke visited relatives I i iI formerly a resident of Lawtey. week-end with relatives in Brooker. K M. JOHNS nl, Ih,,.. olTiee ...f Hi. ?......I"rv "f the beard nt
I :here Sunday. I lIe was enroute to St. Petersburg to Solicitor tar Comiilnlnanl' 21ft\ -::1 Ml Slnik". I II I.,ii.In .mini" ID 00 n. in Vntvli loth.
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attended. church at Highland I iiil III' Hint tune publicly
I spend a few weeks with relatives. Shipmun Supp came home from rollottinn, fiiiiipiu" opcnul for the

Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Taylor Miss Rebecca Jacksonville and spent Sunday with HILLS onnnnnn PAID I .. 11.n.'IrS.! .,. tthecl. i i0u lypii trncli"r. I lit. t I.
I Ihn! ,ton- mil I I I.I.U, I 6, he ,. I
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niilijict
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LAWTEY Whitehead, Mrs A. A. Smith and Robert Nolan, of Mlddlcburg, was his family. .I'm..lle""n" nt,i r.Slph i Ii.|
I n VInce" In he ih' 'HIUIUII.' <,1 l hr .
Mrs. Catherine Tcare were visitors to transacting business in town several "; The following bills were ordered the 1t..I. I I1.

Lawtey Feb. 20-Mrs. J. P. Wy- Starke Wednesday. I'Nays I last week. I H. C. Plldget't" went to Macclenny : paid by council : IMIOV\1."nnil due. enh. ..n." "I.n, 'hark with Kl.,1. I damn! "

rick and little daughter Hilda left and took unto himself a wife. Tho GENERU: FUND nAld,15 to fiiiiu-.il, cntlgJrtn. ip."'.\1\|\U"ntioim

Friday for their. home in Alexandria Mesdames J. II. and J. T. Mooro I L. D. Dormnn of Jacksonville was bride was :Miss Lillie Tanner Their C. F 11.\.... mem noun .. -- $ a nrtX of enulpmint' bill' ,"n and when dll\i > 'cnn
were visitors Jacksonville I.. Onvlii. .I n. mt'tii roan __ 2 HOr bo niiidi. sad' nil ,prlcep f. o. I 10, ><'", rir.| (l'I".dn, |
Va., after spending a few weeks here to Satur n Sunday visitor at the home of Mr.and friends hero wish them a long life of n. .Intu'N. mom anlln._ _.._... 800J. Th llonrd riwertea the right to. r<.JH.I

with her Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown. happiness and prosperity. They will W While, mrm eoiin -. '- "0r soil nil\ hi.... utty
parents, Mrs. T J. day.C. L. r\..>k. mayor's tee __ ___ 0_.-- ,Jon I E. 8. M \ITII I,"tV4Cluunun.
Terry. R. Sapp of Jacksonville was Mr. and :Mrs Fred Lang of Highland make their home here for tho present ('. i\. Fuleh. elcrk iron A T. C. .__0 ((10.(Ifl ,
C. A.
with the mother of the Mrs alma Kilo nnlnry and raw --_ 101.00A. 1.I'r'n.A.h"'y.\ .
Dirs.V. E. Torode and Miss Pearl. transacting business -hr town Wednes visited relatives here Sunday. M. groom, f. Alvnrcn, nlnrv unit fern. 0_. 77.00 n i ,,I ( ,
Padgett.Dewcy .
day. nrnilfiinl County 1...l.-.. I.i'ltorh-'mlii S.711Rlnrki I
Tatum were visitors to Jacksonville Clyde Howe returned home from T'l r.i pnmii', ,' nc-rvlco . 8 BO8lln MASTKIt'B SALK

Tuesday. Lane MeLeod and 1 Mister, Miss Miami last week where ho has been Bennett, of Jacksonville \ :, Klti':'i"'R : 1fcI'rhnanrn'. ,beet| Umiul; --. .. 371114:100FlnrlilH Notice .In hen,.by

spent Sunday hero with relatives.D. W I,. wan, flr-ohlcf _. _.____ 8.0 gKeri that under soil l.y
Lena
and ilrtun
Mrs. J. .
J. McLeod, of employed for several months .un nf a final decie** nf forteh' nrc mn.li
Miss Eunice Dinkins, of Jacksonville If r Wnll. nnHlntnnl chief __ M.' .
0' and' | rose, were visitors here Friday. 1\Iel-1 C. Hood of Starke and Melton Kinnk 'Hrppnli-r.. fireman __.___ ..OON".n I \ v. ,I.OIIIT,
was the guest the first of this Mrs. Ray Newsom of Brooker u Judge nf the Circuit" runt of ti.. IQIktlilll Judl.clnl .
Ahnio tl..mnn _.. a.00 I
Hood of Uuval u Circuit of Klorhln' In nod .. .
week of her parents Mr. anti Mrs. Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Starke, mo spent a few days here last week with were visitors to RvrnM Mldilli-lun. Hluntlin" n_____. S 00 I i County. In Chnnccry. ilnted .litmmry fur. l 2'llin.lr.rl. l I"> ,
; .
Lawtey Sunday' r Illtpli. llrvnmn .1 00 In Ihnt ratine therein Inlely "ncn.llnu h,4.n, .
rim., "",hy. tlivmiin! ? f nn I l'hnrl.. Kortnnn. cninpliilnnnt.. and WiUi. nn
---- -- Ion wiirmiiii.' 11..n'An. -- :rn" M Reynold, ..1 nl. .li-fi'll.lnilln.. .
Mrs Ill ,,
l'npt.IIHI S. A. Bryan, or "d. '
,.liillnn Cnninn (Iwmnti 4011 ilKtiiil.. who. .
I un therein .
Baldwin, Motored to Lawtey Sunday Kred Molt. flnnnnn _ 0_- 1.on) Mnnler 'In Chnnccry In vkixiiile nppiilnli'd tho .n name* Sp..m, will. ,|

KS---- afternoon lion Hoo\er,, llrctnnn -- II.nO* 1 I''on Mondny I Ih" Yud) tiny| ,,f Mu",, ". !1112&! ilur..
I> Scull liemnn" I00 I Inir tin, leitnl IIOIIIH iif mile, heforn 'the Court
M. Mcftnider llremnn _ I 1510 I il "...,. dour 'In Hlnrke. l-'lorldn.
nell
the
F 0 L Me The strawberry moving is increasing Sum Nlrrnhrry. Itnmtnn I\.no hlghndand. hat bidder. for coil Ihv lo follow

I daily. Monday about 1,100 quarts. .loHei'h: :: Thoninn.' : flreinnn:; : %8.0t I I :ItIlinilfoid .. iliwrllivil. 'Inndn. ltiinlel In nrnilfhrdounly.
W NT '
; THINK Co llnilk, Note of 1''lr'nd' <" !Flo. Idn., do! .wlt :
/ were shipped by open! express! and rePriitcrnlor tenth 1'iirclmnr. of bull "park ll>lt R7 I I'lin W.,51t lilllf of 'the rliiulhenHl .
loader,
IN OUR _.::" \ boxes. They brought :$5.00)I .1. I.. Vrnrx c....1 t In cull Loll "Work lit.till 'pt nln mi $V,..'. III Ihe Souilicniit'| sooner atci
ROAD>> AM IIKII OR II'I1NI I thereof Hold I I. M I. .r..h.. ... ..n.1| .llw West.
= ::
: r to $0.00 !per buslu'l at the depot. lit,,,If.1 Comely' Hunk pny rollil $ BO.44llnnk I hnlf, of the I Norlhenut Uniler of tlm Southi -

TOWN :- .r Rtnrkp, pay nub Al :11I nut fln..h..r Rwtn.ii"' ."u I till, townnhlp
cy----: S.111PSt1Y! :; CITY W. Whit.. A R..nppllw. || __ ..611t 1 x11' 'en (71( Soulh, llniiun twenly-livn (2S) unit
). r. Joiira. .HOhf.
uniiplln B or ntnlnlnir' In Hie, niiuri'itntu nlnnlr-four (04))
F Liiirt-mru'ii. Hiirvcyinif 2 00 .xnw' morn. or (run.
Sampson City, Feb. 20-!Mr. and .I W AlHln.ua, .1. KM A nil .. 17.SII Wllh .tbe niipurleniiiicen. flnld unto lo bnmndi

( Mrs. R. II. Warren, of Dekes, spent M. Mlli'hHI brlihru lumber 10.11rnnnum.m ptimiiittit in sold decrott lo nntlHfy, the

Dollar and 6\ Q Sunday here guests of relatives.Mr. l.ttmlier ('n. "lumber H'MC .20WATrltWDKKH Mnmu, anti cimlti, A, B CREWS

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-t and Mrs. Carl and chil- A. Fnlcli.. elerk. fiir II. T..5 85 0IliiCAIKlV
SAY vou CITV VAMP.C.E Wynn A* 81'1"| Mn..l". 'III Chancery,
Half Isn'tEnough fe __ I:. U. I.Avrnt
a Lake *.
L of
A B.TfcTO dr'n. Butler the weekend
VWTCHA SAV TO
spent nlll.-Il }0i1 TIn II. Et.MS. JR.
r EAT OVER TM1 TDW> here guests of relatives and I Cnniplnlnunf ttullcllora.. l-.10-tt.l-a7

/ HOTfeLOIV6 7 ( friends. Circuit ronr4 Kluhth: .linllolal ('1...."". .'--- '
c who llrn.lforil County Slntf of Florl.ln. In Chuneery SItsrRICs iTiM'---:
B) waB ) Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. Smith and children -

Dacha and llogan .spent Sun- W C. ftHunilvn. CitmitlnlnnMtv Nolle ,In hereby given. Hint under and. b.
virtue of n /llnnl .derreii of. fonwlmun mad
Edward lay at Brooker guests of her sister, ''rf>nlip Bminilpni, Di'TonilnntII and. remlereil. by thn, !llonnrnhlo. A. V. trfinv
1\11'11. L. Morgan.J. \ nnpenrlmr hv of film it iippeniteil.. In (heilll .1.11''"" of the. Circuit Court ol the 2)Irhth)
N w nlnl. In the, nlKi\ ,'.Klnlml' online, lint. Liilllm Judlclnl circuit nf Florl.ln. In and for llrndford
irlcCullough j jAUTOCATT G. Wynn and little daughter, HiiunilerH.. the ilefi'iiilnnt. Ihcrehi nnmeil In .. Cntinly.. In Clmncery, ilnled. Jnntinry. 97-, .
rhelmn, spent last week here guests I j nun-rv .i.l.,'nl of the Slut, JOt Rnrliln nml. dix re I IIII '!0. 1 In Hull cnuHit III.-rein Inlely prnillnif. 'de-
.R 1 II I n rmlilenl. of M"Hillnn. Mule of Mlmilmilnnl., I lueen. Chnrlm I Korninn:: ;, Cnmplnlnnnt: ;: : and
n of his sister,, Mrs. J. N. Thomas, re- Rust I In .w.r the nire of t\vi>nly, -nne veiim.:: It Jnmm,. llcytmldM, el, nl. dcfenilnntii' tho untlnriKiied. -
turning to their home in Gainesville IH tin.rcfori' ..,..t..1 I Unit ulil, lion Mviilenl tie- who wn therein nppolnleil, nn SllMlnl
,
'::S -.a I fMiilutit. he mil It. hirtlw rennlreil In npiiiiir Mllller' In Chnnrcry to execute the. iinmi., will.
EQ "" : .. \;' :: -- :: ,2: : .GET ,.P.. SHE iWilU? Sun. tn I Urn bill nf. romlitiilnl' fled. In milil. ensue on ,, ,01or Mondny. the L'nd day of. Mnreh. InliS. inn
Mb ii t ,e ;;O 1/----1 = Jim Thomas of Maxville visited'rionds ..,.t"." Mon"Iny. the :"1 Inl. tiny of Mil roll. A. Inn g the ,leirnl, hcnrii of nnle Actors 'the Court
; "- wCL p 7-vWINf! CONTEST l lli.'R, otherwln I Hi., nllounllon, of ,"hl hill Iliinnu door I In Slnrle., Ptorl. ,.'In..ell lo lit" ",
CON6OMMEOVSTBP AND =/ \ I LOC 6 AT THS FUN OPAWilNCr here Su.day.: will he '.k... nx'51u h,.sxn1| |,y Hnlil ilefi. .inlinil' hI".tllj I..h.a anti hen bidder. for. cniih. the f"Ilaw.
; *! ON H .LF The friends hero of further' nrilen-il that thin noire he Inv ncillted ,.
Ed II. Inndi.
many nituntcd In Itrndfont
SHi:1.L. Po'fQ au5E :.:f ;,AIV7..N 'o"o_ C.7 THE B H&T PlCTUCHIM ; ,..(I .urn n week for four cnnnertil\i; :: dwi .nly. Klorhln. lo.wlt
STEAK Cr. :'"-ME'D .. At._ PA t\ 1 Rww; AUL THH \"INITEg STATES: Smith will regreat to learn of his .i,kit In the llin.lforil' fVtinty Teleuriinh. "I I IneuMiiiit Tbe Ault. llwrxt finnrter of fiiHtllnn. twolltyn'Vell -

MUSHHCOM&FBENCM ....ND I H I WI. :T DO it( a AND CANADA::; 15 OlO-( death which occurred Thursday night I .r pnhllnhi, In soul rnuiitv nnil mntf'. 'IJ7)) The Runt: half of III. rlnulhwntiliinrler .

FQIS'O -\ .."u on the highway Gainesville Thin/ niirunry 1 Illh 1112(1.( ', of Ihe Mouthwiiit, '11111'1.... and Ih*
l -\ PRIES TO riS AwARD1D.PaArbE4. near (I t. U.UBFIMAN: / 1 i Flint: lilllf of the Honlhwivl. Ipinrler lit Section
SUTTF. : 'Y-'I'HT ? when the truck he driving turnedover (SenM Clerk (', nil marl. l lllv litmilv.iirht
S.,3: LEA&UH ijP k 8AL.1. &LOV6&r& : was ? i Ivl riie Siiulhwiwl gander' nf
:!Ef4; vAM' -- .. killing him I' A KNH1HT IIIOilMity ,:,* Nontlmnxl; ,,pen. rtrr, nnd: 8outhi: ; >ii: t iiunrlnr t
Thl.lwrcnyI'd
8; SALAD-CAKE .' __ _- ---=- ODEN TO ALL f 63Ve> O !II b '.> ones have the sympathy! of the entire R: M .rniiNS. i .MIHollrltor ''n.. t.'lll' The Soillhweiit.' illinrter of. the
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ICE! CREAM AND r r TOST: Dtf' vx. PlCTIJC-J' : : C"- .;0'. I <'01))l11unlty.W. for T'limnliilnnnt', 1.!!0-nt I-l."o:I NortheiiNl. iinnrt,'r. ....'lit fieven (171 none In
I THIS COM.O. AM'IAKt -- -- tin, Houtltrniil. / corn,'r" of Hcotlnn Ihlrly-two
AN? _, / C PCP" ''N H. Nubh spout Sunday lit Draokr MAHTKIfS''' "SAf.K' I| :I lt:' nil lylnir, nnd I. !beinir, In 8uvn
: HAQD DRAW 'i. :
\Ct/; .. ; !
." o. C HIM LAUC.H ; / : : I1r'i'mhlF.
I guest of his daughter :Mrs. L. Mor- --- .7 Month.I Iliinue ,I'tvenly ( ...l. nilrolilnliilnv '
,ar 1 ., LAR3E2 TNPN pFA70pJi.EU: Hbfi. Nollcn ,IH hereby. .uKeii/ Hint nniler and. hv Hire hundred Hiivcnty-thrna (A7A/
7 ,.;,n'g 1- r >1 /V pZAvJ "GILD! !: PcP ,Irt A +'1 r71m0N virtlin nf n final' Decree of fo rep I(if*lire ntnile' acres' mnrn or. I Iran .

../s, a a'r'x ,N7 frS "RITE UA/"IO:: AOC !'-S. A:3St AND tran.T.. ( '., Hall and Pert. Thomas, of PaIn nnil.Fiiiliri'rniler of the*>.il by Circuit fhe lloniirnhte. A. V r...,". i I A IN"ho' Month, Imlf, of. thu nnrtllMUtiiiintr
nluhlh
Court, 'if the
I. '| nnil Ihe Souih half of the North half
; i 'TELL. OS W HAT KINO OP GLOVE tkit, visited friends and relatives .1".lIoh.1 Circuit of Hnrliln. In nnil fur Mrr.,1of 'tin NnrthenNl 'iunrt 'r of. lerllon Alx, Town-

v. ;r'.d 0 a rJAT you NNAMf & YOU ARE ic-ri" Sunday.W. foril. (''''IIIIY. In rhnnrery. dnletl. ....h."r..h| II' leven. Roulh, range. twenly-lwn. sal,
+- WINNI'Q. SEND CARS THIS, IaADeu 4lh. 11120, In Ihnl pnnne theriln, 'Inlely f pent!- I'l'iitiilnlnir' In the nirKreunlo. 130 ,
nurw mor*
AND eo'- S IP YOU WANT Tfi> I1. Smith T. Lynk Williams e.H. Inv" between Hnmh.K IMntili.. ..... |ilnliliiiit null. or ,law

I VOU CAN SEND IH AS MANY i. Brown and M. Vurnes wore visitor Mnllle H Plnw'en' *. et nl ilt.fwnilnnta.. the unilerHlirniMl With Ihe npimrl.*.nniicen. Sui.l ..1010 b* Inndniiiiitftinnt
who WAR therein nptmlnleil. ni. to said, users... to. nntlnfy th. rimeend
DSAVJII IG5 A3 VOU WISH .. to Starke Saturday. Mpeclnl, Mauler 'In Clmneery to execute I lie. ....I..

NEXT WBBK. VXB WILL. TELL U>'\'. C. Crosby! will flll his regular Hnmo. will! nn Mrindnv: : :the' 'Lad: tiny| of of Murrh: I I A. A. CRI WA.
VOO WHO/ TMH JUOOESeg WILL/ 1. n I'l'V: ililrlnil the ,leirnl hour, ,mile. In- I A. Specliil' 1 Master In Chano..,
-. wofli.o VAMOO& AR1 4 tl'). iipointinont| here Sunday. Every: ono fore the front, door "f the' County Court. II", ... I C R I.AVTON.
MiFldnnrae: : and Jtinnitn Smith In .Hliirlt, *. .Rrnilfiinl. Cminly. I riorliln. Hell to 'I' n la.i.m.: JR., .
the liluhi.nnil hwl 1.1.1,1. "r, for eneh. the ful. I I Cnmplnliinnl'ii nollcllon.I 1.00.5 t.2-U7
ix j invited to attend. lowlnir ileKi-rlbeil. .
lnnl Il .n",1 In Mrmlfor l lCntinly I

and .1. U. Smith nf Fort Lauderdale, .'..rl"... ttwltlCommnnc'nii M \H tUI'N ,HVI BNotice :
nt lhr Mortliwent corner of I
spent ii few days here last week! I.ol. |l' .'..
u m-ls iif their Kl'lln.lnwthet'Irll.. HimthiiiHl' corn.r of thn Nfirthifuit iiunrter, nf of n ccrtnln nnnl lane nf fora* -1
E. ..Junes.N. the Northinut non rtrr of H,'rt inn twenty.nletie nhmiin of. nnle., mnle anti entered ,on the 27hihty !
Ull) In 'Pownxhlp flu (1l). Month Itflnirn '. of ..Iniiunry. A. D .Ilii-'r. In anti hy the
A GIRL By SAUFJ FIELD < '. !Moore of Sturku spent the Twenty-luti' l 2'"l .. ricnrtletl In the I'nbllt | Judire' n f Ihe Ircult C' uit In anti for |trnl-
WHEN MOTHER WAS week ."II] here guest of his daughter R.'cnrl. if nrnd rani'axnl. r, Plorliln.' for point ford County Klorhln.;: In hnneery, in Ihntoerlnln
of Iliiflnnlnir run Nose, ,Ihri'e hunilrril. fifteen town therein pendlnK/ .whuriiln The
Mrs i( '. A. Johns. r..1 Ihonce Knit: I two handed nnn and. nno- CltlKeliH hank of Rnlford.. n tmrporntlun, In
hnlf tn.L I Ih..nee North Hire hun.lre.l flfINfr..t "' f'nmidnlnnnl' and' H J. ItevlNUir and. .
:.Mr! mil, Mis, I'M:, Parrish of < Saab
raxisiti.l -
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ji Ihenpe W t Iwo liunflred one and! ".. lleill-ter. bin wife, nrn fen.lnnl., I, K. M.
iSoubT hnel.. I his ..xixler" :Mrs! M. hnlf, r.'I t l I., |,fln1 of .hoirlnnlnir.' with Ihit mi. Jul.iirlennlic. .hna. nn Hl>*.slnl' Mniiler. hall nITwr for sob 1
AS SCOM AS i Vsnn.Sunbt, .. th..reurit.i heltinvrlnir. so'ld flnle t'l I II nlI. .Public.. nut. ..ry. nnd will dell to Ihe hltftlMt. ,
I I... ina.le, imrxiinnl" ,.* null/ liter,.... to nfttlMfy oral., ,l.-.t bidder" for ...h. .before. tin.' door. of t
r% v.l.tHG. Arab T> o THE / 1 U:,.,. f n. ..> Ii.: ....r [ -.I ,I 'I I ) I IMr uutu1L II" tnmc and CfmtJ till, Court IfoiMe, In Htnrke, llrnilfnril. Cnnnty

{ f 4 m"t1'I M J'I I ,,,,1, .K M .IOIINH. i"' flMiierlnl 1"..1.1.. on tlm 'n.1 dny of March A. P. 10.8.
AND MAKE- / ,. MII, .,I.r In Chuiirery. din, loir. Ihe, I lemil boom of .UIHI lh" following
> DUSTING it A IRPKN.: : deiicr.biil, .
< lo.wll
/ Q''r' ;S' f THE BE-DS.THtM 1'Lt. I 1 7i %/ .... .... _- -_ I *"h..dor. f..? C.imnliilnunl. 2-rt-11-2-47. I Tile, Numhteit property' .I".t: the North....

I 'J 1 : iiunrUr, of 4i...ll>iii Thirty-two, In Tnwiuhlp
S ii FAKE You F D A RIDt .. ""\HUJ\. '''' "WALE' .I ;live I South. llnnite Twenty-ona But, contnlnInir -
; I l'V>rly nexw mar or I.... In tlrndford
NnrifP. I. hen.by idven that under and In .
rT CAN County, Florliln.
BE
(JON'DRGEO.l.DICKERSOI'
:;z\ IN 1 ",IH "". ..... of n r*.rfHtii, Final Hiflrei* of Kore j B. M. JOHNS,
youR.s ,. 1
.I I our of pnle. mn.le anti entrtd on thn 4th I IIny IIp..lal Mwt.r.
!.5141 AID oori' c i ".r hl..u.l'Y. A II I I'l''ll! In nnd. hy Hie A1'i.lv. 7.. ADKIM8,
BtfTAL AND pflVtr( SPICIALI1TI .. hr 'the Circuit In .. ,
Court sad llrndfl
for '
I 'h.It for
.,, '.. ..... ...... .. ir Cnmplnlnnnt. l.HO-Ht-2.
''to. '.. .1 ( "iinty. .',...I.ln. ,in. chnnc.ry. In Ihnl j _-- '
M\Ug vlLllLUNIUa ii.lo I I cntine therein' i.endlnif. wherein.{ '( I Iiiirin oftr>KM rim" I'vr'UCO\TIt'If(
( Itnnk (if lllllf'.rd n enrporntlon .r'l I

rorniiliilnnnt.. and Ann.tin fynl 1 I.....".. 1 I In riren.t{ tour Kltthth, JniMoUl Cttrult
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Y 1 lu Stop u vougu 'JUU..k Kli/n f nnon end her h.iMhnnd, .inmei* Cn<...0. Hnulf I.i'/ie McClon.l iwl.lowi 1 Annie' !I'lunkett' Bitry.Htnvi. .
1 Ii I-- Inky f1AYF'S'' IHAl.'lJr: ; HfINFY.I; I'ICIJIIJjh ,, and I" II. "flunkell. her l 1".1 lnnd, K I) 11si. Kowatch f'nmplttlnunt

anti Vl.le llynl fib wife( .r,,,,.. .
"it'fI"" It rr V' I 1 li' ,. I "IrllKbhr y Cnrllon nnd' I I v..
..1 Wlllinm. CnrlK,n hi r hunhnn'l. I Nol.i.. W""I1" rr. Julia Kllw lrh. Hf-r..n.lnnt
the 1:11' .
Inti I : ,1 51 j .Ir l 1isu lA l. '..n anti' I s W"{ ......... I tier, '
? r himlnin.l I* Inr* f I I It .1..111". |hY iirff'hivlt nnlNndrd u' it, .
i \\a--.l ,1..x, "r I "' '\ 1'--:' //'I'V'll'A"F: nIdlr'i nn.l J..,hn Hlr.h. h> r h..I.I.O..r.( hill, fllfil. In tli> nhoM-ntfitrtl, / cause. I Hint'' > I h it l,"\
( SAI.VI fir I i':..i K flynl I.. hunt, hU wile I K'I'riorene w..trh./ thff .1.. ./.. ,
t'a n.lunt
I I IL' 1 ; I.I. u .1.1Cr"OI' .,.I.n.I.'R.;: ; ', : ::: I' ; therein muit'd| I-Irritlitpnt I "n
II I ,
,1.1. her
hinhnml' ',
nf the ,
; J alto of F'lOdla I Imf tl >h.
v bn 'I wlh nt < i
.r r5 A 1b 5ra /Ix N'' 'V Mdflr' uNA11 .,,,,,I the llrn.lfor.1' Countv, Itnnk n corpiirntlon piinei-nlti, h.ntf lf thitt ..

; rs I/If\'I:: I I ; HOiNbiI' ., I I1.! ,., -.'liveohoul't ,r.. .1..r.II.I.|. I. C1 M. lohn. nn Bnerlal >.'vo"l upon h...no anA' ,In wt-r pawrwx th. ran ilK", ?f n.u t ..,. I IHt n

tin nit.I. .i{ a liar: client und! Noun M. .. r. nhnll "If. r for "..lie lit "F'llhllo out cry, ly..onv yens It .In thcrnforn ..r.).r.-,1| tljitrrHiitnnt xnnl,I
nnd, I will .> II i" tliH hlwh.tit nnd fin wt bidder.." ,
d.frminntw
cliiMrrii sugaring fr' Cold Croup end t In tern "v I Ior
m u rreJnA
or
< '..r fn I. IrL.rr, I the ddor. of .the ., ,..,, II
j: T% Court "' tn Appear tn u )\,11 001 .mplntnt, IIf..1 I 'fnemmo I
nu
< : w The ll.nlin.sl<< riTeil "f llnyeHrnllnil Honey. In' I In,, Mtrirlllrn.lf' ..r.l.. Tounty/ Flnrfdn' nn th. *>n or I"I"o Arr I I..... 2.11| .1"( r
ide III"/, throw < 'iinl.iijed with tho healintf. ff< f ntirtwe I nl I .Inr >.f Mnrch A I) I Pi:M. durlnir. the leMn...h. A M i I" .. "
Iflv <1 y 531 ,4i' (, ,* <* ,. .u I I lint,' fcnlvit, throufUi 1 III*, .'," "..1 ",.I, h.,",r> of xrIIn! the, f.illowlnu dfnerlhi'd' I l Hnitl ,lull,, 1 will I I... (nl, )t, "'o wU lift .
he whin"fin nGVvn touilhBolt "i- 4 rt. v. 'lo-wit Tim NnnU..tyiNrtrr of ilnfmrimttIt ,
l r. medic.i nrc pmki.il In ont .,,,.lIlInllh. Ih. ;J.MiiJ.w, .t rilnrt<... of K ill.in I .
Twenty I U further
.1.l 0// tl ,
i Kit" f' r i' < ut' Htm ",0/It/ I"I 1, d I
rout ifjinliii.'ij
N Intttinint I el..li .I..n.hll'| Ov... "doulh, of Itnnv Twonl. | Ibhnl l lone nnrC n wn1 f.., 6'u' rnnnnvh .. .
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Just flik your druggist fur IIA YtoS.: Pnut: cnntnjnlnir forty and, flfleen-oii*.- i In Iho nr".II..1 I Sdv. ', .,
:' h-judrelhn are.... In Ilrndforil. ,' County Kl'.rl.ln 0.r., =
3JL HEAI.lr.Kj; HoNhY.K pfllB / I I '
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M. JOHNS. Tftpcvlnl rl ,.
.111'''''''' 'n. 1 I'' s
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.. 't.< >( ii( >< K ii '1" x IL> 1 Mn*'..r I C: W. A/.If.ll\ .
/* &ICASKETrg X / APKINS. WEAL: ,. r'I.k I'r.. .a. S .
z COFFINS .Solicitor/ for Complttlnnnt. 2 -tt) "* J7 I I It, I' .,. K'.I'II'.'

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ORDER I FOR PUBLICATIONIn 4 'ItI\\.4:
And a Full Mn nt 1\ .
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I I. a r f.r r nn: ',, mad., I -,
:: Ifntltrtakir Snpptul th. Circuit:/ e..1I' sod, for Uru.lf.nl,' ._-- -
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County. Florida !In chnn,ry'
Blf.r. TO glJIBT TITLK NOTICE (IARIHAV SUK:

; ... ,';': -\UTO OIUI.E HEAHSr. Mr T. JI:. Underbill, .1 nln. Thirty .Iny nfter dnte h-renf. fIn Al .,

':\ ;: A...... on h.nH. The brat rt f.r'slln l.lttl. lit nl VI.defendnnbt' l the lion <';.*.>. \ llnrdiner 1'11'. / I Iof
: '' 'r. Krn.lford ( ,.Iy. I'h.r, In roo. n.," 1 I II
1..110 ,.
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.i w. >l th. .lflw..t frier.. 8?.v.1 IInen. iUl. Tom fUk. and I'M win ill,I nt private. nle the on. I lr'l' nf .
name*' kncwn jittrt\t\ "if l.viniHli'l ./ ,
f : '.1 ttratinn to lel.Frah' .r If dad Mil partly, rNtfn'ruy! HI",< 'In'n 'fuiulwr -t .of. fliHrl l-rn.'ri.. II.,ti., ,,
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', I I n 11." '. I I.e" tI. in nn.l I Ii.
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smut. known "pnrfirn' anti. nh .r "" m i ,
Kmftnfr\ \ .
: + RrgUUred .!.... _01 Inwu. HcrilMl| 1..0/I Ill.. nu' .1 I in t .i .: '
I ur nlherwh. who*** rmltniP nr" 'inhpown ..
"llri.lf r.l .
ointy Morl.ln.
t" .v ilW.i
( linit to alt other tink n twn (,nr) i t.. i irUlm'nic .
J '' an 1nlr..t In !Un'U h* r.. ...,,1'.. ,1.!. I Iirrh I ,,. half : l hlsk r1:;I.'MO i.. I I .n '
Ilxun+
DeWITT C. JONES I < ( .NlORP4ETINOS1. n
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( ; lh-1 .. nd'by| "tnIlIlMY \ [I'> '
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Rw II t You an" mtih. of h-vrc I
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tr rg j. 1 e y a.' II STARKE? FLA by r# iulr.*t to I.. an*! nut-"**' h-for th. I I c.unr.li.n for ChnrkFriinoi.W. O.Hunt Hi, .-.Minor i.

II, Judg. r>f th,- rireult Court for the Eighth ',
pt9txk I ; !f1)JfJt".JOJf'JJf JCJfIJt'X'OtJnrW'1OIIU J".II.I.I( Cir-ill of Fludda l in sad for Hrvl- i-zn-nt-2-20.:
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PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1921:?.

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11'1 Bradford County Telegraph I I I build a new house for less than dou- Mr.; and Mrs. II. D. WasdiniI. I I I the guojst of relatives and friends tion this time!, and we .shall cull her, the weekend idea la a curse. It upsets

lile what their home cost them. L. Ogden and daughters, Mattie I here.Mrs. I The Woman That Every Community the family life, it unfits men for their
----- -. .. --.---- ----- I The favorable result of a good investment und Minnie, Miss Alice Dritt, of \\il-j I]I ; J. P. bulivun left last Tuesday j>Needs and you will find it helpful to duties on Monday. Here is the evi-

Published' weekly and entered as in real estate should be considered Piston, and Frances. Murrhee attended < for Vero, where .she will be the I you, should you share In the meditation dence. The medical examiner of the
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: by every! family that is ambitious church at Hampton Sunday II-UeKt l I; of her son, A I.. Sullivan, for upon this notable woman Judging Westinghouse Company makes this
I, "fev >ku tiaras. t.i
j i office at Starke, Florida. There may not be so much chance children left Monday for their homein 1 'cOliplother journey to Miami where finding something attractive in illness which incapacitates.. men for

'i '=- in future years to make money by the Daytona. I\ :she will visit her daughter, Mrs J. P. these Bible characters Old and young work on Monday is: due tu to dissipation -

E. H. MATTHEWS, ___.___.___-___._.O"B.rJ. advance in value of a home that one Miss Frances Murrhee was a visi- hummers, and .son, :\la"lOn Sullivan. men and women, are invited to share Saturday night and Sunday"

C. BOBIN80N_________.M.n.ulnf Editor. ; owns. :Still, in general/ way, the people tor to Sampson Friday afternoon. I W. P. Birt and family, of Louise, in our worship of God. Don't you know that you nre runningthe

who own their own dwellings Truby Dyal spent Sunday with were visitors here last Saturday.:) The Bible school will meet at 1):4: I risk of you and your family becoming -

\ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY como out rather better than those who relatives at Sampson, Mrs. C. Van Allstme loft Monday a. m., the Junior, Intermediate and objects of charity by acting

,I ; ) s pay rent. I Ii i ii -.- -. for Hawthorne, where she will\ spendthe Senior B. y P. U. at 0:30 p. m. Worship contrary to the commandments of
__ i i When you hire another man's house, Til(EK ESS AI spring and summer. at 11:00: a. m. and 7:30: p. m. God? The church is here for your
SUBSCRIPTION: ( : RATE u part of the rent Is in the nature of i j Mr. and Mrs. U. D Dyal accom- benefit\ and you are neglecting whatit
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Per Year __ .- $1.60 compensation paid to the owner to Theressa, Feb. 20-Mr. Richard panied' by Mi\ 's. Bugg were visitors to ST. MARK'S CHURCH offers you. We don't want the strict
look after the property. The occupant Clark and Clyde Brown were busi- I| Starke this week. Revere, cold Puritan Sabbath, we want
Six :Monti, I. _-n 7"ic: might just as well care for it himself ness visitors to Hampton Saturday I Kev. Taylor, of Danville, La., The service for the Sunday next I to observe it in tho better spirit of

.. 'and avoid having to pay this charge. afternoon. I preached at the Christian church Sunday before Lent will be at 7:30: p. m. The I our Lord who said, "The Sabbath was

:, --1'ampa Tribune. I I0 |i !Mr. Troy Button was shopping in morning and evening. Ash. Wednesday service will be at I made for man, not man for the Sabbath -
''Hampton I 7:30 ."
Saturday. : p. m.
Miss Croft Entertained
k VIOL.\riNG THE FILE LA\VS" Miss Ruby Cloversettle Sun- of
/ spent It is. planned to have a course ---
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
,I Saturday
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t day in Hampton with her sister, Mrs.C. I 'i''Bible study during the Lenten season. CARD OF THANKSWe
Miss Lillian Croft entertained at herhome
Probably you hadn't thought of it G. Manaire. I'| .
The radio last Sunday evening
r | on Main street with a Valen- j wish to thank our friends of
in just exactly this light, but The Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May, Mrs J. E. 'tine and I 'brought a sermon at n Workingman'sForum Hampton and, Starke for the kind
Many interesting
;Moultric Observer puts it well Outdey and Mrs. Ida attendedthe party. I
pretty Hogan amusing. were played and J Ji at Pittsburg. It was a forcible service rendered during the death
when it says: "The baiting of fields funeral of Mr. Ed Smith games
at the SabI
beautiful music. was rendered by the appeul for men to recognize! and burial of our loved one.
1'1', doves may look like u small mutt Gainesville Sunday afternoon. i I I j I II
w |I Victrola. At the conclusion refresh- I bath both as a day of rest and of We are thankful for every kind
o ( i to those who it it Friends of Miss Dloss will be
practice ; may Mary worship. You are anxious to hold ,
ments served. : deed I as well us the words of
were Every
one present sy nupa-
not occur to who bug from fiftyto to know she is sick and I
many sorry very afternoon. I' down your job, but how can you do it ththat were spoken during
enjoyed a pleasant our
No.41U! one hundred birds. over the limit hope for her a speedy recovery. I if are physically. unfit? In olden
you great bereavement. We thankfulfor
National Highway .t law fur that it Those who participated in this enjoyable I 1 I are
j, (Mel"ner..hllIII|> > I -i' by a day's sport is -- -- ------ 'I time people on Saturday evening pre- the beautiful floral offerings that
Association) not only the law of the....tate and na- j LAKE BUTLER affair were Misses Helen and pared for the Sabbath. Shoes were
I I were brought as the last token of
Virginia Dobbs Marion Jones Vir-
tioii they are violating but a law of I i
-- polished baking done and Sunday
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j love and We thank those whoso
nature which will surely react for Lake Butler, Feb. 20-Rev. W. W. i J gimu and Annie Ruth Peoples, Ruthjj,I( school lesson studied. But of respect.
Velt
\ many
The I in.uiiliiiti Itcimd u\s: kindly and lovingly the
l 1 i 1 Williams, Annie :May Wheeler. Ida I placed
often the l
generations to come. Quite William, of Jacksonville, preached at
look forward to Saturday night
,, the most. <'xpt.n..ivethln / you beautiful flowers the little mound
come sign": ate Mav ('roftIyrel! Johnson Howard I on
man who is guilty of baiting and the Baptist church Sunday. lie is and Sunday not time for rest but
as n
s a town can have I if the welcome* I where our loved one sleeps.
over-shooting has a son; it matters state .secretary of the B. Y. P. U. and :Moore, John Latty Wheeler Henry i for disaapation. In order to be physi- I .
ta there when the stranger arrives. --- ---
I not not whether that son is old enough to Sunday school 'Lee Croft, Thcdore Croft and Verl
." j I 'cally fit you need the one day in seven Mrs. Elsie Sparkman and family.
',( -t>- I accompany the parent on the hunt; Rev. D. W. lIarrel preached at the, :' Manaire.: I I'I to rest the body, rest. the mind and Madison-Ten-ton ice plant to be
\ 'i boy knows thut his father has violated ''Methodist church Sunday evening. A refresh the spirit To many people erected in this cityWe .
Maybe this season of thO legislature law and with line and I| CHURCH OF CHRISTI
I .something un- a got away it, ani impressive sermon was enjoyed I _____ ____________n __ _
will accomplish ; Iix i generally the case when it come by those present. He filled the
usual. The Leon county representative to game laws. The boy figures it out pulpit for Rev. F. W. Cramer, who I The Bible study last Sunday coi.- 1

: says. that !"the crying need! of the this way: If dad can break that law was called to Jacksonville to the ,| ducted by Col. A. S. Crews was mtericstmg can charge your

It day Is not mOle (laws, but loss law." then I can 'bust' the speed law, the dedication of ono of their new I and enjoyed by all. i''YES HRS
I Gethsemane has been called the 8
-0-- 'truth' law, the moral law. And he churches. i I
I garden of tiod.; beautifulthing
rose Every
I ; i "You might us well be Rip Van I proceeds. to 'bo. a chip oil tho old Mr. and Mrs W. S. Hall and! two comes out of .sacrifice and i Storage Battery In I

'"'I!j -Winkle us be out of style," roads/ a I I block.' And don't forget this: Daughters children, who have been visiting relatives sacrifice hurts or bleeds And God every"
clothing store. advertisement. Still ifhellbottom and sisters are watching-and in Lake Butler, left Sunday for I incepts
nothing sacrifice which does
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trousers and bobbed hair thinking. Many parents have wondered ;-ewborry and from thence they ex- OH
were everywhere in bin days, old 1 Kip I why their children: fell! into the pect to make a tour of South Florida not hurt or bleed, therefore, !sufferinglove :I

:I couldn't be blamed for sleeping it off ouches of the law, or even worse They were accompanied by !Mr. and kindles always in showcs noble our desires.selfishness The, ,
---o- I situations. It's simply a. matter of' Arthur Hall, brother of Mr. Hall. us I SakeJ
blood drops of Gethsemane have fallen
In New York city three anl, one- the retribution of nature (if you want; They are natives of the state of i |I
half millions were spent during January to cull! it by that name), for we are i !Maine and are spending the winter in on millions of souls and made every I i ii
clearing snow from her streets. told 1 will visit the sins of the fath- ,, Florida. i| blood cleansed soul a garden of God.
J The devil who tried to ruin ChristI .
In Florida that amount will build! a i tel' upon the second generation, even i Wesley. Andrews and family have
hundred or two miles of hard-sur- upon the third and fourth generation,, moved to Gainesville, where Mr. An-\ I Iin the wilderness made his final attack R. DAVIS I & CO.
in Gcthsemane; but in the soliI [
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of them .
that hate
faced highways. i me. And sins, like i Brews has bought a store.
I tude of the wilderness love ,
-nI i II all manner of 'weeds': increase as they The Intermediate Sunday schoolclose conqurred i'

The Tampa! Tribune gives the following -I' grow. A little thing, indeed is baiting r of the Baptist church !gave aPlu.ty i(sacrificial satan\and surrender sin. Christ to made God's.the will great and INSURANCE

definition of tho word heathen: for doves and overshooting, but it: at the home of Mr. and! Mrs\ I
r'plants' a seed in the minds souls A. C. Strickland (>satan departed! Then angels came and
:
"A heathen is either a gentleman u and i Friday'night. Many II
t scalawag thut hold. beliefs contraryto I,' of boys that grows. into a mighty con- / games were played and delicious refreshments ,ministered'member that unto if we him.resist Let satan's us ever temp-re- I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

your own." What changes him sinning force, many times.. Some) were served. All reported
: folks who stand aghast to murder, u nice time. I Ii I I tations we may expect angels! to
from a gentleman to scalawag or '
minister !
to needs.
A
,. vice versa? I think nothing\ of violating the game i Clarence and Bernice Roberts, of j' bration of the our Lord's proper cele- STARKE FLA.
( Supper ,
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Do want to Hell farm ? see the prohibition law enforced acts i with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.iA. |bus for Gcthsemane. Let us meet next
you your i Sunday at 10 for -
1 Then double or treble the price you I I as. though they did not know, there |/ Roberts. Jand I communion.a. m. Bible study I
I was a game law But one is tho law Mrs. Joe Dowling and daughter of
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; c have placed on it, and start a real I I I
v crop to growing. A well-tilled farm i just as much as the other, and youn Jacksonville\ have been spending a \P1IST CHURCH BULLETIN I

'r y will 11lit\ a fancy figure, where a I: I can not violate the law and get awayIIwith ,few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
abandoned l farm with ramshackle! | it. The officers may" not catchyou Iowlln) On Sunday morning, next, the pas-

buildings and fences, will bo hard tc I but tho law of retribution will. I Mr. B. L. Duke was home this tor will complete the series of sermons Our Cross-,\!ord Puzzle

,1 give away. -0- week visiting his family for a few on "The Key To Life. And How t .
._- I Jl'HI1 'IUKKS; : days. He! is working Daytona and It Works" The parable of the Good ,

i I"ernandina.-)live-wire boosters I( expects to return there in a short Samaritan has formed the ground-
s Trees add, value to property: !while. work of these five sermons; and of
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subscribed be for -
t $7,000 to used ad-
vertising thut city. They will also ;hot Trees protect pavements from the ;1 J. D Knight our, postmaster, left this parable one of the great Scotch 'I
sun. first of week for Tampa on business. preachers said: "The Parable of VIe ,
amend the city charter to allow the
Trees cool tho air in summer and I J. D. Bickling and family have Good Samaritan is an exquisite and I
assessment of 3 mills for publicity I
I purposes. Another Indication of the radiate warmth in winter. I moved to a cottage on Dekle street. perfect flower from whose deep cup I

awakening of towns in this section Trees provide home for thousandsof Mike Klondes is the happy possessor has dropped the very' nectar of the
birds and help man in his fight of gods" We have been
a fine Studebaker drinking from
to what do for them.
publicity can to I
against the y
injurous insects. I this cup, and the draughts. have been
t -0- Trc'es. provide homes for many nni- IIA311'1'UN sweet and invigorating and
t during)
The Delund News is of tho
opinion mnls that are useful to men and food divine
worship '
from success' in Voluniu. county, that I and clothing. Hampton, Feb 20-J. II. Croft, of ( on Sunday morning!
"The bulb industry bids fair' within I Trees help man in his light for better I Danla, who has been visiting friends. we shall take our last. sup from this ,

tho next few years, if properly sanitation. land: relatives here for several days up.In the
dIed to bei' of Florida's hUll-I returned to his home lust evening the third sermon on
i OHIO one Trees Hulp to keep the air pure forman Tuesday. the outstanding
women of the Bible
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money crops. One Bradford county and the lower animals. | Prof. Duval, of Luwtoy, was a business -
will be fnI
'; trucker in the Lnwtoy section has already ) Trees. supply a large part of all visitor here this week. Testament given We shall take a New I r
character for ,
made, good with bulb growing, the fuel in the world. Mr. O. L. Beasley, of Starke, was our nu-dita- I

c' and, nmnv others In his neighborhood i Trees give us. wood rand! wood/ pio- the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. I
., \ are preparing tu !grow bulbs, A ready., vides us. with building material, furniture T. J. Purden, this week. o=: o=QO crOC: =::0

market being found! in .liuksomillf I implements, utensils, tools and Mrs' :Mary Prcvatt returned to her o i io 0o
for the blossoms.. other useful things in great variety. i home here this week, after u visit with I .J ) )4
-- I Trees her relatives in Jacksonville..
provide, one of the most strlk-
A Cull Corn m writer SUN* of Florida: ing permanent foiins of beauty. i M. J). Green and family\ loft UH I -i sr ,s roav

"Between the malaria, the Hand Hens, I Trees. improve the climate and con- Friday for Miami where they will
r the poisonous reptiles, the misnsmu I serve soil and water. spend the summer. I i J.

of the swamps and the ungodly' Trees. provide a great variety of J j Mr. and Mrs W. E. Daughterly I dL
dreariness of the liindsiupe, a man ';.(,miscellaneous! useful products.- and Mr.' Hitch attended church here 0 I I J

doomed to Florida would s.' in l'Ollleto Do than (Ala.) Eagle.GRAHAM. i lust Sunday. 11 0o I I

n point where he would just as lief I I '- i Robert Hicks, of Waldo, was ai o I
dio as not." California's home brew I i i business. visitor here this week

must have a powerful kick to conjure I Mrs 1\Iacus and :Mrs. Claude :May When you try' to "pull the words". : ;>0. A mat.
up such visions in a fellow's> mind, ; Graham, Feb. 20-I. L. Ogden and| left last Saturday for Ohio where they' out of this deep one you are going to ;>J. An .itfeeted person.

,- but people are' not coming hole to die daughter, Mattie and Miss Alice will spend the remainder of the win. have the juh of a lifetime on your :;.t. Nahum:> (abbr.).

.. -they are coming here to live a*life Mritt of \Villiston. were bU8111e81'1vi..ltors ter. hands. It is one of the best that we ;55.; An animal with horns.

us can only be found in Florida I to Sampson Monday I i R. M. Price, of Live Oak, has recently o 0 haw published and arc sure that our i 57. Aged (abbr.).
-->- Mr.' and Mrs. Dewey Strickland and 1 been the guest of his. son, S. 0 readers will have several pleasant 58. A single unit.

Florida's hunting se-nson cloyed Lea Oynl, of Dnytonn) spent the D. Price. hours. working it. tiO. You (old form).
.. lust Sunday. Bradford would do well week-end here with her patents, Mr.1, Miss Helen Dobbs is spending this 161. A Canadian province abbr.).
to have tho legislature enact a law, and Mrs. O. W. Dyol.I. i week with friends in Hawthorne VERTICAL
prohibiting the shooting of game fort I I. L. Ogden, Mattie and Alice, were The Bradford county chamber IIf I 1 I.. :'I.Music( ). I HORIZONTAL(

a period of years, and then only under I in Starke Tuesday attending to business commerce, met here last Fruity night. 1 i. Influenced. 1. A Southern State.

stricter laws than we now have, I The attendance was unusually good 3. Kxi Lunation of sorrow. I 7. A Mid-Western State.
Concrete
Hunters who treat the game law as Mr. and :Mrs. Wesley. Dyal, of High nnd the meeting was one <>f much in. g Work 0 I I. A musical instrument. 14. Flood.

joke are everywhere and our county Springs, spent Wednesday with his terost.I o I "., Mature years. //18. Turfed.
0
is. no "c'ptilln. Give the bird. an opportuntly i pannts! here. I i Mr. Millican, of I.ub'lIInO' Tennessee I (5.( Pronoun. An old saying.
to increase in number for :Mrs. Ulunche Robinson of Sampson who roprestnt the Alnbanmi 0 n.of all Kinds ,18.!! A"nadian province (abbr.). 11M. Has been.

'i a few years' as other sections are wns n visitor here Friday i Tennessee. Auction Company here, |I 'J+. A smell spot. 120. Small\ bones attached to the jaws.

Inll'0 dU.,1, Muntr. Kpperson: of Starke, was arrived Saturday. He has been busily 10 lane if ul. 121. Solicitor at law (abbr.). '
hue 1 Friday bird 11 Prefix words diseases 22. A character in Shakespere.
-- I hunting. engaged/ :: since and sales. are expected & Supplies to relating to -
n Moses Folnom in his "Flashes of Nm 'fh"l1Inlwn... u visitor to in the near future 0 etc, of the glands. ,124. An indefinite article.
I Florida "'lId,," said l in Sunday'sTimesUnion Hampton' Saturday. ;, Mrs T. J Durtlen had as her Q This 0 I 12: A -nnre. 2'; At all times.

: "A leaflet Issued by : Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland, of guests Sunday' her daughter, Mrs..1./ O the is the age of stone made O 1To\ stick fast. 27. Work.

the Bradford county chamber of commerce I Daytona, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal 1 A. Fennell and son. Earnest Webb of o by wider and wider use I" A vegetable 20. A single unit.

I says that 'One of the chief attractions and Ruby Dynl spent the week-end 1 Lamon Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. concrete When you anticipate 14 .V thread of metal. 32. Treachery.

r t S of Lake Butler as a resort, I with relatives at High Springs j Bennett, all of Jacksonville, and her repairs and building this l.i Drunkards.2J 31. A kind of grain.

I ", outside of its bathing) in i the total i :Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis of granddaughter, Mrs. f'. M :Massey, of year, think of concrete con :!: A raised level Triform of earth. 36. A vine.
absence of mosquioes, $5 being otter ZitT, were visitors here Saturday. Carry, Mississippi. ties.struction and! its lasting quail- ::!,i. Twelve o'clock in the day. 37. Also.

f ed for each mosquito found'. Thu Mr' and !Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent the I Rev. [Hicks will All\ his regular appointment o 0 :J nick-! ) (

writer evidently' confused Lake Butler I week-end at Zitf visiting. her parents at the First Baptist church g Walks-Floors-Steps 9 :! ).
s with Lake Kingsley, Starke'a Miss) I Ruby Dyal is upending the here next Sunday morning and eve- Fences ;an.) The point of a pen. 89. The edge of the road.
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famous summer resort,.although Lake week with relatives at High Springs ning. | di The first woman 43. An omnibus (abbr.).

Butler has within its burden a splendid Oscar Milton spent the week-end i ;| Mr. and :Mrs. R. M.\ Faver and and Wall of all Kind. 31.: P.eply (abbr.). 43. A step in walking.

lake. with bin parents near Waldo. i I daughter, :Miss\ Mary\ and Mr.\ and We specialize in concrete I 1:1:U. To steal from. 46. To begin a voyage.

Mr.: and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and fami{, Mrs. O. Haynes were the guests of work and solicit your Job by 35. A pronoun. 43. A Southern State (abbr.).

0 OWNINGOt'K HOME I ly of Ziff spent Sunday with :Mr. i :Mrs.' Faver' aunt, Mrs. J. B. Kanard the hour or under contract. J 38. Sum. 49. Not late.
and !Mrs E. J. Murrhee.Mrssers |Sunday afternoon. o 30.!) Wall (Scot). 61. To exist (third person).

I Folks who some year 430 bought Puffy Abernathy and :Mrs. W. L. Bugg is spending the 40. A period of time. 63. Join together.
'\ houses and settled down to live in Schell Byrd spent Sunday afternoonin 'week-end with her lon, D. L. Bugg of Quigley & Davis 41. A small body of land. 66. Regret.

them, made an exceedingly lucky I Hampton. t 'I Wildwood. 42. East Indies (abbr.). 67. Disturb.

1 f} stroke. A lot of these folks are now David Durban, of Jacksonville, wasa :Miss Daisy :Moore, of Theressa 'I 44. One who kills. *j. 69. To particularize.

I getting their living quarters at a visitor her Sunday. I was the guest of her cousin, Miss Starke 45.: A metallic plate. 61. Depart.
rate for below what the average la' Mrs: VIvin Wasdm U U 47. 62. To
\ of Sampson, Kathryn Wecst Sunday evening. Language (slang). have expressed gratitude.
paying. They might not be able toL spent I aturday and Sunday here with i I Mus: Willie! Fay Hicks, of Oak is 0=:: OII0o=e .0 48 A kind of bean. 63. A month.

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