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: January 8, 1926
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:00905
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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, FELLER By A. B. CHAMov County Commissioners Ask

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Demonstration Agent

Liquor Supply -

County Contacts Leased to :Nassau

Barber Shop S. L. Alvarez"Cleaned '.. Hampton Forms County During 1)2li.! ;

; Out" by Indignant Woman' The Hoard of County Commission-

II Large C. of C. i "rs of Bradford iMUiity. Florida met
L had
Asserting that S. Alvarez vs- i in regular session" Mo'ndiiy./ January

sold liquor several times to her hUll' .1 It Ii. IH-'i! : nt 10( o'clock a.' in., with all

blind, that she had seen It delivered T" rntSiMember* Inill'II<'d.I mvmbors present as follow: .1. 51.

and witnessed hill accepting the money I Brounlve' chairman; I.OIIIH If. Hill, tl.

in payment, and that It hall to stop, j I the Thenhas, intention happened in Hampton[ U LiuleihillV.. Hiimin, and :S.; "'.
I who resides with t greatest of becoming a Andrews.
Mrs. A. N LimullughI large mid prosperous city and that is
former of
her husband In the the nieetinu: read amiapproved.
organumg solid
establish of
created something lag a .
I street, '
home 011 ".
Hamilton Chamber of ( .
Tuesday afternoon .mll1'I''I' Hy a vote of the (Hoard
sensation the
ot n shq : (Ira "" ',hll'I.IY, Jiituuir.\. I'J'M: ;, at name
lifter hour "'lid,' \\ 'nll was stricken, from thepauper
barber 8 p. in., the meeting the Hampton
invaded the shopconducted by Chamber roll: he having I been constannj
Mr' Alvul'ez. Jerking the towel from of Commune was called ill I In the J-'lorid.i! Stale Hospital for the
the' Hampton city hall which
with was 1 1"
her husband's neck, Oil 1 '.ir pit'.
around awaiting 0 crowded to capacity and the meeting' ,a The 1 bonds
was! of Bradford
lathered face ne County !Bank
then started with the
t nomination of
shave, the irate woman ordered him to IVI 1111 11 i officers. find Bank of :Starkc, were prcHontod
get out of the shop. Under the lush ac and approved by the Board us County
ot her tongue both her husband! and I The following'offisers were installed I Depositorio" for t the year 1 1926.! ,
Alvarez hastily vacated the shop,, l Hnv : President Arthur I. (;could, VicePresident 1 Report of Jen. A. Gardincr.County

Ing her in sole possession while she j Al'lhurr. Tnlii) >y; Recording Judge. and! '1'. II Johnw, Jail inspector

made search for concealed booze. \ secretary, J. Vernon Junes; Treasmer were' preoented and ordered fili-cl.I

Mrs. Marcotte made na pretense of Loll | A. A. Durdcn. Ernest:" !Byrda.s, retained as jani-

keeping the reason for her conduct 0 After file officers tool I taken their t him for the year IHJii.Iluvintr : ;.

secret. Her human., addicted to the respective cents at the council table adveiti-c'd ,for that lease of

habit, has been constantly sup- tend after the applause mid cheers hail county convicts' at this time tho fol-

led with moonshine by Alvarez, she subsided), the Hampton| Chamber of lowing' bids received. Union ,county

asserted to any who cared to hear, f I Commerce immediately went into session $10.00' per month for till abli-bodiod

that she had witnessed more than one )2n ; and proceeded with. I the order of men, F. O. B. S'.aike; :Nassau': county,

delivery of the vile poison by Alvarez ': hiMinesx. $13.00 per month for :tl( "day men $IM.-!

and his receiving the money in pay- The first movement un I the part of (1111 per month for ill! d I.y men and $:,:D.00 ,-

ment-V In most emphatic language '' AitluYr I. Gould, president of the per month for !Iin( days mid more f.

she expressed her condemnation of the 411 Hampton ('hllml'r of Comerco, was o. !h", :iStarko.:; Tim bid of :Xussnii': wan

bootlegging fraternity in Starke and ,, the appointing the following nec ac'ccpted and t the county convicts Icas.I'll .

determination to mark the name or ('''Rllry'ulnmith'e.. .: Ifl the Itllfll.ll, Jlf* t'o"tv f'....llt.lLf- _
her -- '
customer from their list. AD lommitteo- for II tilt l nil )'-- Arthur sionerH nf. Nassau County: : for,: the

one Marc-otte, it is alleged, was under to In 'I I\V. Tub,.)", Irving I. fiolilsiinil, C.V.. year lOL'fl.

the influence of liquor during! tho afternoon Jtiirher, Karl J. Stryker. The I'ulluwill1".olu'lun" adopted, :
and each time he left the 41 Committee for mcmliership A. ThatVhereie't, there is now In the

house Mrs. Marcotte would promptly I!' -- Harden, chairman; J. Jo'. Johnson, C. iJramairo. 1 Mind> '1 1 $::177.51! I and them

in search of him and send him I] I':. Harper, L. J. Rynn. being no btlN or script known against
go I .
-- -- -- --- Kiiid fund
Committees and tho
home. On these excursions she warned ; STRnE.ti i I"K'riptif..I.It'r and county 1I1C1'1""Jt \11',11
everyone with whom she found Mr.j : i ; GEt Strunk Murder "You mean who ?" asked Stale's i erection of Hampton Chamber of Fund not hefnur sufficient to take euro

Marcotte about the selling of liquor to' II f "NDAYFortyPiet Attorney Charles JI. Durrance. city- of present need, therefore, ho it reMolvecl -
"John I 1 that we, the Board of
her husband and had to stop. '. Strunkhot him. the word County
Warrant Issued ThursdayA t1. ..& snapped clearly. "Mallory didn't have| Tol.ey, Karl: J. Stryker. ('onimisKionern of Bradford county,
warrant for the arrest of Alvarez I Quart' 1.00000l art Hearing OpensDefendant any chance." Committee on light and. water-F. Florida do ask permission of "Ernest:
I.ete- C.: Gould, C. E. ,\ ''lIelH, State Comptroller
on the charge of selling intoxicating r With,. Jones didn't say anything to Strunk Harper, Arthur W. to t 1'IIn.f"r
liquor was issued by Judge Gardiner et.tl'. i .' and the latter said nothing to tho man' Tohey. |sold 1 1 sum now in t the Urainnire "Fund

Thursday morning, and subpoenas is \\I .t lit ,. Charged With Slaying .of tel' he shot ran to the back fence, Press agents as follows : Irving. to the Agricultural Fund.
and i(:+f Mallory Jones. Strunk had placed Goldsand, Earl J. Slr.vi-kr. Also, that whereas, there is now in
\11'. a pistol
of ; on the
sued of the 1
appearance Plant I : 1
trSoshipmc' the
witnesses at "e tV:11: M -i j I[ table \yh6njie first walked in, the Reception committee for the (,ov- Outstanding Indebtedness, 1 Fund
Mrs. Marcotte state I. wo
as court TucadaylJunual'Y 0ii'1hi'; rs 1 I Jacksonville, Jan. 2.-: Selection of a- man said. "* crnor at Keystone Heights-Hampton the sum of $:)H5. Z!l'(), tend (hero being no
regular term of county rent << Plant Clty jury to hear the evidence in the trial "Strunk Chamber of Commerce/ I Uiutsandiir! debts which are not otheri .
2Glh. It is understood that I went out the back door after .
yesterd. zero of'i'Is the of John A motion mmlV. i wise provided for and
evidence j Strunk for tho killing of he sht was and carried I) whereas, the
issued ran to the back
the fence '
warrant was
Mrs. Mar I'i lucious ,94f quarts,j, Mallory Jones, constable in Judge J. climbed. it and kept that, a written invitation l hat extend! fund l having been almost ex-
given Deputy Baisden! by, with the I were s.' ipment. was,j S. Coppedge's court nt the timo of his Panama," Mrs. Seaman on running toward to the Bradford County Chamber of''InuHteil! therefore, l list It rwolved that

cotte Tuesday afternoon husband considc- tat of that her Mallory
assurance he I Friday *rCest[ ,up to II | DeWitt T. Gray's division of circuit I heard three shots was ho asked t tll join in meeting with tho of Bradford. County, Florida. do
when was from tho
would testify the same front
that tin < were court thiN Hampton Chamber" of Commerce ask permission from Ernest; Amos
morning. Strunk Is charged !list then, and on ,
placed on'the stand. I ped atI I, .bIP"l with murder in the first ,de", rcc'. he hadn't, been hit. I made mo think Friday, J.-uiuiiry li! jyiiii.! : '; State' Comptroller) to I transfer said l
However when Sheriff Eppersonand I just had hoard
The nt has A motion Hum now in
The nude and Outstanding
killing was not discovered until :Malley'n voice curried that, A IndebtednoHS
Deputy Balsden went to the Mar as I didn't get out of
de "Fund
\ kept ent bY' the morning after Strunk and, Jones my i air, when hc writtc'ii<'ssage lx went to both the to Die General Fund
cotte home Wednesday morning to' adverse ins which I I are said. to" have had an argument in came up. S.; A. L. Itnilroiii and tho Southol'l11lIill'OIl,1 The 'f"llt t was illstrllfff.il Id niiliTi/
make further investigation! it is said i held sit The Alt :Seaman; toll the hire thuf .h.. the II. S. Bureau of Farm Demuastra-
;seeks. the home of a woman whose affec IIHklngth"m to make the
Mrs. Marcotte[ would make no .state-1 .' hall l begged Strunk In person;; ;and I by tion Agents
1 j sudden I I I. ect tions both sought.Strunk's necessary immediate impr' <>\" 'nients on at rjainemille, Florida to
ment other than she did not want to |i I 1.1''h -h i trial m the first capitalcase letter on numerous occasions not to the union ,ill\< !potIitlitttsl 1 nt )Hampton. send a llemonxtrationKent; to !Brad

fee anyone go to jail. Sheriff Epperson Joyln-,, ys weath.j of the! Fall term of circuit court. conic to see her. She told' of meeting: A motion made and curried that, ford county I At once.

stated Wednesday that the charore j denth hIn' Six more murder cases are ot fur him in various downtown stores and automobile, plates: IK bought for tho There being "" further business,

against Alvarez would be pressed, I I r-+t. fV.---.. I U. henrimr. with the grand jury's report oft drink parlors, citing instances purpose of advertising Hampton, and the Board adjourned until next reirii-
Mrs. Marcotte had publicly accused ; not yet completed. when Strunk hail warned her to quit upon which shall be tho Hume ")Jalllp her mec-tinir, which will be held the
Alvarez of selling liquor to her husband I :'iEW FlEBIVKS I/I 1 Jones or sec him killed.!
first ,
: .. !Hearing of evidence in the Strunkcase : ton Florida" and tho motto, "The Monday in "Februaiy, 111211.] t]
and the matter would now have is expected to begin late tomor- : "He mild he wasn't going to see City ,of Opportunities.' 0. W. Alderman, Clurk.

court.to be thrashed out in Judge Gardiner's | tats Stark, an A nlr truck appara and,' row or Wednesday. McNameo, Wilson I I me she throw testified.myself away on Malley, A motion mudo will t carried that, \I''O\" -: -SALE- ;.-LOTS1'.-- -

I and Koester the light and water committee startimmediately
'and l during are attorney's for
pump [ On another occasion i GREEN: COMSI'KIMiS: :
Strunk. she said Strunk devise
I to a plan liy which
165 LICENSES: ISSl'EDBY this we,1" and put In I toM, her that he had felt like shoot 21 1 hour electric current be secured for One .,..f the most interesting real em-

COUNTY JUDGE| shape t" .fol'8 he council It will I LWoninn Recount Jones' Slaying; Sirs. ing both Jones and herself when they tho city of Hampton.Next talc aniiounc-cments in Green Cove ,
he forma; Seaman Relates to How stepped out of u Springs, is that of the salo at public
Jury car together. it order was the calling of the
Up to the first! day of January I The big, ,"I' t horse throwing power j I' Strunk Fired Fatal Shot. I She said that she first met Strunk roll which waft us follows: I lion. I U. auction, of the "Oak Terrace" subdivision -
County Judge Gardiner had Issued 165 mOl r .ater de dlsI Jacksonville, Jan. 5.-John Strunk, when she rented an apartment nt 617 ,I K.: Knight, A A. Durden, A. W. Tobey, Idl"wild I at the intersection of
two Avenue
hunting" and trapping licenses to resident I I"? '' the 1,000 on trial for the alleged slaying:! of Laura street from him. C. W. Barber K.: J. Strjktr, J. I"'. .' the Highway to
I Starke
tunce : I and Oak
and non-resident hunters. This I I feet h. t Is equip..( Mallory Jones, on the night of July f On cross-examination, the defense Mouser, Irving I. Guldsaml. Herbert new State Ridge Avenue, the

number represents the large numberof I .1 to use to ', 3, 1925: at Fifty-First and ruin introduced several letters and notes Priest, Ifyman Gross, T..1. Wynn, J. "Onk Terrace"Highway No. 3 to Palatka.
Poll \\1 1I '
licenses to be issued this season. I' new fIre streets, took the witness stand in his' purported to have been written by ,'Y C. W. Gillette, building comprises only 21
Only a few fishing licenses have been I I extlnL,. old boiler Own behalf late this afternoon. )Irs. Seaman. She denied the authorship ,' T. M. flagon, Arthur I. (iouM" J, V. sues for the plots home cut into convenient

issued to date by the county judge.F. static .,t.1 Strunk testified that the reason he i of Home, admitted writing Irs. Jones Mi'-. Archie Tanner, Frank C. being less builders them
room fired on Jones was because the latter Asked regarding her relations with Gould, 1 IM.. WnttiTHon Jack I'uri- of not 110 feet than I IH feet frontage -

& A. SI. INSTALLATION: LICFX:: 1 I': SLOW- approached him "with his hand at his I Jones 51 rs. Seaman denied that ho ley W. II. Maxwell C. K.: Harper, W. water. electric! lights deep. Improvement' ,

I' TO, DATE right hip pocket and that he feared' had slept in her house, her temper K.: Allirood, A. S. Crew, 11. A. Candolierrc. which both Oak, and telephone,
for his life." flaring at Robert McNameo Henry Villa C. I'revutt.Ilunnrahle are on Kidifo Avenue
I IL ,
Installation of officers of Bradford II conducting
_,. by Sheriff 1 1I .. and Idl..wi' At/nniiiik. urn av..ilahl.. fr<,
Januar' 1 the cross-examination. D, 1-:, Ivnitrht. ulna._ ri.tl.Ml___ _
Lodge, F. & A. M. was held at the I t 1'6: ( J ne witness also deClared IIIUL iiu'had n every lot. Tho elevation of "i ikTe)
lodge roomll. londay evening, I for Op" Iii, been threatened by the slain man I I "Indeed he did not sleep In my (' upon for a speech. Colon! Knight race" I is! the highest in Green: Cove

the following officers for 1926 were rge of the,I' prior. to the fatal shooting. j I I house," she retorted in reply the cross.examination. gave a sincere and heart to heart talk, Springs, hich assures a fine health.nt
C \
Details of the I( telling of the Hound foundation
duly installed.E. for Brad, slaying as told by on moHphero. In, addition
W. Hayes W. 51. auton' esdllY that | Strunk varied in details from theses I She shot back another hot answer which he founded, the possible advantages tures, beautiful stately oaks to these surround fea.

J. 51. Mitchell-S.. ford r "I II land 23 j told by Mrs. Lorraine Seaman, at at Mr. Mc.N'aniee on the next question, of the building of a successful that property, from whence this subdivision
P. M. Barefoot-J. W. o total 'ecf by him. i whose home Jones was killed. emphatically declaring that the servant and industrious Hampton, and made a derive/ its name.

A. J. Johnson-S. D. truck tiled of the t The case is expected to go to the I girl was paid by her and not by final plea Waking that the members of In speaking of the auction "sale
This re jury 1 sometime tomorrow. Jones. the Hampton Chitmhter of Commerce yesterday -
P. S. Mc5Iillan-J. D. g. In this i Mr. Harry K. Keller
of the
G. M. Inman-S. S. numh remaining|i )Plainly and quietly dressed, Mrs. She admitted that she knew Jones I Ii | stay and, work together and the success firm of Keller and :Murphy, who will

r A. Futch-S. J. territ"' time limIt 'ton-lane, Seaman sat in the witness i was married at the time she began! of Hampton would be absolutely conduct the auction said "I think this

It, J. Davis-Sec. before all motor chair in circuit court today and told I; "keeping coipany" with himShe Insured. to bo one of the greatest
F F. Stump-See. set h" tsgt.rat a Jury and Judge DeWitt T. Gray the \ said she was divorced from her husband Vice-president Arthur W. Tobey In making opportunities offered In money
vehicle story of her association with Mallory at Waycross Ga. order to show his. good faith and sincere Green
T W. Kickliter-Chap.Sternberg minute ;, in May, 1921. Cove Springs, especially at this -
It i i- J. .Jones and John Strunk wishes for success of tho of propitious
-Marshall. II "e some and of the Durrance was sustained in an ob city time, taking into
I A. 5Iorgan-fl"yler. rush f ,dO-: These fatal shooting of Jones by Strunk jection to a question as to whether Hampton donated $25 to the Hampton the activity in Green Covet Springs

who c December about 8:30 o'clock on the night of July Jones was jealous of Strunk. Chamber of Commerce. This win followed that is, tie, construction of the ,

CARD OF THANKS tugs to lit 31) days 3,, 192"; The shooting" occurred at Mrs.: Seaman said she moved into 1 .in rapid-fire succession by the State Hio'hwfiv Vo 3., the short mntA new,

tth: .. 'one to be Mrs. Seaman's residence, at Fifty- the house on Fifty-first street in Juno rollowlnsr donations: from Jacksonville' to Palatka
Mr, and 5Irs. T. A. Brinson and is soft first and Main streets. I I of last year and vacated it in August.! Arthur I. Gould l, $>.*>.0(); A. A. Dur- potted building of tho ; tho pro.

family wish to express their apprecia.on mppJj, -t Strunk went on trial for the kill ; She in now living In a Main street den $25.00; F. C. Gould." S21.00; ; C. Vf. bridge across St. Johns new Shandi
for the expressions of sympathy G.\' I \ IX'rO ing yesterday. He is charged with' apartment house. Barber 123.00; C. K. Harper, $10.00; ing St. Augustine with Green Cove(ink

luring their bereavement, and for the J first degree murder. Policeman Testifies i; J. K. Johnson, $3.00.The Springs; tho excellent and beautiful
Qt De-
'oautiful floral offerings. The remembrance The otll: locks ,Just as Mrs. Seaman began her J. J. Barber, Jacksonville policeman financial report was then submitted location on the St. Johns River.

of these tokens will re- Witt I inae) of its testimony this morning, the court was the next witness called, just before and adjournment was. taken These highways completed) will make

na fresh in our memories always. broken .rht Em: 'r session was interrupted by a sudden the noon recess. The state has until next Wednesday. Jan. 13, 1921. Green Cove Springs a hub, with roads

The Family. conten morning .stack of illness suffered by Ralipgh about seven witnesses yet to testify. AUBREY IJRI.VSON'S leading North, East South and West.
NOTICE151PUR'CANT ployes het; street, C. Powling, official reporter. After I During the morning, Judge Gray RECOVERY ASSURE In addition to those main highways,
found hagtmeredappart' a brief delay. Mr. Dowling's was re- took occasion several times to rep- there is! the main lino of the Atlantic

Starke Growers' Association will lieved by his partner, Mr. Pattison, I rimand defense counsel raidly for not Aubrey Brinson, who was seriously Coast Line Uailroud and St. Johns river .
hOld and, court resumed. Mr. Dowling's observing proper procedure. 'hurt in-automobile accident Christmaseve transportation! to think
a meeting! at the court house, on open. i 1iedto 1 condition is not serious. A sidelight the trial about.
Satu-day on is that night on the highway near Bald- These features, together with the
January 9th at3 A I
full p. m. Fire's Shot widow has married again, win, is reported now as being out of present construction and general development .
l 11. fertilizers ittendance Is desired, as reports cor- 'h "Before I could answer, he jumpedup J the wife, of William D. Gig'$ JoneS'I'I danger and his recovery only a matterof going on, is bound to
seed potatoes, nursery Wew" phone 15. and shot over my head." Mrs. Seams October 31, 1925. The couple time. ITo Is still confined at St.Luke's in to Green Cove Springs
strawberry plants and canning factory 9tl great in-
ner iffin Mgr n testified. (Continued on 8.) hospital.
page (Continued
are ,expected to be considered. t. ,.. .,; _. .- on page 8.7' .)

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of such .] SEABOARD TO DOUBLE TRACK 8A'oIl'.-IN: ( k, "l1t sir ,Kr; Mr. Orlando Ialntl,
: LAW GOVERNING In the requirement appearance
1 'In'r', I ,J" Mrs.: Tom .
bonds. I AND NEW ROUTE, RUMORED) .Moore. ,1' Talri ).
AUTO 1>RIVINGGlaring for I Sampson City: Jan.;; 11.--J. "c. 'iVy' :: \! I'' II fi l
Se. C. It shall be unlawful any I .
I Improvement Would More Than Double of Gainesville, spent the w eel t i consistent member o'
Cut-Outa city or town to PUSH or attempt to he
lIt'adlijthtllfafflt'r ..
Present Mit: Doi-! \ ,r j irch, always
Capacity. < > I
enforce ordinance In conflict with here the guest of his sister trying to : .1.
and Fart Driving on Corners or any !I. la Thomas ,'I 1al: ; l ,"tftc'ps of her Snnuoii
Providedhowever I
the of that Act.
provisions The developments in the of
system I
Curve Punishable.The that this act shall not of Palmetto, II P .'"in' 's '. It le i devoted wife. :a |I"AI
ap- J the Seaboard Air Line Railway within I B. J. Jones, l, ., I true friend 11,1:
ply to school zones. of Fort Pierce and E. D. J"lIeh'' i i doing ali .11
of which would double the I' .
i a year, one '
1921:, session of the Florida of here 1 LI. : n I. I \ I "he could for oil.irs.
See. 7. Any convicted Wildwood few da.-s; j 1'"
person of tho road spent u
present currying capacity i ', ,
legislature passed an uct regulating e I I. -( .1to love her
Mi un.l! ,
the mothi, : u ,
the violation of any of provisionsof I' in the state, and the other open a new week tho guests of their tn
vehicles the nt
of fit
motor that
the driving on '
1 "1 -it: : the'w.i',1
this Act shall be guilty of a miss S. E. Jones. \\/is
from the west and north
route were
and the streets of towns, \IT ,, '
highways shad I \ ether having h ]I.
dcumeanor and upon conviction predicted in railroad circles yesterday. !, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown arc thi if
the of different one '
covering speed tars )' ti r.1 J '! ices were held!
be punished by a fine of not more than I One is double-tracking the mainline ,, proud, of a ten and a half \1' at the
weight are allowed to make, prohibiting hundred dollars by parents <. I u h ,111,1! were conducted h: ;;,.,'
ono ($10000) or The H
from Waldo to Savannah und thui horn Janunrn.t.: '
the use of cut-outs on streets of pound son ; j l, \\'i I h ,".in', and Rev. S. S. |'.
imprisonment for not more that ninety i other construction of direct C. R Ji. "ctor.
a connec- named
little lad has been ,
incorporated towns und I the use of ((90) days, or by both such fine and 1 | v 1 ell I r' .!s laid to lest in Dil,:. .'e'IIIt'
titan between Tallahassee and Archer
Blaring headlights. The operation of ; Mr. and :Mrs. Carl W.vnnp\ the H,1, or t 1 lie side/ lit her, hush) ,f I ;
the highways or ...mm. imprisonment.Sec. eliminating the long haul cast nearly week-end here the guests of inl.itivt and
any car on K. All laws and parts of laws I across the state between Tallahassee, '1"" h 'f 1 was covered with I I.. ,n.rul,
towns ont provided with its full quota| and diui'ht i I'
Mrs. T. C. Thomas nngs.
in conflict herewith are hereby re- Baldwin]
Archer of
and a saving more
of front find rear lights j. prohibited. their home in I'a- I .11El10Il
pealed.Sec. | have returned to i":Ke her so gentle .
law of than 100 miles in shipments from tho : \.'_
While the
provides speed
u ]latka after week's visit hole tiie-i-
9. This Act shall take effect (I .
west. : with .
I passing
not to exceed 15: miles an hour on the I Hall Mr. jtlicir '
I of her mother Mrs. Jo'ie 1 ?
upon It becoming a law. Increased business and recent do'vdopment :. I ii I in
for the out i .
highways, 2:; miles un hour the tat'
Approved June 8, ]!92j.3rcak : ] on other lines is forcingthe i i Thomas came up nndpent n leu' .
residential of towns and 15 .in doubts and fee
portion ,weekend and accompanied his fmi l.\ i f |I', "d 1 I
Seaboard to these I j
miles nn hour for business districts, i in feet into safer pan "
it is said. Both have been consideredby ,II' "

it be specifies operated also lit n no fasterate mutorv.hiln of fcted hull| r Rum Ring! ; the afficials] and it is believed WHO I :Mr and Mrs. A. .1. Lowery lI'1l1 ..1 jA ",' _'r/I "J". 'he. earthly. storm anj

than Is reasonable und havingregard accepted us future possibilities with J. Jr., and Mr.ind :Mrs 11I111'1' r11 I uas
to the width traffic proper and use I the double-trucking program most im- of Jacksonville, visited their' mothea, ''. I If I "'. like her we lovt "

of the hlffhwnv.. Under thin IHW nnv I L-..,. Iuroc. I portunt. The construction of the link ,f Mrs Josie Hall F'I.illY.Irp., : 1.11\\1"1 Mil I Ith.. or lie crown of life "

peed I- becomes: ; reckless driving where now is considered! imperative if the nnd '[rs. Mainhrv will be 1 Mr! f''' .U. a -Mrs. A. C. .'t.h.1., ; d.re I.

It is such on to endanger persons 01* 1 J railroad Is to maintain its position, it : here as Misses Lilly and Rosa Hull Tile" d' + "nutty Tinges.rn / .
the was said. Ii I h r.1L.: Iliggs. of Stn-ke, was' .\ : ", "
property using highway ,ndstr."tll .
Tho Seaboard has a short line from I visitor here Saturday, Moll I' I The
Telt./.traph \VanlVJ.'J
r Covmgton to Tallahassee. The link Mr. Belle Johns of New Ri'I''i-- 'r r. rv h tit t \11.+
Speed' of motor vehicles II. MVCSand would begin tit CoMngton, AccordingI I _

this applies to street ('orn'rH.ntu to the '
prccdicted! plan, extend to I'II'TYI
t be reduced to suchin extent!. that\ I continue through Ruwannoe to Archer

the oar Is under absolute control tf I which is on the new through ..-

the driver. All cars must I lie provided I I route \\alelo] and over the Brooks- r o

with u dimming device and h"ad'i'liti 1 II I, villi-.Invcrness link to Tampa, ranking +ar M ;f.rtLTIJ.

arc to be dimmed when pnssin ; other .. a direct connection. The proposed link ,,1 9 is s M \/ WQ="

vehidon. x I. would require about 80 miles of new Your Own Ggrlts tCt u.q pl
On account oT the ever increasing 1 track construction. ic. tbt) Ca.N 4M 40MA

number of accidents and the tightening / The north cross state line of the Sea. r y tAvow"s

down on offenders by county and i I board through Tallahassee has its Isn't So I ,1 it" :::t' .

city officers, it would b<> well for I western terminal at River Junction, I

every nluomobilp driver to acquaint| wher it collects with the Louisville- 4
himself with the laws governing Funny .
operation I Nashville. There me several Georgia. t
of motor vehicles. Chapter connections at Tallahassee, which is
1flRfl, published below, is the net I not on the Atlantic. Coast Line = :?- 4'I

passed by the 192.: session of t the Rail road. The proposed link would( be I t

Florid: legislature and covers points similar to the construction on the I Dr"Rube" : tt.. "

hot provided' for in previous legislative ("on,t Line now underway between r ......-,

acts. Perry and Montuello, from which Goldberg I ; _

Chapter 1018(1 tremendous advantage to the West ,
AN ACT to regulate the operationof Coast is expected I _--I '
motor cloven find, other vehicles ,II I At present, the north crocs state i'A i'\

the public; highways of the state of I line between River Junction, ....... .. _-. _. _-
Florida and to provi-le for tho enfor 'e- I Tall.ihiiiiic.. to Jacksonville, .... So"'''''.. ,,..'. .... ,

ment and punishment for the violation] with the/ other divisions of throtlfCh'' ,
(.f. this Act. board only ut Baldwin, n -'

lie: it Enacted by the Legislature .I' west lit Jacksonville. Traffic over

the State\ of Florida: ., this north line destined to central, west
t. r. 'T EV IMSELF
Section 1. No 1 persons shall operatea and southern Florida mut go across 1 ti

motor vehicle upon tho public highways the state to Baldwin and practically .

of this state recklessly or at irate \ Gihjitic $25,000,000 rum ring double! back through Waldo. T t

of speed greater than in reasonable has beeiubroken up, with many ar Where the distance from Tallahassee r 01 F FJCC tJCH

and proper having regard to the. rests. Here is Major Walton to Archer now Is more than 201) I -\\G\

width, traffic, and 1 use of the highway Green, the man who directed the miles the "cut-off" predicted wouldbe ) 4--=

or no as to endanger the property captures. Lower photo is Mr.I JohnA. "practically 100 miles. It further \\.1 ", I
the life limb of Foster, Prohibition Director of would' be .3.o.--r- '
or or any person, practically a straight extension <
New \
York whoM work
provider! that a rate of speed in ex. active Hslopping of the West Coast division to the _

(-ern; of twenty-five miles an hour in booze bll1ugghll& north or west opening up great unesti- =: ; iAiKi \ ; I., yl g IL I- .
the residence portion of any city, town mntej possibilities in addition' to the \\\ {\ ;. =-

or village, and a into of speed In excess GR.UIAM great saving of time and relief of the \ -.. \... I
of fifteen miles per hour in the traffic problem. __ ..-- _, ,Er :.::. mix
business portion of any city, town or Lewis Uvd, of Ttampa, was visit, >.' 3.-'Vv' ': ; ...
and rate of I ng datives here the first of last; / Wednesday. : x\\ )-4'Jt .r',
village in
a speed excess veek. ed I to his home here lust D" I :

of forty-five miles per dour on any A.V.. Elder J.P. Haner filled his regular .. 'l'l" :!' I
of I
public highway outside of the Gainesville, spent ... .. ..
corporate ( Sunday/ here.I appointment at the Christuan church I" ,- ioa: !I.r:: ..
limit of tiny incorporated city or last Sunday morning and -- \ b t'
town of motor driven vehicles 'weighing I I .\. W. Yweck.hnOlU''ot vamt na :Mrs. .J. R. Colley Is the evening.the guest ot //v.. C) . "._..."!.. .. .
Mr. and .Mrs. I ,.
Dewey Strickland and 1 .
.t'l ,
I less than five thousand I .
'U her -
poun I mother, Mrs. J. F. Hou er, this "1
children. ) ,.oJ
were business visitors to : ""
shall be deemed :.. If ::, o1.-.r
prlnm facie evidence week.C.! ; ,
I-itlll'ke \ .
Saturday. :
of rccl.lcMH] driving. That n rate ofspeed U. Priest Is having his residencein r Q'III;.
Len/iu Lane and Mr. Bates, of St.I'c.tf.r..burle L h'<:.l
In excess of fifteen miles per the eastern part of town repaired
hour in the residence portion of a spent Sunday night here. and repainted.Miss .
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wusdin and
city, town or village, and a rate ofspied Eunice Saxon, visited her uncle .
of Waldo the of
were guest
in excess of, ten miles per hour'in his mother, Mrs. II. D.'ulf.hn) Sun I Mr. Isom Ogden, of Graham lastThursday.
the business portion of
any city, .
town er village, find n rate of speed day.Miss Mrs David Jones, Mrs. II. B. Weest
Ruby Ujal in
in excess of thirty miles per hour Oil High Springs. spent and children." Kathryn: and Gorden, '

any p-blic] highway outside of the corporate Everettasdin: und sister, Estello,I spent last Sunday with Mrs. Jones'ilauuhter.

limit of any city or town or ........ Stll lid here / :Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of The- .
"iviiilumi.iy with their grandparent I
driven vehicles 11101'
:notor weighing .' rcssa.
". Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Djal.Mr. .
than five thousand pounds and less ,
and Mrs. Louie Davis, of Tampa, .
than sixteen thousand pounds shall -
Lire visiting his parents, Mr. und Mrs 'i NATIONA WEEK
l>e deemed u violation of this section; Sim
that a rate of peed, in excess of ten Jim I Champ Fiddler I
Reynolds und daughter Rosa,, JA14
miles hour in the residence '
per -
and Violes .
son of Daytona, were vis.
of any city, town or village, and
a rate of speed in excess of twenty iting Truby friends and here Lee Sunday.11)111 were visitors Exhibiting the / d Cars and

miles per hour (>n nny public highway to the county seat Saturday. Featuring the EquipmentFrom
Outside of tic limits of .
corporate any
Duffy Abernathy, Gentry; Cuil und
incorporated city or town, of motor Misses Ruby Uyal, Aileen Surrencyanti I January <{? Dealers will

dri".n'I.hides weighing more than Uueheul Dryden attended the hold a Nation* ing the improved .
sixteen I thousand pounds shall be movies m
Starke Thursday night. I' the latest
deemed a violation t of this section; Mrs. Ida Triest and Mrs.V.. 1''a,,- Ford c. g

that the speed of all motor driven v'. din and little daughter Evelyn of A Ford equipmen j
hides shall bu' reduced on curves in
pent Saturday here. This will be f Ford passenger -
such manner as to keep the vehicld :
Mr. and and
Mrs O. W. H>al I
under the entire control of the drivt'rprovl.lc.I cars the: een. It will
sons, Truby and Lee spent Sunday at
further, that no person shall !New Kiver. give you an en Iption of the :ik
operate upon tho public highways inside Mr. and :Mrs \\'. A. Dynl and sons beauty and utif is Ford body t!
the incorporate limits of any in. Vernon, Gerald; find Kued and Miss
corpoiatcd city or town of this statea Richardson, of High Springs, spent types. Even il1 |ady made a .

motor vehicle with the muffler cut- ;Monday with Mr. and :Mrs. O. W.Uyal. careful inspec roved Ford

out open.See. cars, you shou |lay-for it is t
2. All motor vehicles shall be --.
with lights in front and light In the 1IAMITO.N: O CL. Tt. something enti-: .

rear. The front or driving !lights shall
Near Norway, Maine lives The Show will corning January -
be 'f the Hampton Jan. 10.-E. J. and
( tilting variety or some other King
Nellie" Dunham seventy, who won |turday
device which will kill the glare of the S. U. Wills, were business visitors to I silver cup for being state's best 9, and v* night,

driving lights.So St. Augustine last Wednesday.Miss Uldler. He also claims distinction'or January 16. B', 11
::1. It shall he unlawful to stop Klere Hurdin, of Jacksonville, having made sncfw shoes Peary

any motor vehicle on tho public roads visited friends and relatives here this yore when he discovered North

for either 1..>convenience or repair, but in week. Pole

all cases where possible to do go shall Mrs. J. P. Thomas, :Mrs. P. B. Hunt, .

turn off the mail to the right and the Irs. R. :M. Foyer and daughter, Miss -

left wheel nearest the center of the Mary Blanch visited friends in Mel. r .

paving shall not be more than one footon rose last Friday. S.J l

the side of the paving. All vehicle Miss Maud Mitchell was the guest

shall drive on the right side of or Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, of Starke,

the road except when passing a slower lust week. A MAN ON ESCAPE fROM ;

vehidl' Wni. Maxwell, of Jacksonville, is AU. LAWS EXCEPTThe ( \N- t

Se. 1. It shall be unlawful to operate pending this week with his mother. lAWS",

ip..n, any hard surfaced road In i Irs. J. M. Maxwell.J. .

Florid any lug cart, tractor, well \\'. Nimmo, of (i
macho IIr any steel tired vehicle other ,i spent the holidays with his sisters, )>1
thin the ordinary farm wagon or :Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo, returned !I/

bugg; or any other vehicle or machine to hU home last :Sunday evening. : i

that is likely to damage a hard Rev. York, of \\'nldo, filled his regular 'Hi .

surfaced road, except ordinary wear appointment, ut the Methodist -
and ten i.r the same. ,hurvh last Sunday.A. ""

Sec. ,"> It shall be unlawful for ally A. :McDonald, who has spent the } I
officer 'in the discharge of his dutiesas holidays with his family, returned to Y.

provided I for In this act to demand, his business at Switzerland last Sat- .
an excessive appearance bond and in inlay. \ r'

all such cases the gravity of the offense I R. M. Williams who has been attending .

committed shall be considered to business ut Venus, return- Use Telegraph Want Ads

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.- I I No Worms In a Healthy Child t HabltuMl. Constipation Curdl

AboutYou lfOl Ij ,' All chlhlrcn troubled wills Worm have an ait- I In M to 21 Days n

I /Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs I j I Elcanora's healthy color' which Imtiiaie poor blend aDI.. a "LAX-fOS WI1H PKI'MN": K a spin lully-
Slippers ode there la more or IPM stomach disturhalxriGRUV1'9 'pmpnrellSyrupTulnr-l.uvttive, fur 11"htlult I !
!: TASTU.ESS chill TUMC/ Rlwn rmulartr
Glnstipatiun. It relieves promptly and
UealtllUI (or two or three weeks will enrich the hliiod.. 'Int-
should Iw taken regularly: for 14 to 21 days
provo the dmmitkiQ,and act ai a Genital Strea b-
eoluil Tonic to the whole ,,"m>. Mature will then lu IntlutelregulurLi. tion. It Sliniul'iies'
I I hoild Know I throw on or dispel the worma.and tbeClvIM will tin Kcitiilnteii., Very I'leasniit' to Tukii Uuo)
Live State News tn perfect beo th. PlMuaat to laao. Wo per butch ocr iMHtle.



TOLD B"I OUR EXCHANGES I ,la often caused b> a Inllaivoit, con>lnum i
of the rmiioun Imint. "t tit. i': TubaV hen this. U. In inllanieil. you by
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n/l 1'lilvHB th Intliiniinutloti elm
St. Petersburg-There arc 3,. fe licensed gun He was brought here where he bu roituceil, your h< irlnx may bt Uo- Any physician will tell you that.

real estate broker and lie- lived seven days.TallahasseeGovernor. Ibr Jofca jo.epb.. O OM. M. .IX'J ,, afro HAt.l.'S)rd fi>..rATAtttt'I1E.ter., nOINB; welt) Perfect I'urtl'toutioii of thi Sys-

men in St. Petersburg! Ray 11. Ind- a"t. I tlo s hut we ilitliu. lui It-nil ytiur B)'ati>ut, "'IU is :Nnturi-'s; foitmliitiou of
l cod Martin today 1 of Catarrh ur I 1M" ..In-." cumpil by "
tax collector, anm> DOUGHY Perfect lloiilth. WIn1111' rid
say, deputy announced he had decided I'nlnrrh II \I.':S VI: .VII Itll M KIUCINKhni :
that not
today. : Oar Men Slut'.. rat,., 'i ''b,* Lrvutmeal ol -ourst'If it'c-III'uni.* aiimeiil-i; that
to remove Sheriff L. M. Heirs, ofHilNborough people u a rule are quick Catarrh tor ,,v i i Kmeir".
s..l 1 because of the ',0 resent what fa termed "An old edit bv ult ilunitflttiK. I ore uinIiM'inmiii<; your vitality
Miami_Three unidentified : ors. I of "bloodless"county, bull fight lardy notion." One of the oldest i J. Cheney Oo. Tc''ln' (X 1"1.( ::1\' :\t .HIP: i mire !o\ still" }In. t.ikthinon -
% at
were reported drowned which in a mf ci .J Tampa staging following a a hearing! held l in I *>*tat. Imow\ ofa/ the mandateat 1 r 't N .a.iCla+e+ I iug .: -I.: c ..I' '.. .}( r.il..lllnll'4,
bay front fire here we should avoid warm bread, I I ..'
damage of approximately $2.:>,0t t. the executive's office attended by the and many otherwise Intelligent A TOISI i t Jdrove's I-,lee OP i ii, i I' vi- for K.'VeI'ILI

shipping along wharves south ut t.' Sheriff and the latter's attorney, W. I folks are still sticking tight by Tn telcs, chill Ionic restores v "oeks" -nnd err h,.vt Nature; reV -

X. Zcwutiikl, Jr., of Tampa. that ancient dictum. I have tried :: \ ,,1'S| .V oil V. ,I' 'l I I1:, ..lllli .
causeway. Energy and<1 Vitality by i'lirilyini) and
I faithfully, for many years to discover I : '
i.f allsvii'in
: i '!; >s in' "i1 jriv.1'i'ht
the HIiNHl.\ When
Kiirichmrt feel lit
harm in ynu '
Gonzalcs and Mender ci. nicelybrownedhot
Sheriff 11 Tampu- a
Dude City-Deputy % purifier. ( ;ill 1 n iniily
she ear: factory, as destroyed by fire to- : roll or ,ruham' muffin, or a Klrrntithunmit: lnvl/!oratlnit dT..t. sr" how .
: Lachoochee wn '
O'berry, cif Davis ne'' IITh.... factory, located i in the Latin I comfortably warm slice of cornbread I it I brings) color\ t- tlio checks and how 'I I pn' iMiiitainiiiir I rill ilirt'c-

death Friday by Charlie a to section, was of wooden construction, '' with milk ui ever, in the I i it improves tlio appetite' you will then II..II'.III"I't'. ) !I.> ,'I.l .. I trial! HIH-KHRO' ,
whom officer was attempting( breakfast 'f hot lilille-cukos. im.l [ I'll-' A''n" ilnn. .ti'I't .''''v.)
here, accord valued at approximately $15,000. Any i npprrcinlo its true tonic value.Craves .
Richloum near I have
rest, at yet to treat aii.v form' of ,
to report received here. \plosion of a gasoline tank inside the' lii'llfccstion; that coulil he tract \ ; Tasteless chill Tunic Is simply. ,
,tulding, believed by firemen to lion ami tjuiiuno suspended" iimvrup. Sii
such 'Muses. I hoot naught hi t '
7, was "'""U the :No: have I ,, '" i pleasnnt 'ven children like it. Tim lilnod,
Tampu-I/ouis Hodritruez cause. ono was prnxi' too for tinuliI "a-I" iifiliutterimlk I ', ) ; ::"i' Quick Way to Stop
ands, ) : : ,
several of his Jla)'II1a1;; hi-cuitl So their! = to Purify it mill mON to
phyxiaeed escaped; being overcome, a I Ion .I Da.Uiimi-;Marion S. Lanier, of this Oil the other hand If there is Enrich, IVKlriiyM' Maliirial germs and

narrowly neighborhood> was thrown I il r last night announced his candi.ay anything thM appears! nn,,,' in.Ill Maurice, the dancer, famed over Grip; germs t>y ate MrfiintlieniliiJ. 'luvi orntinti Night Coughing

entire afternoon when a I K !i for the United States senate ftMent to digestion, ir is less innirishinff two continents, hns choacn Eicon- KITuct.: lillc.
to a \panic Hillsborough rive i- 'om Florida: in the democratic! June I, l : than n slab nf codl. t4uigh.tiutplnss era Ambrose as his new partner. ,
New Method IsRemarkably
broke in the .... ,
n I 'r "liit-lnoml";,
iiiiiii-ic .>.r. learner ana nis piaiini ) Miss Ambrose was named the most
I would advocate modificationthe riitnmeiciul ,.. ,etrt I have titled' beautiful blonde in Kansas City EffectiveNo
'" :M Kinstry.Gninesvile u Is Your Health Slowly
Tallahn"st'.e-"ni1l of J. F. ;MtKiistry \ t \' act. He will oppose t lint It. her home town, and ia seen herewith nc'eIo, put up with that distressing -
grandson UK an t1. Fletcher, of J rhelICk man demand diet iuite $500 worth of slippers, which I weakening, sleep rolihinx night
one of Governor :Martin's nwr unbent.I .>! to his condition, nf course and I she intends to wear oat fulAJUog ? cough anoilicr nielli For these" it a
cherished personal friend, has bet IlckSOnVilll"1 a tough, wooly, asl.!< In.-lIk.. |iuco European engagements.iSHSHS Slipping : 6iin|>li' hut veiv clfccMive iri-alnient
given a four year scholarship at th I mike Wales-;Mike o' white lireiiil i- :'lout, 1 the last I whbh.u-wally;) \\ nil a sintjlt ilose."I"I):!
r'loridu by the iroxenoit ) t thing I would prescribe for IIIITI, II I all uril.itionand) leliyon bled) soundly)
University of i ?.1'1 the Ridge Manor Starke' I'C"'II'h{ : iH" 'I !>u to Art In tin whole nulit lluounli.Tins .
here today. mill' even then, when there is nolh ;
WIInnouncl'd! .1.! \' i-caped death today as tin AtIma 'I 1'i mli <'
j is \batc-d the *
ing else in the house to eat ) on prifiiilHon -
( .'ast Line pnsenger train I I'u lib iili di dli db!: lib iij! ci iJ. :.j L_,ij c I, -- t Kr.omi uIII'. KIIIK'S MewIIISC.OVCMV
Tallahassee-When Aubrey. Ix>e :NiMes It Is human weakness that MI I failing' he,nth ni.iUliig vou uneasy :
k his ,
tried again in the seventh judicial automobile as it was cross-! Indulge ton freely in things Uitri aiid unhappy. ? .\1'" von 1'1",1.w.j I lor Coughs 1 You t take just
is r tl1 ie track at Central avenue, utr ANEW I one UM.ioimul: | ill ought hefoie ictirni -
entice disni' r'l'd nfl'i.
of Florida for an allcRattack i the appetite and right tlior and > .
circuit tin ind hold it in voiir 1111 oat for loori'OscLoni :
machine almost squarely in -
lithe ache and stubbing rhouniatu twintrr2Then
white woman at Del.and objection to warm nourithinji. : ], 'In, (line sit .illimiiiK K. 'I liepiesi
on a f. Ills only injuries were a few digestible bro-iilH: 'It is the YEAR 111..1.k to Your kidneys" The kid- .
arraing- h.I':1, cloulilo It
his 11it)'mil : lion. not
will\ be |
In 1021, it he will have faced, .I about the head but lie needs a quantity| eaten rind not the, temperature I Ilvys are the In -,d-biter's. tii' i nejMeaKen only soothe and lic.iU Mil enma) and
and each time O'PPORTUNITYWATEIIIIII1UIf'I'1I the wliule: I Is
ment ,
a lutnmobile. that does h"!'tn. If tw'rtbihrutto ) irutJllun I hilt it 'kly rcivovc'Si) the
a different trial judge.St. out I 'ers-Tho village! of Sam- nrj all we m','d.| whj ant You hn..'e d\arty spells| lieinliu, hen and plilegni! and ('on qua"M| Ion whl< h lire the

O. ", -iviT.il miles from FortI'l'rR: Fix Overeating l.s to be con.ienin- : ; fur .Miami ami. I urlnaiv irregularities Y'II' :I'eel nil clircu I tittiAC or night coughing bo lilts
I'etorsburir-Governor Italp ed, matter htlt the article of Nest Palm Ueach real Dilute offices w'tt'n-out. lire I loan's 1'111'--11 Htimtilnnt -
a M ition of the Atlantic Coast no \" I loogliing slop quickly and you sled)
Maine; is commit buck to which are full diuretic: to the kiilneys Thousands lllliimluilieil.Dr. .
not In sill, )
Brew ter. ( '. hll' I operutun ami 1 lllgllt
changed its ,
him auto to Hay. diet.A ic'comniend Doiiu's. lie-re t.I IsStnrlcc
Florida, and is bringing with a l'. It has been approved by the naU..al appetite i in a ,irrtty making money. :Slut be pro of 100 citizens to show them good guide to what thestem :l4! Florida branch offices. lieu I tmglisclic lcoli1soielliioallioirsc| I >
party ,'d Mates government and the mo- I Mrs Suits J Kite, ('Iwi rv St., say: :
of Florida, according to needs A depraved h Also field tiL'KS, bi'out''lulis 1. Hpasmoilic, ciocip. elc.
the wonders nf I postoffice there has beento appetite a one manager to visit our "I( couldn't gel up or "down tttlhotlt
reaching local chamber of dangerous possession., The nutur- tor Flue fur children as well as! Rrounlips -
Information voiiform. trips from ever.v point m Florida 'help, In'c.iuse of tie! ni i> iv thrnnglimy
officials I The Coast Line nl appetite may/ be catod,-the ilo- to Davenport i'ulk 'luitk. I coiiinnlvvit>, III a hud --')all() harmful chugs Kconinnic.il,
commerce win advised, and will place its county. too, at tin' cli"M' la only one teaspoonful. -
(iravpcier" .c.ireful! study of legm! woik innditinn., Mkidneys tic ,ed "" frv'p-
Tampa-Betting on dog racing was I -itrn.itlon on schedules as quick i'ur' app'< .iU>i- might he bettei: recreation Janunry 1. Splendid opportunity 'v' and 1 stiHYrc'd from I lea rihle' rmlns At oil good druKgiats. Auk forBATTKKY

held be "duterimental to the moralgool ( possible., than writing munifuHtoi to connect with substantial I ,n ill'\ head lluun't |1'111-|| linn Milchill's -
to of the country" in a ruling handed I opposed to good! nourishment. paying organization, liberal commissions II Drug Stiire, gavo mi" wonderful.
-I I Palm Bt'lH'h-\-ith references "
court hum todav 'I prospects any bunk in relief.
down in circuit restrain tlivr seriAui' freight jinn Florida :Small: in vestment required. : Trice "He; at ,11 ,il"iili rDi.n't(
and a permanent injunction the Tampa I i icm in the face, delegates I'tart-I I This may be the oppoiliinity for.1 simply ask fur a kidney. remedy-, -get yERY.oa
ing further operations by t i izens committee relief making 1920 the Dnnn I'dls, t,.,< siuiu \ hiltI Ira.
on in
club 1 issued.St. Heard First Words year your Kiti- hlld.'r, lill'urll Co.. Mfr
kennel..___up was I I- visited delinquent consigners life ,
.1 IlulTalo. N. Y.
Fort Dado and Fort ; t n a last minute effort. to smash
Pett-vbburtj- WHITE
Oil \\
I 11m .
government posts at the t 'ckadc,! of 275 cars in the local I

mouth DeSoto of, Tampa Bay, will be placed on y hick is dl'la'inl.advent of 300 I.OCIS W. wInnIltr.: : / .:.-..-,-,,-..-..--, -..- ,_ ._.._.._.._ ._.._.._.._.._.._,,_ ._.._,-,

market and auctioned to the high- U Ire carrying) building material I Branch OfficesIfollj
u lied : CIIAIUHNO: I
secretaryof i
est bidders, Dwight Davis, his Hill Grove; & Fruit Company >
today following ,
war, announced msaeeo-Joseph Keen member DAMvNPOUr:
trip to the two fortf. t Fi.OIt1D.t. OC3OC==3OCIO ODoC'OQO
return from u oj i.ird. of public instruction of I :

I'ensacolll-Tweh'e men arc dead C ,n t county was suspended from iS 525 5 52525 52S2525cSiic.s': .S'i.5 -, ; Guaranteed

01 .. (;01'1101'Iartln.: .
nine are injured, six dangerously The su< Hours
a result of an explosion and fire 'I'I I \\"is announced, at the CXt.cuI I 1 8 Service and
which early today destroyed one unit tit c here, came as a result of thu A Sure Quick

of the plant of the :Newport: Tar andTurpentine In' 'it "f :Mr. Keen for tho shoot- I' t wvnc.a : Service SatisfactionStern's
in- I
estimated -t II.
Company at an .r Gregory, following an

damage of 200000. I nit sit! n Lake which City.took place on u road- Way to Relieve : Garage

I Madison-The Madison Entl'l'pri8e'f I I Rheumatism ,

Kecorder one of the oldest weekly papers -1 l s 'Forty-eight thousand!, I Agents: EXIDE Batteries . Phone 877he&erBUICK {
J sold today by its 'on..lied! and fifty-five cattle I II I

r 1 in T.Florida C. Merchant was! to Clifford L,, I iiA'jj' i cs.'iu've-pliiced on the "once or I rca Heals Sores, Cuts, Burns i .:.._.._._.._.._. _. _.._. _. _. _, _. _.._. _. _._. _, _.._. _.._._ _.:-
---.J-owner -_.,-oivwr moan were t Jlanucl left 'lli th!:_ .lU'L'L1' .D.f.Jln-1; I Called :Mexican 1 Mustang

Mlsmess visitors to Jacksonville -lonville they will remain for a.. guts[ a Sl r, trod ylrn. /L IT't son, '" ...!..".. Mtr.TfflTMii (M'lltn nt
Tues-I e\'eru: [ I'phns Hurrell of Weld, an r 1 whom to know was to love Kmton I
fcy- spent a *
fow days oi last week here with rela- ,,,,- Urinson. Horn in Angle, La., I f if:

'Isadore Friedman, of Lake Butler, I' Amt visitors to town Monday .. .". A if list, 1110;;. K.IS wan 20 .v.'nrM.. ..,..11! / !

was transacting business here Tues. I were: O. W. Barry W. ]I.Tlurrel .[ .lrs. iodwin.; \larhim.spent l>i- .I months of age to the day.un.when M..1 hu |J j ] _

idly afternoon.( 1 Currency, and son ;\Ial. :duy and Saturday here at 'the home of met with his death, December iJ'jth, ':
1- i i lie, of r. and G. W. and F. A. :\11'''. T. "..Ward.J. I HI!>:2.'>. I,

gal Messrs.. G. W. llazen, II. P. Gainey, Andre' j\t'w Rlvl'r. ) .. Morgan and family of Went Has completed his grammar! school I .l\ .
Wed- Calm leach came studies< at Iluldwm; six
J fXBrooker were visitors to town Wednesday to visit years ago and ,
"ilday.uij I :Miss Stump who has spent 1 at the home of \lr._ and .Mrs. J.J.. with his parents, Thendrie A, and Kttu : : :

I the pu reeks here at the homeof Morgan. / Powell Hrinson moved to Starlie, I I

))Irs. J. T :Millinor, of :Morven, Ga., i iiU'visitin'g I ;\11' r. F. F. Stump returned 'i /rville) Ward of Jacksonville. .it where he entered! the high school, from
relatives in Starke this'' to Sunday where she is here spending xeicral days with his which he graduated in 11)21.: : The < hur- f U

week. ': leach !tallna :Mission 'hool. mother :.Mrs. T. P. Ward | actor and popularity of the young I.:.I
i ;Airs. K. E. Jtaxler left man among his lassmatc'K M
'I.Woman's I Sunday for !led to his '
-/The W. C. T. U. will meet at the :Miss and Blanche Alderman Jacksonville., where .she will, spend election" to the presidency of his class,' Htiiik motor car nretfi'Munril' to run

Club" Tuesday, January 12, and II" IIn, left the first of the 1 some time.: i while his work' ns n student> won fur I cfiuifnilv ill every ictupf.i urc, and
4,2 p. m. i week a their studies at the .11. 1'. fJainey; and F.. Andrews him the honor of. delivering the salu I" under every ilimatk ccmJtrion

w ,a i ir' Florid, College for Women, I I' pent last Thursday and Friday _in tatory address at the time of his grad- -I Starts easily I
Bukksstartyutcklyev. 'itt rn. the
1)ny tonll. uation. I
:. James Sheppard left Sunday for : Tallnh II I I 1 I ,.. ,K. ; I: Although two mid ono halt' JI ",...', hill h../'./cJ starting motor acconiplihhc -
Welt Palm Bench, after spending the :( I fiaincy was transacting busi years have passed, one is tempted, to this niont d"Hubl.. result.
{holidays here with his family. | C. 1' r. of Macon, Ga., was I ness In Starke Friday morning |I I11' outline the splendid' address that hu I

________ i In toW \ Ricers, of delivered at the
__ II y. Mr. Barber has opened I Alurhua wan a bud'ness ,, time on "The paws)
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph a te office at Hampton, I visitor here Friday afternoon bilities of Life." Buick Automatic; Meat dvrttrot re-
} office. where bought considerable )Ir. and Mrs. f'lojd Wiggins, of I In the fall of l 1Ja! : he entered' the S dm en another colJ-wvntlirr staring
propel I New River was State University .nn..nc"rh.r..r but kraut spitting; ,
tailing at
R.".', H.. Green one of the prosperous' I -rpla- n_I_.UoI.. ,_ un..-__r .DL->,.uruuy_.' friends aflernmin_ and i t the- .nuns.. .-. nf..- ,rAi,..,pu. .U..H,,;"Gainesville.- <..- iiru-meiiicai_.__ for. I ltlns smoothly f I misfiring\ fearure cnttincn.heats the the. furl cxiluiivuHuiik Mippyfand |

(farmeri of the Brooker section, was ir I Svru I nil kinds and sizes at I Huffy Abernathy' of Hushnell, was'I I course, and would/ this year have re' i ftiivei if aw,l in*, uutntnuiiiulty uittJengne
Starke Saturday. the Tel] tics. a visitor here Sunday morning. ( reived hit degree but for his untimely I I I (mntrdturely.f .

.Mr. and !Mrs. P._ M. Barefoot of j death

I resident, Mr. A. C. Durden :Mr. and Stark, spent' Friday here I He wa u wholesome'
A. D. Andrews, prominent an the young man in I In rain. snow or sleet Huukuui4 tneahan-
of Raifotd,'was among the visitors to Mrs. C and Miss Janet; Dur- guest of Mr. and Mr. K. T. Oslcen. body as w.JaR\ in mind', and by none .whelhr.ik'' .s step the car firmly,
town Monday, I den of ,irnt last week here at Mrs. Sutton of St. Petersburg was was this more fully recognized and n I I jna"rdi hr line* Neili.-rhe.ttnnr ,'I Id?
the hot and :Mrs. O. L. Beas- called here to the bed-Hide of her appreciated than by his fellow Nation p." Stops sa/e/y. f wltckt I'lh.: J.ret.I ni.klmnical, ... '1.." ..tidific

I, SanfWd E. Ritch, of Sarasota, is I ley., mother, Mr*. 1101.1.... al Guardsmen, among whom he held I ,then" hr..l..Li..tfiiii.anirar.tnr'KUT I lf nt Iriikaway.liviii| 8. .n foexp
spendin- his week here with rela- M. Mott was tranwactin business a Second Lieutentancy, and who ,ut I
t e a'' Ster has installed the in Stirke Saturday afternoon. mourn with a host of others his pain 11\

latest air pump for supplying Lake.6r. and 'rs. Richard Clover, .of ing away. y. [ The Buick era;.ti i.-i.' .s full-presstrre lu
.Jennie Hull, of Titusville, BtS with "free air." Butler, spent Sunday here with A largely attended' service wax held h. IJnd'hell"ic.1 Iincnttd. Larry part Ret .u Hood of oi
pent a.'f.w day here last week with It is I' y electricity and en- :Mr. and Mr*. Wallace Crews.. in the Methodist church in Starko, on 'W > ; h 9* m.mi.** tlc n.;(f-.e starts, every Jiv"

her uncle N. B. Hull. tirelyR. > Quite a number of young folk' from Sunday afternoon, December 27, when 19 isfullpressriri': { in !the..year.. An tiuerutnt-y. feed rune.
attended a birthday both old and s.r"" oil ti the p11" e n.o.J 1.
party given young paid their last lubricated
re the toKI I h."nl.I"J ml
Conffreaarnan Green, who spent the Fj rl j family have movedto at the home of Mrs. F. S. CoNon' Tues spects to one of the noblest young 1 Iy pump .r..n. rue amunuiv

holiday here with his parents, return. thewhich jgalow on Cherry nt., day night t men, whose smile and kindly word

ed to the.Capital Sunday recently purchasedand will be r.o more seen among them. .ft J
ar| ems repairs done on J .F CANOVAJ. "And I heard a voice from heaven he Buick is a better Motor Car-. IEl'eJ:;!/( lldf/lf'e.t' f -

Ml a Joseph1n.'Brinson. of Fif tone, their n| F. Canova ;died; in';; Ashville., N' C. saying unto me, Write, Blessed are ." .
of the week visit the dead! which die in ..n 5455
was in town the first Wednesday night the Lord from !'ly
!n her sister,,Mr*. J.: E. Corpening.F. AmoJpointed i teen Floridians ap- according to advice henceforth; Yea faith the Spirit, that I'they

] lor :Martin to attend reaching here Thursday. Before may rest from their 'labors, ; and nej CR'r
spent Wednesday and the So| restry Congress moving to their works' do follow '
F. Stomp Jacksonville them. nev'la. '
several' LAKECIT::
in Richmc| 1413.
Thursday attending'to business nuary 6th and 7th, year ago, Mr Canova :

Leesburg, New Smyrna and Eustis. was a n, :Mr. Lenthal Wy- Starke, and resided in I J. M. Smith Manager. IQ
among other Miami-Three -
unidentified, sailordl
man. relative
Biker BfiJforJ ColuaSia and Union Countiesv
here leaves : : :
Miss Maud Mitchell of Hampton, I two brothers, Paul E. and were reported drowned in a' midday]

as in town last week visiting her Mr. A, :M. Harley. after I I E. E. Canova. The body will be bay front fire here, which caused 1

lend, Mr*. L. ..W.5Klekliter.Y I spendir'>aye here with Mn. brought to Jacksonville damage of approximately $25,000 toP I
today and
Harley'n.. s. E. Brownlee. funeral held at Lake the shipping along wharves south of the]
City .
,; ;. i causeway. ,

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gaoc 'oao.osolotaoc. oaoq added to the attraction of this social) I II' young and wish a rice place) to go, [ )

event. Nuts were served on the tables II I be there promptly.
o Oa during the frames. I :Morning and Evening Worship COFFINS & CASKETS

a At the clone of the :Mrs. C. When a machine of bind
games you see any And a Fall
o =t C, Hopjie, of Tampa, was found to Church services : you like to know how it runs, and how Undtrtakirt', Supplies
Ii ? hold high score and was presentedwith I rgcnt is its power. Now ;you have been -- ,

a set of correspondent cards G.M I I seeing a great old machine all y">ur AUTOMOBILE
: Inman receiving the men's an ash ?5'aS7S7 S7 S7 SS7 Sti : life, but I wonder if you know its p"wer .t.7a: HEARSE a
U op trll.\'. Mrs. Eva Killian made low and I Come Sunilnv morning 11 o'clc'k, I Innl on hand The best Mrre -
at the
lowest '
was given deck of cards, R F. Dim- to tell price Sp -
u ST. MARK'SSt. we' are !going you something I eel
2J attention
Jhull' to !
o n crest receiving a tie hunger us prize that may surprise you. "h. telegraph or-

.D..... o oaot = OJlO .oao01:1": The guests on this occasion; wireserved Mark's Episcopal church: Sunday | Then don't fail to come f Sunday=; evening I Registered. Embalmer.DeWITT .
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-v with ice cream with whippedcream services at 11:00: a. m. I nt 7-SO: o'clock We wish to examine
SrEKNS-l'RAKIORIlS I rut latch,' Virginiaeeks, Small, und nuts and pound cake. j jLiiiRtii curious old, ladder there I p C. JONES
'Amy, and Ethel :Moore, Eunice I'ei- Those present. w'reIr.: and :Mrs. J. I : or ciiRi r nnd learn a very its useMiH.Week :7ARKF IIA

:Mr. and Mrs Leon F"r.ttIIOI'r: : : kms, Thelma Snillrove| ViiKiniu! L. Pct.k, :Mr. nnd :Mrs J. C. Robinson, I' t
the marriage of their Ii,nder, )I';".i UiKdon\ Mona und II :Mr and Mrs. O. L. liensley, :Mr. anti :Meets every Lord's Day at 10 a. m. j I : Prayer :Meeting ZJ 7c.II
announce I' lilaiuhc Alderman. Ine Abernathy. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of 1'1I111J1aIr.; : and for Bible Study and Scriptural Com- f Have you ever attended one ? Then
Nellie dniiifhUr Elizabeth I'I :\1""RrR. Hugh und Jimmie Urovvnlee :Mrs. R. F'. J'l11oreAtIr.) : and Mrs. R. munlon. See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. 11 : come nnd see what it is like. The timeis 1-l"8e

to I Wilbur :Mnr!!hburn-JKo\. Coleman, ..loreph I.J. Davis, :Mr and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews 23-29 i 7:30: Wednesday t'\ ning.. the Telegraph Want Ads_

:Mr. Wilson w"''' I'racltorius | 'Ihnnius. Gerald. Middle-ton, lank Ir, Dr. und Mrs. E. L. lIiJlICR.11': und I .
Wednesday, I >ei mbor the twenty- I ('1I1'lll'lIlt" One and Leo Wiggins, Owen :Mrs.' G.! :M Inman :Mr. and :Mrs. A. Z. FIRS1 UVI'llSl CIlLRtliRev. -y
third nineteen hundred and Ciiffmt:, :; .\\ n Alvarez. und Lucy I AdluiiH, :\11'0. Eva Killian, Miss Janet I ThomusJJansen, Pastor
-five. Hi"doll. Hurden, of Tampa und, :Mr. Harold' Sunday schuul, 10:00: am. i t -
twenty .---- ----. Duke. ;Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. ;
New .Smvrnn, 1 loridiiMM KRIHM ('LUn KMKKIAINFD;! : i --- B. Y. 1'. U. service, 6:30 p. m. i, GET YOUR MONIY PROMPTLYINMAN
: Steiirns. who with her parents"
: :
,\l ;NEW ) KH'Stry! ifsiis; ( ( VISITOR I' Evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
were former Hsidint" h<'reShe in u tfRITCHjJEPKESCNT ;
I ;Mid-week serviceVedncsdny 7:30I:
graduate of the Bradford high School II OSOIlI'U'I': i I'\RIY I
I delightful bridge party wasNew given : 'f11 BEST
and) Inter taught! in the school two i I p.m.'c JEADINGJSnAl'E
uar's evening at the nttruclh'u1111I1111 invite to worship with us. '
terms. She, hits many friends hire' und > of :Mr. and Mm" O. L Itiasley ,| ;Mrs Vivian' :Saunders\ was hostess 1 I II you -_ I I : : ( PANIEH, FIRE,
throughout thi, county who will unite on Walnut) Street by the members of I to u nnmliT of her friends, PRESHYII-RIAN: :' i I ACCIDENT. MI-1 AUTOMOBILE:

in wishing her all happiness the Tuesday. Afternoon Undire Club, '.Saturday afternoon ut her home in I Rev. H. A. Tucker D. Minister.. BONUS I\DILITY

I ill compliment/ to their husbands. 'compliment I to her guest, Mrs. L. A. Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. ADJUSTMENTS /ADE PROMPTLY
MISS S\K\ JOICIlEIIS: I'oinhottias rind J Narcissus were the Itniitrher of Kustis.Several ; ; Preaching service at 11.00: o'clock a.1 I -
MIC. j. r. n.iunr:, liKii.Li" .\M graceful and. appropriate' / decorations rounds of bridge were en- m. and 7:30 p. m. j
nmKlONY1' \\J1JJ1.\; I. (.i\. used for this social courtesy" and saled iovcd J bv the guests, and nt the conilusion I Prayer meeting Wednesday, at 7:30 ,
nuts were (iliiti'il on the tables.I,\ of the frames, :Mrs. C. A. p. in. I ICristlun -
\\'hi.thnCil1./ .. Jon ,1.-An event of Attrai' 'tivi- bridge prizes were awarded hutch hid high score nnd was given \ Endeavor society meets at
much interest throughout Georgia, '' by tlio h"I<''I'H"'% :Miss Janet! Lui- n vase Mrs J. N. :Mitchell made low 7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior En. We
I'loridi,': uml,, South marriage .of ;MIHH Saris Jordan of :,(' score was ( Whigham and Mr I .1. T. Terry of :Napkins; (!. :M I-nimn was also) holder with a fancy bobod hair comb. to all to attend the above services. w

:Milledgeville which was solemnized, of high score and was given the inen'rt I Refreshments of fruit !salad, olives, "' Storage Bttery In I
lit the :Methodist! church ut high noon prize: a double deck, of cards., Mrs. and! cocoa w"reCt'rv"11.. Those presentwere PRESin Jo:It I.\N I

I ice.ember.. 30. The Kcv. I I. Walker Uvu killian njadj low and was consoled : ;Mesdames, H. C, Hitch, R..1.
performed the impressive ceremony in with u set of tu II il'M. I I"', I,. Tumor Davis L. \\'\rnnn, ..J.1.: Mitchell: C Sunday was a very delightful day Starke
the presence' oCI large assemblage of was given a linen' hanilkenhitf' as thon1l'l1's A. I'litih G. :\J. Sistrunk. and services in the Presbyterian Smith's /parage
relatives und friends low stole priie.: I _. .. church There were' good! audiencesand
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The decorations were of pot plants, The ho'-trs,,es served the following l'I'm,1e' ImCF.l''I'IOS i FOR the Communion service" was more

. white carnations and :Southern: mnilII menu; chicken an haul, hot rolls, prik- ;. C:O\'. :M 1.ltTIS'I' KEYSTONE: largely attended and participated' 111
through which ,glowe-d the lights of. less potato chips, olive\ and nut salad l. than tiny time during several )cnrs.'
many candles. and but| chocolate with whipped/ cream Keystone Heights! JlllveI public reception Six adult persons united with the
Preceding the (','rl'I1WI1Y.lrA.: I*. Those enjoying this affair were :Mr. to Ciovl'rnorllIrtln: at the ehunh. The Sunday school had the
Brmliley, cif. Jeoriretown: S. C., a and 1 :Mrs I K. /.. '1'ul'n'rIr: and Mrs. Keystone Inn Thursday afternoon at largest attendance of any day during ,
cousin of the biide) rendered appropriate I'1.: ; J"hnA11': .and ;\Ir,.. A, /. Ad-, 4 p. m., and 11 large number of Starke the past )'ellr. It will be necessary to A
music.. AH tile strains, of the kniH :Mr. and :Mis N. HII'rlll'rK.Ir., : citizens attended. The reception was organize new classes. to uccomodute Psperous
liridal: Chorus from Lohengrin snundtil and :Mrs Ci.1.; Inman :Mr. and :Mrs fnl'owed\ li\ n banquet nt 7 o'cloik. those joining the school.
the 1"III'rH1"H8rll., : U, \I''. Dixon. .J, L. I''k. :Mr anti, :Mrs. O. L. Deiislcv. whir invitations hid been issued. :More people have united with the N I
Robert S. Kennemor, K.: C. Jordan, :Mr and :Mis K. I r Hemoicst) :Jlr. and' --. church during the past year und) a half EAR

Jr, and :\1. I''. Dos Vumeis of I'loridii :Mis |E.I: 1 Joiditn. :Mr. IIIIIlrM.: C. ('. | .A.NfRMEKIING: OF than united with the church during ,
crileicd. tloppe, 1111,1liHs: Janet Durden, of SPMtkE WOMXN'S: CLfH the proceeding twenty >'enrs. The OD -OQO
Next to inter wis Miss Celia !Swi-': Tampa :Mrs. I'vn Killian and, Joe choir gave some' extra good music and
cord,! cif ('(OlIWIIY, I tt. C.. the maul of Ti'uby. The rerulnr monthly meeting of the the social hour at the close of the service -
honor tarrying pink roses. Then Roman's flub will he held! in the was gieatlv enjoyed by all.
mine the flower girl, little Eugenia DINNER! dub house, Wednesday afternoon at The Christian Endeavor Society U. F. ASCOTTLicenslReaI
Swltord, strewing rote petal) in the three oMock. Every member is urgedto enjoying great !prosperity with :Miss
path of the bride. Master Clifford Among the pleasant holiday events be present. Those who have not Anncttu \\illmins us president and
Will, of Climax turned the ring. in :Maike\ n u diner party given byi; us jet paid, their yearly dues, will :Miss Kendrick secretary. The so.
The bride, entered! with her father, Sheriff and Mrs W. J. Eppetson on please try anal do so at this meeting. ciety meets every Sunday evening be-
by whom she was given in mnmagc, Tlunsdav ('velll n I Jlrs. R. A. Weeks is chairman for fore preaching service.M. Estate
and was met at the altar by the .\t sir o'cloik I a delicious quail dinner i the afternoon's program and has .- -- .

briilnrroom, who was attended, by :Mr. was enjoyed, by Mestdumcs P. J.I'' promised most interesting and entertaining : CHURCH, SOUTH
(5rnu: J..1. Mullen I"'. A. Scott, A.1.:\ i iDai ROKER
<;. .
W Jordan. one.Hostesses) Enoch Marvin Rooks, Pastor
by of (;Gainesville; T. N Limbaugh, I
The lovely bride was charmingly for the nfternon are:
of Lakeland. ,
and U. L. Epperson, of Sunday School)
gowned in rosewood. crepe with hat S. | Mesdames John U :low, C. A. Futch, ----"OClO
und the host and
and other accessories" in shades nf! hostess. G.1.. Sistrunk, N. 11. Hull, ). L. I Were you lit Sunday school) last
1"Ill1n,1, Monde) She ('III'rlf'dIII arm i llajnes, E. W. Haves, R. S ]Humo-! :Sunday':; ? 'If you were not, you missed -
:Jmuviliet' of bride's roses und,) valley The evening was spent In pleasant. prey, (h M Innmri and :Miss Carrie a real good time. The uttendancQwas
conversation and listening to n splendid good and ,thict r lively. Sup-
lilies. I Utrlow.I I every Solits Your
radio prti), ram I brought in by anew
pose you join us Sunday morning at
1\11'8. Terry is. the youngest daughter .\twitter.Kent !Radio a C hristinas '
of Mr and :Mrs II.: C. Jordan and, (gift to Sheriff and :Mrs. I'pperson 'I XMI'TON: :' HONOR ROLL 10 o'clock."
'' : Junior League
I"I woman ut rut ru personal -- -
young bv their In Mren.. at i i'DINNER '
attractions. and I talent. She in u graduate Honor Roll for Hampton school for Two o'clock every Sunday afternoon .
of, (!e:ngiu State College for Women :' ; tlr; { \' : month November' 1U'23.::; Is the time. Don't forget it, if you
and. him h"'nI member of the Seventh Grade--Howard :Moore, Ru- wish to see what's going on. stIngs
faintly f"l"I number of >"eurs.Mr :Miss Lucille! :Mitchell was hostess ; (sigh Brannen, Ray Williams, Nathan Senior Kpworth !League
.Terry Is the mm of :Mr and F'IIIIY'l'ninJt to seven of her friends, Keene, ;Marvin Williams. Teacher. I I The senior Epworth League meets t ,gi3u';
:Mrs. S. L. ;Terry Mdledgeville.: lie of dinner party' given ut her home C, T. Luwhorne. ; at 6:4: Sunday= evening. These young ,
wan educated, nt I the University of M.id.son: Street. i Eighth Crude Fieemnn Hull.. C T people are u fine crowd, and their tt

fiooririn, and is a promising young Th hostess in n clever style served' nvvthornc, teacher. I meetings are full of life. If you are """'--- .... ...
business man, being highly esteemedby her guests. with u tempting dnnner -
his. many friends consisting Of baked turkey and dressing

After being entertained nt luncheon green pens, scalloped cheese, po
ut the home of 'V.> bride's parents, Onto souffle, waldrof salad, ambrosia i
:\1 r. and Mrs. 'ferry left in their. ear and take.Hie .
for a short wedding trip and upontheir '1 guests were: :Misses' Elizabethand eS 1

retrun will\ b<> at home to their 1'loienee Andrews, Lucille Johns, t '
friends! in :\ilh.I'! '..vi\lI'-\ Florida Owen Griffin, Joseph :Mnlpas] Frank
Times-Union, Jan. 2. und Sam :Mitchell. { '
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(,1.0.In.1 Lena Belle Sheppard gave r
:Miss I.ul'illlit.hpll: entertained\ n mars hiinollow roast Saturday eve 1'h
with n watch party New Year's evening nin>f from 7 till 10 clock at; the
at her home on :Madison Street home of their parents' 1lr.lnd :Mrs..
in compliment to her two cousins, Sam Jas Sheppard' on Call Street
and Frank Mitchell, of Lakeland, who The young folks were entertained' 1
hoar spent I the holidays. here. in the yard with names and roasting .r,
The mxiations to I thin party were nmrshmellows A huh proved delightful -
Kent in rhyme nail, prizes were awad- ) to their guests Those present 4 r;
od I for the best nnswers. Carlyle were Leah, Struth, Leila Pen Andrews -
Clara Louise. Peek Helen Wilson
Ritch was given the boys prlzp. and,
Ruth Sternherg the girls prize Games of Jacksonville; Louise Edwards: ,
and contests were enjoyed during the Louise lluvts, James Lewis Troy i it
evening. Miss :Mitchell was asaisteJ Tomberlin Junior :McDonald\ Muster :.
In entertaining her guests 'hy her Kiikliter Paul Knight, Wilson Hayes.
mother, !Mrs! J. M. Mitchell, and! :Mesdames :MRS..BC RCH ENTERTAINS:

K. J. Davis and L. A. Davis. CLLH i.
A.. the your of 1'U"! : : was! almost nt n I
clone the guests were served with The afternoon club was delightfully/ '
brick lie cream, centered) with a "M": 1 entertained Tuesday by :Mrs-, Sidney 'I
fruit anti, lady Baltimore rake, andas Church. :Mrs. II. C Ritth was given
"Younir :Master 192i": (\ came on the a pair of candle sticks as holder of I ,tcl

utaire noisy favors were Iv..n'the high score anti Miss Grace Shelldrake I ..FI
guests, who wished the New Year in was awarded n ,'relll1p'h'her us consolation -
and the old one out. prize. Delicious home-made 'i .
Thare wn* a large number of young 1 candies and punch were served thru- I'
folks present. on this occasion. who out the nfternoonlSeveral !
declared Miss Mitchell charming( !': gamest of bridge ftaomnn '
hostess. After several! frames of bridge the :
.- guests were served with chocolate ice' 3I

NEW YEAR'S i'ARTYT ,scream, potato: chips and cuke.Thijse .
BAPTIST PARSONAGE' enjoying Mrs. Church's hospitality -

One of the most Interesting eventsof were: Mesdames II C. Ritch,
New Year's ufKlit was the party R. J, Davis C. A. Futch, G. :M. Sis- t
the trunkV.. M. WamwriKht' A. W.
given at Baptist parronntre, by
Rev. Thomas Hunxen to the membersof Anderson Vivian Sanders, S. (Church,
his Baraca Class, and a few of I.. A. H.uiirher, of Eustis, Frank Hoover t 'aA
their frl 'ntiM. G. M. Inmnn, anal Grace Shelltlrake -

Interesting Barnes and contests .
-- ---
were enjoyed. during the ""ninll'. 1 DELKilTTt'L BRIDGE PARTYMr.
Mrs. Hansen, Assisted by Mills
Blanche Alderman "..rv".1! the guests : and :Mrs James :\Mitchell: de-
with dainty refreshment! consisting lirhtfullpnh'rtalnl',1: Friday evening I
of, sandwiches, olives, individual) cake,, nt their hospitable home tin West
and hot chocolate.' :Madison Street with a bridge party. '

Those enjoying this delightful occasion The reception rooms where the tables ,i
o were: Mrs. J. J. Kullen Ii"eaFllnnle I were arranged were decorated In the
Darby, Elise Jones, Har 1 holiday color, red and green, which



FRIDAY. JANUARY' 8, 112(5(;
-' .I'.\I.":.". .t.I\. .tr ..
,r _.
r c c c c sac sacac sa c'acr_ + .Sc'nlr
and Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee, left FlUB III I'1(1' LAND

I Saturday for their home in Houston, AT THE -

Bits( of Local -r.: Miss. rENT-A-WORD MOVIES"Let's we One let of fires the go penalties repeatedly vvn'/ pity over when our

I Mrs. J. O. Turner and thrOe childrenof cut-over land i is that I the hind 1 gets

Inform lion Sarasota, who have spent the! past pooicr! with each burning.!
1 two weeks here. with her sister, :Mrs. Go" The land
get no in the way of
I G. H. Bennett left Sunday accompanied rotting grosses. and the nuifaoe is

Concerning Our Peo 'e, Business and .JY where by :Mis Bonnet for Macon,'Ga., \-.YNTFlant: ;--- to bin KIH. ,or two 'flll'IbShYI'ltll.1Y|| exposed.. coiitimmllv that the top soil so
t they will visit relatives..
Progres of the Lou ty' and Town. I good brood sow, or MIW-. and. pigs Elinor (ilvn'x;I I'\KIII..IIIIII| washes away. You ran see the result -

I N, \\ninwnirht) l-!<-.'t.* ".M I.\\ AM M .\ll>" of this frequently( where the' topsoil
j Four color lithoyraphed syrup label, I has been washed! down so badly
Lc525Ztr'G. ass cSt<: J! printed with from her own novel with it thl'1'1'(1
and \
t your name complying FARM\ -For lent free to 'ooI"lol'dflll1)il exposes loots that should
with the law, full leneth and half !( 1.KCom.'. J.InOUEfo: : ) :, and 1 1 be six inches or more under gicumil.,
of New 1 Kivei' Hi, '
Andrews Ruth ,
W. : run Culpc-pper, of Atlanta, I b must butte mule and wolk the
Friday transacting busmen her'". + i' spending the winter here at II size, at the Telegraph office. Ground. I have plows, eta Box TOJ; : XRKIKI' VMMUM: U Continually burned land c-cnsos to
In for
I homeot Dr. and Mrs. J. :\1. MitehO. StJiikcFla.. 1-8-2* at the liaiety; 'TheatreS good\ nnything. It will grow
:Mr. and :Mrs.\ Allen Kil1<'hclot', and neither t trees nor farm erops.IW .
R. L. Black, of Gainesville, w is .
| son Piof Harold Kincheloe, who form. FOR RENT-Furnished -- -- -- --
Husiness visitor to Stuiko \Ve ln Ju room -
I 1'! -. C. Johnson has returned { only resided lieu in the Phillips house 11l'lIt,.,r..1pply to \\'. E.\ llaiiKhcrty :; .\'l'l'Itl\Y I rehurapliaiit _Vds.1.I .1.I .-
on :Moniocstreet. have recently moved t'horny I St "I''UK PU.\IRIK: IF1:" I
A. D. Andrews, ol Raiford w.,< .t I ei home in Amencus, Ga., after
!husmess visitor to Starki- Monde< .t '" weeks..it here with her daurh- I has, Largo accepted Kcv 1po..ition where. Prof. Kincluloe assistant,'IsupI'rvl.or I .\ romance of the plums. I Colds Cause cVli? end liilliiun/a
t 1. | :Mrs 1 R. r. Demoiest.I as HENS; :; 'ClI|J s,\l.I':-|'or nicnt. Wright With Herbert Rigs lill.UII I Durolliv' I IIl'-
of schools. .. .XAHVK) "llh-OMH IJIMNIM-' : : lulihttinmv
II l-J:! to > I" Puce7i' 11). >0
A. Andrews of Fort :Mara, I per
Robert I voreelllectcd lib" CflilHcrhi'rtIn iiulv cur Hreiliioljilfiillivt. ,
\Mit- a prominent visitor here Monday. I\\'. C. Jones hits. taken o\cr the :Mis. C. V. Simpson and daughters' 10'111'11) fed and tender.Vnod l Poultry* bv I HUGO i 1\II.1N! I!:. W GIuOE's -I 'II""rte' ulj Item Ilk
Stiirkcrin.. It ,
I U |, Miner) stock of watches, clocks, Louise and :Many, of Gainesville, from, the story by Arthur Stungir --

Mrs.V.. II. Smith and children. of I'll:< lights, etc., and l during the nextuvluiks spent' I Friday afternoon here with relative FIl S\LE-I iwh dairy cows, Jersev I I TIt.If.'IIIWUI.11: ; )

city were in town :Moml.iv., \ UN's>e articles will be sold .. and Ibis,',", Creole onion plant
Simpson .. .
I - .- :\111'1) Itl' & i't'I::sDtI';
ut l.tuI'Iiol1! of :20 cent, for cash. I $I.ro
per NEW RIVER per 1,000; H.impshiro sow, Now lime tableeffective 12,01 n. m.Dueember .

R R. Thcde, of I.awtc was in town I lost reward for return to C. Le-lsch, 1 Y'Hi've, seen Lou ('hl1l1l''' as the1i \ :2Uth! J5.!>:!

Thursday morning.L. -Goldstein, and Striker, of |i New River, Jan. 8.-Among tho Starke, ri.i Between: Highway ..mllleilbrrnn .low n in "lie Who (!k'ts SlnpH| "; No. I, Jnc-ksonvile to 1'111111'11, duo

Thlluy'oi 11"".I u.ii were business visitors here! i visitors to Starke :Monday. wore G. W.i I :" prlng> I Ron, R 1'. I 1), i+'i vou'vo seen him its tjuiislniuilo. in SUiike, I I'J: ::1-! a. III:

Jose-Jove, of Lake Duller, WaSin i and 1 I"'. .\. Andiews, M. Hodges, I f.'Olt[ S.VI.1.::rnngeiiiHViilciuia l nndPiiunpple "llie1 I Hiincbbnck cfoitn I lam""; :No.; ,1. Jacksonville to Tiimpn, due

town Wednesday.Mr. .Mrs. Rwn I'liiholster of Brookor, 'nll'IWllr,1 of him in "The Phnntom Sturke 12:r>:2! p. ,m..No. .
,: 1 Miller\ and! J. E. Larson of orange tl'(>I'S. ItmUk-d on "
of .
spent the we'c'k-c'nd! here' with friends, the Opc-rn. If you want tn "1'0 a .. in, Jacksonville to St. \Petersburg : -
Kc j lie Heights, were among! the le'hitisc's.ludd 'I if >i'iir old sour oiiinge stink., Thestamlird great actor at his. best' him ill his
and see
llll \ and :Mrs.I G. A. Collins ,of Jack- III", 'ont visitors to Stnrke during j I Undc'ihill of Fart .MraiU' wasg'ree'ting : of the ..tllt('. 18 in., to 2 most thrilling role-the title lolo. in ,, tine aoa( 'Ial'kl'.I'kROnvllIlJ. I 12:22: ::!:! p. 111.No .
uiiville in town \\'ednesduy.Legal L f.tH'h< llc.) 1-2 to West Talus
wits the 'klet inch caliper 2 to "
"ThIOIII.lel. .
I I friends here :Monday.Messrs. I II 3 feet .">(0c' each 5-8 inch caliper 7V ( at the Gaiety Tlienlie. Beach IJIII 11I1'kl', 10:02, ):! U. nt.No. .

blanks fur sole at the Telegraph 1 Iiaye', of the Hayes Chevrolet I Lester and l Floyd! Crosby j i each 3-4 inch caliper R..l' each. Twoyear :2'x! 'I 1'111111'11 In .llu'ls..nvil1", due
\ office. ,,1t'\', a visitor to Jacksonlu.v George Pufon, of Staiko, were 'I old buds each $1.00. In quantities (Coming next' week, "Ihe (irrnt; l Iii.'tide. i- Sltll'k, 128 I: n. 111.
guests of friends here Sunday. after-! ] No "I 'I'llinpji .Jacksonville
II Mil '" .', going there to secure "if 100( I or mole ri per cent off. ." with Alice IVrrv (',,n\\n\ to duo
/ D. M. Wills of 1'ampl1.118 a promI Hill. lot of Chevrolet | noon. I Jones Bros Nurseries. ('1'<'R'l'nt Cit 'leurle'allaee Staiko 'I:20 1 ::! p. m
cars. Y' and II
I iment visitor i to town last 1'iulav. I I :Miss Inn/ Hodges has returned home Fla. Box :Sl'ti: Ram lint I'y :No.t01; : I :Sf I'otrrsbuig to Jacksonville -

Mr. Huff, of Jacksonville was n :A: I.. Morgan und children, of i after visiting/ bur sister. :Mrs. C. L. ________ 1.1.lt.I I iiriliin.; _. till.,. Stsu': 'ke', 0:00: } p. Ill
j t of Waldo. -TII -- -.------ Starke and 1 Wanne-e ,
business visitor to town ThursdayMis. San 'I City, have moved in town I R VS l'l' HKINSONDuviil
i I Mr. and :Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, and! :\'ci Illl d 1 li' nes :Slnrko; 7,10: n. m.No .

milK apartments| tit the )HughesJouth i I sister Jewel motored to Brooker Sat- w role : "Ihe !'uullwlh mud in Simple Mixture Makes : ; 102: :11'lives Starke' 3:1\: : )p. m.
II.1.. spent Ttiesila;; "11 :- Walnut Street. ,
ism' lay fit his heart "
I u i noon.I there i 1- no God, but no man T, J. GRMTIN.; Agent
hopping in Jacksonville I :Mesrs. Joe and Jay Moody left has. jet been so foolish,) us ti> say, there Stomach Feel Fine --

J.V.. Andrews spent Tuesday in -pi'1 "and holidays l amlitclu.Jl:hero nt, the who home1ilc. have :,, Fi,'idiiy for Palmetto, where they haveeutployment. is no SUI'I'uThl'1 stic-iim of sorrow" SinijilcInn'kl hoi,'n baik ulvcciine, (I/st'' The Tt'It'AI'allll| \\\nt\ Ads

.oft I' flows through every street, ban! by ..t..'., as mixed. ill Aldenlul. often In'lp.
J. :M. Mitchell
Jacksonville.Mr. .uu letuinhoine
:: :Mrs.
Allen Porter
was shopping the threshold of '
in luuue ,
every stomach troupe in 1'1'millllh';:< bylemming '
id. t in Lakeland I I I1
Butler Ttiesd.iv. I And "Soirovv with her family ofSighs' (i iS:; HI'illlnul n sin'prising -
and Mrs. li. F. Demurest are I I :'I1iF11Ilrj'illill Colson and l Canty : "" is! no of .
:M41 1'1'.I".tul' persons.'hcn > amount of 01.111"1 I mutter rnlln,1. 666
this week in Jacksonville.Mr. I IIrs.: L.V.. 1'11'il'klllllll and '
spending Oliver
: of Pine \\
lubMi, \\'aldo, spent Sunday afterMm Ino..n | Hill motored here I it was told the! King ol Israel I ." thought was in your .. 'I"III." ,
I|i Sunday. i that his boy was load' lie passed :Stops; Hint full bloated feeling and
and Mrs. R. J. Davis and hulo I : Strickland's. parents,1 Curnell a pie-si i iption for

daughter Ida Lulu, bpent Sunday' in : '. \11'". J. Manning.'. ,:, here Tuesday.Crosby of Ptaike, motored I so throiiirh tinpeople( the gateway sort that', '"HIIS he1 wore he did nsnekcloth eelli-nt makes you for chronic happy and constipation.d. cbe-erful I Rx.- ('ni.i 11-:;. c.itiprK.: i 1'I.t'. HUMUK;;; ; :,

Jacksonville. Graftondkills., left Tuesday for': shut. Sackcloth was the lenkii works QUICK unit. delightful' nn.iocs) i I-'I.nm: AND I M .\i..\RI.\
of M I
Tolley, Iis and Toledo Cuneof!
Mrs. nay
Waldo Mr. ,and were guest of Ins pal'el1ts11' Bi.. ."" who> are attending school | tion.:Minim, where he has accepted a posi- symbol] of sen'row. With the/ sorrow e-asy Sold. J ly all leading: druggist'., It kills th(. geriim.:
went toe I-V"II:
I I11' Pnibol the king hath
.:\ and Mrs. J. F. Ccille> Tuesday here. pleasantly located at the :\ and Mrs. J. W. Lewis( and .hl1.1 soi'row.

i h.orn' 11'-. James Sheppurd. >I dic-n, of Brooker, were guests of :\11'.1 Our Lord's innermost c-uclc-. of I .
J. K. Clemons, of Brooker spent and l lIrs.: W.1... Hodges Saturday und | eleven men were ove-iwlulmed with
Thursday transacting business in : Mi(i ,r'l1ceIatthlws.: who has ;
1"n Sunday. I sorrow ut. the tluiiiitht of his! approaching J. R. DAVIS &CO.INSURANCE
ling sometime with friends
town. Clawronre Adkins has
accented. nI clepmtuie, from them In dentil.: .
I,Illl 'fl
returned home the latter! :
;I position in Waldo.Mr. I and to comfort I their l biokc-n' 1 hearts liepoke
Miss Aileen Alvarez who has been part wCl'k. : and :Mrs. S. V. Andrews. of words. which me among' the
visiting her "i'iter11'8. Jack :\Iur-I Mornston, motored : I I
h'I'eInllday.. simplest that 111'1- can fianie. '
Orlando has returned home. I The ,t "'oman'" Missionary Society -
den in Mr. and! :Mrs. Dcnzie Thomas, of "Le-t not your hearts. bo tioubledOM '

h's.1 told their! regular meeting Palmetto 1 were week-end uests of tiust. ill God, trust also, in me If itweic
:Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and next y afternoon at 2:30: p. 111. I friends here. I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
nit .
so would! I
hlltuld I Igo
after- ut thl of :\11'9. Adll Suuers.Mr. you
Tuesday I
I J. :\Mitchell, spent to
: BROOK I prepare a place for you ? And
in Lake City.
: I\1rs. W. S. Blakely, of if I ito mill prepare u place for you, I STARKE FLA.

Mrs. L. A. Bautiher of Eustis, has Sterns a here visiting \Irs. Blale- j .lanuarj, H.-Mr. and :Mrs. C. .I. | will return mid 1 will take* you 'to l he> I _

been here visiting her fl'i..ndIrs.: ely' I ", \Ir. and :Mrs.V.. W.B'li"d Andrews and children Fne and Hurl. : with mo, so that where I am you nui.v j i ,
Vivian Saunders.Mr. Icy, of Jucksonailk.s i-ixnt. Sunday be nlso. And the way is known to you I
here as guest of Mrs.I .\. J. Pinhol.Miss nil where I mn.i'oing."
h'r. i Here tune warns' I
so uniiiliirned' that
Robinson and De\ Jones has taken the '
and :Mrs. J. C. over 'the
children, spent the week-end with relatives U. n. stock of wllh'he9, clocks, !Fr'e, Wynn t spent the ", ,'('k. weakest soul can grasp. their I.IniDIIitltlnDfCJ@( ) ......., _. ....1!>@tII@@m@tQtDQi@@t11C) '
nu-amni in
end und
at her home* I ; them! the most troub
near Hampton'
in Jacksonville.C. flll"hli .tc., and during thc next "
two !ll'"e articles will be sold Reship (itlson and Mph' Il.i/t-n motored led soul slay find pence As quietly :

was at 1'1' I of 20 cent, for callh. to Hampton" Friday <>\ rning. 1111.111" simply, as a mother might talk
E.the Harper visitors, of to Starke Hampton Wednes I u per \J Iissrclcn. Brown spent thewick.. I IJ 'Ito I the bubo cradled upon her kne-es, Wood Wanted II III
among Jesus
t I u. I '1', who has been very ill end near Hampton as guest of :Miss through I tiles words. spc-ak to'' ,
1: here II ome was taken to Jack- Free \\'j IIn.I. the children of men today crushed and
J L..1. Brown and L. K. <, > bleeding/ amid I the havoc wrought bv r
sonvill .iini spent,
busi- nesday where he >
Walter Wills, of Tampa was a j was last death and! soothes I October 1st. vvc Mill $((1.110()( 'ord
Starke first of the placed ,spital. \\'ednpslay, afternoon in I.liketitv. their sorrow saving '- I BI'JinninJ{ pay per N,
visitor to
ness I
"Let not Jour heart" be troubled:' .. for first class four foot i'
week. ''I O. H. Jacksonville light
L__ :Mrs V. Hradshnw, and Misaeft ,Mr. Guy Long and :Mr. Kd; Long It is. with the comfort that these il
[ I .. words afford. wood suitable for retort purposes" nnd four foot oak
Mnrrinna: the
.* and :Mrs. G.1, Inman were Ulanusonvill. Thursday for Jack- spent, (he ,, (-,'k''lId hereas sorrowing ones that .
r *business Mr. visitors to Jacksonville Tues- e they will remain for guest' ...f1: r. and :\Irs. (;J. It. CoNein. contemplate the sudden death ,f rv. wood $.5.00) ) Tier cord I I'. O. H. JiickHonville.We : I

; \ several! ('phll" Harrell of Waldo spent H ono whom to know was to lovo-Ran SIA

'.day.r.16; : few days ol lat week here with rclilives. Pejtoft.Bnnson.. Born in AngleLa,, 'l d purchase *oexl fwi-lte, months. in the year and nlwayn endeavor -

;" $ 'Iwas' Amc August 1W/ Has was :Ho years and' full measurements and make returns promptly. r
!; Imdore Friedman, of Lnko Butler, visitors to town Monday to give
l I Mrs. Godwin, of 1 months of itge to the when/ hemet
\l.iehui day
Tues.liy O.V.. spent I riel.iy -
+ :transacting! business here were'Ilarrcl Barry, \V. 11. with When making shipments mIll us ropy of your bill of lading. "
/ his death I IIJ
, Surrency, and son Mal- and !Saturday here at 'the home of Decimber/ 2th: ,
tl ''.
:Mr. T. P.Wurd. 1! .
:|; 'I i lie, of t'. nnd G.} \V. and F. A. I n
R.rd II. I'. Gainev, Andre 'evv River. L. Morgan and funilor, "'(..stB.a..h R.IH completed his. grammar school
W. Haren
Messrs. G. ,
r .
I'alm studies at Baldwin Mix ami,! Florida Wood Products Co.JACKSONVILLE
Brooker visitors to town Wed. !! came \\ednendny to visit years ago, .
were I Mistthe Stump, who has spent at the home of \Ir._ and :Mm. .J. _.J.i with hm parents, Theodrie! A. and 1.:t-I i i.
,1 I i I :Morgan tu Powell '
moved" ;i
/ to Starkr.
; pa reeks' here at the homeof KLOHIDA
II V'Mrs. J. T. :Milliner, Morven, Ga., Mr. i. F. F. Stump, returned I I i llrtille Ward, of Jacksonville1. .Is where which he* entered the high school, from $
here IIpt'ndlnleC'rlll he !graduated in I'llM.! : : fho char- '
,} : !'visiting; relatives in Starke this :1' teneheMis to Sunday Italina Mission where sehool.she is mother :Mrs. T. 1'. \\ard.days with hm I IAirs. niter and. popularity of the, young I );:uD ( mmlmmmmmmlll) mmmDJmljmCDmJmwIOOllIfWnlDJIUlalWnIDtamlJmcJlOOII"( : ( ( ( "

wyeek. F.. F. Hauler left Sund.iv for man among his classmates led. to his -

:$ i The W. C. T. U. will meet at the"Woman's I I and Blanche Alderman I I Jacksonville, where she will_ spendsome election while his.to work the presidency of his class, '

e Club" Tuesday, January 12, and Ir |-on, left the first of theweek time. as a student' won for j
e? their studies at the : .11. P. <;ine->' and K. tt. Andrews him the honor of delivering the snlu- |

2p.m. I Florid,I College for Women, spent last. 'Ihursday and Fridayin tatory address. at the time of his grad-( I

left Sunday for Tallah,( 1 may tuna.I. uatiun. Although; two and, one hull

James Sheppard the .. )K. Cainey; was iranHiirtinK business I years have passe-d, one is tempted to
Beach after spending
West Palm ;
holidays here with his family. t i| C. r. of :Macon Ga., was in Starke Friday morning.;. | outline the splendid address that he '
.% delivered
in tow y, Mr. Barber has opened lr liiters. of Alae-hua wits a Iusifleas ut the time on "The possi ,

blanks for sale at the Telegraph a lite office at Hampton, visitor here Friday afternoon i bilities of Life." j
Legal where J bought considerable :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins,. of In the fall of l 1923! : : ho entered the
office.R. \
propeY New River was ,'I..itinfrit'nd./ .. and State University at Gainesville, for Kry IY Ib-W1LLlAM M INIEY-19UI

relatives. here !'Saturday afternoon the purpose of pursuing{ a pre-meelieul I
II Green, one of the prosperous I rourse, and would.
farmers of the Brooker section, was in Syru all kinds and sizes, at Huffy Abernathy of Ilushnell was this year have rr'' _
the Telffice. a visitor/ here Sunday mornlnIr. /(. ceived hit degree but for his untimely

Starke Saturday. ..\ and Mrs. 1'.. !M. Rarefoot. of I death.He McKinley and

Mr. Starke, spent Friday here, I wall a wholesome man /in
A. D. Andrews, prominent resident, A. C. burden, :Mr. and an theguest young
of Raiford, was among the visitors to I Mrs. Cj', and Miss Janet Dur- of :Mr. and :Mrs. R. T. OMIl'.n.IUr. holy as well Oil in mind and by none
.. was thin Sound
Sutton more fully Money
town Monday. den of sent> last week here at St. Petersburg, was recognizc-d and
,u the hot, and :Mrs. O. L. Beas- railed here to the bed-side of .her appreciated than by his fellow National -
mother Mm.' Hobb Guardsmen, among whom he helda
is ley
Sanford E. Ritch, of Sarasota,
this week here with ,rela- S. M. Mott wan transact business Second Lieutentaney, and wh' I It was the martyr President William
3 Ster in Starke Saturday afternoon mourn with a host of others his. -
> has installed the passing
tiyejj. latest air pump for supplying .".r. and :Mm. Richard Glover .of away.A McKinley who made the term 'sound
: '....,.= Jennie Hull, of Titusville, I i-t with "free air." Lake liutler, spent Sunday here with largely attended service was held money" /famous President/ McKinley wasa
with It is c, ly Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Crews. in the Methodist church in Starke, on
few days here last week electricity and en-
: spent a believer in banks. lie frequently
Quite number Sunday afternoon, December great
her uncle, N. B. Hull. tirely'.1 a of young folks from 27, when
here* attended a birthday party givenat both old and young paid their lust respects I advised his friends to bank their money.

l Congressman Green who spent the R. Fj rl I family have moved the home of Mrs. F. .S. Cobion Tuesday to one of the noblest. youngmen

.J holidays here with his parents, return to thewhich |ifalow on Cherry St.. niffht. j will ,be whose smile und kindly word I A bank account Is a cure for worry.
ro more seen them.
t ed to the Capital Sunday. recently purchasedand J .F. C,\
NOVA "And I heard
from Are bank ?
t ar lome repairs done on a voice heaven I you a deposllor

Miss Josephine Brinson, of Fiftone, their r( J. F. Canova died; in;' Ashville. V. C. saying(' unto me, Write, Blessed are

was in town the first of the week vis- Wednesday night the dead which die in the Lord from I If you are not start an account with
AmoJpointed according to advices henceforth; Yea saith the
Spirit that
Itin her sister, Mrs. J. E. Corpenirg. teen Floridians ap- us today.
or Martin to attend reaching here Thursday. Before they may rest from their labors; and

F. F. Stump spent Wednesday and, the So| |restry Congress at moving to Jacksonville several their works do follow them.' Rev.

Thursday attending to business i in \ Richmn. nuary 6th and 7th, years 8A'OIr.: Canova resided in 1413.

Leesburir, New Smyrna and Eustis. was man.a n i, Mr. LenthalVy- Starke, and among other relative Miami-Three unidentified sailor

here leaves. were reported drowned in a' midday
two brothers
:Miss Maud Mitchell, of Hampton, Paul E. and bay front fire here which caused Bradford County BankBradford
was in town last week visiting hei 111'1.: Harley after E. Canova. The body will be
damage ;
approximately $23,000 to
friend. :Mrs. L. W. Kickliter. \ spends ays here with :Mrs. brought/ to Jacksonville today and the
Harley shipping( along wharves south of the County' Financial Stronghold
rs. S. E. Brownlee funeral held at Lake City Saturday. causeway.
Established 1889 STARKE FLA.tV .




; : SIX Hit.\l>rOIl) COUNTY ..lELKf.K\l'll SFARMS. ....nIUIl.\ __ 0_ 1'lUlUJ.Xl'RY- f3. 192S

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: ji'2.5C5aS"5! il! SiI88! per culture, including directions is

made in order to cover cost of production -

only. Transportation, charges! Florida', Best

and :are borne by the grower. IDEAL FERTILIZERS I
Farmers Farming The principal fungous parasites.. of For Thirty Years

whiteflies and scales in Honda are:

fr the! Red \\hitefly-tungus Yellow -

__ o 0 \\hitef l>'.Iungus, lirown Whitefly- IDEAL BRANDS are made from choicest materials proportioned -

(Kungus White-I-rmgc Fungus and to steady und continuous gro' th. They are madeto
GAR j.o as give
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE j( Cinnamon Fungus; of ucale-iusuits, fit Florida crops and conditions and our tomplett' plant and

flCLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND G thu Ucd.lleudcd Scale-tungus, the railroad facilities enable us: to make prompt shipments. How.

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY g gn Pink Scale-Fungus/ (effectively destroys make it advisable
traffic conditions to
Florida Ked Scale) the BlackSeal"o'ungu. ever, congested place

________ra. ___,[Gi' J: .. Turbinate Fungus the order early for -
r exe eaC7S7:SSS7: : ;CC'::>CQQCQCCQQQQL your
: >Sr'ii' ' '
?575 575752' ;; r
Cuban Aschemoniu Cephalos>porium
TICF\'f: ":Sl' HR SIMPLE: : liltrustrums) piltoKporums, and somepIuhilago Fungus and Cottony Cushion Scale- "i.lJDEAL FERTILIZERS
azaleas and hibiscus.
DIAKUIIKA IN CALVES f.lVENiuineimlle Fungus. All the AschcrHomas can be
For shade trees we used. orange and
urtificully on sterilized! sweet!
(; rin.I =;Simple diarihu.i jie<' nK. since both. of these trees pro- potato plugs This is also true for the We are now prepared to quote prices on J ur spring require-
ailment \ /nlc.mule lord fruit We planted an
or scours m a rather common well White-Fringe Fungus, CenhaloHponum ments.WilsonToomer.
of and
true each nlu
JI'lInlC' un
of calves un 1 lnu k from the walk in the front yard,
Hire. However" it usually dt vallP'during HI'alc.FunlCu"eithlr; the BrownVhiteflyfungus
/ the' first two or three vvoiki and two pecan trees in the back yard. \ nor the other scale- Fertiliser
On the west edge, of the front yard, CompanyManufacturers
after birlli. Dr. A. L.'I'r.; fungi named have been successfully
about tilth the oprch we putout
inarmn ur the lloii.li, (Kxpi-rnmnt: even grown artificullj. Prof. Rolfs did

Station, irivi-s' the following facts un-l two' crape myrtles. Near; thecorner succeed in growing. the Kcd-lleaded( of Ideal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA
of the went side of the front
suggestions. about this tumble.Ihiii SI'lIll'.l-'unguK' on sterilized bread but
yard we i cut a palm of the VII Established 1893
and l
1 i III ii dilCl''U.IiKnr.I'r found the material useless for spreadin -

may he caused. l \ >' any one or u combination nety C'OLOK ii us trails. the fungus except! in the hum! "fun
The calf'sconsuming On the east .Hide. of the yard abouteven
ut the fallowing: expert.
( too inuib milk, or milk with the porch we put out an All these fungi nay be spread, ...r I

that IB too nth ih fat; the calf's. taking oleander to provide abundant flowersdunng propagated l h\' the slltrc'-III'rllylnl( I -
the In of this
Miunmer rear
its inouN nt !Irregular inti-ivuU; method 01 by lying fUI1)uKlI1I1) erllli :

milk fed fiom, dirty pails; faulty nieth.oiN ue put out our rose.uarilen.: 'Hie vn- mto beers infpntrd with the insect II-.l'' I I To Stop a Cough Qu:
letie- u"d'I'r.. I 31r,.
/ tie ;Ridiiuxc 'Kid
of eiiting'! especially if the calf ill (hnrlc'H Hill, Killarnev, White !I'erb ot which u puituular" fungus ill the : 1 take I1AYKS: HEALING: : HEY. n I FOR OVER
fed tough of eom-c feed; nicnildv: or natural enemy. ( I Furadclitiunalinfor- I I cough/ tm-ihi. ;, .. which slops though/ by I
des ,JIIIiIlH.lllr'e \an Iloulte/ und
spoiled feed. mation write, for H<'print, (luei'terly Mayor"y i healing the inllumud, end irrit8tu\ .mirn.

Ilia vyniptomH sumo suddenly usa SItf19111n. BuIII'lill..1.. V. No. a, State Plant I ...- A box of CKDVK'S; : C-PI mATEALVt : S YEARS
On the +.ilcof the lose garden aril
? ; caddy, n""c1Ils andrrimp
fur tiicst ,
rule. The I ho\ul) discharge- watery Ilea rd.) I
before we planted it, ue put u wagon I Is cm'IIMd':. with ev('' ottle ofHA
in dminctei, und irrujiKh. whitein The iisefulnc'HS, of these fungi
load of well rotted! sspaded ) munuic and i tS1 IIF.ALIllOri': 'Y. }e salve I haarlem oil has been a world-
color having an offensive odor grove owners can be valued only V ,
t"l should be rubbed the chest I throat
it in. Around each of the on I wide
dim'hni'irt'x imiciite,' in frciurnc.v| ill millions. Allowing that the remedy for kidney,liver and
"shrubs. and trees set we put handful of children suffering( from a Cur/ Croup. ,
the dtsrai-e jnogieKHe, nml, solid mutter of steamed bone. a throughout tub state amounts to w ThiHi.Blind iffi-it of llnvpa' 1f ""I"n.'y' In- bladder disorders rheumatism
clings to the hair of the tail and cost of only: one spraying/ )per yenrI''I I 4. Bf I RId'lhathmurombinrdeuh. the lug,'a.-ctnf I lumbago and uric acid conditions;
Nextpiinir or summer the cvo'. ei r'cn Iruln Snlvo thruuuli, Hires of '
1 Ic'gs. Thu calf lUll," flesh rllpilIy.l1uII .llll'tK to glowing going (one less spraying iiccesHury tueli lie, okln stun slops u couii!) .
grass we me
a dejected iippenreance, anil lieonii'H sour), and allowing that there arc in Both n'fiic'dicA flr,. poi' ki,il In one tn nn.l the
to sit the entire front yard, to Centipede I cost of the LHiflltlllue IrealllMUt is JS j 0QLuI MaDJdl
(' wi'iik and linUe-SH.. Thu emit lound numbers 2"iUIU:; ) acres of citrus I
grass for n green lawn. I hv- II Juht ask your druggist fHAYES1HEALINti
of hair usually uppeais' rough and the lie\e t hilt we shall (hen have one of trees, and l estimating/ the cost of l I I HUM-V: ; H a,>.RLEM OIL
kin dry. one Hpiajmg nt only $:'i (per acre w e I ,
tin vanls. in the
puniest community
In nmnv, cases. thin. dme-ase may lie If not in the Hate. have the handsome annual saving Io Piles Cured In 6 to IY5 j

)ieveiitcil! liv (,h..I'\'inll; such 1 precaution -- _. ------ ;, the! ,citrus ,growers cif the State t"l I Dru ii.n rrdinil,
HA lint, (I\CM.tVrdiiicr, lYrdmtt lit A ('I.ru Mltl/S. LOf.t 1:1'1'' $l,2-iO,000.+ Piles lure luluon Illmil 1I1,.'(Iin4 .'riilnidlnil and organs. Three stun. All drugging. Insist
Iiiatuntly rehcvr-n Itihinil you
tcgutur Inh'r\'uh. fcfdinij from clean --. Y ')n the original;:: genuine GOLD
eau RI't reolul.leop after lirat up1" ark:
I I.
milk ri- * o alt,
path, feeding wholesome nut
Into a dub joined a gill one day. 'I. .
tioUH 111111 EXTlt.\C'I'S .Unl. ('OUN'flaTS' \'
feed \\1'unir'll' the calf gradually. -
She planted it safe in her hc'iut to .
,\ ; llEltOIl'I'Si

lo treat' tin tioulili, give one to stllY. I i I.. . . . "<" ; "Could BeJr Fertilizer Be Made?

two ounce of. castor oil. A powder -
She was n common country girl, .
made of two ounces liisniouth gulini- Her hair. I :Mai inn-Yimous inmniunitieH, were '
was straight without one
t Irate aid one ounce of unlol |Is /nNo curl. lined up this week for ,demunstintiun : WeVould Make It"

helpful. Jive two toaspoonfuli of thin em contiol of Insects and disease's on I
IllIwJtor111 lure two or. three times !She' !promised. luiself that every day i I truck ciopa. Community 1 loadersvveio I SIMONJRE y AND GEM BRANDS
daily in about n pint of sweet 111 ilk. appointed! in two communities
'Unit she I :
would' never, from club ._e Tried and Crop Tested"
Iitnto water In. very helpful in | where extensive! work will be carried ,
checking! this disease and should. heriven teaching. stray. on. D'- I :New I'HICE LIST of! '.ir brands just issued. Get same before placing:

in two or three ounce doves :3 Until her I I w 1.T G I ...rd'r.l'nd:: orders nl'r future requirements save delays and be ready
work there was completeShe I.+Lafayette found, a pronounced interest 0 Transportation. is. slow
CMI turn ( aily.t'.tItEFt'LLT ( \\ti-hbuni Vv'is., has the when fertilizer is and may be worse.
would nut take another ,sent.Kslelle vounn
in club work two of the '
-- -- ut
prices Prompt
: Kthrmgton Sul' est M:ivor of any municipality ii, : It' \LITCirstft Shipment.
: SIM-.CT: muns relit run Club 'schools of the county the past week
America Paul UnRrodt was elect
HltJ-JoIII'I: : : 1-EN.: S.\ \"S .Mi.nitoiHa. : ) Lakeland< floridu.UIIN'. | when I visited them and,i talked on I eel to reform the town when hard I E. O. PARR: FERTILIZER COMPANY

; INl club work. ly more than a boy Now, at tin j Jacksonville, Duval County Florida
(ill fwllviIl". .-Kurly in tho year I ---- I age of 23, he Im- made a great

Floitila poultry raisers should consider l\ .'IndinlflIlurl1l; Enemies: '|'oHelp i 1'alm BI'ach-Club work U progressing success of his mlnin. i-ti .>tion, l lian- -
) very nicely in the count j. Boys dime the citj's al i rv with rare
plugs for making;\ (the breeding, In I .
Checking Crop Pests ,
mo stinting their
J'en' butter. nays N It. :Molnof. poul- projects carefully ju.lgo nt for one of bo limited ex- -

trjmiin for the Atrn.ultuiiil/ Extension It need hardly' be stated that VuchmsecUcontiul and returns many of already Ih"nII'e !getting financial I toto ietll e, -.

Uivmion. 1'uultrynten should l nu-aiuic-H us spraj'my,
grasp. the opportunity to select thopoult lumigatintr/ und dusting me not Kincralh J.llkl'-I'm'oll 32 bans in the Hu,,-1 The Quinine That Doe Nit, Affect The Reid

!! i 1"j' winch (.u into tho pen as legtrdc'il, 1 .us. liiial in the control tis school who will IiI Itt I'alrl'I1ROMO nf ft.QII--.r tonic, :;,:and)('Inb1.i Inxntiva" IR) ran rfTrrt. lx LAXA-taken' I ::1

breeders and Icy to build up their of an insect pest' by the economic'entomologists I by anyone without room',intl iHrvuuHnennor ringing
Uuviil An enthusiastic 'ill till 111'.01. t::.W,(,KOV L S innaiuru uo |bus. 3Uc. "WANTED
hot kll bv, "selecting/\ / the bent quality /\ m the prevent generation 1t1l'.tinllOf' (

bird for the breeding pen. 'ihey me legalded lather, in the) County Cooperative .tssotiation :

"1'111'1'1'1,1 handling,,/\ ul'nil (buds IK tile nature ..f tempoiaiy expedients. to was heM l last week at the countycourt No more losses fromROUP

dc'Birntlo) no that we can detect any be displaced, wholly or in part, by house. A goml, report on the

qinilitios that we do not want ropro.clutc'ei .some other form of natural control. operations was submitted.a I II j

in ihu cultural methods, or both.
offspring Bays 31 I r. 1 :Seminole-The: i Semmolp
1\1(.hl'or. U'o should give especial) attention fly natural contiol we mean the use I
Association met in the
to the male, HH hp is Haul to of aeailable. natuial enemieAnull usfungous the I I
agent's office A
be oiie.lnlf, of the future floik. All parasites i insi'it parasites. or county recently. I

birds plated in tho breeding pen pred.ueous insects found to occur as leprc-Hentative of a bulb company met Parties trucks to contract the
with the Association fur the I i cut-
should huge lots of \'ilCor. .should be the mint nil (enemies of the putt. In purposeof
active, Ielllthy. and' indications other words. an Insect of a ilisnnse trying to arrange* a contract for tho I .
glut ,. of
bulbs to be dug in June!. The grower t ting mauling Cypress Lath
of (great; vitulitv )Do not use buds will attaik tho )pest isclf. : o--.
me dc-lighte to have concrete evidence I ..1. ;
that. have) sunken eyes and give in.li-| A brief acoimt of the several fun- -. '''" .
that they arc producing. 9omPthing \ Blocks : to furnish the timber. Av-
('. ilium of inactivity. gnus luiiasitcs ol scales and whiteflies the I1Illrk.tVl1nU ..-;;;;..,. ,
'Tick out individuals that are typicitl found infesting ti I'us in Florida, .. is interesting. and will pay I ,",\'l..t.-f' I
for the breed and a real price for However, they are "" "" '- hi4 miles.
vuiiety. keep erage
In mind both standard qualities( and In the early DO's, )Jr. 11. .Weber, of not going!: to make II soiling) contract I Roup has driven many a poultry.
until n marketing policy has beenworked business Those serious
< man out of
the U.
S j
egg pioiluition. Iljxe the Depuitment Agiuulture
breedersjvell : out by the stilts association. losses during months when \Ve alsty Cypress Blocks f.
devc-l.iped' )paying/\' attention to'' discovered the grown Whiteflyl-'un- -- eggs arc highest! \'ct we guaran- o. b.

hulk depth from back to heel' rfiis and tho l Red tVhitefly-L'ungu" . tee that you can avoid this blight.
and other/ factors essential for high both effectively controlling the whiteil.v cars .ading point. Write
/ HOVE DEMONSTRATION Mrs P. I.anford, of P.IaVc, Okla. yo or see

l'l..cl males that are exceptioniilly spreading tbem. In the .same dc-caih', chickens listening to oth"rJ'Il'Ople'8 I
a .
strong in any parts. in which the Dr. P. II. Uolfs. (later director of the recommendations of different

female may bo wuak. Floilda I'xpc-riment: Station) discovered \"olusia-As part of the interior de- Kinds of rour remedies.

"Do not force the hens into egg the Kc'd,Headed Scale-l'iingus/ rf. e01411ion program, a series of demonstrations Now I am ordering! Pratts whichI
know will cure at I have usedit
Jiroduttuin, and do not gut them too furtively controlling the Sun Jose of lump shades and fire I before."

fat. Keep| the birds free of hoe and scale on peach trees anti devised methods place screens to match has been arranged. LU1VR MANUFACTURING

mites and other parasites. for spreading it. This fungus also .8f Roup
"Pros ide, universally destroyed the I _
a wpll-balnnted ration Purple '
"SiU'it II type of breeding und mating scale, Long scale and Chaff scale, all :\rdrion--W requested to go to .f' Remedy COMPANY
Candler and organize) a girl's club. I [T.bla.' or Po.vd.rl
and stick to It. Find out what" on citrus in "Florida as well ut several
I l"nron..1 the entire number of girls To Our Customer' ft t JtanRoup bk.5J Peat,
other siimlir scales/
you want and! then hrewi toward that : infesting tiecs. .
RemeJy ".dll.uly LIIo.
is 'irvftompltlf
end:' Just )prior to 11)00! sprajmg on account and boys of club age and found the :utufiMttvHoryeur money urttunuitSold ( .INESVILLE, FLORIDA .
boys just at anxious to do club workas
--- of whiteflies f.uncllnf..tin". cit- I and Guaranteed byJ. ; I
lU'RAL ins into wore tho (rirls. ,
COMMON SENSE trees having come disteputeheexiuse W. WHITE & SON

the proper! times for aprnymg J.nke--Th. dub girls nt Lisbon .f.h

I'lxing Ip The \ nrd.ly were not understood by the growers iced three old ladies in their ViS'j .
Director I Kolfs : -
called the -
attentionof ity who hnd very little to mnke -- -

( Spuds Johnson) two of his investigators at the Ex cheerful on Chri"tmlThe girls fa

-11.<.' hoi i.:lay a didn't mean much rest 'I'illwnt Station to the importance of club songs and gave the ladies, sang fruit I I

for me, since Mrs Johnson hud set her the fungous 1 parasites of this pest. I>r. and honie-mnde cnndv

head on fixing up the yard during that III. S. Kawiett, plant pathologist, soon '

tune. Now; that it it over, however, ( HIllS' ) worked out method of grow Orange The nutrition; programs I Car Load ire

I am kinder. |glad she did for the place, ing the Kc'd \\'hitefl>'-Fungus (Red this week were very interesting Seventy [ Fence

)looks better already. Aschersoiii.i) on plugs of sterilized children were given nutrition !

She had written to tho hortioullu- sweet potato while Dr. E. W. Berger, cards nnd lin..dII) fur tho new year's Jfc

llst of the Experiment, Station at I,, entomologist, developed the method of work.

Gainesville a few days before and had Pleading these fungi by spraying Dude. -;Mot four of. tilt, junior home

his suggestions' there to guido us in mixtures uf their spores (seeds) Inter ARI/ED

the work. i, into the whitefly.mfestcd trees. demonstration clubs in the southern

First of all we put out a hedge Following the! discovery I by Dr. r'nvv- part of the eount.v this week. :Made

of wax privet, around the ed/c of the ett that the! Ked Ascersonia could special plans for them to start flower

front yard, since the front yard was teadily be grown on sterilized sweet boxes anti porch boxes. The Chamberof ; Special Cash Price 25 For 20 Rod
Commerce offered to give $tOO In Roll
rather roomy und did not hll\'" a fence )potato plu,;s. Dr. Berger undertookthe
around it. Along the walk from the growing){ of this, fungus on u large prizes to the junior home demonstra.l
hedge/ to the doorsteps: MO then put out scale. The amount of the fungus that tion clubs in this!", pnrt of county. I Until jry 16th

plants of cuphea, which is u very pret- can bo grown in a pint wielvmouth butt The Homesaj Ch' inbe>r of Commerceis '

ty plant for such a place We had tie is called u culture und approximate also cooperating with the home demonstration I
bought/ this from the nursery. !}' 1,000 to several thousand of these agent and offering over II

At tile end of the front 'Porch we cultures: have been produced annually $200: in club prize moneyItch : I

set out a blgnoniaino and also a wis. by the entomological Department of DeWiti. I

taria. Our house U a large frame the State Plant Board since this work mills INMINUTI s I Jones

house with a big trick chimney al olio was taken up by tho Plant Board in m\\ Ii I

end. This chimney: looked rather fJlci. A culture is tuficient! for starting I I

bleak, BO wo planted by it a climbing the fungus in one .or several acres SITICIDEro '

fig which the horiculturlst had called of trees infested with whitef lea. The *o CTa i I STAR KE FLORIDA

Ficus repena. fungus material of a culture is mixed : .J .
Prom SITIOIOK CO.. C.mm.re., Q* I
with 50 to 100 gallon of water
Around the end and side of the applied -, -

. porch and base of the house we set as_ a. spray.. A. charge: of 75 cents MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE --- _===-----=-=.",=. ,P.I '
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FR''"''y, J AXr ., R" RRfl1flRfl corxnTELEGR"r.... 'TRK E. FI.OR' ,


-. aical prowess. The latter two are developed Hnntrp TWntvon Tt -- -, .- -, -_. -- -

I b exercising Al.o the Writ 121 Northat qurtpr. of Stark, Florida' to ...,'r >wt.rn bill of I quiet and
> our thought and c comiilaint" cxhtbitrd in I I r'miue cloud, th..r..n in 'IbIS
I th, nitl .
Siitithi .f .i.\i-.l) "I .I. j twtt. :
also bodies the former ql.r. iiuae by the
our by doing nn I Ibg !nu.h".t qimrtt of SIT t Pm n 1'bi. Itrmlford' County CHHK, I fiactionnlVt of Station, .'1
the things that we know are helpfulin )) iT I T. Rlth..t qunrtrr' of Vnrthriwt nesvsIaiwr, puhlinhtii IVlfumph.. n wpekly rowniblp, South, h.I 21) East ,
'In tin 'In.n. r>c 'pt
", ... town of tit"
tharntter .llnn illt : fn| Slhvrpt ttrndfortl Stark,>, ftoiithuput quartvr "
building. //'h'T of outhmwt qnnrtPF ffiTtlon EI"hh'.n an thp .(..un.y.or./ in hvrrby d"lo..t.1 ', ti.r ''h..r. which IHIUU pinbrapp Intu! .."r

'I Thp Wil. l half of ilitfloutliiHHt ""..rtr. I In. 'publlnbiNl, for'four winch thin nutlet. .hal i.> nt,1 I of ...11 *t.." townnhlp en 4.
tint and I thi* 5touthu-. .t tnii-rti-r Htul) the Northww t The laniln connt'Ciithv w ek., I 0.1 ah i" Wiwt knit "f tin P .1.t :
am going to try to keep dutcribnl t.. Stmthwinunr!
,.. i in cnid *-
iitmiiiT f Vorthuott ',,, r. Section, Nm-- bin i of tii i i >f th t ,
.orh' plaint thp of .
tltlp" N.oh..1 r |
t to .n. H
from heinii) >o inconsistent. Really." teen ( Nrtrthppt which I T. n.nrtof Northiuniiii I. iiulpt anil.. .* c.uif.hu,> .,.,..,
I The' .j.tVa" closed and with "*tt( ,, Ten arms on the \\ont .Uli*, follonn. to-wit rt'mov: cloud ihi it ftotn, are n> \\ ITNK. 'Tin' ""n"...",'" S. f. ". ,n..

dvtli.n 'r..I.SI, .t.'flt South of SiMitlmint, iiidn I .*|I.n (n: II..m....". Clerk, .n.!l th.
few. .j, of
a endearment he kU ed The h.1 uttitrlir' .
S.rth..t 'Ilorh. .'f Voi-Oiwoft qtmr ', u"," .'f of Southit oil- I r tin I,i. r"u', II, pity of Start>. -
me endeil.v and retired.I i .tr.5,'ctIin( Pwent\.Sf\ i2u Th> Northnut ..uartpi, of Northw'mt i ami. the NortliAMt I i'n, :I v.j.' i h, ,)HX' "r r)i crmtwr, A. O, l"'.:)'I..hl.
after Minitfi, 'r i of SmithinNt .,iiunrti nml Oni ,all 'IOIN. r of .Sivtimi, 1 U :: n.
Curtiss had in Titrttmhip ft ,> N
inn: gone to his ,, HattKi Jt' w."IIUI
(ii"rt"Mc Kant.
| i li't 'in Vorthinm Is nnd r\i >
n>rn*"r nnil 0,.. intf and IM'int. "',
Cciiof ro m I !lay t awake thinking over I the I I ,il) ) ...,. lot on \\iwt ..I..f Kant h.1 of W M .N;FS< 1k.; In M.momblp Kradfonl' Count. Klo.ida., I n I i R: K'lnUT', *
fini philosophy: that he had made I hill ISorlht-nit"iiMithfii "nrh'r, "f Mouthcunt of hidKi. *. n* aim' ii,.U'. ,\lil, <>rmun. \Clerk/. \.kln.. sui .Hor r.. Cimu'lulnnnl'_ I l2-:5-t-l-2.1 !
iunrt( > SiTtlcm T''nly*,'itfltt ((21, "i>al t of thin
court' in
w own b.ju.it Iixmi ( I Tht* Wpat h '? the City of Stnrki*. .
; lliirliprincipledhimstlf of S.'h..t' quarter. Iran ,da. thn ICth ila\, of DtTPinhi, \OTICIC .
it I Fh'p acres In S..h..t corner and North- r. A. 1.I 11 -
was remarkable that ho ;

.', Illustrated by Paul Robinson ,howed siu'h t..ranee. towards soy T..n'Y."I.west ounrttr ((291.f! Southwi. fimrt| Section l I'' 'FU.i K: l \.I'JI .1..1 tt,.tn hnncrry.Cl'cult' Coui't. Rraiironl C".ny. 1'1".1., ..

.. Ni rth halt KSI.1 StiirW. I-la: i (I-C: Kniuhtiu ,
i dioti. lining;- It had evidently annoy- of :or'h' ,'"" ''Iu..h'r.| th. olicitor I I
V ... l"m'"n.n. .L... .
a'i f ,
".. i ..1. .
S.r.b. -
C eyrbsflt ISiS be PvblUhera AdCUUT1SS tfiil 'om flu ht'CIIIIS"' I I hat n/pnnfoil, I I hn nt., ''air "h,1 ,. ... ; ,.I
", h..t., of Southrnut .
11'in lum uf LStirrintftoii Tierce and votrmio --C O"' Kot hnl of 8iunhpniit "" ,'I.r q ;I \t rIch: OFrrnrrioN rou 'r\\ lIKED: ", ,,",,, Kite, a .1.

CKiriZES SALLIK'S: : ACTIONS :. llipureJ their ''.' I i-t ", tin N'urllMntt gunner, of. "M'I'> : "H TIUN 57% (0.' i IHK IWctiitnnti.It. ..
with pretfnuill. '' mfmTrV- "
"timf I in mi Tm' ,i ; : .: ; .
j. i' I i.I.I, "f 1 uinrtiT. hiss Four nrrrn In Soiithvrrvtt tKSa.l4.I: I 1 l'sIL' risNt I I th. follow HIM, fcnonn nnil. unknown J 1-

,. u husband'nno'i'i, mipl I p'l I 'rifl'r'n. North of |, ||. mn,t r..I"I., In the .1." ., ll'll t'AllMI*, t ]
t. .
I null, ., .ii nWl'dy pro-Mil' I1 .n N'..rtb)., 'i-f oornpr of Soiithmut, nunrttr,. f .1. :In, I is hinti> ui\tn 'thiit; I '," I r Mi i i aril t F llmwti 1'Jn., '. KI.. Com* I'".. ,
: tI'N.
\\'e were alone in our suite of roonhat 1 II :; ,".oh. liHlion Thirty ( The. ptirchanor of lux l. (I. !,Ot' Vn iipy .7 1 I ,.,. I 1.u'% i if ni'Itt ft.i ..
-mil I he DcWdlt.llth, O th- :.Inl TI..I.
told( Mrs.
of Ilist.v I I 'mit, '..,* of -ir1hpn.t qimrtcr, "nil, .inu- of Jlur, .\, P \'?*_'. jitii I, if i di h..1, I. th,.n, u ,.nkn.i ,. tit.\it.< .
hotel. The excitement pliiymu cortif .
the cnti* I In
N il" 'my offjcr ttnd, i il. i alenr
mind that h. KrtinUt ind I
ir, you, ui roulette of seeing Ellie ntnfm und m> ((11 > : l.n, for fnx,, dull iii.i i II JKI, 'nr.liinro >i olninh,. am' Int inn t ,i I tin lamia hr..' 1"0
vas ( Oanii .i -n 'Iou r, I> hnir, "onthpnitt ttunrti, nnd ,. Snld PI rlifiCHto I titil, 'tnrm thi I, ri .111 I"ft, .. . the litllo "fn.k" at Ciro's had hn>,l u ih'ncribpil ""
N'v i mitrr, of otithmut,, iinnrtor, Socr 1'.I..ty .1"11".1, in HriutrorU, I, firm-tin.
stimulating\ effi'it. It wu impii'xililu! turin'i'.u's Dunic) Oh I "11' fi\p ( pi.l ; 1''Ot* riiiriilft., .. ,, \ nml, ah of ,,"u nro h.'r.-Iur .11 mm il
I :" Th .' font nuflrtpr of Potiihwowt E..t: half of Nirilitnot, However ,
for nip to no to sleep. un- Ihlll 'nl JovthinA'\: I II tnTh" ,,'r I 't. >,'tI 1 half of Roitthw.'pt quartnr, nil* ra.t uunrtir. .Sit.nn I. U ruunvhip T. South t h.' Chvuit, Court of thi* .: .,1..1.,. hi, *

dieaged und lipped into bud ]preparing, I b I used to pluj. } 'i'. >'ii'tlf "lf, Koulhpnitl nnnrtrr' Section l'Hi\tr0-I'i,.. IV Kant. JU .... :,, ilunil (h'r.1, of 'the SIt* of l'l.hl. t nml
Thirty-Mr' tnt \ \\ of i IHHIU, ,iiiN( ..N. d i for "" i oun(". Klurfiln. ,
to meditate upon the stirring events.A I thp nl>o\p hrlnu' in Inn. at lb.dot .r. u'. i "lny,
wa"t unusual thing 11)) 'I'' ,. ''fii; **outi! Ilnnirp T onty-twn the Imnmnn, sOft Ofiltfl.nlf1 In the nam. !i I ., ,liinmir,, > \ l I' "".'I. at th,. ,,"t"'h. it ,, ,, in,
slight tap the door nnil ('lIrtl-., (I've I mused a while then IMume fir of A. O rtotvi-n, II oI'nu iiinl j .,'.lr'nh'I *liHll ,nut, i'.ouni, t! t tin. tnI'" of Httirki. I 11"I .,',, tiiiixxti
ho .
"r i n1f nml tltt rt-tlrvmiMl nceuriliiiK law. t r -ui.. I tpii'C, ..
und slippers came lttil ,
in dressing gown S"lhr..t qnnrtpr .\ will I .lnl.l..h1 \ ''it>il
cnccmcinw himself conversation. "Kut nunI'ierce ,-, ijiini' 'trr of Rr Two ((2) I 1..t. therron uti the I 111 I I It ilny of .'.latuiaryltttPM .\. iihiitiiHt ton i h> t ilti I <'""|.Inl..nt ,in I lht. l..\
into and ton 8. .
my: room lIal'ri 'i Is one )f the m rr i I' i at "iiilrt'i' nfl, ,.. Sonthrnst Mtli>d riitimPhi '. .

in a cozy choir beside my bed beganto sough 11' men in FurlsElli it f \ ,rthtt ...t Mtuirtrr, nnil I tht. Southton I thu.\\Oth my official Ktintur, and neal I this Ii..'mil, i'omit, ) IVIi..niipl,. u w..i ( jtr( r of day of I..n.h.r. A 1'. i n'>'" *1' r '>ulNnliid' tin*
the shadow Nnrthritol qimrtor, ",-.Upn IK.A ', town til s' irk1,
talk. His face wu. in .
mad lit him and, 80''is thai e Thn I W, .M. HLHMVN liiiulfonl" C.unly. I'll'iiila. IH I liiril i I>>- di.nfvniit*

cast by the small reading light hut I quisit 1"11 Daniels-the Grain' 0 rr f.. half of 5o"thwpnt nominee of Clerk' ) C'r,1' Court, HruJforil .,,,1.i n., '--.i", i.".I in uhi'i, h thla .t e.* "h.ill

noticed that he looked weary and. doprtxsed 4 I 1' 'nrlpr nml ii,.. Knnt: hnlf nf N..lh. .,utu', I lorfda,, I"' i 1I.h.h., fit i four, IOIINI.outh, i. tvc'krh
era s |I'. Now you lire, r "ivnjc'iilouj ,t, <' rt( r of .4i.uthu.fit qunrtrr. Sect Ion Jly i V KNli.lir liimlM, .1..t.1| in na ill 1,1, I of eomplniiit ..<..

I. an unusuaL ,'nn'I lvd) t'HUMflfmiiplninnitt
poor mean u, 1'1' .. .. .
tips, who e keenness for life ordiiutrily ''pt Thc tntunit. of ROI'hwr.' '11".lr. of I., .1.. ......I".,...'..... ..L n' L.'U ,u..n.' '. on.,
1'oirey < U .junrtir, The NOTiCE: HII itN In .ii't,, nnd to .
half of Southnn Put.tpu'i 1C \IION l FptL | tvmott* tlnm!
gave an unimated expression tu his "Ily re, I don't know. I cit. ? ,f 5t 1".1 (itiartir, lyintr 8oulhtf l I I' % I''I KK: IION IllS "I"l T\\I IMK:l 1":1| : t n'from, I. HI foll-mii.l 1..i:

face."What's. I brniH-h nr run, confftinlr.tr' Twi'hr ntir '. ",nth' hnlf \oithcHnt" '* of SivtUiit,
night ugh that the wholi 'hc> I
( ., "II. Ir.\I"IHI ti, rowimhlp 1 Month,
? 11 1'I 1. I h-'sut hnlf of I litti".. I Kii.il' lyliiic ami
the mutter, svt1hOtirtDil't '? .>f thiihud|! toppled over, Mr, I 4. ., i MM.MI p '1"0.1. nnd S..lh'n.t. ., qunrif nf- Not, ci* [. li.T.'ty, u i\'.'11 ( lint, Mm V ( i In,. ". In, 'fit s'ifri, t ..li.ty.' KlnriitaMTNFSS
I' '
have a good time lit E\Ii.\ Si 'I .miller' ..f Soiitdi'tlat, hl, loss I'*in'ls-r, >f 'Tux Spp. \ : Hi,*- ll.ni.iHlii'" | A / .\dhn.l.,
you \Vlht| lid """ i eortifit'itt' \o "
111 abut being soil Hi', : :: ::
,' : th i i ; : :i
h. .In',1 j IIM nlno (Il. Wliltrmnn. .
didn't! North < f Hram'h, runnlntr Prtnt : t th day <>f .l.tint* A, l> I ('I 't k nnd (ho
|lti. ,
noticed .
I f.
"ffisk ? |I. ,1 i
little you -oiit-i and I asked her forJ! \ i \v tttmiitth ftnlit' inhn. rcntntntnif I ircat.t my uffue and II'', IIM| ..*, t ..c I thin I'onrl, m tin* city of rttiirki, I Inr*

dance.' ness i' e grounds of boiliiu hoik'ssly Tr 1.:. t "it,.,. or liw in Hi-ction Klvi. I n> fur tnx .iUil to IrtHili* in nrrotdiiMCi.* iniidt, .irppllratioti' ''ion i<< t tdH I, 1 IHth day, ..r I Un/mliT.. ... A I>. t I"-'.
Millt t
iiiir Th. N.H, half of pmithtnut,, ,. of -il ci-itif.rnt., ., ;< 'l W. AI.I.KttM VNsi
i.iltrmr I 1
"Xo, I miiiht H" well be frank with | \: nnU! ." Non lent, -'urter., an,) S..h..r.t qimrtrr/10'1.,, of )iropiriy' MI'tun tod.* tinfollouinif Itrtnlfortl ,' ditHrrilml I .I )I,) i'I Ii rk.

!Bailie, I had n perfectly rotten I "Th| hat's u pri'tt >miIf 5.'i i "tid i r. nnd tin l Inut: of North'IT I : il ( niinty, ,' tt | KMiiflT .Stntki, I-I loiula. ,
you, hnl .I.ln.I.wl I ..
In I hi .
f Vnithtnit, .ti i pir>.> 1 .J.\.M.I..2.
all n nail n lust MOM ft, 'r"I._ ,____ .
time. To begin with I'm not at llU'llt. i stu you, \ ''UI .- i ipr"e if I .'fl r Vnrt', Imlf of ,NorthWfMt, '1"1", I.* i 0.' i>.rl.'r,of i4.. inn Ki'tirti'i'n, Noith ntnl I of R""lh'l(! 1'1-; -- .
enthusiastic Ellie know. She competition I I'll, i nf Noithrant t'.ft; w.t : Ni
over you hol qunrUr of r to a piwt Norlh' I, ft lo n punt, KiiHt:
is too loud and it didn't mnko me anymore .\ltlll mile played DMthouKhKxao n f. I 'i .""."f,"I". oiith r, ntul*-nut North.."".h'r.half,.of...1 miih.Nnrttt-, ,Itr, ',* I h I,, I to. I,.point i..t of on t'gi""t ioj, ,,I lino. SIT thi.H ni'I." IViuilKlip *
comfortbale when you turned m<> tryinu di ibu utclitimes i f' J.fr of Southrnut qiinrtir nnd Nurth H. ling. 1U East: I i iine.ry.
1.,11 nc> M .,
down flat to dance with BnrrmKtim1'ierce. si-rilbout the uhult" mntti'r" I 11 If t 'i.. *. n.e quinn. .r of Northwwil qunr '.I ln, nil h'i"" attf< .r."',1 nt it,. dritv, of. C: I."f.(, ,
n. fi 11. 4ittth< iit iiunrti-r, of N'ortltwi-at' i tin I inHuaiicti of Biirh ruitifuHtu, .I".t.
." I "Thel" ,other thinlt. Millii Ab"the ,ni i"I t tMint )h,>, u-I nunrt, ,, r of <4otitiwi, | ,.t I" t ', in Ih.< pani-f \.
"k".n. i.'ss
mild' ,. I lt"l.M-i, ,
,ii't., r'lll.. M Smith I .'i. ill
fur < rion Klwht IH I. 'd lii .h.1 b
ii d
"Ilhee !" I exclaimed I'm so glad. he continue!. 'It, 1 luctiriliiitr to law "n ilu'd Di'fftiilnnt, ,*.
i ii i IIM i HI i of I thtrion 1"/
Xow, rvu had my revenue Barring \ "I kiil'| inteiruptnl. "11..
remember his ii i'li as I'd promised. A itopI h'nnt iiunrti"r of Houthwpnt, ) quarter. ilia \VitncrtH", fttyli) 1'iiiiHi. 'Kwwit : Itolu-rt M.
did I inv c aiifnntnri ,
ton fierce you i >*i. if .rrl,1 nml mal this Smlb.,, if siss-| ",.I if t'n hi.* uukiiowii
It h,1 S."lh.t qunrtir thi* t'th' day of .. .,., .1"00.
1'111 'iou Dense don't bi S..lun NII" A. IP. HtJdC I I .
nil 111" didn't you dear? i "i-ro \\ (9) ; I.I UK ilfvintHM. Ii-uiit",' ., .1 i ,trlws, anil
if he though flu'. hOI 7. 'rhi, Vt."ithuiKt, i unrti'r of w.1'I KUM \N t, nil I ,pi.nulls hn\UK .' rliiitiiiiiii, any 11,1.1.
Cuitiss looked at me ns t.-,. th, xiith half Northrant nuni CI.k C.., I .'nt l l m. thi fidluwiiiK di'trrllH'd ,
mind, "It '-I question of beIng ,TI. I ., of Northmut qunrtfr, rf ,, ", 11..I.r.1Cu" .' I. ,,d.
I011 losing .1 .
most certainly my '' I. i' 1 illil \ 1' "J. N..I" ,,nr" "r I tlu> Flint half, of I i'eelltii5 i it
he I "I (i'i'i5 '10 KNOWN ', I North, Southwput Hy C, A. KNK.Iir; I You und inch, .( oii i SIr h by
"What earth are you talkin : icsiyl I. would! hue, :j;I\.n ANt) UNKNOWN F .n"" rat- Imlf of Vortlimit qiinrtrr, IJ-ir-m-l-H > ( .r. roiiulrt l
on "I'Nfl. .f Si ii. 'I."ly CU-rk I in. ,IK nml ', .urnii* tin l ,
i i NTS rt a1 i iiinrii| iTllrn I'm t slit" .hulHi of tlt I Clrfoiirl -
about ? he asked, "I don't( understand.: I you nu I thought that reckh loin, -i, it i rr th' worm bill if Tlti,.. !oiii,,, hi'nut qiinrti, of Nnntiw.t noi., i I- : 10 I "," ,, of tin, riuhtli: .ludloliil,, ,, I'h.,1., ofI

what's remarkable' about my renv gamblir Id make yon happy butm't i h il. 'nur>< thnt thi nut com-rtl I N i' I Ii o Tin nrrfi* Sniitliivi r'rn'r, ," .Tle. IIMITOKS AM I I' \(1"1'01"" I I I ihi, lit","... of Moriiln, I., ,mid, I for Ir."n.o.
so oil know ,. .,r iii,.,'. b.MinMi, *f the ,fpntlnntu lion KloM: n (till : "nr./ IN I i t i..., ) riitildH .. ( I In. ..;'in I lay of Jor.or"
embermjr, about Pierce. lie didn't tak; Sallie. T ruin jar,,' mil I Thi. Si.uthwit t / N.le. hprby nf\< n I that, all ..1..1, \ l liun(. nt tin, i-ni, I ', ,". inmill .
Immiurntlnn Com quart i'r of No 'hi h' I county.s
rt I punt .
puny UN
> '
|" ''' .I "t4-iM and l all ... ..,. __ ..
.u. U .. ...... ........ ... ..". ,,"' .. ''c !.,.ti F'lO.oti, itt : ,\ I .".f hn ..I. .10.0 n".un.. ,..,..... ..._ 'purnoni. .U. ..hulno. I I" ..0.. '. : '' ..
; ;
.. ;
.1. ;
', fT' till ,. .orn'f.' n lh. Miirliln. Hnil.i ,, l'iai, in TOM-nmilip5 i.,... ( ? ,i. South Kaniru; ,,, ..., nrp In.n,by rpqtilrpif .... .orn lull, of roniplnlui, exhibited jiunnifttMm ,
I. .. IK I i ..mi,.im t .'''' ral Ion Iht, Atlnntic, Lum. T,,> nt\ .two i J.M I tn'tn cliiiniri duly ant hi.nticnti, .d. Ii.it.",t'r.-"n. 1 thi'ir ,, ,I, ...0 limit,, by the MInuS naniid eom-
I c imp 0'i <'''r| ',call, II, i tin I Ellsworth tru,'t I), "'tit" HI" to thil.ill, uf comi'liniit' ., fitnl. In (,io, .\. thrin-r; I.oiinty .Iiulm,., .. I'liilnntitI .
'' ,, ( mi, nnn ,', r|. 'mi I h Fhi T".n..n'l. l J.um, iik,,1 I ti IinrO' or Itpfon. thi fimt day of County. hlitrlda. of Ir"o..i I II In. llrnilford County 'r.h'or".h.l ) u wrvkljrin
\M'' ,1\\ ""(I Mf" | [ |' om* yiar I ,
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| [ '1 !I" r ,-., ,, I'* "rwirA, I lirt, wllln ".Mpnpii' |pIlililal| Is tin town of Stark.
iflpn a IN.II 'nil" lwnrl N IHrk- .I ihi>rwfr>, the alliuntf I mttiro will.I I.> ,,- ," t .
'fl il .|.//iiM I ,! I (inn, nnil, Mnry Cn".lIn". Pirkcrunn hlit wit, I ( .,.. nf thi, > bi will be tiiki-n AN conftUHnl, |n'rttonM Indibtitl to aM) 'h..t.", An..1.,, I liiudford t 1'"I. I It-riilii',,, I in ht
\ I \ j sHmui I Swnnn, .3,,"HIM 'T ""lIrv.'m !In'... iiKliiHt you. t I. pav thi'ir Hnid, di'bta' tu 1'ln.tI,,. "' ,rwnm-il. ailminlMtrntor ml n* i'h, n".I'"I'r In ninth), I thin,\ until'.* Nliall
Cuthirfnp Hnfon I IIIB, wift', \\I. T, Tiiylor, ..n'l. I It in furthpr, onlirnl' thnt thin' itnli,r I bo piilw forthwith I'i.l;: ,pulilMH'il:::: for four;, r \ ,i" ; Mary Ttulnr hi. ..-tr... Mirnhnm Ruilty H,'nry UHIII|, | otiep u WM.k for, four ronHpputivo w*>ikH. Ibis the 17th ilay of Pvcpip.ipr', : I liiml*! iifuribtfd| in unkl bill; ,of iiiiitpluiiiiii i

/I. ) 'I\, \ \, : 'j'iW' ln\trr nnd .Tonnl" r'nstf hli, ..ift>. F R, Morimn i n f h.. Hradforil. CV tihty, Tpli'irrnrih. n ",,'kly .H. RirODrN" ; I 'iml, r., ,".. which cuinplu.nuiit' ,", Htuka t,tiniit
I'fI' : 1 II .j I N, W. HnrkH. I n. II Hiclm. Sirniin J Tom n'"nl.i of vi'1.,1 eh'e"I"lun., ,, 1 publiNlu, l 1.IH.Uta.1 AdrniniKlratirso'ru : ., I titlt, .1) n.,mu\t, olniiil., Ale' n. ''ol..w. i
tJ.\\: ,: # I'll .., '? |il<*. John) Alfxntlili Grithiim,, J, L (', sIc.. 'in .inrui*. Kriidfaril ( .. 1 ,' to-uitHi. ,
'\,.. .-. "..mu1 C, Inn., ,I, D McLpmnre, j. R. \MI\NKSS 'h. I"n..h". ,Jtnltf. of tha, h u IIASIOF; : <'lii', I '" Fimt, (mill of th. Sniitliw.iM, iimirttr,, of
\ \ \ Fnrlf. T, R Piirl.., ,Ir.. .1. r Kiln: ., .l..hn C, Cfuhth tTuilicinl, ( 1"1. p ihp rflpinl nml \ U'TH n 11'1 I ,it ii. V,,'thiHKt, .itiI..S Sirtlni' It), "I'liwn*

r: :" '#' Filii.. T W. Pills. Thomni. W. Pitt.. Charles nt I'h" Clunk of thli (Court ..H well MH, hm, si irnntuip. Nfttii'p ih t hi nh v/ln, i i limit n, Mi ndiiy ,,hi, ,.s: ..",ilt. Kniim, .'.' ,l-Hnl: or. I l.l.u, I I.it .1.1 I

t: RcihrrtH. F I, McCnll, ('hnrltnn II Flnrlirf, thin t, :With ilay of I..mllr., A, l I', .lanuiiiy' I, I H'-'i, lb<* linir.,,, of I iho rmmty omivlp.i ., r Ituburt M Smlh", .,,'... Ui.n of Hilt I
\ lifbrrt M. l't.,5' 0'1 "in n t Imith. J '
'l'ti ." n Oliver. .Inmi Noonoy. i | nf Hmdn rd cotiMy will be aid In front, ..1 luiiiti' as ..r.loo In
;J J' in MKfnt, for, the 'IVmtilp, Compnnv, opirtitiveeftlony <;, w. nriiMxw I Of tht, Mouth id,or, of, Iliu, eoiirthojjt, 'In Stark, *. .(I"I i ptihlK. ,, rerunIC l.n".rlll'nuiily.,I I IH,

.' '-1 A 0( nf FUirliln, Jnmtit' P, Riithbimi, *. .'n'" ('I.k Circuit Court Hm, ,I- lorlda, I to. tin, hliftinit and bwk aiigIIuI.. bidder .,1 rniiiniiuiiK, 1"'ly t 5-rI-s. n."r' or Ii tm.
r'/ { tI. K TofttPr. Itnrnnnl' ""n..... lIon", W Win. I.' sh: % t.i furil County. I' lorhiu. fu mud, county can v let*. to the law. \\1IM I '.taH. Jht 1."uhl., A, /, ""kin..

.. ,, .. It'r'. A, Minify, 'ritnmnfl Hritrir, Annie Hi'ltritrnf *. \ <' HEWSSdhntor "..rninu NIIUH, ', Perloil' .ubJ lexM will J.I O also U. \ AltMln"n. Cluik. .",.1
I'll hiue to ask you II \ >lil ""'n",-r. I'.n.II..1 I Men III.| ., John F. I.,.. ,' for Com. 'nlnnnt :J JIn run throtiKh Ihp year 1028. PLo board the seal of thin court I. ..y <"f Stark**.

\ ,0- .,.7 n I j.-n, FV Hicko, Filuflnl: flnneoek. Eli,.. I .1.6t.I.2 i iI i...<*t Ii. ,iiwht to rjet any and all IH.W.r- I F.ld., tbl th. IHth day of 1.1.r. A, l Is.
wear. | !I'.,,1.11 nnil, homuu. !I lUJG
"I'nduptt ,
\ I I Inih IIIT hll.I'.n.l.' < '. .. M. BKOWNLCai
11,1; :;: our pardon ho apol- | .- 1'. "r."n. C F Mnrklllic. Hultio, JII.I OTI i 4'Iiiui, wan, linard of County Colsaloae. (I. W AM.KUM\N
.1 (SEAL)
Rower*. Mntilila r .nrt- .- ln M. l.ni"ivnn \ttlrl Ckrk.
\ I 11\, \, : : CI""i Court I.lirhth .hullHiil Clrcinl., I*. i:, rlorhlH
It Mutililii j .
+. 0 -rxtiKlt..n.ti chrlHtiinein itiintj' ', I'lmiiln > 1.111 huMAN. 12.1481.1, 'CNIH'I. Starkr.
I Ii
"IO .. I. (Chnncrry I I CI..1 Solicitor, .
Job I. I .r. t.I.l I
__- .. :;. I,.,.. :, ;, 'fJ OHI| John' ".. nnil, Mary Pr I .In-n. ( -
.. -:" ; ) cumiu-y, his n ff<., .''nm.', .', \ S R. I I I NOTICKI : ;
i l" ;:'' '' .4'f., : 'f...;: Kli-rnt-ff, r. r, Kli rni'ff. G l.lrfln., Klprnrff \n C..m.I.nnt -- sorit tIn .

"", '.1-1 \ I. VnnMrniutiHtu, I.. VonKIrn, I I In (lIe, ,,,' ,
-: \ ::-'ll 1J-\\\ Annie I Stripklnnd, tt ,nl. limittrmlfi.nl i'-1"< v I 1."r.I.. .
't ;; Tnllnforro. Ji.hn, F, T"la.r., n""r II. Tulm1 l> fomlantn ," I In I hnnc..i y, I iiM'>.,nt oiirl., Hrndfotit, ounly. '1..11"" .
\ \J( :...., \ \ .: .J. 'I 'f Ii'' 1 f..r. JWIP ,, ;,'." N,> Johnnon. ( Itvniovit i t I'Mi.l S. It, ,Johim ; In < baiin, ry.
h's, witInuion I 1.1 iltt: 111e 'ii her II I I- i lurk anil l.nchim t''lurk l.ia Wife
\ Jftikihrt Jolm i C ,
# J'fpt./j Complainant
'? ,/ \ 'f'c.'yj\; I Mno, ,\. II.HlK'hln. wife, (?-,,, 1..0", ,".... .no, It n it", 'srin from thi' alli'itiitloni, |I v.. ( "oinplnlnunt.,.
t : "- b \1/ Th"r'on. ,X, J MlI-r., Mnrt M. Millir, of t h. ('jur, ) \
i\ his wtff. urn hill ur I d"rn"y *'t nt,
.\f' (j{ .: ." .'..". .. OS.f. : .1 M s'h".I.| | I.r...l. Si'viln nnil Mnry It Si'vlln.' t that'' the I am* ,..e.ml'lnl'i- nttuinc, | *In> of thi th,.,1..,..nilnhti.nl.... I l .'r.'n..n'., t_u urn, l I. 'h.m".n.|. firiduntiiTi ,it al 1.,

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f"1 nnrtli-M nml Kannlp I. 1".U'lt hi. wife. Mr*. \ |hi. AnilriMN, W,Ilium H, 1 lin'nn. ." Iti thu .1.| >"* ntylnl I rnuxi'. ('arr ,.. k..w"
'n. I..wll I iih
< Htylid i I ,.
-1 J \ Hilfiin, A, mith anil flnttlp F. hi. wife vie 1..mnn'IIm (', lonit., J'aie| .Ion***, II Mi-r lonny .n. wlf,'. Adti M''h'I'y' An.tioin I. .. ,. ,, en.. to-writ riura I
: and l,
I'iinmpNi.ii. II 'thni-
-j/ "c.\ Snrnh L. Rend. .
\\i' 1homn. Ior., and 1..1. 'iii, .-fine In U, I th I Wih"r, AntlnnHu W .1(.minim nnd ..I.mo :"nl..I
r __ ;" I \ Won) and I.ii 1..1.| .Nihn J. Mipr Kauffmnn, Abiltilm. Erwin: Jobtm 1,0., .llvfntr.J. .1' ) ".)," I ,.I."n. h,'r lois,, n.i, N, l I. llnitaIIIMII HUM W Van I" M Morton, M.. Norton. (i".I.I.t

.; : 's.-., _:, \bf! _4. Fllinlxth Smith Ellrnlipth K 1 4i,oil f .1"| ml., tin.n thi ir hi'Ir*, tcrnnlt, .. ill, I Iliirrot, W I I'i ,ring. Ott li-r, ,. W h.nrIIIH I dfvJHti'H I pit. ff ali\p... ami, if d.ail., heir
iw. irn ,
Smith. Miinhtth, '"""' H or vritntvpH, and 'u
Smith, ami Mnt, A i
C :
Smith lM"rvan..
if if
MMI KvntKH, nnd
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( attniirnii. "
\t -" ,. ,,':'i. '.,. tlv MPIIO n S. 11.1., R, .n" .. nil unknown.ami di.ad. their uithfnivit ,1.1. .1 I"'r.",. '", or rlmniiiitr, any lntert
'' tin ii di\ !'i
'''' ''' '" SmlhIr..d, Wht. n.n. ritn fl. pi'mm In the Sintiof' rlorhln. .im. *, nteninr I I'h,> I In,lulu In.rfinhfti,r il. ribtd.
Si. Hrown hi. iminfi>i>H, nnd th .
1..n. wife hti'tvvn ti I and I tinin
I )n". Jnrno 1,1, and Cynthia Hull. I. ., .. m"n_ ,..." .ml.loo.I...... .......... UH..HI. rvlrp._. ..,.u of .'a.L...',.h.',. ,i n.'u...'." .... ...."..... 1'1.,1.. ... ..._....l.n.1. .. .. .L". ..,. *.raulinv.itYou .
', "" nml l inch of ,
lirnby iilnd
yuu an. ri
ss.ire. |
"pn K C' Jo..h, 'I ti nee ant' if litial,
W..I..n. l.u.k. nnd thnt It IA bi-lli'vrI' by the .t. it atiiti.i> I
II ConiS. J, .n. complnin-" ... .. ami, npptnr I"'fr' the ., .10" uf tin' Cir-
Tlh. Solo ,, hi,> wt, nut I'hit thi. niimi'il ,fonilnntu., In'.1 i i.vin( t, liKittpiN irraiitip., .."., nil pi rm.ni ,
.1 I, '. art '.il I unit of MM Mil i Juilirhil, ( of
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Hiltnn. M Andrew Amen i in I thi> Im\lhtf i'r .nny intirmt in 'h, I landH, Iht 'i"'I ,
imipprty Invulvi| ef..ln" .
I in thin
time. I "Oh i Hint nndcomiilnlnHnt '! tin I
his eyes off of you the entire I Curtiss I cot Ii ( R, f.llHunn and Mnttlu N Gtisnn his wit.,. ,' allivK. thnt hiri'innfUr, ,|, Still.of I lurlilii. In and rl' Ir..if..1
unusual trvniondirupted. of !" I W Cihuiin. Wm, Wnllncs (,il hi* 'io'n not know, ami, t.'I" < imiily' ". I hit Jftih dny of .... I .
it .
But what I ask you, is so .hmton. nn. Simon l Ii ililitrpnt ...rph 'ind iniiulry, ban, not biinaMf You i.r.eti.gt I I _'*n. nt the court h",". In sal,- emiiiiy. tbinwn "
? I know > lid. nlh..ln IInllv. Pnvlfl TAvlnr Ilnnrv, irs nxeiTtnln u hit I her any of tin. ill fin.l soiluh' of vmi n.* h'-r.-is r.I..I..1 nf, ,. .
you Stark I ,,
about recalling name to tin*
a MitolU'll. In sW'r nworii
John Shuftnn John' J. finch. H natM whom* rrnifli-nro In allf-trid I "n.1 apppnr bvfor th. Juilitu, iii l'l.rlh. a
put me on the shelf tonight but I didn'tthink ;> between h-ji. K,* ...... Ella Mi'Cny Kililip: JnhnMon. John H di-ad, nr alive, ant it In Mlltfi'd n l b.* Inkn..n.the nunlninitrtt ( ircuit. Court of tin, Kitrhth:, .ludicial, Circuit,. hill,o\i' uf. utylid ciiuiplaint, mu .... hIII'.1, | nttninnt, you, thnnl
W '
relegated me to .lohnnon nnil E'iznliPth I"hn..n. his wife. In bin .w..rn nf complaint, tbnt .r tin Suitof 1..1.11. on Jf.th' iltiv .r I' .
you had quite pine s hea nswered "and l.hn.1, II. Tnrnpr., I. J Tu.k.r., Jncnb If. hi. hi-lit'vif then. an* i.i bil, Intprintid in hinuary, ,\, U nt I" court, litn hi lrl".rd ( oiinty '' tfrapb. wi>vklyM
the Lethian stage!" its to sa Anil Iii'nrnttp jmtrury hiM wire, A. ,1 ..n. tin m Hnii) In I >I''n, 1.1.1..1 ,in I tbi< .,.w. of Stack,.
rom ever knowinghellrtoch. "rn.o.y Nnid r>n.,tn rty lnvolMd. In thin wuit whoinnmi county. thp town nf Btarki' *, I Mtiiilfont l. .
(1. I ,
full moment in spite K ..Intfirnril Altiprt W.tr.'nm-y'r" Cho.h. A. and atit-H and whi.ni> idi "I,,, I. annwpr a nworn ,, t ,. .. ...y. I. 1"d.' mnat-
rir < .
I giggled one '. would have un. > nrp nn' un. 1,1 /.m"Iln' < .1 l ti r In wblili, his ,
you shall
Witi.nn'yer. A.M. I.annfnn an,) W'mmn A. known to anil In .. Ii I ii It tot iiifainMt' you l I.y Ih,. I" 'I"); n'w."OI', n..I.
of sarcasm and then I derstandI I. hii wit.,. Irtfihclla e.n"hlnnnt bil n I 11' ,,.I..h.1, fin, four coiiMculivtt ., ,
this gathering i l"renc'c. Don't think anninir Cliirkii and (in- ',,, lif JM prnyt'd ntfaitmt turh, known un. "I..V Mylinl cot..*, iHiHln, |. ., .,. 'h.
in nail bill .f ,
rotuidniut. I
I C' rlarkn'in, F. ; tin
explained my delight. I j I'm preaiI old-fashioned. It'sunderstand IT Prnwn Rtrhard nlIh'r .lamiii Miller. W. known' IK rinnn. firm aol corporal' loon I' '::iIJ1:: :: \ : Tulirniih,: n wn, 'kly tit., i I.tn which said cumpEnifiHnt: .i ikn t to qp'trmt .
Mra Mnrv K, m l ,
In.I..n. : :, I It .H orrind| that I uHpapi r thi- town of Sliirk .
"You see, darling'." I began "you I I ;just that the way lownrt, OrIn .:. .' ", T Smith ".m..1 nWI.HJI.. .rdir' i If livfnir., and I I 11 iltail I..on.,. allpirnoni I I ".,"o..r.1 .aunt y. r'"rltn, ,In hi're by ,dmlitna, nnd,to.wit cloud,, in thin ..1,l, nna* foil own.
Dr. joe IrnnriH I. Field M I- llmun. I.1. fluId. E. "d t .* ,' .
claimnv thin
had forgotten that awfully nice i reason. you voluntarily ,., i anv int.riHt by In.I'r or I I. ni'WripHpi-r mttlcp hail l.niH r>. 5. -, M and U uf ft.i rk It). of I.lv.
1 Hul.bnrd. lohn R I.nilptt. I I. .
I.oul.n Xof- 'hl."h I I I'h, **a.i, ,| .r'n.lnt.. a Ton, .. d1n r ,11.10..1! r. four connictil, is, wifkH '1'he '
Gaines who danced with me every |promised fyour word of honor II rk A. r Tliirk. ,\nnl. I'. I.lttlp. Annie P. ns'tI| oth*>ru in ,. I hnt ,- land, diHrrilwil, In an Id' bill nf complin' *x. I innlitfruby! A < otnpHny, '4 Addition.I to thutivin
I peeved that risk l-liirk, .7 I J. ITh.,n> F, W Llttlp. I., M Llt- hour and .I npraonM I htbitdl aittiinitt yuu in nal'1 I above of HtMikf' MiNdford. < ounly, 'Morldii,
night on the boat and was i le not going to "I"m..r. w nnmp. aui nsii'noe atyld i paun WUM-.St: '1 h,' Ifonnrnblf, A 7.. A.lkinluilw ..
tlp It'rrt' M 1.h.1 nnil otiinii Ciprhnr*! hi.wlr. .U ., I bi. unknown by MB id complainant, tho tttli* 'to which ., Idpomplnmnnt
especially since he's sO awfully well i more thaitlreJ dollars and you ... LIIllprnnrd Dickman. nd... .I. tim complainant 'k. to I *'. n* "lnu tt W Aldi' -rmmi. Clerk. andthn
l.he. WI. ipiipt, nml pluud'
pcnionH in -
namn allii/rd
F.mlY nn kni> vnwhoHtt nf thin ..
.al "rt. In thn lily f Stark'.
I ended u-'hrce tliekmnn nnil .
hundred. In
dinner When l'lrkm.n .
known. So tonight before i Ch.i.tn. rpHidcnci* n brvond the State nf f-lorlda. 'h..f..n. a* .
f.I. I thin Iflh iliiy of I l.geI'r., A, .
notice me bre with yourself like hickmnn S E TiuniK'nil Thnmnii .. that .*. !tie or are intinnird, in that cpriafn Hliick Mn. tin .n, I lot. I an.I 2 of Hl.wk II..rld.,
told you I'd 1 make someone you H KIk-worlh. Hnltlp A, Ml.worth. his wife, pit- r arrvI property 'lylntr ami t la-ins- :I' all In TimplfAildition, to the Inwn.rRI.k. 128
so much that you'd at least remember i that wha do to square things) lflin' C Ampnl L C Ament Loran. In 1..lr..1, rounty o, tat,* of,, I I' lorldn d--.. in Urn*I ford ('."n'.rlll' iSFAf ) a w ..I"ICI'I: .
J Nruu.n Kllmi F Pndvitt Mm F. F, I'adKitt I WJINKSH, thi* .,
to-wit Adklnit.
his name." with you nee1? It wasn't as W, H, ,jack.,>n, Aaron W. II, .Th O. r.l"w.. : nf .:' ,liidirp., fiif alnn o. l.nn..II.. ('I'rk. nndthp Ii, II.: KSIlIT. Rtarke. FUirlilaSol ,
rti' hi
111.le. r Sout
qua ntt
he smiled.! if I'd ex./ online from but I'crttnn, Joiipph S, qua rtnf ., ,ui f>r ., i IJ.2 .- .t.I.22.
In spite of himself you I..on. .olno., N. nf Nirthiait .|iiror. ,n St-rtfon 'Ihirty-two al "f thin/ court, In thi pity of ,
you said ily that you wantedto ,> Hairaninn W, W Moon*, Jack .. '.gi, Tf child But just Twnnty-
"Sa iii, you ARE a MI>,. r Smith J "(, Jivvlniuin. 1. R. Mar- 'w ii 1.221' Kant 'IlUA. \om KIn

the same some day you're going to place Jt'a not a big thing, tn. K Stronv. f:, W. Mnirnton., Rmplinp, !", an>|M-ar to the Id. bill) of Complaint on f;. W. AIDMiWAN:

with Sallie, bjo principle involved I.ivlnvKan., .". W, W Tumblln and L. I). .. tMfoi-P lbs First .day of j''hniry. A, I* 'thtALi Clitrh, rireult (.ur. f I rail,ford (."'. Atat of
drive me to distraction your If ll\inir or tn .iiitpnep.. are ..I unknown I"j I 1'28. sniP, In iluo coiini1 di'ftno MI t up ,,i, I' K: KMr.ll; St.rkr .FIor,da, _Floridan ,
tantalizing ways. Just let me ace if that cau I atop and wonder. .mmplninant nnil that there U 0 pprnnn claim or Inl*-n-nt which you.n. inch 1.lrl. fitr ('nmplafnant. J2.2 S-Rt.1-28 1'. NiosI, hank "f I'ciep.hwee.

Just to make me I I "Your' I perfectly glorious ,h.. Stat. nt .''rl'n. known to ." ..'..: i,_..- t tk.K...fi_ J,,....!l..,,l Ian t. I Inr I corporationPlaintiff,
right uv. -' '- '
I've got you ; 1 thi* service of ,_ upon whom would .,;Ibllf "fll.a-I takon ;; eonftmida j I i MtTU KI
jealous you deliberately flirted with i i' Cutriss up to them too andI bmil the naiil ..r.n.l..n. or either of them, you. va

Pierce." know i| ,stance you couldn't unit) thnt it f I. boIir-MHl by complainant that It IK further ordi.red that thin ordi bo r,>ubllnhr'it I fn 1..1 Court. Hrmlfonl County, Hori-l. F. F. "Inok, I .

:!: do a thiAJilid, and the named' dif-ndant are Int.le In the one* a Week for four eon. *cutive wi. .. In Jh'f"n".nt .
"Yes" I nodded "partly and partly yetI property Involved in thi suit .. In tIn Rmilfnrd County Tl">irniph, a I A. W T. *-". Civil, Art on.
because I found him most entertaining. I'I I could W."
'! conocienft search ant' ,,n'lull ha not been able to a*. t 1 Si., ,ke Bradford County, f' .'.. .. J'o F. F;. Hmckle arid. all othi r fnteri tcd prr.
So there I certain .. shy of the fluid ,dnVntinnM itneM the Juilv of the itai'lr .faaii. C Cutlfn, rt al.. ,
"What does he do ? Curtis showed "But Mj d,, it 7" wh<,,e nvo resii-nre l or pine of btuini-tm I* rcuir (',,urt I..bl.Imrl.1 -pal of the CNrkof f1I'Cunlanhpno You ami each of you will ffi,am* ..k. noilci

be. i "Oh irtimple, By arguing adored I as unknown. !, diad or alive, or 10rim I 0,,. Cour na well ni hm ulirnatunt thin I f the known and unknown ,nVftmlant In .itiit a .'iit, I.. attarhment has been Inaitufe
his disapproval in a slight frown / nc* or not. and It in nti) irid In hn toth day nf tec.mh.r. A. D, ItfJAO I th.* shirt ntylc-if cauwp, U.wit InnC., Cul In the Circuit, Co..t.f Ciraiffurd. Count.
tween his "I'll wager not much with ni,\'(" i* short and that worn of e.m"nt, > that It h.lf.. W AI.ns 1-n. .John. A I..n." r raham James I. srntf if Moriila by th. National ,.

eyes we and j! that youth is I then* .r Ii,....n. firm nnd rorponttlnn. th"l I Clerk Circuit Court brmlSali f.nt. Hamilil, C lane. J r> Mi-f..mor.. J, I''rrl..r! a corporation l.Dur., and ...aiflstI
of anything at all. I tr tHt In the mid proprtjr Involved, In ford County, Mori da. It Karl J. "I (' .:.loy. T, W pills Charles K mettle. H* ., .Id lrfoliuv*
"Again you show that your educa-, j I ('('arei! the same old""[ ftult. who,. nnm*. nirr reaid.'flen or pine A. S, CREWS 'I0.l..rtri_ W tt, ... ,', F, ,r. !r"I. PonaMMrltao .nir .. crlnd landn of natd d..,. ndot if nnnml

lines has been sad 1 with a grimace, hi .ln*.ft 1 I. unknown 'complainant, and In H..|i.ltftr for ('nmnlafnant ] .| .|IU1-34_ .n,1 l (CharlpN. 'uftlp, ', and If bi'imr tn .nid Hradford. <4> Fii *ida.IIN .
tion along artistic Mil relict I In ,proyd nirMlnit iti/eh known andunknm dead to Ihpir unknown heirs. .lnlsr.q., biralPin' I hi'in atffirtirfl unit* r and by virtue of last
ly neglected. Barnngton Fierce is. one "I'd ,"dabl., and fine like *. n irt.rlafltS) \ or Hrantcr thp Florida ftiitlruad Company, aprirporntinn. > "nln writ. iif attaehmvat uwu* J In n51., >tut

of the age. 'I you ar4 j I adiled.'I THEftFrGKR It I.i onli-nil that all persona. fTJ'F if In .pxiiitonrp. and, If ""'. lOs ,, of anl unifi' r the hand and anal .f UMNrk
of our foremost composers 'I "Non firm nnd num***! In this onli'rif Fn Circuit Coirt.tlrsltor-l County' rtur.ditIn Ifiral ren's'nalivn' and AMinn* O W I of xfltd fVmrt, ti-wit
Futhermore he is an accompanist of Wbrok< in. \\ hen it I I\lnir <..o..ton., n if "dim) or mt In hancery. layu.n, ami wit. "I'aulinv Clayton and' allpi'ntonM Ihi, M.ri ..' "t ........ of Section M n..

little and has toured In con comes ric to human thantv i intrnrr, thin TO hn, her. their or tt** unknown bavlnir nr clalmlmr' any interest in TownshIp Sv.n South. R."". '.n'.n.
no ability ., C CrvwaComplii t h.. dr,nrrlbftl landi.fnf riiM and, I the Runt thrn.-.furlhs of Nortwentniartir
and big touch h<'.ir<. tot i frvntMf\ ttmntcm 'ilCCflofl nant f.I.wfn.
cert with some of the most famous i Mt t I can't en; '.- nxitiifn, .n.1 I t. all 'pmonu, rn., and .. va tinr. < nf NurthwiHt i.uarti.r of H..lnn.n..

donnas both in America and[ the hentdrm ,, The-e nth-. :iwirntionM, hainsr elniminir, any mti-rmt In I WII.m Jhnn., et al You, and each of you. .. hcri'by rtitulrrdo T.un.hl. lilt fitth II.n".. T..nl".tw. East

prima er thinjfj aid befnn.. are u nl| ti* thom. certain pice*, parcH .r lots f>fIsmU ; hH'frn.iantsSuit i l.i. .and ni'i' IIP bcfori. thr Judiro of tbi, Cjrcint .' difimlant' ,: (, 1..kl.. and all
abroad. And breathlesslY pausingat I Ivinv ,,n.i l ta-ins' in Rrndforil, ( '' to |uirt Till and Rm.rte < |nud.To ( nurt of tbi. friirhth: ludicial Circuit, nfrlorida ,'h.r P..ronn fntiri>t,,d .1.1 1 appear, tn tb.

the end of my argument "don't you i comparM it'UST that they ,i ij I II S lat. of Flori'lu! known nnd ilmeribf-d th* known and unknown ,)..f*'rvlnnt'
looking ?" I mean n B.au, > I've learned ,* .ov. aiykil, u"..*. t..w., Wllhnm, Johonv '.n th*. 2r.th day of January. A, I>, IfUH at saId, court at Stark. Hradfonl Cmmty FlorMa -
think he's (Interesting 1 J, hanlB.r ,, wnTht S.iiith.'t 'tu. rtr of Onnthwmt quar ... Dnnl l Lynn. if ails and iflad tbi. court h(>UMi* In iiaiil county in thi* town on Monday the fint, day of Ki. bruary A.

"Hell-no1! by On can't u" on : ,'*-r "f Section F"'urtrn 14 : Tht- North half tu their unknown h.... ,joii"es. Imn- of Stark Flrila.' annwr n ftwnrn billuf I.I IDJfl. nr juilicmvnt$ will t.. entered axaln.ityou.

I'll have to ask you not: being >uMlprocr[ *tinutnr and ,.f Nf'rthvaMt ,0artsr. and Northi-nut quarter o t toes or if r a ri if***. and to all persona hnvlnir nr .complaint f-xhihit. In .aid cnurt in ..11...' .
"Curtlss I nf Nnrthwiwt ipiaripr., and Suuthua't qusrt..f ..* ,'.'mlno any 'interest In the I.nd hT.fn fti'r ,'nltl-l, cause by the .. ', I.ln.nl. A, W ills-rn; under hand and official scat at
to swear" Jet fnjK s 'It..f. livmcr- | :. VorthwwiT M'.....,. and 5outhw qanrrtrof <'. Tobty Iht Bradford. ('.only '|''*'icmph. Stark*, Bradford County .H'at of FloHdn

pardon" he apologized, sooner JM,..11'e\\ the value i Northeast (IU"".., Section Twenty.Thr.S ..nb. Gr..tlnciYou weekly n.*wni'.apir p...I.h. In tbi town ..r I this Jm! dny of t'.mb. r 1020f. .

"I beg your of whadH other word |, '' 2 \ Alum th,. Xtrthenit quarter of NortV And .1 of you ar. hcrtby .rvqulrd Stark. Urndfiird, C..nly. -' I. bnbydiiitrnat. : ; V ,AM>r.RMV
"but Sallie I can't bear to have youso in e nut ....M Section T..n.y.Fou4. alan< i" taw and at'pear, bofor the Judiri of thaCireit ..| a thi mwH|>apt, >r in wh cb thin Clerk .if ('I"u It Court

\ friendly with men. Besides-besides beloved Jrenifh:*n the fibres Tn m East. ails .. Th. or Court. of the Kivrhth Judicial Circuit' notice, .h.1 be publlnbeil fu four com *cutivt> Hrailford County. FloHJav

dangerous of our M.'it urely i ikas on the Eat side of Northrant quarter nf North.wm of Florida.) In and for liradford, County onMonday wk. 7 EI-I'r.RMC'N
t these musicians and artists are Just a t quarter Section T.. ,-/ 12$.. all o( th. Flint day of February A. D. Ib26.at The I.nt .., In nalil bill' of complaint n-riff ftradford County.

) people. we a |||.1 fin ness or phy- th. nbov tlno In Township Six (St.) South the court m mid sourly In the town the Ill. which the al'l' .complivinHnt seeks fetat cf iloriila. 12.1.0"1-10.



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Bradford Cfluilly TtVraph Avon Park-$300,000 home building'I' The bereaved 1 ones have the sym-'i "I am not offerin any prizes or The N"<-rth -Two- -hundred- -rot-of -Block 33-In

p"'rrnm announced for Luke Sebring ''pathy of the entire community.Card gifts, or having a balloon ascension, Pant ,idr of Lwty. Florid. : bounded on
-- -- : the public to buy these 'Oak Terrace' South fo\ ,:land' of Lou In H. Hilt' and on the
-- North mil
-rr:: ; Kant by
Kinirslry Lake .
New ; ::: AV
Tumpu- 2l-ucrv Washington lInkH MD
and entered :1 lots, but instead, I want the mto use anil! on the West by landn. of 1 C J. Dfnklna a.
Published weekly (is subdivision, to be placed on market. We wish to thnnk the good 1 peopleof their own good common sense. I cording la n plat of the East alit.., of Lawuy.
am Morfiln.! .
matter at the a'ecnrded< In Page Hft of Book
second class post 1, Pub.
Live Oak-Live Oak Home Building Hampton, and surrounding community selling these lots tsrictly on their own Ho record of Hrailford County laid ?land

office at Starke, Florida. Company receiver chnrt..r.H.brlnJCunlitructioll I for their kindness to us during merits. \ 22 hiifnir Kant.in Section:Totfpthor Township with all the 8. South Ran**
the sickness death of loved bulldtnga a
and our | "My advice to the people In Starlte, machinery located on above dmoribwl land I
c. .. MATTIIBW8.Own. begun on one, nnd for the many floral offerings. interested in making a good and safe cltiillnir. .engine iclnn, aealc. P..... *b ftlii

I. C. ROBINSON.ManatinaE4ltee.. city's first skyscraper. I Especially: do we thank Dr. :Middletonof investment in Real Eestate, is to take nulirysi fixture belting usually and connected all other with mmetilnmrf a first all a
:Starke, for his untiring: efforts to the fin plant.
time and trouble to dirve over to
Xolfo Springs $250,000 paving
relieve his suffering.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY to get under way. ( j i Green Cove Springs and inspect 'Oak E. BC. JOHNS

--.- .-- :Mrs David Jones and family Terrace'; pick out the lot or lots, he J. L Fraccc & Herbert L.mp.oafal1a.e'tullcllora
SUBSCRIPTION RATE III.venport-N'w firm, Davenport I or she is interested in, and then attend | I for Complainant 1-S-4t-14:\
Lumber, and Supply Co.? to locate here. OFFICERS OF rilE'OIAI'S: ;; the auction sale and buy until it NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHAIE .

____ __________ $1.50 SOCIETY
Per Year __ :MISSIONARY;; hurts I tMth CLKRK'SJ
after dnt, wit fay
;;;; Sixty flay on to* REPORT
Six Month ___________________ 75c | KiHsimmee-This place to have newmodern "The solo will be conducted on Tues Hiilutralik Genre; A. Innhnitr.: County
ice plant. Woman'sMissionary | ruNO ,
of the
At a recent meeting day afternoon, January 19th, at two Judge of Hrmlford County Florftln I* voucher '
---I : Society of the Methodist o'clock," and final account .. i>\i>cutor ,1! '*'u-
l Florida, to launch state-wide tree Monthly financial
lr" of the 'lni t will and 1..1"m"Dr Mary Ntetomeat" of 9w..,.
church the following officers were County for month of
p'aiiling' program. 1'HfipMnH! ilfCpftjMHi. Into ot Bratlfo county November. 18a....
elected to serve for the year 1920.presidentMrs. \ and a.k.d to bit diHClmnri' I tn xiu'xi, >cutur General Fond t ., >,
(,1'lIrwu\.r-l'r""II bright for : A. Wood. and executrix." Hal. Nov. 1. 1925 -____.______ -?..-'. 'III
n. n post office huilli nit. 1st Vice-president-Sirs.: E JOHN ('m.! "VI __ B68.
:Middkton.2nd i KATE .IVINfON llal. I),,,,. I. 1..!6 __ __n____ .___--_*. Ut' 8U.
E und Kx, 1''nMlu'uJa--lt'huildin/oC/ of :Musclei Lvutur <> t Fond ;->' ,
: L. A. 4
Pensacola ce-p'csil"nt-\lrs. itnd tcslitmin or M Hupklnn (,, Hal Nov. 1. 192S ---_ ___ ___._. 141.'
Shoalx; Birmingham & -
!Davis.lnl. i.s.it-i-5| dccraiiFd., KrciiiptH during month, ___ B71.'
.... \VarrnniH. issued during month ____'
: Z. Ad-
:! A. VOO.I
Railroad. will cost approximately' { $3,- Vicrpresident-Mrs NOTICE OF FINAL MHO KGB Hal. li*. 1 I. HUB .._______ '_'.__ txaa...rt
----- --
8 00(), 111111.JU.kSollviJI.iroun.1) kins. I Read Fund : ;
__ > Recording, / secretary-:Mr1J, \\ Sixty dnyt. after "iltitc. on to*: the 11th llnl, Nov. I, 102IJ h-_ _____--?_ im.l
4934 i ''if') .>f :MureK. A. 1>.. 1726! I f rmwnt toc Hireling during month. ____ _-_ 1U3.I
No. : being! cleared White.Correiponding. UarrnnlH mauid. during,
'Ihi Honornbk-\ N>r 1. Cnnlil n* County month -_ -
(Membership in National Highway1 fur erection of new Jail building. S"cl'etary11': "< l Judge ,( ItrmlfnnlVfurhtiri County orian. myHccouMtri D... 1 I. liun --__ ___________.r1Tllnl. -8204.8

Association) I IIJI I.. Peek. (Ih, lust, vat 1 nit! Hnl final. 1 I. nini-ni. i.r /rxccutur ___ ___ __ __ Coral (tables Building construction TI''u"III'.r-IolisK: Amelia Ray. 4l.c going at rapid rute.HnrnllotnSnrn"ow. of :Mrs. T..1, Griffin !h. 1I..II"rq.d) n. such rxetr. 1 WnrrnnlH, Issued during month ____ a.
( N'L' 1 INK;; : I_II KM | Supt.. Supplies- Thl( 4th ,II" of Ju..unry. A, '1126 i I I! Hal.. 1>... I. IH25......-..-_______Fund____..__ 7I _. ,

Snafu, il 1 IIiM.il'l" runi-muir, the + Uim-lopmi-nt, Co. Reading: Circle Leader-:Mrs. E. :M 0 >n, ,- F.X""t'J..feet i"will flRnd Hal ItfL'dplH Nm. 1. I''JS: _name__ ___?__ "IBS.. ||
will drove: Irfiwn subdivision. Boring
open new ,t-htiimi'Mt of IU 1'. Joan monlh ___ '
drunken luitniiiul'iH' 'IIIMM'' with u sulsUmti.il ). Rooks. assisted, liy :Mrs. H :M. SnydurSlUfMx I-H.ll .decrnaal.i. I \\nrrtinu. |KKII"''| luring month- --__. 92.C
I Hnl. 1>... 1. man/ ______ ______ ;
i iSTF.lt'K
tail ""'111 ,",ito iiilililiim to the Tampa-f'tuens; to vote on annexing --- +--- n t4s.l .
1I.lno.u. *
assessment Of H ICU\| > fillU llUH been lilt'lie area to city. i i1'ennacola I ;;; :Ml'UDKU( CASE M \ tol ''Hnl.. Nov. 1, 102J -----_--: -:""----_ '771 I

.ula"K\.d iiKiiin tail, uuruin by thosu i (Continued from page 1.) Nolici "i- >h t. it-hy gon, I"'nI'r and by I i llurrnnla lc-c.l|| during Issued daring month ------_-_---.. 800.0 j
who have nmili a study, of the menace | Petmaeola shipping vlrtuo ,f ,hat r.'rtnin. anal I I" of foivclonlire llnl. 1>.-,. I I. 11I 2J 5> ____month__.___....... .F
plant to be reopened of the drunken, ninturiHt, yet despite r | Ndor. I'tn.lnn ',
in New sheriff'sofficu nd
York !
according to
"f the .
lloni.rulili A :/ Adkinii. l udgoof Hnl Nov. 1. 11(25:; : :'
according to .. I
capacity reports.
thu fact lint this .system. him been employed fullest tecorda. the Circuit Culirt in nvor llriidfordCujnt HIT" I lies| during month-----_-_--_-_.__--_ lest..
rior ilu. in Chancrf1 that certain I\VnrrantR -*:; -* lS. f
l by other. Florida, cities with The taken to the of ) lunuid during month ._....
Sarasola--Belle Haven Inn being jury wa :enu raiMthfriin l.un.nxo A. 'n 'ind W.t.. --- >S11.9. 7

C'licouruirinir! success 'loyal nut hnrititwhave I demolished. to make way for new !U- the killing tutu yesterday so that themumbcrs MiiKon Jrnit .0-1'"rln.r,''nit under tho Hnl. Nov. I I. Agricultural llt.'S ________Fund__ __ '. 1.1 "
not evidently deemed' the situation office construction. could see the situation at firn lime of \Vasun.MiO Impany. arccfiiniiliiuianti Ftici'iptM" durinir month ___ __---a .
story ,. U. 'n and MarcyC .
. and It. 9 I War "int, .issued|
hero serious enough to warrant i the former homo of :Mrs. Frunci! Lor.nune Jncknon 1,1. wife smut '. Godwin. ex- llnl II..". 1. 1KJB _____ month_ ----r- .
such action I Io1)'I'rll-C..IIMtrudiun: of proposed :Seaman; for whose affe-'tion ectllnt ,r Iii. Will nf W I 'twin. diei.Mil 'I I h bivember l.II
.,. 1, 192t
"nr1101., .I. "i lioilum. wi of W. F Ood- llril'lford
\Vhilu hliitiHLich are nut easily atv+iil- : $1.IHIIIKI| | llutfl lleitmun to begin Strunk is alleged to hate killed, Junes nlr Jet ...,,1. an' .dufondiu'iu. undcraiiiniidUK I' State County.cl r':lurid.. j.
able it could he .mud that : Mmu.T. will for tale, and /
miffly no soon. I'1'hu jlll'UrB'i",1 the buck porch, from SIIIT.al f lipri'b, ei>rtfr) that the for olnir
a BUiUnMtir
I I ITllml' will soil for cash to the ht and best biddy Df
less than a dozen cases involving! the which :Slrunk is said to have fired the .n front, uf the court |dnor In Starke. funds the of ri>e0lpl, anal ifmtiur.vmvnM of tht
operation of jiutoiuuliilrH hy intoxicated ''- -Kcxtonu: :Manufacturing ,labatories fatal shot with the bullet hold in the Iliadriiril Cnunly t'l"rhl.'I"ndll. )' the lot Novtmher. IlrnrtforJ!11I J6, is Bounty true and for the Mtfalk .!

drivers have come. to the 1111<*"- | will be removed from Chicago porch screen mute exhibit. Two other hour Ini >' .>'f..hr".r ftfllt >'Y.for A.tho D., p lUirlrn*. of latinryinicnld the, legal. rat vf nip" kno"lvlu. and belief.correct 'to the

thin of. the "police iVL-enlly. It is corn to this city.REALTY. holes have been made in the screen < .. rlnnl "....-ee. the felt *..crihed' roalutatt ISICAL( ) U.m W luon knowledge that somo of the mostt I I and pcmonnl' proprV'nir" And bciniim Court,
since but the bullet hole in question llrailfcird County Flo to-wlt. I Uw C. X. b
serious. accidents t that have oeeiirred'' 1'IC.\-O: WEJS KNIOHT.Oartu
was !pointed out to the jurv by Deputy

in Sunfuii! have Leon tho result' nt. C. II. l'II.III.t-l;;;;; wife to Lizzie ,I: Sheriff Edge.Kllis :: .

drunken) ,ilrivrrH. The situation, at IIry'n-Jr.K, acres 30-7-J1. i : Pickett, deputy sheriff, was -
present is. serious enough to warrant. the first uitnens to testily yesterday t
Maggie 1 Johnson: to W. :M. Thorn-1 I )
the most ,ii mat action that the anthorltlos afternoon Hi told < f U search for
as---10 acres :) l-5' 2.
van possibly. tnkc Unless. Im- i, I Jones) which r-nded" ( with the findingof
N. B. Hull and wife to A. K. and LIST YOUR RAL ESTATE ?
niodiiitc attention !I..< given the matter 11
Bill Carantyas. tots in :titatke:: in < the dead. mills body shortly after r
\\i- lo..Ithe, near future will witness Orig. T. sunrise on the morning(' of July I. Us. I ,

a far more serious jcopimli/.mtf ...fliv.s I Ililuurcl'lIz"d Minnie S. Brown and husband. to I said he saw no signs of the body having Wi i
and! at the hands of'
property :Mrs. J. J. :'Ild..ul-l'lIl't of Blk. 1, in been drugged along the ground, r
mi"torli>tii. Irfiwtey. but that Jones' pistol, club and pipe
The nit a who can affoid to own an i were besidu him as though he had ,
Annie Plunkett and husband to T. R. PEEK REAL
automobile can usually afford to I""Y' COMPANY
dropped at that place.
Hundley--1-10\) Interest in 4'J acres in i
fines. The present method of punish | Sec. 88.5.21. I Dr. C. C. Collins, testified as to

nicnt will not, in our opinion, mater. :Mary Adams Dicks and husband to the nature of the wound' which killedJones STARKEtORIDA 1
Inlly check On alarming inert-nse In''
Hampton Beach Development Co.- entering tho neck and severing
the number of drunken driven. foundon .
Tract 23721. tho carotid artery. Jones bled to
tile HtreeU. And the fine nubBtantinl ;
a death internally, the doctor gave in
It. II. Smith and wife to Emil :Mitchell -
jail term and, make the serving his t.
opinion. t
-71 lots in New Kiver. .. .
of this tel 1'/11 obligatory/,: to all Sheriff told, of finding -- '
Deputy Edge .
J 10.,; G.! Klridgu: and 1 wifu to Clement: L -
i irreapcftivc- rites, creed or fl'iI..1< Studley-Tract in :Sec.; 13-5-22.: the body and visiting :Mra. Seaman 1 .'
und l the Law will he getting at tho
John :Mullady and wifu to C. T. Law. home where she told t the story of

roots of this evil. home0 )lot> in ]Hampton, Blk. 16. i Strunk shooting through! the screen '

Honpito) the triple l trnircdy that recently -! Lake Kingsley( Development Co. to at Jones.Mrs. .

stuiiiioil all Sanford, it seems C. H. :Me :Mill.m--2, lots in Luke King. ; Clark told of hearing! the A
to be the general tendency to regard: 'sley heights No. 1. first shot fired', of running to a window REAL ESTATE INVEMENT OPPORTUNITY

death, irtivularly> sudden death, ai J. :M. Trilby uudV.. K. Davis. to N. and, of seeing Jones fire three

sumo mythical Hiihxtancu far removed L. Knight-Trait 11-7-1U\ ; Urnct 80-5- times into tilt Seaman house while In GREEN CvE SPRINGS
from ordinary paths of life, instead of 21. I on his knees in the front yard. The I I :
a jti'Ini and l very realistic. power that John L. larVl'al1l1 wife to Waite I moon was shining brightly, she said,

may be met around, the corner today I I'I'inld-20! acres lti-5-22. making! it easy to nee Jones in front

In one of its favorite roles, the uncontridulde I{. H. :Smith nut, wife to Austin of the house. o=or= .;- IOC3OPUBLIC

motor car driven by u | :111'-11110: acres in :Sees 15) 18, 21, 22, I, :Mrs. Seaman sat in the rear of the j J.

crazed maniac, who careen madly, 2U, 28-0-21. courtroom all during yesterday's. sessions I -t

down the at ret resP".-ting neither :Manning[ Criffis and wifu to Sidney an interested, listener apparen i ,i

life nor property. i I I"'. tiriffis20. acre 11722. tly. She was 'quietly| dressed, wearing

The drunken driver 1.1 an great a I C. 1.. Peek as attorney to N. L. ,a close-fitting. black hat to complete WCTIONr

criminal ni the man who parades the 1"h-tht-21O acres Sees.. 10, 11-7-10. her costume in brown.

highways with a blazing, run In each J. K.: Heller to :Mrs. :M. :Muck-3 a. Strunk dressed in a light brown I

hand unit a jail .sentence l Is almost too 23-8: =22. suit sat with hands folded! as tho I II I

it good| for him.. Kmmett Z. Dicks and wife to Hamp. jury was selected and whilo the state's F

t -o1111 ton Bench Development Co.-20 acres witnesses were reciting chapters in
211-7-21.: the story of Jones' killing.; Strunk

\\ 1100STS) 'I'nlT.XIS: ? Zora II. Fuller and husband to Grace is a man of average build! and! height, "

Figures Emma Kmney-21 acres 2.V7-21.; and wore spectacles all\ through! yes.

ionnl imlustrial, recently conference compiled board by, show na- Hayes North and wife to Grace Annul '! terd.iy. While the court was adjourned OAK TRRACE"Coirising

$7,1107.000.000! ( > an total taxes collected Kinney-21 acres 25-7-21. i iKldridge I for noon recess, he sat In the IherIfC's -

+;. by federal state and local governments ; Reddish lo Ola R. Thedu I office on tho first floor and ate
-Lots. 3, I. Blk. 18 in West his lunch.
during 11)21: ) .increaxed. $1t! )
.. ; Bradford County Hank to Hamilton I Charles :M. Durrnnce, state's attorney -
ii.nut1 and local taxes
and one hundred Beach Development Co.-10S! acres in is prosecuting the cue, Strunk
millions thus
seven wjpinir out Sees 23, 21721. i I. hoiiifr defended. by J. C. Durrance i

nil government savings and adding Bradford i and tho firm of :'1('=""IIIIIO{'. Wilson I
County to P. S, Peterson
greatly to the total tax load. '
!,: -/R acres in :32022.Federal and Koester. 24
Since 1919!
the of federal
taxation hail been ilownwardvhilo Land Bank of Columbia to i' :Members of the jury are George P.Marshall. Builng PlotsTO
J. S. Auxtin : Nathan" Paul. L. C. Arm-
state and I local, taxes have shown asteady -!>0 acres in Sees. 21, 36- '
5-22 **" prong A. Aspinwall, W. T. Cameron
inert.)'*"'. !State': and local taxes
A, S. Crews special master to D. W. It. D. Lacy John V. Joiner, J.
combined In 121! were moro than 3 Alvarez-20 acres in 3722. G. Bethea K. T. Jones J. C. Prosser, BE SOLD TG HIGHEST BIDDERS
times as large as in 1913. I II. P. -
Cnpps and A.
+ -- A. Carterctte,. I
The figures show clearly that we Death of David Jones. .

must. begin right at home to get fu- | Last Tuesday, December 2'Jth! the Freed uf. Killing: Jones -- )
ttilt tax reductions. It will bo impos. Jacksonville Jan. t It. John
-- -
,death angel! visited"' our town and took
Bible to reduce federal taxes sufficienc rharired! with first, degree murder
i from our midst. :Mr. David. Jones. He
; tly to effect Increases in local" tuxes. has been a great sufferer for more coneetion with the slaying of Mailory Tuesday January{ 19th

The time I li passed when tuxes cnn be than n year and bore his sufferings J. .Tone, on July 3, last was acquitted

increased with impunity and the ad- without murmur by a jury in circuit court I
Bed 1 burden charged against war time i -hortly before 5 o'clock this after-
lie wa born In Emanuel '
'undltions.Tallahn''I'I. !State.': I noon.
Ga., Juno the 8th, 1S.;>0 and resided i 2 P. M. OThe
The jury deliberated
lens than two Property
e e e e e e e there until 1805/ ( : when he with his par. hours.
outs moved to Florida locating near I .
Starke.In :Jl.t\ltlil.\GF. LICENSES:: ISSUED
REVIEWWinter 1805: he was married to :Miss De- .,

r e e e. e e Innia Jones, of Bradford county and to Cecil R. Smith and Dorothy Shcr- ... 'es5w.r,7. .ea.ixM- .......1'T." & vac -...* :xv Jr

Haven--November: building I (his union were born seven children rod.Ira At the option of pure as as 70 Per
permits totaled 107000.: of which only five survive him. I Wilson and Eunice :McKinney.Jos. Cent may

At the tire of twenty he united with L. Harrison and :Minnie Leo remain iment for
on 2
Palm Beach-Contract awarded for the Santa Fc Baptist (church of which Oonifloton..UTTIOX. years
construction of Breaker* Hotel. ho was a faithful member until church SVLE ATGIEEN I

1|I.h'solved. lutE'rjl>lninR' the Hampton
Cleimont-Nw .paper, "Clermont Baptist church. ; { : COVE SPUINCS;; ;

Chat," will be publlshej here soon. HMBHV I I ----Writ<*< ParticularsKELLEL ]
I -
. :The funeral services were he-Id at (Continued from Page 1.) ---
Tnmna-Y. W. C. A. will campaign: t I tbtcftaptist' church, liev. W. B..Hicks, 'I Il flux of people, which will increase I

for new skyscraper home in 1920. l of Waldo, conducting the last, sail greatly tho growth of the city and enhance I
rites. values f

Jacksonville 2S8 new homes under I I Active pall-benrers were: J JI. L.Watterson. "The natural growth of Green Cove |

construction In Murray 11 ill. i i L. J. WynnV.. E. All- Springs \II going Westward', directly I, MURPHY
I I good!, L. G. Johns, and Dr. R. :M. Fa- in line with 'Oak Terrace.' Alreadyattractive
St. Augustine-hew s

system being placed in operation. I ver.Those who survive him are his wife der construction homes near adjoin these and lots are, and un- Green Cove Address Harry ''J -Auctioneer Executive

Jackwonvllle-$220.000 warehouse to Mrs. David Jones and! five daughters, ai soon as the property changes P. O. Box 75 OffcePalatka

lie erected at 828 East Bay Street. Mesdamen II. B. Weest, J. J. Bran- hands from one owner Into the handsof FlaPAGE .
I non, of Hampton, D. W. Moore A. L. many owners, there U bound to be

Daytona-55 new dwellings will baj 1 Sullivan of Theressa, and J. C. Du- additional construction of homes and ;

constructed In Daytona Gardens. Rose of V'ero. residences.

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