Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02312
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I Examining Progress of Work Done*
uildingSaturda Ocala Man Will !Marry Popular WashIngton I i The regular monthly meeting of the
Girl. I Opened' In Starke Here by Experiment SStti n. 'I Starke Woman's Club, wan held \Vet%- Started Again
: .a I I 1 I I nesduy afternoon In the club house at
Ocala Dec. 11.-Miss Ethel Hillyer I
Last week a committee of the Southern three o'clock.
During the businessmeeting :
E7ptoding Oil Heater gets tow 1 it Washington, and Thomas Henry I | Rock Shipments Coming; In Permit '' .
Forest Research Council cmposcd
E. W. and C. 1J. Hayes Secure First! : reports were made front the' i
Office .
Damage Light.
Harris, formerly of Ocala and Contractor to Start Work. .
now | ed of Messrs. Page S. Bunker state various
Shipment of Can '01111Yeek.. committees.. !Mrs. T. J. Alderman
law offlc--tJ;; ;; L. Frazee in 'secretary to Congressman Green I I I I forester of Alabama untgomer, Prof. gave a detailed report of her Work wan started llux week I
A will be married at Washington to-1,| The first shipment of Chevrolet Thou. 'D. Burleigh Univcsity of Georgia on
't ostoffice building was slightly cars ; plans for the coming year. She i in completing the short stretch of high
.d3ma Jed Saturday noon when a kero- morrow. The ceremony will be per- I were brought in Thursday by the Athens, Dr. Austin 'ary anti! very enthusiastic over her work as i WilY near Highland after H delay of
furmud at the home of the bride's Hayes Chevrolet Company the latest E.: N, Munns U. S. Forestry Service
aeh.l chairman of Education
t eater exploded setting fire to and the club' nearly three weeks due to shortage
tJl. Icrior. Prompt action' on the 1 brother Edward L. Hillyer, vice presl- addition to Starke's automobile agencies. Washington. C., R. D. Forbes dl- |'I feels quite sure she is !going tl! get of rock and breakdown of rand equip.s -
dent of the Union Trust
Company The salesroom will rector of Southern Forest Experiment:
v..wf the fire department i preventedtbifflames be temporm- favorable results tn her plans she i mom used by Contractor Whitney oil
the Rev. J. S.
Montgomery of
Calvary ily located in the Station Now Orleans
from breaking through the building next to and Prof. having a "study elans" so those who thin work.
wiljjtto adjoining offices and the' Methodist of the church house.Conflressnlan who in trW" chaplain the Gaiety Tbnatre, and will be used Scott, Vnlvursity of Florida Experiment I wish to read some of the best |>ro ent Assurance has been given the stateI
damage wax confined to the one suite until u permanent location is secured. Station, spent several days in day writing may do so at a small I I road department that rock shipments
Green will be best man. A full 'tine of the different models this section with Mr. Lenthal ''cost
of Wyman She has
holmoin damage was the walls of Mr.: arranged so that the i will be delivered daily to tht eontrao.
t e ffice and to the furnishings 1 .., editor Harris of is the son of Frank Ilur1 Chevrolets will be handled, and a service w ho has i hargc of the station here. 1' high school students, may use those i, tor mid with such shipments coming
the Ocala and
r C Jwere covered by insurance. Mrs/ Harris. He has been Banner living inI maintained.and repair d..parnlent11\ be of tho! (}hethalx otthuxoutltrcexranltlr I club books library.as they A are book to be shower given to WIIH the i, in fil regularly Highland the withinlttheonextpfew

SlOl'XTI'I! :' CONKED- I Washington for the past year. The firm is composed of E. \\". flow of gum, therefrom. The committee given to the club at this meeting and 1 days.
DERATE :MEMORIAL COINAGE, Miss Hillyer ia the daughter of the Hayes of Starke and his brother C. 'expressed t their entire sVtisfuctlon as librarian she will list these with tho i .-_____
|Into] Judge Hillyer, who many years B. Hayes of Gainesville, general mnn. over, the progress of the work books the club tins now. The club appreciates A ill IIIUTE: FliOM 1 A FKIKNH:
ix years have passed since the'1' was a leading, citizen;/: of Ocala ger. It i Is not known as yet what the experiment! being conducted on her untiring t-fforta wry 10 MRS. 1\\II 10:. LKWM:
Northfcnd;: South fought out the four and a warm personal friend of Editor site they will select for a garage, but the turpentine farms operated by much.
y.arilbtrugglc of 1H01-63.; The bit- .Harris. Cards announcing the engage. their plans call for the erection of a Messrs. 1 I.. 0. Powell of SUuko and Gud's llolj Angel has ngaln visited -
th-e-,. during the war and throughout i ment and wedding were |issued| by Mrs. modern garage and service station. I R. If. Si ah i of San.pron City. The Community song books were presented 1 us und earned uwuy this time

rf lie{ruction years has pxssd.he 'j,I Frederica Ilillyor,-mother of the bride. ffft th., weathi- hint u_, nn'n the n__ .\1..1.1._n. nf__ ,, Knllrl1t.to Sh.the..club with by her Mrs........n.41 D. "..E..w.I the spirit of our beloved friend, Mr.
outh Jefferson Davis BERT AMES! gum is. another Ivuh Kppvrsun: Lewis to dwell In tho
under point
i WALKER\ AMES U. a record 18' have ; ;
S. mile I it
1 r gb'Jfor its constitution) rights. :, SAILOR :Mr. Bert Ames passed away Thursday being ni.'le, daily weaUu .<.. tal|I i I he possible for the hooks to 1 city of eternal pence and happiness,
UbPorth under Lincoln fought to I I IPi" I I __ ( noon at the home of his brother i being mode from the station maintained i', much purchased.bettor Club singing puts a the heaven .prupured for God' ace

!'!. the Union. i I'i i Walker Ames 24 year old! vice- D. I. Ames who lives a short distance II by Mr. Wyman. This work Is val Biggs spirit Into the mvutinu.Mrs. children.
1 went of town. Mr. Ames hnd unblu in reported tht she hail' With her mother Mrs. L. 0.
stigma of "traitor" and "reb. president of the Southern Realty company that it tends to conserve the' the Xmas Epper
I on of been in bad. health for sometime and | timber Seals to sell If she sells son, her two sons. Henry and A. J.
& to i longer heard part of the Lake Worth, died early Sunday supply hy using modern fifty dollars ,
North'Japplied to the leaders of the morning at Good Samaritan hospital bad been confined to his bed for two methods of boxing worth tho t ta school guts 1 her pastor, and one or two of her clan<
Southland the confederate soldier in West Palm Beach of acute ap-/ mo.iths. -.;----- I pair of scales, a thing very Important friends by her bedside, at nine ii'tlotk ..
instead; >)> the broad-minded citizens 1 1 Ptnpughout < Funeral services will beheld /f The funeral services will be held at !lV''Ol'C! SKALS" to every school.! EveryoneIs 1 Tuesday evening, November 21th.
| the nation are now inter-I! nt the Christian church Wcdnes. the farm home of D. I. Ames Saturday FROM WOMAN'S cum urged to buy from her. In Unit W:1Iher! : spirit peacefully departed
"ted.jjn building upon Stone MVun-di'1| morning/ and. burial will be in Pine morning Rt ten o'clock. Pro Tucker nay one may feel as though they lire 1 to answer the cull of her Heavenly!
doing double
fj lliiuy'everlusting; memorial to the Crest' cemetery. He Is' survived by of the Presbyterian church, will Help i the Bradford County High duty. Father.Mrs. .
caJ r.Jot the Southern soldiers. I Pearl and Irving Ames of Lake Worthhis conduct the funeral serlvce after School to win a $10.ID( net of scales and Mrs. Clark, gave her report on school Lewis was horn at Starko,
I SNoirJwe see an act passed by un- I wife and brother, and'I D. I. Ames which the interment will be at Crosby menaurei You can do this by buying inspection Her plans for betterment Florida, October ttlrd.: 1888. her
*nlmou" vote by the United States j his father, of Starke Fla. Ames was cemetery. Chrlntmas seals from the Woman's'' of conditions in the building are very father died whoa she was a snrill

Congress' authorizing the minting of a member of the American Legion, the I INJURED: IN AUTO ACCIDENT Club or one of the school teachers. A : interesting. Already she has accomplished child. At the age of five years she
s half dollar coin in honor of the mem. I MoryfofHhe and during the war was in the I $!r>0. : soldier of the South. I naval service at Key West.-Lake i Hebron ;' must be sent in by one pernon olso our Four new members wenvoted upon' 'Ida, to make her h"me. After conu r
Thajcoln bears on its face the full I Worth Herald Nov. 2rd. Underhill was struck by an ichool wil I not gut the scales. and accepted into the club. Their plating I high school she attended Mronau -
lilnmesatof General. Robert, E. Lee I} GREEN. automobile of the Saturday night at the corner I Mr .K. .L. Biggs/ I name being! :Mrs Kenehloe, Mrs. Wnsdm College taking the literary courso
andlStonewall Jackson mounted on MARKETA. Bradford County Bank, I Chairman Woman's" Club Miss Brown and !Miss Calhoun.; 'and Bpcclullng In vocal music. living
tfe.l..Vhoraes and the inscriptive me- H. Green being thrown to the pavement with --. !Mrs. T. J. Griffin; gave a special\ reared in a consecrated Christian
& Son have such '
Mortal to the valor of the soldier of the opened ameat force that he was rendered un- DcLand-An embargo against all report on the Trl.coiinty meeting hold home she gave her heart, and life to
market in their
.. tb'-IfIt is an acknowledgment of store in the { .'gre test military leaders this ,I IfW. northern line of part of town and will carry office for treatment and laterto dared, by the Atlantic Coast Line, according '; organized committees, to beautify the Htiptitit\ Church of iiartow when she
a Western and Florida his homo
countryjha ever produced and an ,and, other meats where he recovered sufficiently to a report made to the Comm county highways 'was twelve years of uge. She lived a
evidence that their character and their ,, will /goods. An experIenced to bP out again Sunday < rrlal dub hero by Earl Brown, sec !\I I'M. T J. Alderman" also gavo a 'sweet chrintinn life and was an earnest -
genulsjare! the glory of the whole cuttre be employed and. Walter fummings, colored driver "I't..ry" manager, and G. A. Ureku, special report on the Green Cove' worker, In the church having been
country)and not of the South alone. announce of fine the beef securing cattle of a large number of the car was held in jail until the member u committee wliicji:,! eon- ''' Springs meeting. They were favored 'director of tho choir for many year
for condition '
'II| Ved through those years of war their| customers' supplying of :Mr. Underhill was de- i'1-rij ,\ Ilh railroad officials' yeslerua. with an international speaker of the Ilcr's was a rare sweet soprano voice
and .construction and must confess want tt'rml ed." hen he was releanucl. dll I Ii women's clubs. which would. tiilUA livnllirKfr t nf* toms,

t hall I(never was fully reconstructed r 'i This being an educational meeting ;and wealth on thu stage, but sho wisely)
4U>tU. frltfa unprecedented in history act I Iofteongresa -I'I .Mrs. Alderman was given charge of chose to give her bout talent freely

was Daseed.trhe j the program. tj her church and to her savior. Wa
; half dollar coin sell for one dol- !Mr. John Powell) sang two beautiful | vill sadly miss her sweet voice here,
Ia.-th!premium of fifty cents applied | ''uJffffWnurttfnl selections. Thu program committee ,,but we know that oven now she I U In
tSJfTVing upon the face of Stone ,, was very fortunate in securing, a I j the Heavenly Choir singing joyful an.
Mountain an unperishable memorial.. most interesting speaker for the I.fh'rnuon. I j thorns, of praise to her Heavenly Father. -
irilhonpr'of the soldiers of the South. ITbi i She being a state worker '!' .
design of this enduring monolith II Ii i iiali ,many, people are familiar with Miss 'I I)I Not only will she be mixed by the
I fpromote the ends of peace na- llrogdcn'n work. She stressed the choir and the church t but by the large
ttTnaU'mity. reconciliation and thejpfrij I. aching of reading\ which she nays is circle of friends to whim.: she had en-

( fJ>rotherhnod. I ttn sadly neglected in tho school room. cleared herself. She was deservedly
4Rrest nt herding was one of the. Her work is to try and help the popular with all by reason of her un.
flrtf! lye his enthusiastic support i 'rahY leneherH find a better way of teaching selfish Christian life and her willinglii -
great enterprise. |I .. Y Q I I the various subjects In each grade. >ss to do hor bit always to brighten

itM- ; Rouselvelt said of Robert.Re / s Three outstanding needs of educu- t to dark places in life for others, and,
: i will undoubtedly rank the| t ...J N ih t '''II ware dincused. They being, con- to give freely of her talented vidce on
9atea of all great captains the Eng-i! ..., d'''rlltion of smaller schools, an all occasions, alike in her social circles -
.: rl esking people have brought cii'ht months term and supervision and In her church work. Her
I Io ) .III s'-huols. I pnpulnrtiy was attested by one of the

Temple Graves wrote "There )I Sho is heartily Infavor of club women largest and most beautiful display of
.Wffl i .b.t.'ftO. monument In all the world I IIts i as an organization giving much loral offerings ever seen In the city,
th1.r<>"r monument to the Confed-i .of their time to educational work. /id bv the large concourse of friend.

ef Uydead" j Florida in coming to the front and attending' the Impressive funeral ser
) Congress this coin is giv- < must! think seriously of her schools, In''vice In the 1 First Baptist Church con-
4I1t.'unllraltad legal value. So each half >IdW14io'tt I order to cope with the great demands ducted by her pastor, fir J. S. Mnr-
you buy for one dollar ? ,i made of her. i I In, using an his text 1 Cor. 1312.
1 ,u;: a half dollar legal tender' I The hosttCHscs of the afternoon ser1'ii'd 1 'Now we see through a glass darkly,
The i premium paid for Con I r delightful refreshments of coffee, 'but then face to fare."
| )femorial half-dollars are I Iductlbl.'from landwiches and tea. I[ He said' in part, that this great text
< individual income inn I K 'i [I.was rich In comfort;; Jesus synipathli..ed .
J ald1'ilr federal tax returns. W7eV1. CONGRESSMAN GREEN" : STILL IN with the weeping Mary and, Mar.
tF pntyeporte i of cairmen throughout'E'joridaIffsee FIGHT ON TAX MEASURE: I I ha, find ho sympathizes with us. The
that all classes in our -- ._. ? I Washington Dee. 12.-Congresn- great mystery s.t4tN'lotthern' as well as" Southern, mill Green of Florida, who has lawn lever he fuly understood In this life
a$i buying the coin. Many towns al- '| ? : "mealed in the actual work of legislation but Eternity will reveal that all was
rfSdy.report, their quota subscribed, j A1'kI 1 on the fluor of the souse for only test in God's; Infinite plan. '
rFt la
and'lfnl..veral) cases over-subscribed. w !l sr "' 1'I.k. and who launched u vigorous

t 3tark.'..quota is 750 coins I plan to save Florida's. constitution 'Let us be ,patient,! theo seven af
:,&!'Pour chairman I especially denstr I '''pi.vision relative to the federal Inheritance flictions f

( to report our quota taken in full. I tax law informed the Tribune Not from, the ground arise,
'\/Duif{:reputation as a thriving little correspondent today that when But oftentimes celestial benodlctlont
cfeya *I.t stake. We do not want T i I 'hi' 'lull reached the stage where assume tills dark disguise.We .
1o.snffer.ihe; humiliation of defeat inI I ti 'amendments are to he offered ho will

thl splendid memorial Idea. I continue his fight along this line."I see but dimly tnrough the mints

.' JAJ1 &societies, churches lodges, can think of nothing more important and vapours
llOaI'd 1D'ltrade. realtors, school and to our people," Mr. Green said, Amid these earthy damps;
every Individual citizen old and young "dav, "than to fight as I have been What seem to its but sad, funeral
an urged) to cheerfully cooperate when I Illad ; : '''t'l nt- for the last two days. While I In | tapirs' ,
-iby the authorized sponsors. I Ir1tt L I .ilix.-, that probably all the amend. I| May hi heaven's distant lamps
|The time chosen to rush the sale of t ,m its I propose to offer will bo voted
'lpatI t1lOm December 18th to 24th } town., I expert to lIuhmlt .them oven n that great cloister's stillness sad
"" '" ,if 'h" majority does throw them out. seclusion,

bung Iwt'os suggested hv the I| VIr' Green has been severely erltl'il By guardian angel led
BUS".ta"i of the Confedracy and 1tr"J .. < and ridiculed f during the last day rare: from temptation safe from sin'
authorized aidpointej: to sal .> t two' ., liy certain house members who! j I pollution
t ll'an as follow: I i rna i agree 'vith him on his position, I Shu lives whom wo call daad
':' JClill..t3ont's.; Harriest Bitch :Mrs. pellully by Congressman Win go, of j I

., t _Davie, helper.Vlotlnja \rkarisas. Tender rcferoenoe was maJ to ho' ,
'" '' Weeks Hazel Middleton. The later ont only belittled the place In the choir left vacant but

:,1drL;. JMIrHrownee,. helper. x '/outi" Floridian In debate but marked by a beautiful floral harp from
?-VIFlor\M Andrews Mary Canova. launched a vigorous attack generally the members i her choir a* an ix
Mn..OeOlrllte C White, helper. ( ,on the' unprecedented prosperity that presslon/ of their love. As he lopk
Z.udlleMitchell 1. Elizabeth Andrews. tw. ,is now prevalent throughout Florida ppr..rillt.lvely| of her loyalty and] do-
.1II..r1.M""lvarez.. ? helper. '4.etualall: cheerfully help put our i 'immended for entering this fight <-*- greater service in the new church
\\jnot .!rand thereby gain a fine ad. in < mlly In view of th fact that he has Gilding Just ciinpletad, and In which
vefrtlpement for Starke. a. I II n"en here only a very short time. she was not permitted to worship onsacrount
\ 1it' c. L. Peek, ChairmanI I I (t H learned that other members of of her serious illness of her
I Appo 1 it I by the Governer for Starke. I Ift' the Florida delegation will) confer nthuslaum !In encouraging donationso
.-- Monday! and lineup for a general fight Insure tho early Installation of anew
1 Lindenlale-Joe A. Spaoch, when the bill reaches the amendment pipe organ, and then of the
ba.ooMuctOl" on i the F. E. C. railtoadlrbdwaa point. month of painful Illness which she I

injured Saturday night suffered with such sweet Christian pa
I i w>kaalaosl switch engine exploded Tallahassee-New paper "Florida Hence and submission to OoJ's will.

$ U ,
I t I. editor of "Tallaha the large audience.
ales Democrat.
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a-o 88-88881! 52525Z5dsZSd52st'.5 i58"I tion. Lois Edwafcis gave us a very
interesting reading about conversa- I

tion. We earned not to tak about our
: Bradford High School Journal own interests and above all not to I

,i tell the same joke several; times to i Orange and Black
the same person. Think (if possible) ,
r -. ---. before you speak and try not to speak

J EUGENE Editor-in-Chief MATTHEWS SAMMY Aeaadate BTERNBERG Editor OWEN Alhlrtle GltiVFIN.Bditor WILLIAM Joke DUNCAN Edit., I about the first thing that comes into Tea Room

your mind, and try and be tactful.
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Saturday, December 12 >I :Newspaper Club.

::1 9:00, a. m., First Methodist Church I At our last meeting David! Moore SUNDAY: LUNCHEONCream : ,
;$ 'J Adult Leaders' Meeting. ]I was assigned to write on "School of Tomato Soup I
!9:20: Song Service :Mr. Mell.: i il I Lunches" Ruby Prescott was as Cheese Wafer "I

0ir:: Devotional Period. signed "A Practical Christmas Spi-it" Birches Salad
0:50: "The Boy and His Girl Friends", and Junior :McDonnell "Health Tag I
Mrs. L. R. Renolds, chairman Girls' Contest. Fried Chicken Baked Ham

[}i Work Committee, Jacksonille, Y. \V.. ;{) \ Corn Fritters Green Peas .
[iC}i C. A. I The Literary Club. Buttered Beets

J = 10:10: Discussion period. Theme, G The Literary Club met in :Miss '
; Orange Short Cake Whipped Cream o-
.tp and the New
"The Florid Older Boy Brown's room Friday morning at dt.J
GG Florida", Led by Fenner E. King, Sec. physical education period. Coffee .,
..._ .. = rotary Boys' Division, Jacksonville Y. We have learned Christmaspoem J
g grc'i7'i7' '
.i.iI ig M. C. A. "Just 'fore Christmas," by Eugene ,
tatasvsa osac sasas[ ; 11:00: "Boys Across theVorld, ; '>i5i'. I Fields which was given by Miss >' i
I E.: Slmonds, V. I Fruit Salad :MayonaSsa Dressing/
J. general secretary
STAKKE REPRESENTED AT ; tra stamps were put on and the mail Hazel Middleton just before the pre- .
M. C. A. Havana, Cuba. Baked Chicken!!
OLDER HOYS' CONFERENCE:, went merrily on. No one knew about sentation of the Club's play "Frank -
11:35: :; Group conferences. it except the postmaster, und ho was '''I' Glyn's Wife" or "An American Harem Southern Baked Virginia Ham "

Tho following boys left Friday afternoon 12:18: Conference photograph. I pledged not to tell, but the day ," at the assembly. All the parents Sweet Potato Souffle ..

Dec. 11, to attend the older Afternoon Session Chapman died and his secret is out. and frineds were Invited and we Spinach Timbales
r : boys' conference held at Madison: Cecil 2:00: Singing led by Mr.: M ll. I II Wo are giving the Christmas spirit a I hope they enjoyed it.

t\ Whitehead, Owen Griffin, Joseph.j I, 2:15: Devotional period. chance and It will'.suggest dozens oi The cast was as follows: Cranberry Conserve .
% MalpnJoseph Thomas and Milvin: L 2:30: "Problems of Boys Who Work" ways in which everyone can, by spend- Frank Glyn-Owen Griffin. Pumpkin Pie Lemon Pie

rat- Futch and Jimmie Brownlee. Thi! Edwnrd Coward, Pros. Employed Boys Ing a little, buy for others a wealthof Frank's Wife-Natalie!! Marciony. CoffeeAutomobile
? conference lasted throrgh: Friday and I Brotherhood Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. happiness. Gertie (Frank's cousin)-Edna Man
':. Saturday, and was attended by dele 2:45: "Physical Education as Promoted Let's all join together and be hap. ning.
} gates from the leading high schools f by the Y. M. C. A., I C. Moyer, py and make others happy during this Stella (Frank's sister)-Florence
of the northwest section of the state director physical education, Jackson Christmas season. A(drews.
In the contest held at the conference e I I vllle, y M. C. A. Ruby Prescott, 'Newspaper Club Norah (the maid)-Grace wood.
Orlando: won the loving cup with 02.1 I 3:30 Report of Commissions. Reports Ed Ashbury-Wilbur Marshburn.Mrs. .
I j per cent. Jacksonville came second I; of Group Conferences. Lunches For School Children.In \ Glyn-:Marv Canova.
> ,' 4:00: Recreation. :Mass Games. .
; ana Starke ranked third with 86.8 per instances today little at- License TagANNOUNCEMENT
i 7:00: Banquet at Hotel Madison. many FHE'5IDIESIJJeST:
cent. This content was based on,",| tention is given to the preparation of SEATS

distance traveled, participation in the I t-'RESHMEN WIN CONTEST OF __ the school lunch. In preparing the Educators, after careful study have

I program discipline., number of delegates sent I BUYING HEALTH SEALS lunch the mother sometimes gves the found that most seats in schools are
and I child what has been left from the not the right height for their respective
The following officers of the oldeiboys' r Three groups Freshmen Juniors former metal, us this is the easiest occup nts.
I conference were elected: Sophomores and Seniors entered into a way; without taking into consideration The greatest mistake made in schools -

't t, I I'rnldent-fdward: Wade, Madison,' contest for buying the same allotment 0 importance of having the kinds 1M that of having the seats too high. By The State ComptrollerThe
First President Marshal '
'F1" !, Jacksonville.! Vice Toylor f; of health seals Wednesday at of building material needed for the I This cause of pressure under the knees
.. 10:30.: The winning group( was to re- body. which interferes with the nerves
Second Vice President-Owen Grit'j celve five dollar for seals from the The school child's lunch must con. I and blood, vessels causing discomfort

if fin, Starke. { high school teachers. By 2:30: Wedi taro the necessary food elements; I and restlessness. If the seat be a
: i .' Secretary and Treasurer Mac :Me' i nesday p. m, the freshmen had won. proteins, fats minerals, starches, and little too low it is of no consequence Official Agent for Bradford Countyto
Cullen Blounetown.J .
:! These seals were sold only among sugar. but It Is a serious matter if the sent
,t ;1 Orlando.Assistant Secretary Mr. Godfrey"' members of each group. The enthusiasm Too often the school lunch contain! be a fraction of an inch too high. Too make local delivery of License Tagsis

I I i I of the .students was commend nothing but starch and little fat. Always high a seat pushes a person and makes
,'I At Below this convention is the program carried ou t I able. They all wished to have a sharein put into the lunch somethinggreen. him want to slump in his seat whichis Mr. C. A. Futch Whose office is loca
At 1 stamping out tuberculosis and alsoin Use lettuce in sandwiches, puta bad posture.
4 ,1 Friday, Dec. 11. obtaining the forty dollar scales tomato or a couple of stalks of eel Upon learning! this the freshmen ted at City Hall Starke.
;+: I 1 3.00 Madison Registration HeadquartersHotel -- given a* a prize for our school. ery, and some fruit in the lunch every I have r.djusted our seat; to the right I ,

.' here Junior McDonell, Newspaper Club. day. Also put vegetables as much as height. Each seat will be one fourth
6:00 and
: Delegate register secure .
I possible as they ,supply minerals. A of the person's height..
home assignment CAMPUS MUDDY cup of hot chocolate or soup tastes :Merrill Struth, Newspaper Club.
"" Opening Session-Public Invited, al t The campus has been so wet and mighty good when cool weather comes Freshman Fixes Drinking FountainsThe WARNING There is no other AUTHORIZED

First Methodist. church. muddy for the last week that about I along. It Is a simple matter to pro-
7:15: Song Service, led, by Rober t the only sport that could be indulged vide this with the aid of u thermos Freshmen, having done many
tI I E. Mall, General. Secretary, Y. M.: C In with success was. swimming. This bottle. things to improve the appearance of Agencies for Bradford County

A., Daytona licuch. however, was enjoyed by many who I' David Moore, Newspaper Club., their room, are now becoming inter
7:45: Devotional period R. C. Beaty,,I simply could not resist the .shlmmer- ested In helping to improve the school the above don't be misledN.
Associate student Y. M. C. A. Secretary j'' Ing pools of water, and, would play on GEN; ERA L INSTRUCTIONS building in general.! One of the members except so

I University of Florida. I the edges, often with surprising results FOR JOURNALIS1S of the freshman class, Merton
8:00: Organization: of Conference. which added grealty to the' I Clark, has succeeded in fixing the
Election of officers, appointing! coo merriment of the spectators and to The members of the NewspaperClub I drinking fountains so that the water .
I / good B. -- Take your Title Certificate and License Card with you when you go (for \.ur
mittces, announcements. the discomfort of.the participants. writing were given and some they very hope to pointsfor keep I rises high enough that' one may drink new License. Tag. Evidence of Title Certificate mUll be ihown. If car was operated in >I.> i
8:30 "Why We Are Here, Chandler .
Stith Starke. I I HOLIDVYS DRAW NEAR these instructions in mind when pre- I placing the mouth very before December 1 I5 the Tag License Number for 1925 mnil alto be ihown or the unpaid I'.'<
I I near the fountain as was formerly
be collected when 1926 License i. iuued.
\ License Tag
paring their articles for our school mutt
4 8:43 Address Dr. Lee White Pastor
'. : : necessary. We thank you, Merton.
t Riverside Baptist church Jacksonville Already the students are beginning ,paper. Some of these points were: .
to count the days until the Christmas lie accurate, terse fair in reporting
The Legislature has Authorized This Convenience and the Com
vacation. But, Christmas means more anything that has occurred.
INA than vacation to us, it also means Accurate writing presupposes accurate B. II. S. BuulR jtroller hat provided it in each County. Patronize the Locr
mid-term examinations. The holidays observation and clear thinking. ;
Agency and make it a success.ERNEST .
: .Jt' arc like a slice of cake, and the exams Read your own and other papers. m ti75757S2S25Z525252525c 5Z5525p5i!

I, ; i I like a dose of medicine; you know you Watch names Don't be afraid to ask Grace-I have a splinter under
I ,' .' u.g I mutt take the medicine before you how names are spelled. What you my finger. AMOS, Comptroller

can eat the cake. But the cake is thing is Smith may be Smythe.: Re- Edna-I told you not to scratch
/Rood: after all. member that "a good; reporter gets your head.
l 1ti .OJI the stories he is sent after; a first. :>: : ..;;- ; "
class reporter !gets stories that he Jimmy-Do big fish eat sardines ?

I The article on community spirit, in Isn't sent after." Clevy-Of course. j
lust week's paper may well be applied Keep your eyes open for feature Jimmy-How do they get them out
to the High School. Does High School story possibilities. Cultvate a feeing of the cans?
Spirit mean that each student should i of personal responsibility for every- *
r ---- sacrifice. himself, neglecting ,his own thing you write. Lines of football men remind us, ,,0

,personal and educational improvement Sammy Sternbern. That we too can push and shove; r
IV'iIlio" common good of the school or Newspaper Club. And departing; leave use
,does. it mean that each student should -- Footprints on anothers
Editor Not t_ Through epeeiel '1'0ran..m.nt strive his You :May Wear A Small Hat And mug. 1 1 tO:.1 ;;: .(Iti< >1>' C":.>'''." ':-:'-: :"' 4It: ,
with Th. Educational Book. Co.. to make work the best he t
..... ... ,. Still Have Big Mind. David at lunch stand-Do
N. Y this n. now cite Ita read.t a ( youserve
.... tola Intareetlne feature. "QUIZ", can, taking more pride, but less conceit v
belnf.strata make
fish here?
t 1 I1 shipments
can -
from that book., enilnreatt by Euaene in it, and, in that way help to raise Some people have large brains and you
O. Director of Extonalon Proprietor! -Certainly, we cater toeveryone.
Olbn.y. Ao.
the standard of
the school whole?
an a have small
some brains, but the av.
UvlUw. New York Board of Education Direct
i Thiteo puailoa will b. found Intellectual, l u I believe that true high school spirit I erage American brain weighs about to
well aa Inatruotlvo. T is more of the latter feeling, with
43 ounces. :Miss Florence-A new germicide is
'uazle! No. 21 some of the former included. The student Calvin Coolidge has a small head called hexbrecornical. points on the lines

'-.. A Menial. .Cold Show r. should not neglect his! studies, al I size of his hat is 7 18. Wm. Taft I Jessie-Waat a shame! You can't
"/.'viMM jl'fc. .J. though doing so might enable him to wore size 7 5.8 and a number of other find a cross-word puzzle big enough of the Southeastern -:
Re-arrange these figures, so that put more time on athletics or some- noted mew had small hats. to fit it.
,*eh line totals 46. thing else to make a name for the The brain of Turgtnief, a noted IJORephI Express Company.
'-Z4<-.-18-2,. school. On the other hand ho should Russian novelist, weighed 74 ounces. ,, see someone has suggested -
JA '0_ =88.ae not spend all of his time, selfishly the heaviest ever examined, and the a statute for the man who invented
a 22-32-26- 4 X30 :34-tar 5* trying to win a name and fame for brain of Walt Whitman a noted Amer- rubbev th'es.Wouldn't Route Shipmentsthe

"14"-- -20--">10** himself, that he forgets his school, ''van poet only weighed 4:>.3 ounces. So a bust be more suitable? your
+4 and his duty toward it and others. Wilbur-I pity the nearsighted
Puzzle No. 22 you see you may wear a small hat and peo-
Easy to MemorizeA High School Spirit has another still have a big mind. ple in school, they work themselves to fastest way

duel was fought In Texny phase. The student should alaways Allen Long, Newspaper Club. death.
Alex Shott and John S. Nott. It think carefully of the example he is *----- Joseph :M.-Why?
r is reported'that Nott was shot and setting for those younger than he. BRAIN THROBS Wilbur-They con't see when the
Shott was not. He should conduct himself in the way teachers looking and have to keep
No doubt it Is better to be Shott he would wish others to act. I always tought I' d like to be studying all the time. 1fLtYj
t than Nott. A senior full of dignity;
Again High School Spirit is shownin
There is a rumor, however, that the way the school building and And have my knowldege spouting Headline in paper: Schools will observe .
Nott was not shot, though Shott I grounds are kept. The Like a Spring from out the earth. Education week. :No doubt just
proper spirit
admits he shot Nott, which suggest for a change.
.t, either that the shot Shott means" a proper pride in those things. I
longed to with around
shot at Nott was not shot, or that Each one should do his best to keep And the gaze scorn ,, :Miss Brown-Where do 'have
k, Nott was shot notwithstanding. I the place in order and, without deface frown scare; with a the most difficulty in making you a 1 \ f
It may appear when the trial ment. speech.
that the hot Shott shot Thus To have my spoken word its equal
comes on we see that true High School
shot Nott accidents with firearms Weight In gold be worth. Owen-In my knees.EvaSomething .
t or as Spirit means pride In our own work,
are not uncommon, it is quite I pride in the work of others but is
But I've school onJoxep'i Bf marking year<<" np'ao. shipments vie Southeastern E>- A
possible that the shot Shott shot now run my high *
F greater pride in the accomplishmentof lal:>as' mind. pies and indicating the transfer point, you can secure fast p,
Shott himself, when the whole affair
race, '-"l:
j the school as! a whole. Flol't'ree--Don't worry it will die direct service to points on the-Unas of the Southeastern Bm-
would resolve !itself''stn
lu. And hold a seniors well earned placeI Company.For .
Grace Wood Literary Club. of starvation plus
,. original elements, and S. t would try to show my knowledge _
be shot, and Nott would be not. The Practical Christmas. Spirit. But I seem to be a bore. Cl.\ren..e--Timn J lave certainly further information relative. to routine and methods of
We think, however, that the ch inged. Indicating transfer point, addrea
The Freshmen
t hot Shott hot shot not Shott but class in developinga
Nott, though it U still hard, to be real Christmas spirit. They are Oh, how I long for ignorance)II'tI : Gerald-I'll when say so. It used to begat Sootnetatern Express Company A
certain who was shot and who was trying to be happy and" make every rather like to be a dunce, a mat was run down he Jacksonville. Florida
not. one about them happy To be a happy, carefree, careless, took a tonic, but now he takes an
I $olation..f Last Wicks. PO..I.II_pui. Every Christmas for twentyfiveyears Freshman just' once more. nnibulince.Bus'er .
lie No. IS. Hint a tong of Chrtitmai.: A .
......n full of ch..r. Four-and-lwenty happjr several hundred people In foreign (visiting farm; )-No wonderthese SOUTHEASTERNExpress
h e hour*-coon the? will ee .h.r.. When lands have had a more joyful
rear ._kln''. opeitfii. Ok what fun lh>r.. I pigs grunt, somebody twisted
holiday because of the simple deed of
will to. All the .,ft. and pr.nr Ih.n.... I 3Reports From their tails.
You will love to !... Puaila No. 1 t, .Una one American of whom they never 4
L ..!>,.. Poll No. an, Halld. .. ;
heard. Silas Chapmiin of Hartford, Notice: If anyone sees something
The Sand flrM" your flv*.n aolutioni.w.r. t.meaivad this n.w.par.'n r'p' ."rt I would ask ' of pu lea will receive tan eredlta: when I letters 'and packages addressed by B. H. S. Bunk give it to a memberof
Btwh winner bat obtained. Ion" erwulta hawill immigrants to relatives. and friends the staff. We can't promise you
be entitled to a "QUIZ CLUB" buttoner I.
pin ego eredita will entitle the winner overseas were held up because (here I etiquette 'Iu that it will go over as we have some =' .
t. I to __.va.n attractive prima and alai was not postage on them, each year Our meeting Friday December 11, strict censors; but why not try?
bare hi* name printed .. Ue koaot roB. he paid twenty dollars or so, the ex. was given to the study of conversa- (Continued on page 7.)






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Railroad asks permission to construct Habitual Constipation Cured ('
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS r 216 miles new railroad in Florida. In 14 to 21 Days ..
News of Florida in SJiort Paragraph TIUAL REVIEW "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": Is a specially- I I f MAY IIAVE .
Pensacolo-1100-acre tract on Sen. prepared SyrupTonlc-Uixutlve for HabitualConstipation.
e e e I e $I .
j ir Boulevard eastward from here, purchased It relieves promptly and
Panama City-Plans completed for" by Los Angeles interests should be taken reilulurly for 14 to 21 day PELLAGRA
FT: erection of new Hotel Sherman to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and -

r I -. Frostproof-Babson Park Golf and Regulates. .Very Pleasant to Take. ttUcoer
Live State News I Lonstruction AND
Sarasota- begun on Yacht Club completing plans $1000- bottle. NOT KNOW IT

causeway across Little Pass. IIIRLIfIWIIIPTO'llIII.' .r........,
000 clubhouse .
A TONIC liMMrk (........, d>."..01..... .fcort.1" -
flue ***.**. ... ..
West Palm Beach school r.l. feel ?
-$1,800,000 .
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Frostrprbof-District votes $80.000 Qrove'a er reach ...1..
bond Issue proposed. Tasteless chill Tonic restores t."srimsr .....tl,...
\ TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES I bonds, to build new school and repair Energy and Vitality by Purifying and .".u.. dlank ee. 1.... .f motkrrla.1 i..s. ,_.
lI or w.i.... .. .... .. ...,
old building. t d/ ..._,.. ..
, -_ .- --. -- -- I., Tuvares assured-New $250,000 hotel practically i Enriching the Blood. When you feet its ........., ......., ..........,. with te.e .r
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Sl'bring-Sebring Citrus Growers'Association strengthening invigorating effect see howIt Y.. do .D' kaea klt ...... .. ..
Fort Lauderdale-Joe A. Spaoch, the sentence inflicted on me by the Punta Gorda-Plans making for to ship 60,000 crates of brings color to the cheeks and howIt tore is .: if -,

I freight conductor on the F. E. C. rail- federal government, I will direct the erection of new $30,000 Plaza Theater. oranges this season. Improves the appetite you will then I PBI.I.AdHA.hays a.r : 5k.Mr::.V'f'III.rHRK: : II,,\: t ,
road, who was Injured Saturday night governmental affairs of Florida from I appreciate its true tonic value. "Tlllfl STOHV ear PKI.LAfinA.. ;' will
when local switch engine exploded, the federal penitentiary," William Lee Tampa-Tampa Electric Companywill Tarpon Springs- New combinedauditorium Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic I .*<.'.1.. Mr lr.a a I Is simply II ......, .... tm ..4n....4 kr .
died at a local hospital Sunday after Popham, known as the West Coast have new 85,000 office structure. and exhibition hull propesdfor Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup Sopleasant alaeo ........ Dessrtm. .... "...,........
this place.SanfordTharsher. Ind ......". ..... ...... 4b. ....
noon. "oyster king, declared in an address I even children like It. The blood I ........... W.... for qu.etloslr.
:< here opening his campaign for governor Marianna-New open-air theater II Bros needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to ..* FHKB h'......,..
1'-B. Thomas, 33, of Florida. His audience was being constructed. construction of combined to begin and Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and : W.C.ROUNTRBE.M.D.
new !:
was instant composed of men and women from Jacksonville total warehouse. pier Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigorating I
Building permits TKXAMKANA. TEXAS
ly killed in an automobile accident many sections of Wakulla, Liberty,I $1,018,315, to date. I Effect 60o. I t
about 20 miles north of here when the Calhoun, Franklin. and Gulf: counties. l..akeland--Th place to have now

tar in which he was riding with E. Starke-Plans forming for reopeninglocal modern bachelor apartment-hoto!, = --- -
A. Lightsey collided with a iar drivenb Ocala-The Ocala Evening Star to- canning plant. costing $160,000. --- -- --

Once Lily of West Virginia. day announces that the Silver Springs .
t properties, near this city, has been St. Petersburg-New city hall pro Punta Got da-Plans under way for II III

DeLand-An embargo against all acquired by the Silver Spring development -, posed. constructing bridge across Mmkka
shows and amusements has been declared river.
Company from Kay and
Groveland-City planning to annex I
by the Atlantic Coast Line, ac. Davidson of this city for a considera. I ,
:220 acres additional territory. Tarpon Springs-Contract to l he let
cording to a report made to the Com tion in excess of $2,000,000. The I for erection of now $50,000 Baptist Do Your Christmas I

mercial club here by Earl Brown, secretary properties Include the spring propertyand Crestview-Construction begun on church.

I manager; and G. A. Dreka, all immediately surrounding land I new state road through Laurel Park. Shopping Early I

members of a committee which conferred I together with nine miles of frontage I Panama City-New $100,000) First

with railroad officials yester- on Silver Iliver-a stream by Silver Okeechobee-October building permits Baptist church in course of tomtruction. I

day. .j Springs which daily gives more than totaled $397,300.OkeechobeeWork. I

500,000() gallons of water and more
Fort :\h'ers-Pat Hudson a carpenter than a mile of such frontage on the of grading sts., Went Palm Beach-$J,000.000 auto Place your order today for your
in Conners well under
working on one of the city's new Ocklawaha river, into which the Silver Highlands, way. mobile tunnel will be constructed under PltUIT C AKF.. 1I11 II't your wife the

office buildings, was injured Thurs- flows. Bunnell-City's paving program under Lake Worth inlet. same right to sit down and enjoy the

day when the cable broke and an ole- I way. Winter llnven Iluven-Rrveac Ice day us tl.o: head of the house Then

\ator, which Hudson was riding, fell DeFuniak Springs-II. Carpenter ; relievo her of the ninny little cooking
Cream Inc.,
three stories. Hudson was dazed and Company have averaged the Starke-Large pecan crop being South Sixth St.announces reopeningof details hy buying the Xmus goodies

when! fellow workmen rushed to his shipping of one car of sweet potatoes harvested throughout this season. plant I IStuartt'ity from the IUKEKY.Here's y

assistance. Hosptial authorities stated daily for the past week, paying cash at worthof limits 'being extendedto :
today that his condition was not ser. the car door to the farmer for his Sebring-City paving contracts.ClearwaterNew. $300,000 take in pnrt of SewalN Point and u Bakeshop that prides t-

"",>".* potatoes. !Many more cars are expectedto Golden Gate.SarasotaTwo. self on the high quality of its product

I be loaded. Mr. Carpenter states firm, Clearwater Whether it be Christmas or any other

" Fort Pierce-Members of the local I that his company is arranging to take I Lumber Company, receives charter. new 4tor. \' hlilldil1ltM season of time year you arc assured .
,KuKlux Klan tonight invaded four care of a heavy movement of truck will bo erected near site of county that everything we bake is inndo from

local hotels in quest ofIrs.! Kip I crops during the winter and spring Winter Haven-Hoard around lake courthouse.' purst ingredients, rich in food proper i
I ITllIahllas'eNew
Rhinelander, who was reported to and is offering every encouragement 1 Elbert will fu! widened to 21 feet. ties. For Christmas holidays we have I:
have arrived in this city from New the farmer for increased paper "Florida. |
York. When a report that the negro 'Ito| The business men of DeFuniak acreage. Apalachicola-Franklin county voteson :Morning :State: ," to heul| >lislu' >d by I many particularly good things: I

wife of the New York society leader's :i $250,000 road bond issue. ;Milton[ A. Smith, editor of "Tallaha- i
Springs are planning all arranging the I i'lWITIil' II>>> .(,0 I
sonfhad registered in a local hotel'! very best maket possible for farmers limits extendedto ssee Democrat. .
Fort Pierce-City l'OVo.UIi1:; :, Ib>> .10 I
the Ku Klux Klan officers immediately :I|i in their trade area that the farmeri include San LUcie Plaza. West Palm Iluuch-Scuhouid AirLine .
LAI Kit CAKK: Ih 2JC; 5Do ,1IJOl'CIl ,1//
called and $1.00 ,
a meeting four committees :|i I may have a ready market and cash Ry Co, granted 1 permission to I ,t
named to visit the hotels. I I IIA I for nil his produits. I St. AUjulltine-Plans preparing for construct now lines bi'twii'ii here trod ilj'rS, doz. ,30

remodeling 2nd and 3rd floors of city ;Miami. ('OOKir.S, do/ .15 .
D lray-A dispatch to the Delray All Did Their Bit building into modern offices ---.-- -'- '
Press from Ocala says Henry Ford's I: to CUP ( .\Io.l:S. do/ .23 I

experiment in growing rubber treesin Make Christmas Merry I St. Petersburg-Two new apartment : CINNAMON:' :.; BUNS, do/ .20

Marion county for automobiles tires II i I In lirompton knew buildings costing $70,000, will be con i _f'iI ..-.! ..!,- ..- ...! .::
has proved a success despite the fact! EVERYBODY all the Hnmmonds I structed in north shore section. LAIUiK: I'IKS, .11)) I
that a tender variety of trees was used] I THE HONORED COLORS X
could do to make ends meet. A big '
I'UJU'A'I: : U\ Ib
in the experiment, but it is the opinion family and a small Income Is nota Sarasota-Joseph H. Phillips, real- $ .33 I

of nursery men who have developed combination-to make easy living. tor, constructing two duplex apart- f w B AUK the colors red and 'I ItUK.Ml and lOI.I.SFn.h from

the trees under commercial tract- Yet at Christmas time the Hammond ments in Palm Grove. ( green the oven and ready for dclnery' Ofrynuirnintf.
mint that they will grow: strong and family managed to have all the goodthings How we are honored 1 1r I .
I Winter Haven-New modern tele- 1 How could Christmas be !' I
in Florida soil.
that go with the day and tip be
phone system being installed by Pen. Jj{ Christmas without green and able to purchase the gifts of love that
Art Davis, a1i'7.The Bear" alleged insular Telephone Co. without red to help In the gay ff .
mean so much.
moonshiner, surrendered to Sheriff decorations? 'A ,
It was all due to the plan that Mrs. Brandenton-New county bridge to ) j
Kd Stone this afternoon, and was released Long ago we two colors were
Hammond had worked nut when the he constructed across Anna Maria and 1t
on bond of $3,000 on a charge given this honor. Jlllou Starke
children were small. Several weeks Longboat Islands.
of killing J. E. Higgingbotham in the before Christmas contribution box I gay and pleased It makes >! !

Tomoka settlement of Volusia countya was placed In the Hammond dining I Center Hill.....:Sumter County Land / us. }>
month ago. Davis said lie had beenin extensive for h', It iinikpH (green so vivid andA
making plans i
room across It written In big Company
Georgia since the killing and surrendered of Terrace..JackMonville.Jacksonvile }L hrl:"ln with delight' !JjJ/ I
letters of red and green : "Do your bit I development Orange '* BAKERY
when he believed sentiment ill. It !makes red so glowing and
to make Christmas and each
hat{changed. Bond was quietly nri merry Gas Co., 'j .n<.ph.llll..nl| |. with enjoyment 7|
member of the
family was supposed
i"mged.Penaacola. to enlarge present facilities at cost of I .Ij Ij lye are glad no other colors jKj
to contribute something, be It ever so
| .. IKi
4 250000.! r.w'rp chosen !-Mary Graham II
Three almost little. And It was surprising, just as !
persons were Itnniii J f.|
instantly killed when Louisville.ndjNashville soon as the box was put up each year Tampa-Platt Streetto be widenedto iff! < J.) 126 w..i.m N.w.pap.r Union) !ft l! -- -.- -
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train No. 5 struck an how many wonderful ways cropped 40 feet, between Melville and AlI 7F.h"''rLW5* ... .Jh 1 -
oat for earning extra nickels and I 1
tiitornobile at a crossing near At- bany Streets. -
dimes. Even little Tim, In spite of
i''KHft, Ala., 40 miles north of here at
being only five rontrlhuted his mite Clearwater $130,235: worth of
u I !:.JfO o'clock Sunday. The dead are: ._ ..
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I i'1d: ''fcartcr, driver of the automobile,: to the cheer fund Ant the fun the building permits issued during month Algernon NoseuptheBundle
family had In trying to fill the box:- THB SOUTHERN SIIRVtiS THU SOUTH '
.r i i just passed.
Monroe county Ala. Miss Ethel Mainland I That Cured Him
I Itmore. why, It was nearly as good as Christmas -
') Miss Estelle Matthews of ,
Itself I rEach evening It was held Sarasota-Ground broken in Indian IT WASN'T Ills real name, but peo-
\ Miss Matthews was a up and weighed by the smaller children Iteach Estates, for erection of new pIe I thought lie deserved It lAke atop

tre -of the paymaster at daugh'l and they always agreed. that It $30,000 apartment house. I he tarried a swelled head upon a

Palatka-Work on the new bridge was getting so "awful" heavy ; when I New-wholesale bakers small foundation. Ills nose was so
is It was opened Just before Christmas Clermont- much In the air that It distributed
\which to span the St. Johns river
he raj at the foot of Reid street will be there was always a shout of surprise 1 I being erected Highland on II.Avenue.W. Bailey property snubs plentifully. Ills Idea of getting Customer: ownership .

,tarted at once, according to advice re- and joy, and they declared that It contained on up wus that of putting others down.

i eivfd from the contractor by bridge much more than they had I Apalachicola-New Short-Cut Ferry Algernon dwplxed I 'hrlNtma: lIe

lionife\ trustees, and will be completed thought It would. And now they were I No. 1 to be placed in service in December ;> > I even felt ready to snub Santa' Claus. is the best form of
withjtn 310 days. The first shipment, spending the money that was made ': I This snob had a spedal snub for anybody

'>f foundation material, including steel up of so much sacrifice such planningand I i who believed In Christmas. cheer

-ncetinpr, has been ordered forwardnd scheming as there was to get the I Lake Worth-$30,000 raising, for and generous happiness( lie was an

s expected next week. most out of It. And when Christmas I construction of new Lake Worth Ex- ardent member of the Society for the public ownership

f morning dawned there was no happier I change Club. Prevention of Useless Giving. Indeed,
B unstown- If I am elected your family In all Brompton-the Christ- be was the chalruian of the branch of

orwnor..... and am compelled to serve ma' '..." "' feed Sad brought them !I Jacksonville-Seaboard;;: Air Line It that Infested his town without bearing -

a gift. There may have been a Southern Railway men look forward to
streak of fat In his character, but
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------- -- -- -- -- -- 'I there surely. was a streak of mean. the time when this great transportationsystem

I Ou:1-:1::1I It wits a bundle that cured him. AH will be a 100 per cent Southern
I he stalked to his door whim his eyes
Bring the Children Sightseeing in i, I on the church steeple he fell over It, enterprise-owned as well as operatedby

and as he- opened It that Christmas the people of the South.
I I Day and found that a number of hIsI
Wonderland I II I I neighbors bad.conxplrpd to warm his

Toy- l lV heart with tokens of kind consider.- The accumulation of investment capitalin

tlon he felt so strangely humbled and the South is keeping pace with its
ashamed of himself that be win never

afterwards able to look down upon growing prosperity. The South is using
I I aaybody.-Christopher.... ... U. Hazard. this capital to develop its rich resources.
\ H ip r Uilon)

Toy Wagons/ -0- Drawing BaksSluaic ,,
Boxes Trains Increasing ownership of the Southern

Fairy Rooks If oral Tiny Tim Railway by the people it serVes Is a
Doll, Indian Suit
Snuffed Aaimalr AK parents are co'tllany invited to Tru.nka "And how did"1 little Tim behave natural outcome of the growing pros-

Dishes bring the chik:ran and stow them thr.- mocks asked Mrs Cratchlt. "As good as
gold," salil 88b, "and better. Somehow perity of the South.
Toy. Autos ug'l oar; toy department. it will be a Toy Ifouie.el..lped..s ," he gets thougbtfal: sitting byhimself

1 thrill they will always remember Games I so much and tjilnka the
I I .
Coasters Alphabet
I strangest things you ever heard lIe ,
Drums Blackhoardr told me coming home that he hoped

Skates Sasophonea I people saw him hi the church, because C SOUTHfp1
I'aint Dues Doll Carrlage% he was a cripple and It might

be pleasant to them to remember upoa

i Chrlstmss day, who made lame beg

-- I gars walk and blind men ...." And

'GLASSWARE FOR TilE GROWN.CPS STATIONERY I I so, as Tiny. Tim" observed, "God bleu tis II IIP
us every one! Charles Dickens. ,

Pretty handkerchiefs may be made

STARKE FLORIDA I at borne. One Is a square of due white

linen with sppllqued corners of insure
linen outlined with embroidery. The

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I surrounded by a wide footing lace SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM

.dd sod bordered round with dalsle

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dOn OCIO ..OlzO.rc OClOlJ I r ... ., --""" I "i! Stith and several boys from Starke.A .
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3 cordial Invitation is extended tc

." 'I t J1J1t fJJ1h all to attend.

D This will be an interesting service
o SitU; ci Church Services both for the boys and young men and
I flftilr for thp older people especially.

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9 9D Dnuubu refund money'If PAZOOiW1'MPNTf.Us
I.hunt" .r9 i MARK'SSt. to cure ItchinD, Blind, Bkviiln or Protruding
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Piles. Instantly rrllevn Itching Plln. and
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n I can out. rrattul i rep oftpr first ;ttpplk'attoa: Wo,
'4 ...,._,.- ft oz= ..0ClOOCIO- j Mark's\ Episcopal chunk: Sun-
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;' Emery flaxen und O. J. Mott wereahunig inq 1! Cowfessiow I. Jay services at 11:00 a. m.
1 .. friends at Graham Sunday I'' AT Bit I UK E PARTYMrs. : ; < new wife .. CIU'RCII OF CHRIST ---
afternoon.L. I
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:! J. Davis was hostess to the of Hampton\ a I
R. A.Vynn, was :
IliustaItdbljPaul: Robinson :Meets every Lord's Day at 10 a. m.
,,' afternoon Bridge Club, Tuesday at her business visitor here Friday. j'l.rJ. r1j'r1j'I for Bible Study and Scriptural Communion
: attractive home on :Madison Street, Mr. and Mrs E. T. Stuart and< son, I J Copyrlirkt im by Puhllih.rt AutocaMr 8 rv j i, in compliment to Miss Emma Welty, Paul spent Sunday at Keystone 23-29

of Malten, Missouri. The rooms were sleights 1 INTRODUCTION Church of the Good Shepherd which'was '

I gay with decorations in the Christmas \ :Mr. and Mrs. lamp Comerlyand ;i A modern chronicle of the bewilder- ( friendly and small ? At last 11 I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

I I '. idea, combined with chrysanthemums !Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott were visitors I i ing situation which confronts theI saw him-His eyes met mine. Jly':' l Thomas Hansen, Pastor
Several rounds of bridge were en-
at the state farm Saturday eve. .
I young married continent of every village heart leaped and I looked qulcklv
joyed during the afternoon. Salted ning. hamlet and town-a straight for ( down. Now the minister In the sum- \ Sunday chool 10:00: a.m. n_ _
i peanuts were served on the tables 'I" Arden' Crosby, of Jacksonville, spent ward record of flirtations, problems,, ptuous robes of the Episcopal l church, :Morning worship, 11:00: a. m. '
j I during the game. Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and I adventures and romance that colour repeating the same questions had Sermon: Walking In Galilee.B. Gables is going to open an
I.\ a'' :Mrs. L. Wyman made high score,, I Mrs.: P. A. Crosby the crowded hours of America's youth. discussed! a'nlonourselvlI\ each time Y. P. U. service, 6:30: p. m.
and was presented with a vanity case,, Turner Brooker of Waldo II office in at woulJ
city and
spent| The herlone is Sallie and through there was a possibility of any of us Evening worship, 7:30: p. m, your once
the low score prize, a handkerchief, here with friends.
Sunday the fearlessness of youthful she becoming a bride. "-obey." I had Sermon: A 'good Associate.
eyes be glad to in touch with
ills' was given to Mrs. Vivian Sanders. The :Mrs R. A. Weeks and children, of I, get anyone
had :Mid-week service, Wednesday 7:30p. :
yqyqjj will bring: to you the vivid experienceswhich always maintained that I would'
Ji $ ;n honoree, was presented with a hand. i Stark, spent the week-end her at daily beset her group of interesting leave that out. Now it would have m. who would be Interested in handllm
$ some peice of ivory. i-thlr home. frlen AA !Mrs. Davis assisted by !Miss Grace Mr. und l Mrs H. A. Prescott, of Samfson young that sacred the local office. For further informo
because her laughter-loving rit.e"I
Shelldrake of Philadelphia, served her City were visitors here Thursday among ..
guests with the following; salmon sal. morning. comrades you will meet personalitieswith will; I replied, so softly that PRESBYTERIANRev. tion and personal Interview, wire 0'
whom you are familiar in everyday only lies ved. I had always pictured II. A. Tucker D. D. :Minister.
my i
} ad, saltines, pickles and coffee. Royce Gainey made business tripto .
a write I. A. Norris District
Those enjoying the hospitality of Hawthorne last Thursruy. life. In Sallie's coterie of friends muself speaking out bravely Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. manager

7 Mrs. Davis were: Miss Welty, honoree, A. A. Hazen, of Gainesville, spent you will recognize; the charactvristk-H when it came my turn. I had intended Preaching service at 11:00: o'clock a. Coral Gables office, Jacksonville
al Mesdames E. M. and W. E. Davis, A. the weekend! here with his wife Mrs. afd' mental equipment of your own that my voice should carry to the farthest m. and 7:30: p. m.
W. Anderson, C. F. Hoover, Sidney '' E. J. Ward. I 1 drughter perhaps, or again you will end: of the church. It should be Prayer meeting. Wednesday at 7:30p. : Florida."

.. Church, Jas. Mitchell. Herbert Ritch, L. R. Gainey was a visitor to Starke se the moral battles which at one unwavering and firm. m.
time Cristian Endeavor society meets at
L. Wyman, Vivian Sanders, C. A. i Monday afternoon. embarrassed some very dearfr Curtis was saying "I will" and in
end who knows but what 7:30: m. Sunday and the Junior Endeavor -.
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Futch, G. M. Sistrunk. and Miss Grace Among those enjoying the C. Y. P. his response there was just the right : --
I | follow Snllie's confession of society meets at 7:30: p. m.
Shelldrake. i II U. Social at the home of Mrs. T. P. amount of proud conquest and derisive -
..;: J Mrs A. W. Anderson will be hostess i Ward Friday night were: Misses Arden e\ ,'nts, you will come face to face calmness that sent little brills A cordial invitation Is extended to
I with Inherent remissness of to all to attend the above services.!
q'; to the bridge club, Tuesday Brown, Geneva Ilarrell, Lucille 1 some yourve'y of joynenness through my entire
afternoon Dec. 29th. i Ilarrell, Eunie Hazen, Mildred Coned own. being. Ocalu-The Ocala Evening/ Star to- Strange Power of

''runty Oliver, Virginia Colson, Lois "Salllel"No Now side by side, Sye were return day announces that the Silver Springs
\tl SIRS FRANK; HOOVEIl: i and 1'olelda Gainey, Messrs. Guy andI answer. ing down the long, long aisle. The properties, near this city, has been fIei MustangLiniment
1 ENTERTAINS; AT IIUIDCE I I Vallirum hurrah, Kessie Colson, Fred, i "Better put a little pep in it or you'll murnv.ir of the !guests had risen to an acquired by the Silver Spring development : caii
Green, :Mack Hough, Wilson and J. have a forlon bridegroom waiting: at excited buzz. I thought of the many Company from Ray and
'i I Mrs. Frank Hoover was hostess at I lit. RUMS, Malcolm Ilarrell, Roscoe the church. times I had been a bridesmaid and Davidson of this city for a consideration -
1\\ a lovely bridge party last Thursday ''Chew, 1'?"I. C. II. Williams, O. J. and I gave one last look into the longi how we had all walked back from the in excess of $2,000,000. The I

i ,S. aftcnoon at her home on Madison ,i Tiny Mott. I i choval: mirror and caught my breath. ultar wreathed in smiles. {This was properties include the spring property: Penetrates Through the Skinto
,I I also, I remembered, established and all surrounding land
Street. I had not had a chance to see the whole an ciu- immediately 'the Cone Drives Out
1.1 The Yuletide colors were used in I j -l'' e the Telegraph Want .\d_ effect of my wedding gown on ac. tom of the bride But somehow Icouldn't together with nine miles of frontage Rhcum;: tlc Aches, Heals
;. decorating the rooms where the card I I'ount of the many girls who had smile. There arc some hap on Silver River-a stream by Silver Cuts, Bruises and Sores
< tables were arranged, and fancy can. (crowded my room in their friendly pinesses too big:( for emotional ex Springs which daily gives more than
dies were served on the tables during/ :| Desert Christmas little efforts to'assillt the bride. NowI pression. Too enveloping to permitany 300,000 gallons of water and more I SunVri-M from rheumatic aches and
the !gaino. had nskil them to leave. Only Marjorie outward sign. Such was mine. than a mile of such frontage on the I pains .thud, who are troubled with
The high score prize, a beautiful I I With Decorations Chenworth, who was to he my The reception at home. :More flow 'Ocklawaha river, into which the Silver oru wonderful rum1or anil ciulck Ml ironed relief I joints through ran the set
picture of scenes at Kingslcy Lake Matron-of-honor, remained. ers, more music, more chatter, and flows. t" "f r r"r."n. : ,1'r.c n,r. M.-.li-nn\
4I was won by Mrs. E. !M. 'ohns, while I I I I II I couldn't for the life of me, believe endless congratulations couched in the MuBt.inK; ,.Inhn't. ii'Menu to poses
the low dainty powderpuff I Yuletide Atmosphere Was' the tall same proverbial terms. That the PRESBYTER\N i the m.iilr power to penetrate, ''''ol.h; t thi-
i score a slender figure reflected in the Christmas .services will be held at ourfo..f. lha ',kln, illnict" lot hi cry bona
presented to Mrs I HerbertC. irliiss. The slim same sentiments were expressed at I and UN '
was ivory-tinted gown notion brim haling n-'d gtilethgand
Stranded Trioon
I Enjoyed by he: Presbyterian church Sunday m01'nng. I
Ritch. I with its myriad rhinestones twinkling the wedding of Cana in Galilee, I ,' a complete end to pain.
I, t I II : The pastor will deliver a Christ- It I In wild ,
haven't doubt. much sacred Mcn.can :\1.,1< OJ Doted
Delicious plum pudding with Sandy Trail.By under lengths of misty tulle, me a more ,,
gave for lu
upcml '
I mss sermon and there will be special was kept in "? 'ton| anti
i fee, was served as refreshments. COf'j an almost courtly air. I, who had thought, is the small wedding: whereone 'nusic.. joints' limber and flcxlltlo i i.. 11.14 same
I Mri. Hoover's hopsitality! was enjoyed ELEANOR E. KING been many things, but never courtly: ; is surrounded only by f1'lends.I application. The nlmont manic' efroct of
At the evening service Rev. :M. C.
by the following ladies : :Meg-! I In nil life. The veil Here also were acquaintances, who Mosl""n"ol"nll: Liniment for human useto '
my with !Its coronet
ToRRID sun shone' tith; will give an address on the work I relieve pain and for heulli' < rut. and
tlamei, O. L. Itoasley, L. Wyman E. M. of came merely to app1'alse-the deco. \brulv, maken It ,
.down soft orange-blossoms: framedmy j u very npceii.U) home
upon a elder boys in the Y. M. C. A. and will
i ; Johns: J. C. Hoover, H. J. Davis, Herbert I itrnniled I face and helped my hair. And rations, the bridal equipment and even remedy ,tlldniggtsteanti whok-nnlurt
rive an account of the convention Mustang Liniment
4 the or can get It for you
Ritch J. M. II. H. groom j
Mitchell then I noticed my There was J
hlle.! The car with eye j ust held which was attended by :Mr.!
Young, A. S. Crews, E. M. Davis, F. seeming unconcern n new graveness about them-a sort "Sallie, I've never seen you so re- '
S 'f L. Turner Mantle Harris, G. :M. In- "' lar m..a la the middle of hushed reverence that I now recalled served. Why you look perfectly likea
{ man, Vivian Sanders, A. W. Anderson C .of the road. One ( in the eyes of every bride. saint," giggled one "friend of the .
I, ,"' and Eva Killian, of Bloch :Mountain ji hesitates In even |' "Well, don't you think you've admired family," as she passed gushingly by,

.1 N. C.CHRISTMAS. I Ii 1tJlllylui| | | the term yourself enough, old thing?" but never mind, she threw back at GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

i j .&.. 1 I fund to this jumMiMl. \ "jindy, corduroy persisted :Marj coming up to me and Curtiss by my side, "that Holierthanthou
i :; PARTY FOR trnll exti-D'HnK, endless, miles with looking me over from the top of my attitude with Sallie won't last""Don't & RITCHREPRESENT
) PAUL ERNEST: : KNIGHT filmy veil to the white satin worry about her", Curtiss
nothing/ on either side< of It to break slippe1'swith
the monotony of the mindless waste their buckles of Rose-point lace. vhispered as he squeezed my hand,
Qne of the prettiest parties of the save here and there a plky cactus. "Nn:- :Marl, honestly I'm not doing "the exhubereance on my face will I INSURANCE; COMPANIES: FIRE,

d I senjson, was the one given Tuesday I Two feet sticking out 1 from underneath that. I was just thinking, that's all." iiake up for any bit of wistfulnessn ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOBILE
evening at the attractive home of Col. the car xliowed the location Of "What about?" gently. yours Little Saint.1 BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
and :Mrs.% D. E. Knight, on Walnut I one of the occupants. Another memo I "Oh, just wishing I were exactly We exchanged a glance of magic MADE PROMPTLY
{feet In honor of their son, Paul Ernest I I meaning before the next came
ber of the party was perched on the what seem to be in the glass. I : guest
I who celebrated his thlrtet'nth'' running I board
e ; birthday. feet, Mr- Oruhnni, n\ mall of perhaps; something you feel when you're a "You'll return from your European
Mr r.,. E. Knight, and little ;Miss{ I forty-flv* years and, father of the' bride, I auppose. There's a sort of trip with a dozen scalps of titled foreigners .
Louise" Thede, of Lawtcy, assisted the' young; mnn mm on Ids Imrk solvingthe whiteness and cleanness and purity at your slender waist-line,"
young host in receiving the guests. iiixsterleN. ">f .1 hut k3 car was' that makes you wish you'd lived ina predicted\ a little man Who had lost his : We charge
} The rooms which open in suite were Itlltl11I1th... lntnnilnn t I book ; convent all your life" first youth but was determined to play VFQ can your
S gay with decorations in the Yuletide I "It looks to me like a burned-out 1 Is "Rats, Sallie," comforted :Marl, the part of the gay gallant. As if I 8 HRS
II colon, and centering the dining table "to hear you talk one would think would flirt on my honeymoon! I love 1 LuSmith's In
was a miniature Christmas tree, decoy ,, ---- you'd been a wild woman with a lurid Curtiss so. What did they mean ? Storage Battery '
rated and lighted. Underneath its I IR I PMt! and you've never done anything Just because I've been more or
i boughs appeared a small Santa Claus. real bad at all." lefts frivalous all my life am I never
S r'I I Miss Helen Caldwell, teacher of theft ,t' I "I know, but that Isn't the point. to leave the butterflys ?' I returned.
eighth grade, assisted by :Mrs. Knght! I I'to I just wish now with all my might that "Ah, that's just it, the butterfly Garage StFTake
In entertaining the guests. I ,ne ; I'd never taken a cocktail or smoked type!" the little man replied. "Eb-
S Were enjoyed and the most intt:renting I a cigaretlf or let anybody kiss me but actly ma cherie. It's something that's
\ was the :Motion Picture content, in Curtisa. Oh, Marjl! if you just knew incapable of change. Either one Is or
which William Duncan gave the great- :I how much I'd (five to come to him one isn't. So don't think for an instant
i test number of "movie stars" names, bearing," came a voice from under fresh and unspotted, even the least little that matrimony is going to make
t and was (given a game of table croquet I the engine bit, by the world" My voice you over tempernmmeijtally, my dear.In .
i as a prize "And If It l lit. mother, you and I quavered. your case it will just add piquancyand
Refreshments of cake, and ll1'ape-1 might Just a+ well phrh camp and get Bless Its heart. Curtis doesn't charm."
I fruit cocktail with Charlottee Russe, I settled for the next few days." Mr. want a saint. Some of the most perfect I hated him. Oh, if it were all overand
and candied cherries, were served, byl I Graham's perfect resignation( was the idols Have feet of clay. Besides < Cutriss and I were quitely! alone.
cc the following young ladles. Eloise ,, product of the pre\Inns three week's he wants you just as you arc, Silly.So I was so utterly weary of it all. As ply I II b I
Ritch Haul! Adkins, Louise. Thede and Western unto trip experiences. coi.ie now your father has sent up usually the case, there had also been I! I, IiLt I
Clara Louise Peek. I "Mother" emerceil from the buck a dozen times for you to come down endless parties up to the very eve eR )
The favors were small baskets fill*:J I seat, mill the ruupe| l set to work no- lie's dying to see his Sallie. And I of my wedding day. A custom I am
with mint loading the ear In the lute afternoon ,.:tn't blame him. for honestly, I've quite sure is a relic of barbarous days.

About thirty-five little friends were I never seen a bridier bride. j Just then Ted Billings came reeling JAMES 1751-

present, who helped 1 make the occasion WHAT :My wedding nigh. Before me i itretchfd by. Too much champagne. Only MADISON 1530
long remembered by the love SEE the crimson aisle of historic, that feeling of charity which forgivesall
ly gifts presented to the host. "Id St. Johns. The rich notes of the.nran past grievances when happiness
were filling' the hushed immen- fills the heart, prompted me to in. Scot Taught
BROOKEK( -.tof the church with the ever- vite TeJ. Now I was sorry that I had.He ...

", E. R. Ward, Wildwood, s"e'Jttiunday thrilling tones of Lohengrin's Im- pointed to the orchids that formedmy
: here with his mother Mrs: FET'CU DLf mortal march. Th wedding proces-l exquisite bouquet. Madison Thrift
t T. P. Ward. "ion had wended its way before me I "What-ho! A touch of lavender.Why F :

1/ Amos Brannen, of Lake Butler MII the unusually long aisle. The Sallie", he thought he was fun ,
1 'k bridesmaidverc' lovely in their periodirowns ny because he laughed uproariously
visitor here morning.
1 wee a Sunday
I II Ill
Vance Russ motored to \Vnldo Sun. of pastel tinted chiffon, their: tad staggered/ out of sight. President James Madison often re
day a. m.H. rinf laden with summer blossoms of'I' "Ha doesn't mean any harm" Marj erred to the lessons of thrift taught

a 5' P. ami' L. R. Gainey spent WIM d|. every hue I placed my hands on my., whispered, seeing the blush which had III! Iii I him when a youth by Donald Robert
nesday and Thursday in Daytona ff:!ther's aim and with n.rvgu& fingers suffused my cheeks at his referenceto
:Miss Free Wynn spent the week-end\ held fast to the huge bouquet; of 01'ills '! the well-known joke. "Nobody's:- son. a Scotch schoolmaster.
"II "' whose lavender serious about anything, any more," she
at her home in Hampton. be'r petals ,, Thrift and band In hand.
L i T- B. Pinholster spent last Sun,!..\' \ .1 I Ia fell graceful cascades to the hem of, declared. go
frc In Lake Butler as truest of Re\'. and ,. .sz \ my gown.I / j Just the .same 1 was praying for the Ii IIII Thrift means banking. Banking means
Iie '. :Mrs. S. S. Proctor. I had often wondered what corral.I free and easy comaraderie which had thrift.
-t a B. W. Hayes and< family, of Starke, I the thoughts of a bride as she walks' existed among my friends.
% were visitors here Sunday morning z .. dnwn the aisle. ;Mine were discon- The hours with leaded wings, pass Thrift and banking are national slogans

1b S5 Mrs: A. J. Pinhulster left Sunday .. 9eI oed,!. Strange.! Impressionistic. There ,, ed by and when, at last I was today.
I'M ', for Tampa where she will spend a few ; i :ant: to me a thousand perfumes from, dressed in my travelling coustume I
S .. day if guest of her children, J" W fl..wowhich. banked the altar and .sent for my father to bid him good- Se* n at once about your banking
'1 v Pinholater and Mm Lubedio Pin- I ,lit.i ran-formed the entire church into bye-away from the guests. "
Ii holster. bower of IInbrl>ken white. Innumer.lable "Father, I have changed, haven't'

, Pitt Baxter, of Florence, South Cam-' candles, in tall candelabra, send!, I And yet they'll never believe II I
linn spent the week-end her with hi- their flickering glow over well-filled intend to be anything bat a flapper \I II

{ i pct i ts, :Mr.! and :'Ir.... J. D RnxterSir. pewi, and on all aides were murmurs wife. I adore Curtiss and I'll never Bradford Bank
i and :Mrs J, !I. Ritch, of > u.e. of approval which herald the b1'iJe.j) never look at anybody else." I poured ,I County ,
pent Sunday here as guest of :Mr. and The heavy odor of valley-lillie I Im out my heart. .
Mrs. R. A. Weeks. i ali /' upon my thoughts.: I IWould I "There, there he patted my band, I I Bradford County' Financial Stronghold '.
p A. Crosby is on the sick list this rasa- I ever see Curtis in all that ,, "A bride worry about any- Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
week .rowd Why hadn't I chosen the (To be continued next week.) "
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I II i I part of last week. Bert Bogart doe only tint clan TRAIN SCHEDULENew '

I I Don't forget to look at our Starke pnintltipr., Fla.Call at Inman's office' schedule l is effective 12.01 a.

Bits of LocalInformation $15.75: dresses, they are beautiful ] m. December 6th 1925 and trains will
and very good values.!! :Mar rENT-A-WORD LOST-One tan Gladstone traveling! boost>> follows:

I guerite's shoppe. bag: between Lawtey and Baldwin I' No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa, dvt

I contains suits of clothes, shirts, Starke, 120: a. m. i.

j, 'IliBle"I"nll: : and Blanche Alderman ,collars auto-strap razor outfit efo. I No. 3 Jacksonville to Taropa. d e

Concerning Our People Business and 'i and Iris Epperson of the Flor- Reward offered. Tt. J. Futch, St. !Stnrisp.' ; 12:47: p. m. J

Progres of the County and Town. .JMJ I ida State College for Women, Tallahassee ,FOR SAI.E-Well-rooted roses, also Albnn 1 l-8-2t.. Hotel Jacksonville, Fin 12- NI.. 303 Jacksonville to West Palm
} will arrive here tonight to I cut flowers. Mrs. T. P. Wall Rose Beach due Starke, 10:02: a. m.
spend the with their !Stnrke' Fla. 12-4-41
holidays parents.Mr.
I FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey Mlch| cow; I No. 15 .Tack!'
'J I and :Mrs. Berry Johns, who have I I FOR BALE-Cotton seed I have at Carmen and Champion Me.yeal' duo Stnrko, 12.22 a. m.

Mrs. E. J. Ward of Brooker was a !bliss. Leila Supp of Heilbronn been residing in S. Augustine for the I II I my gin at Raiford 300 bushels of grapevine $15 per hnndrcilT; Island I No. 21 Jnckiionville to Cedar Key due

visitor to town Thursday.j Springs spent the week-end hero wltl1friellis. i I past few months have moved here and ; selected cotton. Part of the seedI Wakefield Cabbage plant, $1.00 Stnrke, (5:11: p. m.
No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville
are occupying the home recently va- j I
I !I are Covington Early Toolo, ujaimod
j M. Inman spent Thursday trans- I j cated l by 10'. F. Stump and family. I I i per thousand; rutabaga plant, $1.00 duo Starko, 8:47 a. m. .
(acting business in Jackosnville. D. W. Kelley, of the N*<" River section I ___ I per thousand: Creole onion plant,I I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville duo r
was transacting business here. Contracts for deeds chattel mortgage -:I|I FOR RF.XT-Io'ir floor apartment, I $1.SO per 1000. C. Letsrh Starke Starke, 4:28: a. m. rC y

Buy OUT bicvcie for Xmas Saturday.All blanks option contracts, warranty -I|I room, bath and HI'oplllporch., use Fla., R. F. D. lt. !IN". .I Tnmpa to Jacksonville< Starke
'(from Merton, Clark.C. deeds, retain titlenotes turpentine -,, of lfal'ull11'11.: S.o'. Ilnp-iick. ItI I/!4.0 p. m.

our ladies hats going at re leases etc,, for sale at the''I' to be wilt resistant nnd adapted to ,I No. 304 Tnmpa to Jacksonville due

B. Roberts of Graham was at- duced prices. I Telegraph office. I FOR t'<.\Lfo -Uood Kimball piano ] this section. Also have some King Clarke' 8:00: p. m.
tending to business here Thursday. i cheap for cash, or will sell on terms I Ii :, Starko and Wannrc Dranch.No. .
Levy Canova, of Jacksonville spent; Mr. and !Mrs. W.1.: Wainwright, I i to responsible party Address, Mrs. I Improved. This l In a very early variety 101 leave Stni-kc 7:10: a. m.

*" R. N.' Sunday here with his parents. :Mr. and 1: '; Mesdames, J. F. Kickliter, Jr., H. M. i I I M. Lark! Raiford Fin 12.IM4t.I I of cotton and burrs are very I 1102; arrives Stnrko 3:1B: p, m.
acting business In spent Gainesville.Tuesday trans Mrs. E. E. Canova. I. Snyder, E. L. Biggs. J. W. Andrews,!I I tough and I find that it makes' before ; T. .1. (1KIKKIN.' Agent
Jr., and Charles Lucian Kickliter few very beautiful framed pic. the main attnck of the boll\ weevil ... --- -
i'' Tuesday. in Jacksonville. I II II i ii I of '
Ladies bilk hosieryall colors, spent tures Lake Kingstey. Just the
Groceries fruits vegetables, Hull'sStore. I properly planted and cul To Cure a Cold in tree Imylkr
and prices at :Morganrs.W i i i i thing fur a Christmas present.
,:" i iMr 1 Hugh Brownlee, Jr., who is a student I HOOVKR: BROS.!, STUDIO. l' tivated. See A. D ;Andrew. Rai- .' LAXA1IV1 ilKHMll, QI'ININE' (TnhlMill fl.fnpit
it at Stetson University, DeLand, :! I ford, Fla. rj-ll: I Iat: i i.Ill:;: Iw:tmitli t.KOV: nn tiitnaiutf , i. E. R. :Marshburn of the State J. Thomas, of Jacksonville, was' will arrive the last of the week tospend '> .
in town of last week visiting his' | Just a few framed pictures of Lake ,
part --
Farm, spent Wednesday in the city. the holdinys" here with his par.I Ientll. 1
brother A. J. Thomas. i |'I Kinffsle\ at special prices. A beauti- ;
i! :Mr. and :Mrs H. J.. Brownlee. '
'-- 1 fud Christmas gift. HOOVER HUOS. I
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Atkinson, of Our sale is still going on-silk I I I STUDIO. i Battery Charging
Waldo, were in town Monday. 'and wool dresses formerly priced i A full line of toys and doll:; at :

at $29.50, only ia.y.. Marguerite's ..1 1 Stcrnhl.'r 's. .I I We have just a few framed pictures
t' American fence wire Hull's Store.P. Shoppe. I i I of Lake Kingsley and soiling
j j Mr.. IInl. Mrs. E. L. Surrency andlittle we arc : s Hours Sorvic'o S
i them nt special! prices. A charming !
t :M. Barefoot spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. T. Moore, and little,,. daughter, Juanita of Plant City, I|' Christina rift. HOOVER DROS.I 'I.
will arrive here the first of the week
reltlves in Plant City. son, of Lawtey, were in town Saturday STUUJO. I.I
afternoon. to upend the holidays with Mr. Sur.i j I j Guaranteed Service and Satisfaction
J 'rencj'.. aunt, :Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot.Dr. .
t Lewis Shrlver of Brooker, spent I fo'ORJ..EPllper shell Pecans, 50c |
'(unday afternoon here with friends. i i Felt hats' at ;Marguerite's, per pound. Mail orders filled promptly. Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone: 87
and Mrs. C. A. ,
Shoppe only $:.!.95.Wm. ): Iliwsey EvelynIlusrey I' W. !Moore, Thoressn, Fla. 12-
I :Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Tucker
All kinds feed hay alfalfa fertlli-
ers, brick N. B. Hull. 1 Aitin, of Waldo, spent Sunday f and Miss Katie Bee Weeks of New- STERN'S GARAGE
lierrv. called nt the Rev Thomas Han-
here with his sister, Mrs. Freeman
homo Sunday afternoon I J'mmmmQl:1IoorccmmwmmCl: !:
Men ,
J. E. Adkins and son Gerald, of > Register
Cew River were in town Saturday.M. I i I I COFFINS & CASKETS I
dresses Slo.Toat ; ;) Ladies' and ;Men's gifts of all 1 -
Evening only I
kinJs : And a Full Line of 41.9 fI1I
at Stcrnberg's.:
D. Carter, of Lawtey was In Marguerite's Shoppe. I
'town during the week-end i I l' : Undirtakmri' Supplies : J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE
I' Messrs. E. :M. and G. W. Ilazen and E: M. Rooks, pastor of the :Metho- I .
Why not Rive her a hat box G. B. CoUon of Brooker were transacting -.1 dlst church arrived in Stark Wednesday : AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I
for Xmas? We have them. Alar- business here :Monday. with his family and are locatedat I Always on hand. The best _r. !
guerite's Shoppe. the parsonage. Rev. Rooks will hold i nee at the lowest prices Sp.-
; I Syrup labels all kinds and sizes at: the regular services of the church next t clal attention to telegraph or- I

j Mrs. Equlla Jonas of Graham wa the Telegraph office. Sunday. i drs. Registered_ Embalmsr. i I
a visitor to town Tuesday. I
I Miss Josephine Brinson, of Fiftone,,, (live him or her a pair. of Ever-i: DeWITT C. JONES

L. A. Brown of ilrooker was in spent the first of the week here with I wear Hose for !sale at ::tern.I STARKE FLA : STARKE FLA.
own :Monday afternoon. her sister Mrs. J. E. Corpening.C. berg's. l ,
I I eta aammtammmmmmmmlutpttsmmmmmMn, I

:Mrs. Prevatt of Hampton spent T. Lawhorne, professor of the! The IVesbyterian Sunday School I i I
lomlay here with realtlves. Hampton school, was transacting business will:! hold a Christmas entertainment, j
here Tuesday afternoon. Christmas Eve at the church. A final Renew Your Health I
program has been arranged! and of CJmmmmumxm:1mmmmm-m "wCDCJCmmmmmCDIDmmmtDmCDmmmCDmmmClmcnmmm
(Fireworks of all\ kinds at Stern- : fImI
berg's.H. Only five more days; for Xma I course Old Santa will be there to give PurificationAny H
shopping-You can find gifts of to all the good children a nice present. by

i J. Futch of Jacksonville: was all kinds at Marguerite's Shoppe.
transacting business here Tuesday. 'i i Save money on your Xmas physician: will toll you that I Wood Wanted
Decorators arc busily engaged i in shopping at Sternbergs. "Perfect Purification of the Sys. !

C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville was remodeling the interior Arthur Williams tem i is, Xit lire's foundation of
transacting business here Tuesday. ( Cafe this week. Rev and Mrs.. C. 10'. Starncs and Perfect Health." Why not rul:
!' bahv accompanied by :Mrs. Starnes'. \oiiiHtlt' "t' ijliroriii' ailments, that Heglnning October 1st., we will pay $0.00) per CordF.

A. B. Surrency of Brooker, was a Legal blanks for sale at the Tale sister :Miss Eva Leatherwood, left! are umlri uimiiitf jour vii, alityI T : O. K. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood S
isitor to town Wednesday. graph office. this week for Auburndale where Mr. .
Starnes will serve the Methodist Purifyniir .lIlirl' K\. strut by tack suitable for retort purposes' and four foot oak

Fancy Aprons, handkerchiefs II. II. Young, spent the first of the. church as pastor. They have made irifr a thorough... course of Cnlotabu, I wood, $:>.00 .>er cord .I'. O. It. Jacksonville.We .
twice week for sevnrnlvipiks
['In fancy boxes.' Novelties in week attending to business in Jack many friends here who regret their --once or a
bloomers nt Morgans.J. sonville. i departure, but wish them all !good I -antRO how Nature re- I pnrrhane *...od twrhe I months in the yenr and always endeavor

t luck in their new home. I vuiMHini: \. ih: h<' ilth.rnlotaUs to !give full measurements and make returns promptly.

R. Eildins of Gainesville, was Miss Emma Welty will leave Saturday are the ,! 'al"lIt< of all :
When making shipments mail of bill of lading
transacting business here Wednesday.G. morning for Malten, Missouri,, !Silk" knickers only $.'1.95: all It) ..11'111 IJllrifi<'rK. (01'1 t a familypuclme \ u espy your

where she will spend the holidays with colors! a gift that would he appreciated. ;;, contnmiiii full ilircction.s ;. I

A. Collins of Jacksonville, was her parents. ;Marguerite's Shoppe.Geo. price U3 ctH ; trial package,
business visitor here this week. i 10 cts. At any drug htori (Ailv.) I Florida Wood Products Co.
______ ___ ______ i Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph -, Po Bell, son of :Mrs. I). I.
Just in time for Holiday sellnga office. I Ames who attends the University of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
new lot of coats and Florida in company with Harold tlc-

{dresses, at Morgan's.Mr. week-end in Gainesville with his broth!. :, fenbaugh/ of Tampa, will motor to I +m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlummmmmmmummmmmmnmmmmmmommmwwmmminrcMMOt ;
er John K. Lanpford. who is vice. 'Minneapolis, :Minn., to spend the holi- PAINTINGFinished

Wilson. of the Bloodworth Co., President of the II. A. Lee Engineering r days with former schoolmates. They
[Gainesville, wastransacting business Company of that city. will return here about the 7th f.nullry. contract painter will also do III" ar l
there Wednesday. i repair work In connection with painting
I I I IAll
Do your Christmas ", hoppingearly : !
Dolls)) !, Toys and more dolls at Marguerite's; Shoppe. work satisfactorily !guaranteed. -A
Sternberg's. Checking
i I :Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson of Cocoa, has I .
J. J. Hall
] Mrs. H. K. Wilder, of St. Petersburg been here several days with her sis For ,
1 [ !, will spend the holidays here with | ter, Mrs.. W. L. Wall, who has had an

\ [relatives.: I attack of Influenza. SFAUKE.Box FLORIDA 674 I Account of

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were George DoEel Julian Canova and! Christmas

1(visitors to Gainesville Monday Gerald :Middleton of the University of !
Mauriie G. Lanftford, spent the Florida, spent the week-end here with I
1 homefolks. HER OWN!

.. Arrow !Shirts" and hander- FIREWORKS FRUITS J For Sale:'--
[chiefs at Sternberg's.Little Why not give her a pair of hosE
for Xmas? We have all RILes and NUTS CHOCOLATES, i SUB-DIVISION OF 22 LOTS

Miss Louise Thede, of Lawtey, (colors silk and silk chiffon. IronClad ,
MAGAZINES On Highway Within City Limits o IT HAS ADVANTAGES!
brand ;Mar
D. E.
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs.! guaranteed
Knight, the first of the Week I guertie's Shoppe. Hampton Fla.
.' i To give a checking account just! for the take of giving
Everwear for Xmas".i Mr. and Mrs. (i. H. Coteon, anti on, I ,
Hosiery ) The best in fruits and All Conveniences isn't a good Hcomm<< ndation. The best reason for opening
[ no better gift-\\ here? at Stern- Resole and Hiss! Free Wynn of
;berg's. Brooker were in town Sunday' after Candies for the holidaysat I a checking account for your wife, and depositing a gift turn

U' noon. the most reasonable FlorHii Heal Estate Co. for a starter is because.
101f.4 L. A. Davis and Mrs. W. II. I I
Strutftjf 1 spent Tuesday in Jackson!: :Mr. and :Mrs. B. %V. Ho"[ ell and prices Box 534 cancelled !
---- a is! a receipt
vilJe. baby of Jacksonivlle, 'pent the weekend I Macon Georgia ,
here with :Mrs Hodges' parents I it
sates cariyirg time cf rrcrey in tl t rcrrc cr [ion;
. Buy your shoes at Sternberg's l Mr. and Mrs.' A. P. Hoffman. 0. W. SNELLGROVE Colds Cause Qrlp and Influenza be lost!
;; 'thatmay
and get shoes that fit. : i
; I ,
Buy her a pretty little gold asilver r II tae <"*.... Thai a l only" on. "Bromo QgIIIID& .... the bank for "
J. B. Thomas and son R. B. Thomas lace hat for Xma-s. They E. W. GROVE'S farmers of the Ziff action, were i are the latest in style--and very I bills!

among the visitors to town Monday. attractive. :Marguerite's Shoppe. --
a.Itss- U 1\\ FOR OVER I .... tending a check thru the mail is safe It also save
f' :Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Thede and I Mr.. Chas. Hill Mrs. Onie Pan II. Meet :Me At ,
,I.J time and the price of order!
children of Lawtey, were in town Sunday Misses Per Beth Williams and Estelle I II a money
afternoon.A Rosenberg motored to Starke Sunday American Lunch zoo YEARS
afternoon.-Union County Times. we accurate monthly statements which keep

beautiful line of ;Men's I \\ here all the hoys If- I the home accounts in order!
haarlem oil has been worldwide
shirts at Sternber Four color lithoyraphed syrup label a
... printed with your name and complying Sandwiches-Cold Drinks and remedy for kidney liver and
.>I sdames. L. E. Moseley, and M. with the law, full leno-th and half Short Order bladder disorders, rheumatism i

Luck; of the State Farm, spent Friday size at the Telegraph office. COURTNEY: &: LIEBEXO I lumbago and uric acid conditions. 1 SENSIBLE AND SAFE!
afternoon in town.
Mat J. C. Adkins, and little dauirht Starke Fla. I II
Mr. and Mrs.. Floyd Wiggins, of t tee, of Gainesville spent the wo.-k-cnd II 3Q4a' ME9.ti'1J'' BANK OF STARKE
New River, were visitors to town Sat- here at the home of 1-nlye and :Mr. I I OIL I.
urday. A. Z. Adkins. '11"I'" III'
t I Tb Qibiia Teat DM "Nit, Ailed 1M Bud I The Bank of Httpful ServiceWE
Christmas Card and boxes' Mrs. James Sheppard, who hat spent ..-. Jaxatlv. ."". LAXAI1VE correetlntemclh'i: ,.tlmlatevital
Fancy pillow cases, bureau scarfsat the past! month with he: husband, at I' by saymm IUII\oaMoil' ': !T.s.rwu.n.-fngf bl u>>> r.n tw I. "'I organs. Three -. An drvigguta. Insist J PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
I Groveland returned hon e the; latter (a tb.bt.a. 1hw r.ftov E S titnaiur tin boa m the origin! genuin.Ooeo MCDAL
:' Morgan's. ,

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I j" u nnC7 S7S7S S S74 S75K7S'475' S7S'is canc7c'7C7G7S747t75trsc ,! II'r EXTRACTS FROM: 8 COUNTY 8 'I -
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,I Iiii and Farming g* I . A . Ideal F ertiIizers Highest '

Farmers Osceola-New farmers are coming into .
and taking over cleared
[} the county QualftyIDEAL
I GG[}: farms with the intention of farming

[0}: them in the spring. This makes the ,

ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE [0} prospects: for farming more hopeful j ji BRANDS have led the State for thirty years. Order early and
AND TRUCKERS [&}: i for the coming: year.
ARTICLES EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions.
''j' OF FARM &
SUITED TO OUR COUNTY Buy-An announcement that I would
TO BE BEST 0 -Service Available
spend some time in December helping Organization to Vegetable ,.

------ if ir irmeracne cacainiCPCacpcpcTicrptrpirp with: home ground Improvement work WE OFFER to the vegetable of Florida through
szs =Q"=== "" "" "" "" ---------- growers our subsidiary,

,' rs CLEAN tas UP s GROVE s azs TO makes'possible more thorough .spray has services brought than more I can fill requests in the time for spe-my Florida Agricultural Supply Company, the services of Dr. M. D. Leonard,

: CONTROL: PECAN: SCAB ing. cified. It appears that considerabletime an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute.
disease, I
: SPRA YING.-To prevent
: in next three months will be
v,1 -- has been four or five applications of a 3-4-50 the work. If' TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you
1U25 in this
;,I The dry weather of 4-4-50 Bordeaux spray should be spent the
Krowinn In nsUtinK or a I most up-to-date method of control.
1 favorable to the pecan cab, applied, such applications to be madein Hardee-Two meetings held this
r in the control of pecan abundant spring months before maturity of week hud been scheduled to discuss : OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.
been quite
yet the disease hall of the more fruits. Arsenate of lead added to this spray work, but when the meetingsgot
:' rl j in many orchards spray} will chalk chewi.ig insects. Nicotine under way we found that the sub I

susceptible varieties winter dust esnicotine sulphate will de. ject of better markets could not be

: ; on The twigs disease, husks is and carried leaven.over, therefore all mum, stroy the grape aphis.. bles avoided.that to ACer farmers listening seem to to the be trou-buying Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer Company

highly important tit. :' IN:'
1 turned the meeting into an I
well we
: mied nuts, husks and leaves! as aB n* Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
discussion and later organized ,
infected twists should be knocked to Aphis besrrU "Urid.il I Wreath" For open
the as (ground and completely turned un. I Citrus...; \Its Attack Repulsed those present into community Clubs. I

5' der with a plow, says G. II. Blackmon, citrus Brevard-A livestock Interest in : -
In the of growersin
Florida Exper spring .- ----- -- -
of the ----- -
culturist club work is shown by the bo"s.
citrus -- -- -
pecan Florida discovered that their trees 1 ---
naturally\ assist -
iment Station. in This check will the densese in were being attacked by a new species At the last meeting, two clubs voted i DIGGIV IN 10 01:10: 01:10: 1 No Worm In a Healthy Child
in holding to each week if possible for the
of plant'which greatly meet All children troubled with Worm. have so
carefully aphids no-
Follow this. with a or insects and their V. \Vee\il( Pest of Sweet Potatoes Is
I, the spring. exceeded of the species heretofore study of the healthy color which indicate. poor blood and aa a
planned sprayinw program and any control. Eradicated from Western FloridaA I BICYCLES vale., there la more or less stomach dlaturbaaoa.
cab will be kept under control. known in its capacity for destruction.The I GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly,<<
should be remembered that pecan insect was finally Identified as St. Johns-Friday; ; I attended a farm fight to the finish is always In. for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve

cab It must be prevented, a'" it cannot be, Aphis Spiraecolo, an insect which heretofore er's conference at the Negro Normal I'teresting, especially when it is between jj "The Ideal Xmas Gift" jj cDlna the Took ditestloD to! the.whole and.act ayaum.s.a General Nature Straniob wUl then

cured after the disease appears on the had been known to attack only Industrial school near St. Augustine.The man and a horde of insect pests which throw oft or dispel the worms and theCaUd will be
leaves twigs and nuts.l plants of genus Spirae which includesthe program was largely directed to- j:'would destroy the farmers' crops. o 0 la perfect health. Pleaaant n take hoc per bottle.

common "bridal Wreath". Why it ward farm life within the student Such a fight has recently been wagedby 0 $35 To $40 .
,l f CLEAN up PECAN: mOVES suddenly attacked citrus Is not known. body. Under Prof. Collier these students the State Plant Board and the pl' r >lr>ru;tu mr

/' LESS DAMACK\ FROMSHUCK During 1024: it spread rapidly over ure making splendid progress. United States Department of Agri. 'a
i. HAVE NEXT \EAK most of the citrus belt of the state, 'I culture against the sweet potato Blue Printing

r : -VVOKM8 but most of the Satsuma belt escaped RURAL COMMON:' SENSE:- i I weevil in Baker County, Florida, and See i r rAnd

Now is the time for all good pecan Injury; although the insect is pres- and 1 Charlton County Georgia.In jj I Li.i
., Doing What The l'uul.. man Said p
to the aid of their 'ent throughout the Satsuma belt on ry 1016 a Baker county farmer sent
f to come
14 1 growers and adopt cleanup measures spirea. I Brought Results |to J. R. Watson, entomologist of the Merton F. Clark
groves Confronted with this new and ,very n
in Florida Experiment Station, speci-
effective keeping
e"" which will\ be very (By Spuds Johnson) j Surveying
down pests of nut production another destructive pest, the growers naturally Like everybody else, Mrs. Johnson mens of a little bug, about the size .
j I of the entoTV-""" turned to the Experiment Station and |of an ant, which was damaging his U '
:I year, says II. E. Bratley, and I have always had trouble In get- Bicycle U
'' the State Plant Hoard for help. An !
Florida. Experiment weet potatoes. Although this was
':l ology department of tho ting our hens to lay any eggs during | 0_4 /
Station. Clean up places that intensive study was at once comment-: the winter when the price of eggs is a small bug, there were millions -of 0 Repairs and Accessories o
Is Mr. d I, with the object of finding the weak- hem in the fields, and they were ca. D
t winter n
aid pests In passing the high. The fact that eggs are in greater i,
; Uratlay'B suggestion One of these pens ,'' est point in its cycle. when control effective demand this winter than ever before mble of totally destroying the potuo qL,o --01:10: _-0-r? H. A. Lee & Co.
and )I
would safest most
serious each measures crop. :Mr. Watson identified it as
which Is more or less put us. on the lookout for any helpful
and to discover from its natural ) he sweet potato weevil and reportedhe Incorporated
year is the shuck worm. suggestions, and when the county
The shuck worm passes the winter enemies. agent told us that there was going to j I mattered to theState Plant Board.
.. in the : The weak point in its life historywas 1 I This Board and the United States BROKERSSALESMEN
in thepupa or resting stage past be a poultry meeting held over in the I Thomas BuildingGAINESVILLE
found bo dormant periods of
season's shuck and now may be des. to by Bob Williams' store, Department of Agriculture detailed
open space
citrus, the most Important of which rained entomologists the work FLORIDA
shucks under- on
by plowing the made our plans to
troyotl we )I
; is that of the early winter. It was : .
I In 1917 and
When the worms emerge CII adults or The Extension poultry man was arly a thorough inapec-I We have 42 branch offices throughout I P. O. Box 121
moths they arc unable to work their found that groves which were cleaned I I present at this meeting, and spoke in radication was begun. It was neces- Florida and Northern States and i

way through the soil above them and up thoroughly of aphids in the early regards to getting better winter egg I ary to eradicate the pest and at the are now adding 43: more : '[1Dmfsu"m.u: ;" u.H'U'If'lWWl'uuu""u.uJI ; ,

arc killed. At this time of year the trees winter escaped with much less injtyy I I production, which he sold was necessary ame time not stop crop production! I The best selling reposition in Flor. I

have lost their leaves and this aids during the following spring. AS a' if best profits are to be made or this was during the war when Ida-YOU SEND THEM: -WE SELL
locating chucks that have result of these studies the growers I I He said that the birds ood was badly needed.
greatly in from pultry. I THEM: Liberal commissions. A
j new YOU GET
have been urged to do everything consistent situ
I These after the
I f hung on. These should be knocked off should have a good laying mash kept men, studying selling plan-ethical, substantial
and then the orchard plowed if no cover with good grove practice to I([ before them at all times. I can remember 1 tion, mapped out the following sys- : fitable. Backed by Company pro-
get: the trees as dormant as possible reported in the Florida operating MORE
it would be best old when used em, as EGGSI
crop growing now the times we in :Florida for over 30 years. With
the winter. It has been found ;
\ to wait until the middle, of Februaryand during to make mash for beer, but I never J rower. highest reference Dunn's, Bradstreet's I
that it will do to neglect this pest, I I 'I
T then plow. The cover crop will not heard about laying mash before. Well, 1. Every old field should be thoro- or any; Florida Bank.
and the shuck especially on varieties which start mash is y cleaned at harvest time the vines -
have nerved Its purpose he explained that a laying aground
worm will not have emerged. It may late in the spring, like tangerines. I I feed for chickens, which can ,icing fed to stock or burned, and the Brokers or Salesmen. Open a department
Nicotine suplhate-limc dusts most ield hogged I n your office for the secur-
still\ be destroyed and damage/ to the be made at home or bought already over.
satisfactory of control if should be bankeds ing of prospects to send in our free
following year's crop be lessened. means applied mixed. It should be made of equal 2. The potatoes
during calm we .ther. far from the old field, Motor! Coach to Davenport. Regular
as possible
Plow now if there is no cover crop, Diffl-I parts of wheat bran, wheat middlings, I
culty of finding the end from the site selected for the weekly trips. You will enthuse over
now. flour and 555;: cent I
and later If there Is a cover crop corn meal, out per
growth has led to the devising of I I text year's field. our new sales plan of lots, orange and
But by all means !plow the last year'sShucks I meat scraps. Ho said this should be I I
of tents which be used in I!I farm should grapefruit groves. Big profits for
the types can i 3. All potatoes on the
under this winter for control I kept'before the birds at all times and a
windy weather small trees. I le of you next four months.
on disposed early.
of the shuck worm, says Mr. Brat. good way was to just put it in a hop > I
Careful spraying has also been found them I| 4. No potatoes or plants from the Send for beautiful illustrated book. j
let chickens
ley. per and the help A he..1II lay twice a.many PPR with a
'y i effective if applied before any consid selves. + ld crop should be used on the farm let and our sales proposition. Or little of the" proper help. Pratt Poultry

TELLS. : MEASURES FOR SUCCESS 'erable number of leaves have been lie also said that the birds should nd no drawbeds should be planted. better still!, attend our Sales Conven- Regulator inoreditni mipplira* Vital abundant l (tnzr lienu CKR"m.iking fromrare -
e curled by the pest. twice 5. Old potato banks should be tion and Training School this week, ireda and ,impnrtM herbs So valuable -
IN: GRAPE CROWING: reeccive a feed once or
:: ) ire thfc i hat Hcuulntor pncticnllycluuhlca
Intensive study has been made of I leaned as soon as empty. Friday and Saturday December i
i ir. n day. Well, I could kinder guess 18-19 the \:due of any mash You
m. Gainesville, Fin.-Although/ there, this natural enemies, both Insects and what a scratch feed is, but he said it 6. On.,- draws from sources knowno at Duveport. You are Cordially invited build. them up vitality strength among to resist your birdtpiv and-

., are yet many problems to be solved fungous, in an endeavor to ascertain is. a feed of cracked grain scatteredon 1 be free from the weevil should be We will reserve hotel accommoda cold weather disease" roup

:i t In connection with successful ,production I what help may be expected from them. the grounds and in litter to make ised.At tions for you. I Itrndrcda of trading commercial,
their due
try men aut-cesa a toIlatiB
4 t of grapes throughout Florida, Certain fungous diseases have been the hens scratch for it and exercise.It first it was difficult to get the 1 I This may be your opportunity.. Regulator:
I'i! with attention and right varieties found vrey effective if weather condi- ull cooperation of the farmers proper should be made of cracked corn WRITE OK
WIRE tttliind Regulator None other would
there is nb doubt that !grapes can tions are fuvoablo for their growth.It and wheat (in winter about three erned, but this program was car-: I dare" make tin. nmaung guarantee
has been found that the chief rea- lad out, the potato weevil was stared LOUIS W. WALTER, Manager
be produced, says Harold Mowry assistant parts of corn to two of wheat). lIe
horticulturist of the FloridaI I son insect: enemies of tle) aphid, principally said that equal parts of corn and and eradicated from this sec. I .' Branch Offices .
Experiment Station. The measure of lady-beetles and syrphus-lies, wheat would be about right for summer ion. It is still\ present in some coun- r8.t"
success attained will depend largely on do not increase more rapidly in be. ies of southern Florida, however. Holly Hill Grove and Fruit Company 'T : Regulator
I of Famous
Holly Hill Groves
I tho adaptability of the variety to specific cause they themselves are much at. lie said that hens should l be neith. -
Subsidiary of Wilson-Toomer Co. To Our Cmtomera err nand Mind Pratt
tacked other insects and funous diseases
R localities and the attention by CATARRIIAL DEAFNESS fottttry A/cM/oJor unc9tullumalluAry
i give I er too fat nor too poor. In an endeavor to find a lady DAVENPORT I were ttu fnmtJtt itmttvdi or ut rttvrnygitrmotfy
cutivatlon I FLORIDAIn
en to spraying, pruning, i When he said that it was necessary la often caused b>' un Inflamed condition ,
beetle be
which would less
and fertilizing. I susceptibleto I for the birds to have some green feed or the mutoua lining of the Eustachian Polk County. On :Main Line Atlantic Sold and Guaranteed by
VARIETIES.-The question of varieties these diseases, a very large specieshas each day, I was elected for we have Tube. When this tuba la Inllumed you -
been introduced from Californiaand I nave a rumbling sound or Imperfect Coast R. R. and Central] Dixie. Midway J. W. WHITE& SON
has not yet been definitely de. plenty of oats anti rye sowed near liearlnv Unless tile Inflammation can:. I between Tampa and Melbourne. !
tcrmincd; some varieties are thrivingIn several hundred of them are now the house where the chickens can run be reduced .your hearing may be destroyed -

some sections while having proved on hand for liberation in the groves as in it. Oyster shell, charcoal, grit, rani.IIALL'S CATARRH I' MEDLCINE will -
failures in others. This factor, nol soon as the aphids become abundant and clean drinking water was the rest do what. wo clnlm;; fur ,it-ria )t/ur system
doubt, will\ be determined gradually as In the spring. he said they should have. I thought Catarrh of Catarrh ll.tLlt\I'.LRHaIEDICINE.<"I t I IHiln' 41 caused by I

additional variety plantings are madein then that a hen ought to lay if she has been 'lucuaBful I I... the treatment OS
+ 'rent'suctions. HINTS: TO IlOUSE11'IVESWeekly Catarrh: for ()\or Purii.ara..
tho difC The follow. was given all these things, but any- Sold bill drugKlsts.
ing are among those probably being From Home Demonstration way decided to go home and try them b'. J. Chaner 4 Co., r". '-de, Q

t tho most widely "planted, : Arm ..l
c Beacon, Brilliant, Carman, Ellen Cott suggested ration, and do you know, it .
I : -- -- --- ---- -- -- WANTEDParties
I and R. Munson. Other varieties, BULBS FOR WINTER FLOWERING wasn't long until I noticed that we -

\ mostly hybrids. are doing well in some I The Paper White narcissus and the were getting spore eggs. Of course wo j
r Sections The :Muscadine typ. which mircisussus Grand Soeil D'or (yellow are not getting full production new FLORIDA OLD AND NEWA

,.4 Includes the Scuppcrmie, Thomas, with orange cup) are the most easily -that's mighty hard to get during

Ames, Mish, Flowers, Memory and grown in water. Place them in a \.Inter-but. we are getting about Complete and Up-to.Date : I

Rt'>;, other varieties, can be grown successful shallow bowl and make them firm by 50 per cent production, and that is Handbook

f& y with a rmnim m amount of care t packing with pebbles. Chill with water making us money.
in early all portions of the state. I lund I let stand an hour or two, then -. Reliable information regardingsoils

SOILS:;.- Vell-drnined fw'tile sols'! drain off almost all the water and set The turpentine operator! should ob- climate, schools, churches,

containing considerable amounts of tine bulbs in a cool, dark closet until serve the weather nearly as carefully population, roads, railroads, banks with trucks the
organic matter should be chosen for I i! root growth has formed which will be I as doen the farmer says the United deposits and real estate. to contract cutting -

9 the vineyard site. TIle usual doficiwicy about two weeks. After about four States Department *f Agriculture. Everyone df the sixty-six
and of
of organic matter can be overcome weeks in the light they will be In Observations. made at Starke, Fla., counties in Florida treated in a hauling Cypress :, y

(" by growing legunftm cover bloom. The Chinese sacred lily and also during the 1925: turpentine season separate chapter with full page

4s'' orops. Such a crop slejeuld bo grown ; the crocus may be grown In the show that a warm day immediately after map. Blocks, we to furnish the timber. Average -

MI the lend, the season previous! to same way. chipping greatly increases the flow Also double imp show
Manures valuable. and ( of tare.. haul 14 miles.
pointing. are :; A ing the locathllof the counties\ !
r i il: available, should be used. of Florida; a second d.uble page
Ffu\NTI'/IG.-Th./ .. winter months \Won't do your marketing dyer
roads of the
L y are best for planting.\ One-year plants orals and left-overs. work with Inadequate or wornout t faced, graded and unimproved;

should l be used. Distanceo will vary ac. I Don't buy anythng beoavse It Is tools. and a third double page map cars your loading point. Write or see \
,44 cording to variety, but 8 feet rows, cheap, if you don't need It. Don't overcrowd your hoop with showing the railways of Floridain I

h e with vines spaced 10 feet in the, Ron't be afraid to buy keepable too much: -too much furniture, use operation or to be constructed.Size .
row will be about the average. At;; i things in large quantities. less brick-a.brac:, andcheap pictures. 8x11. 480 \
tame of planting, a pound or more of(fI! Ron't have things charged. Don't wear a kimono an dboudiot Paces
ground steamed bone should be ap, I- Don't forget that the cheaper cuts cap to do you morning's work In. More than 100 beautiful reproductions -

plied-mixed with soil\ used in filling of meats afford much nourishment, Don't can everything. Eat what of Florida scenery.

obeut plant. if they are porperly cooked. you can and can what Is left over. Price $Z.OO per copy, Deluding I LUMBER MANUFACTURING

j CULTIVATION.-Regular lhalloweultlvatlon Don't buy fuits and vegetables out Don't spend practically all day Sun- cost of mailing.

should be given the whole I of season. day preparing a Sunday dinner. Sunday

of the first growing season, and un. Don't go on a long shopping trip should be as much a day of rest Rufus R. WilsonPublisher COMPANY
til after maturity of fruit in after sea." without first making out a list of for the housekeeper as for anyone. .

sons, when A cover crop to maintain ( things to be purchased If you would Don't work spasmodically. Do your

s soil fertility should b. planted. The conserve your mental energy. work systematically.: Orlando, Florida GAINESVILLE FLORIDA11rJl

', ; Munson 3-wire canopy system of Dont shop after you have acquired: Don't live beyond your income.: AGENTS WANTED I ,

training has been found most satisfactory -'an aching head and jumpy nerves. How many of these "don'ts" do you
in that it permits a free cir These .are not capable of good r.- do? --_-----------d: IIIIIIIIIIIII'V! '
/ --- ,:1"- ... .. \.JftDI ,... ..... _
culation of air through the vine and I suIts at anything. e


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DECEMBER: 18. 1925:

I Township 9rn South Ranir Twent.n.I .l'''''v rliihl, ,,f "?> thrnce 71. dearee. ,...t on 4
B. H. S. JOURNAL: Miss Calhoun-What do you mean Many Words That Add I Relay Christmas Plan Eaftt. and the Rant three-fm'rths of Nortw: ** (he ald riuH, of nay v.7 feet : thence in
by saying\ that Benedict Arnold wasa I I nunrtpr ofnrthw<..( nuart.r of Station Ten, hit Jo point ?, healmmn, ? ,In Section 4 :
I Affords Entertainment Townnhlp SIs South. Ran. TV.nty.two Fa.t tb. .. s"1"1,
Continued from 2.) ? ( Christmas SeasonWORDS I quarter' South of the 8.
( page janitor o
That nalil ilofrnilant. K. R.: Hln.klr. and all A. 10. Railway and l "10.. N".h..t .
J Ben-The book says that after his coins to our Up MO eesley SUCCESSFUL pre-C'hriatmas plat I ",".. p.rHonii InU....'... iihiil appear to thi. in. I..hw..1!; quarter and! the South,pmRer bait nf Of
i C d525252525t5Sd52Sl" A '
Hid the of the Clerk lb.1 (ho
for lotion at office of Southwest
of his life in school quarter and the
the In Kant
exile he spent rest do old mid youiijr clubs I half of
not always
1011" the
upprt-- laid court at Hrmlford County, Flor Northwest quarter. of tho Southwest!
abasement. clute how glorious some uf them are group, etc., which lessens responslblllty I Ids| "n Monday, th.. flat day of February A. I IlJ. l Icr and Lot 2 or Northwont qua.... and aunt.tut
Reports From and Is Relay Christmas hue' or judnmrnt will be enter.ii agnlnayon. I or fraeUonal' W..I halt or
end how labor a the Norlhseat
they meaD to us. ,
Joe-What k ;;;i7 shoes should I quarter. tying North and Weal ot Corn.lia
c; Think of the words that add to the nhrn. a week or more before Christ Oven under my hand and filial neal ..t etnex. scoordinn, to .'tat or Sampeon. City. .. .
( wear with these golf hose ? Christmas of them nice H series of socials are Indulged stark.. Dradforil County III." of Florida. I reel lots sold In Sestina d : "
The Gra des& I season Every one thin 2nd day of Dr.mb, 19S8. I Sorlhon.t .
Eloise-High boots. has a significance and Christmas In. Our or more of the group Is a 'ALDERMAN quarto n(. Mi. Southaaat quarter
a except 10 act*, in the Southeast
earner end the
> beautiflll'1J. meaning of Its own. hostess, assisted by others who decorate O.rk of Circuit port, South half ot the South halt ot the Southeast
522.S25i52! Gary-Are you painting a plan the stunts and games arrange RPpERBON".dtot County, florid) .Iun..r. .r ih. oUIl..t quarter and the Buntof
There rib
lire and there lire W. J.
D. Mo patriot. green half of the Northwest
'. Second;;; G'ade. your bons. There are gifts and there Is the menu provided. by the hostesi Sheriff Bradford County, I wNorthaat. A quarter: the 8outh-

and which consists of things usually State of Florida qunrlxrf lima
1 We have two new pupils which now vtenth Grade Yuletlde. There Is sleigh and there "r Section S, Northolllt quarter

makes our enrollment fifty.three. We regret: the absence of Billy Is snow. served as the lrst course of a dinner NOTICB thenSnuthhalf Rotlt..t. .
The second social '611be\ held at another frthe guarterwof.
One of class-mates, Lillian Stern- Gnlin.ii from our room, caused by There are bells and there Is cheer. Section Snulhe..t

berg, has been absent for the last tyro sickness, and hope to have him backin There Is the bright fire and the home with fitting food for! time In the Circuit Court, Rltihth Judicial' Clrcult and" .81..... qu.rter of ..

'. weeks because of sickness; so we gave a few days. I frosty air. There are sleds and sun second course In a dinner.If In and For th. Counlty. of llradford the IIIorth halt "' the Northwest quuaar u:
l the hostess desires to pr"sent11ft aiauof Florida In Chanxry.IIKEVARO and! the North half. of th. Southeast quarter
,nhn! on the snow and the glow Of a .
her a surprise fruit shower Thursday Grade favors she novel way ol rnOfEKTIEll.. INCn 111 "H,5uS" s' Section 10 IIIorth-
Eighth plans a
afternoon. which she seemed to great The pupils in the Eighth grade drew I ChrlHtmas There Is afternoon.happiness and there are distributing them. On packages on I vxlHtlnv corporation under omanl th. law Ml and of Florida) dun quarter I N North half trtl''O':: : quarter hrmt Su'::

appreciate and enjoy. Complainant and the North half ot the .
names so that we could have a Christmas candles. There are wreaths acd holly line across a room blindfolded gursU' va nt 'Ihe' Northeast ."""..' and Southwest the North quarter halt

A second grade pull Lois Judd box. ana mistletoe. may tie Christmas tags on a parcvlwhich C. I.. Took. .t. al. I .t rte North....' ..... and the North half
I ot ire'
I the & uth .
wrote this story which need only At our last club meeting a program There Is Santa Claus for the children becomes his gift. Magic tricks \WfadantaOrdrr.f B.r lc. by rubllcatlonNolle. ot Section li : the Northwest quarter

, committee appoh.ted to get up a are performed and prize gifts ar| ALL IN TOWNSHIP
three corrections. This is exceptional was and friendly voices wishing oae I I SEVEN: (7)) SOUTH

for second grade work: Christmas program which we will\ have '. and all a Merry Christmas and a awarded those who guess the tricks. In Known and Unknown Defendant I n.\Nn South halt TWENTY.ONE 121'' EASTr
I. before Christmas Winning in various stunts Is an ex. Notice U hereby uhrn t<> C. L. Peek a re.l. ,I, or the North halt ot the' North.
in room Happy New Year. .et narler ,
our ,toot ef Stark. Rrailford' Moony Klnrlda. : :, "I1' "'" Southwest> quarter. of the
I What I do on Christmas!' There In the postman and there Is ruse for a gift to be presentedobject the Alexander H. Tuition I not known to complainant ': of JVorlhweal quarter. .Inl'kt Soulhwmt Quarter

I I hanK my stocking by the fire tion.Sandwiches were sold at Physical a small child by the old chimney being that each guest shall re whether dead or alive) and'or' all pentnnirlnimlnK I 1.7.. Section SOIJTmi" n.\NI1v.. T"NW.TWO WNSHI1' BfcVKN
Inlen-nt. under him |tJl21
and to
.. place and Santa fills my stocklDafuI.. Education period Monday, and the I There Is pluru pudding and mince pie ache a package of equal I value. A lunar certain nay. plec.. parcel or tech of l Indhroinsftor EAST.

When I wake in the morning I eat money will go to make our room look and turkey and cranberry. There Is post office with postmistress may hold] deMrlbml. either a. I livlra. dal.icranttm I I, Tho NO'lh'nol Item ..

i my breakfast then. I see what Santa nice Sonic of the plaster looks loose tbe Christmas tree and children talk. a coveted gift which may be procured l residence or unknown..,10"1.l to. complainant KHtnuel A.; Swann Flo.dlll, 'a. Norlhwnt, quarter imarlvr, of nf the the., Northeast Nnrtheait. qu...

puts into my stocking. My papa would but that will be fixed and we hope to lag of reindeer. only by performing some task.or stunt Rnn!! >ail Comiutlly ,iltui. unknown to complnlnanli ,.rr'N Southeast quarter rfulhs' Northeast. SJSr.o.ftll
"What did Santa bring ?" looking like it had just I There Is tinsel and there Is holiday' peculiar to (the lath 1-itimild. W K Thonn. n r...ld.nt of Oalneiivlll I I .., ,, qrt..r.,.. .. aouthwMt quarter
say, you I have our room .. Alachim County. Florida David I.. ,VI. ".r. of Snuthwwt quarter. North.
Santa bring me a doll, a sled, blue been added on to the other part of thebuilding. cRnd)'. There are stockings and there The last early ","-1111 may be ... .r'ledwltll \an, an ndmlnliitralur uf the Rilato' of Mill I i-nut, .mait.r at the RnuihNut quarter South.

arU hed. Toys for my doll house, also < I I are Christmas decorations. popcorn candy, nuts In holidayb..k..t. l it..1 K Itniwn, dt...enNeil. anil'nr nil penniniclnlmlnir il mot; ?,carter lIt 4ntith.nL Quarter of 8...tloNorth.ndl .
Interest under him In and theInd
_ oranges and apples !anti nuts. I There are surprises and there arezclteinents. distributed from a tree or hi'rolimftvr any ,....., Ib.d.! either aa helm lo dtf.IM I mmrl.r of tlm Southeast quarter

; ,. A SURPRISEWe .. cleverly hidden In the fireplace which ,., M uriiiidH ..r .there i imJarne* S, N.IlnyIreshh'Re. \ I Norlhnmt quarter nf the Southeast uiwrl.r.
; Fourth Grade may later have a lire around which refreshments ( unknown to cnniplalnant) ThnmaiH Niiiiihni.t iiuarlir, lIt the kijthWint .,,,..t...
the And all of these have such nn.t the
promised surprise by things .
are a Knliiht. n lil.nc . ,j' The fourth grade pupils are very pupils and teachers of the fifth sixth, I I beautiful sounds. The words themselves are eaten. Thom.. J. Purdln (r.ldcnco unknown to comt'lnlnmiti 1. of ::: I : .
their This relay Idea may be carried out .I : W. 1'':. Knluhf. N n.vidi-nt of SlMrkt. .uthi..l i.ri.r, at tha Northwest qtiartrl.
hear that class-mate
j sorry to seventh and eighth grades, when we ire( so wonderful. They mean Sunlhwnt quarter I Hrailfiinl County Plm Idn A;. Oonlo, n rciil quarter
, Arthur Darby Jones is not yet able to return after Christmas vacation. We 10 much. No other words would be during holiday week -Riled "New! Leaf I Int of .laeknon\illv. Dvital 1 Ir'o: Florida: A: I 1 and ih:; Wmt half ,,r Hi,' Northwest quarter

return to his class room lie has anticipating something of interest the same. I I I Year" parties, with games savoring V. Luau n r.ident.f I'nlutlin lurliln '1'.1 IMdrrliinn I I nf Ihn ""n.h.. .... quarter. nf Section IT I
are I I'Swt ,".
of prophecy for the New Year. A NewYear's ,. n rt'ftlilent of 8tnrku. llriulfnrd C""" Ij.r..ninrd. uf tin Northeast' quart.ii
been sick over two weeks. for there pupils and teachers appear And bent of all Is the word Christ. ty. Florida Florliln Hart triuldenct unknown ,,, the i Hi.iiihi.int uimrtnr mil. tho Knit: th.....
live woke terminate festivities. .,lIorh'",. of. the Hi.iilhfii.l' .
I duly nunrter of the South.
We regret very much that Martha concerned, about something very very mns.I '10 viiinpliiltiniir, ,imblir Lumber Compnnimilim '
I' ; M.t iliia rlor of HMllon I 2x NnrthwMt
Brownlee is out of school this weekon important How can WP wait! I It Is the year's most glorious word .-Gertrude Walton. uitknoMn. lo comiilnlnnnt) : Emplril.umti 1 nf:; the Houthritiit quarter nf amiilnn 25I|quarter North.\
II .(0). lets, W.at.rn N.w.pap.r Union) r Company, nllh offleihi and' Agent alSlarkr. .1 i .
"r quarter of the Nnrthvam
account of sickness. Mary Graham Ponner.C. Dradfiml County. Florida: Donald h.I I quarto| Northl
I weal .
of "
quarter the "hw. .
quartr, North-
( ). 1/1L Wot.rn New.pap.r Union.) M""Knv ii' .101. Tier unknown to complslnsnllKdnnril / : ,.
alt of the
quniiur Northwest
1 M. niekenon not known to complainnIrlher .- quarter North
Sixth Grade
I I tlio,
'' Santo Fo m\rr of Snttion. 33.1 ALL IM
Hnt tend nr at Isol niidlor all
II pnnion "
Club I KILLED: IN CMINUTta ) coder him In and roWNHIIIISKVKN: ((7) NOTmi. HANOH
Busy Body Christmas Fair 1.lnlmln. anv mtere.t tiilium
ml, Every rWr-NTY.ONB: : ,JI. KABTi: and youend
Our !ast meeting was held in the sixth c rlsln. pliei1., pnicelN n.r tracta of land I'Hcii ,if Yu". anlirrrhy .....rr.d to apiwar In
. e grade room Friday morning. Firstwe I: I t h SUICIDErod Six Puppies, Nellie'sPresent and Happy for SwintonIT ','rrnnter.hereinafter or described mh'rulpn, .,'Itller L. P nil Wall helm,(reld.nof tloInet* ... nf I nut ,nlin\u vntltlpil Court In newer tho bill '
enmiilalnt fllcil Hunlnm / the
C for Her Mistress ClirNtmas Nature known ,lo cnmplulnantl K. I I. :Mcfall. you in .fete
WAS an unusual ; :
I sang a song, Star Spanll'lodBanner. I II.Winheiir.. Thomni %V. Wllllnm. and .. n.'n..1 J] l ...'" "n, "' heroes the 4th day of Jan- '
eo CTa had mock II The rosebudswere atnt'l A. D 1n a.
then we sang the high school to be no Christmas Roberto (residences of eaeh and w. rv ThenrailfnnT:: :

song and Miss Calhoun correctedsome II Prom SITICIOE CO.. Commerce Cs THEBE'as Suzanne 11 II n8'n. still bUr,,' lag Into bloom ; the known complnlnantl and or all,"...,."n. In llrailfi.nl County County.IVI.Kraph.Florida a I I. paperi.iibllihi.il hr-
.lIh| of them
Ins Interest under hem '
mistakes out of the mistake box MITCHELL'S DRUG SCOREIOC3OC The famll was in dire Unnnclal difficulties sunshine was lirnadcaHtlug' far and eneh nn and every In and to this nr certain I........ I..
i neur a warmth that doesn't usually of traala of land I hereinafter dracrlbnl.I I. notice shall b. \puhllnhml for four anaeently.w.rkly .
and It wits mutually agreed pare.1 .
: ; ; I. ,prior to old' .
, them all that for this one continue was over I the land ; but one I ru her' HM In rn, K'\iHtw KraliUi* or olliiiwineMnrk D.. 1921.WI'PNRSS.
among H Wynn I not kn..n t lo ... .' '
?DII xonoi 1OC3OI locao Christmas there would be no exchangeof fire was needed and that the Christmas whether dead or ,Alive am.llIr) nil ".r."n. my hnnil sod ion I of office |hl..Inl .

... gifts Suzanne wan disappointedthat blast to kindle In the hearts of the II"" any Interest under him In .n.t.o. .IOln"1 .. dry of Dvoi'nibiT. A. II. 1(12(1.( (

Y0 S D certain ple.... iiaroeln or tracU of land 0. W. ALDERMAN
there would he no surprises, but cold and veltlxh the warmth and sunshine In.''.. divcrfhiNl,. either a* helm' Clerk Or th. Clnult Court for

she comforted herself with the thought which thud had settled over the ffrnntrnm u<* otherwise 1'':. 8trontr (I..Id.n..1 Bradford County, Slat of "'orId. -
unknown R. J. Slurlliwrg.l, ..
lo enmiilainnntl
land and Intended. for heart
that she would at least have Nellie hu every '
I Irmldencu unknown to complalnnnt : J. C. IIIE".1 ny c. A. KNIGHT
4 faithful dog to play with Christmas Abe Swinton "came from his "hltnI1.1awn..d Kilic" H. <'. Land' J P Mrl..moiJ. R. Enrt;: t"'Pllt" CI..k.
and looked around. Old nnd T W. 1'111..1.1.( .".... nf ouch and .vorvknown CHAR A. POWERS
her the
Day. Nellie had been given to .
Siilleitor for
I lit complainant i und'or nil I.wriiiinclitlnilnir e"nll.I..nt' 12..1001.1I
Christmas before by tier uncle and she Scrooge himself couldn't hold a candleto any InUreNt tindi-r them or oil her of I-

Abe who wax si-lrtuh and stingy to ,' In end' to (hone cvrtalnplceefi
had been Su/iinn constant com- them met and e erv II !VOTICB OF PAIR OP llfl.Onn Id SIX PER
4 o the bone The chimes, of the First pareeli or tracts of lend hereinafter, illner -. I CENT: TURN
until about a month IF I.AWIKV; ,
up ago led. either, ll. heir, ilex buo en. urantee*. nrotherwlve
Do when the dog was sent away-"to the church were pealing forth "Merry : June ItedilUh. (renldenco. unknown tr I FI.olnlllilt"""

i Christmas :Merry Christmas Merry eomiilalnantl 1 : and'or' all pernfina ors mia, Any
hospital, her mother had explained) Intoreftt under In tho certain He,'eb" nnllci.. U ,,"..n that Ih* Ooan( of
Perfumes Suzanne been uiiiBt unspeakably Christmas to all !" The IIOJH and girls I piece., pare.), nr.ml' 1"n\ hrralnafteidmrrlbeil Town i.f Uawt... Florida. will

fl if I lonely all tl tit month Hh no pnl. and were playing In the iiroot and shoutedto othtrwl, .'*.either; Nancy n.Terra helm!, (.dexlnern...hl.n.., unknown irrant nor n menu, Electric! bids Uxlit.1 Tin rILnebr'piirahwa of the Town>10.of.

had been counting the days till Christmas Abe : "A Chi'lslmuM uf sumililnpand I'" eumplnlnanl. and''or all elalmlnii '' l.nwlry. llrailfnnl. County Florida up to and

I when she wits promised the log flowers we bring' you today.. We .nv int.reHl under. her In an l..on.... e.rtalnple limluillnic llw Ililh ilny ..f Jnnimry. A. D. llUo.
... parcel, tract of land herelnnfteidescribed said n.miU am lo. ho dated' the lath day of
f'n.o.them| I and or
hope yeah yourgrouch
would he hers again ",'., mh.r., A. D
and other 0 olther an helm. ilvvlnmm' iiranU'ea 01 ,:I luan. and are to b* In duni'mlnallnnB -
r I Christmas morning when the door will puss nuin'. ,otherwliin ; and alt pennn known or unknown of ...11110.00 each, nil to bar
; Abe went Into Ids hut and mutteredto rlnlmlntr any interval nr int.r.nt In and U IntiTiit tit tho ratn nf .ix tor cent p..r annum
bell Stizunne\ flew down the stainto I oI t
o rang hereinafter dr.eribed. land nr any parttt I payablv .ml..nnu.n.. on Ih* nth day
I answer There; was an excited cry himself ; he fell hilly but couldn'tventure the. ...."f. ",old I ,land* lying being and ultuate In Inn,, aol. lH.mh.r of taah year ln'I Intii.ni -

O Toilet Luxuries of Joy. "Oh mummy, come down and out again lie took from hiding the County of Bradford. State' of Florida which Inlirtvt, coupon..t all lioinl.atiacliinl are, payable The at the. flnn-and

I see what's here." "There lrf"a bosketbrought a bug of shining K..IoI-he felt of II laniU'.0110.lire..more fully and particularly dmorlbca Nnllnnal Bank In the City and the Slut

by the hoy from the dog hospital It, started to put It buck, but Instead a* t Item I. I..r .. York.
V make ideal IIo I took It to he Provident association."fan I Fractional Hiellon' an niim.tlmea referred tinf amount of .bonds offered for ale! (I.
was Nellie with, six little puppies
520.111111' IKI' and the principal nf paid bondi shall
I eontnlnlnir lap 14 nenwfrncllonat :
1 l. and t.
(HIM t 1.2
gifts for every O just like her. Suzanne was In love this he suit), for the poor. Thin I Northraiit quarter of flection USomet'mia bas and paynhlu 1 1.nno.oo iho 19th day of

U feifilnine name on with the Is the best Christmas I over hud andI I retard to an Lou I and i. coninlnlim 1I..mh'.r.. piu'li your poulnnlntr with I9flu.nml .
D i 'pups .
nt i.ndlnii with imr llll will b. aoo.pUdup
fractional Rant: half
your Hat.,Our gift groups o "Th,,."rl' Just a Christmas gift for feel happy It's l,<>caime the sun I Northwest nit lo acrea quarter: iomMlmea referrid tiim In ono uelouk. ,p n..n January lutlt. 1080.Ml .

shines BO warm I suppose,' ;; never another liliMon are n'ipiln-,1' i In deposit" with W. B.
the HntilhwcHt eor
you from Nellie: said the boy and let 1. except (I urea In'
by all the leading perfumeriei include I of Becllnn in. cnnlalnlnu' Prorate I acatary. nf. thn (Hoard of Truat** of
like It, to me it I least nor of raid tract
cloned the door behind him.-:Marlon of th. Northi the Town of l.awli.y Plnrlda. a ortlflnl .nkr.r
Fine Soaps, Toilet Waters Perfumes R. Kvngiinrg The sunshine continued and every ltd. ..IT t ncr : Nnrthwent SnuthwMt iniarti-r quarter qf the North.wet 11.Ohmn.ut| .aid chock to b. mad payable
i iiuart.r.
and her favorite I Clirlstmns full and happy and $8outhea quarter of tho North I in II. H Thule chairman I of the, Hoard, of Truali -
U powder. tits\ W .pfrn "'. ..p.p.. Union > wits quarter : .. if Town
I, of the Hmifh < 'the of Lawtcy rliirkl
Norlheant quarter
I Joyous.Endly Unrks Adams, moot quarter' All l.l.l.lro.. shall the time within
Full Holiday Line! and the Northwrnt iiuarter of thiSmitliwi.t niiMlfy'
o I ,elk 135, Wiml.rn .w..p.r. t'nlon ) I'.nt i quarter quarter of Section 1R. onlnmln' ; iv h oh the "10101.... will\ comply with th* t.rm.tlnriHif .
of the Famous o I TOWNHHM' 'I7i SOUTHIMNRh after oath I. ....n by the old 8ii.lnry *,-
p a nee nrn ALL IN : i2ll' KAHT: being II I .. .f Ih,, Hoar I of T........ that d.II..."
Elmer's Candies : THE KIND THAT COUNTS I : ; : TWKNTY-ONK: a r i In. iM.rulH ean bo mail.irilfli'd ..
'',inl 1 of '21 TI .
Eastman acre.Item. 1. I ( cheek. rof.rr.il to above .la to b*

Stationery, nU A GOOD SUBSTITUTE Th. Northeant quarter of lhi Soulhea.liinnrter ili/pi..lt.d an a nuHrant.0 nf full eumpllanii
I wllli .ih bid ulimltti'il. and In the craft. of strepunec
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies ,. of the Roilthea.( *
M ulbvei.' ) quarter. .

Ivory Combs, Brushes, Mirrors IOQ' I A.."AS, : NO ISTl1AT\ "=,07I "oiiarler and tha of "flection Solllhea'in inlnrtrr,, North of half the of South.the I part" of the nf uch bidder. bid to and comply. the with flloon th* t.rmnIhvnnf th

'ID'IDStanley I MOREXMAS. : WELL LET I i.a.t. quarter Boutheait quarter: of thiVnrlh nanio, shall ho .n..d..1. l U llquldatwldninnKCH .
Nurthacl quart.r
Unbreakable Thermos Bottles i Board of
and bo laln.il by the
ME of th. Soiithwenl I
G000CHEER\ "e.l ten.rlcr, Raat:

o Fine Band Cigars In Xmas 'I ....,.. ..' / YOU TOI i Unarler.I and Huthwe.Ih. Wo.,quarter half of of the the "BoulhwMl.niartirnf Southwest, I" 'I'rwlem.Hald/ town; nf l.awuy Honda are to b* lesuadfor .
p ',- ,
: lha of bulldlnii an ulMtrlo lightHyxtpm
1 Packages: I / the Snllthea.1" quarter of Section 21 ; purpiuv
/ / Florida and
In the town nf l.awtoy
Northwmt quartir
I J-:;:;:: n"h".1. iiuart.r, of the nnd Snillli- iho building' of. an .iMitrl tight line fromtune
:S: rh half of Soilthwe 'luarter ..
.. llriiilfi.ril. County, Florida, to .Urk
of II.
II..IIlh..l quarter
I n,.t .iiiiitcr. f the
electric flllrrrnt -
r : Southwest llrailfnnl Cminty. Florida, to art
of the
o .1.,.. r. North. quarter Maid. boniln .r. to b* told for not 1 lu
Corpening'sDRUG a .Piarler. South half of the "Soulhwent quarter
half of tho Nort h...! than
11 Section 21 ra "f.o.
o Northwest quarter o|.t'I ." are to be old aublHt to
unrler .f Section 27.
opt "South half of North. pmvlnir opinion of any rvputabl bond! atI -
>p Northeaiit quarter, I 1..J'n.> nail! opinion to b* b* paid
of Northeast .1.
I net nuarter, Wet half the who .h. nam the .".
Tnr by piirehM }
p STORE I MR.PLUM ?f thi N.rlhea nuart.r. and thn Northi'mlnuarlir )
? tornvy.Th.
of Seellon
0 I I, THUDDING "'' M.I.of IN(he TOWNSHIP NoHhwe.t quarter MIX ifll. I'IOUTH.1t1IIl' !i uld 1'r1....... ma rvM. the right to nwct -

FiRE'mORKS-Full Line >S'ill Be TW.ENTV-OVK: I2I > EAST | any and bide'
I .F Hy ord.r 0'1 aald Hoard of 'r..._ of

Opened Next Monday w I SNIFF. Nrthw l quarter turn 1. of the 11011'"..>lipiarter II,. town of l.awt.y. rlorldn.
0 The
of Section 17 : fraal onnl Northwest
D ester except the Eat .,...m. of th. North. halrman of the Board of Bond TrtUIM -
00M He-Think we'll have a green ...t quarter nf the.. Northwest quarter, fraeii.nal >. Town of La.""' riorldn.Att .

Christmas &.'hw..1 quarter and the South hall ,.t :

f fractional' Houlrwaat. quarter of r.tliin 251: W E. TonODR
She-I hope so-. "long green" one
nil ) :fractional North. Secretary, ,f thn Hoard uf Tnutcn,
O a I II .... quarter fcSalnn X7. South.WMII l........ Horlila ll-aO-lt-U-ti.
I a : O quarter and Fast half of fractional
V l. ..ut 10....t quarter' of Section Z7 : South halfof s7iri LUAIWI'A' nf MI"OltaiLANII
I Section J' Southeast quarter of the nouth.ii.i ( F.: OF
I nuart.r of Srctlon 211. Pot half of the
.. of Section. 12. fractional.
JOIOE3OO -I'se the Telegraph Want Ads- I ,iithea.t quarter of "South.we -
Southwent quarter,
11 ___ North half and siren that on the Wni.
Sntlf. la h.r.by
loaoi-- OQO0ta0G OCIO For Little Folk. ,. .th.t quarter South and half fractional of Section' Feat:aa. thre.qurtrmr all fractionalSection lay of I'.mh. A. I*If". l 11I. r..I'M. uiutoralMMdmanlliin and :heat

- -- It scorns as th..u.IIlInlll, : I'luus has 8a sod: North fraelinnsl half l Norlhwe.1 of fractional quarter, Nnrthraatunnrter and rie. Mln<.for.. mln"William... will apply 'nuh.* ICunor-. for

gone to more tniille mnklnK thingsfor frartlonal South half North of th. M.> A. I.. .lirdtrirmu l A. liardlni-r County. of JudM*. IB the

the little girls than the little boys .." Seellon, M. A I.J. IN TOWNSHIPSli ty fI"rlolap'rt for 11ft ordoth.t .
TWF.NTYONKI'll ; : art. II...... In a.
4i RANC.K ?
And the Bride Wore--- this year There are tuuiplrte tea FAST' BOIITII: all fractional e...|,t North half t.. ..II at prlvat ..1.. Flin tb. i erailllp I :'-nol
: .
., .
sets of lusterware. electric' sets that rf North half of No"10...t quarter of llon ni.n.t of .1,1 mln. In Steele.ItadGn.l .
2 all fractional. S-c- ., ,..r..' uf land lylnil andWln
Pretinn r .
fractional .
sulllclrnt/ I all .. ''I" :
really cook food In quantities Florida. d
5 Iola '10' county
B C. i. i a. .Uj.I.1
-an ,i-ory tinted gown with myrialse lion i Bio.1. A. ,,..... of loW 8I: ( ) Eights
for a good sized tea party real cedar 14A, IRA and lx>.. IS and JO and Imo Th. teat: th.hda .
of r'nnentones twinkling under legthit. cbHtAI.loor/ lamps and sewing tables, 12A.. M. |I"?i IflA and I..... A. H r. and. l> ,,f .Illoek. Hl'.t....n '111., M Town dnwrlbtKl of Starks.Cnmmeoelnl on .
C of r'.sty: t.-'ile. The veil wall -but we iibdMnlon. of lxt 17. and M feet on the Ratdd. torte a fof the
all Just as nicely finished us tbe grown of lot in In Block 8 I and all Block 7 ea' : :;". of
mustn't g:<> futhi-r-else we !go on anti npu' turncureUse IU Inn. II A l IIf and 21. and lute i I. 2. : h. Southwest corner full'
on 'til we have told the whole story- apt.ml I In Block I. and Lo" 2. 5. and 4 In Block Ut !Seven (171|. of lll...k 8l..t..n n'g'lrn"'t|T Tilna
W...... ..
10 and love J thence .
and w cannot do that here v the Telegraph Want Ads- :; and, low 1.k and II. : In Bloek t :In Bloek I -w.nl| ,-." f.,t and '10... Inchs. tb.n..Br .Kortli.y .... )

But you must read :it. It Is the story 121 and lulu 2 and andS<< Inutfinchnlii. and lt.t On. hundr..l Five fat Inchaa. .thence the NeltIl'.

e. S. 10 and 12 In BlMk" 1 4. and .., ..nty-.l< fwl .nd':. .107 Slit ..
J of NOTICE I. and 2 .4,4 *. I. >. U :and 12 and Sub.1lvl.lon. A.B. I .....t .orn.r ..f ,,...I. lock f phase. LMna 01

ofFlarhla. C. and P of Lot In In Block. 16. and all' Southerly one hondr..1trl..jn "i.h..I.. .... from
In rinult Court. Bradford County. SUM Dinf ."
', Suh.llvl.lon.' A. B. C'. and wMlnnlna-
"Mr. and Mrs.SALLIE" mock Id ae.Pt A''. S.lb.1. vl.lon. A.I their '.'h.r. W II. Miner daand.Thle .
I Lot 2 and F of Lot I A D. 1Q25.M
"t. TIM National Bank of Prtenbuni.flfirpuratfon. A. B. the 15th dar. '
a B. C 'j',1 l> nf Lot I. and. 'Subdlvlnlon.; A and ff ; I M. v.il!: MINERll4lJSt12.I1.
Plaintiff IC and of lot 2 and 8uh.llvl.lon. Ouardi,
and Lot S and Bubdl.l.lon A of Lot I .
Lot 4 _
7r "' I
of Lots
J 1 11 1 A. and We.th.lf "
and Lou !
(. r:. IlIn.kl". CREDITORS
Biibdlvt.lon AND
', lofmilant. I A. B. and Lou C. P. r. and F NOTICE TO
Civil Artion. Lot III .ml Lou A and B and U* 31 In Block I
Damarr. $ltO.'""> 1" 17 and Lou 1. II and 8 In Block, l I5 and a Notice la. hereby .lvn that all enblere.

written by Gladys Baker-author: of To K K: Illnclil. and all uth.r In..ed l p.rona > ,alf ....r" 'In com.r of 4th and .LolaarS. '5 I 1.-, dl..bu. __ and. all P n.Drr"I '".<
.. Lou S and 8 In Block l III and thetau of A. -
mil against
Sallie's Temptation. It is : In stale ; .
a sequel You anl aeh of roil wilt) r>,.... tab. nntle and X and SuMlvtolon' A and B of Lot I. ,I.l ......, are hereby r.,| I..dto :> .e.n.
,: which in reader intteeaeeeeeeeeeerrrwhich that a lull br atta.hm.nt has bean In......... Pluck. 20. and Pirate" 2$. 2.. 30. SI. 82. n. 84.of .al.d Florrfht wetthisone {
i I >7 Jd and III and all Bl.".k 4J South 1 Jude. ofrRradfonl County. '
: in reader interest far supanses In the Circuit Court of Bradford County.that. 3S, IR of S.rno- b.o'j l ID bar
,h.. rut: end l held
of Florida, b, th. National Bank of the M'A.. L \tAllwn m year or thin' notice 1':01.1. ,..
To..n.hlp .. ald
of her former works. It is 4. to
any confessions analnvt And all p.nM.n
and h.n-to
| a South iS.awe nil stheir '
amrddendant'naand' i7i 131'' taot I all d.bl. lart-
; Tw "
of a new wife. *. the follow. "", .n Is,. are required I to pay .
I.( Oc I .,>d land of Mid drf.ndant lying l *3ZZS-JZ! .. .. r RailwayMason ,, with to the. undi-nlnn'd wlmlnl.tratrla.' 1925,:
r S a
You're .f a. //e-M?
If fail ,
missing something you Ip""u.. In meet' Bradford Coonlr Florida ..m 'Ibla .10. 29 ':is.'lLi 'DRYUEN.
w to real it. St"rt now. Beginning in this atuuhnl ond-r and DT "lnnoldtnir .iruk oppno Ill mil. atkw end-run4Fat on Adminttrt. .i(& i
.It of ._h...... ban.d from 10.18( WI2.2S
BAKEK-.Author ISSUE.: \ .ill l" f-t. Month ": fee t4 a point -
GLADYS .. hand lad Hal of th* railway
.f and annrr l*
Wept e
Ml i7 feel, \d.FRIDAY
th-.. Sooth Want *-
ot _Inn In" I -l' the Tpll'jfr.ph
IwwltlThe ..
f aald Court.
Cl.rk) B. A. L. Ball-
NorthM ".u>...., of Reties Nln. ,II* l-. NortH 411 W f-t Se

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y' .f I NOTICE-TO-DEBTOR-ANp CREDITORS--*a.t corner. of Section Fourteen and wee thereon on the 11th -
lord : Telegraph' day
B a County Notice In hereby. sinn that of Janus
; all creditors, .
: I A'1 legatees, distributee and all 8HS ft to a POOl North 86* fL to a pool East 1926.Wltnw
.._ .__ .. persona hiving I BeS> ft. to a Sri on Section lino thenea South
: -- claim .In.' th EataM. of J. B. Rhoden 881 ft. ... m" offlel.1' "KnatUK, alld ,
to point of .Innln.... Sea. 14, Township the 8th
day of
deceaaed arc hereby required to present their 6. South Dmrntxr. A. D. 11125\
weki; ; claim Rang 20 East I aans.Th
J entered duly
PubUshed and as authenticated I U the Honorable O. W.
II.... A. Gardiner, County Judge. of Bradford said land being wr...01 at the date of M.IJI.R
second class matter at the post County Florida within on. year. Or. this the 'Issuance of such certlfloat In the .lame of Clerk Circuit (Gnin [II i
notice will be held In bar thereto : And all Unknown Jut,.. laid County i
shall be
,f office at Starke, Florida. Indebted .. a'C-A''6 ,
.1 peraon to aid Eatat am required redeemed according to law, tax deed will .lieu 12.11-111-1-' ,
s to pay their said debu to the undersigned administrator n 1"".
-- l .. .
Fine forthwith. _
B. B. MATTH WB...._ Owmat.I. Quality '
I This! the .
17th day of Hecnnber, 1826. -
C. ROBINSON_______ .Managing B4J.... M. ItHODEN.
MEATSWe 12-lg.9t.2-12 Administrator ,, :=;::


announce the opening of a marketIn
SUBSCRIPTION RATE connection with our store, corner I Notice I l. hereby vlven: that on Monday o 2 D!

I Per Year ___________________ $1.110 Walnut and Tenth street and solicit I January* of Bradford 4. IttUS.: the county lea..will of be the told county In front oonvlct 1' .
your patronage. The best In Florida of the ; {!'
couth door of ,
the courthouse In Stark
Six Months ___________________ The and Western meats will be carried. Florida, to the hluhwt and .bet eligible. bidder I

r -- .-. -'- : I'hone 88 for a trial order. for governing laid: county Bam*.IIOnvl.* "o'MJ.oa4'. ubjeew to I laa the* law will J Men Like Practical Things!

run through, the year board r*> I
I nave the right to reject; any and all b'dH.'

I A. H. Green & Son ftttiflt Chairman: Board of County. Commissioner I 0O

G. W. ALDERMAN Clerk 12-18-St-l-l. | Ii
I _____ II I For that reason give him something he can wear.
II UNDER SECTION!! S7/I/ OF THE : II This store is filled with things for men, and you are
Iii !I I{ ,0 sure to please him when you buy here because they
Notice I I. hereby "lv.'n that t. W. Plnhol."" .
I, __ -- .--- -- .-. Jr.. purchmer: of ;Tax Crtlttcat No. 2, dated I I Il are just what he would buy for himself.
No. '115'1 I IlIembt'tshtp ..,- l ho :Ird day of July A. D. 1U22, ha* filed aid <
i (( in National Hifc-hvrsT certificat, In my office and h.. mad appllea- < .
tion for tax deed, to laiu In accordance with
11, Association) NOTICE-CHRISTMAS SEALSA DeFuniak Springs-II. Carpenterand law !Hnid' certificate) embrace th* following. .

Company have averaged the duMrlbed. Florida property, t.o-..."aitutated. In BradfodCoonll' |
ENGINEER ANSWKUS; "NAM." committee from the Woman'iClub 1
shipping of one car of sweet potatoesdaily En.t half of Northeast quarter or Northuiinrtcr. -
ARTICLE and several of the school teacher| for the past weekpaying cash at <*!.( Section 12 Township 7, South C I
are trying to Bell S50.00 worth ol the car door to the farmer for his Rhine 10 Eat 20 acre o y
Thp laid/ land being afls<*nc>d at lion dato of o
( \ "1 We take pleasure: In publishing be Christmas seals. This not only helps| potatoes. Many more cars are expected the Issuance of such certificate In the name j u
thc health work in the state, but If 1 f of A. O Qowen Unlm add certificate shod {
Iowan article from Mr. II. D. Duke, to be loaded. Mr.: Carpenter states
,, be redeemed according. to law. tax deed will I iI Gift
seals sold the B. II. S Suggestions Man
: engineer in charge of the Unfinished enough are that his company is arranging to takecare {luau thereon on the llth day of January. A. a
: portion of highway between Highland will get a $10.00 pair of scales and of a heavy movement of truck D. 182*.

r ( and Maxvillc: in reply to the news are measure which every accredited school crops during the winter and springRnd lion Witneit Oth day.my of official Dcqumber.signature A. D. 1025.Clek and. led tht

1 title appearing in a recent issue concerning should have. '' is offering every encouragementto C. W. ALDERMAN; ,I Ii
1 the placing of nail-studded I A large number of merchants and the farmer for increased acreage. i Circuit. County Court Florliln Bradford M
f t'I ( boards In the ruts inside the barri. others. in Starke have been sent two The business men of DeFuniak By C. A. KNIGHT i g Neckties; Sweaters House Coats

I cades. The news article gave Mr. hundred seals from Jacksonville; and I Springs are planning all arranging the 12-11-Bt-l- Deputy Clerk I II o Bath Robes Gloves Mufflers D
Duke credit for ordering the tire do- has been made If the buyingof best I i ,
:, ,''t \. inquiry very maket possible for farmersin '
I "I-t: stroyers placed there, our information those seals will help on the scales their trade area that the farmer NOTICE IJSIIER OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED n Handkerchiefs Belts Suspenders
sn OF
'J, being secured from a member of Mr. for the school. Miss Shaw of the may have a ready market and cash'I GENERAL STATUTES TUB [I II Pajamas Socks Shirts
: Duke's staff, who reaffirmed his Florida) Public Health Association for nil his produits. I I _
.''if: statement after the article was pub. says, "Yes, if the check for them Notice: I b hereby plunge that Mr'. V. E. Sapp. !:i U
purchaser of '
i certified No. .
\1 fished.t written in favor of Fred W. Hoyt. is A TRIBUTE FROM: A FRIEND I j 7th day of June A. D. 1UOB. has filed 86. dated said certlflcate the- o '
From the of Information turned in to Miss Olive Ray or Mrs | In my office and haa mad application o
same source -
t E. L. (Continued from page 1.) I for tax deed to blue In accordance with law. I D oQ
boards Biggs"The s. d o .
x I We understand that the I certificate embrace* the following described .
; intended for the of catchIng The entire city has been greatly property, situated In Bradford County.
l were
11 You
) purpose saddened I Kli.riila. towlttBfgmninir are incited to bring your Men's List here. We
Starke Ministerial Association and expressions of deepest
( hand in the employ of Contractor at a post 881 ft. North of South.
.I!.. Whitney, who would break through at its last meeting adopted the following sympathy for the bereaved mother. i I II will be oery glad to help you please him.
two and I I
sons, other relatives [
resolution were on
the :
oarrlcaiies ana
f drive to "town at
: To
+ the lips of every one. Her Stop a Cough Quick i I
)! I night. Whether they were effective Resolved, that we wish to put on earthly '
,; we cannot learn, but we do know that record a minute of the faithful work body was lovingly and tenderly laid to take HAYES'HEALING HONEY a I
ends rest in Oak Hill cemetery on Thurs- cough/ medicine which stops the cough: by I II I
I tho barricades both of the F. '
J at were open Rev. C. Starncs in our community I I healing the InHumed i
day morning, November 26th, 1025. :! and irritated tissues. 01
'f for days at a time during the two lie was always very conscientious : A box of GROVE'S'' /
'' weeks or more the contractor was :I and ready to give the helping Among the out of town relatives ALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and
I Idle, with well marked tracks show- hand in any cause. The Metho- and friends attending tho funeral Croup Is enclosed with every buttle of I J. Alvarez I
__ 6.i Ing the grade was in use. If tho state dist church is to be congratulated in were her uncle Col. B. L. Bugg, President 1-' HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY. The salve
( road department finds it necesaary tot I having a parsonage that has been of the A. B. and A. Railroad, and should be rubbed on the chest and throat .
I adopt such drastic methods to curb thoroughly renovated and painted, her cousin Ben Peacock of Atlanta, '' of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. o

IL the riding of the contractor's emI I both Inside nil out, much of which is Ga., her uncle Mr. W. J. Epperson, of oldo The the Heallnil ibroat combined effect or Hnsre hirelingHnncy'a-.
,1 ployees over tho engineer's stakes, at the result of his own personal labor. Starke, Fla., her aunt Mrs. N. E. Odom IT"1?'* o-Pen.'frate Salve with through the hcnllmtfllKt the pore of ol C 1 g I
least the same size nulls should bei I We bid him God speed in his new her cousin Mrs. Jim Purvis and Mrl I Both"akin reniedl soon stops are a packed"couflh. In o mo=or -oco oooltI
? used in building a burricadu to prevent field and hope that both he and his Purvis of St. Petersburg.-Polk Coun- cost of the combined treatment one Is33c carton. and the
_ j innocent motorists from following inestimable wife will be pleasantly ty Record, Bartow, Dec. 2. !; Just ask your druggist for HAYES' J

j ) their hacks.j" located and find as good friends as lJEAUNO HONEY

No section I Is Interested in the they left I -_. - -- ..
more ---- -- -- --
6 I behind.A. ,. I I -- ---
4 j" I completion of this stretch of highway E. Dunham, Sec.

I than Bradford county, and no people I :I .
I e,I' .' ",..t < more eager to co-operate with the I BRADFORDI '
to. l' state forces, than our citizens. What I THE AMERICAN LUNCH "
I \ : Bradford county has lost because of Bradford, Dec. 18.-Mr. and Mrs. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE

J the inexcusable delay on the part of I I Drew Dukes and daughter, Gracie LOST TilE KEY. WE WILL

the contractor to promptly complete'i I.e, of Worthington; Springs; was the STAY OPEN 1
I t this road, no one can estimate. ln.J : i guest of friends! and, relatives here DAY.COURTNEY AND With! .
: rlneer Duke can rest assured he will'i Sunday.I I

1 have the full co-operation of every I I Den Nobles, of West Palm and !
1:' t citizen in every movement he starts ''|', Beach was the guest tf friends here LIEBENO PEEK REALTY COMPANY i
bt 1 1 that has not for its main object and Sunday afternoon. Starke. Fla. I

1' ltl' purpose the useless destruction! of I I|I W. H. Ilarell and A. A. Edwards STARKE FLORIDA .
e. property of thane who use state road were visitors to Gainesville Tuesday. ,
thirteen Miss Jewell Conerly and brother, J

,. "My attention-having-- been calc, to I i''! Marcus, were the guests of Miss Vera -- ... ,
Conerly of Lacrosse afternoon. I .:.. .
Sunday +
I an article in the Bradford County Telegraph |I -- -- ------ -- -- -\
t : under the heading of Heed Miss Lucille Harrell, was a visitor !
to Gainesville I I ,
II Wanting 'Nail un Road' on Highway, Tuesday. SB I e. .aa.w *a> *a* s..*W" s aa1 v i M Mr. Allen Conerly was a visitor to ,
v and therein a few vrronuus remarks I''
t feel called! upon to coircet same and Alurhuu last Wednesday. I! i

b ot the same time explain the presence Mrs. Frank" Mines, of Lacrosse, was 'I, GIVE SOMETHING ELECTRICAL
I a of above mentioned articles.! |i' the guest of Mrs. Allen Conerly Saturday I i i

Ec;, "It has been! the custom of the afternoon. i!'I i
ai., State Roud Department to establish' Mrs. M. D. Harrell and little son,

tl$3"$ detours on roads under! construction I{ M. D. Jr., ,of Sanford, are spending a
*. few days hre with Mrs. W. M. liarroll. -
t i Clt not only In Florida but In all other ,
er tales where road work is being/ car- j .
f a'/: ricd on. I will even go so far to I :Mrs. N. G. Hayes was a 'visitor to For .
.J": say that they have them in Nebraska1. Brooker last Wednesday. l example, the electric' iron and percolator illustrated

:y The road department! dues not establish Cephus Harrel, of Waldo, was the here. Both are fine and useful gifts.
j.J these detours! from a fun-loving guest of friends and relatives hero
t r rll:1:. Standpoint or for pleasure, they being Sunday afternoon.Mr. Give one. to mother, and the other to your wife. p

very expensive and troublesome! to and Mrs. Collect Knight and ? ,aet If you aren't married give her a curling iron _or
.1 di maintain. In the event of rock con- I| son, Albert, of Pine Hill, were the
structlon they are not established solely truest of Mrs. Allen Conerly Sunday! boudoir. lamp.

i r for the ,purpose of preserving tho I II j tfurnoon.I tY s

Al I nub-grade excavated by the! contrae- 'I :Miss Lucille Harrell was a visitor
1 tor but to preserve the stakes! set by'''t6. orthington Springs Sunday after. onoc OC3O

l the 'fun-loving engineers from which I j Mon.
.1, alignment and grades! are Rl'CureJ'1{, Clyde Cone and Buddy Russ, of ELECTRIC IRON Electric periol.it;,; r

III' and without which a road could not Brooker were visitors here Saturday SUN BEAM: -$8.50 with Fire-proof Cabinet./ .
..i be properly constructed. When traffic! afternoon. ,
ii Is allowed to run over unfinished rock I -

A such as found within the confines of I nails In question in the road as the

0\\ the barricades the dirt and sand the previous article stated, but had RADIOS and
It- ground: into the rock from ,I been Informed that such had been done PARTS

such traffic has to be cut away and + and I did<1 not order their removal. On
', r c, 11 4 replaced by clean! rock. The writer hearing I'{I that several specimens had I,I Silver For The Home-Make your selection -- .

of the preceding: article knowing been brought to town and were then !l early while we have a complete line. ., ;
nothing of those conditions can be excused in the office I
Telegraph went there Anyone who hasn't ,i : i iI
f a for his remarks regarding same. I to see and claim (slam in no more missing something
"The detour in ,. 'r I
question cuts off Iocc' |I'peeved state of mind' than you would '
$ 'the traveling public from n stretch be had some one removed 4- every minute Come
i ie of road exactly 40R:!." feet long. Thi : or your means of barricading your gate your itat j -.r' ,u.fe'' *a' '''sVJS'riS ? mamas tune In I

t. detour Is well marked and very close I iirdjto: allow cattle to gale in youflower Nothing can equal the charm and Sheer I I
to tho graded roud. There are a great bed or to tear down any Im- { hdWlh LET US DEMONSTinitNo
p1 number of by-roads off from this da- povements that you were endeavoringto I I
I tour and parties! who have become i, create. These specimens are not 2
stuck have In all instances taken one { 'sleeping in their bed of sand' but are I matter what} you I

of the these by-roads to do so. I gracefully reposing in the back of my radio seta or equipm

w { el As" to tho nails In question.! Th'rec !'car to be used again should the oc- I lasting beauty of a set of our silver. .e.- ; { ter can supply you at th

have been signs at both ends of the) uii ion arise. gntl/w I, ,,,,,? -jfj reasonable prices. +
barricades for two weeks with this I "In conclusion I wish to apologize I j

t, 1'4 warning, 'Detour Please. Mails in Iiii |lto the gentle readers of this badly ORTUOPHONIC V|.
Road, but not until recently! have Iiii i worded! article. I am only a un-lov- I! '''
nails. been placed t there. I .. WITH AND WITIIOI I ICOMBINATION.
It has bee
n engineer and not a press agent! Atwater-Kent Radiola.
} pI warning to keep traffic off by a |(land to thank all of those who have Super-H.trodyne. .

al} and not by a nail. The great-1 co-operated with us In the construction i

f er majority of the traffic have obt' of the road In question by observing ELECTRIC HEATEHS PEN KNIVES FLASH LIGHTS BOYS WAGONS COASTERS E:'
served these signs but the few who the detour signs and I hope that VELOCIPEDES KIDDY CARS AIR d'

fit persisted la going through have I they will continue. to do so."

I tit brought matters to such a state that II. D. Duke, DeWitt C. Jones Starke
I i .q the maintenance department has seen Project Engineer, Florida
r .d fit to back up their signs with a few State Road Deparment. ,
e II> well placed nsjls. I did not place the .
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