Bradford County telegraph
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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: July 10, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
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System ID: UF00027795:02289
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Established 1S79.VOLLME .. ::- ;re'S ;riPtl n"l cr Year: : $1:50': ; 'Six' Months, 7c-Pable; in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Owner.

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NEAR 500 MILES FLORIDA ,I Inquires tSeing: Received
' To Think?
Did You Ever Stop I ..

ROADS ARE HALF DONE I In tc te Interest In SectionWants

I By E. It. Waite, Secretary, Shawnee, Okla., Board of .
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I'rogl"l'Iade: On highways hlu>" u Commerce. i I (Ili I, UK .HIM, iiMuiiMilinrriod

By Philips.TullnluissttThe Had Wife Shot [ 70,000,00gblmes. ] ] b' I ':, ?rapla|,! dinin, t the lust few
\\.1.i'f,. Ii.i- !I" e .'I'' m,' Starker has
THAT the Classified Ads have n great pulling power.L'sc ,
mute I""d> . on June 1 hud I7">."I I mile--\ the Classified Ads. .1 r. ., a 1 i- ( 'i lot.idn i and north to

of highway under contract/ ami, u>nBtruction Mm. hunt ni I r. i. 1.-.11', ", c'ot', ,, week
by state: f rcesthm c tiniut-- THAT if you want anything, use the Classified Ads. i "ill-, nips'ii I the ninth unit west to

ed cues for completion of which will '''I| d' wh'i ale wanting:; In. knnw iimro,
t, THAT if you have anything that you think somebodyelse
be $S,0)7T08.10 chairman Philips n.-- tin sei IllIItlld a ( hhi" i il<
ported: to the full membership nt\ their, might want, use the Classified Ads. A "rib, i r t to, the papi" i w i',in I H I..,i'' i. i

third! regular quarterly meeting! ."f r < iK I when he 1 \Ihiuuuh \\ii Ii -,
of the year, which convened here.Projcits THAT it is always interesting to read the ClassifiedAds. :, 'i'> i... mi.Is il I 1,1 some |I', i ",, I.,. ,1"

un that dote had it11' he. I Ist. w in that ii. In .1111"! i "i, lu- .i

a :ro of instruction if ilin, I, I. I 'III II flu 1".1. I I n -h'I, : Ii|, 1
THAT always full of bargains : read the I uslw
[ hnlf-cumpli tinii, the report ihuwul>I, 1 I III ll 1"lhl'I"t I Ml .1 '

with i$3M;;; 1,281.12: having Keni "l1t Classified Ads. I t .eelNaa.Y .tuipaiuu' and th,- pap.u' i i ." |1.1.|

i leaving a [balance, of $ ,:!( '!1,1'JT: ; i 1"' i I the ailihi'srIm ni'-li' .iiA ,
|hni.h the work. THAT the connecting link between the buyer and muni,' the( Ii tleri I. "i i i ii i. I

Bridges! under contract on In1, i I seller is the Classified. Ads. ek were, two/, Hi 1'1"111' i .1 .,., d i .
[totaled: 0,153: : feet ut an ,1:11111: d 1 I. from Kuiisu < 'ay. I'hi i I,.,, '..,
|cost of $2,719,098.73. Of thi.N'ul"' ; THAT I they will always point out away_ to save money I itei sa.\s. 'l 1 u'usr hand ni" 1, a "

I02U.H1 had been spent und a balance and you can find many opportunities in the .'ample, Uf'juur paper I lilli'' mn uli'i iK i- .t

[of $I/\I.SH.Si/ / $ remained! to LUIIII n < Classified Ads. I >" ioiiimg mttith and 1 .\,ointown up-
[the work.It (sue'" VTOOCTt 4 ,VIll |.iuls to me, and 1 would IIK' the v\iti'' \

was shown in a financial stall THAT when you need anything in a emergency, read OCAVTC to see your paper"

?tent submitted to the numbers that C. B. Davis of Concordia, Kansas the Classified Ads. Doris Mercer Kresge, second A. I I.. Kali, Jr, writes bout hili: '
(disbursements for the first .six confesses that he paid gunmen. wife of the Chain Store Magnate, sirs City: : "I roceivt'd, 1 one 111'r''Iii'
[months of 1U2": amounted to Sl.l--! $2,000 to shoot his wife in a pretended CLASSIFIED Ads voice the needs and wants of the has Rued for $7,000,000 of stock: In I papers" today and it Is like a I I. II" r

706.-11 leaving: ; a balance with the holdup.under Seven arrest-two Kansas City admitting People of the Dome city. Read and use the the stores, which she. says her husband 1 1r u'mn lumi. I do not know wlm, it, II
[treasurer on June HO of $1,01)0,222.31.!) : gunmen are Davie promised her-b..for they to mi', but I sure do thank them, 1 f'l} .
they were implicated.
Ads !
Classified r rle.i. ,it.
[Estimated: resources of the department U a retired merchant. ware mui
from July 1 to December 31 --- I "The MrullliT up' llu'le ,is vi\1 0i L
I were placed! b'y the chairman at$5aulIU.III --.... --- I i i>Korii!:'< n \\1.11.i IN r i.v y und il 'm nuthing like, l''loinla I'he 4

. : : including $2,700,000from TAX COLLECTORSIlKKIIIS I -- tnl'Nn .ll'MPINt\ : ; II! \I'IDL1 mails, I menu line county roaiN, wi",u 1
: HOOSTEillIIlgln I ---- I it rains oil' in llu> dlleh ,,
of three ,
gasoline: : taxes cent a Effectof bond Is-ue retnIi| 1 llelnif
gallon, taking into consideration the CoII"dio-si7;; Hundred: ill ion I IssesHments ZINNIA SHOW LAST i,i felt AI read> i ihiiins or, iio chains.
additional one cent n gallon for the .\ Soon. I "Kveryboil'y; wants, to 800 the pupers -

[department: added by the 1025 legislature THURSDA y'A SUCCESS .liu'I. imville, Jul> !I- fluy county from Florida"

: Tallahassee-The position, of county to h'<'I1 adjoins )iHivul county on the I Evidently: somii of the Telegraph

of. Contracts awarded since the last tax collectors will be materially --_.- M.nlh und lies on the western borderof readers are following the stlggustlolinuidu 1

[quarterly meeting aggregated ap- strengthened this year, when they begin I The B+iak. >.r turke ::1.11111I.bow., I KILLS:; 'I I HUIKO: .\ -OLII) the St. Johns river running from I by the paper is,.\oral, weeks "ago
Irroximately $710,000: the chairman the collection of the expected six gi\i'ii lust lhviiil.ial'teinoon ut the nutIIII Jolt: Al'LIOUNI'ALLY:: Orange' Park to Went Toco' !, endorsed of sending I lliuir copies to friends! In

'. [reported. i hundred millions of dollars in assessments I, Woman's Clubu- u beautiful Itll',,"' n $",!.">,01)0) road and brlH-i., bonding tho north" and west. Ii I'[ good! advertising ,

Only: a few delegations were on I called for by Governor' Martin,, I und a decided 1 success from u llouLUltural Lake Bill I.. "', July Thursday of issue by a vote of Hflcun to one Juno /, for llriidford roomy

: Ihaivi! to present requests! to the department as the result of an act passed by the standpoint. lust week the ll\e nnd three year old !10th rind prnporties there have boomed H'I'A t'E'H ('(V9"TONIKI.II: -

[ for work in their counties. legislature; which now is a law. The large auditorium was artistically boys of S. I R, Roberts, brother of N. upward during the last six days I \' TO HE ma
e I E. Roberts, of Luku Butler white iittuiliod
The measure provided "that decorated with huge ferns and ;, roathinic" peaks never
REALTY TRANSFERS' taxes: imposed pursuant to the constitution I baskets of cut flowers, und the :icmnl- playing with a 22-rifle in their grandmother's In the market, rt'ultori sny. 113,000crt'. \\llh Condition 81 PerCent

E. H, Smith: -to Samuel Nissan and laws of this state shall'' us competing for the prizes were displayed home, the rifle was fired According. to I':. T. Bishop, local : ; Expect; :2J,00: ( Hul0i. '

7-21 Sampson City. be a first lien .superior to all other) on tables placed down the center and the younger was almost instantly rupreii.'i ptative' ( f Idlewdd I'ark, in
-8,000 acres i
killedlien .shot the little fellow Gallll'vllle-l.'lurltlll linn 11 ,OOO
Alma Shaw to Leila J. Huff-40 liens on any property against which of the room. It was, indeed ubeuutiful fii'crn (rive: JSpriiiK* for many yearsone
I I I ran to his kissed her ides in cotton this and uondiIniii
such taxes have been assessed which sight to sen the various grandmother, ot the" mostfnddunnble cities In year -
acres 14720. : | and fell dead. I t on Juno 25! was Ml I cunt t-
R. S. Ilumphey to Leila J. Hough .hull continue in full force and effectuntil I colois of (urge. zinnias und other lovely I ('Iuy county, propvity: values' willudvun pur
The parents of the clfUJ reside four mal. With uverugo wuulliur Lhrminliuiit -
payment"No hundred lent be-j
discharged by Bradford county. seveiiil per ;
|1CO acres 2720. I flowers grown in I II miles went of Lake Butler and have the seuHon u crop of about :.::JUOU!
Mary F. Groover, et al, to Leila J. act of omission or commission IO.. L. Beaalcy wad in charge uf the sympathies of a host of friends mouse of the piintuge of the county bulea m indicatud.
' the of the tax assessor, or any and uriungumunt of : bond issue .
: ,Hough-72 acres 13720. 311 part tic decorations
in their heart-rending sorrow. Last year lli.lHtl\ !bides were ginned
80 assistant tax assessor! or any tax tables and was assisted by C, Multi-millionaire ch.iin
W. II. Shaw to Leila J. Hough- the flower J. Penny, From! MO.UOO acres liarvostod. In 1028
t t [acres 4720. .collector, or any board of county com- Mrs. J. L. Peek Miss :Sara Malpas,, I STARKE (UO\\KK.S TO MUUT store! uperiitor, who awns. theSt.. production was 12,000 lulen from1.17.IIUII l

.. P. A. Crosby to S. D. Crosby-80 loners, clerk of the circuit court, or i' Mrs. N. U. Wuinwright and Miss turk,' Growers Association will Elmo and the Qul-si-sana Hotels, us'' iii-reH hurvuutt'd und in 1U22
. other officer of the state or any' GrUlin.I well tho Florida Farm I ,
acres 15720. my Ethel a' 120,000 acre
:T OIJt) ImluH from
I mel'tIt the courthouse, Saturday,, >, IIH.OOU acres har.usted. -
I Sebran Crosby to Leila J. Uough80 newspaper in which any advertise ]I President Matthews received. i ill and lidiiHtrict Property nor GreenCove .
July 11 ut li mutters
[ acres 15720. ment of sale may be published will ,! the library und introduced thu. arriving to be considered.p. \ full attendance .vprints has within the past nix )Early; weather" was favorable for
J. W. Jackson20 operate to defeat tho payment of the days h b'on made offers almoi-t doubling I
Morgan Mitchell to guests to Miij. und Mrs. Floyd, dash", d.lIoUOUU. I .he. L-mp growers are expecting very
[- acres 22822. ;axes. I I Miss Etta !Muuiib, of Gainesville, and the price paid for his holdlims mid yields in spite uf Ihu woevil.liliioiuuiK .
I J. S. Green to J. W. Jackson-10I To take care of the possibility of Mrs. Anderson of Waldo. Muj. 1'loyd ) Ul. S KE'lUMtSMonday thirty days ago, by a syndicate of I und Kutling of fruit hai

I acres 25.8.22 such plea the law as approved and is of the College of Agriculture, University afternoon the big hollyWood New York investor. One of the con all that could bu desired tin dutovilh ,t

J. S. Forsyth to L. W. Sawell-- now effective provides that any I of Florida, and Miss Means bus returned! front its trip down principal reasons! for the high off.'r'l I > very light duinagu MO far. A
!?,22722. 'such' acts of omission or commission -, and ;Mrs. Andursun are among Flor the east coast and discharged its It JH said, is because of the road curvy iiit'estation of weuvilx is expvct-

Wm. Fensky to Vonda E. Inmanf'40 may be corrected at any time by : ida's most succussful UoricuituriaU. loud of who spent a week ing program, of Clay county. I u" with tho advent of rimy wi.itlior ='

: acres 22-6-22 the officer or party responsible: for Maj. Floyd, the speaker of the occasion in the Hollywood I passengers und Miami territory. The) elei'lion wan held under a but, fully half of u good' crop" IK ulirndy -

1 Sim Kelly to R. II. Starkey-17 the same in like manner as It now or i was introduced by President Those taking the trip expressedtheir special 1 uet of the last leifiilntutc, the j jpaxMige I Il safe. htund:: i is not quite up t.iNUul "

acres 22-6-22. may hereafter be provided by law for I Matthews, and gave an excellent and enjoyment of the trip and the of which was .secured by t on uciount of 1 poor Kurminati'.
Geo. E Kelly to Sim Kelly17acres such acts in the first Smith and Representative i ir'rishpc '
performing helpful address on the subject of impiession' the rapid development of Senator 'rum lute plantings but cultivat Mmi
22-6-21. place, and when so corrected they I Yard Bcautilication.. that section made on them. : creating u special 1'01101lnd'' been thorough and plants are d>,
Minnie May Ebersold and husbandto shall be construed as valid abimtio and i prize ton dollars l bridge district in Clay county', this. | 'xcellerit ronditioii of growth a'l./' I
Leonard Ta'lor-5 lots in Luwtey. shall in no way affect any process Thu first salons awarded< to, Mrs It S. bed- or artificial ornaments. district embodying all of the tprri- ,j \ nobly

Lyman II. Partridge to W. Ellery provided by law for the enforcement in gold was second $7.60 to Plant low growing shrubs or, if lory in the county, except those I The crop reporting board of the
prize ,
Davis-80 acres 15722. of the collection of any such tax." I Fernandez; embodied in special road andbridge !,
third $0.00 to pri''11''rrud, herbaceous perennials orunniiuls parts nneuu stated in its report that the
Mrs. Hell :stilly prize, ,
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E. M. Moore to Cullen Knight-20i of districts two rind three (tho'[
I Rosa Bumden. To Sirs N. ). that have u predominance Loiul acruugu in cotton 1'1' the UnitedStates
i acres 4-7.20 :NARROW ESCAPE TROM( ): DEATH Miss live dollars green and but little of loud or conspicuous territory south of Green Cove Springs. I / this year in lJ,4lHuutl aero
D. W. Johnson and wife to J. K. I Wainwright was given the und the KeystoneHeights section. I $
When Cuti.eaves best collection of potted plants color, close against : rod June :2i"i I: condition 75.U per cent of
:Melrose (I'art Injured for
i Shaw Co.-40 acres 4-7-20 ) foundation to blend the house with The proceeds of the bond issue will iiormul, indicating u production of
(Oterturni flowers.
and und cut
Eva Fernandez tq J. &I. Truby-2 Highway the lawn be used for the construction of roads nbout 1,MJ3Uooo: bult-it. Production

lots in Temple's add to Starke. Saturday morning Mr. and SIrs Special mention wan given to the 1 ill in the angles by the steps and and bridges., One hundred thousand taut year wu iaQM,751 bales; in

. t J. M. Truby to S. It. Johns-2 lots Dixon Bennett and daughter Mrs. collection of cut flowers shown by near the road or street with shrubs, dollars will be turned over! to the l I !III:!: 0l3U,671: Lutes und in lOa:!

'in Temple's add! to Starke. I Holder, and son, of Melrose, while on Mrs L. G. Powell, among them dahlias.being which round them out. State Road Department for the con- { 1J.7UUU:! hales. The 11/2. acreage Is

: Rachel Malphurs to Tice Hutsell--I their way to visit relatives. near Highland a bouquet of yellow and red l"< 1 lot in Johns' add to Starke.IN hud their car to overturn on the A United: States flag made entirely plat t shrubs close against them forming the Duval county to the! Putnam coun- ,IJU: ) 11,100 acres m cultivation on this
- highway a mile south of Starke, and of flowers wax a most artistic arrangement II border Make this border irregular ty iiIit',. The remaining' four hundred late
I Powell the
the three elder people suffered considerably made by Mrs. und! in the buys or pockets formed rind fifteen thousand dollar, will be I) ll:2."j!: acreage and cuadition over

Jack Scott, operating motor vehicle -I from the shock. Mr. Dixon blue being of blue hydrangeas star of plant flowevng! perennials or an I used for the construction of a road the cotton bull by stolen i I' n fol-
without license.: Plead guilty, was caught underneath the car and 1 red *with daisies and stripes nun I.. ,. Prom Green Cove: Springs to the Bradford owls: 1"1', 1 ,"t.o.
fined $1 and costs. 'lI. bruised about the chest while all received red zinnias and white !' ,ramu the house with trees, suchas county line by way of Kingslay Acres J/I e "". ,.,iiCultivutiou

.- L. Peterson Green Cummins and cuts and bruises from broken Mrs. J. L. Starling, of Lawtey, hud laurel, willow ouk, sweet gum and lake, a road from Orange I'ark to the ,Iu" :,'

D. Simmons, driving tars on rim on glass and the impact when the car a splendid show of zinnias, the blossoms pecan. If shade is needed in front usa road from Green Cove Springs to the State Julie 2.. J i9.:' 1:1&VIIIIIIUI : :

state highway. Plead guilty, fined overturned.The buing large and fine. In fact, all trees headed high so an not to obstruct I Bradford, county line by way of Mid- ._ UU.IIIIII 81. 81

$10 and coats !I driver of the tar, Mrs. Holder, I of the zinnias shown were beautiful the view. dleburir. and a road from Green Cove .%.. lII'"lIna :JIIIIIIIIII: 73

Sally Powell, runaway and Incorrigible stated that the cur tenonly running flowurs. Mrs.. A. Wood showed a buu- 1 su shrubs. or vines on trellis, to Springs:\ to Hideout Ferry In way "fKuonpll. 1',. CarllllllU __ :.!,7,10.IIlIt"J 89i.'orKIa

child under 10 years; sent to about twenty mile an hour when it quet of wonderfully large, well form. screen the front portion from the I (; __ :IOI.IIIJI'f';; '

Ocala reform school for three \ears. I I left the road, turning completely over ed zinnias; and there were also on rear or private portion, so placing l The construction of the roods wlli 1"1'11111 eo. 1I"IJlJIJ -1 'f

Louis Crews, minor, carrying pia- finally coining to n stop on its side. display a variety of other beautiful thin that unsightly objects will be i be under: the supervision of 1hoard Alabama :I.Il: ,IIIII) ii j '70
tol without license. Plead guilty, fin The entire top of the car and windshield I flowers attesting to the fact that the hidden. I I' of bond truoteei. The road from Omen l11I""SII'I 1 a..II.I.IIIIII: 1111 74

ed $1 and costs. I was broken and the radiator soil and climate of Bradford dainty Plant most of the annuals in the Cow Springs to the Bradford county ) l..oullliana __ I.I.IIIIIII/IJ 81 '78

damage-! The party was! given aid bypassing call produce flowers to perfection. I ruar where the children may have a | line will he a state malnttainanre' rexiesl8,237,000: : U4 70

CHURCH OK CHRIST I motorists and brought to Delicious refreshments of brick ice share in growing them and be allow. road, and its building will no doubt Arkansas __ :IUIIIOIlO 1S7 63
ttl ttlJklahuma
Bible school at 10 a. m. 'town to Dr. Middleton's office where cream and pound cake were served by ed to pick them at will. l directed by the State Koad Depart. Mis""ul ___ 60l.UI/I: / ) 110 60
Communion at 11 I their wounds were treated and later Misses Florence Matthews; Sara Mal- My six favorite annuals are-sweet I ment. __ 4,866OOtl UO 80CllliflJrlUa
in the afternoon were carried on to pas and Ethel Griffin assisted by the peal, pansies, snap dragon, larkspur,, I (a, __ 170nOo u5 00
a. m. services Sun- 'their destination by a son of Mr. and Junior Club girls Zinnias were usedas nn-turtiuma and calendula. All these ( O. G. SPENDS' FOL'UTH Arizona __u 163,000 UI! 1J3 I
Owing to sickness no
Mrs. Dixon. favors.A exiept sweet peas do best when started I AT KINGSLEY LAKE New Mexico __ JaIl.OOO 88 80 M
day night.SPLE."WW pleasing feature of the after about October or November in this All Other (II, eo 311,1100 j,1 78
Last Saturday, after the ti
SUCCESSWITH MIDWAY noon's entertainment was charming vic,nity, in a shallow box where they I -
for the Fourth
demonstration set ,
CHAPES Midway July 10.:=The meeting of, instrumental pinir, solos by Misses may be watered, cultivated and pro. Company 0" went to Kingsley lake United States .M18,000 75.0 71.2a
of Christ closed Sunday Mono Alderman and Ethel Griffin. tented by some covering when heavy ( ) About 150,000 aero 1 ill Lower ,
the Church for a picnic at strieklnd'landing.
Two in the Lawtey section, fr""its occur. About the middle of :
growers Briefly summarized Major Floyd'a I California not mcludud in California
with attendance. The members of the enjoy
I I evening a large company :
A. J. Swartz and Dom Frigo, are they be transplantedto
address was as follows: February may figurus nor in United State total. fI
in' Allen Langford and family, ed the outing! and cat as well as
meeting with marked success I Earlton, were here this week. The early settler were too much the open. Sweet peas are quite splendid bathing the lake affords./ (I b) The acreage in other states U

grape growing, and are beginning to I Rev. A. C Crawford, of Plant occupied in clearing the land, growing hardy and may be planted directly In I Several hundred people were at made up of 8,000 in Illinois, 28,000 in p

realize splendid profits from their I City, was here and helped Rev. !Moorein | crops for food and building houses th,' open ground.It the this resort the Fourth coming from Kentucky and 2,000 in Kansas 'q
week Mr. Swartz consider
labors. Last shelter and protection to give i is helpful to f
the preaching. We enjoyed his stay i Ifor every part of the state. I .
of to Gainesville divided roughly into a front,
twenty crates grapes i thought or attention to beautifyingI grounds und no preparations wore made for

and sold the load for '60. His I with C. us.M. Denison and family, S. B.,, I II their home surroundings. As the or public, portion; the sides, or semi- Ff)U Kill O.UIET 0IN; : 8IA It K E observing this Fourth in the usual
crop is estimated at several hundred country has developed we have more public part; and the rear or private I manner. !v'
crates. Mr. Frigo has the Improved Denison and family, of Hampton,, mean and leisure, so are able to part. A rose garden fits nicely Into Saturday was the quietest Fourth
Italian Concord variety and expects I were here Sunday. I make our homes more attractive and semi-public portion on the sunny of July Starke has experienced in 1 Let the women on tho farm do the
Miss: Opal Lewis and sister, Lula- bushes although the majority work, with water and other
Besideshis running
to start shipping this week. I their surroundings more homelike.In side of the house. Rose are many yean, ,
grape crop, he is supplying a mat of Brooker, spent the week herewith .I ; planning the planting about not particularly attractive and art I of the business houses were open for I labor saving conveniences.

large number of plants to local and I their filter, Mrs. J. O. DenleoMallory 'I home. the following principle best placed a little distance from the I business as usual. It has been planned i
our Poor and
I that they b41, to hold a monster celebration in pay poor housing are
out-of-town people every spring. should be kept in mind.I front. It Is important I I
and of ten responsible for farm labor
: Thomas family I placed where hey will get plenty of I PUrke when road 13 U finally conced a
and I here with hl I Have an open, grass carpeted ahon."II,
Starke Sunday
Okeechobee-$100,000 county spent flower sunlight.eWO81tt81ReJ. -<' at Highland: In the early fall,
unbroken by
city high school to be built thi' year. brother, G. W. Thomas. l dawn in front,



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: r ;' II' Transportation Facilities '

',' 1 I .,. -..... ,drawbacks _
''--' ---'-r'.y. ...,'c.ray spirit. When they exist
over 200 for those the individual -
In liiiolf'.r.l/ county are N are ignored,
;;; t I tuJ.' .f railways and Improved! : can himself rectify. Nobodycan ;

,n,?,.,,1! Tin.- mean that for eachmile j' deny that Bradford county has
'1'Mi-, ,, .of territory there is r.. .' unsurpassed transportation facilities,

\, twothirdof n mile of u -to-date I II and as there are no draws the in-
t t u"ampoluhon linns. Such a desirable habitants may call themselves bless
-rate, of affairs. it would be hard to ed.
Ii/d I anvwhorp ,else, except in some ,
I. I '* Although our new road system is
!, I ,, counties, If the Eastern
: I "J".I.-, young, and some of the roads not yet
"''IllcOvii." fully completed, one may already

k' ._' ,to, 1 the firm nature of the note its beneficial effect! Land is

11.+( -ud, MI.I, ll'ord county haw always had bought along the road; new dwellings -
"' 't. .''rial.' :I. goad mails., At first they are springing up; new land l

sL* 10 only truils across the ridges, cleared; fields that formerly grew
ur .l 'u" coiiMilernbly in order toM staples only] now nourish the more
'r i?! l.e, good crissintc of creeks or lowland profitable truck crops; more auto

ih'I : I.at'T' they wore sometimesI"II'ht.j. cars and trucks are being bought:

k < but often made morei naval stores men have been enabledto ,,
i, r,,,kit, tiitin !iiefuriso" that they extend their activities.Not .
[ c ould\ l lead l Ulon""ulc instead of cross- hud, nearly]
so long ago
'- 'ale certain trusty t of Innd. BsidgeBwire
forty schools for whites and, blacksin ]
h"iiI' whfre ouch were deemed
the county. Good roads und auto
''mpr'al, '''I'ly necessary. Several IYst'l11 -
hacks have allowed the schools to
the roads were
of working"
dwindle down Schools have
to twenty.
In.d' each tiriniriiiK, worse results
consolidated making it possible
I }h"r, t tlii' prec-cdinu, : ;. Obliging county ,
allowed changer In the a aw to procure better teachers and enoughof
them and the scholars now travel
. < roinls to , J
five to I fifteen miles in carriages with
,j and I often portion of the roads were
comfort quicker than they formerly
thrown into low places where they
could walk one mile through ruin and
'mipa<"-ahli'1 after heavy rains. The
L. slush. And there is now no excuse far
"worked", riimh' were generally not
e '1 1u'al" auJ! .... I .r, non-attendance on account of inclement -
usf<,d, on n.'oiiiit. of their roughness, i' tr nr"
only served+ t1." vuidns for the trulls weather. r
over, t the I hard natural (ground at tho southern portion, "f! tin i"'i, 'i\ I. Iii' I II1" ,I- I J i i ,IM\ \\ ''I Waldo] the During: the coming winter there
Miles, which" the travelers made to }it some disUmt -i.ii'i.A.,.., I m lli" "- .' "",. '''' I, ..1 I.,,I'' tilt' ._h I, i of, Hampton, on will be u greater auto tourist travelto I

Miit I lhonnolv M. These conditions be- er. It runs through Simp,, 'i"n ,rt t\ and tn" 'I( II I.J -. I Liar railway Florida than at any previous time.

y1 ( ,cnine' ;intolernblo, and' remedies were Brooker, in tins county, lint servos ;a i 'I 'Hi- .-'I.d, bunt\ t lil'\.l.I fn i : SllIPI'INGYONTS 1 = Many will BO through Bradford count -
""",hI. rich farming and phosphate" I> di-trn-t< (.IL'I! Farm fo, a pelt i I on the .. Here the first sight of orange
t in Alachuu county. One' mixed trait, ) ho.ud, Iraik betwi, i n I.iMiy. : I I automobiles and trees will meet their enraptured gaze. .
At l la-t the cippnrtunity to let bettor -
" I i..a.,. d l ; arrited! after the !portions duily ouch way hut two ami flyer. Highland, .. lords th.it, irreut. r'I" I ; it \\a.s the boast of What they have all their lives triedto

eii--t t ,n ml west of Yew river of the when the phosphate shipments are institution railway ", that no point was picture in their imagination: now
ili.'ti. Miailfonl, county agreed in 1021, heavy. The trains bring. : to :Starkc; fur Its mileage" through Bradford .. from a railway. stands before them us a reality.
' to) """111,1thnt\ part east of the reshipment live stock lumber, low, I is about seven mils It i is not n it would<1 seldom There n something impressive' aboutan

I ,river" rotaininc" ; the name of Bradford. vegetables, etc. mon maser, As snon' us an 1 election could be held The Southern railway .I".t.." -, the A hoe i T I'ine< unto I.ii-M" t ,, ) roach a shipping where it comes into view for the first"

Hi" a..if..nl voted, to bond herself for COUnty Just' wet t of Nr; :n li..r, and, iliiil-. t'lp' Imlh ua.\s "' ', ,, :: / farmer owns or time, is ever afterward impressed upon
:$;; ,"iOiioo, for, now and improved t road runs through that tmn, :-.IUn .n (Cainesvilli; iid 1 .lack ratite, -,," I l'' the service of an the memory. And then they sue

_. palms and banunu plants and ripe
Able and elected
patriotic men were -- '
,'' bond, trustees" und, they have brought 1 1e 1I strawberries.' Exotics, which in their

r onler, out of "'hno,,. As noon as the R I homes are puny pot plants, are foundin
i bond werei,old, surveys for the roads colorful splendor in every yardhere.
The people they converse with
In, "ran. They were skillfully located
with, roforoncr ti> directness, economy are intelligent! and friendly and they

of i "on-tructinn and, ease of main are honest and prosperous. Tho

tI II.If1'e.,, Their' oration I will he permanent travelers will get their first impres-

R and a uerrynmmlerinirf by the sion of Florida in Bradford county,
county, oornniis-tionerM .ran/ take place. and it will be such a pleasing im-

:Stark.;' beiiiir. the county seat as pression that it will linger in their

well, as the largest] city has roads r memories and urge! them to east
inmoririni', into her from eight( di- their lot with us.
rortions,,, Minor rni'.liil!! points are Some of the tourists are on [pleas.

I.uwtey, IIani|>ton ind 1 Brooker. ure bent and will hasten ,on to the

The princiiml highway of the coun- noted resorts in the .south. Others

ty is State, Komi, No. 13, from Illh-| have a curiosity to see all they, can/ of
haul I Ih'olll;;h !I.uwtey, Sturke and the state, and others, again, are look-
: llanipLon' to Santa I''e river, the county ing up locations for homes. The two
latter classes will take side shots, front
lin" :!- miles. This roud l is heavily -
, ,, \ 'int'.iied, with \liuikon stone and as- the main road into the lateral r'J/ltlq./

I pli.-.ll:' t and '.M mi ill 1I1 road. Tho other and get acquainted with the people.
,i.',.id-, wnieguUng' i nt present 113 One class will tell others at their
niilo-. are either, new locations or homes of their pleasant impression;

!fin, nier in,is "rei, instructed. They are wide built with flat will choose) home sites here.
\ ors iiirefully\ ,
cur\e-" wrll, l bridged, and drained, and I PROSPECTS FOR fJROWTII
di, ,nned..., and though not hard-surfau- Our
transportation ,system j>
i ntpresent
eil, .in1. !/as Drill us the cohesivu earths tiY ? ... -
k a ,. but it will not IOIIL"
can/ make them', anti, they arc so' well 9 ..... remain
/ ; .. .. .... tn. This should be rather a
kept, up' till mi fault can he found with '.... !
pleasing evangel than otherwise, for
,them.' As soon a* we can afford it, .t- '_ .( L I -- _.yY. rs.aid s.o."JCnurt. it means growth. Jacksonville the
all the .roads will be hardsurfaced.Mate ,
i : Koad :No. Hi: has put the county i 'd' ",., ini.iinhi I rn I'.irl ol Itr.nltnrd: ... uf reek a Hong) the metropolis most ambitious of East cities Florida in the is" one coun of

I : have ty on tunu.nun the' map., Ky with means both of it the wo north now City, Hampton mul 't 1 h' '1.1' !If".rd "-""11' town, \\hich are automobile. To carry a load of truckor try and her aim is to become the

mul I the untith Any point on the west miles, and then on to" I'a! "it t d! ,r. State 1t"I-.,, ;" \13.: strawberries to the nearest shipping largest city in the southeast.' : ; .. certainly -

: ,-I oi !'!Iol 1 1"lii in easily reached, terminal. At llaiiiptun;> t 1"1< < i .. V e i.f trucks 'between Guinesli point} is now the matter of a gain cnn cite enough advantages to
i I,, nil )..rkunvllet0r'ey! fraction of an hour only, but If amore / recognition'for nil her claims.
and M.I ( latnosvillc, and l'alatka the a from the north ran-fun ,,. expressI'MMei
ant t I t l. 1 the She means to bo
But will I linily;/ both between distant shipping point be preferred /great manufacturing
en t i 'a-t' is open i ti> us. we ways
Seaboard for point-' -.null uitlHa-t, / why not there-only a few center' and, what han been done =o fir,
,di> better, > A road! !from Lake City t th.?e pointi, also -erxmu Hampton, KO show.
t ,, to Florida-via and southwest and to t'aolitate, Much minutes more? that she has the ability' to re-,,1-!
an' !'nnpnitaiit' gate Stnrke and ii L.iki'. hinter mid\ Sturke:; to Pulatku. transfers the,, Seaboard, has constructed Good transportation 'acilltles are .
anti will, be news to many here that vital for the upbuilding; of a section. Jacksonville will luck
bus, received, legislative/ sanction, efficient truckage soon elbow
t', at t that town. Bradford county is not entirely with- Of all the conveniences of civilized room. She will be
j .it uill be built in the very near fu- The compelled tn spreadout.
\ l I I1,1 II". \Ili'Milfoiil's, purtion ;of this road Tampa and Jacksonville rail i 'i l*, water transportation' :Melrose, life, they: are the hardest to procure, A portion of the overflow will
way, between Sampson Cit,. ,, ,0"! ,... ,then- riiii-nmmution depends como to Bradford
I from 1,0111 llrulffu Oil New river, and 1 on Ili.' liege Santa 1-V lake, !lies! partly county. A. many
\.1\St.irke::I and fherossu-has already Oainesvi'le has r, >I. milts' Of I tnlk, ,IP the\ 11, t -I- t I' many-a consent of the workers of New York Cite have
III I this and.
: in county hiiby meat'
r IM, "I, i av those who lack their homos in New
liein\ iniistrurted, except for the this It Jersey' and, fViineetlcut !-
county. ,
givegoad| ,art Ill' ,to, ''.I''I' ". 1.,1,1, a ,canal .n i II! i ' i ilitv and public as well in the
-nil''u nu\: \\ h"h" will be )put ,down by as mirmromMiburtw
tlutale.. Wo will then have direct of the .city and a? mnnv of
a --_._. ___.__..____ _n the workers of Chicago 'live
riniie,: to the oust cnnst, to East Flor- in Indiana
,nli., 'il."iriria; mid 1 1 Alabama.lieides and Wloronsln, ns well us" in h"or Ilirnl -

,, the established I public .. snhurho.. so will mane of ..Tniko'iville's -

,t.i.-ul-,, 11I"111".1.! : there are probably I Il "' workers soon live in Bradford -
yta I countv. And! why not .\ft-r\
a .nuple' of liiiinlri'il I miles of "neiKhb Rc
lenvmoWhltchntmo.; on the ": ,}
I ,ilMn.l.\ 'ioais, | which reach the "onboard
r.nin 1 back of the public roads and l T no flesirnhle locations for horn< nv'

i-iv .,onrortuin, from, one to the other sep" hefovo Hlcrhlnml' {i.. rP1rro! ,].
..I'.I'11u! latter. The smooth' open land Hjyhln-.fl! js :m mile frnni .Tnri; on-
i, t ,nKikr- ti.iM-1 possible. even where Ivawtov :3S.I Stnrke 4.- and TT.mp-!

till I 10, ;r. n,, nails at all, at least if ton 51. mile., but distance will man
ii et."' .I!I MIIire' T : direful to avoid not be exnres.aod in miles! bur in
\ I made, soft by rains. hours and! minutes. A ,lnuhlp.t"I.-.1
\ railwav. runnlnir nrrimmnrinM.in;

li.MI.UOMig train, i widened hln-hwnv. with fast

+ of the ruilruads. the! Seaboard Alt bus lines will mnkc it ert' for "com

I.IIM runs north. and. south from I, muters' to reach their places. of hte*i.
Hi"hl.ind 1 to :Suntn/ Fo 'lver-21 miles floss Ir. Jacksonville and their hnm, s
I It 1 i.ue. of the prominent roads of Her*. Immense rmnntlMps) of nrm-l-
\ tlie" eotintrv. It pusses through Law- .10" will' he '""""'''"I >h\ greater

te\ !I" loin' citrht,: tn ten passenger"' trains, mark far all the beef nork chickens

'nlonr a< to tnx the efficiency of the .e-tri, vrup.potatoe andego
j lniv\ enu'ine" puss through the county T ir lB. wo .pnn ni-ndnrp.. Th's, n ill|| ..,,1))
t for hnr"-.lI>' acerl rondo .
daily trains pars at shorts and for r nro
s \ intervals. often more than 100 cars milence than WP now have tn ,nil.-'v!|
\ me 'in a train." / nlnu north loaded the Buyer,. to visit p"prfarm.) .

o th produce from, t the truck farmof. Our. r".(N promote social ititercottr -

I' "g: nouth landed, with coal, mer. ( n n. nothing else rnn.n'l as.
.hi.i, I nennlp! of nther .tRtee ploo
I ,111I1hllH'I'Y and I iVrtilixer.The have
' \Vannei' brnnch of the ik yfe3W.mini hronrht shout pond rondo .llIth'p"
; SoaIH i and friend4, can hp vaitpd} anti nil
u-d, from" Stroke to the Suwannee .n' t' n. tb". world ;i. "win

riii'i, r afti tr.iv. r..inst 18 miles of the l ..t : an Oat> Crop in Itradford ,Courte.r cf I'nk & Soy> rnnn" n',,;.e n.,.... ",'" 111""lnC". -nrn",rooI;and}

"rrnwml nrlrrlneaa.

I This Is One of a Series Of Advertisements To Appear Each Week For Ten Weeks and Paid For By The Following Public Spirited Citizens of Bradford County: II I

C. L PEEK & SON, Real Estate J. W. WHITE & SON DeWITT C. JONES Hardware E. H. SMITH
STAR'T GROWERS ASSN.INC. W. E. Lawtey State Bank :

L. G. M.





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.. ..,,1 n\.roj,1 nn "u than $1,000,000; daily. Tie!.-Pilot-Realty- Company, of-Chi- Bindenton Mnnatoe: --County-

CPcr I t'. I 11(0.110 i Snnilii.Dit.uKd: { stutisti / ago, hu- J nuiviumed 1,000 acres of erect 'i\u building hen
News of Florida in Short Paragraph r 01 the I -t t\\ L'ntthreeuck :iml ai Ponce de Loon Holmes coun- 'I

fin*.* .* .t .*.,.... ..<***.tl..(.VHMt*.. .,Mils.!SMP.,,..>....> .*.-..*.< MM- ..- it .- I the ...1."tl'-. -lim\id, sale- n ,. i\ .ii-il, :WO! ) acres at Unit, Oknloonnunt 'II I tflail'sCatarrh
0.' >fiit ;:._' ,.>_ i.*.IIU tt hile dun i >., mill' is negotiating for :iM.uoucivs
>!> I J0'0'I.'I the! wiek ending' li-: :S'.ndny;: the to- :i lit )Bay :Springs; with it view t'leveloping > : Medicine
State News t.il t : l I I Tlnmo In "i tun-down" nvrtu
[ tens 41:3100Citizens r it on an intensive scale lU.n, will i, ," r.r'h:: ; i alarr'i t other.: Them

....._.._....- ._L.1: 1 ----- ); The coiu-ern nt t the outset l proposes to I, rntiph.,,,..lIh.morn This thnn Mat when they are In Rood
prmfft thnt
of Tarpon, Springs will expend from $ OO.OOO to $1,000,000( whale
Cntarrh Is a lo 1< il t.i ""> It ,in gr
Told by Our Exchanges I'A to to tin polls July 27 to vote iipo iII i n the work. I 1 InfluiWKil hv "TNtituiIfAt.lfl '' ,'nndttl"n

SPIRiN bond 1 issue of $00,000 to niruesethe 't. Vrtlltllt. %n.nU'UIIol: 'I" n
| CninMnnl' PL ,nt I ol and In- .
municipal (golf course from nineto :New Tort. 11I'v-1'o story. hu-.. i u'rrnl and "bar 1 1, .i .. ,.'. .ifni,, in the i
eighteen holes '- .-- I 1\,.\In t U M" I In. "II"tl'u",1, at )Ilinil' t:0.. .'I'i'.1,'.' ,1,. 'nil r .' 'ilriir ?.ui- .. I ? I runty year. "...
Hollywood-More than rive thousand the exclusive Seaside hotel( brie Fn. -1
: t t lId .11, 1 11'o\II'1\ avenue I ,t chu.ov A < 1.. Toledo OhIo
miles! of completed mil I lines work of the lire department t> Say "Bayer"lnsistlFor Building construction in Ft. Lauderdale .

are now in operation in Florida and ed the blaze from gaining nil)rl'\"nt'l is expected to exceed $5,000-)
various 'railroad projucts are contemplated No injured. Colds Headache; :
way. one was : ,
five times
000) for \112! :;, or more than
or under way. I side located on the water front, is
Pain Lumbago us much as the total for 1924,
of the hotels in .
one largest Daytona.I
; This is based,
Jasper-Realty deals in Jasper the was $114,888. estimate
100 past week reached a total of .4011,000< I I j is constructed entirely of wood. Neuralgia RheumatismSaft'5 on permits issued the first six month ';; ,

which includes some tine business! and | Lakeland-Two saidto of this year, and construction 111- ]I
young men Accept only a ready in sight for which permits will
residental property and considerable :
be of busi-
j{ sons prominent Tampa
I within the 90 dn\' [
; be taken out next *
acreage. i l ness men, were arrested on the Lake- Bayer pb\: \!

:' land-Tampa road by Sheriff Guilford '
Key West-The first link of the directions Miami is believed to have a record,
which contains
Stanley and charged with proven
trantport- I
real transactions in this I
in estate
between the Flor-
overseas highway I Ing liquor. The youths who gave their Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet j
when the Mizner Develop-j i
ida mainland and Key West will be names as A. C. Clewis, Jr., and G. T. Also bottles! of 24 and 100-Druggists I IAxplrln I country
opened early in July when the bridge ment Company a few days ago poi hi l
| Henderson, Jr., were lodged in Polk IH the inlimurk, of flair Mnnfactura MICHELIN
between Stock Island and Duca Chin uf MwuuiKiiK tiiduu! >r ut Butkylieucul $20,000 a front foot for property on
jail Bartow. A .
county at largo touring J
East Flngler street The Mizner concern i
Key Is completed. I I
!I car, driven by Clewis, and aquantity FLORIDA NKW8 SERVICE | purchased the Wayside Inn on III j "Comfort"; : Cord

Cedar Keys-Construction work upon 1 of liquor, were confiscated valuation of $'SOO,000 and paid a

the new sow mille being erected I I I Homestead expects to vote in the bonus of $150,000 to cancel a sublease I 1

here by the Standard Lumber Company I| St. Petersburg-Apprehending B. near future on a 'IO O.OOIl bond issue on the property. An office building You

of Live Oak is being rushed" P. Lattimer, local motorcycle patrol- for municipal improvements. to cost $1,250,000/ will be erected! can now get

and it is expected the plant will be man and former deputy sheriff, son on the site.Expenditure.

in operation within the next few of William L. Lattimer of this city, Daytona is planning u bond issue of I balloon tires for I

weeks. It will have a daily capacityof 1 UK a deserter from the United States 1I I' $800,000'' for expansion\ of Its schools. of approximately $20-

25,000 feet.TallahasseeThe. || navy, Pinellas county deputy sheriffs i ii 000,000 in development work at Key:
i took the officer into custody. He was The Hastings Potato Growers'! AsHocuition Largo is to bo undertaken by a syndicate your present car
position of coun- taken to the county jail at Clearwater I' handled! nearly $2,000,000 which recently purchased 0-

ty tax collector will be materially | and government officials were notifiedI this season according to reports sub- 000 acres upon the key The syndicate without changingrims.

strengthened this year when they be- I of his arrest. i mitted at the annual meeting. which includes in Its membership -
gin the collection of the expected Mix I
hundred millions of dollars in UHSOKSmentH I Tallahassee Nathan Mayo[ commissioner The City of Vero will establish a C, Uascon Slemp' formerly neerotary -

called for by Governor .Martin I of agriculture is working : municipal bathing beach If recommcndatioXs to President Coolidge, Sellers, .
the and Ilorlk'k
as the result of an net pushed b.\ the on tho organization of the Immigration of a committee from the ,
of the milk which bears his
legislature which now i is a luw. Department authorized by the !: Vero Realty Board are adopted by the concern
I last legislature. Definite plans are city council. name rounded out its holdings lust. Enn'h.matt.lnlprmvmrnu. In''.r. I '
Fort Myel's-1'lans for the erection 1 not week by Inking over 'property on the Ina cam/orf* |.10.. ytavly. invlnt' of
yet completed. "I want to go' and...
/Kwmfrrt.1' of tloUiir In ore
of the first oil refinery in the state of slow and be sure of getting the most I II Construction of the new sawmill key controlled by the Island. Holding bill,( -ihnt It*Afiul ih.ncu Mahnlii/ ...
Florida have been made here byrepresentatives 'I results possible from the small being erected at Cedar Keys by the Company. The consideration was Ci"mfiirl Cord ort you. It It !...*,. 1

of a syndicate of Iowa amount of Standard Lumber Company, of Live $1,500,000. AM btgtii orilimirvrortli.' IM 'IrtrfnWtlfa ?
I money available, said '' mN half h. "...*..ami.HUh ataJWiul ,p
through the local chamber of com- i Mr. Mayo.Tallahassee. Oak, is being rushed und it Is ex- the iam fir.SMITH'S ;*-*.
merce. The syndicate appealed to the peeled the plant will be in operation I A syndicate composed of :St. Louis .

chamber of commerce to assist it in -The state of Florida I within the next few weeks. It will capitalists, has purchased all avail ,

getting a water-front location. i started the new fiscal year, beginning! have a doily capacity of :!;;,UOU feet. '. able tracts of land about Cedar Keys''
| July 1, with a balance in the) treasury I und Lukens through the' Creator I'mn.
West Palm Heiu-h- After instructing ]t| of $6,804,557.50. A statement of A town site and recreational center pa Company, for a consideration of GARAGE

the power company to turn off I money on hand showed a balance of will be developed and a large resort $1,800,000. The syndicate, which pro-

the current on the wrong street, J. L, '$2,222,11)3.18) in the general revenue I II hotel will be built dt Do Leon Springsas posed! extensive development, helievi-s ST AHKE. KLA

i 1'erkins, a lineman, wus instantly fund. More than half a million was a result of the purchase of the that Cedar Keys is to become one of ,

Killed here when he attempted to ,re. brought over in three other funds,- I springs by the R. I>'. Conway Interests the most, important rail and stcnin- I _

pair a live wire without gloves. Perkins I $804,122.08 in the drainage tax of Chicago. The property sold ship torminiiN on tho Gulf Coast I ws.r ...r J. I. d.

came here recently from Cairo, fund $824,885.4! in the federal aid by F. N. Conrad, of Daytona involved I .; .Iil!

Ga., and was unfamiliar with the loud fund, and $845,393.27 in another I! 2,000 acres of land, and the consideration __u_._ c
streets. ) account of the state road $1,000,000. First and Exclusive Pictures of California _Earthquake } ,

St. Petersburg! bond issue has Tallahassee Steps to lPllrtment'l ,

been voted by St. Petersburg for the the section of stale road Grapes by carload lots will be shipped -/- I

construction of a huge recreation pier I between Lake City and the Georgialine from Ue Funmk Springs: next -v- -, / V '
rival the season according to J. W. Mathison, r- \ f N I I
to famous! "million dollar"pier were taken by the state road de I !' \ \
at Atlantic City. The proposed pnrtment in quarterly meeting County Agent for Walton County, I, fitfcSfeV

will have large casino when the chairman here'l J
pier a designed was \
Miami Bench will vote late in July
for the use of conventions and I proceed with plans for constructing j I
I on another bond issue for municipal I b
other gatherings. Carnival features the remaining portions of the 40 l
improvements) the sum this time to .1 t ,. t
will probably be a secondary consid miles stretch. Under this authority'i i be $1,000,000. Should the election I I Icarry r
eration. work will be started as soon as pos- 1
it would bring the total of j +
sible on 8.2 mile und on eleven additional I
Hawthorne Shipments: out gf :| miles early in 1026. The rest of bonds Issued there this year to $2I I i \ 'r r

Hawthorne since January 1 have been I the section already is under construc- 000,000.Lakeland's. 6' itir 1 J w .. I b,i
unusually heavy said County Agent tion. I F'
standing with Investor
Fred L, Craft. Truck crops and citrus I ;i'. C5 ; >
was given another boost a few days
fruit which have moved out of this New SmyrnaJo: ; Suppanz, 30, *
> *la \ hr
when -
ago $400,000 worth of sewer t ? 4. ,v I IIte
station have brought to the farmers met almost instant <|t-nth while blast-i
9110,320 thus far. One thousand acres .1 ing stumps in a tract of land, being! I extension ium of $42,102.bonds Another were sold election at a prem-will -.s. e f:!

of cotton are now under cultivationin cleared eight miles west of New SHeif <
be held July 28 on issuance of $a85UOO ,- i > -i .
this section and this will constitutethe Smyrna. Suppanz was employed by worth of bonds for extension of Y

next big money crop to move out I George C, Beck, clearing forty acres. the water works system.
'He had successfully removed over 500

Pensacola- Leading business men stumps with dynamite during the Vunclorsull & Company of Toledo,

of the city meet to discuss plans for past few weeks. He had placed iii, Ohio u financial concern speclallz- j ry

financing and erecting a 100 room single stick of the explosive under a'ing in municipal bonds, has taken a i YO I tl .
tourist hotel, to cost $200,000, at one small stump. Suppanz lighted the membership in the Florida Development 3 sill+

of three points on the beach whUi fuse" which failed to burn the usual i Board, the State Chamber of
'are under consideration. They are of length of time and Ignited the dyna- Commerce, in order that it may keep !

the opinion hotel accommodations in mite before be had time to reach u''' in touch with such mutter in Florida '

this city have been inadequate for : place of safety. i i through the Service Department of
some time. largely because of the Influx the Coord.
of visitors from the South: West Palm Beach-The ashes of I
I > arc two remaikalile pictures, sent by telegraph of the ruin in Santa Barbara, Calif., cawed'
Mrs. Ida E.: Palmer 41, who died in The demand for Florida andmunicipal /
county I hy the earthquake At the left. the photo shows tho ruins. of
the fatuous
Arlington hotel almost
Tampa-Joseph Frisco, 30, residentof St. Louis on May 10, are to be sprinkled bonds has reached the wrecked.. completely ,.
At the
view of
right- State Street
this city, ended his Ii feu>' throw the of I a -principal' business Uiuroiauhfure: -an it looked olla
I on waves the Atlantic I point where It Is greater than the hour after the ijuuke. p
ing himself under the wheels of a ocean in front of Palm Beach by a supply and there IH keen competition

moving street car. The incident occurred -I local undertaker. Mrs. Palmer who I among buyers. II Ills borough countysoon I

on a busy street and tied up had spent several winter at Palm will vote on an issue of $1,000000 ,- .
traffic for an hour as it was neces- Beach, from her death bed requested for highway improvements and' -

sary to wait 45 minutes for a crane that her body be cremated and her I the entire amount already has been L".Oo!: M>
before the heavy car could be raised ashes' be sent to Palm Beach to besprinkled I I sold for 102, the bond houses having' I FOLKS WHCbfi g''u'r'sT'5' .' GONE LINO..i ,. JViT: GOWN
'I ;
and the body removed. No reason for on the ocean. The urn con- I Tiled bids as soon as the Board of'' kID Aso YC/s j ? TH' 5HORii \N' TO TH' CC(" NEN: TO

his act has been advanced. I taming her ashes was received here''II 'ounty Commissioners set the date IN OUR MINOiN' I'M kEEPis.' TIt' SEG TH' BOV5 JU6T

and her dying wish will be carried 1 j for the election. i 0 f3aBv NEa6Foe. A LITTLE 'WHILE .. CLU/ '?
Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr.,
and associates will erect a 20storyoffice I out. A seaplane will be used to stage |, A similar instance has occurred in I 1' TOWN 6C HOMe GARLV ""'
the rites Brooksville .
buyers already having
building in the heart of the business 1 -- - submitted bids for purchase ] ;
district here in the near future, Key West-Taking to n small,I of fl.- X i
000,000( worth of Hernando
according to announcement made by leaking life boat after their schooner county Twentieth f BuzTa2
bonds V
highway which
his representative The'site purchased the Fannie and Kay hud foundered ;S': I been issued. have not yet \

has u frontage of 00 by 105 feet. miles northwest of Tortugas, shorty Century f @ i1.f'

The buyers paid $10,000 per front after noon, June 29 Captain John D. A syndicate of Iowa capitalists Kid ,

foot, establishing! a new record in Severn and the remaining six mem- expects to establish at Ft. Myers the J mss., : 1

Tampa realty. bers of the schooner's crew were res- first oil refinery in Florida and has

cued after being in the open lifeboatfor appealed to the local Chamber of /ly
Fort Pierce-During the pineapple nine hours, by the Norwegian Commerce for assistance in obtaining tr
in St. Lucie closed
season county just
steamer Eskjoe in the Gulf stream \ a waterfront site tot the plant.Arcadia's EdwardMcCuHocgh
60 The U
cars were shipped. season shortly after 0 o'cltek that night. The J LlF
aid to have been satisfactory, !rood
men in the life-boat attracted attention recent issue of $350,000 Li
prices being realized from the fruit: 1 by frantically waving blazing worth of bonds for municipal improvements -
which was of unusual size and quali- AUTOCAJiTrH ) /
has been sold
shirts attached to An oar. The signalof a premium sd
ty. Most of the crop was sold throughthe distress was observed by the watch of $tC.;0. -;;;': '- -- -, -- J
Florida Growers' As.
Pineapple officer on the bridge of the Eskjoe 1NEY
sociation. A big late crop is expectedin I Salerno's $00,000 bond issue for
and the rescue followed. I CAt
August. soon I paving four miles of streets has been GE r IH6ES ,N1'rl+tJt-1T n & POP/ HOW

GAinesville-Actual work haa startVd : purchased! by R. Tomasello, of JUpI- YLROfy58 / HEAPO DID TH' O'POUKEK4HUNKSKI -
Daytona-About 50 guests; were under the direction of G. }.. Youngof ter, who also was awarded the con
forced to flee in their night clothes St. Petersburg, landscape engineerin tract for the wrrfc:. w"a"" BOUT -.
when fire rake out in the kitchen of WAS N6VERAL v COME oorFRW.Y.
charge of large Florida developments I
New Port Rlcrey Is to issue $138- (
u Iii clearing the shores of 500 in bond foi municipal Improve ....... TO-NIGHT. ',
Lake Newnan five miles from WOU'RS j(
ments. Of thu.im; G ,
$80,000 will ho
COFFINS & CASKETS | I city for a $3,000,000 subdivision covering AND 1 IIiINI I '-\
for installing ::
water j
a system, $10OOO i I
And a Fall Line ofUndirtakirm' 3,500 acres, which will be operated foV seweru' .1<,,;110( for pnr.-haxe; J.30A.M. ( Ii'I' I II \

Smpplitt I under the Lakewood Estates, of ni the exi, which Fred F. Sumner, of St. Petersburg FINDS III
i is president. The project will Real estate trurum tions In Jack- HIM j ++ I ;k

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE serI, i involve the beautifIcation of three and si.nville. during th? mnrili of June 5N&AIN'! t,, v I III'' ;
Always on band. The best i nne-half miles of lake front property 1 I ( tI
HeMS I II1ws
da at the lowest prices) Special -
and will constitute
what l it believed No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll
attention to telegraph or- I Ito i b4! the largest development of its I children troubled with Worms have to aDo
den. Registered Embalmer t i kind ever attempted in cortrs.1 Flor health color, which Indicates poor blood sad .. crule -
then 1ft non or lees stomach ducorbaae
ida. ROVE S TASTELESS chill TUMC' given KluJarl
DeWITT C. JONES I for two or three weeks will enrich the blond. Insprove
I[ Tampa-Extensions and Improvements he duration,and act as a Central Stmujat- !
STARKE. FLA of city water system, to coat rain TOOK to the whole .y.tem. Nature will rhea ,
throw off or dispel the worm, sod 1heWid wW be) eew bhlu I nl Mk C..e.ar_ ;
92 ,000. started. la perfect .....th. Pteuast to isle sec per bottle -

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-. :Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, for a few' they hal always taken in that of the guests ofIrs.. Josephine Sullivan spent the week.end with Miss Ruby
I weeks. count>.. Mr. Alvarez served a number this week. .

I Mr. and Mrs.: Arteomace Hall, 01' of years u" snenff. He held lither. R. L. Birt and family visited Dyal.Mr..- nd Mrs. David Kelly and chil
Tampa are visiting friends here fur> ',official positions, and was killed near Mm. Bilt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. dren. Eunice and Claude of Tampa,
few days. !Stiuke in lo'Jl: while! I in the line of hill Giosby, of Alachua county last> Sun-
arrived1 hero Friday night to spend a
Mrs. Jane Osteen, of High Spring,, ,duty as .h..rlff. dny.Mri. week with friends and relative..
i.s the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ab., Since the death of bur! husband, : J. C. Cud well\ who has been
i j with a brief interim, Mrs. Alvarez: the guest of her sister; Mrs. Vivian Miss Mattie O-arden left Saturday

-:- : bott.Mrs.; Bill Surrency, of LaCrosse,> I has lived in Starke. She leaves surviving -, Loflin, of Jacksonville, returned to he{ ,I morning: on a visit to Tampa and

W'a visitor here Monday.Mrs. i' her, six children, seventeen home here this week. Pompano.I .
I' :Miss Ermn Johns who has been :Nona Dyal and little daughter .
I ,
au mid ion grandchildren, and six great !grand I
'I1HIH''i! M. T. Bro ky and granddaugh !
Doris the fourth
Scott and Bow- for several weeks with her grandmother spent with her'
children. Two sons
Miss Elise :Mae 01! '
ter, Soppington,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Mrs. Geo. Reddish of Jack. ,
::::::;f ,, of he den, dieJ tn their young manhood. ,
Jacksonville the .
I Mi' J: 1.I: .r- '"ul u" her guenti sister :Mrs ,T.are P. Ward guests, this week. I The chiluren, still l living are J. M.I' sonville, spent the week-end with Brown, at Sampson City.
__ COMI'I IMKM: I \11\ It ) i '. i 'I'''! I;' Mil.uSd i: Thurnton of i Alvarez, Mrs. Annie A. Frazee, :Mra ; her father, B. Johns. i Mr. and Mrs.[ Ellis Starling and lit.
: MRS.\ I- }_. liill; >lr-v ll'<'. ]I Mr. and :Mrs. E. T. Stuart movedto Mary A. Wainwright Mrs. Eunice, Rev. Hicks will preach at the Baptist tle daughter, Evelyn of Stark, spent !
: \\". E B'i'jm' of Jacksonville, spent their new home in Starke Fridaj, A. Lanuva and Mrs. Emma A. Canj church next Sunday morning and the week-end with her parent, Mr
'. Mrs. IL 1 I' -irK ."ve> a in croquet honor :Mfl.Iy; here greeting old friends. :: We all wish them much success. -.a, and, J. W. Alvarez, all prom iI evening.Misses. ',and Mrs. Dock Brown. ,
party Thur-i.Y! : afternoon who the I I Col.! C. L. Peek, of Starke was I I Mr. C. M. Mott of Hague, has I I nent in the civic and social life of the Jennevive and Marian Rlv.I Duffy Abernathy spent the week. !
of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, won transacting business here Monday. 'i purchased the place known OH theI !1 :I end in Daytona.Mr. .
ahow last 'I community. I ers, of Lake Butler, are spending this!
lirt prize in the zinnia of i'-.TCival Sawyard, of Boston Mass., I Shaw place which was owned by Mi,: Funeral services were held Sunday; week with their grandparents, Mr. :; '. and Mrs. W. A. Dyal and children
Wl'I>k. After an Interesting game *topped for a couple of days' visit'''G. B. Colson and moved here las[ ,I '
of High
served her guests : afternoon from the residence; of her and rr W. S. Futch.W. Springs, spent part of
iri uet, Mrs. Clark with his father-in-law H. B. Hudson last We extend them II I
) Thursday. to > daughter, Mrs. Frazee, and the fu. L. Hill, of Tallahassee, was attending la' t week here with his parents.
with a delicious ice course last week while enroute home after hearty welcome to our town.
Miss: Aileen
to official business here this Surrency spent Sun.
delightful afternoon erul of the most beautiful
thin was one
Those enjoying I I n business trip to Miami and other Mr. R. M. Gainey has purchased I I week. day at Drooker. I
were I>r. ami :Mrs. H. A. e\.er held in Starke. lowers from I.
'J.M Tucker Mi-nes Isabel and Alice Fernandez East Coast cities. the Stuart garage. mends and relatives far and near- I Mrs. Theodore Clemmons, of Miami K. B. Murrhee returned to Tampa t
; I Mr. and Mrs. Barnum Mr. i J. E. Wimberly' of Birmingham, i Among those from here attending a wreath of immortelles from North has recently been the guest of Saturday after a visit here with rela :
Ala., several days here the to business in Starke Monday were I her Mrs. L. A. tives. He was accompanied home by
Mrs. U. I). :Mlm-r, B. F. Clark, I I spent Carolina, ruses from New York, a sister, Wynn.
and of his brother n. C. Wimberly E. M. G. W. Hazen E. J. Lewia, I his cousin Lee
&t Merton Clark and the honor guest,, guest I' and ,1 beautiful set piece of roses and asters Mm. Josephine Sullivan, Mrs. Ella Dyal. r
Fernandez. ,, last week. I A. L. Green and Albert Surrency. and immortelles from Jackson Sullivan and Miss Gladys Sullivanwere Elma Stokes, of New River, spent I
;;; [ Mrs. I W. M. Wimberly and J. E. Wlm !I. P. A. Crosby and Marion Gattlin I ville, while wreaths and other emblematic business visitors to Starke this the week-end with his grandparents, t
:- ., NEW KIVEll I herly motored to the State Farm at I were attending to business. in Jack., : pieces were received from week. Mr.' and :Mrs. O. W. Dyal. "
Raifiird Sunday morning.Mrs. 1 sonville :Monday. I many other places. The large double :Mrs. L. A. Wynn has as her guest School opened here !Monday under i
New River, July 10.-Mr. and 1.1"1 W. :M. Wimberly was called I Mrs. Crosby and sons, of Vero are, parlors were banked in flowers, and this woek her mother, Mrs. Penhols- the management of Mr.: and Mrs. i

,. S. V. Andrews, of M'irriston.are this to Starke Monday by the serious illness i the guests of her son, A. L. Crosby,, the casket literally burled in beautiful ter, of Brooker. Lonnie Futch, of Lawtey.
ting friends and relatives' here I of her sister, Mrs. II. M. Sny- for a while.A ,i bloom. Conspicuous among the: :Mm. Davis, of Jacksonville\ spent I
week.C. Hazen der. I' flowers was a huge vase of llliei several I days as the guest of Mrs. J. NOTICE OP GUARMAV ESTATE SALE OP REAL i
c, G. Wiggins and W. M. C. M. Click, of Jacksonville was a large part of every farmer'smental grown by Mrs. Alvarez herself, which V. Jones this week.
made a business trip to Lake Butler business visitor here Friday. capital should be the experi., at the interment were placed on theI < : Notice In hereby trlven. that the undpnlcn-.
GRAHAM e.I l "uar"an" for William.
Saturday. pace of others. as Ray minor heirof
Alvin Bran- I I grave of her husband by whose side '\antha William* .I deceased will Aiiply to
l. Crystal Wiggins and SAMPSON: CITY I she laid to rest. th p Hnnnrshtn ('oso. ,\. flartlnrr. Cnun'v! Zideor
nan, of Jacksonville, visited friends We pay for the farm machinery we, I was Graham, July 10.-E. J. Murrheewas Bradford, County. Florida .ot 10th day
' here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Sampson City, July 10.-Our school need if we do without it; it pays for, The casket was borne to its last a visitor to the county seat Mon, of vat\Ufrlist.sale all 1&2B the for rlirht.an order title and to sell In'.at.rent prl-of t
f Rommle Johns, of Jacksonville opened Monday with Mrs. Bessie 1\lc.1 itself if we get it. I resting place by six stalwart grand- day.Mr. the said minor In and to the following described ,
and Mrs: Denzil Thomas, of Gruder, of Starke, as teacher, Mrs. : I sons: William M. WainwrUht, Frank and Mrs.: James Wasdin and lands. to-wit! ; .
Brsdenton, spent the week-end guests I McGruder has taught here before and M' US. KEBECCA. ALVAREZ I Allen Canova, N. Wainwright, Jr., I little son, J. R., of Tampa, are spend Commencing corner of 247'northeast, yank'quarter eat of of north.northwest I

tf their mother, Mrs Belle Johns. I the pupils are all glad to have her Alvarez < Levy Alvarez Canova, Paul E. Ca- lag a few days with relatives and ,1 mat quarter and run vast 82'j' \ar.U. south
4 Mrs. Rebecca Bowden one ITS yards west 831, yards, north 17* yards
1 Misses' Thelma Drannen and Alphle' back with them this term. of St rke'1I oldest and most highly nova, Jr., E. Joseph Wainwright. The friends here to place. of beginning containing throe cores
and Minnie Hodges, Alvin Brannen Hiram Prescott, W. J. Kuberson, last, honorary pallbearers were Mayor C. I Mr and Mrs. Willard Smith and more. .>r I I..* : east half of eaRt half of northeast 1
:' and Grafton Adklns motored to Lake M. Varnes and C. B. Brown were visitors 'Friday respected afternoon citizens at passed 4 o'clock away after: L. Peek Col. W. T. Weeks, Maj. E. S. children, of Allen Hurst, are visiting lot IT"quarter,, f.et of north northeaet and south quarter I tv. less 117 feet on.
I Butler Sunday and were guests of to Starke Monday.Mrs. without' I :Matthews Messrs. N. T. Ritch, J. W. at the home of their parents, Mr. and east and tin in south-Ai.it corn r. cnnOiin.Inc -
The end
a short illness.\ came 1" acres, or b lesi, nltuate and being I
I 1 frlende.I S. Jo:. Jones had as her guests pain, while her physicians, Drs. W. ', Andrews and J. M. Truby. :Mrs. J. M. Graves. :[ In Section ">. Township 7. Rinire 22. taut in 'I
i M.....". Allen Thomas Wilson the fourth Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jones B. Parks, of Starke, and Bishop. of: : Among those attending the funeral Miss Edna Dukes, of Jacksonville,," Bradford. County Florida. '
Th! l"th of I92S
day July
:, Russ, Casey Atkinson and Wilson and children, Daisy and Clarence, of 'Gainesville by her bedside. from a distance were Mrs. Anna spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. C. A. WILLIAMS.Otiarfllan .
demons, of nrooker, were guests of Ft. Pierce, and E. D. Jones, of Wild. I Everything that medical science and I Mary Kelly, Mr. Emmett Kelly, Mr. B. Roberts. for Ray Wlllln ..Min heir of
friends here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. wood. do done but,, and Mrs. R. Flemmmg Bowaen, Mr Little Misses Beatrice and Margaret .lott.t-| Airntha Wllllnms. decmaxl.NOTICE
loving care couW were t
Belle Johns i in visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes and of and :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez, Mr. Levy Byrd, of Tampa, are spending' OF "' 'AR"8LJo" : OF REAL
she being seventy-eight age,
and relatives In Bradenton this week. children, of Starke, visited\ relatives I lacked the strength to overcome years her: ': Alvarez, of Jacksonville; Allen Ca- a few weeks with their grandparents, ESTATE
Miss Inez Branncn, of Lake Butler, here Sunday afternoon. i nova, Tampa; :Mr. and Mrs. George :Mr. and :Mrs. Daniel Byrd. Notice I. hereby irl\pn thai tin undersign-
which acute recur.
.Is guest of friends here this woek. I K. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, and I rence malady of, a gastric was trouble an incident to, Flynn, Titusville; Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Jesse Ogden returned to Pompano e will.1 l as apply guardian to the for Honorable Isaac Williams Ceo. A. a Gardiner.lunatle

-, Mrs.. M. F. Wltfgins motored toStark i Miss. Mamie Hall and Mrs. T. C. her The funeral took place Sun Murden, Orlando; Mrs. Ralph Rhodes Saturday after spending a few days County .fudire of Bradford County. Florltia.
I Palutka visitors to age. Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. E. W I with relatives here. on the inth day of Xutzunt 192S. for an order
Monday. Thomas of were
L. W. Kicklitera ,
day afternoon, Rev. to sell at private isle all the right title and
Mr. and Mr. W. M. Hodge and Earlton Beach Thursday evening. 'I of than fifty Frazee, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs Miss Beatrice Starling, of Tampa, Interest of the said Isaac Williams a lunatic
% Cassle visited friends in Starke Wed. I R. A. Thomas and son, Kenneth, of standing friend officiating more and was laid years tt I Nolan Canova, Waldo; :Mr. and Mrs I spent few days last week with her wit in and to the following described lands, to-

I nesday. Palatka, visited relatives. here Sun by the side I D. T. Clark, Jacksonville Beach; Mr cousin 11rs.Iary Jones. Northwest quarter of Section Two Township
rest in Crosby cemetery
, and Mrs.: Dexter Kelly. Arcadia. I Seven. Range Twrntytwo. east ..ontaln.In. -
home I Miss Bunie Graves
lie accompanied by and little
day. was cousins -
, husband David Alvarez,, .. ,
I of her Levy in all 160 acres more or leu* .Itua lying
Bunnell-Surveying completed on Mrs. T. C. Thomas and two daughters who died thirty-four ago. I HAMPTONHampton I :Mabel and Eunice Surrency, of nnil t being in Bradford County. Florida.
route of Dixie Highway from this who had spent the past month herewith I In the death of years Mrs. Alvarez;, I Tampa, spent the week-end with relaI Tho; the. 10th day of July RORF.RT 19211. M'THIS.

place to St. Augustine. I her mother, :Mrs. Josie Hall. T. Starke lost one who for many yean I July 10.-Mrs. S. M.I 1. I tives. Ouardlan for Isaac Williams. Lunati..1 ..

I'INEIIILL: I C. Thomas came up and spent the I has been a power for good. She wasa I Simmons spent the week-end with I Miss Estelle Wasdin of' Waldo, -. ,;tt.7

week-end and also accompanied them. member of the Baptist church, the I her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. P. B. Hunt, I i .-- .- -, -
t Pine Hill, July 10.-Miss LuclU I Miss Mabel Thomas. will remain for U. D. C., the Starke Woman's Club,, of Maxwell.
.4' Hall spent several days lost week an extended visit.J. and the Eastern Star, and for more I Mrs. J. C. Thomas and son, Herbert,
sister Mrs. E. L. Young. I Q. Wynn and daughter Thelma, both Valdosta visiting Mrs
; with her than a quarter of a century has bee I of are WE ARE NOW GIVING
blood, of Graham. I of Gainesville. .spent the week-end the center of a large and Influential I Thomas' parents, Mr. andIra.. O

r* i Guy Jones. of Waldo, visited friends : here with his slMterlrB.: J. N. .family and circle of friends, where! Haynes.

here Monday. I Thomas. her fine judgment, her all-ombracinj: The play that was put on by the Profit Sharing THRIFT BONDS
.p Mrs. L. D. Brown, of Tampa, spent Mrs. Josie Hall had as her guest charity and her changeless love,, young people of our town last Monday -
here with friends. for the week-end her sons, T. V. and success
I Tuesday made her a never failing mentor and I evening was quite a
.-- Roo.evelt Hall came up from Tam T. Lynk Williams, of Sumner, and guide to better things a force for. Some wonderful talent was revealed

pa Wednesday and was the guest of Joe S. Williams, of Gainesville, her progress and development, a quell. by the participants. The attendance FREEWith
his parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. A. C. Hall I son-tn-law and daughter, Mr. and of strife, and a 1 leader of thought it I und order was good and a nice sum of
1 and other friends and relatives. Mr. :Mrs. T. C. Thomas and children, of the community. Hers was one of the, $26 was realized which will be used
Hall has many "friends here who are Palatka. sweetest and fairest souls that ever. toward building Sunday school rooms... 25c Purchase at Our Bakery

always glad to welcome him home I A few of our citizens enjoyed a adorned this earth, and her influence I Those attending the play from

',c : again. I fish-fry her Saturday. will long survive her passing away. Starke were F. A. Scott and family,, These Honda are redeemable in Oneida Community Tudor Plate Silver
Mr. and :Mrs A. C. Hall and family L. L. Johns was a visitor to Earl. Rebecca M. Bowden was born at Dr. Middleton and family, and J. T. .. sr.. The redemption list will prove how valuable these bonds are. ;
l attended the picnic at the home of ton Beach Thursday evening. :Mandarin, Fla. She was the daughter, Quigley and family. It will demon.-trate the fact that this profit-Sharing System is unquestionably
;i 4 their daughter, !Mrs. E. L.. Young. E. L. Harper and son, Willie and of Captain Moses Bowden, a famous I Mrs. C. P. Snaser and daughter,, the must liberal and the most satisfactory Advertising
,. blood, of Graham, Saturday. Only Orin, spent the week-end here with captain in the Indian Wars, and a Clara :Mae, of Valdosta, are the Plan of this nature ever devised. Examine the redemption list, contained )
A few relatives were present. I his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. E. Goodge. I noted figure in the history of the: guests of Mrs. Sincere father, P. B. in the 'thrift Catalogue hotting the different pieces of Silverware
.fr t Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Johns, of Wal. B. Parrish ami :Mr. Beck, of Waldo, state during the first half of the last!, Hunt. and the number of bonds ><>u will need to obtain each piece; it
rJ do, and Misses. Lucile and Clemmie visited :Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnes Sun century. Uriah Bnwden, also prominent P. J. Pearce has returned to his ..lJllnterest }flU. You can sate to match ) our old set or you cnn start
?11 Hall motored to Starke Sunday afternoon day. I l.i the Indian Wars and later work at Hollywood after a visit with a new set of pattern and build to it. Remember every piece of

,, 1(1( Messrs. Orin and Willie Harper of sheriff of Duval county. father of R. his family here. OXEln.COnll'SITY SILVERWARE ment carries an absolute replace-
{l Mr. and Mrs.[ flub Batten visited Lake City, Joe S. Williams and Lucian Fleming Bowden, present tax collector :Mrs. Ella Sullivan and daughter, guarantee

IIt relatives ut Theressa a few days last Thomas were visitors to Eurlton of' Duval county, was her father's Miss Gladys, of Miami, have been the

: week. Beach Saturday evening. brother. Her mother was Annie Ca- WHAT WE OFFER
: C. W. Sheffield and Ion.In-law, liltOOKKIt ton, of South Carolina, a daughter of SEABOARD TIME TABLE
Walter Payne were business visitors
the famous revolutionary family of Highest quality merchandise. If quality count, if price is
L ; to Gainesville Wednesday. Crocker, July 10.-Mrs. Forsytheand that name. Her grandfather's family
several (In effect May 10, 1923.) a factor, and if courtesy l is de-
Miss Clemmie Hall
I spent
son, D. J., of Plunt City are the came to this country very early in Low est prices most courteous
e. I 1 days last week with friends at Wal guest of friends and relatives here the last century, and her great grand No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives sirable. you have three strong
hC h do.Mr. thin week. parents on her mother's side were at Starke 11:14 p. m. treatment and the Profit Sharreason* for trading with us;
I \ and Mrs. E. J. Dowling were Misses Lois and Toledo Gainey among the early colonial families of No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives for our three watchwords willing \
I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. were visitors to Starke Thursday.J. Virginia and the Carolinas. at Starke 5:23: a. m. Thrift Bonds. be: .
I Youngblood, of Graham, Sunday af J. Morgan and son, Clarence, She was born in 1817 nnd had she No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -
ternoon. were visitors to Starke Friday.A. lived to the 2nd day of August, next, at Starke 11.02 a. m. TilE BEST GOODS-THE RIGHT I'RICE-TIIE RIGHT SERVICE I

,. I K. B. Murrhee\ antI Lee Dyal, of A. Hnzen, of Gainesville\ was the would have been 78 years old. She No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives I
Graham,, were with friends here Fri. guest nf his mother, :Mrs D. W. Haz- had four brothers all of whom serv.ed at Starke 4:23 p. m. Your friend and relativesI

.. I day evening.. en, Wednesday.Rev. in the Confederate army .nd two No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville! help you save Thrift
Mrs.\ G. F. Johns. and daughters, W. M. Moody, of Lacrosse, of whom made the supreme r icririn- arrives at Starke 0:00 a. m. Save the Bonds too. The plan i is \'erj' Save the
'&- I Odell and Doris, were the guests. of was a visitor here Thursday. for that cause. It was during the war No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key simple. Just save the bond*,
I RIr.. A. C. Hall and family Monday :Miss Iris Hrown is spending a few of I 18(11.155( that she met David Levy arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m. and it won't be many ,,'eeksBONDS
evening. in Gainesville with her Alvarez then of the No. 101 Starke to Wancee leaves that
days cousin. a boy-soldier until> )ou ,11ha'e 1 long-
1 Lewis Younirblood l, of Louise Miss Alywnne Hazen.L. Confederacy, and later married him. Starke 7:40: a. m. edfor' s" DC ONEIDA: BONDS
Spent the week-end here the guest Morgan and children, of Samp- They were but children; she a child (Daily except Sunday) COMMUNITY SILVERW

of Clyde Hall. son City, were visiting friends and ot luxury, born and reared in surroundings No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrivesat ,\ n Eo -
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Button and family relatives here Thursday.Mrs. of ante-bellum refinement; Starke 3:15: p. m. j

; spent Snt\inla.\ in the Ft. Harley John Shriver was with friends he a son of one of the oldest of the (Daily except Sunday) I
section with :Mr. and Mrs. W. U. In Starke Friday. truly Floridian families, dating its No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg Practice Systematic Thrift Save Profit Sharing Bonds

t Melton. Mr'. O 1'. Strayhorne and :Mrs. M. I jorntne to this country far back in the (Orange Blossom Special) due
HIGHLAND: I F. Hazen of Waldo, were the guests times of the Spanish occupation, hut at Starke 2:10: p. m. Silverware FREE to Customers

of relatives here Tuesday. then just getting a foothold in the No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm
; t Highland. July 10.Misses: :Myr- :1.le: Leta, "Pauline, Tommy and farming community of Bradford Beach arrives at Starke 10:15 a. m., STARKE BAKERYPerfection
r tiee and Ella Grime ami C. M. Griffls Nnul t> Ostren, all of Plant City is to I "iMintThey were married December stops for passengers for points be.
spent the weekend l with relatives : h., thi> !liucits nf their uradparents. lS tr and settled on a little farm tween Coleman and West Palm Beach Bread pure and wholesome
In Newberry. I 1, near New River now a part of the No. 104 West Palm Beach to Jacksonville

; J. C. Holmes was a business visitor State Farm. They lived there for a arrives at Starke 6:17: p. m., STARKE, FLORIDAOne
$ to Jacksonville Friday.A. Renew Your Health number of years and as their children stops for Jacksonville and beyond bond with each 25c purchaseOne
A. Crews visited friends at :Max- tame to school age bought a farm
I I Stnrke where lived until passengers. bond with return of 3 Bread Wrappers.
villa Sunday. by PurificationAny near they T. J. GRIFFIN.
Royce Kershaw returned\ Monday I lOu, when they moved to Starke. Agent.

'I' from a business. trip Montgomery: )', physician will tf'l1 that They immediately! took as prominent .
'- Ala. you a part :m the life of the town i\"
"Perfect Purification of the .
., Sunday Visitors included to Kingsley Misses lake Beth from here and is Nature" foundation System of H A TONIC; .;"-lti1 ""t1It<.f. 4t'T: : ; !."> .f." '5 oi":'." :;',iof ", ...,,.. "t<'; r.;( o''i jIiJPttir./ ; ; ;: !! ;,'fOr

Winifred Wlm"er1108! : \ Ethel Perfect Health. Why not rid Oro\'e'. Tasteless chili Tonic restores

z-. flicks Mr and Mrs.: H. ('. Wimberly. yourself <.f I' ronio ailments: that I' Energy and Vitality by Purifying and! LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
Mr. and Mrs W. :M. Wimber!)'. J. C. are undermining! your vitality f Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
LI I .Holmes', C. B. Pre.ley. W. IT. Young Purify y ""I.- i '1.ir !system l lor taking : strengthening inviguratini/ rfTect see bowit

1,1, and H. ('. Wimberly Jr. a thorough course of Culotabs, !I brings color to the cheeks and how
Mr. and Mrs. John "Snuvaire and once) or twice week for several it Improves the appetite, you will then
children returned to their home at II
: if' weeks-and see how Nature rewards sppreclate its true tonic value.
: Stuart Sunday after a visit here with
....-. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson. you with health. I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE
I Calotabs are the greatest of all' Iron and Quinine suspended in ',ntp. So
Ir T. Boirgs left! Wednesday for
' I I Iraeku'rt' pleasant even children like it. The blood
system purifiers. Gt
,.. family
('alh..u.C.. where he
his home in : FLORIDA
Containing full directions needs Qt1\I-: : to Purify it and IRON:- t. ,
I will spend the summer months. C. II. "" .. I Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs aqd ,
GrofT of 'P for.l.i" fl"\,1,| :VBagg Vo: t-i. trial pn.'kage,
Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating .. .
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I Staten' Island N T -Mlw, June S.,,in :Mitchell will IIL"'UI1I'IIIIYIrs.. I j r'vacation- : the-;assistant; --'
I I fbi'iiU ".,..It."I. am from the :Matthews us far as Jacksonville. suporintcndcnt -
I Rlltf.'reJfrom ; Mr. R. F. Clark, will have
{ WeM far inn IIT years '
] auto.Inlos- i I charge nf tho Sunday school
Bits ofInformation Local cation I due. to :Maurice G. Lungford is tho guest |i :Sir Thomas Kendrick will have I rENT-A-WORD
torpid liver' and of his aunt, :Mrs. D. E. Knight. Nato charge of the church music and will :
'on*!ignition, my rico is a former Starke boy and his have the choir meet at such time as
system was toO friends. here are pleased to know that II he may desire
badly p dslaMIthat lu has recently graduated from the
my face University: of Florida, where he has ZIFF
Concerning Our
People, Business and was swollen to the threo l FOR SALE Fig-
.JMJ spent past years. any quantity.
,I Progres of the County and Town. izo.twice its 1 wn natural couUmiously I Ziff, July 10.-Mr. and Mrs. Hob Thane I 1",,0'J. 710lt.

! tired. Col. und Mrs. D. E. Knight und son, miles and daughter, of Jacksonville, t'Olt': KENT; rim-ii, unfurnished -
weak and denrsMx Paul spent the week-end hero with ;Mr.
! were visitors to Worthington
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n had no appetite. I rend Springs Monday. They were accompanied Ii Miles sister, hire R. P. Lewis. rooms un MM In street near depot;

! WEATIICK REPORT I :\1r. and :Airs.: Clarence Hoppe, of your Tiitt's Liver Pill advertisement by Dr. nnd Mrs. J. E. :Haines, home I. W. Dynl nlso one some house. Apply atYoung's
., Weather Report for week ending 1 Tango, have returned home. after a and tried them. After a few doses bB'I'P'l'Jt I of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Mary I at Graham after spendinglast .store. Stalks, Flu. 7-10-lt.
... July 8, li\>25. began to Improve. Tutf tills week with her parents, Sir and Sirs\ ---- -- -
i iI visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Boos- me fm from a return of the Names, of Dayton, Ohio. Volt SAI.K: -- Genuine :Missionary/
I Date Max. Slim\ J. W. Lewis. I
ley. I foci like I
Illness and a new person Strawberry plants front Salisbury
J Degrees Degrees I Am never without them." At !Jr. 11. A. Tucker, the popular minIster J. O. Denison and Elder :Moore; of i I I Maryland. Leave your order enrly.
July 2 98 70 Messrs. Fred Jones, Roy and Joe all dnJuM& of the Starke Presbyterian Midway\ spent Monday hero with i j Ed L. Browne Rt A, Starke 7-ttMt*
July 8 94 73 Edwards attended the funeral of Mul- friends.
church left Monday for n six weeks
July 4 91 74 lory Junes, in Jacksonville last Satur- blanks contracts, warranty vac-ntion. Before returning' homo Dr. I Miss Opal Lewis and I sister Luln- I I FOR :S.M.P.Small; : :;" fryers, buy now
July 5 85 74 day. gage deeds, retain title notes, turpentine Tucker will visit Indianapolis, Chicago muse, spent last week Midway: with I and fntli'M your ,,\ui :U.;> cent' per
July 6 03 73 their sister Mrs. J. O. I pound | hn ds. Arthur
leases, etc., for sale at the nnd St. Louis :Mrs Tucker will Uenison. I per < on '
July 7 89 72 Miss\ Mary Lee Wynn has returned Telegraph omce. go tu Tampa next week fur a visit J. W. Lewis was a vl.ltoto Waldo Mood Puieu ,11,1 1 I'oultry FarmStarke.
July 8 90 71 from Jacksonville where she was with friends. Friday. I 7-IO-lt

Total rainfall for week, .09 Inches. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. N. Pervis Lewis spent tho fourth here ,
Alexander. Mra. W. L. Edwards returned to The following out-of-town I' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I SEED PEANUTS
Joseph JIalpas\ is In Lake City Citing her home In Jacksonville Wednesdayafter persons Lewis.
Ernest Winhovel.J. I spending several days with her were here Sunday to attend the funeral N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea.
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Green and C. J. parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Struth, of Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez: Sirs\ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent i' puts $1.00 per bushel (Four cents
I j I Paegola, of Jacksonville! spent the Sr. Ralph E. Rhodes and son, Ralph E. last Thursday with their daughter, ''I per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
'V. Alvarez made a business trip week-end with :Mr.: and Mrs.' F. L. Jr., of Tiilluhussee; Mr. and Sirs. O.U. Sirs Alvin Starling.! 'I II. T. UALL COMPANY.
last week to Avon Park. Turner. Flynn, of Oak Mill; Mr. and Mrs. Air. and Mrs. Malcom Hunter sand I-0-tf. Lowell. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs\ G. W. Alderman, Mr. Jack Murdon\ of Orlando; "'. A. Cn- son, Ira, spent Uia week-end hero I ._ ----

Ed Burnsldc, of Jacksonville, spent Mr. and Mrs W. K. Wilder and and !Mrs. George C. White, Misses nova, of Tampa; Levy Cnnova, of with Sir and Sirs R. n. Thomas :
the fourth here wth relutives. baby, of St. Petersburg, have been Mona and Blanche Alderman spent Jacksonville; Mr.' and Mrs. Nolan I I I. W. Dyal spent Sunday hero with
hero this week visiting her. sister, the fourth at the State Farm with CanoMt, of Waldo; Mr. und l Mrs. K. friends. 666

Frank Pomeroy, of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. W. Edwards. Dr. and Sirs E. R. Marshburn. F. Howdcn, of Jacksonville; Mr. and
The man who docs the most seems u ii prescription fut
Sirs Edwin Frazee of l.alco
ipent the fourth here with trends. ;
IIollls Frank Sir and Mrs. Dexter Kelly, of Arcadia always to have the most time to dolIome"thlng :Malaria Chills and Fever
V. Knight, of the University Mrs.' J. M. Mitchell, Sam and The
E. M. Davis and R. J. Davis spent of Florida, spent the fourth in Starke Mitchell, of Lakeland, Joseph Mal. ; Mrs. Anna Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. has time more. busy man I Dengue or Hilinim. Fever.
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the fourth in Jacksonville. with his parents, Col. and Mrs.' D. E. pas, Misses Mary Canova and Lucile Cyrus Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. lh rm>
Knight.Dr. Mitchell motored to Lake City Wednesday Clark, of Jacksonville. ----

R. J. Davis and family have moved to visit relatives. I. 1
Into the Chace cottage.S. W. F. Dunkle, presiding elderof D.\I'TIS l'A

the Jacksonville district, will be Children from live to twelve yearsof Gospel Team from the Evangelistic : J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE
E. Kltch is in South Carolina the week-end guests of Rev. and one are Invited to a story telling Brotherhood of Jacksonvillewill .
spending a month's vacation Mrs. C. F. Starnes.Mr. hour next Tuesday afternoon at four huvu charge of the services both
o'clock, at the home of !Mr.' and Mrs.O. morning und night Sunday. These

Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler, and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, of .1. Griffin, on N. Walnut street. services will, be inspiring and there j I
spent Tuesday in Starke with her pa- I Jacksonville, spent the week-end at Mix Sara :Mulpas and !Miss Ethel will bt- special music.KVAMitaisnr .
rents, Mr. und Mrs.V.. II. Green. 'Klngsley lake with Mr.' and Mra. E. Griffin.will entertain with stories. I

l Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Kukliter, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsnm had as
are spending the week ut Klngsley Mrs. Sid Johnson and son, Sid, Jr., guests for the fourth, !Mr.' William A. Gospel| 1 Teams will visit the Heil-
lake. of Plant City, are !guests of her pa- Hendry of West Palm Beach; Mr.': bronn church ant the State Prison : STARKE FLA.
I rents, Mr. and :Mm. William Struth, and !Mrs. Roy Johnson and children, Farm Sunday afternoon at U o'clock. :

I F. E. Robinson and family, of Tarn- 'Sr. and Miss Alto Newsom, of Jacksonville. These teams will be composed of men
from the
Jacksonville and New I HivcrAssociations. I "
are spending ten days at Kings-
pa '
Miss Besides the speakers : ,
lake. Edna Mills, of South Jacksonville
ley is spending the week at Kings- !Mr.cf: :Mr. Z. J. r.c'b'rt.II'! '. there will be song leaders for both! ,

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph ley lake with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. nrd Mrs. W. S. Yelvlnstton and little services., '

office. Robinson. Bonn, Billie O. and Alton J., of Hostingfl. I .MKl'llODISr I ;I
spent the fourth with their
i Mrs. A. C. Durden and daughter, Elder Thomas Huff, of Waco, parents, Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. I Dr. W. E. Dunkle, presiding elder HOW LONG CAN YOU

Miss Jeanette, of Tampa, are guestsof Texas, will begin a series of meetIngs Gardiner: returning home Monday.J. of the Jacksonville district. will be
:Mrs O. L. Beasley. at the Prevatt schoolhouse, here today und hold u business meeting '
, Monday, July\ 13th. All invited to S. Baisden stopped over in this evening (Friday) at eight KEEP MONEY IN

Mrs. Mamie Garris returned Tuesday hear him. Starke for a few days with his parents o'clock, at the church. All members>

, from Miami where she was the Mr. and Mrs W. W. Baisden, urged to be present. Reports from thu
i guest of Sirs\ Henry Freeman. Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph ,on his way to Pensacola where he Board of Stewards, Woman's :Missionary YOU POCKET
office. been I stationed at the U. S. navy hos Society and each church committee -

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and Chil-I pital. will be called for, reports. to
dren motored to Mayo Sunday !Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. 1 extend over the work of the pant .f
spent the day I and daughters, Jacqulln and Leila 11. !M. Snyder Is now a registered' three months.
are !guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. ,embalmer, having received his license I Saturday evening, at eight oclock,

Mrs. R. F. Clark entertained a few Biggs at their Kingsley lake cottage :from the state several days airo. Mr. I Dr. Dunkle will preach at Emmanuel
friends lust Thurs- Snyder is with the D. C. Jones undertaking church.
at a croquet party
day afternoon. R. B. Witkoviski and son, Leo, establishment, giving Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. n full
:Mr. and :Mrs. :\leRap and son, of I Starke two morticians under state I attendance requested. I

Gary Ennis of Turn pa, spent tho Jacksonville, spent Sunday at the license Preaching by Dr. Dunkle ut 11:00it. :
week-end with his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Matthews cottage nt Kingsley lake. m. and U! p. m. Sunday.At LOJ'O
Morgan. R. H. Robinson and A. II. Hall spent the Liiwtey Methodist church, ,
Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek Mr. and Sunday afternoon nt :1:10:i::< ai lnek I'r.'
the fourth ut the home of Mr.' and
Sirs\ E. K. Ferryman and Em- !Dunkle will
Mrs. Bryant Hodges and baby, of son, !Mrs L. S. Hutto. Sunday afternoon, preach. ,
mott, Jr., are at home again after Prayer steeling next Wednesday Ir n dr'Ti ;
Jacksonville, is the guest of her Mrs.' Hall accompanied her husband ,
upending two weeks at luke. at 8:00 o'clock.
mother, Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. Kingsley to Tampa where she will spend some evening :
The ladies of the Methodist chur..hwill
Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Mrs time. food mile the
Mrs. Max Wimberly, of \Yaldo( Knight, give a Saturday,
James Shepard and children are Illth inst., at !Hull's store. Proceedsto
the week here with her
spent parents, spending the week at Kintrsloy: lake, Mr. und Mm. T. J. 'opP4lIl, of San apply on repairs at the parsonage.Remember .
air and Mrs. A. II. Green.
occupying the "White-Peek" cottage. Antonio, Texas, are guests: of his parents the date, July 18th.PUESHVTEKIAM .
Mr.\ und Mrs. J. )('I. Poppell. Mr.\ The money that you dont carry with you you
Miss Elise Jones is visiting her John Shriver and daughter, Miss i and Mrs E. R. Poppell and children, : can't spend and can't lose. If you carry your
Williamson in
Mrs. A. D.
aunt, Marguerite Miss Ava Lou anti Jim, of New -
Louise Fernandezand Smyrna I
in pocket seldom have
Erndenton. The session of the church hat been surplus money your you
others returned :Monday after. were ulna "' ..k..nrl truest of11': .
noon from a trip to Hollywood making and Mrs. J. II. Poppell. sere"s a surplus long. Besides, while it's in your pocketit's
Harold Wall und Lewis Hebard of
the the losing interest.It .
Jacksonville, spent the week-end journey in Hollywood bus I the pulpit during thu absence of Dr.

with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall.Mr. Mr"\ E S. :Matthews and dallJhter.1 Tucker on vacation Rev. Klt'klitt-r f
Mrs.\ Oscar Alvarez and son, J. 0., ;Miss Florence, will leave will preach on each Sunday morning doesn't matter how small the surplus is. A

and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow are f'hace.guests Mr. of Alvarez her mother, Mrs Lalla rhutham, Ontario, win-re they go to I "ruinmenclng .July 18th. No service dollar will open an account here and, once opened
and children left Thursday for their was also hereSun.lay visit :'olrq. :Matthew's brother, Felix will he hold at night.
new home in Cocoa. Sunday afternoon.but returned to Jacksonville Witkowi. !Kuii-n: :Matthew uml'! Next Sunday the Sunday K<'houl, it grows,

I I will bo held at 10 o'clock a. m.

Judge\ A. Z. Adkins and family Prayer meeting will bo held ""chV"lnc.sday
Mr. :Mrs. J. W.
and White and Mrs.
\ at K o'cloi'k.inlring .
!have moved out to their cottage at I evening
George C. White motored
to LIM I the nhsi'iutnf :Mr.'
Kingsley lake. Oak Tuesday and while there were THE new Kelly Cord I is Truby BANK OF STARKEThe

guests of Mr.\ White's brother, R. L. more flexible than any ttub't. il I Gonstipa'hn t Guru
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph and S. J. White, and their families. j"-eious cord lire. The Integral I In I i u .n\ Days
office. LAK-FOS) WITH 1' :"SfN" is u Sl" ciullo' Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
Head constructionnot / l-inii'-l..ixalivofor. I Hiihitu I i1I
| preparedSyru|>
Mrs.'' Annie Richard and son, Morgan
The B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a swim. only makes the carcass I ConoUIJI1! un. It r"t." !: v' < < priuii'y' .wJ. I 1'
Mr.\ and Mrs. Bruce Norman of I '
I should< be taken ruitul.irly for 11 to i\\ days
at Kings-
riling party Monday evening /flexible but makes it
Jacksonville spent the week-end as more I'to induce regular ut lion ittitm111uhiie'slllll/ : ,
ley lake. guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. pos.-ihle to use a flexible i I Regulates. Very I'U-nsmit, "M 'r.iktmiu .
S. Matthews. tier' Ixiiile. -
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, of Jack- tread.

sonville, were week-end guests of Mr. Misses Nancy, Ella and Sue Williams This means an easier-riding I

and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Jack Hines, of Jacksonville; tire, while the rutfftdne.ss : .
Robert Stubba, of Birmingham, Ala.;
of the tread ,
Miss Iris Epperson was a recent and L. L. Sullivan, of Atlanta, spent means a
guest of her sister, :Mrs. G. A. Anderson the fourth at Kingsloy lake. lon er-nt.'aring tire.
If you hate never used Kelly I.
F. F. Stump and little daughter
Misses Mary\ and Annie Lou Alio- Evelyn, have been on a motor trip I ;, now is a good time to

brooks! of Oxford, are guests\ of Miss this week to Leesburg, Eustis and be ln. If ,roe already know

Edna If utto. New Smyrra, where Mr. Stump has Kell\s.. take our word for it SALE i

business interests. that the Kelly I Flexible I
:Mr. and :Mrs. Raiford Eppersonand
baby were guests several days re.ctntly Mm. :Mart Luc-key and four children Cord is the best tire I Kelly JULY 13 to JULY 18 1925 ''

of :Mr. and Mr..*. W. J. Epperon. of LaBelle, Mrs. George Chase ha. ever built.Fireproof. ,

and children, of Palatka, were guest! rf
last week of Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Stan- s+ Lumber, Sash and Doors' 10 per pent off
Miss Cassie White and niece, sell. I
25 off j
Paints and Brushes cent
for Hill- per
Etholin White, left :Monday e
girt, N. C., where they will
remainder of the summer. Thflma Snellgrove, Charles Lucian I[ Fishing! Rods, Reels and Baits 40 per cent off
K'cklitur: and Junior :MacDonald are I

I in Del.nnd this week attending th'- DISCOUNT APPLIES ONLY ON AMOUNTS OF $1.00 OR MORE
Albert II. Freeman, :31. I>. i I Florida, Baptist Assembly.: l
Announces the removal of his
office from I Contracts for deeds, chattel mort- '

St. James Did?. Jax, Fla. ,.,"''''r,....r Our Lumber Yard and Stock is For Sale
to I -

Holder Bldff. Ocala. Fla. ITCH ,


Diseases of the Eye Ear Killfd In Thirt Minute With Par. I Garage j
a-rit-f.ride iO ienr, nt Mitchell'-i ,
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M .VI.LORJONES: SHOT II '-he tcd, him Pickc-U said that''j
I in *'ieat multitude
10 UE.TH1' PANAMA cot-linn
there had been a shooting crape. ... ." .. ''
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FARMERS and FARMING I PARK UJ.. II. STUUNkOccurred Pickett, in company with W. E. Edge, rTL ll *..*: l>. ..!.. vt. i..lC \LMvw'dt
a deputy sheiff, searched about the W.i" .
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Sill) InK ut Home ot Mrs. prc-minc-H until 2 o'clock yesterday i wS :

Lor.tmcScuinan.. Conflicting Storiesof moining. Failing to find any trace of Proof that Ilia: : coirp'ctc: c J. C

Murder Are old; self Defense I' Jones, they went to their homes. Yestcrday of a I.IOn: wo,-::in, i.icU'injj: :
FARMERS/ AND iKL'CKLUS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE | In ttlven Police b) Alleged Killer. 'I moining they took up the dice i, ttoclwir-"', rlioc- und un ie-

ARTICLES OF FARM:! EXPERIENCES AMI METHODS FOUNI> 111O I bvarch' again and found him lying 'fte.ir: mny vvc.tjh, as Htt'C\ as1:: "

lib lik.l: l/llEI I I 10 mlt; CO UNfY. I j I Jacksonville, July' 5. Mallory dad l / in front of the woman's huuju. oM.. I i'l3: \-.. .'.'vns! to ''
Junes, ninth district constable grieve. 15 r M n- worn'i-i ;nl Ler J
1 was His gun and hat were beside him.Doctors S.
-- -- -- chan."I"! i.", calo'f her ill: s
shot. and killed "
Friday night about Jut who examined the body
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n, ay
', ; i iI clock the home of Mrs. Lorraine said Jones had been dead since about at top <
HOOKWORM IRKM MKNT: I \IU.\S ";-1101'1.1): HEI I cor-'ni't. Tl : low--cc--d I I", .- if 'j
1IELP& 'IOM: IIMMO.NS.RO : ( : i I I litlt.NEU: flit HI' RIED TO Seaman, of 1'unamu 1'aik, and John 1 10 o'clock Finluy night in their opinion pirtully! jus.ificd by t'.iis f....'., to \

(. \> IMO: REAL RoY Cl: :RU DISEASE SPREAD 11. Strunk, telegraph operator, is being i wmrli your doctor v' s.i t. : ">.: i\1\

1 I held, charged with the murder. ] Pickett and Edge reported finding By Arthur ssrLtsmne. .. Cuncer attacks wo.ncn more often
(By Spud. Johnson) Many communicable disease of Authorities said the shooting was i of the body to police who communi- -- -- "' than men, a..4 cancer of the bica.t.

I don't believe thut I have ever seen farm animals; are spread from farm the outgrowth ot a love ulTuir of the I cated with King. The county detec- COOLIDGE ON THE RADO.: dreadfully frequent In civUlzetfcountr1o !! ,

a boy "conic out" like (Old Slim Tim-1 I In- farm, due entirely to the improper two mon with the woman, who is a I, live found $468.To on Jones' body. is quite unknown among

mons' boy, Torn, has. Tom has always> i dispOMil of carcasses of animals that divorcee. trunk, who is also divorced, I Strunk was arrested and docketed THE FARMER'S SHARE. female savages that wear no c':' ...-

been thin, pale und >sickly until a few .I have died of these diseases. Fowl was the rejected. suitor, while Jones, at the police station on a murder THE 21-OUNCE DRESS. ing above the wai.it. Sunshine

weeks ago, but has recently began to 1 cholera, hog cholera, anthrax and a married man, was u welcome visitor charge at 7:20: o'clock yesterday scorns: to keep cancer away.
and develop into a real boy. 'I according to authorities. OLD SWIMMING: HOLES. -
grow | hemorrhugicsepticemia in cattle area morning by J. J. Barber, Oartow Lee Amundsen is back from "almost
Llstlessness, paleness and laziness few examples of diseases which Nobody knew that Jones had been and Lee Harrell, patrolmen. ------ --- ---- ---- --- to the Polo," and if he lives and
have und have been replaced by I killed until his body was found The Agricultural Department
guile 1 may be fprend in this manner. yesterday I! The woman was nocketecl at 8:20: can raise the money he will start.
life and activity. There arc two methods of properly about 0:30:: o'clock about two \Veth- shows that in 1'!>Z4 the (u.-mers averaged again. His ambition is to be the
I o'clock and charged to: A. A.
Tom was at my home the other ,I disposing of asses-by: burning hundred yards from the front of thewoman's a profit of :21 cents a bushel only man t1Iit! ever Ftocd "on both
and I naked him what had happened I house I ington, city detective. Later King removed on wheat and 28 celt a bushel "
j and the earth.
Fifty-first of
ilny, near
J or by buriul.! Small carcasses are besttlQittrOyei tops
her the jail and about '
to lost
1 county Many on e\-
and I I i n corn. money
make him start t :Mum
to <> grow htieets. Strunk was arrested
When the u '
by burning.. carcass 11 o'clock she released from bushel others made than
was cus more
coal mechanical -
become robust."I 'I is burned, the disease are few minutes later at his 617 Laura In English i :Lies
!L took a treatment for hook all destroyed, hence the farmer should street home, unaware, he said, that tody. .ie average. cutters and carric.-s of coal arc
added "bep I Mrs. Seaman i. :37 old, she Farmers that raised potatoes on drlvinf: out m-n by the thousands..
worms, ho replied, and make practice of burning all I he had killed Jones. Self:: defense is I : "
lot too." I a carcasses 'I told police. She was divorced two the average actually lost money, "The truth shall set you free,
feel better his
I ,
lieve me, a pica.
: possible of animals which die I and would have ben better off if snthe Bible. Science IS the
from II. C. Seaman
L. Old Slim's family had always been on the farm, says Dr. A. L. Chealy, > The killing recalled to many the years ago last May they hadn't planted a potato. truth, anti you realize what science

rather careless about use of a good veterinarian for the College of Agriculture slaying on Juno 24, 1U23\ : of Robert H. I who conducts a clothing store A good wheat speculate, knowing hu- done to set humans free when

sanitary privy. Part of the time they of the University of Florida. ,1 Shuckleford:: deputy sheriff, by M..... I in Wajcross, Ga. | that the prosperous class wanted you look at the pictures of women
used an old rickety closet that was Daisy B. Vaught his alleged i Strunk is 51. He was divorced a work in English coal
In burning carcasses, cross! trenches common La Follette badly beaten, and that used to
open to (flies, pint, chickens, und sometimes -I should be dug about one foot deep so law wife, us it was just two years I year ago, last December. He has was: sure to put up the price of mines, crawling on their hands and

they didn't use any privy at that n fire can be built under the carcase i, and two weeks ago that Shackle-ford I worked here four years as a tele- wheat, could easily buy a million knees through the narrow passages

all. and draft can lie obtained. The 1 was killed. The woman was later I giupher and has lived in Jacksonville bushels of wheat early in the campaign an iron chain around l their
scattered ubout seven lIe came here from and sell it at profit of necks. passing under their bodies
Hookworms began to get fire should be built at the place where freed. Big", sums of money were found years. a one
I Ocala where he moved from Pennsylvania million dollars. and fastened to a small coal car.
around the place, and since they are I the trenches cross in the center, and on both the slain officers. Over $iUOO
not bin enough to be seen, the family the carcass should be placed directly :I I was on Shucklufot'd's person and I his birthplace in 1896. It was a lucky farmer that could Turn from that picture hands of a
pulling coal on her
I Jones lived Twenty-fifth and raise five thousand bushels of woman
was ignorant of their presence. the fire It should be neatly $, 00 was in Jones' pockets.I near mechanical
over supported modern
and knees to
Main streets with his wife. wheat and cell it at a profit of
Tom would wade In the wateraround I lloth Strunk:: and the woman were
by. two pieces of piping or other coal carrier, moved by electricity.
thousand dollars.
T the place after a rain, and metal material. I I I arrested but Mrs. Seaman:: was later Justice Coppedgc will conduct an one

j pretty soon would of Indiana
If the carcass is cut and No man can guess what powerto Patriotic citizens con-
open said.
Infected with hook- returns from Atlanta, King
lie was becoming und it said she will :
was be
a well the radio tribute $12,500 to James
speak over preserve
worms and didn't know It. They suck |I will kerosene be completed poured internally more quickly.If burning. I'I'I I state's witness. I The justice is expected back today or mean in years to come. may Whitcomb lUley's "Ole Swimmin'

ed his life blood, sapped his vitality I Strunk, held at the county jail, tells tomorrow. The other night bridge partieslaid Hole." That's worth while; sentiment -
and kept him from growing like a two large logs are available, the a story of the shooting which conflicts I Jones had been in Jacksonvillesince down their cards, women on is beautiful.

nrrmnl boy should. piping may be placed across them I with the woman's version, as given 1910. farms stopped the late cleaning The (government ought to spend,

Just before school closed, the county instead of across trenches, and the to und quoted by investigating ofllccrs. I James C. Jones and Fred Jones, up of dishes, their husbands came a few thousand times $12,500 to
health nurse came to the schoolhouse fire placed directly under the carcass. 'I, l his brothers, drove here yesterday in from evening chores, tens of fill up a lot .of mosquitoes' old

1 one day with county home demo Little difficulty will be encountered in J. C. Durrunco and Robert Mcls'a-'front Stuike in Bradford county, on millions listened to the President's swimming holes, swamps and

onstration agent, and they made a burning II carcass if the file is kept 1 mee yesterday were retained by learning of his death and were given clear, incisive matter of fact voice, other breeding places of malaria.
in fashion the importance Some of the that President -
discussing plain money
health examination of the children, at directly beneath it. I Strunk:: us defense counsel, Charles.I full details by Detective King. of national economies and Coolidge and Secretary Mellon

the school. They found that Tom, In the disposal. of carcasses by ,I I M. Dui ranee, state's attorney, will I W. C. Jones, another! brother of the laying down, to the satisfaction of are going to save might well be

along with a number of other- children I burial, a hole at least four feet deep :I I prosecute.At 'dead man, lives here conducting the every hearer, the simple truth that spent wiping out disease, deserts

had hookworm disease. I should be dug for dc-ud hogs; it should :I the county jail yesterday! I I Duval Harness iind Supply Company, the people's money belongs to the and swamps on Uncle Sam's great
They persuaded the parents of the be ut least five feet deep for the carcasses Strunk first declined to discuss the ,)!16() West Adams stieet. rEO PLE. farm.

children to let them go to the county I of larger animals. Place the I.,I case with a Times-Union reporter, i Oliver Jones, of Dade City, is a

health officer and be treated( for hook. carcass in the hole and cover thor- ,I saying his attorneys had advised him fourth brother. It was an innovation when Woodrow American officers that went to'

worm. Tom said it was a very simple oughly. Apply unslackcd lime before' to make no statement. However, he Besides his wife, Jones is survived Wilson, so perfectly dressed, England to play polo against the

treatment they gave him, and didn't covering and disintegration will hu I I said an account of the occurence glv- ''by his brothers and patents, Mr. and drove to the Capitol and talked British officers heat the British,

hurt. Said he had to stay in bed nil more rapid and complete. This lime |11:11 yesterday afternoon was so inaccurate Mrs. J. T. Jones, of Starke and a slitter direct to Senators, Representatives, and the polo military title staysin
the Court United States. That is
and others. the
will also Mrs. Jessie Prevatt, of Hamp Supreme
one day. destroy disease Use i
germs. that he decided to talk. "
"Wonderful audience, the world good. But why are Americans enlisted -
Well sir, they theme children only "quick" lnckc-d lime slacked 'I ton.
way un Mis. Seaman lives in a bungalowon said men sent over to act as
have developed since that time Is lime will not have any effect. 'I "'iCtyI I'st street, about one block | Funeral Services Held Sundjv But it was no audience at all' f' rint ?
.i proof enough of the value/ of the :I If the carcass is not disposed of by cast of :Main street. Fifty-first streetis Jacksonville, July IAn inquest

'f treatment. v..r'hnllyl1'OUlld/ here is : one of the above methods, but rather the highway' which leads to North I into the killing of Constable Mallory

:' commenting IIn it. Other members of I m carried to some "outoftheway"place I' Shoie Bc-ac-li. The woman's home ill 'Jones Friday night with which John! '

Tom's family have decided to take the on the farm for buzzards, dogs the second house. I III. Strunk l is charged will be held the

: treatment also, and Slim is going to etc., to dispose of, the disease germs Strunk went there yesterday just 'latter, part of this week, probably

fix up a sanitary prhy.SUMMI.U may be carried for great distances before dusk, he said, at the request I Friday, authorities said last night. il Our Cross-
the I Jones was buried yesterday. ,\ ora Puzzle
by buzzards and dogs. of the woman, who. ho said had writ-
.. :l fAKK 01') J'l'I.I.ETMIt Even if death was not caused by a ten him to come. She told him Jones I J. C. Coppedge, Sr., justice of the

communicable disease it is still Important peace, in whose district the slayingI
would arrive in few
:: Is from the growing pullets. that a minutes, he ,
that; the. carcass bo disposed continued hu I occurred, is due to return this morning
we expect to make the renter percentage so went some little distance '

of our I'rllntllul the profit of properly. I until Jones in rear had of the house und and waited Justice from Atlanta.Cuppedge prpsides over the This cross-word puzzle, arranged i won't mind that, and when it. is correctly
? are dependent upon the management come departed, I by Fred S. Crawford, is larger than
district which Jones served
the During CLEAN %lIllil-(. PRAC'IICES j i "Then, I went to the house again," as con finished we are sure you willthink
: during developing period. any recently published. However, it .
stable. Whether he will I
Gl\K LOW disqualify
the summer and earlyfall, it is H.U'IKUIAL COUNTThere I l I Strunk said, "and Mrs. Seaman and himself becauseof his former close is not as difficult as it looks, so don'tlet I it well-worth the time you

up to each and every poullryman to are four essential factors in I I I sat down to talk on the back porch. relations with his court officer is not the size of it frighten you. It will I spent on it. We'll be good to you this

see that their pullets develop normal I producing milk with a low bacterial There was a light on in an adjoiningroom known. take a longer time to work it, but if time and allow you thirty minutes to

-. Iy and do not receive any set-backs. count. The baiteim! count is one of "She which cast its rays on us. :Meanwhile, Charles M. Uurrancestate's you enjoy cross-word puzzles you work it.
was telling how Jones
Mr. N. R. Mehrhof Extension met
the vary important items consideredin attorney, assisted by Fred I II II II II
mistreated her and
poultrymun emphasizes that we must we were planning
determining the quality of milk. how .she could get from him King, county detective, is weaving. a __
be the watch for intestinal away -
on -
Sterilized milk utensils the first
is net of evidence about Strunk whichhe
worms, lice, mites, and fleas, sorehead and most important item in produc- when I noticed the top of a hat over hopes will prove that Strunk had i
the porch The
and colds. Any form of disease screen. porch is boarded I'i.1
7 ing milk, Iluinlm L. Brown
says extension 1 threatened the constable's life and
4.; or parasite will sap the life out of dairyman of the University [ up, several feet, to the screen. that the
killing was premeditated
the bird it weak and I "It was Jones and he called to ask
growing making of Florida. The buckets! bottles, cans, Mrs. Seaman who the On the other hand, Strunk's attorneys =
of low clean man was. She :
vitality. Keep everything
strainers, coolers, and all other vessels -:I replied 'I don't know that plan, it I is said, to show that _
and sanitary. Cleanliness is absolutely concerns _;
\ that milk through should I
pastes Strunk shot in self defense and thut
: I
essential.It 3,011 any. stood up so he could see
bo thoroughly cleaned and sterli/ed Jones
hud threatened his life.
is idea of I who I was and as I did he reached for s
a good to dispose surplus after each milking time. 25 2 21
Mrs. Lorraine Seaman, divorcee, :::
his I tired
gun. at
cockerels be once through
as soon ItO they can
next to sterlizcd
importance i! living near Fifty-first and Main
; marketed. The pullets will grow much I utensils is the denounces of the screen. :
cow. who first
was placed jail
in us an occurred -
better If they are by themselves. "Jones ran around the side of the _
udder and touts should be thoroughly I and the only witness to it and
house to the front I '
: Do not confine the growing .stock washed before each milking. followed him, L
who first was placed in jail a san
not that accessory I
to a small area. As a rule close confinement The milker's hnnds should be washed I my shoe had taken ,
to the murder, will be -
effect When he
reached his
t brings about intestinal para at frequent intervals. Careful dairymen automo I witness, it was said !She
1 I bile parked in front, he tired three : was I
V.4. brush off the each '
time before
sites.Keep cow 'released after she had signed a statement Ju -
; times. I don't know 3
the pullets ICruw 1111(. Do not milking with a horse brush to j I' shooting at he was which it is said will prove dam I :::
allow them to become stunted. Pro me.
.. prevent any loose dirt or hairs from I I j aging to Strunk in court. She was ,
: "Thinking that he
vide suitable mash scratch might return and
a growing ,
falling In the bucket while
I ? feed, feed clean fresh water milking. i'harm Mrs. Seaman, I posted myself also quoted by olncers as saying "lIe
- green: The third important factor is to II killed the only man I ever loved." I
milk If available, and don't forget to use tho. regulation fish mouth pail. about u block back of the house and The state's attorney's office also
provide shade against the broilingsun The I waited an hour or so He I didn't return -
construction <>f this bucket is has a letter found on the constable's
during the summer months. so I went home and went to
such as to reduce the foreign mate.
person which was written Strunkto
Success for the coming years' bed. The first I knew that I had killed by ,
: egg rial entering. the milk to a minimum. I :Mrs. Seaman, it is asserted. i 17. Insect
( production will largely depend upon The last important factor in controlling him was" this morning when I was I :trunk says that Jones took the letter 1. A strong rope or chain 1U.! Moveswiftly
the core and management that the the bacteria milk is arrested. :2. A beverage 20. Curve of
in to by fore" from a white girl employed ; part a circle
pullets receive' during their growing [ cool the milk to below 50 degrees and Strunk said that Jones beat the in a domestic by Mm. Seaman. A 3. Egyptian Sun God :22. Verse to the heroic

period. I| keep below this temperature until did woman not tell often them Authorities this. said she line of the letter is said to describethe 4. Pronoun, third person !': :-1. A swab used for cleaning the
,i. Period of time
consumed.The tears and I I 1 floor, etc.
I'IJTIUJ MACHINERY Jones anguish the woman ,
was shot once in his left side '
NOW TO PIIKVUNT RUST I proper cooling of milk and just above the heart. The caused him, Strunk, by her coolness. I 6. Consume 'M. Grain '-
I, keeping. at a temperature below 60 .38 calibre bullet froma Mrs. Seaman was not at the funer- 7. Doctor of Medicine (abbr.) I 21>. Recognize; admit; accept
"Now Is the time to paint your j I I degrees will influence the number of his automatic tore through nl nervues for Jones which was held 8. Red Cross (abbr.) 29. One who foretells the future

farm machinery," sims. Frazier : bacteria more than any other one I Fred body and came out in the back. .vesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock I y. The Supreme Being I I 30. Girl's name

Rogers, professor of agricultural engineering thing. However, the first three factors King, county detective, whoinv'lItltlat..d fi'om the chapel of Marcus Conant. 10. Borders; Rims I 31. Unable to hear

at the University of Flor will influence the < leanlintsi and reduce said she and qUt'stiun'IIIrll.: Seaman The services first were set for Monday lit.: Money or property given for the I :33. Father

ida. "Don't\ allow. lust to cause more the dangerous bacteria to a came to her house told him that Strunk morning at 10 o'clock but brothers permanent use of an institutionor 34. Boy's name
damage to implements and )minimum. against her wishes person or object I 35.;
your machinery und refused, of Jones in the city wishing to Conjunction
to leave
than wear. A little paint at I despite her be back in !Starke where the deadmnn' 10. Stiff cloth 37. Sonic of a number, class or total
the right time will prevent It lot of An nttiu'ho of the Florida Develop warning that "Mally: will he back andyouM mother Is said to be cirtically IS. Past participle of tread 30. Preposition

rust at the wrong time." I I ment Board boil occasion: to motor l botior" not be here when he ill, arrantred. to have them held yesterday au.) Grated 40. Organ of sight

A metal surface should be thoroughly from Gainesville to Lake City a few conies. afternoon. The Rev. A. C. Shu- 21. Imprisoned 42. Heavy, malleable substance

cleaned before paint is applied I days ago. The trip required only an Jones, after being shot, staggeredto ler, pastor of the Calvary Baptist 23. Equal parts (Latin) 4A& vocal sound made to frighten

k to it, according to Prof. Rogers, who hour and a half but even in that short King the front said of The the house and :fell, church, officiated, and burial was in i 21. A large, recently extinct bird of 43. A person who hunts seals

.. says that all dirt, grease and rust j I length of time fifty-seven automobiles -' county detective West Evergreen cemetery. New Zealand 46. A term used regarding automo

; must be removed. The dirt and grease from other states bound south, tention.thinks he Four tired his gun to attract at Pallbearers were: J. T. Rouse, P. 25. To work steadily biles when they are left standing

can be removed very easily with were passed on the road. : : exploded shell were Guy Crews, Ellis Pickett, H. H. 27. Beverage at the curb, etc.tI2I2.
round m it.
? warm soft water, while the rust can Bums and Jack Parfltt.As 29. Footgear:
: be taken off with a steel brush with TIJ Stop a Cough Quick' I Mrs. Seaman told King that the I "<2. Overflow
out much trouble. trouble. saw of Jones he was crawling the result. of many requests 36. Grain

'.0 Mix 20 pounds of red lend with I cough take HAYES'medicine ,HEALING. MOSEY) !: a away from the house to a vacant from its patrons for information 37. Greek word m'I1DillaaIr NN

-. gallon of linseed oil for a metal heeling the inflamed which 1 and stops irritated the cough tissues.A hy. 'ilot :across the street. |I concerning Florida and its opportunl-I 33. Yelp; Bark
paint. It: Is not necessary to Add a box!: of tROVES O-PEN-TKATE Pickett, a special officer whotissisted I ties the Free Public 30! Part of the foot 2T

: drier to this paint ns the lead, will SALVE for Chest Coldi. Head Colds and Jones in hU discharge oft I Haven, Conn., has asked the Florida 41. Each (abbr.)

t act as a drier. If a darker red is desired -1 t: Croup I Is enclosed. null every bottle of duties as constable for the ninth distriit Development Hoard to forward it 42. !Myself RO5ANt ,

add lamp black until the de- HADES' HEAI.IM: ; HONEY.: The salve over which P. C. Coppedge, Sr., i booklets and descriptive matter. A. 4:1.:) Musical Note
sired color Is obtained. should ha rubbed on the. chest and throatof a justice of the peace, presides, hadan A. Coult, General Secretary of the 44 Book (abbr.) BA GOF

g children suffering from a Cold or Croup. engagement with Jones at 8 Board, has suggested that the secre. HORIZONTAL I Ii

J An oil can, wrench tor hammer a The llmllnit! effect of lli..>.ves' Hralloit Hoiwy InIdctbtihriiitcnmblnMlMiih o'clock Friday night. Jones did not tories of the various Chambers of 1. A girl' name

hand Is worth two or three In the <:'brow( .e iKpea-Trai. S.lvt through the h..U.the..pom elftet of of show up, so Pickett went to Jones' Commerce throughout the state send 6. Rise out of !
7 bush-or in the fence comer. j' h. thin soon stot S cuugh store in the Cummer Mill section the New Haven 11. After the
... library copies of manner of
j' Both r>iMdU- p""ked" In OM cmrton aoii lh. :i
I:00& or the combliwd. cm i me at ititc looking :for him. Failing to locate each of their booklets and pamphlets. 12. To walk or step s E N R
s Orderly; marketing can only follow Just (ink your drugttist for HAYES him, Pickett then went to Mrs. Sea The literature will be filed in the 14. Fish I

orderly production. 1 HEALING HO.NFV:; man's house, Jones' car was in front. Reference Department of the library. 13. _


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Ibniti' I kluilnn! ) month, _____________*H44.64 rlilttMI, and, HI I the of lilnv
: \\ i" mi,' 4 1 Usiifl I din'ntr) month' ______210306 >S. ?' "1 UK 0..1",1.aine appeals" of rconl I .utn of- I I mile, d th lay. in Ird said day uf Atii-ust. 1028 being the. Winter Pork--Maittatul to hnvt:

aJ,1i :s u .,..I.nll, InU, I lP23 ___.____uu. I9o"lni.triet ftr.. of the Cit rk of Circuit, l'our II e.f "Brad i i i It!ls Para E.month Sweat lo In answer the thl afore-comi now bank thia falL

Na. 4Hnl ford County Florida I ha\e ", upon and .t.t.:: ; ., tho complainant;I :Wlt proceed
Ii, ,.' 1. ]1925------------------ will sell .
on Monday the
led liny of A I lexiiarl*
: T< i. ii-, ,)luiinir, ;..ni.--. .- =:::=:::: 550J A. f>. 1"2A. durin., tho local bonn nf tgqsi alo !l It Is further ordered that a of : NOTICE I'

J i u i'. i 'I.ii ., loaned during, month ______ 20.00 thereon. in ". the emirtl'ouiio in "tnr'' e. unlir Iw IIhH.h"11; one n week copy eiiibt .hl
:ptaticusA I It .I Iii'y' I 1. 1)125) __n___. 01.IS Brniir.id Count. Slut,. nf Morila' lo ,the siciitlte tveeks In the,.HrBdfnrd 1.1 ,.* ,
: n.trlct, K.. 5 hiulunt' iinil I lii-.t b:...'.. I Ilii-iefor for eni,h, the raih' a newspaper published County In 8t .k.. IN TiE CIKUJIT COURT IN AM I ruif

I'll l 'Inn, 1. 1028. __.______.________ W7.5I t."lno, .leerllii* .d '',. 'm Pent fnt'i County I llradfenl, CO\ly. Florida.! I 'I''OHI IOUNTY FLORIDA. IN II.V.N.fr.l.URlinK .
IIrn i *l'i ,. ..ltd .diirlntf. month ____..__ 25.3B Witness (
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Unl lily 1. tP WH. _____ 101.19 8 uth half of Lots 5 anal A. and I la1st day of .
during, the nionlh la..t a- i -u North fUo \
LESSON: \ -aiiio .
111I"LIUUED: :MEN year \ J C If ;tRUNIT8.; .
I W.lrlrt 1'1.. < feet of Lot *. and all of !.ot 7 etcept, tho : W. ALPBRMAN. aaH
..rung, t.<> IVUr H. ,Miller Collectorof I Hal, June. I. 1B25 ________..._______ 147.01 Sooth 10 feet allln Block ".\" of N. J. .Tone* (iSial Clerk of Mal Court of Brad >MII mid till, hlu.ly. If In lt
And Riviltit durlnv. .,,.nth _. ..._... 418.48 ", tint) if il.nU ,' IIKIRS
so Elbe's -.11111)1, h.iil' h"PI"Rr- Internal Revenue. June 192":!:> pay- Addition to the Town of Stnrke. FlorUln.nld County florliln. t l.w.
Wnrrantn 'Inueil during month ...__ lands to sold by me for the VS or. A. KltflflllT.i PI1VISKFS: AND AS- I
ren Fiahcr.As : mcnt* amounted to $J,12.t,71D.20:! n" flu! Inlv. 1. -- ---.------ 488.8S of "aforoaaid jmlument "U'I'O'I. or doficlrney Cl"kAttortivy IC.NS : THE DRVI9BES. LIFtS .

I tinned, biuk the age< of tl1<' I I compared with $1,(\ 8,029.71 last' I I IPiiI.\ I... tile. 1Ral rJ and which paid Bbov* deterllied I J. M. CA8H1N. DPU'l FRN\NT8: .ANt REMAINaJKRMKN. -
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last few months I 'unc t. mas. -_________-___-.- 149.4S lands the lien thrnf for CIInln nt. 6-I.t.4 Ind.r the Wi of LOUISI
I wondered why I ,\"i ar. j I Re i-lpta diirlna month .___h __.__u 8B,4t W. J. WPPF.RSOV __ "I.lt.01"1" 0.\ / .

had not realized it before. The fact "The figureR dlmon.tratbeyond %Warrant lutirit during month ...... \. ''hoi.r of Dr.Mo.1 County Florida. ORDER FOR PUDL1CAT1OIM I lOrilT..I. belora the .
I I Ilnl July 1. 1825------------- OK ( '
that she had received a wire saying dispute the wave of prosperity Florida No. ( 1 l7.M.trlrt In Cllul ,'Ollr. Bltihth Judicial Clru1tl "f liir..lfcr.i, 'OtSTJUDUm.. lorlda

her lo\cr would not arrive the morning it enjoying, as the increases in I !!a1. June I. 1825. -- ._-.-__-_____... 9.1'SR"e'I'ta NOTICE COI'). ". In Ch. .. Hiul; rrrurdcl; Uccimlwr: -I/
OF .
J. F. ( J .n UtMiHtcr, of wills I and .
month .. ... 78.98 ) '
after I reached the Divines and : -- -- 01. mplln.nt i
tax payments this year over the ( %'. tad Uaupd:: durinil month:; ... ... '5 Ii.t.ha. No 1. "pave 0. of .110 I "

again, the queer way her face had same period last year are truly phenomenal Bal July 1. tn"5' .__________.__u___ 88.02 virtue NollCe of is thnt hereby certain vlven execution thnt under Issued and out by of Grunt W. Cole et al. I Cmirt IU'. U.voHit HiVI3iKSND;' : ;tho 1151 ItS \S. <,

gono white when she read Mrs. Fish 111'lillpr said. M.trlet Na. tOverdraft the Circuit Court of Floriiln* 811 to Rcmoxo Ctmid. I I NI. .f
I Brndford '.Onlv. < \7.MN.
June I. 1885 _.._ _...__ 11 the 110 1 101'111" !
I In that alU-itatlonr. of
.I certain herein John
er's letter. Why then she have cntino Shrlver apl'.orlnl l.nt'II' .. \NN. Oil
must ) iltir'nif. month ... ...... 80 ,
n..II.f trad. InUcr, I comp.nlnt In th abova "e,1 I I 00' I
as Compnny. I. nnd Ist I:
IIR lit.
suspected that Warren Tihprn< the Scissors, may be used to cut such \.nn., (1'.1,1! dtlrlnit month --..__ '0.00i H. C nrunlnir I U def,'ndnnt. I 1lnlnlr I noon I that ttv Hira and nwUlt.nct\ of the ilofvtulntita. i I Oltisr: ((51NSMN\NsI \ N. ,tvetis OH '.
, imiMiokcd fnod rnllI n.1 .1,1, 1 2S ------------ SO.01 and lo.wil I (leery, W. ('ole, tI; W. i : I &
one who Fad caused all of the i'inbar-,j a< colerv, lettuce, i I ; will -t'il to the blithest bidder for LIvinwHtiin. | td.I foimerly of l I.AWIlA I : 'It,
: llUlrlet N 10Pnl :
lid. I) Hrown, Jacob ;
C Un.wn .
,, .
cash. In front ford
of the Court Houso
door in i .
rassmi'iit nnd for whosu. ungallant ixhc1pint appliMirul in 1 n .limal!I.>w... ) .Tune I I. !! SS. __.____-_ ---__ 2a.ll Slarke. !!.. County Florida, on Monday Mrown. N. W. tlackct, and A. t *''oll.r'tl.rd .,' iirma: u,12\' lAw iinetit uBvwii.4 I'll; : ; J

behavior I had been asked to leavo I Thio MIVPS time I anti .i,,1-! i. .nu" fmir- Ri'ei fpti du.ln. month ..- _-._._. .- 17.04 Ailuunt Ird..lo.1) the same helnv a lentil I unknown 'and that there la n. p.' I' the' V.MH8KiNs. ..f .
j I Wtrrnnl. liutuiil durlnir month -- -. sales day and between the bunt hours of ..1. ''tut- of .. known to 'nwlnln.nt, thai' \IH>l.lMt UltOl.su I'(.(\U'AVI. ; .
the Divine er". Rnl Itily I. 1'I2R!' .._ ___ 8'SIO the fol'oulnir described nnl-estnte? and |Mirsonal I awn'too of I ..bpn. upon whom would hind r ,i.l'Sl'\\M' PKO1.SHA1UN.! ,

Just Ellie I '.trlet No. It ) In Bradford Florida, HUM) .. that it la bo I lu veil. by tn hi-t right.
then entptetl the y o\\n I ,
mom. I 1,1. :. _... properly county n..1 ua l'uattv
Juno 1. 1025. -- --- -- ___. 411,14i to-wit : t th, complainant that tlu nald nm,1, d.-1 I I I "i., l ,.Mr..i. ,.t I OH\U.
She sat down leisurely in a chair: opposite i Ki-cilit.; .holn. mnnth* n__. ._ 80010U'nrrnnta r..nd.nt an* Intcrvatud In the property In 1 lot I II l: IUlll.'
.. ., ____ Real rotate described as : Ten acre | .1 IN7.\\N. ami of ,
) during month __ tolo" thIs ault. and complainant dma .. .
mine, looked at nip sadly andremarked 01 |l'.l'| \
off of the side diflianrtl.
nf the
I n,1 July 1. I-----------------------) 1 721.04 rant ". tttsrt'rof not know and by dltltrent a *arch, has not bern I I I I 1 Itt< U. ur II..." ,/\INN. KlorMil.
"r'IIoff of mismntctl husbands m.trlct No. northwest' tiuarter' of section evtonteen ((17)to ) Me to aacortttln' of the 'I'y
I I whether any 'I lilt lllii: ,$ .
for life. You talk about Mil June 1. 1925. _.___ ._.._____.. 4.1 I .nshln seven I 17), south ianuu txsenly ((20) anti aro dvnd or and that It m e"en.I'1. \ r.sSD( \ / | \w. 1 lIlt.. j
alv. or
mmppreciitod ( east. I \I' HKD.I
.... .. 1"1'/11.
K.'coll| month ._. hy complnlnnnt In aworn bill that h* l'iit'lSlt
wives but the neul 'itpcl Wiirrnnf, )*durnl( l iltltlna. month ___... Pomona! rrnperty descrllivd as follows ) Two belloa: tlmre aro persons Intrrouted' In thai I I I i.llsr\V1;\ ': ( tswo\ ( of :

husbands looking for delicat> atten- Hul, .1,'% I 10SR -_ ._ __ ___ 311478 mute .n.' milkv plow one h""y. ono sinulowairon properly ln\olv in this .h. I I dl..d. Into of ( both. I
.ul. Cotintr
one dottbl one mB- n.M..1
M.trlet N.. Unnl mo"ln. 1..1. and
"aIUI. or contra arc or atroa I|I Florida '
tion So much ) chine are worse. mole' com Uw2eJ4YhnL Tuni1. *023---------------- 88801n.'OrliMn are unknown to complainant: : ', M |
plicated. Wnit until the next sorrowful = )) .lurltiii month _hh_ 1B2.71XViiininlii nnd i ther farmlim ImiiUmintn which I nald bill! r'lt't' I. prayed auulnat .Ad'II. lit) ti S |It I1.(1 AND. Ml-
'ii art I If
Imiiiril durtnir month ..____ hataken Into my possession nnd made levyon. II. anil unknown \1. I Ir. ,
poraoiui Ttttreftru It lai ill il II I, I tlun (I n .'" liLt Its I
benedict tries to hold hand. .
Hit 1 /! 807.81 r'o '
my Inly 1. 1925----------------- that all In thIs n.der.
He persons n.n..1 A' I I. \\> I.
favorite DKI8KKS:
never as a I w. AN1)
appears J Fprnisov

I'm throught""But < ..i*>4 I l in the fashionable, show, but he'I ". I Hill June I. 1(125() .trN'14 n__.._.._ 178.1 7-8-Bt-7-1l Sheriff Bradford ('.toty,, Plor daNOTICfi Interest,If lt, ii,,,under and if the dva.I. .I I.r"named.. cln..nln. any, if.\.;Ii K.NSUH1CN UTf. tot, .'. WAII.

Ellie, what I can't un.&>i-Uuul, I welcome to watch the blowoutf H.H.IP'B' .Iur.n.. mnnth ....-___. H2.2 nforiKnld. deceased or otherwise : and that. all1 I I iiiutH. \ if <"kad. '
,* durlnir, month ...... OP EXECUTOKSALE I.\\ 1 :VISml'f:
is he if W".nnl. whoraaoavar .
why picked on me- I he pays fer a ticket to goWe Hal Pomona ..m. or n.mva.UK ANI \::' .
Inly 1. 1023------------------
or ntiva and nniilonc are baunknown .
"You mean if I were IJIIIIMU' !; luv.iyfor ; stand him along with the Nor.. N*. IIOxerdrnft 821.4 IN UEt Ealate to enmplnfnniit. that .1..0. areintcrrpt'tI d'I'I.IINI. "in lift and If il
of deceased.Nntlco hU
him and expecting him every I yappers that stay outside of the Juno ________._ 18.06R'r.'lpto Is hereby Mary given Hopkins that w*. John I ITT In thi. h..I".r d..rlb,-d o .' 11.: irKtKjJT: ASaiONStnd LAW.

minute in Miami. Well any girl who : rIng! but-In spite of his comic I, ,durIng month ____ ...__ 128.80 tow and Stain, f.lvinirston. Rxeeutor and erty' or aiiv tort, tharvvf lyinir and b.ln prp ,\ '. t111 I: 1'KimONS.
Warrant ftiBUpd durlnir month ...__ Hi,ad ford county di-acrinvd. folJowai Fl ,
I whickers-he's the salt of the ._____ ._ ____ RtreutiK rospectKi of the estate' of Rfsry FI".h. lIStS ( )
nol July 105S __ 'OIU'OI'ltNI.
thinks she's first in the nTfrptioii of a I R8.8 Hopkins 1 lato of Brndfoid Iv. Florida, Lota Ont (0)) Thre (131 and. lot frlvn I'liimUnuby., ( .
earth, by jth1llie's Diet,,., No. ISPal COIn < >. 0.0..1. a portion In I th* Soutlit>a.t cornerb.In Ih..u.1 lndeI
married >be mailcridiculous. will make apnlicntlon tiny one or ",
mun, can expect to > I I June I. 102(1( ______ 818.87 0..1. on II0nd"v. d.r.I.n"
n thlrtitn (tilt feet north and and hertMti, at, ,,,
nf A.
After all, when you come never an artful trickster fl. r..li>t. .Iurln., month ___________n 152.1 n day m. thereon July I the n Honorable 1025. Oeo. Thlrtv-thni-(: > fwt) call and we..01.1. p or iitiv, [1'.net. ,of nainvd the the I.nd
I'I that feathers his nest with Wiiirantu' Intel durlnir. month .--.-- 0'.1.,1. portion of lot Seven ill diiaor1b aa follnw.itCommcnelnit In IMtl d..lb t
men of
right down to it, why should I be surprised 11)23-----------/ ___ 449.69 O"r.ln. County Judiz or Drc.o.1 County romplit nt : .
July I. T
-but knows how to feed the I Inl nt 1,1. office In ".. at at the northwvut ""rn.. ft txil. TIP ; who
at him making love to IOU 'r ,,Dl.trlrt No. 17Overdraft | Seven <17)) and run East 7 J'X ft--t thence WIOI.I' WOIU.I. J
"'a.k. Bradfonl County. 1lorldn. for an I I : ) p"u" ) I Interest
porkers that fatten inutile his ____. __
June 1. 16.66Rec.lt
other girl ? I hadn't as much 1021. nriler to at a prKato Cole for distributionlo ) South IJi'j Tut thtfticu West 'Iifltj feet. I unit .1 lumI. In this Hill f
any pen. We couldn't exactly call ,, | iluilnir ,, _. 3756iiirnntn heirs 11 : I I North U1"' point of Wulnnlnir.'nil .:' .::I.1.il: ,; :
at law and In compliance with th* : i ilraerlboil. dfnHIM.
claim him his wife and he \\ funned during mnnthBui ______ : 'tlo: ; -
on as was him n king in the social deck, ; !ai.t .I! nnd Ustnmcnt of the said Mary Hopkins ;the ntmvo 'e ( Kimrtrcn ( *Ut "."-.._-.
luly 1. | 0211------------- IAOO I I I .
untrue to her." but he knows how to d"'I..d. Ih. described realestate I.r ( nrtulnnl St.rke TO TITLE, ETC.
grow potu- tIetrfrS Na. t.l.wln.
If ; UIIJ'r
Do apptnr the nnlil l 1.31 of iomilmnt on
"Never mind, Ellie, please don'tbother I, ters that we can't do without, I Kill June I. 1025 ____n_______.___. 123.83 ''yln. ..1, towlttSouthuest IrM.rd County.State I I or tO f.r,. the to Third lny \uittiMt.. A.\ I). .02ff VOTICK I :
R.'r'Ito during month .... 34148Wniiflnui I Florida Tim tI.'r't.Iats., llry.nl II. .
: by heckt nnd In due eoumo dcfln nnd not what- uranus
to explain. It's all been horrible of pf up I" e
I 1..u.1 .iri, nit month .- nl.rt. In"I. quarter : '*1m or interest and each mm'nl mi.I "Ilv'du.ly. t I' In IIr. unit II ,1... ,
but let's hope everything; will While the law provides special lu'' Inly, 1. lI'2)----------) 472..S nnd!leetloii e,nlalnlnir'2''. Township, 40 acres 8 ,SOllh.more Statute or leas.Thin .22 Fast ,,ren may havr to the otto,I tltxcrlhrd I : i>rop- 't Mi"'n l Its) 1..1. '.', IVvlsits nml mwliciui
Uf ,. ,
SIlly I. 1025 1'1" I .
the tiald hill
or will li aon
out all I.r.y. .II'on.I.men'
right. favors
turn fer IBIh. 1928. t.k.n.
sons of the gifted Or Fl.ORIfl \ I"n. fruipd i nut "",I. till Mill of Lu.. <
"Sallie, 'can' that r>ill..tnnituff.. ; class, there aint no statutes provided CtN'I 8TA'fF OP BRADFORD. JOHN tinr.OW. Ricecntor.KTT. ana ) iiinn. ilinil>atfl.. (1".lut.. Court of.
: It I Ie further ordered that thin oril be
I do though fer the feller th.it hereby certify that the foreaolnif atatr.inent I.IVING"TON. I..oulrl. r i :oiinty: J or tlrsilforil ( ounly, (" .td
It doesn't go.Vhat want mow Tiitiitu of Mary Hopkins. O..d. putilUtud once* a week for lCtgit consecutive nmnliil I Dximihor ; ,
Mil, Im.!, In
i is n cocktail so big it would fill an Ice the grass-buto long; a.s ho the .chool of th funds, reeelpta of llradford and .I..u..m.nt.. th.nl 4.1 9.St.7.11 wee e. In the DrmJ.opi| County Tvlotcmt. I with' end ..... No I I. tag II, .I. :,
finds w fKly of olrcitlntlon.publlfthed '. ,
contentment in whiskersan' nw.'r ll.n..1 l MI it 1
tea glass. I need something. !Mrs. month of .1 luni.. I 1"J"! >. Irf t true and correctto 8.ark. Itradford, county. Kerd t the Mrs. At l.aar. V.v..
iinil A. .
Fisher is certainly not the mt.. stimulating crooked backs-ami so longas I the tu, >.t of mv knowledge and belief NfrriTr: OP \BTLWfl 8AI.RNitit'c This tha f 2nd day of June A. t). lt.20 P1"lda I Miiiniamt.1 or, Louis Idols i.litniuiinti,( .I..n., or or Luuii,.
he feeds B .
hp he O. W. ALflF.ttMN.ii'esli .
the world." Ellie "people" can 1 WIGGNS.COlnt. t IH hi' .. ulvi thnl antler nnd (\;Innsmann, th'eeaesd.| r,.' ,.'t ( of
creature. in r nv hyt
( ) Clerk of Circuit Court lirntlfor
< :
tend to hun-elf, by jocks! lu.rnt.nd.nL .ft.i.ii. of a foal .f t'erc .hint. nnd i thoi County.. FtortitnBy Mrsilrord countr., MurMa .n HIP yl..: : \
threw back over her shoulder as she ..n.lrr"0 PcvUrn ..nd.Iw. ,.. of t"t.
i 20th) dn> of .Tu .\. D. lit'5 by 7. C. A. KNICllr.Deputy '
reached the door. "Join me ?" Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day |,I A tit*Inn "n,' of tho, .Tudmof tho, Circuit Courtof Clerk. l 1..I.hon.] .nil. of r.ustav, 1..I.haollo.

PA7O I the n.'Hh! Tndleliil Circuit. nf Flnrlda. In A. 8 CREWS. ht end o. l.iuulrc o(
"No thanks. I'm not going to fool Drult.r.r"n' OSMESr.l. I.oiilm, i ,
{ rimrlolt <
.mon.r") and for flroIf.ri county Florida In Chan- Solicitor for Tomplainnnt. e.8.07.3t "n.m"n. mill of L 'uU.
with that stuff any more." I Film Instantly Iti'hlnit Plle and you I r< rv Mittnir It. favor nf Will lor M Ft-rrla, dun/maim. 4.n ; : \ Coiinly |lorliln, I tip helps At l bet,._
i can SrI n'Dtful Hrsi npplKotloil I .oo""h",1>' ) nnd o.nln.' nhiHonp NOTICRIn I.a"
r "Good gosh she exclaimed, "gon t i (nrlln" rAm.O. ... and I..r.mp I .,0 A.nlunii. ,.f Iliilolu Drol.haupn. wife of

\ na reform ?" ORDER FOR l''il1.lCATlO14I Nnr.n. fendnnla.. the underalffnad will of- th. Circuit Court. Eluhth Judicial Clr. 1..lovo llmUfont, Drolnhniiiin. holh iluci'Mnl. I.I. of '

! She came buck and Silt on the arm I fir for aati to. the cmirthonii door at cult. Uradford' County. Florid In Chancery. man, Max Cnuiiiy Until and Pliirliln Nlohulu: Httle lUch Illani.
Stork lorida I I tIe
$ ,, Circuit, Court. Klithth* Tmllolal' Circuit.Hinilforil < u ;: : I i Mary G. Ed.ard.. and If ilrail. th'n th.. raapi-cliva
of the chair. ,, Cunity state of Florida i : In Chnn-: Irtrnt 'ju. :of unit* on : the !tird dnv of l lAttirii V DI to Rmov Cloud Etc. lre.Law, DovlMra' anti h.l.
D 1025. tn httfhmt nnd beat I IKMrl.r Auliini :
Thomas W.rr.
I that pLLIJ I at 1.
"You told Ellie .
mu yourself, iiryi f..>i. the d.nrrlhoi) Inmlalylntr l"on. WI..I. If In lif>. putt If ilr.,l. "' .
1.h I from the allfwatlnna of thesworn
rnln\ln. 1.1.
the way to get the most happiness i Corlnne Reno'tt.".. Complainant I : nnd 1 bdnjr In county Florida. i Milt nl.o In the Above stated cause, that Plrldlnit' ., Iovl.'...and and A.if.licn< Thln..

I out of life was to do the things that Cn.. Defemlnnt to-wlt- tha .Iden. etrca of the h'fenianta to lli'lra At Law. DmUi-vii d"I.I. hi. -
n'nnrl. Loi and Aulmii' All
Si ,
I >vt ntmn (tilt anti' Klwlitri-n (if) In wit Dlnon Sinn J J"hnn"rke.
! you thought would bring' it to .'ou. I''lilll Tt ., by nlTldatltt appended, to the SectIon 1Vn fl'it' Towfinhip Five (8) South' I II l 1 'rlm... !Si.. Charles 1'-mpte J. Hun- Ollur' 1'.0",,,. Klrma aol" Curtotrptloo.
nhovi-.tnted that B. 'ln. rinimina \ .
rauie itt'
! So for I've been about the jazziest fl..d.ln 'h. ( I Rnnui< Twenty-two (22) Eaat, according tn j delI, J.m. W Sinclair.! Atiiiuitiiji R Itonll.-y.' Hirmmn anti' under any Otis cir
( D'nn defendant therein named .I IrcIIont |I In bore of >. .1| ilnriiulaiim iiaitixl h-rxln .bova,
pint I Public
recnrie of flroitonlCounty -
.00..1 Mary }:. VV. Corr John C. (frr- -
in right' at the of .he of Florida, eonccnn 1110n. John 'iliilaiul, .. or any of Ih,,' ,|" crllro,
person town and present II.t. In.1 i on ..* One (1)I ) S.lo l loin non."lnln.20 t ti rrtrii K I*. j rinNtronir. m. : IB Ihla
| no the thisCourt Imlth. Nloh"l. ( or C'liinnluliil, ,
hlm.el creams i acres more or /11 and I Urn Whole' Wurld.,
bubbling / Arthur ,
moment I can't that I'm I C.
say be nerved him and Is 8"m,01 Ollon. ol.lni
hay ,
: ..nnt upon I Ir A. GREEN I ally rIght or ''nt..t InHIM
over with joy." I )th* air* of It 1. them- I I I Majitrr IrharN-a. W. 1.1. Alfred 0. Con, ,. I Urn Inn.li, ,, il,.erlhil tll. Ihla ,if
i iR Ilui rln. Y "" .h'lt. Slot 1.omlI /
l"r.lo .
I ... ordered thnt defendanthe It.h..1 01 liinln,
"So you think you'll try the oth.r: r"L, !: KCA :"1 .'\K ; la hereby wnW'd. to the 1 I SolicItor M JOFTNS ftir. C < I u"ixl. I.roiit.ra M. Nixon, 8amu,1 .. P. l lvi lliK,,i unit I.i ilr.cilhi tic >d ii. roluw": ',lu.flu. .

role ?" she asked "well, I can't say <,TOa( OPO L WI IA '-'LD I 1 bill of complaint' fl.d ). ranee on or IMI1 >I "mpl".nl. 7.f-Ot-1.,1 .[I "nmttrl A. SpIndiW.A. Rwitnn..r.m.N.n. T I.. Iffntmman Hmlth. ,."lttt't't Jnnivi n.1 .I I.?lr.rib.. mid In Inn imit.of I.M..I 1..I". 81.CI"nl..
of I ,
fore Monday day Auvtuit. A. D.H'2r. i"i n .:2!. and ,
that I'm surprised!, sport, because I ':. .... "- -< .' the of aald bill NOTICB OF GUARDIAN !3ALB tlttltC.( John Ali'Kiinilpr. (.rahiini. Samuel r .iinl.d, l.u. 'ra imrllaularlr .
.:., 4 9 rri .o. nlh..r.I. .I.nlon. t tw I n.u |.. No .1 I clot N.,. I in Uluok'
HIM.1 U .
been 10for somo time and I ho lnhn, A. .0nr..1 said,' defendnt.TI i 1.1..1 P M.I'm.e..J t C El.< 1 H. ol, I ,. lown !.f l.awl. I No
you've ,
in IJs'r ;;: S'\"E: .' In 'fnrlhor. .,. ... that this order be j I Ii 'rinrty( day nftor dato' ncrrof I will aply I It T W IMtti. .I )h. Chll.l.I"b." I. iv. lloil.ln, ni.orillnaIMiit, Y. l.a.lr..1 C.u
that makes Iin awful change. i I puhllHheil once n week for four oonneeutlvouiHikn t I" the Tfonnrar l OINI. A. t'n..ln.r. countyflue t ti (S Rllftworth Ann 10".1." .I.n, tat ,.,1 i In i Hi I I'.il.lio '110> ,lawniiToril
(In the i of county on It t'uddy. W. R r. .|| ". TrUl Com- 1'.11. Ir.I..o
"But Ellie he doe n't love me.V Tlrndfnril County Telegraph.in a IroMoro 1'1".1011. to I inuiiiy' ."' .
the of lily at i>nny. n corporation T I. Me('(til. IUip' <
in :
.uhH.hei .aid County anil "I. 1. 02 Art hri.hy fl'ttiitel) ant
\\ spoke\ lit ('urtiss'iiht though / .11 at.. i '' a m nt hla tItle> at the intint j bins, F. O Hubbnnl. N. W. l"rl..t. A. I. .I"I" of you:, u. : l" ihn nqulml, rath and
\ \ ; i flIulIl'flI' > Hill Of
.. town of fttnrl. Brmlford county. ., j Von (.,'nrla Trndlnit Pun .
neither mentioned his name. j..,: Thin July 1 t. 1025I hFrd In Hm iil.ni oniiiM I I ,, t I in. Hrd ilir of
"' an Onlwr, to aall at aal*, rnn U Flctchr-r Trii tm', Btark* lumber t.n: ;
AI.PRRMAN. prvllte A I>
"lIe adores you, Sallie. but he's Jo.<: I (Senll Ctnrk Circuit <,,".Ih Indl.I."., Inti.niit (hn.l. Prlln.le) rnmimny" a .".,..I.n. V J Hhlpman r.. cuiitno and IU.,1. anil, of you utah IBilui
.\ ruur. ITunt mine hair of Frank H lan ( ." all et'riiI by la. la
afraid of the He doesn't thinkhe'd By C. A. ::5'I. i, < f.. art un- miih on.,. int-iiii nnd
pace. : claim'
. ; Clerk In and to the follnwlnu I fli" ( I. toI I tnt," that there I. no person In the 'if rvlil, lltli. .1"ln" whatov.r
ever get to the point where he'dlook "'. J'I. .1. T.. D.pull wit, Nlat,<> 01 Fltirldn the service of *ubpopna upon iii.li' of or 1.10..1 I whh-h, you,., and
I you. lay and
PRAZEI. Tlirrr-fourtha of ant-hnlf of South- I whom would bind ald. and : nl r.I claim lo hue' nliuyailmrrllwil
with approval on your apparently "'( Inlolt. Coniplnlnnnl, T-l-Bt-T-ll .t det.n.leta : ( two I,,) nf l.n.l. nn.l any mod ill
'" Y nat quarter. Section :12. Townnhlp 7. It In huliuved by the ..m\'lln.nt\ that the ,
R.n. uurlluna I llmniof.
reckless escapades and when ho ,'. :. ( ': fluid lands aitimta nlit named dnfvndanU > And that .p.tl. new itta.
f"i. ;. Itt tSTERB Twenty-two and iyt wh..e r* ldeiir and I''r iiubll.hiil it Stark, .
hears the sweet littlo story; being '[;; ..I' ;. l BALI 1"'IMo.1",, County Florida aKM are unknown to eompliilnant Ire Intvrtiittd I' lridtu. known .and rallwl tradford" Cnunlr County,
-- 'I 1 hla 19th day of Juno 102B In the property' Involved In the cult ,
... Nntlei- la hereby iilven that under and hy l l nraph I. hervby dvalvnalvil
buzzed around through the kindnessof n., ; \ \lttue of thnt certain' fInal ,doere of fore W. O. HUNT. and that .complainant dm-a not know and lisa lIsper' In which this notloa shall M nawa
\, ha
Mrs. Fisher he'll still worship you l': .. rli.nur,. made aol. ent.r,1 on the first dnv of Guardian. for Char 1m Francis' Hunt. Mtoor10 .not b .n able to ascertain whether any ofnlil ,ttice a wm-k for onnniaullva .puullahiii
July 1H2R hy the Honorable \ 7. Adklns, Bl-7-17. kntw o.t.nlan. irs dead or alive : tndthnt ',I. Jl.t dar of Mny. .
but he be afraid to attemptthe VV'tn' mr oflilal -
might ORDER rOK Pimi.ICATION complainant In laid' 128.
J I Tuihre or the ) Itnllrlal Circuit of FlorIdn I ( hand and ssai.) 'I
grade." In and for Fhrhlh ,' County. In chancery.In In the Circuit Court of the Rlffhth Judicial worn Rill that there ta a peraon or are p"rininn W.
: : : I irciilt' nf Klnrliln In and' for Bradford Coun. Intcrvntcd In the rty Involve! In f. AI.DKIIMAN. I ,
"Oh I don't blame him. A man can't ;: that certain eauiie therein nendlnv He. I Itvxeen : I Much pr.. (tSeii) lirh ( lilt toiirl llmilford
the eomnla'nants' Emma Thomas join. I Ied I u In Chancery. null name or names unit awe "rnutt .
marry: a girl who's chasing around hy her hu.hand. H Thomas. and i iaKnlnnt SeeS K ftwcnt. Complainant. I I nnd .h".. rmldine sri unknown Utcomiilnlnnnt I D RI-AKKS. County> """'.
.rir I' *B Th<>r fi.r<>, It la tt'iet'.ni| (hat th* ,
the defendant. Cermelr, the I ; : Attorn ,
I : 'd ;: y ..2
about. now .7.81.
and gossiped see mid Iflwn
getting iindemliyniMl Hpcc'nt Ma.ter In said caunr I C n I".r..t .1. ppfondanta I foiinru rcndnnU who are herttofore.nnmod
KV.NK STATEMENT in this order, If llvmir. and If dnatl. alt
bow dangerous it all was. to oveoute decree will on -
.point" .11 .,.rtl. r'.lmlnN' Into rent undnr the iald NOTlrK (P APPI (CATIONINI TO CELL
Ird tiny 1025 durinil CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICETo
"Was ?" Ellie was frankly amazed. Report of the condition of the Lawtry I litral hour of ntIIU.t.. before the .1".1' R. C. H"tbrnrrr. J. Chll.lo Rlrhsr.l. N.I known and named defondnnU afe>re >ald. rie- M/SIIS/ t near IN LANII

"Yen. Ellie, I tell you I'm through. State Bank at Lawti. In the State of Fler. hou.e door In Rtartte. Bradford County. Jllokel. Samuel Her.. Hamntonl cruised or .th..wl. and that alt pw nawhofiuoover Notli ,. In heruliy '
ho Ida at th<. clone of Ii.'tn.si! Juno 3''). 1019. l.li. tho following described l Mellon Kllfrson. "ho. name or n.m. Ire ..ieI ? "- : : ulvun that tha unil.ralicn.it,
to .1 .n. M.rh" Chari. Mot fle i.iiii
Oh I know it isn't going easy I.nd | he than of the
RESOURCES a"'" Bradford County ,, tho.. i ", rt ."uelu. ml to and are unknown to complainant, pvmm unil property of
F1 ron .i that may I tt..t r arc lnt.rmti'd In thf property lila May ",/1". minor heir at law of Ma
but I'm certainly not getting any Loan on Real Eolate ."2.882.17 hluhi-it bidder for cash lo-wltt *,n. Ma'tle Ma.l.hlnn. R. M. FUersnn May I'liiny.
'.ut 8l In Wnndlawn' In sectionFifteen. I 'nnl I.. L. KlnhllUr I Inv.lv"In thin .,iit, aa fallow .1..1. unil hulr of htr vmnd
ty-two o..rl"
collateral\ other "
Loan aoourlty
kick out of the way we've bphnved. on I M.ra j "" one I : .... ofnnrtliuaat fmhi. Ply! Ilkki, H,|. |alo' of llrailfonlninty
'h." rial Htm,. -_ __._ _-_ 2.04S.00. T"'nohh.: F South. Ron .' ..lt. n l>hla n Reln.l.re. N n..k.t. Oashlvr f' 'Irt. ; lorliln.
"All right, null yourself. But for All other loana and dineounta* 12.286.09 i tuo .. Ind ten acres. ; r nrailTord Tikiinly) llanlr. nf FTorl'la. tjuarter' w..t half of nnrth iiinniv .\. ( .1j1. apply to Honorable.
Bond. less. r llvlnw, l If all artlr olalminic fnt. (iwt ,u.rh' all! > *.t"It\ of nnrthwmt <".In. J..I..t liradrml
United StBtra S.860.00 i> *
Sallie I've dMiil. ,
me, I'm just different, :: .no 'ittturl'r| and nnrthwi : i I
; : ) j sale to he made to and for eIther of oth. t.rk.
tiitf, county and municipal' bond. 3.000.0) pursiisnt I t. rcla you' or you or I !
learned this much from little experience SII .l ln and! Boiithvaiit quarter' of .outhwcatqumU lorliln. .? I n h. i I '.n'h ,1,,, ,,f July, .
our Hnnklnir how. furniture and flxtiirM of unlit' decree with cost" "I.l o. In the rollnwlnir nods sltilt* I .
I .al.ra'l"n op..rlh,1 ft. .
ai two clock ..
I r nml ..njirt. of "p or ._
.__ 9.977,000th" 13 M lit,' Cuunlr of the Stst of .ou'h..t .
with the ,gay; and dapper JOINI.D :: O..d.I. Inusrtnr| of iteclfon two ((2)) nr1r nil rnn hu heard for att !! atirKnl
) Matter In -wit I 'h..t quar-
1' iMn !
r nut eatate 1.7I4.BII* I : ,,, ,. ;, : : 1
Mr. I I I. r of ..u'hw.t' ., anti) unuth ttireiiuarteni nl for th hmt lirln. ,, be
Fisher B KNlfR.R.lnl ,
I I" i> from ,innn'>,rHtnl hankH ----- 2.1.H132H Tl" Vorthwpst (,.a..r th Northwest I I u.r..r ih, nfnr. nil :
"Yes, what ? I encouraged. Claim and other ruouraaa ._-_. 260.19 I "ol..l.r. T-l-Bt-7-11. : <..,tarter of Seton 4. Township, 7 Rutith Hanaa I :'iimHvr::: of of acitfon: I 0*three quarter((3):) ; north of *half outh'a ofnorth t turret.I.luh..1"f I II lu' Hiinl, minor the In rliiht nol to the t.llo.In.
28.11Cn E"
1 "
"To let married men alone. Cn.h Items ... -. I half and ..uth..' uunrtar, of eatithW4 I ItiK ilmiilliil, InniU. .1.1 In
.h on bend -. 1. 11 52 SlltRIFF-B SALE CREETIVOiTho ,t rtinnly, to.wit : Jr.t..1
and wmt of
qunrtr unuthiajit
"Oh, Ellie, you're incorrigible," I I complainant having IlIad her awoml I' tf r and Nouthifmt "I of t .iiair- ,\ nil.. I I. tilt tiiillvld Inl.Tmt In the wot
Total .--3.89U. Notice 'la hereby Ken that under and hy l of .complaint In this court wherein ah* I i:: 1: .
caught the subtllity of her remark," 1.,1 t,'r of .ecllnn four ) northiant, : : ;-i i In f "f rl.i ..Iho. iiuartrr and the .ail n
!! that and inch of hava or
LiMit l.ITI1R. \lrtne of that certain writ of execution Issued .* you you half of northwt-at quarter :: huir I of ,. Huthwtat nuartur of aaotion
I believe you'll always like to have a Capital stock' paid I In -ll* .00000 | by and under the hand,' nod seal of W. .''m have some rlirht till ar lnl.rrst In .t innrter <.f northw nuarter: .. "th.wII 'J Itiirivon' townshIp Hv 'n Mouth, Ran**

good timehut I want to tell you that Surplus Fund .-. l 1,500.001nll'i.tu1 : : |I IT. Werka. aa Clerk of the Circuit, Cour of .nd tn the lands afurvaniil Iho, or > som of part hsr halt, "f Houthenitt quarter of aectlon nlna (9)) ; TA"I 'my' .two Kiut: Kxriipt a itrlp of haul on
( depo.lt. .uhjf ot to ehMk 9H. Ill)*.OH Bradford County State of Florida, the i'h..ot. and praying t. you were a heroine this afternoon. I Saving. d."",,. '". -_ --. 8.168.00 4th day of AnmiBt. A. 0 1015. on that ear- .".Ind atirh or .1.lm.. Ino h.v. I I ( '. all In township sIn 11..t.( ) south .ranitetwtntytwo I"I Momhiiut guart.r N..t.on ti,. Northiii't -

dreamed could be so T mioertlfleatm of iliMW.lt* -... IS.30/ I fain judgement or denVlvnoy dcore, \," "manilcfl the makIng. of or. I ( ) ant. (ontalnlntr one OKMII ,"u..r nf the quitter of
never anyone Therefore anti esch of hereby Su.h..t
1800/ date the 28lh day of July 1914. you you Ir. thni, .b.
C.rtlned* chuck. b.rt7: Mon. I I rand .4Ov('n hundn. ninety f 11.79'tj' ) pct's. per sItu .a In the
brave." Ciuhli-r'a' ch. ....k. outstanding" 3.3".7" B. Rhoden Complainant I and .h A. nqulrrd to appar I.tor. this o"ur on m.. or 1 lea*. .it corner of the Northeast uuarUr of tn*

"Sallie, that wasn't anything.' It Duo to Incorporated. banka ..._._. 8.1473.711'oti : ), Also north three hunilriN) twenty I H20i, fret 'siMtthwnat,, nuartar In H. ition 'rhlrtyona.1'own.hln .

I of northeast quarter of southwest nuartor, South, Rnnv Twanty-twe
was a relief to get it oif my chest, I73.51M8Stato NOTiCE i ion anti) i-aMt four hundred forty.live (illS) fet ofI bst conUnlnu non* hunilrt-d lift) >U and one

she made a wide gesture as if to of Florida. County of Bradford I e.g. : NotIce Is hereby nKiMi the following Jraerlliol lanil will .. .I n ictl.n' i.I jniithvaat quarter of umittwMt quarter .f hal err.. mor or I...
"I didn'tdo r. \. L. Taylor* Ca.hler of the abova-namod the FIRST MONDAY nth AUOITST. IVU. it briny th. led ilny I.'alil jln'h; h. r.rithe: i Motithwfat quarter, and south h.1 of northW4 June 10. 1025.

brush the compliments aside, Bunk do .olrmnly .w 'ar that the .boraatat Co.irthousi-...r .t In Itrailfnnl nun''r. State of Florlfla. .r so much thereof t iuartr of ,Houthraat exotptwmt ROSA 7. NORWOOD,

anymore than you would have doneif '.,niiam. toKC'thrr with ., four: ((4) acrar. and 0u ::of toatnwcat ';,.""""11 "' Ida Mal """".

accuse'1.! .. and MM. .i of such ale an* advertlalntf8c A. FUTCH. Ton Colle .. I quarter of .u'h..t you'd heard me wrongly A. L. TAYLOR. ( T..e half of northofuit ")iuartr of qua 1". Attorney r"r ';.iiardlan,

"I don't know about that," I lookedat Ca.bier. I earrintlan T. R. A. Owner csnM tsr. except flv. (t6t. In northeast earner

CORRECT-\TTI"T Lot I blk 1 original town Morgan I[ north of In section thirteen ((13)) al- NOfltB <> MALE
JJ rall"
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her with shining R. R. TnT-DE. Lot a blk t oriBlnal I town .......= Mrs.M'EI & Morgan -:::.......:::.. 781 I *n hi \ trno northeaat quarter

"Ellie." I said, breaking the silenceof A. A. SMITH. Lot Mk 7 original) town _____.-.--= Mrs Eunice C. Canv. .............- 42.4. 1 Ices ten ) nurtheaat comer, cmicccl Notice I. hereby glvnn to all panona (
E. S. MATTHEWS I __ _._ ______._ half nf northwimt and enteit l t in the Mtat of C IU Ifardaa
have father tots ..8 hlk 12.T M. Johns aiM__._______ R M. Rparkman u 1.11 I l quarter noarthpnt LOB
I :
the dusk, .ou see Director. Lot 7 hIlt I.. T. Co's aHil._..____...__ Frank Geiper _.___ __.___..____15.87 guartor of .outhvr.t 'I.'. *.. and ..outh.rail I.,. vf llradf'ird County. "'lu.I.a., d(*>.
to 11'0 to for advice but you with your Su..rtbtd. and aworn to before me thla Lot I 12 blk 1 L T. a Cop quarter of p'thwuut 'juarter, axeept tnt Ttiat I C.rtl.l. I inii. of M..

sorter drifting In.1) day of July. 1025 I atbi _1_ n _.____ ___ .________ o. 4. Wheeler Fat. ___._____.____.__11,69 t IIO( ) acnra In aoutheaat corner In section lisret A. 1 l. nif, Pl.aiant .
family away and 1.01 IS H HILL. :Notary Public.WPZRP8TENDESTS Lot 7 bIb a2 L. T. Co' add--------------- .. A. Howe ..-.----.--------.----- .... twenty-four I2O : aUo north half of north lxnu, Klcharil Ix.nu. Lois <;. \\an. and Wll-
about I'm worried. What are you Lot t hlk I 1.. T Co's sub I wriit quartir of northeaat quarter and wrat l.m N ,.."..w. will on the joih day of July

dlv .-- ---- .---.---.- John Parker .................?..-- I half and northwest quarter of aouthiftatlimner A. O 1925 ., 10 elock a. m In the mam.nt .
going to do ? REPORT blk'll'f.T T""CO'Bt sub dt._-..._____ S. K. X.ll ( of tectlon fourtron tilt, : also north apply to the Honorable !o. A. allrln.,.
"Go mix me that cocktail" and Al. I 1bib 2* 1.. T. Co's .11 east quarter of northrant quarter and .Mt ounty JudKii of Bradford County.

with bright laugh she was skipping County .upvrlntendenfi financial .tat.m.nt sub dl* ... .____ ._.__._ _.____ Mantle Dell -.- h.r of southeast quarter of northeast qir- at tIne coiirthouii, I In Starkr. Florida, fur "
a of county achool fund for the month of Lota 1-2 blk 32 L. T. 4s of actlnn twenty-two *_'2i' ; also northwt 'inferto aril at private null., all the .I.ht

through the room, the echo of her June ID2S. .nob _" __C. ________. Llllle Sandtrs _._.- 8.27 quarter of norhwet quarter of auction Itlv aol) In"''.' of Mariran t f.onjr. .
voice like little silver C.n.r.1 ......, Fund I IBill. Low -4Vblk Si L f'a Co's iwenty-thrr f2H I fownalitp .1.b"I.> I tng.: I1 1, wi.nt A. L dying away Jun. 1. l Ji* 713.1 I .ilh thy-------------------_____ MerrleV .-.10.1 south of ranirw twenly.two 22\\ also I..IIK: loi.I c Unit and William N I Luo.
bells.. Reeelpta durlnv) month ......8713.1:1: .N i, hlk Ill L. T. sub iota nineteen fbi). twenty (20)) tw.nly.Iine' minor h.. of K.llv >raril.a" Lent.. deeraaau.

To be Continued) Wtirranta la.u.d durlna- month -.''"'.?? dlv. "n -- -_ -Cll_.__.___ R M 1... .11-88 tIe) and thirty ((90)), In Woodlawn In aetlon I n anti u, th. following dra rlb.il real aitaM
( Overdraft July I. 1925 .. 1U.11J I.1 Sn! ,* 17n T Co'B aab"dIv .___ A. O. .1J.Wt I Rftwn MS), townthlp flv* f4)). month .,llnal, < i| ami being. In Oradford Coiinly Flof-

IM..trl.t N' *. I I HI* 21 L T. Cn's sub dl. -....______ I Sut.il .- ... ranv* '.twentyHwo ((22)) faat. ,.J> to.wit:
There is no let up in the stream of Bal Jim. J. 102S. .._ 0.9' I[I...l" ,., 41 1.. T A Co's Be and they hereby are required to appear Houth. half of southeast qimrtur of section

people pouring into Florida from RecolpU luring month ---------------9.3$ | sub ..1 v Ilk. ___ __. u 1. E Snl ____________ .__.._ .n 4.1 1 th* n.1 oLromptaint filed In aaUI earn. onor J. township S. lulh. ranva H.*at and nt
.ud durlnB month 'f"i Off"nii ', day of of northeaat
W., .ent l* ----- I Lot ] blk 43 L : hal quarter sot sail halt of

every section! of the union and fliruriM Hal.! July, I I. !1923----------------- 120.58 i dlv _-"_" _____". __ .ll. BuiUr ____on -- __.__ 148 D IttI th. :fi.'hli3r I .AUi\.1.i .. iiuartar' and northwtat quarter ofiiTtliwot
on the Influx are so great as to be almost "' ...... No. I ,Wt, blk 4* I.. T. V Co'B sub r".___.__ 8_. -- .__ Bill, will IH, ) quartar of section I II. township
Dal! June I. 1928 -h_-.- 4'7.11 I Blk 44 L. T Co's sob die t._...____._ A. JjanklnsAll -__ .. -.. .48 anta.ft. nuiiih, raiiK. .1 1 east. containing ISO aaraa.l .
unbelievable. Traffic on the Rrc.'ii"" .,,,rifle. month ... _h_ 114.90 N'j bib 11 L. T "Co. sub dlv. __..._...__ PS. 0. P1ford r.. la further ordered that this order b* .\l>o "-ast half' of t.nJrd on

highways and railroads in such volume W.rrur'.. ",-.u.o<1 ilurinx, month "'0'00 I IlIal. lot 0 bU M -..__ Mml.k .-- jubllflhed .o for el*ht eonaecuv Rn.ry map of ak.1p"o. hiimlrail
). JIy, I i9.----------------- 842.11 I fjIota, t-2-u 2 Wyraan's v. weeks In thrh';1 County Telearraph.newapapr .n.. flv. f.. off Ilh and .. M, to**>

in the fall would hardly be noticed 1)h't,4ct 1'1.. I add ----Ilk...----.---...-.-- Ml's. I. .'n .1 I "10in a Rradfonl County, nhlp tf. ooth rang east In the town of

but its at. this time of Bal June 1925 ------------------ 63081 C Clue One lot nf 'land bound; N 5* Florida. Stark.. Florida.
I bib 11 towa. E. I kyRy This the 28th d.l of May. A. D IMS. CORNEU* LONe,

the year is astounding to the most : W "rl Thomnon lit. .....___ R. M. 33SC7 0 W. ALDtft.MAN. Guardian .f Margaret

optimi Ic believers in Florida. To a Cold ,In One Dar <..-" l--n-l 1 leas I 10 t 'Stall. 'Ierh of Clreuft Court.. Pl>a>aiit, S I 'nil, Richard "i.rt'j.A"l
Sty r. A. \ anti Imn N I. .
art I a in I KNIrHT. I.n" \ onir '
LAXATIVE BROMO Qt'ININB (Tablrt.. I, I f <"' ..- SI 31 f. S G r Sweat ______ .u.______ ___ ) -rJ*. I .1 I HNI-.I lonx, ilvecaatd.M he.
Floridi.ui'' paid !1.1i,1.; ';" nv..re in .,..paihelouah and H..dode emi wet. ciT th p unl 1 r iouv i FIEI.niNfi I f: lOilNI.

(1'011'1'111 mnnir tax" II'' .I. ,i"' 'h 'n i 'Cold' F T* rRO\ S; "iilnaturi-on each hWe I q.l.d'. ",. ,.f Ctpnoan': ,' 5.Jl'10tH 7 .. '. tn i" rI '-1 II.

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Bradford. Ccmily Telegraph: 1-----------------I I "WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE" B> A B. CHAPIN ,I! I :; "\ RI

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Published weekly and entered as

second class matter, at the post I YEARS 1 ""!t ,MI

office at Starke, Florida. I I I, .\W4k

=-=- ..-- .. .. .... --- II II I oil has been a world

a. .. MATTHEW._. ...-.-_.____--Owner I } remedy for kidney, liver and

1. C. HOa1Fal1\-------:; : M.n..ln. Editor.Pt i ::::!:r disorders, rheomatism, k ,.

,-. I and uric acid conditions. I ,. : ,.


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S'n"nUl'llfJ--! : ; RITE y I I -} ... OIL'I

Per Vf'"r ._ 1.U:; F ;.' I !i 1"' I II

Six \1'1.( .____ 75c i Internal trouble! : stimulate vital I

.. .. .- .* Three sizes. Alt? JrulI.tInsIst afire / anInvsslmenifield

original gene* -.s GOLD MEDAL. you

I :::.u,No. set|ItIJ forth' ;r.'c'.wl. commencing: ?

j I line parallel with railway 84 feet Come ,to "=:t. Aur.x tlnf'.
+ vr'w., south,et corner of northwest
I I of block 1 south of range 1 rant andi It hii5: tit, prrtIvPf, c*'11-
I i I parallel with -allwn 165 feet fur n .I I ; !I"" 'lQ vpunzax
rA ::1' :3j ..t at right angle with niilway a'\O\ Dei 't' t.. r' t If historic -
1 ... N parallel! with ,imluny 141. feet :, Tn'oth..r
. .. to beginning also north half of a td! city
? | I of southwest ,minrUr of block 1 car. li.i ,' Its moduli advantages .
t j : range 2 out being: 92', feet northI al'e ecbi.tioual.Investments .

.' I Ii I j ;: : land by :iOt-'tJ1.: east- )I. and and south west. by Also 130 a

.. J t ( 1 II I i and wet on south fide of north
No. 1 1134(11rto'nr : : a FAM
r : ap A.t p : of
{ 1 e / I| southeast quarter of block 1 south
( .' 1. p 4a. 1IhwaJ', ; I s NI' i 1 east In Temple nub-dlri.lan,
v.1;:; .\ I..t! I / 4 II I I 31, township A south range 22 east, I SiipcriorValucs
,n _ ___. __ A1v5 I I. Mattlo Guyana rand Annie! Len Ruff.

Maikc' '1'1' i i r"l r n pilgehlt t 9t1 I ... running No. 101 parallel pmbrncns with commencing railway 82 On Bny and Orenn. On rior-
Itllig: mlldiiiilvnnl.ik" "1,1. I, tlllk I ti'lhnic of r I of nuuthweat corn, r of norttuuttt Idi Knot "'0"" nu\\uy|] "rid!
I of block 1 south of tangy I tant and I l"lvl'<' HlKhwiv Fin.'t hnti'l"S ,
the : : "I t I..t "i t> ndM h'" k-roitntr> Ri-il
ftrHHes are handsomely illustrated, I I ... to said Ilea 310 feet thence fHtiitactivity unpr i <.r"nt..oJT'
; 'of the
Lc ,i I lo 1 with first line 122 feet th. ,nee tnkc full .d.ntlljro
.1 h' that Bradford "ha
an'" ruloh" toRt
county ware
Florid "jr"ld
In ub- liv.
i :! foot to bell the/ I "".dll." and know how to let the I I township 4. south range 22 east, Ai "Jll,tlM'.
"dd know I }i Mnttt Guyona. For (l*" crlptl\ bonklot and
\\ about it-with Jlrlnter'sIfk.TlmesUnlon. /
\ : No, 102 tmbraron; north hntf of purl) ulur U.tortulton. 1 ,a.UrtssciiAMiiru !
I r of southeast quarter of block I
range 1 wet being 82'.. feet north : or coMMnncc:
-0-- I 330 feet vast and west In Tftnp- I'. O. llux O'J.l: :
trey by
Lust week the Starke r J 1 I Nl'I t 'r'k .. section 21. township A, south
Telegraph +
I celebrated itB forty-eighth birthday. I IllllI'( pE11Rv6D B i I I I said east, eartlUcatee assessed Mettle shall Guyons.be redeemtd StAuguslineA (

It I Is one of the Htatv'.s briifhtent l ( I I I tom" I to law. ,tax deed. will ,USUP thereon
I I lath day or to tut A. D. 1K2S.
weekly! papers, and In published In | my official I signature and anal I this
one of the bent farming and trucking | I day of July. A. D. 1925.G. .

sections In Florida. Thirty-two 'UI-V: ALDERMAN,
yours I ) Clerk CI onrt Bradfoid I ,
ago the writer of this paragraph act'' County. Florida SEA-SIDE CAMP \
... 1 l
By C. A. KNIf.HT.
the medicine
ads and
inked Wash
u J I 7 Deputy Clrrk.j '

t Int'ton hand press for the Starke'' --------_____ -------00 __ _. I'I I FOR BOYS
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Telegraph.-Timed-Union. j I If I Mathis, of Plant I 1h1----+ I' I,noun-,-und' t*> hair heirs,-jJHecu:. ;:;;: 'j OF ni'ARDIAN'B SALE LET THEM ENJOY THE OCEAN

f few days i u.e. if "".01. To J.ff John. If living f
f According to the Starke Telegraph, friends. dt-nd thin to Jake John, of SUrke. l days after date, on to-"it on tho 10th lt".}8 Work, Inc, :St: .\uitU8tine) Florida
r. R the movement in one week of watermelons and it In H.ltrutd. In siud sworn bill "' A. D. iu2ft. I will apply to th* main tains u JlUuun' ( camp on Anastasla Island
I .. (leorjto A. Onulintr\ County Judge
k I that to all unknown heir or (
corn, tomatoes lima beans ,) Florldn. for an order to completely equipped with 1 pavilion, kltch-
I !Mrs. J. I i named h.' Ira whom rntldt-nce Is '
and other produce from the known that then, la no poison fn the :; sale a ono eighth undivided In- i n. sleeping quarters, bath houses, olectrlolights
point on I Lulla, of ,, Florida I the eon lea of n .uhK| >.na .h of Reba Andrea Kathnleon An pure water and competent caretaker.
Wanneo branch of the Seaboard AirLine 1 week ofII'! would bind the said. ..fondant and Andrew and Henry Andrea, Jr.. 'Octan bench and river. Bathing, ftshintf, ca-
and Starke, (."wte and Hamp I fa bul.trvvd by the eompluinnnl lint t.d of Francis .N.ndreu.. deceniied.: n"dnrrU .lx>>rt oriranizatimii. dully accredited
defendants, Interctittd the the following dtwcrilivd lands lo-wif In'\lud\
aru m and properly sponsored are
\ ton, totaled oifrnty-uiht| cars, the I I A. II. uilved. In thin suit and rumplainnnt .... quarter of the aouthweat make" application. for u... of this property.
heaviest shipment of thin kind of produce | !Micanopy t but he doa. not know and by of flections twenty-nine township sis Address 110'' work Inc.. or Chamber of
uu" I Inquiry ha not been able to ". twenty-two enit containing forty Commerce, St. Augustine Florida.
yet recorded in that section, and his family. wKothvr a'y of the defendant' whoso one-hundrnltlu'acrc: more or
the figures do not include the oxpress i I I., shaved as unknown, I Ie dead or : lands lying, situnte rand being In

shipments made hem other points In Mr.\ and t 'it Iw allmed' by the complainant In '( thh County the 10th Florida. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
hill "f
complaint that "he bellevea
tint county. Luwtey, like Stnrku, HUH returned to I t :IK rioti* :intervaled In the said, ro ;; :;: deYCUBAIYANDRF.U.S.U Nf. Because Its, tonic and Irtxativa effect LAXATIVE
been I j ohvd. In this rate whose name and for Ribandreu Mt I !I1>m > u, ROMO II'I IMMn.bUts:: : > can be taken.
noted for many yearn as a straw I wick, Ga. .**. end whom tfniilence "r.* .' Andreu. and Henryndrtu.. J. by anyone without causing nrrvoueneeaorraIxe) } !
berry shipping c'enter. The farmers spending a I rnmptalnant.; and in said bill. relief .7 Mi num. lu the head W.CKuV L i BHiuoturooa bees 30c.,

e however, do not depend of !Mr. od against uoh known and ..
upon( straw. and [ [ ..
J'' : burros alone and hate j
turned their
I' I I THEREFORE: it is ordered tnai
attention to sweet lorn. During five Mr.\ and ....n. tiumtd tn this order Ir Its tea, "LOUD BETTER FERTILI7' BE MADE\ WE WOULD MAKE\ IT"
+ days mentioned the (Uiwtey district sonville, I ilt ad. nil persons claiming any 'nt....
hipped relatives. | the ffald named defendant, _. ,I Jaunary price \list Mixed f'erti1izera-"SIMON PURE and GEM
refrigerator cars cured or otherwise and that all
of this product, with an of I ,I whomsoever. what name. age and "-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.
average Mrs. E. I I annUinred to be unknown the BEST for results. Also Insecticides Sprayers
but ,
884 crates to tho cnr.-Tlme ..Unlon.0 the nil i>fr onH whose imm :Ix l :11t as Cheapest
truest : whom* ildtnce IH beyond the Stato and Dust. ;
h rell the I ida, that may bo ..r.re Interested herein.'W' I
IAWTKY I hereinafter described' property or E. 0. Painter Co. Jacksonville Fla
\V E. thereof lying and bolnir In Stark Fertilizer ,
Cnunty. Florida, doeortbfd follows t I
Lawtey, July 10.-Mr. and Mrs ness in ; Lot Two (,i. and Four ((4t., and 1I I I I
David Durban and son, Ed; spent the Fury fat nut and oral by 1i.

r' fourth with relatives in Green Cove Mr. and and nf hick south. Fifteen boiiinnlnv MS* and at ran. i i' : We can charge O
: Springs. !Mrs. ...t Forty 110feel' thence north your
Monday to Tttt, thence Wrst Forty ((40) feet, I HRS
it': Mrs OV.. Brown and Mrs. J. T. at the : Thompson:; at reel, thence Ninety feet. I II I
starting Point the fifteen (115 ,
Jloore and son, James T., loft Friday mick. the nhovtf Forty by Ninety fat l I I' Storage Battery In U I

t t for Orangeburg S. C. where they will I I I ( I :nppeiir for alley to the .d"i.1II of I I

epend 10 days with relatives Henry \ before '
r the Seventh day of S..pl<' )
i day from 11'25.' and In duo course define and (
: Mr. and Mrs. i ( ( .' hnti-vi'r claim or tnterent I which you e
Arthur Snpp of Miami spending; I I I' .
I! you may have to the above .. Garage sVt;
wore visitors here Friday and I ', or Ih. xnid bill will Iw taken as
!Mr. and I ..
Saturday.Dr. ,. Htzalnst) you. |
It I. .
Sebring further ordered that this
!'d once a week for. eight .
E. L. Biggs; of Starke, was a I relatives i i ... in the Bradford County -
..- of general] .
professional visitor to Lawtey Sat I IIr. newspaper
!\ and in Sinrke Bradford county.
urday. i : I WITNESS: the Honorable Jud. ,
Hastings, \' .. Maid circuit court and the official
< Dr. G. \V. Drown was a professional I Sunday. i .- Clerk of this court as well as hU
I IE.1 .
visitor ""*, this the nth day of Jul,. A. P. I

,t to Maxvllle-Monday. M. ,' ;;;: I i Seal i Clerk Circuit O. W.Court ALDER.. & RITCH
l ; Miss Ola Pitts, of Omega, (!Ia., was acting : County REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING
r ) [ By C. .\.
., t A week-end guest of her brother, '1 Deputy ,, INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
James .
'a James Pitts. S CREWS. :
home from I i Solicitor for complainant ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: ,

'll Mr. and Mrs. George; \V. Roberts : the fourth I "NOTICE OF cuARniAN's--. _1..2: : I' BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

'r and Mrs. J. 1(. Tatum were visitors : :| MADE PROMPTLY
ti to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. \ I Thirty day after date on to-wlt : :
of I y of Augur A. D. 1025. 1 will apply I'
Georve A. Gardiner. County
: Commissioner L. II.: Hill met with here at the \ Bradford County. Florida, for an "
the county board at Starke Monday Roden. I I' .11 at Drleat..dr a one twentieth
fllaswar"I lnt r at of W. R Andrea, a nnn-
and Tuesday. lunette and heir of Francis N ,
I Rev J. V. j .."" In and to the MIowinjr. .
Mrs. Charles Dinkins the Saxton I ". tn-wlt : ""' n1I
spent a few I The norheast quarter of the 'I i I'e1AhE.S' ;, ,y MOhR06''lur'J7c
c days with relatives in Jacksonville afternoon I '' ', r of section twenty-nine: township six I 8' '181 ,., ,
.. .
i. last week. invited. : twenty-two nt containing. .
'j \" \''' nni'-hundreilth. n mt more I I
", ant Isms., bplng and] ,
.llo.to+ in !
Harold Pearce left last week for Mr. and : :: ''1 "-,"11'. Florida.Dotid .

t-; the East Coast to play baseball for 'business I i I th, 10th' day nf July, A. D. ( i
+ the I J W '
4 of the Hcuson. Cimrdlnn: forV E Andrt-u. a
\ I ,l"-flt-8.7.
Mr. and Mrs. \%'. E. Torode and sonvllle and ; '

family moved lust week to their summer Sunday I Il i I l'o.DFR:oV APPI.I IIFTIO"! (' TIOS 37S FAR 01' T1T TItB \

cottage on the north side of M.[ Pajj-ett. I I r.ESER.AI. STATUTES I

Klngsley: lake, where they will spend -
1 M-'iby(
notice a given that W A.
the remaining summer months. Mrs ,J. II. t .. ptirchitfid of tax .,,1. certlflcntt" \
Monroe Banker
Thvde t ed '.'
were rvsiwct'ix i'ly 01 and 2110 tntiued
Mr. and Mrs. Brynnt, Reddish of day l R"I" Cnlleetoi certlHcntt* of IJ.ndL' ,d I County ,
bring dated August' 2 t
L Jacksonville were week-end visitorsAt :; ", hate filftl tnicertlflcitM\ In my )

Reddish.the homo of Mr. ami Mrs. V. R. dren Mr.are and" \ :I Ia'm nernrdanee, made::; application"with I law for tax deed I' I \ And DiplomatBesides i

Said certittcatt rr"pectfv ely .mb... )
I Kinsley j "" ins t lUTnln in Bradford County.
4, A. M. and Robert '; "*....1| at the dale of thtj issuance
Blnnchard ..
were I Mrs. ; .. "* business visitors i ifined ,..
; to Starke Monday. ; i particularly set forth lo wltt
,, to her I'' rtlllcHle No. 201 embraces that beat'sMonroe his name, President James
: I': :r I. ;
: .
; .
r Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwards Mr. I days, but is i t nnrtrr half section nf northwest II, quarter of '\ always preached conservation by

A and .bIr\ ,. C. Y. !Mayo and Fred David Last week 2 rant.: -0 acre. ..townnhlp nknown flt south. banking. His keenness made tbe Louisiana
I and Robert !Moore, of Jacksonville, I been the Inpt I] I .CVrtiflcat No. 205 embraces cant
t half of southwest .
( i quarter of
were weekend visitors at the home I ment, but 'i "arl<',. BMtlon 14. township 6, south purchase possible.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. !Moore. I New York ('".t. 10 "..... assessed Bnknown.

i i the farmers .1'nUNtg"...lIn. said to I.curtlllcatf'4..... tax deed .J. H. Tatum, of UeLand spent the '| more '. \ the 10th day of Amrnst. A. D. 1928 the bulwark of this country.
fourth here at the home of Mr. and i Frank Witness my official signature .
I '' I I I flth day of July A. D. 1925. business
Mr*. O.V.. Roberts. i] west of O W .\ Every man every man, every

Rich > ator car of '- ) Clerk Circuit Court ... woman, should have a bank account.
t Mr. and Mrs. Muse and Mr. .!, County.
few crate By C. A. K' .
5 and Mrs. Carlos !Muse of Sanford, Tuesday of [ .li-ftt-a7, Deputy Have you one ?
r are spending a few days here this, : I rl

week with relatives and friends. I i j has had received shipped ; I'NDER:: OF CENLRAL\:PPI.IC 8FCTIOV ICATIOV STATUTES 57S FOR OF T'THE H yea haven't, start with as today.

Miss Mary Boyer, of Baldwin, was ception of a 1 -
tile guest of friends here Sunday. has ninety :i Hereby notice Is given that M....
n purchaser" of
tag" sal* eertirtcatr'
ped 60 acres I' :!:; respectively I 100. 101 and 10J ... l .-- Ia!": ill<
Mrs. G. T. Pearce js spending a few 140| acres to Tax Collector of Bradford County
i 1 ( .. Said rtlncatM b.tng dated July a.
days this week with her daughter : ;I I ?:). and ha\. tiled said ....tll..t.. Bradford BankBradford
Mrs. L. H. Hill. I Colds ; and have mad.. application for ta County
LAXATIVE ..u. In aecordanc with law.I .
Mr. and Mrs. Isom Reddish and I Said cert meat** rt.p ctir.ly .mb... I
4 the cauw .....( lands In Bradford County, County's Financial Stronghold
Misses Lorraine Carter and Myrtle E. W UPON -S ( I I I .iiid .t the date of the ivsuanc
.I sL 1.I l ..., '. in the names _.....th.I' 1889 STARKE FLA.

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