Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 29, 1926
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1ST!). Sub'crIptlon-1'trenr$1.:>O ; Six i _Months.. _75c.-t.:ay able in Advance.STAKKE I K. Matihews: !<, Owner

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of l.ncilBisinee4 Institutions -MM MB BV MMM M HMMMM M Tampi ring I th.liocrs It I ''Iv.iM, ** .-- I u .>is, Killll:, ) :.." .11'1. I I Ui. I,.,', hoin, ,"
will .Make fur (ireulcr Lorenz I | Clouds of (;ins t to DritcAM n pa pi i .11 DILI.I,. Vlr.l |11!ii, i 1J't.| r-- Invents RiibbcrJ r
('oil,iou ft ity. Food forlt'lleellon. | Dr. Adolph Burglars: C l >5 ? Eating!: Champ ] ( hi- owner, 'i..1| I In,1 tunnel. I Kali, pU.. [ .r
ay a sin. )rt ilistume" 1 ti\u, ," :.Miifke, } .ind! \\iil, ,
W1' .. mii\e here during ihc latter )pail. I I i' -
t'" I Hank of Starko and,( thoHiudford .
Thin is your cityni B"l! t h tlie '. ,! 1-ebruury:
\' in its 1 County Hank have! had in- < : ... thu heels'of:'! the ndl
( arc a partner prosperity.If ....... (C'omiin on I I tweather
i.illed I I I I iii the' vaults a device whichvill I .
it grows and, thrives you profit. I '. '" %t we liar t''IIt''lIl..d' I I this
in hard Uollnis and certs; it' its I I l full, I I the et'furts t of any cracksmen .., OJI year the fidlowiitx lulti'i m from I I.m I Ii

growth Is retarded, and, it goes. had. who attempt I to bump 1iiti.e; thev'llts ....".. .., r i lioiinpfi' ,) I I I-'OS:! ) Walnut Htreet 1'iiu'iu-i
ward you lose. We have taken the nf these two institutions Byrrangement "i I "riuiD I the! Florida he I" "unit
former so much for IU'lntthut\ wo of wrcs: and nuti'iimticotitrols on II i recent I trip south', is 1 holn iltiviimv .
have lost night of the latter-particularly F I a bur-r'ar' alarm\ s) ..>l our own uLdijiiitiun in the mat lirevent the rubbery and,! nt the ,'lIlIIl't f ., f': ........ .. ... / are t 'ill ','lld! to remain\ in I the l.itid, ; :I
ter. t tii"e i treat the burglar to the surprise \' : I of SIIKW 'and! HUII"hlt"Ilth." .., t ;'.in' 1 Hi-
You -amkyour nolfchbors cart say hi- life.This ''' !Southland; with its lowers and. sun,
which it .shall lie. ... c device I I installed I by tho Atmkin, ; ; 'J' .. A H 1 'Iliiit'l' "r. liimapffl; ) \ iiiui.hiii reienl, ciII .
You are a partner with: everybodyelse L 'k 1 &" .\lrni Co., uf. Chicago, is ;independent I trip I ) south to see lur hlni.scll'wu.ii' I lI

in town, and the town-which I is of the rcgulnr mechanismof ;, opportunities) Flmnl.i held to. I the nun I
all the IJUUIUTM colluclivelycuri'dm the bank \ flu It s and safes and op- : A'I who wanted! to wink, rut her th in spe '- ......... ."
only as juj. peroua and progressive us i I"ii"$"'$ when I the burglars/ unke I their ulnte' in real estate. I His I lellei, i to. Us
the sum of the prosperity' und the .itl'ek by cither puiuhing, biuwimr, ">r \: follows. : \' I

progress of the individual partners.l burning out the combination box It .., IiMCNtiK'ites Slate."Merry ,/
"ives both a locking, : device' 1111,111 system v I .
your share and there will be no \ I lbi -.y
of protection rcloching' thu \ : : t/liristmus and u |'|I'Y newi'.up :
question as to the outcome. It means gas I \ to tic Kditor': and :Mult oi Uie
money for you and your family; it doors more firmly after the attack I Hilltop and my frlneds.. und, render.
than when it originally locked! by
mean the same things for your neigh was ,
of the I Hilltop Weekly. .
the combination bars.
bors. _4.\ "I. and 1 H good many others' of us
Stores and Community.The The gas protection. is placed, on the if:4: liuvu! been rending' so much about iE
men who conduct our, stores This world famous "bloodless"lurgeon inside'! and i is released simultaneouslywith "Florida! and'! the boom down I theru lj fi.o"" )
the business men of Starke are your who cures with the magicof the locking\' device. The gas, I I i iI that another gentleman und<1 I took, a t

neighbors not outsiders, so they are his! hands, Is again in Amenca called! "Lewisite Gas," was invented trull I down. there recently I to i InvoHtignte I. Harry: II. Culmer, chemical .n.
in a position to know Starke and the to visit some of his patients. during' the World War by I'rof. Lewis, actual conditions. I give you ginger of claims
Chicago, he has
surrounding community and can and 1'lIIpnrariblinds! those. coinint ll, n<'''O A'TC; here all I he facts just us I found Invented, rubber
synthetic which
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speak of its problems with authority.The in contact with it. gas .. I them.
... be derived from,
can yam lotus products
Telegraph as spokesman of the now in commercial life of the nation ",,'t' left. here on December I) 13th nt
community, is ever interested in the ('OVSTFST! : TO TAKK" : I'l', to dispense mobs, drive crowds. from Rep. C. McGregor of N. Y| I !(121/: (> over I the Southern .Railway It Including Rnrbner.: If true it'tnn.U
welfare and prosperity of its home mrriKs: "'EImUItmST. buildings: and prevent robbery of payroll charged! that" Washington cookicouldn't i wus very il1l<'Il'st"C, to study I thofoimation to stretch the I lubber imlua-
community, and during the coming carriers By the installation of make good pies. To prove I of the soil I us we passed' in try all nut of inini.
and, :Mr. Ward Agent of linker County reservoir of this inside the him wrong a
weeks we will discuss the cause a gas pie-eating contest those three btntes. Tlie: main crops
the cure of what ails us-if ailment Transferred to lirudford. vault any tampering with the vaults' was: staged and here is Congressi. I nerc cotton, I nnd peaches but WI' also ICEliI'I.AI10:0.11111.( : :. .\' TKHM); 01"
there be such as the mail order when the doors are closed will release I Montgomery\! of Okla. finish. ) bare '
-' passed'I I HUH) acres of desolate 1 COUNTY: ( (IL' It'l' 111<::1.11 I'll lMl.tY::
menace, etc. :Mr. J. :M. Brownlee( chairman boardof the gas and lock the doors, frustrating ''t. third pie.hiltflpORI I rocky country I IhrTigh i :
On another' page you will find,! nn county commissioners was advised! any attempt at robbery. II (:leorgiu. \Vlltillm1'lIrt I 1':11.1: son, colored I, petit
entire page devoted to local businessmen Tuesday by the extension division U. This burglar proof leek, gives pcr-'. I Temperature I Kiwcx."We larceny, ; plead l not, utility.i I I l> ound. KUil-u
-your "partners." It would he S. department of agriculture, that Mr.I (itt protection to depositors and is a readied Jucksonvillc. early on ty and Kpntvnceil I to six iiitiuit lit at
impossible to secure space in this ud,! Ward, who has served as county agent: decided I improvement over the old], .. t theI 1 11th, To our iistunixhincnt.. we, bard, 1 labor.I .
for every business man in the commu- for Baker county two years, would form of electric wires for l protection. ') 'COI'NTYSt ; ; ll\\k: hitS found' olirselveM I in I in'I.IIItI.!! V'eleft I I'. M. Rose, iiMsault' and.. I 1 battery*
nity. However, during the next month take up his duties in Bnuit'ord l county -- --- -.- ( ( SSn'l. \ K\I( I Cincinnati i with i the I temperatuunt conliniiod.i Rose' was arrested I I by

or so, when these pages are running, next !Monday, February 1st. :MRS. :MAICY KAl'LEKSON: :'/ Resources, of (Iht. I Institution' Kcuclies :2J! degrees above zu'it'V huh wenwoke deputies! at ( lampion Ueiu Ii on complaint
you will find many other advertisements :Mr. Ward requested his transfer to in. Jiuksonville, I I Flit., ,it was 7H of the management, for creating
scattered throughout the Telegraph 1 Bradford l county us soon as he learrjed The entire ('on""lunit'US saddened $ lfi.5il.Vij! ; | I I leg> u.s. a disturbance.J. .

/ and these should have carefulperusal that the county was seeking un ugent. Moidny; January 18th., when it "There we were with our heavy C. 1 Holmes I operating,, I I motor vo-
as well. Our advertisers -e lie is known by many of our farmers was 'earned that :\1"". Mary: Itaulcr- The stockholders! of th. Bradford underwear, overcoats und,! swi'u, teiS. hicl.t without I license. l'med $1 I unit
business men of Starke, who have the and truckers and is a practical, hard son had passed to the /great beyond. County Bunk met, in regular/ annual I You can i imagine how we felt.. Kvery-: costs or :'M days.
confidence of the community and working/ man well qualified to lend Athoujrh/ sh> had been in bail, health session on January !12th, and in looking nne. WitS I in I Palm I Iteiich elith, i 11g. Thi.) Jim. Alexander, colored bruakinifand
who have confidence in the rity: assistance, to the growers for sometime, and! her death was momentarily bnck over the work of the bank ( hildrpn i were barefooted. ,Flowers I entering; waived I preliminary' i and
future; they must have, or thew would .----- expected, yet it came ns a during the post year of; 1025: a great; were, in full bloom. ordered, held to circuit" i court I in bond!
not back their faith in this place with 1 III'B ORGAN:'/ FOR shock< to her many friends:. anti! rela deal of satisfaction was expressed at I lid Not Linger. ..I' $MIO.S. .
the investments: that they have made!, I'IUSUTJoIU'ICIIVnOI: :'/ tives.. She was the daughter/ of Mr.\ tho good results that had l been accomplished Vt. did. not reinum long in Jacksonville L. Alvarez, selling Intoxicating
and pay heavy taxes. on these investments and :Mrs. Samuel Sweat, and was' born and plans W,>('r made Looking as tin city boru itt, attraction liquor' ; plead not Kitilty., Jury returned
besides spending large sums For the the in Baker County Florida, and! !had forward to this year of 1
each year to maintain the establishments liiurch: has past\ been year talking I'rcsbytcriun about and reached the age of 83: years. it the one ef the most successful years in river. After a liatli and! n good, meal yard let by instruction uf pres 1,1IIIJT .

that stand before you and I lii'ining to get a pipe While When trirty-two years of age! she The history of the institution. we """I'd",1 a Seahminl,I I train. for the judnfe on it'iiiiu'st| < of the prosecuting .
everybody else, here and beyond our Mr. Christy was nort'.l:organ., during the was united, in mniTinito Mr. DanielKauliTson. growth of the financial institutions rural ,districts of several counties, espeilally attorney. rroHeuutintf attorney
limits. as monuments to their implicit .summer, he visited 1 of the nnd to this union were : of any community very properly St it i'ko mill, !Bra,I turd. made a statement, to I tha court that
some pipe
confidence that Starke can and will manfacturers getting horn six children all of whom survive reflect the conditions of the community "Wl''iHit,1, several' farms ntul or- warrant hud been 1 issued! for Alvarez's .

make good! particulars us to, size, tone,pricesand und her Namely: Mesdamcs J. J. Kigdon, lit large, and, naturally the growthof nnire groves. :Strawherries; were in ill-rent oil charges publicly
In every movement that hits the .! durability., It was realized! : that on T A. Crawford J. T. Moore, L. Sweat, bank, is of interest to every ciliZI1. "("om. recan nut trued wire about mad,, by :Mrs. A. N. ;Marculle( on thu
public benefit for its aim they are thelenders. account of the size of the church of Starko; W. It. Rhoden, of Glen St. deposits of a bank give an LK liy ( t.honsanilx and! all kiiidi ufveitetnliles strcflH. and I to I Deputy) W. W. I lii ieuie'n.
As has been pointed out their building the must he of :Mary: and! Lewis Uuulurson of Jacksonville insight into the general prosperity of were rowint: I Here is i, Witnesses for the Htute were ;Mrs.! A.
investments Is here, so theirs is nota size. organ a certain a community and an 1 idea 1 of the extent where' I rut a bit bouquet> of rose N. :'II' II r'lIlll' and'I //11,1'1111, ) ,iii. On) the

divided allegiance. Everything they For thirty-five years she was n to which nn institution is serving' from t the hushes."llradfofcl witness stand, :Mrs.' :M.nvolle I I teslifiuil I
have is staked on the future of their One has been secured that answers faithful member of the Primitive flap- the public' such ns no other criterion county 110,1,! 1 found, very that she had'! never seen Mr.' Alvuroa
city, and with their city they will riseor all the requirements and is now being list ,church and numbered! her friendsby can Ifiv('. It is with pride that thu rich a nil Ii ruilue't lye. I It was 1 Ideullyndapteil I I until the afternoon, slut went into the
installed by Henry Wolf and Son, of stockholders point to the fact that the defendant! that
fall. her acquaintances to berrieK and, viK<'tal>lei). bin her shop run by ;
Jacksonville, organ builders. The organ I ,deposits of the Bradford County Bank
has Splendid Future. I.unit of Sunshine die hud never seen him deliver any
No community that we know of so has more than thirty foot pod Funeral services were held! Tuesday! increased durin<, the year nrnrtlenlly "(11.uritlit is a wonderful, I Iii nil.! The liquor to the hOllll.or Karaite. or wit.i'ssef .
dies really a keyboard to be manipulated at I Dyul cemetery, Rev. W. M. Moody, seventy-five percent over that of the
much deserves!! this confidence as our nun shines every ,1,1, :.'. I'eople" there the IUIVIII<'nt therefor.. Mr.Marcolle _
the last .sad I
by the feet, and of course< a of Lacrosse conducting; previous year. Another i interesting
own home city Our merchants are have seen snow eiirly in bunks aminmvintc ,I tent i fed! that lie had I never
un.ted for the common good. Theyare regular key board, hence it is playedby rites.. Many: floral offerings were sent fact is that the total resources, of the pictures. Hut I am cooling 7>urchascd I liquor from, t the. defendant

working for the interest of ail both hands and feet. by friends and relatives. bank hay. shown u splendid.! increase, PD\V to a very interesting part to all! I II.I W. I llardee, larceny of hot(; failed
who call this city "home." Cash is It is now being installed and, prookbly ---- us indicated by the bank statement at of you. to appear., I loud,I entreated..
the motor that will make Starke forgeto within fw or three weeks will MAIL.THEFTS CIIAKGEI: the close of business December :31st, YOHthere is a 1'11'stllto\ boom -- .---- .
the front. But not in the way you "e.rend)' for use. When the organ !Is TO I'OSTAL OFFICIAL when they reached fB Ior93.ei<: !); i well\ hero also! itS in other' parts of Florida.Heal :MIC. I.KVIS: JOMKS: OKJOHNSTOWN
think. You are not asked to part with ready for use an organ recital will over the half-million mark Those estate agencies are' In every : IS: :NEW'/ :
probably be /given so as to give all a assistant facts: show that the bank is keeping 01"'. C.
your money. Not the cash that comes John L. Gnskins, 315, post other house. Hotel, even picture HKCItKTAUY; OK C.
out of your pocket, but the rash that chance to hellr'it. It is being equipped master at Hajford, was arrested yes. pace with the growth of the community houses an' turned over to real estate
stays here is what wil build up this with a blower and a motor which tcrduy by postal inspectors on and reflects the prosperity of its operators They are all very tiieo A special committee from the board
community. will make it easy for the performer. charges of mail theft. He was patrons. people Ilnlltl''um"'ollntin! i {. They will of Kovernora of the local chamber of
How i. that when Installed and in order for use brought here and, waiving a preliminary I The good 1 work of the board of directors sell you anything from real estate commerce, met Wednesday' afternoonin
Buying from' home merchants.A it will have a value! of about $2r;;<))0.00. hearing( before Carl Noble for the year 1U25! was testified to the moon but steer flenr of them Col. S. I 11. Williams' office to consider
Duty is Owing. It will he quite an addition to the musIc United, States commissioner, he was by the fact that each member waihonored if (possible.Koiixht. several applicants. for tho offices .

You earn your money in this town of Starke. committeed to jail in default of a $500:> by re-election to serve during, 20 Acre Tract. of secretary to succeed, Mr. Wm.
-spend it here. Don't impoverishyour bond. tho pr.,sent year. Tlie: hoard consist ",\ ft'r invpftturiitinjr' four or five T. f.owles." -
city by taking the money out of HOTEl.IEETI'IG: :'/ Inspectors T. H. Jervey and F. C. I.f1: i'Ssrs. N. T. ll.tch.. T. J. Griffin.O. rountieK we found what wo wan After much' deliberation, tho application
it and sending; it to a mail-order house WEDNESDAY: :'/ 1 :NKJIIT'/ Ellis: \ went to Ruiford to investigate ;. :M. Inmnn, 'V. T. Weeks, J. M. !looking, for, in a trll'tIf 20 aires uf Mr. I.evis .lories, of Johns-

far away. Don't take train or bus reports that mail was being/ rifled after :Mitchell. .. adapted, to all sorts (it berry pro for a place a score of miles distant to At a meeting held Wednesday night I it was received at the nostoffice. -- ----- tion. cepted. I He( will I I I assume' his I duties
:M. K.: CliriCCII." SOUTHKnoch : '
if citizens: of the town to meet with resulted in the .
arrest 1st.Mr. .
buy there. In the former instance you Their investigation "I will nay that any man\ with n February I "_ "
are making some rich corporation :Mr. (:co. P. Spittnll relative to sub- bf the assistant postmaster. L. ( :Mnrinlinulei, : Pastor) I little capital with which to, buy II : Jones. comes here highly recommended.
richer-at your expense-and in the icribing to stock for a modern hot"! II. Kit h is postmaster at Kuiford.,! Sunday: school at I II I) .oMock( Sunday small tract for production, who i iH I Hn has had! a I a rife experience
latter instance( yon nro helping some building in Starke' to be hold l jointly :Some: of the letters rifled, in the morning I. A. J Davis, Supt. I)nn'tfnl'Jl'.t able to adjust his crops! to, I the demand in secretarial work, having /been. ,
big city store pay its heavy overhead! by the stockholders and, the.! American Its ford.! postoffico contained money the time, and, come around if ,i of tlie Heastin will I I make KO'il| in Y. M. C. A. work, many years prior
by the hip her profit Licked onto every tcotels.orpnriitiin. ( a committee was according' to the inspectors. The you wish to enjoy a jolly) crowd., Lust in Klorida. to Lii k i rug/ up t the chamber of commerce
appointed( to draft agreements for iipmwnl amounts however were small.! (!as- work. I His I recommendationsinclude "
smtrlo! article you buy. : Sunday was ruining and, cold, but the 1 he nod. I the climate and the ni'm r-
It's time you stopped robbing yourself by citizens committee und! Mr. kins denied( rifling the! mails when he folks were Ihcre. Some brother went kit is there. With i I it little I I t I !pit t ii'tice" I I tb. approval I of the I stftto
and your town and paying: : tribute Spittall. was' tnk"n into custody. lie is married I Into the Woman's Club! early I in I the arid a willingness to really work any chamber of commerce, which I in itself
to stores and merchants who do noth- :Mr. Spittall proposes t() erect a five and has three .small children. ,morning. out of the ruin to take u man can make irood' there means much.)' I He I IIIIM I been ,secretaryof
for community. story: hotel building, with basement When he waked flowing. raised l''Ia Auenls."Returning the. county chamber of commerce
Inc for vou or your snooze. a |
and roof garden, with not (less< tVmnit : of Union County, of which I.ako Hutler -
, Consider! it from another nngb I ; Ii I'VII" roi. .. dug I in the flu ('plllee all,1he' !' to the real entitle, utferits. :
, you work here. You expect: to find'! employment ( ) I room*, the lower floor to contain The business und program meetingof wusurrounded with tho happy I )been mo ncciiiinti'd| : I with mn.itof is. the county seat for several
at your job for years to stores nnd hotel lobby.( 1 Huch room the W. :M. S.. of the Baptist church. faces of the Bible, Class.. I He likedt them hut we Hfbvted, our place 0'111" and. his record, in this offico hall1"'I.n

come, find that has induced\ '! von to acquire will han privuttbath, i or connectinghath was held,! M mday afternoon at the 'to well! that hi' followed) them over tochurch. without their aid thus savinu their ]1Uicreent I very soli"factory.
Your family shares t lephcines..Irctiiutini<< ice water There You'll l I I like i I it commisnion. Mr. Jones is a man of pleasing nndirenllemuritly
a home. home of :Mrs. J. :M. IkQwn Ice. too.Junior |'
und ramhi, The your comfort nnd have made! clear frierds in our own i was estimated,! at $1 73,01)0: ) antI and one new member. F'M;1.:iuluui.,, Supt. Children'i .hero'schance. whom we became iicquainted that Ifound hat has won him many friends'
its the amount of .stock to be taken (lo- In Waiichula' already'! llo and his. family
by : ,be
home ciimnvinitv, thor profit The usual business was attended to to a 'MtrniKht-shonter.' Any
schools (supported J>y taxes' paid by rj.'l.v: was set at $4:,000 plus the hotel and some special things' among Senior' League ntI:.1\:; Sunday eve- of my friends and readers! who may will arrive In Wauchula their home.A within. a
to mnko
your employer and ,,:;. the merchants Si ti. which was the adoption,! of an orphan I ing. Good meetings! ? I should say! become interested in buying land, in few days this is
chamber of
of'the town. AJI well-Hi\ by yourself) :Mr. Spittall has contracts for erecting girl! at our Baptist Home in Arcadia. They held a social I Friday,! evening and this vicinity should l see or write this live commerce ono
Live Oak and Lake of the nisets a town can
hotels in greatest
and they benefit by its churches and City, This meaning to clothe her during the of course they're feeling good and will Kcntleman. lie hat my endorsement. and: Wnuchuln should rank with
with interests have
enjoy its'ioclnl. life. "Now, .say your and is negotiating in 1920.Our make the meeting snappy. "His name Is T. :S.; WilliamStarkn, line
year /In other
for the construction of the best In this al
Pnlatkn a new every
employer (rives ;I'oulob to some out- committee treasurer reported that we, as Morning worship? Well), yes It F'lori it to you? | hotel there. The appointedto will be 11 o'clock in the morning An Invitation
dider-what would mean a Missionary: Society met our apportionment nt ,
Jan. 22.
Figure it out for yourself. I[ draft a contract with !Mr. Spittall for last year which anti again at 7:30:: ) in the evening. The "I with to extend a cordial Invitation .
Keep Business Home i in composed of :\II'II-rs. I D. E. Knight, amounted to $375.00. The name! J pastor has something .special to tell to Any of my friends from Me. PeStito-Spent three days of this
I 1
Spend your money elsewhere, and I J. II. Hitch and J._L. Peek. amount was pledged for this year. you. It's confidential. but you may Healthy who may be in tho neighborhood week in Lakeland, attending nnnual

the merchants will be forced to go 1 DEATH OF BALDWIN:'/ !MARK After the business a very interesting bring your friends..! And the music, l of Jacksonville. to come out and midwinter conference of agents. Citrus
out of business here and to seek a program under the leadership of I am 'iuro you have heard! of it.'e visit us on our new place.: Mv address, frirtn' were .studied. Jammed jellied
new location where more civic pride Baldwin :Marr son of J, T. :Marr, of ;Mrs. A. E. Wall, wag given. The sublect have one of tho best choir: anywhere may bi obtained l from any of my children perxorvpil. unit crystallised,!, all of
and community spirit exists among Highland was almost instantly killed I of the afternoon being "SpecialW. to be found. Ileur the singing Sunday or from the Hilltop. which were Interesting and! In tr1\C.
the people. And, you may be sure Tuesdav' afternoon at 3 o'clock by a :M. U. Objects." The following nt both s.rvicell.1": Adkins is director Your very truly, live. WP "sl'l'<'inlly enjoyed 1 the two
that no other business men will come shot fired from a pistnj in his hand. topices were discussed: and Mrs.: Long is pianist. fmillunapel: \ agents fiom Pnlk county who hml
!in to take their place, for nothing Countv officers went to the scene but 1. Sunday! School! Board Bible Prayer meeting? Certainly. Seven- 1208 Wulnnt street rincinnnti, Ohio." r..r..ntIyrptllrn<,<1 from three month I
scares business! away from a town so they did not deem! an inquest necessary Fund by Mrs. A. E. Wall. thirty Wednesday evening! is the hour. Hilltop Weekly. Cincinnati, OhIo stsy in Kurope. Their talks of their
much as "for rent" .signs on vacant all evidence pointing to :'oIarreominll 2. The Margaret Fund, by :Mrs. G. And by the time we close, when all! the '-S H.OCKC. trill made ns wish wo had taken ad-
bnsiness buildings. Mail-order housesare to his death through his own C. White. choir have gathered for arranging thn FINK! EGGS FltOM vantage of the trin. They planned'ccii

not doing anything for you or act, wether accidental or suicidal. 3. Our House Beautiful, by Mrs.! Sunday program and late corners N. Cooper & Son have on display had ns cook. French dinner' and
for your community. You realize W. J. Epperson. have gotten: in, we have a good crowd,, a dozen large eggs at the dank serve It ono pvemmr. This walt es. .

that we are sure. We shall have Duval-A cash prize of $250.00 Is 4. Concerning Spiritual Gifts by too. You will enjoy seeing them slow1: of Starke, just a email .sample of what p.'ciallyIntarestinw._
more to say on this subject next week. being offered to any farmer or boyIn Mrs. E. D. Card. ly marching in, provided you pet/( thereon I their flock of White Leghorn, aro I Auhurnlalp-AubuJ'nlalp S Power Co
this county who will produce the After the program a very pleasant time yourself. Come early If yoy I doing on their place near Starke. At
Jacksonvile-Plans under way for highest! yield from one acre of corn, .soe'al half hour was enjoyed during wish to see the procession.! (the present time they are making extending linen on North road l and
pier and pavilion recordof which! the hostess assisted! .by Mrs. S. vicinity.
new $800,000 pleasure above the already established heavy shipments of eggs and l are re- _ _
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Jacksonville-Atlantic Coast Line I .---------- -
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at Jacksonville Beach. 105 bushels, this! prize Is authorizedby l ceivinu good prices.Clearwater '.
the Board of County Commissioners :Mrs W. L. Wall served a delicious Railroad announces completion ol r : i 1,7:1earloab: :\ citrus! fruit shinned

.Clearwater-City! planning pur- for the purpose of arousing Inter- course consisting of ambrosia, pound double-track system between here ant]l -.Plans on foot for widening out of Florida during recent 7-
chase two new fire trucks. est in greater yields per acre. cake maccaroons and hot tea. Richmond, Va. Myrtle Avenue to RQ I feet. period. .


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: ; I PINE: CASTLE Never Thought of That Ho record of Bradford County. said landibulnr "; |I fixtures usually connected with a first class
i)( : I In Section 24. Township 5, Suuth Rang., I ,gin plant
: Pine Castlo, Jan.-15.-:Mr! and Mrs.: He-"Do you think you could liven .'2 East. Together with all the buildings and I 'I, E. M. JOHNS Muter.J. .
of :Monday forty dolhurs a week?" machinery locate on aoove de-scribed land In
B H. Hall
Hampton spent
( ) chiding engine, gins, scales, press shafting''I I L. Fraser & Herbert Lampson
t here with his brother, O. C. Hull.Miss t She-"Sure-but what will you do?" ,pulleys, belting and all other machinery and I Solicitors for Complainant, 1-8-41-1-29.
: C'.emmic: Hall spent the later ---- ,
I part of last week at Graham, with Tarpon Springs 30 new homes will tStSZSr52SLS'! r, r r c cxr coc c__ c_ c .
her sinter, Mrs. B. L. Youngblood. be constructed in Sunset Hills de- t
: : .1 Lee )))'al of Graham and Everett velopment project.ClearwaterAdditional. :
Wasdi.t/ of Waldo spent Sunday af-
i : story will a
ftcrnoon with friends in our section. be built to Masonic Temple now ndor' a
I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hall of Waldo
I 'I spent the week-end here. The Unprotected

!Mrs E. J. :McKae and daughter, Tallahassee-Contracts let for con-
I :Mrs. A. J. Hall and }[rR. Stokes of I struction of new $100,000 domitoryat
Waldo' spent one day last week herewith State College for women.

|I I I :: .friends and Mrs.and G.relatives.Mr. F. Johns. of Waldo, Tampa-Group ;of; "'capitalists purchase -

were the guests of :Mr. and Mrs A. I 5,000 acres land in Pasco coun- WOMEN
I I ty for $1,000,000.Winter .
C. Hall Sunday evening( I
:Miss Clemmie Hall spent the first Garden-Local Methodists:
; of the week in Waldo with friendsand 1\\ making plans for erection of liquid

relatives carbonic gas manufacturing plant
:Mrs. A. C. Hall mid. daughter, here.
1 I I, ('(emnlit. and Lucille were shopping in I

. .;; ;; I ;; i : ; 1 Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALEflorrhy
I anal Mrs. G. W. Sheffield were
f visitors to Hampton one day las week.Mr ftuuiflian,notice for In Rivrn Luther that Henry I. the DMHU undermined Jr...
: Rodgers was a business. vlsiotrs rn,nor heir of Luther Henry Deoito, iltcrniiuil! ,
1 Into of Krailfnrcl County Florida.. will apply
I to Graham one day last week. I II IlrR. to tho Honornulu Ovum A. timtlinvr, euuntJuiliia > I EVEnWO I.who must look after
I I :\ G. T. Johns and son Harry and.I In and for Drmlford a
County Statu ol
i daughter, Doris spent Tuesday after- I Florid. Hi tn cluck a. m., on Monday the t her own property has need of a
I Hall and H-'nd tiny of February A. 1>. 11)24 at the of. service where her af-
1 noon here with :Mrs. A. C. fico nf mild County Juiliro In the Court House safe banking c;
> family./ ''In Stnrke, nradforrl. County, Florida for nror fairs will be watched by official of C!
:Miiis riommie Hall returned to [J!
I undivided interest of tha. said Luther! wide business experience, expert
\ Tampa Thursday after several days Henry D"- .... Jr. the raid minor In and to the
I visit here with her parents Mr. and. following ilmcribeil lend lying and being, rnrailforil knowledge and trained judgement. g
A. C Hall and other relatives. County Slut of Plorlila to-wlt: EVEIIV COURTESY is extended in I:;

G. W. Sheffield was a business visitor I Lot Number 11 and 19 of Ruction I II, Town. providing an efficient, polite and [G)
to Waldo Friday. .hip' G, South Range 22 East according, to a [
I map nf nnlil section on reconl In the public, quick[ service.IT .
Herbert Home, of Louise was visiting I record.. of Ilrndforil' County .Florida and con.tumlnir ffi
friends here Saturday night. I I1 II twenty ((20 acre more or lean. COSTS NOTHING to learn our
I :Mr. Rnodger wow visitor tohampton That 20th CLLMM1B day of January ELIZABETH A. D.UFESg lU26. I methods. With the belief that stability -

." j I Saturday.Mrs. '. 1.22-Ct-2-19 Ctunrilian for D.Luther..... Jr..Henry Minor, and faithfulness! are demandedon
t A C. Hall was shopping in
the part of a well managed bunk
Starke Tuesday morning.
Messrs. ack Padgett and Thomas MASTER'S SALE upon t this! basis we invite your busi-

Oldhitm, of Graham were business visitors Notice fn hereby uiven that under. and b], ness.
here Friday. virtue of that certain final decree of forecloaur .
# made. and rendered on January 6th 1920,
Nathan Hall of Waldo, was visiting by Honorable A. Z. Adklna. one of the Judge.. s,
I friend, here Thursday. of the Circuit Court In and for Bradford I
County rlorldn. In Chancery In that certait,
A COMMUNICATIONFROM( ; ; ::' : rattan wherein Lorenzo A. Wilson and W. M. )
Meson Jr, :
/ ( ) ] M cn-pnrtnera trading under the'
; 1I1IAUCOTTE; firm name of Wilifon-Manon Ctmpany an"'I I _
| i complainants and R. B. Jackson and Marcy, t--- _ _ _
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C. Jackson his .
wifel and C. C. Godwin executor
I Jan. 11, 1925. of the Will of W. F. Godwin decease d i 1
The Bradford County relegraph, and Annlo Lou Godwin widow, of VF.. Godwin .
itaceaned ,
are defendants the undernlicnecan
Starke, Florida. Suecin I Masters, will offer for ante ami
Dear Editor: will: nell for cash to the highest and beet bidil BANK OF STARKE
der. In front of the court house door In Starke,
: In reply to the S. Alvarez Case Uradford County. Florida on Monday the 1st l
published in last week's issue of your ,lay of Februaryy, A. D, 192d. during th. legal I Ij
1 houm of ante, for the purpose of nntiafyiniisaid The Bank of Helpful Service
t .. paper would like to make the citizens! < Final Decree, the following .described. real.
of) thin Town wise to the rude and estate and personal property lying and being WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS I
\ vulgar manner in which were absurd In Tho Rrailford North 1'wo County.hundred Florida feet of to-wit.block S3 inEast lJ 1
I to me and my wife's character. Which I II aid, of Lawtcy. floridn bounded on j J
; Soiilh, by Innils' of Louis H. Hill and on the
I was very impulsive along with the North anti East by Kinvsley Lake Avenue II
many false remarks was staling that and on Ibo West by lands of E. J. Dlnkina aacordintr .
a to a pint of the Eust side' of Lawtey. $ [):
I wan addicted to the drink habit. In loge 81) of Book 1, Pub. i575Z52; ; ""i252. tasasaca casas-asasas sasasasa a sasasasacasa ati I
Now how well informed N'lurldairecorded It
I I are you so ___ __ t i
/ about my affairs and habits? With -- -- iI
out going any furrtier with this. one I
I word to the wise, tho writerof I --
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that item better ho more
I careful in n his remarks for thereis :' LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
law and. justice for such people circulating
such abomnible falsehoods I

ti'I j> I' called, black mini, this matter will nutre..t r-
here, unless someone makes reparation -
/ from one who is not ashamed

I > I to sign his name. A. N. :\Iarrlltte. PEEK REALTY COMPANY

\ I inK up to schol age now are given an STARKE, FLORIDA tnComing
adequate education, they will never
II bo able] to cope with the problems life -
\ I f that modern civvihzution prents. ... ;:
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\. tho Clay county line.
: From Brooker road to Sampson

( City.From Starke four mils: west on !I I I
the Brownlee road or Lake Butler

: : ] '' These two roads are both contenders''
I for state road 28 and after designation -
by tho state road department, the
other roud will be gravel clay for a
distance of four miles from Starke. n !
i The construction of the gravel clay .
< (: road will be similar to the state highways | The
I where lime rock Is used for abase Biggest Hit of the SeasonS i

Gravel clay will be laid to adepth : :
of (f)) inches and 10 feet in width, u making a road that gives years of
service. "LASSES LEE"
State Roads Included.Of .
!' the 27 miles of hard surfaced :

.! state roads included in this program, : :
$60,000 will be Bet. aside for the con- :
struction of state road 48 from Starketo And HisGlenada
i tho Clay county line, a distance of i
four miles. With the funds provided
I for in the recent election Clay county
I I will extend this road to the eastern I Hills I
aide of Clay county, where St. Johns
\county will continue Its! construction

; I i to St. Auguatine.I i ( ALL WHITE )
\ I I I $150,000 will be expended in the : i
ot. construction of state road 26 throughthe .
I county, a distance of 23 miles.
I This road will be a state aid road, the
state assisting in the construction MINSTRELS j
' I'and after its completion will take up I I
I its maintenance. This road will give

\ hard Bradford surfaced county roads nearly. which 50 are miles main-of Florida's Own---35 People 35 \

tained by the state at no expense to i
", the county. Including Roy Heahle, Lew Williams. Shorty Reh<>ar riv i 'r.. \ 113 Miles: From First Bond Issue : Hartlett. Geo. Monies Fat" and SUm McClure, Withers""Wung" *

fT; '.' With the proceeds from the first i .Ralph 'lIIgh Jinks" Lefever Rube Droit Jck lcWhorter. the Dancing J
; ., : bond. issue of $530,000; the bond! true oo :
s'';. ''r,> tees constructed 113 miles of A1graded ] i
v if roads and 22 miles of high. Last big show this,; :year-get jour tickets early-now on sale. *

ways with state al proposed( in this issue, Bradford coun-;
ty will\ have a total of 22(3 miles ol i MaUneeSrSO-PricesZSc&oOc; ; Night 8:13; Prices 75c; & $1.00 plus tax \

improved roads, as follows: 49 mile I ------ -_- .
roads, 31 3-10 mile I. -
; of hard surfaced -- --= .
semi-hard surfaced and 143 miles ol

i;"%:_?, ; I graded roads. : I *
. ', ; The roads laid out by the bond true Z Gaiety Theatre Jan. 22nd.
, ; tees Tuesday provides roads for thos :
., V' sections not accessible to the present .
" ; d I system, and links up several of th

'. .*. ; ; I i In-I old giving roads practically, shortening every distances portion ant ol i I Big Street Parade at Noon I

4' ; the county easy access to the hare I :

surfaced highways. ....av.a>......l.s....NNNN "tttttttltMMM *.
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Established 187'). Subscription-I'er Year $1.50( ;_ Six i Months.. 7r; '-i'.i> able Advance.. II. S. :Man, hewsncr.: .

VOLUME FOUTl-RIGHT STAHKE FLORIDA.. rKII).\". JVMUY:" 21.! 1'iW! : :M' M -ilium I I E\\ U

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11I1): ort of l.OCIIIltI'4iflC; $" Institulion.s .r.impinngith Doors KU' 'IM-H I "i ">.> r:mil. It''I''.,1'1'"1 I i.i li.. limn, ,'

'I I will .M.ike lor Ireiitcr; I I Dr. Adolph Lorenz I ('loudol. Ins to |)ritAway \.11 ]1'1'>; '. i iti )Mm, .. .VI i'. II ,ipt C Invents UtiMirr--1

(. 4111 Ifl U lilt y. (Food for Burglars! LIilL i. Eatin Champ ] tilt a',\ 'HIT *>,l I IKttn' IIIl'1 i K.i'i' |I'll.1 fa

''f Kelli'cllun.Thix : ..h"ll) t iliMuiitt I t.coil,, :M.iiKf, ,anilv, linioi : : :
.. ., .
' hero Ihv littt. I'
... during I' |uut I i iI
I- your citj! I II..t. ii> t tin I liank of Stnrke and the ...... fin .
You H in its I Iti.idtord, Ciniiilj' Hank have had in- i'ictryti'tii
'l urc p.ntiit'r proxpcritN.If I .
I Ilio hi'Ols'tif tini',.1,1.I I tweather
I'; it grows and thmi's, you !pxifit. i ,ill.I. d in their vaults n device whiiliill : : uig, on lm\i' d I 'It&o\ ) \ -"
t t'ns
t in himl dollais a.;'d Ltnts; it ,it.iK'oLli ,\ I lull I the" flfiiits of any cineksini at' "XI""ll'I" i .
... I the llti\viiih U'U. I limn I I Illoiiupfi
, Is ritariIcl, uml tt tjoe.s h.K'k-. .'.n 1 who .ilttmpt i to ho i'g\ itt i'ue the ": ... .vein '" i in ,
I I JUS Walnut 1'lIh'llII'
1 \ward you lo--,'. \Vo have taken the nits uf these, two ill"litutol1"! 13y "j stci'i't ,
i : .. i ..1 i I inu.; tilt 1"lm',111, lit I mini
foi' ninth for muntefl that 'I'\I'l1t of and \ "
niuru wo I 'unll< wires I automaticMitiols i .
tin II ",',"fin trip south, 1-1 111'(11( tli .'i i .
J have 111111 sight of the h\Ller-particul- a Inirtilnr' alarm sjhtom will rlifs'r": .._ : : '
., in"ni ii| win mug Hi those .it i w i ,
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any our own obligation in the mut Ti"'"I''ut the nilhery nnd IIi t theaiilf ._ *
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niti nipelli'd to ii'imiin III I > y
t tu I 'l''i' trent the LUI' Iu' to the surprise' ( :'
r. :
ter.You .. .. 1 I HIIMW. :.Hill SUIl.shlMP Illtllfl ti, III I III' M4
' 'ollr nelghlov can say mlift'. (
Stitit Ii ui' with lll'WPIN 1111.1 I 1
l.i | '
I III.shine. I '
which it nhall be.You This .1.1.I I installed by the A nick iiiI. : .J' . c\oryuody I. .,It & .M l. ('n. of Clma/o I is ; : ;\1.. Ihiiciiift'i i I made .1 i i'<> i ill I \ .. .
arc a partner :"i'ri; c m- r .4\ *' .1;
I trip south (In Si'.' Im linn"'t'll I'I'a inoppolt .
else In town anti the town-which it- f cit .Il'IICIt."t of the icgular m.'ihunUni, .
UllltlC'Ii, Flol III. Ill-Ill III I h.
all the colluclivelycaii't't1 f ..t"lh.. hllulllIlIlls and safes and !
puiLiuih F op- t A only UK juu puruua and pi'\c us i "'/1':: when I the burglars/ 11111 k,' I their '
in ical Ills Uu
estate. to
the suet of the PrsperIty( uml the : .' alt.i'k by either punihing liinVMiii, ir \'F :";' "l 'i i -

progress of the individual I.tl1etll. liu L'iliiig out the combination; It .. : :

1)0 your share uinl there will be no "ivcs both I a locking ilex .lip 1111,111 system I liiM'htlmiics, ( :state. \x- .
question as to the outcome. It mc-ans uC11"\ protpition lelotkiiiK t'm' I 1,; "Mcny: I hnstiiiuit an.l H llai|'|'y II'' w .
\ ,' lt \I.K, Kditor; iiiul Mull i .Inllilltup '
money for you and your family; it doors more firmly after thp attack .11' > t>

nieuna the name things for jour fuighbors. / !_ ._! than when it was originally linked by I I iiiul lilY Ii'Iiie'ils iiiul lendei :
the combination bars. of t tin- J Hilltop Weekly.I
sewa "I ami H gaul.I otlit'is ot us :
Stores and Community.The The '
Is !
gas protection placed un thpinmdp
men who conduct our storesthe .- This world famous "bloodless" and i released simultaneously j have hi" '" rending HO mm/ 'li ubiiutTloiulu f2S"! O"-E

business men of Starke are your lurgeon who cures with the magicof with the )locking device. The t mill the I boon down I ,!J.:..lit...

neighbor* not outsiders so they are his hands Is again In America ciil'ed! "!.ewicite Gas" was inn'ntt.('inR' & : another uentlenmii: mul, J took a ,

in a position to know Starke and\ the to visit torn of his patients. the World War by Prof. Lewis, : stroll I ilo \'n Dion. recently to invention I- Harry II. Culmcr, chemical en.
attIca 1 foiiilitioim. 1
surrounding community and van and blinds to givi" you ftiiipor of Chicago claims he halO

speak of its problems with authority.The I . ill fontatt teniporarih with it. This those gun' is coininu lined II' ra'OOA''T&;. 3J hi'ie all the fuels just ".i I r"lIl1c1 I 101\ .'ipt&, "I synthetic rubber, which

Telegraph as spokesman of the now in commercial life of HIP nation .... I them."We. can be derived. from vuiious, product

community is ever Interested in the COUNTYCKNT: ; : TO T.\hi: I 1'1' to dispense niobs drive crowds from Rep. C. McGregor of N. Y! I I left help nil 1 Vermin, I lath I at9Ull Including gaib.icr/ ; If true it'

welfare and prosperity of its home UU'III'S I ; FKHUUAItl FIRST buildings' and prevent robbery of payroll charged' that Washington cook : u\t'r tho !-ullth'I'11: ..Railway 1 It stand, to strrtch the i ihher. Indus-
was Iiiht'l to study I the
community and during the coming carriers the of couldn't make II, all out of ,
lly installation good pies. To provd : y I i.'iniKKCI'LAU ;
foi ni.ilion of the I inIhose
weeks we will discuss the tnuxe and Mr. Ward.It't'nt of Ilaktr County, u reservoir. of this. gas inside. the him wrong a pie-eating contest HO us we "passed

the cure of what niH us-if ailment Transferred/ to Bradford.Mr. Miult any tampering with the vaults was staged and, here is tim l t't' states. TIio: mam crops '
Congress- wcie totton ami, peui'lies but we aNtpassed > : MOM" I.V 1'1-:10101":
there bu-such as tho mini order when the doors ..
are closed will release i. Montgomery: of Okla., Smshis I I Dill) ui res of ....8,1111, e' bare (01' :Nn COL'RI' HI'.I.D: Tt'I': U\Y'
menace, etc. : J. :M Brownlee, chairman. board the gas mid lock the doors, frustrating" j third pie i.i it'ky I'onntiv/ espetia.l.v' thri'igh i
On another page you will an of / attempt nt robbery. I
businessmen county commissioners was advised II (;Icotgiu. William Tuft Klleison: colored, petit
entire devoted tr local
page It would he Tuesday.. by the extension division, U. This; proof IOl'k'I'K\ pcrfivt I Temperature t ( HI' ('H. lint t'ccy; |,1.allIol, utility, I ound guilty .

-your to"partners. in tins -id,I S. department/ of agriculture, that Ir. protection to depositors nnd h is. nili'iideil "\v o reached JarkMoii\illi/ "> emly on I und senteiued I to sis' months at
impossible secure
space Ward who has served us county agent I i improvement over t the i old I iii'I I It Ii. 'In our aMumvlimi'iil' 1\'" haul labor.,

for every However business during man the in the next commu monthor for Maker county two years, would form of electric. wires. for. protection KRADFOKII! COt'NM':" II \\Ii: II.\SSI foniiil/ ourstlxcs in t 'iitxlainl., Vo I I'. M. HOMO, iiss.iult ,,ciii, buttery;
nity. ----- --- CCKSSITLV.H;
when these take up his duties in lirndford! county left Cincinnati with( I tinIt'iiipeMiluic' t'..lit I milieu 1 Kime was tested, by
so, pages arc running next Monday, February 1st. MRS. MARY RU'l.KKSON; : lit :!'J degrees above U'lien .
will find many other ndvcitisu- Resources .,f I the Institution Ueai'hes xi'io wellWldie deputies' nl I Hampton I II. II on complaint -
you .
Mr. Ward requested his transfer to In Jai J ksollVllle I "'III., I It trait 7Hllejil of the munagi'iiit'iil for neat inK
ments scattered throughout the Tele- Liudford county as soon an he learned The entire community was saddened $1 fI.r.I; : r. I \ '.'.'... a disturbitmp.J.. .

graph, and these should have careful that the county was seeking !\Io."lay, Junuuiv 18th., when it I "There with, ,
un agent wp WITH our heiivv C. I Holmes, operating, motor voliulo -
perusal as well. Our advertisers are lie is known by many of our farmersand was 'earned t.hllt111.: Mary Rauler- Thetockholdcis of lh,. Bradford underwear, oxi-rioiilH, and sweaters.mi without (license. "rnied" $1LnJ I

business men of Starke, who have the truckers and is a practical hard. son had passed to the great beyond. County Hank met in regular 'annual 'I \ tan iniairmp,> how we '''.It.. Kvery-: costs or :'M) days.

confidence of the community and working man well qualified to lend Athoun shp had 1 been in bad I health session January/ 12th and in look. oiu. wax i ill I'uI in I Item.h c I'it h i cig. Tlu .1.1111leXIL"ll'I'r culoicd breaking. i

who have confidence in the city'sfuture assistance to the growers. for sometime., und her death was mompntnnly ing back over the work of the bank ( hililri'i, wore hatre f....tcmI. !"lowers and entering' ; waned 1".1 1111 i 1111 ry .umlordered
; they must have or thew .-- expected( yet it came ns n during the past year of 1925: a great were in full bloom held, to tiicuit court in bond
not back their faith in this place with shock to her friends: and relatives. deal of satisfaction was expressed at
II'K ORGAN FOItI'ltESHViEKlAX I. many I Dill Not I Linger. ..I' $[.uo.>
the investments that they have made the
: She was the daughter of Mr., good results that had been accomplished .
CHURCH 'VI' did not remain lung in Jnt'k. !S. L. Alvarez selling intoxicating
and taxes these investments -
pay heavy on and :Mrs. Samuel Sweat and! born and plans weer made' looking
was sonvillc I I as the city )>ori. > no ultruction liquor' ; t>liud not guilty., Jury return
besides spending large/ sums For the in linker County, Florida and !tai forward) to this year of HK:>.rt, to make
ed of
each maintain the establish past year I'rcsbytenun for us except the beautiful :St.; Johns verdict not guilty returning
ments year that to stand before and. i':iurh has been talking about and reached the age of sa; years. tho it one of the most the successful' years in river. After n Imth anti n good meal such vurdirt by i mist iiu'tnni of p rusitl.

everybody else here and beyond you our I la'ining to get a pipe organ. While When trirty-two. years of age she The history of institution. wo lionrilt'il. n Seaboard. t ruin for tho ing judge, on request ..I' thu prosucuting -

limits monuments to their implicit Christy was noit'.i: during the was united in martini. to Mr. I Daniel of growth of the financial institutiois rural distnels of Ht-voral nullities' es-' attorney. Primecutinu attorney

confidence as that Starke can ami will summer he visited some of the pipe : 1 IJuulcTson. and, to this union were rellcrt:! the any community very properly pe tally I I Staikc and Brudford.Ve I made a statement to thu eoint that
conditions of
manfacturers born six children all of whom survive the community had been issued I'"r'AI.
urj.-.m getting prices ( viiiti'd I several furins a nil orange wariunt -
make In good: movement that has the and particulars us to size, tone, and I h'r.ian1l'Iy: : Mcsdames J. J. Kigdon. of the nt large bunk, and naturally the growth groves St rllwht>rrl"11! wonin Vllt'''''/''' arrest on ihurgcs i publicly
every ; durability. It T A. Crawford. J. T. !Moore L. is of interest to every cili.en mad :.i JN.. ;MurcoUo, I thu
public benefit for its aim they the was reuluetl that (..n : Sweat The bloom. I IVi'iin nut tru('" went nlioiil I.i ) by rs on
are uccount of the fir Still'ke W. K. of Glen deposits of H hunk give aninsij'ht .. anil I W. W Itiusden.Witnesses .
leaders As has been out their size of the church, ; Rhoden St by thu thousand* and all I kinilt of streets lo Deputy
pointed is nota building! the organ must to of a cer. :Mary and Lewis Kuulerson of Jack, Into the general. prosperity. of Vi'fTi'taldt'H" I HCIO //C1'nwilllt.i !; I If I!'rc' is for the stall were :Mrs. A.
investments is theirs
here 110 tain size. I sonville. a community und an Men of the extent hero. I cut n big bouquet' of roses N. :Marcolli) und,I biisbiind. I On the
divided allegiance. Everything they I I to whith nn institution I is nerving! from witness stnnd, I :Mrs. :Mutotle I testified
the hllbhpR."lIrndfnl'elc'ounty !
For .
One has teen secured that thirty-fivp years she was n
their answers
have is staked on the future of I the public, such ns no other criterioncan
all the faithful member of the I found, that slip had. never seen :\1 r. Alvurei
city, and with their city they will rise requirements and is now being I Primitive BliP'I Kive. It is with pride. that thustoikholders HOI veryI
fall. installed by Henry NVolf and Son, of. tist church. and numbered her friendsby "'h and productive. I It wax ideally I until, the iiflernoon sbo went into the
or to the fait
Has Splendid Future., organ builders. The I her acquaintances deposits of the point Brudford County Bank the adapted, to I.errieH anil I ycKi-lHldi-H., hllli'r i shu.'I' run by ; that
has ol"j I.and <>f !Sunnhiin' she hud never seen him deliver .any
No community that we know of M> gun more thirty foot Funeral services were held Tuesdayat increased dunnf lht'lIr
practically "Kloridu I IM wonili'rfiil. I lain,)J. The I liquor to the house or garage. 01' wit
much deserves this confidence as our tIles really: a keyboard to be manipu Dyul) cemetery. Rev. W. M. :Moody, seventy-live percent over that of the; a
lated b sic n Hhlni'H i dav. I l'e .iph' theie nessed, the payment theiefor... Mr.MurcDtte .
own home city. Our merchants are > the feet, and of course II of Lacrosse, conducting the last sad previous Another. every <
yeur. interesting
in bookH. and, t test fed i hint lie bat.. ) lIever1.lIr"'ul"c.,1
regular key board, hence it is rites. : floral seen BIIIIW eaily i
played Many offerings sent
tinted for the common good. They fact if that the total resources of the .
are working for the interest (,if all by both hands and feet. by friends' and relatives. bank have shown a splendid" inereitse movinir. pieturi'H. Hut I nm coininifiov liquor! from I the defendant..
and to interesting to nil I II I. W. Hardee I him ru''liy of hog; failed I.
It I is now being installed | n very part
who call this city "home. Cash is proo.tbly ------ us indicated by the bunk statement ut

the motor that will make !Starke forge within error three weeks will !MAIL.THEFTS CHARMED the. close of business Decpmlier) :list, of you. I lo nppi'iir-, --lI"nlc..trl'lt..cI.'- ..) .

to the front. But not in the way you he.ready for use. When the orgnn M TO POSTAL OFFICIALJohn ; when they reached ?"! 111.5\1.61.( \ : I well hero\UH-there in in other a roal estate of.Florida.boon MR. I.KMS JO.NKH. :" : .OFJOHNIOVN .
ready for use IIMC" us parts
an recital will
think. You are not asked to part with organ over tho half-million mark. These '
Real In !
your money. Not the cash that comes probably be given so as to give all u L. Gaskins 38 assistant post- facts show that the bunk is keeping estate agencies are every C.
chance other house Hotels, even picture ,; ; OF C. OF.
to hear' it. H is
out of your pocket, but the cash, that being equip- muster at Uaiford was arrested yes. pace with the growth of the communIty houses
turned to real estateoperators -
are over
stays here it what wil build up this pet with a blower and a motor which and reflects tho prosperity of its
will make it easy for the performer. tcrduy by postal inspectors on They lire all very nieo A special, committee from tin hoard,

community.How when Installed and in order barges of mail thelt. lie wan patrons. people ft cal accommodating. 'I'bey will of governurs' of the lurul' chamber of
i that for use i!I The good work of the hoard of directors
It will have a value of about brought here and, waiving a preliminary I dell you anything from real estal.o commerce met Wednesday,I afternoon
Buying from home merchants.A $2")00.)0.: ) Carlioble.: for tho year 11125: was testifiedby .
It will he quite an addition the hearing to the moon but .teer "'l'Ilr of them in Cot K.'I D. Williams' office to consider
to .
it Owing. mu- the fact that each member
Duty eta of Starke. United States commissioner he was was if poKHib'eHuuKht' several applicants for the offices .
You earn your money in this town -_ _, committeed to jail in default of a |;il)0; honored, by re-election to serve during/ 21) Acre Trnrt. of secretary to Huccet-d, :Mr. Win
-spend it here. Don't impoverishyour bond tho present year. Tile: board consist -
: : "After inveHtitrutintr four or fivecoiintit'H T. Cow leu.
the out of HOm' MEETINGWEDNESDAy rf :M*> :N.' r. II tt'h T. J.I ( ,
city by taking money Inspectors T. II. Jervoy and C. ssrH Griffin we found! what wu wero After much deliberation the application -

it and sending it to a mail-order house ; NIGhT Kills, went to Raiford to investigatereports O.! :M. Inman W. T. Weeks J. M. lookinir for in n tract of 20 acres, of Mr I Levis .1"11I'K.( of Johns

far away. Don't take train cr, bus At meeting held that mad was being rifled afhr :MitchrlL adapted. to all I outs (,hairy 1 production town Union I County, !I'lornla, was accepted.
a Wednesday night -- -- -----
for a place a score of miles distant to ( it was received at the pnstoffice. .I. I HP will assume his llItieR
the former instance you >f citizens of the town to meet with :M. .K.; ('III'Hell, !SOfl
buy there. In Their investigation resulted m the arrest
:Mr. Gco. P Spittall relative "I will I I sav that any mini with I II February) 1st.Mr ..
to sub -
are making some rich corporation tcnbmg to stock for a modern hot..l bf the assistant postmaster. (LIt ( '' Marvin! Kimks, I'aitor) little capital with which to l Imy u Joni'M comes hero.. highly recom

richer-at your expense-and in the building in Sturke. to be held! Kit h ;is postmaster at Kaiford! Sunday; school! at I I''1)) o'i, loi'k Sunday small I trait for ,produitum. uho is mended., Ho. has had! a large exneri-

latter instance yon are helping some by the stockholders and, the jointly Some of the letters rifled in the morning, I.. A. Duvis.. Supt. )Don't aide to adjust. his. rnps tu 1 the il..1.IIIan,1 >- i'ni'e ,in wniK, having benn\ ,

big city store pn': its heavy overhead t.i'Uds American Km ford, postoffico contained, money forget the lime, nnd l mine around, if of the !season. will iiinl i> findin in Y. M. C. A. work ntunv/ years. priorto

by the higher! profit linked onto (every Corporation draft a committee was cording to the In I''ctorR. The you wish t,) ,enjoy u jolly crowd., lust 1-1..1'Ila.! I t tnkinir i up I Ih,' chamber' of. rommene .
appointed to for
single aititle you buy. agreements tip'wovpt amounts, however were small (:inskins wruk. I His I ri'i"'nmmendatlonsim
by citizens committee and Suml.ij l was raining i i and mid but thefolks 'I ho soil, I the climnto 1111,1 I the ni'ir-
It's time Flopped robbing ynur-" Mr. denied rifling tho mails when he 'hide Uu.. of t thii stutn
you ki With I I approval
Spittall.Mr. were there. Some brother went t I is tberr. I IT I little i "1stti; i'iii'
self and, your town and piv:ng tribute wiis tuK"n into custody. He is mar- chamber, ) of ommerce. which in itself
: pitlnll into HIP \%Woman Club inrly in the it nil a willmirneKs I I to really woik anv
to stores and merchants who do noth- proposes to erect n five rlud! and has threo small children. meiinH Oi'till. I He has, h hi ,'ii secretaryof
story hotel building, with basement morning, out of the rain to take u man tan, make there.I'aiKed .
inf for you or for your (community. fond I the vol cot v chamber, of roimnercont
hp .\ .
Knooze.Vh..n waked ltf'I1IM."It..tllrninl
1111'I roof. u (
another nnirl garden with not less t'mn \P1IST W. M. S.
from ;
Consider it Union of which Lake Hutler
the tuenluce ami to the. real eel uttu'
was 'II air-
(ill) looms, thp lower floor contain rolling (
} you work hero. You expert: to find employment stores and hotel lobby. 1 Hitch to The business and program meeting he wuj surrounded, with tho: happy ,."t.... I 'lieuainineiiiaintei| | with moL: is tho county seat, for several

nt your Job for years to will have a private both, or conneitmj room, of the "'. :M s., of the Baptist church fates <,f the\ Bible Class. I He liked, l.i<'e years. und, his, .record, in this office has.
induced to acquire -
come and that ha* YOU Nhnr '" bath t !lepltones, irenl.itini ue wn- was held, M I mduy afternoon. at the will that h. followed them over t<> without I their aid thus sitvinir their h IIIperient I lie< n very satisfactory.Mr. .
Your family ( ; of nnd
a home. home of :Mrs J.1.: lirownlcP. Therewe 'hll\'h. You'll like loo. : Joins 'is n man pleasing
it coniniiHHion."There
They Ler and, radio., The cut of the building i (
and comfort / irentlemuntly personality, 1L'1"I..tInunlll'r
your frteniU], in our own was estimated at $1 I7.'>,0M( ), and. eighteen' members present. one Junior Leuguc" ut H'OO; p. in, :Mrs is one rclitnti' nprcnl with him friends
hav1alt> dear by ill the amount of stock to he taken lo- visitor and one new member. ,I'i .:'ohn.., Supt. (Child). cn'a, .here's whom we became acquainted that I hat has won many his 1mily "
home community' they profit! Waiichtila already. He nnd
C.Mwa' sit at $19,000: plus the hotel The usual business was attended to thance. found tu ho n 'straight-shooter. Any
J taxes paid bj Wnurhulii! within
schools] ) (supported >y will arrive in a
site.. and some special things among Senior I/eairue at 0'I5: I: Sunday eve- of my fricmli anti rt'iiders wh> may
your employer: and by. the merchantsof ) ) :Mr. Rpittall has contracts for erect which was the adoption of an orphan Inl('. Good meetings ? I should say! l become intercHteil In buying land in few days to make this their homo.

the town. "a.well.\ its! churches yourself and) ing hotels in Live Oak and Lake Citroan,1 girl at our Baptist Home in Arcadia. They held ln social Friday evening and, this. vicinity should S"O or write this A live chamber) assets of, commerce town Is can nineof

ahd they benefit by is negotiating with interests III This meaning to clothe her during thyear .. of course they're feeling 1C00land will Ki'ntlemnn. lie him my riiilornement. the greatest should a rank with
its social life. 'Now, say your have and Wauchuln
enjoy !
1920. make the meeting snappy. Ills name !18 T. S. Willmin-4 Starke.Florida. ,
Pal.itka for tho construction of
employer gives your lob to some out- a new the best in this as in every other line
? I hotel there. Tho committee appointedto Our treasurer reported that we, as Morning worship. ? Well yes. It < f.ndeavor'-Florll. Advocate. .
aidpp what would' it mean you ] draft a contract with Mr. Spittall Missionary: !Society met our apportionment will bent 11 o'clock. In the morning, An Invitation/ of public

Figure It out for yourself Home I i is composed of :\leA.rK. D. K. Knight for last year whL-h and again at 7:31) in the evening.. The "I wish to extend n cordial Invitation Jan 22. .
Keep and J I. II. Hitch and J. L. Peek. amounted to $375.00. The same pastor has something special to tell to any of my friend from Mt. (1'Soto-Rppnt three days of this

Spend your money elsewhere,to ;, -- amount was pledged for this year. you It's confidential but you may Healthy who may be in the neitrhbor-. week in Lakeland, attending annual

the merchants will bo forced seek go DKVTII OF DUjmiN: MARR After the business a very interesting Firing your friends. And the music hood of Jacksonville to conic out and midwinter conference of agents. Citrus .

out of business here and to a program under the leadership of I am sure you have heard of it.'e visit us on our new place. My addreim' fruits; were studied, Jammed jellied

new location where more civic pride Baldwin" Mary son of J. T. :Mary r>f :Mrs. A. E. Wall was /given.. The subWt have one of the best hoirs anywhere may be obtaineil) from any fit my children perxerved. and crystali .pil, all of

and community spirit exists among Highland, was almost instantly killed, of the afternoon being "Special to he found. Hear this singing Sunday or from tho. Hilltop. which were Interesting and !instructive

the people. And, you may he sure Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock by a W :M. U. Objects." The following at both services. Mrs. Adkins is director Yours very truly We especially enoyed| the two

that no other business men wilL come shot fired from a pistoj In his hand. topices wero discussed: and :Mrs. Long Is pianist. Emit: 1I0nn,>C.I. agents from Polk county who hail

in to take their place for nothing County officers went to the scene but 1. Sunday School Board Bible Prayer meeting ? Certainly. Seven- 1208 Walnut street Cincinnati, Ohio." recently! returned from three months ,

scare business away from a town so they did not deem an inquest necessary Fund, by Mrs. A. E. Wall. thirty Wednesday evening Is th. hour. Hilltop Weekly. ( flnriinintl Ohio. stay In Europe. Their talks of their

much as "for rent" signs on vacant all evidence pointing to :Mart 2. The :Margaret Fund by Mrs. G. And by the time we close when all the trio mndn us wish We nnd taken. advantage .
business buildings. Mail-order houses coming to his death through his own C. White choir have gathered for arranging the FINK' EGGS! FROM FI.n)< K tit the trln. Thev planned

are not doing anything for you realize or act, wether accidental or suicidal. 3. Our House Beautiful by lIre Sunday/ program, and late comers C. N. Cooper & Son have on dn- ."r.r1, had us cook a French dinner and!!

for your community. You W. J. Epperson. have gotten in, we have a good crowd dozen large the flank serve It die ev"nimr. This walt especially .
that we are sure. We shall have Duval-A cash prize of $250.00 is 4. Concerning Spiritual Gifts by too. You will enjoy seeing them slow play a eggs interesting
of St-arke small snnnplo of what
more to say on this subject next week. being offered to any farmer or boy Mrs. E. D. Card. ly marching in, provided you get thereon just a ,

for in this county who will produce the After. the program a very pleasant time yourself. Come early if you their flock of White Leifhornn urn Auhurndale-"Aubiivnulale, Power. Co
under their Starko. At
Jacksonvile-PTans way highest yield from one acre of corn social! half hour was! enjoyed during wish to see the procession.! tlniriK on place near extending lines on North road and

new $800.000 pleasure! pier and, pa. above the already established recordof which the hostess Mrs. S. the present time they are makingheavy vicinity.

vilion. at Jacksonville Beach. 105 bushels this prize Is authorizedby E. Brown lee. Mr*. H. L. Brownlee and Jacksonville-Atlantic Coast Line shipments of eggs and! are re.relying -- _

the Board of County Commissioners :Mrs W. I... Wall, served a delicious Railroad announces completion of I'ood prices.. 1.731: carloads citrus fruit shinned!]

.Clearwater-City planning to purchase for the purpose of arousing interest course consisting of ambrosia pound double-track system between here and Clearwater-Plans on foot for widening out of Florida during recent 7-day

two' new fire trucks. in greater yields per acre. cake, maccaroons and hot tea. Richmond Va. Myrtle Avenue to DO feet. period. .






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1Jh 'h1 Well Beloved Woman Leaves 146 Do.
School Journal >>
Bradford scendsnts Living.
High itltU; Illtirs.
Lake Butler Jan. 23.-Mrs. MarCharlotte >
I Crawford 7H. one of Lake

I Butler's dearly loved citizens, died at
EUGENE MATTHEWS: SAMMV STfcHMlKRO OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM Jok liUs'EdiiorIflthit Editor the home of her son, John C. Crawfordin
fcdltot I
: Aaloclato Edit. Athletic- Sallie Winter Haven Sunday, JanuaryMrs.

>|ueer places sometimes.Vlio said "AI i : Crawford was born in St. Augustine -

I ttle bit goes a long way." I February 2H, 1848. In 1801
Silence. she was married to Daniel) D Crawford -

MISH Urown-It was what the keeper I Ib jJn1q Una Confessions of Ware county Ga., To this

said 1uII he gave the giraffe a piece< Gf union was born eleven children six
a. U2W wKe .... A/
cf hay i. of whom survive her These are: Calvin

Wilbur I know a better ore. Whcr Crawford Winter Garden Rubin

did the quotation "Onu thing lead I lllusltaled: by! Paul Robi nsonMt 6h4pJ9&e Crawferd, Winter Haven and Horace
to another," come from ? [John and A. C. Crawford of Uniin:

Silence. I J OoiivtgM | .. PaMbatses. A"-- "' ''' ........ county.
\\ ilbur-It's what a writer sal I Besides these six sons she is survived

when he saw a -string! of sausage. [}: SALLIE RESENTS cept Barry even Lemoyne had indulg-! eighty-seven by fifty-two great grandchildren grandchildren and

Klmor: New new new conunvj [}: I CUKTIS'S "OKUEII "I nerself in several small ones saying I one great-grand! child.

rum. ... [}: I that she didn't have to sing{ that I Due to an accident she had been a
'KPph-Whatl! What! what! f\o I sat where I could watch the facial evening. I cripple for the past twenty years but

Imer-Why: is a pancake like the ... expressions of the two performe "We'd beter be shoving off suggested : she had lived a sweet Christian life
!sun? Lemoyne the singer, and Barringt Curtiss glancing at his watch. It's : and had been a blessing to her host
TWINKLING LILLY I I Joseph-Yesnodons.i I To wake and play in fun, Pierce the accomponist, playing ono gettm rather late for a tea party." of descendants and to many friendswon
i Klmer: -Because it rises in the With branches gold and stems so of his own compo itions. "Tell you what let's do," prompted by her kind motherly spirit. She

"Sweet Mama." gailey! Hung Bud all yeast and sets in the vest. green- From the opening note he was totally Levmone, "I feel just exactly like a was a member of the Church of
he shod hm flivver "Twmklinic Lil. .h! that month of scene.Elizabeth oblivious of his surroundings His! million dollars. Let's all go to the Ex- Christ.

ly's" left hind hoof." "It's fujiy he Sammy-See this stickpin It belonged -: Williams. eyes closed he lost himself in the mel. position." I nr body was brought to Lake Butler -

mused as he gently smote the rim 1 to n millionaire. I Milliions of violets by the meadow ody of velvety tones his sensitive fingers "Bravo" shouted Barry "we'll\ have for burial in the old Olustee ceme-
with a sledge hammer. "why so many; Owen-Who? brook. were capable of producing. Aftera a regular party Have dinner on one tery.-Sunday's Times-Union.
Klxia arc pretty." Bud walked aroundto I :Sammy:> -Woolwprth._ II Makes stop and brief prelude Lemoyne began sing- of Paul Poiret's boats on the Seine I .
you you pass NOTICE
the front of Lilly and caressed its JOKES look- ing."No and later all the amusements They're

hud Baying an he did "honey isu'she I Some are Purple. and some are blue. No one knows but my little house corking!" I In Circuit Court,-Bradford County, Florida.In ,
cuto? do think she will go Allen-You've one you "I for need the relaxation clii' Chancery.
you got a bad cold 00' they are sprinkled with the morning Windows one ,
wide to hold the light J. M. Truby.
back on me? I Charles. ; dew. med in the Frenchman. -
Bud was lanky and awfully thin his Charles-Yeh. I A. C.- Oliver. Little doorstep too, "And I haven't been so of coure I 1'01 VIGenf .Complainant

eyes; lacked fire bin face, lacked 4ben. I Allen-How'd you get it? I I _ I have fashioned it myself-A adore it," I murmured looking: ." Cur. ..e Andrew. Hall. et. al./
his hair was sandy and seldom combed Charles slept in a field last night Violets moulded the key, *'. to see what he was thinking. Defendant. .
his shoes were tens and a double and some one left the gate open. uie-iutiful: violets of purple huae Roof pink of with tangled dew.roses wild-Silv "1'111(0 on one condition Salt," 1 he Suit the to known quiet and Title unknown and Reno fendanw? CItITo In

E, hm walk it wan a Bight to see. Fresh with the night time dew; answered with deliberation. 'That you the above atyled ..u..., to-wltl Tha Florida
"Oh please tell me Iwinklin', will Thelma Snellgrove (at party)- As the sun peeps over the trees Lemoyne Danlelle had the most go home and take off that dress and Land and immigration Company, a corporation
There heel's That's done pleasing voice that it had ever been If In cxlitence, and If not In existence It*
lit have date tonight? my gone. They softly in the he
be. mo a wave breeze. hesitated In a serious man- I unknown .legal rcpre-entativeii. amllrne, de.
good fortune to listen She
Twinklm' replied with a snorted for me this evening. Louise Edwards. I' my to. was nero I ..,..... and Krantera, Gerard E. Wlndt and
'lyes" her left fender nagged. a most J'mmy-Oh, bother, don't you carry not only a gifted singer/: with a spen- "Yes yes go on," I tried to be flip- I wit. Margaret Wlnilt James Walter
remarkable Flivver was :.Twrnk.Hi. .spare pans'HaZl'IOh. Seventh Grade did sense of interpretation but sang and wife, Suian Slier Georce An.
,, like a great actress with peculiar pant. I drew Hall Mane. Feint and Joaeph Strauu,
Lilly. Our club met Jan. 20, our "And eo-partnera trading, an '*t .."....t and company,
program and it he
M'gor never
I wish these receipts Barry too Celt wear again .
much fetting and coaxing he got heir.
t By was as follows Ants I nhve and If dead their unknown : By Muriel Sil-
her perculatmg, then stooping he got would be made definite keenly the song of his own creating ttu.. end-I legate or Itrantcea. Charlea 1". P....
cox; A soldier by Milton Brownie. and there times when his face ..., Mamie Pace
the front seat and Lilly started I 'n la-What's the difficulty? were My cheeks turned red. I Edward A. I. Beuii Pace.
into Hazel-This one tells how to use and Glenn wood; The mouse got Something reflected the 'Intensity of his emotion. once cold to the of and and the. unknown helm. devuwea. legate or
ou: toward the city of :Starke.:> She I Else' point freezing rani,in of Ceorg Pace, deeeaaed, all ofwhom
by Pender
old 1 potatoes but it doesn't how Geojriana ; The second verse of the song coi then hot of and humiliation '
trotted for awhile but as she watmed say When anger! are heir* nt law of Geerue E. Pace de
she broke into a pacing gallop anti bid- the potatoes should be. I the Crops are. Gathered In, by I tinued: surged over me. It was so unlike waned, ..nd..11 partle having or claim.
up I Daisy Tompkins. "Just a little, little house Curtiss to discuss personalities in the nu to have any riirht. title In*
Hbtm reached the gay metropolis of I claim In and to tho South
limit or estate
A few after had 1 placed will I!
days a patron it come true
Starko galloping down the boulevard i presence of others so unnecessary 1 to I..', of the Nnrlhwent quarter and h. North-
Mrs. ,
Dodges and signal lights ho his two children in R'hool" book Wasdin-What kind of cindy! Let me take you to my heart make me feel provincial before these half of the Northweat quarter and the North-
dodging his sweele's home. : agent called ton him and said-Now are you eatinlt.T..lI1myDnmfinn.. And share it with you." friends who were broaH-mmdeil and ion sit lownnhlp 6 South Ranite 2St: Kant, andcontenng
managed to to
that children to school The ended. Theer 120 ncrpH more or leva, lyinic and
your go you song was a moment had meant nothing in discussing
Lilly to the curb he went my Florida.
Hitching Minn in Bradford f'ouniy. State of
in to get his girl an hu opened the ought to buy them an encyclopedia.The of silence vibrant with fcelini. gown\ but friendly interest and, a de-I< I Greetings*
he Pink patron Buy them an encyclo A corn syrup manufacturing I This, then was the song that Hanngton sire to bo complimentary. How You anti each of you are hereby required
door HBW Mary sitting by pedia. I guess! not let them walk like plant received the following letter Pierce had said expressed his thoughtless it was of him to very to: be and "",,,,'ar before the Judtre of the Cirint -
Cadwallopcr. Stunned he stood gazing : cause a I I Court of tho Rth Judicial Circuit of
at the then ties stepped up I do. Dear Sirs: I have eaten three can sentiments exactly. Was it Lemoyr scene which I knew was bound to follow .'loridii. in and for Bradford County on MoaIKV. -
pair ho wanted to share his "little house"or :: the firnt dot of March A. D. 11)28. at
pushed I'mk out of tho and 8 of your syrup and it hasn't helped :
escorted !
WilY iS i.5i58r! > jJ my was his imaginary mate some lovely I I >H> court holme: in the town of Starke, rlorlda
Mary to Lilly who walt rocking corns one bit : to and fro anxious. to liu off. impatient ._-.-- Ellie with others sensed the injimtice this I I ma nut you 'in the above named court lb.eomttlon.nt. *
Reports From I :M.tchell hud said that he did criticism of the J, M. Truby, to remove nJ and
ut nil tins delay. Lilly started GRAHAM; : gown I was weai ,
I not return Lemn'Qt. ardent love. !! ,iii''it I it In to the above diiicrilud. ......IR. And
off down the rood at the break-neck making but regarded her only with ing. anti immediately came across the It havinir been mail to appear to thia court by
speed of fifteen miles H week. Graham Jan. 27.-C. U. Hubert room to where I v/us. sitting. The oth-I thu return of the Sheriff or Ttradford county,
bud knowing that Lilly was familiar The GradesSecond and little granddaughter! Mane, were loyalty and deep uffeition. At any ITS' ('ou.t'nllllly contiued their conveiKation loridii.... upon a mihpoena In Chancery Indued
\ with the roud turned her loose visitors to Sturke::> Tuesday. rate the simple little song-poem hnufetteil so that we could talk withoutthe I the di-ri.ndanta herein that the above named .
ij ,
me us well as the musician defendant nor cither of them, can be
and I ili'votcd his Unit- to Mary I ..'1i' 2'i21j2!,! 'i2Si' 8". Miss: Linnie Fogg is the guest of Hullo there! embarrassment of feeling that mind, in Hriidford Coiuitv Hiirtdn.Thi. .
love you" he sail, "will you kit: : her sister, Mrs David Durban in Jack I Sallie'Kryin an.nouDl'ed they were hearing, I llrndfnrd County Telti-raph, a weeklyicwipaper
?" tirade- sonvillo for a while I Curtiss "I'm sure our friend were hearing publlahed In the Town of ,
me here will refuse I ,,, ,. ..
to entertain further County' .h" heriby .I"naa..d
"CVitinnly" she replied. The pupils of the second grade wure A. W. Britt and Gerone Arsbin I.f if that's tho their music us "I 1 certainly beg jour pardon SalI I .." '"" "W"'R..r In which IK thin notice shall
Sink! (;let up you lazy. hound railed Klad to sue their tcuche, Miss Ethel! (;liumesville w're here Wednesda' : way efects lie i ." ho said softly "sometimes! you bo published for four consecutive .....k..
Griffin; in the school night. you. cflll old Dune And oriUred. at Stark llradford Counrloridn. -
Uuds lirother its ulmiiHt time to open room Friday; I me fogey hail I guess mayb
"Not all
nt Barry responded "it i I" ,, in
I / Chnmbum tha itth dny of
after absence of few due Antlrew Saxon and I. I, of m "t
the store an a clays OKclen the most sincere compliment she could """ Rome things but somehow. anuury. A. D. 1926.
Hud's mother called "Kight.: o'clock to illness. Lois: Edwards: one of the 1'01l11'nn.I ., visited friends hert' Satur. possibly bestow It I don't like the idea of you wearing i a A Z. ADKINS!
oiK'ht:!! o'clock." seniors substituted for Miss Griffin. lay. without that upon us. prove Iross with that sort of woman's pic- i-29.lit-2.25 JudK
doubt sluhas the keel
"l>id you ?' replied Dud, "you'd better :Mrs. W. 'Wasdin and little dough appreciation a of nitist." ture' on it. Though I realize now that
call doctor.." Fourth tirade; -cr, Evelyn, of Waldo spent a few "I'm an I I should have waited until we got To Cure a Cold in iti* i *.
i Joseph Malpas. I The fourth gratIs' pupils regret verymuih lays here last week with relatives. hrough sorry tours..I though didn't I murmured honie to discuss such a personal thin* rake L AX ATI V i bROMO QUININE (Tablet., If
.--- that their teacher, :Miss. Kuni>-er'erkiiiH I I ecil Uufuse of Hampton was hen really realize forgive me thoull won't .'"P"the. Mtuh and Headache and work off the
If MAY! PAY YOU 'l'() IIIUN OIL hits the nuinips Miss Sinah Wednesday night. what I was doing.. But I've never, i in; ion"r..t?" > you (\>101. E, W bKOVbS" uhlualure on roth 1M... 30r

Moore is .substituting for :Miss 1'erk- Schell Byrd Lee and Truby Dynl all my life hoard"anything thnt touch Cuitiss was irreslible when he
Any man tan keep/ his house warn I ins. I mil sister ('d mo so deeply I concluded. 'II and in plead-I '
Ruby visitors
were to n moment I ,
was How
coal if he the coal. Hut The DeWights' arrival put nn .n.1 r Doctors 1 n aColds
with -- vim get I I Inmpton Wednesday; afternoon ":-: I'll' make term with youl
modern sclenc'ihas now, invtentcd I 1 n Fifth Grade; to our conversation. Thov were closely "Tv'
:Mrs. Ida Triest of Waldo .. s'i-, I -aid in .
.pent1'ul'"day a haughty "PIorgive
solf-inljuHted oil liurmivr heating appiirntiiH Our !grade/ w very much plcusci I here. followed by Andre Molicre\ who manner 1 ''J
so completely automatic thai over the fact that they have ut las I :Miss Kstclle ostumos nail singe settings for ontO uf you and go to the- Exposition. CTh:1: i .: '; f
: Wasdin of Waldopent IOn one
all one hm to dn to keep his home secured 1 their ink-well, they have I <, last week here with her the most popular! stura' in the motion I..e.t to the conditionthat frock : won't ob-I
| and In
I aunt any more tun
wafln it to see that h.. has plenty of been needing. Kach: child is: planningto :Muss picture firmament.
Kuby Dyal.. I !! promise not to wear it again. until To break '.1 :'c': -
It while tp u r i :: f
oil. Tho tliermnmcU-r niljUHts the earn u Palmer Button as a reward was we were ut tea th.t ,
I 1'111
heater. I for learning the muxculur moveinen Erne'lltlcKinney., of Sampson! City he drew everyone's attention to the hack in the States where they I 1:0: cut short 11'1 f' .. ... it i "q"1,:

Suppose you went on a visit awny writing. To do this they must use Was 1'liJp: heroSaturday Strickland on business. gown I was wllarin lady.won't', recognize. the beautiful but hal jucnza sore thu! > .. ti. i ,.11>!, f hicinna ,-
Truby Leevul
from hum. for a week or perhaps a I ink and pen in doing. all their dl'ills. I I> were business, visitors antI "It is most becoming. Ruvissunt! So the I n.J di ugg.! tj i.. j i / ) euru-
to Waldo :Madam has : subject was closed! nnd we .nding CalotaLs, thv- pu-i'1 mlpfired
month. Whenever you ramp hack An examination consisting: of the utunluy.w : exquisite taste. May 1 Iask ".de
where found such preparations for leaving with I caloi.iel ('omru.t tel I 'a. t mtvt
again you could be sure that the room first twenty-fne (25) drills will bt you a desiltn..rIn the others. '
would be nt the right temperature. given at the end of the term and each was a visitor this city of over-ruled dressmakingestablishments l' .. )cu the i-rrc :'j i,{ c.oi 1 ul uiil
Suppose that a warm spell came unexpected child who hits practiced 1 faithfully anl to the county seat Tuesday afternoon.Mr. ?" I (To be continued.p ) fllts: combincj, wilhout tl.j twp.... .

while you were away from well will be given a button us a re- and Mrs. Lonnic Futch visited "I bought this one because it had II .. t rffe. ts "-f either.
home. The Automatic control would ward. C her father I'. A. Crosby Wednesday story, not that I think Its specially becoming BROOK hit I IBrook'r. ('r>1' cr t'o CIlot bs at Ki-ii! ; -.,

immediately turn off tho heat and vening. ," I evaded the question. Jan. 29. Sheriff W. J. ')'.i itri H swallow of w,. 'or,that's i '.
th>n turn it on again as quick as the Our !grade has been studying IMnicr Miss Ruby Dyal spent the week-end "Where have I seen the gown be- "_.pperson of Starke,-was in our town ;'o sa'ts! no nan ja. i "th. f'lsht I.terfercnco
cidd came again. and his works. Each: child after at Wttlclo. with :Miss_ _E'stelleVasdin._ for, somewhere most surely ?" broke Saturday afternoon. vit.i; : yout ..> ;, wo/k
Hcsiili'tt all these advantages, you studying his life wrote n short in i the designer. H. 1' Gainey and A. L. Crosbypent 'I' pleasure. N'ext 1'lorr.Ir.'u, coll

dn't have, any other shoveling foul story of three paragraphs. The following TIIEKESSAThercssu "Wus it nt the Fashion Fete atthe Friday/ and Saturday::> in Jack-: tans vaniehec. your sv, ."m i* thor-
or moving ashes. There is no smnkeor one was selected us one! of the Exposition ?" I inquired. "onvillt". HKhly purified t nr.l I you are f'&f'se
soot. Ard there i ill but little firerisk best from the class: Jan. 2U.--Mr. and :Mrs. "Yes, yes of course, the prize gown" T. B. Pinholster attended the teach. fno: with a b-nrty : inotite for ltr"tsk-!
Lamer was born in Macon, Georgia Charles Forsythe attended the show he exclaimed "but how on earth did er" institute in Starke ta"t. Eat v"at you I'lcase.-n' Inn-
Rufus i'reseottSOPIUSIORF.S in 1H 12. His full name wits Sidney in Hampton :Saturday:> evening. you-. Saturday. /"p".
Among those who were visitors to Miss Arden Brown spent the week-
Lanier. "Get Jules Simonin to let me have Got a family rnofcro.i tnj-
lie graduated from Oglethorpe Col.Ivge tarke Friday were P. M. Geiger A.M. it?" I finished his question "well itasn't"' Free '"11/ direction: only 33: cents At
at the age of eighteen, and enlisted I. Hull and C. A. Youngblood. easy Hu said I could have the Wynn m'nr HRmp-1 drug store. any
Wilbur Murshburn Mr. and Mrs. I. P. C. 1 II( Williams and! :' (II"V)
one! of the sophomores in the war between thu states Padgett were ime gown copied, with backets ot .
taught tho geometry dais lie fought in the battle of Seven Tines business visitors to Hampton Saturd. flowers instead of the portraits but 1 Smith. weer visitors to Starke Sat-

Friday. Mrs. Alderman sat in the 1.,1111:10 in Seven Day's battle around ny. wouldn't hear to it. You IIl'e. I ha.1aeen urday.L.
hack of the room as a guest! but of liichmond.Lamvr's. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Manaire! of > all of his models and di
course she had her. class book handy. heart was full of music,, hampton spent the week with :Mrs. any. I told him that they were not .hesser attended the Stunt Night
-- -- ---- and poetry. lie loved all that wall hi n Hire's mother, !Mrs. Betty Clover lit: all different from the frocks tittvernl program at Starke Friday! night _
.\PPK\KANTKOF food and beautiful. Although. hi* was settle shops in Fifth Avenue aol Mr. Rivers of Alaohuu was a -
.UilUTOUIUM IMPROVED ik prisoner in the war for five months,. Mr. Bruce and Dewey Brookcr whore that I preferred something entirely ess" visitor here Friday p. m.

We liu wrote poems and novel. One of boarding at the home of R. C. iginul. It was then that he though, Ray Andrews and Royce Gainey. TJ\\O k
are enjoying improved appearnnco which was "Tiger. Lilies". Olio of hn leiberirer returned to their home at it over in his private study and \vhili have accepted a position in Waldo.
of the auditorium since
Jun "The Marshes Green Cove to the weekend "'. R. Gainey: made a business trip
ior McDonell! and Troy Tomberlm well known poems is Sprint spend he was absent I heard the story of the
have been working with the shades.Questions of Glynn." lie wrote this poem sitting with friends and relatives there. gown from Madame Henee one of the to Worthington. Springs Saturday. "
under a large oak tree I looking. :Miss Kathelyn Packham who is annekins who speaks English." night
out over the wide marshes of Glynn staying at Silver Springs spent a "How very Interesting-please goon Mrs. Emma Fowler of Starke, was
it Brunswick Georgia.! Another well short while with her parents, Mr. and ," encouraged Mrs. De\V'i\\ight who among friends here Saturday and,

f 'ULsnkti: : known poem i". "The Song of the :' Irs. Don Packham Thursday. was listening iI ,'r.tly us indeed were unday.! --- I II II'AGE
t I hattahoochee." Janice Triest WIIS a visitor to till 1 the others. II
Sarah Hope I I ll.iyncs. I lamptuit Saturday evening. "Well it !seems! thut nil the ick- .K. B. flEES I
ccc I -- ---. brntpd dressmakers anti designers in I The people of Hampton anti! -

never asked on test. Another pretty picture hat l'ronbrought \ PINK CASTLE Paris were offered the opportunity of ; community were made ".mlhursilay. .
Who was hostess at the Huston Tea I to the fifth irrudo ...lIm. Tina displaying one gown at this fete of January 22nd. when thiew's '
Party ? I Is a small copy of Mdli-t's, "Angelus" PincCastle'. Jan. 2!).-:Miss Kutelle: fashion The prize win to go to the reached here of the suddi dont'i! '
\\ Ito was Norah Hujes ? lu..111" presented ui hy I one of our \riimlin and brother C'orbett, of mo..t unusual and striki.iir costume So of E. H. I Dees. which oc.".lIrII.t Poninno. -
Was Stonewall Juik.mii u :Mason ? hoys, Julian 1'eek. riildi", and |.ce Dyal of Graham were night> after night Jules :Simmonin: sat I His death lesultcd from a stroke Quick Way to End

Why is 'harleston. S. C., n.kined after -I I I Mrs. Sambo--Sambo'- Samho! wake the' guest of :Miss: Lucille Hall Sunday UI'> and planned ):'o\\n that would be of paralysis, which attncked! him whils\:
a dante afternoon.Mr 'snn" pared' as :Madame Renee ex- linrpisitmg relatives I Dangerous Cough
up! : Long, of I Hampton was n bustess pressed it. This was the result." I Kdvvnrd B. Dees was horn In '-
Jo"elh-If you were sentenced to :Mr. Sambo-I can not. visitor in one section :Momlav.. "Yes but the portraits," inquired ";" ('ount .. March 5th 18IVI.;: and! rrided Vhs let a dinRproui counh hang on
tho electric chair what would l do? I I :\1 I'M. Snmbo-\\hy can't you ? I when >.!.' ean.t rough
( you ("! '0. W. Sheffield was transacting Barry, "who Is the girl Her face is here until his death. In 1883 htwni a simple treat-
Miortie-Buy a pair of shock ab. Mr. ;<.imho-BecaUHO I'm already to business fn Hampton Friday.Mms quit: familiar." ninrrieil to :Msa: Elizabeth Smith rtL'ai, tsp ttl lj rclic-f and often breakup

sorbers. 'I nwake. : Lucille Hall and Lee Dval of "His mistress, Gabrielle Montbleur of Bradford county and to this union it mplctvl y In 21 hour.?

Natalie Did know that Sixth (;JradoDon't Graham attended the show at 1 la nip. '''oC, the Follies ." Andre :Moliere[ nns- \\'ere born seven children,<, all nf whom This faficnt Ij based en the fa-
you wolvescome I be surprlst"l if some Ilay !you ton Saturday night I i ered with the frankness of a foroigr tirvive but one son Chirks" F.. Dees leu3 Dr. hiig'e New Discovery' for packs do cumeM. 'I read a poem and look at the author :Mr. and and Mrs.: K.: L. Youiihlooil being absolutely unconscious that who was killed In the \\'orlti l War. Coughs. V'otu take Just one teaspoon.'
and little of in The hotly was jlnm.H t. Stnrho' tel) and hold it In throat for ISor
unj it will bo one of our members >!CI son, Law-ton Graham hu was using a word that Ameri- i n your
Miss Brown-Quotations come from I the ll)-'."> and 1U2U: ( sixth. !grade class anti I Rev anti :Mrs. 11. P. II npr of Ca i. is taboo in polite society. 8l1tnrlav. January 2'lr-l.: the in*,>r- 20 1 seconds before swallowing it. It has
-- ilen- are some verses written thisweek Hampton were the guests of Mr. onlIrs. Everyone knows her," he continued lent being at Santa I'" ct'n'eterv. a cuuhle action. It not only soothca
To Stop a Cough Quick : :' A. C. Hall Thursday. "">he! and Simonin have had a liaison Rev. J. P. Hnn. ". if tli" (Chr'stilin anti heals irrit :ion. but alto removes
Out in the valley where the sweet :\11'. A. A. Youngblood and son, uf several years duration." (Hurch. of lIam! ;>t'>'1 ocndiicfpil the the phl-gm and Congestion which ore
take IIA YF.s' HEALING HONEY a flowers grow Lawton of Graham: were visitmu'lends I blushed when I noticed that Cur- funeral services. The mnuml, where the rca/ ca-iie ot the cotii-hins. So theworst

. ough! medicine which stops the cough by The song of the birds were so sweet here Thursday. this was dixplnving a tiny frown of he i was lail to rest was covered with cough quickly disappears.
healing the Inllamed and Irritated tissue. anti so low.'y :Mm. A. 0 Hall and Vonnie Riley I anovance and ,disapproval.! 'nutifiil floral offerings, as n lust I Dr. lung's New Discovery is for

A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE sang of the flowers and, all other .f Hnmnton spent Friday evening I "She wore your gown in the fete," token of love and respect from frien Isand couirhs. chest colds, bronchitis, spasmodic -
JJALVE for Chest Colds Head Cold and things.So hpr with Mrs. Rodger Andre Moilere (continued and the relatives. i croup' etc. Fine for children' .
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of sweet and so sound of all they G. .I". Johns and daughter Doris ju.llI'es were unanimous in their d<>- Besides his widow :Mrs. Eli/aheth. I too ro harmful >orup3, Very cconom
HAYES' HEALING: HONEY The salve could sing. oC WaUlu were! the guests of :Mr. and ('i.ion. The gown was photographed flees he leaves to mourn his depnriro lcal, as the dose H only one teaspoon-

should be ru'>br,1 on the cht mid throat I Cleo Shepurd. I frs.A. C. Hall and family Sunday.Mr. In all the papers and flashed.. around six (children nam'ly1""dnm"9: I 1.:. Atall good dfuggista. Ask for
,'f tndi-rcn buifuring from a U.Jd: or Croup. Gillette and and son Herbert of tt-a wnrt'l Jt's n ""''H Ar ..n., Hlt .5. V. .Tor..... of ITampton. C. A. DniT .- "
The lie.lied effect of N.e.-- Mr to. '_. I Golden UmK H,' .-,,,tOI1., were vis tots at the home 'I .. In th" States," he ended. "Any. li f ('''''OR. \V. A. Saron. of 0,...,.. a
,,:Ho i'i, ,.."nlbln. .. .. ..1 ).
Oruv I" la ii*. in-lrmta. ,tm.acmi.h Salve ;Ur< i uoiiYi.f The golden! rods lay fast asleep week.Mr.. Barry too, must have sensed the pearl flees, of Starkp, Jo'. :M. Does. ,,ff"rfleld
II. 'I in-mnliraa', )' ui, carton in.t the Waiting for th.> time to come and :Mrs. A. C. Hall and chul.'Iron inivtunui disturbance in Curtiss for''h !; and I C. :M. Dee, of Pom
coot ut the LuinhliiL trealmrut U J.... So they can bloom and play in fun. attended the show at Hampton tactfully. chartered the subject, for po mo.
Just ask your dru&list for II_4 YES' I i one nij-ht i.i't week. ...' -*. t was most! thankful. Th fnm'Iv have the sympathy ..f
HEALING i-10f41'V J U lust their time has come Kveryone wIn having cocktails ex thIs community. ,


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Mitchell's Drug Store Peek Realty Co. '


Pure Drugs Toilet Articled REAL ESTATE .

Fountain Drinks and Candies
UIMPROVED FARM LANDS The Store Where Quality Rules

Improved Farms. Turpentine and Timber Lands, Residences in Starke Building; We ran fit you from head to foot and
Day phone 64 Night phone 95 Lots for Homes and Business, Lake Kingsley Waterfront Lots. the price will natisfy.!

Phone your wants to us



There is a use for Celotex in every build FLOUR

ing. Town Talk Flour is mor economical be For Sale HATS

cause it takes less shortening, makes
7 Acres of good laid, part well !
delicious cakes and wonderful discoits.
;' fenced. Fair ho.... 1 1.2 miles of We have beautiful l lifie. The new

Sold by Starke. $700.00; Terms. spring\ shades are )lordy 4\>me in and

select your outfit while there is such an
QUIGLEY & DAVIS Variety Market extensive variety.

G. M.1 I N NIl A N. .


It it's meats you want at the best prices Marguerite's Shoppe

just phone 21.



OLD BUSINESS-NEW BUSINESS Does Your Money A Savings: account hook in which the money!
4 you have put away tolls the most interest-ing
story imaginable. The first dl'IKJHilLlld the
others that follow tell their story of sacri
ices and skimping. Will you ever forget the
The ATTENTION. and careful handling Come Back To You; ? thrill when the hundred murk was reached? .
And above all that event of a lifetime '
of our depositors' business has made I
them permanent customers HERE. Perhaps two J
: may not live as cheaply as one,
WHENEVER YOU TOO want the kind but statistics prove) that n man and I wife
When you spend your money out of town when you patronise stores save more than when they were single. The
of bank connections that will make you in other citiesor buy from amail order house, your money never conies desire for a home( of their own, for their car,
feel that you are "all-set," drop in and back. for independence in their old' age makes them

let us convince you that we have what save because without saving, they will he
Money spent away will never be used for the betterment of your poor and! destitute. Save your money and let
you need. home town. it work for you.

Money spent here stays here-it circulates and is used! for you. The SAVINGS;
profits of our merchants are spent here.

BANK Of STARKE Are you sending your money away where it-or the good it may doBradford;
will never come back? Keep your money where it will work for County
"Bank of Helpful Service" ,
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We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving


Bradford County' Financial StronllholdEtablihed

1889 Starke. Ha.




Harold C. Wall STORE

(Formerly Inman & Ritch)
You can buy as
cheap at Stump's/ ns you
INSURANCE can from mail order houses
Day phone 1.1 Night Phonel30 GIVEN FORD OWNERS


Your Business Solicited-Your Patron QUALITY

age Appreciated. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Drinks J. W. Andrews- Jr.STUMP'S STORE


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Orlando--An old Jacknife with a 000 development of D. P. Davis were Ocala-After nineteen hours delib, ter colony. These two celebrities was maintained L. .
LiveState broken handle left at the Winter placed on the market today.Tallahassee eration, a jury in circuit court here, likewise augment the assembly of >..ignod by S Green, who.
Park High! School some time ago as found Albert Berry, 'M) guilty of stage screen stars sojourning here, _
payment for an admission ticket to a -Five prisoners escape manslaughter. Berry was on trial for I which includes among othera Gloria St. PetersburgMiss: Beatrice.
porting event was auctioned off and ed from state road camps yesterday murder in connection with the death Swanson and Elsio Jam's. Thompson was fined $5 in municipal
News brought $24. the proceeds of which and this morning according to reports of Jake Tipton, who was stabbed and court Monday after she had! been co.-
went to the school athletic association. received at the state prison bureau cut to death hereon November 23 inst. I Miami Miami's' second annual homo street. I'oPcesannouncc! fl lbillll on the
here. One of them' Bertha Ross negro racing season will open at the Hili-ah rigid enforce
Palmetto-The Peninsular Dredging Lakeland-Mrs. C. C. Ritchey sus. sentenced in Madison county:last Tituaville-Residentsof, North Mer-, track near here Thursday with tho ment of this ordinance! several weep
Corporation is putting material tained a fracture of the right leg and October was serving a life term for ritt'x Inland have filed a petition with running of the Biscayne Handicap an ago and are bringing all offenders i lit-
on the ground and will start at once :Mrs. Harry W. Garber and A. P. Car murder. the Brevard county commissioner i the feature event. Sponsored by tho to city i court. Most of those arrested
on building of a seawall along the bor all of Avon Park were painfully) i: asking that a specia bridge and road :Miami Jockey club the racing season have been women.
Manatee river for a distance of a injured when; an automobile in which j I New Smyrna-The new Smyrna and district be created on the island for I will continue for forty-five days Sun Tampa-Charles B.
mile and a quarter. they were riding turned over on the the purpose of constructing a highway i day excluded Killingaworth
Lakeland-Bartow road today. |i I DeLand road is now open to traffic. to cost $125,004 which they I under five years sentence for conspl-.'
Zephryhills-Floating- on a logIn I All structures bridges over being the built have temporary to raise by bonding. Tallahassee! -O. Holley, newly.1 toy ago!: inn escaped$21,00)from holdup here two years)
proposed a
the Witnlacoochee: river near here St. AUll'Ulltlne-World's records In spans "[ appointed supervisor of trades and dcpujT
traffic wil ; : between
experience no trouble Miami Jack Ocala and WiMwood
baby girl two years old both volume and speed for real es.I where Dempsey world'I'1 industries, has taken over
negro any along the line was, champion space in early! thin morning by leaping from
a stateheavyweight boxing .a
disappeared from a road camp 8' tate sales were made here when the lepartment of public Instruction
ment issued by President Roper of Will Rogers, of theatrical fame and I : train, it was learned here this after-
found nearly dead from l last units of Davis Shores $50,000the realty board. joined Miami's rapidly Increall.n... new la office busy from now Gainesville in transferring: where his It night n. clothes.FliiDA Kllllng. worth was clad only In


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'OCZO: 'OClii enlarging municipal hospital. new $SOOOO Baptist church. ida Wholesale Corporation.
-OCIOOClO' p I I Old Mr. Helpedby

nCiO ,o l Frostproof completes white 'way I Saraiota-Postal;; ; receipts for November I Tarpon Springs:"Stieets and sidewalks Simple Mixture"After

a.1. street lighting system. totaled $7,31'J.O I in Sunset Hills subdivision to

1 I Tampa Broadmoor Park Develop be pa\ed. taking Adlerika I feel better
i io CI'arwater-New addition to be I than for years. At my age. (60) it i-
ment Co., launching $200,000 construction
elJ built to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Tarpon Springs-Work on sewer ideal-so different fro other medicines.
CVs., warehouse. I on West Oak Street. system in Orange heights begin ." (signedV.) W. Carter. Adlenkn .

O O 'I Arcadia-Telephone;;;-- system being I soon. .., i IK a simple mixture of buckthorn
Clenrwater-Citizens Ice & Cold of bi *k, glycerine etc., which re-
reconstructed cost $90,000.
Art Center to
Co. to erect new plant. Miami-Miami Jieach/ move GAS: in' en"minutes, and often
l'hullt' !I"I n storage I Jacksonville$150,000; pavilion to be be established at cost of 1000000. brings surprising relief to the stoih-
----- achrStops that full, bloated feeling.
U' Sarasota'- Con truction work started at Jacksonville Beach.
........._ft. .>_ ol : = OClO..---*OClQ for "Sarasotu I constructed D3).tona-10.story business biuld- Brings out old waste-matter you never
;----- on new building
inK to be erected corner Volusia and thought was In your system. Excellent
Beach .
bo delightful to all the i Daytona-Daytona pier
Vli'l'1.U J Klt-CltOS; to very / young Times. I II Palmetto avenues. for chronic constipation. Sold
Casino to be really enlarged.
t I
I II' < by all leading druggist.
Mr. and Irs. E. L. Crosby an- The ho-tt-HH, served her guests with Beach-Plans under way -
I St. Work on North
refill ments. acola-City planning to install
light I
the marriage of their daughter / "
nonnce, Ilu Belle to Mr William John There was a large crowd presenton for constructing B5 new homes. I' radio broadcasting station. I II I River bridge, being rushed to com. TRAIN SCHEDULE
this occasion, who reported a very I I ;: pletion. I
Vogtlander, January sixteenth; Nineteen Fort Myers-Presbyterian church to I i I I -
plfiitti. t I'Veninpr.. New Port Richey- approved I
hundred and twenty-six. -- .- .i ,._ be, enlarged. Lakeland Bids to be opened for New time table effective 12:01 a. m.
for $; ) theater building. -
new 0l)00
is member of an .
Mrs. VoKtlander a . s .
e ,
J. for
old Southern family and has retiided : 'St. Petersburg-Buildinf permitsfor I I. erecting emergency: hospital negroes
in Jacksonville the past four years I' LUIMD.V WEEKLY INDUSI'lMAf. first ten days of December totaled DeLand-$2,000,000 road bond issue .I I I No.1, Jacksonvile to Tampa due
receiving part of her education in Lu- ? ITVFRW proposed for Volusla county. : I I Starke, 12:25: a. m.

val high school. e e e e e' 700000. Euatis Contract awarded for I I I Bradenton-Contract let at iO,79J.-: I No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa due
construction -
Mr. Vogtlander wan reared in NewYork Pierce42.500 bond issue 50( for constructing new bridge to
Luke City-City votes 30OCO( for Fort Starke 12:52
I : p. m.
Alice McClellan air
dentistof of
city, but is now a young open connect Anna Maria and Longboat
Jacksonville, where he has lived for erection of new Junior ,High School. voted for city improvements. theater. Keys. ( No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -
several I I I due Starke, 12:22 p. m.
the past years. Pierce $750,000 raising for ,
They were quietly married in Dr.Len Okecchubeo"Okeechobbee News"to Fort DeSoto C-he of largest brick plants Tampa-Lake Padgett Estates to No. 303 Jacksonville to West Palm
hotel. >
S. Brouifhton's study with only erect new building.St. erection of new community in Florida will soon, begin productionhere. be developed. Beach, due Starke, 10:02: a. m.

a few relatives and intimate friends started .. I No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville due
Petrsburp' -I'lana considered fort Tarpon Springs-Work on I I ,
prtntnt. Dade City-Preliminary work be- Starke 4:28
I : a. m.
After a brief tour of south Georgia : St. Pet riburg,-Tentative plans under Hill .
gun on Pasadena development No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville due
in their car they returned to this city way for constructing: Tampa-St.
and are Ht home to their friends at Vo Petersburg electric/ line.Clearwater$1,800,000. project. 'Starke, 4:20: p. m.
1841 Laura street, Springfield-Florida No. 304 St. Petersburg to Jackson
Times-Union Jan. 24th. QUIZ. bond issue New Port Richey-Plans approved J ville, due Starke, 6:00 p. m.

Mrs. VoRtlander, who with her par- HealthYoiTgboald I proposed for purpose of erecting 1! for erection of new $50,000; theater. Starke and Wannea Branch.No. .
I were former residents of Brook-
enta er, shq spent her earlier child- school buildings throughout county. 1 1I West Palm B'ach-City awards $1,45.525.75 ,- I .101 leaves Starke 7:40.. m.

".. /,' hood and has many friends throuich- JKamf I Ocala-Marion-county; votes $4,-/, :>> sewer contract.Ocala No. 102 arrives Starke 8:15: p. ...
r' ''Out"tlrllt.eounty: who will extend con-
gratulations. 550,000 bond issue for constructing 1) -Plans perfected for erec- T. J. GRIkFiN'. Agent
good.roada. i tion of new Hotel Marion.
Palatka-Work on municipal docks ; DeLand-Additional facilities will be Colds Cause drip and Influenza

Herbert C. Ritch was the to get under way soon. installed in local office of SouthernBell ...tXATIVE BROMO QUININE' TahlaU remora
I 'charming: hostess to the (afternoon I th. ". bridge* club Tuesday at her homo on Perry-Atlantic Coast Line Rail Telephone Co. E. W. CPOV* iieo-"
Walnut street.Following 11 Y11 road to build 41 miles line between .
Tampa-City plans to annex Temple -
several games of ridge i-, i here and Monticello. I --
Mesdames II. II. Young and It. J. Davis 114. D Mitel. N...._ Throughnnnmant .p.elsi' .... Terrace ,
with The Edutlotml Bonk Co.. ,
were presented with apppropriato K. Y.. this ..w.pap.r now offer tt. rudn Lake City-New $240,000 hotel to I Davenport-New concern' Polk Steel
prizes for making high and low score. CROUP. this InUmtlns futur "QUIZ" being be constructed. 666I
and Iron Works located here.
Dainty candies wore served on the 'Mtrftct* from that book' endorsed f>y EaO. ,
tables throughout the games. The word "croup" Is age old. It u.n. Gibny of Extnnlnn A*. I
'y.r'k Clermont-Contract let for
The hostess served her guests with BM no scientific meaning, but no ts.IU.. New Board of Education.Tb con 1 St. Augustine-Plans completedfor I I. a prescription for
refreshments consisting of pinapplj noth Is mistaken in what it im mil"w ai puulM lostnetlv will*.b*,found latellOllI.-l.. struction of more than 10,000 square I erection of new First Nptional COLDS GRIPPE KI-IT. DENGUE. BILIOUS

salad, olives, saltines, hot chocolateand plies. Its presence is announced yards sidewalk. I hark building. I FEVER AND MALARIA.It .

mnrshnu'llowB.Those py. a drowsy, feverish condition of Puzzle: : 38 I Clearwater Clearwater Steam I kill. the .......
present were: Mesdnmes A. \be baby, and by a sharp, ringing, Lakeland-New 8-story office structure -
W. Anderson R. J. Davis Church.W. ofmost Parted Geography. Laudry receives two carloads new machinery
S. r et hoarse cough unllka that I being planned by Lakeland Real A TONIC
K. Davis. Vivian Sunders, G. lIilltrunk. other diseases. The symp- Can you discover what towns arc I i Estate Board.Daytona12. I I
C. A. Patch II. II. Youn" 1 forna are intensified aa night/ approaches. hidden 7 I e drove's Tasteless chill; :: Tonic gesturesEnergy
Frank Hoover. M. Wainwright, am At bedtime the little fellow 1. They marched in Burghers' l\Iadigon-l0l bales cotton ginned ;new homes will be I I and Vitality by Purifying and

A. S. Crews is hard to arouse-again the dress to the courts of Justice. here this season. constructed by Chamber of Commerce I I Enriching the Blood. When you feel its

Iml.H Il'J''UI.---- BRIDGE"' -- boarse., loud, brassy cough. The 2. Remember lining one's pockets St. Petersburg-Plans announced housing corporation. I[ 6renllthenininvigorating/ effect see how

. PA R'1.1' >pulse is quick, the breathing rapid. with money. won't insurp happiness. ( for erection of $1.100,000()( store and I !it bring! color to the cheeks and how
__ VM, it's croup. Jn.tona-Plllns being drawn for
A lovely social event of hint Thurs Other, and more serious ditteos- 8. Doesn't Joppa rise a little in i office building. two new hospitals to be erected here. it improves the appetite you will then

day afternoon was the bridge port'- s of the little throat, exhibit radically pp.rta? I Fort Lallfl'rdllle--'w:; Plaza Hotel I appreciate Its: true tonic v.ue.dnivt's .
given by :\1 rll. 11. F. Demorest, to a different symptoms; dipther- 6. Man, I tobacco never touch. J\'kMClnville-N'w addition will be Tubttuens chill! Tonic Is bunply
and home colony with 3 iOO( and
number of her friu-nln ut her attractive ia i has very slight if any cough. !900-rciom acres built to Fishweir Park School. i I Iron and Quinine suspended m sirup. So
home in the western part of town. Ecarlet fever and measles begin Puzzle :No. 37 a hotel, will cost $iJOOOOOO. plrasaiit e...... .....c.u. :i.ko i... 1i! Lloud

Appropriate decorations; were used %ith slight, frequent, rather looso Jacksonville--New concern, East J.llk'land-BuildinlC permits for the needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
in the reception rooms which provided cough, with no outcry .during the Three English. Towni.Enigmatically Coast Barge Line, to operate freight first two weeks in December, showed LaL3atruys! : ; : :!al.ul.germs\ and
nn attractive setting for I hippIcaKiint ffort. Pneumonia lays a heavy KxpresscJ. 40 per cent !gain over same period of Grip gernb/ by its Mrengtheuinil. Invigorating -
carrying barge between
this and
uffuir. During the guinc-i the breathing' 1. An important part of a ship place
hand on the lung; 1021. I i I Effect. CO..
Halted pecans wore served on the tab painful, shallow, and the cough 2. A part of the body, and water.. :Miami. I .
les. Masculine < box and an er -----
8. a ,
suppressed as far as possible, because -
Prizes for the high score In the painful. Every mother ror. J.akelan.I-Lllth'rllnll purchase $ II,-
card of bronze very 000 sito for erection of church -
garni'vm n lovely not in new
these points II
hook ends. which was won by :Mrs.J. t should know simple Puzzle :No. 38 I -- '

M. Mitchell, the low score prize, an diagnosis.should be "nipped in the ,, TlIl1l1ha II'e- Florida automobiles GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
Croup '
attractive boudoir dull, was given MM paid $5,747,930.75 for gasoline, during .
bud" if possible. You can do much what town of England was ,
N. Sternbcrg. November.:; i HAROLD C. WALL
A dol.cious; Hill.i.l. course with (hot if your physician is not available. Shakespeare born" I II'lIln1l'ttoIOO.lOtl
chocolate was .served lit the conclusion lIe may o* away on a long call and What is the Arctic Circle ( ) bond issue approved ?+VEi'UKSEM! IIF /BEST LEADING:" ;

of the OIlW". cannot come for several hours. Who wrote "Paradise Lost?" for construction of new school.! INSl'KAM'E: COMPANIES.: FIRE,
Tao guests ,-"loving this ..h.lil.trllluffllir. Give baby a large dose of cantor How many states surround Ohio ArCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
"after brief, warm sponge Name three books written by .
in'hlele'I"KoIllnI<'8 A. / AdkiiiH. oil, a :\lil1m'-$1.0tlO.OtlO pier soon to be
I'-n; ; Killia '. .1. C. J(. bath. Try to induce sweating as Victor Hugo. constructed by :Miami: Bouih Corpor- BONUS
lI.I.tdl: < II. (i. ;M. Imu.ui, J./ I L. IVili.K. soon as you can. Give the juice ofa Who discovered the I'ucific ation. ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
:. M. .lohns, O. I 1.. Kcuslcv/ K: Iwai! I IHums. roasted Onion-it is sedative to Ocean? I
N. Slnrnlierc! I Wyniaii, mid the inflamed alr-p8 lIaJes-ten Tampa-50 new dwellings will be
Miss Ailcrn Alvnrox. Cominir in a drop every fifteen minutes. Rub Puzzle No. 89 constructed in North Side (Country I
tea guests wore :Mesdames I.. A. H.ivis. the skin over the throat with a
.1. H. UitphV.. Jo:. Mid.lleton T. J. mild Irritating ointment. If you Word Transformations.Only Club area.

Griffin. ;, have a family medicine-closet may- time one and letter must be word changedat mutt Brooksville Group of local capitalists I : We charge O
---- -- --- : small bottle of tinct- a a proper can your
MRS. ('.t. KNKiMT: J KNTKKTAINS :: I be you have a be made at each change. I form syndicate to drill three oil ,
: INTEItMKIHATKH: : : I ure of aconito. With a dropper 1. Change "sing" into "talk. veils in Hernando county. YES HRS
I put five drops In a four-ounce 2. Change "rind" Into "bark. I I U
The Intermediates of the Baptist : bottle of water. For a child six 8. Change "cold" Into "heat." Lake City-Airplane treminal forthis Storage Battery In I ISmith's

Sunday school were delightfully entertumcd |: months old or older, give a teaspoonful city, . ., I
Thursday (evening at the of the mixture every hour, flolmlloni ., La>tWMk',; Pt..,.,-
attractive bungalow of :Mrs C. A, being careful to cease giving M Puss! No.. 93, On. Carps th* lwn wet. (,I'rmni--'o awarded for !! S
Knight, on Walnut street.The I perspiration begins. th. other kenpi th. lawn dry (laundry). : e
in I Puss! No. 13, HI. foot. Puss! No. 84. construction of new city hall. Garage i:
(vl'ninlCVII spent playing I V... R. I. (.,..). Ml.., Mont. I. T. Puss! I ,
games, contests and enjoying a pro. Ned Wt'e'>- Mo. SS. CUw.. Start, Sp..... Stand WraUb Bagdad-Million-dollar bridge span- I .
gram over the limlio, which proved | "BEING YOUR OWN DOCTOR". Stone. and Thumb.To'LINiG. fling Kscnmbia River will be for
ready I
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traffic, by June 1st.
i iBrooksville --. -- -- - -

I I -Seaboard Air Line I I -

build $50,000( home on Oak avenue. |I

'1, Bartow-Woman's-Club plans to I I J. R. DAVIS &CO.INSURANCE .

Railroad opens new line between here i
, life's Little Jokes and Inverness.St. .
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AUIt'UKtine-New paper "St. !I

Augustine Tribune,' will be publishedhere. .

Number 792,885 AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

I Tampa-20-inch water main will be

II I laid 1 under Hillsborough river, near '
Michigan avenue bridge./

By I
Tampa-Plans anounced for construction

of $30,000 building for Flor
"Rube" Goldberg WHILE Joe 4
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bURs.INHOSE'HAA'i tCiOeg.Mae x'ra urto(1cwywwsrwfripg cwR'riCa haws u itit iwt a.a s ttxagIM uuai 44 It 1cxSs gyi ilia
"lt' n-t, 5 AREAs
C.; TTiiv, G ALL AS .
BLACK TUGsevew h
A..wrs.. ... i 1.fTTIt:. 'i: 1 1N Tt1Cf f o1M.UIG CLUB.s. : .
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I\\I...' .'t.,, .'-- ..h.0'oJ! .";" -"_-H.--,-.......<.'-.;., "" ....,'...-...r';,f",......'"...........".. I :r1'tC P.o1ES, 'TNOUC t-tcPES:t(T S, M,Ys I Buy your Kingsley Lake Lots now at pre-season

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I : News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Srrrttary Kellogg iSt'lld.ot.Ullll: MKXKO. Protesting fENT-A-\VUI\O\ \ )

'i. Bits of LocalInformation s Against New Mien and

I I and \Petroleum! /Laws

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,'; : [ Live State NewsTOLD I Washington,* Jtn 2">. The United

I States. has proteste-d to the :Mexican

Concerning; Our People, Business and ,., : government in a note delivered! Satur- 1 1 Fur rent i nt Therm, and,

Pfogres of the County and Town.t I dl\Y'I\Jrl1inl't the new alien land, and (al'lI1s fur sale!. HP JIt'ht.

t tt. BY OUR EXCHANGES i iI petroleum! laws which are regarded\ by IOU S\Li:-Joeid: safe family; huts,.
this as connpiritvy and as
I for Salo Soars years (old 1) E.;
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in the southern republic.
WEATHER ItEPORTFor i Mr and Mrs. L. of Starke ,
Beasley i :': Ono
Pensncola The million dollar alarm over the disappearance of -- piur nf lades( tan
has treated
Delivery of the note n 1
week 27. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. W.I i bridge 3 1-2 miles in length which Is I Benni V. Brown w(>l1-t.c>_lio farmer irloves Cull nt llriidforcl County
ending January ] delicate ,
diplomatic situation
Donegan .
Sunday.-Alachua County i rt'sug. '
will be who > 'r.-4I'\I1.
to ) 'nKacltWetln nfternoon.
64 .00 to span the Kscambia river, came (IIlny! I
Jan. 21 75 :News.
revival of the traditional and"
I t i ready for traffic by July 4, it Is now from his farm on the Nunei ink a S
22 72 67 00
Jan. F'Olt>
difficulties between the two .Ll'-On: the highway near;
11 sporadic
definitely stated and already plan ferry road, made several purchases ofn> j
23 42 40 .00
Thomas Turner and Ellis Thorntonwho for ii celebration to suit the occasion seeds and fertilizers and has not been republics, which were apparently adjusted Starke, f acres part' timber and
i I
Jan. 24 47 40 .17
are employees of the Seaboard are being worked out.'l'am'IsFourteen i seen since.. A search aleiriR the wood I I I two years ago but have become part cleared land Good; ) suil.! Price
Jan. 25 46 42 .38 spent the week-end here with rela- of the county has failed to reveal II'4 unsettled again since last June, when I $SMIO. Address l 11"" liia:!, Stark>,
Jan. 26 51 44 .30 t tives hours after she Kin i-i:>y-[it"
the ,
trace of missing man, the sheriff .
Sec-Ve-tarv of State Kellogg Issued his
Jan. 27 57 43 .00
was held I at arm's length and shot seven stated. I I
Total precip. .85. for week. Syrup labels all kinds and sizes, at times by her drink-crazed husband I l thrc-atenling statement )placing the I FOR S\LK:-Good; Kimball piano,

Mrs. H. M. SnydeIIpent Friday ,, 'the Telegraph office. according to police Mrs. B. C Bell Tampa' -Four negroe boys wero re. :Mexican government "011 trial" before I Cheap for cash or will sell on termsto
51, was still !stlMKKlmg for life today 17. the world. responsible party. Address Mrs.
in Jacksonville in Jacksonville. I Gently brought before Judge
Mrs. Vance Winters and children at a local hospital.! Darlington juvenile court for at(" C'I I In the note of protest delivered, Saturday M. Luck, Raiford Fla ____1-15-31

Miss Sara Malpas spent Monday in of Jacksonvillewere\ here during the Miami-One of the largest duals in ing,: bicycles. After studying' the Cl\" the United States practically! i I

Lake City with relatives. I! weekend visiting her father, Mr. Wm. 'I Florida acreage ever recorded was the judge handed the father of ( demands that President Callas prevent' ] rOK! SALK-( Miscellaneous) Arsenate
Motes. I consummated here when John B. of the boys a large piece of leatherstrap operation of the objectionable featuresof -
I j of Lend Calcium Arsenate and
Mrs C. A. Knight spent Sunday and Devoney realtor and developer of asking that the results be forwarded : '
\ to him. A crudely penned note the laws by special promulnratory Paris Green; fur Tobacco beds! also
j Monday in Jacksonville. i iI i .J. J. Morgan of Brooker and I Chicago and Miami completed pur. received a few days later from one of decree which is within his authority.It II Bord"auxlIxtllr.: .-, at wholesaleprices.

I _- __ H .* I II I daughter "Mrs:! JOB. Gaffilnndi, of San chase of approximately hundred the fathers read: "The rod was not is estimated that American property II. "'. Noyes, Box 40''! Valdosta l-

I D. M. Malphurs, of Brooker was a'' Jose Calif., were visitors to town I thousand acres in Polk and Highland spared an i wishes to tell your honor rights valued at over $1.3000,000: ( ( Jn. 129tf.
to town Tuesday. I'in 'Friday.A counties for approximately 8000000. '
vlsitpr I that youwYders, were complied with 000! are affected by the new laws
WANTKDMan: ( with car to sell
andJt.jravi mo lots of satisfaction com.
I J. Griffis and who have 'f Miami J. E. Weber formerly of St. There is as yet no thought of Immediate 1 pleteline Auto Tires
family eiuality and
J H. Surency of Graham was among lIe ain't stealing no mere\ bicycles. i 1
those attending court here Tuesday. f been| residing at Sutherland Fla., have! Louis is held here by county authorities I withdrawal of recognition, the Tubes Kxclusivo: Territory. Kxperitnre -
returned here and are living" on their without bond on a charge involving Ala .hua-The Alachua Free Press, ready weapon! of this government but [I nut nee.e-ssary. Salary $SIOOOp

I farm a short distance from town. '| aliened violation xjf the state is .Ie name of the new weekly newspaper President Coolidge and Secretary K(>I- j .'r month. Milestone Rubber Co. E.

Bring your list of articles you I law relating to the sale of stock in that han just /ma dl' its appearance logic! arc much concerned. i Liverpool Ohio. l-EH-H"

need to Stump's Big February' Four color lithoyraphed syrup label, conection with advertisements! offer. here The section to be serve.) The new vets! was drawn up by 'thu : "
jl printed with your name and complying/ ing shares in the Miami Housing Syn-I by this paper Is fast coming to the state department in collaboration withAmbussad..r LUMBEit MM SALK:-All kinds,
Sale. dicate. i notice of farmers njftl Investors and i i I' rough\ and dressed. Let me figure,
with the full and half i '
law l
Sheffled, who eMiverod n
have noel em next
the citizens 4Grg felt till your bill. Delivered whero

Jesse Alexander of Hampton was size, at the Telegraph office I I Tallahassee-Dr. H. V. Porter who of such a medium 0I"118w8 It In pub. I personal protest last, week. It contends you want I it!. Joo C riff is, Starke-,

arrived at the capitol recently after ]hshc-d j iby tho Arksll's of Inverness ', that retroactive features nf the | Fla. Mill one mile north of Kings-
town Friday. I I Judge, Geo. A. Gardiner of Starke an automobile trip from Iowa will assist "', C. Simpson managing editor.A laws violate tho Payne-Warren agreement ,
was in Lake Butler Tuesday holding, Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian five-year lease has been secured on on which was! based the rewogni-! !' ley. 1.22.3L'FOll : :

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom spent .(court on account of Judge Strickland in looking after tick eradication the Pearson building. noon to be modluiflped lion of Mexico, and J also article I of'i

Sunday with relatives In 'acksonv 11e. being juulified.-Unlon County work in Florida. Dr. Porter who was for the publication e"I the constitution. and, B !Mex-I SALK:-(Cotton Seed. ) lood
Times. I Il formerly engaged in that work in I the paper which has already received. quality Uplnnd Planting S'H'nt.,\ .
Mrs. A. M. Darbv, of Gainesville, Florida will travel over tho state. a hearty welcome. lean supreme court dec'inionn. $1 I.00)( per bushel', also small
was in town Saturday. i F. F. Clarke who has been seriously JI'ksonvilltTwo men were In -- Thu laws have been Passed( within genuine Ken Island<1 Cotton need L

I IJ.1rs. ill at his home at Green Cove Springs, custody of Jacksonville police today !I. Most Nervous Animal the last two weeks. They melee article !grown in Ii2"! :! giminntced, fertile

W. F. Mott cf Jacksonville, was BVought here last week and, is at for questioning In (connection with Horse Is' the 27 of the Mexican constitution ef- ut $')I.uO per bushc In even weightsn1 !
Remembe-it the home
was a visitor to town Friday. the home of his son, R. F. Clarke! the robbery of'the bank of Citra W.>d. : festive, limiting foreign owne-rnlii| of s, t. o. h.. Valdosta 11. !I"'.
I rnl"ile I anti that
where he is receiving medical atten- i nesclav of 5000. They were arrestedI most nervour' "I 1 land and mineral rights. Noye-s, Hox Inn' Valdosta Ca.: l-2'.Mf!
tion IStump's I last night by city detectives called) little things! nn' v rid Irr'tnte! him I
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph 'by Herbert K. Ross, postmaster, and) He will h" ei'iil" t "r r. Mexico for her part taken the position II' YOU Are, in busmeiHS' or have;

office. II I : K.: .1. Killmger. superintendent of themotiev .i that any American should take anything to sell, mil lung will bring
Sale Starts Sat
| Rig order division! of the Jacksonville -----.-- his case to the !Mexican courts if ho, more "results than good advertising.See \.

N. O Haves of Brooker was In urday. I postoffice. considers, himself subjected! toll1f.r; I me at Young's Stare for sign"
I .
I if iulinliutr'.f| i any Kind i Auto I.etteimg -
town Saturday. I Hew Rpc'" r'nl Name tie-ntmc-nt, and that later ri'ci-sienrv,

A. B Braddock of New Snw-nu, Gainesvilletith\ u few intangible\ !Spain! f>r'." .<.li,::'', Hi rn-rnn Rat the dispute can be submiUc to inbitration .' windows. 'Iheodoie, .muslin siJ's.. I I.oneslprices

Mrs. Knuilla Jones of Graham was has purchased the two store build,'" clues to work on, A lac him county au.thorities bit Peninsula '1"'". "iil i l Is.' accord by thu two governnienU Officials I 'a.II;) Mmke Fill.In,1" Inhn-ton, Box
: Oiders
In town the latter pert of the week. next to G. II. Bennett on North W:ilI today renewed, their efofits !hero the''I + lippreciuled. -
itceivedeiy Godly I
log f' ;:rr.rl mi i "irv Ari''d; from! l-L"l-lf: !' .
ntified bandit
I unidi
the Fowler home to locate the '
l I nut street and! two
soutlu-nst) of 'St'irke. *" .i.loik will! who Wednesday rubbed) the Hunk nfCitin. the PUIIIP, *.io," '"'' nil.liit. "II"K nil). ( suggestion from, Mexico that+ tl,,, clisI --- -- --
of Brooke- (
L. R. Gainpy t hr the I pule be submittc-d, to the Hague- In- VVANTI'U-Mave: Illoclcs 1< will
in town last Thusrday afternoon mo< e here within the next thirty near here of $::;.UOO and! ( tpnl hue i'n'-- "i piay
was days. tapcd 'n an automobile bearing .It-I COUIIMV" *.I'111 .> ."',,vlnv Noon, trrnationnl. ?r>.r.1I( ,per card, for pine, or cypress
Ohio< license: crnl',4"i ','n' .I" "". r.I i ii -- I stave bloelis, :111 !illi'lies long, six
Mrs. Ida Triest", nf Waldo was a
for > .... ''. li> quay one jucr..& hitches| in ,diameter fieifrom
the first of the week. Tampa-Plans announced dc- dll\i< I IK If' i 'U> LI up
visitor town
to !St' AI1g-u"Unc--fom; idea of the ex- j I .., .. A New fork hull"nv, ihui' ,e hnlfe .. limits .
velopimr !Seaboard: Air Line Railroad at KestoneIKighti l We Kiel 'to"!> in in n'lm t pcMHwntwi turpentine cut fines. Illocki
:Jiiipuo developments
Miss Inca Mnitt.; of Jacksonville, Co.s terminal property, here. in Clay county, where a i % 1 Vmal..b.. 1 ran" a tnto" t I I trOll! Ic'r pi,. i I cord. Is .1 I feel high :Il'l: in. wide, 8feel
blind/ h (mi, i,11, i I..' I Is intlilicl to II T
spent the weekend here with friends.A | town site bus been eiitahlishcd; in thepiituiesque long eddies hums HurrelIConapani'
Toil. :M\ers$700,000 bond issue lolling (lull and( lake Tru tav. Ape. per ,111,1. iii, "MIL., .'.". in ! In. Util. ( | I'll 1111111I. I Fla. l-15-IOt-'l-; >
I -I I 'I .I'!' pi'nvi' "I' "
\ Sunday in for construction of Fort Mv- country cf Florida was gained, yester- .. to.II l W.I .
J. Wilkerson, spent proposed" ( Fond Papa' Il .11.l sun wtiit Ale, .
Palatka. ers-Iona road and 1 bridge district '\,iv by a party of local, people) who .. .>i ... K II. 'in a ,
< motored.! to Keystone for the day amlclutched ton lenrn I" : 5. "Aw 1.N.. VI I ii .. *. ii ....i I..n. i I ..nilik.Greek.1 .
highways lit Keystone, Inn. net lard,. i t. i 'I i Ia1MQd 1 1 rumple u/l I W/'N'/"I'II/ : i 1"Anl\ll-it I:: 10( TAkKCIIAKCK :
Pee the UnrfnliM at Stump'sHitr I taro ri'i.M r. 'l'i ht.l.ny. .i reel I ( : !: Of HO acre( farm with

February S.ile. !St.': Petershurg-$100,000 apartment Tampa) -Constance Rennet, motion irme1. ....a 'In 'i;" 1j.Iy.i I: idol i vj-'ll 21:; neres cleared, with comfur'aliln

house ;will be built at Bench Drive and picture aitiesH, and l her husband reel 111 i t'nl-. .. ,Ira Made Use cT' Tlr. farm IH.IIU-. < barn, kitchen .
of L'. 'I'hil-I The (creeks ,Ii. llonuTlc I nu' It
:Mr and,) Mrs J. T. QuMev, Mr and J JMIII. Twelfth Avenue.Tarpon lip Plant |grandson II. J Ii 1101 I n.n\ .to. tlmnt house, knoll. l slix Ic inn'e, shod.", trees
and) Mrs F. A. I' the famous Florida Uest Cons pioneer I7' .., .. were f.i:illlnr \ "?"' ..' tip" I'njier -
: L. E. Murrey | tllli .
; I good well .
pending of their! honeymoon .. .. ', of unit r \Voiild give ap'loun1.nt
part ,
arc it 41 Ie-
Scott sncnt Friday In .Jack",) ville. | Springs-White ways to be Wltl.' '". |> I tin 11 The couple arrived I tc" :innt guml
Tampa ,
installed)] in Inness Park. I>ha'->''i- In ii r 'I.. ii i II.11I..1t1 opportunity,
George F Young, of LniUev.. wstransacting 1 here yesterday from Cuba where theyhave I I of Ad..1!., I Iarerv:,.: I I i inl wars if illt'I.t. shown in ,place' For ,parliiulars -

business! in town Wed Tnnipa-National City Bank purchases been vl..itinrRim'p Conn their Nove'm.I niar- I P-acUrolJ"sl"clionsin j In.' Mlin" mi.i. .taiuin, :; writ! S..1. I Ih'nm"nk, (owner -

nesday. North Tampa road" <1 and<1 bridge, ber.rill!;''' in Grcnwuh, on i I i ... 'n t1.I''i e.. .1\'II'n the ) Roam .1 1 Arcade" /III.If I |I.nkclniii:I

chsti,'let's fTSO.OOO: bond issue. -_ toME SEW.IN .. -lItI.j Fla., or Box 221: I. Mulberry, I'lor-
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Un>.tona* ..:....The completion of three I idn. 1 l-2J-:! / t '

office I Grov'elandArnold, building on new telegraph) : linesh ,'l> will give ]lblJ / ; SpeaVS.. ., LSZ5Z5"'ice c5u' 525''u'u' 1.52 I i

Broad Street to be remodeled! ,unlimited Ik-uch end l st-rvicc Jacksonville between has been Daytona| an. j I AT TilE '
:Mrs. A. C. Onrden, of TampA. is very -
I nounc-ed \V. R Gothard. local manager
ill here nt the homo of her ,daughter by r
"ebater-New theater promised for Corn-
i of the Postal Telegraph
Church li
f Services
Mrs. O. L. Beasley I this place.ClearwaterBuilding, puny. Approximately ninety messages MOVIES

per hour CliO be handled\ by the
Mesdnmes J.M.: Mitchell. E. L. permits forI service. I

Rigers.! and J. W. Andrews, Jr., spent new 'UM "Ld'x/ (;;,,"
Wednesday in Jacksonville. I November totaled $570,750. I Del.anil, -The year; : old baby of :Mr .5z'X525Z5' ic2" iSu252525? 'u .

I and Mrs Chesnay Blanc, Ann Blanc \ TIII'IfSU..I..lflll..\ Y ,

tumn'R Hie: Febraury Sale, Ocala-..Lt'high Portland Cement Co. .whjlcsplaymif about on the floor of the ST. MARK'S .
of West \V is- MM i:: MI'KKAY in "( IIU'K":
,starts Saturday. I purchases 1,270 acres lime ,and clay homo: her'parents on '
'.' '. consm this in 8omi manner 'I'lie : .
lands near here. avenue city St. Mark's Episcopal church: Sun- 1'iuhiiritresn, u most illu'r"Mtinjf.
_..:... found, some. rat poison which had, 'I' society. dramasurium
Mrs. W. W. Wiggins of Macon G \. ---- '--- I been overlooked und ate it, anti) ,died 0 Jay services at 11:00: a. m.

is here visiting her sister Mrs. G. II I I twelve hours later. The funeral was '
cm KCII: OF ciiuisrMeets ;
Bennett. P'.g.r\ i' "rratlw '.held here from the home of the I parents -

: hay 1'C 11,11'I.' Ir.'" u.I : .. Rev J. Morgan: officiated at every Lords. Diy at 10 a. m. I"J I!IS'I'I'f': OK TIm: FAIL $:' IiR'I'11"

Messrs. J. L.; Peek, J. F. Kukliter. wool. I'Ir',uiM* :'in, .' .i .1..1. HIM the funeral services.. \ for Bible Study and Scriptural Communion A :Kpe-c: .ial feature.

Jr.Mitchell J. W.anent Andrews Friday ,Jacksonville and J. M! can '..t.. ... tan! ". -.1 l K" I Avon I'lIrk--C. C. Cochrano, aged \ See) Acts, 20: land I Car 11 : :'Iril. pisoile I:: of "( 'irrim M h sle-ry."
lurutir c.f a' ', i" ft i.i"! '.l, .. ,4"i: r'rnwr'e"t Palm' Beach undertaker -* 2J-2: I -

The ,IHIM. .' mi tie committc.e'1 suicide at !ScbringI 111I'1'e ,
Leesburg and ------- '
VeiF\ Stump was In JI'III\;; fI'ISOti'Slit ::
Kustis Wednesday looking after business 01 ,.,1.,-. II..n '" ,,' .. .'il, I. this morning by drowning in Lake intsr nvpiisr: CIIUIICII i I

interest. "Joe I 'mi. ii' 1? iii4 .-I'MI, > 'i, ,n 'S .nl, : I Ural blocks dad only in un<1e rI Hapscn! I
(luH'i'i .f 'Io.I'1-l IK rdI muli-i i
I siiij I u i I'w'ar and bathrobe. Cochrane had Sunday school 10:00) a.m. ( iruini i \iilli and 1 I Iliiuene:

For real banrnin? in fry ponds sure ul' r 'i "i -I 1.. .. IU. .IIIIII'IHpfiin.'s .! been In III a health several months. lie e /Morning\ worship 11 :00 a. m. < J'!Itrioit.Supporting .

and hoe! visit Stump's His{ !' in .l"he -. I- 'e ii !/. !'it) ILI" I is, survived by u widow. and a 7->.enr II y. \P. U. service 0:30 p. In. |>lil)crn-:M.irv\ ,\lilen. M.Me ,
| ("", .1'' Ii.' .ii'l'i' in n' "> fen old, Evening: ; Merniiill mid Iteiilrne Biirnhuiii.
February Sale.' son. worship 7:30: p. m.
InrU: .I I I.. I I'", ..'ii-i '" cape: '"- (One of \llnive.rsal's best.
service Wednesday 7:30
14.: ,' Bonifay-Holmes county had voteda If Illll
t ,. its contribution V p. I -
j. bond issue of $HO,000( as
E.\. m.We
-- J. Uigtion and daughter
construction of the Ala- invite to worship with us. '
with relatives in towafd you i Column ;Net; t .1 I'ridIlYI !
spent Wednesday '. ina-ijulf highway to be built from Y I
Glen\ St. Marv. FsUv. on the Alabama line to Phillips \ I. }III PRr.SBVmtIAN | "Open. nil ;Nixlit"ilh'; Viola IIt lull

| New Temperance Head Inlet; on the Gulf The .state road h "6r II IIr Rev. II. A. Tucker D I). !Minister., | ii nd, "tI"rN-'
and) P. E. Johns, of
Percy Ol.iffin. department I i- to begin constructionon C----- Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock! a. m.Prenchinlt' .

Pompano were in town during theweekend. I this highway in the immediate! f". service at 11:00: o'clock a. "IMIIIIICAI." ANNOIl: IMKNTSIlllt
, tur and. the Alabama highway department I I _
r and 7:30 .
'. m : m.
I I \ p ,
is prow-inn" to mn..t !it IIH'lllHINrAIIVKI :
Mrs S. A. Bcvr. of Baldwin SpentI line with road which will liJ 1 \ I'rayer melting Wednesday at 7:30 I ly.' 'Ii> In I .'IMhi IN"..,HIM'.rrhd". inittiiiil vuli.TH nf'., .I'. Toun my

I Saturday h"1"1 the guest of her sistf"Ollie -, connect with tho highway system of p. m.' fir Hi.(. iiTficiut Hi.',,'....nlnliv. It
' Mien \, :Marr. I thut state. 1 The Junior Christian Knili'uvor Snort lirlnl. I i rnnilm. fliilhf.ll. AIM.1) fficlutil. Hi'rv.i .
; !I II I f ED!\ 1 I I ,y meets ut 2 o'clock p. FrI. "" '. I >.i.illicit I yiiir OUrr". .*
*': ', .- i / 1'1"| .nr.illy. 'I"I II I 1'1
Several pastengerawere ; :'.Ic.
Jr F. Houser of the Houser-Priest M. Augustine/ The Senior hristmn EnrIr: aver !S' i- .
in town thrown from, their seats, severely sits; l rTvi-T"
Realty Co., Hampton was c lety meets nt f fl') 1" p m Theexecutive .
bruised and shaken up but none wa COX PLAITS NO rut'I'!: I.. tin vul.r... uf II..M..I I niinly, '
Saturday.; :, seriously enough\ to gto a lommittiM flea tM the first I tin n PHI.' .Ililulii' fur ICi .iiriHunliillvi. In elm
njured .
when Florida Fast: Coast: An f" ci'>linn:"''ly smart effect I Mmilnv of inch month nt 7:10:: 11. m. I Iru 'IIIIn.r. tram lira Ifi il I iiunty xulijict) InHi.
hospital a < .. li.m. ..' FIewl..n: ,I In I hihi III
:Mrs. Marv N. Brailwbaw and Miss ''CI I I rnim IVImii.v "
'\ southbound, tourist train crashed into Is 1I1"eI'n' the Jenny pie A eonllul invitation is extended, to' ii J u in' I".'"
Eulanao Cobb spent Friday after. tne rear end 1 of a local passenger tram have. t.kptct.Pil here .(t the left I.I: I I nil to attend" these service I C.Hdil.h, I I', YIHINI:. Inwliy. Mil
awn shopping. in Gainesville. Bayard 20 miles north of here this dress {fail's ol t1 box .plaits. .

today First aid! treatment was given lire h-I'1 together; re.u the h 'tt .. .
Marcus [Howard of lake Butler, thus,,- more severely hurt and when ..T tl..'! ; u'.tl..t: -'. i'l" o'fui >0>------- -------- --- ---- -

we in town Friday afternoon attending of the ..' 1 I'1
the tram reached here none uppned U" 0 !ii
the basketball game u- .tigers would leave'it. makii.j:? a !I..41'!., "' '1f.1' .p'"' if I' i ] li\"J"I']; CIIAHGINCi !

plait br.. _" -"ch t.. > J p::::.riit -
Rig lurtraipx in !shoes nt Gainesville: Two unmasked young ic-le. Tree.Another t
otaotioao: 01:1001:10
Stump's Big February Sale. white men robbed the Bank of Citra unusual uml'J u.iralna"

.i s iFu Marion county about twenty-five treatment if *>o'. plnit* 'F ,," ','rtithe .. Guaranteed
m lea from here, of $1::;.IIUO i< in cash and froth the
:'.In' D.-L. Rigsbv ..f TamVn. spent s"e 2s,. h, ss locked G. Browne, cashier the only occupant heav :silk crepe at Hours

the latter pn't of lust work here with of the bank at the time.. in the fl.l riuht.If nrt)He-re*..t. .the* *..plaa... en:" are'J "uiiu',0 o..I'?' 8 .ei rite nriJ
her sister Miss Ollin >l.trr.Mi. vault.. ,nhout 24oMn": tb' i'f"- ,
r -
_ 'WfII. They made away with their 1 I' .' tn' pl ..1a. .. \ VceStern's* Sl.lliGclicn I II
Gainesville. loot in automobile with side ,"r.f i' un at 0 the t ,t' '
McCreury, of \yas an ,'. .
transacting bus ness in town Saturday ')5frs. Ella A. Bool of Brooklyn.* up and were 'reported Late this p rt>- a a' I' n la'1 ".

nftorioon., N. Y., for ten yars VTeo-PTMW.ivt "'fte/noixn. an surrounded) bv a posse tit" t a bull. ut. h between .: I Garage !
of W. C. T. U, has been elected its % nf) citizens n"ar :Micanorluntrt1 in, I. tl ai hhown at D Turn .un

little Miss Louise Snyder was In new President She recently ran Alaehraounty.' I' "raw.. cedars. nq'. at'' ':' find tI I Ag nil EXILE Batteries Phone 87 |
Jacksonville :SuniUv;; v.I.: :.c ... ..- for Senator but was defeated although "her'ff nfH r'
P .T. 1)'i.' nn'I Pensacola-Monra Penton. t:. _. _._ .. .
Mrs. the _
to acromnsnv polled a big vote. :: ,ambia county tonight broadcast. a. ).-.-- ------ --- --- ) "
little.daughter, Ida Lulu home i I.





trZsaca ,2s ,? 5? rcasasasa twca saQ sac sac 3SZ5tsz5 EXPERIMENT STATION -

Farmers and Farming Gainesville considerable POTATOES, Fla.Two-interest AND new J >,bulletinsof CUKES Florida IDEAL_ FERTILIZERS' For Florida', Thirty Years

truck: raisers have recently come from
the press and are available for free

_, distribution. They are Bulletin, 176,
Irish Potato Disease Investigations, IDEAL BRANDS'are made from choicest material proportioned .

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I:i 1 and Bulletin 177. Disease of Cucum- 80 as to rive steady and continuous growth. They are made

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND bers.The to fit Florida crops and conditions, and our complete plant and
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY J 1 written bulletin on Irish potatO disease railroad facilities enable us to make prompt shipments. however
by Dr. L. O. Gratz, who
is in charge of the Hastings.iebora- congested traffic conditions make it advisable to place

,I. ","JL. r'Ir'IC'IOOclOO": ._2 20000clOclOcllOltanno: tory of the Florida Experiment Station order early forIDEAL
eSrrrrS2NOW "-- ""' ----- --------------- your -
and has done considerable workon
IS TilE TIME TO SWAT to enjoy meeting together and show- Irish potato'' diseases.. The bulletin -
THE CITRUS AI'HIDS ing each other, what they have made. give the result of this work, together FERTILIZERSWe
with suggestion to growers
"A stitch In time save nine" runs DeSoto-Saturday some of the girls for the control of disease

the adage, but it i* the opinion of the from the South End Arcadia Club The bulletin on cucumbers was are now prepared to quote prices on your spring require-
entomologists of the Agricultural Ex- worked in the demonstration kitchen, written by Dr. G. F. Webber, who
periment Station that an aphid killed making orange marmalade and has done a great deal of work withi ments.
will the saving of the necessity crystallized truck .
now moan i crop diseases,paying particular
of killing nine time nine later. peel. The product was quite attention to cucumbers. Occur-

Aphids are very scarce in citrus good.HillsboroughOne. ence, appearance, and control of the Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer CompanyManufacturers
groves right now, became the cool principal known cucumber diseases
weather of the last six weeks has resulted girl who has had 1, are discussed and a careful study of
in throwing the citrus trees four years of dub work and has been the bulletin should enable growersto of Ideal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
into very thorough dormancy How working in the woman's club two considerably lessen the damage
ever, a survey of the citrus section years has l CO jars of canned goods put from disease in their cucumber fields. Established 1893
shows that they are present in most
Copies of either both
or of these'bulletinK
up to enter in the county contest the
Whenever there m enough new
groves. may be had by addressing a
growth to furnish them food a few last of January. She expects to enter postal to the Director, Experiment
aphids will be found. But, because the vegetable contest. and has also Station, Gainesville, Fla., and stating -
they are 110' scarce .and confined to ordered l&00 baby chicks. the number and title of bulletin de -- .
few scattered twigs, they can now C"--:'
a sired. Piles
Cured In 6 to M I I I ra
and cheaply dealt Day No Worm a HMltby;
be most effectively Lake-At my suggestion! two of IIIIU.\\
lea most DntUIoU refund moocr. if PAZO OINTMENT r r.lI.tI. All ehUdraa ooubUd vita Wonu km an n-
with. The present oppor- the schools will allow the last per- RURAL CQMMON SENSE oar. or Protrudtnf ,
color,which lodfcaM bind ud M
bMllfer soar a
tune time to give the pests a body iod of each Friday for club activities. (By' Spud Johnson.) PUaa Ie..ntl1y'rellere.. Itch Piles, ..edas _,.,. 'I Itch SITICIDE nl, than U mot or hiss Mmacb ditaitaM&
blow. Grower are, most strongly They will\ have health posters for set tsUu1 sleep ater One ppifcvtioo. OKOVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIO *HM nAotariylortwvxttuM
urged to go through their grove and .' vwk*will tuton UM Mood, /ta-
throroughly inspect at l least every their first few lessons.CitrusNearly NEIGHBOR'S.DECIDE i TO I TIM QdriM That Doc NM ARf cl Gad I I p..Nelf inv*U..41..-......sad wt as a Otwralfagtiolot ......
young tree, and destroy all aphid PURCHASE HIGII GRADE from Stnemi CO.. Omm r_ 0MITCHELL'S .. th.whol.*_ IUdree yell ibis
"- ,...11". (
itss estta tonIsad LAXA-
garden club ct ed ttIeCIIM b.rbusaa. .
found. In most groves where there every FERTILIZERS TOGETHERI nVE 11IIOII0 "CTebIeta) cgs be takes eYsw rA dt.peIlbe Sons will
1 Is very little Of this young growth: member has something to sell from -$555454. L.WcxOV6'3sal.astiass QUOcIN..E: { us. J I DRUG STORK Pi.aesaasteM MoOs<6ak1.
the aphids are most easily deroyedby his garden. One boy brought a truckload I went..over to see Si Smith the ue I
breaking off, the twigs on which''' of vegetable to town on Monday. I other day and.} asked him how he was I
they are found, and dropping them He had them attracticely bunted! a'Itd planning to baw.lIill lertiJizor.-Found BfuL'F
into a bucket containing some pod in bundle as I had instructed him. I out he was going down to the local COFFINS & CASKETS of
: Power
iiMMticlde, kerosene I Is excellent. This merchant and buy some 8-9-3 and oth- Strange
will not only destroy the aphids, but One gTOcerytnan bought them all. I er low grade fertilizer on time. I And a hD UM .fUnJ
will also destroy their food supply.If ;'Sl,** ] laid, "Why don't you go
growers will do this now it shouldbe Dade-At a meeting of 10 members in with ,,1IIie and''ome of tIts other fellow .rimrt",SmppHtm Mexican Mustang /
possible to almost exterminatethe of the' home demonstration council around her aDd let's buy our'
aphids from their troves, and who live in the southern part of the fertilizer in carload lots In that way AUTOIiOBILllIIUU. -

greatly; delay the time of a heavy infestation county, it was decided to try to send I we can get it cheaper. Of course we Always .**.. Tk. .... ..r Liniment tot rUttlng Cauuf
in the spring. A very lit- two representatives from each clubto I will have to pay cash but if you *.!.. al tk e lowwt prices 8*.- '
tle labor in going over the grove at the short course at Gainesville. haven't got the money handy, you can cfel atUatica to NIsgrapr ..Eder. Penetrates Through the Skirt Tod can 'tt I paektr' of sleds et

this time may; well save many spray-a HOUSEWIVES probably borrow it at the bank when .. ........... .....-. I I to the Bone-Drives Out I different and very beautiful flow**!
ings or dustings at a big expense HINTS TO you explain to the banker what you free. Hasting pit Seed! Catalog
few weeks from now. want it for. Rheumatic Aches, Heals about it.Beatings'
Rut to do effective work growers THE HOME GARDEN "We should also buy high- grade DeWITT C. JONES Cuts, Bruises and Sorer tells you all Seeds are "The Standard
must act at on'el! A week or so of Much of the soil of Florida is sandy.In fertilizer and save money ort freight I glr the best relllI -
warm weather will start the growth order to have a satlsfuctorory garden und handling. It will take just I,3.'i3: irvic-:, FLA AulT,'"". rn from rheumatic aches anti of the South They .
on the citrus to such an extent that in such a soil, liberal quantitiesof pounds of 12-4-4 the same pnltm and tliiwo. who aro troubled! 1 with! .\ In our Southern garden and our
it will be much more difficult to get organic matter should be worked amount of plant foods and in the --.OIDCJMJIaDf'" loio muscles or stftr,>nf nil\ the aphids. There is less. new into it to increase its water holding same proportion as a ton of 833. By wonderful. und quirk relief throiiKh thi has 112 pages in all full of pleturPH -
growth now and there will be anytime capacity as well aa to add plant food. purchasing 12-4-4 we save onethirdon CATARRHAL DEAFNESS use Mustang of a iirrpnrntiim iJnlmrnt, It known sooma on tu Mexican from photographs! > handsome
winter and this the most the freight in addition to POBNCHHtho covers In full colors truthful. accurate
this Barnyard manure is the bent material getting wnvlc |power. i to prnotrtio, tlnoiij.h thotirf.irc ;
time to deal with the aph- for this To n slightly better price. In other words, I. often cau.ed by nn Innamed cnndl'lorof des<,rlrtlorA and valuable culture dl-
opportune purpose a garden one- the m''ouI' IInllll ,.f the gUHla' ill..' < *IIr I lie skin direct t.'tho very l 1-.11' ,
i< quarter of an acre in area' at least that 1:1:13 1 :!:! pounds of 12-1-1 won't cost Tube Wh'n this t"H" Innamud yo. II"IItH lift Ion brings lit. ding ""I 1 ryuh'ting rp UAphid* do not fly around muchin nix two-horse loads should bo ap ns' quite as much as a ton of 8-3-3, and nave 11. rumbling:' .. scud or Imperfect and a rompli rod! to pull' We want you to have this catalog In
the curly part of the Henson when plied. Decayed leaves are good, but we get the additional saving *on I I.on.rlnoc. Ualuss t.... 11I1I'IIlIlIIoth.., cur It In unlil oho Mexican >::11'itniK noted 1 four home. It tells all about Hastings'garden
tho new growth H coming out on the are' best after hitvmjr> been used ns freight. The plant food! is the same :..".Iroyr..r.redurpd\ ..t.your h. .rlfIS 1..I1Y be I. for Joint Us limber spud was and' ki-iit ili-xililo In by fimon tills name and flower and field seeds. plant
trees; so those growers who rid their bedding for farm animals> thus getting in each lot and that is what makes! IIAI.r"s ,.: f'\ItHlf :lJIoI'I'INE wuto application. Tho almost magic Direct of and htilhs. Write for it today. A postcard *
trees of aphids nt this semon need well broken up and mixed with fertilizer valuable." "h..t w,' I.. .. I I'' .1 tar H.I. lIto.h'au11I.aRI: i ( Llnlmoni foe human u.r request brings It to you by> return
not worry much about aphids flyingin manure. Si thought after some further explanations ,sir l'Ilt auuii ... ..I 'ltu..1 t. to rolla pall and for healing cuts and mall.
from neighboring groves wherenothing Although the> annual rainfall in from me, he finally decided' 'at"rrll.II\I.. Itr..n ..i.l I I. 'IIMI'.I''I'\O. .ra..1...mentan.t t1ha bruises.makes I It, a very nec<<.Hnry hoiruremedy. ', H. Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN
is. done. Florida Is heavy, it somewhat irregularly I that it was best to buy them cooper .. rl. t .r I r4.' All"Mustang '
Nothing that the grower can do distributed throughout the year atively. So we went over to see Ed Bola b'. .. ltutggtre' Liniment or can Ket It for you ATLANTA, QA.
r in the grove at this time will pay therefore some means: of applying water Williams, Dill Hankins, Gus Weeks J. t t.en.'y i Su n t/ -
as big dividend on time anti, labor when ruins are long delayed I, and Abe .ark in", and soon had enough: =:. : -- -'--' ---- ---- -- --. -- .-- .
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saved as the destruction of the few while important crops are growing, is orders to make' up a carload. I went
aphid now present. The growers desirable though not absolutely nec- 'rover to see the county agent to find
should destroy every single aphid in CHsary. put where we could buy the fertilizer
their groves. and do It nt once., Our hammock and much Boils !ire in carload lots, and I then sent in tho I .

. .. . most desirable for vegetable growl ,i 1 order for all of us. I .
.. I ing, but as the homo garden must be As I figure it, we have made a nifty Ii
EXTRACTS: FROM COUNTY .. /| placed near the home one cannot always ':'moving on the lot, too. i 0 I Iv
AGENTS' REPORTS select soil that is best. 1
.. 0 0 I| By proper drainage, preparation WORK ON 1NSKCTICIDKS! 1I 1I I III
Washington-notlier community I und fertilization, practically any area CONTROL I v QIA
adjacent to dwelling be made 8 899
him requested to come into the CountyMark a may I
:! into a satisfactory garden plot. I
Gainesville, Fla.-Ralph L. Millerof
largest number of
trying to form. This makes 1 a totalof be grown here in the winter vegetablescan and plant Wooster board, as Ohio assistant! comes entomologistto to the state 4I

10 communities. I early spring months. In order to work on different insecticides and
have many of these, such as toma- I
citrus aphis studies. His work, which
Hnker, -Have held two meetings at toes, eggplants and peppers, ready i began on January 15, is under the II
my office to encourage farmers to for transplanting to open ground as supervision! and with the cooperationof I
diversify their crops. Farmers planto soon as danger from cold. is past, they J. R. Watson, entomologist of the
buy fertilizer and seed co-opera should be started in cold frames six Florida) Agricultural Experiment Sta II I
Ito ten weeks before this time. I tion. Mr. Miller will be stationed at fj;
tively. There seems to be a better
A cloth
covered cold frame l is com
Lake Alfred where. the Experiment
fueling here this year for co-opera- is
paratively inexpensive and when made Station maintains a citrus substation.Mr. I good citizenshipto
tion. so thut the cloth can be spread over Miller is a graduate of Ohio
tho top quickly when cold snaps come received both
Hamilton A few tractors and some State University, I
and removed when the weather is mild
his bachelor and master of science degrees -
mules went to the country last. week, fives necessary protection and conditions there. He specialized in ento- be

but it Is evident that the acreage in growth. I mology. He has had a summer of prosperous
staple crops will be reduced. The ground should be manured, work at the Ohio Experiment Station,
broken harrowed some time before working on scale spraying experiments ,
Volusia-In checking: up with ex- planting. A week or ten days before and investigations of insecticides -
hibit communities this week I find seed are planted or plants trans- used in against potato insects. THE South has just completed a prosperous

that more farmers are trying to have dred planted pounds, four of hundred commercial to five fertilizer hun- i I Mr. Miller is spending! a few himself days Many Southern enterprises have contributed -
in Gainesville
something for the county fair this analyzing about I 5 per cent of each ofthe I with available literature bearing on to and shared in this prosperity.
year than last year, and Interest is three essential ingredients, should his work, and also in conference with
very satisfactory. be applied to a one-quarter acre gar- I entomologists of the Experiment Sta-
den. When plants are one-half to tion and officials of the State Plant Prosperity is a give and take proposition. It is

Dude-Plans for the thirtieth an- two-thirds grown, if they are not Board.MR that better
industry gives
nual Dade County Jo'lIirlIl1nll: March growing well and look somewhat yel prosperous consumers

8, are complete. Entries: being received lowish-green, apply along the rows, LEVIS JONES OF products; that gives regular employment and
near the plants but not touching them, I JOHNSTOWN IS NEW '
in nil departments assure a about forty pounds of nitrate of soda; I SECRETARY OF C. OF C. I pays good wages; that distributes earnings in
fair of great value to this county. it is bent to apply this soon after a I !
ruin while the ground ia still moist, I A special committee from the board dividends which add to the purchasing powerof

St'minolt..Th" Florida Bulb Grow- it will then quickly dissolve and puss lot governors of the local chamber of the consuming public; that a large
ers' Association, at a meeting held into tho soil. i commerce met Wednesday afternoonin pays
recently in Sanford, derided to apply When chewing Injects attack the Col. S. Williams' office to consider I share of the cost of carrying on the business of
for n charter under the iv- >|>erative plants, spray tho leaves with a solution ,,; several applicants for the offices -
marketing laws of the State i>f Florid of arsenate of lead, made by i of secretary to sueiccd Mr. Wm. I our local, state and national governments.
dissolving one pound of the powderto Cowles.
a. no: gallons of water. I IT.After much deliberation tho appli- Prosperous industry,prosperous agriculture and
I.t'un-Consid..rllhl" interest is being For soft bodied sucking insects, ,' c-UiTSin of :Mr. Levis Jones of Johns
manifested by farmers in cooperative spray with tobacco extract, generally town. Union County, Florida was accepted. I I weeo''ii1.:1"o 00 00o prosperous railroads make for good citizenship.
bu>ing.of' fertilizers and geeds. called Black Leaf 40. In making this .. lIe will assume his duties I tot thm can mtru ctton of.

solution follow directions on tho February 1st. I I n.1; Southern Railway System also has just completed -
LafayetteFertilizers and seed l put'kage. I Mr. Jones comes here highly recom ,
seem to he the only thing farmers are'' (Red spiders sometimes attack vegetables -I mended. He has had n large experience 'I -s***.re 9. *rrmtf r Kmitwrnr by thm a successful year both in service rendered
I ; thoso be controlled by in secretarial work, having beenIn 81-
interested lln this time.OrangeConferences .
at i dusting with sulphur; this la also a I Y. M. C, A. work many years prior I'I and in earnings. The public comment in the

the past weekwere good remedy for the mildews which I I to taking up the chamber of commerce press and elsewhere, on this record has soundeda
attack and beans. work. His recommendationsinclude
held covering: the following subjects For diseases caused which of the state I I unanimous
by fungi the approval judgment that it is to the best
: Pinapplu growing for this section :
attack leaves or fruit causing spots chamber of commerce, which in itself
on large scale; bulb growing on which spread and destroy the partsor means much. lIe has been secretaryof interest of the South that the Southern's prosperity

large scale; poultry farm development the whole plant, spray with Bordeaux the county chamber of commerceof I continue.
in large numbers; small farm develop- ; Mixture.It Union County of which Lake Butler S .
ment in large numbers. is best to get a barrel spray Is the county sent, for several
I pump, which costs but little more venn and his record in this office has Only a prosperous railroad can render the transportation
.. 8 I than n bucket pump, and can be placedin been very satisfactory.Mr. .
HOME DEMONSTRATION a farm wagon and operated much Jones, is a man of pleasing and service needed by the people of a
more easily and rapidly. gentlemnntly personality, with a quiet
AGENTS' REPORTS prosperous country.
| manner hat has won him manv friendsin
. More Florida farmers are buying his family
. . Wniichnlo nlreariV. II and -
St. Johns-I gathered a bushel of their fertilizers cooperatively in large will\ arrive In Wmichnla within a '
chayotes from one vine in St. Aug quantities this year. They should few Hays to make this their home. :
save money this way. I A live chamber of commerce is one
ustine. Shipped seed to nina other I I
home demonstration agents and am :Miss :Mosel Preston, assistant home ''of the greatest assets a town can SOUTRN.
I have, and,I Wauchula should rank with
putting out seed to nine demonstrators demonstration agent in Polk county, I the best imthis as In every other line I I ;
recently started clams in French I
in this county. a I I'ndeavol'-F10rlda Advocate.
of public -
I cookery at Wint Polk-The girls In the home improvement to start a similar class at Hsines City. I I' Jan. 22. .

club are very enthusiasticover Miss Preston spent the past summerstudying I Palm Br>nch-Bonn prices have been RAILWAY
their work. They have nearly in Europe and spent considerable good during the Holiday season. Increased SYSTEM

finished rugs and are going to refinIsh time learning. French cookery. I interest Is being taken in di-I i
sense and insect control. Arranged |
the next meeting. Frostproof-Construction of
furniture at VeroI bo held at''
I two farmers meetings to
. Held a joint meeting,: of the Carney Frostproof.Tampa cross-sate highwayto I ppiVHnde and Pahokee on the 20th Southern s TME he South c

and Athens clubs. The children seem get under way soon. and 21st. ,


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)** -.*, v.*. ". ... I ut : It U ordered that the aid tht* defendnnta Edward N. 'lk..n. MaryCanOina .1.,,he. In and for Bradfoid\ Countv. State ofKUirlilH any ,..t.I.ln., a ...,'0'1.' the Ftnrldn Rail.road t i The Southwest of Northeast quar

in 14 ti :21 Days: known who are ntofora. named I Plckerwon his wife. The Florida Innl at ten o'clock a. m. on Monday the Company n ."'I".ral.n. the \tlantte Lum- ''Itr. f..tFRIDAY. on ,< !If, > All of the aboi
corporation SJna of A. P. IDUtl. at the of- rr C.n'lo.ny. a ." the Eliawurtb trust
and 1mm itratinn Companv. day Kibruary. >
1E1'SIN'prepiired !:\ 'in' thin order if living, and if shad, all i.arIUH being Township ftr\rn (Tt. South Itang
"LAX-FOS VIHI is .1 31" I rlnimfntr uniler, the nalil known and mirm-d ".1, Hancitck. Kliia: Vtiria, Hancock bin .I. fir.- of said County Judve in the ('our lluunein C Kast

SyrupTonic-LuxiUi lor 'd, fi mlitntu .ru..hd..d or otht-rwine, Sophia I r4ut4' John \\nrrvn Jam' \ Starke. Bradford l'olnl.,. .' ,, ,' for nnortlt Company, a corporation F.l"nrd N Plrki Do apptHr to I tlw. bill of complaint, filed 'n

Constipation. It relieves urnl, that all.".* whomnoevt whose nnmvrui > 'if.-. .I. F. ) Polly "W hia, wIfe N P. 'r to will at prKate mite al of that certain r*.n nnd M.r CaroJinn Pii'l'(, roti wife, osu'l rmiM, on ttr beforo tlu, first day of
.on. Hawaman. lx>uin ., iliwmn John unititied, Interi'Mt of said Luther Sou"I I .." lames S Mm,lev. Wm Bale
libruary, A I D. ,
be taken regularly for 11 to 'n r- nllfired to be and unknown lOJfl, .th'rnine tho nllctiniit -
should \ I complmnnnt.' ar. that may be or are.Inl..d I I. On..n. if Ih.lnl. or In exiattnce. are all Henry Ptxne, Jr. 'the said nt,nor. in and to thifollow Cathirine I 1.u. hi. wifoV r lat, .r an'I I 'tin ..{ the bill will bo list n as coiif.s.rdnn
action. It ami that therein Mmln, li, wIfe. ,
to Induce regular unknown tI) > Abtalmm .
in tlu |m.|M'rty lo.hml l in thin cult tte- 'inn d scribed lois I) inn and helnu in lll. 1..n. Hint you
., in the Bnxtir nnd. .
Very Pleasant to no I..n. kn..n Jennlo Hanti r I. %% i ifi' I" R 1
Regulates. lying and being In Bradford iminty U in further nnlered that this order !
1 1..1.0 E ..tcKvtif State of HorUlH' the nuns ins' of a ..b..n. Bradford County Stutc of I lorldn. to-a I, nan N W Hark", K H link S".n..1' l>m- liHluil
bottle. i onre n wetk fur four connecutUo ,', ha.I .

-per-. The Nrthi'aet .,iuartt of the South'aot'Itiartor r .. ,.hun. t n.,'..1.1. that tho it said i I. .,.1..0. >n.l.o.. I.otumUr 11 and, V'I .,( tt't ion l I', Town- Samuel ple.'r(' I 1.00..1 U..hou.P ,,Md, .rmore.1' I., date.1;. R., the llriidfurtl. Ctuinty 'l'u'lriuriiuh. n wetklyneupaH w

nf tin* qunrter of Section ih tt. Stuitli. Itan. JJ Fit: nccordlntc to | r nf 'nil circulation,
.1. a gent He
p pub hr.Iin
MAHfMC'S SALE "'"'mi'laintuit that the named d( (,' ureinterextcd I"rl.1.. n ": .In.I.t'. '
K-tle: C.
tJ:. Townhip 6. South. Range, 23 Kwt con- .. ,. .rl' Mtarke Itradford
lot he t l'r"pi-rt. > in thin ..t map of .11,1 "Ih.n n nconl I in the publicnconl Fdlr. T. W. ., TliotimnV. C'ouniv. Florltla
and under talnlnl in more or lean be. and they 10.10 dtnw of County. Doridn. antl con l'Ut. rh..I. ttlfNPHS I the HoniMablo Judge of the
Notice I. hereby yfvrn nnd complainant alltwa not 1..dr..1 RobtrtH F. I ,
(harlton .
HnrU, Pecree *. i are required to apt>enr to th1 bill of i I :: : .too.lhn' haa ( aiii' tnort< or lens 'C.I. \ r'ichib Judicliil Cirruil., mid I the official mal
vlrtuu of that certain :: :: kiio und by iIilgrnt search iuiry tnlolli h'otl Hobirl M. .,
OlUtr. .
cloHuru made. anti| r,.nib mi .,lit. ,." complaint filed In acid CHUM on or beforeMomlny not Ir'n ablii to M-certa n whether nny of the I ''' of A P Itt2It. I nth .1 I. N.nn.. ,,f tho Clerk nf this Couit I. as well as his, mgnaliiro -
T .
I : IH agent >r
tho of March A. D. HUS I\ Company opcralUefubmy
A. 2. Ailkinx Int. day CLhMMlK .rZ\I DKKsF: T..I.I. this 1h :10th
: n Iuy of .
DtcrnitHr. >
A. 1>. 1925. b ..0"d.t'nd.nh., w hone a".. rei
  • nre or plncef I of Florbln lv. nol hbnu'. I IK 1 < A, l
    othcrwiM the of nn-t* bill will bo
    Court .1."o tins Otis,' ,' 1I, I J... 1 H.'ft
    of Iho K in nry
    Juhei.1 l'lrult tiualnen alUuinl a* unknown rralie
    for Bradford County. ." In tliHt tilt, n HI .onr.. the defendnnta., I or In 1 or not, ..nIt, 0..1 I al- l-22-nt-2-19! I)........ J. Minor I riiMfor. :Barnard: lttrau,,. Henry It' \\ln- 1 O W Al.rPflM4NClerk
    P., Hnili 'I'hmai
    i I 't i H fort tier onlcrtnl thai thin orIrr he rtib- y, Urlira, Annie I llrltturnnld *.
    wherein J. H. PoppHI In the bill nf complaint that Circuit Court ttradISKM
    cause I liclud "ince each week ,for four connecutivailit 10 aMorn ht I \ Hrviner SHmtiot, Sco\ille. John F Lit-, l.l -
    .nil II. T. larn.1 et..iv 111..1 .' there are lurnona, firma and ,, ford County, Florida
    In tht H rail ford County Telegraph 'n. : Ilickty. .: Hancock. EllnaI
    a TO d...r.nhtt. the "." anew interented In the aald property In. NOT1CF OF AI'IIIC'Tlt" FIlM T4\>KKIlftl'IMC ) \ .1".0 \ lIt UKWS
    will, for .01. and will -- filer iu blinded in Bradford County, poiutionit Or lola I human 1'.0".1 hi r nl.h.I.,| Solicitor fur .
    Mantcr. ot.r \olve .
    caah to the and butt bldiliT. rlonUHThtH rruiience. ,ir plnri of business I I. unknownI" .fr.M-KAL: : 8TATI'TF9: Prnrnnn. G. F e, In"l. M
    the Sfith day of Jnnunry A. P. K 26. Matilda C 1. .
    of thi. court "UI..' ii'nr 1 'm Stark* complainant, and in aatd, bill relief ia pray- Notion I. gi\en" that I.. C. l.w.l.I'u..h..r.f II.n.I..1 atfervren. La
    the Find O. W. AlPrnMMtiSEAL : .. ,... .' RtiMerateilt. Mill, ChHnl- NoTICE
    County Florida. on Monday ,1| nttainut urh known and unknown difend- 1. No 107 do..i 'all.
    Mnroh.. A. D. 1925.* durIng the legal I ) Clerk of Circuit Court. I" "* pcr*.no. firm and corroratlon 2nd day of July A. II 1't.M. has Mod .. r<.. .' 11.0. John Snmpiy antl Mere
    .ale I for th. purpose of aatufyinic .. It, C. A. KNK.iir THKRKrORK jt i t. ""1.thht all pemona. t if irate In my office and has mndc applicationfor I I nmpiy, bin James F Griffin 8, R In Circuit Court. K.lghth Judicial Circuit

    I>" ret*. the following rial I I 1 Deputy Mt>rk. r rm .".1 corporation name in thIs order tux deed to innuo In accordance with law kiernoff C C. Kirrniff. fl H'. KI..nrr. u ltrahfrl) County, Florida In t'hanoery.

    lyinic and being in Uradford County, F. M. JOHNS. I If Hntr.. or in .fxiMenee or If dead. or not Said cert if irate' t.nib met, '* the fallowing .,. \ I. Vontlrn Atiirunta. I.. Vim" Innl. !Frrl Junes

    t".wit. Sol.ltor for Complainant. 1.29.r.2.26. i slHtvnro' then hia her their or Its unknown ed property, .llu..e In llradfurd County. Florida 'rnlot'rr. John F T.I.ror"Robert II ... Complainant

    The bnlf.of thu Southwest I _. heirs ...\lK.f. le atc.,. nranteea, aiteniiHoni u U>wit : t.r. J..* ttN>ruln N Johnaon vs
    SavtmUon acre on thv Writ tide of the NOTICE I and .1"0.. and to all peraun firm, Three acre In North corner uf Southwest *> wl. latuina. Jenkinn. John Hcilne. and It II Strickland rt alDifrtmutnlM ..

    east quarter. Section rourtpt.n < 14. I und corporation, h.vlo. or claiming any In. quarter of Southeast quarter being I ... Mary Pledges( hi. wife n.! t:. "*.. K.
    the Nnrthweat quarter of the In Circuit Count Eighth Judic'nl Circuit, !t4rt piece or lota of North ami, South by 3 Acres Fast and West, Th.rnn. A J. ,Ih'r. Mart M Muller. hia wife. Hill lo Krmov* 1 loud Quirt Tulle and *Ut*rk

    ter and the North half of the Bradford County. florida In Chancery. I 'ami 11"'nd.:1t'7; Bradford county, Section 27. Township, South Rang. 22 East J. M Soldo' ). Lewi Scvita and Mary I. SvvHa. Belief

    ter. Section T.nt.Tre<1251. All In J. J. Truby. 0..*. ; and d..rlh as 8 Acre. II.h..1 HraHnny. Frm** N. Smith, K. It apiHaring from Dm, all, gati.'nn of the

    ah,p Six 61.> Twenty ( Complainant! I .IU,w* ; 1| The said land at the data I. II..I.I. and Fannie I. lort..1 hi. wife. sworn bill of complaint In the abtiv ratise
    .. lo .. vs bnl .0..0 that the age and residence of II,,. ,defendant.
    con lain in it 217 more or I The South half of the Fast half of that of the issuance of In the name 1m th anil Hnttle Imlth hi. wife
    E. M. Calvin Wilson, al. .rtlo. K. n. Strickland J. M Jones. Fannie ft Jon ,
    Southwest of Northwest i.r.h I. Thorn .) !..... **
    p l.rd
    Special Mn.ter '0 ot.ndan. t I I the West h:1r. r Southwent quarter of "Noh- i iI I I of J. A. J.mln. t' law,.rltl. ..h.1 Word. \.d.1.1..i. I.r. John J. Mi_. Mrs A, IX Andrew. William U llogera. JBnl0 -

    J. C. rOPPELL. 4 A. S. CREWS. Rill t R.m.. n.od. Quiet TUI ..0 Other v.Ht: quarter, and the North half of the North- b on the 15th day of .. .11. *.-,. KllintH-th: El it*IK-th K. Hagaman William C. .Jones. .),sole Jones.
    SU.llr for Complainant. Rallef. I quarter of the fniithwent, citmrter, of See- .'h .b.u. Smith Fliraheth C. Smith, 1.1..1.( ( C. SmithHeury Mra Hallie Mage. Francis H Hoitgea. J.Kauffnian. .
    -- I Ord.r of Service by Publication, Node* To .Tntyix <26). Township Six ((8). South ute R Imih. 8. WhiU., H AblltlUn. Erwin Johns, if living,
    NOTICE I Known and Unknown Defendant. i I Rang Twenty-two (22t Fast.C 1 1I I I Witness m,official .I.n.tu. and eal thIs Hrown Alr. Brown hia l.n. H I and if ,tlratl then their heirs, grantee, .1.'.

    In Circuit Court Bradford County It appearing from the allegation of the Po appear t the bill of complaint filed In the 14th dy of January A. 192. Swinger. J.m. Ball. and Cynthia ItaII.wit. MM thetas. tt'gntee*, and assign, are all unknown

    In Chancery. pttorn bill complaint In the above cause, I unld cause, on or before the first 0.1.1 ,|I 0 ALDERMAN wit. Joseph Walton F C. "".ok.. Joseph and there I is no person In the State of Florida

    T. M. Harris and J. O. H.rr. that the "c residence or place, of business i trrh A. P. 1 26. oth.rl.. the .. .I Clerk' Circuit Court. Bradford 1 Cono. A J. Tulle and Sail. T Ilia his wife. I known li> complainant the service of a subpoena

    Cmpl.lo.n. of the Calvin Wilson Lucius Por of lid b'II will taken axainatyou 8K\L) Cuoty. Florida, J. P Hilton, M Jones, Andrew Aoon upon whom would bind the saId defendants
    v. ter ., P. Wilson and Catherine b a elo I l.l-G.2.1 B. C. IX C I O. B: GliMon: ; Mattle N. iliMin hi. wife: : anil that tt to believed by the complain

    Laura De Thompson et .1.) I Wilson hi. wi. Sarah I Overton. K.t It (a further ordered that this crib .pub W W, Glneon. Wai Wallace (lllwon. Simon ant that the named defendant, are interested

    Defendant Prier 1.,Lee. Atlantic .. 1.h.1 once a week for four consecutive NOTICEIn Johnson Catherine Holly David Taylor I' In this properly Involved In thla auit and
    Sail to Quiet Title and Rrmnvt I Company, a F. Strong, and S J. Bradford County Telegraph a w.hlyn"w'p.I' I Mitchell John T fthufton. John J. complainant allege, that h* doe not know and

    To the known and unknown I ternhrg, parnar doing buslnees under the '' of general circulation "ubllh.d In Circuit Court, Bradford County Florida.. K Fo.t.'r. Ella Mccoy Rdilla .,1..h.. 1.I by diligent search and Inquiry has not been
    . the above Btyled cause to-wit name of Steinberg and Company, ,f Starke. ltndfori! County.. Florida.W1TNKSS In Chancery. I W. Johnnon and Fllsabeth: Johnson isis wife ablv to certain whrthr any of the dvfond-

    Thompson L.ur D. Thompson and I I'vinir' or In ..xlatence>, are all unknown to theeomplainant. the Honorable Judge of the Hampton teach Development Company, I Richard, H. Turner. I. J Tucker Jacob H. allis whose rclienr| f Is alleged a* unknown,

    Jamna B. Thompson Angelina! Wvl.r. I and that there la no>..01 In the '"-hth Judicial' Circuit Court and the official a corporation 'iragtury; and Henrlett tfravory hi. wife, A. dtatl or shy, and It I is allegetl hy th* com-
    J. Burn Luther A. Pratt .tn> of known teal of the this aourt Complainant, I'luinsnl In his bill of
    sworn cumulalnt. thai
    Hannah Pratt hfa Mm, 4 J. service of Flor"a. t OPIII..t. th Ck o .w.1 v. K J..r. Alb.rt WICnm.y.r. Cho.l. A.
    nlf'I = .ub".n. .' a hi. signature, 26th day of I | A. M. he believe then are person Interest in the
    husband. E E. I the said HP f-. nr either of them and A. D. 1920.I W C. Temple. .. ., I Wmma A. naltl property Involved In this suit, whose
    M. Solomon. Cecil u.r. 1 ; ann nv lila wife, InaWlla CIarknn and Green
    W. "

    husband Ann* Pag ncira Wiloox i alive. and. named at it d.r.n"anl Is bll.vo are by> Interested complainant In the th.t'tho prop I I I Clerk of G Circuit W. ALDERMAN Court tlrad-,\ But to Qu.o!nt and Rvmova Cloud In JC IH.. CI..k.n.Richard F. a Miller Harrison J.m.M Miller.Mary W.R. name and tn complainant age and whose and restilnnc in said ar bill unknown relief

    unknown d.vlo. erly Involve thl suit and complainant al. (SEAL) ford County, Floridn. unkn.wn .I'nd.n. I lrwn. i* prayed against such known and on-
    or Cowart. R Wallaeo. James T Smith.
    grantee*, and all persona lives know A. S CREWS. the above tyled cause, tu-wit : Orn
    to have any right, title. intore or I march) and inquiry ha not ,been and h) diligent I,i i Solicitor for Complainant; l-2V-Rt-2-. S l"utch. J.o. M.urh..... PullH (*aH.n. Franc! M V, l.wn. F. J. Flel'l) K known person firm and corporation.
    .hl. to artairi **- C TIIRRFFOKE, It In ortlercd that all Irraunsnaml
    and to the following dmcrlbid lamlH. to whether Kiln: Faueher. Milo Faueher. Myra Faitrher.IVNr Inhb..Inhn B. I. ouisa ' any of the nail defendant,' In th.* order, Irl.ving. and If dead, all
    at : of John Faucher.uirasrth. Annie P
    South half raucher. at law Annie P.
    Lot I and U and *. age, rmitlence I'.k. 1. Clak.
    11 of Block 11. of LivinKKttm. ," alleged to or place of buntneoa <: NOTICE I I Nellie E. Bum.t. Ethel M. M.h.n.. J. Moore, K W. Lili", I.. M. Mt- persona claiming any In to rent hy. under or
    as unknown diad '
    Company Addition 'to the Town of (iolrnee or alive or In vxI iHtibellH Groom. S. It.o.. Stephen J. Jima | tlo Jcrro M. and f.. *. CH; 'rhanl his t thniiiKh th* said defendant, afortwalil, tie-
    Hnrldrt which lots front 7d feel on I In the or not. and (t I I. allevdI In thy Circuit Court Eighth Judicial 11.. and, wife M..y A. 1..0. W. V\atem. MiiryC wif.. Robert G..h.1. .Ptrkman Foully r'issi'si or tit hi'rw In* and that all person

    and Church Strovt I I I lie sworn hi of complaint that cult County rloritln In l'hao.v. j :. John. Mary C. Mary C A. Brownand ; Plckman. Wilhetm. lrnn.\ and Chrlln! hottiMoovcr, whiat name, aue and resldi'nr*

    Greeting! bl..v. there .r. persons. firms and corI ', W. E I huwband, Sebron lrwn. each if alive, i S Tawnentl Thomaa Hopkina. tar,. all'gi'I to I bo unk nown lo complainant
    \ I tern*ted In the said property In. Complainant, 1 1v .dcviee. I.kmnn. F. ; nd all whose I he allogtd known
    You and each of you are hereby totted In thin ".I if iliad. their heir : Hnttle A. Iii. wife. ta'rsoa name a*
    to be and appear before. the Judge of I or place of au whose name Hire residence *. I Ir, or grant'es. O. W. Clayton and OrO : John I'worh.. Ament I whim, rcslilonca i I. bt'yund tbe Stat of Florltla,
    Jud. cUl hl.ln.o i* unknown to mm pin in. "lor Ma Railmml Company a rt MPefnndant W. Clayton of Fort Alabama, nnda.I l.r.n I that may be or an iuti'rested In that certain
    of the 8th .rp..ton. J. Newton "
    EHra ,
    Court Cirul ant..and in nnid bill relief Is nraved Ioyn. .. PadKttt. Mm R. F. "" -
    .ul airamnt I larlira' having or to have anyno.1,1 l i.C.c. or parcel nf property lying and being
    for W It
    ( and Co.nt mlnl vttt Aaron Jtesitter
    and W HI
    first II day of March. A. D. 19J6. lou.n known unknown defendant, pernona, Hill to Quiet Title till, ., interest or In and to tb I iVr'lnw.' Jork..n. In Hrndford county, state of lorldn. dearrlbtil -
    the and
    corporations. Joseph IVaraon S. F nnlfner.! N.
    by tho of ..0m"I.lntt..1 I
    In the town of Starke 1 1 o.p..ln. sworn hil'lnl 0..1. land, Itdo..1 C..I') I'. OH follow. tlKWlt :
    court house 'I'HFIW"I ,it I I. ordered thnt all tho stated 0", which cause 1".n. W. W Moon Jack William.. '
    a aworn bill of complaint p..oo. ahnv. 1".110. .. I.( J. W. .1. I'ho Sttuthwiwt <,iunrtor nf South*'ant qua,
    Lo annwer II.
    in this cloud MarI -
    tho above named court If n.m. 0.10 on. to remove from title) ami tn qii t V\t againnt you in Ivln. nr existence diml, or not tho title of the complainant t th* land that the Sout hwest quart, i'r nnd hue W etit of n. F. Strong O. W. LivlnirMnn. Kmeuno L.
    J. O. Harri I Ior hat i .i2u 'titwiiHhiu Six (hilt South Hun rvntyiv.
    f it
    N. and in .
    ..mpl.' T. title to the 1 hen hi.. her their nr its on.1.00tt ,. tef>rihnt. .| in *b. nld bill I nf c.mnlolnt. t tthnt t I h.. Sutithutwt quarter, nf Section 2 I. ,, .1.11' Ihln.otnn. W. W. Tumbtln ami I.. I P. Wall. 12.!) Fant
    move cloud and quiet heir, devlsocs. lnrntouth <.. granteen. the of County, Morbln. 'J mid n fnictti ncrwi In the Northeast ciunrterof in existence, ..all uoko.wn tncomplainnnl. >
    .. Oi' Ih'rUf 1..oo.d l>o to tho nnlil Mil of complaint
    scrlbed land 0. ..on,1 aenign.. .n\ ( had .' ,, In Chnnr I of thi Soul heantquarter and that there .. In npptar on
    County Tilt-graph a .n,1 t .I "o..n. ma" .tl.n .t "nm.n. the N.r'IRt quarter : 01 :; : Iron lwrsun: : '>f i'frn, tbo, I'irttt tiny of l ibruuiy, A. D ,
    Th ,
    havIng tbo State I'lorftln,
    lrdr.r co..lon. olalmlol any "'rv duly In nnitt' CIIIIHO. that the .r J:". 1 in lowmhlp Sout liItttnue known cnmplnlimnt.tho .
    of 1..0 .10 "OI'"u .
    ', ,
    .I I 1u20. tint
    in the town l antI in i sire id'fine and nit
    00" t" three iii'wtaI's''r
    n.wop., I.ubl.h. nl". lul. 1.0" "ummtin .. I in ,unexcciiteil and ci, 21 I Kawt. the el rbt nnil n fruitionticnvi I '.lee of a aubpitrna' upon whom wouhl ,
    Florida. Is hereby l.'ioiz' 1 clnirn Intinnt wlili')b and tacitf
    B..dror which ha, to', .od lying In Bradford "olnty. Stnto .t not bt. sen nl o".n Morbln ItiiilronH r"m.oov. I IM.lo.h., rul"w.. '.wit' On b'nd the *.ilefendnnta... nr ,'ltltrr of them ,, or you
    in Ia k has,' tn the slain deiirrlhcd lantl ,
    the newspaper anti you fitlY *
    ; Own rtoriiln Railroad north nnd ami that It I I.
    : : a rtiriHirntlon. Tho Company. tfin :". eliiin line believed by complainant, I nnt
    ball tio .puhI'nhI for four cnn.'lv.A. /. S..rh. half of the Northwest"qtVa'i'l.Vitf, n rornnrailon, the Fltirltln: Land irrntir i, .. ,iitli, .n thn North by |(IIIIH owned by Mttrv | the nnrmd ,femlanl,* are Intendteil In the nr tbo en d b.M ulll lie taken an cotiftwsidJiMftlnHt

    WITNESS! The 1nn.rnbl. rth.aet nun Her of Section T.lvol(1.3)) >n Company n rnrpnrntlnn.: I ndomli: I II Ailam, Pick nnd thu public road, nnd on ( t property thin mitt nnil, complnlnatitatletreii you
    A. V. Lontf. Judl. court(1. W In Township Eight (I"u'h Rnl. .;. I 1..0 nn,l Imml."I.n ., .. South, 1, little Santa t. I.nko.Greellnoi that he uli'u not know antl bv dilinenlNI I It in furt In'r uriu'rrl (but, I Ibln ordi'r b* pub.linliid .
    Clerk. and th. of thin iwo f2S : named In < I It 'arch unco a wit k fur four, IOIIHI cullve week,
    FnHt and'
    four Inquiry ban, been
    U. .t..o.I.nto I not nidi' to aci *
    of acrts .10
    26th moro .
    of l'a.k.' Florida this day I". l lien "ot"lnlol ) I 'u' nf Complaint owing to the failure of \'.,i ittid, <.nch of )ou an' hi.r, rtiinr",
    A. (l. W. I I to HPiutir" lo the of complaint' filed,. in i ''i'd etirpnrntifinH ..l'. rt officer* or anuolnttt I, to 1M ami 11'1"0""r IM.f.r1 t tbi I .1 ludire uf I the I t'I r.e.iI u I h,,*.. age, rcnIilt'nee nr ..I.r.. of bulnefl I I. u'a vial,, r n f (;Jem'rnl rirouhil itm publlnbtilIn
    AIH nitl h'l .(. ami' owing the failure of antI, rnr- Court nf the I litbth Jiitliclnl ('I..u' .fFliniii. allvirit) .. unknown. I I. ,lal In Nfarki County. I I' loritlaVitiit..n .
    (SEAt) cauje. on i>r bt..o th. Flint Monday, In Mon- or .lv. or S Ire I llnaniiible Jmlite, ,,f tbo, ftaldC
    '..n. to hn\t* within 'the State, of Mordai I In nnd for Bradford County on .
    n .:. KNIGHT. Stark*. }'I.. March. A. D., ,' the alleirat' .1.0'1 or n\.t. and I I I. hl.' thoworn I' coil Uie, ofrirlnl mal nf tbo
    rtuil ourt Clerkof
    112f. on* I i 'flr'r or o-t-nt uiMin whom p..r.. cant dav, tbo fir t ,In>' "f Vnicb' A. M H''O' uttbi nf complaint, that heMe\e that
    Solicitor for Complainant. of rh, call hi wil bo taken n* confessednimlnt I I. *",'1\,0, .n,1 It 01..10. that prncent cannot I ctMirl boiiie, in 111' Town of St arkl"luur.. I tbi n' .1.11,permmn firms ansi I inHltil hula ourt *n well a* hi* ntwnulurt Ibis

    NOTI'K you. ...1 upon, ,unM rnrpt>rntlonn for tho i i'ntture Idii ,t.. iinnut ,. a .." hit of complaint i-x- t. ',< In the nnid prnpirlv' corporation liuolved' In thin I the I, .tilth, ilny of December, A. D. I II 1125.

    Ktuhth Judicinl I It fiirthtr, ordered that thin ort'r bo not,. ..r *nil| corporations to eb-el officer ir *, I lid a"ninxt you in the nhovo nnmi d courtby null whose Cam. age r'nil'nr' of 4. W M.HI'.KMN
    C rcult Court 'I, .tnl'ot fluent nml > to the nld thi complainant. llnitipl, Hi itch Ptmlnpinlit > nr Clint. Circuit Court; llradSmli -
    I Horidn., In .. h.\ iinee a ..k for four conxeoillive, wee's, i wn r"I".t t n It'tHlniR 1 I. rntnptniniinl, and in until,
    ". H"ro County. ,,10 the Brmtforil County Telegraph a weeklynounniiper ".nriition,, to hnvo wlhl. thn St.tnlc' of t"lor"Ia, a rorporndon I tt> nitv. \ bill relief I I.unkn"wl nrnvid .auuiimt unch, known andunknown t font ( oiiniy. rlorida
    Wo.ohrl.I" officer .d, the abodiscribe l \. S. (Hl'WH
    of ". hod nn o It'.n who pnirenit ran uo. |'' t title I to deft mlnni
    Com.lalnaot .n..1 .Ir.h.tlon. .* I. nirvul. antho tht re fa In tin i|I InnilHlie. *4nlit I Itnr for I'oiiiplnlniMifNOIU, I I1.ft.I'2)1)
    v. tin St a rio" 1..1 r.untv Florida Sllite nf ,. *(.r%'Ico O nf. .on fttthpcnnniiM : Bradford County, 'r..lw.n.h., wiitly I I TII't 'I'11' I In nrtli'red Ilint nil prrwnn

    George W. Colo et. .1., I WITNK: the"bl. Juilgff) of the .n who woultl' bind nnld c,,rpnrntli. "na.: and '\ti'npor" publinheil In I lie Town of. 141 ark, .* |I al,1 ,, hun. mimed In I Ibis order, 'KIn

    Dffvndimlii.Hill i I P-bill I .I ludlrfnl, Cl Irlit ".ii. find the officio I t also o"r..ln. from tht> M"'.rn hil .' enm"Inint I .''..0..1 County. Morliln. ia binhy ,l'slgniui.lO'u | |I i if I Xing or In t.\liiiiten. nr If or nut In

    to Itrmove Cloud rte. Meal "h' .the Clerk of thin Court a* w1 ni In the nhovo I."' thn n sMenrestho .. "... In u birh 'h'o not I ice .h.1 i.Mtenro. Ihm to bis, bt'r, tbilror ltd unknown I ',uuurthtrolforI I I'lorblaIn .
    Circuit ( Coiinly,
    It apix, 'arinte from the .lr"aton.. h. -ui/nnturo, thin tbe, JMh duy of .I.olnr. A. .r I ilt>fentltinfs, tin,rein named tn.wit ,. ,inhlfnhid, for four Conficvutlve w'ks. I h, In*. tli., imtft. b'unit" .i.*>. grnnl".f*. Hurretuionior I bnneery,

    worn bill filed In the .bov.of lhi ., p lltafl.) Ftorldn, Riiilrrnd r.m"anv. n .orni,riiHotj.Tb It .I l'NJ'iiit: Tbo 1"0.10 A. 7. Adhln an.l I tinHlitnt, timl to ni rnorin., firm ami coriMiriiiiimti S C t'rewat
    that 'Ihn rrHldmcia nnd ntft'n Railroad lyinir (i. W. Altlirmaii. ,
    G. gmiplsifl'I, n W. ALPERMAV ( flnriiln Company a .r".r".lon. Illln. clnintlng" intinst I : 'ointiliiinnntWilliam ,
    t.wl: George W. Colt 1.11, H'ntliKj *nm<. T Soiiter and lohn M"'n.' n*< tru 1, rk timl, the "nt of thin court In the City anti is ilnfli. rental piertn. pnrci all or liis ,,
    II Smindvrn. Wil l.un'.. I Clerk' of Clrcu, .t Court f"" 'I 11. Morittn PH, "ir.rtnl Cnmpnnv. n eorpniaon r st.,"' Il.-ii.ln, tbf! .'-.'n,1 liny "f .I'"I'Y.' In,ndi: "I lying: ,,ol bt: Intr In I Itrmlftinl ,::,"I'i ye
    \V ford ( .lobn al.Di
    tl'n Suundt-r 1,1. vnn I. i ..11' 1"lo.ld. .IIm.'o 'r .i.'i r nnd' lohn, Mdtue, nn l P 1021. |i Siiitt, t>f Mor'ila, known find r"I.1w. l tl .
    He Sminilt, ..n.1"1.1\ S.Vynno 1 -. N. Mn-v .'no O. W Al.DMIN I.r.h.1 I f'nutsiutaSuIt
    :forWt"mMt 'r'rt :
    nritV t''w..1 .
    Imnd John C. W.h. Mury O ( II :' I : ; '.in.nt. l2fl.fit2.2nI ) ia 1'1.) mon hi-" ,1Irl.. W The : 1 lo fulii Illle and If i'mnve Klemrhmi.It. Carolina. .It Io.t !1'\ I 'It I SmitliinMr uunrtrr,, nf Southwest, id ft nibiniri,
    wl. John --- rtln' I nni' lmmturt' i.n I: Starko. Pin CI..k'l qiiar- I' tin* known antl iiniiiMiwn inIn
    bin w,(". Frank W I NOTICb ". rr.nnilton In,1 Pint-Mil"" nil 1mm..I trm'tnnr n rtnlicltor I Nlnl'r." ,, t |-"t.nt-' I'r of H..t.n lourhtii 'HI I I 'be North hnl i ( I iibttve nlylett ruust, lwil : Williinii JobliU

    Thuxton.. Kate ihrrifi-r formerly I -- .,*"> nn" a r.'<>tioi-arinn: Snmu I TucUt. .r ** vTtic1 I I. .m"lalol ,, tif Nortb"a.t tpuirlt r ami N'nt'>.'n>'I ,,,,. '1 A ItbniliB, hiifiitl Lynn if alive nml if
    Younir. WIlliam M.
    C. Thnckfton Sarah Jane SmtniU-nt | <>nl County. I"lor it)a. In Chancery '..I. ..1 ".II. K Miihn, fnrTnt-rtv NOTK F: :: Northwmt: ; fpuirter: and Hnuthue I: I ipnirit' i iuf 1 ',.IN nr ifiiiulicM, ,und, to all pi, rut i tin having <>r
    Drew. J. W. Cltmton. A. B. .. ( Prcd K Stump. I. I. t' Harriot' l n. ,. L, n"'I'j I N'irttii, ant quarter. Sec I Inn Twi..,.'I ,bn: :.1 iiiuinu nny n1ir, ut In I lie |IIIIH hereinafter
    i F 1,1 In Circuit, Court < .u.ty. .1.rll. i 12aI'n I tl, .
    A Nirtbinnt ,
    name nf Olinnon T..nll. Complainant.v H B. Hawk on,1 l S. M HUM"< nn 1..0.. '11"'r of I, l'nu't'iiul,
    'I In. 1 In Chancery ,
    Kichnrd., 7n"A. Itiehar.I hi. wlfi ant uiirli'r, Heettnn Tvvinty-Inur, liMi f.rrrllitiist
    T c. Tha chut on. ranni P. Thompson nro all unknown nnd, flint .h."I'h lit* A. Ma rent to, n ( I ini t 'In Fast N"'I her
    ThHcknlon. Kiillroml Company, a Corponitinntt Tt ncrr .1,1. of lot 'rt.' You, antt tncli of you an* *'by rcqulrtilM
    ton ha wif... M. N. H Inn ton. M. .. t' n. perxon In tho !'nt.. of Plor'ii(" the service "'"'I.lolo.ot. .,ti (be Foot: .llo' of NorthraHt ql.rt.r.r, Northivcil I,, > anil npiitar befnre tbe, Jutlgt' of the

    hi. wife. Unit Pukm. K K.. L r nf n .uh..n u>.. whom woubl hlno) aid Va. qunrtir 81.e Linn Twt'nty-flvo ) all i i limit ('ourt. uf the I, iMHblti Juiliclitl Circuit.

    huebnniJohn irait* n'n..','. Orirr .
    t1nknwn and thnt there fn no ,'ln Known and nknown I..r..od.nt. tfanve Twt'nlv.ino I hat the mild tutf"'tl I "femtuntH, ('I"udTo 1
    Stiilv of rlorlda the Mervico of It ntiui anne from the o\.I.n.\' of the Suit To C"It 11'0' and n.m. I I Also tlie West h.1 nf Northeast quarter.the thtt court bou,e in suld county. In the town
    whom would bind old di-frndariu and \tn tho above cause, .hro. renlili nces amf ages are 01' nown the known unknown 1)1) fmtlnnl Houlbnant, ,,
    ",' .n of ct m.I.lnt of North went quarter. ,if> Stnrke, I I' liimla, ID answer a sworn bill uf
    Complainant that hi of the nbove | | tti w it : fit W.
    bv the 'ntereKttl In the "tyet cnum
    la believed that .h. ., plnce of business complainant, are nropertytnxohnt I and the Southwest' uuuinrtvr of Section Seven complaint exhibit i''I In mibl couit I In abuv
    named who.. regduflcee The Rallmntl, Con' In ) ) and lust ,i.s, Cole. Mnry C; IU.h.I. I Y"o". .
    d.r.nd.ot. I t I"'' i (..r..nIt. t".rld. tub I (.mnh.1..0' ..1..n.I ,iltnd their i /7') Tim Southeast quarter' nf N.rth..t wlyltd caiiHti by tbt coinplninnrit, H C (C'ruw
    no" a. I if
    in are th unknown. property'B Inv.lvv,1 Comi"In thin soil suIt.has !I The''nny Florida a T oI1; :";"' Ftlwnrd Immtratin: N Dickernon.Company: not known whether and any has nf nut Htiid bet known.n able dt to femlantsnro ascertain unknown. each h.irn.",. legatee1 or uri.ihe'a.sni I'I, ',"I..t'r. nf Southeast Th'rton quarter, ( lit : T. SnuthwiNlmrfcr Eighteen tu''UHpapt I'be. Itniilfurd'r publiiibt ounty In tho'11'legrnph town, ,of a Starke weekly,

    (.ble'.m"laloant I" ... ,len not whether know any of a cornomtinn. 1t.I.r M. Imllh. Monroe Austin Hmlh.W.t dead' or nlivo any nil right"o'tl.title, h.vlo.I".t n. " .may.t".eli in tn t"l ( I IN) ; The Went hnlf of the SntHheaxI,. quarter, Iii utuh furi County, Horida. I,* bt'rt by ihslgnutedIM
    .rln I.avt'rn Ito..I. tho
    I S"thw..t
    di-nd or alIve : I..v..r ,'red that anti known original quarter, nnd the N.rh..1 I ht nt'wnimpir in wh ch tbla notice sliallhi
    known are I her Wm. A. Baldwin. Sumner Th..rto. It is to Lots I am) 1 nf Block 22. aw per ; .
    d.t.nenn. .. hl.hnnd. ,IO.t.. nf ,quartt. "' Ntn *. I publinhetl fur four countClltiv week .
    In > *
    in \ Nnrhw..t
    complainant Phelps. (if town of '
    Ira th'sorl'r. .I.o
    It in "love ) Baldwin. Ilellen S. T.n.o. d..t'' who uro heretofore named) In "'o. or plat .I th. H'.rk. 1..0.rouo'v. Iwn (19) .
    N'hw..t quarter Tin land* ilirribet| In .stl| bill of complaint
    are In
    bill .hrr a pi-rnon nr 1 liv in existence are unknown to the d.'a.l.l all parties ..Inlm.Ilnl loHiln a* at'p'arn nf .r,1 N.rh.
    nir al If If nt ,less
    termtiM) In the property involved 'n ) I I 'nmr>1ninnnt. nnd 'ho Is no person in l.n. ad. In-ill Hunk "N". page 761. of the public records Section iiiiHr. acre* on the West .11. I lie title In which anbl complainant seek*
    hone name or names and atre or I rut State of .' known to complainant. j Intt.rett* the anltl known and n"m.0 of 1..1 Count MnritlaGreeting Tvinty'Slx (126) ; <>
    whose nwtdvnccii an unknown tn .. : **>. service of a subnoona upon whom would .I defemlnntM. nfnrt.*>ii
    Therefore it In orI.'rod! thnl the nal'l I b'nd. the ..1,. d.f..n"nn. or either of thrrn. ', ani that all pemon whom-ioovtr that mn. I." You nnd inch nf you .ro hereby required, .r Sictinn Twt'nty Seven ((271 Tbe Houlb half nf Southwest, quarter of Houthvt -

    .li.fvnt Southiant; quart:r. ant .;:" -,it quarter of Hicilon, 1. and the Northwestijuartcr
    If living anil If dead, all .rl. I thp nnmid ffntlantn' .r In..t. In the tills' suit. tltHcrllied follows 1.ln. and In, .Ing it-nit Court nf the Hth Judicial Circuit of ".. .tot In Nnrlhiat' corner ami no.II of Northwtnt iii,cur of Section I 12 ;

    .rrr. unilrr the nmd, known ) -nprrty In this suit .n. complainant in Bradford County..Florida "iftrMn' In and for Bradford County, on Mon- I i I ) acre lot on W.C s'llo, of Foot: half of till in TowiiHhip f) Smilb. Itange 20 Kant, and

    di'femtnnta.. aforesaId, deceased or -''... ." h..| not know, by diligent Tho South halt of Iowl .-. f.f 'nv the Int tiny of March. A r>. l\)2fi\ at thocmirt Soul hesHt quit rt or R.u.h."ol. qua. r of I lying' antl being tn Ii rail furl County, I"litrtitu.Wl .

    soil that all pt.rMonn whomsoever I rareh and Iou ry hon not been able to ancertain I Northwest quarter of flwllnn lit.. 7tiwnhlpHfiuth ii. ho. in the town nf N..rk. Florida N"rlu..t. R..I.n Pwenty-i-iirht. fH 1NKMS rht Hfinornbltr A. /. Adkln
    the ialt ate,, (I. W, Clerk antl the
    are alleged to be and are whether any of .r.n.n. to twnrn hill nf shihitedTI Jit-Ige) an Alderman. ,
    or name* Rnngf, 22 Eant. twenty acres annwer a W..t .t quarter. I-**
    to complainant that may be or are 1 "s. aye, resftlonce or place of bunlnosa lisa be and '.ootalnlnl are required afnnt you In the itbovo o.m'd court by tile Five acres In Nnrt hrant.corner. Nurt, h- ntal of thIs court In tbe. City of Hlarke, r lorulii. -
    In the property involved In this alltged n* unknown. Is dead or alive, or In,.,- I mtm ) h.roly .complainant.. J.hln. A. M..I. t.. romo west quarter,, nf floiilhwt' ',"n.' .00, Stctlon Ih e liltih) ihiy of II'es'nl'r. A. D. I 921.I. .
    arrlbed a* follown 1.ln. and b.inl Intenro or not. and it Is allt getl i tn appear tot the bill of complaint' f led In said \... cloud antl tu quiit t tlo .. th. nbova 'II'. Twenty-nine (2ft < W, ALOKItMAN

    County of Bradford State in the sworn hill nf enmnlalr' that I '.U.". on or before Monday, the lat day of crtbed. Iambi The N rlh' half nf MVirtheant the ,IMP AM Clwrk.D .

    '.ol.v. that (h.r are .. .. firm and. March. A. I). 1't2A otherwise the nlligiitlona, TI" Bradford County "'.urnph, H weekly" Fast tt Northwest "I"'r.the South K KNK.Iir, Sturkf, Hi..Sillrllor ..

    witAll of Block 21 in the Original .. *. 'nt." ted in oaio propt rtyoli said hill be taken an ctinfefsod newnt aner publlnhetl I in the town of Mlnrke.' half hl .thwest ql"'r.of .' for tomplilinaiit llftttjttlNOTICfC I
    wil .r .
    ., .. thla. cuU whose ace renlor I.t : r Qonrr. ROlth.'n.t qar.I..r
    Stark.. FIrlln : th'ro b.lnl ril In is unknown in"fmnlalnnnt I I I. ordered that thus, .nl. r bo 11. ailfnrd Cmintv, Mnritlii IH h'r't.y dii, nntf the Fait half .f ... of
    nffIeC .r Clerk of Circuit i -'f place of bWln. ,,.bl.hvo once a work for four cnniecutivo IM th nownt.aptr' in whlrh thin n.\.. .h.1 Morlhpat r. tho Nurthiaot" 11.0' of TO DKIITOIM ANti CIlKDITOMHNotlc
    'lorlla. In ) and in ..' bill rel of in QI..h ql..r
    ( 'rt.'wrat.h.
    County. the .
    I' 0 p.v. ounly anewspaper Conneeiltixo *,
    "Mo..1 P'1'\ I 1..0. I bo hubllnhetl for fmir QtiitthraHt oiinrlor. Ft '
    the .. eh known ami lens ,ur In Southwest
    tinut i .r..o
    roan .nkn.wn o.r.n.nh. Bradford Cuunty., rlor- ,. isn't
    I."e a .h.wln. In II,. firm and corpnrntions UII'NKSM thit 1".ru"I A'n. ..n"r and, Three acn North nf road IM benby pit, a that all creditor.
    h *>
    ary or Starke. Flori.lq .1 n. it IH ordered that person ila.Orhnrt'i \ V Long. .lu n"ar.r or S.hw fti.'ge qt.arter 22 !. Tu.nFI.OIF: named in .1. onb, ,if t the 21th day of J.nlary. A. I> 1UHI I.'l'l.. and tbo nifiil. *.f tbi "ur in fh,. city, niitheniit, 11..t.r., lol'h. ., ql.rt.((10)) The clnlm against the K tate of .3. II. Itho'ten.'lirensetl .
    I ,
    It. South. F. corporations A /. AEIKINS.JthIgi'. .
    Ti" they h.'rs'ly are .q'lr.1 { tlrm;living or in existence or if ,dead or not inixlntturo. f Siarki Florltln this 1'Jth. .. nf January. ",.thw..t quarter nf Northennt quarter and sri hi'e.'ly required to prtsent their

    n.. .nl "t .rn.hln' fil" I then his, her their or It. unknown \. I). IV24!! ..hrwnt quarter, nf North went quarter. See. clHim, duly autht, 'nticuted to the llonnrabl
    I .
    the hill 1M.: JOHNS .
    I'ar to ( W Al.Mr:KM \VHP '
    lion Ge, A, f.nrd ( Judifi'. of IfradfordTnunty
    fftl > ner t>unty
    the lot Joy of I ikviitee I..t. grantees. I :
    heirs .u..o.
    Solicitor for Complainant I JU Gt-J-JI l
    .n o. bro.aI"nd.. ''. allen' in I' and auslgns anil all (terMon* firms and eorirntitjns -, \I.' CI..k.J The !iut h half nf4nuth. nunrtt and ftorfila, within one year. Or this

    A.hull D.will bo taken .. ..nro'd bv I '> having'o claiming any lnt.rtt :.n I F: KVIfMir' ; l'ark. rlntol Vnrt hw. rpinrter, nf Rout'ht-att .isarti'r. 8.'c- nirlice will bo hrld In bat lhen>to And all
    f..nlnnt. ind to those. certain pieces! ru lots nf .land' MASTERS SUENotIce ( ) rl.r for ( .. !.2'.2.) -1 t on Tw.'nlv.flv* (2BI. : IH'rsona inI'hleI to ald Kulale aro required

    P i further r4l that 1hii' or-lor 'ving anil being fn Kratirnr.i county ''.n. or --- --- -- Tbo' N"rt beaut quarter nf oulhw.t quar* Ut pay their said dehtn tu the umli'ri gned admin

    llxhrtl'iui'onop e."oo.,eeek for fur .. \ ritla.. known and described .tolow I. hereby thnt under and | NOTICE OF FIVIL mril \IUF *, r the **,"''h half' nf aiilhwent! quarter, no.1 l mtrntor forthwith
    of ,, .. .. ttf .Iv.n 17th day of Tereo.he. l'ltttH.
    County T-i t trcwnpmiter b West half nf Thi the
    Bradford i Southeast quarter.' Section
    ela, In the .or..r virtue nf itteree I. !."th..1
    w that of !
    pub h.' in II rn.i. rorl rthemtt quarter Northwest quarter Al*', made and f..1 forerloj j' Sl
    11...I"a' le bv nning at tho Southeast corner of Northant by ore Honorable A..'nd'r.1 7.. Adfcln on January one of thn Judtceanf nf March A P III pre.ent I.. the1 'Pownihin Slftl" ..I.South. .o.."..un.. T. "..-...-...".*.. AilmmbitratorNOTK
    T of Northwest quarter run County' ; :
    \ ,
    the 26th dny of Janunry. quarter .n.1 il.nnrahhi'| f.:"' .ri/*' A Ci" Mner a <22't.
    ''b. r;. w tMiF "-'.at on quarter,, section line 775 feet to the Clrru Court In and for B.oo.r .5,mi| of Brn'tford Counlv rittritlii. our vouchr '. Pant nol the N'-r'hrn-t quarterof 'KIn
    of County, rlor'dn' In Chancery In that hlJ.
    ..n.ot quarter .. .
    Clerk of Circuit puthejtt H.uth.t .r.'n and final necntmtn n* ceuii and .o..u. Vnrthwent q.o.., r of S.-rdon Two (21' ;
    i''l of Northeast <|HHit* r 'if I[ cause wherein I"'nl A. WIlson and of Mary Circuit C.uortltraIf'sri County. Stale nf
    quarter nt
    SE\L) Hy South went I I .riv of the In, t will ami 1 l4tnm Tho Iniithinnr rnmrter and the Routhenntimrfer
    iputy i I irthw,nt quarter thence North 411 feet. Macon Jr. a* co-pqrtnir trading under fnpkinn di-ceaned, fate of ItrP'Ifonl cnunly of Vnrtbwcit quarter and tho Qnuth- Muriila'I"h .

    H. M JOllN.Solicitor ?. \. 'thenCe point Fad of beginning 776 feet ;thence Also a H.u'h strip 41 of Ian.firto cnmptnlnant firm name of. WI."o..n' Ctmpany." and, MarcyC are .n.1| exooiitrlvTh I ... tm "dlficbnrui, a* nuch exieutorml went Three q'uart'r Ct) of. Norl brant .t'inrt' "',. faction I a,' corporationI'laiM'ff National lU'.k. of larnburtc.
    for .
    Complainant ;
    witlo off the South Jacktton hi. wife and C. C. Godwin executor
    ?-0| ofun acre <00 n 1'Ufl '
    f Titmnrv The
    Faxt half of
    of Hth day 1 Southwest quarter offtnthweMt
    of Southwest of the Will of W. F. decesu'.lani
    NOTICE 'trthnnsit qu..r qu.r.r Ood.ln. .iotiv I vaK
    all l.m.fWKIT qunrtf and the Feat half of Northent
    of Northwest Annie Lou Godwin widow, of W. F. Godwin -
    NorUwiwt quarter, ql..r. : I.lvlNGMTIMEvecut'r F:. Ifmeklt, .
    quarter of Southwent Section
    Eighth : being In Section Twenty-Seven ((27)). TcwnahipS.v.lIt' deceased are ...drnd.o.*, the und"I"n.o of the ) will quarter, lufendant.
    In the Circuit' COlr. In '. South Range Twenty-two ((22)) East, Speclnl I Mailers, offer t.r .0.1 E""ut" 1.0 Four M> : Civil Acton.Ituiroauee .
    wil nf
    ( r 1",1. In. testament Tho I..t: half nf
    .cuit. .d.1 I via 11 12 ..r. mnr or less.PII I 1.0 sell for caMh to blithest soil ana M"r deceairdNOTIfK Rnuthwent anartop nfMiithwetit $50,004 Its
    rrtxl F. Sturm ni. tint bill' complaint filed In 1 h. 1 ..ttt-t.8 quarter, The Went half of Snuthit .
    Complainant nptnr tn .r den In front of the court houu door In 'Ti R K llmrkle and all other lot* nr.t.uI per-
    or before thi day ofMarch < .> oiiarter aid cause I Bradford County. Florida on the lt ,
    : M"nda I
    *. 'nonl 1')24. .,tht'rwii hI'I, ., 0 FINil., '"f a branch nr run *<>n*
    nl A day of rebruaryy. A. P. 1026. during the 1..1 1"1 1rF- .nt.lnln. .r. wIll tvkt notice
    et You and rnch of ytiu plrnne
    R It. Itl.kl.o,1 tali! bill will taken as m" nr hess. The Kant: ..t quarter .
    n" of tho b (I II. hrur of *ale. for the purpose of eat .r"o.] 1'"th I I i hni a niiit, by attachmt ban hi en Innttuted
    axamnt, you ... after ,hl' n r,,. 'h. "inl .f Rntithwetit quarter am) half of J[
    Bill t<* Remove Cloud. ete.Itappenrlnir that this order be laid Final lJ'.rr. the following di ..1 Sixty Java .I In the Circuit Court uf II rail, fan! Count
    to Soiithvvi-fft fiunrter of Sontheait 'lena
    It further 0.1..1 U. l' 2fl I t.r.t.'nt qiiartvr.
    and and March.
    from the one estat.t p".on.1 p"p.r". lying b.lnl lay of < f rlorltla lut. 'hf Nut uSual Hank of
    .1."t itht once a w..k for four consecutive Cardinpr County *'nt ttort nn Ninth of Branch running Fast< tnto f>
    the publ in t10rld" 'b, Honorable George A. n ".fl and auainutf
    pwnrn bill filed of the : weeks ,in the IrM.r County .r.l.raoh. a I 1"nr.ounty.. fiet \wlt 1 I. ,In. vo of Br*'''nrd Cntv. ...rl.!. mv anil, Wont through nld 'land. enntalnmuThirty l''t.'rairieue.,. a coriwtratlnn, plan fnliotf-
    that the resiliences .r'nd.n. hundrd Ulo 1 f K: IIinckb>. an |hs.lrnulsot. soul tn*
    weekly .I. cl'"I.u.n'.bI aiilfi of Florida final aceiiin'" <>4 'mlnl..h"' acn mnn or ,less in Hectlon Five (ISI .
    Font Lawtey. oo and
    : voucher
    I. M Jones. .f inhl t. mtMnt tvinn
    R. II. Htricklnnd T.m. Hrmlford bund" ... log sl'ac ribt d lamln < it*
    C. J. ,. t qtark, : South' by land of Louis If the of the itttnto of f Il.,' t I I'. ton The Nov h h.1 of Southeast quarter, ofVorthr I tt.bjtn .
    Mnn--ll ; P *
    ut l sir
    II. Dniley W. I H the Honorabl Judge of 11. 01 and heinic in 'uid Hrn'l'i r t *ti'5
    : and aaked >*.t ",' \ "'nt quarter, nfVorthcoMt
    hi. Avenue nf Bradford eounty .n.l' "
    Thiirrfti ami A L. Thlgpen VrToF, Circuit an.l the I, North and Fast by Kina-itey .iliceane| late htin attacbt-il unit* r ant l bf i-tut uf that
    M. Jones. F. B Jones w',ilow. ... of the Clerk Cour this Court, a' I Ivfll ,I and on the Went by 'land of E J pinklna ac- .. h d,}>r> artrd ** such ..Imin.t", .. qunrter' and the fast: half of Nlr.h'l rtum writ of attachment issued in ssrd tout
    Cal f i I'"H 'v pt of Northrant .. .
    L. M Johns Cnrnellte the 25th day of to a plat of the Eat aide nf I.a.. This day of Jao"arv quarter aii'l tjf *rM
    Jon's. : .hrlr : his .igrau'inthis .0rlnl 2200 J. South half of North half of Northweat nf and un : R Jones In Page 39 of Bonk I. W. q.
    J. M J,," ranney A. P. I .0.1.,0 Pub EIIFI"O" i't'rk of anld C-ourt. hitI
    .lone J. C. Wflber A W J.nuo. 1926.G w. ALDERMANClerk .. County ..10 .\, .trf'.r tic and Fant half of Northtat: of.Southwet ,.( Motion Nne.
    Rogt" I II. . .... I I' ..,1 quart r and I North of I Vrrh anr iM.arter
    "ife. William C. Jont-n. Wm of the Circuit Court BrailSPXr.l ,.. in Section 24. Townnhip 5. Range t h 1.1..t J.n.. .".. It Township Seven 5V>uth, Range Twenty-one
    f Mouthiant .1
    H. Kotrini Jennie Florida 22 tot with all the .nd wet quart i> "u..r. ,"
    RiMluors. W liber ( f".1 County. I To..h.r blll.ln. 1-22.013.1. Kant, and the Fat three-fourtha of Sort west
    Mm I nf quarter. and North
    .*tffn'* Jam. F. Jon. CREW I machinery located nn Inclulfnir .t "a..r louth.a.t ,, of Hectiun Ten.
    JOI. \, S .ov. du.rib of Northwmt uuartt
    I). I' of ... of quar quarter
    fodrt K Francis Complainant fin ulna .. ihaftmir.millvya. hol q".r Norhw..t
    .. Solicitor for en( .1. p. Township Six Sonlh, fiance Twenty-two Fat.
    NOTlrr .
    wif,. and' tbe quarter
    Wary J Pooser his F.ncl. I. beltintr and all other machinery and Tn (| Court Fudlrlal rlrult. .. list nfil defenunnt. K K M.nckle. and all
    Mr and Suth'aot of Kouthwetquartep
    '' J. Kauffman. wlh first quarter
    -vin all OTI'E fixture usually coa""td a ., Bradford Cnitntv n..lo In ChanctrvThe SectIon (5) other IM'ninn* inttrwtiti hall appear to the
    .- ami, A Beltilin are gin ." a P1"h u',. '-' r', ( thu.'
    State pl.nt Powell Smith .p.'on of ... '.14 i"" .t ii r "
    In the RoMfhweal *-r qunr.tho
    ."at th.r ia no nemon whom I In C rcult Court Ei, hth Judicial Clru.t"r.o E M JOHV I Complainant. The W. t half"> f *4, | Nnr.... 'he uld f int ut its a rIse Mrii'lf.rl, I (' .HV I VIi,.'-
    th service of aubpeona upon Sneehal| M "* F 'h..t .
    Is | "f' County Florida. In Ch.n..r. ** of Southwest the i \' r, iv I the f rt 'tu iv f t I l.r'.ary.' \
    It tht rtfr
    that q.*
    the..complainant d.f.n"aot.. that and the said named 0. M..f.mplainantrd T on*r for aitee A .lfl-ltl I 29 I" i *FlftrU'M.,..rnoratlnn'< i r utli/inent a12| ] i < u'i ritl a 'ainitynu

    f ., fsiidtnr-1 .*id auit4 .. > .- -. ', tIt) : .' nl tt
    fMa I. r m' hual! an-l uffi w
    m11''-.n'. a. (I.erriit.. ir' pirkiwrHon. al I ? spvfcK: "V ,.t''r\Tln", I. ..rtiu', t ounrtrp of Northait qua' S'ai of Ftori'lo.
    fth 'a ark* ilr''I ift r'i l Cnii ty >
    Defvn'lanta.' TO KNOWN > NI) 1''KSfW Dt-ctimbtr, 11)25!
    .. ..- ,,. -a. the rat half of thus 2is'l .lay of
    l know Other
    rt.. .t "'M Pemo.. ClnnH Quiet Tit. ..0 Im..h..t iJV \l.PKRM M
    t. uncertain whether any of said Relief. Hureby notice I la Riven that t t'' und<*ritrn- .' .. NT' r..n tb. .wn'm \\.1 .f elm' nrtf and. v.rth hnlf '"rth..t< Clerk of Circuit <*>urt.Urn. .
    r, -J tle*<| or ahve and ay Notln Uf tulhvsar I Jrn .r.'n. rrtii'dent. i, ,M I. 'I Soctn Ten M0T >
    ..n' are Order cf ServIce Pohl..Uon. r K-uartSn. .r Luther If. plaint ab.r .. that awe 1Io..r. .I ford County rlorlila
    "'M.' e. Sn<,ithea.t quarto of quar'f -
    bv -t- nnd Lnhnown nor heir, <,** uther Henry P>*me .1.l ef>.',. "r plane of bud'", vi .f tin' d.t.n"I o N.rth..t Sheriff RradlYrd County.
    la person or are from the of th.'rn >r ,I. -* Ten acres In Routh..e corner. Section
    that there a
    Invnlvtd in It aPI.urO. .1..Uon .t '.f R.M"ro County. rlnrida .I po'v TI. Flrtta and s"l Imml,' "''n. Company Stats of Horitla ti'I.Iht.L.'lI.I:
    "ho In the "ro.' eontpia nt .hv. canoe. to the Honorable Ovorue A. C.rln. county I n. the (., and ImmigratIon Corn Fh..n III) .
    who.. nyne or name and age or at the age, .Id.n.. or place o ** to la ro"prU ,0
    who** rtslilent. .. unknown *

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    6 at ford County Ttleyraph :Maryland H now distributing more will receive attention. There will be 1 Hit proved interesting in the Jupiter I EXPERIMENT: : STATION t truck crop diseases paying pnrtu'' .
    ,than $J;jOOM( ) a year to county school a discussion! of the characteristics of 'clubs. I ISSUES NEW' BULLKHNON I il lur attention to cucumbers. Occi.

    buildings and! better equipment.> the efficient elementary school princi- ; POTATOES AND:: tfhES once, appearance, and control of l' .

    Published weekly and entered as ;Missouri shows largo increase! in num. pal. Polk-The County Federation of '' principal' known cucumber diseav,

    ,her of trained! rural teachers :Many group meetings' will, be held Women's. Clubs gave us a sum of more Gainesville, Hulvvo new bulletinsof are discussed and a careful study ,
    second class matter, at the post North Carolina increased her loan during tho week. The Department of than $J:>000 HH a nucelus for a fund considerable( interest to Florida! the bulletin should enable !grow

    office at Starke, Florida. fund for rural school, building to $15-I Hum I will hold three. for the use of the club girls to bo i truck raisers have recently come from to considerably lessen the damn
    Education -
    known for free :
    ns a recreation fund.. Wo toll the press and fire available
    OiHHHJO Oklahoma proudc-d, $1150.! > ': HCBslons in Auditorium of the them of tho need and they distribution. They are Bulletin, 170 I:, from disease Inthelr cucumber fich!
    I I
    C. 6. MATTtigW9-------- __._____Own.f. DUO :State; aid to weak schonls.) South Department of the Intciieir In ad- at once, saying that reMponde,11 was 1 Irish Potato Disease Investigations/ Copies of either or both of the

    I. U leOIIINSON.._....._ M.nugln Editor. Carolina guaranteed, 7 months schools! dition there will be a sectional, conference needed for the homo demonstration. and Bulletin 177, Diseases of Cucum- ,1 1 buWHins' may be had by addreissini, i

    and l increased county and, State sup. of county superintendents and work would bt forthcoming. bers.The 'postal to the Director, Experimei 1

    PLBLISIIEU EVERY FRIDAY port 72<( (1,000 Tc'tinenMC provided l a similar one for State supervisors of I I bulletin on Irish potato diseases Station Gainesville, Fla., and statin.,

    1 for 8 month rural schools und in- rural schoolIt is expected! thut Madison< -40-ucro tract on south was written by l fir.> 1.. O. Gratz, who the number and title of bulletin d('.
    f -- --- '
    SL'HaCKirilON KATE r"ase in teacher tmlarit'8. there will be an unusually large attendance side of Lake Frances. purchased by 'II his in of charge the Florida of the Hastings Experiment InborntUl'Y Station -- 1 sued.Volusia.

    Texan is now expending a State appropriation t of county superintendents I Iand I investors for .
    I'er Year --_ ___ --_ ____ -___ $1.50:; of 1,100,000 development. and has clone considerable work |
    a year eejualiiitioii other especially interested in ru. | !1 on\ Irish potato diseases The bulletin -In checking uj with 'v.

    Six Months ___________________ 754Ne. fund fu, small schools. Vir- rat schools of nearby .States. i i S..brinA'-N'ovem1w building 1 gives the results of this work together hibit communities this week I fin, i
    ir l,ra' inereus'il,I demand for better 1 permits with suircrc-tions to glowers
    -- .-- --- -- I totaled $325,000. that more farmers are trying to hal ,
    t ii .. ned tench"rs ;More limn half] of IMKcis FROM: COUN:: n' .. for the control of diseases something for the county fair th
    II counties now pay maximum school AUEMs1:; KfcPOKIS The bulletin on cucumbers was
    Palmetto last and interest
    than ,
    cfF -Tamiaml Trail I link thru year year
    ; bv' Dr It, F. Webber, who
    "i e inc.y t. West Virginia him In.
    -' t here, will be widened to 60 feet "f work with \'satisfactory.. .
    .J.1l ... ; .IH'il length of school I'n'tro--This welt! hns dono a great d.rJ!
    .; ."/ ... it. "", :: U i.. term in most we launched 1 our .
    (< :;; ,.r:', .iar", 1 tincounties I li\ meant of morelib- "Live. at Home" campaign through --- --- -- _.
    ., .'i, .. ,k...{ ) ,7" ii4i State aid F in tides/ in the local press and personal'
    "' : 4'-'l | visits A deal ,
    'i"'f interest
    great c/i is
    7 ;, ;!' '. \n Important Service of Kuril: : Sup-11: I,
    ,It .:t.. being nunilested and we hope' to CMI'ouiugo -
    'a.1I I' '." 'r\i"orl. u better program of livingon
    W (In nciiisions when rural, supcrvis- the farm through this project LIST

    a ::l i' 11.,,' / .. '" ?r* ''liul) tea'heis tulk before f > parentI Uverjthing is all bustling in anticipation YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
    .. _..:aCbci .....- :'11" ,ea. her 1I""odalioll.1t on tho work ..f ot the county fair-six communities ,-

    U5.a the local. !Lt,i N they nc'ht'v rer..rI have reserved space for ,displav

    (Membership' in National IIlgh.a, t the court>,' I I' study and! the taxtli i i

    Association. ) icil.M as l greatly affecting: this work. |' M.uion-Ihe Lowell rend Pedro

    .\ "H DKK.\I. 1\: I nsrn'') Iluial (patrons. of. !begin to appreciate themportunc community ins to order dairy carload assentations. feed.( 'Ihuseumrvnien madopl PEEK REALTY COMPANY
    a superior course of are showing a good deal of
    I OR Tim; PIAi'I.liGeorge !: ) :'study, and suitable texthoe/ls./ interest in those organizations and I

    I A number of recent SUte courses : arc making plans for the growing of STARKE FLORIDA

    \\'u hinlt'lol1. 1'iesielent >..f
    \the United :Stntej"; was nn insistent i tion and! conte-tit to the noe-ds, of rural tho L # '

    ulvoiiilu for 11 Federal' University., i tenehe-rs Specialists in rural education misuioners. Found an office county with com-the |i

    Sint-C Washington there!; have ,been, a in State departments of education Chamber of Commerce and have moved I' ,

    succession of advocates! who sought; | are largely responsible for improveif the supplies and bulletins ther. I I -
    to establish rt the National capital' | :State; courses. Some( progress Have been, busy meeting "Aha- people' .... ..........;;;....... ;;;........... ....... ,.........; ..;;;;;......

    great Heat of higher Urruncr. Of recent hat. also been made in providing bet- and learning the roads of the county. I i

    years various educators. interestedin I ter textbooki Their quality tends to j Have had cold weather, but truck' .
    I find
    crops aro unhurt from frost.
    educational finance have offered I improve wherever their selection is 1 Had inquiries from two colonies, of Z
    tabulations. designed to show that the I placed in competent, hands. I farmers who want to farm here. :

    Federal' Government diverted its revenues Hotter certification lawn! are resulting i'
    nail t its energies almost wholly in professionally trained rural Madison-Entire week devoted to i
    j fertilizer schools.
    into non-t'ducationnl channels and I teachers who have studied the State I these meetings can be results in the bet-of

    largely into matters concerned with course. of study and textbooks in ftl''rill I ter grade of fertilizers seen that farmersare Contracting and Building i ii'

    war.As ( use during their preparation for ordering.
    a mutter of fail the dream of teaching. They have studied the

    lreHieIe'nt Washington/ lung since became -: State course! of study and textbooks Osceola-Spent Thursday of thisw.k

    an actuality and instead of negligible and desire to make! IIklllul.ISO of
    ( percentage of revenues und 1 them in their teaching. I' --- I
    effort of the Federal Government beinir Whatever their VIU\CTS FROM HOME DEMON-: -
    1 preparation the '
    (directed towards. eilucutionul, end, I merits of the course of study or or textbooks i SI KAI ION AG 1':1::l'S' HKI'OKIS

    the* major portion of federal' !.
    i in rural Polk-Hundred
    use, teachers unaidedI fine birds were ex. .
    anti effort are no directedn ,I fall short of making intelligent use of hibited at the annual Poultry Show at .

    excellent Illustration of thufail I I I courses or texts. Rural] supervisors ,Lakeland This is the third annual mock buildings erected with improved patented block, insuring: walls positive |
    is afforded hv the Department of help teachers to show 1':ach year the sow has grown
    the Interior. I the course of study by suggestions! in until now it is self-sustaining and, air circulation giving you a building free from moisture, warm in winter and cool in *
    Ibis milking carei i self-managing The first I
    Department in essentially year spent
    itself, ii "IVdcral. Umv('raity" main in- I tut assignments in the texts with theexperience i all my time helping them the second summer. Years of experience in building frame brick and concrete buildings assure i
    affoorek'd children by their year I helped some but this year I
    ,taimii schools. of eiluuiitlnn, engineering (enviroment; anti to keep constantly 'only showed an interest 'in the work prospective:; biulders of strongly built structures with roofs that will turn any rain.
    / geology/ botany, zoology chemistry and :
    in mind the capabilities, needs, and interests was not needed to help

    . chmtry, anthropology, nnd roHoarchIhe ] iceouruphy. phy- I 1 I I of tho children from whom Palm Beach-Met five clubs this LET :ME FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT BUILDING, PERSONAL SUPERVISION FROftfc :

    manner of functioning of these course of study and textbooks exist. I week continuing regular program of i S ,, THE FOUNDATION TO THE ROOF. '
    A Unique< County School Publication I work. Dyeing garments, cotton linen
    various "schools' of the Deportment Sentenced to live 10.years In the, and wool using Diamond Sunset unit t

    of> I ho Interior in very clearly and.l heart of Africa is the penalty imposed CLERK'S I
    tersely .et forth by the of REPORT
    upon a citizen for filing an injunction !II FINANCIAL' STATEWUfT, or COUNT1:
    tho Interior in a handsomely illustrated | FUNDS
    preventing tho board of education ,' ,
    poster entitled a "Federal Univer
    sity" for the of hu district from operating! I Mumlily, ..".,..... MtMiiwnt, uf beadle
    people Copies of this a high school at the expense of thetaxpayers. County fur month of Depmbi.r, 1UJ5: Z
    pouter available 4.a.rr1 ....
    are for free distribution /
    Full il< tails of legal pros Hal Die. 1. 1IU6
    1 ; -_. 85335
    to the
    general public and in ij' b eeedings in this fictitious form I lUcoipu' during month
    hail by addressing the Secretary o s case .,.".",- '..... -lurf-lff mo---------------4a .th __._ liKuu 1.25,
    tho InteriorVshington the subject mutter for the trail tho> llul JHM 1. 1V! ,1I _________..__- 4U3.U5
    I 1). (
    c. !
    1)2S!) high school I
    commencement annual ".n. .nd forlrllur fond
    Three Fundamentals. of n Consolidated of the Holmes Ohio. llul D.>e. 1, IUi6 _._..__________... 1387.53 W. W. I
    School county, Pub ICtiuipu' Uuiiim munth _________. lw.4...14VVnrrHnU CarpenterConcrete
    lic H.honls.Tho .
    IHMUUII durinir month _-__. DelJ.hij .
    Ilc-partmenta of rural I education 1 InState plaintiff holds in his petition, llul Jan. 1, 1UJO .. ... .._. ___ 1"08.8"
    toiu'hers' ollejfe and State de I !!".. Yuo/ I
    partments of ,education that have Injunction, that n high school education lint. Die. 1. 1025 u___..._.._.__. 8254.28
    causes young people to become t lUcuii during month _. 6U1.&Jvvurrnnu
    been actively 'n/"It,1/ l in consolidationprojects dissatisfied with farm life ia.u..d during month __..._- Ii i
    that it
    I Iliil. Jan 1. 1IU8 ___._--- 3..t!.ITI
    generally agree that a proposed is a waste of public funds. The de- ....Ielln. land -
    I I _________________ 1I T.."......". ." ...
    community school organization I lemiant Hal Die 1, 11526 T OBItucvliJtn I "$...4. ......"""4 .< :
    must conform in hid answer and cross pe during month ............_. ................
    to three fundamental t Litton denies the allegation. A large WnrrnnU .Uituvd during. month .__..___ __ --:: _
    __.___ _
    business principle, if it is to be IIUC- part of the contents of the hook is Jan 1. 1U-4. .-____.__._____.__________ '.3>lSJul u -- T _
    cessful. i a in tuna.Hut
    I made up of the testimony, cross examination i !>M>. 1. 11IB5 .____..________. 94J84
    The first of these principles, according ; and elospositions of wit- 'IK.'cciiiu during month -___ 40.3Warrenu t
    iMuud during month _...
    to experts in (economics !1It'I nesses. Tim 'illustrations showing thepresent llul, Jnn IUJ, --_- 08821)Dnlnas
    the need for organization. That l lit. rand
    the | graduating classes of tho var- llul. I>i... 1. 1026._. __._____ 87154 ryx
    can project count on an adequate I I j ious high school of the county>> and iu.ct>opl.. during month ...-._-...-.-
    amount of business to justify an efficient |their activities comprise Exhibit: A. Warrant Loued during month ......_
    Kill. Jan. 1, m II. .. 877.54I
    organization ? --
    Applying this A survey of attainments of former i %>!...... resists.. .ana
    principle] to the formation of a consol. graduates of high schools" ] if the I I llnl D... 1. iva ZIl.cilpU .
    idateil. school means there during month n loo 4Wurranlii
    are enoughchildren ty has ever been in prison or in a issued diiriim month ___-_ 807.0U
    in the community to require poorhouse and that almost without' Hill. Jan 1, 11UO -_ __- 10529 ;
    such a school ? Aincullttral
    exception they are I person of whom Hal Die 1. 11546 -.- 1.15
    The second consideration, Is, what the county ran he proud. I tivtiiiLiU during month ...-- 51.21
    amount of WarrunU ,.rued| during month ._ ..
    vvorkuv? capital will be necessary The ,
    publication is interesting and llnl. Jin. 1. 1UJH ---.- U5.30
    to insure economy of operation original both in the selection of itssubject January 1, 1U.I1 r
    ? In those States where local ijiailluiu' Luuniy. 1 / '
    support matter anti
    its !
    in treatment I Slam of rlorlda' '
    is the mum school support, of the all mo. It Is of educational significance 1 I litrvby cattily that the .tar..ama .t..n' p i LooJc For
    the taxable property! in tho districtshould because it furnishes ..1 IIIL ......... ...d aikour*.iuu,.u* wl tuI .
    in its .
    I lunu. of llmdlard Countynr tn month olinnnilHT
    be sufficient to enable thoarho,1 I development of a trial, practical I u.n. Is tru. and correct to the

    to operate! on n reasonable tax |problem in civics; and In the subject owl 01 my rwwl.0.". eau N. thItal.Atu11it5AN,

    rate of tho controversy involves. ,! a vital I I HIS! A"/ LUrN; Circuit Court.ILhKHtt .
    And the third essential to the sueI, I theme for investigation. The production
    Kk.rUKrK this
    cossful operation, of n business or npchrxal serve as a wholesome publicity I : SignthetJ .
    .port ol th. tarn' ol th. ctnuit: Co.n ;
    on-am/.ttiiiii h, competent !I i agency to the community ill presenting i 1m and cur Ura.lluril t..unty. Flufida. oo uiint slit .
    mmiiiLU'mciit.' The superintendent of I convincing .<. of tnnM a...ui>d fur the year 1UJ5In .
    argument showingthe
    a big, business is Belt l .eted l because of I necessity for high school miming I a.. ""I ttArnir t.ouataaot,

    his. outstanding ability ti> successfullymanage i Great: Meeting of Sthriol Sunerintcn* ,i I Hrailford County(;...,. .*,.....

    the affairs of his oriraniza-/ I dents. 1'.. bill \..v. 1. lu-5 .___ lOJVlellilly
    i -- -
    tion. Likewise the nnnaper of n big It is expected! that the annual meet- 1,| amt eule-ctnl --_____._--___ _-.-_ UIJUU buy your

    business, the community school sup- i i lair of th> Department of Superintendents ,i,,1<>. lull .P.W. 1. 1U.S un_________- .- IMJJIilr
    vile tcn.lent. needs. to l hat 'rl"'Ollnl7t'dl| I Visa and forlillar t
    in Washington, 1). C February
    'To. b.l. Nuv 1. nut ___ ___ __ J05I91:
    educational expert. Ho should eked I 21! 23: 112'1.! will ho the -greatest assembly I iy unit. eullcclcd u-_-.-..-.. .-..._-_-___. 10d.43 RadiolesRCA
    a supervisor, executive, and directorof of this bo"y'er held. -
    schools. Tu.tal.l. 1 Die 1. ll'23 ___nnn_ Idd8.II'l<
    The pilgrimage/ Arlington, C.unlr II...4 say *ntf.*
    Hitter Rural School in Southern clnv, February 21, starting :2:! 8un-1 I 'r" bal. Nu. I. ll).& _______________- 8Jllt"3i
    Slates. lit : nmt. collicu-d _________________ 1M.67fa
    m. followed by vesper services
    Pronounced improvement jn rural 4;(00( p. m. in Memorial Continental bal. D,... I. 1KJ5 ____u_ ___ 74i) .05Wldo. Loudspeakers
    .. r...... 'ran:
    school conditions in most of the Hall will mark the first! day of the To bill Nuv 1. IIU ____-......____. IOJ*,47lly
    Southern and, southern bonier States. exercises. .n.t. collected __.._._..--..._-- U4J1To

    marks the biennium liming tho year Tho general meetings will be held bal. Dec. J, 1025 .____..--BSJ.;2* and RCA Accessories
    102"::!; Emphasis was plated/ upon the, in the new Washington Auditorium County .e1NOl
    need of To Iwl Nov 1. UJ ____________...2051030lljr
    longer school terms. and better which will be headquarters of the con- amt. colleted _______...___..... 1844.IS
    pay for more competent teachers. vl'ntion.lllny: Interesting exhibits
    Alabama increased her efforts toward from all parts of the country will be To. bul Dt-e. 1. I'26 County nuU8811.U Polls We are glad to announce that we have been

    teacher improvement and better arranged! this building. Only a few To bal, Nov 1. 10J1 ______n________ 8QI.OO selected by the Radio Corporation of America *
    school equipment begun some years hundred yards from the auditorium( Hy amt. collected -_._.._........ 22.00

    afro. Arkansas Increased State sup. tho Department of the Interior will To hal I.**. I. 1DJ5 __________....6d7.00T to sell and service Radiolas, RCA Loudspeakers
    port and raised the teacher standard. show specially prepared exhibits orare f ..., Huk > leleware Increased the school bal. Now' I. 1026 _____________141111 and RCA Accessories.
    average value. I IT" amt. collected __..-__.-.-.__.. 165587
    term to 156 days, an Increase of nearly The reorganization of our Adminis
    9 days. Florida provided free trative Units will be the theme for a To bat DM Total 1. 1IUI 8uk._School_______Bond_____.1 763.47 Radio!** are priced Convenient Tlmt Paymmtt RCA Loudspeakers

    textbooks for lower elementary series of three general sessions To bal Nov 1. Hit ______-______ 46*.71 fan $15 l to 1575 _IIH aftanpf $I8 to $243
    grades and largely increased l State Speakers of national prominence will i By amt eollMUd _______...... 41204

    aid. Georgia increased her public be heard at the general, meetings. The To bal. DM 1. 1925 ______________ 438067

    school support by $5,000,000. executive session and the annual business To bill Nov.Road duo and Nov.Bridl.1, 1X25 Bends___.._8898R.U

    Kentucky added nearly $1,000,000 meeting will be held Tuesday I By amt tolliwted -_.._____.___3391.111 E.

    to various tax levies for public educa- morning. Three other general sessions To bal duo DM 1. 1925 __u__._S3597.23Airlcaltaral H. SMITH Starke
    tion. Louisiana increased the per- will bo devoted to the discussionof I r.... ,
    To bal duo Nov. 1, 19211 .. ._ 1027.47
    centage of normal or college graduates elementary education, junior high I Hy amt _____- 94.11 1
    s employed in the public schools schools, anti senior high schools. The To bal. du. l>ec. 1. U2S __ MS 2O.
    from 56 to 70 per cent in-one-year- platoon system of school organization W Clark I.D1taWA14 Cl..... Deem. .