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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00936
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i Meeting Called Of County Chambers Of : Girl Is Physical Marvel at Seven TRACEY, TREASURE HUNTER (i: \i\iv: : ;


Commei ce Tonight At Court House ToI I .1NK ESCAPES STATE OFFICIALS l.si: 'li.mge Club; hi<'Id its' 1'grtlar -

: : I i on ,on I'mil i > \IWItIt /
Complete Plans s4' --- .
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former Member .fhl. ," ,
ol >< ) diuiKI .1 ntli 'Minim' I In. ommiiii i ,. mi I
I I l\ n.t Illl r-t I $': l Illlll in .boats. '' llll'l'0"l,I ,' r
CHESSER LOSESIN and onvictcd Killer ..hakesHood ). )" | Cl""11.,1) I I'j>.
A well oigunizcd niovonunt Twu I I I i n ,i.., Sad i I', ''", \, TI. !
for holding ; UlS I'lfUMpe: 1)11 i RllSOI ni 1'.1 101| Wall I"I"III
started a I
has been hUll I t Ian ,ot'"T, L bonds, hut should mid Jin.. Hitch
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fan at APPEAL TO I 11 hilt Held" nt SI. Cloudliilnmlo. reported cnnsulerli '
Bradford cuunty Hampton| i
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of Le.e i.r en : i I'v 'arlod. K 'r 'I", :, I",n :-in. I't '.i tn" "ii t-
during tho latter ..
Beach! part ,
i i T OI' it i r t for permission Httr the ,mii.iittti; ,,
details SUPREME COURTHigh ri4 i. ( h. ,.,44)e i:
September, and the final I Aug./ i>.- Another color- to make the trip wax turned over the
I city council) what
II to see iist-
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are to be worked out at a meeting I I q fill chapter in tinlife of Joe Trn- to tho'111111..1"11'1'. agriculture! ,
nn i "''ii I be counted on tl'lIl1thut
of the combined chambers of com Tribunal Rules lie ;Must I'dy II i| i'r. l'ollo.tt'd mi'mlirr of the famousVhl who, utter Mug ads I InBd l b> the superintendent Houne. The council 'IUI'a.(1; it(
of thu county culled for tonight who taken into was H.\ \\
merce "\ gang was
of the KI"llu,1'11,011
Death Penaltv I ) \ :, thetie toward, this[ proWt and
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Friday, at the courthouse, I tin' F.v"I'l'IaII' today when ho pro. t'v 11. | rii|, could h,. safely madI '', ''l" a motion to pn4q.I l'i .

the :Messrs. Kile, who believe that Jacksonville, August, 10Ruf is 1 mt-nil 1 (11( reveal the hiding place of i llloii/i'il; that Tracey be s'nlIII.. fiom I the appropriate publicity fund.lilyilolliis to t i', :
the varied attractions permanently 1s thousands' of tlollnra. worth of 'fJ
Chesser 20-year-old\ Middlebjrg mnn.v ci n guard. '
i-Mipir be
n od for )the' pirchn-e" ,, ol '
'I ay.
at the beach, together with the concessions youth, must pay the supremo peaalty '' r .stolen bonds. wits written when ground. equipment. The council t4'I

available for county fairs, for the killing of Sally\ 110)'.>!S, j I Tracy escaped, lit St Cloud at t 1:30:: ) Over Confident j' fin I her offeied, the n.... of the rity't.'t ,
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will draw crowds each day of the : : tin aftt'I'lIn"'l.c'orlinlt' to In forI
his swec-theiiit last fall\, accordingto II .
: Orlando Aug. 10.--\ithur) <; t mi-tor n-d m-iihinery for grnd- !
'P-day fair planned, and firmly es. the ruling: of the state suprsmecoart I I II 1 nintinn reaching the Orlando :llorn- i ll.u-k, of this oily, who was appointed bung and filling In tho school t'{
tablish the yearly county exhibitof ing Senticl, Tracy, nccompnicd by
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received in Jacksonville to- as attorney t for Joe Trncey by.I. grounds! nnd othiiwise' putting) '
fal'lland products- I Ktnte (' ''numtl O.
grove day. I j I, t Investigator 11 i i Judge: Kinnk" Smith, dec lired todav them' in shnne for '" filiation of \\I:'

No date has been set for the opening Chesscr was tried and convicted :, Jainion Ray Hack, Orlando attorney that the statement attributed to I I tho apparatus./ This js. n big step ,"

"' of the county fair, although in Clay circuit court last November ,. and l two pl'lsOII1111'11./ .., had! him to tIt i effect( that he would dun forward for t the gro- < have been ."

I ; it has been intimated that it will of first degree murder, with State's I I.aurney | gono into the Everglades! toilujr and stiipes/ and. nerve until Tracev bad, IM n i di pbunbl!,In <., lit ion Boring

be held during the latter port of I Charles M. Dun-once I r t I pointed,I the way to the hiding ,placeof "tinned in Raiford prison, was rainy weather and it was essential of. 1:
September or the first of October.A the bonds, which, the report said, I xI x\
prosecuting. I made/ before they left Haiford Irla-I| hilt they "be drained' befoie theycould ,
date will be selected that will not were found to be foreign and worth with (BlitihMr. b F
I Another charge of first decree I on Captain/ ( used for playground.Tho / .
conflict with fair dates of the murder is pending against ChesserI I .1 less. i : Ilacl iissiitcd that he nindo commit" r.- went before '

neighboring counties, and it is I in connection with the Killing of his The party wits on its return trip I the stntcni'i.: lit tint time because the /local.. sellout. Imuid. and put the
planned to have Governor :Martin I to Orlando. and subsequently'! to '
brother-in-law, Laurence Dilaberry.Cheacer ho hml confidence in Tracey and matter up to the members to lea
present on one of the days. A day according to testimony! ': ": Raiford whore Tracy, is under a !OU-! 'I believed, thnt he would not try to what help, It was in position to

for children will be set aside and I' at the: trial before Duuge:! DeWitt .V Aiiantu tiuri-nu year sentence for the murder of a escape while on the trip to the }-'v. give. The. I local< hoard funds, have

every child in the county will be T. Gray, pursued a car containinghis I <. From the time she wee. nix months. old :MnrwuiPt Weaver wee tnunht'exorclHJ'B I negro taxi driver when the cacnpo eiuhulcH Hearth for the hidden been pitty I well\ used up in rev

invited to attend. I I sister, Dilaberry's wife, the two by her father, J CHmllor vWuvrr of Atlanta On 'tho. in nphysical was effected. 11 ruche of bonds. /pa-ling I Iho school building and the
the of 1 \is to '
perform
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At the meeting called\ for tonight Dilaberry children, Miss Boyles and Instructor Her with greatest only stunt her bend mm and feet touching line the ground, I According to the report the party I board did I not see (Its wny clear
of the I I a wrestler bridge stopped( at n garage In St. Cloud. 1 Remind, llnrk of Promise 1 ITIIIIIII.
to
citizens from .. give money for .
every part I her sister, Willie Jeff Boyles, and '-- n nrt the weight of h..r70'I.ound fatherBradford play apparatuslfo
whether members of the where Mr. (Hack and two of the ML', Aug. 10.-rromiitc e\ir,
county, James Chesser, a brother, to Green upon motion of Col.
chamber of commerce or not, are I Cove Springs on the night of tie: j I i unrds got out and, went into thegarage to don swipes: and serve his time (I Knight., it was voted( to :accept the

urged to be present, in order to killing after they had refused to I While they were in the until Tracev should, return" was offer of t the loan of eniding, machinery -
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gain some idea of the extent of exhibits -I tcLe him with them. to Have Junior (I enrage the other /guard) and Tracy node, by AiLhur" G i. Hack of Orlando frosts the city and. to pro. f

that can be counted on. A I I went off In the automobile, at Tra nt ten'IK'j for I hi foim inemher reed, to grad> the grounds. and fill

premium list will be worked up and Chesser, in n car borrowed froma Chamber Of Commerce cy' request, that he be allowed, to of the. Ashli'y-.Mobley gang accordIng In where necessary. This In itself
friend, followed! the Dilabeivy
every worth-while exhibit will earn i According t" th report the partygo tu a icport!, received, at the prison will\ be a big bi'lp.
fair ideais car out of Green Cove Srrinrs, and for a moment to the home oflet bureau from J. S. :' It
recognition. The county I : lllitcb superintendent was voted by t the Exchange t
with instant response'on shot Dila!>err)' lead: as be toped o'clock I relative named 1 Simmons.The I of t the state prison at':'Club that the be .
meeting I Friday night at 7:30: August lar chamber of commerce busy if / committee contini
in rond tire. The :
tho repairing a
of citizens and although !: report dates that the guard Kaifoid.Mr./ '. '' nod and I tint
the pert our 13th the of Bind, they wish to remain the more prominent n plan for raising-
)'ounlmE'n i
I shot she for the
rather Into in the season' girl was as ran I body in the advancement of took the prisoner to Ins relative'shome : Jnrmnn who i Is 1.011.1Hlnt.. / .' :1: more money to mipphmcnt the
woods a second and fatal shot being : ford county will meet at the couthousenMiimho I'I'I
for the gathering of exhibits it is this county's Interest. .' i and 1 went in the house with officer, of the sheriff'M office of (Orange :$100 already. promised be submit. "
made! .fired ns she lay in the ditch .. .. for the purpose of ''him. Tracy 1 left the room to ro: I Hint woul.I'l'I'IIII'n 'trrl' fOt.
realized that a start must be It is rumored that at a later time county, nirieed[ t ho the I npprovnl of the club
and it is believed that now is the pleading for her life. I organizing a junior chamber of nn invitation will bo extended,! to to tho bath room, he explained and I Trncev, or n pint of him nt ,; lit t the "next 1111'1 hlA'. The comm.t.:

time for Bradford county to net Chesser was arrested his home ; commerce. It is predicted that the the ladies to join the junior chamber before, the /guard. could. follow him, least, nnd Mr. .Hack stated. that if i iI ,i lee is. 1I11..tinwith/ extremely'

back in the ring with an annual in Middlfsburg, an hour later by junior chamber will keep the regu- escaped through n rear door. The .I he did. not return him he would bo I hearty response wherever it goes

county fair. I Jesse Quigley, chief deputy sheriffof ,I I gunrd returned immediately, to theIltllrllll'o willing/ don his stripes/ and serve I I I .. "" .

Be present at the courthouse to- !; Clay county. I I ORDER OP EASTERN I I REPUBLICANS OPEN HEADQUARTERS I I where he had. left the rest I his time until Trncey should I re-j i I 110011o..IUY:.; ; ,
,. of the party and 1 summoned.) assist1 : I I NIlt'I.:. ) ,.\ nER.
night at 8:15. I :McNamee, Wilson and Koester of I I STAR :MET FRIDAY MGHT IN:' (;JAINESVIL:' turn, and under t these conditions I
I Jacksonville, were appointed by tho ante. Officials at St. Cloud Immediately and( prixinstI I ,traced, Traccv to Luke Butler, Aug. (!.-I.nst Sun

CLERK EXAMINATION court to defend Chesser. The Republican state campaign n''1, instituted a search for them, the report said, day at a turpentine settlement near

STARK POSTOFFICEAn The next move is up to Governor The Starke Chapter, No. 160, and (committee of Florida has opened : the man believed to be the last Permission for Tracey to be taken I Uynlander n negro laborer became .

Lake Butler Chapter No. 40 Or- : member, of the notorious Ashley the bund hunt given by. involved in an argument with another -
on was
Martin, who is expected to act on a headquarters at Gainesville, and, /
open competitive examination death warrant as soon as proper i, der of the Eastern Star held. a joint has started on the most active campaign I, gang! NllthlnIIIYo.: commissioner of 1111'1|1 of his race and. a Mr. White- .
I I Posses from St. Cloud and! Kit*- bead, whit, in authority at the
under the rules of the U. S. Civil '| riculture/ nfter proposal had horn .
a
I legal certifications are made to him for the Republican
of the
meeting at the :Masonic hall in / success
. Servfco simmee started at to scour the! camp, trii-d t to stop the row. The :
Commission is announcedfor Chesser Is in the Putnam county once nmdo. to the governor by Mr.: luck I ticket has been
that '
tho position of clerk in the post- jail at Fulatka at present, for safekeeping Starke, on tho evening o. August G, waged in tho state Lou ever Lynch of territory around the scene of the aw attorney fur Trlll'I'Y'11': Hack'sletter negro., Reuben Hendi-ison, by name \

office of Starke Flo. Receipt of honoring the official visit of Sister escape. soil in part' : according[ to Whitehead'H story
Gainesville is chairman of the 1
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I committee
applications will close September -_. Alvina Craig of Winter Haven, The officials. are working at aliHiidvanlnife "Sime I have been working with then! attempted, to attack the pence
and Leon J. Cano of NewSmyrna
BELIEF('. s. SELFSUST.t1NING grand because of tho fact maker with a hack cutter.
;, 8, 1928- matron of the grand chapter I I is both of whompredict Trncey on his case I have found
secretary,
Applications for this examination I BROKEN: Order of the Eastern :Star:; of I of the (I' ''' T" the success party'sCa
must be made on the prescribed I tho slate of Flol'id.This. being tho I nil, ida, Kent ,to, I5.ilford; [ to begin his sentence He has ,had,, n tendency" to h,, easily followed have been told by witness
tea.
form, which, with necessary in Washington, Aug. S.-The pao. grand matron's first visit. to these The following the nominees for murder, WAS nt St Cloud; It'll in /lnyt hlnlt. Ho is not an originator. en, but ilaiming at'I 1.111'tense.' if" his

structlons; mny be obtained from pula belief thnt the United States chapters, brought us. a message I| of the are where he spent his boyhood and ." | justification :Mr. \\hitehead drew

the commission's local represcnta-1 I is a self-sustaining, nation received quoted! in beautiful words! nf prniso I I I For United party: States' Senator W. 1111rJof his time in the last few A letter from Captain John \VMosley :, it gun and shot Henderson twice,

Live Postmaster at the Starke, Flu: a setback today in a statement by ]: for the l baby chapter of Starke! : R. O'Nenl Orlando for Justices: of years Ills familiarity/ with the I covering" I the escape of Trn- and the negro run about three hundred -

Post Office, or from the under- the shipping, board which reported I wore /graciously received. Among I'i ; surrounding eountryside will facilitate roy, gave a detailed, report of the yards, nnd then eillapsediIa! !
the Court 'V.1.: Goher
Supreme ,
I. signed. thnt a survey of its records showed other distinguished. guests. we hnd i his ic'innining in hiding, for i trip nn the movements of the paitv condition while serious is. not ex.peited .
Tampa|I I" C. Cubherly, Gainesville,
{ AH persons' '! wishing to take the condition to the contrary. Sister Vernn Bulard of Gainesville, '; few dajs Is the 'Iielief of the offieinls. from the time they left Uaiford, to Insult fatally.
Harry W. Iteinstine, Jacksonville
should blanks! Pomestic resources supply sufficient grand conductress. of the i ; until ; Sheriff I'-inniien' went to the
, examination secure ,grand; :| Trncey's oscnpe., I
i for Attorney General, F W. :Marsh,
i and file their applications with the urnin, petroleum, cotton, chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, ': Sheriff Frank I'almor of OH<:e- s.i'ne of tin- trouble and. made. an
Pensncola for Riilroad ('om mill- '
' cool, iron and the board who :r'I ; ala counK-, and n passed! i I11'1'AI| (trillion of" siuh fat'is nha
j undersigned prior to the hour of copper, always has beautiful and Inspiring posse ( 11)11.) :MoHclcy'' Keports/ on I rncey
loners, II G. Smith, Oviedo, I F. F.
i closing business on the date above '-nid but foreign countries must words: when she visits our Pensncola.Congressional tlirnnuh !St Clo\lllut 11 o'clock, tonight Trip .could .."'tainlnn.IAY: and on Thiiri'dnv -

t. specified.The 1 Il' called upon to furnish either chapters and :Sister:; Deln Green;, of Bingham, heali-d. toward Alligator 'l'ulahaK"1110! :'. J II I. -A detailed r "erM-il, a warrant ..Whitehead
candidates of high
date for assembling of com.pititors nil, or n large part of the other ,Waldo instructress'! for strict!'. =No. from each district have' 1 Il'l'n Lake, siv miles east, where It l 1M report "..f the movements of the who was held 'under $ ,1111 l.onils. IIGwnivI'.1

will be stated in the admission maJor commodities, including rubber 8, favored with n beautiful talk. type will make though Trncy I Is' hiding the Or. party accompanying Tracey into a preliminary examination
s1".tecIIn.1\ they determined
J cards mailed applicants'! af ten, coffee, .silk mnngnneze,; The Lake Butler and, Stnrke chapters effort to win the major a Innilo :Morning Sentinel was Informed the Everglades: to recover utol. before. tin county court and gave

i"h 80,000 tons annually of hope to have Sister Green; myth ,( over long distance telo- en "bonds rncheil there by I the former i bond for his nppenr-ince: for trial
/ f the of the state.
support voters .of ,
applications. al too full term the circuit court
\e-otabloj: four-fifths of the sue them real often ns. she is one of .. .--- -- I hone. member' of the Ashley-Mobli'V: I
Secretary. Fifth Civil Service gnr consumed, and 2,000,000 tons our closest neighbors Among other Hollywood\ -$ l.0,000; hotel I to be Night: Chief of /I'olice Y. "In
;' District P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. nnnually\ of fruits and nuta.I guests wt're'IRiton from two built here of Klssimmee, stated over long distance citenu-nt, ill the vn-initv of the

,I ____ _____ .-- -.------. chapters from Jacksonville, who telephone,! to the Orlando' (Continued on I'ugeH! ) shooting.
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\ brought greetings/ also from Iris Epperson.'! During the initia- :Morning\ Sentinel tonight that .

J Two Guns :Mnccl"nnv, Gainesville\ and. WaldoStnrke tion, Sister Oaise Sigmnn gave a every available deputy" In Oseeol.i
Lo
of the'Var !
Behold
Big :: Chapter, No. 100, is. one of beautiful voice selection. The officers county hnd been sent out to aid 1 the Royal Indian Chief.

I the bnby chapters having a membership of the Lake Butler chapter in the search.Commlsslonem. .I... .
of 52 very enthusiastic ore ns follows: "

workers. I j I Sisters. Lula Wise, worthy matron Censure \ --_. i
SUI"rin-j
Stnrke Chapter, No. ICO with its ; Brother Abe !Ftrlctlin' worthy tendent Prison for '; --.. -.--.-..--k-
i-- officers. Sisters. :Middle-ton Maud Johns assistant matron nt (Precaution -::: :::
J Nrda patron; I I r :;w.'J : :...,,.\ .. ..,
s # worthy matron; E. W. Hayes, wor- ; Jewel Coleman, conductress\ ; Tallahassee. Aug/ 10-lJiH<'hllr//(.' ...t;.r;...J.if h.1.. ,<..< "'":",. .<, .'.nll":
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John \\'. :\lu-l'lp for ::7 .. .
thy patron; :Mae Powell, associate Lizzie[ R08t'nhergaSKoclate conductress of Captain <.,. < .. .Jk
matron; Eva Anderson conJ c. ; Frankie Preister, treasurer neglect of duty In the escape of ( .

i rN tr(>RI'I"oott'n: associate conduce ; Ella Strlcklin, Ada; Estell Joe Trncey was announced by thl'I,

3 trcs1-. Dora Alderman, treasurer; Rosenberg, Ruth; Christena Townsend hoard of commissioners. of state In- ''

f D Salome :Moines secretary; Burnev Esther. ; Lorenn Epperson, stitutiona today. The board 111..0'.

Ado; Ruby! Hayes, Ruth ; Nell Andrews :Martha; Dally Epper+nn, Elects; suggested to the sheriff of Orange

Esther; Lillian Turner Sarah Drlggers, Chaplin; Ol-ra county the proprietv of di(ehnrg-:

:Martha; Verdie Futch, EIl'ctarne; :\[ Prister, marshal!; Lou Daggers, Ing state criminal investigator O.

Wells, organist; Edna Grace Hansen warder; Brother Driggers, sentinel. V. Jnrmnn.

rhnplin; Ahbie Harley marshall The chapters presented.) Sister Al The heart! went on record 1 as censoring -

; :Mae Green, warder\ and Bro- vina Craig, with a hnnd-pnintod Superintendent J, S. Blitch

ther Charley Futch, sentinel, pre- powder jar, as a token from the i iStnrko of tho Raiford prison. for failureto

"I'f sided[ at the opening exercises dur. and Lake Butler chapters, properly guard a prisoner and

[Ing which time the honored f guest), and sister Bulard was presented i to Instruct /guards to handcuff him

Sister Alvina Craig and Sister Bul-' with a bouquet of flowers. i and know where he was going and

lard were Introduced and f escortedto The hall for this occasion was when ho would be returned. ,

the East Tho officers of the prettily decorated with baskets and Opinion was expressed by the

I Twenty German gun, captured by the American-NfcA.: Wanhinifton force, have bureau been Luke Butler Chapter, No. 40 took vases of cut flowerv During the I hoard thnt when one incarceratedIn -.' t\. 1.0.nll" ,. aura.

y.rouxht< from France to the Bmlthnonlun Initltul at Waamngton 8erj the chairs and conducted the inla- social moments the hostesses for the penitentiary had stolen prop -Croup 1'riiM.t liu.t.ivu. Alolr.h ie' .fiwrdcn timtinit An,...,," now hft

ream, Michael Donaldson who received the Congressional, honor medal for tory work In a very beautiful and this event served delightful re. .erty buried, he should be allowed, ....en.... made Chief n Bt Mood..nilln brother, Bear And h.) pi a ii..*naln enl..d>us Chief. ..mil Oust I,f Arnpnh' "Indians"
being the outstanding hero In the lali war It shown. with one of the It under guard .." Yes with s leeth.r
p* captured -. I'Un8't ir t creditable manner, Initiating :Miss I'reshments.7", 1 to return a proper ; .hll

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FRIDAY. AUGUST fl. II24f ;
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!lii! wan \ <-ry kind-hu toih'T ". make 'her man' appear a hero. I

Ih"1JU/ wuiu In town but thnou '> "My: contention with him is thu
NO.
> had, lout your memory and coulii in "NEWS and PROGRESS"
One n'Ao h<- is deplorably lucking npprc
I" Forgof i n"t m'mhcr her or anything show

? t hi'r-or that you were engaged or.rnflthhnif. nation of you, Sullie. Why, yot SERVICE OF TilE AMERICAN '1NEWSPAPER 1\,
', Nan wouldn't believe could have married any one of a ECONOMIC: : SIGNIFICANCE: : AND: volume J

By RU BY It-Hho laughed at him; nhe aM that dozen splendid catches, and yot; AND: NEWSPAPER ADVERTISINGLata: ,
J.'r/J1jormlllrougl
-= she wm cure that you' rould flovpiforgut in Popular Etomvncs rf/'IIOIIJ/I' in .
Manhattan
Library nf ,
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hir. Sho went with him bud threw them all over for Curti!!'.

ntG1s: IIKIUTOI: : \Y I oon\i i ri'ion, 0 for I tlm 1I"fr"nl., ho fol to .thi- hotel whero you were Htaylnu "Don't forgot, in all fairness, I.. courtesy of Bank of Manhattan C'i1lf'.my.to. 1'"rk. .

PETER, li),KTRI* "I'.HI his Itirrnory :in A ul I "(oin i ,ii-i: rlv m'o tho mitlonI ... .. .h'i, Mild 'Hhe muck neo you for hum him EWe that he has some ,','ry --- -- = :
from MU( .I H t." k in Kr.trirnlpon I I"II 1 h 0"1'I : ii \''iII to [. 'v If-sho Mild that Hho wan Bur.wlun -
his r. turn to i.om"ti. ho fuili Mid',, n-t > .iri i'xp'uln Ih"'"" '., und 1 1niu I vi her It wouM, bo D. erful! 'I|II>'nl!ties, end! this I t I' PROGRESS 'S .::7Frr, y ;iL
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.. > ou saw THE POWER BEHIND
t has t' L
: thing that conic :
)MMIKAIIV, thn Blrl ti> riuiht: 8hn Btoppcd wit only up
whom h'iiiiani", '" win! nw.iv N in hi iirtbrokfcnnas I Idit-but I don t 'know It I ouKhlto. t j&yty&'zz ., .... ,. SEi*
hii'l 'loolc-d that night when tin- \ctof Goul!. v-mi
: New York It not an
:
ri.liirntfj; ,l'i, IMP hom nii't. I ICftrlnw I ." Joan Woe almoHt. In tuurs. 'Si&rmti.l. ;[''culm. Iamk.l'I4go. py." I'i. City. was : .%'is;
for 'hi.r I llirin molhurlMiatfnbri.ihirH to npPBk 01 Ii1 ;, i Fire flood or famine did not threaten. There
rnp I she hail ben In con I "Yi '
on. plea"o.
atftnt < ormnunli .ct, ion with soul IIltllll1-n"v..r to tell anyone I declared fiercely "lie's nlwny I I was neither rumor of war suggestion; of riot. i'J I
JOw hsrui-oTT.; In London l hili what hid h.ir>nem.>.d-nnd, 1 "wore !1 ,I "1'1"" wasn't gone very long," Jorilaid who The weather friendly the public health uJ.e
fall) t'i follow Jn.m'fl advnito" fur. never would-nntl now-look whttl Moriowfully. "Sho came' ta '< struck me ns being excoedingl; I 1t& ; was :' '. Ill '%W/'L ,
K*,t I-iiir. and matin up to bin fat,. 1'vo done now ." ilulia mnin. She didn't. nay much, hut I rmrrow-mimle'l." i ... .. \:. good transportation was uninterrupted and wtI1' I- 1 kj. br' :

low JOHN olllt .AKNOTT.iin'l frlr-ii'l.with whom h<. "Kvrrjlhlntf I I..* dll'trrr'lIt-U'c I I JtiBi knuw by her fac that nothlnr knew then that mo busl> ness moved smoothly-vet into this peaceful picture tiu, '*u b ._'z : .5. :

bun l"'i'n rr.I log at thr honi'Arnntt '>r life fir tenth to mo. I b"lt I| would .vi-r ho rlKht attain. Hhl tol<' I I at very there suddenly descended a kind of community paralysis
'H wldowi-d niKti' r. near .tn<.. of >.ou i mi; ufli-rwurds that "ho walked lot mont that Ellie had enlisted on the multitudes with it not passed as fI 'k:
that filled Jimay.II.IJ : !
)Iin, I
Ma"RhY i-nliili-' j IIMI.0.1 Nnn 'the
She looked. ut him sympathallcal room whero you were and tin .side against' C-jrtiss and any nt
tifcpnmid'Hiiirati, iind has RII"N"I swiftly :as it came it wmld) he hard to calculate it' consequences
loI.'iat
i ,
didn't know hue that
to Murrv thi- mnn nln, haiis" most Ir iy I >oci r. you 1 tempt to make hot1 change' ht-r
the w.rl.l. "Vety well." HIP| *nt'\ at lam. DuI h",' an If you had rover Been h' but even its few ITVS! of duration cost mil

IIAUI.r.V" : !SRKTOV. ", ..n.y I.'tlilirwho If Nan know iho will. kill mo tlmt> In all jour life leforo. O.:. viewpoint was useless" lions of dollars. More than this, it revealed in a somewhat = 1 1eI
I
hoI, her 'ath'r'A; ) not fr.r i poor poor Nan!" sho added, "That's .I111t why I married him,'"
the which all the activities
great H.M ot mnn.'y anSI also nuyi all."iThu startling way degree!; to
thAt PMI owi.* him ronHlilr'rnbliIr : ncvrr will know-ot C3tE:2i ,, Thr-io was u bitter silence. I contended\, "n sort of balancewhee comOlolit.hich
of city dependent on a
a were
lonnft rnri'lf bi furhi- win InjuredliTllt. great I
"Mil IInnwnr.. nf Ilic. 'Iruist ",\n.1 I thtnk? that'll all." nho sal| tn of .irr.iird. !I"'M for l.i.ndor, "it' r mopmother died the day nf.I frlvoloui Eliie .c11(
.ftn noon nH hi- hitrtt of N'ari 1,11.... =- -- ;:;: I think) It wan and glut had') to I was hopelessly I course. (

Rtf.m..nt.Union" with .Tin unothi"n- his ha tnxl*'U.1 linn'l'..t.n.i.ml.of.f ". 4. .:... 1 "J- hiiine" to took after IhQ little \boys -> and you know it, !and Turtiss cer I What had happened? :Merely that (or 'tic first time in two centuries,

..rn to mcorl I hiIon"' pn>'.," "z..r i irif ; -/ l u .It-7Li' L'avctndoh, und kho's bocn there e. tainlv has made mever.." New York found itself without it* usual newspapers." .-\ press room 1ifg(
the Js imiiKi'd I lixl I I lo her .1...icI' .iri jincf-" he's
I "That's just why I think ao I
lion In hiM own cnnv..yftIWeInrOijt. strike had halted their publication.
: ".\nd) nnd Mho newlHhod '"-
'' -
dpiak* n'Roirm : ? doesn't he him..
"- his < otnmnlon| InconMI.ll'nt.Vhy ,
of between
had! been publishers
While most people aware a controversy
l t> Nnn. .in.I by rnnfu' mo to bo told- ? IVt* r aL', ,
|ironilinfc' : h. e-llrils' I .the Infurmn.. h'lHklly. self, put some of his lofty Ideal, and employees, it had! "generally, been regarded in tile casual way

nan Hint Nnnii InIH,h.-nrt Hu A"nine'Hu who' fix Ilirrakinir I-' .= "' r-. 'ho wouldn't hear of It. I kn.' into practice I'll have m>thinf. I. with which one is apt to view the affairs of others until, un a certain

nrrlv. at HIP, nation '1'itir firm. '; 'dtl Mr ,\ rnr." wanted to tell you, In., good! to say for him, Sallie, and .f! clay, it became suddenly and distressingly personal. On that day there
bi ulili- himMV I I
10 the yountf l woman '
) : I"" ," > cn nM oho woul'l never forffiihiir I were you I'll put In for a divorce was no paper" on the duorstcp. The news-stands were unnaturally lure. .
: do o\ \\ i UII mixronv: .. If hi. did Shin math us. all flrch'RP" I .
I I L from him tomorrow. Commuters were driven to watching familiar: landscapes" as their
441T lJOS T kriovi in ih" I. .i it who c&&', / ; C n i if i Mni.iintii.il cu. N. y,
I'' I ) !'."tr-r looked up.I I winced at the word. I trains rushed city-ward instead of renewing their contacts with the
L you fire, .l'. t I' r said ,,iI.Iv'ani .. The A.ncncan: m s i HIMenters, every home
I l.i n' *avr. >u will, thirl, : :\ / f, I II.. ou Know thn* nhi* ,Is c'ngar- I I "Oh no, no, it hnsn't come tr I happenings, of the four continents. The world\ seemed strangely out m the Und
"
\" to inn-hi-r man now? h" .n I"-l s' anything like that! Why, I'd have I of joint.

I >rn in ul wh.'n I .ink' youlvn I Il I : J\ ;. > I'nH-' further in living without Store sales sagged! abruptly. (.ur only the strangely alone. I'ttiplc, cannot co-nprrafc plant nnil of thousands on the outside, but "
: 1N:3 .
purpose
for II ifioinonl' I 1'1"itH flon't I h'nfrnl'l -'xi;: ;<' ,!, r ':Vanntnwdil: to another nr Ciirti' You see, you've bargains. 1 inance, always dependent' on cooptratii"became! fficult-In, .issoi.latio.is! ; 01' wsp.ipvrs! throu,,ii "hulit'letu'wsc

h.> Lrxkiout 'atlt ," 'Hv .,i- ;" : ff/\ ... liil.lim"! .lio -mid.Vhywl! him because, you don't know'I thr laicst news, wns thrown back upon the some cases" iinx>sMble. '' ,fthcnur1' I isdailvgaiiun-dex-'
I" \ '. \ .... .1",' wu"vrr so m'i'h, too fond abroad vh ril' and lute iiv.rlabte, all.!!
\ There communities chr. .
Joan hiiink l I.a..k fioni hnn ,in '.1' & Lctitla Evnns She's so persistent thin stream of lnrniatiun that came nre e n' ;
..lint ilu in .1.I in not u"lns *to hull. I ,, !'i ;p .;: I MHI to ev* r Uin1': it.. ..0\'OnO elno, fJu he cun't get out of her ft-klmn, throut'1, t'lc' t.ipe. \\ h'"it Was h.ip- rita lack of a newspaper nay be merck ;Not; l li sssiumtic,int untl quite as import-
whenwiiiild that
HI "i r r.llI". n > <"u I jiitMint vrtiiio '. / f4.UII I ,.1 n I lived foi nine > ,, pontnt/in, ; \\'VVmlun-itdn. !! Chicago" Ixjnit :a vexation. Not so with America, for I|int is the tr,.insular co-oiieratmn bitwcen.
h' 'Ip m..-I jil"t l h.'f of joii to I IK I c.omt, II.1... "ho had: mudo clutches" iin, ? 'I Hie world ,,tliu'.iui..s ua. h".itantmcricn, in a unique sense, is the Ian. I ot ..''ier, :is ., r and nubbi. Once it

Iciinl, mil h..I"l| ,flu.I '. J k',1' ] ln-r iJiithen to bo married In. r "Just the some, you know how 1fo"1 IIne'rrubeeauir, i wa.pinjr'y! infurmedi "1"rIIY &to-o/trtt't,' this, is the bnic: i ,i pub': ".i:i _, !ercnnnilisinv and

I II I w ,iM irnnuiw'il"'' nnl tu )liollov" In : (:,: i WON HUMi'' no fIn hai'pvVIy.murr'f-d' when. )'0.1el'o I von nbont it," sho an wl'rel. "I'm I '.wn for the humhltst tradcsrinn: this principle of its wonderful clevelimmi nt.),l."\.mt( all hr.ginsh! und( the wheels ofrr1 :
him slI.IoIen t &f I'.\VB u u* an mconveiiKiice \laJuuIlcscanperIteaa| thedurk! b,:Knot prounss.tup,
Joint Htari-l at tttoppuue
hiM n.IInn, .
: = : votir n.-xt' leiv. "- sho .iddi-d) 'h"'J/' fMirthteil! ,!, nf cotirso, that you're
: consMercil: that
there
; : and volition \ it
\\ilh' fimlnatrxl "von. ) : ; for many UUM.IS it uas fraught:; men. \\henjulln1rnt lire de-| .1 i n I is areWIth
Hut- hut I il"n I own know uhnNOII i I .' 1I'1\ here Rallie and! I hope you'll stnv the |irave-.t IKISSI'.MI,: ::'i.i. manded, ""j'le; must be :kei.nly a "ire of i ','''' 3 ,i's; < f cicli: issue of 1 3,40-- .

:11'I I (' flip uniil in It frluhtcnoilMure T'1 HiiFhcd. to the ..nnl' ifI Ling ('1101111 Ii to see the thing' U9 ,V'hv wa> ti.! :, e>.1' u u; *.- >..I'-':Loncert- one anothri. ihcncw.pnH.risahappvi! | : r '.c<(pnrn ,'ntl'ri"' try'rv home, office

.- I VP IIPVCT R..n'ou utitit _. I I. ir It "-11' an intolerable" Him.UP \ who are not blindod' by n. i il..l? rtborsn
""Iy -oh oh. t Jon t know who I -- '''''. ,s "I, .''uu'' .1! 'n "n"Ih..r n' ,, nun; it c-ul oil> --I'; : cit> t i i. t i O Kslde'if but its rul hinctloa is tn l luring about tn.a, the Litncss, of this! coopcr.ition.Vi'e .

votj" iri>. ..h.. unit,' nnitn, I, ." 'I 1 ti.. *"i ," .... --'1'1 I 'iiiiHttninV r.-t rf hero worsh'p" toe..ld -lint Iii; > >u.u;:.. i I. .li, ,..11.,11.. i it twal. tine .s &ei tat |l'eopie, nowc. cr \v... .iork y begin also, to >."-," the extent of the W
Til'.n tn told hi-i, ho imirliM. out I t I. i-i: -i I' .' "I I'I u,'IV 8.! ft"". '. Ellio y(ti tiovind so cynical and -.Vell''lOrc.i,! .!: .. ntti I of) i,'' city fm paruti./ >l, "r"v. ., toti-thcr intcilii. ,. on tji .h'r""clnR".nevhihbrin I '!'iI

''h,. I mill, I uilh,( I the di-tpi'union I of i I ".\'(l1i it>/' /lo !i/on (on I I' tu", flyf mon..y ai,.\ a !fine: p! hurd-houiU-d.. The world has surely .......Lil'c; nf e.ich. ",h.i', bli :. :. i.e "icotd "."ti>- d."l". ctiv.lv.ur : i I. 'rr' 'Ihinit.f':! | ; -.,1. :itic ntinuuuscorv- 1/
n< P.-11|IV fltii." in.MI ut UadicU"" I I ive come. to r I ly ..ilnostipers ,:....' ". I h' 0' the' I I''i,. II. v<(. i" is I in it-e-lfa rem.IT.e'!'I! cioitimih :'th rjrh. other. ,t
ii'
inanlli.i/ Why
frnm Ill!! / i dealt kindly with you. 1 ,. :> '
'I 1 1'/1] I I'lipi- 1.'R"'r""cl. I Joan smiled' IncrcdulouHly.omnbody I tor their 'I'c.'' 'KW- < HI'I' .v: luin OXi i\I''I? Ic i.I\'n'I ir\. nn r it ..n ;Nor; '!
..,. r vHtir''" nho o<'hoc I riH should you be no hitter ?" iom wuh, a n..i- ;i.. r' t t' "'*. t ',. ,only I is it a cmnpUx .1.i us",','n ii' 'h,'| (,\'-,,! .0'1/. "J.m AV-.j Letter ,

nimc with a hltla cry-the of'jor i j not-yet" I Hi I. broke dun I wnnt off hi r lo knjwyot i nnd" told you"has die just M-ild,mii'lo.ncdrnfu It I saw that I could, not change her I I N-- ,- .niidcnly turn.; >...1. l'iC I..e.II"o"I'! : : I abilit.c: ol i.aiiurcu. ".It''.. "' 'I la. "\cw'ascr.... ") t-.,

.
i
.j-lipi) her fjrp "..I..r-th..n! I .
to thl Curtiss and decided temporarily ,
1.00 moment his 'henrt seemed to :O.n would ,never do! such a opinion of
f don't hPUovi It, ,1 j,
i.411.I thi-n. I Iniliunotitly.'Its oh. stand still. n* ho thought; nt Nin'i I kllow-" to drop the subject "Go on, Sullie," urged Ellie. "I lure 20 feet from the south bank, motor car, this bridge has served

thi< t"IIh-r imcnr ,iIi thp t,,, ,,.I1I".nt.. i S ]|lu Fat MailnK clown lit tlio duo "I'm not, really. It's just that I have to struprifle/ down to the studioto where tho bridge! lies close to the is! day of usefulness fIt
I H.id' 'i fhidune,' thin I because ot him? flooi of (In- cuirlage, Jo.in wale i *
null, 1) look- I ran show you liulfi I should\ have married some poor unsuspecting take an art lesson a little later, water. will only be used! temporarily ;u
Theti.iln nt.irteil slowly' out of him Intently.
iojii. n litti-IM, to |IiIO\... ,it." [110 the stitlon."Till Hhe'WI1" not itilto| sure of him v, man years! ago" before 1 I | and left alone you'd! probably get I The truck was unloaded nnd the during the coming months! until tho ,
)hid throuuh hiM tunlrwlii I
,.,iin"llIf.II"I I I I ''ini' I I'Ptcr 1..I..r-vo.1. | pt. mr- who you :-ire..' Peter n..ld. It ull Hcemed struiiKO und unlic-l' / bud my illusions shuttered.! Butting: money. :Make her go Carmen." food. in boxes and! crates, piled! un- state\ of Florida completes a new ?

vou'vi' dommi' Iho 1I..lp; | kimlM She flmilid, alilito her.SUuIIlenIy around the world alone while mj | In the end they had! their way <'er tho bridge to support it. Board span of concrete and! steel as a link 'fin ;,

,. t nnp human rii-ln,j potjld hnvo "I'm .loan Indlr-ott. Non and T BIO! .move<1 u Htllo nl >: jazz-mad parents went their ow-r with me and i in a few moments I were I l.uil, over this temporary structure the transcontinental Black Bear
>m> In ,mother liv fplllnx "nio wh.il hAte livid top-ther for over so 1'.10" the suit towunlH 1 hi on. I the cities in the
fushion ha'! and other connecting
in truly modern found myself in a taxi with Car. II and the motor truck trail ;j
S ,hit' MIU did, Junt now Hut I uiint -mr, nliii-0 von and Tim '" 'tlt' to "\'h.it Kolnir to .I"?" iasked way
know nlfJru-1 mut" know nil Iho thi, vt.ir nlii- must hnvo ton! you ., o"nllv.'hal: are you do you v<.It made! mo exchange my sense oi 'men, headed! for what she vehem_ vehicles following, were allowed! to southern part of the state anil the \

iin I'vo hen flown 'it Loavi-n- about me-she wrote to you lortnonlha mo to do sentiment for a sense of humor." ently dec'lured would be a "corking pass over. magificent ridge country, of Ccntrnl ;
n-I only 'to town thH I from 1I.'t-" 'I
mm niv
up ir
been adventure Florida with the north.
really
Ho raised hla unhappy ycs "You've never Since the accident the water has
i ..nlnlt-It wai P.ito thit threwit "Hid" lic' Mild "I'c-ter, : Ids voico
:'h"r. I "on't bore you lIke thU o'inded. humlll.ited.. "I can't rev hers. love ?" I questioned. (To be continued next week) Kwarmed! with fish, coming up from While work is being speeded up ';J

I'% i1 lint to know niorij. !Surely: I member having any totters. I I "What con I do"?" ho asked. "1' "It seems to me that I've novel Does Snllio find diversion among the St. Johns river a short distance in the new link of this highway ,.;

"'i < nn have n lltllo 1ltY-/1 littlo runt rcrin niln-r, jour namo, or ever all BO InipoHmhlC'. been nnj; thing else," she answered!, the movie people, or docs her away. These have been Ragging/ which runs from this bridge i
unpnthv writing. to u woman nt nil. ." Ho i Joan considered for a moment."I .
nut-hut I'm-J'm full of It." I "ought, hlM eli'nclioil.. net down on should' like to help >otl." sl! flippantly. "But fortunately foi heart still yearn for the old days themselves with the tons of feed! through Fleming Island! and into ;;

un told, him. her pretty ('N't'I/* WPFO'Unil his knee 'hca\lly "My: God It's ..nltl, frankly, "I should lIke to ho me, it's usually with a different und! Curtiss! ? the motor truck hud! deposited, at Orange Park, shortening the distance

< nl 1 anxixed.'; nhi Ht.irPil. at hind", : hi ,mild, with uddcn. passion."It's Nan, too-If there I In anything I en person !" p the time of the accident. between Green Cove Springs
in in if hi wore aorno extrnordlnnry I not f..I1'-I I ought. to hive been do-nnythlng-I will, I prom!; BHmGE OPENED:
.!?.Imrn of manhood whom Hho hail told, 1-1 ought Ii) hive, bi-en/ stoppedfioin >.ou... "Seriously! though, Snllie-Allcy, : While this wooden structure* and Jacksonville by eight miles, the

t nr men hi.fore. "I-I'vu 01\va8 I hulling nn011011M I must 'Thank >'ou-I am euro you vlAnd I lost my faith in men when I foumi AFTER I CRASHINMotor I built many years ago to hold! tho state is at present time making re-

> >ni,(")l to ....0 you-N.in will tell you hove hurt her' there In somethlnR, -will >'onnd out that Warren Fisher! was jiscoundrel. weight of horses and fashionable pairs! and widening! the old route

Ihnt.' Hut If* nil 10 o'rlln"o-I.. Juitn I "It nearly broke her heart" Joan nut why nho I Is going to mart I really had und'inlCfailh : Truck Contents! Left in. equippages of wealthy tourists which swings around Doctor's lake
,
t hntipve 'it. Hep brown 1 iild She was enjoying hersalf now: fe-llow Sc-fton
'i i-k..rod). "If you'vn forgotten I tliU was .better lion nil tho novels/ that in him -don't you remember'?! Black Creek to Feed1'iHhei wintering in Green Cove Springs, from Lee's corners to :Morgan's corner -

nJM." "ho >mld In .r"I.lty| "how I "11.1 had r..n'-Rho) meant to let "If I ran-and If you aio BUIO who tlu "But Ellie, you knew, too, that ht it was not thought at the time that in Orange Park.
It >'ou run tnllt boiit Nan now? ,...1 PI' knew exactly what Nan had clue IH. Out Nan Is so reserved You had right tc
married. no this of motor and
I drn't' i.nderntund.: 101.111'0)0.1.I she wonts to he; perhaps she won was present age cars C

'''in i ("- 'ne.1 Arnott introduced,) I 11,1 movvd rcBtliinBly. tell mo. And. Mr. LYllter-moy I ui- his affection- Green Cove Springs: AUK./ 7.- heavy trucks would add so tree Proud Father-"What shall wo

V.. mo in 1 town n f"W weekt"Hut. I "(hq on-lull mo nih: about It." you a question?" "Yes, but what I didn't! know wa!! Truffle over Black creek bridge on mendous a stress and strain to the call it ?"

"Thuro I iMn't much to oll It certain.Her voico Wall a little shy nnd u- that n mnn who would bo untrue U state highway No. 3, between Jacksonville load! the bridge was planned to car Fond Mother "Let's call"it!
," .,,1.1| I jnn -" 10"1 Oh. If I wan after you wno wmindnd. Nan -
wife would be faithless to another and, Green Cove
.. ,. r-lenac. said! rotor his Springs: ry.
Quits"
rnrHntti'n nil nl.mit Nun. whnt In li'id loon, no |1"'lIent' I and, luhulekythov -
thi,' miml or, ....Inor heck to her now r You. told her 01.., nuiHtn'l expert any \\'cll-pcrhap. I nhouldn't-and nR' !promise" was! again open this morning, following In the early nineties President I

ih -- I !18-
see-what mean I
If >"U'". riiriiiitti.il her?" w..11|| i nouili to nine" : a flu"I Rhe said' mipposlnir you Bho-aho wan free tod:i.: some day and I know it. I tie-up caused by the breaking of a Black creek for its excellent fishing '

I' lirj.lnin ',,kl u coy ; If III'I, could nut .x- '.,ihi nt. .11.1'" n"nun t inliKl,\n'l,, that thin-Him urnevening. wan con- would, you. would you .. never have believed you were Indifferent I portion of the causeway at the while visiting. Green Cove

hwhnt .. .." i, fwiinm ; h,. 'hi|l | ,,,,,! know I V .i ". mit.. tli, t' (-'!i..ltd -I- would you ." She broke off, to nil\ the sweet, lovely south approach of the structure, Springs, and both he and P. T. Bar- '
1"1.\ I I.,. t ri.I| ( to continue, but her a '."i iW14
? luck tf N"". Mklnir
'"'I :'t: ,:1 .1" and I know
.. i i I things of life, Ellie Tuesday.! num. famous showman, pronouncedthis
mi
'hut hho lllnlluhU. si,.l .' UHlfuxi d ', obVlOtl. mm im
u,< .. -" "''iI wi., ii 'h, .i".iI "p_ -, I I'ctcr did lint look up. perfectly well that there are times Tuesday night a motor truck bridge one of the finest and, Hubs Pain

,,1010< I I Ih. ....10! 'lull nn n.1| i I. the, ( To Ho Tonllm. when you'll\ trade. all your suitorS heavily loaded, with feed for the strongest of its type at that time. >

- ---- and popularity and beautiful clothe Penney-Gwinn corporation nt Long: With the passage of years and.)I JbghtOut/v

Ii even laughs at his old stories," she for u home und! someone who really Branch, crashed through the strucI the ,transition of the horse to the'

loved 'ou"
concluded.

"1 see what you mean, but I can't For n moment I thought I saw n .---__--- .. .. ------... .. 'Of .. II
glint of u tear tremble on her eyelash ; I

think that Curtiss has gone very and then In a flash: she \\a-> I r I Veteran !

fur in this thing, Kllic. I with feel that this up from the divan upon which she I Warriors and Plainsmen

its just un t-ntunglcmcnt
had been re"tinlllt.n.1 was playing i I.new ,

Simej Kvnns;, he Jirllhat rouluod her ho stepped true nature into and before I i dance record.In i. Plan to Pass the Pipe of Peace I

spite of her nonchalant gesture -I
he's trying to .----------- .
--
I bt-lievo even now 1 ----
------ .
I felt that I had. treaded on "

get out of it" with the least harm I sacred Iround-II. sanctuary bidder REDSKIN and while who hut-tlcd, :1

; and fi'iimlul. away beneath the jaunty, debbon-! on the plnltm of 'the
-'wing'tha :
Cfessio/ -
sniffed.
Kllic ,
I nulr und heedless creature that the went sixty years ego, inuy m, ctI

of a IUASW wife _.. "It must take n whale of n lot of world thought was Ellie Mitcholl.: I l next year for the flrnt-nnd peihapn' .

love to have that much' confidence I, The .door burst open and a girl the final-reun.on, ever arranged

IHutcal bu 1'cwJ 1'Ib1-. lIah in someone who hus treated you dnrtod through the rom ns! if she. Only a few of the hiick kin.clad _

i I like ('urli M. I might as well tell I were totally oblivious! of our pres plainsmen of Cuxtvr anti l Phil' Kearnoy 1 '

'" you and, all. your frlc-nds lire per- (111)] %. are loft but n handful of ?
V Ui.critnss ? I once."Carmen. ( ; :
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I foctlv indignant. MarJ, for instance Ellie the painted. wairlm, who rode.whwluin. '
is wsri 'SSKII: 'I", I announced toss I a ,
and
IIIK! in' -it (up find Interesting :
wrote mo that I should! insist on ing her head In the direction\ In agaInst theIr ranks still

('o--in i! in MII,'li :.1 fla''I'ullt disregard, coming here nnd getting me" alive
"What do Kiln-i:h I ami I your up whieh she hud so swiftly departed"She'll
.MIU inriin. of the. l'I''1111' ..lit I i..n". It's cvi'n !gutI from an ugly situation. She This year' the fronneiHiiu-n und
uwuy be back In a minute. She
how earth .did Know about
on <'>u I
> i'll In I Jacksonville because Mnrjolu adores and knows what a suerifu scouts are meetIng In Seattle Over
Curtiss anti Lctitiii, UMIIH ?: I lu.I U- (' 1..l1twullh1'010. mo about it. you already for Cur- really doesn't mean to be Indiffer In SPokane the Indiana, hold their
'.- you've made
ed.! ('nt. She's probably forgotten! something national convention Now Mann are
Shi- told IIH- to inuko you conio UI'h're ti.su by giving up ull the luxuriesyou've anti wants; to get it while shd 1,<'lntf mailtf to bring the two conventions .

"A little- bird told mi- ROIl. gc-t away from the wholo boon ni-ctistomod to and ecoI remembersSho together. HO that the ancient

"Please bo serious," I ph-ndcd," 14i t Oat Ion." I nomizing ever since you've been enemies may bury the h"uhet and
In moment the
risht.
n
"thin. I is u matter of life'n happiness wns: Hmoke a flnul pipe of |. -urc loiretherliefora
my show
"Yon 111111't think i that ?- married. Whut .does he do to with whom Ellie shared the .
,
girl they travel to the lui|'|>v huntIng
and! hero johiii.EI1'Io .
you are I couldn't go on. hiit appreciation ? halve nn affair apartment returned ind, spoke in fcroundH lieyund the Ilue>
sat up, inhat) was f'r hi-r !"
"That your paragon! of nuintlyvlrttu with H rude little flapper all friendliness, to both of us. Only few U>ft.
liejtiified ition 00.I liipxed
a po "
i is actually sido-stepping ?" "I don't think it's exactly that, "Pushed hack tn grab nn evening/ Fumoua Indian nirhteia still, are
back into the mnr> xeriotis mood" in
I dofendcd dri-ss. Am going to be ono in a cuttervd thru ho westvluto haired.,
I igiii'ti-d' her slang and 1
her firxt : sarcasm
which she hid made an hut mrulKhl' a," HupllnKM and I with
,1th.\ .. onr-morks mil beone in the movies. But they
lind nodded. "It haM mc\ >
keen an thiwe that' toved the
nouncement. eyes an l'I..IIIKn'o anll 1'hulli, "hll
another girl too for aright .lIlhf .'u.l, "tIirr OHr thI'stern .'
pl.IJII" nh"r
"Listen, Sallie, I hadn't meant to "Well, of course I don't know chc-rie. I really want plains "when I the pi-sky. Sn.ux. licked hullS hall: .p"lury nllll are pl.1II1I11I1I ," 111" r""l1lo...
and Jiminy! hell nuta Uncle: tI...... 1110 MIIJ. J Htistiunder. ., ,, ,, .. out "Pili for IIpd
continued I. "I couldnot prominent part >e" I ? M rtoKearney litue Ihat .
spill the fact that I wns on tu 'ur.t how fur he's, fallen for the wiles of "Anjwny I \ Mali .1. II. Ostrmth.r, plains .scout with
Sullie! The director showed me a prairie scout with Jim and lirldfr., I.. ,telling\ oiirM.
tlss' misdemeanor hut I couldn't .nit ilu-i t.t'lttiii Kvuna: but I do know > have domanything but help I llrldxer. Buys a 1''

back and watch something I like- that thif, Sullie, iiny woman provided rurtiss. You see that really was picture of the type they wanted and "You talk alum perslHtent-e. win It. will "u".1 the b'"Y"1 nctlonl"l three Sioux
beside'sloved him I you're her very Image Come along the major, n. 1,1I'lUr.'lu" fIgure In In the w..t.. war bonnets dangling at
put over my best friend and uct she is. leiiHiiiiiiblv attract livl', undstt my Iul)', and The hi* belt Urldh-er wu* a* good 1 a. hlWord ..
It'll be a lurk for us both, and, you headed liucksklns. hutted and' vaunt major coveted l an Indian, pipe
like a dumb-bell about it." -< hi-r' mind to it, can got any so that it ionic everything easy. to ben |letted, 1 as of old "ThnMtf Sioux at- and .beaded. tobacco puuch belontclnu Ostrander Mill ha* the. rallo.Those .

"I've known nil summer that they man :and any wife who holds her I It had not been easy, and I re. novor can tell, you might Bet I t-icked old 1 Koft Phil Kearney I ISM (o Brldgc-r were the day of 'Bangt

were seeing i-nc'h other hut I hud husband might just ai well put it luliz..I. the moment that I had ,nid ht-ud-liner!" ,'linea I know I kept Irllckn'" He Got Them And Can*they! Two'II all Ked"klna bit the dust!"
coma back
I next
and declared that year
no Idea anyone else had noticed.! Do down to luck und nothing short of it, that I wns beginning/ / to tell a I laughed and nnally we. gate up They were too "If you get buck front. your when Blowy' Mac k haired veteran o'
talent fur us" next
such ambition Jiuuth(
reckon-" it. that 'the other woman' has failed string of petty lies to protect Cur had no or II,. irilim thai licked hell outa
scouting I'll "
With the trip
Fort give
you major In Kearneywa em to
I had
":-:9, I don't think the whole town '1 I to make her appearance with tiss, nml, recognized! it for a primi. that strange as it may seem, I .. Jim DrldKer. who discoveredYellowBinn promIsed Briditer you. Uncle Sam" lather to swap mem-

18 on to it, yet," Ellio interrupted, her flattering compliments and! ; tive emotion, indulged in, no doubt, never particularly wanted to be a park anti for describing. When the major cam back wiu ones m- "I with l. nmU(IIle white Itrkf.hatree thtn! frontier
actress. >
"but of course your own set 1 it: ,, fresh enthusiasm. Why.; I bet she ,I by the cave woman In order! to movie-queen or an



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 13. 1926 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA i
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.----------------,- -'r'rNlJl.s I Chi'pion .. Hairs TRAFFIC LAW FOR VINE I the road department forces to work. I| church was delivering his. first ser t,
cng Scorn Bo' CAUSEWAY; INTO EFFECT Several days '
) ago one of the largo. man. The dark>' jumtot' was a critical -
of Florida in Short Pag.Ta;, I busses crossing the fill was stuck listener fr mt u buck corner

I "< ntMinute<' I'rriods Fur Trn\v1 and delayed traffic from ,I o'clock i e' liurch Tho minister's sermon 'I
-- F-' In K.tch: Direction KjiUMishi'il: J in the nfternoon until 0 ,,":10at\ wneloquent tint, his prayers'
a
\S h"1Fill Gets 1 In Had Order I nuht: ci moil tn IIIVIT the -tnole category ,

Live State News i "\y" do not want to repeat such of human \v.intH.

I ii.unes\iiic, Aug 0.-Twenty-J: long holdups of traffic," said Mr.Thrasher. ': After the services one of the deacons :;r.

minute one-way traffic OUT Payne "It is our object to serve asked the old! dnrky what ho I I 'fII'
J' prairie;, causeway will in all probahilit the )public us best, w<> cot and III- thought of the new minister."lhm't ;' Ji!
: \ be started this morning though the t TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES ,\ ( ] you thii.!. lie offers up a '
I about> oVIoik, it was Announced iMilinr, we cannot put the' surfacingon <
rood Joe? '
I" prayer,
vest'rday InI... It. Thrasher, H- : the causeway until the bane ban ;,:
.. .. .. .-. Mi 1111..' suhtnnly. does, boas
.:-.'---'-'--'---'---- ------ -- ; vision engineer' of the flute road i hud, time tn IIl.ttll.t' '

Quincy.-Tho Florida bright leaf: penses of piloting the Woodrow 'I:. d"J'"rlllh'lIthl) was in this city ) ---- .--- \\ln.' ,dot\ ,rum/ axed de goad Lord ,

tobacco markets opened yesterday 1, Wilson highway In Columbia coun- yesterday. for u conference with :\ "I'renclier a \\ omlerThe ''to'. lliniis' tint\ ile odder preacher ,

with favorable prlves prevailing. A ty. Thu passing of the highway henry" I.. linker, engineer for road new nil! tletet-tn .1 (di;" ," sold here '' '". and bridge .Ii..t. l'iLt0.: 1 of this .
large quantity was ut anmirage I through Lake City la considered -- ----" ---- -
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price of 22.93:; per hun :' appropriate inasmuch W. B. d i county.
01.,1 pounds. Quality; generally wus Kennedy, who operates the Giocn. t Phe Men; which is new In thixni

,",.,'d cod ndi"ntlon:! point to u I Lanteru Inn here, i is a nephew ,of .>n of the country, has been" The '
i sful teakon..it the war president Kennedy' mother < nii>1 lo\ed, ill the north for mine

I was Miss: :Marion\ Wilson", tin Inn',, 'in the elimination of ,divan.' '

I ,.l AlyurH,--Leo county tuxes I late president's sister. I i\\ In i.n'\iiig it (nut one' mini i- t I In1il Buick Motor Company :
> ,' ;miicd on either, end i.1't tin, I lilt
\l ,ti mt yesterday when the board
,, Davenport.-A survey made In They will have \vntchei.el t.iirii'i. : I
.I 1 "ounty coinmishiuiu.-rta adopted the Davenport llealty: Board n'- erFor) one 20 miivite permd, t tl.i invites every lover. I
I budget for the coming year which ; ,
veils that business condition-, man on the .south side of the fill
v ,ill enable them to reduce the tax I
this city ars showing new life and will hold traffic hm'on\ the n"- of fine
,tick nt 1-2 mills. The budget motor cars to
hoses a .small increase over last forecast u prosperous) fall and winter t ;plialt rued lending to the (,II. \\lnl, ,' ;.
season. Kutuil trade and the the man on the north, side nllot \\ -
year but a higher assessed valuation sale of new automobiles in this t the traffic t.. gn thru ii not'-.t t 1"Htl'd, I drive the I
will make the tux rule lower.
community continues to hold! up h)' oncoming cars.. When he ha- ttf

well and in some cases even shows let his List, car through t the I man
Key West-Tht. newly constructed. un increase. Merchants are looking nil the south end waits until it has f

navy tug Uugudue| has arrived at forward to the biggest fall and r )5* )passed, and then releases. his. traffic GREATESTBUICK

the Key West Navul l station: from winter business in the history of --EA.:; Log Angilci niinnu, while the man on the north en I

Hamptoi Roads, V'a., and will be this city.Keystone. Mrs. Ljrtlu McPherson ((1l'rll) and Mrs.' Achsnh CrR'nlh1'1'' the winner steps his t traffic for a :20 minute
permanently stationed here. Captain In a long hair contest conducted In Los Angeles. Mrs. Md'h< r"on'B lucks )period., S
Thomas James has been transferred Heights-Negotiations ire seven feel long and Mm. CrnvintTo six feet long. This method of controlling the+

from the tug Buyspring to for an a.lditiulto the city lighting ---Bob---It* -Never'- -' they----declare-----We- don't--blame-them- ,-- ;, traffic Hitliation on the fill, which

the command of the new navy tug. plant) twice the size( of the present to the farmers attending, the annual is at the )present in bin! conditionnear
installation arc being carried on the cdgcxvis, decided' l,
," ul'mers'lnll Fruit rowers; upon) lj
Winter Haven.-The need{ for a by the Keystone Power company News From Institute at Gainesville. The saniv by, Sir Thrasher and 11 Ir. linker afI -

home for teachers In Winter Haven of this city. 1 days he helped dedicate a new pub. I ter it was found, almost impossibleto .

is emphasized by the fact that The present unit is loaded to capacity State Capital lic building in Wnldo and then returned route the traffic over the county EVER BUILT M

already applications are being received and cannot handle the increased to the capital. lie found road Micanopy; across the prairies .
by the chamber of commerce load made evident by new more than a score of imitations which caused so many complaints ..

and other organizations from teachers construction now in sight. The Tallahassee, Flo. Aug. Joe on his desk when he returned, but 1 before the opening, of the ,faare IR Ila/b/ [
who will require rooming and power line has already been extended Tracy, convicted murderer and because of the coming pardoning new state route. j t :

boarding places.Monticello.The. to the site where the Florida I bank robber, is still at large following ".il. meeting and other state The old road I U in good condU Btaro. ,

Chautauqua will erect its build his escape from state prison functions will be forced to refuse Lion to Kirkwood, where it follows!

farmers of Jefferson ings this fall. guards near St. Cloud August! 6- many of them. | the right of way of the new county

county will gather here to- Tracy, who is serving a life sentence bond I I through that section. From

day for an agricultural conference Fo't1)'ers.: Aug. 4.-With a total at Raiford for the murder ofa William Grady Kelley, sentenced! Kirkwood, on it I is in bad shape, and I .
which will be featured by a picnic of 3,245 sleeping rooms listed I taxi driver hud agreed to take in Jackson county to five years for !I, cars attempting to go over it do II
here and a number of interesting for rent and resta bunts in the city I] guards to where he had buried grand larceny in I'.M'J! and, who escaped no at t the risk of bogging I AO-IS

and instructive talks on farmingin I with a total seating capacity of I $110,000 worth of bonds in the the following year, has. been i i Rainy weather during the past and know the thrill of the Ceo

Florida. The affair Is being I 2,002( guests, a study completed today i Everglades The party had gone recaptured by the sheriff' of Walton few weeks hat{ rendered the fill I''
held under the auspices of the Far- by the chamber of commerce into the Everglades and returned county near DeKuniak' Spring 1 rather boggy' in place'i. Provided, tury's greatest contribution to
,
mers club of the :Monticello Cham. shows Fort :Myers and Lee countyto with the supposed securities. Kelley wns placed in Lea\enworth the automobile "lays in the center motor car -an engine.
progress
ber of Commerce. have at the present time nearly Tracy asked permission to stop at prison and. escaped between the ''of the road, dire is no ,danger! of I i

400 hotels, rooming and boardinghouses the house of a relative in St. Cloudon time of his escape and capture in sinking, but near the shoulders VIBRATIONLESS beyond belief. ,

:1iaml.pieth Zink, 17, may in the city the survey the way and there" made his es- Florida. I there arc boggy spots. which have Cm on waiting at our ___-you bmr no lHluilflal.
lose his arm as the result of being shows providing: 2,782 rooms for cape. The guards allowed him to I I been giving trouble.
I
attacked by a giant barracuda as visitors while the check shows Boca enter" the house alone and the batik Retirement of $001,507 in state! Five cat loads of grovel arc being II

he was swimming only 20 feet from I Grande to have 171 rooms San- robber! est aped through a back school bonds. hold against! the state : )put on the fill in the buggy' I REGISTER MOTOR CO.

shore off :Miami Beach yesterday ibt'}. !93/ ; Captiva, 79; Uscppa 70; Window. by the board of education will bo 'places' but with the heavy t travelit I

afternoon. Other bathers declared I Alva, 26; Bonita Springs, 30; Wul- Tho fact that Tracy lived his life I effected early in October, accordingto : has been n I most impossible, for STARKE I FI.OHII 1 DA

that ho made no outcry and their fcrt 8 and Estero, 6The report in that region and knew the Everglades John C Tuning, state treasurer. --- --------- --" '.
first intimation of the accidentcame I shows 124 eating places in the city j as well has. made it diffi- These bonds. were converted, into

when they noticed the water ranging from small cafe with seating cult for him to be captured. Opin- refunding bonds. in I'.lOl! () and, 190.1: -
about him turning red from blood. I capacities of eight or ten big ion here seems to be that the the last remnants of the indebtedness l. 1s
I
restaurants seating as many as 200 I guards with him.,,'ere extremely Florida incurred during the reconstruction f
Tallahassee.-Packing plant operators at one time.Tallahasseein. negligent No official action has I days. This. i is the so- I ,
were urged in a letter sent yet been taken although a rewarJ | culled Florida JmMitedpess. but I iL

them today by J. Hinton Pledger/ reply to queries of $100 for the recapture of Tracy I j which is owed by one department

supervising inspector of the depart I from the Florida Grower, J. II.j has been. ported by the prison de-. of the state to another. The bonds II

ment of agriculture, to register j Pledger, surpervising inspector of partment.The r will I.e. retired without taxation,

their plants for operation duringthe i I the department of agriculture announced securities Tracy recoveredwere { according: to !Mr. Luning. The interest I \.ti i iI

citrus season! not later than I { that Section 5, Chapter found to be foreign and from state money in banks s
September 1, in compliance with 11010.-, Acts of 1925 commonlyI worthless lie had previously returned 1 during the years from (121!> to 11120\ 2
state! laws. Registration blanks I known as the citrus fruit L w pro $31,000()() In buried loot. It has been put into n sinking fund, ; ; h I I II II

and instructions were sent to the I I vides for collection of one and one was evident from letters to hh for this purpose I II '

plant owners. half cent tax for each box of oranges wife now in the hands of the prison .
I I 1 SAMPSON CITY I I
and grapefruit shipped between authorities that the one-time member
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Fort :Myers-Recommending the | September 1 and November of the famous Ashley gang I J JI

establishment of a municipal nursery j 1211. Should. this amount to more planned his escape carefully.The i I School opened here :Monday with -
at a part of its plan for preserving i than expenses of the inspection de- ""Mrs. Alvin Wasilm of Graham; as

and increasing tropical the state railroad, commission teacher.Mr. .
ptirtment governor may, by: That
plant life In Fort :Myers, the city I order, and proclamation reduce the through Fred II. Davis, counsel. fur and :\drs..1.' It. Capo L. C. 1 they

planning board will ask that the amount of tax. On the other hand the commission! has filed .suit :Moonand[ :Miss! Lucilo Moore[ of

city commission make provision for should expenses amount to m...re against the road, for violating one Jai('kfonvillc-4 spent Sunday here I
the plant it was announced yester ,I than collections, there is no provision of the rules of the commission. guests, of :Mr. and :Mrs.[ C- A. Johns.E. on
day. Statistics will be presented to make up the loss. The Seaboard was found guilty of P. Jones of Wildwond is. may carry

to show! that the nursery will sup- --_._- |I applying the wrong rates on the spending a few days here with his.
itself after four of I .A IHlmlt DISH Charlotte Harbor and 1 Northern mother, Mrs. S. [R. Jones.
peratlon. i I ',I railroad u line chartered by theI Friends. of '\'. II I, Smith will re- Look into the face of your boy or irl.There's .

I I H. M. sends-us the story of a''I I Sculioard. i grot to know that he i ill confined I l I I I I ,
Tallahassee.-Tho site is being bride who asked! her husband I to his home and hope to sec him fine stuff there" -that lift of the head lls pride I I i !

cleared: by removal of three old young; to copy off u radio recipe) The Florida Saute College for out again soon. I -there is intelligence in the level eyes I I I I II y -
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buildings, for the new communityhotel |I which she wanted.! lie did his best, Women ended its summer term recently Mr[ ". Hiram Wynn and children I A man or woman of the South-in the making f I % I { t jOur
to be erected in Tallahassee. but got two stations at once, one with 51 J graduates. There vent the week end,{ here with her I

Stock: subscriptions totaling $300000 :; ,- I i of which was broadcasting the 'I were 511 enrolled during that term. mother Mrs J. A..1. :McKlnney.K. i children live in a day of high prp' "lure. The
recently were collected to finance I I II '!! Registration for the fall term will 1:I. f IJones) Lewis Parish and I
morning exercises and the other South has taken its place in the front ranks of In-
the new hotel. It is scheduled I I the recipe. This is what he took ;! begin September tI.: and classes :Misses Ethel VII rne., :Mantle Hall I dustry. Modern methods of manufacture scientific
to be completed by the time down. will start three days I later. and, :Mabel, Thomas. were visitors to a" "ar
I I II |!I farming, improved transportation-all are factors in "
the next legislature goes into session "Hands of Hampton, Bench<<: Saturday night.: I
on hips, place one
| cup ,
in April, 1027.!/ Constructionof flour on the "shoulders, raise Knees 1 The monthly report of the state :Mm. S. E. Jones spent n few daysat building", the industrial South. This development -:

tho building is expected to be I and{ depress toes and mix thordughly treasurer for July .showed a balance Graham last week the guest of'Mr. i I brings: with it many changes in our customs and S 1111,
launched by September 1.Bartow. I in one half-cup of milk. Repeat i 1'! of $111.2--I.IoIII.3: !) for July 31. The and :\1'11.[ !llirum Wnsden and habits. e!;" rirf

I six times. Inhale quickly one-half I I I balance for the end of the fiscal :Mrs.' Equillri Jonos.Mrs i
.-The citrus crop of Polk teaspoonful of baking powder low.I j i! year June 30 was $t7fiT:;r,317.32. L. :Morgan and, children are But we must hold fast to the idealism of the Old

and Highlands counties embracedin er legs and mash two hard boiled I I: Expenditures for July were $'3- visiting her sister, Mrs. \.. II. I South-the ideal of useful end intelligent citizenship.The .

the Polk county district, for the eggs in a SICAC. Exhale breath na. I, 7H5,391J.Oo; !/ : with receipts of $2- Smith this week. children must carry it on. ..-kn..I..III.. 1 Is'u'1f n..nry toyalgavenunenlan.llhi
season just ended was! worth $11240.000 ,. 1 .
331,020.80.! || 1 'hap'|'invii.
turally and sift into a bowl. Mrs.[ E. L. Harper and childrenof
to the growers, notwith- This is primarily a matter of education. of au,...ki,1, 11'hiHiU and! tht means
standing the fact that 3,512,709 "Attention: Lie flat on the floor I the Hawthorne, are here on a visitto I of vfltjcMHin. hall I forever Uen*
and roll the back The validity Greater Sarasota her :Mrs. E' (; ."
white of an egg mother M. oo boxes were shipped, as against 4,- charter, granted in the special average: year's pay of teachers in elementary
ward and forward until it comes to R. L. and Jim Gibson of Gainesville .
/VimAi (' ft'uj" O/:4. frets
$01,313 boxes shipped from the i' legislative session of 102:;, has I and secondary schools in the states of the South ? .
a boil. In ten minutes remove spent Sunday here /guests at : CJurth Cnruliar.way
name territory during the season I II been sustained by the Florida Su- served by the Southern is only $637. Southern Kail-
from the and rub smartly with a' the home of :Mrs.' Joule! Hull. ;
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of 1021-25: according to J B. Rust, I rough towel Breathe naturally and preme Court. The petition. to net :Mr. and :Mrs' Thomas Oldham System, which pa-s three million dollars per

manager of the Polk County Sub dress in warm flannel and serve the charter aside was based on the visited her brother W. II I. Smith annum in school taxes ventures to express the view

Citrus Exchange. with fish soup.-BoHton Transcript. : contention that the new charter here :Monday.Mrs. that greater material rewards should be enjoyed by
I ( toook in too much farm land to be
: Carl Wynn and children of
the men and whom the .
women rests
Lake upon responsibility
. City-The county commissioners taxed as city property.Gov. .
Hush! Lake Puller, spent the week-end
of Columbia county have I of teaching the children of the South.
awarded tbo A married couple were knocked i' and ;Mrs. jonn W- Martin here with relatives. ,
a sum to defray exGrove's -
down by motor. The dashed ,j Dr. W. Middleton: was a pro ,
[ a car I have returned from the recent governors'
fessional visitor here last week. i iMinn
away. The police arrived and conference In Cheyenne/ ,
found the couple bursting with indignation Wyoming, and have recovered from Cato Thomas' spent last s
week at Lake Duller with rela-1 I
especially the wife, j the fatigue of a trip which carried OUT
"Do know the number of the
you them tha 5,000 miles and tives.Mr.
necessitated -
more
and :Mrs. J'm, Varnrs and
? asked the :
Tasteless car policeman. almost steady traveling 80t1TMCg4
and{ :\( :
daughter, Bessie, lS'4lyrl1
"Yes, replied the husband, "by
fur two weeks and four days. The
Chill Tonic a strange coincidence the first two governor came east with the New urday.Varnes visited relatives here Sat I RAILWAY SYSTEM

numbers formed my age and the England governors, cutting short .
For Pale.DelicateWomenand second two the age of my wife." the trip through the Yellowstone Hollywood-Plans being discussed .

Children. 60c "John," said the wife, "we will National Park.Wednesday for erection of $030,000:; new Jfie senxH the South
Southern
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I l" '-- ->-'..",.,. J.1 I on 7-mile section of FrostproofFMendc : I Famous Railway President With Winner of Victoria Cross

I. : highway

I < Lake Worth-Rids received tor Y

4hfgaalya cin, ),tiuition of 300,000-ffnllon wtter .

eIJ link for city v

a :Ml Horn-Improvements heirmade Sunday: : g

to water lines of this city. } / .

: :m n ..In'k.onvilleHendrickll avcnu "In Christ

to. he paved. B. Y. P. $ aw -.-
I1rlllh'nton-Total of 4.031! cai Evening :
\1S1IKN-M: KHHKITMi : I'T.\TE :SI'1'ERIN'I'ENIEN'I'EXI'I..IINS; I \) ; "
I o loads and! I.MI.HIS 1 crates rite ( 1 1Il'p
: IIIIIK) SIIOltT.Ha:.;
fruits !! vegetables shipper! from It
an
1111,1Ir:
: Ji'lin s ""tt I nllh'l1; '

Isabel ;llrlrrtt' In,th "I'l IVnMi '" > !' .\ <>f :Monc Provided I by :Manatee] 1. county for season (ends i l : y A h. ..tr.s .

wen nun"ried Saturday ufterfirot '" Mill.i He .\sscHsed Not July I r.

the resilienceof ;Mr. feisty:"I' Sufficient lne\'III.-.1'k. started on
,
:parents, :Mr. and l MrsV: W. ire "V $70,000 city hall.PalmettoCelery Sunday, ; y r

den. The cerenony was pc1'formt'cby I The tax )levy for free 8chool : jrrowers! in thl ; J. :M. 1 v ,

Judge George A. Gardiner, it I books in the J public schools of Fin section 1 planting seed] beds]. I"r.> \L 4

the presence of a few friends an,I ids covering the first nix grade", i Orlando-Work started on instal : clock.

relatives] was hardly sufficient to cover the :' Intlnn of police call boxes! in citjTampn ,, I tifythe I

!Mr. r.ainilen, who Is the only 1101'I i I' cost of ull<'.hlllf the orders for the! : -United :Markets Com Truby ,

of :Mr. IInd11'11.: IJnisdcn: wits reiieil ,. year and the allotments must 1I bl! finny op..ninnp.w/ $100,000 warehouse day school

in Bradford l county; and attend! ,:I I I reduced accordingly/ is In effect here. I During i

the Bradford High School! Th 'he notice being given the county |! ITmh..rouJlh-Contract let for will r"1u

will milk their home In Pinsnco I I superintendents of the state by : now courthouse, costing $1.. OO.OOO. church, 1 I

wht're11': Buisden is (employ I'1 Superintendent:: S Cawthon. [ \Iiaml-Floricla: Power & LitrhTo. us, in i

with the !Marine hospital. Fricn I In Issuing free books for the authorizes S2,000 expendituri the week ; : ,

are extending bent wishes 1: forthcoming school term tho stat in this communityHollywood member"

.-- department has based its alto --Florida Power am \ : I

Hal Y. Mjincs und County Kiyincer n., merits upon the total enrollment at II Light Company building additional Your \'(' 4t t tof ,

11111 of Lake Duller] we: !! day" was ,
the close of the last school ten sub-station here costing $50,000 '

among the visitors to Stnrke Tue and not upon orders by school nup- rl'I1'rr"ntr'l' let for confriction >. / :' I

day. erintendents.Mr.; of new $125,000 chamber I

: Cawthon'a explanation follows of commerce building on East Cen, Enoch '
SL'KKENCY-AI.LKN:\ ; : ti-al I Church B W B6ATTY, t RfrSIDeUT AMD CHAIRMAN STAFF' ; CAPTAIN I? M. STUAI8T, ".C., QSO,
I, avenue. Davis CANADIAN PACITIC, RAILWAY + EMPRESS OF SCOTLAMO
I "You probably will be disappointed Went Palm Heach-Contracts lei I .
The marriage! It announced ot !i in the operation of the law governing nf !tlTl'.lOO fortreet pavlnprK I, (' : l : the picture herewith ihows E at both ends-Vancouver on the one department possessing severs
:Miss! Vera Surrency, of Brooke, \Vlnl'lI< President Chairman Pacific, and Montreal and Quebec millicn: of acres of farm 4nd. upon -
W. Beatty. and
l I the distribution of free text .New to be : : from Europe: and
and :Mr. R. C- Allen c.f T'lnnt City; :.Towntor- bridge .j..1 l "..rv : of the Canadian Pacific Railway on the Atlantic-with 3.500( milesof which settler :
which solemnized Sundi, I hooks since you do not receive more uttte,1, on Dixie Highway north of I and Chairman of the Canadian hi> railway across Canada. other countries are placed:
,
was ;
than half the books you expectedSuffice citv. : Sunday Pacific Steamsbins. Ltd., with President Ueatty. who achieved Stair Captain R. N. Stuart of'
August 1, at Gainesville. ',r "O, I Sufi Captain I K. N Stuart. V Co.o his high office when he was only the "Empress of Scotland" the'
!! to any that the levy for: 'rnvneCrmv's bluff bridge heir Pacific
The wedding was a quirt one, Empty i ?" 1 S. U.. R. N. R. of the "Empressof 41. ls at the head of the greatest largest vessel In the /Canadian
with only intimate friends end I re'atives ']_ the free books does not provide auf_ I rr'n'ilt.V'nro' I ,IreHsed to I Scotlnnri" when President Beat- transportation system In the world: fleet! won the coveted Victoria

l.-nmed'ati'ly, '! .il. flcient funds to purchase either in Death-Contract let for tv nailed for Europe on a business the steamship services covering Cross during the world IOU
present, kind, the books the may roan trln. over 30.OOO miles, and the railways while serving as an officer of a
ter the ceremony, the couple" ]dt quantity or grading Vero Benrh-Tampa road. tl': ."". |If I One of the features of this mis- In the United States and Canada "mysterv; shio" which did very effective
whey will be needed for tho next year :Mount Dora Standard Oil Com- of for 20.000( miles work for the Ur'tisb Navy.
In their car for Plant City "ndi": : ion was the olacmir an order extending some
I Pel'haps, often the system gets into Then there are other big Interests Stall Captain Stuart Is a young 1
Mr. Allen holds a valuable position pnnv liud lin.; new filling station "v,,", \\"i".'; for two bin passenger steamersand Kio.uuu( Scotsman whose pet ,eereloo is ,
hotels
operation, tho intent of tho law three freight ships to augment including thirteen
as contractor They are at horn h"r". miles of u-Ugraph lines bungalow talking about himself and his
to their many friends at 10U1 N can he more fully carried out. I c .., -x '.... '" ,,cooao high! l\\; I If and his the Meets Pacific covering and hookinc the Atlantic UP- camps, a big express company and heroic wartime achievements.

Wheeler street. "The book companies would\ not h.I ;i ,,,;it.) lie erected here -- ------ ,,
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:Mrs Allen is the daughter or agree to ship any books until the Pi "-non. Sni"'no's-''tnellas; avenue "M'n" : --- -

A. li. Suneney of Ilionker, and hils commission agreed! not to Ito ',,'yonllthe (1 -. I.r ..*.....1".' or* n'w".I.I' '!"i.at: part Ei11..VliliJJo1f.D llar Gas Light POiVtf DtvelQJlmen i
fund If the state. ,
provided.
taught in \the Bradford taunt,; rt'--Centrat'ct: \ at $2,3m-( ds eoua;..,

schools. for a number of years am superintendent hud carried, out the Olin to dredge main channel and :Mrs' R. xin: Elori a; H i gTr.ftllsivlrFrml$1uiSSfiiif8sCUiesL \
ordered 1 all '
letter and
the
for tho past .se\ernl] !months hui law to construct jetties in :Miami harbor. 'iho has I\

been residing in Jacksonville when< books for which the requisitions of Tarpon Springs-$25,000; bond 'mst six \\'(! New York City Special High tension transmission The huge central power station at Fort Lauder
called 1 the
she held] a position as stenogrnphei county superintendents Issue to be voted on, for construction : Cone I of electrical power to 88 cities In Florida together dale will consist of two initial 30,000 K. V. A. turbo
law would have become n dead, letter generators. with an ultimate capacity of 200,000( ( K.
.Joul'nal..frl'o. of hospital.hrnstprnnfVork I .
in the Jacksonville city Clarence
central stations
with the building of generating
for the publishers would not V, A The central' power station nt Sanford will
Their many friends, ore extendinu started paving eke ,, and the construction of gas and Ice plants are have an initial generating capacity of l2Run 1: K. V, A.
bent wishes for n long and l hiippj I have shipped any books at nil. They 21-foot boulevard on Lake I Reddish included In a fifty million dolla construction program and an ultimate capacity of 150.UOU K. W. The 1 Sanford -

married, life.luiTisr I have had no assurance that they riinch, from 1st to !Oth streets, at I rnnsncting being undertaken by the Florida Power and and Fort l.audcrdalcplants. will be interconnected -
would hnvct received I pay for their Light Company. The construction budget: covering a by a douhle circuit (1U K V high tension transmission -
;
sir.\i:\ tV SCHOOL :I I books if the orders had been in excess II III (ost of $120,000. ,?r Rlltu < 20-month period closing with the year l'J2S, calls (oran line which will furnish ample block power
Lake City-Unusually good to- Everett average monthly expenditure of 2"A\ million dol. for "H purposes, to the various. communities served.
ENJOYSNNI'I.. PICNICThe :\ : of funds provided.! 1 hacco this season In'' I nd Amy ; lacs. At the end of 1U25. the company' had expended The Florida( (Power and Light Company first !la-
I crop grown seventeen million of a 60 million dollar budget The gnn at Miami. taking over the :Miami: Electric Company

Sunday school of the First I George: Thomas of Stuart, spent folumbia] county.GninesvilleConstruction. Itarko and 0 remaining revised budget: provides for actual expenditures gas company water works, .street railway, and
; 1 commenced of $33.4G'.I.825' in 11)26. the Miami, Beach Electric Company. Immediately a
Baptist church enjoyed their an. week-end here with friends on 2 new University of SE.\ j $33.500.000 Investment in 1926. loop of 140 miles of high tension line was built
nuul picnic last Thursday
landing arter.1 Florida, College! of Pharmacy cost- The biggest item In the outlay ia $14,116,900 for'
at Cady'g :
noun
ng: $200,000 anti College of Agri- Effective : generating central stations; electrical distribution
beautiful waters of Kingsley Lake, I cbedule system $5,601,605; interconnecting high tension
costing 123000.
Through the courtesy of the Gainesville FLORIDAWeekly (Vulture I run ns I transmission lines $4t>5J,5l'0' ; electrical substationsIn
Bus Company n bus was. furnished Winter Park-Orange Laundry''ompany different cities $2,222,3.10: : ; gas plants and distribution .
No. 1
,
to erect $30,000: plant $1,069,700; water works system $1,774,198; l ice
to help transport the, members Jue Stake : !\ Plants $1,153.000 traction paving and miscellaneous
h"r".
to this popular] resort and llt is Fruit Grow No.3. l'I' $1,174,031.The .

safe to nay that ISO:; were presentto lndustrialReview l\raitland-Aml'rkan 'lue Starke : system will extend like a net work throughout
this delightful! affair I'rs rebuilding their packing house I Florida embracing every center on the East
enjoy hl'ro. I No. 303, Coast between Miami and St. Augustine, the central
which In always looked, forward, to Further Improvement in the Unaminl Reedy Packing I iilm Bench : highlands district, the Lake Okeechobee region, the

by the old i I folk as well i\s the young. condition of farmers in Fro"tproot-I.akl' No. 811, West Coast and reaching into other important sec
Company: to build citrus packing tions. The power Is already being taken up by local .
There were plenty "f 1 lemonade, three ? -ss--. <
Ii2.! :; over preceding yearn plant in this city. I aim Industries. It is predicted that cunning of vegetablesand
cake and pies and all the other fjood iH shown by annual survey of farmsreturns 'Lakehll1.I-Polk County Chamberf UP Staike : fruits In Florida will yield an ultimate annual r
things to out and 11 real honpsttogoodncss of agricul of $200,000,000. e
by department organized.ApalachicolaNew No. 2, output 5=======;===
:
feast was ('njn 'e,1 by of the 15,330 Commerce Central Station at
ture. Average size white way 1;:::0.-; A.M. i Big m&v Ya riissf
all. Swimming and boating! provedto arms from all parts of the coun. No. .1.t Ft. Lauderdale. z *
he installed here.
be the main feature of the af- try which reported was 301 acres. ygtem to recei\ed furlDnstruction ,I I I'V'wahitchkllTis '1 :02 P.M.: The largest lump sum /. 5T AUGUSTINEIMPORTANTexpenditures
the occasion. proved, to are being CENTER OF B1G
term.nn and averaged NOOTHEGN
:'11;et receipts to farmers !:: of courthouse for Gulf] No. 301 I. made Fort Lauderdaleand i
ut
'(' I ELECTRICAL\ SYSTeM
be thoroughly. eiijable hy11 $M,2'. !>7, for 1925; which compares! aunty' costing! $100,000.( '' ante 0:2": :; Sanford where the et ;; m '
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present, vith I,2'.C\ : for 1021( $1,020 for "\\ company is erecting central :: y,
-- .--- --' 1022.( ( !\ power stations and ;P ,oj.J S ,r around Miami! providing
7 for 101
No. :
11,111\
For" rent large! cottage. \ Kingsli'yLake 11)23.): : a maintains large construe-> a 16 '. i tearry service to Uiahleah where I
No. 102 : tion Work both ? r k as the Florida East Coast
''impletel; finished, ,reasonable lk'ndl-IJ.OIIO: : nppropri. camps. on 6
:Miami A % ; plants Is going on in three f Railway it erecting vast
rentil. H .I. Mm) ;*. 7ltf(
WORD
of 2 '
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nll'.I. for cnnstriution\ \ life-snv-I GENT shifts, night and day. Asa, j shops and yards at a cost
6a1
-- stations. ,. r t s of over' live million dollars;

; elF; k I ng:Miami Itt-nih-Work stinted on COLUMN Ii| "" "t i.p then. Larkin through, Miami Coral Beach Gables. ,

I .low $1,000,000) ) ()() ship terminals. of Fulford. Hollywood, anafo'OI.t )
; hear from owner
:Uetenr Transport\ & Trading! Comuiny W.\NTID-To ; Lnuderdale to WpstPalm
causeway peninsula.IirunkaviileGround of farm to rent to share crop A w Uouch aad Stuart
on I
U.B.M.: inti-rennnectini! ; the power
1 broken forlow per. Address, care off, .
,lOCATIOf( elation at West Prim
theater on 111'011.IItI'C.t\ costng Telegraph. 7-30-3t-pd j I a ,, _, r"' "- Ospoa GEWERA-nou Bunch and the leader

CENTRAL STftTliW Into : .
$'>(blWl.() plants one ay.em.tAUDEBOAUE

Timpii: Work commenced willmntr 'till SALE-,10 acres of land; |i r fr,. >y Network of Power Lines on Kast Co.ist.:
U. !"'. :Moore. Green Cove I
\ .lands( \ bridge, to doublo Pre-\ cheap. fTI The line is now being extended" :Norlhm" through
'It ,I'lipnr-ity. Springs, Fin.] 8-U-3-t-pd.l Titusville. Sanford Palull.a and! !'o St. u\u..t'r.e\
and will Interconnect these ,>?
TampaTamp.iI'l.mt\ City high.! f i" wit.iiajfca
2 ,r, n \Beach From a !point near For ,'ierce "i :h* I'.nat:
In- witlclw.llllhi improved.M.inutci \\''ANTIsD-At: ) once, reliable girl) c .
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t.i !
''t i Const the line will continue t';i mi4 Okt.'od'rc, !'t
ar r -Hids received for con. or settled woman for general -t-41 y''k tho head of the !great inland i aka of that 'i!,*nv. H'.<.1

0'1I<,tion of :Manatee negro mhoolKyit housework; Rood wages, room I ag! ; an important farming anil lumber st.'r'n. :<. ArinH'a!
I.IIIIh'r.lnlo-Shn.1 BukinKmiT and hunt.1I'a.! L- C. Lee, Doctors : and Punta orda! and will run "' -ng Sic" 'Vent G-.Hllt
.... + '* from hart M I>urs in the- south to Sts:',on'cr on ',r-.
< >iii,,'; to construct $100,000) bn-I\ Inlet, Flu. 8-13-21. j, .... _, north. In :North.; Florida.. Live! Init.aa.. City, Me-
here./ ) fsw MfrIr Clenny aril B.ililwm are pruLticmlv concocted A"I\
{i'rs implements s IsL d ri s s.C will enter thr K.iU undcat, ta i"lIft ff.telll uc I-"I'PC'
: and farming ; .
new S.\Lf-\lule: -
started
-\Voik on ) Oil : '
ijvbrinst; ka, thereby eslal'lihini' n 8-ini-v-iri'... cf over ldUP
il'J.Offlipwago: ( / disposal plant. ut'I'I'y reasonablaprices. AIIAM6WNEREGIANTEIEftRteAvucLEffMAOi15IkcE.pTluN 'n h"s'tf:. l I.iirfi", tiin i n. ..r'nl.n.ctC, servfc

!i.nkeVorlhContract. awarded, :Mrs- \'uneyIbertson, ----

fur election <>f boardwalk< ut ocean tlnihnm: Fin. 5.13.ltpd'IANTEI.1 _They.-but.. : .. CARD OF THANKS: board of .'loahIt,,!'* for the purpose oft in accorilnnco with law. Said ...rtltlrn' -.
ElM Brand 1 t ,one comptuin' rt an" lt> Ihfuluu of any > ,mliruct! tho follnwinir described prop"ity.
"Hill. christ : on*. SPrm I'1''I".ty.'Pal ur iivrauniil. or mlxttl antli vitiiiitod In Ilrndforil County, Florida
'alm'Uo-Nflw stop signals bo- 1 \\ good l. honest, >il hy the to'tn tax aitwviior for the year ti.nlt\ 'I'" of S\VI4! S.... 6. Tp. 6, 3. It.
installed\ on city streets. ian woman, about flO years of age I We take this method yt4r house will thanks and appreciation tour
\
I'nln1l'tto-I'nll11ctto Lumber Co., I who likes to keep : our C. F HOOVER. of the iaiuanci. of such eirtificate, In the0.mr
Rich- Address friends who were so kind I ,Attest rhairmnn, cf Hoard. Co. UnlcM aaitlcirtiffcntc
liuilding large! warcho'as on n good hnme.lik) own. : 'i many I 1.. A. rllfCH. Cltrk :-13-2t of J. frHnalein
to
shall redeemed accnrdinfr
Telegraph, Starke.: It'ERT to us during our recent bereavement he
veil street.HolljvMiiiJ. I "M": care ) In,'. tax tired will |isue thereon on the
-$ l"iOOil( ) 'icw Hollywiuiil ; Bur.. Oed other and may the Lord, bless you I JSOTK OK APPI.(CATION FOR TAX I th Jay of Si'i'U'mlH-r. A 1). 1UJ6.VMtnen .
many |)fH: L'VDI-H: HECTIOV 171 OF
} n. nk & Trust OomiMtiy'sluuliling : \\lnC;.\HT does only f irst- j Ot DM. aiL THE iKNEKVL: BTATfTISNoticu : :: my official( of "signature,1.and D. 15'29.seal
.t tills tlui llth day "I/u.t./
your
under construction here. class> painting! ; interior and ex. | ...... llta :Mrs E. C. :Swindler, r-- Stall V.ALPERMAN..
furniture813ltpd SI IX). Erne t R. Swindler I l I. hdrtby lInn that T. J Alderman .
'aln1l'Un.w\ :\ white way systern tenor; alao i // H"ur purchaser of Tax Cirliflcate \o I IIS.ilutid C'ork' rh-ciilt Court Drmlfnrd Count.
be inst.illoil on Lemon nve.nuo. vow.: .0..1 --.. the 4th duy of Annum" A. D. 19J4 Florida.
to .
Lakeside cottage, kuwAoU hu. gird, aid ci-rllllcnt In my ..fI,.. und Uy C. \. !KNIGHT.n .
I'-Olt SALE name and N'TICE" OF ( I.FOTIONI. I
.... "It I,", bna made application for tax iltvd to !I.- 'i",il> Clerk. 813Stli\
roads In Or- 8.:>-ll) 1'01rooCing\ :250.
Orlando. t0 miles $175.00. for lulling
bk
1. C I. 1'wk nmynr o( Slurk Kla. >
county. to be hard surfaced Quigley und l Pa\I -... "tu. 'h"iitit.rit\, \,'MI id in mr hy law. 1 -
age : i u l U rail an cUTtlcm to he held nt thtt I!
Law<'\'-$12.r>i>0 crates straw. ,'I t In the afurfVKiil town by tlniilfri. h
I 1'rriI'H, shipped from here, during i ()UNI' >-Tire, tube and rim on I' ..l worn on luMiluy, SviitLmber fol-II i CO-OPERATION 15 THE PATH TO
If't" (W 'the Purtw.e of eltictltitf the
Klngnley lake 1'oa.Owner\ cansecure ...
season, just closed. I 'WIDK ft t. I*
property by proving ownership ",ayof. on. manhall and three ul,. SUCCESSSpend
Tilll..villo-New hospital
,
prop"s-I I Ji>rmrn i i -tr.ifiir.. onv clerk tranur
ed for this town. and paying for adv. can'at collector' I
Orovvers of tomatoes 1 this office. 8-13-tf.! |: nwiMCtnrft ,i d, .std 1..lnn! o F A. Scott.,. I your money with home concerns. Money spent with
Vern Itt'ath- .
R. S lluin|>hn>', X II. Jnhni. ,
In Indian River county re- In .tvMUmony uhi>r.Mif. I. hereunto sub'mrihe foreign corporations never returns. Ride the Gainesville
namianil the iral of the
my 11110
4 rclvetl $ .">,r.uuto nfflxcil. this 3rijIHJ llus-Its BtTTlcea\ the equal to any competitor, and a
and Smith's Filling Station, an ifuiciut.. 1921)i "
Th" fjMhluiinblr two.pIPte frock 'la Pen"acoln-Contract. let for construction embroidered 1 rail doll dressed. In i i C. L. Peek Mayor..NOTICE home concern.
Ibt Inll shown Ihia summer In cuntrtuit-{
& Nashville rompers. Finder, please return -
Ilnll colored skirt and) blouse Thl of Louisville green

iiklrt In of pearl PlaY canton cr..pe., railroad bridge over Mobile river, ns this was a kecpsaka. GAINESVILLE BUS CO.

'.nil Is knife.planted at Interval. The at cost of $1,000,302.FrostproofRepaira. :Mrs. R. J Davis, :Madison street I I Flnrula Till' town will council meet at of the the airy Town hall cf Stark In the

blouse U of green and.ls"trimmed being made Starke, Fla. 8.13.1.1 i: I Dlrk'. offl., Tumlay August SI. 1D24 a. .
'with cray bultcaiu. .. .. .-

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 13 1926 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID PAGE FIVE

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.:--.--.'-.-----------------.. 1I I for a visit with; her son in North guilty $2. and cost or 1)0) da>'<', SOUTHWEST I IS Theatrical Producer "

I Carolina, 1I'0ing.I'r/ to Garrison-!. RachelS'ebb.[ ,possession of in- HV.\T STRICKEN Declares

;; thc-IIudson ft!' n visit of several t"xi'atingliquol'; plead !guilt, $1 "'''t Musical
weeks with her :Mrs da\-I ? vniporntures I Sour lo \\ all .\hoI \(' Comedy Plots Changing, a
Bits of ;i daughter" and casts and t tlO or an audi
1: Taylor lielcher. tional four months in \lieu of fine I Hundred

I and rosin.. Rachel rem cluing! u thin! Knnsiis City .tug9! '- "I'l.ltiltg0111
I I !Sunday's': Times-Vni carried 1I a inlhu\ ilt<'-M (OlIilllI'IU'W\ in h winds.. swept the Southwest 1

IDeal NeWs photo of the two interesting chil Hampton' when Deputy) Johnson nitnin today and temperntuies'' soniod '- Ja g
I dren of :Mr. and :Mrs.\ > II. A. Bishop 'lIl1l'll.'lth the dravvois of n sow. well above the humlred-degu'o\

:Mary\ Harriet, ago C 5 years, and ing machino wet slot ked with pint mark. setting now records for the t :ir,' .

I Concerning Our People, Business and Harold A. Jr., aged 3 years, who bottles she would flow itiihntriousl\I !summer and b"willlollly\ to the! !::' i". .

I Progress of the County and Town. celebrated their birthdays' on July and watch the scenery and for maximums of the hot summer of AI:,:\!

i 31st. thirsty.. customers from the window 11)18.\) / After a hot night, however .' '
Those [in the know had no troublein there will he some relief the wonther I >*

'1--."-"- .,_._,_.__.___._.., :Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Crews of 'ocuilng something cooling for bureau announced when the .. 1p{ ,

BATHER REPORT Mr. and :Mrs. Paul E. Canova HI'ook'I''re attending to business the throat and, hot for the stomach wind! veers early tomorrow+ into tin- / CI 1 a h'I'' S,'q4
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,: and. daughter, Eunice, and Martha in Stake Thursday according" to I the officers. west nnd then into the noithwi". .t, t a \ :

August Iax 1in PercipF Powell, spent Friday with friendsin Albert Jonk.ms, petit larceny;; '1'hn h.lttItII1'r in Ivventv-! il&'i1

(95 7. .3,) i! Jacksonville.Miss :Miss :Mona Alderman, who has' held in bond of $20; for the August eight years was.. reported bv \Vinlelil. i 1 \ ;!

0. 00 73 .n I been taking special training in the term county liulge's,: court, l. ICnnsns where the thermometer '- e I t
7 00 78 'I Cincinnati I Conservatory of :Music\ Ernest McLendon: \ and Kllen :?..1-! ranched 110. Topeka with lm. 1\lusplV rl). 1 t 1 fAtSSt p t r

8 03 75 : Virginia Weeks of Brooker, Cincinnati, Ohio, has returned hereto loiiT petit larceny; cent to the degrees 1111,1 l Kansas City with iUit: ,:! S4NUt1 41'lsVTCLN "
has been spending several days in reform schools for I H months.. a
(0 I 00 71 spend, the remainder of the sum- degrees! vxpeilonccd the highstennporntureS / :
10 94 73 Starke the guest of Miss Hazel l mer with her pnrl'nls1'[ and :Mrs.[ Kui'cno Hunter, worthless\ check : since 11S! I '

11 92 72 :Middle\ ton.Mcsdames. I G. W. Alderman.GAINESVILLE,! charge dismisxed on payment of Corn in Kansas was hard hit }by, .SPlfla'C e .1

Total rainfall for week 1.21] costs.A.lTIW.Y. the hot winds... Pastures wore badly ,
: W. II. Biggs, Ernest :M.VN WILL I burned anti in some places'' farmers ""
NEW YORK-Wei:! known liter
at Kingsley Wells and little daughter, :Martha OPEN: STORE IN STARKE LAST DAY 1O were forced to feed l hay or
Furnished cottage I II
ary masterpieces and old favorItes
in Starke
of Lawtey, were shopping
REGISTER I green corn to live stock.
I for rent..7. F. Kickhter. 7-30-tf of the spoken stage today
I :Monday.Mrs. Another addition to the town of At Tulsu, Okla.) : with the thermometer furnish
the plots for the most euccesafol -
, A. L. Green and son, David, of I I Starke will Ire the up-to-date, fruit Saturday, A uJtu t. 14th, is the. at 103:! C. C Simmon, 50, musical comedies accordIng -

1 Brookers, were attending to business ; : J. A, Cunningham and 1 and vegetable store which will be last day to register! for voting\ in 1'nC'rnIIJr'nt\ of the refining\ department to J. J. Shubert, Internationally -

here Monday. I daughter of Sanford, are in Starl.e :''openl"on\ or before Saturday the the town election of September of the Smilnir Oil, Company known producer and theatre

this week !guests of Mrs. Cunning i ihant' /I21!! t in the Miner building by :Mr. 11th. It is ulso necessary that poll Collapsed: on n downtown owner. The flimsy, sugary start-

Any hat' store, $1.98 !s brother, J. F, KickliterMrs. Sam Kart of Gainesville tax be paid on the above date. This street I and is in a .critical condition.At past nd-cnd-nowhore will not pass themes muster of with the =

at Sternberg's. :Mr Kart was in town Wednesday does not .require poll tax other than Clukasha, Okla, the temperature modern demands In musical productions \J- a
: Voight and family of Gaines making arrangements for opening county. rcnchcd I 10H, and at Mangum declares the well known .N

ville, arc spending several days at up his store here and stated 111. manager.
:Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley of "Mu.ice 1 comedy Is undergoing
Hampton, were visitors to Starke the Kickliter cottage, Kingsley to a Telegraph reporter that he was NEGRO; FLIM-KLVM :\ hot weather story from Salina a reincarnation." salt! Mr. Shubert

the week-end Lake. going to entry a full and, up-to-date "IHOUGH' STOPPED Kansas.... where. it was yesterday I In a recent Interview. "The oc- nt

during line of clean, fresh fruits and vegetables IN IR'S15KEST: and 1 112 today, said a tin patch on cess of Mansfield's 'Old lleldelberg csOtfenhnrh.

Mr. Mrs. Oldham Mr. J. A. Whitney, one of the officials and that he was going to a roof became so hcntoit that it Ignited Prince', now and olTcred many as others'The Student show

and two children of Jacksonville, of the Blue Bus Company of open up his store at the earliest Ja'ksonvilll'lIg.. 10.-Mason: ) the shingles that tim theatre-going public Is

visitors here Monday. Tamnu, was a pvcminei.l' visitor to date pos. ible.BKAnrnim. .Jllnl<'S and Charlie :Stiller\ believed! The boat extended also into Texas demanding a higher standard. I It

were Starke Tuesday to be the' pair of negro flim-llam where, tempoiatures ranging "Anthony Hone's Immortal .

Mrs. Junius Smith and little Miss ,I ) [ COUNTY :\1.\ artists.. who have operated in Jiuksonvillo front 1MI tg 1 10(1estord.iy( were' most'Prisoner Belnptnhly of >l Zcmla'. to musical lends" come Itself I ,.
Broadcloth shirts. for $1.6; at EXCUSED FROM 1 JURYR South Jacksonville fur duplicated todiiv. :
li) Juno Rose Smith of Waldo, were I and dy. Booth Tarklngton's famous ej 0 ,.
Sternberg's.' .. arrested .. story of adolescence, 'Seventeen'
seveial months, were yesterday ,
to Stnrke :Monday. Alvarez' Jr. Bradford
visitors :M. ,
Little Isador Shnpno' rushed into is another book which Is
the of St. Johns serving asa I Is further Indication
:Mrs.\ Raymond Buford and little county farmertoday was excused at corner a gtiuerv! tol'''. Hinging, n dime: vehicle for the score writers. that the public has tired of the f.i
Closing out bathing !suits. at cost and Ilondiliks avenue, South J.ukKonville These best sellers will sutler construction.
l,y Federal Judge\ \ Lake Jones fromappealing down on the lountcr lu- paned : not airy-fairy plot .
at Slernherj '''. daughter) Gloria, of South Jacksonville bv Constable I F. Young-- at the hands of the librettists, but Musical renditions of 'Graus.ark' .
{ '
here next Monday to
[ \ on "t(;Jimino for 1 10) cents animal
:!
are spending! this vvcvkhere blood on the complaint of Be'siieSpnde .. with suitnblo., costuming, .' ( Iliirbaru Krttchio', 'Mile
with her mother, :Mrs. Stilly answer summons< for grand jury victimized ) out the pig"." Kx; music brilliant choruses and the stone*' and) 'Not So Long; Ago'
:Mrs.! R. F. :Moore of Green Cove I service, following the filling of an negro woman, who vsns" crnckersi7ltkt 00 __.. _.._ n leaden of light opera as principals are additional, proof of this chiinirmg -
Springs, win a pleasant visitor to I I I affidavit by Alvaiez ill tvhuh he to the extent of $11 > !ill will take on an even greatercharm. \ world,! *" applied to light
:Mr. and :Mrs.. Wilbur A. Scott nS I asserted Mr. Shubert.
January.
Starke FridayJ. n<.Lnnd, me' pnjoving a visit, with set out that his crops'' had 'been The positively nlontifn,\ 'Itlosaom Time', taken from the "Milo opera ton..." la remembered as the
:Mr. Scott's parent11': and :Mrs.\ '' ncglccti, i because"' of illness of his womtn [ ;AIETY"Let's life of Franz Schubert, i I..* another basis of the >ucce sful "Mnytlme": ,
L. Hnrrcll, prominent truck daughter! and that ho needed th.Jtime James as.. one of two menvbn snlil striling example of the appeal of nd the Intept! musical' nncces,
farmer of Law ley, was.. attending to F. A. Scott. to attend to his farm, 1 her an interest in the spoils.. of .i : the success of a real plot 'The "Mayflowers", Is. the muslcallza-
business in Starke Friday.Mr. pn'kl'lbo"k which she .saw. one .1' Love Song', based on the life of lion of "Not So Long Ago". I
Col. und, Mrs3.. E. Futch of De- i Go -- I'
I the r"find" oltIYI'II": a'eon'South
Land have been spending several SCHOOLS OI'KN MOMY! : 'Ihe'I'rulh I I the \Shole'I'rutIi I tin') li'lli.Vtlntr? I'tlcr from tho dupni -
: J. Alderman of Starke was Jadcsonvillo. The negiuc'after .
calling on Lake Butler friends last days in Starke the guests of :Mr. Among the schools l.of tho county obtaininp1 her $115 failed I to. U'ii'it' !: the \\ idnof u farmer. tnu'iit"Htm I ,

:\Ionday.-Unlon County Times. and :Mrs. II. L, P.rownloe.] opening for the 1U.W-27\/ t'rl111I8t I appear' at the time und pine \\heu" 'I'I( III I UxliU-l I KHIVAINK 1 striving to Li''op tintin'in IJ'IIinlr.. \ :M\ .a.)lain: Viiiir ehlokcns urodi

I :Monday\ were Brooker Graham, the 1 booty was'" |o have hoon divldi I d I "\\ : 01'.. A IH".III" Inn) si.ni,. diffiiull!;. mill' hoi' hi I'na, ',,"nil." II!I
:\1'1". Carl Ward who is. connected l I :I I i'onturintLltanor 1 lioin'ilnmn, \' il1mm .nul ui r, t 11' the t following i loiter to r-_ t
:Mr. and :Mrs. M. Mattheny: and I Ziff, Sampson[ Therc-ssa"' Boat- I :Miller is also.. bcliovcMl) to have tern ; \ -
Mrs.I E. J. Ward] of Brooker, were with the Seaboard, with hea.t<1UAr-1 drain Woodluvvn, Vanderbilt. New I I connected with the transaction."' i Ifuinox, Cicighton/ Halo and l lludi'iuirtmeiit. / of iimictiltini' : I Tone of Ihiliit

visitors to Starke Monday.: t"is' at I.n\vtey was a v !! River and Hosiers Schools have Bath men were tak.n before Justice Pauline iaion. "Sonii'thinif Is.. wrong with ni\-. :Merchant Its. 'I..rlThi.) won'tdo.

Starke Wednesday, afternoon. been running during the past: of the Peace Arnold, Jroeiibuig; \ MCtro-Goldwyn I 1 ( l 1 l'rorl,1'1 I ion chickens Every I moiiiing when I livery: time you HOO u "I>>" you .

Mr. and Mrs. II II. Young were month, while Heilbronn Springs! who filed blanket) charges of suspicion rums mil 1 fiiul two or throe \lyiii,? ', "call it itYhut's\ t tlio matter "
:Miss Nitn Bundy, who has spent school will begin next Monday.COUNTY nguinttt them and lemanded S.\lTIW.\ ''on the irroiiiul; ', 1/1,111111', stiff, with with 'oulH'al'HICht! !'.) ?
\\ .\1.1)11111I'U"ITICES( I-rosenls, .
afternoon. the past year here where she was them to the county jail. Their preliminary then feet ill the air. din you toll ('InkN'n! Sir; ; it's it niiittor of
employed by the Starke Bakery, JUDf.E'S; COUKI' I, hearing will be hold! litI\ "111K PKICH I 01'! SUKSS"l'eatuiing ino what is.. the matter luiljit( 1 used to work In u ladles'.

:Men's Seersucker Suits. only returned to her home in Grnndm o'clock'e.lneKluy. morning. ) Alice Luke, Aliiinu Bennett After a little! whilo she leeiivnl -hoe shop Stray; Stories

; Sternbcrg's. Saturday.Mr. Willie Williams having pistol' in ---. with Leo Sliumwuy, Ga; tontilasj -- -- -: t.
$6.0 ---- --
? at possession without license: ;; plead I NOTICE .. Tom Rickety, Florcnco'I'ur- .

:Mrs.\ F. L. Turner spent Wednesday : and :Mrs. Jack Brigiij and ner. x X ,- oe"O: : <><)(>Io)4)O; >OOC
and Thursday in Jacksonvillewith children of Jacksonville, spent There will be a cemetery woikingnt ; Alta< vUKY SKMON: : Cllm..dy

her mother, :MrsW.. J. Green. Sunday with Judge and Mrs. A. 7.. New River church on \ '(.dlt.,
'! NOTFIING'eo quickly"' OA a.olid..ubst.ndnl
:Messrs. II. A. Bishop and, Freeman ley LakeMr I II come and, hi'ing\ tool... to IIOOI 1IIIS0"i| : citizen in your comrnunltya you I

7 Register, were business> visitors I I work with, and dinner as it will bu in a ,dishing\, slashing\ romance "of a* will your wall painted _fJ nc.. It gives MIir t !
t Jacksonville Monday. : and Mrs. C, A. Futch find 1 Self Rising Hour, 12 I'm.' .60 I nil day working. the {great open .spaces whore men of prosperity( and well.being to your propen,.

i"'"' to "onIerrill: and Mrs. G. M. SitI I I Self Rising Flour, 21 -" 1.1":; 1 are covvbojs'' and. women ore .somi. I It itatTip" you ifi a teen who take pride;) 'm his

! Mr-\ and 1>lrs. E. R. Burnsced of trunk, were visitors, to Jacksonville I :Mason. Fruit Jnr Lids. t Slum times doctors' but whcio thenis dry AnJ In his poe.sioru.thnt I
only
--it
not
Tuesday... Friday. j Dan"I'm'l'r afraid to toll ahva.vs action' darodovil\ hoisoniniihm pamtmg8your .
Jacksonville, were guests and keen business initinct, for (iom
= at the home of :\ll's.1.: A. Buisden.Col Cold Pack Rubbers for ,2;) I a man, anything\, !>i'<'ause it goes/ in *. Hoot Gibson and tho Universal not only adds nmtormll/ i Its ppemnnc but toiu "
y t' Mr- and, :Mrs George C. White '1 t Notions and groceries, and .. one ear and! nut the other" Ranch Killers. Hoot Gibson j is, life and value. >

Hill Williams of Lake who have spent several weeks at 1 Slum "Yibut; if you till .1 nt his lI''I'I''oU': best m"Cllll1 i There ij A rwfn-Willirtma, finlih for every v
Joe
t we Rive: FREE GAS! : : ; U" urfarft. inside and outside your Itom, In a gritl
Beach where11': both
visitor to ""t Palm woman unvthn: : i' g'" s in nt IW:11I1FIIU
prominent _
Butler, was a vanrty of color and aliades. DffwiuLila| fin oI
Starke Wednesday.Mrs. White was attending to his, duties, .: ----.---.---..' eur und out at: the mouth" FELIX: (UOMKI: of t..o: highest quality. And a g nuJn. Daoomciv I
ns.Stntc Bank Examiner, returned 1 ..- --- --- --- Service u yours for the ulcing.

:\ Chesley FORK and :Miss\ home Sunday. Congressman Davey Will Save Tree Planted by Washington painting Wont end you d.coratingfr stop at our wont and pUnjour 'hom 'L

Grace Fogg of Graham, were visi- i
tors to Starke Wednesday.Buy Just. received a shipment of fresh
garden seed. J. FKirkliter.. It By 2JOr


your hose at Pternbe'rg'i' The ninny fi Sends of :Marvin\ r IES
I I II
of Rev. and : F.1.: vsrf
Hooks Mrs J."Fy C.
D. J. Byrd of the Graham section son ? t tik t i e: s4r" J:
attending to business in Rooks, who had his.. tonsils removed -
was ssst&y-Ji '
Tuesday, wi'': b<> glad: to learn .t I Ix
town WednesdayC Lumber & 'Supply Co.
he i is rapidly recovering. I ; I

B. Goss keeps fresh fish on ,fy' qvt t w f :1 r ; yy o,r t+st a

ice at "Lnvvtoy, and also repairs Miss!I Louise Simpson has returned ::-- :-: Qot)<)aoOo.t)<>O()(>C>C

shoe", cheap for cash- lt-p.l' I to her homo in Gainesville after e gCti# .-.- .- --- -- -.--
n delightful visit here with her
R4y9a

:Mrs R. R. Brown of Stuart Is grandmother, :Mrs. Josephine Edwards ?' 4 pr+ I'at. ,.n7s, rLs +.+..i.'l a .I,
spending:; several weeks in Starko \ pi8+yir At'r

with relatives and friends.Mr. .
:Mr. and Mrs O A. Andreu and Lost
Receipts ii
nn1lrs.! : W. T. Holzendorf daughter, Thclmn, who have been ,

of San :Mateo, spent Sunday in hero on a visit with friends, n' -

Starke with relatives.J turned to their home in Stua t i1 i1i1 ," ,I,
Wednesday.Mr ? &* C < *Nt, t "">,:' 'I

O. Turner, Jr., of Sara otll. 11M % ?
is here on a visit at the home of : and :Mrs. Horace Wilson and Almost I "tl..dy. | has expi-rienct'd lohinuu II rrifipt. or full.IIs !.

Mr. and Mrs:\ G. II Kennett. children of Greensboro, have been j ing/ to gel one when p.ta.ia' ; ..: and the trouble that nrises !in [!

1 "ending: several days here with i1 mime cases. be-cnii 5011 ruiinol p rodiir" u re'n-lpt for I the p.i> ment

New Royal Society Package at :Mr. and :Mrs.! E. L. Wilson, who
,1 C HE KINf.:< .\( ( 'I'N'I'! ; '!'nninnles nil of this. !trouble.
Sternberg's. live a short! distance from town.
You dn not Bate to hither with receipts. when >ou pay by
--- -- -
che-e-I"f : T. X. Limbaugh and
Mrs. ,
11 YKARS.I son I .
HAD FKIXAGllA I AAA1aA xo yI)" emh monlli. It N. always! wisdom) to 1'1Y" (I) III'K no
.. here
Thomas, of Lakeland on sr7
are i *e !Ar
, WVC Kountree Twcarkano TetDear I i> visit with relatives and friend'. rr r Jt, __ _' .." NUhr fMtSTNVr tiller how small the pa> nn-nt. \\'.. Milictt, jour account on
Doctor: '-- -- / '. 4 Ihe hobs' if. Hiiiind .
-r' < Making .prinripils.Jn
I had Pollajrra. 1* ymrn.. I was nervous They were former residents of "i' ,
had stomach trouble shortness Stake, and their many friends areVIIVK The famous: old horse chestnut! more." The tree! each represented I' .......>. i'c. :: .... .
easily tired. lost weight tree planted by George WB 'hin one of the thirteen lot n uobl.
ef breath .| glad to welcome! them hArk '" """"' "
\ Va. .will. be and only I one renm'ni> stumlinit '\ :
had .swimming.. In the heed dlZ7lnes ton at rrederlckshnrir J.r (' :: .,j "
burning feet pains In the back andboulder. In our mld.t.Comblr.uton. I saved Thin assurance hlb been Yielding to the patriotic' ..1-1'ti. "' \... jm.4 i,
l contributed) titAv' \ ,(. 1''rr,sits tis'41.tf ,
., numbness In the legs, eon riven by Congressman/ Martin L Congressman Uavej ..' ,". 1. .. ........ .
.
tlpatton burning feet sore mouth lettlo cool. .\".' Dave,. of Kent. Ohio who in private the. services of "''m* of hi f- !f ll v";. *';t T. Jn rr Measure Of /Vofcrti'n
and resembf.In life Is a national au'hontv on urittona! who after working lilt """ .
the hands arms all flavors of A:1"i'
rash on for serving .
server, week succeeded in removing ... "
more than a 'Koll! ;
of
Honor Hank
sunburn burning and itching trees. (),. .... 1
.T. F. KickMcr. It .j.
soda water. all Ifeityfi nerds l It''lfOtra ;
skin, yellow skin on the Hides of the At the request of rna nuirhit-r- i ';;;;;r.... iln Fvwffafure of feo'uv''
i cavity In th trunk inrire enouxBfor ; .
and was. very sensitive to sun of the American ,'c. imioii mini : ,
neck This .
beat I took all the treatments I :Miss, Louise Lamar who has beenon patriotic citlren, ot 'own Con. a man tc enter with lb.cavities "tiI"'I' '''''1fY.f I
limt.
In the rescuedmare
Davev .nrnrrd to undertake ( :t-
c uld find, being mAny kindsIIypodermle a visit with fripml! at Wavvross. ereMman Inn.em', n'f '. :. 0"
Internal, but I got norelief to save this tn* last of than twt "f I
and 'ned home last week and BANK
Ga., rot':'' thirteen homehem nut treei I nil ; OF STARKE
until I began your treatment.Feby b"- :Miss Willie Wa bmirton The (.onllr""man made a per .,
was nccompan planted by
I have irUneil fifteen II
1958.:!
4th work afterthe
the
well Ptewnrt. who left the latter The trees were originally sonal Initiation of '*'
"Bank
\
and feel perfectly :MOP pl"n"'l Helpful Service"
pounds walk decay bad been removed and N !
.
ed shade favorite
Jn every way and work every day. I I part of the! vee': far a visit with first to President's, leading, from the' assured the city official that the I
all w"o are suffering ".th We Pay 4 Per Cent On Savings
t -rrurg* friend-i, in Ferrandina-: home of his mother. Man Washington tree could be saved and _
fro" these symptoms to write you I to that of his only sisur proper' care could be preserved in

t. I,' rue Dlano>H. J. L. Frazee left Saturday Betty Washington Lewis, "Ken- definitely. .jtii." ., ___ _______- ___ --
:JI Mark '1'. Week Composa take, Fla. Mrs.

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1028Farmers

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as sss S75Z 2525 S1StSZ,2 RURAL COMMON SENSE;:; I AGRONOMY:: DEPARTMENT OF I THREE MEN SLAINFOLLOWING reaching' Homestead, the federal ute had killed the three pursuers- i

(Iy! !Spuds'; Johnson) i EXPERIMENT STATION: TO CLASH I men were returning; from the Everglades The federal agents proceeded I
& STl'DY CROPS AND SOILS when automobile !' Homestead and informd I i
FarmingBr LET'S USE OUR "TIII K-CAPS" WITH DRY AGENTS an carryj the |po."
j ing: the three men now dead creptup lice, but declined to tell of the ."

When the teacher in the physiology ). Gainesville, F'la.-The Florida Pitched Battle Between Homestead to two closed machines in which shooting; and refused to give th...- '
R. 11'. Ward County Agent) ''
( Agricultural: Experiment Station I
class asked "What i Is the least t Residents and Prohibition men the federal men were riding and began names. I
----- used bone in the body ?" one bright plans a considerably; expansion of 1 i
-- b Staged on the Highway flrln The federal officers
/
Tallahassee $200,000 hotel .
its and farm workin -
youngster replied. "The head '> agronomy crops | under f
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE That boy probably knew human the future. As a start on this returned the fire and, within a min! construction here
na-
ARne E3 OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Lure pretty w.11I0W.01' .\ expansion program, the department Ilomestend, Fla, August 5.- _
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY of grass and forage crops investigations Three Homestead men were shot
farming is a professionin trod, instantly killed at 3 o'clock this I ATTENTION I To Poultry People" t
.. -- -------------- him been made the department -
,:157Q5T,75457ni' '' ?'' '' ', .'>i 5 QOQQ = 1I which the use of the head is. ulI afternoon in
of and will take a pitched battle with of Bradford :
County
I most a necessity for success There agronomy up
fU8 COI.Um..It.\Ir-IJ; ; I l'ARMEIS'VEEi'; f SKI'Si : several federal prohibition agentson
is need for of investigations!! of farm crop problems '
bit
FAKM wns AMI( (; 1111!.s i t'NDEIt AAYr S'I'.1'fE.1Gltl'l'I.I'L'it.llr brawn in H good farming, but mu"ceund there as well\) !is ,'or.t.nue the ,{rnsa the Cape Sable road, 27 miles We buy any amount of POULTRY and EGGS at top mir

:-; mmCUJTIITU.: ; \ ..:. and forage studied southwest of Home.tl'oand\ 13 ket and -XVhal have
,
: ( ( IU.LKMainesfllr : -: is also urgent!! need for brains. Ag. miles from price assure you prompt' remittance you
Palm
I I riculture !grows more complex ev- Studies' which this department' Royal state park. to offer? II'ire or wrile. us for prices.-
:\1"ir c farm )buys tend girls in nil1 None of the federal men were in.
1 'n' Thii.! is mi intcirial part <"f( (> I'la.-The fifth an. cry, year, and I the farmer who use proposes to conduct ns soon as ar- jured. SPRINGFiELD POULTRY CO.

not, 'iiiml |"ruirrnin fm the prrmanl mini I Farllw111.1 Fruit (;I'OWUr8'W.k their "think-caps" are gradually rancrc-merits!' can be completed Include ;I Th- dead\ are: M.\ P. Me-rritt former I Jacksonville. 20 E fith St. Florida,

I'' In'td'rmi>nt rof nirri I "-ulture, W, nt the College of Agriculture' forging to the front. soil! fertility investigations, constable of the sixth district,
| : withIn address of .1, W. Firror tells In The Pro- plant genetics and breeding l field<1 i- ---- ---- .
Monilin
opened '
M! .1".1"a., "! \1'1/11'.v "f tigiirulMM |> I'nihrnelnjr Homr>"tead, recently re.
I ;''i cited'' in 11 rlalenu'nt re.V'nrulluro ,,<.lc"iiii') h.Ur.. A. A. ;Murphree,, grex-ivf Farmer of n townsman crop work varieties of crops. best moved, from, office bv Governor .fJ

I II'! pn"suli nt. nf the University ofI who. wits asking! about hairy vetch,, adapted to different section of the John" W. ;Martin\ on recommendation J

". grows moro "-(11"I'IT :\- I I IKI ida )Formers and farm women .a winter I legume which is. well antic, fertilizer. I'eeomnwnlatinns of the Dado! county grand jury; Can Be Cured :
that After hav- for different, soil and Piles \
)l':< i ye-nr," mini Keiretaryl { from a large number of counties adapted to state. types noetinnw Clyde Parrinh lion of a former

.1 l,m'i, I' ,r.i "It needs trained riion between IVnsaej'ia. : end Miami are lag the amount of seed, time and, of the state, nnd soil building Itometitend( policeman; William

,..1, I unmon In I iniM-t HH problem: I in ntli-mlnnco. manner of sowing, ,that inoculation, programs. Other studies!' will Pan-full, recently onlored removed (Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding;)
The instruction which explained( to him, the man stated, IK- added from time to time
I'Ia> rune thing I Is true of every programs, I bv :Mayor S. E. I.ivintrton. I Ii
.r IK i' held. nf work., America. ill fuse.1'i ouch ,uhj( ,.tH us livestock that it looked good! alright, but in W1C.I Stokes ix head of this department i i Tho encounter is. said to have' Many sufferers have been made very happyover i
.
c .ling' iistanllv' for li-niiershlp in l I land form ciop-i, citrus and subtropical his opinion there was nothing to it. und II... \V, A. Leukclis l Is-('n the aftermath vf a series of the results obtained from the use of

( ,cvc\] lino-nnil/ Ic'ndi'rclnp, comes ) fruits, pecans, small, fruits "'\'hllt we need 1 is: something that assistant j I liquor raids in the Everglades PAZO OINTMENT-60c at any Drug Store. "

'in ..11,1f.'om t tinrnnki nf college and in nnmentals., truck crops, poultry does not take so much scientific' I country, ,southwest of Homestead,
ini'ii 111111 I women. | and home. economics, wore knowledge. Unless we got things POOlt FORESTS) :! RESULT : in which three still were seized I (Follow the Directions Carefully.)

"Th" i-mnllnient in agricultural stalled :Mi"nd.iv afternoon and will that ur' fool-proof, we arC just FROM WOODS BURNING:; i According to reports of the fight

continue tliiouithout th 'w'ek. Instruction wasting our time" I I .
nniMliminlshoil 20 cent from
( I ---
per of And. :Mr. Firror on to I Burning the woods, prevents natural -
l'.ill-1'i! to I'-iiTi-Sil..: :! First there | is in charge* the Agricultural !goes say
I I I Extension 1'ivision! and most aptly that there "lIin no such seeding and baby trees. Mostof
the which drew vast
win. war. tiumlirl Sluts Home Demonstration ylepnrt-) unimule" us fool-proof farming, or those< that do start die! soon, and S
'>4 of young im-n" into the army 1 I Certainly-They r
the rest areWaterCured
fool-proof other business- "If rarely, if ever, have a normal
{ any
and) imo essential "ustries. Thou mcnt assisted by the Experinu'ntStation ) i
of '', could without thought and growth No forests or poor
the period. of pout-wan prosperity College Agriculture: one sow "
innde many hesitate! to leave inoni'making Stato Plant Hoard, a number of reap without effort, what would forests, arc certain results of yearly "
I
woik. The '1lCrlculturuld"II.8i..n farmers, growers and others I farming bo like, anyway ?" he asks. woods firing.

shortly thereafter features of the week include an Study, practice observation, and Tile loss In forest products from
pro. advice from those this cause on about eighty million
heeding good
dwj'd, n ,general tendency Quay address on Wednesday morning by
from preparation for farming. 1 Governor; John W. Martin, an educational who know, and not just listening to acres of Southern land during the v t

"Agricultural enrollments in cul.leges and a humororus! lecture every' tump-box orator who pretends past twenty-five years amounts to r

hnvc begun to come back-) by Pr. F>. W Daniel Thursday, orKani.ation I to know farming will help i 1 no less than four billion dollars
In better farm This is fifty dollars an aero at'I
There few more. freshmen uf n state associationof greatly developing <
were n I
last year t hun the year bc-foie. Now baby chick producers on Wednesday ing practices for our farms. Attending present values. Figure it for the e.v/-.1J
announcement of field" meeting, short lands in your county that have been ,
morning every
,
it the lime, In my estimation! to burned I ttI.tt 1tt''
and farmers' gathering held frequently.This gIII -
study agriculture. There nre opportunities winners of the State Home Im course,
for trained men. provement Contest, and an addressby within reach will help us learn how absence of thrifty young -

"Doubtless there arc young some who Pr- Hiram U. Byrd, presidentof to handle some things that may be' pines which should have grown in ffiu i/p ,'

do not agree with me at: to the c''' the Florida Audubon Society on difficult for us now. I the Southern coastal plain statesis
opportunities. This! disagreementneed Friday morning. I And while we are thinking about a loss many times as great as
ourselves should not forget to I the people of the same states have
not interfere with the plans An auction sale of purebred i we
calves will held afternoon give children better opportunities paid for taxes in all the twenty.five
of all farm boys and girU who can, dairy be Friday i our

to go to college. One of the unfor- and the programs will or they will always he handicapped I I years.
Nature will speedily restock The Water-Cured Process delivers its the entire surfaceof
tunnte facts, brought out by investigations close Saturday morning.: in farming. We should let pressure evenly over
in not only that the enrollment EXTRACTS '0- them be in club work while they are ', most of the cut-over lands, if fires the tube and insures a perfect cure. It retains all the tough live quality v

in agriculture has fallen :\ CWUNTYAGENTS' nt home, and then when they finish ,,, are kept out.-Pine Inst. of Amer. of the rubber. And the rubber used in ,

thnt enrollment of country REPORTS high school, if it is at all possible, ica. v'
but J Jhe
.
,
hoya and girls in all courses hall I I we should give. them an agricultural HAMPTONOtto United States Tubes .1

dropped.! The cities and towns: are Wakulla ( E. W. Ingle: ) : interest I college or home economics I

furnishing college and university in xatsumas has!' been (created and training. This will not entirely fit Hie-ks and brother, A. C.

enrollments.' This in nut. a healthy I believe that more than 100 acres I them for t their work, but it will bea I Hicks, spent the week end with i iI is of superior quality. It is the celebrated Cured Process, you buy a tube that is madeU.

mtuntion. Country boys and girls will be set to them in the county tremendous help.. I I their sisters Mils; Alta Hick!' and U. S. Sprayed Rubber free from acid, smoke the finest materials under ideal conditions

uro entitled, to an good, training ni this \vinter.Okeethobec. I EXTRACTS FROM I HOME- I ;Mrs. A. G. Pope of Oak. On their and other impurities-the toughest, most in the largest and best equipped tube factory

city boys and, girls Moreover, the (Sam II. Shernrd) : DE.iONSTRATIOYAGEN'i'S : I return home they were accompanied uniform rubber known. in the world.
nation needs the wholesome influence Thu Okeechobeo! County Agricultural by their sister, Miss Alta, and
; :: REPORTS
It will add miles the life of
of well trained rural youth Association has! been organized I visited Silver Springs and other United States Tubes age well. If punctured to your casing.

If I a country boy doesn't, want -u. and officers elected. This assnciiition I OI'SotoIrs.: Nettle Crnbill) : points of interest. the injury does not spread and vulcanized United States Royal Tubes, Grey Tubes

study ngrirulluit*, there arc plentyof ix. composed of farmers : One beef, making 100 cans of five; :Mrs II. Stephens of Blunts repairs are permanent. and Usco Tubes will give the same long

other things for him to study of the, county, and will act as an I different products, was canned in | vine, Ga., was the guest; of Mrs. When you buy a United States Tube satisfactory service you get from United
i "I realize the finam inl difficultyencountered advisory council with the county O. llriynes this week.
t the home of Kd Albritton. made of Sprayed Rubber by the' 'VaterStates Tires.
I in the last few Mrs H. Johns returned,
I jiMrsby agentPalm | Sumter (:Mrs. Agne D, Yenmanst to herhome !
farmers. 1 know thnt thousands Beach, (S. W. Hiatt) : Plans One of the most successful ami*' here after visiting frie-nds', '!

of farm families can not afford to are under wny for the establishment beneficial meetings: of the month and relatives at Stewart and Fort I For Sale by

send their children to college.\ But of a farmers'! market InVest was our poultry and dairy schools Pearce I J. \\ Andrews Jr. Starke Fla.
where a family can afford it or Palm Ticach.Hroward which was held at Lake Panasofkec I Mrs!' Eastern and son of Orlando, ,

where a boy has a chance to earn (C., Matthews;\ ) : A on July 20. Talks were ma 1-j arrived here last Saturday. They I
there better investment fair association! are the guests. of Ms. Fusion's
his
way, is no ,permanent" county extension
by N. Mehrhof: poul- ,, .
for the fut"1'0 of American was formed on a non-profit basis I tinman, II. I,. Brown, extension. mother, :Mrs II. F Chesser. i I -- __- -- --- J JI
'
farming! and American culture gen. during July and plans arc arrangedfor dairyman, und :Miss Flavia Gleason, Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo' JJ J I

erally" holding an annual county fair I state home demonstration agent 1 were- the guests of their sister, Charles William Stores ma a
f )P.idc, (J. S. Kniey) : I had more the :Mrs.; W. P. Birt of Alachua county,
liol'SFAVIVES :Mmh benefit derived from
was
HINTS: 'l 10 ) New York "
lat City
cnlN for agricultural information ) Sunday-
exchange of ideas. Io.:1I j
during July than at any other similar I :Mrs Jennie Roper! is spendingthis
Ut-t'll)' From Home Ih'mu".lrllll"n : : Specialists Tallahasseesunnrsrrii period in the history of thiscounty. I week with friends in Lake!
,
One of the outstanding things in I
I I City.
tho work last month was! the county
; : HIKTAUV: i cm '! PascoV. T. Nettles' ) : Assistedthe i club rally day. Senior and, junior Sir. and Mrs..1.:: F. Ilouser and

1'-JmWEJfJIT:; : ADULTS) J poultrmi-n on the.west coast county councils were organized- daughter, :Mrs. J, II. Colley left -

I of (the county;.! to organize n live asNoci.xlion. : Holmes (Mrs n. A. Caudle) : I' last Sunday for Faihus, Ala, where avings

ItrcnkfiiHt A program has been ar- t for ;hey will visit relatives and friend.
Four club girls uro canning |
I for at j ;Miss Hilda Dunlen visitor S
fruit" \ lunged: monthly meetings: market. Every club in the county was

ft"teal with 1-1 cup cream. !I Sims! 1'aiU\ The 1 Kast: Tosco Dairy: i had an allday canning meeting last I to Jacksonville! this week.S. -.
Association also I last 31. Simmons and wife and
organised
I"ir: I or bin-on and egg! watt !! month.Citrus.

1't or biscuit ((2 or :3)). I month and meetings: urn to be held\ ( Mrs I'. W. ;Moore) : One son Thomas, left August 0 for

Ituttt-r (1 tablespoon). I the' second Saturday in each lI1untl1'llmlllh'e | woman with the assistance of three Virginia where they' will visit Mr. Guarantee

Milk nrioina ( I glass or cup). I :\ < Leo Il. Wilson: ) : A club girls tanned 2,000 cons of to.matoes Simmon parents.

Mid.h: lurninJ 1 uuih number, of cane borer parasites int. | and !pctulu .<. !Something'; Mrs. IV.. Swindle was called J :_ I

I'rc-.h. fruit. : ported from Cuba. have been libtrntpd ,, over 10,000) tin cans were filled in 1 to the Ix'dsiilq, of her mother, ;Mrs w I Many of'tn<,.ontns un to our

Pinner I in the county last month. !I the county during July I Uroucliton, nl{ Alton this week. sb tHty p an Ltd the nceivrd stunt-day

Rna01'! broiled meat. The ;M:inati,>e County liiiiry Asso- ---- :Mrs II. R Peeples and daugh \ 8UOUaSEKVICEim

P.. 'tnt'M's, white ur sweet.On notion was urgnnircd end n countywide ': 1'J.llmn01t: : SECOND: tore :Misses Annie Ruth and, Vir- + the
,'n vruretatili-s, such as beans poultry meeting held. | IN: itri! vnoNAL\ ('1.1'11E irinia, are xpendinic this week in :" E following day- g-5 ISk

cn'' '!iirt-. --pimi'hI 0 Lake ( E. W. Jenkins) : The !grape ) IUlJ.I.M( ( i\T:: CON: 'IEST !ITahirn Oa., with Mr. Peeples mother n Y 24'HOURSER1CETHRIFTY

,R"e4. :t iilnd "r preserves or Jully.llieinl industry ban been one of t the most :Mrs. I. S. RobertsMrs. -
(lainc'svillp.\ Flu Florida finish .
((2 or three! pieces). important, .; industries in the county II : J. Mnxwel: and daughter .- families everywhere are saving
ed I the I l'.U.r:!! national
hatter (1 tablespoon). during the\ month. Tt is an estab- I second in : boys'nnd Miss: !' Roha, who have been Visiting r r i using their Charles William Stores'

1o-1 vsint. fruit !gelatine, or custard fished business and I believe will gills', club membership contest I' relatives nnIII'lendll at Guy- y S. 1 Catalog for practically everything they need-more and more

and caVe.iilteil rank next to citrus I accorduig to an announcementjust ton, Springfield and Clyo, Gn., re.turneil families are doing this every year-for saving is like earning .
: made/ 1 bv [the National Committee . the more you save, the more money you have earned. .
I'liu'llas\ R. H. Hurlebntis Am
nuts n piece rf ('on,1liI.ft..rnnon *. ( ) : i to their homo here last
or highway beautlficatlon on Hoys'. and 1 Gills', Club Work, ; 'r- This new Catalog for Fall! and Winter provides many such
:\ LnnchOliiss sponsoring a :Sunday.Mr. .
I in charge! of the contest.' I lorida's I a syl opportunities. Between the covers of this new book you will J
which Is meeting ; and Mrs- L. L. 3
Redenbnuirh
of milk with :2:! crackers[ (II'l.utt""I11i1k program : .
I club enrollment for I\I! :23!: was 202p'r .\) find practically everything for yourself and family, your home,
with cream or fruit or with encouragement.!! of Jack cent of the 1921! :! I enrollment in'the your your car, prices that make saving ,'
lemonade.' Lee (C. P. Wright! ) : A farmers'committee Arizona \ father, L. II. Bedenbauirh, ? ; id easy. You will be positively astonished at the big total you can i l''
took first
I state place ;
Lunch far supper) composed! of the lending' | hut Sunday.. save on a season's buying! It means that you can have many )i,
with 1925! :!: enrollment of 218 ,
Vegetables, as pens, celery or farmers of the county and representatives u per I :MU Maggie Burnette of Santon, .tzr {s) .. things that you never thought you could afford. "

carrots, with cream sauce from the civic organi/n-I! cent.' hat recently been visitor here. More and more customers every year prove the truth of this. t
I
Vegetables or fruit, inlad with tions has been, formed to work with | number Florida of boys 11,837! :and completed girls. to the tho I i' Elder J. P. Hancr will fill his Nr But savings; are not the only advantage of trading at The Charles ".

oil dressingCorn ; the county agente i regular appointment at the Christ. William Stores. With every transaction you are also assured
I work in l'j\ :!:> in with r
-- comparison of satisfaction comfort and
-- -- variety service. That is
wheat bread l ((2 or :3 inn church next Sunday our promiseand
or Proper Reserve r.Hil!!: for 1921. This I is an increment our guarantee to you.
,
pieces). I The goose: had 1 been carved l nnd 102.9 per cent. A statewide club A La Kaintuck : Write today for your catalog. Use it for everything you need-
Butter' (1 or :2:! tablespoon' ). everybody' had tasted it. It was excellent enrollment week wn held during: During the Confederate Reunion' USE the catalog: for / it will pay you. Fill out the coupon and a book will be

Whole milk ((1 glass), i I The negro! minister who October, 1925\) ; and this resulted in : nt Birmingham, Alabama, recentlya everything you need mailed free and postpaid-and at once.

Dessert!' of custard, tapioca pud-1, '' was the !guest of honor ('oulnot\ ,I]I a greatly increased irtcrestin club real old style Kentucky Colonel Oureraodlnnerclorh. NOWI. TIlE
Cream 1 ice cream' for all the family
ding or fruit. or lOll
enthusiasm work the I
restrain his |I over state. entered a restaurant and said,

may be added. II I "Dat's as fine a goose as I ever While Arizona's, percentage of'' "Waitah, bring me a Kentucky Je..elry-.uto-dry. aood.rull'CHARLES'VILLIAM sups New York City STORES Inc.
''
Putting Her Right i! set mil' teeth' in, DruI
A farmer went Into a city restaurant he sold to his host. 'Whnr did you of club members completing the I "Va!!!*uh, yassuh," stammered the implements ThoCharleii 117 Stone. William I &...... lac.

and saM! to the waitress: | get' such a fine goose?" work in 1925: was only 733.: I i waiter, "but what is er Kintucky everything U here and \.I3Ia1111ieCinho l N.w York Cry "a

"Ilow much for new potatoes!' ?" | "Well, now, parson," replied the! Hoy's and, girl's club work is conducted breakfast, suh?" j I everyt6logiapriced TODll. ofour P1.aa aw.t.uorr' o'll.ndWinirr.
of the exhibiting the Agricultural Extension ".\ steak !! low.
"Sixtv cents!," was the! reply. I carver goose by big( a quart of liquor

The farmer looked at her for a' great dignity and reluctance, when Division at Gainesville, the and a bulldog." [I N.m._._.__ _____..___.___

moment and then exclaimed : i you preaches!' a special good sermon State Home Demonstration De. "But" sputtered the waiter, .. .--.----- -
"Go on sis! Why you couldn'tcarry I never axes you whar you partment at Tallahassee, and the "what is tie dog fer, suh 7" i s

sixty cents' worth of new po pot it,.I hopes you will show de county and home demonstration "TO EAT THE STEAK!" thun
same consideration." agents in the counties. dered the diner. .-
tatoes." __ ,4 .




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FRIP.\Y. AUGUST 13, 1926 BRADFORD COUNTY TELET.R.U'U. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEYE."lI

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I Outline_ Map and Story of Byrd's Flight Across the Polar Regions ::1




;'dotation Pilot Floyd IF. Bennett were fm1" TI-e-T !hnil rrncrVl >
160 ISO 140 ISO IO 110 tOO 90 TO ) .
attonf>anieJ Lieutenant-Com t lit I 1 I, 'J.!i I I.ti..; i .0,1;, 1 K t t", i the ..mn'i"

mender Byrd when the latter I, 'I I -I' ili.ni ni,.| ,..1.| N.i .) .
.
flrw/ over the North Pale in the .I .t'r. ti.' '"i'. .Hi", i n" i'M r ,ills


potter plane. Bennett guided I l-i ilt'th .ml, ,de..ith mirt.nl. :

the plane during the greater 44, I I'rUni..r md, 1 I. ,us cxpedianii.l ( ).

part of the flight Byrd relieving \ ,,10"1 there wrw Amlrce ,

him from time to time. 170 .\n>lrie, of .hol ll>'ril thotiglit an
we nuri-d over Ihe lee
Trent
( pack
This joint; feat of aeronautic where I sn muiv hid perLshed. .tI --

4 navigation; ;it considered by aviation /LR5 Torndrpe.: t Inn, hud liniM-il I thenir u

, authorities to W the finest 75 nut \In -u i I"nkl'r1",1., limit In -

example of what intelligent ; 2'\ Inll.Km. I His -.torv t.ikes. the, Ir.isitinu ,

( N :In l '|| . j is the shortest otiluiii'
ptlotmy under competent direction .! .i::1 I .f |tIn' iiciiunts of polar V

i an do. research m the frrim nnniN
I80 .
By KI.OV.l nr.NNETT:

Aviation Pilot U. S. NavyB Androa'i Disaklert

>n July, I II I I I8i>7. S. A. A tnt......
HD'S flijiht, I It over.
i Swedish" ," -1'/11. net out withtwu

\It wn over NO quickly that iiimp.iiuiuis, m ..1 Immense hal

title scarce, hud l time to realize limn, fiiH, i I Pine's Isl.ind in tin'i i u

hit; It all meiuit' In hnxard. or In l To north nf splt,li,Tii| >n. '. 7(.

history.Tin1 '. r/79/4JL UNEXPLORED % %. 'l. liiiiliinii suit last Hrim fsjklmii."
/
CSPITZBERGEirtL sk I 1" hemled, due
Ills Fokker plane\ that mode il. |\.1:1 > "itt 4
... .
the flijclit I U rcccivinft due public t 4
homiift" | VVannnuikrr'8. first In rh.it, I h All there' i is lo the .\ "
.
New York City nml l now at the
I liese I the reeortU 1
s ire nf only threv
lM>ilndcliiiia, | ; store here itS\ safe
pr Pndree 1.1.1'l I expcihliiini I Vo one eiin >'y
vipihle.llyrd I .
yet .. 160 ; I hut :,, nf them vicre futile.
fresh / ? )
I In plnnninr! | voyap: Rprll9O& .
". hy ufcM-lv where
The Kokker Is too hale a ship yet, 1. r.lo.I"1
I Iliiir ( led;.
foiitsleps" nlileIn
in fcpitc of the fuit that it is a .1"1'0
ri-lir to lie to a Hiirpnss.Urfcreme' .
sacred i re-legated
I to I the lmiiinrt.il rectiulof 3, '
,
museum.Anil \L142D ('jmmiaii.li-r, I ',' r-, who win I the
there are Mill (great stretchesof .
lint I In ri-n-h I Ihe \\e |I"U HI, miv
around the /
unexplored> retinas, ;
150 well Ininnir, here. I 1"'n1' ,nrhieteilMiricss.

1'oleHut licftiro he Fnkltt-r plAne and I Iul nnlv, after n-peiitcd\; i lullnrc. i I.
\\ilh iit.ti I .. .
Omiinnmlcr I Itv'nl ntnrt' out on fur- .1..1 1'.1.1.1.1,1 '.
personil 10,. .di-vnl, .1 I
'
; /
titer ,adventures, it in well. to point jJ7'
tueiity three years, nf his life In. : ". ti
out whut: t II'! I'nl.r l light really ; nf Ihe; nnrlh.n
piirimt nlhcr e-
ineiuit to tis nml h.iw it wus __
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V 4- ( / plnrer mil eeiIir. .Inlin' rnnikl.i.t..
nunlli.i three hundred
pyramided .>n I I ;
. Ins shill .1 rci-ni-d. nor .. .
pi.mmI >
';' the; ]put>"eur of' hundreds of deathless of men cnuraire utterly" on i4--/j -I t' & 1 / \ / \ il.itrjji-il" ."-' ,'r.III"Inl, In I II. isinh

, Loa\ e. w II linn ti> fiu-c death again low his 'ijuesl jpnr .nOr.. 1".1" ,Iittg
; % nn I Ihe! cnlsl.ikrs; .f Hie .
ideal.
and again fur the -uil.c of an l ( 2 1
ii'ilil S\.SH Mils ",'hi"\I., t I

Three Glorious failures

Tins i-an lie duiuIn no better ; y --s N : Penry Supremn

waj, titan. hy the recounting of the 0ZAtl : IN ,"*.\ .-" nllh \11"1' nml I l I' i

stiines of three, glorious failures, all hnrinu; his Imimrs, i ,um In illillirsl .

;I, ending In
> HIP ret'nrd. nf ImiiilreiU, of irttenipU 130 J \ I llns .iclnevin.ei.,. n. at..1.i ,
to penetrate/ the menacing. but ever- /l vvilli no other'

chit rln::, regions" of the, north. 'I 1 11. rrtord of il.'prr, s nf I I

If (.'t. ittitnit, .tcr H,'nl could 1 have --___! iIo too 3 80 10 GO 50 40 3C "I I lined, criipinit ni( m Iro.u" I I'.u.I S.

looked. down n. er tlie criss-crossed' /! ilei/"ce In IHJ7 the mstiwhlill ,- i

Ice ilesert, from" inir plnne with milieu! ,links! the I'-! ri'.i .
)plusscs; which. could lm\e jienetrnted Lower: Circles left to right : Sir John Franklin.. 134S ; Lieutcnrt Gco.-pe W. DeLong. U.SN.79 ; S. A. Andree. 1S97 : Rcar-Aam.ral Robert T. T'caiy. U.S.N., I 1Q09.Acrnt three expi ,ihlinns hiti' ,nclih e''I. .

time nml spin" e, inn) pierced that Twin Circles above : left, Captain Roald Amundsen ; right, Lmcoli Ellsworth, 1926. Upper C.rclc : icutenart Commander Ktthard Uvrl n Uyrd. U.SN., 10J6.! ill, stiirj .

ni'ifjle: ft Ito of cthi-r pun'' whichKoine Aetiinipl'; -. "'i I ii I I1'i! .

", think the records of nil time", nnd triuinph'' i L romance, of n nui-thvp"! p i"
arc )pictured, whit I would. he have with the :North; t'olc Itself us the \\'ilh two shij ., Ihe Kml'ii* the dcilli nf l-'rinklin' mi I.;""ml', up %...,1! extent t .of iniknnun. I territory' I Ills I .,)mjm'tt, \.i is f r u.klone "rrj..y' And' nil itlieklloUH ncttrr I I I1' I i

been'!' lonn! siiu//1hl lirlmrd..stnnilinjr /. nil Ttrmr. lie lu"|ml I to pcnetrati* III IS'7.: the olliu-rs, mil <"!'!'it e > 'ii uui iipeni-il up ''Mid I cxplori-d.. itiuk-,, | ,nml nil uent well untilsrplenilier roiiimiiiider lt, rut Hint th.il, win' ,

Th'Mis.mds, ,nfcerl.iir. trails extending out sharplv on the trorfrcoii the di'trpthe\ *.r i bOil riiir'i\td. the winti-r. nn 1 I. i" i ; inir \ .ilu\ tItle ,iidilitioiii to niiitrniplihKnow .1. I Hirer Ilittlu,List Inter held UN thin Iii our' Ilitflitv n. ni,


cleric, tmuhjnn every point of lands; i wtiiiltl lit: '"1. tiren the F'ran. ki In whiter 'in I ir tinMlrin. > < '' to 1 .lIn'UH- and \\,1 const of Km.r M 1Ihiin I 1- In I IST'I' i-.inie; 3 lie f'IIIIOIIH cniine;, of the putt Ice puck. On (the l.'llh: I of.InU I Ihe, Wrlirlit. iuirlnesii

liind, anil\ ;lie traiU; red' with Hixnlfrom in\stir,, % which; I h,.itint ,'" uui pu/yled I ter Simnd on tli-, :-titli: nf .1 iihv, of I..mil' the IiIl"IIII.f in.un: 81. '- the Jeunnettfl, which, riulcd, MI disus-, .1. ', I 1..1. she w.m crushid uiplHunk .-. n,in- siihlle. ,, em unit Inn of ,'iiiIItCt'I' !

the red feet of nnd doiTst the chili/ed. world' 1 for fourteenJ the of niiotice ., tninsihut whuh, .. the nfspurring th,' mltcru nf the, ,and I
t hun year sailing. And then. tons l..I:1 1 a lernlile t : 'rv" n': di> i- r w. 'means mi expedition n-.pir.itmn. hiverhir, | ovi-r tintup -

water trails/ r..llowlnr| with pathetically 'en 1'''. for fourlci-1" : \ c t rs. anti horror. (Out) nl u total' ot I I., f :Naiiscn; to. make his \ oyiircIn ,'| iit-t thug nut hut three, ImntM In the t nf the wiirld', :ilsn upheld usin

putirnt fidelity the shore of Two hundredcurs\ after I Hudmn :Not; until !1W.51, wilt the Ttiyster.v souls who. >.( Ii rt cit.! not one rci'i.ilneilrrinkhn's I. I Ihe I AV m in I IH'M' ,, lit'n he. reiii'hcd' hope" uf rein'liinijr' frlenillv shore ,our eiuirHc, imd ifinilpd, nnr sufjininic -

every continent and' every Island hud, oicTicd] 1 III| i t'lic w"h'r8 of llild8on !- slit VI'I, crini'|>'lilel\ \n expedition:, ,, .......r'.h for n northwestpitssitre : it !lilitude .of 11110 I u1 !V. Onl\) nut lni.il lnid c\er n, .ichcd ) \Inline in tn..1 Io".r flfl"

Tlien the (treatple. \, of the, .actual ltu\', Sir, .liihn' Franklin of Kent tint li\'. I l.aiK I l-'rinklin, I discovered I hull endi'il.I'.nl I l.ieuten-iiit. I >il slug( in the Jfinnvtlf ri.tfety .e\.'.1 ;mimiti-H it Jmirney it I..,

search for the Pule would" hnve rexraliil ( r""I llritnin sniled on May. 11 the ri-cord nf : he missinghlim \ in the solution nf the nixstcryl ) Imiiiiced" hv. .1' neM ( lord.inllinnet I In \1'1'10.i 1SM-:>, the ile" .nl lnnlii-s t iken over I three himdred )..-" <4luiliint II

itsilf rending like a iimfrni! : Pn.! i>n !Mtlnrl,; \ii' i "-. In ...:. rI't' I The 7Vrrnr .in' .' .' -pf lis* h.ii1 .f M<. di.,..ilti'H-H"-. "IVI", .",i.a| .:' I of II... .\n>- I'-i'l. II....,, 'f I Dt-l inu: ,und ,.1..1 nf the <'revcoinily fiilure: iieeiuiiplishTp I

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'Yes sir! All the humorists of John PryHrn. ct al.. I I Hnnmir Nn tin mil. in the City anti the ,lain lulu or pnrcds of land lying anti. beituf State of riorliln at the iiit mnernl eliction. ) with tin term thereof. annie strut: It. S. It. 22 K:. A..acres.

Oi'fi-mlBnta. i SinCe uf .New York. I In Hriidford county. Susie, of Morida.Ittioun ,to be held, on. the first. Tuesday nftvrthe be ..".',,1..... nn liuu.dnti', dnmtre nnd DIP said land bpinu ".......'.1 nt II,.. dale
the country are riding! in second to ,Order of Publirntinn. Nntlr. to Known and I I'' Tho nmnmit or bond offered' for sale !I.Ia.otooo I. a n.t df.icribed. ... follows : first Mimdiiy In NoM-mber, 1\I\ -6. for. I... ret at rir il. .liy. tho nmd, bnnr of bund iif I llff* IMSIIIIIICP of such certiflcalv' In the

tenth hand flivvers and printing! Unknown Peffnrfanta. In Suit to Remove and tho principal of Raid bonds, I Ihv South half of tho .SmithweM' quarter. raliflration, or rejection : trilsl,....s.Stiii nnm. nf 'I hen -l."". I Ifnliss Hiiiil certifi.rul .
(loud. luli-t Tit If. tic.Thn : I shall b. p..>ablo 11.000.00 the Ittt slay of Siiulhiimt, tilt,, rir of .Sirtiun; 'Puo. I Ui I i Section 41. The Chli'f Justlii.. ... ille Supnmp county" h.nl. ore In bo Iniued un i ahull lie ,enlist according to law
slojrans\ on them Here are some compliiinant havIng fIled hi. aworn July each year beginning with 1927. and I.t North. half of Norlhin-it. qitnitcr, of I Court. of tho Slat' '* of Plorlda shall tli'r t'hnpter I 11IJH I : of tho Kpeclnl. Asia' ofextrMorillrmry lav,ill-id will ,IHSIIO thprisiii time Olh day
we hnve seen roll by in the lint kill of enmnlaint In tho above Hlylcil CHUMP.and eruli sit with 1144.\ Hidn will he auccpttMJ ci itn. Kle\en; 111)) : and nil I hut troil ion. bo splicled by thp .bttsi It'ia tlu-rimf al, I Hie neNflion of ll-fi of the Slnt' ', of Ki-pli.,uiher, A I Ii t. HUH.Wilnss .
dimnmlid. an onli'r. requIring certain for until Ho n d. on or .before the expiration of. NorlhupHt hoarier, of NorthwiHt? iiuurtir. .mm'n"'n"t of tho first term of the of I 1"1..101.. nrnl I U. immid. for thu pur- my offlelnl siarunlurp, and seal
k few days : partita. d.n"anto. to nIl bill of com of thirty flnyn from the flth dny of AugustA lyliiK South of I'ublio Itond In fl...- Suprlno Court in th yi-ar. of 1UJ7.\ and, I"... "".U"" anil hnrd nurfncli.K err- tills the 41' II day of Auvust A.n. 10J 8.
Sick Cylinders. Plaint known antI unknown to appear D. llt'Jfl All bidder. uro required. to lion Tuihe I llJl.' All in rowimbin. Six till.Si wiry two years. thirenfti-r tHin rul.llc rnnd and Imovl"l, and grail II W. AI.UM1MAN.;
: "If a.l. annwr-r nr il">murr-r to anfil bill. rfipixit I with said county board of Public .ulh Knnire Twenty ((20)) last: line other |1111.l n.".I,, .r ..h'' DrndfnrdCounty Clprk Clrciiil, ( itirt. llradfiird Counly.ifr.AI .
Shiftless But Not Lazy. NOW THEREFORE Notlco la hcrobylllxin I Instruction. n certified, chock for five percent Do appear to the bill of eompliilnt filed I FI..I"n. i : I i Iliirlda., '
Fierce Arrow With to John Tlrydi-n. Phillip I.. McKinnny. of the mount of oakt) bid. Bald check in said. .au... on or before the Sixth lily. of A JOINT IIESOI.UTIOM: Proposlnaan Tht until tHjard of bond, trtiRtee re a Quivver.Chickens J. R. Stephen. .1. A. I>uk..... ,\,. F. tn lie. mnilo, payable to the ftnurd of 1'lIbliaIn."u.lI"n Si.pti niher.. All. 11I.'6. othiTwiup, the al-, I Amendimnt M-i-lion! IH of th* ixclnrnlinn .I"h to reject any. and. nil hid*. l "i-iuty| ('lerk 8-11-51.0.3
Here's Your Coop. Tlnrden. Henry Sapp John 0.1! Sapp. James I ot Hrndford. County FIt., itt.i. Ipvatinnii of the bill of mini. .bunt .Mil I cInlien of /Kurhts, in the. ConHtitiitlon of tho |"y of the bnnrj, of truntee ofllrndford
M Smiley John Alexander Graham Summi All bidder shall ....'.lty the time within ns. confessed against you. Slate' of rlorldu. /Id-latiiiv lo the Own- County. FlorldnK .n.
Danger-2,000 olts I. C. lan.. J. R Foar''.'. Jr.. 1. C. Fdl, which the bidders will comply\ with tho It I. r"rltll"r ordered. that .thin notice lie !; mlilp' Inhi.riiuncp. Psposftlon. and Enjoyment : H. M \'rT" WM.rh.l.mln. :'\lrl K: TIP HlllliKltHBmli'il :'
I' Little Go Creep. John C Edlo T. W Pitt., Thomas W. I term* thereof after notice In given by tho itiililishtii> flee n week for four consecutive of l'r.,i..ny. In the State oft Hour.I uf I limit '.1.",,,
I'ltta, Tharlia .lcrtn W. It. Inns, Franriii said tinned that delivery of tho bonds can wick.. in until" .... Coiiuty ''li'l.. rtuili" nneikly Morida. by i.treIuoer.i.It Attettt : hlils will he rcnlvi .1! hy tinllnnril. 4.(
, Why Girls Walk Home. I. :Mi-Cull. If eIther are llvlnir. and If he mail!**. npwHpatier' of. Ki'iii'i,"..1! cficulaliim.publmhed i .. It /Kinolvi'il' by the I.Piilslntura of the C. \ I.'IJTt'If.Scerttury. I nt llinl 'r".'Ot S i>r llriMlrnul, ( utility. Moriilll. I
I Dis Squeals. plther or all nf said atiove named cU>fend., Cprtifinl, check rcfi,>rroil to above> In to In titarke, llradriird County.Ilorldn State' of rlnriilii-, Hoard of I'iiml' 'Truntrr at hut ifric of tliu Mi'CrHary of the
ant are dt. ad. then t.. the liHlra. ileviHom, bo> dipoftitfHl HH a wii, .mini. ,..> of full contlilinnro I IW I I 1 riiut I Ihe fiillowinir. amendment to tliaCnnNthutlon .16.A-N.1 11..1 lit Mlinkr. I 1'1..1.111. niilll I 10 ,uu
Mah Junk. ...o.t..... irranteea or aniiiKna and to all with ihp bid submitted and In tho ""Nr.S" 'h,. Honorable A /. Adkltin.JuilKC nf thp Slatp, of rioriilu. Seclion ..h.k A.M I. of. Miiitinitii-r' 71' h, anti I.
Pray as You Enter. 'pemiini. firm anti enrimrntlnn. *. having or pvont of acrrpiance r>f nurh hid and th. of t It.. El: "hUt Jiiillcinl circuit Court. i I IH of I Ito 'llorliirHtliin of Kuril's nf nl that tint, ,. .inilillcly lthteti.l| | for, Un 110.. Unlititt.llvrry
claiming. any 'lnti>reitt In that portion or failure on the Iran nf the bidder tn. cornlily as upll a<* .Ihe tilunntiiri anil offiLlnl' stat| ssul. Constitution be and the annie In hire :Noru; i: Iruck.KHCII .
An Accident Looking for a Place parril of land, altuattf., lylnir and beIng with the term thereof same shall bocnmidrr" of the irk of this Court, this thi 3rd '''by upniil to and, the same shall be sub : lilililrr must siHclfy tlto moili-l nftruck

to Happen.A In Prndrord .eountv Pt",o of Kloriilii.kni '! UN 11.,11..1. | dnmntreii and he tiny ..August, A.U. lt>-S.! i iIS > milted to tIm.. ipuilifiid. nli"lnri nf. the HIIIIPof In Circuit Court, Flu hill Judicial riri.it.llrn.lfWil : hiI nn anti whi.n ili'llvcry can b*
>vn anti dmcrilieil. a. fnllowat. rptiilned. by I the, Ilonrd ... diimautm on ".. ,.nil) G. W. AI.DERMVN. Morida. fur ratification I or. rpjerlliin nt I I In Clianciry. ",.1...
Nash Con.Don't The South half of NortheaHt quarter of count of the non-prrfnrmnnce of tho terms Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford, l'tttnty.Florita. I I Ito ".. Section Eleven I III I and he .dnulhwmtnuarter I of pail bfd. to ''Y. that. Section I IK of. the llenliirnlionnt I K. tnmnn.I ally unil nil bills.. .J.o
Laugh; You :May Be Old of Northwcpt quarter of ScTtlonT Hiild' bond! are tn ln.. 1..u..1 for the purPOBO I'. S. (',..,,,.. Iftuli'i' of tho. Constitution of the Slate, iinipliiinniilsvs. K.: 8. MMTIIKWS.Cliliirrnnn.
nf !Solicitor, fur. Complainant. i i.r I I. 1.1,'... be ami'ndi-d so an to read, a*
and! Feeble Yourself Some Day. ",. |" I> I ll'-'i.: All beIng' In TownBhlp Six' purrhfiwlnir slip trcctfntr Nrlumlbiiildinir j. .
,Ifti. South Race Tn..n.20 1 Fant. anti furnifthmir snot,' fur thi> n<4.iof X-A-ut-U-J.: MinnstWtlun: fiioriro W. Cole ct al., r. A "'II1t'H.)
This Car Stops for Brunettes Thai vou and i nrh of you nr<> reiiulriNlto thu piddle frc>(. Nchnoln within Bald *pccfnt 14 I'orilitners who are elltfiUittil D.'f.-n.lnnlH.! ... -.II.g.S( |
I I In .. cfllrens of Ihe I 1'nilpd' Stalesundir
Blondes and Railroad Crossings. n,,,,,,.. plead answer or ",'mllr.n to ins Hchnol' dintrlct.Snid :NOTICE OF ElfcCTlOV: ".,ir of I'nhl..n. Null.. to h ,imiwn and. -- ---
Iho' bill of eomtilnint, in the nhnvc atyledPailflp Malvd bidn' I.. It, opem-d, hy natdPnnrd thp provisions oftho Iowa and treat 1'nknoMn .. lit Hull to Kemiive
Follow :Me Chickens I'm Full of : nt tt'n relock A. M. Im of thp totted. Sinus, hnMI I liefiiinp .1" '.tlTlE; TO (' TituS
on or before Ttlf>ndny.. th. 1"I1I'rt'n.h ntembir, flth. .h.I I '.. ". thud, 1 IllliUr.. ''TI
day, of in2n. nt the office of the Supi-rint-n of The |1."I.lnl. of 1925. rlKhls art It. the o".rhlp. 1010.1.'n.o. '
Corn. S' ,iti-mlH'r \. 1>. 1lrt.! or the nllppotlonn IIEKEAS. 1 he pntniiliiiniinrpi. liavlmr fllinl" tboiiHuurii
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of sail bill will be taken an eonf I'tiblic, In.t reel I.in i.f *n f 1.1 l county nt ..nd'r the *'"n.t tution. nf 1 1. ,5. of tho and ilspositfou of I..ry in I lit bill nf cmnpliiinl' 'In thp .... slyl..dcniint Minted, bids will he rucplved. by I the Hoard,
.'..ed aualniit you. Starlte. I 'Inridn. the naid' Ronnl rencrvlnic State nf PtorMn.' did ,lint' tlmJoint It... Sliili.' as .11..n. of tho Slata' but the ., nii'l hnviuir di.n..I.,. un. order re'lillriutr uf I l.n.' .Trusties of ,.. Hor.Ida .
... I.nM..1 1'11
o i 1..1 Ir In f.rthr or n-jncl any anti all MIMpy | oli.tion propi'Hinir Bnn-ndmetitM to the Con- I LeiriHlntilre, .. havp powpr limit, reuulnlp -. ci rlniti ,luirtltH .feudaiiti. I.i ..nli'liill the office of I nipnlury ,,f I hut'
Insured I piihlliihed 1 once A wick;.It fnnr wppkH. in order of the pul-l Ronrd of Puhllo dilution. of the Stnti* uf I-loridn. .",1 the anti .prohibit thp .wn..hlp. inlnri.lanpp nf complaint, knnwn and, ""h itt.wn. tnii.i llnard at Slarkp rlorlda until 1 in .clock
the Hrndford County Telt'lrroph. a weeklynewnnan Instruction of rtrndfnn! ('....n'v. FlorMnf. tmim w...... nrried. .tn l hy a vnte of ihreefifthH disposition, ".....in" anti pnjoyment | .ii.. lilt ad., answer *ir demurrer to paid < \ of Setimher| 7. lll.'ll and, at thattlrni.
: He : "It wouldn't be much trouble : ,>r of "......rnl circulation.' / ,td'Iishi.lin .. W. KICKLITrH: of nil the member' dieted to each. .f nnl eslnli In the Hint of. Florida by hill I ,publicly "thulflm'h for npprn'lmiilt.y| H4rntt
Chnlrmnn or thi. flimr.' of Public,, I Infitrneflnn "l Joint Itn. frt 'truer* uho ore not pliuiblo to Lrcomoelilrins \ .
J !Otnrkf. FlorlilnMTNRSS house ; that the vote" .19 nnl j .f rli-iirliiif. and 1 uriitihinu- Itond
for to :My father is : :. Nolle' l I. gIven
us mnrry. of flip I I'nltiil, stutim uiiil ih
t, \ :; thehnnd anti seal of O. W.AMtrmnn. of Mrarirnnl County Plurldn. liii ions were entered upon" tln-lr r '*p,.etive | ,NnI 1IH''OI. If iillvi. h..I' to No I 11 I a't ,Ibisli, road .list to Clay
I'' | >. of I Ihp lawn and I Irentlia of tho1'nltiHl c. "
a minister you know. ('?"rk of said' court aa well anIh A"I. II. WIfiOINS.Sien Juiirnul. with the yift and nays thereon .r..I.I .! ..." Ills. llr'lls" ., "llviNIIH ,lllrlltl.r.. ,ITIIMI.l.,,1..1.' .1..1iiMHiitiiH I'nunly .
She "Well let's have a at it ,. .,.nl ..r said ,'".... thin thp nth day. tnry.fSEAM I 1, nnd 'thiy tlid. d..I.t rnun tunl, .1 J rcct th* nui jti l1.h. 'I hnrniiH ,IMI riimiuifway if livlnirnr All work 'lo lie doop In accordance wilh,
: try ofm..u.l A IL). lO''nlSnl S-fl.fll.ff.3 Joint ItcMoliitlnnM be iii.hfnitU1, .1! lo piston. i' if ih ad. tin-ii I hiheirs. .'.. I eis. liiratis'H h,. |,|iin. and .piclficullana. und/ contract
anyway; my dad's a lawyer." ) C. W. AMIFRMXN. of. the State at the (;.",'r,1 Election; in !I.1. 'Hie totes cant In compllniirr %vli h nnld .irtI 5l'ts" nr.asNlfiis, Lucy.1.I lliinmlnirway. I., Hradfiird' (''.'iml y.Nti.h .

Clerk Circuit Court. Ilrmlfnnl C'oimly.Florida. NOTICE I IIn :November; 1'tJB. I,..1".0 nmendrnents. and the ..n..... If living, or if Tli-nd. to h.-r hi"irs, dulsim. : bid must I... api-umpunhd I ly n eerilfiid .
] NOW EKEFOKF' I. IT. CL.VYritVbrORI .,. ." and returns thin.of, .101 he \ lm'icni,..... trraflt'i. or .I" n-> I Iiltt'ti I" cluck or hid,..... bond. madipny.
A. 1. CREWS.nlleilor >. of State. of the ...ihjietid to thp ."n,,' rpuulntlonn, a rerfrlinti4 nml .Ini H ulili. lo K S. MiilthiiWM., chalrmnn. for flue
4Il4-It S.-cnlnry n "ui n In r Ittisiti it.i
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for Complnlnnnt.s ( .urt. Klulilh. Juiuclnl' 1.. !State of rlf>rldn. .1.! h.Iv I wi" .. n..,flc.. .. as are pro\ldnd' by 'In v r.., uinrttl I Is lixlnv' nr If dead, then la their .1 r cent of the amount 1,11. ns crideuc
i: COFFINS & CASKETS .1 n-St.0-10. cult... Pradforil. County Florida. 'In Chan- I Omt a .KM-UAL:' ELKCTION will be held' i Irrtlons In 'the Slate, of Flo.l. 'In''Irs. dpi'lsem I. i.t.t..... V'. no.tt.r nslina ..r HMO. ..I! faith, BIII us n Kuarauliu that. If
cpry.H. IN 'nS"I"NYHI'IW': I : I havri'imlo ,- AIII.I, ii| the contract the blildnr.
will ..
C {' In each county. In Florida on Tuemluyn A lid to nil person.... firms anti ..".. -
:i: of Crews. < xt Hucecidmv. the flrnt Monday in N>. I" sit my hnnd and /affixi-d the rations. hiivlnir or plaimlnir any I Intenstu -itt.. I ihp .""I.r, and GIve lund as r*. .
and a Full Line i'I NOTICE OP rrlll.ICATlOV! Complainant. i i";,lint su| fOr the Stntp of l-'lorula. at iiulri-,1.,. '
M-mlur ". 1 P li!''Jt. the nn d Tiimilnv being < flint pirtaln Piece or parcel of landsltiuite .
: I Ia John va. .tIe SKPflND: nAY NVKMHEFl for nllnhniMP. I Undertakers' Supplies P'-partment of the Interior IT. S. and Difindnnts.OrHir Dryden ct. nl.. !1 thft rat if tent ion or reject ion. of the patti! ..Mi .lny of July A.. I). IUJH ford con nty, SI ui.. nf l-liirldii known and ..I' 'IIIIs.'
i hKM.i: II I LAY KAWfonn. I Inns and, piclflratlona. .
Office at r.nlnpnville. Morldn July 2t.ll''fl. .'ofnt IteflfdtillnnN proposing mmdmrnUin disrrlhid. an r.l..w. may be seen
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE i.f Puhllrallon Votlre to Known iinH Conntitution of of ilor I '. Secretary. of Slate.MITKE ui I the i.fflcp uf the aorrulnry.E. .
I ;. Stein) No. 02002.1.N'i the the State -.B.I\.I.21. Lois Hit Ill' anil, : IOu.. .r uti.-t, u
:a: :a: Unknown Ilrfendanlii. In Hull to Krmove I.I' S. M \rrilKW
,>tlr.' I. .hereby glen. that Albert Mil.ter .1m vistA !Slxtiiu I lB'' ...c..t A strip of Innd. 4H't

: : AI..n hand. Tb beat arrlc* of Stark, Florida, who on Octobi t Cloud quIet Title. Lie.: i UK S t 'I.E OF ir.n.imii nn a prit feet In wlililt., off of the l-ast: pal lot paul r A. H-rt-ll. Chairman.Stinlary. .

I at th* lowest prir...* Special, attention 2" K'lR made homestead entry. No. It uppenrinir from the allegations of the JOINT :!lOI.IITroN imposing "nAmumlment C b.T:: toisrv IIONIISHi lots KIs and Kltfht; ,is pi. 'r the '"r.'y ..r 8.0-Ct.M. I INOTIf
to ..1....." ood..'. + ,n"0021. for North half of Northr quarter worn bill nf ...mnt, In the ah"that ,- to Section 0 of Article' XII __ I the Oriulnal Town of Starke. .same .p
REGISTERED F.MHu.MKR + ., "".h.t quarter of Northeast quarter and th. aire. ri'.ld".nee or plnen of hu.!n *(* of the (ronntftut. nf the State of r"lorda. tsar of ...'..1 In lin-d brink "N". on ,.a.
1: :iiJ a: Northeast quarter of Northweat quarter.Option c.f th.. di-fendnnta John Dryden. Phillip L. Relating to Education. n.1 hy. ,oiitlp, Is given that the ,Hoardof : '/. of the public n-cnrds, of Itradf'ird K TI IlrlllolCt A !f ( ItEIUTOim
DEWITT C. JONES : ; 2 Townahln rt touth. Ran". "1Fa :McKinmy., Ifrnrv Hnpp lohn I it Snil.i I u.) t 'It "......Iv.d by the trilitture, of 'h" lion.I Trustees of llradford Counly.I'lorldu I ('",, ?.. Floriitn., and, I"nl In Northpastipinrlpr Notice I Is hereliy I..n.. all .",1.
i: + .t, Tallnhaimep. Meridian haa filed, notice Archibald A. !SmIley Nicy Smiley. John SI..... nf flor.da : wil nciivH .spali.il. bids for th* of H..uihv.c.t iiuartcr of Section lpuolri.. distrlliiiteis. and all persons Innir _
I :" of intention to ,make. Three-year proof.to Alevandir' / ilraham. Samuel' 5'. I.nne. J. That .the ftiltwlntr! amenilment tn Sec.I I purehnsp IllnnnilOO of: County: Itimdii i ihi. .1 1 w. .I.ht i2Hi.' Township His: 11. pliilms' aualniit the .hots, nf E .
TtRKE. FLA. mtablUh claim' to the land ahnvv dmcrih ( Edie. A. P. Edlo lohn C. Flip. Thomas i the County of Hrndford 8' t'moe'ltr.. "mill, kanwp Twentytwo I I2J | niut. latch deceniiid, nip heri-by, rnmrid, i 1 .
; id, i, before Clerk Clmilt Court at Stark. %v. IMIta Chad,.-. Riiberts. W. R. Lane. lion the II of State Artlnlo' of Florida XII 'of r.I.ln"It the, Constitutionof Kdnrntirm : .. up to and 'Including .h I tth ilay ofAumsutit. Ilist you and taeh of yi'U. ...requtr to .."....1 their claims duly .', ..ntlcal-d' i iIhp >
I Florida! on the 9th tIn. of September. 1024. V. \. '.nn.. M .\. I.one. Frantic I.I..- ll>2r). I iippi'nr, I pUad, nnsweior demurrer to the County, Jiiii of llradfnisl (' tProrlda.
rllll' ++ +4'++++++ 44+4++..4S Claimant nnmc ...lln..eo..S. Call P I. MaCall. The Panneburv Com- be ant the nubmltted amt.' ,In hi r.l.y nizrtsti. \ Sold' county bonds a' to Its datid the mild bill I nf complaint/ In the above stylodrauiip within ono. Y.-.. from data or''i uijotir .
tn anti shall bo to the RIertoifi;
lianr. a coj-porarlon. If lltinit' or 'i cli. runt, .'ay of Julv tltofl! "-.1 ..-.. it, he I iidtnnmtnatlona on ir Iw-forw, M"iidnth.. Sixth, I, day ,. will, !?. hi.Id In bar ihrnt /< i .1 i.'l,
---- -- -- -- I A. Strickland' of Siarke.. Florida.' fstance, nnil If dead: or not in existance.; : tit the Slate at the On-'rnl: Klectt'in: oflt.prwniatlvea of, II.OHOOO each and to iif Hiplemlnr' A I. 1"28. ...r the alienations persona Indeht! tn said' rilnt' ., npinilreil ,
lam S' .\u4tln. of !stark' Florida. .h.... ,Ilielr, It. In I"-B. for approval orrejection. of Mix cent if.uid' ., will taken .. .
ur helm. ,Inunlee ,lovi.ei.irrantees. l inltnst at the rate cvnfi l lo pay 'hnlrof/ dnbtr"iwitli
44 4. Z ."t.' '. !+..s I I'p 'n. Olfria. Slack. Florida.r i ba. .r .... h 'to
siiece..or. or ashen'. an- all ,,". per annum payable' .,'ml."nu"ly. 0" the I d I against you. the 'tindenlpiiiil' Administrator 'rh''h'
f'' S..... of Starke Florida. known t n the Complainant anti that 'ther faction 9. tn ..I.n" tn the tax prr*. fu-Mt day. of January an., of eachyiar It I. fitrth.r r onlcri-,1. that thla notice bopuhlnripd tiny' of July, 1 liljrlI .
HARVEY GEORGE C. PROM: nn person in the Slat' of Florida known vided for In Section 8 of this Article the wlih' inti-rest coupons attached. The onto n week for Four consecutive I I. II f AdmlnMrator.
t 1 M. SNYDER + I.--n.t-t-37 r."lotor. II. complainant the si.rvlc* of n .uhponit Bounty. Sehnfil fNind nhnll consist of thoropnrtlnn principal: .I. interest of said 1 county bonds I ......k. In thp Irlor".1 Counly' Tilefranh I Eslairfof,. TCr.1. .''1010. ........ .1.17.18.0t.1
upon whom would bind, the mild, difendnnn. of the inti-r.-nt of the Sin iiri- payable at the banking house nf the ,. / .',lily n-wiiiiM-r| of ifemiral circulation I "'I
.
<.r ill her of them and that it in bellend ."rlm.l. I Fund and 1 of the "nit mill Hiiiti- IRK I llnnijvir Nat onal i liank. In the City. and. I iul.linht.tl| at rltarkp. Fhi.ritln.wlrN.si4 '
Mortician. Starke. .ia. :NOTICKv 'l.y complainant that the named' d.. n'>i>ortloni'd' to the county, nil rApltntlonTUX. Stale of New York I Ihp l.nn.l,' and seiil of (J. W. -
f-idant. ... eollt.cted within the county' and .11 li-rk uf ,,.i.i/ "n.P (.rMRIHtV E
int r.iwi> In tho .., ",,. ,.IC In- of bonds offered for sols .I rmrin Court ns well as I'
Member of Florida Funeral i olml I', 'h. -II. A .i.l. ronipia. ...."o"Hlion. by the Leic'alnturo which 'l. amount saideiiiinty 1,. sal of nl.l ...rl. this the tied day of.IKII.I > tiller dill', hereof -. < .
nut .1. thp of
U 1 .OHO (it) and principal
,ice or ,IP of .15 non no qi. lillh I May of
rap Cont .
AuuUHt.
*
i I. ''hh.i I d.( not know. and. dillicent M hit 11 with all other County School Fund In \ A.I D. I I-JJ8. : I12H. I th..t
Directors and Embalmen Asoclation. :- I" e.1, I'll.chiHil District' Numberedrki >. nnh and, 'In .try' ha nil I I. -..n by able- \ >. MMMirtlfini-'l, / and "lit.trlbutet.i! a* mitt b. ', ,Plea bonds .h..1 IIP Thirty du, ..np..bl./ remwetfully I O. W. ,Ar-PFRMAN I I .rh'I ni.il liiianllan, for Wlll.e. M I >,.,:,-:
'I' n. t lirarlforl. County J-'lor.Jn to a.eeri'n uhith. r of the roviled| by law and .1,1111 o.. .1i..llr..1. hvihr r..m yearn Issue.) Stork Circuit' ('n\rt. Hradford. County ". Wise Freeman WIs and Mit M", I
any ilefindann. from datp thpreof and' be ,
,
f I Dondii1'r Knnrd of frolic fntnictlonf iS.m.t I MInor heirs nf IVt \Vls.. ,ilMrasc
/ whose r'mmty Florida !
n" resIlIence/ or place of hint.neta in ..rh.. Mids' will he aeeppted In 2 00 .
\ Iv, li :'ut '10.. I1" T.inrdf up siinly In the
> ll-norahl.
Is allured as unknown ,la flead, .1.1) ly for the support. And maIntenance of All \ S c Craws. .11 Oro. A. G..I.
luldle Inttructlnn of Brailford' County ur fr.. Mhm.l Provirf| !o'clock I'M. on A"uo 17th. 1126. S.Iucltr" for n. r. .'"'.y Juilic, In anti' for ,
: alive, e...|it an set nut In said publitt' .s | that turn Complainants.onrn 0..1
bill'
PHONES IML1" with C. A.
F, will receive, ....r..1 or 'hlildi-rs' are required to posit .. lo.i.tj. Mnrlilit? .
'irlda. hid fur theurchaao for ,
and' dfttr.hitinn shah be t.r.Iv.I.: nnlrr'
.. npi, >ortlonrnent an sell at
"* '.
"' AOl It 'is .
.11..01 l In the .. ,,,. of Hond ,
of Sill l ionnn < Pax ScIsi, I IDiHtrfft .., hitch .. of Ca d Una" irlial. sal-I Onrrlfth .
i vclal a .
i bill of ...rnI.lnl, that he hellevrn made. 'hy general law IHN >ton Horntttt. .. iin.l.vl.l| ,nt r..t
that Trustees at Htark. lorldn a --- --- --- .
: Day-I Nig-ht -69-W i i J r Ntimbr Elrhteen "if Pradford them nr. pi r.on.. firms and rlnri'd t.r nclpl of oln-mlfiratlon" to bo d.- .If.d nrh of ...ili| minim In Ih. folluMlnirilf
the ,
'-"n" Fio'rt.| heath on or ht-foni th.'tpIalion ,Interr.tnil I in .1 h<. I l'i\nl., corporations l .. roiinrd by the L ai. lnturo. 'check equal lo I per tent of \ : OP AI'PI.'f''"' I f1 'r\\ "er\bftl\ lanilt 'lying anil I"n. In Jlrml.rl ,-
ni.iir'y d I the
With DeWltt. C. JonM nf thlity Jafrom i't tfth day. whole I Iltiunit. I nf bid. saul thick to boo payabl to I,F.HI: I'MIHI: : $..( THIS' S7 tit '. foiinty. Kl rlila' lu.wlt :
.
I) the name. are. residenc or placeof I,iKiard of hand t..t... of County (. fomnr-iicinif
nf i \ui ii-4t oa. office of theterintepi..nt hiMlneii. l I. 1..Io..1 TiE .fNKmiMFATIThS; SU anti Ii* I I-I
a, I.I of Piiliila Instruction of and unknown to complainant A JOINT,; REflOMmoV' ProposIng an t tamendment FloridaAll chains wist of the N,'rh .n.hl.o. of tho
... . .. In .M bill relief I. prayed avalnat. to Article V nf th. Conntl bidders' the amount of ,
-. I I.M. ..I County. Florida. it Stark. Flor such .h..1 specify tiiulhwrat iiuart.r, i.f the ", rthast .
known
I II and unknown defendants. per tllll,," of Florida. Relating tn the Judieiary 1 bond hid' for the time within which NotIce ,Is hereby given that J. A. Morgan ftxtlnn '131. T.wn.l If, quae.t..r ,if
ida.Said 01 s flrntu and Corporation' pnrtment. to boo Known .. i the bidden will .comply with the terms purchaser of Tea (ertlflcaiu No. Ikt. dntidthe Range i'2i 0..10
NOTICE Honda are to hi dated July lit 1038 i THEKr-FOKK: 'IT 13 nRI) .III'D.' that all Section 41 of aid Article., i thereof, after notice I la a-lven by Ih. said. I IIh tiny of Auvust. A II I 21. has Hiedlaid chain. Thence vast West, oun/ 6 1-3 Hiiuth (iid 1-2
and' are to .be In denominations of 41.. liersnn. firma anti corporations named In He It f<....>Kd by tho .Utflilnturo of the I!fteeretarv of said Hoard of Hond Trustees, certificate 'In my office and has mad Vnrth is |1.2 chains thence chains' thence.
I louSe each. onil to bar Interact at the this order. if living or In el..., ... ,, ,, for East I 1rhalns
er If !II.... of Florida : t that delivery of Bonds can b* mail a implication tax dewd to I. "* In a.urtlsncp .- to point of
In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. rate of .i, i' cent ft annum, payable dead or not In eilstance ."In..i.,;, eontalnlna'men
r then his. her. That tho following amendment to Arlisle check above referred. to la toh C wllh law Said certificate em anti, one-half (
Bradford. County Florida. In Chancery. .'ml.anmmllr on hot 1t dar of Jan.unry their or It. heirs d.vl_.. *".._. ... V of tho CoOa.titut.on of Florida 1 *(..tl..1 aa a guarantee of tol compliance h.a.. the followlnu described property, Iras This 'Hlh acre mo. or
day of "
i J. E. Adblns.Complainant.. and .Tillv, of eiieH ,....... with InterentBounona t.... .uvees ors and amlirns.. and to all to b. known a. Seetfnn I M nt aid, Artrctebe. | with the bid ."bmlt.d. .In the dtuatid' in llralford County Florida, to. July.J. ty
" attaehed. Th. prmoipal! and In. persons, firms and corporations. having or anti the same I I. hereby agreed tn. and ,i event of the acceptance a.h bid' and sit, 4'j' A In SE' stir of NEl', of SBV Oua-illan for W. WISE.::
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, PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA b FRIDAY AUGUST 13, 'xt

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AND THAT'S THAT! Ford output increased 4,000,000. the deceased was a member. ''U'

Bradford County Telegraph "The first Model T Ford wasturned Rev H. A. Tucker in chargei i?.
1 1003{ ) and
out on October ,
rendered
hymns were dun. .
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 it was not until seven years later ,
r / 7 I service which closed with a |,
t\i December 10, 1915 that the first

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class b ...--rt., ..... million was reached." and tho pall bearers bore tn ,".
.. mains to the waiting hearse, .
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Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida .
I II I STORM TURNS ROADS led the procession to Crosbj II, C

E. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. Ii INTO MUDDY QUAGMIRESThe : Cemetery:: The services( at ,"
:
C. Kobinson__________________________:Managing E ltor : i grave were short, and the ren ,
SYGoL Y i iiNOUGN 1'1 unusually heavy and constant .
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were lowered in th grave ai ',.
rains which! followed the hurricane -
SUBSCRIPTION KATE flowers were placed on the .
I II last week manifested a dis. n 1

Yearly, 1.0: ; Six :Months, 73c: Payable in Advance / : .1 I.1i position to convert most of the Union in the presence of friends an

Advertising Rates on Application i and Baker county roads into almost atives, who walked away ti Q
I his remains to rest where the
impassable morasses.
i
I iof the world are forgotten.
I IN\KSTKfVIE:; ( ; KAIFOItli .' Tit.\('EY; E ('.\I'ES sfATEI'RiStN On the county highway running The deceased moved tow ",'. .
:; OFFICIALS/ / from Lake Butler to :MacClenny the .
:"> years ago from Butte, '
I
culverts and bridges were covered
,
Yc-., Virginia, there ii a Santa I //ci and has made many friend .'.
with water and blanked with mud
(Continued from Page 1)) :
I his stay who deeply
( lnti, as almost anybody who hUi. and on Thursday morning auto traf symi
/
I'llrciui hy Captain J. W. :Moseley. with the sorrowing unet .
'murdered, no lass than two people i Cic:0,1\ practically ceased, even the
The escape resulted in the dig 'renicment.Beside .
ITI Florida' will hasten to u' sore L conveniently located "pry poles"for
hand: ofIo.efy r the censuring his! wife, he Isby
of the
: (,.Superintendent: J. S- Blitch ol getting stalled cars out three suns and, one dd"
ruts being useless. As far as thee'e
".I' bandit, and Killer the Mate\ and the suggestion .
of
could reach
I >,.! <. faith with officertoday.."- to the sheriff of, O+' nfe coun-; L' i yellow water and were mud expanses was everywhere Denver, Erne Swindler f .'

tv 'the propriety of discharging -onsille, W. Swindler of (I'..,.
:NIWH tih from Rt Cloud \"s. i f in evidence. From the Baker .
i i .1.,).. :Now; all you little boys State Criminal Investigator 0 E. Wbe i county line the conditions were :Ncbr.. and Mr. ;Murgar'; \

i r.,i girls of thin Sunday school Jurman. much better until the vicinity of '
;ithat ii the text f.f today's Captain :MmelnyV report said: w ry Maccleny was reached, when chaos O. M. 'Inmni" H. n, Young '

I I" ".n. Try to keep hack the tear "We I left<<: Rolfonl at 1:30 p.m. on again prevailed and boats would ('uupert' Elliott und 'C.f..

hat well up in your blue eyes at Friday July 30- Colonel Hack O. rave been required in order to ''r" ,mi-' F-iiu-ral director DeW

!h,> pitiful thought in this verse Ii. Jarman the prisoner Joe Tra- reach many points on the outskirtsof Jones had charge of arrangcm

lit broke faith! What i in coming rev and myself drove to Orlando, that city.

over the criminals of fair Florida ? nrrivinr there at about !9:30: p.m., LU Road 28 between Lake Butler and.FOR OVER
where Tracey in the .M ,.
Itunincas men and public officials we placed coun
Starke was a labarynth of trenches,
onii-iimo" nff "ft their pledges, tinil of Orange ,county for thrtn 1cU& -/ ditches ruts, bog holes and miniature -

hut wh".'vcr hoard of a wH recognized 'ifht. On the following morning! ; lakes with here and there a "ZOO TEARShaarlem

,, |, high! class! bandit find killer Saturday' July 31 we left Orlnn- small river meandering through the I II

l making fnith with officers? HunImnilfi | drove to :Miami, arriving muck pretty much its entire dis I oil has been a world-
forget their pli hte(1 mere ot about' I 10:30: p.m. where
may
i tance. The Bradford county end vide remedy for kidney,liver and
troth; wives may prove Inconstant, we confined Trm-py in the county \ was even worse. Negotiation by bladder disorders, rheumatism
but the social structure of civilization inil of Dude county for the night I ,
automobiles of this devastated. terrain :umbago and uric acid conditions!
Wo to HomenteaJ II ,
stands. H'lt for a murderer were on route I i i was a thrilling and perilous

not to Iivi up to his word! If it ut which place Traeey claimed to j I procedure and few had the courage

happens two or three more times rave, secreted certain bonds, and on ) ': to attempt its o Q1.D M&.AI

the prison officials will begin to !Sunday' morning August 1 1. we left However, these conditions will be "HAARLEM OIL'* \
I
,doubt. I that he h n rent IfntJeman' :Miami to it" to Homestead, andvar- --- fore very long be relics of the past. .<"*-i"-'...*._=- .i

in every sense ,c/f the word. Ho rived at the latter city at about 10 to leave, and we thereupon left for SHANDS:: BRIDGE IS -, meet at the east approach of this The new hard roads are on the way
.,, +tlt, ?"I( f0 (10", n'lmittfrl! to theRaifnrrl TO BE BUILT WITH bridge while Clay county and the and they will be with |correct internal troubles stimulate vital
this I greeted
a.m.At St. Cloud. At point requested un. organs.Three sizes.All
Rotary Club That Truceyj Ilomentend Tracey called on VIEW INTO FUTURE state are spending $1,500,000 in the bounded druggists. Insiston
enthusiasm
by a grateful the
I the driver to stop at a garage ____ 1 1I I I I original genuine GOLD MEDAL.
and after conferring
Hill
broke faith must he a Mow to the one Ashley construction of highways leading public.-Union County Times
trusting faith especially of you with him 'a few moments we to enable me to go in, and he diJ Engineer Provides for Growth! of to Jacksonville to Lake City, to ;i j I ttttttitttttttfI

children, In thin primary Sunday I drove to West Palm Beach where BO- I Century in Plans for 'I i Gainesville and the West Coast and ERNEST:' CLAYTON SWINDLER :

school clans, and of the Florida Trarey wished) to see a party unknown i "After I had gone inside Jarman Big Span I| to Palatka and southern Florida I BURIED SATURDAY I PATRONIZE J
prison excrutive. !Never break to me. Upon arrival in West which join this bridge in Green I t Home Business +
to the door and asked
came per. -
faith or teacher will spank If he Palm Beach we discovered that the i Green Cove Springs Aug. 8.-'' Cove Springs. Ernest Clayton Swindler G4\, who + RIDE GAINESVILLE + ,i,
1 mission take Tracey to see a The analytical of the traffic
to report
can catch you. party sought had removed to Ortega resides a short distance north of

Trnrey took foS 1lit, text "Faith Park at Jacksonville and we I :Mrs. Simmons who lived three or survey for the million dollar Shand TilE 14th :MILLION FORD Starke, passed away in Jackson i : BUSSES :

without work I is dead." Thp offl. i| thereupon drove on to Orlando and :i four blocks away and stated that 1 bridge to span the St. Johns river ville Thursday after an illness of

rers had the faith and he worked again confined Tracey in the county 1 they would return by the time I here in expected to arrive from Chi- '' several days. The body accompanied I : SCHEDULE +

them so he la very much alive- I I ISJlI'I.kinSC : jail of Orange county. would be ready to resume the trip cage this week, by Alie Shands, "Another million mark in Ford by relatives arrived here I + For JAX 7:30: 9:00: s: m. :
bank director and noted engineer production was passed on July 21st
Monday
"On the following morning +
: Friday morning and taken 4:00
in tit-half it 100 and Mr. Jarman having acted very was to : p. m.
pert{ of i who heads the organization that when motor No- 11,000,000 came +
August 2 at the the
request
cent of the intelligent and honest in the fairly throughout the entire trip, will build the structure of concrete off the assembly line at the Ford- family residence. r I: ForG'VILL1? 1000am.; + 'k
to
Tracey, we drove a point Funeral services held Sat- ,
citizens of Florida. The Tribune' was given my permission do i.she were 5:00 +
to und steel. son plant of the Ford :Motor Com t : 7:00: p. m.
weeds! west of Leenburg, where urday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
call Governor :Martin returning -. requested, but wus told that I il
upon I Ition ""racev claimed) to have some of the would he in few minutes i Data for the survey is being com pan y, First Presbyterian church of which : + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
from i i ready
Wyoming conven. a very
loot obtained from the Coleman piled in the offices of Ford Bacon "Some idea of the present enormous
immediately to inveotiifirte the : and, for him to hurry back. .
,
buried., We workedaround and Davis of Chicago nationally production of Ford cars is H
and Snnk robbery "'I thought that :Mr. Hack
Haiford prison farm system was to
for period of known traffic engineers who have cbtained when it is recalled that it I
let the official ax full where it may. this point a accompany them and was muchi Get Your Money
in construction little than two Promptly
several hours, but failed, to recover specialized bridge was only a more i t
... when
I
There l I. i-pi-ta" ,1rv ; i i surprised found out and
a a num1'ir drove back Upon their findings; the probable years ago June -I 1, 1J2.that! \ the
of dtutc employes would
.better. in another line of work, a* of Orange .waiting the return of Jarman and i estimated and the strength of the produced an event which was celebrated '
the jail
in county f
admirals of the Swiss !Navy or as I ccy county. i Tracey."I | foundations and carrying spans will by driving the car across II Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies; 1;

street wetpers. Some of them Tuesday was uneasy at this and ask be estimated. the country from New York to San ,I '
"On the followingmorninlt FIRE. "
I ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
would be no lens orilUunt) guccofAi I' August! 3, at 3:30: a m., we left ed Mr. Hack why he had not accompanied I It is said that the Shands bridge Francisco. on the Lincoln highway.In BOND LIABILITY t

as corporation attorneys or railroad Orlando to go to Canal Point in them and he replied that will probably last for a centui'y or the twenty-five and a half ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY ,/!

presidents than they aro now, the Everglades I at which place they would! only be gone five or more as the type of construction to months elapsing since that time ,"

It would! us if a careful InvwtlitatioB'showi bonds in tho custody, of his! wife right. After waiting about twenty pals of engineering, which have -- -- -- -

a few, prison guards, ought/ and one Ray Shackelford. Uponour or thirty minutes I decided that stood the test of ages of highway Southern Women 1:)
to he put nn the Inside looking out. |; something must be and at
wrong travel. ,
arrival nt Canal Point we Immediately We 0
Educators can
It in f1os ilI., that we have been' found the parties sought | about the same time :MrJarman Not only will the builders of this :I II YES charge your
netting. crooks to watch crooks I 1 returned without Trncey and stated 'I HKS
I and Tracey, after conferring with great span have to consider the
Joe Tracey member of the notorioUH them a few moments told us that ,I that he had! taken Tracey into stress of the present traffic road ) -r'P STORAGE BATTERY In 0 sSmith's I
'
olil Ashley gang convicted they would require several hours In 1' the home of :\Ir,. Simmons and! had imposed -Upon it, but they will also :

of two murders, and other crimes, which to produce the bonds, anti wo : permitted him to go to tho bathroom 'I II con.sidcr! the tremendous future in- ;

under two life sentences offered'I thereupon drove to Okeechobeo of) the house and after nbout crease of traffic and more heavily Starke I

tll.. show whore ho had hurled $110,. City where we placed Tracey in five minutes ho became uneasy andI I laden vehicles which the )progressof Garage

ono( worth of Liberty Bonds I In tho Jail I for the night' and on the following I upon Investigation found that Tra- the future will demand. I Fla.

(Everglades; He insisted that I tho'' morning Wednesday August I, cey hail jumped through the win Some of the principals of engineering t r
Sheriff of "tnust not I ego dow of tho bathroom and escaped
Orange County -I I, wo returned to Canal Point involved in the constructionof $
with "'.. wonder : i into a nearby scrub. Thnt ho had! -,-- "
the party. now "ml snent the, day with the wife the RhanJ.H bridge date back into ....""' -- u "' --C'< 1
if I that was because the sheriff laIIT of Trncey and, the man Shnckelford 1 then gone to the back of the house the history of bridge building thou. ;

efficient officer. Surely, MrTi.iccy In nn effort to recover the bondinought. i and, discovered tho tracks of Tra- .sands of years, while the modern 1 REDUCED RATES f.f.HLl'E

; you ore "trusty"; fo ahead, Trnrev wax (given a largo j cev I leading, off into the scrub, and steel\ bridge work of the structure
Tho-e who went with Trnroy art I liy. hid wife which n little boy hail. told! him thnt he haI has its proof of strength anti dura. I
"" alee) envelope '1 BPS LINES I
O. I H.! Jnrmnn, state Investigator. ; was supposed' to contain a portionof :1seen Trncey running away. bility not only in famous American
,
St.-ite: Prison Guard Mote-ley) uinl. the bonds being sought' and with "\VI> immedinteley drove to KIR- hiidges but also in the carrying I I KAVK: hfAIIKK: TWIIK ".\II.Y, =xIIITII.t.4nMt'TII= i.

lay: Hack, Orlnmlo: attorney Tra- tills package Wn loft Canal Pointen simmer nnd repo"*"f the matter to frame in modern skyscrapers of hotel To JACKSONVILLE S1.30

day pror.'iT 1 not to try to I'HI'al".1' route back to Okceihobee Citynt Sheriff Palmer, and with him and ,! and office building : GAINESVILLE .70
:
lie promised, didn't he? Ho gave I j shout !9.20( p.m. and arriving 1 two deputies returned, to the scene The first American steel brulg I OCALA SI.70

th" solemn word. of n twice con- (here, ai'ain, placed Trncey in the 1 of the escape and searched through built across the Niagara river between TAMPA: $-1.95 \
vii", ted murderer. the out the night for Traeey. the United, States and Canada
I ,county Jail after he had given -
Tickets and Informalin! '
They went to the alleged: spot I package' into the custody of 0, n..Taman. I Bogus ('aek"ltei and the Brooklyn bridge; spanning ,) at CORPlMMj Did'G STORE

Miiith of f.nlto fkoechol, and, not to i the Hudson are typical of tin .l .. .. .
whom he requested ] "Upon returning to Orlando un: -- __._ --. --. .. -.. --.. _
p .
mine, out ]Ilid> t they find the bonds? 1 open it until the search had, been !examination wan made, of the package durability of such construction i I f ?, ''

It I it reported. I hilt they ,lid, but I Ithnt ompleted, and the balance of the delivered to Tracey by hid wife The Brooklyn bridge was! opened ,in

they are worthleKS old Irit-'| bonds, recovered- i and Shac-kelford and it was found, August forty-three years ago while I

tish )bond That matters littlo. "On Thursday. ) morning, August' I 5 ,''to contain a quantity of old paper, those spanning the !Niagara river I I J. R. DAVIS

The finding of $11 0,0(1) In gold, we left Okcechobr-o City en route cancelled cheeks etc. On the following near Niagara; Falls were opened\ & CO.

vvoiilil not lie' worth the freeing ofa I to Orlando, nt which place we nr- day, Saturday. August,: 7, I several years before. |1 it \

habitual! banditTracpy walked J, rived at nhout 7:30:: p.m., and after I I'ftIr.; Jnrman Sheriff Palmer Though nearly half a century hn>, Ir-I

away from':!. his "lCuar
the slightest interference or diffi the vault of :Mr. Jarmnn nt the office search for Trncey while I returned tures have been in constant use engineers Visa Lucy Cross and Mrs. Ruth ,

culty. of the sheriff of Orange coim- I I to R.iiford. arriving nt about .t p.m. who, have examined them Bryan Owen.' I "I

inly(' a few days ago another ty, Traeev wa again placed in the At a meeting of the board if recently it is said have come to the / Miss Lucy Cross (above), beloved ESTABLISHED 1886 \ f:

man convicted twice for murders county Jail for the niirht.t commissions of county institutionsit conclusion! that they are In almost Beach 86-year-old teacher of Day

\V S. :Moore Dent up'fron Tampa t 11'1' for St. Cloud was agreed that Trncey should ns perfect condition as when they ,establishment tona! who of brought Rollins: College about the at I STARKE FLA. I'I'I '

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having violated n parole for one August fl, we left Orlando at bonds, inasmuch as he had previously With the completion of Shand. years her birthday ago. She by a was"check honored shower"to on I- ,
murder by committing another he in the recovered $31,000 worth but bridge over the St. Johns river n raise
about 4 1 a.m. to go to a point funds now assured, for a
/In given "trusty" )privileges and woods south, of St- Cloud where that he should have been handcuffed territory fifty miles long and' nine 'tlOO.OOO Cross Science Hall at I o ,_

walks uway. Why? There have Trace claimed to have ,left Homo and properly guarded- J, ty miles wide will be joined together 'Hamilton Rollins College of which Mr.
for the first time for the Holt, former editor of
been other escapes of murderers bonds in the custody of one N. C. generaluse the "Independent" is president. In BATTERY CHARGING
from IJaiford and from road eumps. Blount. This man was absent from On the Wrong Side of mankind. earlier days Miss Cross taught at !
Johnny's grandmother had There Is no bridge across the St Vassar and Wellesley. oao- -0=0
Who will LII> next his. home and we thereupon went coma I oao..ooo
Yes, Virginian there Is a Santa on to where he could t be found andI from a long distance to visit her Johns river between Jacksonvilleand I''I vice-president Mrs. Ruth Bryan of the Owen University(below of), ,

Claus, and, governor Martin may be permitted Tracey to ('nnfewith son whom she had not seen for Pnlatka a distance of fifty Miami and daughter of the late I Hours Guaranteed

able to find, out just who Santa I him 'pr \'ntely. Trncey then told us many years."Are | miles to join the cast with the west William Jennings Bryan and Mrs. 8
mamma's mother?" coast In this great stretch of ter Bryan. "The new university Is Service and
Claus Is. to drive back to the home of Blount you my thinking '
Mrs. Owen.
ritory. says
The public i insists! that the governor where the wife of Blount would asked Johnny by way of conversation St. Johns Is i i,"It Is blll'j" term of a Trent Service Satisf actionStern's
county about to I
1 commence Institution
thorough Investigation turn over to him the bonds sought from the beginning.
institute a his. and, our arrival back at the "?Jo, dear. I'm your grandmother I the construction of two arterial ;object U to give the youth of its
Immediately upon re-1, upon highways from I region a coeducational non- .
one St. Augustine j ee Garage
father's side.
his official duties. Haiford borne of Blount I permitted him to on your I tartan university embodying all.
turn to on tho Atlantic I :
but it is evi- confer with Mrs. Blount. "Well, said Johnny decidedly ocean and chat is comprised In a higher edu-i,
P may bo; a good farm prlson.- "After talking a few minutes "all I got to say 'I. you're on the the other connecting with Jacksonville I Rational opportunity, with special i I Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

Tampa dently Tribunes a failure as a. Tracey reported that he was ready > rung side" j by the San Jose boulevard to advantages in art and music" "


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