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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 27, 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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I ROAD MEETING IN LAKE ., FLORIDA GOOD ROADSASSOCIATION


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BUTLER NEXT THURSDAY L Wyoming Wins National Trophy by Voting : FORMED i


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N'o\t Thin sday is the clay set for .:,()ll"I'lN I OK. '; "'" "Tlicsoluliiins :SIAKE S VAI.IAHLB" Allflri'IOY i tUniJlIIfllI I'erteited ut Orli' JiI >

the meeting in Lake butler of eoin- I'O OKFM'K) : Kill; II'MI-M
the death ut An I rgcs ( iirmiiK On I uf I're.'ulHUlld
mitten Irolll all towns interested in upon

having state road number J: runnin.; cli; ,v M Hollms, M. M., member olHi IJI'. )I.'. I I.. lilies has. added. I,. 10""sikiiiiiiinl Ituilillng Program

from I ake City to PiilutUu h)' the way I ulf i rIt|, Lodge No. o." F. A. .1. M. ugsl\ < | | t hI'1..... I JI: ', (tIu-I l Re-ohs( ,inns \tloiied.| I

of Lake Butler, StuiUi-! and Keystone St..I.e.. Fla.SVherens I'h""I1I''at"" IVitatilo> Oi:tin \\h hsill i

Heighthuid suifue-otl nl un early the Great Creator hasp" ,4he IIF uf uie.it. tmtsttr' in h.,1,, (c"i 1,11I01. Feb.IP) The Florida

date i pleased out ol his infinite moii v,, V, |p.ld", i'. I l.al..l.I'I.; ,. "i I't !i. tI" ,,,,,"il 1 l ItuM As 'iniiitnni' lies olglltlix-,

Ctiinmittee:- were uppomted ut the to remove our brother, Andrew 1\[. iM.ilinetit ..I'| distvt-r |II\ ,.[, tiunNntiiii ,( ? I in n i uiil 111,UK uniting in the
I t'Ims, '' from the anti lnlubls. .. th.ii" ge iiirt lv( rums ii'ii.c ill (truth.It. -
meeting held in Luke Butler last week eares : "< Kii.it. vil.il I ".'ueI .
of this transitory existence to ;i 0 rs tin" 111,11'niti,(, nt \vhuh theii vvirol ( f
I :let 1 ,
to confer with representative, citizens ti" n it\ "II I. 111.c 1 :II i;nI11 of
from other sections at the meeting state of endless duration this mi iin I'- vin' iniit! : >: here I i I. :", .n il\. ", ",n 11'1'l i ud ill Ii''rations!. I'eplrrnlfnl; a
clink from the fraternal chain 'Iu.ni: i .' of I iini'oi tunt toiiiiluof. the
,
,
scheduled for next Thursday. Practically 'litiuii' uf lii''ei
every town on the route of this that biniU us together; therefore! bt it \ lot. he UN,.,,1| in s, "in It lone''' iMlheri tail, 1'111'I f..'!iom;' oilniis were III"
lesalstd That to those of his, nn- : 1 t. d'I I'. I +..I"III. Jm \\oillunHtcn; ,
road will he lepresented. I i in nljuiitt nr, 1114" toimd.i. TheIi I
I"r Liilt' \\',11.,1'! '.iJenls, |I.r. J,
mediate relatives nnd friends who ; prt|
.
The gre-uti'r portion of this road is i it\ iaInoim'h( Hie gb tai taau ,
ale moat heart sunken at the loss II. 'Il In i M ||, 'Oialii told J..1. fairish, .
already graded and ready for hard- uchme ( node f I pioiliues" tlliilMpe..tl<' light, '
UHtiiiiu d, we hlbut little of I I'ltu" ville' ; soiietary. Karl Lulliiianii -
surfacing. Union county is guiding l h .ii .nil, nniMiiliir' eonlnKtmn, inv -
this world's consolation to olTer. We i.I'l Orlandu; lua.uiti J. N.
the load. from! Long Bridge to Lake a Itarbl as n i li.ood purifier, through

Butler. and it is understood the grading con only sincerely, deeply and m:>.car" } ot o/ono wllifh is Keliorattd ,. llohni'S' nf I'limpa.

will I bo continued from Lake Butler sympathize with them ,l.\ the 1 ehv'ilii'I spray and Imluttnl An etei' \ulivc- iiilliuitlee uf I :live

to'the county line near Lulu. This, i in their afllictive bereavement, but "o\' the (in lent into the venw) and I will lio stieitej': from tho directors

'we understand is the only section of we can pay that he who tempers the i i -in-.. It I.' II sovereign lenu'dj' for ('h'l'll'd, i>ni hum sash county in tliu ,

:.1.the I entire road from Luke City let wind to the shorn lumb 1-ol.s down heal liliiod. piesMirc sad can bo ustJsilk II slate that i.s interc'Ktuil in the par.puslw'of -

: Palatka not ut present graded. with Infinite compassion upun t tits: A vrot iTL ). 'K'at bandit, for severe hend111 ) the program lit the meeting,
widow and children the hour nf I I 11111 set forth in lemilutionH adopt
in
Every citizen of this section of the 'in's, neuralgia diseases of the ear, I
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their desolation, and that the (;r".lt lad I I'he ililc-iMois I elerled
1 state is urged to be present at tho The state of Wyoming' scored the greatest )percentage! r of gain In ilu iiinntiMii. iiaiiil 1'lItlll'rh. lumbago, alreluly lire'as

meeting next Thursday.. The hour has Architect will fold the arms of UK ,I votes at the national election last fall and won the trophy offered. by linj' fever, intliiuiizii, Viippe, pnuuinoina I 1 ,I'olloWH' : Orange county S. S. Sud-

n been set at 10:00: a. m. : love and protection around those who Collier's, The National Weekly. rhoto shows Governor Nellie T. Ross inflln.IIUrlll.'MIK. ) std many I lei, luiigerinei; Vohmia, Karl: W.

-- .- put their trust in him. ,I receiving the award u tt wa unveiled by h.r.BOO, Bradford Has,, I I other disennes with which the huniiin 'Ilrown I;i l)'4l.nnd; folk, J-:. I. Mm-k,

BAPTIST tllUKCH UULLE1IN E. W. HAVES, i a boy scout I II body in afflicted. < I: l.iikeluml lake, W. Al. Igou, EustlH;

N. STERN ERG.J. The humhimpiliils! have been HillKliuruugh, 1 U. U ( 'ruin, !Plant City; .
surreHHfully -
M. MITCHELL.Committed.. I 'I Slimier. C. W. Sluwart Bushnvll
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Sunday, next, is the opening day in using Klectro-Thurnp)', 111'1' ; I
a week of to be observed by violet tri iitinent it is O""l.IIIVII1.. IwindiH St. Cloud; I
prayer, ray as MHIII'- I I
the Baptist women of the Southland, TE1u'ER.tNCE: MEEI'1\G-.. ICha ber of Commerce<< : times culled, fur a nUlUb"r..r want.Phis lliLhluiids Alnnun" \C.. Gilbert.KO:\ < 'arm 1"roollll1nVII Ii'hind. Ocala;

all have been : / ,
b and pastors requested portable audit may he, UM ed in
AT lJ.U.11o1'f: CHURCH J'nr':1'1111"1.' ; : .,, Kd IligguiH, .Sunford;
to speak upon "Fruil-L'uaring 'I'hroulehI'ra'er. I the ollliv or in any home where there
SUNDAY;:; NIGHT .\' 7-.IU; Commends Bond irusiecs1I Piitniini, "ruiitU I'oiiMidi.1 Palatku! -
; .
This will be the tif the'I
topic I is eii; Urieily, nod [Hie' ,penplo ot Clarkeme .
at the hour of I fortunate ( lay, K:, S. Wilson, irern Cove'PIII'IPi
I sermon morning worship to have thu benefit of
Temperance Meeting of all 1 t1:echun II' :- ; llrevaiil, W. U. Wuiiioik' ,
which begins ut 11:0(1: ( a.11.. It is tlus, wnndeii i| nul 10 mi ,li.nllieni'i" '
the prayer life uf the people that has hen of the town at the [luplisi; I lie it h"I.I I I li\; 'to.olvod that lli< linul; : .01 hut. li.diun, Ki\t( City ; Alnchun. W. K. ;

made. )possible, the success that ha church next Sunday: n J.ht. ford ('110111 \ < 'hallllll'l.r tun, .nciie. The 1 I" :n, 11'nn'n who have' served nth II i MEI'110DIy'I '1'hOI1l.I.i (Cninesvi'lo; ; : ; Lc-vj, \V. ,1. r p'
.
oattended the Baptist denomination as All the ('michis' will meet toni: tiler ''of Itiinlfoid, c"unit) ,1-loiula do hiuli '- I Ih1; Itoaiil! t f Uoml 'liusteiliavo giv-1 )Inv: mi, I,> iiiison; llnrilei', Joseph VI.CreWN. I i''
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one.of the spiritual forces to work in in the Baptist chinch in the Interest >' lo:; on record! n.. a hods III toin-, t'I i then linn ;.inI! eiioiuus. without'uiompii List ;=atiiida.)- in,;g lit, i,uinliiv. morn.iiiK ''. !:' \ inii' hu'n: Every county III I I

the world and we are sure the week of Tciiipeinnca and Law JSiiforiement meshing must: highly the cflloicntwink .i' and tluan' to In- highlyitimmoinkd and 'nndiu iil'lenio, :.1..,. Jniiiin the late' in : \mp' ,it h>' with this p u"inin I!

1 spent-in devotion will boar fruit as in our local community. 'The pnin.uyobj of the Koiinl of Build trustees, I tin the. un-olish nniniiorin .II Iliuuli, .iltoiney at law, of JackH.niMile t Is nii-eil to Mulfct n director usonii '
,. ,, of llni'lf, rd 1'loi'Ida. \Vi rc-ndi- which I thov.' ha\o handled the alTuiia. .. .
1 such devotions have on other oc'c-u- 'i t of government i Lx to prate.I I i.jurity, : aid u layni.in ot 'oui' iliuiJispoke its pus+iblo and notify the i>ccratiuy. -
alone I life nnd property, and\ every HfilileLoriiiii Iy realize tho many problems that if tin in t id l ilepailiiu, 'nt of this roiinlv. to oily pcopl. tit tae Metliodlrtlihunh .

The Bible school will meet at 14. 'iit enacts laws and oAabli ,. have. ciinfiontid this board from the I \\ II iiiineiid ,'al'll invmher of tho on "fhlld Life and South:" The first minting of thu officers

> a. m., and the young people at 6:30: he", lilies by*vhieh its people may I moment they first took of Ike" mid it lionrd of Liond Trimloes for \heir untiring Mr. Bunch I M .deeply inteieNlud III land duectors will bo held at Miami ''.

\ p. m. Old and young are requested) to he governed l. aid elects ollieers, givIng f is u ,pli-nsuie! to note that each prob- I cIToilH to place llradford county Sunday School: work and the I'elisionsdevelopment on then! c-vonlng of March il, at which ,

keep in mind that Sunday is Centen- them authority and \power, to exo- lorn as it lumd" up hns been successfully in the front with good .roads and nxk of young life, lie wan tnnu H iltlugntion III ho selected L
i : nial Gift Day for the Florida Baptist cute them anti see that they are obey. overcome in u careful and \painstaking I: that a copy of this n,,olution 1 bo prai deal I and. spoke to the point llu \ ln'fure' the stall loud department ; ,
ed. Come to the next manner. spread! upon the nnnutoH of this in its final budget I
jHonie for Orphans, when we look for meeting Sunday has ability both as a teacher anil meeting an61tu't
) j a generous gift of money for this I night and line up yourself on the .tide All funds placed ut the disposal of I chamber and that a copy be Hunt to speaker, and those. who failed In hear -h 10 nt Miami ,

I Christ-like work. of law and order.AltUESIKU | the board have been carefully accounted the Board of Bond Trustees ; him miMhed an opportunity to hear Thu directors will also elect n strong/

In the evening, at 7:30: there will I, I fur and these gentlemen in Respectfully .submitted 'Homethinir' good, Mr. !Hunch is n lawyer ilelegiitlnn to go tu TallahauHOU durini -
) FOR ItUKGLAKYHemingway's whose rare our bond issue was placed J. 11. MOORK. { ,' the set-Mioii of the
I I I and legmlaturo to
be a union meeting in the interest of u very busy man in his pro
I I have handled it in such a manner that N. r). HULL. i work f"I' the
[law enforcement, to w Inch the public f ess ion, but he never lets hiM work aeeuniplinhmont of the
I is Invited. I. meat market, near we now have one of tho best road ) L. II. 1111.1. '' come li-l vveon him and his duty IlS n OhJI'I'lH of the 1I" "l'lntion.A .
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the depot was broken into Sunday ''sjstenm of any county in tho state of Committee. Christian gentleman and layman In large number of ton from the

ST.-M/1RK'S ChIURCIIThe morning:; and the cash register pilfered I -----I- the church When duty culls him to 11 Morida Crud| Bonds AsHuc-iution will

of its pennies, the only money I niligioUH task he rinses' IIIH Iw prcM('nl' ul St. Potwi-Hhurg on
otlli/ e and
service for the First in
Sunday left there overnight Ralph Rigsby a
Miinli!
reiianllesn'of t.l: to meet with other Intorile -
goes maliiuil I IOHH .
(Lent will be at i 11 u. m. negro boy) was arrested Sunday afternoon lintilocM '. '
Chamber of Commerce Meeting .. hu I"Mo'III'/ || says not ; fin he ,Mnvamprd I .1| pnitica in u uoneral Florida I
On Wednesday there will be Holy
lij Chief Kite and .Nn-ht: ; Slate ( ConveiilKin lalli'd the
in work all the lime. :Seedve by 'I'll-
[Communion at HI) a. in. (no sermon) Marshal Alvarez:. and was relieved of' IMiaml Trail, AsHiniiilioii.Kvtry .
and Bible study of the life of Christat I lust i the kingdom fJt Cod and His i
pocketfull! of stolen
a pennies. 1
8:00 rq' tteousne .+i, nnd nil I the things of : counlv in the iitali- is nivilid of
Tonight Friday
[ 7:30: m. All are welcome : aLL ley
p. Uigsby gained entiance into the ., ,
II mat.'rial niitnu. will lt .dilc.l. I'nt In si'U'i t il least L one+ dl..el.tur as uiniiiilicr l I
This t season is being observed by a
market from
-rent number of Christians of differ the window by scraping and removing the putty the glass. 'Bret, things llrst nnd lh,n s of ..ei'. of the :Male (;iouil. \ Itoiuls( AI<- 'I
--- OIl IHlMltl.Ha .
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Sent religious beliefs all over the He was in full sight of anyone passing ndnry iniportani. will niiurallv' fol /f'.la '
IJOEUS; !: ASSOCIATION low. 1'iidiis, IH a ilnv of ln\ ailivilii'x, 'I polii! j a, ,MI puipoHo,' fir tho Miittt
[ IIAVK NEW TAGS
world. There are no sot rules and un the street, but ho gained en-I ('Ans111'1'l'! : ,,
The oi iiilinii' IN nt fat tli tits,
good and in
men of Ujiurtf
Teach ELKCIS OFIH'UKSAt ui.inen th"
[ nne may observe it In his own Liunie without attracting attention.
I church an lu-iru nr.I, .I I, II"1' r 111. I Ii I' dlltlnlls. iiilliniiUii, olixlft-
faithful have -
wayf'ur ages i I''opl. He was suspected of the theft when T- 1
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begin-Ili haters n.: of Hi J. II. 'Iheiiol" luilr-
to Ihoir rollgions Oi-ala
|made use of it as a great opportunity. ft was leiu'ned by the olluers that ho thu regular meeting of Bturkuft'owei ] ; I I opportunity nun W M I

lit ill no spasmodic exciting event but had spent pennies rather freely that ( ,,,' 'Aiisocmtton held Saturday, di iv.is whose ears do not show the mil duty: Tln>y uie not only beingmwdseued l-ieiiiim; Avon Igou, UuMtiH; Gilbert

[an annual season to emphasizethe morning in the colored! )part of town, the :Jljt! of February the followuu I1-I lit mi ,' 'laj', unlc-is I they con |Lot arc noting; not only S. | Park, secretary! ; 8.hitdiller .

), ph Ittutl.. In titles children may beseen and. \his arrest followed. ulllcors were elected us olllcern for the i,liov.' they h.ive ajtpnt.il for IxenHt-, 'Ming but "..lng'. And tiny layman, of Kiirl; W., 151nguHnorange) / couny j
I the liiiiUi ; Brown, DeLnrid 1 J. J.
|today who lands hlniHelCio ;
with the
[ on h-Wodnosday Hi",i lucaltuitf proclivities are such .ai I'Mo:
4 muik ashes their forehead and '' C. Prencott. miiili. ah orbed ,in his. businous af'nns I'arrlsh, TittiHvillo; C. W. Stewart,
nf on that an oidmary cell will not hold' i'lc-Hiclent, L. ( .\lm OF, HANKS Iiishnell
and M.
C t" t lava aside to do / it, Anderson, LttkftValeit -
thus early m life they are taught in h.l1I. hl.'tng-about I demolished they Vice president, 13. L Ames. rcllgioiiHnoik '!he, resolution *
[a that the body perishes Lnntile from Secretary E. L. Brown. whoa duty rails, not only loses follows:
symbolicvvny; city a confinement orl I I wish to t...l'r'1 my ;rratitiidu for "WhorHus, tho state legib' of
+in ittur
opportunity to do good but *
and the spiritual( reniaitm. two there, and while in the county homo4nice; orders were sent for the I Kinship 1 '' nf tumidit grnduilly -
( aunty < expie ''oi' ins' lost-H out In his rotation 1 IIJta>! laid nut for the drat limit InClor.dn .
-- -- jail his playful habit of flooding the ,, "lell14 and fertilizer.A I to men,
to Mis. Mary Hopkins !
intun ,
,
mv history real
MIDWAY Use I i'/hurt'h, and tho kingdom of Ood. a practitable! prel
lower purt of the building with water )I Ihu. special mot'ting IH called for Saturday
ujth her i ieautitul lung dhu'ss. Also fur tin ( .'ram of rood construction tu
May
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Cod bless
,
our good laymen andajwom.'ii serve
Midway, Feb 27-Mr. and Mis.; J. .. earned him quite a reputation. : February iittth at the courtI.nuse ; : l1ul'I.1 ulfern.d: which covorMHS I : he- bout interest of the state, und
nf they forth to labor ,
He was lodged in the county jail at 3 p. in. liu go inhe
pO. Ocnison and family were visiting cd casket I / viiii' ard of 1 Lurlh "Whorons; thin |program' hits notyet
> our
[his !sister, Mra. G VV. Johns Sunday; afternoon. Jailor BaUden lan I I L. C. PRESCOTT, fV.. IIOK.sr( ( There will been nipletd'II, we, the .
|'m nf
i s'>i\ieos the ri'jirnscn.HIM
,,1 taking) any chances with him and President
i
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Mr ,racy Pec-pies was at Mr. R. ilethndist church ':i nt iiu i, eouiitim and 1 elite
;
il. Tn) lur's on buHim-hj Thursday. ham put (In.n in the death, cell, where SEND! IN toi it :-1.010.\1., : : at |ho iiHiuil lniiiiH nil ;.Sunday,': nurrnlug 'ii',.amiti' i/i. of Honda. assembled
iindav srhtgdt
Mks Eunice: haw; uf t.l.uilfnrd at- h.>i tan ininiine with the spirits; of UlciltCH; Or' OIKIST si 10:1111: ) and. i io Oiliuiili', / in trains Inreting. thin J
prc.u luiu at 11:1111
emlid church here Sunday.'Altsq ; Lhoii. wo U it th. coil) fin the (;nllosvswl j I ... theM : 'fill dui.f// Kiliruuiy JI!l I
ice mstor, Kev. Otlu her will ( 'II. two nuke win fir when t the minister( will imc as liuiiliji'ct :! tln rpc.
y,
)Nishie Lou I), nistin spent the \ tin I itiiity, of a life of crime. |I ] ,. .o. Mil", 'il IlllltHK
h I III ; in nl'vmii" 1. mi for Ilmd- "Llfo WU :
I' ii.u next lu'OIJaj': | at 11 a. in. theloiimviit a flll'n.111"/ tinrenil I
[week-end' at Mica Ouida Thomas'. IIKUOKKK( i -.uhjeit. : "Cnristian; Consis-, f ,,id! ?mittIinl "I i till, "tl1.. $ in ,s,s he ii ) aorvliinl) ctrl u"nil;- .hour, "t I I'.,. ,i.l,,it, ui o of 1025 muke no

Mr. (Desmond IuLt i and hrotherattend11 I1CWIu.t' Uoes it Ui-mitnd, : .. ; ..lie rid I I i I.'i I o' ',''ut' ''('1' uf toniii I; ';:''I ill I ha' cvnu. i ', At that hour nil hane. hni>."i.Vor In the proiont+

church hole Sunday. Brook,, "r, Jeh 27 Mrs. II. IMIaxon. 'lo thus end we moet next Lord's .' for Hit. (lilt ?HI, .;idi, .-red) most lipI LI ,II<' i'h"rO'/ll's/ of tlu town will meet I I mi' lii-v. or''11' 1 t.. d by that body dur-
Jls; Edna ImkoH! ,of Milier, spent of Law i w:n with homefoiks hero'' I I.. !ii.idford; I?i (II" -i-s.Kii of 1'jaa.\
o'uta' If..I" to I t And it
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Dlly'lit Jt) .1, m. for bitilo study and I li It t Pile r lilptist: ; (Illlllll, III II J 'I ml' I If,01 I I.i I. ; It
Svind ly with ;Mist pimla, Thomas I't.ndIlY, ,1 I'l' -f .Id r'. ,,, l. ft rthcr'lii
I ybe t 'l'Sll
.
luiniiiunion. Au who wdl, Uo so urn : u.u ill II I t tI. In>i tlroe'u'' a local .xenliuuall.. ; on 'IViii
( Miss Oui'l.i! and I He tan. Thomas and ('h'I; l \\ ..rd., .,worth, Jr., is attcndIm < l I.'a"" I I 1"'h i /: .ui'! V"' ; That v/e 8 lid!
iand Lnw Knl: Ktrongiti
HI.ltcd I to ntl n L Xoinun 11 a. III. I rum n/ ( "I"l 1Ip" <>
1\1R; ).N;,sh:t- Lou I [KmHI, and Miss ,' t I I r. "i t nt -t. AUK I tine lh t id ,i, u :I ,', "> .1 i .I i d i a .(",,d ,.I I il Wll. I (.L'I, I i ,,,.llv. .. I I 10' ':d.: '. ,, .IH to Mi,inn 1,1, {!ho, |I., "I'ot( t

[Edna Dukis spent ; i afternoon week. L till UF ill.\NKSv 1 I. nn \V i ii.. 'it. on a p11111 j 1 hhi-i 1I I of I Ii -< 1'10'110 Sunday in;:h' ""II' tin'" of I Ho, '.:I t..tp KMII J UcaartnI -
;lth ;MiiS: ;'Ifa .I'I'r'( T"ylr.,; M 1 ::0 0) -
I M : t..' .iJl.i:t ., I U .i .1 i I I H'yi;( is Shaw; Ru'ttn!J, .f Graham; wire w .th friend 1 i r i,, inn' o i d ad In "nt II In-, nv o- nry-;; ; OLI dt/1hl.diY 1'1.c'Jo: d..1',UK fI.-o. ii"MI' ; ne i,,lun' .,f the
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ent iimln\/ afC'l' !to i II.; Paylor's LI1r' S ntloy. '.\1,1 h, to extend our hill't t ip :
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Mi .1.1' .Sndr.v.. ,in I lu of 1.11IfI'.1, J ;Mr (IL: Jrt. Inni.iii hi' ptirrh.nsed walk .. .
in in wax at-I 1 ,mill, t." ii "I.il'' .,' ( A. I till"-II, Hiu J K ad Uc| aiti.?< ..t for
\ v i I.h ;Mr J II. I', l.iylur trI,;i. ""I.I :mess, here Wednesday.' .' vary' (",r their thoughtfulm- and I "', I la. '1 ho 'hoard of govenor the, .I"'t.ro" farm and I L.?m' war tho I he' untying:{ out. /f the prat' i I.t| fulc. '

/ Afr -"Iill's.: J, L Wat..rur MilBI I 1'. JI J Ji, .. and, .? tilt.. tu us daring. the recent death "JUntl v rrsldtnco uf ,hido,! Goo. A. I'
t I'ii hun, Alph, were .1 i t ,ill t j1 '01.I -- md. V.,1 il ..tnrioniirollu going J : nitritionc-il program, and ho it
ter vv'- l'hoer guest of Mr. and t I. rl' 't'l !1IilIPHS in Hi.: luid 'Toehii 1 f -r 11!(>... LiAhtiEdward Harrison inn'if tlvv..'"in\ii' r and the slogan Gnnliaer; 1;1 a short dint'imc from town, "Knolwil" ; 'llmtvi. rna.l1.'Itc, iur- ) ,

s.Y.. IJ. travvfoid'uneir.y.: ;.. I ;;.!r.h. :Mav (;j'jd'i richest blessings hobe u.' :pi f.d. told phu. i to movu tnern when re111 rill, .... thu lloildu( l-.Mid; ltouit( A.SOlo : I
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Alt. and! ;.Mrs. E. B, Itt;('ors andFdAUhter .V! 'i Eluabcth and [ < I ,Wvod pon you. I I II. 1.. 'I and a HI rations hale been com- elution, for tlm pure"su of fin the

: of Dukes, attended churchh H. ,u", i 1.\ i" inj' :\1.re, and Mr. L4ni1C Mrl.; i (c. L I.,'wis, :Mm B. HarrirMr f' \ 1mrHlnr.1IZ(( : \-!'IrN) : IIYH r,I'.Ud. 'I'his place has a large number all, tau pr' riot i-l.jridu' rjaj' r-

re Sunday. ; ..i, iH, of awtoy, were with friends ; ; ''. S.H. Mndy.( ) Emily: hmith, J. H.s.n.th Cioi S1iD.;) POIATOPM of, l bossing pecan tiled and tho now I(:I'"J,1 b,' it fourtlu ,ro.

'1\11'9. Minnie ("l101111'cr'h"r', her. oil,,""Ja", I! E. W. Smith, Henry T. Smith i iI I ",wnor has had ino .' '.ttd\lm, orange ItdKoKni That
Invifo
we nil |Fi 1,1'1ln
The Stirko fiiow ,\'Hul', iution -
p"n g in Lake Butler Saturday. :Mr. :indMri. P. M. Barefoot and UtI!I la : t oc-:" set recently '' 1 to unite-;
I I' i i carrying nut this
S. FOXh.STKY EUPLOVEH HERE
unlnnderJ/ a curl"lid of lied! ("IKK:: roodT'ltiitoos pro-
[ Mrs. Mary Chancery spent the tl lo .''a < lit'-, Juanitia of Starke "
were ciiufccu CON fElt NB 'I ram.:
the
week with her mother, Mrs. Jim Craw- here \Mth nlnti\es Sunday. I Duixnir the week :.Starke has bee Saturday scud being '

Ord.w. Mi"i ) Mart;.ireite Shriver, of Starke,. vifitud hr a rinmoar' of persons tmpiojeil or'li a'rod,hijr l by Kavinir its ni, one<'mhors" of 'the coopprntlvelynt members! The Church of n Ji-xus Christ; of Lat- ENOCH N. \\' ELLS

- -Tt was here with her parentA, &Mr. and In 'hi' U. S. Forestry work, tar Day Saints will hold pnforvncut I
} O. W. TO HOLD Multi .1. At present they arc making The body of Enoch: N. W. HH, who
Hrs. Ji In ; ;
.ihriver Sunday. among tho number being; B. N. Jacksonville 741 Claude: Street ,
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t UNVEILING CEREMONY up an order" for a carload of fertilizerfor rllud!i In this city tittturdny
C Mrs. O. S. Strayhorn, of Waldo, Mimnifl, :s. (C. Craighead: R. A. St. members of the nr lIn1.ation.; Buy- 'eh. 28th and March tat. President wag taken to Luke Butlor morning

> The local camp Woodmen of the was hero v. th! home folks Sunday. I George( all from the Bureau of ento 'Inc; their suplies In carlond lot, the H[her J. Grant, of Salt Lake City, morning, where the funeral Sunday

World will appreciate your attendance E. M. Muicn" G. W. Hax n was attending urology, Washington, D. C.; R. D.I I resulting saving in prices greatly ,, will' be there and will) be the principal were i held yesterday afternoon.serVI':" ,

,*t the unveiling ceremonies to be to business In Starke Tuesjly. Forbes, W. R Mines, Mrs. P. C. Wake-l i I honrfltn the member, and they, too, speaker'[ at thu Sunday services, also 1 body> won laid to rest in the The
family
'conducted by them at the Crosbytemetery ley, L. M Reynolds, all of New Or- have the advantage of pooling their resident Chas. A. Callta, of the ,nmetory there Burns A

\' on Sunday March Ut, at 3 Elder Moody and family, of LaCrosse leans. Mr. Wokeley will arrive here product and sailing in car lots where Southern States Mission' and 20 trnv- were In charge of the" Clymora

..'p. m., for Frank Starling deceased. were here Sunday. noon to join his wlf. it m to their advantage to do 10.MM. sling elders will he in attend.r.ce. Jacksonville Journal nrrangement

J. W. MORGAN Clerk. Mrs. Dell Thomas was attending J. L. Burns has come here from -- | February 23. I

---' --- to business In Starke Wednesday California to .sid L. Wyman In the S. L. West, of Pittsbarir, Pa., Ft. Lnuilerdile-1700,000 to be Mrs. Charles rlr," of Jaeknonrille 4

Mr. end :\11'1. W. M. Wainwrlght A. L. CrosBy and family, of Vero, Forestry work. Mr. Burn In stopping returned home Wednesday after a pent for civic improvements and conItructlon j! has boen visiting her stators! I,

have returned to Starke after spendIng ,have moved back here to make their I at the home of Mr. and Mr*.. O. J. I I week spent in Starke with her brother of two bridges! over New I Mrs. J. W. Morgan and MM.1" LaU", I.

several weeks In Tallahassee. ;' home We all welcome them back. Griffin.! E. II. Smith. river. Cbace
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 192SAl.LIKS -.
\' BRADFORD COUNTY TELE'';RAPH, STARKE. FlORIDA >
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I .. to be Jacksonville Swmilal-Po w ell]
Contract
I .. FRUIT TREES I that i Is at once l<'n.. ump and cheery I Panama City
,/ i to build *" ''IIJ"> I
at Warehouse Company n">
for erection of hospital
: .... all. C" i r and tuneful. warded
Wj 11.1:.iR' I Just as the orchardist Is able If you arc interested listen to the I Fifth street nndl.lln"li,1: avenue. wari-hou on OD-acre site
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if
through nourishment to increase next train whistle you hear and nee I _
'. what the. signal means ,,
J the vitality and resistance of hisappt.trec you can tell
1.cns the: saving in
:. : : p to winter's cold so is ;and what sort of a fellow the enpi-1 i offsetting money
I is.St .
.. .- --- the body fortified withScott'S m-erman_ I This Week] Europe, poorer and los! ('lIie,. ..:
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than the United States, suiln
;I'l.lNUK; DKI.K.IHS: I JUDGE 1\ ES DEAD: L.\KH CITY Augustine-The city comnm- for lack of can. Some of t.millioua .
taken
I. 'OIIING'I'O\l I.wm.1I0S0HEU' CIUZCN: EmulsionThousands si..rers.of. St. Augustine have we spent for trucks, tobe
ANNE: I "tept to carefully preserve'' the coffin used carrying freight. That

Of I ended--by taking\ theglass Was Confederateeleran and for of p'droIenend<'z de. Aviles. pro..-pt- ti was educational. Enough truck! :

f course of wine. I 40 >ear Comity: Judge of Columbia 1 now take! -: it as regularly ed to the city this week by John B. competing with railroads aim!
Funeral Todu SteNon, Jr. president. of the Florida cutting railroad freight pru.<
After dinner, several other couples ) as they take food, to build
I HKtoncnl ociE'tMr.. Stetson le- will makd some of the old-fa.-;1'-
dropped in and :Miiijorie asked us all healthy resistance and to protect: ionad railroad men think. bit rely -
oldest of \its
: Feb 16 Judge Washington it.irei the relic l i' the
Lake -
liked Jut Schuyler City
to spend the night 1 and them when winter's cold arrives. in this relying on the Interstate Commerce
oldest character anywhere
the
after I bad the champagne M. lies, one of : Kind or
butter Commission! to raise your
I'' I II of the city, and he places a high estimation .
cltiuens
"You're II peach when you get most honored Take a lesson from Nature : country rates! when you need more monty
I started," he told me while we danced.j'' passed away this morning, after aweek's i -keep your body upon it, aside from the associations By Arthur Briabane fa not scicntiflc\ railroading.
West which make it priceless to the
different illness at his home on
realized how
weakness-
I strong to resist )
. from CurtNs who had asked me never : Duv.nl struct. city of St. Augustine, founded by poTHE DOCTOR BILL. "Tom" Lawson, author of "Fren-
take Scott's Emulsion I
i take another drink all long aa I Born in St. Augustine, September I Menem/! in 1365. The relic from the sled Finance" and an active fi r"it-
r i lived.to I wouldn't after tonight and besides .20.1 S.13. moved wltn his parents to Scott & Bown. BloomdtlO, H,J. ..-.:>1 i ...flln in which Menedex': remains $3,000,000 FOR CARS. In much frenzied finance of nU

I ho would soon be home and twouldn't 'this. city in 18 U. rested for 3SO years, wn entrustedto WALL! S IRE T ALWAYS TAKES. own, was buried loot..v vck clo e lu
be depressed.At I lie was a veteran of the Civil war : WHEN TilE WHIStLE BLoN'4Through : Mr. Stetson last summer by the the magnificent e, te thi.t '
so Bob to bed. Before having been among the first to enlist mayor of Avilez Spain, for delivery I "3 I IN 1" HUS3M, S. once owned. Wall Strr. 11'? .'
: midnight went !I the blackness; of the night ._ to hl.n.: And Wall Strc't 'i"l.aW"i <
I Fourth Florida to St. Augustine -- -- -
C. regiment
t himself he came over to with Company -
excusing the train of darkened Pullman slips ""oni him.
my side. lie served forty years as county the rails with ghostlike I It is .ugc<'lIk.1 1 i that income taxpayers
along gleaming
; "I was pulling fur you and hoping judge of Columbia county; thirty- speed the wheels clicking I amerry Tallahassee-The state prison department be all ,.. 1.,1,! to deduct j \ from ..1.11 :10. \.a.ixttera i i.,.'

j you wouldn't let them bully you into live years us city clerk two terms, tune. Suddenly. ominously, i today instructed T. B. Johns, taxable income t, ': .it the" hove to J JO :n. \ i.l :-.rent. L, t\ ,
drinking" ha said, "but its hard not 1875-70 as city mayur of Lake City series district supervisor of convict camps, I' .H i<.* uJ L'.r.i. t il'w: .> _
from the engine a !! doctors.If .
be with the Bettor turn in and was a charter member of the Advent there comes The to proceed! to Titusville and investigate pay L.... ''.::. ..5 0: -::11, <, ..:
to
gang.
blast
suggested. Christian" church of short quick whistle the killing of Hugh Bland, a a man ma'nM! !- < mrn-P I .- ,: li '. :It ill l.._::.
r pretty soon tho, he brakes KO on; speed slackens; more using mnchliiery ho ir'!<.. .'I' in 7-.a: e''l 1 ..* ;M- .- '
suggested curd, so a lie married :November-'; I, 1870, white prisoner In a road camp near crop! -
Someone win the la
From deduct fr incoi. '
v..a 'I'
whistling the train stops. i I e '
f of Live ; the Sebastian river. Information of the I :1- ,ar Jinjr hoB said town is
I started. to Miss 1 Arabelle E. I'arshley, outside has to keep to ma '
was gpe..J U '
berth
game window of your nothing of .'e 'I. Ilf age:: <;,.. t
second rubber 1 beggedto who with four sons and three killing was received the captain : oiuu in order. .
the Oak .
After is visible; if there's trouble its. up +ry to w\ r./ abort: p.' ..., .
be excused. Joe Schuyler spoke up. daughter, Frank T. Ives, vice preci-! ahead. The whistle sends out one the camp reporting!' that George The machinery used by a ''aw- '-' .;;. ave r.ioncy iiie; .,."',

"All right-but you know the penalty dent of State Exchange bank; Dr. long and three short imperative i i.l Ward, another white prisoner and' yen, merchant or mechanic is KU eta) ... J "anor:: .-, .i.. ..
when you renlgT A kiss." I William Ivcs, Mrs. J. W. Layne, Mrs. blasts There is silence\ except for Raymond Bates, a guard, had been'' own body and l brain. If he has to our ho;.:]Js. \."',Ien I...., .
r And with all of them looking, he Ethel Hearne and :Mrs. C. C. Coffin, the.l restless stirring of sleepy folks ordered held by a coroner's jury for spend money to keep that machinery any: it.J mci ./, t.ay: ,0. '."otw

,, grabbed me, held my arms behind me of Luke City; N. P. Ives, of Miami; berths. You note that the man the grand jury in connection with the I in order and! fit to CU'CKvcntla ..*i' ....*/. wiUi\ us."
with one of his hands and kissed mequarely Dr. Harold Ives. of Jacksonville, and ; In their the aisle snores tenor I Ii ca-'e.. Bland wa. serving a life sentence OF COURSE he should So ,,'Itnail Strer'. across be allowed to charge that to "re- gamble.
Wolta und from Holmes for murder
the Florence county
on the mouth. It was two sisters Mrs. i four long
after while It income
: i i Then, a : pairs" and deduct from
., first time any one had touched my Mrs. Kate cVuwley, of Gainesville shrieks. from the whistle, and ;presently I an I had been in prison since t&jc. And also he should be allowed Mrs. T'nnol, lanv erJi..y. n' tr .
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lips since Curtiss had made love to and seventeen grandchildren survive two short blasts. You hear the I Febnmrj 1922. Ward, sentenced in to deduct for each year Sabena Hem'ii, in K'-: :.-u,*, "HA
\ me on that Matchless day at camp. I : him.Funeral brakes released the train moo< ahead I Santa Ro u county was serving three of wear and tear a fair charge for Kansas editor at Topeicn( mat.

t',I' \, turned and flew up the stairs. I sertices will be held Tuesday und you plump up your pillow and y'aro for perjury. His time would DEPLETION every woman need three '1.-. ,-

t. I derided to take a bath. I was sitting I morning 10:30: o'clock in the Ad- go back to sleep. In .all pml"nlnl.ty\ I have "beer up February 22. A coal mine owner charges off bands one for society. one io
i : in the tub when suddenly' the dooropened vent Christian church: in Lake City. the train has struck a wandering cow "depletion.; because: his mine Is make money, one tlo..k. o1cl'the '
.. ; Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
other -- -- worth le=- each ear. housekeeping. "Pr'ent'Iv
j Mnrtorte and the ;
and
.' the
1 PLACE FOK OXFORD .MAN I'' that preferred the grass alon,:; DnuulMi rrnind mom*U PAZO Ol.VTMENTrallito : What about the whose husbands are satisfactory a- ..>"
around."Whst'a I I man
I girls were standing. right-of-way to that in her pasture. tune llchlu Blind. BltedulR or PromiOina "
the matter" I demanded. Pike Instantly rrltrvm Itching Pas.. and you mine is his brain ? That also Is as they' go she --avs, bat ib,<-:
An Oxford B. A. was hunting for a was the engineer' attempt to ",'an'j can act restful ,lp4>p after flm .application.' Bfe. worth less each do not go far eimiph.!
Look, look Sallie's got on her 'the animal off the track The \l"na:: umi, 1 I year.

, clothes" job."Do you suppose there is any opening three short blasts ordered a I"! "nn SEABOARD TIME: TABLEIn The learned! Mr- Tenrui; knows
Fashion do what other
I ii The \icy water had brought me to here for nn Oxford man?" he to go back to protect the end 'f the things can't can do. For Instance thefashion that pol yam!! y, mca'i. r -,. r. .il
my senses. Looking down I saw that asked a smart lad in an office. train while it was standing stO''t.' The ( effect November 16, 1924.::! ) in short skirts has made husbands, was once t1! .>c r: ''a I

j my lovely evening gown was ruined. "Thlre111 be," was the reply, "if trouble having been satisfactory disposed SouthboundNo. fashionable restaurants and night among many nations. It "'!! p"i i

I. They all thought it was screamingly the guv'nor don't raise my screw to of the ftagmnn was onl.n.M' to 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. dancing resorts in London, cut valla among certain sen'i-"a'ir-!
.
, t \ funny and a good joke. twelve! bob a week by tomorrow : return to the train by four long No. 3, 11:02: a. m. down the height of tables and ous peoples.And the husbands l
I ', I;, "Get out of here all of you!" I yell night" \,blasts, and when he swung! on the No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00 p. m. chairs. It is Impossible for women along fairly well. far..ire' toet;
ed. "Marjorie, how could )'ou1" I and waved his lantern I with iVirts up to their knees to
/rear platform No. 7, Limited 2:16: m.
.' asked when the others had gone. >\K NEED: : IT the two short whistles indicated that Northbound p. ,I sit gracefully, not to say modestly Polyandry, however, will not I
"Why did you let them in?" 1 sobbed."I The evening lesson was from the the engineer had seen him and wn+ at the regulation! high" table.! So solve: the problem. The hjsb.inl I
No. 2 reaches! Starke:15: a. m. i the table I legs are cut of!.
didn't" was her swift reply. "You Book of Job and the minister had I going ahead. I II must multiply his acconplf'1m '-
No.I I1:26 .
know perf.tl.11 that I wouldn't just read, ""e.. the light of the wick The whistle plays an importantpart p. m.No. nts, while increasing his tendency -
like that Sallie I'm when suddenlythe i 20, Cedar Key 8:5C: a. m. Last year this'country paid out to fidelity! The American
i do you your ed shall be put out I in railroading. It is the only way
three billion dollars for
i friend." church was plunged into total the engineer has of communuatmg No. 104. Limited 6-17: p. m. automobiles. husband meke money bet .'"-1
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"Then how did they know itT Who darkness. Wannee Branch rot know how to pa>' comp'mr-, .
'with other members of the train
crt'i i .
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40 That's a large sum but no Man.European men pi- -- "
with : a. m.
told them? "Brethren said" the minister if ,
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and it is the principal means .
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money was betterpent. T" vet -N co::ip'h"ent3' b_
"Anne CodJington." commendable promptness, "in view of ting people know the train i..* tominir.By I No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. economize on autonu.. )ile-\ wo,' I Imean mmmey' .

"Anne! I exclaimed. the sudden and startling fulfilment means of the signal cord and the I (Daily except Sunday) to econorniif. ofr->s''!. a: T' t'.i 'an.' or 'i't ;
nodded her head. will few T. J. GRIFFIN .. ,,,' ",
Marjorie of this prophecy we spend a whistle the conductor and engineer health happir i- ;i' 's' r .t ": : .. :" ": : J
I "What was she doing here" minutes in silent prayer for the keep in touch with each other. Necessarily I Agent mean ",'a.te of L..r ..o .......JI.. .. n: .. .'", .,.
I "Dropped by on her way from the electric lighting company." definite meanings are : .
very -- --- --
Patterson's dance Orange Park. .. -- I
in attached to the use of each.
Said she knew we were having a par. It is. the duty of every good farmerto As we have seen, one long and
ty and thought some of us could takeI keep himself and his farm well three short blasts order a flagman to

I r home." pouted protect the rear of the train. Wh'n..

I "Where was her date" and make me unpopular with Curtiss. the tram i I.. ready to go ahead four
"No Man's Land" she said. "Where is she now ?" I demanded. long blasts recall the flagman from

"How\ did she know we were havinga "The cat'!" I reiterated over and over West or South and! five fin. > : the K.i, FOR SALE
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p party? agmn. or Xur( 1. Three long I bia:- when\ ..1tr.nn

"Said she dropped by earlier to "Oh, she got away in a rush after I in in motion 1110'11' that :. _

i! see you and" Mom Nellie told her you she had done all the damage! she iniin has broken in two.

4 were here. could\ .aid Marjorie. I I Two short whistle blast' Inc .,n'

I "Why did she tell" the others I was "Give me my coot I'm going home." "all right", "I get you", or "thank
in here like this? I sobbed
"
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t "What ? In that sopping gown you.
: "She same in at the moment Joe "It doesn't matter. I'll change: the When the train is standing still

i I was collecting the penalty." Marj'\ minute I get there and my coat will three short blasts indicates that the I

began.: keep me warm." engineer is about to back up; when
"You mean she saw him kiss me." "No:-'; one will see me, I'll get out the train is running it is an answer to I
"She didn't miss," was the laconic under the porte cochere." the conductor's signal to stop at the'' .

reply, "She followed you upstairs and Marjorio knew there was no use next station {I Shafting

then came down laughing at the top arguing with me when I had madeup Four short blasts is a call for sigatala j j

of h..r'olce.. She seemed to It ink it m\ mind so in a few moments or instructions. j I

was too" funny fur words and invited Joe Sehuvler was driving me homo A long and two short blasts calls

.. us up. When I alighted from the car. I the attention of yard engineers or
"The Cat!" I hissed! "Why didn't threw open the front door and Curtisswas o f trains moving in the same direotion I Hangers

you close the door" standing> in the hall. to signals displayed for a fol- '
"They beat roe to it. You know (To be continued) owing train. j .
this crowd Never mind Sallie. just When approaching public road

watch your step the next time you're No >\ orra in a Healthy Child ,'crossing. two long and two short Pulleys

with Anne. She's so wild about Curtus All laiklrra crcwbM ..lih Warm .ban sane.besahy I Mats are sounded. One long blast Mnwnitod .
that sheM knife the back." take hh Uidvatv. pour blunt, and aaraJ s
you in *. then is mate ,,. lt... .........oKb duturbaace.l'JIt1k1S .. when a train approaches! a
So that was why Antic had chanc : TVSTtLTS lu.l: TVOIC: mwn rrtfulartyfcttmoc 'tntion. junction or drawbridge (
) ed. Jealousy will drive us to greatlengths thrrr mk> *iil rorxh th. Nod Improve On railroads! the whistles on
many
I hut he had thocn such lh. dur..k..". &0.1"1 aj a Oncrml sxmwthVOLU ENGINEHaving
pettyno'un' freight trains much shrill
Took to thr.hr nun Nsue.ill: them are more
,I Perhaps she thought thet 'r Itlrttw "If.,1, if-e .\rnatxi the thrlhildwUl and penetrating than those on pase'eer I
I about mo that night; would leak .'.1 r.i In perfect bc&iU>. PWuani to la**. S.V. per ecttk.i tram This. is because freight

,. rims, are'nar and rarticularl I
where there are many curves the
sohe, : trust bv heard for con,.idern -
I i
!>'e >li+tance so the engineer can
'-ral :" h.s crew In. the caboose. installed electric motors for power we have
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:i Cushman Offset MotorsFor \\ h.-t\- to pn*+engwr locomotive'

.irv made! with a deeper to-e so that the above equipment for sale.
:S IM-.enerrs:: will; not tie -leeJle'KVt

*!, '',,', especially I at night. The

.Ltr i ,'n' < -n the tone .r'.m..1 i t'ty
;>.' .i. -h >.f the "\"bll" r ,'un11',- II
i Engine- --I. H. C. horizontal type 6-horsepower in
j'K "htie.: !. whOor. ;n the ca.-.' ,
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: 'm"tv": t M maile uitov
E good running co dition. Burns kerosene !
'f Ti- \h.ire" 't'e c ; equippedwith i
IntertypesLinotypes 1 ,'. .
\ -Y"t'\.a t 'rtoir i ne :"

tt. t\.f', ",.' .,..; ..r.iae: : : "".t'TI' nteiol:,, ,.. magneto, coil, extra igniter. Shafting 1 9-16 I 1:


It Rnd. F'-.' ..' ,: .'er lik ha\e a diameter, with connections; all size pulleys, wood and
w" w :h a .1:8tmt'L ton a' t

r LinographsThe .. r, 'st 'ef t".art !Fare a .haraeter.; steel. Hangers and boxes. All material offered as I i
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I \rjrsp ir.e < s good as new, and will be sold at a sacrifice. i
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last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly "';!h'-'. rd-*" ia-\-' at n-ght esper-.lv: II

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Grose's Tasteless chili: Toak mtcresaix I''

One cf tbofe motors has just been added! to the Bradford tuergy V ta'ty: ty Pxinfying a dr.r.tll"

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County Telegraph equipment. .:- r t'-t'J'a.: i .,- ,"ur.t.* :. are btrw

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE, FLORIDA
27. 1923. : PAGE TRUER
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year It will face on lie} Rolf course ,'re' lent appointed, :\, Ialll\ill..r.\ .

and will contain lovkct foi. .colfeis. K|I' )1.1.. ,'oiiml'i; ', 1 1..1. 111"I' !

hews of Florida in Short Paragraph : ins i ,:,> ; I I'1.: i hildiii., of 1\: II.-d + e
Tull.hll"sce1'1', 1l i i itely ;,0( i ">;inta',,d l .1. ,\. :\Ulnlosh, .,f !I., .neounty I
> a- II tonnuitUi I"t pni cnt .tie.> '
i-d to be reviewed by the state pardon i request to the tto'o ,awmlll-'r..
Live State News board which meets in sc'im-annuiil session I -- I II

here March: 10, It was announced Green ClI\l'- llle Hike I of w MI.
.. .. -- __ .____..._____:...J front the governor's olllce. These. comprise i i.1 a :guest nf the! New v: : n. in s ;

the hold-overs from the last here awaiting the ennditioniin-, of .i
Told by Our Exchanges meeting of the board and new applications residence on the St. Johns u\n 1. l\.lId"

which will be filed. Governor which he has purchased. and o huh iii i iI I.,.
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--- Martin will preside over the pardon- I will call "W'yboten Estate11' ,

Hradenton-County Judge W. II. 'I :\Iiltun-Jumes Ouzoonian, an Armenian board on that date for the first time. family und retainers are sttippiiiu ..it

Tucker has set a precedent in sentencing has acquired 2,500 acres of .. the local hostelry with the duke 1 lit>.

persons convicted in his court of land six miles from here for the purpose l\Ilal1li-John Griffith, night watch- duke is said to. bo quite u spoilsman.

violations of laws against transport of raising grapes. lie expressedthe man at the Bank of Biscayne, was going strong for outdoor life He is'

ing or dealing in liquors, by imposing belief that tons of grapes may be wounded at the bank when he droppedhis ulso a golfer of accomplishnu' Local SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST !
jail sentences without consideration raised here and put in the New York revolver and it was discharged citizens are endeavoring to influence I

of monetary lines. market a month ahead of the Cali- the bulet entering his body just be- a decision from the duke to ,

I I fornia variety. He has been in the low the heart lie staggered down make Green Cove Springs his perma- Unless you gee the 'E3[h\ er Cross" on tablets you are

West Palm Beach The Lake''', business all his life. two Mights of stairs to the main floor nent residence.
Worth Inlet Commission-is considering grape where he collapsed. At the City Hospital ----. _. I not xcttms; the: genuine Baverjpirin: proved safe

i negotiations with General George'' Miami-The city is to begin Im- physicians made a hurried operation -, Tallahassee Merchandise coupons I by million- cut' !pu'-,nlvd by phyiiciaiib:; 21:! 1 years for

VV. Jeothals, builder of the Panama mediately improvements and beautification in an effort to save the man'slife ,, issued in Florida 1 can not be limited I --

Canal with the view of obtaining his ,, work on a new city park of I to redemption in goods purchased on- i I
services as consulting engineer in inlet 20 acres located in Northwest Thirty- ly from the issuing concern, but must i Colds Headache:\

improvements. sixth street between Seventh and I, Fort Myers.-Commissioners of Leo also bu! redeemed in cash at face value ,

-- ,; Tenth avenues. Tropical vines and county have adopted a resolution calling the supreme court ruled, in atllrming\ Pain Neuralgia

UeLund-Damage estimated at between I shrubs. of quick growth will be planted on the representatives in tho judgment of the circuit court for

$50,000 and $75,000 was done in the park at first, with tropical legislature from the county to put Washington county. The decision was Toothache! Lumbago I INcuritis

to the local exchange of the Southern trees. to be set out later. : through the house und senate a no- ,, handed down In the cane of the Ileti- :

Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company I I I fence law for Lee. Adopting the resolution I,; d\'rson'\\'IIIt. Lumber Company plitin- "

here by lire, which started In Tallahassee<' 1U25: population '' unanimously, the commissioners tilt in ('I"'ur.11.. W. F Croft of the a 't" Rheumatism

the main cable at the exchange. About '1, will be somewhere in the neighborhood expressed belief that to prevent use of the First National Bank of l>e-

1,200 telephones were put out of com I' of 1,200,000, if the increase ,cattle from running at largo would Funiak pl'inj.detelulllnt in error
mission. in the total number of people in the be to the beat interest of the peoplein and!] the opinion was by' JudgeWest.. Acct t 10uly [lavt'r' t,k.iec which contains proven directions

i I Lee county. Judge, Whitticld filed a concurring .MHO uotllcn of -21 and 1011--llruggiata
'' state has kept pace with that of children llandj (layer" buts of U tedilc't---

Tallahassee--The state road depart- of school age according to statisticians I, liar tow--Public-improvement cost opinion. I Aeqilrlii U tli. Intel mark at Puj r Mumtaeturo at Mononc-iMU-iclclritcr, of Stlloi/llculd
ment opened bids on the St. Mary's who have made calculationsas .
I),' ing in the aggregate/ $allOOO are advocated DeLund -Hay wood L. Register, of
river bridge between Nassau county, to the state's growth during the
Fla. and Camden I by the city commission of Osteen this county, is u patient in in Alabama were pre'scnt.'Thu lieu smith shop, this was not his real
county Ga., an important last four and half
a
link on state road number 3, :'',: years. i liartow and n bond election may bo the Sanford lIoll'ltllllln.1; two negroes, I Mr. Spencer! pastor of Trinity Methodist \ '' purpose in buying it. Ho know at the

and also on 11 and a half miles of I I|I :Madison-By a vote of almost 'called. to decide whether or not the George !Martin and Raymond ftlcGilf, church who otl ;jatud refereed to lime he was'" buying it that it was

road construction from the south to a I!I three to one, the town Madison: vot- freeholders want to vote favorably are in the Volusiu county jail awaiting ( III r. liowdoln us "A martyr to the "priceless junk" and that some day

point just south of Yulee. ed an additional $20,000 bond issue for for the improvements. Water extensions the outcome of the white inun'tt cause of Invv enforccinvnt." he would bn able to reallxo on it.

I street paving purposes. This together to cost $120,000; sewers, $H- injuries. Register's wound are alleged
Camp Walton-This resort is ex- with the assessment against abutting 000) ; municipal hospital, $100,00; and tu have! been inflicted by u shotgun I Kisslmme'c Nearly 1>OI) ) quarts of 'J'alluhIlK"l'l'--"l'hureh Nittht" has

pecting to entertain a number of visiting :: property owners and the previous municipal golf course, $:>0,000, are )loaded with buck shot in the hands of (good IHIUIII was capturud l by Deputy taken the place of monthly denominational

yachtmen during the latter part ) paving issue, will give Madison nearly I the projects proposed. :Martin, when the two negroes attempted SherilTs John Hronson und flab. ramp- meetings at Florida State

of this month. The Pensacola Yacht I $250,000 of concrete street paving u holdup on the DeLandOnteen bell just outside the city limits of College, the first to be hold Tuesday.A .

club has arranged to come here on'' and. make it one of the best paved til Miami-A goatskin bill containing .toad. ,, The wounded, man was :I Kisslmnioc, after It U. Weaver, of minister fiom each local church

the first cruise of the year. A number I titles. of its size In the country. gold coins recently was found on found beside. the road by County I: Lakeland hud l run his car into thu will hold. services on the campus. at
the beach at Lower Matucumbu
of yachtmen are here now and others Key! (Commissioner. P. Wilkinson and dite'h. Deputy Itronson, who is the 7:16: after which the various denominations -
are expected to call on their way Talluhassee-John C:. McRac supervixlor by a fishing party that visited the keywel.k. rushed to the Sanford lIu"I'it 11 I. Hopes i I: motorcycle ofTicer in that sc'etion, had will assemble at various
of this the first last One of the coins exhibitedby arrested Weaver tho day before farspeeding
north from Miami. diKtrlct'1 are entertained for his reiovory. places, for brief inc'etinus. Students
-- hits about completed his work Captain Gilbert, was about the I I the offender finally making have bc'i'ii 011 to attend those
I I uI'll
t\'iew-More than tI ,uu\J acres ing an agricultural and horticultural size' of a United State $20 gold piece, "Port I'lerl'e--Shl'I'ilf J. R. Merritt the necessnrp bond. !Saturday the meetiiiKS and to keep in close touch

a of land have changed hands in Ukaloosn ,'" ifiisus for the United States bur'au.1 I though slightly thinner. Un the faceit has notified the opeiulois of c nimc'rml '!''oltieers found Weavei's ear in tho with the work of their icspuetivu ilenoininiitionic -

I L county within the past two I This work was started lust December. bore a head with the inscription : (' busses along this. section" of the ditch Just west of the city oil tine in.Miami .I.ullll/IIU.\/ !.
1 I lax district and "Josephus 1-D-G Portet-ALG-Ke\) Dixie Highway who have nut already :I i
weeks. Plans now are under way for included 21 counties :'' Dixie-' highway and suspei'Il'dVl'IIV-
". the 1 possible erection of a 10-room 'extended' from Suwunnee and Hamilton 177J. done so, that the same as e\ ..r'Olle ei" of hll'lngIUlllur| iihourd, but the : After" canyinu his Iyilll

hotel und u large hospital here. Farm ounces, on the East across the I I Orlando-A movement has been else, must provido their vehicles with (, latter protested' vehemenllv. Deputy vie..fun info .111, k"un Memorial\ hospital -

';y and fruit growing tracts are changing -|I state to Pensacola. He has had 51 ,i'set on foot to I induce the Florida I'.i2.r/ licence! togs 01 disioiilimic! Clic'ir! ( ltionson came hark to Kissiinmoowheie the assailant of M (U. McCSulliuril, ,

hand almost daily here. monitors working. I IRrudcnton.A East: Coast Railroad I, operation! tliriiiiKh Him eounty at a souiih. warrant was issued caipenlcr, who wax beaten and shot
I to adopt .
: -
'. I I schedules for trains handling rtgular .11.. ... Onu company operating Jack by County Judge J, W. Oliver and returned to death, told physicians he would
t' Jasper'lItermelon and canta- general committee sonville.Miami busses hud apparently to the scene of the wrecked I move his. cm' from the driveway hurrll.d -

loupe acreage in Ilamilton county will has. been appointed with 1 live team peri"hohlu'eletllbles' eath during the shipping I made no move to obtain I r.Ur! > license car, with 1 Deputy! 1 Campbell, I, '1hi rtY- outside and fled., I Bee I are still

,I be fully as large as last year despite captains to raise a fund of $30000; ) to 1 season year. J. Curtis Robinson tags until the sheriff announced lone sucks of. whiskey, it is alleged, Headhunt for him. Just' before ho
of the
the quarantine regulations promulgated advertise Uradenton to the world. Growers'secretary-iiuiniiger and his ultimatum. A genual 1.un.l.up. '' were captured each sink, contiilniiihT (died, Mculliard(!. nave Detectives '

,;; by the state of Georgia against Six thousand dollars was pledged at that the Shippers': has League, reported of delinquent motorists is under. way six quarts The liquor wax brought Haddock, and !I'earco the name of
1 matter developedto
it. shipments through and into that state I the organization meeting. A committee where by the sheriff's office after repeated bin k to Kissininme in the custody of thailes l.oiisi' us having beaten. and ,
a point action Is for
, :I Agent J. J. Sechrest. I in the state to bring winter present shipping season is have too long neglected, tie| procuring Loose m the man who two years ago

', visitors to Gradenton, while a summer over. eif new tugs have been summoned I l\IY"I'--lIenry Ford bought was held for three months under sus-

Ij,l Gainesville-The-Miami Club of,' and fall campaign will be conducted Gainesville-Col. Robert W. Davis, I'Ito appear before the county judge. tho old tools. and, former laboratory pielon in connection with the murder "
the University of Florida has throughout the United States. of Thomas A Edison and
editor of the Gainesville equipment !'at rick llriidy bricklayer whoso
I' many years of ,
mously chosen Cecil C. Curry unanl'I''I' Tallahassee'Citrus visiting -I
growers will ship them to Detroit to be displayed I
West Palm Beach Sun and municipal judge of Gaines- burly was found in the river near the
dent of the club. Miami -Gladys Okley, state ouVuils from South Florida in the Ford museum. Work-"
ville has been Hell! where McUalllarcl I
Governor While daily
16 old school appointed by -
girl and member of
the school are holders of many important year this week declared I that they would men were bUMIl'cllls"l'mblinglllld crntIIILT -
John W. Martin to succeed E. F. i I also I Is supposed, to hovel teen shot.
the school basketball "
i team, died in like
a for
posts in campus activities. some organized effort to be | the machines! and various bits of
., hospital here from the ellVcte of slowpoison Corlie-tt us tax assessor for AJuchuae I 'emit leioiils. show that ).none walll'l'll'IIKl.,1
:
I miiile in
They are now planning participation getting n rc-cocnuecl stand- tools and othtr
laboratory l'quil'III1'lItwith '
Mr. G'orbett died ( of I | ( thu jail February -
which she took two weeks : Saturday: I ruin county
;\ in volley hull and basketball during ago. lard established in all states for which Mr. I'Mison: ( 'nnentud
She had been living with her | injuries received in an automobile accident '( expel I 112: after, serving! a term fur possession -
grand-
; the remainder of the session. erinpefruit.( They object to regulations ;: und brought to peifeitinn many of
.', '-' mother. The girl believed herself to near Valdosta Ga. Col. Davis which requiri.Ceven parts of the of liiuoi'| I\Icllllllillrl\ ( 1 1 wan ordered -

Tallahassee F. Jones and C. M.od,1. lie suffering from an ailment her attendants will go into ottlce within the next few sugar to onepart acid standard, -iv- '' tions world's, Mr. Ford most purchased wonderful. the nmleri-invl'II-// out of'' his looiniiiK house for
W ) days to fill the uncxpired term ofM. belli inloxieated. In addition to u
o );
| said and in the two weeks
I I Ill!; as their reason that nature refuses al from W I P. Itoss, u black.mith. I
) !'. Corbott, ho announced. 1.lllh'lYuUIIII below the heart
just ,
employed in the printing establish- at the hospital declared that she did to develop Mumof the bust Ross bouc/lit the "pilieless. junk"
ment of T. J. Appleyard for number not wish / Vlcdalliaid's, head was crushed In as
a to well.I II
get fruit to meet that Mtll 111111 I'd. At
West
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newspaper I Palm Itcach 43. fjlarrisonU'al piesent from Mr. Edison( himself six or seven" of
Gosh the blow blunt Instrument.
of have leased the a
years In iz a few days there is a chance for good, fruit ui"o, Although Bars has mod'
picked years
plant formerly used by Frank Webbin I I I..lIkelllnd-lIorace Ilovvell, 22: employee ago up a -----
publishing the Tallahassee Dispatch of the city while working on bottle on the beach near hero that was to l h e heM up in interstate' shipments, f/ood use of virtually every. piece of aimed fl'ults'I'hIDRIples., pears
un electric line electrocuted thrown into the Eel river at North they I declined'' They made no objections the Edison eciuipini'til' in Ins en peachesare excellent III salads
was ( hllll.I"1
i'Y and will establish u job printIng lies I Mum'howler, Indiana, two to the standard of eight parts ':
plant. wu-- Hulking a transformer connection veers ago ._ I-r! n
,w bv John Itcnieker Henicker hud sugar to one. l put: aeifl for oranges I ITalluhassiM'
when the strew driver ho was using! panted I
: Tallahassee is believed by some I I '! 'his name and address in the bottle
slipped on to a 2,300 volt line. He- At t the request of I ,
state officials that the legislature minutes '' with the request that the tinder write)
: died within 30 without Liu- State Superintendent, W, S. Cawthon,
which convenes here. in April will I)'''I' ('omlngconscious.. His relatives live) :i to him. The bottle reached here, bypassing the state census report. now being tukiii i-

adopt a resolution submitting a constitutional ] at Plant city where the funeral was | thorugh the mouth of the Gel will include un enumeration of all -:.:::- ..,; ,'

amendment which if ratified i held. I nvcr south of Logansport, Ind, into high school Krmluivtes, Ijeing the first H .. ,,".'.. ''."...,........-.......,
l the ._ the Wabash river, thence into the .. '" "
hy voters, would enable the ."-
tune on. record that such a census ................ '- >0.
9 state to vote on a bond Issue for road Miumi- Holding up G. W. Rai- ,, Ohio and Mississippimil later into has been taken. Thu new' census alno .. ,,.s '"

construct ion. many members are said' nand, of Miami Beach at the point ]I I the gulf. The gulf stream brought it will carry special tabulation of all i idm $, '". '..'! I.: .. ....... .
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to be friendly towards such a resolution i I of an automatic pistol an unmasked I to this section of the Florida coast <. ,',ationul, penal, chnritablu, militaryand i iI :::_ -<,. i',.; ". ,.< '.- "-
;" bandit about 24 years old, robbed I .... .' >'
I Tallahassee Trusties of the Inter- naval Institutions, which will include ., ''" .,
,i Kufmoml of $100 and dodged into a ., o::,... .. ,_ -
\\tnt Palm Beach The board of nal improvement fund today delivercel valuable figures on the average .. '.. / .
stream of traffic in Northeast Second ..." ., / : _- :i:'
counts commissioners, of Palm Beach I I V\omie The bandit disregarded two to W. H. Price, representing the Miami age of stiidc'nls, criminals and dependents .......,..>"-,',.:;..' .'. .': .-".'--

hate toted, to attend( in a body thostate men who were standing only a few l lfeet j jI I II real estate company a deed for and the number to be found in >''''.:''- '. ... ,,,", .,#F. -,. ,
t I cuh,, institution. Ur. Roland M. Harp '- '- ..
mad! r422 acres of submerged land -' .. ;:
depnrtnie-nt's meeting at : away and hundreds of persons In i iI purchased \ ..,; "" ."" ,,'-
1 I I '
<"i who has 'tatistl 'nln "fI--
comlli'cllllllny
last .
Miami i. )Iur'h 1U, and ask for state the stiect, and male good his escape. ] March in Biscayne Hay at < .-. .. n*___.. .
Virginia The I'urtH has been Intrusted with edit- .. ) .
aid i in the t on-trul' lon of roads and I s I Key. company paid -
bridges;. in Unit county, listed by the :' Homestead concrete pier 2"iO | $:.1(10( an acre, or $126,000 for tho in;' and tiilniliiting the !report 'i'o..) : .

,. fl'et-Ionll is planned! by the Key LurKo I Ii property, which Is be .-J-.7, -.. J.,. -7
1 c hocAltlio'n' h he up- ;\ .; : ... l
but f.Vhi i h n"> appropriation has i flub to ,h<> used by its members. for a' is Ulld'r>rstood at an expense of something ; : --
ired ,
in drip> tii'iui'ht and J wrote
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been made '' fishinLr rendezvous. The pier which like 1000000. i h,MIS t and talked,I .>n 'lig-iollt' Hubi -

!' will extend out into the ocean will belocated i Miami .1 i > ', Frank McDowell/ McDowell did t IIM..
-Night about live miles north of th- -A suggestion that Dndecounty 9P;; f/Sm1::
CoughingHow inilroud nation on Key' Lnrgo, it is build a twenty-story courthouse ,"not attempt to .kill him,. elf us he had
( is to be taken for d-risiele rI."t"n'eI lo do on t tl h iiiriive'rsuiy ufUK
up ration -
,
-latid, and the club plans to begin .
to Stop It it- nMiiittion. sometime during I this, ] by the county commi" ,HTM r< -laying .f In" ; fiUei. "r and tiinlher,
let their meeting A. Ten : ho ,pita) title iiiliini i '.-hn k'pt, a clone
-- ---- Kyi'k Diuuri,
Night coughing which, through I Ii Atlanta nnhileef, mlvmcK tin- n,,il on him thi.,mh?,,,it the daan-

loss f"1 of I\ilualiU uiti"r.y' I"p\v!."I iiiHiut( ,often und,mukt1ytni uIt -"- A Sweet Breath II I i that. he will lie 31r.comniisieiners it' <,'. IIKCll.,. II. -IPut| Ih. .>' IM the. UHU' you see Buick pull away

,, I ""IIIn.: 'r min''Ir,niriI I 111" \uril
1 .bn I' niy\ the d.lj'I ufll| by ..K :uniC' the -. dun lays j "u at air limes1 I It I mlding,,, designed ostensibly to take/ >h other''' lal'I'r taltuntr, andv i itII in front when the traffic

man t.> ih'" not dirvtmu infivti II I i .,r.' ef the needs of Dude county an l i ..' nole-s "" .r. I''|/luu.mbJerts." tin

"i" -, cut, n..wi" prmptly,|' (.htckul THE the II"itv of Miami, !should such u V\ 111 the _l-ulil! iifiel: h'IIII..r.' lltleneliint I
by a \\iy simple tieatnunt. I'eo. I I IAVDl r .rL ; I II bra l" ..ll"n be deemed advisable. com-1 i said, and there* win nothing out starts is the extra
plo \\ itu hate hardly been able to Itc I I LASTS 'wr i of the ordinal \. to 1ndl..ete, that he powerin

"' Test in account of coughing: spt'lli i iI Winter Haven-The plant of the ,' n'e-nipluted vio'enei' to, himielf' or
the Buick Valve-in-
:1 brave found that they can sleep. tho : \\ inter Haven Daily Chief was partialI ; others.Ifilluhassee.. "
*,Whole night through undistuibcd I __. I
I I.
) ,. u n e'ked today by the of
explosion I Ii
: often after the very first trial.Tau i I''O'k'I "' iI I Garbed the ,
k..r"'ne in
T tr ium nt la moil wi n r i: < tank on the casting ma-I! Head engine. Btiick'sgetaway
., Silo ""N' rtptlun known na Tr" I'n'' t e Iw,,' and tire following the explosion. '' robe of a Knight of the Ku Klue'!:
tow Inacvtry. You iirnply, t.,6.: i. ..- '
i The stock wall ruined Kl.en. J. R. I'owiom! lulled, III u pislnlhnttle
A at fllffht Let ru r -''n>t u,1t and the press
I; :rini.II".: ; .your. throat for 1.: 1.1.r 91 i.r..: -. 01 I -allied The damage was estimatedto / with moonshiners at CIII'y-1 and Buick'smechanical f
"j on.hl 1.0. walloulnif It 1 hu
jr
'rrlptron till. a dot)),Itf a.lion It n"t I approximately "",000. partially! vide Monday, was buricel. hero J
t 1 Only ennr'ire and ,luttl. tin) omen... n'" tIrrttntton I I e eM red I by insurance. Publication was :, t..ilny. Mr. Uowdom was n member of 4-Wheel
hut It quickly IO"H* ri 1101 t r I .
.. "'"i interrupted. The th" Bradnnton klan, which sent a
tiiov the plil* irni and riinKi eu..n v* 'h HM i paper was issued
the Mal ennae of th<> rough n;, ir ; frill" the plant of the Hainex : lure floral wreath in the form of an
.Nit U, that unu.illy" til.' .Itya City
you *p tn f mn
as hate the Very time niifht. ant the After eating! or .mnklnl II.'r J.I, and will be printed) In the i ,inlilem, of the cross in which werethe Brakes take care of any
Sough Kft.*.. In, ft very, short, ,, tlnin I Wrigley. fr*.h>n th* mouth home plant within twenty-four hours. |' lettara. "K. K. K." in red floweri.
The pn *rlption nt dm no oplntc >rlta.,1 .
and fw trn the breath.
,, .. < Fifty, Tallahassee women, member
I tin' : Rau: l I' nt 6.r til i traffic
S. will ns tfrn ui 1'r 114 ,' I Serve. art aooth.d. thnoat 11rvfmhed I T.unpa-The legislature Is to be'' of the Woman's Christian Temperline emergency.LAKE .
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OOltla. h< AT" n -J a r. ttf'''it Apiif .I 1 attrition sidedso )I
for
I asked aid for the South Florida attendee! the funeral anti
croup. hart, t Llthr, l laonrlil. and br r haul I easy to carry v*llok pacjvtf Union
asthma, A.& all good drufffflau.. Ajlc for I I Fair, held annually in this city. At a I also sent a floral wreath. The pall-

largely attended meeting and banquet I e arers were composed of member

WOGLEYS't of exhibitors at this year' fair of the faculty of the Florida State CITY BUIC COMPANYJ.

ernor Martin pledged his support GOV-I College for Women, Sheriff Stouta- M. Smith, Mn.f.,.
dISCOVERY ambitions of the body and mire, of Leon county, police officer
roe ware made that a statewide affair be'' and other !Many State officials attended Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties

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BRADFORD COUNVY TEI.BGRAPU. STAUKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 192::;.
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I WASHINGTON HERE TODAY ey SATTERF.ELD. 'I Dar nVE"use IIROMNI of lit i., in,r ., '.t'.n.. .i.l.,.,. .c'X.,. t.lk.n.. / .\ '.
\ cc .t WERE GEORGE b y ,n".h"" .1110, I. ", "r ...sins
__ e I Ie .tlitl1ul1catl.1.j- i; 3 m, ..wfoil_bt'. ., -dec- .

I' 4 tartaat,. 9e a-. y..0r..w6. '.. ... .P. P. t.1 +,

r 0 \' ,140' w PECAN TEES /..-; t .;.

STATION\ BAN s i.\ll =
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REDUCED PRICES Z
1- I'hoiiri::: i > tend UMIFKID ; \LEX1HGTOH I MA55MEN ,

!.. .- high class budded and Kraft- ;
was HI. ensemble ,suit of beige ben MttuCE QUARTET 't ed pecan trees, fine stock best..
." AI II I :ItNOONISIID'I :; c.thr,,, ,v in KI.I.I' '"ones to match, her! NOW S\\ G'YES. varieties via: Curtis, Success, +
'; E; I'Ll 1 I U modelt WI\\" : Maker liusHel. Kandal,, .
Money
lint t".II,: u si.;.:Inh spring ,
ui, fwd with blue ",,1: \-\11 J Tresltlent and Schle)'. Can plant *
Last Friday I : afleinoon, frum :3 I ::MtnO.,0 \ 6 *
:March l. th. !Prices in 25
were: A ,"iYO'tAY" up to > 4j
t.ceiitiim, tae arriving guests A
entertained /V-'V Hfeab3fea3SZIa
t ; All- N. :Munl'cTtr; Brlclice Mrs W. H. Struth mother uf the .r, ... tOr\ Sr fe (trie huts. or more 2 to 3 It. 23 ..
t the Friday Af let noon bride, Mitts Kate Struth and Miss\ ..., \ + cents 3 to 1 ft. 33 cents to :.i .
Hub IIn.u number of Invited RUCBt : fl. II: rents, l 5 107ft. ;30 cents *
handsome
Edwards. Mrs. Struth's t e
:Mnblu
und ferns added to ...
:bvwit; t I'"nll. roses ; 7 ft. 60 ft. and ..
dross was of black canton crepe, \ \ to U! cents, !U up
wheretlo
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of the living room
the charm arranpecl. touched with white; Miss Struth wore ( ; ? !90( cents. We are closing out ..
ard tables were ; .
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for the early and
season come
of silk .
At the close of tho gnme it was a !becoming gown green! crepe I .
found that Mr*. Edwnrd Burns had and silver lace, and Miss Edwards' \ I .. get the best T

won first prize, and the hostess presented frock was of lovely orchid georgette kSas' I Ii
E. E. STOKES & SON
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her with a pair of silk hose; \beaded with crystals Mrs. L. }t. .

and a. Mrs J. I.. Peek hud made low Sha, of Wildwood, sister of the bride, Campville, Ha. t
handsome in dress of henna
r she wu consoled with, a box of was a
v handkerchiefs. satin back crepe, with pleating of ; rt
I, The hostess served a delicious ream! iteorKette Mrs. A. Z. Adkin .* + "f.i.$* .8***8*S -*

salad course with coffee and whipped wore a very becoming frock of yellow I -;-; ;;II---C,;: ; a'srtr: :; ;;;:;;:, tit/ ,;', tru i)
georgette beaded in crystals
t cream. I'" ;;
Club members present were: Misses Immediately after the ceremony an j'' ,;
lIable Woller, Alice Thurin, Aileen informal reception was held, at '
Ah'area: Mcsdami-n Edward Burns, which time tho popular young couple I MacGregor' 11'11'I

.. O. t. Uea ley E. M. John, Q. l>1. In- was showered with best wishes and = : I
j \ mum, J. L. t Peek. Special !ffuo ts.MesdumcH congratulations from their numerous t ti
I O. L. Ilaynes. Bob Demo- friends. Misses Alice Thnrin, Mubla \ It Iti CLOTHES ::1''
I rest, J. W. Andrews, Jr., Miss Grace Edwards, Frcdricn Struth and Lucile I J .;1
Graham, of Emlenton, Pa., und Miss Mitchell served a prettily appointed ,, n
Maxine Long, of Jacksonville ice course of home-made cake and ,
: : .:._ white brick cream centered by the let- ;

t 20T1I CENTURY CAKI tLLB: ter "S" in pink. On each plato was I II. A. Sponholt/, rcpresei'5.>:.
!I plated) a dainty boutonniere of white !. ing John :Macdregor[ ; & Son.. f
J'r I ,, 1 Mr. and Mrs. O L. Beasloy were sweet pens and lace fern Cle'II1I'd. Ohio, will be at J:
host and hostess to th<' 20th Century I Miss Fredmn Struth was In chllt'l(, ;' WnlnwrilChl' Store\ Feb. 28th.! '"
A bridge Club Thursday evening at !: of the bride's book where each guest ;Iir; from 10 to I 12:!, at \> elU\ (Hardware !:" '
their attractive home on North Walnut invited to their name. ; }>
was> register f {i. Store, Lawtey, from 1tu ;t,
I Street. The living and dining Many beautiful wedding gifts of silver If 7 p. m, at the ('It.. BarberShop ';. i
I rooms were decorated with handsome linen und glass were on display, I II I f.1 Starke March 2nd from uj *,
putted plant and spring flowers among them being n handsome chest I ., 10 to 12 a. m., nt .. 'Store.!' ;J i II |
,, used in baskets and vases. Edwards: ... ..... _._ _._.. .._ .
were of silver from the fnmlly. -- -- -- --- ---- ----
jc Starke, from 12 to 7 p. m, at '<,, dM t
.. o An embroidered! vanity set was given Amid u shower of rue find good 1 handsome home of :Mr. und Mrb L. Miss Or"ice Graham Misses Crciabli-. were'islto1's to the State I ;. Hampton Depot March 2 from ;:"
an first prize, which was presentedto wishes the newly-wed couple motored Davis on West Mndiion! street : ... Wdll'Alice Tharin, Aileen Farm at Raiford, Heilbronn Springs I" 12 to 7 p. m. with the complcti.Macdrefor '
I Mm. E. L. BiKKS an holder of top IIwn..' for Jacksonville, where they The following musical /, :Mc-dame F. L. Turner, O. and Stnrke Monday. i 1 : ; line of all wool li.'
I score for the lathes; while Miss MubtuWeller will make their home at 521 Roselle were enjoyed by all the guests: (' ')', G. :M (Inman, J. L. g suits and top coats at one price i
h mado low and was consoled street in Riverside Herbert C. Ritch peek'i II. C. Wimberlv, of \\aldo visitedrelatives '
Duet: "Linwuod WulU"- :\1. Johns, $2)50.; ) Sold under positive >
with a box: of dainty stationery. The out-of-town guestsere. : :Mrs. Adkins and Clara !Louise Peek ,' und K F. Demoiest.! ., !i here Monday and Tue sda>'. '1'1& guarantee to satisf! or money '
Among the men, G. M. Innmn made J. C. Adkins and children Margaret I Male Quartette: (a) "Sleep, A. G. Sealv and J. L. Winters, of I, !:! back 3 t
high und wan Kiven a deck of card and Jimmy, of Gainesville; Mrs. Annie Little Kinky Head." (b) "That \ IIRJHLAM I II \Vald.t're! l ltu.ineiMtors, here
I and J. W. Andrews, Jr., made low and Brown Barrett and daughter tormllllult"-l\IesR'K.: L. G. Powell Tuc dav. I '
received linen handkerchief. JII'k"ol'lIIeIn.! W. O. Feb. 27J. L. Briggs, of I ,, .. ,.
a Stella, of ; ,di. Bitch, John Powell and L. F. una ruur.nu g rrt ,, ,t" 'U''.
After the prizes huil been awarded Drown anti !Mrs J. T. Moore, of Law. Solo: "Jean My Joan" (Durleighi ) was a business visitor
and admired, the hostess served deliclous toy, and. Mrs.: I.. M\ DeSha, of Wild- i Miss Florence Matthews. Wednesday.
chicken salad, snltmes olives, wood. Voice: (a) "May nl'" (b) "Th E. Wimberlv\ and J. A. Bentley,
pickles, potato chips, cakes, hot chocolate -, -----.--- --- I You'll Remember Me"-John spent Sunday here the
and whipped crenm. During the GEORGE: : WASIHNG1ON: : I Male Quartette: "The Man\ in of II. C. Wimberly and famil.I>'.
1 game, hard candies were served on IIKIlKiK; : I'AKTY 1\Ioon.\ Lnmons was a visitor to
the bridge tables. After the and Friday
program, games
i p Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Iteasley One of the prettiest bride partiesof tests afforded much amusement, < D. Boggs, of Charlotte N. c., ar
\ >", hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. the season was give.: Saturday at u late hour the ladies served Saturday for a visit here with
O. M.\ Inman.. Mr. anti Mrs. F. }O.. afternoon, from three to six, at the kinds of 'sandwiches cocoa and father, II. T. Boggs and brother
I, Stump, !Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Frazee. club house, when Miss Carolyn Frlpp ped cream. Boggs.

I Mr.' and !Mrs. J. I. Peek, Dr. and !Mrs. and Miss Alice Thurin entertained at The silver offering amounted Ida H Williams. spent Friday 17 E-GFOR(, Wr.ryw murn, ,
e E. L. BIKRH, Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Andrews I bridge $2"i: .76, which will be used for lnlC in Jacksonville.
I Jr, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- The beautiful decorations of cut work. Hall and William Crember

', kina, J. J. Truby, Miss Miiblccller Dowers, the talley cards favors and .. Springfield, Ohio, left Tuesday
L and Miss\ Grace iruhum, of Emlenton other appointments all bore the color .AIRS. Will'TB HOSTESS TO a pleasant visit here with the Washington Was -
,, Pa. ing nnd emblems suitable to Wash :MISSIONARY'\ SOCIETY (' ,. Messrs: Hall and Crem 1
I __ ington's hu'thdoy. Numbers of potted< arc on their return trip after
I EDWAUDS-SfRl/ni: r""l.m\ the stage turmoil a background Mrs. George C. White was through to Miami und other Thrifty In Youth
1 .---- for the w,11'U""" and basketsof :Monday aftei noon/ t ,< the ,,, Hindu cit This being their
," l, A beautiful homo wedding took red verbenas and naxtmtiumc., On Soviet> of the ISaptisi chuuh, at \"' : f.> r"T le' ,,,. 'ht' ree'..';
p j place Thursday afternoon, at three- each card table was placed hunt led h .J J .. Biographers relate mat \\ ash
( ) Mom. on West Call street chilli i* .t' ""r un war n li'nate George -
'J f thirty William, at Henry the home Struth of Mr.when and their Mrs. and white baskets of mints and the Mrs J. V. Kickluer, :fir., was '." I wo' riPtl.lat.I ., a' i:'+ ..."..a.s : I ..-jton opened a bank account when he was
talky cardserc ornamented with of an interesting and (' next\ winter here.
daughter. Miss Hilda, became thebride program sixteen years old. tie had lob with
< a a
cherries tJ. I
ness session. The first week ; W. Brown was a profession
of :Mr Walter Lawrence Edt -
I Miss Fripp and Miss Tharln, hostesses March will be observed as a week here Thursday and !Monday. surveyor. t
wards of Jacksonville.Rev. \ .
'. ., c. F Starnes, pastor of the and Miss Maxine\ Long of prayer for home missions The M. Click and. P. A. Kingston, of Youth. is the acccpled time for opening'a
1 JneknoiiMle, honor received the society mode to '' and Daytona,
guest, arrangements were
f 7 First :Methodist church, performed the ,l bank account. It is never too late
truest\ the week of +>rnver services at business here Friday.
1\\ I Jmpressivc of a number ring ceremony of relatives in the presence and At the lose of the bridge !game it Baptist church. Hamp Jone", of Callahan was a ho" e\er.

t.. I close friends of the bride. was found that Mrs. O. L. Beasley During the social half hour here Fridi.v. ,All great fortunes have had modest be
White served refreshing fruit and :Mrs E.:: Carter
"' held high and she awarded are an-
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was a
; The decorations for the rooms of I ginnings. Many men have made fortunes
and delicious home-made cake. ( the arrival of fine
a boy
I painted cloth breakfast set Mrs O
the lower floor of sweet ;
were peas Mrs.\ J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. after middle life.
:M. SiKtrtink made low and
was consoled
and pink and white color motif
J ivy a I.. Wall will be .hostesses neat :\ C lout- left SaturtlAfor I' 1
with card table To a mo See
a cover about
us today
being tastefully! curried out in all the opening an ac
\ day afternoon to the trip to B irtow' '.d I Orland.. and -
missionary ai <
t. arrangements An arch covered withasparagus Miss: Maxine Long, the honor guest, count.Bradford.
the .meeting will be at 3:00 o'clock pi its H
fern, lilies of the valley there was given a pair of candlesticks : ,
and white rose bud' woo placed be. and candles. The tea guest.. cut the home of Mrs. Brownlee.,1'RESIIYTERIANS : "es Winifixl and Beth '''"ltlwr-
I Ie'+r. Frnne,is f H hli and \\-ih!' ,
for :i prize and it fell to the lot of 111
tween the !living moms; and floor : GIVE ... '
baskets of pink and white roses were Mrs. W K. Middleton, who' was'hand-. GEORGE WASHINGTON'\ ; SOCI,\1'.n' '"
used. effectively also pink and white ed. .I n Ju..H water set.
j- candles. 1'he hostesses: served a beautifully Friday evening the members of '[ SPRING-and Clothes County Bank
r Just before the can'mony.Ir: A. appointed salad course consisting of Presbyterian church held an
t'' I Z. Adkms. sister of Mr. Edwards, frozen fruit salad, ribbon sandwichestied business meeting and social at Bradford.'County': Financial: Stronghold
ii'' I. i'harmin-.ty: .sank "At Dawnin::" byKidman with red colors, olives and hot club house, which was decorated
; r (: and "Oh, Promise Me," b>' tea The fnvorswere tiny nd hatchets tinge and 1 flowers in honor of Established 1883: STARKE, FLA.
' I HeKoven.It'll.! I,. M. DeSha. of Wildwood with han.llouf blue and: while ornamented Washington's birthday.The .

r sister of the bride played the with a single cherry. first part of the ,evening ; -
bridal chorus from I.ohungrien as the Sixtyy guests\ wore invited to this given! over to annual report from 1Y
bride and her fwther came down the pretty affair Sui.dn"' school Junior, Christian ;
7Sausage
I stairway and wire met by11': Ed- II.\'FR--TF.\: THE HOME OKMK. cleaver Treasurer of the church ((i'
wards nt the foot of the stairs During the
.\NI MRS. DAVIS!'! Ladies' Auxiliary. nil of
the ieremonMi: -<, DnShn Miftlj showed the excellent e.t lition .f ( (f )
played "Souvenir" Th.lIslOionar: Society of the church. dines

I I The bride wa never more Iovtj Methodft church gave a delightful Over one hundred "..r-utI" enjo.. a p1,11I1t
e than in her wedding costume vvhK-h silver tea" Tu.,.day evening at the an interesting proi'ram irtersper- I

. with music, a specuu I"U'' being i s I
voue number ")(edl,'>' ..f Old Son :
by M".S Grace Grnhnn: "f Fmli'-m' :
V- Pa. ;.
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s' C n Dies and contests affoideel runt:! Linked
goodness
R w a amiinenl and at the clo.-e of '

,r. ? t9y ., ._ tisane i : refre'-shme',"< of ..e er,' > long drawn
11'.1' 1 t ale were served.tnNl'LLMENT1NG I out,
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I y .' ( I YOlABB < ,fiulintvntin Mic I, Gre.'a .. \ j the sausage you
of F,'ilen ton. Pa., who ,i-<.*the ,.
\t COCDIALLY INVITED t.v.pru.st; otIi: .s Mube: : Weller. MrJ. w will find at our
M. Mitchell entertained the .-
t r TO ATTEND hers. of the Friday Afternoon B-i. market. But you can have it in

. a THE JtpRiNr. OPIL"'t." ; OFMARGUERITE'S Club Kt her home on Vest Mad:
street, Tuesday afternoon from ::1' either links or bulk and of a variety -
) t rt:30. Nasturtiums and '

,. : --- spring" flowers were used n decor that will meet every taste. In
------ inir the attractive rooms.
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I ,,, guest prize was a h, ttle! thereis used only the best and
( hack! Narcissus: perfume; the .'h '

,) prize for high score was n d< k most carefully selected It
cards ant I the meats.
,. low prize i< a '<'x >
I' iorrc'pomlenee rardto.1.: F. I will
tempt appetite.
Jo'hns road high' and Mrn lie 1''''' your
01. IRitch low. ..rc 't -
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'h' ". h v t, .< sernel l Ihr...,,,? ilad.. s,,1! : n.embta costume in muoo- Variety Meat'Market
., I TUESDAY, 1SL4Pr t 3 ''I ,. '. .,11\..+. "tn'' hir-, toa t. ,] frock 1s '.nmrnt s ': 'irrna in two-tone anus i trey fox.

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) was here Saturday to attend the lor returned' home 'VIJdnl'ldny111! I nl) thtcr" .thlrl 1> at flu" home of :Mi'xv..1 '-. Ii. !V! t t i -1 I 'I 'n I I. !lis.1 -
r bndi. party given nt the club house nmg and :Miss Griihnni left Jiuksoii- ''
I I'M 1. Epperson, on Ninthilnut ..1 I'1 If i "h I'h' I I I..?, I ash
by Miss Carolyn Fripp and Miss ville for her home In Emlenton: Pa. | ; :\Mr. Kjipinson: and :\Ir.... ltn! .
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-tJ'' Alice Tharln. I [ \i I .111.1 Mi ' oi Localinformation ;f;: | Food-- --- ( White, lioxioiKi's.. All memberswho o'wclvfs., You am cniivdln' till

xiile I Saturday afternoon Feb lm\v not paid their duos for 102., do whip crenm outer nm ,dish.! : "
: | :Mrs L. E. Mosely, nf Raiford, Mrs. 28th, ut old Bakeiy -<,uk,'., pies I iiutiqmMcd tn }pnv' nl (this meeting, --- --- ---

: I F. Buyer, of EiMtis. and Mrs. L. W. salads, bilked beiniH. Ten and n"oa to "r ,end "UII,,' tn :\lbs1111'1111 Ray HliBSCItlllR TO TUB TELEGRAPH
i I 'trii klund of Waldo weio guests of be sel'ved.'olnan'' (.'I ub.Mr. treasurer fm W. T. \\nki Chapter.

Concerning Our People, business and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning, I -- ---. ----- I V'. D C. r PREVENTION -

last week. and Mrs R. J. Davis .
Progres of the County and Town. ) I Sunday at Kingsley Lake and enter.tamed spent} I ; I btd thin' u". T,,i''i r
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BOOM.KitTxvo I hb'.ate outni> if '" .Iv lot but prevent
Allarietles of following seed : the following party of fncndx'Sir. : I
SICK HEADACHE: ;:
l _.. ._.._ Corn, Beans, Peanuts Cucumber and Mrs. R, J. Tat and I
'" ---... inn little soldier In u eolmecl. regini"It' I biluxuneu, cm'"liP'!, 'ti''n and Inn, Itnl dit.wTutt's ,..
Watermelon, Garden and Irish pota daughter Mr and Mrs. Fred Byrd were boasting: about their
S. L. Peek spent Sunday in Jackson :Miss Jvrtrude; Adams, who has I toes. At Kickliter's 2272t. 'and children all of Jacksonville; buglers companyI ) Pills

ville. been visiting Mrs. H. A. Tucker has ... '
--- i'Mrs. Sidney Church Mrs V. L San .I "G'lonr. wld vou, boy," said l one.
gone to Orlando for a visit before returning -I Miss Mable Edwards, Miss Grace ders, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.'. Kicklttor Jr. "You got no booirlerx \,,'..',, got the .

Joe Sl trunk spent Tuesday in to her home in St. Louis. Graham and J. J. Truby motored last' --.---- | booglcr.hen tint buy. wuip Ills lips -11\-: : ;,-
I ; I, aiiivi curcJl
Jacksonville I' week to Cocoa and St. Cloud.! While l Mr. and fttri. 'r. N. Limbaugh and round dot horn and blu\-. pay mil it l I.. ,', f l\. .
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-- ------ ', Mrs F. L. Turner, Mrs Garris and I in Cocoa they were guests: of Mr. and Mra. (!I. W. Alderman motored to sounds jE'!"' like .1 aymplionev band "1 l.\\ T'K) W 1t': % ,,' i '',LCri.111y.i

Beatrice Moselcy, of Raiford, has daughter, Lillian spent the weekend '' Mrs. 3. E. Wilson. j Tallahassee Monday. Mr. and Mrs. pllt 'in':" I I.r', it I I. ui \i" "I I i i \\11',1'! '

entered B. II. S, here !i i in Jacksonville with their mother i i Llmtmugh are visiting their son, '| "Well, If you like mii"ic' did: alright ('on.aipmmn." It nli.. i.< -imiplly) mil

-" i i, Mrs. W. J. Green.Covington 'I Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Baker, of Jack :'I Homer R Limbaugh and family; ; but if you I Is yenrniii' far, food "h"II',1 ,In llten I \ ni'< \ : .,' I'r, 1.1 to Jl I d.15 s
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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Ritch spent : ,Minvllle motored here Thursday and Mm. Alderman is visiting her daughter you wuntn a hoogler wid, :i Inpimrm-' ;: ;;11101,11" Virv I'krwacl i ,in Take. itUc
Sunday In Jacksonville. i ; Toole Cotton seed ar- I I were guests of her aunt, Mrs. W. J.I|I *, IIissClfona! and Blanche, who I 1 Itlc note, like we's (pat..t Ituy|!, \\ \h..11\, \h per, (luittlc.

-_.-. --.-_.. ---- |hived.! Place your order before they Rpper.ion. Mm. Baker was formerly are studi, 'ills at the Woman's College. I .
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arc sold out. At Kicklitor's 227lt. I :Miss Ruby Gyrnto and has numbers j i I I --- -.- -- -
Come in and the
inspect new of friends hero. Steve DcSuc, ; industrious and
line of piece goods at Sternberg'aLeRoy I | honest 'olorcd died GET
Miss Marguerite Shriver has returned i man, Tuesday YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
----- from Atlanta where she ban Hullis V. Knight left Wednesday morning ut his homo in the Brownlcni I

Roan, of Tampa, spent the been purchasing goods for her popular fur Punta Gorda where he will have section his death being! caused by influenza. i UNMAN &. BITCHREI'1U'REN1' '

week-end) hero with friends. : ..hop.I iliarirc of a real estate office in connection Meveviii about mxtvrtvoyearn '
% : ir: IIKM': I.KDIINSl'llNK \(,
I, --- .- with the subdivision of Punta old anti had! spent most of his '
Dr. II. A Tucker motored to Tampa Cords Estates :I life In !Bradford county where ho was' : ( OMPXNIiHUE.: :: .

Monday! and spent a few days. Mis." Charles Chalker and two little ) liked for his many good I qualities by ACCIDENT.( LI"'I" K, AI'TOMOHILK.' :
arrived here
sons Monday from Bethlehem
-I f both white I II H()NIIS, LIABILITY
colored
-'- -- I I Pa. and are guests of her pa- Dr. and Mrs. J. 10:. Lake I], and people. !
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Kits. O. L. Beusloy spent Wednesday rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. I Butler, were hero Monday and while I I I ---- pee- ADJUSTMeNTS MADE PROMPTLYComfort'

in Jacksonville. II --- --.. -- :. in town were guests of Col. and Mr*. ],, Among the number of Marko .-- -- ._- -- -
Hey, thcio, Brother Citizen! Let's I). R. Knight. Dr Moines was called pie motoring to Gainesville Wednesday :
were: Mrs. Sidney Church and
hero on professional business.
Miss Kate Livingston has as a' go to the Temperance Meeting at the
daughter :Mrs. V. L. Sunders, Mcs- -
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Mrs. Hurst of Baptist church next : I
guest Chicago.The : .Sunday night.
I dames J. M. Mitchell J, C Robinson
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Things worth while beginning to Well. I'm feeling pretty bad! Think
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I R. !o'. Demorcst) W E.
MiddlcUm MavJAnes
latest In spring styles at happen now to help oun officers rid I've' got the "Flu," but I can't miss ; -- )
G.J C. Whito and ( A. ,Kmghl ,,;.
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Slartruerife's Shoppe. our town of old illegal: booze the Tetnpcrame meeting to bo held i .. '
at the Baptist church next Sunday :
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The W T. Weeks Chapter U, D. C.I' ;
Mrs. Scott and son, DeWitt Scott, Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., night by all the churches In town. Will meet next Wed miesduy nflornonn" V '
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visited lends in Waldo Friday. '|i Jucquelin and Florence Andrews motored -- --- -- -

to Gainesville Sunday to visit Mr and l Mrs H. E. Smith Mrs. L. SEED PEANUTSN. ( (I s

Miss Inez Moitt, of Jacksonville, I, Mr. and Mrs.\ ,A. M. Plfttlt.I A. Smith Miss\ Christy, Mr. Lord and '

spent a few days here recently with I ___ | Mr, Johnson, of Jacksonville' motored C. or Florida Runner Seed r""- '

rilutivcs. I Food sale Saturday afternoon, 1reb.l28th !| li< Sunday; and spent the day with nuts $1 1.00 }per bushel (Four cents !{

ut old Bakery-cakes, pies, I :Mi\ r. Hid Mrs, Bob Dcmorest. per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, FlaH. .

Mrs.: 0, J. Griffin and Mrs O. L. I, salads, baked beans. Ten and cocoa to -.----- --- --- T. HALL COMPANY. I :MfCHbIIN

tBcusle wire visitors toWaldo Tuesday -, be served. Woman's Club. 1-0-tf. Lowell, Fla.
Miss Kale Livingston had as guests '---' -- "
I Friday, Mrs. Clara Phillips and her MIHTKK'H HALKNotlro I Cord
---- Mfr Henry Leu Blanch, of Gainesville
I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and IH hi.r...liy iltrn tlml under and liy I
Miss Ethel Griffin spent the week- has rented the Rhoden cottage Mrs. Phillips of Emlenton, Pa The virtue nf Hint raisin linn I ili-crrp uf for1eltMun. I
end Jacksonville with in northern of Mr, Blanch ntaili nod iimhrvil tin lliu Illtli. uf
In her aunt, part town. '
I lis I port; had been In South Florida and F''i.| A D 1021 liy; Hun: Mme its I l,. Ju.tsel I You can now
Mrs.\ W. J. Griffin an expert painter and paper) hnngI were enroute home. iif the I tlh. .fuillclnl. Circuit ncllnii. far end II I IInnlrHil get
I ler I lie will will mote in with his I uf Juiluv A. V. lunir Juilliu nf

Miss Mable Edwards returned Frl-1:I family on or before March 1. I Do you hate whiskey peddlers, Plvhth llm.lfor.l: Imllciiil('......ty.Clrrull Kli.rl.tn.i.f illnqiiiillllml Klorliln. in and In, 'th"\\ balloon tires for

day from a visit in Jacksonville with rrtflln THUHL ulivrpin Thti Kvilrrnl"
I I I moonshiners, boot-leggers, lawbreakers Hank of nltimhln. ruriuiiiit'''MI. ,IH .. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson II
her sister Mrs. J. L. and little
Driggs. .
? If so he present at the joint mil. and I W II McKinney Idil.i- MrKlnni'y
granddaughter, Virginia of bin wifi 'Till' iHwfcy Nntlittml Tnrm loan your present car
: 1 I mooting! at the Baptist church Sun- Ancinlnn,' ii, H corporntlon. .1 I N. '1'ruby, end
l\Ir.ac Kuiera, of Cleveland, Ohio, Archer, and Mrs Hull, of Ocalu were tiny night, and let's plan to drive them flliviti Hunk nf ICulfunl. n nirimrnlliin. an I
has bought the Collin's place on Lee : guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. from ili .:.. our midst >alinml wit mil to th.. lil"li.s1! l.l.l.liT. fi.riMinli
Lake I .-- ,In free: ,.r the ('"urt Ilowe ,101"n\
I MINK Grace iraham who has !been Sliirki' .. llmilfiiril. \ County. Florida. tin MnnilnyIln I ,
Miis 11It.1V"lh'r aciompumed nth' ,I". .'f '\0'11.\" ) II M'J.' ., during ho I )
Covintrton Toole Cotton seed ar here for the past two weeks visiting her guest Miss June, graham to.1ukonvdle hunt. hoe, ,. r.f Mill'. fur the I".t| IWlUfvlnir .
rived. Place your order before they | Miss\ Mable Weller left Wednesday ,1 mini anal ilirnt tin tuba ,, ikMurilirial -
Wtdiii'-ilav ilissIVoI- rl! ""tnu', I.",,, and I U lilt in HrHilfinil
are sold out. At Kicklitcr's 2-27-lt. I for her home in Emlenton, Pa :_ .
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'l'h I ,* :Niirtli .luiU if Illu H...Ith west itimrt*rtvini _.. rtanhennklne 'tttifWHwmiinf( rf I. I
E, S. Matthews went to Tallahassee.]I'I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton\ had rn / I I .. H.iih nf VvHlcnmU, Itrunch end llsrrnKhroet Ins rom/urt, fttiu vrurly Hivfnifl/ ofhumlmli I
nfs.
A iiiinrttr "f tlui I Huuthwini qilarWr n/ l the first of the week to attetul to :i as guests Sunday Mir and Mrs It \ I .-tl.m -"1, 'i'a| IMII| r. south nf RnniiH 21idle I'UU-l hm it who ii th.ntw MUtttlin. / I

business. I I Raleigh bowling and children mud., i iI 1 1E i It/nun I,' : ...illivvi,. Alan.t iiiHilii,tin.. Ni.iUiiimt, nf, Suntan.quarter'II.. riiwiiMltlp of IliuN ('...mC..d ntfer* yi>... It "It lwfrat .

________________ ,i Mr. Joe Johnson, all of Jacksonville r Co, ih 1 ?r Knnuf/ JI 1 I'nHl: iinliilnlnic In all hit us urdlnu.v.nwl.> a daunt/
I .drat. I !u ncr,*. ninri. nr. linn. N nnty half the pn>iittr..end tills! ulabout
Mrs, Josephine Edwards has gone i () L IJ A. ;/. ADK1NS the mm.fnuv.SMITH'S .
to Sarasota to visit her daughter ,' Mrs J. M, Brownlee and Mrs W. L, I Hlxflal,, Mn.irr.
I \t IOIINS
Mrs R. O. Wall motored to Gainesville Monday .
Daniels. "'l, iior t., I ,1111 l.1 Innnnt----, _.a.I._I I
FOR RENT _
-Furnlxhed rooms r..1 -- -
I and were guests of their sister, Mrs. ----- -
Mr and Mrs H. A Bishop and S. T. Dell. liulit hoiixi'keepmir. Apply to this
children the week-end Jacksonville ____ office 2-J7-H. '1J. f-. (--ti.ertil GARAGL I IS'I
spent in ; ; 1\\
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with relatives. Lewis Hoffman, who has been visiting I- .JO... !I
'j ,d I. .\ KKII: I 1.1.I SOUR .
his Mrs FOR 8-room house Youth 'i1'L' w.i
--- -- aunt Catherine Davis, KE.NT; -- on
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( Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jacksonville, at Kingsley/ Lake, returned Friday to street. Rent cheap. See F. F. Flume I, .
t spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. I his home in Jacksonville. 130tf.: -rrxr -=-..;:'-::::.-- =:::;: 4.

K. L. Lewis. -- ': !FOR SALF.sWhiiO"Lellwm: Vela1.- = . .,
I Mr." ; ;;d Mrs.: Jack Mu-I;; of --- --- -- -- ---
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Eggs: / (Ferris Strain), 15/ eggs $l.'iO ---- = --==-" =- -
Miss Inez Moitt, of Jacksonville, 'Jacksonville, were weekend guests T. P. Wall ItoHcmere Starke Fla.2.27.4t' While! the ,war"oO.It I hell.'.'
spent the weekend in Starke with of her parents. Mr. and Mrs J. :M.\ f.d to "ti| -!Ruhr our liuti r |IIM! .

Miss Lois Edwards.Food Alvarez, a.,lio! TII, ',1 t;..at, it''.< "ltthloKa

!FOR SALE-tieonard refrigerator, as u balm for hun un illU
Feb. Mrs. J. F. and little i e.ay aid' to the iippcuruno*
( sale Saturday afternoon Colley Katie porcelain lined-100 pound capacity. -
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from the urtiHt'K ; ovie./ ,
28th. old Bakery cakes, I Colley; returned \ from Archer, pint I
at pies Monday Almost new. A. A. Smith. Lowley. -I ut! It'.i :obenlua.y' ] : .iit,'nl, lilt
salads, baked beans. Ten and cocoa to : where they wore guests of her father, Flo. It-I to \, 'u.,' I Ih.. ,p::11 PI.I j' ,ilu ll; 'I h I IlJt
be served. Woman's Club. i J. E. Robinson W the' i'' vil t.k .1 notion r )

I FOR RENTTwo apartments of t.j aovc.3: .""x) ,i MKi'i: ,t _t. he I Ii
Miss Maxine L "t-r> of Jacksonville, CoMngton Toole tto'-; seed ar- three rooms, connecting with bath. ,' up bin iu-
spent several I days recently with Miss rited. Place your order before they Also. entire first floor of four rooms, .,.11 c/ !.:r" (:(lilt. And, I've

Alice Thann.Mrs. l arc sold out. At Kickliter'a 2-27-lt. bath and large sleeping porch on ."'/.n .L \\'t: to eorrmii.'lty! suf1 .,.,
II first floor-furnished. Mrs. S. F. '.i" I with bloody sweat from a .. a.aa.r yCftl

J Burden- of Miss Josephine Brlnson returned to Ilamnck. 2.27.2tFRETifus 1 Sar coated, roll promoted
: T. Hampton, Lcu5tl-hon.1: dct.t! !
Thursday with her grand her home in Flftone Saturday after ; .
spent
: : stomach Sometiin' a tl..vin' dcmaO
your you
daughter Mra. O. L. Beasley I]1 a visit with her sister, Mm. J. E. 1 II 1'ked ? Nervous ? DeJlrcR"ed'f got .(un will land an oflcr' ., 'r'umfa I I

--- !: Corpenlng.' Write today for free copy "Disease, in a d'-c,.tii.k; where 'lnl '. ',; 'ice tl ;

Mrs James Shepard has returned) 1 ----------- Its CauHiami Cure" Dr. J. C. IH sally;! on the lium" ,- wit.?, ii1 IV1"Uiri 1 I I I 1 I II 1
several weeks in Do you believe in good government of pubnr-ci>a'in' ilof s an ty ,
home of:a'r spending oil. Orlando, Fin.; :.!- HOW-j l. Y
Jacksonville law enforcement, Temperance, safe with lnit nn' snirll--while, the
Riverside! hospital, a
community? If HO, come to the Baptist ;'HOR' 'SALE-One line Jersey milk: I hC'WI".1t'11' j"n> I"., Idiots" In the
antlimn "All I Ii Well'!
Mi s Beatrice Cady of JacksonVille church next Sunday; night to a cow with calf ten days old; one fine To hand a man credit
ynr
spent Sunday at Kinyrsley Lake I joint meeting of all the churches of Jersey heifer two years old 1 for sale I i with a promiHi ory note i j" to

with her mother, Mrs. Cady. (the town. or exchange for small lot in or swaller gall an' wormwood underneath -

-- -- -- around Starke. Write P. O. Box 72 I{ a sugar coat The man
All varieties of following need : I !Mr. and !Mrs John Uglow/ and their Lnwtey Flo. ]It.l, that part with nothln that he

Corn, Beans Peanut, Cucumber, (11".1.. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Ford of "u.u"'j..1 knows Is extry good!, comes
;iuiden and 4rish pota- Ninth brunch Mich., motored Wed- WANTED-Will guarantee 'mlffbty ninth i' to IMti' like theGospel
Watermelon, ( $).00 week and furnish I he should! I
automobile
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per
2-27-21. nc-"li to (dar Keys. says '
toes. At Kuklit I -- to several men selling ex- I IoSJtl II DREAM CGRjE RUE

The ; Straws will be dlxpliiv client Ford,! accessory Addn s''' II I
new
:Mir and MiP. I':. Canovu spent I at Sternberg's in on few- -ulesmanager, 110:\ ) Main Gram ill.'.. 1 i t II I .-. .-.-
Thursday ill J.i,. ;k-oiuillo looking aft n ... .-
''s. Ohio. :n.If. I
er their propi tv interests theri d:1): I' ,
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-- -- --'-- J.-\ holt KA"LE-.1028 Ford tnurinJ ''",rverv "Well, here it is, our dreams curve true Money in
\l1'J., : .Andrews'
Jr.
No, Partner I 1'111 sorry I 'an't -" low mileage and in et ?.Hi."< the bank and at last in :
.\10a".I Mrs, N. Sternberg motored Wf' lire potit.'on:: ::0 r..i.lu. an in-
with you Sunday n t lit I'M eat t tl> remain comlilion May he seen at ( I ,
,1.1'J k .onwlle vestment that will bring in
Wednesday i evening! to Jr'har.'I some EXTRA dollars.
here In ton and tan to the Baptist Farm Estate of A. M. :

thiinh to a Trmperami' and Law -i". .Sbhida, Iri.h Rose.M. ..... i Rtarke, Ha 2 27-tf I I I I Aren't you now glad that we had sense enough to

Enforcement meeting of all the : make!; a family budget and .
y-.I courage c ioug'. to it
FOR I corry
: uul Mrs. Wilbur Archer of SALE- ce farm marc, 15 t)
churches In towIIValt..r "
I Jacksonville I were week-end old, broke to all hnrne's. Will, '.' through?

nnf Mr lnd11'.1 I (f'. U l sold for cash ', '' :
M 1"it' / >inI $75 and satitfatti>
\ Wills of Tampa spent 4;;:it The "Budget" i il the I
only It
guaranteed. I. W. Androu, 1 m Ii' I I I way way. rr"" its to 10

day here with Mr. and Mrs J. \\ -- west of Starke. -2J.I! t f. l i QH'1' K'O ....OUR'nl.F':, sow regulate your affair that you always spend lens than

Morgan. all" J.I K: and I little I YOU CAH"SI'Z.E Urr"F.ri.KSREMtMHR make. The difference
_.. .. .. Corpfninif[ FOR you goes/nto the bank
RALE Bee Lunch TWt7 UtoN PLAY THAT every
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Busy
I' I 1..1-:1': 'r"I', ,rfayI, t at'J I
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lire OA-la.. Ar T"E IV"\II'! TlMe Don't fail to fee Me new sprinr Fruit stand South Walnut htrrtGood t pay. ocn > \r errugh:
,fl" I
t. 1' i .1: III "' Mih !5trs.I
of hats and dresses arriving! daily i.t I I ,'. |in"r"11"1, Ir, 11''" T. location; new counters nn.I to !invest in good 1 bonds or P"o -.ty. We CAn help you
Marguerite's Shoppe. helve and equipment. Fresh iU ,'k
>i all the
road.
1. 1I"IIIs"n." Reason for selling on account <.f along We pay crest on savings deposits

:MI'!!. P. O. Carpenter, of Stin.. health. Just I'xDO cash takes! all. II. and when you are reai'y: 'o invert we can find
., W. L : of
M. t 1 Mrs Edwardi.
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N r, has been visiting her hr1'ther.C. S. Hard man. 2-11.31-2-27: : just the high, interest payirlg bond
relative. J J.t 's 'lo! -j[p'nt> Mir d.iv. smith her :. [ or property you
J. other
Powell and r-, :Mr .I'd :Mr \\' H -'ruth, FOR IAI.F.uJ': good Seed <"',rn I Ianl want.
-- -- 1 h. 11',1.',I aht1" r 1'f K.U :. feed. I .
Mrs P :S;. Matthew.: who has been 'grow your Larie'n .- -.-
in Tanit t vi.itimr i her daughter MrM. <, wh (.. Mint protltii weevil i pro<'f I
to return seed corn $1JBO per peck; $r> II
F. Brown, i. expected I BANK OF STARKE
h"I
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i rn' i livery: buihel. By growing this corn I
home tomorrow. ,
I rued 1 01...... .es now ready for your in.1 few thonnand btMhel for suli'. I
----' --' -" -- .,.. .. Maruuerite's: I Inlpuit The Hank of
dress goods for | .t shoppel Pr" New line of : .. ..
h ,
'- Ca- with order Vnti.rDi .f'
tern. J
daily at
Spring berg's. arriving : \l! I i ..1dk'11of" Gainesville -n, Mini' Ga. :2! :!7.ao\1| w

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t' PAC SIX BRADFOKC COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STAHKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1923.

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I .. TAKE CARE OF PECAN TREES | Valdosta, Ga.-While dashing; toward ;I ard Walker was perhaps fatally

Growing Old Too Fast? Valdosta in an automobile early wounded and IIumpherey Harris, who

f FARMERS and FARMING A pecan tree is a pecan tree, ;you this morning! to attend the funeral of I was said to have stated shortly after

\ -'-- say, und grows for hundreds of years, O. f). Tucker, a brother-in-law, E. F. | the shooting that he tired the shot

., I Many Slarke I'oiVs: F.-el. Older and so it will tuke cure of itself. You may I j I Corbett, of Uamesville, Fla.? was almost I that killed Bowdoin, was wounded in

I It Slower Than 'J he> ',.uld.: also say that it is unnecessary and a'' instantly killed u few miles the leg.

t a $ I FARMERS AND 1RUCKERS Aim INVITED TO CONTRIHLTE I waste of tune to give it any attention. I' south of Valdosta and J. R. Prevatt, I _

4 i ARTICLES: OF FARM(: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND This seems to be the attitude that'many also of Gainesville, was severely cut I Kissimmee-Another big acreage!

t Are you weak, tired all worn-ouU people have towurd the pecan and brufoed. The car in which the men deal has been made here. S. R. Gruiner -
I TO 1212 BEST sun TO OUR: COt NTY.LIES'fCK i
Do feel older Iran otbai tree and from the condition of some
you years wereriding crashed into a taxicab and A. K. O'Haver, local realtors,

folks of your age? Then lock( to you! orchards, it has evidently been put in- ,' driven by Zen( York, u negro, carrying sold' a tract of land of 2,000 acres od

niters kidneys ard! Tho if they kldn'weaken YII are, the t!'e blood effectis to practice ;I i W. C. Tomlinson, of Fargo, as I Lake Tohopekaliga to Miami Beach

IMHSrSYis I cured tobacco sections of Virginia quickly felt. You tins constant A pecan tree IB a pecan tree, but a passenger. The fatal collision occurred 'capitalists The consideration was announced

Nor IJP 10 HOPES und! the Carolinas, where production backache, headaches, ili77no-s and nothing could be further from the on the south approach to the as $30,000. While definite

FARM: BUREAU AVERS ol what are known HS the Old Belt urinary troubles. You feel lame, still from the truth than to suppose that I concrete bridge over Mud swamp plans were not announced, a member

Grown in" U. S. During 1921 und New Belt types wu 411,000,000 and achy-,all played out. Don't wait I the pecan does nut need careful attcn-:i just before daylight. When Tomlinson of the group' intimated that the prop-

Tobacco Be Smaller Mhun in 1923 pounds, or 152,000,000 less than the' Use Dean's Pilli-a 'tL'null't' diureticto lion, says G. H. Klnckmon: pecan cul- saw the car approaching down the erty will be improved. It is know that
Shown Stark
to the Read what this ;
year 102S. resident kidneys: turist of the Florida Experiment Sta' steep incline at a high rate of speed, plans are under way to erect a large
says
Tho livestock industry during 1024: I ---- I' Chan. ( vut'-hfieM, farmer, n- ys: "I 1 tion. Regardless of the place it occupies he cautioned his driver, he says, to hotel on the lake. Representatives of
FERTILIZING; FLORIDA CROPSBy I Whether in the orchard or as I I' get as for as possible out of the 'I
although showing improvement over can hardly describe the in se-ry endured way various groups of East: Coast capital.
i'' from lame back. When I lifted! shade around the home the which the did. this
1023) condition, failed to meuHure up ( Spuds Johnson) a pecan ,I negro Despite precaution late recently were here investigating
of I it felt as though, iomuonu had stucka requires| und deserves to be given the oncoming car sideswiped
to oxpectiitions, thu Department I got to thinking about what fertilizer -
hack. I nearly I I possibilities of the lake.
I1 Agriculture declared in a review of I was going to need for my I knife into I my at night was to some attention that best results may the! taxicab, knocking off the hub cap, !
goil'g. got
past up passthe
'i ; be obtained! I I rim and tire, but doing no other dam-
the situation. 1025; crops, and as the ground was a kidney o-reti ns, 00'111'1> > Pillsfr

The year afforded! "ample opportunity little too wet for much work that atI j I
for the cnuc and/ tile pt-rfHl- ternoon anyhow, I decided to drivel'1 Price flOo. nt all ('"iiler. !Uon't | trees on the place. See if there area I 1 I being smashed to pieces and the two

.I'. .r mi"t" said the statement, HIIICU "prac over to town and get the advice of my simply ask for a kidm \' rmll'dy-g"t '''I any broken branches thut need to be men hurled through the air. Corbett Htl.l's used successfully c\'r\lIUII in llKinriM.11,0 treatment nan been ot!

tically no kind of livunlock. showed u county agent I Doan s l'iiiM-L..u'. -.u.n" that Mr. cut off smooth, und remove any landed on the pavement, crushing his Catarrh.unit .
Crutclif.eld huj :,:iJu:! Co.
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I I j definite price trend" and thu consequence I found him with his usual smile I Mfrs., Btrrrh! N. Y. I| brunches that are interfering/ with the skull and otherwise injuring him a1.ll: c. ".. \JUt II IEnl'J\il1 ""n.

J was "confusion und! uncertain! and willingness to help me out. I ----.. --- growth( und development of others. I while Prevatt was cut and bruised of an olntm' which Cjukkly/

I [. ty for the Htock man." I "Here's u list of 11 standard formulas I' I I ITOKAOE Look carefully for decayed places : and. one of his hips damaged Internal Relieves Medicine by local, a P Tonic! : ,o"whrc"hdh:<*

Higher Feed Hoosts, Prices I recommended for Florida and I OUT READY FOR SUMMER: A little through the Blood on the Matson Sur
I AND PASTURE! NEEDS\ in the body of the tree. time faces, thus reducing the Inflammation.
Higher I prices for cattle subsistence, the crops each formula is recommended spent in cleaning out all decayed Pensacola. E. Bowdoin, federal Sold by all druggists.

attributed to thu relatively short corn for he said. And he handed I I with prohibition agent who was in a .
: me a March is a good time to prepare wood und disinfecting copper gun I F. J. Cheney At Co Toledo Ohio.
had "slightly stimulating of- ,,written list with the I I fight with three moonshiners in I
" crop, a following recommenciutions for our summer forage crop and pasture ,I sulphate may save a valuable tree.
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feet" on cattle prices, it wan found, I on it: I II I needs. Some good early green After this decayed wood has been Holmes' county, near Careyvill.e was ,

. \ but caused an unprecedented number j I For general! field crops such as'' stuff can be secured by planting a ( leaned, out, it is a good plan to follow (( trapped into his encounter with the Colds Cause and
Influenza
of hogs to be marketed and materially corn, cotton und peanuts, use 3-U-3.) I field of corn about the first of March, '| with a coating of tar as a pre j three men and then shot to death by Orlp

-- reduced the number of cattle on I For sweet potatoes; for strawberI and this will come in at a time whenit servative. If large, the cavity may be ''a fourth party, according to a widespread LAXATIVE BROMO'QUININE!: TaMeli remove...

: feed. I on rich soil, use 4-8-4. I I (is sorely needed on most general filled with concrete in such way that belief expressed by officers at the E. W.cause GROVE'S There sliiuoture U only on one box"Bromo Inc Quinine

Dod steers made a good start in 1 For general truck crops, particularly farms of tho state. new bark will grow over and the I ICareyville, it was stated. Bowdoin, ,

April, the department said, selling/, watermelons, cantaloupes, and jI j According to 'V. E. Stokes, forage wound will completely heal. ( acting on information from a man ----- -- -

higher than at any corresponding' i I Irish potatoes, and for strawberries crops specialist for the Florida Experiment Pecan trees are far too valuable to 'whose name has not been learned, hid

I. iod since the 11)21\) break, but toward on average! soil, use 67or 585. j Station, plantings of Napier be left without any care and attention I Iin a barge on Wright's creek and

the end of June a marked decline in I For celery, lettuce and cabbage, use grass made now will be ready for cutting -I 1 They will fully repay the owner for I when the three men came down the 666

I.'t prices set in and continued until Dec. I 1)I I I in May und will furnish good 'the time required to put them into stream in a boat carrying:!> moonshine

!. I 1. A similarly season was experienced For I liquor, he ordered them to surrender. !I. a prescription for
poor beans
j peas, .growing pecan green feed for any kind of live! stock. shape. Decay can destroy a pecan tree Colds, Grippe Denirue. Head

I : by'range cattle men, with trees, citrus nursery stock, and young Napier grass is easy to grow, and in a very short time, but it takes The moonshiners opened fire on the aches Constipation, liiliousiiesg.!

''I, i the prevalent prices from July to I grove trees, use 483. may ba planted at almost any time, many years to grow a stately one to I agent. Bernie Harris was killed, How. It le the most speedy remedy we ks..... .

' October !lower than in 1021.: For sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, but March planting on farms where replace it. Now is the time to put the

: Stackers:; und feeders, the litate-I I tomatoes, sugar cane, bearing pecans'' feeds are scarce is recommended.This trees in good shape.

ment said, for the first ten and peaches 4-8-0. -. -. "C3UID; BETTER FERTILIZER
use grass is used largely as a I BE HADE WE WOULD MAKE IV t
I' .
I the sold only a few cent higher (Note The first number refers '
year I : to soiling crop, and so should be planted Get
I than in 11121\ with the result that only the per cent of ammonia, the secondto near the barn It may, however, he K.V1RAC1S FROM: .1 BRANDS"Jaunary-now price ready.list QUALITY Mixed Fertilisers-"SIMON: PUKE and GEM\ ;'
, first. Fair 1'riccs
89 per cent OH many cattle were on available phosphoric acid, and the' either pastured or cut and fed. Stock; IIOMK( IJE\lO-IS'l'IATION: Not the Cheapest but -Prompt Shipment.

I I'' }, feed Dec. 1 us on the corresponding third to thu per cent of potash in the I'! like it and do well on it. It should be ,\( ":-J'J'W u" I'OlnS Dusters and Dusts., the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers<,

to date in 1U23.\ : Marketing, for tho first fertilizer.) I I! cut when it is from three to five feet I . 4
I I'F
it eleven months, showed a one per tout I!I I After I had finished reading it, the'!' tall. When Napier grass is plantedin E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla
Mai' The Ocalu Women's Clubis ,
increase over Vi'i'A:! while! during the agent smiled und said, "That gives 'II !March, it is possible to secure four ; ion-

; same period shipments decreased you pretty clearly just what you!' or five cuttings per year from it. I j enthusiastic about the scholarship.

ri) more than receipts, und the ratio of want. We are making up an order now I A good way to get u start with Na- I plun und bus decided to send a girl to I

slaughter increased, "apparently indicating for ti carload of fertilizer for cash.'Iph'rCraKM/ is to plant canes 01 parts the short course at Tallahassee. Other -

a tendency toward mil li<|ui- I i j IBy' pacing l'aMhIHI buying cooperatively {, of the root clump. Tho rows should scholarships have, been promised. I L Our Cross-S' oi'd Puzzle

dation. wo inn .save money. How be six feet wide, und the grass should
Cotton I'rod tail I ion .Must: lie Stubili/c-d (I Santa Rosa-1 organized four clubs
much
shall we put you down for ? i ii be! planted three feet in the drill. It is
lust week with a total membership of
There is no immediate danger that i "Let me think it over a minute" fertilized and worked about like corn.

this country will lose its position of I replied and when I had figured how '' Mr. Stokes says that March is a 71. The membehs arc taking nutrition I II '

b dominance in world cotton markets, much I needed I gavo him my order. good 1 time to start permanent pastures -I I work along with their sewing, bread, : Lynn Arthur has cooked up this I Ild\'c little clifliculty to cross-word
I
: but the situation demands more aggressive on the flatwoods, type of lands. poultry and gardening. Twenty clubs ctoss-word for puzzle fans tins week. fan., Time ursdf on it If you can
'
'I UK; fXI'EIIIMEv7'; : STATION:' I have been organized' since January 1,
efforts to stabilize production, I Here's what he has to about
The principal grass recommended for .iy it: solve it m :(0 minutes. you are pretty
HERD WINS:' MANlilliltONS with a total membership of 285.
the chamber of of the "All the words
commerce this type of land is carpet grass. To in this ci'
United States declared in a report on j! 1 this should be little with one possible exception, are used /ontul I the
I That the fine livestock; herd of the added a lespedeza Volusiu More than 200 dozen 'is exception to ease and

conditions, suggesting increased yield I Agricultural Experiment: Station of and Dnllis grass. Carpet grass gladioli and dahlia bulbs were distributed in English conversation and should -inaitm"s. It' a corker." '

per acre as decline a remedy.!in production and the University of Florida. has a large ,' seed are high this year as a result of I lust week to Home BureauI r 6- r 9 Ir I Ii
Steady t
number of high quality animals andit the drouth of last summer, and it I members, the gift of an interested
rise in the price of cotton In tho Unit- would bo well for those planning to sf
!{
is evidenced by the number of ribbons I citizen of DeLand. Directions for
ed States the said have caused -
report ,
sow pastures to get a supply of car- -- -
brought buck from the South -
planting were also mailed. This gift t-
increasing abroad to develop
activity
Florida Fair at Tampa. The eighteen pet grass seed early. f
of bulbs will form the nucleus of a
while demand ,
other cotton
areas, 1 1 .1
for finished mill products is 'I I cows and bulls entered from the Experiment -, HE: SL'ltETTTsET ENOLG1I Volusiu County Flower Show later, I fI mu
Station took five r le r
lessening. grand EGS111); :' HA'It'll EARLY and the home demonstration agent

Increasing yields automat. I championships, twenty first prizes I has been asked l to build up an organization ; so L +1
per Peru
ically would reduce production costs land six second prizes. Every cow exhibited Huve you stopped to figure how for this. ,, ? ii- W erre

one or more prizes. many pullets you want this full and
and return the grower a just marginof I The! awards which went to the Experiment 'how many eggs' and chicks it will Nassau-A representative of the ]Y Ml YI
profit the report declared, and
Station herd are as follows : take to make that number? Very often State; Hoard of Health gave two interesting nHs.
would permit of a sale price that
Would tend to increase consumption.Advol'llo |. Jerseys: Senior and !grand champion we have the idea that we lire go- talks on nutrition. The first iIfp 4'-w .5 II .\
bull and cow junior champion to than do week March has been aside _
; ing secure more we really in set us -
weather conditions the
'ow, first prize! on bull 3 years old and then we! become disappointed.What "clean up week" at Yuleo. Friday s r r.r N sa t tI
boll weevil! Inhor shortage and
poor over, :2 years und and under 3, bull are the factors to be considered March 6, will be spent at the school- 1 fY ..1er
the
farming given must
were as serious
i obstacles to increased production calf under six months, cow live years when figuring how many eggsIt house improving the grounds. l M 5,

I land over, cow three years and under takes to produce 100 good pullets ?
In this country. 5, cow 2 years und under 3, They fertility Luke-As a result of a meeting in
senior are hatchability, mortality -
"It is estimated that for the
i past [ yearling! heifer, junior yearling heifer and percentage of cockerels which the canning of grapefruit und n r. rf M +f rorr
six the South has failed
years annually heifer calf 6 months and under! 12, und pullets. other ways of using more citrus ,e
to four million bales! of cot
I produce
( fruits diets demonstrated _
heifer calf under 6 months; and second Below are some average figures on In our were ,
ton direct result of the boll
as weevil
a -
the continued. "While on senior yearling heifer, junior! these points.. We hope that each poul- 18 women who were present are interested -

I report yearling heifer! heifer calf under II) trymnn can do better than thu in this work.
aver- HORIZONTAL ,
calcium arsunutt1 has been proven to I :i. :: ," h l'Jtat" (abbr.)
months.I age, but it is well to figure on the av- I
be an efficient agent for the control of Alachua-Enrolled 07 new club I 1. Offspring t n. ( 'ry i ) of pain
Guernseys.Senior: and grand champion -,
the weevil, in 11)23 less than 5 percent i I erageFertility members this week I. In time past 7. jieek letterH.
cow, junior champion oow, and ought to range from 80 to
of the total cotton acreage! of the 7. Legume .
I first on cow :3 J and and \1)0) cent.Hutchubility. Half an em
yearn over per lIolmesBonifay merchant who
South was treated with this poison. 10. Short for Aloiuo I U.) June birthstone
Tubiirio I'roductiou Smaller i senior heifer calf. averages from 50 to is buying eggs and chickens from 13. Unit
(I Ay shires: Senior and grand champion 60 cent. 10. Foliage ,
per club members of the county has paid
Production of nil types of tobacco 14. Breaking ot day 11.
grown In the United States was smaller heifer calf, junior champion" cow, The average percentage of cockerels out in the last 40 days $2,275.42 for 16.( I ,. Mythical monster
12. City In Alaska
and second on enior heifer calf to pullets is 5050. these1 ,
in 11)21 than in l)2i! :!:!, the Department products. 17. Did 15. To puzzle
!
I Dutch Belted: Junior and grand Mortality averages 20 per cent
of Agriculture reported tho total 18. To terrify
Okaloosa-Other club members in 21. To bellow
champion and
cow, junior hoifer calf. Working from the above
crop being ,2:14,000,000 t : pound., | In the group prizes, the Experi percentages, it will be found that average to one neighborhood are taking noticeof I I 119. Fondle 22. Elongated fish
compared with l "OOOUOO In 11)23. I :20.() Sincere
1,5U mlnttlltlon; herd of Jerseys also produce 100 pullets, about UOO the fact that one lady is getting 40 25. Large branch of Mississippi river

The cigar types showed a drop of took a number of ribbons ux follows: are necessary; to produce one pullet eggs,( cents u dozen for infertile White j!I' 23. Fixed Charge 28. Mode of travel
24,000,000 pound, and the types used 24. Boy
First aged herd about Leghorn while others of the :20. Reddish coloring matter
on young herd, calf six eggs, etc. Keep a ref, ord this eggs
for chewing, smoking, snuff and export ,. :20.! Open (Poetical)
herd, get of sire, prodiuu of cow, and year anti see how many eggs you hove community who have mixed chickens 32. Like and elf
wore reduced! 218,000,000 pounds. 27. Period of time
i
four females over one year (get of to set! to get one good pullet. get only 2i cents 41 dozen for eggs. I 33. Enthusiasm; pep
) The ieduction attributed the 20.!) Ever;
is by Contraction ,
Department In decreased' planting in .sire two in milk) exhibited by breeder It you purchase baby chicks, figure . -.--. 30. Itound( Objects ) 3 '. Anatomy (abbr.) .

ANo second on get of sIre on 50 per cent being pullets andO I 36. Happiness; opposite of woo
practically all the important tolmcco EXTRACTS: FROM COUNTYAGENTS' 31.:: Long time
Prof John M. 37. Father
Scutt who had cent cockerels and
growing section., and to dot reused per figure on e :13. Russian National! drink
ihurge: of the herd at the Fair is well :UO! percent REPORTS: 40. Round flat body
> ic-lils' in nmnv areas. I'lio largest mortality. a :;. Abbreviation for Russian
13 41.
pleasedwith the showing made by the However, N. R. Mehrhof, poultryman I Repose .
decica- uas in the blight nr HueSTUBS' -fnt l ton herd, and with the stack of for the Florida Extension( Division Walton-Placed ;oOO; satsumas withonl' 1 To use (as a sword) 48. Rubbed out

I 'ri ribbons be brought buck.DE giving the above figures, of our citizens this week, in addition J8. Form of "to be"I'M. 40.' To make insane >
says
:
____ that we should consider hatching not to several small orders. ,: Conjunction 51. Sacred hymns
FREE NEXT TIME II. Abbreviation for relative
i alone from the standpoint of the II 54. Possesses
,\ ioloied' pullet Oscoola 12. Musical Note
doughboy "Over There but also from the -Crops growing fine. Very 5fi. Formerly
of
\\'h"i w1;is very religious"t' it to the standpoint little damage done by cold snap of .IS.: Note of scale -
the cockerel) About) half of the chick i 57. Rests
: 7 < h.ipla one day and handed him aictt'r this week. Very little citrus aphis .14. Spike
50.
i Ji. FLWER/ produced will he pullets and the other i 1 Qne of the senses
4T; Close
t to theLord asking Him to showing. to
half curkeicls.( i 61. Proverb
i:5-"'' yDS.V : "I'lin-i( .,'n' dip poor iluwky $2..00: Surplus cockerels those 'I : 46. The same (abbr.) Latin 62. Athirst ;I
eight or which Okeechobee Bean shipments are .17. Bird's home.

Hastings' Is air n,: (away Absolutely Now away the! chaplain, being n kindhearted cannot bo sold as breeders! should b 5j I still !going forward and will continue I\). Spills 64. Demonstrative pronoun
Free, S Seed Pockets of Bsautlful sold as broilers. Broilers nre scarce for about 30 days. Poultry raising is 'I 67. Burden
man. felt for the dotiirhhi ,,52. Period of time
sorry
Flowers to each T5! customer Hast hi and in the early! spring, and the price is I receiving considerable. attention here 53.: To 72. Printer's measure
calling! together several "Y" (I sing
Ings' beautiful i'sv i 112 page 19-3!\ much better than later In the summer. now and two demonstration meetings ." 73. Like
men. sold: 0. Kind of tree
Catalog, eJ'wR: th, so flowers In full Each 74. Into
poul tr.man should
natural color Tim. front cover plcarea "Ju-t look here, this poor fellow has his broilers so that try to produce I will be held next week. Am putting on 511>oltI 7::;. Point of the Ol11nll.."<
"o ninth faith in the they can be a six acre pasture grass demonstration Author
Lord of
j tha great Steno :Mountain Confederate that he t'xp.t. put on the market when the I60.I modern "Fables inSlang"
Memorial .. Him to send him $2.00: right price is experiment in cooperation with

I This 1iIs Seed Book Is tfo! Standard nwn '. We shouldn't let the boy boi his relatively high. This will increase W. E. Stokes and one of our large/, : 61 Girl's name

J Planting Outdo with valuable culture i disappointed. I.OIt's take ; returns considerably. cattle ranches < 63. Personal
collecItinn possessive
a
up
however I pronoun
directions und accurate consider both the I
. descriptions for him" pullets 6.;;. A q'ra'
airs cosINiir
of all kinds of seed*, plants and nnd cockerels, and then you will hatch Duvnl-One farmer who had lost I wrong oh't
1 The next day the doughboy! receiv'ed I I I. 60. Degree of Doctor at Laws + r el
t bulbs It has over 250 pictures from early. 100 chicks out of a lot of 1,000 checked 4 ''
I actual photographs and Is bigger and a letter containing! 18.00. So he I the mortality in his flock by fol- l, 08. Adverb of place ,1 N ;t NO AN

I .. better than over Brim full of Information I! went right! back to the chaplain and Old Billy Boll Weevil sends' word :Ilowlnlf my instructions. We culled';'': 69. Steel plate + rIE eD0 I o ,. .c
I
it's the most useful Seed Book wrote another letter to the Lord that that he is not entirely eradicated yet, ,' :?,MO hens this week and found 490 I 70. Sorrowful i

ever published I ran like this: and with favorable weather, will be I Uulls. The culls for 71. Including I TI 1 N h tl "r "
were sold
You need It for readY reference almost -j "Doah Lord: De next time you all out with millions of his children and'I and $190.00,1 78. Talk
dally. Be sure to write for It we estimate that the U M e P E e A r I U l A L I F T 5ua
''
sen dis d/iwky money, don't it grandchildren I 77. Charitable donation ,
sen as soon as cotton gets feed for one will be tlA
today; a postcard will do. It comes year approximately
to you entirely tree by return mall. through no army parsons-Sen' it to to putting on a lot of squares. 380000. 78. Never (Contraction) Bi Rn rIn A
me DIRECT." I ITaveres VERTICAL ,. ,. rN Ac t f ea

H. 0. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, I I I Minerals are just as essential to 1. Toilet article nor
-135-aere tract west of the health and strength of humans as To Cure a Cold In One Day 2. Formerly ar cars.M .

ATLANTA QA. Oklawaha river to be subdivided into !,:oil is to the automobile. Eat a variety .T tops.l. in LAXATIVE. touith sad BROMO He dsch.QUININE: sad(works Tabl..off.,. Ih.It 3. Irritated

factory sites of foods. Culd E W, CROVtS smaslurs oa ssch" boa Me. 4. Summed .
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LAWTEY I ton Sunday. PINE ilL 'I mend f.r, wldnw ponsinn at $d n Ii IliiilrlH, .1....",,, month .. _- __ 864 I ft'i (' '",'.Ii' -rn; Hi. i nth day of Anel I A.

I month.i Wananta ,iMtml. ilurlnit nmnth, __ :1.00 IV I I'.UA\ at I the Couit Ilimnn In nnlil' (' ,,,i In
Lawtey, Fi-b :37-Elder H. V. Skipper Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jennings returned Pine Hill, Feb. 27-Mr. and Airs. I I,11..,. lull. I I. 1W,.- I Cl.44 HUnkr, I'Uiri.ln I I.. ..1I."v. a Hill, uf ( n., I Intevhlhllrd
of the Second Aiivcnl church in their their* Sun- i Tho fullowinu hills wore audited |I niilrirl* N. IIi ntnin ) oil In nalil Court. 'y Mre..
to home in Sun-i A. C. Hull had
Sebring as guests
OM-nlrnft T. K Unilirhill" "
I .. and orileii'il, paid. i| Jan 1 I. ISi.-----------\ 10100 I HI.IMT Underlnll i I. nla
Jacksonville, pitm-tied at the city hull day after spending few weeks here 'lay Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hull of WtU- S s HI.U'TW' tinrlilnir, 1 t Itivi-lplH ilnrfnir month ..... l pnnni'iiiir.' )Irn'y, I'nrmenter.. M I 'orhill. -
Thursday uiul Kiitliiy,' evening I with relatives. do Mr. und "Mrs. E. L. Youngbloud Florence. Muth I I aiio.nn I I Warninln i..iml 1111 ring ntollth : rt.OO* I IVIIIn I Underhlll. Allen I'mlerlul' !. I iiI
I __ rrlnn. 1.ss H ntIin,t.Hclunit 1A0'II I too.iiiCarolyn ) I:H)"I'l'.knl I'Vb I\i.i I\ I1IS5 _. -.. IIS.R7illil. I! (Ululrrhlll l lila llaker.' Di.lllo HIv, i.. .1.i nn
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Mr. .
and of liruhitin and Hixrra
son, Luwto. N. 14dnrinwr AlIlnl.hlll., May l.unc fInd
Mrs. J. B. Rowe ftl"yl"lI.hl'n" l"O'no I
was it visitor to James Johnson left Sunday for "" tenehlnir Jan 1. HILT . I ir.. "11i''I I lorvncp., fnderhlll.,,
and Mrs.. lI.o') Johns of Waldo.Mr. Lillian Markiry. tpaehlnc I
0.00 ;
Jllck'lOnvilll | fl ; The
._ Hrailford
monlh
Monday.J. ; County Teleu.rnih. a weekly!
I' Mobile, Ala., where he has secured Payne und suns, Walter and Hnl.y II. A. Cn.'n.Mmir: '. trllchlnir, 50.Ofli Warronle. ,iamuil, ,hll I 71,1 ni.Milh? I ._ .MOD, li.'*\'iallrr \publinhcil I In Sl"nt... Himlford,
tiaPhlnii
W. Barber and children of Mac- employment. Arthur were attending to business i, tnura Wynn leactiinit all 8ll.nO, 00 i Hal Feb\ I. 11'."-, ._. ifil 'ml I< c'''lllOV. Florida. In hereby (liplun.iteil. n,. thaiKMnpiH'er
| niitrlel No. II In which I hIs' notui iilinll I bo pab
(; Wanilin
eleniiy were visitors hero Saturdayand I i m Wuldo Saturday. j Muttle lady Oieilen." teaching teaching 27.00 Ounlraft Inn I I. n.'rt) i 211.1 llnhi 1 foe ..".0" rrtiMtputito' "",,..k..

Sunday. M. L. Loadholtz wan transacting Mr. Hay and son, of Waldo, were A. l.nnionn. .leach nu, 17 no.00 On.. I Hicciiil, diirlntt monlh 2.40 : The. Ian ,i l.l" ," ,I In ihe> /III of Complntnt,
business in Jacksonville L. R. Bdwarne, Wnrrnntii. tumuli durinu "lll.lI, 'h ._ *.Of\l *\ I IOMnlrnft In thli cnum 1 lh I I nt, ''U to which I I. muitht to
Thursday.C. the of E. J. )Uowling Friday tratuportatlon 75 00 rob. I IIHilrlrl ho '
| guests I. 1020--------- am\ : quieted afcnm' tha named defemlanta. I If
Simon Cowurt and Mr. Robinson night. I A.H.: A A.: Rtoltea I'rvactitl.: t:rmuportatlon: TO.:no: No. l It I| >11* Ins nnd nn) ",".1 I nil penuum cliummif' and
| I trunMxrtalon sum
of ftH'li'osu in C. McCormick of Sanford wasa I, I A. ,I. Given trnnaiiorlntlon ?HIxwter i l Itnl, .in". I. ItUl\' ?,J1 l I 'IT I inti, 're,,t IhfnUKti <.r under. tin.,)). It cI...... aid
nit
wuro town Saturday. Mr. Sheffield und Mr. Payne were I Ktvvlula' duilnv month _h_. ______- :112.71) or .i.lli r\\'l. visitor Thursday at the home of visiting H.V.. Harvey of Hampton .lohni. tri.noi.ortatlocu.r : ((10.<:"> \t ..rrIIHl.. Innucd ilurlnir month .__ a.iU. : .11...I h'r of I II h., N".lh".t 'ijmuur i.' .....
Mr. mid Mrs. R. B. Jackson, of Mr. and Mrs.\ B. L. Blanchard. Norman Mdorman.' traiuiiortatlnn SO.DO no oniFIIrnm t Hill rVb. I I. I IWJ5! : : !M7 ,H7 I lion l 'l'\\,entt-nix i .,in I 'r"" n.hll' nix. (Itll.) South

Jacksonville, spent Monday here with Sunday. i|I I it. C. Hcitivrtier., tnnteportatlon tranaporiBtlon" If!.00 llt.lllrl* No. II I I I ltitiiif<> Tweiity' ..l I' ," i 'Jl I Kni.U ....1,I Inndn .b...
( Mr. Airs. Ambrose and "'r..U' Jnn I. ln'\ 20.44 |, I IR hi* nllunl.il nnil. limit In llraiirurd County
and
fritrda.Mr.1 I-J. M. Futch returned home Sunday I George T. II. Pinhi-lnlcr. teaching. 75.00 ..,..I1i| ,. during nionlh*I .. LOS 1"I"rlda.

Wauehula where ho has been baby and Airs. Lois Jones, of Waldo, J.IrfMa'W.Foe tinchlnir' eons.M ,I Wnrrnnla IMIUH! lurIng "n'oI I) :! i III) WII'NESS' MII I "In .NO RF. \I. of, naM

: und Mrs. G.( W. Roberts and employed for several, I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. J.lIuwlin& B M. Monrnn.John b *. kent glaaa ninrlec 6.'.r. i iII O,s'u'ilriitt, Feb. I, I'US. 23.?4 dun'I. this .the, Oth "ilnt. of I IMirunrv. A. D. 11128.
months.
DUtrlcl ".
N. II W Al.nrRMAN( )
films Pearl Tutum motored to Gainesville last. week. H WI"..'"'. unlary ISO 00 1 Hal Jnn. 1, IHJ.1 .- -.". --- -- 41 III I I IItiTiii'le Ifiali. clerk Circuit Court.'

:Sunday: afternoon. Larramose of JaCklonVille.1 The infant uf Mr. and Airs. Batten H I,. W II. Wlirvlna KIcMltor. Incidental hornd ncrvloe 6.15 4.20 I ; ,; : dmiiiir: :;,.. .'II'I: : : I i I Hy 1'. ,\. KNIGHT
,
Rden/ Wnrrnnla* Innned ,' .. .
visited relatives here !\ which has been ill is improving. !'1.1. A. V> tiK.lin.,) board aorvlra 7.40 I I Hal ....h. I. I'.ljr" ,11.I'.01'1' I I I II'll.lUllO 1' OVI> fiRF-KN: and II. ,\. CREEN tptity. C''rk'

J.v.. Andrews, Jr., wus transacting I Roosuvult Hall who is omployedwith Cora\ U Keller.lenkinn teaching. leachlnii SB ROOD.00 I <;'1"'r.. OF FIOIMIMi 1. II.- S-licltoni. ,. for inlain.int.| 2-6-01-4-3

; businvas in town Monday. the J. A. Jon... teaching 85 00 i --- -
Henry Bennett Seaboard Kailwuy was the j N'iiTICR1'O-l
of Jacksonville wasa i'C'OIlN1'0.. mi \I OFOitnI I l )I>ItRS
i. \\ .
( C. 5.00
I tranniiortatlon
visitor here Sunday.W. guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. I 0. W. IV"Amlrvwa"!"" tronnportatlon. fl.on I I'h."r certify thai II.? .' forpiiolnii .tale,

W. M. Dry'an visited relatives in C. Hull Friday. u II,....1 r..", I.,uHy Hank not UO.BI mont nf) th. recelpta. and dlaburavmcuui, uf Senlid" lul.). will I be, rcwKert. I.,. the Board
Union county Sunday.Mrs. I W. H Hm Mil. trnti.lKirtatlon 17.50 i| l Ihe nchpnl funila nf Rradforil County. f... th* of It.".,. '1',.".",... ,if Drnilfonl County Plo.I....
T. Fincher, of Jacksonville, was Air. und Mrs. G. F. Johns und family | Hank, nf ,lniko, Iranafer .50 ''month of .lnn. 11123.) I In .u I rin' ....,I pi.ireetto I Int tht.. otTice. of the aecretnry of the board at

; G. W. Brown visitor transacting business in Lawtey Mon of Waldo, 'vere "visiting friends I'' D..nk nf Sintke.' Iranxftfr 17001C tne brat of tnv knowledge and belief I iHtnrlii riurhla until 10 jOO fl. m. Marsh lOlh.
was a to here T. l.n. h"-n. t<..cMnir, 125.00 ii n wiooiria.County ,,1"I >.l. nnil nl I Ihnl time publicly opened' for the I
Sturke Monday. day. Monday night. | I..r") JO'\ in r leuchlllK 110.110'Pell 8utrlntendent folliiwlnir equipment' :

!\Irl!. Scott, of Starke, was in our ;' wm...t. teaehln > DD.OO One, (Crawler or wheel tyim tractor, two to
Ossie 'Mnud ftd.OO NATICK: TO riU01S: AM I) rKItIloIl'ON me tuna and1101.. to be aubjrot In
Prcvatt of Jacksonville Mitchell I leachlnir I ciimvetlllMi
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilbert and Ceo. wasa section one day last week attendingto di'moiiKltntlun, at I
Bomilii McClrudrr, teaohlnir 00.noMida a plni'e to bo dealitnnted" by
Taylor of Jacksonville were visitors week-end visitor here at the homeof business. Hoiluen. trnchlOB 8500Vnhele froilltom. anil all p..nn. hnvlnir. plnlnl"nnnlnut I l the Hoard.Alan ..

here Sunday. his mother, Mrs. R. M.\ Prevatt. Arthur and Kdunnln.:: : latching Sd.OO: Illo ..tsi., of Mury llcipklnii., Inh' ofllrailforil Ouu,. one ,ton truck with ntocl dump
Jessie Mae of .
Harvey | Iniiliel Hull I I., n, tiachlnil (5.1)0 Connlv. Ftorliln. ili-n ..... will\ \I.nHont -- body nnd cab.llldili.ra .
Hampton, spent Saturday afternoon Nellie Slur. tcnehltuZ ".00 110.,r clnlnm duly milhrntloattsl 1 to thlinili'nilirnril I to fnrnlnh coraplcle npi-cllliinllnnl*
Mrs. Alonzo Strickland' and children E. J. Roberts and W. E. Torode Alice Th".. ". tenehlnir, 85.00 \ncutnr nml iMHtutri here with :
of Kmtrsley were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. their cousins, Clyde and .Ethel' Griffin! ti-aohlna I vi-ar. or thi>y will\ .bo fonivvr barrvil. I ho nm.le. and) all prIori f: o I h. :Slarke.:: Florida..
spent Sunday here I Myrtice Hull. ': .'unlcc I : ree%.iiit*. teneliTnif, ::::3&& Anil nil ppmnnn lnd teil lo aalil ISatnto arormiulnnl Tit. Hoard rcaervua hun' right to reject any

with friends. Andrew __ .__ I Oils Hm'. linrhlnK) 00.00 tn pay thHr aalil ilebln to thn .x..". and all nidi.
Lowery, of Jacksonville, 'I'll Eli! ESSA I I W. K Tli.i lit.n.. JnnlUir 40.00 ''In.l unit, itxiflltrlx. forthwltn. P:. 8. MATTHKUS.!:
I was a Sunday visitor here at the W. P. Dm'nil. leaching 116.00 I 1 Thin 2llh Pay of .".....II..y. A. n I02B. 'I Chairman
Mrs. Dorcas Gainey of Jacksonville --- C A. FIITCII,
MYL AnI.r'n., 111\.01\ JOHN tKII.OW.:
is spending a few days here with home of his mother, Mrs. Louise Theressu, Feb.27-Mr.] und Airs.[ Mrs! P..kl". 'tciic'hlnB tolooMm. Kxwutor.KATM '. 8ri'laiy 2-0-5t.3-0

I Lowery. H. 1.) Moon* tenchinir 80.00 I.IVINC18TON' ;
May were visitors to Hampton
her sister, Mrs. Penny Dinkins. I l ,lii>cp Teriliachlnw, *0.00I 2.27.51. I'll\ Ih..ul.I. MASTKK'H 8ALRNotice
'
I J. J. of ; i' Saturday afternoon. ,I Anthony Moore, Janitor. K.OO .-- .- -- -- :
Byrd Mnxvllle
W. E. Torode was a week- P. K. Colin & "Son, book 6.00 MlE15: FOR l'l'Pl.lt'\TIOl/:/
was transacting Mr. and Airs. Jim Koon amid little i I la hprvhy itlven that uniter and hy
business in Jacksonville end visitor at the home of his parents, .I. A Wnedln teachlna 100.00 vlrtuu: nf ii foul;: ileprre:: n* fon-clmure mad i
Wednesday. daughter, Dorothy, of'uMu, were Illlle Hanoi-,, leachlnu' 80.00 In Circuit nnd rendered.
Mr. and Airs. J. W. Byrd.I Contl.I R'uhtti' Judicial Circuit hy the Hoiiornble. A. V tionff.
I'I'.h"llI
(I _____ visitors at the home of Mr. mid Airs. Lillian Mn.-keo., teaching no.nu Om.Hnrd Connlv, Statenf Plorlda.. In Chaneiry .1 nf I thn Clrrint. Court of the 1 ICIuhth Jildlplnl "
Air. and Mrs. S.: B. Flitch, of Jacksonville J. P. |! n,,,,. 'M...n. tenchlne, 1600 Clivnlt of Flnrliln In anil. for llrnj'or.l
Sunday here with relatives I The funeral service of infant of Padgett Saturday and Sunday i i Llllle Andfi-non tuaohlnir to.00 Mamie Bllaahrth flarrln. Comr*>lnlnnnt County, In Chnnoprv. .1011 .1 Jnnunrv 27. r)2ft.'
spent Mr. and Airs. Pnsco Griffis was held Mr. und! ;Mrs. H.I.: Ilersvy and fit ram A MI,i'man.. traiuporUtloa' 80.00 ,.. I in hut cnnai. therein Inlely pcnillnu .
!I It. c 1I..I1..r". ,iriinaportatlon. 10.00 .. Minrlra 1.1
(
children 70,0. Robert flnrrla.' Defendant Forinnn. "" and .
_-- -- !j I here Sunday afternoon. were shopping in Stal'kulIalllrday J. W. Morunn. books 12.47 It appearing by nfflilnilt! appended, to tho M. Iliynoliln." et ..I.. defi'iidnntn" tho unilernlmuil. -

Mr. and Mrs. I K. R. Thcilu cal- : afternoon. I I II 1 W M"i,sUI.. iHHika .76 m bill\, filed 'In the nil,,,,,..-...,,"..1 caune thnt .lame .. who wnn Ih..11 nnpolntnl, nn Hperlal,
were i i i R. O. Stevens of the Hart Furni- Air. Uy Tumpian and Elmo Padgett I.I, W. M,,, -,,". 0iYIuI. I.K. ,Robert. (finrrln. the defendnnt. therein nniiud. Ma""', In Ch."o'p I to exeinifn,, tho .nll, wIll
led to New River Sunday to attend'\ W "..r",",. crnynn. 1.11 i In a non-niildent of tho. Stnte' of Florida" nnd I II. on Mniidny, 2.1 day of !Mnrah. !liCS., ilurln -
the funeral of a relative of Airs. ''ture ('v. of Starke, was a business motnred,. to Luke Butler Saturday.Mr. J W. Moriran.. duatur. In I n nnldcnt, of Phllndeli'hln. .. Slate' ,"f Pintinylvnnln. l. ", I"Is. "' ,lh I ....is of i Hale, hefnrfi' I the Court
visitor here Tuesday. and Mrs. lien Brunnun and 1 W M, i nil.. hooki* I IJ ORJ. nt IWIfl Mnnlem <(I...il., ami la .., ,'r llouav l door. In Hlnrlin, Plorlda, sell In tho
Thede. I W. Morgan, itove pipe B.no the .". of tnenly-one Jenm : II I" I Ihercfoieordered l hluhi-t. anil henl Milder fur ...h. the follow
__ I t I B. L. Blanchard i little daughter, Marie, and Airs. MatI, .1,1. \V M..n'"n. crayon S.60 that ...101 non-n-nldi dofendnnt lie I IIIK ,',-..rl".1 I."..lu. nltiinleil. In llradfonl I

:Mrs. C. Y. Mayo, Fred and David {:'.: spent a few days in tie and Fredu Aluniuro were visitors :I' C:: Miinoiiiit:::: :l:': : pump 2.60: nnd. he la hereliy quired to appear" to tbn i I''.:.only,: |: |;"i idn. tn-wll: :
Sanford last week with relatives. I i.t t' Miinoinir.,, brnoma 1.80 1 bill of eomplnlnt *filed In nnld, cnune on. or I lie- J Tho, Win hnir nf ihe Soiilheaat, niiartcr., enIpept .
Moore of Jacksonville, were guests lit the hume of !Airs Fred Cloversettlo; 1'. '1'. IllacUlnirn.. wood" IB ml I fore Mondiiy. I the I l 0th .day nf Mare.ll. A. l>. I I Iinilfi iln nil' HCII' In the' Ruiitheaat,' earner

Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. !, "SAMI'SOX' CITY \Vednesday.Mi | K, T. a,1. ,icpalra,, 207 1 : olherwlne tho nlleunllnnn nf nnld. Ml\) thereof:: nold: I to M I, Jnhna. anil tha Weal
1 Hiirney, Meltiic. tenchlnic 76.00 will )be Inken aa .nr..1 bv nald, ,defendant. i hnlf of Ihe I N.I", ,., iiunrler of the) Mouth''eant ,
H. Moore. I '. James Phillips, who has been nun, I .fh......... ,nennlon, 16.00 It .la further ordered I that thIn order lie 'I.nrl..r Section alt mi. townshIp

I Sampson City, Feb. :27-Rev C. visiting relatives at !Miami, returned I There Iwinlno further business thob'onnl pilbllnhcd. nnce n week, for four eimneputlve ., "'n (7))I. South, llanue Iwenly-two 1122)!!) spat

Mrs. M. Padiri'tt is spending a few Crosby of Sturke tilled his regular to his. home Friday.Aliss iidjinirtu'd to meet Rmt Moniluy weekn In the Bradford County Teleiirnph.. anewnnaner .itnlulnit In tli.nirurcRittu. nln.'p..r". ((041)
....
I ,nubllaluil In aald 1 County and more or li in
days in Jacksonville with her daughter -!| appointment here Sunday delivering ) Ruby C'loversettlu was a visitor in !March. Thin February II. 1025. SI.I"'I'I"With Ibo nptuirleniineeii., Said to 1'.
,
:Mrs. Fortune-Moulin.' I la very interesting sermon to a large to Hampton Saturday.C. I L. W. KICKUTEU, (ffleal. (1. Clerk W Circuit. Court ,i iK And""...est,". .to nald ilvorea t. aatlify thelaame

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsom of I I congregation. T. Gilliurd and family, of South Chairman, M JOHNS, A. S. CREWS.O .

Bro ker. were the guests Sunday, at, 'I J. L. Ogden, of Graham, was a visitor Florida, have returned to their home Jt. R WIGGINS Solicitor; for Complainant. 21H-8t-t-l8! I'I R I.AYTON.'s," '""Cl1" M""" Ch"n""

the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Howe. here last week.T. on a short visit after which they will I Secretary.Sl'PFRINTKNDENT'S. OltllFlTVoK* :; rl'III.\TiO"I-' I iT,, II Eh.t.J4.: I J n.,

!I Yynk Williams who has been go to Salomo. I Complainant olloltiira..
... KEPOIIT tn Circuit rnrtPfahth Juillatal. Circuit i 1 i, -.-- 180.S2.IftUSrF.lt.H.S
Eliim Roden same home from Jack here on a visit with his mother Mrs. Verle Alanuire of Hampton won nrndfonl. County Slain of Florid In I.

sonville and spent Sunday with his Josie Hall, left Wednesday for Palmi the fifty dollar prize given at the Coutity lup..lnlolnd."n Nv.s.1.l .1..1 I cpry.W '. .
nT iontiiv, ."hJanuary ...1 funtlp r... thi month ,si I C. ftatimfara. Complainant' ch.n'l N..".. .la hereby, .Iv.n 'thnt unriV, and l>>
father, Otis Roden. :i Beach where he is employed. contest by Air. Guss Croft for the IOCS. VII.IrfiulRo virtue. of a final ilecren of foreelnaura madeand

__ I Airs Garden and son, J. C. and benetlt of the Christian church. Verle U..I "....1 TmntOMnlrnfl flaunilpni. l>pfpn Dr. J. J. Trradwell of St. Augus- daughter Airs. Ed Ian I. ll"-' .-_ 11004 It .",,,'.rln,, by nfflilnxlt* aippni1id. tn tho. J,,'lgo nf thn Circuit Court of th* Elithth: .
I 11. Smith of memorized verses in the Bible. |I Rvoiilptjl iliirlnv month ..__ 4DH.49 I hill niinl ,In tho nlK.vr.KlnliHl muni that t.onlaa I Jiidlclnl Circuit of .Horf.ln' In and for lira.
tine. supplied the pulpit of Grace M. Gainesville, spent Wednesday here Friends of Airs. Gertrude Mann i WnrranU, I......,." during month 745.110 Haunitrm. tin. ilrfpnilnnt thori'ln named, I. annnrpulilont ford County. In Chancery, ilntcil January 27.
E. church Sunday morning and of Airs. Overdraft. .'.b. I I. ll 28. 457.11 of thi> Rlntp of r'lorliln anil ..h"I. I Illl'lt. In that i-au... therein Inlely iienillnir be
eve- guests S. E. Jones. They were will be .sorry to hear of her illness I 1, m.trlrt ... iI I I. n ....I..nl. of Mrrlillnn. Rlnte of MlMlialppl.nnil tween ('hn.l.) ,..rm"". Complnlnant} and

ning. The fourth quarterly conference accompanied by Aliases Kdnurao and and will wish her a speedy recovery. I llnl. Jan. 1. lOi'O .___-. 53.011 t I. ovrr thi> nui of Iwinly-ufio ,,'n.* : It .Inmea Keynoldn. II.| o.r..ln"\, unilernlirni'il -
was held after the owning servo, Juanita Smith of Fort Lauderdale Air. Tedder I|1 I Kcci.li'tn, iliirjnu month '..04I In I Ih..,',....' onliTPil. I Unit ..ltl| | nnn-ni.Mf>nt ili>- ; I. oh,, was therein I ; \ aa Special
Stacy who is boarding I 1 I Warrant laauinl. ilurlnv month -- Sot I fi'lulant bi anil IH, hiriliv ...,'"1..'.. to apiuarto Munler In Chaiiceiy (o execute the name, will, I
ice. who hud been called to Gainesville to at the home of Mr. R. AI. Hersey, visited lIe?. F.b. I. IU2B, ..-----------. 53.10 1, tho b'tl' of pomi'laltil, nii"l 'In Mill rauao. onor 'on Moiiilnv.. I lh,, 2nd day I of l.r.h. lt, B, ilurln ,
attend the funeral of their father Ed his relatives I I'I Oidrtrl ,Hm. fnvi.nlrnft luforo !Momlay. I ho 2'lrd; ilny. of Murrli. A. 1 .. !Ih.!, leunl hoiirn of nnle. the Court
Mr. and :Mrs.Vihl Dupree, of, at Coraway Saturday Jan I I. HI?*. ..- 88.21 I) lu'ft" i II. Smith.: und Sund.iy. i I HiTi'liitii,,,, ilnrinic. month, ,, -" 55.80 I will h..*. 'Inkpn ni ii>nriH4Hi.il. liy anld di.f.nliiii* I hh u, ,'.' and In*! lildder. for rnnh. the folliiwInv -
Jacksonville spent Saturday and Sunday !t Mrs. McKinney of Brooker visited ____ ___ i WiirrnnlM IIUHIIM, ) ilurlnir month -.- Slit II I I. fiirtlur ..,.,1">r,>il that this order, hn I dpaerllnd Inniln. nituatiil' In
lI.no"ro
here at the home of :Mr. and Airs. WilY WOliltY OviT-lrnft' Ki-li. I. 1928 ___---.-- 8.<\I7 tiiihllnhi'il oliri* n w<*>li for. fi.tir onin Airs. W. H. Smith hero Saturday.Carl | IHntMcl, N.. 8llul wi'i'lm I In I ho Itrnilford Connlv. T"I""r".h.! a I InpwRonni'r The Soiithuint' iiunrler, of Suction. twentyHelen -
J. W. By id. !Mr. Byrd accompanied Wynn and son, J. C. of Lake Two men, business I partners, took .'Inn I. 1II2K 18 SIKiciliim iiiibllnhMl, In nndl, ruitnlv. .nnil.. "'liili1. i f21.! I Tin', Km.1. hnlf I of Hm Rniithwentnonri'r
them home where he will spend a their places the line that tlurlnu 'iiont I --- 12207iWiiiiiinta 'r hIs Fihrunry Hlh IflZB.i. ,, I lh. Nil' ."..t uunrter', and th.
Butler visited relatives here Sunday. in was wendI, ,:I : : liwiii'il. : ,Imonti: !- 28.HI.Ilill (i. w At.nnnMAN. Kant ,hnlf, of the) Soul, Invol iionrlor, of Section

few dIlY" | !Mr and Airs. C. A. Johns and little int its WilY toward the ticket window I 1 I l.b. I. I III.T. 10727 I Snot (,','rk ('.rrlt, CourtHy :I twenty. ..lxM\ I CJdi I Tho Soul Iuw..t imarter nf
for the I' 1II.III.t* N. 4 C. A. KNinHT.Pfrnity I ih., Houiheani, nun 1'I 1.r., and H.nitliriuil: nuarler'of ,
Mrs. Dom Fritfo and baby returned son, C. A., Jr., visited relatives evening performance :Suddenly Hnl ..Inn I.1120.. __ .._.-.-. 8.00 CtprkK (Ih.I Souhwi! 'nt uunrter i nf Section twenty-
home from Jacksonville |Iin Jacksonville lost! week one of the men Hei-ined to remember lit .'.lis. fluriiiK month 80.80 I M .JOIfNS n,In.. 1129. Thn Snulhwviit iiunrter of the
Sunday something. He I: Vviiiiiitita I .fa4m>.l ilurinv month -u. Hollrllnr for Comi.lnlniint. 2-ZO.nt-II.JO:' l Northinnt nnnrler' eici-tit neven (7)) ncraa In
where they have been spending a few Air.. and Mrs. AI. Vurnex' had as clapped one hand I' Mill .....b. I. 11>JB. -.- 80.00 I II., Run', "In.nnl. corner of Section thirtytwoI'l''l.

days. : their guest Sunday Mrs. A. V. Varnes to his forehead, gasped, and in consternation I j I M.tHrl N.. I MAHIICU'H: BUB 1 '. till lylnir, ..".1 hefnjr In Townahln fleven
''llul, ? .lun.. I. 1926 IB8.B8 171. Hntilh. Kana-e
sail, to hm Abe nunn Twi-nly-inie (2I( Seal, allcuntalnlnir
I, and children and Airs. Jim Varnes partner: l<, 'l'Ii.tn Hurlnir 'month --- ..00IWnrrniiU Notice la hereby ,.Is'onlhnt I under. and by i ivlrlure three bundreil nvvcnty-lliree ((173))
Rev. R. D. Dcvis filled his regular and little daughter, Bessie of Starke.J. I forgot to lock the safe!" |I! :Intiiul: ilurlnu month -. --:- 18.00 I of a final rWroe nf funelonnro innde i ianil 11 cr,-.. ntoro,, or linn ,

at the Melrose about the safe ain't locked 1 We're"Iiuh" llnl I IVb I I. 1 IDZB ___. I UO.B5 rendered' by the ITnnnralilc, A V..nno.. t tJudve .\.NO The. MHII' hal of .thn n..lh..1
appointment C. Garden
Baptist !\II'
and Blitch of I I, Dlitrirl N.. of the Circuit Court of tlw elithlh i.ludlplal il," and tho .,,,' of I he .
church last Sunday. I Gainesville, visited friends here Thurs- said the other, "Why worry fnr.lrafl, Jan I. IHZ5. .- 17.a6 Circuit of Florida., In and for Rrndi, of Hie North,nut iiunrter, (if Section nil h.1
0 -- both here ain't we ?Exchange. I|I H..i-.lnm, ilurlnv mont h 21.08UiiiinittH ford. County In Chancery dated February i4lh s hIi, atvcn Miiulh, ninue eaat.rontalnltiR .
Prof. and Mrs. W. O. Duvall and day.Misses I 1. IwiutMl, diirlnw month ___ _- 100lOvinlraft I I 1(1211.( in, that' eaune therein lalely ,...n'l.b"'n I In the aviireicatii Iw.ntp-tw, more
Ednarne and Juanita Smith I'VI... I. 4.68 Inir Sarah R': I I'lank ei.mnlalnant .ii.iMolil or lennWith. 10
baby andV.1 C. Wooten motored to and J. B. left SCHOOL IIOAKI1 I PKOCEKIMNGSBoard ( ):) :' I t l>iiiil .. .(. f .. 3 01,,"'..... et al defendnnln.' Ihe undemlirneil I thn .'."...nn..8.'d' sal.I to be mad
Hampton afternoon. Smith Thursday for I Hal Inn' I. 1(128(' .- 184.S2 t who "'... therein nppolnted, ae i I ....n"l to in Id I" the mm
Friday their home after a few days' visit met in regular session with :i, Ifc-ri'ii.tn durlnii month .- 8 BO I I iV i I Hpielal, Mauler' In hancery I., ,.iconic, the and cunt*. I .I.r
:; :Iniiwil I montlr- ... 1:80'llnl I ..r March
with > nrrniitH ilurlnit I .m. will on Monday the tn ? day I A. 8.C CI1IIWR.
Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville, their grandmother Mrs. S. E. all members present Monday Febru. Fob. I. Ili8( .-. 120.17 A. l>. MI28. durlna the leunl hoiim, of nale. b". I A. RI".el.1 I'ulsster In Chane.ry

was the guest Sunday of his Jones. ary 2, 192;;. |I I I UKtrlrl N. I '"...> the front door of the Countv Court llounn. I R IA YTON. \
parents, 'Hal .Ian' I. III2B* .- .- 188.77'iiTi'ipu In SI.rh ,. Hrnilford Countv. Florida. nell to 'I' JR.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. Messrs. T. V. Williams and L. L. Minutes of last meeting read and I ijurlnu 'month .-....-...... ,, the hlllhent and bent bidder. fnr ....h. the fol. I (''Io.I..nl'o I.1.1., ,". 1.30.11247MAIhl'Klt'S
Johns were business visitors to approved as reaL I Ii 'IWntrnnlii I :: ::.:: :*IMUIM: ) ilurlllK I : month 88.00 I ',,""n... uI'anih.l. l In n.lnllimtid, In I .1101
'llnl,. ,...b. I I. 10211------------------ 50.71I County. Florida, to.wltCommenonir II.atlr"1 : HAIK
J. Rowe visitor
B. Gainesville
was a to Hamp Monday. i !Mrs. Sarah Carnell was recom- I iimirici. Nil. tHal. nt the Norlhweal ."

I! Jan. 1. 1125.\) .-.___ 21." 1.',, Fill of a 4N ncre fit) plot. '' Notice l la hereby KIv.ifltflt) under soul Inpiinnanei
____ ____ __ | ,, month _............. of .
--- --- -- -- --'- -- ----------- --- -- --- -------- lfci.ii] during Houthcnnl' corner of tho I Norlhcaat* iiuarter, I of n certnln' final) dear*. nf fore-
: Warrnnbi "luiw-il ilurlnv month 400 I the North, ,.,t iiuarter of fWtliin. tw'nty'nlofle .h..l. of ..1. made and entered on thn 27th
I
Hal' rVb. I. 11)26 1V.8I I I2ID,) In Totvnnhlp Six (;K), South Kanirn; .v lr .'January A Ii lOIr>. In and by th*
"......, N.. 10 Twentv-two' I f.Mt nn recurdeil In tbe Public' Jnda-e of the l Court In nnil for Brad
Hal,. Inn. I I. 1025) ... .14158li I ",'."r.l. of llrndford. (:.......Iv. Florida) for, pnlntof ford, Cnunly, "'I..ul' I In,, Chancery, 'In thateertaln .
,,-, .....ifiiH,, ilnrinif' month .._ ___ ______u Iteirlnnlnv' run Mouth three hunilreil, fifteen rail.. therein "." wherein' Th. .
/ CH-H-M-H = : i ; ] I v CHMH'rtAN a .., r..t.. I.,,,. 'I i ..1"1, m."th fl 2r I fill. I thence Knnt I turn hiindreil. one and. one- Cltiienn Itank of Kalford. .lnl.corporation la
i IT WA SO 5AD : :: ,11,1. .l"'Ii'i, I II')' 'C. 13M'I'I'I Imlf feel thence, North. three hunilreil fifteen ,I I Ifcit Complnlnant, and H J 'Iceirleter and flarah

I.''' '''' ."II.N i I .siiti Pd.,. U iS:;.,;., Wiwt two .hiindreil. one and. onehnlf ] l! '..... bin wife. are dcfcndanta.. I. R. M. ,
I.'I. -::1 IN e"6T" To 'Tot' llnl .'Nm. I 1. I I' '-. 2HO nil I ) '....1 to |M>lnt "f higI n n1 nit. will tha apiuiti .I .. an Speelnl Manter offer for nal.
,- I\I.L.. TI1 CHAOirV K..4.'I'' ''. .1" rini. in, ..)nlli I I''mlI ''' nnnci n Iheri-iiiito, lumrlnu.' nald la''., to1. I nt I'ublle. nut cry. ..n.1 l .h..1 I.. the hliihaatnod
INCUR' :; f \ '--1 '''''N / AT TH1 CMU SCPV.CE kJ C' ,. Wn >.t.. ieoi.,1, I 'In ,n< .PSI,,,,,,'1 Ii, I I...MlRIC7A1 :he made 'purniiiint tn .,,1" decree. to. .aIis 11yI,i iII .. bent bidder. f..r .1. hufusnulb.. door of
SIT I' :''li lit'I tin) nil me and eo.tjl s"lu,. CourtIfoune, I In Hlnrke, Itradfurd' County
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:. -r \A.: 'ib" I ,00"" ," ,.. I' !\I. .IOIINH. I I'lorhln on .Ihe,, '!ml day of March A. D. 1928.
TOWN sTjvVonder .-:;y :- \ D FOri. 'IG Hpeelnl ManU-r In Chancery. durlnv I Ihe Iryal bourn, of sal' the foliowInK
I Ha" p II \ IIItN.; di-Rflr. bed liroperty. to-wltt
: :h- -rJ.; WC 05 I Solicitor fir Comi'lalnant' 2-6-4t-2-27 The Moulhwent, ipiarti'V of the Northwnntiiunrler

I : : ./ I of Section Thirty-two, In .
>. 1' : AND- ftUHTF.R'\I HAI.B five. UIIs.: llnnue Twenty-one :
I I"y t.'". :. ., ,\.:) '. I l Inw Forty' ....* mom or' lena, ..rn ..:
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W 0- \) .. I 1 NflTI'K: In h..,., 1.1' irlven' thnt under' nnd In. C..unlur./ ..
IT CAN BE UUN' .
'Ic. I i.ur.iiiimi'. of n eertnln Final. l'rre. .of. Fnrwflinuri B. M. JOHNS.
7'"' f4 IADP. (6W. 1 DCKR5G4N I t.f. nale. made and, ..........,1 on the 4th SpecIal' Mauler.
: ': f > .1". .,f "IMirimry. A I).. III2r In anil' by the A. 7.. AI>KINS.
'!t.U ; : > I />ir I tWIC. ; 5PICIALIST' I f 1.1.',. of ihe f'lrciiit, ( ...urt In .,..1 for. limit- Holliltor for 'ml.ln.n'' 1-30-5t-2-27
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) -' I *"" l '!Dc r.nl County FloridM. In Chnncirv. In that ro.r.I
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: \'1'I: I : \ .. ... .. JAI", "VII, tl PIOUIOA"In ,
.. T I tiiio Fllline therein fi ...11.... wherein The -ml FOII PUBLICATION
-. ,. \ .... itl/vnn, flank of Itnlford. n onrt'or.i'li.n.. II
; I ,..,,, .I..I".nl. and Hen-na Hyal 'Iwlilowi.Fll In .,
\\1'0.0 -- | Circuit Court F.llI'h'h .ludlolal' "(", 111.|
:: .: d\ \ I SI"rn CcIt :h Quick .n Canon and I hi r hi'...hand .Inmen' Canon.In. lI.a.lr".1 (.un.,. Slate of Florida. In, ",nn-
[J .? I\ \ \ I I .... Mol'luI, Iwldowi I Annie' r'lunnettio.l I Sa'y.HIu. /
E.1'v..d I --- "C'I, tiiki'. 1I\ 'It." I'f."U'f i MOM I.'v I M I (' II "I'liinbi-lt. I hi r himhnnd P I) hal I Kowatch ('f'imiilnlnant'
nn.I VII., fival his wi*... Jane, ('.,It..n nnd
: I .''"iiili, tin ili'. iI". II 'I.I| |1" the I .''ii': I hv va
:. I It |I Willno., (' ,I."n. ,In,, hunbanil. Nohli.. Wllker- .ItiHa .
;;; I j.1 ., .,. 'r !> ndant
Mc Iu&h .:. '. ..; ? 'I' 'i, ,ol f li.nl' r Wi'licruon' ,. h,* r hiiMhnnil. Ftorrle I n" | I.. nffl'lntlt. nppenileil I I. the
: : A r'\\: ; A I.. < 'or f 't...' A -, I ) 'I's IPAlr i |I 'H iiti; uod! .f"hn Rl'nh.I lire h'inbanil fitnr- ;I filed' In the I iiv.-"tiiii"l tiiuae that' I Mil"
AL.ftC'nR T '. : i S\I.\'L! I nn C iii.ii. '!'ICn >n F I'vn' nn'l| \maoda Ovnl? liln w fe, I Kowateh Ihe ".r, n/lanl Ihiruln' named In a
j .... / H.'r'r,. ''..1." lId R O Culih. her hunbnnd. '
: o-\J\ I! a runlilent of the vIalss.f Flor' dn. hut. that ehec'.ncinla
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: :::,..; ; .111' |, i .i I V'I i n-ry h.illin'" I, ,,,..I the .Hi-mtftird County IfnnV. a 000porat, hnntelf no. that procena can nut be

i iHA'rrS! I llh. si,151 i. I Ili'NLY.: 'Ilu ..,Ive* | iir,. .kt.lnns.. I I. K': M. Jithim.. an ,_..n'l I ..rved upon h.... and I la, over tho ass nf twen
-- 1 Hhouicl be ruhlwd on thn chnt ml' tlirnntof V..-l..r nhall offer for ...1" nl, Public out ty-one yearn. It I la therefore ordered, that wildrealilent

AM2' I WHAT IMPo'; J Govs 8 TQEH ;S Ys ? : hiUren nul1rIriM) from a C..td! or Crimp,. "...t wilt\ nell In the hluhent an..t. bidder. defendant I lie soil (a h..J required
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., Tor en h., before the done nf I Ihe Court. Ifou'e.in appeai to thn, 1,111 of ", 'In nald' ,
_, I ME MOST WAS I It-B. THfe (gr.AT ((lJr; Jk I ThellealluH'' iirn of Haven' lleallnu llnne/In Hinrl-e. flrfldforfl ('''"n'y..1........, nn tha \ I..,.. nn or beforn Mnmluy." the Il'r day of
I WHEN L.ITTI.E K.ifTiOMAl. TRAWI, c.oNTfif !) .111.. ,it t... thy. ..or ''..,"'''In.1 Hith the 'li-i"II". ,: ..If .,., i fi 'ml. day of March) A I n. !V?f. ifuclnir. the !I.. Mnreh A. P oth"rwlite, the allentlonn
( > ) i tifve 'I O 1'ii I Itnin Salvu thriu.i li ti: < [ion I,11 I Ital hi'Ura ot ..1.. the fullowintf of na il i bill will h taken aa confined by inl.l
\ ABAQA i..aDi9 15 Bt& PRUES TO BS f I he kln Mvl mop* nuiiKhi l.ro|>.*..,. tn-wlt The MoII.h,'"" Irroriho'f defendant.It ;

\ wSI'.rr uP TH' AISI.S OvE: AWAY t.s .e6ue V I i Bi,'h ,-, ,-iiicn, ure PSI 1i.I In OTII' carton ai. .' tI'.I' Mouthwent iiuarter, of flection Twenty U further ... that order'
Ill oftba r"jmblmd treatment .U Townahlp five. Bniith nf Ran,,,, b pub-
llehi'd
once a week for four .
AND i..AiD AN EGCr tt-.Eth'o.i. O-LOVE& i&I' TwonlOI.
!!; BATS AfO I .0na".I.e w..k
I Just auk your. druonuit Kaat, containing forty and 1I' In the Rrailford County
OH TH' ALTeR p BAL.L.> DRAW A PlCTCJae: OP HE:AUNG HONEY. I.h. ., acre.. In Bradford County.. )Florida.' paper piihllahei' .In nald T.t..ph." stu'i, I.'W".

'_ ,. _/ OLD POP I IN THIS' STRIP AKO:: J : ____._ __ -__ K: M "OlfNa.R..I.I Thin .lan".1 21111' IliJ.O .nt
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%____-'-'- -- -' ____._ MAKE HIM> LAUGH REAU MAQO. t a >t1/ICiC'IfII.tU/* 'f i I it KIt'lfIl'ICImwt'ICJ! ;) : A. 7.. AOKINg.SollclUir Maatvr. I SBAI..) Clerk W. AV05fl11''O.CIvIl: I' urtIII.

: 4 ORAW in" A>(V oot::>iTOM AND DC.Mr/ A COFFINS & CASKETnd for Complainant. 234tZ27In By C. A. KM"' : .

IITTLE LAkG.EQ TMAH D"1Bollolur ,, ri.1r5.' .
-I '. 'p mC) ) Htr RepqooU.l"n' I ii ILZEK pAl ptlDrreu: ,, A. B. CRaWH.
DCAW A :> MANV ;; a Full Un ort.nJ.'uA.
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PlCTUC6
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) OP POP' A& .-i'., WlH. the Circuit CourIi".n,1:;; far Bradford,
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'j "I. :. County phaneeey
= fe
u ACrfcOfs BAtKAMJ NOTICE or H\IK:
\ I BII.I TO QlflKT TITLE : GVARIA'
CQAwlNr I
,- S:>fcNO vTO THIS P\ 1t Ir. l Mm T. E.! Underbill et al*.
AL<;O "T'E'Lol.. o& V.MAT KIND or I IOQ. AUTOMOBILE I1EAR EAl I va.I Thirty dayn afhe'd.leIi. n-nr I '' I'"
ocovs I :
BAT '<01-1 "'..AMTr vo i '.. balitL The brM. SnIt I ." ilefendanu to the lion (;ieo A. Car.l I ','I,. r <"'', i line
j Apr! on i .
.. .: ; o'I.:1:; : ; of llradford (",.nty. FL.r, 'I In, r i P. '"
/ oN" | T I al Tom llal l FrtlwlnHancoek. '
; \ z. CONTE": T CI.O!? e H e r an .
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1ST> ,.....' .. namen of known .Cart; If Hvinv I ,
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>p""M.Cr& ..I.LI. be I teri-nt of (harlva% l-riii-u I II I i"tenfol
\ : n.l .1I,.tI..n to tl-1'I.apb l or j and If dead all "parties clalniina' an .Inlars.t
Pu&I IS44Elt. IN 0 ..EP. 'I7OOBUSV i I trunk Hlekn. .!. 'in u, I I.. t I. -
I 1'( : "Ew8cpf1 under nald known nartlra anil each of them n ," I.
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IW.r".a Tg j ......, or othirrwlav, whfMe realdenn are nnhnown. l I.wlnll deeerllM.I. I ,iinl ,' 0 I n' I I I. .. In
GeT [ and t*> alt other unknown partl 5% I I llradfonl ( ': Horiln' l i wiWint '
1 Boys AND t hair .1 IIYil. -k) I ", 'r; I,, I 1 I. 0'
A claim nIl an Intereat In landa hereinafter ilvGRRRTINOS -
C SEND DeWITT JONES rrnlb..I. Hampton.Thl. .
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IN 2nl of January D. 1925W
\ : You and l __ : :: 3 FLA I C. HUNTGuardian .
; STARKE .. .1..01 ro he and at,>,..a. before. the
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t /.1" of the Ircillt Court for th. Eluhth I
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PAGE RIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STAUKE. FLOKIIIA FR1D\Y, FEBRUARY 27, 1923.:

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HAMPTON Mrs, M. E. Munaire\ lust Sunday.A. ,'2.ir'u2SZ uZ525'zSZt'Z5' innsC747S74;; I
I Bradford Uuuiy Telegraph; ,
A. Futch and family spent the I I
i Hampton, Feb. 27-Mrs. W. E. All.
weekend! with Mr. Futch's brother,
gomlvho( has been fur two weeks in I
,q. -M' 'C": < > v '"""1 entered. US Uivuiside hospital, at Jacksonville, ('01. I'. G. uth, of Leusburg.Mis. II g #
'f.. F. (Campbell, of Seminole, Not
cunu ciaan maiiei atera pout n.'tuimd tu her home hero last Sunday is the guist ot her parents' Mr. and I II. -,........ Why Try SomethingReal

:. office at Starke, Florida. I Her many friends hero were du- Mr. W. S. Futch, this week.
lighted over her return and were also I
I =-- = Mrs. Idcilla Priest attended the
Fine This Season
*. 8. MAITlIlfWH......._..._____..0wn.r. I proud,, of her improved condition. funeral of her! sister-in-law, Airs. Lena'i' I ?

1 C. ROBINSON._._...__.Muuitnir IMItor..MMag ; Oscar Tutu who has been a guest Priest at Melrose last Wcdnunday. I
t at the Hampton for several months,

MMMMMMMMMMM- _0- MMMMMMMMMMMPIIBMSIIKD .. returned to his homo in Fort Payne, BERRIES"SLOWING UP 1 Not something reasonably good butsUPEREXCELLENTa

EVERY FRIDAY : Ala., last Saturday.

:Mr. and ;sire 1'. U. Hunt; visited During the p -ti days shipmentof I 'r'

t UIPTION It \'ry their, daughter/ Mrs. S. M. Simmons, berries have totaled 12,708 quarts, !
SlI
: ..r Mnxvillc, lust Sunday. with pricOH. ranging from !I8c to 21c. I I .' MASTERFULLY TAILORED.

Per Year .- $1.511'! Miss' dicks, Miss llenly and Mr. Monday and Tuesday were the hoavie i I a

l.niiKljotluiii, ull of Waldo, attended "t days of the week, slightly over':
7V.So.
Six :Mo 1, ih You'll meaning exactly when
preaching' services here last Sunday IJ.OOO quarts going out each day. | I get our

morning" and evening. Wednesday the shipments dropped to the quality of Custom-
h Iir. ;MidJIeton, of Starke, was a less than 500 quarts. I 4- "IT IT 1 you see our

professional visitor here last Monday. ------ i ":l'M made Clothes at

H Dcouoru hpnrkman, of iSrunford, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Card are enter- ,, i"

i I' the guest of his mother, Mrs. Elsie taming; their Ron, Mr. C. Chandler'i I

.paikmun: this week. Card and! Mrs. Card, of Detroit, Mich i ; 'B5j"
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,7 .N r.. F'. A. Scott, of Starke, who This Is i Mr. Curd's first visit! to Stnrke $35, $40 and $45 I

l .1., bean appointed to take the census since his parents came here four

eatsat 'I'i Bradford county, was working ini.HI years ago. Mr. arhi Mrs. Card will re- I
,l :. district Monday. main for two weeks this time and ex- ''I

e \.1. lJurdcn is having the Hampn poet to He frequent visitors! here I

: hotel repaired and repainted. The from this time on.i'OUR I NAT oTERNBERG Slarlp Florida
tJfttMei.,1" ,
<,:.it t i mutt t is let to M. L. and K. B. Wat- '" i
t t'' ( .r up,| a", :\ationai Highway.. terson who will soon have it In first THINGS I I

AssocudiunmNiiA'I' > i lass I .shape.Mrs. Four things u man must learn to do' I

i I 1>. W. Moore and son, David, If ho would make his record true; |i II nnnnnnnnt:7nC7C' S7S757. ZS2S'3 s sHs 5

1 IS; 501( It 1'0011'1010; :' < I' 'Ihert'HKU, attended church here last To think without confusion clearly; |I'' S. --.--.. .--- __n ____
unday evening. To love his fellowmen sincerely; i iTo "

.1 You era .1 booster or a knocker. Minx Mary 10;. Thigpen, left last act from honest motives purely; Cross. before the people and instilling --

There I is no middle, ground. To which' Tuesday, for St. Augustine, where To trust lii God and Heaven securely. in their minds that there is no other

class do you belong? she will visit friend"and relatives. -Van Dyke. name whereby man can he saved except J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

The man who di! -* tr" most good Herbert llurden, Who is attending "fllclnTFERENCE: Christ and him crucified. In the

4 for his home city is not always the .st',haul in Tampa, spent the week-end letter they requested that the hymn

1 man who receives. the most' credit. with hit parents/ Mr. and Mrs. A. A. A stranger addressed the farmer's "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," be

There are 1 plenty of true boosters who !Uurden.Mrs. hoy across the fence: I sung which was sung heartily by the INSURANCEAGENCY

not only do not allow the opportunity Wine and Miss\ DeSha were "Young! man, your corn looks kind whole congregation* With this letter

10 to pass to May a good word or do shopping here this week. o' yellow." i there was enclosed a donation of:. $:S0;
some act for the betterment of their 'I! Mrs. Milton Black, Mrs. J. C. Cad.I "Yes; that's the kind we plan led." in cash for Rev. McGuire who appreciated ESTABLISHED 1886

I 1. home, but create opportunities to do'I well, and !Mrs. W. K. Jackson motoredto "Don't look as if you would get it highly and in very appropriatewords

J so. They are the citizens of whom Starke l Sunday.: more than half a crop." i ii thanked the klunsmen. One of FLA.

: / everyone is proud. With such individuals Rev. Wintlam, pastor of the M. E. i "We don't expect to. The landlord the chief aims of this organizationis STARKE

I 1 i \ the situation IM created churrh here, will till his. regular appointment gets the other half." I to uplift mankind and protect our

'. whereby it is possible that much work Sunday morning and evening Then, after a pause, the man said: II I II boys and girls from the agents of the

'" I will come along and reap the benefit i "Boy there isn't much difference between i, devil who seek to ruin and destroy. | -- ..:>.

I''' some other good citizens who have Mrs. Kate Sparkman, of Waldo, you and<1 a fool" | ._ __ ._ __ ___ (

I not done so of the work of the others. I was tho guest/ of her sister, Mrs. Elsie "No," replied the boy; "only the i I FIVE :'111.[;

i : The real honest-to-guodnese booster Spnrkmun, Monday fence." _. We can charge
j -- ---- I Mural' your
is not jealous when the other fellow Five Mile, Feb. 27-Mrs. :
Mr. and Mrs. of Cocoa
Durling, Whenever the of the house
.. I Is given the credit. He !gets his reward visited iMrn. Durling's sister, !Mrs. J. insists man in household. Douglass and son, of Miller, were YES 8 HRS
j) 1 in the consciousness of havingbenefited V. Jones, this week. upon economy guests of Mrs. J'. P. Dekle Friday.W. In
expenditures, he's been doing something returned from Storage Battery I
: the city. Mix. J. K Johri-on returned to her he oughtn't to have clone.- II. Diiwling has
;I ; Because on-- .:"os not knock his h"I1thiK week after a visit with National Republican. a visit with relatives at Graham. ,
home town, ,does nothing" a* u matterof friends and relatives in Jacksonville. | Oren aid Kirko Dekle were chopping -

fact one way or thu other, will not Rev Hicks piearhed at the llaptixt LAKE nu'rLER-: in !Dukes Haturday. Smith's S
rellevu him of the charge of a knock church lust Sunday morning and eve ._._. I Mini Ida Blumc was transacting Garageli Xkes

) er. Not to tulle an uttirmativu position ning. Luke Butler, Feb. :U7! -Mr. Knoi-h: business in Lake Butler Saturday.

I in mutton of interest to the city Wells who had been sick at the St. K. 0. Andreu and son, Roy, of ._ ..
llarvoy Miller and wife,. of Columbus -_._._.., -- -. -- -
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I -nnd there arc always mutters of interest Vincent hospital l died Saturday and Brooker, were guests> of Mr. and Mrx.P.
l
.- places one on the negative Gil., were visiting hero last the body brought to Lake BuUer. Interment I'. Dekle Friday. )) 'VM''y Dukes, of Olut'cptnt Sunday .'i law-l l"d,ox, Stc-llu Whitley, Richard
f i aide. Thenis absolutely no way in Tuesday.. < Harvey Miller Is the son of f was made in the Dekle Rev Griffith, of the CongiecationnlMethodist here with hi- patents.Mr. I I.omr, jlenn Wood, Delia Williamson -
Mr. I L. II Miller who died here ton!
which to i enmin neutral; for if that : cemetery. Mr. Wells had been auk fora clunch held services nt Five ( and Mrs Kovv.in( Johnson, Dunn ,, Alice\ Fernandez, James
position is attempted t there will necessarily years rage after serving our town asIo.al long time, his death reaulting from Mile school house Saturday eveningand Duke nnd Oren !Ueklevcio shoppingin I Uichaul Wainwright, Merrill Futch
for '
be muny who will construe physician several years a tumor on his kidney. He had the Sunday. Both services were well Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. ; Hazel Adkins, !Milton Brownlec, Jr.,
Ilnrvey Miller ill well known hero un,1hlill
\ : It as being opposed to any proposition i."t' i. bent medical skill Jauksunville could attended.Mr. P. P. Dekle and 1 son Kirk spent I Rachel Silcox. Mrs. Herbert C. Hitch,
f bout of friends .
who
ft and with the construction goes a are alwaysglad alTord. A number of relatives and and Kirs. Willie Parrish visited !Monday in Luke Butler guests of teacher.

\ "t' ,t the influence to see him. friends accompanied the remains front her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. 0'1, Mrs. M. L. McKinney. I I Seventh grade: Estelle Kendrick,
1
!Mrs. Lena Priest, of Waldo, died at
j Be a real I booster and let your position i.J i. the home of her niece, Mrs. L. O..'. Jacksonville bringing quite a numberof Green Sunday. |I Misses Ida and Minnie Bluraa Aileen Surrency, Gertie Johnson,

; be so certain that those who run Johns, here last\ Tuesday at one o'clcfc beautiful floral offerings. A host I Mrs. Mattie Drawdy In on the sick called\ on Mrs. Lillian Dekle Saturday I'I Lois Colley, Paul Knight, Leila Dea

may readPalm Beach Times. ,.In the nfternoon. The remains of friends and relatives assembled. at I list this week. afternoon. I I I Andrews, Pearl Johnson, Jerry
M :; were the depot to escort. the body to its Mrs. Lncey Williams, who has been !Moore June Bullen\ I.oise Hayes
,
UJ.lIOSoj'nus' .* entered in Melrose beside I|i
UK \KI:<; cemetery I I
It. II. S. HONOU HULL
her !Mr, and Mrs. O.
IIIMt l resting place. I Mating I parents,
.1 her husband Arch j I Pearl W. J. Johnson.
Priest who Manning teacher.
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TUFFIC 13 INKVIFAIILK pro- :
... I"I"'J ,'\'ceded her seve Funeral service was conducted Sun I. Dukes, for several weeks, left Mont! January j I I
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ray years ago.
It IK quite apparent that the next day afternoon by Rev. W. T. McGuire day for her home in Darlington, S. C'' On account of the resignation of j I ,
Miss\\ has her --------
|I Mary Thigpen as : Mrs. Dan moved to'i
have pastor of the Christian church Mr. Mr. and Dyal two teachers the sixth undo seventh
session uf the legislature will ,
l Lake Worth
her father Mr. of -Florida East Const
guest Thigpen,
Well and retiringman the Ben Gainey place last week. We'
quiet
t plenty of excitment because of one wax a very grade honor rolls have not been finish '
Issue at I twist that will bo injected Gainesville.Mr. bin courteous( manner making welcome this!. family to our midst. I! ed until this week. They arc as follows railway to start Immediate construction -

and it will be of interest to watch the .' Epperson, Bradford county many friends. IIu leaves to mourn ,I !\Irtl. George Williams, of Trilby, is : 'I of 1300: feet of side tracks In
I sheriff, was a professional visitor( his loss live brothers and sister visiting relatives here.
one |
dodging and hedging that will go on. Sixth grade: Glenn' McMillan, lotal yards.
'I here this week.
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i' and host of friends. Mr. Frank ; .
.1 The railroads and corporations always -I a :
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come in for their share of the Mr. Murrhrc, of Graham, was transacting Wells, of Perry Fla.j; UlnryVells, of

fight and the rapid growth of the business here last Tuesday. Opp, Ala.; I I.. W. Wells, of Lake But

overland transit buxsua has actually Herbert Horn nnd Misters, Misses. ler; Willie Wells, of Jacksonville;
Denial and Mabello, of Graham, were Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, and Mrs.
brought on a light between them andthe ABJ adford /
railroads. Mr. and Mrs. Ben FJrnnnen and Wells was born in Union county
.' in F in business for the I purpose of hauling JrSchool '
pasHcitgeia for prollt do not daughter, Mark, of Jacksonville, were August 2U, 1876 he being/ 111! years of e I I '

,I I 4 vvatih nut they are going to destroy the !guests of Mm.. Hrannen'a mother, nge. '

m I a lot of cimlideiice! nod public suntiini --- Journal
:\Iq", Avey Renforc, of New River,
.' nt that hitherto has been lined .01:101:0: ::
up ,
o spent the week-end with Mr. and MrsII.
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with them. Since the White llus Line _- 'I ---- .
;J ; ., D 1). Kerse.. Lwq' -
l f"r instance, bus been Hold to big In- ( ;: ) n I Mr Trunk Byrd and sister, Miss ,l i .t\.NK: (' \IU'rsn-u:: 1:1: .LII I nCrrrl'r

t I Iriisl< amid, IM controlled by Stone and ,/. :, Fr t; Small r.y rd, of Jacksonville: attended : Editor &iorl: 1.,1010' 't
\\b'"ler, they have been assuming t : MJIKRT M.nl-I.U:: : : /i
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uv' r the average automobile driver \ :: :': 1)r in Dekli- cemetery Sundry, nfternoon. --'--
and moat of them getting IIIIM! f ) 1,' \t:: ;::....;: ) ,liitscball Meeting SCHOOL
are o .,I \ ._ ..l. Miss Josio Bennett left Sunday for OTES'I I roaches and other pc-lIt draws, are
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it. They violate traffic regulations, : ]' Jacksonville where she will finish her During phyycal, education period ': you not a little ashunn, ?! Of course
many times forcing cars to leave the h C- s0....rj -- 0 1 I' course nt Jacksonville Bii'&iess' ; col Wednesday. all tin buys in high school absent There are quite a number of pupils I'i you are. Come on, boys, lee's get together -
from school because
of sickness.
highway to keep from being struck, :
met in Mr. Dowling's room for the and make cleanliness one of
I all ticraUau of tho effort to make time .l lege.Mr There are about ten absent from
O. B. Davis, who U foremanof purpose of orttani/mg a baseball I'our many points.
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and "rather in a few extra dollars ,, ; : of the new railroad being built near team. A HUtncient number favored it High school alone I ___. ______
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.. There( isn't u butter paying! i.orporotinii '. ............-. .iftj! ... hero, spent the day vvitli Mr. and Mrs. to get two tennis DeWitt Scott watl"lll'tt.j 1 i All games are J played on tho
t in the Slain than thu interest* -< I I Kaulci-Hon captain-manager Jim Brown Dr. J. J. Bullen I Is teaching the fifth grounds during J physical education
J. C.
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-> .. ...- I tndo" in the absence of his daughter,
in" ntioi'cd' and since the business. has, .--- The county jail has been completed lie, tieasucrer. I period, 10:30: to 11:00: a. m. Come out.
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heionu, 10 huge, it has reached a'Hr0f'D .A p"J. I J and has been turned over to the sheriffW. It was understood the balance in Isdbel. j SCHOOL-- -- -- ,

)point uherc they will huvu to bo rogu-, ....,..' I S. Brnnnen, Jr. tho basket hall treasury was to be Work on the Hinh school play will ORCHESTRASeveral
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l.itvd 1 b> the Slate and legislation enacted ... ".-- ..j J. M. Rodgers has been appointed used to obtain material. The chamber begin in the mar future. pupils are'trYingLo organize -
| so th-it t they can be controlle I .. .'.-_ -' deputy sheriff and jailor. His family ot commence hUll promised aid and a High School Qichestra. It Is

just rat thi, > ni! inds .are "control! ,l I I will\ move here soon. the buys me contrihut material, The many friend ..I Joe SUtrunk, hoped that the movement will succeed -
mill, ( ,'Jn! Heti .1 a public utility. I ,nth buts who has I'ttn absent
Mr. Clifford Richard, Waycross, as gloves and balU. with a breken for every good high school has
Unites: tli' : it' ,done there Is no tell fin., spent Saturday with his mother, .inn, vvi iI:1 bt tf'ad: tu I,-aria that no will one and<1 we should not bo behind the
I in.. ju-t hurt I'fii, the interests will\ g :'Ir... Lillto be back {
y'p Concrete Work Richard. It 11 ultal l.asebuii weather now, soon in school. !! others.
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| Mr. J. H. 'l'crJ'ell is spending me few .u the b.-j ha',e stalled playing. I I -
I ft" inn' .' l p i 'f the public, they A siuLiful bit backed EXERCISE PERIOD
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I dnys with his daughter in Jackson Iheie is late c.f ite.rial on hand team\
should Imvi. .1 i t i;i eater part in the upkeep of all vlile Mrs. R. L. Brooks.Mr. tinsiNir. for u ,good team. The Luke to the l.f-t ditch by the sch">o1, so -"- ,
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I and ,'.ruction of throad.. n I :Since the Christmas holidays the
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I r | ; I Ernest Wells, a merchant of 1 :ut.cr bu>" two vety kind in givingour ( come on, you slow drags and back
they' use 441,1 I guard thu I lit UtI uf : pupils have been exercising thirty
pee our team and let'IIhow'em I
Ia\vtej: was a recent guo-t of relv boys opposition by playing! against. we are on
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pie with m ire! interest, than over the : minutes every day. This 1 is required
liven here.Knights :
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The busses, coimidcrnur' the number "j i l: & Supplies i tI _._ on I I by state law. The exercise may betaken
team. There i is nut" much
money
I Pi1onkeis they carry, have vet Y 11 of Ku Klux lil"nttend (1:1: hand and it would be nice if Fijom the -students of high school by walking, running, playing.

r I few accidents but it I has been notoi I.I This; in the niro of stone, made t p i Church Service; Present the %own would help us along very some coiiki he picked a cracker jack track' nail and any other games the pupils

''I :t on the Tanipa-Lukfland Highway 0 su by the wider and wider use C.! Pastor '50. way. We need good grounds, mitts, team to send! to Gainesville next I wish to play This' is a very good( law

I eymet.dly;: that the average ninlor, cugiven / Sunday ..,evening; Rev. XV. T. Me- ;:lutes! bats, balls and other equip- month. Though we win only a placer ,I It not only helps the pupils! physically
tliu bus the ro.id anticpate Gum; of the Christian churchat hrt it count their .
or : pastor two as We can it will (cn s
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; ment. There has always! been a lack of encourage I t\'all .._
I it ilcires and from observation of' year, think of concrete construction [, this! place, delivered an eloquent 14, hool spirit in Starke the younger ones.. Let's hear about it. Answer Lat Week's Puzzle
just one bun that His \ Christian to '"
\ traveling over ron<1. and Its lasting ) .. sermon. subjeit was
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one day last week, it took about all ties. Unity Every seat wa filled and Small crowds turn out to: see the For some time the teachers have --. -.-

the libel lie" that were possible, yet O a some .standing. The sermon was games. The boys can't play without been trying/ to set the pupils interested .:U 4PAMA "'I' .oj v.l ,r .

there were no aeddl'nlllVhl1t is coming : D Walks-Floors-Strps I highly appreciated by all present. As encouragement. Then at the game :' in keeping the school !ground and I DE4LLF: i'I '!.fJ. D--I5\! IDADi.

1 If this trallke continues, will be 'n Fences I the choir was about to render theopening there is never enough collection to buildings clean. Boxes have been plac.I ;" ''I.J 1f1 1L f; f:Lt!

that the motor busses. and treighttrucks and Wall of all Kind. song, for the evenim* a number cover the expenses. It would be a j 1 I led around the building in which all 4 J L Ii.i TIM I 'J N A N GI
that charge transportation will of the Cnights of the Ku Klux good l idea< if everybody that could the trash should be thrown. Many of
\ have to build their own system of I We specialize In concrete [ Klan entered and filed down the aisle would coins out and see the next game :: the pupils who eat their lunch at [!I:JI ftv E: (: TO I I Lkdl C

roads, just as the railroads do. Instead work and solicit your Job by : nnd lined up in front of the pulpit. and bring a nickel or' dime to buy anew : school, carelessly throw the paper it ONE TeEA50N '-2YGI

of having the state and countytprovfde : JJ the hour or under, contract The leader presented the minister ball. I is wrapped in whereever they' eat. It I v Y' l' p.j N ,.. N ,TaO .

: their road bed or else add I a cI with a letter which he read before the The Lake Butler team '11'11play\ I would be but little trouble for those A B E "WAYSIDE I5 tl U 5
Editable tax for their I church, after which here Thursday then in '. who do this to throw the I
construction they were invited or Friday about paper in the !
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! I and upkeep. Lakeland Star-Tele Ip Quigley to be seated, which they did and attended two week we will play Gainesville boxes provided. There are also a few
"f gram.Florida'. I the service. This was a letterof high. It would be quite an honor to who eat their lunch in the ichool o I. A c: EAt'LY I J tic ,\

,, I high appreciation they bad for the I beat a team of Galneiville's calibre, building without permission and leave i u.TF.RjcUE.. :: ANNOYNAME' .

t citrus fruit output for [I Starke I energetic labor of the minister for so when the game i is announced let's the rooms in a condition which Is distasteful -I .... Y c.ljJt, ) ECJO'tTfI _
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: loads.reason estimated at 50,000 car I the Master in and around Lake Butler ) everybody turn out and cheer Brad- and unsanitary. You who do I Tti N K E.IDIt oLToBEIZ

__ I D=o=0. 000C and holding up Christ and the ford high to victory. this, when you think of the rats,
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