Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 22, 1926
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1S79. Subscription-Per Year, $1':>,0; Six :Months, 75c.-lM>'ablein! Advance. E.; S. %J'lthl"Owner.=.

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\OLUME FORT -FIGHT STARKE FLORIDA.. FJJIOVY, JAMlAItt.. 1926 MJMltK't; :: '1'lllltl'1)l: -:

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Road Improvements To Be Provided For thElection

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122 Miles of Additional Road Lawtey FormsCommerce ; Auto Accidents Concrete Business Block To

Improvements Will Be Provided For Body Climbing HigherOf Occupy Hotel Block SoonItVMv

Will Work for Advancement of Law. accidents the Con*) rut I ion !Starlit 1 loel.iy > Hinl.l-.
the four during e n
) )EhiS: BAN K OK I 1sruivK
In The Bond Election In February ley and Hr..fonl Count>'. lust few days two occurred at the lag I fronting HO feet ..n tall Street.
C'ull lit )I.D Mhl': :PING
earner of and Walnut, another
A meeting culled for the Work\ on the foundations for a 'new
t puipostof at the corner of \\iilnut and Ninth
27 AIileH IIf IS Foot nard Surfaced I organizing a Chamber of Coin- and the fourth near the Fireproof Ga Officers Report. For Year MIIIAN Big business block for Sturke i.s schecluloel

Road 31 miles of Gravel Clay and CONNECTION i OF HIGHWAY men met In the Woman's Club Fri rllI'0110/: of tin accidents resultel Growth; I in (ItcMniirccH. : to dart today tho building to occupy

64 Miles of New Graded Roads to AT HIGHLAND TODAY day evening scriouhlv, the worst oeiuning Sunday, the old Commercial{ Motel\ site* just

Connect and Add To Present System The meeting was well attended by afternoon when n Ford" 1 coupe was hit1 i At the IIlInul1ll11l"tincr..f: (the stockholders I I'Il"t of the ruilvvuv, and, fronting. Sl>

of County Kouds. Tho last of the rock base connect a representative group of citizens of I at the intersection of Cull and Walnut .) of the Hank of !SturKo hell.( feet on ('nil street 'I ho building will

ing slate highway number thirteen at Lawtey and vicinity. ,land overturned |j',I Tuesday. evening/ the report! of tl .} I I'officers run hock as deep'' as !the lot allows, and

GRAVEL CLAY RO.\I)8 TO BE the Bradford line will be completed H. R. Thede a prominent merchant I All three of the accidents! at streeti covering/ I the I "tiunsacltons{ of wil be .constructed of c'OIll'I''le "blocks

BUILT 16 FEETIDK !9> today according to report of progress called the meeting to prder and stated Intersections were caused, according, the year. 1'JJS: was re-i eived. The report ,, at taco finish

INCHES IN THICKNESSAt I of work made yesterday. As soon us the object and purpose of the organization i to officers by drivers who attempted. sheaved that n large number of : It is understood (hat Quigley &

lit is scarified and rolled this end, of namely, "The settling of the | to cross. the street in front of cars new customers had been gained: dur- ,| liivin have contract) for the erectionof

the special meeting of the county tho road will bo opened to traffic large area of truck, general farming !I' having the right of way. i lag, tho year not that the resources |' the building, tho eiwnerbeing C'ha.i.Voodbrldue .

board of bond trustees held Tuesdayat doing away: with the detours. and strawberry lands which are not i I ----- -.- .- of the bunk hud increased II per cent j I (;i. of Gumpsvillc; vvln

the courthouse for the purpose of Work will likely be started toward surpassed anywhere in the state also j,j IN COUNTY; jrncF/s; ; (oiiiir Features of the report that were j' lately purchased property, In Stnrko(

laying, out the schedule of roads, to :Muxville during! the next week andif the stimulation of business and the i( especially gratifying to the stockholders .. In lint amount of $50,0(10.; (

be built and, improved, under the pro shipments of rock are received reg- promotion of every enterprise for 1I I, rd. Goodman colored plead guilty was the largo cusp reserve I The building will bp divided in let

posed bond issue of $1O.OIlO.! () the uiprily! will be completed with in a I which Luwtey is so ideally located to charge of untying JII1I1e,1, wcupims. iJiat had[ been tarried throughout the fontstores or offices, inn,) u under

trustees. settled on the building of 01 1 few weeks. and adapted. I Fined, $100 and costs or ::1 I months yea. an increase(' of J 101) per cent in i steienl. I that tenants have iitioadv liaised

miles of new graded roads, surfacing || The following officers were elected: |I at hard labor lie has been sent to I the surplus" \ fund and the cnluigc-mcnt/: I the greater number. of the "stores the

31 310 miles of the present systemof : GREEN WANTS PUBLIC I..VNDS1 I R. R. Thode-President. ''the road camps in Nassau, county to I of I thc bond account to almost fifty I'iintenois, to he fmidlipd to suit thulessee's.

graded roads with gravel clay and W. 1 1';. Torode-1st Vice-president. serve' thc sentence imiiosciiII i 1 thousand, dollars These features are .
the 27 miles of highway included Instate For Public Park and Golf; Link Ftrnandinit. II. J. Cox-2nd Vice-president.. I W. 11.u"dec, charged with ltnccnv "- recognized" as elements of strength I I --- .
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S.1'I.mmS I MMl'ltDVYTulliibusspe
roads 26 andS through the I j J. \lool'e--Jrd: : Vice-president. of u hoi, /gave bond in the sum I nnd security. and the off tiers dircitlv,

county.It 1 L. II. Hill-Secretary. I of $100 for Ins appearance ut the in charge of the management of the I .January' H: -.VanlceoSeilelier

is the? intention of the board at Washington Jun. 14.-Today Representative D. '\'. :Moore-Treasurer.The regular. term. of the county judge's: I hunk vveie complimented' bv the,* stoelt." heads' : Stnnp ;Mountiiin Confc-d-'

the regular meeting to be held the first R. A. Green of Florida, following. committees were appointed court next Tuesday. holders for the careful and, icmsorvu I pinto :Memoiial I Ciiiiipaign in New
Tuesday, in February to call an election I conferred with Light House Commissioner : (:i ms \nisii IwallSC: : i' live course they are pursuing I Nut.. Kiihey according to information

as provided in the bill passedat Putnam relative to the proposed Constitution and by-IawM.-Capt. J. i liVE AND: ,v u\ M.r POITNUS For the twentieth time i K.: S. !Matthews .;'. ;rived, ut state. lieidiiuarters' by

the last senseion. of. tho legislature I acquisition of that portion of I n. :Mathis chairman L. I II.! Hill, Rev.J. t was elected. ,( president and A.V Governor John W. :\1lIlill[ in the following -

the call to carry the roads to be built government land on Amelia Island, V. Robinson. \v.Vuoten, of Lllwly. lirnuitht' : t. I I'urbv+ vice-pM'sident.\ I IJ.: J. Mavis littler:

and, improved and the approximate north of shell road and, bordering on Hoard, of GovernorsG.V.. Roberts, a t'nlifoimu Icicle radish, tIn| the Telc- who leis ginned. strung populauty, New I'oit. Hie-lic-y, I'la.

amount to be expended on each. I the Atlantic ocean. \\". C.. Wooten, G.! A. Anderson, A. A. graph office Monday. weighing: five among' thp bonk'H patrons' during tlnpust ,' January' :2nd! I'ljitGov :!,

The location of the Lake City-Starke I Tho object acquiring this landis Smith J. V. Robinson. one.lialf pound-) It is smooth I thiei'c
Palutkn short route from where it en- for the purpose of enabling thy, Membership Committee, L. Itar- l"n,1 and firm in texture, and, a iMreclors for the coming year vest CainpitiKii.Driir .

ters the county at Long Bridge to city of Fernandina to use it as a public rell chairman J. V. Robinson n 1 (L. nunio moro in keeping with its situ v\en, > elected, as follows : JV.. .\ n. !;' Sir:-

Starke will be left up to the stat3 park and for the establishment of Phillips J. S. Norman, J. A. Howe would be the IcebergM'POISTMKN throws, A, :\1. I Iliiibv, JV \\hitp. John( I' In this first |1.1t...<-. yule) named. a
golf links thereon.Commissioner I I'luvv, and I K:. s, :\Iattlww I'I
road department, whose engineers will Entertainment Commltt..e-W.. C.Wooton -- 4. nnkep SoldiPi". nf the! sixties us
probably make a survey of the two Putnam took a favorable W. II. Edwards, 1 11. l K. Burr :; : : T 01' C'OUST'-I -- t. -- I! local' chairman t.. sill le-sliineiniiils. tntin '

routes proposed for the road and, view of the suggestion and will AGENT:: EX 1.1-.1-:1)1: : HlllllfI'J valor of the Confode'''mlo Soldier

upon their report the state depart- lIh'lscIr.: Green definitely of his do. nev.The ladies were admitted, to full It expected, that unnuunc e-incnt BENNETT'S STORE iind the """"k"lr"mlltl\ and enthusiastically
ment will make its decision. ci-ion, within a few days! membership and, will have representation of the appointment of u county demonstration I took. 111 the' j jab, for ho

Proposed !System of Graded l Itaads. on every committee. agent for Bradford county ; SELF SERVING NOW duel I vivid l pi-rsonal l Icnowledgci! (ex-

The sum of $115,000 will be carried 1 EMORY Capt. J. I). Mathis will give all of will be'made! within the next few .days iluetitillly .iilrtaine'el. ) of said<1 valor a
in call for election for the BANQUET his. time to the All of. I
the construction organization. if the bureau authorities fit to liinlitv that all tbei. world, iiilnniosSeconil e
' of the following additional, fivers are pushing forward, while the grunt the request' fur transfer of an G.i If. Bennett in eon v'rting' Ins.. shire. -New Port Klchey' Is csscnliallv -

graded roads, such construction to be IN GAINESVILLEWill membership committee has begun A agent now serving. In an adjoining into a l'lf'-l'rvlflA' establishment{ and, / /a Northern. sell, lenient< only

similar as on the graded loads built drive for new members. If the authorities arc after JMituidiiv.' will not inakei any u minority. of its 1 lesidents,, were
county. county
under the first bond issue: :New; buildings arc being erected. successful. ( in having the luinsfcrmiide further deliveries to iistoine-is;, :MrIlcmictt Southern born.'uur ehiiiiiniin for..

Road No. Extension from Damon He Held January 2:> Charter \Road. No. 13 will bo completed in the have intends to give hi; eiistomeisthe tills unit "le-ali/pil that the greater
they a piacticul' man
cross roads!; t.:Marion Reddish 1 and Day of L'niierMtv. nf'iir future then I.1wtwill' ) he on and, one who lias connection. with fertiliser I benefit of the saving' 1 in costs bv part of our gouda must' "bu taken up

thence to road No.4, or Rniford rouJ. Gainesville, Jun. 17-G. B: Cope- tho short. route to all points in South and supply houses, giving the eliminating u numlu-r of clerks) and by migrants. from, lima Ninth, andw'liIa
Road No. 8 No. !9 extension- lorida. The traffic Road 11: will delivery tiuek. Call on him and wait
to land, of this dtjrfrn alumnus of Emory on farmers and 1 truckers the opportunity, I vvej we-ip waiting g tho arrival of
Leaves Heilbronn Springs road..nen- university has been appointed undoubtedly be the heaviest of any of buying their materials) at n great on your wlf; you can get what you I| the coins, IIP drew up an agreement

the springs, runs west to Frank :Mor chairman of a committee from Gainesville road in the state with Jacksonville saving. I i want when_you_want It. us follows :

gan's and, on to rood< nine. the largest. city only 38 miles north. Outside nf assistance I "'V.. the- undersigned. I'loiidanYanks ...
Ocala, Micanopy, and Starke, to j. the an agent: ( .tH'"iTY"ill: : ) IIOMUACKNIS ( ;
From a point on Starke. l'ooker get all former I Emory men together I The futie of Lawtey It assured.. gives to the farmers. with their cropsand residents),I of I I-bind.i I who were

road to New Hope road by Geo. Hn- for a banquet at the White House ho-|' There will be a meeting at the club he-riK, the work heilup'! in bujln-r: I : I'l.V.N: UOHKFOR ': burn ill what, during the ,lark days
zen. again Jan. 22, at 8 p. m. The membership irkets ( 'I'l i in I E: M.u: M\I: IL of the* Civil War wax called the I loyal
tel in tins city on the evening Jan- supplies and finding : for farm
f From state road 13, north of Law- extend a cord'ai! invilition to :Ninth; iiuliiiling, { several who weiedue >
charter is of untold value to .
25, day of the university. products u coun '
x uary I Camt'sville. 1 la.- Plans e"f county
tye to Clay county line. I Dinners are being held throughout everyone and! especially. to representatives ty. ( uniformed suiters, of I bat war
demonstration work
Road No. 6 cut-off to road No. 7 byway this of all Florid: Chamber of _._ | agents and home hereby" subscribe! for the number. of
the country on elate and specialprogiam
a In various comities of the state for
of Will Andrews. and Commerce to be present and, are look- Clermont:-This city to have two Stone; M..untllin4.'lnlll'lal:\ ('gin; set
From road Powell broadcasting will be ing forward to enthusiastic meet- hotels, according to recent infor- i the year I'J'JII:! have been complete I I| nllnll'Mnd. .
4S 7 at still ( staged at the school' In Atlanta.AmonA' an I'I'n'w I by the agents arid turned into state.. opposite" our respective

north to Keenan Williams place, th,. alumni in this section arc : ing. 1 headiiuarteTH here and, at Tallahassee. .acrii-o upon ,delivery of same, to pity
J thence east to Clay county line. Gamesvilc N. F. Gun-: .therefor one dollar each. With tho
: Blackwell A review of the projucts outlined in-
From Vanderbilt, school to road 5, ,, runt of the world, wo recognize the)
W. P. G.
dy Bryson, Arnold, B. die:ules that these agents have adopt-
." McKinney branch. cope-I Green Defends [ valor of the f'onfmlprnte: Soldier"
.near Congressman
.' land, Dr.; J. M. Dell A. J. : I ed u pretty ambitious scheduler. for theensuing
From Starka-Brooker road south.west'from While waiting the" Yank chairman
:Malcolm[ Johnson, Holhj C. Knight and will bo kept busyin
Dan. Bryd's place to Rock C. :M Marshburn W. M. Overatreet J.I t I their counties.year I by personal' solicitation. secured. the
withDoanh' Mitchell On Floor Of House of church and Yank
district intersecting subscription > tan
A. Plufor. J. S. Shand, Dr. J. L. Sum. : One of the features, of county agent:
bridge road, for 210 coins, Of the total number
Dr. W. C. Thomas Dr. G. C.Tillman .
merlin | work which it is planned to emphasize -
From Starke to Clay county line on J sole!! in NPW !I'ort Rirhsy at least
A. Williams.
strongly this I is definite
Bessant road. :Mr Green of l'Iorlda.r.: Chair- more year three-fourths were bought by our
J. K. Feaster > ,
J. P. nt
Micanopy: m( concrete. demonstrations'
on u
From state road 13 near J. S. Eunice Gaines and, Dr. J. D. man and>l members of the committee, I froiet-bitti immigrants
Watkins. Mr. Green of Florida There is number of farms in each county.
run west to Dom Frigo thence '' George; Washington's Cabinet was Your truly,
Starke: E. L. Biggs C. L. Peek E. some food for thought, of course in These ,demonstrations.! will cover tho .
south to road 14, or Rosier road. K. C F. Starnes. composed of four members and they I .:1 roy :\1. A very.
ferryman and .
the gentleman's statement but whatI subjects of disease unit insect con
From Futch bridge on Crawford I I at that time took care of the Government' :Mr. Avery In known widely, us the
Ocala L. W. Duval Van H.
: Fergu. want I is to have the air department i trot, fertilizers, varieties., and other
Toad and run west near Maggie I I ; business with all expediency. I "Grand; Old Man of l'nsce County
II. and
J. Walters L. P. Wilson.
son th0 great arm of our defense.. I wantit features of iimwrtuntc in growingcrops
Browning thence north to road 9. Station. Ennis D. Bar- Continually thereafter there have I ,104, an octogenarian. nnd the only resident .
University emphasized that future and will l Ie aimed to illustrate
From road 9 near D. B. Browning by wick. been added, Cabinet members to the so gencrutions of I'asco CouFity. enrolled In

Starling and Rob Futch to road 14. President's Cabinet and, today wo will feel they aro protected the value of following ettrain prac- I "W hos Who (In Aiiierie-a"" He has
from nbove If it bo done the -
can as tic
From state road 13 at Robert's lane FARMER :MADE MEDICALOFFICER I have 10. I believe it is imperative for''J PH. only recently resigned the office of
by Geo. Futch, E. L. and E. Crews and, FOIL DISTRICT this Congress to now add another gentleman: suggests! very well; but I I Group conferences of home demonstration :Mayor of New Port IJie-hey.
would love to the air have recently been
connecting: with Crawford road member to our President's Cabinet. sea departmentwith agents I'i| All over 1 Florida l wherever the im-
Dr. C II. Farmer of Aiken S. C., I a man of the caliber I have men- held at which time plans for this |'
From Hampton through S. R. Johns Tho War Department has about whatit migrant, as Mr. Avery styles him hat
has been appointed medical officer for tioned as Its leader. I I work were taken alt fully. The first i iI
place to Dees on road 10, or :Theressu can do, I believe; the Navy Depart 1 settled glowing reports" are mad
road. the Jacksonville district and will ment probably has all it wants and I When I think of Mitchell my J of these conferences was held at TalI showing ovcr.subsc-riptions and high:

assume) his duties not later than Feb. friends, mind is to wanderto j I lahussee January 0 and! 7, and was ,
From Klnsrsley lake road at Lawtey believe the solution of the strengtiling : my prone i prices ,paid 1 for Numbered Coins. Isshows
city limits to Carradine's.From rurary 15:;, according to an anounce- of our national defense would he the time when ho went into the attendi-d{ by agents from tho countiesof that the love and respect for
ment yesterday by Dr. F. A. Brink, !Spanish-American. sacrificing ', northern and,. western Florida, and
Hampton-Keystone Heights that of establishing a department of i Robert K.; Lie and Stonewall Jackson
road south through Hampton Park to director of the bureau of communicable home ties, which are instinct to thu by members of the state staff The with other Southern generals, is not

Alachua county line. diseases of the state board of air.I believe that the air developmentof American people; then to the time of second conference was. held at Lakeland nliini confined, to the people of the
health.As when he remained in the Army ,I I last week January 12, 13: and
From Theresaa east to Clay county the United States !is thoroughly un pence i South .
medical officer of tl'is' district satisfactorily. I believe it is the duty of the United States, remaining thero j i 11 i. This conference was attended. by i ...-_

line.From Dr. Farmer will supervise commun- for patriotism and love of his coun- (agents of the southern Florida coun- :MRS.( :\UG.\ltErr (;.II.L'i'.VIM)
road 3 to 5 by George Cone's. ; of the Congress to establish department i
icable disease wrk in the following try. Then when the great war cloud t tics. I,
\ of ;
From Starke-Raiford road near air and then an efficient man
:Mrs Lawrence 72..1iC.1
counties: Duval Nassau, Baker JJn- swung: over the entire world and it became I Group meetings have also been held'" Gillyard, ago ,
Lawton Conner's to road 5. be placed there to develop that great: .
of influenza Januuy Oth at the)
Clay St. Johns Putnam, Flagler I for to defend by the county agents, and at about
ion necessary us! our i
From state road 13 east by Y arbrough's arm of our national defense with homo of her daughter Mrs. :H.! Fowler
place to Clay county line. and Bradford, at present Dr. Farmer man. if you please as! General life and liberty he was there, anl 1 tho same. time. The group meeting -
Itrnoker. Sh. revl'rel 1 1mother
who is a native of Maeon, Ga., is when the people of America were depriving I I for southern Florida was held at Orlando near was a
From state road 13 at Angus Hall'splace :Mitchell at the head of it. (Applause) und kind( reighbor She
health officer for the city and countyof.Aiken > themselves of broad, and the and the one for northern Flor- survlv'rJ -
north to Hampton Beach roal. :Mr Blanton. Will the gentleman! I her
husbanel 21 an.lll'lIves
road 8 S. C. He is a graduate of luxuries of life, when the cannon at Tallahassee. These Meetings years
From state road 13 to or yield I
the medical department of Emoryunh' thundered in and jarred the elementsof 11,1" .. attended by tho new agents who right children and numerous friendiin
Crawford road. !Mr. Green of Florida. Yes; to my I their I loss, Children
into thu work during tho are:
(>rsity. the Old World l and men were come
friend from Texas.
Total 61.
milage I and. those who have move.1from :Mesdamcs. f'rnnk'ar", '", of Johns-
I and,I dying by his side and the past year
Gravel Clay Roads. What Nationality Mr. Blanton. If the gentleman him, I county to another during town, Emma: Bryan. of Starke; Cha,;.
31 and 3-10 miles of gravel clay The man walked into a drug store.I wants to put that service on a parity \ plutocrats, who would persecute I; that :McClellan of Odessa. ; Joe Griffn,

roads will be constructed at a cost of to buy a bottle. Seeing the size he ] with the Naval 'service and tho Army were not with him-some of them | I l l't 'I Mac-clenny; Shelly Fowler Brooker;
$125,000 and the following roads are wanted he inquired as to the cost. service why does he not provide for should say-then ha ROBS. In the 't I j Hafeat Bet. Carter Fowler Oxford.

included In this improvement: "Well sir, if you Just want the bot- a department of national defense with and places his life on his Ime.'Pro-country'saltar : II "I want a very good dinner tonight, The funeral services were conducted -

From state road 13 through Brooker tle I'll have to charge you five cents one secretary and then let there be and crosses and the enemy throughout the M I waiter. What would' you suggest" 1 Sunday, tha 10th, by Rev. C. Cros.
to Ward bridge for it, but if you get something In it, chiefs of bureaus-a chief of the) claimed outstanding "Another restaurant, sir." by, at the Dyal cemetery near Eta!.
From Leaston Wynn's on Brooker Navy bureau a chief of the Army bureau world as the hero, as the I
I won't charge you anything ford! a large crowd being present.
Toad: to Hampton via Hampton Beach. "All right. Put a cork In It, will and a chief of the air bureau aviator medals galore placed upon i Maybe To lluch."There' i Johnstown News, Jan. 15: j
From Starke a distance of four ?" and not increase our Cabinet members his chest. and recognized as an au I only one man in the world ---.- -

miles on the Heilbronn Springs road you ? Every thime we add a new Cab- thority, he then comes back home still' I I'd marry." I Sarasota-Stark Laundry Co., of

From railway in Lawtey east to Sarasota-Plans approved for erec- inet member We are increasing, very I with patriotism In his bleeding heart I I ''Well. what are you crabbing about ? I Augusta Georgia, purchases interests

(Continued on page 8.) tion of $1,500,000 high school building: materially he expenses of the Govern- I (Continued on page 5.) Isn't enough ?" I of Sarasota Lundry.r ,


r e e e taC7tS CS7SS7C,7 STCt:7 S7 SS7 S'2,525i'.SrS- '' ':, f We reached a decision on wher t Warrant IMUW! during month .____. 188140 CATARRIIAL DEAFNESS
e.i -JJUI26. .____...__..__
252525Z.St'St! 8.M
:{L7 2S25tS2S!! Overdraft Jan. 1. 10 J d I
=:{G) and where we would have a picnic. 1
nialrlct N. 4 IB often caused by an Inflamed
{J' Our program was as follows: Th! Bal. {).e. 1, 19i5 ____...._......___ 58.5R of the mucous Unifier' of the Euatuclilai condition.
Journal I IQ ... .__ ______.... .
School K< fi>u during month 8 40Waranu I Tube. Mien thia t"lo la JnfUimud
Rachel Silcox Something,
i Bradford High jj grumbler, ; hosed during month .n.__ 10.00 nave a rumbling Hound or Import:
jJ missing, Nnnella King!! ; Putting it off,, Bat. Jan. 1, Iq26 &1.98I liearlnpr, bnlvaa thu ujllammatiun, cu:.

[]* Georgians Fender; When Daddy'Gone Hut. IV.. 1. 1UJ1 ___ -_\_. _____.___ 80.18 1I11'tJ'ed bu reduced furore, your i h nrlnff! may be [){J j Elmo Struth. It.e.-Ipt. durlnn month '00 _"_'__'___ 178.CO IIAL.L.S CATARRH JJTDJCINE
: GRIFfiN WILLIAM BfJJANEditorInthief {J Warrants iatued month ._____ 19.25 will
OWEN' during do shut claim!
wo !for t:>-ld: \'t.ur ,
MATTHEWS 8AMMV BTFKSBERG Jo [ ___._________ ; eyelet;
] EUGENE 2J9.40 .,
; J / Aawiclat. Lditol AlhUlta fcdilor 3) Billy-I raw a lady with a head f it t Jan. 1. ID.'H .. of l'untr'h: ; i I I' ifri. ..i cnu i>il b
1>1.1'I.\ I ,
lM1nt ti [Q:) was eleven inches wide. Hal! D..<. 1. 111.8 __. _._.._. ..____00 120.64 Catnrr'i has ho-n II KI rLL*,.,I. i-, : 'r ,\! t treatment 1II1:1I1CI\1;
1 Fri [0 it'd i Receipts durlnv month ...___--_-__ 290.35 Catarrh l r \. J- r'' fi .
m PaiM'' If it'd been much wider i r : IPB
C 3 meeting in :'ii r.' iJowlin r.> n'7 [ Waninta Issued during month ..___- 14.25 dull l .ill ilr'-Ki' '-'
F I IT s 0 das': n. m., Jun ]15.: :Most of the m"'m- [3 been a foot.MerrillYou. Dal. Jan. 1. K''a! .. _.t.'*_._.n t____.-_.- 366.71DlAlrlrt .I P'. J. Cb.v> to; n. t>

t s o tiers were absent on art count IIf tRk5 [ write, \Hal. D.... ____ ___-n..u__ 115.87 =
A few topics: were: discus .' [rj I. t
; J i II1I members" dci l ided to hold another ,1I [C funny jokes, don't you.Tommy Warmnu luautt during month ______ FOR OVER
[r tend the C I threw some in the fire,I Hal. Jan. 1. 102* 120.18
[ Monday morning to se- I [ Ill.t----------------- I
T meeting D G and it just roared. Bal. Dee. 1. 1925 ._____.._______- 125.84
G: 1 let t new topics. Ri-erlpu during. month ._00_..__.___ 26.20 I TEABShaarlem
G: Lawrence Wiggins.- Grade. Warrant Issued during month -_-* zoo
G [ Eighth Bui Jan. I. 1SJ6 ____._._____-_._____ 111.It
infl..d [ At a business' meeting of the club i .....ri.1 No. t
[r: Did! p,1I know that Starke was G Jan. 13 102.= the president Dal. t)re. 1, 1925 ________.__________ 23.42k..i"u I oil has been a worldwide
[G with chorus "girls? See the Ten- Wednesday, during month ...._-__..____ 12.60 '
; sight.E I !G secretary and reporter having' Warrant IHHUM) during month __..__ remedy for kidney,liver and
li niGirl's stunt _____ ______ .
[ 1 : resigned!, the following were elected" Overdraft. Jon DUtrirt 1. 1"J3! ;; No. -.10 .. ID 82 I bladder disorders, rheumatism,

[E! ASSKMBLY! !; to fill the offices. For president,' Warrant "Gourd during month ._____ 1:7.68 lumbago and uric acid conditions:
...___ __
Pearl Manning for Secretary, h'rtI8linton Ki-ccipt during month nn 71.04
J meeting of the asembly: ( 47S?C;;>_552SZS25Ztar. !; 1;, ; Wurnnu UKUII during month .____. I
'S25r57SS2L.1'IN' C.' A business ; for reporter June Bullen; ''Uul. Jan 1. 1DJB __ ._n.n 2225
wits. held\ Wednesday New officers .;. Our class color were discussed and I 1".tI,1 No. It j GOtD' fEJ4l!
I .\ICIY for the semester were: Any announcements.A : Pal IVfl 1. 1H2I1 _.__. .. _.____...___ 014.f.SItocripts
elected: John James Rooks. Green and, Gold were chosen. One during, month _-.____.____ -43.10Warrant OIL 'f
Sonic tinu ti-"i! the Latin I class ti j r Pr'sident-iruI'e Wood. story ly: day last week the eighth grade gavea iaaurd during month ..._.. t>4 CO t'ff
VicepresidentEuircne Iatthew.. Song-Morning Bells by four girl Her desk Hal Jan 1. 11121 __. ... _.._.00 ____ 292.18l
the niM-hi! into twc> :Miss' Helen.
I to
B. II. S. divided Clei; surprise' l'I.t l trlct Nil 12
n w .tin tit Cueear's .. Sec. and Trea.{.. -Loix Hdwards. Eloise Hitch, Evelyn Stump covered with fruit ond other r> i, 1925 inonltirlit I Internal troubles
rejiresentinV correct
was --- Imulate vital
groups !! this : : :: :::::_::: I
at Beverly Cadv. .
.. given Shepard, 1 I durlnic month 1838Warrant
votubu There was no program
army, and,,) enter d l mt' u Crews. gifts.! l..ud during. month .______. 7100 organs. 'rhrr. .-sizes. All druggists. Insist
r lary battle. One v.\w\ of the army. meeting as the time was used in electing 1! A story by Jewell Hal. Jan I. lll-'O' ___ __.__-.___._ 7847 -n .the ..ri urnl! uenninr; (:ea., M.\f.
short "How Our Room Should be Kept; Becfly In n ...
named the "( uiriu dfJxtrum'l : fifucrs. :Miss Brown gave a i Teacher-James use "'.Irlr' ?i. II --

wan(right) wing) and wan led by Willie s i I discussion on plans for Stunt Night. by :Miss! Calhoun. sentence. Bnl flit during 1. 1925------------------month_.__.___..____ 40 3361Kxraipu .mHal. '
Mae Ilinson.! The other army wa I ---** the i Song-Star Spangled Banner, bj y' James-Next to my skin I like Jan. 1. 1025 19."JIllalrtrl BAD SPRAIN GIVFN
I 110'OU crave the unusual ? See tl-jb. / D's best. N. 14
named "C MclJoncll. Th,, I Etiquette: Club's rtunt, "The First Wp have three new pi'pils, theii r l".....Ip.. during month ..____.___.... 2.83
and wan led by Junior ,, | Shall Be Last, and the Last Shall Be" names arc Jessie Hill, A. C. Oliver ant I I Theodore (at Merrill's\ house)-1I Warrant IMUII.! during month ______ 46.34
two urmicH agreed that the arms Hal Jan. 1, 19J1 .-. ...__--._._______ 14465
be, I First. Leon CJriffis. I I Merrill In? l'I.l trlct No. UTlal
1 should
which stood up the luiiKent Merrill's :\lother-YeM, don't you Doe. I------------------------- 17.1>2 AMAZING HELlEt"S's
treated by the losing army. Both urns II \!'Kirr: li \Li. nt'U Fifth Grade his shirt on the line! Itveeipta durinir month _._______.__.. 8052Warrant
but after I I see Issued during month _____. 1095Hal \
1 lea put up a valiant fight ___ __ ___. __
Basket Ball\ Club ': This week being Robert E. Lee'd I Jan. 1. 102 .. __ 87.49
the final battle it was discovered that |I The gills of the Little Mary had been sent to the '''..Iri.t0.: 14
the 'cornu lalvum""UII defeated and '!expect to present on of the most brilliant birthday the fifth grade" have as the r i store to get some fly paper. She was Bat fiMJ. 1. 102E ... ___.-._________. ISA AtIbvlopt simple home treatment
beautiful spectacles ever I lesson. in literature for Tuesday, Jan) during month 11)00"arrant.
according to agreement hod to preparea and i i a long time returning mid her moth- Inauod during month __. 81 10
"treat". This "treat" was given last ] seen In Stnrko or its vUinity. It will Hth, the following' stories.: "General' called, "Mary: have you got the 111. Jan. 1. ItCli\ ..n_____._____.__ 85: .54I Goes to work next day
lint chocolaae and be "An Old 1 Fashioned Garden.! Lee nnd Traveler," and "Traveler. I IH.trtrt No. 17
Tuesday at recess. 'I''I'l'r I'l"r'" ? Ovordraft Do... 1. 1925 .._... __... 82.95lbcvipts
nerved and a food The flowers in this quaint old garden -'A discussion of the "Stone Mountain l : ,, "it's .n While working on tin-deck of a steamerat
sandwiches! wore ( I =- o.I.ther.: rCI'lll',1Inr during month ___________... it.90
time was enjoyed by all. The "cornu will V>e U'nrfl'ouB--exoti, .sunny, 1 :Memorial" which is )being carved wa I me, but we are coming together. Warrant Imu,.d] tlurinir. month_.._.__ Sparrow Point :Md.. Lewis II.
dextrum expressed a desire to beat I pure, pious' modest, shy and dainty made more interesting by pictures! ol : got Overdraft Jan. 1. 1UJ4 ____.._____n_ (09 Niemjer, of Baltimore :Md., tripped

again. We don't v ..h them any harm 1 in fact: all\ of the adjectives in the dictionary tie) morjiiment which were brought tn A man by the name of Burst had O\'or
they don't. I' must be called into use *.x> class bv the pupils. The memorial]i three children: John Wood, Burst, Ncl- ,luring month -...___....... 6169 "Twenty minutes later, I could
but we hope describe this magnificent" display. coins were also shown and examinedby ', lie :May Burst Charles Will Burst.' Warrant used luring, month -_.-___- 1.65 I hardly walk with a cane," he writes.
Thelrmi Snellgrove.: I OnTilrafl Jan 1. 1I J a __-_...._._.__ 80.81 "That I
See It-!Stunt Night-January 22. each member of the class. [ According to the' latent' census report I IOK MOItlDAn night got a bottle of Sloan'sLiniment
thirty-five cents ? 35c. One of boys Vnncy Williams,,, three' till living.SUPERINTE"JfENDS; >L'M"y OF BIt1Dl ORD. and to the surprise of all
Do Admission 2k and our are arc
you possess R. .
i p. _____ I hereby certify that Hi. foregoing .t. the boys in the shop, I was at work
I (;iOt your mom}"'* worth-See Stunt', Oruce Wood.1.I 1.I ha brought a fine picture of Napoleon I meat. of the '''01".. and dlabunement of next morning."
Nlltht. 55252.52.S7i which I. beautifully\ framed to be REPORT month of Di-ctmber, 1 211. ltru. and correct
_._ I ; in 1 lha shout funda" of Bradford County, for the It Is remarkable-the help that
I.fTIC'S: hung our room. County upi-rlntondftifi. financial .tat.-ment : to' the brat nf my knowledge. and billet Sloan's gives to a prain. Just little
!'CJIL'fll I:. II. S. B1liI4x,757 of county ..hool' fund for the month of II n WIGGINS. of thU remarkible liniment patted
Teacher-Johnny, why were you I
Dovrmbor 1926.
I lightly on, and you begin to feel relief.
School athletics help in every way I late? (;nral School Fond County Superintendent
S7 575747 S7 S ZS2.25ZSi'SZSZS i'SZbR Ha). Dec. 1. IOJ? Right to the place that hurts it
hoot A school that down '--
to adverting n Team i| Johnny-Well, I saw a sign Hckpta during th'J:: : : = 1 the fresh
Pur.l1.Amt'ricnn Time brings blood-build-
and combat with other Slow" I ______ ; Payment
docs not get up I the street which said "Go so Warrant tout ililurintr month 6195 in the dark it will Bitter--.Knd.: Hal ..Ian 1 I. l')2-) _. ..__________ 18156V TI'omp-"'H sure swell ing up the injured tuques. The swelling
schools remains went .slow. B overcoat and inflammation
IM.trlcl down the
No. I go
rarely have success und will always :\lul-Guard. Pal Dec 1. 112S _____ .-. __ 7.16 1' what did it cost?" stops tit a bottle today and have pain it
he BhunniHl Exercise. develops the Fishing-Tackle. 1 :\Iothl'r-Did you have a nice time Receipts| during month ... ._.___ 1862 i Bo -"This one cost: me six months, on hand. All druggists-35 cents

mind, must Ic, and I the pupil generally.A White--Center. 1'in Sunday school Billy'? Bal Warrant Jan haunt 1 lOIh iliintiir' month,_ _:: 2 2 1..f 18l 0 I don't.wipe no cheap clothes."
who graduated recently said Skin-Full. Billy-Y<-", A man offered me nplate l..trtfl Yo., J I
boy I I "No thank 1<01.) II"", 1 I ".-------------'I,18,
"football and basketball, are what No-Quart"r. II of money and I said Krolptalurm, month __ __. _. _.. 2J6.91 1 1Warrant Economy i
to graduate with the honor'k. I| you." \.1..! luring' month ._. 145 60 Teacher-"What Is the definition for
helped me Hal. Jan 1 I"26. .__ ____ _____._ 113.81 i ionomy?"
I hud," and many others who did not F.ulCene-h this collar clean enoughto f Seventh; Grade 111"1 Vo 3 I
branch of athletics Overdraft' Dec 1 192 587.0 l'upil-\Jother'M new fur coat-so
take ,
in any
any part would oat with I I The seventh grade: Club met Jan. 12, H''II'' .1 1 ring, month 1288.7r. Oie told dail."
liked the credits that Miss Florence-'No, a knife and I

have pulled! them: throuirh.r'ranriM fork! 1- n_ -- -=-=-- ..:....: r--; -: -
KeNwetter. One of our seniors! was oliO dumb that --W - - -
- - F1
An American Harem/ Did you know she thought kid finish: was a foreign - - - IA)

that such things existed in America ? heavy-weight prize fighter
Seeing in. IjclifMntr. Come: to Stunt (I"y-A moth lives an awful life.

Nhht. .. Jimmy-How come?
---- Cley-=He spend" his summer in u
1 winter in bathing
fur coat and his a f
r 't..r
The came last Friday, Jan I,1), played [ suit.Miss
in Lake Duller resulted in the : Florence-Always begin at

score of 28 to'2 in far of Lake Hut- the bottom.

ler. A large number; of 11. II. S. students Sammy-How about when you're

witnessed this game and are learning to swim ? i .' .... u .
--. i -, .. .
waiting eagerly for the return game Kverbody: ix anybody i 1'1 i coming to
to be played here. U ?
Stunt NiJCht.-H
--- --
All the way from the wilds of Patagonia Harriet-Carljle had to send for a
.. doctor when he got back from his
these! previous !pvirmieH are
brought to entertain )vuu Don't miss fishing trip.VirginiaWhy.

seeing them, St'BitReports' Night.SZ52S2525'a I ?
Harriet-He strained himself. severely -

i illustrating the size of his catth.Professor : .

From'i -Sleep i i..* merely a form iii&P'E.H.SMITH

..f int xiration.

AlIpn-Th'n why don't they padlock

The Clubs i the bedrooms ?

Owe I the world's greatest
-i am
.,tS?; r.74'a S S S75747575'a S7 S'a S7Szs7 -
Literary Hub\ movie hero!
Joseph' -Foolishment you speak.
The one act play to be put on by .f'
I've managed to
Owen-I am so
the Literary Club, Friday Jan 2 2, as )
.sit through all I ever saw without .
one of the many stunts for that night

will be the greatest play of ilK kind going to sleep.ElizabethThe,

ever' produced: in Starke. Intent song hit is that I

:Many of the old, world custom's have Asthma sonp.Lucille .

lowly, bit by bit, crept, Into our -I never heard of it.

midst! but the citizens nf Starke and'K. you have. Don't

the leather! of the school will be you ever sing "Y"slIir..thmn. Baby ? I Starke Florida
shocked to hear tr the aire! old' customof -

Turkey "the hal'll1bl'inl( in Wilbur-Look at Dakota.

America. C'nioc and 1 learn more about Joseph--Where? What !Dakota ? .

this Friday night. The raft consists Wilbur-Dakota got on, silly! We are glad to announce that we have been

of Frank Clynn; "Matter of theIlurent' ; I ,
( successfully supported( by his :Mrs. Alderman-Can\ you prove that selected the Radio
the square on the hypotenuse is equal Corporation of Amiu ;ca
five "AI,('',, who are; his. sister Stella
Florence Andrews; his cousin (!"r. the two -urn rides.of the squares on the other to sell and service Radiolas RCA

tie Edna:, Manning; North, the maid it Loudspeakers
Cc.dl-I don't have to it-
who an she it, "The jrrencHt. prove
expresses and RCA
right there in the Geometry! Accessories."Radiolu"
says so .
of Oilund's grime nljits. would) know -

Khe'B a biddy from the old land) itself! ; Special music by the "SymphonySeven.

Grace Wood( ; Irll. 01}'nn. Mary Ca- ." Stunt Night: Jun. 22. R p. m.
nova; and,) Alice bin real wife, Natalie J a ra "ti';] range from two to eight tubes and are priced

Mncionny! ; Mr. Wilbur Marxhburn, ;;; : from $15 to $575.
loa Rd\ Aihliury, Frank's old college
chum who unexpcwted'y'!\ors this From RCA Loudspeakers include the horn and cone type and

harem. from $18 to $245.
This U full ? range
play o wtind! complications The Grades

from start t.. finish. lie sure +
c; I RCA tubes-"Radiotrons"-are the standard in
and see it Stunt Niiht.Virtrtnn. .. 47524.5752Sa S2.Second vacuum
WeokJ. trade. tubes: produced in the same plants that make your reliable -

Tho Literary Club held' its weekly Our teacher has appointed! a blackboard Mazda lamps. The feature of this line is the UX
committee consisting of Lcta I
meeting officers. last Friday and) elected new :Mae Waters Cecil Thomas and Cur power tube which gives great volume without distortion.

tiss! Newman. The duties of this I
President-}Harriet P.ltoh. committee arc to wash the boards Before you buy your new receiving set, come in to sea
Vice-president-Rohs" :Maxwell .
Sec.trc.a..urcr-I.oiH. Gainey. pick up the chalk and keep the erasers and hear a Radiola. :-.

Reporter-Virginia. Week in place. enrolled In I Convenient time payments be arranged i ZZF J *
We feel that these btiliant young We have 56 pupils our may
We do need several" more seats,
room. j
people will fill their off i'es" capably.
Have you any ?

See the Basket Ball Girl's unique I
Sixth Grade
stunt "and old fashioned)
The Club will have the
Stunt Night
Ilarden"t" following program. Friday morning: j

tfrienre 1 Club Soutf by Club-America.

. The Science Club held Its l'eCu1d Mlmitest of last meeting by .ecr.







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I nearby and other warehouses one containing To Stop a Cough Quick To Cure a Cold In ..... 1Jot) i The Quinine Thnt lion Nt Affect limo I licailBfeiliiiii <

I Ir SO.OiH drums of frasolini-. ) take HAYES' !IIEALINO HONEY n taka I.AXATlVt: HReiMO QUININE' (Tablrlnt I nf Its tmili< sad\ Invnlivit rfTrct. I.AXA-
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs Damage probably will, total about cough/ modiclne which stops the cough/ by stops l the 4'oiulh and Hrs.lurhs Mini workAurTthiCold. riVK i lIKelMO <.III IMNK. .l1"hlo'l.l) mil l",t takrn
i:,. ; : by wlilinul fnu uiii
K W. UKOVKS milimluro on rh I boa. :30rr tt'd\: nrrvmtslwnorluging:'
$100,000. heating the intlnmod and irritated tissues.A In LW.e.KOV .1. S lufimiiroiui: ts.n. 3IK).

box of GROVEs;) tVPEN-TRATK:
I II InvernessConstruction of fifteen ALVE: for Chest C..1t18. llc.ia" Gilds. 1111.11 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmreCIDCOFFINS
NewsTOLD miles additional street paving at a Crnup U enclosed with every heittlo of I ; ...\. "1'CIV1Ltrove's
r [ Live State cost of $325,000 and the expend.turo HAI ES' !IIKAUNC:; HONEY. The salvo & CASKETS
i ( TtiNleleim. chill! Tonic .
of $38,000 for municipal water main should l>fl nibbed on the chest and throat restores
extensions $32,000) for sewer exten- jf children suffering from n Cob or Croup. And a Fall Line of Enrrtlnnd Vitality, by Purifying awl

I. sions and $12,000 for the installationof The HrnllnM cffiTt of tiny..' Hc'nlinil Honey Inilil UnJtrlaktrt' Supplies Enriching ttui KleHHl.Vlien you feel ill
.. the throat c-onihlm'J. with Clio ht-nlmttoffi-ct, tit.
BY OUR EXCHANGES i a white way I lighting system (I'.roVB; O tVn-Trat. Snlvit thruuith ho |Istres. of -- Htrentitheninit.) Invillurulinlt! efforts, mime how

i the main thoroughfares of tho he nklD noon slope..a cuuithIloth AUTOMOBILE HEARSE It brings! color t. the cheeks HIII! howIt

II ------ ----___-__-_- -__- __ ____ I some of the items included in alonA'1 ,";omit of the n>nuliiiiitr vombiufsl twrkii trt-fttmriit! In Doe t I. 3Sc.rnrum: sod who Always on band. Tie beet cr- Improved. the appetite, you will tlieuaiiprrclnte

I verness program of municipal Just ask your druggist for tlA Yts': rire at the lowMt prt< Special Its. true tunic value.
Tallahassee-A. L. Henderson, ap Eustis-What is declared by engineers HEALING HONKYAmazing attention to telegraph
Grove's TiiHtrlrtm
chill Tonic.! U
pointed by tho board of commissionersof to be one of the largest white I provement. I I.- *. R.(ltercd B..I aJ..r. Imn and Quinine suspended) < in dyriip.simply So

state institutions to be prison supervisor way projects in the United States and l Lake City-Tho industrial committee plfn' nnt .VI"1chll
for the East Coast, will assume exceeding that of the Orlando Winter of the local chamber of commerce DeWITT C. JONES need QUININE to Purify It and mON to

his new duties at once. Park drive by several miles' is to I is cooperating> with R. B.Hurkness. Power of Enrich: it. ))""II'<'YM Miilurinl germs egad

be installed between Eusti, Tavares Jr., for tho establishmentof 4rAt cFLA: Grip; ) (terms, l hy its Slrt'I1)!!II.'nlnll. Invljiuratmtt -

Daytona Bench-The embargo or and Mt. Dora on the drive built a broom factory. The present .........""""'atII @t1IDm@m@IDmtisrlmmuu .i: KfToft.: tide;.

less than a car load shipments to tween these points along the b\'i plans. provide for a maximum of ten Mexican Mustang

Daytona Beach has been lifted, Stanley of Lukes Eustis, Harris and! Dora. <
E. Wyllie\ general freight al1.'ent! I already in Lake City. A site i"i LinimentStops ==
here of the Florida East l Const Railway Tallahassee E. F. IIl1mn1<'n.l. : practically arranged and negotiationsare

has announced. formerly in charge of the industrial I being mad; for ...xpl'rielll' rf

school printing plant at Macon Ga., I the Lake Rheumatism Penetrates _
to( operate : "
Eusti -At a meeting,: of the'citj has been engaged, by the bunrd of : 1"-
City plant. through the :
council here contracts were awarded commissioners to bo superintendentof << I ..., \\j.
.::=::: to the Bone 'fitft .'
for the paving! of approximately ,- tho newly-installed printing 1 plant I \ \ .
000 square yards of streets" one,: at the boys' school at ;Marinnna it Gainesville county which ;- ;; .' ; I' ,,
of jrradmirTullahaasee Chas. W. Hunter I has been more wide nwnke announced by .
about -Itt.OOO square yards was other in hits< ft Inns I hook. or f"l star and I Iorr. I .. "'":II. 'Y-\\ '
the board's supervisor.Tallahassee lust few month than nt any .. -:._ x ,.\
ppl .
-* dun t Wit le a mid uttt<' '"1(" Al > ... -
-Two more automobile I its history is on the eve of a wave of SL timiill, (intimity,1 \ nt.* McMottn I MuMantt' '" "f't"r; .
license inspectors for Florida were .-A hearing by members county improvement* on a large scale. I.atI tort rliilil' crpp.| i> >.lli 1 Die Norr t.r urlilnnNpiM I .:._ -t :h"" .:;i.4 i- ;;
I 1 t.i. I11" tort JHM 11.| wtll" (M'ni'irnti, t '
a .
today railroad, e-o'mmis- One of the first of the large projects '" ; r .4 -
named by Governor ojt the Florida state I lifoimli" \ ItoKkl i and -.uH nm and citlnMH, > & .. -
when announcement was made, thai ion was held! today( at Jacksonvillein contemplated is consruction! of new 1>111"f Your ... w "r. oiuforl nn,1) .,,11.'[ 'I *". l J -.
W. 'V. Walker of :Sanford, andV.. :\1.I tho matter of prescribing rules and, highway, in Road and Bridge! District will hit itrtMtTlu '" *-4i'l'' > ty&xS3i?-%\ --.;;
of .. \
*> r" I.t.nluthli' |u in imiltiK' pirni-i'' _I"I ..-:. _
Morgan of Sanford were appointlTampaLillian !'tl.\ rates governing the transportation of 1, and, the county commissionershave tt slrnn MUM"tu* l.fni in' ni l U i ho riMiwmwlty I -...-..*1f ;::-:;.: -- .\ .
perishables in less than carload lotsin authorized, n special election in .It MUti'l"\ \ and 1 sunsetptdn. oven Inolctitnt'tiin X\ ;.3./ (tC-;
Davis, 17, allege refrigerator cars between points in the district\ for the purpose, of issuing! .>flnn i ..r .ttt'tiim'. ..nutUu. ,re" -.... !:.::
II."ol. .I..n.1'hl.| l mndiTful ;
at olhi'riin !< i n r : .i'
victim of the jealousy of a marries.woman !' the state of Florida. The hearing was $1,000,000 worth of bonds to finance hntiiifiit oho In ."is inj. I hit:". Mini -.
died today, in a local hospita held>l in the :Mason hotel. I the work. wound and' I HI> m /kit i II t. I II i il>li' u'nl..I" ltCI l\
2 suffering IlilMt lit till ll..lf-1* ll .all! ttnlt ,. All
January ,
where she was taken the week IniifrflMiH' and ul ili'Htili-rs" H.II MutHiinitl.lutnunt ,
Gail1esville-hl"lI1l past (
from burns incurred when hi-i I'lulenton-Althen Jordan, 8 years I I u II fur ouDon't
'r run t u; > reveal
I the No
100 children\ were given Demonstration can
bed caught fire or was set afire while aid!, was run over and! instantly killedas nearly
: she from school bus OIl'' Schick test at the (iainesvillo schools\
alighted a
she slept.
the :Sarasota road last night. The bus : to determine whether they were susceptible I all of BUICK Excellence
Knight, Tills week those
Tampa-Frederick, : I to cliptheria.
had stopped to discharge passengersand Neglect ,
it taw'
well known realty mar who showed a positive test will bo I '
16, son n I the little girl ran arrona the road Jrlvc .
bat'r anti-toxin. Dr. ANY lime von n
drowned last night in a given the first dose of
here. was and! struck automobile driven
was by nn r1.. you ,\,\vonilcr thtinl.Irip.(0Ihitiskl'earshow
tub at his home. Close air and a pa by W. W. Helm, of Surn>!uta. The I W. S. Nichol of the state board of That Stubborn such ek ra.rcniurktiblo. arc neaessuryIorthut.Itc.uh'

heater draining the room of oxyper coronpr's jury brought in a verdict! of health, who with a corps of workers can be null at u nwJonly nuuijc'i.t the powerfulnbililyol '
is believed to have caused him to be ; accidental killing. The child's, mother nre hero to give the test and,\ treat- rntic price. Hiilik' 7S bor cpower .
Hacking CoughIt Vahe in-I \Iced rii-
unconscious, authorities any.St. i ment says these tests )protect! the
come witnessed the accident. I I In few minute u hails Car hills. Itcnn-'
I children from ,diptheria, for life willrenllzcthatyouarestrrtRine, .. ,
W. :McClvfch, i la not only dangerous but U'll\nn bow ihnr"iilily|
Petersburg: I Tallahassee-The state supreme1court ) entirely ilittNti; >ppinit. pnrkin) ilriv I)lie I Huiik! l.h..h.i '
resentative from Tennessee who wa: has set tho week of January IS Ollinp"vi1l-Alpll1t "Njtppu I'si the unnecessary to let n persistent hnckin inn with i iiiucli IIr'nrrr"u.e and the l lticalcJ" 1 rlt.lenn.I.'eurIlV.
members who I >!cough rob you of bleep and strength.) .I A"ib.irynu
the legislative in the will
of commercial fraternity
one I for oral arguments in the case of the largest For through n very simple tieminentyou ptiirniiiitJctl Sealeil" enui'5 )protectIliiUk
for the state statute, prohibiting ; ,enters Florida by aI'prnvillA' are by quibtynn.i pcrforniuncc .>adiiiily.
fought: Florida: railroad commission against i United :States, can Ret almost instant r'lll'l.111,1/ lei \vhicli rank
the teaching of evolution in th' the for a charter of : often break the \ury riily ron,10. ..
: the G. S. & F. railroad. The litigationgrew petition very most stubborn with the very finest.Mut .
public schools arrived in this city for out of an order issued.!, by the ; the local fraternity Kappa f'si. which cough: completely in 21 hours will tell And Itinniiot vvrii" hint of
a four weeks visit. : commission for a new train shed<n> ( \ ., the, r...e you sillnoJyalushuuldIenowilltt
I .
bo built by the O. S. & F. nt Lnko small\! group of juniors nnd seniorsof I prescription known is lir. enjoy, withluek, Aeiiliori -
Ol'lundo-No tramping vagrants: (cat I I of till! IJisceiver.:' for Counlis." You aid hot, I i -d Si'rvlce "just aumiulllie .1I
The Seaboard Air Line, it was t the commerce department I "
become parasites on tho city of Orlando City. ,1 one teaspoonftil/ at heel tune 1 I A dent toiliirrtllloii ciinnotynu corner, i-v,-rv\mi here InAinirifii
build the shed, University of Florida nnd sponsoredby
under a new ruling to be enforced stated, has agreed( to it second' i .It..w the enduring *
. I but the other railroad refused. Orton \\'. Boyd accounting: instructor before swallowing it. The
Baker .
H } prescription \ .
Police .
by Chief of convicted in I who is n mcmhi-r of thp Alpha 1- has a tlenihle 'nction. It not only : I1UICK MOIOll (:1)" HINT IC111(1AN ln.lium l.rntrul M.l i.s'uporurt.a|

Time was when, persona SI'hril1go-Seb will be the site Kappa I'si from Ohio State Uni coothea nnd !heals senetiesa cord iinln-
city court fliers w I of the first m Florida branch of the versity. ion, but it quickly removes the phlegm: /<7X

days and fold their hands until their I Twentieth Century Business" Collegeto and congestion which are the f vul I ctittstt Buick.flrllrr
served. I of night ceniKliintj.: So the ceiu liinK the Better
sentence was he opened in temporary quarters :Miami-Eighty slim a cosmopolitanarray quickly ceases and bleep right .

Tallahassee-The inspection division J within thirty days, and plans mid l of sailors and workmen narrowly through un bturhed. you

of the department of agriculture : specifications are being prepared, fora escaped, dreaded, lingering Dr. King's New Discovery is for i "..i..k Sot C'vliiiiliT/ Valor" 11

during 112!> : produced, nearly one hall i $50,000 two story building which death imprisoned in a watery tomb couKhs.chest: cohl .80re throat heiarse-" /fn-J'li'ittl, motor<MeIlll -
in revenue, ac i will be erected next summer, It. J. Jef. hero today when the biirkmtine PrinsValdemar I II ness bronchitis, spasmodic croup etc. (rorni11t4/n5IV'c. I n/.I/t.,5. l l-s AKI', lll'il. I t I. Ill II.'
million dollars gross _
foc-ott, treasurer of the college, an suddenly, capsized in Biscnyne Tine for children as well as grownups /. .annals Atit..iiif. tltf /Muiilc '! ll -. Will. IU'11' ll 'I 1 HI M
cording\ figures: given out today bj I "...1.1.//,,,..l.|, ih,
nounced. '. craft resting no harmful eli tigs. Economical ,..
Pledger! supervising iivspector. Un) The precariously wlI n1 a.r I..i esnall."
Hinton : I
J. sandbar too as the dose H onlv one t/lspnon.
the edge a
Tallahassee-Thomas A. Von of ful. At all Rood druggists!: Ask inr
onto which it hud run late yesterday : LAKE: CITY BUICK COMPANY
St. rctl'rsbul'C-FuilinJJ{ : in his at Tallahassee opened hi-4 campaign\ for without warning: took n mighty I
truck J. congress from the third! district, op-) J. M. Smith, Mnnaffer.
moving her
tempt to jump! on a lunge: today, careened over over on I
13 fell to the \psing J. IT. Smilhwick, on Friday keel Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union; Counties;
Henry Williams, negro starboard' I side and capulted up) II DISCOVERY
night by delivering a speech to u I
killed this
street and was! instantly with her stubby masts and small ,
crowd, of farmers, their wives and, IOR
o'clock. This was the down below
morning at 11 I spread of canvas dipping :
others at Aenon church Leon county.Mr. .
first death in an automobile mis Lhe level of the water. I II
Yon says ho will conduct! an active I

hap this year. canvass and speaking!: itinerary I Coral Gable"=Ceiral;; ;; Gables will 'i .

West Palm .aeh-Actual work from now on to the primaries in the have the largest ice and, cold storage

may bo started Tuesday by the Sea district. I, plant in the state of Florida, when the Tple

board Air Line on the new cxtensior ,during I plant of the Florida East Coast Util- : Charles William Stores nc.rl
Jacksonville-Births in Florida .
of the road from this city to miami, I i ities. Inc., opens on or about May 1.I.I
the first months of 1925! : established ,
it was announced by officials of the ten for such Engineers\ specifications for the building This took New York City
a new record a period
chamber of commerce who I are now being: drawn by Ophuls
S. Davies Wnrfilcd!, presidentof I ( and exceed those of many states, and Hill Inc., New York, the plant to is FRLG
Alabama :Mississippi, Kentucky -
including ,
the system here today. he erected in the Industrial Section of
Virginia or South Carolina, according
I the of Coral Gables on tho entire -
DeFunink Springs-Sheriff Thai ; to the bureau of vital statistics -
block of Greco and Grancllo avenues
Bell of Walton county was indictee, of the state board of health. The siding
IioJenue Court with
for manslaughter: by the county j"rand: : number was 22,520! as against: 22,031for the main line of the Florida
frontage on
: ; 1
jury here today following allegations the same period during 1921. i East Const Railway. The completed -
when he
that he was intoxicated
will cost approximately -
Jacksonville! industry<< operated building
ran his car over ond fatally but ) and, will be of re-en
Ion a large scale in Louisiana, $1,100,000
Walker Williamson, 18, on n highway
: heretofore given little or no attention forced concrete eemstruction.
recently. in Florida- being established in this ----- --.-- The Watchwordof

Tampa-A jury and spectators ira I state, centering on the Dead. Lakes Use The Telegraph Want Ad.s
crowded court room here today listened I near Wewahitchka, in Gulf and Calhoun --
Enough: ii Plenty
for three hours to arguments I counties, says the Florida state
by attorneys over an alleged sale of chamber of commerce. It is the laW'I'r-"I'm terribly sorry, buddy,\
I I htought I could d<> more fur you." Careful
a fifteen cent package of cigarettes. gathering of Spanish moss and preparation Buyers
Then the jury deliberated! for one and baling of it for shipment to Convicted, Man"Awshut up.

hour and fifteen minutes and failed, I manufacturers in the north. ain't you patisefied" ? I got five years

to agree. St. PeterMburl-\Ioving: pitcure : that's plenty INanid the e uronfsoutrsd'THRIFT' means buying wisely the things:; you need.

Tallnhasee-Claiming- that farmers I shows, public dances, cabarets and! I. How Thoughtless! they are buying merchandise of dependable quality

in Florida are not compelled to work theatrical entertainments will be prohibited First Girl-"!lave you seen Jack 8-HOUR-SERVICE] at a price that saves you money. There is a feeling of

fourteen to sixteen hours per day in in St. Petersburg during: the recently?" lasting satisfaction is such transactions. Buying from

order to make money, W. W. Ingram,,, twenty-four hours from midnight Saturday I Second Girl-"Oh, about six weeks
who recently moved to, Tallahassee to midnight Sunday, if a new age' amt practically aH ofIhf this new catalog offers you many such opportunities.

from Lakeland, ha started what he ordinance which city commissioners ; First Girl-"Well, if you see him following balance ttaif on-fire You and your' family) can be well dressed in clothes of the latest

terms the first eight hour a day truck in a special call session passed at I again, remind him that he's marriedto 24-HOUR-SEKVICE styles! with Fifth Avenue's stamp of approval. You can make

farm in the country four miles from first reading yesterday afternoon me, and that I was inquiring about __ your home beautiful inside with really )good,( furniture rugs,
this city on the Midway road. late, is approved by local voters.ZephyrhillsResidents him.' carpets curtains and draperies, and outside with dependable
Tallahassee--Eighty-six persona in the vicinityof paint and roofing. You can equip 'your kitchen with every

arersted in Florida during De- the camp of the McLeod_ Construction Considerate how modern improvement) your workshop or Karate.: ),( can be fitted!
"Won't let teach
you me you
about nine est of here ; with tool need automobile can be equipped
cember for violating the game Company, to play cards, dear? I want you to every you ; your
it was stated by commissioner J. B. have organized searching parties to know all about them when wo are with every sort of accessory.

Royall, who Monday\ filed! a report of hunt for the two-year old girl of marrierj.' All these and many other things! you can buy from this new

the number. Fifty pleaded guilty and :Sam: Span, negro, who disappearedfrom "How lovely. What are catalog and all at a saving in money.

were fined a total of $687.80. Four her home at the camp last of night.the going to teach me?" game you Satisfaction i is !guaranteed when you buy from The CharlesTall
three pend- No clue to the whereabouts
cases were dismissed, are
missing infant has been found. "Solitaire." WilliamStorcs. things;: you buy fail to plea. you in every way

ing. 1\ we will return your money and transportation charges both ways.
the H.hring-A minature city, with its Down in Alabam!
Tallahassee-A hearing by the Ask our customers-there are many in your community.
state railroad commission will be had own street system, police protections: A tourist believing himself lost decided Coupon
and mail the below and catalog will
Clip a sent
here Feb. 8 and 9, in the matter of fire department and sanitation facili. to ask the way of an old colored TODAY
prescribing certain formulae for the tie>n. Is the goal attained by the gentleman who was shuffling along you at once FREE and p""tpaid.VriteTODA Y.

assignment of revenues and expensesto I ring tourist camp, on Dinner lake,seb'l the country road. .
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states In rendition of accounts by 1 off State Road 8, and within the "Which way to Kenton?" laid! the
THE CHARLES WILLIAM STOKES Inc. 932 Store Building, New Yoik'City
public carriers, including express com limits. 375 tenants reside .in the tourist. ,
panies and sleeping car companies. besides a register of from 75 to 109 "Ah doom know,"" replied the old Please send ma FREE a copy of your new catalog for Spring> and Summer.

transient tourists, according to super- darkey.

Tallahassee-The plans just given intendent of the camp. "Is this the road to Larkaville?" Name.......... .............__.,........................................................_................................................... ................ .............__
out for the new Masonic and Odd fel. "Ah doan know."

lows home on the corner of Adams Tampa-Fire here last night destroyed "How do I get to Kingston?" Address ........ .........._.............................. ... ..... ........... ...... ...............................,.................. .. ........ ._.....................__
and College streets will provide six a warehouse of the Lee Terminal "Ah doan know."

new store rooms for Tallahassee. The company on the water front, all "You're certainly dumb. Don't you Town and State.._.._....._...................................,..........__.............._.................._.._............ .. .............-.. ....._.._

ground floors will be used as lodge its contents and two carloads of know anything

rooms. The building is to cost about freight, and endangered the s&tem.1'I "Mebbe" not, mebbe not, but ah ain't ft is Easy to Buy by Mail and. Save Money
$65,000. ship Elizabeth which was lost replied the old minstrel.



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DIIO01:10 .01:10 OQOC0 00 I.: A. Sponholtz. den Realty Co.-7t)0) acres in 28, 29-7-! pd prors'rty iltuiitixl In BradTord County Florida Colds Cause and Influenza

U 0 II :Mr. T. T. Blackburn wan transact 22. towfuThn-. cm: In North corner Vif South- -JCAHVE BKOMO QUININE Tablet remove
o 1'I ing business in Starke lust week. Samuel A. Swann to C. U. and II. ......t nuMrtir of Soulh.-imt iiimrnr brlnit 1 .cr. the cues There la only oat'Bromo Quinlue. ..

Marcus Brown, of Tampa, came up H. Elesbce CoO la:) 1-2 acres 13622. North and 27. South Township by II South Acr.. Unnne East ,and 22 Wat.Srrtion but., E. W. GROVE'S slitn'"ire OD 1 box 'JOc.

for u hunting trip Friday. F. J. Altos and wife to C. B. Broome, 3 AeivIhp ..
t] I:. K.: Hurney was a visitor to Juck- _Tract 17721.L. "Bid land txinjj, ..........01 nt the data
I of the lnBiiiincu uf such evrtiric In the namo Habitual Constipation Curdin
unville Tuesday. II. Partridge; and wife to Chus. at 1, A. Jummi.n I'nl_ avid i curtificnte shall 14 to 21 Days ...
O :Mr and :Mm. Smith Crews, of G. Woodbridge-All Blk. 21. in StaikeLuwtey bu nlf4mtd Mccordintf to t law tux. deed. will "LAXFOS1TH! PEPSIN" is a specially-
... A.
1.0. thereon the 15th day of ItLrunry
U Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday af- State Bunk to J. L. Ilurrell D. 1026. on prepared Syrup Tunic-Laxative fwllabitua1 2 H n I ternoon.Jumes -Tract in Lawtey.J. Witna'sa my nfflrlul l litnnlur. and oeal l thin Constipation It relle is promptly and
o | Godwin has returned from I I.". rouser and wife et als., to I the Hth day of January A. I>. 1HZ8 should be taken regularly/ for 14 to 21 daysto

ouol 01:10 0=O- :Miami whore he has been employed for C. E. Harper and A. A. Durden! -108acres Circuit O.w.A1DEI(31ANClerk Court. BradfordSELi induce regular! action. It Stimulates! and
:: o oQOG Morlun Regulttes. Very Pleasant to Take. fcUc
Y County
I the past >eur. in m-c. 21, 23-7-21.
111: ::> hitUKCII the KIIIt t of her brother, T. :M. JlIllCa'1, J. :M. Oliver, of Baldwin and Go1.I Richard Nevcls, and wife to Powell- llD'Dt.12 n C.'. A. Knluhl D. C ocr bottle.

I last .Saturday I Long, of Jacksonville, were guests Smith Co.-40 acres 7-0-22.(; ---

;\IIIarlhll: Louise Beach, urn)I I'' Among the many recent improvements 1'riduy of :Mr. E. J. Uobc-rts. A. A. Durden and wife to Frank C. I ___ ,

Lyndon Bunker, of Ouinctville, wile. is the addition of two cozy : C. S. Hill, of Lake Butler, was a Gould-6 lots in Blk. 1 in Hijmpton.

roamed "t the Baptist parsonage,, Sunday school rooms to the First | visitor here Sunday G. W. Alderman et als, to VictorJ. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

Saturday, Junuurv thi ninth, Rev Baptist church of Hampton. The :Mrs A. A. Smith and Mrs. Calh- I Humbrecht acres 1722. I IV.

Thomas Hanson officiating. Mr. Bunk rooms are not completed but were (c-rino Teare were shopping in btarkoI I. Ames and wife to G. A. and HAROLD C. WALL

es Is u student ut the University ofrioriilu C used last Sunday in order to relieve Iriday. A. N. Marcotte-Tract in Sec 21, 25-C; (; REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING ...
and lie- and hilt bride will reside .. the conjestion in the building during I Mrs. :Malnl Britt has returned to I 21. INSURANCE COMPANIES. FIRE

\ in .thnt city. class period. I the home of her daughter) Mrs. T. T. Adam Green bad wife to F. J. Pat- ACCIDENT. LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
: I.. It. Hirt, and family, of Waldo, AVaimviight after a pleasant visit In tee .JO 6-0-22.
:\JnS. H<.VMv: IIOOM.U I were l business visitors here! lust :Mon- SUllror'I \. I .

E\T"HT.\I\S: : I 1 : i, lluy | (!. :M. Inmnn of Sturke was here MM) 1'I('E ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
:, Miss: Ada Nimmo: was n business \is- 1'iidiiy. I
The afternoon bridge club win tlulightfully itor to Starke last :Mtmilay. | :Mr. and :Mrs. Jack r.iip-gs, Johnnie I There will be services at :Saxon; Sun

entertained Tuesday at tiNhorn 1 I I j :Miss :Mary June Reddish has rc- Hrlggs and Edward Edwards, were in day II afternoon three o'clock by I

,* of :Mrs. Trunk Hoover. I i eenlly returned to her home here, af- I town Wednesday. I Rev J. V. Robinson, of the l.aute
The nClErnllnVII" -p'(.nt in plajmirbridge tru a visit with her niece, Mrs Wile | :\1 I'M.Iary: II.: Todd of .iat'ksonville, ;Methodist, church. I
and when t the prizes ,! lie l Reynolds) of Waldo. I II is a guest' of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. I .- -- I : \Ve can charge your

awarded winner of high euro received -'i I :Mrs :Mary Geiger has returned Hill :\Ir". Todd is one of the first S'J'\HKE (:ilW\\ EiLS I YES 8 HRS

a cuticle set the low score |1'1'17.0' from Jacksonville, where she has been Mtilers in Lawtc-v, and her many Stnrke Growers'-Association will

being a rouge compact. the (guest of friends and relatives the friends are gl.i, to welcome her I nWI.tIt the Court House, Storage Battery I nSmith's I
n..lh-Iou" candy] and stuffed dates': pact week. 1 iifain. 8I1tlll'dl1)1
Jan. 2ird.: at :a! p. 1'1.
were served on the tuMi's. Late i in 1, i C. A. 1'irt and family, were business :. Mr. Sheitlm, advertising, manager .- -
the afternoon the hostess! served her visitors to Sturkc last! :Monday. of,"sburg Chamber) of Commerce, :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. Practpiiu- Starke

guests with toffee, sandwiches. olives ft. Y. Saxon and daughter :Miss I spent week-end with Mrs. :hhcitlm Him Gillie-, and :Mrs. J.. E. :Miner i of | Garage

and, potato chips. Eunice ere spending. this week, with at their winter home here. New Smvrna, motored here Saturday Fla.,
iuc-Kta. were: :\leK,1:1I1I 1 It.: J. Davis,' lends end relatives in I'ompuno. i I l>r. K.: L. lw was a professional and spent the week end with relatives. I "
\\'. :M. Wamwriiclit. K.: ] >u\is, A. Wm. Jones, of Aluchuu is the guest visitor here last week. I

"'. Anderson, O;, :\1. Sistrunk, C. A. of his sister, Mrs.V.. I 11. Alexander. I I 31 is.i :Mary Hover of Baldwin, was>' TRAIN SCHEDULE

Futch, II. C stitch U. 11. You nit, J. I, Elder J. H. I'uner! preached nt the I i a truest of friends :Sunday.: I ------- -- :

C. Hoover S. Church, Vivian Sanders. |I Christian church: )last Sunday; morning Mrs. A. .1. Howe, of Gainesville\ New time table effective 12:01: a. m.

and :Miss (race Shdldrukc.. and everinir. The subject used, I j spent a few days of lust week in town. December 20th, 1925. ,
DU.IMIII SOU VL. fur the mor'nnif, service" was "Aopst- ;I M. Davis \vns u visitor hero Sunday. No.': 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due .
;, flay in the Last Days. For the eve- j i I I'reeman Register was in town on Starke, 12 ::2.; a. m. I

I'ltiiHtint anticipations were arousedin ning service he user the subject, "The business Tneiluy.W. No. 3, Jacksonville! to Tampa, duo I

the minds of the young people who I I Second) Commie of Christ. I II. Edwards has moved his /tilI : I !Stnrke, 12 :52 p. m. I
lecived invitations to a U. Y. I'. U. social Brother Huner handled) those sub- raise back and is having u mndorn No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Peters

which said "\"u ar tnvit'tl at arty jests in u very able maner and. the services I filling station installed, which will Im burg, due Stnrke, 12:22 p. m. I

cumlul) lite I'hun will kumon- at 8 were enjoyed by all who were proveirrcntlv the appcnranceof, his No.: S0,{ Jacksonville to West Palm AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

p. in. Bashful) felurs lookd liter. Chairman I present. pluctof business Beach, due Starke, 10:02 a. m.
Social, Committee, Kline Jones. -- No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville
At Club house, I Fri.lay'cnillg, January | WOODLWN'oodluwn i I :\11'''. Il.-':::;;;; Entertains I Stnrke, 4:28: a. m. ; STARKE FLA.

I Kith, lyJ'i.:! ; 1 Jan. 17.-Supt. II. H. :Mrs. George Roberts entertaincddi No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville due

rieasunt, anticipation are not always Wiggins, of Sturke, was u visitor here :li>rhtfully with a card party, Thurs. Stnrke, 4 :20 p. m.
realized, l hut In thin instance they 1-iiduy j| I No. 304 St. Petersburg; Jacksonville -
day evening! at her home. Ferns and -- ---
were more thiiiv. realized, us! those in :Mr. and :Mrs. J. N. Norman were flowers added, their beauty to the oc1- due Starke, 6:00: p. m.

charge I'huw.rl'thell1st'lv4:! to be pastmasters the guest of relatives at Plant CityThursdiiv. |I rasion and five tables were arrangedin Starke and Wannee Branch.No. .. . .. .. .
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of fun milking and u jolly I .
the living and dining rooms. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.
good time. Kcv. Thomas Bunsen hadchiiiia Rev I). L. I'hllipsjattended{ church \t the conclusion of the names, :Mrs No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m' I I Special List of Strawberry Plants '
of the first hour of anti '
niuncs at Therc-ssa Suniluy. Kdln-its
n T. J. 'I
stunts, and the chaperons, for the Mr. and :Mrs. Chits. Harrison, of course- GRIFFIN AgentNOTICF ,. $I For Florida Growers I'I'I
Mesdames\ iioiire C':. I
evening were Jacksonville. were vhitonwre/ Sun- : : OK APP'I'Tln'fln TAX DEED:
"White-, .1. 31. Iliownlnc.+ 1 IMVitt C. el uv. I of th.'omans Club anjtheir CI>I> .K Aft.IIIIN' eta o. ant I
friends were the invited K"osts. I.FNFKll.: BTATITTFS I offer for immediate later the
Jones, and 11. L. Itrownlce.A Airs II, L. Phillips was shopping! in 'I Notice I in hereby irivon' Unit I, C 1'oudl. I or delivery following var-
rmlio, piofrruin from Station It. Starke Tuesday. I'I'I tiunnhnrr, of fax Cirtlflrnto Nu 187 Jiitnllh., ieties of Plants. -
:Mrs. Catherine Tearc was hostess Jml day nf Inly' A. D Icu tI ha, nitl, said| cep.Itttcute Strawberry
V. 1'. U, was thoroughly enjoyed; the Mr and Mrs. J. Norman':; spentSunday In my office, and him miiilu iipplii-nllun I
I/'olll'um being us follows: Numbersby : in Jacksonville, the quests of | to the Ladies Aid .Society Thursday fur tnx tI,"'d to IHIMIO In ncciinliinco with law I MISSIONARY KLONDYKE AND EXCELSIOR

the high school orchestra; two vo- their ..IIUllhterI..s.: L. It Denmark. I I I II afternoon. A \c-iy interstinur business Sliiil ciTllriculo ttnbrncti the following ilocrili- j, I at $3.25 per thousand; $3.00 per thousand in lots of five

(numbers by Mr. John Powell; two | :Miss Debbie Phillips, who is tciuh-i session vvai held, and plans made* I to twenty thousand.

readmits, by :Mr. :M. C. Mith; and two invr school at Highland, spent the |I for improvement of the )parsonaio: J-adicalInslrudionsin.

voice numbers' by Miss 'llic-linn Snell- \\'('(>k-11I1 hero with her parents grounds: I I Ask for special prices on lots of 25,000 or more. '

jrrove. A radio was on the front of the Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Norman, of I A large! membership was present "HOME SEWING- Your order will be appreciated and have prompt attention.
unit a delightful! social hour
stage|! while behind the curtain were Plant City mo visiting! relatives here was spent 7 These and first class
ranged) those giving the lovely pro ( this wetk. with the hostess The next meeting )gRWl/k71/1Jop1k Speaa Jc,.. I plants are true to name in every way
will be held with Miss Helen Robinson.
gram. I U. H Browning of Jacksonville, I .
A plll.t, with king, queen and spent Sunday here with his family I J. Keifford Hall,
courtiers ailed forth much tnirii- '
KAMI'SON: cirv :Mrs AV H. Edwards entertained Reads Grove, Maryland
ment, as the name ul' the plujli-t win her ,
later announced as "The Gathering of I music class Friday evening from seven Order Direct or of 1. 1. Browne, Agtnt Starke, Florida t
the Nuts: :Sampson filled City, Jan. 22.-Hey. Crosby to nine o'clock. Each member had ':....-.-.-.-..--.-.-.-.-.--.--.-----..-.-.-.--..-.:-
I his regular appointment here been requested to invite little fncn.I. liM-1
AM' refreshments, hot chocolate, and I .
sandwiches were MIII'VC'elllt the close of I Sunday. j I Different games were enjoyed after -
:Mis. G. L.
Christopher anti little
thu tnjdvable ,evemiii;. which they wet invited into the dining
'1 liu guests included the niembeis\ I-\ room, where very enjoyable refrehh- I
villa are here on a visit with her aunt, !
meats served.Among .
were ,
of the Kwoith: League! the Christian :
!Mrs. J.
N. Thomas.
Pndpavor:: Society, the II I Y. I'. U. and ; those present were: Dollie /
Very sorry to report :Mrs. J. A. J.
other JOIIIIK ,people of the town who du Dinkins, Louise and, Guildii ;\llIrleTh..dt. I
I McKinney is numbered on the .sick .
riot belong' ; to church oiifiinUutions. list this week. Ada Marie :Mayo, Luella Ta- NOTICEf
:\1. C. With, president, of the Senior |j turn Ruth and Mary Elln Goodfellow,
:Mrs. Josie Hull and
daughter Miss
U. Y. P. U is doing u splendid I workin Mamie: left Sunday for Pnltitku ,", h'rtth.y > 1'oiis Buiney, Louis Hill, Jr., Billy : II IIIf I
lending the young people' of that and Jim :Moore Edwards, Jimmy I
organization.; will visit her son-m-luw and :Moore, Richard Thede. This
_.-- cluiiirhtcr Mr. and, Mrs. T. C. e is to notify my customers

HIT.N: :NIG111' I'ID1ILtM; I IOverture nnd while their they will Thomlls/I REALTY: TRANSFERS:
-Urchestia. I I the Putnam\ County Fair III I that I will discontinue deliveries

Little Iced School House--Girl's I J. G. Wynn, of Gainesville, "pc I"'. :M. Fleming and wife to F. II.

Ttrnnn{ Club. j I Sunday here. i Beatty and Margaret: Graham-,17 II Saturday Jan. 23 and I am also

R.linJr-Jlazel Middleton.I I I :Mr. and, :Mrs. Jim Vurnes, of 1 I'u'r(>2r-8.22.; I ,

I'rof. 1'ifli* and his PntuJt'ollioll'I'nrnli Starke, visited 1 relatives here' one day Ola Thede anti husband, to R. E. rearranging my store with the
last week. j lIlam'harel-S half Lot 3 blk. 18 in L
-Newspaper: Club. | Lillian hag 1 Law[ ley.Irving. j k
Numbers by oithestia. returned toj J of making it SELFSERVING -
his home here after the month Wershuw to Florida Lan 1
Old Fashioned lcn-Glrl's Musket past /i\ III I
spent in .Jacksonville employed withthe !Sales Corpoiation Lots in Blk. 27 STORE and
Uall Clilh.IlIh'rlllilllliun.. I by that
I in tit meansI
Ilamtpon Park.
Orchestra and candy, Express: Company.Mr. .
1'b' 'f11'f11fM'
for sale. 1 : and :Mis. Tommie Oldham of. J. :M. Truby to Kate Livingston "/ can cut overhead
Two numbers by Glee Club. (:Graham visited :Mr. and :Mrs. W. II. ]1-0 un. Interest In Lot 3, Blk. 1, Lot my expenses
I I 5, (Ii,7of131k,3inI..T.andCo's.mold.
First Shall lie 1 i.nst. and I.nRt Shall I I Smith Sunday. and sell
lie I FlrKt-JoU'IIII.ttl' Club. :Mrs. J. N. Thomas spent a few ,daysIn .f. !M. Truby to Kate LivingstonLots you groceries cheaper.
| Jacksonville last week the guest I: !I', It) Blk. 14 in L. T. & Co's. add.
UlIIJt'-J"lIce! Wood
Female of the Species-rtiquette I of relatives. -... ti. Alva Knsey and husband to R. Come and get prices as I can list
Club. Dr. W. K.: MiddUton was visitor A. Green-Lots (> and R Blk 15 tllrk('. '

here last week. It. Newsont: and wife to Fannie only a4 few.
'\American 1 em--Literary
Club. Very sorry to report/:Mrs. C. B. It. Wentworth half lots 8' 0, 10, _
Kni-einble. ,i Brown U confined to her home at this 11: Blk L'H in L. T. & Co's. add. II

... | writimr. D. K.: Knight and wife to Chns. G."oIIJbrhllllW BOX PLAITS 24 Ibs. Sack of Blue Rose
VMI'lON 1 -- \\ : 3(1( ft. Lots 5, ,7, Blk. Ancctionniy; smart etlcctis Flour 1.35
KitDFOItl 17 in Stark. gained! l In the Jenny mo.lel I '
Hampton, Jan. M.! -Thomas Ujul is Edna Lewis to G.1.: Inman-5 have sketched 'here at the left In Orient or Sweet Rose 1.63
having his large twstorj ivstdeneo Ilradfunl. Jan. 2..-Mr. Joe Harrell, aires 21-6-22. this dress pnirs of the box plait.

on Mum street itpiiirtd' and irpnmted.!" of, Lacrosse Was u visitor here Saturday A. A. Durden and wife to Mrs. Liz- are held together neur the bottom Best Cuts of White Bacon per lb. .23
cf the skirt with narrow bands of
I'rof C. T. .awhorlI' is
having hisresidence
zie Harris-Blocks 15 and 29 in
church :Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews were fur applied an shown .U A, thus! Lard
on street
repaired. I i'(I visitors; to Brooker Sunday l Hampton. making a kind: l I
and repainted. W. A. Resent and wife to A. F. plait between each of these pairs I >
Rev W. H. lluks, pastor of the 'i.IIislles II"rrl'lIand: Stella Mae Ward Lucille King-5 acres 27-6-22. 1s left free.Another Sugar 14 Ibs. for 1.00
Jewell motored
First Baptist church here will fill Conerly
J. K. Johnson and wife to Eaton unusual! uml ileeoiulive
his regular! appointment at the Baptist ':i to Humpttm Beach Sunday afternoon. hay man Realty Co., et ",111.-2 acres treatment of box plaits Ic shown in Dime Brand Milk
I IIr. '1 I i. Hob Krooki-r, of Waldo, \isl- can .14
church next Sunday, was a' 1U-7-22; 1 lot in Hampton. the heavy ilk crepe frock at the per

:\ Isiah GoldsnnU of the Raibvfi i i tor here lust Thursday. L. ,,\. Johns and wife to L. J. Wynn right Here the plats are !, "
Realty Company, Is transacting business ',I :\11'. and Mrs. C,J. Crews and :Mls -U acres 2J-7-21". etl in points at the top. To do thin.. Eagle" .23
in Jacksonville this wetk. 'I I I Lucille Ilurrell, motored to Jackson Kate Livingston to J. Jl. Truby- lay the plaits in the usual wajvhoun '
111'8.Iury; Prevail left last Saturday ''ville last Wednesday. I II Lots at B Othe tips n-l Seedless Raisens Dell Monte
3-4 Blk 23. in L. T. &Ca' Add. .18
at C Then itluen down
W II. Harrell and J. D. Baxter, viBrook..r points
for Lakeland, where she will
Percy Jones and wife to Carl Jones> ntmut a half Inch between: t':,o
visit daughter, Mrs. M. 11. Kan- I I were visitors to Gainesville Dried Apples Pk
.T!) acres 29721.N. plaits as shown at D. Turn under .08
O. W. I ,
Barry, was visitor to Starke I .
eher. a *
i P. Jones! and wife to Carl Jones t' a.v edges. as Rt E: anti l 1 :
MM. Jennie Roper and sister, :\In.1 j: Tuesday. -,JO acres 29-7-21. poiflon I* "-.Iv t' H'* Best Creamery Butter
i :Miss Geneva Harrell and brother .57
A. A. McPonald are the guests of Lake Kingsley) Dev. Co., to J. I. th
relatives and friends in Vulbrum were the truest of Miss Stel- I
Reynolds-Lot 12 Blk. 5 in Kingsley
.. I II
D.I W. Moore: of Jat'k"Ollvme'l l.noon.Ward, of Brooker Sunday after. I Heights.Mrs. Groceries Will Be Carried To Your Car

business visitor here : Lillian Dyal to J. R. Hodges
:Miss Maud Mitchell '
-Tract 24-7 21.
Starke last Saturday. John L. Harvey and wife to JamesS. Bennett

;Mrs. David Jones. had as her guest 1 I, Lawley, Jan. .22.-Mrs. Augusta Tyler-16 acres 15-5-22.\ I Grocery Co.
)last Saturday, Mrs. Walker, of Macon 'I Sponhollz, of tlenof City, Wisconsin, Sila Kite and wife to Powell-Smith COLDS CHIPPK.I* e prMcripti FLIT. DENGUB.I. BILIOUS
; -
Ga. I 1 Land I Mrs. Rose Sibley, of Antioch, III., Co.-10 acres 11722. rKVBX AND IllALAIUA..eldUe. .
Miss Ida Haga>V otJwnf, is*" *MT <' ate nV t cfrli tt time wlnt..r' wltla Mr. H. A. K. Srtingfellow and wife to Dur"l ItM s.rt.. .

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I the guests of Dr. and :Mrs. H. A. I of thorn placed upon bin brow; figuratively
21 II
!gcr : Lutz HMtt., itl.'iV.\ )For-'
I Tucker. :Mrs. O.. tine is a niece of itpenking, the: uniform h. St. .
sri Jacksonville Flu.
|IIII'. Tucker. They are touring the snatched from his form and his medals !- % It.
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Bits of LocalI1lIIllldljOll i ..late. and went south from here. / melted rENT-A-WORD IOU
S.l.U-.Siet.; fat hanx .
Tell mo that AmorlcnniMii :Ntmome' '; not Leg/
I distinguished! titan bus ever' ( horn, :tOc Ih) t 0. A. Mitchell.V..

:Mr. and Mrs.\ R. McDowell: andchiliren fought to defend! the SUirx and Stripes I Call,street t Starke. It.I'OU .

\ and :Mr. Leland Turner, of -IKin an Alexander.,. without 1-::
arrogance '
Jacksonville will spend Sunday here SAI.K: Coml; Kimholl: piano,
:: _.
N'apoloon without
Concerning Our People Business and I 1 at the tyranny, I Clioup for cash will I sell!
home of :Mrs. :McDowell's parents Conner I or I on terms
.JMJ: n without H"sa. "in,, 11 Robert KOR SALE ,
Progres of the County and Town Mr.\ anti :Mrs. John Pglow. This E. 1. '. with I One n>llI /If.". $11.tltl.! ) I tn responsible party. Addres, :SIrs
; occasion being the birthday ofIr.: "( n little lean t"uutt'ruucssI Quiglcy &:: I)slvus. I 1-J!:!--H.I p :M. Luck, Raiford, Flu -- ._ 1.1.',..3t'VNl'I'lcstv
(appliuiKe) I
; u foch. I if you pleiise, with
Uglow and :Mr. and :Mrs. McDowell's
J less !pomp: amid I a General; I\-rshing I
525252S .525 ass. wedding anniversary.Dr. with a little more feeling for his fellow WANTED: TO In'\ -011 or twomules. \ :'; : Illocks. will I jmy

WEATHER REPORT lee anti A. Z. Adkins were visitors to man (Applause.) 1 I ._J.V., .:...:Alvarez.. :Starke,_It.I.'on $.1.50 pt-r con! fur. pirn- or t liu'sasttt't'
I I'ulutka one day this week.Mr. ) and :Mrs. N. C. Berry and son This is. the man whom they lucre blocks )3) Inches' .Ux
? Weather report for week of .Ian. 1 1I I Edwin, and :Mrs.' Allan Coleman, all undertaken--and it is about to bo |I R\ hE-Eu's class tcondition! ; I I1'Wd inches up i in .lilll\1eh'I', fro,. from
to 20 inclusive. :! 111'hl' coupe; 1 Overbid coupe. Quigley knots uiid! tlti'Iie.pit lute rntfnt-o lIlt tt'k
Jacksonville '
motored hero Sunday
: IIn.1 ;Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk anti complished ground into the't
Date Max :\Iin. l'l'iJan. afternoon : & Uavis. 1-2J.1l.:! "'(1"'" JH I feet With, :33 in. wide, 8fl.'t
i :Mr. und :Mrs. C. A. I-'utch and son, and were guests! dust. You Republicans h..llr'itnl''II' '
U I rio)( 32 .0 o 1 :\I"nillIt'nt/ Sunday in Jacksonville.! I IIJ :Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. Dr. and the Nation mind the world hold you l'lt( RENT-.t;:'; l\vo-rooin furnishediipurtnuiit long.! AUili-esd Moan I llarriil,
Jan. 15 ;j" 30 Cnmpjiny, I'nliitka. Flu. I l-|.- -int-.l.I .5.I
.0' >
Berry lived in Stnrke number
a responsible; you have sown of the \\ it Ii !hath. !I". A. Scott. I 9.l't .
Jan. 11 68 39 .0'*0? ': A complete line of Royal Society -I of yours :i'o and their old friends' are I flesh and.! you will, renji corruption, be- 1-22-t.:!
Jan. 17 i-// 52 .0'"I) [I'at-kajres and embroidery glad; to ,know that Dr. Berry has pros cause truth crushed to earth shall
>R S.\ ,
Jan. 18 68 59 .-1,a pered in the city, und are pleased to rise in.I ETIIIIJl'illl''nlelldll and!
[J threads at :Sternberjr's"i I II Ita Fill I I! SLITh,'('" lot in Temple's
Jan. 111 68 -15 .(.01Jan. ,I welconv I them when they t hit Stnrke.WOMAN'S Pineapple orntiKo/ trees.! Uudilod. onI
:20 i3 .u .01[ I Th.m'I'i"1I1I citizenry, the youth Addition to Stiirke. rlosr I in, only I JI3 I; year old m ur\ (tnt uigc. Block. Thei
Total rainfl\lI for the week .101 in"i; !\ Pesha, of Wililwood! spent part ; of our :Nation: ; their mind i is like, wax t two blocks from" high school ami I nUndiiril' of (lie Btnle. 18 il'. to 2
'I. of last week here" with her parents, t'l.t'H. MKRTIMi; : : ; to receive and! highway $I:201).00:() ,
like marble to retain. ( cash until \l"eb.I j feet, oath It),.'. I.:! inch collIer| :2 to
J. E. Adkins, of :New: River, was in( | .:Mr. antI :Mrs. W. II. Strulh. They have burnt upon their hearts/ I I 1. I ll>2(5.( T. I!. L. I liuimherly.' 1mi kt' ': 3 foot, title oacli. 5AIl'h calipor" 7c

town :Monday. i The January meeting of the Wo the patriotism the unRelfNhni-ss, the (City, Fin. It* 1 each, :3-1\ inch niliper 85r each. Two

i | Syrup labels, all kinds! and sizes, !nt man's CliJ'' opened, by singing "Old courage I tht. manhood (be loyalty, sin.! ,:' year 1'tII'1/.rs! e/1<'h $1.00.I In tliuiiui.t | -

Wm. Moody, of Lacrosse was In tho Telegraph office. Folks at Home.' R'po.tll'l'rp rend the hrn\'I' IIfItdl..lI.: They have LUMIiER! l FOR J t tltii'8 of 1(lit! or more !r. per i-i nt off.
town Tuesda)'. I I from" secretary and Treasury, The also impressed in I their bruin; the I'null'hInti SALEAll; kind-, Jones' Pros. :N'urscfion: Crocont t'ity
dressed.! ,
Let '
I Mrs. L. A. Reynolds spent the weekend I president had received several Xmasarectiners court which t tried, him i in Us pomp, lit figureon (-'111. llox ::12t:!(;. 1-1-It
your next bill. Delivered wberI I "
blanks for sale the anti had the secretary rend. its plutocracy, in It. In -.---
Legal at Telegraph nrrognnco. Its 'nll' ----- -
; -1 in Wildwood with her! husband i I want it. Joe (Jril'fis -
office. thesiShe also had! received! announcement attempted political 1 enhancements, nnd! WANTKD: : FAItMKil; TO FAKK l;
: i is
who an employee of the Kin.) :Mill i one mile i north, of. Kings-i
with of candidates; for state in its fownrdice. ,i I (CIIAKil I I ; t I': Of KO I aero fnrin. with t
i j headquarters' there. Rt.nboard/ president anti vicepresident.Report" :My frlend, I j I Iof I I icy- J i-as-at.: "> clt-aroij
Dr. Thomas of Gainesville was I in I / should rot IOn)' more I lll't's with coiKlm-lahli I '"*
town Tuesday. wore iriven from the var- this. I inn proud to know t that the I j farm htum.t., ha rmi, kitchon.
I Brand line of : elressoods Salesmen' and I S.iloswom-, i I
new Spring! : ious committeeThe, chairman of finance Amerlc-in house. .
I citizenry, uphold. t the flat | j (;iond I at i't'Ig rntitro. chit'Ii' I u''s
to sell I
en I Health I
: mid! Accident I InMilmice.
at Sternberg's.Miss / gave n detailed of her of the United i trood! wi-ll .
report i Stales t nnd I hilt of Wilt. Would da
Ladies! silk hose; from :50c n L' I siiy Full or part tune. ,\tiI !- '
work. She asked that each nuenilterpletlge not only tilt' technicality of the law piM-manont' t t"1111 tit! J'OI"lol'l"1, unit ,
pair up nt Sternbers's.O. : Metta\ Kremkau of I'ennsy- : ,I h'I'l i-.triil.< I :Maim- y
ten dollars thereby exempting/ is what we should abide by, but' the i i if I intcroHt Khown i in ph"... \Fur pnr-
'l Ivania is here spendinir the winter, I IL' j jj the club from the hard work of past stihstmicf I thereof. I It is true he was t I[1 tli-nlnr-i write, S. .. I Ifiinnirk.,. I towncr -

Kcprus; of Jacksonville\ was v months lit the- home of her uncle, A.I' !I ;r"III'1I' t trying to raise funds. Thirty- found I guilty. I It t is true he was convicted AT THE l' ) Iviioin .1! .\1" 11.1. Illdir! .. I l.iiki'linul,

prominent visitor to town Tuesday. |I Kremkau. I i!two members pledged to do| Urn, and ; i it Is t true, thnt he trim I ImlUeret ; Kin., nr lit I.!.! I, Sliihen.Flor| -

i; it i in hoped! all will do mi within but my friends'; the stnndnrd! by which ulii. I _''.'-Ot(!( .
Buy you cakes! at Starke I5ak- Tree Radio Concert at Stern- i I! next few dll 's. The 1""' i.II't thP.// we should; \. go would\,. he to plncv the MOVIES"Let's .
cry and! save your baking time. berg's every Saturday night. i| that each member buy a : good! tniits. the) bravery, and! the pntriotism -

./ I | coin for the club. This was voted! on nnd I the. service of country! on Co"
l C n Roberts of Graham, wa transacting 1Ir.rlll'le: Klwood left last week and! passed. ,
one side of (lu hallll1('"' and! the Khort- This Guarantees
business in town Friday. I I I for }'11l1l1lsWllne ', Tenn., where she I Ij :Mrs. K. A. Weeks (chairman of finance coining on t the: other, nnd! cast (Iii r lot 'I im('usivi I itin\v/ I I

j I was nilli-d, on account of the illness ) had charge! of the afternoon's with t the side which weighs I the heav I \\II.U.\M! I I-'AIIM'JI: with LOIS
:Mr. and :Mrs. U A. Newsom spent; of sonic ('If her relatives. MORE EGGSYour
I program.' Several beautiful musical iest. It would hp n happy ilny fOI'1 \\ II.SIIN"I !
Saturday in Jncktonville. !Ii numb..rs1'1' riven. Mrs. F.. L. America, if its "
1 i arm of defense In I the ) III: MAN: WHO I.'WIII'SI.uS 1-:
Bill Epperson, who is an employee Biggs; with :.Miss Ethel Griffin ae- air was developed and! :Mitchell, < I win I HERE'S i ; hi I us < it )III'I1I'\I'; R. A. 'Weeks of Hrooker. was; of the !Seaboard: spent the weekendi I 1'opulur. ilill' "Fiiriiuni 11n1 "
fling sang, 1.itt Ic Lad. O'Mine"and : I reinstated and! ,
comnpa was brought hnrk to rxjjsw''i"' '' I lii'l'-hrli''nie.! '
transacting business in town Tuesday. i here with his parents Sheriff and !Mrs. like him best. A rnriiiuoiint tiar, ;
] "That Little Old Sweetheart of I IMimic. lifp
'I nirain! politically nnd militarilyKpeiiking. In1'1't' ) Pi
"'. J. I uivt-n the sumo expert. presentation" uroM 1 ] i "i' t y
Epperson. "
: :Misses :Marguerite Shrivenj I i It Is '
to come, nnd I Kcgulaior.I Aii of 1
Jacksonville as Swanson Mciglmn! Valentino mtimtlymm' ; re r.ireiinjxircil
Truby NowmnnH of was
j' Ethel Griffin and Alma Toniborlin, you\ tint! I lire going to see I the' time I .
The ) % other I'tiramoiint favorites.S.Tril "l" -", |" : ; in-
a visitor to :Starke, Thursday. : Keystone Heights! Woman's sang "Love's Old :Sweet" Song." when he will! come bnck and! \\h"lIlh,1 I I Iworld __ jTc.licni hidl feeds ili
Club s \\ 'ne
presented a delightful! pInyIII
The hostesses nerved! a tempting willl'IIIII'I''nt! I this mall who lintlLhv ) \V"The
J. R. !Mott, of Brooker wm trans. I the Sturke chili house last Thursday | icuM never g'itc. l-.vrr/
j salad anti coffee. I
course "111'11/go the unselfishness, mu mid the Whirlwind of t the !I'lain
acting business in town :Monday. '! aivht.Ret'. | hat imral i eg m.ilinn! nci.csFiiy -
I I pntriotismjvs.l (;"'111'1'1I11t'hl'lI.I : I, a riuhliiiK HUM/ Itl'li.NS: III
(Ill. YOl FLORIDA) military martyr. I I MI'S' 'I RAM.IV" in just the right
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.. spent Tuesday : ,\. E. Dunham has moved to j>t< :''portii ms lut only: li.ilf a
r thank you. (A ",,11111-".) I Directed I .! liy I lloraco I W.
I t'lirpenlerKilhf
in Lawtcy with relatives.Joe the i-ottHKe next door to J. W. Alraces I (Lewiston Mo.I Record._ ) IllId I I'lirmnu ('('nt UI')' nf' I'm.ttt c.xpciicnco

I which he recently purchased Florida. in the cnin-whihker of the I ."? c;;I Wholesome- mid Romantic/- ;; < could JTuilllCf.Your .
Hill Williams of Lake Butler and remodeled. United !States.: I II I dealers
Guarantee mo'a
'was a visitor to Starke Wednesday. I It is. 000 miles-long 20(1()(} miles wide,' I I I I :\\W-:>,DAY.IA t'i'g s liipliL-r, !, let ?'ulity cf luucilcrfl,

Starke linker still sells the I nnd three feet high.It II ('K IIOVIK/ : |In IxMlcr (link1 vitality with I'raiM'
Pullman loaves for 15:; 'fn'Hn I Chiirch.ServicesST. l Hc> iilatur.Tlic! !. )' auafToi'l, I t ir>iuikc
: cents. .
Plain Rolls 10. 15 and 20c per : Is bounded on tn(' north by the I I KHUN'/ TIIUMH.U. : thi.i amazing x<''" -u,"C.'. !For riyht
doen.Starke Baker)'. 1 eighteenth\ amendment anti !' three sides by the three mile limit. pay me, Kig e: .1m,.! HmUi.,
Silas Kite of I'alatka was aiming Horn to !Mr.\ and MI'!. II. R. Nobles, Florida! is inhabited; by Indiana, ..s?: TL'KSIIAYCuil ; :
the visitor to Starke last Thursday j'Monday: morning January 18th! III| Americans white men, feed bag tourists I I Ijicinmlc I'resi-nts '

.lllug-hter The young lady has been i! some times called tin rnnncrs. !MARK'SSt. M\Y IdflIn \' / Poultry
Mr. and :Mrs. R. T. Osteen and A. christened Dorothy Rhea. The reds< live on the Everglades, "MIK 1 \\ IIllU.\\ 1N1": ) : '" Regulator

R. Surrency, of Brooker spent Thurs- and the. blacks live on the whites and I Mark's I \\illi I t,. Jiirk J M llIlh.III I I I, ILi r luip ra I T
Episcopal churl Sunday
day in town. :Misses Lucille anti Irma ;Morris\ the whites live on the tourists anti the services at 11:00: a. m. : Mjrllc I Sti
of Hcnilersonville, N. ('.. are spen'dinirn tin canners live on municipal camp I I UNIVERSAL:'; ::; JEWELC : : I II I t'. ,.jl r "."I '. r .:. P 'It .... ) ,,. .,,""'Y.

David W Moore, of Lawtey, was few .days at the homo of their grdundx.Florida's. Clll'ltCII OF UIICIST Sold anI Guarantee byJ.

among the visitors to town Sunday afternoon -, aunt Mrs. Tom Wall. I principal source ,of Income I :\Ie'ts'ery Lord's;:; Day at 10 n. m. I I OMINi'I 1 hurxd.i.vFriilivCharming ; NKXT:: : AV EI'JtI : I

) are hotels, fruit.. alligator skin, W.IIITH: & /
I :Mr.' nnd :Mrs. C. F. Boyer and lit j tourists and the best press agents ,for Bible Study and Scriptural Com- I MAK MURRAY I" j
manion. See Acts 20: 7und 1 Cor. 11 "I'lUfK"
O. A. Andreu. of Stuart wau. tit.on.! of Burtow, spent the week- ( ean of California. 23-23! : I _
prominent visitor here the first of the I end here with !Mrs. Bayer's parents, But the one greatest outstanding\ SOl'f

week. I :Mr. antI :Mrs. J. C. :Manning. j 1 feature of. Florida i I..* its fruit. ortinge '_n_.._..__,,_,,_.._.._.._._.,_,,_._.._.._.._.._.._.._

I Lots of new Spring hats for I Four color-lithoyraphed syrup label, ':'i i Raising raising oranges:coming in first Florida of a I Thomas Hanson Pastor HATTKI5Y CIIAKCilNU f fOE3OC
Sunday school, 10:00: a.m.
ladies at Sternberg's.Mr. I printed with your name and complying (' 11I'h. All! that is required Is money
with the law full length and half :Morning xvorship, 11 ::00 a. m.B. I
enough to live .
and Mrs.! Thos. :Markey, of size, at the Telegraph office. Y. P. U. service, 0:30: p. in. I
Evening: worship, 7:30: 111.II"week .
p. Guaranteed
Brooker were visitors to town last The next Florida: fruit impartancol : :\ .
Thursday.J. bills Knight Gl'rilMlId.lletcn.: l I.'. the grapefruit. A grape fruit is service Wednesday 7:30p. : I Hours
Julian Canova, and! George DoBell of Service and
a cross between a lemon a (|lose of m.We invite
J. Kliickwi-lder, of Union county, the University of Florida, spent the quinic' and a pumpkin. ft has a color you to worship with us.PRESBVTKRIAN : Service

wits' a business visitor to Starke Tues- week-end here with home folks. and disposition of a blonde ticket s.I1er ; I SalisfaelionStern's

.day. of a moving picture theatre. They Rev. II. A. Tucker II. D. Minister.

I At :Sternberg's you will find I ,are usually eaten at breakfast, thus Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock u. m. I Garage I

George; Flynn, of Oranjre City, quality merchandise at the same ,giving the double advantage of a Preaching service at 11:00: o'clock

spent the weck-ond here, with his price you pay elsewhere for meal! and the morning shower bath at >j 1m. and 7:30: p. m. 11'1 Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87 j
family.Mr. I cheap grades. the same time. | Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 .

The kumcpmt I Is the only thing in p. m.I ','--"--'--"-'-" -"-" -"-'-'--'-" -'-'-".-"-" -'-" -._
and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and I| :Mr. II. II. Ford! of North Branch Florida, which acts up to its name It I I Cristlan Endeavor society meets at

little daughter of Waldo, were visit- :Michigan, who is spending the winterin looks anti tn-tes just the way it 7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior En-

ing relatives here Tuesday. | Fort :Myers was a guest Tuesday sounds.. Ideavor society meets at 7:30: p. m.

'' antI Wednesday at the home of his By the middle of October. =New A cordial invitation is extended' to \ [ ILLIAM I-, DOt N 57\/.

We give profit sharing trift und, John Uglow. Hampshire, New .Jpr l'10wII anti. |('I jto all to attend the above services, ( _I [_ T4FT_ I

bonds. :Starke Baker)'. I Ohio start movln". to Florida.. For: M.l':
I When vou buy bakery products "Tis. a land of Golden.) Sunshine '

Save money by buying at |' at the Starke Bakery your \\'hl'rl'oft href-res blow. Sweet with ( h :Marvin !Ititi"k1'1I a IIIrlt I

Sternberg's. ,i money stays at home. a thousi'nd perfumes. Over the Gulf
1 I of Mexico.CONfiKKSSMAN\ At < hurch Next Sundiiy.
:Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children,,1] :\lrs..T. J. Corbett. of Plant City --.--- At church next Sunday, you will!
spent the week-end at their home at ''l'ame to visit her parents :Mr. and ; : GItEF.NDEFF.NIS; find I. A. Davis Supt., ready to w..II.'ome

Brnoker. 1 I :Mrs. J. J. Rigdon lust week, and to MITCIIF.LL you, and the school buzzing with

j be at the bedside of her grandmother; 'life and Interest. The time for mnc't-

Dr. E. L. Biircs! spent Thursday in Mrs.\ :Mary: Raulerson. (Continued form page 1.) ing is 10 o'clock.

Gainesville, where he attended the nnd undertakes here to mnke suggestions -I At 2 o'clock in the afternoon you Taft
Al chua County Medical Association..Legal I Thp business and program meeting of as to how we should) defendour will find! the Junior Leaguers in a 1'S Praised I ,

the Bupth.t'oman's Missionary Society Nation In the future He spoke huppy gathering. They always have

blanks for sale at the Telegraph will be held Monday afternoon with authority and told the plain fine snappy, programs under the !,lend
office. January 25. at 3 o'clock at the homeof truth; but Instead! of being acceptedas ership of Mm. E.: :M. Johns. Supt. If "I Bankers' Work

Mrs. J. ;M. Brownlee. All ladies of the prodigal son, the adage of Holy you are reslh "s aril l lonely, why nut

Mrs. L. W. Srickland and baby of th j Church! are invited 1 to be present. Writ which says that a prophet I Is join them. 1 'I

Waldo, were in town during the week- not without honor save In Kin own The Senior Leaguers will be thereat President William Howard Taft In his
end,visitin.rt'litives.. Henry Wolf, of Jacksonville was country seems to me to apply to this 6:45: in the evening. Miss I'lor- talks to American bankers praised the
business visitor to Starke Wednes ence :Matthews Is president and ap. '
distinguished and of
greatest our work they are doing.
lor.-d'; ; Mrs. L. Moseley: and day. :Mr. Wolf is a well known organ American aviators. (Applause.) He points the leaders! and "lenders give )o'I

children. of the State Farm spent and piano man, and will make regular was carried ,before the trial Judges good programs. Don't miss it. Did you ever stop to consider what

Sunday here with Mrs. Moseley'a par. trips here for the purpose of tuning as was the lowly Nazarene, a crown Worship? Yes we meet for worshipat this country would be without banks?
ents, MrV' and Mrs. J. C. Manning. and repairing pianos and organs. .. 11 o'clock In the morning and again )l l'ft,51 '

at seven-thirty in the evening. Hereis 1.1 There never were as many bank depositors

')11'. and :Mrs. John Shriver, or Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, Miss Wife and Husband where1 you will see our choir in ac In the lfnlted States as there are
Brooker(pent Wednesday afternoonin Flossie Rigdon and O. J. Penny, of tion. They arrange u program of
town. Jacksonville came the last of the weekto Both 111 With Gas| thrilling music for both hours. :My, today.

attend. the funeral of Mrs. :Mary how they do sing! Are you I depositor )

F. D. Hornbeck. of Keystone Raulerson.The "For years I had gas on the tom. Perhaps you would like to know L' I
Heights was attending to business in j ach. The first done of Adlerika help- what the pastor will speak on. Well If you are not see us today about open 'I )
Starke Wednesday. many friends of Miss\ Hannahuriderwenl'an ed. I now sleep well and all gas Is he I is going to talk in the morning \ lag an .

Sssintlehlw1l, operation gone It alno helped my husband." about folks-about the ones who are t- souot.'p

I Don't forget l* sve, :' the bread Tuesday1; e- glad to learn' that she (signed) Mrs. B. Brinkley. ONE;/ not present, you know-that i in a common

from the Starke Bakery. is doing nicely. She Is at the homeof spoonful Adlerika remove GAS and thing. We all do that. Tht way
wcaps :Mrs. GUI who *Is nursing her. often brings aitqniaJihiK rvlfef\ to the to keep yourself from .being talked

George A. Collin, real estate brokerof stomach. Brings out pM,'w*lIte mat- about, is to be there. Then you are
Jacksonville was a prominent visitor Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Onstine, and ter you never"thought: was in your safe. Bradford County BankBradford

to Starke Thursday. Mr. David Phillip, of Cleveland. Ohio system. This excellent intestinal eva- In the evening, he will speak on

were entertained at the Presbyterianmanse cuant Is wonderful for constipation.Sold "Nothing." You are welcome to .hear. County' Financial Stronghold

Meidamo. W.- L. Wall, J. :M. Brown- last Wednesday and Thursday by all leading drug-glut. him. .-
Established 1889 STARKE, FLA"FRILEtY

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___ JANUARY 22, 1926.
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'8 88888I of milk. This is 1,172 gallons for the -

[): nine months or un average of 130 -

Farmers and [): gallons"While per this month.much better than the Florida's Best
g,, average" produttinn for Florida : For Thirty Years
: cows. *uys John M. Scott, animal
industrialists of the Experiment Station -
- -- [):- in commenting on the record, "it

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE L):: is bv no means an unduly, high rec IDEAL BRANDS are made from choicest materials proportioned -
E ord. :Many Florida cows should be so as to give steady and continuous growth. They are madeto
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND producing much more than they arc fit Florida! crops and conditions, and our complete plant and

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY I now producing. Better breeding feed :'- railroad facilities enable us to make prompt shipments. How-

p' inK and care will help to get increased ever, congested traffic conditions make it advisable to place
11e.nrrrflflOC ================
_,_. "
p rrrrrrrerora Ln..a. a=cacc =============. production. I
._ your order early forIDEAL-
MANY MADISON AND However, wo cannot all sell our land,
oK.\) !.OOS.\ CLL'B BOn at big prices Only u small propor.
\\EI1VNK ACCOUNTS I tion of our farms will sell on the basisof MADE, XVTIU'fI01'GENT FERTILIZERS

,subdivision pri'II. and, not farm IN DEMONSTRATIONVOKK i
<;nint-s\ille FIII.-One of the things I land prices.'
We are now prepared to quote prices on your spring require-
I Tallahassee, Ma.-;Miss :Mary A.
I").'M in club work me urged to d,1 | It seems to me tliat too, many of
- iu, to tiirt and, keep a hlnklccount.. us are just idling our time away in Stcnnis has been made extension I' ments.WilsonToomer.

lenders in
boys xhoiild make a profit on their! .> than going to work and making some state home lonionstrtition department Fertilizer
club woik anil the Ivst possible use crops to help supply. the demand for ; if the State College for Wom Company

of this profit i" us a bank account 1 food products", in tho xtute- and incidentally en. She Huoeeedt Mrs. Eva: Uichnnl-

where It can be drawing interest : making some good money for I anti ('ulle ', who resigned to put homo Manufacturers of Meal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA
A bunk account has a tcndam-y to : ourselves I''MI"; -". demonstration theories into practicein

make: t the flub boy feel that he is | I If I rend the signs alright, there her own home Established 1893

rutting Mf'nll'wh'r"ln,1 that he i 1M i is going to 10,. n mall production of Miss Stcnnm H u graduate of the

a responsible. tlti/i-n. sonic impoitiint Florida crops this Mississippi State College for Women S

Reports uf club boys in Madison, I year, particularly truck crops, and antI received her master's degree at -----, _._- -
and Okuloima) counties for I W!):,!!'), turned tlio man who has Home for sale Isgoing George 1'enliody Collptrc. For five .
I into state hU 'K' dub! leader, R. W.Blniklock ( to reap piofitv years she was home demonstration .'.\HlJmII.En: TO TUEAT -
show that n very large I The population of Florida has increimseit worker Mississippi.: Sho also SEED: AM:. LOST TO 1USKASK: I Plies Cured, la 6 to H Days No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll

percentage of these boys have bank by thousands, upon thousands: worked for a few months In Ken. ,, DruitiHitt lo cure Ilihmn.n-funil mltnpr.If Hlrrilmil PAlM OINTMENT or Prnuuillnil rails children troubled with Worms have ao on

accounts. All but two of the cot I in the last two years All of these tut'ky as nutritionist with the Ke] Ocala, Fla.-A Marion county cabbage I caa Pile. !Inmantly restful Bleep rcllrvn sfuT Itching lIot appliialloa.Dip, nod rule healthy there color U which more or Indicates less stomach poor blood.dUtuibaooa.GKOVE and u a.
Crofl..., and in 1920 and 1921 did grower called his county agentC. lie 'S TASTELESS chill TONIC
ton club boys M.idisun: : county nn- neui'Diners have to. "nt three mcaU sonic ', given regularly
the Interesting Y. W. C. A. work in It Iliatt, to come and see what \vacwrong for two or three weeks will eorU-h the blood. '-
Bwereil "yen" to question, "Have a ilav. At tho same time the very
the dljtestloo and General
prove act aa a StienitUi
with his cabbage Mr. Iliatt
yon n bank account ?" Among those din'lion of imps has not I increased. Florida. HELP FOR OLD FOLKS eninU Tonic to the whole system Nature will then
went and this is what he found. ((1) I
eI throw off or dispel the worms, and tbeCblld
will be
Madison county cotton club boys an- In fait for the year liU:; it was> lower
I HINTS:' 10 HOUSEWIVESWeekly : a big area In a 20-acrc field where lit perfect Iiealto. Pleasant to take. OOo per bottla.
IIwl'rllllthlH question in the affirmative than for tho preceding year Th..roIwv'r
the cabbage were dying. The leaveswere 'Old Age!' Shon'dIIolIimty: ; i :Not a ,
are Dick lInker, John F. Wil- was a time when II better market J
I Home Demonstration Specialists !- turning yellow and dropping. Time! of Sickness and Suffering./
lion, Wlllh'rV.. Shaw. L. L. Peck existed for Florida farm products.Some .
'l'allahassccGARDENING ((2)) Some of the plants in one cabbage I Renew Your Health
Jr., and Raleigh Ragans, of Madison; of us may regret that we bed likewise dying but Too many pi"< pie begin to suffer at
hugh Williams Willie :McCulIougli, idled our time away trying to sell our middle age with constant backache' ,
Russell I Hi-nderson, Cordon Hender places making( some f profitable crops. plants in the remaining beds seemed urinary ills> and rheumatic pains and by PurificationAny
son, and Cecil Jatkson, of lee;. nndJ. If the family garden is a success it perfectly healthy. ((3)) The seed on I aches. Weak kidneys are usually the
It Sale, of Ixivett.Okaloosii PLANT SEED NOW HAVE DILL is usually plunncd and in many instances this diseased bod" came from n different cause nnd(I, if neglected! there Is danger -
tton dub boys TO USE!' JN P1LKLE3: LATER madu by the women and children source than that where the healthy of hardened ortl'r t.", dropsy gravel physician will tell you that
county plants were produced. I or Hrnfht's disease Help your "}>cl'f"ct Purification of the! System -
after I the heavy work of preparation ,
having bank accounts at the end of
Aru you planning to make dill\ Hero of diseased weukenyl kidneys wtih u stimulant diuretic is Nature foundation of
has lieen' done by the man of was a plain case
the HlU.'i! :!:; were It. V. Steele, Aul. !
year before kidney disease gets a
)pickles when cucumbers will be plentiful seed. "
Perfect Health.
ton Stokes. Clearence Fll'Il1inlAI.- the family. During the new year let plants originating from firm hold! use Doan's 1'ills. Thousands Why not rid
vin Kilpatritk i Calvin Kilpatrick i and during this (coming IIprinlIt us dignify the out of door work. such' There were evidently two diseases of old folks r< e mmond Doan's. yourself of) chronic ailments that
not why not? These are some questions Wo have causing the loss, black-rot and wilt Here is Starke '
Porter Cults, of Laurel Hill ; Flavioux as Hardening. cannot a prrof: are ;milermininjf your vitality
Hullo nnd Aubrey Hilton i of Baker; I' asked cucumber growers by healtful family without plenty oflere'n or "yellows." Organisms: of both I Chns. Crutchfleld. farmer, says: Purifyoiir entire sj.stfin! by taking
Dr. E. W. Burger, entomologist of raw, and cooked vegetables. these diseases are carried on the seed, "I can hardly describe the misery I
Walter Hilton of Gallixcr; I DouglasStccle ) a. thorough; course Calotabs,
endured from lame buck When I
State Plant Board. Now is probably taken the simple
I'lun to have round and nnd if this had -
of /ni.uKmnn. T. A. McCullum a year permanent grower twice week for
; lifted it felt as though :lonuone had -- a good time to sow dill seed of treating the solution
J., of CrcMvii-u'; and J. C. Franklin, in order garden. Own a garden. Size precaution sruik' a knife into my back. I was 'eks-antl s"o how Nature re-
that \
have dill for
you may does not matter partirulary, and it for 15 minutes not only would he I three'
()if Falco, Ala.! nearly past going. gut un vuras with health.
The list of Okl.ioonu: corn club hoys flavoring the? picklesben the time is not necessary that you hold a legal saved himself this loss, but he would l times at right to rass the kidney! secretions. ;you
having bank is ('0111"1<. deed to your garden. Once you dig have kept the infection( out of the IJonn's Pills from Turner'sDrug (f'alotnl are the greatest of all
accounts composed of
of (sIte c-ottoli club members andnlsu Young dill plants growing from the soil yourself and sow the seedyourself seedbeds and his fie his. These places ,| Store, cured me of the trouble. ''I ,system: purifiers. (Get a family
many seed) sowed during November have rendered! unsuitable for paohj) :t', containing full directions
seed! now cab-j : -
begin to are
:Moody, .\rnol,1,I of Laurel Hill once your naIl
; Price !fiOc at all dl'o I'rs. Don'tsimply
stood n cold of 21 degrees I F. without II other belonging to the price So: cts. trial
Irvin Richards> of (Gulliver; and OreHa germinate and grow and to thrive Under | bage or plants ask for a k'dmv r'medy-Iet, ; package,
injury. :Seed:; wowed now, provided it is work in. cabbage family. Thus it is hard to I 10 cia At drug store. (Adv.
Weed, U. L. Brooks. and O. U. ;your\ cure your own I Doan s PIlls-the nmi that Mr. any )
Moore, of Baker. planted on lit-h "soil, diligently cultivated weedini nnd catering, then the garden -) estimate what the total loss may be. i I Crutchfielil had. Foster-.Mtlburn: Co., I IMire. i
---_. _-.---- and fertilized should! produce i h yours and all the 1 beauty i i like these may bo multiplied I ., Buffalo, N. V -Use the Telegraph Want Ada
J (!. lI'IliCi; ; JACKS DONT matined dill in :May, if not earlier. At around, is yours. The sweet scent j with crops such as cucumbers' I -

GET: VERY: FAR ALONG all eventsthat was Dr. Ilerger's experience nnd the birds songs, the shadows I eggplants, peppers, and watcrmelon'.1
with dill seed planted during cm the hillsides\ of ,noitlicin Florida The wise farmer will ;

The jumping jack goes through a December or January, a year ago. and the breeze in the palm trees of ] utes and 50 cents as insurance' against "Could Better Fertilizer Be
lot of motions, but outside of pro\id-.! Dill is probably at its best for southern Florida wherever you are diseases that can bo so easily eliminated. -I' Made?

ing amusements, it doesn't accomplish' flavoring purposes when harvested in Florida, you may own n beautiful |I '

anything.;: just us Homo of the seed begin to landscape., Let us nuike the habit of l S We Would Make It"
:Some faimeis I Know arc just like upen.hen) hurvcttting dill it is enjoying pictures in nature while I HAMILTON:. HONOR:. ROLL I

,jumping* jatks. They are continually i best to pull the plants' up by tht'!> roots the gardening work l Is being uccompliahoiJ. -I ,
hopping from one thing to another and then allow them to cure (dry) In !. After the garden is startedit Seventh grade--Howard Moore, I SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS

in an effort to find some easy way 1 n shady )place before using. All partsof takes little more time than for the ) Raleigh HrannonMarvin Williams, I "Time Tried! and Crop Tested"
to make money nnd a In ing. As u thu plant may be used. I "daily dozen." I Ray Williams, Nathan Keene New PKICE LIST of regular brands just i Issued Get same before placing
rule like -- Eighth: grdc--Freeman Va1l.C. order Send orders for future
jUIIIpill1ja'k", such farm. now requirements save delays and be ready
I.'J.ORW.COW PRODUCES For Hardens in North Florida.
-rs lI..dnlln"l'olllpli"h. very muth. I I T.. Lav,home, teacher.Poor when fertili/er is needed. Transportation I is sloW' and may be worse.
131)() GALLONS MILK PERlON'I' January-Cabbage- collards, lettuce, S
Right now a good many farmers arc QUALITY first, FAIR prices, Prompt Shipment.
nr>t thinking about farming at all II FoIL :NINE: : MONTHS: : mustard, onion sets, tomato sued, tur- I Aim
They) are thinking about selling their Gainesville, Fin.-Another Floridacow nips. "Something to kill "moths? Have I'!I i E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
luces and l"c'bi'uary-l3eans, cabbage, cantaloupe you tried moth balls ? I
] making that
money Lundscur's Florida Queen, during work. lou Jacksonville, Duval County Florida
have parrots, collurd, cucumbers, "Sure-but they
They jumped! from wuY'j the past nine months has been "
something else.I demonstrating/ the fatt that is Is pos potatoes, lettuteonions> spinach. see, I couldn't hit them.

don't blame a man for selling sible to get good milk production from 1\Iurl'h-April-Beans, beets, cantaloupe --- --- --- -- --- -- -- --
idace if he gets\> an offer for two hiS// cows bred, ruined and fed in Florida. i carrots, collurds, cowpeas> cu- ..lIJIi :1: -&-
three times what the place Is Queen was bred, and raised at the | rtimliern, eggplants, English peas, po- -

"s a farm, II good,! part of the Florida Experiment) Station. Sho was tntoeb okra, onions, pumpkin, squash

tdderntlon 1 to lie in cash. 1'<1 sell born May :SI! I I SMS.\ She freshenedon I tomatoes, turnips, watt'rmnelon. "

}i.ic: if I tiiuld get an offer for I'on'j: :March 21!, 15t2! :!;,. and went on test ;May-Beans, cantaloupe, collanU, _.UJtz; '

"hkh11" plainly much' more April 1. 192;;. From April 1 to December cowpc'iis cucti itiber. tKSrplant, okra,

the 1'1111''n.. worth as farm land. 31 she. produced' 10,083.1 Ib,. I pumpkin, l squash, sweet potatoes, toiniitoes .
watermelons. '

I' June-July-Belin., cabbage, seed!, .

Changed Methods in Handling Milk celery seed, copeas. eggplant squash,
I sweet potatoes, tomatoes, wntermel

r. ons.AUlCuRt-H'ptl'lI1b..r-n'un", cabbage Years Of Unused Mileage
I cantaloupe, carrots, cowpeus, cucumbers -
collnrds, eggplantpotatoes, A guaranteed used Ford car, purchased from any Authorized Ford

II I okra, onions pumpkins, spinach, tomatoes Dealer, Is a good Investment.

I turnips.NovemberBeets. Ford cars accepted in trade by Authorized!' Ford Dealers and offered
I ,'albalenrrots, as guaranteed!' used cars are thoroughly reconditioned and backed

spinach turnips.Deeeniber'abbage. You can buy a used Ford car from an Authorized Ford Dealer with
collards, lettuce assurance that it will give you thousands of miles of good performance. .
Ills knowledge of Ford value and his interest in Ford cars
mustard onions.
him the best the
and Ford owners makes nun in community with
For Gardens in South Florida whom to deal.

January-Beans, beets, cabbage
A email cash payment will get you immediate delivery of a guaranteed
.- collard, eggplant seed, potatoes, lettuce used Ford. The balance can be puid in small monthly payments!'
"I. >' "H''h. ,....,,110" tafrr
; "i j i rft amI r tanttary art *
'Ml i.( I ,ftp vfId fAi-r. ir "V' Ajtrmfuf, bai'trna In miJTA /*. mustard, onions sets, spinach, And when you are ready to buy a new!' car, you are assured a fair
I'' WAitS >* lire 6"" '...... tomato seed, turnips. trade-in allowance from your Authorized Ford Dealer

to""I; h do Ih,- r. clalMi i I..f ito. 1 niii-il M.itos pay I every day and Just before milk.Inrr. corn, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots,
la i tol'', t I. I I.. .. ti 11 ii L In milk.' In prof- loose particles of dirt are hrunheil cucumber, eggplant, potatoes, let
.. '
c i : 11\ pin ai. ,tie anH\\or to iff. or. when tho cow Is clipped ,
tuce okra seed'
onions pepper pumpkins
Ihuii 'ii 1"I'I""I.II\CNOf1. H 'Ipeil off with a damp cloth Small
spinach" squash- tomatoes, wat-
lag I' I I lllllV 1'1 oIu'ts, tOllI1mli 'lop nil"! pnlH are use,! to receive
..1 I :N "\\. \ "rk" lureinly!I met milk from the t Itll i ..1. of t'lo :-I1.Llu .\/ riu'iiI. milk pulls, milk cans, milking machines April-Beans, collards, corn cow-
1.lrlll I lx'"Hi! nf' Ht. ..ilton with the. I and Hoparators ore thoroughly peas cucumbers, eggplant, okra, 1
1-cpni nfnl or t"i rois nfl :Markets, sterilized' after each milking.
r.nd II.' I'ulli!! ,uo of Agriculture" at pumpkins, squash, sweet potates--
Tho froMi-drawn milk Is Immo.
fir ): .r'.rl.II'1:1 Slit matoes.
: i iii OI'.I-MU II
dlatcly rtmocil to the cooling tank
The bru-tvuil ii"lilt, I IM 1 Ins lined hero It Is cooled to a temperature J\Jay-II..ans, cowpens, corn, egg.
inoro end m'"io 1 n i a 1 h..i, ts l r..r. tlotari.ilnlnff of GO degrees to 60 decrees I'ahrr-n. plant, okra, pumpkins, squash, sweet
how nuirli 1 per po, n.l n licit. potatoes, tomatoes.
firmer !I.. to )l'o pil.l for Ills tnilkClottltii ,
June Beans- seed
tlio I ' given npuro ir.pimt ml'ii: i i or. ilolUr or tile condonHcry, the name PH- seed l. cowpens, eggplant, pumpkin,
unntullv to l iiclo *-' it'> .< .1.111)\ "- tnmo, sanitary precautIons prevail. squash, sweet potatoes; tomatoes, ,
irti-n. Pulrvniipn. linn.., i's '. .,rc White Kirbedorkert who havopiBHoJ watermelon. a !
aLIve to tills illusion .uvl v 1", re' the Inspection, who observe .\u lI.t.S'pt"mber-B..nn, cabbage
milk proilmod.. In in' i' 11, I p.u> i rules of .,.'rM"n,1 cleanliness seed, cantaloupes, carrots. I
IK well hMrlcna. In tho cowpeas a
the Intonw from th rirn.. ,
sanitary rrei I'ltlo-. ; i comfileto "i-. -- of milk und milk products, go about collnrds. cucumbers, eggplant, English Ii
taken to ItiMiro low 1.1. < i I" i l I' ,,niin thilr titles .rnl''nlly' and I Intelligently peas, potatoes, lettuce, mustard i
the milk.I'reruutlona. Immediately ufli-r the pus- onions, pumpkins, spinach, squash, tomatoes
start at Ho l.erlnnln': tc-urUIni; of little milk It Is. bottle, turnips.

tit milk production nnrl,, ....num.' .. aim.! rar-ppd. The date of bottling .Ii D'embt-r-Oabbage, collards, let-
clear through until the tune 1.11' milk uttiped on the rap and.J the milk Is tuce, mustard, onions.
1* In the bands of tho <''on 'umerTo usually sold before 3t hours have S
begin wit),, properly \ < mtliu>ili II cljpncd.J since puBteurlilnff.VHiat By purchasing fertilizers of high
.,i>Blly rloanoil stables aro pro\lpil,| ; \ a difference over the old. analysis, a farmer can fret a desired
plenty of bedding la given the cows; time! methods of handling mllkt
quantity fertilizer. Why pay the
platform are built the right !.,njflh to It Is these changed methods In
freight and bother with hauling* and
accommodate the particular of
breed the handling of the nation's milk
caws ". :t Ire kept; the gutter In buIlt supply that has swelled the Indlvliliidl distributing tho extra filler in low-
v Mi .<:1.,1,1 deep: the animal chppra consumption of milk to more analysis fertilizers, when it It plant ----
about 'Us udder and Hanks period\ than SI Ballon* utr yea.r. food you are after r

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"I'm not a connoisseur e-f pasfy ComA. J. Tilli. antI Sallie Tillm, his wife, ant*. anti that (II la bollmred ly-: tht I complainant -. elliot and --- - --

r J. V. Hilton J. M. Jon.,. Andrew Aoaon,, / that Iho remove cloud Ih..lm titus
but I don't with about "om.t d" Inn nmti-il milt are n. follow.
agree you ..
I ilirtMin aol! MotIle IWIII
LtJhdQ.- C. I. N. GI..nn bin wife. In thiproperty ( euit. and '1'ho rnctlnnal
I women. For instance I think.a woman \ tiibmtn \\m \\ aline* "Ih..n. SimonJolinaon I eomiilninnnt allivia, dopa f not know and T of Sietion W.
c- : Tonnihlp South 21 I Fanl .
I: .n" t
1 exrri
Cathirma H .
; i is much more charming as the Mitchell, >lly Datd Taylor Itanry bs diliKint m' irc1! and ,lnqulr hnii not teen thiSouthwrnt quorler of Die Northwest

< add their wealth erf knowledge.wit. K. loch, "..J.I"Ella T Shufton, .John J. Bach. H. nblo an i-rtmn uliither any of t th. :I'fetI- i. in. IhiiMif nhleli' laniln mibiacn l'ts Qla.3. 4.
years Mele-y *: I lt" ..JtInit' i U nnin uhon" nvidinco I. nllmvd an unknown il toad D. of acId Mellon

> ::1 philosophy and wisdom Flappers Johnmm. nml HUnheth: Jnlmnon, h,. .I., 'I"i t. .1. nd or alive. and l it I li nlltvul lit' lit. nnd nlm Ih..t half of I..hl.I .I anil, 1'n.1 H rurmr I. .1 I Tucker Jacob 1 l"Imnnnt hln aworn bill of that tf I llu i ..
I. Northmat ,
I 'I.I.lnl. uuaitir said
an' Irl'lluting-like the measles. ( j> anil l <; M* wife. lip boltixin thi.. .r ivclion,
'. .. 1..I..t. nation I an iKnuiiiK iti, ".hi'S, in thiMild t.utmhlii nnd ranvcW
zllltflJJ I : :Mitchell who had 1 t .Ititruiird .1 ,",H. ImrU.* A. iroinrty llnuhi-.l In I Ihin nuit. Wlt'tiottint'a INFS8 I .V. Alkins
thought Hllio "h. .
Sl1t1P1 II itli'nim'jo.i ,\ M. ,nnd,, I A. n"no.Iln 1.
cal and ,
t uluwo .1"
rimdinro .
'all 1o'n. \1'mn1 eran- ole nli- C: yv. ,
G n.. e'l'rl mil theuli
;L. ndrmttc-1 I that she VVHR USIPU; nil of 1 nnnmtr hi* .tf. anal Gretn i known to and i In I ,

'I :< I her wlI Its tt' attract the !> 'Juntr m'iI T If'' Clarkmn Hrtmn. Ulelianl P (J. Mill Huri.Kou i It.,..C1..k.. .. Mr....ii.M"I 1 Icr.V.*:.. [I lot I Inf.yen la prnytd her'"a.complmnant" ntinlnnt firm :toil niich coin knonn>ratii.nii nnd nt.I bill.. 1111. ,tl I -t ,iMh I I limn Inn.' ,of.t In 1..n'I'I h.'rlly'(. '.W.,,f V.Stnrki Al n.lirilVIXNi Inl.'. rl.>." ..

I sieian. Shewi< tvpi'.il of I the mnle'if < ,'wltrt Orin I E \\ tIlt,.,'. .lam* I I' HoHh. 'I I I II I K:IEt.U :. I It In onliud' I hal I pentonnnnmnl SUM.I
lt t'l'rk.|
v ''dcliutanU. with all ofa 1 rnncin,. I I Ht Id. ,MI"'. Hi-own. F J. Tklil K ordi.r i If l Imnit, mid I.I iliad. nil I II. K. KNK1IIT $
inc m iniici isms
a'bthg] thA \ / C. I Ilhb..I. lohn It l.ik.ti. KIH : '. ,. elnlminff' inl.. S..I Itur for I.k. FI".hll. .
< :>> Coiitfejoi: I ,. I flaikniin anv nnt bv utiilor or (iiinplniniint. I. j '.1 i 22.NOVICE .
: \ \ / I flapper. > .P hitch Annl. .1..1 lie nnlil ilifindnnt*. afrieiI.. iln. I 1---- -

;>1l: a uew wllie ... 'N4.. -, : "Aeiording to that then, you eviiKiitb tl lark*. Jiriv. J. M If. Girhard Muute, I.and>\ 1,tilth inline i '.l I.. rhnid,. JI. I or ..olhirwlm. l wlmnp niinif. nnl. air that. al nitli pi.raona.nee !,I Iuhtniniiovii -IIn :

.b : don' think is done for wif.. Juibtrt lot p. Ihrni.rd iMckmnn Kmlly 1 uro nlliiTitl In I :
t a girl unknown t. compluitmnti CI'.II I C.I.t. llrmlfonl Couno. I l'h! .nil,*.
tHekmnnfllirltn Pipkmim n'H'I Christinthi i nd i nil porriottii ... nnmn I. nllcuid ktloin (Chnncir, :
llluslttalzd: Iby 'PaullWbinson lJoJI hen she /gets married 1 this eagerly' I'okmnn. K luunupml I hum in. H.-i'kinn, t:. I whoBo, riKiikncL I la bpyond the sinto, of.Florldn K Knliihtc'oniplnlimnt..

$ rll rllCap.I" 1\\ "\ <>u'ie much too clever to thinK S. ,, ,tI..h.: Vnunt Htillit-. A.L.tI."rth.: hm wife., I Itluil.flOe,. IK or a. inti.n-ati. .l I In tlmt cprtninIlici .

'" Ittl bv PuMUbara ialtinaiii ....,4s.BAlcuIGj'oN such thing yourself," (th' mciit J. N"t.n. tI": t.. 1'n.lHilt Mr.0"1.. C p.Lrn I'n I I Ii t...ln.1 pmcol toiitils of.. iir.ipirty.'.. of Klnit Horltlu, and. tl, t'ln., I fit'njiimln vaI Kiln vt al,
iritt >V. H. .m ti. Auron H" ist.. \v. II i
r .
nn il lipfvniliinia
t 'sweied "a woman i isn't worth talki I. :
PIERcE; 1 erflow. loflpth' I I..n..n. S K t.iii'llm-r; N. 'riu. Soiitlmt !' 'lo tin I, : ; ,
folblnn known
Sniithinn ami uiikii.iii, .
I I-"UL.1TI-tcel Lentenne 'the tent nt vouI I i UH:' to until she's been married\ had H HIUMI.nun. \ \\ Mn. .i... .lard" U Illlanm. i I In t. tf Nortbtntt 'Iun."lt'r"'.. In.r lot, 'llilrtjlwoTiuiwlnp qunr- ft.ndmitft, I in thit nlum at>'|pil cmut,, .. I I, .:

" GiVES .\ S'ITIIIO 'ii\ I i will want cocktails I suppose and so j i i some affaii which has fired I herheuit I...HIM. t' Im'h..1,' I W. .1..ln..I..1 T K Mur- I '1 I.: Six I in). Mimth Knniti' rwmiy- Millnrd t I !". Itrt.wn. llenjattiin Kit' *'. i.i ..ntty,
do I for that matter. "the t I.n. K ". .n. 1. \\'. Jh 1..I.n. n'ln.. 1.. ''t". 'tnt: rnnt I Viilm .l I. Shlpmnn llonry : I If n ivo.'nud .
i complained' and her Until then 'l'ul..I.
1 IIt '
se-nscs. I"'fl"n. W \ ., I.. Wal., ,i 1 I'" I I. the saul of comulnlnt., on If .dim! I. tlii-lr ,", ""' 1., .1.l ', ..
It was whilove wore at borukfi with a grimace, 'but we 1 penple who she'" flagrantly' shallow not we'll ,if. I II ". *'r i In ...1... arc. al ""'loss 1 > | .r .1 I I., f.11"1.. ,. Hint dny 11:. 1..I..nry. A. l> i I loKtitiiti or U 'fltltvi. not to nil' pi'muni. I Imtintf'or ..

'" that we first discovered that Ellen I sing are bound hand! and foot \body I' rounded, un' anv vital lubjl'l't-'lInd I tht.m"I.lno.l.Stnt. '". of tin l' I hat kn"w.thiu l i.nv complainant|,.mon, In ,. 1''- ",i and clnlln in din.or mump Inliront hirh d l.ri".. \.MI nnil nnd, ,t'I t inch upulmttMr a r'r claiming diHcrilad' an> IntoriHl i in I llu I lamln i hut: :,n.

Daniels hal' changed her nil me. This and 1 soul to this mint" capricious of lacking I the I capacity! of feeling any tin, MI.i v ici lr KiihiHH na ui.. uhom unuld I \t.I mayuf thp nlunn ili.ncrilutl tnllda, :i iII C,reallnjtiitoll

she had done upon her arrival in all the nits" deep emotion I Hvi>ry experience) thru .I 1.,0 I thp hot nil ft I in,fiMidutita.IroUmcd t I'y iltlur ti,: i|I.f.ninnl,,. Bind you. bill ...1 I'll I.k'n im ...r..d I I.\'bo nnd Mild inrh nppiar of )"n In.fore u. I hinly I tin I J "ut'i. quitd, of

Paris several veins before when she "You mean you never' e'ycii take a whichou, pass, Sallie, vvil adorn your the nnmt',l di.r'nd.n' art inli I ted In I th*i I 11 I in rurl.r or'Ir..d I Ihnt I I lila t'n'I'r lip \pal I t Im Clixuit ('ourL uf II,,. Kliihlh, .1 In.

had begun to stuily' for her operatic|' /glass of wine ?" I asked in surprise, peisonalit'llm applies to a person I roprrly. In.nll', suit .anti coutptnlnniit j llnhotl once ntmk fin. foul' oiinwiCUIUipoka' 'lillilnl I CIoll of lit,, Sluto' if 1'1.1., I. tt nI I
that ho dom' not knmand ti dll.Kpnt f .
al..w. in I DIP llrnilfnril foitnly wnkly .i "" ( ".nntf )Klurldn t ..riiidnrif .
areer "yyh.v I thought Grand Opera singers! j I i with ehariic.Vus it Boinaid/ I Shaw .n.h nnd Inquiry him, n"t been alto to anc I mnnpnpir, of Clonetiil olrll.l.n., .iiubllnhid Jnnuiir) V. I li t. UUtl. at I thi. .point lniu,_i. ,innld
were wined and dined minute. "'iti.iti uhrilur nnof the I, i,nlil d,.f,'nditntawluwi In Sinrko. Hrailfonl I rity. In I thu I I nf .. t ,.
"At home I just Ellen." every who said charm was that thing which i : y ..1 t''rk. 1.,1.1" toiiinuti
was plain .' i : ::i\I:\:: ; :
I nx ii ' tr piece of biMlnmfi I I.i VVilm t tn thp I ,, o JudHi or thp nnitl nuirn of to txhlltttlitk.nlnttt ,
she explained "1111<1 I did quite a few I rather connect them_ somehow with I i i I it.'oU had it nothing else matteied nl.1 l .HH unknowt., U deal or alive or In ('i,mill, Court nnd (.,. offirlnl i nml of llu. ('li,rk you I by I itiiniilninanl. I llu. IIH\U| u

things under own name but 1 wish I marvelous liner parties and festiveehampairne. and if you didn't have it, well nothing .','n. or not an,) I I in nlliuid In Clue 1 of thin, Court flu ..1 ,. bin nlltnnlliritliin ,.im'ImI) CMUnitho .. 1
my 'ri. hut nf ..111'1. nt lad ft tul.mM t htIh"1' I tin. .loth I,. dnj f I'.nlh. A. l). 1t125. Itiiulfonl C''" ''y n wtilily
you could see my father who is also I elsematteied (.ither1" we both smiled ni I't' ,11. ,fum fimi I nnd OO.lm.Olh". I i itirtDtttl I ( 1 'u N j m.wnpnpi" 'i' .iulillnbi-d' in if ,

my manager/ over here. 'Kllen,' he I "The-v're quantities of dinner 1)11'I / I at the paradox "No" he continued ; ;. In lit,* xtiid' in. .|,: : .\.>l\id In thin (lurk W.I'I'.I. llritd-'' Ilindfont t'mints, '. loridll,,I.. horiby,' iliblunMtid I ,c.'I.-
I nuit w hnr non'i'. its t,r i pltt'o of H..II i fun) I.'lorldnV l n i.. Hi t n.u.pinu'i' In which thIs nat .. nhnll
said 'is a good naiiic for a school I ties all iiKht and! plenty ot wine. "mniiiage isn't the same overwhelming 1".ln., sn I in unin.; st. ,, rn and ,' nnid S. (r.VVSSollntor C.I.'Y. I hi. "piilllnhril, r.r f-ur rs'cuI, vt. fho

mistress or a ftminc-cle-chtimViio but You're right thcie. But, for everyone I I I pioposition itv (s in our Mil rtlliff i. 1'.y.1 t .triinvt .,icIt Kntun and tmipUinnnl 1.I.M.I.I \ Inoile dittinl' ..d I in, mud, "I of romiilllliit ..1litbiltd .

except the binder. She not euilv' mn't (.iiaiidmother's; d.t t Thank (!od 1 In- unknonn drfi'ndnntHIlIPKMOKr lit! tilt-I ion In .,.10 nlm\p nt>litl irntina .
for a singer :Mon lieu e'est I > 1 .
inilitn-' I l I : It IB onltrrd I hot nil p<.nntwfirms I 'tlllt'E' bv ,',1 .II.I'.nl.I II" tl. to ,utl|
siblel'! she continued imitating h!>r I but has I I liitiv in .t.I..n. I If iniMtftiu In, ."" Court. Rruilford lorhliIn Ihin-from I IM an 'owil'Hnulh
French instructor 'can imaginetaking to be eu.illv careful about ]''it gives her a new alertness and 1 clear- o .I'n. or not rl' (.llly. .
you I In half
i \ I tlii'ii to hiit ir., i unknimtihtim ( ryI NtilhiMMitilnrlpr of H.'ct- 'Ion
the part of :Manon under the her diet and l." she hesitated, ei pel'(-option." tit.\.Ittt., liKitttH H. ...i.. HurriwHomor ". (..", II. lunnahlp$ Mouth, lluiluo '1 rant: 'lylnu and

I ing for the right word, "oh sellreh'j' Itwtga.r and all luiMunw. firm, and coriKtititlonn ( nmpluinnnta I-Inl In tlindfiml! (County. I l'ltlla.
name of Ellen Daniels ? No, from "flint's all very well fur :\J r. Other. tm\lnir I or any itiurtut, l' \ II'II'"H.: 'Iho i lion, ,..r"h".1''.inn.

now on you shall be Ll>m"ynellhyeH I other dis iplltiun. For instance, slw :'Ilan's wife but would you fc-cl! the und to I tlioMt' PI'rtnln olnlmh'l 1.1. re..,,. or lola ofland \Illinnt Jolina et nl.I.I .1,,tlg' I. f,. 1. ,1h'.n., Clerk "1"1 I lie

that has mid, went. to the subii-ct of dietinn"three' ] I l h lnw nnd Iwlntr In Unulford county i fiMiilimla nifll of I tliin, ,,,,'1 I II Ih. Htarko' I I.i.'r.I
Lemoyne euphony same WILY about it if you wen- marlied' Stnit* of I"lorUlu, 1 knoun und, <"|icrl! ,>' romance but Ellen, neviar, please dome < more pounds and it would te That's the age-old quest ion." vie : | 'lo llm known .,,.I unknown ,hC'n.lln., I In
favor of !letting heir inotenue for me to sing :Minn in Lall"henw' I I foiwaid I riu Si "inrtor, of nithwmt I I. tilii.". atylnl cilUHfl h..wl. V\ .. .1.I"n, I "tA: 1.1) clirk.
not He Ifuneel nut .Ih.n.t ,
a ever mo Why du "
nt "a. 1 .V. m..h... 1'.nl..1' I.ynu,. nllM nnil. If l I' I C Shut, .. I
: Ur Sitt rmuttrn 'It'I i i KNHHII. 1'1..1.10
that name again !1' So now itV Lt-rn-/ I wonder vyhy wu stiekIiariy. know, but 1 was vitally interested m nf N"lhc." on t |uut for. ,und, N.rlh.1: Phi Nmlh t tiitirt| <'riff ilintl I. thih t iinknowit li'i,, tie, I I..,.. Iegal.t I, lila tv, |>,.rnim U Jit.rt.I.2V.

oyne Danielle, All my friends l call Somctiso I'd love to kick over I th.'a he would answer that tItlestion. Nurthutwi. iiiin,'i or. ncI H<'"Ih..t .,u..lo" or, ifinntiiw: anil tu nil..pirminn linvlnit, n'i,I

me Lemo.vne," she eoncuuded, "and the traces with bang.. \nrlh\\tHt titin|, I i''r. and I **< nthvr' .t fiuarli'r .h.c.ih..I.'h.hnil. nny ''1..1 1 1.,0. 1"'I.r.r Nnn l< II ':
or Nortln I
not .
.I..rh.| r St-ctliin" Tvi''niy.'l'itr.oI
of the delighted Better bo mc'iry with the fruitful (Jit t Ain 1 CrtHttnuii mVitt I In t't nciilt t'urt. iiruufunl
course prcss-aifents were "1 myself contemplatematiimcinv ; tlu No.I. can never 1'1..11.
than sadden 1 I< after none or < r. .I (t24)). alec Mini of >.u nin t honliy rtiiulnMlIt 1 I" Climtnrry.
grape .
T..I.oo. '
10..1. 1..1. .
over a picturesque name I hi ttei 1 l ifmi,. llu .1 tuilia nt the
he said slowly "with Tin .... nppinr M n. LuttKfunlConiplainnnt.
( i I I. tut l ultlu rf lot '1 hn p. or '
bitter f i nit. ( IIH ml I nun, of I I' lulilli Jnhrliil, Circuit
"But Ituruntrton Pierce bpoke of work it would be ruinous. hough < n tin hnsL nil. if S..h.n.t qimrttr Hr Northutht I .In. .
my ; .f I In Tor Iliiiilluril Ca.uty.
Ellen Daniels 1 remarked. "I think I'll just bo a nautral normal I I itniri| .i'. Stnloti, Tw..n".r.<. ( r) nil oftin ,F..hl.> 1'Irn1..iliiy fif l ,\ l I'. lili.'l.nt .. 'alt'l'rt ,
you as fundamentally um to use u provincial nlMiv.' beintr In .,, ,,. it. Si(01( South ..I.y 1'.I.un.y. M Smith i ,'1. al.
1 person and KO on a regular manait'!" Hanitt* 'lutntvnnu ( ) TiiHtAlflo I Iii. court house In miiil ctaty. In I III* I.WI I llofl'lldlllltMI'u .
"Only because! he thought it pos- phiase, a 'murjmg the West (21 uf tiuniltr. of St",'k... .I..t.! ti" miMivi.r nwi>.. bill ufI 'I th l ,. known und unknown ,'ta In

sible that you nntrht remember buck -piee. he suddenly had an idea pert i cent t" I thi. houlhinnl, quui hnl' of NOI.h..l Nnl.un.1 iitinrttr. I!l cnmitliiiiit.: b:1;::;:l i In nnil court In nhotoMlvliit :: Iln alMtn Ktylid Liiuni.. til-wit:.1"r"I.h"Kiilirl' M.

in America when I sariir J thingsunder "You did once I.em'yne, nnd. remember out line of thought, "I'll have Le- 't.1.1 (the 10".1".1 "onr., r or 81.rtlon Si.vtn I!i CHIMP ly com pin' in,nnl. S. C. (t'rtws. 1'1h.I Ir nllie. nml I If dind. to hln unknuwn,
/ u <.w ((71 t 'l'l, < ninirttr of NoHhinntiliiartir. T'I '. 1.01Ifu,1! t'u..lY liliurni'h' a wi'i-kly. h'I,. tli\lHtin, Itimtepi tttl I wrai,tora. nnd
that name But Barry always you had I to pamper and, coax movnu sing for you a little song I.In.'nlu..1, <",'" > Th. Sonthwmtiiimtip ,,,.1" .Il.h.. it. tliu town of Mlniki.Iliiiilfoiil ni I ..intiiin "0' I"IlK' or cliiinntur 'nny inti'r-

calls me Lemojnc!, as she meiitirmed! ."tJr'oiee for weeks to get it back' in'unlition. which expresses my sentiments exutiy. R.'h..1' "lnrl.131. Strtion 1.I"h..n:i tin' ', ii..wshI.r( ",,>, 1.1u.I...,I IH hintiy I It. nottcif tlmliinntcilus ,. tnt I II I folliiuliiK, iliHurlbid, lcIn.4retiga .
I HA.1 : TintHt i hnlf, of I h nnnrtrrthu I. wl.h .h.1 tV
H..h'n.1 .
his faraway dreamy -' You nee, it isn't vvoithit 1 I I. 11111.1.0) l for four "",'lta. 'mi nml nub, of '
name a ,
expression Rnolh..1 null 111 I r nnd I I hi. Nort Iwt i iuuuit >uu ai" required
filled, her great brown eyes. "Oh, ," concluded Harrington 1'ieree I "('ollie :Marcheta" he addressed i t. .r Nor'h..1' .11..1. R.Ion Nini.. I' I tlimrihtil I I II ".11 bil.C com- I' .I. I bo nml, n"pin'in'<. tI,,. .l, ", .r the Clr'mil -
tun ( ) : 'I ha Non hwnI I NorthVAI I I plninl I tin tlllo In ..1.1 c""I.lllall '"k. Court of I Iln. I:l Judnlal Irttult of
he's a dear" she ended and Curtlss ":\h yes but it is-" She mused "that I Lomo.vno who had just entered with -i .tun il I .", Itttfl Tin acres.10"on 'theVot r of .i"l'.. ,. ullit. .nIl, I ritunxo clou,) thirifiom 0 rat a.r.llvi ., i the, S.".. ot 1"I..h.1'I.hlh" nml fir Mni.lfor.l

and .I exchanged a glance I on. week was moic precious to me a tray of dainties"! want you to sing ,'.'.,, T..nty.RI. ('JO) I Xiuth:: ,.. to'Wit liulr: ,;r Snutlmiiil iiuiirtir of Suulh- (A.'''II'Y.. lloiidn M. ,at i tin. IMI. imiil m the I .fith hounii tluv!I mild nf Jiintinry

I something' lie, N.rlh\\Mt quArter nf Vorlhwrnt' n"1"ti *. 'M'it iiinrli: .r of Sect'.. 1 I. nnil I llu I Nnrlhwtwtilimrli 'Iho \tmiti it stiiilt I li.iriIo.' II county
fr = 'r. it,.clin 'r"'nly.R'n, *t.iTt llu. Northilint p anawor n
n I r nf Noitliuml ,iiunrti of Hi.rlliui' |12 I lull 1 I of loniiilnliil, ithlhitod
Without a word she came: anti, stood t niinilM, I ,. or HouthinMt "nn.I., ... un.l OnrItiurtir nil I I In luwmlilu, II S.iulh, I Iliinu,. _<) I I':IIMI. nil, I IUinir II.w".1 Kind court ly I llu. above nnnttil"UI.'
(, ncn' lot In Ntl hind corner nnd OnnU I I iintl 'hi'Inu, In ltralfrl nonl'lt -
I beside him nt the piano I I ) nci. til on Went HI.I.l of Ffint hal of VV11NISS: lIt I .- l.nn"'- (.II'V.,V /. lo.ld.. 1.1.ln""I.I Iliiidford Minly I "Iihurnph.

What was their relationship ? lJiJ 1 Hoiith l ..iixt iiurttr( .f Soiiilirni't' 'iiinrtt'. 1..1 I.n ltionty.iultt ( JHDm of 'lliln court In Ih., lily of Slnrko. Miiri 'WI
he return thp affection which she unquestionably \\,'.t hell' Nortlmprit, qtert'r. I...i ,II.. I h. mill I ilm of I IhTimlir' A I II. lli2It.t .II."I.r I I< l'.unly.,,..\ > I ,li.III ridn'nlilch. la h..Iy I dinlunnt.
tr thin
lavished. I him what Tl\t> acres In Nort' IK'nd c.rn'r. and Northj I j VI IM.KM \ N I. .| .. niitici audi
upon f \ I lit ( four ,, .
tit titir'rt h'
1'I I ,
"' t tltflri.r of Snuthwiwt, ." ( 54'rtion'rw.nly.nino i 1 1 l: .I Ch.rk.Ii '
(4'I' had she the week which had "rnl' ,1\ llu. i sent, ,.1 In .nld bill of at
by I ,
i I meant (21)\ I: KNICI'I'. Still' 'ki'. 1 lIu. t in, i,! i-alint to, coinpluint.
I been more precious to hit than all The North heIr of Norlhrni-t tiunrfir. iltogait 1.1 tr I otniiliilnnnl, 1 1.1.rI.I.2A 1 iliilil, ,11 .. nntl, roiiinvp.hl'h clutid! ""I.I"I""l nrv a. fulluwnto ..k. lx>,
hnlf .f Northwmt. qiinrti r. I Ito South : I INull.o "It .
'the enceires in tho world One voull unIt of uthwfHt ,iunri'r of "oth.n.1 iiiiar- I NOrICI: TI) DEll roits --II'IIIIH; I ; I :I L'est, half .
'l'l uf I Ihi
i not help but wonder ti'r. tho fnct 'unit, if Hotii h'ael t qurir of I Hi .NoiiluiiHl ,, 10lhw.1 qunrttr ,.f
\ '
Nor'tin.nnt .utnrl.'r. tile ofStihcnO In tInt nil 1",1. 1".1, HI. 'i'.wt-
II MTI.IK: : | No.I.n.1 qunrtt h' II.I c..ll". cIt "it I! Mi oI h. KmiB.. JJ I':" I. Is I II ami
| | fiunrlrr. !I. uit F. I In, I liKntuM '. nlcl al ..on. h"vl'l if it,.lrt M Hmilh I ii.
H or
POI nr r anil 'I hrcc* nn.',a Norl I li, of piihlip, rnnd I clninm miiiln tI hi- Ijitnl" ..r.I. lu."I"I. I.'u ,1..1,1.1,
II Sallie's finger flames when CUI'li88 In Ntrthoiiftt corner of SoiitlvaHt. ininrtcr of .ihTiHHiil nri> hi.ri.l,y tviiulritl, I ,.,- their, I'cl.l., titwnahlii,. nnd "'' nciiiilid In
They were temperamental, I -. MouthiflHt' tn rI'r. qrel Inn thirty t run I The rlnlniH duly nullii'ntirntiI. 10 thin, 1..nhl., ,and 1",111,( llrnilftird, C"U"ly.1..1.1 ..

these artists. Fur instance Northwit, (11"'": r of NorthciiHt '|fiiarttr end I (i... A <.iiriliiii I .unity .1 luitiii. of yVIISISS: 'The iicna molt A. '/.or Adklim.liwin
Nuitlrnxt nf NorthuiHt I Ilirlilii. wIIhln alto Or t hi.ItttC' .
'1Inr'r "" N c.lion ounty. yiar .1,
.rl.r. linlKe, nlno!
without being conscious of NOTICE OF HNAI PISUI UtGE 'Ihlr'y.'n.' (11)) will l In' lull. I I. InnLliinto., AI.I.I tj W. Ah""nl'n. Lliirk niitl
tinatnl ,
I Tin ,nnthfanl' ,.nr'rt' an,I iirHonii iI.II.l I mill' an,' ,.1..1 .11. LOIIII It tin city nf H'.rko.
it, they had left us completcIv I I h.1 tl l lie I h.. thu ,li' umd mlnihilMlrntor I 11.1dn.I thia 11. IHlh d"l of I I'.",": ""'r. .\ II.
Si SIr ilnvH nflrr tlnu. on 0-wit : the Sth dnyif Nn.I".1 (|" nf RUllh",.t '|1"1."'r. Hic- I lo liny thilr mil to r
( Morel, A. D. HI'*II.} ut will prtai-nt tu tic,. t, (I2n> : forlhwithl -r.
i out of their thoughts antiwere I C. W. A l.ltl'IiM: 1 1N
I U..on''hh. (.utrirc A (l.nnlini nH County Tin V.n'Diitlrit (|lnri.r, of !Mithwi' 't '|i'nr.I l j 'Jhi,. tlui I lth day of litevmliir I i''r' (SEA LI)

wandering about in Juiltrt. if TtrndCuril t uiinly, Moriiln' nuroiirll- I tf'r. Hdiitli linlf of In".h..1 tiunrtor. aol I j M. ltlIttdl.N H. I F.: KNK.Iir! Rlnrh.10.1.1.!, CIt .k.

IIH nitil firm) nceoiintrt, n. cxicutnr nnij ....Cl.I M tut hnlf nf .,, Qlnr"'r. StctlnnThirty 1S-IH.UU3-I2 Ailmli.mtmlor' Solicitor fur t'ttitiiuiilltttt., I u...a.01' .I.. '.
\ tmet star-lit garden of the I I lrlnf the IfiHt will unit -fltoniint of Mnryllti .nix (38)( ) : I r>f the nhovp, hrlnit Inlowntthln -
|>kini.. ,tticinHiil, Into of Hntilfnril county Si iv 10't. South Itniitt Tw"nty.twn I MTICKr I :
past and a.h,1 .. be ill.Lhnruf'
oxcKMitrlx.lhi 'riu. Fii it luilf, and tin ?4'rlhet ,",.1. In f.,1 ( ..1. ".,"0..1 \iiillH') I 1.'I.rldl I In Circuit Court Itrnlffird f'"uly. Klorldu.
-tli .ilny of .I''"I''Y. ,\. U lll.'flJO1IV Vortlmmt riuorti-r of Srctln Two (iS! > I In ('hnlc..ry. In (luuierry

I UCI.(\V The SiMithnmt, (|tinrtnr ami thp Moiitltnantiitmrtir S It. Jolim 1C. I'. Cinrk and 1"1.1,1. CI..k. hln wlfCutiipliihimtt '.
: 1IVINWnONP"VII. of Norfhwtnt (,iunrt..r nnd I thi. South-i' i i umnlnlnant, .
INn wont <|tnrtt'r of Northi'ant I ,.. nnil 1 r\tcutr|]( of thu tint will .. (,1t : 1..lnn'hr. '.IT II. N rt"n'y. i't IIIT .. 1.H lira l I.. .1 IhoiiipHiiii, u,I nl.IM ..
un f, yt'r i nnd' I thf Flint hnlf of No.1 h. 'I follouInK kn.wl anil unknown ill. fi ml- '
( : A dicpani-d ,1" t thp, knt, ,wn nnd, .I.f'ttiliit.i
: .
1.-\I. went nunrti, of Sotiihuprit' ijunrtcr. millIn" Iho nl,. .. ntyhil' rnu"i', to wit ( urrII .lkl.wl
nlyli l d .
1..I.n < mim tit-wit. I."ra .
I Im., (tit M. t 'h nnv wlfi A In An.r
SolidOt I 01St I : ..0 \.nnv. I honuiHori' nml' htirtrtfiml'. I 11. Ilmmr
I\iGrRhlv Tho Enol hntf of S'hw..1, niiartcr ofSoiithwiitt r I lUnilti \Villur. Anlionttlv nun M. M MrI.a S. ,,,a. f rti'udtf
The Wi' half .1.I .'l.i'Uo". hir luiHhnnil N. l I' Iliiun MI.y .
"tt.rrr. nt of S"lh. Mn.1 Van '..Il. If nli\i! .. ,
I if di
tin nd. lu ttiuir
,'fi'L ..iimrtrr of Southwtnt n r"y. nf. r lot. on 't..sit : tht JJril ".. 1"'I. ili'via's. | tiati ta nr firiinlttn. und tn
n branch <>r run contnlnltiir Twi'Ivo acresmar. log ",, A. I M".".". if ". aol ifl.nI. .
Ivl. ,,
tiny of I). 1 U I u ill p.u'nl to t ; ,.i."im |11"1. ,ir <'llh.." any, intiiiftt
Ih,. .1"0 A. dnnlinrr. .' or I Ifim. rI>,. I:tint 'hnlf, or 10'h.n.1 quarter Ihiir unk".w. I I..n. lt .1. ImnKinr .1 tin liiiiiln hreiii.ift4r, ,iut'rioil.Gr.etiuie ,
nil .
i .1,"',,lono.ohl. ,.,,,,..v.. VI..r..1, ,.County mv" nr Houthw iunrlrr, und' of r or "..1...... iyi.1, tin* I Inriiln I.onil mil I. I". I
.. ;Ir.I'.1 ; ; ; ;;; utliwfHt) Mtmrttr of Pouthinnt' n".r', ".. lean i nut,till I <'oinnnny i i.oriurulion I I tin i 11t .
Ji mchfrn ..cIi n>. .tIn .. Von mil I i .,'h of you unr 'ht, n by rmi'lirrd,' bhi .,
l! of thitmlnl... ,,f ;IC.l>t I I. ; 'II'j l that portion, North I of Hrnncli running' Pnut t l.lini. nnil I if not Ha I' gal r -tr, nlutlvi'n. und iiiMiir| | I I"r.r.' tin. .1,ltilut< of thi* Circuit .
: and, Wi' hmuirh, nald landn .. liuntMH irrnlilni.. an.I all I l i .
Ht 1 cntnlnintc'l'iIrty r Its.e or I..un. .
cewtixl Intl. of ,
Life, under the same roof with than all the applause from all the audiences > h diKch'trirnl nmd..d.lch find aitkeilti eye mon. or Irtia in Sirtion Five I) : Itis I,tit or rliiimliiK liny Intirmt, i In tlui ,lenin. .1 of of |'th luridiL< ,I iitlilh: in "In.hrnl Circuit Miii.iCi.r.l' uf
.h. t.
Lemojne Dannielle, wa? an obsoil>ini? I in the world" her glance 'PhlnJnil tiny nf Jnnunrv, A I It. III2A The, North bl of SniithrnHt (
Nor 11 of .rnelItgt
1 1Noithtant
W. J. "n'I. n.1 Hn".h..1 'I..rt. r I nt the Jioiimt' I in niild' rouniy, In I thliiwn
and altogether pleasing affair. '. sought! his for a brief moment( and Shin,ft an Aln EPIEISON' ,t qunrtf and th" r:nHt hnl of Northwint I nn.l imh of you "" ti.'ri hy i "iiulruili .f .Hiwrlu c..1.. floii.ln., to nnuwi ttt., nworii.
do then wandered out to the distant horizon quarter, of Northrant "" and tho I. l I.. nml! aplHAr, b.ror tha Jud".r lit. bill i of p'Mniilnint,
Whether she made effort to 1ttert IJomw. ilieiiiHidl2litII.I attnuut In LIt
any South half of North hnl it Northwittt qunrtrr C'irt'util (*ourt. of 'lIt. !t"I'h: .liilltlul, ('Irrol lIve nty lt'l 1 cain...hlI,1 you .
so or not. she declared that she was ; nnd Kant half ,, ., hrnot qonrti'r of r l Hi. xtnli' of FI.I.h.. on the JBlh d.y, of I l'I ho, < fninly I riliicrnidi" w ttbJy
these Southwest ,iuarlr nn I They were temperamental, luntinry in ,..
IM.w. Ii uf
unable to use her influence to get us iMiblfnhi'l town Hlark,
vi,.ntii| ,a'l'r if Mutt .,,,..1. and Sfitith.umt I I. unlit' county. I I. tIe, town of SI.trk. I"lori Ifrii'lford. .. ,
artist" For instance without being NOTIcE .o".ly. ..Iln. h..I.y .I".l.
in any of the crowded hotels and insisted quart. of Southrimt 'Ionrl.r anti North i 'I.In 'lu nniwir it iiworn lilll of complnliit .. <'d I UN thit "..w.|>nr>f.r thIn! nutlro
that we should stay for a visit cons<'ions of it, they had left us completely In Circuit Court. HulHh Jucllrlnl' ( 'hnir, of North'n qunrtcr uf Nrihwrst quar, hlhihil ngtI nat you hy complnlnnnt In tin 1"v "imhliHlifd. fin fuiir,: .eotimuutivM week. .hnl,
.' In t.'r nnd "etui, hniMt .qunrU, of N"'h..1: iihmi, Mylnl. cae.I ,
dincrilfd .
of their thoughts and COln.y. 1. hunt in -it1.1 Mil I f tii
out were Cha..y. nmiduint
with her there. Because Curtiss approved -I Tha Powell Smith 1..11" 'I""r|, I" M..,'lt-t, nunruv, of Suuthwint: l '.ilfonl ountjr: TLlitfrnph n wnklviu'wunnnrr tuli, I I. which Id complainant' ,. mpkrt I I.
of the young singer and because wandering about in some star-lit garden C"ml.n"l. a "orpo."ton. qunrtir, Sppllon, Eight ( 5)) : I iiulillHhixl, In tlu, town nf Stcrke.ttrlfrl and rtfnuMf clnud.. i In thin MUM. an. 111 follow**.
of the Complainant Tim, So.,I t.l.t |Ill,..r of N't.rthwmt quarter I tiiunty. Muriila la lnT.liy il.'.lunnlnl to.wit ,
I was likewise fascinated with past. VflTh thepnt lint nf o'h".l, quarter, the Hi I Hi.I, n.wnpnmr i In which thin,1 Ii.U fi. Ii. 7. H ami U of 1ft. of IIvin
her eharm the arrangement was most Suddenly, < it was Barry: who broke FlnrlilH, I anil anil' Immliirntlon Company nIU..1 juartt "f Soul h,vt' quarter. the I.. tutlhihoi i I for four o.n'oll. i, t.atn. "rul',y A .'n.ny', 1..1 AIli'.n' to c tbolvn I -
the pit-tenant stillness of the room. a corporation rt al. StIIt half of HouthtaKt qunrtir. Section Nine I Inn,I ilinrnhiil In until bil .r comlilu, ta- of Mtiirkt Hrnlforl, (' I H.I.I.
agreeable to us both. I ((0)) : | nunlnnl you ,in ,. aliovi' ulyli cnum "I'Y. .
WI I NI.S4 I .
A \dlttim.Iii'luv .
"She's promised to stay with us \Ve-ll how about the tea, Lomoyne. Prfpmlantn.ORDFR The North went '.iunrtf>r of Northenit quar-' hi.ld|,| coniplniniinl.. tlm I. I'It.. to wi,i'h >alilf '' n. ulwn 11. 1..n.r.h'o".,, ". (''li'rk. nnill
We can at least indulge in that you OP SERVICE nv nrnurATiov t.r. tho South half of NorthtflHt quarter ofNorthwmt f ...mi.Ininnnt ank. when she the States her NOIKr court. H.nrk.
to : 10
comes AND UNKNOWN HE- tarter the Flint half of Hmjthwmqiinriir i ri from. la an follow, i
I I'itrllc. thin IHlli' of .
I tiny I liiLvmbir. \ 11
conceit tour next Tall" I told Cur- and I. Shall I help you ? You'll find t'fNIHNTS.: and Mirth half nf Nort hi.nut .quartt lth. Nln. t III). a n'I I I loll I ami 2 or Mliick .
the ingredients for the cocktails on Itttpprnrtng, from the iiworm Itlll of complaint of Kutithinit quarter, Section "I-n ( I Kit :. nil in .1.1.1.a AI'iittti th. low of.Slarki 112 (}I. W. ALUklOMVSI !
tiss and then we can reciprocate I'll in the nlrnv* cauii.. that the nun mlHi Tlie Snutlipnit quarter of North went quar- .. In Itrnilfonl f ounty' I"lorlilaWIINIH1 ( '':, )

see that she has a sweet quiet) time, the upper shelf. nee or ... of hunintMH of the du'.no.n. trr. 1 I...ui T,.. err. In Houthwittt' c..n..r. See I I Itlm I : *. thi- Inn..II. A. '. Allklno. H. \:. KNK.II Stack. rlorlditHidiritor CI..k. ..
"I know. That's a grand- tan 1 The' t'I..hl., land and Immiirratlnn, tI.., n Ml ) I .luiluiaa. ah.. c.. .mon. f:h.rk. ml! for'J2.
for over here she never has a chance a co.n."ton. thi. I.and and Immigration C orr*. The Southwest quarter nf Northennt quarter 'thi Mini of thin court the cily, of Slnrkni ..'.Ia..ut

to rest at all." play though about offering your as- any .. a nxtratlon, the hlorida Rail. S sistant. Always you say the same road Company: eor.oraIn; : the Atlant I.umfr bolnir in Townnhlp S<.vin f7.) South Knntce I 1"2 MITK V
So his fear of our having taken Company. corporation the Fllaworth' trust I Tw'n'y.'wo' <2J) ta'i.: I IPn .. W. AI.I't '
advantage of her aminable hospitality thing anti you have never helped me.! t a eoIN.nU.n. The Townsend ain| | "r t. 11. bill "f c..nJ".I.. f.l..l 'n i "I ( SEAI l 'fk.. In 11.,1 ('nort.I'ralforI County. I.I. ort'I..h'
"I hope there's no 'double entente'to a corporation, Fd: .anl N Dick-. nd! cau.. on 'IM'fore the flmt day of !I I II K: KMRIIF. Stnrl.I'lorila., .
was ullaved. ..on and Mary Carolina Dlckenon h,. wife. iohraryt.. I). 1! a. othprwin. thi. allPirationti for tomplalnnnt. 12.25.1..1.2 Ihe Niitlfitiul. Hank of I rtentburic.n .
Pierce this last sentence. replied Barry Snmuf I Swann. James K. Hailvy Wm. Hate*. of the will taken ai conliiedatrin "lc'ln ciirporntii
1,1 b
In few arrived -
a days Barrington and thev both smiled as she left the Catherine Katea hi. wife. w. T. Taylor and t you. I NltTltfc: /Iamlcf'

back in Pans and it was he who followed offering Mary Taylor hia, wife Abraham limit, .y. henry I It i u further orlind Ihnt this order h. "uh
arranged little musicale so that room. Curtis politely Haxter and Jennie Baxter hia wife, F. K. Morvan. linhrl one a "..k for four, conn*>ciitiv, In CI.e."rC.lrl.-.d ('olnly. rlorida. r*. K: Illncklo.
a to preside at the cocktail I N. W. Ilaeket R H Hicka. Simon J Tern in the Hrndforl COln11 Tflt iraph. a weeklynewnpaper In f fondant' .
we might/ hear Lemoyne sing for the shaker plc' John Alexandtr Graham J. L. Octet of ". ol.el.I.n., publlflhed, I A. w. Tour?. Civil Action
first Samuel C. Lan. J. I). J. K. In Stark. Hradford County. rlorldaUITNFSS | Complainantim I).mHirpa '5H mmIti o'>
time. Lemoyne was! perfectly at homeas EerIe: J. I Farlv Ir. J.Mclmo.r. tla. John C th. llonorable Judire of the F: t:. Ilinckle and all other Intertmled ler

We started for his studio late one she moved gracefully about the j Edie T Mtta Thomas halo rliihth: ludielal, Circuit anti the official seal I I I Jamia C. Cullen. et al.1.I 4.nn .
!I Roberta F. I. VcCall. Charltan U. Elarbee, of the Clerk of thus, .. well hI' .1"! iJofendanlaTo You antl each of Ol will oh ... take n'itlc*
afternoon. In sipte of his success Harrington apartment busying herself with the Rohr M. Smith J H Oliver. Jamea Nooner. M''. 'h,. the Huth Cour.of December 8, A. \>. the known and unknown di.fen,l In :that n silt :by atturhmenl han been I InnltuletlIn

Pierce still chose a simple tea table She announced that she a for the Temple Company op.rllv 19l5. I the nlmvp niyled elton tti-wlt : J.m. (... Cilll..n I the Circuit. Court of' Hradford CountySlate .
colony of Florida J.m. D. Italhbone. Joel Q W. ALDFRMAN John Aloxnndir l.mhnm James I.. of t ,..I.. by the Nlllon.1 Bank off
mode of living. He had taken up had stopped by and bought: some E Foiter Kamard Strauna. Henry W. Clerk Circuit, Oiurt Brad-! ftat; Samuel <'. Inne. J. l II Milenront, J. elemhiiru a corporation plaintiff, ..ajcainntf

his residence with a small French brown bread and a few other delica- ten. A. Bailey. Thomas D.I"".. Annl .win-I (SE\ LI( (0.0 County, rlortuuA R. Far. Jr.. J. C. rddy T W Pitta. ChartoaHolKrta : F.; Ilinckle, an defendant and follow.Intf .
Arnoltl Prymer Samuel Seoville. John F. 8. CREWS : W It lamF. I. McCall. Donald! .1..lh..1 Inn,]. of nm.l 1 defendant lymn$
family et first so that he might talk cies from a near-by shop. adding that Jen 1. W. Hickey. Fdward Hancock. Eliia Solicitor' I fur Complainant' Mrlta nnd Chart I. Tuttle' If alive and I If and lH.nif| ln.ull Hrailrord (.unl". J"da.

with them in their everyday discourse our rohst was most forgetful. I Pa,itr< and ThnmaM 1..1 her husband dead in, their unknnwn helra. .. ._.. I.nt. him hien attached under and by virtu .
Itneph <.. F. Haiti M. Hullroa Company. a ,'.Iao writ of attachment Issued .. a.d nuit
and he still occupied the upper floor The nher voice came from the pantry Bowera. Pearaon.Matilda C. I. ,Hakli.. Ida M. Laorgrcn. -, NOTICBIn or corporatinn vrantet-e ; I if the In t'lo.I.I..xlnten' ". and It t. 11 out of and undi r the and seal ., UM

of a mediocre house in the Rue de "Why Barry you haven't cut the Matilda Ridderntedt. Mii Chrlat.i Circuit rlvhth: Judli-lal liKal rnprmentativee and ..I"n. O. W. Clerk of said Court, ..wit'
i John Olson John Mary "ur. Clrul.laM..I ...1 Paulina Clayton and allperaona The Northe'att quarter of Section Nine.TownshIp .
We climbed the long week II.n..n. In Clayton
Clperyron. for myself wl.
cake I made you a i County t.I.I. .
I I.mpry his wife J.m. F. Griffin 8. R. ... any Inl.1 In Seven South. Ra." Twenty-on
flight of dark stairs and finally the ago.: I'll never make you another," KI..rr. C. C. Kierneff. O W. Ki..n.". Complainant the following drarrlned landn, runt: anti the East three.fourtha of Nortweatuuarter
I .. Kirn. L VonKIrn Annie Greetlnvtl if Nnrthwiwt tiiiarti, of Section Ten
sound of made realize that in show of Ao"u.1
a piano us she threatened, a playful vt
: Taliaferro. John Ko.r H Tall.- R H Strickland, et .al, You anil each of you nr. hereby ." .' TownshIp Sic 8.uh. Ranire'. Laat
here were the rooms evf our quest. anger."I I j terra Jeue Ga."I. Johnaun. lie and appeal- before the Ju.I" of Clr- that aaid ." t F: llmekle, ant. all

Lemoyne had already arrived. She didn't have any guests and besidesit hs wife, l.u,.. Jenklni. John Hmlicea and Bill lit TUtle and t, of the ninth' Judicial, Circuit of other persona lnten.. aptiear to thaaid .
1.00. QII.I Mi.riil.Tlr7 the office of the Cleric of the
I Mary A. Hedxea hia wife. E Pace. K. Olh..I' and for Bradford County, Florl.l. action at
stood by the piano and looked quite Isn't a week old. Only three days.We'll Tho.n. A. J. Miller Mar .. hl wife. It appearing from Rl.allevatlona on th. 211th day of January A. p. IIl8. at .rid court at St.k. Hrd..0 County Florida

smart in her simple tailored of giege have it now. What do you gay J. M. Beidel. I.wl Ma. I. S.via. aworn bill of .complaint.h. In the above cause, the court houne In said c.unty. In the town on h ri.1 da ribruary A.
Ernest rlorida to answer a sworn bill !>. 1926. or jildwment will .nl..d agaInstY02.
I R'.har that the a". and renidenca, of the defvndnnta.R of SUirke h
charmeen with which wore a close- Sallie?" calling me by my first name In laid, court In aboveentitled
I. H.rrl. and Fannie I. Bartlett his "1'.1 B Strickland. J. M Jonen. Fannie B. Jonea. of complaint oxhlbltel
fitting velvet turban of cherry-red. as we all had done the first night we Mid Hattie F. Smith hia wl Mr.. A. D. An'lrewa. William, B. Rouen. Jennie cauair by the complainant. A. W. (;Iven under' my hand and official Florida nnal at,
I Sarah L. Lord he Bradford County Tt le"mph. a t..k. Hradford Slat of
and Liaiia Jennie Tobey I Coun'l.
"I practiced all morning; with my had gone on the little fr'sk at Monte Word Ra.Lnl.Tbm Lr. John J. Meaaer. Mra.Haitaman Snllle Mavea William. FrancIs C. J.n.B. Hodiiea Jon.. J. weekly newnpappr otibliahnl In the town of this 2nd day of t 5Clerk A N

teacher and then came on here. Barry Carlo. Ehiabeth Elilabeth K Kauffman Ablltllln Ervin John. U livlnv Htarka. Bradford County rlorida. la Jwrrbr I.Op'HC'
I Smith Eliaabeth, C. Smih. Li.ile C. Smltb and If dead then their vranteea, de- denucnatetl aa the newnplper In of O. .
I often work together. It's afraid it'll be I
and so "I'.m auggested bl. conaeealive"The Bradford County )
Henry R. Smith AI' White., Henry vlee legatmu, and unknown.and notice shall be publlnhed tur four
restful here," she apologized. "cakes and women do NOT Hrown. and Llaile ..BrW his wife, B no person.In the ar .1 of rlortita W. J. IPIERION
8-inier J.m. Ball Cynthia Ball I tb.I .Io.nt. the of a aub- : land deearlbed In .,10 bill of complaintthe Sheriff : ',
"In the meantime let's fix tea, improve with age. wl(.. JoaaTB W.ltD, B.. C Brooks, Joaepa upon.whom weald bIrd.the.le Mid _.. title t whish the complaIsant seeks Stale of Horlda. U.HtI.a .


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, filE NEGLECT OF OCR PINE CASTLE t Never Thought of That :::ic records of Bradford C_..,. Mid land fist..... ......11., corrected with a flrrt class
B afford tount) Ttlegraphi i RCRAt!: SCHOOL:> ''I odes la Sectioa J4. Towuh.p a. South. Banna ': cia plant.

::: = -_ ":: :::. = I Pine Castle Jan. IV.-:Mr! "*, and :n.1 H -"Do you think you could Uvev ,rt EMU Together with all ti>. building andnaekiaerv E. M. JOHNSSpecial

B. E. Hall uf Hampton spent Monday '>n forty dollars a week f" I .locates OD ...... oecnbd land Iniuding Ifaatar.
Published weekly and tittered as (By C. T. Law home.* ,:I ........ sins wa:_. p...... hafung. J. L. f'.... *. Herbert Lama
herewith hu brother. O. C. Hall. She-"Sure-but what will do? ,.
t I' you Jileya. betting and all otbcr machinery and Solicitors for Complainants 1-8-4UI.J.
I second class matter at the post Miss Cemraie: Hall spent the later --.- --- .
Public Education as we know .t to- _
office at Starke, Florida.C. part of last week at Graham with Tarpon Springs-36 new. homes will :
day is so recent an achievement: that I '!J e'5752Sa aslt sasrsx saRacasa ?eac sacasrsaeas:
= remember when her: sister Mr. E. L. Yourgblood. be constructed in Sunset Hills development : e

MATTBIwB .. Qwi. our very parents can education. Lee Dyal of Graham and Everett project.ClearwaterAdditlonal. ::()
one was lucky to have an 0:(]
I. C BOBI.SSON I ,__,...,.Maaaglag Edda,. Modern civilization as find it, is WasJi.of Waldo spent Sunday af- j i
: < we ; ;: story will_ :(]
WMMMMM MMMMPMMMMBHMMMBI MBM*! a vast and complex condition of peo- j I fteraoon with friends in our section. be built to Masonic Temple now under

PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY pie and Institutions and as the younger I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hall of Waldo-I construction. sJ

generation: has found it essentiallythe ; sper.t the week-end! here. !J The Unprotected
Mr*. E. J. McRa and daughter Tallahassee: Contract
SUBSCRIPTION: RATE same now' as it was when they: : let for construction
T.nt learned to read and bow to ob- Mrs. A. J. Hall and Mrs. Stokes of ef new 00,000 domitoryat

Per Year _____ __ __u._______ '1"> 0 *serve they take for granted that edj-: I Waldo spent one day last week- herewith State College for women.

Six Months --------------r-._ ?fet anon is something that was given to I friends and relative I
the common people a long long time Mr. and :Mrs.! G. F, Johns, of Waldo Tampa-Group of capitalist: purchase
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ag-. and that everything about It' were the guests of Mr. and :Mr. A. for 5,000$1.000,000.Winter acres. land in Pasco county WOMEN

h uM function perfectly at this time. i C. Hall Sunday evening.

P-i: duration was not given to us Miss! Ommie Hill! spent the first Garden-Local Methodists j) t
of the week in Waldo with friend
This is r.ecoun. making for
\ r.e time ago. a plan erection of !

,>f vast territories and when somexy and relatives 'I carbonic gas manufacturing! plant i! ,
:: years ago. the pioneer followed I' Mrs A. C. Halt and daughter, here. I Ii rj.j
Ciemmi and LucIlle were shopping in
'fnewly !lazed trials of commerce "
agriculture; :: into the wet and un- ';, Gainesville ,f i !NOTICE OF GCABKMV SALE Gs
[xlt : of it Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield were G
r uI' :ell Y -c'oped sections our country visitors to Hampton day las week. H.rrtjt n one !
,cs.impossible that civilization, fulldged. I.4, TUrdn. for Lather Henry ...- Jr.
'"- should : them. Mr. Rodgers was a buineuiliotr* ;, m nor bur of Lather Hear' !0.d_..... 1
\e. .9Hj accompany :late ot Bradford Cooatj. Fk>nda. will Cr
to Graham one day last week.Mrs. app ,
Just because all the children living __
to Ik* Ho George A.
j iM"mb nhp; !in National IDclnno .. G. T. Johns and son Harry and tauntsJ g EVEUY WOMAN "who must look after -
r Grand Avenue in Chicago St. in sad for Bradford County. Sot ofI
Association) 1.-ins. nr Karats City were accustomed daughter, Dons spent Tuesday. afternoon I I Florida ml t...i o'eses .. m. on Monday> therind her own property has need of a (G}
here with :Mrs.! A. C. Hay! and or of f'eb..f7. A. D. I It'l4. .t Uw of. :'-
.. to the school habit and found a I of ..". County Judge la the Court KOOM ? afe banking !service, "where her affairs (}
L'arr. --at- i/-
: a.wnan
ir ;; kindergarten and a public sehoul onlya family { St.rt.. Bradford County, FViruU. for aa 'will be watched by officials of [G J!
ma' downfall Miss riemmie Flail returned to : order to Mil at pn..t .a.11: of thai s.rI ,,
few minutes walk from home, it I fairs undirtde.d murt of UM taxi Luther 'wide business. (}:
;(} experience, expert
o- -
Tampa Thursday alter several! days ,... .
>lots not follow that the children: of a Henry Vs. Jr th <%K| m ix.r in and to tb*
Th rk .d > f': .: e., '_ 'sate ever visit here with her Mr. and. folIcnriB knowledge' and trained judgement. g
settler who live twenty miles from: : parents i dmeribni latxfa ;ir>c and Wttc: n
on flyswatters'o any !large (city wtl find'! the carne A. C. Hall and other relatives. Bradford County Slaw of florida.. v-wtt ;g a E\'EUY COURTESY extended in G

--- school facilities within: reach.! G. W. Sheffield was a business visitor i I Lou Ntunter It and a of 8..uon U. To... providing an efficient polite and (}:
The value of a kal depend upon to Waldo Friday. j i.b.p I. South. Ra..... ti Eajt. according to a ,tfd G
To build witha
school to it
a equip
the lair of supply and dcman'i. map of std awtion on raeorl in the public: | quick service.
I heating system, to employ a teacheror Herbert Home of Louise was visiting monk of Bradford eo...." Honda and eon1 .
.; of teachers and to introducea : friends! here Saturday nizht. I' taming twenty .10. sera more or ... jj; ] IT COSTS;; NOTHING to learn our
There i It parking around corps Tnto *<>th darf Janury. A. D. IU4.
more space system of educating children all: requires i Mr. P..aool'er011 a visitor to i CLEMHIE' ELIZAPETU t'FCaE iQ] methods. With the belief that stab-
library than around a marie. I an organized plan and a considerable Hampton Saturday Guardian for Lo"ber UrnryMASTER'S ility and faithfulness demanded
, ur 'I 1.:4"-1' c.-. Jr.. )(,_t. 5 are
Mr*. A. C. !Hall was shopping in
sum of Just because
,r Only a few months until bathing money. i Starke Tuesday morning. % on the part of a well managed bank,
the settler in the isolated district
girls will be back on magazine coven. lives in America and is supposedto Messrs. ack Padgett and Thomas SALB Z{j upon this basis we invite your bustI -

, -" I have the same rights and privilegesunder Oldham. of Graham were business visitors N'olico te hrrefcy risen that under and fcr \\r neBANK-:.
It iJi i easy to figure what you ihoald' the law a dweller. It here Friday. .irt_ ef that certain. final. decree of foraclo r'.
as city
have said after it i i. too late to it. ., ute J1*"* ."** render on January ttb. lt 2 4. ..r
say i Nathan Hall of Waldo was visiting ".
does not follow that his children can b. Rooorablo A. Z. Ad.I.... ox of the JadcnI or-
--5-- be taught under as able teacher as the friend here Thursday. I i I ""* cn.t.C1rto'.c: add for Bradford s
County. ,
The Capitol at Washington; cOYf'n I in that c-itain
children of his more fortunate city CO iM1'ICATInNFROM rajM wherein Lorenio A. \\' lo..... and W. M, ""
Soi.fX'O and telling! how I : A ......
square fet no fellow-citizen. It doe'n't work out )I. Jr., aa co-pnnn.ra ,..d,... osier tbo
heads. :! MARfOTTE firm save of ilaoa-MaMm Ctmpanr.
MR. ago
may square
I Io .
so ea_ ily. I _paDaau. and H. B. Jackaon and Many
I 1C Jackson nla wif. : and C a Godwin --- -
In Germany France: and Englanj. u.
The vital and telling phrase coined Jan. II, 1935. I erector of tho Will of W. P. Godwin, deceawdI
the children get pretty much the same and Ann, Loo Godwin' widow,
The Bradford County Telegraph of W. F' Godwin
day fcy liar are soon incorporated in 1 schooling: all over the country; with Starke. Florida. I deemed ".. defeadanta. tb.. ..oixieniineda : .
our alarguage. i Spreinl Masters mil offer for u:. and I
I only a few exceptions but this is because Dear Editor: wCl Ml) for gash to tho hJvbeat and bat bid- I OF STARKE
-o-- Ie.r. In front of the. ,. .
these countries are centuriesand court boa door in Stark.
If you are worried just think of themoney In reply to the S. L. Alvarez Case Bradford. eo.....,. "ncla. on Monday tb* In
this by itraw.trr centuries oil. The roads havebeen published in last week's, issue of your '| day of ..b....'"'. A. D.. 1 1':1.: dqnnr tb* "legal|
you tare season built! for hundrers of year and i 1 boor ef ul*. for the pun*** of aatufymcuid H The Bank of Helpful Service
would like to make the citizensof ,
t paper .. .
;> being out of season. < Final Deerehe 101. described reaj. '
I the railroads connecting the cities this Town wise! to the rude and i tout* and personal property lying and being ((3 WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
reach into all part of the country. Asa vulgar manner in which were absurdto in Bradford County. F rida., towitThe .
Character i made by the things you !, North Two hundred fet of Block U laEa
stand for; reputation is made by the result! every section: is thickly populated me and ray wife's character. Which ,e >t lid of Laww. Florida bounded oa.South
and there isno difficulty in along with the by Ian4 of Lonia H H II. and oa tin
was impulsive
; '
thing fall for. very .
North .
;you and East by Kinder: La A..ais.and
oWIt..n establishing schools at convenient intervals many false remarks was stating thatI on th* West br lauds of E. J. Dinktu ac.cordinr ;
of distance( to take care of a was addicted to the drink habit. to a pat! of th EMt aide of Lawiey.Honda > a_
the man tells her that he hundred pupils. I recorded. la Par T. if Book I. Pub. c?:;-cS' i.S'22! S'7r 7S CSa C7 S7Ca C7 S4SJ S S7 S7 Sa SS7 S7 S'a S C7 SSES'a5? i;<
loves her wonderful mind he mean* or more Now how are you so well informed :,
that IJlH't much for locks. I! But in America reaching out over about! my affairs and habits Without

o vast stretches: of retries of mountain going any furrier" with this one ,

THE HOME TOWN: PAPER land or the undeveloped sectionsof word to the wise the writerof I i
many of our southern states, the that item better be more-

The old home town. paper U the lat homes are often few and far between careful in his remarks for there LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

link that hind you to the home of and the only way to ablih satisfactory ti law and justice for such people ,-irculatinir -

, childhood. And when yon are SO the nchols, would be to bui'd' them: such abomnble! fah
.... only thing you an find in it to :ntere e at intervals: of a hundred miles apart called black mail this matter will n .t

t you t* the obituary column. There and then gather the :u-ier.ts by arc>e- rest here unless someone maker reparation

you find the name with which you''' plane each morning, and deliver them from one who U not ashamedto

are f.niiiar. and there only do you by aroeplace in the afternoon.In sign his name. !

find them. It always make us feel other wordi. the trouble with A. N. Marc-,.ttt.. PEEK REALTY COMPANY

sad when" our home town paper[ comes'to ': our rural schools is there are too

us each week. We always pause
sad stare into vacancy a bit before ,I over our country that do( not adequate education: : they will!! never i

we tear f ff the wrapper We wonder provide opportunity fair and extensive be able to cope with the problem life I

who hat felt the icy touch of death'in enough to attract to them teachers 'f that modern cirvilization prsenui.IMPROVEMENTS -

the meantime, upon whose coff.n ouch metal capacity and training a* is -
the hare fallen during the .tl\ desirable. No man or woman who ON: ROADS I 1I.1-- --
seven clouds days. In a moment we jerk pa the has spent fourteen to eighteen yearsin 'I.I....N.NN...........+..*. s.....NN... ... ..... .....N.N1NN.NN..NN.N..f

paper open real the obituary (column school would) be content to remainin (Continued from page 1. i i, :

memory all the while. holding full swag a pos.tion as teacher of a rural the Clay county line. .

la mir tb ulbn.nd;: then we toss the school when the salary was perhaps From Brooker road to Sampson I

pa er into the waste basket and take only forty or fifty dolar a month. It City. !

up !.{?'- work -jnre more.-Ex. i icn't reasonable. The result is thatin From Starke four miles nest on I il

the rural districts, teaching U often the Brownlee real or Lake Butler. I
taken up siply as a temporary These two roads are both contendersfor j

Ft gala has real cause for rejoicing ;J pursuit by young girls until they can state road 26. and after de"ilrflA-1.

that the cold wave of the last few days j get a teeter j job as bookkeeper stenographer tion by the state road .

did not reach this state in such forceas clerk or until they can get; other road will be gravel clay for a .

was married. distance of four miles from Starke. : ..
weather extending into The mediocrity <,f rural school teachers The construction: of the gravel clay .

is a matter of wide knowledge and roads will be similar to the state l highways : .
the southern half of the was
state The Hit
who have the for Biggest the Season"LASSES i
predicted by the Weather Bureau as grave concern to those where lime rock is used a .
improvement of our school at heart base. Gravel clay will be laid to a r .
was proper; on the basis of the reports
from the North ande.t.: This gave and the only I remedy is the one thatis depth of 9 inches and 16 feet in width, '
being! appplied. It amounts to a making a road that gives years of
ample warning for fruit and vegetable 'i
of .volution-tbe evolution of service.
grower to ewer their plantsor process LEE"And i
scientific taxation Road Included.Of .
get their smuJirtpots ready, so good roads more State *
that if the freeze had come the damage consolidation of small! schools and better the 27 miles of hard surface .
paid teachers. That it can be hastened state roads Included in this program .
would have been kept at a min .
imum. is certain and the only way to 60,000 will be set. aside for the construction .

Fortunately, however the weather hasten it is to acquaint the peoplethe of state road 43 from Starke : HisGlenada Z

conditions changed in time to keep taxpayers-with the true condi to the Clay county line, a distance of :
tions. four miles. With the fund providedfor :
!' the mercury from dropping to the
danger pout over the peniru jla, and The laws of diferent states vary, in the recent election. Clay county

thus rtl.eved the growers from per but in general there is a state tax for will extend this road to the eastern Hills
sonal anTiety and the jest of us from the support of education and in addition side of Clay county, where St. Johns

fear for the Florida reputation. to this the value of lands to county will continue its constructionto
which the state gains title is turned St. Augustine. !
Durir the cold ware, which causedso ( ALL
many deaths in the :North a dis- into the school fund when sold. This i 150,000 will be expended in the 5 S

patch: from California admitted it was fund provides for the building tt construction of state road 26 throughthe I .

cold there too but aid the Californians schools and the paying of ", -achers for county a distance of 23 miles. I i

took comfort in the knowledirethat set periods during the year. But unless This road will be a state aid road, the I MINSTRELS i

it wa much coMcr elsewhere.So this allowance is supplemented by state assisting in the construction I

here in Tampa we wore light overcoats the addition of local funds! education and after its completion will take up ;

for a day and felt glad we didn't languishes, and it is often impossibleto its maintenance. This road will give i

reed heavy underwear.i We knew that make permanent the usual school Bradford county nearly 50 miles of Florida's Own---35 People 35 I
terms. hard surfaced roaJs. which are maintained -
the wood or gas or oil stove would be
needed only a few hours and there In larger cities various funds are by the state at no expense to : .
turned over to thae Board of Education the county. Including Roy lieahle. Lew Williams
was no danger of having to put in a Shorty Behealer Cl'de :
Smith Jack
schools Bond Issue. : Hartlet Ge-o. Monies
coal furnace and keep it going. all win- for improvement of the ltd Miles From First Fat and Slim McClure Withers "Wang" .
Ur. and the recruiting: of ore and.better With the proceeds. from the first : ,Ralph. "High Jinks Lefever Rube Droit Jack \lcWhorter Coughlin, :
The cold was just enough to remindus teachers. Thus in many cities whena bond issue of S559.000, the bond trustees : ;.001 Dancing: .
is arrested for certain offences constructed 113 miles of A-I
that there is such a thingjustenough person : Last show
to make u' grateful for our and then released on bond if I. graded roads and 22 miles of highways big this", year-get your tickets early-now on sale. !

that falls to apear for trial : with. state aid With the roads :
. good fortune in being. in Florida person A BIG SHOW .\T.\ LITTLE SHOWS *
Tampa Tribune Dec. 31. the bond is forfeited and paid into proposed in this issue Bradford county PRICES

the school fund. It would be possible I, will have a total of 226 miles of t Matinee' 3 :3Q-rrices2oc &50c<< ; Night 8:15. Prices 75c; & |
RECENT AUKIV'ALS AT for a plan of this kind to be carriedout I, improved roads as follows: 49: miles -- $1.00. plus" tax. _

HOTEL.HAMPTON. even in the smaller towns and I of hard surfaced roads, 31 3-10 miles -

Geo. W. O'Bann .. Daytona Fla.; J. communities: and: often for several semi-hard surfaced and ltd miles of .

Marsh Ocean City) N. J.; Wi'.lia.-d months. The matter is of vast impor. graded roads. II I

. .. Shean Ocena City. :-t. J : E. P. Strys' tance to the parents of any communIty The roads laid out by the bond trustees Gaiety Theatre Jan. 22nd.

Grimes Clark City. Arizona; H. C. and should be constantly impressed Tuesday provides roads for those j

, Bates, Atlanta Ga.; John M. Roger, upon the minds of public officers. sections not accessible to the present ..
Ii. Williamson Con; C. W. Johnson, The :maintenance of well-paid and system, and links up several of the

\, i Charolette N. C.: J. J. Williams East constantly employed teachers In old roads, shortening distances and i Big Street Parade at Noon I

. Boston. Mass.; G. P. Hamler. Lake every community is of supreme Importance giving practically every portion of i

r City. Fla.; W. J. Pitts Boston Mass.; to both state and local com the county easy access to the hard: : .

C. E. Jorben Macon, Ga. munity for unless the children .grow- surfaced highways .. . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .... .. . .. .
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