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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MILWAUKEE DEVELOPER PLANS FOR ADVERTISINGSTATEBEING : ROAD BONDS OF UNION



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BIG HAMPTON PROJECTSyndicate tonmiasioner of Agriculture Will Department Agriculture Kept busy ---- Long I Ih III Nii On I t 111111'.1anu"I lag)
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$\11(1,0(111( ( ) :vlllcd in Court.I. .
1 Stress" Agricultural Possibilities. .\n ""rinK :Many lniiiiricH.| I

-- I New Dry Driver Lake, Butler, .f.lul.L'. .' After a
ot =Nine" .Men in Purchase I
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:Nathan<; Mayo:;: :commissioner of Tullalinitsce, July 16.-The mailing 1 "i nt, > Immediate Improvement Is Said 1 Would Rule Chicago ( 1 agriculture, IS rapidly laying thei d"pUl'llll\lnt ot the state lI"rkulturull| ,-,>uit I for Union county has. validated

Assured fur Santa Fe Luke. i ii ,undv
: in the Interest of Florida as ) to keep up with the enquiries| |I $ llu.Miioted.\ III that county for them

W. W. Simmons, of Milwaukee, provided, fur in all act of the 11)25I \) pouring into the capitol for ,.,,]
; Wis., and Winston-Salcm, N. C., legislature. I Lion about Florida. Ono of illfol'lua"I) !niliui\- -< ami 1111111'UV".lllIt"rlll roads
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while in Jacksonville announced the j I'he purpose of the act is to attract and !perhaps most impoitant orders f 'I Hi,' inU'iveniiiK defendants took the

pun liuse of two tracts of land on ciders und investors to the stole, the tilled there in recent weeks is thai ot'': i 1 1.1 xitiim' that freeholders and) not

Soma 1-u lake, near Hampton, by u a fount"' to till the soil and the latter I Roy 1'. Chase, state auditor of Min 'II"I.,I.ml',l electors\ should have voted

syiuiK-alo of nine men. He declared i I" mt. st capital in its various mlllIM nesota. Mr. Chase is an oillcial ot the .MI thf election.. T\\o I bills wore passed

that the two tracts will bo developed u IKS.'lime. national organization of state comptrollers 'm I'.11'.I:' : one .a special act and ono ftitmrnil .

immediately, and that thu lake fiont will be Dome departures from and auditor which will boil/ lau. Thu special act provided,

property will be subdivided and a 4 )1"utou" campaigns, Mr. Mayo said. its next, meeting at Miami in ''I that iiualitied electors should vote top i

grand opening day with a free barbecue .J)lust a, soon as his orKaniaation Is Nocem-I i..lIII'1(11II11. u f the net which changad
ber.Mr.
airplane stunts, bathing and < < niplete, representatives will be sent Chase, writing to Tallah.i.s.set the muniicr' of handling the road

dancing, will he held July :30. Arrangements into. every' county to secure data and 1 on the subject, stated that he WIIRtl'I.1. | rUI:ids in I the county and the management -

are being made to entertain i, ,ml">imutton, from practical farmers'' all members of the association. of the roads

5,000 people. i lining< what Florida can /grow aol familiar with Florida when they arrived The general act prox'ided that only

The syndicate consists ot C. Chandler how' easy production U through the in the state, in order that they 1 uoe.erc"- frcoliolilers should vote in bond eilio.

,general superintendent of the' .ipplii.ition of energy, industry and might got the greatest! bciietHs from I tlu...<. The question validation nnrruwud -

Southern Railway System at Atlanta ; I ,",,::non sense. I IIhii tlyir visit hoi-u. Ilu asked, therefore, itself down to three issues, the
L. C. Andrews, Af-
J. Si. Sharp, civil engineer: in the / uocarc a indicates that the comml s-I that each member be suiit copies ui I xistant-Sec'v Bng.-Gen. of the Treasury, who I inn in one of which was to determine

maintenance division of the Southern, a siom intends to stress the agricul- publication in which might be fOil 111 I August 1st puts Into street a newy.tem I whether thu election was In fact al t

at Macon, Ga.; D. U. Nolan, division Mrs. Johanna Gregg. member> the"iChlcao hoot ride of Florida. He stated than: descriptions of Florida.In I > of prohibition enforce- I l und election or one to rntirly an act -

superintendent of the Southern, School Board thinks j 1 l'lolld/l basically Is an agricultural) complying with the request CURl ment. Disregarding state lines!, making certain changes in the goner-

Birmingham, Ala.; W. W. Simmons; iccond city needs a municipal" She I state und' continued development missionur Mayo mailed each membera the nation will be divided into 22 "I 1 law to moot local conditions The

J. A. Kenney, Brooklyn, N. Y.; J. housekeeper to "clean-up.and is out rests finally upon its ability to copy of "Florida's Resources und .districts und divisional hea.l.Jly. / I defendants took the position that the y

A. McCnicken, Winnipeg, Can.; and ; has! the party support nomination all irente: :.ts production. There arc tn-I Inducements," the illustrated publication en supreme authority to atop main purpose of the act was In issue

A. A. burden, J. F. Johnson and E. 'j for the Republican A. rapid file campaign id lions of acres of farm lands in Florida which came from the press. Irink "at the source." bonds. The court determined against

Harper, business men of Hampton. I mayor. awaiting the practical, thrifty early in April. In that the visitors thai position. The two remaining
planned.
The tract on Hampton tfeach, Santa -- -.-- farmer, Mr. Mayo said and will liml a wide range of Information questions of minor importance were

Fe lake, consists of 2,800 acres j' STARTS CO:> 'rRUCTiN: or going after such useful and substantial ; about Florida, relating to lands, ASSHMIII.l! : \ tcultliS: \ also decided against the defendants.
The lake itself has a shore line of "I STATION citizens. I ciops,. manufacturing. forests fish.cries =NEXT"0 : Kl'=""OIJ.\Y :MOUNI.VOThe \ : The validation of the bonds now en-

twelve miles. It is clear water, fed by I Ibubblinu' =NEW" FILLING The drive for the farmers however i population, language, government ;Illblel Union' county tu procacd with Its
: springs and with a I! does not mean that Florida's other religious and sports. delegates who attended the mid work, and to overcome this leo- i
ful sand bottom. The intention beaUli-1 =New" HuildiiiK at Corner of Call and vast and varied resources are to be : Articles are embodied in the publi Assembly at He Land will> give| an lilt,," condition which has existed for

syndicate is to beautify the tract with Tempi" lo be :Modern In Kiery overlooked, as these will be fully outlined | cation on I loridu, her present and echo meeting next Sunday morning at u numbei of years and allow those

winding: boulevards, and palms and I Respect. in bulletins and other literature, I| future possibilities, state lands. The eleven o'clock at the Baptist church. who wish lo acquire some of the most

other shrubbery have been ordered to which Mr. Mayo intends to give the'' Glowing Destiny of Florida, Flor Below is the program for the service. : 'urtllc lands in the state to do so. Its

beautify' the driveways and the parking I' Work was started' Tuesday on the widest possible dissemination ida's Wonderful Kuturu, Florida's Doxology predicted I by those who are acquaints -
Power of Production, and others. Lord's prayer with conditions generally in Un
.strips. station Mr. Mayo is now angling for a
for the new filling
foundations Jljmn by tau congregation Ion county t that this victory will enable 4.
Approximately 500 feet of the lake of Call and Temple competent statistician and will be in
front at the corner !HOYS> 10 l 'V CAMP\ :Scripture; reading, Luke 15 the county, which is one of the
together with a bath house, | & Davis being the a position in a few days to fully outline -
streets, Quigley
the
slides, toboggan and dance his connection with the Prayor youngest In stale, to co-operate
a pavilion will have plans in
The building Jal'k. 11Iill'
contractors. '> July 11).-Forty-flvo Announcements with the counties which surround it in
now being completed has been sold to which will stress
publicity
both streets, campaign,
on
concrete driveways boys will leave Jacksonville at o'clock the road I
building much
R. L. Kiel, of Oklahoma Mr. Kiel the business side of Florida and the Offering program, to
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each with oil and gas pumps, water tomorrow morning" for camp Immoka- PageantThe Prodigal SonJunior ho bandit of all
has agreed to erect a hotel on adjoin- ;, Concrete blocks will be used opportunities here to create a (treat
and air. lee, the V. ;M C. A. boys' summer ;
ing land to cost not less than $$50,000. will have agricultural/ commercial and, Indus- hugs
| in the main building, which camp on the banks of Lake Urooktyn, Duet The Prodigal Son F.ALI{ : \'-IRANSPERS\
The tract of 880 acres of land east of besides office and storage space, a trial empire. I: ;
near Keystone Heights according tu Talk--Music anti Plan of Salvation -
Hampton will be divided into small
farm tracts. I lades: rest room and informationdesk. ROAD I SURFACING=" DELATED j I an anouncemcnt made yesterday by --Miss Thuma! gnellgrove \V. E. Hutchinson to G. W Saxon
L. M. Burrow, assistant boys' work Talk-Joy in the Dining Room- I -3 acres 3-7-23 tdlf!
The lakefront tract is about fo<*ty- j, The station will be open for service Contractor Apparently Making =No" '' director of the association. Mr. Bur- Charles Lucian Kickllter T. J. Griffin to O. L. Ceasloy. lot ,

eight miles from Jacksonville and I within a few weeks, E. H. Smith, the Effort Toward Starting \\ ork At I I row will accompany the party, which Talk Dally Vacation Bible School In KUirka N. J. Jones' Add! j v

1.3 miles from Hampton, which is a. owner, stated yesterday. No expense Highland./ [I will go to camp in busses and auto- I; Elinor: McMillan\ HUllo It. Ott to Trustees I. O. O*. F.
thriving of about 600 !
town popula-j will be spared to provide service to I mobiles. Entertainments-Junior 1\Ia'dun- I I.odleI I lot In Lawtvy Oil's Sub-div-
tion. The tract is on the short cut operatorwill The hard surfacing between! II x- I'
and The
autoists, a competent second contingent, which will all lion
route from the north, which I"a'es\\ have charge of the station. ville and Highland is in apparently I I remain in camp during tho second Talk-Ann of Avn-filenn McMil M. H. McMutt\ to G. W. Alderman } '
State Road No. 2 at Alachua and joins the of the '
same degree completion as
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1 camp period, July 20 to August 1, is lan -40\ acres 6-7-22.
the Dixie Highway at Palatka. It con- !, VALVE OF 'IOP ICING( COAT day the contract was awarded the
made up of about thirty Jacksonville Prayer and l\UIslons-Mrs, J, F.liickliter Mlnerivn Damon to O. II. Clark-
nects with both the East Coast and 0\ER .FKUIT IS CONSIDERED=" Whitney Construction Co. While some
boys and a party of ubout fiftuun, boys 89:>> acres In :25521.
the West Coast routes. It also is tapped of the equipment has been placed on from A. M. Ulanclmrd
Miami, who will al rive here Sunday School and ConsecrationMrs. to G. W. Roberts
by State Road No 13 from Cedar I Preliminary steps toward gathering the /ground, it will be 30 days longer early tomorrow morning to join the J. J. fallen .-2 lots In Lawtey.

Keys to Fernandina, and it connects of information as to the value of a before work can start even if the local campers.Camp Closing song by tho congregation.! Trustees Lawtey M. E. church to OV. ,

with the main highway to Tampa at top coat of Icing over shipments of preparations are speeded up. The con- Immokalec. opened July 6. at Tho delegates attending the assembly \ leburtll-2 lots In Luwtey f r

Gainesville.The fresh fruits> and vegetables were tak- I tract with the state road department which time more than forty buys left from the Starke Baptist church Huffs Austin to W. E. YarbrougK j4

town is served by the Sea- en at a conference at the Interstate specified June 2.1th!\ as the date work Jacksonville for a two-week period were Mrs. J. I', Kickllter, Miss Thulnm Trnct Jn-tl-22/ In Starke.J. .

board Air Line from Jacksonville to Commerce Commission. must start on surfacing, and although I I of camp life. About thirty-five of Snellgrove, Charles Lucian Kick- L. Peek to E. II. Smith--1 lot lit 1

Tampa and by Southern railway Represented were a number of state the department: has been advised those boys returned to Jacksonville liter, Junior MacDonald' Elmer and Stake J. D. Jones Add.

trains. Approximately thirty passen- railroad commissions, shipping firms, I eral times of the delay on the aev-I I lust night. Six of those who returned Glenn McMillan, Dr. and !Mrs. J. J. .1. W. Alvarez to Midland Realty 1

ger trains a day pass through Hampton. railroads and the department of agriculture the contractor, nothing definite has will go back to camp with the continent Hullen. ,'ompanyTract in Starke between

and it was decided to hold been learned as to when actual work I today, and seven others, who" did For the delegates at the DeLand T"lJ1p'11111' Walnut' streets
The fishing in Santa Fe lake is con- a nation-wide test, plans for which''will begin. not return! yesterday, will remain in Assembly the day's program ran as It. M. Sassnett to Geo. J. \VMte-

sidered a great attraction of the dis- will be issued shortly. I I STARKE KOWEKS; TO MEET amp throughout the second period. follows: Morning watch at 7:30: ; from ,12 acres In 23- -22.
trict.
Florida shippers particularly were I The camp is. in charge of Fenner E.King N:30: to 11:30: study of lessons; from II. I' Rhodes to J. V. Robinson

LOCAL FORD MEN:' LEADINGIN concerned with the problem, and the Starke Growers' Association will boys' work director of the V.M. 11:30 to 12:00 music; from 12:00: ) to acres In 11522.& ..

:' TRACTOR CONTEST:' government meet at the courthouse, Saturday, : C. A. and camp director Mr. King 12:30: was the surprise half hour. Mary Neal to D. W. Alvarcj-l-ll {

July 25th, at 3 p. m. A full attendance I has: had fourteen years experience in Dinner at one o'clock. The afternoonwas interest in 180 acres in 2621. ,

The contest between Ford tractor result of controversies arising from ,, is desired. Important meeting. work with boys, having come here given over to rest and recreation.In }. \Roy Edwards to E..L.: Kline.-40 '

salesmen, ending 4u'y' 31st, is enter- the use of the present method! of keep_ i I from the Chicago Y. M. C. A. boys' the evening there were lecture! acres. in 2I-Q-21. ,
ing the final lap, with two local men, ing perishable shipments in condition Walter Wills, of Tampa, is. spending work department. lie is ably assisted music and stunts, the inspiring music L. H. Hill to C, F. Stewart acres 4

J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Orville J. while on their way to the market. the week here with Mr. and !Mrs. l fy a stalf of specially picked leaders .being led by Sunshine Jelks, of Miami. 2n-0-22.

Grim among the twelve leaders. The I J.Y.. Morgan. and: Instructors One evening/ the audience. had D. W. M''>or to Mrs. Mary A Dnvl.

twelve high point men will be given EVANGELISTIC=" BRO111EKHOOD the pleasure of listening to Mrs. -I 1 lot ill Starke on highway. .,

a trip, with all expenses paid, to the 1 Rev. J. J. Farmer-and J. F. Kick.I LAY\ IOUNT1:' HUM:< \) Creasman, writer of Sunday school U. D. Miner to R. F. Clark lots 6,

Ford industrial equipment exposition, had charge: of the service at Il .'il- Aileen. the QueenI TRUSTEES: ORGANIZE lessons. who spoke on missions Dr. 0, 7, 8, U, In block>> 16 L. T. ft Cots

Broadway, Nen- York City. Reserva- I Iron I I church Sunday and report a The Road of-(Bond Trustees forpecial Hully gave a wonderful lecture on Add.R.).
tions have been made for twelve for road and 'the. Psalms. A. Weeks to 8. R Oiiburn-2
good meeting. I I birdgc district No.
the August sailing of the steamship Come out next Sunday morning and lob in Starke.G .
asked to i. of
Clay
The Brotherhood was supply County composed of 5!. W.
Cherokee, and at the Hotel ( I I hear the echoes from this inspiring A. Collins to Peek Realty Co-
Harding, at Lawtey Sunday night and J. T. ''irifns; and. M. NelT, of Crden Cove
New I of Christian workers.SUAIU I l lot in Slarke Temple's Add.A. .
York headquarters of the party. meeting
Quigley and E. D. Card conducted the 'prmgs; J. V. Carnus, of Orange I
The leaders at present are: service. There was n fine attendant" I'nrk ; L. C. Lee, of Doctor's Inlet; CJ.V. \,/ FIMSIIKS\ : (ilfAPfcTcKOP: Z. Adklns to>> Consumer Lumber -
(n., I lot
T. J. Gustafson Motor I I in Starke block 27.
Berry, Company '
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especially of young peo..le.Next Prevatt, of Middleburg. ; R. II. Lee, -
Green Cove Springs. Sunday, Gospel Teams will I I f Russell, and A. S. Strickland, of I A. J. Swartz, who has a six-acre E. L. Lewis to E. Lewis-15 acre Z '

O. J. Griffla, J. W. Andrews, Jr., visit Graham church and Heilbronn. K.ingsley Lake; met Monday after- I vineyard a short distance from LawU in 12021. a'

Starke. :I \ ',ioon, and organized by electing 5!. W. I y, has about completed the sale of in II.12021.Ii. Lewis to F.. l.ewla-20 acre*

Jeff Geoghaghen, Ocala Motor '(rims; chairman, and M. :Nvrf' serreary his grape crop, and stated Saturday
Company Ocala. I .. 13. Lewis to W. II. Norman-S3: '
fill of the board. that the season hud been a prolltable i
W. J. Tate W. J. Tate !Motor Company I acres' in 12-11-21.
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l Col. I'nt Odom, a leading bond attorney .n.'. Mr. Swartz han the Concord variety -
A. II. Green; to L. I.). Green
Trenton.J. -83 ,'
{ of the state, was employed to and the bunches are large and
S. Moore, Sawyer !Motor Company that the handle the well shaped. This ol acres in 20-0-22.
month snd It is necessary I legal end of the .bond is- greater portion J.
C, Terrell
Hollywood. members attend these meetings when I 1 -ue, and 3. E. Craig will be the coun- the crop was disposed of by trucking to Mrs. O. M. SU-
Guy Thompson Ifouralllat Motor possible to be of most service in the ?' ty engineer. to Jacksonville and Gainesville, Mr trunk-1 lot in Starke Temple's add.C. .
Company, Daytona. I A. Cousins toll. N. Abraham-. r
work. \ T'lans were computed by the Swartz making both towns in a day
C. A. North, A. M. Leach, Tarpon .. 4 lots In Wno board at this meeting tat complyingwith He has plans shaped for extensive. adl
Springs. SCHOOL IHIAUIl PROCEEDINGSBoard : Mrs. Anna Mbcon. to>> G. 5!. Inmarx
I 1 .r- formalities attendant upon a l ions to his vinoynnl.ATTKNIMMi q 1
-1 acre in 2U-B-22.
T. M. England, Haines City Motor
I met I In regular session July horn! Issue. The bonds will be advertised ,
Company, Haines City.R. 6th with all members present. I t for sale and work started on : =" I INSTUCC1IOV CELKIUCAl:: Kl GOLDENKMVKISAUY; ;:' ; +r
L. Horne Jr. R. L. Horne Mo- '
SCHOOL FOR INSPECTORSE. : : (
tor Company Ludowici, Ga. I Minutes of last meeting rend and I constructing next few months.I.V the roads during the -! : WEDNESDAY: : ; / i +

W. W. Mallard, R. E.. Jarman & approved as read. M. Johns, who was appointed by Major and :Mrs II. Austin celebrated ;
Sons!, Baxley, Ga. The matter of taking liability insurance :1 COUNTY JUDGES; COURTDocket : Governor Martin as gas and oil In- their golden wedding anniversary ttVednesd
war taken under consideration this district has been,
J. L. White, Malone-Harrison, inspector for Then- are five
Dothan Ala. on school trucks. i of the county judge for the in Jacksonville this week attending tlnns of the genera
family scattered
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II. F. Adair, Pledger Motor Company The salary of principal at Hampton '" I pant. week wan light, only four easel the school of instruction provided for the United States and Canada, over but w
was retained at same thing by vote i oming before Judge Gardiner. the Mr
Geneva, Ala. up T'I newly appointed officials. only a few members of thu
Jack Gibbs, Allen-Faircloth Motor as follows : L. W. Kicklltev: and G. M. !i. Slade, Jr., J. W. McClane, Gall L I I Johns' territory in composed of District present on the occasion of familywere
their
Comany, Milton. Inmsn voted aye, J. A. Wasdin nay. .,. Martin and Edell Knight appeared. 5, made up of the following counties fiftieth anniversary.
It was regularly moved and carried before the judge and plead guilty to I Alachua Bradford Flagler Putnam
This indicates the present selling _...l '. ry ;"J a.TC'\J :
strength of the contestants. The unamiously that there would b* no .' driving cars on the rim on state high- St. John, Union. Winter Haven-83-acre: grove on U
competition however, does not end high school work taught in lees than f., r, ,..,,1. I :,JfJ.b : way. They were assessed. a fine of f 10 the .shores of Lake Eloise and Little) (

until July 31, Meantime, others may four teacher schools. and costs. I Misses Pauline Lloyd and Catherine I Lake Eloise to be developed Into residential

work their way into leadership. There being no further business the Aileen Biggin U again qemori-\ Deckham, of Hardeville, S. C., cameI subdivisions.Bartow .
"board adjourned to meet first Mon stating that she is queen of the CARD OF THANKS" I Thursday and are guests at the home t

Mrs! J. J. Sullen returned Friday day in August 192S.:! waves In fancy diving and will We appreciate and thank our many I..f L. C. Powell. -City building twenty-foot!
, from DeLand, where she spent two L. W. KICKUTER easily retain hev national title during friends for their many acts of kindness road from end of '!funtrund leadlnjfto t

wlek.Ir: <. Bullen attended i the baptist Chairman. 1125: Trite excellent photograph during the short illness' and Iiu'hnr-11 -. Paws county commit"imcrs the county home and hospital on
Assembly while in DeLand and I H. B. WIGGINS. I Ia the newest of her. death of our dear wife and mother 'I let contracts fur nine new fx'iri/in; -treet on into the paved road

visited with old' friend Secretary and Sup"rmtendent I r !' "'F.II/ ,.-.j ( hildrun, roads. at Kissi-ngen Avenue. !
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FKIIMt"' ". Jl U I it. 1923!
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been ascertained, as there is only! one
MOUNTAIN"Kirisle :"
.\ LAKE ON A

made known is a lovely body of clear water. A about 20 miles west of Starke, just as crystal, and it contains hardlyeven place where one can get to within
> lake was first 15 feet of the water. There the depth
over the line in Union county. She the
canal at its south end cut to Santa a trace of anything except
about. IS20 when pbaniab Kings- be from :i'< t >
owes her' exist*'nee to a volumnious has been estimated to
Fe river, has lowered the surface of one part of oxygen and two parts of
lei, who owned a rice plantation op sulphur spring at the foot of a steep 50 feet, according to where the weight
the lake and exposed a wide, clean, hydrogen, of which pure water is
and cotton planta- blulf, on the rim of Santa Fe river
p'-.te Mayport a at the end of the line happened t'"
smooth beach. Here a pavilion has The Atlantic Coast Line railway runs composed, has been found in it. It
ti. n at :Newnansville was one of the been erected, as well as other conveniences along the east side and good roads can be kept for year without being strike, as the bottom is, no duut t.

1 party who staked out the road from for picnickers, and the lead from Starke Hampton and spoiled. For that reason it is highly very uneven. How deep the center uf

Newnansville to Middleburg. .H* place is much frequented by people Crookcr. The resort is much frequented antiseptic; and it is bottled and shipped the abyss is, has not yet become
found the lake so pretty till he named from Hampton, Starke and Waldo. by people from Gainesville and to hospitals in quantities, and known.
Music' dancing, bathing and boating to chemical laboratories where it can
David other places who find a good home at
it for himself In 18.10 of This terror inspiring place was
I are the pleasant diversions found here. the hotel while they enjoy bathing often. be used in lieu distilled wa
Thomas a government surveyor, who It is but a short distance off State in the spring and boating on the beautiful ter. People come to the spring from formed ages ago, when the roof of a J

nectiomzed the township, after baying Road No. 13. Santa Fe river. The strong sulphur near and far, to drink the water and cave: in the limestone beneath fell in

run seven section line into the KEYSTONE PARK water is a cure for rheumaticand carry owners a generously supply of it deny home no, one for that the After protracted rains it is filled with

Iv lake remarks laconically In bis field which later subsides. When at
troubles. water
This fne* and extensive resort has other privilege. The owners are trying to
r notes-"This lake appears to be been brought about by a Pennsylvania The above are our '"resorts" but interest outside capital to help them a low stage of water it has a sort of

round" During the first Indian war, company. It is on the Southern railway develop their holdings. terrible beauty the clay and rotten
there other worth
are place visiting,
a military post was established at near Lake Geneva station, and WHERE CARE IS!' REQUIREDSink limestone showing red and drab and
by a food road twelve miles from and they are much frequented by mo-
what now Is Klngnley Heights' subdIvision brown between the vivid green of th'
Starke, and about nine miles from torists. We mention them below: holes are common in the lime-
It was called Camp No. 9, leaves of the vines and trees that

No 10 being located farther west, at have found a foothold on the steep

the east side of the upper crossingof sides. The county keeps the sink hole

the Alligator, and No. 11 was loco fenced in, for the protection of man

ted on Lake Geneva. These camps as well as beasts. The visitor, if he

protected in a measure the travelers -- .. blessed (or otherwise) with a vivid

un the road, which runs a short distance .. imagination, carefully: selects a safe

south of Kingsley lake Still\ !'. ;.; '.. seat and treats himself to exquisite

b many were killed by the Indians, and -'" tortures while looking down, picturing -

up to forty years ago' near Hone to himself how he would feel,
.
Hole branch, which runs into the lake :.fJ .. @! should he accidentally roll down into

y near Black creek, a pine tree was e ,1+ the water, and nobody present to
.
standing! having an effigy of a man tr .t owi .
e .. t throw him life line!
the +" : -L I a
the bark place
+ cut into marking t
:
.
W. .. .
where white was slain by .
man
one .:: '
1 A CLUSTER OF LAKES
the redskins. .' ,. ,
\,..
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Kingsley lake in one of the many --- West of Starke are three lakes,
.. --s: :::
if I weird natural phenomena In which .
'. ,_:-...- Crosby, Rowell and Sampson All can
florida It '
abounds. occupies
a
t' gorge be reached by automobile, but the
jii the east side of Trail Kidjze. Except
two first named; only at one point
un the east side, its borders are
t high from 200 to 215 feet above aeaJ"v"r. each. Sampson can be reached by a

r Two and one-half miles northwest trail that turns off from the Lake
of the lake the elevation reaches
: .
Butler road some distance west of the
23U: feet. The surface of the lake, as
d near a.1 we can compute: it, la 179 cemetery. Those who I love wild scen-

I f'-tt above lea level. ery, peculiar to Florida can have

The general outline of the lake is their desire satisfied here for there-

urcular and, therefore, the echoes is not a sign of human interference
from distant sounds at night play
anywhere break in the wall
no solid
queer pranks, it being impossible to
tell from what direction tie noise of cypress, gum and maple, drapedin

comei A depth of 1)2 feet has been sombre Spanish moss. The beauty

iounded, but probably there are abysses of the scenes is greatest in the fall,
much The lake receives
deeper. when the leaves have changed: from
very little water from the shores and
from its outlet Black creek, discharges green into other colors Crosby lake is
more than it receives. The 0-' about one square mile in extent. Row-

level of its surface fluctuates very ell is smaller, and Sampson is about
a little. Estimating\ the average dailyevaporation
two and one-half square miles in area.
from its 2'* square
nines of surface as one-quarter inch, The two smaller lakes are from 1.; to

+ it would require a constant inflow\ of 20 feet deep in places; Sampson is

a stream of water 20 feet wide and seldom over ten feet in depth any-

two feet deep, running 11 feet per where. The lakes are well stocked
t minute to supply the evaporation.
with rish.!
Tin. makes It evident that the lake ,: s.e .
i it fid by springs in the bottom The In the early nineties the surface of

water is very clear, but soft, the col-: these lakes were lowered about six
"rlneen:; in water containing lime .
feet b '
,
canalizing
> Sampson river,
mid 1 .sulphur being absent. This means e .
the outlet, and the creek that connected -
Ft
that the springs issue from sandstone Rowell with Sampson, and bv connecting
or other insoluble minerals The and
Crosby Sampson by a
i MutiM-ts are often gorgeous in the ex- ditch. This dried up the swamps
tn'me-the yellow color of the bottom around and between the lakes andgave
reflects itself on the sky, after Scenes at Hampton Beach Sampson a beach, thatVh..n the
I being transformed into other colors
water is low is very wide. There are
prinnmtic effect of the clear water. fine
many building sites around both
This !lake, being only six mile"-t Sampson and R6well lakes.

o( Marke, is the principal resort of The reclaimed uninhabited
swamp is -
our towns people. The west shore is
and seldom
visited, in
except spots
; the lined I north with, south summer and southeast residence,shares and Hampton. The place is well and stylishly HEILBRONN" :SPRING" stone regions of Florida, but In Bradford where the pines grow and rosin i I.

are also being utilized. Inexpensiveihvil'iniTH laid out on the evenly sloping This remarkable spring issues from county we know of only three. the gathered. There is nothing to interest
shore of beautiful Lake Geneva, the average man, and traditions "t
l are erected on the steep underbrush has been cleared from the bottom of Wateroak creek: six The largest, located three-quarters what it used to be, keep even the

oaks ilopes. ,hukoric-.i,among and the dogwood magnolias' and and under the oaks, and the whole presents mites nortliwut'of Starke, and is of a mile south of Clayno on) the trappers. away In the days before'

tool spring water can be procured* at the appearance of a well kept reached by a good road. The spring Wannee branch of the Seaboard, Is the then Civil war this swamp, which was

the feet of the slope Here' "the hard-surfaced streets was pointed out to the first settlersby probably the largest and deepest in with generally flooded and covered
simple life" is and the society park. Winding the Indians, who held its water in the sawgrass, was a favorite report
pursued state. It Is round and 200
over for
democratic and walks, fine residences, good lotel, l great esteem for its curative fugitive negro slaves. They made
is as and unconventional proper-
and boats and other feet in diameter at the rim; its sides a good living otf wild hogs and cattle,
: \. 01 pos ible. Every family hay about stores, motor
":, I and rowing bathing and Imftingurt things tcr the pleasure of those who ties.The spring and a tract around it, slopes steeply to about 15 feet above A young small alligators, fish and bird "".:-.

,.. \\t indulged in. While "the season" live at the place or who nut It, i kea ideal for the location of a sanitarium, the average water level, when they clearing wheret the fugitive
; grew sweet potatoes to eat with
) ; f lasts. many children know no other a trip to Keystone Park very pleasant are owned by a company of Starke become perpendicular. At the water their 'possums, can still be seen
clothing than bathing suits. "Pa"leave people. The spring has been enclosed the diameter is, apparently; about Tracking the negroes with hl"I-.
",.+ for his business in Starke or AMWTHINGTON" with a concrete curbing, to prevent 100 feet. From the rim to the water hounds thorugh slush and
Luwtev in the morning and returns interference with the water of the the vertical snwfrr.i
depth U from 80 to 90 and bird
t'm bathing the evening suit and takes lie soon his ease dons in the blat This restful, pleasant. village ties creek when in flood. The water is clear feet; how deep the water is, has not cess, and roosts the planters seldom had proved to Walt au till.-

1 s water, floating on his back and smoke the runaways had got enough of lib-
;' 'i :ri? ,. cigar, while he admires the erty, and returned home voluntanlv I

-pli. n.h.1un.et. iky. Thanks to this Meanwhile they lost no opportunity I
s ,.. ....
to
the
: other
r ,' :.ukf, there' H not a boy or girl In .; .' 'Jo> sate slaves with fright I
ful
tales
v./ of the horrors
f'- Mark< who H not an expert swlmrmr the swamp I
contained-hoop snakes and flying'
1'.J" gators, etc, so as to discourage
any
..
:Muny 'lac k,emv ill"> people have dis"ro.d '" '
: / attempts to
run Until .
,, away. tn
"" charms of the lake and have "
were killed out wild
If bought lot*. All comers can find home f "'J' dogs roamed
r ": I the swamp They were descendant* of.
t 'Ih'< the lake low s
on or near at prices, tc n curs brought by the
,mil the erection of the simple dwelling warn them of fugitives to
pursuit.
nni bath houses require but a

small outlay Or they can rent vacant FISHING"
a i ota ;t-t or put up at the excellent
L, H,nu'tley resorts, Nobody in Bradford county ever

(Good roads lead from Starke to the lives far from a fish supply of some-

Like, and Clay county has voted bondsto sort. The lakes, rivers, and creeks all
contain fish, and if
one can do no
hard-surfaced road
construct a
better, he find
can an old alligator
around the lake, to connect with the bole
I Jacksonville and Green Cove roads. fish ,it muddy contains.: it. and scoop up what


Our sportsmen generally go to the
\MPTON" BKACH)
lake region, southeast of the county,
Just west of Hampton is Santa Fe fv a ?"TOCUn ''" where bass are plentiful. Fish weighing -
pond' A man of evtethic. tastes. nnce ,yve .- iucn-1.di-d. in having the lake called _' -- '$'h. .... : ::'f1': : common enough; weights of fifteen
"Lake Navarre" for a short time, but and sixteen pounds are sometimes
it soon. resumed, its original name. It Hr)tonr Inn. Keystone heights., Fla. realized. Angling! is free the year
round in any lake or stream.
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:


BANK OF STARKE FRED F. STUMP A. M. DARBY S. R. JOHNS

C. L. PEEK & SON, Real Estate J. W. WHITE & SON DeWlTT c. JONES. Hardware E. H. SMITH J. H. and J. T.
MOORE
BRADFORD COUNTY BANK CORPENING'S DRUG STORE E. L, BIGGS, MD. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
Lawtey State
: STAR::- GROWERS ASSN. INC. W. E. MIDDLETON M. D. STARKE BAKERY N. B. HULL Bank

BRADFORD CO. ARSTRACT CO. J. W. ANDREWS JR. W. L, WALL E. W. HAYES J.LOUIS H. HILL

L MITCHELL'S DRUG S i ORE GREEN'S DAIRY F. A. SCOTT G. M. INMAN W.L.E.HARRELL&SON TORODE

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I trrnring! for eight, or nine months. oft fiir particularly eat forth to-wlt i iI I a
FOR OVER InM .ir. If Bermuda is disked and I 'itrtltlcattVo. .'.''O pnihrnco nouthwnittiunrtir .HI;
if ,'' ami 1",1. I I. :2. genuine
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph tertdlxcd occasionally from jiui to i I. 4. Kirtlon 22. iownahii ter Math range 28l J'

rrn* ,>..r.iVN,*.r"**"*"*"'-**'",-tit.aiirfM.iah.BM..giMi miMMnBriinrir...._..W' .. YE.l1Ll.S year, ,it will make 11 good pustule for l oscastC.1",:".,.sates'. nununl Melmeo Manufai-tur I .
: 2&C3> many >'ear Ciriiilcuui, No. 18 embrace. nut auaru r ifmthuivt ;
Before starting a permanent *. iiualter, of northwest utart.e. ...ocI I 1
L Live StateJSfews J j haarlem oil has been a world the land should be prepared pasture by lion" ,7..HuiiucMl, tmvtwlllii H. 7 C.: south Itrunlntr I raliltc, -,> asst. I I1acrw !I
clearing out all of the brush and tree Ctrtmcatt' No. 20 umbrae. seat t half "t
wide remedy for kidney,liver and n.rth.nM, quarter of nurthmit quarltr and. I II i.l.\ "
growth, weeds, etc., and then it should north half of northwest. quarter of turtl. ,.n.tiiuartir Ij.---)
Told by Our bladder disorders, rheumatism be either disked ,nf northnut. quarter, uvgmn, !. /i.
Exchanges I lumbago and uric acid conditions.c3oWH1Q ly. I to"n.hl Klrha/il|> t. south GrlffulCrrliflcAte range. 21 cut, J. ..cr.. .. iwMtimtHl -

Bermuda may be started from seedor No. 20 embrace southwest quarter !
of outhwmt quarter vpetlim. ait ,
t"wn
I I I runners, preferably runners. The I skip .1, south range 21 oiut. 41 arrow. 0.,<.... 'I
1 ) inches fallen bu- I nl..11:. E:. .
I having according to roots or runners may be chopped up Oreen.Curtllltate
I reau ollicials.QuincyTwo. and spread over the land and then I of N.i 311 embrace northwiiit quarter I Say "Bayer"Insist!
.
northwest
quarter nction' O. tnntmliip
.
.
""' -a . disked in with good results. Of course 17 I ;south range 21 ewt, 40 acm. atieuetl 1'i' I
shade leaf tobacco knuwu.Certl0r5to. i
Hermuiia grass is hard to get rid of For Colds Headache
barns filled with wrapper tobacco correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital Nti emhraara southwest I
after it is started, but this very fact quarter of northwest of southwest
quarter
were burned to the ground on the organs. Three sizes All druggists. Insiston quarter, section. 'A. township. 5. aouth. Pain
makes it of the best for canes Lumbago:
plantation of Charles Sheller near the original genuine GOLD MT.DAL.Mott : one grasses tl .... 1(1 ........, asnwiiMl J. n. Abrahamriittllcnle ,
permanent pasture. No. urn imbraci-i suet half of I
Havana. The loss estimated at
is Rheumatism
I I $10,000. Following the building of was rushed from this city to The rainy season of summer is one northeast northeast quarter quarter and of southwest 1 ....." In quarter northweetcorner of Neuralgia :
tires in the barns to dry out the tobacco Jacksonville for treatment by specialists. of I the best times of the year to stllrt.permRnt'nt iif southwest quarter of northquar.' onlv
I a
I'! a terrific wind storm came up, The lad, in seckind to dislodge pastures: and no farm I nut ter.,cction N acres 27. assessed. towniihln W. A M. *o BryanCertlflialr 'ilh .ranRp 22I S( /i'--:;.'" :: -

fanning: the fire into flames that rap- the spur from his hand placed it in whore livestock are kept should be I No. Ins vmhracea 41, nrrr inoutheaat rckaI : o

I idly enveloped the buildings No insurance his mouth a sudden intake of breath without a good permanent pasture I I southeast. quarter corner twins of northeast 8 acre. qtlarlt north, and of I which contains directions
was carried on barns or to- drew the spur.into his throat whereit Seed some of your best land, to pasture south by life acre. east and west, section proven
tare. for it, and watch it pay Interest township fl. south rangy 22 eatk B screw. 27'1 handy "Haver" boxes of 12 UbloU
bacco. nil efforts of
lodged defying re .
Mwiieil Th... TutonCertiflcate Able bales of
I 21 anti 101))
-UruggUUAniurln
moval. John Mott hud not been admitted in increased milk flow, Ipwered ) No. 188 embract4 louthiaiit' '1"I I
I Palatka The feed bills healthier contented of southwest quarter, lection 2, township' In\ I II littr, .lf quirk' of Kuri-r Mantt'
,
Edgewater Realty more ,
.
to any local hospital early last r.r. range 2C eaat ansreuietl UnknownCnrtirteau I factor t.f alunuamtkarltfcieter HallcrlleacM. '.
I Company has just completed deals night. Leaving West Palm Beach Friday and bettor livestock. and a better bal. No. IRtt embraces Lot ri block 80 .,t;
which make the holdings of the firm anced agriculture; In liampttin except east 80 feet aectlon 30,
night, he would have arrived here G.i Si..!Is. II ktniK .hit,tl billy I I. III.| nod| certificateiiiiitil ,ij
the largest in Putnam county. Among josterday morning. There is ony one CerOllcsteN0. 207 embrace* east 1120 feet rt tl l III I I" i"v ,1.,1,I .I.d.I. lull' hM 1
tho sales recently closed was the one Lake Worth-City purchases twenty of south 1000 feet of northeast qliartrr ofsouthwest I (Mill, old eiitittmtiB. I in tm" ",irt..'t- nut have)
machine, designed especially to remove of quartet.. A acres and 4 acres In awl., HI,'.,iilliiitlimfur lux, .1..1 I I I" inrtiu In ao.
for acres land the ,,, .
the Satsuma champhor farm at on ridge adjoining Inner. with law
obstructions from the throat In southweat corner of northwest quarter'' of
Satsuma which comprises >,UOO acres, this section of the and thatis the high school for waterworks Moutluast::::: quarter being RHO feet set t and wcetby I Salt) rtilleatt* reepeetltvly iiubiaemi the
country I II. i following laniU. In Bradford County. Florilla.iihxiMMtl .
and ftA feet north and aoulh sretlon 11.lovtimhln
,:, with over 400,000 camphor trees on it, in the office of u local specialistwho park purposes. |s l south canes 22 .... 10 acres, aa at tin ttate of the laiiuanci of suefe.
from the Dupont interests. This property curd:: tf. ). Thompsont rtirtralm. In .the naim niiuwtKily, hereinitfttr -
he had of the
said
knowledge
i I no NOTICP OF APPI ICATION Fna TAX Il.KItM > ... sold rtilicatee' shall tw rtiliNmnl I ae particularly not forth, towiltCrrtltlraie
has a frontage of nearly eight case. >m: SKI riON S7J f.f' TUB cording lo law lax deed will I...... 'Ibi..rvnii on No J4H minuet west half ofnorthwest
I miles along the St. Johns river and I OkNfcUAL! STATUTES! the .rth of Auvtist A. V 10211 quarter >f oulhweat au.
I fronts I \ .:..d'y:: oiTiriitl sltfnaluri'I : and i aesl this, lion I a. towiwhln 8', uniitli;: range 2.t.: 14it
on state highway No. 3 for a I.N MEMORIAM Hi-nliy nullce a I given thnt T. J. Alderman.l the" Hlh day of .'luly. A. n. 1P2K. i r distance of over two miles I, I..h..r l of tux sale eertirtealc-a numberedreaneelhely O. W. At.PKII\t\N.: (' No J10 emluaiM. north half ffiuthweai
JIIO 18. 20. 20. UH. 72 10A. 108 .Seal) Clerk Clreult Court llradfordCinintT ."' quarter atilt ......10,a.! quarter oftmrtbuitit
I Jacksonville Florida I Lake Butler, July 18.-On the l ISS. IKK 1 go" cad Issuml by the la< hlnHilaBy .. tombs. MHIIII, .1. tmvnshlll I,
Republicansare morning of June .27 death claimed 1'011.,1. of Bradford County Htirlila Said' C. A. KNinnT.l Mouth. raniie 84 rat 1J<) ....... assessed Co
planning to wage an intensive I I, certillcate numbered. 290 Iwlnir ifntnt Auiniftt. -Ct8-14 Deputy Clerk lumlila Farm flinil Corporation
campaign for all national, state and Matthew L. McKinney, one of the oldest I 2nd, Illjn and raid errtiflonti* numbered 18. I1nl..... aattl eertlfleatea dull bo redeemeil. aconHna ..
i citizens of Union (formerly apart I I20.I JU. :IK. 12, 105. 10H. 15:1: 1HN 2011 207 and !NtlTU E: OK Al'l'l.lOAPIDV FOR TAX DEED tu law tea dead will liiue thereon on '
: county offices in the general electionin 211 loins iliited( July, 2nl.,,! IIU3) h.. fll.d mideertltirittrfl L.NDFK! : HM"flDN Sit IIP TilEaxhERAL .the .Ith day uf August. A. \I.I I HUH\ t
I November, 1020, and plans already of Bradford) county: and also In my paler und have matta. ap.| / BTArUThAIleriky Wit, .. my, official tnniitur' and seal this
one of the most highly esteemed and ,lillratitn( fur ,lax dad to issue In accordance III. .I I.t tiny of .I Inly. A U HUH'
are being made, well in advance with the law notice I la given that N. D Wain- O w. AMiritMtN,
of the next state Republican convenes respected. "Uncle Math, as he was Paid. rtltlrntoH... rmiMftlvt.ly embraces the v*right Jr.. purehaner of part of ,lax nabs| (Hiall... Clerk Clreult" Court UrailfnrtlCiiunly '
lovingly called by all, was born in fellow itiK, liuiN. In Ilra.irord, County Florida.a rtiflcatea. nuntbend respectively 243 and 210 tnrlila., .
.., tion, to that end, according to Geo. .!MjM-l 1 nt. .tit del. nf the Imiuame of such insuinl by the fax. Collector of llrn.lfiir.1County ny C. A. KNicnr, +
W. Bean of Clearwater, national Republican i Bradford county, September 6, 181.2. rtlHrtiti,,, in tl"* imima renitretlvely' Jierefn- Morlda Said eertillLate ntinihered 7.: 1..1.1 i Inpuly:: Clerk.
With the exception of the four years
from this --
committeemen
.
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state who was visitor to the spent in the Confederate army, was
a city I ---
closely' identified with the activitiesof 1- .
lecently. Bradford county and, since the division / HOLW HAM

| Gainesville-At their next meeting of the county had been a loyal FOLKS ( 2UL..V/-1 /

members of Gainesville Lodge No. citizen to Union. At the outbreak of I Il *

1)90) B. IO.. E., will decide whetheror the Civil war he joined the western INCUR M

not they will erect a $100,000 ho- army of the Confederacy, enlisted un-

I tel building on their splendid property der General Johnson, and served TOWNSafe r l' ts;, -'sC..171.
on West University avenue, on throughout the entire war. Besides y
which now stands the Elks clubhouse.If numerous skirmishes he participatedin

the proposition is voted upon favor- fifteen major engagements/ among
) ably, which in all probability It will them the battle of Lookout mountain,

be, a five or six-story hotel building, and the lust battle of file war which 4i'l
with club rooms above, will be con- was fought after Lee's surrender.
I i structed by the popular local organization !- May 13, 1867 he was married to
I' Mathilde Dckle, eldest daughter of \
the late T. E. and !Mary Cone Dekle. \
I
| Wellborn-Real estate activity (nand i No children blessed this union of lly

around Wellborn continues on the nfty.eight but at different intervals
years -
I 'name live scale which it has been enjoying I they took into their home EdwardMcCullough l I rit I l

: ': for the past month. Several nineteen girls and fifteen boys and I IiV I
'deals of considerable magnitude have : Bent the majority of them to school.
been transacted during the week, the The youngest of these was with him AUTOCASTER! 5
b I large of which was the sale of a at the time of his death. 'J't

i farm belonging to J. J. Powers He served for many years as deputy S

i three miles north of here, and clerk in the office of the late Captain f.h// ( WHEW ,
the 32S.acre! farm of W. E. Duren, to York. Then in succession he served : //. I ,
A. W. McLaren of Wellborn, for a as tax collector, tax assessor, "' / WATTA NARRow .
i consideration of about $20,000. sheriff und representative. For ., V ESCAPE :'jyt .'
a number s "' .
I I II" of yeaers he was high priest In / /\ ,rw: 4r 1 ,
Tampa-The largest complete or- o ahtr" sr
I" I the Royal Arch and was buried with \b r
namental street ..
for
lighting contract .
u .
| :Masonic honors. o 't11ltl
real estate development that has ever He was also a char. ''Q1: ;
'","" ""
I been ter member of the old Lake Butler
placed in the United States was
awarded to Westinghouse Electric Lodge No 49, Knights of Pythias. ad
'I'I& lie was successful in business. Hemet l
Manufacturing
II Company by the
jr. 'I
el
with
, developers D. P. Davis of Properties Davis Islands, owners, it was and announced asters, but the never usual lost setbacks faith nor and courage dis- c a '.'I"u\ u ,,1I

as to the final outcome.At .
Arthur Y.
by Milam, secre-
f I the time of his death he was n \\I II
tary-treasurer. The contract, which I ,, l \rvo V 1
director
was placed through the Pierce Electric in the Farmers and Dealers fdl ( +C1d
I Bank, but had retired from all other
of
| Company Tampa, provides for -
the installation of 1,600 complete active business several years ago. He '
lighting units on Davis Islands and I was a man of sound judgment. and ; ?
was always glad to his advice to ..
give .
I entails an expenditure- of $230.000. the many who came to him for it. lIe =171l 1 x"r f 0-.1:

| Winter Haven-The local chamberof was) a friend to all. \, : .
commerce is in receipt of a communication The deceased was honored for his i)

| from Fred W. Anheuser, good deeds, was generous to a fault, I itJl:
a prominent attorney, of Omaha, und, well deserved to be called a ,
I Neb, announcing the forthcoming philanthropist. lie responded personally
visit to Florida of a large delegationof to the culls of charity and gaveto

Nebraskans who wish to tour the every worthy benevolence.The .
I state and get first-hand informationon abundance of floral offerings

I the developments taking place. proved how highly/ he was esteemed. Famous Cords 7 7
i I Anheuser says all who are coming on Funeral services were, conducted by Royal
:\ the excursion are vitally interested in the Rev S, S. Proctor, a comrade of

I looking Florida over, for the purposeof the Dekle'CO'*. Interment was made in the for Heavy and Extra
I making investments and many are cemeterj The bereaved ones
coming with the determination of left have the heartfelt sympathy of a

; ': I home.making this state their permanent host of friends.A Heavy Service

(.OOIl1'ASTUnl- 1-:14:

Miami-J. IIVendler: ;;; editor of ECU HILLS; STAKT IT reports you hear every i

I the Hialeah Herald and mayor of the Dl'KIMi BRINY SE.VSON! : THE about the remarkable

recently incorporated part of Hialeah service of U. S. Royal Cords
I and one of the leading/ sponsors for (By Spuds Johnson) indicate how well they are do. I r
A good the feed
the incorporation of that community pasture saves on
ing the job.Their 4
--"as shot and probably fatally injured bill, keeps the stuck in better condition J r
at 9:30 o'clock p. m. July 18 ill the than where they are fed in the Latex-treated Web

;: offices of the Hialeah Herald by William dry lot all the time, and produces the Cord construction give them r
Simpson Simpson whose, aid cheapest feed that clan be grown on wear-fighting quality that
had been solicited by Special Deputy the farm. In order for dairying/ and stand up under the hardest

Sheriff J. S. Garwood, together with livestock production to be permanentand kind of service over all kindsof
that of J, D. Leverett to arrest Mr. profitable, it is essential that as road % 0
Wendler and tcvobtam the card which, much as possible of the feeds used be 1
I certified Mr. Garwood's appointmentas produced on the farm where fed. For heavy service in all sizes )

deputy sheriff said that he shotin It is reasonable to believe that feed choose the U. S. Royal Cord; r
self-defense. grown with the least amount of handling forextra heavy sea ice on larger Gf I'

will be the cheapest. A good cars, buses and light trucks I
West Palm Beach-A gruesome permanent pasture will produce Iota the U. S. Du.-Truck Tire; for

story of the death of a seven year old of feed at little expense.In specially severe service on light ,

boy, bitten three times by a cotton- our section we have found that cars the U. S. Royal Cord Extra '

mouthed moccasin was revealed here Bermuda grass is a good base for a Heavy in 30 x 3'/4' Clincherand e
with the filing/ of the certificate of permanent pasture on nearly any Straight Side.
death by a local physician. The lad kind of soil. On soil that is not too 32x4 ,

was. Harry Sodum. With Ills parents dry and sandy, the Bermuda may be

he lived on a houseboat anchored in I supplemented with lespedeza. Bahia

the KIssimmee river, two miles north grass, Carpet grass, and other
I of Okeechobee. While fishing from the grasses On moist land carpet grassis
: rail of the boat, with his feet in the om of the beet pasture grasses obtainable. Trod. Bark t

water, the lad was bitten by the rra

I nnke Petrified with fear, he dropped A good pasture will furnish (green 'a'.rr Buy L7. S. Tires from r
hi' tackle but was, unable to pull his
I feet from the water until the snake I No Worms In a Healthy ChllJ

I hal t bitten him twice more. As he was All children. troubled with Worm ban so. ....
I healthy color which Indlcac poor blood and ua J. W. Andrews Jr. Starke Florida
: pulled from the water by hIs parents, rule there .to more or 1 IBM .,mach, dlacurbaocab: ,
the snake made a fourth vicious GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC Inn retululyIm
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I Went Pa'm Beach-Vith. a sand throw off or dispel the warms ant tbeChlU will be

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mi nt if the airplane and balloon unt.l. ilocd the throttle: and acv an SE-:> motor while heVa.-. ;i.aisinit: over cumstances. The situation was

in the''' and above the clouds. fraught with danger the most
to the men who were overseas a wth Lieutenant McAllister mountains

parachute jump was an almost every. cockpit, a few feet on my left. He Johnson began to climb his plane in ) alarming of which was fire.

dav incident. The Germans were first was apparently unhurt and getting order to glide farther after his motor | The crash came. Plane, pilot and

t'; make practical use of the para- ready to jump. became disabled. No landing fields ,I, passenger I entwined them!I. ", about

hut.on a large scale, but the allies "Our ships were locked together were In sight. But let the pilot tell j the upper' branches of stalwart tits,

:WIn followed.A with the fusilages approximately his own-story: to fall some forty or fifty feet below.
"At feet said Lieutenant Luckily, the fu-wlaire "*,,,eparat- almost I-
,
young lieutenant by the name of parallel. My right wing was damaged i 10,000

4W Frank Luke, from Arizona, before hisi. and had folded back slightly, covering Johnson, "the motor froze and it I in half, there was no fire, and
i 'I with but minor in-
death destroyed many enemy observation -i the forward right hand corner of i was soon evident that my gliding both men escaped
:
I'114,1es' 2O and H US>!> balloons. Usually the occu- the cockpit. Then the ships started to j radius was not sufficient to carry me'\ juries. Sweeley for a time expected
I I mountains. I was flying a ,: to lose an but surgeons saved it.
and beyond the eye
I pants leaped from the basket j I j mill around and the wire began whls-I
So it that, I speedy scout plane with a high land- ;I The photographer was dragged
escaped by parachute. wi tling. The right wing
t i : : ,.ti burif fought 22j,000:; acres in I II Uncle Sam was called upon to develop''' baratmg and sinking my head at the vi-j,1 log speed-one that required a land. through a hole in the side of the
:
I>ixie county for $2.300,0i; : The ale a suitable chute that could be used by I I I I bottom of each oscillation. I removed I I[ ing field of some length. To save the "crate" and introduced to some

made 10> a local cupicrn for Har-I our balloon and airplane pilots alike. I''the|' rubber band safetying the belt, 1 plane seemed impossible, so I prepar- "plane" and emphatic English. lie

." L. Bruwne, St. Petersburg capital- Several types'were tried out, and despite unbuckled it, climed out past the I II I ed to jump. I dropped into the clouds lost his opportunity to join the Caterpillar -

the hazard few lives were lost. I trailing edge of the damaged wind ,I before the 'chute opened and theni Club.It .

The tract will be developed and re- Recently the army air service has 1 and with my feet on the cowling on ;i gently floated down, down, into the is a bit hard to convince the pub-

I m smaller tracts for farming and I adopted a parachute regarded as *atiUfactory | the right side of the cockpit which I II I top of an apple tree. Beyond a few lic that air travel is comparativelysafe.
I scratches I was uninjured. The plane Nor is there anything partIcu-
safe. For the it vertical
subdivisions. and pilot ,i was then in a nearly position,
serves as a cushion upon which he 'I I jumped backward as far from the ,! crashed and bunt Into flames four larly difficult about parachutingfrom

1 WEATHER REPORT I sits, the parachute in its folded, pack shIp as possible."I miles distant from the farm near an airplane. If one is to drop
I I where I landed." over the side, the rule is to count three
for week ending I being strapped to his back. In water
the
Weather Report had no difficulty in locating
I
i Johnson's from his disabled before pulling the rip-cord that releases -
'It will life and in I leap
act as a
19211. I preserver I
22. pull ring and experienced no sensation
I 1 hip is one of the highest on record. the 'chute from its pack. Most
Me1L Min. [tests thus far it has never failed to of falling. The wreckage was
I Degrees function. The pack contain two He walked from the apple orchard to drops, however, are via the "pulling-
para-
; Degrees falling nearly straight down and for
'' '1 a road and Wa. soon in telephone communication oW" method. That is. one climbs out
15 80 72 |chutes. One is a very small one which I time I fell line with Its path. ,
I some in I with his commanding officer on the wing surfaces, pulls tRe rip-
I'I certain that |
90 7& first making more
17 opens fall
;; Fearing the wreckage .might on ,i
who ordered his return to the cord and is actually jerked from the
,
72 bit of
[the and
larger more Important
18' 98 me, I did not pull the ripcord until ,I
Michigan flying base. It was his first chip into space. The remainder of
from folds and
73 silk is
19 89 pulled its I had dropped several hundred feet
I parachute jump, though he had beenin the trip is a pleasure, according to all
20 89 73 ( thrown to the wind. and into the clouds. During this timeI

21 92 87 I The first parachute descent from had turned one-half revolution and the flying corps more than six full-fledged Caterpillars.NOTICE .

22 89 71 I| an airplane was made in 1912 at St. wa falling flat and face downward.The years. ,I OF APPI.IC4T10"i' FOR T\\ DEED

rainfall for week .33 inches. I Louis. This was an exhibition affair. parachute functioned perfectly; An unwritten law of the air service -I II UNDFR GENERAL SECTIOV STATUTES 57J OF THE

) 'j | Since that time it has become more or almost as soon as I pulled the rip- 1 is that when two are in a plane '
ON TWO( COUNTS: the first when it la' Hereby notice la given that D. W Moore,
|lieu common and ten men have been cord the risers jerked on my shoulders -,i passenger goes
i Ie I II I purchaser of tat sale certificate numberedrespectlxely
"Tb6 way of the transgressor saved from almost certain death by evident that a parachute Jump is necessary -
the tightened
i leg straps my 147 141. 179 and 193 Issued by
!' ," commented the country justice I trusting to their aerial life preservers head went down and the chute was ;i With men in the service thereis the Tax Collector of Bradford County. Flor
for exceed. ida. Said certlflcatea being dated July 2 1023
motorist
he fined the little hesitancy when the time ,
I when motors went bad in mid-air. fully opened."I and have filed old certificates In my" oftTIc
: ; the speed limit. First to jump his way into the saw Lieutenant McAllister floating I I comes. But when the passenger is a and. have matte application for tax deed to !la*
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"Not around here it ain't. retort- civilian and less accustomed to the I II .ui in accordance with law.
I Caterpillar Club was U"ut. II. H. above me and the wrecked ships i I i I Said certificate respectlxely embrace the*

the motorist. "I never" saw such |Harris, who came out of the cloud pass about 100 yards to one side, continuing I laws and ways of aerial travel, it is I I I I following lands In Bradford County Florida
roads in life. assessed at the date of the Issuance of such
my from 7,000-foot altitude over Me- to to the and leaving a different story. .
a spin right
: !" I I I eertlfleatea In the names reapeetlM" ] hereinafter
,, "Ten dollars extra for'contempt Cook Field, Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 20, a trail of lighter fragments along When the round-the-world flyers I, "..rtl.ularll.M forth, to-wlt :

the Justice. 1923.: Harris was testing a new type their path. I watched them until, I took off on their second hop, from I I 1 I southeast Certificate corner No. 147 of embraces northwest) ten quarter sees InI of
I I I I
I "Why I haven't made any remarks of pursuit plane which went to piece still locked together, they crashed Mather Field, Sacramento, Cal., to .outh....' quarter being 004 feet east and
: you, judge." Seattle several ships from west. by 733'' feet north and south section
in the air from excessive vibration. in the mesquite about 2,000 below and convoy 36. township 4. south. range 2- cut 10 seem
| "Ye, you have, was the reply. He landed in a grape arbor, uninjured burst into flames several seconds af- Crissy Field San Jranscio, accompanied I 1 I assessed C. C. GHffls.I .
road commissioner here as well I the flight. In one of the planes I I Certificate No. 144 embraces north half of
much to the surprise of a kindly ter .impact. southwest quarter of northeast quarter ...-
Justice o' the peace.-Bo.ton (I lady who was hanging out the family "Next I turned my attention to locating piloted by Lieut. William Sweeley, tlon 30 township 6, south range 22 cast, 20
cript. w' wash nearby. was a newspaper photographer. Over i I seem. assessed L. A. Donnaly.
I a landing place. I was over Certiflcate: No.: 179 embrace east 13 1-3

;j! Davenport-Work is rapidly pro- On Jane 5, 1924, two planes crashed mesquite and drifting in the general the Oregon forests the "motor in acres of southeast quarter of southwest 1 lea
1.1 of ,
"froze stopped acre In southeast corner same section
Sweeley' plane ,
on $2,000,000 program of in mid-air over Kelly Field, Texas, direction of a plowed field, which I J.I.. township 7. south range 22 ."'. 13 acre.
improvements. Lieut. W. W. White stood up in the reached by slipping the 'chute. Shortly dead from lack of oil, and there was I,'I jWHrssed: J.i.VN Jones.
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field in beginning
sight.
no landing "
seat of his disabled ship pulled the before striking the ground I was I I northeast corner of southwest quarter of
his
'i SAVED: BY PARACHUTE rip cord of his parachute and vows drifting backward, but was able to "Jump! yelled Sweely to pas northwest quarter and run aouth 314 feet
thence southwest feet sl.le of
904 to east
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"' CAIKIU'ILLAKS: : CLUBBy btted' clear of the falling plane. The swing around in the harnes just as I senger. railway riRht-of-wax, thence northwest on
his .head.
shook
I 'other pilot was killed. landed on the side of a ditch less than But the passenger right-of-way. 419 feet. thence northeast 83 ( Clyde F. Rex) : A few later Lieut. John A. hundred lIe ducked down in the rear cockpit, feet to north line of said fo.tl'h.n... east
'f i days a feet from the edge of the 284Hi feet to beginning, section 30. township
for Sweeleyto
The Caterpillars Club is made up of Macready, of coast-to-coast flight mesquite. Although the impact of the where it was impossible I 7. south range 22 east. 8 stem, assessed
at him and at the same time James Jon..,
'' who have been forced to leap, in fame, was returning to Dayton Ohio, landing was too great for me to remain get Unless said certificates shall be redeemed According
The
control his ship
parachutes from balloon, dirigible ''when his motor went dead and he standing, I was not injured in retain of plane. to law. tat deed wilt Issue thereon on
was rapidly losing altitude with the 17th day of August, A. D. 1D20.Vltnes .
J i airplane. To qualify as an initiate ''wax left helplessly gliding over a way. The parachute was still held but in view below. To I \ my official signature) : and seal this
must have used the parachute as city of 300,000 people at night. Try open by the wind and did not collapse nothing trees ,Ilhe 14th 01.1of July A. D. 1920

: ::. I I last resort. Jumps for pleasure or as he did to start the motor it was until I pulled in one group of the crash into the tops of that forest ', 180.1) 0. W. ALDER J.\N.
almost certain death. But I I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I II
: i thrills, or the drops of profession- 'of' no avail. His only hope was to shroud lines. meant I County Florida.
I I do not count. I jump. He glided his plane to the edge Sweeley stayed with his plane. ,' By C. A. KNIGHT. I
performers
parachute "During
descent I lost
my my /gog. Gliding and settling gradually into S.1:.at.a.te Deputy Clark.
1 name of the club was chosen be- ''of the city, where it was less likely glee a vest-pocket which I
camera
I of the fact that some caterpll- '''to do damage to property. With one fitted tightly! in my hip pocket, and I the bower of those tree tops must i Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days ,
thrill for
r float to the ground suspended by hand on the control stick he climbed the rip-cord of the parachute." have provided a new even DrtuUlsta refund money IfPAZ001NTNENTfalls I !
Ia I The to Itching, Blind Bleeding
t trained pilot. photographerwas cure ar Protruding
line thread, like a spider's web. |lover the side of the fusilage then I Piles Itching Piles, and you
Three
Because of these q mlifications, the let go. He landed uninjured, while from this admonitions are derivable i too frightened to foresee the cir can get restful 1'seep 1 after flMt appll. :attoo ouc. I
amazing affair. One is that
member of the exclusive Caterpillar 1 Ithe plane crashed and burst into I, 'n 0 I
all flying machines should be
equip-
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Club are men identified with I flames. ped with parachutes. Another is that

the air forces of the nation. AviationIn Less than a month later Lieut. A. all aviators should be familiar with : We can charge your O '

the United States in not yet sufllcicntly I,IR. Crawford, a student flier at Kelly their use. Another is that more reckoning I YES HRS
advanced to permit of civilian Field lost control of his plane while
,
should. be made the collision
on -
membership. And those who from I doing stunts some 4,000 feet up. He possibility, and that in the air, i I ) Storage Battery In U I

I time to time enjoy a ride in the clouds (i loosened! his cockpit belt and jumpedto as on the earth special care should betaken I

I naturally do not hanker for the extra safety. I I
to observe the right! of way. It

thrill that. comes. to one who must | More recently, two men in the same is u misnomer to call the escape of

II leave the .lIni.., and depend upon a the Kelly Field pilots luck. It wan : Smith's Garage StFarak} eI

t'I'fluffy piece of silk t. open and let Wash-ington skill discipline, courage and self- ,
I him gently down to earth
I vat. Coogin, leaped a possession. Back of all these was the
The principle,. of parachuting Is runaway plane and landed without equipment of the airplanes with para- 1 I ._
five centimes old, :Most of those The ,
I injury. ship went into a nose chutes.
living today wire inUodiici'd to the live, from which the pilot could notmaneuver I
The
% most recent and doubtless
tuntat siiiU' .un1) mats\ fair. TheWorld one
War brI-h' ta: |>,id, d<-\.elnpI it, and both men jumped of the most thrilling aerial -adventures H- [
when but
| a thousand feet fpm the was the experience of Lieut. ,1.
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( ground. T. Johnson, Selfridge Field pilot, latest :
I| rapt. W. E. Lynn holds the low- member of the Club. -

t I t In Leonard's Shoes II' \ I''ultitudv 'chute record. While his En route April 10 Caterpillar from Detroit to I II I

plane in tail the rudder
was a spin New York, Johnson's ship began to
''tuir napped.. He jumped when only
> ", cause trouble over Sullivan countv, Y t1. r _
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u'" iluath UNDER' : 8FCTIOV: 171 OP THE 1857-GROVER CINELAND1908Banked
I f.E.NERH.: STATUTES

' i i \n interesting parachute adven- .
Hrrufcy notice u given that L. H Hill pur-
incurred March 6 Field
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I '' at Kelly cha.cr of tax alp eortiKutM numbered) reni .
e''J n two student pilots, Lieut. C. D. ...tlv.ly "110. Mil. H7 63. A4. and 47. lulled
by the TM CollMtnr. of Bradfunl County First
Mr AII uter and Cadet Charles A. Plo ,... Still cerlincnt numbered 130 and

l.indixTirn, Jr., after colliding in mid. 14* twins dated July I. I 19 2J. and said certl-
air, lumped from their unmanageable fists numbon-d 67. 63. 44 ..n67\ b.ln.. dal.I -
.- July 2. !!>23 hu' sled' said errtincatn In Dollars
p',me-* and floated down to safety. I I my ofrlN and has mail application: for tai T Sixty

I inlet Lindbergh is an experiencednrnchute deed to iMite In accnrdanr with law. '
S.II ..rtlll..... mpwtlvely' embraces the
: I jumper and for that reason foil.win land In Bradford County. Florida.

nix ,?.Huial report of the affair to the 1, ......... .at the date at the .iMuanee of >uchiaenflcau I The first money drover Cleveland ever
In the name .-p.rllvrly, hereIn
>n. <'f air. service is of interest. It .
nf'
r particularly" et forth to-vrlt : earned was from his uncle Lewis F. Allen.
I M ,follows : I I I Con mole No. UK embrace north half of
: : : ''I northeast quarter of southeast quarter of"uthwct I' He got sixty dollars for six weeks' work
'A nine-ship SE-5 formation, comI quarter, section 12. township I.I
". I' d I, I !hy Lieutenant Blackburn! 'I i, ..Stallard.rvrtiAratc ooh. range. U east S acres, aasessed Frank helping to compile a book. lie bankedthe

I' \t i- :itt.n-king. a De llaviland..IB No. UI embraces south half of money In Buffalo, N. Y.

I'4. >II! 'it'i bLieut.. Russell -Mauirhan: north half of aijthweat .luarter of ","uth....
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quarter section 2A. township 5. couth range
i 'd I a\n to-dusk' pilot), at about 5,000) I,,22,, <'n.'. in acres, asaeued C. S. Durllni.Vrtlflcsln Did you bank the first money you
rl fiit, nltitude and several hundredfii ( No 57 embraces Iota 5. 6. 11. 12
Wtmdlawn.' 8e.tlon '13. township 5. south eamed ? Are you banking your money
i.. .-, t :above the clouds. I was flying range 2' ...t. 4n acres, asaoned J. H. Williams ?

i ,on the left of the top unit, Lieuten- now
Certificate No. embraces. lot ee In Wood-
,ur t McAllister: on my right and Cadet lawn section 16. township 6. south range 22 See
I I"i\i- Itading. When we nosed down ,."t. 10 acres assessed Mabel I I G. Sherman us today about opening an account.
J.- Certificate No. <4 embraces lot 6> in
"n thinil I attacked from the left Wimdlawn. ,action 18. township 5, south Banking of all kinds.
.in,,1 I I Lieutenant McAllister from the rnnne It ''''. 10 acre, seaessed Florence G.
Hayes.Certiflcate.
\ ri.ht After Cadet Love pulled op, I No. 87 embransj Iota 5*. 59 In .,
I. ', .iitnued to dive on the DH for' Wnodlawn. section IS. township S, south e .
...... 22 east. 20 acres, assessed C. J. Eaton
I e.I in'imp before pulling up to theft I'nlees said certificate shall be redeemed
I a\v no other ship near by. I according to law l tax deed will Issue thereon
: I ,, on the i41h day of August, A. D. 1* 5.W'tness .
> d ahove the DH and a moment ray ofrtolal signature and .seal this Bradford County BankBradford

'.ivr ft I It a slight jolt, followed by a thr -2nd des of Jul,. A. P 1>2SO. .
W. ALDERMVN8eal ; .
i ,-.h.Iy: head thrown forward
was < > Clark Circuit Court. Bradford. County' Financial Stronghold
i pmt i the cowling and my plane County Florida

: -i-i'im-d' to turn around and By C A KNIGHT; Established 1889
I hang "-JI.V.I..J1 Deputy. Ckrk. STARKE, FLA.

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the new lilehl" eight cl.ampinn of Grave's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE

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r- in..nv.'' to :Mr\ J. P, Welch" In 181)0!! ur Jersey City, N. J -Mr. George M \V :Mrs ,J. :M :Ma.wv'f \\ 11 "i business.
ittcfMmtie visitois to JutIf-ion
Isplhe: : made a confession of faithin Downs writes'bea 1 was a visitor to MnrUe this weekMrH. .
Christ and was received into the trapeze performer traveling. with the Mile this week.! Cnchlow and children of Jacksonville
Bits of Local li"sIVIar13aptist church of Tenne circus 1 contracted Miss Gladys Sullivan and mother, I are the guests of :Mrs. Chricn: ,

sie severe trouble and stomach :Mrs .1, Sullivan, were visitors here low's father, W. E. Hutcberwni
::sometime after coming to Floridashe breakdown nervous The ? n Sntimlny They were on their way to '
Information Hiuthorno Baptist Church "jj'i'tory; for >\Pundit
became indentifled with the Bap- doctor advised oper- "< where they will visit
tist church at Corinth, of which she ktloa Immediately liunds and relatives. 10 a. m. Sunday school.

Concerning Our People Business remained u true and faithful member but 1 was afraid of u;. \V Snxon is locating In the Mulnd 11 u. m. preaching: by the pastor
Progres' of the and ..sMJ until her death, which occurred July operation. and put ) >. cottage on church street whilehe r n; "p. m. Baptismal service at lIanai'>i'
County and Town. U, 1U25 It off. A friend suggested improves his Iroperton !Main ton lake. I

The church will miss her cheerful I try Tntt'sPills..he I ,Meet 7:15: p, m. B. Y. P, U. +

; christian smile, her deeds of charity aced them tor having years. l'1 lijah Hnrdin who has been the 8 R Preaching.
-- -I and the interest she exemplified in i After the first dose w r nest of :Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Walter I I Everybody united to attend all

L II. Partridge spent Sunday in Will Jones, of Jacksonville, were very service by her presence. Yes, I began to feel better and would not -'m for several weeks left lust Saturday scrvu-ea, '
Jacksonville. guests Sunday of :\Ir.and Mrs. Weeks. the church realizes that her place in be without them. 1 feel as young for his homo in Jacksonville. I 'i.
the church is vacant and in her death and full of vigor at I did when I Far) 4uieatbatnnin.brnnd; l new Ford i
Maurice G. Langford spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. i : joined the circus. At all drugirlats.iTearl \V. A. Saxon and family, of Deer- ,'nS,.,' :N.; B Hull
John the church will her all the
Gainesville.Mrs.! ( Uglow have returned miss in activities held have been tho guests of !Mrs
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in from a trip I to( Valdosta Ga., motored to Homnaassa Monday. Siixun'H sister, Mrs.\ J. V. Jones.

A. Davis where they visited fnend Their I Sho leaves four boys, three girls, Or. \V. B. Parks, of SMrke, v us '
Jacksonville.. L. spent Wednesday daughter, Miss Carrie, remained for' two granddaughters, a husband and i J. II. and J. T Moore were visitorsto here cm professional business this : 'ENTAWICOLUMN

in nn extended visit with friends there. I a host of friends to weep over their Stnrko Monday. I week. .

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Contracts for loss of a true friend, a good wife and Mr and l\lrs."R.'R:R. The and chil- Mrs.\ C. P. Scatter and daughter,
office. deeds, chattel mortgage a loving moth A. Yet, we feel and be- dren motored to Gainesville Sunday lilies\ Clara, who have been the guestsof
blanks, option contracts, warranty lieve that our loss is her eternal gain. afternoon. Mrs. Sassor'H father I P. D. Hunt J Jo'OH
H. A. Tucker deeds, retain title notes, tnr- Oh! how we will miss that Christ-like returned to their home in Valdustn
Mrs. went to Tampa
Tuesday to visit friends. Telegraph pentlne leases, eta? for sale at the .Appearance in the community, church lf.AM1'I'ONHampton Monday.Rev. )I1 iN.U.l.1t:: brcuu, Iniiiul 1 new ;(

office. i and home. Yes, there is a vacant chairin Taylor Is repairing and repainting Fold tar s, f N. It Hull

Mr. and Mrs. E. M Johns spent I that home that never can be filled. July 24.-An important his cottage on Church street. J
Monday in Jacksonville. Mrs. Josephine Edwards: had as recent She is gone never to return and wo realty sale here this week was sixteen M L. Wntterson and father, J. W. FOR kl'::N'l'-'fw o furnished, I cottages

guests, Mr. and !Sirs W. J. Crosby -. are left to mourn her departure.' We acres of land belonging to !Mrs.J \ Watterson, were business visitors to III KuiKxlcy I..ko. !Mrs. E. E. l'a.

Airs. N. B. Hull returned Sunday I and children, Mrs. C. V. Simpson and children, of the good Lard we can have the privilege beautiful tract of Miss Maud Mitchell who is attend
in Jacksonville. This
from a stay baugh. is a iUU SALK:Several nice
I Gainesville.Mr. : through Christ Jesus, of going the School lir young
wood land u half mile from town ing Teachers' Training threc-fuurtha Jersey milk( cow<<.
II. M. Snyder spent Monday attend to her, therefore, our weeping Is not and lays along side the Georgia; Starke was a visitor hero Saturday.Mr Good milkers<, Gentle and will\ eat '
ing to business In Jacksonville. and Mrs. W. C. Carlton, of as those who have no hopes. !May Southern railroad. !Mr. Bcdenbough and Mrs. R. L. Brown have a anything See L. V. Moore, Stnrke. .
I Chattanooga, Tenn., are spedmg God help us to blond! our will in contemplates building u home there new son who arrived at their home Fin. 7-j{ l-Jt"

Miss Jeanette Durden has gone to I their vacation in Starke with their harmony with His. May we feel in for which he has n beautiful location.W. July the 10th.

Olympia for a visit with friends.E. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. II, W. Carlton, our sad hearts that His will must be A. O'Niel traveling agent for E. W. Hayes, tax collector, was attending FOU S.YLL'-UAKUAIN- One Wellington ,f
and brother, Fred Carlton. done, for we know that the Lord giv- the Jacksonville Journal, was trans- to official! business here Tues up-right Piano cheap for

K Ferryman has gone to I.aur- eth and the Lord taketh away, blessedbe acting business here last Saturday day. cash; perfect condition. Apply
ens, S. C. to spend several weeks. Mr. and !Mrs N Sternberg had as the name of the Lord. Mr llehchbur er of Lake Geneva I'. J. Pcarce of Unnia, visited .his Marion Hotel I, Mrs. L. W. Strick ,
guests last week at their Kingsley The stars have lived a million years was a business vll'li\ot'' \ here Monday. family hero this week. I land 7-2..1t- 11

Miss Nellie Lewis, of Arcadia, is lake cottage, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant but she will live and love when the !Miss Kathryn Weest spent last I Misses Cortez and Elizabeth Douglas {'
the guest of Miss Madge Middleton.Paul Hodges and baby, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. stars have died away. Is anything week with her cousin, Sties Daisy of Macon, Ga., are the guests of FOR RENT-2nd loor< apartment of ;
NejT, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Tucker, all dearer than a true loving mother? Moore, of Theressa. Mrs. W R. Jackson. five rooms, bath and\ large front f

E. Canova, Sr., has returned of Jacksonville. III there anyone thats' nearer whenof Mrs. Storehouse, of Hawthorne, S. K. Price, of Live Oak, arrived porch. or will rent the entire home.

from a business trip to St. Louis, Mo. 'narrow there's no end. visited her sister, !Mrs. L. G. Johns, here Saturday. Ho in the guest of his Mri Hamrlck. Phone -tJ.J 7-2Mt.
Mesdames P. M Padgett, of Bra- But death did but stand, this week. son, S. 11. Price. FOR HALIO Beautiful

Miss Mable Weller and cousin, J. J, denton, Mrs. J. E. Moines, of Lake To And gently touched her hand, Mr. David Jones, J. J. Brannen and One hundred were in attendance ley lake; north side on lot new at Kings-highway l

Truby, motored to Jacksonville Mon I Butler Mrs. D E. Knight and Mrs. Into lead her forth as guest, son, Rowley, were visitors to Gainesville at the Baptist Sunday school last Jacksonville parts just completed
W. J. Epperson, of Starke are enjoying God's rest. Sunday Sunday The I Red and Green contestants -
home
day lot Phono
'adjoining'
a pleasant house party at the We shall meet again R. ill. Williams who has been in present were fi I, the Black and I l--.l

Miss Mary Curtis Williams of Key I White-Peck cottage", Kingsk-y! lake. South Florida for several months returned Gold 40. Next Sunday will he" big 7.2l-It.

West, is the guest of Miss Aileen Al- LATEY to his. home here this week. day for the young people in Sunday SEED) PEANUTS
varez. 1IissosIary! and Annie Lou Also- :Miss. Nuttlcy Marchionncy !in. spending school, Hpeciul music is being planned -
brook who have been visiting Miss Lawtey, July 21-Mr. and Mrs.\ P. this week with her aunt, Mrs. and the service will open with a N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Edna Itutto for the past ten days, Y. Bryan and Mr. Bryan's mother, of Sharehouse, of Hawthorne. special song by the Sunbeam Rand. outs $t.00 per bushel (Four cents
office. have returned to their home in Oxford Raleigh, were guests Wednesday of Howard Moore, of There-nun, spent Mrs M K. Muniiire spent the weekend per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. W. M Bryan. the week-end with his cousin, Gordon with her daughter, Mrs J. II. I II. T. BALL COMPANY.

Ernest Winhovel, of Lake City, Miss Edna Hutto who will be their \Veest. IIIc<:ruder, of Starke. 1-0-tf. Lowell Fla.
guest for two weeks. Rev. Howell, of the Metho
spent the week-end with Joseph Mal- I pastor Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Scaly and,
o- dist church at Hastings, was a visitor son, Harold, of Englis. were tho --
pas I Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Jones and chil- here Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. guests of :Mrs. Soaly's father W. K.: .t

Col. D. E. Knight was a professional dren, Mr. and Mrs Burns, Mr. and Howell held a two-weeks' meeting Hutcherson, Sunday GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
visitor to Jacksonville during the Mrs. Bob Stewart, of Jacksonville, here a year ago and has many friends G W. Saxon and family, of Pompano -
week. motored here Sunday and spent the here. arrived here Friday. Mr. Saxon & RITCH
day with Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Jones, on -,- has purchased the Hutcherson property -
N. Cherry street. Mrs. W. A. Barrett of Jacksonville KEPKESENT' THE nEST LEADING
Betty McLane, who has been visitIn on !Main\ street and expects to
was visitor here INSURANCE COMPANIES, FInE,
a Friday. make his home here.
home Hazel in Miami Adkins, has gone to her Mr. and Mrs. R. O )Daniel and son !Mr.\ and Mrs. D L. Bugg and son, ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
Mrs G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. T.
I Russell, motored from Sarasota BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
up D. L, Jr., of Wililwood, have returned ,
Friday to visit Mr.., Daniel's mother Moore and son, James. returned home 1
to their home after a visit with
Mrs. Alma JlcMilhun I MADE PROMPTLY
of Jacksonville !\Irs. Tuesday from a two-weeks' visit with
Josephine Edwards. Mr Daniel
Mr. Bugg'a father, Wm. Bugg.
was a weekend guest of her pa.remits relatives in South Carolina.
has returned home butlrM.; \Daniel o
I Mrs. Satlie Saxon, of Pompano, is
Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. Lagergren.
: and Russell ore spending the week. spending thin. week with her son, J.
I Mrs A. Z. Adkins and children of II. Saxon.

Harold Wall, of Jacksonville, spent I !Mrs. W. H. Mitchell and three sons, Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday Miss Jcsniumuc Harvey returned to .

Sunday with his parents, Mr and who have been the /guests of :Mr and afternoon.Mr. her home here Sunday after n visit t

Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, left Sunday for with her Mrs W. R. Jones of
I their homo in Lakelnnd They wore accompanied and !Mm. Enoch Griflis and Pulatka sister, J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
The members of the Presbyterian family spent Sunday at their cottageat
by Miss Lucili :Mitih'l''' I Mrs. T. \Vwhirry: who has been
Sunday school enjoyed an all-day picnic Kingsley lake. ,
who will be their for several .
(guest the guest uf her i.ltt'Ir.: Elise:
Thursday at Kingslev lake INSURANCEAGENCY
clnys. Robert Nolan was transacting busi- Sparkman for several days, !left Monday -
I ness !in Lawtey !Monday for Otahi whole she will visit
Mrs. J. M. ISrownlee and children
!Mr. and !Mrs
L. E
!Miner MissesNellie friends and lelattvesMrs. .
have returned from Kingsley lake Stearns and Pauline Miner, of Mr and Mrs. R. E. Blanchard, of W. R Allir oo" and Mrs K. B. ESTABLISHED 1886
where they spent the<< past month.J I New Smyrna, motored here Saturday. Ft. Pierce, arc spending a few days

I Mr. and Mrs. Miner are guests of Mr. here with relatives.
W. Andrews Jr. and family STARKE FLA. ,
and Mrs. Charlie J. Powell, and Miss ,
have moved to the Matthews cottageat Stearns and Pauline Miner are guests Marcus Brown, of Tampa, motoredto 666
Lawtey Friday afternoon and
Kingsley lake. of the Misses Ferenandez
I spent Saturday at the home of his pa- !. prescription far -.

;Mrs H. A. Godbolt of Jacksonville, | Rev'. and Mrs r. F. Starnes and rents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. Malaria, Chills and Fever
returned home Sunday after a visit I daughter, Carolyn Elizabeth left Sunday he, with his father, left for Dengue or Bilious Fever
,
with Mrs.' J. W. Edwards. j I South Carolina where they will spend II kllli the arm. -- J.i J.
Monday morning for motor
a trip to
1 n few day with relatives and friends. if
Asheville, N. C. where they will visit
Habitual Cured
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph i' relatives Mr. Starnes will also attend Mr and Mrs J. J. McLeod, of !Melrose In 14 Constipation to ;21 I Days

office. 'I the Methodist Assembly at Junaluska were visitors here Saturday. "LAX-FOS Willi!! M',I'MN: : i. u s|>e< ially- i HOW LONG CAN YOU
N. C. prepared Syrup Tolac. Lix itiveforll! '
Dr. Gus Bird was the guest Monday Rev. and Mrs. E. Boyer, Miss Mary Cunst patoll.! It relieves promptly' and
of his friend Carl Courtnej Dr. Birdis Mrs. E. R. Mjirshburn: and children Boyer and Fred, Boyer of Baldwin, should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 duysto I
the physician at Immokli Campat I came from the State. Farm Wednesday visited friends here first of the week.W. induce regular ai'ti I Regulates. Very Pli!asanl to
Brooklyn. and spent the day with her
pa. II. per bottle.
I Hurt of Hawthorne,
was in
; T [ j. rents, :Mr and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. .
Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Cocoa and town on business Monday. YOU POCKET

;Mrs. S. T. Dell, cf Gainesville, were I Miss Blanche Alderman returned I
:Mr and Mrs J. B. Dye and chil- II
guests Saturday of their sister, Mrs.J. .
home Wednesday after spending ev- dren, of Jacksonville, are spending a I
M. Brownlee at Kinsley lake (i"' ral days! with her sister, Mrs. E R. few days here and at Kingsley lake. YOU may not he !ntert"ste l I'

:\Iarshh'urn. at the tate Farm. in the technical reason!! for
T T. Long, of Cocoa, and sister, I t.. II. Hill was transacting business I'
Miss Margaret Long of Titusville in Jacksonville the revolutionary) improvement
I Mr: and! Mrs. L H. Partridge are Thursday. fT
spent Sunday with their mother, :Mrs.F. .,'in Lake City with their daughter, in the new I Kelly 1'lex- 0
Lorenzo :Mann
n. Long. 'Mrs. II. E. Ray. came home from I
;
1' Oldsmar and spent Sunday. able Cord-the looped head ,

Mrs. J. P. Robinson and Mrs. Wilbur Mrs G. :M Inman has sold her J. R. Eddins,-of Gainesville, was construction: which makes I L'Jb

, Archer, of Jacksonville, are place on the Kingsley lake road to Dr. transacting: business in town Friday
flexible Ir
the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J C. Robin. possible new
W. :M. Boyd and son, of Tennes ee. "
son at Kingsley lake. This property consists of eight acres Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson tread. .R'f'; ::

under cultivation with house and outbuildings visited relatives in Starke tsjunday. '' ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had as Hut you are interested in
guests Monday at their Kingsley lake Harold Pearce returned home last
the fut that will get
you .
week from South Florida where he
cottage, Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Dowllng J. O. Turner hat a force of men at ,
and little daughter, Nettie. work remodeling and repainting his has been playing baseball for a few more riding comfort: more
weeks.
I home on Cherry street. :Mr. Turner, traction more mileage from

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Miss who owns and operates a bakery in Mrs. O. J. Ebersol, of Jacksonville, this new} I Kelly I Flexible r<, '
Annie Darby spent last on a motor Sarasota will have an attractive residence was called here last week on accountof The money that you dent carry with you you

trip to Quincy, Tallahassee and other when alterations are completed. the death of an infant relative.Mr. Cord than you have !secured! can't spend and can't lose. If
interesting places in west Florida. you carry your

William Fripp, of Brooksville, is and Mrs. A. M.\ Blanchard and even from other Kelly tires surplus money in your pocket you seldom have

Mrs. Ida W. Tatum, who has been spending the week with his sister family and Mr. and Mm.. R. E. Blanchard you have used. a surplus long. Betides, while it's in your pocketit's

visitng her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. L. G. Powell. motored to Melrose Sunday after losing interest
returned Sunday)/. to her home in noon. q tt

Jacksonville Sunday. OUITt'AKV) KELLYFireproof 1
-- Rev. R. D. Devi., of Melrose, filled It doesn't matter how small the surplus if. A

Mrs. J. S. ;Malpas and children, Mrs. Mary A: Welch was born in his regular appointment at the Law. -f-, FLEXIBLE.LIaGrIrLD dollar will open an account here and, once open-
Miss Sara. Joseph and Margaret, motored Cumberland County Tennessee, April tey Baptist church last Sunday.
to Lake City Monday for a 2l*, 1R73. She was the daughter of CORD ed, it grow
John licks, of Brooksville, was the :
visit of several days.R. Mr Stamps of Tennessee In 1895 I//r"\/ :
she was united in the bonds of matriIttalSIItATI '1- guest Lowery.Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. II. ; \

A. Weeks, and family are at OPEN -
() HOOKS
Kinpsley lake, ()occupying!: the Weeks Clifton Brown, of Tampa spent a BANKOF STARKEThe
cottage :Messrs: Nathan Brown and few days here the first of the week at
of the
books town
The registration the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs
of Starke, Florida, will be open at G. W. Brown. I'
the office of the Town Clerk from Bank of Helpful ServiceWE ;

ITCHKilled July 10th to August 9th, inclusive, for E. M. Matthews and son, Eugene, of r

the registration of electon.C. Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Mon Garage PAY 4 PER CENT.ON1SAVINGS
A. PUTCIf,
day.
Par-
In Thirty Minute With
Officer of the Town of -
a-cit-l.cide SO cents at Mitchell'! Registration STARKE FLA.
: Enoch Griffis and Miss
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HEMP INDUSTRY IN J I j Hall's Catarrh :Medicine
1& HOME DEMONSTRATION
I Those who are In a 'run-din condl-
FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS AGENTS' REPORTS I tlon will\ notice that OiLnirh I others them
I much more than when they aro In wood
THE UNITED STATES :, 1olmex[ One club canned X385 'I Catarrh health is This a local fact dlxonse proves It that IB greatly while

I quarts of vegetables and 20": cans of lnHuen<*o<1 by crtiflMtntlnnnt ;mnttltlorie I
( By George II. Bryant in Manufactur !: fruit One girl canned 150 No. 2 tins Combined imi.'i PATAIIHIt, Mfi>in\R i Is a
AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE td J by any person taking tbd trouble Treatment h'th local nnd In
ers' News April 8, 1915) I r of tomatoes and sold them at 11.50 a ternal, end hne been Rurccsftfnl In the
ARTICLES: UK FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Ito make that
inquiry ninety per cent treatment of Cntarrl for over forty year.
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. I The hemp industry in the United of the very linest !laces and linen fab dozen. She is"now canning a supplyfor F.Rold J by all dniKirlnn.'
home Cheney &: Co. Toledo. Ohio.land
States has made no progress for a rics from France and other countries use. I

century, notwithstanding it is capableof noted for this class of goods are all Lake-Held a mayonnaise contest
as great expansion in acreage us made from hemp fibre and not from during the week's camp of club girlsto I flexible; there is a good spread
tJi INTERESTING FARMERS' WEEK I wheat and other grains and can be flax, as is generally supposed. In this teach the others how to give a between the pelvic bones and keel;

grown continuously on the same soil country also, the American hemp demonstration and the value of teamwork the abdomen is full soft, and the skin
: year after year. The cost is no more fibre is preferred because of the ability is thin and pliable; the vent is large
I PROGRAM IS BEING PREPARED and is frequently on rich soil much to reduce it to a great degree of I I open, moist, and bleached; lute mOil I-

less for planting and harvesting than fineness, and also because of its superior Okaloosa Gave two demonstrations tens; and bleached out in e-rlng,

: wheat. corn. oats. bnrlov.. etc. > strength, beautiful gloss. and exquisite in canning tomatoes last week. earlobe, beak, and shanks.
Number of Prominent I'armers and others.Theo .Miawn of De-Leon Springs, and Although it is essentially an air I whiteness. I I On the other hand the slacker is inactive -

Agricultural Leader to lie in "Miss I'luviu plant, it has the additional advantage Two and one-half p( inds of American i Dade-I started one woman on canning sluggish; the eye i is dull, and
Gainesville Week of Gleason has workedup to the! farmer of returning to the soil hemp can be drawn out to a | citrus products. She is anxiousto sunken; the head is long narrow,

Auguttt 1 10.(> !J.i the u very interesting program for I much of the nutrition taken from it thread much finer than silk, attaining can the highest type products, and coarbe; the comb and wattles are pale,
women during the week and we by dropping a thick carpet of leaves/ length of six hundred miles, I' thinks she will be the means of boost I I shrunken, scaly; the back is narrow

a fur Fanners' and are of these expecting home a large "representation I over the area planted, which soon decays while flax and other fibres have never I ing a better type of canning! in her and tapers to the rear; the depth will

Fruit"The Growers'program Week, which m now says. keepers, Mr. Spencer forming a rich fertilizing hu '' exceeded by actual test a fineness community." I be small, indicating small capacity;
mus. It also leaves in the producing length of three I the pelvic bones are thick, close together -
ground
taproots a over
being completed, in one of the best I It is announced that the plant diseases I Ta'lor-Women over the countyare
from twelve miles in and hard small spread between
to eighteen feeti the same weight of two and ; -
A.p. I IVolujia
hud
have nays and
insect
programs we o rur control laboratories now busy pickling and preserving.
length which one-half I the pelvic bones and keel the
of the i keep the soil loose pounds. I ;
Spencer, vice-director of agricul Experiment Station will show
tural extension and chairman of the under the microscope insects and diseases | and irrigated! by the absorption of These figures demonstrate that the -:Much interest was manifested abdomen is small, hard and the skin

genoral committee sponsoring the of citrus and of important ; moisture as well as supplying a large importance of the hemp crop is second by the thousands of visitors to hard and coarse; the vent is small,

week. "This the fourth annual Farm truck crops amount of nutrition to it; while flax only to bread-stuffs, and the only the booth at Halifax Frolics displaying dry, and yellow; early moltors; yellow -

ers' md Fruit Grower Week to beheld "We are planning for an attendance I will render barren the very beat soil reason it does not occupy that position canned goods and the work of the in eye-ring, earlobe, beak, and

at the College of Apiculture, of 1,500," says Mr. Spencer in In a short time.. It ill a matter of re today because no machine has home demonstration department. Can- shanks.!

University of Florida, Gainesville, concluding his announcemenet, "andI cord that flax cannot be successfullygrown been invented until now that will ned fruit jelly, jams, strawberry sunshine The above contrasts the good and

will be held August ID-IB and I believe that it will be well worth in the same soil more than two properly decorticate or separate the sauer kraut, and orange juiceare bad In culling, all factors must be

S would like to urge every farmer and the while of any farmer or grower to years, and in some districts it has fibre from the stalk in an economical, some of the products being preserved taken into consideration and then

his wife who can possibly do so to at. be present. No fees. will be charged been found that it has taken several efficient and commercial manner. The in the homes of club members. weighed together to determine whether -

tend. and the cost for board and room is years to reinstate the soil after even old method of decorticating by hand he fowl in question is a layer or a
I the first of flax. Another Citrus-Demonstrations in canning
reasonable." crop very practically in the same way it was ; cull.
been divided Into
"The program has i i important feature of hemp is that it done centuries ago is still pursued. I tomatoes and peas were given at two Consider these in

sections HO that a number of different . . absolutely destroys all weed growthby The cost of labor and small product I I of the junior and senior club meet- I. Feeding conditions.points culling:
talks and demonstrations
can in4 s. Considerable canning is being
affording such dense shade to the of hundred
EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENIS' one to one hundred and 2. Housing.
bo carried on at the same time. Those I done this .
ground that weed! : cannot thrive.It !. fifty year.EtgambiaGave
pounds of fibre day which
attending may thus select the topics REPORTS is the per I: 3. Sudden changes( in management.
experience of all farmers
is the
which Interest them most and attend a who have maximum figure produced by a canning demon.stratlon 4. Season of year.
sown hemp as a rotation this method has led the former
the lectures on these topics." I! linker producers at Orent-Goulding which was 5. All culling characteristics
Cotton is
looking fine. Although
crop with corn, oats, barley etc. j
of
I rye hemp in the United Statesto attended by ladies from other
commumties -
The sections are as follows: live. very few heavy infestations I that these j
crops are very much increased : abandon growing hemp, even In also. .
clock and farm crops; truck, pecans, Iof boll weevils have been reported so practically doubled in yield the Southern States, where, before NEW BULLETIN DESCRIBING

tropical fruits; poultry; and homeeconomicli far, this pest is showing up In numbers over the yield of the year preceding I the abolition of slavery, hemp was a CULL TilE SI..\CKEK i THE SOILS OK FI.OlUD.IS

or women's work.In I now, due to frequent rains.. the sowing/ of hemp. The financial re-I''highly profitable ciop. Before theRevolutionary HEN, SAYS :MEIIIUIOFIn FREE TO PEOPLE OF STATE
addition to members of the faculty turns in raising hemp for fibre always
I war, England was so I
z of the College of Agriculture. Experiment Madison-60 cars of melons moved in excess of any other crop, are | jealous of its linen industry that it all flocks we find good and poor' "The Soils of Florida" a preliminary

Station, Extension, and I the week of July 11, with prices still so tremendous as to be almost unbe- '' actually forbade American coloniststo producers. The successful poultry report by O. C. Bryan, assistant

it State Plant Hoard stair members, Mr. holding up well. The boll weevils are lievable, but wo have statements of manufacture linen goods: from its raiser will eliminate those that prove professor of Agronomy at the

Spencer states that a number of becoming more numerous. the growers to the effect that a field! then well-known superior quality of to be of inferior quality. The question I I College of Agriculture of the University

prominent farmers and agricultural I of hemp standing six feet high will hemp, and insisted that the raw fibre is. often asked N. H. Mehrhof, exten- of Florida has just been issued

,. leaders from Florida and other South I' Wakullu-Crops are looking good produce one thousand pounds: of fibre should be sent to England and also sion oultryman of the University of by the Agricultural" Extension .DiviI

ern states have been secured. i but the heavy rains are causing some per acre, returning to the grower u offered a bounty of forty dollars per Florida whether or not it can be done. I' lion of the University. This bulletin,

''e. Dr. J. F. Duggar, for years director trouble In dusting_for boll weevils. net profit of from thirty to sixty dol- ': ton for hemp fibre so exported. We Below will be found the characteristics like other Extension publications,

; of the Alabama Experiment: Station I Dado--The first avocados of the lars and upwards per acre. Upon the''I are also indebted to Mr. S. S. Boyce, of a good layer and a poor lay- | may be had free on request to the director

'j" U among those who will be pres I Reason are being marketed. The authority of the State University of who states in his very interesting er. Mr. Mehrhof suggests' that you of the Agricultural/ Extension
tnt. W. C. Lassetter, editor of The is heavy and of first quality. crop Kentucky we find that fibre increases book entitled "Hemp" that "Hempwas note the differences in the two and' Division at Gainesville.The .
,:, Progressive "Farmer Birmingham in weight two hundred pounds per ( cultivated in New: England as then try it with your flock. | bulletin describes the different

I c" Ala., will also be present during the Hillsborough Orange groves are acre for each foot in height exceeding' early as 1GJU, while in 1662 Virginia A good layer will be active energetic series of soils found in the state, tells

week and will participate in the pro looking good. Visited several club six feet, which adds to the value utl!I offered bounties for hemp culture and and healthy; the eye will be of their location and name the crops
:; gram C. A. Whittle of the Soil Improvement boys and their fields last week and the fibre MOM practically eighteen i manufacture, and imposed penalties full, round, and prominent; the comb which are best suited to each t>'pe.

t'i.,' Committee of the South 1 found interest good. dollars per ucre and as an average: I' upon those who did not produce it. In I and wattles will be red, soft velvety; i I It contains a relief drawing of the

; ern Fertilizer Association Atlanta I may conservatively be taken at (if-I 172! three thousand bolts of light the head will be short, broad, and State of Florida, showing the locations
ia., is another. I I Okaloosa-Sweet potatoes' are moving teen to eighteen feet (it frequently''' hemp canvas were made in Boston I trim; the back will be broad and go of the different soil types. in de

"'VI! ure glad to bo able to announce i in tin'lots and bringing fair attains a height of twenty feet, it ia II worth thirteen dollars per bolt, and .straight! to the rear, there will be tail. A number of other illustrations

;' that V. W. Lewis, marketing special i prices readily seen that the net profits in in 1790 twenty-nine hundred farmers depth (distance from back to keel) ; !cue some idea of the formation crops,

", 1st of the North Carolina Extension j I Marion-Made a trip recently) with growing hemp are several hundred in Virginia produced three hundred the pelvic bones are thin well spread, vegetation, etc., of the different soils
Service has invitation per cent more than for grain' and fifteen thousand I
accepted an to grape growers of the county to the any 'yards of "hemp -
be present and participate in the pro { meeting of the Grape Growers' Asso- crop now grown in this country. I fabrics. The product of hemp and I I
gram," said Mr. Spencer. "Mr. Lewis I elation at Orlando. A great deal' of I The demand for hemp has always flax manufacturers in 1810 in the
Is one of the outstanding been far in excess of the supply. Owing United States
y" marketing interest in grape growing is manifest was over twenty-one
j i_ specialists of the South. Special attention I I J here. I to the European war, no hempcan million yards." Our Cross-,orl Puzzle
r.' will be given to marketing be shipped to the United State for Now
that
machine for
a
.r during/ the week, and lion. L. M. I Alnchuu-Farmers;:;:;; ;: have reason to some years to come.. decorticating hemp has been perfectly inventedand

Rhodes. commissioner of the State be jubilant this year for their purses Our source of supply from abroaj has been in successful
'1 operationin
Department of Markets will be pros-'snit bank accounts have taken on new has been shut off. Every foreign several states since 1910 and has

ent and take part I I life as a result of good crops and fair country has forbidden the exportationof received the unqualified endorsement The honor this week goes to W. more thrilling, Mr. Davis has given

) lion. Nathan Mayo, commissionerof prj es. Gathering data on carlot movement hemp. We must raise our own I! of the United States Department of Davis. This cross-word puzzle J'I you a thiEf-under another nametoto
agriculture, II. II. Simmons of the from the various sections of hemp. Agriculture well
as the
';' Live Stock Sanitary Hoard, J. V. the county, I find that Trenton and While the general opinion in this tural Department of as the State Agricul-University give every fan a good half-hour of I I catch Let's see what kind of de tec-

Knapp, state veterinarian Carl B. Hell moved 850 cars of melons. TheN country is that hemp is used only for of Wisconsin, in which state pleasure-mabe more. To make it j tive you are. Can you catch a crook?

James, horticulturist of the L. & farmers are all well pleased with results. manufacturing ropes, twines, etc., it several thousand acres are now under
Railroad J. M. Patterson, presidentof l is the best fibre known for the manu- hemp cultivation

the National Pecan Growers' Association 'I facture of fine laces, linen, lingerie; thousand acres additional and at will least be ten devoted ;: 2: E : S G 7 8 9a

and II. A. Gardner of the Liberty-Dry weather, at least until and ia capable of being reduced, by to this in 1910 tItj
the crop ; it would
\ r Bureau of Paint and Varnish Research first week of July, was damage chemical processes to a fibre even finer seem that a good start has been
made
ing .
Investigations, are others who will' crops.Mr. than silk, and is used extensively toward the permanent establishmentof d n 19w

.. appear on the program I J. J. Conway a former resi as a substitute for silk in the manu the hemp industry in America.
Among the growers who will discuss dent facture of dress goods: and material
I of Clay County, but now living Canada also has awakened to the
topics of interest T. K. which will readily. take a. >' a
are God at I.awtey was in the city;\ Monday perfectly and great possibilities of this hemp crop
bey, bulb grower of Waldo H. II. blend dyes of all colors without '
'. on business. He[ was much enthused spot and several thousand acres will be -
Shulz, fern grower of Auburndale, C. over the result of the bond electionon ting or injuring the fabric. sown next year in Manitoba with 5
E. TriiHkott. grape grower of Mt June We are informed by the principal ET. :
30th and expects to see Clay prospects of mills being erected in :
Dora J. G. Atherton of Howey, Guy county take on a new lease of life spinning companies in the United that province for fabrication of the
Nickerson of Tampa, S. I. Voder, of now and /get in step with the procession. btatesespecially in New England, fibre, and several large financial interests a, iw ss is ..ttiH

'. Sorrento, W. J. Bland of Orlando .-Clay County Times. that they have never been able to( get are also investigating this -
fifty per cent of the hemp they. could fabrication
in this
... country.
annually manufacture
into staplesand The opportunity now presents itself w N +1
-
fancy goods, even with the large I to those who
own land who are .
importations
approximating seven not satisfied with the results of rais- M qId

pry, You can saveHundreds thousand, ...France tons Italy per and annum other from foreign Russia ing wheat, corn, oats, etc., to investigate ) +
hemp
as a highly profitable
agricultural -
countries, the value of
which
according and
commercial
J of Dollars to the United States govern- tseing. practically immune proposition.from -

ment statistics exceeds ninety million drought, frost high winds and IIORIZONTAL 11. A fabric
Insects -
dollars annually of hemp and its; products no is 1. Indication 13. A place of abode or shelter
crop so sure and no
Ty/e believe the new Michelin all of which could be grown in can he raised with less expense crop and 1. Small dog 13. A narrow path

Comfort Cord will revolu.r the United States, and practically in ,, labor With all these favorable con 6. A plot 18. Bills receivable (Abbr.)

lionize all motoring. Twice as all the states, and they could treble ditions it would seem, now that the 10. A girl's name 21. Adverb of place
their capacity and have a market fibre can be separated 11. A state (Abbr.) 24. A state (Abbr.)
big
as ordinary tires cheaply and in
inflated waiting for their '
finished goods, if the quantitirA 12. Interjection 25. Little devil
to to lets than half the pressure, farmers would awaken to the possibilities pounds per I exceeding hour, as/ compared one thousand with 14. Natural: substance containing min 27. A torn or old piece of cloth

it cushions cars so perfectly it of this crop and raise hemp. The ten pounds per hour, the production erals 29.!) A boy's nickname

, Mill gave you hundreds of dol manufacturers in this country, as 't elias of hand labor that the annual yield 15. A plant of the onion family 30. Any slender support
a, ;. lars incarupkeepanJdeprcci- abroad, are eager to secure high of hemp will 17. A thief 81. Uncloses
soon overtake
j that
I ;: ation. It fits present rims and !grade hemp in sufficient quantities ,I wheat, and as hemp can he grown on of 19. A rising ground 32. Hastily formed idea or desire
not bnlj to maintain but to increase; I!I the same acreage after 20. Certain 33. An old time bell, still In use in
f. costs about the same as their output of finished goods. j little fertilization year year with 22. Born some localities
I I it
I is
ordinary tires. Will We have the authorization very attractive 34. A willow
t' you come of the proposition the 23. Old School English
,. in to sec it? Harbour Thread Company of Ireland ,, sure to become popular to farmer with them, and is 2.:>. Attentive; earnest 35. Artificially formed

I that the American hemp fibre makes I a once grown always as 26. Any delicious beverage 30. A state (Abbr.)
: the strongest as well as the finest failing crop and grown, never 28. An individual 39. Back of the neck
Smith's a greater
OarageSTARKE. threads, and they could use the prod. ,, miker than any grain, without money the 33. Approaching 40. A stubborn animal ,
,y,' uct of three thousand acres a year of risk of damage: or total loss from cli 37. Township Officer (Abbr.) 42. A whirlpool of water

": / FLA.MICHELIN. American hemp and would do so because I matic conditions or Insecta.TampaImprovements 38 A federal Republic of'orth'' 43. Walked
of its superior quality, if they i America 43.; Boy

I : /1. could depend upon a sure and steady I I j to the [ 40 To come together 47. Evangelical Union Extension
supply ex
tent of half 41. To be carried (Abbr.)
It is a fact which be I a million dollars are now
may ascertain- well under way at the new plant of 41. Graduates of a college
-
,,' -- the 43. That which 'feeds
Kreiss
To Stop a Cough\ Quick J Company on Hooker's Potassium Point.Phosphate 48 A good friend CABBIE EMER E

take 11\YES' HEALING: IIONF.Y. a 49. Adverb ALA 'TREAD COD
I couiih medicine which stops the couxh by I NOTICE Of GUARDIAN 50. Suffix
SALE
BE Bi ANT T DGC
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues, i ,M. Double
A box of GROVE'S I Thirty clnyn after date hereof I the under
O-FEN-TRATE 52. D ARC EE
Paradise 9s
.lorn..1 l l l.unnllaii .
of .
Cecil Whl..h.. .
SALVE for Chest Colds" Head Colds! and | F,,into. Wlnu.h..d. Mino.... will apply and) !>,1. Closely watched'VERTICAL I
__ to the
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of tfinoriihle fleo .V. Gardiner: County J.."... ? C MOP Ot TI5ACi1NO
HADES' HEALING: HONEY. The salve I at Bradford. County, Florida, on to- rit : the. '
should be rubbed on the chest and throat Jlih day of Auirt I\'JS.! for an order to ell 1. A wise man I j LEDGE
at prKale following de .1'1.
of landi
4z.i : children suffering from a Cold or Croup i I town: 2. A girl's name SEER AMY DE FN
The Heallnil effect of Hayes (Heeling Honey In- i LoU Seven and Eight of Blotk Two In th. 3, Style of apparel '
.r; lile the Town ctf DAD E NED L
lhn>at combined with Ihe healina Lawtar Bradford County. Florida,
1'n.en.rnnkewh "Comfort" Cord Grove > U-Pra.True Salve I through: the.:: puns effect of of I' aeeonllnir to map and plat of old town u 4. A small package or parcel !
r lo, ,I m na thn he 4kin oun stops cough I I retarded,.. In the Public Recor, of the Clerk. 5. A minister ANY N TOEYf
r Both remrdiffl are packed In one 0" at Stark.- Bradford County Florida. I
anh.ur. : corms and the
h.ai n? not of the nimbloed treatment: !Ic Joe. i I This -Ird day of July A. D. IUJ5.> 7. A protuberance of the ear ', MET L 300
Just ask your druggist for IIAYES'IiEAUNG I RFBECCVHITFTIED. 8. To be; to exist (plural) I
; HONFV; .1 -uanlian.j 1.:1, ::| for' e..,11 l and Eunice Whltoriead Minor i. A limited period of time 5 ALER P RILED II I






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I II/III\\.IlLY -'I I. 1'-' !',. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA F.\'E'f'i

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liny ofu ru.t '5. D 1021 I will apply" to the C.'unty. FI.rla. described as Hows : .lay of Juno A. D 1 by Judge A. Z. uunrtera of southeast quarter of smithaaltuartrr '"P'
: H.ho.ll. 00.; A. finrdint-r. County Jud. .I.ot i t anti Four t">. not I a strip td.n.\ oneof the Judge ::5ih, Circuit Court of section three (.H) ; nurih half of
.
a11i 's r C.unty. Florida for Cut ui t and wit by Ninety feetnorth of th". Eluhih ludlclnl, Circuit of In north half' and southwest quarter of southwest *
: sell!| at |i'issta Mir a on. rentle unitivld and ,"uth beginning at southwestcortur nnl for ttradford county Florida Flnrdn. quarter and wrat of southeast quarter
.. l interest of W E Andreu a non-rwldant. of block Fifteen 'URt' and run thincast err -.Ittlnii In favor of Walter M. Ferris, and. southeast .b.1 of southeast qiiai- ; ;
H.lunntlo and heir of Fmncla N. Andrtu. d. ,' Forty (lOt ftet .hen., north Ninety coniplalnnnt, ant against (lluaepp tee of section four ((4) quarter and 9
....,..1 .n and .. thy following describedlantU tat. th.n.. West Forty I lilt) feet, tlienco to Carno linn: Campn: hla wife, and I.ac y cast half *f n mptat1.0US.: to-nit riuimpson, street I h.n. Ninety feet South I bortnn the will mw vest .. of northwest quarter and :
Th northeast of the noathwwit quart to l'ont.' lire fifteen ( IGt feet north d.f.nto" .do.l.no q"ar aorl
quarter .Iartln. fee for .. the half .0"lh..1 uiiartcr. of section nln. ( ) t
..r of section twenty-nIne township tix south of Forty by Ninety (.t lot la rv- stark... nmto'" .county. Florida. between the .I northwest quarter of section I

finirp twenty-two (at containing for, and ... \ for legal Il. on Monday the Sot day oftuiii.t (UU. all In township six ((6) south, ... t.no.th t.
slty.two ---- mor : % n ID'S" to the highest and. boat tn'nty.two < 2.n.t.> containing on*
\DVISE SALLIE cuiil I lan.1 I>lntr. being nn., Uuato Br.dto'dt or .. the ... of September A. Milder for cash tho folio*'In dicrlSnd Inndi MHnl acne hundred ninety ((1700) aches.
NOTICE
I 1:011: OP
API'I.U-.Hln' FOR TAX DEED D ami dos riv6n and set ,
court
"" up lying anti I In Bradford or "
1O GO USDFIl 8FCTION 575 OF TUE Florda, >2SV \: which and 1.lnl county Florida, mn. I.
toOKK PatiKl day of July A. P 1f ja'r I'no interest you eecof to-wlt t ." three hun.lrttl twenty ((320) ft
GtStHVL 8T\Tl'TKS J. \ TIRSER to the abodescribed prop Lots. Seventeen I 117) and EIghteen (ID) In of northeast quarter of southwest quarter.

L utTered a mental ciucihxio) :, ".'r..by noteIn, BMII| lluil) N. D. Wain T-IO-St-B-T.Gunnllan for W. E Andreu. Lun.t. .rty, against. or the .10. bill will b taken .confesstl Section flange Ten illll. Township Five ((1\ South and ,.flt four h.n.lr forty.Av. lUll feet ofsoutheast

"r"h'' Twon..t"n tIll East accordlnir to : southeast quarter ':
,,iih the next few wetk-i Life n' niUtvl purh..t rvpeetiwlv, OCt uO eertn..t. It la further ordered that this order bopublished plat .oro In Public '. of Bradford southwest:: quarter, and south half of art*
i anti
.1 14J NOTICE OP FOR TAX DEED week for .ount On. 111). Said lots West quarter of southeast '
., i .1.1 i I meant nothing hut a itrus" of i t.h. Tax < .Hector "f llrndford County Florida. APPUATIO' a .I"h Conutlv.w.k. .n containing quarter a
OP THE in the Bradford a Ii") acre nor or In. West four ((4) arrw and weal of aonth
,:..rk niul heavy-laden days it time to I| SniJ,HIM- c<'rll..I...!.. .bean, d.to July 2. 1023. andi \ (. IFl'TIS 8TATUTl weekly newspaper of Cunt. .lrul.Unn.T.I.rph. ub R A. GREEN, west quarter of southeast ". h.1. and south
.
i In and .
1. Litten through somehow so that I IMUO fl.1 ., 'rtn. my ofl. llshed In It..k. Urailford county 'ord& Special Master. hnl of northeast quarter of southeast quar
deed
m.d. 'pl..lon tax t sags \\ Honorahl J M jonva. except One ((6> acres In northastcornei'
in accordance Hereby notice la given that W. A. B "* I'N : *
< t.
I1.ht. I would feel that another Jr purchased of tax sale numbercd .nt.- the circuit and the official seal of Solicitor for Complainant; 1..at.7.R '","h of railroad In. ar-otlon thirteen ((13)) alsnuthwfst .
Otr
ii:I> -four hour had gone The 'al I ...r.n..p"II..ly embraee the respectively 201 and .erlf.w( the the Cleik of .Olr as well .his signature .. quart* r of northeast Qu.re.
folliwlnir $ Florida.aor.o I..ut ices tin .U0 acns In northeast .
I.nt UrMord Tax Collector Bradford Ftorltln. this tho Out July A. P ISIS on.
"I"i i'n-nie cured me of being un- ..,1) a ilale luuance of uoh or 0 W. ALDERMN. ORDER FOR PCDltC-kTIOV ... hnlf of northwest quarter, north

.1,,,ntable. No girl will ever have to I{ ..t.O.al.. In the hm. rnpictUely h..ln..f. 8.,0 .rjf.nt.>being. d.teU' 2. office 1920. (Seal\) Clerk Circuit Court Hra.lford In the of Circuit Florida' Court. In and of for the Klhth Tudtelal eliot iitmrtir of outhwvst utmrtor. and aouth
i nanlcularly ..t to-wlt i fl.d .10 .rlf.nlo County. Florida CI.ul Ordor Coun rail quarter nf southwest quarter. rtcept tertHO
'nuc{' the misery and heartache thnt I II [ C.tf.nto Hi embraces .outh".t quarter sue and In have .1."U..I.n. t.. ded t(is. By C. A. KNIGHT. Chancery.Barm I ) are* In southeast rormr In .eto.

I lift'red by any gossiping words ofr .t Norh..t qitart4 .olon 10 township 5. .orn. .Ith Deputy Clerk E Sweat. Cmpl.ln.nt t, ,"nt.Cn ur, ( .11 : ill-. u.h half of "
/ range 22 .. aimexd Kay Snld ct>rtlf1cnt". rope ttvely cmhracet the A. S. CREWS. va toit yinrttr' of nortlnnst' qiimtir t and wt '
"inI '. I aol Mi.. .t tolo"ln. land in Dradf"H Count I>'. Florida, Solicitor f complainant 1.10.9t.0.4 R C. Iletbertcer. et ala Dt.nl.nl.OROER half. and northwest .quartrr of southeastnnittr

I ,icmed to !grope on and I Corlf.al N... 142 .mb.a.south half of the date of Hit. issuance of such FOR CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE of section fourtttn U4 I ) also north -
on ., ccrtiflcoU1 In the h. To net quarter of north .t
quarter quarter, name respectively R. C. tMberaer. J. Charlie Rkhnrd. N. quarter and sacS
t t'l' i ,ugh: terrifying wood Each way ectlon 33. township 6. moth rann 22 cut mutter narticnlarty tot forth 'to-witi ORDER FOR PUBLICATION W 1..kt. Samuel Harris J Hampton hnlf of southeast .\n..r of northeast quari -

I uird to turn, black barriers barred :I: .0 ncrra. anrued Llal. B Plokerlnu Certificate. 201 embraces west half of Melton Charles Mattie i. r of motion twcnty-tso (h2i! : also" north- ,
I 1 Unlniaid .,- ) shall Iw radremed ae- east half <.f northwest qunrter nf northrantitmrti In CIrcuit Court. Eluhth Judicial EMenion. Robrrt A EI..on.Filer ..".I I .nnrttr of northwest quarter of se .tlo"l
'my retreat. I had lout the keen joy of cordlnir lo law !ta do.will lm.ue th-rcon on ,. .r, action 11. township 5. south rang Bradford County State of Florida In Clrlt son Mat tic II.non.. .M....Rllenon. I"'n'y.'h.' (SI. : nil In township eight l Ut>.

h\in, : and all far as any enthusiasm I the 17th day of ", A. D. 192. .J cast .0 acres. assessed Unknown cery Annls T.. Lawrence. Maria L. Klrklltvr. "", if rung iwrnty-tuo ((22 east also
I Wltnvu my official .I.n.tu. seal this Certificate No. 20B embraces cast half of Corinn Bennett, Complainant Sophia O S.und.r. N. W. Cashier' 1, nlncti.n lID. twenty (laO). twn.y.n.n
"I'i ambition went I was without emo- the Itth day of July, A. D. 1921O runt hnl of southwest quarter of aoutheast **. of Or.to.1 Hunk, of Un.kt. Florida' ,U'lt) anti thirty ((30)( In Wondlawn In see-

n"n of any sort. ALDERMN.iSnl 12. tOW.h'" 4. sooth rang CB.. Bennett Defendant If Ivln. If dead. all parties alalmmir. In. tU.nfiivn( t lift. wnnhlp. fl.4)). south .
) Clerk CI .UIrCo Bradford 22 fast ... assessed Rnknown. It appearing by .lhl."lt .p".1! to the I t. you n>r either of you, or otherwine r.n" "' "t.two ((22) east.
The only three friends who stood County Florida. Unless laid evrtlHeatoa shall be ..I.mo bill filed In tltn nh..t.tP C. B fn the following described lands situated It,. and they hereby are rriiulrrd tn appearto

b\' were Ellie Marjorie and Bob. I a KNIGHT, according to taw (has deed wilT Irene th.rn Dpnn.t. the Ih..ln la a In the County of Bradford, In the Stat of the 111 of Complaint tlUd in said cause on ,
7.11.!t.8.1 Deputy Clerk on the U'th day of \Urut .\. D. 192S ., of the State' of 110.1"nnma conceals rlortita to.wit. o Monday, the Ird tiny of A".I A.
Father thought I was ill and "u lCest.1 Witness my official .itirnatur and seal himself .. that th* ... of this The Northwest quarter of the Northwmtquarter n lull' : otherwise the allegations .

ed rent but it was impossible this Rth day of July. A. D 1926.O Court cannot ..ro upon hIm and iaoer of Station 4. Township 7 South Ranff Hill will b taken .confisscd by the defenqants. -
NOTICE OF App ti'ATIO'J Foil TAX DEED W ALDFRM\N the .
ace years : Is there 22 Eut :
to remain In bed. UMlFIl SFCTIOV ITS OF TUB (Seal)) Clerk Circuit Court UroordCount. ordered 'that"said. I defendant GREETING It la further ordvrod that this ordur b*
.
when I GE\KH\I. 81'ATL'TF.a .. .. b* and Is hereby nnn..I..n. the complainant having filed her sworn publlshid, one each wash for .eight eonseca
One day things were too puz- B C. A. KNIGHT bill of complaint filed In .::3 ::: nt. before T. complaint In this court wherein she live \ntc.ks. in the Bradford, County Telegraph .

lung and I could find no solution for noOse l that T. J. Aldermanpitrrhaicr --IO-st.ft-7 ) Deputy Clerk Monday the 3rd day of A A. P alleges Iothh'I,ach of you have, or I newspaper published In Bradford County, \f'
Hereby
I Ilv'n 1925. the of said bill claim till J Interest In ,
or
the problems that crowded oth.rle It..ton. Thl/'the
brain of .
ta numborwlrmpecthrly
my 2Bth of A. P 102BO .
Mny.
.rtf. wIll and to th lamls
NOTICE OF GUARTH\V SALE OF REAL .ont..d or some .
.
.10 det.nd.nt Ito..ld.
I went to have dinner with Marjorie .llnrti.r 288. II?. I l.u..1 by tho Ta* ESTATE Tt further orl'r.d that ( thereof. and. preying quieting of 1.1 W. AIDERM\N. '
,
and, Hub.I I ctrtlflcate of O..dnr Said published once a week for four consecutiveweeks titlo I against such claim or claims, and (S.al) Clerk of CI"1 rourt
en briny dated July 4 I Ity C. A. "
in the Bradford inc demanded
County Telegraph a the making of this 1
lli"l and laid Notice la hereby that the undrrslined ( t
errtincatm -
I minthrrrd II? and given or. Deputy Clerk.TEIOMtaW .
in going on up to bed after din. 110 hemp data! July 2. 1021 ban fll.'d laidortlflcate as guard t fin for Its, WIlHama, minor heir Stat ftewapaper. published, In said County and Th..for, you and each of you a. herabyrequired FIELDING.Solicitor I

in r," Marjorie announced "Bob wants In my offIce and have mad apI of Affatha Williams deceased will ,,'pl 1uda. I I hi. July let. 1925. the appear day of before August thla, court being on Monday the of Complainant 1.0.10t'.1 :
llcatlon Honorable Reo A. 8r 121.
I for tax deed tu Issue In accordance th. Gnnllncr County
to talk to you, Sallie. Do whatever ho with law of Bradford County Florida on the Ifttb Q. W. ATDFRMAMSral riie day month to the complainant. NOTICE
3atl ot August for order .. < ) Clerk Circuit, Para E. In the suit aforesaid
suitKosts because he always peps me .rln..t. ." eh.. thefilloMlnir 1025. an to sell at rour 8wet
.tv.ly ... the will proceed
By C. A. olh.r"
\ate sale all the
.. nnd Interest of
Florida TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FoaIIt.t'OKU
up when I am out of sorts. I tell you a o.rd at the date of the I..unno Cunt, of nuehcertlncat4 tho said minor In .I"ht t tt.* following described Deputy Clr*. .. ..t tOUNTY IIOKIHA. IN CHAN.
lye lived his In the lands. to-wit .7. L. FRA7FE. It further entered that a copy of this
lo t heninafti iCommencing .
on optimism these .
nnm" r..lh.\ order publish a week for eight consecutive
once
for 4
r imrtlcularly .. ST'd yards cast of n..h. lol.ltr Complainant & SIMA9TFR9 DHIOC.E REDDISH. Complainant'
1Ilil/Ir/ years. ( '.tll..o No. 2R8 embraces all block SOin u.*t corner of northeast quarter of ..k In the. Bradford County Tel. vs.

Bob was just the person I needed I I. Company subdlvlilnn of north- east ql.r.. and run east HJ'j >srdn, south graph a n."p.p. 1.IU.h.d. In St..k. BRYANT II tIURGANUS. asagent
,'n.t of northeast .. *. l"fl west 82'i yards north 179 yards SALENollcp Umoo.1 County. 'lor.I. ,
section t I anil If In lire
'Iu.nr .
the world. We
all hand of In"lvldl.ly.
In sat in the dim uar. m the aeal said Circuit
t.." south range 22 eift Ml K.I tn place of b.lnnln". .o.t.lnl" three acres ., and If ill.ail. IiKhIli A'rI.W. 9
.
hrnliy given that and County, Florida
-tillness of the open porch there I F SnrllCirllflcati n.nr or lcs : east nf north t unl. Cour S..k U..o.d i npvisrrs AND ASSIGNS -
virtue nf d.
followed half hour > No Ill pmlirnen Lola 1-4 or nut quartt, of northrnut quarter. l less on. I thl .rtaln. In.1 d.. of forvrlnptire lt M. 192. : TllK: DEVIIFfS:
that
a gave me a went half of block tl. T.. T. and Company lot A7''j feet north and' -outh by 1S7 feet anil on tho. first iliiy of a W. ALDERMAN. IFNANT8 AND REM \ I.H'P
east and west in southwest contain July. 192ft by the Honombl V. AilklniJuilirr ( ) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad
new viewpoint."Go uldlvlnlon of northeast quarter of north- corner 1 IS.al MPV unilir the Will of )
taut quarter lectl.m 2fl townnhlp fl. south inc 10 acrra more or l. situate and blno of I hi. Flirhth Judicial' Clrul of Flor. I' o County Florida / I.OIISH. t 'I
to work Sallie he said. "Itwill Ida In and for Drailfont chaneervIn CI.\I.O'r. .
,I rnnffo 22 eaut ewKrd Alex MemcliaTerttdcate In Action in. Township 7. Range 22. .. By A. KNIGHT th.
thai certain ,. < "tor
| .
give you back first your courage 11 pmbrapea north half of Bradford County rlorlda twpon the .n.. .th..ln n.ln. Deputy Clerk. COU It'r OK 101. 10tW.
Emma
This 101.h day of July ll .S. om"ln.nlnt." JoIn. J. M CASHIN.
hlock .
I In T. T. (Company nuhitiilRi m of "f .
thin enthusiasm and. a new faith in A. M. WIILIAM3. ,(1 by her huahand Tf .T. Thomas and for B-9t-81 Ir.M".1 Fo.I..
nirthuuit tiiiarti, of nnrthrnut quarter. see- .. Atl.n., Cmpl.ln.nt anti December .
fellowmen." 21 *. Guardian for Ray Williams minor heir of Halnut the d if nilant. Martin Grrmelc. the : ; amiKutatte :
jour ton tnnnnhn" enuth range 22 ea>.t..1 a>- unclt.rulunrd Special Master In aalil wvl Hi vliter of Wllli I
-.1 l R M. Ellenon.lTnltna .7-I 51-8-7 Agathnllliam*. deceased ease an- No. 1, 0. of sailCottrt
Oh, Bob! I sobbed. : 101nl.1 to ctrculi laid .d'cr.e. will on Mnn ORDER FOR PUBLICATION pan
sold ..rln.nt. shall be IT.I..mP aernrilina flrd dny of ,\,,iiuat. 102R ilnrlnn the Keronl. : Ihu IIFIItS AT.
"I know it sounds drab and unin. to law. wil fonuc th.ron on ORDER: FOR PI'HI.ICATION Irval.h.houn of sale thereon. the erirS.house In Circuit Plichth Judicial I,XW. DLVIfPP": ) ANt> AS. .t
b.for Coer.
tcusting but it's exactly what you tin, rth day of Ailuint. D 1U2IWltnrmi do. In Stark. O.do. Countv. Flor n..oord ". .. In Ch.o...Clrult IINR. of LOUISI OLA7MAN.
my nfflrlal' licnatun and peal this In Circuit EIghth tdlclal Circuit Ma a the landa ..tu* Ot \OUIIE Oil
need Cour. folowln. d..I"od Complaln.nt
thi I Ith ".1 of July A. D 1 '121fl n..D.1 In Chancery sited .1 l.n.tord ,. Florida, to the GLANSMANl.OtJhSIf Oil

"But If it hadn't been for that aw. W. At.DFRM\M. I lul. complainantI tiltfhpat Cash, U>*wtt t Gear. W. Cole, et si.1.Bi. OIANSMNN. dnreaa.eil -
'iSinll' Clerk Circuit ,. formerly of I.A llr..If I-
ro"r. Draoord I Tot .Sixty two In Woodlawn In ivctlon WTEY.
ful mistake I could have to Remove Cloud
andon : Ela ,
TIIHJIIF1RS
gone on I' Flo.lla. I Towniihlp Five' South. Range Twentytwo .nl rOlnly.
Fifteen of
I By C. A. George W. Cole. et al 1 It appearing .n..tlon AP LAW UPVISFMNI :
being light-hearted and andI dor.ndaot.11.L and containing ten ..
happy I more or
I Ea.t sworn of complaint in the above cause.
.A.t I Drpnty > ASSH1NM of
CI..k.1 I bi
would have had the love of Curtiss I r.H.f 1 TO 1F\O\'P rIO'I. Ql IET Tif ins.Said that tin and rrelilence' of the d.t.n..n. CJSTA.111.1'1 '
). sale to tx
I for
OTIFR mafr> nunuant to and to-wit: George W. Cole, fl. W. 1111.flOA .
Wiittht""Never I It appearing from the allegations of th* the satisfaction of said derrce with emitME Ida O Hrown. Jacob C. Brown Mlllard tUs'r"
I NOTICK OK! APPI FOR TAX DEED :1. In and aa evate.
mind Kiddie, he'll learn L'NDrR I"TO" OF 1 .>rn bill nf complaint in the shove cause, I M. JOHN Brown. N. W. Hacket and A. B Molt.r or Pnvl'i-e"n. rl"h.. ,
TiE I Master In
GfcNEIttL BTtTCTESNotice i that thi age and residence of the "l'fendsntsGenre Special Chancery unknown. and that there is no .on the lOTTr: (. .CIAR
that mistakes are just a line or two I I .. W. Cole. If llvlnir. and If diad then D E KNIGHT. : Stale of Florida, ,' complainant, lbs IOUISK LAN1MAN. .

in the book of life. Yours had to come (I. hereby irl\en that T 1. M Irrmanpurchnoer :I his hi.Irs. dl.I._. legatees and ansiiins : Mrs Solicitor for romplalnnnta 7..lt.1.81. service of a subpoena"I" whom would bind of Bradrord county 0..1.1.ln
of part Tax Certificate No 210. lixile K Haliden If \loire, and if dead then said defendant and .' It la believed b ,IMP liMItS AP Flor"a..
I to jou Sallie sooner or later but dated tho ;th day of luly A. D 1K21 filed ''her heirs ,devisees legal.. and as1trns ; K. SIERIFF'I SAtE the complainant that the said named ., VltFPS' AND ASSIGNS of "I. I"
.
I remember that fate dosen't work with said certlHrate In my office and haft made I|II. Drew. If living and if dtad. then his t.nt.n. are Interested i In the property In WID DHOLSIIMiAN. wife of
I appl.cation for tax deed, input 'In arrordanr-o' legatees. devisers and assure are all Notice (I. hereby given that under and hy I this suit anti. complainant tt,14.i.vlt;I DKOIHIIAOAN. both
poor material. You're out of the ordi. with lau Said certflcst,. tmlraeiii. the fot- i i i k and : no person In the State ,I I virtue of lht ..rnU writ of execution !is- not know and by dlllitent ..r". .not .iecesld. late of Krailfnrd County I'
nary and you've been singled out. lowing dencrlheil property aituatd! : : l In Bradfiril | of "frj.. : complainant the service -' ird hy th. hind' and aeal of W. I able to ascertain whether any of the d.t.n.l. I liiriila t hOI'HIA (..LANMN /.
There \ County. Florida, to-wlt : ', n. whom would bind the I|I IT. Weeks. aa Clerk of the Circuit Court nf anta sea dead or alive and that It ,la .le"e M\X IIACII AND NIC.
lots of other
are who have
girls Southwest' quarter of southwest quarter ofsoction Knld ; C Hodman Jones and 1 I Ilrnilford County State of f"lor"n. nn the by complainant In sail sworn bill 1110 LS IIACII If In life, anti t Ifdi
done much worse and have esuiped. JA townihlu H. Hnuth rang 22 'I I'rema C. Jones. his' wife, of "1 9L Fig street 4th day nf Aimuat A. D that certain bellevra: there are persona Interested 'In the I; .nil. Ili-n their RS
But it's because i 40 acim HAld land being' ann.*ted at the New Orleans Slat. of Louisiana and the Judgement or deficiency! decree ".rn. said property Involved fn thIs suit whoa AT I.AW. rr"tEl )
you have big soul date of T..". .. of such cert,flcato In the folown., named d..t.nd.n" A. H Johns. If dale the ZHih day of July. 1014 wh .ln name or n.m.and ave or ages and whoa AHSK.N3 OEVIHFPS. .
possibilities. that these hard experiences name of Columbia" I CorporationUnlem i I I I. if .. his heirs devisees Fl Rhoden ..Complainant and J. A. Watnrluht residence are unknown to complainant' and In life, .WoIUEN WAlH.i
I
mid redeemed according legatees and .assigns : Jacob Johns ass Defendant anil In the sum of In said bill relief I ii prayed against such : AT LAW.. PKVISKKH
have fallen to your lot. The mis. to f d*',:i7nh thereon on ', ff I"In". and If d,'nd. then to hattie' Wynn. I i I (172 70) aa same appear of record In the office known and unknown persons. Therefor it la .\NIamON4 : TIIUMAtt W.

takes you've made are the things! tho rth day w'f Auiruat I Pete' Wynn Cab Wynn and Susannah Cons, ', of the Clerk of Circuit Cour of Bra.II ordered that .1 persona n.m' this order.If I"iNl.ltINti.:I If life anti If '
that the Witmtut nn. nod I .nl! this 'I hi.in. of Jacob Johns whoso rent dene. la unknown I I ford County Florida. I have 1..1.1 upon and I : llvtnit, and dead, all 1 claiming : ..1. nil thin hIs' llr'tUS. AT LAW.
go into melting pot in which iii. 1 11th day of July. A. D to Jar, M John, I living and If ,i, wil sell on Monday the ftrd day AUlut, Interest under; the said named : ]lHViSIcES i|: : AND ASSIONMln
the dross is seared away and the real fj W. \IDFRM\V I ..lend then to H Johns. Starke. Florida, 1 102ff. durlnir the leval hour .1.I afnror-afd. deceased or oth..I.. : and that I All. PitHl|:| >NS,
qualities ,S'al'i lurk Clreut. Court Bradford Also Enst'y end Charley In..y. her husband', ,i i In front of the Starkn, persons whomsoever whose name or names. HUMS A NI O'111
that are substantial and unbreakable Florida of .1..k.on'lo. Florldn of Jerry M. I I :.7. County Stat0 'fur. irnln to theI age or a .I dene* are to beunknwn tIU'Olt'rIONI..1.lmlnl
.1.e by.
are crystalized into the By C. Count.. | ,, : Erl. .. If lit. log and if 'leadn I I and bent bidder r .. the to .n. 'I lalnant. = ar are I,r more thru"h un.
thing call I KICIT.' h" to .. Johns. widow of Erin fiiUnwinir described' 'landa In Bradford County. II I InUreatiil, In h td' I d property .n.herein. .alKive nameil. .f.n..n. C
character D'plty
we or soul. 7.1.r1.8.1' Johns of Stnrkv. Florida Arthur Johns, Mr rtda. (..It' or any thereof lying being' In or any .iart, of them ...l.n,1
Bub, why should I go to work I FOR TX DEEI> h nut proof. Florida. Ovid Johns of Tampa. I A oneflghth, undivided Intereat In the I Fl rail ford county Florida described .folo.? I in t Illll of ANU .II..1
ilim't know NOTICE OF ATPf IC4TIOV Morida Homer lohnt whoso add resit la unknown I South half of Lots S and ft. and North five L. On. ) and Three CU and 'I'III': enmplantt who
how to do anything I UNDER RFCTION 571 OP THE Irvpna Reynolds and A. Reynolds, I feet of I.ot 8. and all of tot. 7 rtrept the ( ). .",t I portion ,In the Southeast corner ,' WIOI.I WOII.U. Internet marHim

hu\pn't been trained." CtSERALSTATUTES her husband of Lou.sberg. !State of Nor K I Smith 10 feet allln Hlock "A" of N. J. Tone being thirteen ((13)) feet north and Ruth and 'it anil to >rl"ht ttl.In thin Illllt

":-ever; mind Carolina. helm of Erin Johns, Aiditlnn the Town of ItarVe Florida Thrty.tbN. (Iti) feet east and ..t AI. a complaInt' dvfenil-
we'll find something. Hereby notice U nU.-n that Mole Covlnii- Pet tit. wldo.of E f:. Johns deceased, and ;, Said lands to be soIl by for Seven ((7)). described .folowt aria. d..rlb.
I It_ necessary, Sallie dear for only ton of lax sale cirtlficatea numbered \ M Ptttit her husband of Gainesville.Mortda nf natiiifylnr, the afnr*> Ij,, mCt :: Cnmm.n.ln. at the northwest corner hILL TO UUIET ETC. 4
1 I.y doing I! purehaver.. l 100. 101 and 102 issued' by F M. Johns and Charl.'" Johns, of n.l.n. decree. and which .10 A.vo ( ) run East lt4 feet thenc TITt.E
something for other people I the ., Collector of Bradford County. Flor- Stark. Morida, and Thelma Williams and are subject to the thereof South 12Vj feet thence West 7H feet. NOTICE
will you chisel out the sweetness anti I I.'a..' Said .. being dated July 2. A. 0.I I A. J. William. husband.I of AlaohuaI W. J. ElplmtO. thence North 12'4 feat t point of b"lnnln". The dorenilant Itrjant 1. (fluruanti .
iharitv I 11121. and .rln.n.l In my I I County Florida. heirs of -A. H John through I' An h.rf of Br.dt..1 .1 of the above h.'n.' Mlock Fourteen scent anti In"I.ld".ly. If llf" anil If do
that FoI.I.
are a part of inner Ill "rlf.'r then his Uvl*<*ea anti _
.
your I office and, have made tax deed I F. E Johns. deceased. and t I sura Conennl T 1.5t.7.81. the orl"lol To.n of St..k. .
life. T.n.n.anti I ltentatntIermett. k
.ith I.w.
1 heirs. ,du-vUve and lejca- I or b Third day of A. U 1-211. under the wi IXIOM. (hnrl.t. ln-
hu NOTICE OF HUENotlv
i done it, he continued "and Said eertlfleatM rwpeellvely embrace* the IIEII'F'S Au..t ", pniliateil off
I I tei-s if dt-ad To J.I Johns If INIntf. and If and In due eourve define lt up whatever nan. l.t.r Co.
tlulclnn You need responsibility to folo.ln. lands 'In Bradford Count Florida dead than to *. of Stark. Florida olalm' or In..t which you and each t runty Juda of -% t t ntl Klorldar.rcr.l..l -
at the date of the Issuance of such nnd It Is In said iworn hill complaint Is hereby "lvtn that under and you may have to the above described property Deremher Htti. I. In Register of
I I.t
.
TIM your spiritual faculties strength" ..rln.a. In the n.m. reepeetKely h..ln.nf I .1."n unknown helm or to the virtue of ihnt certain "i-fti1lon Untied out or the said bill will b* t.k.n. confessed Will and Eetale. No I I. tags 9. of sad, 4

I wept copiously. Bob lot me alone, let forth towltCirtlHcato : named heirs whone I.Unto Is aliened unknown the Circuit Cour of Bradford county. 1 Inrlda.. I' .nst you. (inirt leeteda! S the llvlrnt law. DevUeeaand
In that .. .. wherein John Rhrtver.tral of Louise or Ixitile.
Knowing No 100 embrace .omm.n.ln. that there l I. no person In the Stat of It la further that thIs order bep'bllshrd A..lln. 11..nan. .
it was an outlet for bur. ,n.as Shrlver Company Is and or.lord or Louise (.laneman. or Louise
my I ..n north lIne carallil with railway tot Florida the sir\iee of a subpoena upon whom pl.I.Uf for Eight eonaeuutlv fl..a.n. .
ilemd of northwest II C flrtnlng Is defendant t up. once a w.k .'. deceased furtnnrlr of I.. .
mind. I north from .ouhw..t corner would bind the said "defendant and that It Bradford Tele h. "n..n. "
weeks In the County "rai> a
1 south of 1 .551 and I'on and will sell highest bidder for Ftaritts.I Ihu heirs At Law.
quarter of block ranne la by th complainant that the named t th. of general circulation Ir"or.0Ih'Y. .
But Bob Curtiss will never un- I I run south with ..1".1 15) feat. : bl.v' are InlertsUf) in the property In. fash In front of th. house door In published weekly! newspaper In StackS Bradford county 1..1.. and AMilane of Uuatav., AdulpKliroUhairin
il Ir.I.1 railway :)30 I Stark, ?. Bradford County Florida on Monday Flord. and of r unlav* ntlnhauan, In
< r'-tnnd. I thence cast angles i\olviHl in this mi it. and complainant alleges 'Phi the 2nd day of June A. D I0.fiO .
I Auirunt, Ird. 1921 the same being a level hU uwn rIght and ae legate. or Oevnee. of
with railway US that hi tees not know and by diligent search
fret. thence N parallel W. ALDERMAN
"Yl'_, he will Sallie. in time. With thence Wrt to kealnnlnit : ala north fe.I and inquiry, hn not been able to ascertain i sales day and between the I legal hours of sale 1-rodford I.uulM* ( hsrlttte (i.n..o. antI of ..u.!
I hl .9..1)) Clerk of Circuit Court
(CUrtiR, it's just a quea'ion of youth I I south half of o 't : 1 'i "I.th.. a'ty of the defendants who. iwsldene the C.lowln. described reaUestat and personal County FloridaBy f.lanzmann: .. .. i>f 1..tor

ar"I psychology.' I \ outh of range 2 cast tbti 2i f'on r I' .., as unknown ia dead or alfv*. andt ,, .>ov.r, In Bradford county Florida C. A. KNIGHT (oimtr rlorlda, : the lid I. At law .
tol.you once to-wlt : and AMltfnM. uf of
and south by 130 fret in alleged by the complainant In hia sworn Deputy Clerk.A l.dwl. Ur.l.h..n., .It.
bumo. every man feels the same I pece. of land 12 feet north and 8tO hill of .complaint: that ht believe there sea flea) estate ,i'seribed ai follows To acre S. CREWS. f..v.. .. |) .. b.'h' duel ., late off
"'U\ about the and I feet cant and went on south fide of north ''rsons intprmte! In th* said property In- of of .the east aids, of the south quarter, Soleitor. for Complainant f.1.9t7.8 r | Cuunly. Florida : Hophla (l.n.
woman he loves I half and southeast quarter of block I south '.|"..1 in this suit whoa name and aa or northwest quarter of section seventeen ((17) loon Mix. l.oh aol Nloh"l. hash II
the more sincere he is, the more In. 'I ranuv I cast In 'r.mpl. eub-dlvlilon, sire*, and whose residence are unknown to ,, township seven ((7)), south range twt.nty (20 I I..,fe. anti If ( respectIve h.'r'
.
and In said relief I I. NOTICE At law IJevlner' and AjMltina.: Warren P.Wnr.l
l"n..Ihe's: going to feel that srtto'fl, 21. townihlp 6 .olth ranire H eautaineued1 : complainant : bil p.a. east.rVrnnal ,.
way. ed against such known unknown persons .' oa follows I Two If In life and If dead thin his lid '
He lI1I't accept the equal standard M.tl. Ouyona and Annie commencing Lee Ruff I 1 I tool one sulky "on b tuuy, orie ;I In the CircuIt Court. Flghth Judicial Cir At law Devicean.I Assigns '11"m. W.P'leitiing .
1 I I o. 101 embrace ; : on. : one cuit. Bradford County, Flolda In Chancery If In life, anti If dead thn his
I'a-i., no matter how hard he tries on a line rlnnln" parallel with railway si TIEREFORJ It is Ordered tnat all .,' ..".. one doubl.. of mowln.irrow- Mary E Ed..r. Heirs. At Law L>nva-i- anti A" '" All
I In feet north of corner of northeast ..n. this order. If llvlnjf. and .r no. Remove Eta Oihor r-nonN. and Corporation
.
t
which
overwhelming love for toe. and other implnente Di t Cloud f'ln.
you 1 south of range I eait and d l, ad claiming any 'ntr at und"rthe fnrmln.
of block .1 10""n. mad Thomas Dlxon *t claiming 1 hy, .thnnitfh any one or
have Into and levy
taken
1lrtI.4> has forgotten that you are I 'I".ror) on laid line 123 feet thence cast at n.mo d d'n.l.nl. .to..ld. on. It ,..rlo. from the alienations of the more ,.f mid .:,, ,' ,I n.ndn.*. i.b n.above,

Jti 't one of God'shuman\ beings I ilnht angle to laid line 830 feet thence craned or .:. : and that penmnswhomsoever W J. EPFEKIOV. sworn Hill In 'the above stated cause. that tin.. antis. sr any of thrm. ,'.. m this
south "parallel with lint line 122 feet thence whoa name. age and residence .7-3-Bt-7 Sheriff Bradford County. Florida the residences and' ages of the d.t.nd.n. to Illll of (miplalnt' and the Whole '
.nnti'l as he, himself whose imptiUi I welt 130 feet 1 beg In T'mpl. .ilb-dlv. arc alleged to b* unknown t complainant and wit Thum. Dlxon. Simon J. Tempi. wh. may claim any rttfht. title or Wo.'d
'. and emotions fundament- section 21 south .e east, I I all persons whose name I I. .1.0.. known Durke. Kllzsh-th Htvana Charles J. flunl.ll. and it. the land d-aerlbed In this Illll off
are lvscsel Mattle tn: I whose residence Is beyond of FlorIda -I NOTICE OF MA9TFRS SALK d Jnm. W. Sinelatr., A.a..tl. E n.ntl. miillnt: heroin .. aa follows *ltu.te .
lilly the same." Certificate No .... north half of that may be o..r intreted the Mary K.: Gibson John W. Cop. John Cr lying and being.rlbl Ilrailronl County.It .
"/If he knew he would south half of .outheait quarter of block 1 hereinafter described, pronrty or any part Notice I I. hereby gIven that under aol 1 by men E Fayson Smith. Nicholas I*. Arm "rl',IM_ anil tM lni. niit nf Huptlun 91_ TnwKa.hie 9,
you as we do south of range I being B2t feet north thereof lying and being In Starke. BradfordI virtue of a final decree maile and rendered the "*rnnu. Arthur w. laird Samuel 1 r. Gibson ,' n:' liange- U: and; m-p.rtl.;

reniJ?. that any mistakes that you and south by 310 ..t cast and weal In Tep,I ___ _____ Tharle, W 1.1. Alfred D. Cone Tm.J.Rur'n. nrril'-d .l I.* No. a and No. 4. in i.riide'
('tulil! lm\<> made would not necessarily lee mb-dlv. section 21 township I. I You to"'. UDr M' ot the Town of Lawtey. Ifradfirl Coua .
ran". 22 assessed M.tt. Guyona.Unless I NOTICE e"oi. f.ntors. M. NUon Damuet C. I.r ty lorlds, according to l'l.t of said tow n-
rm'(un that your soul was stained"H ..t..rll..I. .h.1 b. redeemed I Notice U hereby given that the followtnir dracnbed' I.n' will |1w noil at puhlle auction A. Splndlar Jsmea H. 1L Hm.t. 1.1 n-c-.r-lrd In the I'ubllo lcor.1. of Bradford

.-, I see what you mean Bob ..rn.l" to I." Issue thereon I on the FIRST MONDAY \UCI1ST.. 192J I belnir th Rr day of ..10 mnth b'o. the RsmusI l A. Bwann. N. D 11."ma. J.m. .. County .Florida.Ar )
A. D IMS (,st.s. John Alexander' C. nutided ant each and .
hut I day of Auguit. Ci.urthoun* Dtmr at Starlie In Bradford State of Fln.ld. or much Graham l.m'.1 hereby rr-'jilre-l.
ful so different about him that Witness my ot..1' ilgnattire and neal this will' necessary to par the amount due.u.tY. set opposite name.. t.'h.r with I..n. J. R Earto. J D M.I.D. Ed'-' all of you to appear tn the Bill Of cmpl.ln' ,
'It luir G. W. ,\.DERM-N. .- fl. Fllsworlh Ann IfopKo-nil John August A. D 1U2S and. each of In t
'"M with blood on his hands or if ) Clerk Circuit ,, See T. Owner a' Costa R. I'uildy W. R fan. Ellsworth Trust Company due cots". and as prescribed by .h.1. lan

[h". had I taken some woman into his S."t County Florida tot t blk I..orplnn town ......._.___R..A M V Mnnran ....._. ... .... I v7Mr .corporation J I. M.r.l. C. N. Hop .ich Caere, set-up and ili-fln whatever .la Iraof 4
lift'. f, ,' By C. A. KVIOHT. I tot 8 blk 1 or.ln.1 towS ..._._. *. Flulna Monran _............. 7 81Mr kIn.. F O Ifubbard. 1..k..t. A. L. r.ght title or interest which you and
a week or even a month that -.'.ll.St7) Deputy Clerk < lot blk 7 or"lnl town ...-_.. Eunice C. Canoes ...--_.......4944R Von Kirn Georgia: Trading Du. a.oh of you, I.and slalm to the above '

w',ulil make no difference in my belif 5-S blk oraln.1? Johns add_.._...__._ M Upa-kman .._..... ..._. 17Frank can I). Fletcher Trustee fltarke Lumber described two I.. .f 'land and any and allportIons
in him. L'7 blk It L. T Coe a)4) ..___....___ Gel er ............. II.ITO O mr ny. a eon'oration. V. J. Shlpman Graham thereof And that cartain pewspa
|' I'd still know he was fine NOTICE OF GUARD tS'S SATE Let 12 blk 14 L .. Co'* it date. S F. n.rln. are all onknown P.r published In I/.rb. Bradford County,

I ..J 1 lonsider his mistakes were only I .d.1 ---"..... ___ fl Wheeler. bt _......._......1* 14 and that *. *"' In the Morida known oal.1 Bradford County I
Pitfalls in the had to 7 blk jaTt. T. t CV"idTTItot _..___ J. A. Howe .. ...___....--...--.. 149 slat of Horttla the service of subpoena upon Telegraph la hen.by ... .th. newspaper ,
road over which he Thirty dayi afler-to-wlt on the 10thdav 4 blk I L. T Co' sub whom would bind Raid' d..nd.nl. and thatIt In which this notice shall b* published

lien, led and) behind it all, I'd know of August A. D 192*. I will apply to th.Honorable dl-------------------------_.____ John Parker .._.......... ._.. 119 I belIeved by the that th on.. a weak for II e._utlv* weeks. I

the} Curtiss whom I loved alright Go. A. Oardlner. County All blk I* L. T 4 To.* sub div._._ 8. K. Kelly ............ -... -.. '.01 .."1 named d.t.ndan. whoa rldenee This Stat lay of May lt I. Witness m,of. .
was of Florida for an JOd".1 L.d. 1-3 bIb in L. T. Co* ag.ar. unkno.n t. are Inter 1 rtclat hand and ...1. '

and that he was eternally mine.I sell at.orhate .. ., on. eighth< aub dlv .. _h ...-.-._.. u_._ Mirnle Dell ........_..'......_h.--.'.1 ..< In the properly Involved In the ..It O. W. ALDFRMAN
might be tenet eaeh of. Reba Andru. K.'halen tot. 1-1 bib M T. Co' that complainant tines not know and ha I )3 al\ Clerk Circuit Court Bradford 4

unhappy and I might suf dreu. & and Henry szJ& rib dlv _.. L...--.---.._..___..._ Llllle Sander* u._... -. ... i 31 not iMNrn able tn ascertain whether .n, County Florida. a'
fer but I would suffer with him, not minor' \s Andre'i. Lola S-4 bib 84 L. T. *. Co'* said, known defendant ar* dead or alive and 1 .1. D SPARKS I ,,

nput I can't of anybody In sad 10 the follow"nVd..rib lands ,wlt : nub dlv---------------------__._ Ale Merrllk .--. ........._.10.M th.t It la believe b complainant In said Attorney ..22.7.1. I
conceive
The oortheaat ttwrter of the aouthweatuart N"A bUt 1 I I,. T Co' sub worn Rill that th. la a pnon or are p.r.eons -

pitting' the one person they love out ", r of sections twent,-nln. townihlp sis. dlv -- --"..-"---____ R a Flleraon ........--.---..tilt Interested In the property Involved In NoTicE OF KALE OF RIAL
t r tin'.r lives for south ,. twenly-tw, .. oon"lnln. forty RIbs 37.' T. Co'a sub dlv u.; ___. Jenkla ....-_...._.. ... 11.41 such suit whose name or name and ag* or GUAHIn.ESTATE
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anything.; and al t one.hundre.lth. or Blk 31 L Co' .11 iflv ......___._ E 1.1 ... ......... ..... ..49 ages and wh,.* resident ar* unknown t 4' ,
"id1! n: iltuat and being In E complainant' Thsreft.re. it la ordered that
exclaim- :
'ou'veCrown'! Bob lew. I lying tote --t blk 41 L. Co N.tlee In hereby given that the .jndemlgnard -

"tlready talk like woman l"or".1! County. Flord& subdv ......._....._._....__ B. .BasIl, ......._... -...-- 4.1 said known defendants who .. h.r.tto. d .. an for laaa a
.0. you a l, this the ,ot July A. D. 1925. I tot S blk 42 L. T .Col sub I named In thIs order If liv.ng. and I .. .1 0 ll ai ply. to the Wii. o lua.t

''n-'' ad l of a girl" CUBA ANDREU.O".rl.n dl. ... --..._._.__-_ Jntlut B.tI-. .__-. ...--. 1 .N''. it's for Rb,tndrt' Melba Anilm. 41 L. T. Co* nib dlvPlk ... Ifoov-r __..__u_.._.. ...t.U known defendant a for* said, deceased "n th* 10th day of August 1931 for MI
.. just that you're helping n ,' and H .Andr.u. I bl I. T Co' sub dlfN4 .._.__ A. O .. .?_._....--.-._ i 41If. or otherwise' and that all pomonawhomsoever '0 Cell)! at ..1.. all the right, title orl
lit' to see mentally. away -.I I .: -" l'n.I bib L. T A Co'* sub diLos ,.-..._ O Vhrtarl .............-_........ Ill whoa n.m or am.are a I leg. interest r>f p.I..t baM Williams a ". *.
the clouds." Bruhlnl 0 s SI Pek' all ........ .. M.m Mwvtak ....--...-.._ t.It eti t b and .. unknown t oomv'.lo.nl' and th following tow -
b Interested t .'I".e I.nd.
f>r
I tlSblk I th "Pr" ,
AlieneeTli 0' GtIARDIAN'P IL EItrta ;nvol-4 In this suit, dt .rlhd f
fit*. AIM .. --. --..2.8 as Northwest auartef of Section Two, Townrthlt .
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AH of section Ml. northeast of
One of tend bowled! on : quarter ,
the tenth Hangs Twenty "
tip of Bob' cigarette piercedth. aft.rdate on tt: Pt'p-- Seven. "nt
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.. northeast and half of northeast
Thirty west
.. d.y I hlk town, E q'ar. ing In all acres more or 1 less, I *
till 8 or. .. ... .*M) east half of northwest 18 ,
summer's gloom. Ry b Tbompeon lt ..._ I If BpiftaM -- .- and being Bradford County Florida.

(To be Continued) To Curt a Cold In One Day I Ll 1.1.1-1 la B o< BEM ft. I' quarter quarter and and northwest southeast quarter quarter of of northwest o.thw.t This th. IM day of i. 1.1 T MATU,

rk LAXATIVE EROMO OW-I'P' (Tablets> of 8K lee "S ... 5 II C Sw.. ___._........_ .I 'u- northwest quarter of o.t.. GuardIan for .ORI. Lunatl.
Curd equipment makes a gooduim ope the Cough sod Hl ch* sod -wessffthc L.. I 'blk ,11 I. n .1 G q 0 section' two ()> : ., f..Wil..

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ffi.1 j ( PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELB CRAP!!. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 21, 1923.

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and the case becomes less important j ago that rural teachers began to receive one or more of the following causes other school year.
Bradford Counly Telegraph in the public mind.Higghlhutham supervisory help in their daily which the parents can help to correct: To many trustees the school plantis

==-=- .... -" -- :.:= is free-but there work; and that even, at the present I Physical defects or ill health, poor In readiness when the grass and Spend adcllqhtfill"JheTnotheeCilyofCmerica
are to be no more Higginbothams in time only a limited number of them I home->tudy conditions, or Irregular I weed are cut and the floors are '/
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Published weekly and entered a* Klonda'n prison administration. The are receiving such help attendance. Parents should plan to scrubbed In many instances, not even ieeak.i4ln J.Si :
second class: matter, at the post case taught Florida a lesson it will This may Deem hard to believe an here the physical. defects remedied I this much is done and teachers .ind1' xi
office at Starke, Florida. never fowl.-Tampa Tribune. county superintendents have been at before school and then cooperate pupils have to use the first few days i { 1
------'- -- -..-..-- -0-- work for several decades. However, throughout the year that these preventable of the term to clean up the premises. ;;, Au i undue

e. B. MATTHEWS.___-____--____--_.Owner. NEW RIVER their short annual or semi-annual barriers may n9t be stumbling When cool weather comes it is not
J. C. ROBINSON______.BUimtlng Editor.i visits to rural schools are generally blocks another year. unusual to find the fuel bins empty or
t New River, July 24.-Grafton merely inspectorial owing to lack of Every patron of the public school !grates broken or the stove pipes clogged -
: kins motored to Lake Duller time and other limitations. The teach. system owes an obligation to that with soot, and then again the
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i 1'UnLISIlED EVERY FRIDAY John Shnw and Casey Atkinson er does not know how to teach first sy& tm. If improvement in the schoolsis school routine is interrupted. Rural fi/fifftlS'

, .. --- Brooker, attended the Atkinson grade reading any better because not keeping pace with progress in school teachers often wait a month or
sun-scuipnoN RATE Ilnges wedding Sunday afternoon. I the superintendent has spent an hour industry, in farm machinery; in gen six weeks for books, chalk, lead pen-

Per Year _____. ________.--. $l-r'>> Miss Ruby Llndsey and brother, of in her school. She h&s'rec.lvcd! no eral transportation including roads, cils, paper and other supplios that J5Wjmj0 lr
L I Luke City, motored here Sunday. hulp with the difficulty she i is havingin type of vehicles, and the like, thereis are necessary for effective teaching. .
Six Months __ .____-_ _________ 75c :Mrs. L. Conner and daughter, Lula, teaching long division to her fourth something wanting in the school Preparing the school plant adequately -
-- ------ -- of Hastings are visiting friends here grade. system we may be sure. Even though for the school) year should include .
this week. The term rural supervision a.. used it may not be possible to set forth on besides cleaning it, repairing Come to this famous resorton
r (nrol Atkinson, of Waldo motored in the Bureaeu bulletin refers to the paper measurable and tangible pro- unsound foundations, leaky roofs and Matanzas Day and the At-
here Saturday. work of supervisors who give their gress year .by year, improvementmust broken windows; renovating toilets lantic Ocean. Enjoy the
l 1f' I Joe Moody left Tuesday for Jack- whole time to improving the classroom proceed continuously and school I overhauling heating plants, filling cooling breezes bracing salt
.onvillcvhcrc he has employment. instruction. They make frequent officials and patrons will be wise to coal bins and doing other similar air refreshing and Invigorating
Summer
I Allen. Thomas and sister, of Brook visits of some duration to each form the habit of looking backwardover jobs. It should mean u conference of sports.surf-bathing.And "Old World"
i r, ,-II', friends. hero Friday after teacher following their observation a period of live or ten years to trustees with the teacher so that nec- obarm besides!
noon. by giving helpful suggestions and aaaure themselves that improvementin essary books and supplies may be ordered -
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I Ir I .\h..s(>M Iva, Minnie and Rosa answering questions which teachersare school administration and practice in time to be on hand the first Beaches.
e H, clK<.-< attended the party at Brooker I encouraged to ask. This kind of j, parallels that In other fields. A bulle- day of school. Magnificent
Saturday night rural supervision includes also the tin issued by the County Board of School officials in cities and towns Wonderful Surf-Bathing
No. 4954; I holding of many small group meet I. Education of Wilson County, North ; have been making preparations all Historic Scenery
(Membership, inN.n,;, snot highway Atkinson-Hodges ings 01 teachers. At these meetings Carolina recently received in the Bu- during the summer for the opening of
Aisot lati'jn' ) A pretty home wedding took place beginning teachers observe superior real of Education, Department of the I the full term. They do not consider it Summer Golf
Sunday afternoon at 6:30: when Miss I j I experienced teachers teaech one or Interior, represents a tine piece of good business to open schools until St. Auirustlno'n hospitality -
From the haste with which road Minnie Iodg| became the bride of more classes followed by a discussion educational publicity. It is an accountof the machinery for operating them is''I|' I !. one. of Its its hotels runsttierltaves |
thirteen N being connected at II 1ch.I Mr. Carol Leon Atkinson, the marriage in which the supervisor leads and the progress from the school officials in order. School officials in rural communities I and other occomodatlonanre ;
; land, we're likely to hear II Hood deal taking place at the home of the I teacher-observers take part. This is to the school patrons. It shows in pictures may well follow their ex Chamber of the of bent.Com-Thu
I from tourists about another "dark bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.\ the kind of supervision which all and In other ways the changes ample.To merce will gladly ,
stretch" thin winter. Hodges, Rev. K. A. Sapp officiating. rural teachers should have. I that have taken place in the schools break up several weeks of the any otherrIntermut
-o-- The bride never looked more charm- A few more days of vacation and of the county during the ten-year I school term in getting things ready I lion ;you de lru.
That California rancher who had ing than in her wedding suit of white then thousands of young Americans period. Among other accomplishmunts amounts to depriving the pupils of Write todny.Addrcaa I
his coffin equipped with a radio receiving satin charmeuxe with accessories to from rural sections will troop over the number of schools has been reduced their right to a full school course. It I :
:; set had best experiment with match. Mr. Atkinson is employedwith tho plains and hills to school. Mostof from 57>> to 17; school atten- means also waste of the people's CIlAMIIF.il
brimstone and sulphur for recharging the S. A. L. Railroad and at these pupils were promoted last dance has increased U4 per cent; while money. OKCOMMEftt ,
I his battrlen. term and will enter advanced grades the investment 1n school is 'KV.
f.resent is located at Waldo but his property The following paragraph shows com1parison I
-0- home Is Donsville, Ga. with new fields of study to explore.An nearly twenty times as great in 1021 between salaries received by .O. Box 623I : .n.
,- In Paris they arrested a man for Immediately after the ceremonyMr. amazingly large per cent of these 'I'as in 1014. One-fifth of the children I elementary teachers in live classes)I|
Baying him ancestors were monkeys. and Mrs. Atkinson left for Wal 12,000,000 young citizens, however, are transported to school in auto of cities .(classes based on population) I I
J We were under the Impression that do where they will make their future were not promoted last term and so i trucks and seventeen handsome build- with those received by teachers in the''' A SEA-SIDE CAMP
the United States was the only "free" ionic. must enter the same grade again ings replace the "shacks" of former five classes of rural schools indicated.I I 1
t this fall. With the of failure days. FOR BOYSLET
country on the ICl0be. I stigma/ I The average salaries of teachers in
-- IlllAUrORD! over them will they glory in the It is apparent that progress of this the rural schools given are reproduced -! THEM ENJOY THE OCEAN
"If you wont to get It told," says opening of school once more? kind representing improvement in from tables prepared from reports ,
the old adage "Telephone, telegraphand Bradford, July 21.& -N. G. HayeH, a grade. Parents may do much to II roads, in school l organization, in appearance -I[lof county superintendents for 1021:I I Boys Work. Inc. St 'Auiciutlno Florida
tell-a-femalv." The lust named Jr., of Gainesville, was a visitor here I help lower these per cents. Why so and adaptability of school ,, sent upon request to the Bureau of'I maintains a o.o"o, camp on Anastasia, h.
of words is distressingly Sunday. failures? Common teaches buildings, can not lie land eompUtely equipped with p. lion hitch-
mode transporting many sense ;j'I effectively exhibited Education, U. S. Department of the bath huuim, (lectrlalinhte.
i true.-Gainesville Sun. O.V.. Kerry and son, Lloyd, were that children, as well as adults develop I I in an annual report. If, how- Interior. en limping. water quarter end comH'tcnt caretaker.
ti And what makes the latter BO distressing visitors Worthington Springs, Sun best through succeeding not ever, a five or ten-year period passes Salaries of Teachers In Ocean beach pure and river. Hnthlng. Hahmn., canoelnic .
' Is their penchant for repeating day afternoon. I failing./ Modern child psychology supports and no progress is noticeable inter Elementary All boys omnizatloiu. dully accredited
i II Cities. and properly ooonoor"I are Invited to
v conversations not Intended for Mr. and Mrs W II. Harrel and ) this view. I ested citizens have reason to think cities make ..ppl'.llon for use of this properly.Addr .
$1,1108 in of 100,000 and
.general distribution. (daughter! Lucllv, were visitors to The teacher needs : that there is something wrong with over ">t Boy'e Work. Inc.. or Chamber e(
may say nervy 1,528 in cities of 30,000 to 911,99! fommero, St. Auiiutlne. Florid
-- Waldo Friday ufturnoon. their school system. Lack of .
development
to repeat the grade because he Is dull 1,351 in cities of 10,000 to 2"-,909!
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., Federal agents, disguised as realtors Mr. and Mrs. Rand Crown were visi. or slow. His mother he had inertia, is as serious in school
may say : 1.2.U: in cities of 5,000 to 9.999
The Quinine Thai Does Nst Allect The Head!
; arrested 49 men in Kisslmmee tors to Starke Saturday a poor teacher. The superintendentmay i systems as in business or industry. ,
1,129 in cities of 2,500 to 4.JJI! ,
Because r>f Its tonic and laxative effect LAXATIVE
law. Kis-I Mrs. Benton and of : School officials and
the Conerley should
a i for violation of liquor son, say he was lazy, uninterested, patrons < Salaries of Teachers in the Rural BROMO QUININE! I: (Tablets) can be token
slmmee'n real realtors had better Gainesville, are spelling a few days did not apply himself, and 11 hold by anyone without causing o'rvocan.a.orrloAloll
+ so unprepared -reasonable | Schools. lu the head. 1 E.W.: GHOV I E: S tlDnatuitt on box. Sue.
credential when they here with her Allen Conerley.
look to their son for the next grade. His
I $1,142 in country villages and towns
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j take to the woods attain.Bradford Dave Duke, of Worthington, is I
father may say it is all right since he August This is the month when 1,017 in consolidated schoolsI Cold. Cause drip and Influenza
County Telegraph. In pending these spending a few days here with nil needs the! lesson which failure will rural school trustees are reminded 820 in schools of 3 teachers.
or more
men to Kisslnimoo, the government daughter! Mrs. W. It. Hnrrell.Miiis teach him. His failure, no doubt may that it is time to !get the schoolhouse I 712 in two.teacher schools LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove"
hurt business Virginia Edwards! of Tampa I I I the cauM. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine.
has probably a legitimate be assigned with in
greater certainty to readiness for the
of
opening an. 735 in one-teacher schools.
I E.!: W. GROVE'S ililnMnre on box. 30c
down there. It's alright to send was the guest of Miss Lucile Harrcl

the amenta! but doing it at the expense Sunday afternoon. ------- ---- -- n__ ___ __ .n _
p' of honorable business is a Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and 1
black eye for the prohibition enforcement little son, Ernest, spent the week-end &
1y: and whoever is responsible ut U'nttronk. C
should be severely reprimanded. Joe Hnrrul, of Lacrosse, was a visitor
Gainesville Sun. here Tuesday. IDLEWILPo 0D

-0-- Malcolm Hnrrell and Lucila Har- PARKRight -
A great many of the inland lake rel motored Worthington Spring* LJ
'r beaches of Florida lire UM pretty and Sunday, afternoon
1 attractive as the ocean beaches This Fred Conerley, of LaCrosse was a
state has mnny lakes with wide, sandy visitor here Saturday afternoon.
? beaches that are excellent for bathing -
'I IIILLSlIOKOlXill! :
ROAD {]
From 1'nlatka toward I.oesburar
and from Interlachen to !Melrose 1\ BONDS-( AUTHORIZED In The City Of
of lakes several hundred in
string Tampa, July 18.-The county com-
G number, extends that have bright missionerH yesterday authorized the
sandy bottoms and clear waters affording
the issuance of $040,000 in time war
fine bathing facilities. No rants for road and
repair reconstruction -
state in the Union has more pretty included the widening of the Green Cove I
lakes than Jo'loridll.-Tlmes-Unlon. road from Plant City on the short Springs
No beach can compare with a clear route to Jacksonville. These warrants -
water lake for bathing./ The lake section authorized by the last session
around Starke furnishes the finest of the legislature are the first to be
bathing In the country, with the issued in this county. INVITES I ITS
1 additional advantage of beautiful
shade trees fringing its! borders. RURAL SCHOOL :\EWS D

'S. -0A It is estimated in the Bureau of C D
'EIWICTU A LESSON Education, Department of the Interior Starke
that there are approximately 12- Neighbors
Martin Tabert died in a Dixie county children
000,000 enrolled in the different '
convict camp two years ago. Walter types of rural schools in the r>
tcr Hifrglnbotham, whipping boss was> United States. About nine million of D
found not guilty" by a Dixie county these children D
from homes
come farm
Jury. The others live chiefly in small vil- TO COOPERATE IN THE MONEY MAKING POSSIBILITIES B

Center of the notorious calllathl&t\ lages but are part of the farm popula- "
brought condemnation upon Florida tion. To provide the best modern educational NOW BEING OFFERED D
from the Legislature of North Dakota advantages for these chil- D
':. Tabert's home state and from all dren is a cause worthy of generous C
parts of the country Higginbotham sacrifice if that sacrifice i is necessary. D
j' \" was once tried in Columbia county The money that ue pay in taxes for D
and convicted of a second-degree murder the education of our children is our Big Sure Profits
Quick
I but a new trial was granted by best investment, provided that we are
I the Supreme Court with the result wise enough to insure that it ill well
that the whipping boss goes free, un spent. How can we do this ? Generally -
punished.The so far as the ordinary farm citizen
death of Martin Tnhert was is concerned-the- in the SHOULD RESUL T IN AN INVESTMENT HERE NOW

11. n vain, since It caused the Flor- road!, to paraphrase a popular expression
egislature to abolish the leasing -hy showing an intelligent in.
: ivictH. and the use of the lash. teri-st in the school all tinyear
slut none has been punished for the round. Not spasmodically but con Frederick H. Lewis
death of Martin Tabert in the Putnam iitantly. Is there a board member to
Lumber Company camp and the be selected? Then go to the voting
people' of Florida in general are In place and help select the best person OWNER and DEVELOPER f
sympathy with the statement made for the job. Is a new schoolhouse or
Friday by G. W. Crimson of North are repairs for an old one needed?
Dakota, who was present an a representative Then do jour part to insure that the
of the Tabert family: building is the best the community
"I feel that there has been a miscarriage ran afford. Is a teacher to be employ. Tamiami-Jax Realty Company
of justice in acquitting this ed ? Do all you can to see that the
man. However, we always feared that school board members are encouraged -
a conviction could not be obtained in to get the best teacher available SELLING AGENT JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
DUIe county due to the local influence Raise the salary If necessary but do

of the large lumber concern. 1 I not be satisfied with a cheap teacher 209 Mitchell Bldg., Phone 4543 '
do not blame the good people of FlorIda The board will follow the sentimentof "
for justice was shown the former the community in regard! to the
conviction in Columbia county, and I qualifications and salary of the teach.
believe he would have been convicted
in any other than Dixie." er.Do your part in creating a community Use This Coupon
The result of the second Itiggin sentiment favorable to a
botham trial furnishes another evidence good school The citizens of the com Pease mail me booklet and information regarding Idlewild Park.
of how delays and legal tech munity are responsible for the quality .
nicalities obstruct the true course of of the farmers' school, not just Name
justice. The granting of a new rial [ the members of the school board.A .
and the delay between the first and recent bulletin of the Bureau of I
second trials made possible the preparation I Education, Department of the Inter-: Address
of n defense that appealed to I It<"Some":;. Lessons from a Decade of |
a Dixie munty jury During such long ,.Tliirnl Super i4ion, rails attention, to''
delays important witnesses. disappear tin fact that' it I i- just about ten year"3fu'.A.J c

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