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 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02290
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription cr Year $1.50; Six Months 75c--i't,'Able In Advance. E:. IS. Matthews, Owner.

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Addx Appropriations of \'arious -KLK\KN:--INSl'FCTOitS: ARE I I I'liMlion and lialh ltoiiv nt tile lU'.ichSold MUs!; yL1R1 l K? KMCKMANK : '

('ountieliIlage; : Is f.iien.Tullnhu.si ; APPOINTED() : in iO\i EKNOItMarKo : to Oklahoma Man lor 1 ;I:'.\\1110.1) I Mix Main i !:'man i passed'! I .

Man Member New Department I Modern Tourist Hotelimm liulirotemcntH 1'.1< elllllj' ;ltl'I \.I I I' ,'" ,.I.I is t\t mug at ,
e, July -Une milho'i! I
,(o o'l'luck, lit I the homo of her eiauglnn'r
dollars or more will he spent in adtcrtixintf Under Commissioner of Manned lit 1 I hi Kvsort i ,
Agriculture. < : Mi-- I I. II. Pniiiidgt, on
Florida during the forthcoming I
Among the larger realtj dials of Frnl' l Madison street.

>year a large/ proportion of it byj. i Tallahassee July 13.-A school of the wl'ok'IIS the, sale nf pint\ of Tho' fiuu'inl wns held Fi. id.IY nfter- -;t I
counties and Following
municipalities. instruction is planned within a short Hampton Bunch property consisting I \ noun nt ,1,10 I : t( ..o'clock at the' i : .I'1< n"o
the lend set by some of the larger time at which members of the newly I "I'II strip of land fronting on llamp- 0'' Mi. and.. Mi,'".. L II. 1',1, 1 1 ,I i', 1 heI.IM

cities and more prosperous counties created department of inspection of I, ton lake the bath house and pavilion, ', *:,d I ni.s, luu, oondiKt, I liU..'.iI '.

sum fur advertising their communities | the agricultural department, appointed to K. L. KiK, of Oklahoma City, Oklu, 'I II I C''. F! ,- ,.inn-"I'1 MvlhtxliM: t hll"'h." I .
:-1!1 additional counties and aboutan
today by Governor' Martin will be'' I Iho. consideration being $15,000. ,\ ihon cnnpo-1)d| of M.- II II ',

equal number. of municipalities coached in the work they arc to do in i I The now owner announces bin intuit I \" oiini': .Ml-<, I':: :M I Km) ?i and\ \1. '.
hpd IK il acts passed by the 1925; legislature
\ enforcing the laws.Authorization I t< ion of erecting in the very near 1.-.th1 "l''t'l'naiidi'"Ninit / 0 ? Ilt, ,In'''% '

authorizing the levy of special for establishment of | future II $50000; ) hotel, modem intory I + r, IUnd, tti .1" ., I Ibldl'
I taxes for advertisling
Indian publicity and the department was given by an act''' respect, and to make I IInni|>toiiHeach ".\ with Mo"
purposes county of the last legislature which passeda < n yeur-around resort. The The .pallticnrori. > (11'1.; : n c ;. .
one of the newly-boin, asked for authorization -. \V. Altlcinian J. M.! Ti I .., ,
uhMiiltluWH ,
bill recommended by Commissioner iimilevnrd. has been surveyed' and \
to levy two mills with Mayo for consolidation of the inspection I shi'iihs. are being! planted around the II. H Young, :X.: Hand 11.,11, I'

charms which to und tell allurements.the world about its I forces' of such department. ,I property, hill plans being to also enlarge J. M. :Mitchell. I 1.1.) C .lour.' unl'r. ',

Heretofore the inspectors have been I and remodel! thv present buildings 'taivcr in char go. ,

lotion A noticeable this connection feature of the the legis-1 assigned to duties in connection with The buildings In which are nifht" clubs and cabarets at Boston I on the property. Dire Mary )K.: )Kicrman mix,. l>orn

in was number the various branches to which they I' are undergoing' a most rigid inspection since\ the collapse of the at Spencer! Ind., August :IMHh! I I--I.1 I:!, \
and west Florida coun- !1 confined their activities. Under the "Pickwick Club" there Jul> 4 when 50
ties and municipalities that were authorized now plan the men will familiarize death Picture shows firemen removing the body of one of the I UPHOLDS EVOLUTION she had reached tho ago of 11: ht\-

to levy and collect taxes for ,1 thmntrlvexwith. all departments inI I victim WIIKI-;;; ; one guars, ten months and nlnotccnilnys.
adn>l'ti'1I1jC purposes.. Calhoun asked i I !Jr. Dautt. Mule In WireTo
In 1SOU: ho married
1 I order that all of them may be concentrated was ti
and wa-- granted authority for levy.I! Scopes 1 loh<- W. ): who ,
left her
o\'I'III1\n., a
of the branches
(I| on any one I ,
ing two mills, while Cadsden Holmes of inspection service should the occasion 1926 Key' Went, July !-Ir. Dnuw Wilson widow in 18UH! ami for twenty-flva f';
Madison Commissioners Budget
Nassau Brad, '
Suwannee Prepare
ford arise. ; nationally; known physician and years she lived with her only child,
\\alton Taylor Alachua and I ,
I !Mrs' I.. H. Partridge Sits Evormnn
Those appointed today as members founder of thu royal urcnnum, who _
Jefferson So also got such acts through. |'I' of the department were Ellis Wood-' Tax Books Accepted From Assessor ;: has dined with crowned head of tame to Florida in HUD\ and in 1028i '1'1'
impre-sid was Suwannee county
with the idea that another act was I worth, Tampa, J. B. Brincon, Madison II I Europe on numerous occasions ,in a'':i moved from I.nki City to Clarke. She ':'f
D. P. Daniels, Marianne, A. M. telegram to John T. Scopes\ "I'lItl'nl.Iil'ul'e i, WIIB a woman of splendid'! mind and 1
each of
tie ns''d the giving her mumcipali- '': Turnbull Monticello, J. W Davis, Tho Board<1 of County Commission IDI.E\M1.1 PAHK HKPUESEN. i I of the evolution eastin Dayton'I took grout interest( in the study of

right to levy such taxes, andLntvtey Ocala, Fred F. Carroll, Pensacola, J.I.i' I ers of Bradford County, Florida (met I I "vnis i : '10 UKMr. : 11JoHE: IVrin., tonight uphold the theory of ,,t science and 1 other importnnt aubjocts.Yhcn .
Hampton and Starke in'
Bradford I D. Stone', Sanderson Walter P. Davis in regular session Monday, July Oth, evolution and cited the mule as an \ a girl she< united with the
thoxp will levy taxes in addition |i' Tallahassee, Gus A. Morton Archer A. D. l'J2.! :!n with all members present.I I c Cnwden, sales manager, and l,i \ 1.Dr. 1. Christian church and her lovable cU.-!!

for to to be imposed by the county E. M. Johns, Starke, and Henry as follows : .J\1.: Brownlee, Chairman :Mr. SU'iwu: I, ii-pioM,:,,lUi.n, the I'll 111 i- j l> Wilson sent the following tel"Jt'rllll I I"Wmll position togolbur with her attractive j

Pensncoln advertising also their communities. Ezcll Fernandina. Louis II. Hill Jv L. Underhill, nmi-Jax Realty" Co., of. Jin' ") \'die, l to Professor Scopes: I personality endonrod her to her family -

was given authorityto Citrus fruit gasoline and oil, C, W. Hinson and S. VXVndrcws.! will be in Starko this week at the Ho- I "Thetheory that all animals owe I and friunds.:

levy n special publicity tax. drugs, food, feedstuffs and fertilizer Minutes of last meeting read and I tel Marion, in the interest of their their origin to creation IM dlsprovun Shu lenses to hold nor memory

Expenditures by the smnller coun inspection work will be done by mem- I approved. i i development'! at Green lave Springs, hy the mule. dear, her di-voteil daughter, Mr*.
ties and cities
will be little than I
the well known drop In the more bucket as I! hers of the di']Mltment.j Petition received showing names Kllcwilil Park The lots in this (ireen i I "If a family of mule hud been Partridgo, of :Starko; ono grand-
Cove Springs property have been wiled, would have had laughter Mrs ))0:. and
compared with the appropriations of of W. M. Bryan W. C. Woolen J. A. ] )! thoy no posi Harvey" Kay,
the larger cities and wealthier coun- j STRUNK HELD. _FOR: l1l'IWEUCoroner'lI Howe and twelve others asking for priced very low, according to the de- ;i I tcnty. The/c would have beon no on great-grandchild, Beth Ray of
volopcr.s. nioru mules after the death of that Lake City.
ties the name of Mrs. Nora Futch to be I
for of placing before Juryerdict Is lie Killed I
purposes placed the roll. Upon I As announced, ( In previous I issues. of family Thus, the mule disproves the I| After the funeral service the body
the people of the of the Jones. upon pauper
country soma
curds motion, this petition laid over until the Telegraph. the voting by Clay story of creation, and proves tho wan taken to Lake City and( Sa tur-
drawing they have to offer. Mi- I I
ami probably will lead the state in Jacksonville, July 11.-John H. same could be investigated. county of u bond issue for building truth of evolution. The mule la sol- duy morning at ton o'clock: ahe waslaid
improved loads will result in a hard;'' ly the result of evolution 1 to rest and her banked
Strunk, alleged to have slain Constable I grave
this respect. Senator Watson of Dade Upon !motion, pauper allowance of 'I y
I surface road from Stnrke to Green
t Ma'lloiy' Jones last Friday I "Nothing can or ever could have with choice flowers" sent by friends
County, in speaking on the senate J. J. Sterricks was raised to $6.00 per
Cove and thence to St. Augustine
Springs: lieun cronled or annihilated. There I in :Starke! anil Lake City.
floor in advocacy of the measure that j night, was ordered, held for grand I month. I ,
I \ the '(I
distance to
shortening ( .
bi bOl'n'
Jury action by coroner's ) can nor ncvor could have
a jury

proposed an annual appropriation of yesterday The following Notary Public bonds I the Ancient City to jJ!! mile from any change except that of form and MIrrIIOIIIJI'I'LaRt !
$200000 from state funds for advertising approved: N. D Wainwright, Jr.' ., J. Starke The building of this road will I locality" l I
the state nit a whole declared I The jury, sitting before J. C. L. Peek and W. E. Yarbrough. result in Increased property valuesin i Dr. week the church had this hone-
Madison justice of the peace, at an l Wilson In the founder of tho nt of visit front Dr. W. F.
that his home city of Miami had spent I Committee from Chamber of Com Hiadford and Clay counties with Boston College of and I II a Dunklo
Physician '
inquest returned verdict that Jones
presiding older of the JaeksonvllU
approximately $300,000 during the
I merce consisting of C. F. Hoover andC. many thousand tourists using this Surgeon
i past year for publicity, and that it came to his death from gun shot A. Futch made request for an assessment road to get to the east coast district l who uxpioMsed' himself M '
would go even higher during the i wounds at the hands of John U. for publicity purposes, and I IN 1m.\!. ESTATE: CIUCLKS I well (pleased I with I the reports, givenof

next year. Tampa, Jacksonville St. l Strunk. The verdict was signed by after being considered it was decided made for general road the work dams l b>' the Stai'ko church
I I W. C. Thomas, jury foreman. purposes. Maurice Longford old .Sturko in the past three months.. Thu
Petersburg/ Lakeland Orlando and ]I not to make assessment for such Passed in regular session this the an I special
other central and south Florida cities About a half dozen witnesses were I buy who finished (ant year at t the state work has boon remodeling the Interior
1 purposes. 2nd of June A. D. 1025.
': make liberal appropriations for publicity placed on the stand by the state's attorney Upon motion the name of Mrs. L'I day W. E. 'rORODE.Chairman I university ban entered the real at- : of the parsonage and painting the

purposes each year usually Increasing I office to establish the fact ofIJones' I L. Ilagan was ordered stricken from Pro tem.C tate gamo In Bradford county, opening I I outside, and the minister's homo now

the funds with each year. death and that Strunk was re- I the pauper roll. A. FUTCH, an olflce In the law offices of Col.D. presents a neat and tasteful appear

Daytona DeLand, Palatka, Ocala I sponsible.Mrs. I II The following resolution was pass Secretary.Tno I E. Knight ancu.

Fort Myers and many other cities as I Lorraine Seaman of Panama ed: Clerk of the Circuit Court have Another addition, to tho growing Sunday srhoofal 10:00 o'clock every

j well as counties, also have been Park at whose home the killing occurred THAT WHEREAS[ on November3rd ing prepared estimates of revenues I list of real estate men in the countyis Sunday morning.

spending heavily in this connection. I was a witness.; Strunk was not 1U21, the Hoard< asked permission and receipts from sources other than I Sinclair L. Peek, who resigned his Preaching next Sunday morning.

i. The list of counties for which acts present at the inquest, being lodged to transfer from the Outstanding from bu levied to position with thu Bradford County and evening by the pastor.
., taxes to reasonably
'. were passed authorizing levies for, .I in the county jail. lie will have a Indebtedness Fund to the Fine |I i| be expected from the !lat preliminary hearing before Justice training and knowledge of the laudsin nt eight o'clock.1.lUU.Uf'J .
publicity purposes included the fol. and Forfeiture Fund the sum of I I ber, A D. 11)25 to the 30lh day of '
i i Madison next week if his attorneys thin section will be of to
lowing with the millage Indicated advantage
I! ask for it. $1,000.00 until the taxes were collected September, A. D. 1U2I3, and tho said him his I' :M ; MCUNSES ISSUED
', wherever specified: Holmes, 1 mill; and permission granted by the I| estimates: having been properly certified In new career' -

;,.: Gadsden, Hernando, 2 mills; High CITY COUNCIL INSESSION; Comptroller. That there is now suffi.cient u uuder oath were ordered spread TIIKKKSSA: I Thos. W. Markey. ;; ;and Miss Purl'

lands (creating special district for TUESDAYThe funds in the Fine and Forfeiture I I' upon the minutes of the Board and Green, Urookor.Jus .

tho purpose) ; Calhoun 2 mills; liar- Fund to replace the said sum ot', the original to be filed us a part of Theronsa July 17.-Mr.[ and Mrs.K. N. Fielding and Miss EunIce

dee, Marion, 1 mill; Hillsborough, city council met in regular session transferred therefore be it resolved the records of the Board and In words S. Sibley and Troy Batton left hero Jones, Gainesville.

(two acts on the subject) ; Indian I' July 7, with the following1 mem- by the Board that they do now request -'! and figures as follows: Monday on their way to Lurking' (', D. lii'thu and Ada Kite, Alachua.

River 2 mills; Suwannee Nassau bers present: C. F. Hoover chairman, permission from the Comptroller GENEIC.tl.; FUND where they expect to make their future Dill (',,'ech nn.111111) Pauline >

Madison Sarasota Taylor (two acts), G.Minutes\'r. Alderman L. A. Davis Jr., for the transfer of the said sum of From Occupation and railroad Ii- home. Wright Jacksonville
of the last
Walton, Alachua Bradford; Pasco I rend and approved.The meeting were 1000.00 from the Fine and Forfeiture con-es 150000. Among those who were visitors to I I.. R. Denmark and !Miss\ Lois U ifFAK.MEUS

DeSoto, 1 mill; Sumter, Levy, Jef i council decided that ai there Fund to the Outstanding Indebtedness From Assessment on candidates, Hampton Saturday afternoon were' Norman, Water Oak. m

ferson. I were so many matters to be consider. Fund.Resolution. primary election $500.00. Elmo and Then Padgett and Eugeno Clyde U. Parker and )Miss FlositaE.

Municipalities: Howey, all in Suwan- I ed at the regular meetings, that at received from the Boardof < FINE AND- FOItFEIIUKR: FUND Koon. :, Kite, High Springs.::
nee county Groveland Tavares, Sara- the meeting on the first Tuesday in Public Instruction of Bradford From fines $3,600.00. !Sirs J. P. Padgett has as her guest fioo. M. Dunn and hue Hazel Plum-

sota City, Umatilla Zolfo Springs each' month only routine matters County, Florida, asking that the I The Board of County Commission. her daughter, her,, Henry Koon and mer Gainesville \

(Hardce county) ; Perry Pensacola, : would be taken up, that the council Board of County Commissioners assess I ers then adjourned for the purpose of children, of Punta Gordii. t

dee county) ; Perry, Pensacola, WauVauchula ;, would adjourn until the third Tues the amount of ten mills for I organizing as a Board of Equalizers. Those who enjoyed a chicken pi- PKI.SONhKS( :; ; KSCAPKJohn : :

\ Lawtey, Hampton, Starke day night ,of the month when delega- general school purposes and same !, The Tax Asscsor having presented lau Saturday evening on Bedford Knhrht, sentenced to the
tions would be
heard ami busi-
Punta Gorda. I ness would bo considered.It new was ordered filed. i his books, showing the assessed valuation lake were R. M. Hersey and family, tote prlt'in' faun at Uaiford for life
The legislature also appropriated ,, Resolution received from the Mrf. Fred Cloversettlu and family,
was decided that the superin of property subject to taxation on a thartru of criminal assault, and
$:>0.000 annually for the commissioner Board of Public Instruction of Brad- **. Adkms and family, Mrs. Padgett
; tendent of the light and water plant for examination by the Board In compliance f jooi're lie rker who has served lour:
of agriculture to use In advertising being the plumbing inspector and being ford County, Florida, asking that a I with the requirements. of Lawas and family, of Kafford and MrR. Kelly yours ...fI tin yr-ar sentenco on a rob

the state's resources and pos ; in the employ of the town that he levy of live mills for Interest and< ; -at out in Suction 23) of Chapter and ,daughter Eunice, of Tampa. >,ery charge, both trusties, escaped

sibilities. !, was subject to the orders of the coun- I Sinking/ Fund he made upon the ;5oHi;;! ", Laws of Florida, and the Boardof J. P. Padgett! wan a business visitor from the farm i Saturday nl"htV.. D.Irown .

l cil in doing emergency work for citizens I property embraced within the bond- < outifcv Commissioners. having: given I to Stark" Saturday. farm munairT, h.e reported
CARD OF THANKS: '! '!, and that it would be his duty ed school districts numbered three and notice for fifteen days by 'jn. >II.I t.. police headquarters her asking

The family of-Mrs. Rebecca Bowden I, to enforce the plumbing regulationsof '!'she (Starke and Lawtey), and a cation), in the Bradford County Telegraph C'. OK C. MEETING: LAWTKV TONUJHF that the force watch for the men. 1
the town. !'
Alvarez extend their heartfelt levy of one-half mill for Widow'sPension I a newspaper published at

thanks to all who offered assistance ,, The council passed an ordinance to Fund and same ordered filed. :Staike in the County of Bradford The Bradford county chamber of !!! OFKKUKI
conform with
during her Inst illness. ] the speed of automobiles state law and regulating other Estimates received from the several J that the Board would meet on this commerce will meet at Lawtey tonight CHOLERA VACCINK .

FAMILY. I I!i' vehicles in the town of Stnrke, the Special Sub-School Districts as H" a Board of Kijuulizers for the (Friday), it being the regular Tallahassee--The state Sanitary

speed limit being twenty-five miles follows: 1 to 18, inclusive asking/ purpose of hearing complaints and meeting night of the body. !Members\ Live Stock Hoard, hall printed application -
8,000CUES SOLD U Y KIR :M that certain millage be assessed as to tho valueof .
per hour on residence streets, and recd iving testimony an requested" to be present. forms under which farmers
I fifteen miles on business streets. against all the property in said districts any property real or personal or
All.Florida Company in Union County An ordinance was also passed con. as follows: No.1 for 6 mills, mixud aa fixed by the County Tax AI.ae. AimiKIJ)J IN JACKSON: ; VI LLI I K: may get hog cholera vaccine and vir i

Deal. ': forming with the state law relative No. 2 for 10 mills, No. 3 for 10 mills, .-or. Miss Verna L. Lambo formerly of us. Tho law appropriates 25000.00 t

to the Impounding of cattle and other No. 4 for 10 mills No. 6 for 6 mills After examining the assessmentbook Mnncton New Brunswick, Canada, II year for this purpose. For the first

Florida Jacksonville July 12-The All- animals in the town of Starke the No. 6 for 10 mills, No. 7 for 3 mills, the Board decided to accept the and Mr. Berry S. Johns of Starke 1,000 cubic centimeters, tho applicant v
Realty Company 223 West same'! tp take'effect upon the approval No. 8 for 5 mills No. I 9 for 10 mills. tax books as made and presented by were united in marriage Saturday has to pay only one-fourth the actual '
Forsyth street has
Just sold 8,000 of the Mayor. No. 10 for 6 mills, No. 11 for 10 mills. the Tax Assessor and no person having July llth at Jacksonville. Immedi- cost of material the State paying

acres located in Union county near ;I A motion was carried that the No. 12, for 8 mills, No. 13 for 8 mills appeared to protest or complain 1 ately after the ceremony they left for three-fourths.
Butler to Charles R. Sligh, of :i above ordinances be advertised by I
Grand Rapids Mich. The land was I posting as required by the ordinances No. 14 for 6 mills. No. IS for 6 mills, about value as fixed by the said Tax St. Augustine whero they will spend TO ALL WHOM IF MA' CONCERN o : :-
'' No. 16 for 10 mills. No. 17 for 10 Assesior. two weeks. They will reside In Jack-
owned by II. P. Faris, banker of' of the town.
a ,
mills No. 18 for 10 mills all sonville. Notice i lit hereby that the
Clinton of which The Board then adjourned a given
and II. P. J.is
Coffin of Johns After paying the regular bills of J.
was ordered filed. Board of Equalizers and organized as The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. trial term of the County Judge's court .
town. |!I the town the council adjourned to'
This Is considered valuable July 21st. 'I I The following resolution received a Board of County Commissioners. Johns extend congratulations. and designated to bu the fourth Tuesday i

piece of and a Mr.very' intends i from the Board of Bond Trustees of Tho Board then took up the matterof best wishes. fit each' and every month and to

to property and Sllgh : SALK OF LOTS BRISK I Bradford County Florida, and same making an estimate of the necessary continue from day to day thereafteruntil li 1
develop colonize with
: C. L. Peek who ordered filed CAIti OF THANKS! all before
Michigan people. recently put a : expenses for the County for the mutters then pending

; number of lots east of the station on I I Be it resolved that the Board of fiscal year from October lit A. D. We appreciate and. thank our alii court are disposed of Said term j

BAPTISTThe | the market reports that his sales for. County Commissioners of Bradford 1925 to September 30th, 1923, and friends for their many acts of kindness to be held at the courthouse In the

., one week following the announce. County Florida be, and they are having considered the receipts estimated and assistance during the last town of Starke Bradford county,

pulpit will bo filled Sunday ment of their opening amounted to hereby requested to make an assess- by the Clerk ami the valuationof Illness of Mrs. Partridge's mother, Florida.

morning and evening by Rev. J. J. $1,830.: These lots while well located,, I men of 18 mills to pay the interest the property of the County as Mrs. Mary E.: Everman. This the 14th day of July, A. P.

Farmer a former pastor of the are being sold at low prices, Mr,,, on the! road bonds of Bradford Count shown by the assessment roll prepared MR. AND MRS. L. II PARTRIDGE 1023.

church. Peek stating it being his Intention ol ty Florida, and to create a sinking by the Tax Assessor and having OEO. A. GARDINER t

Rev. Farmer has many friends here allowing; the buyers to make a profit' t.: I fund to retire said bonds at maturity given full consideration, of the needs St. Augustine-Proposed new home County Judge of Bradford

who will be glad to hear him again. if they


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Cities and Towns ,

itilities She: :' ago: ont"mplatln.r

.' v I water work- 11,1,1 an electric plant :
The L wu-': \\'"mans' Club was one
of the first to be organized in the : 1
state. The social life of Lawtey is
high in tone.
!. I

t Hampton began business in a
( small way in 18V: when the railway
), track from Fen-andina had been laid
,, I 3 v /M that far. The good farming lands ,".
( : t the vicinity had attracted settlers of

J the best ca3<. and couple of little
#. i stores sprang up The place was
known as "C-t" Roads" for many
', \ year b.About.

187; many new settlers came

,'.' ., I ...,. #. to Hampton from other Southern F d as 1.
._ it -. states The place was laid out in I
::-..... .alas". twa.Mri ,.s streets and las in a modest way at
first but later additions were
11M' : urvey-
... .. ed. The town now decided to call herself tar, -
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Hampton .--.. ....
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In 1894 the G S t F. railway, now er. -

!Senior High School liulidmx! Marktr the Southern was built through
Hampton.' This pave a strong Impe.,
STARK c". cres 'Mt.! :and lumber. Then tus to Improvement A good hotel was Junior tligh School Building, Lawtev.

1 iu,:<. a cu, .n\ ..f people from the established and brick stores made
:Msrke is the mpital of the county Nortn aid the northern tier of the their appearance Livery stable, turpentine verging; within her boundaries, and tance for the success of production
F 1 and] her largest town She began South."r- states armed tbere aDd still, sawmill, cotton gins and telephones as well The sociability and and sale of the commodities mentioned. -
business in 1857 was incorporated bought l 18nd. These peoplewere intelligent other utilities were added. The principal high moral tone of the inhabitants .
1!*73. and in 1887 became the county and had means and energy. street was paved-the first paved makes this an idyllic place to dwellIn.
{ cat of Bradford county, in which They held town meetings and all street in the county. And for a HIGHLAND

l Union county was then included. Her pulled for the common weaL time the town had a newspaper. NEW RIVER Although the depot and the !aY"nut
highest about 197 feet abovesea
point is
Almost at once the town was laid Hampton girt. a pleasant impression the line
level Through the town passesthe This village situated the of Highland are just over in
and blocks the among
out into streets : struts ; it is completely built and ven.
1 main line of the Seaboard Air were stumped and ditched and shade erable trees shade the streets and rich warm, rolling lands bordering Clay county, so many in Bradford!
Lore Tnlway. and the Wunnoe branch t.planted along them. The Iota State the river of the same name The county depend on her for trade a- 1
yards. Road No. 13
runs through
i f that road bee;ns in Marke;; and ends farmers
I \Nunnee.. on the Suwannee river. were improved as soon as staked out, the very center i.f the t.W1There U around there are generally shipment of products, till w, t<-, :
big until!1
and recent
with good residences and union satin both the Sea years
orange a seeing her 'h"
justified in including a mor)
From the beginning Starke has been corn and cotton and beef cattle were
plantings. The land being rather flat. board and th<. .-.uthern The railways
a noted trading point and still holds TraitRidge the only products. But now they also villages of this county
r and receiving the run-otf from have extensive trackage here, to facilitate -
:' I j that distinction People come here the western slope of which the. transfer of tourist grow a great deal of truck, especially While the old "Florida Railway

i from near and far to buy goods and reaches the eastern edge of town, coaches from use to the other tomatoes. In the near future the and Navigation and West India Tr in.
sell produce knowing that the stores big holdings will probably be subdivided -
canals The
capacious and ditches weredull' number of travelers who haveto
ure well stocked so that they can get and put on the market for the sit Company's railway" was 1ir! I
and the town soon had a !good stop over at Hampton have caned
what they desire I There are nearly drainage system.A more stores and restaurants to be established benefit of small farmers. The soil is constructed there was some ,I "otht

forty stores for different kinds of sawmill just sooth of Lawtey was but the biggest! portion of ideal for grapes, watermelons, cantaloupes where to 10c.te.the. other -tnn,.r-.
goals. here, selling\ anything: from an kept: blU.will.. lumber for buildings the business comes from the surrounding and peaches. but none whatever about Hiphlar I

\ marchants and carpenters to build residences farmers and truckers. Large New River is served by the South1'ridfurd It was placed at the very apex of
and contractors for clearing quantities of strawberries, vegetables
pr1\.s are low and a considerablemail Trail Ridge, the ditch water on r"">

order trade is carried on. The '" side running toward the Atlantic an,1 i
stare clerks are the most alert polite J ,
and uns-taking; men to be found ..
an} where.Starke t south the trains mast, by mean nf
.. six .curves climb the steep lopo if
has two banks which
are the ridge and this took every sti,k
constantly growing.. Being of the.tnlwb..rry
one A. of wood the tender could hoI! I, aril I
centers of the state thehanks
the supply had to be rer>lem.ht,1 i who :,
vital and much I
are a necessity i" .
" the reached. The >
top was carver
, of
the success of the berry Industryis
iT, I: without brakes of any kin I I. n" i '1-.'
due to them. The banks do their
guage being wider than that ,>f .->tur
" hare in forwarding the ever increas- .
w I ir f truck business railways "foreign" or Yankee" car, I
" i > equipped with brakes, could not he ir. I
.1 An institution, that works for .
eluded in the trains So the (" iriice'-
t.urke a" well as for the county at of the otd "Alachua" and "J. J Duhison" -
: .ine, is the Bradford County ChamU with painstaking care mi'' 1
of l'onlmero While ita head
their trains sn that their cer'ir- f ,
I >lJ4rUTs are a$ Starke. it meets atther I
gravity should be on the top ft 'H" "
t places in the county in rotation, i
I hill to prevent a roll f i-vn- !
I .
a* well Letters of inquiry, addressed. I I
,' .. Lawtey or backward to Bald ir Tv !
*; I
,'. t the :ecrctary. will be quickly and hard-worked negro fireman .* I '
'I jthfully answered.Marko : ,, took a nap white! the braVi'm.'n '1. !i ir i

;.. Cinders! Association I* a >rvon,! -nftor *<"v'irg; Vhi'V: '' 't"! "1 1" I
v ,operative body of truth and ;.f., rear wheels! 'ar i inven -to'C s .i', ,
.tr tHrrj Drawer The rapid ; ,- f* rt of the 'wa t'rr.' Tr" ," ". J
.t ntlc the secti..n is taking in dcvel- pint,:, 10 in .1 large measure due to i <., skin from rip 1 haekw, .... r I
tru asaociahon.: T'P rref1an11',t hen fill 11! 'h

Being. a town that pushes her fir"ice with woo d. "nd.e. .. t. .- I

tuidi tentackfjtr away, several cxkUrittKiis ica", as the train! after Kc i ir -';.r' ,
'r not found In towns with ed. w iuW r"1 1 ,1.!.,: the hi'I :. r.. I
only local Clientele, flourish here. 'f." >v its "W't.: The n.::" I

Thus we can boast of a lumberyard r .!J,1: 1 up his tak' and.). 'r'1 I '.\ .,r
u ,dentist, s. g' oil photographers as the i-wsencprs why had :Vf* tV. '. I
car It found anywhere, a land and t' .Fact s' "jtfhat then i 1.1",, I
' n t''s; nrermjr surveyor, acetylene weld. 'pr set abonn! When the r r : -
r I .,f. millm,'r\ store, jewe cry store I ha 'atisflc, hi-...?1f that th"',' ..,...- I
I .,'t : vv s'i !It repairing, plumber ab- .IM1 { a" ire; VT ,t.. ns\ h's' hat "- ) '. '
1 -'r.it attic '. broom factory, concreteu "1.(1' 'PT'r '!'''-and she rV.1.! I f
'r.... and Ill ttteltent bakery.
1 i189.1! a firm from the N;' -
t X ru.litar.: company of high rating, bunt a Ian!" sawmill at Trail! R ; I
injures security for Starke. This The TotTit being the hiche.t ,'," i
i t I"odYIU onrjnised nearly forty Countr. uurthouse Starke, raflr ad-21(1( fret above 'e- '. f
\ aril! has the \love ..f theft '
< ars mro won i the r me was changed to H :' ,- '

y _/, -me. folks ,inj the respect! of thefaze. land moved! to young Lawtey to swell II.I 1 i' ._ 0. are sSpt'l! from here ern railway and improved roads. A The mill men brought their 'v-- I

< population.. The most competestore M\ ,'< r..'"rikS. ha' a S.en e ta!>.i,<;n ed l lirj turpentine still and a sawmill produce and ak'Med' men and the r f r',,'
J Starke u ; churches till I tbel'is for of general} merchandise in this rr iprovfmets: are in the quantities
I men, women and one children e'eryl ,.h.te section supplied the pioneers! with mate'Tnere are churches! and The oldest:.! church In the county eluding. a hotel. were erector! T" flowing !
'oli.( : is situated near this place. vear there several : ,
aril tutored. An school anything they needed. Other stores a/'d 1 so.-al activities makes -
imputing .
well and markets were also established 1 Ife: pier: building, supplied with teachers, ,
Her ult.lT'ed: r ".... '
and schools and churches built. The eop "11
,- i ur pride.. An excellence paper BROOKER This village situated on the their home with.o.' < and -1 'w -. I'
'!-o: Bradford County Telegraph U surrounding section beingheavily Jacksonville She "
Tampa railway. and the t.'''''T< W' i "iiisrrr. '' '
i \
I still continued
"" "f the oldest in the state and the limbered urging to Brooker came into being as "Ward has a sawmill and a turpentine still as a r>u.v one.In .
.'' ," smaller towns to b.- an important industry. Citv" in the early nineties, when the and lies in tM midst of the rich farm I
c't' "j 1, i L,> elf with a linotype machineP Contemplating the bright future fLame Atlantic Lumber Company's railway tag section. The farmers are turning 1899 the mill was mov': t '- > ,
'.o G.tvtr: Theatre shows high-class:" ,.. a Jacksonville real estate now the Wannee branch! of the Seaboard their attention to trucking and succeeding where, aid little by little the .\i"t f ,
:n. ,\ ,-is putin-s and rives theatrical firm bought up many sections of land, reached the Santa Fe river well. Snap beans seems to be Highland went down. The ,'mtdweHhir I
"it "'I i 'nusica': e-tertainments. The Wo- north south and west of Lawte. cut For years the name of Ward City their specialty. Turkeys and chick were moved away ..)- 1.>. I
M '-'.n'- r ,1 1 '!,"..rar> .s a'atel) structure the subdivision \\ ",.><)Ilawn Park. postoAce was named Brooker Tobacco has been grown there successfully there are only a few dwel'ies '.r '<
a- I its work for the Strawberry was tried well furnished mercantile st.in' :
q : ow rs uplift growing experimentally This is a region of warm friable this year.
and progr* f town and county. by a Lawuy man, and soil suitable: ; for watermelons and all But the mr is about to r'n *'I" i
V4I I the pr .fessions and trades are proving a success, the Woodlawntuts kinds of track and general farm prod THERE53A for Hightar! Starke's od! fi curd "ert. Marke is a self-contained were soon settled! up and convert ....u. The people are enterprising and Though Theressa proper is only **. tat firm recflg-izinc the n 'nil I -* i'
: 'w' that gains the respect an well ed into strawberry del_ Here can beseen atlas no opportunity to utilize their wide place I in the road" with postof- capacity of the surroundir ',':Jntr.:
Of f n<'luUhlp of all comer what good husbandry can accomplish resources. The territory around flee station and a store it is surrounded for the produetior of strvv'-r-u-t.

1, :arke has a finished, solid etf- in Florida. Many a farmer Brooker is thickly settled with well by thrifty farms. During track fruits and tobacco as w,>"' K
rcgwtung appearance. Several of the owns only ten acres of Und but from to-do farmers and several well fomtshed shipping time-which lasts practically staple farm crops( acqtt:red i the h 1 I.
it he gathers enough strawberriesand all the -.ar-th. station on the of firmer mill '
streets an paved, including State the lags the m -r. a" w
Mate road Xo. 13, which passes ,other products to support a family trade. stores supply of Southern is almost !hidden from use its wonted energy in exp': .. ,- I

tl rcech. all lined with shade trees I and keep a hone, beside sight by trucks bringing prodace.' The that section.. There being ar ab;-- P
and! lowers. Water work sewerageand Today L*..tey is one of the strawberry :Much doe timber is found in this village is situated at the edge of the 3 plant which: furnishes electric centers of the state and .* surrounded section, and a Tampa concern hu lake region, where the undulating, peat Jw stilt will probably be ':-ir- i
i'chtinir a* well as power, are among: by prosperous farms. The lately erected a large sawmill here. well drained lands produce watermelons State .Read X'". 13 runs thr< "-h -h,' I
the "tthUH.1.... an we factory and growers and business: awn are served There are .also smaller m:!I". a turpen- cantaloupes' cucumbers) sad wait edge of the town and t- *. I, ,
c: -i I Im.II! "td! and NttAUl'1Int'- by tire still ard contractors for crossties peaches perfection The people cf board a d-' ".trukirlfr from H,,c", '
L'TEY a bankstartiy growing in importance and bolts! for veneering.! Cypress the neighborhood are noted for their Lad to Baldwin with heavy rail< ,> I'
The town n welt!! supplied timber abounds alone the New sal intelligence and
I "":"Y a situated on ttX -.. "eaiwaard co-operative spirit ha"!"dle the steaii.ly increas,nc: t-TifT!
r I "e rn Iway an,1 I ?'tak R.>a i No with stores and markets ad... a hick Santj. Fe. n';ers. alh.te oak and and some able iair has always When this section i. comple'e! i

!* ia-: ..'t +,(-".i,h the town Until tlll'T"tr---t s:>" setter: Bj.: :'c--l and Beste'ry! th. been at hand to <.1lttrHt.nd direct.There urdent'""" the double-trsoltir. ': '
!'- .' ', ra 'road Broker has *sa has a fr-jit growers' as- exteto :?: tarke. and the'n t'> r.a'reo. I I
wi ahinptn' '"a" r for L'r..i! <:anceeepV: -r" aid other also: .
scvera1! ; H .
imp %"-i : Sways con- socia::i.-. w-ich _- if great iapor-: v-.I'e:! via Sampson C't> .

,, 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 : : I


.I C. L PEEK & SON Real} EstateBRADFORD J. W WHITE & SON DeWITT C. JONES. Hardware E. H. SMITH J. H. and J. T. MOORE ',



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-1 1'I or general contract i to be poil'min' ,1 Il .I"";slur. nld] ntlici' nttrndnnl.420.00: t ...I

1 1tAd,. ,,illuei!1 vim" an lIuth\] 1 'tin. I ..i.l i sail,| \\nli-i .on ___ 200.00 .!
,Ii iinnr. ._.__ 200.00 "
:s;l Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph to 'l.1l) -i Lit., ihiiol lund WRI6LEYS i I <' I ,,, .' ,. .n.n. ___ 1.0/10..10/( \" .j 1
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I akd.lI1ll-l eit folio Pal I ; -i.l' ,,. ,.l, I'. .1 IliiiuiKH. .. :2,0"0'
I -1 \\Ith. i .iri'iier, A t Iniuiiitii' :: Fees of OlTlMn,
1111.,1. .
nf 1..Ilkd ] i
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Live State News warrant hate by ShlI'ItAlfl''d! \\il-! I I..n''. liuiulrlmii FIM nf ORlrrnnnl
l I ,. ... _. __, .
,' di i'. of Polk county, cha;;.Aing him vv .thitumptinir after every meal ISncn <1. I 'I" pI
i- ......_.._...-YYYYYI+...-.J. -Ullimrrv nnd I'rtn'-:
to collect a bribe. Accordilog 1 .noml Statlonni') It:utikfl, etc. .01' 10
Parents mcvitmfcf" the ticar' IS o1... 6"10 ii.td.
Told Our to I>. L. Durrance, state sapid. ...
by Exchange Chtldtvn to cant for t/wlr teeth! u. 1/.1/ l.yI I.e'r enilI'xni .
in, ii long ,distance conversation to the' I II t.! tne,,1 la 0" ."0
i immiHlunM Paid ,lit IIftl.o.I" ." ,- ti!
Duilx News of Lakeland, CheiC feayomen live them Wrlgleyfe. 1.r..,., .-.,,. _._. 1."DO.00 .
t was held for arrest, followingthe It removes foal l particles I I 1'H\ t ,,lll..ltlt'u .- 1 > I I II I
., Tampa-Express airplane service to another meeting to be held. Say "Bayer Aspirin" arrest of a Tampa boy here some from the teeth Ntrentihen: ."uiT '(.1111, .ml, Mtirl. Work .. I., \
I tu I il< l In ult Count' Rsoordlngeel)
connecting Tampa Jacksonville. and I :: days. ago charged with running, liquor the Rums. Combat acid <" mini Imirtnrk .. .__...... 100.no
Miami is planned by a local company Punt Gorilu R. C. Bonnell, local INSIST'! Unless you see the At the time the boy was unable to mouth. 1 I'I MMIHIJI, if, 1'ilmiiiy' KlMtlon .... ", "i e
Imliviiur 3.1'10 I
given( endorsement of the board of manager of the telephone company, automobile
Cross" on tablets you put up bond leaving his in Refreshing and beneficial!
trade. One of the organizers left for iiiul John Olsen, who was helping him, "Bayer lieu of same The deputy stated! that I Ii "I"'Ini .-.____.. ._......18,160 00

New York to arrange for the purchase had a narrow escape from death or aye not getting the genuine after the boy hud been fined\ $.100, it 1SIIVIATK: UK. KMK\rlKH: KINK AND FOR.

of planes, it wad said. I serious injury when a lot of telephone Bayer Aspirin proved safe by i is understood. Chief Ferryman loanedhis i SEALED ': I hiri UK H .\) (VDKOIID' COUNTY. ,
i poles which they were preparing to II: FLORIDA FuR I'UK liAR BNIIMi )
Tallahassee Trustees of the Inter- I millions and prescribed by physicians .. mother the money to pay the fine, TIGHT I I HKPTKMnEK 10, KMhirlflr
unload from a car suddenly broke When the KEPT i nod nritutlrii.. 1.11.1, linn In
the 1 1I
nal Improvement Fund sold $348,850:; { loose and fell them, pinning for 24 years. holding ear as security. I i'dnllll,1,! I'ni>.. .... t S,10.00nooo
upon mother attempted to pay' Lark the I R1OHTI i I i ," t,fiiiklM, t 111.1 lid,,;, hi rriuI ,, ii' I
worth of suite land One tract, an them to the ground. Some negroe Accept only a to have advised ,n.11* .... 0' ,
$::100! said
I Peiryman is
island in the waters near liradentnn, unloading a carload of brick nearby, I ,M .ik if tin. iliiull, Court lout 1,11'nII '
s VBayer her to allow him to keep the ear 'II 4 I Illlllllfl Ivan,Hmi COOS
and adjacent mud flats, brought $1,- rushed to their assistance, lifted the package and nothing about it he would I. ,, Jiului. OOH\ ( lulls- m- 'C.timlunl,,
000 an acre, another tract of 210 acres poles off of them. I I say or i I. 1000
the i ..,,1vwnr, : : ; ; i
have to turn the case over to county Hi. I- n.-'i' III1U, i II
fur $400 an acre, while a third of which contains directions
proven t I I00
and Inter to the state. rTr 1 y I 1"i.;:: .,. ltt.1 ._::: ,
2SO acres brought $31)5) an acre. West Palm Beach-Con"tructlon' Dandy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets I ritivoa M etr, ,| iI ", i"moo
ill' Mi 111.,1.
tASrr n'S1mtraa' untilI "I.> m ue 1I
will Also liottlun, of 24 and 10O-Druggist'* ,
start immediately on a new sev- II I u it.I "
St. l''lersburll'ine internal revenue i White Springs One of the most ,
Mnitttfuitun e CJ I --I'e. nit ennui m FIYe, t .
mark of fliiyi
tin 'ro r
A'Tlrin I. "
en-million dollar hotel in Palm :
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in Florida (
nirontn working conjunctionwith of MuuuiufilctclJ tjallcjrUuci important deals\ transacted in I dket.l anon ,
Bench according to nn announcementby I i ilium I'llMttir-" ; the federal office at Jacksonville real estate circles this w"'k'U" there .
I ,. .
1 ills
I I I ul junii Mi I "nnuJ I
began the work of checking local income Sidney Maddox owner of the ed, J. \\,...b.Il'h'rrltt" : of Gainesville, made\ formallyknown here by relict'suntdtt'es "\\,ho in'Ide. you Ii nv i tin.,', .' I '""",,, Bud .t in,,.ova 1"11" (C.1 .."" ,NI .,
hotel I which burned
tux returns in the chamber of was for thesl'holllrsi1ip. of the realtyarm of Itul- I 'Tin' filbi., 'I'mul'-li'i' ,. 'I'hay I liiiiiliiinnl"l.ultlll
last March The be was the.fucccs-tful( competitor in in i III Jllll .....,..._.._ u. O.OO
cummeico rooms in city when 100 new structure to | lock and Cute and the All Florida run me and n lot of other i.tUi\ uiti"r< 11..1'r.i ... i 'IIIIII..h'i iI

business men were summoned to appear built by Mr. Maddox will be known as 'Itealty Company, through which 'I' nut of town--ilanncil v\e weni issi- "I,ilul 1 -- -_ .-' -'0 f
,luring the day. the Palm Beach lioyal. It will be located Key Went-United States navy tug Irma the deal\ was executed and who fled."

on the site formerly occupiedby Day Springs was. dispatched from hereto announced the Una! consummation of A tJnilid State:: A rill)' rcpnrldy. .

I'.olil-Watermeion. : .shipment the Palm Beach hotel. Car fort lighthouse/ to search for the sale of White Springs formerly I. KrVTIMATK Exl'KNaxa liKNKRAI. Pt1NIIRAlt.'ORO that there nu not more than :,tm vtt( .j.

fr..in the West Coast this season have a 100-foot derelict schooner reported owned by Mrs.'' A. blathers :Negotiations COUNTY. FLOKlr, POll I rinary students in the rwtnu'y'. 1'1"I 1 1r i

totaled 1'JOO! carloads, according to exhumed Sarasota in-Treasure Some 3,000 Island coins, south were of jy musters. of two passing. ships as I for the sale have been in pro- I I I TUB!:Hi.PTt.MntB PIOCAI. KAH so IMSSiiliuv KMIINO I tilenim that Ihete \\ III lie I Ii -s I than I I .f

11'1I"? A. GiinVi, division freight I Sarasota by three whose. names :' floating in that .section and partly 'rresH and have been generally known three per state gradual fm.. t tlu> 1 next 'J,
iicrint of the Louisville and Nashville men submerged with sails net. No bchooiier for several weeks though no formal of Cl".ik of IIw Circuit Court four yenta, and the iinthonlu. ; .- hc- )
are whithheld. A number of coins Cnn.ty'At. ,, itor .and Clerk to
UnIt"i ?']1. Orcacevillc, the largest have been sent to Chicago and to is reported missing from thin port I statement having been given out of County Commlottete) .. 0 o. 1.noil.on Hove that this number in inudiii'| :it(<> d>

jii''Ion shipping point in Florida, ship. I Washington J. and shipping men are at a loss to explain the prospective sale and! purchasers I','r l>lim and nII..o. of comm.500.00 tare for the Increasing vet nniiry'
for classification. Dr.
I'ny nf HhprlfT for altvMifanrc nn
lieil' !"in) of the carloads. The other
of the derelict needs
W. Johnson has restored by the identity as ,. of the I property having paid an option ( aunty' coma----------------- 00.00
strong .
JMI: i.iis; were shipped from Chipley! ,passing ship has reported picking salads: at Other oal.... and Cm: 1
acids on few of the and datesof no i some days ago and! have been busy
a coins
hrie.uK, brand; Ridge and :Mariiiimn.Ini I Kii4 have been outlined. It is thebelief up a ship's crew. No sign of life was perfecting an extensive program ofiloxolopmcMit I "Io"nlIII", rmy-fur roiinly' Comm.-_ 4001SupiiMiir AH bud accounts will bankrupt a
derelict. the biiiinesM worthless
visible on of tbio wonderful health ', no rows
K' onville-The body of Peter J. of local numismatists that the In I.'nl' IhdldlneeCourl ,--

Kluiiu., :youth Jacksonville mnn who ''coins 01 either of Roman or Portu- St. Augustine. --When City Attorney giving springs and! the properties ,,,11.. II..u... _. inn|Inn non ,Hi n ilnirMiinn.intii i ,

vu, ih, ,Avmil off the jetties at Feinamlma '- guese origin. K. Noble! Calhoun presented his purchased therewith. The purchase ('aim" ul', II,,.rIII, ,I Vlll"II ,l!"," .1 1 Ml .. 'M 'one I 'IIKnrnltiiri' ,
exu'edinc. r'i, \\ /]! <'itv' (1.1I1'1l'1' arcade, store
price sum and iurr. fir -
aggregates u
:SWlday': was washed ashore Cocoa-Bessi.-Shepherd, 17, of bill for $10,200 for legal services in $300,000. The. buyers. were J. S. I url, 1 II,11(, ,,, Inn( niIMII and ntlli\ ..e balding to he constructed
tin infurnintion reaching _
u according to connection! with the recent bond Issue 100 onIuptniiiN
this Identilicntion was made Columbus, Ga., was instantly killed Alain and R. A. Batehellor, of Miami : of t nuiil" llull..llni(4 ..-- I"t 'I'hll'n",1\ MncnoliaYnwr .
for bridge and water, being one
liv the' --Inn- which Rhcino and H. A. Hicks, of Hollywood, is in I who have organized n $l,00inii' ) ) )
<< was wcur-
per cent of the issue, the<< city commission ,_
u critical condition in a local hospital .syndicate nmonir whose ui.nrberit'e aaraa.er wNa
inc at' tlu time of the accident, the failed to on the payment -
as the result of automobile accident agree i financiers and
an repir-Hi-iiUd! developer
body was nut recognizable. Bheinevv.i which occurred eight miles northof and comparisons were sought/ : of marked and note.
> ;.1. f".nmer Newark, N. J., Man. with other cities, the result being the success '
here. Three. other occupants of u 't
charge was found to be in line, and AMI Eli B MENSEUE: MEN;="
:xt ,\ML. ntIlH-AIlCII Rowe, charg- car in which Mist Shepherd was traveling
the bill was ordered paid at a meeting I
cd. \\ t tli in .t degree<< murder in con- received more or less serious Ward
of the city commission, althoughover According: to Hap it vvni in'
m it t "'n witli the shooting to death in injuries. i Ty
the protest of one of the commissioners the old, wide-open( days. Into a I hit" r ,
Nunu:; of .,4 n h aI .
countyon August 10,1022 ..
Vancouver stalked .,.lll' '
St. Petersburg Two investigations who considered the bill room a 'm.
\\ l) \\nitrate and his son, Striven ,,
eiof formidable and vt 1 II.
will be conducted to do- exhorbitant. | n aspect < e
5Vii i oar, vuii found not guilty, by a .
turmine responsibility for the collapseof | slvply Iniired-over. On a chain In was .
jui' ," in intuit court here. Immcdmte1 << the ll'l1rwllter-lJurin one of the dragging n half-frown mountain I .,n --
partially completed $350,000
I'Mowing' his acquittal Rowe left First. Methodist church South most severe electrical storms ClearWater The denture evidently was ,mwh i 1
In tt< t t.. iptum to his !Nassau; county portions struck I
has. had lightning ,
of which crashed to the ground ever caught It -nal'leIIHI\ snapped ;rid

I 1.1.. '. scattering tons of wreckage and endangering the Cleniwater central high school I I fought with its tether.<< Then, lindinirI :

7'nit in, ,,-This city is soon to ben the lives of workmen and building! July 0, at four u'clock. The I itself inuiilt four: walls, it grow ,desperate

jmssur.sby. Several workmen bolt doing the damage came in tne and crouched and, with claws / N
"> the most important grape \ were I \ crtf /NV'y' '
.hi, Florida, slightly injured by falling bucks and northwest .sky and zlg-zugg from and teeth out, leaped fur the throat I
i i I'' i c. points in it was de- of'' T\ wth.ntelwly/o.r/me./
il.iu I 1 1I'm,: ,)'. M. R. \Ensign!; plant timbers. a high point down into the water of its owner. I !
: of the Gulf of Mexico. The jar was felt The woolly man struck it in midair % s.r
lui'lii 'loiri-i the extension division ,
Plant City Plant all the city and business .men with list knocked It tothe
i f t the I'mvoisity/ of Florida who haslut City was put on over n brawny ''I'I
a 50-CO basis insofar as city paving rushed from their buildings thinking /Moon and kicked the boast Into
lompkted un inspection of Lake
iiiuntv vim.vards in company with and sewerage are concerned by action that probably it was their own build subjection while the awed barkeeper'I The most important tire;

Leo II. Wilson, county agent. of the city council which decidedto ing or some building near by. The looked on. Then advancing to the bar .
discontinue the old order of making damage to the school building was he culled, for and drank in rapid succcsmiin -

11 i.>t Palm Beach-The town of these improvements with the city estimated at $5,000. The central high ] three large and brimming announcement of years:

KIM i 1:1: four miles north of here, did paving one-third and property own- school was erected one year ago at a glnHxiH of raw whiskey.As .

nut hav p a law against possession of ers the other two-thirds. The action cost of approximately $150,000. he was downing the third drink, +

11'1\1"'] ')'. -u) when John Watkins, night of the council came after a numberof a huge rattlesnake protruded, Its venomous You can now equip your

I ''nt,ilni.m, started l to Interfere with strong appeals for this action by Avon Park The handsome new head from the breast pocket with n tire twice nfMH

.1. (.nod tune in a "joint," he was beat- prominent citizens of the city. $10,000 Seaboard Air Line railway of his coat, with its jaws gaping anti I its ordinary cords and t tI

,,n. Th.it made Mayor Herman Guhl I station, was formally opened Friday, its flings exposed. I 11\ inflatc'ei/ to only half the
I Lake of the July 10 and the first train to discharge
City-One largest ,
reI "
in 'Y. -u" at the meeting of the town "flet back there where you belong, I pressure.! It fits prcttent! I II
cent realty deals in Columbia county passengers. at Its door was ordered the dealing his I -', '' nnd about the t tI
stranger rims
ii''until the city passed an I 'i. robti
was closed when E. A. McCIoskey No 112. The building is of the picturequo '
with flat of his '
deadlv the
leveling/. the matter.Tallahassee I I pet a slap I salve as ordinary tires! It
prominent North Florida naval stores Spanish type, finished in a
hand Cowed, the monster crawled I I"""-. I revolutionary ad.I .
Cabinet members operator, and mayor of Lake City deep buff stucco, with cast stone trim, back Into hiding. I gives

were engaged in signing/ 0,500 one disposed of his entire tract of approximately and roofed with the variegated red "Gimme about three or four more I \'antaJc..ufcun1furtnl1llcnr-;: .

thlu-and dollar Everglades drainage; 20,000 acres of turpen- tile. :Many unusual features which slugs of that red-eye," commandedthe \ TvlTCHELlN"Comfort" fioitomy. It i III the new

refunding bonds, recently issued by tine lands to outside parties for a mark it as exceptional for a city of newcomer. Micliclln( Comfort Cord.

the hoard of commissioners of the district consideration of $30,000. The tract i... 1 the size of Avon Park, add greatly to "1\1 ister," inquired the barkeeperin I Cord Will you come in to see itl?

situated northeast of Lake its convenience as well as it beauty.A 6
City on
last week. Proceeds from the a respectful tone of voice, "wheredo
new i-,ue which will bear I 5 per cent the Jacksonville highway and is con- long umbrella shed, covering a ce- you\ come frum?" Smith's Garage

inU'ie-t will be used in refunding the sidered very valuable property for ment platform 300 feet long, and "Tombstone, Arizona," answered t'

outstanding O's and 1-2's development purposes. lighted with a string of shaded electric the other. Starke hid
bulbs makes the matter of meeting ,

"Must: [ be tough down
a country
1h'LIII1II-Volusia county is to haven Pensacola-Heal estate values have trains an easy one, regardless of there "
said! the barkeeper.
new 3300,000 court house located on increased four and five hundred per the weather or time of day. -
"Surt: of. They made, me leave
the site of the present structure at cent since the announcement that the

DeLand. This was decided at a meeting Frisco system wou'd enter Pensacola. I'alatka-After carefully going over 0 __

of the county commissioners who I'ropert'alues .ill over the city have the figures of a survey made and submitted -

held a two-day session here last week, ''I been making rapid jumps upward. by the Hockenbury System,

that body being unanimous in its de- One plot, close to the passenger de- Inc., to a joint meeting of the realtors ,

d-ion! that such a building was absolutely pot of the Muscle Shoals rmlngham! and directors of the chamber of FQLKS ... ,

and Pensacola sold for what commerce, a contract was entered into I ..
necessary if the various of'Uos was con .. .
( of the county were to be properly sidered a good price $' .000, and later by the board of directors of the IN OUR = ..

I housed.! sold for $15,000, without any improvements Palatka Chamber of Commerce, with e : ? ;

whatever being made.JacksonvilleAnnouncement. the Hockenbury System, Inc. to finance TOWN -= .

Sanford The Semir.ole County a new hotel for this city, to be ,

Poor Farm, comprising forty-seven of the erected at a cost of U7 ,OOO. The pro. -

acres and which originally cost purpose of the Florida Development posed hotel will be modern in every 1 Ia

$3,0.iu. was sold for $65,000:; to FredA. I Board, the State Chamber of Com detail and will be centrally located. Pop I La t, ii a

Clark, of Longuood, by the Board merce, to do everything in its power A contract was uUt\ entered into with Wrongly l ; ; o lit

of County Commissioners. A new to assist in putting flj'--night and the Griner Hotel Corporation which Accused .1/P

county home will be built shortlythe I fraudulent real estate operators out operates a string of hotels in the : ; _

commissioners having purchased of business has struck a responsivechord South for the management of the

n > ite of eighty-two acres approximately I throughout the State. Newspapers hotel upon its completion.
three miles from Sanford on {I have commented favorably and -

do Orlando Road, for which they 'numerous business men and legitimate Tallahassee Millions of dollars

paid ;;!',OOO. realty men not only have given will be saved to eventually go into EdwardMcCaUougb
their approval but have offered to assist the state school fund as a result of +

Giimsxillp; -Alachua countywu: in allY way they can. the decision several days ago of the r

DisImers in session here to consulci state supreme court affecting sale of AUTDCASTEHTo" k 1 / 'AP. L Lv I
the Ili2::! > budget, adopted a resolution Gainesville-The history and principles state school land J. B. Johnson, attorney Yr i ,/ ? ys jf" t ; -.,

calling for a one mill levy on of journalism will be the primary for the state, in his brief in

the property of Alachua county to course of the new Departmentof the case placed the amount at somewhere

be spent for publicity. The one mill Journalism that will be established between $10,000,000 and $30- &" w*

levywill provide about $10,000, it is at the University of Florida next 000,000. Decision of the supreme ?

said. No action was: taken on the fall. The course will extend through, court was to the effect that there is ,
proposal to sell the court house and the school year. The history of jour no statute authorising the state to be t

pi-olic square, the matter going! overIOhliealnlleialalka I nalism will be studied from its earliest sued to enforce contracts for the sale

forms down to the present time, of state school lands, and that statu-

,jk Emphasis will be placed upon American tory authority given the State Board
gj COFFINS & CASKETS | ,1 journalism, which will be considered of Education to "//Ix the term of 7er P / le

II by periods of time and biographical sale" of such lands. does not by implication I
And a Fall Line of 1
studies of ,
\, leading Journalists. authorize a suit to enforce
UnJtrtakiTi' Supplitt The principeles of modern journalism contract for the nip of state school

i, la.,d.. The statute the court further
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE GalDelville-Joseph Huske Pearce,,,
held, does] not rcrjuire any particular
of Tampa, graduate of the IIliIsborI -
Always on hand. The best s rrlee -

st the lowest prices Special I ough high school has by competitive No 'Worms In a Healthy ChildAll

attention to telegraph or examination won the $1,000 scholarship children. troubled with Worm have ao unhealthy I
der. Registered Embalmer. to the college of pharmacy of the color which Indicate poor" btocd aDd ..a
University of Florida offered by the rule. there !10 more or lew stomach" dlaturtanr*
GROVE TASTELESS chill TONIC given reftiluhf
Groover-Stewart Company according for IWO or three week will enrich the bloul. .Improve
DeWITT C. JONES ] to an announcement by Dr I' the dliie mJoo.soil act a*s Groeral Strendth-

STARKE FLA Townes R Leigh, dean of the college.Last suing Took to the whole lyitem Nature will then
l the and
throw off or dloprl worm thrChUd will b*>
year the lint yrar it was offer. to: perfect: health. ftaattol to Uaai 60c par, boula.-- I


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FRIDAY JULY 17. 1023.:

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.' FOUR -- -- : -f U43 Ulnu dated July 4. 1011 and certificatenuroUriil
ecstasies of t. 4. -> rII'! n ._', ,t.t\\nnnlp q. nouth rang Uart certlflcatta the iura respectts'ciy" heronarter 310 bong' dated July 2. 1023 hu
-- -- ewspaper K 2 If. norm a* u I In filed' aald curtlflcnui In my olTlev and have
it % lews a Florida achievement that in* CompanyCert No. 147 embrace ten acrat of m..U' application fur 'tax d ..... if norlhwclt. quarter
world-wide attention, .Hciito V.. 1 13 embrace. coot quarter ofrouihnvat .ho..t corner and \ with law.
i attracting ii..nrt. T of nortb",'oat quarter. aa southwest. quarter bring 194 rt rut -,101 l Ci'rtHlcnte* .poe'htl' onlirace* the
declared to be altogether ?. KiiUth 20 tut, 10 t wt ly 7i'... feet north and oulh. irctloa .
nol that j is tlon 17. towiuhlp, room 10 ..-. fullowlng land in Bradford Com '>, Florida
....... II. c. Brunlntf t I 15 fwmihip. .1. houth range 21 PMI. I of .h
the few who are jenl- awii-Mifd ..,*i-.ltd at the date of tho laautuice au
Iud except by .. .aed C. C. Orlftla.
< Cirtllleati-' ; 20 mbnicci eajt half ofnrlh'o.t a i evrtlflintc In ,h,* namva pectivi'ly. hercln-
urf <,f Florida',.,wisdom and action in .."or''r of northeast quarter 11II4.orh Certificate No. Its unbracei. north half ce- I utter i artlcularly set forth, to-wlt
and Inherl- half of nnithweat quarter of northeut1'iart. southwest quarter of northiatft quarter. Ci-rtiflrate No 218 embrace. wc.t half of
9ce1y1Iuflht. 'u*"irg the anti-income I .. of northcant ituartvr. sutton 2. lion 35. loniuhlp 4. aouth rang* 22 eut, 20 .
r Tiorthwtvt .u".r i>f aouthweat quarter. actlon -
ancc tax amendments, whereby leglation 'ownohlp 6, south range 21 cMt 25 aerc.. w.1 acre* a.\,i ed L. A. Dannaljr.Certificate ut II 1aer" -* \ 12, township' 6, south rang 22 cast 20
.. ..... Grliria.C No. 17* tmbrawa :
establishing theee two form Klrhard of aoutheut quarter of wothwcat tics acnv. uiisicd. Mra. Nannie V. HandleCnrtiflcaU /

,f taxation forever in prohibited ? ',>",HoAto No 29 cmbraMa loothwoat quar- 11 acre In outhcut corner of same Motion No 210 embrace north half ofsouthwest
I t..r >.r ...>uthw. *t Qu.rtor. section SO. town- JO luwtuhlp' 7, acuth rang 22 *a.'. 18 .e.*.. quarter and noutht-aat quarter ofcouthwift
29 Hlul 14)9) i lui form of jealousy however, cun .1..tn ". ..",'h "iang 21 east 42 ".r... aiM .- unarmed J. V. Jonea. I quarter .,.t'on 21. township 8,
.eI Colunfl
overlooked by lorida as it pro. ..I i R R. Grcvn.d Certificate No. I''i I cmhmcc* beginning .t ...jlh ring 11 .-n.'. U') "" -
'. ''e I I rtiHcat.' No 3* .mb..... northwnit ninrttr northeast orn>r of aoutbwcal, quarter of > ,t'arm Land Corporation. .
'ecds on its way to profit by the wise '. ..r nnrthwHit iunrti| .r. .t'oll' 9. lownnhlp( and run south' 314 *.. I Vnli-u saUl ccrtiflcalea( shell b* rdenudl according
U. ction of Its legislators, and by ..tcople 7, south rang 21 eaat. 40 acT.., unarmed Unknown rh'UI'l..:,' lOt 'i fact to east aid of to law tax deed will .Issue thereon on
1.1 I 1\\Iv \.. k "':,1 i'r. with rela- \ I railway right-of-way thene northwest on'' the 11th day of August, A D. 1925.
LIT'! 1.1': MIi.uii% i i I': I. I'> by whose votes the Ctitiflinte No. 72 embrace southwest right-of-way 418 feel thence norUxut 4H I' Witness rry official algnnlunand seal this

Dl1trlll.r\ I'HI'1 1 LIVCS.Mr. nent referred to were made u part n. mrtrr o r northwest quarter of touthweatiioartr fret to north lln. of laid forty, them* cutJS4U tI h. 11th day or JuI,. A. D. 1925.
: un,111": '. R. T Osteen, of II' I it itoctlon 2n. township 5, south rang fret to Uglnnlnv. .*.tloD 8B township G. W. Al.DERMAN
-," of Sunday here with I,.f the constitution of this state. 22 ...t. 10 uraa, uacned. J. B. Abrah.m.I''u' 7. south range 'ii nut, 8 acre, aimxdJame I Seal'\ Clerk Circuit Court Bradford' .
A was t-r.".IIflt the h .me Kr'inker, spent wonder, It is asked again that '' .. No 10.T embraces aut halt of Jonea.Unl County. Florida.By
pnrty F. Grim In honor of I Lhoir daughter, Mrs. John Surrency. ny Beacon-Journal! rejoices northpajit qnarter of aonthweat quarter of said ..nlft..... .hall be redeemed aocnrdlnir C. A. KNIGHT.
Mr. "n,1 l :Mrs. A. t;he Akron 'In northweat., .174tt-8.14 Deputy Cltrk.
h; Wiggins of Starke, was nurthvact qunrter and 3 aerm to law. tax died will tea theraon" oa ,
their I ,ttli\ daughter; MiUtcd, w o Supt. Saturday. I iecau e of what Florida has don., r"rm of .. \ith' sat quarter of northeast quar- the 17th day of August, A. D. 1911.
tenth birthday. transacting business here of the short com- I I tiv. i.ctlin 27. township 8. touth ranga 22 Wltneu my official sIgnature and seal this DANK STATEMENT
cekl'iiiteil her four Miss Aileen Surrency: was a visitor I tnd laments I coot S ...r... unwed W. M. Bryan th* 14th day of July, A. D. 1026.
The 1 I.'Hi- guests assembled at I ngs of its own state ? The Ohio nc-vg- (". -tlO..",, Ko 1no ombrnpoa 4t& tcrea In O. W. ALDERMAN, Report uf the condition of the Bradford

anti amused themselves uotll xT"Jacksonville Wednesday.COMMISSIONERS gives Florida more ; southeast corner of northeast fiuartvr of i Seal Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I County Bank at Stark* In the Stat. of Florida .
1ok I leper probably ."..'hp..t quarter. "bring S aerea north and County Florida. at the gIn," of btwlni.nl Juno 30, 1925.I .
:':0. After several games were played redit than it deserves, but at the ,, u''' hv I 1'j arrrn Oft and treat acctlon 27, By C. A. KNIGHT, RESOURCES

-.ell thu thimble drop" the handkerchief FIX BUDGET: I same time condemns its own legmiutors i' ;townahlp Xi'h..T""D.\ A; aouth" raniro hj ea.t. 6 .-.,,.. a"i > -17-5l.I.14 Deputy Cleik.NOTICB !I All loans and.discount...88 3.480.D8 941.58
"f OvenlrafU -
hop scat and! other interest Continued from Page One) I perhaps more bitterly than I 1.. I CertIficate No 1R1 emhraeo louthrant. n. OP APPLICATION FOil T*'C DEED I'niuil Slnli-, Bon.U 12,100.00
the little ICUl'stlwere ( merited its words of condemns' >r of ftnuthweat qunrter aeetlon 2. townahlp UNDER SECTION: 178 OP TUE < as
1 ,
ing frames and the and the necessities of the County and 7. couth range 22 pn... fumeued Unlinown.Crtlftcstn GENERAL STATUTES houx, furniture and fix
invited into the dining room tho different I lion for the Ohio legislators nnscorching. No. Ifc* >mhraCM Lot 8 bloek;. 0 turd------------------------- 10,00000

center of attraction was a large birth- the requirements for I It refers to its legislator! I In Hampton pxeept i nut SO feet .e ton! 10, Hereby notice I la gt\vn that N. D. Walnwriirht -. Oil... r real eatate .- 4.06.84
candles purpose to meet the expenses during t.unnhlp 7. south range 22 cut, aawnaed W. I. of inn certificate* I),... from Incorporated bank 90,440.66Csli
day cake with ten bright said fiscal have determined In language that scarcely boars rerepeating U RfalnCertlfleat numberedapectiv.ly purchaaer S9 .n.rli42 Uaued by Itcnu ...........- 2.274.02
serving water- the year, them as:: Nn 2AH embraces north 020 feet ... 1730.8aTotal
burning on it. After the following -, here, designates the Tax Collector of Rrudford County, Florida. {...h on hand -
and do hereby declare ol northeast of aotithwont quarter,
cake and cream the little '"the playthings and dupes of gang( .,... quarter% feet. of gonthfafit Said cerilftcatui being dated July 2. 1028 and __
melon and all 10' and rant 41 quarter In oftlco and _.'582,033.01I
homes nil to be the expenses ; ... .nol aouth h,,\e tIled l nid certificate my ,
heir of Huuthweiit Un. *
then quarter
returned to and says:
politicians lor eI..d0 sac.
made application
guests .special extraordinary expenses contemplatcd half of nrrthnedt quarter of ,,,,,'h.t quar have
had a happy afternoon. Florida had leir.s: \1 of aouthwent in accordance with law. I stock paid In .. _.._..t 40.000.00
having for tho fiscal year next ensuing j On the contrary a ter tcept W. 4 acres and west Said cirtlfleatea respectIvely embrace th. Capital' -- '..oeo.ooI
Those assisting Mrs.: Grlffls were: the for lature of real men. They saw the quarter of .n"'h..t' quarter and aouth half following landa In Bradford County, Florida.uavMed Surplus: fund .t.--'ii.- -
and for revenue j of northeut quarter of .notithea quarter err of auch Undivided ( *.sp.aassant
Mr. W. L. Silcox and MUs Gladys I the year 1025) from advalorem taxation taxation meant the difference h"1 ..1 -i acrna. I In northea Corner north ol certificate, at In the the date names of the ranectlvely latuanc hereinafter I tools paid -check---- 249.077.20SaUm '>,''84.00Inilildunl
S, otith depMlla ubject to
difference rnllttny npetlon I II townshIp rangim
the -
George, of Jacksonville.The find the estimated receipts from tween wealth and poverty :: east, 7R acrea, n........ Brooklyn LandComimny particularly at forth.,Houthwaat towitlCcrtiflcate q".rt.r2u ".po.lta, .- 22".14 2Time

Invite I guest were: Geraldine other will be available: between progress and reactionthe I tilt! embrace, actlon' 6, I certificate of deposIt. 1.404.07
sources of Northeaat .IOUIJh\f.\ ._ _... JO.00Caahlcra
I rtlfleatv, No. 207 embraeea eaat 320 feet ; : Cerilfleil checks -
+ Silcox, Thclma and Mnrtha Silcox, difference between a prosperoui of south 1000 fi't of northeast quarter of aouth rang coat, 40 acre I check outatandlng 1.371.12Total :

t Marguerite Brown, Marie Undernill, \ ESTIMATE EXPENSES': GENERAL FUND and contented citizenship and han outh .mt quarter fl nerca and 4 "...... Innuthwmt and Certificate' Mllln. No. 142 embrace south half ol
Murrhee: Virginia Alvarez, BKAnfOHD COUNTY. FLOllmFOR pressed discontented men and womoi:n corner of. northwaat. quarter. olrfouthrant I aouthweat quarter of Southwcjit quarter I of Bradford ...,
I Annie quarter Iw ng 880 feet cut and weal State of Florida. County
22 .aat.
Seals Alke, Fannie an TUB Ut'rAL > KAI( fMJlNG6EPTEMBEK : who in time cease to become an aqset I hy r>>*t feet north and nouth. section 13.t.wnhit ,. dection 33. townshIp 8. south rang J. R. Hitch. Cuhler of thu above-named
Thelma so. lilt I B Pickering
aueued LI. D.lnk
a ... 20 acre I solemnly f that the above itat
Underbill, and become danger. Realizing > louth rang 22 .t. 1" acred rodemd do smear
a be according
Doris Silcox Jeanette to a state ...... J. D. Thompaan.CertlHcatc I i Unless laid crtOcatc-n ihall mont in true to the beat of my knowledge and
of Clerk I of the Circuit. Court I law tax deed. will issue thereon on
Brownlee. Salary these things and guided by m.m to
Mary No. lit embrafiec southwest "II.'.
Oracle Alvarez, I
Auditor and Clirk toTniinly A. D. 1925.
Dorothy nn County __ I.BOO.OO' and construct I, r of northeast quarter ,leml 10 seem 'In north the 17th day of Annual. this I J. H. BITCH.Cuhler.
Wiggins. Ethelyn nnd I Comml..n. .. n", of sound judgment WltntM my official lgnature and seal .
George of l'>.r rtli>m fin and Laura and nortl"oot of nouthwcut
White, Louis Sh rllT for olttnilanc on r quarter quarter I C. ALDERMAN.
"I'ay of I I : :I
.Jacklonvllle.DELIGII'U'UL. I C.Minty' Cnmm ...__n._.... 60.00 I' Its back upon every proposal to increase anil I... Southeut 10 acres. In quarter aoutheut of nonthveat..orn.Ion quarter : 1 8ftlrl. of Othr Offlcr sea Em- tax or create a new on< I I FloridaUy W Mi.I WEEK&DIrectors.
any I !i townshIp 8. south caner 32 eaat, 1AO acre KNIGHT
IimniDAY PARTY plo,... zAttorney-for rountir Comm. ___. 40.00Muporvlwr How the state trot such men into the "....red.. Brtioklyn, Land Company i C. A. Deputy i.rk. .
1 ITnlma laid. certlflcatr shall be rnloemed. nccordlnu .. -n.r.t-8.U Subscribed" to befor me this Rth day. of
of _..... 240 00 '
Rotilntratlon to and WI.
,. legislature is a mystery us, to law, tax dred will l te ue thereon ot I'' Tuly li.'J.

Dr. and Mrs. E. Marshburn! entertained Rltktr* !Hou County. n.n.IluildlntvtCourt ..___-______ 100.00 only wish we knew how the thing wa I the 17th day of -'II"','''. A. D 192viitni NOTICE OF APPLICATION PORT OF. TilE'\ DEED \ S. CREWS.
SrtTION 173
; JOOOOCounty mv official ,.Ilnat'rant,) seal thdI U\oOER I :Notar I'ubllc,
evening complimentary .toll -'----- -- -- ------- -- done. STATUTES
Monday : 'Mtft'nt ( AiirlcuHurnl; t purpoM* 000.00: ,I illh lay? of July A. D 192SO. I GENERAL

to their son, George Wilbur Famllur and Fixture. 10"I This. indeed, is high praise for the W. ALDERMAV. that S P Wainwriirht I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
notice I I. gKtn
*'a'i I Clerk Circuit Court nradfordf'nun'y Hereby
Marshburn, who had reached tho Court Ho.... ..-.-..-.----.... 100.00 Florida legislature. It Is conshisu Florida. Jr. |I' tr hn.. r d f r.. I .,f tu. ,..Ie" Druiwl.ti refund money If PA7O OINTMENT fell
.. _.
I Jill - --------_-- I II oIV 'II' and 210 Itctiino. blind! UI..d'oa or Protruilmi'
numbci.'l" rcapocti to cure
life's Journey, By C. A. KWIOIIT.I i certlf1cati' i
In the I
fourteenth milestone of County; BuIIdIns- evidence that it is not dlfTcult for ... ? Clerk. I iunl l by the fax c'ii. e'C Urn IforiI Piles Instantly relieve* Itchinrt Pile', ant you
-rt. -14 Dc-puly
the party being: given at Dr. Marsh-\ I .tunttor* nnd other attendant__.. 4 0.00 people to realise when a legislatui .1 I County. Florida *u',1 1 cvrlunti: tuiiiibtreV, ,.. I' nan ltt rt.itfbl sleep alter tr),,l :uppliLjlioa I 60c.
LlKht, Fu.-l I nnl Water .. .. ... 200.00 I
burn's residence at the State Perm.Basketa I Insurance .n _____...__._. 200.00 nets wisely and equally when It actinwkely NOIKK, ': (*r JtVPt.ICATIOV FOR TAX DEED
and vases of choice asters I Incident] 1000.00 in opposition to the Interest GENERAL STATUTES
1 J ,, and dahlias decorated the room and I Cm Allowance of Caantr Mntlc-Paori'----to P.u..... Out- I and welfare of the people it Is sur \ "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
Hereby notice la gIven that T. J. Aldermanpurchiwir .
After the popular hoct had received ldv of I'.-.. ttmuu* n _"-____ 2.000.00
porch. Pec of Officer, posed tu represent. of tax nale" certificates. number
Coroner :
;. his guests and the birthday I Juror* And Witniime h.._ _... 1SO.OO Now note the effect of wise letflf. respectively. 288. 117. US Issued by the Tai. I

gifts had been presented, the (fuelttll which Inianity I".mmlll.Inqulrle<*: .Foe- of. h OfFlwnnnd __"___ 15000 lation such as Florida has adopts, Collector certificate of numbered BrHrlford" .. 28A County.belnit Florida.daled July*.1"1 We Would Make It"

were directed to the punch bowl I 8tntl nry *nd PrlntlnctOinvrnl It is to be seen in what is takln \1'2nil"\ aid certificates numbered, 11T
118 "'In. dated July 2. 11121 ha filed
Mlsi n
little S'.tlon"r-Blanb. eta. 200,00
was presided 1 over by Kocortl Rook ___. ._._._....__. 100.00 place in Ohio, as in many other statl'B.This certificate In my offle* and have mada .1 Iplication >> 1 PURE ANI) fJTM 1 IJUANDS:
Louise Marshburn. I! Adv.rtllnic Rvqulrad by La* and effect Is noted by the Ben cot for tax deed to IMUC In accordance. SI3ION
I Florida" was a for County 500.00fommipolons with law "Time Tried and Crop Tested"July
Paid hy
Counties. of ---- ----
"The :: Journal which says. Said certificates respectively embraces tbfoIiw1n0 .
: OffloratTax Brands Just issued. Get
Paid I of
Itenular !
content that proved very Interesting:, I A..fBiior ___.____._._...... 1.700.00 S 0 More of our people wl1\\ land in Bradford' Count,. Florida I I 1st 1923:\ New PUH'ELIST
answered by the, Tax Ci.llector .. 1.70000 I awrwnl.. at the date of th. Issuance of suet same before placing: your order. Send orders now for FALL dequirements.
v question
each !!< was ----- -- ---
as name of some county In the state,,, I I ahrulT" .Circuit innrnl Court.Court Recordingand Work .. __._ 300.00CI.r quit shown Ohio that and its KO people to a state are which safe IInd!tal certificate nft"r particularly In the net namea forth rvspeetUely to-wit, herein ,I save delays and lie, ready when Fertili/er is needed. ItUALIFY first FAIR

Howard Luck gave the largest number .1 of Primary' Election ..._ 800.00Indnxlnir conicrvntive and who In L. T. and Company1! subdi\lslon of northeast

r of correct answers candy and was Dr. pre MeLennon .., __,'_______'''_0.. 800.00 difference between sane public policIes township quarter 6. south of northeast range 22 quarter....t.. ,Assessed lection. 21 E' E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
sented with a box of : ; that i IR \ :
________-IIS.UO.OO and the hysteria and bunk E. ttflcltCertIflate Florida.
gussed the ,nlhpit numbei'ft Total .:.::.:.:.::.:- the prosperityour of, No. 117 embraces Lot. 3-. or .Jaek'conville. Duval County. .. _
i Tn threatening very half of block 34. L. T. ami CnmranViuhiltvlalon .
j went
; ; consoled with Uillypops. i I a FSTIMITR: OK FXPKNSfH FINE AVn FOFITIRB ,
and was numbei .
stnte. Already large ,, of northeast quarter of northCoot
Middletoi! t UM> IlK '!>rriRI>>> COUNTY own .
: flower contest, Miss Hazel SLI>RIttt. FOK TII"'EAR KNDING : of people have become citizens of quarter section 2ft. township fl, soutlranro
of corrcc I our 22 ea t. aa>e.iied Mn MerrleltiCertificate We charge
number .
; gave the larireat I SEI'TEMIIEK 10 191ShrrilT Florida and it is perfectly safe t tr,. I No. 118 embraces north half of can your
Bill In
of candy nnd Deput<**. Cost
.. answers and wan given a box I Cilmlnnl Ciun ..- 1,500.00 say the exodus has only begun. The, block 1ft. I.. T and rompany'n ...ubdlof. YES 8 HRS
Matthews and San northfR5t (pmrter nf nnrtheflMt .quarlt, see
.. while Eugene clasi Conntablo. .Coot Illlln In CriminalCaara 100.00' people will not submit to being plundered I tlon 21't ti'wn.h'n II. south ninire 22 ...t. ,i.'-
stood at the foot of the Battery In ISmith's
Mitchell Clfrk of the Circuit Court Colt bill. by politicians ; that they will not r>pied R. M. EII .rIOD.I rol.'rmoi) Storage
shall lio
and presented with lollvpops Cairo. ___ 10.00< I t'nlfnn pall certinrnte occitrdlnir
were In Criminal instate
each Criminal live longer than they can help to law tax deed will tune thereon nrth.
Bill. In
Much merriment was caused by of C<"n.unty<.Jiulue.- Coot.-._. 1,000.1 whose field aorents, inoopors, ir .' -th| day of Am'''''. A. n, I I'lllWitnt .
; guest writing a verse or a line lu of th. Pence Cot Bill inCrI&nt'l ". my offlelnl xlunnturc ntitl senl ihljth
tce firive
addressed Ca,... .- 100.00 vestlirntor and regulator I 14th dny nf July. \ I> I 1025.
; advice for the coming year, Wltneo Fee. .-. loo.eo one a chance to attend to his own O. W. AIPFRMXV Garage StFarake i
host Wilbur. their In Injolvoney i,
young Court Stonovratihi r 10.t'h.Ill0 business, roes without saying. F'' n,.InBy
refreshments ,.,.
served as ( n. -- '
Mrs. Marshburn : - t. from the C. A. KNIGHT
CommlMlon' on Fin strawberry Ice cream marbli ... 150.09 7-17-Bt-S-H Pipnty CI.rkI
C.iloetrt --- given to Indlcntthe
nnd the favor 01 i l Fi. Hllnu Prlnonon ..- 150.00 Ohio newspaper are
and banana cuke, < TtX DEED
Pay of Juror in Criminal Catte.. manner In which Florida's prohl NOTICR
each plate was a lovely aster.Among Cmmty' and Juatle Peace Court. 200.410 1 1DUInfectamu hitlon of income and Inheritance tax 1 UNDER KFCTIO1 114 OF THE
were: .. I"1( 00 GENERAL STATUTES

Eugene Matthews the guests Hazel present MIddleton, Ouard at Jail -.. 1.0410.1'4BO.GO' i U being> regarded and appreclatecThe .''I!| Hereby notice Is-trKen.: ;- that D.W Moore. I t : _.._.;:::::: ._ ::::: ; :_ :_ I II
ry.ii 1 for ContlnaenciM Is '
and Frant : It-m Ohio case, by no means an en- I purchaMer of tax vale certificate numheredrespectively '

Lucilc Mitt-hull Snm Total ..._ 'G.OO.OO! optional one. In many other state 147. 14X. 1J9 and 193 Imurd. b> :
of Lakeland Leo Wltkovski. i I Tax Collector ..t Bradford County, Flor.
Mitchell, ; resolved that the the
Grimn Kunlct'. It was thereupon there Is a similar attitude with refei .Ida. Bali certificates be'n.. dated July 2. 121.
Orie Wlggin, Owen Clerk of the Circuit Court be directed ence to Florida's action and in the and have 111.'I said. 1 ..rllft..t.. In my offlcami :
Alvarez Comer Long, I for tn ._! to Isftti r7
Perkins, Newn estimate as ha* rend application <
Clifford Blitch. Howard to have the foregoing states, aloo, there Is likely to be more .> In accordance. with, law.I .

Joseph Malpm made by the Board published in a or less of the same desires and Intention I Bald cerMncatea respectively embraces: thfoilowlntr _
Luck Or. McLennon, of Tallahassee in- ':tntl* m Bradford County, Florida, _
in this county the '
live In peoplof
to state
C. White Mrs. G. newspaper au'vMoil af, the date of the Issuance of f
:\trc. Genrrro
; and ,rtion and that a copy thereof proierly which arc "safe and conservative,'"

W. Alderman, flllesIona certified he forwarded to the such as lire the people of Florida.- TABLEIn I

I Blanche Alderman. Comptroller of the State of Florida T'mes-Unlon. SEABOARD TIME 1It37-GlO'/,_

HAM It was further resolved that a meeliIIt -
mr..\ of this Board be held on the ftrBt NOTICE! or APPf.I"ATrO'f FOR T \X DEED ( effect May 10, 192:>.)
Graham, July 17.=Rev. Crosby ol Monday in August A. D. 1925, nt GENERAL STATUTES Ko. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives Banked First

his. regular appointment tho forcgoirfr estimat Starke 11:14 m. _
Starke. filled which ilmo Nut.lea. I. hnt>y neon tfml T .T. ,AMennnn at p. ;
here at the Baptist church Sat hall be taken up nnd considered Rnd PUrths.tr of "part Ta. OrtlAcitto No. JlflHntril No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives -
thoth ,I.. nf July A. P 10.I. hai flliil :
and Sunday. acted and at the same time the at Starke 5:23: a. m.
urday upon, .
.. madami
; soul' rcHIHcat In mr olTlc.-n.l h
' Mrs. Lewis Byrd and children who levifor the year 1925 shall bo madi cation ft.r tn returned further busines 'th law 5.1,1! certificate, cmtrnrt th* tot'. 11.02 I
her Starke a. m.
have been visit Inir parents There being no 'I.mtnif ,il Im'tbm. ,,ron.rtOII'oOI, ,m Dradfnr.1 at

to their homo in Tampa Sunday. the Board adjourned until next regt I CVtmty. Flnrirta.I to-wit' Ko. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives "

and baby spent the which will\ he held firgt ''nlilhwMi* quarter of nuth...r.t quarttr of Starke 4-28
m Qro
Mrs. Nora Dyal lar meetinir *i<*ti I..n :i-l tawnahip H. mmth r"n". 23 ...t.! at : p. The first money >cr CIe>eland ever

week-end In Sampson City with her : Monday in August. l'J23.G ; I !,, n<.|IIII>I]. oj th'' No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville earned was from his uncle Lewis F. Allen
Brown. "lot> of th. imuaniv of such cvrt fleat. ''I.th.<.
parent", Mr. and :\11"11. Henry W. ALDKRMAN, arrives at Starke 9:00: a. m.
num.. of Columbia Farm Land CorporitioTI.0n'os. I tie dollars for six weeks' work
Miu.c Alice, Clara and Mary flirt Clerk nnd Auditoi"SOArRTIItNO : lalil? rertiliest. ".h.1bo.\ trirm D.' No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key got sixty

of Wlllinton. Are visiting: at the home ......lIn.. to, law tax dmnl l will (I.,.,. thnron on arrives at Starke 5:00 p. m. i helping to compile a book. lie bankedthe
'hp 17th nay of Auiuit. A, D. 1015.
of their uncle, I. L. Ogden. NEW rNIIEIi Till, t; Ito. .-v ..''' ''.I .((.n.,....' an.| s..l till, No. 101 Starke to Wanr.ee leaves money In Buffalo, N. Y.

I Edd Yarbouirh of Dnytona, was f *"'RfN"IX FLORIDA"Rlnw 1 I""Ith '"y if July. A.0 D W 1925.MDFRMKN. tarke 7:40: a. m.

called here 8I1n.llI10 the bedside of I'h", ..,,u" Clerk CIrcuit Court BradConlTountr. (Dally except Sunday) Did I >ou bank the first money you

Mrs. Ynrlmugh who is Florida No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives
his mother, ,
th. I i-lU! Fire the cannon Hy C .1. KN1OHTI" earned ? Are ) OU banking ) our money
critically ill.Schell ring out!" The I"danlll'tlons :' V '-U Deputy' CloikNOfiriC at Starkp 3:15: p. m.
UutTv Abernathy Hang the : I : ... Sunday) nuw ?
Byrd and .. (Dally except
a Akron ((0.1 Beacon i
are by the OF APPLICATION 1 rt2ars Di.f.1UNDFR ;
were visitors to Waldo Saturday arrTION I ITS OF TUB Jacksonville St. Petersburg
not uttered 011 I Ko. 7. to
Journal. They were
: See about
us today
opening an account
night.: the \glorious Fourth of July, either o. (Orange Blossom Special) due

?\Mlsso Lotn Lois, Pauline and with reference to the nation's birth ....hy nntlc. U trlwn that r J. AUtorn> inmirrhaiifir at Starke 2:18 p. m. I of
i == Ranking
Oitecn of Plant, City spent nf tax Hale certtflpnto cimb.n"re.io'IIv.ty ,
Tommy ,
= Mi day. Five days previous to the annual 21'0.0.\ 2"). 211. 1 0. "2. :0.<) II" No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm .-
in sAilt'en
the wet'k-cnd with their cou" celebration of the signing of th I lit 1 .8. _"-. 207 ami 211 luuxl b, th* T*'i Beach arrives at Starke 10:15: a. m., -
Surrency.Mr. Cnllwtor\ nf Bradford County. Flnriil Sal.wrtiftcat _
Declaration of Independence, th t ., for for points be- -
nail, chil- niimbrn-d h'O Win* ilate.1 Au." t stops passengers
and Mrs. Roy Sm:th Ohio newspaper exulted in the word -'.i.l.9in and ..1<] ..PlIII..... numbered 1J" ', twp !n Coleman and West Palm Bea.:bI
dren and! Iwbi Bjrd' 1, of Tampa !!t'. S A. 7*, 10.. 108. 151. 1 108. 205. JOT an i
above quoted, and proceeded to say: ill h*'nw ,l.trd July 2nd. M2.I ha. RI... ulicvrtlncntvs No. 104 West Palm Beach to Jacksonville

I There is something new under th t In my nlfle. and hax. ,mad application ; arrives at Starke 6:17: p. m., Bradford County Bank
for lax derd. to moO I In aeenntancn'th '.
Renew Your lIcalthby sun. The Florida legislature has adjourned tIn law. stops for Jacksonville ani beyond

and. as Incredible as it ma)I Said c rtifle.t.. ...PftU-.|II' rmbriuw. th,. Bradford
I .. r,ltowlnir' taml) In Bradford County. Florid,. pas enjrers. County' Stronghold
1 seem, not a single new tax was 1mpo .. ... T. J. GRIFFIN
Purification i .... *t the diitt of the "' .n.* of luele ,
.. I eil. This we contend i is a recor(I .rtincntt. In th* n.m. ........tlvly herein. Agent Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
aitrr i.anietiiariy *.L lortti, to-wlt :
unrivalled by any other state of th.I Certineatr; 'In. .:0i l i .m!>r.... touthwentquarter
I Any physician viII tell you that"Perfect Union and here in Ohio where th I *>f Ni rtht. iat iiunrti r nnd 1.ota 1. .'

Purification of the System of- I Iiuit legislature passed no bill without .; l X TONI .":! _-... ; 1:::
is Salure'foundation) crcntinir mrre taxei, the thlrwil' ,

Perfect IJe lth. Why not rid seem almost incomprehenstblt.: I Grove's TaateUs: chill Tonic restores

.:-. yourself of t-hroiuo ailments; that Rut the r"a."n for the ph>-nomenoIK ,I :| Energy and Vitality by Purifying and LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

I'' are undermining your vitality ? not hard to find. Officialdom ho > ;| Enriching the Blood. When ynu feel Us

7 Purify your i-ntirt' uy-steni' by taking Ohio bv the throat. We have built tlf' I strengthening: Invigorating eifjct. see how

a thorough course of Calotabs, a vast, bureaucracy, and today th.I it bring. color to the cheeks and how

twice week for several sovereign citizen of Ohio is nothin)t: 1C Improves the appetite, you v.ill then
I --once or a i I
less than the man servant of that of,
Its tonic value.
appreciate true
weeks and how Nature re- | '
', I flcialdom, working more than one dii ': Grove's Tasteless, chill Tonic Is simply PEEK REALTY COMPANY
vards ,':i'h health.CnlotaM .
; I you of each week to pay the bills imposed 11 I Iron and Quinine sunpended In syrup. S .

I re the greatest of alli upon him by the grafters-lega I I pleasant even children like, It. The blood

: -i -m purifiers f"i""t a familjrpaeur and othorwUtand the henchm.,1 needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON: to STARKE, FLORIDAGR

'f'. contaiuiu-: full directions of the ,r .il tchmes that ar,' Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germs and

I prico c>" i" i < trial package l' .. I "of Oh o.I Grip germs: by its Strengthening./ Invigur- .. .
: 10 ets., At'v iln.! ; ; ,;tort'. (Adv.) > .l I I", I :1l,I' UK .Akl I I Iu 1 atng: Effect. 60c. 'II.i."f; ; ; !" .' .RJ,... "' "- : -. '1".I\ ;:'-. : .:fIlo; j.; ': .;.,:'. '' ;M ;; :_J ;. .'; ; :'. .- : ',:- ,:; ;


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I ADVICETO THE AGED UUl':NEK'S ALLlG.UOR I SI.Ioiuurney' : : --- -

I I Ag. brinn lnanniti..udh ..du d.h I .\ Wedding Gift Meets \ith
| bowls wwk kdn.rs, torpid hiT. Tragic Kate I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

Bits of LocalInformation i Tutt's Pills I Sylvan Brunei411 :North; Walnut''! &, RITCH

....... street, today ill minus .1 pet ho \uhud :i REPRESENT. THE BEST LEADINGilw'H.tNI'E n
liar s pKlfle fll tt on lh>M
I timulatmif th. bow l.. *iv.. n.tur..1 highly because it was u w doing gift i' [ ( COMPANIES.: FlllE, {
I .ctioo..ud impart Ti!ur>o th..r.t.. The pet, a Florida alligator was'' ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE: ,

Concerning Our People, Business and nvid ".Inch', iced tun and sandwicheswill slain last night at the corner of. ,: BONDS, I.IAUlLI'rYADJUSTMENTS

&;r Pragres of the County and Town. "' be on -ale. Denotit parsonageMiss Fourth and Olivo streets by J. Bye MADE PROMPTLY
1iIbI '
I fun.l. Cu\erston and Argvil Sturke). :
About a week ago, Joy Wheeler, insurance 1 ----

I II: agent and friend oC11": j ._-
the de- I .
Jeanette Durden was !
Bruner, sent the alligator, a youngster I
WEATHER REPORT i MIM 1.1111"11I": Anderson spent tho lightful story teller Tuesday afternoon weighing about three pounds, \ .. -'_ ':;-=--', -=, -
Weather Report for week ending week-end in Lulu With her parents, at tho homo of Mrs. O. J. Griffin and 27 inches from Florida.
July 15, 1025.Col. : \listened. long, TilE SOUTHERN: SRINliS THE SOUTH
I, and :Mrs.' J. M. I,. Anderson. Twenty-two children The recipient of tho gift made elaborate -
Date Max Mln.Degress eagerly to the interesting stories. arrangements to take care of

Degrees Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Next Tuesday afternoon, at four of the new pet. lIe built a wire pen in
July 0 83 78 om"e.I o'clock, the story tulltntc hour will beat tho back yard and placed the alligator -
July 10 91' 71 J. J. Bullen on
the home of Mrs. ;
The "American
July 11 06.5 73 I Miss Isabel Bullen has returned : North Walnut street. ," however was more active crocodile than- Millions for

July 12 87 70 I after a three-week visit in South Mr. Bruner had anticipated. Next

July 18' 00 73:) Florida with friends. I Col. and Mrs J. C. Adkins, Mrs. M. morning he found .the pen empty.

July 1-1 88 74 E. Edwards, Miss Mablo Edwards, of That was about a week ago.
July 15 84 74 Gainesville, and LeRoy Roan, of Tampa necessities but .
Dr. W. F. Dunklc elderof
Total rainfall for week 3.u3 inches Last night about midnight, tho two none
the week-end at Klngsley
the Jacksonville district, was a spent( young men encountered the alligator
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. L A. lake with Judge and Mr A. Z. Ad-
and Mrs. D. E. Knight motored guest while on their way home. It attracted
to Gainesville Monday. Davis. kins. their attention with a hissing noiseIt to for luxuries

was. near the middle of the street, spare Ii
I James William Brownlee, of Mr' and Mrs J, C, Hoovet and Mrs. in plain viuw under tho, arc light.
Mrs. Jennie Spray in Jackson-
I I Gainesville spent the week-end at H. A. Tucker were !guests Thursdayof
ville visiting friends Unaccustomed to such a spectacle, I
Kingsley lake with his parents, MY. Mr.' and Mrs. Edward Burns at they launched an attack with bricks Railroad profits are limited by law and rates ,
I and Mrs. J. it!. Bros"nice.. their new. bungalow! on Kingsley lake. and after
wen accurate enough several -
A. R. Moore spent the week-end in Mr. Burns' attractive bungalow Is are ixeJ by the Governrn.'nt. tn no other I
throws to make tho alligator a
Titusville transacting business. I I II. B. Wiggins, superintendent of built out over the water' and has many fit subject for tho morgue. large business IS HU great I1n amount of capital

public Instruction, and Pi'of. S. S. devices for comfort and convenience. Mr. Bruner, although disappointedin risked for 80 small Ii return as in railroad
Miss Rosa Leviton has returned Mr. and Mrs
Thursday evening!
Dowling motored Gainesville Wednesday
learning his pet came to .such an
home after a visit with relatives in Burns entertained their guests witha transportatlon
ignominious end, found solace in
Georgia. I delightful fish fry supper. the fait that perhaps tho Incident The new money rut into a reBroad! ,therefore,

' Judge Paul E. Seabrook, ox-mayor:! may have saved him considerablewhen must tit profitably employed either in increasing -
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph of Savannah, Ga., spent several daysof Jesse Thomas, who has been visit- the alligator became full grown.
for service in
ofllce. the past week with E. M. Johns on ing his son P. L Thomas, in Springfield HP l Is puzzled over how the animal capacity or t'H"ctiDg:

a fishing expedition to tho Ocklnwa- has returned to his home in kept hidden from public view for economies of operation

Miss May Peck of Jacksonville. is ha river. Starke. Mr. Thomas spent several nearly a week, and then ventured out
able control tIIJ
of her Col. He that Bradford The Southern, never pet to
the guest brother, C L. days here. said on a public street In broad electric
Peck, and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott and dituifh. county farmers. especially around liJfht.-HE'lIdlljtht. Pitts burg, Kans.ImGISl"It.TIO'ol the new capital its management would be

ter, Mrs. S, C Cornell, of Ormond, Lawtey and Starke, had one of the pleased to invest, no.'CeIIsarily has to give

Miss Blanche Alderman is at the I are spending the week at Kingsleylake best. shipping seasons for sweet corn, : HOOKS OPEN preference to productive Improvements,lIuch
State Farm visiting here sister, Mrs. at the Kickliter cottage. watermelons and cantaloupes they -
E. R. Marshburn. had ever experienced. Some shipments The ii''istrotion-hooks of the town as yard, shops engines, cars and tracks, +

'I Mrs. L. F. Emery, of .Jacksonville, are still KUIIIIT forward, however, uf :Starke" Florida, will be open at But It f is because it has devoted Its re.ouf'CflJ 4
, Mrs. S. C Carncll, of Ormond, Is ( spent Tuesday' and Wednesday with and soon the swcek potato shipping the ofl'uo of the' Town fleik) from

the truest of her parent, Mr. and her friend, Mrs.. II. M.( Snyder, who Is season will open, a large crop being July loth August IHh, inllI ivI', forth to necessities-rather than non-productive
Mrs. F. A. Scott. I recovering from a very serious illness. planted in that section and the farm- {. registration of electors. improvements like monumental passenger

o I ers expecting to "cash In heavy" on C. A, FUTCI1 stations-truit the Southern has been abldto

; Miss Hazel Middleton spent several !Mr. and !Mrs Edward Burns moved the yield.-Times-Union. Rein-trillion' Ofllcer of the' Town of keep its service abreast! of the demanclll of

I days this week with Miss Virginia i Wednesday. to theelr new home on 7-17-'il: Sun'he, [Florida.
Weeks of Brook r. I I Weft Madison street, opposite the G. M. Sistrunk, in clmrgc of tho the territory It servos. V
t I homo of L. A. Davis.i Interests of the Standard Oil Companyat Vr

l Paul E. Canova, Sr., left the first of Stnrke, was in Jacksonville. Fri-
the week for a business trip to St. i Paul Ernest Knight! returned home day on a business trip. The only time ] SOUTN4.Th.n.flneom..m.d

Louis, Mo. !I Monday from Gainesville where he Mr.' Sistrunk is not boosting and rENT-A-WORD ,
spent the week with his brother, HoiI speaking a good word for Bradford

I G. A. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. I hs V Knight. county is when he in asleep. Fridayhe

, Young! and son, Theodore, motoredto had a great deal to say about I
Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Miss Ethel Moroe has returned what the people of that county were U' 1'ZA
home after spending several days doing in the way of Improvement. )ilia Soutfwrn N.dwU Qh 5Inc..Im.nrA..awrW.l ( ,
LOST) (',iinkhn) fount.nn I Company soli.prnp.rly (S TNI.
with friends and relatives in Jack- pin i,
find Mil, J. L. Peek motored to "That Gainesvilc-Jacksonville high-
band, on tap Hituiii to S. L. .Mvah.irhvr I only 177,4 p.r annum
sonville and Pablo Beach.J. .
Gainesville Wednesday on a business way has been n big' thing! for Starke dum."'h.lot fan y.ar.SOUTICRN.
1 I'''',! shop i
trip. and has opined up things in generalin 7.li.II.1

D. Moore and son, Clyde, of Wry- the way of improvement and pro. FOR :SAI.K" : Genuine' Missionary, RAILWAY SYSTUM

, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Peck and son,I cross Ga., are spending a while with arena," he said. Bradford county Strawberry plants from Salisbury, I -
y Julian, Jr., motored to Jacksonville i> his brothers, L. V. and D. W. Moore, t farmers and truck growers have Maryland. Leave your ardor .

" Tuesday.F. I and sister Mrs. Prevatt. found out that they can grow Just as Ed L. Br.wn..IU. A, Starke ellrlY'1. <'
good crops as can be produced in the b'
F. Stump and daughter, Evelyn 'I, Mr. and Mrs, O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. state, and are "cashing in" as a result FOIL SALE;--The M. U. Llddon estate : '

and Lillian, motored to Gainesville 1' C. Durden and daughter, Miss Jeanette Mr. Sistrunk added.-Times-' in block II, Temple's. Addition I j t'i< -
Tuesday, of Tampa, spent the weekendat Union. to Starke. This piece of property I '
I' Kingtdey lake accupying one of I in north Slarke ciniipriHes nine | J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

: E. W. HaC4 and family are at the Hums cottages.I Sudan Grass and herman Millet lots, two of which taco Walnut

Kinfjslev lake, ocupyinj their cottageon I I street the. house beuiK yn the corner !
the north side of the lake. R. H. Barhour and daughters Some of the bear al11pll.M of Sudan of North Walnut and :Ninth INSURANCEAGENCY
I Mary Angle and Lornine, and Miss t/wss and, German millet grown in streets.. This is. a valuable pieiiof

Mrs. Gube Murrhee and son, Willie, Annelou McKinley of Jacksonville, this section were brought! to the Telegraph properly one! block from the I'l'ot,1

of Plant City, are visiting Mrs. An- are at Kingsley lake occupying the office Tuesday by C. N. Cooper. Apply to Miss Amelia Kay llox 11):1):t ESTABLISHED 1886
Murrhee. I Barbour cottage. Mr. Cooper has nearly a thousand Starke!, Flit 7-17-lt.
na head of chickens on his farm and

Hugh I. Kirkpatrick, of Des finds both of these plants a valuable SEED I'EANUTS
I Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph STARKE FLA. I
Moines, Iowa, spent last. Friday with feed. ,
office II
his uncle L. II. Partridge. Mr: Kirk N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fairfax and
$1.00 per bushel (Four cents
patrick here enroute to Mi- I
! Dr. and :Mrs. W. II, Mitchell!(, of i ami. stopped children, of South\ Porcupine: Ontario,, per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla. JJ
Lakeland, are guest of his brother, arrived in Starke this week. They H. T. HALL COMPANY. .

J: M. Mitchell, and family.Mr. I have purchased the Fenske farm on 1-9-tf. Lowell Fla.
I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and guests, .
I -
1 the old l.awtey road and are considering --,.
and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Mrs.. W. H. Mitchell and son, Frank, the raising of chickens on a
of Lakeland Miss Lucile Mitchell
Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof large scale Mr. Fairfax was formerly C
Mr. and Mrs.\ O. J. Griffin. and, Joseph Malpas motored to Jacksonville superintendent of the Standard Oil, 666 HOW
Tuesday and tho LONG CAN YOU
I spent day. Company's. printing plant in South >r.c ,

Mr. and Mrs. V. Wells, of Tampa, America !I. a prtieripUon for -
Mr. Mr.' and Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake :Malaria Chills and Fever '
were guests Sunday of and Mrs. '
Butler, Mrs. Louise Moore. and daughter KEEP MONEY IN
Bilious Fever
F. L. Turner.Levy PINE: HIM Dengue or
Miss Irene, and Sidney Alvarez, It klll the ..rm..
Jacksonville of Jacksonville, A. M.\ Andreuf of LaI Pino Hill, July 17.-Mr.[ and Mrs.' I ,

:' Sunday Canova with his, of parents.11': '. and, spent Mrs.E. I i Coaches, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield had as their guest lIa"....,.,. c.iii-i*.. K >!> '-'" i I YOU POCKET ;
W, II Green Sunday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs.' Gillette and. !t.. Ito! Jl t !l'c/ : I
E. Canova. I "LAX-t 0i: wifii, I i I..:'. i i ;inky; "-
:Mrs A. Hall and Eliza
A. daughter, .
I |>rcj'lonii' I L.\I"i \ ,"i |i 00 H I'MIII' .. i','
Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage of Hampton. 1
Bryant (lodges, of Jacksonville ,: (:Conotiuution II r.Iv", jr' /I. tlj' 'i i'd I
blanks, option contracts, Warranty I Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Hall visitors i.
spent the week-end as a truest at the should be taken m'ul' irly f'>.r M to Jl I days
home of :Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. deeds, retain title notes, turpentine to Hampton Saturday afternoon. to Induce rellulur In"n in Miimilnti'tund, /
leases, etc., for sale at the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield announce Regulates. Very PI'-""IIIII to Tnki, liuc
Jacksonville Telegraph ofllce. the marriage of their daughter net bottle. I II To4
Harold Wall, of spent I
" Mr. Edna, to Arthur Wadmgton, th"" l ,
the week-end with his parents,
and Mrs W. L. Wall. :Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Partridge returned wedding\ have taken place "Wednesday I :I
Monday from Lake City July eighth in Providence, R. I. The : I II

:Miss l1allgeIiddleton: was: in where they attended
Hampton last week the irutst of :Mrs Mrs. Purtl'jdge's mother, Mrs.. Mary many friends won by her kind person
Harper. E. Eveimun. ality, while the groom 18! an energetic : I Is (the best lire Kelly h.ii I II ,

young business man. Their manv

Miss( Sara Malpas nn.1Ii.: -+ Ethel If you go to the food sale Satur friends wish them much happiness. I ever built. In addition to I ,

Griffin went to Jacksonville Tuesdayto day afternoon, at Hull's store, you :\1': and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, of giving the l<>ng. uninterrupted Y
can buy some delicious home-cooked Hampton, were the guests of Mr. and, '
visit friends
food for your Sunday dinner. Cakes, Mrs. G. W. Sheffield Monday. I, mi leantfor whichKelUs I

brotherJoseph : ,I pies and candy. !Misses\ Clemmie and Lucile Hull I I I
Miss and ,,
Sara Malpas '
spent the Week-end in Waldo with hate ;ilwn>>!< been ,
motored to Gainesville, Mon li't' I
noted (this new 1 1tire
Mr. and! Mrs. E. L. Demmons, of friends. '
day morning. :Michigan, are .spending part of their Andie Ennis and son, and Mr. Pre afford( a degree of riding The money that you dont carry with you you

Leon Smith and Guy Parks, of Atlanta honey-moon at the Burns cottage, I vatt, of \Vauchula, were In our section comfort Hells Halloonx.second only to can't spend and can't lose. If you carry your

of the latter's fath. Kingnley lake. Mr. Demmons is em- Sunday. surplus money in your pocket you seldom havea
are guests \Ve have .them in si/e (to
ployed in the forestry work for this W. R. Payne and O. W. SheifnV! I
er, Dr. W. B. Parks. state. were business visitors to Jacksonville ht your car. surplus long. Besides, while it's in your pocket A 't

Friday. it's losing interest. '
Miss Kate Livingston has returned
withher Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Warren returned Hall-Petptes

home brother after O.a C.visit Livingston.in Tampa Tuesday to their home in Birmingham The many friends. here of Rnnsi,. It doesn't matter how small the surplus is. A \

Ala., after a visit with Mm. vent Hall and Miss Cleo Peeplc will
of Clearwater Warren's sister, Mrs. J. S. Malpas, be Interested to learn of their man dollar will open an Account here and, once opened -
anfl family
B. 1: Powers
last on Eighth St. age. Tin- bride in a beautiful and it grows.
several days here
spent popular young girl of Tampa and h.ia I r
week Brevard, N. C.
enroute to !Mr. and Mrs J T. Quigley, Mr. wide circle of friends through"

Col- and Mm. F. A. Scott motored to the state won by her kind and sw .,>
Carl Johns Mr.' and :Mrs Ray
Jacksonville Wednesday, Mrs.'' Scott disposition, the groom is the son "f
le.v motored to We.t Palm Reach I irnmir to DeLand to visit her son, W. Mr. and ","' A. C. Hall, of this plat,. BANK OF STARKE i '
first of the week.
.t. Mott, and the other members of but for the past two yean has been in

the party returning home Wednesday business In Tampa. lie In an hone"t ss.att
I evening. young man and ha many friends I I The Dank of Helpful ServiceWE

ITCHKilled here and in Tampa. Their many

I The ladies of the Methodist church many friends wish them much happiness. Fireproof Garage PAY 4 PER CENT ON.S VI:>iGS '

Minutes With Par., wl! vive a food sale next Saturdays II
In fhirt> afternoon. 3:30 o'clock, at Hull's They will be at horn to their friendsin !
a-clt-l-clde\ 30 cents at Mitchell'Drug STARKE, FLA. ..._ 5
coca' f'.ik", pie., muffin", home- Tampa on Ninth street. &>II &- -- 5t
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I' FARMERS and FARMING I I i Starke Growers Associotion To Experiment I,HANDBOOK UPON' l'RCmllNG

\ Agricultural Department! to Distribute

I Last Part uf August.

u -.- .. -. ..- I t With Growing Of Hemp

try a compendium of information forpdjltry
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BE IIEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. Sulliciriit Seed fur Experimental; t tin.I tn yield satisfactory profits are /K.neriill.v) who mine poultry, is under

I I'lol Secured and Expert;: In (;ironing h> t in'j]) and i flax. The oldest l cultivated I HELP FOR OLD FOLKSOld preparation" by the agricultural department -

Crop: Will lie Here Within ::10> IIIT plant, ont for which the : und will be ready for distrilmtion -

FARMERS': AND; FlU It teiuj. When} t m-nun:; the fil i i'iiinn \ la> Kwlimiites, I'lucew( Big Returns t tion--I in the United States londl'I'I the latter part of August.

GROWERS' \\ I EEh ENTERTAINMEN : point' be careful not to scorch. If using on Florida fironn Crop.: i l'a\; urulile as anywhere in the Should Not The primary purpose of the book
: '" ; :; I' I'UOGKAM 1 a thermometer, cook until 222 om- which properly handled improves Age Be Happy a is to jfiAc n treatise on the fowl aa
:Some weeks the Telegraph I Time of .Sickness and Suffering
ago ", carried -
degrees F. is. reached I I the land und which yields one of thettongest classified. in the annual kingdom, and
will article concerning the
nnd recreation u pews I
EnterUinmont -- a history of the origin and character
and most durable fibers of
be emphasized nt farmers' and Fruit BARIUM AKKONATE PLAYS growing of hemp in Florida and its istics of the leading breeds of chickens
I I is I
commerce, hemp.
of Florida possibilities as a making Too many people begin to after at
Week University money crop !
t UrowI' s' I PIED PIPER TO THE BATSOF for the benefit of the people of
i August 10-15.) It i i... the plan to OUR FARM COMMUNITYBy the article in question being sent out Tbe yearbook goes on to say that middle age with constant backache the
,\ I I urinary ills and rheumatic pains antiaches. Florida with the view, of showing
. sectional meetings from R:.10 by Florida's secretary of agriculture. "the cultivation of hemp is del.'lInlnll
Weak kldm are usually the advantage of the Industry in this
! 1\11' E. Browne of the i' in the United States because of the ys
10:45/ a. m. and from 2 to 4:30: i> L. secretary
tu : ( Spuds Jonnson) cause\ and, if neglected there is dangerof state.
in. The period from 11 to 12 will be .Starke!: Growers Association, read increasing difficulty in securing sufll-i hardened arteries, dropsy, gravelof the end of
1 I Taking practical
We don't have Pied Piper of up
lectures and a the article aud immediately started cleat, labor for handling the crop with Brig/it's disease. Help weak
over to / your
Kiven the book will
entertainment. Humlin in our community to blow on an inquiry us to its adaptability to I present methods, und! lack of laborsaving I j I ened kidneys with a stimulant diuretic poultry raising, give

The night will be entertainment his bagpipe and induce ull of the rats this section of Florida, and he has "| machinery as compared with before( kidney! disease gets a firm held I inventories of commercial poultrymen,
.i program the to jump into the river, but barium turned all information secured I machinery for handling other crops." Use Doan's Pills. Thousands of old shovviiif exactly what they are doing
entirely .nnd this id in over '
carbonate has come to our rescue and the I folks recommend Doan's.Here in r'Widn. Under this bending it will\
Since date of issuance of this
to this in order to interval <
of committee that l in making paper
; n is Starke be revealed that the
proof poultry
: Industryi.
preparation for a variety of popular relieved us of this pest. I farmers in all sections of the county I yearbook, however, one of the obtucles L. H. Eastman retired travelingman profitable'} where it is conducted on

entertainment. 1 got tired of this constant boarder Mr. Browne took the matter up with ,- to successful. hemp growing Main St., says : "I had trouble a Inisincus-like basis in this state

The new $50,000 Doctor Anderson eating", up my corn, lieans, oats, i l I Mr. Nathan Mayo, secretary of agriculture j I has been overcome by the perfecting with my kidneys. There was soreness Just how the be
memorial pipe organ will be used to chickens: and other things that had Tallahassee)) who put him in: I of machinery for beuking of the hemp across my back and I felt pretty i industry may properly
conducted will be covered, in
the best advantage throughout the been so much trouble to produce. I i j I touch with the author of the news to remove the liber. Machines that do lame. I suffered with severe pains in a

. 'a week. This is one of the finest Instruments don't mind feeding", horses, cows, hogs ,i I article, Mr. George H. Bryant, of this work successfully are now in use my head, too. Doan's. Pll's he'ped chapter houses giving how illustrations of chicken -
me from the start. One box of Doan'icured they should be constructed *
of its kind in the country and and animals that pay for their feed in I|I Chicago. Mr. Bryant's letter in reply m the hemp growing sections, eliminating me." particularly in ration"' to

t installed in the new $!!00OU() (> auditorium work or meat or milk, but this rat is given below in full, as it takes up the greater- portion of the Price hOc, at all dealers. Don'tsimply the Florida climate remedies for

of the University, which will horde is always taking out and bring- the question from all angles: {; handwork necessary to "gathering, and ask for a kidney remedy trot |I! fowl disease', und, preventive; measures

make It a line entertainment feature ing in nothing in return. Please accept my thanks for your '1 curing the crop. Dean s Pills-the same that Mr. fowl

that farmers. and their wives can en- Gus Weeks, !Si Smith, Ben Strick letter of the Urd lust. just received.I I Hemp is used for the manufacture Eastman hnd.( Faster-I.Iilburn Co., against insects.

joy while in attendance. land, Gil Williumx, Old !Slim Tim. have sent you today by parcel I of cordage sails, wrapping twines, BIfrs., Buffalo._ N. Y. i'I Particular stress will be placed upon

On Wednesday! afternoon the entertainment mona, Bill Hnnkins, Abe Larkins and post sufficient hemp seed to plant a 'carpets coarse threads for different I Ii instructions for feeding and car.InlC .

committee has arrangedfor / I happened to.be nil together out in :I demonstrating plot forty feet square. t purposes, while by chemical process the real estate values have increased i' for young chicks, and how to feed

a farmers' picnic at a near by re- the yard one Sunday afternoon not I regret! that I do not have more seedto 1 it is made into one of the best fibers 'II from 50 per cent to 100 per cent in layers to get the best egg production.
) at- doing I send but an area that large known for the manufacture of fine i Relative merits of different methods
Hort. Last year about 100 people long ago whittling, talking and you many sections. It is one of our beat
is really as good as an acre. The I! laces, lingerie and linen. The introduc-1! i of incubation and brooding also will
tended this, the entertainment being ( nothing in general when Gus up general farming sections and has possibilities .
principal thing to find out is will it :, lion: of improved: machinery fur harI I be discussed. A discussion' of methods
furnished the what
entirely by Agricultural and said, "By the way, Spuds, that cannot be duplicated in
in soil and climate. I vesting hemp and also for preparing of raising!: turkeys, geese and ducks
Extension Division.\ would say to us all going in togetherand grow your |' 'I any other part of the United States.
Farmer and Fruit Growers' Week retting rid of rats-have a regular 1 am acquainted with nearly all the the fiber, together with the higherI also will be included in the honk.

seed in the United I prices paid, has aroused an interest Another feature of the publication
l is intended to bring! together men and rat-killing time around here? The growers States The well nourished child is sturdy,

women from the rural sections of the I pests. are sure eating up a lot of dol. I and it is absolutely: impossible to obtain I in the industry, and many expcri-1 I has!' a rosy, clear skin, firm flesh, will be a list of prize-winning fowls
before fall. It is also important ments ure being made with a view to !, exhibit at the last fair at Jacksonville
tate to give them Instruction and mrs for us, and one of us cannot get more I bright and glossy hair. He -
recreation all of which is essential' I rid of them effectively by himself It to demonstrate: that hemp I the cultivation of the crop in new j stands eyes erect and is enthusiastic, ac I and a list of all the poultry

; to a well developed farming commun- taken community cooperation, so that will grow in Florida in the summertime I areas. 1, tive, and energetic. journals in the countr '.

there will be none at the neighbori as well us in the winter ueason. In addition to the fiber yield, grow-

t ity.There will be special entertainment I I houses to come over and infest my 1'crsoimlly I believe that Florida will ,,,0s, according to the department of < Tallahassee special session of

features for the ladies nnd the Extension place again when I get rid of mine, grow as line and as high hemp as is '' agriculture, have from 12 to 25 bushels HaWs Catarrh Medicine the Florida legislature would cost approximately -

Service would like to emphasize and so on." grown in the Imperial'alley of Cal- I;, of seed to the acre to sell, 16 to Those who are in "run-down" condition $6,000 for one day which -
a -
the value of this' meeting for women For a wonder, the last man of u> :iforniu und Mexico, where it grows. to j 18:! bushels), to the acre being conlll
1'. f:' its well us men. The state home joined right in and said, "Yes sir, a height of :22!:! feet and more, producing -:, ed a fair n\cragc yield. Prices paidin much health.morn This than fart when they Bro In Koolt time to correct the mistake brought
demonstration office is. making a that suits me." We realized that tho fine fibre. Any soil that will grow 1013 for seed ranged from $2.50 to Catarrh I Is A local ril.suif proves It Is greatly about by death in the senate clerical

: special feature of the women's pro old saying, "Tend to your own rat potatoes will grow hemp, and it is I J I $5; per bushel, the average price be- Infl'iencctl II \1.1./'t by riTiHitil ronntltutlnnnl:iiioniriM ronrtltlons. department of the Monroe county
; IH
gram. killing," might be alright when applied not necessary to rotate with any other ling estimated at $3 per" bushel. l;I II cV'it'lned' Treatment f.mh. loral and In-A water district, measure. This is indicated .

to some things but not to kill crops. | At the meeting of the Starke ternal, And tins hm n mi rogiful In the I by the cost of thn one-day extra -

FLAVOUSOMB FIGS ing rats. Will you kindly select some such Growers Association held Saturday trsntmeot Soil hv of nil Cntarrh 1rURirliit for fiver forty years. I session following the regular ses-

nutritious- valuable "Ilow're you goin'to get rid of tho field, and have this sample hemp* at the courthouse plans were perfected F. J Cia nov & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. ', ..ton this year.
Figs arc a and
critters ?" asked Old 1 Slim Tlmmons. planted light off, following only tire fthe immediate planting of the
food and should bo served
freelywhile These here trapd are pretty good, instructions found in the! Wisconsin' experimental plot by one of the members. -
season. but they won't catch all of the rats photostat reprint which I am enclos- '' Instructions us given by Mr.
Figs slightly seasoned' and ,
very I Jin this community in 10 years. Of inl{. I expect to be down there within' Hr'ltwill be closely followed and it

the served main with breakfast cream may dish. be with used good as course now we could plzen 'cm." thirty days, and should like very ''i... believed that .uccess will follow Our Cross-Word Puzzle I

4 The upshot. of it was. that I agreedto much to talk before your association their elforts in establishing another
results. Chilled nnd served with whip- 1
go over to nee the county agent on the subject, and explain what I money crop for this section. a
ped sprinkling of nuts
cream a
the next day and get him to help us would like to see done in your state. | Mr. Bryant will be in this state '- I
make and delicious des-
a simple out. As usual, he was more than willing The proCta from hemp in Florida within a few weeks and will address'
soM. When fresh Hgs are out of sea '
son preserved figs be used in the, and he advised us to put nil possible will be very large", in fact I believe the members of the association In'J' Credit) for this. week's cross-word to the larger:' crossword puzzles by

same manner It is may hoped that the I food for the rats in tight bins they will be $400 to $500 per acre, Starke at some date to be set. He puzzle ,roes to Waldo E. Frohnrdt. It this time, so we arc going to allow

following recipes will be found use- and then feed them on barium carbo and perhaps more. Enclosed I am also I will then take up in detail any matter ,I contains mostly very .simple words you only twenty-live minutes for

ful : nate. The barium carbonate shouldbe sending you a clipping from the I that is not perfectly clear to anyone I and the ones that aren't simple are working: tins oni- Of course, we realize
mixed with meal or flour in tho Wisconsin Democrat of 1015, from interested in the growing( of hemp. It words that you should know anyway
Fig Ice Cream proportions of about 1 to 4, he told which you will notice that the net is expected that the experimentalplot I -"0 if you don't know them, this is that the time WI'e/ you-and

f Material: 1 quart milk scalded, 1% me. This should be moistened to profit per acre wan. that year front will bo sufficiently advanced by mi excellent opportunity to learn tho til))" you t.ilu'-are two different

e. cups sugar, \U teaspoon salt 1 table- about the consistency of dough.lie $40 to $75 and hemp was then bringing the time he makes his visit that he them. You should he m'ttinpf used tiiii: ',

.' spoon vanilla, :2.! tablespoons flour, 2 said for us to place thjs bait but U to 10 cents per pound. Todayit I will be able to determine whether or ,

eggs, 1 cup cream 1 quart peeled where the rats could get to it easily, is bringing from Itt to 22 cents not thc crop will be n success. al- ,
crushed figs. Mix flour, sugar nnd' nnd and there though he is firmly convinced that
{ keep other feed away from them. per pound, is not one poundfor ;
j salt; add eggs well beaten and then Ho also said to keep water out of the sale. I I its successful. growth here is a cer-I
l 4 stir in hot milk slowly. Cook over I taint ..
houses where could ) -
they to It -
get Also I am sending of I -
you copy an i- r rsr
hot water for :20.! minutes 7
stirring and, would In our next issue we will reproduce
they !go: outside in searchof article I wrote for the Illinois Manu j I
constantly nt first. Cool, add flavor- water and thus die outside rather facturers'. Journal in 1915, which I an article from Mr.\ Bryant's pen -

ing, crushed figs. cream and freeze, than inside the house.I pertaining to the northern states I published In tho Manufacturers' News : -
using 8 parts finely cracked ice to 1 wrote his instructions down and will give you quite a good idea of the I in 1915\ on "Hemp Industry in Uni- 2T4 -

part salt. 1 cop undiluted evaporated took them back with me, after I hndpUrl'huled hemp subject. Further I am enclosing I ted States." It is an interesting arI i -
milk may bo used instead of fresh I I tide and well worth perusal
a good supply of barium a United States Bulletin by LysterIt. by our

cream. Fron' Cream carbonate. We all decided to start our Dewey, who has helped me a great l growers. I
Fig campaign the same night, and to keep deal in the :
furthering Wisconsin(
Material: 1 cup heavy cream, 4.4 the bait out for one week. I industry- Jo ;\ CROPS IX NORTH I 3-. J5 t ,?

cup chopped pecans, 2 cups whole Well sir, you should have seen tie! I Do not be worried about the mar I AM;: AVEST FLORIDA\ !j i--- -
fIgs, 1 cup powdered sugar, 2 cups rats that died.! The I
community is ket
now for it will be before
The farmers
mllnyelll' ofS'eet Florida will -- -
crushed Hgs. Whip cream until stiff, free of them anti estimate 'hat
we there will IJe
enough hemp grown in harvest excellent this The'I
fold i in the sugar nuts and slightly crops year.
arc better off by $2 a head for every the United State to the demand I -
crushed figs. I'our into a pudding : supply corn crop idicates a bunfper YI"ld.1 I ;r- ;r- 49

mold having a tube in the center. one of them. and I will go into greater detail the tobacco growers have made a fine I I -
when I see you down there. The crop of good quality the I 5I SC ,p.
and cotton
Cover the cream with buttered paper S S S S S C C U S 0 aS
I bulletins which I am sending are not fields indicate that there will be :
adjust the cover of the mold and a
pack*in equal parts finely cracked ice DEMONSTRATIONAGENTS' REPORTS; up to date on the machinery for handling good yield unless the boll weevil : :: ::
for there i is now almost no hand makes '
rapid headway in the
; and rock salt for 2 or 3 hours. Turn next two
:; out and fill the center with the whole a l.>eSoto a 0 a 0 C C S C C S C labor connected with the growing. weeks, Is reported by A. P. Spencer, II i VERTICAL 11:?. Hazy condition uf the atmosphere
Roy the
fig sugared and chilled. Joshua Creek in Hemp In Florida will surely be the ViceDirector Agricultural Extension I 1. A male child I 11. Upon

Fig MOUSI.O neighborhood gave me cause of bringing allied industries to' Service. 2. County (Abbr.) It). A part of the body
: her I
Material: 2 cups crushed flgs, juice report of last week's sale of !garden the state. There is also a big export I I A visit to Walton and Okaloosa 3. Like 18. Plural of I
truck it
amounted to $33 and n business for the United States, and I''1' counties would convince 4. Fence pickets 19. A
that I
one lemon, 1-4 cup cold water, 1 cup little over She had sold anyone step
peas and am in touch with that also. the growing of blueberries 5. An illiberal adherent of 20. Musical
sugar, 1 tablespoon gelatin, % cup corn and had a tine lot of them. She i j: is going i a creed instrument
boiling water, 1 1-4 cups cream or has the largest and tallest sunflowers If in this experimental plot the to receive lots of attention in future. 6. College degree 21. Plural (abbr.)

evaporated milk whipped. Feel and that I ever saw. The heads of seed hemp seed is sown broadcast they I 1 I While no carload shipments have been 7. In case that 23. Past tense of sit
mash .should lie about three inches apart sent from that section, the 8. To overcome; frighten
enough figs to make 2 cupfuls are as. large as a large' dinner plate. growers 25. A river in Southern China
This will take about a quart. Sprinkle She also has M fine lot of millet with anil may be covered sufficiently by are shipping by express a good many'of 9. Section of an army 26. To soak through

with the sugar und lemon julco and fine heads, both of which she is ragging a plank over the ground after : them going to South Florida at'' 11. Personal pronoun (third person) 29. A curved contour or surface '

let stand for an hour. Then run for chicken feed. growing seeding. They must. not be buried good prices. The blut'berrytruwers/ 13. Cold 31. Depart

through a strainer onk the gelatin more thnn one inch deep, and if planted I report the finest crop they have ever 15. A vessel in which oil is burnt 32. A greeting

in cold\ water for 5 minutes and dissolve Holmes-I heard from one man this on soil which must be irrigated, had 1 and the fruit is of the very bestMimlity. through a wick 33. Therefore

In the boiling water. Add I to the week saying he had screened the care must be taken that not too much There is no question but the 17. A single voice or musical instrument 84. Yellowish red complexion

figs and cool in a pan of ice water whole house and hud put running water water is left for long, for in a warm !: lands of thut section are well adapted 36. At that place

until the mixture begins to thicken. supplied from tho well in the climate steaming for long might In to the growing of blueberries Where 22. Lawful 39. A man's nickname '

Stir in the cream, whipped stiff and kitchen.Duval. jure the plants. Hemp requires about plantings have had the right atten- j 2 I. Two or more metals mixed 10. Affirmative

pour Into large or .small mold Cover :10 inches! of rainfall during its life, tion good crops aro produced on bushes I i '-':>. To force air noisily through the .12. Township (abbr.)

the top of each mold with buttered -This week I have been mid more in the beginning: of its only two or three :years from setting. I nose I 41.: Deeds

paper before putting on the cover. busy nlnklnl'lnns for camp. 80 itrxwth tnan lifter it is high/ enoughto The pickers have been at work for 27. A period of time H. To be in want or need of
Bury In equal quantities of salt and /girls and 10! boys have signed up to provide simde. Then It will stand I the past two weeks and willcontinue I 28. Bashful 4o. Like

finely cracked ice and let stand 2 or come prolonged drouth. It is always rests until about September 1 Blueberry [ 29. Decay 47. Also ,

3 hour. Du..al-l\lond-th..; tant to frost, and will even stand production in that section will un-1 30. Employ 49. Perform
judges finish.
Fig Jam ed the scoring of tho a little freezing of the ground, even doubtedly correspond with strawberry 24. Devil 50. Doze t

Select very ripe figs, wash and in the Home Improvement bedrooms Con entered -. though it is really a hot climate plant. production in the Plant City area, | 3::;. An artificial basin for vessels 52. A great number or quantity

drain, ..stem and peel. To every gallon test. In one case the I trust that I have furnished you avocado production on the'lower east' 37. To cut Irregularly into small 54. A iis>h
of improvement with all\ the desired information but coast, pineapples in South I II pieces
peeled figs add 2 quarts of sugar; wa* most remarkable and all showed I Florida /55. Hue
mash and cook to the proper consla- some improvement. At Spring Glenfliocting if not, should you want it at once, do I and sntsumns on the ridge lections of l 38. Garment worn by' Jewish priestsof "iC. To rear i.r et lip. as n building;
not hesitate to notify me. I should, West Florida. ancient times

; To Stop a Cough; Quick poultry disease we scored and bread talked about I I however, rather talk than write, and : It is evident that selection and I 40. A flower
visited gardens. '
tike HAYES' HEALING HONEY Following this Mr. Lansden for that reason am going to try to get systematic investigation must be un- i 41. To run away with a lover

couth medicine which slops the couth by a caponlzing tlemon'tration.Successful gave n I down there in the very near future. I'dertaken in this important crop and'', 46; Algronkiah tribe of Indians

healing. the Inflamed and irritated tissues. I I Meanwhile I hope you will get the undoubtedly with this will come a'' 48. A dipthong WI

A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE farming! planned; it sample I have sent you today, into much larger and better fruit. | 49. A speck 2L

SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and doesn t just happen. the ground, so that I may see how it West Florida has large numbers of 51. A river in Italy !

Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of ifocs when I do get there. range sheep; one farmer with 7000 I 52. Call to attract attention ou

HAYES1 HEALING HONEY. The salve Prices for farm products are, on Again thanking you for your expressed head estimates his wool clip this year 53. Senior (abbr.)

should he rubbed on the chest and throat the average, higher than they have interest, I reman, will be about 20,000 pounds. The 54. Common Council (abbr.) 2 :

of children suffering frc m a Cold or Croup. been since November, 1 f23. Respectfully yours, range sheep are In a fine healthy con- HORIZONTAL
ot1.hh H'llln! pffrct or Haves' Healing Honey In- dition. A 1ro -
GEO. These
II. BRYANT. sheep al I. Fragment .
throat nimt.incd Kith he hrallal effect of Nearly $80,000,000 range over
drove 0 U I'rn-Trite Salve ihroush the posse of from was collected From the department of agriculture's large territory and are above the':' 5. Pertaining to or like the base '; ; : ;
to. skin own *lop* a cuuh motorist in the form of
Both ,"mo.to; pm h.l In oDe carum ami the line tnxe", in the gaso yearbook for 1913, we learn average in size, in spite of the tact !II. The note of the dove : : ; ; :
colt cfchf i "a' "..-.1 trtalnivat U 35cv' yeacr 1024. It ifu "that the two fiber-producing( plant that they have not been improved by i 10. Title used in India hy natives in APHE
co :
cd largely for road APS
Just ask v our druggist for HAYES maintenance. construction and most promising for cultivation in the (grading to any great extent. speaking a European gentleman -
central United States I
r and nust cer- Like all other sections of Florida,


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"> jiiul ,if ''xii then t. lit. htif' lo' Uiifii ,iw' t if t1. i ln"t ni I ., i '.- Nil.n .f i ,ile .10 l )' 111 in il month, to nnswir th. comp houi
d I '.nt... Jim.! MMium' Jttrub John "i .'. an.1 I ,if diml. tlii't. to Hrltii Wynn ( of tin (.trite I ,.r Circuit, C >urt of Ir..I.1 MI,,I i tin-mine tli complainant will prunedoxpurte. ; ) unlcr 'U1structon.
I I', \\\r "i. CnlVynn aiul Suatnnimh (noi fdfd lo"n.y.. I,'.rhlt. I ha\c !'evtetl upon -
I '. i i Jfu h Ii.hnihoM' nnUltnco un- "II) .t on Mon.lnv. the 11 ".y.f Vugtut, I It Is further onleml that a ropy of thl* Stuitrt t --Two car loadpopr "' *.
J l,, .,. to Jin. 'y )1 John ,if Iliintc' mul il I>. IftJB. dnrinsr 'tlio l hour of *.I lotluroon .nler he iiuUlishcil unre n v/it-k for i liiht ciin> Hist this ahippcd. '
I m to \. Ji>tin.. of Stftrkr., Florida In fmnt of tht ci.mth, "ui"o In tnr'' '*. ircutlirrtk.. 'In tho Itrnilfoul County 'Tele.kiaph. yo.ir,
t I':nm y tiiul rhnrlr v Ctruy. hor hobnd. lira If"td Coimtv. Stntc HorliU. tu tha a nen-spaper ".h.d In Stark -
"f *.rki itivi,::1.>. M> ii-ln.' h.ni> of ,. I.lu.I nntl bout b'ddor .. .'. ftr rinth, ttiet llmifonl, .; : Ouiily, Florida.ltius : Bulelton-TO.OOO! aptntm >-
J ha* Ir\m Jotum. if ).\ln and if to.d, "n. dfxrrfbed' lund-t it\ H..o.1 County' \\ ml hand and th* soal ot sulil Circuit tel "
i I"! n '" Kliinbrth: Johno. wi.Iow of Ervlnf torldfl. to.wtt loiirt Starkp. Dradford County Floe.liln In "ltrultlol.

_. .i f ''MM uf, Intkf. M-riiln., Arthur John*, ol .\ one.el"hth undlvldtd Interent In the tho 1st day or May, 1015.iSfS.ll .
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1 DAYS!! 01-! '' \ A1NUECiltETS NOTIfK OK tPIM.IC \THIN KH T \\ IEFI (1.1.I tit In. Uomcr Johiwhoso adilreda of 9 and atl of '
7 the I
UNDER SECTION 371 OF lot rot etcept ( ) u. rk of th* Circuit Court if Bradtori i"ht instnlloil over wldo urcn.Apnlitohiioln .
tuiowti, Ircna R. and L. A. RoynoltUi hdnl
TiE ynnuli South 10 allln RIoek I J COUnly1""d.
FOR SALLIE > GENERAL STATUTES of North : : :: t'r; .Jon. I -
her hiiubnntl uf I".ul"'r. State \.lilltlon the Town of Stnrke. I By C. A. KM)lillll'. '
i htrm, of Johns. Annlo B... -- M:. hiilnvn\l ,-.
\.r"ln. .In Said land tn 1. sold by mo for th. runv> eof D"""' Cl0"" \
I Henby notleo Khun thnl Mote Cuvlnn- 1'"I. of K. K John*, doc.JM.nl, nnd f-ntUfvlnir afnrecald J"d.nt or 'Icflclency J. V CVSHJN. inir toaurfucotl.Wlntor .
few weeks bard i

emliiio.Tlie. next I was be ;innin>were r to foci tho to ,I ton bered uurchancr VItro":1 and IIOIr.u.U; bythu > E..hk.hn*" t'hro: UftlncwUIftFlurlJa. John*. *o. ed Inn tin deereo.ore *ubject and whloh to thn unld Hen' abova thpreofW d..lb.. i ,\lnrn.y for C !'I.nt.!! __. ( S-Qt- .*>tORDBR Park M I i ," nl to have I

!I Tax Olli-ctor of Ilindford -stnrkv., and J. now bunk this f.illMITirR:
nf tht- scandal that "
i-ffttt' I ugly was ida. Bald nrtlllciitn, bvlnn fated July 3. 'I A. J. WII.I. huaband. of AlaehuflCounty. An Sheriff of B..dfo.1 Clunl. nold. -
lioir.' \\hispereij about. In a letter tuEllio 1923, and havo filed auld ...ln..I. In myofflco I h ir* of A. H. Johns through 7.1.M-7-3I In Circuit Court. BlRhth Judicial Circuit
OS. E. Juhna. ctrccwf d, and I Con*
and have made deed :
from Ponsacolu cnme the ncwu .ppl.aton f. 'a Bra.lfi.ra Cwunty. rlon.la. In '
anU whoa addraa" uo ChMn.vl.
Cono. )
t luu* In ai-cordaneo II"u.,11 J. K. Co!! .
dotitfoi Ituatvi.1. NOTICE OP 8RIRIIP'S SU.ENottcA I<> Complainant.w I IN TUB (li > AND F01CKUV
thai Warren Fisher and his wife were w halm (Ill'UIT "ll '
Said ..rla.aM respectively embrace* the ,If dead. Th1:1 John tf lnd.nnItdead w f'. >". IN CHAN.til .
-ccn constantly together and were apjuiicntly folowlnl l.nd Bradford County, Florida, I than tc *, of* Sturkf, IM I.bl, vixen tbat under and bylrtuo .aV.. Cot*. *t at.Bill. \ .rOKI l'OUI "I

rctoncilcd. That was UkaWttrrcn. data of the Imunnco of. auehcortiflcntca and it la alliwo: i 'I. Comiilalnan',
in thu name* respectively l herein- thanninod I Circuit Court of Br.Mor otinty, Florida.In It tho of '
that all unknown to
I plaint to or .pl..ln. frm '
He would bo most devoted to i ortiil.Hrtku'.arly let forth, to-wlt! [ heir* whono rtMldt. .nco h.lr I* allenv l un- that crrfnin h.ur. Shrlvpr, .. bi complaint >al."alona.bv. .. lh' KIIYANTNU8.. n

her until things quieted down: Th'?n Certltlcati* Ni*. 100 tmbracc* ..onlnon.hut'on l< that there [Ie no pcrnon m thv Stato ofMi trudinor ni ,nl t plaintiff and that K. ami .11..0 of 111 nt nn.l InI" Idualy. If I"t.*
n"rth line imrallcl Mlth n..1 rliln.' idtj mrvlce of n *nbpu.na upon whom IT. C. B run Inn h defendant. I .. I.vl.upon to-wit Ooorttii W. l'ol'. t. W ( *.1, nnd if .1.l ..1 ", HTM1T
heuultl rcvi-rt to type. When n man mirth from auuUinmt curner of no.th\.t'' \\oiiM bind tintald dtfon-lnnn" and that It and will nell to the ht"hmt forcah. i !Ida O. Hrowu. Jab II'w'. Miltant, I I\\ |i|:VISKR8 AMI9..
i' hikhly, susceptible to feminine: iiunrlcr of block 1 auuth of ianio 1 rant In lalu-Mfd by th eonipmlnuni: that the nnrnvd I In fn.nt of thu Court Hou*. door 1nStarke ,1 l.ntMti. N W on.l Motti .r all ,' Mil: liKVIIKl. I I'' rR
run south "III. rll"ay Idft fnt.thtnce ," nn' ltiicrt.tod In tho propvrty in* Brn-tford County rtorlda. on MnmlnyAiiftuKt unknown, and that Ihurv i. no ,p..roi" II thiMati nSNTSNI: IIKM MMltlt-
( hann, it's n condition like the t extun .a.t 1.101.1 rllht .luh. 'IUMII'[ >' nUl I \.lv.1.C.I.II"1 ttif* mm. nml iomi>In1niiut alUireattuii tnl I02fi tho .am. Iw-lnr teual > of tlurltU. known to cotm.lninnt. tnt \fN.: 1..1. r ,> \\tll .f li ,8R
I unto* lay and b* tween tha Irnat hour* of *a1. I lea of a *ubpo na whom wiMildbln i: IIIOIriGI.VNMAN: ilennii.
"( hH skin or the color of his ftvt. Ih.I.. N p"rl1) with iutl h"" l 11' r..t. hr dot not Know nnd bl ililitfont *<>arahnnd en upon 1 -
the tleHcrllxHl' rcaHiitatt and I""! ilufimlanta nnd It la Mlevid hithe .1.I Wore thoi
tlu nco w..t to : nln north inrivury hnn not bo 'n fiMirtalnu > r.lh'ln. tht 1..h.I..1
e\i -. lluu is no chnni't*. Yes, they vnntil In Bradford county that altl nnmt-tl Jefindnntd '"t' 111' Ol tiHNIV' ( .
soutb hnlf of southwest ciunrti, r of tliKk 1 \%]h >th.r ( the di whiwo rmlduncaU I< Forid. J\la
\\ iuhu'ipy: enough in the eyes of thouilil I south of rang* 2 east bclnii "JMi feet north nlu-ttid"r.o unknown. In a'd'n. >r nllvr, and to-wlt are InUreated In the nrop.rty In. .1, llrtlfoi-l l"I"r. Forida
and south by 38U Also ', U tho ) hi dencribid A follow Ten arrea I lved In thl *ult. and do. .I I ""toi'.1 I (, .. .
feet unst In,1 west a 'it ?" ci.mv> nnnnt in morn "tat. *: .0mlI.ln.nl \
connection with f..1 .
\\ His the inn 1 thi quarter. not know and b Ultlirtf.it .. I..n I > .u It, M, r A Wills anII
n <I bill of crmnluint thm h* Wlfovea thvro aroptiMMis the rant .1.1.I of .ollh.t .rh. h.n,1 .
episode! would die nwnv on the breeze fret uast and vreat on ti uth sido of north ..nttriol In the *ati] pro|. rty Inoliil nl n".h".l mmrtir of lectionpnteen ((17 nhlu to aic.fr whither any dcftn..l.lanta I: Infm. No l I i-air. ,, V, of ..aidt
the I would half and aouthcaat quarter of bloctt 1 aouthrtiniia \ In thi. milthoa* nanu. and ago oraaoa. te tnonty. ( art* dead or .Hvo and that I "n .1'Mu i "TI 1 1..1 i I n,, 1IK1IIH AT
but nut so eimy jitdnmenl by complnltiant In *ald awont 1 1W : : ASMiiv4 -

receive. Already the title had beuun section 1 21. ca toMnshlp>t In il rimplu south .ublvl.lon., I I complainant. and who; ::driI<: I r.r.r. "fa w prayed to eaat.rerf>rm. 'property rfencrtbed n*> follow* i Tw brllo\i:! thcru aro PC nan* 1 Interoted In thion : ,' "tVI"I'NI( 11.\1\ ,
rn.o butt *) Id property Involved In thta ault, who*< 'ni I CIIII| til. \ 011I"III
to show its effect friends.Even ainisisi-d Mattle Guyons nndnnle t.fo Ruff.Ccrtlflcito : ngalnit auoh and unknown po. I mule*. nno sulky plow one try one ItS.
upon my WRiron. ono ttouht wniton, ono mowing machine name or namra and aue or aw** ami whoarmldenetf <. I : CI. \ OK
the onus whom I thoutth would Xo 101 cmliracieommenelnir 'on.1."J.H a nix ni.rrti of corn now a rowIn are unknown to complainant t am RI.ANMMXNN.; .loeeasnl -
on n llni> r\lnin. p..1..1lh 1 \ railway 84fiKt It u ordered that all c '' vln. I fotimrly of I. \ :Y. llrailfil
U t W'
;P antl ) fnrminit ( which Ihnve In *ald bill nlfrf prayed cue -
stand by me had grown noticeably north ,," i of nnrlhPHStttuiirter tmnicil. In thin order. If lUlnti.I nl.r, ir. taken oll.r Into poneilon Imllom.nl.and levy known and unknown pvraon*. Therefore It I. lotinly. Plurltln 'TUB
cool. Imitation to homes where I of block 1 south nf .lantro 1 .iant and 1..1.1. nil persona clnimlnu. any inlrri t my m.d. that In tlilw, 0.1. : ill',mar I AW. DK\ISMS:
north salii! line ft thence on. o.lp. .1 p..na n.m.o
run on it. east ntililht named dvfinilnntft.'
12 ato..I. cla mlnic \MSSKNJ; .
ol. hail been welcome annli-a to aakl im thonco othorwliu ami that FII'I .1 nUlr\VI
n'uays a guest fel. e. ", al 7-fit 71 Mradfnnl FtorMaXOT1CB lnteret under the nanud \ 101.1'1 ) / |. \
> .le.n.l.nl.
aouth parallel with O.tn,- 122 whomitoo\tr wht .. rjldeneemo Sh..11 ,
>* a o
I I.n.o u nR" .d otherwl .r : 1'ItOUHHAUAN.
l'd when aforetiald. dveea or ;
to and came ,
c'a- arrive, upon .0'11VN
west 110 to hctf In .. I tillvucd to bo vnknowu to and
r..t complainant III l Ills l nnd
.1 noup at the Country Club whlipi'iinjr section 21. townahlp A, 'r..rp1.* 22 tast, all: pvnor whoao nninc \In nlleired a* knownwlu.it. OP EXECUTOR'S 8AI.KIN aica penon*aura whono\and rmldvnc who***are name.llenej or a.m.to b< or Diitlsrii.f; ;\\s sItlne
ansrssvil Mattlo Guyons.Certillcnlo rnldcnco U bi-yond tha of Florida '- .o
I I ,
excitedly the conversation\ Slal unknown to complainant that may bo or arIntvraUd < II.nrl la.\N1M\N.
No. 102 rmbrnns north hnlf of thnt may be or are lnu>.. In tho RE : .lat. of Mary Ifopltln*. d.L In the* l rtMnafter dtwerfWd I 10t"N: ( ,1"'I..d.
imini'diutely( ceased. south hnlf of ,olth..a.tla I" .' of block 1 .n.lnHftfr dicc 1,uMt property, or part Notice '* Blvcn thnt we, John t-rty. or any part thereof tylnir and :n"r 1 Iliailford cuunly I'lurda,
When older hostesses, did not In. south of rnniio 1 cnst b.ln. .''S'j' frit. north then: ; of, = ; Statko, UradfoidCounty lrjlow and Jtbll\I tntmton, Fx ecu tor and llindford county Florida, drecrlbed a* 'I.III! IIKIIIST ;
nnd south by 310 feet .. went In Teinn- 1 .1d.n' :dj '. follow* : ExeeutrK of tho entail' } of MaryHnpklnfl On, ) and Thre and tot \ IvKES: AND ,, n 1
01111)0,) me on their lists, it hurt. Not .aub-dlv, ."to. 21, township A. south 1..1. Two 12') an.1 F M >. nnil a *trtpIorty lnt< Count jr, Florida' (ft Ll) ,'pt a 1) In th* Souihrat cornebelnif <. win( rmoi.su \ Ot .

thnt I enjoyed their bridge/ parties, rango 22 'a.t, "..d Mattlo Guyont.ITnleas frt't' Ninety feet dertnuinl wi make appllcntlnn on Monday.the thlrtetn p.tlon( ret north and aouth anIhhtythrce > (.1 SfAVn UltULmiAUAN, bt
raid ..UO.at. shall be rl.m.da..or"ln. north nnd tthndh I"y at Boulhwaatomner 20ih of July. A. P. 1D8S, at ten IM ISl) Ht ..1 and w.t Alo a ilirvased. tat* uf Bradford
luni-heom, or teas, but there is n sort .. l will Isiuo ." thence tho Honorable < ly lluridnSOl'lllA liLANK'
to tax < .h..un of bl" FI.n f15 nnd run o'clock n. m thereon. to portion of lot Seven ((7). follow*
of ntisfnction always beinjf invitcd on tho loth day of AUKIIM. A. D 1U2 c.irtt K'irty ((40. r..t. \henr0 north Nlnet A. Gn.lnot. County Judfco of Bradford Cun. Commcnclnii at th* northwrat' .0.n.1. of Lo' M \N. M\X UACII ,\NI NIC.
Witness my officlnl slfrnaturo and mill thlathu fed I. ihcnoo W.t lorty MO) fovt. ty. nt his offlco In the .n"nh.. Seven 17)) and run EonL 72Uj r.l. theneSnuth <. 1011 UACII. If In ami If
to tliin:;i, and at least beinn given 7th day of July, A. D. IMS.G. Thomson *trpi t, Ihcncn Ninety. ftot South, Stnrke. nm, (ford County. For. for an U'O I fwt. thence Wet 78l feet Ihi-lr iiHipcollMi IEIIRAT

n i'hiiiuo to refuse. W. ALDEHXJXN.Scnl to ,.ln. iKitnt. iho lUteon ((* ftct north order to n<.1 nt a prl\nto dlaMbutlonto thrnce North U'j feet to "point of b."lnnln. LAW, UEVIIIr11
( ) Clerk Circuit Court. Irld..1 of Forty by Ninety fivl lot U re* I hetrH 'Inw nnd fn eonipManr** with the of the nhove binntf' In II look "urlo.n (14)) A8.SIUNS.: W,\ 1. WARn
I was not nfruld that father would COlnty. aipvi'il for alley piirpoac*. last "III nnd t.itnment' of tho *nld Mnrv Ifnpliln al the oitiflnat" Town of Stark* I If llfit, anil I r ili-nd. then hlaIIKI

lunr tlio uifly: tale. He would itconvc By C ,\. K lT. I Do apprnr. to thu .mid bill of comptnlnt on *. deccn.c d. tlm folio win K dracnbcd' real Do appear (In the ald bill of cnmnlnlnt m UST LAW, nKVIHEBaSH
7-10-S1.8-7 Deputy nr before tho Seventh day of Sop. lumber A.ji eatnto lytnir nnd belnu In Ilradford County.Stnte or I.ror the Third day of Antiutt. A. D. 1925.!( ,\ ASHION3THOMAS: W.
( he "pitred. I knew that Curt ft > 8. ati>t rluo com-.t define nnd nut up nf Ftnrlda, to-wlt : nnd In due coumo d.tln. and .vt up what I'II I KINO. I In llfiami Ifil
.- \Vnirht hud heard because of : :. ln NOTICE OF OUARDIAN'S SAI.B uf to tho ubnxo ilferlbed prop* Section: 21 Tnunnhlp 0 South Rnnico, 2F'I you may hav to th* above dfierilipd' prop- 1 ITVISKKSNI: : > ASSIOMSliul
what :Maijirie had said. At a dance (.,it.)', (M"*mal iftld bill will l ho in ken a* confe*** and ."nl.I"ln. 40 acrea, more or Ima.Till erly. nr th* ald bi will b* t.k.n. eonffttiett ,\ \LI Orill-.lt: I'FIn N I.
od rill.MS (
"hih.ul o'erh'al'dnne dlscussinp; utcaintt you.It 191. avalnnt )oti ANI OIIOII.JONI..Iallin.
Tlilrty ils>. after dnto. on tn>" it nn tho (nth R. tor. ,
ec .
In further ordered that thl order heputlUhrd It I further ordered that (Ma order b th..lvh
JOll { .
him with *
tlut:l.in nnd impret inK dny of Auirnst .\. D 10.5 I will apply to theHon..blo onco a week for conaocutlvewmkn I.IVINGITOS. Rx'cutrlt.Titnto publlahrd one* a week for Kluht con-nmutlv. any ," nr moru tltfinilnntahrn
the l.ut that Warren Fisher and I (teorvo ,\. Gniiliner. Cntinly Jtldiioof In thu Bradford ." .I.ht.1.ol..ph. a of l.r. foI1kln.. Peceancd.fl.19Ht7.l7 In th* County ToUirraph. a .in abovo named tho Inndaor
Krailford County. Florida. fm" nn nrdei toll > .k. Dr.do.1 anv hurt of ( dmcrlbidIn
circulation, th1
left. Jarkonv ille together and wiekly nftWHpapcr of fienvrnl "" ironer.il
had ( ,
nt private laic a ono eiiihth undivided interest Hill of AND TU
linhrd 1 In Starke, Ilrndford county, In I FI".I o."II.llt
that it all had been arranged. She reminded each of. Rcba Andrcii, "ath.n.. W1TN iSH; the Hnnorablu J Hf..I' "lbl.h Slalke.. lrdto.1 ..olnt D. 11.211fl.
dnu, Molba Andrea and Henry And"u. Jr.mlitm .. tho mild. circuit court and the .. NOTICE OF 5UITrR'S SU.I W. ALDEHMAN.Stall rl.ht 11. or lntretIn
him of the morning at the
heirs of Krancla N. .Xndrtu. 'to In thla, lllllnf
station\ and even asked him if ho remembered and to the following iti,.,'lb..1 d..a.. .: turu tho ,Clerk tills the of thl 9th day court of n July.* wull A.a*D hi 1028O .I.ne.. Nnl.( .. In hrrel.v decree Riven made that nnil undfr. rendered nnd ttin20th hy, ( Clerk of Circuit Court., l.adn..1Counly. .n,1 ciMiuilalnt, di-aertbeil", d.f.nil.RILL .
vl of flnal
The northeast quarter of tho southwestiiuiirtvr n "I..
Paul Wright yelling "brl e of sections twenty-nino township aix I l Seal i rtcrlc Circuit. W. "A.LD.1M'N. dny nf .Tune, A. T). 1025. hy JtidR* A. Z I Dy 0. A. KNIGHT.Deputy Clerk.A TO QUIET TIrL1 Ea

and trmoni." Of cour"1 Anne would south ranuo twonty-luo eaat. .>ntalnln. forty DtaMor. Florda. A.lkln.the nm> nf. tho.Tudlclal Judiren Circuit,of the of Circuit,IR".tof .. S CREWS. NOTICICTh

recall thut. and sixty-two one-hundredth* : d" f fU.a"or I Dy C. A. F1.h.h Florida.' In Chancery Solicitor for Compl.lnaat 8.5.911.8 dofttndanl llryviit H. r.uriranna, aaauint .
leas, said landa lying, situate being and for county.
Deputy Clerk.A anil Individually, If In IIf-. and If "...d.Ih'n ,
On another occasion Marjorie and County. Florda. I 3. nlttlntt (In favor of Wnlter 1..r. his .Ifi-lra at law, Uvlaiia and asalanalThe

Anne weie at the same meeting of I I this th* d.l CUUANDREU.of Inly A. D 1025.. S.lalt"cn.ws. Om"I.ln.nt. T-lO-Dt-9-4 r' I\In'\ and aratnut hi* wlfi>.filiiiiipn and t.Mm': I NOT I CM Devlaw<. Llf'lvnanta anil' Uimaindermen.iin.l .

the when the at the Guardian for Riba Andreu, Mvlba Andreu.Kathlten I ." ." ., the InI..I.ne, In the Circuit Court KlnMh Jud'eUI' Cir .r docaaaed.tho WIN of troliated..liaise bi-fi t hiirlotl Ih. *Court m.ne of
tnnn (
bridle cub afalr I Andreu and Andreu, Jr.. ORDER rOtt I'L'UUCATIQXTn fF .ale tho door atStnrke. cuit. Hradford Couat, Flor.Ua. In Chun eery '
H.nl C nuiily' Jud of llrvilford rlorlda.rironlpii .
aired tlrst *
Inn between th lolnty.
win beinJ T-lo.51-8-7 Minor*. count. Florida Mary E. Edwat.
time seemed was after I Circuit Court. Klshth Judicial' Circuit, i leaal h.B.aIro" on Mondny the 1r my saiilI
ami Estate*. NX. I I. !>auo v, of
and bmtbidder I et ) Wil.
A".I. n 112R. to tho hlvhent Thorn** Dion, .
of Florida. In Chan
sCllp||> more than any of the othergirU NOTICE 01 CUARnHN-8 BALE r.do.d Countl. Slt. rO rn.h 'tho folo.ln. rlr rrhe.l( tnml,* It appearing from the alteiratlona of tha ,". n.'I. th* Heir* ,\t Law Devi.-renntl
Dennett lyinir nnd brlnir In B.aM..1 county. .worn Hill Alcd In th* above *tate"l eaiue., that .I.n.. lxiuli. <;ilniimii. or Louis*
Thirty da)'. after dnto on* to-wt. the tenth \\.e" Cnmp.ln.nt I to-wlt, I the rtldener* and *KV* uf the tlffindnnt*. tu* ".rnan or taut. ** llansinnn.. or Louis*

"Whx- llarj said, "right day of AuKiwt ,\. D. 19is. I will apply to the n va.C Defendant Lot* \enteen ((17 and Ktnhtrn ((1R> In wlf Tlioma* Olxon. Simon J. Temple, John I .lunemann. diseased, fuiiiuily of .. ,
Salie. Honorable (ipnrite A. flat-diner, County .lld. It n.nn.t. nfThlavItt I appended to the Section T.n MO | Fixe. 15) South.' I Pnrltet*. Rllinbeth Sttvtn*. Charte* J. Sundrlt. 1.lol! oountjr, 'I.rl.la. Itm I.lr At L .
I hy
1 efuu .ill us, she kept harping on Florida, for Town.hl R Prntlry. I. .a. and .\. of tti AitolptiOiiilwhauan
of Bradford County. an bill 0 In the nl>otiitnteil cnime thnt C. B. Tw.nty-two ( n ordlnie t-. I Jmmvn W. Slnrla-r.- Au..II. .,. .
the l.ut t that she thought it xvas very mil nt private sale a one twentieth undivided I .tho defendant therein nam.Mt m a I ,Rn. .0.1.1 l tn Public ttwnrd* .f Rrrt.Ifnr'l. Mar F. < lbn. John W. C Crvmen and I.UMIIIVO 1"I.h..n. tit
fntrrrst of W. E Andr,". a nonreldont.a 1..nn.t. Pairo Ono 'n. Rnlil Inti .0n'.lnln. Nlchnln* I''. Armutrontt. I hi. own rtifht nml Na I iMtilt* .r nlI
county on
nf the Stato of Florida, and conceiiU Imlth.
indi'-i rcct for and Warren Fish 1. I uul < lnnKiiiun, of *
I >
you lunntlc and hilr of Fen.l. N. Andreu, deei htmnelf un that tho procn** of thll 20 ncrvn more or !eaa. Arthur mul C fHWn "I'nrl.l.. .. al,1 l.ul."Ialuma
er to be seen going away on the snmotri'iti. >ni ed in nnd to tho \ deHcribedI Court cannot t)" nerved upon him andoxer R. A OnCRN, CharU-a W nll. Alfred I P. Con*. Thoma* JIlurrln : .,", .., lato if 1..dto "
Coiuily tho lltlin At law. *
That she and Curtiss xvere down I In nits The to-wlt nortliinst: quarter of the southwest qua.I tho ntre of twenty-on0 yrnm It I In thereforo I M JOHNS.Solicitor 1..1" MM I ITK M..nl.. YounM..I., 11.1..1. Mop-, ft nml! .. 1"11.11.. i f lladwlu Umlaliatfan, wlf* oftiiiilavtf

nt the --lation the morning you left I of section twenty-nine township six I bo and nrdircil I* hereby'ihnt *required afd nnn-nldnnt to appear d.r.ndant to the for Compta'nnnt' 751731 MO"A. Spindler., Jame* II. 1. Smith. Albert ItnllSamuel (" 'lrol.liagaa, bath. duoraavu. 1.1. ofllrmlfiiril
twenty-two cant Containing; ,. and A. Swann. N I Ifnunman. Jamea f*. County, Florida Sophia Ulananinn. -
and thut vim both seemed so thor- acres ..frt. lesn, I Mil of complaint filed tn > cause <.n or befnrr I NOTICE OP GUAIIDIAN BALE n. fohn Onthnm. Samuel CI Max I Baoh anil' Nlcliulaa llach. If InI

ollhl "";nieniul. Goih shl is a cat!" I"r I lundx on"un..lh I I".. 1.ln< sltuato in Bradford 11)35.) Monday othemvln, the tho 3rd nllevatfon ffnv AuBtut.* of iald A. bRiI' ,. .ane." J K E.r.AI..nd.r.. J P Me..m".. J. C PM''". I At f...I Inw.and PevlNMa If dead and thrn AaMun thrlr .rmpocllva, Warren h.lr.

:Al.nj; j and Bob xverc staunch and D.it.,1. 'FI".I. ilny of .Inly, A. n. 102HI I'' w It If taken further' a* confe "
I XV TI'RVKR.Ounrdian o.d..1 ore. b Hon.bl. It. l'u.ld; :. W. R I.anr. Bllnworth Trunt Com- I law Duvlacra and, Aulgni. Th.m.
trut. J nnc0 n for f.u. county. .'I.rll., on towlt > I If In I If-, and ,if .It. hi'*
1".1,111 .0n."lv. .
W nrado.1 IIklnn. lh.
for a P I I. N -) )- 1"Ilnu. .
n corporatiui.
I 1.ndrou. the Tlrmlford County T the of .luty. A. 1035 at 10 I nny. M.rRI. r. .
flthi't.aul wanted to tnk totlu Law UovlMK and AMlnna AUothor
.th.c'y i'; 0 N 'r .
nr\\rit'apcr pulilinhed I In K il l County and o'cl. ek H. m nt hi* office at tht' cfiurthoiine In n.hh..I. I..kr'l. ,IVnonfi. anil
nit' l.ut thnt theIr fathers objected" to I HiI the town of Sfnrko., ''Von IC'r"' <.<>< rKa! T mdl no Pun- .llnn. e.r.lo.
ltt. B.ador,1 o"al Flord. uliiiinix liy """'" iiniUr
lint xvith wh.! had! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I July Int. 11>2R. I for nn Order tn *e1! prl.l" .lie. can U. Fletcher. Tru U o, Starko LumherCi muni of nan! dvfonilarilii" nau..1 hnln.abovII.
I Rhltitnnn (Ira
fiiend-hlp I UNDER SECTION 371 OF TUBGENERAL II W ALDRRMAN. foui't h undl."I.1 Interest F.nl I mpany a : : .rllI: i or any of tin in, | In thl.
tid that bnm A Cat: ** nre alt unKnown Ian. .I..ar.
I. ., ID unwise. Other eH'1 BTATUTEgHi (Seal) Clirk Circuit Ioun. of Frank Hick' (I. .e. .S.7 liill. and .tho
/uot. and I* no In the .r ("n"lnl"l. Whl Worl'
t husbund* were to bl..iiifur, tin ir By C A. to thu t.lowln. d..rl"" 1 whu may rlxlit. Ilila .
i it 0"0 of of upon
: reby notleo ;s vlvni thut W A nessen*. """"' ' ,01 ihnngc. As if KI-.> .'n "1"1 .Ir. purchased of tax ivnle' eertlflcnti-M nuih'lercd '. J. I.. PIUSEE. I .It R.t Thrt>e-f.urth* of F..I.hal of Smith- whom ".' nald ..re".I.nl, thnlU complaint. ln>r<.ln .1..rlh..1.1.orlh..1 Di attll*
In the that the rol" .
201 and 201' Issued hy tlu for 7-1-51-7-31 12, 7. by
n-spectUrly Section
"' "11 :lot at liberty to bo l";>..il to their Florida lon"lalnnn' .t qunrter. [ R.n. nn Id hole..d defendant* who. revldenco* and ate. lylnif and Imlnii In ltin< .. County*
ttindfnrd '
Tax Collertor nf County. Snld 'Inndii Hunlnntl lying .
< nty the the msinniif. Said 2. 1920 MASTER'S"gALE I Urti::(f' rd County. Florida.ThU Ojvrca **. unhni>wn to olml.I.ln.nl. are Inter* 1"I.rl.I lnl
fr'nIOh. cl'celtol. .rIR.II. b.ln. dalu Au.ot > Itjinu* imrlloularlr I drrilnd
littlexi.rlil and my offlcinnd Itlh ". of June ltCnard'an et,'d l In tho p."ortv In.I. In the *ult, : :; I
was my .X ha an lola No II 1. In lllock
fndinj II I deed, Uui and that complainant div-i not know and nn.'r. :
ha'o mnile appliention" for tnx to w U IH, of tho Tnwn nf (:
Notion IK herwby iclvnn that under and ; 'lfn :; whether of
not been ahl tn emrertMln any 1..do"
\ < in o.or"an.. with taw thnt certn'n' final decree of fore for Ch..I. Francis ; ly I lurlda, aernnllnir to I'lat '
I ., .1.I""r Maid known ar* dead or ; and :
embrace the I :
dfft.'tided ci-rtlflcatn renpectlvi ly R.I"| Bt.7-17 d.ndanl .lv. I'lilHlo :
( li.nl; heard th..I.rJ R.ll Florida rlnmir! mndtr and c.nl..1 on the flmt day ofJuly. that It In l eotnplalnatit *aldHworn rif.irdinl In tha ItmmriU o'gr.f
( .
lands 'In Bradford unity.
the Honornbln A 7.. Adklni 1-- Ci nut .Morlda, .
side of tho butexplnnation r\owln. of sucl l by H II la a uenon or are peronn y
in.kiting my l\ent. nt the dale of the Issuance lRih : ORHKR FOR PUni ICATIONIn

was received with raised .,..IO.at...o In the names respectively her* Tn.lirtv In a",1,I f'.r F.twhtli Bradford Judicial."n.y..Circuit In chancery.In of Ftorlitn the Circuit Court at tha Kliihth. JuillelalTr .*uch .Inltnittifd whom*In name Iho p.p.r'l' Invnlwd and aite nratrei In ni'''you hnroby. to (llipcnr,: I..tiil \ of,Complain}
Ii aet forth, to-wlt! nit, of Plorlila. In and for llmlfnnl County ,1. n.m.
look". InaC.r tlmt reit' rnuiio th..ln < rtldnnr. unknown in lh. aUjvu' onlt.,1, eaimn on tlio 3,1 ilay of
( exchanged emhrnces west half or ,"n.lnl b nl.1 "h. are .
> l.ould C..IO.". Ni> 201 t".a tlio" comiilmnnnta Emma rn ClianeryOnni > com .!'nlnnnt Th..r*>fori., It (I. ordered .that thunniit ft nu,ml A. I 1. ami', rarh of ahall In
""Il me thut Anne nnd Curti" .,0 .r nortb"OI unartir. of nulh.aa ed by her .lunbnnd, Tf J. Thoma*, and Sweat Compl.lnlnt known rrtofornamed .> ,1,1, ,' roumo aa i>nm.ribul lir law |I"
iiuarter, aoetlon 11. ) nlnxt the deftndnnfMnrtln Clermek. the I r.n.lalt. ..nil riura, ., ami dvilno whatever olalmof
deal of the : n In thin .. and If idad all 'I.IP
vi""Ie u grout last0 acre*, assrn nl <'. Hi t"> et nls .rI. IvlnM. .
tOlethel' hlnka,. ','I.lc.d, 'Tpcelnlfnnter (In nald cauit* ap 1 i* .1" ( .rnnlant.OIIIR partha clnlmlntt ( undt r thu *aldriimwn r uht, tltl. or lntr.t which you. and
111.Iol'e, : it seemed snuem Ci rtiflcatw No. 205 o"b. tnst nf half oiiit i>olnd( to ,',Mite H. til idcnf. will on Monilny rnn CONBTRUCTIVB nnVICF rtn'l named dvf*.ndnnin' afore nald, de* i in h" i f 1 liiy and olalm: to '
.tin My latest adventure xvouldbo < h.1 of sotithw.t m .ou.h..t tbo lid, dity nf l.nlJtt, 1 1025. durlnir thaImfll C. Hvllwnti-r. J. Charl. ci amd nr oth, rwle. ami, thnt petnoni id I n.,II;i 'o"r:: uf land,, and any .n.b:3
\ u n. aectlnn 12. townsh 0, al
o\lh ..
Ramuol Hnrrls. .1 I Ilamnlon And that certain
\.ll.r. boll .f unto thureon. heforo tho courthotin W ..k.l. h' r boio nam or m ar* alleic* portion
1 uked< upon by him as on outrnlo. 12 laid .tA.oh n .h.\ . alttinte Rohrrt rv Horliln. kmmn ami eallwl Krndfonl
tho 'I' :
ous disregard of propriety to law lisus th..en .1 rolowln. ladd < 1.I..nn. F1..on.u..t /le. tliMt, be. nr ar. Inlor.t.1 In thn property Count
'ed | the IVIi'uraiih la hmvby lh*
i n Involved thin dt-ncrltieil a* follow*tAll .I.a.I..1
nrno..1 1 Ma.k"hlon. R .
reMilt thnt Anne's reputation on the loth'day of Xngust, A D 191.I Ma'le L KI.\ ... .11. whloh .
unspotted hiurhiwt eaah, to-wit t .Vr> i '. of *eelf n ((1)I ) northeast quarter ofnnrthra1 papur In thU publUhadoiirn
.mil, old fashioned ideas would I Witness my otal.1 .I.n.tur. .1 lot 'Sixty.two In W..n.wn. tn *ectlon ?. 'ila O. Inln.I.. M. W JTni-l<.-tt. Cashierof iiuartt,' and wmt half of nl.th. a ,k for 1 itonavflutlv* wvnka.Thla .
this ,th d.y of A 192.I -DBRMAN. 'I'.a.' Townnhlp Five South. Rnntr* Twenty trailfnnl ltnnl>. of Mtnrkn' Plorliia.If I eat ,, nnd' eaiit haIr of north t 41.1 ilay of May. IUa. Wilnuw my ot
ha\ <> an lidded appeal I O. W. Bradford and ..ntalnln. ten acre*, mor* 01teffi vlnu. and If ilead all pnrtlis claim nir intf .pinrtfr"a'It. northwvftt tiumttr of no.th..t. Real hand and i.al.
{Stall. Clark Circuit O"l't.' Fa.t. '.I.h'r of or ntharwl O W AI.UBRMAN
nndor you .
She took care out < f myilht ta you or (itmrfer and *outheat c.r tout h .I Iiiunrlcr
County .lc. nirl t>nl. to IJP mnile purauant tn and foit'.i '. In the following oVserlbi. Isnils sltuatoilIn and ., rl..f 18. all Clvrk Circuit I Court llradfoni
If she caught a glimpse of me By C. A. KNIGHT I .th. Slat of "rthw.t ,, ollhe.t. Count Florida.I .
Peputy. Clerlt. I .al.ra.lon of nal'l deerew with cnnbi.R )\\i.: County of Bradford. In 4iiartr| of eclon( two (ID *outliwi. 'lo| ,
shup, she would cross quickly to lntH7 M. JOHNS > r i lo.wlt- ti r of *oulhwi-t quarter and imth _. I> "I'ABKa.Attorney." .
1 'i flpeclnt Mniter In Chancery. f I'' <' Vf.rthwMit. quarter. nf thi. Vorthweston quarter. of if>" quarter of iouthea1'lunrtir BS27I1.NOTII .
"th"I' side. I it had not been for 1 I' NOTICE OP CUARPIVN SALE OF RBAI D B KNIGHT ,ter of Section I. Township 7 South RantfaJJ of Rection.h..t_ ((11' : north half of

Curti.-. Wright Anne would ha'1 EaTATBNotice Solicitor for lom"laln.nl. T.ft-flt-T-l.. RMl nurth half and *outhwft .lla.I..r couth '/ or ra-iRtiivs H\IK nr RKAI.KRTA .
of 8 HE RIFTS CnrETISOr weat quarter and wiat hnlf of *outhrt quar- 'fKNotlci' ,
I"'n thi' most faithful al my In lierchy .Iv.n l that the un.l.rl.n. BALl The .0mlI.ln.nt hadn. ftli-d her swum t< r and nmithniit quarter' of anuthewt -

fl'I(>Ik As it was, I could help l as u'mi'dnn for Williams, minor. Notlcn i I. h.rby nl\tn that under and hyvlrttm I.I I of In wherein th* ter of aectlon;:: four ( !) northi.mt fn'iru' over .of Xintha Williams doeenscd. will ur:1ud tith : of that eertntn' writ of execution !*. RI.! .. that yon and each "f you bv., orcln ..t hal of northwest qunrtcr and l"lh. IIA uiiuidnn for l.nnu WII.m., a lunntlfl,
!, that she happy my
was In
Honnrahle Cei. .\. r.anllner. ,, nueil hy and unnVr tho hand nnd teal of WVeeka. n tn have, somo rlicht. title of uiMt lar.e of nnrthweat quarter and will tiiiply to tho .n..blo ... Oai ."lim r,
plight because Curtiss had been more of.Bradf'ird County. Florida, on th* 10th djof T. \ an Clerk of thn Circuit Cnur 01, an I to th* Isnils aforraalH. or som part )tntf' of ."th..1 riuarter of -wet Ion nln.ar( !I <'oonlv' Jinlui.f llrniirord .u"ly. n'r'.I"'

the Inn story Auuuat. ltl.3. for an order to sell nt prl r: Htadfonl County. 1\1 of Florida, thi4th In.r{ ol'I ; : her north .. quarter of *.Unn .n I"h. "MUli' ilny uf Annual, ID2 o. for an i I I. ft
her since
I ten ti\ to atc salo all the .I.ht. title am! Inters** ,day of Autruit. D lino, 'on that e rtain r..r:1. ': sueh ,nn.hav- 111)), all In tnwnahlp .18( .oat ranf. .II m urKat. ..1.! all the riaht tltlo n, I

hud Rotten out. th* said minor in the C"lo.lnl described J..I..m.nt nr dvflelogey decree b.rn.I tho maklna ol this ..". I..n.y.lwo 'i2)! ) r*.t. one thou' lit" i..t .! .On. .aid l.aao Wlllliimi, a lunolin r'.
Afar I concerned I had lands. to-w.t : dnte .I.y of July. 19H., Th..fo. you and eaah of you .r Hand *.ven hundred ninety ((1.790)) *cn>*( iinl' tu tliv tol.wln. dfaitrilnd landa, * ns was Commincinu 217'j' y..I. en.l of northwest .: I n. Rhodrn wan C"mpl.lnat and J. A. Wain- .n, ,I.. to apptar hi-fore this .o.n on M nNOTU mor* or !_. :
forfeited his love and our paths corner of northeast iiiinrter. of north. A lo north threv hundr.| twenty (120) fi>e( lN.r'liumt qiiartvr nf Section Two Town-

But while I eaat quarter and run east '-"' vnrds. *outl' of northeaat quarter of quarter.and "f.. !. .v.n. H.nu. I'wrnty ..no' .
would lie
apar. even 176 yards, weat 2'i .. north 176 yard: -a t four hundred r :- %h..iI( ) fret ofoutheaat intf In nil 140 u..m".or Im.. ,Uuat lyl ,-

realized I knew that no to plnee of balnnln. contalnlnir. thr acrjm. .'I Notice I I. uhc-n that the followlnit K erik.d will until at pulille, auction quarter of *. "at.r nftoiithwect ,mil l h.ln. In Dradfiinl County, H.jrlda.
could take the place he re or I.. : of east northeast hi-rohy .. I.nd ilajr .siilil month. the quarter, and aouth h,1 northw I hi, .h. day of July 10211IIOIlrRr
one el'H nuarter, 1 leu ont, on the FIRST MONO \Y In At'OUST. 1MB. It i-lnir I.r"r. of outhea t except MATHIB.Juardlan .
of *t quarter :
would, hold m heart. .luarter norh..1 "Ih by 1ST f I Courthouse, D'.'r at ntnrki*. In Br.ltor ec-intv I.t..r Florida, or 1 11.1 and wt : f *outn-
always my lot H7' feet "nrh the with th. weat four M) aer* > ; ( for faaaa Vi flllanm, Lunat
I J tho for am
tns .cl tn"M'
neeresary pur .
IJut then, why should I expect absolute eaat 10 and west.more lutbw.t 1 iltuate corn-r.and containIng belm I.1 wi h such sale and. adv.r"'nl.' .u. 0..1.. F1TCTn C"I.tot. I woo. of quarter norlhont of .nulh..t""a.l..jnarter.of ** south quar* 7 \".',t-,.T

hiippiness ? When one comes I in ,nr.. Town.hin ', Range 22. east, itPradforil I ter. excopt ((8) acr** In n.rh..t.or...

to think of it very few of us ever (nlnll. Florida. Lot I blk Pesrriptlen t town .._.._.._T.___R.____A. M. M Ownef Morian ._ __..n..n__...e- north. of railroad, in lection Ihlrn (( NOfHB Of IAL
Thl. "lh '""," I or.la' ..__.___._ ,..t riiiuthwet qU.lt..f "rlh.t qurr.
murr\' the one love of our dreams.. "A5. M. WII.UXMS. lot a blk t town .. ____ Mn. Elulna Moraan lm t. (10) N..I.. la hrahy (Ivan to all pertona lnt rratrd >
..._._... .42. nrh..t ooee.
I.ot hlk 7 orla-lnal town ._ Eunle* C. Canova 'In thii aatol* of to ..
But life has t be lived even :f thethnads r"a"l.n, ror R.y Wllnm.. )mlnor. h.-d.. of tow H-1 hlk is J M. John. add..n'r........__. R M Kparkman __ __._ .... .h. J. J .ni>t r nlf of of nnrthwtmt .and oOrl Inti* of llradfoni County,.10 .H.r' ae4tThat
Wilam. ., add ,._ .__ .. .. ......._.. runt quart *,"lb..t 'Iu.rll. lull d-
l are not caught carefully together L 7 blk U L T._. C' frank Ol. .1.1 cjit quarter nf iouthwt I. Cornelia Ln.. Ou..I." M..
12 blk 15 L. .1 Ixing, A. l I'leaaaAl
and perfectly matched. ORDER FOB Pl'8LCATION tt ._ .... .. .C'....._.__ P. I. Whl. Et .. _._._._.. il'n', aerm In((2lf*outheot, north cornwr half In of aeetlontwentyfour northwmt uan l .nu. .Itlohanl Ian*. I I".U C'.nii.l.n. and A

Itvo true.I had thrown away my blh s T. 1.. ad__...._._ J. 8 ._..._._.... .41 of : ala ind wel liain N. Ixinic. wi on tlio '' day of July.A .
In Circuit Court. Glahth Judicial' CI..ul, Lot I blk L. t *T Pdl qu..t.r. aorb.t 'u.rt. D 191*. at / a. In th* moro-
chance of felicity when I had chosen Bradford ounty. In Ch.aee" .. .._u..C' ......_._ __._. r"hn P..k.. ....___.. __ &.1 half of tloQ q.rr 14) i IUth.tql.r" 'inK avuly to the Honorable" <.o. A. a..dla.
to pursue the way of frivolity instead N B. Hull, F.rc. All blk 13 L. T. o'a sub dl.___ S. K. KeUr _..... ....._..._. *o t quarter r e of northat quarter *and nolb. i /turity Juda"* of Bradford :

of accepting a life of purpose n. Lot sub* 1-2 dlvLota blk. 2_..T.. .A._.C. ._.._..___ Mairil* Dell .._________.... '.11., (half. of of iioctton*nuthvat twenty-two quarter of'2-northftUt) atio quar* at unkr the to rnurthoijaa.|| at orlvalo!In Stark>al*>.. Yit.: *rr'

filled. with and romance as the .1..0 W. C.I. .t .1. der.ndanl.RLL 1-2 blk 32 L. T. Co'* I. of nrh. title. and Interrat of M.r..r.t ,
beauty of oorthweat *
I TO (.OI'D. QUE1 ntuIt mb dlv _u. ._.. .....__ ._ .__ 111. S.Jcr ... .-.-. '_I quarter ((23)) all In 'u.lt.r. tivht (RI.) Irfinv, 1-lruant A. LOHK. Rlehard (x.nv,
wife of Curls Wrllht. Folshly. AND MiER HEL. tots $.4 blk 34 T. es 1..1 Ixina. l la C. IMU* and William M. Lona,
had thought it possible to appearing from th" .U..tlon. of tI, dlv L.......C..ub ...._ AI.i Merrlk .................__10.. nineteen rang* twenty-two, twenty ((20)f22) .ut ; minor hem of; KelTx ffarilra fxintf. deraael.; :
of complaint In Ih. .b. .* Hit, fclk' a4 U T. Co1* >ubdlv (1) In t.t'"ln. In iinil to th* dcaorlhed real *etatillunti'l
sworn : ((29) and ( > aw toU".Ia.
What hjul my pursuit of glittering .I of :. ...____ M Ellerson hl"
that the age and residence "t"n.nl .m..I'.I tlon Rftwen "Ul., towmhlp I, flv* (it,, .0" iind! Lln" tradford County t'I.r
plonsmo left in it's wnke ? Nothing W Coir. If and "if ,..,* C. T *ub dlv ... \. O. J..III ----------.1. I.In. lo-wlt:
vain his 0.0..I.. div!._. Ivln. and a.l.n. Mn Rk.2" L T C' C' dlvLnls ._.....__.._ F. P. B"el __...__.. ...... ranv*, and twenty-two they hrby rU> ar eaat.De required (a Huiitli half, of louthiaat quarter of acet'uni .
but and ,,
lsunchantment regret. 1.1.1. R B.ldn. if li.lng. and and 0.0. the. K 2.1 blk. T C'_. ._ .._ ... .._...__.... 4.n to the Hill of Complaint Hlt"l In laid .= .,townehlp .. ftouth, ..nl 21 eat and! we''
( ) her h I. d.t. letjaie., ..I.n. hi LoVj v L/T'eTCe?.iiS 1. 1 1.1 u. or before Monday, the 3rd day of Au. half of northaact q..rlt eat balf.

for B D.e. I 1.ln., _. and ca... are al.1unknown. .blk. 42_.... ___*_._ __ Butler .....- .. ...... D 102A "'h"II.. th* .1..ton.the of defendIt'l J JBUI ,n.rthal''hw..t qu.r... of aeatlon .It., qu'i ,<. " legatees .
Sturfce Contracts awarded h.I. and there no p.rson.in the SUtof .1. T sub dlv.__.._.___ "lu. Bro*. ..... __. .. '.I .II be ", .* Mouth. rant quar.* oontalnlnv tWI.I r.*
road between Highland Horlda. known i.complainant the servic Blk 44 r. r C' dlv ..._._ \. O. Jenkins -.....-.-........... an'. that thl artier .M.-i caat half .blook 10 aa eit< '.
paving state C' .ul
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subpoena upon whom would hind th N"j blk 11 f.. sub ..__ M. O. for.lHacnl uuU.' 'urh Eniey. map of except op I
and Muvilla.. of d.C.ndant.n.I a r. Rodman Jones am 1019 htk 1* Peek' aiM ..41.... .. .. I MarvlekMr .. .._ 1.12 r p..bllb.1! eaeh .e for Connt eluht* Tvlturaph. ill!.1 I live o. It..b.end. >* 1..1 C Jon.his wife, of -">! Fig str*. lS3blk 2 Wjrman'* : : : 4, aouth.. 22 t '
St f< -r' burg 1.00 bond Issue '.. Or'mns. Slate. of Lul.an.. and theTollowing \add lot. ...... ... .....-._. n.. *. \ .ici ii ",., 2'' "n l ''ewvp'rInI I In Bradrom County 3 lark*, riorlda.rn. t .
nanwxl H. Johns. I On. lot .I land bv .. fOttv I 1 1Oua : \
d.t.nd.al. of "
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approved for publc improvement hlk 31 orl >r I 2th c : AN.I .. f MiPI .. ,. I Ii I. I ,
jLake. Ry. W Tlf It H It q.. '..n I lar..f ** ." > t i i I I
To Curt) a CoIJ lit On Oar Lot* '.2.1.. 1 n I A.CI.I Cu' L i. 1 .<. .i r. ,

Worth Pi.r at munHpsl BROVO rak* LAnvr QU m s olHh \' 1_ _. if c..t ".,., I, 1,1 1'.1.V.
casino replaced by new SUM Hg blk aa L T. 1DINO. .. _
soon ft* b
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Bradford I shipped in cnrlots, 33 refrigerator Mrs. T. J. Terry la spending a few I reunion was held last Sunday at the I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Roberts, all of Lake'
' cunly TBlcorapli tars going forward in six days, prices days in Lake1 City at the home of her home of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Futch j I I( City, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs StAugustine:

-, ,-----...--. --..-.-. ...- -.- I being paid on tho platform ranging mother, Mrs. Braddock. The .party was planned by their children -;i L. H. Bedenzuugh last Sunday.
j I from $1.30 to $1.50 a crate. Large I and grandchildren, but owing to Mr. C. J. Weeks and wife, of Jacksonville
Published weekly and entered;! as I shipments of produce have also been (;01. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of the rainy weather one son and family I spent lost Saturday with :Mr.

second class matter, ut the post,i forwarded from Starke, and growers Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday of Inlet, were unable to be present. Weeks' sister, Mrs. Elsie Spurkman. Invites You

office at Starke, Florida. |Iin that section have had a line year.- afternoon. [ Those present were Mr. and !Mrs Mrs. T. Newberry Anthony has I

=-,-. :.' Times-Union. [ Daniel Futcli Sidney Futch of Law- has been the guests of her sisters, Bring family to this
__...._ __________Owner. W. E. Davis, of Starke, was in your
B. S, MATTHEWS I -- Icy Mr. and Mrs. Louine Futch, of :Mrs Elsie Sparkman, l1r.Ia1'7! famous resort en Matanzas
town on Friday.
J. C. RO lSIIOS.---.--- Managing Editor. BROOKERBrooker II Graham, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Hall, Geiger and Mrs. Lillian Wainvvright. Bay und the Atlantic Ocean.
: Dimiel and Pauline Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDonald of Switzerland Enjoy the roofing breezes and
i Sidney Futch was a visitor to :
;: I July 17. Mrs. Hattie I Mrs. C. E. Emery and baby, !Mr. and returned to her home here this Summer sports. And "Old
4' f'f'l' KKUY FRIDAY Starke Friday.
I World".! charms besWeslMagnificent !
.. ... Rivers, of Lake City, is tho guest of Mrs. E. D. PeArce and children and week where she will spend the sum-
'lt'Ii'I( ; : her In-other: G. B. Colson, this week. A. N. Jones, of Yulee, came here I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Darley, of Gaines mer months.
StKM RATE I Mrs. S. Urnnnen and sons were the[ last week to relieve C. T. Sick as section ville. Rev. E. S. Taylor filled his regular ,, Beaches

: jl Per year __ __ u___ $1.50/ '. iuHt of Mrs. J. J. Morgan Sunday. foreman for tho S. A. L. Rail appointment at the Christian church Wonclerfuf! Surf
I J. J. Morgan J. B. Thomas and way. Mr. Sisk was sent to a like position Mrs. J. W. Awbrey, of Starke, visited at McIntosh last Sunday I i
Kuv. ,1. II. Kelly attended church at at West Palm Beach. friends here Tuesday.Mrs. P. B. Hunt has recently purchasedthe BalningHistorical
large residence in the southern I
Oak Grove
Sunday. ,
\ I.. R. 'iiilney was attending to' Miss Florme Terry, of Lake City, G. W. Brow and Mrs. J. T. part of town known as the Hicks residence Scenery
hu ;nu'! Rose well Ward, of Jacksonville, home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Tuesday from Orangeburg/ C., Mis. Gertrude Allgood who has been j
-i wim the guest of his mother, Mrs T. J. Terry. where they spent two weeks with rola- visiting{ friends and relatives in Lees Here t tM cliinja,i complete ofwoos'-
tives. burg returned to her home here thisl.wcvk. .
I', Ward
: Sunday.
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Henry Hudson of Clay Hill was .. 1 \
bea r he t n 1- .
:Mi-s Luhe.lil1 I'cnholstcr and
> transacting business in town Satur B. F. Russell, of Ocala was trans lirmili'd I.| n '! ',ir' 1
'I R. L. Birt and family have comfortably ,, .
John, of Tampa, spent last Sun- acting business in Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. I 8"01.1.'"" tl. J. '
.t iln.; hcie. with their mother, Mrs. A. day. located In the residence near the' rut fur kldUKi

," .1 I I'enhoNter. Mr. Uuddington' of Middleburg, and Mrs. C. C. McCormick and railroad that was vacated by P. B. I j Hold Mal ,i.lh'r
I nl'com"nl. [tl]"111" "MM
A. I.. (toxby, H. P. Onlney and ; was a visitor here Saturday. baby of Sanford, are /guests this Hunt and family I II are th,- I L '1'1.I .
4931 ''I Hi nr\ :Shaw: all were attending to week of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Blanch- I Misses Jennevive and Marion Rivera Chiimbt f t'.r. .
.L No. Mrs.'W"i1.: I have returned to their home in fierce will gladly!:
e MIIIIK"in" Miotonu lust week. I Mr. and Bryan motored ard. i I II give yi,u iu. nuq/,:]
'.", (M inbi) rsliii| in Nit i .ilAi lllghway I 1 : ;Mi, and Mrs. Tom Ostoon and to'tfturke Sunday afternoon. I Lake Butler after a visit with their any loft tmtlu, ;
'" it 1.111 i I ISturke I grandparents! and Mrs. W. s.1 I )'ou (K'.ln' Address ]-
HAMPTONHampton l lI
.. i;luiulchildren all spent the week-end I
-- Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Starke I
I Futch. j ji
't.' Graham, I II
A widr-n-ttriIs! "' ?.//111"1', '",, the in was a visitor here Monday. July 17.::Mrs. C. E. Harper Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colley left last CHAMBEROF
.. (i..W. and E. M Hnzen were attending I i ,
Gmwiis' A- It" t"II,0' had as her guest last Monday her Saturday for South Florida where
-[ to business in Starke Monday. Sheriff W. J. EppeiMW, of Starke :: j
'- Duvall of Gaines- COMMERCE
1 sister, !Mrs. W. O. they will spend the remainder of the
Bradford county hUll two rt..i* 033
l who paid income tnx on $5,000, or spent Tuesday in Starke. J. W. Andrews, Sr./'of Starke was Mrs. II. B. Geiger, of Lakeland, is | The Baptist Sunday school that Is'''
1 more, onim-il 1 during H<23. Wonder Mrs, II Guiney who has been visiting a business visitor to Lawtey Monday. I the guest of friends and relatives here putting on the contest showed much.
how It feel. to bo groat? in Jacksonville und Plant City r
this week. i interest in their work last Sunday I
r .-- for sometime returned home Wednes- George 1-'. Young, one of our mer Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, has when regardless of the rainy weather I'
The state a few days ago sold nn [ day. chant-farmers, has on exhibition at I recently been the guest of her grandparents ': 70() were present at Sunday school The [ ti
,- island and mud flats. nt the rate of [ the post office one of tho largest sunflowers Mr. and AIrs David Jones. Green and Rods present 44 and the | '
.I_ $1,000 an acre. Even Florida mud in TOWN8END.TIIOMAS I wo have ever seen. The talkis D. II. Loflin, of Jacksonville was ,{ Black and Gold 34. One class recites r
<' better than other mud. J''iy;; I II 12 feet long and the bloom Is 12 the guest of Mr. and !Mrs. W. R. Jackson I under a large oak in the church yard'
Lake Butler 10. Miss Virgie
-- I inches In diameter. Mr. Young says last Tuesday.Mr. because the building is crowded. Last
G, Lot of watermelon money in circulation Thomas and Mr. John Ritch Townsend I he just brought it n Ito show what and Mrs. I. W. Wesley and son, I Sunday being a rainy one they all''
married 4 o'clock Thursday SEA-SIDE CAMP
at A
over Florida lit this time.- wore good, land will grow. : Charles, of Waldo, were the guests of had to remain in the building which
Times-Union. The farmers' "watered July 2, at the home of the bride. I !Mrs.. Wesley's aunt, Mrs. Elise Sparkman very impressively showed the need of FOR BOYSLET
y lock" paid biff dividends this1 year. Only the family were present. The B. R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville, last Sunday. }['I additions to the building for Sunday
-o---- ceremony was pcrfoimed by Rev. was transacting business in Lawtey R. L. Birt and family were shop- school rooms. TEEM ENJOY THE OCEAN
Clarence Moore of the church of
Federal agents, disguised an realtors Christ. Monday.Rev. ping in Starko this week. I I I !Miss Nannie Johnson, of Aster was Boy Work,, inc. St. AimiutincIor: .la,
arrested10 men in KixHlmmee J. V. Robinson and daughter, Miss Gladys, Sullivan\ and mother, ''the:: guest of Mrs. Dan Johnson last maintain", n JO.OUO camp on Aniutatia Island
' 1 for violations. of the liquor law. KIs- Both are popular young people of Miss Helen left :Monday for Mech- Mrs J. Sullivan, and !Mrs. J. P. Sullivan I|[ Monday. \ : compleUly equipped with I',"'illon kltohen .
i Bimmec's real realtors had better look Dike Butler. The bride is the attractive nnlcsburg Ohio for threeweeks'vacation. were shopping in Starke this: [ Mrs. W. B. Crichlow and children, '' itlueplnir quarter, bath houses" electric
to their credential when they take to daughter/ of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. week. of Jacksonville, are the guests of 1 unit, pure water and competent caretaker.
They will also visit relativesin
the woods Thomas and has many friends here. !Mrs. t of Waldo Oct' an bench and river. Bathing, nih.nii. canoeing.
' utruln. other cities of Ohio. Kate Sparkmnn, Mrs. Crichlow's father W. E. Hutcha- All bop oraanUationn, dully accredlu -
--o-- The groom, n son of Mr. and Mrs. visited her sister Mrs. Elsie Sparkman son, this week. i 'l and properly sponsored, mo Invited' ; to
i ,J, R. Townsend is a young man of 'make application for u.e of this property.Addrnat .
i A Charlotte county fisherman. suys George F. Young was transacting last Tuesday.Mr. Miss Hilda Durden who has been lloy'a Work Inc. or Chamber of
Martin\ has done the fishermen more sterling qualities, and holds a responsible business in Starke Monday. and Mrs. C. L. Mouser, who visiting friends and relatives in Plant Commerce St. Augustine, Florida..
damage with his Huh law than Cults position in Jacksonville Immediately have been visiting friends and rela.tivos City has returned homo.
did good when he had the gun remov- after the ceremony they left Alonzo Strickland of KlngsU/y was in Chattanooga, Tenn., Fablus, Miss Emma Johnson left last Monday \ :
ed from the fish commissioner's ship. for a short wedding, trip after which a v.Hitor: in town Saturday.Tom I Ala., and Clyo Ga., returned to their for Jacksonville, where she will Tho Quinine That Docs Nt Affect The Kent!

? e Catts. used ii salve, while Martin de. they will reside in Jacksonville.The Fd;;; ""falosman home here last Monday.Mrs. I spend the summer months with her I Because of Its tonic find Inxntlve effect, LAXAflV -
bride travelled in a Koshuimra Berry of I A. G. Dyal of Jacksonville !Mrs. Carver. ,I E IJROMO QUININE; (Tablets) ran be taken
cided an operation was the only thingto cousin ringing
nave tho fish. and game to the people crepe ensemble in a shade of brown Green Cove Springs was transacting ''I have been visiting her mother, Mrs. I !Mrs. W. T. DeWitt and W. T. Jr., I Iof la by the aoynno head E,W.H'L"'i( '?S nrrvoUBness elgoaturouubox.or Sue.
n of Florida. with accessories to mutch.! They have business here Saturday. Hester Jones, and her brother J. V. I Jacksonville, nre the guests of her

Fkl ninny friends, who will" wish them every !Mrs Mtytie: Frnsler visiting relatives I :Mr. anti Mrs. W. A. Saxon and son, '[ aunt, !Mrs. W. B. Roper, this week. Colds Cause Grip and Influenza

Levy county it prt-pariiiK to spend happiness in tho future.KVANOEI.1STIC ; ;in Jacksonville this! week. I of Dtcrfield lame been the guest of II III II Mrs. Huurh'Norton and son, Rosq, LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove-
s a half million in extending! stale rand Mrs: Saxon's mother, Mr. Dees of Clcarwater, visited Mrs Norton's- the cause There Ii only one 'BromoQulDloe"
thlrtei'ii to 'edar Key, beginning! at A very pleasant surprise family I I Mr. nnd :Mrs Wilson Cnrrett and sister, :Mrs David Jones, this week. E W GROVE'S slgDK'Mre un box. 31V.

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Bronson and Archer and running lleilbnmn church Sunday. Next Sun- n e-arxnnnnnC7 r7S7S4
from there to Cedar Keys, by the way day Mr. J. F. Kiekliter, will be chairman -
.i of Bronuon, Lennon, Otter Creek, 1311zcy and there will be two speakers. 1
TTyllv, Rosewood and Sumner,
,:,'f parallel along. the Seaboard Air Line Winter Haven-Invvood Park to be
railway and on the present road bed Kite of 85 new homes.

, or us near to same as wilt be practicable IDLEWILD I
Winter Haven Huge stucco plantto
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to build the proposed road be constructed. PARKa
whore such route of right of way has
already been outlined'or laid out. HIGHLAND;
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i The Tampa Tribune moans over Highland, July 1;.-Miss Martha
every' dollar pent by the state in con Merscreau returned Monday from a In The City 01
structlnir", improved roads in north and [ stay of some length in Waldo. Right e
,', west Florida, its latest outburst I Mr. and !Mrs A. J. Swnrtz of Law
.; against tho. road department ending I tey were visitors here Wednesday.Mrs. .
'frthaslyi "As It was, they gave about W. Wimberly and brothers,
four-fifths of the improvement work Derltch, Lloyd and Nelson Green, of
"'Itt'the north and west. No doubt Starke visited. friends here Wednes- Green Cove Springs

people unable to live in South Florida" day.
1 need some encouragement to stay Miss Louise Snyder, of Starke,
.t' where they are. The Tampa district spent several days here the guest of
received the larger part of the road !Mrs H. C. Wimkcrly last week.
I money under contracts assigned by J. C. Holmes nnd E. H. I'lowman INVITES I ITS

the road department at its }last ses.. motored to Jacksonville on a business
lion, and Trib. is acting like a certain trip Friday.
Well-known animal famous for its Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Grime, of New- D

,':t t squeal. berry, returned to their home Sunday Starke C
-0-- after a week's visit'here with his parents Neighbors D
:-.lV' The last legislature enacted a lawmaking !Mr. and Mrs J. W. Grlffla. D

.: It unlawful for a period of H. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a business D
'. /. six years to kill any wild turkey or visitor to Green Cove Sp.'ngs -- C
deer within the state of Florida. The Monday.Mr. .
' law is a good one and should have and Mrs. Chas. Hart, of Atlanta -, TO. COOPERATE IN THE MONEY MAKING POSSIBILITIES
been the Ga., arrived Monday and ---
i y e placed on statute books are occupying "
years ago. There was a time when the Crews cottage, Mr. Hnrt NOW BEING!' OFFERED t;
l, the state had plenty of wild turkey Is connected with the McDougald DC
': and deer, but these have been ruthlessly Construction Company
?, slaughtered until there are few :Mrs E. II. Plowman and baby, of
!, of them left now. Every Individual in t.nvvtcy, were visitors hero Saturday.Mr. .
tho state should do all in their powerto : and Mrs. J. L. Strickland of Big Sure Quick Profits '.
bring the deer and turkey back to Webster are announcing the arrival
,,S' the woods by giving! them every protection of a baby girl born Thursday at the
JJO..lbh-Grl'en Cove Springs home of its grandparents. Mr. and =.Jx --

Times. -o-- Mrs.of H.here.J. Taylor three miles northeast : ;_SHOULD RESUL T IN AN INVESTMENT HERE NOW --

Hon. R. A. Green former memberof Nelson Green of Starke, was a visi- ,
the legislature from Bradford tor here Sunday.
county and now the popular congressman !Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss
from the .second district, Ethel Hicks were visitors to Jacksonville Frederick H. Lewis

ucceuding the veteran Frank Clark Tuesday. -
was a prominent visitor to the Gem i" -
: City Tuesday while pausing through ,
enroute to Daytona and other pointson July 17.=Mr. and MM.!
the East Coast on combined business W. F. Wells and Mrs. Alice Lee, of -'-
and pleasure bent. Mr. Green Jacksonville, were truest Sundny of
reports that real estate activity Is :Mr. and l\lrH. E. B. Wells. Mr. Wells Tamiami-Jax
noted throughout his district. lie re- and Mrs. Lee are brother and sister Realty Company D
cently returned from a trip to California of E. D. Well D
and says that "everybody" D
everywhere la, talking Florida and J. T. Moore and R. R. Thede weN I SELLING'AGENT JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

planning to come: and invest in this transacting business In Jacksonville '''. .
favored section during the coming !Monday 209.Mitchell Bldg.' Phone 4543

winter.-Pnlatka Times.
L. H. Hill was transacting businessin
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W dnesday.
The section around Starke is furnishlng -
, Northern markets with large Mrs. George Anderson;; : was a vlsl- Use This CouponPlease
. shipments of sweet corn and water to to Gainesville Monday.

melons Wannee are a town moving at the in terminus cariots from of a hanl.!Mrs Flora Woolwine of mail me booklet and information regarding Idlewild Park. D

branch line of the Seaboard running
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode. Mrs. Q
v- out from Starke. The Starke Tele Name t
graph says that in six days 69: carloads Woolwine is an aunt of Mr. Torode.Mr. .

of watermelons were switched and Mrs'J.'ii"iloore:" were vtii- Address .
; to the line
main wrom the Wannee tore to Starke Saturday.C. .
branch the price ranging from $223: :! '"
to 1300 a car. At Lawtey seven miles S. Hill, oi Lake; Butler, was in

north of Stark. sweet corn is being town1 Saturday.. sasx clocxwsrslsa os ...__
:aa.. sasas savs saeaeasleav e, saslos saoc. .saeoa .oeasroosasaeara ,sve s
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