Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 11, 1925
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. = = -Subscription' ; Six Months. 75c.-Payable 'in Advance. :---o- E. S. Matthews, Owner. I.

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'Seaboard Has Bad REPRESENTED AT SECTIONAL MEMORIAL COIN: Congressman Green : J '

One Memorial Coin; Brings $1.2X0: ( At
Starke Woman's Clubwa: a represented Public Auction I

at the sectional) meeting in Green Tallahassee Pec. 7.-Lake Butler Takes Seat
Wreck Friday Cove Springs Saturday December 5, Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial I Congress

by the club president Mrs. J. II. Ritch coin, number fifty-nine brought $1,250
appointed as delegate Mrs. T. J. Alderman at a public auction. Governor John I .
and Mrs R. F. Demorest ami advised N, K.: -
'> W. Martin was today bv I New Representative, Gi Four Committee
f Engine and Four Cars Ditched; Ca. (I I and Mrs. Julian Peek. Roberts Mayor in charge of the sale I lllfill\\A\I OPEN=" FOIt'i'ItAFFII ; l >en
", I KEYSTONE:' HEIGHTS SECTION of meet- DETOURS; CLOSED: : AMxijinmenlM. ; Writes HU
booae Reduced to Kindling 1| The morning session the there. The com was purchased by |
[ A RAPIDLY GROWING:' ONE: -- 1 tree ol "' ''MKiUlI.l'ullltl'eHMllali .
I j ing, was devoted to reports from all Jesse Johnson tax collector of Union .
ne Of the most disastrous wrecks the federated clubs of the six counties, Mayor; Roberts stated Lake K.poted nu further Uork Willid :
has suffered in this sec- Tourist School Planned to Add to List county Done nit Surfacing I'nlil First or.IIf.. i(. <\. iirucn, of Starke,
he Seaboard Ii |
1 of Modern Structures Already Duval Nassau Bradford:! Union Baker Butler expected to go over the top In :
\\ no took his seat in the! national Iliima
,i ion occurred early Friday morning and Clay svhicji make section short timeG.11NESV11.I.E
ben a fast southbound freight crash- ;( Completed. a ---....-- Work of 1 putting the rock bane on (01 ifpiuKuiiiHtivus! when the sixty.
the stretch of road between .
Five.At Highland i luntii timer' Mini
Jd into the rear end of a freight train'tending ;,i The Keystone Heights section, a one o'clock a luncheon was held =" : ;MAN:' II'I1SI'ROI'EIfFY anti Maxville has been stopped 11111,1', longrem not way

in the yard at Hampttm, de-1 I I \few years ago just one of the many I In the':> .. us after which the 1 IN="1 S'f"ltK after the holiday! it wax reported dui tor ,leiturdnitf wraox tha'Lulegtmph this a snort well lot-
faolishing the baggage car used as a ,natural beauty spots of this section! meeting was called to order. .e..oll. as aa .
I eilneaduy. Shortage of ruck
'ba... \\omlbridne Make Isle: ,, WIIH what tno people Washington think
aboose and ditihmg the engine and of Flu'ida, a region of hills and lakes Mrs. Frank Jennings, State Chairman It'ivllal' the cause. Very little wirtk : ;
Investments i N' 'IUlIIIU. lUDliIl'lI..smun lIl'een *I"
sire Here.
four The cab was unoccupied at ,
cars. untouched by human hands is today of International Relations gavo has been done during the pant three the -
oiio 01 mel tilt
he time and the e engine crew jumped o. e of the most rapidly growing see u shet talk on her work. She announced The main realty deal of the past I weeks from shortage of rock and pUI.t'of I IIOUHV, only one otter 1I1elU."a'II"'I"m
and escaped serious injury before the turns of the state. Today it is tile that !Mrs Percy B. Penny-1, saving/
I|i week was the sale. through r. G. llol- the machinery being out ul'o'mu- u smaller number ot years to his creinl. -
rains met Two uf the wrecked cars ,site of a modern little city with structures backer who has just returned froman
I I' (hnCl ere loaded with automobiles while, i fc*' both business and residence extended stay in Europe, will speak ,
I I' southeast of Sturke, the Miner store : hud finally been made to 'J uai uiiclosinv client to
refrigerator? car loaded with fresh 1 I purposes that would be credit to I Ii In several cities of Florida in Febt'' my apply
a t building, the car barn next to theGaiety give Contractor Whitney a shipment i tor subscription, to 1 like
}meats and dairy products had one end i ,any city, regardless of size, ruary and 1Ilr!!. Jennings' urged all Theatre, and the old 1 Commercial of rock each day announcement wits u Hliuru tile t'ltwaiiras' your unu\paper. of
completely wrecked. A number of | Situated on two lakes. Luke Gl.nevnI who could, to hour this personable Hotel Building east of the railway made no further attempt to close the my loiinty, and fuel
other care were derailed. Wrecking |land, Lake Brooklyn, the slopes being woman talk cjn international friend- your paper u
,t crews cleared the tracks lute Friday (covered l with growth of beautiful trees ship. e
Mr. Wood- "
ville. It is reported that
this to be
,, unusual
afternoon, and the first passenger it has enjoyed a growth almost phe- The new speaker was Mrs. \V. F. |bridge contemplates several additional Truffle now uses the grade the entire BCMbloti expect a very

{train of the day pnast'd through I nominal partly from the natural I II Blackman our beloved president! of purchases here. distance, the detour signs ac- in that
Starke about 6 o'clock. I beauty of its site and from its location the Florida Federated Woman's Clubs. ----.--- cording' to report, having been ,moved can .
fvu un air excitement and .
', Short work was made by the Sea- on the Southern Railway and what She gave a summary of tho past'' <('0. "G" HOLDS ANNUAL:' :'; H.\:NQUK1 .;- lost I week and the highway cleared! of the uncerUtini
board wrecker in clearing the trackf j will be when completed the heaviest ;year's work of the clubs throughout I iiiuonu iit'publicud rank
the cars and smaller wreckage but traveled highway in the state. New
peaty fifteen hours were required to I, avenues are being opened and graded I Ii that the education departments had Co. "G", 12i" Inf., held I its annual .\. ANDKK1\3: TALKS stein quite calm a|
[place the engine back on the rails. The i around Lake Geneva, and the expenditure !- done such us cooperation with school I bunqi'ct hart Monday night at Wil. ON:' KOU SITUATION rankly, 1 b"l.evllJle trJud! I*

engine was the largest type l locomo-i for improvments in 1920 include I boards supplementary low salaries I hams Cafe, the event being attended' and lo\surd till Democratic aiiio just now.,

tive used by the Seaboard in the state many other projects to add to the of teachers, beautifying school grounds I by prominent military men, membersof A. D.I Andrews, of Haifoid, wan u they are freely predicting. victory tt
|and the combined power of both the desirability of Keystone Heights as a i and, interior of school buildings estabhshing i the local company and several of visitor to Slaiko Wednesday and u in I'.IJu:! as well us u Dcniuliutic prest-

i Florida East Coast and Seaboard home for the winter or year-around f libraries and study, courses i our citizens The banquet wan an enJoyable 1 pleasant caller at the! Telegraph of. dent" m iuas./ _
[wreckers were used to right the mo- residence. Also, Mrs. Blackman stressed the' one, :Mr.\ Williams nerving the j flee. Speaking of the road situation 1 am disappointed over the estate

gul. Headquarters have been opened in work done by the health, civic legis Ill. i assemblage in the way that has made 'in Union county Mr. Andrews elated tux situation 1 fear that the provision
__S Jacksonville for the sale of lots in 1 tlon and music departments. This 1 place f.inMim. 'that the hoard of bond trustees was of tile lull, deducting HO per cent lc

MISS ALLIE FLOICEf the new subdivision recently placedon Short talks by the heads of the I PreceilinK the banquet inspection of 'orgunued Monday, and he feeU sure estate lax paid In states from tin 'Vii.

the market and the following article i state departments followed, after 'the company' wan held in the armory. the board will push the road work tate tux paid, the Vovernmeiit will be
:Miss Allie Floreus 39, died at River is taken from the Florida Time which the meeting adjourned. Everyone Itogular: army officers present were: forward an fust a.* possible One of 'udopletl.) Ihis' if adopted, will praotiLully -

Junction yesterday morning after a Union: in attendance felt greatly In. i' Col. M. W. halls\ InC ( P. O. L.. :Major 'the bond issues has been ululated and nullity Florida M. nu estate tux

brief illness. Miss Floreus was a native Keystone Heights/ between Lake Ge-i spired from the meeting and all hope ,' W G Junes, Inf. ((1) O. Iand) Sergeant it is likely that all or part of the issue 'coimtitutional amendment. 1 shall di .

of Starke and for several years neva and Lake Brooklyn in the Ridge to make this a year in which all departments Mitchell (CD. E:. :M. L. ) will be sold.! at an early date aiul all in my powvr to protect our state
had made her home at Lakeland. I work started on the graded and hard In this muniier.Interested.
section of Flo Ida, about fifty-six and committees may do
Surviving her are her mother Mrs. miles from Jacksonville and describedas exceedingly effective work. surfaced, roads. as provided in the call in Florid

Andrew Bloreui a ,sister Miss Louise being "on the top of the ridge" hIts Florida University for election "I am hooked and, jammed on every
Floreua of Lakeland, and
a been opened for development at 15 Mr Andrew. ia heartily in favor! corner with Inquiries about our great
Karl A. Floreus of Jacksonville. Tho West Aadams street. Starke Student At i luF selling the bonds and starting tho stale of Florida., My answer to theta

body will arrive in Jacksonville this The entire property is covered with To road work, and he believes the entire is that Florida Is peerless' in every
morning and will be taken to the chap Students Help '
board taken. the ,
Funeral full grown oaks and pines and hall a ,I same view j suspect and that our fair and war-- '
el of Moulton and Kyle. arrangements -
combined shore line on the two lakes, 'I Sentiment for the improved roar, rallt..llI'rowth. develii>ment and pros.'perlty .
will be announced later. t
Times-Union Dec. 8th. I which are only a mile apart at this Drake University Mail'With was shown at the lust bond c-loition' !, will bo perpetual. 1 find nun/
point of over forty miles. In support With Xmas when another bond, issue of $tilH)0) ( ) i of them, In fact about "U lutighinij?,

B. L. BLANCIIARU=" of their statement that Keystone I was voted by a good majority, giving and jesting at the unfuvoiublo publicity
Heights is on the top of the ridge the Des Monies Iowa, Dec. !!.-Among when another! bond issue! of 1(10,000: ( that eel taan publications have

Butler Lincoln Blanchard:! son of t developers refer to the drainage of students from 29 states and five foreign the selection yesterday of sev building Improved roads.MHS. been currying about Flopidu. They

James and :Melissa Blanihurd was the two lakes, Lake Geneva draining countries enrolled at Drake Uni- enty-five men mostly. students of the .. seem to take it very lightly and In*
burn in Woodstock, Vermont October into the Atlantic Ocean and Lake versity here this year is Mr. A. Paul University of I
12, 1803 and died In Luwtey Florida Brooklyn Into the Gulf of Mexico. Lotsin Uauj'.herty:: of Starke, Florida. who are working their way through Mrs. Elizabeth: Khofiler agauiHt/ our state, it is rebounding. anti,
December 7, 1925: aged 62 years, one Keystone Heights hrvo' a differencein Ncx, to Iowa the State of Missouri school, Herbert 1C. Ross postmaster. of Hobl.rts.wire giving Florida sympathy and! favor|
month and twenty-five days. elevation between boundary lines of has more. students enrolled in Drake announced that his plans to handle the (iiahain harlea Brimmn Roberts, of the splendid newspaper men of Florida
:Mr\ Blanchard came to Florida and an average of five feet. this year tl'an any other coin'uun- Christmas mail rush have been com- paaaed to) the great beyondFriday I who have heretofore 1'$10 su much
Nov :-21/ 1925 at her home in
resided for a short time at Kingsley Keystone Heights already has according wealt: TI.e five foreign countries pleted. Graham. 'fur its growth have almost completelyeountoracted
Lake then worked in the printing office to the announcement waterworks having students here ore Africa I The men will be assigned to the these. unfavorable publJ.lUtH .
China, the: Phillipines and delivery and clerical departments. Although she had been in bud, health .
in Starke, finally locating in electric plant accrediuted high; for .IH.
Korea The I'hilhpines with so/on They will report for duty on December sometime and hud, Buffered a'
Lawtey. school hotel, community church jrov- ; "lliuse who have not yet bun to
He' united with Grace Methodist i ernmment post office, rilroad station students, lead the other foreign nations i !obtaining: leave from the universitythe stroke shock of pralysia atll her death. came' 1'loildu are either \pluiming to go or
all to her friend
u She wan
Episcopal church January 10, 1913, picture show, dancing and bathing pavilion in rcpimentation.! I InEAI.TY'fIIANSnmS day before. They will he employed born March U, 1876 many at Sanderson Flu, wishing to go. They often boast of
was nactive in the work and interestedin chamber of commerce city until after the Christmas rush. and having a relative or friend who has
.-- y- wa daughter of Mr and IoI rll.
the Sunday school.serving as sec., council and a very active woman's It. N. Howling. already gone and! tell glowing reports
and treasurer for several club. The townsito contains. miles of they are sending thorn from Florid
retary years. J. L. Harvey and wife to J. F. Call MAKE CANE PUMICE: Mrs. Rijierts' united) with the ("hrix-
He wan united in marriage with i wide streets and concrete sidewalks ill.-310 acres 10-0.22; 80 acres 11-5- Lien church several and The situation is pleasing to me,
Miss Ella Joyner June 19, 1903. To> "Keystone Heights is n sportman's 22; 10 acres 14-5-22; 110 acres 14-5-22; u faithful member until her ,death. "If at any time I can serve yyu or

this union was born four children. paradise," declares A. F. Hambly, nfi 215 acres 10.5.22; 205 acres 17-5-22; Use in Manufacture of Wall Board Is> She was united in wedlock to Chas.' my county please. bo kind. enough, to

j But. two remain to monirn the loss!i the development organization. "The 230 acres 18-5-22; 80 acres 1D-5-22; Exceedingly Important. Ilrinson Roberta January 11, 1H91 let me know; that is what I am here

o .J father. Mrs. Della McCormick two lakes are teeming with game fish 205: acres 20-5-22: and to this union wall born two for. With kind personal regards, 1
- and Helen. lie leaves besides! the two and the woods around the property E. M. Johns as special master to Tallahassee .'Ia., Dec. 3.-Jerry namely Roy Roberta, nf Gainesville"na.,' am

daughters} his wife And fogy brothers, abound with small game. Fighting Lena M. Hjssett -Tract 21-0-22. W. Carter hotel commissioner, was and Permun J. Roberta of Burtow. Very sincerely I iIL. ,

Wilbur of Barhstable, ,Mesa.; Wil- big-mouth bass up to fourteen pounds I. N. Calile and wife to J. IL Law- .'awaiting an answer tonight to mus- She was noted for her sweet A. Green".
liam in Sara ta. Fla.; Ralph E. of alive been taken from the lakes and renco-4 acre 13-8-22. ':sages sent to members of the commis- and has. friend personality -
Fort Pierce and Alanson M, of Law. quail and wild ducks are plentiful."A II. B. King and wife to G. M. In. 1 I Ision's board of architect regarding who will miss. her, although many she In, Placed on House Committees

teyi- land of comfortable homes isI man-30 acres 33-6-22. :.: the use of cane pumice in construc- throughout this county and elsewheregone Washington Due 7,-Florida's new

the funeral and burial was held I our picture of Keystone Heights, Kate Livingston et als. to R. F. Clark tion in the state, which he said, would her influence will live In the, representative, R. A. Green itf the

Wednesday morning in the cemetery where the man of moderate means'_,-Lots 5, 8, 7, 8, 9, Blk. 16 in L. T. and ;}'I' mean an asset of thousands of dollars hearts of those who are left behlt d. second congressional district, was glv.
artMelrose. can build any kint tf home he desires Co's. add. 'Ito, Florida farmers and relieve the I' She was laid to rest In Mount; ''en four house committee assignments/

L ':and be freed from the hollow conventionalities '11'. B. Hull and wile to R F. Clark- lumber situation in south Florida Zion cemetery, Saturday afternoon, as follows: Alcoholic liquor traffic,

\, CARD OF THANKSWe that life in a city places; Lots 5 to 0 incuslve Blk. 16 L. T. and Mr. Carter, in his message to the November 28th. Rev John Mullady coinage weights' and. measures. ex.

' wish to-express our thanks I upon him. The lots vary from the con- Co's. add. i board of architects stated that wall df Jacksonville conducting the .servicesat penditure in the department of agnrul./

, and f gratitude to our many friends ventional. dwelling cite to waterfront W. II. Edwards., Sr. and wife to W'I,board manufactured from cane pumice the grave. DeWItt C. Jones. undertaker lure and railways and canals.
estates averaging a half acre in size. M. Parke-40 13620. for in of wooden
acres use place ceiling .
forltheir many kindneses shown us of Starke was In charge of the'I, --- ,
daring the long illness and death of "In addition to the nu.iy advantages Henry Clark and wife to W. II. Edwards sheeting and weather boarding is to funeral. I j, The Board of County Commissioners
I 10 I and attraction which are al. --40 acres 13620. become a profitable Florida industry, ''of
ourl beloved wife and mother. Es.peclally The floral offerings were beautiful ,, Bradford County Florida met In
do we thank Dr. W. II. Thomas ready possessed by Keystone Heightswe W. M. Parker and wife to BenjaminF. creating a market for what ia now and of the choicest flowers. regular session Monday, IJocrtnber 7,

of/Jacksonville' for his untiring ef-I I'I are planning an 18-hole golf course Renfroe-40 acres 13620. 'worthies refuse from the countless She leaves' to mourn her: a husband I I 1U2A! with the following members]
her back a country club, a yacht basin a tourist J. B. Renfroe et sis., to C. E. Ren lumber of syrup and sugar mills C. B. of Graham present J. M.
forte to restore to her wanted -hotel Roberta ; two sons, I : Brownies, chairman, I..
health. We also thank our friends for[ children, and a tourist school. In which froe-;20! acres 13-6-20; 40 acres 136. hroughout the state. It"., Roberts of Gainesville; I'ermnnJ. H. Hill, J. L. Jnderhill, and, U. W.
the beautiful floral offerings. 'I of parents wintering. in Florida 20. | The commissioner declared that it Roberta, of Bartow; a father R. I Hinson. .

C. B. Roberta I|! may continue" their studies with. S. R. Johns, Jr., and B. Z. Johns to was the board's duty to do every- N. Howling of Starke; one brother E. Minutes of last meeting read and Ill'.

Roy Roberts : out interruption. J. L. Johns, Jr.-20 acres 12-6-20. i hing consistent with safe construction J, D wlipg of Stark*, four sisters, proved.
Perman J. Roberts.I From the Jacksonville headquarter J. L. Johns and wife to William to foster the use of such a Florida Mm Annie Johns, of Jacksonville Upon motion and second, the ruin
I' private closed cars leave every day 1Ilge--20 acres 12620. J roduct. !Mrs Juanita Dyal of Brnoker; Mrs. 0f J. G. William ordered stricken
HE? STARNES TO AUBURNDALE for Keystone Heights returning to i J. Allen and wife to J. V. Jonei2 -. If can pumice i Is used In construc- Minnie Nuttall of Pompano arid from pall n roll having received
Jacksonville in) the afternoon of the 1.10 acres 30722. I Ion work in Florida, Mr. Carter said, Ma Mrs.I '
"L A| the annual conference held in Or. Latham of Starke stale pension ui Confederate soldier.
Undo, closing last londay. Rev. C. F. (1 I same day. John L. Harvey and wife to A. R. yrup will really become nothing more Those attending! the funeral from I Th- Bradford County (Hunk and

Sternes, whd has served the Starke ,, Ladies from the Starke Club atI Snyder-20 acres 20-5-22. han a bl-product of sugar cane, with 'iher places were: Mrs\ W. If. Thomas Bank lit Starke Stsrfce, Florida! werediMignsted
:I H. W Harvey and wife to A. A. 1 he real worth of the latter produc- and .' .. .
Methodist: church. Rev. Starnes will tending the meeting of Section Five \' Mrs. Rice Leland and Edna P as county: depositories for
seientiounly during the past two years, Florida Federation of Women's Clubs Duden and J. H. Saxon-6 acres 80. : ion being realized in the manufacturef al IJ of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs Kay litloiipty f_nib for' the year 1026.u ,

w.transferred to the Auburndale at Green Cove Springs last Saturday, 722. I wood. Roberts of Tampa; Mrs. Era: Wt..F, T,1! b "id) 1 II 1 red at 3000.00 each. v
Methodist churrch. Rev. Starnes will D"... 5th were: "'Ira. J. L. Peek, Mrs. William Hodges and wife to L. L. Cane pumice has been manufactur- and Mrs. O. J. Abernathy, of Lake. The f'liljvring' report received anti

lea.l .!>for his new charge during the J, H. Ritch Mrs T. J. Alderman, and Johns-20 acre 12620. d in Louisana for some time, the land ordered filed: T. B. Johns, jail In"pciUir -
coming week. Mrs.: Robert F. Demorest H. L. Johns and wife to L. L. Johns20 ommissioner said, but its value Is i County Judge and Justice of 1

4 Rev, J. L Hunter will serve the Lake acres 12620. wit now becoming felt in Florida, be-I''! SERVICES \JTOV ,'..Ace. District No. 7.
Batter Methodist church. :M. C. Stith left the latter part of Irving Wershaw to Florida Land ause of a lack of plant with I I Ii The Bradford County Telegraph

_-.- ; last week for West Florida where he Sales Corporation-Lot* 10-11, Blk 27i i o manufacture It. A factory I Is now There will be preaching services In designated us. the paper in which the
'North Carolina la entirely free of Is conducting Y. M. C. A. work. Mrs.\ in Hampton Park. I icing established just loutf of Lake the Saxton church next Sunday, fee. General Laws of the Special Session,

cattto'ticks, having recently been re- !Stith'; I I. a very energetic worker, and O. S. Shade and wife to A. J. Griffis )keechoi! ,_Mr._Carter_ _.,stated__ ? |, 13 at 3 i). m J.V. hjnnnn of I.Rw-1, Session/ of Leuiclnfuro, should be pub
feMat from quarantine. Other states We are sure much good will be accomplished -1-2 interest in 40 acre 10722. -- I tey wiil_preach. I I II lished.
fwinerly infested and now free of In this work he is under. Minnie Norman to A. J. Griff! and Lake City-Florida yesterday sent)!I '' The matter of havlnj- boards
this pest are California Georgia Mis-\ taking. The Y. M. C. A. Conference :ha.. E. Sheldon-Tract 2722. a state champion to Chicago In the ::1..._ removed from highway was sign taken

sO ri Kentucky and Tennessee. will be held in Madison December 11- person of Miss Thelma Goodbrcud a Growers' Association will ,, no action at this meeting. Up'but
14, and Mr. Stith will be joined there CARD OF THANKS i student of the local h'g'i! sthwl and meet at the Court House, Saturday There being no further business
1". Dunnellon Troth Is. very by the following from 'winner of the Florida Agricultural: da.partment's December 2 ,
young men We wiah to express our sincere 12th at p. m. the Board adjourned until next regular .
excellent; newspaper, yet Mr. Harold Starke Owen Griffin Jas. William canning cluh contest. The .
for the beautiful floral offer- mnctlng which will h.. held first
,iKeatalhas, a very poor opinion of Its Brownlee Joseph Thomas and Cecil National championship will be decided I) You should attend church more of.
naauXOcala ng* sent by our friends during our sad Monday In January 1 1926.)
Banner. If Keats will Whitehead of Lawtey. I bereavement. tin the wiidy city Saturday\ when the | I'n. The sermon will be, "An evening .
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lie about the Truth a. much. he baa ( prize: winners of each state will meet with favorite hymns."
', beqt'jnorida] well soon have to In- Orlando-Main Street between East J. F. Kick liter, and boys. with officials of the United State Harriet-I'd be glad to, but I bare West Palm Beach-First postal

r,'stall a perfecting press to care for our Church and Jackson Streets, will bed j Crystal River-Crystal Hirer Mirrornew Department of Agriculture for the ria.,a date with my own favorite him tonight. substationwill South Palm Beach,be e.Ublish 4f In

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0 O FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL i!I! plant. C. A. building.
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ti Bradford High I e e e .1 I Tampa-$750,000 East causeway being,j!I I New Port Richey-Western LOll,,,
constructed across Hillsbrough
Davenport-City votes to install II Telephone Co., and Peninsular r"r "t
1'lt.i: white way lighting system. I i iKisslmmee |i I Bay from Tampa.- phone Co., to bring service to Yn

I I I Lake Worth-New bridge to be i Port Richey.
5 -$1,000,000 Improvement constructed over Lake Worth at South' -
It School Journal p'>program to get under way. ern Boulevard. Tallahassee-Resources of f'r'' '
I j j banks and trust companies
S state
p I ''Ol'1;
i l Largo-Contracts totaling $35,000 : Longwood-Plans announced for I I I ased $116,000,000 between June ;,,n I an
awarded for extension of water mains.
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'' EIT.ENB MATTHEWS BAMWr BTERKBKRQ I construction of $1,000,000, one-mile: September 28, 1925.
Edltor-In-Chi.f AiMdiU Editor Iarlfo--New white way boulevardplanned race track around Clear, Lake ,I

OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM DUNCAN by city I(j II Hollywood-Contracts awarded for I I I Dade City-"Dade City B< :-"

I Athltti Editor Jok. Editor 0 Winter' Haven-. structure(I| construction of two Jetties in Lake changes from weekly publicat- < ,
-1-story : I 1' semi-weekly. Building additioI
n.t! o-oClo 'oaoc.- 01 a-ao- .0=0'- OClQI -u-ur=aoaoco' I will be erected at Sixth and Oak Sts. ,! Mabel (I i plant to give 50 per cent mon r

,1f GET A HEALTH TAG Invitation to Patrons and Friends.We Cop--At the junction of the dorsal 1 j Williston-Streets- in Oak Villa I 1----1! "space.

I I and lumbar vertebrae. bring graded. ; -

I The slogan for this month is "Get invite yoju one and all to come Cecil-I object, I've been living Clearwater-Local- I I c=_ : : : : --
9', a health Tag in doing this you buy and visit our school before we finish around these parts quite a while, and' Chamber of Commerce -
planning to erect new building. r ... .......
invite s -
10 refits worth of Clirintmas: seals the first semester. We especially I've never heard of the place. I i I I I -- .3

phi from tile teachers or one of tho committee you to come and see the freshmenroom. 1 break him- I'|I Fort Pierce-City limits extended to 'I
Melvin How did David
from the Woman's Club. We have a good many thingsto include San Lucie Plaza. j I
In BO doing you help to get, the $10- make It attractive, but we will not self of walking in his sleep? ,, $
,I 00 scales to 'II owned by tho school. tell you what they are until you come Ruf us-Took his Fd to bed with '|,: Groveland-This place to have new

I .before December 18th-the sooner the Junior McDonell. Freshman. Stranger-Do you know "Cuple !: Lakeland-Building permits so far ,

'b.ette-' : Awaiting the Verdict Rltch'lMelvinWell I I this yea, total $7,030,850. !
I so we sleep .
guess ,
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V HONOR ROLL It. II. S. Walking in the wide, double-door of together in the same history class. I St. Petersburg=Two new banks I ,

FOR T1IIKU MONTH the cqurt room the scene I saw was [I planned for this IRce.I IP
,111 i one of touching sadness. The prisoner Lunch room Proprietor wish you j II;:' you can make ship- ->
First Grade--Billy! Powell, Carol could stop reaching for things, haven'tyou | Sebring-New $212,000 courthouse

.W1 te, Bessie Varnes, Ella Mae Many a young of! age man sat of with about his twentythreeyear grey.haired a tongue {I I proposed. I P d mcnts Direct to
nlnk, David-Yes, but my arms are longer.
f y J first B.-Dorls Silcox, Hazel Stro- mother anxiously watching: the door ] Frostproof has extensive paving and
the linesof
man Patsy Edmonddon, Robert Rob- through which the jury was coming sidevalk construction planned. i ''I;: yr points on
back deliver its verdict. I _
,,1 to Joseph M.-Don't yqu think this I
First A. Oliver Hutto. The great crowd, with its many col- sweater is a perfect fit? j I i Dade City-Pasco County Telephone the Southeastern $
l' ored garments which the somber set- Sammy-Yes, it's almost a contusion ] Co., moves into new building.:
I First Grade, Little D Class-May
ting subdued somewhat, sat tensely '
i Company.
I Mersoreau. Leila Crews Luther Wilson with bated breath. I j San Antotiio-New weekly newspaper

William Williams. Miss Olive Ray As the judge, hisrtvhito goatee quivering Gerald (in algebra-How far are being published.

teacher. with excitement, asked for the you from the correct answer? t -
.;r Second Grade-Coridad Torruella i I Clearvvate.--Gas and: water mains Route your Shipmentsthe
verdict you could have heard a pin Junior-Three seats. to be installed, in Druid Hills.
ai'/;; Grace Andreu Fannie Silcox, Mildred
drop in the stillness. The foreman oj
McRac*; Elaine Wynn Dorothy White, Joseph T.-I wish I was a conductor. I
ar iie and impressively announced"not Tampa-Work to begin! at once on
I way
}I :Mary Wiggins, VodnuJnnian, Lois guilty." There was a little Jimmy-Why? new bridge aecross SixMileCreek..
i; : JuiM, Leslie Biggs/: Cecil Thomas Hilly scream of delight mingled with sobs Joseph T.-Virginia said she adored I' -

N 1 ltI Rivers, W. T. Weeks, Jr., Marion of j Ny that issued from the mpther of Carmen. Haines City-United; Concrete Pro-
Williams. Miss Ethel Griffin teacher. 'ducts Company here.
k1 the prisoner.As 1 Cop-You are arrested for going 45 I '
Third Garde, B Class Solomon Underhill -
)' Alma Baker the crowd filed out, the young miles an hour.LawrenceBut. ,[ Gal1esville-Narrow: part of Uni
i :Myra and Myrna
shook his hand and walk-
man lawyers officer I haven'tbeen
Frluk Ama Mer- versity Avenue to be widened.
t Thorton, Helen
i iereau, Gladys Gordon. crowd ed slowly with his mother after the out an hour. I I Port Tampa-"$1,200,000 amusement :2aa11Ts.

I 1 Third Grade, A Class.-Frank Clark William Marshburn Florence, -That scrub team Is mis- | park being constructed. j
15 Harry Edwards, Freeman Wilson, Merrill Literary Club. named. I _
l Edwards Elizabeth Hollingsworth,i S I Elizabeth-Why? I I Pensacola-Local terminals of Frisco t tI

'J ;\1 Martha. Powell, Mildred Hundley, To The Freshmen. I Florence-After playing the other System to be improved. 1111
L<.\doe Snyder, Evenelle Strickland,, day they came out as dirty as ever. ojI
." f Florence HaHsctt, Murla Weeks. Miss i This month is one of interest to the J'I Crystal River-Crystal River Mirror I

11"p"a Madge Middleton, teacher. freshmen class. They are climbing a You should attend church more of- I,.: new'pJ licr.tion, erecting new building.
Fourth Grade, B ClaHII.--TommE: i Christmas tree and at the end of the tan. The sermon will be, "An evening !I I I I By marking your shipment via Southeastern Express
2'; r Canon, Lois Long month they will reach the top of it. In with favorite hymns" 'II Sebring-Plans approved for erection md indicating the transfer point, you can ..cur* f..t.

Fourth Grade, A Class-Grace Alvarez the top of the tree is a present fur I 1 Harriet-I'd be glad to, but I have of new $15,000 Episcopal Church. I direct service to. points on the lines of the Southeastern Srpress

', Martha Brownlee, :Mary Dean,, the one reaching it; so climb on each a date with my own favorite him to- Sarasota(, tal receipts for October Company.For

I\,1 Carrie Hutto Sinclair Peek, Jr., Eva of you while we sophomores, juniors, ,night. 'I totaled $6,870.48.OcalaC0l1st further informatio/i relative to routing and method of 1'
Ukt' : Prevatt. :Miss Eunice Perkins, teachr' and seniors wibh we might join the I Indicating tranaier point, address
er- I! Insurance Agent-But surely you'lltake \ j i :'11ction of new Marion
.. i race.Certainly out a policy to cover your burial ....neaitern Express l: < Company
Fifth Grade-:Mary Brownlee, Bertha we're expecting each of' General Hospital to get under way.
o Dyal Lucille Edwards, Florence you to reach the to*)>-here's hopingyou ;expenses. ,II Jacksonville. Florida
.t I Flnolier, Etta Fay Gill, Hope Haynes, will at any rate. j I Sammy-No, I might be lost at sea. I II i Palmetto-City to vote on $100,000

,' Annie \iirnes, George Bowers, Grat- Leola Fogg. I|I Elmer (after collision)-It was your 'i school bond issue. SOUITIEASTEIINExpress4 oj
tan Cooper Kichard Williamson.! I
fault. I was riding my wheel carefully'and [ lA-elburll-City to have new 10,000
i /ill S. :M. Cox, teacher I I've had three years experience !; public park.
Sixth Grade Beverly Cady, Grade riding. ( I
ra : Coleman, Ralph Cox Louise :Marsh- Reports From Red J.'laf\--Sir; I think it was yoursI I St. ustlne-New $200,000 structure
t. j' burn Gary; ()Overutreet Betty Sanders, Ii i was standing carefully and I've had planned by First National Bank.
J.. Melbn Silcox, Victor Thomas Comp all
v Elizabeth The Clubs :forty years experience standing. I'
!I : h Williams. Miss C'Ura/ Calhoun, Sanford-Five 1,500-acre tracts near / .
I I teacher. I| 'arb-Ie--I think Lucille will make here to be developed for poultry raisIng _

,' t> Seventh Grade--Henry Silcox, Merrill ''a fine wife. I have been calling on her industry. i!:' '1._:_aarator.r -.--

\ ." :'' Futc'h, Glean Wood, George Inman, Etiquette Club for six months now and every time I I II i Lynn Haven-New 3-story office
i Glenn McMillan: Delia Williamson, last meeting was devoted to I,I I've found her darning a sock. building be
to erected Ohio
r' i Muriel! Silcox, Rachel Silcox Novella discussing tone of voice manyMpeecaex i Sammy-Yen, that caught me too Avenue and Fifth St.
'. King. :Mrs. J. A. Wasdin teacher. : and talks are ruined by a until I found out that it was the same

1'f, ':' Eighth Grade-Evelyn Strickland, high pitched squeaky voice. We also'Our sock. Winter Haven-276,000 square yards
\ Thelmu Silcox, Dora Manning, Iris discussed the conduct of one in the1theatre I, --. asphalt will be laid on various city
i Brown, Louise Hayes, June Mullen, don't eat, talk, or giggle during Rtreets.
i I,.' Miss Helen Caldwell\ teacher. the performance. / '
Ninth Grade-William Duncan, Edna ': We learned not to use too many Reports From i| West Palm .Beach-First postal
Strickland, Everett Hewitt.JTentli "canned expressions" as tl.ey are not sub-station will be established in

Ii'tI .;, ; Grade-Jessie Williams, L.Jt s"j good taste though/ they r.iuy express I The Grades South Palm Beach.
; Gainey, Wilbur Marshburn. your thoughfi exactly. I
Orlando-:Main between East
l sr Eleventh Grade Edna JOllephIalpus: reporter.
-- Church and Jackson Streets, will be
Grace Wood Gussie :Mae Bennett,
Literary Club I widened.
Fifth Grade I
,111 Kline
Jones Alvin
Wasdin. Miss
At our last meeting Friday morningwe
j' The fifth grade is very much interested
,' Thelma Brown, Miss Florence !Matthews discussed the different poems we in beautifying their room. By Winter Haven-A. B. Coker Devel-

Mrs. T. J. Alderman, S. S. have been learning, and also began selling candy peanuts and sandwiches ,'opment Co., planning to construct 2:,
1 bowling, teachers work on our Christmas or 30 new houses in Silvercrest.
poem. they hope to raise money enough to

Community Spirit I j Eva Leatherwood, reporter. buy one or two pictures and to make:]'' Avon Park-New $40,000 city hall
i. :Newspaper' Club and municipal auditorium will be con- u'a '
fl. ; What is ? Does
0" community spirit
structed on Main Street.
The newspaper Club met Friday Teacher what is trousers,
community spirit mean that the families
I I, morning at 11:00: a. m. After the regular singular or plural?
in a community shall neglect, each Jacksonville--Largest hotel in city I
business Mrs. Alderman read the
t Edgar: -Singular at the top but
i its own affairs in order to busy them.selves will be erected, northwest corner W.
national which heln-
newspaper's creed plural at the bottom.
with the affairs of others, or Adams and Julia Streets.
ed us to realize the high plane which
does it mean that each family shall The following pupils in the fifth -U-JO iJ 1
jouranlUm is placed. We are all Dundee--$25,000 brand issue proposed 1I
I perform its own duties much more proud to think we ares part of such grade have bought their part of Xmas 0,, for extending waterworks system ii I
skillfully and the
at same time pre eels and wearing their badges.
worth-while work. are. and \ i
i parks. .
r form them in such a way as to benefit I
a other, families.Our Subjects this week's were school assigned" paper.for articlesfor Owen Sixth Grade 1 1 I St. Petersburg--More than $100- This If the Time to buy ,I
t i first is what The sixth grade has the largest
step to see consitu- Griffin is to write oin "CommunitySpirit" 000,000 being spent in Florida rail
I tea a ci/mmunity./ A group of people honor roll we've had since school be- road improvements.St. .
and Junior :McDonnell on $ Buick \
occupying a definite locality cooperating 'Invitation to Our School." gun. This shows. we have been study-0 your
under an organization for!, ing. We hope next month, at least, AUl'ustine-One! of finest and C
The club
of the
spent part period
F'r common good or purposes. half of our room will be on. most modern hotels in South will be ;now I
'in practicing the play on parliamentary I'erected' A golden opportunity presents
Second looking from a socicloglcal! law. I I I Seventh tirade on itself to fill the hearts of those you love
point o/ view As |I I -
we ascend the '
scale of civilization we see a greaterdegree William Duncan, reporter. The seventhredo club met last Chipley-Several new sawmill established with Christmas happiness.

1 of group life or cooperation. > Frivolous FreshmenNo Friday and we discussed buying a flag throughout West Florida Buy now, the Better Buick you had

t Lbwer forms of life possess the social :' sooner than begun again! Thatis for our room.RichardWhy. recently. intended to buy in the spring. Have

instinct and live in groups. Excellent : those freshmen algebra races. Mo don't you like war? Crystal River-$120,000 bond issue I it standing at the door when Christ-

examples of !group life are sooner that the last race had ended, Billy-Because war makes history, I' proposed for providing city with sewer I ma morning dawns. Give your fami- 1

found among the ants and bees con.I' when Leda) Fogg, the artist drew on and I have more than I can learn now. and water system.LakelandAtlantic. ly the pleasure and surround them .
it oU8ly or unconsciously it was seen the blackboard a Christmas tree, for I with the safety of the Better Buick's
In unity there lay strength.Community those algebra students to advance on. Mrs Wasdin-Merrill, how many Coast Line Railroad easier starting and safer control for the
spirit means regard fort Then to complete the job Lea wrote ribs have you? building 110 miles main lines winter months. I'
> I'I'.c j ", rights. Primitive people only I a nice article to the freshmen. Leola le"riJ1-I don't know, I'm so ticklish 0 between here and High Springs.
personal possessions such crtainly is the "freshmen's friend." ,I can't count them. I I Come in today to insure delivery of
:c 4. I weapons or bodily ornaments as1 1 All the committees faithfully attended i Bowling Green-450 hampers cucumbers the model you desire. We will leaveit

a dtl t) I property. But in the modern <( to their duties lost week. Ouri Eighth Grade valued $1,0000, shipped from standing proudly at your curb, early I
.* mind Teachertq( one of the pupils)- i here recently.
ip or public opinion, property'''i I honor roll decreased from ten tothree Christmas morning.
a' i,I' rights are distinct from the individual a bad fall but we are glad to what if I was knocked in the head .
''I' \ himself. I I I have those while coming/ on my way to school andit Clearwater-Pinellas County Power BUICK MOTOR CO., FLINT, MICHIGAN

1 I t' Finally the moral attitude toward I'''Strickland.I even Everett, they Hewitt are and: Edna William would kill me, what would it be murder -i
\ crime in extremely important. When Duncan. or what program. ,

I., the standard of conduct is high and Pupil (after studying awhile-Why) +'j Frostproof-Local bank deposits increased J

-. public opinion severe, there is relatively It would be a holiday. 400 per cent over figures of

,1 1 a small amount of crime. \ Miss Caldwell-Explaining that one':1 om year ago.Zephyrhills20. CJhel1eHerBUICK J{[

-. f': I' heavy rigid enforcement penalties will of result law in rather a diminu-than< I 15. II. S. Bunk> I of the pupils had was home.thought to have theemumps ; residences 2 brick .

:. tion in the number of crinws commit- gone j blocks and $50,000 high school under
James Please Miss Caldwell
3 \ ted. PasserbyWhy! have they let all me go home I don't want any mum construction., LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY
Therefore, community spirit means he freihnuM out of school today mies. Melbourne
-Equipment being inst-
that each family will perform its own' Owen-H,iiday! sir, this is Darwin | J.M. South Manaa.r.
dirtieS much more skillfully and theI I 1 A in Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
at birthday. poet a fine frenzy dashed off'The devilish compositor so tangled the L ,
1.I came time perform them in such aI I a line that was really superb. I I oem was published. this line read:
'Way... to benefit other families I j I Judge. -Where did Mr. Whitehead "See the pale martyr' in his sheet of ,I "See the pale Martyr with his shirt
Owen Griffin, Newspaper Club.'I hit the cow fire. i en fire."
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said named defendant, whose .... place of I I
r Druigl.tarefundmoney If PAZO O1NTM1 I s
resilience, or bualnsea are unknown. to thecomplainant '; Itching, Blind. Bleeding P! *
to cure
J ar. Interested In the. property : Amazing Power of Plies. Instantly relieves Itching Pile, a.
Iii Involved In thin ault. and that complainant 'I can get restful sleep after first, iriplir i1 ;
L 01.... not know and haa not been able to a.e .- I
**ain whether any of the said. known defendants I 8 8ST.
''i i are. living or not. or In eiclstance or Church Services Mexican MustangLiniment r r=
9ciely not.And it further appearing from the bill of A''
1(1( complaint that there may be 'iwnons. firmsor I I YOU MAYPELLAGRA h "J, .
comnratlons. claiming,; h,. under or through
the said named defendants or either. of them ru i \
and *hat there may be persons. firm. or cor.poratlons
not known to complainant that may I
lhOllt 2U have nf claim' .ome Interest in said lands MARK'SSt. Stops Rheumatism-Pene-
THEREFORE: It Is ordered. that the said trates through the Skin i iI ,
4 '. defendants who are "heretofore named In thisorder Mark's Episcopal chunk: Sun- I AND NOT KXOTV
q and In the bill of come'> nt If living.and to the Bone nt
,xclves UH a distinct body of profes. if dead all persons.., firms or corporatr Jay services at 11:00 a. m.CUl'RCIl I I EARLS syMProM.-Nrn.s ,
I !"n. claiming any Interest under the said ...ftrh Inuble, ..."....d.y ."t "
I yOl'I'-AUMOR : "I'lnal men named! defendants, or cither of them deceased. OF CHRIST If you stiffw Iron Rheumatic pains n i<1 Seas of breath. burataa !t..'.
I And whereas the ever increasingcost '.. otherwise. and all nersons whomsoever acheor" have .l.noe l auk or loci I ru.T unu allpstlou, lore.*. or ......."illmrllnv
1 Mr. and Mrs. Newnan David Wain- of known or unknown, that may be or are Inc sore. Jon wait a mlnuto. loiiKor. App:) .*..iitl ''f of living and the ever increase ,.,...t.d) hi the omperty Invoked In this suit. :Meets every Lord's Day at 10 a. m. small quantity of Mexican :Suntan, I .pel la. dlarrbova loam of .!< /", ra
wright, of Starke, announce the mar I: cost of medical and surgical supplier .In*s'o. lylnir and being In Bradford county. for Bible Study and Scriptural Com a Umi.ii. lit t light Op\looll.| | UK M,r<> or itch, o, **H.tht, ll.i.l.fl>.. or ...lma..,". ,
Vninwrjffht .. .
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Mm. Beulah .' brad aeeerat .
riage of their sister Pt. 1. and known and deMrlbrd s folloestowlt ""
: have warranted n slight increase of munion. See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. lit pot In almost n JtT| ; tt wilt: pinIrantbrouglt : I e.eray ;

;:i Armor, to Mr. Paul Rowe Yopp prices and fecal for professional ser. fi,. : 4nnthemst quarter' nf Southwest quar.I ; ..the akin and wxuhe. aid tn"It"calm lii I 1'... do .ooMM .... all th*.tnlMeC ,* w
11 1 on Saturday, the twenty-fourth of : vices I '. r .,f "",t'on F..'irteen II I i1) : The North hall pain. ..tI..f comfort I. the b.. hut"( .
I October nineteen hundred and twenty-' nt xwtHe*.? ,.case-r, and MortS.a.t nuance 22.29'R wUI beKIITh ha.. wny D' la.. You", MA1 II \
f 1 Therefore, be it resolved that the Vnrlhwest. iiuartcr, and ftouthtavt quartet I' {inm 1 rat inn. t I' I PKI.A< nnNon
j d E.; five Raleigh, Nurth Carolina. Will aforesaid licensed physicians and sue f Vorhwest nparter and iouthwe' moaner :Me'.Icon :M'Mtanu Llulmf I IB < In BTOHY OP PKI..LA.Kxpl \, ,
I t'' the fifteenth of November of Northeast iiuarter. .Wtloa. Twcntv.TVr",. Sunday school 10:00: a.m. why i. '; nlo1 :ihil coot u, unit i .", .l*. Mr treatment f ,
b home after
i at have agreed! to the following ,,,. ... ...,
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gcons II"t : Also 1 the Northefist onager of (forth.rast Morning worship 11:00: a. m. obitnaCenas.ofl'tiAsulndtn..u: : > .r II ethers i",
at eight mxty-Hix WestItachtree fees and prices for their profat.iionai .,oasts,. Section Tw nty-Fiur '120. oleo otlu .aupilcatlonn. ;, I iillm'," I ''. na..' Mint Hnlb I>*..rt.*.., pb 'Iand ,'n.
street, Atlanta Ga.-Florida Ton (111 acres In Fsat nlde of Tot Three, 01 Sermon: Walking in Galilee. dcrl'IlinimrrL,1'I > in M .- I,,. ko.idrd .*.. have ink ,, t, 'r
Time Dec. 6. Cervices, effective January 1, 1926. to- on the East side of Northeast. quarter of North B. Y. P. U. service 6:30: p. m. wounds, and.- : i ,il>if> a t.m H'I'P',: ', I treatment. Writ for. Quentt. ,, .
Union wit: wit quarter flection Twentyfl'(261' all of Evening worship 7:30 p. m. to hall in no ".reat., ; tit ,, ., I sad FI.KB Di.gaeal.
'h" sliest betnif' In Towrmhlp Sic (6)). !SouthRsns' '
City' (calls meaning! calls within the I dru' rltiis\ and \lll:" >U,ale"H ill .luuuitf W.C.RoUNTREE.M.D.TEXAIIKANATEXAS
HETTY SAND EltSCELEBRATES e Taenteone! f<1> Kast.Also Sermon: A .good Associate. ,
..I incorporated limits of the city whereinthe l.lni ,not, or can n 't f"i you
"I : lilKTHUAYIjist the Weal half of NnrtHfant iiuarter Midweek service, Wednesday 7:3fl: I
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sajd physicians and surgeons reside M Southeast quarter nf Northwest ""n
t ."' ibo Soiithwest quarter of Section Seven p. m.
4 Saturday wax the twelfth bitrhday Between 7:00: o'clock a. m, and "l The !Southeast qnaHer .f Northeastuuarter We invite you to worship with u! I 1- -., X
of little ;Miss Betty Sanders so 0:00: o'clock p. m., to be 3.00; between Section Th'rteen (ISt> .PN> S<..urhweatnter I I -- i

I he invited twelve of her girl\ friendsto 9:00; o'cliick! p. m. and 7:00: o'clock a. M" fie of Welt Southeast' half quarter of the 8 Settiin<.,utVenst Eighteen ouarter PRESBYTERIANRev. I iI -<0r'f" ,. -- =-; -"=,; ---, "-?'- ...". ". 1, ,
her home Saturday afternoon, to m. to he $5.00. Out of town calls to the '1<.,,'10..1 never and the Northwest I "" -- ,, "'-
n,5r*.. .if Nrthw l nnnrter 3eetion Nineteen H. A. Tucker D. D. Minister.!
help her celebrate the tccansion. be priced the same as city calls plus f9! > The Northwest quarter nf North- l'
hpr $1.00 mile traveled from the .1 1, Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. I
The young! hostess assisted/ by per city -s* in -"rr Vena Tan sere on the West < t
limits wherein the said licensed phy- "S<"lrn Tnenly.Six <2.> : Preaching service at 11:00 o'clock a.
Sandvrt entertained
Mrs. Vivian
u. mother. The ... ,. of Northwest
Xfthtast .ort quart -
her guests with games and a sician and-surgeon resiikw to the pa- Siction\ Twvntyexen (27t' The North. m. and 7:30: p. m. Choice jI jII

i content! during the afternoon. tient who calls for him. One way .e-t .'Barter of Soathea quarter 1 less One Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30:
Ill in Southwest nlo On. HH'-i-1.
Punch nuts and sandwiches' were travel being counted only. Office consultations 't..r acre aim lot in Northeast corner corner and One (Uaare p. m. I I i y4r/\
served throughout the afternoon, the being priced at not less than on West side of East': half nf !Southeast Crlstian Endeavor society meets at )

1 ('. filled with canlly.I' $2.00 each. nuitrtPnf. !nntheart quarter nf Notheastniiat 7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior Endeavor ) I ,
favors being baskets .teof Southeast. quarter of Northeast ilf I Jt. Poultry "i I li
She was the recipient of many Ce it further resolved that in cases ;
Rifts of the occasion where the above prices cannot be paid T...,,',..I"hl (2S : 1- A cordial invitation is extended to
The went half of Northwest noarter.
S by the patient or pa.ienta calling the Five acres In Northeast earner. and Northwest to all to attend the above services.

HILLY l'OWoLL'SInRTIIIJ.Y PARTYLast : services of the said physicians and surgeons ,,, Twenty-nine! quarter 129)The of! !Southwest: tiUHrter Section METHODIST I + i. \ You do not want jt )

I the said physicians and surgeons .
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# I North half of Northeast quarter. the :..
; Friday December 4th. Billy will give their professional services ,, Pat h.''" >' Northwpwt/ qunrbr| the !South Sunday school 10:00: a. m.; This* !is <: 'Fi& poultry unless 4i
free of and all charges rather half nf Southwest! quarter nf !Southeast quarter ..
'Powell entertained a few of his friends any 1' the F.... half of !Southeast. quarter nf Fifth Sunday, Orphanage Day; come V

: with a birthday party given at the than break the above agreement in i I Northeast quarter the North.' quarter of prepared to make your offering for \\\W\\ .\ :3. it is tender and t
c any way shape form or manner what I, !Southeast quarter less Fnur acres In !Southwest \
hjine, of his grandparents: and artier and Three acre North i.f public read this cause. k

p Mrs. P. E. Canova in honor of his soever. I I'n' Northeast corner of Southeast quarter of Preaching at 11:00; Subject: "Some ; \. fresh and that ;i,
.Witness our hands and eals the I Miheest quarter !eetlon Thirty HOi The Achievements of Starke Methodist \ ,
) sixth birthday. I
'rthwnst quarter of Northeast. quarter and ? Y
1 As each little !guest arrived Dilly time and place first aforesaid. I I Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter, Sec Church this year." ltt I is the only kind

was presented with a dainty gift as W. E. Middleton. 1:' lion The Thirty-one South half(Sit ootheaat: <. ,tarter end Epworth League 6:4: : p. m.; preach.

a reminder of this occasion. Games W. B. Park!!. 1'1 I Wni.. 'est quarter nf Southwest quarter See- Intt at 7:30 !subject: "Come and See." '

5 ; were enjoyed during the afternoon. E. L. Biggs.Ad. I(,I t'e.The, Twenty-five Northeast ((25 qnarter: ofmithweat quarter ', Sunday is our last day before An. '. you will find at our market. \Ve speciai-1

L' Billy's mother :Mrs. Geo. 15. Flynn, the !South half of !Southwest quarter, and nual Conference. Let's have a full I

a and Mts. Oanuva served the children,,. '.'.., half nf Snutrienst quarter Section attendance at both services.. ize in either dressed or live chicken| a aI
All of the above belna
NOTICE\ Thirty-el SO) :
with punch cake and candy. Dolls In Circuit Court Elirhlh Judicial] Clreuit.l' *,lx I.' !South Rantre Twenty-two Public cordially)) Invited. I

were'given the girls as favors the boys HrarifnrU County Florida. 'I I .i-Jl Flint: and other domestic fowls, and the! r. '
and the Northea"
Powell Sm'fch Company a corporation Th. East half. quarterof
receiving balls. There were a large Complainant. I Northwest. quarter of Section Two (2)> : The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres.

number present who enjoyed this de. I, Th. Southeast quarter and ,the !Southeast bvterian chure will have their annual people of this community know their \
lightful affair.ENTERTAINS. Florida 1.:4': and Tmmliiratlon Company.a I I" rier of Northwest quarter and the !Southwest Christmas Bazaar and cooked food
f of Northeast !Section
corporation .1.).1.Def..d. quarter quarter
...... I I TH-'e ,111, : !sale at Hull's Store Saturday after. A complete line of fresh and! '
:; TUESDVYAITEKNOON HIM U KrrooT. tlonrtl( Quiet Till and Other 1 1 The East h.lf"f Southwest l quarter of noon December aj :3 o'clock. quality. ,.
BRIUCE; CLt'II Relief "Hhwest quarter and the Ear half of North.
It apiwarlnir by the sworn bill of complaint went quarter of Southwest qullrler. Section meats all times.
flint) In the allot .,.,...1 eaune. whirh Is one I r. MI : salt at
Mrs. C. A. Futch was hostess to the to remove elouil end qui,.t title of the com Th. East half of Southwest quarter of Tb Northwest quarter of Northeast quarter
I afternoon bridge club Tuesday afternoon ,plainant's land therein drMribed That there I Southwest quarter The West half of Southeast l the South half of Northeast quarter of .
arc in mans firm. and corporations. named I I quarter. of Southwest quarter lyine. Southof Northwest quarter the Kant half of Southwest
at her attractive home on Call therein whose. places. of residence of place a branch or run eontalnintr Twelve acres quarter and North half of Northeast quarter Variety Meat Market
Street. f liu.lneM I I. unknown to complainant, and I more or .less. The East half, of Southeast iuar of Southeast quarter Section Ten UO ;
"1'nt' the sheriff of Bradford County Florida ICe of Southwest quarter and West half of The Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter
LJ Cut flowers were in evidence in the has made return upon the summons I in Chancery *...ithwpst quarter of Southeast quarter, 1 leas less Ten acres In !Southwest sorter Section -
'' ,decorations l of the rooms where the duly issttml, in said cause, that the said I hat iMirt'on' North of .Branch, runninii East Eleven 111)) : Phone 124, Starke
1'; i I I and the Mimmnnn (In ChAnrery Is executed and cannot ..1,1 Wmt through said lands conlalnlnv Th. Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter
L\, J. 11 card tahlt were arranged be send anon the defendants. The Florida Thirty acres more or less Section Five *161 Suet'on Fifteen 1161) : AH of the above
f .; v hostess was assisted in entertaining and 1 and 'Immigration Company a eorpor I The North half of Southeast'quarter of to the hill of complaint filial In aid .eai.... r
T by her mother Mrs. G. M Sistrunk. n'Tnn ,the Lnnd end Immigration Company, of I Vortheast quarter, and !Southwest, quarter of ,,0" or .before Monday. January 4th. A. D. 192*.
I Florida n corpoiMtion the Kl' Ida Railroad VortT'-nr't quarter and the East half of North. otherwise the allnratinns of the said bill will
t !. Several games of .bridge were en- Company:: a corporation; :the Xtmntic LumberCompan : I west' quarter rf !Northeast quarter, and the bo taken aa .onf.......
.f f d' foyed and the prize of high store u \' n rorporaHon 'ho Fllswortn Trust S. uth' half of North half of Northwest quarter It In further oHi-rcd that this order be pub-
many, a corporation The Townsend. I.urn. and East half of Northeast. quarter of lUhed once a week for four consecutive naueabrlnii GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
\ box of stationery was won by Mrs. her Company n nirpormnin Edward N. Dickenton Southwest quarter and North half of North. In Township Seven (T). South Range
'J I Herbert C. Ritch while the low score and Mary r.rollnOlek.non his wife I went iiuarter, of Southeast .'uo....... and !South Twenty-two 122)) East
t t Snmuel Rwann 'lams S. Bniley Wm. Bates west quarter. of Southeast Quarter and North Re and thy are hereby required to appear INMAN &, RITCH
I prize a dainty handkerchief, was given Catherine Rates his wifo W T Taylor and half of Northeast quarter of Northwest quart In the Bradford county Telegraph a news-
V Mrs.. Sidney Church. Nary Taylor his wife Abraham Bailey. Henry t to and) the Southeast quarter of Northwest pester publisher In Burke. Bradford county REPRESENT THE BEST LEADINGINSURANCE
j' Hatter and Jennie! B..trr hi,. wife F R. Mor- iiiinrt. r and Southeast. quarter of Southwest Flnrlda.
", Delicious home-made candy was served I the Slh day of December. A. COMPANIES. FIRE.
can, N W thicket H H click Simon .1 Temple quarter" Section Eight iRl : Ordered this
1? on the tables througout the game. John Alexander Hrnhnm J. T. 1 Cateiimiiel : .. The Southwtwt quarter of Northwest quarter D 1625. ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE.:
At conclusion of the card !* C Lane. J. l>. MoLemore., J. R. the West half of Southwest quarter, the A. Z. ADKINS
,'of'' ( tho game, refreshments J. R. Farle Ir I ,IIF.lte/ John C. Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter, the Judge. BONUS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS f
o' -:; of sandwiches potato E.lie. T W. Pitta, Thomas W. Fitts. Charles. I !South half of !Southeast quarter. Section" Nine A S. CREWS
h t! chips, olives and tea were .nerved.\ R......... .K 1. Mi-Cull M, Smith. J B. Oliver. James Nooney, ,
Those enjoying thin delightful affair I II "
Company -- .
aa agent for the Temple operntiM ,
jr.! '. wervMesdumes:: J. C. and C. F. i I Inn nf Florida" James D: Rathbone." : Joel i I 'ZJ25ZSZS25'1.5E5757525Z455ZSZ575'See" rrsnnneae7C7 t 5' '
K Foster Harimrd. St....... Henry W. Winters i :; :
f! Uoover, Sidney Church A. \V. Anderson A. Railey Thomaj ,..IIt..<. Annie IIrhr..... I Isc y'
Herbert C. Ritch. A. S. Crown, Arnold Brymer Samuel Soo\III.. John .F Lib IsD .

: Grace Shelldrake, of Philadelphia R. jen..1'iultit. W.and Hiekey.Thorns.Eileward I'nduett Hnncock.her "...
la : i J. DAvis and G. M. Sistrunk. Joseph Pearson, t J. F Marklllie.. H.ttl F.II''I VrO We can charge your
Bowes Matilda C. lair,> Ida M.
The next meeting will be held tt the rffren
nenrren Matilda Rldder home of :Mrs. K. J. Davis Tuesday innann John Jtttosi John 'ampry, and MIIIVsmp. ''

.afternoon December l.lth.. Ms wife Jams F Griffin S. K I Li) Storage Battery I
Klernntf C C. Kiei-noff C.. W. klernoff., nSmith's
TIIFITREP.ARPi? A t. VonKlen, Ausiuln I. VonKien AnnlaTallferro .
: FOR LESTER .lon F Tallaferro. R..hert H. Talia.fcrro. I
'I PRICE UOIilNSON Jesse Johnson rienrirta N. ,rohnson SALE I
J 1 '" I oulsa Jenkins' John Ilfdires. and Mary A.
: 'Tc. Unices his wife. Geonce E Pace K. Therson.
r :Mr. and ;Mrs. Robinson entertained StaFk
< : J !Miller Mary N. !Mile his wife. J. M. Garage
'I. a number of children Friday Beldel.. Lewis A. Slevlta and Mary I. Sevlta his ;
evening with n theatre party in honorof wife Richard, Meavany Ernest. N Smith f Ic
H Rartlett and Fannie I. Bartlett hts wife.
their son Lester Price, who celebrated Rufus A. Smith and Hat tie F Smith his ..f..
l his twelfth birthday. Sarah L. Read Thomas Lord and l.tssie Lora
John I Messer' FJIsahetk Smith. Elisabeth F.
t Tho feature of the evening wa Smith. FJIsabelh C Smith. I.inC Smith.
"Jackie Coogan" in "Long Live the Henry R. Smith Alfred S. Wh te Henry H. .
k Brown and l.issie M Brown his wife. H.
King, which proved to be very delightful 8wl,.... lames Ball and Cynthia RaTl his
w to the young people present on wife Jrsenh Walton K. C Brock. Josevk : ---.--
this occasion. The host was fonr A H. Tills and Ssllle Tillts his wife. BEGINNING FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11TH and C -
it young I M H-lton. J M .tones. Andrew Aosoll Otaon' i
presented with a gift from' each oneprl.'lIent. C B. niiss>in and Mattle N his wife I ENDING JANUARY: 1ST g I
who wished for him many W W. Otbson Wm Wallace rlhex.n. !Simon gC "
.Johnson Catherine" Holly, ,Itavid Taylt HenrrMitchell.
more happy birthdays. John T Shufton John J. Bach IIK C -
After the picture was over the Foster Ella' Meflov, Eddie Johnson. JohnW Dresses of canton crepe santin, wool twill, char- .,
Johnsitn and Elisabeth Johnson his wife.
"'>4 1 young folks were taken to a local drug! Richard H Turner I J. Tucker Jacon H meen. at greatly reduced prices. -"'.,;

'I ./t..,' .tore, where they were served with ireeorv; .. and Henrietta Grevory his wife. K. QC[):
\. Jaintard. Albert Wittenmeyer Charles A
TefnshmtnU.j' Witlinmeyrr. A, M. Lennlnu and Emma A. Exquisite party dresses fashioned of soft georg- [C): IBi57-GRCNER CIEVELAND-190B .'
Those enjoying this affair were: l l.onoin' h. wife. Isahella Clarks and l Green

h4 ,"" Leah and Elmo Struth, Estelle Kendrick 'r H r Brown'.rk...".Rlhanl F. G. Harrison Miller J.m.Ill.:Mrs. Mary, ... W.E. ettes and laces-What would be more appreciated |g j

;Merrill McMillan.: Lena Belle Cnwar Orln W W.II"... Jamro T Smith. by the young girl for a Chrismast gift? c= --3
FVancia I I. Field.. M .F Br.iv.ri F J Field! K. .
''. \. Sheppard, Theordore Young Louise n IIuhh.... John B lalllett Mws Ixiuisa Koe.M [. cg = Banked First

and Wilson Hayes, Leila Den Andrews !>rk. A. ... Clark. Annie 1. Little. Annie Pt g) and Bolivia
,1 tf Clara Louise and Julian Peek Clark I IT !Mm>r.. F W Little. I.. M Little Coats of velours, rteedle-point broadcloth jj
J.... M. Gerhard; and t..uifta Gerhard his
b -t Jr., James Richard Wainwright, Billy wife. Robert LoverVrnard DteNmam.. Emily very attractively trimmed with fur. c= Dollars I.

Graham, Sarah (Hope Ua nes. S. R. nifkman. Wllhelm' Ilirkman anit Chrtatine, c= Sixty ,
I! Plckman. his wife. S K. Townaend Tho.....
: A Johns, Louise Edwards. X>eories: In- Honk' E. S Ellsworth Hsttie. A. Ells.I This Is a wondreful opportunity. g -

,, I Man, Alice Fernnndei Merrill Ktitch, I I -.'1'o"' C. >......... L C Ament. loran _, : I I
Il. Beverly Cady. J. D. Griffin, Louise''j SeourT Kiln F.'fasliRtl. roc n. Ii:. F. PM." r j The first money Orover Cleveland ever

.i'R t.' Manhburn. Ben Sternbeir. Joe Brown I', "fsrtlow.u W Joseph H Jackson Pearson.\aron 8 Register F Gardiner. W., Mt H.. Remember the sale begins Friday Dec 11th and :[: earned was from his uncle Lewis F. Allen.

Glenn >. Rae W. W Moore Jack Williama [}
McMillan.: Eloise Ritch. Allen ends January 1st.
Llsaie C Smith. W J. R. Mar G'; He got sixty dollars for six weeks' work
t' 'I", Long Vera Claire' Robinson, Hazel tin. E.: Stronn .l W t.. \:=: EmeliX.LMnnun. .- !.. ,. [} ,i
k : Adkins June Sullen Elridee\ Robin- W W. Tumblin and U D Wall. 4 1'tr'1a' [G} helping to compile a book. He banked

4 a Ben Evelyn Stump Paul Knight and I t to and the N.failure C Mutt of the and said U. C.corporations owing.1... t.. [G}: : the money in Buffalo N. Y. I II

} ; Betty Sunders. officers or appoint airesits, sod nwlsW to the .' [}

r. -- I failure of .a d eorpoc.rlnns to have within \ .... ........ [G} I Rid you bank the first money ybU :
NOTICE t tit.' Scab Florida an officer or snot. knowni [}
." ,"" i him upon whom pr cr.. can be erved and [Gi}; I earned ? Are you banking" your money I Ii
that aid summon In Chancery cannot be served -
G Ii l" s Starke. Kfa. )"It>c. 2S. t92"Wherea > | upon the other defendants named in said [} now?
I lip \k, *. the lift>ned physicians I sunin" KI. wheee residence. la stated as unn I
a Q
< wm. .. neither" of them can be found in said
....1} surgeons of Bradford (county state of Florida, have never entered mown tti him:
And it appearing to the Court that process
t into a protective and construetlvvscale cannot .be served upon said corporations for fLl Ranking of all kinds

of prices and fees for their pro- I failure of the .aid ..."...,........ to elect. of- Marguerite'SHOPPE S i
"e> rs nr appoint Meats, or to have vsithia the ] S
fessional services, but have each main. State of Florida. a known office, ar ....... .
; tained individual prices and fees for upon whom proeevs can be served and there. ] ,
1 their individual beinir. no known person In the. State of Fher ] .
rffsjwt'vi. pr"feui'Chsl i
1 Ida. the service of a summons in Chanceryi
'r services, often times to their own detriment *on whom ..1 bind the said corporations
">, either of them : Bradford Banl
and to the detriment nf their And it further appearing from the ..wontI cc County

contemporaries_ |I I bill of complaint fund. In tkla cause and
t' And ,.whereas the said licensed physicians the return of the sheriff on the .f"1 [} Bradford County' Financial Stronghold
Chancery in this cause that none of the
and sunretfis! recognizing the fendant .heretofore named can be served for I I I- 1 FLA
b EaUbliihed 1889 STARKE
value of co-operation among them- the reason that they" cannot .be (found. and
It la believed. .by the eornplslnant that the' ,





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' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1925 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.,. -. .- -- .. _. ... -. ,*
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.. I daughters Louise and Mary, of i \, to be wilt resistant and adapted to I TRAIN SChEDULE ::t

', Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon this section. Also have some King New schedule is effective 18.01 a. [
!, with Sirs Josephine Edwards on Improved. This is a very early variety m., December 6th 192.1; and trains will
I Madison Street. fENT-A-WORD of cotton and burrs are very!' run an fill lows:
Bits of LocalInformation tough and I find that it makes' before No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due f
I. the main attack of the boll weevil .
R. II. Green, of Brooker, has on dlsI -i| SUrke. 12:30: a. m.
I play at the Telegraph office severalcans whim properly planted! and rul- No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa duo iJ,

of fine cane syrup. :Mr. Green' tivated. See A. I). Andrews, R. i- Starke. 12'.47p.' in. '

uses an attractive label on his product furd, Fla. 121121. No. 303 JauV/ nvIlte to Vest Palm
Concerning Our People, Business and JIJ I I and states he has. no trouble disposingof FOR SAI.K:-Missionary strawberry Bench Uio Starko, 10.02; a. m. t

Progrea of the County and Town. -.p all\ he can make at gqo d 1 prices. plants, $2.50 per thousand. I UoyKaKh I No. IIS Ji>rkm..)vilie to St. Petersburg -
j : -- I Hampton. Fla. f"'P'" !! : : ': due Stark, 12.22 a. m.
12-4.2t.\\ '
lj I I Four" color lithoyraphed! syrup label I WANTED-Liiihtwooil any No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key due

-- printed with your name and complying N. R. Hull Starke. St 'rke. 5:11: p. m.
Lee Morgan, of Plant City, was here :acesst., U. ... e...""., w. i. uIla .. with the law full length and half I No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville

du-ing last weekend.E. I _: .is. ?,,...- ;,size: at the Telegraph office. WANTED-Family" to look after dairy WANTED dui Starko, 8:47: a. m.
."_. ."J .....t-a. _. .:.. ot..... Farm. I I, and do farm work. Good house. No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due
W. Hayes spent Monday in Green II I The many friends of Cleo Shepard" ), Warces at dairy and share crop or Starke. ,1:28: a. m.
Cove Springs attending to business.Messrs. rt"d;' ; Mrs. Gi 1. C >IVn.. rf .- ':- who fell last week and suffered a cut < Green's Nn. -I Tampa to Jacksonville, Starke
-. '.p-- ?...,.L (i. ,. ?':.,..?' the leg on whl.-*' r'e stitches were taken,1]I'I, waves Dairy on, Apply 12-4-tf. I.'JO$ : ) p. m. I

Anderson and Pearce of La,'- home ot Mr. and Sire T. S. Williams. are glad to know that she is rapidly No. :304> Tampa to Jacksonville! dun

I tey were in Starke Wednesday.New recovering at the horne of her sister.'I TOR SALE-Good farm on New River. Sturkv, 0:00: p. m.

Mr. and Mrs. Peeler of Gainesville J :Mrs. C. A. Knight. I II I ISO acres on Lake City-Pi"latk Stnrko and Wannee Drnnch.
goods arriving at Johnson' spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.T. !'I Palatka highway Ono cow, one I "Coral laMi'K; \ ) "' going to open an No. !101 leaves Strike 7-IO: a. m.
Cash Store almost every Cay.: S. Williams, on Cherry Street. I 300 bunheN No. 102 arrives Starko' :3:15: p. m.
The many friends" of :Mr! R. A.Weeks .! horse, farm implements, .!. I office in your city at once and would T. J. GItU'Fl.r.went

Meet Santa Claus at Johnson'. Cash Miss Amelia Ray tins accepted the who has been in Riverside corn. All to sell together. W. T. I T, J, GRIFFIN
Store. position of stenographer in the law Hospital. for the past two weeks are Turner, Lake Butler Flo. I be glad to let in touch with any""c' Agent.

office of Col. D. E. Knight. glad to learn that she has recovered here I SALE-':1/BO acre farm 80 acresin I who would be interested in handling\ ----.
Everybody likes to trade at John. sufficiently that she was brought fenced. 7 Winter llavn-270,000 square. :yardsasphalt
son's Cash Store. The Starke ministerial associationwill Saturday, where she has apartments cultivation other acres outbuildings the local! office. For further Information will ,Inlaid 1 on various city

meet next Monday\ at 10:30: a. m. at the Hull residence. I room:M I miles house southwest barn of Lawtey, 8.. and! personal I interview wire or "
Thos. Oldham, of Graham, was in at the Methodist church.Mr. "of road 13. Apply [
mile west state I
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town Thursday. II I I, The circle of the Woman's \Missirtiary K L. Crews, Rout, 1, Dox 7fi. write I. A. Ntfrrix District m imn<>r. ;
'. Elmer MeCreary of the Mc- Society of the Baptist ('hurch'l j 11.20.itFOR :! MIlltD IN ItMINUIS.S
Mrs.! Geo. Roberts, of Lawtey was Creary Publishing Company, Gainesville ', will meet Monday! afternoon, h.,., I Coral Gables attic,. .Iul'ksnn\'alt. S!

in town :Monday afternoon. was, a visitor here Friday. i at 2:30: nt the home of Mrs. W. J. Hpi to- SALE-Two Ford touring earn, Florida." II t'L.C a SITIGiQg
i person The Women have planned I condl.
one Ford truck all in Rood
Mayor Bryan of Lawtey, was in Syrup labels, all kinds and sizes, at do some special sewing and all womenof Davis. II cola .o rs
the office. the church urged to be present. tion. Qulirleyaml I From SITICir>? nn .". .
town Tuesday.J. Telegraph < are .ttP rc D. ;danin
I I Overland! ;-=.........;,",",.. ',' _-.. ,:,,- 'IIKI.I/S nun; sroitt:
'I l.OST-Elvln watch with a..rwnr
T. :Moore, Wednesday. C., is here visiting' her mother Mrs. to Starke Friday. Mr. Green is one Quigley, SUrke. i

E. F. Johns. I i r>f the .successful farmers of that sec i

Kuyour bicycle for Xma tion, and brought a sample of syrup SALK Well-rooted roses.'nlso I I Battery ChargingS
from Merton Clark.: !Miss Marguerite/ Shriver and Cora to the Telegraph office which he hu FOR cut flowers.- :Mrs. T. P. \Va11. 1 Rose-' ,
Calhoiyn, were visitors to Jacksonvillelust made. I
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a Col. and :Mrs D. E. Knight were Thursday. mere ,
R. Borpfin of Keystone heights, Hours Service
visitors Jacksonville Saturday. -
to I O. W. Foster, of llenderaonville wets attending to business In Stnrki- I -
Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and little .
N. C., came M"|iday and has apartments -
p :Mrs. G. M. Inman was a visitor to daughter, of Waldo spent the week nt the home of R. S. Humphrey. Friday. I
Jacksonville Friday.L. end here with relatives. I Mr. Foster has visited here .several' Guaranteed Service and Satisfaction
J.OST-Lnr/c'> bunch of keys, In Stnrke I

II. Partridge, of Luke City was :Miss Ponder is assisting l PostmasterHull : who times are and glad has to many welcome friends him .back hero to or on road home. Reward' If r..turn.1 thin Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone: 87STERN'S
: or leave nt
transm'tinir' business here Friday. in the post office during the pd to J.
our city. Its I .
rush. office.
holiday I 1 _____ ___ _.,
Thomas Turner was a business visitor I ---- -- GARAGE
to Tampa last week. Mr. and :Mirt. E. J. Ward and son, The Sunday's Issue of the Florida! FOR SALK Carmen and Champion!
Delbert of Brooker were visitors to Times-Union carries a list i>f the I Iyearrape vines, $15 per hundred
Joe Wainwright, of Jacksonvillespent Starke Saturday. students from the State College: for !; Inland Wnkcfield cabbage,
last weekend in the City. I Women, Tallahassee\ ,who attended the I plants $1.50 per thousand; rutabaga I I
George DoBel who is attending the Baptist Conference in Gainesville, Dec.' plants $1 per thousand. : ;

!Mrs. Vance Russ, and three sons, U. of F., spent the weekend here with 1-7, among them wall a Starkr girl Letsch. It. F. 1) Starke. It*C'I I
of Brooker, were in town Saturday.C. his mother :Mrs. D. 1. Aimes. I :Miss Blanche Alderman. J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE .
I LOST-Hampshire( brood sow, no

C. Clarke of :Manatee, was transacting !Mr. and :Mrs.' J. H. Ritch spent Sunday A collision between an automobile marks, black and white stripes I I
business here last week. afternoon with !Mr. and Mrs. R. horse happened Saturday after- around body. Reward for return to :
A. Weeks at Brooker.Mrs. and C. Letsch It. F. D. Starko. It* !
noon when Tom Ayer turned his horse I
Groceries, fruits vegetables, Hull's\ off the highway into Eleventh street I I
Store. : Iva T. Sprinkle Editor Union I FOR SALE Cotton seed. I have at AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
of driven
directly in front a cur byJoseph I bushels. of i
Times Lake Butler in Kin at Ralford
County was my
Malpns.: one was injured
Harvey Long, of Waldo was in town Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. : but IK. i is. undttrstftid" the vehicles and I selected cotton. Part Toolo of the claimed seed STARKE'FLA.;
during the weekend.J. !. horse suffered slightly. are Covington Early \
and Mrs.: P. M. Barefoot and I
E. Adkins of New River was. in daughters spent Sunday with relatives Davenport-City votes to Install I I
Contracts for deeds chattel mortgage white I lighting system. ,
town Saturday. in Sanderson. way ., ,
I blanks option contracts war. I t --r-r' t
ranty deeds retain tltlenote, turpentine A TONI --_- ,
Tho C. Cole, of East Greenwich Irving Wershaw, of Jacksonville ,
Rhode Inland spent Tuesday in town. was transcacting business here Mon- lenses, etc., for sale at the I, drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores OltI.TCIIWmtllIDCl: mlOOJr.JCllwmmmmmmdJmClltiUllCIIWQwwmwmmwIIIWCIIWOIGJlWmc I ::>mCD>mllJl'Ja'

day. ,Telegraph office. I II : Energy! and Vitality by Purifying! and I 2lieginning

1) Boroe. of Jacksonville\ was transacting I I II Enriching the BI!'>od. When you reel his
business here Wednesday. Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- The many friends of Mrs. G. W. S'I I strengthening invigorating| | rlTuct, see huw Wood Wanted
i Ware, ol Worthington Springs, will
graph office. ', It brings! color to the checks and how
Mr. and !Mrs. C. D. Shank of Jack. regret to learn of her death wechw"-I' It improves the appetite You( will then
sonville, spent the weekend with her :Messrs. A. A. Durden J. E. Stryfcer day afternoon at her home. > appreciate its true tonic value

mother :Mrs. Lillie Lewis. and Arthur I. Gould, of Hamptonwere survived! by her dughter, Mrs! Warren I drove's Tasteless chill Tonic U simply October: lfolt., we will pay $6.00) per Cord
transacting business here Wed- Wallace. Funeral services were I I
--- Iron and Qulnliio sent) ondtsl In syrup. bopltunant first class' four foot light. .I
Senator Miller and! J. E. Larson, of nesday afternoon. 'conducted Friday morning nt 10 even children like It. The blood P. O. 13. Jacksonville for !

Keystone Heights were business visitors I o'clock. : need. UUIM.NE t.) Purify it and IRON to wood suitable for retort purposes!' and four foot oak

to Starke :Monday. I Mesdames T. S. Williams H. A. Gulp; It, Destroys Malarial Henna and wood, $5.00: icr cord, I"'. O. II. Jacksonville.We .
1 Tucker W. E. Davis and E. L. Browne, Dr. and :Mrs. J. J. Bullen left on I Grip iti'fuu l>y its Strentitheiiinil. Invigorating -

Attorney Broome of Gainesville, I I, spent last Friday afternoon in Gaines. Sunday to spend the week in Tampa. Effect fide. purchase wood twelve!' month In the year anil always endeavor
was among the visitors to Starke :Monday vi1e.I \ The Florida Baptist Convention meetiin
and make returns promptly.
to give full measurement
and Tuesday.American the great First Baptist. church
I I !Mr. and :Mrs. Jas. F. Purvis, of St. building, and upon the sessions of this PAINTINGFinished When making shipments mail us copy of your bill of lading.

fence wire, Hull's Store. Petersburg were overnight visiles at convention Dr. and Mrs. Bullen attend I

,, the home of Sheriff and.)lrs. Epper.son ,as delegates from the Baptist churchin contract painter' win also do
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Prof. S. S. Dowling has had his ,,, Tuesday. Starke. repair work in connection with panning. Florida Wood Products Co.
residence on Walnut street repalre.J'and i iII I I I'
painted. i II M. G. Langford spent the first of S
the week in Gainesville on business (. All work satUfactorlly guaranteed. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

R. F. Demorest is spending this i I with The Florida Land Buyers with
week in Jacksonville attendng to busi which offices he is connected. J. J. Hall QCIJDJICWI7IDIII@mOt W W CllmmmmmCllC1lDCllcnWQrwmc.1OCDIIImwmwlOOICIIaKllmm.n""a
ness. I For
Train schedules on the SeaboardAir .. .
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:Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell and Line changed again last Sunday.The Box 674 To Cur. a Cold in ..... cry I i I ;; Uay .
corrected schedule is carried in r... LAXATIVE. liKOMO QUININE IT.M.rsi. .VITII I'Kf'SIN": l, ", 'lnll-' ,
Wednesdayin "LAX-I' 'IS n nr
Mrs. H. Young spent STAnKE.o'I.OIUUA m,,,*the (...."h and H*.fJnf-hit ami wotktufftdilil. .
Jacksonvile. this issue. ChristmasFIREWORKS : K W (1KOVKS! illinium, un".rh boa, :Tar lircpiiri-'lSyup'riuiii! ; ..'sou'.e for I I a haw,'
,I JII tlpatlulI. It relieves promptly and
Powell has about I H I.| 'uld l b. taken reilulurly/ for 14 to :21 Jays
Sewing machines $1.00 Johnson'sCash Charley completedthe mmmmmmwmmCDIsIQQCIII':: i .tlon. llSiimuluiesanil
to induceraitulurui/
Store. Buy one for the little blrl. erection of a bungalow on his prop I I COFFINS & CASKETS I Ketfulnteit. Very I'leanont lo Tu."". SUe
A useful present. erty in the southern part of town, and FRUITS For Sate."- orr Ixiitle.
will occupy it with his family.Mr. I And a Foil Line ..1Und.

llnvrny, folks, where are you goingso NUTS CHOCOLATES, SUB-DIVISION OF 22 LOTSOn *.,.,,_..' Supplit.
early ? We are Coins to Johnson's and :Mrs. Howard Shelldrake, Within City Limit of
Cash Store for our Xmas toys. of Philadelphia Pa., are visiting Mr. MAGAZINESThe I Highway AUTOMOBILE! HEARSE
Sheldrake's sister, :Mrs. A. W. Anderson. Fla. EGGS
Hampton FREE
Always on hand. The beet ser
Miss Estelle Rosenberg, of Lake :I I TC:. at the lowest prlc_ $p.-
Lake Ratter, was a visitor. here Wed- beat in fruits and All Conveniences elal attention to telegraph or- I
Bill Epperson who is employed by I
,.('-day afternoon "era. Registered Ebalsa.DeWITP .
the S. A. L. spent the week-end herewith ': Candies for the holiday

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts anJ his parent Sheriff and Mrs.: W. at the most reasonable 1 Florida KRal Estate To. C. JONES

baby, of Worthington Springs werein J. Epperson. :
town Thursday.Mrs. I i price I II Box Georgia STARKE FLA
Telegraph Macon, I ,
Legal blanks for sale at the -
L. W. Strickland and baby of office. a-'lIIc. mmcDCDDXDm aYJ4TY '

Waldo spent Thursday here with her I G. W. SNELLGROVE i ii Colds Cause Ottf and Influenza I : V L"
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Manning.: :Mrs. S. E. Brownlee <( Starke is BROMO QUININE T.bto nrnmtM '
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. V. i LAXATIVE Th... Is only Dna"Broroo QuIntM.E. I Renew Your Health I 0
I IJ cmiu fa-meri 'l
tl) i ivincrcateU
All kinds feed hay. alfalfa fertilizers Long at her home on Morris street.- W. GROVE'S Ii...o."'..oa boL ]aC I Rijjlit in .i.mty For
I II piotlmon' iW'o.
brick N. B. Hull. Times-Herald. Palatka.- by Purification
I I'rstli Reti;'awr' (Lets mi, eg.,

Gerald Middle Mrs R. F. Demorest is spending OVERYEARS from the ,nie fl'tU. Fii' epgr
Julian Canova and FOR I
will toll that 5-10
Any you that ire.11 ntt p'n/li lays
weekend week in Americus, Ga., with her
the the
ton of the U. of F., spent ,
"Perfect 1'urificution lit the System tf ll tlar
rn >
time lt co iiiy you
Mrs. O. L. Johnson,
: and
with home folks. par..nts.11' American LunchEAT '
in Nature foundation of I Kei'ulaiur ipplin t' e eye "> i i
being called there on account of the
rif! : nesrineil ar fcr.'! alone l.iHucTi't
Perfect Health. Why not
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn of Hampton illness of her mother. ",!' ** 'j' '
t I ( ititn
II ou.-H.-lf of chronic uilim-ntH: that I por
were visitors to town :Monday af.ternuv. > *, ..''t' *
haarlem oil has been a worldwide T a 'jre I f 't a V ; r
.. Judge A. V. Long of Palatka spent lire mi'Icrminiritf your vitality > I
Sunday in Starke with relatives. He AND BE IIAI'I'Y remedy for kidney,liver and Purifyon" entire system hy taking : Civet more. t the n.-ht a.y.

Edwin Larsen of Keystone Heights presided over the adjourned sessionof bladder: disorders rheumatism, nor<,""h counts! of ( lotaiq. I

t was a prominent visitor here Monday: circuit court for Union county this: COURTNEY LIEBENO lumbago and uric acid conditions.r.otJD --once or twice a week for several! I'!' 8.t PoultryRegulator

afternoon. week. eeJuf--und l n..<) haw Nature re- j Jhr;
I' Stark. Fla. M d '. nrJ1: yon v MI. I l-filth. | '
and chil Don't forget the Woman's Club bazaar : .... IT, *.*,W frail
:Mr' and Mrs. E. W. Hayes ('al. tal,.. tins of all i iv To 0,1 Cu nm nyj
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> are greatest! ..
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(Friday) "It.rT Pt '
relatives at and tonight H"A LP'" '
dren, spent Sunday with supper I .tcin purificrH. o..tI family' .. ..".,. I .. .. ,.,
Gainesvile. December llth. Bazaar opens at 2p'c1ock :;;;: I
Brooker and
p. m. Supper served at ; Tire QotaliM nat Doss Ntt' Affect Taw :cad package: containing full directions Sold and GuarantmJ if

Miss Laura Wynn, teacher in the six Woman's Club building.Mr. of It. toala and taiatlv*effnct. LAXAo correct internal trouble.stimulate vital price :35 eta. ; trial package J. W. WHITE SON
the week-end ler.- ., OI'"IMNc. (T.*...) no b* taken irjans.Three.isr All druggist Insist! 10 cts. f *. any dreg htorf. (Adv.) !I'.,&,., Fla.
Lawtey school spent by tee iL.W:CuYLn. .=or e0 oa .. has genuine GOLD MaD....
here with relatives. and Mrs. C. V. Simpson and s .. hot n original



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typical of Florida; weather conditions,I
the thought expressed is good anywhere ';

Farmers and Farming eration"In this in Is the age railed world.then against"The younger from gen all I Ideal Fertilizers High stI

sides, it behooves us to stop and think I

where some of the fault may lie and I I QualIty
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also from whence cometh the remedy.

AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Does not the fault for many of the
,ti ARTICLES FARMERS OF FAKM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDs shortcomings of our children, if short I IDEAL BRANDS have led the State for thirty years. Order early and

TO BE BEST :SUITED: TO OUR COUNTY comings they be, rest with us? And I II avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions.
if these things are to be changed, is !
I that not also a job largely up to us? I Service Organization Available to Vegetable Crotaeta
;' l'' I read editorial in which
recently an
G1KLS' CLUB CANNINCJKXIillUT : : What has this. increase meant to 1 the breaking up of the American family 1 WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida, through our'subsidiary,

,, SHOWS TilE say, :Madison County, which in 1924 j is lamented. The women have their Florida Agricultural Supply Company, the services of Dr. M. D. Leonardan ,-

) SI'LEM: WOU1I0'olE! : planted 29,780 acres to corn? It meant clubs and societies, the men their clubs:' Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute
'".' 148,900 bushels more corn. This at and now the children have their organizations ;
.Ocala,. Ha.-The value of home 50 cents per bushel meant $74,150 to to take their time when | IF TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you
r4 j demonstration training receded by the the farmers of that county, or more not in school. Most of these orgunizu-1 I the most up-to-date method of control.
it club Kirls. ot Marion county was forcibly than $35 per farm-:More than the tidns have only the best of intentions, '

ft. illustrated at the county fair here total cost to any farmer in the coun- and do good work, but the fact remains | OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request. _
I recently. In the h<|mu demorwtrution ty for five years. This increase meant that the time when the family
booth the exhibits were made up principally more than u half million bushels to the can be together\ is greatly deruced.j I I
of products of the lorlx' clubs nine counties. What would a quarterof This is especially true of the towns'

hs of the county, und these exhibits were a million dollars less have meantto and cities, but is not so typical of th"l j Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer Company
subject of some of the roost favorable the farmers, bankers and business ,country and rural sections. I
comment heard about the fair. men of these counties in 11)24\ The However, It is still important that I 1
V Mica Christine lcl'' "rron. home average Urns to each farmer in the we should take care to see that the j' Manufacturers of ]Ideal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

demonstration agent, m. delighted with nine .counties. would have been over .examples we set for our children arc I'|

"I, the results of the work among; tho $31.00 only the best, and then potisibly our ..-_ .- --,.- .. .. .
i girls. During the fair she was always work There i ill one county in the district hildren will be better.CHIUST.MAS I __ _.__ ____ -:=:-
ready to explain and praise the whose production actually decreased I --

of the KirU in cunning, sewing and three bushels per acre. This county SEAL SALli I .-- -,.
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other activities which are under her' had no agent any of the five years. '" I IAnother
i' supervision. It had 71,555 acres planted to corn Florida's", Christmas Seal quota this :I
/; The moat recent project of the> in 11)24. This meant a loss of 214- year ill :$150,000 or 15,000,000 steals at FLORIDA OLD AND,\ NEWA

1 trirl has been their conversation of G05 bushels of corn, or when figured one cent eaca.; According to Karl Leu-
I a fruit and vegetables grown on their at 50 cents per bushel, a loss of $107- man, of Orlando, director of the drive, Complete and l'p-to-Date
own places and the cunning exhibit 332.50. This was an average loss to there are a great many persona who Handbook
at the fair was outstanding. A number every farmer in the county of nearly do not wish u number of seals corespuiiding -
:,. of different products, and all of $30 per year, to say nothing of what with the amount they give.In I Reliable information regardingsoils
very hitch quality, were madu from i might have been gained if the county an effort to encourage many hab- climate, schools, churches, Wise
each of the fruits and )yuicetables such> had kept pace with her sister counties. itual buyers to their subscriptions population, roads, railroads: banks

as drstiKes, fwars, icuuvas, tomatoes, This is taking into considerationonly : tie' :u.1I'ai.c.1: mu'ntea's are issuing deposits and real estate
bean, corn, etc. one crop. Certainly if the work "Health Bonds". in denominations Every one ttf the sixty-six
of the county agents has. had this effect of $10 each, and these will be counties in Florida treated in a Man! .
COUNTY AGENTS: HELP n.i the corn crop of this territory, sent immediately on request of Fred separate cha.r; -'lh: : full page

., FARMERS WITH BUYING: it has had a like effect upon the other W. Hoyt, State Seal Sale Treasurer,

AND: SELLING: PROBLEMS j crops also. of Ja"k onvile.: map.Also a double page map showing -
This period has certainly been a "The major part of the subscriptionsmade the: locative [ the counties Every Christmas Gift bought. Every Christ

A :, UnineHville, Flu.-Helping farmers hard one for the farmer. It has beena in sections: where organized of Florida; a second double page Gift paid forand still
mas left in
4 with their buying and selling problems period( of deflation and low prices, health work is in progress," says Mr. map indicating the roads of the ready money
i' is one of the chief duties of t and many farmers have migrated Lc.iman: "is given the county officials state, hard-surfaced, semi-sur- his pocket. from his Christmas Club fund of

county agents according to reports on from this territory. In spite of all -70 per cent to the cause of tuber faced, graded and unimproved; 1925.
r if work of these agents received at this, five counties have been able to culosis. Of the balance, 20 per cent and u third double page map I

headquarters here. The agents givefarmers increase the number of farms and goes! t'> the State, and 5 per cent to showing/ the railways of Floridain
C advice and endeavor to Retthem farmers. Four of these have had the national anti-tuberculosis _cam- iteration, or to be constructed. Did he then buy unneeded luxuries? He did

to Join together and buy and men on the job the full five years I paign. Sue 8x11. 480 Pages : I not. He marched himself straight to this institut.
sell cooperatively. and the other part of the time. Four! of t'le '
members state com-
"The poultry) association at Dade of the counties that have hud county I j'I imittee I' Other who expressed! themselves were More than 100 beautiful reproductions i ion...back to the Christmas Club window.. and .
of Florida
r City nut in the county uKent's office agents have been able to Increase L>r. Ralph K.: Barnes, Jacksonville ex'ecutlve Price $2.00 includingcost scenery opened a new Xmas Club account for his 1926
L and plans were launched for the co- their farm values in spite of the do-1'I of the Florida Public Health per of copy I
operative buying of feed," says a report flation since 1919. I As-oriution, in Orlando for the day mailing. I fund.
by W. T. Nettles of Pasco coun Certainly no who travels thru
one Orlando, state I
and Sidney Ives, ,
ty. Interest in poultry Is increasing r the district would deny that the newt I director of publicity. Rufus R. WilsonPublisher WISE MAN!
injj'auro and plane were also launched I tlovelifpment which has taken place] of
J 1 Dr. has given months ,
.I for a series of meetings' during the in the last five years is in the counties i I wdrk in Barnes preliminary preparation for Orlando, Florida How about you? Are you enjoying the many
coming where the
year. county agents have been the campaign und feels that the foundation advantages of a 1925 Xmas Club fund? Are
R. 14. Whittlngton/ flay Countyagent kept steadily on the job. AGENTS WANTED ,
"Our public is coming
< spent a week recently Investigating la well laid. you making plans to join the club of 1926 ? If
the of the
to realize importance .- _
the grading, packing and I ___ _._ __
f shipping of Satsuma oranges, so that; HOME DEMONSTRATION Christmas", Seal, how it tends to ae- m not--or if you want complete information, call in
he might be able assist of' AGENTS' REPORTS .I/ ually cut dawn the mortality of In.
I to growers and let us explain in detail. Your Xmas
: by ihe ,
elligcnt, service made ossibe If: I
.. the ii !. In carload
county -ting
1 4' ._ i-! .r < how it
funds derived, and necessary here.
lot next year grows
J A committe of farmers at Orange discussed was is for this State to pll forth its best I
I I'J at the macting of the woman's Blue PrintingAnd
make health showing/
efforts to a I
Heights in Alachua county recently club at Valparaiso. Sixteen wo- with its Other achieve-
i met with the county agent/ Fred L men were present and all but one wantto commensurate I
Craft, t" make plans for buying fertilizer improve their homes and enter the ments."
cooperatively for, the spring crop. state contest. The one has already Mr. Ives was particularly enthusiastic BANK OF STARKE
"r 0, i.eon >. tnrt"r,', who recently began improved her home and over the support which the pressof !
was appointed
'rot':,; county agent work in Washington to score the others.Hillsborough Florida is giving. He said in substance Surveying I The Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
\g:>', county, has already, : lined up his work I "If the general public w'l .
", and become ci'<|imintetl with his terri Held an all-day show the same generous cooperation PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
tory. He reports that the farmers meeting in my home, at which I which our friends of the daily and
fa i are demanding a cooperative organization taught making of lamp shades and weekly papers, all doubt of a successful -

',' ant I h, H getting much encouraKemcnt polychorme work. Ten communities completion of the campaign/ maybe H. A. Lee & Co. (III'
in belpir.jr them work were represented and seven lampshades dispelled."
J this up.proving. and 30 frames, candlesticks, The campaign is now getting away l.corpor.i.dThomas
l j a wonderful success, etaoinn etc., were made. I in earnest and the directors are decldely -
The city market at Pensacolu ia I of the opinion that more local "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
proving a wonderful success, accord. Citrus-A very enthusiastic group I I effort is necessary for ultimatic success BuildingGAINESYILLE
t ing to of poultry club members have enrolled FLORIDAP.
County Agent
i W W. Green, | ,
'I who ha* been cooperating in getting for work this year. j a We Would Make It"
it established. He that Lee-Lessons in basketry featured -Use the Telegraph ant AdsBICYCLES O. Boa 121aJmolJJtnmcicnttTwimmlwaiw
says a move-
ment U now being launched by the !{the particularly week's work.interested The club in completing girls are 4r SIMON PURE AN D GEM BRANDS -

J' business men for a building to house itf fine needle and wire grass work in sot 0=0 ..oQoD "Time Tried and Crop Tested"
li and make the murk
l\\ 'f thing. a permanent time for the county fair. Dec. 1st 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Just Issued. Get

f Dude D I SUREST AID FOR same before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirements
CROP PRODl'CTION RISES IN -The local mayonniase contest Up nave delays and be ready when Fertilizer la needed. QUALITY flint FAIB
n I held in three of the local home prices PROMPT shipment.
I. AGENTSIt demonstration clubs this week provedof ii "The Ideal Xmas Gift" ii iio
is impossible to calculate the much interest. The purpose was RHEUMATIC PAIN E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
value of ah agricultural agent/ to a to encourage the women to use more I
county, says J. Lee Smith, district fruits amt vegetables in salads. $35 To $40

agent for the Agricultural Extension Voltmiu-In connection with our Always gives quick, .
Division It is near to Impo study of interior
decoration seriesof
a positive relief
.. find basis I
any upon this caneven demonstrations
f on lamp shades and
be approximated or estimated, fireplace screens to match Is being See Comfort and relief-quick and cer-
because the work of these agents is given. I [.i 1 tain-that's what thousands of rheu- '
primarily inspirational and educational. matic sufferers have
report they never
k No one can set a price on the Nassau-A thrift demonstration was Merton F. Clark failed to get from a simple home 'i WANTED

value of any service that will Inspire given recently, when many useful articles treatment. I
) j boy "I have made of rheuma
a to higher ideals to greater service were displayed showing how 0 0p "
tism, writes John
I or to greater manhood. No one many things that are ordinarily wasted U Bicycle U South King Street, Gloucester Walmsley, N.of J.23,
ran put a price on a service that helps can be used.Polk "and I have helped myself and a great
1L.1 a farmer to become more prosperous, Repairs and Accessories 0 many others. I take great pleasure in t
raise his standard of living, or make The Mother's Club has 0Q letting{ you know that Sloan's Liniment -
his family more happy. started serving hot lunches at is the best remedy I have ever
=:: 0'
the 0= I "
i Yet here are a few facts which Mr.[ Loughman school They serve! asplendid used.
Smith lunch for a very small charge. Just a little Sloan's patted on lightly
is a points out that will be a small
is measure Indicate what the county Ul'U.\L COMMON. SENSE: Back Lame and Achy? destroying-and a healing blood tide is of sent fresh tingling, germ- Parties with trucks 'contract the cutting : '

scent service means to a county in through the pain-ridden tissues. No
West Florida district, which Mr.[ dol Children Follow in The Of rubbing! It's the medicine itself that and hauling of Cypress Lath
14 lars and cents The north and Smith Footsteps The :Adrire of This Starke 1 Renident does the work.Swelling .
i '1' supervises, is composed of the 17 Their Grown- Folks Should Help' ou to (i-t Well.Do and Inflammation go down. Blocks, we to furnish the limber. Average j I

4 i counties lying west of the Suwannee (Ily Spuds Johnson.) < lIulre-r-C;; ; Almost suddenly you find yourself free
River. you backache? from painreally comfortable at last.
Corn is grown in every one Feel dizzy, nervous and haul 4 miles
depressed? Get
a bottle today and have it .
; of these It on j
t f attacked by the same insect Yee last night snow a heap Are the kidney, rcrptions irregu hand. All drug&ist85 cents.
and diseases in each county, and On the level two feet deep. lar; breaking your! rest?
climatic conditions arc similar. The Daylight time-<>lr yust! before Likely! your k'llncys. are at fault. We also buy Cypress Blocks f. b. t
un, corn crop then can be used as a baro. I started out to do my chore, have Weak kidfcys< ci'e' warning You o. I
1 meter to Indicate the value of a l'oun-I 1 My kid Gus yell-"Me: go too," You backache feel : rheumatic twng! < .
weak, tired all worn-out. cars loading point. Write or
your see
ty agent.Nine :
I I "
J say-"Snow too deep! for you, Heed the warning. Don't delay' I
of these 17 counties have bAI',| But right back he answer back: Use Doan's Pills-a stimulant dIU.//
gents without intermission for the "I can step in daddy's track." retic. to the kidneys.
f last five years, the period between Your n..ilthhnrsrel'ommend Doan's. s
the 1020 and the 192.: : government Then his mother pat his head, Here Is a Starke case: CATARRHAL
Mrs. M.! DEAFNESS'fe \
farm Cherry St., ars ,
censuses The "Bude :
average production Gus was all she said "I had
an attack of lame often
tr of corn In these nine countieswas But I know she think lots back that of caused by an ,Inflamedondltlon' i I
: more, was very when I attempted the miKoui lining >t the Euitaihlun : LUMBER MANUFACTURING
4 SI bushels per acre more in Ven we start to do dem chore. to stomp! annoYlnr felt tired and lan Tuba aW Ihn tube (is Inflamed you .
i 1924 than in 1919. All other counties Little boys go every day guid, too. I used a box: of Doan's n.ive hearlnx rumbling Unle. the sound< or Imperfect: ,
ef the district made Vere Pills and they rid of the b. Inflammation can i I.
an average increase the old man leads the way. me ailment. reduced your hearing may be destroyed .
II feel justified; In fur \. ., : COMPANY
of 1.31 bushels per acre. Five Better walk straight like a crack. recommending such HALL8 !
of these counties had agents part of I Ven boys step 'in Daddy's track. I. a worthy Price 60 remedy,, at to all others.dealers." do what, w.CATARRH claim lor It-MEDICINE na your system will
the time. In one of the counties that I of Catarrh or INHfn.n rauwnl by GAINESVILLE
ask for FLORIDA
L I simply a kidney remedyt Catarrh HALL'S CATARRH ., ,
P f f had no agent any of the time, production While I know that this poem, writ- Doan Pills -- the same that Iwrs. ha. been lucceeiful In the treatment o;- t
actually decreased three bushels ten by Sam Slade and published In t*"Hon had Frster-Mllbum: Co. Catarrh for over Forty Tear.
} Sold
Y t per acre. Michigan Club Leaders' Table I Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y. k*. ,. all drnmlri' ''
,-- is not Cheney Co., 'p O, ..l.lY

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| TIIERESSA District' I.... I NOTICE I the South half of the Southeast quarter, f
I Hai, NO' i. mas nn._-______._... useR Section 0 : .. 4
I' ----- .. ii l Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph Theressa Dec. 11.-R. M. Hersey "*. ..... "issued. duriittf month.-______ 670 In and ror tho Cuuntly of B.aror. anil tho North half of the Northwest quark
liso.. I. I saga ____uhnh- 7.11 Bla..of Florida. In Chancery and the North half of the Southeast quuart'r
was a business visitor to Starka Fri- 11t..1. .....rld N. I HREVARD r-ROPFRTIFS INCa of the Northwest quarter of Section in : North.

NOV i. mult _.uu__________ tasaa corporation organised andeiting 'Mutt quarter of th Northeast quartar of
day.Mrs. Jooe.\\".. during month __.___________ under the laws of Florida 11 : North halt. of the Northeast .
[ C. Youngblood and Mr. t Wai roots Issucrd during month _"__-- 311V.00I ComplainantC ton "tha. North half of the Southwest quarter q.

I and, Mrs. Elmer Powell and Mr. and I 111) -..c. I. "'-I ___'U"__ ---.-..- 21.SS PeekVet. i of the Northeast quarter and tha North half
r Live State NewsTOLD I I .....r..1 .<... ..iOv.'ripatt I.. al..1.Dr".d.f' I I of tlw Northweat quarter and Usa North half:
Mrs. Ben Powell and children have re- I ._ .
Nov I. 1921 __ ...._ 191.50 of Ih, South half, Ihe Northwest quarter
urned to their home here after sev- )t...II'I. .hlrln. month ____ nuu_ l.". t. ... by rubllratlenNellre I I of Section. II : o

I Warrants (I..uo during month -._._ 39.IO l.t. IN TOWN-WIP SEVEN ITt. SOUTH,
ral months in Larkins.
stay ''Ovrnlmfl .i' 11125 ...__________ IS..II to Known and Unknown Defendants R\NOt rWKNTV-ONK ill) EAST)
Arthur Jones from Palm Beach Illslrl-l' 4 Notice beret gum to C 1. Peek, resilient I I half of the North half of the North-
t a
BY OUR EXCHANGESWest wan visiting his. uncle \V. A. Jonea I Bal, Nov I. 1U2S _______.______.____ 7H.BJ I of 1''k.. ...d.rd tounlt Florida. " quarter nnd thu Southwest quarter of the
Kvcolpla' dm'Ing month nn__. __.__ 10." ..." .. known to complainlant No.h..t quarter and the Southwest quarter
Saturday. I Warmnta Issued during, month ___..- 17.91 I dead .Ih'., nnd or persons Si \M IN )
"1.... Margaret Brewster of Jnckonvillc IV.1 Dos. I. .Mil ._. .u.u_____- 120." |rlalmlng" any inlwrvi. under him' .I and .''Hi' SOUTH. RANOI T\INTV-TWO WNIIPlVlN( 1
Illilrtcl No.Kal > those certain' plecea or tracts of '. EAS'l'
Palm Beach-Geor u Dail 41, pxt"nsi% .. ruati-i.u.:IIIHIK activi.iva ...iDeL. pent the wetk-cnd with her Nov. 1. Wit( .___u____________ 81.18Jtaetlnta ,; hereinafter described parcels either ... h.i. | III 4. .

city employe, and an unidentified woman -in ...I \ ether, Capt. R. C. Hciberger. during month __._.u_______ I grantees or otherwise ,,..I .Swami., I The N.rh.1 .,u..t.r of the Northeaat qunrter .
I Warranta lasuad Cadet month _.._ .00 I (resilience unknown to .
n i : FloridaKailroad .tuarter of tho Northeast
were drowned in Jupiter Inlet Mrs. B. T. Fortner anil her daughterMrs. 111. Iteo I. inm __. ---u.-___.__ 80.IS I Company ( "mpl.', oomI t... Southeast of the Northeast quar-
.11. n.knnwI qv..e quarer
near here this afternoon. ..':.'!--?:'.;- it DoLrH\ orange, R. M. Canon, of Melrone wero I PI.'rC \.. I"" Bal Nov, IS ,_. ____ __._ _
I. 125.50 Alachua .
County Florida : David I. 1..1.I quarter. of Southweat quarter. North.I .
tauir'icM, visitors the home of Mrs. Hetty I A..lh.t
gn it ?""II: vr.t at Rlpdo.ln.. month ____....____ 10.94 I Mires, .administrator of the Ratate of Mlllaicl I rest quarter of the Southeast quarter. Smith-
Tallahassee-:Members of the house :: it t ?'I :. e.f: .c' men :1.,1! wo- Clclversettle Sunday. luu'l during month _.n__ 17.KB K I..wn. 'deceased andlor all |ter.otti rail '1""".' of Southeast quarter of SectionN'ortl'sot
Hal tiro h 11084Ilistrlcl claiming. under him In to tin. HI .
of representatives cannot under the men tourists from Georgia and South Elmo Padgett was visitorto .. .n.1
Inn.ln ..
qiiarler, of the
Southeast ,
the express provisions of the consitu- Carolina by the Commercial club host Hampton Sunday. Hal. Voi I. 1MB ._nn.._______.? 118.87 I i.i.i. h..ln.f.- r.nt. .d..ib.. ...lh..1.,,.. S h.I.Ualltyresidence d.| ""uh"rot quarter of tho quarterP .",'".
IlMHiols diirlnn month __..__.__..... ( unknown to .., i : Thnmaxt SotithiHiMt qunrtir of .h.*
for "additional during the brief visit of the I..ln..n' .
tion draw $4 day party
per I .t.
Warrant, during month _n___ KnUtht unknown anil the,
expenses" Gov. Martin advised this here. HAMPTON: I Kal 1. I.uf I. _"n__________ .__ US.37llUinct I Thom.J.. ..I.n.. (_ .' Inkn..n.nlI.I..nt t. Ice of .1..lh..o. : quarter South-list quar
Mo. 8 ., W .. H. Slarki' Southcai.1 of tho
the KII.hl. quartir Northwest .
morning; by supreme court. Hal' NIIV, 1 I. limn ._.._u__ ... 12884Hivniu In.n.. County. l Il.M. rest': 'qunrti of the Northwest quarter
West Palm Beuch Homer T. I .rl. I.-n'n 'lo.lh"1 quarter
Morrow .
Hampton Dec. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. during month _.__uUn_ ','nl .f Jacksonville. Count,. ," : A. W..I half of III..
New" York-"You may convey my aged 23: former resident of Loa ,V. A. Saxon have a new son who arylvod Warrants I.... du.l. month -.-.-- ', lainu" a resident t 1".1 ., I II loriilu 'I 1' .1 I the Houthrasl quarter' of N.rhwrt 111 quarterof
Dal live .._ ._____.__ 9tnn
J l 1" -- .n Alilerman resident .r Stork. llrudr nl .HIM.ty. Fast of
I I the
for Angeles Cal. committed suicide by December 4th. 11.8 < th..qu."r '
heartfelt appreciation naming a tlist-lrl .. IIOv Florida' iii., f the .. quarter
county after me," former Gov. AlbertW. shooting himself with a revolver in An interesting realty sale here this .,nlraft No. I. 125 .:..____....... 14.17 I C. n''r f'I".d.I H.r, 'lumliir ('ompnnyi.ltiis ."v"I'n .qunrti, !.nf. the qusrter' qunrter and the of Suet thv Soqtlt-three.

the )li..iiitp" during month ..______. _.. .. ..H.t Mimrtcr of l.u'h..l, .H ,
Gilchrlst? of (Florida told Interna bathroom of his home about 2:30: week was the large bungalow on Varrsfils .. ,durlngi month _._.. ft.25 <'i.n".I" Kmplr.l.uimxr Nurh..t quartirif
.. the of
tional News Service today from his o'clock this morning. Despondency be. Main street which was owned by C. Kill l(,.. 1..u. ____._uu_.. 134VI Clarke. Bradford Company County.with ur. "and. : Donald Aitent :west quarter.lh..1.r the quarter N.rh..t quarter.. : Norlhumt North.' ,.

bed in the hospital for ruptures and cause of ill health Is attributed as the II. Priest to Arthur I. Could who ia I I,11.1 l Sv I I. IOU liislrlcl___ .N.__.__I*_u.u. 1U8. | M.Knt M irveld-nce unknown I. ...iimnlulnanttEdward '. .. inst .quarter of nf th the,. .,. .". ... Mont
Dickorsnn .Iu..r Northwest
crippled. cause of his action. formerly of Cocoa. 35... n't. during month .___uu___.. ant whether dead 01 nllnnd I mot k"n"or I.all eumplaln.inrsnns, nf the Santa' P. lilvs'r. of H.tllim quarter.::131 1 .Nor,

Last Friday morning(, December, 4., ,, War,, iNsiud d"I'lnl month N20.50_ .1..lmlnl any in..t tinder him In and to 'rOWNStlllSKVKN, mIs 1 HOUTH.

Miami-Theodore II Mecke Jr., New York-Police of the missing M freight train No. 372 ran into freight; I Wan "". l.u.< lu.lnl No.month 11 .,_ 177811 01. ,,,' or t... of land 1 .""WJ'I'\-INF -Ml 5 EAST: and 'RANOI. Ind
'ho'ro ,
hereinafter .
bureau search nut, Nov. 1. __...____________ 814,58RiHHiits" either' h.I. sis's isees.uranUis ... a. hereby o..d I. appear
today started
said to be the scion of wealthy Phila- persons a No. 7.18 on the S. A. L. railroad about or .. r. II l I Ui< sis,,, ltli Court to answer tho
.I..n. hi
month ___ ._.
for Albert W. Gilchrist former mile north of It from .h.inl I unknown tn complainant> t K Met'. of complaint filed nitalnst you the
delphia family was nrrested at an governor tie! town. sterna tnnnth _,_ I .

exclusive hotel here last night on a of .Florida who disappeared after the information fathered that train n.W.r..h, l d"rll_ _. .. -_.-n. 9118S tlo WinbiMir.(."h"la., .. of W .Wllh.m..n.1 and iv.iy rhatlesRoberta "n. I i "iiiuned'V. ,V out.1...1D20 nn ir. the 4th day of .InnI -

charge of embezzlement it was statedat he had been visiting/ friends in J.'o. 7,18: was backing in order to Hide District. No. ItRaj known oomiilainantt and or persons claim The 1..1 County a paper
Sov. I. 19J& _________ ___ _. 811534Ric .I
u .
this city. The search was stunted. at the main ___._ ____ I Mr mi nlt t r fl'r I Mum eli Stir .f them 1..II.h..1 ( .., "o.ld. Ul h..
the xheriff's office here today. travks was partially on line >it'" during month each every j In d' to those. certain I plecea.parcels ; l I .. as the .
the request of Charles A. Finluy secretary end (engineer Young' did not discoverhat ".. "Imis Issued during month___... of traola of 'land hereinafter .Icritoul. :notice; i. :h'I'I. :be published:: for four consecutive/

W."n. ...) during month-- ..-- 1-"J..'8 .filler, n I It.. ,. .h.I..,.-.. v, atl'a ..irotltiiuUeMitrl \ Petmucolii-Five men were Instanly of the Florida state senate. the mania line was blocked in time UuJ. I MM. I. I lU28 ..n___.___..___ 11801) l ": II V\yon ( not known to .complainant \ D.. 10.4. d

killed and three were seriously injured ti avoid the wreck. The large engine I.'...., /. 1 whtthir , ,.r e'inb and'or ..I persons claim my hand and seal nf office this
Hal 1. 19115 ._.___ ._ 9800R W.TJ11
when the boiler of a small sawmill at Ure'nland-A. A. Smith 50, negro that was pulling train Nn :1)72) was .
Ponce De I.P r>, Fla., exploded yeuter. planter was instantly killed yesterday timed over unit, twelve cars derailed. Wai',miits tov.1 during month ____- 8088 certain inafter pieces described parr'i.'. either' or tracts.. heirs. devisees here W. ALDBRMAN
Clerk .
1.1.l IU- of the Circuit Court
I. 1925--------------------- 883District
day afternoon according to word received afternoon when the autniobile he '1 he damage was very great. EngineerYoung No U grantees or otherwise. : R Il..n.. (risldrnci.unknown .. I lrdr..1 County. Stale of Florida. r.

here from DcFuniuk" Springs. was driving' crashed into a passenger and his fireman made their escape ass Vov. I. 128 .____..._..___u SIS.24 ( to', Sternbcrgresidence J. C .
R'cii'ta' during month ....___..-.._ Inkn..n .ml.lalnnt. I i SRAM' II, C A. KNIGHT
train .
Sunbeam Bayard I
1 I 'id .1 D
at I.I: "
neary without serious injury.N. ; u M.or'
month .__._. 35.10 R E.I. I Deputy Clerk
... :\liami-Dude county last night| Deputies investigated A coroner's inquest II. Hull postmaster at Starke Bal.r"nl.Ui.. 1.0.0. ._dl.lno_ _h ___. _____u._ 187U and known T W..I. Il. n.atl-nco I .iind of or oaeh .,.. .I CIIAH. A. POWERSMollcltor

furnished its first victim for the new will be held by Arnold Green- wall a business visitor here lust Fri' Ulslrlrl 14*. I* .....o."I.lnlnl. ., .. them .I either I'.n.ot for fnmplalnant I2.4-6U1-I.
Bal. Nov 1. 19118 u__._.__._.__.-- 1'DJR.vilpio .lllmln. .1. --
electric chair at Raiford when Harry burg justice of the peace. during month __..___.... Ih. ..h and every In and to those certain
day.Dr. pieces. parcels or tracts of land relnafter de. NOTICE OF Stilt OF I JO, (ID RIS PERCENT
Scrimm 38 was sentenced to die for Wanuots, Issued month ._.___ 1.00 n
l\Ii of :
., .
.._ ._ .. lh'r
Dal I I.) 1. _._ _____ 17.VII
attacking four-yet-i'-old Williams fireman ..
criminally a Tampa-i laude professional visitor here this week.W. I c-ciiifi No. olherwlaet Reddish fresldimoe unknown .I Ft.tlIhIAltoNuiI

girl. was seriously injured hero lust night C' Cochran and family '1 Ral Nov. I. IIU8 _______._1______._- complainant) : andlor' .1 persons claiming nnvInterest
nccompunied Rrcitiis' month ______ ____ 211.8 under him and lo those certain Hereby nollci* Is nlvt.n that the Board of
Tallahassee Fons A Hathaway when a street cur, collided with a by ;Mrs. Josephine Sullivan mop, Wai,.innia dl.ln.. month .h._.. 4880llal pieces ,pnreels or tracts, of land hereinafter .r..I. of the Town of l.swtey. Florliltt, will

fire truck on which he was riding. tjrcd to Shooters Grow, Melrose and n... I.1"3H dl.lnl_ ___ _u..___ 186.IIIDistrl ,described either h"lr detlseia. grant..N nril\i* nalcd bids for the purchase of $JOIIIIODO ( .-
chairman of the state road department The brondside. I ,"I Nn IT or otherwise' : N..O Tirral r..I.I.... unknownto EI.I.I. 1I.h. Hinds: of the Town of
struck tho truck
left today for Miami on business in trolley Keystone: Heights last Sunday. '' i, Noi I I. 1(1.5 __. 31.91 complainant) andlor. all) persons olslmlnirHOV I.....,. U..I ."nl,. rlorlda to and
I at an Intersection, according to witnesses L. J. Wynn hns been enjoying a W.0..1.1'. IH _SO,--._ .hn_.. HsnununulliinunKvoti Interest iindi r her ,In and to those rlaln '"I iiuhidliiM "1' |lilt i>ih ,|I"\ ,"l .Innuary, ."I fl
connection with the rIght of way of and Williams standing on the |.'ts ,during month ...__.uu_ pieces, p.rm'la or tracts of land h.r.inatt.r Siiid llonds are t. dared the lath day, of
certain highway construction in that hunting; trip in Dixie county this week. Wsrrnnls, 'issued during month __ I.00Ikal described either as heirs ,devisees grantees or ,,I Uir.mWr A. U *1" and' ..r to bo In denominations
back of the truck was thrown 20 feet Irt! reports a very pleasant trip. I Her. 1 u.u uu -U.tillIllsfrlrt otherwise\ : : and all persona known or ',h.i'I I(I of II.lion ( cjanh. and lo bear
section. to the curb. I No. IS rlalmlng sir, Interest or I Interests In lniii.cst' at the rate of sU 'IUT cent annum.tnyable .
Emery Priest of Green Cove :; I
'- Springswas N... I I. Ill ...II.IT the hereinafter dtecrlheil. Innd or any part : scnil-anniinlly. on the day of
Cradenton-Donald I I. Witsanman, a business visitor hero last :Mon P.d..I." month ______.__.__ llurtof said lands lying being and situate, In "".. ...0 llecenilier of each year Ih. h In.
injuries West Palm each-The first ocean day. WsrniitN, dl.lnl during month __. .. the County of Bradford Slate of .'I..iI. which :,:: ten'si columns attached' The '. and
19. telegraph messenger died from vessel of West Palm Ovonlraft 1..lo I---------- 8 8.41. lands are more fully anil particularly, diserlbeilas Interest of said h.nd are o..b... at lie Han
he received when he was knock to enter the port RPV W. B. Hicks of Waldo will'' I. follows : liter Nat'onnl 1..k. the and the Stauiof
Beach sailed from Baltimore t< |lay HI' IK o* I'l.mirnv Item I. I II New York el"
ed from his bicycle by an automobilein will Luke Worth inlet fill his regular appointment at the I COIJNIV OP VR. HOt. |I Fractional Section 2it. .. "lm. ref,,rred .loas '.The nmi.iint of bonds offered for sato

the residential section here this af and arrive at First Baptist church next Sunday. I hsrebr certify .1. fomcltig' stale lots I. 2 'I. and 4. .....I"lnl 181.11 I acres I| s.Ml.nun 1( .n,1 the principal, of aald bonds shall'.
Sunday or Monday with a cargo of mclit or the .Int. disbursements n' fractional Northeaet quarter Section 85.1 IH. and payable '
:Miss\ Willie Fay Hick. visited I the lath day of
., 101000
ternoon. ml,. Lot funds. tit flradford founlv. for .h. Lots 1 and 2. .
building material according to the inlet ."m.llm. reforrd to as eontalnlng tleeemher' each I..I.. with 10.rt.
friends and, in Waldo this month' .if October 1IUA. I Is, true and correct lift 10 acme : fractional Fast half nf and with I 11141..r HIils ni. he accepted

Gainesville-Prof. Dean Slattle has commissioner which met today to week. i I la ""' brat of me .. .. and belief i I II,. Northwest quarter sometimes referred I.(:,I up I..n"ln... .clock p m on\ 'imrt.

of final details uf the H R as lot 1. ..ccpt n In the Hoiithwest, corner All are requlrr-d I W.
member port .
been the only unmarried arrange\ op. Dr. W. B. Parks of Ktarke was a Irofl'"slonal | Count WH'OI..t fluuorlnutndsiit of said tract .of Section 11. containinga o.r.Ihllo.. secretary the Itoard. 'of Trustees. P

the University of Florida College of ening. visitor here this week. -- .---- .
Law Staff of Instructors and ;Miss r). W. Mcvre and family of Thesa. I NOTKE west quarter. I.ulh..t qiiarlsr of the Northwest rr si| 1.000. ,... check t msde payable
Fort 'ierce-'l'he body of J. M. In Circuit County 8lnUof ( quarter : quarter of the North I In I R Ihnle, Board nf 'mis-
Spencer was the only co-ed in the law Horsey, 5-ycar-old son of Mrs. Lee visited rs.Moore's[ parents, :Mr. Florida C."r.. .l.o.U..1. west iiuarter., North. Rat quarter of the Soulh- Ices of thr Town of '..wl"". rlorldaMl I
college and unmarried. ansi Mrs. David Jones last Monday. : R. f' Dark unil Iuclna Clark, nest quarter, and the Northwest ouarter of the I bidders shall specify the time within .
who drowned .here ;Monday ufhrllon Id, eonln'nlntri '
Hersey was M. wife Southwest ouarl.r which the hlddvrs oooiply with tIle terms
Bradt'nton-lI1r. and Mrs. Van Allen afternoon was recovered yesterday G. ,V. Rhumen and family were busi- "a acres. Al!. IN TOWNSIIII-' 5 HIITI. thereof nflrr .. Illvcrn by tho said Sec.rerary p
less visitors to Starke last Saturday.I va. \NOP TWENTY-ONK 'IVIi' F.HT hl. .I of I the Hoard, of rrtistvrs that delivery
theatrical performers narrowly by city nnplnyus who had been J..""," O. Thompson .t. ..1.O.r.nd.nt ,11.1., net 71 acres ,.1 Ii,,' iMinds can he .
escaped death last night when their car searching night and day' for the boy's W. P. Alexander and, family wel'el I .I Item I. check ..r..rl 'lo eliot la lo boileiioslteil
visitors Waldo The Northeast quarter of the Houlheastquarter 5 as a vuarantee of
to last compliancewith
plunged through the rail of the Manatee body. Burial will be in Nichols, Geor. Sunday. I i Hill To Dulel Title. "..Ih..t quarter, of the Soul hour tiiuarter the ,hid .u..I..1 and In rul event of acceptance

river bridge into fifteen feet of giu. The mother offered her last $100as I: 1 TII poriowivn KNOWN ANT> im.K and the .tciuihrn-t iiuarter' of the Hiiulh.rast -I of .n" and th failure on tho
reward for the finding! of the \MPSON ( ITYTh rrHN'ONT: IN TiE ABOVE quarter of Section 10 : North h.1 of part of the hlddiir to comply, with lb. tarmsthereof
a ervi.FD Houlheast of the ..
water. TOWIT q".I. .". name shnll be .110..1 liquidated
body officials said. : .. people of our community willmeet Lnurn I II ( .' .. huahand. Samuel, D. Nnrhw.1 quarter, Knst h.1 the Southwest dninnur! and, he r.I..ln.1 I .Uuard of
tallahasste-The first Baptist rhompaon if living. If sIred theIr h.,lrs. "olh..t, ". of the Southwestoiart.r 'I"
.00 .
Sanford-The Infant daughter of Mr. nn I organize: a lluptist church lewal. nrpresenlallves assigns.', ; 8 M' Mor Ihe W.t half of the Southwestmiarterof I :::7"I ;", n of lawtiy honda are to bo lasueil
church has bought a new lock for its \ hero December 20th. The churches of ton If (ivlng and If dead h..,. h.'Ir.. legal ant th. HuKheast, quarti, of Rrctlim 2I* for I purpose of bulldlnu .. electric tlijhtpyc.tim
door and Kaliegh Jones, negro ex-con and Mrs. R W. Wood of this city was resinlatlMs i and n..lgns H. Mary Norton Moillhui'st .,iiuarter of Sb.. Northwest quarter.North In the 'town of I.awtey' Flur'lta.' and
include found dead yesterday when tho par- other town are invited to meet with II 1.ln. and I If des.l her h.I... 1..1 rcprc- half of Boulhw quarter, and !Joiiihsst I 1,. 1..1.1.. of ail electric Unlit line from
vict has decided not to UH. The children or our Sunday .e.18Iv. and assigns. : t.erlrude W. Vsn- ,His". r of the Si.iithilisl, uuarter, of Sec.tlon I """ if.I C'.iunly, Floridaf> BUrkeIliadford .
churches in his future burglar activities ents went into the room to awaken chool have 1'.1. and if d.nil hi. In.Irs. leusl. 22 : Northiast quarter of the HoulliwestquarUr ('."" ,. Florida lo got eleotrlo our-
if has other members of the family. The arranged a program which .t r*"..ntalK and assigns : ..0 all absent South half of the Southwest qiisrterof I rent Said bonds are lo ba old fur not leas
. he any will be at 10:30: a. m., lint! at 12:101:: I unknown partlsa defnnilant who may' clnlm, or Section 1M : hast: half of .the Northeastuuarter than par
baby four mths old, was found lying dinner will be linve imy rliiht title or Interest ,in the landa of Section 27. Northwest quarter, of $ail bonds a to be sold., the
Tallahassee-vTrgil!: Ross negro on the floor near the bed from spread on 'the /ground. relnsfter deacrllied : the Northeast quarter. Soulh, half, of Northeast '''I..ln. opinion,. of any ..uhl.t..nd at

sent from Alachua county in No- which it Is supposed she'had fallen a Everyone is invited tn attend and <..reetlnglruu quarter, West half of Northiast quarterof t", ..1 approving. opinion to ba paidfor
up bring well filled baskets. Church and each of you are hereby rmiulred the Northeast 'quarter. and the Northiastiiuarter I I., the purchaser who fhall ... lha at.
\eniber for life for murder escaped short time before. The body was to no and appear before th. Judire .if the Circuit of the Northwest quarter of Si-ellon 10'".". .

again today from a road camp near still warm when found.) Doctors attributed sei'vices will be Saturday night and I Court of the riiflith: .Illillclnl ('Irul of 2'S. 0.1. IN 10WNSHIP SIK uS i SOirlll. I 11. ..Id '1'."..... reserves tha right .
Sunday a. m. at eleven o'clock.\ the Slslo of Hi.rlilH/ In and for UANiK c Uli HART lent any and all
Port St. Joe a report sent today to death to a broken neck. County! on Monday. lh,. 4th day of I..ur. T\FN'I.Y.lNI I. I Hy order of the.I.1: of Trustoea ufihe
\v. S. Nabb len Fri.lnv; nillitr.... A. I>. ID'JII) in the h ,. ..f the Southeast ; 1..0
the state prison bureau. Ross escaped' ei'urt *> In cold county, Phe Ni.rth.l quart 'r town of ..1. "1.,10..
but re-catpured. Tallahassee new fad has struck West Palm Beach; where he will visit ,in Iho town of- St.rko. .11.1. .. 'to answer quarter of Section 17. fractional Nnrthrsetouarter R. R Tiirnnhslrmsn

k in September was the Florida State College for Women. his daughter Mrs. R. I,. Brown. I y the.. sworn In .1.I bi.11 of Court complaint In the e-hlhfud...... ..oauso.I..t east 0..11 of the the Foot Northwest uuarter the..N..rh.r. I { of the uf Bnard' of Pond)', Trus.tees .
.1,1'0 l.awtey. "
Tallahassee Dec. 3 Sixty-five!; adl- Tallahassee was startled, today when J. G. Wynn of Gainesville spent I by the ., named complainants.... : tlonal q".I'Southwest quarter and .n.h h.1 AtteSt l Town .Idl.

insurance companies wore lic flocks of college girls trooped Sunday'; here guest of hit sister Mrs. Thu 11..drur County Televrni.h n weekly ,', fractions! 14nth'aat uiiarter nf ftv-tlnn : I
itional pretty .... .. 1".bl.h.1 In the town of all fractional Section JH rast: half of Northeast W. R: TOIlOriKHfcretary
ensed to do business in. Florida during down from the hill wearing( variegateIcolored Delia Thomas. I n..1 ruunl. .. of rlorlda. I Is 1.k. quarter of Section f. fractional. Soth.west of the Hoard uf Trustees.
designated neospaper In which this and Ka.l half of fraetlonnl.nutheast /l.awl.y. rlorlda 1.IO.a..2.1.
the pnst it was announced here Buster Brown sox over fulllength V. \\Villiams of Stunner Is hero quarter
nutlne be half
., South
.h.1 fur four -. quarter, Suction! 27 :
"lbl.h" "n..tlw .r
state treasurer flesh hose. The effect illi. a visit with his Mrs. Josie Meekly ., 'heast .
today by J. C. Luning colored mother .; of Section 2H Southeast 'uuarler r Ih '?" NOTIf ( OUAMIHAN lAIN OF MINDHrl
and Insurance commissioner.; t of is somewhat striking and at first Hall. The lands deacrlhed In .Id bill of complaint' .iuartr of Section JO : Fast half of the I I.ANO
the tltlo to which said eomplainanta. sock'pt of Section f 'racllonalVorth
S..utheast quarter
the new companies are fire insurance glance has all the appearance of short Mr. and ;Mrs. Jim Varnes of Starke, by this suit arc .follows i half and Southwest """rter of lo'h.

concerns. socks and no hose The colors of th'socks visited relatives here Saturday after Lots 8, A. 7. S. and tt of Itlook ID of west quarter and frartlonal F.sst ._-.., Notice Is hereby gIven that on tho ( .

of the rainlio'w.' noon.I. I..n. Trohv and Company Addition' to ih, !'Ioulh half" of MorIn 'i II all fractional. of iJecsnilier A rl. IU2 8. I, the u..n.1'
run the gamut the .own of Htarke. llrailford fractional Norlh. astuuarter
CuO..II. Section' Iii : North half of Kilardlan fur Will sm Howard Miner and -
t Bunnell Dec. 2.-!Six; men were drowned F." Herrin of Fort Pierce f l M.-'hw-t uuarter, and .
spent ami fractlon r"r, M'in.'r. minors will apply to the Honoruble
,, two thousand cases of fine 1'quor!' St. Augustine-Soiling from New several days> here lust week as the llonorahlo A /. Adhi.... Judge '.nlonal South h.1 North of the S. A. I. (leorlre A Cnrillner, ounty Juiluo, forIliinlloril
.also fl. W. Alderman' Clerk and the sen) Rnllwav Section : "1,1.I IN rovVN-U"V county, Florida at his suffice In the
lost, and three men rescued following York today for mtithern waters Is the guest of relatives and friends.. .r this court 'In the City of ...h this ,.5 HOIirif.f RANl.K TWJN'rY"NI II. ::0. In Htarko. Florida. f.,r an ordor

the wreck of a schooner from the Ba- Dredge New York one of the largest Mr. and Mis.. Ralph H Pradley of filh day of Deoember, A. p. 111 1 i Eawr all fractional .....t I 1 I 'f"t sell at private' sale all the rlnht. title and

r hama Islands on the beach three miles dredges in the world which will be Hollywood spent a few days here last n I W. AM'ERMAN of North half of Northea-l. quarter all fr't of 1..nI I :mi. i rol .,f -Hid minors, 'in that certain :
Clerk of all 2 1.0. M. I of Isiid lylnii snillMrlnft In '
Circuit .5 so'
CourtHy :
t a/uth of Flagler Beach according to used. in building l.tnj fin Davis Shoves week the guest off her Grandmother ,smALl c. A. tion 31'r."n".1 Ituh I I 2, "I I ;. .. -.I' llra'fird IISM! ,.ounlv Florida desnrllied as ,.10":

:i< reports. which reached here this after big\ $">(,000,0)0) () development of D. P. Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Brud- D"O"KNIGII. UA. and I-ols. IH an.l. '.0 and an.l I.. Ihe "..1 quar r of I.. Sic (till) and
fxits A H S.
n l K 'IDA .
K .
KKTICIIT. Slarke. Fl.. I" .n" / 5 IN) of Illiick Sluleen' ll 1411 describe.
," noon. Davis in the heart of St. Augustine. ey were married December 1st, sal, Solicitor for Complainants.' 12.1.4..1.1. ," .!. r-'inML1; 811 feel t&f.. I lilat, or survey of the nrltflnel.Town of Htsrke.boiinilvd .
I :
,.\ The dredge is due to arrive here aboutDeee"ber are here on their honeymoon. ;Mrs. aide.n' r.o and all cc- followaCommanelnH :
Novr30.Engineer Paul I
Callahan 20 and will! be to work NOTICE XMUSh"I 1 I.ln'mock at the Southwest corner of
.. Bradley will be remembered here "Vtttti ansi 4
is dead and the town haJJ. jail as tot Seven I7l' of Block Sixteen 141.) and run.nlmr -
ok",, Decker at once being added to the, fleet of Miss ..:tnrae Smith. She spent most fn Court 'i and I.ot-i 2 and 4 In niork in and Lola. 2 j thence Westerly alon, Call atroetluiniy
and electric lighting plant all town records the Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Company of her 'CI..1 rd'o.1 County I.I. of ....1 4 In l.'r.k 11. and fit. 2 and 4 In HMMtK i 'I .1. Oct and three Inches, than,. North
early girl hood
t. and street working machinery, dnys here and Tho. National. Hank of Petersburg. 12 and lx.t. 2 and t In Hlock? IS, and lots ly One hundred Five' feet: thence Fasterly
which have been pumping here her mii.y friends. extend corporation' 2 and 411.a. 10 and 12 In HineS 14. and, ,..' _.. ... feet and three , the North
such as tractors and scrapers are in since December firxt I 24. 6. S. 8. 'I and 12 .".1' uMlvlslo-ia wrst corner .f 1,1.h. nf niock fttxfewn thence
ruins as a result if a fi.-e of undetermined ions.Judge 11.lnUr H C and l> of lot. in In Block lo. and ail Southerly one hiindrud Five feet to place ofbtainnintr
here 4 o' and Mrs. W. M. Rohc-rson and : Hlnck'oUefendsnl.. Block 14 escept Suh.llvlslons A, C. and I Ssld Inter.cst bdnv ,Inherited from
discovered at If Florida's
t origin, Tallahassee- young wo. f. I of U* I Also Subdivisions their. W deceased
and father H. Miner
I I ons. Edwin and Joe of Nahunta Ga. of tat. t I I I
clock this morning.MiamIEdmUntI. manhood desir's an occasional clga-1 Civil' AtloaDamagea C and l> l-nt. I. and Subdivisions' 0 B. This the I nth day of November. A. P "2a.
with her studies she mu'tnot pent several days here last week I snd of l-ol and SuMlylslons A and I WH.1 RFFIB MINFIt

: I. of New retto along guest. of his. sister Mrs. Josle hall To R and all other .,10.000.0 of lxt I ansI Lot. II and Subdivision, A of !. 0.5t-U.17.. OuardlanNOTICE
F 1..kl. half of I.OIS
seek enrollment at the Florida .ms .and tx'i lflH S S ant ,Wrnl, --- -
York arrested here by agents of the T. V. Williams spent the week-end ; lxts C. II snd F. $ .,. "" or
and ,
State College for Women Regulations| V.u and each of you will please take notice A. H In Illock TO IIEIS
deportment of justice! in conectlon n Palr.tka. guest of his sister Mrs. T. that a snit by attachment has been .InsltutedIn Nt. I IS and I... A and II and Ix.* 21 and I
of the strictest sort against smokingare '. tho Circuit of Hradford County.Htate Iand lots .. 8 and 8 l In flock IS a
with the alleged theft of airplane motors being enforced at the State College i I Ti'lina of Cu'. the National Rank of "In corner of lib and loulse. Hlieeta balmS'i hide will b* received by the Unapt
from Mitchell .Field N. Y., has :Minn. Ethel Varnes l Is spending a few I lersbiirv' .1.a corporation plaintiff and .".sin.ti In'l. JAtl..( and In ni.k Id and I... 1, 5 of Bond rru-tt-p* of Itradford County FturlHat .
for Women according to an an- ansI SuMlvl. on A and "f lot. I. In t thv off IP. nf the J-lMi-fftary of th. Board atHtarh
He clays! In : K Hinekle. .. defendant, and the follow.Ing and I
been bound over to the grand jury. nouncement by John G. Kellum business .Starke guest of relatives described .lands of said defendant lying VIln.'k' I JO, and Hloc.s .$ 2", .. 91 M. M $4. .. Florida anal 1:01: ( ..'. p. m. of

gave bond of $:;.000. lie waived ex for the institution. Jh.l'e. and Mrs. W. :M. Roberson of and being In said Hradford. (.ounty. Flor manager Nahunta Ga., and Mrs. Josie Hall and I been attache*! nndfr and or virtue of that IhH I ,I. Hallway ,In .Fa.l end "f ..m. Italy opened fur On. Flv to Tee Tin ....
amination. "There are orders against girls smok rtaln of attachment Issued In on elf. all .1.1 In Section 4. T..hp Type Tra-ftor and al.0'* tatarpillar attach
-- ing at the college. Mr. Kellum said and daulhterfltmle: motored to Hampton I rut of .rl under the hand and .aiD'.10 .I Seven 17)) "oo It.n.. Twenty-one P :.t : went for VenIson Traator.HMtlvra .
Tampa-The fate of William J. Beach Monday afternoon. Clerk/ of. ssld Court. to-wlt : "..n,._ CIty. PIoul'Ia.nmfn.flce to furnIsh eumnUta .peelftcatioos ofrtiu.pmpnt
Lawler. mysteriously missing since "and if such rules are disobeyed the -- 0 I( Tho Northeast ",..". of Section Nine.Township ,' .t ..". of r. .. *- Railway from and lam to b. eaSiest to d.rmontratfon .
offender will be summarily dealt with I I-r-r I eleven Twenty-rmo .|>po.He mile load m..k" .
the Clyde Liner Commanche burned IR S. WAKE DIES I Fast and the East loth. R..n. of Nortwestquarter Moo. and 41 fr' r" Fast ona' Th. Iffiard _.r\t. th. rltfht, 1 reJeet any
the punishment to fit the th.toarh fit feet a pointof
off ; today still remained a allowing of Northwest Section ton.Township seh 17 to and all bid.
Mayport. of crime." The announcement from Mr. 'I ---- I Six South Range.ror Twenty-two. beelanlnif : thene South 527 f.t. W.. I C. 8. ATTtlFWI*
secret following fruitless efforts Gainesville Dec 4.-Mrs. O. W That said defendant F. E Hinekle.. ..d F. 04 reel v..rlh 11 Ir..t to S A. 111.11. I Chairman
of .
the face .
police here to locate him on a rumor Kellum camp in published S Ware a well known resident of the other persons 1".0 shall appear I tho way of ,, thence 71 feet d. ..... 452 on 'I C. A. rUTCH.NOT .
Ybor reports. over the country of .steps taken saM action al of tho Clerk. the .h. said rl lvht way *57 : th. I Secretary
that he had been seen in City. Worthington. Springs of beeinntne In Section 4
died court at Htarke. County feet to point
Mjwr set aside special I
Fr >
at Bryn to .10 Southeast quarter of the r .
All the -
Wednesday night 0".d. .. the February
after A month's ill- .t of :
Tallahassee--Governor Matrin yes- "rest rooms' for girl students. to use !. 1DM. or judgment will be entered .jalatyOO. A \. Railway and the N.rht ,I'mrler half of KB TO IE/TfRI AND CRF"IOR"
v nose at the ace of sixty-five yearn the Southwest quarter and ". l"th
terday returned' without his signature to smoke in. The funeral 'lvetl under'my. hand and official cool I atHlarke Ihe Southwest quarter and the F..t half of
service (
held U
wan Friday Notice hfTi-hv when that all ' .
--- .f quarter
house bill No. 46 which sought to Bradford Court. Slat of Florida the .. quarter I. K".h..1 .
Norh. and all .
-Use the Telegraph Want Ad*- morning at 10 o'clock ansi' intermentttPrnvidence I this 2nd day of l.eembr.1t525.Clerk .. 2 or Norb.. .u.r. I. d'.tibul. prnon
amcni J the laws of 1925 relating to the o" frar.i..nal.c W f Northeast .... oll. of A. J. Dnrit-n.
bitnrds of bond trustees I cemetery. f.W AtDFRMAN l h.I. of 4vmf are beech, 1. t present the
of lylnaNorth w.t
abolishing Court. quarter
duly htvntf.-at.rfl' the Costa .
No Worm In Healthy Child : .., "'iat .f Sampx.n t
for a j Bradford Horida _t. as .r"n. ei.
In Brevard county and providing amJrralNTar.nrNrscs !: Cauft, Section 4 J..1"* of Bracifitrd (ounty. rlord. withincrv. ,
of funds held by them. All children tumbled with Worms bavo an u.koaJlhy IIRPOItT W J FPFFRSONSheriff cept sold. In of the Southeast quai.rescept .. .*... .. lhi. notte cii| ..h |'r> bar
disposition color, wbfcu n-dfcatoa poor blood.Dd..anil. B.o.o County. Not" .u.r.. Southeast corner 1k. t... And al... |ln'iibt.'l maid .
.. tbero la more or loaa oumuKh UistiubarCBOVE -*). i .u..rI..t' Ana-trial, ststmMof lt. )ld.. 12-4-9V1-J9. acres of the South half of th. $oulh. tquarur '* a."(|,. pay their Raid debts forth
Gainesville-County Engineer Henry '3 TASTELESS: TON 1C tlvAsn re ulart> ,' Novc-mbor ooontv. a"hoo.| fund far tbo month of -- 5oth half of II'.' qaarter and I the East with, to the iindiTNl.fn..d a lmlniatratr t.i..

L. Baker reports the embargo on tar two or three _loa will enrich the blood toprov I I IMS.l_-_. ..I1..- a>s4! Pile Cured 14 Day half of Northwest quarter of tha _.h 1'h. tb* l-ih MRS.. day of Ot IRYDPN.l0.104t.U.U 11520. .
and lb." ctksiandact s,1 m.Gc-neral Sonwut I ".1 Vov. I. 192J Oat quarter of _uon I aLIZAIC'nt 4L
road materials has been lifted ___ 'CI'f.U .
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suing Took to the wbotc system, will thee fWcflpta, durIng month _.._ftlAfl 41 1&' N"th.t quarter of the Northeast quarter .--.<
23 cars of lime rock have arrived threw 011 or dupeS the' eae__ mud JvCMIrisrlU .Mto Warranta ....,.., durlncjf month.Sirnl.SI 1 Plica. Inetaotly relsrvea. 'Piles and vwa of 1Nur.... It Wan Ad
which will rive new Impetus to the poriact boatto. P-s-wu-t to ttfcc. too par....... Bal Itrt I. im -._? 11/50.11 ceo S restful sleep alt-f l>sl spplkaHoo. Me. I .. quarter ol South.ssl ".t, and I I th. Telegraph ,-



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peroids. You and each of you are hereby. required. on the 4th day. of January A. D. I92o, In silt of Section .
r the two corner Fourteen and run Wt thereon on the 11th day .of January, A. D.
Btaoford County Telegraph But the gift itself was secondary to. to be and appear before the Judge of the the court. houns In said county In the town th.1 BUS ft. to a post. North 866 ft. to s oral Eat IBM.
cult Court of the HUi Judicial Circuit CI"I Stark. Florid to .".w.. a worn bill M5 ft. to a post on Section line thence South .
--. the spirit of the giver. Somehow ,the State of florid*. ID and for .. vimDiaInt exhibited in acid court In the SHU ft. to point of beginning, Bee. 14, Township Wltnes my. official signature and sal thl
-- can't help believing County. Florida on the 4th dar. of January entitled cause by. th. .complainant. W. ". D, South Range 20 East s .c..... the 9th day of December" A. D. 1 every grown-up j A. D. 192A at the oourt ho.... In said county The Bradford County Telegraph a weekly. W. ALDERMANClerk
Published weekly and entered as the Christmas dinners of those days In the town of Stark. Florida, to anawer a newspaper published In the town of Starke, The Mid land being suenaed st the date of Circuit Court Bradford
at the post superior. The Christmas eve enertttinment worn bill of eomplalnt exhibited sgmjnt. you. I Bradford County, Florida I I. hereby d.*iunatsd I the liausnee. of such certificate In the name. of County Florida.
matter Unknown
were Unless ..
: second class In laid hurt by the above named complainant, a the newspaper ,In which thla aotie..hall said certificate shall be I By O. A. KNIGHT
office at Starke, Florida. at the church was an enJoyable \ M (1. I.anaford.Tha he published for four con *cutlv. weekly ieue I redeemed according to law tax deed will l.aue lii-11-Ct-l-S Deputy Clerk

__ .__ I' as' the modern movie. And Bradford County Telegraph a tinklynowm.per *. I -
,,, ==
= I I i publliihed Inh.. town nf gtsrke. The land described, In said bill of complaint
t. 8. MATTHEWS.______._____.____.Ownr. the ride in a cutter over the deep i'i; llrailford County, Florida la hereby.dealgnsted the title to which the aid complainanteek '
snow beat the auto-trip of 1925. a* the newspaper. In whloh this notice .h.ll! to quiet and to remove cloud therefrom
I. C. ROBINSON.----Maaeging Mlts I I be published for four.ooflaeeutlv* w...... sr* an follow, to-wlt:
-0- "rue land, amcribed. in *sia bill of complaint Th* fractional Wait half of section (8. I ITown.hlp =*_*""'**"..0G ....-*. .for..OG '
FLORIDA "WILL COME" THROtUU In ald caw. to whloh complainant seek to 7. South Rann gl Eat ..- I ((( oGO
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY inlet, title and removs cloud sre ss follow, to- dept the Southwest quarter. of the North. n
I "wit: went qu.rt.rh......', which landa embrace 0 D
!. i I Very encouraging indeed, are the i: ter of the Northeast quarter Section It Lot X. 8. 8 and 5 of uld Section township '
., KATE honest expressions of Florida's friends The E..., half of th. Southwest Cjuar- and Range and also the Wt half
SUBSCRIPTION well-wishers. Florida people are ToirnMhip 8 South ratine 22 Est, or lota I uf the Southwest quarter of tb. North. I
and j I ID and so of Robert M. Smith's .aubdlv.i emit quarter of said Section, townahlp and
I Per Year _________________ **-50 not alarmed because of unprecedented! i Lion of Maid fteetion.. Iowa.hip and rang Rnnic. Men Like Practical !
a* recorded, In public record of Bradford Wltnes the Honorable A Z. Adklna. I Ia Things
Six Months ___________________ I60Mo. prosperity that has come to this state I County. Florida and eontalslng 20 ..... also O. W. Alderman Clerk and th'ud".1

', ._.. -- and that gives every reasonable Indication more or lee, of thin Court In the City. of SUi..... Florida, '. o U
r, of abiding permanently. How Wltnee. the Honorable A. Z. AdklR., Judge, thin 5th day of December, A. O. 1U28. I'
: 1 *. also 0 W. Alderman Clerk and the real!.1I
4 r '- ever there are those who stand afar i I of this court I"h.* City of Stark. Florid Clerk of Circuit Court iP e eI
I j' ,nil and are afraid of what i" going to I this 5th day of December, A. D. 11125. I SEAL) I

happen to Florida. At least they pre- i, O. W. ALDERMAN D. E. KNIGHT Stark.. Florida I n
Clerk Circuit Court I
Solicitor for Complainant 12-ll-4t-l.l j
tend to be alarmed. More than likely 1 By C. A. KNIOKT For that reason give him something lie can wear.

Ii they are Inure concerned about what I I I(>SEAL. E. KNIGHT.) SUrke. Flo Deputy Clerk ,NOTICE IINDEK OF APPLICATION HRCTION 575 FOR OF TAX THE: DEED II This store is filled with things for men and you are
IB happen( .to their own people in Solicitor for Complainant

states where Florida makes such a GENERAL STATUTES i 0 sure to please him when you buy here because they
.,j NOTICE .
to threaten partial I Notice In hereby given that I. W. I'lnholnter. 0
,. strung appeal removal In Circuit Court. Bradford' County. Stateof Jr.. purchAner of Tax Certificate No. 2. dated I JJ are just what he would buy for himself. 0
i"" occasioned by
Florida. In the Ird day of July A. D. 'HUJ. haa filed acid .
of citizens of those states to the Sun- K. Knight Chancery.D. certificate In my office and h.. mad application 0i
for tax deed to Issue In accordance with
4t>:54 Complainant
shine State.It | l InnSaki. certificate embrace thu following

I, (Membership in National III"bw.r is eiu-outuging, for Florida people Benjamin 've.Kite, et al.. described property, .Itut.", ,, In Bradford I i

Association) therefore, when such a conservative -I Defendant County Florida, twit I I
Bat: half of Northeast quarter or Northesnt -
: To the following. known and unknown defendant -
and influential newspaper us the I In the above lylod eauiie ""-..It: quarter, Section" 12 Township 7. South
GUNo11: KA1KOKO Cincinnati Enquirer sees no occasionfor Millard P Drown If living, and If dead Range 19 East 20 acre. o
I The old land being aiwetflcd at the data' of 0
I ,
alarm because of what is taking legal rpprenentatlvea and aiuilgnn. the ....unn... of ouch certificate In the name i
Benjamin Kite. If living, and if dead hi
Armed guards must now let their ,, I of A. G. Gowtm. Unless aid certificate ahallhe p
dangerto .
Florida no .
place in sees even heir, legal rcpreaentatlve and .1""*
1 rifle gleam in the sun at Raiford this state because of such enormous heir Cone, legal Crosby ropreMentstive.., If living' and and If SMtlgn.Volney dead.,. his t..e( redeemed thereon according on the llth to day law of tax January deed will A. Ill l I Gift Suggestions For a Man
and others I *.
soi'ioloiristw D. 102
regarded by now is in evidence. The
propscnty us J. Shlpmsn. If living and If deed "d'
a* America's model! prison for some Enquirer makes note of the fact that I his heir, treat .relireflentntlvea end .,.1"".. the Witness IIlh day my of official December.signature A. D. I(12ft.G. .( seal this
Henry Talblrd. If living\ and If dead his .
time "Florida is nut the first state to have I, W. ALDERMAN
hairs I It-nil" miroaentstlvM' and assign, ; and
t. .+((1 Standing almost alone In the country such u boom accompanied by wild all atwnt, unknown partita defendant. who Clerk Circuit County Court. FloridaBy Bradford.

,,i tho honor system wan used, and speculation admittedly injurious and cut mnv In have and or to claim the Innd any hereinafter right, title described or Inter. C. A. KNIGHT5211wetlS jj Neckties Sweaters House Coats 0

/1/ prisoners were left to roam about more or less a hindrance to the! honest Greeting.t Deputy Clerk. Bath Robes Gloves Mufflers D

and return to tho barracks at night main purpose," and then adds that "of- You and tech of you are. hereby required.. to o
be and appear before the sludge nf the Clr. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED o
I after their work was done. This dream ficials of Florida have not been blind i cult Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of UNDER: SECTION: 175 OP TUB n Handkerchiefs Belts Suspenders
shattered. With the rush to the State of Florida in and for Bradford
f has been ed to this and are doing what they can GENERAL STATUTES
7 burden I j County on me 4th day of January, A. D. 1026, Pajamas Socks Shirts
influx of the
Florida and the to stem the gambling tide that has
t nfc the court house In Maid county In the town J
I ed criminal conditions have been flowed in them." of Starku' Florida' to answer a sworn bill of Notice I I. hereby given that Mr*. V. E. Sapp, U
i upon : liurchniier of Tax U
1 complaint i exhibited: : by the ald complainant. certificate No. 86. dated. the
changed.: I The Cincinnati; newspaper. then proceeds ''In the above entitled cause against ,..ot- and 7th day of June A. D. boon has filed will certificate o
?; The easy going/ "cracker" and the to with the utmost justification t arh of you. In my office and hn* made application 0
say .
for tax deed U) bauc i 111 aifoi, 'dance with law D
I The Bradford Telegraph weeklynewspaper
indolent negro who formerly constiut- all fair-minded a Sn d certificate D
that which per- published in the town of Starke. embrace the following de- o
ed the majority of tho inmates of sons recognize is the truth. It says: Bradford County. Florida. I I. hereby drfllgnHtvd. crlbed property, situated In Bradford. County. 0

g1 the prison were men vho were ordinarily I Florida, like the forty-seven other ., a he* the publliihed newMpaner for four In whloh consecutive this notice weekly. nhHll l I.- r'liirldn./ towittBeginning at s poet 888 ft. North of South- 0 You are invited to bring your Men's List here. We n

? ': strniirht, but who had commit- states of the Union has resources for I I Hlltl will be Very: glad to help yoirplease him.
'. teed .some crime in the heat of past ilcvelpoment. The boosters of 1025 1 The lAnd. flrMcrlnrd In the said. hill of complaint To Stop u Cough
1 Quick
exhibited) vainMt yon In said cause u
sion. are not the discoverers of those re by said complainaiU. to title to which complnlimnl take HAYES' HEALING U
'hr! The professional criminal Is beginning sources. Flugler and Plant recognizedtheir Meek to nulet and to remove cloud cough medicine HONEY a a
which the
thf-n-from IM a* follow, to-wlt i stops cough by 0
to have his name Inscribed on potentialities long ago. Neither South half of North East quarter of Section healing the i.illamed and Irritated tissues.A o 0

tau 1 the records. was a speculator or a gambler. They Six ((61, Townahlp Seven ((7)) South RangeTwrntyone box of GHOVE'S OPF.TRTE
1211 Fa: .\. lying and being In
Prison reform seems to work under hud visions yet are not to bo classed Bradford' County Florida.. 1ALVE for Chest Colds Head Coins and *

specialized conditions but the bar as visionaries. S. David Warfield of Witness the Honorable A 7. Adkln Judge.M Croup is enclosed with every bottle of

of st"el. wed the world over, is the today is not u speculator of a viaion- I iif al thin,i>. court f5. W.In Alderman the city Clerk of Starke and the Florid noel, should JlA YES'be HEALING rubbed; HUNSY. 'ine bolvu J. M. Alvarez

i best method yet discovered. for detainIng ary, und, like his predecessors in railroad thl* nth day of December A. D. 102*. on the cheat and throatof
unruly members. of this society of and in that state O. W. ALDERMANClerk : suffering from a Cold or Croup.
development to ,
the Circuit Court ...
of ThnHesllnH effect
Hayn' healing
I Honey '
J ours.-Gainesville Daily Sun. las profound confidence in the futureof I Stall\ lile the throat"cnmbinedwith the h".lIo/l..a. ol o

., \ /*. -0.- Florida. So have many other sub- It I K. KNIGHT. Stark, Fla. Grove ne 's 0-Pcn-Tratn Salve through, the pore. of 9 D
In his own proper pemon. 12-ll4t-l-l. lOOn stops acouiih.
ADVERTISING CUTS PRICES:; stantial investors. who leK'tmately .. Both remedies .
( j are packed
j J 1 NOTICE--- cost of the combined In one carton .nd the Cia. f T".fr"" -030--0i' =0r :::
re engaged in vast development move- treatment I Ie:.15c. WX
Persons who have not given the 1 Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
nents looking to what eventually will ,
,4 In Tho Circuit Court Bradford County i I HEALING HONEY
6 subject of advertising serious thought Florida. Tn Chancery..
e be Florida's day of a greater prosperity -
I believe that standard I h. W. To.....,.. ._ __ __
may be inclined to than she yet has achieved InI ---- __ ---c-: =-- =----::: u -- -- -

1 I I I"tyD :f '. products could be sold cheaper if her long history since the time of II I v*Complainant. ?T_' l** "|S | t-i | j l' ''-'' '
; the manufacturer's did not spend so Ponce do Leon.Following I Jan C. Cnllon. et .1.! -- S
j'I l f. I'. contrary Is tho which truth.seeks and self-evident facts, tho Enquir.| the Jamn above C.tyled Cullen cause If living to-wlt and l If dead hla I II I LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

i --.A. Every concern a general r recalls that "in this epoch, unprecedented i heir, legal) representative* and aBltrnn t :
i market for its goods finds, It necessary in Florida, she has suffered I I O, W Clayton: : Pauline: Clayton: the Florida

'f' J.I to set aside a certain sum each year es other localities suffered from speculation -i I.Railroad... Graham Company J... a L.corporut Gate Samuel 0". John C. Alx-

: for advertising/ and this is charged ," that "every great Western I|I'I I U MoLemore. J. R. Earl. Jr. J. C. Edie. T. -
as a part of the operating/ expenses I I W. Pitta. Cha Robert.. W. K. Lane F. I.
section has experienced same trouble McCall. Donald Mi-Ttae. and' Cha L. Tuttle.
1 .t I the same as rent fuel or insurance.The in varying measure' ," and that "al. each of whom If Hvlnn. and If dead the helm.Ivical .
I ..., renrelentatlvM and aulgn of .*ch. and PEEK
aim of the advertising manager REALTY COMPANYSTARKE
most state in the Union has
.. every compelled nil Hhwnt unknown parties defendants' whom
!, is. to tuy the largest possible circulation to enact 'blue-sky laws' to pro- y claim any right, title, or Interest In and
fJ ik' among persons who would be interested from fake l to the land hereinafter described ;
I tect their citizens schemes. Crtlnct FLORIDA '
in his product. Concluding this eminently fair presentation I You and each of you are hereby requiredto V ,
r Every manufacturer has certain be. tad appear before the Judas of the Circuit -
of what Is Flor-
,' t' now \ Court nth Judicial Circuit of the State of
.. fixed charges which must be paid out f ila the Enquirer .says: j Morlda In and for Bradford, County. Florida

of the receipts from the business, and It is not improbable that Florida will .. .. -- _. .. __ __ _
'u u
the larger the volume of business. that
.: ante through this boom, with its pecultaive j
g1 g1I can be created the less per article Is and gambling accessories, -
I l charged for the payment xf overhead safely if she carries forward vigorously -

coots. This volume of business is obtained the measures that have been'

I d t only by creating a demand for set afoot and keeps her feet upon her

I the goods, and its is most quickly and solid ground. If she does she will realize GIVE SOMETHING ELECTRICAL :

,( cheaply done by direct appeal through/ tho high hopes of her honest

newspapers citizens and the hopes of those who
The same principle which otbuins in (
have gone there with legitimate pur- ,
the of the advertiser I I
case general pose us did Plant and Flagler who

could he applied in the business of the died before th fruition of their hopes,

I smallest merchant. The quicker the and as Warfeld and his. associates are I.NI

turnover which a dealer 1s. able to there with serious purpose and confi. s Mw
p make sooner his profit is obtained! and I i

I tho cash is put In the till for new pile dence in the future. I For example the electric iron and percolator illustrated
Why of course, Florida "will come I
I chases Advertising of the practical through" all right. There are just as here. ]Both are fine and useful gifts. '
kind will help to make quicker .sales :
many sane and .sensible people In FlorIda : Give one to mother and the -
and mare frequent profits. The re> to your wife. '
jI j-
\ today as at any time in the past
suit i 101 that retailer, with the aid -probably very many more of them. '1 1They I If you aren't married give her a curling iron _or
of the /general advertiser is able to
are not by those who'must boudoir
maintain standard lamp.
prices and quality have their fling" who must be- I
in the widely advertised articles.
t I come exictcd and plunge more or less I
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unwisley. But those who are assist-1 I OdOI
Ing Florida to keep "her feet upon a, ,

solid ground" are more numerous than ,
Old-timers Electric
caught in tho holdiay I percolator
hose who get excited. Those who
t rush and gazing at the wonderfully alluring are ELECTRIC IRON ,
keeping Florida .steady the !
are ones
p panorama of the shop windows
:who are not in the least alarmed by I
often fall into a reminiscent mood and
I what is taking place know-ing that
re-live the Christmases of the long
ti ago. Who does not fondly recall themagic the foundation of the state Is
olid( and that in due RADIOS
course of time and
of Christmas in his childhood T PARTS
!Most of the presents were home- here will be erected thereon one of the

I great commonweatlhs of the nation. -
made. Perhaps gradma furnished But it is. mighty encuraging to have Silver For The Home--Make your selection
mittens knitted. by oil lamp after
had been tucked in bed-thick warm you hose of other .states feel the same early while we have a complete line.

mittens with a long cord that extend. onfidence in Florida that is felt by "'f' "

'V ed up through coat sleeves and around j hose! who reside, in Florida and know aT iJq"' ? ::: Anyone who hasn't a radio is

the neck to prevent loss. Aunt Saph.I he.worth of the state having no fearf I y a.t missing something g'ood
the future. ,
'f ronia !gave you a basket of Christmas ..;. l. .1: I L__ .:.. ::.:l"" every minute! Come in and
cookies. shaped like animals and stars| Yes Florida "will come through"
tune in !
and covered with delicious colored surd nil right thanks to the energetic enterprising Nothing can equal the charm and sheerlasting 'I 1111 i a
.solid citizenry who are

srar.Uncle Tom !gave you a watch and, building! auxtantlally and well realiz. I .If'' LET US DEiIONSTltATE: I

+ his generosity. appalled you even if Itt ; Ing that when the excitement quiets

t was the old turnip that he had dis down there will come an era of pence ,' I _. '" No matter what you want in
| and plenty that will be for the blessingof :
carded. You the
Imagine reaction
you i of set of silver. radio sets or equipment m we
would gn If you tried giving 1925 millions of people, those now here beauty a our .- '
l / a
boy a second-hand timepiece. and to come.-Florida Times.Union "t, can supply you at the most ,

r Most of the presents were useful, i --NOTICB- h reasonable prices.

In the old days including a reefer overcoat I

I and a new pair of shoes. As for In th. Circuit Court, Bradford County.. Flan -tllII- '

t' {l "boughUn" presents. they were limited ida.. Q In. l.Chancery.M>r.l.. 'I -, Atwater-Kent and Crosl y Sets ,',

I r' to "The Erie Train Boy.." by Al..t Compl.ln."a.R..boort I' -- -' ,
t gar, Henty'i "With Clive in India," a M. Smith: et .L! -- 1
' I I ?' New Testament sled of Defendants.
a a pair
w skates and that most wonderful of all- To Bull all .known. quiet' and title unknown and remove defendant dead. ta I

old-time toys, a tin monkey that the shove atyled eat... to-wtti DeWitt C. Jones Starve Florida1V' :
climbed Robert M. Smith. If living-. and If dead, bla
a string. ,
heir. least representative and saalsrn I ,
' At that Christmas of long ago: To all ._a' .nd unknown pariiea defendant .
who mar have an Interest la ths
resented proportionately as big 1'f'JI.j hereinafter _r>bPd. Iand.I J
outlay as now,,comparing G..II...


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