Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 5, 1926
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $1.50:) ; Six Months, 75c.-i'a.vuble in Advance. K. S. Matthew I Owner.

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Mitchell PlansLecture i I I 'Eavens :'Elp-Us!- u 1I ] R., A. GREEN SEEKING HEARING I I Flying Dutchman. t Work Started

TourAir FOR FLORIDA BARGE CANALWu.iliniKti.n I '\:)" I II For New Block

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Crusader Says;; :;;- He Will Toke ] rI : Feb. 2.A full boiu- : JOHN' .-Hi 1.1\ 1-.11. 01) hilt )14 lit; Elt II : Work was started-\\ ,111. diiy on the

Facts "Straight to People." I II 1. log before the river and harbor committee CI.AIMKII I /: IIY 111111I : ,I foundation fur. ho. new "nmcrotc Murk
WaKhingtJn-WJ i I will be sought by Representative I I r s'v .tat' th> old Commercial. lintel. situ east

resumed as a private citizen Mitchell the, series hay I It. A. Green; of the second Florida J: Tuesday afternoon the death I v angel I i ii I I IO of the" railway. facing Call street.
district on his bill to authorizethe I II i "Four store buildings:: will bo provided)
of broadsides he launched i visited the little town of lironker, an <
officer against] administration ax an of urn th'>, secretary of war to make a survey I, took. from its midst Fohn Shrivel.. who I ; for in this block and It m umltTstooillenses ,
national defense and, which led to his i for a barge'; canal across the for twenty years hits bei-n a resident I II .: luivibivn 1 MiKiicd. for the entire"

resignation from the service. Florida peninsular.The I of that town when hiv.. s enva t <;c I '. .I block.
Just a few hours after lie was- not. proposed canal would<1 start itFernamlina in the mercantile liusincs. Aitiu inh (aisles I ll.ivis. I lhi. contractors,
fied yesterday thut lip was no longera 3 ?t hg6. d cW 1 on the east const, and. follow be had. been. in failing:: l-e.illli fir, two ] hnvo bud their contrite I] (dock plint,
colonel in the air service, Mitchell the Saint :Marys river and the Su- veais, his death cam,* very suddenly, running:: at full, capacity{ for scvvr'il(
wnnnei river to St. (Georges; sound aeeksa and sufficient material is
issued a statement attacking the i jut he wa sitting In ni- chair \\'h'nI ,
"military bureaucracy" and declaring u th- west coast. I the end rnnu. *. "i'la"dy In push eonsrta't ion. work, along

his intention to take "straight to tho Hack of this plan is not only anew I !I.VII" born June ;21 I, lSi''W.!> at rapidly :al r. 'has. n.; Wnodbriil',
waterway through, Florida' but] (II" owner, has plans for. remodeling1f ,
people a realization of "the true condition i Charleston. S. I'., 1",01VIIS I11l1rrl..1lillll :u>
of a connecting' link for the inland l waterways I the old sale stable, on 'all street,
:\ Allie
our national defense. Lewis of I Itrooker in ]Ric 1'1,
Ti. already surveyed from New t _T. one of hit purchases, another. business I '
This he will Funeral servicesvcrt- held. at I'e-1 I
to do in
attempt n three England to Florida along the Atlantic I Qt li"iixe to take its place.Kl .
months lecture tour of the dan church Thursday aftet noon at :3( w
country. I ard from. Georgia to Texas along the tZ .
After that he interment in family\ plot in
will spend some time 'at Well, it's here-beauty cout..lbl. (Gulf. The proposed, survey' is backed IO'dlwk. 'SKIN NOW I.I.OKl\ > TO
old adjoining cemetery.Those
his home in
Wisconsin, with a I Allen F. Max the Florida canal commii- 5)10KB1'I'111N: : VILLACR;
for men-and poor I by state'
hunting trip to Africa in during who 14 II r1 1him are. his

Columbia College Senior--hi sion. I
!! tho bee, wife, and two c'hlclrPIIli"M, :\ Marjrureite -
year.Reiterating I to go and win /flrbt price an th BRAUF'ORD and Lewis Sbriver of Brooker. Ruskin, Fla., Knell: of )Rimkin'H adult -
that the United States"remains II Andsomest Man'. He was so embarraaed FARMERS: COUNTY
I went into serlotlon i Three brothers J. II., It II., and Fred J citizens are now allowed for hefir..t
today unorganized for modern that
II nil of Charleston two sister time In 17 yearn to openly smoke
Shriver |
defense" and that we have no real I -and says he will nacMri Come one, Come all When la Germany. Amerks cigarettes, cigars or to take tobaccoin
I Mesdames Addie Dinky of Charleston
military air force for the law tr .n". nt all tkla. And shake hands with crack
proectionof I our new and Mamie Deroys of New York ('Ity.The two rumen. Paddock p any form within the village hOllnd-
our great country," the former ('(II. County Agent Mr. Robt. F. Ward at I MarchUoa. were detested br HiBooben. cries

onel said "this condition is due to the I the open meeting of the Starke Grow and throughout family have the many frineds who in. who to *w to U. 8. )Recently Judge L. L. Parks of the
Mind opposition of the regular ers' Association, to be held at the county Hym.pathize "0 ,
army 'COUNTY AGENT I with them in their berenvc1 tChildren's; circuit court of Ilillnbi>r \ugh and navy bureaucracies that have abrogated court house, Saturday February (1, 1 mont. dlfbsal / .) sits eighteen miles from here
to themselves the policy of I at 3 o'clock p. m. I --- -- :' held' that the law made liy] (!eorgo Me-

tending squarely in the way of any I TAKES CHARGE Mr. Ward wants to meet all of us Flames from the burning oil for a !Miller, founder of thin community,
progress." and get acquainted lie has been county -' while threatened the sheds, used for FoundersRoll I. prohibiting the use of intoxicants sail
Reciting his efforts to have established I j agent in Baker county for the last storing lumber but wore soon extin'r- I' tobacco was. "entirely tmreasonabUi.. "

a single department of national Mr. Ward, Bradford County's new two )years and will have items of interest uiwhoil when both water and chemicals | Stone Mountain Of course, certain tHtori'-kccpur
defense, Mitchell said. that "from to tell us regarding the pur- I have been "boot
leggiiii' smokes in
demonstration agent: took charge of !I worn played on the fire. Damage was I
now on I feel that I can better serve his duties Monday, when he met with chase of fertilizer etc. confined" to the shed foundations. Confederate MemorialThrough ''spile of the musty "", hllllll" ".
my country and the flag I love" by I Bo sure to come. Saturday Feb. 1, I !
the board of county commissioner- Oil flowed into tht ditch in considerable Hut, recently trustees for the
taking the issue to the public, "than :Mr. Ward] stated that he has already, at the court house! 3 p. m. quantity .'('''''I'nl days ago founder of Ruskin" lirougbt, suit
by remaining muzzled in the army." completed arrangements whereby L. Prescott, President. when a truck broke the pipe, line to I the ('llIldl''' ''' Founder. ngai.-.Hi Paul II. I Dicltmmi' 1 for alleged
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Mitchell plans to deliver his next farmers can make a big saving on SMALL: FIlm SUNDVY:' the municipal power' plant. Fuel oil is Bull. of the Stone Mount.itn (Coitfcil1 \ !iolatioii. of Ihi restriction.j
]lecture in New York on February 10 their fertilizer bills. He will meet |limped from this yard, to the storage' nlt' :siemens. ] (, the name nr every 1 :Much to the snti-'facliiiii\ i nr the nicotine .
and, then in New England, the middle with the Starke Growers' Association A fire alarm Sunday .shortly afternoon \tank several blocks awny. and. nfter1:' 1111111 anti. w, 'titan'' wit 1'/I"I'l..1/ ,) Rl'I'. craving i of. the.. citizenry' Jiiiliro
and, far west. Saturday at their regular meeting! an I was sounded wham oil in the! the! break occurred, to ,prevent. liny vice to Ihr I l'nnf..Io'I'III'Y, Uut be rncniorialtzcd. ) Parks told. ,) them to "puff away" and
lie expects to visit Los Angeles min: will discuss plans for this year. | railroad ditch alongside) thu Jones possibility of water. el1l..II11tlw. tank, ] !. At the lIn\l'' \time. the. declared that\ I the restrx bell win wil'i-'
April 1 and )move up the coast to Se! -- ---.--- | Lumber Company's: yard caught fire, the line was blown out with compressi'il sautes or the I'I1ilII"1I thl'IIIM.Imnv "ut rcn.-on.

attle.In. :NEW; PLAY FOR BENEFITOF supposedly from passing train{ air I hI'' perpetunled I its builders I Iwurld'n "r t the The h'>lor> of Rud his statement :Mitchell review-d, WOMAN'S: :; CI.t'B grenlcsl, nieiuociui. "tcniperniici1", law ]dales. buck to

his military record in which there was 1--- Tho Children's l-'ounders Roll l III for thu advent Mc.Millrr: : ilucator and
"not one art which .does not reboundto Wednesday, February 17, is the date iixsiHtiiiit .
bfi.i. i and. /gills up to oiglilecn' years the credit, of the United States" net for the play now being rehearsed ; tif age wlm contribute, one dollar lo Florida! :
and) he added that "I shall !h.. l I. home talent and under the Necessary
always \ (players the .Memorial., Their! names will beenrolled ;McMillor: ,"'qu I,1, IH.lint:! ) acres of
on hand. in case of war or emergency direction .of Robert I""'. Dcmorest who in :m immcnst Ill IIIK! OKMKMOItY land,, ami,, etal>li'hcil. IIIH: | wherever I nm needed." till pity an important pnrt. Tho i --- Kin
:: nil III.> of the. most(1. emliirmnparchment :
!.'4iv: selected is "TUK VULTURE," a 1)'ndil1ltIfln"y: Away from Home eti'/ science can tlcvixiluiunil, *

companion mystery play to "the Bat"; limn Does No; ) Benefit Your in bronze plates, and "iiionntt'il, neon
Kentucky Negro To I will be K. K.: Ritch I Let the I Open Season Ended
.ncludod I in the cast Business. Men Or us put cage concretely nn altar coiiHlructeil, for I the 1 purp' "*.e
Nut :Sternberg, Mr. Smith Wyman, You earn your money' : in Starke. It i is
'n the. center of Memorial Hall. Opposite -
Hang On March Fifth I lank i Carpenter It. .F. Demori-st' lour To" n. I the heart blood of the coati n n.ty'< each putt nte will recorded, tin| I For Migratory Birds

.Mi- CulpvppvrMrs.' I R. :M. Johns, Mail Order Houses and Large City Ii r... Instead of buyinghnt you need nit ut0 of any Confederate man or
Miss Thclmu Brown. The Symphony at the Starke stores, so ato keep I -
Department Stores Undermine woman the child, scli"ts! to honor.Measured '
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Trial Lasts J IB I) Ilinutell11 1,000 :Seven; orchestra, and a number of vaudeville I tho money in circulation\ at home, anti TiillahiiH, F''". !'he federal'' uponHcn.soM
Troops Guard )Lexington acts. Tho entire proceeds will the Prosperity of thus helping; to maintain a healthy in mo'it>y, the gift of the on... migratory. to tuti' bird rlnar'd -
i go to the Woman's Club building funJ.I Homo Community business life, you drain these industrial ',I'tin: I re M will bo secondary< ; ntt'u aim re .1111111111'''' :'I' and CommUnioner J.
Lexington, Ky.-Ed Harris, negro, I he price is 7.:;;e and S.'c-: for children.We I corpuuik's out of the in sentiment, it will transcend. any II. Royal(, of I ho department of game
pleaded guilty here to an attack on a expect all to be there. I Some men and women spend their !!'I Every such drain weakens it. "Yllt.II'1 I ref kminAt, least 11 million children and fish, huts issued. lint of tint bird
white woman and to the murder of Buy you tickets in advance ns there money away from home because they And you I pay more money than you are to be enrolled) in the HOOK on wbicb the season bus .....Hed. They
her husband and two children. He was wil be* mi excuse for your absence. think \they are putting' it "into circu pay nt homo for the sainn merliandisn OK ;MK.MORY:: which means a million arc the Anatidac. or wutcr, fowl, in-
sentenced to bo hanged Friday, March lation." as we will prove to you sul se- dollars toward" the coat of carving' tin lulling/ I tb,. little brown nancl-h.II,, unit,
5, in the Faycttc, county jail yard. The FEIHM'AUY! !MF.KTING:' I Tliey are sincere in their belief that quently in this weekly series rof educational :Memorial; hut, far above and beyornl,I wbooping CI-IIIICH; rallid.ii"> 0" rails. Including
trial lasted exactly 10 minutes.It I OF WOMAN'S! cum they arc serving n real' economic pur- nrti<,les. lint, it means, that the' heart of a million coots. gullirmliM. mitt raa nil
was one of the speediest, trialsin i pose by taking the train or the bus Nothing Comes Hark: I boys and girls will be linked, inseparably nl her rails. ; limicolao. Hhocbmls. ] in-

the hiptory of the' county. Court Wednesday, afternoon nt three o'clock periodically and buy Inthe/, things Now, the money is out. What conies with this Memorial.! II < lulling nvoccls, cut lews. ilowilclii'rs,
was called. promptly at 9 o'clock. Prosecuting the regular monthly meeting of tho they need in some large city near their bnck from this expenditure "made. in means that they will come here, wh *n dowits, knots, oyster catchers, phjila-
attorney :Mnury Kemper Woman's Club will bo held. in the borne.' An eloquent stranger from the tin distant big city by your Starke they arc men and) women' and enter ropes, plovers, Mainlpipvis, snipe, stilt,
elected to try the defendant on the club house. This being Junior Civic'.i city in the form of a department money? j' this temple "f sacred, memories, and, Hurt birds Lurust"' will..t, wimdcuck -
charge growing out of his attack here meeting. Mrs. L. A. )Davis has chargeof utoro advertisement or a mail order Nothing-absolutely nothing. I I' rend,I their names in Ibis BOOK OF and yellowlogs:: ; and Hut coluiribidau -
January J9.! Charges against" the negro the afternoon's program. The Junior house catalogue: has. explained the Your vaunted circulation Is. a myth. I I :MEMORY:\ and bund i down to their or |iigpins., All liunting closed! ,I In
for tho murder of the woman's children the deathless story of Ih,' ISrcvurd: Volusin, Orange and OsccolacouritieH !
,, Club Jd rl'K have have an interesting matter to them in great detail and The big city is self-sufficing. Starke
husband and the children were not report to make. AH members are perhaps some logic. has nothing, makes nothing, riiisos courage of their forefathers. and Seminole I.jiko Jjinuarytl
railed. urged to be present. j In either case the advice never nothing that tho metropolitan, neighbors Eery .child covets line: privilege: of :!I. by "Hprcial li'tiNlalicin.t 1 .
The court was crowded but therewas Hostesses" for the meeting lire: Mesdames comes from any fellow townsmen of must have. Sturku cannot supply : much un enrollment anti, many have I
no demonstration whatever, when J. L. Peek "J. M. Johns I). E. theirs who has the interests of the anything that hundreds) of othr'' already sent In their applications for t,- yeni" to find' thi'tnii'lvi'ii. rhlldrcn
u fury returned Its verdict. Circuit Knight:: J. C. Hoover, Frank Hoover, home town at heart. places of similar size cannot supply.: the Children's, "Founders Roll. With again in the. COOK: OF' :s1EMOItY.itt' : .
Judo, Richard C. Stoll, presiding, kept F. II. Long G. C. Livingston und i That Is a point t obo remembered. Starke shoppers-in person or by mail: their names appear tho names of the 'Pwith linking of I the children's names!
the crowd within the room while the C. Robinson. J'I I Coin Put Into Motion.It are cultivated so long as their ; heroes of the sixties. The gray soldiers thoH of Limo Confederacy rnr-
negro! was frisked away. -- I in true that such buyers, by carrying money hold out; after that they are I long ,dead, but forever remembered rlcs a meaning) deeper even than
Guarded by approximately 1,000 their money out of town In per no longer wanted., I aro gathering again insitiblyin I LOVO'H memory. Thu liirn of the sixtit's -
state troops, Harris was brought from son, or sending it out by money order !Profit In TriinxftrThero in the great BOOK OF a11.\1O: fought for the generations:: of thaI
the state reformatory at Frankfort I Flying; Deaths 1 are putting their money Into mo is n profit in every transfer whore their names are being writtenby I I tutor. They surrendered, and.) wont
in Adjutant General James A. Ke'ioe's, tion. That is one step in the processof of merchandise. You buy n coat or a I I the love and, devotion! of their descendants. I buck to tl-i- burned" fields and the sor.

automobile, while a national guard, of. circulation! as it is known by economist pound of prunes' and the merchant'gets '' There is no sound, nf martini rowfiil cities t Hint they ,might, rebuild,
firer came along In an army tank. and business men. The dictionary n little more than he pays for i, music in the air. .Fife and drum the south for the" children who wool I
Both tho officer and the negro wrap I Jays in defining circulation: these roods, because h" rli'ierves I, to 'I urn still and their mnrl'hinr..t intake I follow (hem., For thin reason the
ped in blankets, were taken from the II "Motion around or through something bo paid, for the services be renders i nn, "tumid IIi they come tonelher.. againin idea. of tin. Children', |1'-,1111.1.,1'| Itollis
reformatory early today and not until hnek to the starting point." you. There ore risks anti enterprises I History's irreutost shrine! but I tin-/ piii-ticuliirly beautiful. and significant -
after arrival here did, any one but a I Nothimr comes hack in the kind of involved on the one hand, and there ii'' rallying to Memory's. call at :Stone; I .
few officers know that the blanket- un.I'r11)". Value received would arc helpfulness! and service on the I j !Mountain.The Th plan was iimiigiiarti'd, that every
wrapped figure in the lunbering tank s come bnck to the community If ''t other. The profit is tho merchant's | BOOK OF' MEMORY will be I child might': have n sham In the most
was other than Harris.. j were the.* right kind of circulation. living. You pay profit to the out-of-1 the greatest volume that the worn I i. wonderful memorial that t History hair

That is the theory of all sound busi town merchant ai well. But you pay ,] hat ever known, not only because it r ever known.
RAIFORO P. I). ROBBED ness. Nothing must bo lost In tho more for less service. There is your rill iicloKo the :sentiment/ of a peo- "For each one' dollar contributed a

The Ilaiford post "office was broken cycle, whether tho return is in money trip to pay for if you run in to the j.le's heart. carried down to genera I child' can enroll the name of one Confederate -
Into Sunday night and robbed of or In kind.. city and there is tho risk you run tion after generation but because in soldier or any man or woman
actual size, i it will he the largest volume who rendered actual service to the
$600 and several checks.' Some weeks The money or the purchasing power buying "sight-seen" (as tho boys ,
Asistant Postmatter Gaskins was that is in a small community U trading jack-knives say) If you deal that the world has! ever known.It I Confederacy.
ago a"cltedthero charged with robbing like: the resorvoir of water that in with the mail-order house. In both will bo the beautiful symbol of tho Ono child'" may enroll us many Confederate

the mails. The Sunday robbery was stored' up behind a dam. The city mar- cases, there I Ii the greater overhead I Ito !I'p o' "I'ffV ..hildren for the men wh. names as! ho likes] provided
.... ,,, will '1 /'nr dollar' l I. sent in for each
'- 'l It perpetuatefrc' namo
effected by anew one who '-"ev the ket it the lowland into which t'Ivitna '- pay, owin tier rents ins- .r-\y. ,
w,_n_"n ", 'f a ..hi ''ak I Irrt when the .|.miceIVo| n rf vWf'fl uro* '" I' he ii In.l.i to m.'..
Johnstown News. lifted. Every Lima some member of advertising anl scores of of'' v_ i .t. ,th" )Ink that binds! lh> heroesof I I i orialize six persons, the '1' nbulion
the community carries his money pendit"r>s that the home-town merchant tbt *past to the children of ioclllY- I wil be six dollars! and, his own. name
COUNCIL IN SESSION TUESDAY away the water level is lowered, and, does not har. to the hero-worshipping children. of nil I.I I will bn repeated six times on six dif-
the power that should l grind the corn The home-town merrhan'ts profitsare apes/ and all nations. From all the ferent lines.
Starke, Fla. Feb. 2.-The city council is lout. spent in Starke. They ultimately countries! of the globe will come tho When there are two or moro children
met in regular session with the following b.twon. Old Saying Truthful reach you again. Your money comes pilgrims:: of mankind who reverence in a family each child, can memorialize -
members present: C. F. Hoover And it is true hero as in the old back to you-the "starting point" of Truth and Honor noble and heroic I the same Confederate nnot-s-
chairman; G. W. Alderman J. W. I saying, that "The mill will never this business "circulation." Buyingat ,: sacrifice! and their eyes will find tho I tor.

White. |I grind with the water that has passed." home is the only salvation there is names nf the rhildren in the chitdrei'n I One child may memorialize two or
The clerk was instructed to order f We are getting into theory here, butit for'the business life of Starke. The BOOK OF) MEMORY: at Stone Moun more Confederate ancestors.
necessary supplies for the fire department I is the theory on which all sound same principle I U invoked! by small na- tain.And Contributions will ho received in the

tc business life is based and our read- tions to maintain their industrial existence think of this. Those enrolledIn names of children who are dead, provided -
The fire department was authorizedto r ers must be set straight on this. pointif in face of their large ant! more. that great' book will have achieved, a Confederate name is sent in
have two practices per month until the big campaign of community powerful neighbors. Starke must the. miracle of eternal'youth least with the child'B.Appllcatinn .
the company was thoroughly familiar education is bei.ier carried on in The profit by their example and everyman within its pages./: Always it will be blanks will be furnishedto
with operation.of new fire truck. Lester P. Barlow of Stamford T.*l" E. Humphrey, Conn.. 1 La in Washington d"mnr>- There can be no true circulation'under shoulder to shoulder with the home names appear therein will be dowered, their children: by the local Chairman
Jacksonville-Ralph itrattaff hi* amazing invf nil. mlc ".rh Peter Pan's Im-iortal gift ,f of Founder's Roll of W. T. Weeks
drowned late this the circumstances any moro merchants! to maintain our econ
18 of Gretna was fell He Ia shown here with his .n. than water can flow uphill. 1 childhood. Later when Age: has grey Chapter U. D. C., when properly filled
he independence.Next
Marietta when the latter
afternoon near and aerial torr-*' "*'. ca I
Seaboard Air train proceeding 1000 miles automatl' I. .. Why I week we will consider! another ed their hair and dimmed their eyes out return with remittance to 1\n.
from off fly
to Jacksonville. .J Because there is nothing in the phase of the problem. -they will come back acrossLJfe'a-bit- J.-M. Alvarez- ..-Starke, Fl -

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When our teacher finished callingthe

roll Monday morning; bright little 1 News of Florida in Short Paragraph
Bradford High School Journal voice wus heard asking for the I
second-so hence we have anothernew

I pupil, who is welcomed with the

S\MMV Sri.HMIKUG: OWEN GItlFFIN WILLIAM DUNC Nlilil usual gladness. [ Live State News I t ti
'" teacher asked us to close all books i
.-Olerlllll'ril; mind Luis Edwards, gave the rg (which was done readily.) She then

play over bu kuunlw, hpcuuhes and announced we were' going; to start a TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES

everythingNext [, radio program. W. T. Weeks was I

nine the "Female of the Species chosen announcer for station WJAX, 1-. _. .. n_ __ __ __. __ ,
," a parody on Kipling's famous Jax., :Fla. Five girls forming the -- 'I

poem by that namu. Three suffragettes "Famous Quintette," being placed behind Tallahassee ready' market for ;: daughter of Sheriff Charles Pinkerson

Thelma Snellgrove, Inez Frink s a cabinet Rang several of their Florida bamboo poles has been foundin probably saved her little brother,

and Hazel Middle/ton by much swinging song. "A Pat-a-Cako Pig" was given Iowa by the immigration bureauof > Charles, Jr., 4, from death by fire

.l- of swagger sticks and making of i, by Marion Williams. We thoroughly the department of agriculture. I I when she extinguished his clothing

fierce faces, finally convinced tho au- i I enjoyed the program and when it was : -- I which caught fire while the child was
N dience that the "the female of the Tampa-Big Paul Hulm, lust member at in
i finished, went to work with "pep". We play the back yard of is home.
species Is more deadly than the male." >I I are planning another reltl00:1/ : pro- of the Al House gang, to be tried Bessie's hands were badly burned.
This stunt was followed by a reading, gram. for complcity in the robbery, was to., !I -

"Irish Coquetry" by Grace Wood (G)::, day sentenced to ten yeais imprison Ocala-While returning late today

brogue would make an Irishman turn ; Sasa sa sas trasacasa5Z5ZS | Third; Grade ;! ment, at the Raiford prison farm. from church to her home, Bessie King
:Z S ZSZ4 to s sa to a sa a'a sa S'L _+uZS i I 15 !,
I green with envy. The concluding entertainments. The money pledgedat Dorothy Swambom of Stuart, has was attacked by three negro girls: ,
STUNT NIMIT number was "An American. Harem" p Avon Park-Representing: an investment aged 12,13 and
the meeting was turned over to entered' the third grade. Eugene Sul- 15, and beaten, bruised
i given by the Literary Club and who's of $12,000, the highlands and scratched' ,
'' our sponsor, Miss Brown, who readus livan from Ohio( is among our new and then thrown
The. Seven" delighted with through' Dry Cleaning is building anew
"Symphony merits you are familiar company against railroad freight
be car standing
I our new play to given soon. pupils. -
tho audience with its musical numbers { previous reviews. Suffice it to say I I We were glad to have Solomon Un- structure and Installing the on a siding in north Ocala. The
at the beginning of the program./ This that each actor in this stunt deservesa Frivilous Freshmen. derhill back after a week's illness. most modern dry cleaning plants in' negroes were! arrested.
orchestra Is under the capable direc- laural wreath, or at least a medal the state. -
last the freshman much I
I i At its over, now The pupils were very surprised -
tion of Eloise Jones, end is composed for their brilliant performance. After (I I Okeechobec_An
j class breathes again at the end of the when Helen Mersereau came to Fort 1\Iyers-Rllyford Lewis, 14, believed election to decide
of: this act all actors in each stunt assembled I!' I i the issuance of
I; January month of the bobbed hair $215,000 in bonds
I I' algebra/ race, a school with as was ] to have cast himself adrift in a was
Florence Andrews, piano; Gunsie on the stage on, in the cos- hardest algebra lessons they had hit the only one in the room with long' skiff, Is being sought here. .It is fear- carried here yesterday by a vote of
Mae Bennett, violin; Owen Griffin; '1 tumu in which they last appeared and yet. No doubt tho juniors said, "we hair. ed, it was stated that Rayford has eight to one. The money is to be used!

violin; Paul Knight\ banjo; Joseph I 1 I sang our high school song in a man-' I 1 knew they would get," and we did. |: either already perished, or it lost in in constructing a new $SOOOO city hall
Thomas, drum; Comer Long, saxa- nor' that is typical of our high school 'i, However, the following four winners Fifth Grade the Eevergludes.: ) $ 7OOO for street paving and the remainder -

phone; Jack Thornton, mixanhonc. I I spirit, and indeed caused many of the probably had an easy time or they I In the art class last week our grade for sewer and water exten

The girls of the Tennis Club revealed audience to hear a ringing and buzzing wouldn't be where they are today. I had a construction lesson on cuttingvases. Surusotn-W. II. Stephens, commercial sions.

the fact that they are excellent in their ears for several days nf- They are: Willie Mae Hinson, Edna 1, A French' flower vase was the agent of the Seaboard Air 1"lne,1' Jacksonville....-.II. C.
ilinriiH, girls In "The Little Red School terwards.The Strickland, Everett Hewitt and Ruth study and ninny beautiful vases were announced his company will erect a driver Hendrieks, taxicab -
llotiso." Their net proved strongly: show vvns also a success finan- Sternberg. We congratulate them. 1 made by members of the class. The large. freight depot near the center of the way fatally injured when

remi'i'scent of tho old school days--- cially, tho proceeds amounted to $to!),- Wo held a class meeting Monday 1 aim of this work wa practice in free- the city, construction to begin imI by taxicab he wax driving was struck
!30< and small I I I u roadster driven by :Mrs. I'7.: L.
ai: expenses were very hand cutting, mid "Iur l harmony. immediately.Daytona
the overall and "httU'-irirl" costumes afternoon, David Moore our new f'laxton! here
the school will make clear I this nlol'ning. Hendricks
high Mr. Wiggins huts )piesented our :
all adding to the effect The chorus president is proving himself worthy of died
around 1 :$100.)( I with of l Florida. It 'I, fll'neh-Thl lifeless body on tho way to a hospital. Two
im'llIclt..I.. Harriet flit h, Elizabeth: A room u lariamap(
< the the class has in him.
: trust put ''' discoveredin pussciiirei in the
of''of Mildred Nash, 20, was cab were shaken
AndroWH Hazel Lucille is very fine t> use in our study
Middlctnn members J.mhr!
i committee of three and bruised
I A NKW CLUB: I 1 I I the gas filled room of a down town
Johns Anmltii Williams Ethel :Moore: history geography.:
,McDnnell, Allen Long, and CharlesKlckhter -
hotel here after hotel employes
Huth Rternberg, \Mary Cunovn, Virginia I Although it h'-t; ; ;; been mentionedin was! appointed to select u We are continuing the study of piira- hud forced the door shortly after! 12 Haines (My-H. T. Siebrccht, of
Weeks und Lucille Mitchell. these columns before, we have n I picture for our room. > graphs in our I'tiglish: work. The fol- '' o'clock. F.uko Worth, has purchased a tract of

Immediately nfter the chorus \Mary very active club which has been in operation ) We pre glad. to have a new memberin i 1 lowing composition walIII.lecte
Cunova, Florence Andrews, I HuthSternhcrir every school day since curly ir.. I our class) Valbrum Harrell, of one of the bust on foods. I I T.akland-The first solid carload short time install a nursery for

t / and Elizabeth Andrews November. The name !is the Before Brooker. I Trump (to woman at back <1<.101.- of strawberries of the season has gone flowers and shrubbery of all varieties: ,

showed their v'rslltlity by tinging Day Club and l the members are the We have n new quotation on the )Lady, I lost me log.I forward from (;1111 OWIl).', near hero necordi'ig to information given out at

how Mo tho Way to Go Homo." whole faculty, all the pupils and many board and. will try to live up to it, I I 1.ully-Well. 1 haven't got it here. I Thu car, consisting of 173; crates, or the office of Frank IJryson.Grovelnnd .

Every heart in the audience beatsympathetically ( of the l patrons. The object of this j "It in nlmof.t n definition of a gentleman I total of r,roo quarts of berries, was ; ;-
club In to promote -punctuality and to | Tenderfoot waif trailing n bear J. consigned to New York. -George/ W. Coffin, secretory -
the little sobbed
us boy i to "iy he is one who never inflicts of the GrovL'lund
arrive ut school not Inter than 8:30a. : track this morning and I quit. Chamber of
out of bow
story everyone piiln, by Cardinal Newman. .1 B'ooJ.S\'i11I.-Vlolets, in January in Commerce, takes leaves! of
What did! for ? Feb-
laughed MX bee-stung Hazel( in. which is the mime as 7:30: in I First Class- you quit
Middlcton at was thin heart-broken nose. little ante bellum days. The reason for i I .___ __ William Duncan. Tenderfoot-Tho tracks got too Florida, startled I't'i .eilla Platte, actress made riirny. recording( :: to information just
this early opening is to have time fora : fresh. 1 and newspaper feature writer, ; pull'a here, his resignation( hav.
boy. sa S7 ':2 i'2.25'u''u252.a2.ri .. -- -- who made u trip here recently by a'r- lag been tendered the board of directors
forty-five minute period in the 1 :{J ():: -
Tho next stunt wan the unique exhibition :- morning for physicail exercise.! Thisis \ I Food I plane from St. Petersburg. The plnnolanded some t tune uio. Thc directors
B.S'r5' II. S.
by Professor 1'ifflo of his n ruling from the state superintendent. I Bu,11G The cabbage m a very healthy :' near a bed of violets.Tampti have innde no announcement regarding : -
Precious\ I'utiignoinn Pygmies. These .. table. It l'un1JII'OWII I in most \1'1--1 I / the filing of the vacancy.
rnro little people showed remarkable ..?G7 G7 ni<;iI ,r5P5252S2S2S25ZS.'S25; I of -Eleven prisoners in the
Tho 'uf the United :States.: Kilt: some
daily of this club
program opens of Kindlons seniors jail frustrated in'lI1l'ted f'lenrwater-:MKi Roberta'
intelligence under cross-exiuulnution. I Jimmy, one our I county) wore ml Knight,
the states
with western not grow any
many alarm clocks. The is absent minded that he to I wholesale here tonight wits klllid i 1 and her ter :
They sung in the English 1 language: number ; so went bcuiusc theoCrllulI,1, is not/ very fertile. delivery >I.- Mils Nancy
next Is wild /
and n < search for 'the and when knocked down and another, escaped Lau perhaps fatally injured
waltzed and fox-trotted to American ocean, The cnbbiige i IH fixed in a negro, when the
many ways.It
dance music. enough warm lathes to keep one by the surf, looked for its! license lifter Assistant Jailer John Wilk"stinned imtomohi'e in which< they were riding
be boiled, creamed' made
from freezing, then lighting making iiiny\ or
up, crushed
number. ( buck the eleven in a singlehun",1 rn inter-city bus running
Tho most interesting of this number fires, cooking light i breakfasts, into cabbage sui ad. Cabbage is good between St.: /
was the song in their own native language I land eating a small amount with such vel'l'ttc-Allcn I'll bet' you don't for children to eat as it m healthy and maneuver.-' I i iJacksonvilleRalph early tonight.Petersburg Miss Eloise and Tampa

/ sung to that Immortal tune, rapid l mastication that tho night go; fishing because you're hun-rry, you will make them grow. E. Humphrey, third sister was seriously injured.Knight, a
"It Aain't Gona Rain No \Mo"'IThis might make a health crusade leader just want to make trouble for the 1 Etta Fuy Gill. 10, of Gretna, was dro\vned late this'

stunt included Eugene Mat- weep to behold. Politeness, neatness fish. 1 afternoon near Marietta when he fell Clparwuter-County commissionersat
thews (Professor Piffle) Sammy and tooth brushes are often forgotten Sixth Grade I from off a Seaboard Air train proceeding : their meeting yesterday endorsed

Sternborg, Melvin Futch, Owen Frlf- in the mad rush. Then after all Directly beneath this grassy mat This will be our program for next to Jacksoaville.TallahasseeJ. I plans and a request for a federal per-
Hn, William Duncan, David Moore, some of these speeders arrive five or Lies a fresmnn, once very fat, I Friday morning at our club meeting: I mit for a causeway a mile long from

Elmer McMillan, Allen Long/ Hunter more minutes lute and are marked' Stepped upon a senior's foot, Wa will open by singing/ "Americathe O. Keene, member Kicklitcr, Junior McDonnell, Merrill tardy. How pathetic. Into eternity ho now looks. Beautiful.! of the Columbia county board of county across lower Boca Ceiga. A fill to

Struth, Gerald Cox and Leo Hughes.It This program can only be enjoyed if i I I I Trio by Ben Sternberir! Gary Over- commissioners, has been reinstated make 500 acres of land to add to the
was under the auspices of the it could be put VII the screen.A English: / burber-Anything on the street and John James Rooks. in office by Governer Martin, follow present 200 acres also appeared in
Newspaper Club. -- 'air sir? I'!I Story by Ktholm White. i iI ing his acquittal of a jury of indict the program which was submitted
Jack Thornton's aaxaphone solo, A Sammy-Ves, I got a new Chicago I i I Minutes of last meeting by Louise ments charging criminal felony' and the developers. by

"Glow Worm," brought hearty ap- station. Marshburn. I malfeasance in office.
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from Fellow students just a plea for the I 1, Etnolin; White Louise Tallahassee Thi
plause an audience who ap- Salesman How would, Song by ; fedlraillame season -
preciated his excellent rendition.In care of our school building and especially you like aWoman's Marshburn, Betty Saunders! and :Mel- Tampa-R. F. Williams, 30, automobile in Florida will close on January
Home ?
"An Old-fashioned Garden," the I our rooms which are being Companion bn Silcox. I salesman was killed Instantly today :31 the state department of game and
>improved by paint. These rooms belong Teacher-I've been dying for one. i iThelma when a collision caused him to he
girls of the Basketball Club were Any announcements. Riddles by fresh water reminds nimrodx, of thesunshine
dressed in flower costume. Thelma 1 to us, so let's take the best of --It was awful twentyseven : Merrill Williams.We I, hurled from a speeding automobile land.I This means, it was

Snellgrove played the role of an old- I'I care of them.Someone freshmen and one senior injured on will close by singing "Hark tho against a telephone pole. Police are stated, that the period in which certain -
fashioned lady who lowingty watered accidently or unthoughtedly the highway. Angel's Song." searching for the driver of the cnr in nugatory birds may be slain will

her flowers while she sung "An Old- I| wrote my initials on the wall of Lois-Oh, the poor boyl! I which Williams was riding. end with the lust day of January. The
'1'the freshman home I think If Seventh Grade;
fashioned Garden." As the tlow-rs' room. I Police workIng state law covering native Florida
Delrny tonight
awoke from their sleep Thelma sang we want to be pleasantly rememberedby "I sure fall for these great open We have just drawn names, in the that were birds remains open until February 15.
our successors, we should keep ," said the bell-ringer he the on theory an incendiary
"Smilin through Again to the spaces as which We are sure everyone got
has been dried
, strains' of "An old-fashioned Garden," our rooms as attractive and free I slipped from the second story window. name they wanted and are expecting firing palm /growth In Fl'rriandlna-The Nassau Fertilizer
the flowers swayed by the breeze as from writing as possible so they may I a pleasant surprise from the other vacant lots near the outskirts of the I & Oil Company, from whose plant located -
the curtain fell. This beautiful array be able to enjoy attractive surround "Broadcasting from Clearwater: i members of the class. We are sorryto city, following the second blaze withina near the city Fernandina derives

of flowers was composed of: Lois ings while they are in high school. said the mosquito hawk ai he fell in report the absence of one of our week houses which endangered a full blockof its largest industrial payroll, during
this afternoon.
Gainey,Edna Manning, Lois Edward, I Melvin Futch. Kingsley lake. {I members, James Richard Wainwright 1 the year just closed handled the largest -

Ruth Sternberg, Natalie Marcinny, 5252.tsZ525ZSZtZ2525'SZSZ I "This Is what I call taking life which has been caused by mumps. i Haines City-II. L. Marshburn, 21, volume of business .of any pre

Elizabeth Andrews, Toleda Gainey, easy," said Gerald as he rang the was drowned 1 late last night, when the vious! year, according to reports madeto
'Mary Canova Leola Fogg, Mary Lee Reports From hen's neck. j I Husband-This beefsteak isn't cooked I automobile in which he was riding the stockholders at the annual

Wynn, Reba Maxwell, Jessie Williams right with J. W. Meredith, turned over meeting.
Frcdrika Struth and Grace Wood. "A1} right." said Miss Florence to Wife-Well, cook it yourself; you in Lake Elise, on the Dixie highway.: Fort !\Iyers-Work-is being rushed

During an intermission of ten The Clubs the honor roll pupils.Reports. didn't marry a cook. lie was pinned underneath the car. :' here on a $100,000 business
Wife (middle of ni/ht.-Get) up program
minutes the orchestra played several ... zS2St'.2 which will give Fort :Myers 13 bun.
1)) the Beach
John, I think there's a burglar in Daytona -Three kidddies'
numbers. Candy sold to the audience '
i sas wEtiquette galows, said to be tho largest
lives imperiled when stick of group
house. were a
by the girls. Club.1 j of its kind in Florida, and
From announcement -
dynamite with which they'
Husb"I"I-C..t up yourself, you were playing -
Kotowing the intermission the Glee Elise Jones and Hazel Middleton
was made today that they will
I didn't a policeman. exploded, taking three fingers/ off
Club gave two numbers which were were assigned to bring the following I i marry be
] complied by the middle of Feb-
the left hand of Estellc Stamper, !0,
not only a credit to the club and their articles for next club meeting: Oyster The Grades Glen--I'm going to kiss you. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Stan. ruary. The homes being built in

instructor, Mrs. Wall, but to the whole fork, grapefruit spoon (squirtleHs), | 1Ia7)I'I-no( answer). I 705 Volusia avenue. Lovejoy Park, will be known as
school. One of the outstanding! hits fish knife and fork, sliced (J: per
soup spoon j SSZS; i1'i7.'i 2525252saca i sasa a2S Glen-I'm going to kiss you. Lovejoy Court and are modern in
of the evening were two dances given meat knife and fork, salad fork, one i ; Hazel-(no answer.) j Lake City-Dr. and :Mrs. Guy Math- every respect.

Ruth Sternberg whose feet certainly plate, and one napkin. We are getting -I First tirade; Glen-Say are you deaf N, of this city, who were instantly -
"showed their nationality" in a down business. Miss Kay's section of first grade I Tnllahnsse-Another evidence
way right to Ilazel' -No, but you're dumb. killed in an automobile accident near that
that pleased the audience, proven by I have made quite a success recently in Valdosta, Echols county, Georgia, yesterday II Florida's elymosennry institutions
the applause given her. This was followed Literary Club I weaving/ paper mats and coloring paper Eighth Grade I hud been married about three I may soon be self-sustaining was
by the Etiquette Club's skit Tho meeting January 29! was culled i ito daffodil bowls for the windows. At the lust meeting of the club we months. They were returning from shown when tho state treasurer's department -

"First shall He Last and Lust Shall order by our new president, :Miss | The first grade has had several new discussed what our class flower would visit to relatives near Cecil, Ga., the I[ sent the Boys' Industrial
Bo First," which certainly lived up Harriet Ritch, who, began her term by' pupils in January: Dons. Hall, Hazel be. We decided to have Murshneil former home of both. school at :Mariannu a check for $50
to its title. For an encore the actors: asking for dues to help pay for a Morgan, Sloan Kimbler, Lloyd Steph- roses. for printing done{ In the school of

Elbe Jones, Wilbur Marshburn, Ruth box of make.up to be used In future I II4 elton, and Walter Swanbom. (Continued on pftite 7.) Gainesville-Bessie, 11 year old I I (Continued on page 7.)

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FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTIUAL- i I Miami-City approves purchase of I Lecsburg-$558,490 in building per- Haincs City-Sheet metal concernto 'I' ing 1U28./ I humus City-Board of Education
R" \'EIW ,! fire boat to protect waterfront. mits, issued during 1923. open factory here. Dado City-Lakeland highway, 125 I coiiHKlvring erection of now school, in'
I Tallahassee-Plans being drawn for I Inverness-New weekly paper, "In- Sebring-1025 building permits to-, miles, being surfaced with anphaltic cant fid. of tuwn.OkelchobcuConstruction.
Winter Park-$30,000 club house erection of new 14-story hotel. verness American," being! published taled $2,739,590.MonticelloLocal! material. \ of $GO-
planned for Winter Park Golf Estates j Fort Myers-City commission discusses by Roderick Arkell. streets being pay i New I'ort Rlchey-Whito way Installation 000 buHircHM structuro on North Park
Winter I'ark-New office structure erection of two new fire houses.I Starke-City buys new fire truck. ed. contract let to Gulf Utili- Street, announced.
to go on Park Avenue. j Greenacres-This place to soon have Orlando Municipal improvements : Clermont-New woodworking plant toes Co., for $1,275.FrostproofContract. 1'ampa-Allphalt Rock
Winter Park-New Koozel Garage) electric light service. involving expenditure of $3,000,000 placed in operation. let for $31- plans to locate here. Producta Co.
being occupied by Standard Auto Co. Winter Haven-$3,000,000 apart[ planned for 1926. New Smyrna-Paving of Canal at., 400, 2-story city hall. I Lakeland
Plant City-City will spend $35,-I, ment house wil! be constructed in El-|, Leesburg-Splendid progress being under way.Clermont. I I"rostprof-lJuilding operations fur Drive -City acquires Lake Morton -
000 for improving streets during 1924.. 'i oise Woods. made on city's development project. -5-story, 100-room hotel l'J25( totaled above $.JOO,000. l'almrtto-I'Jans) preparing for
Palmetto--Atlantic Ice & Coal Corporation Avon Park-Plans on foot for organizing -:I Lakeland-Local syndicate announces will be constructed. I Florida citrus shipments for one community hotel. new
plant being greatly enlarged. Chamber of Commerce. : developement of 1,025; acre tract I TallahasseeBuilding at corner| week, were 80 cars oranges and 31'J Dodo City-1925/ postal receipts to-
Bartow-New suburb to city will Lakeland-During 1925!) city completed near here. I Adams Street and College Avenue will' cars grapefruit. I taled $19,630.40.
be bent on Polk lake.TampaTampa more than 31 miles paved streets. TampaWeat= Coast Fertilizer Co., bo remodeled at cost of $50,000. Southern Bull Telephone Co., will Daytona Beach-Construction of
Electric Co., will Titusville-$200,000 school bond issue -I to construct $88,800 factory buildioj I' :'oliaml-l\Iiaml Beach to spend $8-I spend more than $9,500,000 in Florida $250,000 Senior high school building

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Uao. -.oao. OCloa 1 r I erection of new modern hospital.

0o Our _AIarys Message n Winter Haven New Poinsettia 666

o I.o 1 ( I I II I Puik Club hotel under construction.

I Haines City-Local bunks doubled In a preiicrlplion" for

A \. elJ I i sources during 1 02.>. COlPS. (.KIPPP. Fill!, nFNRLTR. BIUOUBk.YLK
1Envycu TampaSeaboard Air Line Railwaymakes ; AND MAIAItlA.
I offers for It kilt the ".rm..
0 preliminary )purchase
ul1'h(1It ] of Georgia Flol'iolllIII1.llllla
Th .tmpl l llailronj. I Use The Telegraph Want Ads
I) I 4
(' 2:H things mw after all ,
UI th* real things of ---- ---- -
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1OE3OIMOUHISSAVON .o as'U: oc use I Ufa Neither the

Owlo':: Prulu.un: :\1. G. Koine j Th-, :'.. compliment of the k;
multitude the honor We charge
ul HI.lwutha-.LolIfellow Life :u I can your
I high places H -
Mr. Ernest C. Morris, uf 01'1111'.1. .. E,"a.v of Franklin. nor the pleasures 'I 1 YES 8

and Miss Kunice L.married Saxon( Wi'dncsdaVi, of )Hump- i Uock-a-b\e, senior on the cradle tree top will; that eompenaat money buy for' can the ? ., $ Storage Battery I In ISmith's
quietly the
ton were As lung as you study 64
January 27th., ut ihp :Methodist ,ulr- rock, tmple Joy famOa s a.
nonage Rev. 1', :M Kook, performing But if you stop digging! the cradle! mile from' a loved >i 4lY t po.

the brief but beautiful ceremony.Th will fall; one or. an honest'j Fake
<- couple) left immediately fur .\ nil down will come senior, diploma tri4ll4'a ........w.-p.- a Garage i
Key West, where they will muke their and all. '

future home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Annetta Williams ,' as 't it@Y'

have many friends, throughout the ... -- -
in wishing . a
them county much, who hnppmesH.will unite : = -t

--.-- S ItE.\ I.TY 'IRANSFEKS Yr, = =


Lust Friday evening the intermediate J. J. Truby and Eva Killiaa to G. :M. .

boys of the Baptist !Sunday school Inman-Lots 3, t lilk. 1 in Starke, ,, w.lAln' -
and a number of their friends were Templets add -
entertained at the :Muldleton home on L. II. Hill and wife to :Mrs. Emma I ,0tyJ
:\ piCKtoiti I
iiNvis 1(11) I
Madison street, by :Mill Helen CuUvkill. \ I' l'ro"ior-l2:! 1-2 acres 1V5-22.: WOUI.U'OU TK\DK\ I'LACKS' i ', routine of life that most women N
S. Holder and wife to Walter lindsay87 -
muttci .f It is
u "I'{' i a course J
Games and contest were enjoyed : acres 3I572J.Stlma Apparently Possessing K:>cr)tnni! < impo ible; fur( \ her CI. show herself on u

during tho evening, after which the I ; holder to W. Lindsey-'Pra't \\ orlh'hll", She Tells Readers th i i let i her ivui HollywooJt'uiut C t l-s. *'

hostess served her guests with sandwiches in Sec.722.. i>f lir.idford County '1\.le- \. t '" I.., I ik+ hlcrull fallowed about I I
and hot ehorolute. I H. I. Ames and wife to Anthony graph That Beauty fame I li; cimviK,l sin .annul go to u theatruwillioiil
Those enjoying: this affair were: Kuvocik -Tiuct 21, 23-0-21.: \nd \\ 'lIlth 14 not ,1 1 Aping 'm" after the house is i r _
Louise* Thede! of I.awU-y; Paul Knight, It. M Crosliy: and wife to H. R I All. dark and hiding; herself in a box; she; .

den :MeMilIan, Clara Louise Peek, KO nues H-G-21. t leanmt walk in {piatc', travel in peace* i
Wilson and Louise. Hayes., June Mullen, Catherine K.: Havis to Robert Vriaik :. IIUKIAIt"S: MKSSACii: : ': : nor d> nn.vlhintr outside tho gates of I vurnexfCarshouldbeaBUICK
Gary Ove-rstreet James Lewis Junior -I lot in htarke:; on Walnut st I ,i her home and studio She i is a pris- I
McDonald Elolso Bitch and Lester Jacob,, Kothlis and wife to (i. :'II. i| 1 his is not tho report of an interview :i user in a eii"e that few people lei t

Price Kobirmon.KVIKItTAIN, Inmun-2 OucreM l'J-5-22. but the impressions of many'i i uh/.e. i
----.---- I U. M. Delk and wife to II. l I"'. Rene weeks spent at her i studio, during I, ,
In older, that this be better under-
: AT UHIIM.K: fioe- lot in New River. which time I had not one but several
; stood, we must back to the earlier
I K. I K. Stump and wife to Louis Kahr talks with her. I saw her at work( go
A most deliirtful bridge purty of the strained Mary Pickford, the starry eyed little
-10 acres 32622. worried ray\ busy and idle
post week wan given by Mr. and :Mrs. Lenura Saxon and wife to J. W. Written KHperiully: fur Bradford (girl five years old dragged by the For Sake Headlights with iteeringwheel .
at their home on hand of fate from the childhooJ Comfort's/
E. M. Johns Friday Wattcrson-SI-2 Blk 5 in Hampton. County Telegraph (control which make nlghc
Walnut street.Nareissus Julian games she was beginning tolovc. At Th Better Buick offer every driving a pleasure.Fo .
A. K. Dunhimi to Ellery M. Davis : ( By Arthur.)
and a profusion of Japonicas this tender age she mnde her first appearance ordinary motoring comfort,
Lots. 1.2,3, lilk. 15 in Stnike in Temple's Sake
wero combined in decorations, She wants to walk down the street on the stage in Toronto Canada sad many that are exclusivelyBuickt ? Economy's
which proved I to be most effective in add. I hanging on the linn of the man she her birthplace. The stage has i Easier o.t.rtlnlne"does" No other car has the "SealedChassis"
J. B. Thomas and wife to R. K, high-.peed starting motor
the reception rooms where the curd! Thomas11,11 acres 22-7-20 ,loves and idle in front of shop win- never been her choice. It has simply It. Smooth ",running from the "and The the"Sealed"Triple Chassis"lower Se.ledI
arranged. Throughout th" dows talking the she been the thing for which she scemu'l l I Control I Engine.
tables were / over things sees; go-Automatic Heal
and .
C. L. Peek wife to G. A. hunt r costa by enclosing -
games delicious candies were served. Ji.-40 acres 2!>-G-22. she wants to drop in at a movie or I best fitted and through all the )"I'i !. an exclusive Buick featureEauer every operating part
of of auction show .nd stroll that followed she stuck grimly to | tieering-Buick'i 5-con-
A number progressions Emily Abbott to J. M. :\Iutt--Ii lots see a t out with the inside dint proof oil-tight
bridge were enjoyed, after which Ulk H in Ward City. crowd loitering at will ; she wants/ togo work because of the necessity. I I trol-iurfa ateering and gear it em.the. housing while "Triple Seals"
prizes were awarded !Mrs. It. I'. shopping when she feels like it, Fortunately for hl'r. a fine old fashioned moil expensive molt clot. every' engine point of
M P. !Mathenv and wife to John M. I cleat type today. din and the dirt
einbroidere.ltoust mother surrounded her with entry to wear
Dunorcst wax given an :\1"tt--:14: 18-7-20. stop at counters and look over the ,
Met IIH the ladies high score Irving/ acres Wershaw to Florida LunJSiilc I bargains; shy wants to drop in on her love gave her the sympathetic guul-1, I For Safety's Sake causes.

prize, \V. M. Wainwright was presented > Corporation lots In Blk 1 I.lIampt..n I. neighbors and l have her ne'irhbor once of true understanding and thus j I Buick surrounda withevery For Value's Sake I
with u smoking set, us. high prize Pnik. drop in to see her; she want, in fart nerved )her naive wholesomeness. The you !
nature of her and teachers but the ordinary protection At present price,. Buick with
the are
for the KpnlleniPn.riiu simple everyday things that n .
A. A. Ourden and wife t" Gustav : i then adds Buick protection I all of its added comfort, safety,
consolation prizes, deck of earjiwan matter of course to most women. nature of her work prevented her haying Buick dependability, which
Dettc and Chester (:JeduldmK--HO and economy, Is easily .
(given !Mr mid Mrs J. C. Hubmsuii. acres 25-7-21.; She has never had these things and what her heart eiaved. In her own I I I take. you and brings you back greatest automobile value in ion
KcfreKliniL'iitH of chicken salad. ;Mis :Maria Thornton to A. T. GieenIa Mary Pickford wnnts them poignantly. words "I greatly missed the play sandwiches thips, HaltmiM, of my childhood( und tho opportunity mechanical 4-wheel brakes
>l II t in Illk. I 11 in L. T. & If want finer
Starke. traniporta-
I with no liquid in them lo expand you
fruit cake, coffee and l hot thiieolutu Vs. add Heie Is a young in the piuiiiof ,> for really: 'giving away' to u spirit of I contract or leak away. tion at lower cost come in and
were nerved the |?uoHts. i It. II. Slurkey to A. O. liceKhley life positively starving for the sun- gay abandon that only children ever And Buick Controllable Beam see the Better Bulckl
Those enjoying thin affair were: i' reach. That is one reason why I get
Mr. Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mr. 17 acres 22-6-21. ,. 22; 2)0:) acres 18-5-22; SU acres i9-5-: such pleasure playing child, roles they
and Jo::. .1/. Dowling+ and wife to L, V.
Mr. and !Mr 22; Wt acres 20V22.BROOKER. give me the chance to play what I was
unit Mrs. A. Z. Adkins D..wlin/t-1-2/ interest in !Ii acres in _._n __. __ THE BETTER BUICK
I". "'. Stump Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. Hub.innon Starke. denied when I was a lillle girl."
!Mr and !Mrs. It. K. Demurest, I As she and
Bonita S. Tison to F. F. Stump grew up success crowned -
Mr. und :Mrs. O. L. Iteasley, Mr. and f I II 1-2 'acres 27022. Brooke, Feb. !>.Mrs. E. J. Ward her there still was no chance for
'Mrs.: J. L. Peek Mr. and :Mrs. Edward: K. W. Hayes and wife to :M G. land 1 I 1 son, Dclbert, left Sunday for her to play as others of her age were LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

ISuriiH, Mr.. Henry and :Misileen Al- Lantfford\ and W. T. I.'im'hpr-Ii acres ]!r i, Tampa where she will spend I a few able to do Just as in her earlier I J. M. Smith Manager.
vure-/ i ilavs with her years she had sacrificed childhood l to
1 IO-C-22. husband E. J. Wan!
Baker Bradford Columbia
and Union Counties
--- --- T. B. Pinholsfer] necessity she now was 1 beginning tsacrifice .. ,
attended the
I.II"EIIIItlll1( ) ) ; :: ".\11'1'I Fonda K I! Inman and husband to union t i
I :Mike :Muiucn 10 ]lots in !Starke inKverlj's I nioitinir\ at Antioch tturday. her natural desire for

An enjoyable event of Tuesday add :Miss Arden Brown left Saturday simple, normal round of life. :1"," ,:t,--.-.-.-__._._ ___'_.--..-.--.-----
niiifj was the bridge party. (given"V"-I'l Vanilla Inman and husband to JaiobRothlis for Miumi, where she. wil! spend sometime And so we runic to the !Mnrv P c'kfnl'lL .

Mr. and !\II'''. J, U. Uohmsnn at their ;I -I acres 2t-i-22.! ( with her |prire'nts. :Miss Bri\\n, of today. Few )people realize ] -.---- --- .- ------ ----.-- ..-. - -
hence on Madison! street The leeep- r.ffle: :Miner to R A. Green --K; 1-1 was a member of the school faculty how far into the tiny corners of the -- -- -

Lion rooms were l beautifully decorated lots C.. H in Blk. I 1C in :-;turkr.A. here for the past term. She has' ninny world this gnl's "popularity)' 1'/u'h'.1 I

with Japonicas and fern, which provided I A. lUinlen and wife C. 1 Jo::. Harper friends here that regretted to see liar Her nine,il\ is laden with letters in every'jlanguaire j'

| an altriutise. setting i for I this. and wife to Iliimplon Bench 11.\1.] leave She is. the only woman .n
del -htful oft'.i ir, and on the lanlInldcH I opment ('n.-- 1 10S ucies 21-7-21. i< Miss Lillie :Mae 1 Anderson s1,t tithe !putuie = who is socially honored In' c>

mints were served, during the LukeKmiraliv Development ('o., to. week-end at Lull with her parentMi I the teal rovallies; of Europe.Vh.'n Jliis tor
icuni" first lilies, |prize. u vanity set, I lev Heights No 1. M 1. :Molt[ were biisiiun'. visitors; ti,\ crowd the Platforms for a than 'e''

was l presented 10 :Mrs O I. I L. llenslpy, Lnki Kimrslev Development Co to I Giunesvdle; ; Sin Lurday. glimpse of her And with all of thi-, a .
and the first K<.ntlemen's, Prize, a i K.: \InVI'nLuis 1. 2 in Ulk 0 in !Mr anti Mrs.( I.. :Morgan and chil- .she IK Mist a dimming wistful )young i,
snaking. set, was won by O. I.. Hens-1: Luke Kintri-lfv Heights No. 1. ilnn of Sturke, spent Sun 1 lty herewith woman happy In the love of a devote! 11 i
'. John L. Hnivey and wife to Howard :Mr and :Mrs. J, J. Morgan./ husband but still nttssin:; the things;: | is
hey.A lovely heait-shnpud box of eunly.wai JI. n'lc'r-IO acres 16522. :Misses Free Wynn and Arden Brovvp her less famous neighbors accept us

(given to :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins l is I J. F.. Yeller to F.:. F' Klumb-3 acres were visitors to Hampton Wednesdiyafteinoon 1 matter of cour.....

consolation (gift for the ladles, wide: I j jn 14822. I You may wonder from this if she the
cigarette ease was accepted by J.jL. I.. J. Hopkins and wife to L. It.l Mr. und :Mrs. L. It. dainey werr 's happy with her lot. The answer i* place :

Peek as the ifpntlenicn'H conMob.linll. Green-20 acres 16622.J. visitors tci" Waldo] ) Tuesday. evening.II. V"". lint even tho reason for her
I I \\'. Johnson and wife to J. II. P. Gniney made a business' trip being hnppy in spite of missing the
. Delicious! refreshment- fruit (re-l titch12 acres 2R- -21.C. to Jucksonv! Saturday.. 'hings; she craves is in itself n simple to bUl

at inc salad sandwiches. cheese straw, W. 1 Kdwards: und wife to Jo::. L. I.. O. llaen. of Gainesville, spent 'hing: her work makes others happy. } -
marguerites and hot chocolate with :)( Pope-00 acres 3-7-10 I the week-end here with his parent Therein lies her (compensation. She* i
whipped! irenm were ervi-d. A valen-j\ Tonson Bryant and wife to MM.Hettie )1 r. nnd 1 :Mrs C.V.! Hazen. 'ins learned that service to others I.' I

tine "__.".._. Placed on each plate as fuvm Cloversetlle:! acres 12822.S. (:. W. and L. O. Hnzen motored tr ,'h" one coin that pays nil the de'its yourRadiolas.

ors. llol"'lor and wife t-,-< H.--. -s_. i WH.;,>,.himk... New !River Saturday_ afternoon.. JM> .,weour hearts.TRAiN Ir
Thp (guests included: ; r. and :Mrs. _-5 acres: :3;-7-i2.---! Livingston Rues of WaUlo. i U her' i SCIIEIU'LE( il'rM1, a ;: .
C. D. :Shank; of J'konvilleIr., ; : and !I"', II. Spiiher and wife to 1'. II.: I spending n few days' with his pnrents "- IW.,:...... ,. '
:Mrs. O. 1.. Ileasley, Mr. and l :Mrs J. I.. J..hll.-l1 1-1 acres 21721. :Mr. and :Mrs Vance Russ. _
l'el.k.Ir.! and :Mrs R. I"'. !Demores*. I It. It. Wynn and wife to T J. Dur- Rev. 1.V.. Kickbter, of !Stark"' New time table effective 12:01: a. m.

:Mr. and ;Mrs.' J. :M. :\1 it clll'lI.11': and, denr 1-1 acres 217-21. I was in our town Snturdiv nfternoon. I December 20th 1925.; :
;Mrs. A. :/. \dkniM, :Mr mid :Mrs. T.. j I Powell-Smith Co., to Mrs. Sarah J. 1'. .\. (','oMhy and son Huuh Butler No. I I. Jacksonvile to Tumpa, due I RCA Loudspeakers

W'lIlIln.Ir.; and, ;Mis lldwm-d: Hums, i King-IU' acres 27-6-22. I attended,! the annual mt
:Mr. and Mrs' N. Mcinbcru; "'r- and,' i Powell-Smith ('n. to :Mrs. J. M. Wall :, tioi'h S itiinl la\: '. No.3. Jacksonville to Tampa, due
I H.! V. I Ila/e'i. r>f Waldo, \\\>ilnesdav RCA AccessoriesWe
Mrs K.: :M J..hnM.Ir. ; Lesl!Turner 10 acres 27-0-22.) spent' !''Horke. 12:52 p. m.
Hid !Miss Ailien AlvareIHMIION /. Martha C. Herndon to (;. A. Hunt here with his parents :Mr.. ami :, No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Peters I
.---- Jr. -10 2."i-i-2J.: I :Mrs C J. \\'. Hazen.
-- -- -- I -- acres burg, due Starke, 12:22: p. m. |
.\ : .XL II. II. :S. :NEWS Clement Studley! and wife G.V.. 711 And Van Dukes of Dulcc i No. 30J Jacksonville! to West Palm
Bradley Jr.-fi acres l3-fi-2J. spent Snirlsiv, hero with :Mr. nail :Mrs Beach due Starke, 10:02: a. m. are glad to announce that we

S-I'\11I1.; :; .1" j John L. Harvey to Anthony Stocker II. P Gnnev t No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville due : have been selected: by the Radio
:T r 522.A A hinge crowd of Young folks from .
The Vieetmur was called to order\ by acres Starke 4.23: a. m. | Corporation < America to sell \
I ht-ie onied| n social at the home c.f
Wood and the A. Diirdcn und wife to L. I.I.i No.4. Tampa to Jacksonville due
the president Bruce : :Mrs C. I' Col"on Sntufdiv: : nit ht. and service Radiolas RCA
i 21-7-21.\ Loudspeakers
W\'nll-Ii acres
.Keluiol, song was sung, after which followed ------.-_...:. Staikc 4:20: p. m. | I *
1 Clement' Studley and wife tr G. W. No. 301 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville -
] n discussion, of how the money ll.r \\', st Palm Bench-Excnvati'-n ">..- I RCA Accessories.
Jr. S -2J.
I Bindley acres Starke 6.00 m.
shoulil 1 be due p.
made Niiiht spent
Stunt '
I ivi'" fur now Olive; Avenue Y. M ( .\.
1 W. G Seals and wife :Martha
in to Starke and Wannee Branch. Radiolas
:Miss Brown read! n list of ways buil.liniYoun'. RCA Loudspeaker
which it might be well spent. A motion I Houser2 lots in Hampton Blk. II. i I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. I. $15 to $575 $18 to $245
Lake Co.
Kinirsley Development to
was limed that oitiinittec\ comnoncil I D C. Heirs[ 2 lots li1! 11 in Lake I I No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p, m.
\l- -- I Convenient Tim Payment} It arrangedSmiths
Brown and the <
of :Miss pre may
II Afraid J GRIFFIN Agent
I Wife T. .
Kinirsley Heights 1. ?
rent of the "sseml" >l>' and l of the classes I I I
deride definite I Julius Bnikowtt: and wife t" Annie
should meet and
ways In which the. mom)' will he spentto 1 R. Kiei-evvetter acre 21022. I[ To Eat Anything"I Colds Cause 0 rIp and Influenza I

tho ndvrntatre nf. the sehool The ,I Betty Cloveis 'ttle, t.t als., to MI 1.1 L .XATIVR BROMO JblMNE I Tabu-Is" nmomttm .
committee Is to subm the decision to San-ent-Tract 12-8-2J.: was afraid to cat because I !always iailiuFlu.r 1s only HIM Dromo Qiiinluc ,
the assembly ut the next meeting to 1. M. :M Sar'ont: and wife to Edna B had stmneh trouble nfter- t:. W iKO\: > lianiw-ir.i oo 1>0.I\ > I
be Voted on US they think best Th"mas-'frlle-t 12-8-22. I| wards. Since taking Ad'erikn I can II I Filling Station
I Tax Died to Mrs V. K. Supp-3 oat end feel fin'.." (signed ) Mrs A. J
Th*>se books were domiit l to the TJlrnrv I. acres 11-0-20. Howard. One spoonful' Xillerik'i Habitual Constipation Cured I
bv :Mrs.' R. !I"'. ("Imlt-, a'id :\1 rK. Kate Livingston et ills., to Dun removes G VS anti often: brinKs surprising in M to :21 Days ... STARKE, FLORIDA
U. I). Miner: J"ree- I lots In Starke In L. T. & 'I relief to the stomach. :Stop; "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U for a specially-Habitual
English suet! 1:11"1:: CD'S.' mid. prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatlve
ricrmuir, ( that full bloated feeling. Removesold It relieves promptly and
(krl1llnictJonnry\ I John I,'. Cahill to .1. I.. ll.irvey Realty waste matter from Intestines and should taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
Litf :\Ii..erllbles-Vlctol'. Hugo; Elements Co.-81O ncies 10-1-22; HO' acres 11.:;. | makes. you feel happy and hungry. Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
of Botany-Bergen; :MechanicalIrawingLocke 22; 10 acres 11. .22; 110 acres 15-*>- Excellent: for obstinate constipation.Sold Regulate Very Pleasant lo Take tot

; Profitable Poultry 22; 215 acres 1G-5-22; 2H5 acres 17-1-; : by all leading druggist oer botlla. -- .. ..



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I several months. Her condition\ grew I no Quinine Thnt Does Nit Affect The \1cniSRrrauac ; I I-DI.I1ICAL ANNOI'NIEMKNTSVOII : :

I worse the first part of lust \\'I''kI nil.! rf Its tunic sat, InxntlvcfTivt. LAXA
fEiNT-A-DR% O ] most of her near relatives! were at TIVE IIKOMO Qt l ININK. .: tlnhtimt' oiiu iV tiilnnv MFI'KKSKNTATUK: :
i D by .ovnniwHhntit. ." mi1. in \n" u-minr rliullnjillttirfiiiitiiiv '1'\. ,In- H.ri. nf llrmllonl, 1411111-
:?}- Hits of LocalIistoi'iiiaioii -{;? I i the bedside when the end came. Iu his Ill-oil. KVM.KUV; "I 1.' :SO.. .v I tnki> IliU mrthiKt nf .",..."",,'.n.. mrrnti
I ;Mr,*. Ward! who was :Miss Annie No Wnrma' In I.riil.I I tirnmliio faltliful jiti.l J iffimnt ttprv.
UCOLUMNWANTED Ciinovii was born i in Jacksonville I the a Healthy ChildAll n., I M.iMicit, your. nuffi-i i.. **.

I I Slaughter! ( of George: 1'. nnd 1 I ha tin Cn- I'hllilrru. trottbli'it with WdrniH, liavn an tinhiallhy Ii. '|1..r"II,'. '1'. II rlMIOI I I ITU.
cvlnr. which 10dkDI.r W.KH!. soil ..arulp.
|In.n. She was married to Warn") ------- -- ---
""'''' In nice! or .II-M miminfh cllstuthanmC.KOVE'S
--- I I'. Waul in 1SS-1< at Sanderson, Fli.Mr. TASTELESS: cliill TUNIC lvrn sits. liKiKNTA1IM: : I' .:
;; ;) :Mi ;::: i i,. >it lll1lh,'" T. S. rritiUarlvurtwoot ,,. ,
Concerning Our People, Business and and :31 t.*. Ward m .\0\i to lluxlev\ ( thrai writs will enrich Ito "10..1. tin Minrr' i i'i th \.i. .r iiiii.n .1.1 I II <\.iitiu
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I Will..m:1.11'1: ,.' .!- ,- it pmve the luli'nilim.Bnil, ait iu a icnc; Progres of the County and Totvn. -rJ; I I I (!'cii immediately, after I tile taut rl'utiti. cabS Tunic tn the whulti ayMpiik Nntiim will thou I. .' in.-, fi. ,Ill I II'., I H. I II"h -.,I.I .. I '"
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il.I .1",1' l'iliiini\ 11. I i. l I..1.1'
i FARM: --For rout at Thercssn and :Mr.i Ward became editor and l proprietor threw off at dlxpol thu mirmii iud iStt'til\t\<1..11I... 111 I turn I"":"t
I farms! for sale. 1>. K. Knight.: I ef the Huxley liaivicr., which grew to perfect bealto. fkuuaui to take We pet &
t.l.OIKiK: I MM' Si. I la<"l. > I""inlroe
Q Qg QQg ccc ri cc === !''and hoc tile I influential under his i diI -
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FOR S\LE-Goo,1 safe horse
C. V V.? Knight of Jacksonville, :; hats, family I rci'tion. i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
was Spring popular prices, nttra- for Sale. Seven yours old. L>. K.:
in town Sunday afternoon.S. tive models, und the prices will 'surprise Knight I i In 1887 M h'. and :'oh'"al'd moved + + .A 'llNlt.
to Jacksonville) where :'dr.'t'artl
you; $3.1(0( $ I.OU, $.'>.l>0 to $ ..50.l1..rltlln's. I 1'1'11'ti + + ( '" Tastclvsrt chill Tunic leslore
V. Andrews, of :Morriston, was : FOR SALE:-Itluck :Minorca Cockerels ed law until 11'11:111'\ : <'n the. family ;ij IIAUVKV M. SNYDKK) + Knrrily: und Vitality by rurlfylni) and
$:J.OO each breed from. [ moved to Douglas. lia.:
transacting business in town Monday. at ; good to + Enricliinrf: tim III.."I. When you frel inHlrenutlirniiiri.
Gary Knnis and 1 Walter Wills, of K. L. Browne, near Green's Dairy Socially prominent anti having u ; + )Embalmers License No. :30t + IIIVI/t"Tlltinll.tT.t, sea how
Maurice Langford Monday Tampa at the home ofi large family collection in South Georgia + +
spent were visiting I I 1
FOR SALE Hatching eggs from nnd Flo..ida.lrR.: "'lIr,111" widely It brlniis: color l I. the cheeks and how
transacting business in Gainesville. i :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan during 1 + :Miirticiun with I). ('. Jones +
I the irood laying strain white Leirhorns known and 1 had a )host of friends in + + il Improve! the appetite, you will then
Don't miss "TI11 VULTURE." I I $l.fiO per getting. F. J. Puttee I I Ioth states 'I'hp large number of + t4TA IlK I':, FLORIDA I + nptirrrlato Its trim tonic vitluc.

| Four color lithoyraphed syrup label, Starke. Fla. 2-S-ll ]I friends of people who attended! the 1 + + Grove's Tasteless. chill Tonic U simply
i JI funeral including her Iron atud! rmlcd la Soplrnsnat
Quinine >
I townspeople, + tms| R/rlll"|
S. E. Ritch, was transacting business printed with your name and complying; I WANTED I D.i> .phone I-Ninht; phone :.Vlw! +
10, 20 or 10 acres, and of the family from other + even chililren likn, it. Thtf blest, !
in Jacksonville Monday. I I with the law, full length and halfsize +
with or without building. Give cities, attested the esteem in which 1 + no"dll QUININE;; to Turify It tint IRON to

.: at the Telegraph office. I' location and price. Jason, euro Tele she wan 11<'\\.1. She was: a devoted I. + Enrich it. IVmroys/ Muliirlul. ilrnns and!
Mrs. H. D. May, of Theressa, was t +
graph. 2-5-1t' member of the :\I.tholt.t l church and 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Irlp (icrfu by its Strrntitheiiinit: luvlitorntuilt -
a visitor to town :Monday. I I I llollis Knight of the University ofI I 1 1I KITiict. 6lcPenetrates) .
until her health fuilcil! took 1
a prominent
I I I Florida, spent the week-end here with 'FOR SALR:-New parlor, overstuffed '
i i in religious work.Besides .
J. E. Stryker, of Hampton, was a his parents, Col. and :Mrs.: D. K.: three piece velour suite. Very nvu part A TEST OF YEARS ---
I her husband : Word
Mrs. ittsurvivt.ti
i I I j. .
business visitor to Starke Saturday.) iI Knight. 1 .. Call at former Darby 1 I
I by three? sons, George; D.Wiird .
| place 2-5-It"
I 1 of Jacksonville I 11..'. J. Frank Throughthe
Don't miss "THE VULTURE." I :Mrs. Harold Duke, who has been ; I N the* K\prrinr: <. of This. Slnrkc
I'' i FOIl. SALE-(:Miscellaneous) Arsenate Ward of Miami i and Preston Ward, I
spending the pant month with rel.i- 1.I: of Lead!, Calcium Arsenate and of I Douirlus, (in.; t three daughter*. Mr'!. Skin Clear
J. n. t'ott, of Brookcr, was transacsting tives in North Carolina, returned to I :
!1 I I'aris Green for Tobacco beds also I ens. Grantliam I 'of Fitzgerald I .I (lii. ; Arr you miHernMe, with I nil uchintr
business!!! in town Wednesday.Jennings her homo here Suturday. .
,, Bordeaux Mixture, at wholesale :'II!, ... Nell Critrher and :Miss :Marie .I back? Keel tired ni-rvous nnd rundown

I prices. II. F. !Noyes: jInx .IOI! Valclosta. | Ward, of Douglas fin.; MX brothers, ? I JIll you lIu\ daily I headaches! to the Bone
Bowden, of Inverness was New fast color material 29c On.
illr.7.y spells and ,
i A. H. Ciinovu, of Jacksonville, ; Piril I Il. i 111111") IIR iirmnrv ilisI I
in the city Wednesday. a yard at Sternbersf's. ., I II II I LUMBER FOR SALE-All kind, I E.: anil, E. E. Cit tuna, of St a rkc', Fill ; I orders, ? Thenvliv' not I tnki-, t the' advice.1
I I' of Starke icsii'rr.t! who '' ',
I I a i sit < oJ a. Uniim-nt Culled MexicanMustang :
W. R. Cnnnvu of Lake N. I
Crepe and silk dresses, plain colors. '1 I Mr. nnd,! :Mrs. O. A. Andreu, and l { rough and dressed. Let me figureon 1 City; O. you do it:"i.l feii'Ml lastiiikT relief. by us- I : l has Power
ICmiovtt of Waldo. !Ma. T. R. Stnuifte
and !
your next bill. Delivered wher"you ; I Injr' Poan's Pu,11' Btiin.lnnt i d'uretirlo
I ( --a
and figured, $8.50 and, up.) Morgan's.Mrs. daughter Thclmu and Azalche Kid<-
(Canova .of Los Anirelfw two sisters, I II'II.e
liter, of Stuart, visitors here want it. Joe Griffin Starke, ; ; ;h" Uulin.\- I II.I i is n Stnrke
W'ldwood.1 I were i Fla.li1onp.! \ mile north of Kin RI [I :3 011'! ". W. I II. Chace, of South Jackson. that I the y ur:. liaM-n'l i-lmn)(ed. A lilllin 1 I.n It i f-l I i 01".1'1" ur ,11 .Jittitf
L. M. DeShn, of during the week-end. I I ley. 1-22-31.: \ille, ani Airs.: .1. B. :Mann of San.lor-\ Why not profit, by it? I IIn..1 iiiu' "iii i''\P i .ilntnic, ...11'' ,hr. onllmhir ,,

spent tho week-end l here with her parents I I son, !l"ls.! and a number of grand :\ I II. <=tnn.., ll. W.-ilnul St., ,ntt'l 11,1 antI IT MUI u Mill 11.,1| | Iuitl.ri
., ,
Mr. and :Mrs. W. II. Struth. Syrup ]labels, all kinds and sizes, at children.! Ti nip-U ii hut. Feb. 1 1st. says: "I "ul1'"o.1111! kidney! ) trouble I Mt'Vlran 10.\ hl ln""M nitlilonul 1 t I M',tit.. "ISM KnnwuUN amit "
I FOR SALK-(Cotton Seed( ) Good _._ und baik burl u I
[ the Telegraph office. -- -- my < t ,.*. mil'hnrllii'N ii m'r I hut MM icrritm <
Mis Iva hodges of New River, was : I I quality Upland, 1'lanting Seed at LeesburgManufacturing: company I had! di,ray, nervous, beu'lm lies l"l). My | ''<'rio riItc, |mtii' IN ilm* in MM' IIIHMUM)

in town several days last week visiting -' 'I $1.00 per bushel, also small quantity I established here. for production, of )kidneys didn't. i"t r-;:ht i-ithT.' DonnVi I"ii'i'rat hug ...'"Iii It ir*..-. I thigiiHli, tin'
| Messrs. L. A. Brown, J. B. Lewis, genuine Sea Island Cotton seed I I Tills relieved. mi-." utiT l III Mri i.f Ilm K1n without ninth it*
her si..terIrs.: Mallory Thomas. ]!i, R. II. Green und T. D. Pinholstcr, of grown In l'J2": guaranteed fertile patented hollow tile NEARLY !KortJ YKAKS: lAtER ..r" in",'"* of MlnU'r. rIght to "It"' tire ipot

1 Brooker, were transacting business !ln at $3.00 per bushel. In even weight :\1 n. Stnnsc-I!! snid1 "IIHt\'l'n't had l any I It I H tiot I Ilk,, (he nmrtlnn. MtroiiitItiirnlim
KissimmeeNew!: Hank\ of Kixsimmeo inliliii'm usually known ni llnlini'itu
Men! You can find plenty of town :Monday. sacks, f. o. b., Valdostu. H. F.Noycs symptoms of kidney complaint sinceI No. nmttrr i if nil uilii'i ,nil'II,, l tr
snappy shirts at Sternberg's. i ., Box 40!J Valdosta, Go. l-29tf:! op..ned.i. last recommended I (loan: s Tills., I niilirikiliH.luivi| | fnlltMl. you Mill h not In

I Trie hOc, at nil d"'rs. Don't ,hisitupsIitt.I, Mlltl' Ml-hM'llll MllNlltlUfIJnliiH
Brooker ( et your next pair of shoes at I\'OU-Are in business or have ... simply ask fur" kidney, remedy -Itf'tI ',tii i \It ...I l I.n c''',''', I IMIIIIN, Inn,I
A. B. Surre'ncy, of was ',. Sternberg's, we fit'em right. anything to Fell, nothing will\ bring |I lie. /In sPill"!) tb.-, .11 that Mr.. ."ti'N .i.iii, 1 xii. ntiki' a vidnabto, r<'iitiMlliftt \\ t..
transacting business in town Thurs- | I more results than good advertising. I I Stansell bud. I-'oster-Milhurn Co., > lit tlu> .litum'. nt nil tlnioH Ml itriiK-'

day afternoon. j,I! !Mrs. W. W. Wiggins, who has been Sec me at Young's Store fur signpainting i Mfr, Huirnlo' N. Y ii Iii.. utul, I wlmliutnliT, sill MlNtuilK Mill
i '""n'' or run Kill It ter you
of kind. Auto Lettering
I I'here visiting her IisterlrR.. G. H. I any Church ServicesST.

Miss Leila Sapp, of the Ileilbronn Bennett, returned to her home at Ma. windows, muslin signs. lowest I ,
the visitors prices Starke :Sign:; Company, Box -
Springs section, was among Gu., ,Pc
con, Sunday.
to Starke Saturday. I I 3-13 Rtarke, Flo., :Mail Orders, appreciated. -

Robert Clarke, of I;tIll k\!, has built .1 I J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE
"VULTURE Wednesday, Feb. .
The bungalow cottage on his WANTED!: -Stave Blocks, will pay
a neat property -
17. Buy your tickets now. 73;; & :3.:>c. j I .; for ST. MARK'S
i.C 0
on State road No. 3, which will $ > per cord pine or cypress

h occupied, by :Mr. McRtcvens and stave blocks 33 inches long! six
DoBcl of the University of ( I St. Mark's. Episcopal church: Sunday -
George ,
wife.-Clay County Timcis. inches up in diameter, free from
Florida, spent the wek-end here with I Knots and turpentine ratfaces. Block services at IDOl: a. m.

his mother, Mrs. D. I. Ames. j I' cord is 4 feet 33 8
high in. wide.
Legal: blanks for sale] at the Telegraph CHURCH: OF CHRIST. AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
'l feet long. Address Roaz Barrel I _
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill, of Lawtey, office. Company, Ptilntka, Fla. l-15-10t-3- :Meets every Lords Day) ub 10 u. m.

were among the visitors to town Sun- I I :Miss Iris Epperson, of the Florida 19. I for Bible Study and Scriptural' Com STARKE FLA.HATTKHV .

day. |I I State College for Women Tallahassee munlon. See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cur 11:

nil spent the week-end here with her WANTED FARMER TO TAKE 23-29 t

Everwear Hose for ladies i, ,parents, Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. CHARGR-.Of) 80 acre farm, with "
colors from 50c up at Stern1berg's. 23 acres cleared, with comfortablefarm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: -
house, barn, kitchen, meat Thomas Hanson Pastor
|I Rev.
__ I house Good stock range, shade trees I school 10:00 > -........ _._._.__._.._.._,,_.___ .. .....- ._..__..__
Titusville Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, :Mr. Sunday a.m.
Miss Margaret Long, of and ;Mrs. F. A. Scott returned good 1 well of water. Would give II Morning worship, 11:00: ) a. m. 00I
mother I
has been here visiting ( !
several day from a trip to Ormund Ratur'l permanent tenant good opportunity, B. Y. P. U. service, 6:30: p. m.
Mrs. F. II. Long, for days.
I Land. While in the latter place they if interest shown in place. For particulars Evening worship, 7:30: p. m.

visited,j the Volusiu county fair. write, S. J. Denmark, (owner Mid-week service, Wednesday 7:30 I ocaoi ior=io OC3OI lotaoLJntt
Graham was
Thos. Oldham of I I ) Room 4 Arcade lildir.. Lakeland, I p. m. :

transacting business in town Sntu'--| ;3lis't < Mona und Blanche Alderman Fla., or Box 221.1 :Mulberry Flor- I We invite you to worship with us. t Guaranteed

day. of the Florida Stale College for ida. 1-22-Ot The Circle meeting of. ll! W. :M. S I t 8 Flours Service and

I Women. Tallahassee, spent the weekend I of. the Baptist church will, he held

Who is the VULTURE Th.'nt..l'"elll1esday. ? n mystery, here with their parent, Mr. and :'oms.lW OF CKOIMilADIKS: : :Monday afternoon February. I Service) ; SatisfactionStern's /

play-Gaiety :Mrs. (i. W. Alderman. : .\'l' DOI'CLASJacksonville. 2:30: o'clock lit t the home ...f1.: ..". (iI I'.

February 17. i A. KnUht.:: All! ladies' of the church .
-- I Feb. 1. .Funeral services I
suits for sprint are cordially invited, lo iittend.PRESBYTKKIAN !. Garage
New !
:U-pants ;
Little Miss Louise Thede of Law- ] of :Mrs.V.' I'. Warm l, C9, wIfe of ,

tey, spent the week-end here with her jit SternbenrV.K. ( Warren 1'. Ward ordinary of Coffee ,i ,
I EXIDE Batteries .
aunt, Mrs. it. K. Knight. county, Cit., :nil u former" resident of | Agents: 87
I. Epperson: of Jacksonville. Rev. II. A. Tucker It. I). Minister

of Lake Butler CAlilip| Sunday anti -I'cMit the day ''I, Jacksonville and member cii'I I nne of I: Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. in. ....-..-.- .-.-..- -. -.-..-..-..-..-.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.-.-..-.- ,..,
Col. Joe Hill Williami the most prominent families: in Sou'h
here at the home- of his l>al'l'nt.Ir.; : Preaching service at 11:00: o'clock a.
was a prominent visitor to town Georgia. who died! early Friday morning .. .
and :Mrs.V., J. Epperson. Mrs. Ep in. and 7:30: m. '' -"- '-'-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-'-'-"-'-"-"-"-"--"-"--- -
Wednesday. I tit her home in l ou''ln> (in., were ; .
person and two children. who have Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. :
residence., The It..v.T. .
held I Friday at the
the week here/ with Mr.Epperson's .
pant m
Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake Butler, spent! B. !Stanford pastor of the' I lioutrlnsMethodist ,
parents, accompanied It!r.Epperson The Junior Christian Endeavor: Society -
was in Starke Tuesday vi"itingh'r : church, of whit.hIrs.! t t

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 1. Green. I : home. Ward was a member assisted by the meets at 2 o'clock. p. m.
The Senior Christian Endeavor: Su.
Rev.( Carl Minor cf the Douglas I :
pastor : -
:Mr. anil :Mrs. I II. L. Baker and! son, ciety meets at 6l: iS; o'clock p. m. The
line of dress Roods: church officiated. Interment
_A wonderful Harry Leo, of Washington, I). C., are Baptist c-xectitlve committee meets. the firitMonday

at Sternber 's._ truest of :Mr. anl :Mrs. L. Wymnn.Mr. was in the Douglas cemetery.A : of 1 each month at 7:30:: p. m.

Baker is employed by the U. S. large number of relatives, including A cordial I invitation' i in extended to I !

Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, is. spending the Service on State Cooperation many well\ known Jacksonville-\ all to attend these services
husband in Wild- Forest and! Florida attended the fu .
week-end with her people --- -
wood. and! "Forestry extension und exports neral. :Mrs. Ward had been ill for I M. 1'JII"I: I IU II, ;SUl: 'III I I
to be workinir) : in Florida for a l11"n'hor Enoch: Kooli.s. Pastor
P MM BWBMMWMW-MavMH M A H-MMVW :Marvin : t t
six weeks.LeifBliilanks) I ..
Mrs. Florence Youmans, of Tifton, I AT THE I I Sunday sc'hoi, Sunday "morning, at t .
of :Mr.
: ;
week-end cruet
Ga., was the ( for sale at the Telegraph ,0'<10l'k, L. A. Davissupt.. I .
Overstreet.Mr. t
and Mrs. Chas. | office. i Junior; Lc-nguc, Sunday afternoon ut

MOVIES I 2 rx'elofk, Mrs. E.: :M. Johns supt.
: D. I. Ames have ,r-- I
: and Mrs.several weeks. spent :n I Happy,, Home House I Dresses either Senior I League, Sit picii" y evening i at :

turned from long or -holt .sleeves $t"U1 each. Theyare "I.el's Go" .Rf\}:,\: o'clock, :Miss Grace "'oollI'aJer., ,

South Florida anti Cuba. well niadt and, of trood, material. I i Worship Sunday nt 11 a. m. nnd t '

"Everfast" nuilin-! ,', '\'e hav. sold! hundred of these dress 'Illl;\Y-FRID\Y i 17:30: p. m., !lead by tlie pii'tnr.You :

When you buy "Everfust" shows O'A. anti a- yet, no complaint has come "OI'F.N::< ALL :NiGh< : r" are welcome to all!! of those

see that the word otherwise, it is an to us :'or nrltllll's.Th with Viola I lana. J.u. (:Coiidul Ad-il- I I services, and not only welcome Lilt .
the selvedge, I
the real article. I phi :Menjnu and |ICa} mend Griffith: grc-atly needed. I I
imitation. We have ,' pipe organ nt the I'resbyterian A PARAMOUNT: FEATURE: I| Have you ever thought to yourself, I I

:Morgan's. |i church will bo ready for use Sunday.' "Well, I wish I knew who should l partake .

ThU will be a great treat, for those S.vmiDAY of the li ,'.l's Supper. and, what .

Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Peck and :Mes- ,! who enjoy a pipe organ:; us well naI You Love DANGER Is the benefit ilerived! from It." Conn ,

lames J. Mitchell and O. I. B"Isi i I for those who have not been acrustomed You Want LOVE Sunday morning and let us look into I I

ley, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville' I' to hl'ar1l'h music.i A cordial invitation You. Get THRILLS! this. matter. At the dine of the morning 1 .

who is. extended I to nil to attend In The hour, you shall have opportunityto j I I III
Misses Lois and, Toledo Guiney, the lervioen. "THK,: DANGKIt:< : Fmo::< .\l." partake.. The children should bo

are attending school here spent tho With a brilliant All Star Cast I..n hand alt,,. |I .

week-end at their home at Brooker. I' .1. L--: Simmons of Lemon City Is i'l I The evening worship will conclude I II I B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L
:MONDAY:< 1! : .
town transacting business this week: with the reception of new members.
and little HOOT (GIBSON In
Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot, I
It t The !pastor's message will be in harmony -

daughters, Juanita and Sarah, were W W. Barnes, of Batavia X. Y., has "TAMING: < TIllEHT": I with the occasion. Let all new I Yes, tluit'H the right word. And it applies) to our :
Got; d I'a the ('omtdy'ruhsi'tY
visiting relatives at Brooker the first i joined! the Forest Experiment Station members( be present to receive wel
of all I wool! fabrics.
model as "t'lIl1s our rich display!
will lie employed I
of the week. I staff. :Mr. names : come. I

I up to October at which time hc\ experts "Oil. IMHriOH :" j Tile pastor will prench Sunday: afternoon I You've never seen Mich a rich array of e-ipneal- I II

t" resume hm college work atSyiacn for at H o'clock at
are ;
terns: cure
Designer pal aj
good and cost less-:set: them niSternbcrg's. 'p University. At a recent I Blues church People In that community nndI ing) patlerns and at prices so fair and l modest. The ,

( nieetinir; In Washington, II, C., the m- j I surrounding territory cordially! in- I .
._ fort I'ath. ComedyWKDNKSDY I ((iialities t too, are superb and just the t tiling for I hit:
approved plans
sit "nit forester" I vited t- attend.

D. W. Kelly, of New River, wa exnni'dim', the nnvnl stores experiment" ; : ) Tomo Wednf-idny nt 7:30:: and us I idea I custom-made suit you've Ix't-n planning 'I'd'- :

business in town during; :al Stnrke. L. Wymnn will have I COXK: COMICAL OMKUIANS: :< I with tis. You might enjoy it, who

the transacting week-end. two. iiM--isrnitt nil durlntr! the current In Advances! Vaudeville can toil ? I I :Sprinsj.:) Topcoats, too-of entrancing designs.:

"ur. Mr. E. L. McKintiey, of New You'll Laugh -You'll Scream-You'll I MUsion-iry! Institute in Jarkmmvillc.: \ :

Little Miss Elaine Wynn, of Hampton York will\ tome clown a* assistant! Hoar-At the all fun showS A missionary Institute. will be held,

was a guest of relatives here the about the 15th of February. It was -Ilia SPECI \1. A'fS-1i In Jacksonville Feb. 9, I 10( n. m., to 2 t NATSTERNBERGST.AUKI' I

first of the week. decided I that one of the principal tests and two reel of comedyDainty p. m., in Hendrlx Memorial church. '

< I for 192'5:) should he determination of Dancers Clever Singer. Funny Dr. Roberto P. )R. says, "Come, antI t :, KLOIUUA {

glass, v/a the relation between yield of window
When in need .. .. .. _. ,
can supply you. :Morgan's. I j i weather. J ADMISSION: 2.'e: & 50c best laymen." !I .;.e. or .---.-"-,.------- -- -- S fl


"':- -

sasasa saca s sZ52S2525252St'SZSS'u' the force of the spray, to say nothing 'ields of the county are coming along I Idltae IN Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
of tho material wasted. railing ssiTic DniMlMiKfund. If PAZO OtNTMENf fells,.
In good Rhape.Columbla..lndieuticns to cure Itching. Blind: Bleeding or
These demonstration are expected Itch Pile In ntly relieves Itchtniep I piles I'rotrudteg sud
Farmers and 81 to throw Home light upon these three are that I i a qo set- restful after flrat llp .,
FarmingFARMERS will increase this -- -- -,
factors which'should make it possibleto poultry production trove so CT -
Cooperative purchase of fertilizer -
more economically control the !
Prrnn SITICIPI CO.. Cemmeroe. Q
mildew. ; is taking form and indications i COFFINS & CASKETS

_. ._0 _0 0__ -- aro that it I is going to be used freely I MITCHELL'S DRUG STORK !'
IIOUSEWIVES -- And a FiD Line of
G HINTS TO : ----- __ 'I
I Ir
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY I[ In the winter or cooler months I la often caunoU l b, in Inflamed condition I AUTOMOBILE HBAJRSKAlway

more fuel in the form of food is need Quickly Stopped I I of Tube.time mucous When that lie," tube* "f In the Inllamoa Eumnt you.Ian I, ea hand The best MT_

,=.. :.:..f:..:>cIcIc-., ., ..:>e...JL Jl. ;;_IL.-ll-JLJI.Jl... JUJUJUJkJUJUJI.JLJt-JLJL JITJC CaCaejL JL. = ed. Vegetables should never be I I nave. a rumMinK, nound or Imperfect nee at the lowest pricee Special .
-- ------------------------- .
in tearing Unless the Inflammation can atUBttm te .telecraph.
scarce Florida. There should -
RESIGNATIONS: AND1'ICANSFEItS month in farm work, say staff mem- |be a garden in tho Stato of Florida never New Way Simple But be reduced furever., your hearing .may be destroyed I den. BtcUtend :Bmbalawr.DcWITT .

"' OCCUR IN- i I j', 'burs of the Agricultural Extension without something green in it. Very Effective HAIjL/S CATARRH MEDICINE Will

COUNTY AGENT WORK j Division and Experiment Station, who i j i Some raw vegetables as well as Night coughing, with its distressingloss of do what Catarrh we claim or for Deafness it-rid yfcur caused system by C. JONES

,offer the following suggestions regarding i cooked vegetables should be served of sleep and dangerous sapping Catarrh. HALL'S CATAIIRH MBIJICINK I
Gainesville, Hu.-Three resign | February work on tho farm. ,daily such aa raw carrot and apple of strength and vitality, can now be baa been successful t In the treatment Ot !7JIKF, IIA
almost instantly checked through a Catarrh tor over Forty Years, I
lions and oriitrnnitfer have occurredin Cuttle, Homes and Hogs.-Keep i salad, chopped cabbage with a good simple but wonderfully effective treatment ,Hold by all drugKl.itF.
the county agent force of the state J. Cfceney *; Co., Toledo .. _
|the mule's and the horse's stable and cream salad dressing.Raw that is economical, too. J

during tht pant few days, according ]lot dry and supplied with plenty of Carrot: and Apple Salad This treatment is based on the famous ----- To Stop' Cough Quick
to state leaders here. It. F. Ward, |bedding to avoid foot troubles. If Grate or grind in food chopper 3 prescription known aa Dr.King'sNew take HAYES' HEALING HONEY

who Hun been county agent in Bukor (the pig's coat ia rough, change feed medium sized carrots, to one diced Discovery for Coughs. For astonIshing OVER cough medicine which stops the cough by a
for this I pant two years wu transferred !'- and trout for worms; rape, oats and 'apple; marinade the whole with a relief make this test tonight FOR healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.

to Bradford county, where ,rye pastures will help to keep shoats French dressing. Serve on crisp let.atu"e before retiring-Simply take one tea A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE:
there has been no county agent for leaves spoonful and hold it in the throat for SALVE for Chest
f growing. on top place a tablespoonof Colds Head Colds and
the several month Mr. Ward 15; or 20 seconds before swallowing it. 300 YEARS Is enclosed
past cooked Croup with bottle'inlC.Bre"d dairy cows for dressing and a lush of The has double every of
while in prescription a action HAYES' HEALING
has malt u splendid record fall HONEY. The salv.
j '
freshening. White wash cayenne.
or paint It not only soothes and heals soreness
Baker County and should develop the ,milk house and 1 barn. has been world should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
Eliminate all and irritation, but it quickly loosens haarlcm oil a children
'{ suffering from Cold
work In Ilrndford.
places: in which flies breed.. and removes the phlegm and congestion
I I for liver and
wide remedy kidney
Phil S. Taylor, who has been county Poultry.Hatch chicks of (By Spuds. Johnson.) which are the real cause of night Ida! the HMlum:throat combined effect of Hayn with the Hcallnt heeling) Honey effect'In-ol
agent in St.:: Johns county for the the larger '!I coughing. So with the cause removed, bladder disorders, rheumatism, Grove' O-Peo-Ttate SaleS l through the porel of
past year, hus resigned to accept (a breeds this and next month, o' LET'S USE MORE FLORIDA coughing stops quickly and you sleep lambago and uric acid conditions. he skin toon stops couth.
Both reroedln am packed In one carton and the'
they be well before
may grown sorehead the whole night through.
advertising editor for the oet of the combined
place us I FRUIT AND VEGETABLES treatment le 35o.
State Department of Agriculture. appears in summer Feed slightI I I The Dr. King's New Discovery pre Just ask your druggist for HAYES
W. G. Well leaven Brevard county ly less scratch feed from this time RIGHT HERE IN FLORIDA scription ia for coughs, chest colds, tD Mg HEALING HONEY
on until October; make hens eat more I I I sore throat, hoarseness bronchitis, V
after a ycar'a work to take up fertilizer I went down to Joe
'egg-producing dry mash. see Rogers, my spasmodic croup,etc. Fine for childrenas :'A:
work at Winter Haven. t' 1
citrus partner in Lake County, tho well as harmful
Ed L. Ayers U also leaving from Field and Pallture-l'llint Napier \other day, and while I was. down there drugs..At all good druggists. Ask for I tings'Seeds!

Manatee County to take up work as I grass. Top-dress oats with nitrateof I decided I would visit a few other correct Internal troubles stimulate vital

horticulturist for a largo estate at soda. Break land for spring crops. ]places in the southern part of the organs. Three sizes.All druggists. Insist

Sarasota. i Scatter n to 10 pounds lespcdeza seedto State. Ono thing that impressed moon on the original genuine GOLD MEDM- Catalog,

MIIIII Aitnvs 1 1). Yocmunn. has been acre over pasture and let cattlo his trip was the inability to find at ISCOYERY -- 1'1
appointed home dernuniitrutlon agent 'tramp in; this will increase grazing restaurants certain Florida fruits that FJ-eel

in Sumtcr county in place of Miss: 'by June. were in season at the time. COucHSWonderfully Renew Your Health
1 Flower Seeds te'VtU
Nauflcet Grimes, who .declined an ap- Cotton Field.) -Order calcium arsenate For instance, I ate dinner at Plant

poinTmcnt recently. needed later to control boll City one day, and in one of the beat I
-- : weevil. Plant seed last two weeks of restaurants there I called for straw by PurificationAny You can get 5 packets of seeds atC
GROWING TUN(OIL TREKS: different and very beautiful Cowan
March, using wilt-resistant and earlyv8rlt.tleR berry shortcake. Well sir, although RHEUMATIC ACHES free. Hastings' 1928 Seed Catalog
IN CENTRAL FLOItlUA IS of upland, type, being sure strawberries were then being shippedout physician will tell you that tell you all about It.

RECOMMENDED: ; BY STATION to obtain disease-free seed. Apply of there in carload lots, I could "Perfect Purification of the System I Hastings' Seeds are "Tna Standard

at least 300 pounds of a complete fertilizer not get a strawberry. is Nature's foundation of of the South." Tbey give' the best re-
Gainesville!, Fla.-'l'un/.C-nil tree Heedis In order to get best return: At Sebring I called for a half prage- AMAZINGLY HELPED Perfect Health." Why not rid ; cults in our Southern gardena and OB

considered" by the Florida Experiment Don't plant over six: acres to the fruit for breakfast. Now Sebring is ] of chronic ailments that our far ma. Hastings'; : now 1928 Catalog -
Station at Gninesvillo aa a plow. in what might be called, the heart of yourself has 112 rages In nil full of ple1 -

promising crop for farmers through Grove and Orchard., Citrus tho citrus belt, but this restaurant cure undermining your vitality 1 tares from photographs\ handsome
central Florida. It in the opinion of dead wood: to assist- in : Pruneout keeper did not have either grapefruit bettor after Purify your entire1 system by taking !!1 covers In full colors, truthful accurate

the Kxpcrimcnt; Station officials that niH.inosc, wilherlip and stem-end controlling I or oranges. to serve for breakfast. simple home treatment a thorough, course of Calotabs, descriptions and valuable culture dl-

time overage fll rnwr cnn grow a small It ia alright to ship lot of .--dice or twice a week for several rrrtlona.
rot. Spray to control scab with 3-3. i a our
of tonpf-uil trees" varying in When those old aches In joints and i I'Ve want you to have this catalog hi
Venire I f/)0 Bordeaux, plus 1 percent of oil. products out of tho state and get 'ks-and see how Nature rev your home. It tells nil nhout Hastings'garden
si/.o from 1 to 5 ur 10 acres, at musHpscomeon-try thissimple homo I
a very
If thrips abundant good prices for them, but it seems tome truly with health.
are in bloom, spray treatment thnt so many rheumatic you flower and) field' seeds plants
low cash that labor
coat the
necpddnryIn with lime-sulphur and tobacco ex-: that wo shouU keep jlenty for sufferers\ have found pfleotive. Tulotulis} are the greatest of all ai.d bulbs. Write. for it today. A postcard -
their rare ran b,' ,performed without tracts. Begin cultivating tho grove. homo consumption. These products "I suffer very much with rheumatism system purifiers. Get a familypaeka'e request brings It to :you by return
milling! perceptibility to tho cash out. will sell at good' here In Suit Lake Utah 1 mall.H. .
| Put out spring fertilizer. Spray or prices right writes a City ) containing full directions
lay for labor during! the year and, th-it .dust hit fruit with sulphur if rust. t Florida and freight and shipping woman, especially during changes of G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
after the trees are a few yours. old, tho miles charges will be saved. weather. I always use Moan's Liniment price 35 ot!'!. ; trial package, I ATLANTA GA-
Graft ,
seed will represent a dependable andsteady persimmons numerous and other deciduous grapes fruit I? These .same restaurants that did and" it relieves the pain veryqul..kly. 10 ets. At any drug store. (Adv.)
cash return. I It la. not .
represented -
trees. Peach not have Florida fruits to serve probe -
; : Spray with lead Hundreds of letters like this have
the Station --- -
by Experiment senate to kill cuculio as soon as e ably were serving. products that had come to the makers of Sloan's telling
that fabulous profits are to be secured I sepals have dropped. Pecan: Top been shipped in from out of state, of the wonderful relief they have got
l from growing tunu-oil seed but and had and from all kinds of muscular pain with
work undesirable trees by grafting:: paid shipping handling "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
that, on the average farm, the Lung Add stable manure. Spray with j i t charges on them. What's tho use of this amazingly effective liniment.
oil tree will contribute, u worth-whilo I Sloan's gets results because doesn't
gallons of lime-sulphur. to 50 swapping so many products and paying -
amount tii the annual rash inrome. gallons just deaden pain; it gets at the cause.
of water or fl pounds of blue-stone to, the extra cost? We Would Make It"
From the need of thu tunjr-oil I la I Right to the place that hurts it brings
50 i And while I am on tho subject 1 I
gallons of water to assist. in scab a healing stream of fresh, new blood.
prepared an oil known as Chinese control. am minded to say that many of our surely it carries off the
wood-oil, essential in the paint rheumatism
very Garden and, Florida farmers and growers do not germs, takes out stillness
and varnish industries and the future Truck.-Spray potatoes Tried and Crop Tested"
have as much fruits and vegetables and drives away the aches and puins.
demand for a large quantity of thin with 5-5-50 Bordeaux under, high! I particularly tho latter, for their own So clean and easy to use too All New PRICE LIST of regular brands. just issued. Get same before placing
oil is. absolutely, certain. pressure to control lute blight. Plantonly use at they could very easily have, and I druggists-35 cents. order. Send orders now for future requirements, save delays and be ready
healthy, disease-free seed. Soakcuetimber
Tho Experiment; Station has published .. should! have. when fertilizer is needed. Transportation Is slow and may be worse.
seed in 1-1000( corrosive
n bulletin No. Ill J, on the results ----- FAIR .
QUALITY first. prices, Prompt Shipment.E.
sublimate for 10 minutes wash afterward .
of iN stiiily, of the lunir-oil tree ; : '. .
for several yearn past mid this belle ; it will help control angular leafspot. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
tin la availaMu, for farmers who may Plant a few rows. of summer'I, HOME DEMONSTRATIONo

apply for it. The Station also has squash in cucumber or I AGENTS': REPORTS "KILLS PAIN I Jacksonville, Duval County Florida

for distribution: at thin time to farmers field 1 worm. Plant tomato! eggplant ami.I --=
who. wish to experiment with tho :St. .Ju'hn8--1'ho Elkton women hnvo
tree small quantity vt I lunpr-oil treeseed pepper seedbeds. Plant sweet corn', i
|( met and adopted a program of work .. --
cauliflower -
rucumberi, English:
and, while the 'supply Is available peat for tho
the' Station' will send free ofrhnrita lultll Irish ruIn toe".. I year. _
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\ to any bonn Lido farmer applying WINTER GARDEN; GROWERS 1 DeSotuAll clubs are planting j
for same, one pound, nf thoneed. more seed in both vegetable and flower
This quantity\ of m-oil plantedthis gardens.
winter, with the seedlings I'lilti- :SPRY DEMON: ; :STIC_U'IONSiaine.sville : _

vated and cared fur during the iumInjr i iiillsboroug'n-'t'hree! junior and, two ,
year, will proiliuu) enough tiros ( I"III.-A.. an exampleof senior clubs nut thin week. Mn.ln

a year hence to plant un acre of grove what tan ho acconipli[ liL-d III thuprodu'taun final arrangements for fair exhibits.

with trees 25x2!) feet apnrt. I Jest: of \\iiiter crops in
l'olkThe girls of club collected
1'lol'HlaVillh'I' arden;
results have followed the platting. of i bland outrutthel and remodrlcd. clothes for tho children
tho seed!1 during ''he month of Febru iiMmpimloimly. Nut only istheta and found employment for tho

ary. Applications for I tho bulletin u wide diversity of vegetublj,: father of of
'crops a family refuges! durlnijthe .
giown, but a
great: priJotaken
and for seed for experimental I'UI'POR'M '
I past month. They helped !bv y, -
III were i) '
h should be ndilri'sned. ] to tho FlnrId.i I! section to by the growers through thoI their mothers but planned and, curried! ,ir)., 11l
produce high
Experiment Station, Gainesville, quality produce. out tho work themselves. ,1ce
I For
Flor'iln.' i the most part modern

----_ xcicntiliu prauicca are followed III theproduction Okaloomi-.All departments of the
STI I.I. 'll'l&TO: MAI\E: of the crops and, the prosperity school nt Hester united for tho club

CLE.AN-I'I' SrilXY FOR1I11iLIES ;, of tho glowers in tins .."clioll'h.tll'y meeting there recently. Ono farm woman R

: ;: ON lTI'IU'-I: to the fact! that it pay So say of the county wants to make dill
Icadeis of tho Extension; Iivision of f pickles with surplus cu'umbers.a ] .
still| the. I'ollt'iru of Agriculture here. .
Gainesville! Fla. There is | I ----- -- -

time to spray, on i-ount of the whiteflies I i The. growers recognize: that now and . . r

that Infest citrus treca.VhiK, lilt. )IC economical priutices me con- i\iii.vcis FROM COUNTYAGEN'TS' .. .....-.-... ---..."".-.ww..a-- ..r.......,..., .......4....... ?,.....r.ea..e..w ,.. i
October and November are reirurdtfdus | I Mtanlly being developed: They are : KU'ORIS; : .,----- .... ....-.... -- -
tho l iilcnl< times ,during which to demonstrations to determine what the : .....r.--ate u.reapsaea a..rsa.s' ,v+.. ----- --.. -
I best .. .
spray aa a final cleanup for the sea ( practices me. This spring 1'. II.f .

son, nevertheless, trr"l'LI"rllyinlt f Unit, Ualpli Sadler, M. C.: McGuire i Marion-Vimted u number of boys' For Every Member of the Family
cnn be done right now, the treesIiriRhtoni'd ( and Hurry Smith have agreed. carry dub this week and made plans to

up and put' into bettor on some demonstration work in the start u study course covonnn tho various -
shape ,preparatory to the bloomin; I control of the downy lIIi".wrUKt" ) of lineit of work>> that members are to Enjoy

period which will soon be here, says tuiunincrs. | taking ui>.

lr. 1 K.V.: U"rlC 'r. mtoinoloji. ( of the ,i The-,' demonstrations are being supervised _

State I'Kmt Uoard.( by the county agent of Or. I 1II1k'rluny farmers of the county TUDOR SEDAN Here is a cosy, five-passenger closed car built to
If the leaves are Hack, with sooty- ''ange County, C. D. !ante, and :M. K. I nro buying fertilizer cooperativelythis
mold, which Is evidence of the presence | I Ensign pathologist of the Agricultural year, aa they learned lust year the highest Sedan standards. The whole family

of an abundance of live white- Extension Division of tho University. I that a saving could bo made. Prices $580 will enjoy the Ford Tudor Sedan in all weather.

_ fly larvae on their under surfaces, it I In these: demonstrations it ia| are .satisfactory.

is apparent that the trees .should! no longer necessary to try to show I Lafayette-Cooperative buying was Examine such features u IJ tlv strong aI1.'tec1
be sprayed. Oil sprays such aa are [ that liordeaiix or copper-Iinm dust
recommended. for tho control of scales i will control the disease, but informaI I thu main topic of a mcvtiiiijr at Grady F. O. H. Detroit body, durable finish, large, well-built seats and
recently, and an order for one carload -
and whiteflies Infesting citrus should I I tion needed. as to the proper time I of fertilizer was placed. Runabout $260 *I attractive upholstery.

be employed. Srayinj now will also i I to begin, tho correct time, interval between Touring290

lessen the number of scute-Insects as i applications, and the best disi Duval-Pruning shears and spray Ask the nearest Authorized Ford Dealer to show
well as destroy colonies rf the so-call i tnnce to hold the nozzle from the plant pumps are being more generally used coupe 520 11

ed! "new citrus aphis" that may be I' in .spraying.Undoubtedly. I this season. Cooperative: marketing .1 I Fordor sedan 660 you the Tudor Sedan and explain the easy terms

present. The spray must be directed' many crops of cucumbers I II i association sold 3,600 dozen eggs on All piictl/...... Dftroit on which it may be purchased.PA .
against tho under surface of the' have been lost becauso .spraying ,i: Saturday recently, netting the farm- tn la..oloe.D.mountabla .

leaves. i I or dusting was not begun soon enough[ I|ers I about $1,70U-not bad for one 1
For additional, information address and because tho growth of the vines; day's business for'Duval county egg > rlm>.nd >raraaofwncu*t.ets. .!/fii: &f fVSVC7U117G fJ611 -
Florida Experiment Station or State is very rapid under weather conditions raisers. D.troIt M1PAGE ;';' f/ -

Plant Board Gainesville, Florida. that favor the development of I
Santa Rosa-At a meeting of the
STATE SPECIALISTS the fungus, making it necessary to' Santa Rosa county cooperative Association -
spray frequently enough to keep the''
GIVE HINTS ON:" FARM: it was decided! to plant cucumbers -
young growth protected. Then again' I
WORK FOR FEBRUARY in the attempt to cover the under surface |, snap beans, peas, sweet po- .
tatoes, and some early be
corn to
of the leaves, and this absolutely'necessary '
Gainesville, Fla.-February Is the [ shipped cooperatively. Fertilizers and
the nozzle of the !
time to start making good on new sprayerhas I seed will be bought cooperatively. -
probably been held far too slose I I _

year resolutions and is an Important I Ito I the plants, resulting In injury from> Saint Lucie-Potato and tomato ..




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[ the above lylcd cfcu*' to.wit Th Flo.'d.' I ;I-B---I! Northwrat qttantt'r.| thrnro North 4BI tn* Judge anti fur County. Slate nfr
I Lund und Immiitrntion, Curmnny.. a corporation hence Ftt-t tit f.H-t thence touth 411 feet.1 I l.irlda. at ten '. I .. on Mnndny theJ
,f , mid if not In vxlntvnre. .m In thf Circuit Klnhth Judicial Cir- to iHflnt. of beginning Aluo a strip' of Innn ;'ttil nay of Kvliruary. A. t> 11)2(1) ( at the of
II ".I'.WI Ittinl .|ir'...."'h. .*. gnu, tic : ..ruit Bradford ( f' .... In Chancery. 7.10 of mi acre wide off the South end ofNorthpnt n..- of said (.. Jtnlno hi the Court lloua
I .H .n<1 grantee Ciori.rU E. Windt and I-ml r 1.lml. I ICuml.I.ln.nL quarter nf Bouthwiat quarter ofNurthcHBt in Btarltv. liratlfiinl Ctiunts Kloruta. for iin
Ii hdrsth ,,r,.. MartfanlVimit lain. ', Wailer quarter of N.r'ht quarter. nil I| i-nti to urn at lol.t. m- ni ,.f that ear.tnln -
neil wife Sumn 8ilt. George An- I I L'I IIIK RtTiion. Twenhiu'S'vrn. ( 7. TowiuhlpSix Inti-riM t-r > saInt
ihv t limit Miwttt Feral. and Joarph Strains. \iU. > I i d) S."th llnnre Tw,'nty-t I J J> tOteS llinry .dl.lo. the .uiil 11In LI\
i "'-I.rln" fn 1.o.n. a* V r. ,"o anti company.MI Strickland. al.! J ttMiiA' nlnu' I U 1-C nrrr irmrr or IrvaPo I I I .I th
'. nnd I th-t.r unknown nrir-t ntb i 1 I Ui'fcndant I II' ar t, thit bill of romplaint filial in f'tlowlnii di'.cribe.t lnni!>i l b ,,. anti b"ill) In

U.itMUt .r vninutB lhah. F. I'ltce.t 1UU in Kvniove Clttud, etc I HA hi (i iliSi'. on or b"foi*<> lice 11.i duv. ofMarch llriulfiird HtHlu' of lowltI :
t in, il .\. 1 inn,*. I I.,..,. rncu A.mla '. Slit tint ,in iiiM fiiim the nlU'unt one of Site .\. U 1925. othtrwlm. Ih. <.rnii'.nnof (.utl" ,'I.hl.
,ntul unkn.. hi r.. divim.*. ,' or ',.i worn bill ft I Iiil I the ithmc Hinted ..".., the sa,itt bill 1 wilt b token n. nut"r.1 I :.1 Niltnl'ir lIt: unit I":. cf: :",'Uoi 'II"t n-
.tuitiH of G<.. Pace. 4. all t>i ,I hat the n.*>idi Ire II> of thi dt I iu,.I nut you.It i .'. S. uili, liiiniK-. II I Ii.t. H0>.- ; to nititn
v. hi.MI 'nil >5,11 in ,." i ilit..tgc'; ... Pace dc- I II. J M J'MHS'f.llnh.F lowllII !I. further aMi-re! that this ..1, r 1ititiblinhtd > of fniil 1 . ii, nml a'i I i".t ..M li, or claimin -,'11. 1".llo.l." -. C I 1'0' C. l once a .,k f.r four, ootuecutn .. r nIt! .if ) "", .,, ('"'' I 1 'I.ruin nml ...-
.h hat 11 \ tiKlil. title: in- | 1.1.and A I. 'hl'n.1 Irldrl.k.. Jnm I Is.'. Its In the )Uritlfoitl 'Countv IVlctiraph. n ,,tun 'luintv (.Mil? err,. unit,. or tss
: ; ;:
ut.u" ilHlm or Cdinu; in anti to Die iuth :Ih""n' -. K B .Iii.. \\ dow II' .unnlo,' ItI..THK ini. :riiwarnui-r :if tl'n"iii ml cirrulHtion. tmb;. 'Hun JlHIi ilny if ,Jnnunr, \. D. 1"21
lift'f' .r the NdrllnM-r.t' quarter antt I lie Nortlihnlftif .I .. .I, M Julinn. t".niollt.' .Ti.hnn Iiu wIfe ,,-I i,In Starko, !irrt.if..r l Countv MoridnU1TNF8S t'1.I75ttIK: I I II h/ Slil! I'll I 1.81';
I the Nuriluvtsl ,qimru and the North I 1M..IOIIUH.' Inimv B. .lontu Inn iff, ',%'. C : tho lliiniiruMi* J".I. of the liimiiliMii. f ,nun :H,. ""w"ohll 0 IO'h. hong 22 ..0.'. antcontutiillu < IKIUW. .1. n. illM-r \ntonett ilbir hit KiwHt j J",1.0 I Circuit Court' n the ofn I I-2:7.5lltl: I 1. .Ir. Minor.NOIK .
of j. ny njjfc .",. or I,.... lying and .nf>. \Villiam C\. J.n..n II. IU nrm\ W K I. ml hi,m1 th* Clerk of ttiia Court HI I I
bimin Bradford County, Stnte of HuruliiCrvrllpgNt I''Co lK4' .11,0 B long i>*. .1'n.I.l |.' )Ingnnn. I II an bin rtlunniun. this' the Jnth tltiy oftntiiinry. -- .--
'. v *. 'J.n.> \ Jaml. FIon,-. MrMalllf ItheIguw A O. 11)J6. 'r OF A"II' *TH1N ItlRl'i 1111
Illustrated F. l>. I'nanecr. Francm. D and G W AI.I'hRM l/stiKtc '', ft< > tO' Atifti.K
and each requiredto I'
by Paul Robinson ', :1 Slau' J hia wIt. l-mnciii I.r.. ,.I .a. rii-rk nf the CI."lt Brnd- <. > FKM. BTATtTKt
nnd of th Cir I
1" apnrur. :r.r.Ult.NJ.i' I..r I isKM.t: I font County. l'l.r"l. Niitlco I III hxnliy C. 1'owoll,
of the nr' <\in. Kauffman M. Sallf 1>. Mi* : ; liO
"ur CI.u.1 \. It CKIUfl.Solicitor tiltrithhecr nf I I'nx C'rlitwale No ?. Hi.Jn.l .
isis w ------ ,I nnd A llvlulin are and
h ". in and for on Mondny. .1 .nk.w.
Cunt.* ,, f.. ComplainantNOTICE I.29.St.2.i0 ilny of July A. I II 1IKH.: han fIled said cur.SItttnIe
hat there ia no nenon in I "
th. f.rt day" of March, 1920. at Itae. ___
I;he nervier of subp.'ona upon would bind 0- _. In my .f.. nnil i hn n.I..I.t.n,
ho curt house in the town of Stark. .hom
PARIS AT NIGHT TilE SEINE \\V all and thu Flo.lo. bhp I fur inn iliinl .. in .
laughed enl'I',1 to atmu,'r a sworn bill ur complaint H d defendant and that It ii bollf\rd \ ,, .n.. .
AM TilE EXHIBITIONParis : exhibit I' awn hut you in the above natmd court by th. I,; complainant that the saint named defend- -- Snfil <>,.rf.t., ,.mb.. the f.I".ln..diiicrlboil
conii'lMiimnt' J. M. 'Iruby. to remove cloud anti i iiiuitl t slitS, v.hon ..hh...,. nod lire utkn.wn C'rrult Fluhth: Juiltrial Citvuit propmty." .1".d In Ifd..1 ( l..
I I couldn't believe my eyes at what I titli, to tliu alone diitcriticd land*. And ( I,:. complainant lnti>m> .. m .lh. prop* !: Hrndfonl. C"urt. Hordln. In Chancery lit. tiwwlfIhrr
is most radiant at ni ht-tinw. i, it h.ln. hero math to Hprx. to thu court by In N.rh enrnrr S.ulh.
absolutely .
One would have to be callous indoi'd saw on the interior. It was so of the Sheriff or Slradfurd county. nfl d,. not know and ha* n.L IH'..H .hI.. ,I I .wt l"nr.r of quarter being
"th I Acrr and West
'I typical of the French people Floridn upon a ubrmrna in Chancery burned : I I ii> ascertain whethrr any said .nl.ln.n' North hy Fut
not to have an accelerated heart-beat .v'r. ; I VIFduard Srrtiim S7. Towtuih p Btiuth 12 muM.
and different however lh, d..f'nd.n1 herein that the above nam1 1 t''niania are d,*nd or and that nl N. PicVfu-mnn." ct al.Defendant .
on crossing the Place do la Concor!It- soery ; almost vd ,' either, of them, can b I i>,'litnti| by oontplHinant In aaid ...rn bill I *. 8 "Acres.
!I simultaneously we entered into the found In U.dror County Florida. j thnt there a pfrnon or are penona Interi't'I Hill to Krmove 4 laud. Quiet Till and ,>ihrr fhi unlit land twin ......p(1 Mt' lh daIs
with its many vistas, the most imprest- of the amusement. '] ho .n Telegraph, a weekly J JnowMpaper I'',[ In property Involved: In such auit.whoMtf ReliefOrdrr I r.f thp I."na.of Biieh tfvrlificntti. In nan
sive of which is the Champs Elyscex I spirit publbhr In the Town of Stark. name or natniw and site or .". and nf Service. bv Huhtlratlttn. Notlr* toKnown J. A. Jnmtnon. SInless nid evrtlficnte shall
ita NEXT WEEK- Brailfurd County, rlonda in hrrtby draiitnatedlaa whnu* reeidenree nr* unknown complain- and I'nknewn' I)*fndanta.It I. mliimrd Mccurillntf tit law ,. deed will
with magnificent width of gleam: lh. nvwHimprr in which thin notice .h.1 alit Therefore It U ordered that the Raid ,I apiM-arintf from the then l,.. thorvon on the 1Mb ilny of February A,
ing pavement and in the far distancethe I More about the Exposition and what be pubtiuhcd) for tour eontiecutive wecka.I 'known dofindunta' who are heivtnfort mimedIn .orn of complaint al'uu.n..f.b.vr cattae. I). 1.P2.

Arc de Triompho under Sullie and her party saw. >"no and ordtritl! at Stark'. Bradford County Shim order if lining and tf d,'" ", all par- ''hl tht"I rt*. mid*.nee or place of busbies' to V4itn. my offlrlnl .I.n.tu. nnd .*.1! this
which __ .'/rln in ChnniUT. th a 28th day of I lit* .1.lmln. uniU.r tlu* paid, known antI nnnttI'triInttl. tlefendanta Kisn: ned N. Pikeninti. MntyCarfiltna .h. u.h .1.. of Jsnuiutrl. A. n ISIS.
like an eternal soul flames the torchto J"n"o., D. 1924. ',I .r.n..II. deceaned .r otherwise, '.Ick..n, his wife. Thq Moridn' land O.WAt.lEIIMA14t'l'rk
the Unknown Soldier. A. Z. ADKINS I tnil that all |>..r I -l-J9-M.2-' : lud .. "[ r nitniiH nrealIt.w id to bo nnd am unknitvnto win Hl a Muria llanctirk Inufi. >. j Ciiunty.: Klorlila
Though lute in the summer as it \ LiveState coniplrttnnnt;; i ; t hnni..".hf> r'a Interented; Sophia 1..k.. W"r.n. .inn. \tnmn .1. l-lt-M-t-12 H C A. Knl.hL l I. C.

was all Paris was still interested l In j i In Ih. propi.rty lnoltl 1 'mitt 'ile- >'iftJ. Drew. Polly Prew Ins .. N 11Iliiuantnn .
MAST HI'S 8AI.F 'ftrrihid, na lylnn ,nnd belli !In Brndford countyMurUIn IonIc. vVltknimkl John Oloo.n. John .-. -
the Exhibition den! Arts Deeorntif toii I '' I. (>n..n, I llvlna. or In o''n.r' nil nrircIn
which after receiving international News Iul''tec IM IK mini. ui\i n and, uiuU-r nnd by Thf: Nor tlu'at*t ,,iul.t lr of tho Soiithoa i unknown .It. t hue .."I' n.,1 I..t thi'rvi
\, of thut cirlinn Final Dtcnw of for.. I . interest and unanimous approval from cloMiro muili, nml rt'"d'r.1 l on, Jnnuiirv U. .1...n.h'p' 6 South Itnniro, 22 Fn: t. eon ". of Inriiln. t he ...vice of a atihpi oiniupon I In ( lianiiiryHinnlitim
the whole world was Ktheduled to'' A. I). 10JG. by lloimrnble. Adkinn. uilire taininir Hi urns more or Ito be. nnd tinylimlw whom, wmihl bind t hn cnt'l defrndnntuor 'Hinc-li Pi..liniinrnt Company
(Continued from page 2.) of thf I FuMh: Judicial CircuIt Court in nnd I nrr niiiind| ti. app< ar to I.1. Mil .i>f It h..r of I 110". and that it belimid bymi n ..r.lul.,
close in the early autumn. i fur IroMor Cnuniv.' Murtiln. in tituS crrijitncniM I compliiint filed I nnld rnuHt> on or bi.fireMundnv. '. liilnnnt, Ill> named ,fetiibinta nnint > ',
As we approached the grounds the printing' pust opened in the Muriann.iiiidtilution. wl".ln J. M 1'1.,1) )I i I. complamnnt.and tht I Ul' dny of M..I. A P I ll 1125 <"r"'>.tid lnin,|. im.i>titInvohtd I in ,IhU mil ,.. ''LI.j.o.
i I II anil bin. \suit "th,.\"!). II tult, i-iO tuna LIUlll, I I.,* ii nd rcimitlit. in,nnt all<> ,"a that be dum not W I'I: At,.,
'I. I.rnol ,I. r"1 ,
Seine was! on alluring picture, reflecting It |IK expected that innnv tl<. ,, .. lIt. ., ... .. SpecialMn1'i. I tH'ir' in conf<.iw< d by the ditfeinliinfa.II i n" ..,I bv ilitit.<.nl' nrarch, nno lniuiiv h.nml ( 1"1.1.liffi.nilnntii
myruld lights of luillnnt, colour '' i>f the state dc'pnrtmont! aoou will b... "i. "II ofr.r fur .... and wil pt-ll fur I I ;. further' in"I'r,1 l I that I lhin rdiT be ,pnhImlMil I I bull ill.It ,. n<< n wit, any of tin' Mull, 1> 'Unlit, 'I Illll anil 11-nmv. C Inuil
mali 'to hKhml and bent in front once mrh l for four (*onaerutl\i* Hind, til <. w'lio... auto. r.niI i ", not* or plu<*t. I'" Hie kniiwn nml nnknuwn ,fi-nilnnt. In
from the innumerable) Iviililinirs. exhibits -! having a large part of their prinli'lll| ul tlu: (-Mint Ititi, -, dir: in S latin: : : : UniiUurdnitty weeks. In the' itiunly TtU"rnph n I I I",1.,1".!! i* nlli ir*.d nn "ntsnnnss n. In ,.b nd f rii tin -tin,- ilyliil. mills*. ...w.l 1 WI'. Trmnlr.s .
and unum'men t. ..ill-. : ] nruiN fillcil by the new (' ) < lorldn on Monday I ii,' Firat' dny i.fI "\\ttxiipt-r puMUh-d. in Brmlftird C."n'y. I it. nr In e.I..n..> or not and ll. I I. nl I. I'iu. Pulch JnniM I..iii-htr. I IVIlM Cnaiin.I .
I"ou"-I I I I March I A I I'. I IIiI* ,11,11 th< t teal< hour pf I FI..II. ..,1 I In tlu* aworn bill of c.'m.l.iint; .Hint I h.. I 1" I.niirhur. "I. raiu-lier., Mv,. I. mwlwr.l.l.r .
tains in all toni of ,tinnunliow, \' vi 'ci
with (each othc i' in el Ia\: \> ,rate -p1i-ml II'I i I when' ,ln\ < nrp baring the Nit ti tic' : i I'. I Itt- t"I""I",1, I ual.11".. 0. W. AM1KRM\N, Piiittont, Itilcrttt4. ,. In thi' .nM property In. .Ii .. ami) N.II. B nurlli-ll, I'.IJl-l' I ".hln.
Ivmti and. bi h'l I. ( ". londa., I 511:5: 1.1) Clerk of Ch'.ul C. ,u..t ,1itl in thin HUH, \1'.0> itnriu*. nfi. )0m, .i> '" i S .1. n".h'n\ ..
and luke, pray women with wind-tossoj I 1".I, while! M.rvinJ sentcnuoH. i iI (" wit : I By C ti nuit'infi', nr II lii<*,* of loi-'irunt. IM uti'iitimttd 1'n.l. vifi'/Mnry A lli... .1. NV \,... Mnnr.lihnn

hair threw their silvery spray nit .1 I Tit* runt half <>f I I uS..iitlmixi quuf.r nndfitcnti'ti ""0.', KNIOrr. '' i ."", ,lnih nnd In ..*1 l bill ret.f IK ,.av. < Sit.rn. (' llrnwr.. Mnr>. llniwnin.
TulLilinssui'The : R M JOHNS ) \ itkriihiHi knn\\n .,,1 unknown d, f. ml- ..I liu.linllil., 5,1.,tin llnmn inch If nllvi.
firut "pvinteil tIle W tiiilu of the South .1'1
rose-tinted nor on nt 1.\
niirht product"
,im, ilevLien.luiiliiH .
\ and corporationTliFRFPOIti I I thi-lr tinlilliiwn In
8idicltor for Complnltmut l.29-6t-1-ft ** i r- nix nil I If .
"Paul, Poirc'l'- lovc.hiiatB are treK of the state departmi-nt of thentthuitit, list, tiunrlvr. 1..I.n, r of I F..I..n the Northcnut<111 1 tiitar-\n. : _ ,I .n.I t: U I I. ".1..1 thiil. nil I pi'momr .. .0.1.Ir KrnntiiH. I OV. )",,,.., ant nr.
I : 'I nml I ctirintinliotiH. M lu his n ri!" iif ii A'. Cliijl..n. of Purl I'nyniAlnlmma and
i mi
and fish Imlloti.i
har.iuuit nnnounccd 1 Rdi'rinirrun game wuter tir nml North of the Norlhweit qunrtur. NOTICE 1'
fl'l..h 'h.
( \ I h.'r I hits nntfil.M
cila ii
If drnd tcxlMtcnc Ii's '
'IU 'hf| or I. I..n. or or .< a'l I 1.,1'1 in .1'1 I.
Pierce l.ispiii"; into French "a* J' folder with valuable iiifoiinutiim, for Section Twen-"hr.e (i'titl: All in Tittn- .< *. thrn huts her. their or It. ."". I ,. .,till .. i-r In ntul 'li> ther.I..I'1
*.h > Six i Mil I. Hantre Twenty ((20)) Ka-t. 'I
i SU.h In Circuit c I tlv hunter ;
anti of Florida crr"lt.1
said bufore ami' I think little 217 HCHB bore or MB. 1.1. lan.
1 tiffl'r-I 1"le"111 .0.t.I.ln. I l.adto.1 C..n! 1'I.rl. CI.on... af.lirn.. nnd, tn till prmotin. firmnnod I 1..I.
ent from any restaurant in I hits just been iKlued flum tho ]irc.," 'I K.: .M I. JOHNS. J. .1, Truby.I cotiH' ,' ." havIng ir CIa mlnv lilly tnt 'i'm".. W of tInt H.iulhrnut quarter nf
here. The folder which consists of P|>cpinl M.." r 'In Chancery. Complalnnnt', t* ftfit In nnd In. Inmi certain. pleei-n-" or lot'* ofit the rliiitthwiM unnrtrr nnil lhVat half oftli
you've dined. Se we made our way J. C i-ijrrri.L & A. s. crwws. i I I va ml lyIng ami, h.ln. In ftradfortt cmmlv tSut luw'itt flimrli-r nf )Mi-rt nn ii4. nnil ilitlttnnil

between lautthlnt holiday I people < o 1 state regulations lu"lnl" tho Konie Solfcttoru for ComplHinuiit 1-2B-61-2-CO CalvinMpon) rt nl I ..<(. nf Florldn.' known nnd, d.rl"I'\ ., n frnrlliin .''. In till Northi-ant ,nunrtur,

the first of three bouts designed by und wild life of wualt'! '., I llt'fntbuntstttll I f.lo.* : lr llm, Nurltu-it.l' '"inini'liT, 1 of the Southeast. i SmithItiiniti
4. ( uI
'h' r iitiin in 'I'.w".hl|
that most famous creator of ft-nunlne I i fentun'd, by I double page of the I N01KBi I to ('l..d Oil,.| Title I and 01'her rh.. .Month.' .,|ilinrt'r hnlf .nf f .thr Marl FaI hue, at half iiuarter, of tint the """ 'Jl. gnat Ihi- unlil, ilvlit. itml' n frn.tlimIICMW

local laws if nnd the Ih'l.r. I 11"lh. Nnrlht 1"11. iHllltlillll i cit 1.1.0. Ill-Hit : till
county of PmithwM qunrlcr of -
attire. II.h In I Clirui* C'ouit. County, Ploildti h.1 Mifin I .tin-, ttiirtli nnnSintlli
i B.ulf..1 Order of RerUre bv PitMimtfon. Police To half of the Norhwt IK. I:" .1 "o
lite '
\Ve hoarded the "Ik-sitei1" ami I 1 |prices cluuri-il, for luenhCH. It is C'bnnccry. ''Knn.n and l'nltna n 'll.tcitntttntt. .- inn In.1 fl'tMtriw N.r'h t onnrttx' of s.c. .. iti thi. North liy tiiiiitn. osvui'tt liy MurvAilnmn ,
i nIlnIvi < '
Wil tempted In stop at one of the inviting -I: tho wuil of Miss Sarah \. Pnrtri'lto' l: I I '1'. N tttr'Im( "nt.1 O. Hurrt-. I Tt "'..n..ln. from fl hi. .1'n""n.| Of I nnvorn I I 'Uv nix. nix <2 will \hoBiipplii I ' bill of enmtilalnt I .,. T ntv-lwo tables) with itS i oranir' 1 trlil; and n in the dopllml'"t I I : : n rnuae, (.rPetbflfeI
I Lnurn U,. 'I hom"oen. rt nl. lInt the mf, N 'Id n ii ntnco, if hutlm-Mi npp'tir to I ii.. MM of romplnlnl, f II. d InM "'.," nnil mi-It i.f yiu nnli, riliy .mnilriilti '
flamboyant I'nibrolla which was the d free of charge) tn al spoIt4.Inca ,-n.I"h. |Inf tho d..f.'nn. Ciilvni WiU, .n. 1.nrh.l l\>rl.r .1( mimo. nn or ln-fom I the flrM dn\ i f IB- nml I nilunr 'l-i'<.<.' III'. I".I.I .. ,.' I'h I ,' t'lr-
only at ion between the guests ll ,"n ttpilica tion. | 1'f 1,1.., lillp and 11..0. Claud I WI- 'n. I"plu. r Wt I nn. suI, | Cnth.rlno' ". 4 ''i / t). If Zn. ntlnTwlMe lit. nHevntittiiff II I' .it'I 1 i.f I II'Klulllli I : l .1,1.1,1 P I'I!r..t IIf
"epai I I 1 I'111.. .1 1.0"''n anti ".knn" Innli In ." ..n tiU', "ir.I Ffirnh K Owrtm. K,'.. I ,"i'i) 1 I will lie tnketi 111 t'oi r. *..-,1 i '., -. t 1'1.,1. ii. nml, fur '.", "" s nn, .,..

and the starry sk.Hut. Andre announced yfimli of suitable locnliuu I' th" II"". ..t>i, ..1 I cm IP.. 10.w1:. l.ntiiu On>, Frlir. Mtrlnm Mnt* I.... The Mlniilie I u I, ."I" r von. ihi Ill"- tInt lni. ill Vnuli. .\ 11. |lI'titl.! ntIt.
that theyveie reserved for 111,11II I | 't'itniiiinn'n, I."., |I'. Tlioniiirinn nnd, hutbnnd i'oiit<"nv 0 fci'i| .rntl,. P Sit OHK. nnd, S .1 I I"ittrnlitrf \II, I IH fiiiht'r' onbrid. 'that' .lb.. "l. r ,.* p .ibhid u ..c.iurt IIIIIIMII I In I Ihi* 'l'owl of RlnrkKlor-
hatchery to help re'toiK piirimm, inl .. *'. I "rn wrt-k for fnur, i'tlhIi'l'ull Ive w. I ,
fnl a tOni It. 111.n".on.n.'I.t"' Wtlltiunuiiit > .t" ltflnii r lii' lila In, niiHUi-r n nu-iiii li I II .r cmni.lnlnt e>-
tho afternoon crowd or for those who I waters of State J 1 Bitriik. I''of. Luther I'ratt and, name "f ',.hv mcinl, .., I < .unonnv If I In I I. tlnidfordl f'inintv Tt 1* I'rnpli" n w>.kUntwnpnprr n il. I I ",..1".. SItU In the atniM. until'il pniirtt.y
wished to sit and, Kip champagne, ;"> 111 Ito mih 1'iatt. hii. swift. M J. StroiiK itndliUKhiind. I i fntr. "r In ..sIst'Iw. nr. .1 uiilitionn to thirnmi .. of general circulation, piihltahetl In I. hi.,- ri.iiii.liiliiiint. I Ilii-iii-lufi, It.. url" Di-vilnn-
HII.1 ,IM-II C01111Mliom'l Hodir-'R; K. Strontr' Juliu K. Solomon and ,. . n nirtoirnliiiit, I I. iintivplii.l
to the sound of haunting music we Stnti. of I :,M 'Ih,, I Honornhlc. Jtnlitn, nf I ih,' .'
N'uliton Maya, hu.ho.I. \V M. 1.1"0. I < oilV ilrnx and known to complrilnnnt.. tlmrvfco nnil I "| I Ulli I. tinnliiM I ilmrillirilliiniU I
went below and found ourselves in party, Incudinl ti f... Anna Ilux. WI.ux. alive. and if d"'I.') .,. of a ,nub ii>">onfi upon ..1.i ti )>,ln'ltlm hth Jiid of most I comim, surroundings typical the (x- Uojnll, stnto game water 1 1.0 all \IM i ->.im titus Inu or clmmiii' I I Unit ft I H bellevod, tnt ."'n..lnl..1, I u .. thinnmtfl H t MH Hltrnnturp. thIs lie 2Bth day nf .,. I ".i-iu-ii- iiilllnl.rl lii tlm Tnwnf Hlarke, ,
elusive supper-clubs of. the smart I'a- Mo Ins* any rl.hl. tilli'. lnt<'riMt or t tHt,, df...iHlniitn ,. n'..-t.-.l I In I lie ,t.r.oorty 1 unry A I P. 1020. ti",itnt lt.ri| Cinintv, I I'Inrliln.,' I. lii-n liy .ili-.liiniit
risien. cUIIsioncr. K. L. Kant, I'V.: Fowler. and \. the f"lowln. d McrlbiHl 1 landn, ..-w..1 : intnUid in thin "nl i tihd complulnnnt, O W Al.nrilMNClirk ii* .llm, nrw.nnnnr In wtili-h I Iti. 5ul Ii'. thnll
members of the Florida Fish i l.i tn I .n Smith hail of I.itx J nfl,I II "lit.0 thnt doefl nnt know nnd, bv dilffrenl' of rtreiitl Court'I I '. ""uIlIhrI fir t'niuu'i'lil' Iv. wi''Iiswu'raias .
"This is attractve." declared Curtis I I II t t>f Block 1 I of UvmKHton.' 'litiby ,,,I I March .nl Itiquirv hint not I Ir'n, tIlo| .lo n.. < SFM i ... (' ,unlv. Flurldn : Thi, lluiunrnliiu. A. / Anibio nail.
who goodhumoronce llatiheiy Commisoion, and HenryO'Mahbey ] Company Addition, to the Town of Slnrt.i'irilt. .. ruin whnther, any nt ,h anld d.fniti.nls' I A rt CRIWHHoliritor .' I nnir. Jiiiliti-a' n* al.i. '!. W. A lili-rnmn
was hil U. S. fish! commissioner and .. which I. f.n. 70 ftvt on Ch'r"and i .." a' .,UUnm or of Ilislflr'HH N I for tomtlnnnant: l.20-iht-2.iih: I ''<. ,,",1 Dm n.'iil n( tliln o.t .In tho C'llv
more. of Commerce Davis Church 8Ir'I. 1.1..0 .".knnwn. in -.,1 or alive, or In exI r oinrt I.",1,1.. thl i/n! ,| .1,1, nf .Innnnry.
friend Ellie Mitchell Secretary (r..lnll I or nIt., nil! lt JB nil.d. StTJtK I I \ II. IOSII
"Or as your hero yesterday for a trip up the I You and each .f horrby rcmilrt'd In the "wr'rn 1.1 of complaint. thntpe I 1 O W AIhiIiIMN
would say, "It's tho rat's rubbers, lef Johns river. The location of this to be and wppmr In-fort the Judtce of the Circuit bl..v. there pernonn. firm anti ."p. I t MICA.I Clerk.
laughed Barry turning to me. C.ur. of the Nth .ud.i.1 Circuit of liar. ,"' l"t..1 In the mini In. In tin Cit-eiill ('.iiI Kfvhth tiiiBelnl f I tr n 1 ') i': KNIfillT. Slnrkii. Ma.
had, the first of several proposed fish Ida In and for ,. .un,.. nn MotiilHthe / liIvpd In thIs .i, t. whone name atop Im"or.. '.n.* I ctiil Ii lrn. I looked around. Of course we hatcheries in Florida is being; wntclicd rlnd.." of March A. P 1926. at thu or place of iMiNlmfm la unknown ,. complainant ..F Wi'bh ----- ----
read about the intricate houseboats .urt hoot* In the town of Htarke, and In aid hilt relief l I. prayed against I comiliiinant.Floridn | N'Ol K
with considerable interest nnwi a sworn bill of .0.nlI.ln'. exhibitedaitnliiHt .ueh known nnd unknown cl..ronolnl., pinion., I v.. I
on the Seine and I believed that of -- p you in the above named court by tho firnm. and corporatlone.K Ilnii.1 Cumpany .rorpurnt in ,.I ,.1 t -
all the artistic things I had seen in cnmpln'nuntit. T N. and J. O IlnrriH. to remote '. .: -( ,- it i I- ond'rnd that l'hr'nIanls' I In circuit" I'".rl. lltn.lf-.r.l Ciiunty H..rl.l.
th,' U. II. S. JOURNAL cloud and quiet titl> lo the above de- nrmn find eorporntlnna tn" .1. Illll; tn (Cluirt' Title In CIunreryiinniuinn
Europe right here was displayed crlbi'd landt. I If l.vfntr or in ,i'sIl'ncr ,|,...1|. p..nn.1 ll I miptarlnir by I he :hill of eomplnlntfiln A. Mnrcott
most original ideas. (Continued from pace' 2.) The n.o..1 County T... ,. a wrokly In tb,'., bin HIT or | in the riUove> :.:;t'rn., 'f', wblrh en,nun. C'nmiilnliiiiiil, ,
the the small tables flewIaI'r I In the town of Stnrke, known h"I. ",'vl.r... !l'vuilccs Rn,.. I. ont In. ,mrive cloud, from I title, and I i.uitii t I Vflnir .
In first
place Krndford County Florida I la hereby dtnlnnatod i iWnnfl' nnd nomon firms 'trie titlt nf the ."mllol..n'. \ the Inndi that i. W r.lirt. .1.
and chairs were painted, midniirht- Miss licit'n-Louise hayes (give thefour a* the n.w.IOI.r, in which this notice .n,1; .nrnrU.n.. hnvln.t "I claIming' any ,lire ,1.rl.,1 In of cormttnlnt, If'nIutnIsSuit .
and red the walls si'usons.Louiae hull publ .hfd for four ti'IisiCOhiVe wteua I! In.. ., .. 01. or |tt. of |Bnj that the Sheriff. of Hmlford Count" 1'tori.In.hitd I To <|urt Till and Item... Clouil
blue : t/ .
raspberry ; II'N} S : The Honornblu A. /. Adklnii I and i t anul being In County Rtat rf ,. nttrn upon .h.I **imim"n. I. C'mnTr To, I Pun kn... mid unknown ilrfi-nilnnln' .
ecru linen, -Salt, nutmeg, und "d I were of rought-textured pepper \. .. an a no lorhla. known ..rl.. n. iHMtied In rmime ..1. Hlntvo Ntyliil ran"* *. ..wl. Ci-oriiit
with alternate stripes of blue and red cinnamon.Teacher. and the "oah! .f Shim oourI.. the City Th,. South hull of the. NorthwrM f.lnw. f In Chanrerv fn .n."h'o ami, run. ,.. Murv f Klrnnnl. V.".,,. M"r
of Ntarkp' Florida. thin 2Hth day of January. v"rl h.Nat quarter, not I..served O",""n ."'"" "" 1""r..1 .'.m.n"v. V. "..LU inch If nn-l, If ",.",1. .. thrlrnnknnwn
each i little chair had, its! own little : .t. I). I9t<. \I1 TownflhIn ...rP. Of S..clinn Twi|" MM % torpfirnllnn. Ttii. Fln'ln', Comiinnv. 1.1. ,.lv.., l'gat'es nr Hrnntuc..
cuaion and individual design; the -Paul give the moaning C W. AI.nlRM1 Kite hi (Ill. South lUnuv Tw.nty. rornfiralion the I FI.rl,11 nml u,1 l Imm yen nml I. PHrtliii I ..vln..r whn mnv cln, m ,Inlinvi
of appetite. ( :.\ .) two (f22 Flint, e.n'.lnln. Twenty tier*. mare tlurt Ci.t'nOy. n eortiornllon. soul the l'l.uri'lutlutot .1 rlulit, t II I i.h' .' nr iniliiti. In nml 1
walls were also covered with futuristic D K, KNIGHT.I Stark Fla or hues. I | nnd Immtrvntl. Comtmnv,. n Foci.>rn. I I l l.uls.. I nnil! 5 of Itlnrk'23. nit her orlirlnntmjHii
pictures representing in the most Paul-When you eat you apply and Solicitor for Complainant 1-29-51-2-28. !, Po .|' ...r to Iht. lilt of cnninln.nt flInt! l In 1... f..r.f *),. tit.f..nilnntft om'ui In 'ii'd' fir .PInt "f the town, of Hlnrk.. llrnlfonlfiiiuiiv
when you finish you are tight. That unid eloise, on or ,.fur** th. Hmt M'tmlny In ''It of Cnmntnlnt ow nit the failure of the r Inrl.lii. nn .1', ..urn nf ri-rnnl In
grotesque manner, all sorts of fruits, I I March A. f> U! 1!I. otherwIse tht. allegation( aid rnrtmrnlfiir elrrt off Ire r* or anmtitlift "Dml Hunk "N". p.' itO. nf th. piihlln roe.
the is IPlwtite. : 'ntfl and owing It lh.. of *aM' rororntona Moridnl.rixtlnil .
liquors and wines. But perhaps of th said. Mil will hue liiki-n M-V conf.MfdHiralnHt fol.r. lo ill H of "r.o.o rnnnty
In C rrult Court .: Jndfcint, ( I .. have within 1'0' of Flor tin ;
most charming touch of all were the Toacher-Estelbo Is your father an County Flnrlila. In Chancery yoa.It in fifflrer or .*:' upon itmceNa run Vim nml < mob of you hi-ritiy riiiilriilli
thu G Wnodhridice.Complainant. fri further ordcr-sl that thin nrr lif put he rvd and ; ipinrlnir h nmnrun* .
curtains) which gave the boat (h.h. ro"I'1 I nt "i | |10' and appinr" lii-rint thr Juilici of thiiull .
? \ .
American IUrp,| burro week for foil** in* |lo. (ervrd paid r.rn..I.n. for the .. (' tl't of th nth .Imllclnl Circuit ofFliirMa.
cozy atmosphere of a private dinm-i Kfitelle: -Ko, he was born in South the Rrndford Courty .. wrrklfnnwnnrtncr ',I hi re of until cnriH, t.. <.. .mr',. ' room and shut out the night. They Carolina. (.i-orire W. Cole. .t. al., I of "on..r.1 el."lol.n. ruhl..h..11 ) ."..m'n' nv<..,. nml owin" to ihi fnlluri> of .nldTornllon illiv 'lh" Int ilmr ..f M..h. A 1... Ht .. lhicourt .
fvnditnta.BUI In Klnrltrndfor>l ,, ""- hnvt within the Htate of Flr.r- of Morldiihf .
natural- liouaa In thr biwn fltarkfi,
were made of hand-blotked to Remove Con. etc. I the t';; :' 'ltl"Jihltre, of thiFMI 'lfta an offieir nr nifent upon, who i>nirns can I mmwrr n iiwiirii bill of romiilalnt mhlbltedapnlniit
of Louise-Did know that It from the of thworn 1... .. ., .l 'FInal there In no the
toned linen printed in huge poppies Clara you ..orln. .1" rireult Court nml tho official an person you. In thn nlmvo n..1! .n.r lip theCfimiilnlnant
In the matod cauae.that I Clot' nf Flnrl'in O trvre| of
vivid hue. ; Dora was almost drown last night. bi f.l.o .h.v. l of the CI"rk of this Court HA well IM o"hp'nn Jn.cphlni A Marrntt.. t<. rnvnovr
the ." .. and ages of the drfendanU ,.nn who wl"I,1 lilnd ..I.t .n..r' : and .
"Look at the ornaments around tho U-ila Den-No. How to-wit I Georve W. Cole. Sophia G. Snond'ra.Wm. ha ol.nntlr. thU the UMh tiny rf .Innimry. A ol.n HMTnrln' front the ...rn bill of eom --,' clini'l Innilnn .n.1. I. iiuii-t Il.* .. the nbove dr.rlliiil
H Saundcn. Will urn II Saundtre. Mc- n. 1021. .iHltit In (hi. above rnue that tb. rf.lii walls!" I exclaimed clapping my ('barn L"iso-Tho pillow BJpp.,1nlt ". County" 'r.lo.r..h. n wprklyi4mnt
Qtic.n 8."nde. fiallie Wynn f.rmR.I\ C W AJ'FRMA' thi dtoTi-nilnnta tht rln namt'fl t""t. ,
hands in delight., the bed and she lie I Saiinil'rs Jont'ph H. Wynne her but. Clerk nf CI,,, ,"r Ir"I.' Iri.n. ''H tf" Mfn C','mimnv. a cnrm....' in >'-r ."hl.I..1. I. I town, .if KtnrkrIlioilftinl .
Mprt'ac I i. li'rtly
of Kand, John C. Kichard. Mary O KlchaM hia, ( 1.1) torn l ('". .. l'l.rll. Phi lorltln Knilrnnd Comroinv a n .uo''y ,1.1. .h..I"n..d
"Yen Poiret selected each one spring. 1"1/ 'f tli I ,iii-wiiiii which I Iii. notice
Klonlnrhmidt ,. .
_ issfr.. .lohn Kh.m.chmlll. C.rl" T SIi.ulor and Jtt.n Mrl! n* Ir.ite.'iiT .h.1
those himself with meticulous cniv"explained hi. w fe, Frank W *. J. C. I A. S. ( KKW H. *"., rlfirl'lit' ttn Irond' "v. a enrpnran I I. for fnur wcrkaWITNISH
Merrill and James on a Minklnl ship 'l'hastutn. Kate ror..rl. K.leVo"n. SflitHor for C.m.htnon' .21.rI.\.21. Jnmin T **".. ",n<| I"h. tho ".n"r. n. amiv !
interesting .
I..h..r "rln.. I.
.. ,
are as V al W "
"They l.l.-rm.n.
Andre -- -- '
the \Vllliam Hnundfni' \* "t f .l tml K TuieSer-u I..n. .I
as museum rieel. each bit James: "Hey! Merrill up ('. Thar. kn ton. Sarah J"n'. f"uni-rn.| Tom'. IIOrrw NOTIflff ii ....' r,... ,I.Iwife' N irnekHt. Tin- t li.rk, t". ....1| ,.r Ibis .."r In Ihr city
study in ship is sinking." J. W. Ol.nn. A. Tow..n,1 tfirnsname ruIn. nnd" emit Imml.I"n ('uonu.u.nv n -if S'.rk.' I I'ul"' .. thin I'Ith day >,f January,
of antique pottery being a MerIll-"Let'er sink -he doesn't bc- of (W..n Townm nd >. n"r' T. In Ci.ur,* KUhth' .1 luilirliil Ir."I. ..,.ratIon' lorlitn I..I tmrn irrfi'iotittanv A li I tan
I itself." Uichard.OP,\' Diehard hm silt. 'fh.m. fThncknton. rirn long to m*." T C Thaekatun. I'. Thack- Htutnp.CompUtn. ., ,r ,LI-, w"iRulMH A levir IT ,1)) !K\I.I' Clrrk.
I think perhaps tho most tClpll'amelltal -- -. don h. wife. M N. Itn.t.n. Blantonhia ....,. "..1| '. r: ., I.n.. f-.i-m-rlv' P.1., l" K: KN lcItr; Hlnrke. Sia'iil
touch of the entire 1111 wn: ZIFF wife. Una luko. I. l. Puki h.. 'I .. I.. I*.rrn rUrrlnl F l"1' '>.H I. M.,. .'hi.r for ('nmnlnlnint I I -Jil.rt.23HNOTICK

served huttband John F. A Comiuiny. ace nil ,',irirnrtitmtirt u 1m Ff II lfii"<( and 74 that the dinner was .nkno", .n,' thnt there )I. no pcmon In the Ftorl'fn'" {.ml.n" n P nil unknown, nnd thnt t I.. ... OP HSI.. DIHt I" ( ;

riate and clever plates each suitedto Ziff, Feb. f.-Mr. ant Mrs. S. L. rlorida the 0".1.of euhpi-ona upon : ml. TVfi IM fipr000 In..the Stiit,. of Flied" II. ...r.i. -, RtP

its mutlcviliir course. Prescott and daughter, J well, were ia whom bolieved would bv bind the! .n('.. d.r'noonl. I .and. the that nnl It I9JH ilnlinn' is.. t..wl"I'r.'u"nt th.sIb, ilny llm

adorable lights!" I cried Saturday.Mr whoe mukncpa and airreari Known and nknnwn 'I frnttnntJi' Hnd tliat, I. billtved ,." the .1. .
"What ( shopping in Graham di>ft>ndanta It atnoarlng frvim thp uuIi'gsit.nn.> of thworn lli.nnrnl.lrifiirxn \ ... ,.r a. ('allot"
taking in the many dl.tail of the and Mrs. II. E. Thomas of Lre- unknown I..Imolwd com,'.In nant thin art.,lit. and'!f thatComplainant -ir| bill of ecrniilnint In the n\n.* ca"i"f* -'implninant that the ..1.. nnml I *'. fendnntxwhim. .,.. .of nrn'If.iH ..n.v. 'I.rlln. our vouch-
(In the property thHt the r'nhhenee' ptnc of btwlnp' of .. renlib-nrnt iin-l awe unknown I .an.l final account an i ..I'or anil .-*
I could not huh> my joyis several day! here lastwl'l.k doe not know and hat not bee :, a. lr .r .1.
room. burg, pi'nt I'h.- The I".rhlo Itnil mn
I examined the silver creamtintedpaper torthieri" with his parents :11. anti Mrs. nble to,fendunta ascertain are whether di-nd u.any alt\e of. .nt the flint aailknown 'I Th ...f.noon.hand.''srI,| 1lw..1; ) N "Comnany...b..n. ;"m.I".n'.lit .thin soil. .1" f' ,Iu'unit I."knn.. ,! ili-einnrl i tn t.i dl.chnri.iil, 1"1. oi r'r.I.r,1.rh miiciitoran.l county

which were swathed in J. B. Thomas.Mr. It In believed complainant In .or. r"rriorn'I.rl.l." Imml.rot"n mlh. h.I..r known and him nnt loon ob''. M .r.r. exrctitrfx.Th .
streamers that gave the effect G. W. Rivers and Mr. W. S. Ray bill Shut thrre a penton or are person !n'I i" Wmt.n. f".rt... .. V.nro. Rtir- tain whtther nay of nld kn"w. *l'f,'nI..." ,. sib itny. iif .lanonrv A I) 1121jrinv .
lovely old herewith In the property Involved In fluch unit.hoce i -0 h.p hiiiand, Wm A. PaMwIn BumnorPnMwin. are dtail nr alive. 15(7101W
of candlo-light through of Madison[ spent the week-end name or name and are or .no I.lon S. Truant Ira I'h -ln.. I It la r lace. relatives and friends. whose realdencea are unknown to e.m"laln.nTh..f"r. \ ; Ih' nu,. or . It In onli.rwl that the ash" known i'onplNInsnt' ( l that th<* IN n roon In ', ndanta who are hi'ri.ttfirP
nn of Mary .
the of ami "
amusement I
Dinner over we sought John Shaw and Ray Thomas defendant who are heretofore Im..d In thl'l* I. hue of FlorftlM. known t enrnplttinant.lif .. .r. If living, and If d, ad!. all parties clnlmni I.H-01-1-8 iliciaH.dNOTICK
section and here indeed did via Lacrosse, Casey Atkinson, Buddie. order if Ivln. and. If dead all I 1"4, of nuhnr-ona uimn, whom woiilflMM .. ,puil.'r( tht. tiait| Unown and namnil .
French In,if .. r the taid. known and n.*i"ddefendanla th ( drf'ndnnha. or either of them Inl..1
Ret a new perspective of the RUBS of Brooker were in our sectionMonilsy .. aforesaid daceaaed or o.h.r.I... I. that. .10 I in wml by eomnlalnant that '.V. .UntNf"rr.n'd ,Ian.a.i or otherwiseind I OP riVAI. I>ISIIAKCKftinly

people in festive moo'!. afternoon. soil that all p..nn. whonuoever whoiie name / .ot namM h' are lntrmtM. In the that' .1 p."n. whitnroevrr thaI mav r>
written and ofFairbanks. or namiHi are alleged to b. and .r unknown ."o.M-rty Invnlv.t ault and eomplnlnantttMrr .r are In the property Involviwl ilny. aftr ilalfi. on ,,.wlt I the 21r-l
Many books have been Miss Ellen Howard And mother tn empl.ln.nt. that may be or ..Interested] <-n that h* Inca not know. And by diligent I 'hi'* unit d.o-I,0. n. fcillnw 1.lno and! ..Inl day of March, A. I). tillS' I will prrarnt ,,
clevely too about the city of Paris attended church at Little In the property Involv.d In thIs iult. dcrlbed .I i (Marrh and 'Inqu ry him not been mule l to ... I'n C.unl". Morlda to.wli : thr Ffonorahle Oii-irire A. f.arilln.r.; a. <>>untyJu'we
but at n follows lying and being In the certain whether any of the xaid. itf ft'n<'fant.. ftouth half nf nunrter ffVorthwtwt of llra'lfiir! C'ounty, ''.rl".. myvouctirre
and its big-hearted Parisiens Rock Saturday.Mr I County .Bradford and Stnte of .rlorida, to- I I _H,MI. a tr.. .I".na.l or plae. of bnnln.f-iia I IMaUetffK. i The qimrti-r of Section I "O'T,, ,, n, and final acfounta aa a.lmlnlatrntnrof '
play-place such as the Exposition and and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham wit .unkn..n. la > or alive. or In #.. I 22 East. eontainlnic twenty arr** the ratate' ot. ICnlit I*.
could observe them here with Mrs. All of Block 21 In the Original Town offttarke. lnU>nr. nr n.'. .0 it In lleued Smith anti they hereby are r."" red late of Bradford, county, soil' a>.kei!
at night-time one spene the week-end Flnrd. : there .Inl recorded In this u Iin the sworn Mil nf tha m"r or |lest ; ."ml.I.lnfl.d, in .anlue. hi."i..h.r.." .. aui-h ."mlnl.'r'r.Tl. .
unaffected by the superficialities 'f Dyal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. nffie. of .h. Clerk >f Circuit Co"r if .. h.l.v.that there are peraona firma and '") appear t, bill day of of January. A l ti l 1112*
County. Fln.I,'.. In Deed Bok 'n..d. In the amid property on or before M..d.". the Ul W. J.
every day life. Lewis .do.. a man .h..ln. the origin! boundary 'nvotvvd" In lithe nuft whose name. site, real- "arh. A. I>. I02A. othi-rwia the .Ih..lnn.. Sheriff ae EPPrR'ON of
The amusements were all very dif- Mr. B. P- Lewis was a business visitor p"of 1..rk. Flnrlo. h..n.* In the NortSvaat **.5 or place of buafnetia In unknown tneomnUlnant. .,1 bill wil b* taken ..... the R.'brrt I' Ion... drernd
the ones at fairs and festivals day last week. Barter ".'h..t quarter of l.ot'o.' 2d and In ..''" hill ret rf IN .y It < ordered thus ordr b 1-22.'..- t.
ferent from Starke one
to fown-hlp .. South. Ru-ge 22 .. '.In.t .".h known and unknown d.f Mjhh-hed one a week for four eon..e"I. --
at home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, Re. and they hereby are require t appear ,rnnn. firm anti corporationaTUFRRhOKIfi week In th. Bradford County a
There was one peep-show that Le- Jr. spent the week-end at t the bill of ."n'I.I".t. fileS Irni'l union it ia orul.rml that .1 1.. per publtahed In Bradford County; }"orrd..d NOTICE TO DEBTORS ANI) CREDITORS
Johnnie nn before Monday the 1*? day of March. firm and corporallona In ii h .if I
moyne said she had heard! about and Ptnrke with Mrs. Lewis' parents Mr. 4. D. 1921. ohe. tie .n. ,'IUt't'!">ie .if palit living or In ..l.t.rc.. d.a. or or..r.nt in th. 21lh day of I.n... A. n 1926. Notice la lierrby glen that all eredltora.

around which stood both men and W. J. Johns. bill will b taken confeneed by the xtmne. tkefl ".. tier their .r unknown A. 7. A"KIN treatere. dl..bu' and all penwina having'
and Mrs. f.n".nlo. d.vlaeea. Irvatee grantees aueeeMKiraan4 Judiie.K claim evalnet Euttat. of J. H. Rho.d.
women apparently enjoying Tt i. furh.. ord-t,1 that th't orl" Plb h.I. "n.. and to al P"O' f.rmu and ..* M JOHNS) .. are hereby rrqulrMl to pr..n'
and laughing boisterously nt NOTICE lIcked each week for four t'or.ttors." hating or any ... ..nand olielUff for Complainant .,.1. .. authenticated to the Honorable
weeks In the .f.r County Telrprvnh. a to thf.. certain ptocva or .f a... A. Card.ney. County Juiliie. o( HradfordCounty.
what they saw. In Clnuit Ourt. 8.dfor County.. MorW newspaper ... Bradford County. 'lying and being tn Bradford county. Htat of NOTICE Or GUARD Ford. within ene ,.. Or tbla
"Let'a In here!I" suggested Barry Ch_T. IIJ.ld. Florida, known and described .. AN'-"r noti.e .I b .In bar thereto I And all
go ,* 26th day of January % r I"i24.O. of ttVorthMwt peraon to laid Kalata .. requiredto
with the enthusiasm of a child: M. T"pl.*.'. 1'b. W. AKDFRMAS qoarUr qur.of Nonh. qu..; AUo Hereby notice I siv.n that I. the an.l.r.lun-Jr. tmr debt to the un" admlalatrater -

don't it will be too rough. I Clerk of Circuit Coutr. at the North- ml guardIan ( Lulen" D. forh.lh
guess Kokomo Andr'. 011. I SEAL) By C. A. .I.nln. .. run 'nlnor heir at Li.. 0 This the f Ueeernker. JMJ.
saw conservative banker from G. D "KNIGII Weat 4-_ a-mtkm lla. Ill to ale of *. Fod. .\ Ut. .RODEN.
Indiana just ahead with his fat a... a .I. 108. eorwer of ftoota.eaat qn efMTU Honorable Geor (rl.. eeoatr U-l*4)*>.tUI Ad..IniataPtar
.Q .f..e I IUe of $eeess5 _n.I 'lb
wife and daughters. T. l "Cpl' 11



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County Telegraph !|! and soapstone, forty-two: per cent of I' visited friends and relatives here last BOARD BOND TKUTEES MEET road bonds to the amount of $180,000- To Cure a Cold in CUM Umy

Bradford its zinc, ninety-nine per cent of its sul- Saturday and Sunday. I 00 sold today to the Farmers and lake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TaMMat. .
.-- 1! phur. approximately one hundred percent | Mrs. B. 11. Loflin, of Jacksonville, Starke" Flu. Jan. 2.-The board of Dealers Bank of Lake Butler, Fla. and drupe| the Couith and Headache and work on thi it
'' the of hor sister J. bond trustees of Bradford county, of Jack- Cold.l C W.(..WOVE alilnatura on ewb boxTWr
of its bauxite, 100 per cent of its was guest :Mrs.
Published weekly and entered as Florida met in regular session with soavillo.
fuller's earth 100 per cent of the C. Culdwell this week. _
second class matter, at the post country's turpentine and 1 rosin ninety-I It. L. Birt and family of Waldo, visiU'd 'ho follow members present: A. A. $.!,3 n.RO above par. The next highest --- J

office at Starke, Florida. |I per cent of its aluminum seventy- lends and relatives here lust l Mimlcn, J. II. Ritch R. A. Weeks. !Mr. bidders was Spclzer" Rurick & Co. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

I five per cent of tho r1 turlll' Sunday. Weeks acted us chairman pro tern. $173,101.00 and Ryan Sutherland A +

e S. MATTII&WS.._.--.___....___.Own.t. line, seventy-three per cent uRCUKU'I'] Mrs. A. A. Meade, was a business ': Mr. A. J. Thomas presented'' for the Co., $172,020.00. I MIAMI I
T. C. ItornNsoNMM.nualna Editor. commercial fertilizers, sixty per cent visitor: to Starke this week. | local insurance agents a, propositionfor .-.-- :
''of' natural gas, sixty per cent of the :Mrs 1\:. B. Wultcrsunft who has been ( liability insurance for the roud (depuitment St. 1'l'tl'rMburJ-CHy has 183 mileslnv.1
graphite, fifty-nine per cent of the the guest of her sister Mrs. A.A.I of the county. The matter thoroughfares 1 + *
was referred: to Mr. Ritch for investigation + "The Wonder City" +
petroleum fifty-seven per cent of thucountry's Fetch, of Lecuburg, returned to her I
I paving projectto
homo hero last und report. Sebring-$150,000 + +
lumber, forty-eight per cent Saturday.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE of the country's lead, feldspar thirty- W. 1'. Birt and family of Alohj.i i, Several delegations from different get under way in Lake Stearns J Free Trip +

I'er Year ---------------i.___ $1.50 four per cent of the mine quarry, und county were the guests, of :Mm. parts of the county were present requesting properties.
well\ produLtn' value thirty-three I'irt's: sisters Misses Mary and, Adi roods for their sections. All Cll'urwater-'VeRt Coast Ice Cream + If there is a sufficient nura- +
_________...... 75e ; percent
Six Months
of tho mineral products' value, Nimmo last Sunday. I I of the requests were filed for consideration Co., plans to erect new plant here. + ber in the party, Coral Gables +

thirty-three per cent of the pyrites Mrs. It. B. Weest and daughter when the cull for election is Live Oak-Hotel Suwannee to be + bus will take you direct to Cor- +

thirty per cent of the lime twenty. Kathryn, wero business visitors. to taken up. greatly enlarged. County plans $130- + al Gables Hotel. Half rates. +

.(even Waldo last Saturday. The secretary was Instructed to I 001) school bond Issue + Drive over the greatest and *

twentysix LA'WTEYLuwtcy take up with the International Harvester P'dCity: Undo Cit. Real .Estate + most artistic development in +

five per cent of the fluurspar twenty- I Co., matter of credit: on accountfor Co., lets contract for grading streets I + America. Free dinner at theI +

four per cent of the mineral water, I I Feb. 5.-Mrs. George! II. defective parts. and, laying sidewalks in new Govern- I :* Country Club.Don't +

eighteen/ !per cent of the cement, eighteen Morris, :Mr. William McDowell, Mrs.lElizabeth I Mr. F. M. Wulruth of Keystone ment subdivision. j I + let any party tell you *

per cent of the stone> *, 18 percent Howe and Mrs. Agnes Me-I I J'il'htIlIade\ the board a propositionfor !I + what they propose to do, but; *

'41 f9A f of the lay products, sixteen per cent Cnrmick W'eUIMtR\ Wednesday of | Mr. F. S. Wetner to change location !NOTICK TO IIMITOK9: AM> CItInl roll: i: + go and see where a quarter *

R.- ms "f the (coke, fourteen per cent of the :Mrs.: A. A. Smith of road fifteen where same intersects I of a billion dollars has already *
gypsum twelve per cent of the pig 'I with road two. Mr. Wetner Notice U berth) given that all er.tlitoru.Irttttera + been spent. Coral Gables building *
Mrs. B. and I Otis'
Hofj s little son, diHtr biltfci, and nit ppriionH hnvinvrluimH +
No. 4954 iron. were visitm.7 in Jacksonville l.Ht \ tendered, his check for $10000: to apply nKaitiHt the ,cfltiite, of H L. Blanohard.docioHrd + program ranks close to Mi. *
(Membership In National lllghw And also approximately ninety per! week. I on expense of said change. Tho lute of llriiitronl county aro herebyrequired ami record in the State. '
their claim duly authenticated +
Association) I iont of the country's winter and eailyspring Mrs Kate Farris, of Chicago has ar. hoard agreed to make the change and to to tho prvntiit unilonitHneil within ono :yeas + +
vegetables, forty-two per cent Mr. Wetrier's check was accepted. from dato. or title nuttco will be held In bar For Further Particulars Inquireof +
uvcil nnU will npeixl the winter her thi.nto. and nil iwraons tndtbtrd to scud. DM- + +
'ot the total values -- *
The rciiHiin you h>*ur .11 much knocking crop in her homo in North Liuvtey. I MON: ('OUNTY into ern rvquirrd to pay thufr.ahl tlubU to said +
about Moriclu' in the North i I" that forty-two per cent of the cuuntry'schicken Miss Eunice Dinkinx, of Jacksonville I niliDiniHtrntrix forthwith. A. E. DUNHAM: +
the booutcrs nil :stay here and only the forty per cent of the country's spent tho week-en,I with her parents SELLS ROAD BONUS Th i 3rd day: of February, 11J6 +
quitters grouches ami failures Kbuck. <> {cabbage, forty per cent of thecountry's Mr. and Mrs. Dmkins.Mi's Lake Butler, Feb. l.-.f Union county ;>.tl-et-3.8. MRS. B. L. nt.ANCHARO AJmlni.tratrl ::: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :
.-The Glermont! Press. i citrus fruit, thirty-eight/ percent
i Clardi.i! Terry who 1 is a student _.
of the country's agricultural -
pra- -
-0A ---
nurpe in St. LuKc's hospital wasa
I ducts', values thirty-six percent of thecountry's
minister in Tumpu Days buys and guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. T.
girls arc "too familiar" when four of honey thirty-fivo per cent J. Terry this week. -

them arc on tho front neat of a ForJ. of the country's corn, thuty-five per Mr. and Mrs.s John McLeod, of

He is all wrong. It shows that they cent of the country's eggs, thirty per Melrose, spent Sunday with friends LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
havo utmost confidence in "Old Hen cent of the country's fishery prodllcts'value.

ry."-Ohiiloosa News. twenty-eight per cent of thecountry's here.Mr.. and Mrs. J. B. Dye anti, little

-- berry crop twenty-five percent sons, of Jacksonville were hero last.
No new member of Florida has of the country's apples twenty- week visiting Mr. and !Mrs. A. M.
ever taken so prominent a recognition five per cent of the country's sugar, Blanchard.

as Hon. R. A. Green the young congressman twenty-two per cent of the country's Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barney and children -
from this dmtrict. If he flour and, grist mill products' value motored to Jacksonville Sunday PEEK REALTY COMPANY
makes breaks he will become twenty-one per cent of tho country'smilk
no a anti, while there were the guests. of
more useful member and will have sixteen per cent of the country'shay
a Mrs. Burney's parents, Rev. and STARKE FLORIDA ,
fifteen cent of the country's v ,
life tenure of office.--Ocula Banner. per Mrs."' Skipper.
fifteen cent of the
-o- pears per Roger Milteer of Holland, Virginia
Gainesville was cut off last week country's wheat, fifteen per cent of is a visitor at the home of his aunt
for several days on road thirteen tho country's white potatoes one Mrs. Geo. T. Pearce.

rains rendering the roads Impassable hunderd per cent of the country's cot- Miss Virginia Peace, of Jackson- I
at times. This short utritch is in the ton crop (less a few thousand bales ville was here Sunday.
city limits of that progressive raised in California) which in about
city and Mrs. J. T. Terry and son, Jimmie,
steps should be taken to remove) ouch fifty-five per cent of the world's" cot are in Tampa visiting Dr. and Mrs. G.
a nuisance to the traveling! public. ton, one hundred per cent of the coun- W. Brown.
try's cottonseed oil, emu, hundred percent I
C. Y. Mayo was in town Sunday.
OUR It K.\I I. ESTATE :MIN:0; of the country's sugar cane one Jlircus: Brown, of, spent a I j
hundred per cent country's sugar ftkys' lost week with relatives
In our lust Issuo was repioducod cane syrup und cane syrup, one hun. here.

an article from an Ohio paper, written died per cent of the country's cutlasses Mr Louis H. Hill and Mr. A. H. I' : At The GAIETY THEATRE Wed. Feb. 17 :
by :Mr. Emil Uimapfcl who has one hundred per cent of the Hiuley) were transacting business in

IJUft'hus'III'opl'rty in the !Stance ..!'c- ountrv'H cow peas, mnt>ty-ono percent Stnike" Tuesday afternoon.
tion and propones to move hero during of the country's soy beans ninc-
The n'any friends. of Mrs Leonard j ji
this month. Tho clipping was handed Iv-ono per cent of the. country's sweet
] will hear of her
Taylor regret to serious
In to tan! office by :Mr T. Williams of the
I potatoes, ninety-one per cent
illness and that her little
thu gentleman to whom :Mr. Uonapfcl 1>I1I1try'" sorghum syrup! eighty-three ,,
Ossio had to undergo nn operation forupjicndifitm
referred to as "a straight shooter," I per cent of the country's tobacco, eighty
and will wish
and, he asked that it bo published, Ai per cent of the country's rice, seventy for them u speedy recovery.Jfr. i I : The VULTURE j jI

it would .show what newcomers I per cent of the country's /gram : K. J. Roberts accompanied by
thought of this section of Florida. Kaffirs cent
sorghums/ or nlxtov per I his .daughter, Mrs. W. E.': Toroclo and I
Tine article ,
win what
ucvrpluil an nf the country's corn fifty percent M.-8. F!. B. Weeks motored to Hast
it was Lea I I
represented new iel.1I..r's of the country's Initter-Tampa logs Saturday and. were guests of11'
Impicanioni of his first" trip !<> I I Telegraph. a
Morldii ___ :\ anti Mrs. Zack Roberts. I :
and 1 Hiadfoid 1'0UlltY-II''" the Miss! Penile Tutum and Miss: Junie |
lending paragraphs/ indicated, and win \MPIOV:
Bennett of Miami! i, were visiting at i .
not rend( in its
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us the clipping also t'J' :Morris-Stion the home of Mr. and :Mrs. George Rob : =--t-: : :=:=,:=::_ --- .-. -'=
contained u hearty erts Saturday.Miss -- -------- ....- -
endorsement of Mr. William as a real Mr.: Earnest :Morris, und :Miss Eunice l.u111Tatllm spent the weekend \ -

estate operator and a warning( against Saxon of Hamilton, were married with her parents in De Land and ', A MYSTERY PLOT IN FOUR ACTS BY HOME TALENT. UNDER PERSONAL -
the remaining members of the real nt the Methodist Starke, 1
es. parsonage
was accompanied home by her brother DIRECTION OF ROBERT F. DEl\IOHEST-ENTIUE PROCEEDS
tate tribe operating In Hradford coun- by the pastor of the First Methodist, :Monso Tatum. I
ty.A church of Stnike, last Wednesday evening :Mrs. Louis H. Hill and son, Louis I

closer persuul of the article after at 3 p. m, Jununry the 2ith. J., IrV.. f;. Torode and son. John' I
publientlon revenled that while Mr. | The bride attired, in lovely
was a
Arthur, Mr.\ Ilallie Jones and Mr. Edward -
Honapfcl possibly thought it worthy dress of navy blue satin with blond.? Edwards have returned from ., Prices: Children 35c Adults 75c I
of publication In Ohio we do not be. I kill. skin shoes, and, lliu-k velvet and trip to Fort Myers. Whilo there they II

lieve he will approve of Mr. Williams' I blue satin hat to malch. wore guests of :Mr. and Mrs. NathanS. I

successful effort in having it published | Miss Eunice Saxon was born and IlliKint and Mr.\ and Frank E. Milteor. !- _. .
in tho -=' --
county in which he well make d I
his ,reared In this county, anti is veryI I II
homo. Ills description .>f I I popular here among both theyoung nst Tuesday afternoon tho class
the soil und Xhe possibilities of tho ; people and elderly people. Slio mites of Bill Harrcll who has been THERE WILL BE NO EXCUSE FOR YOUR ABSENCE-BUY YOUR I

county will be vouched for by any i will bo greatly missed here. confined to his bed for tho past few TICKETS NOW.
citizen I
citizen as will correct condemn as his readily unwarrantedattack aa every : Tho groom is formerly of Orlando, weeks! with both limbs broken gathered II

on tho activities of thu real I Fin., but now holds a position as telegraph at his home for "surprise par- I
estate operator In Key West. Ho i is ty." Each one took some gift and I
operators' in Bradford.,
No section I" well educated and refined, and one of lots of cheer. They were chaperoned
of thCtnt!! hits a bodyof ,
real the lending! citizens of Key West. by their It'acherIrs.. B. Perkins. -
estate operators who nre more The Ladies Aid nt tho homo of
I They returned to Hampton met -
straightforward and above-board Imme.I'1
in ,
their dealings with the than iately after their marriage, Miss Helen Robinson Thursday aft - ----.-- ----- -. --- -_ _-n._ ---.-.__--.__ -_ ____ -_ _
/ newcomer
Bradford county. For everyone who for Cedar, Key: by train. They went I ternon. A large This number of the members first .......+..+................+*..+....+....,.......... ....O..+.H........N.N..
has ( from there to Cuba and will return were present. was
a grievance
men here there against who realty by way of Tampa, Orlando hero and, meeting of the aid in the new parsonage I :

contented with their areCl'orl'lI purchases and are], will be nt home In Key West IIomp.tlmn and all found Miss Robinson a
charming hostess.
in very
settle down to enjoy life in Florida. February. .
Mr. They have a host of friends", who
Bonnpful spoiled splendid. newsletter MINUTES OFCOUNTY
wish them! happy and l
to the folks back homo by his a prosperous COMMISSIONER-:
misrepresentations to "real I married life. ,
n* estate|

agencies being in every other house,;| :Mrs. S. 11[. Simmons und son. The board of county commissioners : CONTRACTING
of Bradford county met In regular session AND BUILDING
hotel and pii; ur? houses being! turned Thulium who have been the /guests of '
over to them und their desire to sell Mrs. Simmon's mother, returned tJ Monday, February let 1U.25; with t 'i
all members present, as follows: :
anything from real estate to the their homo this week. J'I
noon." :M. Brownlce, chuirmain Louis H. :Y
Mrs. Jennie Hoper, who has been
We feel\ satisfied that after :Mr.Ronapfel I visiting'" in Jacksonville/ for several J. L. Underhill G. W. Hmson and S'I'
V. Andrews. :
becomes a resident of Bradford weeks returned to her home hero lust
county and becomes acquainted' Saturday. :Minutes! of lust meeting read '

with our real estate men, he will 'j W. T. Hicks, who via attending approved. :
vouch for them to the folks In Ohio school in Gainesville, spent the weekend Iho following! were stricken from ''
just as readily. as he ,'n.lorse,1rr.: Wil the pauper roll; Hannah Birch and
with his W B. Hicks. Concrete Block buildings erected with
liams. We wish also to assure Mr. Mrs F. C. Gould and Mrs. W. A. J. W. Johnson having moved from the improved patented block, insuring walls positiveair 3 I

Bonapfel that he did not escape payIng Tobey were shopping in Gainesvillelust county and :M. M. Brinson at his own circulation, giving you a building free from moisture, warm in winter and. cool in J ;
a commission the request
on property purchased .
as he stated by outwittingthe Thursday.MrGruderC Report of county judge and jail Inspector summer. Years of experience in building 'rame, brick and concrete buildings assure
real estate men. lIe will find up- : ?lovtrsettle.I.att ; received and ordered filed. .
.. Mr. R. r Ward who was sent here prO! pe'tlvl' T-'i'ldera of strongly built structure! with roofs that w'M''t turn rain.LET
on investigation that t' > ,il I t- tii,;: ;' ,' 'o uny :Mr. :Mozelle ; I I' any .
,.-r rlliuby I*.. 1 I' Qnr.. ". f '. :
L- ; .
r. v. ,j ivceivcd -
their'' com1&1lsllion. 'w, as they were I J i'lo\trsettlf, of The ellsa, were State University as county agent reported MKi-twijliE: ON YOUR NEXT UU1L11INU, PJSKisUWAL bui'l.llVislUiNuu..>

entitled to tiuietly married in Gainesville, Jan and will have an office in the :. THE FOUNDATION TO THE ROOF. .
court house.
uary 29th. I
SOUTH AND:; PRODUCTIVENESSTho Miss! Cloversettle is a daughter of 'e Bradford County Telegraph was ;
the late Fred Cloversettle of Therosa. designated as the paper in which the '
greatest section of the Nation She Is refined and highly respect county tax sale shall bo published for :
today is the South. It Is not only the year A. D. 1926. .

great in climate and unbounded opportunities ed.Mr.. McGruder is promising young I I S. P. Crews was recommended to I :.

but In production it Is manlie is. high school graduate. I the commissioner of agriculture aa ,
leading along! many lines embracinglife's Their many friends here with them county enumerator for Bradford coun i :

necessities. No longer can the I much happiness and success in their ty.The :
charge of non-production be made and union. clerk's semi-annual teport of.

yet In most cases production can be county finances presented and approved :
doubled. Still the South In general is Mrs.'T. R. Hodges has recently returned and same forwarded to the state W. W. Carpenter

prosperous, and doing! its part in pro- from Orlando where she has comptroller. :

duction. Southerners rejoice in the been the guest of her son, Mr. Hodges. There being no further business, _
fact that this favored section of the Elder Haner filled his regular ap- board adjourned until the next regular :

world Is producing: pointment at the First Christian meeting which will be held first '

One hundred per cent of America's church last Sunday morning and evening Monday in March, 1926. : .

cotton ninety-two per cent of its bar- G. W. ALDERMAN I: .

tes, thirty-three per cent of its talc Oscar Andrea and family of Stuart Clerk and Auditor. 1 ...>... ........**....*..........*.. .. >.4 .... .......(