Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 12, 1926
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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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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I t. Ker> C'lti/en of t-tarke Urged" t,' Attend LA\VIKA llAMHKIi OP\ Merchant* Aid in 1
Free Holders Only Organisation of Local Body ('fnnmm'I'( : TO .\ l\) tUT\ot-: \ : : I i WinVorld! ttar-Many' ;S.ierifices .

v- '- *; At ('luh house Tonight Made

Eligible To Vote J (Thunul.ty.) Publicity Committee Plans to Issue
Mtractlie' Tabloid Booklet
i Korcommunity; in thin country
A strung representation of the bu'i-
U"t of Proponed New Ronds, Distance '' '1lli :. HUH gouu through' u now birth us n roll -
I neB men of Starke is requested at thWomlln' \! The
And .Amount to be ExpendedSet public.\ riilniuilloL' of tin of the di'iiuiiuls toi service. Tho
Club building tonight
: Lawtev Chamber of Commerce met winwas the worker of thin. modern
Out in Election Notice
(Thursday, the llth) for organizingtho .
at the rt' ldclll"i of Mr. and" :Mrs A 'iiinn.lo. Young mon responded I to tho
Date of Election Set
Starke chamber of
commerce. Tt.
A. Smith for the purpose of launch. > nil ti> nose the seas ns fifhters and
For March 16th.
j! Each of the larger towns of the countyhave
ing( tho advertising campaign, heinj. / the young women followed them an
At the meeting of the: county boardof their own local bodies, in addition conducted by the I awtey' chamber II 1 iiursenj; 'while their rlilorn on accountf
to their connection
bond trustees held Monday at the commerce. their ago or on account of obhg.i.iiirm .
city hall, two additlonrl roads were r with the Bradford county chamber of Members of the committee pu's.'nt ( of depcndoncu and other cause,

added to the list approved at the January : commerce. At present Starke has only were: Cnpt. J. I D. :M.ithm, chairman; remained behind to )keep the home

meeting, and the date of the the county organization and many of Rev. J. V. Robinson, J. II. Moore, Mr< fires burning. Bradford county, with
uroo sTcq 1 her citizens feel that it Is now time to A.: A. Smith R. R. The-elo I thee of
bond election set for Tuesday, March and A. A. rent world, in singing tho
16th. The call for election is published put u local organization at work. Smith.It praises of tho former an tint heroes

in this issue and sets in detail In a raging storm in mid-ocean. Attend this meeting; it means muchto wan decided, that an illustrated", .. 1\( .' who kept the torch of civilization

the list of proposed new roads kind Captain George Fried of the S. S. tho future of Starke, and each business booklet in tabloid form be issued tell- The farmer and hU flaming whl'lII barbarian horde

of materials to be used, their length Roosevelt directed the rescue of. I man owes it to himself and tho ing of Lawtey's advantage and pro! receiving; much attention problems thc ate threatened to extinguish it; but not

and the amount needed to construct crew from the disabled British town to take an active interest in an ,lays (ruin the lawmakers at Wash in mil nan been said yet for these other

them. I I freighter Antinoe, recently. For organization that is working for the ress.The booklet will contain sixteenor [ngton. Speaking to tho Senate heroes, and hl'rlulwho did so
The two additional roads added to three days Commander Filed future of their town. more pages packed wit h brief the honorable William B. McKinley much to sustain tho front line of d
the list sic Nos. 42 and 43. No. 43 'I fought mountainous seas to taker,' I I FARM SELLSTO facts describing the business possibili- of Illinois, told of actual condition by knitting together tho people

commences at a point near the T. F. the sailors off the doomed thip. I t&s, beauty unit, developments, and and presents a bill to Improve i I in each community in a donor bondof

Gaskin place on road 14, thence southerly -I' Two of his own men were washed 01110 MAN wyi} contain signed!! letters from farmer them brotherhood

to and connect with road 9. From overboard and drowned. Among the realty deals of the past and growers telling just what can It IH the latter who are pointing. the
road 9 it continues in the same direction few days was the "sale, of the 80-acre I be done on our excellent noil. WilY fur tho now awakening In thin
TO UK IN (iOO8111'\ :
for approximately one-alt mild RECEIVES FIVE HUNDRED farm belonging to H. A. Prescott to ] It Is expected that these booklets I i' commuunity which is enlisting the effort

No. 42 starts from the Toruella place STARKE ROAD SIGNSA II. R. McElroy and Mary F.. Cannon of I will be ready fur distribution in a The road between here and, Jacksonville of our leading business. men.Golden .

in western_ part of Starke and runs shipment of 500 road signs in the Ohio, they are to take posRCpsion within short time. It in planned to have each l in in better condition, than !Rule Hold
1)0 unto others would have
westerly to B. S. Edwards place, then form of carrying the wording a short time. | signed letter nccoml'lIuie"| by a photograph ever before, according to Mayor .1..1.I as you
an arrow, lo
others unto is tho fnundntlm
I you"
north by M. J. McRae's to road No.3. "Starke Florida Soil I' The former J. L. Peek home on of some scene which the I C. Fowler of thin city. i,
Where re-
which thin first
Outsido of a few minor changes the wards toil," has been received and Madison street was sold this week to will describe Ihcro were at least a dozen! peo- upon community was
I I'lnlf. Nothing Ions thnn the fSoMenItuln /
list of roads accepted at the Jaunuary plans will be perfected this week for .1. II. Lord, of Orlando, who will move I Organisation Holds It.\\in"I' who told me today they had paHHd Could, bo relied! on for the! .n-
meeting stand. their posting on the main roads en- his family here. !Mr. Lord wan very over I the raid, and that there \is
The operation fur thin foundingif
The election provides for issuing! tering the state, an well as crossroads highly impressed with the opportunities chamber regular of meeting of the Luwloy i I only about u mile and a quarter leltmpiiveil new' necessary town. Our pioneers each

. $4.:>0,000 for hard surfacing, improv- ;in. the southern part of the state. this Ruction affords., Both sales \ Club commerce held in thoWoman's ,, und thin may be easily passed ilodirnted, a themvvlvesjn I llw altar of

ing: and grading the public roads of! were subscribed for this purrose were rondo by F. C. HolJing. worth. and everiil building was well attended i over," he Raid. m-rviee, or this. community would
new members added '
the county, and under the state law by citizens of the town. The -- -- -- 1 ho mayor saiil, that there wax :III
have hinted thin .
v' r day.Tho
elector who is free- STREET GRADING\ tINDKK WAY their name to thn glowing membership foundation to the reports that lh'road t?
any qualified a white arrow and\ black lettering makes roll. Hettlement that marked tho I beginning -

holder is eligible: to vote. The election ,irn that run he read at a glance, During' this week tho city has had The most important bi'..meng before is still in bad condition, and, that : cif this, thrlvln- rite! conll I
thm is hurt.
in as I being Peoplo !
shall be city g'ia
governed every respect and blank left the arrow
Bpnc.e on hove survived week but for
its tractor and grader at work on several the body wrn tho report of the pub- u tho
nand (;iaini'MVllln when the bent road
general elections, except only prop- number
with the
: will he filled
point xjinit, of helpfuln? to .Ihern that
of the streets, dragging! and leveling lieit! vommittpo. The committee healed ,
> li .ids, firougi: thin city, he snid.llo .
erty owners are allowed to vote on of miles from. different; .
the question of issuing botuK points. where the rains and! traffic had, by Cnpt J. F>. M.ithix, recommended issued. a upecial cull to nil tillini, ; m'tiinOd" I IV"" who f. ii"''e 1 It. liven
BUILDINGNEARING wrought havoc during the lust few that local ,be with this dcterii'lmilioM on I ho part
With state aid on road! 2R, Lake BIGr.S no advertising tarried tilt ions und 'Pt rntms: to u. form thetraveling
City-I'alatka-Starke short route, this COMPLETION:. weeks. Good work has been Juno by in the elm tube r of commerce literature public\, of the actual 1'01Ii.. t !>ers It was difficult to keep
", and, there suffi"li-nt I lie HIIIill Ii., ult I runt ilimtppcjiriilKtrom '
li which .
t .ql' crews mnieiiiliition w i< and, to them: to take the
proposed bond issue will allow the urge
the face of HitwiH, '/.mess., I Id.I
Tho concrete building on Temple* work yet to lf done to keep tho street unanimously ndopted. The* coinm>' ;i j.. ht highway to ..IncUHonville. '
surfacing of approximately
building this "been :, could) have
I I lucking, nut lung
for Dr. I.L. crew busy for several weeks. tee aNo icpoited aI| ,
130 miles of roads, giving aw nue being erected .IM plonif SS n iiaiiicfivillu' Sun.
Hiiveil, Tlio of hard! comli.tliiiiH .
it. rigor
Bradford county one of the best road I EiuKs: by Contractor W. W. Carpenterwill With the equipment the town owns sembling the 1I1111'rit1n.1: / d ltd' for I
several miles] of directs can be drugged the booklet to be I IHSUCI! the fu- iinpoiicil upon !Ituffiilo and Uuek1 -
follows bo ready for occupancy within ten in nenr "IJ 1..( Kl.r.llKKlO I INN": :
in the "state' divided) as ,
systems 1 thin
-i r I ill i its I early days kept spiritiilive.
in time and it is understood
day'R -
clays, workmen now being engagedon n ,
49 miles of 16 foot hard l surfaced ture.The ,
: :
helped everybody
the roof and, floors. The outside the street committee intends tot Woman's Club extended an invitation .t I unny :Musical Forte t Comedy
of 10 foot
highways, 32 miles in cond.tion.MA ('..mlnl ,, vise at MCe'ling time, lit harvest lima
lace good
miles of walls me being stuccoed and on theinterior every street to the rhamlicr of commerceto (
roads and 150:
gravel-clay and nt thicMlung, time, here wore
work is going ahead the bo lI""tIt, a dinner nt tho chI
graded roads, all on the standard 6' Friday
electric and finishing
plumbing, wiring evening.!
foot right-of-way... I I ,1011. laugh/ if you don't enjoy two.ouia Mliingin; bit's.V hen a ,neighbor fell
of the walls Wm. Rloikrr:\ disorderly' conduct; :/IFI' .. ut' solid. trier:,iiiiIit, and l iniMli', sick tlii-ro! WIIH Ill ways >M>IIII> war"", -
CHAMHER OF COMMERCEMET : Part of, the building\ will be used!
$:.i und costs .
I stay away Irom "Hucku! horry l''mu"at lii'luU'il, wiiinun, fiiiin, tin- next crodxroinl -
LAST FRID\Y by M. C. !Stith'= for his real estate of- A.V.. Kcln, speeding train; $5! and i Ziff, Feb. 12.MoHxrH.: O. W. Rivers! Iho tjaiely Theatre next Salunliiyl to sumo in and, nurse" him to

Body Endorsed Activities of Florida fice. --. costs. and W. S. Ray of Madison, spent the :,l it ration and n lfht. If you are one 1"\1\ attain, 'llio men gut together

!Society' of America .\IIIE I i N. I Wainwright, Jr., driving over week-end hero with relatives\ and ol thoHu Individuals WHO''' soul ,in n-icl buill\ the church for the" old follcs'
CREAM CABINETS[ fire hone:..,. $JCO and I costs friends warped by .shallow egotiani, colossal, to c'ongregnlo in, on Kumlayn, and of tho Bradford --- !Mr. and :Mrs. It. Thomas l likewise, built the little ,1.1 Kilmol
The regular meeting CAMS IN COLLISION IJ. and< 'Ignorance, and. hul.l jiussuamtiu 1 prejudice they >
County Chamber of Commerce C01'pl'nin/l' and Mitchell's DrugStores I Ill''' daughter, IIa/.el spent the towards all tioit humikiiity you | IIOIIHO nn HID I lull, where their buys

was held at the court house Fri have milled, Frig
day night, President D. E. Kni'jht: 1 cabinets to their soft drink fountainsfor by Robert Nolan, cross tio man, crashed :Mm. Malcolm Hunter.J. 'berry I'lnii"atuy at homo with your ineiitH of American iill/eimhip.

presiding. After reading of minutesof storing ice cream, the dry cold with a new truck near Lawley, both II. Thomas was u business visit .r iiniill coterie. Tho 1 heart of this. treat big eountrruf

last meeting business of the body atmosphere insuring tho keeping; cars being smashed, up ami tho truck to Gainesville; Saturday. "Huckleberry! firm" Is for thoao :I ours pulses in every ono of our lit-

was taken up.Jllesbmes of Ice cream nt the proper temperatureat driver was! brought to Starke where ::111'0. Howard and daughter, Ellen, who enjoy lite, fun, time HiiiiHhinu amiI I tie. tuwiiH.

Smelt, Compton, Parker all times without the aid of ice. ho wan given medical attention. TIll lirhanks spent Sunday with :Mrs, I I. '.k'MMinn.1 tjod has BO "generously, I City I ls n Melting Put

and Steel, representing! the Florida, Society The cabinet curries 20 gallons of truck was ono of tho string of new J. II. (Kelly.; tI,'taws/, Inn 1,eap1 "Jiu 'klebeiiy Our big citifM. 'mo the nic'ltmg. |IJIt,

of America, were present and j cream in four I fi-gallon compartments, cars being driven through. I: (;i. W. Rivers, W. S. Kay 1 and J. W. I'inn" radiates cheer; ho m efffrves- I mid I the |.n>hlelil nf nlmui.l>mg! into the

outlined the policies of the organization : while the mechanical part of the equipment Lewis spent Saturday afternoon in cent with good will; ho in incorribiglc body f polilii: the foreign elements

and asked the chamber of commerce is a miniature Ice plant in itself. UIJJI.JIISNU LON ASSOCI- Starko.Delathu; with fun, his optimism, is contagious, coming in our choioti. often bring oil

to endorse their work, and lon-1 l Driven by u small motor controlled byn TION FOR LAKE BUTLER :' Starling/ of Cooler Pond and I tho nuniuious mtu.itioim' unfoldeil, < horen. in our iiiitnnal| lifu, that are

their support toward securing ,subscriptions j: thermoptat switch, when the tempnr- A enthusiastic council meeting was in our section Saturday after in tho progress! of tho play brings oppoitunilien nothing short of political economicalIn

to the magazine The rture drops to a certain point, the mo- very noon. i galore for "llui'klulierry i ',,nil' imliiHli'ial' iii'liireHliuM! Frequently
Florida Society of America is11\ a' tor automatically starts and runs until wan held in the courthouse. Somo Mr and Mrs H. H Howard) Itn.l I rinn" t.. bo himself; in other words 11einariatu tin lu lire elenientu. which cannot hi.
sense u geographical society devoted the proper degree of cold is rt'n..h",1! prominent.. men them from the : :Mr L.wero M. children, attended, church nt Deilan fun, which ho docs profusely, absorbed,, iiml thou they iniiHt be ex-
nt were
umonir I
to the welfare of the state as a whoU' when the motor is! switched off. pre of the Lawr- Sunday. : coiitinuouHly/ and extravagantly. I l fllcill! ilepoi' tution, such as wo have
Van laden, president fj W nivers, nn.l :Miss Ollie\ Kollnv .. thn of
and in conection issue a monthly mag- J: --- reiterate in staling this in positively i'l reci'titly, wa only iiifonn
axine to disseminate the truth about PLAY* AT WO \N'S! CLUB nee :M. Van !Uuleii Company, of New 'pent Sunday at Sturk! with Mr. Kiv- onu of tho bent attractions that will I None. of these upheave: find their

the ttate. With assistance from th"'' I York. ;Mr. James Foley, Vico-presi- ers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. O. coinn to our Theatre this, Heason, an-l I'licf.

Woman's Club membershipswere Wednesday right, February 17th litho
secured in Stuike.many date for the presentation by the I I of AtlantA, Ga., and I). A. King, pm ,.l- A largo crowd, from here attend"! Iron moral shows, who wants good I llir I the ,development of Am'riclI"I "

1 Woman's Club of Stnrke of th'JI dent of the King T'Prnperlles, In ., I tho funeral of Mr. I Shriven at to COIIID and see the boys, /llucklebvryKimi ,I ..i': und AmiMlean institutions pro.IIII.H .

TEACHERS.. EXAMINATION I play "The Vulture." I, of Jacksonville, 1'la.Ir.! Van DoK-n P'Ian Thursday afternoon. Tin and, hii! pdl, Tom uwyer. I, along Ihu linen laid down hy

/, HELD LASTVKKK: The play is a mystery play, holding who I Is, a very prominent man of New I i"o many fiends throughout: thin section ;Mothers, come yourselves and brim nhiiiKlon and. .',.!'f'rllonin,1 IJMi .
'iork, his, pur.IIIIHe,1 quite u lot "f who sympathize with them In I
jour Intense interest throughout I i itlir your children; they will want to se" i ulna)
Thursday, Friday and Saturday oflatit entire four nctii. :Mr. Robert F. !Dem- hind here?, and feels] greatly intereBtedin ,"'r bereavement.1HKRK.SSA. 110' boy everyone ban read, HO much Aided. in )KiiiniiiK funds

week here thus regular examinn. crest is directing the cast and takesa I I I nkc Itutler. M. Ituhbnrd is n - ; u about hero will bo nothing: to ofI I II If .there was .danger that wo in (tilt

.... Lion days prescribed by the state board leo'linT part, thus assuring,; the audience 'unei.t rent estate, man of Atlanta. I I 1I 1 I fend thu most cultured, aesthetic depart from this path, as u result >'f
for teachers anal 1 II" These gentlemen! with Mr. J. W. -
of public instruction" I of an evening; of exceptional entertainment President of tho Farmer's I I Th<'re-8.a! Feb. )12.-P. :M. Geigerand taste. the easy prosperity that came to all
in Starke Superintendent Wigginswas Townsend, ,
lie is most ably assisted little son, Kurt, were visitors to '.I1lI nation from tho unprecedented
in charge of the examination. Fif- bj a number of talented local artists. !I and Dcalcrx Hank have already Huh.I Starke rridnv.. I I II :I SAMPSON! CUV development preceding the war, the

teen applicants took the three day I I I Splendid vaudeville including Mr.Nat .scribed quite an amount towards
tests, its follows, Mary Caroway Debbie Sternberg! and a splendid bunchof I Building, and Loan Association to bo Hall, visited. ; friends here Saturday. I Sampson City, Kb. 12. W. ll.j thought us buck to it. The individuala
C. II.
Phillips Laura and Acme Joynor chorus girls; and music by the or.'nnizoil in Lake Butll'r.r.: Howl Johns and family, and Nathan Smith was a visitor to SUirku at:"ir- min liecamo submerge! I in tho eonimunity. -

Mrs. G. A. Anderson, J.. T. Barnes, E. "Symphony Seven," the high school Madilov) bookkeeper for the King Ifall of Its selfish demands, had L'uivn >
: : Hampton spent Saturday
J. Smith, R. Carmichael, Mrs. Culpep.per orchestra. | Properties and Co,. Joe Hill Williams fishing nt Brooklyn lakf.. i .. M, Vurnen spent a few days in I WilY before the needs of other

Helen Caldwell, Cora Calhoun, Tho curtain will rise promptly at 8:30at : i xl this place have been appointed I Mr. and Mm. C. n. Manaire, nf Graham taut week visiting her broth KIM: Cross funds had to be raised Lib

Free Wynn. Colored A. O. Jenkins! the Gaiety Theatre. Admission :Sits promoters for the building and loin Hampton, spent the week-end hero .... 1'u lab, |I II..ty Loan quotas necdod and, tho

Mildred i Paul Kstella Roberts. and ';'SI!. I .association.! Our citizens are aware [ with Mrn :Minaire's mother Mrs.: \'i. S. Kabb hall returned homo alter I i benefits of the federal food administration
f the fate that Lake Butler has many upending several weeks. in Went i'alm ,,, complied with. Often it was
Jetty Clo9<'\I'\ .
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTJ. CARD OF HANKS advantages and facilities to place heron )lieach. I I IJ I
If. D. May has recently purchased 1 ', I for the Individual to do what
I the map and on a level with other JIJ.. Jones, of WiMwoud\ in hereon him but there was thc
Intoxicating I win asked of ,
C. McLendon, possession of the mercantile] business of T. !M Hann ?-
Wish to extend many thanks to the I Towing cities, and they will sub- a visit With his mother, Mrs. S. E.I I I{ commumtv's quota to meet-so nothing
liquor, plead guilty; sentenced enthusiastic people! of this community.So 'ribe liberally to the large amount already 1.I 1. of Hampton. Jones and
but combing
remained to
{ to pay fine of $150 and costs or many lovely things have been doneto subscribed for the building and) Jesse Chcsnut of Melrose, was Mrs. W. II. Smith and children "
in lieu of fine to nero visiting relatives the last of the Unrig tho community "over-the-top.
3 Odays Jail, or
cheer husband during his I loan association. Futhcrmore we areexppctlnll'
my pro
week. ;Miss Ethel Varnes and :M. Varnes motored | Lack of space forbid going into
serve additional 90 days. longed illness. Now comes this beau water and sewer system. A to< Starke Tuesday afternoon. I eater details, but these brief refer."flees .

Carl Andrews, Gainesville, assault tiful mass of gift to brighten him day committee has been appointed to confer hat' will he beneficial to the truck Bob Waren and Lewis. 1'arrinh of will suffice to bring the point

and battery; bond forfeited.D. charged by day. with contractors in reference raisers, and will be in a position to Palatka spent Sunday here. I home to readers of thin. newspaperwho

Strickland, of Graham, Mr Thoman I I" eager to thank the same give the farmers n ready market for R. Lee Gibson and mother, Mrs.S. are now brushing! these, lessons

with Issuing worthless checks; charge donors for their sympathetic act. Committee : C. F. River., G. W ,>5I vegetables. raised In the county. ? Gibson, of Gainesville\ were visitorsat aside and patronizing others. than

withdrawn upon payment of costs and Mrs. J. Frank Thoman "; nlres. J. t. Douglass. With these things !hi view for the the home of Mrs. Josie Hall's Sun. home-town business men.

making checks good. On the principal streets Lake Butler I have boan
near future and road bonds being sold! day. The Starke merchants
Louis Crawford is being held upon Scoring-Two local banks had combined has fine concrete sidewalks. and street
recently at a premium Is putting a Mrn. L. Kite and Mrs. !S. E. Jones trained to community Icivlemhjp.
Orlando authorities! deposits of U.5 O,635.97 on
complaint of paving Is anticipated. Futhermore, vim In the citizens' and all are putting! were visitors to Starku one day last I Their money Is invested here and they
charged with larceny of a tire gauge. December :J1st. :Mr. Van Dolen will head a corporation their shoulders. to the wheel week. (Continued on Page 4))


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SPisasasasasasasEbHSi .zids. 88a r' asasa sa Kaaasasasasu s s 5 "+ ZSTSZSBradford patrons first: class service in every

High School l Journal way.The post office has been moved to I Newt of Florida In Short Paragraphs

I the Hauser block on Lawrence Boul

evard. Mr. Carr the postmaster has

just completed the arrangements for
J ELCKNB MATTIIEW8BAMMV- sTElt\ahalG--: OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM IUNCA.-: the transfer and the express office, [ Lve State News I kdllor. J.k. Ldl, ,
Editor( loca-
AMIM-UI. also bo maintained ut the same I
rg dllrlchlr __ __ _ill: __ tion. This change will provide ample !i iI

tho grade Special attention is paid room for the steadily increasing business I I

to the arllgrlllhinl> to margin and of tho post office and will give TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES
indention: the citizens of the Heights much better I

Lightning service.At I
There are two kinds of light, natural the present time every day sees - - -- -

and artificial. Natural light is two or three cars arriving from Jack- :i Tallahassee-Gus Parten, negro, approximate gain of 417 per cent over

from the sun, the stars and the moon sonville under the direction of Messrs. was being held in the county jail this I the sales of January, 1025, according

Aitlfical light is from CanlIelllas rtszs Ilumlin and Dunn who have an morning on a charge of murder as to deeds filed in the office of Vance

lamps torches and electricity. I office at that place and maintain daily the result of the slaying yesterday of I E. Douglass] clerk of the circuit

The use und heat The use of the moon is to Jacksonville. I I I

give light at night. The use of the 1 I j Eau Gallie-The new causeway St. Petersburg-Two bandits held up

stars is for light and also to guide NEW RIVER I from here to the beach will be opened and robbed Fred II. Cole, his wife and

people in traveling. The use of the I [} I with a big celebration in connectionwith j i daughter tonight as Mr. Cole was put.
candles, gas, lamps, and electricity !s';' ;; G I 1 :New. River ">b.l2-Mr. G. W. Andrews the annual festival] on Washing ] ting his automobile in the garage at
52.S7SaSSSa52 when there J and Mr. Allen Porter were visiting ton's it announced by his home and with
night birthday was
I to give light at or I Henry I knew escaped $20,000 in
were wonderful in Starke :Monday.Mr. ,
EXIT SOCIOLOGYENTEK- is not enough natural light. ', but I didn't know the local chamber of commerce. Jewelry
ECONOMICS Some of the dangers of artificial' you could get : Allen Porter has returned home I -
I light are that candles might be up-1' me Is on them. from Waldo. Tallahassee-Gasoline consumed in West Palm Beach-After being marooned .

The juniors are overjoyed to think Florida 1025: totalled 211,921- for 15 hours on a coral key
set and set! fire to valuable property.Lamps Teacher-Why urn't :Misses Alphia and Ina Hodges has during I
that they have at ]least finished with and gas sometimes explode'I (:lenn-I ain't :you writing. ? accepted a position in Starke. I 430 gallons, according to J. Hmton south of Miami, surrounded by man.

Sociology. They sweated and toiled and do great harm. The danger of i got no pen.TencherWhere's Mrs. W. M. Hodges has returned Pledger, chief of the inspection division eating sharks and lashed by the tempest -
over their books for hours Thursday I your grammar! ? : of the department of agricu1turc. !- that swept the coast last Wednes-
lectrbity Is !shocking killing peo-,
( !enn-She's dead. home from Waldo where she has been
night and tok their examination on pip by touching live or uncovered I I visiting her daughters, Mrs. C. L. At- The consumption of kerosenei day morning, Gene Buck, well-known
it Friday morning. I f:t wires. j Eighth GradeAt kinson. i amounted to 23,018,362 gallons duringthe composer, his wife and Mr. and Mrs.

Political Economy IB now replacing.Sociology. ; Thelma Seals. same period.HollywoodMrs.. Sailing Baruch, returned hero lat:
The text book studied '1.1 I __ __ i! the last meeting of tl.o club, Mr. Everett Renfroe is a visitor in night.
Feb. 2, 1026, we voted on the following I
Gainesville.Mr. .
"American Economic Life" by Burh. Seventh Grade 1: Margaret B. Smith

Economics i Is concerned with welH't'1 I It appears that the prohibition law I I : M"*ryl" and Mrs. R. J. Turner have 18, and u son, A. C. Smith, 28, both Tallahassee-Eight hundred studcn

It i III the study of wealth and its reU- has gone Into effect in our room since Wittiest Smartest pupil-Louise Hayes. i moved to Gainesville. of Rochester N. Y., are dead todayas Tampa-J. B. Ryland, 29, of Bermuda -

tion to the welfare of man. Thin subject we got' the new Ink wells, for our Most popular pupil-James Lewis I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were l lI a result of railroad crossing wreckat Alabama and Ashley Burns 21

is not defficult but great benefit, desks are always dry. drews. pupil-Lelia Doa A n- I visiting Mrs. Atkinson's parents, Mr Haliamlnlff, near here, early lost of Savannah, Ga., were drowned near

.. xpc-cted to be derived from It. We are glad to have James Richard Best looking-Mary Touirellu. I and Mrs.V.. M. Hodges Sunday.Mr. night. ',when here yesterday in Old Tampa bav
It is also an Interesting. study. W.iinwrijrnt, hack after n few days Cutest pupil-Leila Dea Andrews.We M. Jo'. Wiggins and Mr. Frank : Schoppe a of overturned.the Captain boat IL'L
r'oit I'ort government
Myers Myers getting
absence with the big, head ( )
BOYS nrrp,\TCOK.: <:Eo.I:. ( mumps also had the following pro- Andrews were visitors to Lake Butler ready to receive Thomas A. Edison, t Ruche, reported to police, today.
GIRLS LOSE!\ gram: one day ]last week. '
To a Paper FlowerA famous inventor, when the latter arrives -
1. The Little Girl Who Won't Mrs J.P. Atkinson, of Dondals- for Chipley-Gcoige W. Corbin a farmer -
beast his winter vacationing in
Friday, Feb. B, both the boy's and Ms\ man all a confuning puny ; rel'lte-IJy Lena Bell. ville, Ca, was in our town Wednesday Florida, February 4. Anuuncement living a few miles from here com-

q-irl's teams of R. II. S. played Green The senses flowers on Mrs. Wasdin's deskW 2. Reading, 'The Night after enroute to Brooker where .she will of the coming of Mr. Edison was made mitted suicide today by shooting him

Cove on the Green Cove court. The continually praising, Christmas" by Louise Hayes. spend sometime with her daughter, by the inventor's local agent, Frank self the fatal shot practically bloin \\"-
girls game roslulted in a score of 11 While lire bees their crest 3. Song by Leah, Estelle, Leila VI rs, Var.ce Russ Mout.Tumpa. his entire head off III health and
to R in favor of the Green Cove tcnm. pass open in. Den and Lena Bell. Mr. J. B. Russ and :Mr Wilmer At. the death of his wife three weeks ago

The boys game reunited in a score Not even stopping to !gaze: 4. Reading, "Gone But Not For- kinson, of Brooker we.'o in town Wed- -The police here were are given as the cause of the tragedv.'

of 21 to 14 in favor of the Starke TommyI got Hamburg and Java gotten" by Paul Knight. 'nesday night. searching for a boy of immature years St, I'ctercburg-Press
team. After the game both tennis on my radio last night B. Verse, "If No Ono Ever :Marries : Mis. F. A. Andrews, Mrs. M. F. who, the proprietor of a local] floral the world will/ be issued Congress
were taken to the Woman's' Club Me." by Thelma Silcox. Wiggins and sister Jewel motored to shop said, entered his establishment, an invitation
to hold! its next
where they were entertained with -- -- -- 0. Song by all. Lake Butler Saturday afternoon.Mrs. calmly walked to the cash register Fla. meeting in Press City
by members of the International
games and muxic. At the clone of the 7our'Health C. L. Atkinson has returnedto tang it up, pocketed $25 and strolled Press
evening refreshment of sandwiches' About Jokes her home in Waldo after a week's nonchalantly from the store. the Foundation at the meeting of

cake and coffee were served.! j Paul-Say, James I heard you were visit with relatives and friends. congress in Geneva Switzerland,
.---- sick! STATE NEWSTallahasseeFight< __ _ __ _u__ in September, it was decided at yes-

The school grounds are one more I Jame -Yes, I was. I had the new WOODLAWNWoodlawn hundred students terday's session of the foundationheld

dry enough to be used t to play on during I disease called "the clothing. sicknenn." of the State College for women<< here.
physical education period. During JI Paul-What on earth is that? Feb. 12.-Mr. J. S. were vaccinated here today by Dr.

the past week the ground were I Things, You Should Know James-Well, I had a coat on my Norman and daughter, Miss Myrtle, I,'. A. Brink, of the bureau of com- Mate Tallahassee College-for Photographers Women of the

too wet 1o permit exercise In the oncn tongue and my breath came in short were visitors to Jacksonville Monday. municable diseases at Jacksonville", as taken are to be
by airplane here. The
therefore this ni-rlod was cut short. I pants. Miss Debbie Phillips of Highland a precautionary measure against college
spent Sunday here with her parents. smallpox. authorities have given permission to a
causing tho student to get out of
I New
school forty-five minutes curlier in Johnny was in the habit of swearing Miss Laura Joyner spent the week' i ___ York firm of aerial surveying to"snap"
the afternoon. when anything/ didn't please him. One end at Theressa the guest of friends. I'I I Lakeland-H. J. Harter, 60, of the campus and buildings
I the Miss is''l, Loughman, was instantly killed near within the next two weeks. Similar
-- -- dav minister heard him and said, : Agnes Joyner, of Starke,
n. ii. S. PHILOSOPHY! sill nli "Johnny don't you must not swear ? the guest of her sister Miss Laura that city this morning when he was pictures are also to be taken of the

Why every time I hear you swear a Joyner here this week. I struck nt an open crossing by the University of Florida

Its the late bird that catches the I by John Joseph Gaines, M D: cold_ chill runs up and down my back. I D. B Browning of Jacksonville, second section of Atlantic Coast Line Fort Myers-With- government
demerits. I "Aw that's nothing," said Johnny spent the week-end with her family train No. 03. The accident is saidto of the a
I survey waters of the
Never study today what southwest
you run !put have been unavoidable.Key .
SLEEPPhysiologiats "If you were at house tho other
off until tomorrow. up my here.Miss coast of Florida from Tampa to Na-
know that repair day when ma caught/ her nose In the Debbie Phillips was the guest ples under
A poor excuse i is better than four West-General John J. Per- way, and with Commander.
demerits.All goes on only during sleep, that is, clothes-wringer, you would have of her Uuncle] A. O. Strickland in j shing will arrive from Cuba Monday William E. Parker aboard the federal
the transformation of inert matter frozen to death Starke Thursday and Friday. j aboard the U. S. S. ship Hydrographer
is not Latin that iahhers. Denver, it wa docked here, pro.
food) into living, active tissue. Messrs. J. :M. and V. H. Norman
To net demerit I III human to begood Physicians know that: if sleep is Interfered Last Friday Feb. 5, Miss Helen were business visitors to Jacksonville I aid by authorities here today, General poncnts Gulf of the deep channel from the

tllvinoOf with In an Intemperate Caldwell and Iris Brown gave the Wednesday. Pershing comes by way of the I to Fort Myers are encouraged

nil ion.1 I word, of tnntriip tlr n.-". I manner, the human machine ill eighth grade a wennie roast. It was Canal zone! after an extended trip to today, _

THc "".II"t, nre ",'on'v... over ten." run down in exact proportion to the from seven-thirty to ten. It was. given PINE CASTLE South America including Peru and Toinpu-Two prisoners from

Slow rlseth grades. bv dumbness dii- violations indulged. in the yard of Mr. and Mrs.. K. W ; Chile. the city jail here escaped

'Irl'"s'd.l But, man is by nature, has ever Hayes' Those present besides the Pine Castle, Feb. 12.-Mr. and :\Ir... Tallahassee Hialeah luck to their tonight by picking
has broken all cell lord
!Stone walls do not n nrlnon make, been will ever be-a rebel. He eighth' grade pupils were Cleo: Shepard A P. Stringer/ and little son, A. P. Jr. | records in iron bar that forcing an
the sale of
numbered coins was sawed
Nor Iron bars, n cage: does not liko to bow the knee, e\ei l. Myrtle and Emma Strickland /.tn.1F.1i1I".th of High Springs, were the guest of I in the four through by
Stone who
hough longer nnd healthier life :Mr. :Mrs. Mountain Memorial 1 1I prisoners escaped last week.
Hut hrlrk wall At the school house Kendrick, and A. C. Hall Saturday af The
Is the reward for so doing. He eats ternoon.G. 'I campaign i according to an announce- escaped men are Lloyd Stubbj,

Mv calico blood to boil and rttlre.i his heaviest meal at the onset of KEYSTONE:. HEIGHTS W. Sheffield was a business visitor 1, merit made at headquarters here t<>- \-ho was being held for Bainbridge: ,
evening, when digestion is retiring; to Graham Thursday. I day Ga, authorities, and Ernest Kader.,
i: tSZ5Z52St'52',
S2.r'Z5 for the day. He works' hIs brain, Keystone Heights-A regular meeting :Mr. Rogers was transacting business h. :al 1 on a charge of operating a car
after ono manner or another until' / of the Keystone Board of trade / TlIlIahn"scfeond fleet of while under the influence of liquor.
Reports From | midnight or even later. There are in Hampton Wednesday i airplanes\ of the Florid Airways ecu'
wan held at Inn
Keystone with about
clubs, lodges, meetings of the Miss Lucille Hall was visiting ]I poration I Is now en route here front I Miami-Police late last night shot
fifty members in attendance and it
I "board", smokers, theatres. After friends at Waldo Sunday.Mrs. i Chicago and Is expected to arrive hero one alleged bandit and caught two
The Grades G theso he is "dead to the woild" was decided to continue under the director : Gillette and son. Harry, of ;Monday, according! to a telegram others in a prolonged automobile

until barely time to rush into Ids system again for this year as Hampton, spent Sunday afteroon herewith reaching/ Senator William C Hodges i.huso of several miles", through crowded -
good' results hud been shown
.:52SS2 r2S252525Z'-SZS'urZ5ZS252S.First garments and hurry, duringthe I Mrs. O. W. Sheffield. ;, here today from an official of the air thoroughfares The chase ended
Grade. the office. After a season, ho year past.", The directors will A. C. Hall was transacting businessin company. when J. A. CaRe, 10, driver of the pur-
finds thut he awoken> less readil}'- meet this week for organization. Mr. j Waldo Saturday. I ___ sued machine, was shot while
The first crude him u now pupil ho buys uu alarm-clock. This rau- ''F, D. Hornbeck tendered his resignation | Cecil Rafuse of Hampton, WAil visiting | Pcn"aeola-Escambla county will ing out west Hagler street. Two speed-oth-

this week, Puuliiia Howard. cous device literally Jerks him out as secretary owing to friends here Friday night. I begin active work in cattle dipping er' youths in the car their

of bed, more tired than when ha his business. Mr. John Bird was selected -' )0;. J. Dowling of Starke was a visitor early in March, according to Dr. as Lloyd Kitchen gave 18, and William names
Fifth K.Kffie
went to sleep. He becomes stupid in as secretary' for the ensuing at the home of W. M. Rogers Sunday I N. Lauderadel, of the Florida B'I|I Turner 16, both of whom
Mae Harris from Raifoid entered are said to
the office, gets "dizzy spells" and! and) I, Block
year began his duties at once. It evening. 1 Sanitary Board. Work of have admitted
the fifth II class last", week making finally consults the doctor. Yen, he was decided that a hook for tho registering -. Miss Lucille Hall attended churchat i| building the vats is progressing fast, in the night.staging a robbery earlier -
the enrollment of our room forty- has high blood-pressure, fur above '
of visitors of Keystone Height Waldo Sunday evening.. i Dr. Lauderdale said. -
five. normal I The diagnosis, overuoikt should be placed' in several places Lee Dyal, of Graham was visiting Tampa-Sunday dancing at public
The warning that an out-door about the town and the secretary was fi'lends. here Saturday evening.G. I Tampa-Bert S. Pounder, a real estate halls has been prohibited here by an
Fifth Grade.Tho cation is imperative, else the crash salesman of Johnson
instructed to procure books for this F. Johns and E. L. Youngblood City Tenn, ordinance which was passed by the
received their health will come. Reluctantly the ten-day
fifth grade died here last night of he .
last week. country life is un.'ci' ,taken-the purpose. :Much interest was manifested of Waldo, were visitors at the homo injuries re.i city commission with a margin of one
pins from Miss simpler life. Hellcf Is:: prompt asa at the meeting and the board, of of A. C. Hall Sunday afternoon.Mr. i ceived yesterday when he was vote. Passage of the ordinance means

There were thirty-three pins for sent doing to rule-he gets better, and goes' trade will begin the years activities Rogers was a visitor to Graham ,i ed from the side of a moving knO'k-1 I the closing of several] large dance
|Ioe given out as rnrcl several] a projecting' timber on the halls which have been
at having
directly buck to the violation of once they projectson one day last week. doing a large
Pulm river.MiamiG.
Ihe chores faithfully.We right living that made him ""kkl! foot at this time. :Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and daughters i business on Sunday nights Attorneys
nail lIlIl..1the I --- I II
have in our room u Too often ho pays the penalty with Myrtice and Margie were shop- O. Burton whom the 'i I for the dance hall interests requested
"Miss", Olive Kay nad. From timeto his life, before the age of ,|lety' Mr. Fred Carr has recently sold ping in Hampton Wednesday after I police| suspect of being ,Frederick G j'j'I I that the anti-dance law be accompan-

time Miss Ray hangs on this Then we nay he died of over- his grocery store to Mr. McKay who noon. Heal", wanted in New York state toI ied by similar I action against alleged

nail a fine picture which the grade wotk. will assume management the first of A, Hall of Hampton was a visitor | answer grave digging chares incidentI games of chance at South Florid

will study about. The first picture The facts are, that work Intelligently February. Mr. Carr is also postmaster here Sunday. I to an alleged insurance fraud late today fair.

she brought was Rosa Bonheur's"House followed out Is tonic, and express representatives at ,I Clyde and Wilbert Hall spent' Sun- :I was released on bond following .
Fair" Such an interesting healthful, and never harmful. The the Heights: and 1 these positions he i i day with Vonnie Riley, of Hampton, I I habc'ius corpus proceedings. ; (Continued on page 6))

lesson we had on this great artist and perversion of night into lay is a will continue to hold. Mr. McKay is I Ian Ira Hives of Jacksonville, was visiting Cold Cause Oirlp, and Influenza
her famous paintings! violation of the UM of right (iv- experienced grocery man having friends here Monday night I i Saoford-Snnford's real estate
lag, that Ii 'iuru to draw its penal conducted such a store for many years j j !I I I transfers for January amounted to LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets rwnm
UM .
The following story on "Lightning"was ty with unririnif" exiutitr ..s.Next thej cause There l I. only one "Bromo. Quintal."
and Use The Ads
and will give Want
sell:ted as one of the best from K..Lo. "''lii I'I'IQ." in the north try Telegraph 12,451,000, a !gain: of $1,077,500, or nn E W CF"VI''S ''lw.wonlx>*. THc.PAGE .

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course you are going: to give her a
Leadership I Is Ours I
box of candy I So why not give her the
best} She will cherish the feeling of at

tentive of thoughtfulness good taste. behind this display Peek Realty C O. We lead in styles' quality, service and
value. The only thing we are not high-
Our candy is most delicious-it is eat in is price. We carry a moat complete -
temptingly arranged in lovely boxes,_ stock! of men's: and boys'; furnishings .
nd the prices are the lowest. REAL ESTATE suits and overcoats. We hope<< to
be favored with your patronage.
-A splendid Assortment.

Mitchell's Drug Store Improved Farms, Turpentine and Timber Lands Residences! in Starke, BnUdL
Lots for Homes ud Business, Lake Kin gale? Waterfroat Lots. '


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ICE CREAM\ SODAS and SUNDAES The Store Where Quality Ratal
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Have you ever worn Iron Clad guaran-
teed hose? If you have you are our

There\* a oat for Celotez every build- A BARGAIN customer
.... Large No. 3 can of those good For Sale If not, and you wear a pair then
CALIFORNIA CLUB PEACHES you will also be a customer once

IDEAL INSULATING LUMBER 25c 7 Acres of good land part well We have all the new shades in silk and
fenced. Fair house. 1 1-2 miles of silk chiffon. Price $2.00.
Starke. $700.00; Terms. We also have a full line of children's
Sold by socks, just arrived-they are sold under -
a money-back guarantee-give
QUIGLEY & DAVIS Variety Market G.M.INMANBUILDING them a trial.


If It'* meat yon wart at the beat prices Marguerite's Shoppe

Just phone 24.

Does Your Money Leadership !

Women Be Wise! .I leadership is born in an individual. lie
either has it or ho hasn't it.

Keep Jl Bank Account! Leadership: belongs to this man poHse ainu\;

MANY WOMEN keep too much money personality, power of mind, strength of
in their homes subject to theft.BESIDES Come Back ? character, fortnight! keen judgment and an

nearly every clay you read of understanding of those he serves.Leadership .
lost or stolen containing large
purses amon business/ institutions is
amounts of
money. conferred by the of this
people community
ALL of this can be prevented by having
upon our bank, because they have found it
a checking account with this bank. -- -- -- - -
EACH CHECK SHOWS: ..__., to Lo faithful In service, strong in character,

-The date WHEN You spend your money out of town, when you patronage stores in wise: of counsel, powerful and SAKE:!
One transaction, ono deposit( : will convince
-The AmIou.nltT other cities', or buy from mail order houses your money never conies b.ick. (
_\ 0 you.
Money spent outside of Starke will never be used:, for the betterment of -
YOU will have a receipt and a record
showing all of your transactions. your home city. Money spent In Stn rke stays here, it 1.O tN :; SAI-'K 1 1: PKPOSIT! IIOXKS:
YOU will appreciate more than once -
it is used for >ou. The profits of the enchants of Starke are spent here.
having such an easy! system for the. PLUS SKUV1CEBradford :
things that your money goes for. Are you sending your money away where it, or the good it may do, will

never come back? Keep jour money where it will work for ).oul!
BANK Of STARKE County"Bank

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We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving BANK

Buy From Home Merchants

Bradford Cl>unty.* financial Stronghold
Established 1889 Starke. l-la.

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TRUSTWORTHINESS Dependable Service
HITS SOMEONE We fill prescriptions with purest standard TIRES, TUBES, GAS & OIL

ingredients. You can trust our recommendation Trade At Home
on "home remedies."
Let us tell you what complete I automobile -
You can buy as cheap at Stumps ns youPERFUMES
coverage means, and what it costs.
ETC. I can from mail order houses:

Corpening's I

J. W. Andrews Jr. I
Harold C. Wall DRUG STORE .


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"a< -City pluiui I Tampa-New concern to locate West Palm beach Automatic
REVEIW repairing Jetties at entrance to Fer- ''h.wpu-c.itlzlOn: Lank and TrustCo. *oV improvement program. hero, lot manufacture of Tbvriiutlmu I inu-
nandina harbor. ihine switching telephone will
<<; ., to organize $000,000;: bond and 1uuni-c.Jt8; flint large floating las producers. system
Fort l\feade--Construction begun on llaines City-229 new telephone In. be installed.St. ..
mortgage firm. iiuUl, "Minnesota, will be in service' .tloore Haven-Construction work
tel.pew $200,000 Fort Meade Terace ho tailed' in 1W3.\ lampa-Abell & Demson to Iaun'chuuuo Boon.t begun on 4160,000 Eludes county court Auguitine-1200,000 St. Augustine / -
Avon Park-CIty's $300,000( street be Bunijell constructed.-New $100,000 hotel will .." building program at Tampa ort 1)'er8-New bank will open I house. Yacht Club to be built on IMvis -
paving program gets under way. Sanford-:Southern Klwanians plan Beach. m Last tort Myers. I }roatprof-Contract; let for $!3 luGui) Shores.
Sarasota-$l,2oO,000; ( hotel projectto ning to establish giant airport here. Astatula-Work to begin soon on Live Oak-Suwannee hotel to have city hall. ____ i.undo- $3,000,000 improvement
be built on Golden Gate Point. I'ort Myers-New waterfront boul- new county bridge across Little Lake I new 60-room addition. Okeevhobee ':'"Okeechobee: News receiving program to bu launched by city.
Jacksonville-Florida Realty & Securities evard proposed for this city. Harris.Elfers. Southern Bell Telephone Co., will new equipment fur new plunt.Okeechobee bt. l'cterllburg-City lets contract
Corp. will erect 17-story office Jacksonville-Morris Plan Bank de- -New state bank to open I .nil more than $:JUUUUUU for improvements -Boston and Detroit fur paving additional US miles .
building, on north tide of East clares 8 per cent dividend. here. in Florida during I'JM. capitalists will soon begin CUIJIII.rUC-1 Augustine $1IliIJOU suuwtllvill
Forsyth Street. New Port liichey-First State Bank Indian Rock: *-40 new homes to be Coral Gables-$1,4UOUUU ice storage tioa here: of $JUUOUU theater be constructed at Davis iihjren.
Milton-Bids asked for constructing of New Port Richey had total deposits cmatructed here. plant will be constructed. business block.KwsimmeeLocal. I Milton-New Santa Rosa
12-mile strip of highway along Santa of $1.062,545.79 at close of 1925. PerrY-Work started on Perry Winter l'ark-1112. building con bank deposits r courthouse will cost between $12,0ui county:.
Rosa Peninsula. South. Jacksonville-New South- struction totaled reach mark. I
..._. T---_ 21000000. IJ.000,000 and $150UOO.PlUDAY. .

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DL OLOCi0' ''OClO' 0=o.: 1 WOMAN'S: :::; CLVD MEETING standard of window display could *every i'

U Ui I considerably advanced within n'' 1
I I The V,'./man's Club held its regular
few months I
I.a.l without any real outlay :r--OOMjNG
i pO meeting: Wednesday, February 10th. on the part of tlu merchant and ir.I i
A,I"r, the routine business report
I this way we could make a very much
fu. in department end committee chan- I
ely more favorable nripriunion\ on our vis..
ii! i were tilled for.Ihe .
itors und
ceitainly it would be much
chairman of finance, Mm I'.
on our own Finally it
eyes. is
A. Weeks, reported number of the
a believed that it would result in increased SATURDAY FEB. 13th
R Ro ten dollar pie ,us jtuid
trade for the more progressivemere
I'Iio ilt.r.9
o I The Chairman of the Program Com- I

r nil:tee, Mr-i. J. :'1. announced
._.. "'" "'" ..r--one-.nt----+nvn a EI a The fourth and last way in which, t
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would address' !
our city may be mild! more :
SIKKTAINS A'r HHIDCK/ blossoms. I the dub at the Honda Day :Meetingin Gaiety Theatre Starke
by organized planting of trees! :'
Mr. und Mrs. Moore left during the March. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump delightfully I shrubs and flowers on our home premises
evening In their car for a trip down the | :Miss Ailcen Mvaier, our efficient I
entertained lit bri, :"" I nnlln public platen such as schoolhouse )
East: Coast and upon their return will Chairman fl f Junior Civics not being
i :lurrd.iy evening at their iomu on ground and surrounding( our i
Walnut street. be at home to their friends in Lawtey able to attend sent in a report and un church homes. We decorate, our pul Matinee and Night
:Mrs. Moore traveled in atan gown outline:/ of the work planned by that
Several rounds of bridge was enjoyed pits each Sunday with cut flowers
with hat and accessories to match. department. .V risln'. vote of thanks and
during the evening and homemade potted plants but why neglect the
Both Mr. and Mrs. :Moore have a was given her for the splendid worK MATINEE -.3 P. M. NIGHT '
candy was nerved the guests outside ? A few oleander poin- 8 P/M.
host of friends who will wish them done with the Juniors
and the club regrets -
during the settias and will
Kume.Appropriate roses do wonders to I I'n
happiness in their married life.BOiiANNONBLANC'iI.1RD. j that .she tendered her reslgnatu / -
awardedfor relieve the
prizes were dreary exteriors of
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to'der: of high and low score, and : n at this time. most of our churches A vine here and ,
I Mrs, L. A. Davis has been appointed ,' ..- '-r.c--. ,... -._
Mrs. Baker -
and :Mr. Henry were presented there helps to make a church home- f --- "'" -
with the guests prlz,,". :Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Melville by Mrs. W. S. Jennings (state like. A tree now and then might wellbe I -itOY t
; :
chairman uf the Endowment Fund) ; .
Delicious chicken salad saltines, lilaiichard of Lnwtey, Florida, announce set out to perpetuate the memory I .
pickles, olives, nag cocoa were flar-; the marriage of their daughter as county chairman for Baker, Union of Home dearly beloved pastor. I 0'.,' .prSf5'r\1.s ) I

ved at the conclusion of the games. Wylma Anna, to Mr. Charles Stiles anti Bradford counties. She read a letter Memorial planting should be undertaken I ,. -.r "\ //AARKTWAls\ GREATEST S70rc'I /

Those enjoying! tins affair were: Bohannon, of Miami, Florida, Jan. from Mrs. Jennings giving! plans by the schools, and civic organizations I ,ix. .. c 'JO G' rh ) :. 1 __ ( STAGE PRODUCTION)____ i'N I

Mr. and Mrs O. I. Bc.mley, Mr. and uary the twenty-fourth, nineteen hun- for. the campaign of said fund, which In this connection it is believed '! I .' It.w A.' f f\'aIII.WlIr,.....a.w'rw.e. ...

Mrs. N. t"rnhl'rlIr.: and Mrs. J. dred nnd twentysix.Mrs. I i is o be launched in February. The that the county agent might bet I :,.... M' ..\ M'lItl

W. Andrews Jr. Dr. and :Mrs. E. IBifgH -. liohannori has many friends 'I elt"> voted to pay ten dollars annually of great assistance by taking orders I ii ; 't ... Io."t.

i Mr. a* d :Mis. A. S. Crews, throughout the county who will learn I j I for three years towards the Endowment for nursery stock and getting the bene- I \ : { .r'' '';.'i'iI'

Mrs. 1 I.. Mrs. Maker, and Mr. with interest of her marriage, and I Fund. I II : fit of wholesale prices. Now Is the 25; V \ .OUvrs5 Hfi

Henry ._ will unite_in_ wishing her nil happiness., :1 Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of civics time to plant. Let us all take a hand I. jJbVf5'r' ""l1!.T ""1' &P.:JK* n 'I tV -.tfc.iV& ,.-._.i.
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in of the : c '
was charge afternoon in .
making Starkc the .
most beautiful .. "
TWO WEDDINGS: OF IIF.WIITFULIIJNSJ.ic: ......elua.yTr'1 .. :''..''I!. ,
INTEREST IIEKB I PARTY program. :Mrs. Davis outlined he work city in this state of beautiful cities. I ;.. .L .. i\'''r ;
for the year, laying much stress on L. WYMAN. ,I I ;I '\ C ,:jt: "'--- '- ., .- ''

Mr. K C. Frazier and Miss Currielielle l A beautiful event of last Thursday the town.necessity She and of her cleaning committee! up have our J I I i Mr. Hazard, the secretary of thJo' \! fe'L.! 'I :A u( .!i' :.:}mwawiAiiousjiusiCAu5cit;! ,,, ? J i m 1tlJ1 '::, 1

Weeks, of Hairies City were (evening was the dinner party givenat ;
quietly married at Haines City, De. the Orange' and Black Tea Room l planned) to have u special clean-up Beautification then outlined the and Forestrt'Society of :' t l'lTHE\. :'I : >:: -'Y" \ NEIV YORK CttS1 T 1'1':: .yw .;

lumber 19th, 1925. They are making )"y the Baracia Class of the Baptist I' campaign the first week in Starch.Mrs. I the Society as follows: purpose t 1 I' fj'i: i s :1'--: :, cdMPLEiimicr, n. 1 rt' : ,. ,
'I I
i T..1. Griffin read Beatitudes I Ih ; :' :" :
their home in this city which i i" one Sunday school. I' Its purpose shall be to the I ,t 1'
of South Florida's lending The tables I of the Conversation Division, whichweie improve M, ; towns were attractively arranged I natural beauty of the state. To accomplish i I I 4 ,l I t r BOTA Moviii6! E pjcrEl c .
Mr. Benjamin I'uul Jones, and and little vases of narcissus i dedicated to the General: I'ed<'r'l. this the society will under- j TOM AAWYER" ,..... ; ,
Mitlll Bessie Freeman Weeks combined with other decorations nd- I tion of Woman's Clubs by :Mrs Jack I
were takt ( 1)) To encourage a greater uso'I ..,.... Ys.o.: ,, .... .
married, January 17th, and nro making dud to the attraction of this scene I II. I'royor, Florida. I of trees, shrubs and, other plants! I, -. -

their home at Leosbtirg. Both i/f and at each place were apPl'olll'i.tte 1. Blessed are they who plant thelonglived along the highways and In all other I .

these ynnnir ladies are daughters of noise-makers, jolly caps and other devices l tree and shrub, for generations public and private places. (2)) To cooperate ..

:Mr und :Mrs D. D. Weeks, of Lacrosse to wrest away dull dignity and, rise Up and call them blessed. with all state, county and local : I PLAY WITH THOUSAND LAUGHS i iPRlrE

and received! part of their ciluution replace happy hilarity. I 2. Hlesptd are they who nre owners organizations having similar i, !

<' here in the Bradford nigh I Mr. John Powell introduced, the of flower gardens, for in the heart To pui-
poses. perpetuate the natural
School where they recited! with their toast master, !Mr. M. C. Stith, who It j I of a flower may be seen its Creator. beauty |

grandmother, Mrs.. Carrie Wills. They a very onegetie worker in the Uaracca I 3. Blessed are they who appreciate I park systems spots through and to the extension then nf I Matinee 25 & 50c t tI

have many friends here who will learn Class. Rev Thos| Hansen gave a short nature's gifts for they shall he known for the enjoyment of all preserve I

with interest of their marriage' and, talk a''er which Dr. T. V. :McCaul. "fGainesville !has lovers of beauty. all time. people for I' tJ :
(4)) To encourage the I 50 & 75c Plus Tax
!: con- Night
will wish for them much happiness.: gave an interesting talk 4. Blessed are they who clean upI nervation and of I I
perpetuation the for
-- to the young people. the highways, byways and home
I rut and related natural
'! A several course dinner was nerved I grounds, for cleanliness is next to god Florida including the protection of I

The Afternoon Bridge Cluh win de. and the evening proved thoroughly liness. bird and their animal I II
delightful in i 5. Blessed 'I life. ((5)) To ..'.... ,
lightfully entertained Tuesday' at the every particular. nre they who brighten receive contributions for the support' -----------------

home of Mrs. Vivian Sounders. :hose present on this occasion wine: and freshen their buildings and fences 01 tne above objects. Mr. HazzarJ I' .

During. the several Misses Madge and hazel, Middleton, with paint, for improvement anti the '
: Climes of bridge concluded' his talk by giving the members !
the guests were served i with candy on L'.lllo Mitchell, Harriett Ritch Virginia !: praise of many people shall he their of the club -
the card Weeks Ethel Griffin: Ruse/: reward. i i privilege of applying -I; We charge OI
tables The I
prize high for membership in the can
Jones, anti Ine, society. your
score, u hand painted, memorandum AbllrnathyIesHrH.; (0.! Blessed arc they who war on I i After this most delightful YES
book Owen Griffin, Harold Wall Joseph signs and banish the billboards along :,' program HRS
was won by Mrs. C. A. Futch, fruit salad
supreme saltines hot chocolate
the'ondl"sa8 second high score prize, a pairof Malpas Frank) Carpenter Hugh) and, Roy Jimmie Coleman liro\vnl., John, I 1 called the rural protectors highway of, for roadside they! shall benuty'be'' and whipped cream were served- I Storage Battery I In U ISmith's

( presented to Mrs E. !M. during the social half
Davis. Powell!!, :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kteklit, ,; and landscape scenery. hour. The hos-i'i I
,Ir, T;<,v. and !Mrs. Thos. Hansen and teases for the afternoon were: !Mesdames -
7. Blessed they who stand) ,
At the conclusion of the guiiicn, the are J. L. Peek, E. M. Johns, D. H.: Starke
Dr. McCaul of Gainesville:
hostess assisted by her mother, Mrs. S J. | against friend! and relative in the 1"0tN.tion Knight J. C. Hoover, Frank Hoover, '|! Garage

Church nerved her guests with Hamlwichui ORi\N RE'iTAI AT FIRSTPRERBY'rERIAN of nature'sIfts to our nutior.I F. H. Long G. C. Livingston and J. C.

), olives chocolate cake and ten. '1 : \ CIU'RCH I!' for they shall be recognized as' true Robinson. j .

Later In the afternoon stuffed da t". patriots of America. -- .

and fudge. were served on the curd, tab I 1 Friday, Feb. 12th, 7:30 p. m. by I 8. Blessed are the towns with planning LITTLE D\N IIAZEN OF CENTER: -- --- --- -

les. Mrs. Coughlin, organist St. Mark's, boards, for great beauty pros-, I HILL CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY .u,_,_ .., -'- _.-. '

Those present were,: :Mesdames K. Palutka |'| perity and peace shall descend upon'them. if------- ------.1

M., It J.. and W. H. Davis Frank Offcrtone William Foulke i Dan the youngest son of !Mr. and

Hoover, e. A. Putin. G. M. Smtiunk, Nocturne, Opus No. 2 __u Chopin. 0. Great: chall be the reward of those 'j( :Mrs. T. C. llazen, of Center Hill, delightfully -

II. C. Ritih, W. !D(. t.u1' nwright, A. Mrs. Coughlin. I who protei our forests from fire for :, entertained n number of i J. L. SIMMONS I

W Anderson, II. II. Young!:, S. Church, Ishtah u_ __ __ __ Alfred Hyatt. the birds shall continue to serve him his little friends Tuesday afternoon, _
and, Miss Orate Shelldrake. !Mr.. U. J. Davis.In | and the fish and wild animal to funlsh : February 2nd., the occasion being his

--.- ( the : __ 1 him food sixth birthday anniversary.
I t
MOOKKTKKMIOI.MMAititixGi :: | :Mis Coughlin. I 10. Whosoever conserveth our National Games were enjoyed on the lawn ,.

: SOLEMNIZED: : : Serenade ____ u_..__- Schubert.I Resources serveth himself, and during the afternoon, after which

Wonder If Ever the Rose-Slater.I the generations following.!: |1 Mrs. Hu/en assisted I hv :Mrs. J. L. I Estimates Made-Work GuaranteedST.
An interesliiii event of last Saturday I :Mr. John Powell Voice Selection: An Indian Love Call! Dixon, served the little folks with de-

evening was the marriage of :Miss Vorspiel Zu Loghengrin __u Wagner (Frime) was delightfully rendered by I liclous ice cream anti, home made, j II .\IKE, FLORIDA

Ruby Marguerite Trenholm and Mr Mrs. Co.iigh.lin. Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Miss Ethel 1 Griffir: j' cake. I

flavlclV"Mh.y :Moore, Holemni/i-d at Biiuarolle, Tales of )Huffman accompanist.Mr. I I Tliose: enjoying this affair were: ; t

7::30 oMoik! in St Mark's Episcopal: I _________ _uu___ Wagnai1( Lenthal Wynuin gave an inspiring I:1 Margt'crite and Verm: lee Dixon, In-,I -: -,----.-..-.-.-.--.--.-.-.--,--- --.. .... -10
church in Ortega, Morldi Key Douff- Mrs. Carradme and I Mrs. Davis i talk on City Beautificatlon II''i ette and Donald'" Matthews! Lnmnro'
Ins K. .| 'i Paris Green: for Tobacco bed. also
Leatherbuiy performed the nuptial Violin Solo ._ ._ -_-__ To bo selectedMr. follows: I I"lIouw" 'I and! Neornn Klmbrough, Buddie F.cpn.1! I Bordeaux Mixture at wholesale i i

ceremony, which was witnessedby : Lee Carradme I are the foundation of a field' Doris Carpenter, Jane Shannon I prices. H. F. Noyce, Box: 40\1! Val- 666

relatives unit, intimate* friends of To the Evening: Star ___u nation. Anything that will make tho house Lois )Dean, and Grace Hazen. |I dosUi, Ga. 1-29-tf.

the couple. j' ._ __ \\'al/'n'I"j home better wil tend toward The little host received many gift I. a prMtrlptlon low
i II Andantino ___ improvedcitizenship. | FOR \LF
u North half of Nortwest
The church was beautifuly di-eorat-l' Lllmaru'l ." These wordy intended ,, as a momento of tho occasion. I COLDS GRIPPE. FLIT. riFNGUB.: !: BILIOUS
ed with Anscension lilies narcissus and Mrs. Coughlin. were 1'. ---.-- i quarter of Nortv>eut quarter, 227- FEVLK AND MALARIA.
bamboo artistically aranged. Lighted. I :Male Quartette-:Messrs. .. to apply to our family homes I, BRADFORD I i 22, 20 acres; Northwest quarter of It kill. th< ..rme.I .

tapers used thcaltar. I l'lI. Davis, Smith. but they are equally applicable to our I Bradford, Feb. 12.-:Mr. and Mn. Northwest quarter, 23-7-23. 10 1-- -
on j Goodnight _____ __ Nevin. city, our community home. .. 1I Use The
iv Dukes Northeast of Northeast
Miss -uu i and daughter Gracie acres; quarter I : Telegraph Ads
Margaret lists :
presided at the : .. _
!Mrs. CoughlinSilver The first step toward! Improving the I : _
organ and just before the I| /, of Worthington were tho guests quarter 29-7-22. Tl:omas KeefeStaples
!Mrs. G. Bruce i Fudirer, sang "At ceremony Dawn-1 j offering. I. conditions in our city should be a of friends and relatives here Sunday | Minn. 2.12.3t"I
-- clean-up campaign. Such u cam
ing" "and l "Tho Sweetest' Story Ever; I'I STATE PRESIDENT paign is planned for the first week in afternoon.Brooker of Waldo was visi-I II | FOR SALE_High class budded and l Heralds the Spr'Ingfi :
Told Tho bi'idal chorus a i
from Ix>hen- ir. I). C.' ENTERTAINED: !
1. I March. Reach one' should take it upon tor here Monday. pecan trees. Curtis Stuart,
grin and :MendcNsohn's wedding :.... ;
I himself to nee that his own premis Mrs. Pave Dukes of Worthington '| Success, Money-makers. President, .... !
march was rendered / Mis. J. C. Blockcr, of St. Petersburg 5f
as processionaland
are put to rights, that all trash earn and Sobley varieties. Well rntted.Large !.
recessional. I president Florida Division! U. O. Springs, is spending a few days here
I and refuse is disposed of and that [ trees at attractive prlccT
wi h her daull'htprlrB.: W. H. liar- 1 1j
The bride given In C., was the guest of W. T. Weeks
was marriage
leaves, and papers arc buincd. The vacant ell.!I. I See or write E.: E. tokes and Son,
l Mr. C. B I Chapter Daughters of tho Confederacylast
>y Rogers and was Iltten"- i Cnmpville Fla.
lot problem should be 2122t.
"sites Lucille Hariell and JewellCon'rly
('d by little :Miss Adii. Mario Mayo, : Friday morning{ ct a breakfast I
by systematic listing' of all such j
were visitors to Broo'er
junior bridesmaid, who is a niece of given at the Orange and Black Tea places by committees appointed the"omnn's Thursday afternoon. FOR SALE:-(Cotton Sued) Good 1.1
the and little Room. Other guests! were Col.V.. T. I '
groom Miss Evelyn I II I qiiKhtjr Upland Planting Seed at |
1 \\ Club or chamber of commerce. :'oIl'. and Mrs. Frank Hines of :
1 Mitchell Weeks, captain commander anti L. W. I $1.00 bushel also small
flower-girl. :Mr. Robert per quantity v
Moore, brother of the groom was best Kickliter chaplain, J. J. Dickinson, U. Owners! of such property shouldbe Fairbanks wns the guests of :Mr. and genuine Sea Island Cotton seed. ,i fir'
warned to see that the lots are !Mrs. Allen Conerlv Sunday afternoon. I grown in 1025; fertile
guaranteed p
C. V.
man, the ushers : : I
being Mr. Cordon A.
cleaned in the failure of the I' *
up and Mr. Valbrun Huiicll of Starke at $3.00 per bushel. In even weight .
Taylor and :Mr. Clifford E. Dirst. I The tea room was decorated in led i,
owners to do so the city should. I'e authorized spent! the week-end here with his par- !' sacks f. o. b., VaMoxta. H. F. vt'p
The bride wan lovely in a gown of and white, and place card of whitenarcissus I i to have the work done nnd tocollect I II eats Mr. and :MM. W. M. Harrell. |I I Noyes, Box: 409 Valdosta l Ga. l-29tf ,f,
) I.
soft gley geoigette i niliroidered withacc..ssorle tied with red 1 ribbon w'J'e'us"d. I
from the owners. I Mrs A, A. Edwards and Ernest t
son IF YOU
Are in business f
to harmonize. Her hat Seventeen members of the I or h vean.thlnl
The next should. be henutifici- visitors to Worthington
f11.1Ih'cilloI' eel this I step were : tn sell, nothing will bring ,
was with side trimmingsof chapter attended delightful aI (- 'pt'
tion This take severalthanneN Friday afternoon.
proper. may I IrENTAWORD' more results than good advertising. .
roses. She carried an Irish point i fair.After First. all unsightly fences I See me at Young's Store for sign
. lace handkerchief, mad by her mother the breakfast the members I i painting of kind. "
sheds, and trees should be removed. any Lctterinp -
I II i '
years ago:' and her flowers were adjourned to the club house where: Unauthorized advertising signs should windows muslin siens. Lowest'
a shower they \listened to of the nation I E Pri .
bri la's ruses a report bo torn down not only within the city es' Starke Sign Service, Box

littleMiss: iMayo wore a turquoise convention held in Hot Springs but elsecounty on the right of way along our 343 Starke. Fin., :Mall Orders ap- ,'

blue crepe de chine ruffled and adorned I Ark., last November, Mrs Blacker giving highways. Where such steps predated 1-29-41 t T .
with tiny a delightful of the national
grey bows and carried a story
not taken the matter should l borepoited WANTED-Stave i
are Blocks, will pay "tt -
Colonial meeting. ,
bouquet of Russell s
lilies of the roses -------- to the mayor who may give I $5.50 per cord for pine or cypress s
I.ittlu :Miss :Mitchtl! WAn HAS NEW Ullnll, COUNTRY authority to the chief of police to interview I stare blocks 31 inches long, lxl
wore a shell pick '
voile, ruffled and carried I' I persons responsible. FOR SALE-Two good farm :Mules ', inches up In diameter, free from
of rose petals. and a tiny bloioms.basket (Continued From Page 1)) I The second step. should be a paintup I for cash, cheap. D. E. Knight. I'I'I | Knots and turpentine eatfaces. Block i i
orange '
Mrs. are vitally interested in the commun campaign in which property owner cord Is 4 feet high 33 in. wide, Q
B. C, SimniH
aunt of tho bride I I
ity's (present and future. It is their : should be encourgaed to paint 'OR SALE-Large! Amount of corn. feet long. Address Boaz Barrel
was gowned In
and lace, and blue champagne hat. georgette home consequently they will make houses, and fences insofar as thy See D. I. Ames, on former J. :M. Company, Polatka Fla. 1-15.JOt-3.1

every sacrifice for its continued pro j are financially able to do so. Alvarez's place west of Starke. 2-12 19. '

Mrs. Olivia C. Rhodes grandmotherof gress. A third way in which our city maybe U.FOR. I i a

the bride, wore a gown of black To working for the made attractive is WANTED FARMER f _
stop community | more by encouraging TOTAKE ...
embroidered lie chine. Columbia I IGrafanola *>rrcc
crepe now is to let the spendul edifice that our merchants to clean-up SALE-A $150.00 Cn\RGE..Of 80 acre farm, with
Mrs. J. H. !Moore, mother of the and 70 records for $30:; !&
has been built up crumble and col I their stock. and have more attractive ; 25 acres cleared with comfortable

bride-groom was in grey georgette. lapse. It means forgetting tho bit lesson window displays. This might be accomplished cash. See !Mrs. P. J. Camn. near'Bennett I farm house, barn, kitchen, meat TiUi
Following the ceremony nn informal that has been thought the Inspect Grocery Co.. 2-12-4t j house.
by war. by having a committee Good stock range, shade trees
reception was held at the resi.loiiop 'pend your money In the community I display windows each month, good well of water. Would give a Close on the heels of the flist

where the rooms were attractively decorated in which you earn it. You help yours decide on the best one or two displays FOR SALE-Hatching eggs from !, permanent tenant good opportunity, hardy robin comes milady clad for

in pink and whitu i tuitions, if by helping your home city. Buy considering the materials the mer- good laying strain white Leghorns I if interest shown in place. For Spring. Bright, gorgeous colors,
peach blossoms narcissus and ferrs $1.50 setting. F. J. Pattee, particulars ; feature the
from your local merchants. chant has to handle and publish the per write, S. J. Denmark, ( modes shut
own will
carrying out the color scheme, Cen Next week will talk to about Starke. Fla. 2-5-4t.1 j wear during the warmer day
we you I findings in the Bradford County Telegraph er) Room 4 Arcade Bld2".. Lakeland This frock is of
tering the dining table was the wed the actual pastel tinted chiffon
real dollars-and-cents raving and even offering some reward FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) Arsenate Fla., or Box 221, Mulberry, Flor printed in the new floral
cake surrounded by
ding orange that this means for you. for the most interesting window. The of Lead, Calcium Arsenate and ida. l22t' with tie, that the fashionable gut

,g. .. ": _. _brf.y1 a t j wl wear.


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ss s 'z s u 2 s ', total I. ii "'t 1 1-. was partly cov I 1..N: 2szs- ss! + sS::?:!siScSZS2szs2sd.52sI -

', by insurance. I
IS! rn
1 ;

2:} Bits of LocalIniormuiioi. {; !JerK Harvey, who is an em- : Churc Ssrvices j
| of the express company is lioivj I II
j: :: A. P. Huffman, agent.

I Mrs. II. K. Knight and Jon Paul I SZ'ii c2!", ''' 'tS2S'uc! -'!.S25Z5! =u2I
.1 il M. G. Lnnirford (,nt Saturday "
p t
business und ell l"lIClI OF CHRIST I II 1 I '
Concerning People
M: ; i JU('!-ac ,iivilltf; .
cIi'' Progres of the County and Town. i I Meets every Lord's 1'ay at 10 a. m'l I .

!, :Matilda Leo is having her home for Bible !Study: and Scriptural Coutj -

I-:;:;::::;::: \. the Episcopal: church repaired: j munion. See Acts 20: 7und 1 Cor. 11: I I

_SaS__S'7_:;';_S7_S7:7:75'aS: ;____< I_C1tSC7CJ__ ____yS74SJ_.---S'a-S?--C5-?------,"-,<;-- pointed, whirl adds much to the I' "J-"9 '

WEATHER UEI'OIU your groceries. Where you select .. of the street. I EI'lSOI'\-- ---I. .- ;

Weather record for January 28 to you want. I Little Miss Louise The of Lawtcv, I Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhim I".hop

February 10 inclusive. I Cole Hunters & Fertilizer; I spend the week-end here with her of Florida, will hoM services at St.

Jan. 2S C7 44, .00 ters at White's. ::- : :'tit, :Mrs. P. F. Knight. Marks Kptwupnl: church Sunday, The New Silk'I
Jan. 29 46 49 .37 _y February lath, at 11:00:( oYloi-k.,

Jan. 80 64. 41 1.18 Mrs. C. D. Shank left Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Proctor of Lake I Evening HIM ,. III ::id p. in. Rev.I I I I

Jan. 81 69 64 .11 Jacksonville after spending were visitors to Stnrke Sun.. C! Carlton officiating. Stockings are Here

Feb. 1 65 57 .00 days in Starke with relatives. ) afternoon. I Ii
Feb. 2 69 44 .47 ---. -'- j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i

Feb. 3 61 57 .00 Business: is good and we invite 'I M -. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons have I Rev. Thomas Hansen, Pastor i They're beauties, every high light and shadowgiv'i

Feb. 4 64 47 .00 to comg, and share in the saving. : ... to Starke after two years I Sunday school, 10:00: a.m. I pair ofthemthemost at inganaddt'lshaprlinesstotractive
Feb. I 5 68 45 .00 on the East Coast. Mr. Simmons. Morning worship, 11:00: a. m.
line we've
nett Grocery Company. ever each pair. Knit to last long
B. V. P. U. service 6:30
Feb. 6 70 42 .00 -eopcned his plumbing shop here. : p. m.
I shown. Kverwoar makes and wash well full
Feb. 7 70 53 .00 Evening worship 7:30: p. m. measure

Feb. 8 73 46 .00 i h114 Townsend Sprinkle j,I Sir Jack Thornton, the accommo Mid-week service, Wednesday 7:30p. : them practically to our unstretchetl mate

Feb. 9 73 55 .02 Lake Butler, was in town assistant in the Bradford Coun'j m.We order with a special throughout.Winder! >r-
< ..ternoon. Abstract i tfiep, vi',1!) preside \ invite you to worship with us
Feb. 10 5 J 40 .00 ,
Total rainfall week ending Feb. 3, I I I \' at a frat dance in GR lle". 'I The Circle meeting of the W. M. S. sheen that rclU-cts every. f ful range d E i.iv- tolladcs.
Mr. Mrs. J. C. of the church will ho holdMonday
and Baptist
( Friday night.
2.13 inches. Total rainfall week ending
i Pricrd At 79c I 1.00 1.65 and! 2.00
children, spent the week-end in : afternoon, February 3
Feb. 10 .02 inches. ,
sonville with relatives. We are sure that you will like
Born to Mr. and !Mrs. Russel !Me- I I where you select what you Knight. All Indies of tho churchare i STERNBERG'SSTARKE.

Rae Wednesday, February 3, a son. See the new line of without a lot of hot air.. Ben cordially invited to attend.

Dresses at ternberJ:''''. Grocery Company. I II\P1'IS.i: :M. s. I FLORIDA

let the best bargains at I,I The circle mooting of the \Viunni'M
Stump's February Sale. A full line of fresh clean, Mrs.. L. L. ]Morgan and chillren I
I Missionary Society of the llnptistchurchn __ _. ._ .._ _..._ _
for you to select from at : the- week-end with her sister i - -- -- -
wan held :Monday afternoon nttho
Grocery Company. Give us H I II ". \\'. H. Smith of Sampson Citv.
Mrs. H. M. Wednexdijhopping '
Snyder spent <
I homo of :Mi B. (. .\. Knight: :Mrs. J. r:0
In Gainesville.New I M. Hrownlce, the efficient miiivt I ;
Miss Mabel Reddish, of Mr. und Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and I very

garden and field seeds: at I spent the week-end here with her
White's. 2125t. I ents, Mr and Mrs. I. J. : ,'. and :Mrs.. W. II. Smith of Samp '' iitwo, hours the women did various .

I City. kinds. of Hewing.! Sonic work
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph :Mr. and :Mrs. I,. E. Miner, of on quilts for orphanage or Ratio;

office. Smyrna, spent the week-end i here I Miss Ruby :Mae Poppell, of Mlm.. other worthy cai-sc' md. others doinirfiinry !

ting relatives. : here last week visiting her par work to 1 lie sold and the proceeds

Mr. King, of Jacksonville was attending I .., :Mr. and !Mrs J. H. Poppell.Mrs. towel for t tho various needs. of the AGENCY ESTABLISHED
to business hero Monday. Buy your dress pattern church. 1886

Sternberg's they cost less. S. A. Bryan, of Baldwin, was The circle has on hand two beautiful

:'Jfi in. yellow homespun lOc yd relatives here the first. of the luncheon sets nod one pair of: STARKE FLA.
Buy tickets for the gerut
at Stump's Sale.R. your lovely hemstitched pillow cases. The
tery play "TUB VULTURE. ,prices are very reasonable. Inquire I

B. and E. J. Lewis, of Brooker, I The boys' drum and cornet corp of of the circle leader. .
were in town Friday. All proceeds from the play Industrial School, Macon, Ga., During the last week in Februarythe
VULTURE" go to the building an interesting program at lh.'onll's .. circle and missionary .society will
''of the Starke Woman's Club. t tI' ,. ._.__ _.._
Be cure to see "The Vulture," Wednesday i Club last Thursday evening have a study course, anti it is: the desire v -

nito at the Gaiety Theatre. was well\ attended. of the president and of the circle ( t RA'I"1'l11'1CIIAH }
I'! Don't miss the Big I I lender that every woman in the (>.aiN ( !

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Sale at Stump's. A. I). Andrews, of Raiford, was a church may attend this course. !Mrs. I t
. office. I i iI tWIIS visitor to Starke Thursday II. C. IVelmnn, our state \V. M. U. secretary I 01:10---01:10 OCiOE==IOC3O
I Col. I 11. K.: Knight spent the will bo hero for part of the I '
] tit Punta Gorda looking after his j ji Guaranteed
George F. Ycnng, of Ijiwtey, was course.
transacting business here Saturday.J. i estate: Int..,, t th"re. i! Go to Johnson's Cash Store for nil After the sewing for the afternoon. i Hours 'I
I 8 Service and
.. novelties, kitchen utensils. no- was finished, the hostess assisted by '!

C. Cone, of Brooker, was in town I :Special; for Saturday yard home goods. candies, toys. Only Mrs. J. .... Kicklitrr. .Jr., and. Miss I : SerVice
afternoon. sheeting lOc a yd at of its kind. Ethel, Griffin served, a delicious salad SatisfaclionStern's
Tuesday I
I course, consisting. of fiua al.l, !saltines ,
:Mrs. J. T. Moore, and little and hot chocolate. I
Specials Saturday at
Joanson'eCash : every Garage
Valentines at
Get your bet I
Store. Luwtey, were in town Monday & l'. :Store; : I The next meeting whit will I

noon. were'a I I lib creamery butter, 55c.lOlbs :> February 22, will lie' held lit the home i:: L EX1DE Batteries Phone
of Mrs. .1. C. Hubinson.H. I Agents: 87
Irish potatoes' 70c. I II
Harvey Lorfg, of Waldo, was in I 1 : lI
Shoes, all kinds at greatly -
friends first of the week.U. lOtbs granulated sugar, 75c.; _
town visiting Y. I' H.'H ItEOKCiANI.KUThe ;
duced prices at Stump's lib full cream cheese, 33c _
I Senior and Junior Ii. Y. P. U. I
ruary Sale. ."> Ibs compound. 9Oc.i () .. .. .. .. ..
R. Thede, of Lawtey, was it I of the First Itaptist church has recently I A .I'<>IN Odrove's --- -- -- -
: tall cans Libby's milk. 3AX-/
I r-
prominent visitor to'town Tuesday been the
Smith's Filling Station has ::1 t assorted cans Campbell soup reorganized young) Tasteless chill Tonic restoresEnergy r

high pressure Alemte: : ; I I people' lire taking much interest in mud Vitality by Purifying unit/ I"OK (;0011 l> KATS ANDlimn
Special prices on everything next l5c.hood 'this wUI'k.Ir.: M. C. Slith assistedby l
I'a the machine being ; stout brooms 'l.:ir. i Enriching, the Ulixid. When you feel its I
Saturday at Johnson's Cash Store. sir motor and is entirely' ( .__. ._ I jt<.v. Thos. Itiinxen, has charge it : .MI H I PIES:: ;sror
; --- --- eflWt" wn bow
I strentithuniini. Invigorating 1'TII"i i
the Senior B. Y. P. II. and Mrs. C. A. \ :
in !:
of I
operation.Wlio I II Mr. 1111,1lrH.: Arthur L. Miller. color. to the cheeks, nnd how
materiitl29c it brings
Beautiful fast ; of Mr. Knight has charge of the Juniors. i

a yd at Sternberlt'Mr. ,\-, is "TilE VULTURE?" Mrx., were F. A.guests Scott.Tuesday Mrs.! Miller nee I With these leaders charge we aresure it improves tho appetite'. yon will thenI American Lunch
I much /good will be accomplishedin I appreciate' Its true tonic viilne
IiSMlul'Y: Morrow hl.'illit.,1 in ,
and Mrs. G. M. Inman were I Fred F. Stump buyer for his at King"ley lake and her this work and nil the children nod jrove's; Tustrless chill TurnIs nini.|>ly .1

''sitors to Jacksonville Thursday. stores located in several Florida here will bo interested to know 1!, who arc, not enrolled elsewhere Iron end Quinine suspended In syrup. .So I Lteheno, I'rnp.'
nre.cordiiillv invit.llo b<. pres- plennant even children like It. 1 tin blood
will leave Saturday for the New her recent marriage in Tampa. Mr. I
Men's Overalls' $1.19 at tern'berg's. I ent S'inday, evening at fll.r: I;; when an ,I need. QUININE to Purify it ami IKON to H'I'\ ''u. K:. I"I.A.
markets where he will buy his :\1 rs. Miller were enroute home Mnlarlul mul .
interesting will be renderedby Enrich; it. Dubtroys germ
und summer line of goods. Mr. an extended wcMinl.trip.\ :Mr. j I ; Grip ttKrns' by in StrungtluMilnit. Invlrii.iutiiitf ,
has been operating these : formerly of Georgia, I is u pron- I.UI.'I. I Llliicl.: Gik\ 1---------- --1
Hilliard Malpas, Madison: is hereon the past 15 years and, buying in young business man:of Tampa.a ... ( Ill'liCII. SOUTHKnoch .
a visit with his Jlllrl' and .
-- -
tots enables him to buy nt a : :Slurs ill Rooks. Pastor -
Mrs. J. S. Malpa i iI 7>r. .1. .T. Bullen, after spending two I 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -
Large: crowds were in attendant,
You will find clean, fresh in the southern part of the + + The (Clulnl" 'l 1 list Oars NAlfecl/ Thj '2tjidrrir'im'nJ,1.,11"1
I all these services last week. If
New line of shirts' only $1.95; ceries and plenty of fruit is now engaged nl-ng the cast i upon + + ,!! \Inanttvw rRrrt I.AXA-
member of church all.1Wert i ,
you lire a the ; ,
at Sternberg's.Syrup I I'e.retahlt's sale The spcnkinf? tours he has p IlnlilclH) run he taken
always on IIAKVEY! SNYDKU ,
/ absent loss be Rnyirnn wliliiuii tin< nia
cannot esti I nfrvmnuiKnat ringing
your '
1 & I 1'. Store. : over tile entire state, in the in-I + la tlia lifml hv.: \ .i.Iinvi; .1( iijuuiuro: : ; toi. !JikTU \
labels all kinds and sizes, at '.. t of State :Missions, has! proved I land mut'rl.Vp want you to come and sec + l\Iortidan-Hturk. Tin. + I

the Telegraph office. ]] Brownlee, Jr. who is be rather strenuous, especially in hear for yourselves Eighteen '' '
I Hugh a I IIie'
believe members wore received last month.! J Member of Florida "Funeral !>
his throat end
dent of Stetson University, ; to ; we :
Several were present" and introduced, rectors nnd Kmbnlmem: A"H..jllion. : :
1 i1'l Dr. E. L. Bijrgs '
Try Bennett Grocery Company for spent the week-end here at the family physician I
F ,or> his parents Mr. And Mrs. ordered, a complete vest from pul>- Sunday night.. Others are to bu ra- + +
i ceived anil will be Introduced! next ,
Brownlee. I speaking' : fur at least six months.
AT THE I __ First Sunday night.. We cordially invite ,i *+ Day phone I-Niitht phone, :.V;!IW + s / 1I

I 1 Mr. II. C. Landrus, of Mulberry I I :Mrs. James. irwin Steel, of I'cnimy- visitors in town to bu with us in + With HeWitt (C Junes + I
all of our meetings.! Wt hope to mnke
MOVIES been here on a few days visit who is traveling in the interest + +
fani'ly+ who live a short distance ;' the Florida Society of America, I next Sunday a great day. i fA +

town. He returned to the city : in town part of last week. :\Jr.... The Literary and Social meeting 'if + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

"Let's Co"TIiURSDAYFRIDAY I day accompanied by :Mrs. i is a newspaper woman and dur- '' the Woman's Missionary: Society will 11JFie
'j be held at the home, of Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
world of
tho war was a j I
daughter, :Maxinc. manager I "()I.ITIC"I. ANNOUvdEMENTSFOIL : ::-
)' and, three weekly papers in the kin next :Monday afternoon at thr('"

"UNDER WESTERN SKIES"A :Miss :Mabel Welter, who has I ..... of Mechunicsburg, near Harris- j I I o'clock. Every lady of the church ; t RF.PRKHENTATIVK

smashing action drama of the great visiting relatives in Elmenton, Pa., which paper hus been in the especially invited to this inciting.! I Tu h* Tli'murrtMia. voters tt lirmlfonl, C..un.
I II My : I take) this mMhnil of nntiuneinif my
open spaces with a romantic heart the past two months returned fof 50 years, her) grandfather I Song eendl.laey for the offieit nf, .. .IfHcctcil. '
throb twist that will give you that I tir't of the week. father also being manager of the Devotion-Conducted by Mrs. B. M. I |,n itil.. f.lthrul an.1 effloli-nt urnIre -
glowing, warming, good to-be-uliv-j same papers. Shu is a member Rooks. I (HHillflit: your Mufrraif. place -
I 11o"I.<1f..II,. T. II. riNIIOI.STRIt.:
feeling. And the thrill of thrills when : Four color lithoyraphed syrup the V.) A. It., and State Penal Roll CIIII- -Hespnlllllnl with Missionary > .-

the tenderfoot rides the wild horse t 13 'printed with your name and / und is National Publicity FOR KKPIIEHF.NrATIVIC to

victory in the great Pendleton Roundup with the law, full length and of the League of American Topic for DiscusHion. "It the Unite I N'J'If"E-T. the voters of llr..lf..r.l (:......1'. buy your
Steeplechase. I size, at the Telegraph office. of Washington, D. C. :Mrs. States of America a Mission Field?" I am a eanillilu'. for ltf'pr.w.nliitlvii in, the
l.e.lelure from nrnd/urd County, auhl) 'et to
-Starring- is at Hampton, VVulcIo und Key -Miss Olive Ray and :Mrs. Arthi-r the Ilfmiirriitlfi Primary Klcetlnn. to b. heM. Radlolas-

Dashitiig-DaringNorman! Kerry and | (',. W. Foster, who has spent Heights this week in the In. Wood. In Jun.. I 11124.

'II!' Anne Cornwall; i past two months here left of this society. Trio-Mcsdumes Knight, Andrew., OKIRGB: F YOUNG' f.awtpy. Flu RCA Loudspeakers

his home in South Carolina. Mr. and Rooks.

SATURDAY ter has many friends during his CARD OF THANKS Violin Solo-:Mi.m Alma Tomherlm..Story toufRCA. Accessories
Mark Twain's Greatest Story here, who regret to see him .-Mrs. J. W. White. TRAIN SCHEDULE
"HUCKLEBERRY FINN" i We desire to thank our friends, for Closing-Prayer. I I
Road Show-Not Movie many expressions of love und New time table effective 12:01: a. m. We> are glad to announce -
a I E. H. Smith, the Radiola Social Hour. I
Gaiety Theatre Matinee and Night ;| during the itlnecs and death .--- December 20th, 1925.:; that we
> tative in Starke, has received I
our loved one. PRESBYTERIAN I No. 1, Jocksonvile to Tampa, due have been selected

MON DA Y.TUES DA Y '1 I first Rndiola power loud :Mrs. John Shriver I Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. Starke, 12:21' a. m. by the RadioCorporation
with the receiving
Carl Laemmle Presents use :Miss :Marguerite A. Shrivvr ; Preaching service at 11:00: o'clock a. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due of
GLENN HUNTER 'is possible; by using this power J. Lewis Shriver. j I m. and 7:30: p. m. I Starke, 12:52 p. m. America to sell and
all batteries
the little giant with Edna Murphy and I er to I Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. : No. IS, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg service Radlolas
and receiving set
David Higgins I speaker ""l'nriarola-City's new WCOA radio due Starke, 12:22: p. m. RCA Lou Ipeakere
m. <
": Evenin being .obtained through an .! station, t"-- air. No. 303 Jacksonville to West Palm
,, From the Saturday Post socket. I'i The Junior Christian Endeavor Society I and RCA Accesaories. -
Story "ONCE A PEDDLER" by Hugh : light St. \uKu"tine-$5OOO.OOO building meets at 2 oMock, p. In. Reach, due Starke, 10:02: a. m. .
McNair Kahler-a Will Nigh Production : will get under way at Davit The Senior Christian Endeavor Society ;j No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due
Fresh home-made pies!!, !!. : Rjdioln RCA LoiMipraLrn
UNIVERSAL JEWEL I Starke, 4:28: a. m.
-- :i o'cloi k The
meets at 6:4
: p. m. Ii $575 ttata: 24*
: |ior evs bread. 2 large I executive committee meets the first No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville due $ to $

COMING FEB. IS and 19th for 25c; every day at T & No Worm In a Healthy Child I Monday of each mtnth! at 7:30: p. m. Starke, 4:20 p. m. C.nwnV Willam deMilltf Production I Store.1 children. troubled with Worm haw a etrt nf.ASMITH'S
ma m- A cordial Invitation is extended tall No. 304 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville -
,color, whfcA imUcolM blood And ,
home of H. C. Ie, than !. mora or tar umacb dl.arbse to attend these services due Starke, 6:00: p. m.
The country I ,
TAS1CLJSU: chill TONIC Liven mtuUltl I - Starke and Wannee Branch.No. .
BETTY COMPSON! ADOLPIIE north of Starke, was destroyed! twos those _loa will wuicb UM blood. \m-
To Cur a Cold la On. Umj 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.
night of last the' dlaBMion.ud ass Grand StnatUf
MBNJOU. Tads co ttn vboto crvtMHc MMWV will that I' rake LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININE (T.bM.> I- No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 I FILLING STATION I
Members of the family were p. m.
ZASU PITTS : ,oB or dkral the soma sad-JMOrlld: will. be''' Mj'INMIi Coutih And Hrtilacb and wwkeodthri
A Paramount Picture the time and house and contents uadIIS"-' ......Mass IIa pm.haft... j I old. r.. W I.I HV K S .1..aIU.on ._h 30r T. J. GRIFFIN Agent



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-z5" .!i15 !i"888 .....'n.n.nn m .dII

Large umber of Farmers COFFINS &: CASKETS

Farmers and .... a Foil UM of
{ I/lu/erlalcere'SuppI *

Meet New County AgentRegular
( Hy ,It. K. Ward County Agent) AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Alway IN haiML Th beat arTl -

I *. at tile lowest .
TRUCKERS'ARE r I prko gp*
FARMERS AND INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Meeting of the Starke Grow-i I thai attention to telegraph or-

Live PINEPARAGRAPHS n. .lUgiatercd KmbalaMr.DeWITT !: .
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY I of Fertili/rrs,: Ordered During Past POINTED

Week at Average Saving of $7.30:

p :.rr..?. .;.llPllcI'2'ii''ii'2'ii' ''''''oJor: ;l== .. I'er Ten to Farmers. C. JONES
CATTLE TICK COST STATE HUGE three bankers' State News fry ilAFKE. IRA
scholarships to the O. II L. W rmcU
Starting off his work with the farmers -
SUM IN iiAiitYiMi INDUSTRY I University of Florida were announced President
j I hero today by R. W. Blucklock, state and truckers of Bradford county, (Continued from page 2.) Pin Inililul of America, Inc.
Jacksonville Feb. 2.-The cattle Mr. R. F. Ward, county agent, who
boys' club
which Florida state chamberof agent. They are: Robert began his duties February 1st, has averaged West Palm Beach-While guests of To Stop a Cough Quick
the K.
tick Wynns, Montverde Lake
commerce declares in the reason 'Aubrey P. county; a saving of $100 a day to the a fashionable hotel in Palm Beach Forest. farm industrial mercantile take HAYES: HEALING HONEY a
Florida sends about $2,000,000 month Johns Moultrie, St. farmers through placingorders for were dining last night A. C. Clemens, balance are vital to your cough medicine which stops the eoug& toy

ly to other states for milk and cream lino, Escambia county; and Paul Morton Mo- fertilizers in carload lots. Four car- Southern Utilities Corporation lineman own personal prosperity. healing the inflamed and irritated _...

which the state could produce, ware These county loads have been ordered up until Wed- was electrocuted at the top of a Sounds high-brow; but it means A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE

eradicated the state would add another Florida scholarships Bankers' Association are given by the nesday noon and from the way orders pole just outside the main wing of simply that ;your community can- 5ALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colda and
which I tho hotel. His fellow unless it has the machinery Croup Is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES'
feather to its are continuing it is believed another lowered not prosper
cap. annually donates to club boys of the HEALING HONEY. The safe
The state chamber has been advised( state three scholarships to tho Uni- four carloads will be made up him t() the ground after 2300 volts for prosperity. This machinery should be rubbed on the chest and throat

from Thomasville Ga., that the Atlantic > 'rllit) of Florida. These scholar- within a few days. had passed through his body for more must have the right parts, of children suffering from a Cold or Croap.

Coast Line to facilitate thu :".,ips are valued at $100 each. Mr. Ward holds contracts with a than a minute but resucitation efforts put together so that it will work. The Healing effect of Hit,...' Hmltait Howrp..-
movement of milk from the district large fertilizer house, assuring the failed. Leave out an important part and lila the throat combined with the haalln*.flM*.fCrove's
Young Wynns, Bennett and Morton 'l'eD.Tr.te. Salve
through tha tl
won't work. A community gartm
Ala. via Thomas farmers of the lowest possible price, the machine he skin cough.
about Montgomery, attended the Hoys' Club Short Course Tallahassee-Governor anon stop II
estab- f. o. b., which, it is stated means a Martin has made up so that it Is all Both rwmedla are packed In one eutoa and the
villo to expect
Held at the College of Agriculture been presented with several brooms all factories oust of the combined treatment to SSa
of from $5 to $10 on each ton, forests or all farms, or
liah immediately two trains to handle last summer, and while here they saving bath mat, chair and several other all merchants, would Just ask your druggist for HAVCS'HEALING
I' the kind of fertilizer or
l Impending' on
milk and meat. stood tho examination for the HONEYCATARRHAL:
gifts, all the products of blind
quickly, even
pa- atop running mighty
needed. At the meeting Saturday
Ono train will leave Montgomery
and have just been declared tients the I
at stale institution at St
anj another lato Mr. Ward submitted the prices to the If it started.
arly each morning winners. A number of other splendid Augustine. Several of
in the afternoon each with about 20( papers were submitted in the exam- assembled farmers and truckers, and were also presented the chief printing ex. To get the right balance i ia your DEAFNESS

tars, and wil operate at t paaenger ination. showed them the value of cooperative ecutive. Governor Martin prosperity-machine demands cooperation to often mused. br an Inflamed eoBdrtl
train speed. I I The buying and the distinct saving expressed between the town and of the mucous lining 01 the EuataehUua
scholarships will be held in nis enthusiasm over the excellent Tub. When this tuba Is Inflamed TOTI
Thomasvilla figures in the proposalto trust for these boys until they have accruing to them. quality of the work. the country, between farmers nave a rumbling Bound or Imporraatbearing1.

the extent that each train l is expected -| rushed high school and are ready Mr. Ward stated Wednesday that bankers, merchants, cut-over landowners Unlee the Inflammation sea

to pick up a solid car of milk to enter the University. ho Is not Belling fertilizers and sup Bradenton-When county officers factory-owners, and public i, traced bo reduced forever.your hearing may be d*-

from that point to add to that collected -' "We are very proud of the records plies in competition to local dealersho raided a moonshine still near here to authorities. Such co-operation cannot HAUI/a CATARRH MEDICINE will'
lIame line, but that he is acting be achieved without organization. do what .e claim for it-rid :your .jreteim
between Montgomery and Jack I made by our club boys coming to the day they found several possums havIng of Catarrh or Deafness caused by
vonville. University on these bankers' scholar as a representative of. the farmers an hilarious time drinking the Organize I Catarrh. HALL' CATARRH MttUICIMBihae

ships," said Mr. Blacklock. "These and truckers who are buying their product. They "arrested" the animals been successful In the treatment of
THINGS FLORIDA CLUB BOYS I from the source! he finds Catarrh for over Forty Tour
farm needs for "drunkedneas" but found
scholarships have been awarded an. later Sold by; all druggist .
AND GIRLS ARE DOING nually for the past several years and giving the beat figures. His duty is that they had no warrants for them. being paid at the present are prohibitive 5'. J. Cheney Co.. "" 4 oO

I 1 I every boy who haa taken one of them to advise the farmers and as their The possums were declared to have in putting the free text book law --------- -

The proper spirit between club and come to University has passed agent locate the best market for buying been pilfllcated to the extent that into force for it has been intimated

member-brother and slater-wa every hour of his work." and selling. their "language" was terrible to be. that only about $423,000 can be How Doctors Treat
demonstrated recently after the Lake I' The county agent is very much hold. I raised by the 3-4ths mill levy and

County Poultry Show. Orland Bar-I I RURAL COMMON SENSEBy pleated with the reception given him books to the amount of at least $800-

her gavo his sister $5:>> of the $:.50 : by the board of county commissioners Gainesville-Harvey Waits, deputy 000 at present contract prices are Colds and t the FluTo
be had won at the show. She bought i ( Spuds Johnson.) and by the farmers at their meeting United States marshal for this district necessary to furnish the school children -

a purcbrecd cockerel to mate with Saturday.< He states that the spirit accompanied by three prohibi- up to and including the sixth break cold overnight

her pullets. Orlun.i. wanted his sinter SPRAYING RING REDUCES of co-operation being shown by the tion agents, made a raid in Dixie grades. to cut short up an attack a of grippe! In-or

to win prizes next year. I I COST OR EQUIPMENTFOR farmers coming in contact with him county near Cross City, and arrested The bone of contention seem to bo fJul'r."", Kore thr t c.; "i.-.illitis. phy

SMALL GROWERS Is encouraging and will result in mu- five men and two women and seized since the attorney general also ruled "jcinns anti dm. t'-f' era now i"-om
HiirUesa of
Pansy the Holt Club teal benef.t. Mr. Ward has rooms three stills a Ford truck and a quan- that there was no statute which authorized r.icndir.jj! : C.iloU-Lw: !, tl.o& ptrificd and

In Okalooim county helps to keep Where a number of men in a corn- nt the homo of F. A. Scott, and any- tity of liquor, which they brought the supplementing of the refined calomel c-mpourtl: tablet that
house. She l la
nlso. a valuables club leader, have small groves or a few one can get in touch with him by call- here. All defendants were releasedon 3-4th mill levy in tie: new law, and elves you the c"'ccU: of talomvl and

acres of truck crops or are growingany ing there. bonds when arrninjred; before the publishers are unwilling to make contracts salts co 'bined., without the unplcaa
ant t rf"Ct.3! of "ither.Or .
Margaret Ewiiij of Okaloosa coun- other crop on a limited scale and United States'; commissioner nt a much reduced price or furnl' > ir tT Calotalis at bed-time

ty has. had l her room painted. Asi reed to spray but do not feel justified'i the dairy force at Magnolia furnv. Pensacola <<> the state with more than $ 12g,. -Ith !' .'-ali:.. rf witfr: ,-thnt'a all.

result, a Rood part of the house has in investing in spraying machines individually -i near lIIu.l'olr"Fla.\ ., und to Oscar ; of the-M.Pensucola A. Touart, Jr., director 000 worth of hooks without beingfii't '. .' a, i I' T iiirc.i nor t' slightest'

been done over and looks much better. the spray ring will be a Williams, superintendent and his associates madrl gras, assured that they: may receive IK nk. I.TII.U vii..i your uuJngr, workr <

I help. A r.pray ring is sii.iply group belongs tho credit for this announces the program now practically I- their pay promptly.The plensurc. TToxt: norninjj your coIl

Pasco county club boys and glrlll of neighbors who have banded( to. new record. I!| complete for the best session In the attorney general has also add l.aa vanished. your system Is tnor.oujrhlv .
made an impressive showing in history of the association and that '' \ and feeling
their jrethov1 and boi'ght a spraying out 1 ncrainat any effort to supply purified you are
bl,; parade and l rally staged, at tho fit, dividing, the expense nnd made ar- I HUNTER: TAKES UP WORK: in addition to the usual festivities part of the school choldren with books ".".'5 v1h? n brnrty apT>ptlto for brrok-

county fair the last of January. i rnngements to have tho spraying dono I WITH GRASS ANn FORAGE I I that prevail on such occasion, prizes, free nnd deny others who under tho i'...t. Ivt'bttt you r.lcase.-l'1o rlon.

fur a'l members CROPS IN favors and gifts to be distributedthis law entitled !
with tie
tho same out. I i EVE1tGI.AlEt41I ore to books. I Get
All: club girls n family rn'-fcir', /'nnt"ilnv
Miami Bench will
at have year amount to more than
fit. I And there the mutter hangs anti' *."' lirprtl!! ,
school gardens. I I j Gainesville Fla. The appointment $10,000. nj, only ;iS cents At any
i In his way each member gets the will likely han. unless the meeting: 'Iriifj store. (adv)

tJirls of the South End, Arcadia 'benefit of expensive spraying machinery i of J. II. Hunter as assistant agrou-Experiment Winter Haven-Tho Better! Service "icht results! In concenalons on the
of Agricultural
umist tho
dub l of ItoSoto county recently worked without going to the full ex. I Station announced here garage, one of the largest in mirt) of the publishers which it is -
in tho demonstration !peiiKo of, a machine. Hu Polk hardly believed they will be willingto
kitchen mak paysonly will he stationed j county, was destroyed! by fire
:Mr. Hunter at
tag orange marmaliulo and crystal part of the cost of the mac hi no. the tiday.Everglades branch of the Experiment I early today entailing a loss of more tnnk" In tho face of fat contracts! For Lame Backs

lized, perl. Ono jar was selected for It U probably best to have u constitution anti will I than $75,000. Twenty-five nutonvji which have been ruled as perfectly '
Glade ,
Station at Hello '
< -A/ iirvl I himlinrr until thpI'>cnirc'. I'
nn,1 drawn to
exhibiting.Nellie. up i biles
were destroyed.
| Neighboring
i be in charge of the grass and forage; Aching JointsorStiff
avoid confusion, but verbal agreements studies which are under way I buildings were saved by strenuous I

Johnson of Lutz, Hills.. : by responsible! people will do. nnd crops contemplated in the Glades. This | efforts of the fire department Tho Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days "I

borough county, who hits hail four However, written agreements wIll' of the i I fro: was caused by an explosion In the DnunlMn* rrfund monry If PAZO OINTMRNT' full Muscles\
;years of < lob work. und line. been obviate any future mi>iunllerstandill, work U a joint project grass repair shop.Tallahassee. in cur Itrhinit llliiiil. IJIcfillitii nr PrntruilinifPita. ; I i
working in the wuniitn's flub und fouiKO/ crops department the department ItiRlar.llyrllrvpi, ) li 1 h1. 14. ,I'lir-fi. Ami you,
for two The t spraying: outfit should bo in caom-tn-ntF'ii-1-, / nil !' "I I '1 "* I
;years, put tip HO jars of 1'lII'dlOd'l charge of Hume particular, person, who of tho College of AgricuI-1 I -A small plant for tho Mexican Mustang Liniment

to enter in tho content ut Seffner, in paid for the work done for each :I ture.Mr. Clemson manufacture of coffins Is to be established Ilrings Quickest Kel.'ef.HufTorvm !'
Hunter Is graduate of '
January 30. Nellio is attl'l1llinj.bUill- member. Each member generally f ur- | at the Chattnhoocheo hospital

ness school in Tampa during tho lIi hell tho materials to bo used on his i 1 College! South work Carolina at ,Kentucky and took for tho insane tho board of commissioners TILLED IN tMINUTta i iSITICIDE ". from stint" romlltJnni) us, thot.

morniiijrH, and is u hard worker She ,place'' also. The spray ring does not his post graduate of state institutions. decided Itch i "in < MI d nl-ovo c.itl Itt rt quirk r n llnf,
is local leader of two girls' clubs In reduce the cost of materials or labor, 'I University, where he received the deree nt today's weekly mel'tinJ, C. I I'I.IM, havn (lifiiiiKHl" vet n puftsiUlt,
her .( Muster of Science. lIe has been Liming S n <>w Ht', en' tin pain, you rnti
treasurer chosen
t'oiitniunily. I but simply reduces tho cost on the was to con- ., .. .
_. __ I assistant in th agronomy depnrmentut FOR eo CS I S t I.> Ui f: >ui> without Uustnji) mid
original investment in 'th Superintendent Knott of the t' 5' t.iMntr* i't ,rrfut
equipment. I \ i >t drupH Into' vo>r
Tho club girls at :Mortvenlo in Clemson, slnco graduation. institution, regarding details of th' .(Prom SITICIOt CO.. Commerce. Ca> '' inti
One of
great advantage n <
Lake county tire taking bread work, spray :Mr Hunter has already begun work proposed plant. MITCHELL'S DRUGS STORE I tiit-'S. C .' i fir th country whuru.
anti several trams ring is thut through it AI grower will at the Everglades Station. I .1, S i I. .tn Mi: . I
nro being trained. I -
__ ,,,
often spray who would not do so if I .5 ht'tn uM I r M i .uH-'In it'tin.v' phiciMlie
Roberta She-pnrd| is. undertaking to he hnd to btand the total of ON CITRUS!'! Tallahassee--Congressman W. J. -* h 1\' \1> .1> .i\ for murtthan,, '' girt>
make tho Florida Rift packages.! Sho expense. PUSH Sears, was!' "unaware that so many I 11".u..i" ,.ta. ... ... jui ; .' ."it (1',1f..r: "",cIf. ,-
is also improving her bedroom. purchasing equipment This tends to I 10 (JKf AHEAD OF APHID:* ,i; adverse! interests are claiming! the ;ii l4to.' .iya' t."Sy UM>'. I ll t Is hit OH UUrfOKrlfU. fo,'
prevent small groves or acreages of ? I li )Hntt (''''H. t rutsfN and aorrt 00 lie H IWIxnimatk
I island, but i is!' unwilling to withdraw LAXfUSVirll PKPSli: Is a apcclnlly-!
I Polk and '' ) n< I I":a nail pains. It
Fla. From POSSOKSCS.limmt
Tim Junior Calf Club promises to I crops left unsprayed and acting a:* I Gainesville, h's' bill in congress vesting tho city apcclnllyprcpjrolSyrupToniel.uxativeforliabiiaj' ",ollie..! ", ,,,,'Irolln,, poser -KolnImnudluU'ly ) &
become the leading;; agricultural/ club infection centers for the community. Orange counties south tho citrus trees of Palm Beach with title to "Lona It relieves promptly and I to tho sore iimt, and taking

of Duval county with the boys anj I I Wo have had a spray ring in our arc pushing out new growth rapidlyIt Cabbage Island," located in Lake should be taken regularly! for 11 to 21 days u\m.. > rlw' ;pain.' TlilH I Is tlio HOC ret of lie
girls of tho rural districts. community :fur two years, nnd arc certainly is very important to get this new to induce regular action. It Stimulates and a. '''..'.f1l1. licullitH powers. All dniKKiatxi )
: Twenty Worth, according letter *. ,
I to a receivedto ReguUtea. Very Pleasant to Tuke. dOc ).r wlioli nlwa ,11!! /Muutang Llnliuontor
before thu aphidsbecome .
well with well
enrollments pleased workings. growth grown .
are now on file, anti many day by Attorney General J. B. ocr bottle. 'l M fop yon
members have a- abundant, says J. It. Watson,
already Johnson
ohtllln.,1tooJ from
a Washington -
l"I.OItIJl.IU8 NEW I -- -
calves. I entomologist of the Florida Expcri. .
(;1111'10JlmSHY ment Station Due to tho prolonged Gas Makes People

5Ss. 0 S. f the past winter the aphidsare bo the case on young trees at this
Cjuinctmllc! Fla.-Kvpurta just issued
EXTRACTS KIMMI COUNTY from tlio American Jersey Cattlo; now scarce, but with the adventof time of tho year, the quickest way Nervous and RestlessGas
AGENTS' the warm weather they may bo of dealing with them is
REPORTS Club: show twit Florida has u new to dip themin pressure In the abdomen causes 1
expected to multiply rapidly. A severe a solution of nicotine sulphate or a restless, nervous and % e
S S S champion Jersey( cow, too first Jersey feeling
frost has never occurred afterI"t.brunry an extract of dcrris, 1 to 800 or
in Florida Ktyiister{ of Merit work toproduce prevents sleep. Adlerika removes gas #
Okeecliobeo-Farmers. of the county mora than 700 pounds of butterfat 10 in the main citrus bolt stronger. If nicotine sulphate is used, in TEN minutes and brings out sur- :.f

with the assistance, of this office, have in The of Florida, so it would seem that it is add 3 toI pounds of soap to each !50 prising amounts of old waste matter _
ordered 12,000 baby. cluck, five cock. year. new champion now safe to push the growth with the : 'Jalons of wnter. jfj \ -
Jovml'a 1'rincuss you never thought in
I is S'Jl&U owned was
fills and 12 pullets anti are setting I IIUU.UIIO toe Southern States, Lumber, Co., by of object of vetting ahead of the citrus I When the aphids appear on the tem. Thia excellent intestinal your evacuantis sys

) ) cabbage plants and planting aphid. This may bo done by liberal stubby growth near the center of the wonderful for
iVimncolii. This allied
23 acres" in beans and 50 acres in Irish cow was eight; years applications of fertilizers at this time tree it will be necessary to either I constipation or
at the stomach trouble.
mil beginning of the test October Don't waste
_ potatoes. and the cultivation of the groves. It spray them with somo good contact
5, 11)21() and on October, IVJ.i time with pills or tablets but get
would scent advisable that growers insecticide such AS those mentioned
:Santa; Rosa Two had produced lO,1t pounds of milk REAL Adlerika action. Sold by all rhLHow
cars of
peanuts\ start these measures at once. above, an all: emulsion or lime-sul J
were noM. with an average test of lUll) percent druggist. 'I
cooperatively this week of
at A survey of the citrus groves phur or to dust them with nicotine
jrcH-il prices. '5I i In.tlei't'nt in the year and making which
the state phows that twigs on sulphate-lime dust
I her tho present Grand Champion of tho leaves were badly curled last sea. Mr. Watson thinks that if
\Vnshinjftoit-Helped the for the '
Farmers' Jersey State.
s sou boro no fruit. For the production ers will tie| their best to push the To Quickly
Organization, BeautifuL
1 ho
purchase fertilizer. 8 important about Jovial'jrecord
of of fruit is essential .
it and
a good crop spring growth at the same time,
companies made bids, and the one accepted is the high percentage of but- that the early spring growth be pro- !keep down aphids. in their groves for Stop Bad Coughs
represented n saving of several ...t shown constantly in the milk fFloweis
tected from aphid It is especially a few weeks' they may ho able to cot
thousand dollars to the farmers. tho lowest test being 6.:>2 per cent in J It
that it be how
important protected during' the new growth by with very litt'd surprising quickly the
Leon-Farmers-are beginning to the second ,11 nth, and the highest 8.7U: the early stapes of Its growth. After !spraying or duvting.! This would he a I Free / heaviest coui] disappears when treated

prepare! their fields anti ore taking advantage percent(the the twelfth month of1 I the foliage is half grown it wilT! stint,] great avin'r ":ting and dusting by Here a remarkable new method.
test. < i festnt.un Qf : b th rnethod,based on thefnm-
of the a siiprislTi rry h"avy: errConsnr'expe.slye. to far
county agents, services This cow produced a little over 1,100 Huttnjs'Catalog ousDr.Uin i u ,;'s.N'cu/ Discovery foiCou
in aphids, but in tho very early stages of -- -- I I II lis* :
fertilizing and terracing. pounds of milk per month for the ALLOTMENT NOT You simply take one teaspoonful and
Its growth It is easily Injured.If !. I Von
can get R pack of hold
I s seeds of it in
your throat for
first or 20(
three months slightly than ENOffill; FOR BOOKS: sec
more .
Duval-A of tho B different
permanent exhibit of Du. a good production spring and very beautiful naw... ends before swallowing It. The
val county's I'OO\ pounds! per month for the next' bo obtained before tho tree. Hastings' 1911 pre
agricultural and horicul- growth can PublIshers Fail to Reach AgreementAt Seed Catalog scription has a double action. It not
tural products placed at some location six months, and a little better than aphids become abundant it will not tolls you all about It.Hastings' only soothes and heals irritation but -

in the heart of the Jacksonville business 700 pounds of milk for the last three only Insure the setting of tho fruit j Conference. I Seeds are '"Th Standard also loosens and removes the phlegm
months. of the test. This Is equnva- of the South." They live the beat raults .- and!congestion which are the real
section I is being: considered by but will have a tendency to hastenthe I j Tallahassee, Feb. 2.-Putting Into causa
some of the county commissioners. lent to 4 1-2 gallons per day the first maturity of the foliage after tha operation Florida's free test book in our Southern gardens and onor of the coughing So the severest cough
I farms. BOon disappears
and other Interested three months, 3 1-2 gallons per day flush of If Hastings' new 1128 Catalos completely.
business men and spring growth. any conslcl..rablo low Is. proving a knotty problem for
during the next six months, and ;3 has 113 pages In all, full of pto. Dr.KIng's New Discovery Is for
civic .
organizations of amount of tho first flash
the city. At a the board of state institutions which! turm from coughs, chest colds .
gallons photographs handsome bronchitis .
day during the final three
meeting of local dairyman from months.per of growth is prevented from maturing was. in conference until a late hour colors In full colora. truthful accurate modic croup etc. Flne.orchildren spas.too

Gainesville, the tentative program of This j, properly the tree will be putting tonight with attorneys for the six descriptions and valuable culture direction -no harmful drugs. VeryeconOmlcal
work for Duval county for 1023 was record is an exceptional one ;, out new Growth throughout the teen publishers who have contracted *. et the dose is only one tcaspoonfuL At

in person and by mail! for Information for any Southern cow, and puts Florida spring. This will afford! M constant to furnish the state. text book. commlsninn We want you to have this catalog In oil good druggists. A::!: LetiJ'

relatives to farming possibilities: in In high rank with other Southern food supply for the multiplication of with text books at a specified tour home. It tell all about HuttD '

the county. states. Jovial's Princess was sired aphids.It price. gnrdon, flower and field seeds plants

by the Owl's Noble Duke, from Nab Ie > is also important that Isolated The attorney general' l nilcvl today anti bulbs. Write for It today. A pottsard -
ST. JOHNS LAKE AND ESCAM- of Oakland anti Owl-Interest blood request brings It to
colonies of aphid which may appearon that present contracts. between publishers you by return
BIA BOYS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS lines; her dam is Viola's Jovial, a mall.
the .
trees should he completely du- and! the state cannot be abrogated 9gyERV
cow of Gamboga Knight breeding.The H. 0. HASTINGS
stroyed. If the colonies most
are and these contract run, someof
Gainesville, Fla.-Winners of the work of this test was handled by ly out on the ends of twigs, as is apt them for seven years. The prices II I ATLANTA, OA. .. _



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I --- the-- two they returned. Just n<* NOTICE ,I I Northwent q..rt..r. thine North 411 I..t Juilu In ,ml for Brnlfotd Co"""'. Stale' t ofMorldn
\ I ; 775 fert then Mouth 4H'
thenre I nt ten o'ehirk H. m. on Mnndny theCItil
I( they reached me table the orchestra 1 In tho Circuit C.u.t Eighth Judicial Circuit to point uf beuliintnic Ale a .t.." of l.n.1 I rtuy of ".I..u... A U 1WJ8 *tt the of-

Jhn -. I started Russian drinking sung) and llradford C..n'. Morula In C.D.r. 7-10 of an acre wide off the South end ofNorthiaitt rice of until County Jitdtti* I in the Comt KCIIUMI,
j fJh : u Fred !'. Stump quarter, rf Sthwrat quarter cfj St, rU,, Ltnulford Cmimv., Kluritln. fur a.
[ before introducing him slipped Northeast quarter of rihwrt, qunrtir. nil I" ,.. ... .
.Q" larry ('. j : : to ll nt privntv i>.1. .I ,'f thatr
into his place filled two .mlI.ln.nt beIng in Section Twrniy.its'n' U71 Townhiist "i in umliv llllU: /ltilrS j quiitly vnR <,61. Simlh' KanK, Tu-tnty.two <'**2)) tAt.
I I IN-nry I. Jr.. the t*ail lt.r. In' suit to ttMft
1 .
Biases, with thninpngne gave ono! to H Strickland rt al. r,,nta nlnit 1 1 1.2 are,. more or h I .
: I l'fntanta.ltIll npiar to th* till, oT rtelnI" filid, inn .ituwltiii ilmcritu I lands 'lyintr And b'loi 'aflradturi
i ,,' C'ssack officer and uiie to me. f. befon. the I I'Ir-l 1 ,ilnv ofMnnli I I
! I' to Uemnv Claud I can. rn or '
I 1111P ;;\ He stood feting me and begiiti to Tint,'t'mrim' fn'm the nllntnt,ono'e of the .>. f>. lt.2A. othprmoo tho ,? ,' ". <'11', ty. ,.t. of 1-lnrlda.
f the , bill will be tiiktn canr>*4ied loin Numltr I It and l |In .5 A..t I..a I I. 'r.. -
the aim srn .lull filed m the HM <> .'. caua'. <* .
baritone I
rich .
Sl in;( in a at 'r ii-ninnt R. ftntiKf n J 1..t. areeiiog to
! I i the ,'rbl'ncre of th.r'n.l..nt. you .1 i 1""lh. a
(C:1l4ae i t me hnMintf, aloft his glues JIll voice ha MncUJiiml, J. M. J.n*>n huinna I K t..t Man tt ,n fttrihor ..Int,1., or\ltr I b. ,. ..f H,1 I ..1".1, ,." ,.. I in (It" nutilwrti ,

: ( tint 'nist.,id 1 but held that pathosit'hich R I.. Hailry W. Mnnnil! C. .1 I I'n..k.C. UIhiitpin publmhi tinre a week for, four ..n."Uow..k. ..i,In ,if Urmlford' Co",mt>. Dorli'it. and ....
't'' I was and A. 1.. .Him..n .. .. In the itratfnrd. twinty' T'I""rl.h. a .mini',K tMinty t201 .... n"'r. wt ILMllu .
: I comes' to one who has Buffered M Junpa. F. B. Jon. w flow. Fannie UJtn 'S. .( hIs npuotaiui. .f ,-mrnl ... "t.- 21'lh' d.. nf .Inntmri S. f>. l""H

j'i. t much. ... L. M. Tohnn. ( ornrlliv John hue, wlf*. .1 I 'In HtarUe. Bralfiml O',,miv. rt.rnla t'lE'ItlK 1; t-I.I: i/ \m HI T'EEtE

.. U:1hIs: COll1.fessions! I .I M Junta. Fnnney II. Jonri hIs wtft*. W. C. WITNI'SS; the Unnnrnble, Judtre nf the Hu..i.1 fur i utlu, 'r ll..".
j (To be continued. ) Jones- J. (I. \S Illwr. Antonotte WiltN his EIghth Judicial Circtitt (otirt and the of- t-C26t IP |n.. jr Minor.j .

... r*. W 'H nl seal of the Clerk of thin Court nnwill j I _
.. "
; an hia uliinaiur. this the 2fth iuty of
: ,
'i. RodtrrraV H. It nii-rn, Jennie
.b Io"aman. p4iK TS K DKEO
NOTICBIn ..IIWP F. Mm. January A. D. 10J6! I Nlr-j'FOFAr'IUIIO,
I Jon. J..m. Jon. R.II. O. W. AlPFUMXNClerk | .. "I m_
... t. I). 1..0.. F..n.i D ." and ?
l..d" ;.FNFKAI. \THTK3
lllustcokd by Paul Robinson rilmlJ911ak Circuit Court Uraitford; County. Florida. J Pn.. bin .,. liatgrs. of the Circuit ( "urt. BrndFM ( ,
) .> Fin In Entire In hnn'l corn Ihnl |4 C. Pi
j In ('h'nerr -vln Johna, J. Mra. Sallie 1). Mt for Co.ny. I vveeah.rr Tn\ <,. iilfirnli N.07.. tlatM ,
\ H .f *
CmM IM to f...... .1 M. 'frubyI c. nnd A l.h.l. .r all ,unknown. and >. I "tot. CIFWI. .'... i..V-M. .. nf .Inlv 0. tl. 1.2. h.. filed unldciifi
In in the State of "
Compl.ln.nt.VIt. that there .n 'o.ld. .. .
..---- firnli' my of fir. ..d male aitipUrf "
the ,>r\ice, of upon whom would, bind 1
... '
.r i it I t KHtiv In arotinlnnr with law.
IN QUEST OF PLEASURE leisurely continued our strolr l.eoritr; A n<1..w. Hall.) .t. al.I Mad 1 Icfrmlanta, t\.,1 that H la b.-I..I bvtht NOTI.1 .hi) iitiri, <'nti. inhrnrm thi fulluwlnic. dfd ....

I should have lived In the hai'sof I Dn'ndant.. rnmplainant Hut the said .. ..". |t m.i-Hy. .itiHt Nl In Hradford County. .
"You ( Till. .nd ttmti* Cloud I .
Suit Xulrt .
lo .1 h, rewidentuii and
nni are
When we found ourselves in the I' 1 unknown:: dff.nd.nt. 'In .. unkn..n In Circuit C"h .ludicial Circuit ,St,, I.wlt
hon-fkirts ar.d crinoline, Curti,.sdc To Iho knownnd to ....I.ln.nt. are Int".t.d in the prttn- I County. no. .. In in North fornrr ofwent
Th. Floridaland Chon..r. Th. .. "ch.
to.wlt II.M.r .
mysterious-looking side-show ut the ahoxe tyeil rau. eel "\" thia ."It. and that quarter, of HnuthofiMt quarter being
ar, because you always expect me and linmmratinn, Company a corporation ...nd.._ not know and h. n.1 I Complainant.Vdviard North nn.l Sth, by 8 Acres and Wnt.Hrrtlun .
Exposition I looked eagerly about. 11 < .
If In nbjlenc.. t.unknown F..t
and not
to bo shocked and I'm not. No one If in existence, drvl to uncertain whether any of saId known ..I I v. 27. Pownnh'p' Mouth .*. 22 East: l,
front of us was a counter upon which : /Iriral .p..nt.llv. ag.u' mlnntM dead or alivcj; and thai tt inhelimrd .
: N. Plekneraon .t. al Acree.The .
is, for that matter any more. ..,'.. and Rranteea, G.rard E. Wlnclt anillfe by complainant in worn bill H
were numberless rows of substunt: Sallie and I don'trelish Marvarrt Wlndt Jan,'". W.Unr old Inter- : Defendant sail land aaraaed. at the AUof
"But there 1
,I you're you, thnt a pemon or ar* Bill R,1mov. tineS: Till and Other hl"
: Slier. O.or... Andrew. t Quiet of certificate In the n.m.
Susan the
balls each of which might be pu--I I of into and wife. i N(tnl In th j>n'p'rty Involved aurh auit.whoa .
idea taking
the you and Strauss, R.I.f. Unlt aid. errtifiml anal
Mm Kent Jamiann
Hall flame or and aa. or ." and I I NoSes of J. A. a
chased for a franc. Ahead of the 1 lutes like that. Besides I dulnt Iro-paitnera trading .. M r"er.t and company. *. renfdmrtia .m.fir,. unknown to complainant Order and of ServIce nknwn l>".. In .tv iTdri.nipd to law. tax drMl will
.h. Known ,
about feet .... and If dead, tfcalr mknown. helm d I h"' thereon dny of February, A.In. .
counter, ten u ui"e Know what to Though Pierre .1. : Therefor it la ordered that the aaldknown It anpiKrinir' from the alUwationa of (h.w.n v-tii* on 1th
expect. 1 .
.1w'... ,Imatrn or (..n..... Charles F. Par defendant, who .. namedin .
nf pi nt In the above cane.t'at 1.2.
two beds and upon each Teposed a heretofore com a
told me coming out that it was mild IMwnr.1 A. lace, Resale 1'.... Maml. Pac.and hi nnd seal I thlatl
this .. if and if dead. all parties nwidenr or place of bualneaa to Hitn. my official alitnniurp'
petite and pretty Pnrisienne. Only\ the unknown h.,". d.vlnMM. leatea or aald known and named A. I>. IBB*.
compared to some of the others out all of plnfminv un.. tfm dt>fen UnlH rdvtnrd N. liikimin Mn y ,' 14th day of January
I i rnnUra of G...... P..., tooaird, ,ndnnta dereand otherwlae. land I "NI
their heads were visible-but such I K. lace dtiaurd ... di fi .fO..I,1 or Carolina Pirkemon hi* 'If.. "h. Morida I O.W.AJ'FI
here. whom .', helm al low of and that all I..on. whomnover ...h".m.* ant Imml".U.' C.n.n.., a corporation Kl. I Clerk (1.Ii HradfordSKVIl
adorable heads 1-one with shining Just then Lemoyne with Barry and and all parties having or or names are allfnipil tn b* and are unknown win Hiinrork. Flina Mnria' Hniicitck 1,1. wifrSophia tounty. Porld.

blonde curls tied with a huge: bow of Andre Moliere who had been walking i I Inv to hate any In right and. to title the, South: '- to rnmplnlnant thnt may Intermted Oaten, John W.rr'n. JaneVnrnn h,. 1 l.lal,2-Li, ti. O. A. C
claim or In property Involved l'nh', auit. de-I nif.. J. Drew Polly Drew hia, wiSe N. I IHatiMmnn D .
turquoise blue the other with equally) 1 In'f .if Ih. Northwest' quarter and hi North. ----
,,1l1Il'utl. came excitedly up. thn North. .P, an lying and brIng In county. 1..1. Wlknu.kl. John Glirmoti JohnI.
fascinating brown hair tied with ribbon half of the Northwest quarter and t'hl. to-wit : I I. t.roen. ",' allunknown NOTICR
: decided\ to take the Americans 22 East: and I .1.t.n..t
\Ve ion 84. lonnnhlp 6 South. TUnii The Northrant quarter of the Southeastquarter t. thi complainant -
of a lavendar shade. I I di containing 120 acre. morn or I...... loin, and thr. In ( irriifi Itrndford County HonUIn .
with us when we leave here and tf tIe Northraxt quarter, of I in no pemon. known t. comptainnnt in t the t"our.
"What's the big idea ?" I asked cried 1 "there'sa hung In Bradford County. Slat, of HorijaCmtlngi V Township 6. South Rnnn. 22 E.... .I.n Suito. if Morida, the norvlc of n anbpnoi. ,Mi I tI tmncttryI .
Montmnrtre, Lemoyne. I tamIng' 10 acres morn or lm : hi and th,'" P,m whom would bind the salt ,defendant' I lInii't'n Htnrh 1.h'I' Comiwny.

Barrinffton: Pierce, who was ut my marvelous Russian place, 'Los Cau You and each of you are hereby, rrqulrfnltn heedy, are required tn appear" to the bill nfeomplnlnl "r either nf thorn and that It in helloed I lymnlnlnnnt n corpomtion.

side. Barry, usually quiet and dignified casians' its called brand new I believe ho and ,piar, hpfnro tie, JU"!.. of tho Circuit filed in anld cnuno on or befir, ... thnt the named ,fendtinta, nn ,., mplnlnant. .
the day of Mutch A. D liitrete tnlh' .- promrtv ln\ohrd In thm mil ,
Court of th. 8th Juillrlnl (Clrru 'f Mommy lat 11121othrrwlit : .
had entered into the spirit of and they put on a show and dance." riiiridn in and for Ilradford County, on Mon. thi. alh'vntonn' of .,II bill will I,. nnd ..m.I.h."t, ailna'. that he doi l a nit \\' C. 1'.Miip1, ,'. Ft Ala.'

the Hrk and ho enthusiastically replied -! "Oh but its probably too late," I I dny the first I day of March A. D taken an confenaid by the "fendantaIt I''iw and by "\ ",'nt aeareh and Inquiry, hna I mfpntlnntflHtilt .
I thi rntirt houmf in thp town nf Stark.W" fiirthep ordi'rod 1 tin thin order b. pub- I 'lu'1 t, nMi? to n ,<'"'rtn'\\hiihir any nf tti. to Unlit Tltlp ..e loud

: bemnnTied the fact that it was almostI iimncr n worn hill nf comi,laint e'hlbltidH Unhid. .nee en<.)h wick for foup nnaective aIl'tidimti',, .. hose age n.nidi'nee or ptne-' I I. II l.,. 1 I.ti"wti Mini ..I ..... id'ft ntltintii in

"You're supposed to knock them on I .\ >- "Mock. n ttct, %,,u .in thi. nhnvi. namrd court bv the .. n In tht. County, Tel .ro.h., a f I I..I""H, ta alliitid aw unknown. in d t. ad! r I I." el.s\ Mt>litl eniixt. to ..U \ < 'J'm"I.,
rumnliiiimnt.I J. M. Truly to rrmn\e cloud and ,.un"ni'i r publnhed) in Urndford County I i' vi>. or In *?><*t,.np* or not and' It In nld S l"to'h. Jnnn M Fn..h. 1..1. ( ,
of bed. See you hit the two couches, "No nothing down there gets going iiiuit, title to the nhovv diwcribcit laniln And FI.rl"n.I I '. .> In tho worn bill of complaint thnt b:* 1 I'iln: t-iiiirlitH. Mile l"n'hcr. I'.h.

"and out they fall It's great fun'Have chimed in Rur-''it! having hcon mud to appear tt* tHIa court hy Ilifn tho Rth tiny of Jammrv, A > 19'(1o !( I 1 l'l'ves 1 tliero .. fiernonii flima, and cor I I''I'r. rniiplur, h.l. at l law nf John M t-niirlur l ,
until after midnight: ; w ) 'In- 'I,l. *Hiiid R Ethel: M.lnn.
iii.' return of tie Shi-riff of Bradford county. FJ t orations' fnirreuli In the emil I property N.II. 1..n'I.
a try, he added, handing m rinton Pierce, "in fact thin particular rluriiln. upon a aubporna In Chancery l.u'dh. (RFVI, > Clerk of ( CourtHy \.1".1 l in thin nult, whet. .m.. ace. pIers Iio'lla, (...m.. I. ...WV PIt'i.i'fl .... I"
J ntrr
A Kuan.
several balls. pluio doesn't begin to be interestinguntil I .. ,defendant herein that th. above nail C. KNlll. I (,.'ne' or plnct nf hn.inei I I. unknownin nne. .if.... Mary Mary (' Krown Mnry ('. A. Brown M.

"I couldn't hit the Wollworth hull.Iing i rd fenrlanta. nor tIer of them, can beI 1'Pllt" romplnfnant' and In aald bill rrIi'f In nravi .I.h..html"nnd Hi bron Hrown * If alive.
two o'clock. I I I found In Ilradford County. R M aoriv,. <. | aitaint .,,eh known and unknown d l.'f'utl. I 1".e .
I dftvlM
hi .
unknown Mihrntrttt
-besides I'm not properly inspired "Yummyyummy!" I cued; "we're on!" I I The Bradford County Tclevraph a ...kl" Solicitor for Complninant. 1-0- CI..k'l an*. ner,'n'. ffrma and corporation. '' if .e.I.fimnt.>rfi. O W. Clnytnn nnd lie

," I laughingly refused but you In a few moments we were standing i m Wra. .paper Iford County publl.hml, rlorida In th.I in hereby Town of,diHixnat Btark.i .. NOTICE TIIFRFFOKP:* and ,ot.t. in o.I,name' ", h'j all this'pemnnNfirm tat,'r: i I I". W. Clayton, of ltrt Pavno, Alnhninn' and

try and Curtiss too he's a good, shot," I outmdc the gates hailing a passing: ,I .. the newiipaner In which this. notice ..tiallbo !If 1 living' or (n ,' nr If deal.I nr not I .II. t..rtl.. -. havIng Intpnvt or ttp eln elnlm'mluif In to nn hate I ,.. any tt*
exlMtenr then lila her their I I It ,
or tin-
for four consecutive week.. n
I declared him with the publf.hed diwcrlhrd land llrs.tfori, Countyrlnrlda ,
presenting Tn ( Court Circuit.Bradford follnwlntr
[ cub. 'f..lit F1..hh J.dl..1 known helm .l'vi.eea I..t. ...nt. ..e. .
Done and ordered at Clarke, Bradford County ,.. towltllh
balls. But he shook his a.-- County, .' In ChanceryJ fiMoni and an I to firm
remaining Florida. In ('hamben. th,. 2Hth day ofJanuary. J and corpomt iona.n'. or I.r.'n..n, Interrat I Ii <* West half of the SouthoaM qiinrl.r of

head."I In order to reach the Caucasians .. A. D. 1929 Tniby Complainant In and to these certain pliee or ltu nfInnd i the HaiilhwMit, 'I..rl., r and the West halt of
'I A. 7. ADK1NS i the HiMilhumt .uiiartur Hrctinn U4. and rfifht
don't know what we've gotten lying and being In Bradford count a
we had to descend a flight of stairs 1.2D.61-2-20 Jud*.. n.1 and a mfrvn Norlhrn cinnrfrof
into," he said to me in an undertone' that apparently led below the groun'I. Calvin Wilaon al..I.D.f..ndan" Slate of Florida, known and dencrlhed th,.fr.rt.n. *.ant quarter of the &mthatimrtir

fIlowat < ,, of M..II"i :bt tn lownnhlii 7 HimtlilUnun
while the others were trying their I We entered a small oblong room that I NOTICE Bill to Quiet Title Other I I The outh half of the Faitt half of lbs I | 81 ....t. the. eight and a fmrtlonac

skill, "so far, so good but I've jut that already crowded with guests. .ne .uth..t quarter, of N.'hw.t' quarter anilthe ,. Win Itoiinilid .. ftilluwn t.w.: On
was In Circuit Court llradfurd County. Florida | Rl.f. West of Soiithwe quarter, nf North th Fa.t I.. Kurtfon Itn,' rnn'ng, nrdHntith
been thinking maybe I better take you 'I Small nblcs with exotic covers were I In Chancery. Order of ServIce hy Puhllralion.otlr* I I.....t .ar' and the North half of the North I .,' in tlii North hy land by MnrvAdnmit

out before somebody er.rr." he lies-! the wall leaving the 1'. N. Hnrrln and J. O. Harrii. Known and Unknown Defendant. T"I w**t uunrte-r nf th. S'ilhw, '* t oitnrter of S.<*. |>irkn .n.1 I the. put,.blie r nw".0. the

tated. I pushed against; Complaihanta. It apiiearlnir.. from the allevatlonn of I 'nn vventy-U* ((20)) Townnnlp Six, (6)) Smith. I Mouth I ly, litil.i ".nl. ft lake.

center open for dancing and for the vn a bill complaint In the shun* Rnnire Twenty.two tZFant. GUn.

"Knocks them out of bt.d'" I finished features of the cabaret. The room was Laura De Thompion et .1.. hath* air'f reMi.nee or place I of biinlnena tIn appear, to the bill of pomplalnt fl.1 I. Vitii ant end .f ht'r.'I"y ...,.1..1to I

for him. Defendanta. of the defrndnnta Calvin, Wilson I.uei.. 1'0.!I .nl it I eaitao. on ". be for* the flrM ,if ho and ti|>|Mar t IH'Sr, thi .I ,uliff of the t'i Irfntt .
Dimply but effectively decorated with Cult lo Quiet Title and Rem,.. <'InutJlo ter Wllnnn. I.... P. Wiltnn, and C'h..ln' Mareh. A. D Ift2ft .... the alleirntlnniif 1.<,..rt of thn Eight Iihllrlnl Clreil *>f

"Well, yes. You see, you never can many antique brasses bought,: from lit.. known and unknown dvfemlanta In Wilion his wife. Sarah I. O\rrton Kate : nid bill be taken an confined against .'I.I"n., it. nnd l for llrmlford County. M.ut.
t,11' what the French are apt to do. I the ahov ntylpd cu.". to-wit : I.aura Df Frier Mlplnm Maya I.... Allnnllc I.umb. you. ,!InV. the fn' dnv nf Mnrrh. A. l I'. 1 2A. nt
Russia by the entertainers themselves ThompKon laura I). Thornpnon and hunbnnd. (.m..n". a corporation E Strong, an I It la further, ordi.rM that thIs( order he pith' the court .... In the Town of Stark. Flor1 -
They ore entirely different and eh-. relies of better days. I Jam* II. ThomiMon. AngelO. Waller AuinutaJ St.mberir. pnrtnem dot! no bu.ine*a under the "ohid one** n week for four, ronneeutlve wef*<* 1 NitNwtr n nworn l> II nf .complaint, (*<.

tic code or morals. Sometimes/ they Hurnn Iuthr A. Pratt uthcr Pratt and name of Tmhy Mternbenr and Company. if I II. tho Bradford Count T.levrah| n weeklvnewnriaper hihtnl nirfilnut you In ho alMinami'd court
The/ food is not especially good Hannah Pratt hi. wife. Mm. H. J. Strong and ( Dt'vrlonni ,
In -
Iivlnir or In .j xinl'*>npn. are all unknown. to the of general clreulntlon publlnhrd 1>y Hit. enml.I.ln.nt. 1..t.n 1..1
go pretty far. but that's negligible" declared Andre, unhand R Stronir. Julia R Solomon and pomilainnnt" and that then* la no pemon In theState mark Hralfnrd County FlorldnWHNr4' .nt t'ntady' n pimovilon "
"But I wouldn't leave now not of husband W. M. Solomon C cll Wile,,. ant of Florida known to enmplnlnnnt the \ tlv irnnnrabl' Jud"" ofhih the! .I nnd 'utili I t it IP to I IIP nbodi.ncrilwlI

'we'll order wine. It is expected .,ft*. Anna Pane Wilcox. If alive, and if dtad. aervlce of a aubponna upon whom wooli bind ".. .ludle'al Clreiilt, and tht. ofVint I nn.In.

for a million dollars! I exclaimed you here and really they have ex thi'Ir unknown heira. vinrcn. Ivnatrea the .slt' rt. .r eIther thra. and ami if the Clerk. " ... an will lira.(ford Counly Trlnvraph A weekly

"*m dying to know what happen ec-lent He the or- urn n teen. and all ppr ona having. or ., 0'1 I that U I* believed by o that the in il,IH, ,aurnnture, this the ,.r.of Jnn ..1h..n... p.ll.h"o In lh Town t>f Htnrkpttta
champagne.: gave havo lnt. ..... ,
to any right title. or 'elate nnnrnl defendnnt are ''ntortftle I in the pr"n' I. A. 0. 102fti ,'.1 r".nt. "Inrha. hi rctiy l'aIznnte't
Look Barry's throwing well lie cliT to the waiter who was also in fes'ye and to the folowln. d wcribfd I.n... to-wtt ;I erty Involved In tItle null and eompUinnnt nU.1.I. ary OW AIOFRM\M ntt Itif npWMpaiipr ." Ihn' nntlcn nlia'1I '

jut: mised it that time. Come on attire. In the meantime my eyes '; Iota 1 South ,. 11 ta 3 an:I | thnt h. doea not know and bv dilinntnearrh i Clerk of Clrenlt Court Itm.1- ... .,nl'.llxlird for four| .ft(*.
111 of Block I 11 of MvlnHHton. Truby mel and Inuulry' hi not been ..hi" tt I 1 ford Ctntv. FlnrMnSnlfrltor WIINhMS: The Un"n.hl. 7 A.Ik Inn antV
There he ma.
Curtiss join in the fun. were taking In the detail of the in- Company Addition to the Town of Starke. ; certain whether any .of the aald dofrndnnt*, I J"I.I. CREWS. I Judirm an .. .O Al.lorn.iii
it Look look!" Florida' whlrh lot front 75 Cherry rl ami the oral of thin pour) In the f'ilvf
got that time. accountably charming place.In / I on "'**rw, age, _ldenp nr place of btinim..* N for (-omiIa'nant I
and Church Strtwti. alleged .. unknown I. dead or alive. or In *?*- Mt ark.. rlnrliln. thin i'tid iliiv of January, .
"Whoop-pee, whoop-pee, cried a the center of the floor a dashing Grttlniai intenr
"'11 feminine voice. Whoop-pee !" Cossuclc officer! was dancing: with abeautiful YOI and each of you are hereby qnttwl In tho nwnrn hi of enmplittnt that I NOTK I n w AinrtiMv CUrlrM .
to and hpfur the Jud of the Cfr. SIrS t
appcnr *
ho believes th.* .
firma and
rang out another. Ding-dong rang blonde .girl who was also in .ul Court of the Nth Jud einl Circuit of Flor Intei-ented. In p..on.the nni.I eorpornltona In.- I I. ih'colt I |:.:: KNK.IIT fllnrk. FinM.llritor

the bll and simultaneously the two nut \',. costume He danced' with grace In and for nrndford County on Mon,Iny velvet In t 1hin nit t. who. name. a p."r.. .* I In n..d he nv>nl County"* Cn't r"'orl t"I.htl'.InI I. t..-'nl,autr. for <'.milalnanl 1 1.29 RL- J.i!
the firnt, day of March A. D. 1926, at tho -
-- -
nf bunlnee. la unknnwn - -- -
pmft to "m.ln.' --- -
imgrovlrthed couches toppled overthrowing and I magnificent poise executing a dif- n W W.\.h.I
court house In the town of Stark, Florid. ant and In nail, bill relief I IH prayed airalnntMirh F

: the the little sleepers out *,) "; nit ,lance to a folk song of th. to nnnwrr a iiworn bill of complaint rthilitolauninet known and unknown defondnnta' persona. Complainant. NIHI'F

the mat beneath. They were clad Steppes you In the above named court tSy the firms and corporations.TitF.RYFOItE .'I' I"n Ila'ionI\.a Company. a rorpi' .rnt. n et, i.1 l <' Ftnrlda
com i.In non,.. T. N. and J. O. Harris. to remote I In flreult ( ,"rl ttrnli.rI
it I In order that .
cloud and till tho above de all pemona Prf..ntnnt.' .
quiet to In Phnnprrvlon
firms and! ". named in t Ihta order It < nM, .
Hcrlhcd mote. If lOin r"r"o.I"! ",. if ... ,"il I. the .. Tit. f ....n.lnlntI .|'h in' A. MurcntttComiduinnnt.
The Ilrndford County Ti.It.i/raph. a wp.l,lyncwunnrrr < or not Ti ... v hi .
l In the town of Stnrl, In p,tN *ne. thin him her their, or It* un I '("I*''I In Mo nl .. ..tlI l rt. .I,teh" i'me, u.
.uhh.h. known h.I. ,|i-ulrneon. litratpee granteesue.. t I. eTond fran ""*. n.*d1'le I" ..t
ItratSorl I County' rloridn In ht <1.1n..d .., on* rnfnnve. ri *rmiV. C.I.. ci! nlTh .
r ti and **m vnm. and t all penon firm- of 'hi ermnlnlnnnt .n the 1.0k,( .1.' .
a. the ncwupnper In whlrh thia .. ft ndnnlnflult .
nnd hnvlnir __ .." t.'" .,
or .1 "' ,1 In
.0."or.l"n. any .
.ltail 1>" t',ihl'nhod for four nncutiv, wpcltnWITNrSS o.lmln. Tn Till Ia and Item f Until'
Hurt **
I | the. nleco. ... '.. 1a I .
h.t or Innd CtrrIfS ..f p.a.trc.t ,
Tho <\ / A l' ?In. not I 'I .
f it
: l tin I Itnown nnd ink niwn d< >'
t"ini .
10nor.hl. and h*"m In Cli-. '
I" .
n.df".1 cmmlv ntn cf tt'a"r |'tf trv 5m'-n .
V. J.. flV. A !
0. 1.1..mnn. mrlria known H" lvld raum. t""t t
end ... tt nth. .1,1 l I .1" f..v.
In 'ih. City ,1..lh.1 a< f"lo.* dntv Ii. <"d In en't panmmi > ,.
CI"k. and the al of lute court ._ ..,.. Mnrv <' Fohn T Voniiir. M.ervu

|I i,f otnrVf Ilttildn thin 2 llh day of January, v The rt I, "xt."h, half, of the Northweet quarter. of I '... loor.'nn "In,,|f Imnecfv......n *' !l lt I"' ..' n,'ve"., '.': ,*.;! ;.nJ, !. -..::.. ,.., ...h If Il.hnrl.. ...1 I If d* at.t U> trerlrmil
I s. 1 o. 1034 unrter of Rct Ion Tw. 11.. fIJI| } '. dflfl h<"Im. di.vim.** .lri'at'a or grsnteea.
t Pi
1 G. W. AfDPRMAM Township Right (PI. South n.n.. fwtnty "'"",.r'ln. tin* rtort IB nn.1.' .. n... I ,.tiI I pnrtlt liavlnii r air iniiv,, i1*). ni rntmif
? l -.01 .
"rn'l's tb. 'l.| .1,1| fan 1 .1 .
I (** Clerkt two *22> Fa.l Tw,. w iftt .. il t.' I ant
FH.I "n''n. rOy acre moreor I Jill r "r .
r,,rr tt. t r rpl l in. P. .1 I I I.I T'. .1,11. .
.. .
t KNK.HT Clarke. Fim.Snlieitr I .
'lap. t ant Ien,4'' ,. ....1'.1 lo I.titn I ..l 1 if IM, k ?'*. m pin orl'tnntmnn
onI rv.mneov .
,I fur ( 'mpl..nnnt., 2B-ftt-2-24, Po appear, tn the bill of complain" fl.o In f ,.. n1 the sail *aiie, nn nr bt fore the html, M.. .' In .. f '" tn tin fn'l'nr' "faM f',..n'" f*'I".I.I iln rm nnr <' nf .r.t tnh

NOTif I March A. O. lOJtl otherwlne the alleiTAtlon. ei.rt r.mhl.fnl.,ftt-Mtlfnn to....-.., ft,'lewr, .r n.ntf ....t I | ...d Tl."k 'N'. fnuo 'JftO nf the pul, ,. ....

I of th,. pail MM will be .k'n M eon f.,.. dntrnlmt ... .- nn,t rotlnir, In *h.. ,.I... cifnil' rrnfitf ...Inf Itralford Coitniv Plorl'tn.
In Circuit ( Flvhth Jn,lirinl Clrul. ; of Floe d, GreetIng; I
'Ollr. f0 inv* "1'n' Ihr iifo I
% lIe .stood facing me anti Wr. Ifor,I (' "" .. "In. In :I you officer ,.. N**<*M, ,in-n wtmvi pen*.*** eat.* Vou ant I ,...h of in. are Iii n hy rc.iilri.f
Chnrla C Wnodhrldirp.Complainant I i. ?,, l p b* .. I, .nI ar 'In.f*. the Tudtr, nf the
/ '0 'I.t ;:; :: ;:\ :.'I rvi d I nnd II annmivlna' thnt rv" e 5.1. nppf' .
/ began to sing in a rich bar! I 1 rd corn 'rw'i, we* i I ::* !e .:.r.'f,I ttfoo enl.l I frtrnn-nfi.,::' f,ir th,* (rrnii ('" drt of Ihn PhI Itidlrlnl rfmi'f' ..,

hold in the' T..I.pb. a w..h' "tilt..,.f Mn'd' pnenorntlnn to i.*...t ,-f't repine /.1.1., I In '1,1| for Ilra.I5rI I (.n''.. on Mon.dny .
p tone at same time I Cirortre w,1e. et al, nettr>nper ."n..1 clrctilnllnn rnont rpnin nnil i.*w'n i. ll fnlhir' .f 'I tIe Tnt dny nf Stank A l> l'in" nt "'..
(l' \ ing aloft his glass. TVffndnntaHill I In PinfiVe "r".1 r'nuntv FloridaHirNF : nmtion I., hnwllh'n 'qt, :.; ;, I court hue .In ,h,. town of f..h. Flnilttnlo ,
&' to Rtmov. etc Judtro of Ih I aflwt'r Mil of .. oxhlhltodninlnNt
CI.a. : th r"nnh'. : *. pn 'firrf p. n *>'t utrv who a PW< rn ,
It aprif'nrintr from the of the) Klu-hih, ludiclnl and the .ff,clnl ..' ;.r| 'firl that there ;Uc no .: In 4k: I voti In tIe nh".. n.mrl roiirt Ity tSnpomplnlnant
worn Mil fil-d in the ahov Htaird cnuni. >, .. -| i' i. .tn .| A Mnrco't.. to *.
,coal of the Clerk "f thin Court n* well n int Of | 'r mff rf> nf "h..". In''I.hl. r'fu.v
that th.. .It.n..and a.p. of the d.f.n.a. "rmli .f,1 'n"nn" awl rlntid 'inlet, till to thn, ahoy 1prrtlod '.
h'. nipnatttre. this the 2Rth day n u .1) 1 <
I _.It 1 W. Cole. O ... ..,. I .ne
Or. lo"hl. .. .1 t.. *>f>net,. frnn tIe .".-fi hilt ,e .. lanl.l'i
Wm. H ". WI'.m Saundrr. Me n. i02fl *,tint' 'ho ntt.. that fhifun1 rrnlI.ree rnunly, wwHy I
W AI.r>FRMAN, (Ii ra.e > .I I I..Inr" T."r..h. a
I tjmcn ffi.undir formerly 8nl1 : :
I WYn. C tin. l-n'' th.nt' ns'ne'I tn."t' "",", ., lliel In ,h. .I nf tarfc..
1 Pmindew, and Jonrph R. Wynnn her bu. Clerk "fi..".t Court Ir..I. 1'I.u., ".,"-l ".m. 'to.. a ."....."." I'r..o' Cnitnty. I"'I.rl.ln. ,In |iurr'I,. Richard O Richard hia, fr'l ( ,ninty. .
John C. Mary
,ISEAI.i. t"o.II. '1. ,. Pstlre.I Cn"sev a ,0",1. ,. ".. .". In which thIs notIce .b.U|
wife. fohn Kt.m.'hmlIt. Carolina A. C. CREWS.ioIIritor 'ye. 'r 1... ...1 'rt.P,. .n tr-.tee, t I.,. tiiihlii.hf, fop four .nn..I.a| wpliaWirN'KSH .
I ..hml 1t hi. wif, Frank W Simm,,.. J C. 1 l.2t.St-22? ( . ,
I 1 Eat H'ih.ruer. formerly Kit j for 'Ii' Vt. In t'lrn.I ""m"p"" ." .. I tlm A / Alk'nnnndA '

I William* McQueen Snundnm. Thomnni - --- -- .-- ---- -- .1.._ 5o..tee ...1 1,1. .1". n V f.nnir .1''lr., f!. w. AI.tsrma'i.
V.U" "I'-. g..ts.t N nl.k.o .. ,'. Clerk nnd th. of thin court 'In th pMyof
i I I". Th..t"n. Sarah J..n. K II. !ITlrlIn .' .. 1,1. N TI, Ftiark .
0... Glimon A. IS. Townen4 fflrmname ", I. '. I..t. 11.,11. thla 19th lay of January.
'e.. 5 "".I Imnloo'uuio'' rmnn 'S A 1028
f Glinnon % Townatmdt. Robrt TRtchard C.ertl'ivhlh luillelnl Circuit, I.
('I."f .... I'torl",'. I awl ao.t I O W AlDERMAN
7oA Richard hi. wife Thomaa rlorlda In Chancery. .In. -.0
.. .. .
n..dnr a oneiw.attnn R..I I.kl.i Clerk.
.. T C. Thacknton Fannie P .. '
Btmp. ._. ,.. ,..i thb.,4 A ". r ..t i u 't
n F .
C'I F" .. ( Kvrr.ii "tarkSolidor Fl.1.I
Mtnn h. M. N. B Inn ton. M. I". I .1
wl. .
""il| v .l" M--- f ty
C.mpl.ln.nt. .. for ( ornplalnantNOTICE .29.Ilt-2 4
hi. wife flukes. E. I.. Duke I
I ... tfn. .* ir.M r .n r. 'i. '
hutihandJohn F. Stratum A Company. ar* P ---
Florid Railroad Company a crloratnrt ; ,". Tr n Hn* C l'S. unknown. and that there I. no pcnmn In the I I OF Fl2441.DISCJIARGN
"'''. of Fto.ld. th.aervfe* of aubpeona upon, al i. Defendants. I Th,tmp.nn. ..nil unknown ant tltnt MTIn "

whom would bind amid defendant : and that It of ServIce hy Nell. to I"I n" Person In the 1..,. /.f PlnrMn' th. ..r. *tlty ,I.". after Hate. nn twlt the flth dayof
la believed he the Complainant that th. anil 0. luhl".I.n. 1 ,. A D 192*. will t th.
and Unknown .of n utiltppnftfi nnnn, wVnm wn,.1.| 1 h'''M.I| nM' .. we present .
named derenaanta ..nO. reaiuencea, and .. Kno.It appearlnir from r.fod.nto.1..II.n. of th.mwrfl i.i ',.r'n.I.n') nn,| that U In ,.r lhpi ill. Pfirntilc flrnrtrA f.arrfln: : aa County
1.1..1 1 ;
tinted "These people wonderfully wellborn an unknown to nmpl.nant. a ." JIve .5 Tlrn'lford County,; rlorlda. our voueh-
very briefly in pastel georgette are In. .1 bill of complaint In .Iv.* can mttlMlnnnt. Hint the saul) nn....I d. f.nIsntn'
In th Involve in thin ault. and ,
property .
final I and
the resIdence or place of era aeeounfJi a eufculnr e ee itlit -
said Barry, who WAS seated at Complainant < not know and ha not the that defendant are The Morida, ltailroa.l I .Com whtMir. .**.1,1,.fieri and .... are unknown 'In of the last wil and itnment of Mere

"Why this isn't as bad as the Follies my left. "I know some of them. Asa able to ascertain whether any of the amid rany. a .0"0..lon. Fdwarvl N. 01. ..". .nm.I.'uol.' urn InterMitr In *h. proftcrlyfnvolvpit Ifnphln ...*. late of Bradford 00"1',

Leymonu matter of fact I understand-and known defendant are dead or alive ; and thatIt Th> ,I Immigration. Company.a In this mmthnt\ Pomr Ulniint lnM and ..k.1 t INT dineharired aa aueh exeeiinp
Bergere, whispered I. believed In aaid 10.1. ,
by complainant worn
A tin Smith anteutrIS.
R bert Smith .
t nhlt to
known unit h.. nut ) *'n uifffr
Danielle. I I not from press-agents either-that a bill that there I. a pempn OP are perauna Interested I. e..r.Uon.. Lnver Rrardon" Monro K firnn "ti whether of nail, known d-fi'. '1. Sib dny of January, A D 1029lorrv .

and regardless of few of the entertainers are of the In *h* property Involved. 'In aueh .ol. "* her unhand. Wm. A. Baldwin Sumner laIn nny .' Inl nw
Good-naturedly .
whose nam or name and a*. or a.?. 8. Tenant ,Ira I n*>1p*. 'f tire ilrad rr. .)!VPThrrrfnr" I KATE I NOON
the cold night air they picked them- !!1 lity but have been robbed and who** ten complainant' t R.h.ln..I.n. f' .. **. a.all unknown to the It tn nr.lrf
Helvea up and scrambled back under'. driven from their own country aa A Th..fn... i* ordered that the aaid known ,rnmnUtnant, nnd that there I. nn person In I ndantH who are h<.r*>tofor* n.m. In ihH I .n lenmment itf Mary Ifopblni.NOTICB .
d,>f*'ndnnta who .m..1 In thfa nf Florida known enmplalnant deceased.
h."fo. ihe Mtat t if d.'I I nil partIes' f!.lmInir l-8.lit-.l
the blankets which they pulled up to result of Bolshevlc regime. They'replucky order. i Ivln. and i p.rl.alalmintr 1 the nervleo of a nub neon a upon whom would .ini, .. If llvlnr. ami

their alabaster chins and waited for enough to try and make a goof In th aald ".m.d hind' the naid d.f*nUntji. either of them interestS iinHnr the milH *known and nam"l.l.fptotsnl' OP plflCIIARGB

fenranta aforesaid, deceaaed or otherwIse. and that I I. bel'vMl br ..ol.ln.nt that flfnrfM.'" .in'pnol nr n'h "wU.. I r"AL
the next throw. it I like this. and that all penona whomsoever whoa. name the named defendant .. In.t" the and I that nil fr.n whom.. .r Shah win* linp .
of or are alleged to b and are unknown .Involved In thla suIt .. ln.nN l In flinty lava ..f'n ,-.I. the 2arl
"Well did you get a thrill out I i "Indeed they are--and adventuroustoo .m. # property .1' 5 lnurt"t In the nroniri
I to complainant, that may b* or ..lntrtedID alleges that he doa not know hy dilIgent! .ptlt. m. fnMnw' 1.ln..n,1| brIng ,lay nf Marah A. I>.. 1928. I present t
watching the little Grisettes, asked ." I said. "Do you know the officer th. property involved In thla rf. nreh and Inqu' h.. not Soon able to ascertain this d..lh.1 Klort'U to-*Itf : th. Honorable George A. tardlnP .COGnt.
"It Rra'iford Counly.
Curtiss as we walked on to the next over there-the one who just ...Ib. f.lln. 1 lylna and hefnar th. whether any of the naid. .tiefenrlant. I f In South of Northwwt qsrt.'r .f Jti. of "r."o,1 Courtly. .. myvnuehora
The .
nf 1 I. h.1 account a
.f Bradford and Htat of Florida. to- whoiu* age, rldfnc or place I.I .1.1 flnl
attraction of the mid-way under its finished dancing ? He looks as if he wit ; alleged a* unknown I I. rt-ad or alive.11.. e?. V"rthw. ",..rt. i.f Section US Tnwnnhlp nf th nUt4 (if Kjiht. P Jon.

dazzingly brilliant light. Although the'I i rather All of Block. SI In the OrIginal T. nf ltne or not. and it .la alleged I 1 South Ylnnir 22 F.*t. eont.lnln. twenty ..*d I!.CP.JI tale of Bradford enunty. and asked
: motioning to Barry or .
were you I Iran be and they hereby are .". .dmlnlntratnpThi '
or .h
Stark. Florida there being the in the worn hill f complaInt that 1m", to t' discharged .
squawkers of the various amusements he wanted to attract at. .or" < andeorporatlona. : tie hill of nmplaini fled, In ..!'! of January. A l> lt"*
as If your offIce of the Clerk if the Cur of S. belIeves that there are per on*. firm appear 10 22nd day
noke only In French they: were Ju"tas tention. Look." Hradford Count. F".ld.. In D.d Interevted ,In the saId. property Ca..,. on or before Monday. the lit day of W. J FPI'JRN
'I page 7(19.( .h".ln. the lnl bourdary 'Involved' In thia ."It, who** n.m. age. real 1 March A. D I1H. oth.rwtn* th* BllPMtlon. Bhrrlff '
persistent and their voices just u I'I i Vladimir Tchertkov and of Ptarke, Florida h'nor In the Nortntraiitnt pla. of botneui i unknown tn I I if *.Ml hill .i b. taken M .onf...-d. th*. estate nf Rnbrrt P. Jonr*. ,drcfv<.

raucous as those at any street-fair. I .nrtf r of Southw't quarter of flection' Zft. complainant and In aid bill .I..f la prayed [ It is that thia orl-p he 1..22.909.19.
Fogey-Pie a peach of a chap. 111\ bring/ him Town-hip 6. South TUi.* 21 Faa. uralnnt' .. "Now 'fess Mr.
up, you over if you like. He's one of the mo t I B*, and they hereby are nNinfreil' to appear noreen*. firm* and eorpnrntlon In the U..doN Coonty Tekaraph' a CREDITORS
thought: they were right intriguing talkers I've known." to the bill of eomrlaint' filed In aM eattn THKRErORK it w ord.. that .1 penon*. newspaper publi.d B.a'"re County. .1.10. ..- NOTICJ TO DEDTOIUI AND
interesting: ever on or before Monday *h. Uday and .orporatlona In order .if .
yourself ji"ent ce pas ? I answered what he want. AD. tine. other |H. 'n* .'I. ..,M..b.'.' fr or In .ilat-pee. .m.AA .or not in Ordn..d the 281h day of January A. P 1J26. Notice tn hereby gIven that all erMltor,
him using one of the few French "By all means see bill will be taken !by the de .aiet.nw'. then hi. h... their or 'iU unknown A. It. ADEINII.Judge.. l legate,',. di trlbut. .*a and all pr on. havingelnlm

phrases with which he had grown The Russian refugees have my deepest fendant' hair. devisees. l* *ate fj. ...n". *ue_ .I ..In. the Ratat. nf J. n. .RhoHpn.ilfcoaaffd .lPtlalm .
I sympathy and I'm sure wo'd all be Tt it further ord-r-1 that |h'r cole t* pub.Ilnhed and BMitcna.. and to all pemon and corlaoratiorui. K. M. JOHN are by required to pr** nt
famaliar through Its constant Use one each week for four eo.eaotveweek. having or .laimlna any tntermt in Solicitor for Complainant &.29.5t-2-26 duty authentIcated to tenno..hl.*

"Well possibly if you hadn't been thrilled with his account of the con- .. In the 8rdf.r C""nt T.I."h. a and to th IbM
HODS over there. Especially Curtis 1..1.0. i "., County lying. and being In Bradford eounty Rtat of NOTICE or GVARDIAN SALE County Florida within one y ar. OP
along', sweetheart," he replied "butit .known and deeribed a. follow : I notice will h* held In bar thereto: Aad.II'O'

embarasses me to have you see *. He reads and talks about theIan'r Thia the 28th day of Jannary A. T> l'2HO l"rd. t quarter of Southwest "".r. itNnrthetMt ( Indebted to old RnUii are ..ui.
of Bolshevin all the time. Go W. AfPFRMAS quarter of Northwest "".,t. I Hereby notice i given that I. the nnJ..i.". their said debts .the nndrn.*; .
things of that sort the Southeast. North- .d iiuardian, Luther Uanry 0. J. forthwith
I 1 of Circuit Cantr, beginning at .0'1' nlnbtrator aui,
"In other words you believe-'havo 1on Barry before he starts dancing ISKA C..1 By C A. KNIGHT .5.5 quarter of Northwest quarter and run minor heir of Luther H.nry DO. ._. Tl the 7tN day .f D. ...
Ion lisa 77ft to of Hradford County Florida apply RHODEN.
Clerk.Soll.hsor West en quarter f- laU .1 I.
a good time one by one and never by again. be- B M. JORH Du" S* utH aflt *on tr of Hootb-e-t qurr efHovthwiatt th. Honorable C. A. G.pdin. seemly U-H-lt-f Admlntalrmhiff
1 conversation t
two and two'," I pore-phased aa we After a whispered .Complaiaant 1-29.15446. qnairt.rr of NorthMt quarter of

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I sons spent' tho wl: k-elld with Mr. and imOOKEUUrookor. r urd county: Florida and to othorwlaa eon- P'ia-1 1'1... tit From Starke-Rrookrr Ttoad near I ,to the elector In bond election' an provided
B afford( County: TccraI'ublishett : > tin to the I provisions of acid special act. Dan llyrd to Rock Church Dint net to hy 'law, and OH are not Incomiiatent with the
p. ; :'011'''. A. M. Illunchard..F. I hut the ,road in said liraiiford (,nun(,. interact with Itua.1 No.. IS ____ ,f.4uO.OO Itrfivlnion of the .nld special act.IHIAIiL .
I W. Durbar, of Muwlenny, was in F12.\ .-Mrs. 1. W. | a Tf i .ta. u> IHI hard, aurfaced graded and otht ,nd No 21 Htarke to Clay County Line ) (IK BOND TKUSTEKS! OP"
I'iiiholsler of Tampa spent a few ,"< 'Improved with said bond funds. with e illtarant ._______ _____ t4.000.00. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOR1O\
town Tuesday. itpliroximute amounts to be expended on 'I I No. 27 Commencing mar .1. S. Kunlce: ily 1 K.: S. MATl'llliWa.
weekly and entered as Mrs. J. T. Moore nnd little IIIn. Jimmy clays' of last week here as guest in I h of naid,: r l dims 11cr. ut the poototTlce of! Ml'!!. T. L'. Ward. i iMrs. lUutil No.. 05 l-nke Clty-l'alath ShoitItuutu Mum IriK" thin iioulli, >i. Jinnier( roli.eeuo.eio Altut C. A. FUTCU
second few
ini 1 : returned Monday from a daysI Hnck lisa', Surface Treatment __. ___.____..... .-r' lary. 2.12lct..S12.NOTIt'E .
: at Sitarke, Florida. I visit in Tampa. : J. %v. tturiency and chil-i __ ___..______ ._____ eltO.UUU.OU ,:"nd!"No. Sill From Dan hutch bridge on -
Mri. Charles dren Wilma and Buster, of Lacrosse \| ,Oat,. Ibiad No.. 4H SUrko to Clay County: line.Knelt Crawfoid Road by lirov.ning'B. to fleeced ;-
Mr. and, Harithbarf'cr, here with liani*. NUrfari* C Inatnniil, *UO,05aaeI'ilow.nii { No. U -___.. __ tJ.600.noRond : OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DElIS
II. MAT1.iiS! .-Owner. uf West Milton, Ohio, who have beenciiiK !spent Sunday I n.,ad. to bo Kra\U-clay ((16 test. No. :10 From D. U. Hronninii'n on Hon.IU bAsaic bat.uior.. 5,5 UF anna
!Irienda. | *iik and U Inchui "....p.1) to-wit, : by Starling nnd, Hob Fulch to IliwlorHon.I GENERAL STATUTES
I. C. IIOnlSHON.! _Mnnnglnf Fitllor.PL'HI.ISIIKO thu winter in Miami' came R. J. Waters and family of Waldo I No. I Bute Road No. U Ihroiiith llrnok- __.___n_ ____. __ 11.8110 00I Notice la hereby II"'unh.t L.. C. Powell.I'urentwer .
tap fur a Rhort villit with 11ev. J. v.1 I .T ti. Vtard lirtiltrv ____. f I ....i. No. SI From Rohertn, lane on State of Tax, Certificate N... 107. dated the
Robinson nr.d, duugMer: :Miss! Helen spent Sunday here with Mr. and :Mr. Itnuil No. I U Hnmpton to SlrIe.jlrooke.,. ruad n.iu.l No. 11 by 0:. I. l-uicli, ) and K land n.J day of July A. U. 11)23 has filed said mrtificaur -
EVERY FK1IIAY>> P. A. Crosby. ly Ifiimplon liinch. Mao| cut off road E. Cr..w. Ire Crawford Itoad JB 400.00I I in my office and bus mail application
Robinson.Mrs. I I from Suite Itonil .No. U to road U I I olid No. .12 From ffnmpton-Keyatono HelithtaRiiiul fur Ux deed to issue in accordance with 'law.
George Harmon and childrenof Mr. Leo Hodges, of Aluchua, wasvisiting -. ---___________________ 116,000.00 through. near Marvin Green'a to frtild certificate embrace the following dcacribproperty -
SUHS.CKIPTION: KATE ', friends here Sunday In.I No. :1 or 4 Starting at State float. lit: Road No. 1" _____________--_. t3. 000 eel situated. In Uradford County flur-
Jacksonville accompanied by a party :' i In 8tarhe and running four miles! Went Road. No. .11' from Laws y City: Limit* hytiiy lila to-wltt
business -
h.r Year _ _ _ ___ $'. of friends motored to Lawtny Saturday -:I' !Mr. Rivers. of Alachua was n \ *>n tho road which ia not aduliLvu bt 110 \ of D,. Carndine'fl ._u__ tnonttO Three acre In Northeast corner of South.woeS *
State Itoad ,
.501I visitor hero Saturday evening Ihpartmcnl for Slate Road 1:' o,1 Nn. .34 Fmm Hnmpton South Ihrouah quarter of Southeast quarter bcinir 1 acre
I KO'-nir: / oat to Kingsley lake for No. 2H ____._________ .._____ ..16.000.00i Hampton. 1'ark to Alaehun County' linutl.60000 North and South by 8 Aorea East and Weat.
Si* Months ___________________ 1&cj the djy. I :Mrs. Fannie Knight and Ron, A. 1). I j jof I':i ill.m.l No. .Sinning In Utarke and runningnpproxinmtc __.___ __ ._ ___ _. _. ._.____ ,,,Iuo n, Townahlp 6 South: Uange 12 Kant
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I Tampa, spent Sunday! here with ly 4 milca,. out on the llelllirmin Ri'l' No. .15 From TherettHa treat on Li-e l.akeR.nel I Acre.
-- -- -- -- -- :Mi.s, Joyce Terry win slv"|>pin in SprlmiH. Itond ____n__ lia.Ouu.oo '.o Clay county line _. ..11.8011.011n,1 '
friends and I relatives. I I I The said land Ufteod at the date
Slarkp; Friday. 1 !It' ml No. teE> ; From Itailroad, In I.awWy: to Cloy Nn. an I.rom Stnrke-l.nke !Iliitler I..,.,! being
: : :Mr. and :Mrs. B. F. hEathen and son, 1 uf. the issuance of such certificate In the nameof
"ounly/ ii------------------ ..3.00.0011t"1 bv liiorgo Cones 10 IConS 5 thence north-
MrAileen Burke and, children are 1 R"lx-it, of Avon Park spent a few 1| No. lee Fmm Starko-Kniiiktr Round i If' i-rly In r..",' 4 __. t7.20U.mi, J. A. Jamlaon. UnIons said certificate hall
> deed will
leo rcilctrnvd according to law. tax
pending, n few days with her mother, SnmpKon. City _h__ u_ fll.imri.oo, ) ''a: n't '17 F-om Stale r>,.,1 No 11 Eant by/ .
: days of last week hero as guests of 1 iiliow.tiK i,,.,1. ... .b.. Urndi-d. to-wit I'lplting. Vet and YarlioroiiKh'ii' to Clay suu tiureon on the l&th U ay of March A.
-r Mr-. :',i. J. Sheitlin ut her homo in Mrs. D. W. Hazcn. : lOud No.. II Exit n.!on from. l>amon CronJl I County: line -_ _____ tO.400.uo, I>. 1028.Witnei.
I I ln.l by Mnrlon' Itoilduh place to Rond my official signature and seal thIs
Kant: l.awtcy. I No. :.1H l; From Angus HnllV plnce on
It. E. lla/.en of Waldo spent atur'II ... I II of A. U. 11128.
Sliirkv-ltiiifiird lUud. 1' 4 a5,4HU.OU/ Stnte Road. Ni, 1.north t to. Ilumpton- llth day February
I I Uohcrt anil! Paul Minkins and R. I>. !' here. with his parents, Mr. nndMrs. I i lit ..1 No. 21 From larko-Crom; : lOads Roa.Ia I II Hnmplon, Mench Road' ____ "..HOO.IIOI (5.W.ALLIERMANClerk .
(;ialli wen,* guests at the home "fI { by Frank Morunn to Road No. 0 *,nd No.. lIlt From StasIs llond No. I'I to RoudH Circuit' Court. Bradford
I I anal ; I G. W. Hazen. I I l:"u'n.ion _. ... __ _________ (Crawford ru.) ____ _.. .____ '11.000.0'1' SEAL County Florida.
Mr. Mrs. Charles Dinkins :Sun.' II. P. Gainey spent Friday, in Jacksonville uoad N... IS From btarku-llrooker Koail. to I Road No. 40 from Slnrke-l' .nko Hutlir road 1 1.--.1..I-I2 Uf C. A. KN1OHT D. C.

"lu:,.. I Donne' llrldge ------- --- 17,200.00 : .ill l Rond. ft Intc'muetion to New River
on business lUad N',. 17 rmm Siurkn.lnx, | ; llna.l |o .____._ .__ __ .2.800.00 ITOf..i
Sirs T. T. Dlackburn! was transactinif 111 DCHTOK AM CIEI>
i i Miss Josephine Cheaser spent Friday Now1"1'0 head by: Ci. W.I..n. a '!..n,1| No. 41 From SUitn' Rnad No. 11 eiut to NOTICE
4954 business in Starke, Friday.Mr. Saturday in Gainesville.Mr. --- _________ .h___ l)..oO.OO Itnad No. 10 near Richard, Alln....'* and
No. Hudson and daughter I end 'Unset. l No LiE from Itoalur !< National \ Henry : and, \Mrs. G. W. Hazen spent County
1Lighwa 1.inu-------------------
( Membership in tl.DOO.dO Roml No 43 Commenring at or near Tour- Uiratue dutr. butvv and all pirnona having
Asuueiuiion) I !Mix.. :Snjwaiil of Huston: :Mais., wrcitJt'ttK Pilday' in Gainesville.A. Konil. No. IS from New Idvur-Scout. hub rcn.lto rIta 1.10,.. at city' limila, and run weiitcrly t cliiinm *BuninHt, the relate of D. 1. Itlanchard.I .
I i HriMiker-hcouthole; road by W II Andrown. to It S. F.'lwnr< plnee. thence northerly, ,
'- .-..- --- -- of friends here last week.! A. Hazen of Gainesville, spent _. __.________ _________ t5,40UOI by M. J. Mcltao place to Road No. 3 I ilvci indeed anvi]'. to Into resent of Bradford their elulma county duly are authen.tireetod hereby.

The !>v-i argument/ fe'i 1' buililiirr" Mr. W. ii. Hurt of Hawthorne, wm I Sunday here with his mother Mrs. I Road No. ti From 1'owvll* Still north to Ii.- | -_---..-___...._____. .'..800.00I \ to the| unileralirned' within one year/
| nan Willnnnii'. ,i.lnc. then Kuat to Clay It../id :>1n. 41 Commi-neing nt a point near T. P.I f>.> StI'uhO.. notice will ho hrld 'n bar
more K"1', roiul ir to point out the I 11town Thursday. 1). W. Hazen. County. Line .. ._____. tC.400.00 I I Gaskin plnce on Rnad No. 11 thence anuth- i,10.I m uti ''i I nil I o..un. indebted to *aid VHtaui -
proirri'fK in';uli' -' IKC tin first !Mr. Wimlx-rlv. of Highland spentSundry :Messrs.' Richard, Henry and Georg Road No. U3 horn Vanderbilt School. to. Itond erly to Rnad No. 0. thtncc aouthirly, .". I are iciiulred to pay their saul debt to said
II'I I with friends. hero. funeral 5, near McKinm-y: Crunch ------ 16.40000 proximntely 1-J milo -------- tl.finnooTolnl d! ailniiniHtralrlx forthwith.
Was votoil. j Lewis. of Arcadia attended the Itund' No. 24 Prom ,
State Koad No. 13 wet I amount. on. Rruilcil Rnaila' Ill5.00n.00.
---9- I Kdward K'lwardi: : of Jacksonville, I of Mr. John Shriver hero Thursday through t'nderh' II settlement by I'rimitive, That the Raid, election. nlmll be governed In I'I Thl* 3rd day of t'.b.uar'1028..
I of bias. brother W. H. TM- I UuplUt church to Intcnect with load No. oIl" reiipecta. by the low for holding general MRS. B. I,. BLANCHARD
COnlrPMKIIIOn Green In requested tr i ii. n guest ; afternoon. 'i vxtenalon ........________?_ ILO.JOO.OO ,""ihetlon. except u to the qualification a* ".&.t-3-5.> Adminlatratria.I .
lend hm efforts to Improve a fomlitlon worth I Mr. Bonnie Shrlvcr. of Charleston,
friends of Mr. W. E. To. the funeral of his! ---- - -- -----
that allows fint clans north bound Tho many S. C., attended
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mnil to stay in the local pmttoffico roda a.'e delighted to nee him outagain II brother Mr. John Shriver here W- _ .. V"VV""'_ _ _

for twenty-two and ono-hclf hours before after having boon confined to Thursday afLcr.nrn.I .

n train will take it. If the Seaboard his home for the pant week. Mr. To- Death of John Shriver.

It let bun rode, had tho misfortune step on a I The death angel/ visited the home of
in unable to transport .
last week making painful and Mrs. John Shriver and took
linen have the bum I nail a wry Mr.
wound. away the beloved, husbard and father Farmers Attention !

-0- I Although\ Mr. Shriven had been In

Avery I'owell ball a Rood word to May Celeliratex Fourth Hirlhday. failing health for some time his death

about the Florida razorback now that :Miss Ariel Trudirt Dinkins
he halt n mahogany toppuii"
floors. up in tlx1 TimesUnionoffice. her Krandp.irrnti Mr. and Mrs. Chat.Dinkms. Thursday afternoon in Pedan ceme
A few yearn ago when they A large number of her lit- tery. He leaves to mourn his death .

shook his type east's around whet. the friends! (fathered to make merry his beloved wife, Mrs. John Shrive, I have in stock over 8,000 pounds of the following needs, the varieties -

tint their backs against the floor the occasion. Games were enjoyed after one daughter, Miss Marguerite : the buyers and shippers want. ti53

joint. of hiM Baker county office he which her mother Mrs. Paul Dirk- Shriver, one son Lewis Shriver b...

also paid, nix respects to them. I ins assIsted by Mrs. E. D. Galloway: sides other relatives ar.d a host or''

-0- nerved tempting refreshments. I warm friends

Spring HUM already arrived in Plant Brannen-Gainty. CORN BEANS
Ruth fioodfrllow Celebrates Tenth Mr. Raiford Brannen, of Lake Butler .
City. where lh,' farmers are nhippinxutrawhcrries
by the hundred. of Hirthday. I and Miss Ruby Carey: of th'' Truckers favorite (for shipping) Tennessee Green Pod
Last Wednesday afternoon about, united in the holy bond I ofmntiimony
and will to .
qunrtti.: fturke l.awtey
next on the strawberry and' thirty little girls were invited to the Friday afternoon at Lake pounds. Early Red Valentine

after those juicy, joyou program wnterniplutu home of Mrs. James K. Gnodfellow torelehrato I ft'The young coup'e have n host Snow Flake (for shipping.) Henderson's, Hush! Lima

the tenth birthday of her! of warm friends: who wi"h them .,11' Diamond Joe for
will conic in from Suwnnnre noel, the ( whipping) Want Stringless Green Pod.Stowell's .
lit'.lo daughter Ruth. Red and green in life.
udjoiintf counties. Continuous round of decorations were very effectively 'I success- Evergreen ( for shipping) 90 Day Velvet Hears
in Florida all\ twelve
good things StuartBids to be opened! for sewer -
used. : Red Cob White Dent ( field corn).
months In I the yenr.-Times-Union.
Much to the delight of the little folks work. Improved Golden Dent (field corn) PEAS

n fish pond was provided and I each little i NOTICE TO EIITOIM ANI CREDITORS
The Telegraph hen milled to its:
I (girl went fixhinir! then they! were -- -
staff Mr. It. F. Ward the county altent'who Notice .In h'r.I>, Rlvrn' : tdnt nil ero which
invited to visit tho
postoffice ".....I, '.. dlnlrlbiiU-o ..nol1\ prnon Imvlnitiliilmn
itsitle for
will edit papfe set wns presided over by :Miss Louise niinlnut tho vntntv' or J. <>, Cherry, : Sugar Crowder
the farmers and truckers of llriulfonl iliH-viUf'il.Int of. nr.ilfnril. rminly." sue h>T 'lV
Tim farmer in Brad Howe. Upon calling\ for their mail ....,"1..1 to pr.... eounty. each received, n beautiful valentine it: .. tn the rnnnty jiiilire of IfrmlfuH county. -
ford county, is nn important !WrRnn- Klorldn.' within one y,>nr from dteor, Rose No. 1. Rlack Crowder
a favor. 'this nntitu will he hi ace, the towns are dependent on him Home made cako and orange )banket\; |M.niiinH InilfhtpH tn miM. mini' arc ,.fiur! .flIn

suit Mr. Ward, will do bin level beat : filled with ambrosia. served.The I nay thor ail ilrhl" forthwith.Thin .
wore llth liny of Ftbrunry. A. f>. 112(1.
to them till' makes food.rnnvresKmiin .
sue : (
showered EIM'EKSCW
I little hostess was! I W. J.

-- with many dainty 1 presents. I Rhi'rlff. nil mlminlnlraUir' of tho 3 to 5 Varieties of the following:
1{. A. Green who advocates 2U'lltl ralnti. of J. C. Cherry di-cianril.
:Mrs. R. S. Hinnan arwUtcd :Mrs.

u separate ilvparlment of uvi...- Goodfellow in eiitertainipir, tho children. 1 NOTICE: OF RUARDIAV HALE Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Cuciim her, Tomatoes! Okra, Pepper, etc.

tion <.ulnr.1.I.d! l ( ol. William \Mitchell i .

in a ftni'i-rh 'before roiinrt'ioi." In hit I 1'1....... III hasty given that on. tt iso IRthI.Vuf
speech, ho mUmily nominated';' Colonel! March. A. I'. IVJd. I. th* unilrrslirnvdutlarflinn
I HAMPTON: (..r Marlon. lOins: Jonva Minor, will
Mitchell\ .. be at tne bead if. such n |I npply, to the Honorable fleorne A. (nrtlincr..
department if treiitod.' If our entire County JuilKe. of llrailforil, County. Florltln. nth More shipments of seed to arrive, including a large shipment of
Hampton, Feb. 12-Mrs. J. Irvin ,. office In Htnrko. Brntlfort) ,county Horliln.
army .nnd, navy officers' were builtof Steel of I'onnsylvianu! here this for i an ordtr dt'n: avll at pri\alv' 0alti, all 1 the North Carolina peanuts. Can save ) ou money and give you immediate .
riitht. tlllo ,'r Mt of Maid' minor. In that
t the Maine metal ass i i. ( ,,'IIIII.ll\Jih'h.
week representing the Society of ci>rtiiln of land lylnir' and tirlnif Inllrnilfonf delivery from stock. See mo.
ell t there would,! be no need of inve-.ti. America. She will !go from here! to :: ..I'I Florliln.: iicil an fnllovra i :
T >> Ntirthw quarter of Houthra quartir
trillions packed/ I rotirtninrtinN.Snninierfeld .-
Waldo where ache will work with the
.f SiTlii-n' Nlnnm-n lloi.! Tnwn>hu> Seven
; Chronicle. Woman's Club on a fifty percent '71. Mouth linnge Twenty-two ((22)) t.t.SIIhl .
i Intcri-Ht l ..lnK vested In aaiil ,minor aa
ImsN.Mr.. > an hnir," of. !Mnry I.. Nickplft., di We respectfully, call/ to the attention/ minnr'a, mol h... Florence Jnnca.
: :Mrs. Charles of
of the street committee tho condition and Glover J. V. JONES. R. R. THEDE
Pike Station, New Hampshire, are L'-U-Gt-a-ll I Gll r"O for Marlon JOins
of streets east of Cherry street after,
Jonm minor.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. r'ranck, C.a
n rainy nenHon. During the lust few C
weeks the conditions, existing In some. I I NOTICE LAWTEY FLORIDA

of the streets would! disgrace a bnckwoods Th(> Hampton chamber of commerce! I I In the Circuit Court: ..(: the Klulith: ..luillclulCircuit ,

settlement.\; There arc no sidewalks has recommended to the city council of Florida., In Chaneery.
that the timo had arrived when they Seers R. Sweat.
streets are mud hole! connected Complainant..
I cccameiahturetl' that tho pigs! : by ruts six inches ili-ep, and
n C Helbemer ct .I.)
to the
roam on city streets
travel by foot or car ii next to ItupOHPBlble. ; IVfenitanuTim
The irrmlinK work' now should be confined., The council Is eomiilnmunt. Rnra 13 Swat having.
now biking same under ron"i<1trlltion. CII*(I her Sworn b'll' of. eunuilnlnt' fnthia eaUBSanil I
being done should' lu, exti-nilnl, to take havlnir di-tnnndf-tl thin order and' otherwisecniIii'eI ----- -- -
in these streets. Mrs. Lizzie E. Harris formerly of \ with tho law. It ia OKDKItEU. thnt

-0- Silver Lane Conn., has purchased the lice l.ertIs: oluiminic. IntermUi.; 'If any. :in th.Iiorsy I
hereinafter draeribed. namely
A few about this home property of Rev. E. S. Taylor J. Chnrlea ",,10..1 l Knmut-l, ITiirrin., Charlca I
years ago season -
on Church street. I t: Wymun. '. W. Hachelt, aa canhler ofHrattford i
: oun';
of the Bradford farmers .
year county Hank' : Annia l.awrrnev Sophia
were! selling their in bar- :Miss Gertrude Alltrood spent the ii.! Seeunl'ra' ,n,5 Matti McFaah ala' ,,
syrup week-end with her friend Jewell Watson known as Muttiu Mnckfiuhion., If llvlnw and If I
nls-for 35; to Tin cents A'all..nwlll'nn .. ...
n dead thulr renpectivahein, oI. t vranteeaor
af Wa1 l0. She and her friend
buyer could 1 befound.. Now ourfarmers < other elalmanU under them ; tho Thurbur GUARANTEED ATTRACTIONAt
attended\ marshmellow party fit Whylnnil' Company. a eorpornt Ion. lea tranHferr .
; are putting their I'rmluIII'\; the home of liuulah Schillings last .-a or ...hrn... : anil all other. pvraolu.
In labeled' company or compnnlea.' who may hav. or
neatly cans loading up the I Kriday evening, which \YIquite in risi, ,.. nn ailvvrno eatnta or InterrBt in or tnthn The GAIETY THEATRE Wed. Feb. 17
family Lizzie and the cities .
heading for enjuvablo occasion. aald property whether their names L..
!>flown or n..l. ami each of them
where they ft 1lIIurh' for < i ,
The Hotel that hat. recentl.v
'I1l'1 Hampton \re henby rmulnMl. ti<> nppfar" to this hilt
quart an they did in the old! days for been purchased by Arthur I. (;Gould\ i.r eomplalnt. on. Monday. thn 5th lny, of April.
a gallon. (;iooil rinds, mado this 1'0.- x 1 II. t'JJ6. anil iinlexH each of. you apitpar Oil ___ 1 __w.rsrrriL.413. _
under tho able _
a yrosperinu nicely niil dny. the some being a rule d.,. a decree = c ;:-
Hble. i management of :SIr anti :Mrs. John pro c.infeii.o uill. Im entered naainnt you aniltho
cause will proceed pnrt..
-0'rimeaUlon.Eveai- Sli'ol although it is erenvied to the > Thn property' herein rvforroil to ansi Involved .
the Florida. razorback :-1 limit the accommodations are excel- In thiH sit la loyally: knnwn and il..

hog is prn:
was 1time and not so long "in,""II '. Arrangements are beingI.inned :Section; 4. Townnhip' ; South: Rang 32 I The
.:..t. In Hradford County Florida.nd VULTURE
ago when the razorback was a to enlarge the building that > It I. further UUIlKRb: hot (hit orjcrha

butt of wit and sarcasm but that da/ noro may be accommodated. ptibhaheil nnee a week for eIght Consecutive

seems to have/ panned. S. J. Futch, of PocW.. B. Hicks of Waldo will i weeks>t>itiier In the iMiblmhcil. llradford at Slnrkc.County Hrailfurd Teli-Kraph county. anew

Lawtey, farmer, who claims there is isis' regular appointment at the Florida.In .

something Rood in everything, raises: First Papt church of Hnmpton next I witnwn whereof I have hereunto set my

plain, everyday, garden variety of Sunday !.>,.. t !th. !: "f hand Urn.font and( nfliccl. County the neal Mor'dm of the on Circuit Ida tha Court"thilay ;: .w.. ;;. ---" r .:; ='... 1. '

butchered 1 two of them business of February. A. D., 102t.O. I
hoes. Ho recently Misi, IallIitdwll! was u .. -- '- "- -- -
W ALDFItMISRt. \>f --- '-'-- = -
for home UI I' and from then visitor to St. ko last Saturday. .> Clerk Circuit Court.

. obtained C9>: pound of meat, ono K. :M. Johnson, of Jennings, but '"<'';l'yl Dra,lfor.l Cnunly. : rlnriila

producing! 372 and the other 357: 'ormerly of our city has recently been ]I, K: C. MSYS..liettor for Complainant' 2i 2.Rt.4.2 A MYSTERY PLOT IN FOUR ACTS IJY HOME TALENT. UNDER PERSONAL -

pounds and in ad.lition he made two a visitor. here. I DIRECTION OF ROBERT F. DEMOREST-ENTIRE PUo.

and, one-half cans of lard reports tho :Mrs. J. R. Colle)" Witdwood, is I :NOTICR OP IIOMI M.ECTION
Holmes County Advertiser. spending this week with her parents! llnby notice b giv.nthat by virtue of authority ... .. .
; w -
n :Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Houscr. I ceased In the Board of Bond Trualeeaof !:',a:. __ _... 'JET"jra.. *-*-- .J.I"'
:Mrs. S. :M. Simmons returned, Hradford County. Florida. under a special
LAWTEY apt of the leiiilature of the Stale. of Florida' .
her home at Sparr last Saturday aftera taMMtil[ at the extra-ordinary aenainn of the : Prices : Children 35c Adults 75c

Lawtey Ffb.! 12.-C. Y. Mayo wasa visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lililnlatur. of Florida 1 In November, A. D.
Ices.l election. ..
an f the
qualified elector who
visitor at the home of Mr. and :Mrs.J. "'. B. Hunt. aro freeholder in saleS county .ia hereby called

H. Moore for the weekend.A. Mrs. U. H. Ix>flin, of Jacksonville\ to .be held throuuhnut th. aaul, Hrailfonl. county. .; __
State of Florida' Tueedar. the L 1
on Kth -- -
day "
C. Pearce nail A. J. Howe were was the /guest of her mother, Mrs.' G. of March. A. D. 1926 to determine whether

in Starko Monday. V Knight this week. or not Bradford Coun.,.. Florida shall I.....

P. F. Stump was transacting busi- P. E. Griffin who has been visiting I Thoiwaml bomb. In the Dollar mm.. for of Four hard aurfaclnf.Hundreil Fifty Improving THERE WILL HE NO EXCUSE FOR YOUR ARSENCE BUY YOUR

neue here this week. hH uncle J. 1!. Saxon for several and seatIng the publla roaib of said TICKETS NOW.
by his has left for his home in Pompa- County hereinafter more specIfically let
B. E. Bunrey accompanied days forth saul bond t4> be In denomination. of
mother Mrs. II. R. Sapp were visitorsin one thniuaail dollar each, .bearing Intereat not
no.W. business visitorto to exceed el* per sent per annum payableimlanntially.
Tuesday.Mr. B. Hicks wns a
Jacksonville and to be dated the first day. of
and Mrs. Ralph Blunchard were Gainesvilo this week. July. or January of the year sold. and to mature
business visitor to In not more than thirty year from date
C. flirt
A. a
in Jacksonville! this week. was of Uauanee. and to be .bailed. In ...1.. and to
Mr. and Mrn.! J. B. Dye and little Gainesville this week. be a Hen on all taxable property In laid Brad